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O -, JE 3, 1938 THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT, SEATTLE From PAGE THREB 1,000,000 Orthodox U. S. Jews !s Goal Of Drive For Hebrew Education le NEW YORK (WNS)--A campaign Mr. Weiss also ammunced plans for nf American policy from our l)egin- .- I raise $1,000,000 through $1 gifts raising $25,000 with which to provide nings as a n'tion. I ch of the estimated 1,000,000 Or- a sullsidy of $500 to cach of 50 rural Spe'ders at the convention in- ;h Idox Jews in tim United States, Jcwish commmfities in many parts cluded Joseph N. Proskauer, Repre- r e money to go for coordin'ttion of of tile country to enable them to de- sentative Sol Bhlom and Representa- [thodox religious education and fray the cost of org:tnizing IIel)rew tire Bruce Barton, Judge Samuel [e support of Yeshiw College in Mandelbaum, Dr. Bernard Revel, [eW York, tim Chicago Theoh)gical Rablli lIerb(;rt S. Goldstein and ?inary and other Americ'm yeshi- Judge Nathan D. l'erhnan. s and Tahnu(1 Torahs, was "m- Mr. Weiss w'm l'celected president punted this week bv William Weiss, of the Union and Mrs. Isidore Freed- I resident of the Un'ion of Orthodox man was named ln'esident of the  [Wish Congregations in a rel)ort to women's branch, succeeding Mrs. |  I e organization's 40th .umiversary lIerbert S. Gohlstein, who held the IIvention office for 13 ye'u's. imgle Query " Budd More oBe Voted Paroehml 00pon In Poll Schools--Cry NIW Y()I l [  { ( (WNS)--The four estions which the American ,h;w- [h Congress was to have submitted pall l)articipants in a l)/el)iscite to b be hehl in conn(tlon wtt h ns eni0C/ali " ' ' / ". "/ d " ;e elections on June 2,,, 26 [" 27 Were al)andoncd this weelc and ]' their phtce voters will be 'tsked to ehu.e themselves on 1)ut one ques- t011 asldng. "I)o you favor :t union of all Alneri- Ill Jewish groups engaged ill safe- ltrding the equal rights of Jews, [tUeh siall un(lertake to cre.tte, for e.de[ense of such rights, 't single all- [ClLlSlVe agency organized on a oer.ttic, relnesenl.ttive basis, in yrtlance wil;h Ame;'ii:an ideals?". i nnouneement of the dmnge t;ame [}era meeting of the Congress a(1- llaistrative eonunittee T " he announcement did not use tim l "plebiscite," but referred tea erendum. The change in the estions does not affcct registra- for tim elections. [lI. Maldwin Fertig, national ch'tir- tan of [o the board of elections, re- tted that 200,000 I)ooldcts contMn- [g tea registration certilicates each [ave ah'ea(ly been distributed lt%Ughout the country. aai BMth poses Ballot D. C. (WEB)- nation of "a conference of rel)re- democratic Jewish organi- to "secure unified action" present emergency and the of a "cooperative l)hm in democratic Jewish organiz,t- shall participate, so that all in a defense program nmy be d" were prol)osed by the B'nai COnvention in ' letter to D,'. S. Wise, president of the 'lean Jewish Congress, declining InVitation to particip'tte ill the democratic elections arm Eate, publication of the text of this week revealed. Led I)y Alfred M. Cohen, retir- B'rith 1)resident, the letter views of the conventi(m on May 11 at an execAttive on before the Congress changed 'Orm of its plebiscite. lc letter not only turns d(,wn the alien but describes the xwty in  the election has been called as rtunate in that no other or- atti(m was consulted, and such eCtion, instc,td of unifying Jew- )rganizations, is al)t to create .cr differences among tllcm.'; for ever)'Ir e letter also rebukes tim Con- il for having "never accepted Judais .)ald unqualilied l)'rticil)ation"  any w P'' llli rOl)osal so' . for ,. COOl)erative, , , 1)ro- ity adi t , aargnlg t} l "its a(cel)lance [ favors lit always })een COul)led with reser- en more )e, tolls calcuhtte(i to preserve unim- Fwherc lii(Ited liberty of action and exl)res- rl 1) ...... gue. IIr{ss ,Y the Americ.tn Jewish Con- ust be ing like t Ollegians Y" b. Race Bias s). To Vote Issue ISON, Wis. (WNS)--What unt to the first tln(l(u'- poll on the question nf was ordered this week by eat Chu'ence A. Dykstra of the ty of Wisconsin when he an- that a general student u Would be held to settle the crsy over the ousting of J. Davis, t Jewish student, of the l)aily C,n'dinal, stu- paper. (WNS)--The new har- Aviv this week greeted the tll(ling ef immigrants as the Steamer Galilee In'ough 100 and immigrants, inclu(ling a of tourists from the United d the S. S. Rumania dis- 30 immigrants. REPRESENTATIVE SOL BLOOM ... he spoke with fellow Congress- man Bru0e Barton, adman-solon, to the Orthodox convention l --Menorah Journal. school teachers in areas now lacking them. A message from President Roose- veil, to the convention exl)ressed the hope that "all who participate will renew their devotion to those prin- ciples of civic and religious liberty wilich are embodied in our Constitu- tion and have l)een the cornerstone PikePlace PUBLIC MARKET FIRST AND PIKE FRESHER FOODS LOWER PRICES "MEET THE PRODUCER" NEW YORI(.---The Jewish l)',ro- chial school was described 1)y Rabbi Josel)h leokstein of New York as the ide.d to 1)e striven for in Jewish edu- cation, in a statement this week to the 40th :umuaI convention of the Union of Orthodo Jewish Congreg't- lions as the i'ecomnmnd,ttion of it.s Nation.d Orthodox Board of Jewish Education. Dr. Lookstein said there are 15 such schools in New Yo,'k and lhat their gradu.ttes compare favorably in American studies with students ill secuhu' schools, lie s,dd they far surl)ass the aver,tge Sunday School or T.dmud Torah student in their IIebre, w learningl "The time should come," he said, "when, like the Catholics, we refuse to dedicate a synagogue unless there is a nearby parochial school in which to educate the children." lie sMd, "Sund'ty or S.d)l)ath school training is much too super= fieial and not in keeping with Ortho- dox Judaism." For those students who go to pub- lit; schools, lie said, there shouhl be Tahnud Torahs with " stand.u'd cur- riculum such as that issued by the National Orthodox Board of Jewish Education. THE BEST We know the above phrase has been abused. And we detest it. But so many of our customers have told us, OLYMPIC DAIRY PRODUCTS are the BEST, that they have convinced us that possibly this is the only word that can convey our meaning. 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Fotheringh:mi serv- ing :ts chairnmn, a (;row(led audience attended a city-wide meeting this week of the Society of Jews and (hristians which h'td for its sul)ject, "Jews and Gentiles--1,'oes or Neigh- ])ors'." l"ather C. 1t. S. ]hinge, (',.R., di- vided the reasons for f,'iction I)etween CI.istians and Jews into three classes---religious, soci:d and l)oliti- cal. He blamed the early Christians who were responsil)le for the segrega- tion of the .lews for creating iwcsent prol)huns. "The exc, lusive n.tl innalism of Eur- ope today is the curse of the world. Thank God that the Jews are ahvays on the side of peace. I thanl God for the tenacity and ol)stinacy of lhe Jews, for loday they are witness to the I)ankrul)tcy of any I)olicy of per- secuti()n, l'ersecution is the device of l)ankrupt l)oliticians and is cow- mlice," he concluded. Mayor Presides At African Anti-Hate Day I'RETORIA, So. Africa.--A So- ciety of Jews and Christians was formed here this week. DR. UNOSAWA DISEASES OF EN AND WOMEN. NERVOUS AND CItRONIC DISEASES. MATERNITY CASES, SURGERY. 420 Maynard Ave. ELLIOTT 5431 ELLIOTT 6152 I l00l00OPlLE II Hitler Regime Hated By Half II '" ,00,ws II of America, Survey Shows -- --  " BY PHINEAS g. BIRON tunity . . . Just another ilhlstration Transcript Special Writer of the point that the Government is Did" you know that the Institute acting wisely ...... in its stand on ihe qd- of Public Opinion has taken a poll mission nf refugees. which shows that 50 per cent of Am- AD/% ........ ericans believe Uncle Sam will have z*,JU:/' #'/,'O_PL" to take up arms against the Nazis The official portrait of President one of these days? Roosevelt will be painted by Leon When good will awards are lmnded Gordon. out sonm kind of prize ought to go Marcus Feder, Cleveland octo- to the leaders of Minnesota's Farm- genarian, is credited with being the er-Labor Party. When A. I. IIarris, "father" of the modern popular Jewish editor of the Minnesota cigarette- but he's no cigarette Leader, the party's publicatim b of- smoker himself. fered to resign to lessen -lttacks on Sifirly Fuchs, 19-ycar-old grand- the l)arty, the leaders unanimously niece of l'rof. Sigh'rand 1,'feud, is refused to let lnm. training to 1)c a New York poliec- Congrats to Moe Annenl)erg, Phil- woman.. Morris Gest is writing his adelphia publisher, and 1)ave 1)unk- autobiogr'q)hy AI)r,tsha Brainin, ehnan, Toronto merchant- tailor 15-ye,w-ohi grandson Of llebraist prince, on the union of their families Reubcn Brainin, has just broken DR JULIAN MORGENSTERN when l)unkelm'm's d.lughter m'u'ries .mother high school swinnning record .. he broke a record[ Annenberg's son. up in Montreal. Head Of Seminary Ordains 193 Rabbis (IN(INNAT[ (WNS)--With the ordination of four new r:d,his at tile colnln(nc(Hn(qlt exercises of the lIe- I)rew Union College Satu,'day, l)r. Julius Morgenstern, I)resident of the oldest r'd)binical scminary in the country, inducted into the ral)l)inate 193 men, the largest number to have been ordained by 'tny single rabbi in the United States. l lighlight ef graduation week w.ts the American premier of Stefan Zweig's poetie.d dram. b "Jeremiah," presente(t out of doors on the steps of the College lil)rary. Vladeck In Hospital After Eye Operation NEW YORK (WNS)---B. Charney Vladeck, chairman of the Jewish Lal)or (omnfittee and member of the N. Y. Council, was recovering this week from an operation on his right eye at the Eye Institute of 1)rsbyterian lIospital. The opera- tion was necess.try to save his sight. Man Who Advised Kaiser Dies On Boat LONI)ON (W N S )--l)r. Philip Rcinhardt, German-Jewish industri- alist and soldier, who was the former Kaiser's adviser on tinancial and economic questions and who incurred the Kaiser's wrath for warning him that Germany's ch'mces of winning the World War wouht be dooIned if the United States joined the Allies, died this week aboard the steamer on which he was crossing the English Channel eli route to London. lie w.ls 60 years ohl .md a native of an ohl .lewish banking f'unily in Mannheim. David Sassoon, 73, Passes In Shanghai SIIANGI[AI (WNS)--David Elias Sassoo]l ]nclnl)er of the fanlous family of Jewish l)ankers and l)hil- 'm(.hrol)is(s, die(I here this week at the age of 73. Uncle of Sir Victor Sass(ion, English racing cnthusias(, the deceased was o,m of the few mem- bers of the family not actively i(lenl- ified with Jewish affairs. lh)w h)ng, yc thoughtless, will ye h)ve thoughtlessness? Ilow hmg will scorners delight lhcm in scorning and fools hate k,n)wledge? YO U SHO ULD KNOW Some kind of precedent was set when the cantors' union llicketcd a Philadell)hia synagogue. Yehudi Menuhin will net over $150,000 for his tiddling this season. Too 1)ad if its true, as reported, that Ludwig Lewisohn is placing his cn- tirc collcciion of art objects .tml Jew- ish antiques on sale . . . Peter Lch- nlan, yonng son of the Governor of New York, is now an employe in the Wall street firin of Lehman Broth- ers . . . If some of your friends blos- som cut with buttons bearing the lcttcrs LOOlllt you will know that they h've joined the Loyal Order of lIadassah llusbands, st'u'ted on Long Island I) 3, men drafted for lIadassah service by timir wives. Don't p'ty any attention to that hooey about Roumanian anti-Semi- tes hating Lupescu bec'tuse she's a Jewess . . . The truth is that sire is the daughter of a Jassy chemist who became a Catholic in order to obtain a license. Her mother was born a Catholic, attd Madga was baptized in that faitil. She didn't know she had Jewish blood until she was ful- ly grown--and then she revenged herself by turning anti-Semite . . . Virtually every iml)ortant anti-Sem- ite in Roumania comes to her for advice nowadays, and Gog.t got the prenfiershil) on her recommendation. Equally cockeyed is the report that two of Bucharcst's leading liberal dailies, Dimineata and Adverul, were SUpln'essed by Goga because they are Jcwish-owned. Both pap- ers were sold by their Jewish pub- lishers a year ago, to avoid the anti- Scmitic terror. SUCCESS STORY At 14, he sohl candy I)ars at 1L'mt- merstein's Manhattan Opera tIouse in New York City. At 37 he bought this fantous l'mdmark for $750,000. llis name is Abe Ellis, an East Side boy whose father was It presser in a sweatshop, lie's transforming the theatre, which last ye'w house(l Max Reinhardt's "Eternal Road," into a huge auditorimn for hanquets, dances, conve,dions and exhil)itions. The other day he tried to find "t name for thc tramformed theatre, and decided to c.tll it the George Gershwin Room... He wants to I)ay Lribute to the l.ttc American compo- ser, ,flso an East Side boy, Whose name will renmin in the history of Ainerican culture. Abe and George didn't know each other, but they are t)oth syml)ols of what imnfigrants' sons c'm do when given the oppor- ])r Alexander Silvernnm, head of chemistry deparlnmnt at the Uni- versity of Pittsburgh, has been selected by the State l)epartnmnt as an official deleg'lte to the Interna- tional Congress of Chemistry to be heht in Rome... Illinois' Governor lIorner is ine of the best-known col- Iccters of Lincolni'l He got that way because the law part,mr's fatimr was once the law partner of Lincoln The llorner collection of 6,000 items is finer than that in the Libra,'y of Congress. 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