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April 27, 19.64 THE TRANSCRIPT 3 Sisterhood To Have Holiday Tour on Tuesday, May 5 Religion School To Have Registration director of Temple De Hirsch, has announced a spring regis- tration period for children planning to attend Temple De Hirsch Religion School for the year 1964-65. The following in- formation is pertinent: 1. Children who are attend- ing Religion School as of the close of this year need NOT register again. 2. Children who will attend school for the first time and whose parents are members of the congregation should regis- ter on M o n d a y, Tuesday or Wednesday, May 4, 5 and 6, from 9:00-12:00 and from 2:00- 5:00. This can be done in per- son or by telephoning Mrs. Dorothy S a r a n, registrar, at the Religion School office, EA 3-8486, during this registration )eriod. 3. The Religion S c h o o i is imitcd to Te m p 1 e members. Parents who do not now be- rs. Albert Kaye To ead Sisterhood At )le Sinai --Photo by George August long to Temple De Hirsch but right: Mrs. William Ross, Mrs. Albert Bienn, Mrs. wish to send their children to Gladstein, Mrs. Leonard Aronson, and Mrs. Maurice the Religion School must first rson. arrange for membership. Mrs. ...... Esther E g g 1 e's t o n, executive or its rater- faith program f Mrs. Albert Brunn ts overall administrator, will be available aSyear, Herzl Sisterhood. has [ chairman. She is being assisted to discuss m e m b e r s h i p on s^en to present a Hohday tby Mesdames M o r r is Allper, Tuesday and Wednesday, May ura:enl'sn  faoat?2:;/Jerome Backer, Murray Beck- 5 and 6, from 9:00-11:00 and 2:00 - 4:00. .a_y 5, from 1 to 3 p.m., andlenstein, Charles B.renner, Temple De Hirsch Religion 111 be at the homes of Mrs./S Y 1 via Caler, Lores Caplan, School is entering its 66th year rard Gladstein, 820 Lake-/Maurice Corson, Murray Fin- of continuous service in behalf :to South; Mrs Harry Fried-[kelstem, Sam Goldschmldt, an, 911 Lnlro( .qmlth" nnd [G arson G o I d m a n, Herbert of Jewish education, and has ................. instituted programs and rs. Sam Wener, 914 Lakeside 1Hamlet, Simon Hurwitz, Bert courses that have served as Klatzker, Pauline Kritzer, Jack The tour will show tables set Lemberg, Ben Maslan, Sheldon models for r e 1 i g i o n schools Jewish holidays Miller, Joseph Shultz, Julius throughout the country. The school is considered one of the celebrations, a holiday tea Skolnick and William Ross. and a display of gift A cordial invitation is ex- finest in the large national eras from Sisterhood's gift tended to the community by family of Reform Jewish Tea will be served from Mrs. Leonard Aronson, Herzl schools and its director, Mr. P.m., at the home of Mrs. Sisterhood president. There is Lichter, is a member of the ex- ecutive board of the National no charge. Association of Temple Educa- tors. Mr. Lichter welcomes in- - ' quiries from parents interested B Mit h in the Temple Religion School a r zva s program, and is always avail- -- able in the offices of the Tom- Maurie Fuson will be officer when the Sinai Sisterhood holds as part of the Services on May 1. Fuson, a member of De Hirsch Sisterhood, so a national officer of the Lal Federation of Temple Those being in- Will include: president, s. A 1 b e r t Kaye; financial Mrs. Arthur Stern- recording secretary, Mrs. corresponding sac- Mrs. Joseph Resnik; Urer, Mrs. Manuel Chaus; ,s, Mrs. R o b e r t Stern, Harris, anti Mrs. Wil- on. Counselor is t President Mrs. Howard The next regular Sisterhood will be on May 4 at a.m., at the home of Mrs. Sternoff, 225 140th N.E., -qlevue. :,000,000 PROGRAM ANGELES (JTA)--The ngeles Jewish Home for ged is about to undertake 100,000 expansion program will double its capacity Home cares now for 375 When the new pro- -ompleted, a complex house a 136- m convalescent as Well as 180 other beds. Horae is supported by vol- contributions. to Federated Fund .d Real "Machia"... HOT PASTRAMI and OORNED BEEF Sandwiches OOFFEE SHOP --Photo by Mulholland Studios RICHARD NAON Richard Naon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Naon, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple De Hirsch on Satur- day, May 2, at 10:45 a.m. Ricky wil 1 be the honored guest at a luncheon in his h o n o r immediately following the services. He is the grand- son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Levin of Spokane, and Mrs. Ruth Naon of Brmerton. JONATHAN ZAK pie, every day except Thurs- day. Sephardic Broth'hood Tells of Scholarships The Seattle Sephardic Broth- erhood announces that a schol- arship a w a r d is available to 1964 high school graduates. Re- quirements for qualification are that applicant's p a r e n t s must be members of the Broth- erhool for a period of not less than four years; he or she must 'be a 1964 high school graduate. In deterrnining the recipient of the award, applications will be judged on the basis of char- acter, academic achievement by grade point, and other es- sential qualities of an outstand- ing student. Applicants m u s t be students in K in g County, State of Washington. Qualifying s t u d e n t s must s u b m i t application in his or her own handwriting, stating the chosen college maj or as well as above required infor- mation. Application should be mailed not later than June 10, 1964, to Jack Caston, 5973 Wil- son Avenue South; G a b r i e Amira, 5200 55th Avenue South; or Victor Piha, 11225 51st Avenue South. STEWART ST:. MA. 2-9686 Jonathan Zak, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Zak, will eel- gi ebrate his Bar Mitzvah at ]JC Re on Direcl0r Machzikay Hadath Congrega- tion on Saturday, May 9, at 9 Attends Sessions Here a.m. Jonathan is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Rivkin. A Kiddush honoring the Bar Mitzvah will be held following ser'vices, to whiela relatives and friends are cordially invited. More Contributions to Clein Children's Fund Contributions continue to be received by the Center office in memory of Dr. Norman W. C]ein. Latest qontributors are: Mrs. Sophie Altose, Dwyer H. Dale, Eugene F. Fin k (Balti- more, Md.), Dr. and Mrs. David M e t h e n y, Mrs. Pauline Falk DeLeon a n d f a mily, Larry, David and Jim m y Huff, and Mr. and Mrs. Vic Calderon. The Dr. Norman Cleila's C hil d r e n's Fund was estab- lished for the purpose of assist- ing underp'iv)leged children to attend the Center's Day Camp and Camp BenBow. situation jn Seattle for all. The jERUSALEM (jTA)Th e inter-tleligious Affairs Corn- Board of Governors of the mittee,, chaired by Arnold Rob- ' IbinS, has various plans in mind, Hebr6w University approve ,mong lhem .the possibility of a 40,000,000-p0und ($13,333,C Se'-mirl-ar for Religious School budget for operations 16,000,000-pound ($5,333,000) Teachers of all denominations. budg5t for development. ,The. Carl Koch, chairman of the board also dedided togive pri- Jewish Communal Affair Com- ority development :for a science mitte, is Working to dissemi- faculty and'to establish a hate pertinent American Jew- ...... ish Committee material in that school of home economms. ............... --=--:-- area, The chapter looks forward to its next pr, ogrm meeting ' whicla will be a panel discus- ' sion on "The Deputy," a con- troversial play currently on Broadway. No. 812 Nikkatsu Hotel 1-1 Yuraku-cho-: chiyoda" Ku, Tokyo Tel. 271-2,71, Ex. 812 Juno Company.. Pearls and Jewels NORIKAZU TOMII PEARL CULTIVATOR, EDUCATOR AND WHOLESALE EXPORTER 3 270 " Hyakunin-Cho Shinj uku-Ku, Tokyo Tel. 361-6606 Zane Meckler, director of the Northwest Region of The American Jewish Committee with headquarters in San ..... alif, was in Seattle ranmcu,, - recently to attend the local chapter membership and exec- utive board meetings. At the meeting, Mr. Meekler gave an informative talk on rOgrams and activities of American jewish Commit- tee on the n ational and local levels. Mr. Mcckler will be working in conjunction with Stephen Uberman, local American Jew- Committee representative Settle, to. facilitate local chapter activities.' The major areas of interest the present time for the fie Chapter are employ- inter-religious affairs and jewish communal affairs. The chapter Employment Committee, chaired by Richard Weisfield' is working to bring about an equitable employment Edward Cohen, a prominent 19th century Australian busi- nessman, became the first Jew to serve as mayor of Melbourne when he was named to that of- flee in 1872. He was a i so a member of the AusIralian l:'ar- liament. (JTA) .......... NEWS OF THE B'NAI B'RITH LODGES CASCADB LODGE ADVANCE NOTICE REGULAR MEETING THURSDAY, MAY 7th, 8:i5 P.M. JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER BUSINESS AGENDA: ELECTION OF OFFICERS PROGRAM THEME LAW DAY-- 1964 A distinguished panel of Lawyers end Judges will discuss your rights in civil and criminal proceedings end will answer questions from the floor. DON'T MISS THIS ! More Than 130 Children Signed For Centers' Camps This Year B'nai B'rith Thanked By March of Dimes The following self-explana- tory letter was received by Howard Michel, B'nai B'rith District 4 president. Dear Howard: Thank you for the support you gave the 1964 March of Dimes in January. I hope you will convey to all of your officers and members our appreciation and pride in your joining with the March of Dimes in seeking the solution to the problems of birth de- fects and arthritis. Your awareness of the mag- nitude of these problems, the number of people affected, the human suffering and economic loss from these conditions is critical. Your confidence in the March of Dimes to achieve beneficial results in these fields as in the case of polio and your willingness to lend a. ;hand, both financially and through other voluntary efforts, is both inspiring and gratifying to all of us. This is especially appreciated because we are mindful of the many calls made upon you for support of all kiads. Thank you again. Sincerely yours, TORCHY TORRANCE Washington State Chairman Bikur Cholim's Cam Noar on June Schedu Congregation Bikur Cholim is sponsoring Camp Noar for youth, age 9-15, on beautiful Marrowstone Island for a ten- day session June 11 to June 21, announced Rdbbi Sholom Riv- kin. Camp Noar's aim is to pro- vide an inspiring experience in Sidney Stein, Jewish Federation ExecutiVe Director of San traditional Jewish living amidst Jose, California, prepares his excited children, David, Joshua enjoyable camp surroundings. and Rena for the first session at Camp BenBow. In addition to the usual camp activities, spor t s, waterfront. On a very optimistic note creased interest in Day Camp dramatics, arts and crafts Seattle Jewish C o m m u nit y and Camp BenBow and wi 11 hiking, nature study, movies Centers report t hat over 130 receive equal opportunity to campfires, and many register, starting May 1. Cen- the camp program attempts to children ha v e registered for ters' director, Leo Okin, sug- transmit to its campers a deep the C e n t e r s' Day Camp and gested Seattle parents take ad- pride and identification with Camp BenBow. vantage of the newly revital- Torah values by means of its All interested p a r e n t s are ized Day Camp and Camp Ben- religious and cultural program. urged to register their children Bow. It would be most disap- A special "counsellor-in-train- immediately, to p e r m i t t h e pointing if they are too late to ing" program will make it pus- Centers' administrative staff to provide their children with a sible for eligible youths to continue to employ outstanding most w o r t h w h i 1 e summer assist senior counsellors while counselors t h a t are presently experience." training for future leadership being recruited from 15 differ- Sidney Olyan has been ap- in a camp-counsellor expert- ent u n i v e r s it i e s across the pointed director of Camp Ben- ence. country. Bow, according to Dr. P e t e r The staff consists of Northern California Jewish Fisher, chairman of the Camp highly experienced individuals. c h i 1 d r e n are expressing in- BenBow operating committee. Positions of major responsibil- ity are filled by college gradu- ates. Rabbi William Zev Eisen- O U N sein will serve as camp direc- ur . . Newsletter tor. Mr. and Mrs. M. Bertram By SAUL CARSON Schreiber will be head coun- (J.T.A. Correspondent at the United Nations) sellors. An outstanding profes- (Copyright, 1964, Jewish Telegrap1"dc Agency, Inc.) sional medical program will be available for the s a f e t y and U.N. MOVE WOUL STRIP ANONYMITY care of all at camP. Lifeguards professional art-craft and other SHIELD ON SOVIET ANTI-SEMITISM " activities have been arranged UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.--A start has been made for. here toward taking the wraps off the various charges, Tuition has been set at $45 made here very often in recent years, that the Soviet for the first child and $40 for the second child in the family Union practices discriminations against USSR Jews, to enable the widest possible especially in the religious, cultural and hurfian rights selection of those young people fields, likely to benefit from the pro- Readers may recall that, recently, mention was made gram. Camperships are avail- here of the fact that a number of United Nations diplo- able and may be applied for in mats, as well as representatives of Jewish and other a confidential interview. nongovernmental organizations, are just plain sick and Chairmen of the various tired of the weasel terminology imposed on them when camp committees are: Mes- dames Harry Buttnick, Morris it comes to naming the USSR specifically as the human Joseph, Meyer Twersky, food; rights culprit. Mrs. Aaron Katsman, Mrs. Partly due to old rules, partly through extension of Morton Roberts, Mrs. Max those rules by custom, a specific country must not be Eisenberg, co-chairmen; Mrs. named when violations of human rights are brought up. Isidore Schwarz, Mrs. Eliezer Speakers can refer only to "a certain country," a certain Paltiel, Mrs. David Frand, region, or use other subterfuges to keep the USSR anon- equipment; Mrs. Jack Genater, ymous. Thus, if the Soviet Union chooses to admit .that volunteers; Mrs. Sol Birulin the shoe fits--it can do so. Most often, it simply ignores secretzry; Mrs. Solomon Klein, the charges--since it had not ,been named, treasurer; Dr. Marc Adler, at- Now there is a proposal that the barrier be'removed, rangements; Mrs. BenGenauer, The proposal was made here to the chairman of the publicity; Mrs. Sholomivkin, , Mrs. Harxy Buttnick, trucking; Human Rights Commissioa by Jan Papanek, acting !sadore FeLnberg, 2orton chairman of the Interiaa'o'nal Ifeague for t'he Rights of soins;. Man. The American Jewish Committee is an affiliate of that League. Aside from the camp-session sponsor,ed by Bikur Holim In its statement, the League told the Commission: Camp Noar is the only strictly "We have expressed our views on several occasions in kosher camp with kashruth recent years regarding the desirabilty of establishing a under Orthodox Rabbinic en- procedure for the receipt arid CirCulation of information dorsement. trom nongovernmental s0urces...abouthuman rights ctuestions in specific countries." (Emphasis added.) The J e wish community of The rub is 'that One word i'specific." The League Iran, which dates back to Bib- holds that such naming of specific Countries would lical times; today numbers help the Commission and ttae entire United Nations to sdme 80,000 persons, about half viewgeneral human rights concepts and prin6i les of whom 1 i ve in the capital ,, , .... P against the background of concrete sltuatmns and pro city, Teheran, with other Jew- blems." " ish communities in Shiraz Is- fahan and other cities. (JTA) The League suggests in the memorandum that the specificity be allowed, since, .otherwise "it is fall but o your part--don't wait for Impossible to comment usefully on the general human asolicitor. CaliFederated Fttnd rights situation in the world at large." at M/tin 2-8213. Thus, if this rule is adopted, the UN .Commission's periodic reports on human rights would include direct IIL . charges made by any nongovernment group against any government. The Kremlin longer be shielded by the rule of anonymityor, as some here call it, by "the practice of calling a spade some kind of implement." Let a spade be a spade, they say. It is true that not all here agree with such a change. Indeed, even some friends of Israel fiear that a o, o/,ho ei,,, e ...... no,,,, it'tbe IVott change in the rule and/or'custom would only open the ARTHUR A. WRIGHT doors to more anti-Israeli charges by Communists and & SON, INC. their Arab allies. Others, however, note thot anti- DtONIIED CHAPEL Israelism has never been*forbidden anyway. The chief : AVOID FUNERAL PROBLEMS No. 2 BUS LINE STOPS HERE' Located at lbltranc to benefactor of the anonymity practice, they insist, is the IIILI.S OF Ift'IRNI'IT CI.'.,METERV USSR. "Take off the wraps," |[lev sav, "and let the ,h West .! Qoeo,, A* Bouievord Soviet Union end or i.tself." " .* Phone,: At. 2-5600 nnd AT. 2-147 SEATTLE LODGE NO. B'NAI B'RITH ' Regular Lodge Meeting Wednesday, May 20-8:15 P.M. Guest Speaher: Rabbi 5holom Rivkin Congregation Bikur Cholim INITIATIQN OF NEW MEMBERS REFRESHMENTS- POT BOLLS Arthur Diamond Sydney Rogers President Program Chairman PANORAMA By DAVID SCHWARTZ (Copyright, 1964, Jewish Telegraohic Agency, Inc.) THEY HAD CONFESSED The arrest and trial in Russia of 23 men charged with engaging in free enterprise in manufacturing knitted oods for sale, recalls an old story told about Stalin and is watch. One day after a conference with a dozen of his leading executives, Stalin found his watch gone. He immediately contacted Beria, his chief G.P.U. man and ordered him to arrest all who had been at the confer- ence. Later, Stalin happened to pick up an old sock on his desk and under itwas his watch. Stalin then again called Beria mad told him to release them. "Tovarish Commissar," replied Beria, "It's too late-- all have confessed." No reporters, says the New York Times, were al- lowed at the trial of the twenty-three men. Nine were sentenced to death--aooarently all or most Jews, but we know of course, there'isno anti-Semitism, in Russia. The Communists admit there is no anti-Semitism there. As regards private enterprise, even Lenin alowed it under What he called the NEP 'plan, when he found the communist system sagging. It does seem that there is a very extensive market for the articles made by private enterprise in Russia. Under the communist system, there is a shortage of many articles, such as wheat and knitted goods. The Communist system seems to excel in flying. I don't think that is what Marx meant when he spoke about the workers rising. $ :I: :I: My friend, Isaac Carmel, who commutes between Is- rael and the United States, has just reached his eighti- eth birthday. He had a birthday party at which he made a little speech. He said he was proud of being eighty. Any shnook, he said, can be seventy, butt to be eighty you have got to have a kind of quality. Privately, Isaac told me that on tlm morning of lnis eightieth birthday, he filled a glass of schnapps and said to himself loud, "L'Chayim Isaac, I wish you a happy year." We are constantly in the process of a dialogue with ourselves, but usually it is silent and the chances are we don't even hear ourselves. What is the use of talking to yourself, if you don't hear it. This fellow, Cassius Clay, that we've been reading about in the papers, has the right approach. He tells himself out loud how good he is. "I am the best, I am pretty, I am the king." Somewhere in the Mishna, there is a discussion about the time of reciting the morning prayers. One may say the morning prayers, we are told, until noon. But how is it legitimate to recite the morning prayers that late? The answer given by the rabbis is that all the children of Israel are likened unto kings and it is the habit of kings to sleep late. So the prize fighting champion is in accord with the Jewish tradition in telling himself he is a king. He tells himself nice things, and so he gains self,confidence. Don't say evil things to yourself. I am afraid that's what most of us do and we end up not liking ourselves very much. Speaking again about Isaac Carmel, last year, he had a long siege of sickness, from which he is now happily recovered. He told me that while recuperating, he used to spend a lot of time making up stories mentally. What kind of stories? I asked. Well, said Carmel, there was one story about three people who "took sick. They were told they only had six mom.ns to Jive. Two of them decided to go to Paris and nve it.up or the last six months'. The Jew went to an- other octor. RAINIER "60" LANES Complete Line of Bowling Equipment FREE BOWLING INSTRUCTIONS OPEN 24 HOURs , 11/2 Blocks South of Sick's Stadium 2901 27th S. SEATTLE PA. 2-0900 SPECIALIZING IN: Wedding Receptions Banquets Meetings Catering Bar MitzvahReceptions .............. THE IIE$J00lMI$ FIIA$ IILl$ \\;\ E STEt, N 1 NTE I N ATI O N A f_ t OTE ES & virginia -- Seattle -- MA 4-7400 il