GENEVA (Apr. 22)
Jewish schools operated by Ozar Hatorah in Morocco and Iran were discussed at a meeting here yesterday between officials of the Joint Distribution Committee headed by Louis D. Horowitz and directors of Ozar Hatorah which the JDC has subsidized for the past 20 years. The organization was founded in 1944 to provide religious education for Jewish communities in North Africa and the Middle East. The Ozar Hatorah reported that 4,000 Jewish children and youth attended its 15 schools in Iran and that its 19 schools in Morocco had an enrollment of 3,100.