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AUTOS FOR SALVATION ARMY.

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AUTOS FOR SALVATION ARMY.

The New York Times
December 17, 1922


Three Hundred Needed to Deliver Christmas Baskets to Poor.

The Salvation Army is making arrangements to borrow 300 automobiles to deliver 5,000 Christmas baskets to the homes of the poor people next Saturday. Several responses to letters asking for cars have been received at the Salvation Army Headquarters, 122 West Fourteenth Street. Among the first to come in were from: M. C. Collins, 347 Madison Avenue; H. M. Baldwin, 111 Broadway, and Mrs. James Cochran, 6 Tennis Court, Brooklyn.

Commissioner Thomas Estill, head of the Salvation Army activities in the eastern territory, pointed out yesterday that this plan of distribution would give the public an opportunity to do more than contribute money to the Salvation Army Christmas activities.



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