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-2 THE TRANSCRIPT Monday, July '16, 1962 SYLVIA CALER, Editor . Management Committee A'ehie S. Katz, Chairman; Samuel G. Holcenberg, Sam Prottas Roy G. Rosenthal. Mrs. William Weinstein Son to Goldbergs Mr. and Mrs. J: Irwin Gold- berg announce the birth of a son, Howard Eli, on June 24. He joins a sister, Deborah Beth, age 2.- Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Milstein Of New York City and Mrs. H. E. Goldberg, of Seattle, after Officc llours: Monday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Tuesday thru Friday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (except on pres s day) Room 201; 1017 Fourth Phone MAin 4-0136 Seattle 4, Wash. ]ssued Semi-Monthly (except July-August, with one editimi) Entered as second-class matter July 7, 1949, at the Post Oifice at Seattle, Washington, under Act of March 3, 1870. UNIVERSITY PRINTING CO. Liilda Kay Weds Jerry Golds tone ' whose late husband the baby was named. For Visiting Guests Mrs. Leo Levy honored the following out-of-town guests with a luncheon at her home recently: Mrs. Harold Wile of Louisville, Kentucky; Mrs. Stan Sugar of North Carolina; and Mrs: Annie Michael her house guest of Los Angeles, Califm'nia. Marcuses Visit Here Mr. and Mrs. Harry Marcus !rod as their guests for ten days their son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph" Marcus and their four chil- dren. Their home is in Balti- more, Maryland, where Mr. Marcus, a scientist and chemi- cal engineer and a former cap- tain in the United States Army, is now affiliated as a I civilian with the government, t His brother," Rabbi Benjamin] Marcus resides Wi{h his family I in Cleveland where he is the II. Brodsky and I Naomi Zinder Wed Naomi Zinder, 2910 Fuhrman East, Seattle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Zinder of Tucson, Arizona, became the bride of Harold Brodsky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Brod- sky, on June 24. The marriage took place at the Hillel Foun- dation with Rabbi M. Arthur Oles and Cantor Joseph Fran- kel officiating. Maid of honor was Elizabeth O'Meara, and best man was Dr. Samuel Kaplan, brother-in-law of the groom. Dr. Kaplan's daughters, Eve, Jessica and Perrin, were flower girls. The bride, a graduate of the University of Arizona, is a lab- oratory technician at the Uni- versity Hospital. The groom has a master's degree in ge01- ogy from the University of Colorado and is presently studying at the University of ,Washington for his doctorate in geography. He is working with the Puget Sound Trans- portation Project. The couple will reside in 3eLt while Mr. Brodsky is attending the University here. director of the I-Iillel House for Western Reserve and Case In- stitute. BAR MtT2 cAHS --Wallace Ackerman Piloto MRS. JERRY GOLDSTONE Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sanford each carried long-stemmed Kay announce the marriage of sterling silver roses. their daughter, Linda Frances, i Mr. Goldstone's best man was to Jezly Goldstone, son of Mr .... Kenneth Merport and ushers and Mrs. Ralph Goldstone of were Randall Kay, brother of Portland, Ore., The marriage the b r i d e ; Frank Gliekman, took place at Temple De Hirsch... Rorxei " Amitnn, Rohmt_ert ...,Kinm and was solemnbzed on July 7  , Gene Becker, Day i d Gilbert by Rabbi " 9. and Barry Cap an. Raphael Lewne nd 1 Rabbi Jacob Singer ,, ' - The bridal party also in- l'he bride wore a silk organ- za gown with taffeta bands hd e liuded 2al gaeSn:nrt a wet bows on the bell skirt wtijch',  "' , , ,,_ u/, , ,wept into a chapel train. I-Ier'aY ::rfe"am A|orlcn, can- fingertip imported silk illusion 'c'g  " eJ  h  a ma h Following a honeymoon trip v"l extended "on tc 'ng " " silk organza cluster of roses to California and Nevada, the and she carried white gar- couple will make their home denias. Mrs. Harris W. Sprincin was matron of honor and Anne Rice was m a i d of honor. Brides- maids included Mrs. Kenneth Merport, sister of the groom; Janet LaRoche, Judye Radom, Judy, Rosenfield and S u s a n Popick. All wore identical dresses of white brocade with long sleeves and bell skirts and in Portland. Both attended the University of Washington, where she was affiliated with Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority and he was a member of ZeLa Beta Tau, AI-' pha Epsilon Delta, Purple Shield and Sundodgers. He now attends the University of Oregon School of Medicine and belongs to Nu Sigma Nu. SILVER REALTY We are ready Io .gerze yore" klegds buying or sellfilg homes ot' b.siuess property. ABE SILVER MUtual 2-6516 SEATTLE BONNEY-WATSON FUNERAL DIRECTORS For 93 years funeral services available to all families regardless of income 1702 Broadway EAst 2-0013 "MY FAIR LADY' HERE AUGUST 13 "My Fair Lady" will appear on the Orpheum stage August 13 through September 8. In addition to the evening performances Monday through Satm'day, there Will be mati- nees on Wednesdays and Sat- urdays. The internationally famous Salt Lake Mormon Tabernacle Choir comes to the Arena Aug- ust 15 and 16, at 8:30 p.m. This great choral organization, with '_]its blending of 375 voices, will render selections from all phases of musical writing. Tickets for both attractions may be purchased at the Bon Marche ticket office, Walter's in the University district, Farmer's in Burien, and Bell Book and Candle in Bellevue. THERE ARE A TOTAL of 850 acres of public parks in Israel. About 40 percent of the park area is in Jerusalem, with the remainder in some 25 other cities and t o w n s throughout the country. (JTA) DON'T LET WORRY SPOIL YOUR TRIP You'll be able to really relax and enjoy your vacation, if you've protected yourself financially against any mishaps that could occur on a trip! For a worry-free vacation .... take insurance with you. INSURE YOUR HOME BEFORE YOU GO LIPMAN & ESFELD 401 Smith Tower  MA. 4-2631 MORTON PINCH  ABE J. GOLDMAN Photo by Waiters Studio GARY KAUFMAN Gary Alan Kaufman will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple De Hirsch on Satur- day, July 21 at 10:45 a.m. A Kiddush will be held at the Temple immediately following services. Gary is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted A. Kaufman and grandson of Mrs. Archie Kauf- man. MORRIE EISENBERG Morrie Eisenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Eisenberg, will celebrate his Bar Mi'tzvah Saturday, July 28, at 9 a.m. at Machzikay Hadath Shul, 152 26th Avenue. Friends are invited to wor- :;hip with the family and at- tend the Kiddush which will be held immediately following I the services. I I Photo hy H. Paul Newman RICItARD BIALOCK Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Bialock announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son Richard at Temple De Hirsch on Saturday, July 28 at 10:45 a.m. A Kiddush will follow the services. Richard is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Gray of Winnipeg, Canada. July Fourth Baby Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Porad announce the birth of Steven Howard's brother, Gary Lee, born July 4. Gary Lee's grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Abe Nord of Salt Lake City, Utah, and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Porad of Mercer Island. Kentucky Visitors Mrs. Edward Levy of 3814 33rd Avenue has as house guests her parents and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wile and Marilyn, of Louisville, Ken- tucky. The visitors will also attend the World's Fair during their stay in Seattle. CLASSIFIED TIlE VANCOUVER Schara Tzedeck requires the serv- ices of a Baal Musaf for their Auxiliary Service for the coming lligh Holidays. Apply Services Committee, Schara Tzedeck Synagogue, 3476 Oak Street, Vancouver, British Columbia. FOR RENT: Downtown HalL, suitable for dances, receptions, parties, business con- ferences. Good parking. Moderate price. " - MA. 3-5967 --Photo by M. Budd Rosenthal PIIILIP MEYERSON Philip "Pip" Meyerson will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple De Hirsch on Satur- I day, August 4 at" 10:45 a.m. I "Pip" is the son of Mr. and i Mrs. Abe Meyerson and the I grandson of Mrs. Sara Rosen- I thal. A Kiddush will be held im- mediately following the serv- ices, to which all are invited. An open house will be held at the home of "Pip's" parents, 1866 East Shelby, that evening from 8 o'clock. In Seattle for the happy oc- casion are Mrs. Julius Lefko- witz and her son Steven from Brooklyn, New York, "Pip's" aunt and cousin. MARTIN GENAUER Mr. and Mrs. Jack Genauer announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son. Martin Jay, on Sat- urday morning, August 11, at 8:45 a.m., at Congregation Bi- kur Cholim, 17th and Yesler Way. A Kiddush reception will be held in the Vestry following the services. All relatives and friends are cordially invited. Weds in Idaho MRS. MARK LOWNEY Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Po- rad announce the marriage of their daughter, 'Susan Carol, to Mark Roy Lowney, son of Mr: and Mrs. Sam H. Lowney. The ceremony took place June 13 in Boise, Idaho. Both attended the University of Washington. The b r i d e, a member of Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority, was active in the Young Democratic Group on campus and the Roosevelt High School Alumni Club: Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph pora& Mr. Lowney was affiliated W i t h Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity. , After an extended honey- moon in Nevada and Califor- nia, the couple plan to make their home in Seattle. Sephardic Brotherhood Golf Tourney July 29 The Seattle Sephardic Broth- erhood's annual golf tourna- ment will be held at Jefferson Golf Course Sunday, July 29. Play is open to all paid-up members, their sons and pros- pective members. Trophies and prizes will be awarded and refreshments will be served following completion of tourney. For further information con- tact Victor Peha, PA 3-9377, or Gabriel Amira at PA 5-1881. House Guests Hail From South Africa Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Shal- L'on have as their house guests their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Abram Noves of Capetown, South Africa who are on a six months' world tour. They have visited with family and friends in Europe, Israel, Canada, and the United States. While here they have been widely enter- tained and they are enjoying Seattle's Century 21 Fair. Fred Bergmans Back; Will Reopen Shop Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bergman have returned to Seattle after a year in Israel. They have reopened their shop, Israel Imports, 2217 4th Avenue, where many new and interesting items which they brought from Israel may be found. " Here From Texas Mrs. Alan Cohn of E1 Paso, Texas, (nee June Krom,/for- merly of Seattle) accompanied by her two children, is visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. David Krom of 2432 35th Avenue. The Jewish Community of Guatemala, which today num- bers some 1,000 persons, was established in the country in .1848.when a group of Jewish mmlgrants from Posen, Ger- many, settled in Guatemala. They were among the pioneers who industrialized the country. (JTA) .... JEWISH MEALS 'By Mildred-Gr0sberg BeHin prominently in the wedding of Author, "The Jewish Cook Book" Mr. and Mrs. Edward Solomon. (Bloeh) CoDyright, 1962, Jewish Telegraphk The Solomons were married in Agency. Inc.) a synagogue in Harbin, Man- churia, at 12 noon on July 12, i912. PICKLED BEEF TONGUE The couple was honored at Beef torigue Comes to us as if it were three completely dif- a golden wedding luncheon in ferent kinds of meat. Fresh the Herzl Conservative Con- tongue has a delicate, bland, gregation Vestry following the but distinctive taste. Smoked, regular S h a b b a t. service on it is pungent and high-fla- July 14. They were also guests vored, w h i 1 e pickled tongue of honor at a reception yester- has the delicious taste of dayatthe home of their corned beef with a completely daughter, Mrs. Louis Garaway. different texture. Today let's consider some of the many ways in which pickled tongue can add variety and zest to our menus. The two recipes select- ed are for complete main dish dinners, but slices of the tongue, hot or cold, may also be used for hearty sandwiches or in combination with o t h e r smoked or pickled meats. The tongue may be chopped as hash, or minced and blended with eggs and sauteed onion in omelets. Small cubes added to potato salad give it added pro- tein nourishment. Since tongue has almost no waste and is all lean meat, it is much more economical than. corned beef, although it can be used for al- most the same purposes. A larg e tongue makes 10-12 por: Lions, and may be used for more than one meal. Pickled tongue is Cooked in l exactly the same manner as corned beef. It is covered with cold water and a tablespoon of mixed pickling spice added for each three pounds of m edt. After it is brought to a boil, the pan is covered, ahd the tongue is simmered for at least one hour per pound, until it is fork tender. After it is cooked, and while it is still warm, the skin is removed. Some of the liquid in which the tongue is cooked may be strained and reserved to use in reheating the meat or for such recipes as the Tongue Boiled Dinner. This dish is similar to the one called a New England Boiled Dinner which is made of corned beef. The second recipe, Pickled Tongue in Vegetable S a u c e, combines the sliced tongue with a sauce which is specially seasoned to blend with pickled meat. When it is prepared, the tongue actually takes on a new, mellow taste. With the peas, celery, carrots, and to- mato combined with the meat, and the mashed potatoes sur- rounding it, this recipe too is a complete main dish for din- ner. With both recipes, a simple, :oolrtasting dessert such as an ice is suggested. PICKLED TONGUE BOILED DINNER 8 medium carrots, peeled 6 medium potatoes, peeled 6 turnipsi peeled 1 /z lbs. firm cabbage / of a large pickled tongue, cooked 1 No. 2 can whole beets 3 cups liquid in which. tongue was cooked Cook carrots, potatoes and turnips in the tongue liquid for 20 minutes. Meanwhile, cut the cabbage into 6 sections. A d d the cabbage and cook about 15 minutes longer, until all the vegetables are ten d er. Slice the tongue, add to the vege- - ............ tables and cook until heated. Heat the beets separately. Drain off all liquid both the meat and the beets. Ar- range the tongue slices in the center of a platter, and arrange the carrots, potatoes, turnips, Cabbage and beets around: them Serve with mustard' pickies. This amount makes 51 to 6 lcortions. fr year. Subscription price $3.00. Edward Solomons Fete 50th Year The number 12 figured Mr. Solomon, 78, and hi wife Rachel, 75, are natives of Russia and have lived in Seattle since 1915. He founded the S o 1 o m o n Shippers' Sup: plies Company, a packaging- materials firm, in the early 1920's. He has been retired since 1956. of 26th The Solomons, 918 Avenue, are long-time mem- bers of Herzl Congregation, They also have three grand- children, and a nephew, A!c Barrat of Seattle, whom they reared. Lederman-Finegold Nuptials , 7., --Yuen Lui Photo MRS. ALVIN FINEGOL1) Married to "the boy next baby orchids and stephanotis. door" is Mrs. Alvin Samuel Wedding attendan'ts were Finegold (Lana Eileen Leder- Mrs. Hans Wehl, Judy Carp, man). The couple will spend a Leida Kessler, Judith Warshal, three-week h o n e y m o o n in Stanley Bloch, Robert Baron. northern California followed sky, Raymond Benezra and by t e m p o r a r y residence in David Schneider. Marsha Rome Portland, Oregon. l was maid of l:fonor and Law- The bride, daughter of Mr. rence Finegold was his broth- and Mrs. Mack E. Lederman, er's best man. chose Herzl Conservative Con- The bride, a junior at the gregation for her wedding on University of Washington, Was Sunday, July 1. president of Phi Sigma Sigma She wore a f 1 oo r I e n g t hlsorority. She. was a member of gown of im po r t e d chantillylYWCA Cabinet Panhelleni* lace and tulle over rustlinglCouneil and sigma Epsil? taffeta. The back of its bouf: Sigma h'onorary. The groom rant skirt was designed with graduated cure laude from the three tiers of pleated tulle in- University of Washingt0Yi set with wedges of lace to formwhere he affiliated with Zeta a border. The basque bodice Beta Tau fraternity and Beta had long sleeves and an oval Alpha PS i honorary. H e is th.fl scalloped neckline. The bride son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris carried a Bible covered with Finegold, ...._...._....... P. X. SOOPER MARKET BELLEVUE'S ECONOMY SHOPPING CENTER BELLEVUE and LAKE HILLS 1423 FOURTH AVENUE MAin 3-4509 Continental Menu 300Dishes to Choose From Fine Foods-- Cocktails SALMON ROYAL ttTHE KING OF THE SEA" ANNOUNCES 611 The Openh00g of a Store for SEAFOOD CONNOISSEURS at BROADWAY EAST . . . SEATTLE, WASHINGTON (next door to the Iiqnor store) OUR SPECIALTY Prime, fresh smoked Puget SoundKing, short and long cured smoked Silver and Fall Salmon, according to Scandinavian and other renowned European formulas, with sugar, spieesand saltas an enhancing flavor only. 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