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PAGE 12 THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT NOVEMBER 11, 1971 Hebrew Academy Will + Joint Jewish, Sponsor 'Fiddler' Film Methodist The Seattle Hebrew Acade- my announced this week that it will sponsor a benefit perform- ance of Fiddler on the Roof on Thursday, December 16 at 9 p.m. "Fiddler on the Roof" comes to the screen as one of the most popular musicals of our time. Since its original presentation by Harold Prince on Broadway back in September 1964, it has been seen by more than 30 mil- lion people in approximately 25 countries. Joseph Stein, author of the musical's book, based on the stories of Shalom Aleichem, also has written the film. Israeli actor Topoi heads the cast of the turbulent drama put to mu- The him like the show is highlighted by the marvelous songs and music of Jerry Back and Sheldon Harnick, including such favorites as "Tradition," "Sunrise Sunset," "Miracle of Miracles" and "Matchmaker Matchmaker." In its re-creation on the screen, Academy Award winner, producer director Norman Jewison has fashioned a compelling and fascinating motion picture entertainment. The general public is cordial- ly invited to attend. Tickets are only $10.00 each. - For reservations and reforma- tion, call Mrs. Michael Stern at AD 2-6161, Mrs. Morris Piha at GL 4-6765, or Mrs. Eddie Fisher at GL 4-6446. sic, with Molly Picon and Nor- ma Crane. The setting is a d small village in Czarist Russia, USY Sche_ ules where Tevye and his wife, Golde, scheme and haggle .t9 All-City Dance marry off.five daughters. Ski School Set November 20 By Synagogue On Saturday, November 20, The Ezra Bessaroth will USY will sponsor an All-City again resume its ski school for Dance from 9:00 PM till 12:00 the eighth consecutive season. PM at the Congregation Herzl- Classes will start January 9, Ner Tamid. 1972 and will continue each Live music will be provided Sunday for 10 weeks, by "Celebration" and everyone Classes in beginners, inter- in grades 9 through 12 is invited mediate and advance training to come. will be offered by a certified To help make this a great licensed instructor, success why not bring a friend Chaperoned busses will pick or two along with you (Jewish, up at the following three points: of course). Ezra Bessaroth, Mercer Island, The cost is only $1.50 and the and Bellevue. dress is casual so remember For further information the date and be sure to be please call Mrs. Sol Israel at there. AD 2-5294 or Mrs. Vie Piha at "A Pleasant Time Is Guaran- PA 5-3770. teed For All, In This Way USY Will Challenge The World..." Free Loan Unif Slates Meeting Captain Michael Green, President of the Hebrew Free Loan Society, extends a cordial invitation to all members and friends to attend the next meet- ing on Sunday, November 28 at 2 p.m. at the Women's Federat- ed Club. At this meeting there will be nominations and election of offi- cers for the coming year, Cap- tain Green said. An interesting program is being planned and refreshments will be served. Adult Club A regular meeting of the North End Adult Club will be held at the Hillel Foundation, 4745 17th Avenue N.E. at 1 p.m. on November 15, Monday. The drama class under the direction of Mr. Holly Mulky Service Slated Herzl-Ner Tumid Conserva" tive Congregation and the Me," cer Island Methodist Church will join together in an unusual Interfaith Family Thanksgiving Service at 7:30 p.m. WedneS" day, November 24 in the Herzl" Ner Tumid Sanctuary. Participating in the program of the B'nai B'rith Sabbath are from left Lou Weisman, President, Seattle Lodge; Sam Russ, President, Washington Council of Lodges; Jack Cohen, Executive Board member, Northern Area; Rabbi Mauriee Pomeraatz, Congregation HerzI-Ner Timid; Dalbert Rychter, Chairman; Allan Wideli, Presi- dent, Cascade Lodge; Bob Mermelstein, President, Overlake Lodge; and Dr. Abby Franklin, President Herzi-Ner Timid Congre- gation. Appropriate psalms for the occasion will be sung by the two combined choirs. Rabbi Maurice Pomerantz of Herzl-Ner Tamid will conduct the service. Reverend Richard Boyd of the United Methodist Church will deliver the sermon. B'nai B'rith Food Drive Scheduled Needy Jewish families will benefit from a food drive on Sunday, November 21 being sponsored by the Seattle area B'nai B'rith lodges. Lou Weisman, chairman for the event, said Overlake, Cas- cade and Seattle Lodges will man collection centers at the Hillel Foundation at the Univer- sity of Washington, the Jewish Community Center on Mercer Island and Grand Mattress Company at 4203 Rainier Ave- nue South. Collection centers will be manned from 10 a.m. to 12 noon by B'nai B'rith members and members of BBYO. B'nai B'rith Lodges are spon- soring this food bank drive at the request of the Jewish Fami- ly and Child Service. Persons are asked to bring canned fruits, vegetables and soups which meet the require- LOW DEAL o. s,z00s OF TIRES see Sid or Allen Russak- Your New Mohawk factory direct warehouse distributor for the meats of the Jewish dietary laws. Donations of paper goods, soap and other household clean- ing staples are requested. Co-chairing the committee are Al Widell, president of Cas- cade Lodge and Bob Mermel- stein, president of Overlake Lodge with Brother Weisman who is president of Seattle Lodge. Important Meeting of Cascade Lodge November 16, 1971 is the date set for the next meeting of the Cascade Lodge. It will be an important meeting and it is hoped that a big turnout of members will be there. The meeting will be held at the home of Allan Widell, 4306 N.E. 65th. Phone LA 5-8249. Bernard Burns will give a report on his project to stream- line the structure of the lodge. It promises to be a shocker. Quarterly Blood Bank Drive Seattle Lodge No. 503 B'nai B'rith will hold its quarterly blood bank drive on Wednesday, November 17, Sam Grossman, Blood Bank chairman, said. Lodge members and guests are asked to donate blood at the King County Blood Bank on Terry and Madison between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. All blood will be credited to the Lodge ac- count which is dangerously low, Grossman noted. ka. Brother Grossman will per" sonally prepare his famous p(r tatoe latkes in addition to haY" ing kosher sandwiches and up" propriate libations. Brother Grossman is donut" ing the party in honor of his 45th anniversary of his nuptials. For further information, call Brother Grossman at PA 5-5409. A night of athletics. A night of athletics for members of Seattle Lodge No. 503 B'nai B rith and their guests is slated for Wednesday, De" cember 1 at the Jewish Co" munity Center. Bob Maslan, Lodge vice President, said activities, sched" uled to start at 8 p.m. include basketba!l, volleyball, handball and swimming. A social hour, arranged bY Avrum Bay, is scheduled for 10 p.m. Men interested in an evening of action and learning more about B nai B rith are urged to come. Fireside Circle Slates Meeting _ The Fireside Literary Circle of Herzl - Ner Tumid Congreta: tion will hold its first session ol the season on Tuesday, NoveW: ber 23 at 8:00 p.m. Rabbi an.a Mrs. Maurice Pomerantz will host the meeting in their home J entire State. Mounting and balancing at our door. A post-donation party will be at 9614 S.E. 34th Mercer Island. Recapping available. Fleet road service, held at Brother Grossman's res- Discussions will be based o Northwest Tire Wholesalers idence, Apartment 106, Trade- selections from "Modern Jewish winds Apartments, 3801 S. Alas- Stories" edited by Saul Bellow. 612 South Nevada Street- MA 2-4116 From will meet the first Monday of the month at 10:30 a.m. Every-  one is invited to take in this fun  Saturday, November 13 and Sunday, November 14 a Stores group , 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. "'PerryK0's  a FREE CAKE.AND COOKIES ,, a for the K,ds and Adults a With 13 = Ads In RESTAURANT i]  rs r :)!   ZI ' 1 g; ! The Only Kosher Style "= , Bakery and Delicatessen m Town This ' ":a:;;n%:;;Z ''+ , !f 11:30 a.m. to 2 ,.m. Sundays 4 to 10 p.m. I  /72,// 7 NOW open daily 9-6 Tuesday through Sunday. Closed Monday  GL 5-2888 f; 129-106th N.E. 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