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PAGE 6 THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT NOVEMBER 11, 1971 Robert and Beverly Benveniste Thanksgiving Banquet Sponsored by Auxiliary The Ladies Auxiliary of Con- gregation Ezra Bessaroth will sponsor the annual Thanksgiv- ing Banquet at the synagogue Sunday evening, November 21. A no-host cocktail hour at 5 p.m. will precede the dinner. Members and guests are cordially invited to this fund- raising event by the chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Benven- iste. "An enjoyable and impres- sive evening is planned," says Mrs. Benveniste. The program will feature entertainment by Gina Funes, professional vocalist, who has had a successful career as a singer in Seattle and in other cities. The donation is $6 per per- son. Reservations may be made by telephoning Mrs. John Israel, PA 3-7379; Mrs. Mike Israel, AD 2-3195; or Mrs. Albert H. Fran- co, TU 5-4554. Reservations are requested by November 17. Mizrachi Unit Slates Meet The Bessie Gotsfeld Chapter of the Mizrachi Women's Or- ganization of America will hold their regular Saturday night get together on November the 13th at 8 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Shain of 2550 Thorndvke West. A buffet supper is planned followed by a sociable evening. All friends and members are cordially invited. On the program will be a talk by Mr. Nathan Etkin on Current Events. 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Flee Parkia| in lid|. free rlrkill III Jenet IIIll, I Across from Royal Fork Other Locations: REHTON & BELLEVUE Five Seattle Women Due At Brandeis Meet Five women from the Seattle area, will go to San Francisco next week to attend the Western Regional Conference of Bran- deis University National Wom- en's Committee. They are the Mesdames Sam L. Levinson, Meyer Levin, Bernard Zeldow, Nadine Rice, and Robt. Levin, president of the local chapter. The Conference this year is being held in conjunction with a meeting of the Board of Trus- tees of the University, from November 18 thru the 20th. The women will meet at the Sir Francis Drake Hotel. Among the featured speakers will be Chas. I. Schottland, pres- ident of Brandeis University, Dr. Abraham Sachar, the found- ing president, who now serves as Chancellor, and Mrs. Albert Berler, of San Antonio, Texas, president of the National Wom- en's Committee. Bikur Cholim Sisterhood Will Meet Mrs. Joseph Russak, presi- dent of Sisterhood of Congrega- tion Bikur Cholim announces that the November meeting will be held Wednesday, November 17, at noon, at the Synagogue, 5140 South Holly Street. Lunch will be served. Joshua Gortler, director of the Kline Galland Home, will speak on "Current Social Prob- lems, a social worker's point of view." A baby sitter will be in at- tendance. Mrs. Abe Levey, PA 5-9079, will give rides to the Synagogue from the bus stop at Holly and Rainier. All members and friends of the Sisterhood are cordially in- vited. Open House Slated By Sorority Unit The annual open house of the Sigma Alpha Mu Parents Club will be held Sunday, November 14, 1971, from 2-4 P.M. at the Chapter house, 4714 - 17th N.E. The families and friends of SAM are invited to attend the tea honoring the parents of the pledges. Newly elected officers of the SAM Parents Club are: Mrs. Gerald Laws, President; Mrs. Leonard Wiviott, Recording Secretary; Mrs. Isadore Fein- berg, Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. Mervin Abrahms, Treasur- er; Mrs. Arthur Mendelsohn, Hospitality. Past Presidents and Advisors are Mrs. Sam Schupack and Mrg. Isadore Feinberg. A&P Cares... About Youl I I Shown with an art work and some statues for the Sisterhood Tem- ple DeHirsch Fourth Annual Northwest Arts and Crafts Show scheduled for Dec. 3-5 at the City Temple are from left Mrs. Althea Stroum, Mrs. Reeva Levine, and Mrs. Jean Locke. Warmth, Color toFeature Northwest Crafts Straw The drab days of winter soon will be upon us, however, there will be nothing drab about the Sisterhood Temple DeHirsch Sinai, Fourth Annual Northwest Arts and Crafts Show which will be held Dec. 3, 4 and 5 in the City Temple. The show will be filled with warmth and color due to the many artists that will be dis- playing their varied art medias. The following are just a sampling of some of the partici- pants: Gisel Berman, Kenneth Callahan, Priscilla Chang, Fay Chang, Jack Fellows, Richard Gilkey, Philip Levine, Rosalyn Gale Powell, Barbara Sargent, Steve Walker and Norman Warsinske. A committee headed by Mrs. Raphael Levine and Mrs. Samu- el Stroum, will display the paintings, while Mrs. Robert Silver is in charge of the sculp- tures. These will be attractively displayed in the Temple Center. There are many people working behind the scenes. Among these are Mrs. William Krivosha, secretary, Mrs. Ri- chard Leshgold and Mrs. Her- bert Kotkins, publicity Co- the Highest Possible Quality at the Lowest Possible Price In Every Department Every Day i Chairmen, and Mrs. Sheldon Locke, Vice President in charge. 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