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PAGE EIGHT THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT, SEATTLE NOVEMBER 10, 1933 [Ioosevelt. / InN THE WEEK'S NEWS Slams Nazis Berma s oenfeld, furnituremag-'Henry Prusoff, lank)" Jewish net nate and head of the House of ace, met his arch-foe Mel Dranga Schoenfeld, this week was elected in an indoor exhibition match in I to represent the furniture industry Vancouver, B. C. Saturday night NEW YORK -- Col. Theodore Roosevelt, former governor-general of the Philippines who recently re- turned from a trip abroad during which he visited Germany, is "un- alterably opposed" to the Nazi anti- Jewish program, he declared today, "In company with all liber- al-minded men and women who believe in democracy and the hard-fought fight that man has waged for freedom of thought and liberty, I am un- alterably opposed to the policy Germany has adopted against the Jews," he declared. "It offends the basic concepts on which our government is founded. It controveris the first principle of the Declaration of Independence." German Jews Told To Approve Hitler (Continued from Page 1) and signifying approval of the Nazi regime's policies--since, in this election, the voters have no other course--spells danger for them since refrain- ing from voting would label them as enemies of the pres- ent government. This would be especially dangerous in the provinces where failure to vote could be easily traced, it was said. PARIS (W.N.S.)--Jacques Stern, a member of a number of previous governments, today was appointed minister.of Merchant Marine in the cabinet just formed by Premier Al- bert Sarraut. 8TRE[T PHARMACY SOL. L. SHURE A L L _ FREE Apitol  DELIVERY 3 9 3 2 Promptly sECOND Bl WEEKt" "the greatest rnufica| of agt ,,Foo00licjh00 Parade" PowellRub Kee|er Dck Joan B|ondell James Cagne 300 Gorgeous Girls Every Day2Sc "tBI One in the Seattle Retail Trade Conn-i cil, He is nationally-prominent in: furniture circles. Saul Haas, Seattle's first Jewish customs collector, ex-newspaper- man and author of a plan to curb crime, this week had good new and bad to announce. The good: a 100 per cent increase in custom business for the past 4 months. The bad: federal investigation of alleged customs irregularities before Mr. Haas took office. Joseph Cohen, University of Wash- ington sociology instructor, Se- attle-raised and educated, this week was given a leave of absence from the University until April to aid the federal Emergency Relief Administration in making a state unemployment census. Irwin Masher, ex-University of Washington student, former sports scribe and more recently Seattle correspondent for the Underwri- ters' Report, insurance trade paper, this week took up his new duti'es as executive secretary of the In- surance Agents' League of Wash- ington, insurance trade associa- tion. Lieut. Alex Cohn, prominent in Reserve Officers' Corps activities and Temple Leaguer, was in charge of decorations at a Reserve Officers' Armistice Day luncheon Tuesday, at the Arctic Club. Dr. Jerome B. Jacobs, obstretician, and Elkan Morgenstern, pioneer Seattle resident, Temple de Hirsch worker and business executive, celebrated their birthdays Satur- day. Dr. Jacobs was born in Den- ver; Mr. Morgenstern, in San Fran- cisco. Fete To Be Held On Saturday A program of entertainment, in- cluding a play and a dance, will be sponsored by the Russian Literary Dramatic Society of Seattle Satur- day at the Novikoff Studios, 522 Seneca St., at 9 p. m., Mrs. Michael Savelson, assisting with arrange- ments, announced today. Admis- sion will be nominal. MUSIC BOX "Footlight Parade," spectacular musical comedy film with a cast of l twenty prominent screen personali- ties headed by Ruby Keeier, Dick Powell, Joan Blondell and James Cagney, has been proving so popular with patrons at John Hamrick's Music Box Theatre that it will be held over for a second week, Mr. Hamrick announced. BLUE MOUSE Constance Bennett is seen in a glamorous role in her newest photo- play, "After Tonight," now showing at John Hamrick's Blue Mouse Theatre. "After Tonight" is billed as an exciting romance, bristling with intrigue, and featuring Gilbert Roland opposite Miss Bennett. Masquerader THE FOX RIVER BUTTER CO. INC. We Sell Feed . . also buy Eggs & Poultry "V" "V" Distributors . Butter, Eggs, Cheese & Poultry ELiot 6280 320l UTAH AVE. SEATTLE Two Big Fealures Carole Lombard in "Brief Moment" with Gene Raymond and ,'Rafter Romance' with Ginger Rogers CHERRY STREET Kosher Market Quality meats and high grade delicatessen. Choice groceries and vegetables in connection. Free delivery. 2724 EAST CHERRY ST. PRospect 4703 and took three straight sets. Councilman David Levine, Seattle's only Jewish "city father," this week was co-author of a proposed city liquor control plan. He is also waging an anti-city manager fight. Stanley Jaloff, Joel Staadecker, J. M. Schermer, Mrs. E..D. Loch- man, Sidney C. Anschell, Mrs. Stanley Blumenthal, Mrs. Har- old Offer, Samuel Stone, Mrs. Samuel Stone, Louis Friedlan- der and Arthur S. Morgenstern were among bridge enthusiasts entered in a city-wide contract bridge tournament just concluded. Mrs. M. A. Gottstein, nationally- known amateur impressario and friend of the artistic great, this week was a patroness at a recep- tion opening the new Fischer Con- cert Hall Wednesday evening at 1519 Third Ave. Jacob Lighter and Reuben Fried- man, certified public accountants and partners in the firm of Fried- man & Lighter, this week were made, respectively, first vice presi- dent and treasurer of the Wash- ington State Association of Public Accountants at the association's annual convention in Yakima. S. S. Freeman, Spokane public accountant, was elected to the as- sociation directorate. Alfred Shemanski, the University of Washington's first Jewish reg- ent, president of the Seattle Com- munity Fund, Temple de Hirsch leader and active in civic affairs, this week was named as one of five representatives of industry on a Regional Labor Board. The board will adjudicate NRA labor dis- putes. Ben Levine, Workmen's Circle leader, and Sam Gold, 18 years old, 770 30th Ave., were treated for injuries at City Hospital last week, after a collision in a car driven by Mr. Levine's son, Irv. They were recovering this week. Miss Bertha Martin, pretty head of the Jewish Junior League and high school teacher, this week an- nounced she is not teaching night school at Broadway High School, as reported through error in this column. World Parley Maps $9,600,000 Program (Continued from Page 1.) to raise their own funds and to turn them over to the executive board. The advisory commission will consist of representatives of the various delegations that attended the conference while the executive board will com- prise representatives of the Jewish Board of Deputies, the Alliance Israelite Universelle, the Jewish Agency, the Com- mittee of Jewish Delegations, the American Jewish Commit- tee and the American Jewish Congress. All plans devised are to be pre- sented to James G. MacDonald, League of Nations high commissioner for German refugees, for his indorse- ment. The conference also decided to establish a special political office in London to coordinate the various political work in behalf of the Ger- man Jews. Delegates of 45 Jewish organiza- tions from all parts of the world gathered at the conference. Speak- ers were Neville Laski, president of the Jewish Board of Deputies, Dr. Chaim Weizmann, Chief Rabbi Joseph Itertz, Chief Rabbi Sylvain Levi of France, Dr. S. Margoshes of the American Jewish Congress, Lewis Strauss of the American Jewish Com- mittee, and d'Avigdor Goldsmid, former president of the Board of Jewish Deputies. Mayfa00r Grrill Is Smart Dining Place An invitation to Jewish lovers of fine cuisine and attractive dining surrounding to visit the Mayfair Grill and Marine Club at 615 Pine St., was extended today by the May- fair management. The newly-open- ed care boasts 24 hour service and the services of Rene Roth, former Arctic Club chef. SEEKS FUNDS MRS. ELLA FISTELL, field secretary of the noted Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society of Denver, who was a Seattle visitor today. She will stay for two weeks, seeking funds to tide over a financial crisis now facing the Denver insti- tution, maintained by Jewish funds, but open to tuberculo- sis sufferers of all creeds. While in Seattle Mrs. Fistell is being aided by the local auxiliary to the J. C. R. S., before whose members she spoke Wednes- day. 00lain 00alk (Continued from Page 1) as well. downstairs, he ascended to the upper story and came at length to a closet whose door was closed. Then he trembled again, for the crying came from within the closet; and again he spoke the holy words and his right arm at once wasmade strong to open the door. In the closet hung a talith and from this talith the sad lament issued, and the rabbi addressed the talith: "Talith, why do you cry?" And the talith answered: "I cry because the one who wore me has gone away." Then the rabbi said: "Is it to cry because Chalm has gone away? Is he not already prospering in Am- erica?" And the talith wept again and said: "Only me he has left behind. He took all his goods, his featherbeds and his pillows, his samovar and his goblets, his money and his gar- ments, and only me he left behind. Only me he has forgotten." Then the rabbi's sighing mingled with the weeping of the talith and it was like one lament; for the rabbi's heart was smitten to see the Jew re- membering all his earthly goods but forgetting his talith, which was the holy garment in which to appear before the Most High, not only in this life, but in the life to come New-Type Oil Burner Fuel Offered By Diesel Oil Sales Company Here Offering Seattle Jewish oil burner users a new-type fuel, especially de- signed for burner use, which elimi- nates coke residue and cuts down heating costs, the Diesel Oil Sales Company, 115 Belmont Ave. N., to- day began a campaign to acquaint Diesel oll users with the merits of the new burner oil, developed by the Standard Oil Company. "This new oil," J. E. Lucas, president of the Diesel Oil Sales Company explained, "is unsurpassed in heating eco- nomy and was perfected after years of research. Instead of the ordinary diesel oil which was originated for marine purposes, this fuel results in great heating economy be- cause of its special structure. "Furthermore, the Diesel Oil Sale s: Company offers prompt delivery' day or night, and efficient repair services," Mr. Lncas reminded. The Diesel Oil Sales Company is a member of the NRA. 250 Hear Talk Of Governor Martin (Continued from Page 1) to a brighter day, and this is the spirit that will carry America out of hard times." Governor Martin's address--and Kenneth's singing--were highlights of the banquet, at which Charles Horowitz, retiring Men's Club pre- sident, was toastmaster and at which Otto Grunbaum, Emanue[ Rosen- berg and Leonard Gerber, spoke. "That a Jew should forge his chief garmentF' he cried. "A Jew might wear all the fullness of a king's robes but without his talith wha is he? Without his tallth, he is naked." But even as he spoke, his heart commenced to rise from the depth of desolation into which it had fallen i until its happiness shone like two lights in his eyes; for he had found words by which to comfor this un- happy talith ifi the closet. And he spoke again: "Oh, beloved talith, consider: This Chaim who has deserted thee has gone over the seas to seek his fortune. And let us hope that he becomes as rich as the king and possesses gold tha fills his strong boxes to overflowing and lives in .a great palace and rides in golden motor cars. "What more can we wish bim? We wish him that he becomes the greatest tailor in America making a hundred million garments every year; and let Chaim's name shine in lights in all the cities, pro- claiming the renown of Chaim the tailor." But the disconsolate tallt[ was not to be comforted by these good wishes, and it wept softly: "But me he has deserted. Everything he ias taken with him and only me he has left behind." Then the rabbi answered: "Weep not, beloved talith. There will come another time: Chaim will go away again. Then he will leave behind the gold which is in his strong boxes and his great palace and his golden motor cars. And he will not take aiong even one machine of the many that make his hundred million gar- ments and he will leave behind also his glittering name which shines in light in all the cities. "Everything he will leave behind but, beloved talith, thee he will take along. Only thee." ttearing this, the talith wept no more and the rabbi returned to his own house and the bitter cold did not persecute his bones as he walked in the night; for he felt the glow of a prophet.--(Copyright, 1933). CttICAGO -- Bishop Manning of New York this week told an audience of 10,000 mid-western Episcopalians that the anti-Semitic program of the Hitler government in Germany is "not reconcilable with the reign of Christ in this world." Announcement THE Seattle Trust Company announces the removal of its banking rooms and vaults to the Northeas00 Corner of Second Avenue and Columbia Street. A cordial invitation is extended to the public to inspect the trust, savings and safe deposit facilities on the new premises.* *Our friends have so generously contributed to the many charitable demands made upon them during the past year, and the need for further donations is so great, that we as k you not to send us the customary flowers. SEATTLE TRUST COMPANY SECOND AVENUE at COLUMBIA STREET L. 8. BOOTH CEBERT BAILLARGEON W. E. CO.AN GEORGE DONWORTH A. S. DOWNEY CHARLTON L. HALL Directors P. E. HARRIS' J. FRANK JEr'EERSON HENRY H. Juso REGINALD H. PARSONS A. SHEMANSK! E. L. SgEEL O. B. THORGRIMSON JAMES W. WHEELEIt. C. S. WILLS WORRALL WILSON K. WINSLOW, JR.