Canadian Jewish Review

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Full text: THE CANADIAN JEWISH REVIEW OCTOBER 21, 1966 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nathan, 5175 Vexina Street, spent a holiday in London, England, visiting her brother, and sister-in-law, Mr. ami .Mrs. 'P. Applebaum; and her brothers-in-law, and sisters: Mr. and Mrs. S. Cohen, and Mr. and Mrs. S- Rosen. The'v travelled via B.O.A.C. Air Lines. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Ryshpan, formerly of-2820 Darlington Place, moved to 5Jo5 Cote St. Luc Mr. and Mrs. Ben Revzen, 3172 Van Home Avenue, visited their son, and daughter-in-law, Mr. and .Mrs. Louis Revzen. 143 Combe .\\vmie. Toronto, Ont. Miss Flora Ix>e Wagner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wagner. 5705 Hudson Road, sailed on the Emprev- of Canada, to spend a year in London, England. Prior to her ivturn home, she will travel through Kurope. Miss Linda Jane . Scovili, of Ottawa, Ont., joined her. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Covens, and Mitchell Steven, and Jeffrey Allan, formerly of 2700 Darlington Place, have 'moved to 13GO Carol Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gruman, 8350 Chanipagneur Avenue, visited their nephew, and imxre, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kotick. and Rhonda, and new-born son. Jordan Elliott, • ef Toronto, Ont. Bernard Segal, 1035 Bernard Avenue West, visited his son-in-law, and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Israel Glassman, and son, Ihvin Glassman. and daughters. Rhonda, and Dyanne Michelle,.'of Toronto, Ont. . •Harvey Leonard Taback; • of Seat-tie, Washington, spent two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Galinsky, 2487 Bedford Road, whose daughter, Miss Gail Galinsky. is his fiancee. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Singer, 43l>7 Acadie Street. Pierrefonds, visited her brother-in-law, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Bursh-tyn, and Sharon, and Debbie, of Ottawa, Ont. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Whitzman. and Raymond, Alan, and Nadine, formerly of Halifax, N. S., have moved to 4263 Ninth Street, Cho-medey. - Mrs. Edward Ellin, of Chicago, 111., visited her brother-in-law, and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Moe Moscovitch, 40S5 Plamondon Street. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dick, 4375 La Peltrie Street, celebrated- the fourteenth birthday of their daughter, Franceen Lee; sister of Neal., aged eight and one-half years; gran'dson of Mr^ and Mrs. B. Dick. 0302 Coolbrook Avenue; and of, Mrs. Annie Plotkin, 4375 La Pejtrie Street, and > the late .Xc.thao Piotkin. ' Mrs; Dora Pustil, of Chicago, 111., visited her brother-in-law, and sister, Mr. .and Mrs. Solomon Ravinsky. 48'.»-:> Bourret Street. Mr. and Mrs. Issie Orner. of Monticello, N. Y., visited their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. David Os-tr/egn, 11323 Joseph Casavant Street. Mrs. S. Schwartz, of Philadelphia, Pa., visited her brother, and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Cohen, 3200 Coyer Street. imiv»r»Ify 6-7167 ' For Bar M/fxvab or Wtddlog O1H» & DANISH SILVERSMITHS ol»o Repairing & R«illv*nng C. P. PETER5EN, 1221 MUckty H., Moctrul •* > ' > ' LENNY RUBIN and hff ofche*fro WE. 2-3655 - 655-5631 •»»»»»»»»» A LADIES! It mon«y tn yevr 75 Oesc«nt Stre«t — 288-3655 HAND BEADING >ftfstotrally rforv* try oar for Gowns end Jw • • all k!nd> of fobdu. W» do repair*. Work and «ervi'72 .Vezina Street. Samuel Friedlandcr, of Boston, Mass., was here for the funeral of his sister, Mrs. Annie Fried-lander Chcifetx, 4995 Mackenzie Street, who died at the Montreal Convalescent Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brass, 165 Kennard Avenue, Toronto, Ont., were here for the marriage of Miss Shari Katz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer 11. Katz, 5739 Blossom Avenue, to their cousin, Alan Pollock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-"liam Pollock,'5713 Smart Avenue, at Young Israel Synagogue. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Pollock, of London, Ont., spent their wedding trip travelling through .the Southern United States. Mrs. Pollock is the former Miss Shari Katz, daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer R. Katz, 5739 Blossom Avenue. Mr. Pollock is the son of Mr. and Mrs. \Villiam Pollock, 5713 Smart-Avenue. Mrs. George Sheehtmah, 3270 Ellend.ale Street, visited her son, and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Flomcn, and Marcie Susan, of Toronto, t)nt. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Maritzer, of Los Angeles, Calif., visited their cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kahn, and sons. Melvin Kahn, and Harvey, 4905 Kent Avenue. Borach Dalinsky, of Tel Aviv, Israel, visited his brother-in-law, and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Kahn. 5740 Melling Street, Mr. and Mrs. H. Blanshay, of X.ew York, visited his brother-in-law, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levy, 3875 Plamondon Street. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Schlossberg, and daughter, Julia Dec, formerly of 5460 Bessborough Avenue, have moved to 1.13.3 Shorecrc^t Street. •Mr.• and" Mrs. Paul Tipp, of Los Angeles. Calif, visited his brother, and sister-in-law, Mf. and Mrs. Jack Teplitsky. and Mark Teplit-sky, and Steven Nathan. 5758 Wol-seiey Avenue- Mr. and Mrs. Barnett Berr, of Clifton, X.J., will be here for the bar-mitzvah . of their grandson, Richard Lawrence, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Frederick Lefcort. 3117 Lacombe Avenue, who will be called to the Reading of the Law, on October '-2. at Shaar Hasho-mayin Synagogue. Mrs. Shifra Kawalek, of New York, will'-be here for the bar-mitzvah. of her grandson, Ray-, mond, son of-Mr. and-Mrs. Joshua Fink, 4894 Mira Road, who will be called to the Reading of the Law. on ' October"'22. ;at Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue. Mr. and Mrs. George Shubin, and Stephen Shubin, and Paul Shubin. 4200 Old Orchard Avenue; and'Mr. and Mrs. .Samuel Braiter, and Debbie.-5630 Decolles Avenue; were in Toronto. Out., for the marriage of Miss Harriet Elizabeth Steincr. daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Norman .Stoiner, 24 Burton Road, to their cousin, Roger Hy-n.an, ion of. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hyman. 9 Birdsall Avenue, at Hoiy Blossom Temple. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ivram. and daughter, Lauren, of New York, will be here for the bar-mitzvah of their cousin. Jeffrey Lloyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Siimm, 5818 Hadscn Avenue, who will be called to the Heading of the Law, on Oc-tuWr 22. at Beth Zion Synagogue. Here for the bar-mitzvah of Lc-unard Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mr.-. Sol Shara,"2iO Harland Road, who will be called to the Reading of the Law, on October 22, at Sfiaare Zion Synagogue, will be: Mrs. Annie DavK <>f New York, great-aunt; and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Can!an. ur.cle, and aunt, of Bronx. N. Y. ROUSING! JOVIAL! IRRESISTIBLE! VEBAINUN DANCE COMPANY OCT. 25-30 NOV. 4-5 mcrtin**: Sun./ Oct. 3O Pr:«i find. t»'v E.« !S W. H 50 S3 '.hc-n, cousins, of Ottawa, Ont.; were here for the celebration. Rirhatd Lawrence, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Frederick Lefcort, 3117 Lnc ..r.h>c Avenue, will be calicri :•• the Reading of the Law, in h-rv/ur of his bar-mitzvah, on Octohvr 22, at Sha?.r H?.?hornayim Syr.agogue. He is, the brother of Wendy, afc'ed eight years; grandson of Mrs. Rose Lefcort. 3555 Cote des Neiges Road, and the late Louis Lefcort; and of Mr. and Mrs. Barrett Rerr, of Clifton. New Jer-s.ev. Kiddu^h will he observed. Raymond, son of Mr. and Mrs. .Toshv;a Fir.k, 4S04 Mira Rofld, will be called tn the ReA'-iing of the Law, in honour of his bar-mitzvah, on October 22, at Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue. He is the brother of Miss Iris Fink, aged seventeen years; grandson of Mrs. Shifra Kawulek, of New York. Kiddush will be observed. Jeffrey Lloyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Slimm, 5818 Hudson Avenue, will be called to the Reading of the Law, in honour of his bar-mitzvah, on October 22, at Beth Zion Synagogue. He is the brother of Andy, aged nine years; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Slimovitch, 3105 Linton Avenue; and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Adelson, of Montreal. Kiddush will be observed. Brian, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marcus. 5615 Melling Street, will be called to the Reading of the Law, in honour of his bar-mitzvah, on October 22, at Beth Zion Synagogue. He is1 the brother of Mitchell, aged seven years; grandson of Mrs. Anne Singer, 4895 Bour-ret Street, and the late Ben Victor; and of Mrs. Adelln Marcus, 5720 Dccarie Boulevard, and the late Morris Marcus. Kiddush will be observed. Leonard Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Shara, 210 Harland Road, will be called to the Heading of the Law, in honour of his bar-mitzvah, on October 22, at Shaare Zion Synagogue. He is the brother of Michael Shara, aged seventeen years; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sternthal, 4005 Carlton Avenue; and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Shara, of Montreal. Kiddush will be observed. BIRTHS Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Israel Glassman (nee Marcia Segal, formerly of Montreal), 288 Goulding Avenue, Toronto, Ont, on May 10, at New Mount Sinai Hospital, a daughter. Dyanne Michelle; sister of Irwin Glassman, aged seventeen years; and Rhonda, thirteen and one-half; granddaughter of Mrs. Goldie Feldstein, 4645 Vezina Street; and of Bernard Segal, 1035 Bernard Avenue West, and the late Mrs. Becky Segal. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Suliteanu (nee Ann Rose Hel.fen-baum), 1077 Reynald Street, on September 20. at the Jewish General Hospital, a son, Michael Glen; brother of Beverly Sue, aged two years; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. David Helfenbaum, 5907 Clanra-nald Avenue; and of Mr. and Mrs. Millo Suliteanu, 2862 Bedford Road; great-grandson of Mrs. Kathy Axelrad, 2652 Bedford Road. Godparents are Marvin Helfenbaum, 4539 Seventh Street, Chomedey. uncle; and Mrs. Daniel Suliteanu, 2867 Bedford Road, aunt. Mr- Helfenbaum, grandfather, held the baby during the ceremonv. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hart (nee Barbara Rosenberg), 12 Rockford Road. Toronto, Ont., on October 5, at New Mount Sinai Hospital, a son, Richard Steven; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rosenberg, 158 Strathearn Road; and of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Hart, 11 Goldfinch Court; great-grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rosenberg, 12 Lyndhurst Court; all of Toronto; and of Mr. and Mrs. Myer Dick, 5160 Macdonald Avenue. Montreal. Godparents "are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg, 428 Glen Grove Avenue, Toronto, uncle, and aunt. Yankel Silverberg, great-uncle, of Toronto, held the baby during the ceremony. mflRRIRGES STEINBERG-SENICA The marriage of ML;s Adele Se-nica, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Senica, 5833 Coolbrook Avenue, to Hyman Leonard Steinberg, son of ^Ir. and Mrs. Isidore Steinberg, 4832 Mackenzie Street, was solemnized at Beth Hamedrash Hagadol Synagogue, on Sunday, June 26, at half-past six o'clock, by Rabbi lister Rosner, assisted by Cantor M. Kaufler. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. She wore a fitted, sleeveless, gown of white pcau de soie. made with an A-line skirt, and a lace coat, with three-quarter-length sleeves, which had a long train. Her tulle illusion veil was combined with a matching crown; and she carried a boucruet of white orchids. Mrs. Steven Steinman was her sifter's matron of honour. She wore a coral-coloured, chiffon gown; with a crown of that colour; and carried white. n;\d coral-coloured ro~es. Miss Sharon Steinberg, sis-tc-r of the ^rroom; and Mr.--. Donald Steinberg, siitc-r-in-law of the groom; were bridesmaids, each wearing a yellow, peau de soie gown; with a yellow crown; and carrying a bouquet of white, and yellow rose-s and carnations. Donnld Steinberg was hi? brother's h-;-5-t man. The ushers wore: Steven Steinman, Michac-l Steinman, Isaac Aptowitzer, Mce Lo>hinr 9)94041 Koihtr metis mllibU »n rtqutst U-i- ! i rliUlit fl il ASK ABOUT OUR CHEESE BASKETS FOR ALL OCCASIONS BON VOYAGE GIFTS A SPECIALTY Cheese from the world over including our famous 2 year old Canadian Cheddar. Plus our other famous Imported and domeslic cheeses . . . Ported English Slillon, Cheshire, Caerphilly, French Brie, Camemberr, Port du Salut, Tomme de Savoie, Boursault, Swiss Gruyere, Emmenthal, Provolone, Taleggio, Bel Paese, Dutch Gouda, Edam, Leyden. CITY WIDE DELIVERY Parking at R»ar Whllofhopptng At Cfiee oppe H ii Store R. MocConnochie, Prop. 2054 UNION AYE., — (Just below Sherbrooke) VI* 9-1232-3 — Customer porking at rear of store. Hours: Dally from 8:30 i.m. to 6 p.m. — Satvrdiy 8:30 ».m. to 5 p.m. sleeveless, lace gown, appliqued with beads, and a matching cape; and had a coral-coloured crown. Mrs. Steinberg, mother of the ^room, wore a coral-coloured, sleeveless, peau de soie and chiffon gown; with a crown of that shade. Their flowers were corsages of white orchids. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Leonard Steinberg spent their wedding trip at the Nevele Country Club, in Ellenville, N. Y-; the bride going away in a.pink, silk suit; with a corsage of white orchids. They have taken up residence in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Here for the marriage were: Mrs. Augusta Hertz, of Brazil, !Rio de Janeiro, aunt of the bride; Mrs. A. Jryka, of Chicago, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. A. Skowronski, of Bridgeport, Conn.; cousins of the bride; Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Sox, of Jerico, N..Y.-; Mr. and Mrs. M. Kaye, of Kingston, Ont.; Mr. and Mrs. D. Karakofsky, Mrs. L. Karakofsky; all of Perth, Ont.; and Mr. and Mrs. A. Streve, of Atlanta. Georgia, all cousins of the groom; Mr. Steinberg received the Bachelor of Science degree, and the Master of Science degree from McGill Uni-versity. He is continuing his studies at the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor, toward the Ph.D. degree. Mrs. Steinberg received the Teacher's degree from Macdonald College School for Teachers. full-time officer of the union and a member of its executive board since its founding in 1934. PIAZZA finest Italian food with tilt finest Italian wiM •205 Decarto Blvd. 739-6331 DEATHS Mrs. Helene Friedman Vines, 50 Stratford Road, died on Friday, September 9, at the Montreal pen-era! Hospital, at the age of'sixty-three years. She is survived by her husband, Dr. Norman.M. Vines; a daughter, Miss Nor ma Phyllis Vines; and a son, Donald Ross Vines. Funeral services took place from Paperman's. Rabbi Wilfred Shuchat officiated. Burial was at Shaar Hashomayim Cemetery. Shiva was at the home. Mrs. Vines was born in Albany, N. Y. She attended the Albany Girls*" Academy there; and the Highland Manor School, in Tarrytown, N. Y. She was a member of Temple Emanu-El, and of Shaar Hashomayim Synagogue; and of the Elmridge Golf and Country Club where she was captain of a ladies' championship winning team. In 1932 she married Dr. Vines, the medical officer of the Montreal Gazette. FAMOUS FOR EXPERT CATERING Alternate Courses • Banquets • Anniversaries • Sweet Sixteens • Receptions • Club Meetings 67 SPECIALTIES OF SEA FOODS . / ' • Music with Aldo Free supervised parking 1175 Mackay Str««t UN. 6-9741 Hyman Levine, 319 Gratton Street, died on Tuesday, July 12, at the Montreal General Hospital, at the age of fifty-four years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Rebecca Soloway Levine; a son, Eddie, aged fifteen years; two brothers: Abe Levine, 319 Gratton Street; Donald Levine, 2640 Go-yer Street; and four sisters: Mrs. Nathan Cohen (Fanny), 2640 Go-yer Street; Miss Jennie Levine, Mrs. H. Herman (Molly), and Mrs. Milton Levine (Sylvia); all of New York. He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Philip Levine. Funeral services took place from Paperman's/ Rabbi Joseph Grun-blatt officiated. Burial was at Ke-hal Israel Cemetery. Shiva was at the home. Mr. Levine was a founder, and co-chairman of Montreal Local Forty-Nine of the United Hatters, Cap, and Millinery Workers International Union. He wag a Weddings * Bar-MItzvohs it House Parties Compfof • Rent af« Party TimeKAls JACK SCOFP tOMft LUTTtlMAM U91 U»r»*H«* 7444941 Perry Carmen Orchestra Starring D1NO VALE (TV>t*

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