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Susan & Michael, (Seated L-R) Norm, David and Bunne Stahl. Stahl Family Moves To Miami Bunne and Norm Stahl raoved to Seattle from Philadel- P.hia, in 1948, and after having Ved here for 22 years feel like _atives Their children Michael, SUSan and David were born in Seattle Mr Stahl represented Cinderella and Nannette, child- re , ,,n s dress hnes and travelled "ashington and Oregon for the Pas t 22 years, m They have now left oved to Lvdanfi Beach where Mr. Stahl purchased the Deauville Pack- age Store. The Stahls are resid- ing at 1880 So. Treasure Drive, Miami Beach, Florida 33141 Apt. 4-L. David, age 14, attends Nautilus Junior High School- Susan, 16, attends Miami Beach Senior High, and Michael 18, attends Miami-Dade Junior Col- lege. To all their friends they extend an open invitation to "please call" when vacationing in Miami Beach. SEPTEMBER 30, 1970 Caroline Kline Home Plans to Add 50 Beds The following is the Rash Hashonah message of the Caro- line Kline Galland Home: "The officers and board of your Caroline Kline Galland Home have much for which to be thankful on this New Year 5731. Ever since the new home was opened approximately three years ago our admissions committee has been burdened with an ever-increasing dilem- ma. "How do you accept a well- deserved application for admis- sion when every allowable bed is occupied? Is it considerate to notify an applicant they have been accepted on the waiting list and not be able to admit them in time to let them enjoy their last years in what has grown to be Seattle's finest re- tirement and nursing facility? "Realizing the need to do something, your Board decided to ask the Jewish Federation and Council of Greater Seattle to conduct the Survey on Aging. Since the Home was only one in a group of services to Seattle's Aged, it was felt that an overall survey was necessary to place the Home's facilities in better perspective. As a result of this survey we now have recommen- dations to the Federation for ongoing services to assist those awaiting entry to the Home, and a recommendation that the Home proceed as soon as possi- ble to add fifty beds to its facili- ties. "This is why we are thank- ful: we now feel that our Home is an integral part of the Jewish community's responsibility to its aged. While the financial climate is not the best in the Greater Seattle Area this year, it is felt that every means should be employed to proceed with haste to shorten the period of waiting for these elderly. "The Home is constantly. seeking contributions from indi- viduals, family, and friends to supplement its needs, and uses its trust funds and help from the Jewish Federation to com- plete its support requirements to those residents on public as- sistance. "We are thankful and appre- ciative for our devoted staff, for a fabulous volunteer program, and for a hard working consult- ing board. That have taken a beautiful physical plant and made it live for those aged for- tunate enough to enter. May the New Year and those to come be the beginning of a Kline Galland Retirement Home for all those who seek its haven!" THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT PAGE 25 AJC Leader Urges Action In Message Arnold Robbins, chairman, Seattle Chapter, American Jew- ish Committee, issued the fol. lowing New Year's message: "A Rash Hashana message is, traditionally, a message of hope- a hope and prayer for a better year to come. Certainly, when we consider the world in which we live, there is no dearth of subjects on which our hopes and prayers may be cen- tered. "It is not particularly Jew- ish, but nevertheless completely true, that "God helps those who help themselves". Perhaps this is but another way of observing that actions speak louder than words, even when those words are prayers. "We of the AJC take pride in the fact that through its aus- pices, and the application of such time, talent and energy that can be spared from our daily responsibilities, action is being taken on many, many fronts to improve our world. "Let us, then, unselfishly center our hopes and prayers for the coming year on our- selves, and our co-religionists and friends the world over. May we be granted the privilege of j continuing the struggle, 'and Happy New Year 5731  j Best Wishes for Health and Happiness for the may our struggle have an effec- A Yedr of Health and Peace L J New Year 5731 Mr. and Mrs. George Prottas tive and continuing impact for Mr. and Mrs. Jack Berg "" J Mr. and Mrs. Robert Prottas the good of all mankind." and Family I Jeffery, Michael i : '  .?: VAH MR.AND MRS. ARTHUR LAGAWIER Best Selling iii ...................  : .......... :::,:::,/ A Happy and Prosperous For Review .......................................... iiiiiiiJiii ........................................... , .... New Year [ Happy New Year and Beacon Rainier Realty U A year of peace and happiness Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Adler Jim I. Akrish  'l Mr. and Mrs. Israel Volotin I and Norman t , extend sincere wishes for a i ]' Happy New Year and a year I !11  of Peace .. t'Shanah Tovah Tikutevu Best Wishes for the New Year Mr. and Mrs. AI Viesse, Larry and Idalee r.ch ' ll onderful friends . . . Please be sure to visit us while vacationing in Miami Beach. THE STAHLS Bunne & Nor=, Michael, Susan, David Deauv,lle Package Store J Across from Deauville Hotel & 4 doors from Pumperniks To all our wonderful friends :: 6640 Collins Avenue L'SHANAH TOVAH  nu ) Sincere New Year Greetings ,  Mr. & Mrs. Charles All -Hap.py U A edr of Health and Peace Mr. and Mrs. Jack Berch and Family HAPPY NEW YEAR 5731 With best wishes MR. DAVID HOFF "Portnoy's Complaint," Phil- ip Roth's controversial best sell- er about the "Jewish mother syndrome," will be the topic for discussion at the Jewish Com- munity Center on Mercer Is- land, Wednesday, October 7 at noon. This first program in the JCC monthly book review series will be open to the public with a $1 single admission donation. A $1.50 donation includes light re- freshments. Advance reserva- tions can be made by calling the center at AD 2-7115. Rabbi Jacob Singer, who is presently Rabbi of Temple B'- nai Torah on Mercer Island, will lead the book review series. He holds a B.A. degree in clini- cal psychology, BHL and Mas- ter's degree from Hebrew Union College. Other book reviews by Rabbi / I Singer include: "Love Story" by , BEST WISHES TO ALL OF ] Erich Segal (Nov. 4), "The Godfather" by Maria Puzo r OUR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES J (Dec'2)andTAutbigraphyf v NORM & ELAYNE ZINNER _1 Malcolm X' (Jan. 6). i lUUl an - nmn-,m ,,  me n n  u nun m"  ., ,' au,o , europe I I- U I ForTheWh,,te I n BUY/RENT/LEASE any auto in Europe. 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