PARIS (Oct. 10)
The first American Jewish school of social work in Europe will open its doors here this week following dedication ceremonies tomorrow evening which will be attended by official representatives of the United States, France and Israel. The institution, which will carry the name of Paul Baerwald, has been established by the Joint Distribution Committee. It will meet the need for trained social welfare personnel in Jewish communities throughout Europe, North Africa and Israel.
Participating in the ceremony tomorrow evening will be U.S. Ambassador David K. Bruce; Chief Rabbi Isaie Sohwartz of France; Baron Guy Rothschild, president of the Jewish Consistoire; Emile Najahr, counsellor to the Israel legation; Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, chairman of the European executive council of the J.D.C. and Moses A. Leavitt, executive vice-chairman of the J.D.C. Some 32 men and women from nearly a dozen countries make up the first class of the Baerwald School.