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Full text: JUNE 1/ 1962 THE CANADIAN JEWISH REVIEW 11 Smart Women Buy CHICAGO PLASTIC COVERS Custom Cvt qiMj ftttM In your home by experts Separate dishlons with zippers and air vents. Two Year Written.Guarantee - Free tstlmattM RU. 7-3133 1904 Avenue Road tertalners, Introduced by Mrs. Dorothy Burt, end directed by Miss Barl Heisel, were: Mesdames 8. Hebscher, S. Maldenberg, Mark Stone, and Mr. and Mrs. George Frank. TORONTO MEETINGS ?JEWISH HOME FOR* THE AGED and Baycrest Hospital held their first fashion show, for all the residents, with these residents as models: Mesdames Fannie Gollom, Rebecca Horowitz, Millie Biback, Rose Grosberg, Molly Sandler, Til-lie Warner, Ruth Nyman, Goldie Rotenberg, and Becky Rocklin; and Miss Minnie Eisen. The commentators were: Misses Betty Jean Talbot and Margaret Brown; and Mrs. Betty Simpson assisted. The conveners were: Mesdames M. Mandel, who helped with the commentary; J. Litwin, who fitted the models; S. Small (Lillian), staff beautician; Percy Saltzman, William Wallensky, N. Pusitz, J. Ross, J. Kates, A. Cohen, J. Glinert. Women's Auxiliary fourth annual theatre night, on June 3, at O'Kee-fe Centre, will have Sam Levinson, noted monologist, as headliner, with Guy Marks, and Arthur Lee Simkins. A. Siegel of the Barclay Hotel, will present the show for the Home. Mr. Siegel has produced three previous shows for the Home and Hospital. The money raised from this project is used to develop a Day Care program in which seventy non-residents participate, persons awaiting admission who benefit from all phases of recreation and social aspects of the Home. Plans for a five million dollar expansion will make facilities available to them and many more on the waiting list, of permanent residents, and those for Day Care only. Tickets are available from: Mrs. Morris Zweig, chairman of theatre night, RU. 2-3439; Mrs. Irving Aaron, its treasurer, RU. 2-6976. Other committee members are: Mesdames Frank Godfrey, Louis H. Posluns, chairmen; William Pape, secretary; J. J. Silverman, H. R. Kobrick, publicity • Ger-shon Gordon, and Rhoda Lubotta, artistic advisors; Abe Posluns, Albert Salutin, Harold Kaplan, ticket conveners; Herbert Allen, Larry Baker, Tom Brown, Samuel Breslin, Alfred Dalgorf, Morris Duckman, Harry Eisen, Jr.; Charles Foster, L. Gans, A. Gins-burg, Bert Godfrey, Wolfe Goldberg, William Gutterson, Julius Hayman, Irving Hertzman, Sheldon Hildebrand, Harry Lucatch, J. Irving Oelbaum, Joseph Posluns, David Pulver, Montague Raisman, Sidney Roth, Gordon Roth, A. Seid-litz, Frank Silverman, Arthur L. Soles, Morris S. Till, Frank Wilson, Frank Winter, general committee. * BNAI ISRAEL- * BETH DAVID Synagogue, Albert Pappenheim, Rabbi: The Synagogue and sanctuary dedication took place at 55 Yeomans Road. Lieutenant Governor John Keiller Mackay, who officiated at the ground-breaking ceremonies in 1958, presented a crown which adorns one of the Torah Scrolls. It was received by Bernard Weinstein, chairman of the ritual committee. The Lieutenant Governor received a citation from Cecil Foreht, chairman of the fund-raising committee, for furtherance of brotherhood work. The dedication address was by Dr. Stuart Rosenberg, of Beth Tzedec Synagogue, who was introduced by Max Goody, president of the congregation. Rabbi Pappenheim and Cantor David Greengorten officiated, and Beth Sholom Synagogue choir sang, directed by Harvey Bomstein. Prayers were read by: Rabbis David Monson, Erwyi Schild, Shamai Kanter, JbsepV Kelman, Michael Celniker. Guest speakers were: Allan Grossman, MPP, representing Premier John Roberts; Eliezer DembiU, Israeli Consul; Bert Godfrey, president of the United Synagogue of America, Ontario Region; Councillor Irving Paisley, for Metropolitan Chairman William Allen; Councillor Fred Young, for Township of North York; Controller Philip Givens, for the City of Toronto. The Scrolls were carried by: Ben Goodman, Mirer Shelson, Joseph Feldt, Jack Manner, David Dunn, Sol. Gordon, Samuel Shulman, Barry Taub; and placed in the Ark by: William Fienberg, Irwin Hoffman. Jacob Adler, Hyman Stoll. The Eternal Light was kindled by Irving Atin, chairman of the dedication committee. The key to the Synagogue was presented by Jack Chisvin, chairman of the building committee, and accepted by Jack Litman, chairman of the board of governors. The cornerstone chest, containing a roll of members of the congregation, was presented by Dr. Mel-vern Katzman, president of the Brotherhood, to Mrs. Murray Vernon, president of the Sisterhood. ^rMiss Frances Helen Hoffman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hoffman, of North Bay, Ont., and the fiancee of Dr. Mervyn Deitel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Deitel, 79„ Shallmar Boulevard, wa? entertained by the Council of Jewish Women, at the home of Mrs. Harry List, 31 Camberwell Road; Deborah Chapter of Eastern Star, at the home of Mrs. Sidney Borins, 132 Ava Road; also by Mrs. Samuel Herman, of North Bay, Ont.; and Mrs. A. Herman, of Sudbury, Ont.; both aunts of the bride-elect, in North Bay, Ont. The marriage will take place on June 18, at Beth Tzedec Synagogue. t^The Pinkus Family Club annual dinner was given in the Club Oasis Room of the Barclay Hotel. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pinkus, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pinkus, Mr. and Mrs. William Pinkus, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Pinkus, Mr. and Mrs. William Steinberg, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dinkin, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dinkin, James Pinkus, Mrs. Rae Godfrey, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Godfrey, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Miller, Mr. and Mrs. M. Finkelstein, Mr. and Mrs. A. Wasserman, Mr. and Mrs. M. Carr, Mr. and Mrs. William Bott; Robert Miller, and his fiancee, Miss Gayl Sacks. ^A sherry party at the home of Mrs. Reuben Dennis, 125 Kilbarry Road, honoured those who gave $25 or more in aid of youth immigration to Israel. Receiving with her were: Mesdames Sydney Wise, Bernard Mayer, Benson Orenstein. Those who poured the beverages were: Mesdames Allan Small, Samuel Posluns, Jacob Goldstein, Barry Perlman, Joseph Wagman, Hyman Green, Wolfe Goldberg, Irving Lerman. The winner of a ten-day cruise to the West Indies aboard the S. S. Jerusalem was Mrs. K. Caplin, 124 Strath-earn Road. * MIZRACHI * HAPOEL Hamizrachi Women Bruria Chapter met at Vaughan Road Centre, Mrs. I. Kelner presiding. Mrs. I. Kelner is secretary. A drive for summer clothing for Israel was discussed. A raffle, donated by the hostess, Mrs. I. Horenfeldt, was won by Mrs. Z. Nisker. Refreshments were served by the hostess, Mrs. P. Horenfeldt, assisted by Mesdames S. Orfus, and H. Kaufman. * MACHZIKEI BNAI * ISRAEL Synagogue closing cultural breakfast meeting had seventy present. Julius Marcus presided. Julius Hayman, guest speaker, spoke on "The Fourteenth Year Of The Statehood of Israel". Meyer Feldman, chairman of the board, thanked him. Cantor Nathan Stol-nitz and Cantor I. Hammerman sang Israeli songs. * BNAI BRITH it WOMEN Manor Chapter Number 877 annual Mother's Day dinner had one hundred and fifty-seven present. Seated at the head table were: Mrs. B. Picov, the president, and her mother, Mrs. L. Gula; Mrs. M. Amsterdam, chairman; and her mother, Mrs. E. S. Klebanoff, and her mother-in-law, Mrs. H. Amsterdam; Mrs. S. Dick, and her mother, Mrs. S. Brenner, and her mother-in-law. Mrs. J. Dick; Mrs. Joseph Silver, vice-president, and her mother, Mrs. Jubas, and her mother-in-law, Mrs. Jack Silver; and Mrs. A. Picov, vice-president, and her mother, Mrs. J. Golomb; counsellor, Mrs. I. Kirsch, and her mother-in-law, Mrs. M. Kirsch. Mrs. Picov gave the toast to the mothers; and Mrs. M. Kirsch responded. Convener of entertain, ment was Mrs, D. Gurevitch. En- * STUDENT ZIONIST * Organization of HiUel Foundation held the annual spring seminar at the Tides Hotel, in . Jackson's Point, Ont Guest speakers were: Julius Hayman, Julius Sokoloff, Ben- Zion Shapiro, on "Zionism-Solution Or Illusion!" Those who attended were: Misses Toby Horowitz, president of Buffalo Chapter, of Buffalo, N. Y.; Judy Offenberg. national membership chairman, of New York; Linda Coen, of Blng-hamton, N. Y.; Heather Rosling, of Sydney, Australia; Saul Penof-sky, of Montreal, Que.; Daniel Rosling, of Sydney, Australia; Patricia Brown, Alice Sosna, Sheila Frank,-Sandy Bach; Harold Levy, president; Allan Levi, vice-president; Joel Miller, secretary-treasurer; Mel Grossman, publicity chairman; Maurice Weisfeld, social chairman; Maxwell Joel, chairman of the convention; Paul Weinzweig, Carl Rotenberg. Conveners were: Miss Sheila Frank, and Mel Grossman. it HOLY BLOSSOM * TEMPLE The Toronto regional finals of the third national Bible contest took place under the supervision of Alexander Brown, education consultant of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Paul Cass, son of Dr. and Mrs. Elie Cass, Glenayr Road, was the winner. He is a grade nine student at the University of Toronto Schools. He received a camp scholarship to attend the Union Institute of Living Judaism, in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. At the national finals in New York. Paul placed fourth. He is the brother of Chaim, aged ten years; and of David, six and one-half; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. A. $Abkin, 3171 Bathurst Street; and of Mr. and Mrs. A. Cass, 155 Huron Street. DEATHS Dr. Sigmund Samuel, 104 Forest Hill Road, died on Sunday, April 29, at Toronto Western Hospital, at the age of ninety-four years. He was the widower of Mrs. Leah May Samuel; and is survived by two daughters: Mrs. Michael Albury (Kathleen), of London, England; and Mrs. Florence Willis, 104 Forest Hill Road; two sons: Lewis Samuel, 291 Inglewood Drive; and Norman Samuel, 11 Glen Edith Drive; six grandchildren: Mrs. Lionel Gordon (Gillian), of London, England, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Albury; Ernest Samuel, 1066 Indian Road, son of Mrs. Florence Willis; Mrs. Neil Currie (Margaret), of Chicago, 111.; Edith and Lewis, children of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Samuel; and Stewart Slatkin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Samuel; and'six greatgrandchildren: Andrew Michael Gordon; Tammy and Kim, daughters of Mr. and Mrs: Ernest Samuel; Thomas Samuel, Naomi Linda, and John Lawrence Currie. Rabbi W. Gunther Plaut officiated at funeral services at the Holy Blossom Temple. Rabbi Abraham L. Fein-berg delivered the eulogy. Interment was at Holy Blossom Memorial Park. Dr. Sigmund Samuel, philanthropist, gave more than $1,000,000 for the ad-vancement of Canadian culture. He aided in building the archives in Queen's Park to which he contributed his priceless collection of Canadians. He also contributed towards a library of Chinese books for the Royal Ontario , Museum. He gave $500,000 to the University of Toronto library, and a further $250,000 for other purposes. In 1951 he gave Toronto Western Hospital $100,000 for its radiology department. On his ninety-first birthday, he was awarded the Civic Award of Merit by the City of Toronto. Morris Chousky, 1411 Eglinton Avenue West, died on Friday, April 13, at the Wellesley Hospital. He is survived by two daughters: Mrs. M. Bolter (Annie), 1960A Eglinton Avenue West; and Mrs. H. Caplan (Esther), 124 Strathearn Road; six sons: Abe, 180 Pannahill Road; Jack, of Toronto; Charles, 439 Oriole Parkway; Alex, of Vancouver, B.C.; Louis, of Toronto; and Norman, 641 Lawrence Avenue West; fourteen grandchildren: Norman Bolter, 643 Lawrence Avenue West, and Mrs. Mack Berkun (Renee), 1960A Eglinton Avenue West, children of Mr. and Mrs. M. Bolter; Mrs. Simon Zucker (Sharon), 45 Wasdale Crescent, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. H. Caplan; Mrs. David Nelson (Helen), 107 God-dard Avenue, and Mrs. Nat. Kut-ner (Belle), 180 Pannahill Road, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Chousky: Marilyn, Murray, and Allan, children Of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chousky; Mrs. Harry Silver (Layla), 2516 Bathurst Street, and Joseph, children of Mr. .and Mrs. Charles Chousky; Herbert, son of Mr. and Mrs* Alex Chousky; Jerry, 140 Robert Street, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Chousky; Barbara, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Chousky; and Jack Qhousky, 41 Collinson Boulevard, son of Mrs. Esther Chousky, 66 Gloucester Grove, and the late Leo Chousky; and fourteen great- Eandchildren: Linda, daughter of r. and Mrs. Norman Bolter; Lorne and Pamela Berkun; Rona Zucker; Joanne, Leslie, and Edward Nelson; Howard and Karen Kutner; Randi Lynn Silver: Heather and Edie, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Chousky; Vicki and Lorne, children, of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chousky. Rabbi Aaron Zimmerman officiated at funeral services. Interment was at Roselawn Avenue Cemetery. Shiva was private. Alfred Laufer, 287 Briar Hill Avenue, died at the .New Mount Sinai Hospital, on May 7, at the age of sixty years. He\s survived by his wife, Mrs. Edith Laufer; two brothers: Dr. Otto Laufer, 36 Peveril Hill Road North; and Robert Laufer, of New York. Rabbi David Monson officiated at funeral services. Interment was at Bathurst Lawn Cemetery. Sljiva was at the home. Ben Zion Garbath, 11 MarkdaU Avenue, died on May 8, at his home, at the age of sixty-six years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Rose Garbath; a daughter, Mrs. A. Kohn (Ruby), of New York; and two grandchildren, Jonathan Israel and Judith Barbara Kohn. Rabbi M. G. Celniker officiated at funeral services at Beth Tzedec Synagogue chapel. Burial was at Beth Tzedec Memorial Park. Shiva was at the home. Mrs. Sarah Forties, 33 Beverley Street, aged sixty years, died at home on May 6. She is survived by her husband, David Forties; three sisters: Mrs. M. Fortus (Ida), 135 Augusta Avenue; Mrs. Ben Golding (Esther), 193 Glen Cedar Road; and Mrs. A. Zigel-stein, 16 Wellwood Avenue. Rabbi Albert Pappenheim officiated at funeral services at College Memorial Chapel. Interment was at Dawes Road Cemetery. Shiva was at 16 Wellwood Avenue. Mrs. Rae Feeder, 103 Gough Avenue, died on Thursday, May 3, at the age of eighty-seven years. She was the widow of Morris Feeder; and is survived by three daughters: Mrs. H. Profenna (Ethel), 136 Mortimer Avenue; Mrs. H. Miller (Rose), £f Las Vegas, Nevada; and Mrs. Frances Goldstein, 122 Searle Avenue; four sons: Harry, of Los Angeles, Calif.; Samuel, 3896 Bathurst Street; William, and Joseph, 85 Phillip Avenue; nine grandchildren; and ten great-grandchildren. Rabbi A. Zimmerman officiated at funeral services. Interment was at Dawes Road Cemetery. Shiva was at 3896 Bathurst Street, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Faeder. Mrs. Hilda Kirshenbaum, 40 Me-nin Road, died on May 2, at New Mount Sinai Hospital, at the age of sixty-one years. She is survived by her husband, Morris Kirshenbaum; three sons: Louis Kirshenbaum 702 Briar Hill Avenue; Arom Hye Kirshenbaum, 19 Ridge-vale Drive; and Meyer Kirshenbaum of Israel; seven grandchildren: Marsha, Jeffrey, Ricki, and Elliott, children of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kirshenbaum; Paula, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Avrom Hye Kirshenbaum; and Narith and David, children of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Kirshenbaum; a brother, Philip, 618 St. Germaine Avenue; and a sister, Mrs. A. Leff (Annie)," 100 Pen-drith Street. Rabbi M. G. Celniker officiated at funeral services from the chapel of Beth Tzedec Synagogue. Burial was at Dawes Road Cemetery. Shiva was at the home. Phiiip Snow (Sosnowski), 92 Shelborne Avenue, died on Saturday, May 5, at the age of sixty-eight years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Edith Snow; two sons: Milton Snow, 8 Strathearn Road; and Laurv Snow, 63 Sparrow Avenue; eight grandchildren: Maureen, Stephen, Howard, and Jeffrey, children of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Snow; Billi, Jody, Paula, and Cindy, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Laury Snow; a brother, Leo Sosnowski, 116 Dell Park Avenue; and a sister. Mrs. Morris Singer (Toby), 82 Baycrest Avenue. Rabbi Emanuel Schochet officiated at funeral services. Interment was at Keltzer Sick Benefit Society Section of Dawes Road Cemetery. Shiva was at the home. Mrs. Bertha Laufman, 105 Las-celles Boulevard, died at the Doctors <, Hospital, on May 14, at the age of sixty years. She is survived by a son, Howard Laufman; two daughters: Miss Molly Laufman: and Mrs. L. Blevis (Reta); and four grandchildren; all of Toronto; two sisters: Mrs. S. Krokof-sky, of Stratford, Ont.; and Mrs. S. Pastor, of Santa Monica. Rabbi Benjamin Hauer officiated at funeral services. Interment was at Lamb ton Cemetery. Shiva was at the home. Mrs. Dora Rosenberg, 790 Eglinton Avenue West, died on Thursday, April 19, at the New Mount Sinai Hospital, at the age of seventy-four years. She is survived by her husband, Norman Rosenberg; two daughters: Mrs. B. Garfield (Merle)t of Detroit, Mich.; and Mrs. B. Goodman (Helen), of Truro, N.S.; six grandchildren: Jane and Gerald Garfield; Stanley and Lorne Goodman; and Maggie and Precey, 58>5l CHICAGO KOSHER PRODUCTS 58 FEDERAL GOVERNMENT INSPECTED Under the wpervhhn of Rabbi F. Rltenman Now available in all better chain stores, groceries, appetisers, and delicatessens throughout Canada. manufactured by UNION KOSHER SAUSAGE Co. Ltd. 56 LIPPJNCOTT STREET Phone: 368-4244 TORONTO daughters of Mrs. Frances Rosenberg, of Hartford, Conn., and the late Bertram Rosenberg; and a brother, Morris Pullan, 595 Bay Street. Rabbi Stuart E. Rosenberg officiated at funeral services at Beth Tzedec Synagogue. Interment was at Beth Tzedec Memorial Park. Shiva was private. Norman Keltz died at his home, 1065 Don Mills' Road, on April 18, at the age of thirty-nine years. He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Morris Keltz; and is survived by three sisters: Mrs. J. Samburg (Sylvia), of Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. Philip Tarnow (Lillian)-, 1189 Avenue Road; Miss Anne Keltz, 1065 Don Mills Road; three brothers: Henry, 582 St. Clements Avenue, Archie, of Detroit, Mich.; and Gordon, 70 Larabee Crescent. Rabbi G. Felder officiated at funeral services. Burial was at Roselawn Cemetery. Shiva was at 1189 Avenue Road, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Tarnow. years. She is survived by her husband, Israel Greenblatt; a son, David, 64 Strathearn Road; two daughters: Mrs. Ralph Burke (Mitzi), of St. Catharine's, Ont.; and Mrs. William Paul (Ena), 191 Parkside Drive; and nine grandchildren: Heather, Karen, and Maxine Burke; Michael, Jesse, and Steven Greenblatt; and Lissa, Susan, and Marden Paul. Rabbi I. Hurwitz officiated at the funeral services. Interment was in Lamb-ton Park Cemetery. Shiva was private. Mrs. Eva Sanders, 1679 Bathurst Street, died on April 19, at the age of seventy-seven years. She was the widow of Solomon Sanders; and is survived by two sons: Charles, 236 Dunvegan Road; and Harry, 124 Lyndhurst Avenue; two daughters: Mrs. II. Pachter (Sara), 83 Ava Road; and Mrs. Anne Sherwin, of New York; eleven grandchildren: Judy, Michael, Arthur, and Eleanor; children of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sanders; Paul, and Teddy; children of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sanders; Maida, Charles, Karen, and David Pachter; and Susan Sherwin. Rabbi W. Gunther Plaut, and Rabbi Jer-ald Bobrow officiated at funeral services, assisted by Cantor Samuel Stolnitz, at Holy Blossom Temple. Interment was at the Workmen's Circle of Roselawn Avenue Cemetery. Mrs. Sanders was a life member of the Workmen's Circle, JJranch 572 B. Max Meyers, 47 Brixham Terrace, died at April 24, at New Mount Sinai Hospital, at the age of sixty-three years. He is survived by ,his wife, Mrs. Sarah Meyers; a son, Harold, 82 Blaydon Avenue; two daughters: Mrs. Samuel Green (Beatrice), 47 Brixham Terrace; and Mrs. M. Fidler (Frances), of Los Angeles, Calif.; seven grandchildren: Fern and Sanford, children of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Myers; Cheryl, Lee, Marlon and Kelly, children of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Green; and Michelle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Fidler. Rabbi Shamai Kanter and Rabbi Bernard Rosensweig officiated at funeral services. Burial was at Bathurst Lawn Cemetery. Shiva was at the home. Mrs. Ida Krivy, died on April 29, at the, Baycrest Hospital, at the age of eighty years. She was the widow of Reverend Joseph Krivy; and is survived by: a daughter, Mrs. Anna Weisberger, of Brooklyn, N.Y.; three sons: Maurice, 942 Avenue Road; Harry of Brooklyn, N.Y.; and Stanley, 136 Overbrook Place; four grandchildren: Jerry Weisberger, of Los Angeles, Calif.; Boris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Krivy; Leonard, of Beth Page, N.Y., son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Krivy; and Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Krivy; two great-grandchildren: Mark, and Glenn Weisberger, of Los Angeles, Calif.; and twol sisters; Mrs. Ita Zuckert, of Toronto; and Mrs. M. Enushevsky, of Welland, Ont. Rabbi J. Kelman officiated at the funeral services. Interment was at Bathurst Lawn Cemetery. Shiva was at 942 Avenue Road, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Krivy. Simon Cohen, 3257 Bathurst Street, died at the Toronto General Hospital, on April 28, at the age of sixty-two years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Celia Cohen; a daughter, Mrs. Saul Friesner (Esther), 55 Exbury Road; a son, Albert, 29 Fraser-wood Avenue; five grandchildren: Terry, Robin, and Brian Friesner; and Barry and Gerald Cohen; three brothers: Joseph, 369 Walm-er Road; Irving, of Toronto; and Nathan, of Detroit, Mich.; two sisters: Mrs. Irving Field (Rebecca), 15 Shallmar Boulevard; and Mrs. Harry Field (Gertrude) 470 Wilson Avenue. Rabbi Bernard Rosensweig officiated at funeral services. ISurial was at Mount Sinai Memorial Park. Shiva was at the home. Mrs. Yetta Gertler, 53 Ranee Avenue, died on April 22, at the Toronto General Hospital. She was the widow of Moisha Gertler; and is survived by a son, Max Gertler; a daughter, Mrs. J. Kerns (Shen-del), both of Chicago, 111.; her mother, Mrs. Rachel Pshenitza, 53 Ranee Avenue; six grandchildren: Elaine and Martin Gertler; and Robin, Steven, Stuart, and Jay Kerns; three brothers: Daniel Prenick, 69 Borden Street; Percy Pernica, 53 Ranee Avenue; and Shim Pernica, 579 Lauder Avenue; and three sisters: Mrs. I. Kiesel-stein (Bessie), 62 Whitburn Avenue; Mrs. M. Isenberg (Pearl), 1806 Dufferin Street; and Miss Ida Pernica, 53 Ranee Avenue. Rabbi Bernard Rosensweig officiated at funeral services. Interment was at Dawes Road Cemetery. Sh^iva was at the home. Mrs. Annie Rosen, 3890 Bathurst Street, died on Friday, April 22, at the age of sixty-eight years. She is survived by her husband, Samuel Rosen; two sons: Tommy Heit, of St. Catharine's, Ont.; and Paul Heit, 38 Laurelcrest Avenue; five grandchildren: Solette. Mar-vene, Florrie, and Brian, children of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Heit; Sharon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heit; a sister, Mrs. David Scolnick, of Los Angeles, Calif.; and a brother, Morris Snodofsky, 620 Dundas Street West. Rabbi Jordan Pearlson officiated at the funeral services. Interment was at Bathurst Lawn Cemetery. Shiva was at 38 Laurelcrest Avenue, home of Mr. and Mr3. Paul Heit, son and daughter-in-law. A v<> w *&Hl Mrs. Toby Ball. 521 Finch Av nue, died on April 30, at the tor's Hospital, at the age of tei two years. She was the widow o Solomon Ball; and is survived by two daughters: Mrs. Faye Sherman, 11 Kirkland Boulevard; and Mrs. E. Golant (Rose), 458 Lawrence Avenue West; two sons: Jack Ball, and Allen Ball, 619 Briar Hill Avenue; and eight grandchildren: Alan Sherman,.640 Roselawn Avenue; and Barbara Sherman; Annette and Stephen Golant; Robin and Shelley; children of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ball; and Janice and Stanley Caplin, 215 Clanton Park Road, the children of the late Mrs. David Caplin (Sally). Rabbi M. G. Celniker officiated at the funeral services. Interment was at Dawes Road Cemetery. Shiva was private. Mrs. Sarah Greenblatt, 191 Parkside Drive, died suddenly on May 1, at the age of seventy-two Alex Avruskin, of Fergus, Ont., died on April 26, at the age of forty-five years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Belle Avruskin; a son, Milton, aged sixteen years; and a daughter, Dianne, thirteen; three brothers: Dr. Ben Ruskin, of Milwaukee, Wise; and Morris and William Avruskin, of Salem, Ont; five sisters: Mrs. M. Zad-kin (Bess), 1 Roseneath Gardens; Mrs. H. Laywine (Mary), 1 Mc-Gillivray Avenue; Mrs. A. Oreck-Hn (Kay), 85 Regal Road; Mrs. H. Clavir (Isobel), 2175 Avenue Road; and Mrs. S. Bernstein (Till), 208 Haddington Avenue. Rabbi Albert Pappenheim; and Rabbi Harold Lerner, of Guelph, Ont., officiated-at funeral services at College Memorial Chapel. Burial was at Bnai Israel Beth David section of Dawes Road Cemetery. Shiva was in Fergus, Ont. Mr. Avruskin was a member of the Beth Isaiah Synagogue in Guelph, Ont. DEEPEST SYMPATHY zioinskoj dhhK lyapatfcy t* mm wh« mm* fealty •* hm \mf Hymmm zm«»fc*r«, u1 W*mk*lm— ray may 10, if 41. t*4ty «Ism4 by mmd At teem. COLLEGE MEMORIAL CHAPEL ftmmXr XJnttmi h«*rtw pam«ru parlmr 331 Cellefe St. — WA. 2-0619

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