one pertaining to the charges of alleged racial discrimination at Rutgers University. The president is authorized to appoint a committee to ascertain the facts and this committee in turn, is to report back to the executive committee of the Federation, which shall then recommend a course of action, either as an individual entity or together with other groups.
URGE SUPPORT FOR ALLIED DRIVE
In other resolutions adopted the convention urged support for the Allied Jewish Campaign, adequate support for the community centers, Jewish education and the Jewish Welfare Board. Another resolution praised the work of the Board’s field secretary for New Jersey, E. J. Londow, of Newark. The 92nd St., New York, and Baltimore “Ys” were congratulated for dedication of new buildings.
A keynote for economy in community center administration was sounded at a special conference on “The Business Situation and its Relation to Communal Work.” This discussion was led by Benjamin Buttenwieser, of Kuhn, Loeb & Co. and treasurer of the Jewish Welfare Board, who asserted, however, that “too stringent an application of economic curtailment applied to social welfare needs may lead to social unrest and in turn to anti-social behavior”. Harry L. Glucksman, executive director of the Board, was another speaker.