Sixteen hundred delegates, representing 500 Jewish organizations in New York, will meet in an allday session today at the Hotel Edison to discuss major problems confronting the Jews of the United States and abroad, and to formulate plans for their solution.
The conference has been convened by the American Jewish Congress. Among the organizations represented are labor, fraternal, beneficial, social, religious, communal and Zionist districts. A series of similar conferences throughout the country is contemplated.
Among the speakers will be Dr. Stephen S. Wise, Aldermanic President Bernard S. Deutsch, Professor Horace M. Kallen, Professor Jerome Michael, Dr. Joseph Tenenbaum, Nathan D. Perlman, Dr. K. Vornberg and Louis Siegel.
Reports will be delivered by Mrs. Stephen S. Wise, Dr. Benjamin Jablons and Emanuel H. Sonnenreich. Abraham Goldberg, Rabbi Wolf Gold and Leo Wolfsohn will also speak.
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