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fact, that the children received in this school various support: food, clothing, shoes. And, since that year there was the fire that burned all of the Jewish houses, this was significant support. That year, as well as all of the following years, the children got meals in the morning and at noon and twice a year, at the beginning of the winter and the beginning of the summer, a change of clothing, coats, shoes, shirts and hats. The students who completed the course of study in the school, and who could not afford to continue their studies in high school, the administration saw to it to place them with a craftsman to learn a trade so that they would be able to support themselves from the fruits of their own labor, and supported them during their apprenticeship and afterwards gave them a sum of money to purchase the tools of their trade so that they could get settled in and work for themselves.