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Eb Jewish 00:ran$ript Page Seven t, 1924  April 1, 1924 Young Men's Hebrew Association The purpose of the Young Men's Hebrew Association is to carry on communal, fraternal, =""""""""".......,.....,...m..,,.......,.......,......._ social and educational work and to foster the moral, physical and spiritual development of the Secretary's Corner younger generation. 0R6ANIZATIONN = OFFICERS KS 'I  .D FIRI, Y.M.H.A. SPIRIT If you meet a person who tells you th'tt thkthat the Y.M.H.A. spirit is asleel) llye worke, just ask hinl if he attended tim Past d West o[ Presidents Night lanquet. Places )ye WorkS! were set for 200 I)eople and every one ay eover of them was oeeul)ied by an enthu-! h)or space siastic y booster. The t)anquet was men ant a tremendous success and that un- this insti conquerable Jewish spirit lu'evailed throughout the evening. Only one institutio conclusion can be arAved at and tlmt t tile Pan is that a rejuvenated Y has awakened. one of th leattle. I A DUTY YOU OWE , 1901 an, uihling ot , post oflic ear it wal m. In 1901 [(ling. Th has mai L sensatio# ssue of tll ,s are Lazar tile house Montague ranc waS ese firmS ive, secUl France, ilI to all lln: Tlle resignation of Vice President 1 ) Alhm l{mkles neeessitat.cs a specml election to fill this wtcaney. This special election will bc held during the meeting on April 2nd, 1924. It is ce at 141t your duty to be l)resent at that ineet- ml years, mg and assist the organization to orks is al secure tile best m.m for this important n with thi position. With the eonfing activities, i3(l:Yart ]llw:l( ;llo l  [a:ld ?elll. ( ?:pi:[illc of ShowUn- )ssessed b:that you are really interested in Y Walker i Wrk and attend this meeting. anager aill er and Viol ARE YOU OUT OF DEBT? open fol lines. Tile majority ef the members of the ,'Y have "dready cleared up their debt ANGUAt.to the organization. But some mem- ;bers are ill " " " ' " ,. , ,. -.-el  arrears in their oues. 11 l(l(lt sn w*(yo U ' '? Edit0: arc.m arrears and cannot attend " " ceckvt('"W'kcr'ah m'eetmg' why not nmil ill your ' ' Surely, you are interested in 00ii!!iii!i00!!ii00ii00i;!> - i: for the Jeh a .: has paid his dues. tirst time r conference used as a INITIATION FEE The Initiation Fee of Five Dollars I FRANC for membership in the Y has been Suspended until May 15. Until that ,t tlm credd.ttc members will be taken in upon Lh the assipayment of tive dollars for five ,ish firms onths due in advance. The Memebrshil) Committee eon- tsts of A. Rosenthal, chairman, Mike een, Sol Esfeld, Leo l(oenigsburg, lam Cohen and J. S. Friedman. Hoffman Bros. GROCERIES 1714 YESLER WAY The Fre# Or  i -er Your Matzos Now hand, r "'i EAst 8779 and finanu. nt refused t r -on the c0--" ) sell fran acute. T'I s was in t 1 warning ] .. ,t to ext, e I ,ish ill )as 'an- Dignity and refinement are essential character- istics of Butterworth Service Funeral Directors 300 E. Pine St. MA in 0949 J, Dlt. IfENRY II. SCIIWARTZ ...... ....................... PRESIDENT P. AI,I,I,,'N RICKLES ..... VICE-I)RES. ABF, B1HI)GI,] ............. Fro. Sc'. ]tYMA N WOI,FSTONE...Rc. Sc'v. IRVING l(l I,]S I,I,]IL ........... Taas. JOE KOSIKOFF ........ SOT.-&T-ARMs A. ROSENTHAL ............. Tltusr SOL ESFELD ............... TRUSTEE H. A. HOROWITZ ........... Tlvsr B. B. LUSTIG ............... TRUSTE Club Topics PIIIIAP TWOROGER ....... TRUSTEI LEO KOENIGSBURG ....... TRUSTEE SAM COItEN ................ TRVSV HARRY COHEN ............ TRt;ST S. B. ASIA .................... Tnusrs Y TO ORGANIZE SONGSTER CLUB Soon the Y Auditorium will re- veberate with melodi(>us tunes for a Y.M.It.A. (flee Clul is in the l)roeess of formation. Tim Glee Club will be trader the direction of Lester Rosen- thal. Any man who is under the imt)res- sion he can sing is :lsked to come up and try out for tile Glee Club. It will make no difference, at.cording to: Mr. Rosenthal, if tile inan belongs to; the Y. or does not. At)plieants can get in touch with Mr. Rosenthal at Iris lmme or at tlle County-City Building. SEEKS FREEDOM FROM UNORTHODOX SPOUSE Binghamton, N. Y. (J.T.A.)--Be- cause his wife attempted to force him to eat lmm, oysters and other un- kosher food, Max Moss of Ul)per Court Street, seeks annulment of his marriage to his wife, Mildred M. Moss. Moss alleges that his wife, who is a Jewess, led him to believe she was faithful to tile orthodox Jewish faith, but that after the eerenmny site vio- lated that religion and attempted to convert him to her beliefs, lie asks aImuhnent on the ground of mis- representation. I1[ STRAND A mystery l)ieture featuring Betty Comps(m, Ricilard Dix, Lewis Stone and Tully Marslmll is "The Stranger" this week's offering at the Strand. The 1)hotoplay is based on the novel, "Tile First and the Last," by John Galsworthy. PALACE HIP At Second and Spring WILL KING & CO. In "HOT DOG" For Lautghln, Purposes 0nly HERMIE KING'S" Super-Symphonic Artists 30 - RUNWAY BEAUTIES - 30 COLUMBIA THEATRE Starthttr Saturday, March 29 Winifred Bryson in "THE LAW FORBIDS" and L. ttAUPTMAN'S ALL-ARTIST ORCHESTRA South, is showing on the Coliseum/I T   screen tiffs week The story contains a conflict between the hill folk and ex- ploiters from the lowhmds, but the/i N;175 inain struggle is between the native FAIRBANKS, Jr. idealism of a mountain boy and the// in "Stephen Steps Out" I circumstances that keep lfim down.. YOU, who've played Mal,-Jongg, SHOUTED Pong, Chow, or Quongg; YOU, who've play@ Auction. Bridge, WHEN you cuss, fi,ss and squidge; YOU, Who've played Dra, w-Poker WITH 4 deuces the prewfiling joker; OR I)layed games of some other sort MISNAMED healthy ,indr, sport, YOU have every r(tson to regret YOUR absence from the "Y" banquet IN HONOR of "Past-Presidents-Night" CARRIED out to our heart's delight. $ * $ THE Y. M. It. A. was very proud OF the enthusiastic crowd WHICH tilled the, assembly ball RESPONSIVE to i, ts urgent, call. TABLES were lad(m with. juicy meats AND variety of other palatble eats. SERVING beverages of Sobriety-- NOT of the prolfibited, variety--. THE entertainment numbers rendered * $ WERE masterful, graciously tendered. RABBI Winograd opened the celebration WITH an inlt)ressive wocation. DR. SCHWARTZ. president of the association REVIEWED the past, and present determination TO utilize every opportunity FOR the, service to the community. MORRIS Robl)ins withkeen intelligence AND rare forensic eloquence, MADE tim "LIFE MFMBERSHIP" Presentation TO tbe Past Presidents of the assoeiation IN appreciation of services rendered AND they interest,the, engendered. "TRUE Religion versus Intolerance" GERM of bigotry and, ignorance, WAS Judge Smith's masterful theme, GONDF_4YIING the un-American scheme OF the "White-flooded" organization FOR "white, native-born, Protestant Nation." MR, Beggs, of high "Masonic", acclaim, SPOKE of Israel's traditional fame, ITS place in industry and mart, IN science, literature and art. PHIL Tworoger, the "Oracle" among men, HANDED Cbesty Bridge a fountain pen FOR his faithful collection of cheeks FROM the A. O. S; (h,linquent rough-necks. THE last speaker was Hon;fl'om Revelle. AND really, you could not tell $ $ * WHETHER tile lawyer or the preacher WAS the real donfinant feature. IF vociferous applause is,any indication TOM mesmerized our whole organization. $ * $ THUS ended our brilliant affairl AREN'T YOU sorry YOU were'nt there? COLISEUM "The Itill Billy," a stirring tale of life among tile mountaineers of tile COLUMBIA "Tile Law Forbids," with beautiful Winifred Bryson in the central role is the attraction on the screen at the Columbia this week This picture is heralded as one of Universal's best releases of the season. BLUE MOUSE Lillian Gish has returned to the screen in one of the biggest and most impressive l)icturc of tim year, "The I White Sister" which is showing at tile Blue Mouse this week. The star's I art and magnetic 1)ersonality lift to a I high phme the big screen version of tile popular novel of the same name by F. Marion Crawford. MILLION DOLLAR HEILIG "Ite's his dad all over again." This opinion, vouchsafed by those wild love already seen Mm on tile screen, presages a surfeit of enter- tainment for fihn fans who visit the Million Dollar Heilig the week of Friday, March 28, when Douglas Fairbanks Junior makes his Seattle debut in the Paramount picture "Stet)hen Steps Out." In a typical Richard Harding Davis story replete with thrills and sup- )orted by a brilliant cast including such names as Theodore Roberts, Harry Myers, Noah Beery and other celebrities, Fairbanks has an excel- lent chance to establish himself in favor of local audiences. LIBERTY Why do men le've home? The an- swer is given in a decidedly clever and humorous fashion in tile picture en- titled, "Why Men Leave Home," showing at the Liberty tiffs week. Lewis Stone and lIelen Chadwick are the principal characters. A I)aselrfll league consisting of teams from various Jewish organiza- tions is being sponsored by the Y.M.It.A. A committee consisting. of A. Bridge and B. B. Lustig are working out the details of the ar- rangement. According to present plans the following teams will be asked to place te-tms in the Jewish league: Y.M.It.A., B'nai B'rith, Menorah, Maeal)ees and Junior Congregation, Teml)le lie Itirsch. A handsome silver cup will be pre- sented the championship team at the end of the se'lson, it is announced by the cmmnittee. Seeretaris of organ- izations desiring to enter teams are requested to eolmnunicate with either Mr. Bridge or Mr. Lustig. AMUSEMENTS HAS DEJUDAISED TESTAMENT Berlin (J.T.A.)--The New Testa- mcnt, free from all Jewish influence, is the latest invention of the German anti-Senfites in their fight to rid thmnselves of all Semitic elements in their political and religious life. Arthur Dinter, the well-known anti- Semite, who tried in a book published recently to "throw light" upon the Talmud has aceoml)lished this mar- velous work. Ite claims to have been able to "dejudaise" the New Testa- ment on the trlsis of the original (Ireek text which he los translated into Gernmn. lie widely advertises the book in the l)ress, stating that he has been able l.,) (,mit, what he calls, the Jewish and dogmatical falsitiea- tions. The anti-Semitic press claims that the Jews are exerting pressure upon the (h)vermnent tu have the book legally prohibited. FORM LEAGUE