Canadian Jewish Review

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Full text: THE CANADIAN JEWISH REVIEW AUGUST 31,1962 Save yourself energy in theie buty Summer weeks! Order supper's main dish oil prepared for delicious eating! HAMBURGERS FOR YOUR BAR-B-QUE — 4 TO A POUND N.D.C. MEAT MARKET Ltd. "Ask Your Neighbor" 5343 SHERBROOKE ST. W. |J|| A QPOI SAM SELTZER & SONS, Managers IIU. ""OOZl Daily deliveries to Town of Mt. Royal, Ville St. Laurent and St. Martin. MONTREAL MEETINGS *MIZRACHI HAPOEL* Ilamizrachi Women's Organization: Mrs. M. Nathanson, 4745 Dorna! Avenue, gave a tea in Ste. Agathe, Quebec, which realized SI 60. This money was used to send ten boxes of clothing to the institution in Israel. Mrs. Nathan-son was the convener of the project. * TEMPLE BETH * SHOLOM Rabbi H. Leonard Poller: The weekend of September 7, starting with the Friday evening worship services, will see the official installation of Rabbi Poller. Rabbi Abraham D. Shaw, of Temple Oheb Shalom, in Baltimore, Md., will preside. On Saturday morning, the religious services will be directed to the children of the congregation; and at 7.30 p.m., there will be Havdallah Services, followed by the annual congregational meeting. A sherry party and installation dance will conclude the program on Saturday night. Conveners are: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Selvin, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hal- B O M AC MONTREAL LIMITED 770 ST. ANTOINE ST., UN. 6-1851 Producers of cuts for catalogues CLEANERS LTD. 120 Blvd. St.. Croix SMITH BROS MONUMENTS ' f«t. IMS ; 2116 BLEURY STREET ' 8 42-8 80 6 J ftepre.e.fad by LESTER KLEIN COTE des Nsiees CHAPEL Sett COTS DCS MIIOCS REqent 3*7101 JEWISH futeAMSOtviaji Off MTINCTIOM ton, Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Rosenthal, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Koffman, Herbert Wittes, Ernest Potechin, Saul Gerson, Harry Wolfe, Norman Cardon, Leon Scheim, Alex Kleinerman, Samuel Rubenstein, Jack Miller, Lewis Shelvin, Joseph Buck, Leslie Markovits; and Mes-dames Martin Rubin, and Harry Futornick. Martin Rubin is chairman of the arrangements committee. * BNAI BRITH * Business and Professional Girls Group, Cum Laude Chapter Number 548, will "*inect on Wednesday, September 5, at 8.30 p.m., at 0445 Decarie Boulevard; initiation, conducted by Mrs. Sol Schwartz. Miss Shirley Feldman is program chairman. Miss Sarah Geffin, president, will preside. * PERVIN FAMILY * CLUB met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Pervin, 8175 Atherton Avenue. Jack Pervin, president, presided. Congratulations were extended to Mr. and Mrs. A. Mendelson on their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. Teen-agers of the club members formed a bowling club headed by Irwin Mendelson, president; and Richard Pervin, vice-president. The fifth annual picnic was at the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. George Pervin, in Petit Lac Long, Quebec. Out-of-town members present were: Mr. and Mrs. Irving Mackler, and Allen, and Stephen, of Springfield, professional w v -r v<9 ¦ Harry Kolber Notary Marriage Licenses & Contracts till Park Arenae. 8ulu 23 (Seliler Bnlldln*) Tel. VI. 4-1735 Eves. CR. 6-3468 * i* ¦irr"----j-j*----*--*---*--*-j*--- MARION, MARION, ROBIC & BASTIEN patent and traa* mark att«ro«r» 2111 dranmond street — montreal AV. 8-2152 - 2153 CLASS IN COOKERY CHERRY SQUARES one-quarter pound butter two cups flour one-half teaspoon salt two eggs one-half cup sugar one teaspoon baking powder one teaspoon vanilla one tin cherry pie filling Cream sugar and shortening, mixing constantly. Add eggs, then the flour sifted with the baking powder and salt. Mix well and add vanilla. Grease a medium-sized pyrex, baking dish and spread one-half of the batter on the bottom. Pour in the cherry filling and cover with the remaining dough. Bake at 350 degrees until golden-brown. Cut in squares when cool. Mrs. L. Richtiger, 250 Sandringham Drive, Toronto. WALNUT DROPS three-quarters cup margarine one-half teaspoon cream of one cup brown sugar one egg one teaspoon vanilla one and three-quarters cups flour tartar one-half teapsoon soda one-half teaspoon baking powder one-half teaspoon salt one cup chopped walnuts Combine margarine, sugar, egg, and vanilla in a mixing bowl, and cream together until blended and fluffy. Sift flour, cream of tartar, soda, baking powder, and salt together into creamed mixture. Add nuts. Drop by teaspoonfuls on a lightly-greased cookie sheet, or shape into small balls. Press with fork to flatten slightly. Bake at 400 degrees for eight to ten minutes. Mrs. M. Cohen, 4170 Linton Avenue, MontreaL LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR DIVORCE take. notice that EILEEN patricia sullivan, housewife, of the city of new york, in th« state of New york, will apply to the parliament of canada, at the present, next or foflowinir cession thereof for a rill of divorce from her husband. thomas JOHNSTON. manager, of the city and district of montreal, in the province of Quebec, on the ground of adultery. dated this 2>(h. day of may. 1*62.' in the city and district of montreal. province of quebec. Frederick r. PhiUfpa, advocate. 213* BUhep Street, Salle 1. Montreal, P.Q. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR DIVORCE TAKE NOTICE tkat FLEUR AtMEE MARIE LIETTK RANGER of the City and District of Montreal, Quebec, will apply to the Parilaateat of Canada, at fts present, aext or foJfewtaf aeaaioa for a bill of divorce froca ft*y kashas*! William Paul Methot. schoolteacher, of tha City of Montreal. Quebec, ©• tha frourad of adultery. MONTREAL, J«M 4. IK) ROSA B. CUALTTERI. Attaraey f«r FttWI—iir. 2M Natra Dajaa flttwt. Wast. MaaUaaL P.Q. "x." Sabbath Candles will be kindled on Friday, August 31, at 7.17 p.m., D.S.T., in Montreal Friday, August 31, at 7.41 p.m., D.S.T., in Toronto Friday, September 7, at 7.05 p.m., D.S.T., in Montreal Friday, September 7, at 7.29 p.m., D.S.T., in Toronto ? Elul 1, 5722, falls on Friday, August 31 Mass.; and Mr. and Mrs. T. Smith, and Mark, of Miami, Florida. Joseph Pervin, and George Pervin, chairmen, reported on the Educational Bursary Fund of the Club-Games, sports, and canoeing prizes were won by: Robert Simcoe, Richard Pervin, Irwin Mendelson. Miss Lorna Gerson won the door prize. Each child received a gift distributed by Mrs. Harry Gerson. Mr. and Mrs. George Pervin, and the conveners, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosenberg, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gerson, were thanked by the president. * BETH ZION * Synagogue, Rabbi Sidney Shoham: The Bantam Congregation of over one hundred and twenty-five children from four to ten years of age, who met every Saturday morning during June, July, August, direction of Judah Mintz, concluded their season. Certificates of attendance were presented to: Steven Adler, Renee Arshinoff, Mark Brenner, Ronald Bacal, Ro-sanne Batist, Gerald Batist, Sho-lom Ber Benjaminson, Yerachmeil Benjaminson, Sharon Cohen, Maureen Cohen, Neil Cohen. Patti Raina Derstenfeld, Jay Cole Der-stenfeld, Joy Dinovitzer, William Dinovitzer, Michael Dolansky, Diana Edelman, Lawrence Erd-man, Joel Eisenstat, Marilyn Friefield, Jonathan Gordon, Elaine Gordon, Steven Gordon, John Gli-serman, Yudie Goldberg, Carrie Gross, Howard Herscovitch, Esther Jacobson, Stephen Jacobson, Irwin Katsof, Nathan Lionel Litman, Howard Stephen Litman, Elaine Rona Naiman, Deborah Pcrlow, Gail Perlow, Stephen Perkofsky, Gail Richler, Marilyn Segal, Barbara Simons, Carole Riback, Debbie Richler, Harvey Smith, Ronald Smith, Steven Spitzer, Myra Ellen Stein, Patricia Swalsky, Donald J. Swalsky, Mark Takefman, Neil LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR DIVORCE Takefman, Owen Takefman, Khona Joy Tessler, Barry Tobin, .Varon Tobin, Marlene Toaberman, Paula Weinstein, Gerald Wein-mcin, Judy Weinstein, Edward Weinstein, Mark Andrew Wend-man, Michael Zlatkin, Linda Zlat-kin. The volunteer men's choir, directed by Cantors Tibor Holczer {md Alex Lindenfeld, is composed of: David Segal, Barry Bernstein, Samuel Rappaport, Morris Rapkin, Arthur Shiller, William Ratner, Jack Frost, Ben Tucker. Rabbi I. Tennenberg, and Cantor Morris Hellinger will officiate in parallel services in the social hall. Rabbi Fred Heuman is principal of the Afternoon Hebrew School, and the High School Institute. Registration now; all children welcome to enroll. The nursery and pre-nursery classes, completed in June, will accept registrants on a waiting list. Afternoon School teachers are: Rabbi Morris Spiro, Rabbi Heuman, Mrs. Ben Guttenberg, Miss Elana Klioth, Sherry Seidman and Jason Balinsky will represent the teen-agers at the eighth annual Torah leadership seminar of the •Community Service Division of Yeshiva University, in Monroe, N. Y. notice is hereby riven that pau-lette benoit sauve, waitress, of the town of ste. dorothee. district of montreal, in the province of quebec, will apply to the parliament of canada at the present, next or following session thereof, for a bill of dirorce from her husband andre sauve, salesman, of the town of he biiard. district of montreal. province of quebec, on the around of adultery, dated at montreal, province of quebec, this 15th day of august, 1962. blanchARD ft Dlclement! attorneys fsr applicant 37* east jesa tale* street montreal. p.q. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR DIVORCE notice is hereby gixen that therrse murray rivet, secretary, of the^ city sod district of montreal. province of quebec, will apply to the parliament of canada, at the preseat. next or following sessions thereof, for a rill of divorce from her huhaad. denis rivet, salesman, of the city and district of montreal. province of quebec, on the tround of adultery. dated at montreal this 21st day of aogmt, imt JOHN HKRSCHORN Attorney fsr Petltieaer ItN 8*. Catheriae 8t- W„ aaita lit, Montreal, P.Q. * PIONEER WOMEN * Chanita Club closing meeting, at the home of Mrs. J. Chyfetz, 4875 Dornal Avenue, saw Mrs. S. Blan-shay. 2631 Soissons Avenue, national public relations officer, and member of the national board, presented awards to: Mesdames B. Bercovitch, 321 Querbes Avenue, past chairman of Chanita; S. Diz-gun, 2031 Barclay Avenue, who raised the highest individual quota; H. Feldman, 5568 Woodbury Avenue; M. Kramer, 4625 Carlton Avenue; 3. Kibrick, 4352 La Peltrie Street; N. Lidsky, 4694 Mackenzie Street; B. Piatt, 4800 Clanra-nald Avenue; J. Bonder, 4579 Kensington Avenue; D. Rome, 6055 Mountain Sights; M. F. Rumack, 3098 Goyer Street; J. Brown, 4935 Isabella Avenue; H. Charney, 6292 De Vimy Avenue; I. Grossman, 421 St. Joseph Boulevard West. Mrs. S. Blanshay installed: Mesdames M. I. Rumack, chairman: I. Grossman, vice-chairman; N. Lid-sky, quota chairman; B. Bercovitch, treasurer; J. Landa, recording secretary; M. Kramer, Israel Bonds; S. Dizgun, dues; P. Tolman, 5223 Dupuis Avenue, cultural chairman. Mrs. H. Zinman was guest speaker. Mrs. L Boren-stein presided. COHEN'S HAYMlSHA FARFEL 171 COLLEGE BT. TORONTO, CAN. Canada's Urgait Sailing rlXVMISHA FARFIL with real old fafthlonod flavour KOSHER — FAR EVE At your favovriro grocer — ddkleui at a tMo dlth with gravy "Children Uvt It." DUtribatsr.. Tofon,OJ Mox RottIlbloom, Ml. 3-6272. MONTREAL Plenty Of Breakfast BIRTHS For Kids, Says Expert Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Caplan (nee Sandra Liederman), 1450 Souvenir Street, Chomedey, on August 2, at the Jewish General Hospital, a daughter, Karen Ruth; sister of Perry David, aged two years; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben. Liederman, 5701 Leger Avenue; and of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Caplan, 3975 Dupuis Avenue. Born, to Dr. and Mrs. Leon Cop-nick (nee Eleanor Fogul), 5480 Le-mieux Street, on August 6, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, a son, Ian Benjamin; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. J. Copnick, 5480 Lemieux Street; and of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jacobs, 3029 Maplewood Avenue, who are the godparents; and of the late Harry Fogul. Mr. Cop-nick, grandfather, held the baby during the ceremony. ?TEMPLE EMANUEL* Dr. Harry J. Stern, Rabbi: The eightieth anniversary of the founding of Temple Emanu-El; and the thirty-fifth anniversary of Dr. Stem's leadership will be observed on November 16-18. George Hol-linger, chairman, and Alfred N. Miller, vice-chairman, are in charge of plan*. The pew commit* tee for the Holy Days meets from 8 to 10.30 p.m., September 5, 12, 19; 27; also from 10 a.m. to 12.30, on September 9, 16, 23. Professor Jacob R, Marcus, of Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, Ohio; and Rabbi Stem will conduct services. High School Department opens on September 8, at 9.30 a.m.; Junior Congregation, at 11.30 a-m.; Born, to Dr. and Mrs. Norman Butterman (nee Marilyn Silver, formerly of New York), 3475 Rid-gewood Avenue, on August 10, at the Jewish General Hospital, a daughter, Susan Rose; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Butterman, 4941 Grosvenor Avenue; and of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Silver, of New York; great-granddaughter of Mrs. Celia Silver, of New York. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Nathan White (nee Frances Silverman), 8659 Outremont Avenue, on July 6, at the Jewish General Hospital, a son, Allan Raymond; grandson of Nathan Silverman, of that address, and the late Mrs. Ida Silverman; and of Mr. and Mrs. Mark White, 9130 Waverley Street; great-grandson of Mrs. Sarah White, of Montreal. Godparents are Mr. and Mrs. Moe Burt, 5025 St. Catherine Road, great-uncle and great-aunt. Mr. Silverman, grandfather, held the baby during the ceremony. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry So-koloff (nee Louise Fransblow, formerly of Sussex, N. B.), 5127 Cavendish Avenue, on August 7, at the Jewish General Hospital, a daughter, Gail Randi; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Soko-loff, 4921 Carlton Avenue; and of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fransblow, of Sussex, N. B. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Melvyn J. Naimer (nee Florence Weiner), 39 Lyncroft Road, on August 15, at the Jewish General Hospital, a son, Ian Brian; brother of Mark Bram; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Weiner, 615 Bertrand Street; and of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Naimer, 330 Dufferin Road; great-grandson of Mrs. E. Malomet; and of Mrs. L. Weiner; both of Montreal; and of Mrs. Lottie Tink, of Philadelphia, Pa. Godparents are Abe Israel, uncle; and Mrs. Morton Weiner, aunt. Harry Naimer, great-uncle, held the baby during the ceremony; all of Montreal. Bom, to Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Chamitoff (nee Shari Wexler), 4210 Courtrai Street, on August 6, at the Jewish General Hospital, a son, Gregory Errole. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Issie Ei-senwasser (nee Dorothy Mack-lansky), 1391 Vendome Avenue, Chomedey, on July 30, at the Jewish General Hospital, a daughter, Selina; sister of Marolyn, aged eleven years; Sharon, eight; and Neil, three; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Macklansky, 1056 Shorecrest Avenue; and of Mr. and Mrs. A. Eisenwasser, 4600 Clark Street. Junior School on September 9, at 9.30 a.m.; daily Hebrew classes, at 4 p.m., September 10. Abraham Izenberg, is Temple membership chairman. Information from Miss Rose Cohen, executive administrator, WE. 7-3575. Nutrition studies show that children can work and play best if they have between a fourth and a third of their daily food requirements at the start of the day. Dr. Mary M. Hill, a nutritionist of the Agricultural Research Service of the United States Department of Agriculture, has found that the food needs in comparison to body size are greatest during the growing years. Yet surveys show that many teen-age boys and girls have poor eating habits. An adequate breakfast includes a vitamin C source, such as citrus or tomato juice; a source of protein, including milk; and another source of calories, such as bread or cereal. The first-grader who prefers to eat a peanut-butter sandwich, a serving of custard pudding, a glass of milk, and then to go off with an orange to eat on the school bus or for "recess," is as well-prepared to start the day's activities as is the first-grader who a more usual breakfast, Dr. Hill has found. The older youngster who may occasionally demand a frankfurter or hamburger with "the works" in addition to his fruit juice is probably not rebelling against breakfast but against the same breakfast day after day, Dr. Hills says. There is nothing wrong with his selection unless his parents find it too expensive, she says. ? JOINT CAMPAIGN* Of Combined Jewish Appeal and United Israel Appeal: Mrs. Sol. Schwartz is chairman of the Women's Division educational committee. Mrs. Irvin Gertsman, is chairman of the Division. Mrs. Schwartz was program chairman for the Women's Community Conference; president of Mount Royal Chapter of Bnai Brith Women; divisional chairman of Canadian Red Cross; member of the speakers' bureau for State of Israel Bonds. Plans for the season include "community chat" programs for groups; briefing for canvassers in the Joint Campaign;.annual Women's Community Conference. ?HOSPITAL OF HOPE* Unit meeting on September 4, at 1.30 p.ra~, is: Goodwill-Leonard Breger, at the home of Mrs. A. Breger,, 6713 Smart Avenue. TORONTO BIRTHS Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fran-kel (nee Freda Kauffman), 1052 Ossington Avenue, on August 15, at the New Mount Sinai Hospital, twin boys, Randle and Stanley; grandsons of Louis Kauffman, of Vancouver, B. C. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Klarman (nee Sheila Dicksteen), 25 Tavistock Road, on August 13, at the New Mount Sinai Hospital, a daughter, Carol Dianne; sister of Risa, aged eight years; and Judith, five; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Klarman, 105 Spadi-na Road; and of Mr. and Mrs. L. Dicksteen, 28 Lola Road. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Endre Klein (nee Lucy Manner), 45 Arl-stan Drive, on August 16, at New Mount Sinai Hospital, a son, Mor-dechai (Michael); brother of Jerry, aged seven and one-half years; grandson of Mrs. Lea Manner, 95 Brunswick Avenue, and the late Mordechai Manner; and of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Klein, 10 Flanders Road. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weinzweig (nee Cecilia Steinbok), 179 Elder Street, on August 18, at New Mount Sinai Hospital, a son, Jeffrey Mark; brother of Paul Steven, aged two years; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Steinbok, 3575 Bathurst Street; and of Mr. and Mrs. David Weinzweig, 12 Garthdale Court. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Daiter (nee Marcia Rotman), 236 Searle Avenue, on August 4, at New Mount Sinai Hospital, a son, Randy Mark; brother of Shari, aged two and one-half years; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Daiter, 64 Kensington Avenue; and of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rot-man, 102 Chiltern Hil Road; great-grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Lokash, 124 Borden Street. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goldstein (nee Reta Cainer), 190 Acton Avenue, on August 5, at New Mount Sinai Hospital, a son, Gabriel Max; .brother of Lisa, aged ten years; Warren, six; and Maria, four; grandson of Mrs, Fannie Goldstein, 517 Glengarry Avenue, and the late Max Goldstein; and of Mrs. Anna Cainer, 190 Acton Avenue, and the late Gabriel Cainer. Born, to Mr.. and Mrs. Morris Starkman (nee Ida Beshkin), 16 Lyonsgate Drive on August 10, at New Mount Sinai Hospital, a daughter, Susan; sister of Janice, and Eric; granddaughter of Rabbi and Mrs. M. I. Beshkin, of Pittsburgh, Pa.: and of Mr. and Mrs. A. Starkman, 259 Codsell Avenue. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Winston (nee Betty Rafalove), 95 Munro Boulevard, on August 15, at the New Mount Sinai Hospital, a son, Howard Andrew: brother of Cathy, aged eight and one-half years; Randilyn, six; and Paul, three and one-half; grandson of Mr. and.Mrs. Harry Winston, 405 Clendenan Avenue; and of Mrs. Rebecca Rafalove, 101 King High Avenue. The godparents are Mrs, Rachelle Kaufman, of Miami Beach, Florida; and Jack Winston, 405 Clendenan Avenue,

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