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February 15, 1963 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-02-15

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Federal Aid to Religious Schools Favored at Parent-Teacher Parley

PITTSBURGH, Pa., (JTA)-
The results of a survey of prin-
cipals and directors of Hebrew-
day schools throughout the
country on the issue of Fed-
eral aid to religion-sponsored
schools were reported here at
the 15th annual convention of
the National Association of He-
brew Day School Parent Teach-
er Associations.
Dr. Joseph Kaminetsky, na-
tional director of Torah Ume-
sorah, the National Society for
Hebrew Day Schools, told the
educators that 86 per cent of
the school heads expressing a
view on the issue said that they
did not feel that such aid might
lead to government interfer-
ence.
Noting that 102 of the schools
in 54 cities responded to the

Israel Was Visited
by 7,000 Germans
COLOGNE, (JTA) — More
than 7,000 Germans visited
Israel last year, a 25 per cent
increase over 1961, it was an-
nounced by the Israel Mission.
Many of the visitors partici-
pated in study tours which
were arranged by German
groups. The groups comprised
mainly university student s,
pupils of other German schools
and members of various youth
organizations.

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questionnaire, Kaminetsky said
that "more than half of those
who felt that Federal aid might
result in interference by the
government, favored such aid
nevertheless." Ninety per cent
of those responding to the gen-
eral question of Federal aid
to day schools, he stressed,
"expressed a preference for
such aid for the secular portion
of the curriculum," and 87 per
cent also favored Federal aid
for the development and expan-

sion needs of the schools.
The purpose of the survey,
he declared, "was to determine
the views of the leading Jewish
day school educators on issues
vital to their daily tasks and
mounting responsibilities." In
this connection, he noted, near-
ly 90 per cent of those who re-
sponded expressed the view that
Federal aid would make an in-
tensive Jewish education avail-
able to many more than the
50,000 currently enrolled in the

Labor Minister Tells Parliament
Israel Will Have Full Employment

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM — Labor Minis-
ter Yigal Allon told parliament
Tuesday that Israel could look
forward to full employment dur-
ing the coming year but that
Israel had both short range and
long term problems of effective
manpower utilization.
He said that the prospects of
full employment were contingent
on manufacturers responding to

Organize Moroccan
Jews- in France
PARIS, (JTA)—A provisional
Association of Moroccan Jews
now living in France announced
it planned to call a mass meet-
ing next month of all Moroccan
Jews in France to form a per-
manent association and elect of-
ficials:
The provisional association
was established by a number of
one-time leaderi of 1Vioroccan
Jewry. They said the new asso-
ciation will cooperate closely
with French Jewry in defend-
ing the rights of its members.
The new association will coordi-
nate its efforts with existing
French JevVish organizations, par-
ticularly the' Fcfpntl.s Social
Unifie, the major Jewish social
welfare organization.

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VIENNA — The Jewish State
Museum in Prague has organ-
ized an exhibition of documents
of the Nazi persecution of the
Jews in occupied Czechoslo-
vakia, according to the Folks-
timme, the Warsaw Yiddish
newspaper.-
On display are documents and
pictures of the deportation of
the Czech Jews. Included are
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introduction of more efficient
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out to such competition and cur-
tailing production.
He said another factor in the
projection of full employment
was that Israel would not he
shut out of foreign markets.
He emphasized that Israel was
suffering from a lack of trained
workers and that the number
of young apprentices learning
trades was dangerously low. He
added that the speed of techno-
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tive that a study be undertaken
now on what kind of manpower
would be needed in the next
five to 10 years.

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

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275 Jewish day schools in this
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The 400 delegates attending
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United States and include
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pals, teachers and parents in
the Hebrew day school move-
ment. An affiliate of Torah
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to strengthen parent groups
and to develop closer liaison
between the Hebrew day school
and the homes of its pupils.

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