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Full text: JUNE if, 1*6* tttE CANADIAN JEWISH REVIEW The Elegance we bring in your home enhances your personal taste* HENRI BEAULAC Hit Decorator, Invlrti you to moke on oppointment or his studio... 2140 Biihop Strtef ft*m«Hy 1344 Tel.: VI. 9-5702 LOUIS-COIFFURE Mr. Taulo and Mr. Fernand, Formerly of Guillaume and Robert (Sndwdon Branch). Also Miss Guita Direct From Paris. Are Now at Your Service. 5170 Queen Mary Rd., Apt. 6. HU. 9-8211-12 fate* Selma. and Susan Shtull: grandson of Mrs. Janet Leibovitz, 4960 Maplewood Avenue. Kiddusb was observed. The following evening Mr. and Mrs. Shtull received one hundred and fifty guests at a dinner dance. Mrs. Shtull wore a blue organia and lace sheath, made with a V-neckline and cape sleeves; and a corsage of white carnations. Mrs. Leibovitz wore a champagne-coloured gown; and a corsage of white carnations. Misses Ruth and Selma Shtull, who are twins, wore re-embroidered blue organza gowns. Miss Susan Shtull wore a light blue organza gown. Seated at the head table with the family were: Mr. and Mrs. David Kleger, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Leibovitch, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Leibovitz, and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Shtull, uncles and aunts of the bar-mitzvah boy. He gave a speech in Hebrew and English. Samuel Garf inkle, his teacher, asked a blessing over the challah. A blue and white bar-mitzvah cake and arrangements of white and red carnations and gladioli decorated the table. Here for the occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. David Kleger and daughter, Lisa, of Eastmeadow, brother of Irwin; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. T. Shizgal, 4742 Mackenzie Avenue, Montreal. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Pomerantz (nee Anne Siperstein). of Vancouver, B. C., formerly of Montreal, on May 3, a son. Stephen Howard; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Max Siperstein, 4745 Kent Avenue, Montreal; and of Mr. and Mrs. I. Pomerantz, 4850 Walkley Avenue. APPROACHING MARRIAGES : 9 FREE BAND CONCERTS Under the provisions of the Will of the late Charles S. Campbell, K.C., free band concerts will be given during the months of June, July and August in Public Parks in the City of Montreal and Districts, for the benefit and enjoyment of the people at the places and on the days mentioned below at 8.30 in the evening. I Day The approaching marriage of Miss Sandra Brenda Stein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stein, 4727 La Peltrie Street, to Stanley Theodore Zenuk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Zenuk, of Baltimore, Maryland, takes place on Tuesday, June 23, at half-past six o'clock, at Shaare Zion Synagogue, Rabbi Maurice S. Cohen officiating. , v | Sunday i S ~5 | .Tuesday i | Wednesday Bands which will perform alter-Park nately at the parks mentioned Lafontaine Artillery (R.C.A.) Fletcher's -Field Dominion Square Royal Can. Engineers a 9 a Jarry Molson (Rosemount) Montreal Citadel (S.A.) Can. Grenadier Guards § • • Mr, and Mrs. Solomon Ryback, 6026 Mountain Sights Avenue, celebrated the bar-mitzvah of their son, Hyman, who was called _to._the___Reaaing_of _.the_ _Law, _at Bnai Jacob Synagogue. He has a twin sister, Sylvia. Kiddush was observed. The following evening Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Ryback received two hundred guests at a dinner dance -in-th« Synagogue hall. The hostess was in a grey lace gown, made with a round neckline, cape sleeves, and sheath skirt; and her corsage was of white and pink carnations. Sylvia wore a blue chiffon dress; and a white carnation bouquet. Those who lit the candles were: Sarah Johnson, Frances Bedzow, Brenda Ryback, Marilyn Johnson, Linda Kushner, Miriam Shachter, Myra Bloom, Michael Bedzow, Fred Fa-£finj__ Samuel iGersonpvitch, Theo^ dore Goloff, Issie Greenberg, Howard Katz, Irwin Fefergrad, and the family. Seated at the head table with the family were: Mrs. Chasia Bedzow, Leon Ryback, uncle; Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Ryback, cousins; and Chaim Kushner, of New York, uncle. Hyman gave a speech in Hebrew and English, and asked a blessing over the challah. A bue and white bar-mitzvah cake and white roses and carnations adorned the table. Here for the occasion were: Mr. and Mr8rTrKuShner~ano^~children^ Hinda and Morris, of New York. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Karachinsky, 5795 Darlington Avenue, celebrated the bar-mitzvah of their son, Bernard, who was called to the Reading of the Law, at Beth Israel and Samuel. Synagogue. He is the brother of Laurie, aged sixteen years; and Murray, eight. Kiddush was observed. The following evening Mr. and Mrs. Jack Karachinsky received one hundred guests at a dinner dance. The hostess was in a rose-coloured, organza gown, re-embroidered with matching braid, made with a scalloped neckline, sheath skirt, and jacket. Her corsage was of pink orchids. Laurie, wore a £owder-blue chiffon dress; and ad a bouquet of pink carnations. Those who lit the candles were: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gurman, Misses Betty., and Sophie Karachinsky, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gurman, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Carol, Mr. and Mrs. Myer Carol, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gurman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gur-manr Abe -Gurman,- Ben—Fried-man, Elvira Lutter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Singer, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hyams, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Saltzman, and the family. Seated at the head table with the family were: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gurman, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Carol, Mr. and Mrs. Myer Carol, and Misses Betty and Sophie Karachinsky. The bar-mitzvah boy gave a speech in Hebrew and English. Ben Gurman asked a blessing over the challah. "A blue "and ~ while " bar-mitzvah cake was combined with blue and white gladioli and carnations for the table. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Clare, 5000 Clanranald Avenue, entertained at an evening at their home in honour of his sister, Mrs. Rose Cohen, of London, England. While here she was entertained by her nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Monia Rynderman (nee Frances Clare), 201 Metcalfe Avenue, and was present-at the-bar-mitzvah of her great-nephew, Irving Elliott, son of Mr. and Mr*. Benjamin Salit, 2485 Decelles Street, who was called to the Reading of the Law, at Beth Ora Synagogue. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Salit, 2485 Decelles Street, celebrated the bar-mitzvah of their son, Irving Elliott, who was called to the Reading of the Law, at Beth Ora Synagogue. He is the brother of Miss Rhona Salit; grandson of Jack Clare, 5000 Clanranald Avenue. Following the services, Mr. and Mrs. Salit were hosts to one hundred and fifty guests at a kiddush luncheon in the Synagogue hall. Mrs. Salit received in a blue shantung dress, with matching off-white accessories, BAR-MITZVAHS Laurence, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Etcovitch, 4891. Isabella.. ^A venue, will be called to the Reading of the Law, in celebration of his bar-mitzvah, on June 20, at Shaar Hashomayim Synagogue. He is the brother of Sue-Ellen; grandson of -Mr. -and Mrs. M._. Etcovifch; arid" of "the "late~ Mrr and Mrs. Abram Charad; all of Montreal. Kiddush will be observed. The approaching marriage of Miss Barbara Frank, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. Frank, 28 Sunset Avenue, to John G. Polk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Polk, of Harrison, NLY.j takes place on Sunday. June 21, at the home of the bride's parents. Rabbi Charles Bender officjating,____________;._ ENGAGEMENTS a Thursday Benny (N.D.G.) Dominion Square The Black Watch Lafontaine Royal Montreal Regiment Field HarTnonie Metropole Richard Murray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Israel Charles Mendelsohn. 990 Pratt Avenue, will be called to the Reading of the Law, in celebration of his bar-mitzvah on June 20, at the Adath Israel Synagogue. Kiddush will be observed. A dinner dance will take "place ~ the~ following" evening,- withe synagogue hall. - Mr. and Mrs^-Charlea , Gelber,_ 8572 Birnam Avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Roslyn Gelber, to Sydney Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cohen, 953 A. Rockland Avenue. Irving Elliott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Salit, 2485 Decelles Street, was called to the Reading of the Law, in celebration of his bar-initzvah at Beth Ora Synagogue. He is the brother of Miss Rhona Salit; and grandson of Jack Clare, 5000 'Clanranald Avenue. Kiddush was observed. Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Karp, 5620 Davies Avenue, announce the engagement of their niece, Miss Dee-Dee Jo Mendlovitz, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Markus -Mendlavitz,. to JErnesl SoiUovitch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Myer Smilo-vitch, 4130 La Peltrie Street. MARRIAGES Lea Fusiliers Mont-Royal -17th DrYrR.CrHussars" R.C. Ordnance Corps It is suggested that persons interested in these concerts might = -uaefulIy_ein;Tgui-lhi3~n^ they may have conveniently^ 1 before them the place and the day of each concert. The series ' = of Free Band Concerts will begin on the 21 June and will close | on or about 16 August. I i LISTEN TO RADIO ANNOUNCEMENTS OVER "CFCF** BETWEEN 7 AND 7.15 P.M. ON SUNDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY ESTATE LATE CHARLES S. CAMPBELL, K.C., The Rbybl Trust Company . Trustee ._:...:______ e lUltiliiiiiiiiliiliiluililUliiluiiiliiliiliiiiiiiiliiliiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiii inn niliiliiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiMiii iniii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii MOSCOVITCH-FEITLEBERG Richard Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Malkin, 5561 Glencrest Avenue, was called to the Reading of the Law, in celebration of his bar-mitzvah on May 23, at Shaare Zedek Synagogue. He is the brother of Barbara Susan, aged ten years;.and Eric Stephen, five and one-half; grandson of Mrs. Ida Bailey, 5561 Glencrest Avenue, and the late Samuel Bailey: and of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Malkin. 4590 St. Kevin Avenue. Kiddush was observed. A luncheon in the Synagogue hall followed the services. BIRTHS The marriage of Miss Rhoda Feitleberg* daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Feitleberg, 4530 Lin-ton Avenue, to Irving Moscovitch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Moscovitch, 1021 Jean Talon Street West, took place at Shaare Zedek Synagogue, on Sunday, June 14, at half-past six o'clock. Rabbi A. Bernard Leffell officiated, assisted by Reverend N. Fogel. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. Her princess gown was of Chantilly lace, made with a round, re-embroidered neckline; long sleeves ending with points at the wrists; and a full bouffant skirt, with bustle back. Her full-length veil of scalloped tulle illusion was re-rembroidered with seed pearl beads and was held by a crown of seed-pearl-beads, and she carried a cluster of white orchids with white satin streamers. Miss Norma Feitleberg, sister of Beach, Florida.. The bride went away in a white organza sheath; with red and white shantung accessories. Here for the marriage were: Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Litt-man, Miss Alice Littman, Miss Ellen Littraan, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schoenfeld, and Miss Augusta ' Schoenfeld; all of New York; and Mrs. Fanny Parry, of London, England. -UNVEHINGS SILVERMAN: The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Mrs. fiachel Kindestin Silverman, takes place on Sunday, June 21, .at 10.45 a.m. at Beth David Cemetery, Cartierville. Relatives and friends are asked to attend. A. Mendell, Q. C.( 635 Belmont Avenue; and three sisters: Mrs. M. M. Fine (Jean), and Miss Bea Mendell, both of Montreal;'and Miss Ann Mendell, of New York. Funeral services took place from Paperman's. Rabbi Wilfred Shu-chat officiated, assisted by Reverend S. Gisser. Burial was at Shaare Zion Cemetery. Mr. Mendell was born in Montreal and educated at McGill University, president of the Belt Association of Montreal; a member of Shaare Zion Synagogue; of Mount Royal Lodge of Bnai Brith; and of the Hillsdale Golf and Country Club; and a governor of the Y.M.-Y.W.H.A. Montreal Classified FREED: The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Mrs. Malka (Molly) Freed, beloved•. wife of the late Elie Freed, and dear mother of Abraham Moses, Mrs. J. M. Tennen- FREE RENT: Working mother is looking for a Jewish lady to share her five room lower duplex in Snowdon area. Offering rent free home in exchange for taking care of her five year old school child during the day. Phone RE. X>4247.------- ' • '• . —— HM stadia? of o food troy to riww sitting riihro is a mfaEvah according to HM Hebrew eastern. Marty Cheney (Eppes Essen) hat IntrodMcod an astortMont off feod Jrroyi that con bo •ont to relatives and frfomA sfrting skhr*. For further information call Marty Cheney at Eppes EMOB DaH» Ask KORTY CHENOY HU. t-4711 5339 Shorfcrook* St. W. MOtTY OUNOrS iFtES USEM DEUUTtt. SEN HAS AtSOUrTELY NO CONNICT10N win ACT eraa CMEMOT - _____Jrat: A blue and white bar-mitzvah cake, and a sunken garden of pink and red roses, were used to decorate. Here for the occasion were: Mrs. Rose Cohen, of London, England, great-aunt; Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Rief, and daughter, Miss Beatrice Rief, of Baltimore, Md.; and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rosenbloom, of Sherbrooke, Que.____ ________ ..___. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Shtull, 5573 Dunmore Avenue, celebrated the bar-mitzvah of their son, Gerald Alex, who was called to the Reading of the Law, at Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue. He is the brother of Misses Ruth, Lutwak (nee Joan Edelman), of Bronx, N.Y., formerly of Miami Beach, Florida, and Montreal, x>n May 2, a son, Scott Howard; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Edelman, of Bronx; and of Mrs. Lizzie Lutwak, 7791 Stuart Avenue, Montreal, and the late Samuel Lutwak. Godparents are Mr. .and Mrs, -R,—Ede4maiv of Bronx. Mr. Edelman, grandfather, held the baby during the ceremony. MECCA FOR SMART MONTREALERS r. MISS mB**** UAilTDCJU mURIHLML RESTAURANT ACCOMMODATION FOR UP TO 100 PERSONS In our private air-conditioned banquet room M««tml 7600 DECARII I LVD. •L 7-1431 Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Liberman (nee Sylvia Lutwak), 7791 Stuart Avenue, on June 3, at the Reddy Memorial Hospital, a daughter, Rhonda; sister of Sheldon, aged two years; granddaughter of Mrs. Lizzie Lutwak, 7791 Stuart Avenue, and the late Samuel Lutwak; and of Mrs. Libby Liberman, 4451 Colonial Avenue, and the late Rubin Liberman. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dunietz (nee Faye Shizgal, of Montreal), of Brooklyn, N.Y., on May 24. at the Brooklyn Jewish Hospital, A son, Jankel Israel; *Ht From Monday to Friday •USINCSS MEN'S LUNCHEON $1.50 re $2,50 Trtfe 7S3 V. GrMcira, off St. H«Wit $*. C*. Lf305. a bandeau of yellow roses in her hair; and a cascade of yellow roses. Mrs. Nat Callow, sister of the groom; and Mrs. Issie Moscovitch, sister-in-law of the groom^ as bridesmaids, each wore a pink organza gown, made with a shirred bodice and full bouffant skirt. They had bandeaux of pink petals; and carried semi-cascadfea-of pink and white carnations. Renee Berlin, cousin of the bride, was flower girl, wearing a pink and white organza dress; with a bandeau of pink baby roses in her hair: and carried a basket of rose petals. Issie Moscovitch, brother of the groom, was best man. The ushers were: Irving Applebee, Issie Greenberg, Harvey Ack-man, Victor Klein, Nat Gallow, Nat Rabinovitch, Samuel Feitleberg, and Hershel Feitleberg. Jeffrey Gallow, nephew of the groom, was page boy. Standards of white gladioli arranged with pink roses and ribbons, formed the decorations. Mrs. Feitleberg, mother of the bride, wore a rose-coloured lace and organza gown, with matching hat. Mrs. Moscovitch, mother of the groom, was in a beige lace gown, with a hat of the same material. Their corsages were of pink orchids. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Moscovitch spent their wedding trip in Miami baum {Doris), Sonla and Rose, all of Brooklyn, N. Y.; and Mrs. Isaac Hendel (Eva) and Mrs. Joseph Borenstein (Sylvia) takes place on Sunday, June 21, at 11.00 A. M., at Lubavitcher Cemetery, Mount Pleasant, St. Vincent de Paul. Relatives and friends are asked to attend. WANTED: Would like to;share cottage or rent two rooms with congenial family. Trout Lake or Ste. Agathe. Phone RE. 3-0538 or RE. 7-5970. DEATHS Moses Mendell, 270 Dufferin Road, aged fifty-three years, died on Sunday, June 7, at the Jewish General Hospital. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ruth Hersh Mendell; a son, Lawrence, aged eleven years; a daughter, Barbara, thirteen; a brother, Manuel BOURRET AVENUE: To rent, completely furnished six and one-"Kalf rooms, lower duplex, including dishes, linens, blankets, television, garage and garden. Short or long lease. $250 monthly. Phone HU. 4-8043. ROOM TO LET in quiet modern apartment. Cote des Xeiges district. Bus stop at door, Light privileges, suitable business woman. RE. 8-9595; RE. 3-7325. PUzza Tomtsso ii For Your Dining Pleasure May we suggest the New Chez Ernest Cafe 2070 DRUMMOND MONTREAL AV. 8-3263 NEW FORUM RESTAURANT AND BANQUET HALL CATERING TO SHOWERS — BRIDGE CLUBS — BUSINESS MEETINGS, ETC. 1249 M«c«tfe St., (Maw S*. CflHwrto*) UN. 1-7067 • ^ u i golden i 5 For a delightful change, bo* • crnstv French Brrad - Vienna Bread, French Stick, or Parisian Bread. »+t*kt* jilt CONDITIONED

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