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Full text: DECEMBER 3, 1965 THE CANADIAN JEWISH REVIEW 9 TRAVEL AGENTS CRUISES, TOURS, SOUTHERN RESORTSI Kennedy Travel Bureau Ltd HENRY MOOS, Pres. 296 Qutcn Strett West — — — — EM. 2-3226 424 Bloor Street W*st — — — — 921-3721 TORONTO MEETINGS + BETH TZEDEC * SYNAGOGUE At the opening dinner meeting of the Men's Club, His Excellency Gershon Avner, the Ambassador of Israel to Canada, honoured Rabbi Stuart E. Rosenberg for strengthening cultural ties with Israel. The citation read: "As a token of esteem and appreciation for his efforts to strengthen the cultural ties linking Israel with Toronto Jewry and for his solid contribution to Jewish thought and literature." Seated at the head-table, were: Rabbi Melvin Libman, as-, sistant Rabbi; Cantor Joseph Cooper; Gabriel Lourie, Consul of Israel; Dr. Murray L. Simon, president; Jules Surdin, Men's Club president; Harry Zifkin, president of the Ontario Region, Zionist Organization; Dr. Mark Zimmerman, president of Toronto Zionist Organization; Lewis Field, past-president, Men's Club; Milton Graff, Hyman Coopejtf vice-presidents; Fred Fink, treasurer; Harris Lindsay, Leslie Lewis, Stanley Soil, secretaries; Nathan Hurwich, a past-president of the Men's Club, and president of the Jewish National Fund in Toronto. •»NEW MOUNT SINAI* HOSPITAL Executive is: Benjamin Sadowski, president; Gurston S. Allen Q.C., Arthur Cohen, John D. Fienberg, and J. Irving Oelbaum, vice-presidents j Bertrand Gerstein, treasurer; Mark A. Levy, honourary secretary; Henry S. Rosenberg, Q.C.; and others on the board are: Ephraim Diamond, William Eisen-berg, Benjamin Fish, Joel S. Greisman, Albert J. Tantner, Nathan Perlmutter, Kenneth Ro-tenberg, Samuel Sable, J. John Shulman, Max Tanenbaum, Morris S. Till, and William Wagman. These following members of the community were asked to serve on the board: VAlex Fisher, George Gruber, Jack C. Oelbaum, Controller Herbert Orliffe, Stanley P. Smith, and Ray D. Wolfe. Women's Auxiliary, Mrs. Jack D. Pearlsteiri, chairman: New annual members are: Mesdames Philip Berger, Kurt Bonheim, Etta Cohn, Saul Dawson, Tillie Dubin, Abraham Eisen, Dorothy K. Furness, Bernard Goldstein, Irwin L. Goodman, Nathan Green, Russell F. Greeter, Nathan Haber, Benjamin Kachuck, Irwin E. Kates, Carl K. Keyfetz, Betty Klavir, Herman Kneller, Leonard Little, Marilyn Mandel, G. Markus, David Rosenberg, Bertram Rotman, Sarah Rubin, Harry W. Schacter, H.-Sniderman, Ben M. Sobel, Joel David Ulster, and Bernard Veisor; and life members: Mesdames P. Abrams, B. Goldstein, J. F. Hernick, M. Hershoran, Irving Ingber, M. H. Korolnek, David Lavine, M. F. Sodomsky. Seymour Sukerman, B. Goldstein, Samuel Easser, and Harold Mas-sey. Mrs. Saul S. Berlin is membership chairman. Ezras Noshem members who received honorary life membership are: Mesdames David Appleby, Samuel Berlin, Bessie Beranbaum, Yetta Bohnen, Yetta Fink, Chanah Gotlieb, Bernard Koffler, Minnie Shapiro, Pauline Streiss, and Frank Winter. Women's Auxiliary: Over eight hundred guests attended the twelfth Annual Ball, where the stage was transformed into a Roman coliseum. Tall golden standards held roses, shading from pink to red; and carnations, were on each table. Head-table guests were: Mrs. Noah Tor no, founder president of the Auxiliary, and Mr. Torno; Mrs. Abe Irvine, president, of the Auxiliary, and Mr. Levine; Mrs. Henry Sussman, and Mrs. Harvey Foster, co-chairmen of the Auxiliary ball: Mr. Sussman, and Mr. Foster; Sidney Liswood, administrator of the New Mount Sinai Hospital and Mrs. Liswood; M. Calizzo, representative of. Alitalia Airlines, and Mrs. Calizzo; His Worship, Mayor Phillip Givens, and Mrs. Givens. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wolfe, won the door prize, a round trip to Rome via Alitalia Airlines. ir JEWISH HOME FOR* THE AGED Women's Auxiliary Chanukah tea meeting is on December 15, at 1.15, at Beth Tzedec Synagogue, for the tenth anniversary of the Auxiliary. A birthday cake will have candles jit by residents of the Home, as well as life board members, and past presidents: Mesdames Nettie Albert, Abraham Fein-Stein. Annie Sloteroff, Frank Winter, Morris S. Till, Arthur L. Soles, and Samuel L. Gans. Mrs. Milton Stern, is the program chairman, and Mrs. Harry Eisen, Jr., president, will preside. Dean's List, at Yeshiva University, in New York. * SHOMRAI * SHABBOS Synagogue, Rabbi G. Felder: Mr. and Mrs. H. Bochner were hosts at the Melava Malkah to honour the memory of Rabbi Joseph Wein-reb, the first Orthodox Rabbi of Toronto, by observing the Yahrt-zeit, or anniversary of his death. Members of the Synagogue and disciples of the late Rabbi participated in a Sium (conclusion) of the Tractate Rosh-Hashonah, concluded by Rabbi Felder, who spoke on the life of the Rabbi and delivered the traditional "Hadran" the Rabbinic talk at the end of a Tal-mudic Tractate. Rabbi Jacob Ka-minetsky, formerly of Toronto, now the Dean of" Mesifta Torah Vodaath, and a long-time friend of Rabbi Weinreb, addressed the gathering. Rabbi Nachum Rabino-witz, of Clanton Park Synagogue, was one of the main speakers. Meyer Bochner, Gabai, led the gathering in the Birchat Hamo-zon, the grace after meals. * BETH TORAH * SYNAGOGUE Rabbi Michael Celniker: Sisterhood dance convener was Mrs. Jack Hauer. Mrs. Stanley Gibbs, past president of the Beth Am Sisterhood gave a book review. Mrs. Mark Goldenberg is president. ic TEMPLE SINAI * Rabbi Jordan Pearlson: The Canadian premiere of "Only In America", adapted from the works of Harry Golden, the journalist, will be presented at the Temple, On Saturday and Sunday evenings, December 11, 12, 18 and 19, by Temple Sinai "Stage 210". The cast is from Bnai Brith districts in Toronto, and Temple Sinai. It has in it: Don Mills and Willowdale: A. Silver, 22.Balding Court; Peter Vanek, 8 Meadcourt Road; David Gold, 44 Foursome Crescent; Miss Annette Roberts, 165 Lord Seaton Road; Henry Baskin, 12 Mango Drive; Jerry Shear, 11 Montressor Drive; Mrs. Elliot Siegel, 97 Old Colony Road; from North York and Downsview; Robert Kisen, 5 Gambello Crescent; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Harrsar, 33 Brighton Avenue; Irving Siegel, 25 Luverne Avenue; Louis Stone, 82 Waterloo Avenue; Gilbert Goldstein, 12 Renoak Drive; and Mrs. Louis Stone, 82 Waterloo Avenue. Gilbert Gildstein, 12 Renoak Drive; and Mrs. Louis Stone, 82 Waterloo Avenue. Metropolitan Toronto. Mrs. Albert Uhiara, 127 Spadina Road; Miss Sylvia Marks, 189 Chaplin Crescent; Ben Marks, 189 Chaplin Crescent; Fred Sharpe, 71 Dorney Court; Donald Jacobs, 395 Cortle'igh [Boulevard; Darcy Iz-zarti, 22 Varna Drive; Daryl Iz-zard, 22 Varna Drive; Miss Jane Giady, 281 Wychwood Avenue; Mrs. A. Linden, 187 Dewbourne Avenue;.Jack Belfer, 9 Kirkland Road; and Bud Humphrey. For information call ME. 3-1752; ME. 3-7989. * BNAI BRITH * WOMEN Northview Chapter annual tea is on December 5, from 2, to 6.00 p.m. Mrs. Mary Caplan is president. * BNAI BRITH * YOUNG ADULTS Of the Southern Ontario Region: will once again sponsor the coronation ball, on February 5; all proceeds to the Internation Service Fund, which sponsors such charities as UNICEF, CARE, the Leo N. Levi Hospital in Arkansas; and others. The executive is: Sheldon Rayman, president; Melvin Osolky, first vice-president; David Kir-shin, second vice-president; Miss Rosemary Kantor, recording secretary; Miss Ann Tremsky, corresponding secretary; Charles Ro-senfeld, treasurer; and Alan Dressier, councillor. Miss Sharon Bader is in change of publicity. + BETH EMETH * BAIS YEHUDA Synagogue, Rabbi Joseph H. Kel-man: Brotherhood will hear Dr. Bernard Mandelbaum, of New York, Provost of the Jewish Theological Seminary, on December 8, at 9.00 p.m., on '"Ritual And Ethics." They will also present a Chanukah concert,, on December 2o, at 8.15 p.m.. with Cantor Zvee Aroni, and guest, Cantor David Silverman, of Minneapolis, Minn. ?Edward Miller, son of Mr and Mr*. Jack Miller, 314 Rushton Road; and Gary Eisen, son of Mr. and Mrs. HarTy Eisen, 34 Marathon Crescent, were named to the * NER ISRAEL * YESHIVA Women's Auxiliary installation ceremony meeting saw Mrs. J. Glucowsky install: Mesdames^ E. H. Cooperman, president; L. Kor- zen, J. Blitz, D. Drcbin; vice-presidents; R. Silver, secretary; M. Grubner, treasurer; and S. Goldstein, past-president. Mrs. E. H. Cooperman, president, welcomed the guests, Mrs. L. Rubin, and Mrs. S. Forgang. All mothers of the new students are welcome. * BETH AM * SYNAGOGUE Rabbi Harold Lerner: Sisterhood is planning a "Patron and Patroness of the Arts Night." A spectacular musical will be presented featuring the Beth Am Players, directed by Mrs. David Lewis. There will be two performances, Saturday, December 4, and Sunday, December 5, at 8.30 p.m. Co-convoners are: Mrs. Bernard Sieger, and Mrs. Mac Klein. For information and tickets call Mrs. Jack Spring, ME. 3-67G7. >. * UNITED JEWISH * APPEAL Women's Division, Crown Gifts Division, presents a champagne luncheon, on December 16, at the home of Mrs. Morris P. Levy, 24 Braeside Crescent. This is the traditional opening occasion in the campaign. Mrs. Benjamin Okun, Crpwn Gifts chairman, announced that the guest speaker will be Mrs. I. D. Firik, of Minneapolis, Minn., honorary national chairman of the United Jewish Appeal. Mrs. Fink was an official of the French underground, and has spoken, to audiences throughout the free world. Mrs. Wilferd Gordon is chairman of the Women's Division. Members of the Crown Gifts committee are: Mesdames Archie B. Bennett, 5 Burton Road; Carl C. Cole, 34 Ava Road; Alfred C. Cowan, 50 Lowther Avenue; Har: ry Davidson, 2 Ava Crescent; John R. Devor, 409 Glenayr Road; Harry Eisen Jr., 40 Ridelle Avenue; John D. Fienberg, 406 Vesta Drive; Harry L. Fogler, 130 Old Forest Hill Road: Bert Godfrey, 3. Rosemary Lane; Frank Godfrey, 2500 Bathurst Street; Samuel Godfrey, 62 Russell Hill Road; Wilferd Gordon, 200 Dunvegan Road; W. B. Herman, 34 High Point; Abe Levine, 500 Avenue Road; Mark A. Levy, 1 Dewbourne Avenue; David Meltzer, 8 Highland Avenue; Jack D. Pearlstein, 650 Briar Hill Avenue; Israel Rothbart, 780 Eglinton Avenue West; Ellis Shapiro, 3 Forest Wood Drive; Max Tenenbaum, 424 Rosemary Road; Morris S. Till, 780 Eglinton Avenue West; Harry Verner, 29 North Sherbourne Avenue; and Ray D. Wolfe, 89 Bayview Ridge. * SHAAREI * SHOMAYIM Synagogue, Rabbi Walter S. Wurz-burger: Sjsterhood donor dinner and fashion show will take place on December 7, in the evening at the Synagogue. Donor chairman is Mrs. Paul Spring; co-chairmen, Mesdames Donald Clapham, Marvin Donin, Ralph Etigson, Norman Fine, Nathan Reiber, H. Skopitz, William Solsberg, Sol Swartz, and Nat. Train. Fashion co-ordinator is Mrs. Phil. Moscoe. Models are: Mesdames Albert Green, Nathan Reiber, Martin Sable, Paul Shapiro, H. Storfer, Samuel Verman; and Misses Bren-da Parnes, Corinne Sloven and Sheila Title. Fashion commentator is Mrs. Ted Waldman. The fashion show, titled "Hello, Dollies", for which the lyrics were written by Mrs. Manny Spring, will include the Dramatic Group. Participants are Mesdames Moe Ackerman, Marvin Donin, David Goldmintz, Aaron Kates, Michael Kugler, Sol Swartz, Jack Talesnick, and Nathan Waldman. ic HEBREW MEN OF * ENGLAND Synagogue: President, Harry R. Moscoe, Q.C. New members are: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Farber, and Bernard, and Esther, 44 Hearthstone Crescent; Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Mills, 4415 Bathurst Street West; Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Heb-scher, and Gordon, Dianne, and Brian, 53 Sawley Drive; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Moscoe. and Aaron Elliot, 199 Overbrook Place; Mr. and Mrs. A. Flom, and Elliot, Dora, and Rickey, 102 Elise Terrace; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Rubin, and Howard Daniel, Francine Leslie, Marilyn Dale, and Lawrence Sheldon, 8 Silkwood Crescent; Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Louis Feldman, and Lorne Marshall, Jill Ann, and Bradley Joel, 23 Kingslake Road; and Dr. and Mrs. Alex Rotman, and children, Jame3, and Mark, 183 Seaton Drive. Brotherhood breakfast meeting had as speaker A. Alan Borovoy, director of the Ontario Human Rights Commission, who spoke on "Hate Literature", and the fight against the new Nazi movement. The annual dinner dance will be held on Sunday, December 5, at the Synagogue Auditorium. Samuel Sperling, and Samuel Crystal, are the vice-presidents; Albert Tobe, treasurer; Harvey Snowbell, "parness"; and Joseph Gollish, and David Cohen, "gabboim." Brotherhood executive is: Sydney Himel, William Zosky, chairmen; George S2igetti, treasurer; Nathan Salter, secretary; executive trustees: Harry Bobkin, Samuel Fruitman, Moe Mandell, Leo S2igeti. New members are: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stein, and Lome Elliott, Sharyn Francine, Michael Brian, 14 Renoak Drive; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Singer, and Rebecca, 569 Sheppard Avenue, West; Mr. and Mrs. Chaskel Davidson, and Ayalah (Jav), and Joel, 12 Appian Drive; Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Burke, and Gary, 2700 Bathurst Street; Mr. and Mrs. William E. Glied, and Sharon Anne, and Tamara Lynn, 18 Church Street, Maple, Ont. Rabbi Naphtali Rubinger, of Albany, N.Y., officiated at the bar-mitzvah of Daniel Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Lewis, 62 Maxwell Street. On December 3-4, Rabbi Milton H. Polin, of Louisville, Kentucky, guest Rabbi, will officiate at the bar-ruitzvah of Jonathan, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Craven, 216 Connaught Avenue. *Lisa Hattin, aged fourteen and one-half years, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hattin, 222 Strathallan Wood, won a musical scholarship, in piano, from the Toronto Royal Conservatory of Music; and also a bronze medal in music, from the Canadian National Exhibition. She was also an entrant in the International Bible Contest, in New York; and was sponsored by the Associated Hebrew Schools. She attends Bathurst Heights Collegiate, where she is a grade ten student. BERLIN DRAMA (Continued from Page One) of them symbolic survivors of the camp. In the real trial, which ended August 19, seventeen defendants were sentenced to terms ranging from 39 months to life. Three were acquitted. Two other witnesses in the drama represent anonymous German accomplices — industrialists, railway officials, a judge. "You had a high position in the German railway system and you have a high position now," the prosecutor addressed one witness. "You must have'hoticed these mass shipments of human beings locked up in freight trains." But the witness testified he knew nothing. The oratorio became the object of a literary controversy even before its premiere. Critics and columnists of West German newspapers questioned whether the theater should/present what one of them called "ersatz repentance." But Erwin Piscator, the head of the Volksbuhne, violently rejected the argument, calling the stage an "authentic place of moral demonstrations, of confession, of crime and atonement." Mr. Piscator, veteran fighter for the theater commitment, took the lead in accepting the play for the 75th anniversary of the Volksbuhne. Newspaper reviews after the premiere gave qualified praise to WHEN IN PARIS YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO VISIT FRfDDY PARIS World-renowned TAX-FREE Gift Shopping Center «ll brand* of ffa**t Fr*nck PERFUMES GLOVES-BAGS-TIES UMBttELLAS — SCARVES — LACOSTE SHIRTS AND HUNDREDS OF UNUSUAL PARISIAN GIFTS AT - SPECIAL EXPORT DISCOUNT - 10 RUE AUBER - PARIS (N«xt to Am*ricon Exprots ond Optra) — Phono: RIC. 78-08, 63-41 MST RELIABLE Open Dally 9 cr.m. fo 7 p.m. Mall Order Department without Interruption ASK FOR FREE CATALOG OUR PROMISE: NOWHERE ELSE IN PARIS CAN YOU GET THE BEST FOR LESS. the play and supported Mr. Pi-scator's moral stand, says the New York Times. "In contrast to all predictions the play has proved its effectiveness on the stage," the West German newspaper, Die Welt, said. PROTESTANT HEAD SAYS (Continued front Page One) as great a sin as any it would presume to absolve," he said. Dr. Blake, who is co-author with James A. Pike, Episcopal Bishop of California, of a proposal for the merger of several maior Protestant denominations, said that the "sorry history of religious prejudice" is perhaps the chief reason that many modern men reject God and any religious understanding o$ life." ' Both Christians and Jews, he^ said, have used their faith in God as an excuse for religious prejudice and persecution. "While it is true that in quantity the persecution of jews by Christians is overwhelming," he said "it needs to be remembered that in quality this persecution is not different from that visited upon the first Christians by Jewish religioys leaders." Dr. Blake spoke of the need for Jews and Christians to work together in the struggle against secularism. "It is my conviction," he said, "that Judaism and Christianity have a common mission to the modern world to reveal by their words and actions their common conviction that God is and that men may come to know Him and obey Him." Such a mission cannot be undertaken, however, "unless we are wil? ling to understand better than we have the central difference in our faith." The dilution of either Judaism or Christianity into "a kind of syncretistic tolerance," he said, reports the New York Times, would result in "the collapse of faith in God and the end of high religion in favor of secularism,." What is the A. B. C. or Audit Bureau of Circulations, and what is its importance? A. The A. B. C. is a voluntary association of major publishers, advertisers, national and local; and advertising agencies, working together to police circulation claims, and to translate them into facts. Q. Why are circulation facts *o imporUnt? A. Circulation figures are the only honest basis on which print advertising is sold and purchased. Publishers base their prices for advertising on the amount of their circulation, and its quality. An advertiser buys circulation. A. B. C. circulation facts tell him the exact amount at any time. Q. How docs an advertiser know that this is really so? A. A. B. C. publishers keep exact records of all cir-culation receipts for subscriptions and single copy sales. These can tell him, too, whether the circulation is sold without a premium, or with one, to induce payment; or whether the circulation is composed' of membership in an organization; or whether it is sold on its -merit alone. Wat the subscription sold on a special rale? Was it paid by mail directly to the publisher, or to an agent? These are just some of the categories of subscription' payments which are recorded. Q. Why are some of these answers so important? A. Sometimes these answers can tell an. advertiser whether the subscriber needs to be coaxed into continuing, or starting. Are subscribers voluntarily buying the publication? Do they need a cut-rate or an added attraction to keep on? Q A. How are the figure* checked? The publisher checks his figures, and reports them twice a year to the head office of the A. B. C. These are audited once a year by travelling A. B. C. auditors, who check the names, the receipts, the printing invoices, the bank deposits, the paper used, the ink used, the postage receipts — all of these show the number of copies printed or mailed; and paid for. If an A. B. C. field auditor goes to work for a publication whose books he has audited •ithin a year or so, there is an automatic re-audit by another auditor. An auditor does not audit the figures of any publication for more than two consecutive years. Q. Does the A. B. C allow past-due subscriptions? A. The A. B. C. rules state that all subscriptions up for renewal must be paid within three months of the expiry date. The publisher must keep track of each one. These are considered paid, but not completely so, until paid in full, for the term to come. Q. Are new suoscrtptiona considered as paid? A* Not until payment is received for the term in advance. Q. What does this cost the publisher? A. The publisher considers the membership as his investment to protect the investment of each advertiser. The publisher pays quarterly dues; the cost of the auditing done in his office, by the hour; and the cost of checking done further, at the A. B. C. head office. If further checking is needed, the publisher pays that cost, too. An auditor spends several days in the Canadian Jewish Review office each year. Q. Are these the only costs? A. The greatest cost to the publisher is to see that the records are kept in order and up lo date. The Canadian Jewish Review addressograph plates are posted to shojv the date and method and amount of payment; and the dale of the subscription, and the length of its term. A publication must carry on the address label all information that the auditor would need to guide him in checking. A publication which sells subscriptions on short-term, or with a premium, or in combination with other publications, for instance, will carry all that information and more, on the address label, coded in some way. Q. Whit do A. B. C. reports and statements say about the Canadian Jewish Review? A. They tell at a quick glance the provincial breakdown; the amount sold in a period; that the Canadian Jewish Review never sells a subscription on a premium; never with a cut raw, never joint, ly with another publication; never as part of membership in an organization. The Canadian Jewish Review is sold on its own merits, and always has bean. It has no affiliation with any organization* • A. B. C reports and statements supply facts to advertisers. These facts need to be known for advertising money to be spent wisely and honestly. • A. B. C. publications can never guarantee results. TTwy do guarantee readership. • The Canadian Je^iA Review is in its 22nd year of supplying facts to advertiser*, investing to protect investments. The Canadian Je«ash Review is still the only publication reaching the general Jewish community in Canada, which can provide audited, paid, A. B. C circulation facts and figures for the protection of each edri

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