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UST 12, 1 GUEST 12, 1938 THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT PROPERTY OF PAGE FIVE ee .00ORGANI00 ;, xTIONS @ Of Fort :o-Ed Of e s of Miss and, UniverSi I, &apos;utd Mr.: will be int uheir engagt need ill p0 son of Mrs. die George c'n merchan Sylvia W0L eph Zadik Aleph By Max Katz . A.'s laall club tOl)l)ed their ,Urdlc in the I'. i. "lcnockout" ment I)y knocldng over the I qrunl)Imn Brothers team at Lake l)layliehl Monday night, Lling the A. Z. A. attacl.:, or Jerry lashgohl drove in runs during the big seventh : when the Alel)hs score(l 6 Let) la;vine's usually tim con- n l)itehing wns htcldng, but Emile Mllye rorless work of the Alelah's eet of this cq)tl '" ' f,  , te S(o('c dowll. !dversit,.y o ring the se, con(l round of the tared with 1tll . (leath tournnnmnt, the [Y Streetcrs will meet the hi a nile s a stunning'lt..o ' bS a host of]t[ Alel)hs will meet. at S p. m. s the dauglday in front of the Seattle 3r K.mfman. a(I Tor fib climb it(Ire truclls Carrie Bori fish with frngrant hay, then C ttel'lttch ' .0 a Secret beach ivhcre It b(utch rum a weinie roast will I)e hehl. cult three :;ulmrating I an is Jean Moslcr. ; now l)ack :els 'u'e beginning to grin(I on 'iedmont, SP for the official fall regional )f Northwest A. Z. A. (dmlater, teld in Se.tttle over the Thanks- holidays. Lowe l Adels(m, al field "seerel.try of ()aldand, e a glmst again lie is bringing aim his motl,er, who is lovingly g Featuro Ias llle "Mother of A. Z. A." "NURSE tg Ul)o u the invitation of BROOKL Rt|l)ens of Si)okane, a eara- Sally EILER! dephs, led by Aleph Godol Paul ohn, will travel to Sl)okane, ; Stage:, )or l)ay. There lo(.al Ale, lahs Circuit ffer with Rubens .rod the s ()f Spokane chal)ter in 'in VILLEj t,, e,,ordinate a Z. a. l,<vi- I the N 1 P.M. .,, orthwest anti to extend :lieial invit.tlion to the big i West convention. I'tubcns, in ,t h, tter to M,;I ' tlewly-al)l)ointed regional fic, hl rle(hnan Ul a for a ntenfl)ership Grand ],o(lge Commitlee on L in District No. 4. ' LE mss00 LY 3LEARAII IEASON' STYLES or $800 Junior Sephardic Leaque By Victor Scharhon .Junior Sel)h:trdic l,eague will hohl its stunmer l)icnic Sundqy at Ileiser's Resort on Shadow l,ake. President Leo(l F('Itt((() all(aotln(es that the day's activities will inchlde a l)all galliC, raec, s, games, (al(oeing and dancing. The lfienic is open to the laublic atnl all menab(rs are urged to bring their friends. This pic, nie will be, t,]te 8e(otld sUlnlner sociq.l the ]Jcltgll(,  has Sl)Onsored. The wicnie roast hehl July :23 was a huge success. HERE'N THERE: Max Israel l)rovided excelh;nt entertainment at the wienie roast with his sour singing. l)ave Aguado, who wits worried il, bottt getting a date for the roast, ended u 1) by having one swell time with a g'tl from New York.. Within a few minutes afLer arriving stag at the, wienie roast, Rac Calderon hall sn.u'ed her heart's desire, who, by tim way, I)orlrayed the I)art of an Indian chief that night. Herzl Junior Guild By George Silver Intro(hn;ing Miss Atom Safer, ef Jaclisonville, Fh)rida, cmph)ye of the U. S. Treasury ])el)artment, as llerzl Junior Guiht's newest member. She attended the last board meeting at lgty Stone's mansion on W.tshing- ton l)rive and w's not bored. (Pun!). AI)poinled as Guild represent'ttives l.o lhe newly organized Seattle Inter- l'aith Youth Council were two mem- bers of the la'tr, Solie Ringohl and .lack Steinl)erg. Tim Guihl will take an active I)'u't in promoting ' better understanding l)etwcen the youth of 'dl faiths an(1 (hmominations. AI)l)roved by the bo'wd, for the next meet;ins, will be tim hiring of a r(;al, live, honest-to-gosh orchestra for dancing during lhe evening. This should Im an insl)iration to all, with no discredit to Jack Neff's music l)ox, whicla we finally found out wqs a ra(lio. GOSSIP: (;omes news of ' rift in the romance of Marvin Swire, Port- land's No. 1 menal)cr and Mollie Novikoff, Tacoma's gorgeous re(l head. Looks like this old maestro still hns a ch'mcc. But there is no rift in tim Marion 5hrgolis-Solie Ringohl fantasy. On- Sons Of Israel By Joe Farber A c'dl to Sons of Israel members to join wholeheartedly in the drive for ttew h)dge nlet(lber8 Wits soun(led |A)- d:ty I)y lq'esitlent Sam Miller. "We want to make this Cnmlaaign t.he most oustanding in our history," he said. "I atal)reciate the loy'd SUl)- laort of our members in bringing their friends into the lodge." German Group Disavows Nazi Bund l)l,71)R()IT.--Recognizing the de- grading influence of N'tzi l)rOl)itg'tnda in its effect nl)on the good n'tme of the millions o{ German-Anmricans in this country, the American Turner Bund, one of the largest 'tnd most in- lluential organizati(ms of Americans (45,000 members), this week l),tssed resehltions :it its an- nual convention relnnliating any connection with the Nazis and con- dcmning their undenmcrati( b un-Am- a(.tivities. Copies were sent to President Roosevelt, Secretary of State Ihfll, an(I the memlaers of the U. S. Senale and the ]hmse of Representatives. 16 States Probe Nazis In National Guard NEW YORK (WNS)--Governors of 16 states are now investigating Nazi activities in their National Guard units 'is a result of an al)l)eal from the Non-Sectari.m Anti-N'tzi League, it is revealed this week in the current issue of the .tnti-Nazi Bulletin. Inquiries are now under way in Maryl.mtl, Ktmsas, Wisconsin, Flor- ida, Virginia, l(entucky, Montana, Arizona, hi,din, illinois, ()hie, Penn- sylvania, Texas, Georgia and Aht- [)Ittaa. Founder of Doll Industry Dies In N. Y. NI']W YORl(.--Morris Michtor, one of the 1)illars in the "Ort" or- ganization in the U.S. and the found- cr of the American doll industry, wit() Club ,,,a,d and forward, through fire "tnd this week died in ]h'ooklyn, .u'rived fhmte, in ditrkness and in light their in this country in 188(.), a penniless tl,, By Jack Tacher be,tutiful affair pr(agresscs. Russian immigr'mt. ;a Varon and Bill Calve werv ]ernard ()r(lell in 1)acl stamping Utted this week for the l)resi- f, the Seattle Jewish Athletic regul:tr lime at D. G.'s house again. . . . Tim cows turned Morrie ]lkans Four Bridge Sharks ', ti lu.e eharte,' moml,ers wh,, d,,wn. 'there ,,'ill be n,, I,ar,t da,,,,c. Retain U. S. Title [%tt tn the ors tniz ilion nearly ars ' ASBURY I'ARK, N. J.--The mast- : ' Leon Israel s unopl)osed ,%, .... 400 Austrian Refugees ers' team-of-four championshil)of ,,..l lesldent. ] hc secret'try- a"ter's job' is slill open. Must Leave, Is Order the Ainerican Contract Bridge .;ay, at J nior Sel)hardic PRAGUE (WNS)--Ignoring a re- Lc'gue this wcck is hchl by Oswahl [ s annu,tl picnic at Shadow quest by the lntergovernmental Ref- Jacoby's "Four Aces" for the third ' the S ,, .J.A.C. softball team will ugee Comnfittec to continue to time in recent years. kei ]eague's nine. ttg of elections, Jtt('k St(in- t0 r .... . L 1111' lllelnber of ottr organlz't- 'a s branched otlt into politics. aaing fro' rel)resentative of district in the stale legis- arc working for him. grant teml)orary asyhtm to 400 refu- gees from Austria until they can be sent to permanent holnes, Czecho- sh)vakian authorities moved this week to del)ort the cmigres to Aus- tria. The refugees have been living in a temporary camp near Bruenn. ABE BRASHEN YOUR MUSICAL HOST --PRESENTS-- DANNY BROWN and his original ALL MALE REVUE "Glorifyi-ng the American Boy" LAST WEEK! HELD OVER BY REQUEST! JACKIE STAR--AMERICA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BOY AN ELABORATE REVUE THAT HAS STARTLED THE EAST DARRYL & GILBERT . o a. ',:,,zuoo= anoo Toam tn tho U. IS, PEPPER CORTEZ =n oy w . mmo. Zoll "r'eg GITA GILMORE . ,y w.t A Carload oF Gorgeous Costumes Fun and Talent Startlingly presented DANCE WITH BERNIE STEPHENS' BAND --NO COVER CHARGE-- AURORA HIGHWAY AT 140TH O RIDAY, AUGUST 19th--Sensational New All-Girl Show l The aces--Jacoby, David Burn- stein, lIoward E. Schenken, M. 1). Mater and B. Jay ]3eclcer--itre. all Jewish. They swaml)ed the, team (if A. Mitchell Barnes by 9,900 l)oints iu the finals. Max Baer Gives Blood To Mother, But In Vain OAKI,ANI).--Max Baer, former heavyweight chan]l)ion, ttew here this week from Lake Tahoe and gave his 60-year-old mother, Mrs. Dor. Baer, a Mood transfusion. ]3aer's mother Ires been in ill health for several months, 1)ut took a sudden turn for the worse. But the fighter's transfusion was not enough and his mother was buried Wednesday beside her hus- band, Jacob, who died last May. Free College Is Open To Exiles, Is Ruling NEW YORK (WNS)--Reversing a previous decision, the Board of ]]igher ]dttcation this week an- nounced that foreign students, in- chiding refugees, would be admitted to the city's free colleges provided they are bona fide residents of the city and present proof that they or their parents have applied for Am- erican citizenship or will do so as soon "is they become eligil)le. WISE WORDS The timid Jew is like the canary who makes his pleasure depend Ul)On the cat's good will. MONTLAKE 24th N. & E. Lynn Montlake Car %0 Phone EAst 1212 Portland Man, Two l/abbls00 N-L0000inen Are Named Directors Of Reform Group PORTLAND-The only Westerner named to the executive board'of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, organization of Reform synagogues in the nation, this week received notification of his election He is S. Mason Ehrman, head of Oregon's Jewish Welfare Fund. Others named to the policy-making board of the Reform body are two rabbis, and three other laymen--including a lawyer and an electrical engineer. Here are thumbnail sketches of the men who will steer the course of Re- form Judaism's No. 1 organization: S. Mason Ehrmnn is : le:Ll:' i n 1)orthunl civil" life. Son of early ()re- gon pioneers, he is "L Y:tle graduate, an outst:t]aling mcrch:mt, i)resident l)r. Vi(qm' E. Reichert, r'dal)i-eleet ,f (incinnati's Rockdale Avenue 'l'eml)le , is a mel)lbcr (:t' the Union's ((m)missien on ,lewish l,'(lue,,ttion. Author )f "llighways T]trough Juda- isn)," l)l'. Reichert lectures at the RABBI RABBI VICTOR BARNETT REICHERT BRICKNER .professor, tool . . .4degrees! tion of Northeastern University ,rod he is a lecturer at its School of Bust- ]1088. S. MASON EHRMAN , . . the only Westerner l of the Oregon Je, wish Welfare Fund and meml)er ef the board of trustees of Portland's Congreg,ttion Beth lsr'tel. Josel)]t Glaser, Jr., an officer of Ten)l)le lsracl in St. l,,)uis, hns served on the 1)oards of the Jewish Social Sel'viee, Btn'eau all(I .lcwish la)an As- sociation in St. l,ouis. ]leisagradu- ate, cure htude, of thu'vard Univer- sity tnd his fantily has served with distinction in his (;ongregation for two generations. Ills father was one of the founders of Tcml)lc Israel and his nn)ther a member of its first choir. Frederick Greenman, New York at- torney, is a member of Temple Em- anu-El, richest synagogue in the U.S. tic is a board member of the Menorah Association, trustee of Rabbi Stoplten Wisc's Jewish /nstitute of Religion. Mr. Greenman is a Itarvard graduate and member of PM ]]eta Kal)l)a, na- timtal honorary scholastic fraternity, and Delta Sigma Rho, national de- bating fraternity. Matthew Porosky is a leader in the field of electrical engineering and factory administration. Author of several I)ooks and pampldets, lie is also active in communal affairs, lie is chairman of the board of trttstees ef Boston's Temple Ohabei Shah)m and formerly headed that congrega- tion's men's chtb. A graduate of Massachusetts institute of Technol- egy, hc is a member of the corpora- Walter Winchell says: "Sacha Guitry's film, I 'THE PEARLS OF THE CROWN,' is the best I thing to come out of France since the Statue of Libertyl" English dialogue and Captions. W. C. T. U. Condemns Regime in Germany SAN FRANCISCO.- (o)alem- nation of Nazi Gernmny for attacks against rc]igion were voiced by lead- er. of ttm Women's Christian Temp- erance Union this week in addresses I)efore the 2,000 deles.ties t () the or- ganizati(m's mflional convention here. "l"or |he first |ime since the begin- ning of Christendom, the church has lost territory," dechtred Mrs. l). Leigh Colving, national vie.e presi- dent of the W. C. T. U. "In Germany a Protestant Christ- i'tn country cver since the early C, hristi'tn missionaires converted the b.trbari.m hordes, the I)rotestant and Cntholic churches are eh)sed." crmsing to Prince Rupert and return. Deep, silent coves, mirroring towering snow.capped peaks...through Seymour Narrows, Johnstone Straits, Lowe Inlet, Finlayson travel thrills every day of this ideal vacation cruise. Ports of call include Alert Bay, itsl Indian village and native Totem poles.../ Namu, picturesque Ocean Falls, Butedale, I Bishop Bay and Prince Rupert. 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Oil Burners Air Conditioning Plants Stokers Oil Delivery Service --FREE ESTIMATES-- 413 Fairview North MA. 5454 MATHEW POROSKY .. an efficiency expert l University of Cincinnati and is this sUlnlner giving 't course at the Uni- versity of Virginia. lie 1)()Ills his bacheh)r's degree froln New York's City College, and another from the Pulitzer School of .Joutmflisn at Columbi' University. lie wits or- dained a ral)l)i and 'twar(led his doc- tor of divinity degree by lhc ltebrew Union College in Cincinnati. Ral)bi Barnett R. Brickner served the Euclid Avenue Tentlale it) Ch;ve- land. lle is chairnt'tn of the Social Justice C,mnnission of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. Itis scholastic career in(dudes 't bachelor's degree and two nntster's degrees from Colmnl)i. University, its well its a Ph.l). fv,m the University of Cincin- nati. lit is a graduate of the Hebrew Union College, is noted its an author an(l le(:t/n'e)' and serves "is ' ]ncnlbcr of the Union's Connnission on Jewish ]:(hteation. Parley Voices Protest At Anti-Semitism BU'ENOS A1RES.--The Congress Against Racial Persc.cutions con- cluded a two-day session this week. with resohttions against anti-Semi|- ism, urging eased immigration re- stri(.tions in the Americas and asking a boycott of Gernntn, Italian and Japanese, goods. Ambassador Davies Cracks At Dictators CARDIH,', Wales.---Joseph E. Da- vies, United States ambassador to Belgium and husband of a multi- 'milli(miaress, t])is week defended dentocracy agsinst the totalitarian states like Germany it) a speech at the Welsh National l,]iste(hlfod. "We tn:tintain that unless the rule of rig}it I)revails over tile rule of nfight," Davies sat(l, "l)resentday civiliz.ttion must disintegrate to auarchy and the e,tvemall age." Harry Savoy, Comic, Heads Palomar Bill lIe.tdlining tlm all-star program of Eastern circuit vaudeville, now being presented to :tudiences of the Theatre, is one of Ameriea's foremost stage personalities, ttarry Savoy. Familiar to wtudcville fans the country over for his hilarious stage routine, thirty is also a favorite of radio listeners. His latest fame via the airlanes cante as a member oF the Eddic Cantor radio program, on which he was featured with those two l)opular clfild finds of Eddie Cantor, De,tnna Durbin and Bobby Breen. Supporting lIarry Savoy on the stage are four other big acts of vaude- ville entertainment. Currently on the screen are "Ladies In Distress," a first-run attraction starring Alison Skipworth and Polly Moran in a htugh-a-minute coiuedy, and "Nurse From Brooklyn," a myslery thriller featuring S.dly Eilers and Patti Kelly. WISE WORDS Pride goeth before destruction and an arrogant spirit before a fall. --Bible.