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ors Ph0ta N shlngton ttended hinggon of zeta the Col" Tacoma 1 at t. plans to f Fag eg of tis 1 falily 195S. :HI vho ta qational ti Wot1" merica, sire re- ctivit t ;ting ield at 12 P 5. Lo ; ze. The d by tions [rs ili w ons a: ime for ) malce eting- 'Decdmber 9, 1957 I00CAIIE LflllfiE N.. iRiS? Hurry-- Hurry -- Reservations Are Going Fast CASCADE LODGE PRESENTS NEW YEAR'S EVE SPANISH BALLROOM--OLYMPIC HOTEL 9:30 P.M. Only $1"2.75 Pr Couple-- INCLUDING: Chopped Liver, Favors, Snacks, Hats, Noise-Makers, Balloons and Four Free Drinks PLUS--8 PIECE ORCHESTRA--5 COUPLES PER TABLE DRINKS AVAILABLE ALL NIGHT Chairman, CHUCK ABRAMS CALL MI. 7136--MAIL CHECKS TO 1931 E. McGRAW Reservations Are in Order This will be the greatest! A truly colossal New Year's Eve larty is waiting for you and your gang at the Spanish Ballroom of the Olympic Hotel. Festivities will begin at 9:30 p.m. when Jack Smith and his eight-piece orchestra strike the first down beat. All this for only $12.75 per COUple: noise-makers, favors, bal- loon, snacks, chopped liver, hats, confetti and four drinks on the house. Tables are set up for five COUples and drinks will be avail- Cascade Highlights Dates to save in January hursday, January 2, regular eeting Saturday, January 25, Installation Dinner Dance, at the Olympic Bowl, 7:30 p.m. Congratulations to 2nd Vice- lresident Sol Halfon for his ter- fic work on membership during he current drive. Hats off to Brothers Vie Piha, ian Goldman and Paul Fuxon r making brotherhood meaning- 1 by distributing Thanksgiving askets. & All workers get ready for a Onderful Lodge March of Dimes reject now being planned by Ztizenship and Civic Affairs Chairman Eddie Barrat. P.S. Make your New Year's Eve eServation now. B'NAI B'RITH BRIEFS 1 NEW YORK: I. W. Garek, Co- UVabu,% O, attorney and, national ice-president of B'nai B rith, left st week with a group of 60 lUsiness and civic leaders for a U'day tour of news and radio nstallations operated on the rim f the Iron Curtain by the Cru- fade for Freedom. A Canadian community has do-i Lted money from its city treas- as a gift to a B'nai B'rith able all night. But don't delay, reservations are going fast, and time is short. Make yours today, Call Chairman Chuck Abrams, Mi. 7136, mail checks to 1931 E. McGraw. Do it now. Toy Project The Cascade Lodge Toy Project is once again making a magnifi- cent contribution to the social betterment of our community. There are only two weeks re- maining but co-chairmen Jake Rocker and Alvin Block say that this year more toys will be given to more children than ever be- fore. Work is continuing Monday, Tuesday and WeGinesday evenings as well as, Sunday mornings. The new location is at the New Rich- mond Hotel, 4th South and Main. There is still time for everyone to get in a few hours on this won- derful work, so come on down and do yourself, as well as some lucky kids, a favor. tian Lodge in the Quebec city of Ste. Agathe des Montz has pro- vided help to various civic pro- grams. Recently the city officials :decided on a surprise appropria- tion of $200 to show the commun- ity's gratitude. This is the first time a community has ever made such a contribution to a B'nai B'rith lodge: WASHINGTON (JTA) The number of Jewish inmates of Federal prisons is so small, rela- tively, that not a single full-time Jewish chaplain is required to serve them. This was revealed in a report by tb, e director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons on the its services to eommun- religious program in govern- Projects and civic agencies, ment institutions during the last B'nai B'rith Lauren=  fiscal year. PAINTING and DECORATING COMMERCIAL- RESIDENTIAL Specializing its DECORATING OF BETTER HOMES CHURCHES-- HOTEL LOBBIES Free Estimates Old Country Experience CHARLES FOX 2308 31st St. South LA. 9983 Let Me Deliver Your New LINOOLg, MEROURY or O0TINHTAL "FINEST CAR IN THE WORLD" RALPH G. GROSSMAN - MAin 5355 McKAY'S PACIFIC LINCOLN-MERCURY, INC. Westlake North at Mercer Seattle 9, Washington THE TRANSCRIPT Page Three Grand President of District No. 4 B'nai B'rith In the background of a man who is being hogored for his service to the communKy and his devotion to his people, there always stand the members of his family who make sacrifices in their own way equal to and often greater than the sacrifices he makes. In the case of Sam Tarshis, it is his devoted wife, Emma, and his children, Lawrence and Ann. Their share in this tribute is more than just reflected glory, because they stand side by side with him in his dedicated service. His zeal for serving his community, his country and his people is exceeded only by the devotion of his family, without whose loyalty he could not have carried on his work. Tarshis is listed in "Who's Who in World Jewry," a biographical dictionary of outstanding Jews. Among the awards and honors which Mr. Tarsllis has received and the organizations with which he has been affiliated are the fol- lowing: Distinguished A w a r d from the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children, 1956; Na- tional ZOA Award, 1948; National UJA Award, 1950; National JDA Award, 1953; National ADL Award, 1953; Akiba Award, 1948. He has served as President of Se- attle Zionist District, 1947; Se- attle Federated Jewish Fund & :Council, 1950-51; Seattle Lodge, B'nai B'rith, 1952; Seattle Jewish Community Center, 1954-57. He has been Chairman of Washing- ton S tale Regional Advisory Board of ADL, and of the of Washington UJA. In addition Tarshis has served as treasurer the Jewish Family & Child Serv- icd, 1947-51; and has been a mem- ber of the Seattle JWB Armed Services Committee, of the Health & Welfare Council, Intergroup Relations Committee, 1950-52; of the Executive Committee and the Nomination Committee of the Health & Welfare Council, and on the Executive Committee" of Washington State Citizens Com- mittee for an Omnibus Civil SEATTLE LODGE NO. 503 B'NAI B'IITH REGU,LAR MEETING, Wednesday December 18, 1957 Eight-Fifteen P.M. TEMPLE CENTER 15th Avenue and East Union SPECIAL PROGRAM: Past Presidents Will Conduct Opening Ritucd Introduction of Past Presidents Brief Address by SAM TARSHIS, President Grand Lodge District No. 4 NOVEL--UNUSUAL SURPRISE ENTERTAINMENT REMEMBER... ELECTIONS at This Meeting (See BE Article on This Page for List of Nominees) IRVING C. LEWIS Secretary ALBERT N. YOUNGMAN President Attend Dedication .of B'nai B'rilh Building Two Seattle civic leaders were delegates to the 114th annual meeting of B'nal B'rith, which opened Thursday, November 21 in Washington, D.C. They are Samuel W, Tarshis, a member of the organization's na- tional governing body, and Pres- ident of District No. 4 and P. Al- len Rlckles, a past ]president of District No. 4. six-day" Principal event of the meeting was the dedication of the new $1.6 mi 11i o n B'nai B'rith Buildinga modern eight-story structure housing the first Jewish museum in the nation's capital, a resea[ch library on human rights and the national head- quarters of the world's largest Jewish service organization. Secretary of Labor James P. Mitchell, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, Supreme Court Justice Tom Clark, Attorney General William P. Rogers, and B'nai B'rith presi- dent Philip M. Klutznick, who is Walters Photo Ann, 20, daughteer of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tarshis, a graduate of Roosevelt High School in Se- attle, now attending Mills College in Oakland, Calif. Rights Law, 1956-57. He is a na- tional board member of the Unit- ed Service for New Americans and a National Vice Chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee since 1953; a National Commis- sioner of the ADL and a member of the Board of Governors of the Supreme Lodge, B'nai B'rith; a member of the Board of Brandeis Youth Foundation, and a member of the National Building Commit- *tee of the Henry Monsky Foun- dation. Luncleon Club Meets Wednesday Noon The Noonday Luncheon Club, sponsored jointly by the Seattle Lodge No. 503, B'nai B'rith, and the Seattle Jewish Community Center, will present Dr. Giovanni Costlgan, Professor of History at the University of Washington, at its next meeting, to be held at noon on Wednesday, December 11, at the Jewish Community Center, 1916 Fourth Avenue Seattle. Dr. Costigan has just returnee to Seattle after an absence of more than one year, which he spent in traveling through Afri- ca, Asia and Israel. He spent sev- eral weeks in Israel, arriving there directly after the Sinai campaign. Dr. Costigan's keen analysis of what he found in that part of he world should prove to be interesting and stimulating to all those who attend. As is customary at-these meet- ings, a kosher luncheon will be served at a cost of $1.25 per per- son. Herbert Gottschalk and Pro- fessor A1 Schreiber are Co-Chair- men of the,Luncheon Committee and assure those who want to come that the meeting will end promptly at 1:30 so that they can return to their places of business. Reservations may  be made by calling B'nai B'rith at MA. 1501 or the Jewish Community Center at SE. 8431. a U. S. delegate to the United Nations, head the list of speakers and guests who participated in the two-day dedication program. The ceremonies drew 1,000 dele- gates to the nation's capital. A bronze menorah was illum- inated formally opening the T- shaped glass and white brick B'na'I B'rith Building. The seven- foot candelabra, symbol of B'nai B'rith, stands at the entrance of the building. The base is sculp- tured in relief depicting the 12 tribes of Israel. The candelabra is a gift from B'nai B'rith units of Latin America. Honored Waltern Photo Mrs. Sam W. Tarshls --Waiters Photo Lawrence, 24, recently assigned to Fort Eustis, Virginia, is also a graduate of Roosevelt High School and attended Seattle Uni- versity. He has been serving in the Armed Forces for the past two years and is scheduled for separation on December 17. "PAST PRESIDENTS" NrrE" WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18 The next regular meeting of Seattle Lodge will be held at Temple Center on Wednesday, December 18, at 8:15 p.m. Desig- nated as "Past Presidents' Nite," an especially interesting program has been arranged by the com- mittee in charge, Irving Levttin, Albert France, Sol Esfeld and Leo Levine. The opening ritual will be con- ducted by Past Presidents and all the Past Presidents in attendance that evening will be introduced. Sam W. Tarshis, a Past President of Seattle Lodge, and now Presi- dent of Grand Lodge, District No. 4, will give a brief address. There will be election of officers and board at the meeting. The follow- ing were nominated at the No- vember meeting and will stand for election: President, Dr. Louis Caplan; 1st vice-president, Leon- ard W. Schroeter; 2nd vice-pres- ident, Melville Oseran; executive secretary, Irving C. Lewis; treas- urer, Morris B. Hanan; warden, Jack Tacher; guardian, Martin Pick; chaplain, Albert N. Young- man; trustees, Howard Michel, Harry Ash, George Cantor (3- year term). The following were nominated for the executive board, 10 to be elected" Philip Boguch, Arthur Diamond, Wayne Droker, Henry Finkel, Leo Friedman, Gerson M. Goldman, Herbert Gottschalk, William Hlmelhoch, Dr. Alvin Katsman, Dr. Alfred Kiewe, Charles Lsser, Sidney Z. Melt- zer, Solie Ringold, Sydney Rod- gers, Nathan Ross, Sam Soule, Leon Uzlel, Joe L. Wolfe, Alvi Zionltz. PITTSBURGH, Pa.: Frank R. S. Kaplan, steel company execu- tive and a national Jewish com- munity leder, died last week at the age of 71. He was one of the national leaders of B'nai B'rith, the JeW- ish service organization, serving as a member of its Board of Gov- ernors and as national chah'man of the B'nai B'rith Henry Monsky Foundation. l .... '