Rabbi Currick Re-elected President of C.C.A.R. As Annual Meeting Closes
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Rabbi Currick Re-elected President of C.C.A.R. As Annual Meeting Closes

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The Central Conference of American Rabbis today closed its 49th annual meeting, re-electing rabbi Max C. Currick, of Erie, Pa., as president, and all other officers. The conference adopted the recommendations of its Marriage and Family Committee Urging Reform rabbis to require a five-day interval between application for marriage and performance of the ceremony, a general medical examination by both parties and preparation for an understanding of the problems of marriage and family life.

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