Mr. Tannenbaum to the Rescue

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Mrs. Tannenbaum was upset. A slight fluttering of the hands informed her husband Morris that the news in the letter before her was not pleasant.

“It’s from the ‘rebbitzen,’ I mean Aunt Sarah,” Mrs. Tannenbaum announced.” She is coming to stay with us for a few weeks.” Once again her hands fluttered helplessly.

“Why should that upset you?” demanded her better half. “Don’t you always boast about your relatives?”

“But Aunt Sarah is different,” wailed the Mrs. “She is always snooping around the kitchen, looking to see if this is kosher and that is kosher. I dare not have a bit of food in the house which is not strictly kosher and how should I know what brands are prepared under rabbinical supervision? She will make life miserable for me.”

This complaint stumped Morris Tannenbaum—but not for long. “Why not write to the Jewish Daily Bulletin? I’ll bet the Bulletin can help you,”

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