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December 1, 1953 THE TRANSCRIPT Page Three i SEATTLE'S B'NAI B'RITH NEWS i L I EASEAHE LDIIfiE Nn. lfl?00 I HELP ! HELP ! Same needy child will be 'happier if you help in the', CASCADE LODGE TOY PROJECT Toys and wheel goods are piling up at THE WORKSHOP 1708 East Fir For More Information Call Alvin Block--MAin 1396 NOTICE Cascade Members MEETING DATE CHANGE -- Wed. Dec. 2rid -- (8:15 p.m.) This month only Cascade Lodge Will Meet on Dec. 2 at the Corinthian Yacht Club 120 Lakeside Ave. Election of Officers and Board Members CASCADE LODGE IN TV DEBUT Cascade Lodge made its TV debut on KING last Thanksgiving morn- ing on the (Betty Evans) Com- munity Workshop program. The en- tire half hour was devoted to the Community Toy Project instigated by Cascade three years ago. B'riih Women The next meeting of Chapter will be held Wednesday evening, December 16th, at the Temple Center, at 8:15 o'clock, highlight- ing the Veterans and Armed Forces project. Lodge members, Girl Scouts and Uppermost in the minds of the Campfire girls were shown in an B'nai B'rith women at this time and actual work session. The story of for the next few weeks is the the project from its inception to Donors Luncheon on January 13th the present was moderated by Mrs. at the Olympic Hotel. As thi. is Ruth Manca of the Jackson St. Corn- the outstanding event on the chap- reunify Council, the original co- ter's calendar, no effort is being operating group. HF, ARINO AID Completely new-type instrument. Transis- tors give twice the power. Tremendoua battery savings. The world's thinnest hear- lag aid. Be snail... aay to wear. No prom- for the future. We have it new. COME--SEE and TRY ITI 0,, $ONOTONE .'T SONOTONE CORPORATION 1411 FOURTH AVENUE-- SEneca 16511 spared to make this affair some- thing to be long remembered. Res- ervations must be made with Mrs. Harry Weiskind at FR. 1969, at an early date. The social afternoon meeting will be held Tuesday, Dec. 8th, at the Town and Country Club. Luncheon will be served followed by a short btasiness meeting at which time all members holding advertising con- tracts are requested to turn them ever to the chairman, Mrs. Max Efron. Cards and mah jongg will be the feature for the afternoon. Members and friends are invited. The Membership Committee Js busily at work these days under the guidance of Mrs. Charles Bren- ner, chairman. Several intimate luncheons for propec-tive members ha LA lJlaAxol, Cx. ......  .... v be held at the home of Mrs. Howard Michel, followed by another at the home of Mrs. Manuel Lott. MERLE PAUL GRIFF Prudential Insurance Co. of America "it Was Not Raininq When Noah Built the Ark" MA. 6316 CA. 0485 Holidays Are Busy Days--Why Bother to Cook? When Shopping Drop In at LOU ARONSON'S--HEADS GRILL 1406 Fourth Ave. EL. 5553 (Everything from a Sandwich to a Meal) Try Our Famous Hot Corned Beef, Pastromi, Chopped Liver Sandwiches Booth and Counter Service LADLES WELCOME Open from 7:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A DEAL IN CARPETS AND RUGS? Then See SAM J. FINE of FINE RUG COMPANY 1935 THIRD AVE., CORNER THIRD AND VIRGINIA Phone EL. 3538 B'NAI B'RITH HONORS PRESIDENT EISENHOWER WITH ADL AWARD eoeeo@to@eeeoee@e@@eee@eeee@eeee@oe@, ;]Event Telecast Over Seattle Lodge Regular Meetung /Nation-Wide Ho_____ook-Up IJl  / President Eisenhower was pre- Wednesday IMCI,.o L 8:15 P.M. i/sented a week ago last Monday _ T L with the 1953 America's Democratic TEMPLE CENTER ;/Legacy Award by the Anti-Defa- 15th Avenue and E Union Street  mation League of B'nai B'rith. The /hour-long telecast program origi- LI&AIklA'II'iIII X| nated in the Mayflower Hotel., IIVI1III/,II|Vll | Washington, D. C., and climaxed a of [ four-day "Freedom Forum." The | program was produced by Richard iill:l:llj[mll:JS  Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II run un mmae, P' and was televised over all the major for 1954 Be Sure to Come and Nominate Your Choice of Officers for the Ensuing Year . . also . P "BEHIND THE SCENE WITH USO-JWB" A Talk by Philip Passer, Area Director, uSe-Natl. JWB 00OILING POT-- 00E0000ESHMENTS ADVANCE SEATTLE LODGE MEETING ELECTION NOTICE OF OFFICERS FOR 1954 Added Attraction-- "PAST PRESIDENTS' NIGHT" Honoring All Seattle Lodge p.P.'s TEMPLE CENTER WEDNESDAY DEC. 16 15th Avenue and E. Union Street 8:15 P.M. SEATTLE LODGE TO PRESENT CHANUKAH AND CHRISTMAS GIFTS TO VETS AND SERVICEMEN Men and women in B'nai B'rith lodges and chapters across this woolen gloves, bedroom slippers, country and Canada are now bus- photo frames, picture albums, wal- ily engaged in preparing more lets, pens, address books, cigarettes, than 14,000 Chanukah and Christ- lighters. For hospitalized service- women, gifts include bed jackets, bath powder, stationery, make-u mrrors, compacts, toilet water, manicure sets, cloth-covered hang- ers and change purses. mas gifts for disabled war veter- ans and wounded GIs home from Korea. The B'nai B'rith groups are also wrapping nearly 7,000 special gifts for servicemen who will be on the high seas on Christmas day. Seattle Lodge, in cooperation with Don 3. Kapner, Grand Lodge SCAFV Committeeman, will de- i liver hundreds of playing cards and reading books to veterans hospital- ized in Firland Sanitarium, Fort Lawton Army Hospital and the U. S. Public Health Service Hospital. The foregoing items are suitably in- scribed, "Compliments of B'nai B'rith, America's Oldest Jewish Service Organization." Charles Les- ser, VAVS Representative at the Veterans Hospital will assist in the distribution of Seattle Lodge gifts to the veterans at that institution. Instead of a direct drive for gifts by committee members, members and merchants of our lodge are re- quested not to forget the veterans by sending donations and ready- packed gifts to our lodge office please telephone MAin 1501 and advise whether any of the holiday gifts listed below are ready and if ou desire to have someone pick up the items for direct distribution to veteran patients, viz., shaving sets, T-shirts, socks, handkerchiefs, shav- ing mirrors, sleeveless sweaters, Remember Our Disabled Vets and Servicemen at Chanukah and ChristmaS with donations and packaged gifts bring yours to the B.B. fficeRaam 724 Seaboard Building  or, call MAin 1501 to arrange for plck-up af gifts. networks. Included in the telecast shown over KING-TV in Seattle and KTNT-TV in Tacoma, was musi- cal program, a historical review and a dramatization of the progress America has made in the field of civil liberties in the past 40 years. Ben Grauer and Walter Cronkhite acted as commentators and intro- duced a galaxy of stars and govern- merit officials. Mr. Eisenhower delivered a brief address on civil rights and Archi- bald MacLeish, former assistant Secretary of State, and Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt discussed 'the interna- tional impact of racial prejudice in this country. Viewers also saw Ethel Mermen, Helen Hayes, Lu- cille Ball. Desi Arnaz, Jane Fro- man, Eddie Fisher, Lilli Palmer, Rex Harrison, Herb Shriner, Wil- liam Warfield, Jackie Robinson, William Frawley and Vivian Vance. The TV cameras were also focused on justices of the Supreme Court, Bernard Baruch, Henry Ford II, and other governors, senators, con- gressmen, White House officials and religious, business and educational leaders. Help Seattle Lodge grow, and add strength ta the voice of the new, dynamic President of B'nai B'rith, Philip M. Klutz- nick! The Membership Campaign is on! Sign up one new member with this blankl Ta: Seattle Lodge Na. 503, B'nai B'rith 724 Seaboard Building Seattle 1, Washington I AM OF THE JEWISH FAITH AND PLEDGE MYSELF TO SUP- PORT THE HIGH IDEALS AND PURPOSES OF E'NAI B'RITH NAME .................................................................. DATE OF BIRTH ................................................... HOME ADDRESS [] ....... ..................... (ZONE) ..... BUSINESS ADDRESS [] . ...................... (ZONE) ...... HOME TELEPHONE ........ BUSINESS TELEPHONE .............. OCCUPATION ....................................................... HAVE YOU EVER BEEN A MEMBER? WHAT LODGE OR CHAPTER? PROPOSED BY ................................................................ ............................................................... Signature of Applicant for Membership * Please indicate where you wish your mall sent. At least 7 out of 10 will join if you ask them. ASK THEM l Do Your Part-Fill This Out