National Geographic : 1938 Dec
©Orient by Kluger TEL AVIV STREETS ARE LINED WITH APARTMENTS WHOSE OVERHANGING BALCONIES RESEMBLE DRESSERS WITH DRAWERS PULLED OUT So great has been the influx of Jews into this boom town that houses cannot be built fast enough; all buildings are crowded and rents arehigh. Many have no baths; portable tin tubs may be seen airing on the back porches of even modernistic buildings. Buses are crowded;yet people byhundreds walk thebroad tree-lined streets. Merchandise is shown in attractive shop windows, and, except for disorder incident to Arab troubles, the people seem happy inthis new environment.