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MERCER ISLAND REPORTER. Wednesday, August 5, Page B5 Creme de hi Creme, the name of a group putti together a Seattle- area "l.ittle Black Book' with UNDINGNAIID listings of eligible men. reports that there has been a lot of re- spo. to Virginb Itmth But unfortunately, I accidently printed the wreog P.O. Box num- ber in last week's Reporter. So if you're single, male and sent in your photo and dossier to P.O. Boxanything you want for as long as 234, you might want to try again you want after the tone " and this time send it to Creme de la Creme, P.O. Box 245, Mercer Is- eee land,98040. I know some folks are a little The post office has been con- squeamish about donating blood. tatted about this error. I've done it a few times myself and oeo it's not the most pleasant expert- Four members of the Mercer Is- ence. But the Puget Sound Blood land Kiwanis recently had a re- Program, which provides for the laxing outing when they joined tel- needs of eight counties, says it low Kirkland Kiwanians for lunch, needs 450 more donors each week The group decided an unconven- day to meet the demand. tional entrance would be more fun, and sailed to the meeting in an 18-So if you're not among the faint- foot boat. The four included Larry hearted, consider dropping by one Lahey, John Cameron, Maurie of the blood centers. There's one at Brashen and John Graves, who Terry and Madison in downtown owned the boat. "It was a very Seattle; at 130 Andover Park E. by novel deal," claimed Lahey. Southeenter; and at 925 116th Ave. N.E. in Bellevue. I'm sure everyone has called a Not only will you be helping an friend, only to wind up with an an- urgent need, you'll also get a swering machine on the other end. mini-physical examination. Call This modern invention is surely a 292-6500. big help for those who don't want to miss a call. But I've always had a hard time leaving a message. 1 Here's a unique way to speno a feel foolish talking into what Saturday orSundaythis summer. seems like thin air. Join Greenpeaee of Seattle for a Nonetheless, some of the record- Whale Watch trip in Washington's San Juan Islands. The boat leaves ings which ask callers to leave a message are so creative that I'm from at 9 a.m. from LaConner, re- eompeUed to leave my name. One turning at 5 p.m. Cost is $26.50 for I came across last week really adults and t23for children. caught my ear. Here's how it Dates areSaturday, Aug. 15and went: 29; Sunday. Aug. 30; Saturday, "This is a live recording of Sept. 5 and 12; and Sunday, Sept. Johnnie Jones {I'm changing the 13. Reservations must be made in name). I know it's a poor replace- advance. Call 632-4326 for infor- ment for the real thing. But say marion. Jazzercise class offered Continuous registration is being taken for new classes in Jazzercise offered at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church hall. The energetic fitness program uses jazz dance movements ehoroograpbed to music from rock to ragtime, and meets from 9:15 a.m. to 10 a.m. Mondays, Wednes- days and Fridays. The first class is free, and the regular fee is $1.75 per class. Babysitting is available. Call Louise Wright, 762-8563, for fur- ,her details. Sin, group to meet ThePM I AM Singles will meet at the Mercer Island Presbyterian Church parking lot at 7 p.m. Satur- day, Aug. 8, to carpool to the SOa- fair Parade. Dessert will be served in the church Fireside Room after the parade. Children and friends are welcome. The group, whose name means "People Meet And Mingle," will hold meetings the second Friday of each month beginning in Sep- tember, when a potluck dinner and speaker are scheduled. For further information, call Dick or Ginnie Chappelle, 232-5817, or the church, 232-5595. Bridge scores MERCERCRFJlT BRIDGE winners on July 28 were: N-S, 1) D. Berry and S. Ur- baniak; 2) P. Mackenzie and A. Fleurot; 3) M. Ray,on and R. Bunin: 4) K. Rosoff and J. Madden; 5)the B. Breezes: E-W. 1)the D. Wests; 2) C. Allen and B. Borrell: 3) P. McGough and K. Fitts; 4)the J. Aslins; and 5) C. Hathrup and J, Richardson, Games are held at the club at 7: 30 p.m. Tuesdays. Upcoming special eveats are Open Pairs on Aug. II and Grand NaUooal Pairs on Aug. 18. For information or partnerships call 232-4117. ISLAND DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB winners on July 30 were: N-S, D G. Winter and G. Mar&oil 2b D. Lamer and M. Mont- gomery; 3) V. Wimmer and M.A. Cochrnne; 4) E. Chow and C. Breidenbach; E-W, D A. Lunder and R. Robbins: 2~ 7 IAnnert and J. Bolin; 3) R. Keifer and H. Browne, ; and 4) N. Le Compte and J. Had- ley. For information and partnerships call 2324)146. Scan Design offers you a quill, unhurried atmosphere and a staff dedicated to helping you create a home Or Office environmenf that is uniquely your own. scan I design Bellevue Honolulu IO ~ II~IIMIMMIS OINI~IS I. VlIilIA~i 14,1111 lill@lll IIImlOOMMT$ t~JWS IICtt*Nl~ ~llqllll@llOOtll4ffS CNAIm EVERYTHING DISCOUNTED IKIT THE QUALITY ! NIW MANUFACTUIIR'S SI4OWIOOM SP~IPI.ES NIW MANUFACTURIIR'S SURPLUS FUMtlTUIIE NEW MANUFACTUIIR'S DISCONTINUID STYLES * SAVE 20-10-40-60% NlW SUMmill NOUIB $/LMl i MMIr 114 lUI4. 15310 IlL-RIO RD. 641-9774 COUPON J Hours" Moo.-Fri 7-6 Sot. 9-6 $1 By VIRGINIA SMYTH When the nearly-completed Jewish Community Center addi- tion opens for use on Aug. 15, the social, cultural and athletic center will have almost doubled in size. The center's 55,000 square feet will jump to 95.000 and will include six additional preschool and two dayschool classrooms, a perform- ing arts center with seating capac- ity for 500, a large kitchen author- ized to cook kosher food, four ad- ditional racquetball courts, a multi-purpose room and a women's health elub. The performing arts center is likely to be the biggest draw. pre- dicted Rosanne Cohn, head of pub- lic relations for the JCC. "We hope to get major performing groups," she added. The auditorium will have a computerized acoustical system capable of adjusting to all types of performances, a back- stage area where stage props and scenery can be produced, dressing rooms, and lighting and sound systems. The kitchen also is an important addition, Cohn said. Previously the center has not been able to prepare food. "We will have a full-time staff person authorized to cook kosher food. We expect to have the kitchen in use at all times." Cohn said a senior citizen lunch program will be initiated next year. Kitchen facilities include con- vection, conventional and micro- wave ovens, industrial dishwasher and range, and a large refrigera- tor and freezer The women's health club, which will have direct access to the een- Rosanne Cohn stands in &ont o(a IlXmrtkm of the nearly completed addition to the JCC. (Photo by Virginia Smyth) Costigan to lecture at U.W. Dr. Giovanni Costigan will pres- Argentina; on Aug. 19. rights in ent a series of four discussions on other Latin American countries "Human Rights in the World including El Salvador and Nicara- Today" at East Shore Unitarian gua; and on Aug 26, a global view Church in Bellevue, beginning at 8 of human rights, including corn- p.m. tonight, Aug. 5. Costigan is munist countries, Southeast Asia, professor of history emeritus at South Africa. and the work of Am- the University of Washington. nesty International. Tonight's topic is the place of human rights in the foreign poll- Cost for the series is $16 ($10 stu- cies of former President Carter dents and seniors) or $5 per ses- and President Reagan. On Aug. 12 sion. For information call the he will discuss human rights in church at 747-3780. Home canning classes today ter's pool, will have a lounge, running track which is suspended Of the expanded Jt't'. "it's going steam room. sauna, jaeuzzi, show- from the ceiling of the existing to meet a lot of needs that have ers, and rooms for massage, exer- gym. and the men's health club been very pressing," t'ohn said. cise and hair care. will undergo a facelift. Outside. "it will make this the center of two new playgrounds and a tricy- recreation for the Jewish commu- Classes in ballet, modern dance, el path are being added nity.'" she added folkdanee and gymnastics will be held in the multi-purpose room. Cohn said center facilities, such Boh Miller and Bill Schwartz are The room will also contain basket- as the performing arts center, will co-chairman of the expansion ball hoops, be available for rental to commu- project nity groups. Interested persons The $5 million expansion also in- should contact Rita Lowy. director The Jr't" membership includes eludes the addition of an indoor of operations, at 232-7115. 1,135 families. Over lO.(N~l people use the facility yearly. Still to be completed is the Holo- caust Memorial. which will honor For information on programs Jews murdered by the Nazis from and membershq~, call 232-7115. 1933 to 1945. It will feature a bronze The center is a member-agency of sculpture by Mercer Island artist United Way and the Jewish Feder Gizel Berman. ation. DISCOUNTED Holly Kusak will lead two food preservation classes, beginning today, Aug. 5, with two workshops on home canning. The classes will run from 1 p.m.-3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. at the Community Center at Mercer View. On Tuesday, Aug. 11, Kusak will cover drying fruits and vegetables in two sessions, from 1 pro.-3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. Loehmann's Plaza Bellevue 747-1116 PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT Certified appraisals ~' 'L for jewelry and ~%, ~: un-mountcd gemstones NORTHWEST GEMOLOGICAL LABORATORIES 613 Seattle Trust Building -- Bellevue -- 454-5633 One Day Service Available WHY WAIT F011 FAILURE IN SCHOOL? If your child has difficulty keeping up, have you considered DYSLEXIA? (reading/writing prob- lems) Test now before school (normed IQ and Slingerland testing). Poeaible sign-up for tutoring. NORTHWEST CENTER FOR PERSONAL GROWTH 9750 N.E. 1201h Pi Suita #2 Jom0h C. Pruett Kiddond, Wa 900 821-7122 Education SpecialMt art tr0m I md For tlt~ Look You Love to Got DOLLAR CERTIFICATE OFF DRY CLEANING ORDER MERCER ISLAND STORE ONLY Exl~reoAugu~31L19el.e Li~OnoloaGu~ C4111~vak~ 1/20ol'OnlGonl 2911 78th Avo. S.E. Mercer Island 236-0422 TEMPLE of Worship THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF B'NAI TORAH 6195 92nd S.E Mcn:er Island S~ 5er~e Fnday~. IIp m Re|liP.mS 5dltlol, Sltrt q 4 ~ ~m H I~.~, ~:h~x~L r~,4 ~ 4~ p m Jacob Singer, Rabbi Temple Office 2.t2- 7243 First Church of Christ, Sciencis l,dmd ('tt~l V,a~ at % I: 471h IM~r~' klam,l SUNDAY SERVI('F. I0 a m. SUNI)AY SCH(R)I. I0 a m WED EVE MEETING 14 p m ('~*Id ~' prt~v Klled REAi)ING ROOM M,m-Sat I0:00-5:00 Thur~ 7 q p m EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL ('HURCH 4400 86th Ave. S.E. 252-1572 SI~NI)AY k i1~ Hqtl~ ( ~,lltrllUllkt~|l I0 till a m paln~h,t~.h4t,~l Nur~r~ A~ allahk J I'llllc)(',~! K O*.! Redeemer i.utheran Church ( Mns,~)url Synod) O{lO| Island t'tc'~t ~,'a~, Blblc('la~'~:', to! All ~,~ ~(), , 232-1711 }larry Schol/. Inlcrnun Paslo! Mercer Island Presbyterian Church 3605 84th SE 232-5595 9:30 Sunday Service I Nuur~,ry cJ provided) Riley E. Jensen, Pastor THE MERCER ISLAND UNITED METHODIST CHURCH . a'~ cm~*l, 701h & 24th S E "'*~."" SUNDAY 9:30 Church SCrV}L'L" ,cb,ld care prowded p (hur~h()ll,~ 2 ~2 104.1 Franklynn Wt.)idrtdg,Past*~ HOLY TRINITY ' L n # LUTHERAN CHURCH WORSHIP CELEBRATION Sunday Mornings I0:00 A.M. N u~.t,/C~ E.H. Kind.huh. Pastor )m~ Kramer. Youth 8~D0~.E 40~h 232.12"/I) J LATI'ER-I)AY SAINTS Mercer hJa~ Ward |=lR'ltwta Chapel 42(~)-124th St SE, Bellevue 12: .~l -- - Slcmmcnl ~ling I:~) - Sunday School. Pmnary 2:40 - Priesthood, Relief S~v. tt'ty. Young Women Clyde CuHew. Bishop - 2.12-4782 St. M()nica's Catholic Church 4.{18 88th S.E.M.I. 252-2(N10 ~fJ~ '~ .~,t=et/r l.t$ C'ICTIHI[Z ~ IN/ .~iu;hJa~ .~rnmg 7 ;O ~ tO Ill(~)JIl l II ;dr Rcv I,m~:s If ( mdtau ~t'~* I.l'l) ~;k IIN." Rc~ I d~ d 1 Mtlh,nald(' '.; P MERCER IM.ANI) I NI'II~I) (ill*Rill {)F (IIRINI" ( I tflgl't'gAtll 'rl.ll 4~4~, I~l~nd ( "te~l ~ ~ 2.52-78t)(l Rev. Bruce Van Blair l(l IN) I I il|('hul~h ~l~or~hip. '~k.h~ad anti I Of Ulll 6 tl) N I}{I IUrllOr Illgh. Nlfllh ( fla~,k" ,~ %l Ihgh Youth tin,ups ~.lc,~ c, H.md Covenant Church %it I ~,dll~t.'llt al I'lolcM,lnl ( huwh 7NIh S i" aml 5 I: 13 otl 313 IIIl~ till In|,& J( l'~ Ihblc %lud~ I(| Ill ~ ,u~hlp %c1'+ 0t' ( hq~ I tl+l~ ,v, " uda) II k i'~h~tl,trg ~, %lw'auy~t I' J ll1~tll Mercer Island Baptist Church 5017 90th Ave S h 232 2851 SUNDAY 5unda~ M:html. g 45 a m M(xn0n| Wm~h,p. I I a m F vcmng Wmsh~p, 7 p m Wedn~day cvcnml q~'fVN~ 7 pm Pastor Roser Barnard HERZL-NER TAMID Conservative Congregation 3700 E Mercer Way 232-8555 Rabbt Moshe Pomcrantz Cantor Errol Hcltman Ra:hard M Mdkt. Edu~tmml D.ecto~ ~llCph Frankel, ('anita Emcrdm Services Friday Eve 8 p.m. Sabbath Morninl 9:~0 a.m. Sunday Minyan & Breakfast Forum 9: 0a.m. Daily Minyan 7 a.m. II