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Full text: THE CANADIAN JEWISH REVIEW APRIL 27, 1962 Thm Bride's Hemsley's Bridal Registry If you are a bride-to-be, select and register your favored patterns in sterling and stainless flatware, crystal stemware and china with Hemsley's Bridal Registry. Your preferences from out superb array of fine merchandise is recorded by Hemsley's for the guidance of your friends and relatives. Illustrated here is out Trento patterned by Celsa, one example from our distinguished selection of sterling tableware. 6 pc. place setting 38.50 He/visLeys 664 St. Catherine St. W. 394 St. James St. W. fecial ttete*-^fttthtreat The Hon. Mr. Justice Benjamin Robinson and Mrs. Robinson, 86 Forden Crescent, are touring France, Israel, and the Near East. Dr. and Mrs. Hyman Israel, and Jo-Ann, and Alan, 3606 Westmount Boulevard, celebrated the first Passover Seder with his brother Myron Israel, and Arlene, and William, 4727 Westmount Boulevard; and his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Israel, 4820 Cumberland Avenue. Spring flowers centered the table. Dr. and Mrs. Wilfred Gallay, of Rockcliffe Park, Ottawa, Ont., visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Eric S. Helfield, 3104 Kildare Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Eric Sinclair spent their wedding trip in Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. Mrs. Sinclair is the former Miss Joan Linda Lipson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Lipson, 5040 Mira Road. Mr. Sinclair is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sinclair, 4576 Stanley Weir Street. Mrs. Rachel Ehrenreich, 5419 Victoria Avenue, was with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Litwack, and Paul Michael, and Marilyn Beverley, of Ottawa, Ont., for the second Passover Seder and the last days of the holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Glagow. and Maureen, Steven, Hillary, ana Jaqueline, of New Rochelle, N.Y., were with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Katz, 5727 Went-worth Avenue, for Passover. Ralph Steinman, and his brother, Seymour Steinman, both of 3440 Ridgewood Avenue, were with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. UNJv.rtlry 6-7167 for Bar M/ftvah or Woddtna Gifts DANISH SILVERSMITHS also Repairing A aotilvorlna C P. Pitmti, mi Mickir St., MMtrnt Patronize Review Advertisers, Say: "I saw your ad in the Canadian Jewish Review". I if < Jewellery and Diamonds SHALOM BLOOM South Africa Diamond Co. 1259 PHILLIM SQUAIE, ROOM 204 UN. t-StS3 - UN. 1-4041 Steinman, of Sherbrooke, Quebec, on the second Seder. Mr. and Mrs, Kalman Angel, 4075 Isabella Avenue, were in the group of the Jewish National Fund tour to Europe and Israel. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Grossman, and Joyce and Jewel, form* erly of 3070 Linton Avenue, have taken up residence at 685 One Hundred and First Street, Cho-medey. Mr. and Mrs. D. Lecker, and Bram, 4150 Plamondon Avenue, will move to 4615 Carlton Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. J. Levy, and Me-linda, Ruth, and Shari Etta, formerly of 3800 Bouchette Avenue, have taken up residence at 1359 Martel Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Ben. Urman, and Ruth Linda, and Daniel Lindsay, 1095 Mill Hill Road, Chomedey, will take up residence in Miami Beach, Florida. Mrs. Clara Levi, 4000 Dupuis Avenue, spent two months in Miami Beach, Florida. Mr. and Mrs. D. Szalavetz. and Roberta, and Maria, formerly of 4645 Plamondon Avenue, nave taken up residence at 2162 St. Louis Place. Mr. and Mrs. Ely Prashker, and Elaine, and Steven, 614 Smart Avenue, will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Butovsky, of Ottawa, Ont. Mr. and Mrs. R. Sherman, and Neil, and Brenda, of Toronto, Ont., were with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Rosenbloom, 6288 Trans Island Avenue, for Passover. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Goodman, 4715 Plamondon Avenue, spent their wedding trip in Miami Beach, Florida. Mrs. Goodman is the former Miss Sheila Kotler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kotler, 6245 Mountain Sights Avenue. Mr. Goodman is the son of Mrs. Eva Goodman, 88 McGuire Street, and the late David Goodman. Mr. and Mrs. Max Stern, and Michael, and Howard, formerly of 4880 Plamondon Avenue, have taken up residence at 5627 Greenwood Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Green-berg (nee Sheila Gold), of La Tuque, Que., formerly of Montreal, and daughter, Marlene, who was born here on April 5, are with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Greenberg, 2535 Goyer Street. Mr. and Mrs. H. Kaplan, and Glenn Jay, Wayne Lee, and Evan Allen, of Long Island, N.Y., were with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Birenbaum, 5276 Mariette Avenue, for Passover. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Silverstone, and Alexis, of New York, spent Confidence... Morgan's COLD fur storage vaults! Modern cold fur storage ot controlled temperature and humidity Filtered air protects your furs, keeps them "alive" Finest protection from heat deterioration, mildew, moth Call VI. 2-6261 for pickup ... or leave your furs at any Morgan store Insurance and estimate of repairs included And it costs no more - to store at Morgan's! JUUA OF SN0WD0N jMit Arrival Skort and Una. Formats "MARTY" OF oWziRLAND SI »0 QUIIN MARY ftOAfi, tVIH )z HU. 1 - III* Passover with his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. N. Zimelstern, 3995 Mackenzie Street. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Goldstein, and Ghlori, and Stewart Howard, formerly of 3005 Bedford Road, have taken up residence at 4517 Fourth Street, Chomedey. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Melamed, and Norman, formerly of 8210 Goyer Street, have taken up residence at 5340 Dudemaine Street. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goldstein, 16 DeQuincy Boulevard, Toronto, Ont.; spent Passover with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Zwirek, 1067 Reynald Avenue; and on the second Seder were with his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Goldr stein, and Michael, Ellen, and Avrum, 5774 Davies Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. H. Erlichman, 5050 Bourret Avenue,-took a two-week vacation at the Di Lido Hotel, in Miami Beach, Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cohen, and Mira Robin, Karen Sue, and Robert Jeremy, formerly of 6005 Mountain Sights Avenue, have taken up residence at 637 Smart Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Solly Bloomfield, and son, Harry Bloomfield, 3816 Plamondon Avenue, will take up residence at 5710 Edgemore Avenue. Dr. and Mrs. Morris Freedman (nee Victoria Dinovitzer), and son, Nordau A. Freedman, of New York, were here for the funeral of her brother, Oscar Dinovitzer, 4800 Decarie Boulevard. Charles Cohen, of Detroit, Mich., was here for the brith of his grandson, Robert Jeremy; son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cohen (nee Dena Barg), brother of Mira Robbin, and Karen Sue, 637 Smart Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Lam, and Michael Steven, of Philadelphia, Pa., were with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sailer, 823 Dollard Avenue; and her grandmother, Mrs. Bessie Slabosky, 1630 Van Home Avenue, for Passover. David Archinoff, and sons, Irwin and Glen, of Toronto, Ont., spent the last days of Passover with his mother, Mrs. Sarah Man-delzys; and his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Issie Man-delzys, and Nathan, 4722 Maple-wood Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. M. Lebovitz, and daughter, Rickey, 829 Dollard Avenue, will move to 2032 Goyer Street. Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Herrmann, 4870 Maplewood Avenue, spent Passover at the Marcy Hotel, in Lake Placid, N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Koerner, and Sarah, 5739 Darlington Avenue, will take up residence at 3190 Van Home Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. A. Reisman, and Sidney Michael, and Audrey Susan, of Buffalo, N.Y., were with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schachet, 5365 Esplanade Avenue, for Passover. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Suss, and Stewart, and Susan, of Loudon-ville, N.Y., spent Passover with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. Richstone, and Sandra Meryl, and Myra Lynn, 2760 Darlington Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Zwirek, formerly of 5810 Decelles Place, have taken up residence at 1067 Reynald Avenue. Miss Nina Levine, of New York, formerly of Montreal, spent some time with her mother, Mrs. Ida Levine; 3534 Van Home Avenue; her grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Uditsky, 4373 Esplanade Avenue; and her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Levine, and Dawn Gail, 4855 St. Catherine Road. Miss Levine is the daughter of the late Leo Levine. Sheldon Boskie, 4760 Barclay Avenue, is spending a week in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Ben. Goldberg, and daughter, Miss Joan Goldberg, 250 Kensington Avenue, had with them for the first Passover Seders: Myron Israel, and Arlene, and William, 4727 Westmount Boulevard; Mr. and Mrs. Saul Israel, 4820 Cumberland Avenue, her brothers and sister-in-law; and Simon Dresdner, 3445 Cote des Neiges Road. BIRTHS Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Hy Ra-binovitch (nee Shirley Greenfield), 620 G rat ton Street, on April 2, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, a daughter, Gail Beth; sister of Marilyn, aged fifteen years; and Samuel, ten; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rabinoviteh, 747 Algonquin Avenue; and of Mrs. Lena Greenfield, 5020 St Kevin Avenue. Born, to Dr. and Mrs. Abraham LeviU (nee Bernice Hatch), 6628 Pinedale Avenue, Montreal, formerly of St John's, Newfoundland, on March 31, at the Jewish General Hospital, twins, a son, and a daughter, David Martin, and Tama ra Marie; brother and sister of Suzanne, aged two and one-half years; and Carolyn, one and one-half; grandchildren of Mr, and Mrs. Bernard Levits; and of Mr. if it Covert * Floor ... it Costs less at BEL0FF BROS. FLOORING & TILE Asphalt - ***** - Vlayt - Un tloeriaf Kftcaan omattr topi/ tur specialty Inquiries err* Invited. No Charge. 251 Barnard Ave.,Corner Jeanne Manco Street DoyiCR. 2-3584 Nlflfct Coltai HI. 7-4348 2-3432 All lUTUIAlt SOLO AM lUrHUD HtK ISTIMATI MONTREAL PLASTIC SUP COVERS Custom-Mada for alt kinds af ChetfetfleWe aad Ckarrs. 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BAR-MITZVAHS Laundry & Cleaning Service THE SPECIALTY SHOP OF CLEANING LA. 7-2166 Quality Dr«p;r>- CLn.r.in.f :VENETIAN BLINDS! Irwin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Stein, 986 Davaar Avenue, was called to the Reading of the Law, in honour of his bar-mitzvah at Chevra TTiilim Synagogue. He is the brother of Peggy, aged nine years; and Howard, six; frandson of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph tein, 4108 De Bullion Street; and of Mrs. Jennie Sabbath, 992 Davaar Avenue, and the late Max Sabbath. Kiddush was observed. A luncheon in the Synagogue hall followed services. SALES SERVICE ' Cleoning & Repoiring Custom Mad* Blinds t Louii Ltblinc, prop. HU. 8-5895 Ely, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Garfinkle, 6612 Wilderton Avenue', was called to the Reading of the Law, in honour of his bar-mitzvah, at Adath Israel Synagogue. Kiddush was. observed. Neil, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schneider, 5250 King Edward Avenue, was called to the Reading of the Law, in honour of his bar-mitzvah at Shevat Achim Synagogue. He is the brother of Stanley Schneider; and Robert, aged seven years; grandson of Mrs. Ida Schneider, 5242 King Edward Avenue, and the late Joseph Schneider; and of Mr. and Mrs. Lazar Lansky, 5610 Palmer Avenue. A Kiddush luncheon was served. Hair Stylists are Happy to Announce That "MISS PATSY" has now joined our staff., 5170 QUEEN MARY ROAD, APT. 6 HU. 9-8211 -2 Buy from Review Advertisers, Say: "I saw your ad in the Canadian Jewish Review**. Children's Gimps Irving Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Epstein, 758 Davaar Avenue, will be called to the Reading of the Law, in honour of his bar-mitzvah, on April 28, at Beth David-Beth Yitzchok-Kehal Jesh-urun Synagogue. He is the brother of Miss Carol Myra Epstein; and Sari-Dale, ageo six years; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Weinberg, 17 Nelson Avenue; and of Mrs. Rachel Epstein, 1757 Hartenstein Avenue, and of the late Louis Epstein. A luncheon in the Synagogue hall, will follow services. 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