Education: Food School

In the U. S. are free public trade schools to teach youngsters to fly an airplane, repair an automobile, refurbish a woman's face. But until last week there was no free public school for training workers to serve the nation with its prime necessity—food. Last week New York City's Board of Education announced that a week hence it would open the first Food Trades Vocational High School.

The school will take elementary school graduates, in four years turn them into butchers, bakers, grocers, waiters. The food industry has contributed $30,000 worth of equipment: a...

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