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25 1938 THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT, SEATTLE ORGANIZATIONS ?acoma Branch Circle By A. Rose Taconu Jewry will have of hearing J. Baskin, na- secretary of tlm Work- Circle, Sl)Okesman for 70,000 in the United States and lte will address Tacoma at Talmud Torah Synagogue m. sharp. His topic will be Conditions in the U. S. and ' laskin is making a tour of all branches in the U. S. No ad- will be charged and no col- made. will be chairman. 00/omen's Brcmch By Mrs. Rose Caplan of officers for tile corn- Year will be held at the next of Branch 304B. Mrs. Sally formerly Sally Wolf, and Mary Borish, formerly Mary will entertain. Refresh- will be served. Next hostess board will be Mrs. Y Levy. general secretary of the Circle, who has just re- from Europe and is now the United States, will stop about December 2. I'Ierzl Reliqious School By Barney Shain from both tile lterzl Re- School and the Herzl High took part Sunday in Chanu- tryouts. Potential actors actresses are Adeline Masin, Millet, Phillil) Tworoger, Kosin, IIelene Levy, Fred Sarko wsky, Zindell Marvin Lewis, IIoward Allen Kosin, Sylvia Schain, Vangler, Charlotte Scherit- Cohen, .All.m Deutsch, Singer, Marilyn Sigel, Stan- Roy Sender, Fay Jean Carmen Sigel, Evelyn Rae Gerahl Davis, Ruth Kurt Leeser, Jo- Leol)old, Silver, Eugene Pease, Ed Marilyn Cohn, Mac Clair David Silver, Jerry morning, Classes 5 and 6 Shirley Rickles, instruct- Will present a Thanksgiving including a skit, reel- and special Thanksgiving traditional IIebrew were given to Joyce Black- and Camille I(ronfield, who are with their l)arents to make Sew home in the S(mth. Saturday morning tlm Ju- ation holds services ira- after the regular services. the services, Miss Lydia and Julian Berch conduct IIebrew. Parents are wel- to uttend and watch both the and the services. of the Junior Congrega- are president, Henry Oseran; esident, Mac Klatzker; cantor, and shamus, Gerald s Year, one of tile Torahs is used Services. ons Of Israel of the year for the Jew- will be the New party l)lanned by Sons of at the Seattle Talmud Torah. dinner and dancing will be Reserwdions are being ! Vith Morris Sidell at Prospect l]erlnan Mosler, l'rosI)ect of Israel went on record this :.to become a meml)er of tile i 1 Talmud Torah, contributing Leo Levine, son of our active charter member, A. Was initiated. This lodge is tarted on a campaign for 200 erahers. All Jewish men be- the ages of 25 and 50 years of eligible. Sam Miller urges all to attend our next meeting December 4, at Educational Anmml election of officers held. also very iml)ortant that all should receive The Jewish eript every week, as this will general medium in which new activities will be posted earliest known reference to a lpported established religion 47:22. "Only the land lriests bought he not, for the had a portion from Pharaoh." Calendar Mrs. Rose Elk'm, Prospect 2121 Nov. 27--Jewish Welfare Society, city-wide annual supper party. Nov. 27Junior Council "Capers," 8 p. m. Nov. 28--Ezra Bcssaroth Auxiliary 1:30 p. m. Nov. 28--Visiting day Caroline Kline Galland Home. Nov. 28--Mizrachi Auxiliary, 2 p. m. Nov. 28--AhawLth Sholom. Nov. 29--Machzikay Hadath Auxil- iary. Nov. 30--Council of Jewish Women's Tea. Dec. 1--Workmen's Circle executive board meeting, 8:30 p. m. Dec. 3--Zeta Beta Tau Mothers' Club dinner. Dec. 4--Council of Jewish Juniors, 2 p.m. Hebrew Free Loan Society By Leo Levine In order not to conflict with other alairs being held by other Jewish or- ganiz'ttions, the 25th anniversary banquct of the Ilebrew Free Loan Association, which was to be held on Sunday, was cancelled today. It will be held 1.1ter. President Peter Nash appointed Peter Thonms as treasurer and Mor- ris Sidell as vice :)resident for the re- mainder of the ye'Lr. "Queen Of Sheba" To Be Presented Here Mrs. Joseph llavel, l)rominent in Jewish n)usical circles, will be ill ch'trge of ticl(ets for thc performance of the "Queen of Sheba," gr.lnd el)era by Carl Gohhnarl,, to be sung in English under the direction of Paul ]']]lgl)erg and l)resented 1)y the Civic el)era Association at the Moore Theatre, S:ttur(lay evening, l)ecem- /)er 10th, it; was :umoun(.ed today. SeaLs will go on sale at the theatre Monday. ParLicil)ating ill Lhis "nation:d Ol)tn'a of the Jews" will be a I)allet of 20, tl'ained by l,ee l'oley. (h)ml)OSCV Gohllnarl wns the son of a falnoHs ()all{All'. EXOTIC Valencia, exotic dancer, direct from the Club Moderne, San Francisco, now appearing at the Oasis. Herzl Junior Guild By George S. Silver Addressing the first meeting open to paid up members only, Sunday, December 4, will be Philip Tworoger, who will install new officers to be elected at the meeting. There will be refreshments and dancing. A1 Miller's book review of "Joseph in Egypt" at Dorothy Margolis' house was probably tile best these humble ears have ever heard. About 75 people attended... The Guild turned out en masse for the Brown- Klatzker nuptials. The second Interfaith Youth con- ference, sponsored by Herzl Junior Guild, will be held Friday, December 2, at 8:15 p. m. in the Herzl Syim- gogue vestry, Solie Ringold, young attorney and chairman, announced today. Judge William J. Steinert, chief justice of the Supreme Court of Washington, will preside over the conference, where "youth will put adult society on trial because of fail- ure to provide opl)ortunity for em- ployment and because of failure to provide preparation for marriage and home life..." Two speakers will prosecute and two will defend. Charles W. Johnson, Jr., attorney, representing Plymouth Congrega- tional Church, will defend adult society on the first charge, while Sydney Nelson of the Herzl Junior Guihl will prosecute the charge. Rel)resentatives from the Newman Club, Catholic organization, and from the Grace Methodist Church will defend and prosecute the second charge. This will be the second meeting of Christian and Jewish youth in a Seattle synagogue. The first w'ts hehl in February on "lIow to Estab- lish a Warless World" with ne'rly 800 in attendance. The pul)lic is invited to attend, Mr. Ringohl s'dd. Assisting with arr'uigements "u'e Jack Neff, ushers; Mary Kosher, lndflicity; Dorothy Margolis, re't; and Marian Margolis, arra, ngelnents. Sophomore Hadassah By Bette Young III First in order at the Sophomore Hadass:fll meeting Sunday was the nation-wide prayer for Jews, re,'d by P'tst President Florence Porad. Ell- tcrtainment was provided by Sylvia Inl'ns, who gave a monologue, and Lolly Benezra, who sang, accompan- ied by Miriam Fuxon at the piano. December 15 is the date for Sopho- more, Junior and Senior Hadassah's joint meeting. All girls are asked to attend and bring their mothers. Orchids to . . . Drum-majoress IIelen Miller of Garfield, who cer- tainly deserves it for her work this football season. Amy Levin . . . newly-appointed assistant editor of the Friday Messenger, Margie Fein- berg, vice president of the Garfield Girls' Club, who now is also assist- ant girls' sports editor of the Arrow, Garfield's year book. Honored 40c, 85c, 1.10 (Tax Included) NEW PRICE POLICY PAUL BOESCH presents WRESTLING Civic Aud.--Each Friday Nite LIFETIME Guaranteed Heating Equipment Estimates Gladly Given MC PHERSON Furnace & Equipment Co. 427 Ninth No. MA. 3717 At Your Service Twenty-four Hours a Day MAin 6500 4( YELLOW CAB COMPANY "Cantor's Son" Will Come To Montlake llailed as a gay, sliarkling, Yid- dish movie, "The Cantor's Son," featuring Moishc Oysher, singing star, will have its first Northwest showing at Montl'lkc Theatre, Fri- day, Decend)er 9, for one week only, Manager Frank Jenkins nnnounced today. "The CanLor's Son" is allen: a young lad who runs away from his home in Belz with a troupe of travel- ing actors, ('onms to America, where a love story begins. The British-made fihn version of the tragic opera, "l'agliacci," will be held over for an additional week commencing today. JEWISH POPULATION Of all the cities in tile U. S. Chel- sea, Mass. has the densest Jewish popubttion with 40.92 per cent of the total population. Cleveland IIeights, OMo, is next with 33.57 per cent. New York is tMrd with 29.56 per cent. Rossoe Mfg. Co. Off Burners Air Conditioning Plants Stokers Oil Delivery Service --FREE ESTIMATES-- 413 Fairview North MA. 5454 LUOIS BLACKFIELD, young, pipe-smoking vice president of Herzl Men's Club, co-chairman of B'nai B'rith's membership drive and chairman of last season's Herzl lecture course--the No. 1 attendance-getter in the Seattle Jewish community--got the sur- prise of his life Friday night when he was called to the pulpit of Herzl Synagogue, where he sat with his wife in the pew, partici- pating in services. Rabbi Philip A. Langh praised his communal zeal, lauded the part he played in the 3 years he has lived in Seattle, publicly voiced his regrets that his company has transferred Mr. Blackfleld to San Francisco. The popular young leader is manager of Seattle's largest bakery. Hundreds Of Youths To Take Part In Meet (Continued from Page 1) 5 p. m.--Semi-final basketball games. 9:30 p. m.--Convention ball at New Washington Ih)tel. Music by Ted Sternoff. Crowning of "Sweetheart of A. Z. A." SUNDAY Noon--Business session. Photo by Waiters MERLE COHN .. he's in chargel 3 p. m.--Final debate. 4:30 p. m.--ChamI)ionship basket- ball game. 6:30 p. m.--Banquet at Mayflower Hotel. Guests of honor, A. Z. A. Mothers' Club with Mrs. Tillie Adel- son. Speaker: P. Allen Rickles on "Jewish Youth in a Changing world." In 1921 there were 25 Jews in the Fiji Islands. SEATTLE CIVIC OPERA Assn. Paul Engberg, Director presents OUEEN oI SHEBA Grand opera spectacle (in English) Large Chorus. Ballet. Orchestra. 100 People. MOORE TREATRE Saturday, Dec. 10, 8:15. Prices $0.53 to $2.10 inc. tax. Box Office Opens Monday, Nov. 28 .............  PAGE FIVl i , ,..,, ; ). , ..... . _,, _.,/ ,,, Three Faiths Unite In Temple To Oppose Religious Bigotry TACOMA--Retn'esent, aLives of the Catholic, Protestant and Lutheran groups in Tacoma particil)'ted htst Friday night iu a symposium at Tahnud Torah Synagogue, expressing their solidarity with the Jewish people in the face of wide-sl)read terrorism and opl)ression in Eurol)e. John Condon, l)resident of the Tacoma chal)ter of the National Conference of Jews and Christians, presented the Catholic l)oint of view. Rev. Holland Burr of the First Con- gregational Church, spoke on belmlf of the Protestant church groups and Rev. T. O. Svarc of the First Luth- eran Church expressed the attitude of his group. Rabbi Barnch Treiger officiated Man Who Cut Cullinan Diamond Dies At 83 LON])ON.--Sir Arthur Levy, 83, who snl)ervised the cutting of tile f.L- mous Cullinan diamond, (tied here, Sunday. Nittai, the Arbelate, said, "Keel) aloof from a bad neighbor, do not as- sociate with tile wicked, and at)andou not the belief in retribution." and offered prayer. Rabbi Treiger's sermon topic at S:15 p. m. this evelfing will be "Wily ,hi the immcent suffer and why do the wicked l)rOsl)er?" Followiug the services, there will be the social hour, during which Auxiliary mem- bers will present a one-act comedy. Actresses are Mesdames II. Dobry, I. A. Drues, M. Kal)lan , J. Karp, B. Room, l[. Weinstone and P. Weinstone. STEVENSON & GERSHON Smith Tower IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF KING In the matter of the Estate of SAM BERLINER, Deceased No. 69159, Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distribution. Notice is hereby given that BEN BElt- LINER and SAM L. CREVIN, Executors of the Estate of SAM BERL[NEI{ have filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court their final Report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, dis- tribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge said Executors; and that said Report and petition will be heard on the 19th day of December, 1938, at 9:30 A. M., at the Court Room of the Probate l)cpartment of said Court. Dated this 22nd day of November, 1938. ABE N. OLSON, Clerk of Said Court. By ARTHUR STEWART, Deputy. 11-25-38 3t 12-9-38 TABLE LAMP '!iii!!iiiiiiiiiii!ilili! ........ 00iiii!ililiiiii ................... :.>:.:.:.:.:.:.:. -Beautifnlly designed and per- fectly proportioned. A new 22-inch Table Lamp--complete with hand-tailored fabric Shade, with a tilting feature that enables you to adhust the light. Bases in choice of Off-White, Wine, Salmon Beige or Sea Green. Buy them in pairs or singly. Use Grunbaum's "Lay-away for Christmas" Plan. 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