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Page Six THE TRANSCRIPT Articles of Incorporation for Jewish Residence Club Filed ttelb Photo Shown above signing articles of incorporation for Residence Club for Aged are seated (left to right): Melville Oseran and Mrs. S. Harvard Kaufman. Looking on (left to right): Bernard Rackow, ]terman Chalm, Samuel G. Holcenberg, Archie S. Katz, George Brandt and Arthur Farber. As a result of a study made by the Council on Aging of the Community Council Committee of the Seattle Federated Jewish Fund and Council, Articles of Incorporation have ,been filed by Melville Oseran, chairman pro- tern of a new corporation to be known as the Jewish Residence Club of Washington. Mr. Archie S. Katz is chairman of the Com- munity Council Committee and Dr. Norman Clein is chairman of the Council on Aging. The study brought out the fact-that there are at least 1,500 Jewish residents in the Seattle area over 5 years of age, and that there are a sufficient number of older people who need assistance in relationship to their living plans, but who would not benefit from a home for the aged, such as the Caroline Kline Galland Home. It was recognized that isola- tion, loneliness, carele nutrition h,bits and minimum incomes, which are important factors in the aggravation of the aging process, could in large measure be controlled through the estab- lishment of a Residence Club. Dr. Kurt J. Herz, Executive Di-: rector of United Help, I]m., of New York, advised our commu- nils, that a sum would be avail- able for such a purpose from lends held by he Material Claims Conference, to assist Nazi victims from Central Europe now living in America. An application for such financial assistance was filed, and there has been an as- 'surance that approximately $25,- 000 would be available fox' the purchase of a building to house l0 aged Jewi.h persons, provided that the project would have the lull cooperation of the Seattle Yederated Jewish Fund and Council and the Jewish Club of Washington as co-sponsors, and "Ne00 sed" look ,c w .For m'des an lllil@':But u cant beat our the cooperation and professional help of the following agencies In. the community interested in the field of geriatrics: The Jewish Family and Child Service, the Caroline Kline Galland Home the Jewish Community Center and the Seattle Section, Council of Jewish Women. Serving on the Board of Direc- tors are the following: Represent- ing the Jewish Club of Washing- ton: Herman Chaim, George Brandt and Karl S. Frey; Coro- t munlty Council Committee of the I Federated Jewish Fund & Coun- cil, Harold I. Poll, Nathan Fein- berg, Archie S. "Katz; Jewish Family and Child Service, Mrs. Boris Merport, Ivfrs. M. J. Alha- deft; Jewish Community Center Melville, Oseran, Sam Prottas Caroline Kline Galland Home Edward Starin, Mrs. Sam Roten- berg; Council of Jewish Women Mrs. S. Harvard Kaufman, Mrs. Leon Levy. A meeting is to be held on Thursday evening, December 12, at which time the various com- mittees on real estate, survey, housing, etc., will be functioning and it is hoped, stated Mr. Ose- ran, that within a short period of time, with the acquisition of a building, this important commu- nity project will be on its day. Seatffe Hebrew School The anual Chanukah play of the Satle Hebrew School is schedvied for Thursday, Decem- ber 19 at 7:30 p.m. in the school's auditoriom. An entertaining pro- gram f choral and dramatic numbe::s will be presented, and the public is cordially invited to attend, ,:ites Rabbi Samuel Graudenz, rincipal. A Silver Plaque of the United Good Nelghbor Fund was pre- sented to the Seattle Hebrew School fer full share participa- tion in t):e recently concluded Good Neigtbor Drive. The pres- entation v,as made to Rabbi Graudenz, at the 5th report luncheon of he UGN, which hon- ored the Education Division. The' schedvle change to three sessio; each week in the After- noon Ta,,ud Torah, has brought a favorable re.:ponse from par- eats, vh base recently enrolled ttmir c b;d(l:.n. The school is still acceplJg rew enrollees. Begie:.", cla.;ses meet on Sun- days ]Tom ll a.m. to 1 p.m. and on Tte(lay v.9d Thursdays from 4 to (; p.:,.. The advanced grades meet c, S.rci!ays from 8:45 to II a.r,, a.d on Mondays and Wedne.:dv.y,; fJ'om 4 to 6:15 p.m. Further" iffo.:mation is available by caltbg the principal at Ft. 2021. Patref, Transcflpt Advertisers Symphony to Perform Beethoven's 'Ninth' Tonight and Tuesday Beethoven's Symphony Num- ber 9 in D Minor ("Choral") will come to the Orpheum Theatre this Monday and Tuesday night, the 9th and 10th of December. The Ninth, with final chorus on Schiller's "Ode to Joy" will lea ture Rita Strcich, soprano; John Druary, tenor; Dorothy Cole, con- tralto and Donald Gramm, bass- baritone. Milton Katims and the Seattle Symphony Orchestra will be further assisted by the Seatth Chorale, under Leonard Moore. Miss Streich, who made American debut just three months ago at the Hollywood Bowl, is a member of both the Berlin and Vienna Opera Companies, and has sung in Paris, Rome, and Lon- don, and has appeared in song recitals with today's foremost or- chestras. Mr. Druary, a member of the New York City Opera Company, has sung the Ninth un- der the baton of the late Serge Koussevitsky. Dorothy Cole, contralto, as a result of winning one of the two firsts at the Chicago-land Music Festival, a few years ago, was presented to a nationwide audi- ence on Ed Sullivan's television program. She was recently one of the winners in the Northwest Re- gional-Metropolitan Auditions of the Air. In addition to the Ninth Sym- phony, Mr. Katims will perform Dmitri Kabalevsky's Overture to "Colas Breugnon," and Mozart's Motet "Exuitate, Jubilate," fea- turing Miss Streich as soprano soloist. Tickets are available at Sher- man Clay and at the Seattle Sym- phony office, 601 Orpheum Build- ing. OVERLAKE B'NAI B'RITH STUDY GROUP All Eastsiders and their wives are cordially invited to partici- pate in the next meeting of the Adult Jewish Education Study group to be held at the home o Bob Friedman, 233 140th N.E. Bellevue on Thursday, December 12 at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Joseph Wagner will be the speaker and will explain the conservative ap- proach to Judaism. John W. Friedmann, Adult Jew is h Education .Chairman, states that a growing library of Jewish books is now available at regular Overlake Lodge meet- ings. Use of the library facilities and participation in the study group should be of particular help to all who take such an ac- tive interest in the growth of Jewish community life on the Eastside. December 9, Women's Committee Of Brandeis Aids Library Mrs. Sam L. Levinson, Presi- dent of the Seattle chapter, Na- tional Women's Committee of Brandeis University, announces that all women who join before January 1, 1958, will be recog- nized as Charter Members. They will have their final opportunity to sign the original charter of organization in January at a tea honoring new members; time and place will be announced in the next issue of The Transcript. Mrs. Levinson stated that are now exactly 100 paid-up mem- bers, of whom 15 are life mem- bers. Those who wish to join should do so now, said Mrs. Lev- inson, by sending one year's dues of $5 or a life membership of $100 to the financial secretary, Mrs. William S. Wienir, 6250 Lake Shore Drive. Basically, the Brandeis Wom- en's Committee is not a fund- raising organization. Support to the Brandeis library is given by membership dues, and in addi- tion, participation in the Book Fund. Donors and recipients of gifts'to the Book Fund can have their names inscribed in the Brandeis University library. Mrs. Irving Anches, vice-president in charge of the Book Fund, has chosen as her Committee Mrs. Sam Rubinstein, Miss Ruth Hell- man and Mrs. Charles Alhadeff, who will be happy to supply ad- ditional information concerning the Book Fund. CARE Benefits from Halloween Collections Thanks to a junior high school student in Seattle who is con- vinced that i-Iallowe'en children's tours of the neighborhood should have more significance than col- lecting treats and candy for themselves, many needy people in Israel will receive CARE sur: plus food parcels. Tom Lobe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Lobe, 731 50th Av.e N.E., decided to "organize" some of his friends into collectors for CARE contributions and was so successful in his plan more than 2,530 pounds of food will aid the Israeli needy. His group included 13 boys and one girl and their canvass brought $165 in collections. As a result of publicity given his plan in some papers, several checks were sent for CARE, to Tom, who did all of tlie planning, obtaining of identification material and containers from the Northwest CARE office, and directed his group. The young people who de- voted their Hallowe'en to the CARE project in addition to Tom were his brother, Jimmy, Patty Wood and her brother, Wyatt Walt Kuelthau, Bob Kaplan Howard Lowen, Doug Arensberg Keith Liptack, Tom Sanford, Bob McMahn, Mike Lafrombouise, Ken Cribley and Bob Baskerville. The contributions went toward CARE Food Crusade packages containing an average of 22 ounds each. of surplus foods from the U. S. government. The one dollar per package contri- bution helps cover costs of pack- aging and delivery. Each package goes in the name of the donor. Contributions in any amourit may be sent the Northwest CARE office, Frederick & Nel- son, Seattle. Zeckendorf Cited William Zeckendorf, pre dent of Webb & Knapp,_. eelved National Jewish Bo" pital at'Denver's first Co merce and Industry Awar" a testimonial dinner in z honor in New York. M0 than 350 leaders in goverw ment, industry, and commer! Vice among them _. Preslde Richard M. Nlxon, sponso the event. Mr. Zeckendor who assembled the prolertY for the site of the United D lions in New York and Who originated u r b a n redeveloP' ment projects and sham clea ances in many of the natlOn largest cities, was cited [ "life-long devotion to the  levlatlon of human suffering', National Jewish Hosplttl  Denver is a free-care Vo sectarian, medical center f0[ diseases of the chest. For years the hospital haa op ated in accordance with m. motto: "Noe may enter v[ can pay; none can pay Way enter." Levlttown CommunitY Center Wins Award .; The annual Solomon Schell' Award of the United-Synag of America was presented ,. week to the Levittown Je'gf Community Center of Levitto Pa., for its activities in bebalI uo racial integration. ,., Presented at the closing u .q quet of the United Synagog ' national biennial conventlog. upstate New York, it marked , first time that a Solomon sch;, ter prize was given to a eot r '- gatlon for matters othe _o s p those pertaining dzrectly to Y gogue affairs, c* The award recognized the, tivities of both young Rabbi .e" liam Fierverker and his corn:# gation in the fight to secure 'd rights of a Negro family, Mr.. if Mrs. William Myers and .tP,e children, who had moved int:i Levittown community on A_u( 13 and were met with viole':t a,.0p" that exploded over the *.d pages of newspapers here a, abroad. ,0  Rabbi Fierverker and otber. leaders of the congregatlg, worked diligently and persSeif ly in an attempt to involve . ,f total memlTership in suPPgei the Myers. At the earlY s)eje of mob violence, it was only ;0 leaders of the congregation ;11 joined with county groups tti, denominations to set up.'a,lla zen s committee on behalf or Myer's family tlt The scroll accomfpanying sip award said in part, "The '_,f town Jewish Center has wol 01 universal admiration for its ai, moral courage in its deterW t w tion to live by the teaching.. Judaism and to translate th| teachings Into guides for efl conduct."