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Irving Kirsh, Norman Kate. Unit meeting on Wednesday, September 18, at 8:00 p.m., is: Tikvsh, st the home of Mrs. H. Tulin, 6270 Waverley Street.
e HADASSAH: Bialik Chapter meets on Tuesday. September 17, at 8:80 p.m., at the home of the president, Mrs. S. S. Gordon, 641 Outremont Avenue: Chapters meeting Monday, September 16, st 2:80, are Miriam Brainin Orten-berg, at the home of Mrs. M. Bern-koff, 1275 Lajoie Avenue; Kadi-msh, st the home of the president, Mrs. S. Sacks, 726 McEachran Avenue; Chapter meeting Monday evening, September 18, at 8:80, is: Doha Shiller, at the home of Mrs. A. SegslI, 876 Wilder Avenue. Ir Sholem was the name chosen for a newly organized chapter, of Junjor Hadassah at the home of Miss Claire Rudich, Esplanade Avenue. Provisional executive: president,, Miss Anne Klempner; assisted by: Miss Rudich and Miss Thelma Harrison. Misses Ida Hier, Sylvia Rabinovitch, Dorothy Sklar ere members. The ohapter was organised by Mrs. I. Lexson, Mrs. A. Leith, Miss Estelle Steinberg.
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e TEMPLE EMANU-EL, Dr. Harry J. Stern, Rabbi: Services, Friday, September 13, at 8:16. Dr. Stern and Professor Israel Bettan will alternate both in the Temple and Community House, New Year's Eve, September 26, 8 p.m. New Year's Day, September 26, 10.80 a.m. Children's service, September 26 at 3:80 p.m. Musical services by Cantor Otto O. Stacren and two choirs. Shof ar ritual by Maurice Garfinkle. Congregational annual memorial service at Temple Emanu-El Memorial Park, Mount Royal, on Sunday, September 29, at 11. Monuments will be unveiled. Sundsy, September 16, at 10, Kindergarten, Junior, intermediate registration and opening; High School and Confirmation, Saturday,- September 21, at 9:45 aon. Miss Frances Kats is the director of the School; Chairman of School Beard, Charles Aeeh; Hebrew De-far charge of Abraham
chairmen s're Arthur Friedman and Bert Joseph; with Jack Freed-man, Garner Bornstein, Harry Wolfe, Harry Stern, Dr. I. Cop-nick, George Hollinger, Dr. N. Jonas, Charles Asch, Harold Newman, Nathan Bing, Maxwell Send-el, Maxwell Singer, Jack Carries, Hershell Lewis, Eddie Garfinkle, David R. Miller, Francis Beck, Samuel Paperman, Dajjd Mars ton, Herman Tower, Leo (Jailer, George ? Rauch, Harry Horn, S. Lehberg, Max Weinthal, A. Umanski, William Lightstone, Lawrence Marks, Malcolm Stuart, Gerald Wolfe, Charles Pollack, Joseph Cooper, David Jassby, Nathan Caplan.
e NATIONAL COUNCIL of Jewish Juniors tea, at Victoria Hall, on September 16, at 8.80 p.m., will hear Miss Mildred Gordon, graduate of Miami University and Dale Carnegie Institute, present a comedy monologue; Misses Edythe Wolfe, Anita Neuss, Ethel Yosopo-vitch, Ruth Levitt, a review of Council Policies and Activities. Miss Sarah Urman is convener, assisted by Misses Pearl Deutch, Anita Neuss, Evelyn Yancovitch, Freda Rudenko, Edith Leibovitx. Miss Marilyn Matts will preside. Past members and friends of Council invited. Information from Miss Edythe Wolfe, PL. 6886 or DE. 6272.
e SPANISH and PORTUGUESE Synagogue, Rabbi J. Karasick: services : Friday, at 7 p.m.; Saturday, at 9 a.m.; sermon, 11.16 a.m.; Minna, 7 pjn. On Sunday, September 22, at 12 noon, at the corner of Ridgevale, Lemieux, and Maplewood Avenues, the first sod will bo turned by P. B. Hart, in the ground on which the fourth Synagogue of the Spanish and Portuguese community is to be erected. Community invited. Rabbi Karasick, Rev. A. da S. Pimontel, and Captain W. Sebag-Monteflore will take part. High Holiday Seat and Membership Committee will be in the Synagogue nightly, Mondays through Thursdays, from 8 to 10 p.m. Chairmen, Martin Wolff, Jess Ginsberg. Rev. A. da 8. Pimontel, of the Spanish and Portuguese Community of Manchester, England, has arrived and will serve as cantor for the High Holy Days. Rev. Pimontel served as Chaplain in the British army during the war.
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NOTICE OFAPPLICATION FOR DIVORCE
NOTICE is hereby given that RONALD GEORGE ^IGNELL, of the Citv and District of Montreal, in the Province of Quebec, clerk, will apply to the Parliament of Canada at the next session or the next following ensuing session thereof, for a bin of divorce from his wife, OLIVE REDD, of Lacbute, in the District of Terrebonne in the Province of Quebec, on the ground of. adultery.
Dated at Montreal, this 6th day of September 1946.
MAX BERNFELD, K.C., Solicitor for Petitioner, 1117 St Catherine West, Montreal, Quebec
the Jewish General HejpitaL at the'age of sixty-one years. She is survived by her husband, Max Breslow; three sons, Jack S., Abe E., Bernard; two daughters, Mrs. Joseph Kolber, Miss Rose Breslow; and there grandchildren, Michael Breslow; Enid Breslow; and Stanley Kolber. Funeral took place from Paperman's, Rabbi E. F. Mandekorn officiating, assisted by Rabbi J. J. Fromm. Burial waa in Memorial Park Cemetery, Car-tierviHe. Shiva waa at the home, 182 Querbes Avenue.
Lyon Lightstone, of Vancouver, B.C., died suddenly on Tuesday, September 8, in his sixty-third year. Formerly of Montreal, he is survived by his wife, the former Miss Janette Johnston, of (Haagow, Scotland; three sons, all of. whom were in the services: Major Lyon Lightstone, of London, England; Robert, of Winnipeg, Man., and Jack, who is attending the University of British Columbia; two sisters, Madame Pauline Donalda, singer, and Miss May Lightstone; four brothers, Harry and Robert; Gordon, -of Toronto, Out; and Albert, of New York. Mr. Lightstone waa the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lightstone, of Montreal; and brother of the late CoL Herbert Lightstone, D.S.O., M.O,
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