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., 1938 MARCH 11, 1938 THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT, SEATTLE PAGE SEVEN iting Famous Personalities In The News Of The Week SIE athrooms! tubers of the le following torning there md Del)or,,di. the wiudow. standing ,it Lhis was not on, she kept she dressed, the, door the durned that md with him d princess of aright occupy p,,thaee,&apos; ' Miss ; they expec" md mdy onc,T 1 ,,d ,,o ,vo.,moru Samuers ..o, =d ,,,'Son Hurt In uite cultured Palestine LEO KRAKOVSKY, 13-year-old boy composer, is a bespectacled 7th grade student in Horace Mann School. But on April 12 he will make his debut as a concert artist at Metropolitan Theatre, on whose stage have played the world's most famous pianists. He will be sponsored by the Seattle Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations--the first time the group has lent its aid to a young artist. Pianist Krakovsky is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Krak- ovsky, will play a difficult repertoire of Chopin, Liszt, Debussy, Mo- zart, Beethoven and Bach--all of wlich he knows by heart--besides three of his own compositions, written at the piano in the modest Krakovsky home at 820 31st Ave. The young pianist played for famed Leopold Stojowski here, won praise from Pianist Jose Iturbi. Tickets for his concert will be available at The Jewish Transcript, 1616 8th Ave. Reservations can be made at Prospect 3174. li. JERITSAId,3M (WNS)---Edwin 1I. :unuel, smi of l,m'd lh,rl)ert Samuel   lll,,d l)epol.y C(nnniissioner of the lie- / t' / /!l. '"'n'`''' "f ,|i,..i,l. ,if the l,,Ues: r _ll y.e w.s i,,jured tMs t I]/ V eek wJie,, he ear in which lie was i -- I'etur,dng wilh his wife and sister-in- rephrase aw frmn the Tel Aviv port eere- And we inllies ,,wcidentally overlurned ne,,ir Ill unM,, , many of ' retoldus, i Reuhen St(lller, driver of the c,,u', ",vas killed. C Mrs. lhmlassah Smnlml, wife of lne Wenmn's lnh,rnalimrd Zionist t)rganiz,,ttioli was .also liui'l but her vmMitimi is l'mt considered serious. Mrs. S,,Unuel is llle daughler (if Yehu(ha Gr,,lsovsky, llebrew lexieog- rill)her. ])eborah (h'asovsky, San> IM's sister-in-l,tw, who wqs also rid- iilg ill the (',,,,l', was b:ully injured. DUCTS that they us that the only nvey our ,. Arab To Be Killed For Murder Of Jew in'st time since miliiai'v courts were to de'th here this week for the mur- tl,r (if a Jew. The Arab condemned ,vor. Made !s Must,,qlha Mohttunmed, found guil- resh whip- !Y of having killed Yechiel Ephreni hi an at.t,,tck on n Jewish Inls on De- t.m. elnlier 30. United Mine Workers )E A }ar K. K. K. Members WASHINGTON, D. C. (W. N. S.) m +Members of the Ku Khlx Klan ,,u'e I !arred from membershill in tim Uni- (t Mine Workers of Anmriea, the ; butterfat n'ineil)al tlllion in lh, e C. [. O., /le- er of many !or(ling to an amendment to the Ls. tmstitution of the union, llut into ' fleet this week. i UTTER " Y: University .TED teaches Hebrew Course iNl':. W YORK (W. N S )--A course CHEESE r.' ,,,,.lts in nebi'ew language ,uld Be"'attlre is l/eln s ek [MILK [v ix g given thk we, ur. Abndmnl I Ka(sh, exeeutive ',RED ireetor of the Jewish culture foun- aii(m at New York Irniversity. ; DOOR The e(mrse is held oil 15 Tuesday Venings duril,,g the term of t GROCER hi, university,s divisi(m of general HONE tl ueali(ul. /li Ynagogue Windows ' UIashed, 150 Threatened . SOI"IA (W. N. S.)--l"olhiwing the stashing of windows in om (if Sofia's , DAIRY u'ost sy,ia,,,g(e,, 150 ,if the city's :ern Ave, ,.mat Pr(miinent Jews ibis week re- 1 'veal letters froiil l+'as(,ist orgaM- bions wattling theni to leave the )tom rv. Broadcast By Solon Is Banned By Britain IX)NI)ON (W. N. S.)--Angh)- lt,,dian ralillroachnmnt resulting from the, resigmttion (if Anthony Eden an foreigil secretary in the British eall- il,,et was held responsible for the fact that the govermnent-eontrolled Bri- iish B,,'oadeasting Corporation re- fused lo broadcast't slieech by Col. Josiah Wedgwood, Labor mmnberof the lhluse of Cmnmens, bee,,mse lie referred l o rumors that Mussolini was seeking domination of 1)alesthm. Children Are Jailed As "Illegal" Migrants IA)NI)ON (W. N. S.)--])uring a I)arr.,,ge (if questi<nis intended to show tliat the l'alestine Govern- ment was dealing with undue harsh- ness wilh Jews, Coloni,,d Secretary W. G. A. ()rmsby-Gore announced tliiS weel that 'is (if l,'ebru'u'y 16 a tot,,ll of 31 Jewish illegal inuni- granls were in prison. Of ttiese 15 ,,tre men, 8 women and 8 eMhh'en. Mexican Jewry Patches Up Own Differences MEXICO CITY (W. N. S.)--Mexi- can Jewry, long divided into Wariing factions of Sepliardim and Ashkena- zim, united for the first time this week at a conference of represent,,t- tires of all-Jewish organizations called 1)y the B'nai B'rith and tile Jewish Chamber of Conune, rce. Esl.ablishment of a l)ermanent Federation (if Jewish Organiz.itions authoi'ized to speak in belmlf of the entire Jewish community was or- dered. Although the meeting ended on a n,ite of harmony it came eh)se to llreaking up when the Sellhardic Jews insisted tlmt only Sl)anish be spoken. A conllrenlise was Ilrrang- ed by which these who do not know much Spanish are to lie alh/wed to speak in Yiddish provided their re- niarlls .ire later translated into Span- ish. A REAL ITALIAN DINNER " $1.00 "Nothing Like It In Town" Make Reservations for Banquets and Parties ITALIAN VILLAGE CAFE 1413 FIFTH AVlNUE Phone SE. 9775 Pike Place PUBLIC MARKET FIRST AND PIKE FRESHER FOODS LOWER PRICES "MEET THE PRODUCER" DAVID SARNOFF, who started life in America as an immigrant messenger boy and who today is the kingpin of America's inter- continent communications sys- tem 'as head of RCA and NBC, was picked by ex-cavalryman, ex-NRA head Gen. Hugh Johnson this week as one of America's 12 ace business moguls who could serve on an "unofficial business cab- inet" to advise President Roose- velt. Meanwhile, Radio Tycoon Sarnoff, who still taps a mean telegraph key, announced signing figedty Maestro Arturo Toscanini to a four-year NBC Symphony contract, as the great Italian com- ductor prepared to sail for Pales- tine-to conduct the Symphony there. LIBBY HOLMAN, husky-voiced, raven - haired, near - sighted daughter of a Cincinnati lawyer, today is America's only million- aire stage actress. Libby, whose voice is her fortune--she met her. late playboy husband when she torchsang on Broadway--opened in Boston in Cole Porter's new musical, "You Never Know," shar- ing star's honors with "fiery Lupe Velez and platinum-blonde Toby Wing. The show is John Shub- ert's first producing venture. He's the son of Jake Shubert of Broad- way's famed Brothers Shubert, Jake and Lee. Oddities! Did.Faces Turn Red? Jewish Vets Find Ribbons Nazi-Made NEW YORK (W. N. S.)--][ow pre- viously unnoticed ril/bons stamlie<l 'lll;*d(, !% GePfllany" W(!i'c i'll@i'd off a wre,lth lllaeed at the llase of the George Washington statllte at Wall and lh':)ad St,,'eets by a dele- gation front h,,tlf a dozen liests (if the Jewish Wnr Veter.uis ,,unl American- ln,,t(le riblmns subsi,ituted a few mo- ments bef(n'e the opening of Wash- ington's lih'thdi{y exercises was re- voided today. The wreath was brmlght from the Bronx by Isador J. Genne, tt, newdettder who depo- sited ,,t similar wreath last Octeller at the foot <if tim German war mento- ri,,tl in ]lerlin. Good-Will Team To Speak At 10 Schools For Teachers ]3OSTON--A priest, "t r'd)lli and a minister, slieaking on "The Future for Inter-Grou l) Relations in Ameri- ca," will deliver the annual Todd Lectures l/efore Mass'tchusetls' 10 State Teachers Colleges, it was announced this week by the Massa- chusetts Stale ]3oard (if l(h,,c.ttion. This will ntark the first thne tlmt a "g(iod-will trio" will ll,,tve spoken before students ef state normal schools under ottiei,,d st,,tte ,,uls]licos. The trio will be coniplised (if Dr. Everett R. (?linchy, director of the N,,ttional Conference (if Jews and Christi,,uls; Rabbi Benedict Glazer (if Tentplc lgmanu-l']l, New York; and it In'lest to lie designated by the Boston archdiocese. The rabbi, priest and minister will cross-question each other on inter- faith amity, justice and eool/erttttion. I)r. Clinehy hailed the project as of great significance bec,,ulse "it gives us a chance to present to llrospective educators it set (if principles govern- ing inter-group rehttions which they DR. REV. EVERETT CLINCHY will be allle to widely disseminate ainong you th.' ' Forgotten Letter Solved Dreyfus Case, Book Reveals Varilla reminded himself of tim un- answered letter anti casually com- pared it with the document. His discovery of startling dissi- miharitie.s persuaded him that the two were not written by the santo person. The document was l)ublish- c(l on May 10, 1896 and from then on things beg,,ln to hal)pen that ulti- niately vindicated Citptain Dreyfus. 100 Jews Exiled By Roumanian Mayor BUDAPIfST (W. N. S.)--One hun- dred Jews in the city of Nyiregy- naza, which in near tlm Rounmnian llorder tllis week were ordered to leave by the lnayor after an investi- gation es|,,tl)lished tJmt they were illegal residents. The residence rights of ,,ill tim 4,500 Jews in the city were iiivestigaie(1. PARIS (W. N. S.)--How a forgot- ten letter from Cat)tain Alfred Drey- fus to a cl,,tssmate of his in the Ecole Polytechnique became the key to the chain of events that ultimately cleared the Jewish officer of the charge (if treason is revealed for (,lie first time this week by Philippe Bunau-Varilla in his book, "From Paname to Vei'dun." ]3tlnall-Varilla, a classmate nf Drey- fus, received a letter from hinl in 1S91 asking for information about the eonstruetioil of it raih'oad in the Belgian Congn. Bllllall-Varil]a for- got all ,,d)out the letter until 1896, when his brother became the chief owner of Le Matin, 'uid suppresse.d publication of the l)hntogr,,tph (if tit document tlntt h,,td been compared with the handwriting of l)reyfus and so identified that it led to his conviction. It was then that llun,,ut- LABEL SCHLOSSBERG, carrot- topped, 5/.j-year-old "youngest cantor in America," will lose his title April 17, his father, Cantor Nathan Schlossberg of Bikur Cholum Synagogue, revealed to- day. On that date, at Bikur Cholum Synagogue, Label's 26- month-old, blonde, blue-eyed sis- ter, Esther Rachel, will be pre- sented in concert for the first time. Label's brother, David, who will celebrate his fourth birth- day April 6, will also sing Yiddish songs in his childish treble. Label knows 400 songs in Italian, Yid- dish, French, Russian, Hebrew and English by heart, goes to syn- agogue every Saturday, is other- wise a mischievous kindergarten student who may sing with the Portland Junior Symphony. Label, David and Esther Rachel are the fourth generation of can- tors in their family. Mrs. Schloss- berg, Palestinian born, is the daughter of a cantor also. RABBI EDWARD L. ISRAEL, straight-shooting, outspoken lib- eral Baltimore Reform spiritual leader who is also one of America's leading Zionists, made a $11,000 speech in Los Angeles last week. He crossed the continent to speak to 600 persons at a banquet of the Los Angeles Labor Committee for Palestine, which, paradoxically, was held in the swank Biltmore Hotel. Rabbi Israel is chairman of Histadruth's national execu- tive committee. He told how Jews are returning to the land in Pal- estine, how cooperatives are suc- cessful in Holy Land farming un- der Histadruth auspices. Rabbi Israel pointed out that Histadruth, made up of Palestine labor unions, has 80,000 members, plays a dominant part in Zionist councils in the Holy Land, is "achieving a true" labor democ- racy, built on social justice." 00lain (00alk (Continued from Page one). "We shall resist the dictatorships and make Europe siffe fer demo- cracy again. If necess,,u'y we shall go to war to crush the dictators." Oh, I might have s,,tid, this is good for (.lie Jews. ltitler will surely be ]i:;iablcd by ]Tttgt,p,(|-t-i,d !l' . ,!?vy,. thing will lie all right again for the Jews in CJorrnany. How wonderfully well e, verytliiilg seems to tllrn Ollt for us in the end. The Englishmon are fighting for 118. ]3ut at the end I miglit not be so happy about it;: Victory llerc]ies on the banners of Engi,,md, the 400,- 000 Jews (if Germany are saved (to s.' nothing <if denmcracy being say- ed ag,,tin) and it million English boys hmvo given their lives for "dl this. No, I can't wish for tit s,,tlv,,ttion at such an expense; nor, as one (if the gener,,ttion that was herrillly disil- hisioned in the hast war, (;an I be fooled by a slogan ("Make the Worht Safe for Democracy") tli<tt deceived me tile hast tim(;; nor, as it .Jew, c,,ln I be such an ot)timist as to believe that any event (save some kind (if social revohition) can bring me per- lnanont salvation. So [ took off' my colored glasses and feel not l)le,,tsed but somewhat comforted by what I see: The im- pending tr,,tgedy of mankind has been ,,tverted for a hlng time, I hope. It re,,tlly would be rio sldvation at all for us if the tragedy of the Jews were merely swalh)wcd up in a vaster i;ragedy of m,,uikind. Thus I speak to Mr. Zilch when tie sitys, "It looks as if England is throwi,,ig us to the dogs." But Mr. Zilch answers, "Is there nothing worth fighting arid dying for? Isn't democracy worth dying for? Isn't liberty worth dying for? Mr. Segal, you seem to be altogether a spineless llerson." You at'3 a bravo nmn Mr. Zileh. You "Lre willing to die for liberty, democracy and all that, even to the last ],nglishman. But is YOUR son going to dic for that, Mr. Zilch? Will lie have to go to fight littler and sltve democracy, liberty and the Jews? You ,,u'o qniLe as brave ns most other Americans who have only scorn for England because she will not send her children to fight the die- t,,toi's and makes peace with them; but the same Americans insist that we Ollrse]ves must stan(l aloof from ,,ill that. (ill, my Jewish p,,lin sllouhl like to sec llitler hun(bled and brougt,,t to the dust ,,tnd My Alnel'ie,,ul idelt[- ism desires the downfall (if all die- lators. In my mere gaihuit inontelits ] see ntyself itdvarieing eoiii',,tgeously on the chancellory and bringing i%lr. llithu' to his knees. "l]ave inertly, /1'. Segal!" I shall let him h, ave his life if he ,,d)di(..aies ttlll(l retires to St. /lelena. 1 niight like to do this myself (though I fettir n/y tiniid soul wouhl witlier lit the last mOlrien|). But l iilii not willing lhat the fine English lloys I saw in tile movies th, e oilier (lay shollh[ (lie for this ti,,llll)y en(I. lle ,' ,', ......... ........... " ............. """ i l,,ey were a Joy(illS groll 1) it{ ()xfor(I. "You, Mr. Segal, are tOO senti- me, ntal," "tsys Mr. Zileh. "Too sentimenhl[ for ,u realisiic world. Somel)o(ly ll'ls got to die if lhese things . . . lillerty, dentoer,,lcy.. ,,u'e to I)e l)i'eserved. '' Well, "t hit ef lle,(illh; died fro' those, things 20 yc,,u's ,,i go, Mr. Zih'h, anti everyone <if tlie milli(n,,s (if lives wqs given in vain. The blood (If this w,,Isted slilllghter is slill too fresh. A realisl, Mr. Zileh, d(x;Sli't go back to the st(line tli'e twice to lie burned. 2{ realisl says "This is a ln.tjestic eye-tillhig tire but it burned nie oriee and I nu,,st lie careful lest it burn llle agILill." Am it Jew I nuist al)hor another Sllch vast h rlln,,tn sacrifice, even though my rummy nittty lie humbled by defeat in the next w,,lr for (lemo- eraey. As a Jew Inm no individlml apart from nialdnd which will lie ahnost consumed in the next war, even while the tlitlers ,,uid the Mussolinis also perish. I am part (if nnuikind and will stiffer with it. It seems to me tlmt Mi'. Chanlber- lain may be, right to seek the w'w of peace by underst,,uiding with the diet,,ttors. Perhaps it may all turn cut for the best of the Jews, if you insist on looking at tile world from the Jewish interest. I like to think that art enlightened nation like England may serve to restrain the arrogance, greed and ruthlessness of the dictators. Not that ,,tssociatien with Enghaiid will give then( any moral scruples, but it may seem politic to be decent, to observe sonic of the amenities of civilization, in order to keep Eng- land's SUl)l),,)rt. ];ngland's government still bangs on the will of the t)cople ,,uul Enghand's supl)ort of Germany will only endure as h)ng as the conscience of lhe peo- ple wills it. To keel) that SUl)l)ort must not the dictators (tefer to the conscience of Enghind's people? Thus 1 look at the nuttter tod,,ly, Mr. Zileh. ]lit toinorrow Ifitler nlay gO to invade Czeehosh)v,,tkia-- an atrocity against human rights 1 eouhhl't tolerate. A sin ag,,linst all nl,,,,nkind, "Well, lhat wouhl lie soniethilig for deceit( I,,ttil.ions 1o fight against, wouldn'l liT' ,,isked Mr. Zilch. Yes, Mr. Ziieh. Everythii.g is so horril)ly I)ewihlering and today's opinion nuly lie quickly changed by tnnlorrew's cveni. ((!ellyriglll , 1938).