NEW YORK (Aug. 26)
An ad hoc conference of Jewish organizations was formed here yesterday to deal with and discuss various problems which might arise from the forthcoming visit to this country of Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev.
The conference, held under the chairmanship of Philip Klutznick, was formed after a discussion by members of the Presidents’ Club, consisting of the heads of 17 national Jewish organizations. Representatives of the Synagogue Council of America also attended. The discussions were conducted “in a spirit of general unity and agreement,” it was emphasized.