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26, 1938 ORG By Mrs. S. Gottstein annual l)icnie for melnl)ers of Circh: will l)e hehl Sun- August 28, at Seward 1)ark. All are urge(I to "d tend. the cehq)ralion are Mrs. Mrs. P. Gohlberg, Mrs. Ben Radinsky, I. Kundin Ponish. ADDITIONAL SOCIAL NEWS Edward Green Feted (Continued from Page 4) Sam Wener feted Mrs. Green and llad ]let&apos; 'ts 't guest Weekend fislling trill to Point mr, showing (he visitor tile scenery of the wooded country. Mrs. Myer was hos(ess to 16 in Mrs. honor a( l,'rederiel & Nel- Laing room. rs, W. Shcmison of, Mont= her two daughters, Gohlic g:tve .t luncheon at the Athle(.ie Club for Mrs. Fay Green will return to her ]leme wiill skates and a naehine, nlonlentoos of a picnic 1)ltrty qt the Joseph home in Monilake where 20 celebrated (lie six(h 1)irth- Faye's to,sin Frank, tile BOlt, lld Mrs. B. A. Konick had of en(ertaining (heir Mrs. Josellh Konick, and his fiancee, who motored PhihMell)hia Pa. here "dso were their Maw, Mrs. William Konick, 'Ughter, Selm.t. the many thrilling trips excursion to Mt. Rainier and the Oregon coast. Alfred Strauss ef Chicago, in the city fur a visit with and daughter, Mr. Paul Friedlander, returned Dr. Strauss is an emi- Itlrgeon. His young daughter, who came west with him, for a hmger visit with her and the Louis Friedlanders. the graudmothers who has a happy month here is Fasten of Corvallis, is becoming acquainted ten-month-old twin grand- son and daughter of Dr. Alexander Grinstein. Mrs. been dividing ller time visits with her mother, Mayer, and the Grin- 8he leaves for heine Sunday. of Miss Rose Gottstein aPI)y to know that she has home front the Swedish and Mrs. Ted Stares, with and daughter, Stanley and raotored to Seaside last Mr. Stamm returned to the fiunily will remain Lal)or Day. Delman wits lmstess nday noon luncheon at the Mrs. J'tek Knmmerman, recently returned from an trill East and for Mrs. tlpcrn (Mrs. Kammerman's Who leaves soon with Mr. tad their slnall son for where tbey will engage Program work. Snoring tile Halperns and were their cous- and Mrs. Tghal'les Nudel- gave a delightful evening ay. Flaks and her Marvin Flaks, have Portland for a visit with and sister-hMaw, Mr. Flaks, for a few days there will proceed to San and Los Angeles where visit their cousin, Mrs. for two weeks. Berliner and daugh- have recently returned wtcation in Los they were the house r. and Mrs. J. G. Efron. Plotldn, formerly of elated with the visits Mrs. Brodsky and and his grandcMldren. THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT ANIZATIONS. lunior Hadassah By Margy Pass Anchors Away! Shill All().')'! All Abo.trd! or nny ottler words that nlean ,hmior Iladassall is starting off this week on 'ulother smash year, filled with social events galore, 'in unusually interesting cultural l)ro- grant nn(t minul.ely l)lanned m(,et- i ngs. At tim hehn of all the activities will I)e I)opular Mary Kosher, for- merly . leader ill U. ()f W. "tctivities. Equally .ts competent as Mary are the ofticers assisting hcr, inchlding Iirst vice presi(lcnt Bess Kaiz; sec- on(l vice I)resi(lcnt, Jeanne Fisher; recording secretary, Edil;h Rul)in; corresponding secretary, Maxine ls- 1)in; (reasurer, Ruth Aaron. At (he first beaM meeting of the year, llehl last week, the progr,un of the year w'ts i.entatively drawn Ul). It reads as follows: September 7-- botu'd mecting at tim home of Ruth Aaron; Sel)(mnl)er 14--first meeting at Teml)le Cen(,er, Julia l)eisenhaus in charge of tills meeting; October 3-- I)oard meeting at home of M:u'gy l"tss; October .q--nmlnl)ersbip tea, hlcation not decided as yet; Octol)cr 12---second mee(ing "tt Telnple, Ruth Moises in cluu'ge. November 3---board meeting; No- vmnber !)--third meeting at Temple, l"'tnny lh)rowitz takes the g.tvel at this meeting; November ll, 12 'tnd 13 - Junior lhulassah Nor(.hwcs(, Con- fel'ell((! tit SeiIith:. Vnneouver, l)ort - laml and Sl)ok'ule chapl;ers invited. ])e('.enfl)er S--beaM mce(.ing; De= cenll)(w 14-fourth meeting at Ten> pie (en(er, Bebe Tat presides; Janu- ary 5--board nmeting; J.unml'y ll-- Bess Katz will l)]an this nmcting "tt Tenll)le Center. l!'elnulary 3--1)o'u'd meeting; February S--the sixth mcet- ing will be in tlands of Fay Radin- sky; March 2--1)card mee(.ing; March 8--,leanne l,'isher will l)lan ore' spring (ltulee. May 'tnd Jlme are not as yet l)l'umcd but you can be sure ()f two months of 'Lctivity. Remelnl)cr, every girl between the ages of 18 and 25 is eligible for membership. SLIPS that come to "Pass."-- Rose Glantz has forsaken our midst for the "middle-aisle." Likewise Edith lhu't in a couple of weeks and then Celia Jaffe... Join Hadassah and gel; your manI . . Miriam Stainm, new member, is still as "Happy" as ever... Baseball is her favorite past- time... Mine is 1)asketball . . es- pecially the red-headed ones. Herzl Junior Guild By George S. Silver I'lans are going forward rapidly tMs week for llerzl Junior Guild's opening meeting of the year, Sunday evening, September 11 at Herzl Synagogue vestry, when a mixer, featuring the music of a dance or- chestra, is expected to attract hun- dreds of young people in the Jewish community, G[lihl meml)ers and non- melnl)ers alike. Felix Schneider and Jack Neff are llard at work on the mixer. Young married cmlples are especially in- vited. KIBBITZING: Who is Margaret ](latzker's latest? He is nice look- ing... Rumor llas it the Morrie Elk- ins is still trying to get the cow's per- . mission to tmve the I)arn dance. Jewish Ex=Marines Urged To Join Club Sol Sharin, cx-Marine, tlfis week I)roadcast an invitation to all inem- bers of tlm Jewisll community here who once served in the Marine Corps to join the Devil Dogs Club, com- posed of ex-Marines and meeting the first and third Monday ()f every month in the social hall of New Rich- mond ltotel, lte said further informa- tion can be obtained from hiln at 919 31st Ave. or Prospect 9927. CALL .... HARRY EISBERT Liberty Dry Cleaners --The Sunlight Plant-- 1600 Jackson St., PR. 5050 LADLES beautiful hair is yours by this new modern hair method . . no lotions are used in setting your hair., the Sun Lamp treatment insures natural lustre and softnaH. SUN LAMP DRYING . BEAUTY SALON $I0 Seaboard Bldg. ELiot 194 rDorothy Suthorland rStasia Dvorak Aleph Zadik Aleph By Max Katz They're still i)ouring sand out of Iheir shoes and (..oral)ins straw out ()f l,heir hair. But 35 Alelllls and their gals had a roaring time at thc A.Z.A. ]lay ride and I)encll I)'n'ty Sat- uM'ly nigllt. Alel)hs .uld their (l'tts piled into the fragr'tnt straw in truclcs driven by h'v. Sternoff and M.trshallS'u'in and were taken (o Gohlen GaMen beach, where .t roaring h)g fire awaite(l tiles. llighligllt of tile cvening w'ts a pie-eating eontes(, lqlnnie Ih)ro- witz, swcetlleart of Sea(xle's A.Z.A. daintily nil)bled llcr way to victory over Shirley Ress, wile faltered after real,oiling Fannic bite for lille. In the e.Mir stages, Zillah I(anarek was forced ont .lfter a racing start when a l)erry canght ill her tlu' Entered ill the boy's (livision were one of the finest collection of "fres- sers" ever gathered in one l)lace. Representing Yesler Way and " f'tvorite was Leo l,evine. Wearing the coh)rs of Slml's drllg store W'lS h'v. Sternoff. The U. of W. Luncll- con Chd) sponsored Max Katz. Also entered were Earl C.tsller, Mitt Free- man and ,Jerry Zeidnmn. Tile winner, new eh:unl)ion an(l new recor(l hohtev in Max Kal,z. Second was h'v. Sternoff. l,eo Levine finished f'u' in the fiehl, uttering erys of disl.ress. The curtain has finally falhm on tile softlmll senson :m(I all I)alll)hlyers are aske(I to l,urn in their uniforms. . . A.Z.A.'s b'skctl)all lenin, scc- (,ion.d chanHlions, are prel)aring for (he fall cantl)aign. Coach "Red" Retenl)erg amlounces alll)Oi,ltmenL of Leo "Elllows" Lcvinc as assist'nit coach, lol)l)o is recognized as one of the olltstan(ting defensive lll'tyers ill the city. A.Z.A.'s first fall nfixer will take place September 18. Because of the entlnlsiastic welcome given to these pol)ular Sim(l'ty evening dances, So- attic chal) tl/IS decided to SllOnsor a series. This week the OMer of the IIer- ring gocs to Famfie Horowitz: beauti- ful sweetheart, mighty horseshoe tosser and snI)erlative pie e'tter. SCHMOOS: Merle Cots is still looking for that l)ag ef potato chips. . . Everyone wonders at the identity of tile pretty girl Lawrence Brown was so iealously shielding Saturday night. Sons Of Israel By Joe Farber DenatioIl of $500 by Harry Bren- ner, widely-known bakery nlanager, to the $10,000 camp'fign for a new Sons of Israel home was announced today by President Sam Miller. Mr. Brelmer's pledge is the largest con- tril)ution received to date, President Miller said. The Sons of Israel lmad expressed gr,ttification at the gift and declared: "Every loyal Sons of Israel mcnfl)er cannot hell) 1)ut be encouraged by this striking evidence of recognition of the support our drive is winning from our members." Mr. Brefiner exphfine(1 that next month he will start a trip to 1)ales - lille and "l)efore I left, I wanted to bc sure that I had delta my I)art l;o llc]ll the Soils of Israel's new heine." Army, Navy, To Allow High Holiday Furlough NEW YORK (WNS)--Jews in tile United States Army, Navy and Coast Guard and in the Civilian Conserwt- lion Corps and the hospitals of the United States Veterans Adminis- tration will be granted Rosh lIa- shonah furloughs beginning at sun- down, Stmday, September 25 and continuing until slmdown, 'l'uesday, September 27, according to erdcrs issued this week by the War and Navys Departments. Dr. Cyrus Adler is chairman of the Army and Navy Committee of the Jewish Welfare Board, which co- operates with the government. Yom Kippur furloughs start Tuesday, Oc- tober 4 at slmdown and continue un- til sundown, Wednesday, Oct. 5. Dutch Have Plan To Save 10,000 Children AMSTERDAM (WNS)--The Un- ion of Jewish Cmninunities of IIol- land drafted plans this week for In'inging to The Netherlands 10,000 German and Austrian Jewish child- ten who will be placed in private homes and children's institutions. The Dutch Government is reported to have agreed to permit 5,000 ctfild- ren to enter and is also understood to be ready to contribute toward the cost of their maintenance. 3,000 Escort Body Of Hero In Spain NEW Y()RK (WNS)- Ben 1,ei(ler, fornler New Yol'k Post rel)or(.er, who W'lS the first American ldlled while, fish(ins for (.he Spanish Rel)ul)lic, was given a herCs fmlcral when his 1)ody arrived ill New York. The body was eseor(ed from Grand Cen(ral Sta(.ion to Carnegie lhfll I) 3, a tln'ong of 3,000 men an(l women headed l)y a guard of honor consist- ing of 125 uniformed veterans of the A1)raham ]Ancoln Brig:t(le. The funeral oration was delivered I)y Rabl)i I;enjalnin 1)lotldn of Con- gregation Emanu-],]l, .lerscy City. After the exercises the I)ody was tal<en to Mount itel)ron Cemetery in Hushing for 1)urial. YouthCongress Fights Bigots I'()UGIII(H,'A'Sll,;, N. Y. (WNS) --"Equali(y of all r'tces" was listed as "L cardinal tenet in a seven-1)oint I)rogram for world I)eace un,mi- m(lusly al)ta.oved this week lly the American dCega(ion to the second Youtll Congress for submission to a l)lenary session. Tile ra(.e equ.tlity l)lanl reads "ts follows: "The equality of all 1)eol)les rod races is I)qsic to the sceuri/lg of a 1)eaceful worhl Ol'(lcr. Econonlic, cultural and political rigllts shouhl 1)e guarantcc(I to l'aal, religious and l)olitic'd minoriti(s within natiol).S to lessen war lension, "Sul)ject nations an(l colonies shouhl I)e started on the roa(l to self- determination tln'ough (.he intro- (hn.tion of education.d Ol)l)orl, uni- ties, ,d)etition of eppressive tax laws, discriminatory elnllh)yment laws, segrega(.ion legislation and through tllc establishment of a universal dcmoer.ttic suffrage." But Nazi Preach To Babies NEW YORK--At about the age when American boys and girls are reading "Treasure Island" and "David Copperficld," 7,000,000 Ger- man youngsters are reading a totally different kind of book--"The Hand- book nf the Ititler Youth' '--an English translation of wMch was published for the first time in Am- erica this week. The primer is the instrument by which the Nazis hope to rear whole new generations in their own image. It was published in Germany last year and translated this week as "The Nazi Primer," Itarper and Brothers with commentaries by Pro- fessor IIarwood L. Childs of the Princeton politics department) who translated it, and Dr. William E. ])odd, former American Ambassador to Germany. As sulnlnarized by Dr. Dodd, the handbook teaches German boys and girls from 14 to 18 "how sacred was their Aryan race, how great their ,mcestors had been and lmw much of Europe prollerly beh)nged to the I'uehl'er and his followers." Paderewski Plays in New Film At Montlake (For news of Paderewski, see Page 8, Column 5). In tim first fihn in which he has ever appeared, Iguace Jan Paderew- ski, famed Polish pianist, comes to the screen at Montlake Theatre to- (lay, playing in "Moonlight Sonata," produced by Lothar Mendes. Jewish music lovers were invited to sec the great virtuoso in "Moon- light Serenade." Paderewski plays Chopin's Polonaise in A Flat Major; his own composition, Minuet in G; Lizst's 2nd thmgarian Rhapsody and Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata. The Polish maestro, who was once premier of his country and who at- tributes Ms success to the teaching ef the Jewish pianist-teacher, Anton Rubinstein, now lives in Switzerland. Rossoe Mfg. Co. Oil Burners Air Conditioning Plants Stokers Oil Delivery Service --FREE ESTIMATES-- 413 Fairview North MA. 5454 r,.f, ,, "I" ...... . O,F .... J ,,; ,:, Enterti r00rs :111% PAGE FIVE L While dynamic little David Du- binsky, bustling president of the potent International Ladies Gar- ment Workers' Union, this week was holding secret conferences with C. I. O. chief John L. Lewis that may decide the fate of the tense split between the C. I. O. and the older American Federa- tion of Labor, they were dusting off the stage of the Metropolitan Theatre today for a week's run of "Pins and Needles," satirical 19- act musical revue first staged as an amateur entertainment by the garment workers' union in New York and played on Broad- way as a hit for nearly a year. "Pins and Needles," most of whose cast is Jewish, will begin September 12, features the catchy music of young Harold J. Rome-- including "Sunday in the Park," "One Big Union For Two," "It Isn't Cricket to Picket"--and pokes fun at Hitler and Musso- lini. Director of the actors, who have taken time off from sewing machines, is Charles Friedman of the Labor Stage. AL EBEN, who plays the role of Mussolini, and pretty RUTH RUB- ENSTEIN are featured players. Hollywood Parade By DICK CHASE IIOLLYWOOD. -- Under tutelage of Mushy Callahan, one-time champ pugilist, John Jules Garfield, who re- mains a star in Ms third Warner Bros. film "They Made Me A Crimi- n'fl," is learning to box left-handed this week, in accordance with script demands. The young character actor will ap- pear in pic with the Dead Enders. Heard around the lot at the mo- ment is the rumor that Columnist Louis Sobol's original story "The Gay Nineties" will be "utapted as next vehicle for Gartield, with plans to date calling for mounting the pic in the grand--meaning expensive-- nlanner. NEEDLES AND PINS: The young garment workers who make up the cast of "Pins and Needles" made good use of their time while in Los Angeles and IIollywood, where they just wound Ul) a three weeks' en- gagement. Not only did they visit studios and the homes of such film notables as l)orothy Parker and Louise Hovick, but thcy made trips to the IIunting- ton libary and galleries, the beaches and the Griflith P'trk planetarium. On eel the highlights of ttmir visit was an excursion to the Los Angeles Sanatorium at l)uarte, about 13 miles from Los Angeles, where the players staged a perform'race for the patients They also visted the institution's newest structure, the beautiful $125,- 000 IIillquit MemoriM Hospital, wtlich was donated by their union, the International Ladies Garment Workers Union. TROUBLE, TROUBLE: We had Jascha Heifetz in makeup, practical- ly, all set to make his debut with Sam Goldwyn, when we find unhal)- piness again. For more than a year Mr. Goldwyn had Jascha under con- tract, lIc planned to shoot the pic- ture from Sept. 1 to Oct. 13, with lIeifetz slated to receive $125,000 for his labors. Now Jascha is laying plans for his annual winter concert tour, which has been his bread and butter for 25 years, and Sam Goldwyn is 1)cr- turl)ed because there is smMl likeli- hood that the script will be in shape for fihning by September 1. Way things look now, Goldwyn will defer start on pic until next spring, with a bonus for Heifetz for i)ostponement. !iii!i!iii!i DEL MILNE, popular orchestra leader at The Ranch, highway night cafe, today invited Jewish patrons to see Hattie Noel, buxom colored girl who recently won $150,000 on the Irish Sweepstakes and appeared on Eddie Cantor's radio program, headline a fle-act floor show, presentel tice night- ly. Miss Noel offers an act of com- edy, song and dance, Maestro Milne said. The Ranch will be open Sunday night, September 4, and will be closed Tuesday night, September 6, Mrs. Wands Owens, manager, announce t. Rabbi Ishamel said, "If one wishes to 1)ecome wise, he shall ocupy him- slf with the study of Nezi Kin (civil law) for there is no richer section of wisdom in the entire law than in the Nezi Kin which is like a natural fountain and thos who wish to study civil law may take lessons of Rabbi Simon/'--Talmud. Have Courage To Vote For HENRY CLAY a6NEW REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE for PROSECUTING ATTORNEY There Are Enough Laws; AGNEW Will ENFORCE Them--Impartially. BE SURE TO TUNE IN ON KOM0 Fri., 7:15 P. M. Wed., 9:15 P. M. KE E N i0070 i,. o, Fri., Mon., Tue., Wed., 7:45 P. M. --Thur., 7:30 P. M.