A program to deal with the situation of the Jews in Germany will be submitted for adoption Sunday to delegates to the emergency session of the executive committee of the American Jewish Congress, it was announced yesterday by Dr. Joseph Tenenbaum, chairman of the committee.
Among the questions to be discussed will be that of endorsement of an anti-Nazi boycott. A questionnaire inviting the opinion of constituent organizations on the subject of a boycott has been sent out by the committee. Jewish leaders throughout the country have also been solicited for their views.
A report from Dr. Stephen S. Wise, honorary president of the organization, who is now abroad, will be read to the session, which will be held at the Hotel New Yorker.