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Continued from page 17 Mercer Way, Mercer Island, 7:30 p.m. Miriam Flam, Relocation Counselor and real estate agent will be the evening's speaker who will talk about neighborhood persona,ties, price ranges, commute times, shopping districts and schools. For further information on this seminar call Ann Meisner, Adult Special Services Director for the Center, 232-7115. 1/10 (Fd.) Hispanic Shabbat Dinner B'nal B'rith Hillel, 4745 17th Ave. N.E., Seattle, 5:30 p.m. An ethnic dinner for Jewish young adults to share Shabbat. There Is a nominal fee which must be pre-pald. For more Information call Rae Ann, 527-1997. 1/11 (Sat.) All-City High School Dance Temple De Hlrsch Sinai, Sidney Z. Jaffe Room, 8:30 p.m. to 12:00 midnight Tickets are available for a small fee from Youth Directors. Proceeds will benefit the Northwest Association for Independent Living. For more information call Sandy Ruvelscn at 323-8486. 1112 (Sun.) He'ad Israeli Folkdance Club Newcomers Night Polish Home Association, 1714 18th, Seattle, 7:00-10:00 p.m. All newcomers and regular members bringing newcon)ers will be admitted free; otherwise there Is a nominal entrance fee. For more Information call Gordon or Sara, 524-0752. 1/12 (Sun.) Kilns Galland New Years Bali KUne Galland Home, 7500 Seward Park Ave S., 7:00-10:00 p.m. The 7th Annual New Years Ball at the Kilns Galland will feature entertainment by Gins Funes, and music by the Fred Radke Band. There is no charge for this event. 1/13 (Men.) Winter Quarter at the "J" Stroum Jewish Community Center, 3801 E. Mercer Way, Mercer Island. Over 125 Winter Quarter classes and special workshops begin the week of January 13th at the "J." Classes are open to members and non-members and a copy of the Winter Quarter Program can be obtained by calling 232-7115. 1/14 (Tues.) Isrsell Folkdancing Evening B'nal B'rlth HIIlel, 4745 17th Ave. N.E., Seattle, 7:30 p.m. Young adults are Invited for Israeli dancing with Yehuda Sabag, a professional dance Instructor. No past experience is necessary. Refreshments will be served. For more Information call Rae Anne, 527- 1997. 1114 (Tues.) Cascade Women's Chapter ORT Meeting Northend Stroum Jewish Community Center, 6800 35th Ave. N.E., Seattle, 7:30 p.m. Nancy Sternoff will speak on "Soviet Realities and the Plight of Its Jews." This event Is co-sponsored by the Northend SJCC and Cascade Women's ORT. For more information call 526-8073. 1/14 (Tues.) Seattle Chapter ORT Meeting Council House, 1510 17th Ave., Seattle, 12:00 p.m. For this regular luncheon meeting call Sophie Wolfetone for reservations, 323- 7271. 1/14 (Tues.) Hatlkvah Hedassah Meeting Negrln home, 4011 96th S.E., Mercer Island, 10:00 a.m. Nancy Sternoff will speak about her recent trip to the Soviet Union to visit Refusenlks. For more information call Shalnle Schuffler, 232-3915. 1114 (Tues.) Cascade Chapter ORT Meeting Northend Stroum Jewish Community Center, 8800 35th Ave. N.E., Seattle, 7:30 p.m. Nancy Sternoff will speak on her recent trip to Russia with Senator McDermott at this regular Tuesday meeting. 1116 (Wed.) Puget Sound Chapter ORT Meeting This Is a dinner meeting which will begin at 8:00 p.m. For information or reservation call Harriet Furman, 232-1761. 1/15 (Thurs.) Seattle Chapter of Brandeis University National Women's Committee Seminar Glendale Country Club, Bellevue, 7:30 p.m. Dr. Robert Greenberg, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Brandeis University will speak on "The Media: Philosophers of the 80'8." This program Is part of Brandeis University National Women's Committee University Speakers Visiting Professor Seminar. For further Information and reservations call Nina Waldman, 455-4766 or Margot Kravette, 863- 7934. 1/17 (Fri.) Young Adult Shabbat Dinner HerzI-Ner Tamld Conservative Congregation, 3700 E. Mercer Way, Mercer Island, 6:30 p.m. This Shabbat festivity Includes an early service, dinner, and singing, followed by a discussion with Nancy Sternoff who recently returned from a trip to the Soviet Union. Single and married people are invited. There Is a fee, and reservations must be made in advance. For further information call Shawn Locke, Program Director, 232-8555. 1/19 (Sun.) N'schey Shalom Hadasaah Meeting Council House, 1501 17th Ave., Seattle, 12:00 p.m. Mr. Bob Kaufman will present a slide show of the Talmal Yosef settlement in Israel. For lunch reservations call Dora Blond, 454-1160, or Nana Boxer, 3290426. Cancellations of previously made reservations must be done two days before the meeting. 1/19 (Sun.) Congregation Beth Shalom "Chal" Anniversary Dinner Congregation Beth Shalom, 6800 35th N.E., Seattle, 5:30 p.m. Festivities begin with dinner and musical entertainment follows as Congregation Beth Shalom celebrates its eighteenth "Chai" anniversary at the annual Founder's Day Dinner. There Is an admission fee. For reservations call 524- 0075. 1/19 (Sun.) Seattle Shalom Newcomers Trip Seattle Aquarium All newcomers to the area are invited to join others In visiting the Aquarium. The self-guided tour will be followed by lunch. For Information and registration call Ann Meisner, 232-7115. 1/19 (Sun.) He'ad Israeli Folkdance Club Beginner's Lessons Polish Home Association, 1714 18th, Seattle, 6:30-7:15 p.m. For more information call Gordon or Sara, 524-0752. 1/19 (Sun.) Trl Sisterhood "Getting To Know You" Brunch Congregation Ezra Bessaroth, 5217 S. Brandon, Seattle, 11:00 a.m. Sisterhoods of Bikur Cholim-Machzlkay Hadath, Ezra Bessaroth, and Sephardic Blkur-Hollm are sponsoring the brunch. Entertainment for this event will include selections by the children in Cynthia Cohen's "Quacker Tunes." There is an admission fee. For reservations call Renee HIrsch, 722-8066 or Laurie Young, 725-6865. 1120 (Men.) "Yore Ha Yeledlm" Program Stroum Jewish Community Center, 3801 E. Mercer Way, Mercer Island, 9:30-3:30 p.m. For children on vacation grades K-6, the Center will offer a day of field trips, swimming, arts and crafts, and gym time. For information and registration contact Debra Ryan, Youth Worker at the Center, 232-7115. 1/20 (Men.) Shlrs Group Hadaasah Meeting Welner home, 17050 Northrup Way, #19, Bellevue, 11:30 a.m. Dr. Welner will discuss "The Karaites -- A Controversial Surviving 8th century Hebraic Sect." Dessert and beverages will be served for a nominal fee and participants are suggested to bring a brown bag lunch. For directions and information call Dorothea Wexler, 885-2745. 1/20 (Men.) Mt. Scopus Group Hadassah Meeting Silverman home, 3715 48th N.E., Seattle, 12:30 p.m. Dr. Avraham Amar and his wife Mathy, both of the medical staff of Hadasaah Hospital, will be the speakers at this meeting. Co-presidents Mils Elsenhardt and Jaye Smith Invite all members and guests to attend this event. Beverages and dessert will be served and for directions call 524-5309. 1120 (Men.) Henrietta Szold Chapter Hedasaah Meeting Council House, 1501 17th Ave., Seattle, 12:00 p.m. Gloria London, Stroum Fellowship recipient, will speak on "Homage to the Elders in the Year 2000 BCE." Gloria London is teaching archeology In the Jewish Studies Program at the University of Washington and has participated In many excavations in Israel. Dessert and beverages will be available for a nominal fee; and bringing a sandwich Is recommended. 1/21 (Tues.) Senior Luncheon and Speaker Hel-Ner Tamld Conservative Congregation, 3700 E. Mercer Way, Mercer Island, 12:00 p.m. Seniors are invited to a Kosher luncheon followed by a guest speaker. Rabbi Edward Ellenbogen will speak on "When Does Jewish History Begin?" There is a nominal cost and transportation Is available upon request. For more information contact Shawn Locke, 232- 8555. 1/22 (Wed.) Preschoolers Shabbat Program Stroum Jewish Community Center, 3801 E. Mercer Way, Mercer Island, 9:45 a.m. "Shabbat with Preschoolers" will be the topic of Sally Lonn's workshop and will include arts and crafts, songs, and a traditional Shabbat service. For more information call 232-7115. 1122 (Wad.) Avlvah Chapter/Amlt Women Meeting Wall home, 6201 Wilson Ave. S., Seattle, 11:30 a.m. Judy Ballnt and Nancy Sternoff will together present a report with slides on their recent trip to Russia. For more information call Meta Buttnlck, 722-0982. 1123 (Thurs.) Lake Washington Chapter of err Meeting Kirvosha home, 4398 Somerset Blvd. S.E., Bellevue, 10:30 a.m. The guest speaker will be Gall Stagman, a local attorney. 1/23 (Thurs.) Mr. Rainier Chapter err Meeting For more information call Roz Plha, 746- 5835. 1/23 (Thurs.) KIIno Garland Home Monthly Residents' Birthday Party Kilns Galland Home, 7500 Seward Park Ave. S., 1:30 p.m. Temple De Hlrsch Sinai Sisterhood Chorale Group, led by Cantor Fran Lawson, and accompanist Paul Olson, will entertain the residents' Birthday Party sponsored by Seattle Section, National Council of Jewish Women. Home residents whose birthdays fall In the month will be honored. Relatives and friends of the honorees are invited to attend. 1/28 (Sun.) Jewish Widows and Widowers Meeting Northend Stroum Jewish Community Center, 6800 35th Ave. N.E., Seattle, 2:30 p.m. Dr. Joseph Schuster, a participant in the Union of American Hebrew Congregations Reform Movement's Ethiopian Assistance Project, will present slides of his recent visit to investigate the condition of Ethiopian Jews remaining after the cessation of Operation Moses. For further Information call 325-3003 or 632-9797. 1/26 (Sun.) Hebrew Free Loan Association Installation Banquet Sephardlc Blkur Holim, 6500 52nd S., Seattle, 5:30 p.m. Entertainment will be provided by Mr. Henry Siegl, former concert master of the Seattle Symphony Orchestra. Raffle tickets will be drawn for a large number of prizes. For reservations call Dr. George Kern, 722- 1774. Television 1116 (sat.) "The Jews of Moscow" KCTS channel 9, 1:00 p.m. This program documents the lives of Jews living in Moscow and their attempts to retain their religious and cultural Identity in a country controlled by a secular state. The prospects for Jewish emigration will also be explored. 1121 (Tues.) "Reunion" KCTS channel 9, 10:30 p.m. On May 4, 1945, Sergeant Chuck Ellington took part in the liberation of Mauthausen, a Nazi concentration camp. Among the prisoners who survived was Bronka Kohn. Neither EIIIngton nor Kohn spoke much about their war-time experiences during the forty years since Mauthausen. But, at a special governor's conference in Olympia, Washington, the two were reunited, and a friendship developed. Both tell their stories in this television program. 1123 (Thurs.) Hedtage: Civilization and the Jews KCTS channel 9, 8:00 p.m. This documentary series filmed in nineteen nations, captures more than 3,000 years of Jewish history. There are nine programs in this series and they will be shown every Thursday evening through March 20. Where to Bikur Cholim Machzikay Hadath Congregation (Orthodox) 5145 S. Morgan ................ 723-0970 ............................. 722-4440 Capitol Hill Branch Council House, 1501 17th Ave ................. 323-0344 B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at the University of Washington 4745 17th NE .................. 527-1997 Chabad House (Traditional) 4541 19th NE .................. 527-1411 Congregation Beth Shalom (Conservative) 6800 35th NE .................. 524-0075 Congregation Ezra Bessaroth (Sephardic Orthodox) 5217 S. Brandon ............... 722-5500 Congregation Tikvah Chadashah (Tradi- tional Reform; special outreach to Gay/Lesbian Jews) 1919 E. Prospect .... 522-5353 or 328-6032 Emanuel Congregation (Modern Or- thodox) 3412 NE 65th .................. 525-1055 Herzl-Ner Tamid Conservative Congrega- tion 3700 E. Mercer Way Mercer Island ................. 232-8555 Sephardic Bikur Holim Congregation (Or- thodox) 6500 52nd S ................... 723-3028 Temple Beth Am (Reform) 8015 27th NE ........... ....... 525-0915 Temple B'nai Torah (Traditional Reform) 6195 92nd Ave. SE Mercer Island ................. 232-7243 Temple De-Hirsch-Sinai (Reform) 1511 E. Pike .................. 323-8486 Temple De-Hirsch-Sinai (Reform) Suburban facility 556 124th N.E. Bellevue ...................... 454-5085 Yeshiva Gedolah (Traditional) 5220 20th Ave. NE ............. 527-I 100 BELLINGHAM Beth Israel Synagogue (Conservative) Broadway & Irving ......... (206)733-3413 BREMERTON Jewish Community Center (Conservative) I l Ih & Veneta ............. (206)373-9884 ........................ (206) 876-3341 BOTHELL Northshore Jewish Community 18515- 92nd Ave. NE, Bothell For service times and dates call Nick Parker ................... 481-3024 EVERETT/LYNNWOOD Temple Beth Or (Reform) 2714 Saratoga Lane Everett, WA 98203 ........ (206) 353-7571 or 252-8344 FORT LEWIS Jewish Chapel Liggett Ave ............... (206)967-6590 OLYMPIA Temple Beth Hatfiioh (Conser- vative/Reform) 802 S. Jefferson ........... (206)357-8160 SPOKANE Temple Beth Shalom E. 1322 30th St ............ (509)747-3304 TACOMA Temple Beth El 5975 S. 12th .............. (206)564-7101 TRI-CITIES Congregation Beth Shalom 312 Thayer Drive Richland, WA 99352 ....... (509)943-0457 Congregation Chaverim P.O. Box 536 Richland, WA. ........... (509)946-5866 YAKIMA Temple Shalom 15 ! 7 Brown Ave (98902) P.O. Box 2097 (98907) This service presented as a courtesy of 1983 RAINIER BANCORPORATION MMBER ED.I.C. Page 18 The Jewish Transcript Janu4ry 9, 1986