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PAGE 18 THE JEWISH' TRANSCRIPT SEPTEMBER 30, 1970 ,.. Temple Beth Judea Tells Services Times Temple Beth Judea, the Re- form Jewish congregation meet- ing at The Four Freedoms House, will have the following schedule of High Holiday serv- ices: Rosh Hashonah Eve (Wed.) Sept. 30, 8 p.m. Rosh Hashonah (Thurs.) Oct. 1, 10 a.m. Yom Kipper Eve, (Fri.) Oct. 9, 8 p.m. Yom Kippur, (Sat.) Oct. 10, 10 a.m. Sukkot Eve, (Fri.) Oct. 16, 8 p.m. Simkas Torah, (Fri.), Oct. 23, 8 p.m. While there is no charge for attending services, non-mere- hers who expect to worship at Temple Beth Judea during the High Holidays, are requested to reserve seating by calling EM 4-2805 for reservations. Sincere Good Wishes for the New Year Religious School Water Pipe Opens Soon At Break Ruins T. Beth Judea Toys for Tots Eyer A'EVER ACOROEO Temple Beth Judea, the Re- EGYe?'I CITIT.II I"O THE form Jewish congregation meet- 'DOIN LIVING IN IHE ing at The Four Freedoms Toys for the children were House, is ready to start its reli- the major victims of a Sunday ,JAjIIT IEPF..tY ItlED gious school, morning flood (Sept. 11) at Classes for Seniors (ages 13 Children's Orthopedic Hospital  IDENTIFICATION Ch5 to 15 years) will start Oct. 7, and Medical Center. But thanks [t :'/_,,STI'I[NG TgK[ IHEY HAVE 1970; other grades will start to the efforts of 18 Army reserv- Oct. 11,1970. ists about one quarter of the 1\\;I,7'')W 'T'[I 0F IN/II'/tIN0FIE The religious school will be water-soaked gifts for the young , -t SlAI. open to the children of all patients were salvaged. members of Temple Beth Ju- ,A pipe in the hospital's un- ! derground sprinkling system dea. The yearly fee of ten dol- I (0- 7 lars will cover all costs includ- burst flooding the ground floor OT C0S T{; ing books and supplies, area with more than 18 inches rec r'n The Senior class will study of water Most severe damage 72 [FF'T .l,!l  the development and application was to medical records and the IL[  2 /////. of Jewish ethics and morals toys in the hospital storage The reservists from Fort C0TI|E [ 1\\; / \\; r answered the plea for I L O  / /) from hospital chaplain Jaeger. Six mm from ] 0EI,00Q,000, [J / 3  ... th Group, Fort Lawton e, commanded by Col. ' Barnhardt, and twelve Medical Center Israel Auxiliary To from ancient to modern times, area. The intermediate grades will study the history of the Jews and pre-confirmation subjects. Juniors will be introduced to Jewish customs and traditions and their place in our changing society. Pre-school and Kinder- garten classes will be conducted for prelimary indoctrination of Jewish cultural values. The teachers, among whom will be Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bergsman, Mr. Bernard Press, Mr. David Schonbrun and Mrs. Cynthia Himmelfarb, are organ- izing an interesting and instruc- tive curriculum. Enrollment cutoff, because of the necessity of ordering books from back east, will be Sept. 25, 1970. Additional infor- mation regarding the school may be obtained by calling EM 4-2805. The Mark Litchman Family L'Shanah Tovah and Best Wishes for Health and Happiness Gerald teshgold New Year Greetings To All Our Friends Gerson and Florence Goldman L'Shanah Tovah Best Wishes for a Happy and Jogful New Year Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shaffer Alan, Jack, Herbert and Larry L'Shanah Tovah Best Wishes for a Happy New Year Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Golombeck Lawton answered the plea for help James Jaeger. Six men from the 50th Group, Reserve, Fred from the 1396th Terminal Sta- tion Compliment, commanded by Lt. Col. Robert B. Blancher, responded. They spent Sunday afternoon at the hospital getting toys out of the water and drying them out. Only 25 per cent of the toys used daily for the Toy Cart, for birthday gifts and for Christmas presents were saved, even through their efforts. The hospital recently had purchased most of its gifts for this coming Christmas. All stuffed animals and felt items had to be discarded because of the danger of contamination from the flood water. Other toys will be examined after they have dried out. Hard cover books from the Book Cart also were lost. Due to the damage to the storage area, the hospital will be unable to accept toys until a later date. Persons wishing to help replace the toys may make cash donations to the hospital's toy program. Executive Set to Vis'it Meet Oct. ] 3 Mizrachi Unit The Seattle Ladies Auxiliary of the American Medical Center at Denver will have its next meeting on Tuesday afternoon October 13th at the Women's Federated Clubhouse, 232 Har- vard Avenue East. Lunch will be served at 12 noon, to be followed by the busi- ness portion of the afternoon. Program will be in keeping with the New Year's Holiday theme. Mrs. Ed Hoff, vice-pres- ident and presiding officer of the day, extends a cordial invi- tation to members to attend and to bring friends. The names of Mrs. David Goldberg and Mrs. Charles Lor- her and Miss Esther Lebb have been added to the members of the board. Mr. and Mrs. William Sturman Wish their friends and relatives Health, Happiness and Peace for the New Year 5731 Happy New Year A Year of Health and Peace Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sussman Nancy, Trudy. Marian A HAPPY AND PEACEFUL NEW YEAR TO ALL Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lazoff Don and Steve New Year Greetings For the Year MR. & MRS. BURTON ROIIBINS and Family Best Wishes fir a Happy and Healthy NEW YEAR Mr. & Mrs. Irving Pe,zer & Thomas Peizer L'Shanah Tovah and Best Wishes I for the New Year 5731 I j Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sandman Lester and Irvin I Best Wishes for the New Year to all our relatives and friends Mr. & Mrs. Allan h Vinnick, Michael and Tina Greetings to all our family and friends Dr. & Mrs. David Sussman and Stanley Happy New Year A Year of Health and Peace Mr. and Mrs. Milton Silver [ A Happy And L'Shanah Tovah J Prosperous New Year and Best Wishes for a | To All The,' Happy New Year 5731 J Jewish Community I MR.& MRS. Mr. and Mrs. I GUN--ERIll Alexander Shafran SONDLAND ,., L.._...__ nd Gordon The presidents of the seatt!e Chapter of Mizrachi Wornen Organization of America a" nounce that Mrs. Devorah ltao" nowitz, Honorary National pre!" ident and Chairman of the MiZr achi Executive in Israel, will Ie in Seattle November 1st. Mrs. Rabinowitz, who liV in Tel Aviv, will speak at tla reception in her honor sundaY'. November 1st., at 8 o'clock a,r the home of Mr. and Mrs. sher don Steinberg. Mrs. Brown Ne Kadimah Head Mrs. Raymond BroWn 01 !" Bellevue was installed as pre_h dent of the Seattle-Kadi..u  Chapter of Women's Amerlo r O.R.T. (the Organization Rehabilitation throu,'h Train/ b Ilroll" ing) at a membershzp re-e.97u_. ment luncheon on Sept. 15, x ,.' The change in leadersr;n. occurred because of the reS,. nation of Mrs. Bernard S. Zuzu koff as President of the chapter' J L'Shana Tona/ BEST WISHES & HAPPINESS TO OUR FRIENDS IN THE GREATER SEATTLE JEWISH COMMUNITY.... FROM LONGACRES RACE TRACK 5