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whereon, methinks there need be an
introduction . . . belated apologia for
columnic license (should it be colyu-
mic)? . . . originally entitled “inno
cence abroad” . . . discarded for ob
vious reasons for “in a sense abroad”
. . in turn harrassed and embarrassed
by snickers and low inventive minds
. . . “southern exposure” it is . . . in
the pedulum swings . . . one is per
mitted remembrance of “furrin” or
igin every now and then . . . southern
food (as a treat) . . . southern men . .
or just as nice . . . one has elevator
hoys from Camden and Charleston . . .
not forgetting the seasonal yankees
who affect pridefully an accent like
nothing any of us ever heard before
. . . wonder that traffic has ceased to
jam at the sight of us?
and the other day a colored janitor
came into my office and after “asking
whar i’m fum . . " told me not to
mind . . . he’d get along with me just
the same cause his folks done told him
not to hold prejudice against nobody?
ramblin' around seeing folks ’n
things . . . Mr. Joselove visiting the
city and Belle and Florence . . . meet
ing Dorothy Frank—former Atlan
tan . . . and Dorothy Coleman whom
i’ve known by hearsay all these years
. . . and us talking “mutuals” til we
were thrown out of the party . . .
Dotty is a statistician . . . do you fig
ure that out ?
and hearing that Robert Marks
plans a merrie Christmas at home . . .
and Tommy Tobias, the ex-rummate
has taken a room over the Greenwich
Village Inn. . . now, now, Thomas!
picked up the info that all Cana
dians don't live in igloos . . . nor in
government liquor dispensaries (hon
est) . . . met a few kind of civilized
(Continued from Page 10)
he reproved the children of Israel
(just prior to his death) when he
might he inclined to say that the
last third of his 120 years was the
most arduous and strenuous and
(according to his experience) the
one wherein the reward appeared
least commensurate with the toil,
and yet he would not relax in work
educational and otherwise, for his
people, he would not give up his
faith in God’s promises.
"Thou art a sage, dear Charles,
and we are told, “Sages, be careful
of your words.' Enroll not thyself
with a Korah. a Datham and an
Abiram by speaking of our great
teacher as a wiseacre. Chatty ef-
teet can he achieved without cast
ing slurs or hurling epithets un
ARTHUR A. DEMBITZ."
GEORGES CLEMENCEAU FRIEND
OF THE JEWS
(Continued from Page 3)
pen. “The religion of charity.” he
wrote, "brandishes its iron and cries:
Down with the Jew! The spirit of mili
tary vaste will not admit that force
is subject to reason.”
The whole country was gradually
becoming sick of the agitation. Famil
ies were rent and loyal Republican
most ot the natives up here with <
ing and gestures that vnitiJ *2
they will NOT be me, a, C'"’*
hospitable colonels in big hats '
horses ... a mint julep in each h!y
. . . some of ’em believe firmly that
we still have a few slaves hidden
and around the inevitable plantatw"
with a lookout in case an Abe
come riding by . .
and a Jerseyite told m e, with *,
pectant glee, that bible legend of the
southerner’s breakfast . . . beefsteak
mint julep and a dog . . . the dog".,
eat the steak, of course!! . . th-s*
impression-giving movies . . . one b*.
gins to believe all Chinamen Fu Man-
chus ... all Frenchmen Incorrigible
roues . . . and all Englishmen nice
yesterday i reminisced of collefe
days with a newcomer from Atlanta
. . name withheld by request . . . | B
he afraid of publicity or the police—
i wonder? ? ) but he’s done the impos
sible and taken unto himself a job
brethern, what this city of big
closed spaces and John Anderson's gut
ter and yegg men is gonna do to hi#
is . . . well . . . not our business .
but he has some new belonging—
among which is a shiny address book
with m. and f. sections ... the lat
ter being practically full .... doesn't
take us long to catch on. i’m telling
believe it or not . . . Bluma Kunker-
stein came acalling with her Very
Own . . . seems like we just can’t get
together . . . and A1 Dornblatt teaches
chemistry and “inferior" decorating
(canoes a specialty) at Annapolis.,
and he is permitting one to draw one''
own conclusions . . . with dots
think on these
governments implored Clemenceau t
accept the amnesty and let passion?
die away. But that would he unjust,
he stubbornly retorted.
It was March. 1904. before a tie*
and honest inquiry was ordered. '
was July. 1906, before the military
verdict was finally exposed and era*<<
and Dreyfus vindicated. Clemenceiu
had fought nine years for justice
one man, a Jew.
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