Lietuva -- January 28, 1893Meeting of the Lithuanian Science Society
January 15th at 9 o'clock in the morning a monthly meeting was held by the Lithuanian Science Society.
President Grinius called the meeting to order, the minutes were read and approved.
Then Mr. Grinius spoke about the necessity of schools for Lithuanians in Chicago.
All in the meeting agreed that we must have schools. Mr. Waranka spoke on education and the benefit of it; that a man without education is lost.
Also Mr. Masionis spoke about the poor and downtrodden.
Then all the members of the society decided to establish a Lithuanian school at the hall of Mr. Kowalski, Noble and Milwaukee Avenue, and the other school at 713 Van Horn St. The teachers will be J. Grinius, P. Braczulis, M. Waranka and J. Kriszcziukaitis. The school will be twice a week at Kowalski's on Monday and Friday, at 713 Van Horn St., on Wednesday and Saturday.
Every Lithuanian without any payment can attend these schools to learn how to write,read, arithmetic, English language and other scientific subjects.
II B 2 f, I A 3, II B 1 d
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