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Page Six II ]II)I$h :tall$Cti "Th, --O=,No,wesN,wpp,a,.,,o, Pc April 2, 1926 Ap B'NAI B'RITH BEAMS OFFICERS__  [sattteA ,odge  ,. President .................... A. SHEMANSKI .1" ' "  "1"ia503  O 1.0J3-B' - ' ' " Vice-President ................. SOL EFSELD Executive Secretary ......... IRVING LEWIS Treasurer ................ MAUmeE GEREEB Monitor ................. P. ALLEN RICLEES Assist. Monitor ...... STkE-LEY BLUMENTHAL - Warden .................... LESLIE STUSBER Guardian ...................... Sn.i COHEN Fellowship ....... HERBERT A. SCHOENFELD CONDUCTED BY LEO WEISFIELD Attendanee ................... HuGO LOEWY Trustees: DAVE LIPMAN, HERBERT 308 PIKE STREET, PHONE MAIN 1379 SCHOENFELD, LEOPOLD STERN STANDING COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN FOR 1926 Education .... M.RK LrrceMAN Entertainment ..... STANLEY BLUMENTHAL Orphan's Fund .......... HERMAN SHAPIRO Social Service ........... MAuRIeE GERBER Junior B. B ............ JACOB S. FRIEDMAN Membership ................... SOL ESFLD Degree Team .............. LESLIE STUSSER Transcript and Publicity...LEO WEmrIELD Americanization ............... ABZ SPRING Fellowship ....... HERBERT A. SCHOENFELD Attendance ................... HUGO LOEWY Royal Welcome For Grand President Grand President, Daniel Alexander, will be royally received by the mem- bers of Seattle Lodge, Wednesday, April 7th. The Grand President will arrive at 6:45 in the morning, and will be escorted by the officers of Seattle Lodge to the Olympic Hotel, which will be his headquarters for the day. A luncheon in his honor is being arranged for Wednesday noon at the Hotel Gowman, to which all members of the lodge are invited. In the afte> noon he will be taken for a tour of the city and in the evening he will dine! with President Shemanski at his home. Brother Alexander will address an open meeting of Seattle Lodge at 8:30 P. M., in the Temple Center Auditorium. After the meeting he will be escorted to the train for his departure to Vancouver, B. C. It is hoped that every member of l Seattle Lodge will avail himself of the opportunity of hearing the Grand President. He is a speaker of great renown and is sure to have a message of importance to Ben Brith. The address of our Grand President coupled with the entertainment, being arranged by Vice-President Sol Es- feld, promises to make this the largest and finest meeting ever held by Se- attle Lodge. Every member get a member and get a pen. PHURNITURE DEALER PHROM PORT ANGELES WINS THE PHIRST PHOUNTAIN PEN Port Angeles, Wash., Mar. 24,'26 I. C. Lewis, Esq., 503 Pacific Block, Seattle, Wn. Dear Sir and Brother:-- I am enclosing herewith applica- tion card and cheque for $10.00 from Mr. Sam Steinberg. I have not looked up his references but he is every bit as good a man as I am, probably better, which I think is sufficient. The main thing is, be sure and send that fountain pen beeuase it will be the first prize I ever got, and I am patiently waiting for it. Yours fraternally, S. Cone. Fountain pens for applications--a good trade. Secretary's Corner 503 PACIFIC BLOCK ELUOTT 8573 All members arc invited to the luncheon at the Gowman Hotel, Wednesday noon. Come and meet Grand President Alexander. 75 cents per plate. i !DEGREE TEAM TO GO TO BELLINGHAM APRIL 11 The Degree Team of Seattle Lodge will journey (o Bellingham on Sun- day, April llth, to initiate a large: class of candidates for Bellingham: Lodge in honor of Grand President l Daniel Alexander of Distriet Grand Lodge No. 4, I. O. B. B. The Brothers taking part in the initiatory work are: President Morris A. Robbins, Vice President Sol Es- feld, Monitor Leslie Stusser, Assist- ant Monitor Leo Weisfield, Warden Sam Cohen, Treasurer Maurice Ger- ber. The Dcgree Team and officers will leave at 10 o'clock Sunday morning, April llth; returning to Seattle the same day. Any of the Brothers who wish to accompany the Team, call the Sec- retary, Irving Lewis, Elliott 8573, so autos can be provided. Keep the date in mind for the War Orphan Picnic, Sunday, August 1st, Halls Lake Park. Have you corned your fountain pen yet? MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN SHOWING GOOD RESULTS Vice-President Sol Esfcld, chair- man of the membership committee, reports that a substantial portion of the 150 new members required for the Grand Lodge Convention Drive has already been raised. Applications are coming in from all sides, and from all indications the drive will go over the top with plenty to spare long before it is scheduled to end. The offer of a fountain pen for each application still holds good. Bring your application to the next meeting and receive your pen. This offer does not end on April 7th, but will con- tinue until June 15th, when the drive will be over. However, we would like a large number to be turned in on April 7th, on the occasion of the visit of our Grand President. This is an opportunity for every member to do his share. One new member is easy to obtain, and your efforts will be rewarded with the fountain pen which you will receive. B. B. Lodge to Review Lewisohn's "Israel" Dr. Koch To Review Book, April 21st. April 21st the Seattle Lodge will, for the first time in its history, review a book. In th past the lodge has enjoyed with good results lectures, debates, and symposiums on Jewish subjects. The Educational Commit- tee in view of the approved manner in which the lodge has taken to the discussion of things intellectual be- lieves that the time is ripe to stage a book review. The book to be review- ed will be Ludwig Lcwisohn's "Is- real". As reviewer the committee has made a choice selection in Rabbi Koch. Following an extended talk on the book by Dr. Koch the meeting will be thrown open to the membcrs for expression and discussion. At the risk of being called a sub- scription agent, and obtaining free advertising space for the publisher, the educational committee requests every member to rcad the book befora the meeting of April 21st. It can be obtained at any of the book stores, and at the public library. Few books touching on the problem of the Jew has aroused as much discussion as Lewisohn's "Isreal". Whether one agrees or disagrees with Lcwisohn's conclusions it is admitted by Jew and non-Jew that "Isreal" is a thought provoking book. The literary style is excellent, and the historical data contained is illuminating. The Educational Committee be- lieves that its choice of a book. and the reviewer will meet with such general approval as to warrant a con- tinuation of presenting reviews of books affecting Judaism. Want a fountain pen?--Get a member. JUNIOR EMMA LAZARUS AUXILIARY The last meeting of Junior Emma Lazarus Auxiliary was held March 23rd at the Temple Center. This was a short business meeting and the girls assisted with the Bohemian night cabaret given by the senior auxiliary. The next meeting will be held Tuesday, April 6th, at the Temple Center. This will be an im- portant meeting and a mixer is being planned. All members are urged to attend. Your quota--one new member. FLINT JUNIOR COACH Greatest Six Cylinder Value Ever Offered The Flint Junior is a new car, new and a performance rivaling that of in design, new in the construction cars selling for hundreds of dollars of every single detail more. that goes to make up superior automobile s1260 Here is an opportun- Seattle ity to purchase Flint performance, quality in an auto- The Flint Junior is a mobile at a price roomy, comfortable, all family car never before believed possible. See presenting a distinctive appearance, it--ride in it--be convinced! SEATTLE AUTOMOBILE CO. ESTABLISHED 1903 1101 East Pike Street Phone East 0462 SEE THE NEW FLINT Principles in Grand Opera Florence Scott Beeler Everything is in readiness for tile Grand Opcra scene to be presented at the next meeting, Wednesday, April 7th. The scenery has been put in placc, a concert grand piano arranged for, and costumes for the actors com- pleted. The entire second act of the opera E1 'Trovitore will be staged. Brother Louis Sherman will portray the part of Manrieo (the son) and Mrs. Beeler will take the part of Azucena (the mother). The scene will be directed by Signor Guiseppe Inzerillo. Miss Doily Creamer will be the accompa- nist. This performance is being looked forward to with much interest by the entire membership, and a packed house is anticipated. The entire balcony has been reserved for out-of-town guests from Everett, Bellingham and Tacoma. Due to the lack of seating capacity, members are requested to bring their wives only, although all members of the Ladics Auxiliary are cordially invited to attend. No seats will he reserved, except the balcony for out-of-town guests. The.best seats will be had by those eommg earliest. The meeting will commence at 8:30 p. m. sharp. No one will be admitted during the per- formance, or during the President's address. No children will be admit- :::::::: ::::::.-::::::i:i::::i:}::i:ii!::i:)}ii;iiiii2iiiiii:i:ihi::;:::: : ::i: :: i:?;:,! --Photo by Hartsook. Louis Sherman ted. No charge of any kind will be made, as the program is being put on gratis by the l)rinciples in the opera. WHAT IT MEANS TO BE MEMBER OF THE B'NAI B'RITH That Jewry may be sure of co-oper- ation on all matters of Charity and Philanthropy. That your Moral and Financial support will be used to assist the un- fortunate in lands of oppression and to alleviate the wants of the needy. That the dignity of our race may be maintained and protected against defamation and the cause of Isrcal championed wherever and whenevcr it needs a champion. Get One New Member and receive one of These Handsome Fountain Pens That those whose opportunities advantages have been few in life may be taught and elevated, that their standard of thought be a credit to our people. That our young mcn may learn the traditions of their race, and what Judaism has contributed to the world. WHAT B'NAI B'RITH DOES FOR YOU Embraces within its ranks the brightest minds in the community. : The B nat B rith will bring you into contact with men of the highest stand- : ing, representing the intelligence cul- ture, philanthrol)y of our race. Maintains Religious Sehools, Or- phan Asylums, Homes for the aged, and other social service institutions throughout the country. Promotes the most lofty conception of Jewish Manhood and all our obli- gations to all mankind and encour- ages intelligent obedience to the laws of our country. All Men Worthy of Membership are Welcome into the Organization. You will find its meetings both in- teresting and instructive. The highest ideals of Personal Con- duet and Achievement as well as Citizenship being taught by precept and example. The B'nai B'rith will bring out the best that is in you and prove a con- stant stimulus to better and more intelligent effort towards self im- provement. Junior B B's OFFICERS Milton }Ieiman ...................... President Myer Horowitz .................... Vice President Charles Alhadeff ............ .2nd Vice President AI S. Kaplan .......................... Secretary Richar( We sfield .................... Treasurer Harry Schwartz .................. Inner Guard Morr s France ..................... Outer Guard Next Meeting--April 14. Remcmber--a pin for a member. ATHLETIC PROGRAM PLANNED With the coming of summer, ath- letic activities are uppermost in the minds of the brethren. In order to fully satisfy all members who wish to engage in some branch of sports several contests are being arranged. Foremost among these is the tennis tournament shortly to bc hcld. All interested should turn in their names to Bro. Gershon, who is handling the contest. A prize will be given to the winner. Indoor ball will also hold a promi- nent place on the sport calendar. The club recently accepted the invi- tation to join the Temple Indoor League. One or more teams will be "The Department Store of Insurance" We Write Every Kind of Insurance Written IN ANY COMPANY! ANYWHERE! ANYTIME! LIPMAN & ESFELD INCORPORATED Insurance, Exclusively Pacific Block Main 2842 DAVE LIPMAN SOL ESFELD f ii]l co,/ M AWINDOW 15 / ....................... ,..1 1. t pi p.mow ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'" 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