Bais Yaakov Journal Issue 145 (1937)

  • Editorial “For a New Era” marks 15 years of the Bais Yaakov Journal’s activities 
  • A report by Rabbi Benjamin Wolf Jakobson on “Bais Yaakov at the Third World Congress” summarizes decisions made at the congress  in Marienbad, that took place on the 18-23.8.1937, including moving the central committee of Bais Yaakov to London, training more teachers, and instituting an inspection system of the schools
  • M.P.’s historical article about Rabbi Yitzhak Nachmanovitz who built a synagogue in 1582, and his son Rabbi Nachman who built a separate section for women in 1595 and in 1605 fought against a group of Jesuits
  • Batshe Weiskal’s “The Last Niggun” reports from the Neshei Agudath Israel women’s conference at the World Congress of Agudath Israel in Marienbad on the 18th of August 1937. 
  • Leah Horowitz’s “From Home to the World” is a part of a graduation speech given at the Teachers Seminary in Krakow, encouraging the recent graduates who, after two years of preparation, would be going out to the world. 
  • Pesa Noshelska’s “We Have to Become What We Must Be!” is a call to action to each member of Bnos to ensure that the Bais Yaakov Journal is in every home, and to work for the cause
  • A poem by David Apteiker “Berl The Water Carrier”, and Alter Schnur’s “From Our Bookcase”, a translation from the book Chovot HaLevavot


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