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Page Four ' THE TRANSCRIPT MARION ROSE. Managing Editor CLARA S. NIEDER, Associate Editor Of,ice llours: 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 Beattle, Washington, under Act of March 3, 1870 al,fi UNIVERSITY PRINTING CO. 9'/o00 o00//m 9'/o.w00 Happy Aftermath of Benson's Visit To Israel Secretary of Agriculture Ezra T. Benson's brief visit in Israei during which he talked with Israeli Government offi- cials about that country's bid for some of American agricul- ture surpluses, has had fast results. Today, Boris Smolar, JTA's distinguished columnist, re- ported that Israel will receive $35,000,000 in surplus food for which Israel will pay, not in American dollars but in Israeli currency. Furthermore, the money paid can be borrowed back by Israel for financing water development projects, agricultural research and general economic development of the ountry. Mr. Smolar also stated that few in this country are aware that while some elements in the State Dept. attempted to keep the big surplus aid to Israel a secret, the Agriculture Dept. did not hesitate to make the fact public in an official announce- ment in Washington. "Mr. Benson, a member of the Mormon Church, is perhaps the person bet fitted psychologically to be the head of America's glo- bal assistance program," says Mr. Smolar. "His denomination practices the Biblical principal of tithing--the "maeser" -- and Who can better understand the need for global extension of this principle than one who practices it?" Canada Starts Radio Programs Devoted to Fighting Bias in Employment This week the Government of Canada inaugurated a series of radio programs devoted to fight- ing prejudice and discrimination in employment. The series, pre- pared under the auspices of the Department of Labor, will be heard on 64 stations, across the Dominion. As in the United States, there are many private groups in Can- ada devoting time and effort in furthering this work but the prestige of the Canadian Gov- ernment backing this program during this period of good will should have good results. After what has happened in our own country this year, the same pro- cedure on the part of our gov- ernment might have a dramatic effect. Gerard Swope, Jr., Great Friend of Israel, Dies Gerard Swope, Jr., former BORN IN PORTLAND Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rubin- stein (Deanne Seinfeld) of Port- land, Oregon, are receiving con- gratulations on the birth of their first child, a daughter, Teri Gwynn, born Nov. 25. Grandpar- ents are Mr. and Mrs. tester Seinfeld of Tacoma, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rublnstein of Aber- deen, Wash. Little Terl is especially lucky, having Mrs. Max Molses of San Francisco, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seinfeld of Elsinore, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Richard See of Portland, all as great-grandpar- edts. president of the General Electric Company, died last week after a brief illness at the age of 84. This man who rose from a dol- lar-a-day handyman to an in- ternationally known industrialist left the bulk of his estate to the Haifa Institute of Technology in I.rael. The boonthis money will mean to 1 college of scientific research, "a lr ea d y renowned through its illustrious faculty and achievements in the electronic field, can be imagined. Previously he had given sub- stantial contributions to Tech- niGh student loans and scholar- ships. Mr. Swope became enthused about Israel after his first trip there eight years ago. He was im- pressed to such a degree at that time" that he told friends if he did not love New York so muehl he might consider settling in one of the Israel collective settle- ments. Super Market Invades Israel Next April the first supermar- ket in Israel will be opened in Tel Aviv over the vigorous pro- tests of grocery Operators. A Canadian Concern, will build the super market without local capital. Grocery association teaders are most unhappy and have warned their government that the en- trance of supermarkets into Is- rael retailing economy was an attempt to impose "foreign eco- nomic Patterns" on Israel They had already heard tha small re- tailers in the United States and Europe have been "wiped out" following the introduction of su- permarkets. /e/. 2C EVENING BRANCH COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN The Evening Branch, Seattle Section of the Council of Jewish Women will hold their special Chanukah party meeti'ng on Tuesday, December 17, at 8:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Louis Aronson, 2044 Boyer Avenue. Hostesses'will be Bertha Mitchel, Bess Sidell and Gussie Sidell. Gifts of toys, to be brought by the members will be included in the regular "Ship-A-Box" packages to be sent to Israel Kindergartens for Chanukah presents. Transportation can be arranged by calling Emily Mac- donald at Ca. 0396. Hadassah News A Special Tribute Page to com- memorate the 10th anniversary of the Jewish State has been inau- gurated as part of-this year's Ha- dassah Yearbook, by the commit- tee in charge. For a donation of $5 the name'of the donor, ov the name in whose honor the contri- bution has been made will be inscribed in beautiful handwrit- ing on the Special Tribute Page, it has been announced by the committee. Funds raised by this means will go towards the Hadassah Medical Program 'in Israel. Mrs. Fred Klein, yearbook chairman, asks that those interested in this spe- cial tribute for Israel's 10th Anni- versary contact her at Mi. 2147. The North End Group will meet for a brunch at 11:30 a.m. on December 16, at the home of Mrs. Aaron Zeigman, 6040 Wellesley. Cards and mah-jong will follow the short business meetings. $ s $ The South End Group will meet at the home of Mrs. Max Jaffe, 1521 35th South on Mon- day, December 16 at 1 p.m. The meeting will have a Chanukah theme The Brandeis Group will present an amusing skit, "What- ever Loin Wants." The Rose Luric annual IIadas- sah supplies shower and social party will take place on Monday, December 16 at Temple Center at 12 noon. Complimentary lunch-- con will be served. The Business & Professional Group will meet on Tuesday eve- ning, December 24, at 8 pm. at the Jewish Community Center. Maurice Schwartz will light the Chanukah, candle and tell the story of Chanukah. Ruth Frankel, Youth Aliyah chaii-man, will speak on the life of Henrietta Szold, whose 97th anniversary of birth is being ob- served by Hadassah members. Community singing, led by Mary Sternberg, Marion Glazer and Lola Schwarz, will be an- other added attraction to the pro- gram. Joe Woolfe will be master of ceremonies during the annual  exchange of Chanukah gifts. tt , st st The Suburban Group has planned an Oneg Shabbat tea for Saturday, December 14, at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Edward Glazer, 14024 N.E. 6th, Bellevue The talented daughters of Subur- ban Group members will present a program of Israeli songs and dances. Mrs. Mathew Weissman, President, urges all new members to attend and enjoy a delightful afternoon. She also announces that on Wednesday evening, De- cember ll, the Suburban Study group will meet at her home, 2043 81st S.E., Mercer Island. Mrs. Mandel Nieder will lead a discus- sion on "The Changing Values of I the Jewish Novel." st st The Magnolia Group wiil meet Rita Shulman Becomes Brid .... Of Jerome Katz on Miss Rita Shuinmn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Shulman, and Mr. Jerome Katz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Katz were united in marriage on Sunday evening, October 20 at the Bikur Cholim Synagogue, with Rabbi Gersion Appel officiating. The brunette bride, wore a gown of white satin with alencon lace- trimmed neck- line and brush train. lIer finger-tip veil was attached to a crown of pearls and sequins, and she carried Mrs. Jerome Katz -h0 a prayer book _  Walters r covered with an orchid and steph- Hartholz, Fred Hirschel, :A 1 i anotis. 'ander Shevalier, and Micro Miss Sandra Dreilling was the Henryson. maid of honor, and bridesmaids were the Misses Nanci Goldsmidt, Linda Shulman, Elaine Ordell, Sara Radinsky, Ruth Maslao, and Marlene Abtams, who was Junior bridesmaid. They were gowned alike in tur- quoise velveteen, made princess style with scoop neck, and bouf- fant skirt, and they carried bou- quets of white and turquoise- hued carnations. Mr. Jerome Jermulowske was his cousin's best man, and the ushers were the Messrs. Neal Shulman, Robert Levin, Marshall Following the ceremony, thel was a reception at the Nora lander. The young couple a making theH' home in Seattle, at er a honeymoon spent in Hawa The bride attends the Univer ity of Washington, and Mr. 'ICa. is a eum laude graduate of :tt University of Washington Sc of Pharmacy, a member of i Chi, Pharmaceutical Honor sl and vice-president of the stude l branch of the American Phar  ceutical Association. He is a reg ber of Alpha Epsilon Pi frateJ nity. JEWISH WAR VETERANS TO ELECT OFFICERS DEC. 10 The next regular.meeting Of the Jewish War Veterans Seattle Post No. 606, Will be held at the Jewish Community Center at 8 p.m., on Tuesday evening, De- cember 10. The main order of business will be the election of officers for 1958. Nominated at the last meeting were the following: Commander, Samuel J. Steiner; senior vice- commander, Nathan Grinspan; j u n i o r vice-commander, Abe Bridge; judge advocate, Moe Din- ner and Harry Steiner; adjutant, Irving Broches; quartermaster, Sol Fisher; chaplain, Gerson Gold- man, Louis Schwartz and Man- fred Wolfenstone; patriotic in- structor, Sol Sharin; officer of the day, Charles Lesser; color sergeant, Sol Prottas; surgeon, Dr. Norman Clein and Dr. S. Pei- zer; color guards , Hy Oster and Irving Stone; color bearers, Jerry Schor and Art Grashin. [ Seattlelte Addresses J " Nuclear Socmtv Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Ketzlacb,h, Seattle, and a physicist with ti , Nuclear Physics Research O1, atton at the General Eleetf Hanford Laboratories addre.," the winter meeting of the A ev lean Nuclear Society held 1* week in New York City. He told the assembled sci.e: tists of the "need of a set of sl.'o . , $lj ple formulations statable for . design and operation of reaC] e reprocessing plants to ins. fuel their nuclear safety;" and '.*. ' 11 U dieted that with the corn1 $ _. privately .owned. atomic .$eacl I U private industry will be ca upon to process reactor fuel. Mr. Ketzlach is a ,gradua te the University of Washing te where he received his Mastel Science degree in Chemical gineering in 1044. He has W ten several important tect cal papers which have ublished in the official j0ur on Monday, December 16, at 12:30 A Ladies Auxiliary, under,the of the American Institute i p.m. at the home of Mrs. Bernard .chairmanship of Mrs. Frances Chemical Engineering, ann Coyne, 3520 W. Howe St. New Steiner,.is now being organized, Mining Engineering JouralS'l members will be honored. Mrs..Anyone interested can contact He has been employed' bY, a 1 Arthur Lagawier will give a short rs. Sterner at Ca. 1133. General Electrm Co., smc resume of Henrietta Szold's life ..................................................................... ; ...... and her achievements for Hadas: sah. 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