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Full text: •'.v,T-""".-.TVv^T^;' ''-: '•' '.'•"• /•-V *'(>%•-^ ••-... *|;;Mi|S^^ QUUIC CITY A FIHI HOTEL IN TNI HURT OF HISTORIC QUEIEC CITY •n Htort&r at wr 4f«ri Yto IteKrltaMMlfc WMtMUMW T*me«y (*• Cfc*x«k •* N«4n • visitor . Mb. n* .__BU. v*U» r*r r*U*r, RM*TT*U*M write HOTEL SAINT-LOUIS M 8t L**ta — US-lffl t f Km yo« thoaght abort YOUR SUMMER VACATION? We are able to give you information and suggestions to fit every need and pocketbook. CALL THE EXPERTS or drop in to tee us. ATLANTIC PACIFIC TRAVEL (CANADA) INC. 4950 OURN MARY ROAD, SUITE 405 MONTREAL 29, QUE. Telephone: 731-7904 Mrs. Evelyn Lozar Mr. Jean Mayer Mr. Guy Tradeou ' Mr, and Mrs. M. Koraar, of SaJnt:John, N. B., announce the engagement of their, daughter, Miss Naomi Komar, to William Epgteln^son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Epsteiri,3 6826 Mountain Sights Avenue, Montreal, Quebec. The marriage will take place on October 20, in Saint John. Miss Komar is a student at the Jewish General Hospital, School for Nurses, in Montreal. Simon David, of Sydney, N. S., visited with his son-in-law and daughterMMr. and Mrs. Moe Gar-finkle, 5744 Trans Island Avenue, Montreal, Quebec. Mr. anj Mrs. Samueb Shane, 6615 Jublfee Road, Halifax, N.S., returned from Miami Beach, Florida, where, they spent a holiday. In Montreal, Quebec, for the bar-mit&fldk of Alvin Leslie, son of Mr. ang Mrs. Bernard Leibof, 6275 Deacon Road, Montreal, at Young Iscael Synagogue were: Mr*. Ann Rubin, and Mrs. Lillian Kay, aunts; and Dr. David Rubin, and Norman Rubin, cousins; all of Moncton. N»B. N.S.; laid first tr^ of Mr- and Mrs. Benjaroih ' iro, Mr. and Mrt, of Moftcton, N.B., dl«town, Conn,, for the marriage of their cousin, Miss Sue HecV«r. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bamiiel Hecker, to Julian yBarnett, son 01 the late Mr. and Mnfc A. Btniett, all of if tddletown, at Adath Israel Synagogue* s \r Mrs. Jennie Smilestein, 843 Mc-Eachran Avenue* spent the Pasf* over holidays with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Philip Riteman, and Larry, and Hobble, of St Johns, Nfld.; 'and her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Smilestein, and Gela, of Car-bonear, Nfld. Ruby Smilestein, of Carbonear, Newfoundland, and his brother-in-law, Philip Riteman, of St Johns, visited the former's mother, Mrs, Jennie Smilestein, 843 McEachran Avenue. MONTREAL ENGAGEMENTS Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Leiter, 5893 Dolbeau Street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Lynda Rachelle Leiter, to Martin Sklar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sklar, 2220 Depatie Street Born£!o4Pr. and Mrs. Mitchell Boniuk (n^e Barbara Shapiro), 40 Roselavfol Avenue, Toronto, Ont, on March 22, at New Mount Sinai Hospital, in Toronto, a daughter, Andrea Jane; first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. E. Morry Shapiro, of Sarnia, Ont; and fifth grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. H. Boniuk, of Glace Bay, Mrs. Minnie Cherain, of Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, is visiting at the' home of her nephew and niece, Dr. and Mrs. S. Chernln, of Toronto; and her brother-in-law, L. H. Chernin. Miss Naomi Komar, a student at the Jewish General Hospital, School for Nurses, in Montreal, Que., is spending Passover with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Komar, of Saint John, N.B. ..., to Mi^imd Mrs. H. Zan- Kr (nee ^Betfy Carmen), 1112 ,rkvlew Street, on February-25, at th> Royal Victoria Hospital, a daughter, Ellen Louise; grand-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Carmen. 6648 Lyndale Avenue; and of Mrs. Stephanie Zanger, 074 t Pratt Avenue i and of we late , Samuel .Zanger; great-gtand-,. daughter of Mrs. Esther Levine, 6648 Lyndale Avenue. 1 Born* to Mr^and Mrs, William Stublna (nee Bererly Ann Carol), r 4970 St Kevin Street, oh March -»22. at the Jewish General Hospi-< tal, a daughter, Florianne Shelley; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Moe Stublna, 11871 Suzor Cot^i and of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Carol, . 4692 St. Catherine Street West: - great-granddaughter of Mrs. Ethel Adler, 6762 Mountain Sights Avenue; and of Samuel Baranoff, 2200 Capitaine Bernier Street. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Stotland (nee Elaine Erdell), 5715 Eldridge Avenue, on March 15, at the Jewish General Hospital, a son, Mitchell Andrew; brother of Stephen Charles, aged three years; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Erdell, 5300 Mountain Sights Avenue; and of Mr. and Mrs, Sol. Stotland, 4643 St. Catherine Road; , great-grandson of Mrs. Celia Bre-ger; and of Abraham ErdelU Godparents are Henry Breger. 2241 Barclay Avenue, uncle; and Miss Sandi Erdell, 6300 Mountain Sights Avenue, aunt. Abraham Erdell, great-grandfather, held the baby during the ceremony. 4915 OWIN i-ow Robert Samuel; brother of Carol, aged six years; and Susan, three; grandson of Mr. $nd Mrs. Louis Hyman, of Oshawa, Ont: and of Mir. and Mrs. Maurice fiheffman, of Halifax, N, S. Born, to Mr. and, Mrs. Louis Gurea (nee Beverley Swadron), 468 Rldelle Avenue, on #arch 26, at New Mount. Si«ai Hospital, a son, Paul Maurice t brother of Har-ley, aged five and one/half years: and Kim, aged three and one-half years; grandson of Mrs. L. Swadron, 810 College Street; and of Mrs. L. Gurza, 836 Briar Hill Avenue. >'f Children'* y her father. She wore a period gown of ivpry-toned peau de soie; fashioned with a Basque bodice. The scalloped neckline and waist were appliqued in Alencon lace; and the elbow-length sleeves were offset by tiny Bows. The bouffant skirt extended to a chapel train. A pearl crown headdress held a three-tiered tulle illusion veil ; and she carried a white bible adorned with white orchids, ste-phanotis and satin streamers. The matron of honour was Mrs. Morris White, sister-in-law of the groom. She wore a maixe-yellow. crepe gown; styled with a scooped neckline and draped skirt. The bodice was entirely beaded in crystal drops. She had ^ a jewelled tiara; and carried a semi- * MARRIAGES HERMANT-ELLISON Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Morris Akerman (nee Seyma Shulemson),, 3365 Goyer Street, on March 21, at the Jewish General Hospital, a son, Harold Joel; brother of Karen Darlene, aged two years; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Shulemson, 2075 Norman Street; and of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Akerman, 21 Joyce Avenue. Godparents are Mr. and Mrs, Myer Caplan, 882 Rock-land Avenue, uncle and aunt Joseph Akerman, grandfather, held the baby during the ceremony. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lieberman (nee Freda Bromberg), 2110 Ekers Avenue, on March 20, at the Jewish General Hospital, a son, Paul; brother of Michael aged ten yean; Larry six; and of David, four; grandson of Mrs. Helen Bromberg. of Toronto, Out; and of Mr. and Mrs. L. Lieberman, 2615 Kent Avenue. Bora, to Mr. and Mrs. Allan P. Magonet, 2358 Clifton Avenue, on March 18, at the Catherine Booth Hospital, a son, Michael David; grandson of Mr.'and Mrs. Louis Magonet, 4514 Esplanade Avenue, Godparent* are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Shulmau, 2112 Noel Street. Louis Magvnet, grandfather, held the baby during the ceremony. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Yaffy (DM Beverly Fleishman), 443 Ninety-Sixth Atonxe, 04 March 10, at th« Jewiia Central Hospital, a son, Mitehell Franklin; brother of Peter KUiot, ajpd two yean; grandson of Mf. *ad Ifn. Morris Fleishman. 4«40 Boorrei Avenue; and of Mr. and Mr*. Joseph Taffy, 2300 Capitalne B«r-nfer Street; crcat-«randaon of Samuel Barauoff, 2&0 Capitaine Btrnitr Street: and of Mn. Bertha Taffy, 2200 Capital]* Bender Street; and of Mr*. Fanny Name-row, 4785 t* Peltrfe Stmt God-pareflte are Mr. and Mr*. Allan 61am, Bin Bocmt Artnoa. Saau BAR-MITZVAHS X Joel- Shelley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bornstein. 169 Ken-nard Avenue, war called to the Reading of the Law, in celebration of his oar-mitxvah at Beth Sholom Synagogue, He is the brother of Melvin, aged sixteen years, and of ; Bruce, seven; grandson of Mr. and / Mrs. Hv Bruner, 3840 Bathurst Street, fltiddush was observed. A luncheon was held at the home for the immediate family. BiHTUS --' «^..;^- Born, t& Dr. and Mrs. Edward Sheffman Jfnee Helen Hyman), 76 GheifoM Road, on March 20, at New Mount Sinai Hospital, a son, The marriage of Miss Betty Ellison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ellison of Belfast, Ireland, to Louis Hermant, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hermant, of Toronto, was solemnized on March 3, at half-past twelve o'clock, by Rabbi Bernard Rosens-weig. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Dr. 'Norman Ellison, 23 Markdale Avenue. She chose a beige and gold brocaded dress; with a matching crown headdress, trimmed with seed-pearl beads, and matching short veil; and she carried a bouquet of Tea roses. Miss Audrey Marcus, of Belfast, Ireland, was maid of honour, wearing a dress of pale green silk; with a matching hat; and she carried a bouquet of roses tinted in yellow and green shades. Seymour Hermant, Q.C., brother of the groom, was best man. Following the cereminy, forty guests were received at a luncheon and reception. Mr. and Mrs. Loujs Hermant left for their honeymoon trip to St Thomas, Virgin Islands, and San Juan, Puerto Rico. They of and yellow roses. The Junior bridesmaids were: Jill Selden, sister of the bride: and Marilyn Lip-man, cousin of the bride. They wore yellow organza over gold-toned taffeta; styled with scooped necklines, short sleeves, and white sashes. They had matching headbands, and carried miniature cascade bouquets of white Shasta daisies and yellow roses. The best man was Morris White, brother of the groom. The ushers were: Stanley and Larry White, brothers of the groom; Gary Moddel, Larry and Sy Ross, Alan Tanbe, Alan Pancer, and Murray Winkler. Mrs. Sarah Barkin Sandier played the organ. A dinner and reception followed at the Synagogue. Mrs. Selden, the bride's mother, wore sky blue organza over pean de sole. cocktail: with the neckline, and sheath hemline, banded in Belgian lace. She had a matching hat Mrs. White, the groom's mother, was attired in gray chiffon; with sleeves of lace; and a cowl neckline; and the bodice was embroidered in shades of orchid-coloured beads and sequins. They both had mauve orchid corsages. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard White spent their honeymoon on a motor trip through the Southern United States. They will reside in Lindsay, Ont. •>> to Dr. and Mi*. 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