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The Southern Jewish weekly. [volume] (Jacksonville, Fla.) 1939-1992, October 21, 1949, Image 8

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PLAIN TALK
(Continued from page 1)
tile girls who, as the Minnesota
lady says, “have not to be placed
on shelves like Dresden dolls.”
They are girls who are happy to
go fishing with their husbands on
summer vacation, to stay at inex
pensive summer resorts, are not
afraid to get their hands dirty if
the fishing is better, if more mes
sy, there.”
So intermarriage occurs.
“Jewish families have spoiled
their children and particularly
their girls,” the Minnesota lady
says. “Perhaps because they can
afford the luxury of having ladies
in their homes, they have raised
their girls to be ladies and not
companions for their future hus
bands.”
She mentions some cases she
knows of . . . “When I asked a
beautiful young lady what she
was going to do when she was
graduated from college her an
swer was. "Why I don't know.
Do I have to do something?"
Then I asked, "What kind of
course are you taking?" to which
she replied, "I am taking the sub
ject I like best. I just want to be
educated, and, after aIL I don't
have to make my living, you
know." That's her case No. 1.
Case No. 2: She was the young
wife of a certain professional
man. Oh, what troubles she was
having! She couldn’t find a pro
per housekeeper to look after her
household ... “I just have to find
a new housekeeper and I don’t
know what will happen to my
house in the meantime ... I re
fuse to scrub floors.”
Case No. 3: There's that very
nice young man who does all
right but he just can't make
enough money to pay for all the
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for any reason, we try to secure more skilled ones. Our Managing Operator Miss Vivien
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dresses his wife buys . . . "Her
parents can afford to buy her the
beet of everything and insist that
she has only the best. So they
pay for her clothes. When the
girls come home with a bargain
and her husband is duly proud
her mother finds fault with the
dress and so the girl doesn't wear
it."
Case No. 4: The girl was a
bride on her honeymoon and her
fond mother had provided her
trousseau with so many under
things that they would last
through the entire honeymoon
trip without a washday. No need
for her to spoil her pretty hands
at a wash-tub or is it an electric
washer they use these days?
(‘Her grandparents on both sides
had been immigrants,” the Min
nesota lady remarked by the
way.)
The young Jewish husbands
are gentlemanly boys generally
end take it all gracefully as part
of the obligation of matrimony,
in accordance with their upbring
ing. But there are the younger,
unmarried ones coming up and
looking around with the discre
tion of boys who know how hard
it is to make ends meet even on
good salaries, nowadays, as every
one knows.
They want companions, not
dolls to dress . . . “Now the Gen
tile girl steps into the picture,”
•.he Minnesota lady says. She is
a girl who has been brought up
in something like economic aus
terity. She may have heard
something of the generosity of
Jewish young men as husbands
and she is not averse to the op
portunity. And, besides all, the
Jewish young man is a very de
cent guy.
"Could any girl in her right
mind turn that down?" the Min-1
THE SOUTHERN JEWISH WEEKLY
Heads Jewish Center
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MRS. WALTER E. HELLER.
Chicago welfare leader, who has
been named chairman of the
Jewish Center Division of the
National Jewish Welfare Board,
succeeding Philip M. Klutznick,
also of Chicago, who had headed
the Division since 1946.
nesota lady inquires. "Don't
blame the Gentile Girl."
No, the lady concludes, it’s not
the Jewish boys who need to be
changed . . . “Let’s ask our Jew
ish girls to realize that they have
competition and unless they learn
to meet that competition our
Jewish lads will find the answer
to this longing for companionship
among the Gentiles.”
Is there any one else who would
like to come into the living room
to continue this discussion. May
be some of the girls will drop in
to answer the Minnesota lady.
JACKSOHVILLE'S BEACHES
"THE WORLD'S FINEST"
Beach firms advertising here invite and appreciate
your patronage.
British Church Official
Confers With Israel
Commissioner
JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Rt.
Rev. Weston H. Stewart, Anglican
Bishop in Jerusalem, this week
conferred with Dr. M. Biran, Dis
trict Commissioner, over Angli
can Church property in the new
city.
U. S. Ambassador To Israel
Confers Privately With
Pope in Italy
WASHINGTON (JTA)—James
G. McDonald, U. S. Ambassador
to Israel, conferred privately
with Pope Pius XII at Castel
Gondolfo, Italy, this week, it was
learned here. Mr. McDonald left
Italy shortly after, for Tel Aviv.
Joe's Anchor Inn
AND
Joe's
Shooting Gallery
ROLLER COASTER BLOCK
(on the Boardwalk)
Package Goods - Beer - Wine
STEWART'S BAR
HOTEL and RESTAURANT
171 Atlantic Boulevard
ATLANTIC BEACH
PHONE 9-135
Cocktail Lounge and Dancing
Beach Property Sales
and Rentals
ANNE PLATT
REGISTERED BROKER
224 S. Third Phone 3331
Opposite Park Jax Beach
GREIG'S CORNER
HOUSE
Andrew Greig, Mgr.
Atlantic Bid. and Mayport Road
Phone 9238
ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA
Horton Electrical
Construction Co.
HOT POINT DEALER
POLE LINE CONSTRUCTION
212 South Third Street
PHONE 2306
ART’S FURNITURE
HOSPITAL
SLIP COVERS
UPHOLSTERY
24 Ocean Blvd.
Phone 23~M
Atlantic Beach, Fla.
"ONE OF FLORIDA’S FINEST RESTAURANTS”
DAVIS’ SEA SHELL DIN
ON THE OCEANFRONT
OPERATED BY P. T. MASHBURN
JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FLORIDA -
Phillips Paint
Glass Store %mS§
121 FIRST AVE., N. N&VDEDjiX'
PHONE 937
Friday, October 21,
Complete Camera Supplies’
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A Full Line of
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From Infants Thru Teen Aee
G E R A L D I N E'S
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222 N. 3rd St. PhonT^si
Jacksonville Beach, Florida
SNACK BAR AND PATIO
“COFFEE ON THE HOUSE”
Sun Bathe While Hair Dries
Geraldine D. Rehberg, Owner
Shalom Welcome Always
OCEAN BEACH
HOTEL
ROOMS APARTMENTS
Private Baths
117 N. 2nd ATE.
Jax Beach, Fla.
Headquarters For Gifts
NEWBERRY
JEWELERS
124 North First Street
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227 Pablo Ave. Tel. 3983 - 454®
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BICYCLES MOTORS
Keys and Locks Welding
Lawn Mowers Sharpened
Repairs - Parts - Service
EAT AT THE
SEA GULL
Fish. Chicken and Steak
Dinners
1412 N. Ist Street —Phone 912 Z
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Sandpiper Hotel,
Bath House and
Swimming Pool
Now Under New Management
Open 8 A. M. to 11 P- **.
Daily
Pool Operated Under Permit from
State Board or Health
sth Ave. North & Oceanfront
JAX BEACH

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