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&apos;' ! <C2 PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT, SEATTLE MARCH 17, 1933 Herbert Schoenfeld Tells Of Horrors In Quake Area (Continued from Page 1) they flocked, grouping together, waiting . . waiting in abject fear for the Unseen Thing which seemed to have them in its powerful grasp. The hours following the first shock were fear-laden. Intermediate shocks followed in undulating frequency through the night, climax- ing in two great tremblers Saturday evening and early Sunday morn- ing and "repeats" Sunday evening and at 4:25 o'clock Monday morn- ing. By Wednesday, the forty-third earthquake had been recorded. Scores of hotel guests spent sleepless nights in the lobbies and those in high buildings were sea-sicked into fear-stricken helpless- ness from the swinging and swaying of buildings, from which escape seemed impossible. Disaster brought everyone closer to each other. An indefinable spirit of brotherhood, born of common helplessness, found total strangers relating personal experiences framed in fearful recollections to each other. In the stricken zone, sights of horror and destruction abounded. Newspaper accounts, newsreels and photographs will serve to show the scenes of disaster, but the human suffering, the frayed nerves the soul desolation and fears during the repeated upheavals are unique experiences. May it never come to them who have not been involved in an experience so soul-trying as to impress the mind that the end has really come! Albert Einstein Is Self-Exile As Thousands Of Jews Flee Germany (Continued from Page 1) Rochester, N. Y.; tIenry H. Sattler, Leon Jaffe and Solomon Fried- man of New York City that they had been brutally attacked by Nazis. Max Schussler, American resident in Berlin, and his wife were seized by Nazis and maltreated after a Nazi tenant in Schussler's house said he "would pay no rent to an American Jew" because Nazis won the election. Throughout Germany Jews today were withdrawing funds from banks and fleeing to France and Switzerland. Constant conferences are being held by German Jewish leaders, who are communicating with Jewish leaders in England and the United States, despite rigid censorship on cables. Assault on Jews, young and old, men and women, is taking place in all parts of Germany. Uniformed Nazi "storm troops" stationed themselves in front of major Jewish department stores, preventing customers from entering, forcing the stores tc suspend business. Brainstorms (Continued from Page 7) Sorry, we are unable to agree with Mr. Joseph. The true spirit of American citizenship consists in exercising your rights as citizens. Seeing that your race is properly represented in various public offi- ces is one of these rights, pro- vided that those that you support for a position are persons of in- tegrity, honesty and fit to hold the positions for which they are being supported. The writer fails to see the differ- ence between wanting to be repre- sented in the board of regents of the state university and wanting to be represented in the judiciary of the state. Both these positions deal with all classes of citizens, and it is no more than fair to have all classes of citizens represented. True Americanism means fair- ness to all races and creeds, and desiring a representation in accord with our numbers and influence in the community is nothing bu fair- ness to our race. y STARTING TODAY! THE TEN BEST PIGTURES OF THE YEAR IN ONEZ " evThe most unusual love er created for the scre elll(llll The International Film Triumph Sensation of Europe and America German Dialogue With ENGLISH TITLES Its delicate subiec has made if the most-talked-of picture in the worldl No Advance in Prices! A mm TILL  m NIGHTS :l:.')C 00,3o ,, 54:)0 ' su,., AFTER 5 In The Week'sll News Councilman David Levine, Se- attle's only Jewish City Father, to- day loomed as a possible president of the council, with a realignment of the body scheduled because of the Tuesday elections. Ben, Aaron and Reuben Maslan, sturdy, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Phin- ehas Maslan and well-known in the: .lewish community, will do a bit of the "wearing of the green" today. St. Patrick's Day. They were born in Ireland, leaving the Emerald Isle 20 years ago. Reuben Maslan and his mother will spend the day with Mrs. J. S. Greenidll of Po'tland ] sister of the Brothers Maslan. Other Seattle "Irish Jews" are Mrs. Rac Cohen and Mrs. Rebecca Kay, bridesmaids at the Maslan weddina in Dublin. Herb H. Lauterstein, University of Washington freshman, whose local address is the Zeta Beta Tau frater- nity house, was recovering today from burns received when he at- tempted to clean his pipe Sunday night with alcohol. The pipe blew up. Maurice Dubin, Jewish tenor and head of the Northwest Opera Com- pany, will present a St. Patrick's Day concert tonight at St. Joseph's Church under auspices of the Holy Names Society. Rosie Dubin, the singer's wife, is also in the perform- ance. Leo Levy and Ed Baronsky are Scattlc'sjig-sawpuzzlebarons. They employ 14 persons at a shop at 2718 E. Cherry St., a hardware store they operate it was revealed today. Jeffrey Heiman, who performs the novel feat of being a Republican as- sistant U. S. district attorney in a Democratic administration, told the Seattle Bar Association Wednesdav "All About Being A Lawyer," in what was advertised as "aboriginal English." Henry Prusoff, Jewish tennis champion, this week was being sought as tennis coach at Broadway High School, but declined the honor. Frank L. Newman, Sr., AI Ros- enberg and A1 Finkelstein, Seattle theatre baons, this week earned the iight to the title, "Seatdc's most in- corporated Jews." They organized the Spokane Amusement Company and the Bellingham American The- atre Company, making their totaI incorporations for the week, two. V JOHN HAM RI.CK'S  MUSIC BOX I NOWI | A scrappy kid in khaki . . . hard- | boiled . . . brazen . . . cocky . . . I carefree and Iovablel I LEE I TR4CY J "Private Jones" I 25c till 6:30  35c Nights [] [] REX ..,.-." UNIVERSITY NOW! 5 Acts Big VAUDEVILLE SINGS Maurice Friedman, well- known Seattle Jewish bari- tone, will be featured soloist in the fifth of a series of con- certs at the Egyptian Theatre Sunday at 2 p. m., singing Massenet's famous aria, "Vis- ion Fugitive," from "Herodi- ade." He will be accompanied by a concert orchestra led by George C. Kirschner, Seattle Symphony cellist. REX THEATRE Marking the first turn of vaude- ville in a downtown theatre this year, John tIamrick's Rex Theatre Satur- day inaugurates a policy of five acts of standard vaudeville together with a first-run motion picture, The variety bills, carefully chosen by Fanchon and Marco for wide appeal and general entertainment value, is per- sonally assured by Mr. Ham- rick as being a show that will merit the approval of all mem- bers of the family. Hooper and Gatchett, two Jewish boys who have played the major vaudeville theatres of the country, will headline the first program with their successful comedy turn, "The Rookie." Tillie Abrams, young Se- attle Jewish miss, appears as one half the team of Arthur and Abrams. The first-run feature fihn features Jack Oakie, comedian, in "Sailor Be Good." Operetta To Be Presented (Continued from Page 1) rearer Goldfarb declared. Aug- menting the singing strength of the Halevy groups will be the children's choir of Temple de Hirsch, which Mr. Goldfarb also directs, and the Seattle Habima Players. Mrs. Eva Finesilver, house- wife, whose soprano voice will be heard in the title role of "Queen Esther," is one of the founders of the Halevy Sing- ers. Mildred Lasky and Sally Brown, private secretaries, will attend Queen Esther as maids of honor. Florence Rogers Mendelsohn, who will take the part of Mor- decai's sister, is popular as one of the original members of the Halevy Singers. Sally Wolfe, stenographer, will interpret the role of Zeresh, Haman's wife. Margaret Benezra will act as herald. Morris Reibman will inter- pret Haman in his baritone voice, and the tenor voice of Harold Bialock, coffee dealer, will transform him into a Mor- decai for the two evenings of the opera. Morris Bender will be a beggar. Zelma Levy, who will do no singing at all, will be jester, and Celia Brenner will enact the role of a prophet- ess. Leslie Stusser, electric sup- plies executive, is dramatic di- rector, and Harry Neider, ship broker, is in charge of novel stage lighting, which will fea- ture the performance. Fred Marcus, radio singer, will be king. Music Box Facile-fingered Lee Tracy brings his latest fast-talking, ribald fun film, "Private Jones," to John Hamrick's Music Box this week. With Tracy as the only soldier in the outfit who had nerve enough to tell the general how to run the army and get away with it, "Private Jones" )romises a wealth of merriment. % I00lain Cialk (Continued from Page 1) make ready to celebrate Cronbach publicly as their prophet, to spread his social teaching far. For he has been ten years in the Hebrew Un- ion College, and they are observ- ing this anniversary. So they have collected vari- ous of his writings to put them into a book, a sort of new Bible, to be called "Social Sub- stance of Religion." This they are publishing to commemorate his anniversary. He has written on what is a good Jew: "A Jew is a good Jew not in proportion to the number of doctrines in which he believes or the number of rituals he performs, but in proportion to the number of Jews he understands, on occasion serves and, if possible, loves. He is a Jew who is alert to the pos- sibilities of stimulating friend- ships." "This is not a bad characteriz.a- tier of Cronbach himself," says Horace M. Kallen, who has written an appreciation of Cronbach for the book. * * * He entered the Hebrew Union College as a student, 25 years ago, a dreaming boy from Indi'anapolis, whose heart was beating high to the drumbeats of the Salvation Army ,in his town. He used to stand at the edge of meetings and the drumbeats were the footsteps of righteousness, ,marching. God was marshalling his sol- PLUS RRST-RUN PICTURES STARTLINGLY LOW PRICES [5 C TII C After 6 and after Ll I on Sat., Sun. and Holidays diers .... To the drumbeat of the Salvation Army he march- ed to the Hebrew Union Col- lege to become a rabbi. He was of the Reform Jewish per- ] slim gummerville I suasion; but his religious in- spiration came rather from the II Zasu Pitts I Salvation Army. --iN-- It seems that even then as now I "THEY JUST HAD i Refrm was sterile and culd f" far little nourishment to the quest- ]TO GET MARRHED" i ing heart of a dreaming youth. And what could Orthodoxy have offered him? . . . An embalmed J corpse wrapped in the swathings of ritualism. I think Cronbach still hears drums beating. They beat ,for the march of mankind toward a more right- areas social scheme and God is the captain. It is a long and difficult march up steep mountains, over jagged rocks, throtrgh the thorns. And, it is to be guessed, th com- passion of Cronbach is not for the Jewish pilgrims alone. For it is one travail of one brot.herhood. (Copyright S. A. F. S.) 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Girls in the film were chosen from schools in Germany, where the pic- ture was made, which explains the freshness, realism and complete sim- plicity of the picture. Titles are in English, but hardly needed.--D.M.W. M ETROPOLITAN "Tattle Tales," with Frank Fay and Barbara Stanwyck in person, comes to the Metropolitan Theatre March 24-25-26. Mona Ray heads the list of principals. Others of prominence in the cast are Charles Kaley, the Three Theodores, FraE Hartgrave, the Chain Gang Jubilee Singers, Don Cummings, Nick Cope- land and the American Beauty chorus of 30 girls. Mail orders are now being received. Seats will go on sale Monday at the Metropolitan box office. VIENNA--The Union of Jewish Front Soldiers this week held a protest meeting against recent proc- lamations against the Jews by Aus- trian Bishops and other high church dignitaries. General Sommer, presi- dent of the Jewish Self Defense Corps, severely condemned agita- tion against the Jews by church authorities. He referred to a pastoral letter of the Bishop of Lint asking for the withdrawal of the rights of the Jews. The Supreme Sensation of the Century... MEET THEM FACE TO FACE FRANK BARBARA FAY and STANWYCK (IN PERSON) IN "'TA Title TALES" A Gay, Gorgeous MUSICAL REVUE. A Shim- mering Shower of Stars. 75 Stars of Stage and Screen.. all in Person. World's Loveliest Girls. Only Big Musical Revue Coming this Season. ull, lmjrlta||rjlEll 3 Days, FR,. SAT. SUN. m;/nvrvLi/RN March 24, 25, 26 Prices 50c to $9..00 ......... Matinee Saturday, March 9.5 MAKE US YOUR CASH AND CARRY CLEANING HEADQUARTERS NEW LOW CASH AND CARRY Cleaning Prices Men's or Ladies' 00olt Cleaned "J00C and Blocked ............................. /=_,.i Ladle's Plain Dresses and Plain Coats C and Suits ................................ All work except the actual gasoline work (which fire regulations prohibit) done on the premises. We also offer a prompt, courteous delivery service at slightly higher prices. 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