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2 THE TRANSCRIPT Monday, June 5, ]961 |l @ Author of "Modern Jewish Meals and II  the "Jewish Cook Book" 0 chicken it has been said [around the chicken pieces. Mar- that there are more recipes for l inate in the refrigerator for at ......... - .. , l least three hours. Line a broiler n-au.g ic ulan aoIes on wnlcnl .._ . "nun foil an  " .... .... iwlm amnu u place Sst:::; cmLSewSerVne'Ithe pieces of chicken, side by 1 Y " ' Y -t side and skin down, on the foil. Lion has delighted in this tooth-IBroil with the tdn of the chick-1 some bird. In Jewish cooking it le n five inches from the source! is synonymous with Shabbasiof heat, until lightly browned, and holiday meals--a tradition ltur n over and brown the skin that finds an echo in the qld , , , - h b,, memcan custom of chmken for evenly over the chicken pieces Sunday dinner, and place the pan in an oven In recent years poultry breed- heated to 350 dogs. F. Bake until ing in tle country has made the chicken is tender. Allow such advances that choice, fine- about one hour for the total fleshed bh:ds of any age re- cooking time. "This makes four quired are easily available at portions. all times. In general, the use to CtlICKEN BAKED WITH which the c/hicken is to be put determines lhe type which CURRANT SAUCE should be purchased First, there 1 large cut-up broiler-fryer are the broiJer-fryers, 1Vz to 3 1/z teaspoon salt pounds ready-to-cook wei-ht t % teaspoon white pepper very young and tender enough :/4 cup unsifted all-purpose to be prepared, as the rmc flour suggests, by broiling or frying A cup Kosher parve margarme, Next come the plump hensl melted known as pullets, up to 4 pounds Currant Sauce ready-to-cook w e i g h t, which "/4 cup currant jelly like capons, are best roasted, l/ cup orange juice And last are the old fowl, rich; 1 teaspoon dry mustard in flavor and meaty, but no % teaspoon ground ginger. longer tender. These require Pat chicken dry with paper long simmering and produce towels. In a small paper bag Sharon Elaine Pease daugh- the flavorsome chicken soup so combine the salt, pepper and ,r nf Mr nd Mrs Howard J " i " ' " " .............. cherished in Jew sh cooking, as flour. Shake the chicken pmces,]pe e and Irvin,, Amon son of well as the meat from whmh one at a time, n the ba until l ........... all dishes requiring cook ed well coated. Place side by side r[an onrS.iacK Smo:, V::z chicken are made. in a baking dish and pour the/ ......... , ,h ah To check the tenderness of a ]margarine evenly over eaeh tofqi'%q00/e00 ........ .............. chicken feel the breast bone. piece. Cover the pan, and bake The bride wore a gown of If it is soft and flexible the bird lat 375 degs. F. about 40 minutes, silk bouquet taffeta styled on is still youthful. One simple wayiuntil almost tender. Heat the princess lines. The portrait neck- to test whether chicken will/remaining ingredients for the .cook quickly or more slowly is sauce until the jelly melts, then line, "bodice and chapel train .to boil the giblets first. If the pour the-sauce over the chicken.  Were accented with appliques gizzard becomes tender fast, IContinue ba kin g uncovered of re-embroidered Alencon lace embroidered in seed pearls. Her the chicken itself will cook very{about 35 minutes longer, until bouffant veil was caught to a quickly, the chicken is very tender, cluster of tiny pearlized flowers 'The broiler-fryer, once known Baste occasionally with the land she carried a cascade of as spring chickens, have become sauce. This makes 4 servings, white orchids. deservedly popular hecause of t Gall Pease was her sister's the tremendous number of ways SENIOR LADLES maid of honor and bridesmaids they can be pretared. The smal- ler sizes are bestlbroiled..Th MIZRACHI INSTALLS To Wed larger ones may a so be bro le The Senior Ladies Mizrachi In A.mvust if the cooking is completed in a recently installed the following moderately hot oven. This size officers who will serve for the is best too for the many varia- forthcoming fiscal year. Lions of sauteed and fried President; Mrs. A1 Merport; chicken, and an equal number 1st vice president, Mrs. Frank * of baked dishes. As an introduc- Lion to the very large variety of ways in which the broiler-fry- er may be cooked, here are two completely different recipes for their use. WINE BROILED CHICKEN 1 2%-Ib. ready-to-cook broiler-fryer 1A cup vegetable oil. % cup dry white wine % teaspoon garlic powder. % teaspoon white pepper Siegel; 2nd vice president, Mrs. Jacob Oppenheimer; treasurer Mrs. Harry Chaffetz; recordint secretary, Mrs. Simmie Mosler financial secretary, Mrs. Nuchim Steinbrecher. T h e following committee chairmen were also appointed; T e 1 e p h o n e, Mrs. George Goldfied; hospitality, Mrs. Felix Shulman and Mrs: Dora Ziegman; publicity and advisor, Mrs. Ben Brill. The group's annual rummage ;ale is scheduled to take place during the summer. Saleable merchandise is needed. Arrange- ments to have rummage picked up may be made by calling Mrs. A1 Merport, EA. 3-9057. The: Transcript will carry more com- plete information in future is- sues. OPEN HOUSE AT BENBOW JUNE 11 Open House at Camp Benbow will be held Sunday, June 11, from 11 a.m to 4 p.m. The Seat- tle Jewish Camping Association and the Jewish Community Center Camp Operating Com- mittee extend an open invita- tion to the community to visit the camp site that day. Families are encouraged .o bring a picnic lunch, athletic equipment and swim suits. i Qualified staff will be on hand to supervise activities. A. brief program has been planned, in- clpding the presentation to the camp of a new 50 star flag by the Jewish War Veterans. Amon-Pease Nuptials Held MRS. IKVING AMON --Wallace Ackerman Photo were Mrs. Leon Angel, Mrs. Daniel Dimont, Mrs. Abe Kriger and the Misses Carol Cogan and Phyliss Anon, sister of the groom. Solomon Anon was his broth- er's best man and ushers in- cluded David Furies, Richard Nassi, Morris Piha, Irving Romey and Allan Pease, brother of the bride. Following a honeymoon in San Francisco and Las Vegas, the couple will return to Seattle to make their home. Both atte%ded the University of Washington where the groom was affiliated with Alpha Ep- silon Pi Fraternity. NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN NEWS i GOLDEN AGE CLUB. Sever- al changes had to be made in the June programs for the Gol- den Age Club, and they are now set up as follows: June 8--Golden Age Club will attend Dr. Victor ErLich's lec- ture, "Cultural Life in the Warsaw Ghetto," 1:30 to 2:30 p.m., on the 7th floor of the Jewish Community Center. Due to the hour of the lecture, re- Hono00 Bar Mitzvahs Seatt|e Section National Vice-Pres. NCJW Announces Mrs. Eli Resnikoff, ational I 1961-62 Officers vice-president and chairman of The Seattle Section of the Na- the national board of Mizrachi tional Council of Jewish Women announce their new officers for Women of America, will visit in l !il Seattle on June 13 and 14. Atlili workshop and luncheon will bet iii held by the Seattle Mizrachi/iii Women's Chapters in honor of i iii Mrs. Resnikoff. lii: The following slate of officers i were elected by Avivah Chapter ii at their May meeting: President, Mrs. Aaron Katsman; Ist vice- president, Mrs. Jack Genauer; 2nd vice-president, Mrs. Nathan Sulman; 3rd vice-president, Mrs. i Mel Tatel; Recording secretary,! Mrs. Robert Polsky; Financial secretaries, Mrs. William Ross,! Mrs. Victor Angel; Correspond-i ing secretary, Mrs. Charles Jas- sen. Sephardic Sislerhood Plans Israel Aid Tea The Seattle Sephardic Sister- hood will have its annual Aid to Israel Tea at the home of its psident, Mrs. Eli Angel, 5!21 55th South, on Tuesday, June 6, at 2 p.m. Beverly Israel will speak and show films taken during her re- cent trip to Israel. Mrs. Vic Calderon and Mrs. Nessim Israel, co-chairmen of the affair, extend a cordial invi- tation to all to attend. Admis- sion is $1.25 per person and all proceeds will be sent to Israel for the support of a boys' or- phanage. ISRAEL IMPORT SHOP NOW MANAGED BY MRS. L. MICHAELSON Lovers of Israeli arts and crafts will be pleased to learn that although Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bergman have left for an ex- tended stay in Israel, their shop, "Israel Imports", 2217 Fourth Avenue, will continue under the management of Mrs. Louis Michaelson. Mr. and Mrs. Michaelson transferred from Washington, D. C. tO Seattle in 1946. Mr. Michaelson is now with the Se- attle Housing Authority. Th6ir two daughters are Mini, a sen- for at Whitman College, and Judy, a 1961 graduate of Gar- field High School. Mrs. Michaelson has always been attracted to handicrafts and finds the new Israeli work particularly appealing, with its combination of the traditional and the contemporary. The shop will be open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays] through Fridays, and by ap- pointment. Phone MA. 2-2354 or] EA. 2-3469. Seattle Auxiliary AMC Plans Meeting June 14 The Seattle Ladies Auxiliary of the American Medical Cen- ter at Denver will have its clos- ing meeting of the s4ason on Wednesday afternoon, June 14 LEONARD SCHRIEBER --Mulholland Studios Leonard Robert Schrieber, soul of Professor and Mrs. Albert N. Schrieber, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah" on June 10 at 10 a.m. at Temple Beth Am, 6556 35th Ave. N.E. A Kiddush recep- tion will follow. Coming from Chicago for this happy occasion will be Leon- ard's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Juliusbarrett and Mrs. William Schrieber, and his aunts, Mrs. Robert Barrett and Miss Jeariette Schrieber. In honor of Leonard and his out of town guests, open house will be held on Sunday, June 11 from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the home of the Schriebers, 4905 NE 68th St. All friends are most cordially invited to attend. KENNETH BROCHES The Bar MitZ'vah of Kenneth Broches was held at Temple Beth Am Friday evening, May 26, 1961. Kenneth is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Broches of 7965 10th S.W. Services were conducted by Dr. M. Arthur ales, rabbi of Temple Beth Am. the coming year. They ar e presi- dent, Mrs. Herman Keisler; ad- ministrative vice-president, Mrs. Julian Cohon; vice-presidents, Mesdames Joseph Hirshberg, Jack Faghin, Irwin Wirth, Ralph Schoenfeld; recording secretary, Mrs: Frank Friedman; treasurer, Mrs. Paul Pollack; assistant treasurer, Mrs. Harold Maine, financial secretary, Mrs. Walter Cagen; assistant financial secre- tary, Mrs. john Dinkelspiel; cor- responding secretary, Mrs. Stan- ley Levine. The following women will serve on the elected board: Mes- dames Sydney Weinstein, Joel- Staadecker, Louis Dulien, Abe Jacobson, Norman Friedman, Jerome Gronfein, Walter Stolov, Alvin Katsman, Lawrence Nieder, Ted Carroll, Leroy Leavitt, Donald Enfold and A. J. Goldman. The election was held at the annual May Luncheon on May 11, at Glendale Country Club, and was attended by some 200 Council members. All women of the Greater Se- attle Community are invited to join Council and their Commun- ity Services. All women who wish to join may contact Mrs. Alvin Schoenfeld, AD 2-5539. (Larry), on Saturday, June 10, at 9:00 a.m. at Congregation Bikur Cholim. A Kiddush will follow the services. Honoring Larry, an open house will be held at the family residence, 5531 Seward Park Avenue South, on Sunday eve- Women Plan June 13 Seattle Chapter Pioneer Worn- rill hold their closing luncheon for the season at 12:30 p.m. on June 13 at the home of Mrs.' William Ostroff, 406 21st Ave. Mrs. Jacob Blatt i lostess fat" the affair. Following the luncheon, cards and games will be played and prizes will be given. Mrs: Dave Fuxon, president, extends a cordial invitatio n to all members and friends to at- tend. All proceeds will go to DAVID MEER Israel for Pioneer Women proj- David Meyer, son of Mr. and ects. Mrs. Herbert J. Meyer, was a I recent Bar Mitzvah at Temple _ Beth Am at services held Aprn]l:vergreen Chapter AMC 28. Following services conduct-Itg flinnAr Juno 11 ed by Dr. M Arthur Oles, rabbi ............... . -- , of the Reform Jewish eongre- The Evergreen thaper, gation, a reception was held forl Amerman Medical Center at rel and ue ts Denver, will have a smorgas- atives, friends g s . " ,, Ibord dinner Sunday, June 4, at 7 p.m. at Hospitality ttouse, LAWRENCE JASSEN New College Building Summit North. Mrs. Dave Xovton, chairman Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jansen Assured for Gratz of the dinner, announces that announce the bar mitzvah of their son, Lawrence Edward PHILADELPHIA, (JTA) _ the affair will be catered to 60 Construction of a new building couples, 120 people, and reser- for Gratz College, the oldest vations should be made early tlebrer teacher-training insti-with Mrs. James Rosenbaum, tution in the United States, was EA 4-3619. assured by a grant of an addi- The menu will include a large tional $100,000 by the Philadel- variety of foods and dinner will phia Jewish Federation. The be followed by games and cards, sum raised to $600,000 the total This will be the last activity :apital funds earmarked by the in Seattle in which Mrs. Kay- i medium onion, grated. % teaspoon celery seed , teaspoon powdered thyme V,,, teaspoon salt .teaspoon powdered marjor- am. Have ttm chicken cut into quarters. Place them in a bowl. Combine all the remaining in- gredients and pour this mixture ORDER NOW ! 1961 AUTOS At Tremendous Savings (Not 1960's--We said 1961%) Immediate Delivery Any Make or Model--American or Foreign RALPH GROSSMAN & JOHNNY McFADDEN 6th and Bianchard DENNY REGRADE, SEATTLE 24 Hrs. MAin 3-0581 We Also Have Used Cars BUY - SELL - CONSIGN ( DAMM FINI PRINTING CO. PETER DAMM 406 SMITH TOWER MAin 4-7232 GREETINGS from MOR! SIMON AND HIS ORCHESTRA WEst 5-3613 N freshments will be served at 1 o'clock at the meeting on this date. Dr. Erlich is a member of the faculty of the University of Washington, and specializes in Russian literature. All Golden at the Eastside "Y". The us- Karen Goodman' Age members are urged to take ual noon time snack luncheon Karen Goodman will become advantage of this opportunity o will be served during the social hour preceding the business the bride of Dennis Seinfeld, hear an excellent lecture, meeting. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Seth- June 15--Picnic at Madrona Important reports will he giv- fold of Tacoma, in August. She Park. Members will meet at en about the recently held do- is the daughter of Mrs. Max Madrona Park at 11 a.m. Bring nors luncheon, and by the Pres- Hein of Burlingame, California your own lunches. Cup cakes, ident, Mrs. Nathan Seeker, who and the late Charles Goodman. ice cretan and coffee will be attended the National Biennial Both will be graduated in served, by the Golden Age Club. Convention held in Washington, June from Stanford University. June 22---Golden Anniver- D.C: last month. Also current Following their marriage they sary Party for Mr. and Mrs. Ben events will be presented. will make their home in New Rashbam. The family of Mr. The afternoon will conclude Haven, Connecticut, where Mr. and Mrs. Rashbam and the Gol- with games of cards. Seinfeld will enter Yale Law den Age Club are giving this School. 50th Anniversary P arty, to ATLANTA, Ca., (JTA) U. which all members are invited. S. industrialist Israel Rogosin Mr. Rashbam is the first and announced here that he would A. E. Phi Event To only president the club has had double his $12,500,000 invest- Be Held on June 10 since it started. He is now serv- ment in his rayon and nylon Alpha Delta Chapter of Alpha ing his fourth term. A recep- plant in Ashdod, Israel, over the tion will be held on the 7th next few years. Epsilon Phi Alumni and Moth- floor of the Community Center ors' Club will have a gala party from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., followed ish Women is the group of at Glendale Country Club on by luncheon on the 6th floor at volunteers which we most fre- Saturday, June 10, from 9 p.m. 1:30. The following week theiquently mention to guests and to 12:30 a.m .... , Dancing will be to the music Rashbams plan a honeymoon employees. We feel that their [ of Fran Baker's orchestra, cards vacation in New York. /devotion and enthusiasm and and games will be available and June 29Celebration of June[energy make their contribution | a midnight buffet will be birthdays and anniversaries. /in volunteer activities at King * * * County Hospital outstanding. J served. J Donation is $5.00 per person. Council members please note: When this group first started, Additional volunteer help can we were Skeptical of the suc- I For reservations call Mrs. WiN be used in the dancing class, cess of the program. Now we lliam which meets from 11 to 12:30 we ever Hardman, AT. 3-8054.. wonder how did with- Thursday mornings. It is very out it. NEW rORK, .(JTA)  Gifts informal, and anyone who has Assuring you that volunteer and testamentary bequests tO-any flair for dancing will be activities are an essential part tailing $369,000 were received helpful, of increasing care and that your by Palestine Endowment Funds, * * * efforts are appreciated by the Inc., New York, during the past Harborview Hospital patients, all of the employees, fiscal year, bringing the aggre- Volunteer Service the Administration and the gate funds at present to over As of April, 1961, Seattle Sec- Board of Trustees, we remain $1,000,000 it was announced by tion, National Council of Jew- Sincerely yours, tobert Szold at a meeting of ish Women had provided 3,397 K.K. Sherwood, M. D. It he board of trustees here. total vounteer hours of service General Superintendent to the Harborview Hospital. Mrs..Joseph Hirshberg and JERUSALEM, (JTA)  Jew- Mrs. Joseph Hirshberg, chair- her co-chairman of Harborview ish immigration in April of this man of the Harborview Hospital Volunteers' :Mrs. Lawrence Nie- year was almost three times as Volunteer Service of the Na- der, expressed their thanks to large as in April 1960, the Jew- tional Council of Jewish Worn- all the volunteers in the follow- ish Agency reports today. A to- en, was in receipt of the fol- ing joint statement: "We want tal of 3,300 immigrants arrivedIowing letter of appreciation to thank every volunteer foi- her in Israel in April, compared from the General Superinten-help at Harborview. Hospital. with 1,300 in the same month dent of the hospital: Council women gave more than last year. Mrs. Joseph Hirshberg one-third of the total volunteer - Chairman of Harborview hours at the hospital last year, Volunteers and those who did their share C L A S S I F I E D National Council of Jewish deserve a very great "thank Women you?' We know that each of the CommunitYseeks qualifiedRelatinSperson forAgeneYad- Dear Mrs. Hirshberg: 3,397 total volunteer hours was ministrative duties. Initiative The National Council of Jew-,greatly appreciated." attend. and follow through essential. ning, June 11, from 7 to 10 p.m.. Relatives and friends are cordially invited. No cards have oeen issued. Sharing in the happy occasion are Larry's grandmother, Mrs. William Jansen, and his great- aunt, Mrs. Anna Dolgoff. Out of town guests expected include Mrs. Arthur Brown (Fan Berliner) and daughter, Linda, of San Francisco; Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Levitt of Van- couver, B. C., and Joseph Roth- stein of Chicago. RETIRE BEFORE 65 WITH Part time position. Employ- /ment commences in September. UFE INSURANCE Write The Transcript, 727 Sea- tboard Bldg., Seattle 1. Start your life of leisure when you 1  [[ SEWARD PARK. No view. Lo- want! See us {or a flexible retirement plan Jtcated just off Lucile Street on that fits your desires. The payments are Jlprivate access road. New home surprisingly easy to fit into your budget. J[area with all assessments into II lots. Reduced to $4500 and $4900. Call or come in today for full details on JiOwnerl PA. 3-3405. ' this important insuranceprogram. [1[ ID NTitable fr LIPMAN & ESFELD |il00eceptions, parties, 401 Smith Tower MA. 4-2631 /|bs onferences: Good Ji| parking. Moderate price.. MORTON PINCH ABE J. GOLDMAN Ji MARK ZETIN Mark Irwin Zetin, son of Dr. Mrs. Morris M. Zetin, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, June 17, at 10:45 a.m. at Temple De IIirsch. A Kiddush reception honor- ing Mark will be held in the vestry following the services. Mark is the grandson of Mrs. Sarah Zetin and Mrs. Bertha Blatt. Esrath Noshim Society Schedules Tea June 20 The Esrath Noshim Society will have its annual tea Tues- day, June 20, at 1 p.m. The af- fair will be held at the home of Mrs. Abraham Steinberg, 212 23rd Avenue. Proceeds will be used to benefit the Hospital for Incurables in Israel. Mrs. LibbY Anches, presi- dent, extends a cordial invita- tion to members and friends to ]{i..::i!::::{::]i{ii{::{!;::::{::i::i::i::iii::! ...... :::::#{i{i{]::{ii{i::!::=:i:::`ii::ii]::i!::;:::::::!:::;{::i::i::{{.i}i:: !i] i! iiiil]{i i ii!iiiiiiii ] i iii ":"':':::i:::::: i:i''i::''':iiii4:`>:`': ::!''I:!:I:::.:,:. ................. ii!i!iiiiii7:::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ilr!i!!  ============================================== GOLDEN AGE CLUB CHORAL GROUP gives out, Mrs. Berta Thai directing. Leftto right: Mrs. I liz zose Mrs Anna Landau Lydia Angel, Mrs. Zlmbul Caston, rs. Esther Elmo, Mrs. E abeth A , 'l Mrs. Rose Boonov, Mrs. Mary ternerg, I Federation for the college. The college requested the ad- ditional $100,000 after the archi- tect preparing plans for the new building reported it would be impossible to build a structure meeting the minimum needs of the school with the $500,000 pro- t Max Grinspan Passes Max Grinspan, 75, retired Se- attle merchant, died Wednes- day night, May 25 in St. Cabrini Hospital. Mr. Grinspan, whose home was at 3404 E. Pine St., was born in Poland. He came o Se- atle 50 years ago. He was a member of B'nai B'rith, Congre- gation Bikur Cholim and the Hebrew Free Loan Society. Survivors are his wife Fanny, and daughter, Mrs. Rose Beak- en, Seattle. Son to Sidells Mr. and Mrs. Stan Sidell be- came the proud parents of a son, Mark Howard, born May 21. ton will participate as she and her family will be moving to San Francisco in July. JAKE ROCKOV HEATING OIL CO. Cleanest Heating Oils Auotomafic Servlce and Complete Furnace Repair 24 Hours a day--ME. 3-3410 ACCURATE DRY CLEANERS WE CLEAN WITH PERCHLORETHYLENE OR SOLVENT YOUR CHOICE OR LEAVE IT WITH US Finest Cleaning i. the Northwest 2510 E. Cherry EA. 3-8844 Grandparents of the new ar- rival are Mr and Mrs. Louis Heckman of Portland, Oregon, [" ........... and Mrs. Morris Sidell of Seat-[[[ BONllEY-WATSON I fie. -- /11 I ELIAS SCHULTZ EXHIBITS iii ' _ I Elias Schultz, a local sculptor, II " .... I recently exhibited two of his J[ For 93 years funeral_ [ works at Temple Beth Am. One II services available ta" art J is Rabbi Carrying the Torah II ]amilies regardless of, ] and the other "In Memory of lJ I income J Six Million. 'The latter of these III . I is currently on exhibit at the!ll ..... - _ I F eMuseum ' 1702 Broadway " Schultz is a member of Beth Am., it ISRAEL IMPORTS CONTINUES Mary (Mrs. Lou) Michaelson in charge Offering most gorgeous Israeli Creations AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES Unusual Copper and Brass articles in Patina and Pewter-washed. Ideal for Weddings, Engage- ments, Housewarmings, and for yovr own needs. OPEN DAILY 11 A.M. TO 5 P.M. AND BY APPOINTMENT 2217 Fourth Avenue Phones: (between Blanchard Shop MA. 2.2354 and Bell) Home EA. 2-3469 CURRENI ANNUAL DIVIDEND' PAYAStE OUARTERtY '- } .....