J EWI.SH WESTERN BULLETIN
Fridoy, July 11, 1956
MUTER FARKlN of the Vancouver Peretz School is making preparations for a garden party to be held on the lovely grounds of Mrs. M. Wallach, 1676 West 16th Avenue on Sunday, August 19 . ^ • social coinmittee asks all friends io keep that date open.
JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED
Ladies Auxiliary has postponed it^ annual garden party which was planned for the end of July.
SENIOR CLUB PIONEER WOMEN annual strawberry festival social win be held on Saturday, July 28, at the Community Centre. All members arid friends are invited to come and spend an enjoyable evening . . . At a recent meeting held at the hpirie of Mrs. Gorback, the following new executive was elected:
Honorary president, Mrs. S. Che-chick; president, Mrs. A. Buchman; 1st vice-preadent, Mrs. E. Steinei^ 2lid vice-president, Mrs. I. Gorback; secretary, Mrs. J. Checov; treasurer, Mrs. I. Chernov; due$ chairman, Mrs. F. Steele; publicity, Mrs. A. Rome; telephone, Mrs. A. PuIIaa and Mrs. F. Steele; social, Mrs. S. Chieichicfc, Mrs. A. Pullan and Mrs. I. Lederman; sunshine, Mrs. F. Steele; sick commit-
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RELIGIOUS mm% SEMINAR f RDVE$ VIRY STIMUlAtiNG
By MA^ MARC^LIS
I, attended the Sembar on Human Relations for Religious Or-Iganiiations at the University of B.C. last week along with 22 representatives of various other [organizations. It was an experience which I am sure will help me to juni&K people bfete ^"-particularly the ones I whom I live and: work.
This fine seminar was sporisoredrby I the University of ^British Columbia Extension Department and the Canadian Council of Christians and i with the cooiferatipn of the YJiaiisbu-ver Civic Unity Associatidn;; -— Marjorie V. Smith of UBC Eitei^lon [Department and C; Roy Brookfe^hk, I Director "W^estern Division of "Goipcii of Christians apd Jev^ very ski|ffiully handled the difficult task of mamitein-ing throughout the senunar the feel-Ling of broad understending withput sacrifice of basic beliefs.
The resource perspiinel taught by j example.' We learned a lot of methods to take back to our groups. Through wojk groups and lectures by the resource peojple, our thinking was stim-I ulated along new; avenues.
Dr.' J. Roby Kidd, National Durec-I tor of the Canadian Association of lAdult Education who is one of the leading authorities in this field, gave a
MONTREAL - Mrs. Ann^^^'^y lecture, on ^ro-
'gram Plamung and Implementation.
"A good Program Chairman is like
a Musician—thoroughly attuned ; to
. Mill L. YORSH
It oppeors that Mrs. Yprsh, who ha; olwoyt been oivB of the leading conybsWrs iii thie Women's Div-isioh. bf the United Jewisli' Appeol, will be woy oiit in front when this year's women's effort is completed. She has already brought in over $1>000 from 157 contributors, with the. assistance of 113 , different drivers.
Ragiiisky namd 'Wdman of Vabr'
tee, Mesdames M. Checov and S.|Raginsky, Chairman bf the Wo-Chechick; Trustees: Mesdamei B. menV Division of t^^
Rothstein, Polonsky, C. H. Kosasky, Israel Bond Committee, has been, „ ^ ^.^^
J. Kachenowsky and I. Valinskyj named as the imi Canadian to '/^"^
representatives to Council: Mesdames earn the "Womaft of Valor" ^"^^ Mprris, Socio
A. Buchman, M. Checdv, A. Romfe, award, according to a statement P^t^P^^^y^^^^f^^^y' »° short time R. Horowitz ' (issued by Messrs. MaxweU m.mgemomly and com-
Kahnan, Joel Sternthal and Max f ^^^f^T^^y described the role onhe Wolofeky, cOHJhairmen of the 5 ^^^^^^^^
Montreal Israel Bond Committee. mankind as t^ie abdity of man^to
survive and function effectively under Mrs. Raginsky has earned the des- the changing universe, Riegner, mcsmber of the World Jew-1 i^nation "Woman of Valor," which "The main task of parents, teachers ish Congress Executive and headpflis the:;W^ issued by ttie and church, is to equip the child as
its Geneva office, was unanimously jWomeh^^^^ iriteraa- best they can with the basic proc^ssj^^
elected President of the Standing tional IsraeKBond Organization, by which operate within t^s universe; Committee of Non-Governmental Or- personally selling more than $100,- instill in him courage and readiness ganisations with Consultative Status! 000 in Israel Bonds since the incep-1 to face changes so that he is not at Unesco when the fifth Conference tio» of the Chen Charm credit sys- frightened by them and doesn't try of NGOs with Consultative Status at tern for women volunteers in the Is- to i«treat from them and teach him Unesco ended in Paris last week after jrael Bond program. j'techniues for trying to understand
and significant meaning 'through association' at this seminar. Thevknow-led^e that there were m^y problems common to all created a feeling of oneness.
I derived a better understanding of people—and gained a small peek at what makes us 'tick psycfaolo^callyi What I saw iVas; perhaps frightening beirause the understanding of.the complewity:^ individuals is a; far jgreater ■ job th^ layman can tackle. However, I am interested enough to pursue this subject to where I may. discover an open door to true understaiiding of people—particularly the ones with whom I have to live and work. ;-
"It will be up to all of,you to pursue further what you have heard, for the surface has; bnly been scratched," said Dr. Morris.
We developed insights rather than solved problems ^ 1^^ we found that ^ there any ■ cut-and-dried
overall recipe fos; the solution of 6ur difficulties. We did learn an approach to that solution. ,
"Real leJarningbidy happens when yo^U'have a combination of two factors (1) stimulus (2) security," said Df. Kidd. These -we got in full saea-sure at the seminar.
Dr. Wro. G. Black, Liaison Ofiacer, Citieiiiship ^iahch and i^te BOtte-dahl, Vaiicpuyer Civic Unify A tion, played'an important role iii racing this seininar a successful one.
The friendship, enjoyment and accomplishment that developed among all the participants of. the seminar w^as responsible for,the fueling that the end of the seminar was only the beginning for this group.
Pleose tell the Advertiser you sow it in this "BuIleHn"
WJ Congress leoder nomed to UN post
PARIS (WJA)—Dr. Gerhard' M.
a four-day session.
190 delegates, representing nearly 100 NGOs, attended the Conference whose main subject was the discussion of Unesco's program for 1957-58. Ways and means of improving co-operation between Unesco and other Non-Governmental Organisations were also reviewed.
Addressing the conference^fter his election. Dr. Riegner said that what united them all was the attachment to the ideas and ideals of Unesco, to the ideals of pea^ and understanding. He had been pleased to see during the Conference some manifestations of the spirit of boldness and independence which should always guide their deliberations and he felt that it was the task of the NGOs to act as the conscience of Unesco.
Dr. Riegner, who will preside at the Sixth Conference of NGOs at Unesco, succeeds Dr. J. R. Rees, Director of the World Federation for Mental Health.
The concept of the "Woman of changing conditions," said Dr. Morris. Valor" is based on a quotation ifrom j « wUl be a while before ,all that
was partaken of at the seminar will be digested and can be evaluated for "back home application/' 'Understanding' had taken on a new
MISS ISRAEL OF 1956
CARD OF THANKS
The Gordon la Club of Pioneer Women wish to express sincere thanks end oppreciation to Mrs. A. H. Jaclcson for the' use of her home.and her gracious hospitality, at the successful Tea held there recently.
MRS. ANNA RADINSKY
the Book of Proverbs: "Who can find a woman of valor, for her price is far above rubies." The gold Woman of Valor pin is comprised of laurel wreaths, across which lies a sword, its hilt encrusted with rubies. The first Woman of Valor pin was awarded Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt iii recog* nition of her outstandmg leadership in the cause of the development of Israel. Mrs. Raginsky becomes the sixth woman on the international scene to receive this honor.
SENIOR CLUB PIONEER WOMEN
ANNUAL STRAWBERRY SOCIAL
SATURDAY EVENING/JULY 28/ COMMUNITY CEW^
Everyone in the community will be welcome
Sara Tol, twenty-two-yeor-old Israeli student who is "Miss Israel"; is seen as she arrived' at Idlewild Airport, New York, to compel^ in the "Miss Universe" contest. Miss Tal, o toll brunette, is o politicol science student at the University of Tel Aviv. She served in the Pioneer Fighting Youth os o border patrol guard. She wore "desert" slethes of white cotton, including a coot, blouse, skirt and hat. She disployed hond-made krqeli Jewelry and said thot St was her ombition to return to Israel to work for the government OS an aid to innumigrants. She was born in Poland end lived in Israel most of her' life.
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