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October 7, 1957 THE TRANSCRIPT 4P Page Three 00loch Hirsch *ctober 12 ton Bloch uP" tzvah of their vlll take P lct ge' October l De Hirse ill follow t ;ar MitZvalt  will be preSll Ly are Mrs. sac Bloch. to the united EASEAflELflflfiE N.. 18?P Cascade Highlights : Hats off to ADL Chairman Barry Glickman for arranging SUch a splendid meeting program on the Arab-Israel situation. The same to all the Brothers ho gave blood at the semi-an- nual Blood Bank Drive, which ::Dreceded the last meeting. Watch this column for big news en the Annual Cascade Lodge New Year's Eve Party. If you know of any member- Ship prospects, turn their names ever to Chairman Alfred Cor- dova, Ca. 5535. The Toy Project, at its new lo- cation in the New Richmond Ho- tel, needs everybody's help. Come down on Sunday mornings from 10 to 12 noon and lend a hand. Boy Scout Chairman Walt Op- penheimer would appreciate help in arranging monthly outings for the Lodge-sponsored Cub Pack. Call Walter at He. 9831. Next meeting will be Thurs- day, November 7. at the Com- munity Center, with nominations for next year's officers sched- uled. Theater Party . A wonderful treat is in store or lucky Cascade Lodge mem- bers and thdir wives according to tlrother Bill Schwamberg, chair- roan of the Theater Party to be held Saturday night, November . The evening will include the Stage presentation of "The Bees arid the Flowers" at the Cirque 'lheater and then corned beef Sandwiches, coffee and dancing at the Jewish Community Cen- ter. We have only been able to re- nerve 100 tickets at the Cirque, .o it will have to be first come, first serve. Make your reserva: tions now for this terrific eve- iag. Only $5.50 per couple for .-tte entire evening at the theater ad the Center. Send your cheeks to tlill Schwamberg, 8003 30th S., ca, ll Bill at ha. 8480, between and 9.00 p.m. any evening. 0verlake B'nai B'rith To Present Musical Revue The Overlake Lodge of B'nai 'rith is in the midst of plans for e of the biggest nights in the Eastside Jewish Community's U.ng existence. On Saturday "Jght, November 9, they will pre- heat an original musical revue en- Utled "Bridgework of 1958." The revue will enlist the tal- ats of all the members of the .dge, plus their neighbors and ends. A satire on suburban e, written, produced and di- eted by Bob Friedman and Hal ulraan, it promises to be an etertainin evening for all who attend.  - thlcluded ih the evening's en- ":tainment, will be a buffet sup- rDer and dance, with music fur- ,hed by Alex Goldman and his Chestra It will be held at the ighland' Community Center in ellevue, and will start at 8:15 Tickets at $4.50 each, can reserved b" calling Irving h at Adams 0348. Since reser- are limited, it is urged they be made as soon as PSSible. and Shulman (The and Hammerstein of the l area) state that the cast aow in rehearsal, but any East-q e residents who feel they' have peeial talents will be made wel- ae if they get in touch with Ledirectors. ECRETARY With work confidently calls ncF for quick addressing and jobs. Mimeographing, multillth- all in one plant. ALPHA-STAUNCH Direct Moll and printing I1h Ave. " EAsl 8118 Calt Fred Klein lll Sam Tarshis to Speak At BB Sabbath Cascade Lodge and ChapteY are joining with all the B'nai B'rith units in the Seattle area to co- sponsor this year's B'nal B'rith Sabbath to be held at Herzl Con- gregation at 8 p.m. on Friday evening, October llth. Principal speaker will be Sam- uel W. Tarshis, Grand" President of District No. 4. Presidents of all Lodges and Chapters will partici- pate in the service. Following services there w!ll be an Oneg Shabbat in the Herzl vestry which will be co-hosted by Cas- cade Lodge and Chapter. Please make this Friday night service a must to attend in com- memoration of the birthday of our order. Adult Education Forum, "October 12 The regular C a s c a d e Lodge Adult Education Series. resumes this Saturday night, October 12th at 8:30 p.m. The group will meet at the home of Brother Sy Klu- er, 4214 Burke Avenue. Discus- sions will concern the American Jew in the next one hundred years. Leading the seminar's dis- cussion will be Rabbi Wendell Phillips. Call Cascade Adult Edu- cation Clmirman Jake Rocker, Me .7146 and tell him that you and your wife will attend. LATE NEWS NEW YORK: U. S. Senator John F. Kennedy, (Dem., Mass.) and Louis Gordon, New York business executive and commu- nal leader, were named last week to receive Yeshiva University's l annual awards at its Charter Day: Celebration, to take place on Sunday evening, October 27, at the Hotel Waldorf-Astoria, it was announced by Dr. Samuel Bel- kin, president. BERLIN (JTA)--Two Nazi torture-killers have been sen- tenced for their crimes against concentration camp victims, one to a life term at hard labor, the maximum penalty in Germany, and one to a two-year term. BONN (JTA) -- Three Jews were returned to the West Ger- man Bundestag in the national electigns which brought Chancel- lor Konrad Adenauer's Christian Democratic Party a full majority of Germany's Lower House. Patronize Transcript Advertisers :=::*==i ' Let Me Deliver Your New LINGOLN, MERGURY OONTINi:NTAL "FINEST CAR IN THE WORLD" RALPH G. GROSSMAN - MAin 5355 McKAY'S PACIFIC LINCOLN-MERCURY, INC. '* Westlake North at Mercer Seattle 9, Washington Robert Schuhnan Speaker at Luncheon Forum on Wednesday Robert Schulman, Chief of the+ Northwest Bureau of Time, Inc., will appear as the speaker for the Noon Luncheon Forum at the Jewish Community Center on Wednesday, October 9th, 1957. Time, Inc., is the publisher of "Time," "Life," "Fortune" and "Sports Illustrated" in addition to "Architectural Forum" and "House and Home." Before coming to Seattle four years ago Mr. Schulman was chief of the Chicago Bureau. tie is a native New Yorker and a graduate of New York Univer- sity and Columbia University, where he majored in Journalism. He took his early training in newspaper work in the "Post Dis- patch" and "Star Times" of St. Louis. Since coming to the Northwest Mr. Schulman has contributed a number of cover stories to "Time" and "Life" magazines. The cover stories in "Time" include William Allen, Dave Beck, Harry Morri- son, Arthur B. Langlie and Sen- ators Wayne Morse and Richard L. Neuberger. His feature stories for "Life" magazine, "Mrs. Av- erill Clark, Jr.," aru2 the "Thor Tollefson Torchlight Parade in 1954." Mr. Schulman's topic will be "THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE" and with his vast experiences as a news reporter, his talk should prove timely and interesting. Mr. Sehulman is marrmd and For Every Occasion PLANT A TREE IN ISRAEL ROBERT SCHULMAN Chief of Northwest Bureau, Time, Inc. has a young daughter, Becky Ann, 11 years old. This Noon Forum is open to all members of the community and the cost of admission is the price of the strictly kosher lunch- eon, $1.25. Herb Gottschalk and Professor AI Schreiber assure all those coming that the meeting will ad- journ promptly at 1:30 p.m., to permit them to return to their places of business. ADL To Report At Meeting October 23 The next regular meeting of Seattle Lodge No. 503, B'nai B'rith, will be held Wednesday, October 23rd, 1957, at 8:15 p.m. at theTemple Center. This meet- ing will be devoted to a report by the Anti-Defanmtion League, of a highly important nature and is of great interest to every mem- ber. After the report is presented full opportunity will be allowed for a question and answer period. This meeting will be open to members only and for further in- formation concerning it, please see the next issue of the Trans- cript. B'nai B'rith Sabbath Friday, October 11 The annual B'nai B'rith Sab- bath for Greater Seattle will be observed on Friday, October 11, 1957, beginning at 8 p.m. at the Herzl Congregation, 20th Avenue and East Spruce, Seattle. Samuel W. Tarshis, grand pres- ident of District Grand Lodge No. 4, will deliver the p'incipal address of the evening. Follow- ing the Services an Oneg Shah- bat will be held in the Vestry Room sponsored jointly by Cas- cade Lodge and Chapter. All members of B'nai B'rith Lodges and Chapters are cordial- ly invited and are urged to at- tend. Sunday, October 13 Proclaimed B'nai B'rith Day by Clinton BIRTHDAYS ANNIVERSARIES WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS MEMORIALS e TO PLACE YOUR ORDER Call the B'NAI B'RITH OFFICE MAin 1501 On the Road to Recovery The following are now or have been recently confined to a Seat- tle Hospital: Erick Brook, Ber- nard S. Cohn, Start Aaron, Louis Greenstein, Thee. Schoenfeld, Baruch Lerman and William S. Syder. Martin Pick, Chairman of the Sunshine Committee of Seat- tle Lodge states that those in hos-; pitals are visited each week by him or members of his Commit- tee. B'nai B'rith Briefs LIMA, PERU (JTA)  Dele- gates from 12 countries are at- tending a Latin American B'nai B'rith convention which opened here this week. The convention was adressed by Israel Minister Tuvia Arazi on Israel's role in fostering Jewish Life in the scat- i tared Jewish communities of the l Latin American countries. WASItIhibit of i the works of some of America's l outstanding Jewish artists will! bc placed on display at the open-! ing of the new B'nai B'rith Building at its formal dedication here in November, it was an- nounced this week by Himan Brown, New York motion picture, television and radio producer, who is chairman of a B'nai B'rith ]l art subcommittee. Among the ar- |1 fists to be represented in the |[ opening exhibit will be contem- | [ poraries Max Weber, Jack Levine, U t Marc 1 and ,Jpseph Hirseh,  I:Mr. BroWn said. ' ' Shown above at the signing of Proclamation of B'nai B'rith Day, (left to right): Mr.. AI Loeb, President of Olympic Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women; Sam W. Tarshis, Grand President of District Grand Lodge No. 4; Mayor Gordon S. Clinton; Albert N. Youngman, Pres- ident of Seattle Lodge and Henry Wolf, First Vice-president of Cascade Lodge. Gordon S. Clinton, Mayor of Seattle proclaimed Sunday, October 13, as "B'nai B'rith Day." "On behalf of all our people I am happy to extend hearty congratulations to the men and women of B'nai B'rith, and to their officers and leaders upon this auspicious oc- casion; and may the Order of B'nai B'rith continue to grow in strength and achievement and to translate its noble principles into even more effective service in the years ahead, thus to aid in build- ing a finer communit3, and a better America." B'nai B'rith Library Honors FDR WASHINGTON--The Franklin Delano Roosevelt Four Freedoms Library, shown in the artist's drawing above, will be located ou the main floor of the B'nai B'rith Building, now under construction here. The specialized library, sponsored by B'nai B'rith Women, will contain volumes on human rights and Judaiea and will serve the organization and the public as a research center. Adjacent to it will be an exhibit hall of paintings, statuary and historical data depicting Jewish contributions to American democracy. The eight- story $1.5 million national hettq, uarters fo B'nai B'rlth will be dedicated in November. : ' ;  . ............. i,