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PAGE SIX a" ', THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT, SF.ATTLE JUNE 3, Bhhop's Daughter Urges Boycott Of German Goods NEW YORK (WNS)--Plans for strengthening the anti-Nazi boycott in the United States were adopted this wcck at the amntal convention of the Non-Sectaritm Anti-Nazi League and the annual conference of the Women's Division of the Joint Boycott Cotmcil meeting on the same day but in different parts of the city. The League's conference elected a national beard of 72 which will choose new ottieers and an executive director. The 325 dtdegates repre- scoring 305 organizati(ms in 27 states authorized the c.onvcning of a national parley of all groups engaged in boycott work. After he'iring addresses by lh!l)rc- sentative Dickstein, ]'rof. ],'ritnz Bous, Williqm Collins, New Yo,'l rel)resentative of the American Fed- erati,m of ],abel and l)r. MAx Wiuk- ]er, tlle convention v(!il on ret:nrd :is" favoring "t Congressional probe of Nazi aetivilies and olq)osing a Congressi(mal })ill to end labeling of imported merchandise. The Women's 1)i vision of lhe .Joint lh)yeott Council voted t() Sl)Onsor it disl)lay of American sul)slitules for Nazi-made goods at the World's F.dr and 1)le(lge(l continuance of l)ea('eful picketing of boycott vi()lators. Speake,'s inehuled Mrs. Stel)hen S. Wise; l)orothy Me('.onncll, daughter of Bishop Francis J. McConnell; and Elinore llerrick, director of the secen(1 region, National Labor Re- hitters Board. Gov. Horner Probes New Nazi Group CIIICAGO (WNS)---An investiga- tion of the Amerie.in Rangers, a quasi-military erganization with ideals simil.u' to the Nazi Bund and the Silver Shirts, was trade,' way here this week on ortlcrs of Gov. Itenry llorner, after Army intelligence of- ricers broke up it secret drill session of the organization in the 132nd Na- tional Gtmrd Armory. Heading the probe is Col. William Spc.m:cr, division ehief of military in- telligence. Edwin Paul Richter is commander- iu-chief of the American Rangers. Col. Philip Gerrard, a former United St'ltes Army major, is vice-president, and Justus Chancelhn', a lawyer, is I)resident. The organization is slti(l to be mak- ing a th'ive for 1,000 members in each of the 48 states. MARRIAGE FORBIDDEN In Germany, during the Middle Ages, only one member of a househohl was permitted to marry, the other members of the family being com- lltdled to either emigra|e or remain unm.rried. Christians Must Fight Bigots--Bishop LONI)ON (WNS)--It is the duty of Christians to help the Jews "whose life is even worse than that of dogs," Dr. ]Ienry Wilson, Bishop of Chehns- ford, deel.u'ed this week in the cur- rent issue of the Diocesan Chronicle. "The he'lrt and eonseience of a great many, if not all of us must be seriously trottbled by the l)ersecution to which non-Aryans are subject in Gcrmany.uM Austria," the ]ishol) wrote. "1 e'tnnot stale too strongly ]row firmly I believe it is our /)lain duly to help the recALl)ors of these bitlerly, savagely lie:.seeute(l races, ' l)r. Wilson also ridiculed the t'ill)- surd llitlerist raci,dism." $367,798 Is Charity Gift NEW Y()ILK (WNS)--Bequesls anmunting to $367,798 were left to (Ira llel)rew ()rphan Asylum, the M(. Sinai ]losl)ital , the Na(ionnl Jewish ]Iospital in l)enver, Monleiiore llos- pital and the Cripphd Chihh'en's East Side Free School in lhe will of the late Frederick C. Gohlsmith, ap- liraisal of his esllile revealed this week, lie. left $183,899, one third of his residue estate, to the first two-named institutions anti it simihu" amount to be divided equally among tile latter three institutions. N. Y. Nazis Are Snubbed NEW YORK (WNS)--Al)pearing as uninvited guests at the rifth an- ntml memorial service of the National Maritime Association on the steps of the United States Custom IIouse, 200 uniformed members of the Ger- man-American Bund, led by their nation.t[ leader, Fritz Kuhn, this week were publicly snubbed and cohi-shouldercd. When the Nazis arrived, Josel)h P. Ryan, llresident of the International Longshoremen's Association, refused to aecept an aw.u'd in their presence, and received it indoors in priwtte. Custom house officials who are members of the American Legion re- fused to send their colors out for the ceremony while the Nazis remained and tim crowd of 500 gathered for the exercises began muttering against the Nazis. Kuhn and his followers shewed up to honor Dr. Ihlgo Eckener, who was to have received "ui awar(l, but he failed to appear. ] FUNERAL DIRECTORS 11 Fighting Each Other / EAsT 0013 /I MONTREAL (WNS)--Dissensil,n ]1702 BROADWAY SEATTLI I in leadership of the Nati(mal Social " Christian Party, Canada's anti-Se- Carkeek, Harris, Harris and Carroll Empire Building. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. STATE OF WASHINGTON,\\; County of K ng. Jss. Sheriff's Office By virtue of an OItDEIL OF SALE issued out of the Honorable Superior Court of King County, on the 25th day of May, 1938, by the clerk thereof in the case of VICTOR. G. SKINNER, as Liquidator and Receiver of The Home Savings and Loan Association, mitic and Nazi l)a,'ty, WAS disclosed this week when Adricn Arc'tn(1, na- tional leader, ousted J. E. Lessard and 1),'. J. G. Lambe,'t, his two l)rin- cipal aides, on charges of insubordi- nation. Lamlmrt is the man resllonsil/le for the (.ireuhtti,m of tens of thous'mds of COl)ies of a violently "uiti-Jewish I)amphlet called "The Key to the Mystery." Lambert and Lessard ammunced They Plead To Aid Kinsmen Arm Holy Land Colonists Against Arab Rioters, Urge British ZionL____ "HELP OUR BROTHERS I"--The conference of nations, called by President Roosevelt, meets July 6 at Evians, France, tackling the problem of refugees from the Nazi-infected area in Central Europe. Indication of the scope of the problem, and of the methods which will have to be applied, is furnished by the reaction of the American relatives of the refugees and those still suffering within the swastika prison. Above is the camera's record of a daily scene in the headquarters of HIAS (Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society) in New York City, where American relatives come for advice and guidance as to how to help their kin through immigration to more hospitable shores. Since Anschluss, more than 10,000 pleas for aid have been made to HIAS branches. Murals Tell Of Jew In America ]I1GIITSTOWN, N. J. (WNS)-- The story of the flight of Jews fr,)m 1)ogroms abroad to a new and hal)pier life in America is unfolded in a series of gral)hic groull studies making u 1) a mural 48 feet hmg by 12 feet high which was unveiled this week in the new $80,000 schoolhouse of Jersey Ih/mesteads, the cooperative indus- trial settlement of Jewish needle- workers established here by the Rural Resettlement Administration. Creation cf Ben Shahn, former as- sistant of Diego Rivera, the mm'al depicts anti-Semitism in Germany, the arrival of Jews at Ellis Island, the rise of the Jewish trades unions from swe.tt shops, the prog,'ess of the Jewish intellectual antl other phases of Jewish history. 60c, $1.00,1.25 (Tax Included) NEW PRICE POLICY PAUL BOESCH prevents WRESTLING Civic Aud.--Each Friday NiLe DR. BONNELLE I Clfiropraet or-Drugless Physician FEVER-THERAPY COLON IRRIGATIONS 114 Broadway N., CA. 2720 Residence, KE. 1206-R12 --CREDIT-- EXTENSION SERVICE Any Money Trouble Handled on Monthly Payments NO SECUIUTY NEEDED --Not a Loan Company 564 Empire Bldg., MAin 9259 Rabbis Should Lead Jewry, Says Pulpiteer NEW YORK (W N S )---Let a united rabbinate lead America's 4,500,000 Jews I That was advocated this week by Rabbi Hyman J. Schachtel of the West End Synagogue in a ser- mon opposing the American Jew- ish Congress' referendum to cre- ate a united front against anti- Semitism. "Of course we must unite, but it seems to me, and I speak only as an individual, that united leadership should be found in the rabbinate of America." New Rules Hit Reich Jews NEW YORK (WNS) -- Recent reg- ulatinns depriving the Jewish com- munities of Germany of their qttasi- llublie character and therefore of their right to levy t'txes on their memllers is '% most serious and lie: `- haps irreparal)le blow" to their ability to sustain their own welfare an(1 eharitM)le institutio,m, it was ret)orted this week by the Joint Dis- tril)ution Committee. The J. l). C. contributed $682,000 during 1937 toward the expenses of training, re-training, economic aid, emigration, cthn:ation and welfare of the Jewish llOl)ulation. Temple Sisterhoods Spread To Cuba CINCINNATI (WNS)- -Memller- shil) in seven countries and four eon- tinents this week became the I)roud lloast of the National Federation (if Teml/le Sisterhoods when it an- n(mneed admission (if the Menorah Sisterhood cf Temple Beth lm'ael of lIawma, Cul)a, into the ranks (if its attiliates. The Federation now has branches in the United States, Eng- land, South Africa, Australia, Pana- ma and Cul)a. Founder Of Second Palestine Colony Dies Refugee Meet Set For July In Geneva GENEVA (WNS)--First meeting of the inter-governmental eommittee for emigration of ,'cfugees front Aus- tria and Germany in accordance with the l)lan outlined by President Roosevelt in his iuvitation to 33 powers will be held at Evian-les- Baths, France, on July 6, it was an- nounced this week by Leland liar- risen, United States minister to Switzerhmd. League of Nations Council's com- mittee on international aid to refu- gees informed Mr. Ihtrrison that they had prepared a report for submission to the Council recommending a three-point program for refugee aid" 1.--Coordination of the League Iligh Co,mnission for German Refu- gees and the Nansen Office for state- less refugees into li single autono- mous office to aid refugees of till na- tionalities and creeds. 2.--Coortlinittion of League efforts in behalf ef refugees with Roosevelt's lflan of relief. 3.--Participation by the ].eague lligh (2mnmissioner for German Refu- gees in tim July 6 conference. SPAIN'S HISTORIC ROLE The coincidence of the discovery of America and the expulsion of the Jews from Spaiu tias often been not- ed. ])r. Meyer Kayscrling, German rabbi antl historian, (19 ecnttary) sltys: "Where the history of the Jews in Sl)ain ends, their h'istory in Am- erica begins; tlm inquisition is the last ch.'qlter of the confessors of Judaism on the Pyrenean peninsula and its first chapter on the continent of the Western hemisphere." LONDON W N S tieR of the I'alestine Ma such time as a final agreed upon ), was demande by the English Zionist one of a series of adopted resolutions at i convention. The Fetleration insisted ish immigration be cerdance with the economic of the country and Jewish attirmed the aim of Zionism estal)lis]nnent of a Jewish P.desti,m; recorded wit]l loss of lives as it result of expressed admiration for the in its resistance; tu'ged permission fl)r .trming of the in self-defense; el)posed the high level for immigration; regret it the arbitrary restric{ions; "lAd insisted Jewish National ]hmm is l)ermanent sohltion of thq tluestion. The convention .tl)pealed lisb Jews fit self-denial for 1)egimling Shavttotb, festing solitlarity with the Lady Reading, who the session, m'ttle it striking for each l/erson to contri days' earnings to tim She 'umounced that 10,000 ($50,000) had been contribl . ,- IIEAD ME the fund lly the Marks familYlat, s'' l'rof. Selig Brodetsky, head[ h inside r sre shov political delrtrtmen of tile l,l, # u s great Agency Executive, observed t']il, , problem ought 'J oald; l'alcstine a JLte cover viewed in the light of the L_ _ , sJPa(loured internatmnal' situation. Con sjv st all Jm ly, he delirccated ir"csl)nsiI).r, " tacks on Great Britain whiee o r" Alexa: steadily growirig worse." 11;- A Golden Book certificate sented to Chief Rabbi J. H, T,,o ,,o,,vo,,.on o,,00od wi,00 6nce, tion of the officers guiding tl lish Zionist Federation last/'he B Lord Melchett was named hC vice-president. Dr. Chair mann is president. )Nb0N (w: 1Is1 "Abie's ] l/,i,y the : t 8Uehestov O D I N at Michael i THe R S T E N S1 erat, has g, PRESCRIPTIONS - Dlil revealed ]m MEnICINESp SICK-ROOM SUP ] Ifarriet St withlw 14 Olive Way SE 2722 ! () P0, gave n(: A ry oltice o t our 11 S.i Se rvl ce W YORK rtiim securil Twenty-four  in tltis cm Hours a Day -tratin by MAllet 6..00 t:xltane c( /e llewly_o "K s ne See re.it ' t. Sakiet., ol YELLOW CAI00 'r the corolla ' COMPANY 'L000 lea,ling c Palestin, D Since 1885 SEATTLE TRANSFER COMPANY Pool Car Distribution. Packing and 8hipping. General Hauling. DON'T S.[JFFER00_.__PAIN!" Lieton Mineral 00pr'n00s k HOT MINERAL or MUD BATHS [rarscript i Plaintiff, wrsus ALMA B. COOKE, a widow; L. G. ItAWLEY and JANE DOE ItAWLEY, his wife, l)efendants, No. 303443, and to me, directed and delivered: NOTICE IS ItERBEY GIVEN, That I will proceed to sell at public auction to the ifighest bidder for (:ash, within the hours pre- scribed hy law for Sheriff's sales, to-wit: at Ten o'Cloek A. M. un the 9th day of July, 1938, before the Court House door of King Uo.nt, Jefferson Street entrance, at Seattle, Ja the tat el W{ashington, the following de- scribed propsr,y, situated in King County, State of Washtngtoh, to-wit: Lot Two (2), Block SIx (6) of Riverton Acre Traets, situated in the County of King, State of Washington; with the appurtenances, tenements, hereditaments, water rights and other rights or privileges now or hereafter be- longing to or used in connection with the above described premises; and all plumbing, lighting, heating, ventilating, water and ir- rtgatlon apparatus and fixtures now or here- after belonging or used in connection with the above described premises; levied on asthe property of all of the said defendants herein, to satisfy a judgment of a foreclosure of a mortgage against the hcrelnabove deseribed property amounting to one thousand twn hundred seventy seven and 48-100 ($1,277.48) Dollars attorney's fees of $I00.00, the cost of suit and interest in favor of plaintiff. Dated this 26th day of May, 1938. W. B. SEVERYNS, Sheriff, By It. J. Ricr, Deputy. 6-3-38 5 ti 7-1-38. creation of a rival party, claiming 24 W. Conn. St. MAin 2428 the support of the majority of Ar- JIi'RIJSALEM (WNS)--Zvi ]hn'o- is rendering relief to sufferers of CaRd's followers, ritz, whtl came to Palestine with the RHEUMATISM ARTHRITIS NEURITIS Biht movement in the '80s, and who HAY FEVER NERVOUSNESS INSOMNIA was one cf the founders of Gdera, Drive out Aurora Avenue to No. 97th, turn East 3 blocks Roumania Fights Ban |]iTEBSTER STEVENS died tmre this week at the age of 82. Consult your Physician. On Jewish Lawyers '] ] C04flIfRCt4L Gdera, the second agricttltural Heis in a position to know. Phone KEnwood 0131 settlemeut estalllished by the Biht- BUCHAREST (WNS)--Reversing PIfOTOGRAPHERW tin order by the Roumanian Ba," We talmanythlng, anywhera, eny time im, completed its fiftieth anniversary 6111 RG][IA STREET stn'vivorsCelel)ratinof inthe1934original seven immi-   ) Council forbidding Jewish lawyers PHONE MAIN ;17411 Ihlrovitz was the second of the last to take the oath of loyalty to the new ' Wr,te constitution until their citizenship grants who estal)lished Gdera in the elaims had 1)een revised, the Min-  desolate and barren section of sould>,,,  11 istry of Justice this week instructed crn l'alestino, all bar councils to permit Jewish lawyers to take the oath even if they have been excluded from the bar $20,000,000 GAMBLE I associations. Through a h/an granted on the spur Meanwhile, the Ministry of the of the moment and on the basis of Interiorbanned thedisplayof flags, persnM fricndshil) (a 4 millin Th " banners and emblems bearing the pound loan, allout $20,000,000 by at Satisf,e swastika. The swastika had become Lionel Rothschild to Prime MiDis- almost omnipresent during the short- teL l)isrimli) Great Britain gained lived Goga regime, control of the Suez Canal. The h)an was negotiated withottt attthoriza- KESSLER & LAURIE, iue. tieR cf 1)arliament but nontheless INSURANCE AND FINANCE CLOTHES MAKE THE MAN ])israeli was able to rellort to Queen SMITH TOWER ANNEX MAin 8070 Jews were first orde,'ed ti, wear a HAVANA CIGARS Victoria--"the French government distinctive dress by the Caliph Omar. has been out-generaled." , LLYWoo E II began Ins  Waiter ' Nace at , IWery, i ' friends around the tlc[ Is llanl, da;' Schencl l.of 20th C tte of office u, recently_ IStration b Verly 1tills. r,., ftrs al)( vlIIre ) , . tlere el hR. ire Inal, %ck and Be led _ ?. UVer . g,2o r,i,n :aild',to a hti e ttless h- ' g - ;}/e S" u Itea(l - tory o tto tircl.: f tfl:tr stlllgt;:, t