THURSDAY, OCT. t, 19St OneofJewrY's Oldest 'Helping Hands'at Work 200,000 Migrants Trained to Support Selves Since WW II By ADELAIDE KERU NEW YORK Wi-One of Jewry's oldest helping-hand oreaniz.itions. ORT hit a new higli on the Jewish New Year in mid-September with 200,000 migrants trained for self- support since the close of World War II. ORT Is the Organization for Reha bmtatfon Through Training, founded in 18B2 in Czarist Russia, to give Jews free industrial training which would enable them to earn their livings in the wide-spreading Industrial movement. Since then it has extended its activities until it girdles Ihe globe. In World War II, when homcluss, Jobless DPs began to filter out of European concentration, camps, OUT started two schools in New York to give them mechanical training for self support. It established similar schools in every DP camp in Germany and Austria. When Israel's rapid growth brought In a great shortage of skilled workers, ORT established ftchools to train workers for factory Jobs and the repair and maintenance of agricultural machinery. To meet the needs of Jewish refugees from the Palestine war, ORT set up more schools in North Africa »nd the Middle East. Today ORT—now a world organization—operates in 10 countries. It Is supported by private contributions. Training given tn the ORT schools is free. Ninety-five per cent of the students are jews, but reg '"'ration is not limited by aye cramidi oode .,~ rs weh Eisenhower rood for her husband a quick once-over In the ealler of thp publican candidate's dining car. Conferring with he? about l menu is Chel William Maze of New York City. color or religion. The New Vork schools—two of the most nourishing in OHT's world network—have trained 10,000 DPs for self-support since they were founded in World War II. ( One is the ORT Trade School, teaching .radio and TV repair, mechanical and architectural drawing nml jewelry making. The other is the Bramson ORT Trade School, specializing in needlework trades. Botli operate in the late afternoon and early evening four days a week, as most of tlie students hold day Jobs. Walk into them any school evening and you will finr! men who were formerly rabbis, lawyers and businessmen and women who were once professors and nurses bending over the machines. Many of those trained in the schools are now working in American industry. One operates a corset factory employing 20 operators, another owns a lingerie factory, a third runs a factory producing plastic articles. 'Doctor' Proves Dentist, Watches Birth of Child SAN FRANCISCO OPl — Wiiiiam B, Elliott, was taking his wife to a hospital for the birth of tlwlr child when the family car broke down. Elliott sighed with relief when a motorist who stopped identified himself as Dr. K. R. Johnson. Mrs. Elliott had the baby in the car all right-but Dr. Johnson simply looked on helplessly. He's a 1 dentist. Marines Solve Mystery of Rock Tossers WITH U. S. MARINES, Korea Vf, —Leathereeks captured a Communist scout a few days ago and got the lowdown on tho recent flurry of rock-throwing. Marines bumpcrl Into a four-man Red patrol, said Capl, Ramon J. A. Gibson, Jacksonville, F)a. "The Commies tried to get away but we captured one of them He told us that three members of the rock patrol carried only slows The fourth man was armed with rule." The Reds would sneak up on Allied positions and throw their locks hoping to draiv fire. Then Communist mortars would open up ••The first couple of times rocks started boimclnj? off our bunkers we figured it was some wise em-" Gibson said. "Now wc wrmr j cl . n-hether the Commie with the rifle was alone to protocl the three roe}throwers or to keep them i,! there pitching" Princeton Paper Gets a Bit 'Folksy' With Alumni Adlai PRINCETON, N. J. 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