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Open 6 a.'* ! | , sea roadster, * :!|,: r dancing Frl/!|, ly from 5 P.g" ! aturing broile :' 6:30 a.m. tO '| at the orgarl "! ! i "His" & "I4 er' ope :l' ocktails. j.. organ 6 nigll,i ' June 23, 1958 THE TRANSCRIPT Everyone Invited To Community Camp Open House Sunday, June 29 ROBERT FRIEDMAN Chairman Camping Association The entire Seattle community is invited to spend Sunday, June 29, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., at a pecial Camp Open Ilouse to be held at the newly acquired 28- acre Country Camp on Lake Tan- awax, 23 miles southeast of Puy- allup, Wash. This is the site of . the property of the Seattle Jew- /sh Camping Association. The program arranged includes games, races, swimming, boating, fishing, refreshments, all through the courtesy of the Jewish Camp- hag Association. "The Camp, like the Jewish Community Center," says Dr. Norman Clein, president of the Community Center, "becomes an- other community facility and re- source for all to use. We bought lhe camp at this time, because the opportunity presented itself. The leadership of the Center and the Camping Project see no conflict with the proposed Center build- ing program." The camp site is known as Benbow Lodge on Lake Tana- wax, and includes 28 cabins with indoor facility, a lodge with a kitchen that will accommodate 250 people, workshops, recreation hall, tennis court, ball diamond, horse-shoe c o u r t.% swimming beach, 45 boa t s, maintenance shop, swimming docks, water sys- tem, fruit orchard, wooded area and a house to be used as an in- firmary. Eugene Berlatsky, an experienced camp co n s n I t a n t, ' states this is an ideal country camp. The Camp will be operated by the Seattle Jewish Community /Center, but the Seattle Jewish Camping Association will be re sponsible for all of the mainte- nance and capital needs Ser'ing as Jewish Camping Association Chai1:man is Robert Friedman. Dr. Norman Clein Honorary Chairman On the Camp Association Plan- ning Committee are Abe Fallick Abe Jacobson, Dr. Morton Bas- san, Moe Rose, Merle Cohn, Max Mondschein, Tony Berg, Sid Mar- golfs, Larry Mondschein, Dr. Al- lan Sachs, Dr. Peter Fisher, Leon Kaplan, Dr. Abby Franklin, Dr. Stanley Stamm, Harmon Matin Dr. Kenneth Elburn, Herbert Meltzer, Louis Lavinthal, Stan- ley Jaffe, Paul Pollack and Dr. Norman Clein. Dr. Norman Clein, llonorary Chairman of the Seattle Jewish Camping Association was instru- mental in locating and negotiat- ing the Camp Site His generous gift and effort in obtaining addi- tional funds for the down pay- ment mtde the Seattle Camp project possible. "Bring a picnic lunch and come to the Camp Open House on Sun- day, June 29," says Bob'Fried- man. "The Camp has fire-place and picnic tables, for your con- venience." To get to the Jewish Communi- ty Camp: From Puyailup, Wash. go south on Meridian St., (main street in Puyallup); continue on Meridian past State Fair grounds and continue 18 miles to firsl blinker light; turn left three miles and.slow down and watch for Jewish Community Center Camp and Ben Bow Lodge signs continue approximately one mile and bear left to entrance of Lodge. Graduates Paul I. Malakoff, son of Mrs. Louis J. Malakoff and the late Mr. Malakoff, and grandson of Mrs. Anna Matakoff, was gradu- ated from the University of Washington, and received his commission as Second Lieut. in the United States Army on the same day, June 14. Lieut. Mala- koff is past president of his fra- ternity, Zeta Beta Tau. UNCLE TOM'S CABIN Seattleite Graduate From Yeshiva Univ. NEW YORK--Harold H. Gen- auer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Genauer of Seattle, received the Bachelor of Arts Degree from Yeshiva University, America's first university under Jewish au- spices, at the commencement ex- ercises held Thursday, June 19, in the Nathan Lamport Audito- rium. Mr. Genauer, a psychology ma- jor, completed his studies at the university's college of arts and sciences for men. During his col- lege career, he served as a repre- sentative 'of P'Eylim, a member of Conservative Camp hl New Site One of the most beautiful areas in the Pacific Northwest has just been made available to Camp Solomon Schechter by Seattle Pacific College at Camp Casey !on Whidby Island, according to announcement by the Directors, Rabbis Joshua Stampfer of Port- land and Joseph H. Wagner of Seattle. Its eighty acres include some interesting relics of early North- west history, beautiful trails of- fer breath-taking views of scenes of natural beauty. The Camp site provides an in- Chug Iw'i, and was a delegate door gymnasium, an auditorium, to the college's student organiza- fully equipped kitchen, dining tion.  hall, superb sleeping accommo- HERZL MEN'S CLUB Itans G. Nussbaum was recent- ly elected President of the Herzl Men's Club. Serving with him will be the following: Melvin Sichel and Ralph Eskenazi, vice- presidents; Klaus Stern, Secre- tary; Jack B er eh, Treasurer. Elected to the Board were Wayne Droker, Jack Farber, Henry Fin- kel, Earl Kritzer, Victor Lift, Walter Oppenheimer, Allen Ros- en, Burnie Sanft, Jerome Schor, Harold Siegel, Norman Stahl and Sam Weinstein. Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Woolfe were the lucky winhers of the paid-up all expense t:ip to Las Vegas awarded at the Father and Son dinner last month. Two students from Herzl Re- ligious School will attend Camp Ramah in California on scholar- ship donated by the Club, as the result of its fund-raising activi- ties. Ladies Auxiliary Of J.C.R.S. The Seattle Ladies Auxiliary of the American Medical Center at Denver (J.C.R.S.) are plan- ning a summer dessert luncheon and card party to be held on Wednesday afternoon, July 9, at 12:30 p.m. at the Eastside "Y" 29th & East Cherry. Mrs. Hessy Ruth and Mrs. Mike Stainlager, co-chairmen of the affair have volunteered to make and serve home-made "blintzes," and there will be prizes and games during the afternoon. dations, extensive athletic fields and tennis courts. A beautiful sandy beach for swimming is nearby. Under the constant supervision of the directors and counselors, a rich program of camp activities will be offered within a tradi- tional J e w i s h setting; Hebrew songs and folkdancing, stimulat- ing discussions, Sabbath observ- ance, daily prayers, dramatics and campfire programs. A full !roster of athletics and marine sports is being planned Campers will be afforded the opportunity to qualify for the various Red Cross water-front achievements Menu planning has been pro- vided by the Home Economics Department of the University of Washington, with special atten- tion to dietary laws as well as nutritional value. A registered nurse will be on duty at all times and every pre- caution as been taken to safe- guard the health a/d safety of the campers. The Camp will include mem- bership from the entire region, with participants coming f r o m Seattle, Portland, Tacoma, Van-i couver, Edmonton, Calgary and intermediate points. Campers of the 4th, 5th and 6th grades will be accommodated the week of July 20 to 27. Junior High School division will begin on July 27, and conclude on Au- gust 10. Senior High Students will arrive in Camp on August 10 and terminate their session on Au- gust 24. In addition to the standard camp program, a "Nachon" or leadership t r a i n i n g fellowship will be conducted for a limited All proceeds will go towards number of high school youth from the general, maintenance fund of the region. Due to expanded la- the hospital in Denver. cilities a number of reservations in each session are still available. If interested, call the Herzl of- fice, at Ea. 4-1580. THE FUN and PICNICS ATLANTIC CITY (JTA)--A national pension plan for Jewish educational personnel will go into effect this winter, it was an- nounced by Philip W. Lown, president of the American Asso- ciation for J e w is h Education Page Five ttle, Featurl " Banquets a, -5070. TacOr0' J, rattle. Chicl<e':!ii: amings serV :: . ,ies. Fo: rese featuring GOLDEN BROWN FRIED CHICKEN SAUTED CHICKEN LIVERS from the CHAR-BROILER STEAKS -:- SEA" FOOD TEMPLE BETH AM ELECTS OFFICERS, NAMES NEW RABBI Election of a new rabbi, offl. cers and board of trustees high- lighted the annual meeting of Temple Beth Am, on Sunday, June 15. Officers a r Ted Kramer, 7508 - 40th NE., president; Her- bert Meyer, 9204 40th NE., vice-presi. dent; Henry Weiss, 2157 N. 64th, treasurer; and Mrs. Anita Bolotin, 5502 KRAMER 1st NE., secre- tary. Elected to the Board of Trustees were Carl Ellinger, Tom Sussman, Robert Well and Ludwig Lobe. Hold- over directors are Bert Arens- berg, Howard Breskin and Mrs. Jeanette Schrieber. Rabbi M. Arthur Oles, of Cin- cinnati, O., will arrive in Seattle An August to take over his duties as spiritual leader of the congre- gation. Rabbi Oles and his family will reside in Hayes Park. A graduate of Hebrew Union College ia Cincinnati, Rabbi Oles has just received his doctor of philosophy degree. He has been serving a congregation in Cum- berland, Md., during the last year. Announcement was also made at the meeting by Mrs. Schrieber, chairmn of the Temple,s  relig- ious school committee, that a Northeast Seattle public school will be used for the school begin- ning in September. The school has been housed at the Northeast Branch YMCA and Hillel House during the past two years, and due to its growth now needs lar- ger quarters. Harold S. Thal, membership chairman for the Tern p le, an- nounced the following members of his committee: Mrs. Belle Ruth Witkin, Mrs. Jeanette L b w e n, A r t h u r Rolfe, Irving Broches, Mrs. Pearl Barrat and Mrs. Gladys Frienenrich. "With our Sunday School to be located in a convenient North End public school building, and the arrival of our new rabbi in August, we anticipate a 50% growth in membership by the ar- rival of the High Holy" Days and beginning of the Religious School term in September," Thai aaid. t. veni9g  ys or e g Open Tuesday thru Saturday, 5 to 11 p.m. o7: i! Sundays, 2 to 10 p.m. " JO0 E. Cherry St. 'J |J 115th and 15th N.E. EM. 3-4848 EA. 5-2900 AT 4 8686  " 1: |,We Welcome: You! ,,ease come see our Iil ro.'00l Need Help! I i I: I modern priming and mailing plant in operation. 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