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Page Four THE TRANSCRIPT April 19, 1954 BETROTHED MISS ANN JOYCE BACHRACH Saturday night at a cocktail party at the Winthrop Hotel, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bachrach of Tacoma announced the engagement of their daughter, Ann Joyce, to Mr. Joseph David Rosenblume of Seattle. Miss Bachrach attended Annie Wright Seminary in Tacoma and graduated from Mills College in Oakland, Cal., where she had been awarded a four year Trustee Schol- arship. For the past year she has been assistant production manager of the Bion Advertising Co. in San Francisco. Miss Bachrach is the granddaughter of Mrs. Joseph Bachrach of Olympia, Wash. Mr. Rosenblume is the son of Mrs. Harold Lewis Rosenblume and the late Mr. Rosenblume, formerly of Newton, Mass., and New York City. He attended both New York University and Boston University, majoring in business administra- tion. He served with the Army Air Force during World War II for four years, one and one-half years of which were spent in the China- Burma-India Theatre. The young couple plan a late summer wedding and will make their home in Seattle. Ft. Lewis Religious School Children Buy First Tree for Israel The children of the religious school at Ft. Lewis have purchased their first tree for planting in Is- rael, in observance of Tu B'Shvat. Operating for the benefit of the Jewish military personnel stationed at Ft. Lewis, Madigan Army Hos- pital and McChord Air Force Base, the religious school is under the supervision of Chaplain and Mrs. David Wolf Silverman. "Faith In Freedom" 1954 Conference Theme For Hadassah, May 2-3 On Sunday, May 2, the Seattle Chapter of Hadassah will be hostess to the most gala Regional Confer- ence yet held by the Northern Pa- cific Coast Region, comprising Washington, Oregon, Montana and Alaska. Officially the conference will be opened by Mrs. Morrie Gumbert of Portland, conference chairman, at 3 p.m. at the New Washington Hotel, according to Mrs. Morris Allper, local conference chairman. Sessions will begin immediately with the Program Session conducted by Mrs. Benton N. Lippman which will include a premier showing of an inspiring new film, "A New Morning," and open-forum discus- sion by participants and delegates will follow. Elaborate banquet and luncheon plans are being made by Mrs. George Bloch and Mrs. Sam Shul- man. The banquet will be held in the Windsor Room of the New Washington Hotel at 7:00 p.m. Sun- day. In addition to the keynote ad- dress to be delivered by Mrs. Raph- ael Turover, Hadassah's Washing- ton relresentatiVe, the program will highlight a novel "musical narrative" by Rabbi and Mrs. Jul- ius Nodel of Portland. Guests will be officially greeted by our own Mayor Pomeroy. Dress is optional both for men and women. The Monday luncheon at 12:00 sharp will be open to everyone by ENGAGED --Walters Portra Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cohen an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Laine Bennett Cohen, to Mr. Ronald A. Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melbourne Harris of Toledo, Ohio. Miss Cohen is a Junior and Mr. Harris a Senior at Stanford Uni- versity. After graduation Mr. Har- ris will enter the Navy as an Ensign for two years of service. The couple plan a June wedding and their permanent home will be in Toledo. There is a "'Best" in Everything! Secure CERTIFIED COLD STORAGE -- the best at no extra cost cleaning is not 1 enough! your FURS need "HOLLANDERIZING" CALL MAin 6116 For Prompt Pick.up reservation and will also be held in the Windsor Room. Its program New MusJca| Service will be an actual Education Session By Samuel Go|dfarb offering a panel presentation on the 1 Out of 6 Men will not live to pay for their homes. Without your income, how would your family prevent a forced sale . . . "Leave them a home, free and clear of debt, not a mortgagel" An EQUITABLE policy will eliminate this hazard in the event fatal acci- dent or illness overtakes you. You have done your share . . . haven't you . . . with sufficient Life Insurance? The EQUITABLE is also making economical home loans available to thousands of Seattleites . . . CAN YOU QUALIFY? conference theme "Faith In Free- dom." Mrs. Tourover will be moder- ator, and participants will include University of Washington's well- known Professor Giovanni Costi- gan, Mrs. Julius Nodel of Portland and Dr. Ruth Levy. Reservations chairman Mrs. Sid- ney Coe urges that early reserva- tions for either or both affairs be made by phoning her at Ea. 8898 Mrs. Sam Shulman, Fr. 6126, or Mrs. Allper, Ke. 5514. Mrs. Maurice Kadish, president of the Seattle Chapter, extends a cordial invitation to the entire com- munity to participate in the social plans and sessions of the Confer- ence which will continue through Monday evening and all day Tues- day, May 4. Mrs. Henry Sholkoff of Portland, president of the North- ern Pacific Coast Region, urges maximum attendance in view of this splendid opportunity to par- ticipate in discussion and learn more of both Hadassah's American program and standard-bearing med- ical work in Israel. Mr. Samuel E. Goldfarb, Music Director of Temple De Hirsch, has just published a Friday Evening usical Service called "Avodat Is- rael." The service is arranged for a mixed quartet and organ. Mr. Goldfarb is known as one of the great Jewish musicologists in :he country and has pioneered in the field of Jewish music for Jew- ish schools, creating children's fes- :ival and Bible songs. Together with his brother, Rabbi Israel Goldfarb of New York, they published the first complete collection of Jewish school songs -- "The Jewish Song- ster" parts I and II. The new Friday Evening Service is simple, melodic, and traditional and will no doubt bring added fame to Mr. Goldfarb. H A I F A -- Eight Mediterranean cruise liners will visit Israel during the balance of the year. NEW YORK -- Jewish History Week will be celebrated in the U.S. from May 1 to May 7. CUSTOM MILLINERY and SUPPLIES I-IAT , 4731 University Way PL. 5900 Hours: Daily 10-5:30, Thurs. Eve Till 91 Life Insurance Annuity Planning Accident and Health Hospitalization e 'HE EQUITABLE LIFE OF THE UNITED STATES A/oo oo PROTECT WHAT YOU HAVE! Suite 404 The Skinner Bldg. Phone EL. 2120 ]Come To Council May Luncheon, Have Fun! Mmes. Sam Rubinstein and Alex Grinstein, general cochairmen of the Annual May Luncheon of the Na- tional Council of Jewish Women have completed their plans for a gay Spring afternoon in the Spanish Ballroom of the Olympic Hotel on Thursday, May 13, at 12 noon. Based on the theme "Council Lights the Way," the luncheon wil mark Council's participation in cel- ebrating the Tercentenary of Jewish contribution to American life. Pro- gram chairmen, Mines. John Scher- mer, George Schuster and M. Ken- neth Elburn, have announced Professor Giovanni Costigan of the University of Washington's History Department will be the guest speak- er. He has titled his dramatic sub- ject, "The Road to Liberty: 1654- 1954." The Council Players, directed by Mrs. Sidney Anschell, will be fea- tured in a clever satire, "Underseas With Council." The skit received rave notices as a "laugh riot" when premiered at the Western Regional Conference in Long Beach, Calif. recently. Announcement to all long-stemmed beauties: "Casting Is Now in Progress." Call Mrs. Anschell or Mrs. Lester Kleinberg and Mrs. Gilbert Rosenwald, who are in charge of stage management and costuming. Mrs. Leon Levy, assisted by Mrs. Adolph Rigler and Mrs. Paul Siege]. will design the floral arrangements and decorations. Mrs. Kermit Ro- sen has amassed a large collection of unique and lovely door prizes that will be awarded at the close of the luncheon. The annual report of this year's service in social welfare will be presented by Mrs. Nathan Moses, Seattle Section President, and in- stallation of officers will take place. "Early reservations will insure best seating arrangements for your party," say Mines. Louis Nudelman reservations chairman, and Mrs. Sidney Margolis, ticket chairman. Reservations may be made with :Mrs. Nudelman, Alder 9299, or Mrs. Margolis, Franklin 2808. However checks should be mailed to Mrs. Margolis at 2524 E. Lynn St. and your ticket will be sent you. Make your reservations now for the May Luncheon! "Balloon Bounce" Junior Hadassah's Spring Mixer with "Balloon Bounce" as its theme will be held Sunday evening, April 25. Everyone is welcome to the Side "Y", 29th and E. Cherry So. for dancing, prizes and entertain- ment. The mixer will be from 8 to 12 p.m., and admission is 50 cents. Quick Addressing of your mail advertising. Save time and headaches. Our completely mechanized mailing department is at your disposal. ALPHA-STAUNCH Direct Mail and Printing 1428 11th Ave. EAst 8118 Call Fred Klein GRAND OPENING! WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, is a red-letter date to remember far that's the day that BRENNER BROTHERS BAKERY is off the drawing board and into your hearts. It's a long long trail since our beloved Pa started out with a horse and buggy and a prayer book back in 1909 to the beautiful modern plant soon to open at 2800 E. Cherry St. Nothing has been spared to insure you of the very finest of quality-baked goods and delicatessen products served in a delightful modern atmosphere that makes your every visit to BRENNER BROTHERS as pleasant as a warm summer's day. And of course, you'll be pleased with that annex to your kitchen, our sparkling shop where our sweet goods and the bread with that baked-in smile are prepared. We'll have orchids far the ladies and coffee and cakes and "hashes" from our delicatessen. New friend or old, don't forget we've got a date, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5. Brenner Brothers Bakery 2800 E. Cherry Street Minor 2900 'Talented Musician Miss Marlene Soriano One of the outstanding events at the new Music Hall at the Univer- sity of Washington was the brilliant performance at the piano of Miss Marlene Soriano on April 14 at 8:30 p.m. in her senior recital in partial fulfillment for her degree in Bache- lor of Arts which she will receive in June. Miss Soriano ranks as high in her academic studies as in her music, which will qualify her to be graduated Cure Laude. Her program featured Bach. Mo- zart, Liszt and Bartok. Miss Soriano has been presented twice by the Bremerton Symphony Orchestra, and by the Peninsula Music Club, and has also been solo- ist with the Seattle Philharmonic, playing the Liszt Concerto No. 1 in E. Flat. Press comments favored her as a Northwest representative for the Standard Symphony Hour. STUDENT TOURS TO EUROPE Some Space Available HAWAIIAN STUDENT TOURS Credits Can Be Earned No Charge f or Our Service See FREDA RILEY TRAVEL ADVISORS INO, 303 Fourth and Pike Bldg. SEneca 5357 ALASKA FUR COMPANY 1517 Fifth Avenue Max A. Silver, President