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PAGE FOUR THE TRANSCRIPT February 12, 1945 Germans who profess to be "war innocent" and anti-Nazi in order to escape Allied punishment, the Office of War Information reports here. "We haven't met any Germans who, for political considerations refused marriage, children, family subsidies, preferential taxation or paid-holidays because these things originated with National Socialism. They thrived on the economic up- swing under National Socialism. They had no scruples against the Aryanization of Jewish enterprises and they shared in the general economic boom," the article said. STUDENTS DEMAND BIGOT'S REMOVAL NEW YORK (JPS)--Students of New York University, School of Dentistry, are circulating a petition calling for the removal of Dr. Har- lan H. Horner as Secretary of the Council on Dental Education of the American Dental Association. L I:  The action comes as a result of Hornet's persistently hostile attio  " i " : .  tude toward fore gn born dental t': . students, and is precipitated by a !; recent statement made by him in :'. *the December, 1944, issue of the ::' ..... -Journal of Dental Education. Reporting on a survey of dental schools, Dr. Horner quotes statistics which indicate that one shortcom- ing of dental schools is what he terms "racial imbalance." LEGAL NOTICES i.!  JACK STEINBERG, Attorney-at-Law, 1003 Smith Tower, Main 5510, Seattle 4, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for King County, In the Matter of the Estate of James Howard, a/k/a Craven Brock. ::: a/k/a Tommy Moore. Deceased. In :i; jlabal t: No 88710. N O,ee of Hearing ii a ula ep rt unu 'eutIon for Dis trtbution. Notice is hereby given that West Howard, Administrator of the Estate of James Howard, Deceased, has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court his final Report and petition for dis- trlbution, asking the Court to settle ?' .said Report,.dtstribute the property to ue.persorm mereo entitled and to dis- ... oa, large said West Howard; and that said eport and petition wtll be heard on the 19th day of March, 1945, at 10:00 ! A.M., at the Court Room of the Pro- bate Department of said Court, at which time and place any person interested, in said .Estate may appear ! theand same.file oojecuons thereto and contest Dated this 7th day of February 1945. CARROLL CARTER Clerk o said Court. : ' By ................................. Deputy. Jack Steinberg, 1003 Smith Tower, Main 5510, Seattle 4, Washington. First Publication: Feb, 12, 1945..   Last Publication: Feb. 26, 1945. JACK BTgINBERG Attorney meattle, Washington , _at Law, 1003 SmithTower, IN THE PERIOR COURT OF THE , State of Washington for King County ) :  In Probate. No. 91731. Notice to Creditors. !: Notice is hereby given that the tln- ' .- designed has been appointed and has  qtudifled as Admlnlstratrix of the es- :. state of Russell Dolphan Allen, De- !, ceased that. .I persons having claims : a lms_t .sala aee ea.se are hereby re- plr.e o .erve_ the same duly vri-   aea, on sal Margaret C. Allen or her  ..... .atorney of record at the address be- Ck of said Curt, together with :'  of such service wtth six months  after the date of first publication of :: :  re)ties, or the same will be barred : ]Date of first publication !  : I. January 29, Admistratrix of said Estate. : smith Tower. Seattle. Wash. ' JACK STEBERG, :- Attorney for ]tate_ '..;: :" , I00 /iith Tower Main 5510 : : Sure, Wash. ptbllcetlon: January 29, ,  . pUblteaUon: February 12, 1945. H d "n th Lobb'es l/ChuOhes Request ear x e x Br herhood Month B-ARNOLD LEXrI  I[ NEW ORK, (-JTA) Designating .f'--  it ie z v. H dthe month of February as Brother- *l/hood Month to combat racial dis- MEMOS THAT PASS INTO DUST The maturity of his work outranks crimination in the United States, We were too late in our efforts to Leonard Bernstein's, critics say . . . the Federal Council of the ChurcheS rescue European Jewry, we may His father is an author of works on of Christ issued a call to all soon be too late in our efforts to philosophy, his mother is a painter, churches to assist in the fight have their murderers punished, Foss came to the United States against racial prejudice. judging by some accidental dis- when he was fifteen . . . Regina The message emphasized that "the covery your commmsz has recently Restock, young Jewish "Met" star, insidious development of anti-Sere" made. It appears that the very of- is among the stars scheduled to ap- itism" and o her acial problems in ficials in Washington charged with pear at the celebration arranged by this countryt"cryrout for Christian formulating a U. S. policy on war the Yiddish Writers Union to mark treatment." Innocent Germans crimes, have no knowledge, or such the seventy-fifth anniversary of the that is equivalent to none, regard- Jewish press in America . . . Cantor I N Steinberg and ouuosed by the ing the Jewish view. How come? Reuben Tucker's debut at the "Met" Ausiralian a ...... : was a Nor does there exist a policy on recently met with success, but de- former school chum of Steinbergss. There are no innocents in Ger- .g,P //zg4L, /[1// restitution of property to the Jews. spite this, Cantor Tucker maintains Adult ways part. many," Das Schwarze Korps, offi- Perhaps we rely too much on mem- that his vocation is chazanuth and . cial publication of Heinrich Himm- (Continued from Page 1) orandum-diplomacy... We may not not opera. SILENT PARTNERSHIP? :i be able to win others to our view, * * * From an editorial in the Indiana ler's Nazi S. S. (Elite Guard), de- ernment is so harassed with emer- but we should certainly be able to SALUTE Jewish Chronicle, we learn that clares in its current issue, chiding gency problems that it has not yet acquaint them with it. Salute to the Journal of Educa- some people in Indianapolis are begun to counterattack those evil * * * tional Sociology, whose editor-in- active both in the American Council germs. CONFUSION chief is Dean E. George Payne of for Judaism and the American JeW- FAMILY ANGLES There is no discrepancy at all be- New York University, School of Ed- ish Committee. How come? A silent :; Beatrice Kay, whose great-uncle tween Palestine reports that Jewish ucation. Its January issue, edited by partnership? Our bosses intimated was Samuel Gompers, founder of emigration is encountering difficul- Abraham I. Katsh, is devoted to The many moons back that the Council the American Federation of Labor, ties in Bulgaria and subsequent Jews in the Postwar World and con- may serve as a "radical front" to has a very practical approach to her statements by Jewish Agency lead- tains articles by Alexander M. corral timid Zionists into the camP own personal labor problem . . . ers that the Soviet Government is Dushkin, Samuel M. Blumenfeld, of American Jewish Committee Beatrice, who has a truck farm in not barring Jewish emigration from Theodor H. Gaster, Arieh Tarta- style unity. New Jersey, and finds it difficult fromBUlgaria'the Both statements emanate kower, Robert Gordis, Isaac B. * * Jewish Agency. The -- to get regular farm labor, invites re- Berkson and others. Thanks to the RADIO NOTE the participants and aides of her ports did not state that the Soviets energetic work of Dr. Katsh and the With newspapers and big business "Gaslight Gayeties" radio show to barred immigration, they referred inimitable sympathy and coopera- interests buying up the smaller the farm for weekends, and then specifically to the Bulgarian Gov- tion of Dean Payne, N.Y.U. is slow- radio stations in New York, foreign hands them farm implements and ernment, ly becoming a "little Yavneh" language programs roosting on persuades them to do their bit.. MUSIC NOTES among American universities, these stations, are slowly but surely The new Sigmund Romberg oper- Newest sensation is 23-year-old , . being removed. Although too manY etta, "Up in Central Park," is a composer Lukas Foss, a refugee. AUSTRALIAN NOTE of them have failed to make the tremendous hit but one budding The New York Philharmonic So- From Mrs. Archibald Silverman, grade and to really reflect the fine actress who was supposed to make ciety's confidence in Foss was best roving Ambassador for the Keren cultural assets of their respective her debut in it left the cast before illustrated by the expenditure of H a y e s o d, Palestine Foundation groups, the foreign-language pro- the show opened . . . Broadway will $15.000 to produce his contata "Prai- Fund, we learn that Jacob Patkin, grams were indicative of New York therefore have to wait a while be- rie," verse by Card Sandburg, music Australian editor, who has been ex- City's multi-lingual culture. * $ * fore it can look over Tony Eden, by Foss. The Westminster Choir of posing the fallacy of the Kimberley Copyright 1945 by . who in private life is Walda Win- three hundred singers participated, settlement project advocated by Dr. Independent Jewish Press Servme. InC. chell, daughter of Walter . . . A new night club singer is all set to make her bid for fame . . . She's Marilyn w 1 Cantor, one of Eddie's progeny and a little birdie tells us that Marl- OW 0 Stab yO0 rSe/ lyn has inherited a great deal of her old man's talent. ABOUT PEOPLE . . That was a swell gesture on the part of a group of friends of the i he sck Nordau family the other night, i when they gave a birthday party . for Anna Nordau, widow of the great philosopher and leader . :i;:: Distinguished representatives of the !.i ' Zionist movement paid tribute to this unusual woman who, just turned 83, is so youthfully inter- ested in contemporary affairs On this occasion Mrs. Judith.Ep. ( ) stein, president of Hadassah, was one of the speakers, although only few hours earlier she had re- ceived the news that her son, a pilot in the Air Force. was reported miss- ing . . . That's the spirit that ani- mates Hadassah. We are told that Judge Samuel Rosenman refused an important post offered him by President Roo- sevelt... He doesn't like the lime- light. The Soviet engineer who has revolutionized the system of restor- " ing mines damaged by the destruc- tive Nazi hordes is Prof. Joseph Brainin, a relative of the late He- Yet, don't have Io have three arms, or even O brew writer Reuben Brainin . . . be a contortionist. The lecture author Andre Mau- rots was to give in Montreal was All you have to do is grab a War Bond of canceled at the last minute--be- yours and cash it in. When you do this, you cause the local Jews boycotted the do yourself more harm than you realize. event. Edward Chodorov, whose "De- You throw away the best investment in etsion" is listed by critic Burns the world today. You lose the chance of Mantle as one of the ten best plays getting four dollars for every three when of the 1943-44 season, is finishing another drama, and hopes to have your Bond matures. You forget how handy it ready for the boards before the that War Bond will be in a few years-- current season is much older, when maybe you'll really need some money. If you've acquired the new Menu- And when you cash in that Bond you're hin recording of Brahms' Sonata No. 1, and have marveled at the hurting Uncle Sam too. You're taking your F " smoothness of the performance of valuable dollars out of the fight at a time Yehudi and his sister Hephzibah, when your country needs those dollars you'll be interested to know that badly. the recording was made shortly after the birth of Hephzibah's son So don't give in next time you feel a and that the beautiful pianist in- spending spree coming on. Inatead hang onto sisted that her child and his nurse the Bonds you have, and buy another to be accompany her to the recording still safer/ studio---with the result that the re- cording session had to be inter- rupted several times in order to change the baby's diapers. EP FAtTH WWH OUR 00IGHTER$ Copyright 1945 Seven Arts Feature Syndicate RELEASE SUSPECTS 00)UY WAR BONDS FOR KEEPS JERUSALEM (JPS - Palcor) -- Twenty-six persons, detained under ]his advertisement is one of a series in ooperation with the United States Government suspicion of terrorist activity, were and is paid for by public spirited Jewish business and professional men of Seattle. released from the Latrun Detention , Camp, February 1.