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SEPTEMBER 30, 1970 THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT PAGE 23 Highlights A,00I Seattle Symphony ,.h humber of firsts will fea- , e the opening pair of con- er.ts of the Seattle Symphony urehestra,s 67th season, Oct. 5 end,6 at the Opera House L Onductor Milton Katims will II ave orchestra players tuning  at a new time, for Sy.mphony P' The earh f S m tituted as a result o a y - Ony audience survey conduct- ,," Jast spring by a University of ,.Shington marketing class [eh indicated that a majority  season ticket holders prefer "earlier starting time. h.. The Opera House foyer will Use a first Northwest exhibi-  of works by the celebrated eaerican painter and writer fr r, Cowles who is traveling ,.nerLondonhome to Seattle " te part in the Symphony's opening festivities. Doors will be open from 7 p.m. for the opening pair of concerts so that patrons may view the exhibition of Cowles paintings. Following each of the con- certs, the Women's Committee of the Seattle Symphony Or- chestra is hosting a reception to which they are inviting the en- tire audience to meet Fleur Cowles, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Katims, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Levine, and members of the orchestra. The reception will be in the Merrill Room at the Op- era House. Women of the orchestra will be wearing their new concert gowns for the first time. De- signed by Marontate-Jones Of Seattle the gowns are midnight- blue satin and lace. Program for the opening 00J00Bessaroth Services I.i The following is the High ,a' Day schedule for Congre- 5 zon Ezra Bessaroth: ,,. Rosh Hashana ,.Wednesday, Sentember 30, lneha, 6:4"5 p.m'.; Arvith, 7 .'i Thursday, October I, 'ehrith 7"45 a m. Sermon  Shof;r, i0:30 ;.m', Mineha ' Tashlich, 5:45 p.m. and ,m.; 00ri00ay Octo00e00 a-- enrith, 7:45 a.m., Sermon 6.a,Shofar, 10:30 a.m., Mincha, .w p.m. and Arvith, 7 p.m. $ Shabbat Shuva aturday, October 3, Shach- rift. a', 6:30 a.m., Study, Mincha "" arvith, 5:20 p.m. Yore Kippur lriday, October 9, Mincha, 3. p.m., Kol Nidre, 5:45 p.m.; Sat- urday October 10, Shachrith, 8 a.m., President's Message, noon, Mussaf, 1 p.m., Mincha, 2:;]0 p.m., Memorial Service & Sermon, 5 p.m., Neilah, 5:45 p.m. and Conclude, 7:11 p.m. Succoth Wednesday and Thursday, October 14, 15, Mincha 6:05 p.m., Arvith, 6:30 p.m., Shach- ritK 8:30 a.m.; Thursday and Friday, October 15 and 16, Shaehrith, 8:30 a.m.; Wednes- pair of concerts will open with Beethoven's Symphony No. 6 in F Major in its first Seattle Symphony performance in nine years. Following and dedicated to "the art of Fleur Cowles," will be a "Walk to the Paradise Garden" by Delius. Joseph Lev- ine, new to the Symphony last season as associate conductor, will join Milton Katims on stage for the first Seattle Symphony performance of "Central Park in the Dark" by Ives, a work requiring two conductors. Con- cluding the performance will be Antonin Dvorak's Symphony in G Major, Op. 88. Tickets for the gala opening concerts are on sale now at the Seattle Symphony offices, 627 Fourth and Pike Building or by calling MU 2-1675. Hebrew Academy PTA Will Meet The Seattle Hebrew Acade- my PTA has set the date, Wednesday, November 4, for its annual Fall Luncheon in the school auditorium. All members and friends are reminded by Mrs. Melvin Tatel, president, to reserve that after- noon for the PTA's major fund- raising event. More details will appear in the next Transcript. Israel Tours lated To Aid (ncer Fund Charles Lorber American Medical Cen- a mission for will host a se- Israeli holiday itin- sponsored by El A1 the Israel Govern- The first November November 5-22, third (Israel and Eu- 2-22, all via El events for all AMCD be a banquet to take on Sunday, November 8 an Israeli Government Other events include: Israeli homes, Israeli fashion show, and at Hadassah Medical A. Love, Governor of made the following "I welcome and 'Colorado Visits as a splendid to international information on Israel" contact Mrs. President, Seattle AmCD, EA 4- Israel Rosenfeld, LA 4-5442. st Wishes for Health and Prosperity and Peace Irvin and Bev Benzion Jeff and Deborah Mark day October 21, Mincha, 5:55 p.m., Arvith 6:30 p.m., Thurs- day, October 22, Mincha, 5:55 p.m., Arvith followed by Sim- chath Torah Procession, 6:30 p.m.; Thursday and Friday, October 22, 23, Shachfith, 6:30 a.m. Hoshannah Rabah Tuesday, October 20, Villada, 10 p.m. Contact the Rabbi to order Sylvia and Zollie Volchok Fred Maslan, President of the Hi.el Student Council, hammers Mazuzah at the entrance of The Transcript office while it is held in place by Rabbi Arthur Jacobovitz of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda- tion at the University of Washington 'They Shall Write Upon The Doorposts of Thy House' Rabbi Arthur Jacobovitz of B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at the University of Washington, and Fred Maslan, student in architecture and president of the Hillel Student Council at the university, presented handsome Mezuzahs, in honor of the New Year. Recipients of the gifts were the offices of the Seattle Jewish Federation and Council; The Transcript; B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League; B'nai B'rith Regional Office- Israel Bonds and the American Jewish Committee. The Mezuzah contains a hand-written scroll with the text from Deuteronomy 6:4-9 and 11:13-21, where the command- ment for the affixing of the Mezuzah occurs. The Rabbis taught that the moral purpose of the Mezuzah is to teach that all man's material possessions are the gift of God. The students of HiUel spon- sored this program as part of their overall effort to increase Jewish consciousness in the general Jewish Community and its institutions. Rabbi Jacobovitz, who is starting his 12th year in Seattle, was featured in the lead article in the September issue of the National Jewish Monthly. The article praised his innovative and imaginative methods of teaching at Seattle University, the Jesuit University in our community. WtS s . :.:.. .. :.. ..::..?.::::... Mr. Irwin Shofer I 'our Lulav and Ethrog. . L'Shanah Tovah and Mr. and Mrs. Abbit and Family  Best Wishes for the New Year Wish everyone a happy and healthy New Year Mr. and Mrs. 5731 Ted Rosenblume Filled with prosperity and peace. Harold, Marci and .Cathy  God grant a year of peace and happiness to all J 0 MR. & MRS. REUBEN STEINBERG and Family  ....::, -.'.....""' ,..: Wish You t A Very Happy and Healthy . New Year! From GEORGE AND CELIA JAFFE Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Asia and Family Wish everyone a happy and healthy New Year 5731 Filled with prosperity and peace. L'SHANAH TOVAH TIKATEYVU MR. & MRS. JEFFRIE KAY L'SHANAH TOVAH ............ To All Our Friends i iiiiil-iiiiii- A Happy and Pro spe rous :. New Year ![SS  Mr. Robert M. Silver Walston & Company ................. :::: ................. ::::::: ......... 51 5 U n io n St reet Mr. and Mrs. Bill B. Angel Molly, Brian, Rochelle Wish all their friends and relatives Health and Happiness for the year to come. 5731