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Spanish and English Taught to Polish Jewish Emigrants

October 7, 1926
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

Courses in English and Spanish for prospective Jewish emigrants were opened by the Jewish Emigration Society here.

Clinics for the treatment of eye trouble among the Jewish emigrants were also opened by the society.

The garment strike was extended on Tuesday to Fifth Avenue when the fashion tailors of twenty large establishments and 150 smaller gown shops answered the call for a walkout made last week.

The walkout concerns all the shops patronized by persons prominent in society and in the theatre and comes at a time when fall orders are at the peak.

The sum of $20,000 presented to Professor Julius and Rosa Sachs on the occasion of their golden wedding has been established by them as an endowment fund at Teachers College. Columbia University. The fund is to be used to promote by a series of prizes the progress of secondary education in the United States.

Among the twenty-three students at Yale who have received John W. Sterling memorial Connecticut high school scholarships, providing free tuition for the Freshman year, and Sterling memorial New Haven and New Haven high school scholarships, providing free tuition for four years are Benjamin Kaufman of Rockville, Conn, and Simon Koletsky.

Sir Alfred and Lady Mond sailed yesterday on the Aquitania following a visit in the United States and Canada.

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