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May 4, 1953 THE TRANSCRIPT Page Three SEATTLE'S B'NAI B'RITH NEWS 00ASEAHE LI]IlfiE Nn. in?? Corinthian Yacht Club Scene Of Cascade Open Meeting May 14 Cascade Lodge will hold an open meeting on May 14th at the Corin- thian Yacht Club, 120 Lakeside Ave. at 8 p.m., it was announced Friday by Leonard Ostrer, program chairman. Members and their ladies will honor the new members of Cascade Lodge, who have joined B'nai B'rith since January 1st. Planned for the evening is a short-form ini- tiation conducted by William Rog- ers, followed by dancing, entertain- meat and refreshments. Because of the limited facilities of the club, a strict rule of "mem- bers only" will be observed. Blood Bank Stag Blood donors to Cascade's pool Will be feted to a "Blood Bank Stag" on Tuesday, June 2nd at 8:30 P.m. at Sicks' Mountain Room in Qeorgetown. Surprise entertainment and re- freshments are in store for mem- bers of the lodge who have con- tributed to the Lodge Blood Pool and have had their donor cards Validated at the Blood Bank. mUlmlnmliRwaniimmiuwiiimmnimiimwmiwB iNext Regular Meetnng May 7i i 8:15 P.M. ".. i TEMPLE CENTER : Plan To Attend! ! SEE AND HEAR ." i AN UNUSUAL PROGRAM i IIII mi iil iii i iii i llllilli film III m I m Cascade Toy Project Grows and Grows! Several thousand stuffed toys and dolls have been delivered to the King County Chapter of the Girl Scouts of America by the Cascade Lodge Toy Project. These toys will be repaired and renovated by the Girl Scouts to be given to the needy -- as a year-round project. When it became apparent that Cascade Lodge could not handle the unusual traffic of stuffed toys, negotiations were started with the Girl Scouts to take over that por- tion of the Toy Project. After fumi- gating and crating, the dolls were shipped to the Ballard Fieldhouse where Girl Scout leaders distrib- uted the dolls among the troops. BASEBALL NEWS Garfield Playfield, 24th and Jef- ferson will be the scene of Cascade Lodge's first baseball game of the league season on May 7th at 6:15 p.m. Opposing the Cascade mem- bers in the Evergreen "B" League will be the team sponsored by the Italian Club. Manager Bill Schwamberg and Assistant Sam Shupack have an- nounced the following as players and substitutes: Seymour Ackerman, Arthur Deg- ginger, Leonard E. Goldberg, Mur- ray Goldman, Murray Guterson, Elihu Hurwitz, Joe Kettleman, Leo Levine, Burton Robbins, Jacob Rockov, Sam Shupack, William Schwamberg, Milton Wets, Joe Wit- kin and Jack Meyers, barman. ROOTERS' SCHEDULE DATE May 7 14 21 28 June 4 11 17 25 July 2 9 OF CASCADE GAMES (Clip and Save) PLACE OPPONENT Garfield Playfield ........................... Italian Club Jefferson Park Playfield ....................... ; .......... 'Acwa,s Garfield Playfield ........................ Greystone rroauc Garfield Playfield .............. U. S. Coast Guard Garfield Playfield ............... .Sears Roebuck Jefferson Park Playfield ......................... Italian Club Garfield Playfield ................. Acwans ontZake elayfield ii::iii::i:ZiiiiiiiiSreystone Product Brighton Playfield .......... ..U, S. Coast Guard Montlake Playfield .................... Sears Roebuck ., , . For Chrysler or Plymouth Cars SEE Leon Siegel AT Stan Sayres, Inc Broadway and Madison EA. 8800 , ... B'nai B'rith Women To Install Officers May 25 On Monday, May 25, at the Olym- pic Hotel, the Seattle Chapter B'nai B'rith Women will hold their An- nual Installation Luncheon at 12:30 p.m. The affair will also honor Mothers and Daughters. SEE NEXT TRANSCRIPT FOR DETAILS ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A DEAL IN CARPETS AND RUGS? Then See SAM J. FINE of FINE RUG COMPANY 1935 THIRD AVE., CORNER THIRD AND VIRGINIA Phone EL. 3538 350 ENTHUSIASTS OF JEWISH MUSIC ATTEND SEATTLE LODGE FESTIVAL REVITALIZED PROGRAMS ELICIT A Very Unusual Opportunity-- for Brothers desiring knowledge about our famous Federal Bureau of Investigation in action (this is a closed meeting for the membership only) Seattle Lodge No. 503, B'nai B'rith will offer for your listening pleasure . . . Special Agent W. MARK FELT who will discuss and demonstrate "YOUR F.B.I. IN OPERATION" The activities connected with this colorful and esteemed bureau of our Federal Government will be fully described. WEDNESDAY NIGHT MAY 6, 1953 8:30 P.M. Temple Center 15th Avenue and E. Union St. J A Short Obligation will be given to Inltiates i Please remember.., this being Club Night, no additional notice of the meeting will be mailed out. Refreshments--The "Pot's" really bailing! Games of your choice -- Social Hour NOTICE The above meeting will be the only one held in May, 1953. The usual sec- ond monthly meeting is being cancelled in respect to the Shevuoth holiday. Next Meeting The next scheduled meeting has been planned for Wednesday night, June 3, 1953 and will be "Armed Forces Night." The entire cast of the TV pro- gram "March On" will be featured. MANY FAVORABLE COMMENTS MORE EDUCATIONAL EVENTS PLANNED Seattle Lodge B'nai B'rith did it- self proud at its last meeting when it presented the "Festival of Jewish Music." Featuring as its theme, "The Romance of Our Heritage," the pro- gram included many musical and vocal selections and arrangements of recent and contemporar Jewish composers. Brother Mauriee Levin earned the plaudirts of both the membership and the community for the stag- ing of the entire performance. High- lighting the delightful evening's entertainment were the Hillel Glee Club of 40 voices conducted by Nathan Grossnum and accompanied by June Bender; the Temple de Hirsch Mixed Quarte't directed by Mr. Sam Goldfarb; the violin se- lections, Kol Nidre and Simchas Torah, played by Boyd Goldstein; the Gershwin and Hammerstein numbers sung by the duet, Joan Krivasba, soprano, and Leon Israel, tenor; and the fine contralto voice of Pauline Jacobsen. To demonstrate the love of God, Man and Israel as portrayed by our heritage, A Dudela, Kol Didi, and A1 Haselah were played and sung to. In the spirit of modern Israel, the Glee Club sung Mayim, Shir Haavodah, Halichah L'Keysariah, R'U Hevenue and Ki Mitziyon. Be- sides three liturgical numbers, the following American music was played and sung to: It's a Grand Night for Singing, Stouthearted Men, Embraceable You, Swanee, Why Do I Love" You and the Three Preludes. It was a night long to be remem- bered. Are You Missing a Good Bet? Have You Recently Attended a Seattle Lodge Educational Meeting? SONGFEST--Some of the members of the Hillel Glee Club are pictured above, participating in Seattle Lodge's "Festival of Jewish Music." They are shown singing one of their selections on the stage of Temple de Hirsch. Have you recently attended crowded meetings? TV is always available but "live" Jewish cultural and educational programs are at a premiuml Veterans Committee Is Active at VA Hospital Seattle Lodge's Veterans Committee continues to carry out its voluntary serv- ice activities at the Seattle VA Hospltal by providing ward parties, entertainment, snacks and gifts and transportation to baseball games for the disabled, hospital- ized veterans. Assisting in this servlce activity are Brothers Don J. Kapner, Henry Finkel, Martin Pick and Charles Lesser, B'nai B'rlth Voluntary Service Representative. ARMED FORCES DAY May 16, 1953 "Power for Peace' Seattle Lodge pays tribute to the teamwork of the Armed Forces, to the unity of the American people and to the power and principles for which they stand in the world- wide struggle for peace. Lodge Service Committee for the Armed Forces and Veterans SEATTLE LODGE FORTHCOMING EVENTS -- You Will Be Interested in: May 6- Meeting: "Your F.B.I. in Operation" May 7, 14, 21, 2B--Bowling at B'way Bowling Alleys (Come dressed as you are, every Thursday night) May 1-31-Campaign Drive, assisting Federated Jewish Fund Committee June 3- Open meeting: "March On" TV Program; ARMED FORCES NIGHT August 16- PICNIC AT VASA PARK November 28 and 29-Musical Comedy Extravaganza, "MISHI GOS OF 1953" Watch the three right-hand columns on Page 3 of every Transcript issue for news of your SEATTLE LODGE in action!