¶ To the Metropolitan Opera Company . . . . . . $25,000
¶ To New York City's jobless 250,000
¶ To community chests . . . . . . 20,000
Such were some of the $992,750 emergency grants cited last week in the annual report of Dr. Frederick Paul Keppel, president of Carnegie Corp., to show how Depression has forced Andrew Carnegie's $135,000,000 philanthropy out of its true channel of education. Hard times have not only cut the corporation's funds but have also materially reduced the inflow of new ideas on how and...