Canadian Jewish Review
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Title: Canadian Jewish Review
Full text: s THE CANADIAN JEWISH REVIEW JULY 10, 1958 A QUART OF MILK IS THE MOST ECONOMICAL FOOD YOU CAN BUY • MILK if nature's most nearly perfect load. It contains all the necessary body building vitamins. • DRINK it at home, at work, at play — it spells stamina. • Bo thrifty . . . bo smart . . . combine silk with other foods to make meals go farther, taste better and .provide more food value. Even If milk costs twice as much it would STILL be your best food buy! MILK FOR EVERYONE WHETHER 6 -16 - or 60 3 Glasses A Day For Adults 4 to 5 For Children Our name guarantees Trie^quality of our" daily products. ELIZABETH JORDAN STUDIO DRESSMAKING o DESIGNING Copies and Originals by Phyllis King Alterations — Remodelling 6100 COTC DES NIIGES (at Van Hofne) FOR APPOINTMENT REgent 3-3432 fecial UcteJ — iHchtreal from your driver Head Office 4141 St. Andra St. — Montreal CALL LA.3-3121 N.D.G. BRANCH 920 Decarie Blvd. HU. 4-3561 john h. feeley & SONS LTD. Th Mar R*««Ir« mmtk m a GOLD • NICKBX • BRASS • CHJtOMX • SILVER • COPPER • CADMIUM • RHODIUM VI. 5-7947 1417 ATLMER MONTREAL, QUE. (ACROSS THE STREET FROM. HENRY MORGAN'S). Dr. Harry J. Stern, Rabbi, and Mrs. Stern, and daughters, Misses Stephanie and Justine Stern, 3238 Westmount Boulevard, were at the Mount Washington Hotel, in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, where he attended the Central Conference of American Rabbis convention. Professor and Mrs. J. N. (Nat) Wolfe (nee Monica Hart, formerly of London, England), and their children, Anne, aged two years: and Susan, five months, are spending the season in Jamaica. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wolfe, 5094 Victoria Avenue, he has been appointed visiting professor of economics, at Purdue University, in Lafayette, Indiana. He is at present on the staff of the University of Toronto and is working on a research project in Jamaica, under a grant from the Canada Council. He is a former resident of Montreal, and a graduate of McGill and Oxford Universities. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Schachter,. T> Douglas Avenue, left to spend several weeks in Israel. Mr. and Mrs. Israel Edward Blanshay spent their wedding trip in Miami, Florida, and Cuba. Mrs. Blanshay is the former Miss Barbara Besner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Besner, 579 Lansdowne Avenue. Mr. Blanshay is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blanshay, 4946 Grosvenor Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bruck, 24 Ramezay Road, were at Scaroon Manor, at Schroon Lake, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. William I. Mil-ler spent their wedding trip at iirosBinger's, m New York StateT Mrs. William I. Miller is the former Miss Jessica Gelber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Gelber, 802 Lansdowne Avenue. Mr. Miller is the son of Isadore Miller, 4611 Linton Avenue, and the late Mrs. Fanny Miller, c Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Her-son, 50 Academy Road, are spending six weeks in Israel as leaders of the Canadian Young Judea summer institute conducted by the Jewish Agency for Israel. Mr. Herson wiu resume his duties as director of extension activities, at Shaar Hashomayim Synagogue on August 86. Revererid and Mrs. Eugene Goldberger. 856 Dollard Avenue, left on July 5, via El Al Israel Airlines, to spend seven weeks in Europe. Reverend and Mrs. Goldberger will spend five weeks in Israel. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Plant and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Moshenberg, all of Toronto, Ont, visited the former's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Max Moscovitch (Moss) (nee Florence Plant), and new-born son, Mark Paul, 4860 Maple wood Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Moshenberg are the godparents. Miss Helen Posman, 770 Mc-Eachran Avenue, will spend several days in St. Joseph d'Alma, Quebec. Avenue, and the late E. Perel-mutter. Mrs. Harry Karalnick. of Toronto, Ont., spent some time with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schwartz, 4884 De Bullion Street. Mrs. M. Ross and son, Richard, 765 Champagneur Avenue, is leaving to spend three months in Israel. Morris Schwartz, 4884 De Bullion Street, is spending his holidays in Atlantic City, N. J. Mrs. S. Aronoff and daughter, Sandra, 5584 Clark Street, are spending the summer in Val Mann, Que. Miss Nancy Lerner, 813 Dollard Avenue, spent several days at the Chalet, in Ste. Agathe, Que. Mr. and Mrs. M. Perel and daughter Cheryl, 8385 Outremont Avenue, are spending the summer in Ste. Agathe. Mr. and Mrs. A. Starke and daughter, Sheila, 1727 Boudrais Street, are spending one month in Ste. Agathe. Mr. and Mrs. B. Adelaon, 1808 Glendale Avenue, spent some time in New London, Conn., where they were present at the marriage of their niece, Miss Beth Novitch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Novitch, to Dr. Edgar Ross-heim, son of Mrs. K. Kossheim, of Charleston, West Virginia. Rabbi Paul Liner, 6030 Cote St. Luc Road, was at the Mount Washington Hotel, in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, for the Central Conference of American Rabbis convention. Reverend Cantor Henry Hearst, formerly of Young Israel Synagogue, and__Mrs. Rear at, of Swampscott, Mass., visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bernson (nee Marilyn Hearst), and new-born daughter, Barbara Cheryl, 4000 Dupuis Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. W. Solomon, 785 Abbott Street, were at the Concord Hotel, at Kiamesha Lake, N. Y., where Mr. Solomon was a delegate at the 107th annual convention of Bnai Brith. Mr. and Mrs. David Lewittes sailed on the S. S. United States, from New York, to spend their wedding trip in Europe. Mrs. Lewittes is the former Miss Betty Cohen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cohen, 18 Creasy Road. Mr. Lewittes is the son of Rabbi and Mrs. Mendell Lewittes, 1942 Clinton Avenue. Phyllis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Cohen, 1740 Boudrais Street, is at Camp Ma-Ka-Bee, at Trout Lake, Quebec. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley- Theodore Zenuk spent their wedding trip in Lake George, N. Y. Mrs. Zenuk is the former Miss Sandra Brenda Stein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stein, 4727 La Peltrie Street. Mr. Zenuk is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Zenuk, of Baltimore, Maryland. They will take up residence in Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lubiner, 3005 Barclay Avenue, celebrated the fifth birthday of their Hangh- ModMakal and Vibratory Mas-saga, Passive Exorcise Equipment, Stoam Baths and Swedish Massage. WESTMOUNT HEALTH STUDIO 4930 Sfcofbrooka St, W. CiU far UMhrtatat HU. 47*23. CHAMPS ELYSEES (haute coiffure) Opening Faciei Salaa — Po riiia * Specialist. MADAME ANDREE Mfi. Nicholas ' Now Stylist. 5174 Cata dot Naigas ( Mary Ra\,) Ra. 9-3313 Boy from Review Advertisers, Say: "I saw roar ad in the Canadian Jewish Review". ter, Suzanne Victoria. She is the Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Jacob wister nf GIphHa—Bonnie, seven months; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Altner, 3005 Barclay Avenue; and of Mr. and Mrs. C. Lubiner, of Clarence-ville, Que. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Yane, 5165 Prince of Wales Avenue, are spending several weeks in Miami Beach, Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ratner, 5480 Lemieux Avenue,, spent their wedding trip in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. Mrs. Ratner is the former Miss Libby Singer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Singer, 6662 Mountain Sights Avenue. Mr. Ratner is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Ratner, 7250 Wiseman Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sacks, 5933 Dolbeau Avenue, were at the Park Plaza Hotel, in Toronto, Ont Shea Bordensky, of Mexico City, Mexico, was here for the funeral of his father, Morris Bordensky, 5759 McMurray Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. M. Wilner, 5656 Clanranald Avenue, spent three months in Israel. A. D. Chaikin, 138 Highfield Avenue, was at Scaroon Manor, at Schroon Lake, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Yane, 4711 Plamondon Avenue, spent their wedding trip in Miami Beach, Florida. Mrs. Yane is the former Miss EUen Schwartz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwartz, 4599 Montclair Avenue. Mr. Yane is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Yane, 5165 Prince of Wales Ave- :»<<<<<<<<< <<<<<<<<<«<wYH >>>>>>>>>>>>>> * Pepper spent their wedding trip on a tour through the United States. Mrs. Pepper is the former Miss Goldie Esther Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Green, 757 Bloomfield Avenue. Mr. Pep- fer is the son of Rabbi and Mrs. saac Pepper, of Calgary, Alta. They will take up residence in Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Singer, 4845 St. Catherine Road, spent their wedding trip at the Nevele Country Club, in Ellenville, N. Y. Mrs. Singer is the former Miss Florence Sadegursky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Sadegursky, 4646 La Peltrie Street. Mr. Singer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Singer, 230 St Aubin Street Miss Greta Rosen, 67 Nelson Avenue, visited her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Myer Horowitz (nee Barbara Rosen), of Edmonton, Alberta. They all spent some time in Banff. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bordoff, 5760 Decelles Avenue, spent their wedding trip in Acapufco, Mexico. Mrs. Bordoff is the former Miss Gloria Shuster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Shuster, 5865 Decelles Place. Mr. Bordoff is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bordoff, of Sherbrooke, Que. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Corber, 6695 Hudson Road, spent their wedding trip at the Nevele Country Club, in Ellenville, N. Y. Mrs, Corber is the former Miss Sandra Gilman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William GUroan, 6671 Marquette Street Mr. Corber is the son of Reverend and Mrs. M. H. Corber, 1837 Beaubien Street Mr. and Mrs. W. Nndleman, 4612 Jeanne Mance Street, will spend three weeks in Prefontaine, Que. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Perelmut-ter, spent their wedding trip at the Nevele Country Club, in Ellenville, N\ Y. Mrs. Perelmntter is the former Miss Lily Kligman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kligman, 2452 Bedford Road. Mr. Perelmutter is the son of Mrs. Rita Perelmutter, 5216 Esplanade nue. Miss Rboda Schachter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol. Schachter, 3360 Barclay Avenue, graduated from Macdonald College School for Teachers. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nort-man spent their wedding trip in Miami Beach, Florida. Mrs. Nort-man is the former Miss Suzanne Elizabeth Beck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Beck, 2202 Barclay Avenue. Mr. Nortman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nortman, of Brooklyn, N. Y. They have taken op residence in New York. yf yf yr yf y yf y <<<<«««<<<<«<<« «X J For the finest in music J LENNY RUBIN Sow appearing at Manitou Lodge j k ; k J K J Book now for foil and winter. CalLi vWE. 2-3655 an Thursdays or^ "Manitou Lodga, Ivry iur-U-loc,,, "Quebec. Sta. Agatha 525. a *>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>* Tel.i HUator 4-4414 Ives. Riga* 1-5792 owmot HAttT lAIINOVITai 5184 Quean Mary Rd„ Moatraal, Quabac* Mr. and Mrs. Harry Segal, 4564 Beaconsfield Avenue, are spending the summer in Ste. Agathe. Mrs. Rose Goldberg, 6Q05 Macdonald Avenue, is spending several days in Quebec, where she is visiting her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Dorf-man, and son, Sendor. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Garfinkle spent their wedding trip at the Nevele Country Club, in Ellenville, N. Y. Mrs. Garfinkle is the former Miss Maureen Montagnes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Montagnes, 1120 Franklin Street, North Bay, Ont. Mr. Garfinkle is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Myer Garfinkle,. 6505 Clanranald Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Zunder (nee Lillian Hershenfield, formerly of Montreal), of Eastview, Ottawa, Ontario, visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Hershenfield, 4772 Bouchette Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kavanat, 2447 Madison Avenue, spent some time in t New. York^ where Ihey. saw their son, Milton Kavanat, leave on June 25, on the 8. S. Israel, to spend two months with the summer institute, in Israel, returning home on August 26. Mr. and Mrs. Alec Eli Witt, 4780 Plamondon Avenue, spent their wedding trip in Acapulco, Mexico. Mrs. Witt is the former Miss Sheila Peggy Geffin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Geffin, 5154 Westbury Avenue. Mr. Witt is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Witt, 27 Holtham Road. Mr. and Mrs. Abei Gwiazda (nee Bernice Ettenberg), 2940 Barclay—Avenue, gave—a— party- If it Covers a Floor ... it Costs less at beloff bros. flooring & tile Asphalt - Rabbor - Vlayl - Una Flooriag Kite ban coaster tops, our specialty la Arborita, UaeJauat, Formica ALL MATERIALS SOLO AND SUPPLIED 251 Barnard Ave., Corner Joanna Manca Street. 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A Tal.: CR. 2-1887. *>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>> >>>»»$> Born, to Mr. and Mrs. David Luterman (nee Rachel Kramer), 6661 Bradford Place, on June 4, at the Jewish General Hospital, a son, Maynard; brother of Gerald, aged fifteen and one-half years; Arnold, twelve and one-half; and Leonard, six and one- Mrs. D. Sazant, 5520 Victoria Avenue; great-grandson of Mr. and Mrs. B. Smith, of Montreal. Godparents are Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Kravitz, 2165 College Street. Mr. Smith, great-grandfather, held the baby during the ceremony. at their home to Celebrate the first birthday of their daughter, Helen Rebecca; granddaughter of Mrs. Goldie Ettenberg, 2525 Van Home Avenue. Helen Rebecca wore a pink nylon party dress. A pink and white birthday cake decorated with pink candy rosebuds decorated the table. Mrs. Goldie Ettenberg, grandmother, assisted in serving. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gross, of Hartford, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Gross, 4361 Draper Avenue. Mrs. Ada Brown, and her son and daughter-in-law, Mr.- and Mrs. Arnold Brown, all of Liverpool, England, left for home from New York, on the Queen> Elizabeth. While here they were present at the marriage of the former's granddaughter, Miss Maureen Mostin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wally Mostin, of Plattsburg, N.-Y., to Ben. Chenoy, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Chenoy, 5175 Plamondon Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Brown were the guests of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Leibovitz, 4845 Queen Mary Road. Dr. and Mrs. Alvin Saperstein, of Providence, Rhode Island, visited Mr. and Mrs. David H. Brown, 5289 Coronation Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. David H. Brown have their nephew and nity?, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lerner, of New York, them. half; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. E. Kramer, 4814 Fulton Avenue; and of the late Mr. and Mrs. A. Luterman, of Montreal. IN MEMORIAM Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ostronoff (nee Sylvia Wilensky), 2628 Soissons Avenue, on June 1 at the Royal Victoria Hospital, a daughter, Beverly; sister, of: Shirley, aged nine and one^half'years; Pearl, seven and one-half: Anna, two and one-half: granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Wilensky, 115 Fairmount Street West. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Decider Scheer (nee Shirley Rothenberg), 6704 Brookside Avenue, on June 18, at the Jewish General Hospital, a son, Alan Jerry; brother of Leonard Mitchel, aged four years; and Mark Nathan, twenty months; grandson of Mrs. Rose Wahl, 1510 Ouimet Street; and of Mrs. Paulina Scheer, of Czechoslovakia. Godparents are Abe Wahl, 4930 St. Kevin Avenue, uncle; and Mrs. A. Ryshpan, 1510 Ouimet Street, aunt. John Sirokv, 5702 Smart Avenue, uncle, held the baby during the ceremony. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Myer Knobovitch (nee Ellen Liverman), 4942 Plamondon Avenue, on June 8, at the Jewish General Hospital, a daughter, Heidi Faye; slater of Maria Ruth, aged two years. SCHWARTZ: In loving memory of our dear mother, Mrs. Anna Wise Schwartz, who passed away on Sivan 23, 1958. We lost a mother with a heart of gold, Who was more to us than wealth untold. Without farewell, she fell asleep. We have lost, but God has gained, One of tho best mothers, tha world contained.-- - - For We never knew a heartache, Till we saw her vacant chair. Sadly missed by husband, Joseph; and daughters, Jean, Claire. Bella, Sayra; and sons-in-law; and granchildren. DEATHS Morris Bordensky, 6759 McMurray Avenue, died on June 23. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Eva Levitsky Bordensky; two sons: Philip, 5262 Prince of Wales Avenue; and Shea, of Mexico City, Mexico; a daughter, Mrs. Frank Aronovitrh fTillig), K7KQ Mr. Murray Avenue; seven grandchil dren; five brothers: Milton, Phi Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Teitelbaum, Bourret Street, spent their wedding trip in Miami Beach, Florida. Mrs. Teitelbaum is the former Miss Lena Prince, daughter of Mr. and . Mrs. Max Prince, 6760 Mountain Sights Avenue. Mr. Teitelbaum is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Teitelbaum, 1901 Clinton Avenue. Mrs. Gus Bauer and children, Rita and Martin, 980 Alexis Ni-hon Street, are visiting her broth-. er-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. George Frank and sons, Murray and Bert, of Winnipeg, Man. Here for the marriage of Miss Ina Hirsl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Z. A. Hirsl, 6186 Hudson Road, to Gary Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Williams, 587 Lansdowne Avenue, on Sunday July 12, at the Sheraton-Mount Royal Hotel, are: Mr. and Mrs. Saul Hittleman, Dr. and Mrs. J. Schwartz, Arthur Ston-gin, of New York; Mr. and Mrs. B. Tonal, of Buffalo, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. D. Wolfson, of Portland, Maine. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Starke, 6005 Bourret Street, spent several days at the Nevele Country Club, in Ellenville, N. Y. Sharon and Allan Lande, son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mac Lande, 154 Dufferin Road, are spending the summer at Camp Bayview. in St. Donat. L. Gold, 4875 Plamondon Avenue, is spending several days in Warrensburg, N. Y. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sazant (nee Lucy Emsig), 5750 Leger Avenue, on May 21, at the Jewish General Hospital, a son, Sheldon Farrel; brother of Jeffrey, aged six years; and Howard, three and one-half; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. David Emsig, of Hamilton, Ont.; and of Mr. and lip, Max, Samuel, Louis; and four sisters: Mrs. H. Schwartz (Shein-del); Mrs. David Clamer (Mary); Mrs. Joseph Kovshoff (Edith)* and Miss Freda Bordensky, all of Montreal. Funeral services took Jlace from Paperman's. Rabbi I. . Teicher officiated. Burial was at Beth David-Beth Yitzchok-Kehal Yeshurun Cemetery. BIRTHS Bom, to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Budovitch (nee Harriet Rosenberg), 6712 Clanranald Avenue, on June 12, at the Jewish General Hospital, a son, Perry Howard; brother of Joel Morley, aged two and one-half years; grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg, of Montreal; and of Mrs. Freda Budovitch, of Fredericton, N. and the late Ben Budovitch. 1883 A DISTINGUISHED WHISKY Another notable achievement in 1883 waa the creation of the diftinguiafaed Canadian Rye Whisky, Seagram's "83". Oenerationa of i 1883 have enjoyed thcdasUmUte flavour and booqoct of tail fine whisky.