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Page Two Women's Division Workers' Rally April 15 A buffet was held at "The Cirque" to meet Mrs. A. Pilavin, National Women's Division Chairman. To Be Married Mr. and Mrs. Simon Krimsky of Seattle announce the engagement of their daughter Donna, to Mr. Paul L. Weiner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton M. Weiner of Oroville, Calif. Mr. Weiner is a graduate eli King's Point, New York. The young couple will be married June 7. TRAVELERS Mrs. Rose Beacken (formerly Rose Grinspan) and her son Charles have left for a 2 week vacation in New York to attend the wedding of their cousin, Mr. Harry Grinspan, son of Mr. & Mrs. Meyer Grinspan of Brooklyn which will take place May 3. They will also visit other relatives, including their cousins, Rabbi and Mrs. Samuel Berenbaum of the Mirror Yeshiva in Brooklyn. Have DINNER TONIGHT at lhe TOP O' THE TOWN Meet A'll Your Friends OUR ONLY ENTREE Prime Ribs of Beef Sorrento Hotel Terry at Madison MA. 6400 ""IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlUUlIIIIlIIIIIllUIIIlIIlUIIlUlUUUlUUIIIHlIIlUp' CITY OF HOPE CANCER GUILD MEETING MAY 11 The Seattle City of Hope Cancer Guild will hold its next meeting on Monday, May i1, at Temple de Hirsch at 12:30 p.m. Nominating Committee C h air - man, Mrs. Samuel Aronson will pre- sent the following slate of officers for election for the coming year: Mesdames Herbert Meltzer, presi- dent; Bertram Schatz, first vice president; Samuel Glant, second vice president; Lawrence Oseran, corresponding secretary; Irving Jaffe, recording secretary, and Syd- ney Margolis, treasurer. Nomina- tions from the floor will be in order and the election will take place at the meeting. The City of Hope, located in Duarte, Calif., stands on 75 acres near the base of the beautiful Sier- ra Madre Mountains. In this re- markable climate, thousands of vic- tims of major chest diseases, inchJd- ing cancer of the lung have been restored to normal life again. No patient at the City of Hope pays for care and treatment, and the policy o the hospital is non- sectarian. The growth of the can- cer Hospital depends entirely on friends and supporters and the 140 auxiliaries throughout the nation. A dessert lunch will be served and a program will follow the meet- ing. Non members are cordially in- vited to attend and acquaint them- selves with this new humanitarian organization. CONVALESCENT Mr. Sam Poliak, recovering at home from a recent cataract opera- tion, has been receiving many visi- tors, among whom was Rabbi Doug- las of Herzl Synagogue. Mr. Po- liak's daughter, Mrs. E. W. Caswell of Lafayette, Calif., came to Seattle to be with her father during his stay at the hospital. KIDS HAVE WONDERFUL TIME AT B'NAI B'RITH SUMMER CAMP! NEOTSU, OREGON CAMPING SESSIONS AND FEES FOR 1953 Boys' First Session 6/28 to 7/17 ............................. $68.50 Boys' Second Session 7/19 to 7/31 .......... 47.00 Girls' Session 8/2 to 8/21 .......................................... 68.50 Fees Include Transportation to and From Camp From Portland REGISTER THIS WEEK--DON'T BE TOO LATEi Mrs. Z. Rosencrantz--FR. 9138 LEAVITT BROTHERS Nationally Advertised Woman's Apparel "Always Less than Wholesale" 1920 4th Avenue THE TRANSCRIPT ORT May Luncheon To Be at 'Top of the Town' The May Luncheon of the Seattle Chapter, Women's American ORT will be held Tuesday, May 26th at the Top of the Town, Sorrento Ho- tel. The installation of officers for the coming year will be held at that time. The newly-elected officers for the 1953-54 year are: President, Mrs. George Schuster; 1st Vice Pres., Mrs. Maynard Ross; 2nd Vice Pres., Mrs. Lee Roy Rosenthal; 3rd Vice Pres., Mrs. Donald Cohan; Corr. Sec'y, Mrs. Morris Kass; Re- cording Sec'y, Mrs. Gerald Walters; Fin. Sec'y and Treas., Mrs. Mark Donner. Elected board members are Mrs. Lem Solomon, Mrs. Samuel Walters, and Mrs. Meyer Lurie. Honor Roll pins will be awarded to those members who have earned them during the past year. All members and friends of Women's American ORT are invit- ed to attend this luncheon. For res- ervations, checks should be mailed to Mrs. Maynard Ross, ticket chair- man, 2553 34th West. Price of the luncheon is $2.50. JCRS Donors' Luncheon On May 13, at 12:30, in the Wind- sor Room of the New Washington Hotel, the Jewish Consumptive Re- lief Society donors' luncheon will :take place. Mrs. Lawrence Weiss, general chairman of the affair, announces an entertaining as well as enlight- ening program has been planned. The invocation will be given by i Rabbi Michael Robinson of Temple De Hirsch; greetings by Mrs. Sam- J uel Arron and Mrs. Milton Rosen, presidents of the two chapters; a talk by Dr. John H. Fountain, di- rector of tuberculosis control and associate of Washington's Firland Sanatorium; a vocal solo by Mr. Leon Israel, well-known lyric tenor, accompanied by Miss Carol Fin- geroth, recent winner of the Na- tional Federation auditions in New York City. Mrs. George Edelson of Chicago, president of the National Council of JCRS Auxiliaries will be the principal guest speaker. Reservations may be made with Miss Zeeve a Ea. 1787, or El. 5001, or with Mrs. Jack Arnold, Ga. 7137. ENGAGED Mr. and Mrs. Morris H. Berman announce the engagement of their daughter, Sonia Vivian, to Dr. Mitchell F. Ehrlich, son of Mrs. Lea Ehrlich, and the late Meyer Ehrlich of Butte, Montana. Miss Berman, formerly with the Indian Service, Dept. of the Inte- rior, came to Seattle with her fam- ily from Washington, D.C., four years ago. She attended Corcoran Art School and is a graduate of the Beall School of Music in Wash- ingon, D. C. She is active in local Hadassah work. Her fiance is a member of the American Dental Association, Mon- tana State Dental Association, and American Society of Dentistry for Children. He is a trustee of the Baron de Hirsch Lodge, B'nai B'rith of Butte, of which organiza- tion he is Past President. He completed his pre-dental course at the University of Wash- ington, and graduated from Kansas City-Western Dental College. His fraternity is Alpha Omega, Na- tional Dental Fraternity. An early wedding is planned, and the couple will make their home in Butte. Hadassah Open Meeting The Annua May Meeting of Seat- tle Chapter Hadassah will be held Thursday evening, May 7, at 8 p.m. in the Temple Center Auditorium, to which all Hadassah members, their husbands, and friends are cor- dially invited. Mrs. Morris L. Bender, president, will present and install the new of- ricers for the coming year and give her annual report on the accom- plishments of the Seattle Chapter the last twelve months. For the second consecutive year, Mrs. Samuel Minkove will receive a Special Award for her efforts in developing the Year Book to its present high standard. At the same time honorable mention will be given to others who have worked diligently on this project. Mrs. Ben Lerner, accompanied by Mrs. Lucy Herman will sing, after which a reception honoring the new officers will be held. This being the final meeting of Hadassah's fiscal year, the officers hope that the community will turn out en masse to participate. PIONEER MOTHER- DAUGHTER LUNCHEON The Seattle Chapter Pioneer Women will hold their annual Mother-Daugh'ter Luncheon and Card Party at the home of Mrs. S. Leopold, 315 25th Ave. Mrs. Gil- bert Veno and Mrs. G. Feinberg are co-chairmen of the affair. Host- esses are Mesdames N. Anches, G. Mintz, J. Pearl, M. Abrams, D. Wegodsky, Dave Fuxon, H. Russak, N. Levitt and P. Poplack. There will be a special Mother's Day reading by Mrs. M. Steinberg, which will be followed by Bridge, Bingo and Canasta. All proceeds from the luncheon will go to Israel towards the large i building project presently under way. The affair is open to all mem- bers and friends. ANNUAL JOINT LAG BAOMER PICNIC The annual Lag Baomer picnic, this year sponsored by the Sephar- dic Bikur Holim and the Ezra Bes- i saroth Congregations will be held I. . m Lincoln Park, on Sunday, May 3. O r g a n i z e d transportation will leave from the Talmud Torah build- ing at 10:15 a.m. The picnic is sched- uled until 4:30 p.m. The following have been invited by the Sephardic Congregations to participate in the picnic in addition to their own group: The Seattle He- brew School, the Bikur Cholum Re- ligious School, and the Yeshivah Rabeinu Chaim Ozer. Pi Tau Pi's To Honor Mothers at Temple Service Friday Evening, May 8 As has been the custom for many years, services at Temple De Hirsch on Friday, May 8, will be Pi Tau Pi Fraternity Mothers' Night. On this occasion each lady attending Temple receives a flower from the boys of the fraternity and members of the group participate in the services. SAM MOTHERS AND WIVES TO HOLD SPRING LUNCHEON All members and friends of Sigma Alpha Mu Mothers and Wives Club are invited to our Annual Spring Luncheon and Card Party 12:30 p.m., May 14, at the Chapter House 4714 17th N.E. Please make reservations with Mrs. H. Zeidman, Fr. 2491; Mrs. N. Kulman, Fr. 0881 or Mrs. N. Becker Pr. 6150. Mrs. H. C. Burnham Drapery Shop 1123 Howell St. -- EL. 2937 CUSTOM MADE DRAPES Expert, experienced workmanship on your own material. Either hand or machine made. Draperies, beautifully made, lined, only $6.00 a pair. Unlined for only-- CURTAINS, SLIPCOVERS AND BEDSPREADS Pair 4.00 CLARA'S KOSHER CATERING RESTAURANT--COMPLETE DELICATESSEN LINE Selling American Kosher Sausage from Boston with Approval of Rabbis of Seattle Caterinq for Small or Larqe Affairs a Specialty MRS. CLARA SCHLOSSBERG, Proprietor 1426 E. Madison St. Phone: EA. 1806 May 4, 1953 UN SIDELIGHT Mrs. Golda Myerson, Israel's La- bor Minister, came, spoke, and con- quered at the United Nation's de- bate on the Communist anti-Jewish policy. Her appearance had a dra- matic effect. Some delegations, after listening to Mrs. Myerson's presentations, thought it a very good idea to have women as cabinet members. Inci- dentally, some were under the mis- taken impression that Mrs. Myer- son came to the United Nations session as a permanent head of the Israeli delegation. This was not the case. The permanent head is Am- bassador Abba Eban. Mrs. Meyer- son's mission was limited to the present session of the UN assem- bly, primarily to the debate on the new Soviet anti-Jewish policy. She will return to Israel in a few days to resume her post as Minister of Labor. ATTENTION: A. E. PHI ALU/S! Swing your partners DO-SI-DO! Bring a guest and come for an eve- ning of fun May 9 at the American Legion Hall, 911 E. 50th at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $3.00 per couple, and all proceeds go to charity. Co-chairmen for the Square Dance are Sally Grieff and Betty Wolf stone. BIKUR CHOLIM INSTALLS The Bikur Cholim Sisterhood an- nounces the following slate of offi- cers for the forthcoming year: pres- ident, Mrs. Aaran Katsman; First vice president, Mrs. Ben Richlen; second vice-president, Mrs. Nathan Sulman; treasurer, Mrs. Alexander Shafron; recording secretary, Mrs. A1 Diamond; financial secretarY, Mrs. Ben Brill. These officers will be installed bY Mrs. Gersion Appel at the Sister- hood's Annual Mothers and Daugh" ters luncheon to be held in the ves- try room of the synagogue on Thursday afternoon, May 28, at 12:30 p.m. REGISTRATION RIMINDER SEATTLE HEBREW SCHOOL The Seattle Hebrew Day School and the Talmud Torah afternoon school remind herewith all parents that registration for both depart- ments is still open. All children 5 years old within this calendar year are eligible for Hebrew Day School kindergarten. Children 6-8 years old will be accepted for Talmud Torah after- noon beginners classes. Tuition for the Talmud Torah is $7.50 monthly for 12 months. Registration must be completed in person by parent. Hours: 9:30- 11:30 a.m., 4-5:30 p.m. Spring Social Luncheon Of Ezra Bessaroth Auxiliary The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Congregation Ezra Bessaroth will hold their next meeting May 11 at 1:00 p.m. This will be their Spring Social Luncheon and the committee is planning an excellent program. All members are urged to attend and a baby-sitter will be provided for those with small children. COUNCILETTES, ATTENTION The date of our coming Tolo has been changed to May 6. Please con- tact any Councilette for further de- tails. ACCURATE DRY CLEANERS WE CLEAN WITH PERCHLORETHYLENE OR SOLVENT YOUR CHOICE OR LEAVE IT TO US Finest Cleaninq in the Northwest 2510 E. Cherry CA. 8844 BONNEY-WATSON CO. J. E. 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