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Full text: THE CANADIAN JEWISH REVIEW JULY 13, 1962 fecial tfate*—7mn to Mrs. I. Rosen, and daughters, Janice and Michelle, 90 Dunblaine Avenue, are at Jackson's Point, Ontario, for the summer. Arnold Rapps. 314 Brunswick Avenue, was in Montreal, Quetac, for the marriage of his cousin. Miss Rosalie Small, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Small, 8164 Wiseman Avenue, to Ronald S. Gechman, son of Nathan Gechman, of Miami, Florida; and of Mrs. 0. Goldman, of Minneapolis. Minn., which took place at Herzl Hall. Mr. and Mrs. A. Ugar, and daughter, Miss Linda Ugar, 842 Bloor Street West, left via Trans-Canada Air Lines, to spend two weeks in Ste. Agathe, Que. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Myers, l'l Shallmar Boulevard, returned from a four-month visit in Israel, having travelled via £1 Al Israel Air Lines. Mr. and Mrs. N. Schnier, 55 Timberlane Drive, are on a three-week vacation in Los Angeles, Calif., to visit with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. Goodbaum. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Chousky, and daughters, Henna, and Edie; and Mr. and Mrs. Max Grossman, formerly of 42 Robert Street, have moved to 60 Cocksfield Avenue. Mrs. Celia Frisch, 7 Markdale Avenue, returned from a visit with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Osias Freshwater, of London, England. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Joseph Bricks, 3315 Bathurst Street, have returned {from Miami Beach, Florida, where they spent their honeymoon. Mrs. Bricks is the former Miss Andrea Sasha Berg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Berg, 108 Rajah Street. Mr. Bricks is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Bricks, 1G6 Cocksfield Avenue. Miss Josephine Atkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Atkins, 262 Park Home Avenue, is away on a five-week tour of Europe, and a Mediterranean Cruise, and will also spend three weeks in Israel, having travelled via El Al Israel Airlines. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lambersky, of Ottawa; and Mr. and Mrs. J. Cohen, of Winnipeg, Manitoba, were here for the barmitzvah of their nephew, Sidney Sheldon, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Lambersky, 1G7 Combe Avenue, who was called to the Reading of the Law, at Beth Emeth Synagogue. He is the brother of Norton. A Kiddush-luncheon followed the services. Mrs. Sally Berman, 174 Baycrest Avenue, was in Montreal, Quebec, for the marriage of her cousin, Miss Florence Nerenberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nerenberg, 346 Alexis Nihon Boulevard, to Harold Elman, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Elman, 4920 Dornal Avenue, at the Windsor Hotel. Mrs. Berman also visited her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Katz, and Leonard, 4348 Madison Avenue, Montreal, Quebec. Mrs. Lillian Clyne, 2601 Bathurst Street; Mrs. Harry Coldoff, • lift Insurant* • AftMltk* • 6reua Insurinca • Accident A Health laiuraaca MURRAY J. KATZMAN, C.L.U. 2 Carlton 5treat, Carltta Tawir, Salt a 1510 BUS.: 36S-S345 RES.i Mi. 2-050) Great-West Life assurance company O-m MAURICI TURK and his orchestra Featuring , )> ALAN KABEL 535-8843 Helen Simpson Floral Styling* for all Occasions 2518 Yonge St.—HUdson 3-1145 TORONTO 12 Distinctive Designs for Weddings, Bor-Mitxvohs, receptions — ot the Synogogue, or ot home. MEMlIt riMISTS' TIlfOeUPM OflJVflY ASSOCIATION -----............» Uf Alter AND HIS ORCHESTRA May Tito Sfyfe Of Metk To Fleam Yow Crowd RU. 2*3931 - MI. 3-4701 101 Chiltern Hill Road; Mrs. Max Goodman, 482 Lytton Boulevard: and Mrs, Samuel Rotenberg, 10 Dinan Street, were present at the Stratford Festival, held at Strat-ford-on-Avon, Ontario. Aaron Mendelson, 31 Paxtonia Boulevard; and Mrs. Saul Ilson, and Marcia, 243 Pannahill Road, were in Long Island, N. Y., for the fiftieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel. Signer (nee Rae Cohen), of 'Bronx, N. Y., given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kalisher, of Long Island. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Crack-ower, 176 Ava Road, returned from a vacation in Bridgeport and New Haven, Connecticut. Mr. and Mr3. Oscar Joseph. 33 Strathearn Road, celebrated their twenty-first wedding anniversary at the Oakdale Golf and Country Club. With them, were their three children, Miss Cheryl Joseph, Miss Jo-Anne Joseph, and Jeffrey Joseph. Mr. and Mrs. H. Steinberg, 372 Winona Drive, entertained at a dinner party at the Regency Towers Hotel, to celebrate the sixteenth birthday of their daughter Marylin. Thirty guests were present. Dr. and Mrs. George Drutz, 392 Glencairn Avenue, were entertained at a surprise cocktail party, at their home, in celebration of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary, arranged by their children, Miss Beryl Drutz, Harold Drutz, and Peter. One hundred guests were present. Miss Sheila Ann Caplan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Caplan, 22 Water Stret, St. Catharine's, Ont., and the fiancee of Dr. Stanley Earl Sable, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sable, 60 Rose-bury Road, was guest of honour at a presentation luncheon, at Simpson's Arcadian Court, given by: Mesdames Hyman Freedman, 240 Oriole Parkway, and of Miami Beach, Florida, aunt of the groom-to-be; Samuel Freedman, of St, Catharine's Ont.; Harry Yudin, 17 Vesta Drive; and H. Silver, of Peterborough, Ont.; all cousins of the groom-to-be. Miss Sheila Ann Caplan, the honouree, wore a black sheer dress; styled with a wide neckline, and bouffant skirt; and had white accessories and a corsage of white gardenias. Mrs. David Yaffe, 3905 Bathurst Street, entertained at her home, at a bon voyage party, in honour of Mrs. Morton Lee, 606 Castlefield Avenue, and Mrs. Rose Pearson, 172 Elder Street, who are leaving on a trip to Europe. Mrs. Lee plans to be away for one month; and Mrs. Pearson for seven weeks. The hostess presented each with a gift. Lawrence, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Appel, 65 Old Park Road, was called to the Reading of the Law, in celebration of his bar-mitzvah, at Beth Sholom Synagogue. He is the brother of Robert, aged sixteen years; and of Shelley, seven. Following the services, Kiddush was observed. The next evening, at a dinner and reception at the Synagogue, for two hundred guests, Mrs. Appel, the mother, wore a deep blue peau-de-soie gown, embellished with beading; and its own portrait stole. Robert, the brother, was master of ceremonies; and Victor Appel, the grandfather, gave the blessing over the challah. Miss Sheila Ann Caplan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Caplan, 22 Water Street, St. Catharine's, Ont., and her fiance, Dr. Stanley Earl Sable, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sable, 60 Rosebury Road, were entertained at a barbecue and evening party given by Mr. and Mrs. Irving Leaf, 30 Pinehurst Drive, Hamilton, Ont., her uncle and aunt A presentation was made by the hosts. Miss Sheila Ann Caplan wore- a green and beige, silk shantung, three-piece sports ensemble. The tab&r-in the garden, was arranged with a centerpiece of garden flowers, on a blue cloth. Mrs. David Yaffe, 3905 Bathurst Street, and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Paul Yaffe, 222 Wilsgn Avenue, entertained at the for^ mer's home, in honour of Miss Elaine Warren, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myer Warren, 82 Helen-dale Avenue, and the fiancee of Sherwin Leff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Leff, of London, Ont Mrs. David Yatffe wore a beige linen sheath dress; and Mrs. Paul Yaffe, a white linen sheath dress, with Erinted powder blue trimming. Irs. Myer Warren wore a dark linen sheath dress. Miss Elaine Warren, the honouree, chose a navy-blue linen dress, trimmed with white; and had a corsage of pink carnations and red roses. The table was decorated with pink and red roses and white chrysanthemums, Mrs, Murray Levine, and Mrs. Ann Binstock, aunts of the ANNOUNCING Trie New location Of LEVINFS F000 MARKET 1001 Egihtfe* AvtMtvo) West 820 DtrtWoo Street Woof fa fret* W Debtor JHI.M91S bride-elect, were present A presentation was made by Mrs. David Yaffe. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bornstein, 472 Bedford Park Avenue, entertained at a party at their home, in celebration of the engagement of their daughter, Miss Harriet Born-stein, to Frank Bergaon, son of Mr. and Mrs, Abraham Bergson, 60 Wigan Crescent. Eighty guests were present. Miss Harriet Born-stein, the bride-elect, wore a white, beaded, crepe dress, with A-line skirt; and had a wristlet of pink roses. Here from out of town were: Mr. and Mrs. Murray Pollack, of Hamilton, Ont. cousins of the bride-elect; and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Arbuck, uncle and aunt of the groom, and Mitzi, and Linda, of Ottawa, Ont Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Cohen. 14 Flemington Road, celebrated their sixtieth wedding anniversary at a family dinner given at the home of their grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Schipper (nee Anita Wagman), 103 Vesta Drive, by their sons-in-law and daughters: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wagman (Queenie); 21 Mayfair Avenue, and David; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fader (Gertrude), 3896 Bathurst Street; Mr. and Mrs. William Sherman (Marcia), 2700 Bathurst Street, and Lisa: and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ashley, 566 Glencairn Avenue. Also present were their great-grandchildren: Gary, Suzi, and Leslie Schipper; and David Sherman. Telegrams were received from Premier John Roberts; and Mayor Nathan Phillips, of Toronto. Miss Sheila Feldman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Feldman, 102 Neptune Drive, formerly of Montreal, Que., and the fiancee of Dr. Stanley Isenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Isenberg, 245 Sear-le Avenue, was honoured at a luncheon and shower, in the King David Room of the Town House, 'with one hundred and forty guests present. The hostesses were: Mesdames E. Chousky, A. Shreiber, A. Abrams, J. Heller, L. Selskey, and M. Pollack; all aunts of the groom-to-be. Mrs. Feldman mother of the bride-elect, wore a black and white, printed, silk sheath; and had a corsage oi red and white roses, and carnations. Mrs. Isenberg, mother of the groom-to-be, wore a beige and brown, peau de soie dress, with bell-shaped skirt; and her flowers were Talisman roses. Miss Feldman, the bride-to-be, wore a dress of aquamarine-blue taffeta; with petal hemline, and large flower of that material at the waist. Her flowers were white gardenias. The marriage will take place on December 22, at Beth David Synagogue. Larry Neil GinBler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ginsler, 5 Pannahill Road, was called to the Reading of the Law, in celebration of his bar-mitzvah, at Beth Emeth Synagogue. He is the brother of Irwin, aged eight years; Donald, five; and Ricky, two; grandson of Mrs. Minnie Revich, 533 Douglas Avenue, and the late Issie Revich; and of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ginsler, of Detroit, Mich.; great-grandson of Louis Levine, 370 Brooke Avenue, and the late Mrs. Sarah Levine. Kiddush was observed. The following evening a dinner and reception took place. Mrs. Ginsler, wore a long sea-foam-green, peau de soie gown, fashioned with a beaded bodice; scooped neckline; and A-line skirt; and had a green, orchid wristlet. Mrs. Minnie Revich, was gowned in peacock-blue silk and lace; with a blue, orchid corsage. Mrs. Jack Ginsler wore a pale blue, organza and lace gown, the fitted bodice of which was embellished in iridescent sequins; and had a blue, orchid corsage. Seated at the head table with the above were Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph Kelman. Louis Levine, great-grandfather, asked the blessing over the challah. Joining the family in lighting candles were: Mrs. Mitchell Rosen, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Brown, and Jules Revich, uncles and aunts; Brenda, Eileen, and Neil Rosen, and Linda Brown, cousins; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Revitch, godparents of the bar-mitzvah boy; Dennis Waldman, David Carson, Marshall Lofchick, Martin Kofsky. Jav Teitel, Lome Manett, Howard Cohen, Shelley Pettle, Jeff Plener, Barry Revzen, Robert Roth, Ronny Coulson, Shelley Bornstein, and Ira Lyons. Here for the bar-mitr-vah were: Mrs. J. Dunn, Ben Rose, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rose; all of Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. Harry Barsky, of Phoenix, Arizona; Mr. and Mrs. A. Shulman, of Midland, Ont; and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Enushevsky. of Guelph, Ont Gary Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Lax, 321 Roncesvalles Avenue, was called to the Reading of the Law, in celebration of his bar-mitsvah, at Machxikei Bani Israel Synagogue. He is the brother of Alan Richard, aged eleven years. Julius Marcus presented the bar-mitxvah boy with a prayer book, on behalf of the Congregation. A Kiddush-luncheon followed the services, with one hundred guests present Mrs. Lax wore a navy-blue shantung sheath, with self, jacket; and a white straw hat The following evening, one hundred and sixty guests were received at a dinner and reception, at Clanton Park Synagogue. Mrs. Lax wore a pale-blue lace and chiffon sheath; and had a pale-blue orchid wristlet Saul Levine, uncle of the bar-mitzvah boy, was master of ceremonies; and Rabbi I. Cohen asked the blessing over the challah. Alan, the brother,, called on the following to .participate in the candle-lighting ceremony with the above family: Mrs. Rose Stone, of London, Ont, an aunt; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schri-er, and Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Mus-kovitz, of Detroit, Mich.; Resa Lax, Fern Levine, Lionel, and El-din Moses, Marilyn Kleman, Louise Leiberman, Marilyn Lax, Sharona, and Arlene Lax; all cousins; Stanley Zidenberg, Howard Lazarous, Paul, and Reisha Lit-vack, Louis, and Robert Schein-man: and Mrs. I. Hershorn, of London, Ont Jerry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Potok, 185 Combe Avenue, was called to the Reading of the Law, in celebration of his bar-mitzvah, at Beth Emeth Synagogue. He is the brother of Far-rell. Mrs. Potok wore a white and beige. summer knitted suit and a white organza hat. Following the services, Kiddush was observed at their home. The next evening, at a dinner and reception, Mrs. Potok wore a yellow and white peau de soie sheath dress: with a white orchid corsage. The head table, was decorated with yellow ana white carnations. Seated there with the family were: Mr. and Mrs. A. Potok, of Philadelphia, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. L. Neibrif, of New York; Mr. and Mrs. I. Potok, of Akron, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. J. Jacobs, of Israel; and Mr. and Mrs. S. Potok, all uncles and aunts of the bar-mitzvah boy. H. Handler asked the blessing over the challah. Those who lit candles with the head -table were Jack and Frank Potok, of Philadelphia, Pa.; Miss Ester Neibrif, and Miss Lorraine Neibrif, of New York; Mr. and Mrs. L. Buchwalter, all cousins of the bar-mitzvah boy; Mrs. L. Birenbaum, Mrs. J. Piatt, Mrs. M. Hefner, and Mrs. B. Klaiman; Mr. and Mrs. J. Dicker, Mr. and Mrs. H. Grossman, and Mr. and Mrs. S. Lattman. DEATHS Bernard Bergart, 38 Edengarth Court, died suddenly on July 1, in Vancouver, B.C., at the age of fourteen years. He is survived by: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Bergart; two brothers: David, and Mark; a sister, Marian; ana his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Offer, 21 Neptune Drive. Rabbi Bernard Rosensweig officiated at funeral services. Interment was at Bathurst Lawn Cemetery. Shiva was at the home. Marvin Jacob Bresler, 706 Bloor Street West, died on June 28, at the Doctor's Hospital, at the age of twenty-two years. He is survived by: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Bresler; a brother, Bernie; and a sister, Mrs. A. Schwartzberg (Esther), 839 Rose-lawn Avenue. Rabbi I. Hurwitz officiated at funeral services. Interment was at Mount Sinai Memorial Park. Shiva was at the home. Mrs. Estelle Sarah Benson, 164 Chiltern Hill Road, died on June 26, at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, at the age of fifty-nine years. She was the widow of Samuel Benson; and is survived by two daughters: Mrs. Paul Nowack (Charlotte), 3875 Bathurst Street; and Mrs. Edith Gula, 11 Warwick Avenue; two sons: Cyril, 11 Warwick Avenue; and Charles, 23 Diana Drive; four grandchildren: Sandra, and Karen Gula; and Sheldon, and Aubrey, children of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Benson; a sister, Mrs. L. Kaiman (Leah), 109 Dennison Avenue; and a brother, Jack Gold-kind, 11 Vinci Crescent Rabbi David Monson officiated at funeral sedvices. Interment was at All-For-One section of Bathurst Lawn Cemetery. Shiva was at 3875 Bathurst Street, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nowack. Alter Groskopf, 28 Lauder Avenue, died on June 22, at the New Mount Sinai Hospital, at the age of sixty-eight years. He is survived by: his wife, Mrs. Gertie Groskopf; three sons: Murray Groskopf, 11 Cameron Place; Max and Albert Groskopf, 28 Lauder Avenue: six grandchildren: Nona, and Barbara, children of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Groskopf; Larry, Phyllis, Sheryl Wendie, and Melanie Shelly, children of Mr. and Mrs. Max Groskopf: two sisters: Mrs. A. Somerfeld (Toby), 772 Palmerston Avenue; and Mrs. S. Maer (Yet-ta), 274 Robert Street; and a brother, Jake Gross, 582 Indian Road. Rabbi S. Langner officiated at the funeral services. Interment was at Dawes Road Cemetery. Shiva was at the home. VESHIVA STUDENT .of AaixseNal Hebrew Frooda amta - rrwaK*. natee ?0*A, Si Col Ml. 3-1966 Mrs. Lillian Greene, of Philadelphia, Pa., died on Sunday, Jane 17, at the age of sixty-two years. She is survived by a son, Samuel Greene, of California; three daughters: Mrs. H. Rosen (Rose), 102 Tnvermay Avenue; Mrs. S. Bossin (Helen), 7 Beaver Valley Road; Mrs. S. Stem (Marlene), 730 Ontario Street; twelve grandchildren: Michael and Charles Greene; John, Carol, Eleanor, Matthew, and Ian Rosen; Allan, Ricky, and Joanne Bossin; Shawn, and Mark Stern; a Sister, Mrs. Nathan Ladowsky (Hencha), 33 Ava Road; and a brother, Moisha Stern, of Toronto, Ont Rabbi Jordan Pearlson officiated at funeral sorvkos at Temple Sinai Inter- 3 — 8" x 10" ALBUMS WITH 20 CANOtDS $41.80 each 3 — 8" x 10" ALBUMS WITH 30 CANMD5 $50.70 each 3 — 8" x 10" ALBUMS WITH 40 CANDIDS $59.60 each Christopher smith 83 Bloor St. West • 921-1108 CHRISTOPHER SMITH PERSONALLY AVAILABLE FOR PORTRAITS AT YOUR HOME OR SYNAGOGUE lfS»»e»¥faw»vaff FLOWERS For Weddings, Bor-Mltzvaht, and oil occasions JOSEPH HADE of the "HUNGARIAN FLORIST' 23 year* ot arfttth arrangomont Frtcea Seasonable BttlOAL COUNSIUOH FOR YOUR WiDDINQ HUM OF CNAJtOI 1096 BATHURST STREET at Dupont Cell LI. 2-0864 - - - - ENGAGEMENTS Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Fleisch-man, 72 Cocksfield Avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter, Edith, to Isidore Horowitz, 7 Denmark Crescent, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Borgman, of Caracas, Venezuela. The marriage will take place on August 19, at Beth Emeth Synagogue. LE. 5-9743 635 ST. CLAIR AVE. W. idfofw FORMAL RENTAL™ BAR-MITZVAHS Mr. and Mrs. Jack Litman, 266 Park Holme Avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Barbara Litman, to Edward Lawrence Friedman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Friedman, 473 Glengarry Avenue. ment was at Dawes Road Cemetery. Shiva was private. Mrs. Fanny Rosen, 621A College Street, died on Friday, June 15, at the age of sixty-nine years. She is survived by her husband, Max Rosen; two sons: Louis Rosen, 23 Newlin Crescent; and Alex Rosen, 182 Overbrook Place; a daughter, Mrs. Frank 'Biel (Lillian), 258 Haddington Avenue; and eight grandchildren: Marshall, Rhoda, and Michael, children of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rosen; Barbara, and Karen, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Rosen; and Zena, Betty, and Howard Biel. Rabbi Joseph Kelman officiated at funeral services. Interment was at Mount Sinai Memorial Park. Shiva was at the home. Ian, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shendelman, 78 Wenderly Drive, was called to the Reading of the Law, in celebration of his bar-mitzvah, at Beth Emeth Synagogue. He is the brother of Paul, and Elliott; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. A. Shendelman, 659 Sheppard Avenue West; and of Samuel Fletcher, of California. Kiddush was observed at the synagogue after services. David Freedman, 1603 Bathurst Street, died on Tuesday, July 3, at the age of seventy-seven years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Rose Freedman; two daughters: Mrs. Leslie Lewis (Anne), 650 Briar Hill Avenue; and Mrs. Louis Go-lant (Molly), 2603 Bathurst Street; three sons: Samuel Freedman, of London, Ont.; Morley Freedman, 167 Pannahill Road; and Lawrence Freedman, 49 Arl-stan Drive; eleven grandchildren; and fourteen great-grandchildren. Rabbi M. Celniker officiated at funeral services at the Beth Tze-dec Synagogue. Interment was at Dawes Road Cemetery. Shiva was at 49 Arlstan Drive, home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Freedman, son and daughter-in-law. BIRTHS Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cohen (nee Jo-Ann Elman), 2700 Bathurst Street, on June 21, at New Mount Sinai Hospital, a son. Robert Ian; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Elman, 3 Glen Cedar Road; and of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cohen, 3836 Bathurst Street. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Freedman (nee Susan Milstein), 5 Renoak Drive, on July 4, at Women's College Hospital, a son, Lawrence Jay; brother of Jeffrey, aged fourteen months; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Freedman, 171 Shelborne Avenue; and of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Milstein, €65 Roselawn Avenue; and great-grandson of Mrs. Katie Freedman, 114 Everden Road. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Milton Lisner (nee Esther Birbrager), 238 Parkholme Avenue, on June 25th, at Women's College Hospital, a daughter, Dianna Miriam; sister of Dov, aged two years; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. Birbrager, 10 North gate Drive; and Mr. and Mrs. A. Lisner, 2601 Bathurst Street. CLASSIFIED RELIABLE WOMAN will babysit, or take care of household; live in or out. Contact Mrs. B. Green-berg, LE. 2-0366. COLLEGE MEMORIAL CHAPEL Pomtriy Unite* Hebrmw Feaenl Parleex 331 College St. —. WA. 2-0619 is one of only three English-language weekly consumer magazines in all of Canada with Audit Bureau of Circulations Membership. The others ore TIME and TV GUIDE QUEBEC - ONTARIO THE MARITIME*

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