Meetings Seek to Raise Funds {span}###or{/span} Striking Yeshiva Teachers

With the strike of twelve He###w teachers of the Yeshiva ###bi Chaim Berlin, 1899 Prospect ###ce, Brooklyn, going into its ###th day two mass meetings ###e held in Brownsville yesterday for the purpose of raising ###ds to keep the doors of the ###itution open and to allow five ###dred students to go back to ###r studies.

The students were turned out of ###r classrooms last Monday ###n the teachers decided that ### could no longer work without ### and went out on strike. According to one of the teachers, the ### has not been paid anything ### the past six weeks. Arrears in ###ries are reported at approximately $1,600 for each of the ###lve teachers.

Many of the former supporters ### the Yeshiva, a spokesman of ### parochial school said yesterday have recently discontinued their support. It was also disclosed that about sixty-five per cent of the students do not pay fees.

Although the teachers are not in their classrooms there is no ill feeling between the administration and the staff. There is no picketing in front of the school.

The teachers are willing to go back to work if assurances of the payment of salaries will be given to them. With this fact in mind a meeting was held at a synagogue on 467 Stone avenue, Brooklyn.

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