12 — THE BULLETIN — Thursday. September 14.1,989
Hear and there — If you are reading this and you live in a community without a local Jew! s h National Fund office, t h en you should know that JNF Canada has established a toll free number to plant MacNEIL trees in Israel. Gall 1-800-363-TREE. What is more, credit cards are accepteci ,• Of course, in Vancouver, just place your tree orders with the JNF, 266^196 . MacNeil of the ^ acclaimed MacNeil-Lehrer Report will deliver Montrears 10th annual Ben-Guripn Memorial Lecture Nov. 20. Other iuminat-ies in the BGU lecture series have included Art Buchwald, George Willy William F. Efuckley, Jr. and Betty Frie-ilaii. . .Last two programs in the <CBC Radio series "Liost Innocence — the Children of World War Two" will be heard today (Thursday, Sept. 14) and tomorrow Sept. 15 on the fmal hour of Morningside at 11:05 a.m. Host is author Timothy Findley and executive producer is Karen Levine . . Jewish Book Month takes place Nov. 23 - Dec. 23 this year, one of the few times that:
it is not taking place coincid-entally with Chanuka; and it is being preceded by the Sixth Annual Book Fair and Writers Showcase here at the JCC Nov. 12-13. . . Joint Eitz Chaim/Beth Tikvah Family Picnic holds forth this Sunday, Sept. 17 noon at Garry Point park, Steveston. If rain: turn out Sept. 24 instead. Call Arthur Weinstein (271-4280) or David Ginsburg (275-9807) ... Special welcome at Hillel House on> campus for First Year students takes place with a Free Famous Hot Lunch next Tuesday, Sept. 19, 12:30 p.m.
She*li be giving a Chanuka concert in December at the JGG but meanwhile know I that popular singer Charlotte Diamond has been engaged in a Ispecial/wz/zvfl/i (to help find Casey Rose Bo-Ihun, a three-
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diamond ing from her Delta home since last month . .. Casey Rose is the name of a song written by sister/brother Lorraine Paulson and Geoff Eyre, recorded by Charlotte Diamond to create awareness of the common reality of child
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* ♦ * , Community names are liberally sprinkled among those heading West Side recreation proi^rams in town . . . For example, Cammy Zaitzow is instructing crafts, stories, songs and gym for tiny tots (2-3 years) at; Kitsilano community centre early mornings starting Sept. 14 ... "Frogs and PoUiwogs" is ithe rather intriguing Monday morning arts and science program also for tots, at Marpple-Oakridge community ceritrebieginning Oct. 16, being :taught by preschool teacher Diane Lepaw-sicy who just happens to be an in-law of 7 ^Ffl'i Martha Barker)... Amy Levinson is giving violin lesisons for all ages at the same Marpole-Oakridge venue Monday nights starting Sept. 18 . . . And painter Janis:Diner-Brinley is ihstriictihg two West Point Grey community centre courses — drawing on Monday nights from Sept. 18 and watercolor on Wednesday eves getting underway Sept. 20. . .Call these centres for details.
Listening again to the Shi-rim Singers tape brings to mind that it's a good Bar/ Bat, Yom Tov, Housewarming gift — you name it... Traditional and modern. Jewish music offered by, this local Jewish choral group ihcludes liturgy, haunting Israeli songs and from Broadway (/^i^^fer) ... Directed by Elizabeth Woiak with accompaniment by Muriel Morris, the tape is for sale at Shalom Books and from choir members.
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Tip for the wise on beating inflation or have we got a bargain for you!... It's 1986 prices in 1989 when you insert your Personal New Year Greetings in the special Front Section Rosh Hashana Greetings Pages coming your way Sept. 28.... Yup, that's right, the rate for your greeting hasn't gone up since 1986, a metziah when you compare it to rising costs of postage.
cards — not to mention your own time and the fact that through The Bulletin you don't have to worry who you'll be forgetting! Call Steve Freedman, 879-6575.
This stcne gathered no moss — but who's got it? Actually it's called an Ashlar and there'll be no questions asked if you can locate it or know where it is... It all started on June 6, 1982 when the Grand Lodge of Masons of B.C. conducted a re-enactment of their original 1863 laying of the foundation stone for Victoria's Emanuel synagogue ... As a token of esteem and friendship the Masons presented to the shul a "Perfect Ashlar" of granite bearing both the historic data of the 1863 cornerstone and its re-enactment in 1982 . . . The idea was that in another 100 years the Grand Lodge will again use the same Ashlar for another re-enactment . . . Meanwhile, call Harry Goldberg (658-1180) or Allan Klenman (383-2321) if you've any clues to solve the case of the peripatetic Ashlar. . .
Deborah Filler had a sold-out crowd rollin' in the aisles in Edmonton, where CBC's Shelagh Rogers dubbed her "pick of the Fringe". . .You can catch her during Vancouver's jpringe Fest at Hot Jazz' Club Sept. 14-17, 7:30 p.m.
Eating deli is the latest fashipn vogue in Paris . . . Four years ago Lolita Lem-picka opened a haute couture establishment right in the heart of the famous Jewish neighborhood of Paris where her well-heeled clientele flocks to buy clothing and accessories by France's brilliant young designers that is being sold side-by-side with kosher butcher shops marketing \ios\kQTfleish. . .It is fascinating that because half the neighborhood is closed on Shabbos, high style shoppers can be seen coming on Fridays instead and allowing time for a lean corned beef on rye at Jo Goldenberg's famous delicatessen.
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is distributing the Times pub-;lication oi Kristallnacht: The Tragedy of the Nazis' Night of Terror by David Fisher and Anthony Read for November, clearly in time for the annual observance of the Night of Broken Glass ... Remember that this year the great Prof. Emil Fackenheim is expected from Israel to keynote the event here.
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Zeit Gezunt time, kinder!' ach, and the moment for another sneak preview look at the colorful Rosh Hashana Bulletin coming your way in two weeks ... Look for usual holiday issue fayorites such as Rebbetzin Esther Jun-greis's Vie wpo in t, Y id dish columnist A. Adelman's Taam Tov: a Goldener's Corner piece, plus an array of interviews and coverage of events that you won't want to miss ... In the meantime, let's en'}oy a Good Shabbos and a great week ahead . . . Shavua Tov!
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Thursday, Sept. 14
NCJW^openirig dinner, RCC, 6:15 p.m., 261-5413.
Sunday, Sept. 17 .
Terry' Fox run; 8 a.m., JCC!
Monday/Tuesday, Sept: 18/19
Kaleidoscope, S:t., 266-8371.. .
Another Bulletin community service
Abella Keynotes Kaleidoscope
in town Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 18-19 Rpaall© Abella will Address Kaleidoscope '89 opening; Abella Is chair of Ontario Law Reform Commission and noted speaker for Jewish causes. Nine concurrent workshops will highlight Tuesday morning. Other featured participants include Benjamin Ablleah, Consul General (|f Israel^ Naofni Frankenburg, national president Hadassah-wizo, and Avlvi Yavin, nuclear physics professor from Israel. Event is open to all women In the community. For further details and registration, phone Federation office, 266-8371.
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