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Friday, May 13, 1921.
THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Five 'A Ar k : I B Ik I MR. CIIAS. HEINZ Tulu, Oklahoma by father and mother to their own children. For the children love stor ies. What kind of stories All manner of stories, but particularly those wonderful events told them by their own dear father and mother. There fore, parents, pour out your minds and hearts to your children. Tell them, yourselves, of the hardships and perils of Your Exodus from Eu rope, and your entrance with the help of God into this promised land of liberty and security. Tell them per sonally what it means to be a Jew, how many times it was a joyful task, how sometimes it was a difficult thing to be a Jew. No matter how many compunctions you may have as to your ability, no matter how defective your knowledge, thou shalt tell thy children. What may bo lack ing in historical accuracy will be rrore than compensated by your splendid personal enthusiasm and . joyous pride in Israeli life story. When shall we tell our children? Thou shalt tell thy child! Begin in earliest childhood. "Train up the child in the way he should go, and when he is old, he will not depart from it," is still the best education al advice. Tell the child when he iJ (till a child. Tell him by example as well as by mouth. Train him by Jew irh home ceremonies, by the Seder at Tassover; by the Kiddush each Sab bath eve; by the Habsolnh each Sat urday night; by the Grace at Meals, by family night prayer and morn ing prayers. All of us really learn and assimilate knowledge by doing rather than by listening. Therefore it is foolish and wickej to neglect the ceremonies of the Home. Fathers and mothers have an in escapable obligation. Thou shalt tell thy child. The home was the first school, the parents the natural teach ers. Effective education is and must always remain personal. Therefore, we must feel the story of Israel per sonally and transmit it personally to our children. We must say time and again, "This is because of what God did for ME when I came forth out of Egypt." RABBI CHARLES B. LATZ. must be conducted in a respectable, orderly, decent and dignified manner. J. GOLDSTEIN, J. WOLFFSON, S. SIMON, Trustees. (Editor's Note: The editor of the Monitor is in thorough agreement with the contents of this letter. Had he seen the item before it was pub lished, he would have censored it. It had no place in the columns and it appeared there because in some man ner it escaped the eyes of his assist ant.) Gabriel S. Youngwood, wha used to be stationed at Camp Bowie has sent out the following cards (Continued on Tag 13). eeeeeeeeeeeee - Alps; t Friday and Saturday X J. WARREN KERRIGAN in -LIVE SPARKS 2 Sundav and Monday X "PALACE OF DARKEN I ED WINDOWS." X (All-Star Cast) X Wednesday and Thursday I VIOLA DANA t in 1 -OFF SHORE PIRATES" X Admission 10 and 15 Cents fort worth NEWSl Regular mettlnf of laador iraua l-odge No. tl. I. O. B. B. H. Pint and Third Wed iredaya In each month. 1:00 j'clork. Amembly Boom of IO R TVHebrew Inatllule. Vleltlng ,V.tJtretnr.n cordlay invited. Fraternally, F.U U GI1.HKIIT. President. DR. MAUIUCE COHN, Beo'y. TEMPLE BETH. EL y Corner (lalveaton and Broadway. ' 1. (ieorge Foi, Rabbi. Servlcre Friday evenings at S o'clock. Sat unlay mornings at 11 o'clock. Sabbath Bchool Saturdny at 1:10, Sunday at 10:10. YNAGOOUE AHAVATH tHOLOM Friday evening arrvlcea at S o'clock. Sat urday morning at S o'clock. Sabbath Bchool Saturdny morning, 10:00 o'clock. Pleaee Phone News Items to Lamar MO, RoMdale (Ml, or 4M. Miss Ilylda Baer of Monroe, La. has returned to resume her visit in Dallas, after spending a few days as the guest of Miss Hatel Henin ger. Mrs. Jake Heninger, who suffered a couple of fractured ribs, is now convalescing. Mrs. H. Domnau of Waco spent a few days with her sister, Mrs. S. Bloomberg. Mrs. Mose Blumrosen of Corsicana and Mr. Robert Bloomberg of Desde mona spent a few days with their mother, Mrs. S. Bloomberg. Fort Worth Correspondence. Editor Jewish Monitor, Fort Worth, Texas. Dear Sir: The attention of the trustees of the Hebrew Institute has been called ' to a notice appearing in the last is sue of the Monitor announcing a dance to be given at the Hebrew In. stltute by some club. In his teal to make this notice very "catchy" the writer names dances that are to be indulged in on that occasion, that are objectionable to the ixereme, and an affront to decency. Upon investigation, it was found that this announcement was insert ed by a boy who is not old enough to know that an announcement of this kind would cast a reflection on the Hebrew Institute. Neither did we know that such dances would never be allowed in the auditorium of the Hebrew Institute. We, the undersigned, as trustees of the Hebrew Institute, feel it our duty in order to keep the name of the Hebrew Institute clean and above reproach, to state here that no dan ces of the kind named in that notice will ever take place in the Hebrew Institute, neither will any club by any such name be given entrance to the Hebrew Institute The date of that dance has been cancelled, and in line with our duty as trustees of the Hebrew Institute, we wish to cor rect the erroneous impression that may go forth as result of such an nouncement, and wish to emphatic ally sUte that the Hebrew Institute, being the home of all Jewry of Fort Worth, has been and always shall be maintained as a place where the daughters of any Jew, be he rich or poor, big or littlej in their visiting the Hebrew Institute on social oc casions will never run a risk of having their sense of modesty hurt or compromised, by any act what soever on the part of anyone. 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