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An organization council to ra### $250,000 for an expanded progr### of the Jewish Teachers’ Semin### was appointed at a conference the Hotel Pennsylvania yesterday called to take public cognizance the recent granting to the Se#nary of a New York State char### making it the only officially rec#nized Jewish secular institution higher learning in the country.

Addressing 300 delegates to conference, Dr. Hayim Fi#em professor of literature at Tem### University, Philadelphia, urged ### phasis on constructive higher lea#ing, rather than concentration defense against anti-Semitism. expressed gratitude to Gover# Lehman and the State Legislat# for recognizing the Seminary.

David Pinski, who presided, ### lined a plan for financing a br## program of education by gain# 5,000 charter members for ### seminary-university.

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Philip Gingold, executive {SPAN}se##tary,{/SPAN} explained that the {SPAN}curricul###{/SPAN} will include four divisions: teachers’ training department, arts course for Jewish students labor college and an adult education department.

He said that a number of e## German-Jewish professors will invited to join the faculty.

Dr. A. Coralnick, associate ###tor of the Jewish Day, urged t## the seminary be considered ab## all parties and groups in Amer## Jewry.

A message from Prof. Alb### Einstein expressing regret at ### inability to be present was re## Others who greeted the semin### at morning and afternoon sessi### were: B. C. Vladeck, general m###f the Jewish Forward; ### Samuel Margoshes, editor of T### Day; Zalman Rubashow of the P##estine Jewish Labor Federati### Dr. Chaim Zhitlovsky, Yiddish ###thor

It was announced that sim### conferences will be held throu### out the country during the Sum#### and a national convention early the Fall.

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