Subsidies Allocated to Jewish Institutions by Warsaw City Government
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Subsidies Allocated to Jewish Institutions by Warsaw City Government

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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

The amount of 765,000 zlotys is the sum total of allocations made by the Warsaw city government for the support of Jewish institutions in Poland’s capital.

Forty Jewish institutions will benefit from these allocations provided for in the budget for the year 1928-1929. Of this amount the Jewish artisan schools will receive 135,000 zlotys, the Ort schools 45,000 zlotys, the Judaica institute 10,000, the Yiddish schools 60,000, Kehillah schools 49,770, Central Talmud Torah 25,000, Hebrew Tarbuth 11,155, orphans’ protection 50,000, relief committee 30,000, the Medem Sanatorium 24,000, kindergarten teachers’training school 60,000 zlotys.

The cornerstone of Temple Beth El. Fall River, Mass, in process of construction to replace the house of worship destroyed in the great Fall River fire last February, will be laid today.

The principal speaker will be Lieutenant-Governor Frank G. Allen. Addresses will be made by Mayor W. Harry Monks. Rey, Albert C. Thomas of the First Baptist Church, Rabbi Louis Epstein of Brookline, Nathan Yamins. president of the Congregation, and Rabbi Morton Goldberg, its spiritual head. David R. Radovsky will preside.

The new Temple is being erected in the Highlands residential district. It is to be a three-story structure. The cost is approximately $200,000. It is Moorish and late Byzantine in architecture and is of granite and white brick. Construction is expected to be completed some time in April.

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