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Page Four MARION ROSE, Managing Editor CLARA S. NIEDER, Associate Editor Office hours: Monday thru Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m, 727 Seaboard Building • Phone SEneca 0136 • Seattle 1, Washington Single Copy 10c $3.00 Per Year Issued Semi-Monthly, excepting July and August with one edition Entered as second-class matter July 7, 1949, at the Post Office at Seattle, Washington, under Act of March 3, 1870 *.,': UNIVERSITY PRINTING CO. Engagement Announced in Richland The engagemen| of Miss Esther Levy to Mr. Ike Mayo was announced at a dinner party given for the couple at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Leeser in Richland, Washington. Miss Levy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Levy of Seattle. She attended the University of Washington • and was a former Seattle Seafair Princess. Mr. Mayo is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mayo. Ile attended Seattle University and the University of Washington, --Walters Photo where he Miss Esther Levy and Mr. Ike Mayo affiliated with Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. A June wedding is planned. Community Registration for the Jewish Community Center Nursery Pro- gram will remain open untiPOc- tober 14, announced Mrs. Irving S i d e 11, Children's Committee chairman. Registration is only open to children who are three years of age, and is conducted at the Temple De Hirsch. Since the holiday period coincided with the opening of the Nursery, registra- tion was extended. Mrs. Mildred Lund, a member of the Center staff, will direct the nursery programs. Mrs. Lurid is recognized as one of the outstand- ing nursery teachers in the area. Mrs. Lund is assisted by Mrs. Marjorie Johnson who has had many years of nursery experi- ence. Further information regarding the nursery program is available by calling the Center at Se. 8431. Center News Colored Movies of the 1957 Day Camp will be shown on Monday, October 14, at 8:15 p.m., at the Center, at the gathering of the parents of 1957 Day Campers. Plans for the 1958 season will be discussed, and Mrs. Irving Side]l, chairman of the Children's Committee, will preside. A Succoth Ball will open the social activities for adult mem- bbrs of the Center on Saturday evening, October 12, at 9 p.m. Traditional decorations and re- freshments will be featured, and there will be dancing to the music of Alex Goldman and his band. All adult members and their friends are invited to at- tend. A nominal charge will be made. THE TRANSCRIPT Seatileile Engaged To Miss Leona-Milstein Of New York City Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Milstein of New York announce the en- gagement of their daughter, Le- ona lIarriet, to Mr. Irwin Gold- berg, son of Mr. and Mrs. IIyman E. Goldberg of this city. Miss Milstein is a graduate of New York University where she received a master's degree in psy- chology. She is a consulting psy- chologist with the New York City Board of Education. Mr. Goldberg is a graduate of the University of Washington. The bride-to-be will arrive in Seattle on October 12 for a 10- day visit. The wedding date has been set for November 10, and will t/ke place at the St. Moritz Hotel, in New York City. Hillel News On Friday, October 11, Hillel's first service of the season will be a Succoth service to take place at 4 p.m. The Oneg Shabbat will be conducted in the Succah which was built by the students. Friends and relatives are welcome to at- tend this celebration. Dr. Frank Rosenthal, Director of the Hillel Foundation at the University .of Washington, an- nounced that several classes at Hillel will,begin during the week of October 21, when the follow- ing classes will be offered: Be- ginner' Hebrew, Intermediate Hebrew, and Reading of Modern Hebrew Literature. Workshops in Basic Judaism and Folk Dancing will also be offered• Members of the commu- nity are invited to participate in these classes• For further infor- mation call Ke. 1060. Alpha Epsilon Pi Wins Scholarship Awards The University of Washington Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi Fra- ternity has been presented two National Awards for Scholal"ship. The Scholarship Improvement Trophy and the First-On-Campus Plaque were presented to Lou Felsenthal, member of the Seattle Chapter, at the Fraternity's Na- tional Convention recently held in Milwaukee, Wis. Alpha Epsilon Pi topped 29 other fraternities at the Univer- sity of Washington in Scholar- ship. Bar Mitzvah 7 October .12 I00OWI At the BRIGADIER... DANCING NIGHTLY To Capitol Recording Star'--Arthur Murray Favorite J C HUY REYES HIS PIANO AND HIS QUARTETTE " s s Fresh .from such successes as 3 months at the New Tropicana, in Las Vegas, 68 weeks at the Eden Roc Hotel in Miami Beach, and the Mocambo in Los An- geles, comes Mexico's great pianist fea- turing his cafe society music. El", NEW WY-SHINGTOI%T Second Avenue at Stewart Street Jeffrey Alan Applebaum Mr. and Mrs. George Apple- baum announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Jeffrey Alan to take place on Saturday morning, Oc- tober 12, at 9 a.m. at Bikur Cho- lira Congregation. There will be a kiddush recep- tion in the Vestry Rooms follow- ing the service. Sharing in this happy occasion will be Jeffrey's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Feinberg, and Mrs. Lillian Hoch- man of Newark, N. J., who is already in Seattle on a visit before the Bar Mlt.vah. Jeffrey will have his great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Roltbord, and Mrs. Goldie Feinberg at his Bar Mitzvah, Marriage October 7, Planned For January Kaminske Photo Miss Ellie Dee Silverstone and Mr. Alan Robert Lichter The engagement of Miss'Ellie Dee Silverstone, daughter of Mrs Elliott Silverstone and the late Mr. Silverstone, to Mr Alan Robert ' Lichter, son of Mrs. Harry Lichter and the late Mr. Lichter, ot Los Angeles, formerly of Boston, Mass., has been announced bY her mother. Miss Silverstone attended the University of Washiltff , ton, where she affiliated with Alpha Epsilon .Phi. Mr. Lichter attended Boston University. He is presently roost,  tional counselor at the Jewish Family and Child Service, and YoutB Director for Herzl Congregation. The young couple have set theit' wedding date for January 12, 1958. ' ': SummerWedding Planned Miss Arlene Ruth Mosler Mr. and Mrs. George R. Mosler announce the engagement of their daughter, Arlene Ruth to Mr. Joseph Schuster, son of Dr. and Mrs. Boris Schuster. The news was revealed at an informal family gathering on Thursday, September 26. Miss Mosler attended the University of Washington and is a member of Sigma Theta Pi sorority. Her fiance is a pre-medical student at the University of Washington and is affiliated with Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity. The couple plan an early summer wedding. LADLES AUXILIARY TO ! DENVER MEDICAL CENTER Monday, October 9 is the date set for the regular monthly meet" ing of the Seattle Ladies Aux' iliary to the Ame'ican Medic Center at Denver, to be held the Eastside "Y", with the snack luncheon and social hoUr at 12 noon. The week of •October 20 through 26 has been designated as cinef" area Week by the National Of" .fice, and the Evergreen Chapter and the Seattle Ladies AuxiliarY. will have members serving booths in the lobby of the local theatre showing Cinerama for the after" : noon and evening performanceS, to distribute literature describ" ing the work of the sanitariUra in Denver. Volunteers serving, i will be the Mesdames Salvo CaP" eloto, I. Raban, Hyman Selesnicl˘, Paul Schwartz and LawrenCe: Weiss. ,I Tuesday, October 29, will bel the day that members of the,: group will aid in filling envelope. for the yearly campaign of the!: Anti-Tuberculosis League of Ki$1 County, at their'headquarters 1: the Arcade Building. d The Annual Luncheon .':: Card Party will be held on Tbut.I:!' day, November 14 at the TcvaPJ=:° Center, and the Rummage Sar will take place in December 3: the Pike Place Market. A {: to Mrs. Salvo Capeloto at ..i 9700 or to Mrs. Lawrence Wel at VIo. 9746, will bring some°.,i  to your door to pick up your .d.zA: carded clothing or merchandZ; Watch future issues of the Tra;: cript for more details on the  nual Luncheon and Card partY:,