Riga (Nov. 18)
(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
The conference of Jewish religious congregations in Soviet Russia, which was scheduled to take place in Leningrad this month, has again been postponed, it was learned here today.
The holding of the conference has been postponed several times before. The date now mentioned for the conference is next year. It is understood, however, that the conference will not be held at all because of the opposition to the project voiced in certain Jewish circles and because of the dissention which has arisen among the initiators regarding its advisability.