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11, 1938 MARCH 11, 1938 THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT TO SPEAK ek ORGANIZATIONS sh Seattle Talmud Torah r Peace Sunday, A1)ril 3, will m.u&apos;k ol>ening 22 ,,r tile new semesle,' of daily lleln'ew ;or Council t classes at Seattle Tahnud Torah, soring a cit. lI. Tavris, principal, announced Lake place  today. aftern<)un ( Children from the ages of 4 to 6 mjamin Rest will be accepted in the kindergarten, ],;very Jowls + and past the age of 6 will be admitted asked to bio regular beginners' classcs. ,g, where di "The school office is now open daily :m . subjc for registration," Mr. Tavris said. utn's heart  "Parents are re'god to cooperate and not to delay tile registration of their children. .a of bu(i(lill "Only through the cooperation of it on Mends the parents shall we be able to adjust rsch Auxiliar the classes properly, right from the luncheon  start." Ralph Lewi Annual children's banquet for ranged a di students and prospective students in t of four f all different branches of the Talmud leaner Roosf Torah -- kindergarten, Sunday land, was irt School, daily Hebrew classes and John Danl Yeshiva--will be given on Thursday, hear, made at 5 p. m. by the Talmud Torah e." Mrs. L0 P.-T. A. in the school. clive Duche The Purim spirit will reign. 3ilhert Rose B'Noth Jeshurun girls' club of the Eve Currie" Talmud Torah will l)resent a playlet )n of her r depicting highlights of the story of story of h+ Purim. m Marie Cul Herman "Pop" Kessler will dis- tribute Sholach Menus to all and prizes to leading students of each fiore Societ: class. r meeting o ill the BikU Importall Herzl Junior Guild sed. By Robert S. Miller Guild members who attended tile oenfeld feted seattle Tahnud Torah Bazaar Sun- L of New Yorl day night were not disappointed at . R. Ii]. Lanth e postponenmnt of the regular rgian Room Guild meeting. Seen there: Guilders nday. Othe Ida and Cunsiance Golden, Julia E. Frank a l Diesenhaus, Betty Aronin; Bess and . Mary Kosher, who canle down from uho arc gues Fvm "- " f  "et, t with their parents, Mr and , were coln|)llA,  " vu's. A. Kosher; Jean Pinch, Gertrnde , dinner 1)art,, : . . ", .... ultl, leson, Betty Funk, Fay Stone, 'l('k v lmn:Madm ' ' and Dorothy Margolis, Bob t night, and George Silver Sam Mincus, ammy M.trcus and llenry I"uxon. It is conservatively estimated that Guihlers alma; consumed over 97 feet of ]lot dogs and 36 quarts of so(la water. ;age I ;raction-- Last night, Lydht Pearl again acle(I OVER" s hoe',tess 1o board members, who met at her honle at 559 19th Ave., to --25 :liscuss the next meeting to be held y Chorus March 20 and to make plans for the aaturesl-- ieming convention onMay 30. Mere- Boots and hers of the Young l'eol)le's League in Saddles" 'all the N n'thwest cities 't '( ( x )( ( tea }one Autry  ' ' it ) be here lu {'tke Imrl in festivit es. P.M. j Thursday. night, March 24, the ..n.onthly Guihl book review will be |given }) i_ I " -y years truly. A current r I |l I M Pl took and a lllay l)v Moliere have i'gHIIIUt;, , , lfurihe", " ht( II (hosel evlew You le invited to tile home of Betty Funk, 303 16th Ave. N., at 8:15 p. m., h/reh 24. Junior Sephardic Leaque METHO1)S total Rugs Furniture y I 00tSON r.R AVE. 8401 By Victor Scharhon First in a series of "Get Acquain- ! ed'' mixers will I}e hehl Suuday -vening, March 27, at ]terzl Syna- :tgue vestry, Sl)Onsired jointly by muor Sephardic League and the Jewish Athletic Club, to promote a closer rehltiunshi 1) be- Ween the lwo clubs. Everyone is ApProxinmtely 35 nle,nbers will go a ski p'trty Sunday near Snoqual- ma sllecially chatered bus, M I|tal allllOUllCeS. Census (}f all Sephardie youth in Icattle has been coml)lcted and a Ystem.tic membershil  drive will I)e aade to increase our meml)ership, it, allllou i/cod today. C ngratul.ttions were beiug ex- en(led to Miss Jeannetle Benaroya --,ld David J. Rein:l, and Miss Chtre ,(.laroya "tnd Larry Schwarlz, on 'FCn'ma'"'"]ilGOgslP:g<'sl)ixie '' Allmdeff es- )orting 8ally Nahmias all day Sun- lay... Diane lsr.ml being stern ) !It!so days... AI Benezra giving F E enlce Albert a break... Advisor [aordon Leon "truckimz" It la Turkey i the Wedding recepti';m... Max Is- lel demonstrating late moclel cars. I ) '" ' resident Leon France editing (he m;w 1)ulletin. erve IN OLDEN DAYS Arsonius of Orta, a Catholic bis- otl) of the ninth century, wanted to reduce the Jewish tallit (prr, ving mwl) rote the Christian services. THE OLYMPIAN .REFINISHING CO. Refinishing of Household and Office Furniture USED CHAIRS a DESKs FOR SALE ELiot 2012 1006 Howell St. (00alendar Mrs. Andrew A. Jordan--East 3342 March 12--Lioneers' l'urim Chttrity l)ance, 9 p. m. March 14--Talmud Torah Auxili- ary, 2 I). m. March 15--Montefiore Aid Society. March 16--Scphardic Talmud Torah Auxiliary, 1:30 p. m. March 16--Bikur Cholum Auxiliary. March 16--Junior Hadassah, 8:15 p. ln. March 16--B'nai B'rith, 8 p. m. March 17--Workmen's Circle Wom- en's Club Executive Meeting, 8 p. m. March 10--Tacoma Section Jewish Juniors' Spring Formal. March 19--Herzl Sisterhood and Men's Club Purim Party, 8:30 p. m. Fraternal Order Of Ashphard By Sol Altabet The second Ashphard Mixer, held at Educational Center Saturday night, was a social success. Chair- man Max Kaminoff stated that Ashphard's new idea for this type of dance will be continued in the future because everyone there enjoyed danc- ing to the music of the nickleodeon. Another mixer will be held in a couple of weeks. Persons wishing any particular songs or orchestras should submit their request to either Max Kami- neff or yours truly. Ashphard skating party 'will be held Saturday night at Playland. Members and alumni planning to go but have no means of transporta- tion shouhl phone Herb Epstt:;n. The Ashphard I)aseball team h.A a softl)all practice at Garfield play- field Smulay. Herb Epstein told menll)ers that 'it the next practice they will nse new equipment pur- chased by the organization. On the team are IIynlie ]3aderman, catcher; Morrie Weinberg, pitcher; Myer Grashin, first base; Herb Epstein, second b'tse; Joel Reib- stein, short stop; Jess Brown, third base; Sol Altabet, left fiehl; Joe ]lalw(, center field and Morrie Jaffe, right/ieht. DO YOU KNOW? -- Ashphard metal)ors are supporting tile Seattle Tahnud Torah Bazaar. President Al Cal)lan is i)hmning to go to Cali- fornia. Gal)riel Bensussen is tile Big Apl)le King. (?hester Gel(I- stein is Ashphard's ski aml)assador at Paradise. Ezra Bessaroth Conqreqation By Max Bonsai Sunday at 11 A. M., ]]Zl'lt Bessaroth C, ongregation melnbers will meet at the synagogue. Smal'kv at 7 P. M., in IIerzl Syna- gogue vestry, Rev. D. Behar, spirit- u.d leader of Ezra Bess.truth Con- grcgation and principal of the Scph- ardic Tahnud Torah, will lu'esent his pupils in a free puriln celebration. Candy will be served to childl:en at- tending. Seattle Jewish Athletic Club By Jack Tacher Rolmrt Ilasson, Israel Ahnoslino, Victor Cahteron, Albert Israel aud Robert Ferrara are new members of Seattle Jewish Athletic Clnb, all- Sel)luu'dic groul), bringing member- shi 1) up to 32. Date for a sld l)arty headed by Leon Israel was set for March 20. A "Sl)orts Mixer" at which l).lsketball teams of the Club and the Junior Sel)hardic League will tangle fur a gohl trophy awarded by the Scphar- dic Brotherhood is being l)lanned. University News S1)orting new Sigma All)ha Mu pills on their vests are Raymond Le- vin of Chicago; Henry Marcus, Spo- kane; Irving Chernick and Fred Rogers, Seattle... Harold Drel)in, the chapter's ace boxer, fought his way to the quarterfinals in the Uni- versity uf Washington's tournament. But if 1)r. David C. Hall's advice is taken, there'll l)e no more collegiate boxing.. Sigma Alpha Mu ping 1)ollg artists were tops in tlmir league. Herzl Reliqious School By Barney I. Shain I"or tim first time in Seattle's his- tory a l'alestini.ui Purim festiwd-- called "Adhlyada"-- will 1)c hchl Sunday "It llerzl Synagogue vestry 'Lt 10 a. m. Instead of having the usual Pu- rim plays, a carniwtl will bc held at which all children will wear cos- ttuYtes. The program will consist of com- munity singing, especially of Purim songs; an amateur hour, and a grand march in which judges comt)osed of members of the board of the Herzl Religious School will pick the girl typifying Queen Esther. Besides Queen Esther, the judges will pick Mordecai, Haman. and King Ahasuerus. "Piece de resistance" is expected to be two boys portraying "Hitler holding hands with Haman." Students who have had perfect attendance on Sunday morning and Saturday morning services will be honored. Competing in the amateur pro- gram will be Zalie Cordova, Esther Golembeck, Lorna Cohcn, Joey Leo- pold, Allan Goldman, Jerry Schain, George Rickles, Jerry Cohn, Gerald IIalpern, Shirley Silver, Rhoda Mae Cohn, Bernard Porad, Mercy Cape- loto, Marian Walker, Sally Ann Cohn, Selma Golembeck, Norman Calve, Edwin Lewis, Eddie Ben- sussen, Clair Silver, Marvin Lewis, Evelyn Porad, Sylvia Schain, Elea- nor Capeloto, Dorothy Capeloto, Je'm Capeloto, Paul Lewis, Milton Lewis and Sigmund Lieberman. School teachers will take part in the festivities. Miss Lydia Pearl expc,.,s Lo come as Rebecca at the Well, while Miss Shirley Rickles will be Queen of Sheba. A feature of tile "Adloyada" will be a game "Knocking Out H.unan's Teeth." Sephardic Talmud Torah AI)lU'oaching of the 2,400-year-old festival of Purim will 1)e marked in the Scphardic community Sunday at 7 p. m., with a specitfl Purim pro- gram, prep.u'ed by 50 Sephardic Tahnud Torall students under Rev. D. Behar, principal, at Herzl Syna- gogue vestry. Chiht,'en of the Hebrew school will emtct the roles of the arch-villain, IIam,tn, and the l)eautiful, Queen Esther, who saved her people. Dia- h)gues, songs, recitations and a Pal- estine sketch will be included on the program, Rcv. Behar said. Refreshments will be served and candy distributed to children, ac- cording to traditiomd custom. The celel)r'ttion will be free and open to the 1)ublic. 60c, $1.00,1.25 (Tu Included) NEW PRICE POLICY PAUL BOESCH presents WRESTLING Civic Aud.--Each Friday Nite Just arrived New and smart im- ported shirtings. Come in and see them. Learn the marvelous satisfac- tion and comfort to be gained by wearing Metropolitan Cus- tom Tailored Shirts. METROPOLITAN SHIRT SHOP 'Sldrtm akers to parttcularpeople ' ' 207 DOUGLAS BUILmN( Fourth Ave. at Union St. AIN 6268 - SEATTLE yoU getting BALD? WE GROW HAIR XERVAC HAIR and SCALP CLINIC 611 Palomar Bldg. Phone EL. 4013 LEO W. SCHWARZ, young auth- or-lecturer, who edited "A Golden Treasury of Jewish Literature," will make his first appearance before a Seattle audience Monday night, March 28, at Temple Cen- ter, in a free lecture on "The Jew In Europe Today," sponsored by Seattle's Federated Jewish Fund. Author Schwarz has just returned from a visit to Europe and Pales- tine. He is touring America get- ting material for a new book, "Contemporary Jewish History," Max Block, Fund drive chairman, explained. Lecturer Schwarz will also show a new slide film, "Through Europe with J. D. C." Seattleites To Attend" Portland J. D. C. Meet (Continued from Page 1) conference in Portland include Max H. Block, Nathan Eckstein, Sol Es- feld, Fred V. Fisher, Jules Glant, Al Goldblatt, Otto S. Grunl)aum, Leo Kreielsheimcr, Melville Monheimcr, P. Allen Rickles, Berman Schoenfeld, Jr., Julius Shafer, and Alfred Shem- anski, Seattle; David Alexander, Chehalis; Hyman Altose, Belling- ham; Dr. L. S. Baskin, Harold I. Dai,s Morris Kleiner, and Lestcr Seinfeld, Tacoma; Martin Brown, Yakima; Ben Cohn, Theodore H, Galhutd and Joseph I. Rubens, Spokane; Simon Nash, Olympia; Jacob Shanedling, Contrails; .)'oc Tanzcr, Longvicw; and Joel Wolfe, A berden. Delegates arc expected to bring their wives to the conference, Mr. Lang said. IIe lminted out that round-tat)le discussions and ques- tioning of Rablfi Wise, who will give his first-hand .tccount ef Jewish con- ditions in Europe tod'ty, are in- cluded on the l)rogram. A sound slide tilm entitled "Through Europe with J. D. C." 'tad a motion 1)icture, "Founding "t N0w Life," showing work of the Agro- Joint in Russia will t)e shown. The confab will inclnde represent- atives from 15 Oregon communities; 9 Washington Jewish centers; Salt Lake CiLy, Utah; ]3illings and Butte in Montana; Reno, Newda; Boise and Pncatello, Idaho; and Van- couver, British Columbia. Martin Klatzker, 33, Is Taken By Death ,Continued from Page 1) Mr. l(latzlwa' was agency org'mizcr for West Coast Lifc Insurance Co., it.s to 1) nlan here for several years. Martin Backer Faces Kidnapers, Kids 'Em Martin Backer, who 10 years ago was witming headlines as a inem- 1)or of the city ehaml)ionship "wonder team" at Ga,'field tligh School and who is now manager of a Marginal W'ty tavern and fruit market, got into the headlines again this week. This time he was victim of two teen-aged bandits who jammed guns into his ribs, told him to get in their car or they'd kill him. He talked thein ont of kidnaping him by promising not to (;all police, but they robt)ed him, then went on to kidnap five other l)ersons. Ex-Athlete Backer, still nervous when repurters reached him, reported he had a gun, but it wasn't handy. CORRECTION in Ilistadruth news of last week, it was reported that a card party was hehl in Bikur Chohun Synagogne. The llarty was held at Educationa! Center. HUGH BAIRD PLYMOUTH-DE SOTO WE NEID USED CAllS1 See Us for a Good Dea4 WE BUY, SELL OR TRADE Seattle's Pioneer Auto Dealer 4th at James EL. 0900 PAGE FIVE Dean Willis Uhl Of U.W. To Speak Tuesday In Synagogue TACOMA--A false gh,'y surrounds "white collar jobs," though skilled llhqllual lal)o,' is often l>etle,' l).dd- - This w,ts the conclusion adwtnced Monday night in Tahnu(l Torah Syn.tgogue 1)y two non-Jewish cdu- c.ttors--Dr. Samucl E. Flemiug, as- sistant stq)e,'intendent (>f Se.tt|le pul)lic schools, and Dr. Charles T. Battin, head of the College of Pugcl Sound economics depa,'tment -- as they opened a series of eight lectures on "Youth Prepares To Face Life," arr.tnged by Rabbi Baruch I. Treige,'. They spoke in 1)lace of Prof. C. Eden Quainton, University of Wash- ington history ,eacher, who was unable to lectm'e because of the death of both of his parents. Next Tuesday at 8:15 p. m., Dean Willis Uhl, nationally-known edu- cator and head of the University of Washington college of education, will speak on "Youth Fashions Its Desigus For Living." Tall, white-haired Dean Uhl re- turned this week from the national convention of the American Associa- tion of School Administrators at Alhmlic City, N. ,l., will 1)e speaking for (h(, firsl 1line ill :t 'l'a(!onl:t syna- gOKIle. To h(,:tr th(, lectures inaugurating the series--lirst of its kind ever heht here--several hundred 1)ersons flled the synagogue. Many were non- Jews. Both Assistant Sul)erintcndent l,'lenfing and l)r. Battin emphasized the need for vocational guidance. Dr. Battin dechtred: "Some profes- sions, such as law, medicine and en- gineering, have been overcrowded and oler opportunities for only a small percentage of students, who sl)end htrge sums and much time in study and preparation. "Better opportunities are available in the fields of teaching, social ser- vice, politics and research." Itoward R. Goold, superintendent of Tacoma's public schools, voiced endorsement of Tacoma Jewry's first adult education experiment. Rabbi Treiger presided. Players of the College of Puget Sound Conservatory provided music. "Shall We Love Enemies?" Is Purim Theme Of Rabbi Treiger TACOMA.Rabbi B. I. Trcigcr's sermon tonight at 8:15 at Talmud Torah Synagogue will have a Purim theme: "Dare We Love Our Ene- mies?" The synagogue choir will sing. Following services there will be an Ones Shabbat social hour. Auxiliary women are I)usy plan- Repertory Plays Comedy Jewish patrons of Seattle's civic theatre, ReI)ertory Playhouse, last night saw the delayed opening of the fifth l/reduction of the Repert ory's tenth annivers'try season, talented Miss Evelyn Fargo starring in "George and Margaret," a comedy. The veteran Burton W. James, whose last role was that of a tired, ning a PuriIn Seudah, to take place Wednesday evening, following the reading of the Megillah. This will bc the first public Purim Seudah to be jeht by the congregation. hi charge are Mesdames S. J. F,trhcr, H. Warnick, 1. A. Drues, J. Bender, t. Lorber, A. Rose, J. Buchner, W. D. Meier, M. J. Fried- man and M. Werbisky. Auxiliary mcmbers assisted in dis- tribution of lecture series tickets in- clude M,'s. Joseph A. Sussman, presi- dent, who is genend chairman; and Mrs. I. A. Drues, Mrs. Itarry Lorber, Mrs. Robert Warnick, Mrs. Bernard Witenberg and Mrs. Abedeaux Fried- lntl II. In Week's News: Rabbi Works For China (Continued from Page 1) laX)or leader. IVleanwhile, a menfl)- resigned Jewish father, takes the . ..er !)f Rb!?.!.R!!se,}!?(y(4's ' q,,2g.:eg!3- role of Mah;om Bender, an ai:dcnt- " ti(m, lean, graving-hsired Louis minded, addle-paled hust)and. Dulien, Seattle's scrap metal king. The antics of the Benders and their children (Jean lIughes, Ken Pet,us, Max Joimson) and two maids (Mil- dred Andcrson and Elizabeth Bets- ford), and a friend (Roy Collins) make up a sparkling comedy. "George and Margaret" will play Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings, Miss hla Fink, in charge of group reserwttions, alulotlnced. U. W. Prof Will Speak Prof. Garh)s Garcia-Prada, cul- tured University of Washington Spanish department head, will speak on "Whither Latin America?" Thurs- day at 9 p. m. at Bikur Chohun Syna- gogue vestry--his first visit to the Orthodox synagogue--at an open meeting stlonsored I) 3, the Kadimah Club, young married peot)le's group of the congregation. Harry Sidell, l)residcnt, will be chairman at the lecture, part of a series on worht (rends st)onso,'ed by the Kadintah Club. P. ALLEN RICKLES, Northern Lifo Tower' NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF" REAL ESTATE STATE OF WASHINGTON,SS. County of King. f Sheriff's Office By virtue of an ORDEH, OF SALE i'sued out of the Honorable Superior Court of King County, on the 4th day of March, 1938, by the clerk thereof in tbe ease of HOME OWN- ERS' LOAN COH.PORATION, a corpora- tion, Plaintiff, versus KATHERINE WIL- SON, a widow, also known as CATHERINE WILSON, and E. D. GERMAIN, Defend- ants, No. 302577, and to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That I will proceed to sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, within the hours pre- scribed by law for Sheriff's sales, to-wit: at Ten o'Clock A. M. on the 16th day of April, 1938, before the Court House door King County, Jefferson Street entrance, in the State of Washington, the following described property, situated in King County, State of Washington, to-wit: Lots 3 and 4 in Block i of Hiliman City Ad- dition to the City of Seattle, Division No. l, as per plat recorded in Vol. 10 of Plats, page 57, records of King County; levied on as the property of all of the said defendants herein, to satisfy a judgment of a foreclosure of a mortgage amounting to Two Thousand Eight Hundred Ninety One and 67-.I00 (2,891.67) Dollars, attorney's fees of $100.00, $121.01 taxes and title search, the cost of suit and interest in favor of plaintiff. Dated this 8th day of March, 1938. W. B. SEVERYNS, Sheriff, By H. J. Ries, Deputy. 3-11-38 5t 4=8-38 was l)reparing (o send the htrgest cargo of scra 1) metal ever to leave for Japan ai)road a specially- clmrtered freighter. $ $ $ Samuel E. Friedman, quiet-spoken certiiicd public accouni:ant, turned educator last week, h;ctured before an a(Ivanced accounling chtss at the University of Washingtou. $ $ $ Ella Staadeeker, bright-eyed, witty candid CalllCra ex])ert, who canle here front Mannheim, Germany to ntake her home, left Wednesday for l ouy Sun Valley, Idaho, where she will assist the official t)hotogr't- grapher. Leica-carrying Miss Staadecker first started taking i)ictures as a hol)by, has served as oftMal photogral)her at the Sno- tlualmie Ski Bowl, where she also (aught skiing. She is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Staadecker. $ $ $ Melvin Oseran, lanky, 19-ycar-ohl University of Washington we-law student who wears (he coveted gohl key of l)hi Beta Kd[)l)a, na- tional sch(>l.tstic h<morary, today I)ears a new title: i)resi(hmt of the l'acilic C(>.lst's first Young israel groul), urg'tnized at Bikur Cholum Synagogue., with 35 membe,:s ranz- ing ill age from 9 to 29. Joe Rus- sak, 19-year-old, hefty University of Washington junior in economics who livcd in Palestine for 2L. monlhs, is secretary of the new group, which conducts services each Saturday morning at ]3ikur Chohnn Synagogue as a "junior congregation" in the vestry rooms. Nachum Ketzlach, 17-year-ohl Garfieht Iligh School junior, is treasurer. Advisors are Louis Lawson, young accountant; Ben Genauer, nten's clothing manufac- turre; and Sam Gershon, attorn- or--all under 30. Youngcst meta- l)or of the "junior congregation" is 9-year-ohl Melvin Wolpin, who is already a graduate of the Seattld Tahnud Torah; ohtest is Rabbi Sam Genauer, suit manufacturer. That I)ious youngslers are no sissies, Young Israel members will l)rove by organizing their own sofil)all I)asel)all team, with the city's o,dy twin coaches, 21-ycar- ohl Mendel and Jack Genauer, wire haven't missed a Sat)bath ser- vice at Bikur Cholum Synagogue since they were first old enough to accompany their luxuriant-bearded f.tther.