Junior Federation Lays Future Plans
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Junior Federation Lays Future Plans

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A call upon all committee members of the Junior Federation, Brooklyn Federation ### Jewish Charities, to continue ### activities throughout the summer on behalf of the poor and needy was issued Friday by Milton Paris###, recently-installed president of he Junior group.

Mr. Pariser said he has assurance that the volunteer #rvice division will continue its labors in hospitals, clinics and other institutions during the summer months, and that the Big Brother and Big Sister units will be acti# in seeing that children receive guidance during the vacation per##.

A membership campa# will be launched at once to rai##he Junior enrollment to 2,500 Mr. Pariser announced. The ##p had a membership of app#mately 2,000 during the last year but the enrollment must be re##ed annually. “We expect to ### 1,000 new names on our roll#y September, when the 1934-3###ogram will be formally inaugur##d,” Mr. Pariser continued. “In meantime numerous conference ### will be held in mapping out act#ies for the coming season.”

Junior Federation ##ittees include a large proporti# of the membership and severa####mdred young people are expect# spend most of their time during ### summer months in carrying ### effective work in giving rel#o suffering people in the com#ity.

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