NEW YORK (Aug. 25)
Consideration of the problems of political anti-Semitism and the dangers inherent to Jews in post-war economic dislocation will high light the discussions of the second plenary session of the National Community Relations Advisory Council to be held Saturday through Monday, September 9-11, at the Hotel Walderf Astoria, it was announced today by David Sher, chairman.
The fifty-six representatives of five national and seventeen local community civic protective agencies will also hear reports of five sub-committees — membership, public relations, interfaith, legislation and policies and objectives of the NCRAC — as a part of the plan of the National Community Relations Advisory Council to implement its program of coordination and clearance in the field of civic protection.
Another feature of the sessions will be a discussion of the trends in anti-Semitism and a report on recant Studies and scientific research in the field.
Attending the sessions will be five representatives from the American Jewish Committee, the American Jewish Congress, the B’nai B’rith, and the Jewish Labor committees and two representatives of the Jewish War Veterans and each of the seventeen member communities, — Baltimore, Boston, Brooklyn, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit. Indianapolis, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Milwaukee, Minnesota, Newark, New Haven, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, St. Louis.