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. !% ,, ,, 195, ary Bna, B'Nth Month Proclaimed THE TRANSCRIPT Seattle Council Of Friedmans to Open Page Five [nske Photo Lichter ,hter of Mrs., Alan Rober* Lichter, of mouneed bY of Washing7 * sently vocSP  :, and youth ve set tbeir!i Y TO L CENTER I is the date nthly meet* : Ladies Au xr'' t can Medic i i[ ) be held a.t .l | th the usual,, | social hotff I r 20 through ' d as Cin el qational of* en. Chapter ,,uxiliarY. rving booths ocal theatre r the after* .rformanceS, re describ" sanitariUra ers servig,.i ; Salvo CaP* n Selesnicg, Lawren ce : 29, will bel )ers of t Lg envelop aign of the.: Lgue of Ki$; tquarters i'.!i' above is Mr. Sam W. Tarshis, Grand President of Grand "calling upon the people of the State to participate in of B'nai B'rith Month, and to cooperate in the recog- of the worthwhile contributions made by this organization." further states that "B'nai B'rith has made many contributions toward the betterment of mankind and WOrked shoulder to shoulder with people of every faith, color creed in the interest of a better and stronger America." J)Wish Wa[ Veterans .... Commend E00senhower- It. Chasin of New National Commander of War Veterans of the States of America, last sent the following telegram Eisenhower: Jewish War Veterans of States of America endorse your action on of upholding federal Orders in Little Rock, Jr- Mob violence, fomented pressure groups, mt be permitted to thwart Constitution. As an of men and women :ht and died to preserve precepts of freedom, and democracy, as enun- in our Federal Constitu- we offer our firm suport to action that you might feel to preserve the dignity and the honor of our heritage." ',M (JTA)--The Elie- Plan School of Economics Sciences, which was ith funds contributed by Friends of Israel, was" here this week at spe- Ceremonies on the campus of ebrew University. Avivah Chapter Mizrachl WOMEN J.N.F. Breakfast To Be Held October 14 Avivah Chapter, Mizrachi Women's Organization of Amer- ica, will have its annual Jewish National Fund Bxeakfast on Mon- day, October 14 at 9 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Louis Lawson, 727- 35th Avenue. At that time, vol- unteers will make up teams to collect J.N.F. Blue Boxes assigned to the Mizrachi Women's district. : .A prize .will be awarded to the team bringing in the most money. The Jewish community is re- minded at this time that anyone contributing $3 or more towards the Blue Box Drive will have an opportunity to participate in the award of a free trip to Israel, sponsored by the national office of the Jewish National Fund. Women who are able to par- ticipate in this collection are ask- ed to call M;s. Lawson at Ea. 5711 or her co-chairman, Mrs. Martin Snyder at Ea. 3685. BOSTON (JTA) The Jewish Community C o u n c i 1 of Boston joined other Jewish community agencies this week in placing .on the record its opposition to a question on religious af4iliation in the forthcoming federal census. AID AT CONGRESS HOUSE cheon a"4'i!: Id on ThU gJ': the Tempi0: mare StI : ecember i:r 00et. A c@ loto at :ence We! ng some0rt :' '$" ' lp your .d.l_ :. ]erchandl: [ the Tram on the /* ,,..., Yond the origlnsl OCt. 1 deadline, ! E G"-anCORATING i ,| J COMMERCIAL--RESIDENTIAL /JP I":| J DECORATING OF BETTER HOMES " " *' r 'FE'  J .._ _ CHURCHES-- HOTEL LOBBIES v ' ,i'!!i::!|'.' '..tee E'tlmates ...... Old Country Experience ' , ., -- HA R L E S F O .... .... !, '.!,,.:vl 31s St South " LA 9983 ,t. St.. ,South Receptionists at the Stephen Wise Congress House in headquarters of the American and World Jewish Congress, to American Jews of Polish descent who seek to register perry nationalized in Poland. The U. S. and Poland will shortly ons concerning the possibility of a lump sum settlement of U. S. iland At the urging of the AJ & WJCongress, the U. S. Foreign ement Commission will accept reBistratioa forms for a short B'nai B'rith Women B'nai B'rith Women in the greater Seattle area, announce the formation of the Greater Seat- tle Council of B'nai B'rith Wom- en, with Mrs. Leo Levine as Council Chairnmn. "Great strides in the growth of B'nai B'rith Women in the past several years have automatically necessitated the formation of this Council in order to provide a well coordin- ated program of B'nai B'rith ac- tivity," Mrs. Levine stated. With the formation of two new chapters, there are now five chapters in the area. The Rainier Chapter under the presidency, of Mrs. Edward Ben- sussen will meet on the 2nd Wed- nesday afternoon of each month, in private homes primarily in the south end of town. Mrs. A1 Loeb is president of the newly organ- ized North End Chapter which will also meet in private homes on the 2nd Wednesday afternoon of the month. This Chapter's next meeting on October 9 will be in the nature of a birthday party observing B'nai B'rith's ll4th year, at the home of Mrs. Howard Michel. Seattle Chapr has changed its regular meeting day to the third Wednesday evening of each month. President Mrs. Harold Roberts states that her dhapter, too, will be meeting in the' homes of members. Cascade Chapter, with Mrs. M. Bud Rosenthal as ,President, meets regularly on the third Wednesday evening of the month. Overlake Chapter, a Bellevue, ercer Island Group, whose President is Mrs. Samuel Slade, meets on the fourth Thffrsday evening of each month. A fifty day national member- ship campaign is now in progress and all chapters have individual plans for membership gains. Seat- tle Chapter is holding a member- ship party on Tuesday evening, October 15 at the home of Mrs. Albert Youngman. Raiflier Chap- ter will kick off its campaign at its regular meeting, October 9, and the North End Chapter is offering a charter membership party on the afternoon of Oct- ober 30. Overlake Chapter will honor new members at a lunch- eon on October 9. A unique birthday party on Fri- day, October 11 to take place at the Veteran's Hospital will cele- brate the ll4th year of B'nai B'rith's existence when a birth- day cake will be shared with all the patients. All Chapters will participate with the Lodges in Sabbath Ser- vices at Herzl Synagogue on Fri- day evening, October 11, with an Oneg Shabbat to follow. For further information regard- ing specific chapters, contact the individual presidents or Mrs. Leo Levine. Evening Branch Council Of Jewish Women The/i, nnual Membership Tea of the Evening Branch of the Seat- tle Section of the Council of Jew- ish Women will be held on Tues- day, October 15 at 8:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Norman Is- quith, 2420 Magnolia Blvd. Mrs. Ruby Webber, Member- ship Chairman, should be con- tacted at Mutual 3146, for fur- ther information and transporta- tion arrangements. ACCURATE DRY CLEANERS . WE CLEAN WITH PERCHLORETHYLENE OR SOLVENT YOUR CHOICE OR LEAVE IT WITH US Finest Cleaing in tlae ort.bwest 2510 E, Cherry CA. 8844 Cultural Series at- Community Center Celebrating their 25th anniver- sary in the field of Jewish'Music, Susie Michael Friedman and Maurice Friedman will present their Cavalcade of Jewish Music at the Jewish Community Center on Sunday, October 20 at 9:15 p.m. Mr. and Mz's. Friedman have appeared in ahnost every Jewish Community in the United States and Canada throughout the past quarter of a century. Through their devotion to Jewish music they have inspired many groups and individuals to study and play. the music of the Jewish people. They are charter members of :he National Jewish Music Forum and the organizers of ,the Seattle Jewish Music Forum, which has gained national recognition. Un- der their direction two highly successful Jewish Music Festivals have been held in Seattle. Cen- ters throughout th'e country are joining Seattle in a tribute to Mr. and Mrs. Friedman for their con- tribution in the field of Jewish Music. Their program on October 20 will include music from Israel, Chassidic chants, Hebrew and Yiddish songs, songs of the stage and cantorial numbers. Other events scheduled in the Community Cultural Series are Celia Adler, who will appeal-on November 14, in a repertoire of excerpts from her stage, screen, radio and television roles. On January 23, 1958, Ruth Ko- bert, young American mezzo-so- prano, in "Songs of Our People." Rabbi Immanuel $akoblvitz, Chief Rabbi of Ireland is sched- uled for February 27, 1958 and will discuss the "Relationship of Judaism and Medicine." The series will conclude on May 1, 1958, when Alexander Ga-  briel, radio commentator and for- egn correspondent will speak. Henry Eisenhardt is chairman of the Education Committee of the Jewish Community Center, under whose direction the series has been coordinated. Working with the Center, as c0-sponsors are the following groups: ORT, Seattle Lodge B'nai B'rith, B'nai B'rith Women, Hista.drut, Work- men's Circle and the Bikur Cho- lim Sisterhood. Tickets for the eries are $5 for members, $7.50 for non:members. Single tickets may be purchased for $1.50. All prices include tax. For reservations and information all the Center, Se. 8431. Overlake Religion School Organizes P.-T.A. Mr. Ben Lerner and Mr. Jer- ry Berch are calling an organiza- tional meeting for a Parent- Teacher Association of the Over- lake Religion School, for Wed- nesday evening, October 16 at 8 p.m. to ]e held in the Commun- ity Room of the Bellevue Branch of the Seattle First. National Bank, it has been announced by Mr. Stanley Fleischmann, Pres- ident. All interested members of the community, as well as par- ents and teachers of the School are invited to attend. Dr. Charles Fine, Chairman. of the Education Committee an- nounces that the School will hold a Succoth celebration for the pupils On Sunday morning, 11 a.m.,-October 13 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Fleisch- mann, 9423 Point Drive, Bellevue. Mrs. Joseph Gayl Mrs. 3oseph Gayl, a memler of! the National Executive Committee of Women's American ORT (Organio! zation for Rehabilitation through Training) has been designated Na-i ,tonal Convention Chairman for the organization's 14th Biennial Conven- tion. At the Convention, which will" ,be held this year from October 21-24 in Chicago, national officers will be elected and basic policy decisions made regarding the operation of the organization or the next two. year eriod. ,t Over 1000 delegates representing the 40,000 members of Women's American ORT organized in 305 chapters and 31 regions in 20 states are expected to participate in the Conventiort. The agenda features a talk by Abba Eban, Ambassador to he U.S. from Israel, a report by Mrs. Victor Segal, national president of Women's American ORT, on her recently completed tour of ORT in-' stallations in Europe, the Middle East, and North Africa, and an ad* dress by Dr, Lincoln Hale, former Chief of the United States Opera.: ' tions Mission in Israel. ORT is dedicated to a global pro* gram of providing vocational edu- cation for Jewish people. Symphony Season Opens Oct. 28 and 29 The opening concert of the Se- attle Symphony Orchestra series of ten concerts is set for Monday and Tuesday evening, October 28 and 29. Works performed at the open- ing concert will be Wagner's Overture to "Flying Dutchman" and Tschaikowsky's "Romeo and Juliet" Overture-Fantasia. John Cowell, nationally known pianist now living in Tacoma, will play de Falla's "Nights in the Gar- dens of Spain" with orchestra. A woodwind quartet of Symphony musicians will play Mozart's "Sinfonia Concertante" for winds and orchestra. Ballet lovers from all over the state and Canada will be treated to dance demonstrations and pre- view impressions of the Royal Ballet' (Iormerly Sadler's Wells Ballet) at a luncheon October 11, at the Vomen's University Club, to discuss plans for promoting the 3allet's appearance in Seattle, November 29-30. The luncheon is being spon- sored by the Royal Ballet Com- mittee and by the Women's Com- mittee of the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, which is presenting the event here. Dance teachers and the public from all over the ;tats are invited and reservations should be made through the Se- attle Symphony Orchestra Office, 601 Orpheum Building. Mrs. John Graham, co-chair- man of the Ballet Committee with Mrs. Clyde (Frances) Med- ley, will tell of her impFessions of the Royal Balldt. 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