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April 6, 1953 THE TRANSCRIPT Page Three SEATTLE'S B'NAI B'RITH NEWS [:_,AS[:AI]E LHIlfiE Nn. ln00[ Cascade Lodge Meeting THURSDAY, APRIL 9TH Promptly at 8:15 TEMPLE CENTER CASCADE NEWS EMERGENCY I BLOOD BANK POOL Members of Cascade Lodge have been contributing in great nu- bers to the Cascade Lodge blood bank pool, it was reported by Dr. Arthur Bobroff, chairman. Sparking the drive for blood is the Blook Bank Stag to be held on June 2nd, where only members of Cascade Lodge who have validated i their "pool" cards will be in at- Joe Witkin nosed out Lou Gara- way with a 615 series in the finals of Cascade Lodge's annual bowling tournament held at Queen Anne Bowl on March 22nd. Witkin will be awarded the Cascade Lodge per- petual trophy which was won last year by Jack Meyers. In the high series for non-league bowlers, Jerry Williams was the victor. Dave Abrams bowled the highest individual game with a 196. tendance. C a r d s are available More than 50 men participated in the tourney. A soft-ball team is being organ- ized now for Cascade members. Those wishing to join may call Jack Meyers or William Schwamberg. SIGNAL EVENT The Marh Litcbmans, Jr, and Sr. Thursday, March 19, will be a memorable day for both Mark Litchman Jr. and Mark Litchman St., for it was then that the well- known Seattle attorney presented his son to the Seattle Bar Associa- tion. Forty years previously on a March 19, Mark Sr. himself was ad- mitted to the bar. Mark Jr. served in World War II in the U. S. Navy as Lt. (jg) with Joint Intelligence and is now a member of the Legal Reserve Unit. After separation from service, he received his B.A. degree from the University of Washington, major- ing in Sociology and Criminology. At the School of Law he was affil- liated with Phi Alpha Delta law fraternity. For the past five years he has been employed by the King County Juvenile Court as Asst. Supt. of De- tention. As a resident of the Haller Lake district, he is serving as Jus- tice of the Peace in Olivia precinct. In 1945 he was married to the former Claire Boonov, a graduate of Providence Hospital School of Nursing and they are the proud Parents of Marlene, aged 51/, and Cheryl Anne, 9 months. Stay at the Beautiful Modern PIEDMONT HOTEL RESIDENTIAL AND TRANSIENT ROOMS as low ,,- 10-q0 per vmek NEW MANDARIN ROOM )ABLE FOR BANQUETS AND MEETINGS Seneca and Summit EL. 0188 ABE SILVER, Manger through Dr. Bobroff or Alvin Block. The need for additional blood to the pool is necessitated by the is- suance of an order by Cascade President Alvin Block to the blood bank last week to release as much blood as needed from the Cascade pool for the use of a member of the community who required many )ints. The family made the request through a Seattle Rabbi. B'nai B'rith Women RUMMAGE SALE: Clean out your closets and cupboards--get rid of your old vacuum cleaners, re- frigerators, freezers, television sets, radios, shoes, clothing, dishes, pots and pans, junk jewelry, books-- ANYTHING--i!! B'nai B'rith Women will appre- ciate them greatly for their next rummage sale which is to take place April 14 and 15 at the Vet- erans' Thrift Shop, 78 Stewart St. Storage depots are the homes of Mrs. I. Katz, 1524 24th No. and Mrs. I. Perad, 2800 12th So. If you wish to volunteer for an assignment (which we would great- ly appreciate), of if you have ques- tions, please contact either Mrs. Harry Weiskind, Fr. 1969, or Mrs. Julius Meyers, La. 6763. PACIFIC NORTHWEST CON- FERENCE: The Seattle Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, is to be hostess to the Pacific Northwest Confer- ence, May 2 and 3 at the Edmond Meany Hotel. All members and guests are welcome to attend. Mrs. Max Eron, past president of Se- attle Chapter is President of the Conference, and Mrs. Harry Lewis is overall Chairman. Look for de- tails and schedule of events in the next issues of the Transcript. NEW YORK: Moss Hart, noted )laywright and producer of Broad- way and Hollywood, was honored Wednesday for his devotion to de- mocracy and good human relations at a luncheon meeting of the Man- hattan Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress. Advertise in the Transcript MAILING LISTS Business or consumer, city, state, or nation-wide, our mailing lists are . . . SELECTIVE ! UP-TO-DATE ! GUARANTEED ! Specializing in club mailings City-wide plck-up and delivery ALPHA STAUNCH Direct Mail and Printing Fred Klein, owner 1428 11th Ave. EA. 8118 The Painters Color Stylists Fine Interiors Weather Resistant Exteriors Residential and Commercial ED LEVY- ALder 5579 3814 33rd West SEATTLE LflllfiE Nn. 593 H?GE AUDIENCE HEARS GOV. LANGLIE 00i)ii00 m i ? AT SEATTLEBRoTHERHooDLODGE B.B. m 00iiiii)i """" :.. .::::::: :::::" ::..,::::: :, ::: L.i): ,::::i::::.. :::::::::::::::::::::: .i:: !. ::iiiili@ !.)ii*i:i:i:!: :::iii CHAS. O. C--OLL GIVEN I ::i::. ............ )i ....... i:::i:i;:: ..... ) Ji:.::::L :A A crowded Temple Center au- :" '"i: : :::  ":::::  :.,!--):i! i2 ditorium listened to GOVERNOR ':i"  ART HUR B, LANGLIE deliver an !;i;!i .. " ::;::i inspiring message on brotherhood !iiiiii  at the last meeting of SEATTLE umummm LODGE NO. 503. The Governor ::iii::::ii ) ........  likewise paid tribute to and es- !ii  /n poused the tenets of B'nai B'rith. Highlighting the meeting was the    presentation of the "Man-of-the- Year" award to KING COUNTY PROSECUTOR CHARLES O. CAR- PRESENTATION--Prosecutor Charles O. Carroll (center) receives SeanCe Lodge No. 503 B'nai B'rith "Man-of-the-Year" plaque from Lodge President Leo Levine (left). Governor Arthur B. Langlie witnesses the award. A FESTIVAL of JEWISH MUSIC presented by SEATTLE LODGE NO. 503, B'NAI B'RITH for the enjoyment of the entire Jewish Community A CAVALCADE of SONGS to delight the cockles of your heart, THE ROMANCE OF OUR HERITAGE expressed through the medium of Violin and Piano interpretations Hillnl Glee Club of over forty voices conducted by Nathan Grossman Hillel Choir accompanied by Samuel E. Goldfarb Violinist: Boyd Goldstein Vocalists: Leon Israel, Irving Sternoff, Joan Krivasha --and numbers from Jerome Kern, Gershwin, Rogers and Hammerstein, etc., etc. FEATURING: DATE: Wednesday, April 15, 1953 TIME: 8:15 p.m. (Doors close at 8:30 p.m.) PLACE: Temple Center Auditorium 15th Avenue and East Union Street EVERYBODY IS INVITED to this second in a series of Cultural Programs ADMISSION--COMPLIMENTARY Seattle Lodge B'nai B'rith Brother Honored for Service to VA Hospital ROLL for his untiring efforts in the furtherance of non-sectarian youth activities in Seattle and environs. Among the notables present were Dr. Henry Schlitz, president of the University of Washington; Rear Ad- miral A. E. Smith; Colonel G. H. Wilson; Captain C. B. Gill; David Levine, acting mayor; John Heitz- man, president of the Civic Unity League; Allen Olson, director, Na- tional Council of Christians and Jews; James Lawrence, Chief of Police, and Chaplains Dittmar and Silverman. ROBERT KAHAN gave the bene- diction. The program committee re- sponsible for the very successful meeting was composed of HOW- MICHEL, chairman; SAM RG, PHIL POSNER, LEVIN, MORT CONE, IARRY SIMON and AL YOUNG- MAN. Seattle Lodge to Feature 'Festival of Jewish Music' At April 15 Open Meeting The April 15 meeting of Seattle Lodge at the Temple Center will offer to our Jewish Community a thrilling and unforgettable parade of musical events, together with the Hlllel Glee Club, composed of over 40 talented singers who are students at the University and sen- iors of Seattle High Schools; they will be conducted by Nathan Gro. man. Jewish moods and music will be featured. The outstanding Hiilel Choir, accompanied by Samuel E, Goldfarb, will sing several liturg- ical numbers, modern and classical Israeli songs, as well as numbers written by composers-influenced by their Jewish heritage. William Boyd Goldsteln, violinist, will play several interpretations of Chassidic life including the Simehas Torah from the Baal Shem suite by Ernst Bloch; he will be accompanied by pianist Nathan Grossman. All-time favorites from Rogers and Hammerstein, Jerome Kern and Gershwln will be sung as well as Negro spirituals and Yiddish aid Israeli folksongs by Leon Israel, Irving Sternoff and Joan Krivasha. Plan to be there. See the announce- ment appearing on this page. ALL DeN'S--For personally devoting over 100 hours during the past year to recreational activities for disabled veterans at the Seattle Veterans Administration Hospital, Don J. Kapner was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation on Recognition Day, by General Carl Gray, Veterans Adm nistratar Th s signifies the first such certificate awarded a Ben S'rith fin this area since the opening of the new hospital. The above picture shows Don (left) i receiving the citation from Dr. Den E. No an (center), Manager of the Seattle VA Hospital who made the presentat on on behalf of the Administrator, and Don Cook (right), Chief of Specia Serv ces at the hospital. Other Brothers des, ng to assist in this worthy program are urged to contact Charles Lesser B.B. Voluntary Service Representative, LOgan 4117. Assisting n the recreational program durlng the pact year were: Martin Pick, Nathan Prupls and Lou Shapiro. "SPRING HAS SPRUNG"... Are Your 1953 "Dues" 4 Months Due? Over 900 Seattle Lodge members have paid up their 1953 dues. Are you among them? SEATTLE B EN LODGE 'RITH OOSTERS By ABE OOSTER---"-- Reverberations of the very suc- cessful Brotherhood Night are still being heard throughout the com- munity. Instrumental in the behind- the-scenes preparations was Phil Posner whose efforts secured the fine musical artists and the attend- ance of some of the notables. William Boyd Goldstein was the violinist who exhibited his versa- tility at Brotherhood Night. He was accompanied on the piano by Natltan Grossman. Ira Jones per- formed as the soft-voiced vocalist and Marie Joe Taylor was his ac- companist. . * Right after the Man-of-the-Year' award was presented, Mr. and Mrs. AI Youngman held a reception at their home for "Chuck" Carroll and other notables who attended the Seattle Lodge Brotherhood meeting.