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2 THE TRANSCRIRT hAondy," August-19, 1963 I Annual Membership 1 - = -----: ,. no i'unc'e n of "an'e'nr am Mrs. David Nassi, vice-presi- SYLVIA CALER, Editor dent for m e m b e r s h i p, an- Management Comnlttee ArchJe S. Katz, Chairman; Samuel G. Holeenberg, Sam PreStos. Roy G. Rosenthal, Mrs. William Weinstein Subscription Price: $3.00 per year; $5.00 for two years OffiCe Hours: Monday, 9 a.m. to 5 p:m.; Tuesday thru Friday, 9 a.m. to lp•m. (except on press day) Room 201, 1017 Fourth • Phone MAin 4-0136 ° Seattle 4, Wash. Issued Semi-Monthly (except July-August, with one editioi) Entered as second-class matter July 7, 1949, at the Post Office at Seattle, Washington, under Act of March 3, 1870. a UNIVERSITY PRINTING CO, Shelley Cohen and Stephen Funk Wed nounces that the Annual Mem- bership event of the Seattle Chapter Brandeis University National Women's Committee, will be a snack luncheon, on Thursday, September 12, at 12 noon, at the home of Mrs. Rich- ard Weisfield, 2563 Magnolia Boulevard West. Assisting Mrs. Nassi are Mes- dames Theodore Abeles and Joseph Friedman, hospitality co-chairmen, and their •commit- tee which includes Mesdames Bernard Krasnowsky, Edward Shekter, Louis Casserd, Adolph Rigler, Julian Cohen, Jack Muscatel and Irving Herman. A program is being planned by Mrs. Marion Rose, program chairman• This being the fif- teenth anniversary of the founding of Brandeis Univer- sity and the National Women's Committee, a book plate will be placed in a volume on the shelves of the Library honor- ing each new member• A cor- dial invitation to attend is ex- tended to all women in the community. --Frederick and Nelson Photo MRS. STEPItEN FUNK Shelley Cohen, daughter of The bridal party included Mr. and Mrs. Victor S. Cohen, Mrs. Albert Strauss, matron of and Stephen Funk were mar- honor; Marilyn Cohen, sister of tied August 11 at the Edge- the bride, maid of honor; and water Inn. A reception follow-qSari Cohen, Mrs. Dave Benven- ed the ceremony• He is the son isle, Mrs. Sam Eastern, Pam of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Funk. Barrat and Barbara Alhadeff, The bride chose an Italian[ bridesmaids; Albert Strauss, silk l'inen gown with a scoop best man; Sam. Eastern, Dave l neckline trimmed with lace in- envenlste, e,A nmman, rea Eaton, Harold Deutsch and Dave Bevy, ushers. serts and short sleeves. The full skirt fell to a chapel length train. She wore a mantilla veil trimmed with lace inserts and carried a prayer book with gardenias and orchids. The bride attended the Uni- versity of Washington. The Center Teens Plan Activities To Close '63 Summer Season Sephardic Bikur Holim Members To Golf September 1 Sephardic Bikur Holim Syn- agogue will hold its first an- nual golf tournament, for mem- bers only, on Sunday, Septem- ber l, at Jefferson Park Golf Course. Starting times are available between 6:30 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. There is no entry fee. Prizes and cups will be award- ed and refreshments will be served following completion of play. All entries should be in by August 25. Reservations are limited and may be made with Gabriel Amira at MA 4-6315. Problems of Jewish Students Subject Of Study in Chicago CHICAGO, (JTA) -- An ex- tensive study to determine the social and educational prob- lems facing Jewish college stu- dents has been launched by the groom is a graduate of the law The Center Teen summer Jewish Vocati0nal Service here. school of the University of nro,ram will close with a The embarking on such a study Washington where he affiliat- dance on Saturday and swim was prompted by the fact that ed •with Sigma Alpha Mu.and and dinner party on Sunday, at least one out of three Jew- Phi Alpha Delta Fratermtms. August 24 and 25 lsh students have been drop- "  " " " .... 30 ping out of college un amraay nlgnl;, a : . " T ' • . Offlcmls of the JVS pointed THE JEWISH COMMUNITY|pro a Twist Dance will be ........... • . " • . ou ma me promem oI Jewlsn OF SINGAPORE, whmh dates [ held at the Center m the Youth| ...... he ..... college crop- ous. is- serious, back to the earty part of t ]Lounge Musm for dancing will| ......... • num " e ter slnce at leas Iv per cen oz an mneteenth century, today -be by The Gentrys C n | .......... " I . ". Jewish nlgn scnom graauaes hers some 800 persons. The first,members wall be admAted on l ....... • " was ' r hi go on m couege --a mgner rate synagogue m Singapore presentatmn of membe s p| ............ .... man ma prevanlng in me gen- built in 1878. cards; for others adnnssmn will| .... " .... , . ......... erm mencan popmauon ±he oe $1.00. teIresnmens wm oe "1 " o " e " - col ege or p-our surv y, De- on the .house. On Sunday, at 2 p.m. a swim and dinner party at the home iiiiii::i::ii. of Mr. and Mrs. 'Orville Cohen 9345 Fauntleroy, will be the l grand climax of the vacation AgYY'AgYA  ...... --- ........... , :-- AIRLINES SPECIAL TO ISRAEL Round Trip from Seattle '748 Regular Fare from Seattle to Tel Avlv, $1,090.30 FREQUENT DEPARTURES Spend High Holy Days in Israel by Flying on September 15 Call MAin 4-5606 or your Trovel Agent program. The day's activities will conclude with a pool side: dinner and beach fire• Reser- vations should be made by call- ing MA 4-8431. Cost to mem- bers is 75 cents and for non- members $1.25. CLASSIFIED _ _ 'IF YOtJ ar--eloo--ing fox" usual, beautiful, newly dec-' orated, spacious apartment available now be sure to calll EA 3-7030. $75.00 per month.: BEAUTIFUL CONVALESCENT HOME for elderly ambulatory people under nurse s care. Excellent food. EA 5-9071 ! WHERE WOULD YOU LIVE IF YOUR HOME WAS DESTROYED ? For a few dollars a year you can be assured of having additional living expenses until your home is repaired or re- built. See us about this important insurance coverage now. mmm us roe LIPMAN & ESFELD 401 Smith Tower • MA 4-2631 '----r MORTON PINCH ABE J. GOLDMAN lieved to be the first of its kind ever launched in the United States, will probe into Jewish students' personal and social adjustment to college life- Sephardic Golf T0urnament Aug. 25 The Seattle Sephardic Brotherhood's n in t h annual golf tournament will be held Sunday, August 25, at the 'Jeff- erson Pax.kGolfCourse. Troph- ies and prizes will be given and refreshments will :be serv- ed at the conclusion of tourney ,play. Reservations are limited and will be accepted on a first come first served basis. There is no entry fee. For further in- formation phone Vic Condiot- ty, chairman, at PA 5-3170. Boy To Mintzes M.r. and Mrs. David Mintz (nee Eileen DuBonne) are the: proud parents of their first son, Daniel Kenneth, born June 13. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry DuBonne and Mr. and Mrs. John Mintz. Mexico City Having Anti-Semitic Action MEXICO CITY (JTA)--Sev- ral synagogues, Jewish schools and homes near the houses of: worship were smeared here with the Nazi swastica. Com- plaints were lodged by the congregations and other Jew- ish organizations with federal and city police authorities, who are attempting to trace the identity of those responsible for the anti-Semitic daubings. Israel Needs More Nurses, Not Doctors JERUSALEM (JTA)--Depu- ty Health Minister Yitzhak Ra- fael has rejected assertions that a shortage of physicians has developed in Israel in re- cent years. Replying to a question on the subject in the Knesset, Is- rael's Parliament, Mr. Rafael noted that Israel's 'ratio of. one physician for each 400 popula- tion was the world's highest. He admitted, however, that the uneven distribution of physi- cians in various parts of the country gave the impression of a shortage. Mr. Rafael said that the number of pharmacists was also adequate, but that there was a severe shortage of trained and practical nurses. i' .... Levitt-Katz Nuptials Solemnized ' DR. AND MRS. The marriage of Minna Mir- iam Katz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Katz, to Dr. Gil- bert William Levitt, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Levitt of New York, took place July 7 at Herzl Conservative Congregation. A reception fol- lowed at the Sand Point Offi- cers Club. Lisette Katz was her sister's maid .of honor. Bridesmaids were Wendy Rockov and Bar- ry Trotsky• Ann Frumkin was the flower girl. Saul Witty, a University of • Washington exchange student IILBEIT LEVITT Dr. George Gataky. The bride is a pre-Law Jun- ior at the University of Wash- ington. Dr. Levitt graduated Phi Beta Kappa from City Col- lege in New York. He was valedictorian of his class• He received his medical degree at Rochester Medical School and is presently a Captain in the United States Army, attached .to Madigan Hospital. - The couple is making their home in Tacoma. Seattleites at Phi Sigma Sigma Meet ii[:::.::i!::::[i:.:::.ii?/ ..:.:.:.::+:.:.:.:.:.:+:.:.:.::.:::+ ,.........................=.:.. ...................... .............. Enjoying their pilgrimage to Hunter College are (1. to r.) : Mrs. Thelma Zackin, National Grand President of Phi Sigma Sigma from 1948 to 1952; Jacquelyn Wets, President of local Seattle chapter; Mrs. Clarisse Harrison Markowitz, National Grand President in 1930 and again in 1939; and Miss Annette Mezi- strano, delegate from the Seattle chapter. The Waldorf Astoria Hotel in BeI-Mer Chapter, lNew York was the site of the IB B Women Plan recent Phi Sigma Sigma Gold- Tea for August 29 Bel-Mer Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will have its Membership Tea on Thursday, August 29, from 2 to 4:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Kahn, 9416 N.E. 25th in Belle- vue. Program for the afternoon will be a fashion show with women of the Chapter model- ing fashions from the Pink Garter in Bellevue. Each mem- ber is asked to bring a pros- pective member. The committee in charge of the event are Mesdames Rich- ard Steinbock, Malcolm Led- erman, Lawrence Kahn, Wil- Liam Levy, Leonard Oppen- heimer and Ronald Porad. Game Night Will Aid Hebrew ,School A game night will be held to benefit the Nursery School of the Seattle Hebrew School, vn Wednesday, August 21, at :15 P.M., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Hartholz, 5775 South Eddy. A nominal admission will be .charged, and 'efreshments and "noshes" will be provided. Further information may be obtained by calling Mrs. Har- tholz at PA 5-1273, or the School at EA 4-2021. "'Dai-Bons" Patio Party To Be Aug. 30 A "Get Acquainted" patio arty sponsored by the Dai- 3ons will honor all tenth grade irls. The affair will be held Friday, August 30, from 2 to p.m. at the home of Susan glorhaime, 5208 55th South. A fashion show of formals en Jubilee Convention• , -Attending from Seattle were Mrs. Paul Kaplan, National 3rd Vice - President; Jacquelyn ; Wets, President of the colleg- iate chapter at the University of Washington; Annette Mezis- irano, alternate delegate from the U.W.; Rochelle Blumenthal an alumnus; and Mrs. Julias 31umenthal, a member of the Seattle Mother's Club of Phi Sigma Sigma. Mrs. Kaplan was re-elected zo the Supreme Council as Na- tional 3rd Vice-President in charge of alumni activities. The awards banquet brought signal honors to the represen- tatives of the Seattle chapter when they were awarded one of the sorority's highest nation- al awards for outstanding prog- ress and achievement• To add to Seattle's Phi Sigma Sigma laurels was another award pre- sented to them from their Western Division for outstand- ing performance this past year. A highlite of the 50th Anni- versary Convention was a pil- grimage by the entire conven- tion body to Hunter College in New York City, the site of Phi Sigma Sigma's founding in 1913. In honor of the occasion, a silver tea service was pre- ented to the college, and was :eceived by Dean of Women, Katherine Hopwood. In addition to Phi Sigma igma's annual philanthropic: contributions, a surprise an- nouncement was made to the ,convention body of a traveling art tour prepared especially for Phi Sigma Sigma display- ing 50 years of American art. ' The five day convention stay in c t u d e d plenary sessions, workshops, teas, and numerous social activities• md semi-formals will be Barbara Ringold T.b shown and refreshments  will be served. Reservations are Spend Year In Spain necessary and should be made Barbara Ringold, a student before August 27 with Raylah Burns at AT 4-7113 or Nancy Sills at SH 6-0351. A dona- tion of fifty cents will be asked at the door. Sportswear and heels will be the attire of the day. B'nai B'rith Girls Install August 22 Habanot Chapter of B'nai at Smith College, left August 18 for Spain where she will iarticipate in the Smith Junior Year Abroad program. She will live with a private family in 'Madrid• Miss Ringold, a 1961 grad- uate of Mercer Island High School, is the daughter of Judge and Mrs. Solie Ringold of Mercer Island. B'rith Girls will install their ,; | new officers at the Jewishl[  _. [| Community Center on Thurs- I, It1 1| day, August 22 at 7 p.m. In-ll"  |FIII|II| stallation ceremonies will be lllL'qht]| followed by a mixer from 9 to --_.-  .... - _ .-_ _ | 12 pm. for A.Z.A. and B.B.G. :::-- =_ _: | members. , ":*gzM g I Officers to be installed are Esther K. Scharhon, president; Michelle Peters, vice president; Esther Calve, treasurer: Judy Benoliel, reporter; Bernice An- gel, secretary; MarleneAvzara- del, historian. Admission is fifty cents. Re- Lfreshments will be.served. One o[ the Finest Funeral Home in the VFest ARTHUR A. WRIGHT & SON, INC. • DIGNIFIED CHAPEL • ,AVOID FUNERAL PROBLEMS • No. 2 BUS LINE 5TOPS HERE Located av Entrance to HILLS OF KI'ERNITY CEMETERY 6th West at Queen Anne Boulevard Phones: AT. 2-5500 and AT. 2-0447 V . ,t,J; Rabbi RiVkin 00Lauds Yeshiva Ceremony Held Here in July "The Chag Hatorah of Yesh- iva Rabbeinu Chaim Ozer, which was held on July 14, was one of the most successful Chag Hatorah events of recent years," said Rabbi Sholom Riv- kin, Spiri.tual Leader of Con- gregation Bikur Cholim. The Chag Hatorah is the closing exercises of the ace- demic year of the Yeshiva• In connection with it, the Torah Journal containing essays on profound, matters of Jewish Law, Philosophy, etc. is pub- lished..This year's Torah Jour- nal contains some thirty articles revealing insights into the cali- ber of the understanding and study pursued at the Yeshiva• The program included recital of essays by Steven Amen, Morris Buttnick, Allan Frand, Linda Scharhon, Stephen Stein- berg, and Liza Wallach. Genauer Chairman Ben Genauer was chairman• Comments were heard from Rabbi William Greenberg and Rabbi Solomon Maimon, spirit- ual leaders of Congregation Ezra Bessaroth and Congrega- tion Sephardic Bikur Holim, respectively; • and Rabbi Zev Eisenstein, Educational Direc- tor of Bikur Cholim. Present also were Rabbi Eliezer Paltiel, Rosh Yeshiva, and Rabbi Harold Genauer who voluntarily acts as Rosh Yesh- iva, instructing the older boys in Advanced Talmudic Studies• Special tribute was paid to Ben Genauer, vice president of Bikur Cholim and long-time pillar of the Yeshiva; to David Frand, long-time leader of the Yeshiva; and to Victor Offman, President of the Yeshiva, who has shown much leadership in connection with the Yeshiva rogram. Advanced Studies In his special message at the conclusion of the Chag Ha- torah, Rabbi Rivkin pointed out that the Yeshiva Rabbeinu Chaim Ozer is the only school of its kind in the Pacific North- .west offering advanced Jewish studies beyond the grade school level for Jewish children. He also stated that, while elemen- tary Jewish education is basic Jewish survival is not possible .without education that extends also beyond the grade school level. Rabbi Rivkin extended spe- cial good wishes to Yeshiva tudents who are leaving this all for schools of 'higher Jew- [sh learning. They include Marc Angel and Morris Butt- nick, Yeshiva University in New York; Allan Frand, the Ner Israel Rabbinical Semin- ary, Baltimore, Maryland; and Liza Wallach, Yeshiva Univer- sity's Stern College for Women, New York. Special recognition was given to former students of the Se- attle Yeshiva who are now in attendance at schools for high- er Jewish studies: Allan Gen- auer, Marvin Genauer, Melvin Genauer, Albert Maimon, David Radinsky, and Billy Schreiber, all at Yeshiva Uni- versity; Miriam Funk, Joan enauer, Janet Maimon, and Miriam Radinsky, at Stern College for Women; Paula Shapiro, Yeshiva IJniversity's reachers Institute; M i c h a e 1 Azose, H e b r e w Theological C o 11 e g e, Chicago; Abraham NIaimon, Yeshiva of Philadel- phia; and Frank Eisenberg, ftabbinical College of Telshe, Wycldiffe, Ohio. 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