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)CTOBER 28, 1938 THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT cA II yZa&apos; atzOeP00 Peace Urge00 Io O R N I Z A T I () N S A.Cl.i/00:axi:}00 Talmud Torah tterzl lunior Guild Sl)ooks! Go to the lterzl vestry Saturday 'it 9 p.m. investigate a ]terzl Junior Guihl masqu(wa(le cabaret party. show, nddnight dinner, for- teller, (hmeing and drinldng ltre on tap. Jack Neff will be ln'tster of eere- If yotu' dues are 1)'dd you get in free. All young lmople persons went to Lydia house the other night and to Betty Aronin's able re- "The Citadel." Games and folh)we(1 the book re- in a lengthy telegram Hull, Secretary of State, a note be sent Great to al)an(h)n /|ny lnovelnent migr'ttion into the Iloly t)y seine of Ollr less forttnlate Part., the telegram stated that of every Jew in this eoun- 'Was that our govermnent make geffort to aid these unfortunates time of great strife, i ext meeting will be Novenfl)er 6. e William G. I,ong will speak on Relations "tnd the .hlvenile rt.', This will be ,'In open meet- There will be refreshments and 00racoma A. Z. A. By Gerald Meier Bernard Rosenberg of So- Spoke Sunday at an iml)ressive l)ay observance, the first Sl,)ns(wed by lhe new TacoIna . A. eh'pter, l)r. Basldn hairlmtn. Tuesday, the first A.Z.A.- ('ard l)'trty was heldat Torah Syn:tgogue, llnflel' l'hillmrn I,'riedman and his e. Refreshments were and prizes awarded... During week, the soei.d service eom- h'ts heen aiding the Syna- Auxiliary wilh their rumnwge night a basketball turn- Was hehl. Tuesday, the A.Z.A. l l)laye(1 a star B'nai B'rith team. basketball coach is Advisor Warn(ok. With the hasketball taking form and the oratory and topics being deveh)ped, Ta- getting ready fast for the l'e- . convention in Seattle... Wed- night, a chal)ter stag was hehl of Alel)h Godol Kleiner. FOR: A.Z.A. check room B'rith danee.., l)raetice games... A.Z.A. da m'e. ADDITIONAL Alfred Strauss, prominent surgeon ealne to town in cheer (or to condoh;?) his mater team Saturday... It like a religious rite for the doctol-this pilgrimage for eoraing Week. . . This year Was a(lde(I ineenl,ive for his to Seattle---a visit with his Mrs. 1)au[ Friedlander Strauss)... lte l)lans on Ilg a fortnight and then on to the Stanford game... Mr. h'ving Berman retln'ned Week's vacal.ion to the l)ude Ch'ttham Aeres -- sand- in lmtweell high mountains L sWiftly flowing river . . . grand for tishing. Midnight rides the densely wooded bridle is another thrilling Sl)ort Mrs. Alfr(:d Shemansld, her husbal,d, University hiaglon regent, attended the President and Mrs. Lee gave Thtn'sd.y evening to ew faculty inelnbers, wore a bhtek tafella gown with Ett skir!, high waisted lm(liee a quaint white lace frill, brief Wide velvet girdle and or- Among young assistants at O11 the canll)US Saturday, Washingt on-California game rig home(.onfing Ahanni, w.ts lro(lsky of Tacoma, a fresh- the l:niversity. L. Kenneth Schoenfolds at dinner informally to a group at their home Wednes- aing, in eelel)r:tion of Mr. birthday. ad Mrs. Nathaniel Wetn- nd their young son, Michael, into their recently corn- at 1704 361h Avenue So. autiful new residence is of eomlfilfing features of and English architecture, Lake Washington. Calendar Mrs. A. A. Jordan -. EAst 3342 Oct. 29--Workmen's Circle Women's Branch, benefit e,ml t)arty, 8:30 p.m. Oct. 29--11erzl Junior Guihl thd- h)ween 1)arty. Oct. 31--1Ia(lassah, 2 p. m. NOV. lllerzl Sisterhood hridge hlneheon, 12:30 p. m. Nov. 1--Seattle Sel)hardic Sister- hood. Nov. 2--Council of Jewish Women, 2:15 p. m. NOV. 2--Emma Lazarus Auxiliary, 8:30 p. m. Nov. 2--Ezrath Noshiln, 2 p. m. Nov. 3--Workmen's Circle Women's Chlh, executive meeting, 8:30 l).m. Nov. 12--1)ance, Russian Jewish l)ranmtie Society, Educational (?enter. Ezra Bessaroth Auxiliary By Mrs. Max Bonsai Celel)ratin its 241h %nniversary, Ezra Bessaroth Auxiliary hehl its open meeting of the year Wednesday a the sywlgogue vestry, with a large and enthusiastic turnout. Speaker was Mrs. Nessim Alhadeff, charter menfl)er, who gave an in- spiring review of 'the auxiliary's history. Of vital interest to the mem- bers w'ts a message delivered 1)y I)r. 1t. S. Tar(ca, I)r(si{lent of lhe con- grog'It(on. l'lans are ah'eady under way for the 'mnual Thanl<sgiving banquet, to I),! hehl Sumt'ty evening Novem- ber 20, at the Seattle Tahnud Torah. Under ehairnmnship of Mrs. Salwtor Cohen, "In untiring worker in com- mumd activities, this year's ban- quet is exl)ecled to be an outstanding affair. Sephardic Bikur Holim Auxiliary By Mrs. M. J. Calve Sel)hardic Bikm' ltolim Auxili.u'y hehl its first general lneeting of l.he s,s(m Monday at the syllagoglle. Mrs. M.u'el) C.alw), vice lwcsi(hml., presided in the absence, of the 1)resi- dent, Mrs. Joseph Souriano, who is recovering at home ,filer a short illness. l'lans for the ammal (lance, l)e- comber 24, were lUlnoHneetl. A crocheted chair set: w'ts donate(l by Mrs. Albert Borlia, who ms(to it, to 1)e given as " prize later. Refresh- ments we"e serve(l, ltostesses were Mrs. B. Behar, Mrs. J. Cordow b Mrs. L. Azose, Mrs. S. Baruch. SOCIAL NEWS Cultural enthusiasts are going in for book reviews this season, stim- uhtted by the lectures of Dr. L. Wenthdl Fifield at Plymou01 Con- gregational Church. On Monday evening, November 7th, I)r. Fifield will review the much-discussed, "My Son, My Son," hy Howard Spring, considered by many to be the out- standing book of the year. Among those who have already made reserva- tions for that evening are Messrs. and Mesdames Morton Schwabacher, Otto Guthman, Bernard Linden- berger, Raymond Cohen, William Rosen, Otto Grunhaunb 1'. Allen Ricldes, M. S. Bornstein, Mesdames Hem'y Bloch and Carl Rciter. Additional reservations may be ma(le by calling Mrs. B. Wallace Rueker at Prospect 3617. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Willner an- nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Richard Melvin, which t'des place Saturday, Noveinber 9th, at 9 o'eh)ek at the Herzl Synagogue. Mr. and Mrs. Willner extend a cordial invi- t.ttion to their friends to attend the Bar Mitzwd and a reeel)tion on Sun- (l'ty afternoon 1)etween 2 and 5 at their home, 331 251h Ave., in honor of the occasion. No cards have heen issued. Mr. and Mrs. Maurico Gerber, aee01nl)anied by their grandson, young LeoIntrd Gerber, Jr., left Monday to spend the winter in Pahn Springs. The Gerbers are regular l)atrons at the Southern resort, and dmir grandson will attend school there. Mrs. Emma Islander is visiting her daughter, Mrs. L. Ketas, and sister-in-law, Mrs. Anna Kowan, in Los Angeles. She is expected to re- turn in a month. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Berool an- nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their son GeraM Allen on Saturday, Novem- her 51.h at the Bikur Chohlm Syna- gogue. Workmen's Circle Women's Branch By Mrs. Rose Caplan The 20th "mmtal card l)arty for the l)uarte, C'difornia tubereuh)sis sani- torium will 1)e hehl Saturday night at Workmedt's Circle IIall. Branch 304 and 304B have 1)lodged them- selves to sut)l)ort "In additional bed at the sanitorium, and the proceeds from the eard l)arty will go toward this cause. Refreshments will be served and ])rizes awarded. Chairnmn of the last meeting was Mrs. Sol)hie Cool)or. llostess of the ast exeeut.ive meeting was Mrs. Dora Cohn. Junior Sephardic Leaque By Victor Scharhon Satm'day at 9 p. m., Junior Seph- ardic League members and friends will gather "t Educational Center for 't Ihdloween masquera(le p'u'ty. Jacl "Red" Alhadeff, chairlnan, in- vited everyone to p'u'talce in the many contests, dalwing, music, gr'md lnasqllel'ade lnareh an(I llnnll)sking at midnight. A sl)eeial 1)rize will go to the t)er - son wearing the most original cos- tume. Admission will 1)e free to I)ai(l-ul melnt)ers an(l lWOSl)ec.tive memlmrs only. ()(hers wishing to H.tedld will 1)e el|arge(1 a small ad- lnission fee. Assisting "Red," are Sally Eske- naze, l)aisy Levy, Esther Calve and Sehna Baruch. Next, meeting will he hehI Sllmhy at 2 p. m. at Ezra Bessaroth vestry room. In a(hlition to an interesting business meeting there will be sl)eaker and refreshments will 1)e served. HERE 'N THERE: Mark Sire(lay evening, Novelnl)er 13, oa your cal- en(lar. ()n that evening the J.S.L. will hoh[ its initiqtion night and l)ast- I)residents' night and issue Imnorary eertitie.ttes... Those l)lanning to at- tend the J.S.I,. ln.lS(lUel.ade will I)e t.r,,,aied to one swell, rousing good lime. (-let your d:ttes an(l be t;here for the unmasl<ing. DID YOU KNOW? lsidorc Borowski, a l'olish Jew, served under Bolivar in the South American wars of liberation and later became a Persian general. sponsor two social affairs. To I)e hehl on lhdh)wecn Eve at the Queen City Y.teht Club, will be a spook party sponsored by Seattle Alel)hs. Jean Mosler, M.u'tin Bel'ger 'tlld Dave Goo(lliel are in eh.trge. All those desiring to attend, get in touch with the co-ehairm.m and make a reserwttion. Celebrators will meet in front of the Tahnud Torah at 8:30 p. m., Saturday night, with costumes. The second A.Z.A. henclit nfixer will be hchl Sunday evening in the Tahnud Torah auditorium. 1)re- coeds, according to Chairman Fred- die Gould, will go to the chal)tcrs Cub troop. Young jitterbugs will he pleased to hear that Al Sidelsky will wave the baton, l)on't forget the new tilne, 8:30 to 11:30 p. m. Last Sunday night, International A.Z.A. I)ay was celehratcd in Tem- 1)le Center. Feature sl>eaker was Rabbi Bernard Rosenberg, but the sensation of the evening was a buxom bhmd named "Joseph(so." Prominent on the evening's pro- gram was the lmW A.Z.A. Mother's Chfl). They I)rel)ared cakes, tea and coffee. The Molher's Club, headed 1)y Mrs. l,ou Cohn, will aid the chapter. CHAFF: Bobby Friedman is 1)roudly displ,ying a splendid blacl eye. According to Frie(hn.m, the, doctors h.tve given up all hope for the "other guy" after 45 transfu- sions... Irv. Sternoff has shown that he has recovered from his tonsilee- tomy, when he copped the l)rize dance at the Trianon htst Thursday night... Alel)hs arc following wit]) interest Saturday's Oregon-W.tsh- ington fresh game. Starting at end for the l)ucldings is 205 l)ound l[ymie llarris, former Garlieht all-city end an(l former A.Z.A. pledge .... lorry Leshgohl, in anticip.ttion of the e()nl- ing Tolos wish qll to know that he will not consider .tny date unless it is asked for "it/east two weeks be- fore t:he dance. Guaranteed FORD PLYMOUTH DE SOTO SERVICE --EXPERT MECHANICS-- HUGH BAIRD SALES CORP. 601 4th Ave. EL. 0900 (Continued from Page 1) 1)ec'tuse he was leaving Tuesday for New York. lie praised the unity move first suggested at the excite- ment-tilled parley by Ahe Shuhnan. "At the meeting, speakers were Dr. Levin, S. M. Chaiken, chairman of the board of education; M. Aronson, ex-t)resident of the Tahnud Torah; M. Aronin, one of its founders 40 years ago; and G. Rub(n, who re- ported addition of 25 new Talmud Torah memhers. A total of 162 pupils are now at- tending daily Itebrew classes, Mr. ChMken reported, while the Tahnud Torah budget has been l)ared $4,000 annuaIly---a 40 per cent decrease-- without "cutting down on facilities or instruction. Our cl.tsses range from ldndergartcn to Tahnud." M. Goodglick, I)ave Pass and Mr. Shuhnan took the fh)or to urge Colnlntlllal harlnony. ELECT NDGE CARD : State Supreme Court . Position 3 Proven Judicial Ability and Integrity 28 Years Superior Judge Has Tried 18,000 Cases (Paid Adv.) (PAID ADVERTleING) veil "FOIl" t300) CONTROL STRIKES AND LOCKOUTSI .CUT OUT "QUICKIE" STRIKESl OUTLAW :JURISDICTIONAl' STRIKES! G;ve Maioriy of Workers Whose Jobs Are Direc'l'ly Affeced he Righ o De- cide quesion of Srikel PREVENT "RACKETEERING" adio Schedule: (Cur this out and puf ;t near your ,'adia--l.isen and lea,'n the truth about 130.) Mondays, Oct. 24, 1 KOMO, KGW ...... 6:00 P.M. KGA ...................... 6:30 P.M. Wednesdays, Oct. 26 and Nov. 2 KOMO, KGW, KGA, 6:00 P.M. Saturday, Oct. 22 KOMO, KGW, KHq 7:15 P.M. Fridays, Oct. 28, Nov. 4 KOMO, KGW, KHQ. 6:30 P.M. Monday, Nov. 7 K JR, KGA .............. 6:4 P.M. KEX ........................ 6:30 P.M. DI[ "FOR" ! 3t) (Initiative) GENERAL ELECTION NOVEMBER 8 \\; Women of Washinqion Associaled Farmers of Washington, Inc. FAE Elect a Dependable and Reliable Man for Sheriff REPUBLICAN TICKET Emma Lazarus Auxiliary By Lillian Genss ]l:d)orate I)l'ms are I)ein made this week for the annual Emma Lazarus Auxiliary Thanksgiving Eve dance, November 23, at Tentph, Center. The Auxiliary will entertain the president of the B'mfi B'rith wo,n- en's grnnd lodge l)istriet No. 4, Mrs. Leanore D. Underwood of San Fran- c(see, on her otlieial visit, Noveml)er 16. A no-host dinner will be hehl in her honor "t the Olympic l[otel. Reservations can l)e made with Mrs. W. Warshal, East 4500. CLAUDE G. 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