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National Council of Jewish Juniors Opens Convention in Baltimore

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Problems of social legislation, international relations and peace, social welfare, service to the foreign-born and religious and Jewish affairs will be discussed at the four-day Convention of the National Council of Jewish Juniors which opens here Sunday.

More than 350 delegates representing 110 chapters of the organization will attend the convention. Speakers will include Dr. Abraham L. Sachar, national director of the Hillel Foundation, Mrs. Maurice L. Goldman, president of the National Council of Jewish Women and Mark McCloskey, recreational director of the Federal Security Board.

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