New York (Apr. 1)
An analysis of the underlying factors and the problems of inter-group tensions, especially anti-Semitism, which may arise in post- war adjustments will be given at the Up-State New York Executive Conference of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds which opens in Syracuse on April 7, it was announced here today.
The conference will last two days. It will study national and local community planning needed to prevent problems of inter-group tensions, and to meet effectively any such problems when they arise. The conference will also discuss the objectives and accomplishments of the National Community Relations Advisory Council.
An analysis of the basic problems and needs of returning veterans and civilian war workers which local Jewish community organizations must consider will also be presented at the conference. The session will also discuss overseas needs and the requirements of the major Jewish overseas agencies, as well as the fund-raising prospects for 1945.