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34 Friday, July 21, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ENTERTAINMENT?
Seymour Schwartz

Wider Support Is Suggested to Lower Day School Tuition

For

have to justify the existence
of Detroit's three such in-
stitutions of Jewish learn-
ing, combined with a fine
program of secular studies.
I can disagree with Mr.
Feinberg only when he
limits the funding of these
schools "to the entire
Jewish community,
through the Jewish Federa-
tion."
The parents who are will-
ing to send their children to
such schools of intensive
education must assume the
initiative in bringing before
the Jewish community the
fact that they resent being
burdened by high tuition
costs for this commitment to
Jewish survival which they
have made on behalf of their
children.
The Jewish News of
Dec. 1, 1978, carried an
article in which Rabbi
Arthur-Hertzberg called
for free day school edu-
cation as a means for
Jewish survival. While I
agree with his sugges-
tion, I am prepared at this
time to request of day
school parents that they
agree that tuition per
child be kept at a reduced
rate.
Obviously, the cost of
education is much higher
than any reduced rate. But
intensive Jewish education
must become a priority item
for all Jewish organizations

Editor, The Jewish News:
The letter from Mr.
Charles E. Feinberg in your
issue of July 6, addressed it
self quite properly to the
concerns for Hebrew day
school tuition. As the writer
noted, there is no need to

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