BUENOS AIRES (Apr. 24)
The Jewish community of Buenos Aires has dedicated a million dollar, 10-story “Education Palace” which will house all Jewish educational facilities from high school to teachers’ seminaries. Ceremonies were attended by Dr. Tobias Kamenszain, president of the community, Chaim Raichenberg, chairman of the central board of Jewish education, Yosef Govrin, Israeli Charge d’Affaires and other dignitaries. The new center includes a day school offering a full Spanish and Hebrew curriculum, an institute of higher Hebrew studies, a teachers seminary and a school for kindergarten teachers. It also contains a library, a Jewish arts and crafts museum and an auditorium seating 600.