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 ?H__E TRANSCRIP._______T Monday_____._, Apri__l 27__ 2964 SYLVIA CATER, Editor Management Committee Arehie S. Katz, Chairman; Samuel G. ltolcenberg. Sam Prottas. National Officers To Council of Jewish Women's May Spark ORT Luncheon Luncheon May 11 at Elks' Club Scheduled for May 7 Seattle Chapter Women's American ORT will be signally honored by the presence of' Mrs. David M., Goldring, its national vice-president, and Roy G. Rosenthal, Mrs. William WcJnstcin ......................... Mrs. Arthur Marpet, president. Subscription Price: $3.00 per year; $5.00 for two years of the Southern California Co- ..................................... ordinating Council, at its in- Oflice tlours: Monday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Tuesday thru Friday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (except on pres day) stallation luncheon on May 7 Rom-201,-ifi7-Fourth,Pho,e'MAin 4-0136. S-c-a-ttie-4:-W:dsh: at noon. Mrs. Goldring; who also is national education co- Issued Semi-Monthly (except July-August with one edition) ordinator, will install the offi- Entered as second-class matter July 7, 1949, at the Post Office cers for 1964-1965 and will de- at Seattle, Washington, under Act of March 3, 1870 liver an ORT message. The ........................................................................................ affair will be held at the ,lt:i!:.$:i::L.. .... UNIVERSITY PRINTING CO. Tropics Hotel, 225 Aurora Av- enue North. Women's Division Has Successful Luncheon Officers to be installed are: Mrs. Ruby Clein Webber, pres- ident; Mrs. Harold I. Poll, 1st vice-president; Mrs. Jeffrie Kay, 2nd vice-president; Mrs. Rose Collier, 3rd vice-presi- dent; Miss Esther B. Clein, recording secretary;Mrs. Hy ester, financial secretary; Mrs. Harold Sondheim, correspond- ing secretary; Mrs. Bernard Coyne, treasurer; Mrs. Otto Schlifka, director, and Mrs. Lyle Levy, director. Mrs. Leon- ard Cohen and Mrs. Lawrence Nieder are directors held over for one and two year terms. The dinner will also honor all past presidents of Seattle Chapter ORT, and Miss Mari- lyn Miller will entertain with a series Of folk songs, accom- --Photo by Helb A portion of the attendance at the Advance Gift Luncheon panying herself on the guitar. of the Women's Division of the Federated Jewish Fund at Mrs. Lawrence Nieder is which Mrs. Jack Karp was speaker. $30,100 in pledges was general chairman assisted by announced at this opening event of the Women's Division of Mrs. Herman Keisler in charge the campaign. Mrs. Benjamin Cole is Women's Campaign of reservations, Mrs. Robert L. Chairman and Mrs. Fred Rogers is luncheon co-chairman. Block and Mrs. Gerald Walters. .......................................................................................... Mrs. Harry Tall wiM be in Mrs. Ben Genauer Named en Board Of National Mizrachi Mrs. Ben Genauer has been appointed to membership on the National Board of Mizrachi Women's Organization of America. Besides serving tiae Mizrachi chapter as vice presi- dent and treasurer, Mrs. Gen- auer was its president for two terms. She is a charter mem- ber of the group w h i c h was Engagement Told charge of the guest book and Mrs. David Brenner will be hostess. Reservations should be made early by calling Betty Keisler at LA 4-1834 or Ruby Webber at AT 4-5168. Hebrew School P-TA To Honor Miss Sarah Friedman on May 4 Seattle Hebrew School P-TA will honor Miss Sarah Fried- man at a luncheon at the school on Monday, May 4, at Working on Council's May Luncheon are (standing) General Co-chairman Mrs. Ronald 'Neubauer and Ticket Chairman Mrs. Alvin Pearl. Sitting (left to right) Mrs. Michel Stern, Program Co-chairman; Mrs. Fillmore Buckner, General Co-chairman; and Mrs. Richald Leshgold, Publicity Chairman. Plans are completed for the annual May Luncheon of the Council of Jewish Women, to be held on Monday, May 11, at 11:30 a.m. at the Elks Club. The price of the buffet luncheon i: $2.75, with a theme of "New Faces" combining a program of installation of new officers and a light in u sic al program provided by a group of professional singer:;. Reservations may be m a d e by sending a check to or call- ing Mrs. Ted Daniels, GL 4-5388, 12624 N.E. 4th, Belle- vue, Wash. Co- Chairmen Mrs. Fillmore Buckner and Mrs. Ronald Neu- bauer announce the following chairmen and their committees busy formulating plans for the luncheon: Ticket Chairman Mrs. Alvin Pearl, assisted by Mrs. Herbert Schwartz and Mrs. Pat StuNNer. Decoration Chairman Mrs. Peter Artzt working with Mrs. Howard Adler, Mrs. Daniel Roumm, Mrs. Howard Ruvel- son and Mrs. Harris Sprincin. Hostess Chairman Mrs. Mi- chel Stern, aided by Mrs. Jo- seph Stroum, Mrs. Sanford Rose, Mrs. Ralph Schoenfeld, ,Jr., Mrs. Norman C 1 e in, Jr., Mrs. J o el Diamond and Mrs. Robert Stern. Program CO - Chairmen a r e Mrs. Michel Stern and Mrs. Gordon Tobin; Scheduling Chairman is Mrs. Peter Fisher; Publicity C h a i r m a n is Mrs. Richard Leshgold; Reservation Chairman is Mrs. Ted Daniels; vice president in charge of the luncheon is Mrs. Ted Carrel. Past presidents of Council will be honored at the luncheon. Officers to bc installed are: president, Mrs. Joseph Hirsh- berg; vice president, Mrs. ,lames Morris; vice president, ways and means, Mrs. Irving L e v i n e ; recording secretary, Mrs. H a r r y Levinson; corre- sponding secretary, Mrs. Addis Gutmann, Jr.; financial secre- tary, Mrs. Milton Roumn; treasurer, Mrs. J a y J. Fl'ied- man; seven 2-year Board mem- bers: Mesdames Fillmore Buckner, Walter Schoenfeld, Jack Fag hi n, Saul Herman, Harmofl Matin, Mad Israel and James Nussbaum; one 1- year City of Hope's Fund Raising Lunch May 6 organized about 22 years ago, and has chaired, m a n y of its varied social and fund-raising affairs. She was the recipient of Mizrachi's 1962 Woman of the Year award, which is made annually at the group's Donor Luncheon. Mrs. Genauer's appointment marks the first time that the Western area has been so honored. JAKE ROCKOV school since 1938 when she be- came its office secretary. "Miss Friedman's devotion to the school and its children has i been far above and beyond the call of duty,,' points out the --Wallace Aekerman Photo luncheon .chairman, Mrs. Jack TIMOTHA CLAYTON Genauer. "E v e r y o n e 1 o v e s Sarah." Mr. and Mrs. F e r d i n a n d Mrs. Genauer has appointed Clayton announce the engage- the following chairmen to as- ment of their daughter, Timo- sist her: Mrs. Lazar Scharhon, tha, to William Albert men, u; Mrs. Morris Joseph, HEATING OIL CO. Cleanest Heating Oils Q Automatic Service and Complete Furnace Repair 24 HOURS A OAY--ME. 3-3410 For Your Paints and Linoleum try GRINSPAN'S EAst 4-3531 Schwartz, son of Mrs. Law- rence Schwartz and the 1 a t e Mr. Schwartz. The bride-elect attends the University of Washington and is affiliated with Alpha Epsi- Ion Phi and is president of Panhellenic Association. Mr. Schwartz will be grad- uated from the University of Washington in June and is af- filiated with Zeta Beta Tau. No wedding d a t e has been set. Bikur Holim To Hold Moiher-Daughler Event Sunday, May 3 The Sephardic Bikur Holim 12 noon A special tribute will -- be paid to Miss Friedman for o u t s t a n din g service to the: Brandeis Women Will Hold Annual Meeting Thursday, May 14 2216 South Jackson Street SEATTLE BONNEY.WATSON FUNERAL DIRECTORS EAst 2-0013 For 96 years funeral services available to all families regardless of income 1732 Broadway i i i i tickets; Mrs. J a c k Greenberg and Mrs. Charles JaNsen, pro- gram; Mrs. L e o n Mezistrano, hostesses; Mrs. Jerome Katz, decorations; Mrs. I. Kshensky and Mrs. Sol Klein, table set- ting;,Mrs. Meyer Twersky, publicity. Nominations and election of P-TA officers will be held fol- lowing the luncheon. Mrs. Sheldon Steinberg is nominat- ing chairman. A baby-sitter will be in at- tendance in t h e kindergarten room during the lun ch Pen. Reservations can be made by ca lling Mrs. Genauer at EA 4-8557 or Mrs. Joseph at EA 4-4719. The closing P-TA meeting of the year will be on Monday, Ladies' Auxiliary will present June 1, at which time the new their third annual M o t h e r- officers will be installed. Daughter Dinner Sunday, May 3, at 5:30 p.m. in the Bikur Cholim Vestry, 17th and Yes- ler Way. Mrs. R a 1 p h Adatto, chair- man, and Mrs. Sam"Abolofia, co-chairman, invite a ll mem- bers and friends to attend this affair. Mrs. Louis Rose is pro- gram chairman. Donations are $2.50. Mrs. Gaby Amira, ticket chairman can be reached at PA 5-1881 for ticket confirmation. Do your part---don't wait for a solicitor. Call Federated Fund at MAin 2-8213. We take a personal interest in seeing that your insurance does what you want it to do and we. follow through to see that your clmms are expedited. In other words, you can feel'more secure when you place your insurance with an old-established firm, directed by men you know and trust. We,ll be pleased to tall over ygur insurance problems witb you LIPMAN & ESFELD 401 SMITH TOWER MA 4-2631 Morton Pinch -- Abe J. Goldman Graduation exercises for the 9th grade will be held at the school on Wednesday, June 3, at 8 o'clock. Mr. Frank Hana- walt, G a r f i e 1 d High School rincipal, will be the speaker. More details in the next edi- tion of the Transcript. Temple Sinai Plans Mother-Child Day For Ninth of May Temple Sinai Sisterhood will hold a Mother-Child Luncheon on May 9 to cele- brate Mother's Day. According to Chairman Mrs. Manuel Chaus, the Luncheon will be- gin at 12 noon at the Country Kitchen in Bellevue. The program will feature dance scenes from the dancing school classes of May Jean Hood of which several of the performers are children of Temple members. Those planning to attend should call in their reserva- tions before May 6 to Mrs. Joseph Eastern, SH 6-5474 The luncheon is open to all Temple members and pro- spective members. IIH iii CLASSIFIED FOR RENT  Attractive Brick Bungalow. Private entrances. Heated. 1 Bed- room and den $70. 2 bed- room, $75. Close to bus and shops. 728 26th Ave. EM " -----4"4734 EM 3-.0873 Leading Insurance Com- pany has opening. Married- ages 28 to 40. Some college preferred. Must be ambi- tious and willing to work evenings. Aptitude tests- thorough office and field training. Salary plus com- mission. MA 2-1060 i .... I ................ = THOMAS HILL The Seattle Chapter, Bran- deis University National Wo- men's Committee will have its annual meeting Thursday, May 14 at 12:00 noon at the home of Mrs. Sam Rubinstein, with past president ;Mrs. Max Efron presiding. A snack luncheon will be served. Mrs. Abby Franklin will install the new officers for the coming year. In charge of the guest book will be Mrs. Sidney Gerber. Pouring will be the Mesdames Henry Sanford, William Topp, Edward Poliak and Stanley Blumenthal. Mrs. h'ving Her- man, hospitality chairman will be assisted by the Board. Mrs. Benjamin Rose, pro- gram chairman, has announc- ed that Mrs. Stanley Fleisch- mann will play piano selec- tions and Mr. Thomas Hill of the Seattle Repertory Theater will be the guest speaker. Mr. Hill was the Director of the Brandeis Forum Theatre last summer. The perenniel theme will again be "Brandeis is a family affair," and pictures of family groups will be taken. The Seattle Chapter scrap book of previous photographs will be on display. Reserva- tions may be made with Mes- dames Frank Goodman, Mar- shall Hartholz, David Nassi and Sam H. Levinson. The nominating committee has p r o p o s e d the following slate for 1964-1965: President, Mrs. Irving Stolzoff; Member- ship Vice-President, Mrs. Ernest Sherman; Book Fund Vice-President, Mrs. Isadore Schlesinger; In-chapter Vice- President, Mrs. Seymour Kap- Inn; Recording Secretary, Mrs. Howard Keller; Financial Sec- retary. Mrs. Jack Moss; Con'e- sponding Secretary, Mrs. Ber- tram Greenbaum; Treasurer, Mrs. Morris Kossis; hold-over Directors, Mesdames Theodore Abeles, A.M. Bernhard, Law- rence Neider, and Max Silver. Directors w h o s e. terms will run to 1967, Mesdames David Brenner, Julian Cohon, and Max Weinstein; Nominating Committee: Mesdames Paul Jassney, S. L. Levinson, A. M. Bernhard, Robert M. Silwn', Edward Starin, l)avid Weil|ir and, Leslie 8 (r U SS( " , ...... Seattle Chapter City of Hope will hold its annual fund- raising luncheon card party on Wednesday, May 6 at the Town and Country Club at 11 o'clock. The main door prize will be four days for two at the Sands Hotel in Las Vegas. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Tony Berg, EAst 4-2660, or Mrs. Lawrence Oseran, EAst 5-1626. In a letter received from Joseph C. Lipsett, Director of Community Relations at City of Hope Hospital, he says: "I want to assure you that the residents of the State of Wash- ington are receiving benefits from City of Hope in terms of in-patient and out-patient care, as well as from our consulta- tion service available to all ,hysicians and h o s p i t a I s, at ubstantial cost to the City of Hope." Mrs. Max Mondschein and Mrs. Molly Rosenblatt are luncheon co-chairmen, and Mrs. Nate Bitterman.and Mrs. Evelyn Stept are in charge of decorations. Mrs. Aaron Katsman Heads Sisterhood Of Bikur Cholim The annual election of offfi- cers of the Sisterhood of Con- gregation Bikur Cholim was held at the regular monthly meeting, Wednesday, April 15, in the Education Annex of the Congregation. Mrs. Aaron Katsman is the president for the year 1964-65 She will be assisted by the following officers: Mesdames Harold Dworkin, Mop Marx, and Jack Genauer 1st, 2nd and 3rd vice presidents, respec- tively; Mrs. Sol Birulin, trea- surer; Mrs. Moritz Joseph, financial secretary; Mrs. Ben Brill, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Philip Katsman, record- ing secretary. The Mother-Dau, ghter luncheon sponsored by the Sisterhood will take place Wednesday, May 20, at 12:30 in the vestry of the Syna- Board member, Mrs. Alvin gogue. Pearl. Reservations may be m a d e A.ol,nh .. Iui:..,,.,.,.,.k: by sending a check to or call-j,qLvmvamn v/ svlmi,,uu q*4uquunm ing Mrs. Ted Daniels, 126241 Party To Be April 28 N.4Fth, Bellevue, Wash., I Avivah Chapter of Mizrachi '-" - ' is sponsoring a snack luncheon land card party at 12 noon on Evening Branch Of Tuesday, April 28, at the Car- nation plant, adjoining Univer- sity Village. Mrs. Nessim Adatto and Mrs. Louis Ames, co-chairmen for the affair, announce that the community is welcome to at- tend this fund-raising function. Guests are asked to arrange tables for the games of their !preference and to make reser- vations with Mrs. Adatto at PA 5-0748, Mrs. Ames at GL 4-2968, or Mrs. Ben Genauer at EA 4-3616. Tickets are $1.50 and w i 11 include door prizes and other treats. Hadassah B and P Smorgasbord Will Be Held June 7 Committees of the Business and Professional Group of Ha- dassah are planning their annual smorgasbord to be held Sunday, June 7 from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Temple De Hirsch Center. The menu will include favorite Jewish dishes and an entertaining program and sur- prises are being 'arranged. The charge is $2.25 per person. Council Will Install On Fifth of May Evening Branch, National Council of Jewish Women, will have their annual installation dinner at the Beach Broiler, 1936 tIarbor Ave. S.W., at 6:30 p.m. on May 5. This will be the group's final meeting of the year. Mrs. Julian Cohen, president of Seattle Section, will give the invocation and a brief resume of Council's services. Mrs. ,Joseph H i r s h b e r g, president- elect, will install the following new officers: Mrs. Helen Cohen, chairma'n; Mrs. Edward Schacher, vice-chairman; Mrs. Claire Schwartz, secretary, and Mrs. Fred Casserd, treasurer. Entertainment w i 11 be pro- vided by Dan Hurwitz, ventril- oquist, son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Hurwitz. Reservations may be m a d e by calling either of the co- chairmen, Mrs. M. L e v i n e at EA 4-1038 or Mrs. M. Finkel- stein at EA 2-6010. Although the dinner is the l a st meeting of the Evening Branch, the Ship-A-Box Proj- ect continues to meet through the summer months. Anyone interested is welcome to attend. Do your part--don't wait for a solicitor. Call Federated Fund at MAin 2-8213. Gerri Kos,.'"e00n, Gerald Marchand Wed G e r r i Kossen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kossen,, be- came the b rid e of Gerald D. l larchand on Mar ch '22 in a ceremony performed by Rabbi J a c o b Singer in the Fireside !teem of the Sorrento H o t e 1. Yhe groom is the son of Mrs. Charles O. Marchand and the. late Mr. Marchand of Ken- more, Washington. The bride wore a floor- length gown of w h i t e bridal satin. Her matching rose- shaped headpiece held an .elbow-length veil and she car- tied a white Bible and a bridal bot!qut'l or stqfl|:|mdis and i'os(S. L .... ." ...... l,,, 0nY, Ar [ Mark Fiftieth Wedding ! MR. AND MRS. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Isbin, 2615 West Crockett, were hon- ored at a di.nner party recently in celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary. The couple met and married in S e a t t 1 e and have resided here ever since. Mr. Isbin was a prominent Seattle ladies' tai- lor for over 40 years, operating Isbin's Exclusive Ladies' Tai- loring until his retirement in 1947. ISADORE ISBIN were the couple's dau Mrs. Phillip Eldridge and Hy R a d o w of Seattle, and:] son, Dr. Herbert S. Isbin, prq].,, , -. (o rigl fessor of chemical engineeme,,, ..... J[ e-aru la at the University of Minneso]0rSon Mr. and Mrs Isbin are meal . .'' . ' . . beiga:t! h:f r nai Cs: cm' h Cr!eh;i e;:S' to Ome have seven grandchildren at'. Tour. one great-grandchild.  ur has bee -----------aYill e from Gilbert-Sherman Nuptmls Held ] atGlat: Sam W The tour ;em s from irs. AIb Cud Sh Mrs. Kenneth'tecta, sister of the bride, was matron-of-honor and Roberta Pody was brides- maid. Terry CoP was f 1 o w e r girl and T i m o t h y Marchand --Wallace Aekerman pIC MR. AND MRS. EDWARD SHERMAN Rosalyn I r e n e Gilbert and Edward Merle Sherman w e r e married at Temple De ttirsch on April 12, with Rabbi Raph- ael Levine and Ra b bi Jacob Singer officiating. T h e ir par- ents are Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Gilbert of Los Angeles, Cali- fornia and Mrs. B. W. Oseran and the late Maurice Sherman. The bride chose a floor- length, pale gold gown of chif- fon over taffeta and wore a m a t c h i n g pillbox headpiece with a chin-length veil. She carried a bouquet of pale gold orchids Seattle Sephardic Sisterhood To Honor Mrs. Dora Cohan An open meeting will be held by the Seattle Sephardic Sisterhood on April 27 at 7:30 p.m., in celebration of Sister- hood's 32nd anniversary and to honor Mrs. Dora Cohan, char- ter m em b e r now serving as Welfare .Chairman. The meet- ing will be held at the Ezra Bessaroth Hall, 5217 South Brandon. The meeting will be followed by various games. Mrs. Joe (Becky) S o r i a n o, president, asks members to bring a friend or a prospective member. Girl to Silbermans A daughter, Lori Anne, was born to Dr. and Mrs. Stanford Silberman (Susan Jaffe) on April 10. Dr. Silberman is chief resident in surgery at George Washington University Hospital in Washington D. C. Grandparents a r e Mr. a n d Mrs. Sidney Jaffe and Mrs. Blossomc Silbermaa and great- grandmothers are Mrs. A. L. Merp0rt, Mrs. H a r r y Mesher and Mrs: M. Jaffe of Los Angeles. Mrs. Robert Cowin was b, sister's matron - of - honor a Mrs. Ernest Sherman and Jui Turbak were bridesmaids. Ernest Sherman served h', brother as best man and ushe were Ned Block, Gordie Mye Don Cohan, Harold Wor0 Buzzy CoP, and Martin Selig. The couple honeymooned : Hawaii and will make the: home in Seattle. The bride attended j u n it college in Los Angeles and t] groom, is a graduate of tl University of Washingt0 where he was president Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. _ JERUSALEM (JTA)--De , cation ceremonies for the J0 F. Kennedy Peace Forest in t Jerusalem Hills will be h, next November 22, the fil anniversary of the assassi tion of the President, 1V Bressler, president of the Je ish National Fund of Ameri announced. Subscribe to Federated Fur St. Vincent de Pai Help the Handicapped 1001 Fairview E. MA. 3-1492 Seaitl4 Williams & Mauseth INSURANCE BROKERS Agents of Western Pacific Insurance Co. Division of Carrall Mortgage Ca 414 Olive Way MA. 4-3890 Restful Manor Nursing Homel -- NATIONALLY ACCREDITED-- Convalescent and Nursing Care Registered Nurses 24 Hours 3610 Empire Way South i :s. Alber -retary, M: f; recodin Caplan; c lary, Mrs. inSUrer, Mz aStees, Mrs s. Ben Hal nl Ra, tches s t Presid fla. The next r .eeting will }:30 a.m., at arl Sterner: ' Bellevue. ---.-_____ $4,000,00 LOS ANG] 5s Angeles 'e Aged is a ,000,000 e: hich will d, ,r residents 'h e Home, s Ldents. Wt ra is corn l addition i, long-t i ! as Well a,. Home is 11 ary eontr Ubscrlbe t"--'-"o Sans o00:'S OOF PArkway 5-280  SteWART [ served as ring bearer. R o d n e y Palmer w a s best WATER LEVEL RESTAURANT man. Rick Kossen, brother of the bride, and R u d y Schmid Nestled in the were ushers. The bride attended the Uni- Pacific Coast's  el versity of Washington and Mr. mostoutstand,ng \\; .,..,.w-,. i il Marchand attended Glendale . , , City College and the Universi- yacht mcmna.  | 270 Hya ty of Southern California. 'ATwater2-0501 l iifii.61 1500 WESTLAKE NORTH | | hinjuku. A f t e r a honeymoon in San Francisco, California, the cou- ple are making Iheir hon|e iu _ . I I_1 II . I .... I I II II1 -f |-n... Seattle,