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Full text: JANUARY 14, 1986 THE CANADIAN JEWISH REVIEW d.l • • < i i lU'S <. <, I, old ASK ABOUT OUR CHEESE BASKETS FOR ALL OCCASIONS BON VOYAGE GIFTS A SPECIALTY Cheese dom the world ovtr Including our f«mou» 2 year Canadian Cheddar. Plus our olher famous Imported end domestic cheeses . . . Ported English Stilton, Cheshire, Caerphilly, French Brie, Camembert, Port du Salut, Tomme de Savoie, Boursault, Swiss Cruye«e, Emmenlhal, Provolone, Taleggio, Bel Paese, Oulch Gouda, Edam, Leyden. CITY WIDE DELIVERY Fr«» Parking or fttar WJifto Shopping At Cfje i. I1 » • i i i '• \ i it f I t i I i i I •~ ^ R. MocConnochie, Prop, 2054 UNION AVE., — {Just below Shcrbrooke) VI. 9-1232-3 — Customer parking at rear of store. •t»c» Heuni Oitly from «:JO i.m. to 6 p.m. - Siturdiy 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 1 • ' *J • • •« •J •1 Mrs. Arthur Skwarny, 7BOA De L'Epce Avenue; and Mrs. Sol Zel-nicker, 4940 Maplewood Avenue; gave a luncheon, with one hundred guests present at Stage Coach Inn Restaurant, to honour the former's daughter, Miss Ida Skwarny, prior to her marriage to the latter's son> Jerry Zelnicker. Mrs. Skwarny wore a three-piece, royal-blue suit; with a corsage of yellow carnations. Mrs. Zelnicker wore a two-piece, black, lace suit; with a corsage of red carnations. Miss Skwarny, wearing a two-piece, turquoise-blue, beaded, knitted suit; had a corsage of white orchids. The table was decorated with white carnations, and pink, and red, pompoms and chrysanthemums. Mrs. David Hochstein, 5651 Jel-licoe Street, was a luncheon hostess to seventy-five guests, at Ruby Foo's Restaurant, to honour her daughter, Miss Roslyn Marlene Hochstein, prior to her marriage to Gerald Yane, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Yane, 6375 Cumberland Avenue. Mrs. Hochstein wore a Burgundy-red, knitted dress; with a corsage of white orchids. Mrs. .Yane .wore "a gold-coloured, knitted dress; with a corsage of pink orchids. 'Miss Hochstein was in a red-ribbon, knitted suit; with a corsage of white carnations. A centrepiece of red, and white pompoms and carnations adorned the table. Mr. and Mrs. Mayer Holcman, 610 Brunet Street, were dinner hosts to seventy-five guests, at the Stage Coach Inn, to celebrate the engagement of their daughter. Miss Edna Holcman, to Robert Press, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Press, 6607 Trans Island Avenue. Mrs. Holcman wore a light blue, lace gown; with a corsage of white carnations. Mrs. Press was in a turquoise-blue, lace suit; with.a corsage of white, and blue carnations. Miss Holcman, the bride-elect, wore a jade-green ensemble composed cf a beaded, lace bodice, and crepe skirt; with a corsage of yellow roses. A centrepiece of white, and yellow roses, pom-poms, and carnations adorned the table., The marriage will take place on September 4, at Beth Ora Synagogue. Mr. and Mrs. William Dlugopiat, 3875 St. Kevin Street, were hosts to thirty guests at a buffet supper at their home, to celebrate the engagement of their daughter, Miss Barbara Dlugopiat, to Martin Gel-man, son of Nathan Gelman, of Far Rockaway, N. Y., who was here for the event, and the late Mrs. Gittel Gelman. Mrs. Dlugopiat wore a dark blue,, wool suit. Miss Dlugopiat, the bride-elect, wore a green, wool suit. The marriage will take place on September 4, at Beth Hillel Synagogue. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Elias, 3450 Van Home Avenue, were hosts to sixty guests at a buffet supper at their home, celebrating the engagement of their daughter, Miss Judy Elias. to Maury Feldman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Feldman, 4740 Plamondoh Street. Miss Elias, the bride-elect, wore a black, velvet suit; and had a corsage of pink, and white carnations. The table held pink, and white pompoms, and roses. The marriage will take place on November 13, at Shomrim Laboker Synagogue. §taftc (Coach Inn Restaurant Mr. and Mrs. Alec Bloom, 291 Tait Street, celebrated the bar-mitzvah of their son, Leonard, who was called to the Reading of the Law, at Temple Emanu-El. He is the brother of Eric, aged ten years; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. B. Mortimer, 2175 Barclay Avenue; and of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bloom, 6264 Deacon Road. Kiddush was observed. The next evening Mr. and Mrs. Bloom received two hundred guests, at the Temple. The hostess wore a blue-gray, brocade gown. Mrs. Mortimer wore a lime-green, brocade gown. Mrs. Samuel Bloom was in a black, beaded silk gown. Each had a corsage of white orchids. Compositions of red roses, and pink carnations trimmed the tables. Mr. and Mrs. M. Davies, of Toronto, Ont., cousins; .and Mr. and Mrs. W. Matthews, great-uncle, and great-auntr of Cleveland, Ohio, were here for the celebration. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Rabinovitch, 5266 Bessborpugh Avenue, celebrated the bar-mitzvah of their son, Leo, who was called to the Reading of the Law, at Anshei Ozerof f Synagogue. He is the brother of Israel Rabinovitch; and Mrs. William'Sprung (Sylvia), of Israel; grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Israel Rabinovitch; and of the late Mr. and Mrs. M. Schoi-chet; all of Roumania. Kiddush was observed. Mrs. Rabinovitch wore a yellow, silk sifit, trimmed with black beads; and a black, silk hat. The same evening Mr. and Mrs. Rabinovitch received two hundred guests at a dinner dance in the Synagogue hall. The hostess wore a beige, silk gown, with a beaded bodice; and had a mauve orchid corsage. Those who lit candles besides the family were: . Mrs. Irving Goldberg, of Brooklyn, N. Yi, great-aunt; Mrs. Solomon Weisbach, Mrs. Fred Zular, both of Sao Paulo, Brazil; aunts; Abraham Wilson, great-uncle; Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Falda; Mr. and Mrs. Saul Wolshine, of Brooklyn, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Herman, cousins; Mr. and Mrs. M. Arono-vitch, Mr. and Mrs. Mi. Engelman, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Foxman, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roth. The family sat at the head table. The bar-mitzvah boy made a speech. A blue, and white birthday cake, combined with a centrepiece of red, and white carnations, and pom-poms, adorned the table. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Orenstein, 2700 Kent Avenue, celebrated the second birthday of their son, Michael Jay, at their home, with twenty. guests present. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Donnerifeld, of New York; and of Mrs. Menasha Orenstein, of London, England, and the late Mr. Orenstein. A white, and blue birthday cake trimmed the table. Mrs. Jack Robin, 6275 North-crest Place; her daughter, Mrs. Edward Lawrence Cohen, 177 Eton Crescent; and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Isaac Robin, 5581 Clanranald Avenue; gave a luncheon to honour the former's daughter, Miss Marilyn Robin, and the fiancee of Nathan Eli Gozansky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gozansky, 4821 Barclay Avenue. Present were one hundred and thirty-five guests. Mrs. Jack Robin, wore a black, peau de soie suit; with, a corsage of white carnations. Mrs. Cohen was in a beige, peau de soie dress, trimmed with mink; and her corsage was of pink carnations. Mrs. Isaac Robin wore a royal-blue wool dress; with a corsage of white, and pink carnations. Mrs. Gozansky, wearing a beige, wool suit; had a corsage, of white carnations. Miss Robin, the bride-to-be, wore a rust-coloured, silk suit; and had a corsage of white orchids. The table was beautified by a centrepiece of red ro?es; and white pom-poms, and carnations. Mrs. Edward Schrei-ber. of Quebec City, Quebec, cousin of the bride-to-be, was here for the event. The marriage will take place on March 13, at Zich-ron Kedoshim Synagogue. RESTAURANT AND SALON ROUGE 8255 BOUGAINVILLE (DECARIE) 737-3631 BIRTHS Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Zalman Rabin (nee Fay Mishkin), 1095 St. Aubin Street, on December 1, at the Jewish General Hospital, a son, Eli Mitehell; brother of Michael, aged two years; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. John Mishkin, G200 Clanranald Avenue; and of Mr. and Mrs. Max Rabin, 67G1 Cote St. Luc Road; great-grandson of Mrs. E. Rosen, 5050 Bourret Street; and of Mrs. M. Tarasofsky, G326 Trans Island Avenue. Godparents are Max Rabin, grandfather; and Mrs. E. Rosen, great-grandmother. Mr. Mishkin, grandfather, held the baby during the ceremony. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Stern (nee Eleanor Rother), 5320 Walkley Avenue, on September 8, at the Jewish General Hospital, a son, Stuart; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. William Rother, 4902 Cavendish Boulevard; and of Mrs. Dorothy Stern, 6705 Mountain Sights Avenue, and the late Sidney Stern; great-grandson of. Mrs. Martha Rother, 4910 Maplewood Avenue; and of Mrs. Rachel Cher-hofsky, 6739 Papineau Avenue. Godparents are Philip Frank, 5169 Jeanne Mance Street, great-uncle; and Miss Marilyn Stern, aunt, 6705 Mountain Sights Avenue. Mr. Rother, grandfather, held the baby during the ceremony. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Yudelson (nee Maxine Alter, formerly of Montreal), -of Long Island, N. Y., on October 9, at the. North Shore Hospital, a daughter, Robin Lori; sister of Deirdre Ann, aged three and one-half years; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Alter, 834 Stuart Avenue; and of Mr... and Mrs. Samuel Yudelson, of Long Island; great-granddaughter of Israel Press, 2495 Van Home Avenue, and the late Mrs. Rebecca Press. Born, to. Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Gaff en (nee Elle Wasserman), 5385 Bourret Street, on December 15, at the Jewish General Hospital, a son, Bradley Dov; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wasser-man, 7007 Clover Road; and of the late Harry Bernard Gaffen. Godparents are Leslie Mittelman, and his mother, Mrs. Leah Mittelman, both of 5745 Coolbrook Avenue. Mr. Wasserman, grandfather, held the baby during the ceremony. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Mendelman (nee Lenora Davis)/ 5825 Palmer Street, on October /7, at the Jewish General Hospital, a daughter, Gail Anne;.sister of .Ronald Daniel, aged two and one-half years; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Mendelman, 4705 Bourret Street; and of Maurice Davis, of Toronto, Ont.; and Mrs. Abe Socaransky, 5500 Snowdon Avenue. Born, to Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Murray Shetisky (nee Carole Berk, formerly of Toronto, Ont), of Detroit, Michigan, on November 13, at the Sinai Hospital, a daughter, Roslyn; sister of David Barry, aged two years; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myer Shetisky, 1662 Van Home Avenue, Montreal; and of Mr. and Mrs. William B. Berk, of Toronto, Ont.; great-granddaughter of Samuel Sacks, 2985 Bedford Road. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bellin (nee Roslyn Garelick), 10902 James Morrice Street, on September 12, at the Jewish General Hospital, a daughter, Shari Lynn; sister of Jason Harvey, aged two years; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moe Bellin, 6430 Clanranald Avenue; and of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Garelick, 2340 Paton Street; great-granddaughter of Mrs. Rebecca Tucker, 4875 Bourret Street; and of Beryl Belinsky, 6432 Clanranald Avenue. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. David Bloom (nee Beverley Gross), 5759 Rand Avenue, on September 15, at the Jewish General Hospital, a son. Earl Aaron; brother of Howard, aged ten years; Jeffrey, eight; and Mitchell, three; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Gross, 6280 Xorthcrest Place; and of Mrs. Penina Bloom, 3500 Linton Avenue, and the late Morris Bloom. Godparents are Steven Gross, 6280 Northcrest Place, uncle; and Miss Saryl Shear, 5535 Earle Road. Abe Gross, grandfather', held the baby during the ceremony. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Richer (nee Marilyn Fishman), .V2:V2 Kinvr Edward Avenue, on December 11, at the Royal Victoria OPfN 7 A.M. TO 9.30 P.M. DAILY, EXCLPT MONDAY. Victor's Pastry Shop Ar* at Mt*lr wlHi »«r>» y»», with rt»« M J«w(«h To e«r H»«t w» do** •v«ry M«fl4«y for «*nv*«i*«<« of o«r itvff. O»o focatroN ortfy — 4441 VICTORIA AVENUt, Hospital, a son, Jonathan Douglas; brother of Janice Anne, aged two years; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Bichcr, 6901 Baily Road; and of Moe Fishman, of Montreal; and Mrs. Morris Dit-kofsky, 2985 Graham Boulevard; great-grandson of Mrs. Deborah Greinberg, of Brussels, Belgium; of Mrs. Sarah Fishman, of Montreal; and of David Wineberg, 4750 Dupuis Avenue. Godparents are Charles R. Fishman, 2985 Graham Boulevard, uncle; and Mrs. Michael Obrahd, 5754 Rand Avenue, aunt. Morris Ditkofsky held the baby during the ceremony. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Abe Ba-scrman (nee Beverly Anchel), 5501 Randall Avenue, on November 25, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, a son, Stuart David; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anchel, 6585 Victoria Avenue; and of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Baserman, 4949 Kent Avenue. Godparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sol Saul Schrider, 4953 Kent Avenue. Mr. Baserman, grandfather, held the baby during the ceremony. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Grossman (nee Judy Jaslbw, formerly of Montreal), of .New York, on October 29, at Brookdale Gen-eral'Hospital, a son, Paul Mitchell; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Jaslow, 4200 Courtrai Avenue, Montreal; and of^Mr. and Mrs. Irving Grossman,' of Brooklyn, N. Y. Godparents are Mr. .and Mrs. Joseph Blend, 3145 Barclay Avenue, uncle, and aunt. J. Esbitt, great-uncle, of Long Island, N. Y., held the baby during the ceremony. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Myerson (nee Harriet Sklar), 4684 Notre Dame Street, on September 16, at the Jewish General Hospital, a daughter, Bonnie Joy; sister of Esther Pearl, aged three years; grand-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sklar, 5825 Souart Street; and of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman J. Myerson, 4850 Plamondon Street. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bercovitch (nee Rhoda Nadell), 4000 Kindersley Avenue, on October 24, at the Jewish General Hospital, a son, Jason Israel; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Bercovitch, 5555 Notre Dame de Grace Avenue; and of Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Nadell, 5450 King Edward Avenue; great-grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Tinkoff, 5753 Eldridge Street; and of Mrs. Ida Arshinoff, of Montreal, and the late Israel Arshinoff. Godparents are Lionel Packer, 2470 Nan-tel Street, uncle; and Mrs. Stanley Katz, 7021. Guelph Avenue, aunt. Mr, Tinkoff, great-grandfather, held the baby during the ceremony. fflRRRIRGES KRAMINER-WEISS The marriage of Miss Beverley Jacqueline Weiss, daughter of Mrs. Rae Weiss, 316 Marlatt Street/and the late William Weiss, to Theodore Kraminer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob I. Kraminer, 124 Aberdeen Avenue, was solemnized at Beth Ora Synagogue, on Tuesday, June 29, at half-past six o'clock, by Rabbi Morris Halpern, assisted by Rabbi P. Hirschprung, and Cantor Saniuel B. Taube. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Allan I. Weiss, and her mother. Her white peau de sole gown had a lace jacket and was fashioned with a round neckline; short sleeves; and A-line skirt extending as a long train. Her tulle illusion veil was combined with a lace mantilla; and she carried a prayer book with white orchids, and stephanotis. Mrs. Joseph Ko-chen, sister of the groom, was matron of honour, in a pink, and white silk, embroidered gown; and had a matching hat; and carried a cascade bouquet of pink, and white roses, and carnations. Mrs. Allan I. Weiss, sister-in-law of the bride; and Mrs. Carl Rosen, sister of the groom; were bridesmaids. Mrs. Weiss wore a printed, pink and white, peau de soie gown, ornamental with beaded appliques; and her hat matched it. Mrs. Rosen wore a water-melon-pink, chiffon gown; and a hat to match. Their bouquets were of pink, and white carnations, and roses. Mark Kra-miner was best man for his brother. The ushers were: Joseph Ko-chen, and Carl Rosen; brothers-in-law of the groom; Harvey Marcus, and Allan Weiss; cousins of the bride; Jerry Aspler, and Jacob Schuchntan. White, pink, and red carnations and pom-poms were the wedding flowers. An orchestra played. Three hundred and twenty-five guests were received. Mrs. Weiss, mother of the bride, wore a pink, beaded, peau de soie gown; made with a slim skirt; and her hat matched it. Mrs. Kraminer, mother of the prcom, wore a shocking-pink, peau de soie gown; made with a slim skirt; and a pink hat. Weddings * Bor-fWtrvahs if HCKJ$« Parties Rerrfofs RENTALS SAUS to**Ji urmiMAN 744-4t41 Party Time JACK SCO** mi U«rwrtt«i Make sure your banquet runs beautifully-by turning it over to the experts at the Mt. Royal a Handsome rooms for 50 to 700 a Famous cuisine a Superb service a Call our Mr. Bersier at 842-7777. The SHERATON-MT. ROYAL Hotel -Each had a corsage of white orchids. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Kraminer spent their "wedding trip in Europe, and Israel, having travelled via Air Canada; the bride going away in a beige, silk ensemble; with a corsage of white orchids. They have taken up residence at 6275 Northcrest Place. RPPROflCHinG IDRRRIRGES sung in the camps and ghettocs. Sidor Belarsky is' the singer. Greetings to the guests were delivered by Michael Comay, head of the Israeli delegation to the United Nations, and former Israeli Ambassador to, Canada; and by Norbert Wollheim, first vice president of the Belsen Association. A special musical program was given by a symphonic ensemble under the direction of Warner S. Bass. Mr.'and Mrs. Sol Levin, 4165 Harvard Avenue, announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Joyce Ruth Levin, to Gerald M. Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schwartz, 6070 Wilderton Crescent, to take place on Sunday, January 16, at Shaare Zion Synagogue. . EDITOR OF AUFBAU Mr. and Mrs. Issie Goldberg, 4502 Seventh Street, Chomedey, formerly of Tel Aviv, Israel, announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Chava (Eva) Goldberg, to Eddie Cutler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry; Cutler, 4838 Victoria Avenue, to take place on Sunday, January 23, at six o'clock, at Chevra Kadisha Bnai Jacob Synagogue. CLRSSIFIED LARGE BRIGHT room to let, with tv/o cupboards in heated apartment; with or without kitchen privileges; for woman or business girl. Cote des Neiges district; close to transportation. Call 737-5055. BRIGHT FURNISHED room to let in quiet, spacious, heated flat, with senior business woman, sole occupant. Outremont vicinity; excellent transportation. Kitchen privileges. Woman only. Call 272-6088. (Continued from Page One) .He became a U.S. citizen in 1945. In 1963, West Berlin's Mayor Willy Brandt presented to Dr. George the Berliner Bar award. He was a member of the Overseas Press Club, the Foreign Press Association, the Jewish Academy of Sciences, Bnai Brith, and the Zionist Organization of America, says the New York Times. Surviving are his widow, the former Miss Jeanette Simon, a former social worker whom he married in 1920 in Germany, a son, Frank D. George who is an architect of Stamford, Conn.; a daughter, Mrs. Renee G. O'SuWivan, who is a book illusUator; and th)^e grandchildren. There was a private funeral service. A lawyer, prolific author of plays and biographies, a journalist who ranged the world and a leader of liberal German republican politics, he was one of the tens of thousands of German-Jewish professionals who contributed to the flowering of a liberal and humane German culture before Hitler, says the New York Herald^ Tribune. It was his mission, Dr. George wrote later, to preserve in America what remained of that tradition. BRITISH OFFICER CALLS BELSEN A HORROR (Continued from Page One) includes more than 1,000 photographs, most of which are published for the first time. Volumes were presented to the War Museum of the British armed forces and to Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Jewish Congress, who also addressed the dinner. Announcement was also made of the publication of a Bergen-Belsen youth magazine, which includes stories, poems, and essays by children born in the Belsen camp after its liberation. The magazine is edited by Menachem Z. Rosensaft, son of the president of the Belsen Associations. The Associations also issued a recording entitled "Remember" which contains songs that were 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 Mackay Street UN. 6-9741 Delicious THIS WEEKS SPECIA BOSTON CREAM PIE . .49* l! tW M4r»it I II

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