Atlantic City (May. 26)
The effects of war and reconversion problems upon the work of Jewish social and welfare agencies will be discussed at a three-day meeting of the National Conference of Jewish Social Welfare which opens here Sunday, it was announced by Harry L. Lurie, president of the organization.
More than 500 leaders of Jewish welfare and educational institutions from all parts of the U.S. will participate in the first post-war convention, which has been called in conjunction with the National Association of Jewish Center Workers and the National Council for Jewish Education. The conference will feature a discussion of cost-war trends and will plan the integration and expansion of social service activities.