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February 4, 1957

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y 4, 1957 rsing ) Photo ; the opel Women y, Febru- one, Mrs. L Depart- her, Mrs. LI Lavinthal tzvah of t Temple Feb. 16, is is Mrs, ver, B.C., ents .are n of Se- es, there e Vestry md rela- ed. TH )MAN J -.-.February 4, 1957 THE TRANSCRIPT Page Three Officers of Seattle Lodge B'nai B'rith Installed CASCADE LODGE REGULAR MEETING Thursday, February 7 8:15 P.M. Jewish Community Center 19161/2 Fourth Avenue PROGRAM BY HILLEL STUDENTS "'A READING" -- "ISRAELI DANCES" PANEL DISCUSSION "RELIGIOUS REVIVAL IN AMERICA" Also-- Nomination of Convention Delegates Hillel Students to Present Program A timely, interesting and most informative program will feature the Cascade Lodge meeting which will be held on Thursday, Febru- ary 7. Dr. Frank Rosenthal, Director of the Hillel Foundation at th University of Washington has gathered a talented group of Univer- Sity students who will entertain, and at the same time present a and Martin Pick. Provocative message to the membershil. President Murray Guterson asks that every lodge member make an extra effort to attend. CASCADE HIGHLIGHTS tlats off to Chairman Eddie Barrat and the Citizenship and Civic Affairs Committee for a bang.up job in the March of I)imes Campaign. The ADL Committee of the LOdge will meet on Wednesday, 'ebruary 27 at the home of rother" Herb Berns. Congratulations to Brother Jake Rockov, who received the &kiba Award for 1956, and to ]Brother Chuck Abrams, winner of the William I. Rogers Award for the same year. Start thinking of potential new embers now for the early Pring Drive. ., .PaY your dues this month and 'oln the growing list of Gold *uenorah Card holders. Brother Ernest Stiegel was re- ently honored by his election as reasurer of the Hillel Founda- ,tion for the sevcntll consecutive . Year. Grand Presiden! to Address Joint Meeting All members of Cascade Lodge and their wives are urged to at- tend the joint meeting of the three Seattle Lodges to be held on Wednesday, February 20 at Tem- ple enter. Grand Presidew Installed on Saturday, January 26 were (top row, right) Don Kapner, Gerson Goldman, Merle Cohn, Past President, Installing Officer; Melville Oseran, Leonard Schroeter, Albert Youngman, President; Dr. Louis aplanC, Morris B. Hanan, Herbert Gottschalk, Irving .C Lewis, Harry Ash, Howard Michel, and Leo Friedman. (Bottom row, left to right) Leo Levine, Arthur Diamond, Solie Ringold, Joe L. Woolfe, Nathan Grinspan, P. Allen Rickles, Samuel Holcenberg, Dr. Alfred Kiewe. Not present at time of picture were Sam W. Tarshis, Past President and installing officer, Max A. Silver, Past President Installing Officer Jacob Shemano will be the fea- tured speaker that evening. Plans are now being made by all the Seattle Lodges and the Women's Chapters to welcome the Grand President with as large a turnout as possible. Education Series Inaugurated C a s c a d e Lodge inaugurated what promises to be an excellew Adult Education Series last Sat- urday night at the home of Brother e Arnold Robbins. The discu'ssion centered around historical considerations in the present Middle East conflict. Chairman Jake Rockov is to be TRANSCRIPT ADVERTISERS DESERVE YOUR PATRONAGE Program Our Community Service ::::iiiiii!ii}i!iiiiil}il Reading from left to right: Martin Pick, Maurice Kadish, Albert N. Youngman, Vic Offman and Herbert the March of Dimes booth in connection with Seattle Lodge's Community Serv- ice program. congratulated on the large and enthusiastic turnout of members and their wives. ; February: 2 0 Meeting ! At the openhge[hg of S?attle ' Lodge on Fei-'Uaxy20th: tle se-. : attle Hebrew Sclool Choi'us will Let Me Deliver Your New Seattle Hebrew School[ f tae school. The entire program J is under the supervision and di- To Preseqt Ca0tata at rection of Rabbi Samuel Grau- ........... I denz,,who ha been principal STAG IlITE Play your own Game! Refreshments WEDNESDAY, FEB. 6, 1957 8:15 P./. TEMPLE GEliTER 15th Avenue and East Union @ Special Brief Business: I--NOMINATION OF DELEGATES TO DISTRICT No. 4 GRAND LODGE CONVENTION. 2--APPROVAL OF 1957 BUDGET. it J I i LINOOLN, MERGURY m'r&mL "FINEST CAR IN THE WORLD" present the cantata "Our Bialik," by Judith and Ira Eisenstein. The spoken text of the cantata is based on a series of famous  poems by Bialik such as "In the Cornfield, The City of Slaughter, The Fountain, The Hasmid, The Dead of the Wilderness, E1 Hatzi- p'or and Night." The songs, all by BialTk, have been set to music by Israeli composers and have become folk songs in the best sense of the word. The characters in this cantata represent a cross section of Israel's population, in- cluding chalutzim, chassidim, scientists, business pepple, Ghetto survivors, children and, of course, Bialik himself. The cantata is performed by a chorus of Seattle Hebrew. School students from Grades 2 through 8 and post-graduates of the Talmud Torah and Hebrew Day School. The accompanist at the piano is.Ruth Maslan, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Maslan, and graduate of the Talmud Torah. This amateur group has per- formed many famed Jewish and Hebrew cantatas before schools and organizations in the city and over radio and television. Work inthis field is an important part o. the extra-ctwricular program: Youngman Names Committee Heads Albert N. Youngman, President of Seattle Lodge No. 503, B'nai B'rith, announces the appoint- ment of committee chairmen as listed below. :Any member of the lodge desiring to serve on a com- mittee is cordially invited to call the committee chairmen and vol- unteer or service. Ways and Means: Mel Oseran, El. 5311; ADL: Nate Ross, El. 2584; Noonday Meetings: Herb Gottschalk, Se. 2010; Adult Jew- ish Education: Dr, Louis Caplan, Ga. 1350; BBYO: Sam Soule, Fr. 8407; IIillel: Nate Grinspan, Ft. 3531; Citizenship and Civic Af- fairs: Maurish Kadish, chairman, El. 3882, and Vic Offman, co- chairman, Fr. 0139; "Retention: Dr. Alfred Kiewe, Ra. 2968; Blood Bank: Leo Friedman, El. 7543; Greetings and Visiting Sick: Mar- tin Pick, Se. 4465; Publicity: Phil Posner, chairman, Ma. 8045, and Fred Klein, co-chairman, Ea. 8118; Program: Leo Levine, chairman, Mu. 4579, and Joe L. Woolfe, co-chairman, Se. 6727; Israel Affairs: Gerson Goldman, Mu. 5424; Boy Scouts: Sidney Roge?s, chairman, Se. 6544, and Abe Polik, co-chairman, Ca. 0755; Acquisition: Leonard Schroeter, chairman, Ea. 3105, and Phil King, co-chairman, Ga. 6299; Armed Forces: Charles Lesser, !LO. 4117; Athletics: Jack Tacher, El. 0373; Special Committee, "Man of the Year Award": Max Silver, Ma. 6116. / BACK THE ATTACK 1 on Traffic Accidents BIG i1 OPEN MEETING Wednesday, Feb. 20 8:15 P.M. TEMPLE CENTER --WELCOME-- District No. 4 Grand Lodge President JACOB SHEMANO of San Francisco "DON'T MISS IT" RALPH G. GROSSMAN - MAin 5355 McKAY'S PACIFIC LINCOLN-MERCURY, INC. Westlake North at Mercer Seattle 9, Washington