Philip sees his mom caring for the numerous Jewish

Philip sees his mom caring for the numerous Jewish girls. Pcustomers in her grocery. They admtred and liked her for her wit and sympathetic soul. In th y gogue she was excellent. All of them greeted her when thev got here out and in of shul.

He remembers, too, that this good mom onceupo a time gave him an actual good licking ie rem the punishment was that his father nahe’y repotted .zero her, “Faifke (now *neahs »»t of the Synagogue and performs cube with different boys.

As a matter of truth he was the ring-leader. 1He m fluenced the others to abandon their fathers in shu come out and play with him. It reached the purpose the place a number of the moms, clients within the grocery retailer mixed that Faifke took from their kids their final “Ideas of the cube video games of his childhood lead him to later reminiscences—reminiscences of younger mam hypothesis on the inventory market, when he turned a well-known determine within the monetary district.

His marriage to the daughter of an clever Jewis

“His marriage to the daughter of an clever Jewisfa”w had given him place in well-to-do ctn cl™ I. mus? be mentioned that Gtos, knew htsInn,.anon, tnrelimous and cultural fields. He would by no means participate when religious topics have been mentioned. However, turned president of a congregation.

Success in enterprise brings recognition. As a matter of truth he later turned president of a charitable instate. Very often he would say to himself, folks humorous? There are a bunch of administrators on the board of the establishment during which I’m who contribute extra money than I do, though they aren’t a5 wealthy as I’m, but I’m the president. Isn’t that humorous?”

An opulent residence throughout the street from Gross’s backyard, at which he glances when he raises his eyes, brings a ache to his coronary heart. James McClain, a outstanding and wealthy churchman, occupies that house. Mr. McClain can also be a member of the Inventory Alternate and has given Gross the chilly shoulder on many events.

Philip Gross has one ambition in his life, and that’s: some day to turn out to be president of the Inventory Alternate. He has concluded that his actions in Jewish life, his leader-ship in religious and charitable establishments of his folks, would by no means discover a lot room within the English papers. As president of the Inventory Alternate his image could be printed within the monetary pages of all of the papers.