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Full text: JANUARY tt, 1965 THE CANAD1AM JEWISH REVIEW 's Camps !• tfcr !»••*•* rWU«r««te* " " Stot AfCnNhdee MeMt* -Q JUOISTftATfON FOR THI J96J CAMf SIASON NOW Of IN PINE VALLEY CAMP Agatht dt* Monti, P.Q* Offtoi 6145 Itocgrto Blvd. 4; T«l.t 489-3702 Co-educatlonor— - Age: 5-16 Swimming* canoeing, booting, water tiding, jttseball, .basketball, badminton, soccer, volleyball, tennis, horseback riding, Oplf. Trampolines, Dramatics, arts and crofts, singing, donclng, 6,000 sq. ft. Indoor gym. — Jewish cultural program. — •' New outdoor roller skating rink, Shuffle board. — • Individual piano Instruction. Manure Experienced Staff — Saperytstdl G«I*T. Program For fftforsMrtfoii — ' Hecwe calf OFFICE BIN SHAIKOVItZ AftCHII SHAIKOVITZ 489-8722 HU. 8-8110 414.2891 Mrs. Max Karpman, 974 Wilder Avenue, gave a luncheon at Des-jardins Restaurant, in honour of Miss Roslyn Dora Solomon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Solomon, 4891 Barclay Avenue, prior to her marriage to her son, Ben Karpman. There were eighty guests. Mrs. Karpman, wearing a green, and gold-coloured, knitted suit, had a corsage of white roses. Mrs. Solomon wore a beige, lace dress; and her corsage was of pink roses. Miss Solomon, wearing an off-white, brocade dress, had a corsage of pink carnations. The table was centered with pink roses, and white carnations, and pom-poms. Mrs. Ben Lands, 5Q16 Westluke Street; and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Irving Lands, 8111 Lindon Road, were nostessee at Ruby Foa's, at a tea, for Miss Eva Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Fisher, 5695 Chamber land Crescent, and the fiancee of their nephew, Mel-vin Bloom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bloom, 6790 Westminster Avenue. Mrs. Ben Lands wore a blue, knitted dress. Mrs. Irving Lands was in a black,' silk, knitted suit. Mrs. Fisher wore a black, knitted dress. Mrs. Bloom wore a red, knitted suit. Miss Fisher, the bride-elect, was in an off-white, wool suit. White, and pink carnations, and pom-poms, beautified the table. The marriage will take place on January 31. at Chevra Kfl4<»hit Bnai Jacob Synagogue. Mr. and Mrs. Irving: Patoff, 4360 La Peltrie Street, entertained at supper forty guests, at two evenings, to celebrate the sixteenth birthday of their daughter, Rhoda; granddaughter of Mrs. Becky Cohos, 1621 Van Home Avenue; and of Mrs. Sarah Patoff, 6670 Papineau Avenue, and the late Bernard Patoff. Mrs. Patoff wore a blue, silk, sheath dress; with a corsage of pink roses. Mrs. Cohos wore a navy-blue, printed, taffeta dress. Mrs. Sarah Patoff was in a champagne-coloured crepe dress. Rhoda wore a blue chiffon dress; with a bouquet of pink roses. A centre-piece of white, and pink roses, carnations, and pom-poms, and a white and pink birthday cake trimmed the table. Mrs. David Kerner, aunt, assisted in serving. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lee, 3891 Linton Avenue, celebrated the bar-mitzvah of their son, Allan 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 Modcay Str*«t UN. 6-9741 VMr 9t At O*r New MONTREAL USTAUtAHT •ass iooCQwroUi tnuT Howard, who was called to the Reading of the Law, at Beth Aaron Synagogue. He is the brother of Michael, aged eleven years; and Debbie, five] grandson of Mr, and Mrs. Jack Blum, 4657 Esplanade Avenue; and of Mrs. Anne Lee, 2870 Van Home Avenue, and the late Isaac Lee. Kiddush was observed. Afterwards Mr. and Mrs. Lee were hosts to one hundred guests at a luncheon in the Synagogue hall. Mrs. Lee wore a peacock-blue, silk, knitted dress; and a blue, felt hat. Debbie wore a blue, brocade dress. Mrs. Blum wore a bli#, velvet suit; and a matching hat. Mrs. Anne Lee wore a red, and black, knitted suit; with a red hat A blue, and white cake, combined with a centrepiece of white, and blue roses, and carnations, adorned the table. Here for the celebration were: Dr. Saul Charles Blum, of Elizabeth, N. J., uncle; and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stern, of Toronto, Ont, cousins. Mrs. Irwin Favor, 5620 McMur-ray Street; and Mrs. Ben Lerner, 8104 Cote St. Luc Road, were luncheon hostesses to one hundred and ten guests, in honour of the former's daughter, Miss Eileen Favor, the fiancee of the latter'a son, Lewis Irwin Lerner. Mrs. Favor wore a blue, wool suit; with a corsage of mauve orchids. Mrs. Lerner was in a pink, wool suit; with a corsage of pink orchids. Miss Favor, the bride-elect, was in a whit*,, wool ittit, with «re«n trimming; ana her corsage was a green-tinted orchid. Adornment consisted of gold-coloured carnations, and yellow pom-poms on a yellow tablecloth for each table. The marriage will take place on March 27, at Shaare Zedek Synagogue. Mrs. J. Lerner, grandmother of the groom-to-be; and Mrs^ J. Shadlyn, aunt of the groom-to-be; both of Toronto, Ont, were here for the party. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Coleman, 3880 Plamondon Street, celebrated the engagement of their daughter, Miss Evelyn Coleman, to Henry Ginsberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Issie Ginsberg, 8235 Querbes Avenue, with thirty-five guests present Mrs. Coleman wore a gold-coloured, silk, knitted dress. Mrs. Ginsberg wore a red, knitted ensemble. Miss Coleman was in a green, knitted, sheath dress; and had a corsage of yellow Tea roses. A centrepiece of pink, white, and yellow carnations, and pom-poms adorned the table. The marriage will take place on September 12, at Zicbron Kedoshim Synagogue. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Steinberg, SAVOUR THI KAVOUB OF ROAST PRIME OF BEEF OR JF YOU PttttK... MiM MUtnKt UVt UHTU ONUS! MTtl MU 10* mm* tot MU Wltttt CHH Also ainy fine section* from our complete Dbtntr Menu Stage <£oath3tm RESTAURANT Okferfe M JMft Trtoh fteeMvstton* 7H-7771 SUKM lAHQUIT FAOUT1CS SUmirtS LH>. Van Home buffet cupper at celeurate the e to eodore , Mr. and Mm. 4^17 Jean Brillant Avenue. There were seventy guests. Mrs. Steinberg was in a gold-coloured, and, green, metallic, knitted dress, Mrs. Roseman wore a turquoise-blue, wool suit Miss Steinberg, in a black ribbon, taffeta drew, had a corsage of pink carnations. The table was trimmed with pink, and white carnations and roees. The marriage will take place on June 27, at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur fitanfteld, 4890 Prince of -Wales Avenue, celebrated the bar-mitzvah of their son, Richard, who was called to the Beading of the Law, at Temple Beth Sholom. He is the brother of Robert, aged sixteen years; grandson of Nathan Ohaikln, 6666 Fielding Avenue, and the late Mrs. Anne Cnaikin ; and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Moses Stanfield. Afterwards Mr. and Mrs. Stanfield were hosts to alxty guests at a luncheon at Ruby Foo's. Mrs. Stanfield was in a blue, and white knitted suit; and had a white hat. Seated at tie head table with the bar-mitzvah boy were: Ronald, and Ira Chai-kin, cousins; Eric Maas, Michael •Siroky, Steven Pekofsky, Duncan Grey, Blair Capes, and Steven Rudolph. The bar-mitzvah boy spoke. Blue, and white chrysanthemums. and pom-poms, and a white ana blue cake beautified the table. That evening and the next afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Stanfield were at home to relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Friedlander, of Union, N. J., uncle, and aunt, were here for the celebration. er of Mary Louise, aged fifteen years: grandeon of the late Mr. and Mrs. Myer Kelsey: and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lavy; all of London, England. Kiddush will be observed. - fflRRRIflGES DRAZIN-FRIED [*•**> •*^*vfi!r*ftf BRR-miTZUflHS Michael Louis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Norman Schacter, 6080 Glencairn Avenue, was called to the Reading of the Law, in honour of his bar-mitzvah, at Shaar Hashomayim Synagogue. He is the brother of Jonathan, aged seven years; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Matts, 4636 Clanranald Avenue; and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Morris Schachter, of Montreal. Kiddush was observed. Spencer Anthony, son of Mr. and Mrs. Avrom Waldman, 34 Gordon Road, Toronto, Ont, wae called to the Reading of the Law, in honour of his bar-mitxvah, at, Beth Tzedec Synagogue. He is the brother of Nathan, aged ten years; and Andrea, six; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Blackstone, of Toronto;and of If r. and Mrs. Morriju Scnnelderman, 711 Algonquin Ave> nue, Montreal. Kiddush was observed. Mitchell Lewis, son of Dr. and Mrs. Aubie Earl Wolfe, 497 Mountain Avenue, will be called to the Reading of the Law in honour of his bar-mitzvah, on January 23, at Shaar Hashomayim Synagogue. Kiddush will be observed. The marriage of Miss Ruth Fried, of Montreal, daughter of Samuel Fried, of Rouyn, Quebec, , and the late Mrs. Gittle Fried, to Abraham Drazin, son of Mrs. Gertrude Drazin, 6042 Wilderton Avenue, and the late Samuel Drazin. was solemnized at Young Israel Synagogue, on Tuesday, June 28. at six o'clock, by Rabbi Mendeli Lewittes, assisted by Cantor Z. Halperin. The bride was given in marriage by her father, and her sister, Mrs. Avrum Deuitch. Her fitted gown of white peau de soie was made with a round neckline: three-quarter-length sleefes; and beaded, A-line skirt finishing as long train. Her three-tiered veil of tulle illusion was held by a beaded crown; and she carried a prayer book with white orchids. Mrs. Meyer Fried, sister-in-law, of the bride, was matron of honour. She was in a pale blue, brocade B>wn, cut with an A-line skirt er crown was of rhinestones and she carried a bouquet of white, and blue carnations. Shirley Deuitch, aged eight years, and Roberta Fried, four, nieces of the bride: and Sharmaine Drazin, eight, ana her sister, Renee, five, nieces of the groom, were attendants, each wearing a white, and blue embroidered dress; and white hair-bows, and carried bouquets of white, and blue carnations. Louis Drazin was his brother's best man. The ushers were: Meyer Fried, Dr. Isaac Fried, Max Fried, brothers of the bride; Avrum Deuitch, brother-in-law of the bride; David Lewittes, cousin of the groom; Moe Graif, Harry Schneider, and Myer Leibovitch. Standards of blue, and white carnations, and gladioli decorated the Synagogue. There was orchestra music. Three hundred and fifty guests were received in the Synagogue hall. Mrs. Deuitch, sister of Jthe bride, wearing a blue, crepe gown, had a matching hat Mrs. Drazin, mother of the groom, wore a pale blue, ribbon and lace gown, with beaded bodice; and sheath skirt; also a hat that matched it Their flowers were corsages of mauve orchids. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Drazin spent their wedding trip in Europe, having gone via-Air France. The bride went 'away in a- white, silk ensemble; with a corsage of White orchids. They have taken up residence at 3270 Eilendale Street NTS VERARDO * FURNSTUM Fine |urniture and Cabinet-Work Hand-Made and Designed By A Decorative ' Artist To Your Order Refinlshing and Re-Designing Of All Kind? Of New And Old Upholstery Ask To See Our Greqt Variety Of Exclusive And Luxurious I reported Fabrics 'V 7469 - 7475, 18th Avenue, Ville St. Michel Tel: 727-4436 hat. Mrs. Biegler. mother of the groom, was in a blue, beaded, peau de soie gown, made with elbow-length sleeves: and A-line skirt. Her hat matched, it. Each had a corsage of white orchids. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Riegler spent their wedding trip in St Thomas, the Virgin Islands: and San Juan. Puerto Rico; the bride departing in a white, linen suit; with a corsage of white orchids. They have taken up residence in New York. Here for the marriage were: parents of the groom; Mr, and Mrs. Myer Seidmah, brother, and sister-in-law of the bride, and their daughters, Randy, and Lori, and son, Gary; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Riegler, brother, and sister-in-law of the groom, and Barbara, and Ellen; and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cohen; all of New York; Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Bernstein, of Chicago, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schneider, of Boston, Mass.; Arthur Bernstein, of Seattle, Washington: all uncle, and aunts of the bride; and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Chasen, of New York. the bride departing in a navy-blue suit, trimmed with white. They have taken up residence in Ottawa, Ont. Here for the marriage were: Mrs. Max Charnass, of De- -troit, Michigan; Mrs. R. Tunis, of New York; great-aunts of the groom; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wink-ler, Mrs. D. Thompson, Mrs. Joseph Krainin, Mrs. Clara Winkler; all of New York; Mr. and Mrs. A. Bigman, of Quebec City, Quebec; all cousins of the groom; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kalnitsky, of Norwich, Conn.; great-uncle, and great-aunt of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. Irving Resnikoff, of Utica, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Brown, and Nori Lee, of Toronto, Ont.; cousins of the bride; and Mrs. L. Kives, aunt of the bride, and son, Philip Kives, of Winnipeg, Manitoba. BIRTHS KIVENKO-WEINER Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Gurman (nee Marcia Schwartz). 6630 Cote St Luc Road, on December 20, at the Royal Victoria RIEGLER-SEIDMAN Peter Solomon, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Frankel, 5960 Mc-Shane Street will be called to the Reading of the Law, in honour of his bar-mitzvah, on January 23, at Shevet Achim Synagogue. He is the brother of Yvonne, aged fifteen years; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Schreiber, of New York; and of the late Mr. and Mrs. S. Frankel, of Vienna, Austria. Kiddush will be observed. David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Saskin, 846 Abbott Street, will be called to the Reading of the Law, in honour of his bar-mitzvah, on January 23, at Beth Hillel Synagogue. He is the brother of Alan, aged eleven years; Paul, eight, and Theodore, five; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Saskin, 6426 Macdonald Avenue; and of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Silverman, of Los Angeles^ Calif., and the late Mrs. Time Silverman. Kiddush will be observed. David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kelaey, 3826 Old Orchard Avenue, will be called to the Reading of the Law, in honour of his bar-mitxvah, on January 22, at Temple Emanu-EL He is the broth- Try ovr special cokes at Victor's Pastry Shop •*• loctttoa oaty 5206 PARK AVI. COTMT Fatrawart — Clt 7-3537 21 y*«ra el «xp«rf««*«. The marriage of Miss Hilda Seidman, daughter of Mrs. Anna Seidman, 4726 Bourret Street, and the late Harry Seidman, to Melvin Riegler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Riegler, 316 Hull Avenue, Bronx, N. Y., was solemnized at Shaare Zion Synagogue, on Sunday, June 7, at six o'clock, by Rabbi Maurice S. Cohen, assisted by Cantor Solomon Gisser. The bride was given in marriage by her mother, and Myer Seidman, brother of the bride. She wore a white organza gown, with seed-pearl-beaaed bodice; round neckline; three-quarter-length sleeves; and full skirt which terminated in a long train. Her tulle illusion veil was placed by a matching crown; and she carried a prayer book with white orchids, and lihes-of-the-val-ley. She had her sister, Mrs. Harry Etcoyitch, as her matron of honour, in a sleeveless, blue, peau de soie gown, worked with beads; and made with a full skirt; with a matching crown; and carried a bouquet of blue and white roses. Barbara Riegler, aged six years, and her sister, Ellen, four, nieces of the groom, were flower girls, wearing blue chiffon dresses; and matching head-bands; and carrying nosegays of blue, and white carnations. Stanley Riegler was hU brother's best man. The ushers were: Philip Seidman, David Seidman, brothers of the bride; Allan Etcovitch, nephew of the bride; Jack Zipper, cousin of the groom; Leo Stamber, and Robert Pinkert; all of New York. The wedding flowers were blue carnations, white roses, gladioli, and pompoms. There was orchestra music. Two hundred guests were received, in the Sjrnagogue hall. Mrs. Seidman, mother of the bride, was gowned in beaded, blue chiffon, made with three-quarter-length sleeves; and full skirt; with a blue - The maniac* *f Miss Marilyn Webier* daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Werner, 4040 City Hall Avenue, to Kenneth Kivenko. son of Mrs. Lily Ktvenfco, '6612 Clark Street, and the late Louis Kivenko was solemnized at Beth David Synagogue, on Sunday, June 21, at seven o'clock, by Rabbi Isaac J. Teicher. assisted by Cantor - J. Dlin. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. She wore a fitted, white, silk, and lace, beaded, gown, designed with a round neckline; three-quarter-length sleeves; and straight skirt with a long train. Her veil of tulle illusion was attached to a beaded head-band; and she carried a prayer book with white orchids. Miss Pearl Weiner was her sister's maid of honour. Her sleeveless, Empire gown of yellow chiffon, was made with a scoop neckline; and a panel at the back. She had a bouquet of white and yellow carnations and roses. The flower girls were: Nori Lee Brown{ aged ten years, cousin of the bride; and Yona Drori, aged six, cousin of the groom; the first in a white and yellow organza dress, with a matching hat; and a nosegay of yellow, and blue carnations: the second in a yellow organza dress, with a matching yellow headband; and a basket of yellow carnations, and rose petals. Benjamin Yevzeroff was best man. The ushers were: Henry Pukier, Anatole Feldman, Edward Aro-noff, Harvey Gold, Norman Miller, Norman Turner, Leon Kozie-rok, and Alvin Korenstein, cousin of the bride. Yellow, and blue carnations, and gladioli in standards were the wedding flowers. An orchestra played the wedding music. Two hundred guests were received in the Synagogue hall. Mrs. Weiner, mother of the bride, wore a blue, lace, sheath gown, and its own jacket; also a matching hat; with a corsage of yellow roses. Mrs. Kivenko, mother of the groom, wore a sleeveless, turquoise-blue, chiffon gown which had a beaded bodice; scoop neckline; and straight skirt. She had a matching nat; and a corsage of yellow, and blue roses. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kivenko spent their wedding trip in Lake Placid, N. Y., and of Mrs. Rachel Gurman, 5240 Westbury \venue, and the late Benny Gurman; great-grandson of A. Aizer, of Montreal. Godparents are David Gurman, 010 One Hundred and First Avenue, uncle; and Mrs. Gurman, grandmother. Morris Schwartz, grandfather, held the baby during the ceremony. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Deutsch (nee Frances Rabovsky, formerly of Toronto, Ont), 10670 L'Acadie Boulevard, on January 7, at the Jewish General Hospital, a son, Mark David; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Deutsch, 4210 Mackenzie Street; and of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rabovsky, of Toronto. Godparents are Stanley Rabovsky, of Toronto, uncle; and Miss Eta Weinman, 2800 Kent Avenue, great-aunt Mr. Deutsch, grandfather, held the baby during the ceremony. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Jacobson (nee Hannah Lebwohl), 2740 Bedford Road, on December 21, at the Jewish General Hospital, a son, Allan Howard; grandson,of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jacobson, 2365 Bedford Road; and of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lebwohl, 6460 Esplanade Avenue. Godparents are Jerry Caplan, 686 One Hundred and First Avenue, cousin; and Miss Paula Jacobson, 2366 Bedford Road, aunt Mr. Lebwohl, grandfather, held the baby during the ceremony. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Simon Greene (nee Eleanor Shugar), 6120 Borden Avenue, on December 16, at the Jewish General Hospital, a daughter, Carolyn Frances; sister of Linda Susan, aged eight years; and of Sharon Donna, three and one-half; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shngar, 6626 Cote St Luc Road; and of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Greene, 4631 Marcil Avenue; great-granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Bfiiwol, of Toronto, Ont; and of the late Mrs. Fanny Shngar who died on November 7. NOW AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD SHOP

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