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APRIL 8, 19 APRIL 8, 1938 THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT, SEATTLE PAGE SEVEN Rites 00)icture Highlights In The News Of The Week 'others )r shawl. te funeral the brothers to he hospital m vainly e was bound Letery on Mt. 'ent to the Je d on the l Richard Tr aers who had r even to the earth, went to sting place ap :se, Bul med ;he studied to 1 clan in Hunter ly, five feet rdy build, with d ad eyes. March of last ded to go to sight be of in a New Lay never see the tearful p r husband Ar[ yn Post Office! Her husband helps run the largest matzos factory in the world, ~ }t While Passover means meeting production quotas for RabbiHirsch get killed m pFnischewitz, it means lighting the traditional candles and setting the sing over thersP zqay table for Mrs Manischewtiz, who like many another Jewish ', and she had tUsewife, will show homemakers-to-be how to arrange a Passover bey her arrivalale. Below you see how the matzos you eat are made. ,hich she was l ed, but Sonia i ribs were broke stop to have he went on t of whom were ,e, December, and eunion. S. S. Manhattt 'is where r reached a heart attac board ship. returned the grief of ! e are no tears. e continues he; for Spanish lonth, with th tl fling herself dizzy vortex ,th are one e through tht b earth with ms{ one, sparing aI rays there are t be helped tle sorrows are greater suffer e. ms has no tie %:. '"===:'=:iiii:::{?,!i!i::,:. "::+%iiii , !{i ,iiiiii iiii:=:: ........ i i i: i=:i; ii }ii bin .1858, just 80 years ago, when the first matzos factory was estab- , o m this country, unleavened bread was baked in basement kit- i ens" Today, science helps bake the millions of matzos made in the c Law largest matzo bakery in Jersey City, N. J., when only 5 minutes z--eeded to mix, bake and matzo batch. A n,000 foot conveying [n Trlal0000 speeds the process, box a ! ANS (W. N. S.)- d a small grave Ten ebrew were eite Kramer Ion Board in o fis wife who ar in the penite kskcd by the e( ng revenge, demanded obser el n 111 a n d hie I 1 t S s spouse with ttl'e wllat I ; the plaque, and ; by," he said (1 "they are rricd another oree(l fronl 'tcd nf bigamy )w she asks a J. U. Manischewitz, head of the world's largest matzos bakery in Jersey City, N. J., examines the photo- electric cell he invent- ed to count the mat- zos, alloting 13 to each one-pound carton. )n :ation! ,M (W. N. S.)' in tim worhl to -proof shelter agogue of tl was convertil , a refuge GEORGE BERNARD SHAW . "Hitler is stupidl" Irish Wit Slashes At Adolf Hitler LONDON (W. N. S. )-- Hitler lmsn't solved the Jewish problem, "hc's created it" and by Iris treat- ment of the Jews lms "(lamaged Iris intellectual credit to an extraordi- nary extent," George Bernard Shaw, famed h'ish author, declared this week in an interview pul)lishcd in the London D.dly Express. "Eu- rope could hardly 1)e more disagree- ably surprised if he (IIitler) had revived witch 1)urning," Shaw said. "The exiling of Einstein and the confiscation of his property was Hit- ler's stupidest act. Einstein may yet be the winner." Hebrew U. Savant Hailed CAIRO, Egypt, (W. N. S.)--A lte- 1)rew University scientist ll'ts m'tde what is "prol)ably the gre'ttcst step in the struggle against leprosy made in recent years," the International Leprosy Conference was toht this week by its president, Dr. Victor IIeiscr of New York, wlm reported on experiments made by Dr. Saul Adler. Dr. llciser said that Dr. Adler has successfully innocul'tted 't rat with leprosy and then commu- nicated the disease to other rodents. "The pathology of leprosy thus cal- tivatcd more closely resembles the pathology of human leprosy than any other cultivated in other ani- mals," Dr. Iteiser said. "Moreover, this particular test lms never before been effcctcd with any other animals." Italian Radio Fires 90 Jewish Technicians ROME (W. N. S.)--Ninety Jewish technical eml)loyes of Italian radio stations have been dismissed, ac- cording to announcement this week in the anti-Semitic paper, II Tevere. G0c, $1.00,1.25 (Tax Included) NEW PRICE POLICY PAUL BOESCH presents WRESTLING Civic Aud.--Each Friday Nits DR. BONNELLE Chiropractor-Drugless Physician FEVER-THERAPY COLON IRRIGATIONS 114 Broadway N., CA. 2720 Residence, KE. 1206-R12 PLANT NOW! CHAS. MALMO NURSERY "Everything For Your Garden" Send for New Bulb Catalog Also New Nursery Catalog NURSERYMEN SINCE 1893 ---- 888 Denny Way--at 4th Ave. MAin 1120 i BONNEY-WATS0N I COMPAny II FUNERAL DIRECTORS II EAsT 0013 II 1702 BROADWAY SEATTLEJ[ i ANNIVERSARYI--Here you see an aerial view of Hebrew University on Mount Scopus, in Jeru- salem, which observed the 30th anniversary of its founding on April 1. Beginning in 1925 with one building, 64 students, a faculty of 30, a curriculum of 12 courses in four departments, it now has 12 buildings, a student body of over 800, a faculty of 110, and a broad program of teaching and research whose standards are on a par with those of the world's leading universities. Uncle Of Frankfurter Jailed, Freed WASIIINGTON, D. C. (W.N.S.)-- Dr. Solomon Frankfurter, octoge- narian uncle of Prof. Felix Frank- farter of the ltarvard Law School, was released this week from jail in Vienn' as a result of intervention of the American State Department. l)r. Frankfurter is an eminent scho- l'r. The State l)epartment has 1)een asked by the Jewish War Veterans to intercede in behalf of Captain Sig- round von Frie(tman, president of the Austrian Jewish War Veterans, who is under arrest. A Warsaw rel)ort stated tlmt General Gorecld, presi- dent of the Polish section of FIDAC, international federation of allied war veterans, trod appealed to FI- DAC headquarters in t'aris to seek the relc.me of Captain von Friedman. IAly Pens Cancels Vienna Appearance I)ETROIT -- Behause sbe does not approve "of what the Nazis are do- ing to culture" in Austria, Lily Pens, French Metropolitan Opera soprano, lids week cancelled her scheduled April appearance in Vienna. "There will be no more fine music in Vienn. in a short time," she said. "The symphony orchestra and the opera company are being put under Nazi control, which in my mind, will very soon conpletely ruin them, I am not in sympathy with such tac- tics." Russia Will Halt Nazi March, Rabbi Predicts ATLANTA, Ga.--lf Gernmny in- wdes Czechosh)vaki.t, Soviet Russia will act. This is the prediction made this week by bahl-pated Rabbi Isaac E. Mareuson, of Macon, Ga., based upon Iris visit last year to tim U. S. R.R. Gives $1,O00 RABBI SOLOMON GOLDMAN . . he'll give $1,000 a year l Rabbi Seeks Aid For Zion BROOKLYN', N. Y.--Rabbi Solo- mon Goldman, silvery-haired think- er who beads Clficago's largest Con- servative synagogue, launched a one- man ten year plan of giving in order to safeguard Palestine against parti- tion. He announced that he would give $1,000 a year for the next 10 years to Hadassah. He tlfinks other Americans should do likewise. Nazi Swastika Floats Over King David Hotel JERUSALEM--The Nazi Swas- tika this week flew over King David Hotel, modern Jerusalem hostelry nanmd for the famous Biblical king of the ltebrews. The German national einblem was hoisted over the hotel in lmnor of Lt. Col. Oscar yon tlindenburg, son of the late German president and army lmro, who w,ts stopping there on a tour of the Near East. Nazis Routed In Trenton, Vets Talk TRENTON, N. J. (W. N. S.)-- A scheduled meeting of the German- American Band in Heil's II,dl was converted into an anti-Nazi rally this week when war veterans and trade unionists carrying anti-Hitler signs occupied all seats in the lmll before the Nazi group "u'rived. Wil- liam Kuntz, national Btmd organi- zer, tried to .Mdress tbe crowd but afrer being booed and hissed forten minntcs gavc Ul) and left. The meet- ing then contimmd 'ts 'tn anti-Nazi dcnumstralion with speakers' rep- resenting the Amcrican Legion, thel Jewish War Veterans and labor organizqtions taking the platform. U. S. War Veterans Denounce Hitlerites NEW BEDFORD, Mass (W. N. S.) --The German-American Bund was characterized as "public enemy No. 1" in a resolution adopted this week by the Adnrews-l).dfill Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. The New Bedford Voiture 577 of the American Legion's "40 and 8" Society, also condemned the Bund and called upon the State legislature to curl) its activities. Zachary, Ex-Seattleite, Talks For Silver Shirts NEW CASTLE, Pa (W. N. S.)-- A meeting of tim local branch of tim Silver Shirt Legion was held in an abandoned garage to the accoml)ani- ment of boos and a cross fire of ques- tions from indignant residents this week after the Fascist, anti-Jewish organization was denied use of the city hall and the Catlmdr'fl Ball- room. Principal speaker was Roy Zachary, deseril)ed as "national fiehl marshal." Dr. Weizmann Threatens To Resign As Head Of World Zionists If Partition Policy Changed LONDON (WNS)--Stung by criti- cism leveled "t tim Zionist Executive in connection with partition negoti- ations with the British Government, Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of the Jewish Agency, this week re- minded the Zionist Actions Com- mittec tlmt his associates and lie were working in accordance with tbe resolution adopted at the last Zionist Congress, and said that if that policy were changed he "would be unable to continue in the leadership." Warning the Actions Committee that the Jewish position was growing graver every moment in Europe, as attested by the calanfity that had just befallen the Jews of Austria, Dr. Weiznmnn asserted: "Jews are ex- actly in the same position today as they were before the Balfour Declar- ation except that they were much weaker, although the Zionist move- men( and the Yishuv in Palestine were stronger." Declaring that the political situa- tion in Palestine was "serious," Dr. Weizmann expressed belief that "the center of gravity has now shifted to America." He therefore proposed an increase in American Jewry's responsibility through establishment of a Zionist political office in America to be ad- nfinistered by Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president of the Zionist Organization of America, and Louis Lipsky, Am- erican member of the Zionist Execu- tive. Dr. Weizmann gave lfis assurance that in his oral and written commu- nications with the British govern- nmnt, lm had been firm in insisting upon the Peel scheme for partition as a minimum basis of discussion. David Ben Gurion, chairman of the Jewish Agency Executive, said he believed that a Jewish State in a smaller Palestine would bring the Jewish redemption closer. IIe said he was unable to guaran- tee the safety of a Jewish State in a small area, "but, on the other band, those insisting upon the retention of the Mandate were unable to guar- antee that the Jews could obtain a majority througt the Mandate." l)isturbcd 1)y reports on the econ- onfic situation presented by Eliezer Kaplan, treasurer of the Jewish Agency, the Actions Comnfittce ap- pointed a commission of 15 to work out a program to deal with financial and economic conditions in Palestine. Zionist national funds require $10,000,000 not only for economic strengthening of the Yishuv, but for lmlstering the Jewish political situa- tion in Palestine, Kaplan said. A REAL ITALIAN DINNER $1.00 "Nothing Like It In Town" Make Reservations for Banquets and Parties ITALIAN VILLAGE CAFE 1413 FFT AVENUE Phone SE. 9775