The Southern Israelite
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( h c doctrine of creative evolution
77- daily unfolding its secrets to
„ s through the minds of the great
And here are we, Jewish
' _ inheritors of that first belief
:i° a Universal power, a first belief,
' if t t0 the civilized world that is
;l j av a fter 2500 years, still our
Privilege to hand on, a legacy that
(institutes an invisible crown for us,
: ha ; s hines through the windows of
?0U ] to furnish our homes, to in
spire and bless our work; this . . . .
-he carrying-on in congenial spiritual
atmosphere, knowing that in every-
! h ing we do, we are passing on our
inheritance of Judaism, not in a stiff-
• tt'ked, proud manner, but in humili-
•v in grace, in modesty, in human un-
ilVrstanding of the peoples of the
• arth. This is the meaning of the
..umil of Jewish Women.
In the prayer-book it is said that
(; 0 d Searches out the heart of man
and 1 believe if He were to open the
compartment of my heart that tells
f the ideals you have builded for me,
f my deep love, so strong, so compre
hending of the benefits you have
.hewn to me, that it finds no bottom
and has become a sanctification for
me; 1 believe were lie to burrow
deep, deep, He would find that you
had created there a Holy of Holies,
eternal—He would find that compart
ment nf my house in order, for you
have swept and garnished it, you have
brought the cleansing purification of
your love and you have swung gar-
amis of precious flowers upon the
walls and, though invisible, I shall
always wear that glory you have
'fought me and it shall lead me into
'he paths of righteousness.
It is hard to break this strong of-
ial tie, but I feel that only the ad
jective is to be discarded, And for
toil, dear, clear friends, my prayer
n every heart-throb, a prayer for
'he blessings of the Almighty upon
our homes, upon your beloved ones,
upon your various pursuits. May God
ring you into the pleasant places of
dis love, unto His meadows and clear-
unning waters, may He give His
■ ’ gels charge over three, to keep thee
a ! Thy ways; they shall bear thee
their hands, that thou hurt not
hy font against a stone.
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YOUNG ISRAEL ARTISTS’ WORK
TO BE SHOWN
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Fountain,” and also the sets and cos
tumes for Boleslacsky’s American pro
duction of Jules Romain’s satire, “Dr.
He was born in New York City and
lived abroad until he was 12. He
does imaginative pictures and still
life, outline drawings, pen and ink.
Former Art Editor
Jo McMahon is former art editor
of World Outlook. After the inter
ruption of the World War, he returned
to his desk and has done a number of
William Gropper is on the staff of
The New Masses and is cartoonist for
a New York daily. He recently pub
lished a book of 56 Russian drawings
done during his year in Paris and
Russia. He contributes to Russian
Ethel Hughes is a portrait painter,
who also does character sketches and
children’s work. She does illustra
tions for Every Girl’s Magazine,
Campfire Girls’ Magazine, Woman’s
View Point, Illustrated Companion
and “Young Israel.” A native of
North Carolina, she studied with Ma
dame la Forge and taught art in the
Girls’ College in Montgomery, Ala.,
and Hollins College in Virginia.
Artist and Teacher
Aaron J. Goodelman is a widely
known sculptor, a member of the
hanging committees for many ex
hibits, and author of works shown at
a number of exhibits in New York
City. He recently did an important
memorial to Jacob Adler, Yiddish
Actor, and a bust of Sholom Asch.
He is literary and art editor of a
children’s Yiddish magazine and he
tea'hes modeling and drawing.
Moses Soyer is one of the most
gifted of the younger New York art
ists. Just back from two years in
Paris, his work was shown in the
Neumann Galleries last winter and
at the Whitney Galleries in April.
His work is distinctly modernistic
with a very attractive and unusual
Subjects in Mills
William Wolfson, formerly of Pitts
burgh and now of New York City, is
an illustrator whose subjects often
have their originals in Pittsburgh
mills. His work has been on exhibit
at Carnegie Institute and in numer
ous New York Galleries.
Penina Kishor has produced por
traits and has illustrated several
books. She is originally a Briton and
now lives in the United States. Her
husband is Philip Reisman, an artist.
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.Elsa Weihl is the editor of Young
Israel, the magazine sponsoring the
exhibit of May 24th. Her short
stories and satires have appeared in
The Nation, McNaught’s Magazine,
The Dial, The Jewish Tribune, The
American Hebrew and The American
Israelite. A native of Cincinnati,
Ohio, she studied at the Cincinnati
Conservatory of Music, Columbia
University and the University of
“Young Israel” is published by the
Union of American Hebrew Congrega
tions, whose offices are in Cincinnati.
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