Fight on Anti-semitism Will Be Discussed at Ohio Welfare Parley

How anti-Semitism can best be fought is one of the major questions that will come up for discussion at a regional conference for the East Central States, Columbus, next Saturday and Sunday, under the auspices of the National Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds.

Every important Jewish community in Ohio will be represented at the conference and there will be delegations also from Pittsburgh, Detroit, Indianapolis and Louisville.

The first session will be opened with an address of welcome by Edward J. Schanfarber, president of the Jewish Welfare Federation of Columbus, who will preside. Rabbi Samuel Gup, Columbus, will pronounce the invocation. Edward M. Baker, Cleveland, chairman of the program committee, will speak on the objectives of the Regional Conference.

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