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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT, SEATTLE Grave Dug For 27-Year-Old Martyr In Newest Zion Colony (Continued from Page 1) Villagers, charging that Jews were months, r(sl)onsible, began ]llwling SiOlles ;1(, Terrorism in the north found its Jews :rod nlarehing toward the Jew- counterpart in Jerusalem, as the ish (lll`&apos;lrter. corpse of a Jew murdered by slM)- A crowd of Jewish ym (l s quickly bing was found in a fiehl near Beth formed to defend the (tllarter filial llaket'onl in western Jerusalem. At drive back the "l.tt'lckers. first nnidentified, the /m(ly was lliter discovered (o })e (h,lt of Is,me llz- A Yemelfite Jew, Yehi't Aiya, was stal,bed and sligh(ly wounded in the ,'huki, a55-yearolditinerant lminter, thigh during (he affray, l"ollowing Two Jewish telegraph linesmen, the arr(;st liv I)oliee ,)f a Jew ,'lnd an working near (he scene (if the faia] .(ahl)ing, sltw the ai(aek from a dis- Arab, order was res(.ored. ('t)me-l)erehed high on their l)()les. They reeegnize,l a passing Arab as New U. S. Women's (he murderer and ettuse(] his arres|. The "meient city of Tilieri.ts ,,,as in Chess Champ Is Jewish an upr(lar following nn (:xl)hlsion in ((Jontinue(l fr,)m Page I) which four Aral,s were injur('d. "l'hly would take her game seriously. For h'td been sit ling outside :, e:ife in tli( h,)urs ,it) e)i(l she w(nlhl study nlone Aral) market l)luee whel) l)oml)s hi(I- m(ive I)y move. (felt iln(ler st(Hies ex])l()(le(i. lle W`'lS deternlined (o Inllsler (h(, game to wllieh she eouhl give h(.rs,.If Rabbis Plead '""'"'"" Al)()i`'l, foln' yeltl'S ago slle Wel;l It) For Christians """'" '"" '"'""'"'" three years. It; WflS l}ler( t}Hl( her skill asserted itself aim she .i(.hieve(l NEW YORK.--An appeal "to our national r(cognition in sl)ile of hay- brethren and the public in gen- ing to e,))nhat the l)rol)lem (,f))r(,nk- eral" to give aid to the American ing down masculine preit (ic( against" Committee for Christian German n, w(mmn (u)mli(titor ' Refugees, was made this week by M,y l(al'ff is a modest young la(ly, 333 rabbis affiliated with the a good sportsnlan, a quick, vigor,ms Synagogue Council of America, in player wiI,h a genuine dew,lim (. a manifesto issued by Dr. Elias (he g'mm. Margolts of Mt. Vernon, president Triumllh after trimnl)h filmily of the Council, an organization lifted her out of the t'esil'irii(ms of uniting the spiritual leadership of her sex and sent her, (he only plnyer all American Jewry. 1o rel)resent l)ales(in(:, to (he S(o(.k- Declaring they were impelled to holm Tournament in 1937. make this statement "because of This tourname]fl,, in('iden(ally, was the widespread misapprehension won by Miss Vera Monehik who is that the German refugee problem now competing in the International is exclusively Jewish," the rabbis Chess Master's Tournlunent-- (he pointed out that "there are many only wom.m ever to haw; reached thousands of Christians who also this distinetion. are victims of Nazi persecution who are now homeless wanderers At, Stockh,)hn, May K:u,ff fin|she(1 and in dire want and in physical fifth. and mental distress." The statement, which recalled Mexican x-Genera] that many non=Jews have con- Peddles Anti-Semitism tributed toward the alleviation of the misery of Jewish refugees, ]3ROWNSVILLE, TEx. (WNS) makes an appeal to "all men of The fh)(id of anti-Semiti, hmflets (h,lt good will, regardless of creed, has made its apl)(.aranee in many "Knowing the poignancy of the American towns along the Mexi(m) Jewish refugee situation," it says, border wits attributed this week io 'we understand the tragedy of Generld Nicholas Rodrignez, exiled Applauded! Albert Levy Ends Series Of Lectures --Courtesy Seattle Star ETHEL GOLDMAN, 14-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Goldman, won long applause Thursday night when she ap- peared in recital of dramatic pieces at the Women's Century Club. Last time Miss Goldman trod the boards of the Century Theatre she was acting in Clifford Odets' "Spring Song," produced by the Seattle Habima Players. This time, the young Temple de Hirsch children's choir singer was featured as the star of the pro- gram. "Common Heritage" of Jews, Christians, Cited WAS]IIN(]TON, D. C.--Clergy- In(in of the Cath,)li(,, Jewish and ])rotestltnt faii.hs joined here this week in it unit(,ql alll)enl for It rel;urn to religion in Aineriean life. Rev, John K. Cartwrlght, Cath- olic pastor of Immaculate Con- ception Church, said: "However important our differences, there are real and important things which we can agree upon. In a tradition which goes back through 2,000 years to our Lord and through another one thousand to Moses, there is surely much that can be regarded as our common AIher(, Levy, educational dire(..tor of the Nel)har(lie Bikur lh)lim Syna- gOgile, finishe(I `'t s(;ries (if five lee- tllr,!s Tilesda,y night in the syna- gOgile al`'ditorhnli. Ills l'tst lectln'e eovere(l tile i)resent l)rol)lem of the Jews ill |gln.ol)e. All lhe le, etures were deliwu,e(I in Sp,l,n- ish. .h)s(;l)h Souriant), president of th( , congregation, l)r:iise(l Mr. Levy's work. Mr. Levy is also olering free lle- l)rew elass(!s at night for young l)e(ilii(!. If ell(illh of the yOllll l)e(il ill! exl)ress their intent,ions 11(! will also te`'t(h La(lin()al`'(l lCren(:h (hiring the sinlnner viteation, he sai(I. 300 Jews Arrested In Vienna By Nazis VIENNA (WNS)--An anti-Semi- tie d(m]onstration at (,lie University of Viennlt by Nazi stlldont8 and arl'est of over 300 Jews this week ill- tensified the "rlrea(ty wi(lespreiut ltlarnl ill ,Jewish circles that the Nazifica- tion of the (:ountry means new anti- Jewish measures. The dem(instra- tion wn.s started when the stndents tonk i)ossessi(nl of tlie eanil)us all(l began singing: "Judah, jump (,lie (,Wig. (lo hang yoln'sclves. When Jewisli t)hiod (lriliS frol/1 ()Ill' knives everythhig will go well." A(, first the Nazis met with little )'esistan(..a itS lianil.-strieken Jewish students tled. Outbreak of violenee gave imlietus l,() feverish efforts of Jewish l)usiness men to liquidate their affairs in or- der to be free to leave the country. Jews were reported slling I)ropcrty at saerifi(.e l)riees. DID YOU KNOW? The first Jewish cemetery on the North American continent was lo- eate(l just north of Wall Street in wh'tt is now (Jhatllam Squa, l'e, New ]rOl'k City. in the thirteenth centln.y the ],]ng- lish friar, Roger Biteon, llsol the writings of ilel)rew scholars to hell) lit'eve tiiat one couhl reach Asia I)y sMling west froln ]gllrope. The "Jerusalem Tahnu(l" (completed al)out 350 A. I). ) st.ttes that the worhl is in the form of it globe. He's Better! JUSTICE CARDOZO . .. his mail is heavy l Justice Cardozo Rests At Lehman's Home ((',ontinued fronl Page ]1 ) his favorites---eonverses wii,h friends who call oce'lsionally and, on Slillny days, sl)ollds its n]llch thne as his c,)lMition will permit in a wheel ('hair on the l)orch overh)oking a fine view ef the Lehnmn and neighboring estates. A secretary renlains wii.h the justice, ta]dng e.m of his affairs and handling his heavy mail. The j usti(..e (laily reeeiv(;s nuine, rotls letters fl'onl friends wishing hinl It sl)ee(ly recovery "In(1 ltn early retllrn to his dltLies. Horace Mann Teachers Will Be Honor Guests llonoring teachers of ]h)race Mann School, the Plu'ent-Teachor Associa- tion will hohl a sl)ring hmeheon as a gran(1 finale of (,he year at Dolly Madison Tea Room, June 11 at 12:30 p.m. In charge of affllirs are eo- ehairnmn Mrs. P. Leol)old and Mrs. Harry 1,'riedman an(1 Mrs. W. Phil- lips. For reservations eIlll Pr. 2517. WISE WORDS R`'l.l)l)i said, "I learned mueh from my teachers, more, however, from my colleagues, but I learned most from my disciples." .11}14 /t JUNE 3, 137 Noted Only Jewi, in the S Hit Oppressi t w...,. As "Brutal" (Continued from Page l'0L, XV I ] rightful eoneern (if the Cl (Jhurch.  W [ "The history ,if the w0rl' shown us, 'l,n(l the history of th ,,,o ,ore,,,<,\