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(Copyright, 1921. By Judith Ish-Kishor.)
A YOUNG FOLKS' PAGE CONDUCTED BY JUDITH ISH-KISHOR.
Taking Care of Yourself.
Dear Boys and Girls:
These changeable spring days,
when you don't know whether to
' put on a crepe-paper dress for a
about the most important thing for
young folks to do."
"Why, that's just what the Jewish
religion teaches them," I said. There
is even a blessing to be recited while
drying the hands. And the children
learn that blessing in Hebrew, and
also its translation in English, and 1
they recite it before every meal."
"No wonder, then," said this lady,
who, by the way, is not a Jewess,
"that the Jews didn't suffer from the
Black Death in the Middle Ages. That
was a disease, you know, which came
from having dirty houses, and from
not being careful about bodily clean-
liness." So here you have the word
of a doctor on the matter.
So remember to wash your hands
each time before a meal, and to say
the blessing. Do you know the Eng-
lish translation of it? Well, in or.
der to help you remember it and to
make it pleasanter for you to learn,
your friend, Miss Jessie Sampter,
made the blessing into a pretty little
poem which almost says itself. Here
It is. Take it, with her love, and
say it often.
party or to huddle over the steam
pipes with a fairy tale book, I often
I wonder whether you are taking
enough care of yourselves. One day
it's so windy and chilly that the
thickest winter coat is none too
warm, and on the next day, an or-
dinary jacket or sweater makes you
perspire. Now that means that you
must be very careful indeed, because
this is just the weather for catching
Showing one of the impressive moments during the laying of the corner. all sorts of things that you don't
stone of the new Chapel •t the Clover Hill Park Cemetery. In this photo . want. Some of them are horrid,
Rabbi Levine is shown reading the invocation. Rabbi A. M. Hershman is at sneezy colds, that make your head
the right of Rabbi Levine.
ache and keep you in bed for two or
three' days. Some of them are bad
influenza, or—and this is no joke,
boys and girls—the dreadful pneu-
monia that kills even the strongest
people if they have been careless
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You know I don't want to frighten
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you. I like you too much for that.
But I do say that you must be spe-
cially careful what you do in weather "Blessed art thou, 0 God our King,
like this. When mother says to you, The Lord of life and everything,
"Johnny, come back and put on your Who made us holy with commands,
sweater!" don't say "Oh, mamma, And charged us that we wash our
what for? It's quite worm," or "I'm
only going across the yard for a min- (Before we eat, before we pray,
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ute!" Just as though it takes an And everywhere and every day,
hour to catch a bad chill! Do as That he who with his Maker stands
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mother tells you, and don't go out Be pure of heart and clean of hands.)
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without a jacket of some sort, even
to play in the sun. Because if you
The hidden places, mentioned in
run around and play hard and get
the Bible, that I gave you to guess
air feels cooler than you do, and then last week were;
New York City
WILLIAM B. ISENBERG
1. I saw the pretty baby long ago,
. if you sit around without a sweater,
and gave her some flowers.
Syracuse, N. Y.
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the trouble is likely to come.
2. I ordered her to go; she never
I don't believe in fussing about
(New York and Michigan)
, one's health, but just in sleeping with did anything right.
3. What, is she bald already, at as
the window open, and drinking milk,
early an age?
" and eating candy only after a meal
4. You asked me what is a dyna-
and not between meals, and taking
baths every day if possible, and wear- mo?—a big machine for generating
ing enough clothing when one goes electricity.
So the names hidden are: Babylon,
out to play in this doubtful sort of
Goshen, Sheba and Boob.
And another thing! Don't forget
to take off your overcoat when you
come into the warm, steam-heated
Let's have a diamond puzzle now!
living room, just because you are too
1. The first letter in the name of
: much interested in that book you a bitter spring.
',have just brought from the library.
2. The nephew of the first pat-
' "Let me see how it begins," says riarch.
3. A great leader in Israel.
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down at the table for a moment.
4. The father of Abner.
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But that moment usually lasts very
6. First letter in the name of the
long. He stays there in his coat for strongest man in the world.
half an hour at a time. Indeed, if
' his mother were not to take the book
away from him, I am afraid he would
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And then what a nice cold he would
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Now that boy is not behaving like
a Jew. For according to the Jewish
Law, one's health is very important.
The rabbis say that any person who
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neglects his health commits a sin. In week.
fact, a scholar, or a student of the
law, was not allowed to live in a city
IN THE JEWISH WORLD.
where there was no doctor, because
in case he were taken suddenly ill,
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the Jewish people might lose him,
' merely for the want of a physician's
You have all heard of "Little Tom-
help and care. You Jewish boys and my Tucker," who was asked to cut
gigs must be especially careful of the "white bread and butter" for his
your health, for you have wonderful supper without any knife. Well, that
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work to do as soon as you are old is the position that the Jewish farm-
enough and strong enough to, under- ers in Palestine find themselves in.
, take it. The whole happiness and They have struggled to reach the
usefulness of the Jewish people in Holy Land and have offered their
America depend on you and on boys lives to the work of making it fruit-
and girls like you. And if you take ful and beautiful again, but they find
care of yourself and follow a few they haven't any farming tools! If
simple health rules, you have a good they want to plough a field or rid it
chance of growing up to be a fine, of stones, the only plough or harrow
healthy Jew or Jewess, of whom we they can find—and they are lucky if
shall all be proud.
they have any at all—is so old and
I'll prove it to you. The other day hard to work with that their efforts
I went to see a friend of mine, a lady are really wasted. So they have sent
who is very fond of children. As a out a message to the Jews in the rest
rule, most ladies know a little about of the world, saying: "We cannot
what is good for the health of boys work without tools!" Now the Jews
and girls, but this one knows a great all over America are trying to collect
deal more than usual, for she is not money for this special purpose, out-
only a lady but a doctor. So I said side of all others. In New York a
large bazaar has been held to raise
"Can you tell the Jewish girls and money for spades and shovels and
boys, Doctor, what they should be ploughs and pickaxes for the Pales-
most careful about for the sake of tine farmers. And in other towns,
also, they are working for this useful
"Well," she said, "I think that cause. See what you can do to help
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President of the World Zionist Delegation Pays Tribute to Detroit Jewish
Artists, Nehemiah Mark and Samuel Cashwan.
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Among the many interesting inci-
dents that accompanied the visit to
Detroit of Dr. Chaim Weizmann,
president of the World Zionist Or-
ganization, the one that pleased the
world Jewish leader most was the
presentation of bread, salt and water
by Jewish artists of Detroit.
The water was contained in a jug
especially modeled by Samuel Cash-
wan, noted young Jewish sculptor,
who carved it from a design made
From the Presidents Desk—Talk No. 54.
In The Future
Mark, the dish being modeled in the
form of the letter "Cheth," which is
the initial of Dr. Weizmann's Hebrew
name. Mr. Mark also baked the bread
in the form of a brick.
Your future is yourself. You are liv-
ing with it every day. What it will be
tomorrow depends on what you do
for it today. When you doubt the
future you doubt yourself.
Commerce, industry and finance are sound—the
world needs our output. This country will be their
chief source of supply.
Your part in the scheme of things is simply to do
your share. That means HARD WORK. Give the
world your best and the world will pay you with
her best. The world-war did not destroy the Law
handedness on the part of the Jew-
ish people to help build the National
homeland for the Jewish people in
At the left of the jug there is an
eastern fan, suggestive of the nobil-
ity and sovereign qualities which the
artists see in the character of Dr.
"The battle an and spade are not
forgotten in the fan, reminding of
Isaiah's prophecy that the sword
shall be beaten into ploughshares."
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NEW YORK. — The Bureau of
Jewish Social Research, 114 Fifth
avenue, announces that the Federa-
tion of Jewish Philanthropies of To-
ronto, Canada, has just completed
successfully a drive for 8100,000 for
the Toronto Jewish Orphans Home.
Mr. Samuel A. Goldsmith, director,
and Mr. Benjamin D. Kaplan, assist-
ant director of the Bureau of Jewish
Social Research, helped the Toronto
community to organize the drive. The
bureau is now making a survey of
the work done by the Toronto Feder-
ation and its constituent societies
with a view toward making construc-
tive suggestions for the development
of a sound community program.
of Egli ls if° Dsign
sigh comes and blows the ram's horn,
or the "Shofar," the dead will arise.
"On the side is an abundance of
olives symbolic of Israel's future
fruitfulness. In the center of the pot
are steps indicative of the gradual
development. At the head of the
stairs stands an altar with a fire up-
Janofsky, declares that the Ica is
ready to support the relief institu-
tions in that city if the local com-
munity co-operates with it.
Janofsky has left for Warsaw,
where he will launch the practical
work of the newly organized Emi-
gration Council for l'oland. The
council was formed at the initiative
of the Ica.
PARIS. — A report from Rome
states that Luigi Luzzati has been ap-
"The open purse at the neck of the pointed a senator by the Crown.
jug, with coins falling towards the There are now 20 Jews in the Italian
by Nehemiah Mark, another artist. altar, hints at the necessity for open- Senate.
The dish containing the salt was also
especially made out of clay by Mr.
What other folks will do in the future
doesn't determine your future.
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Dr. Weizmann declared, at the pre-
sentation, that this was the first time
since his arrival in this country that
he had met a group of artists who
were working on art objects of their
own conceptions. Ile said they were
sorely the only Jewish group of
artists of their kind in the land.
Messrs. Mark and Cashwan, the
artists who made the presentation at
the Michigan Central depot, upon Dr.
Weizmann's arrival, visited the leader
in his hotel room later in the day and
made the following explanation of the
"In this pot, which is given to the
faithful Jewish leader, Dr. Chaim
Weizmann, the artists tried, in a dec-
orative manner, to tell of old legends,
present accomplishments and hopes
"The brick on the base of the jug
indicates construction as the founda-
. tion of society. The tombstone erect-
ed upon the brick contains the name
! of one among the many Chalutzim,
or pioneers, who died toiling to build
up and cultivate the land of Israel.
Over the tomb is the ram's horn, call-
ing out "Geulah"—Redemption. The
proxitnity of the horn to the stone re-
; calls the old legend that when Mes-
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