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2 ii SYLVIA CALER, Editor Management Committee Archie S. Katz. Chairman; Samuel G. Holeenberg. Sam Prottas Roy G. Rose0thal, 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 1 p.m. (except on press day) Room 201, 1017 Fourth Phone MAin 4-0136 Seattle 4, Wash. Issued Semi-Monthly (except July-August, with one editiml) Entered as second-class matter July 7, 1949, at the Post Office at Seattle, Washington, under Act of March 3, 1870. 2 UNIVERSITY PRINTING CO. THE TRANSCRIPT Mvnday, March , 1963, ArleneStept, Stantey SMzman Wed Council's "Garment "- On Hanger" Lunch Seattle Auxiliary Hadassah Donor Of Medical Center Lunch March 28 Will Mark Purim (Continued from Page 1) The Seattle Ladies' Auxiliary to offer .refresher courses to all of the American Medical Con- Israel's practitioners and ter at Denver will have "their ,ecialists utilizing the teach- Annual Pm'im luncheon and iil facilities and faculty of card party on We d n e s d a y, Hadassah - Hebrew University March 13, at noon at the East- Medical Center. side "Y." Hadassalfs diagnostic and There will be no business clinical facilities, as well as conducted that day and the af- n u r s i n g education facilities, ternoon will be devoted to are now consolidated in the games of all sorts, with prizes new Hadassah- Hebrew Uni- as awards, versity Medical Center on the A full course hot plate lunch western outskirts of Jerusalem. will be served. Price of ad- The Medical Center is not yet mission for the afternoon is complete. However, a I r e a d y $1.25 per person, functioning are a 500- bed Mrs. Nathan Becker, presi-teaching hospital with service dent, extends a cordial invita- laboratories; an outpatient de- Lion to all worn en who are partment, capable of handling .interested. more than 200,000 patient vis- Committees have b e e n set its annually; and the Henrietta up and are functioning for the Szold- Hadassah S ch o o 1 of two local chapters' Annual Do- Nursing and Residence. Just nors lunch, to be held in May. More details about this gala completed and bei0g dedicated y e a r 1 y event in subsequent I this month is the Mother-and- Child Pavilion for maternity issues. i and infant care. Seattle Chapter president, Mrs. Julian Arnstein, and the New Yorkers Plan Donor Luncheon chairmen, Lunch Group Here Mrs. Harry Lipsett/and Mrs. A new luncheon g r o u p is Sheldon Steinberg, remind "us b e i n g formed in the Seattle that the Mother-and-Child Pa- area of all alumni of De Witt vilion is one of Israel's "happi- Clint on High School, New est" frontiers. In this festive spirit, the program for the York City. afternoon will feature a mu- Clinton is the 1 arge st all- sicai skit, "Hadassah Land." male high school in the world The musical director is Mrs. and its graduates have scat Helen Ansclleli; pianist, Mrs. tered to the four corners of the Herbert Steuer; choreographer. world and many have become Max Stalin; drummerl national and international per- Wener; and narrator sonalities in all walk of life. Rose Elkan. In charge el All interested alumni are in- tecorations is Mrs. David Ab- cited to call Walter Hoffman, rams, assisted by Mrs. Harry GL 4-8564, for further details. Cllernick and Mrs. Phillip --Wallace Ackerman Photo Mrs. Stanley Salzman Arlene Rae SLept and Stan- i Mrs. Robert Rosenfeld was ley Arnold Salzman exchanged'matron of honor and Arlene marriage vows at Temple De Sfdell was maid of honor. Hirsch March 3, w!th. Rabbi Bridesmaids were Mrs. Girard Raphael Levme ofhc,atmg A " I nschell and Janice Stratiner. She is the daughter of Mr. Laurie Asher was junior and Mrs. Irving Stept and he bridesmaid and flower girls is the sor of Mrs. Sam Salzman were Robin Asher and Cheryl and the, late Sam Salzman. Harvitz. The bride chose a floor Phillip Stratiner was best length gown of mira mist taf- f .......... man and ushers were Cecil eta. wlae oanas ol lmportect  f^l. - ,^.  ..  .. Hasllal,, qTgtl:llLt lkg:./lclll, It.UL/" Gulpure I a c e oul;nnea me ...... -  . - ....... _ . . ert uonn ana herman TrotsKy. rounaea neCKline me oracele  .. .. ....  .,_  ,, ilJrlan llarvllz was ring nearer.' mngm smeves, ana me ran, Following a 3 week honey overskirt of the slender sheath.] " - " Her full bouffant illusion veil moon trip to California and w/s held by a high crown! Nevada , the couple will make made of Guipure lace and mira itheir home in Seattle. mist taffeta. She carried a I The bride attended the Uni- white Bible with baby white versity of Washington where )rchids and stephanotis. !she majored in interior design. I . . 4 Mizrachi Purim Ilsa Seligman and Party March F. Tessmer Wed Bessie Gotsfeld Chapter of Ilsa Seligman and Forrest S. Mizrachi Women will hold a Tessmer were married in a Purim party on Saturday, double-ring ceremony on Feb- CLASSIFIED FOR RENT: Downtown Hall, suitable for dances, receptions, parties, business con. ferences. Good parking. Moderate price. MA. 3-5967 St. Vincent de Paul Help the Handicapped 1001 Fairview E. MA. 3-1492 Seattle ACCURATE DRY CLEANERS WE CLEAN WITH PERCHLORETHYLENE OR SOLVENT YOUR CHOICE OR LEAVE IT TO US Finest Cleaning in the Northwest 2510 E. Cherry EA 3-8844 Cole. Admission to the luncheon is a $15 minimum donation. The price of the luncheon is $3.00. For reservations call Mrs. Sheldon Steinberg, GL. 4-1083. he Business and Profes- sional Group of Hadassah will hold their annual Donors Din- ner at 6:30 p.m. on March 28 at the Benjamin FranMin Ho tel. The program will be the same as at the afternoon luncheon. Price of the dinner is $4.25. For reservations call Alex Schwartz, EA. 1-2433. Party for Ketzlachs Before Israel Trip The Jewish National F u n d Council of Seattle will host a farewell party on March 16 at 8 p.m., for Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Ketzlach, who will leave for Israel on March 24. Friends of the Ketzlaehs are invited to attend the affair which will be. held at the Jewish Community Center. The evening will in- elude entertainment a n d re- freshments. There is no charge for admission and there will be no solicitations. ANTI- FLUORIDATIONISTS ! YOUR HELP IS NEEDED NOW Funds Are Required to Meet (;osts of the Campaign to Protect Your Freedom of Choice and the Purity of Seattle's Water Supply at the Election on March 12 Send Your Contribution to SEATTLE PURE WATER ASSOCIATION (OPPOSING COMPULSORY FLUORIDATION) 1006 Dexter Horton Bldg. Seattle 4 Dry clothes easier, better, faster, fluffier... ELECTRICALLY. Dream of soft, fluffy, dry clothes on the grayest and dampest of Seattle days? All you need to do is flip the switch on an electric clothes dryer. Sound luxurious?It is, but it's also economical ...less than 3c a load with City Light's record low all-electric rate. See your electric appliance dealer, choose a modern dryer, and live better, for less, electrically. ,.00e00,00-SEATTLE C ITY LIGHT March 23, at 8:30 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Frand, 1504 37th Avenue. Be- cause of limited accommoda- tions, early reservations are s u gge st e d. Reservations at $3.00 a couple can be made by calling Paula Rosenfeld at LA. 4-5442. Members are asked to bring gift wrapped packages for an auction sale, which will be followed by:dancing ......... The Chapter's regular monthly meeting will be held Tuesday, March 5, at.8:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Minnie Shapiro, 2203 East Union, Apt. A. Phi Sigma Sigma Tea Will Honor Three on March 6 Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority is having a tea Wednesday, March 6, from 3 until 5 o'clock at their chapter house at the University of Washington. The tea is being held io honor Mrs. Paul Kap]an, na- tional third vice president of Phi Sigma Sigma; Mrs. M. Sav- age Walker, new housemother for the chapter; and Mrs. Rob- ert Silver, Division VI presi- dent of the sorority. Mrs. Sil- ver, from Piedmont, Calif., is visiting in Seattle for several days. While here she will spend some time visiting with both tim active and alumnae members of the sorority. Pouring at the tea will be the Mesdames Loren Strawn, L e s 1 i e Collins, Charles Ode- gaard, Irving An c h e s, Ben Woron, Stanley Fr i e d m a n, Leon Schlossberg, Joe Brenner, and Jack Meyers. Assisting Mrs. Maurice Ep- stein, chairman, are the Misses Karen Linn, Joan Haas, Carol Farber and the Mesdames Sam Dubson, Jack Meyers, Jerome Posner and Sam Zarkin. Miss Jackie Wets is president of the collegiate chapmr. Hadassah Group To Meet March 18 The North Broadway-Capitol Hi!l Group of Hadassah will meet for a post-Purim lunch- eon at 12 noon, March 18, at the home of Mrs. H. Asia, 944 21st Avenue East. Mrs. Norbert Gruenfeld, ac- companied by Mrs. David Krom, will present a program of songs. Mrs. Leo Meltzer will give a Yiddish monologue, and Mrs. Simon Hurwitz will re- port on Israeli and American current events. There will be a door prize. Sons of Israel Plan Card Party Mar. 10 The Fraternal Order Son of Israel's annual Moas Chitim card party will be held Sun- day, March 10, at 8 p.m. at the Seattle Hebrew School. Dona- tion is $1.00. Sam Miller, president, in- vites ali those interested in the work of the group. All pro- ceeds will be sent to Israel for Passover use, ruary 11 at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Eric Se- ligman. Only the immediate family attended. Ilsa is a registered nurse and is a graduate of the University, of Washington. Following a honeymoon in Hawaii, the couple will make their home at 716 N.E. 47th in Seattle. Tell Engagement Mr. and Mrs. David J. Nash of Mercer Island recently an- nounced the engagement of their daughter, Sandra Mar- lone, to Richard Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Nagel. Both attend the University of Washington, where Mr: Nagel is affiliated with Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity. A July 27 wedding date has been set. Sephardic Bikur Will Be March 11 Council members and their guests will soon be headed for the Olympic Hotel with a "Garment on a Hanger." The occasion is the Council of Jewish Women's annual "Gar- ment on a Hanger" luncheon which will be held Monday, March 11, in the Georgian Room of the Olympic Hotel at 11:30 a.m. Reservations are now being taken for this affair which will feature a spring and sum- mer Fashion Show by Littler's Avenue. Mort Simon will the musical back- Tickets for $2.75 with a garment or .$3.75 without a garment will include a chance to win the door prize, a gift certificate from Littler's. Reservation checks may be sent to any one of the follow- ing ladies: Mrs. Louis Rubin, 3220 Sierra Drive South, Seat- tle; Mrs. Donald Cohan, 925 87th N.E., Bellevue; Mrs. Bert Arensberg, 7018 50th N.E., Se- attle, or Mrs. William Warshal, 9675 Lake Washington Blvd. N.E., Bellevue. Mrs. Paul Jassny and Mrs. Stanley Golub are co-chairmen of the luncheon and Mrs. Law- rence Nieder is the vice-presi- dent in charge. Mrs. Kenneth Kahn is chairman of the deco- rations committee and work- ing with her are the Mesdames Victor Menashe, Norman Sar- chin, Ernest Sherman and Henry Schwartz Working with Mrs. Gilbert Rosenwald, Jr., chairman of the Garment com- mittee, are Mesdames Marvin Tipp, Ben Masin, Irwin Cap- lan, Robert Friedman and Simon Wampold. Mrs. Ralph Schoenfeld, Jr., is hostess chairman. She is being assisted by Mesdames Wallace Rucker, Jr., Phyllis Mesher and David Stern. AII garments brought to the luncheon will be credited to the Angel Ball. The committee asks that the garments brought meither men's or women's ap- parel-be labeled with the donor's name and address and the size of the garment. An important part of the luncheon will be the presenta- tion of the slate of officers for the coming year and election of the new officers. The slate is headed by Mrs. Julian Cohon for president and Mrs. Stanley Wolfstone as vice president. Trustees to be elected for a two year term are Mesdames Ronald Neu- bauer, Herbert Stusser, Rich- ard Weisfield, Hyman Zim- merman, Irwin Caplan, Alvin Schoenfeld and Robert M. Sil- ver. One year trustees to be elected are Mesdames Louis Friedman and James Morris. Nominations from the floor will be accepted and wel- comed. Holim Auxiliary Plans Purim Lunch A Purim luncheon planned by the Sephardic Bikur Ho]im Ladies' Auxiliary will be held Monday, March 11, at 12:30 p:m. in the synagogue vestry, 20th and East Fir. Friends and members are welcome to attend. Price' of the luncheon is $2, for which res-icome in costume and a special ervations can be made withlprize will be given for the Mrs. Sam Maimon, EA 2-3874lmost original boy's and girl's or Mrs. Jack Adatto at PAIcostumes. 5-5644. A social afternoon of I Mrs. Helaine Wiesner, JCC cards and mah jongg willlprogram aide, is in charge of follow. /,the Purim carnival. Purim Carnival For Children at Center March 10 Although .sponsored by the J e w i s h Community Center's Hobby-Lobby and e x t e n s i o n programs; all children in the community are invited to at- tend the Pur im Carnival on Sunday, March 10, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Each of the nine extension g r o u p s, representing North End, South End, Magnolia and Overlake, constructed and will operate a carnival booth. Games Will be played, a grand i march will be held, and re- freshments are to be served. 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JAPAN AIR LINES 1302 4th Ave., Seattle 1, Wash., MAin 4-8550 J Seattle Chapter of BAR &BAT/00^ITZVAHS Women WIll l/Meet March 19 I[ Seattle Chapter of B'nai --Photo by Waiters Studio BARRY IIIMELHOCtI Mr. and Mrs. William Himel- hoch announce the Bar Mitz- vah of their son, Barry Joe, at temple De Hirsch on satur- day, March 9, at 10:45 a.m. A Kiddush wilt be held follow- ing services. B a r r y' s grandparents are Mrs. Reba. Smith of California, Joe Himelhoch and Mrs. Philip Titus. KATE FLICK The Bas Mitzvah of Kate Deborah, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Edward Flick, will be celebrated Saturday, March 9, at 10.30 a.m. at Temple Beth Am, 6556 35th N.E. Friends are invited to wor- ship with the family and to join in the Kiddush following the service. SeattleChapter, City Of Hope, to Honor Its Past Presidents Seattle Ch'apter City of Hope will dedicate its March 6 meet- ing to the honoring of past 3residents. In 1951 Mrs. Her- 3err Meltzer became its first resident. She has been suc- Ceeded by the Mesdames Harry Druxman, Isadore Stern, Frank Friedman, Jack Richlen and Milton Robinson. The meeting will be at the Jewish Community Center. This spirit of celebration is in keeping with that of the National Medical Center which has entered its Golden Anniversary Year of research and achievement. Fran Lawson, talented solo- ist, will take part in an orig- inal presentation written by Mrs. Richlen. Lunch will be served at 12 noon, meeting and program following. Cascade Chapter, B.B. Women Plan Event for:March 17 Cascade Chapter B'nai B'rith Women will sponsor their 3rd Annual Northwest Mah Jongg Tournamept and their first Du- plicate Bridge Tournament on Sunday, March 17, at the Jew- ish Community Center. The bridge tournament, for men and women, professional- ly conducted by Mrs. George Gruger, will be from 1 to 5 p.m. Mah Jongg sessions, lasting al3out two hours, start at 10 a.m. and every half-hour there- after, with play-offs at 5 p.m. Tournament fees are $2 per player, with many merchan- dise prizes for the runners-up and a $15 grand prize for each tournament. Spectator fee is 50 cents. Reservations and information are available by calling either co-chairmen Mina Becker, LA 4-3479. Marcia Burns, EA 2-8162. or Mrs. Lawrence Pearl at PA 3-5635. Friends of Histadrut To Meet March 5 The next regular meeting of the Seattle Friends of Hista- drut will be held at the Jewish Community Center on March 5 at 8:15 p.m. sharp Arrange- ments are being made for a guest speaker. Members and friends are cordially welcome to attend. A social hour with refreshments will follow the meeting. OMISSION MADE In Robert Feder's Bar Mitz- vah announcement which ap- peared in the February 4 Tran- script, his maternal grand- mother's name, Mrs. "Sarah Zetin of Seattle, was inad- vertently- omitted. ISAAC MORGENSZTERN. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Morgen: sztern announce the Bar Mitz- vah of their son Isaac Samuel, at Congregation Bikur Cholimi 17th and Yesler, on Saturday morning, March 9, at 9 a.m. : Friends are invited to wor 2 ship with the family and to attend a Kiddush in Isaac's honor immediately following the services. --Photo by Hartsook SUSAN FURMAN Susan Lynn Furman, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Furman, will celebrate her Bat Mitzvah on Friday night, March 15, at 8 o'clock at the Herzl Conservative Congrega- tion. Honoring Susan an Oneg Shabbat reception will be held in the Vestry following the services. All friends and rela- tives are cordially invited. S u s a n ' s grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Elias Goodman of Vancouver, B.C., and Mrs. Eugene Furman of Seattle. B'rith Women No. 647 will meet for luncheon at 12 noon, March 19, at the home of Mrs. Sam Grossman, 546 25th Avenue. Mrs. Sam Treiger will re- view the best- selling b o o k, "The Rothschilds," by Freder- i'ck Morton. All members are cordially invited to bring a friend to the meeting. Mem- bers of other chapters are very welcome to attend. S e a t t 1 e Chapter's knitting project has several members working on afghans for a hos- pital. There is still yarn avail- able to be picked up at the meeting. Chapter members saw the 'Dolls for Democracy" at their last meeting. There is great need for volunteers to present this program to classes in the public schools. If anyone would like to be a "Doll Lady," call the Anti-Defamation League chairman, Mrs. Louis Caplan, at EA 2-1238. Pioneer Women to Have Youth Aliyah Lunch March 12 Seattle Chapter Pioneer Women will have their Youth liyah luncheon on Tuesday, arch 12, at 1:30 p.m., at the Eastside "Y," 29th and E. Cher- ry Street. Mrs. S. Brodsky, chairman, and Mrs. S. Cutler, co-chaSr- man, will be assisted by'Mrs. S. Winegrad, Mrs. S. Epstein and Mrs. A. Finkel. Hostesses are Mesdames Solomon Brod- sky, Sam Cutler and Benjamin Jaffe. Following the lunch- con there will be cards and games. Those holding coin books are reminded to bring them to the luncheon. All proceeds will be sent to Israel for Youth Aliyah (Child Rescue). Mrs. Gilbert VenD, c h a p t e r chairman,, extends a cordial invitation to all mem- bers and friends. SINGLETONS OF CENTER HOUSE PARTY MARCH 9 The Center Singletons invite everyone betweefi 30 and 50 to attend a house party at the home of Esther Arshon, 2512 East Miller, on Saturday, March 9, at 9 p.m. A nominal charge will be made to cover expenses. For information and reservations, call EA. 3-7887, LA. 4-3479 or EA. 2-1677. Subscribe to The Transcript. $3 a year. 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