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OCTOBER 28, 1938 tttE 3E lbrl TRANSCRIPT, SEATTLE / ,, PAGB Tltllaa i B&apos;rith s Hero shinev QLEVELANI) (WNS)--A bronze of ,John Hay, late United States of Stu.tc, who defcnde.d the of Russia during the Kishincv md "it the time of the cm'ly p(;rsecutions, this week presented to the city ()f Cleve- I;y B'n:d B'rith .it an outdoor g'tthe,'ing at the foot (,f the St.atuc. The presentation was made for It'nai B','ith I)y Phihnore .1. llaJ)er, of 1)islrict Grand Lodge 2, (he climax ()f welds-long (,f the ('cute,mi'd ,,f Y's birLh. iIayor ll:m)ld I1. Burton, wh() ac- %ted the I,ust for the city, issued I)rochmmtion (lesign:lting 1he I,er- cu' 2-g as John lhty Wetly. the I,r,.seni:tion the B'rith and tim .Jewish War t('.rans hehl a memorial stq'vi(.c at grave in lmke View CClnet(,,'y. B'rith Sl)Ons(,red 't n:,ti(m'd }:,road(ast progr'21n in celcl)r'- of (he Joh,l llqy cent.ennial over l:r()adc:,sting Comlmny, g. I)rincil m| Sl,Cakcr w'ls l)r..John W. !Udebaker, United St.'ttes Com- lssi()ncr (,f E(h, eat.i,u). Monsky, president of B'nni WILS (hlLi2'mltll. 'l'he 470 lo,lges of B'nai B'rith are throughout ()ctober l)ro- ext,)lling the life and achieve- of John tlay. Bigwig Nazis ftOUSTON, Texas (WNS)- The ited States Treasury l)(:l)artment tlegMly facilitating German ira- of war mater(Ms from the Uni- States by failing t() impose tariff Penalties on sul)sidized German cxi),)rtc(t t,, this ( mntry, Well, vice I)rcsid(mt cf the l,'ede,"H.ion ()t' ],nl)m', last week in an "ul(l,'ess I)e- t}2( Fcd(wI(ti(')II'S 1122211112, l co2,- }Veil demaluh:d that Secret:try "l,ut an end 1o this us- unjustified ,'t22d unholy 1,etwcen free and democratic and 1,t21', Nazi regime wii,h ellslaved vorkc'Fs llll(l its l)CrSel!H - 0f minority rates. ' tier Gets Sarcastic Palestine's Fate 8AARBILUCI(I';N (W N S)--lI()l)e Hitler's (liph)matie victory at nnd his 'requisition of the wouht re.dee him runes- to negotiations with the hlte2'- Refugee (?ommittee on question of alh)wing refugees 1(, of their capital with them, believed to have been completely this week by ttithq' himself Saarl)rueken sl)ee('h in which told foreign powers that (Hries 1)y British statesmen or concerning the fate the Reich's sul)jc(;ts insidc Ger- :1'." made a sarcastic refert:nce he situation in Palestine. lie "The rest of the worhl some- have had reason enough to 'd)out international 'I%aings--tml)penings in Pales- We leave this to th,)se wh,) feel l)re-ordained t)y God to these l)roblcms. And w(: el)- With a nmzcment how they do ve them. must, however, give these advice to at.tend eve21 t() the solution of their own und to lmtvc us in 1)eaee." M, LITCHMAN Am. Bank Bldg. |r SUPERIOR COURT OF THE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF KING MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF LEGAR, Deceased. IN PROBATE No. 70985 NOTICE TO CREDITORS bereby given that the undersigned appointed and has qualified as Ad- of the estate of ALEXANDER Deceased; that all persons having against said deceased are hereby te- a to eerve the same, duly verified, on ':IIMA LEGAR or her attorney of at the address below stated, and file ras with the Clerk of said Court, to- lth proof of such service within six after the date of first publleation of or the same will be barred. of first publication September S0tb MMA LEGAR, Admlnistratrlx of said Estate, Address 906 East 62nd, Seattle, Wash. M. LITCHMAN, for Estate, 608 American Wash. 10-21-S8 Teamster Leader Says United Labor Front Can Stop Hitler NEW YORK (WNS)--A united American labor movement would have sufficient prestige "to influence President Roosevelt to take a direct stand with Hitler and Mussolini and other world powers against unjust persecution of Jews," Daniel Tobin, president of the Teamsters Union, the biggest union in the American Federation of Labor, declared this week in an interview. Mr. Tobin said he believed a reunion of the A. F. of L. and the C. I. O. would create a labor voice powerful enough to have that effect. On the basis of talks with leaders abroad, Tobin said, he was con- vinced that if the President directed to European nations another dramatic appeal, similar to that he sent out during the war crisis, the pressure thus built up would compel Hitler and Mussolini to change their attitude toward the Jews. 100 Doctors, Nazi Victims, "O' Win Rl00hIs :\\;LILXNY )W. N. S.)-()he hun- (h'(,d ,','fug(,(, (h,ct(ws fr(,m Germany n),(l Aus(rin this week w,m :t fight to be :uhni(.t((l to iiraetic<, in New York St'tte wh(:n Sul)renm Court ,lus- tiee Sydney Fos(.er issued an order restraining (.he New York State l$()ar(I of R.ege)lts from requiring for- eign-1)orn 12hysicians to pass an cx- nminati(in simila)' to that require(I of medical school graduates here I)e- fore 1)(:ing c(:rtifi(:d to l)rnctice. DON'T THROW THAT TIRE AWAY! There's Still Life in the Old CARCASS Let Us Rebuild Your Worn Tires GUARANTEED MILEAGE EASTLAKE TIRE CO. 1530 EASTLAKE - CA. 1530 At Your Service Twenty-four Hours a Day MAin 6500 4( YELLOW CAB COMPANY Make Canada "Jewish Church Upset Homeland," Urges Paper ,,.,..,..,w., ,,v. ,,:.,,,,,,,,.+ Over Jew Hate menl (,f a ".Jewish hom(:lan(l" it, (a,ul(l:t wns 1,r,)l,OSed this we(q( I)y the inllu(m(i'd ()ltawa ('.itizen in nn editovi'd d(mlaring thai (he (h'eam of "I. ,lewish l':destin( Ires :ll)l)artmlly faded. Asse,'ting (lu,t (';uut(ht's n:21ui':d 1"180 I II'C(!S  ill I'(! I)lOl'( |,hltll OllOllh to SUpl)t)rt 20,000,000 l)eOl)le, '' the editorial sui(l that Canathan "senti- ments make it i)ossil)le for more cxihd anti 1)crsecutcd l)e(ll)le Io timl a. sanctuary in Cans(l:(." At. th( same time the Iml)(W eXl)res- s(:d the h(,I)e (.hal the Aral)s might. allow l).destine to renmin a cultur:d home of tlw .l(,ws. Jewish War Vets Mobilize NEW YORK (W. N. S.)--Forl)la- ties of the American Jewish Federa- tion to C(mflmt. Communism :2nil Fascisnt, h,e., with natiomd h(:ad- quarters at 170 Bro.'ulway, was an- nomme(I this week l,y Milton Joh)- men, former Kings County (lh'ook- [yn) (O22112]II,21(1()1' (If (;121: American Legion and Imsi; national I)atriotic instructor of (Ira .lewish War Vete- 2'II,228. ,.. Asset(sled wilh him as f,)un(hq's and incorl),)r:ll(,rs ure lten,'y M(,dell, treasurer of tim Smaller Business Ass(l(fiali(m f,)r New York, New ,]c2'- sty and Commelicut; Sydney G. llariimt(, grand keel)er of tim re- cords (if the |(nights of Pythias, New York State; Benjamin Green- l)l:2(t, eonmmn(ler of Rugby Post American l,eion; nnd ,buk lrevda, lmst Kings County exe(:utive eom- mitt(:em'tn, American Legion. All are Jews and vet.er)ns of (he World W/2l'. R'uh(d Sir(:( (r, the main thorough- fare of Aaronsl)urg is name(l after (he founder's wife. IAI,'I'IM()RI,: (WNS) Nazi "mti- S(,mitism Ires eve:,t(,(l :t serious i)rol)- iem f,)r th(! tin(l ell l,uth(,,'nn ('.hu,'(d) ill Alll(ric:l he(qllls(, of l.h(' ll2rge munl):w of "n(,n-Ary:n" Christi:ins (xl):tt,'ial(d I)y the Nur(,mb(q'g laws, :t r(q)ort of the B(2nrd of Airier(can Missions 122:lde al |lit: lll,}l co22VOll- (ion of lhe (:hu,'cll revealed this week. The rel)ort (Itch(red that "for every .h;w (herc .u'e two Christin.ns that fall Hnde2' this I)an. "Among the unfor(21,m((: victims III'C IIIIM2V ]AIt.h(wltl2 pl2stors tll(I the()- h)gical students who, since they cannot serve in the Imther'm Church in Germany, must seek el)things in othcr (Olllltl'ios. "Ther( seems to be little effort on ihc part of the Imthe,'nn Church to relieve the distress of these Luther- ins (,f Jewish ancestry who h.ve a right to exl)eet the hell)(rig lmnd of fellowshi I) (if (heir I)reth)'en in tlm faith." N. Y. Nazi Camp Is Hit RIVERIII!A1), L. I. (WNS)--Aet- ing on (.oml)laints I, 3, h)cal resi2h:nts 'tn(l I,atri(I(ic groul)s who el)jeer Io the un-American .letivities (,f (,121; Nazi Can) 1 ) Siegfried at Y:q)hank, the State Ah!,,h(,lic Beve,'age Control Bo:ml this week refuse(I t,) renew a I)e(w and wine lie(,ns( hchl 1)3' the C12211), The Cttll/p'S II/:2ill SOIII'(!(! O[ I'CV(IlllO is front the sale of l)ecr "u,d wi2,(.. The license, which cxpir('(l Oe(o- ))(:2" I, was in the name of Henry Hauck, the canq)'s manager, who to- gether with tive other oflieids )if the (!12211]))S ()WII(H', lhe (q'lllI21)-AlllPl'i(Htll Setthmtent l,(!:tgue, was found guilty |'(st July of viola.ting the ,'tlt(.( civil rih(s law. 0hYM BR :rs the Water" OLYMPIA BREWING CO., OLYMPIA, WASH., U. S. A. VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME AT *'Otle of America's Exceptional Breu,eries" OPEN DAILY INCLUDING SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS Guide service 9 a.m. to 4:0 p.m. L . Thomas Mann Heads Writers In Exile NI,;W Y()RK (WNS)--.\\;nti-Nazi GOl'llt:L21 writers, including many of lhe Reich's lea(ling men of letters, who .ire in exih: in this country, this week organized themselves into the German-American Writers' Associa- tion under the honor:try presi(lency ,,f Thomas Maun .tn(l th(: presidency (,f ()skar Maria Graf. Memt)ershil) "is ,,l)en (rely to those who (Io n(,t aCCel)t or(h:rs front the Nazi government." I BONNEY-WATSON COMPANY FUNERAL DIRECTORS EAsT 0013 1702 BROADWAY SEATTLS MASLAN & MASLAN Railway Ex. Bids. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR KING COUNTY No. 309917, Summons by Publication THOMAS P. BAILEY, Plaintiff. vs. MAP..IE PAULINE BAILEY, Defendant. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO MA- RIE PAULINE BAILEY, Defendant: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit, within sixty (60) days after the 281h day of October, 1938, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and an- swer the complaint of the plaintiff, Thomas P. Bai]ey, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorneys for the plain- tiff at their office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be ren- dered against you according to the demand of thn complaint which has been filed with the Clerk of said court. This action is one to procure a divorce on tbe grounds of desertion and abandonment. MASLAN & MASLAN, Attorneys for Plaintiff. ()ffice and Post Office Address: 224-5-6-7 Railway Exchange Bldg. Seattle, King County, Washington. 10-28-38-61 12-2-38. Crossfire Kills Old German Newspaper ST. LOUIS (WNS)--The West- liche Post, one of the oldest Ger- man-language newspapers in the country, which was once edited by Morris Pinner, a Jewish po- litical supporter of Abraham Lin- coln and once owned by the late Joseph Pulitzer, late publisher of the New York World, this week fell a victim to the cleavage cre- ated among German-Americans by Nazi propaganda and sus- pended publication. J. O. Pfeiffer, the paper's editor, said that it lost circulation and advertising because Nazis ac- cused it of being anti- Nazi, and anti-Nazis believed it to be pro- Nazi. As a result of this cross-fire of charges the paper went bankrupt. Robert Moses Is Given Roosevelt Medal NI"W Y()RK (WNS)--Rol)ert Mo- ses, New York's i):u'k (OIl21)lisSiOl2(!l', this weel w'ts aw't)'ded ()t,( of th(! two Roosevelt Medals for I(.);}8 for "distinguished se,'vice in the "2(1- ministrn(ion (,f public office," l)y (,]2(; Roosevelt Memori'd Association. (liven It2121ttally to '1 ])(H'SOII WhO has distinguished himself il, certain fMds associated with the (.arecr ,)f Presi(hmt Theo(h)re Roosevelt, this year's ,nedal went to Mr. Moses for his services in connection with the city's parks. NEWSFACTS: llusky, tl)inning- haired, energetic Mr. Moses is Sel)h- ,u'(lic, has l)uilt 250 city playgrounds, 233 22lilts of Illotor I):t2'l:w2tys, given New York the most elal)orate recre- a.tion facilities in (.lie U.S. He l)uilt Jones Beach, where 130,000 b'd, hers c,'m also listen to el)era 'tml 14,000 cars c'tn be p'trked; Orchard ]]each, where 100,000 bathcrs cavort; and BethlmgC Park, which includes a I)oh) tiehl and golf cou,'s(,s. Mexico Gets Tough With Refugees MEX1C() (JI'I'Y (WNS)--In a sud- lien revers:tl of its I),'evious[y ex- I)resscd readiness to do everything l)ossibh: to absorb I)olitical refugees from Europ(:, the Mexican govern- men(> (his week qnnoun(:ed (h.2t it would Hot :t(hnit )'efuKees under tourist visas. $100 A MONTH! For $1 A MONTH! This unusual ACCIDENT POLICY pays $100.00 a month for ANY kind of accident--from the first day! Other Benefits Include: "k Principal Sum for Death "k Double Indemnity Hospital Confinemenl "k Aviation Coverage , Identification All for less than the cost of a daily newspaper! LIPMAN & ESFELD naurance, ExcluMvel t. SMITH TOWER Main 2841 R E= E LECT.. Judson W. SHORETT Democrat To The STATE SENATE 37th District I have known Senator Shorett for a good number of years. He first entered the State Legislature in 1933, where he made an exceptionally fine record in the special session, called for that year. In 1935, he became chairman of the Education Com- mittee in the Senate, guiding with an intelligent mind the policies of the schools of higher education in the state. In 1937, he became chairman of the powerful Appropriations Committee which expended under his chairmanship 134 mil- lion dollars throughout the state. His record, especially on taxes and old age pensions, is very good, and I sincerely recommend his re-election. (Paid A(lv.) JACK STEINBERG. HORSE with HORSE POUiER What about Taxes and Rates under P.U.D. operation? THIS QUESTION has arisen in connection with some pro- i posals to establish Public Utility Districts (P.U.D.s) as a substitute for Puget Power's closely knit, well integrated, efficient operating system. THE ANSWER is: A P.U.D. might appear to cut its actual costs of distributing electricity through tax levying and tax dodging. In the counties where Power Districts have alread. been set up, a tax of $476,869.00 has been icvied for this year by the P.U.D.s. In your own best interests, before you vote for a P.U.D., it seems to me that it would be well to have legislati0n enacted so that P.U.D.s would pay taxes to the same extent and on the same basis as Puget Power! Then you would bc in a better position to judge rates and see where you arc coming out. You don't want to be the victim of a scheme that adds dollars to your tax bill. Taxes bulk large in Puget Power's rates--for instance if the Company didn't have to pay taxes and the savings were applied against domestic income, rates for that class of service could bc reduced by more than one- third. Give Puget Power the right to levy a two mill tax and free it from the obligation of including in its rates about a $2,000,000 a year tax bill and it will give you a reduction in rates that will be a knockout. PRESIDENT PUGET sOUnD POWER & LIOHT (ompgnv