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Title: The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description: 63 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla
Creation Date: October 19, 1928
Publication Date: -1990
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note: Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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days of economic stress
Miami we wonder whether
ent of "LAp We Forget"
not be apprprpriate.
human beingftake all
et for granted; ls coming
; not ours to fight and
efor everything, nor to
ate the virgin soil and wrest
g out of stones and rocks.
days, most of us get things
Lasiy. Our standard of re-
ibility has ben lowered in
tio our standard of desires
one up. We want the earth
,he fullness thereof for our-
, and of course we imagine
we create everything our-
' We have become bloated
our own conceit. And
Ito this is our cynicism, our
disregard of the finer things
e. Modern life being mech-
Shuman beings have be-
cre mechanical in their re-
*4p to the world at large.
'thing is a machine; so are-
Then why declare that they
anything to anybody else?


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iss a s .-a. "A
platut iuiman eings in a
unhappy frame of mind. It
Is the spirit of selfishness. It
s for callousness and' gene-
indifference, thus destroy-
he very sanctity of life.
course, it's not true that hu-
beings do everything them-


and that human beings are
uteyy independent. No hu-
being, be he rich or poor,
or do e go through life with-
aving had rendered' for im
i service by some one elae.


SLoose Leafs From


Without Comment or Conclusi
Of Interest to Je
: By J$COB H. KA
Rabbi, Temp

her. is no anti-semitism in
$ today from an official .
tf view. The government -z
iz i,no one religion or na- i
tys 'above any other. Re- t
in fact, is prohibited by
government. The churches, or
gogues- ad 'Mosquea have t
national~ed, and the treek i
olics, the Jews and bohqe- '
s must rent'their hiiIe of s
ipP from- td~: government.
Sbuilings aiay be usd for b
er purpose W lesee may r

cany sni j ome M are


ro tI& %th.ren ,
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K~t An.
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^ .w,-i T r. w
,d,, tlslr vt ter they a ls
And she nodded her kweet petris- eepr bcana they rI also
sion. k i- kill her husband and herself.
In. one of the synagogues which
So we went-to presf an4, 1 flahr InO one of the synagogueS which
So we weno presan, her we visited, a few old aien attend-
e printd full edton. ed the evening servieese Mincha
"One edition is hqdly eion and M ari. he Rahi lived in
Said she, with a Echarming i.. one rom "i the cellar, in which
So again on the Press the orum his ifn.d three other persons
was placed, were domiciled. Two men lived
we g t in the anteroom tod the cellar.
Q o. With tears in the4l eyes, they'
l ,. begged me to collet something
CR IAL for the rabbis of the town. Atthe
services there was one communist
.. who came to say Kaddish (which
F strictly speaking is against the
Forget"' Iw), and the entire ton of the
conversation I had with Be presi-
Life is a co-partnership to dent and members pf the congre-
which each one of us has to con- nation changed as soon as the
tribute his share. communist joined the party. The
Mr. Miamian, how about you? fear othe.population everywhere
Have you contributed your share? s s atth it is tragic even to
"Lst We Forget," do you know sa t thrg, et
.thai the Jewish Welfare Bureau sp a restaurant, owned prihve-
i in a restaurant, owned priv~tr
is in sore distress and must have ly, to which the government tra l
funds to continue its work to bureau took our party, probe
help your co-partners in life? becas the government-o
"Lest We Forget," how manv of au ere unfit to sit
you have paid your dues to the restaur nts were unfit to s
same Jewish Welfare Bureau and the following conversation t
are going to attend .Meen place. Sitting alone at the tae
are going to attend is. meetings on a Sunday evening, first tin I
for election- of officers this com- n evening, frst tine
ing Mon night at the Els got away from the party, one of
ing Monday night at the Elks the mpn came up tq me and said;
Club? "It does me good to hear yop
"Lest We Foqget," how many laugh."
of you remember how the Bnai "You're allowed to laugh, aren't
Brith came to the rescue of strick- you?"
en Miamian Jewry during the "Why, no; how can we laugh?
1926 hurricane with five thousand Our hearts are full of fear.'
dollars to help you and yours? "You have a beautiful reltau-
"Lest We Forget," how many rant," was my answer.
of you know of the work that the "This was a beautiful restau-
Bnai Brith bah accomplished in ran before the revolution." (In
Mexico and other countries and the place were still visible signs
how many pogroms it has avert. that it might-have been a beauti-
sd? Ard, "Les We F6rget," hq ful restaurant onoe):
many of you know of the An '"There is so much misery in
Defamation League and the Hil. this cou pry that yai ought to be
lel Fouhdation, sponsored and hapgy otirotflhave enough to
supported by the same Bnai. eat.
Brith? And, how many of you "We have enough to eat, but we
will join the forces of the local cannot digest what we 'ave to
Lodge of Bnai Brith and help to swallow."
fan the spark of vitality still ie. "Why not?"
maining, to that of vigorous life? Pointing ,to an old,man sitting
And t, W Frg at a distant.table, he said, "That
And thus, "Lest We Forgeti" is my father over there; (a fine,
earn the right to live, to or and dignified-l king gentleman). He
to enjoy the opportunities af' is blind. They put him into jail
forie us to do our bit to make for sixty-five days because hq and
Mihouian Jewr-that which it his three sons are running a res-
s rightfully be taurant and asked us to pay eleven
thousand rubles. He became blind
fIy Nbte-Book ,in those sixty-five days. Then
they., literally threw him out of
ion from mi Russian Trip. portion and asked us for fifty ru.
wish people les. How can we eat? How can
we digest? We don't. know from
PL3AN, Ph. l one day to another what is going
le Israel to happen to us or to our* dear
ones.
and the peasant. The peasant, of The fear of the country literal.
whom there ake quite a number ly present itself to me one eve.
newly made of he Jewish people, nim when, after having told the
is secondary i4 importance, al. guide who askedme when our rev.
though outnumlring the others solution will take place in the
probably eight t one. He must United States that "You have not
be reckoned wi as tl popula- how anything yet thay recom-
i needs food, A wa eyU mends ise f to my admiration and
Skept .over the f antLt as its half of what you have done is
i tremedduas tp let them done with money sent you by relda
eIl the prodrt w zf eto and tivo m fromt the United States."
et tkeepr them, p. dinarfy pda WhM after this conversation, the
nty. No mdeldt or wcals l g i3efm into my room, at 1
nen are 00T would a OF h-. morning to ask for
-ae p-,would my yPaport and ty paruear Rab.
$L, '. Tasa+aad4anretunnel from
I Th conditpoa of tie ew pi aiW L o j ome friends in a neiih.


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O^ f the rabbis-i nearest
cit'yoi colonies told as M a'h' M'
nevir ited the colbniqaes of 'V
fear that he might be arrested for w
making religious propaganda. I,
tool had to sign a paper at Hel- A
siugfors, Finland, Russian office,
that I *wold not speak or teach Te
while in'l ssia. .,


THE PSALMS
by BERTHA FTons
Publisher's Note-Miss Bertha Faer
is.head of the Depar oIi.of Musesf .
the University of M;ih M id Is a well-
known authority the world of music.
This is-the rst of a series of articles
on things musical.


Hymns, which form such a
large part of all religious serv-
ices of today, are of Hebrew ori-
.in. The hymns of the Old Tes-
tament were the spontaneous out-
flow of the religious nature. All
Great occasions were celebrated in
song, improvised in the ecatacy of
, the moment. Such a song was
Miriam's celebration of the safe
passage over the Red Sea. In the
Book of Judges the Song of Dp-
borah is cast in a distinctly met-
rRal form.
As the religious life of the fa-
tion grew deeper this kind of in-
prov.ed song led the way to a
school for the cultivation of mu-
sic and sacred utterance. This was
the chief function of the schools
of the prophets which came into
prominence in the time of Samuel.
From the School under Samuel
the prophet David, sweet singer
of Israel, probably caught the in-
spiration which afterwards found
expression in the Psalms. Through
David the service of song was
added to the ordinary worship of
the sanctuary, qnd madCa fixed
part of the daily offering to Je-
hovah.
The great beauty of the Psalms
is the antiphonal arrangement in
the Temple were two choirs, one
of which would chant the 'pro-
nouncement to which 'the other
would respond in like sentiment
but somewhat different words.
Our failure to notice this arrange.
mnentias led to the crnvition that
the Psalms repeat unnecessarily
their teaching and sentiment. If
choirs were arranged today to ren-
der these hymns as they were in
.the ancient Temple seEvice the
beauty of these compositions
would be manifest and their hold
upon the congregation multiplied.
By special direction in the Book
of Psalms many f them are dedi.
cated to the chief musician with
instructions for their rendition.
These instructions we wholly mis-
un'dergtand, or if we understand,
we omit them, thereby losing
much ofihe majesty and dignity.
Thus the Psahns became the lit.
urgical hymn-book of the Jewish
service. Says the distinguished
,rabbinical scholar, Paul Isaac
Hershon, "The same psalms that
were sung in the Temple are now
merely repeated by every ortho-
dox Jew in his daily m ornin
prayer, Having no Temple, the
priest does not sacrifice, and the
Levite does not sig."
These sos f tae Psalms haMv
proved adequate 'to the needs of
the Christians as well as the Jew-
ish heart; There is no lyric bok
in the New Testamt correpod.
ing to them. 'They have e e
a mighty spell ovder.'
church, and. ri~ht i .I

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None can
exercise or
of young.
'divided int
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the slightest ia
second, athletic
on teams or
gymnastic work 'i
to'the participant
ily pure out an4
lacking the el
tion that nec
the best that is
competition on
the ps ricipa"ts
alike .the p
mental as wplo a
ration. 't st
effort one "f
member .
might play
ural. One necessarily
excel when on teams or
in individual 'compel
athletes of opposing o
cause of the inborn 4
better than the next'
good that results is p
group exercise '
develop the body t
of perfection,
ercise and active
play the co-o
mind and body coe
fiction. The min
to action the very
are depended upoi.-,
ning of the game
Though most
prefer the born &
body and so
adapted to a
opinion that
thousands of
reached the very
or stardom w
letes they were
stant training and'
very shining ex
ent champi on.''
Tunney. very
fact that Tuniey
ordinary abili
ginning. HVe
ing and
what he toay
must artive at tha.
every child, _b
small Vyi
or no ed .o
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Ive been gleaning from a lener
STha you were fored to gc
iTat it's hard to manhalihairaes.L


dths i atctio of tI ra
". u h "MaowM ry the w i&
Sbrougt into close fillowashp witi
i Chrian brother -to t r mu
b EC0L bank # Itt tie Lodge the
arn t. cotde d ne n otmer
faults and to rppre lite ieh oth
t r's merits. They altivate. mu
'tual sympathy hich influence
B9 be thJr relationships outside th
.. og 'Mutual confidence is sub
ki" ttted for Unfounded susepifio
...c.. ad loya friendships are lTimed
i whch dissolve tenacious'enmities
dj"tb TheoC is no Rscrimninatio
S .against ews inMaiorii lodges
aa l .especially in the South, The mor
Ia intielletult an.onl them boeom
e optsteading mers of Uhc Orde
'to,. Mandnot a ewtt'ai isoni emi
id, it finmce The St fFlTd4 no
hitectbof honored o6ne of t ..c i th
LL Sinai Grand Mas t' a .o-, n .ca
mple at Je. ldgehave te4s !i
ie name of hofiifs.r upacm servibe JMwi
Freemasonry. brethrA. As tn moral gtide, Y
t his stupe-, sorry is of .iestimable 1e4t t
omon, as the the .ew as well as thte, Chri
ed for hel tian; it strengthensl ithd enc
were notes 'of the Churc' and vi.egoogu
1 skill. Hi- Unless one is a degeer jt4r h
ent Soloknon must become a better p.man, .oq
wost skilful neighbor and an ideal Ainerca
iea4ership of citizen.
son. King Ti true Masons, as to all li
; accelerate eral men, the tenacity with, which
tion and to anti-Semitism persists is as pr
d harmonyf- found a mystery as the urvmva
of workers, of the Jewish people in spite o
lodges, each -their relentless persecution. Whil
r Aihd subor- it.is true that relhgio'us fanatic
am 1~eremon- delirbt in sowing secttrapn di
S performed senasonj it is unbelie~ahle thi
S secrecy this is the sole basr of umierts
the initiates. antipby toward t-e :e-s. 3
is a mode of ice toward iathil for d:ei'- an.e
aftsmen that tor', ip-liatio' m the eruwif
-^- ion e o. Jesus ofNarart1r i is jOu
whi e Jews ceptible o the interpretation the
Impip tion it is used by ant.Semites as


And et Sy wind doth-waft a whiter "yo. aO e ...
'Tis a folly then to Ulngr, wh.en o friend will lift A ger'
When sotf a it A I seems to Oomn u *ray;
here thee isno w r Cha4er,;nt a SI or a Seder!
Sie here,at liatji Jew can have a h la,
Wetaeuegage a Poli C zen-iot alone that he ca dae, -
S-But b. can dailrs J a at B
..A hishant are ahv s. iubpng I.

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.i, u.. no e mni def!'ice of all firmly, a4 I UA
Teachings. -%.h evils as liees, i t.rt to ,s aret tl itR MEAT
p these, Masonry endeavor to erad- the mortal oaea of tlhaantaic -
. icate. ismwhik scutes fobrpiaon'as IENNESSEE
S l. n the Book of Morals and sake, M4 ifatt crusades.against CANNOT BE BEAT
bi P- gma we arp told 'hni "Masonry- whatever it, i fiaagthary holl-
0 o already .helped ast down ness, deems to be contrary to the n r rnoi
Ssom .idols from their pdestal, law of Go oE verity of aog ."
* apd Agrind ti. unDalpable t These s limne sea ts and KOSHER MA
. dme of the links cf tl. c tia ideals ae in tocdrd with the t ue 1 N. W. 5th BTWET
* .held men's soul m bondage. t spirit of Americanism. It is in Phone 2114
There ias beeib. pres nvds no this wonderful ad of freedom
e other temonswtion thauhsaiu, above siy oter s--p---
S.aisy Pow" rsou*Nwt' nen, andCanm wheretlie votaries o
I, urg ipon thm, wou0o3l danger oiary -ca hi eit te the gospl .
d of the rack or stake, that po doc. of toletsce and hu paa kinahip. l Show a
s. trine can.be apprehended as truth -Ai~snig divers faoralp" react- .
n if they contradict each other, or ions Americai, Jews respond to
,' co~tradict other trutld give us this l ait of tolerance by jesist- .FixtlniCl,
e byc God." othein theb fftof some of their de- General Contractors a
e Te Christia. Scriptures bear lar r segregate them Manufacturers of
testimony to theclose relationship frommte ret rs .t/ sT no ss
t ewe a political ir c,6 unit.JewSTOR ONTS
that exise between the two great ., PO ritc o. O~ ,
s religions, and the accetn ania td TO does j ot comrcirs ze
e rav ce, of. the ewish Bible Iby franchise of ciAlenhp prdfd. to STR
Christendom anders this relation- I .s citizen-n as Jew. 228 Miam ARi ea
i sip ind"estrutible C' riianitwhp is obprat.by the umqnienes Phone
c. sh- ,nd' ib. 'Chrlshoannr lt of cclat ol Jewisi v ic atpoli. ott. fli
' add Jidies are indisoluliy linked el Jewanizativ oli-
to common itrditions. Theacloea- ica orga ons. American
o age,wbhich is accentuated by the .' Jiws, as a rule apply this princi-
dlvtit of worship of t e same ple to those whoi are sedean pub-, AUTO GLASS
s- i-' divers of torp '""he se lic o~ice. They 'udge can i~ Installed by Ex wl
e God, is chiefly due to different lic offic. T ey judge- aniteS you wait at re.d by Ex
of interprltion of Prophetic d by their persona merit rather you t Coat raGlsI.
e trneoe. 'This yariance co- thaui by party or church affimia- East Coast GlM a
d fority, ithi human nattnre--here tion. 113 N. Bayshoere
d can for iierp uifoniity of .-t"here The departure from this prin- P anes ar7
ception nory of ith.Sinr ciple attracts wide attention by its
b- Christians are ogniant of these rarity Pbliorspirited Jews con-
it verities, and it is due to their in- fine their group activities to relig-
f. Buenc~ at bigotry is held in re- io, educational, philntrope ad U
il strai n'" ," recreational, pursuits, but they es- ReIDIforciS Spj and
A chew group identification with civic Relara
.Ailapons we are taught- dua Mi"W"
Sw e tamovement that are unrelated to Mr
"e "eve!y oherman has the same their peculiar requirements. The BOUGHT and
s right to his opinion and faith that only occasioean which they feel .
5- we have to ours; and as no human warranted to arouse Jewish. con
at being ia with certainty say, in the community
sciousness is when-the community.
al dash and convict of hotile faiths is menaced by demagogues or big-
l apd cieds, ,what-is truth, or that otesek ^n -0OIgg. ihse
s- he is surely in possession of it, so parting rom tlwiorul>t e rpu, .1
Kx- qery one should feel that it is .ted b ntlcir.o.i .r ,
s- quite poMible that another equally in ,it maj U ify, airs sed tor -
at honest and sincere with himself, itaeiandi .o m
a and yet holding the.contrary opin- ,Othe faio kSb are..
anifted by ElAmriab---. -i'." "
thTir spontaneous andg ,,e--s g ni.-s,5
CK TO MIAMIW a0oribtions to non-Jewi & "hovate
I~BOI~u^i~ iiso10" and. educatioscA .ihftu-
a Boshwi tig;ion by the increase* tead-
, you have written t1.the Fetter; ency of i libal Jews regard .l
muchull. in .our town. o Chreatiariodty a~ geache&ylesp
when. one hai' a unAi oftilaes ais a revised form of Jadaiasm. It


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i'itfo r sthatat
r Oebt. sido
o ;b Lob ews Brown,
etoquent a peal for
tfh ethe local dodge of
C. Mr. P. S, o uher re-m
ilp fox the Jewish We-t
reau and a more active
in its affairs by
fL "Plans fc r the Tal.
orash were discussed at
enthusiasm was
was announced
b reeking would
a=g ISunday.
call t No the

Jb.. LH Shochet,
; f irst-ce p ident,
ad John Wolf; se.
'pjwident,;W. L Wii".,
SB. r ; treasury,
..twn, :tuimouRy; re.
secretary, Jake' Biown,
ously; financial secretary,
C. Myers, unanimously;
It. at arms, Nathan Adel.
',four vacancies on the
|f trustees: Mendel Rippa,.
jRubin, Herbert Scherr,
IWolfe, W. L. Williams


are invited to attend.
.are being made for DraWm
*ic and Athletie Circles to
abeidiaries of the Junior
bs offers of the ogania-
Sas follows: Presdet,
e ipert; Vice-President,
l dern;e Rec. Secretary,
W .eibeer; Corres. Saee.
iian Dock; Treasurer, Nor.
mg as sponsors for the
Sar Mrs. Wm. Shayne aad
C. Markle. .
Flo Alpen.
i p LeTeague
piffidspYIeague of 1i6
I regular weekly meet-
diab night at the Col-


1;' J of. i know that fretm to time Ve .
Ste a tion ,
ti4a, Gcan -int t lt pi last vinter t failed '

*entauion or* Altar Cover d.-iped trom pe imnemoria
by Ci b was a* y ly:t afford the bpportu to
ly condu c Acfter th j4eaf s $;ed- ';a n to help himself Small loans
a reception was held at 4t1 4 der, -i, B& _. A joad, zot exceeding one hundred dollars
tion ball ao the Scottish Rite T ei Prseadept i4 for epoaj of t any oeindividii eare granted
pie where an enjoyable tin* was Chairman of mit hich tthout bonus, without interest or
had by / had functioned rig the aa er h large of any kind whatsoever.
Thi next meeting the chapter months. The only requisite is that the ap-
will be held Octogr 25th. All Mrs. Morrit bblere Carmana pn be n of good moral
aemibers of the O. S. are invit- of the Moris t's-er, iman, standing, either, in buoh &a or
d-to meet ~ ~ m of tle .migr ni Con ittee, some other occupation where the
d.to.meetus. ? Wolfe. iep th:e ha1 as loan will enable him to rejenish
ti h involved aiwel' .stock, or buy merchandise" to en-
.-F JFrew le visiI able him to earit a livelihood for
Men's Club of Mitmi wjarte f er his family. Hde ust provide two
.m ..S. 35 good edadasers, 1d agree to re-
Reco,.e io a n d ,pop L_ 'F .. : -:" ".- : '; wm lt) o Miai, a or
Recopgitio& and .popu .rir pay the loan at rate of three
comes only thnjegh service. The the ae irma per cent per wee, thus retiring
standing of the Men's Club of M 'i 'M1*. M Sch arta, stad that:" the loan within thirty-five weeks.
,ami amdng the Cvic 'organita- more ta 50 bas been xpend-' Experience has shown that the 'av-
tions of Mianu s silent but itff ed d ringp the 1728 seson, fo erage is repaid m one year.
cent prpof .he truth of '.this vi- Anhfttattop endeavors
adage. sport oun.Il. Last winter at the instance of
Beliefs nd statements to the the .an's Club of Miami, an or-
nontrarl this or ani o t Je- I Hirshf eld, animation meeting was called at a
aontrar oup an f L Curt% Events e OddFellows Hall and the idea M
Jew, of it. M Rose rk s and Miss Untic response. Mr Samuel Kantor


Serving the Magic City sincere- Evelyn Marks tindly offered to loans of varying amounts have C
haws pros-B eduing the.past of lb Par immons, Chair- vas elected president, and various
ear unt il its achievemensa are onofWounet Ns Clubs, Feder#- of the active con*wonal workers
now heralded, by the veryv--ocs''horWt gave :- 'of the city were enliked actively th
--who condemnd its puuo.' at I its -abort tax in its behalf.
inception. Miss Rose farks and Miss- Until now more than forty T
Serving the Magic City sincere- Evelyn Marks Uindly offered' to loans of varying amounts have C
ly, with no desire for publicity or furnish the mul al feature of the been made, and the revolving
reward, the club through its offi- afternoon, Pun4h was served 4tir- fund now on hand is more than 2S
Sad me rs L accom- ing the social iod follo*g two thousand dollars. This fund at
upon --the business 1 iq"S. Mrs. Chales was raised by donations, but most- an
Gwere etafied Char n of Hospital- ly from individual membership be
we rt, itys aibt~by "Irk;. l~iBrown, subscription of te dotla iach, -
this or- served."
Vi the first Mr4, Biamin Axelroad. John w
th
legard- .
wdF,. we 3
clothed fr a feet, boys Joseph M. Lipnitz ESTABLISHED SINCE 180 0
out oi n db n h. suf- Fire, Autom oile We handle only the best and
ferers in recent hurricane onds, e freshest of fish. I t
called i to i world for help, Sea foods of all kinds. t
and his\ on-of Jews m that. mae. trid .0 keeps them alwas on hand.
th fen .their Jewi.l. 54 I t-yer'Blldg.i
haisd sum ith :YrlB7. 12114 *Shan Bldg Baker Fish Co.
-t aad Pho 152 20317.
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