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)ECEMBER 9, 1938 Interest To Jews u00hout the World a review recently, Senator Wil- E. Borah, of Idaho, meml)er of committee on foreign relations the United States Senate, warned colleagues in the public against effect of stretching the immigra- laws in favor of Jewish refugees. the town of Goderich, Canada, city council unanimously adopt- a resolution forbidding the cit- to wear a Hitler mustache and the town marshall to see law was strictly enforced. on the campus of the Uni- of Indiana, over night, many placards were posted. of the college made a investigation and conclud- that this was a prank of irrespon- groups and not representative the college spirit. Various uni- groups denounced the act immediately remove the of- placards. $ * $ the Spokesman-Review, pub- at Spokane, Washington, there I a dispatch under a Rome, Italy line, in which there was quoted editorial from a leading Italian which it was suggested t Jews in Italy be sterilized. is merely repeated here for Durpose of showing to what ex- lengths intolerance and per- might go. $ $ $ seems to be a battle on be- en the financiers of Wall St. who ly the money and the producers ,wood. The latter seem fay- to abandoning plans of sac- ng capital here-to-fore invested anti ]tali.n film ])l&apos;o(hlc- lizal)eth Schr:Lder of thc German of (-,ohunl)i: University a admitted Jew-hater and on 't of occasions h,ts el)only ex- the opinion that ]litler is his treatment of the ,Iews. $ $ $ ]:erensky, one-time Pro- of Russia, declares there was Jew in the original revolution- and that Father is utterly wrong in his as- [on that the banking firm of Loeb and Company eontri- money to the revolution by the Czar was overthrown in nor did that firm sul)seribe to fficial loan made by the United to the Kerensky regime. * $ actors and arch- throughout the Soviet empire mass meetings, attended Vast sympathetic crowds at which eminent Russians have pro- against Nazi German atroci- against the Jews. * $ are getting a taste of own medicine. It is said that a purge has been under- !a by their German masters and as result, 135 suspected ones been shot. * $ illiam Randolph Itearst, in a rndicated editorial makes a for the joining of all religious in a battle for freedom of $ $ $ Cul)an hnmigration authori- have tcmporarily admitted 20 who were order deported to $ $ $ Arcand, French Canadian leader has announced that a nationwide campaign, DUrpose of which will be to mo- :e sentiment ,gainst the admis- Lf Jews to Canada. $ $ $ Irvin Stalms.ster, formerly Justice of the Supreme ef Nebraska, who recently Omaha to Beverly IIills, & GERSHON Smith Tower |1[ SUPERIOR COURT OF THE OF WASHINGTON PeR THE COUNTY OF KING Ills matter of the Estate of SAM BERLINER, Deceased Notice of Hearing Final Report Petition for Distribution. is hereby given that BEN BER- and SAM L. CREVIN, Executors of SAM BERLINER have filed office of the Clerk of said Court their and petition for distribution, the Court to settle said Report, dis- the property to the persons thereto and to discharge said Executom; and Report and petition will be heard day of December, I938, at 9:39 at the Court Room of the Probate of said Court. this 22nd day of November, 1938. Clerk of Said Court. ly ARTHUR sTEwART, Deputy. 12-16-38 was this week el)pointed by the Sec- retary of Labor, Frances Perkins, as Permanent Impartial Arbitrator for tim Southern California area, to set- tle disputes between the Waterfront Employers' Association of the Paci- fic Coast and the International Longshoremens' and Warehouse- men's Union. * $ * "Proportionately, Jews are no more numerous in public office un- der the New Deal than at any other time but they have been given more prominence by increased govern- mental publicity. $ $ * Freud, when told that his books had been burnt, said that civiliza- tion had adwtnced in the last 100 years, explaining that 100 years ago he would have been burnt instead of his books. Sport She ts Here and There Milt Area, one of the leading wel- terweights in the nation, was married l'tst Smlday . . . his father, Rabbi Aronson of Dul)uque, Ia., performed the ceremony... Oh well, marriage, they sty, is a great institution.. Barney Ross, former lightweight and welterwdght chaml)ion, is doing a bit of all right for himself in New Jersey... Lou Gordon, who suffered :1, broken leg qs a meml)er of the Chie.tgo B(utrs this yen,', is pr.tctic- ally 100 ])er ce])t :tgain . . . and will I)e  1)oliee oltieer within " short time. l[ow al)ou|i some college gral)l)ing Ul) Mr. Bemmh l#rie(lman, who is doing big things with little material at C. C. N. Y.? . . . Wonder wh'tt lemmh eouhl do with some real, good, sul)stanti:tl mlterial? . . . What; has hal)l)ened to l[tr)'y Newm:tn, who followed Friedman at Michigan? Pro grid moguls, with :in eye to l heir ,lewish followings, are :tnxious to lnnd "Biggie" (]ol(l])erg an(l Sill I,u(.knmn... Gohlbcrg tel'early au- ])oun(:e.d he wouhl gladly 1)l,y pro ball--for $15,000 l)er. . Mr. Gohl- I)erg knows what the "gold" in his n.une stqn(ls for, evidently... Alex Schoenl)aum, named tackle on the first ,loosh All-American, is re- ceiving the c.dl on all-Western Con- fel'etlce teams.., lid's the giant from Ohio St:ttc... Sid Roth, Cornell's gu,'l.r(1, is another alI-Eastcrn nominee who first was honored on our Jewish All-Ann,,rican. ((opyright, 1938) MASLAN & MASLAN Railway Exchange Bldg. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR KING COUNTY CAROLYN TIRRE, Plaintiff VS* ARTHUR J. TIRRE, Defendant No. 303610, Summons By Publication. The State of Washington To Arthur J. Tlrre, 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 2rid day of December. 1938. and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled court, and answer the amended complaint of the plaintiff, CAROLYN TIRRE, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorneys for the plaintiff at their office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the de- mand of the amended complaint which has been filed with the Clerk of said Court. This action is one to procure a divorce on the grounds of cruelty, personal indignities and abandonment. MASLAN & MASLAN, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Office and P. O. Address: 224-5-6-7 Railway Exchange Building, Seattle. King County, Washington. 12-2-38 6t 1-6-39 Maslan & Maslan . . Railway Ex. Bldg. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR KING COUNTY. JOHN VANDERPOOL, vs. EDITH VAN- DERPOOL, Defendant. No. 31038 t, Summons by Publication. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO EDITH VANDERPOOL, 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 18th day of November, 1938, and defend the above en- titled action in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, John Vanderpool, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorneys for the plaintiff at their office below stated; and in ease of your failure sn to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of tbe complaint which has been filed with the Clerk of said court. This action is one to prooure a divorce on the ground of cruelty, personal indignities and abandonment. MASLAN & MASLAN, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Office and Post Office Address: 224-5-67 Railway Exchange Building, Seattle, King County, Washington. 11-18-38 6t 12-23-38 THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT, SEATTLE Jewish Police Protect Nazis NEW YORK (WNS)--Three Jew- ish officers--Capt. Max Finkel- stein, Lieut. Jacob Lickers and Sergt. Isaac Goldstein--this week were in command of a special po- lice detail created by Police Com- missioner Valentine to protect the Nazi consulate and Nazi officials. All other members of the detail are Jews. Finkelstein is president of the Shomrim Society, the Jew- ish organization in the police de- partment. The late Theodore Roosevelt did the same thing when he was police commissioner, appointing 40 Jewish policemen to protect the Roy. Ahiwardt, a German anti- Semitic preacher, who was lectur- ing on the East Side. Jew ElectedTo N. Y. Council NEW YORK (W. N. S.)--George Backer, one-time candidate for Con- gress on the American Lal)or party ticket, has been selected by the State Executive Committee of the Ameri- can Lal)or Party to succeed the late B. Charney Vl'tdeck as a lnemher of the City Council. Mr. l'telter, 36-year-old son-in- law of tim late Mortimer Schiff, is president of the .lewish Telegral)hic Agency, viee-1)resident of the Amer- ican-Jewish Joint Distril)ution Com- mittee, a member of the State Mini- mum Wage ]oard for the Laundry Industry, a director of the Americ'tn Ari)itration Association, is in ch,trge of the P:destine Imvilion "It the New York World's Fair, "tad an active worker for Jewish phihtnthrol)ies. Born in New York City on Jantutry 18, 1902, Mr. lL'tekeJ' was educated al the University of Pemlsylwtnia and then enl.ered his father's 1)usi- ]less, i'eltl esl, ate :lt(l COllstruction. ]lis nl)l)oinlunent t,o tim key post formerly hehl hy Mr. Vladeck was nl)l)roved I)y Mayor LaGuardia. A staunch New I)e.tler, Mr. Backer is a l)erso]ud friend of President Roose- velt. Phillips Will Return To Italy WARM SPRINGS, G. (W.N.S.) --])is(;losure th.t Aml)asasdor Wil- liam Phillil)s planned to return to Rome, Deceml)er 10, indicated tirol the Adminisl.ration was prepared, for tim ti]n( being, to deal more gently with lt'tly than with Germany in its diplomatic efforts in t)ehalf of el)- pressed minorities in 1,3urope. Although the Italian govcrnmcnt had a(Iopl,ed anti-Seinitic measures similar to those of the Nazis, its qc- activity thus far has heen mild in comp,trison to that in Germany. MASLAN & MASLAN - Railway Ex, Bldg. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR KING COUNTY. CLOVA HOLDEN, Plaintiff, vs. C. M. HOLDEN, Defendant. No. 310157, Summons by Publication. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO C. M. HOLDEN, DEFENDANT: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) daYS after the date of the first publication of this summons, te-wit, within sixty (60) days after the 4th day of November, 1938, and defend the above en- titled action in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Clova Holden, and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorneys for the plaintiff at their office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of tbe complaint which has been filed with the Clerk of said court. This action is one to procure a divorce on the grounds of non-support, cruelty and per- sonal indigtnities. Maslan & Maslan, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Office and Postoffice address: 224-5-6-7 Railway Exchange Building, Seattle, King County, Wasbipgton. 11-4-12-9-6t ROBBINS & RICKLES Northern Life Tower IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF KING In the Matter of the Estate of THERON AUGUSTUS NOBLE, Deceased. In Probate, No. 71429, Notice to Creditors Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has qualified as executrix of the estate of THERON AUG- USTUS NOBLE, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said executrix or her attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication, Dec. 2nd, 1938. CHARLOTTE B. NOBLE, Executrix of said Estate. ROBBINS & RICKLES, Attorneys for Estate, 2107 Northern Life Tower, Seattle, Wash. 12-2-38 3t 12-16-38 , c. ........ _ FA?E T:.E E , Congress May Consider .....  ' <'-.ugeFor AidSUms Jewish Refugee Problems WASHINGTON, I). C. (WNS)-- That the whole question of what part the United States will play in aiding 700,000 persecuted Jews in GerInany will come before the 76th Congress, became a certainty this week when President Roosevelt declared his in- tention of laying the entire refugee problem before the next session of Congress. He made this announcement in a statement revealing he had in- structed Secretary of Labor Perkins to extend for six months the visas of between 12,000 and 15,000 refugees from Germany now in this country on visitors' permits. Seeking to prevent the enforced re- turn of these refugees until their ultimate destiny is determined, the President said he took this un- precedented step because all pre- cepts of human decency forbade ejecting them to face the terror in Germany. While the President emphasized that there was no intention of seek- ing changes in existing immigration quotas, some mcinhers of Congress proposed to mortgage the German immigration quota for the next three years so that 81,000 refugees could be admitte(t at once. Lloyd's Revoke Insurance LON DON (\\;VNS)--l,h)yd's of Lon- don, world-f.unous insurance society, this week SUSl)ended all l)aylnents on insurgence l)olicies ]mid 1)y Jews whose I)l'Ol)erties were wrecked dm'ing the recellt l)Ogl'Oln, Pll).])ose is tO ])re- ve)l[, the (el'lllall gl)vel'))lllellt fl'onl (onlis(:al.ing I)tlylnelll.s. The t)ay- meats are to b(; inal)mtn(lcd in Lea- (Ion and paid ovt 1:,) p,)licyhohlcrs only when Ihey sue(eed iu ]caving Germany. The New Y,)rker St:uts Zeitung und ller()hl, the c,)tml,ry's lea(ling (lernltll-htngtutge (lnily, I)ul)lished "m editorial in which i{ :,sserLed that it :l)an(h)ned "as ftlse" the hope it trod hehl out to its re:t(lers for' "de(:ellc, y" from the l}rese]l; rulers of Germ:my. "Terrible evenls of the last few days can hardly he erased froln the minds of nmnkind," the. edil.orinl said. "The hol)(s we had, often against our I)etter judgment, have proved themselves 1o /)o false. The excesses of the Inol, destroying i)ropcrly, m.fltreati)g pcol)le, are now being folh)wed I)3' a cehl terror which, in its consequen(es will 1)e nluch lnore horril)le than the brutal acts them- selves committed under the pretense and official palliation of 'spont.tn- eolls action.'" Richard Brothers (1757-1824), an lnglishman who styled himself the Prince of the Hebrews foretold the violent death of Gustave VIII of Sweden. The King was assassinated on March 29, 1792. HAVANA CIGARS I BUY DIRECT ] FROM MAKER [ Mattresses rebuilt and [ recovered ...... | Get Our Prioes on New [ Mattresses. Your old | mattress made spring [ filled at reasonable [ prices ........ I I)ENlS000 MhT00ESS C0. I Meanwhile, Mrs. Roosevelt sug- gested that the United States might possibly give temporary shelter to a considerable mnnber of the refugees. "Perhaps those suffering from racial 1)ersecution could be given visitor's permits," she said. "I think we should be quite willing to leave to Congress what steps should be taken to admit people beyond our present quotas, which I do not think should be changed. "For ourselves, I hope we will do, as individuals, all we can to preserve what is a traditional right in this country--freedom for different races and different religions." Ford Opposes Nazi Program A few days ago a statement was issued by Henry Ford in which he declared opposition to Nazi perse- cutions, favored the entrance of re- fugees into this country an(l declar- ed that his Jewish workmen had l)een universally competent and loyal. This has called forth the wr'tth of hot headed Father Coughlin who 'gain rushed into the headlines. '['he priest now seeks to discount the Ford statement by showing that it was prepared in conjunction with Rabbi I,eo M. Franklin of l)etroit. This has never been denied. But Harry Bennett, Ford personal dir- ector, states that Ford authorized the interview. It would seem from all this that somebody ought to muzzle the Detroit cleric, lIc is doing a very bad work in stirring U I) religious inl:olerance. Peol)le ' Itl'e I)eginnitg to think |,hat he is a plain, (Olnlnon I)rand of l)ul)licity hound. Football Contest Adds To Funds NIiW YORK (W. N. S.)---l'laycrs fronl Manluttta, b City (ollege, Ford- h'lln, N. Y. U. "t)(1 Cohnnl)i were ready for (heir football gilt with the Brooklyn l)odgers to benefit C.ttho- lic, I)votestant "nd Jewish refugees from Germany. Benny Friedman, one-time Michigan st.r is heqd coach of the All-Stars. Sid Luckman, 1)rilliant Cohnnl)i,'t l)asser will Im in the lineup. Rings Offerings For Refugees NEW YORK--Refugee aid from an unexpected source was receiv- ed this week at the office of The Jewish Examiner from Mrs. J. Lesser of Suffolk, Va. Mrs. Lesser offered a gold ring a sentimental possession--to be sold to aid refugees and made the suggestion that other women do the same. LONDON (W.N.S.)--The budget . of the Jewish Agency, official Jewish body for the upl)uihting of Palestine for the fiscal year 1838-39, which is supplied l)y the Keren I=[ayesod, was set at $5,000,000 this week by the Agency's Administrative Committee at its meeting here. This sum is separated from the ob- ligations of the JewiM National Fund, which is expected to require it least another $5,000,000 during the same period. The budget of the Zionist Execu- tlve, as distinct from the actual up- building program of the Agency Executive, was fixed at $200,000, bas- ed on a mle of 1,000,000 shekoliin dur- ing the next year. Jew Is Elected PITTSBURGH (W. N. S.)--Be- spectacled, shrewd Sidney Hillman, president of the Amalgamated Cloth- ing Workers of America, this week is one of the two vice presidents of the Congress of Industrial Organiza- tions. He was elected at its first constitutional convention. $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 "k Hospital Confinement - Aviation Coverale "k Identification All for less than the cost of a daily newspaper! LIPMAN & ESFELD Insurance, Exclusively.  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