JEWISH WESTERN BULLETIN
Friday, September 14, 1962
Card of Thanks
B'nai B'rith Women No. 77 wish to extend a sincere vote of thanks to Mr. and Mrs. B. Victor for their gracious hospitality recently on the Occasion of the Annual Midsummer's Dinner which proved most satisfactory. Special thanks to the guests, the workers and all members who lent their assistance this event.
Also thanks are extended to the convenor of the Rummage Sale—^Mrs. Olga Levine held August 30, 1962 which realized a most satisfactory amount.
B.B.YO. be infornied of their first meet-
ELANA B.B.G. will have the ings in a few weeks . . . Moishe
Relatives and friends are advised that the
UNVEILING OF HEADSTONE
I in loving memory of the late
will take place
SUNDAY, SEPT. 23rd at 11:30 a.m.
Schara Tzedeck Cemetery
Rabbi B. Goldenberg and Cantor J. Rosenberg will officiate
first meeting at the Centre, Sunday, Sept 16, and will feature a. program . . . Anyone wishing, t^ join Elana is asked to call Bette Waldman, AM 1-3055 or Donna Liberson, RE 3-3388.
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TAMAR B.B.G. will hold their first meeting of the term at 1 p.m. Sunday, Sept, 16 at the Centre. An interesting program has been planned for all old and new members attending. ¥ ^
HABONIM VANCOUVER HABONIM.
invites anyone between the ages of 10 and 16 who wish to join to come to the Centre, 11th and Oak St., this Sunday at 2 p.m. Apart from the regular activities, everyone will be assigned to his kvutza (group) and will receive his madrich (counsellor) for the year. Chugim (interest groups) will also be chosen.
YOUNG JUDAEA YOUNG JUDAEA is holding
a giant youth rally and camp reunion on Sunday, Sept 16, 2 p.m. at the Talmud Torah. Everyone from 8 to 16 years old is invited to come and enjoy the fun. Refreshments and games, as well as an interesting program are offered. At this time, groups will also be formed . . . Groups are being formed in New Westminster, and chaverim will
The Canado Fair Employment Practices Act
PROHIBITS DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT
THE PURPOSE OF THE ACT is to protect workers against discrimination in employment and in trade union membership on the grounds of RACE, RELIGION, COLOUR or NATIONAL ORIGIN.
THE ACT APPLIES TO employers in works or undertakings under federal jurisdiction and to trade unions representing persons employed therein. These undertakings include shipping, navigation, railways, canals, telegraphs, aerodromes, airlines, federal crown corporations, banking, radio and television broadcasting, as well as works or undertakings that have been declared to be for tbe general advahtoge of Canada, or are outside the exclusive jurisdiction of the provincial legislatures.
THE ACT FORBIDS an employer to refuse to employ a person or to discriminate against an employee because of his RACE, RELIGION, COLOUR, or NATIONAL ORIGIN. An employer is also forbidden to use an employment agency which practices such discrimination, or to publish employment advertising which is discriminatory, or to use discriminatory questions, written or oral, in connection with applications for employment.
THE ACT ALSO FORBIDS discriminatory action by trade unions in regard to union membership or employment on the grounds of RACE, RELIGION, COLOUR or NATIONAL ORIGIN.
ANY PERSON AAAKING A COMPLAINT under the provisions of the Act, or giving evidence or assistance in proceedings under the Act, is protected from any retaliatory action that may be taken against him.
In addition to the federal legislation several of the provinces also have fair employment practices laws or similar legislation which protect workers from discrimination in employment in industries which fall under provincial jurisdiction in the province concerned. Provinces in which such legislation is in existence are Ontario, Manitoba, Sask-atchewon. New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and British Columbia.
COMPLAINTS UNDER THE ACT SHOULD BE MADE IN WRITING TO THE Director of Industrial Relations. Department of Labour, Ottawa.
George V. Haythorne Deputy Minister
Michael Starr Minister
Innin, a shaliach from the East, has arrived in Vancouver a-nd will be working in co-operation with Western Region Young Judaea.
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PRE-U.S.Y.: Attention all teenagers 13 years of age (or who are presently m Grade 8) — the first meeting of the new year will take place on Sunday, September 16 at 12 noon in the Bialik room ol Beth Israel synagogue. Plans and activities for the coming year will be discussed.
Top Zionists an/aim work of Young Judaea
Harry Wolfson, Max Melamet, Joe Frank and other leading Zionists registered both surprise and delight at the large number of Judaeans who attended the Pacific District Zionist Conference held this weekend.
They praised Young Judaea, as the youth arm of the Z.O.C. and were extremely pleased with the reports on Camp Hat-ikvah, Camp Biluim, Machon, and Young Judaea, presented by Stan Levy, Bonnie Goldberg, Linda Feldstein, and Gail Mar-golese respectively.
This summer, Camp Hatikvah had a record registration of over 200 campers; there were 12 Vancouver graduates from Biluim, the national leadership institute of Canadian Young Judaea; and Linda Feldstein and Marsha Ablowitz have recently returned after a most productive year on Ma6hon in Israel.
, The Vancouver^ group is now .I'ecognized as the strongest center across Canada, and boasts a registration of over 300 chaverim. In addition plans are being made to set up a library of helpful books to aid the mad-richim.
Evergreen hosts US. guest
Those of the community intending to affiliate w^ith Vancouver's newest B'nai B'rith, the Evergreen Lodge, are asked to attend the forthcoming banquet meeting set for this coming Wednesday, Sept. 16. Formal Initiation of the new memberships from the past term is included in the schedule of the evening.
A social with cards follows the conclusion of the meeting slated to be held in the Mural room, Peter Pan cafe, 1034 Granville St. Cocktails will be available at 6:30 p.m., with a parave dinner to follow.
Evergreen is having the pleasure of the company on this date of name guest Eugene Lerner, from Minneapolis. Mr. Lerner, who has been with B'nai B'rith Youth organizational work and the Anti-Defamation League, is now currently the assistant executive secretary, associated vnth San Francico's District 4 office. While in the city, he will also be holding meetings with vao-ious Executives.
Harold M. Vines, charter-term president of the Evergreen Lodge 2282 and Isidore M. Wolfe, his successor of the second term, will officiate in the formal initiation. Evergreen is now in it's third term, with Max Fugman as president.
Ttiangle Restaurant offers unique^ kosher-sty/e dishes
'Xatskill Honeymoon'' heads film series
■Martin Cohen's "C a t s k i 11 Honeymoon" will be the first in a series of Jewish movies to be shown in the city commencing Sunday evening, October 14. The niovie is a hilarious Yiddish-American musical starring such well known Jewish actors as Jan Bartr Bas Sheva, Dina Gold-gerg, Julius Adler and others. The movie played to record crowds back East and promises to be an outstanding treat for members of Vancouver Jewish community. There will be two continuous performances taking place Oct. 14, at the Hollywood theatre 3125 West Broadway. Tickets are now available from local Jewish merchants throughout the city. (See Advt. Page 8).
Jewish movies will, for the first time in the local community will be shown on a regular basis, the executive of Habonim Zionist Society, sponsoring organization, announced. The announcement of the regular showing of Jewish films came after a year of negotiations with film agents in the East. The first one was shown on an experimental basis last December and proved to be an outstanding success indicating a need for cultural activities cf this nature. Despite the high cost involved in obtaining the movies,, the admission charge will be kept at a minimum to encourage the full participation of the entire Jewish community. All net proceeds will further Habonim Youth activities in the city.
The Triangle restaurant, situated on Cordova near Cambie is now under the new management of Mr. Sidney Grunfeld of Tel Aviv. Specializing in kosher style meals, the. Triangle also caters for any social function, large, or small, including weddings and Bar-Mitzvahs.
Who can resist the tempting delicacies on their menu? Their deep brownd kishbe, for instance, and their smoked and cooked meats are specialties of the house. One unusual dessert highlights their food and may also be ordered for any special occasion. This is the Triangle Puncs Torte, which is filled with a varied blend of cognac and liqueurs, creating a flavor to excite the most jaded palate. All their European tortes are notable desserts.
Every dish on the regular and take home menu is prepared on the premises and may be ordered in quantity for the family or as party fare.
In Tel Aviv Mr. Grunfeld was head Chef in the well known Kasit restaurant, catering mainly to the city's leading celebrities and diplomats. He has brought back with him many outstanding and unusual dishes which may be specially prepared on request.
Offer children's films
"Child's O wii: a:5ieatre," a series of fourteen programmes of international films for children arranged by the Community Arts Council Children's Film Committee, will commence this week and next in six centres in Vancouver area. Varsity Theatre, B.C. Building (P.N.E.), pakridge Auditorium, West Vancouver Community Centre; and New Westnjinster Public Library will carry the series. The films have been carefully selected to interest the 4 to 12 age group from evaluations
made by the Arts Council during the past year. Memberships, lists of films to be shown and related books are available from the Community Arts Council Office, 1181 Seymour Street, or from the above centres.
Experts to disms puh/ieity planning
Vancouver branch, Canadian Women's Press club, |s presenting its second "Press Primer for Publicity Planners on October 2, at 8 p.m., at Woodward's Oakridge auditorium, 41st and Cambie. This seminar is offered to community service and philanthropic organizations, as a guide to securing best results from their publicity releases.
Experts in newspaper, radio and television field will form a panel to. disquss basics of a good story, how material should be submitted, arranging for pictures, etc. Discussion period will follow.
Reta Myers, former womeii's editor and free lance writerV is chairman and co-ordihator of the panel. v
Invitations have been seht to many key women's ; organizations. Information available from Mrs. Myers, 1089 West King Edward, or Miss Mildred Jeffery, MU 3-8711. Ttiere will be a small charge for registration, the money to go to sustaining the club's yearly scholarship awarded to a young woman interestsd in continuing hei* career in journalism.
Brunch winners nomed
Winners prizes at Schara Tzedeck Brunch recently ificJude Mrs. D., Ypchlowitz who won the door prize, a musical .de--canter Mrs A. I. Hersh also won the raffle, an umbrella.
Mrs. D. R. McMaster
L.R.S.M. Piano St Singing (20 yrs. experience) 2976 Trimble CA 4-4801
3132 Heother Street
will hold traditional High Holy Day services on September 29 and 30 (Rosh Hashonah) and October 8 (Yom Kippur.) Cantor M. Solny of Seattle will lead the services.
Seats now ovoilabie ($10 eoch)
Sale of tickets for seats for High Holy Days will be Sunday, September 16 and 23 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon and from 7-9 p.m. They will also be on sale from 7 - 9 p.m. every night after Sunday, September 23rd.
For further information, please call Leo Tischler at TR 4-0157, J. Checov at RE 3-6638 or Mr. Gehrman at TR 4-1518.