Thursday. September 14,1989 — THE BULLETIN — 11
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AIRLINE TICKET AVAILABLE
One way ticket to Israel, from New York to Israel valid until Oct. 24,1989. Phone 876-3652.
Lessons offered by experienced Hebrew Teacher, open to all ages. Also can entertain for any social function. Call 736-0774. , - >
JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE AGENCY , .
"Jewish Family"lSeH'ice; Agency provides private, confidential COUNSELLING services for individuals, couples and families, of all ages, as well as FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION programs. Call 266-2396, for information about our services and programs.
CASH FOR ISRAEL BONDS
We buy Israel Bonds. Israel-based* charitable organization wishes to purchase State of Israel Bonds issued prior to 1986. Highest cash prices in U.S. or Canadian dollars payable within one: week. Call (604) 438-5774, Phyllis.
Good Israeli house painter in need of work. No job too small. Please, if you are thinking of painting or window cleaning, house cleaning; & office cleaning, give . Zeev Epstein a chance to make a living. You may reach Zeev through S. Kaplan at 879-6575.
Why bS/invo)ved on campus?
y yEC Students active,at Hillel recently spoke out on their involvement with the campus organization:
Fourth year honors, religious studies Hiiiel House is the vehicle for people who, like me^ have come from a very active backf ground in Jewish youth groups and want to continue to be active. UEC Hillel has great potential because of the quality of leadership coming in."
.jFirst year. Masters in Planning **My plan is to complete my Masters and go back to Israel to live with my wife and two xhildren. Hillel is a lifeline for me. It is one of thefewconnections I have with where 1 left my heart;
Third year Arts ^Ibaveibeen active in Hillel for the past three years aiid-through my involvement have seen ^ that Hillel has an invaluable role in the Jewish Icomiiiunity reaching out to young Jews. Stu-jdent apathy is a serious problem."
Third year A rt History (Spent last year at Tel Aviv university) "Israel was an incredible experience. What I learned I can share with Jewish youthin Vancouver."
Eyal Lichtman B.A. Political Science, UBC Pre-med "One of the most interesting programs for me at Hillel was the Wednesday Torah study. That is what prompted me to go learn in Israel at a Yeshiva. Hillel offered me the opportunity to express myself and my Judaism in any way I want."
Nomi Levin Fomthyear Political Science "Hillel, as the Jewish presence on campus, has provided thepfr^meworkiwithin which I can continiievtorwork on the issues that concern me, specifically Israel and Zionism."
Inka-slinka-doo, 'Durante' premieres In Vancomer
Inka-dinka-doo, Durante lives . .. and that ain't just razzamatazz.
Vancouver hosted the world premiere of Durante, the Canadian-produced musical comedy, in which Lonny Price reincarnates the multi-talented show-stopper with the big heart and bigger schnozzola. It opened on Sept .8 at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre.
Jimmy Diirante's proboscis isn*t the only, thing big about Durante. Produced at an
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estimated cost of $4 million, the musical is being billed as the "most ambitious Canadian show ever produced without government subsidies."
The Broadway-proportioned comedy traces Durante*s career as a comic, singer, dancer, musician and composer over 50 years in every showbiz medium — beginning in New York speakeasies and ending with his Emmy award-winning T.V. show.
According to the show's publicity, Di/ra/i/e attempts to bring to a nbw generation the realistic flavor of the man Damon Runyon once called "the greatest comic of all time." Mobsters, molls, society swills, chorus: and show girls lend authenticity to the production as Durante prowls among them stating in his rasp that "the only enemy 1 ever knew was the King's English."
Written by the team of Frank Feppiatt and John Aylesworth, the production has one of Canada's most acclaimed TV. writing}duos behind it. Together the two have written more than 2,500 programs^ of which 30 have been awarded Emmys.
Durante is produced by Nicky Fylan and directed by Broadway veteran Ernest O. Flatt.
Durante says "Goodnight Mrs. Calabash, wherever you are" for the last time Sept. 29. For ticket information call 280^444.
Playhouse Saunches Singles program
By GAKY POGROW
"Meet Another Theatre Lover," a new program initiated by the Vancouver Playhouse, for Singles, will run one Tuesday evening during the run of each the six plays of the Playhouse's 1989-90' season. The program will take the form of a special reception prior to the performance so that singles can meet each other.
The reception, which will be held in the lower lobby of the Playhouse from 6:30-7:30 p.m., will be co-hosted by Ara Parker and Dave Davis, a former editor of the publications US and Coast Connections. Davis is cur-
rently compiling a guidebook for singles in Vancouver.
The Little China Restaurant will cater complimentary horsd'oeuvres. There will be a cash bar. , . . ^
"I think the Playhouse's program is a fine idea," said Nancy Sweedler, program director of the JCC. "Although vit^ not a specifically Jewish event, it still is.a good way for Jewish Singles to meet each other." , .
Those interested should call the Playhouse box office, 873-3311. There is jnoi additional charge for. the Singles reception.
Groups of 20 or more are offered discounts and should call group sales at 872-6622.
24 Hour Recorded . Message of Jewish Srrigles' Activities
Jewish Association of Singles Sei^ices
. A program of . Jewish Singles Council of Greater Van&»uwr.
'Music in the Mornings' starts new season
One of the first musical events in the new season is the opening concert of Music in the Mornings, coming Wednesday and Thursday (Sept. 20, 21) at the Vancouver Academy of Music.
For the fifth season of this most popular season, artistic director June Goldsmith has come up with eight concerts that will feature many local musicians in a varied program. And, although the season as a whole is less inspiring than the previous one, there are still quite a few gems to be
The idea of Music in; the Mornings is Ho attend a concert when the mind is still fresh and able to absorb music at its best.
Each concert begins with half an hour of coffee and snacks served in the lobby, before the audience moves into the hall for an hour of music, which is accompanied by commentary from the stage. ^ :
As the series was completely sold out last year, a second performance was added this year. Subscriptions are going fast. Call 736-5650. "
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Open U. award to pair
NEW YORK — Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rosenbaum of Great Neck, N.Y. received tKe American Friends of the Open University of Israel's first Yigal Allon Award. jta
GOLDEN AGERS meet to discuss seniors gove'rnment programs with Sylvia Gur-stein, seniors* counsellor, Monday, Sept. 18,1:30 p.m.
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CHESS CLUB will meet for a reunion and welcome to new members on Thursday, Sept. 14, 7:30 p.m. at Beth Hamidrash, 3231 Heather. The club is open to players of all levels.
One of the most interesting and challenging jobs in town for a Journalist or journalism graduate well acquainted wjth Jewish life and the Jewish scene locally and internaf tionally. Reply by letter enclosing resume and references.
Box D-13, The Bulletin 3268 Heather St., Vane. V5Z 3K5
year is 1924 and prohibition rules* All the speakeasies are packed^with chorus girls, gangsters, flappers and mobsters. ♦ ♦ , and only one man ' can razzamatazz *em!
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