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APRIL 8, 19 PRIL 8, 1938 .,2--- THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT PAGE FIVE L ?eel. ORGe tNIZATIONS __ . - --. EngagementHerzl Junior Guild Interest By George S. Silver Torthwest ombarding lliller "t,ul Muss&lt;)- Mrs. Emanuel Stl l)r. Maxim Von Brevern, of tile ;w gorl City, forIversity of Vashingt()n bureau of {onLana, announeo,rnational Relations, surprised of their d,mghLcr, i" ll)0 paid-up mendmrs of llerzl :me S. Zenmns, s0ior Guihl by stating Sunday night rs. l)avid Zenmns1Ierzl Syl agogue vestry that the ianq. and Chicago. 'er of tile dietators of G(rmany aheim was educate Italy "cannot lqst another two , Portland, (_}regontS." f Montan,:L ')rod Wek stated, "Their end is ineviL'l- , ' iversity in Cleve resent assistant td)r his fine work in bringing the alnunity Service, mtnization such " fine speaker, on of the Washi/tey Nelson was given a rising Social Agencies.  of thanks. Thirty-two new i also chairman of nbers p'fid their dues to gain ad- Women's City Clanee to the first meeting of the D.C. r for members only. The Guihl is, a University of lf lays el'din to the 1-u'gest meml)er- Le (1929), l'Lter st0 of any y p. L. groul) in tile n'sity of Chicago Sd t" %rvice Administrt' cheer went up for the nmmber- etown lhfiversityS0 committee, he'uled by Jack Vashington, l). C. [, linoleuin 1)'u'on, tight referee y tile Bureau of l'ri ex-Guild bead. " of Justice and is cva Farber, new nmmber from Ta- 'ol).ltion. The marfia, "rod very nice, too, will give '.ein early AI)riling next book re, vie.w, Thursday, il 2l, at the home of Rosalie mim's are. widely kff. All guild members and friends Lwest Jewry. Dr. Sl:invited. rm rabbi, oceupiegossIP: Why do all tlm girls ; at Butte, Montant to be on the eonvenLion dating ly moved to New 5nittee? . . . Imu Klatzker bought licke(s for the lecture course. ha Leskin of New clor who the other ticket is for? ring her brother-i we finally found out why Lee :r. and Mrs. Ben Wim, got',,( m ....... S  N IS lllil)[e creaLure II'(Im ed 11t; a party this tland goes to bed so early in the to which twenty g ngT She gets np vry early in avited, morning . . . Thanks to Morrlc ns for fetching Felix Schneider he meeting ahmg with the re- lnlents, First-Run Featur!]Unior Sephardic "DAREDE00 DRIVER$'I Leaque i Bl)iek.verlYPurc&Robe By Victor Scharhon w}rth (Iori' Blond Matzos Mixer, sponsored sole- )Y Junior Sephardic League, will s' On Stage :___ ,, r - el Sunday at 9 p. m. in Iferzl stern Ci cuis IJDEVILLE agoguo vestry. Purpose of this -er is to raise re,racy to provide TILL 5 P.M. ;zos for the needy this Passover. . ,_.. ....... % "" ............ ff)'one is urged to aiAend. " i the last regular meeting an ,Y OUR FOUIS! en Forum" was lmld. New mere- - _ | all  llnnounced are Sarah Behtn , Vie- , C U|IP- t :nezra and Katherine Mizralfi. Famous/or Fine Dang Ster 1 - neff of the A Z. A. at- J 'Red Cand ed the last meetinf u. B ere ' 614 PINE ST n There: Sally Nahmias is ays singing the "Dixie" Doodle. it I)e kuown to all that the "Big ;ordially invited $r',' object to being called "Gossi- The J. S. L. is still waiting THE the trophy as a result of their L TI-ITory over the S. J. A. C. basket- == . .4 _,- squad. URE COMPANY hatter: Esther Calve and Selma ADWAY NORTtt Ueh eo ennyand Olive WtrY other" never see too much of Isaac Israel is anx- Iorthwest's large#ly awai': ............ Vt btllg llle d  la Mixer f fine furniture aln ...... " " " ngly low pricelJ', g ally Nahmias: Stella Romey terested in joining the J S L friendly interlOtshe " " ' .... 1 needs is a little coaxing n service--it; wrpt _ ' .... you nothingl uY Bensussen doesn't like the "repudiate." . . It's lmrd to, but Max Israel lms finally ,ted a car. Tow Idea of Fine IXTH AVE. + ,1 Management XENBERG Bikur Cholum Cleaning Conqreqation t a eeting of Sephardie Bikur ELIot 7113 im " he c'ngregatin Sunday night 'ynagogue, the membersMp DYE _:d unmnimousl.+ flint the ?,:h, gt3. WORK:i+, sponsor a 00'almua +o US SANITONE directiou of Albert Levy. r.SS CLEANING Vote of deep gratitude was gity:n Levy, who has been eondu g . survey courses in Jewish his and culture together with spe- [ARRY'S in Hebrew reading and matma for the past few months. [MIAN r" Levy has given his time and :re without charge. Classes meet 'Y Tuesday night. )llowing ttm business meeting, AF[ 'rt Adatto, member of the his. [+ department of the University [astnngton, spoke on "The Jew- [vyth.,, Refreshments were serv- [ER.STYLEIY Auxiliary members OKING ,TE .-OO.RSE p;amera Bug STYLE DINNER Will bite you if you don't watch outI RG. MKE Camera Specialist Cameras Camera Supplies Fountain Pens Greeting Cards lfl'O61/ 4TH AVE. cross rom 1411 4th A;e. Bldg. Calendar Mrs. Andrew A. Jordan EA. 3342 April 9--Teml)le (le Ilirs('h Mot]lers 'rod D.mghters Luncheon. April l0---A. Z. A. Matzos-Mixer, Talnlud Torah, 9:00 p. m. April 12--Educational Center Board, 10:15 a. m. April 12---Pioneer Workers of Pales- tine, 2 p. m. April 12--Auxiliary to Ladies Free Loan S,)cicty. April 12--Leo Krakovsky Concert. April 13--Workmen Circle Women's Chfl), 8:30 p. In. April 13--Sephardic Sewing Group. April 13--Jewish Welfare Society Board, 10:30 a. m. April 16--Alpha Epsiion Phi Yacht Party. April 18--Cantor Sehlossberg con- eert at Bikur Chohun Synagogue. Iunior Hadassah By Margy Pass Junior lladassah gMs will enter- t.tin their mothers, May 7, at a tea to be hehl at Temple Center. Mary Kosher, chairman, was arranging de- t'dls this week. Error Dept.--In last week's issue, we stated that the donor's money was for the Jewish Nation:d fund. Not no. It's for the Palestinian INto(l, used for the general buihling Ull of our homeland. But we said about you gMs realizing the dire need for the. money, is still trite. Correction No. 2: Orv Fishback was at the Junior ttadassah dance wiLL l),twne Buckner, not Betty Levine. I hope all is forgiven. Emma Lazarus Auxiliary By Mrs. Julius Myers A l)leasant evening was enjoyed 1)y lnendlors of ](AnnnL Laz,lrus iuxi- li,u.y and friends who attended the rummage card p'trty Wednesday night at Temple Center. Chairman was Mrs. Julia Rieldes, assisted by Mrs. Pansy Lamken, and Mrs. Lena Pearl Bridge 'rod inah jong was played, Refreshments were served. Mrs. Nessie Warshal, president, announce(1 committees. Plans were made for the next meeting, April 20. All members are invited to:attend, and reinstate themselves in the or- ganization. For more information as to reinstatement, call Mrs. Sadie ]Ierzman, Prospect 3687. Rabbi Kamenecki Gets Post In Winnipeg News of tile appointment of Rab- bi L. Kameneeki, Lithuanian scho- lar who occupied the pulpit of Rab- bi Solomon P. Wohlgelernter for two months here, as spiritual leader of a number of Orthodox congrega- tions in Winnipeg, which has 45,000 Jews, was received here this week by Rapbi Wohlgelernter. Rabbi Kamenecki takes the post left vacant by the death of Rabl)i J. L. Graubart, recognized by Jew- ish scholars the world over as one of the greatest authorities on Jewish law. Rabbi Kamcneeki is an au- tln)rity or, Maimonides. Fraternal Order Of Ashphard By Sol Altabet When does a quartet become an o(.tet? Iq'a|;ernal Order of Ashphard mem- bers got the .mswcr to that puzzling question at Eductttional Center 1,+st Wednesdtty night, when the newly organized quttrLet, consisting of Jay Miller, Itymie B.+derman, lIarold Greenwahl and Sol Altabet, sang. So successful was the appearance that Leader Jay Miller announced the quartet wilt have eight singers. Mm'rie Weinberg, dramatics chair- man, announced that a Jewish play will be presented in June by Joel Reibstein, .less Brown, Myer Grash- in, Jay Miller, Harold Greenwald, Isaac Levy, Gabriel Bensussen, Ily- nile Ei)stcin, A1 C,q)lan and Sol Altabct. Morrie Weinberg will direct. Max K.mfinoff, dan(',e elmirman, assisted 1)3' Morrie Weinberg and Morrie Jaffee, refreshment commit- Ice, and Myer Grashin and Sol Altabet, ticket committee, are iu- ' viting Jewish yotttl Ill attend the first Ashl)hard Spring Mixcr at Edu- cational Center, S,tttu'(lay at 9 p. m. Desl)ite cohl, gloomy weather Sun- (lay morning, Aslll)h:mls hehl a basel)all practice. Ashphards are ahvays ready to donate their services when called upon, ns was tile ease when Chester Gohlstein, Gal)riel Bensussen, Morrie Wcinl)crg and Sol Altabet lmlped at the 5th annual carnival a few weeks ago "t E(luc'- tional Center. Dots 'n Dashes: Myer Grashin, Jess Brown, Joel Reibstein, Metric J'tffee, 'ill Garfield ]ligh School seniors, are t'ddng parL in track this year. Isaac Levy, golden-voiced baritone, was a soloist at the Center carniwd. He'll be in the Garfield Opera this year. Ilymie Baderman is challenging everybody he sees to a game of handball. Ashphard wel- comes both A1 Caplan and Bub Waltcrs, who arrived in Seattle from C.difornia last week. lIerb Epstein is taking trucking lessons, lsadore Feinberg and Joe ][alewt are ]lever home Saturday nights. Icor News By Frank Blonder Preparations are now under way for the big celebration of the 10Lh ,mniversary of Biro-Bidjan to be held Sunday, April 24, at 6 p. m. at EducalSonal Center. A business meeting will be held Tuesday at 8 p. m. at Educational Center. KOVNO (WNS)--Permission to inlport machinery and equipment, duty free, was granted this week to the ORT by the Lithuanian govern- mcnt. E Annual Concert by Cantor SCHLOSSBERG I and Children on ;Sunday, April 17th, ] 8:30 P. M., at I Congregation ] Bikur Cholum PASSOVER GREETINGS... FROM THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA NATIONAL ASSOCIATION A NATIONAL BANK ESTABLISHED 1864 Capital and Surplus Over $14,000,000 COMMERCIAL FOREIGN SAVINGS TRUST Conveniently Located -- 815 Second Ave. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Needy To Be Fed At Passover Seders In Seattle Synagogue Fulfilling n, 2,000-year-ohl tra(li- ti(in, :is ohl "ts the .lewish l)eot)le , E. Freeman, president of the likur ()hohuu l[:tehnosas ()rchim Society, today "renounced that Pass()vcr meals will be served to SeatLh?s ne.cdy and to w,lyfarers in the syn- agogue vestry during the eight-day Abe Nelson, secretary expl.dned: "As in the past the Bjkur Cholum Haehnosas Orehim ,._S)ciety takes pleasure in inviting all the homeless and needy in our midst to share in their P.lssover Seders iu ihe vestry Matzos Mizer To Be Sunday The third annual ' Matzos Mixer A. Z. A. will be held Snldaynight, at the Seattle Tahnnd Torah at 8:30 11. m. This year the Mixer will be spon- sored joiutly by Aleph Zadik Aleph and the Seattle Jcwish Athletic (lub, with Irving Sternoff as general eh,drman. Al Drebin will lead an 8-piece or- e]nstl'a. All llroceeds of the Mixer will go to I)uy matzos for the needy and the sick in the hospitals, and for tran- sients in the city. The Jewish Welfare Society and the wu'ious synagogue's distrilmt- ing agencies will allot the matzos. The novel Matzos Mixer is en- dorsed by Ral)bi Solomon P. Wohl- gelernter and R'd)l)i Philip A. L.mgh. J. S. F,'iedman, senior 'ulviser of A. Z. A., declared, "The whole Jew- ish community should turn out and SUl)port this worLhy cause." There will be a prize dance and surprises for the dancers, Ch'drman Sternoff said. l'()()lllS ()f the syn,lgogue. "Food and shelter will be provided f,)r lhe whole Passover wevk. (',,m- nmneing with April 15. "It; isneeessarythat'fli whoanli- ell)ate being our guests register with J. IIarris .t 1820 Yesler Way, s(i that ample supplies can be arranged. "The Bikur Cholum IIachnosas ()rchim Society is proud of its work in caring f<)r the needy an(I t/'an- sients not only during the holidry wee](, lint all the other 51 weeks in (he year. "lts aim is to care for all our brethren who are depressed and homeless, an(1 keep alive the spark of God, an(l faith in manldnd. 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