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t, roperty el 00eatthe Public LibrarY:' 1938 THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT PAGE FIVE 00ORGANIZATIONS [{ ,u00o,.o00assa00By Mary Kosher , Five To Be Confirmed ln . ,u.,,, ..,,...,, Tacoma Synagogue, Shavuoth the year will I)e Wednesday at 8:15 1). m. at Temple Center. Election of ' oflieers will bc held anti the l)rog,'am TAC()MA.--Second annual con- dent, will l)resent, ecrtiticates to the Ved Mti Fraiemal Order ago O  Of Ashphard lne 15tl I By Sol Altabet Shl)hard heht its semi-yearly el- m at Educational Center last evening when Joel Reib- Was elected unanimously Rosh Myer Grashin was elected Jess Brown, treasur- Solam, secretary. Newly el- i Reibstein appointed Haleva fraternal keeper of re- Epstein, keeper of unity; Jaffe, keeper of fidelity; and keeper of honor. me 12, Ashphard will hold a pub- nStallation at Educational Cent- 3.'he dramatic group will present l story, "Auf Wiedersehn." will be served. 'n Dashes: Myer Grashin "Curtain! Caineral Action!" dram,trio group rehearsals. Jaffe is hapt)y because Ash- Won its first basel)all game, Is there still a Harold Green- in Ballard? Sisterhood By Mrs. Max Bensal Sisterhood will at 1:30 p. m. at Educa- Center in the last meeting of 8&SOll. :Is to lIr. and Mrs. Eskenazi--she is the Sister- President--on the engagement son, Isaac, to Miss Estclle daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. t Ezra Bessaroth Conqreqation Second annual concert spon- by the Ezra Bessaroth Men's Saturday night at Temple r, under able direction of 'A Goldfarb, drew 500 persons. voices of the Men's If, the Educational Center Glee and of Miss Sophie Coyne won Luse from 'm attdience which the auditorium to cal)aeity. A lUsical treat were the violin I)layed by Maleohn Ms- %, PUl)il of l,eon Leopoht. Mint a humorous touch w'ts the tardic Tahnud Torah Choir, )0Sed of chihh'en under seven of age. ADD00TIONAL 000C][AL NEWS from Page Four). Rosa Waters of Portland is eted to arrive this week to at- confirmation of her eldest Patsy Waters, the of Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Mrs. Wate,'s will be in the line with the family at the lraaation reception Sunday. honor the sider wedding an- Sary of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel ,.a group of relatiws and in- gave a surprise party .y evening, May 28th e Mitchell residence. rting the evening off with a Wedding ceremony, the guests r.ePaired to the dining room SUmptious dinner was served. Mrs. Mitchell were married The have two sons, Leo and l+Ienry Mitchell, Seattle. lace Rucker, Jr., has a little -', a tiny brother, Otto Max, via the Maynard Itos- m May 24th. The baby is the son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Wal- Sharing congratula- the parants are the grand- and Mrs. M. S. Bm'n- arid Mr. and Mrs. S. Rucker. Kappa Gamma Kap- will be hostesses at a tea on Sunday from 3 until 5 at the home of Miss Stella A Hawaiian motif will be out in the decorations and dance music. Miss anan is in charge of arrange- and her assistant is Miss ' leha. her younger sister, on her sixteenth Bloch entertained Uncheon at her home Satur- ay 28th. NOshtm Society will give the home of Mrs. l)ora 719 35th Ave., Wednesday ha. Mrs. Stanfm'd Lippmau a book review. They Work Together Courtesy Seattle Star ---Samuel Waiters Pboto. Striking opposites, a blonde and a brunette worked together to arrange the Northwest Conservative youth meet here. They were blonde Dorothy Margolis, left, and brunette Mary Brown. Jews Must Be Liberals, Youth Conference Here Decides Nearly 300 delegates from all ir)rts ef the Northwest delil)erated here Saturday night, Sunday and Mon- day at the annum convention of Conservative youth of the North- west, choosing the president of llerzl Jurio,' Guihl as In'cxy. George S. Silver wqs unanimously elected president of the relier, for the ensuing year. Bernard Brounstein, Portl'uld, was elecl;ed first vice presi- dent; Kenneth Farber, Tacoma, sec- end vice 1)resident; and l)orolhy M'tr- tolls, Seattle, sl;eretary. Retiring officers included M.n'vin Swire, Po,'t- land attorney, l)resid(mt; Mollie No- vikoff, T'uu)ma, first vice lu'esident; George S. Silver, second vice 1)resi- de.nt; Marvel Nagel, Portland, sec- re t.try. Headquarters for the eonchtve we,'e established at the Olympic tIotel where hundreds of young 1)eol)le could l)e seen scurrying al)out .r- ranging dates, making apl)ointments and attending to the hundreds t)f de- tails that a conclave require. A highlight of the convention was an address by Rabl)i Cbarles Sydney of Congregation Ahavi Sholeln, Port- land, who urged "Jewish affiliation as the 1)est insurance for and assur- ance against anti-Semitism." A symposium on the sul)ject "Jews and Jobs" wis led by Solie Ringohl, young Seattle attorney. S1)eakers included Irwin Pruzan, Seattle; Mol- lie Novikoff, Tacoma; and Esther Naimark, Portland. The general conclusions we,'e thai; Jews shmfld "eliminate the chip-on- the-shouhte,"' coml)lex; that Jews shouhl foster Ill)oral legislation; and that Jews, when selecting a vocation, shouhl give consideral)le though in order to avoid overcrow(led tiehls. It Wits shown however, that "Jews are not monopolizing medicine, law and t)ther l)rofessional fields." Seen at the convention: Ger- trude and Bonita Jaffec of Vancouver, B. C.; Phyllis Friednmn having a wonderful time at the dance--she's from Tacoma; Milton Silver, Sam" Oreenlmrg and Jack IAl,ehgunrd, former rcgional l),'esidenl;, from Port- land; the Altoses, the Thals, the Men(Mssohns and the Grieffs, of Be.llingham. Hats off to: Marvin Swire of Porl.- land, who coml)leted his administr't- tion with the finesL convention in history; Dorothy Margolis, Jack Neff and St)lie Ringohl, tri-ch'drmen of the conclave; and Mary Brown who coached an excellent lmrody on 1)resent meml)crs of the Guild--and to those amateurs who turne.(l in p,'o- fessimml l)erfornlances. New B. B. President Lauded in Congress WASHINGTON, D. C.--Henry Monsky, newly-elected international l)resident of B'nai B'rith, wits lauded this week in the IL S. House of Rel)re- sent'ttives by thin. Charles F. Me. Laughlin, Nebraska Congressllla n- The trilmte was pul)lishcd in the Congressional Record. AWNINGS For Estimates Call EL. 12(;0 BARDELL'S WASHINGTON TENT & AWNING CO. 401 DEXTER AVE. WE IIRE INVITING YOU... ALPINE DAIRY HAS A LARGE NUMBER OF JEWISH CUSTOMERS To Those Readers of THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT Who Are Not Now Our Customers WE INVITE YOU TO TRY ALPINE DAIRY .... PRODUCTS-- 4058 RAINIER AVE. RA. 5800 Our drivers and dairy workers are health inspected for the comiog year will be outlined. Refreshments will 1)e served. Junior ttadassah is taking over Madrona Theatre for three nights, June 9, 10 and ll. A doul)le bill will feature "Stand-in," starring l(ath- erine ltepburn,'and "Checkers," headlining Jane Withers. All pro- ceeds will go to the Palestinian pro- jects which Junior Itadassah SUl)- ports. Marjorie Pass and Ruth Moises are in charge of the theatre lmrty. Gals, have you turned in your donor's money yet? A grand party is being arranged t)y the committee in charge, exclusive to those who have raised their funds. This is President ida Fink's htst meetirg. A record breaking attend- ance will show her just what we, the firm.ttion services will 1)e held ,it Tahnu(I Torah Synagogtte Sunday at. 7 I). m. Confirmands are Esther Gohll)erg, Gerahl Gohlfarb, Leon Meier, lhtrohl Novikoff and Jerry SI)elhnan. Vocal solos will he rendered by Miss Belle Ruth Clayman and Ron- ald Naimark. The choir will sing. Rabl)i Baruch Treiger will give the charge to the confirmands. Phili 1) Brodsky, synagogue presi- confirmands and Bil)les will 1)e i)re- sented I)y Mesdames J. A. Sitssman and B. Witent)erg on I)ehalf of the Auxiliary. The lmblic is invited. Following services there will be a re- eel)lion in the vestry rooms, with l)arents receiving. Shavuoth services will I)e held Sat- urday at 8 p. m., Sunday at 9 it., m. and confirmation at 7 p. m., and Mon- day at 8 a. m., with memorial rites at 9a. m. Rabbi, Wife Are Honored TACOMA.--A surl)rise h'ibute was paid Rat)t)i and Mrs. Baruch Treiger ON OPPOSITE SIDES I NEW YORl(--Rosalind l)avidoff of N. Y. this week was elected recortling secretary of the Affiliated Young Denmcrats, h)c. And Mrs. Daniel Guggenheim was named third vice l)resident of the members, think of her as our ex- last Friday evening by officers and Women's National Rel)uhlican Chfl). ecutive head. members of Congregation Talmud. Torah on the occasion of their tenth wedding anniversary. Seattle Talmud Tora.h During the social hour they were Abe Shuhnan, who last year won l)resented with a gift and the con- B n'ti B ,'ith's Schoenfeld Trophy as gregation shared in a speciallv-pre- the Jewish community's mr)st valu- llared wedding cake, al)l)rol)riately :tl)le man-of-the-year, will l)e general decorated with Jewish motifs. chairman of the annual Seatl.le T.fl- It was recalled that the wedding ntud Torah 1)i(.nic at Fortum Park, ten years ago took l:)lace in the Sunday, July 10, it was announced synagogue of which Rabl)i Treigcr Lo(htv ])y Dr. Max Levin, l)resident is now the st)iritual leader. of the religious school. L dies' N'ght wht)m have been identified with Tal- a 1 mud Torah activities since the T o B H ld school's inceptim), will assist Mr. e e Shuhnan, inehnling Mrs. Anna Le Bow, Louis l'carl, Max Stusscr and TA(,OMA.--"l,adies' Night" at Mrs. Ben Richlen. Tahnud Torah Synagogue tonight at lco l,evine, president of lhc loeal g:15 p. nt. will honor retiring and in- A.Z.A. Chal)tcr l)romised 'rid of his coming oftice,'s t)f the auxili.try. In- organization for the .ffair, l)roeeeds eluded will be Mrs. J. A. Sussman, ABE SHULMAN .. he'll run a picnic I of which go to maintain the religious school. The Tahnud Torah outiug, Mr. Shuhnan 1)ointed out, will 1)e one of the ntost import.u)t Jewish affairs of the sumnler season, since B'nai B'rith ,renounced that it will not sponsor a l)icnic this year. An elal)orate l)rogram of dancing, entertainnmnt, water Sl)orts and all> lctic contcsls are included in 1)lans fer the affair. Tickets are ah'eady on sale, Mr. Shulman stated. Aleph Zadik Aleph Reserve June 18 for the cruise and d.mce Sl)Onsored jointly by Aleph Za(lik Aleph and Junior Sel)hartlic League at, Fortuna 1'ark, That is the notice l)eing sent this week to Seqt! le youth as well Its their pnrents. This will 1)e the first time that both organizatimts will join in l)re- stinting a dance that is exl)cctcd to be ,tttended /) 5 , the entire Jewish colnul tuffly. According to reports of the dance committee, numl)ering 12, a sI)ecially- chartered ferry will leave Leschi I)ock at S:30 p. m., Juu0 18. Tcd Sternoff will lead a I)and. After the dance at Fortuna Park, it cruise ahmg Lake Washington will follow. On the committee are co-ebailm,.m Al Sherman and l)ixic Alhadeff, Dave AI)rants, Victor Scharhon, Milton Wets, Max Israe.1, Merle Cohn, Al Corthwa, Gal),'icl Ben- sussvn, Max Katz, Julia Mossafcr, Mel SMell and Martin Bcrger. retiring l)resident; Mrs. M. lat)lan, retiring corrcsponding secretary; Mrs. S. Clayman, retiring secretary; Mrs. lc,'nard Witenl)erg, president- elect; Mrs. Sam Cone, fi,'st vice presi- dent; Mrs. Phil Brt)dsky, second vice president; Mrs. Harry Friedman, treasurer; Mrs. Ben Rome, recording secretary; and Mrs. ]Iarry Weinstone, corresl)on(ling secretary. Rabl)i laruch Trciger's sermon tol)ic will bc: "The Finer Things ()f Life." During a social hour in the vestry, Rabbi Trotter will install newly el- ected otlicers. There will l)e it re- peat perfornmnce of the animatcd tableau, "Adventures In Jewish Bookland." Mentl)ers of the Junior ],eague who l)articip'l.hd in services at the T'd- ntud Torah S Vllltgoguo last Friday evening inclutted presitlent, Gerahl Meier; lmst l)resident, Rhoda Suss- man; trc.tsurer, Jordan Meier; re- cording secretary, Roy Sh)tnick; col responding secretary, Joset)hine l(leiner; and l!'stelle l,amken, Jerry I)onion, Myron l)onion, Simon Rose, Melvin and lhu'old Novikoff, Beat- rice Sussm'm, Bern.u'tt Friedman, Gerahl Gohlfarl). Detroit Woman Will Aid Refugee Children NEW YORK--National Council of Jewish Women announced tMs week that Mrs. Samuel R. Glogower of Detroit will serve as chairman of the Committee on German Jewish Child- ren's Aid, the committee formed to /)efrientl and maintain refugee child- ren who mttst leave Germany and ntttke their homes with strangers who are ready to receive them and help them adjust in a new hutd. Adult Education Group Elects Two Women NEW YORK--Agnes Seasongood of Cincinnati, and Jennie M. Flexner of New York, lhis week were elected vice-president and secretary respect- ively of the Amm'ican Association for Adult Education. 1,'or wisdom shall enter into thy heart al)d knowledge shall I)e pleas- ant unto thy soul. 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. 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