Approval of a city by-law restricting Palmerston Boulevard between College and Bloor Streets made recently by the Ontario Railway and Municipal Board, will prevent the erection of a synagogue at Palmerston Boulevard and College Street.
The by-law has been the subject of much controversy between the City Council and Palmerston Boulevard residents for some time past.
Chairman McKeown declared: “The Council have given the matter every consideration and we can see no other way but to approve of the original bylaw. We also reserve the right to approve of an amendment of this by-law at any future date should the city so desire.”
The sustaining of the by-law will have no effect on the present erection of office buildings and stores at Bloor Street and Palmerston Avenue, it was announced.
Israel Unterberg was elected president of the New York Jewish Education Association at a meeting Monday night. Joseph Leblang, David N. Mosessohn, Judge Otto Rosalsky, Samued Rottenberg and Jacob Wener were elected vice-presidents. Bernard Semel was elected houorary secretary, and Dr. David De Sola Pool was instailed as secretary to the board of directors.
Judge Mitchell May, chairman of the Brooklyn Committee of the Ort Campaign for Industrial Reconstruction, inaugurated the Brooklyn, drive last night, with a dinner at the Unity Club. Howard S. Cullman, national chairman. Paul Felix Warburg, national treasurer, and Mark Eisaer, New York City chairman, of the $1,000,000 drive, were the speakers. Members of the Brooklyn Committee were present.
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