INDUSTRY: Getting Organized

All through the land last week there was bustle among the employed and wealthy, organizing to help the unemployed. The industrial depression lent added seriousness to launching the annual Red Cross $1 membership drive and brought out an unprecedented number of volunteer solicitors. Directors of city Community Chests redoubled their efforts.

Chairman Arthur Woods of the President's Unemployment Committee:

¶ Announced that estimates of the total unemployed in the U. S. were nearing completion. In September 100,000 had been cut from the President's figure of 3,500,000 unemployed.


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