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February 16, 1962 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-02-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, Fe bruary 16, 1962 — 1 2

Majority of Jewish
Montreal Children Go
to Protestant Schools

Jewish Homes Attacked by
Constantine Moslem Mobs

MONTREAL (JTA) — The
majority of Jewish children in
Montreal and its suburbs, on both
the elementary and high school
levels, attend Protestant schools,
as compared with the number of
pupils attending Jewish day
schools, a survey conducted by
the Canadian Jewish Congress

revealed.
The Congress compiled the fig-
ty's
ures for Montreal a
ion o
suburbs in pr
. the scho
official pos
en be Ue a Roy
issue to
Corn sion on Education in tlii
Pr nce of Quebec. The Cm
a
position, when it is su
tted to the Ro al
d
1 indic
nt
wry h
ial
?port r
in
sch
Protesta

PARIS, (JTA) — Quiet pre-
vailed in Constantine, Algeria,
Monday after attacks on Jewish
homes and stores Sunday by
Moslems charging the Jewish
Consistory of that city with re-
sponsibility for throwing a gre-
nade into a Moslem cafe, killing
one Moslem girl and wounding
17 other Moslems.
Strong army and police patrols
guarded the Jewish quarter of
Constantine to prevent any pos-
sible resumption of anti-Jewish
attacks. The Jewish Consistory
issued a statement denying' the
accusations against the Jewish
community. "The Jewish Consis-
tory has always preached peace
and understanding between Mos-

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said. "It now raises a strong and
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Police investigating the bomb-
ing of the Moslem cafe so far
have not found any clue to the
perpetrators of the crime. Square
Negrier from where the grenade
was thrown is situated in the
heart of the Jewish quarter.
However, since the departure of
a large number of Jews from
the city, the majority of the pop-
ulation in that area has become
Moslems. There were 14,000
Jews in Constantine two years
ago. Today less than half have
remained in the city.

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which is expected to find a
haven in the United States.
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"The storm warnings and dis-
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