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April 10, 1925 h ]Plsh ra.scripl "The Hoe Newsae, O, Fao Northwest Jewry." ""4 ,;,,, , , Page Three YOUNG MEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION OFFICERS BOARD OF DIRECTORS l)residelit ................ Irving I,:eisler Phi] Tworoger ................ Chairman Vice-President .............. Sam Cohen Ira Cohen Sol Esfeld Sgt. At Arms ............. Morris Sender Dr. &unes Sender Harry Steindell Secretary. ................. Abe Br ( ge .Ice I'2osokoff Hx'man Wolfstone Treasur(',r... ............. Louis Halpern Ben Settler " Louis Casserd Y. M. tI. A. Column Conducted by Abe Bridge. Secretary Phones Main 3624--Ease 7069 DATES TO BE REMEMBERED le,ular Meeting "Y" Club thoms, , \\;\ edncsdav, April 22nd. eattle Jcw'ish Singing Club "C.on- ('.crt," Sunday, April 12th, Y.M.H. A. Auditoriu}n.  Dan( e aul}ior Hadassah, Benefit ' ' , unday, April 26, "Y" Auditorium. NEXT REGULAR MEETING WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22nd q?he next regular meeting was post- !One(t until the above date. This s uue to the Passove.r holidays, falling (,i} } the ,,y,, regular mect{ng night. nere will be eonsiderabh' business to transact, all the members are .perefore especially urged t.o l}ote ,he date and be p:esent Wednesday, april 22nd. "  ' The Seattle Jewish Singing Club nder the capable leadership of roessor E. Friedland, will give a COncert in the Y. M. H. A. Auditorium " on Sunday, April 12th. The com- )ntee in "charge are working on the b- arrangements. The concert will x an exccptionallv fine one and all members and "their friends are ged to be present. If you desire lets you can obtain them from to ither Ben Settler, 1317 1st Ave. o rofessor Friedland and'his group ,]s, ingers have been rehearsing in the ,i Club It, oGreS for several months , 5'llss C "' : " p. % - I{okovltch will accompany ,i"ol; Friedland on the piano Miss ')arab Grodstein, violiniste, aceom- I)amed by her sister Florence (h'od- i. t 21[1, will r ei!(ler sex, eral v" io lii ] . tl(,. 'tlons. ,,Dancing will immedmtely follow t !1? program The admission charge '111 be 50 cents, l/,emembcr the! (late J ' Unday, April 12th, "Y" Auditorium J . The Junim- Hadassah will give a e ian[% Sunday, April 26th at the "Y" " U(litorium  The proceeds of the dance are to be used for the main- 0, !nance oi" an orihan that the Junior gS aa(lassah is adopting. The "y" Athletic Nitc and Dance J Proved a novel success. Those that )Vere present on Sun(lav, April 5th not disappointed. ]oxing, tum- I phng and dancing were very pleas- [ngty enioued by the small but en- L'u.siasti'e gathering present. The Y )) 111 hold another similar event in the hoar fUture. r)' - Lr t ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF EDDIE SHEEHAN TIRE SERVICE EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS FOR CITY AND COUNTY MOHAWK TIRES 0u,'- drive-in SERVICE enables the car Wler to obtain immediate service. 2116 Fourth Ave. Main 3217 Secretary's Corner The Secretary, from time to time, called to the attention of the nmm- bers, the fact that the "Y" Club Rooms are open for their convenience. Il is indeed regrettable that not more of the meinbers take advantage of these accommo(lations. Take a friend to the Y for a game of billiards or a sociable game of checkers. You will find it an economical place as well as 'i pleasant place to spend an evening. The next regular meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 22nd every member shouht try and obtain a new member before the next meet- ing. If you desire any application blanks, get in touch with the seere- tral'y and you will receive them romptly. Have you anything of interest to bring before the members? If you have, mail it to the secretary and it will be printed in the Y Columns. Remember that it is your duty to assist in making these columns inter- esting. Every member should feel that he is a committee of one. From time to time the secretary receives requests for positions. List }'our openings with the Y Secretary. Do yml know of an opening for a y-oung man, about 22 vears of age, knows the city thoroughly and c'm Furniture Made to Order According to Your Individual Taste Repairing and Refinishing Seattle Reed & Wicker Furniture Co. Manufacturers High Grade Furniture, Baskets and Lamp Shades 1472 ELLIOTT AVE. W. SEATTLE, WASH. Phone Gar. 6277 :Reconditioned RASH CARS When we advertise a Rash car as reconditioned we stand squarely behind its performance. Reconditioning to us means thorough overhaul- ing, replacing parts that need replacement, tuning up the motor, and putting the car in tip- top condition. Many of the reconditioned Nash cars we now have on sale can scarcely be told from new. They look and act and drive practically as they did the day they first went on the road. Spring is here. Now is. the time to buy a car. Prices are rock bottom--values are sky high. The big assortment we have today may be gone next week. So don't delay. Come in today. GREEN PORTER RASH CORPORATION Open Sundays and Evenings 500 EAST PIKE STREET EAst 0053 r Ol-)erale any make of ('art l)lease give this your (.onsidcl"ation. If you know of a member thai is sick :rod (!onfine(l in I)(,d, t)h,:ts(, notify the secretary and a ('ommi(lec will be al)pointed to visit the brolhm'. Don'l say.that the Y.M.II,A. of lhe sc(.rt,tarv is at fault, bc('atlse yotl were (.ofine(1 in th(, hospil,tl or at hoJ]|(', sick and no on( ealh'd on \\;'o11, if you will mt/ke it your business to assist in this work, this will not O('C[lr. Y'S CRACKS The committee in charge of the Athletic Site and D'mce were glad to see Brothers Abe Miller, Lou Flaks and several other newly elected Y members at the affair. Did you take particular note of the wav our house-m.m Pete Dunin, ar- ranged the "Boxing Ring?" Pete is an ohl salt and has seen that little square cirCe in many parts of the globe. Pete has already been signed up as the main event for the next show. If a good live wire committee could be produced and take particular note of the material at the Y dances, the next smoker would be held within a verv short time. No, nothing startling hatmened, no one was hurt at the last affair. Our fighting treasurer (on the re- ceiving end) Lou Halpcrn, still shouts don't keep down expenses. But when it comes to spending money Lou has eyes like a hawk. Herman Aronin has been missed at the Y affairs and meetings. Herman where art thou?---- Brother Asia is making quite a l'CpIll at ion as membersh i}) (dmirman. B('n Scigh,r, lake note and should o])I/lin sonic good and ('onstru('iive pointers from Brother Asia for the "Y" meml)ershi 1) (amlmign. tlow al)oul it Col. Esfeld? Slanley P, hmcnlhal, editor of the B. P,. Shots, s._ys thai hc is not re- c(,iving the desir('d (:o-operation from the boys, Yes, Slam s:mw laere, its " funny world, we .tll haw our little dittimfltics. See you ncxt time fellows remem- ber that yore' ('O-Ol)eralion is wanted and requesled. M.fil in "m interestin arti(.le for the next issue of the good ohl "Tr.mscript." JUNIOR PROM Come all you Beau Brummels with your ladies fair to the Junior Hadas- sah Country Prom to be given in the Y. M. It. A. Auditorium Sunday evening, April 26th. Good music and snappy entertainment awaits you. Don't forget boys there is also going to be an amateur bar, where some- thing stronger than pop is going to be served. The dance is given for the benefit of the Orphans in Palestine. Do your bit by setting aside the date and at- tending the Junior Hadassah Prom. Admission will be 75e per couple. Ladies are cordially invited; there being no charge for them. Let's go friends and make it a big success. At the Theatres COLUMBIA THEATRE The Columbia offers its third 3-Unit show as the special program for Easter week, which opens Friday. "Up The Ladder" is the feature Unit of the No Commission Dwelling Loans The Thomas Investment Co. 533 Pioneer Bldg. MAin 8159 Est. 1892 Established in Seattle Since 1892 show. Virginia Valli in tiffs, her latest starring vehicle shares honors with an inanimate ot)ject. For the first time, perhaps, in the history of fihnTPlays , an reanimate object plays an mq)ortant role in the theme of a story directed by Edward Sloman. "Up the Ladder," adapted from the stage hit by Owcn Davis, is a story which revolves around a self- saerifiCng woman, her husband, anti the ultra-invention of the age--the Tclevisionphone, an instrument which, when perfected, allows one to actually visualize the persoh to whom one is speaking over the telephone. Finding it impossible to place his invention on the market because it is declared by sages to be impractic- able, the inventor, as played by For- rest Stanley, allows the woman hc loves, Virginia Valli, to sacrifice her hereditary fortune that he may launch his idea into the world. Miss Valli is surrounded by a strong east of favorites: Margaret Livingston, Holmes Herbert, George Fawcett, Forrest Stanley, Lydia Yeamans Titus, Baby Priscilla Mo- ran and Olive Ann Alcorn. Franceseo Longo, director of the |1 lllll Illnlnllll l I Sun Mon" Tue Wed !: l SHIRLEY MASON Thur.--Fri.--Sat. -- EDMOND LOWE II 1 --IN-- ,, 1 II "'Honor JimongMen ..m--== ==--m----==m 3rd Big 3 Unit Show 1. "UP THE LADDER" Starring VIRGINIA \\;'ALLI See the amazing "Tele-visionphone" 2. Yrancesco Longo directing the All Artists Orchestra in Specal Concert. 3. Nancy Fair in Song. COLUMBIA All Artists Orchestra presents the All Artists trio in a rendition of Shubert's "Ave Maria" as part of the special concert which forms the second unit. Charles Fisher of the All Artists is featured in the second number of the concert in a Xylo- phone solo of "Mazurka Brilliante." Nancy Fair, a clever and versatile songstress and late star of the New York Winter Garden is offered at the third unit of entertainment at the big show. ilve00nnivers ary HE Puget Sound Power & Light Company is, this year, celebrating ts Sdver Anmversary--twenty-five years of furmshmg !ight, power and transportation under the same continuous management.. Remark. ] able as has been the growth of this district, the com. pany has kept pace with its tremendous progress and no com. munity which it serves has ever lost an industry through lack of adequate, cheap power. To accomplish this, the company now has in operation eleven "n hydro-electric and eight steam generau g plants which, by the close of the present year, will bring its power resources to 248,000 horsepower. In extending its service to all parts of this territory, the company has built over 5,200 miles of transmission and distribution lines until it now serves in excess of 300 communities and more than i102,000 customers. Over 8,000 citizens of Washington have invested their savings with this company until they now own more than $9,000,000 of its securities- customer ownership, which is true public ownership. It is one of the strong, established business enterprises of this communit , distributing over $10,000,000 annually hom. e Y _ in its payroll and purchase of matermls and contributing as tts share of t'he tax burden, in excess of $1,000,000 a year. As the years go on, this company, in partnership with the peoplg, of this state pledges itself: .... 1: To extend its service wherever justified. !2. To continue the development of electric energy, keeping well ahead of requirements, so that ample supply of power will always be available to attract new industries and new payrolls throughout the entire district. 13. To take advantage of every successful invention for reduc[i ing costs or increasing efficiency so that the rates to con sumers may be as low as possible. To continue offering its securities locally so that every cus- tomer may become a part owner in this organization. PUGET SOUND POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY