Bais Yaakov Journal Issue 108 (1933)

  • Two articles, by Yehuda Leib Orlean and Y. Pupkin, dedicated to the “Chafetz Chayim” (Yisrael Meir Kagan, 1938-1933) on his passing 
  • A poem by Eliezer Schindler titled “Exile”, and a short story by Elimelekh Shteyer titled “Beside a Yom-Kippur Candle”, about Sheyndl, a student who returns to her hometown from Prague before the holiday
  • Heshl Klepfish’s call for women to contribute to the Bais Yaakov Journal,  titled “Women, to the Pens!”; since the journal is written for women and families, it needs more women writers to contribute
  • Three essays calling for the building of a Jewish homeland in the Land of Israel, by Shmuel David Laski; by M. W. Niestempower, who focuses on the role of Bnos in immigration; and by P. Z. Gliksman, who focuses on the current political crisis, the threat of Hitler, the solution of Rabbi Jacob Emden, an eighteenth-century German rabbi who called for the return to the Land of Israel
  • Alter Schnur, “Collection of Pearls”, a collection of short Psalms, in Hebrew and in Yiddish, with a focus on women and the High Holidays
  • A section from Dr. Moshe Asher’s book on the body and sexuality, translated into Yiddish by A. A. Lipmann (continued in issues 108-113)
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