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Page Four THE TRANSCRIPT La Bagel" Cabaret 00OSE, Dance, December 13 727 Seaboard Building Phone SEneca 0136 Seattle 1, Washington Office Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Single Copy 10c Issued Semi-Monthly $3.00 Per Year Entered as second-class matter July 7, 1949, at the Postoffice at Seattle, Washington, under Act of March 3, 1879. e UNIVERSITY PRINTING CO. One of JDC's Projects In Spanish Morocco Today a thousand Jewish boys at- tend the JDC-supported Alliance Israelite Unlverselle s c h o o ls iu Spanish Morocco. There, in addition to sound schooling, each receives, a hot, nourishing meal daily, plus frequent medical examinations and health care when needed. Three hundred other Jewish youths and adults a r e enrolled in Hebrew courses started by local organiza- tions and helped by JDC, with cash support and specially-printed text- books--2,000 of them. As for the hundreds and hundreds of hungry, JDC provides 25,000 pounds of food supplies annually--milk, powdered eggs. butter, cheese, jam and sugar-- plus additional cash grants to obtain fresh vegetables to supplement the youngsters' diet. JDC clothing, too is being worn by the Jewish chil- dren of Spanish Morocco. Some of it, in fact, has been :epaired by ,the 30 girls, aged 12 to 16, who used to work in a match factory before they were rescued from this sweat- shop and trained as seamstresses and dressmakers under a commu- nity-sponsored project. In all of these projects, JDC benefits from the government's out- standing cooperation and supple- ments the Jewish community's own efforts. JDC aid to the Jews of Spanish Morocco will continue on this kind of matching basis, will continue to keep this goal always before it: to give a decent chance in life to Jewish boys and girls of a once-glorious Jewish community which, for generations, has suffered from sickness, from hunger and disease. In Seattle, the JDC receives its support from the Federated Jewish Fund and Council. SILVER WEDDING Katims Will Conduct Outstanding Concerts The brilliant young Milton Katims, will present two star-studded concerts with the Se attle Symphony Orchestra in De- cember, the first of which will take place Dec. 1, presenting ex- cerpts from "Boris Goudonoff," dra- matic Moussorsky opera, with Carl Palangi, basso, as soloist and the I00 voice Seattle Chorale, directed by Leonard Moore. On December 15, Eva Heinitz, cel- list, and Emmanuel Zetlin, violinist, will be guest artists. A second high- light of the evening will be the Saint Saens "Carnival of Animals," with Glenn Hughes as narrator and two pianists. Tickets are at Sher- man, Clay Music Co. Because of the heavy advance sea- ;on ticket sale, only a limited num- ber of seats are available, and a sell-out is expected. The Symphony offices advise early purchase of tickets to in.ure a seat for the con- certs. Seattle Hebrew School P.-T.A. Meeting The Channukah meeting of the Seattle Hebrew School P.-T.A. will be held on Monday, December 7th, at 1:30 p.m. at the school. The kin- dergarten class of the Day School will present a program of Chan- nukah songs. Guest speaker for the afternoon will be a staff member of the Jewish Family and Child Serv- ice. Mrs. Joe Haleva, president, ex- tends a cordial invitation to all those interested in the school to attend this meeting. ITTUR RABBONIM TEA The Ittur Rabbonim Society for Israel is holding a tea party, 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. Mrs. Anna Rash- ANNIVERSARY kov is hostess and the affair will Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Veno gave be held at her home, 149 29th Ave. a cocktail supper on Saturday, No- An entertaining a f t e r n o o n  vember 21, at their Green Lake planned and prizes will be given. home in celebration of their Members and friends are urged to twenty-fifth wedding anniversary.  attend as all proceeds will go direct Thirty of their friends joined them to Israel for the purchase of food. for the happy occasion and dancing and cards were enjoyed. VISITORS CLASSIFIED Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Brill had as their house guest their sister-in- FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT law, Mrs. Samuel Brail of Los with board, if desired. Nice home Angeles, who stopped en route home in Montlake District on No. 4 Bus- after a family reunion in Winnipeg, line. TEL. FRANKLIN 6085. Manitoba, some members of whom had not seen one another for thirty- five years. BONNEY.WATSON CO. J. E. Drummey, Pres. FUNERAL DIRECTORS "Beautiful Things Need Not Be Costly" 1702 Broadway EAst 0013 Miss Marylou Ingrain A performance by Seattle's own Marylou Ingrain, the first place winner in the West Coat senior b a t o n twirling competition, w il 1 highlight the entertainment at the seventh annual Care de la Bagel cabaret dance at the Nrway Cen- ter, Dec. 13. by the Temple Circle group. Miss Ingram, a 20-year-old Uni- versity of Washington student, ac- companied by a team of four teen- age twirlers, will demonstrate her unusual manipulations which led to her victory at San Bernardino last December. Climaxing her show will be a surprise stunt, utilizing pyro- technics which she claims always brings gasps from the audience. During her brief career as a twirler Miss Ingram has won some 30 medals and trophies. Two other acts will complete the floor show. Because of increased out-of-town cial invitation is being sent to Jew- ish communities throughout t h e Puget Sound area and Vancouver, B.C. All members of the Jewish community in Seattle are urged to attend. Decorations will include murals in the French theme, empty wine bot- tles ringed with bagels, floral de- signs and checkered table cloths. Refreshments are free. There will be a five-piece orchestra and a door prize. Dancing is from 8:30 p.m. to midnight, and admission is $1.50 in- cluding tax. Committee members for this Tem- ple Circle function are Paul Low- hey, chairman; Phil Flash, publicity; Marlene Levy, tickets; George Kez- ner, decorations; Milton Hecht, mu- sic; Zelik Smith, refreshments; Mil- dred Kettleman and Mary Usdane, circulation, and Lucy Israel is co- ordinator. ACTRESS Miss Bertie Selig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Manfred Selig, tal- ented student attending Reed Col- lege, had the honor of being selected to play the feminine lead in the first drama production to be pre- sented at the college this year. Name of the play was "Caligula," written fin four acts by Albert Camus. Stay at the Beautiful Modem PIEDMONT HOTEL RESIDENTIAL AND TRANSIENT ROOMS m low as 1e J0 per vmek NEW MANDARIN ROOM NOW AVAIL. ABLE FOR BANQUETS AND MIBI1NG$ Seneca and Summit EL. 0188 ABE SILYER, Ma8,r CLARA'S KOSHER CATERING RESTAURANT--COMPLETE DELICATESSEN LINE Selling Meats from Best, Sinai and Feinberg SALAMI, $1.20 lb. CORNED BEEF, $2.40 lb. MRS. CLARA SCHLOSSBERG, Proprietor 1426 E. Madison St. Phone: EA. 1806 ACCURATE DRY, CLEANERS WE CLEAN WITH PERCHLORETHYLENE OR SOLVENT YOUR CHOICE OR LEAVE IT TO US Finest Cleaning in the Northwest 2510 E. Cherry CA. 8844 Successful mail advertising /  rarely "just happens." It's  the result of careful plan- ,.,,,*.'-. n!ng ,d "k.,o,,,.ho,,,.,, Al- l  pna otauncn's experience gwes you . . . : precise Planning copy that sells art COmmands attenhon selected mailing list ALPHA STAUNCH Direct Mall and Pr;nting 1428 11th Avenue EA. 8118 __ i December 1, 1953 REMINDER The Annual Chanukah Banquet of the Seattle Jewish National Fund will be held Thursday, December 3, at 6:30 p.m. at the Seattle Hebrew School. Mr. Bartley Crum, author of "Behind the Silken Curtain" will be the main speaker. The Honorable Allan Pomeroy, Mayor of Seattle, will tell of his recent visit to the Middle East and Israel. Lieb Glantz, world-famous cantor, will be the featured artist of the eve- ning. Tickets are $5.00 per plate and can be obtained by contacting a member of any one of the Zionist organizations in Seattle. Sephardic Men's Club Annual Dinner Dance The Sephardic Men's Club an- nounces its third annual community wide dance at the Chamber of Com- merce Hall on Saturday night, Dec. 12. Dancing will be 9:30 to 12:30 with mixers and bars d'euvres! served by the organization. Reser- vations for parties of eight couples may be obtained by calling Mel Sichel, Fr. 2090. Tickets have been limited in order to insure a com- fortable and enjoyable evening for those attending. PIONEER WOMEN CHANUKAH LUNCHEON DECEMBER 8 On Tuesday, December 8, Seattle Chapter Pioneer Women will hold their Annual Chanukah Luncheon and Card Party at 12:30 p.m. at the Workmen's Circle Hall, 17th and East Union. Hostesses are Mesdames Joseph Green. Charles Baderman, Dave Fuxon, Maurice Steinberg, F. Grin- span and S. Mesher. Committee Chairmen in charge are Mrs. Sam Duchin and John Mintz, decorations, Mrs. G. Feinberg. There will be bridge, bingo and canasta, and all proceeds as usual will go to Izrael for the various projects which Pioneer Women sup- port. Mrs Gilbert Veno, chapter president, extends a cordial invi- tation to the entire Jewish com- munity to attend. S.A.M. MOTHERS' LUNCHEON lne .nLU,Z -unl laxsing Lunch- of Sigma Alpha Mu Mothers' and i ' W yes Club is scheduled for De- cember 10 at the Chapter House, 4714 17th N.E. at 1:00 p.m. Follow- ing the luncheon a social after- noon of cards and mah jongg is planned. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Ben Flaks. Deborah Chapter of Mizrachi Women The next regular meeting of the Deborah Chapter of Mizrachi Wom- en will be held on Wed. evening, Dec. 16, at 8 p.m. in the Vestry Room of the Sephardic Bikur Cho- lim, 20th and E. Fir St. An interesting Chanukah program will be presented by the Cultural Chairmen, Mrs. Leon Israel and Mrs. Sol Israel. Miss Barbara Baro- kas, a alented young singer will be featured on the program. The ex- change of Chanukah gifts will con- clude an enjoyable evening. WANT A FORD? See WALLY LEZIN at Wm. O. McKay Co. 609 Westlake No. SE. 2323 FR. 2396 Betrothed --Portrait by ors Miss Florence Greenberg Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Green- berg of Montclair, N. J., announce the engagement of their daughter, Florence to Mrs. Sanford A. Weis- blatt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weisblatt of Portland, Ore. Miss Greenberg is attending the University of Washington, and her fiance is at the University of Ore- gon Medical School. His undergrad- uate work was at Stanford Univer- sity and the University of Washing- ton, where he was affiliated with Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. TheY plan to be married December 22, in Seattle and will make their home in Fortland. Mr. Emil Lichtenstein Taken by Death While Visiting Son Emil A. Lichtenstein, 69, of Alder- wood Manor, died in Corpus Christi, Tex., Oct. 15, while he and his wife, Freda S., were visiting a son, Seat- tle friends learned. Death was attributed to a heart attack. The Lichtensteins had planned to return to Alderwood Manor on the day Mr. Lichtenstein died. Funeral services were held in Corpus Christi Oct. 18. Mr. Llchtenstein was a son of the late M. Lichtenstein, fvunder of Lichtenstein's, Inc., Corpus Christi department store. He was educated in Corpus Christi before appoint- ment to the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Mr., in 1902. He was a Navy career man and retired as a lieutenant commander in 1925. At the time of his death, he operated a chicken ranch. Surviving besides his wife, are two sons, Morris S., secretary- treasurer of the Lichtenstein de- partment store, Corpus Christi, and Dr. Robert M. Lichtenstein, MilwaU- kee, Wis., and a grandson. The Alderwood Manor Commu- nity, in memory of Mr. Lichtenstein, their devoted citizen, dedicated a heart fund in his name. 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