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Title: 1961-11-03-03

Full Text: mmnmmimRAm chairman mi bonddriw The 1961 Toronto-Israel Bond Drive was officially launched at a gala "Inaugur al Dintier" on October 23rd at Beth Tzedec Synag'^gue, when the officers of the campaign were inducted into office. Shown above is Leon E. Weinstein, Chairman p the Toronto campaign.. L. to R. Mrs. Leon E. Weinstein, Mr. Gershon Avner, guest of honor, Mr. Meyer Gasner, Chaiinnan of the Dinner, Mr. Leon E. Weinstein, Mrs. Jan Peerce, anc Mrs. Morris Zweig, Chairman of the Women's Division, Toronto Israel Bond Organization. Mr. Jan Peerce, Met opfera star, nat shown, rendered a program of songs. tORATH EMETH JEWISH CENTRE ACTIVITIES Torath Emeth Jewish Centre, 1 Viewmount avenue, has an active schedule for the 1961-62 season. Some of the highlights are: On Sunday, November 19th, an opening breakfast lecture, at 10:00 a.m. will take place. Rabbi M. Ochs, spiritua;! leader of Torah Emeth Jewish Centre, will speak on: "Halacha and It's Application in Modern Life." Rabbi D. Hartman of Montreal will speak on Sunday, December 10th. His topic will be: "Living in a Pluralistic Society-Orthodoxy Faces the Challenge of Different Philosophies and Faiths." On Sunday, January 10th, at 10.00 a.m. there will be a lecture and movie depicting "Civil Defense — Blue Print for Survival." Mr. Sydney M. Harris, national chairman of the public relations committee of the Canadian Jewish Congress, will discuss "Law and Social Action" on Sunday, February 11th, 1962. On Sunday evening, March 4th, Rabbi Dr. J. Jakobovlts, former Chief Rabbi of Ire^ land and at present Rabbi of the Fifth Avenue Synagogue in New York City, will discuss, "Some Medical Problems in the Light of Halacha." The Conadion Jewish News, FrMoy, Nov. 3, 1961 - 3 Left fo right: Mrs. Leon Weinstein, Mr. Gershon Avner, Mr. Meyer Gosner, Leon Weinstein, Mrs. Jon Peerce, Mrs. Morris Zweig. synagogue news B'NAI ISRAEL — BETH DAVID BROTHERHOOD BUSY On October 22nd, B'nal Israel-Beth David Brotherhood, sponsors of the Tefil-lin Club for the Junior Congregation, held its Sunday morning breakfast-meeting at the Synagogue, 55 Yeo-mans Rd., Downsview,. There was an attendance of more than sixty persons. Rabbi Pappenheim and Mr. N. Markus, program director of the Northern Branch YM-YWHA. were the guest speakers. Mr. Markus' opic was, "The Role of Youth in Our Jewish Community." Administrators of the meeting were Mr. Max Sandler, Mr. Sydney Forcht and Mr. Max Gertzbein. On October 24th, the Brotherhood held its initial general meeting at the Synagogue. Chairman Mel Katz-man assisted his committee in the installation of 39 new members. Those installed were: M. Arlove, Abraham Bonder, Larry Bruman, I. H. Chapnick, Robert Colomby, Abraham Consky, Nathan Davis, Z. Etchln, Sol Friendly, L. L. Fenkell, Henry Gruneir, Louis Garflnkle, Joseph Gold, Morris Korman, Morris Klein, D. Krehm, Morris Levine, Dr. Oscar Le-win, Morris Litovitz, Maurice Landis, Nat Milner, S. Naiman Sr., Harry Novack, Jack Oberman, Albert Pals-ner, Henry Philipsbom, Arthur Rapp, Ben Rubinstein, Eddy Schmieser, I. Sherman,' Hy Shore, Jack Soloman. Raymond Soloman, John Stilbnan, Gordon Steinberg, Anthony Taylor, Moe Weinberg, Hugh Zimmerman, M. Zaldman. Entertainment was supplied by Mr. Doug. Romalne, TV, stage and radio performer, followed by cards and refreshments. On Sunday, November 12th, at 8:30 p.m., the Phil Stone (CHUM) All-Star Variety Review will be presented by the Sisterhood and Brotherhood of the Synagogue. Mr. Lou Freedman is convener. « * * BETH TZEDEC YOUTH DEPARTMENT Beth Tzedec USY and the Youth Congregation recently A Brilliant Interpretation Of Gracious Gitv NOW RENTING THE INCOMPARABLE OctupoMy: Early Summer '62 BECAUSE IT TAKES LONGER TO BUILD A BEAUTIFUL BUILDING ... Tastefully situated on lovely Mayfafr Avenue In the heart of Old Forest Hill district,close to transportation facilities, but away from the busy traffic transfers, the Montebello truly brings you the ultimate in apartment excellence''in Toronta For Rental Infolination WA. 5-4465 RU. 1-7442 IF IT'S THE FINEST BUILT, IT'S BY ]c A DILL AC CADILLAC CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATES held their first "Youth Weekend" fashioned after the Beth Tzedec Great Weekends. Last Friday evening was devoted to a Regional USY Oneg Shabbat hosted by Beth Am Synagogue and USY. Saturday, after Havdalah, a social evening was held. Conveners were Miss Maxa Elman and Mr. Jon Wintrob. Sunday morning, after Tefillin Club, at the Youth Breakfast, Mr. Aaron Nuss-baum, USY Regional Coordinator, addressed the gathering. * * * Last weekend, approximately 40 members of Beth Tzedec USY journeyed to Circle-M Ranch in Klein-berg. They indulged in horseback-riding all day. In the evening they returned to Beth Tzedec for meetings and other forms of interest. ' ♦ ♦ * . , ADATH ISRAEL . SISTERHOOD TEA Adath Israel Sisterhood will have its annual Tea on Sunday, November 5th, from 2:00-6:90 p.m., at the Adath Israel Synagogue, 37 South-bourne Avenue, Downsview. Mrs. Joseph Bass in convener. Advisors are: Mrs. Joseph Grossman, president of Sisterhood; Mrs. Jack M a d o n i k, vice-president; Mrs. Samuel Taft, vice-president; Mrs. Robert Kay, vice-president. Refreshment convener is Mrs. Sydney Kaell, assisted by Mrs. Henry Rosenberg. Visual technique: Mrs. Al. Collins arid Mrs. Alec Tobias. The following are also participating: Mrs. Harry Chad-wlck, secretary; Mrs. Harry Gordon, treasurer; Mrs. Harold Mayzell, invitations; Mrs. David Stone and Mrs. Ben Marks, tea lists; Mrs. Lewis Lanys and Mrs. Ronald Bryce, publicity. Patroness Hst is in the hands of Mrs. Clifford Tauer. In charge of baking is Mrs. David Stone; Mrs. Sydney Silverman and Mrs. Harry Bruner, ccK;hairmen; Mrs. David Silverman, food donations; Mrs. Jack Bedder, arrangements; Mrs. Meyer Gar-ber, telephone contact. The program, a Broadway extravaganza, is under the direction of Mrs. Ben Abbott and Mrs. Harry-Pollock. TEMPLE SINAI SISTERHOOD The approach of winter was heralded at a Tea. and Fashion Show sponsore'dUsy Temple Sinai Sisterhood, Sunday, October 22nd:, in the-Temple Sinai. Among the many unique details added to suits in earth tones, golds and tweeds \Viere capes and stoles. The Edwardian era has strongly influenced mens' and boys' clothing. Styles that recapture that era included pipestem trousers, belted jackets and capes in black and greys. Also shown were evening clothes in a veritable rainbow 6f colours. Highlight of afternoon was the appearance of Connie Gail Feller, the former Miss Cana@ to pick the door prize winners. Miss Feller wore a! white fox cape over her jewelled white net gown. ; Ruth Goldstein was commentator and fashion coordinator. Conveners were Mrs. Donald Jacobs and Mrs. Samuel Yolleck. TORONTO OBITUARIES BLEEMAN, Israel. On October 26th, late of the Jewish Home for the Aged. BERNSTEIN, Benjamin. On October 25th, late of 525 Manning Ave. CAIT, Goodman. On October 24th, late of North Bay, Ont. DONSKY, Harry. On October 29th, late of 345 Joicey Blvd. HABERMAN, Marcus. On October 23rd, late of 50 Sussex St. KATZ, Nathan. On October 28th, late of 271 Winnett Ave. MOLDAVER, Oscar. On October 27th, late of 40 Brae-mar Ave. POMOTOV, Eva. On Octo^ ber 27th, late of 484 Rushton Rd. ROSEl^THAL, Herman. On October 27th, late of 1600 Bathurst St. ROSENTHAL, Johanna. On October 27th, late of 1600 Bathurst St. SHERMAN, Max. On October 25th, late of 152 Huron St. SPITZBERG, Goldie. On October 28th, late of the Jewish Home for the Aged. Services arranged by College Memorial Chapel, 331 College St. or Park Memorial Chapel, 508 Spadina Ave. IN THE R\LL ALSO THE FARES ON THE WORLD'S FASTESf SHIP The s.s. UNITED STATES Sailing November 8, December 9, 28. i.s. AMERICA — December 1, Jariuary 25 — Feb. 15 Travel In luxury to Europe. See more-all at lower rates. THRin SEASON LOW RATES, ADDITIONAL 10% ROUND-TRIP REDUeTION. Nov. 1 to Feb. 28-EXCURSION RATES (Up to 3 weeks in Europe) 25% OFF. WINTER CRUISES. 8.8. UNITED STATES, Nassau, St. ThoraaB, Trinlcfed, Curasao, Cristobal-Jan. 30, Feb. 16. s.s. AMERICA, Bermuda, Nov. 32. San Juan, St. Thomas, March 8. St. Thomas, San Juan, Bermuda, March 17. SEE YOUR TRAVEL AGENT, OR CALL mmm ^mm m 48 Yonge Street, Toronto Tel. EMpire 6-2801 RABBINICAL LEADERS FEATURED IN BOOK MONTH SYMPOSIUM Senior rabbinical exponents in Toronto of all three major branches of Judaism will share one platform here Monday night, November 20, at a public symposium marking this year's Jewish Book Month. Participating in a "Symposium on Literary Anniversaries", co-sponsored by Canadian Jewish Congress Central Region and the Jewish Public Library, will be Rabbi Dr. W. Gunther Plaut of Holy Blossom Ternple, Rabbi Dr. Stuart E. Rosenberg of Beth Tzedec Synagogue, and Rabbi Dr. Walter W. Wurzburger of Shaarei Sho-mayim Synagogue. A capacity audience is expected for the event, to be held in the Associated Hebrew Schools auditorium at 3630 Bathurst Street at 8 p.m. Each of the distinguished rabbinical leaders has chosen the anniversary qf a noted Jewish literary personality for his presentation at the symposium: Rabbi Plaut will speak on Abraham Geiger, famed Ger- man Jewish rabbi and scholar who wrote extensively in the field of Bible study and Jewish history and theology and is considered a pioneer of the Reform movement, marking the 150th anniversary of his birth. Rabbi Rosenberg will speak on Mordecai M. Kaplan, marking the 80th birthday of the renowned scholar-philosopher and writer whose Reconstructionist movement has had great impact on Jewish thought in this century. Rabbi Wurzburger will speak on Shneor Zalman Ben Baruch of Ladi, founder of the Habad Movement in Hasidism, marking the 150th anniversary of his death. Also featured in the Book Month observance this year will be an exhibit of recently-acquired books in English, Hebrew and Yiddish at the Jewish Public Library, 458 Markham Street. This year the celebration of the Book Month opens on November 3 and contuiues to December 3. W OF 1 COMMiTy OF mm NORTH BAY, Ont. (CJN) — Mr. and Mrs. Nate Rivelis held a meeting in their home at North Bay recently when leaders of the community met Mrs. Minna Levitas, Director of Community Services for Canadian Jewish Congress, Central Region. Community activities were discussed and a special Cultural Programming Committee was set up and Mr. Bill Freedman and Mrs. Geely Brown were appointed Co- Chairmen. At the present 'time the community is conducting its 1961 U.J;A. campaign, the chairman of which is Mr. Ben Herman, President of Sons of Jacob Congregation. Mr. and Mrs. Herman have now taken up permanent residence in North Bay. Mr. Rivelis is,a past president of the North Bay Lions Club. Participating in discussions was Mr. Herbie Brown, chairman of the North Bay United Appeal, and Mr. Manny Gurevitch, president of B'nai B'rith. Mrs. Levitas also met with a group of members of .the Sons of Jacob Sistefltood at the home of Mrs. H. Brown. Among those present were Mesdames: Heleil Adams, Eunice Freedman, Adele, Freeman, Herta Getz-. ler, Jean Gurevitch, Sunny Herman, Shirley Hochmari, Sally Jus'tein, Marcia Pryce. (Standing) Left to right: Nate Rivelis, M^s^M. wvitos, Director, Community Services, Canadian Jevyish Congress, Central Region; Mrs. Bob Kizell; Ben Herman; Mrs, Herman; Bill Freedman; Sam Heizler;'"-Maurice Justein. — (Seated) Mr$.^Esther Kizell, Mrsj^ Eunice Freedman, Mrs, Nate Rivelis.

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