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2 THE TRANSCRIPT Monday, January 23, 1961 i : SYLVIA CALER Editor " : Management Committee Archie S. Katz, Chairman; Samuel G. Holcenberg, Sam Prottas, Roy G. Rosenthal, Alfred Shyman, Mrs. William Weinstein. Office Hours: Monday, 9 a.m. to 5 P.mG Tuesday thru Friday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (except on press day) 727 Seaboard Bldg. Phone MAin 4-0136 * Seattle 1, Washington Issued Semi-Monthly (excepting July-August, with one edition) Entered as second-class matter- July 7, 1949, at the Post Office at Seattle, Washington, under Act of March 3, 1870 Seattle Chapters of Mizrachi Will Have Donor Luncheon January 25 "Mizraehi Builds" is the theme for the Annum Donor Luncheon of the Seattle Chapters of the Mizraehi Wom- en's Organization of America, to be held at Norway Center on Wednesday, January 25. Mrs. Aaron Katsman, Avivah Mizrachi president, announced that this year's major fund rats- ing event will help complete the building of Beth Zeirot Miz- rachi in Beersheba, which is lo-: cated in the Negev area of Is- rael. Mizrachi Women much-needed social s e r v i c e, child-care and education in this fast growing community and must continue to provide every- day sustenance, boil1 physical and spiritual in all the older es- tablished settlements. Young people must be educated and trained to make them useful citizens of Israel. Varied Program A varied program has been erranged by the.program com- mittee. Dr. Norbert Einstein, guest lecturer of the University of Washington faculty, and a KURT STEINBRECItER TV-radio personality of note, man; Tickets, Mrs. Ben Robins, will discuss Israel and its role in lMrs" Jack Maimon, Mrs. Joseph 1he light of current develop-tRussak; Program, Mrs. Philip m ents in the world. Dr. Einstein lKatsman ' Mrs. Victor Offman, is considered a foremost.author-IMrs. Sholom Rivkin; Decors- ity on foreign affairs. Kurt ttions, Mrs. Mendel Genauer, Steinbrecher, well-known and Mrs. Robert Polsky; Children's much-admired basso, who has Page, Mrs. Philip Katsman; performed with many outstand- Publicity, Mrs. Meyer Twersky. ing vocal and musical groups, Working with Mrs. Jassen from Bach to Grand Opera, will be featured in a program of are chapter presidents: Mrs. and her luncheon committee Katsman (Avivah), Mrs. A. L. Merport (Senior Ladies), Mrs. Isaac Genauer (Bessie dots- feld), and Mrs. Isaac darnel (Deborah). The minimum admission charge to the Donor Luncheon is $10.00. Reservations may be classic songs and familiar melo- dies of the Jewish people. Mrs. Victor Offlnan will accompany Mr. Steinbrecher. Committee Chairmen Mrs. Charles Jassen, coordi- nating chairman, heads a com- mittee made up of the follow- ing chairmen: Patrons, Mrs. Ben made by calling Mrs. Ben Rob- Genauer and Mrs. Nathan Sul- ins at PA. 5-1046. I I B nas B rlth Womens Annual DonorIZ.B.T, Mothers Plan Luncheon to Take Place February 2/Yalenfine's Lunel00e0n ' ;:::,:::z :: :!i::i:zii::,:::i: [ Zeta Beta Tau Mothers' Club !iii!ii*z!ii*i:i!iiiiiiii;iiiii!:iiiiiiii:i I wli meet at the Chapter House ii[i!iiii[::i! /Tuesday morning, January 24,   !:,i::i::i::!i::iiiiI!ii:i:::!ii at 9:30 a.m. Final arrangements  iiiii!:ii! will be made for the Z.B.T !!ii:i Mothers' Club Annual Valen- iii! tine luncheon and game party ::ili i/:: to be held on February 16. Mrs.  ::[i! [i Harold I. Poll, chairman of the   iiil event will be assisted by Mrs. J!I ii! i::ii Harold Miller and Mrs Louis ! ![i Lawson, assistant co-chairmen. I [ill : i:i!i ' Invitations will soon be in the  iii[i i mail to all life members who [i]; ii:[ i iwill be honored at this affair. i !!! i:ii Ally friends wishing to attend Ji [!!:!iiii'i!::::i::::i:iii::!![iiiiiii[i}iiil}iiiii tile Valentine luncheon may j$7 [ii::![iiii[:}iii}!:i!i[!iii!! make reservations with Mrs. ' ::; :: ::! i .:: !::::: iz  ii p Ili iiiiiiiii!i!i!!!i!!:i::iiiiii! o11, AD. 2-5292, MIS. Miller, :!I l:::::ii:::::::,::iii:.iiiii!i:,!! AD 2-0904, or Mrs Lawson, !i:::iii!ii :. i i iii:: i!  EA 2-5711 t::i:;:.::::i::ii:,i; Following the regular busl- MRS. SAMUEL L. LEVINSON MRS. IRVING L. WIEDER ness meeting on Tuesday, Jan- Woman o the Year To Present Charter, uary 24, members will adjourn to the Interfraternity Council Greater Seattle Council, B'nai B'rith Women's Donor Luncheon will be held February 2 in the Olympic Bowl of the Olympic Hotel. The donation will be $13.50, including lunch, which will be served at 12:30 p.m. A punch bowl reception at 11:30 wilt pre- cede lunch. An outstanding event of the luncheon will be the presenta- tion of the Woman of the Year Award to this year's recipient, Mrs. Samuel L. Levinson. This award is presented annually to an outstanding civic and com- munity leader. Mrs. Levinson, whose family was one of the pioneers of Cali- fornia, now makes her home in Seattle and was instrumental in founding the S e a t t 1 e Zionist Council and the Seattle Chap- ter for .Brandies University. She is now serving on the National Brandies Committttee She is a member of Temple De Hirsch and its Sisterhood, Temple Beth Israel of Tacoma, where she was married, Wash- ington Athletic Club, American Association for the United Na- tions, Seattle Federated Jewish Fund, American Jewish Com- mittee, Hillel Building Fund, ORT, World Affairs Council of Seattle, and the Seattle Art Museum.. Worked For UGN Mrs. Levinson will be remem- bered for her work as a general for the United Good Neighbor Drive, as Washington's First Vice-President for UNICEF fron/ 1953 to 1957, arid as an officer of the Washington Ath- letic Club Toastmistresses. She is a past president of the Na- tional Council of Jewish Wom- ell, Hadassah, an'd the All City Symphony League. Mrs. Levinson has been most interested in the Dolls for De- mocracy program sponsored by ADL and has presented many dolls o be used in this work. She is currently serving on the Pacific Northwest R e g i o n a 1 Hadassah Pledge Donor Luncheon To Take. Place Thursday, March 23 Hadassah's Pledge Donor Luncheon will be held March 23 at the Olympic Hotel. Proceeds from this major fund - raising even will benefk.Hadassah Medical Organization. Hadassah's healing, teaching and research institutions will (Revane) Minkove, Sam Hoff- now be consolidated in the man, Louis Finkelstein, Sam Board of the Anti-Defamation $25,000,000 Hadassah- Hebrew Singer, Leonard Aronson, B. R. League, Western Region of the University Medical Center, Pass, Julius Feinberg, Matt Jewish Welfare Board, Jewish which has been completed at Weissman and Eva Brown. Community Center Board and Kiryat H a d a s s a h (Hadassah The Business and Professional as senior chairman of the 9th Town) on rite Western outskirts Donor-Pledge Dinner will be circuit Women's A u xi liar y of Jerusalem. This new Medical held Thursday evening at 6:30, NACCA .... Center is another major step at the Benjamin Franklin Hotel. The six past Women of the taken by Hadassah to help Mrs. Adolph Strauss, chairman, Year will a 1 s o be honored meet the healtl needs of new announces that all B. and F. guests. The presentation will be comers to Israel, ho must be members pledging $50.00 orIiollowed' with an original ,,skit- absorbed into the productive more will participate in the door entitled, "Remember Wlmn, m iabric of the Jewish State. prize of a trip to Las Vegas. Iwhich all pt'esent may partici- Seattle Chapter, as all others i More detailed information on l pate" throughout the United States, lthe program, in addition to the Council To Get Charter is participating in a nation-widei Famed Israeli Fashion Show, t Another hi g h 1 i g h t of the luncheon will be the presenta- effortlars towardt raisethefiVefinalmilliOnstagesdOl-ofllwilldate, be announced at a later lion of their charter to Council completion and equipment ofl -- by Mrs. Irving L. Wieder, B'nai this long-awaited hospitll t,c 1 -i , rl B'rith District No. 4 President. .... Mrs. Wieder was born in Toron- Mrs. Julian Arnstein is the [Alll:lC IJlVlb IO to, Canada, and later moved coordinator of the Pledge Donor "f,,,] -,-,ct, ..... (-1,,] ncheon and w htt _UetLtlll x_,*, L Lu Mrs. Harry Lip- . with her family 1o Detroit sett is over-all chairman. Both The engagement of Jonis Hal- where she received her educa- Mrs. Arnstein and Mrs. Lipsett pert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tion. She attended Wayne Uni- urge all Hadassah members to Murry H. Halpert of Providence, versity as a journalism major. make their reservations early. Rhode Island, to Lt. j.g. Charles Mrs. Wieder joined Detroit's Your pledge of $50.00 or more Davis, son 'of Mr. and Mrs. Nor- Pisgah B'nai B'rith Chapter 19 will make you eligible for a trip man Davis, was announced re- years ago. Since then she has to Las Vegas for two. Donor cently, moved to California and is now contributions are $15.00. Patron Miss Halpert, an alumna of contribution is $25.00. Pembroke College is attending Working on the Pledge Donor graduate school at the Univer- Luncheon committee are Mes- sity of Wisconsin. Lt. Davis is a dames Lawrence Oseran, Leo graduate of the Engineering Kremen, William Ross. Ulrich School of the University of Furst, Max Steiner, Isaac Ep- Washington. stein, Jack Benaroya, Robert A spring wedding is planned Freidman, Irving Jaffe, Sam !by the couple. SEPHARDIC BIKUR HOLIM LADLES AUXILIARY Presents Its First RENO ROUNDUP Saturday Night-February 4-From 7:30 to ? Serbian Hall, 4352 15th Avenue South GAMES OF CHANCE DOOR PRIZE--19" Portable TV REFRESHMENTS--Liquld and Solid DONATION-S1.00 Per Person EVERYONE WELCOME District 4 BBW president. President Wieder has a well nown record of top leadership and achievement in BB's many- faceted program. She is a past president of Leimert Park BBW and of the Southern Conference, BBW. Currently, as a resident of Sherman Oaks, Calif. Mrs. Wieder is an active member of Toluca Lake BBW. Council, formed with the idea of bettering inter-chapter rela- tionships, is 'composed of six representatives from each of the four BBW's groups in greater Seattle. For the past several years, Council has held their Donor luncheon as a fund-raising proj- ect for the BBW's groups so they could raise the necessary revenue for their various phi- lanthropies. The donors must be earned, and the members do this by buying donor cards, sav- ing mah jong and card win- nings and selling ads for their ad books. Mrs. Victor Hasson, Overlake Chapter BBW, is donor chair- man. Other cllairmen are the Mines. Albert De Jaen and Abe Meyerson, pub'licity; Jack Eis- enberg, program; Irving Taback, decorations; Harry Salzberg, in- vitations; Hyman Wykoff, pro- gram book and door prizes. Chapter presidents are'the Mmes. Henry Paloy, Rainier BBW; Sam Kremen, Seattle BBW; Bernard Burns, Cascade BBW; Leon Kaplan, Overlake BBW. Girl to the Easterns Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Eastern (Merielle Levey) announce the recent birth of their daughter, Patricia Gall, who will be named at the Ezra Bessaroth Syna- gogue on February 18. Patricia Gaff joins a brother, Murray Lee. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Eastern of Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Levey of Trail, B.C. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. M. Goldstein of Vancouver, B.C., and Mr. and Mrs. I. Levey of Los Angeles, California. i --- - . ..... . WATER LEVEL RESTAURANT Nestled in t h e P aci ] i c Coast's most outstanding 7acht mari,a. 1500 WESTLAKE NORTH ATwater 2-0501 ............................ J (Large Discounts) Temple Beth Am To Sponsor Showboat Play on February 7 Temple Beth Am is sponsor- ing a benefit at the University's Showboat T h e a t r e, Tuesday, February 7. Production for the evening is George Bernard Shaw's "Candida." Tickets are available by phon- ing Mrs. Lawrence Wilets, LA. 5-8879, who is co-chairman with Mrs. Robert Well. Several potluck suppers have been scheduled preceding the play. Those interested in par- ticipating should contact Mrs. Verle Hawkins, PR. 6-4603. Engagement Told luncheon to be held in the Stu- dent Union Building at 11:45 a.m. that morning. Reservations for this luncheon should be made with Mrs. Fred Rubey, AD. 2-8470, Z.B.T.'s Interfra- ternity Council representative. Sephardic Bikur Holim Ladies to Have "Reno Roundup" February 4 The Ladies Auxiliary of Sep- hardic Bikur Holim will pre- sent a "Reno Roundup" on Feb- ruary 4, at the Serbian Hall, 4352 15th Avenue South, be- ginning at 7:30 p.m. Admission is $1 per person and proceeds will be used for the improve- ment and building fund. There wll be games of chance, refreshments in true "Reno" style will be available, and a 19-inch portable TV door prize SHARON RUBIN Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rubin of Tacoma announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Sharon Rae to Bernard Rubin, son of Mrs. Minnie Rubin of Portland, formerly of Seattle, and the late Dan Rubin. Mr. Rubin is sta- tioned at Fort Lewis. A Septem- will be given away. Tickets in advance may be had by calling,co-chairman Mrs, Tells Engagement Herzl Sisterhood. to  Present Inter-Fa,th J  Tea on February 7 JJJ JI ]?he Sisterhood of the Herzl I J Conservative Congregation will I 4 present an Inter-Faith Tea at I ' 12:30 on February 7 in the Herzl I Vestry. The theme for the meet- ing will be Judaism in the  Iome" and the program will be [iil a musical one presented by Cantor Norman Migda] Mrs A1 Fast and Mrs. Herbert Ham- let ! ..... i:!ia:::!!!!!! .... le ' " J Tab s depmtmg Shabbat and  the various Jewish Holidays I  I will carry out the theme, "Juda- I  ism In tile Home" Mrs Norman --Wallace Ackerman Photo !Migdal is in charge of the table CAROL ANN ROSEN [settings which will be created Mr. and Mrs. William Rosenlby t h e following Sisterhood announced the engagement of[members: Mrs. Jerry Becker for their daughter, Carol Ann, to[Passover; Mrs. Sam Wener and Paul Neiman at a reception Jan-[Mrs. David Coe for Hanukkah; uary 8 at the Glendale Golf and lMrs. Irving Jaffe for Yore Kip- Country Club. Mr. Neiman is put'; Mrs. David Apple for --Walters Studio the son of Dr. and Mrs. Irwin S. Purim; Mrs. A1 Fast and Mrs. ROLAINE VINES Neiman. Fritz Katz for Succot; Mrs. MI an" ...... Miss Rosen attended the Uni- Sheldon Miller for Shabbat, and .... "" _.a vs. Alex vines o . 1 . ...... I VillWaUKle, uregon, announce versity of Wasnmgton, majoring Mrs Lewis mes anct lvn's lViel-  ....... ' . ...... t tne engagement oi mmr augn- in speech therapy. Mr Neiman vin Rosner or tosn t=tasnonan ......... " ] , tel', l%olalne llllaI'y, lO Lee tor- attends the University of Wash-land Shavuot. do ...... ...... . I  , -- , [ n Gopelana, soil OI Ivlr ana region bcnool of Medmine ana I various cnurcn groups nave ........ r vn's blaney t4opelana is a membe of Sigma Alpha Mu:been invited and members are " Fraternity and Big W Club. asked to bring friends. Mrs. Miss Vines is a graduate of A June wedding is planned. Famous Musicians To Perform at Orpheum For the first time, American audiences will be treated to a musical phenomena that has entertained international audi- dences with great success since 1947--a symphony of accordi ons. Tile Holmer Symphony will be at the Orpheum Thursday eve- ning, February 9, with its celebrated conductor, R u d o 1 f Wurthner. Erroll Garner, noted pianist- composer, and the first jazz art- ist to be presented to .America under the Hurok aegis, ill Jack Muscatel, EA. 2-2439 and appear at the Orpheum Friday Mrs. Gaby Amirs, PA. 5-1881;levening , February 17. Mrs. Lazar Scharhon, EA. 2-0812,] Completely self-taught, Gar- ticket, chairman; or Mrs. Vic ner has won many coveted Calderon, AD. 2-2429, or Mrs. [awards, botil for his plavi,g and Jack Calderon, SH. 6-4594. I compositions. Newsweek calls This affair is open to the com- Garner, simply, "the man for munity and admission tickets whom the piano was inented." will be available all evening. Tickets for both shows arc now on sale at Sherman, Clay. AZAs and BBG$ To Unite in "Royal Affair" February 4 A.Z.A.'s annual "Sweetheart Ball" and B.B.G.'s annual "King For A Night" will this year be held as a joint dance and will be called, "The Royal Affair." The event will take place Feb- ruary 4 from 9 p.m. to 12 p.m. at the Chamber of Commerce Hall. Admission is $3 a couple and the attire is semi:formal. A highlight of the evening will be tile selection of tim A.Z.A. Sweetheart and the B.B.G. Beau. Sweetheart caridi- ber 3 wedding is planned to take dates are Wendy Rockov, Lynn flace in Tacoma. Slade, Annice Burns, Carol Ca- , peloto and Sylvia Angel. Beau Iverlake Chapter, BsB, candidates, are Dick Siegel, Steve ...... """ 2" Jaffe, Victor DeLeon and AI women to Meet dan. D]Eskenazi, Overlake Chapter No. 917] B'nai B'rith Women will hold .... ,_ o, . . their regular monthly meeting]NaTIonal ,r.eslaentolr on Thursday, January26, at the JWV Auxlhar Here home of Mrs. Charles Brenner, Y 12806 NE. 2nd in Bellevue. This]Wednesday, Feb. 8 will be a luncheon meeting -- .. .......... 30 am I The Ladies Auxiliary of tim WilleD- Will star a ll: .... ........ I oewlsh War Veterans Seattle mormauon regaralng tne ............. ' - " " ho ... lYOSl; O 0SO Will oe nonorect group s newest project, splal I. ." ........ " . . . . Dy a VISIt Irom their 13atlonai volun}eer service, will b:f pe_-Ipresident ' Mrs Bertha W. semeu oy a memuer u ne .- .... " .  . n-erlake Memorial Hos-ital lrause, on weflnesaay, eoru- zv" ...... on te "Jury 8 On that day a luncheon Fouowing 1.1re luncne re .,, ; ........ ......... f t. l Wlll De nelcl el; 2reclerlcK wm e an orlgmm nay asmon .... -ow rood 1- - fficers and lelsns at 11:30 a.m., ana an sn rd mebeear y o ]open dinner meeting will take Dca _ -.S. ]place at the Norselander at 7 p.m. 1], ]/'g .... -,,,, Members and prospective ][]ill 11117.il11i ]members are urged to attend. Reservations are to be made by calling Mrs. Abe Bridge, EA. 2-2776 or Mrs. Kathryn Lesser, WE. 7-8771. --Frederick & NeLson Photo ALLEN KLEIN Allen Fred Klein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Klein, will cel- ebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Sat- urday, February 4, at 10:45 a.m. at Temple De Hirsch. A Kiddush reception in Al- len's honor will be held in tile Vestry hmnediately following the services. Friendsand rela- tives are cordially invited. Bequest for Non-Jews For Study of Judaism JOHANNESBURG (JTA). -- The major part of a $230,000 es- tate of an 80-year-old bachelor, Dr. Solomon E. Speelman, has been bequeathed for a fund to assist non.Jewish students, par- ticuiar]y Japanese students, at the Hebrew University. The fund is for such students who .wish to study Jtdaism in Israel for purposes of spreading it in Africa and Asia, "more par- ticul!'y in Japan." Dr. Speel- man. died here recently. Harry Schneiderman is in the University of Washington, charge of the tea. having majored in Sociology, She served two terms as presi- dent of Alpha Epsilon Phi so- Fraternal Order Sons of rority. Mr. Copeland, a graduate of Israel installs Officers the University of Washington A joint installation of officers College of Architecture, is pres- of the Fraternal Order. Sons of ently a Second Lieutenant in the Israel, and the Ladies Auxiliary Infantry, stationed at Ft. Lewis. was held January 1, with Past While at the University he President Sam Miller as instal- served as president of the Zeta ling officer. Beta'Tau Fraternity and was a Those installed were A Or- member of Tau Sigma Delta, loft, president; S. Arshon, vice architectural honorary. president: B. Rashbam, treas- urer; I. J. Levey, secretary; H. The wedding will take place Hollischer, eqnductor; J. Cashar, on August 19, at. Temple Beth chaplain; Hnry Sidel], inner Israel, in Portland, Oregon. guard; George Goldfield. trus- tee 3-year term, and Dr. S. ORT Theatre Party Rubin, physmian. Mrs. Ida Ginsberg vas in-t Cirque Feb. stalled as president of the La- Women's American ORT will dies Auxiliary; Mrs. J. Blatt, sponsor a theatre party a the vice president; Mrs. M. Glazer, Cirque Theatr e on Sunday, treasurer: Mrs. A Levey, finan-February 5. The play, "Mar- cial secretary; Mrs. E..Fisher, riage Go-Round" starring Maro recording secretary, and Mrs. sha Hunt will begin at 8 p.m. A. Sanft and Mrs. S. Goldberg, and will be followed by a col, trustees, fee hour. Admission is $2.50 and all proceeds will be used for Senior Mizrachi to ORT's special MOT project. Meet January 30 For reservations calls Mrs, Fred Kirsky, VA. 2-7700. The next regular meeting of the Senior Ladies Mizrachi will " be held on Monday, January 30, C L A S S I F | E D at the home of Mrs. Frank Siegel. A noon time snack luncheon will be served at a nominal price before the meetfng proper. President Mrs. A1 Merport asks the members to please note that this month's meeting date, and this one only, has been changed from the fourth Monday to the fifth. SLEEPING ROOM for WOMEN ONLY CAPITOL HiLL AREA EA, 5-0565 Evenings ar Week-Ends WANTED MICHAEL KOLPACK Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kolpack announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, MichaeI Arnold, at 9 a.m., Saturday, February 4, a the Herzl ConservatiVe Congre- gation. A Kiddush reception will be held in the Vestry following the services to which a11 friends are cordia11 invited, SPECIAL ACTIVITIES AT HERZL SCHOOL The Herzl Conservative Coil- g.regation has extended its ses- slons on Sunday morning and has introduced special activi- ties for its students. School ses- sions now begin at 9:45 a.m. on Sundays and close at 12:15 p.m. In addition to weekly assem- blies, there will be a children's choir, dance group, Challil study group and a dramatics group. Cantor Joseph Frankel is principal of the Religiods School and Rabbi Abba Abrams is the spiritual leader of the congre- gation. Lawrence Nieders Plan Extensive Trip Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Nie- der will leave or New York the lstof February for a two-month vacation tripto Portugall Spain, The Riviera, Italy, and Israel. After celebrating the Purim holidays in Isi:ael, they will re- turn to Central Europe with visits to Istanbul, Turkey and Athens. Culminating stays in Vienna, Geneva and Paris, with the Tulip Festival in Amster- dam, Holland, they will return home fron London via the Polar Route, in early April. Union Federal Pays Large '60 Dividend The 82nd dividend of Union Federal Savings and Loan Asso- ciation was paid to 11,500 sav- ers for the year ending Decem- ber 30, 1960, according to E. R. Hoffman, president. Hoffman' said that dividends paidduring 1960 totaled more than $1,] 5O,OOO. The annual meeting of Union Federal members will be held at 4:00 p.m., in Room 307, 1411 4th Avenue Building, on Wed- nesday, January 25, 1961. Seattle Hebrew School Premiere Of Exodus to Be Saturday, March 4 .... !:! ),!.,'.....:,:..:;;;.. iiiii::ii!2::iiii} ..... ii;::ii::iiiiiiii::i:iii::i:: !i[i[!?i:*:ii`:i::i!ii:ii[i!,1i!i;!::ii:;?i:!;i!ii;!::i ) Sack Greenberg, Mrs. Zeb Jerusalmi and Mrs. Charle Sassen completing plans for the Saturday night, March 4, premier showing of ,'Exodus" sponsored by the Seattle Hebrew School. The Seattle Hebrew School will sponsor the Saturday night premiere showing of "Exo'dus" on March 4, at 8 p.m., in 'e Blue Mouse Theatre. Produced in Israel and Cypress by Otto Preminger, the movie, based on tt/e best-selling historical novel by Leon Uris, has an all-star cast which includes Paul New- man, Eva Marie Saint, Peter Lawford, Sal Mineo, Ralph .Richardson, Lee J. Cobb, John Derek, Gregory Ratoff, David Opatoshu, Hugh Griffith, Phyl- lis Aylmer and Jill Haworth. The film, hailed by Time magazine as "...an amazing achievement .... " is done in Technicolor with wide screen Todd A-O Panavision, and will have stereo sound emanating from six speakers. Mrs. Zeb Jerusahni, ticket chairman, and Mrs. Charles Jas- sen. coordinator of ticket dis- bursement, state that a few ex- cellent seats are still available but that they are going fast. Tickets may be purchased at the Hebrew School office, from Mrs. Jassen, 5531 Seward Park Avenue, or through the mail by using the order blank below. Jack Greenberg is over-all chairman for the Saturday night premiere. iSRAELI REAL ESTATE Payment in Dollars in USA Submit Particulars to: SIDNEY SALANT 230 Park Ave., N.Y. 17, N.Y. MU. 9-7388 FOR RENT: Downtown Hall, suitable for dances, receptions, parties, business conferences. Good parking. Moderate price. MA. 3-5967 PATRONIZE THE TRANSCRIPT ADVERTISERS JAKE ROCKOV HEATING OIL CO. Cleanest Heating Oils Auotomatlc Service and Complete Furnace Repair 24 Hours a day--ME, 3-3410 Wieners Barbecued Beef IT'S THE Salami Kosher Chili Corned Beef Knockwurst FINEST Pastrami Ring Bologna IF IT HAS THIS Liver Sausage Beef Stix SEAL Sliced Bologna Breakfast Link Beefnette Sausage Beef Tongue Cocktail Weiners AT YUUR SUPERMARKET N0 DEI.iUMSSF" STUR  "HERB' MANNHALT, Distributor 622 34th Ave., Seattle 22, Wash. Telephones: Res.--EAst 5-6476 BuL--EAst 5-4575 EXODUS SATURDAY NIGHT PREMIERE!I MARCH 4--8:00 P.M.--BLUE MOUSE THEATER UNDER SPONSORSHIP OF SEATTLE HEBREW SCHOOL Loge--$10.00 BaJcony--$5.00 and $4.00 Orchestra-S4.00 and $3.00 Yesl I want ................................ tickets for the Exodus show. Attached is my check for $ .................................................. I want seats in the Loge, Balcony, Orchestra (circle one). TO: MRS. CHARLES JASSEN Name ........................................................... 5531 Seward Park Ave. Address ........................................................ Seattle, Wash. .....................................................................