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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT, SEATTLE JUNE 23, 1933 Gov. Lehman Decries Nazi Persecution In N. Y. Specch (Continued from Page 1.) have ended," Mr. Guggen- helm predicted. The history of the Jews in Germany was reviewed by Governor Lehman of New York, who pointed out that "for countless generations Germans of Jewish faith have lived and worked, fought and died, for that country. Now, hundreds of thous- ands of men and women in all walks of life have been ruthlessly and with- out pity deprived of their means of livelihood and of the prim'ary rights of citizenship. The German people have always striven for the principles of civil and religious liberty. I am confident that they will do so again, and will refuse to continue to be de- luded by falsehood and misrepresen- tation." Hendrik Willem Van Loon, Dutch Synagogue To Be Started (Continued from Page 1) Rabbi Shapiro declared today, "is a holy occasion and it is the duty of every Jew to properly honor it with his presence. We regret that the date of this ceremony conflicts with picnic to be held at Fortuna Park author and historian, said that the persecution of the Jews in Germany is an outstanding example of "na- tional dementia, of an unreasoning and blind hatred that had swept over an entire nation." B. B. Petitions Are Circulated Here (Continued from Page 1) feld on advisability of a Jewish boycott. Mr. Stusser, arguing for an organ- ized boycott, declared that the "individual boycott" now in force has already produced a 6 per cent decrease in German exports. Mr. Schoenfeld declared that organized boycott would only cause retaliatory measures, both in Germany and in America, where there are 16,000,000 German-born citizens. "Organized boycott is right in principle and right in prac- tice," Judge Jacob Kalina de- clared from the lodge floor. "It is Jewry's method of self- defense." Other speakers on the question were Philip Tworoger, Manny Segel, Jacob Lighter, M. Savelson, Julius Shafer and M. Rosenberg. Seattle Jewry Will but building arrangements demand Attend Herzl Picnic holding the ground-breaking Sunday." Seattle Jews will be asked to (Continued from Page 1) tribute$O,000forbuilding, with$4,000 incus Zionist leader, to be broadcast already pledged by Machzikay Ha- at3 p. m. over KOL as part of a na- dath members, S. Miller, building tional hookup. fund treasure, announced. Samuel Picnicker were urged to leave their Gross is building committee vice lunch baskets at home and enjoy a chairman, kosher chicken dinner, specially pre- FRANCO GETS DEGREE Maurice France, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marco France, today sported diploma from the University of )ared, to be served at the picnic by members of the HerzI Sisterhood under Mrs. William Rosenberg. METROPOLITAN Washington Law School, from which Swashbuckling romance is the he was graduated at exercises last theme for the third presentation of week. He is a member of a pioneer the Metropolitan Theatre's light Seattle Sephardic family, opera season -- "The Vagabond King," which opens Monday night --METROPO 6 Days Commencing Mon. Eve., June 26 First Time in Seattle Rudolph Friml's "THE Vagabond King" Glamorous Musical Romance of Francois Villon! Ruth Ahman James Liddy Other New York Stars Male Chorus of 50 NEW DEAL PRICES: Evenings: 55c to $1.65; Matinees 55c to $1.10. Tax included. i :for an engagement of six days. "The Vagabond King" boasts a rousing musical score by Rudolph Friml and a thrilling story built around Francois Villon--famed char- acter of the French Revolution. James Liddy, leading tenor, will have the role of Francois Villon, and love interest will be furnished by comely Ruth Altman, fresh from her trium- phant appearance as "The Merry Widow" this week. A cast of 125 is in the production. MUSIC BOX "I Cover the Waterfront," dynamic photoplay inspired byMax Miller's vivid book of the same title, is the current attraction at John Hamrick's Music Box Theatre. Claudette Col- bert heads the cast, with Ben Lyon, Ernest Torrence, Maurice Black and Hobart Cavanaugh in featured sup- porting roles. BLUE MOUSE Smart dialogue, gorgeous settingS and rapid-paced comedy mark "Mel- ody Cruise," highly entertaining film now showing at John Hamrick's Blue Mouse Theatre. Phil Harris, popular radio star, has the leading role, with Charlie Ruggles and Chick Chandler providing much of the hilarity. Forty Hollywood beauties enliven the proceedings of "Melody Cruise." WINTER GARDEN "Child of Manhattan," daring drama of the ronlance of a dance hall girl and a wealthy suitor, is the current attraction at the Winteri Garden Theatre. Nancy Carroll and John Boles play the leading role/. VANCOUVER STOCKS COEUR COMPLETE TORONTO D'ALENE STATISTICAL MINES MINES SERVICE CALGARY OILS METROPOLITAN STAR RUTH ALTMAN, sparkling New York prima donna who is de- lighting Metropolitan Theatre audiences this week as "The Mer- ry Widow," will play Lady Katherine in Rudolph Friml's "The Vagabond King," opening Monday night. Wife Watches, Horror-Stricken, As Jewish Agency Head Is Killed (Continued from Page 1.) Hadassah hospitaI where he died while surgeons were preparing to operate in a desperate attempt to save his life. Mrs. Arlosoroff, five minutes before the shooting took place, had warned her husband that they were being followed, but he ignored the warning, declaring he did not care. Government police officials an- nounced that they had begun an in- tensive investigation. A reward of fifteen hundred pounds, one thousand of which was contributed by the Halevy Singers Will Be In July 4 Pageant Members of the Halevy Singers Seattle Jewish choral group, will participate with more than sixty choral organizations in the gigantic Pageant of Nations to be sponsored by the American Legion and the Seattle Symphony July 4 at the University of Washington Stadium. More than 1,500 singers will repre- sent various nations, appearing in costume. BEBE DANIELS in "COCKTAIL HOUR" Mirth, Melody and Song ...... ON THE STAGE ...... THE COCKTAIL IDEA Featuring Roxy Stage Band NEW ROXY Olive at Seventh ELiot 3333 Free parking after 6:30 p. m. WINTER GARl)EN NOW . . . ADULTS ONLY "'CHILD OF MIINHII TTAIN'" WITtI NANCY CARROLL JOHN BOLES CONTINUOUS QUOTATIONS. NO PROMOTIONS. MOY, THEIS & CO. 218 MARION ST. MAin 3071 Announcing the Opening of HENRY'S Featuring... Kosher Style BOIIEMIliN DINNERS LARGE MUG "Delightfully Different" BEER 5 c o,,,,,,..o., ,,0,. BROADWAY AT PIKE Jewish Agency, was offered for the capture of the murderers. The Acting Chief Secretary of the Palestine Government, receiving the press this morning, expressed his ab- horrence at the "ghastly crhne," and said no arrests had yet been made in the case. Progress Reported For Palestine (Continued from Page 1.) public funds to stand on their own feet--these are the domi- nant characteristics of the Jewish settlement in Palestine for the year 1932." Of the 9,553 Jewish immigrants who entered Palestine in 1932, 864 came from the United States; 3,156 from Poland; 1,055 from Iraq; 504, Roumania; 353, Germany, and 137, Russia. There is a total of only 800 unemployed Jews in Palestine today, Jacob Hurwitz, Pioneer, Is Mourned By Seattle Jewry Hundreds of friends paid their last tribute Sunday to Jacob Hurwitz pioneer Seattle communal worker who died Friday evening at his home 814 23rd Ave. N., after several months' illness, at funeral services conducted by Rabbi S. P. Wohlge- lernter at the Chesed Shel Emes chapel. It was a sad Father's Day. But even in death, his many friends honored the veteran Jewish worker, who was one of the "fathers" of the Seattle Talmud Torah and saw it grow from a tiny school housed in a ramshackle building to a large institution with its own brick edifice. And so, after rites at the Chesed Shel Emes chapel, the funeral cor- tege moved to the Tahnud Torah, where Rabbi Max J. Wohlgelernter, I educational director, told of the many work-filled hours Jacob tlur- witz spent in the cause of Jewish education. A last tribute was paid also at the Bikur Cholum Synagogue, where Cantor N. Schlosberg chanted solemn Hebrew melodies. Internlent was at Oaklake Cemetery. Mr. Hurwitz, who came to Seattle from Minsk, Russia, in 1893, was a prominent mem- ber of B'nai B'rith, the Bikur Cholum Synagogue and was long an officer of the Seattle Talmud Torah. He was 55 years old. I:Ie leaves a son, Simon, prominent in the Jewish Junior League and a University of Washington graduate; two daughters, Sada Hnrwitz and Mrs. Fred H. Bergman; four brothers, Morris, Joseph, Louis and Herman Hurwitz; and two sisters, Mrs. Israel Lurie and Mrs. H. Greenberg, all of Seattle. Bert I. Treiger Is Ordained As Rabbi Graduated with high honors, Bert I. Trelger, well-known in the Port- land and Jewish communities, Sun- day was ordained as a rabbi at exer- cises of the Jewish Theological Semi- nary of America, Conservative rab- binical training institution of which Dr. Cyrus Adler is head. Rabbi Treiger received his nlaster of arts degree from Columbia Unl- versity, and is a former principal of the Portland Hebrew School. At present in New York, Rabbi Treiger is the nephew of Mr. and Mrs. N. Anches here and the brother of Sam and Henry Treiger here. He is the first rabbi in the fanlily, and is married. The Greatest Mining Boom in History Is Now in the Making e most of them seasonal workers, the report reveals. Strength of the labor movement is indicated by a member- ship of 26,156 in the General Federa- tion of Jewish Labor. Total capital invested by the Jew- ish Agency in its settlements amounts Investors who use to 1,045,000 pounds, it was reported, ination Citrus exports constltute nearly 60 Discrim per cent of Palestine's total exports; the all-Jewish city of Tel Aviv now has a population of 50,000; and 272 schools and 23,976 pupils are incIuded in the Jewish Agency's school sys- tem, the report stated. Butte Rabbi Will Be Seattle Visitor Former Rhodes scholar, lecturer and art critic, Dr. Emanuel Stern- helm, rabbi of the only Reform congregation in Butte, Mont., will be a Seattle visitor this week, arriv- ing today. Rabbi Sternheim will be at the Ben- jamin Franklin ttoteI. IIe received his theological education in England, and his doctor of philosophy degree from the Sorbonne in Paris. Dr. Sternheim, an Oxford graduate, has been a Butte spiritual leader for the past four years. Judge Mining Securities by Mine Values and Mine Management. Many large fortunes and an un- counted number of lesser ones have been made from the min- ing of metals. In the matter of efficiency, the business of metal mining has kept pace with other indus- tries. Enlargement of geologi- cal knowledge, advancement in metallurgy and other improve- ments have done much to elimi- nate the hit-or-miss methods of earlier days. Practical and experienced min- ing men know these principles and understand their applica- tion. Consequently metal min- ing is no longer a gamble, but a business. Investors who seek the largest possible return for their invest- ment know and appreciate this. They invest on property merit and management that fully meet these exacting require- ments. 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SUCCESSORS TO ORTHWEST INES INVESTMENT COMPANy BROKERS -- MINING SPECIALISTS 901 SECOND AVENUE, SEATTLE SENECA 2772 Radio Speaker Just returned from a sur- vey tour of Germany, where he witnessed scenes of Jew- ish persecution, Michael Wil- liams, editor of "The Com- monweal," a leading Catho- lic weekly periodical, will speak under auspices of the National Conference of Jews and Christians at 11:30 a. m. Sunday, Seattle Time, over KOL, it was announced to- day. His subject will be "Catholics, Jews and Prot- estants : Cooperation In This Crisis."