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Full text: THE CANADIAN JEWISH REVIEW JUNES, 1966 «# PORTRAITS — WEDDINGS — BAR MITZVAHS IMPRESSIVE COLOUR MOVIES 7I7-I371 1351 EGLINTON AVE. W. Mr. and Mrs. P. Rubin, 384 Cortleigh Boulevard, returned from a six-month vacation in Tucson, Arizona. While in Arizona, they were visited by their son-in-law and daughter, His Worship Mayor Phillip Givens, of Toronto, and Mrs. Givens, and Eleanor, and Michael. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldman, formerly of 23 Terrydale Drive, now of 4081 Bathurst* Street, have returned from a four month's vacation in Miami Beach, Florida, . via Air Canada. They stayed at the Sagamore Hotel. .'-When Mr. and Mrs. Go4dman returned .home, they were greeted at the airport by their sons and daughters-in-law: Mr. and Mrs. Murray Goldman, and Faith, Gary and Howard, 23 Terrydale Drive; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Goldman, and Leonard, Michael and Sandra, 23 Wilmington Aveijue; and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Goldman, and David and Tobi, 12 Combe Avenue; and Mrs. Goldman's brother and sister-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Abe Medjuck, of New York; and nephew, Irving Medjuck, of New York; and nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Medjuck, of Halifax, Nova Scotia. I. Lefkowitz, of Montevideo, Uruguay, visited with his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. Lefkowitz, 160 Huron Street. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Stern, 4979 Fulton Street, Montreal/Quebec, visited their son-in-law, and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sherman, 9 Kii\gsbridge Court, on the occasion of the birth of their granddaughter, Darcie Rana. Cantor and Mrs. Max Snyder, formerly of 338 Rusholme Road, have taken up new residence at 35 Cedarcroft Boulevard. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Isenberg, 2 Dellbank Road, returned from a six-week vacation, having gone to Tel-Aviv, Israel, where they visited with their cousins, I. Waks-berg and Miss Bella Waksberg; and Mr. and Mrs. H. Kleinman, of Israel. Stanley Spier, a third-year medical student, at the University of Toronto, is A'isiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Spier, of Montreal, Quebec. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Segal, 161 Borden Street, have returned from a two-month trip to Phoenix, Arizona, where they visited with their son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Sidney H. Segal, and Lisa, Norma-Jane, and Mark Joel. Mrs. Edna Dyer, 2 Agar Crescent, Islington, is oh vacation at Hickory Beach, Flimeth Falls, Lindsay, Ontario, for the summer. Mrs. Louis Goldstein, 60 Fair-Jeigh Crescent, visited her son, and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Goldstein, and daughters, Jan, Sherry, and Cindy Gail, of Montreal. Quebec. Here for the funeral of Morris Babbin, 45 Luverne Avenue, were: his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Saran (Gloria), of Buffalo, New York, to be with her •mother, Mrs. Rae Babbin. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldman, formerly of 23 Terrydale Drive, have taken up new residence at 4981 Bathurst Street. Mrs. A. Glazer, 2121 Bathurst Street, visited .Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Godine, of Montreal, Quebec. Mr. and Mrs. Arieh Ben-David, 7 Old Park Road, are on vacation FOR EXPERIENCED ADVICE ON • ANNUITIES • ACCIDENT A • HEA1TH --------- . --------- INSURANCE • LIFE INSURANCE • GROUP INSURANCE MURRAY J. KATZMAN, C.L.U. TEN YEARS OF SIRVICC TO. THE COMMUNITY 15J Bletr Strttf West, — Su'rtt 530 WS.: W7-1913 8C$ : ME. 3-0503 Great-West Lif< Buy from Review Advertiser*, Sty: "I *aw your ad in the Canadian Jeviih Review". MURRAY ALTER • nd hit • rch«ttra With mvife crowrrf RU. 2-3931 MAURICI TURK Mt ALAN KAUl 5d5-ti43 in Washington, D.C., having gone via Air Canada. Mr. and Mrs. George Vankay, and Linda Sue and Joseph Benjamin, formerly of 22 Shallmar Boulevard, have moved to a new home at 133 York Downs Drive. Mrs. Anne Stcinbergh, and daughter, Miss Diane S.teinbergh, 10 Shallmar Boulevard, visited her son-in-law, and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tully Israel Herlich, and dnughters, Shawna, and Randi, and son, Xeil Jason, of Montreal, Quebec. Mrs. Jerry Olch, of Encino, California, visited her father, Harry Bellinger, 4415 Bathurst Street, having come here for the funeral of her brother, Jack Bellinger, 16 Corwin Crescent. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kraus, and their sons, Steven Paul, and Richard, 4415 Bathurst Street, formerly of Montreal, Quebec, will go to Montreal, Quebec, for the bar-mitzvah of Steven Paul, who will be called to the Reading of the Law, on June 4, at Beth Zion Synagogue. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Leeds, of New York, uncle, and aunt; and Dr. Daniel Rosenthal, 45 Balliol Street, Toronto, a cousin, will celebrate 'with them. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Freedman, of Vancouver, British Columbia, are visiting with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Usprech, 3 Goldfinch Court, on the occasion of the birth of their grandson, Daryl Eli. Mrs. Samuel Myers, of Winnipeg, Manitoba, is visiting with her aunt, Mrs. B. Sternberg, and cousin, Miss Delia Sternberg, 980 Shaw Street. She will also visit Israel for a month; and stop en route, to Rome, Italy; and Paris, France. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Kates, 20 Shallmar Boulevard, entertained at their home to honour the engagement Of their daughter, Miss Gail Elaine Kates, to Frederick Krofchick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Krofchick, 190 Strathearn Road, Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Michael Krofchick, parents of the groom-elect; and Carol and Gordon Krofchick, sister and brother of the groom-elect. Miss Donna Skopitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Skopitz, 75 Allingham Gardens, fiancee of Melvin Berger, son of Mr^ and Mrs. Harry Berger, 57 Danby Avenue, was honoured at a shower, given by her aunts, Mrs. Irving Skopitz, 1 Lyndhurst Crescent; and Mrs. Harry Skopitz, 6000 Bathurst Street; and her cousins, Mrs. Edward Noble, of Brantford, Ontario; and Mrs. Marvin Donin, 50 Stonedene Boulevard, given at the home of the latter. About fifty guests were present. Miss Marlene Rose, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Edward Rose, 211 Acton Avenue, fiancee of Melvyn Moscoe. son of Sir. and Mrs: Harry Moscoe, 19 Corwin Crescent, was honoured at a bridal shower, at which one hundred and twenty guests were present. The hostesses were her grandmother, Mrs. Rebecca Rose, 80 Cadillac Avenue; and her aunts, Mesdames Gordon Koszorek, 3181 Danforth Avenue; Julius Rose, 30 Cavotti Crescent; and Bernard Rodin, 401 Patricia Avenue. Mrs. Rebecca Rose wore a brown ?ilk dress, trimmed with satin; and a corsage of yellow roses. Mrs. Koszorek was in a green, printed silk dress; Mrs. Julius Rose, a black, two-piece, silk suit, with silver threading in the material; Mrs. Rodin, a two-piece, knitted silk, suit of blue, with silver threading in the material. Mrs. Edward Rose, mother of the bride-elect, wore a beige brocaded suit. Mrs. Moscoe, mother of the groom-to-be, wore a beige, ribbon-lace, two-piece suit. Mrs. Annie Tishler, grandmother of the proom-to-be, wore a two-piece, blue erepe dress. Miss Marlene Rose, the bride-elect, wore a beige and groc-n, brocaded suit, and had a green orchid wristlet. Mrs. Frank Richter, and Mrs, Hyman Richter, cousins of the groom-to-be, of Hamilton, Ontario, were guests. ray Kirsh, 14 flulUna Jlv«nn«, uncle, held the baby during the ceremony. Born, to Dr. and Mrs. Marvin D. Klotz (nee Susan Mickle), 100 Raglan Avenue, on April 15, at the Now Mount Sinai Hospital, a daughter, Jennifer Anne; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Kahn, 2400 Bathurst Street. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Berger (nee Gloria Rubinoff), 44 Parkhill Road, on Aprjl 28, at the Toronto East General Hospital, a son, Robert Marcelle; brother of David Aubrey, aged two years; grandson of Mrs. Fanny Rubinoff, 2D97A Bnthurst Street; and of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Bergcr, 32 Elderwood Drive. Godparents are Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rubinoff, 8 Luvornc Avenue, uncle, and aunt. Stephen E. Berger, grandfather, held the baby during the ceremony. Born, to Mr, and Mrs. Allan Sil-verberg (nee Ruth Schact), 1550 Lawrence Avenue West, on April 20, at the Women's College Hospital, a son, Jeffrey Michael; grandson of Mrs. Fay Schact, 595 IBrookdalc Avenue; and of Mr. and Mrs. Sol. Silverberg, 430 Lawrence Avenue West; great-grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Silverberg, 4114 Bathurst Street. Godparents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schacht, 50 Kirkland Boulevard, uncle and aunt. Morris Silverberg, great-grandfather, . D. Dor.^ky, .31 Sultana Ave-r.ue; ar.d of Mr. and Mr>. I. Ff-ldman. 573 Old Orchard Grove. Godparent^ arc Mr. and Mr>. Arthur Feldman, 56 Over-br.v-ik-- Place, uncle and aunt. Mur- Steven Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kraus, 4415 Bathurst Street, formerly of Montreal, Quebec, will be called to the Reading of the Law, in honour of his bar-mitzvah, on June 4, at Beth Zion .Synagogue, in Montreal. He is the brother of Richard; grandson of Mrs. Tillie Kraus, of Brooklyn, X. Y. Sheldon Ellis Joel, son of Mr. p.r.d Mr*. X. GlicVman, 203 Brigh- Mus/c by GOING ON A TRIP? FILM WHOLESALE EAST TORONTO CAMtftA WHOLESALI •»7 Q*m St. L — 44*41*1 fr*» Toronto Brokerage Firm Maintains Markets In All Israel Bonds Lars Hagglof & Co. Ltd., a Toronto brokerage firm specializing in foreign securities, announces that it is now maintaining markets in all State of Israel bonds. "To our knowledge, no other firm in Canada presently maintains a market in these bonds," president Lars Hagglof said. "Although similar markets have always been available in the U.S., many Canadians who purchased State of Israel bonds believe erroneously that they must be held until maturity," he added. The Toronto firm has no connection with the government of Israel, although it believes that the existence of a ready market will stimulate Canadian investor acceptance of new bond issues from that; country. Lars Hagglof & Co. does not deal directly with the public, but services all requests through brokers and financial institutions. ton Avenue, will be called to the Reading of the Law, in honour of his bar-mitzvah, on June 18, at Beth Emeth Bais Yehuda Synagogue. He is the brother of Gail; grandson of Mrs. Helen Weinberg, 106 Markham Street. Thomas George, son of Mr. and Mrs, P. Ungar, 37 Codsell Avenue, will be called to the Reading- of the Law, in honour of his oar-mitzvah, on June 18, at Beth Emeth Bais Yehuda Synagogue. He is the brother of Susan, Vivian and Melissa; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. R. Power, of Jersey Gity, New Jersey; and of Mr. and Mrs. L. Ungar, 24 Shallmar Boulevard, Ernest Jacob, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Baustein, 33 Denmark Crescent, will be called to the Reading of the Law in honour of his bar-mitzvah on June 26, at the Hebrew Men of England Synagogue. He is the brother of Michael Baustein. He is the godson of Samuel Bialystok, 22 Sta-dacona Drive. flPPROflCHinC RlflRRIflGES The marriage of Miss Sharon Louise Pelchovitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pelchovitz, 34 Elm Ridge Drive, to Robert Train, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ethel Kay, 3 Acton Avenue, and the late Henry Train, will take place on June 29, at six o'clock, at Beth Sholom Synagogue. The marriage of Miss Bonnie Shulman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Shulman, 17 Mark-dale Avenue, to Wilfred Kotzer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kotzer, 34 Tavistock Road, will take place on June 21, at half-past six o'clock, at Shaarei Tefillah Synagogue. The marriage of Miss Shiela Ostrow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Ostrow, 88 Playfair-Avenue, to David Back, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Back, 569 Sheppard Avenue West, will take'place on June 30, at six o'clock/at Beth Tzedec Synagogue. enGRGEnunis Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Skopitz, 75 Allingham Gardens, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Donna Gail Skopitz, to Mel-vin Berger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berger, 57 Danby Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Max Tobias, 2 Ansford Avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Carolyn Tobias, to Frederick Wei-ner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Weiner, of Ottawa, Ontario. The marriage will take place in December. Mr. ;and Mrs. Milton Bermack, 3-43 Waterloo Avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter, Mi?s Charlotte Judith Bermack, to Philip Gold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Gold, 29 Major Street. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schlessinger, of Ottawa, Ontario, announce the engagement of their daughter, Misa Lisa Schleasinger, to Private CflRDS OF THflRKS MALIXSKY: The Mslinsky families would li'.-e to thank all their dear friends, r#»l2.tives and neighbours, for their kindness and thouffhtfulness, during their recent bereavement, and would like to express their deepest thanks for th« contributiens m»d« to charities in memory of their mother, the laU Mra. Abraham Malinsky (F*nny). CLASS IN COOKERY QUICK APRICOT PUDDING one tablespoon brown sugar one small package instanl twenty vanilla wafers butterscotch pudding • • one can of apricot halves Line the bottom and sides of a shallow baking dish with the vanilla wafers. Drain the apricots and place them in the baking dish and sprinkle with brown sugar. Prepare the instant pudding according to the directions on package and pour over the apricots. Chill and serve. Mrs. B. Goodlan, 16 Leonard Avenue, Toronto. APPLE CAKE six eggs . one and one-half cups oil two cups sugar three cups flour three-quarters cup sugar three teaspoons baking powder one-half tablespoon cinnamon one level teaspoon salt one teaspoon vanilla juice of one lemon six large apples Beat eggs, adding the two cups of sugar gradually; add oil; and mix. Add baking powder, salt, vanilla, lemon juice, and mix well. Add flour gradually, beating after each addition. Pour half of batter in a greased, nine-and-one-half-inch by thirleen-and one-half-inch baking pan. Peel and cut apples in small pieces. Mix with cinnamon and three-quarters cup sugar. Spread over top of batter, and cover with remaining half. Bake at 325 degrees for one hour, or until lightly browned. Mrs. A. Schechter, 6872 Legate Street Montreal. Sabbath Candles wilt be kindled on Friday, June 3, at 8.22 p.m., D.S.T., in Montreal Friday, June 3, at 8.37 p.m., P.S.T., in Toronto Friday, June 10, at 8.27 p.m., D.S.T., in Montreal Friday, June 10, at 8.42 p.m., D.S.T., in Toronto *. Tom muz 1, 5726, falls on Sunday, June 19 Jeffrey Berman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Bermap, 4$66 Bathurst Street. The marriage will take place on October 16, at Beth Sho-lom Synagogue, Ottawa, Ontario. DCATHS bitration committee, at the Central Region, Canadian Jewish Congress; was a board member of the Jewish Family and Child Service; and on the Hebrew Free Loan, the Toronto Hebrew Re-establishment Agency; was a member of the York Law Society; the Reading Club, and of Jewish Immigrant Aid Services; Canadian Friends of Hebrew University. Mrs. Bessie Blumenthal Rosen, 374 Glehgrove Avenue West, died suddenly on April 26, at Miami Beach, Florida, at the age of seventy-eight years. She is survived by her husband, Max Rosen; two sons, Dr. A. Blumenthal, of New York; and Carl Allan Blumenthal, 4 Caribou Road; two daughters, Mrs. Harry Shapiro (Sadie), 2 Strathearn Road; and Mrs. Irving Herman (Frances), of Calgary, Alberta ; four grandchildren: Rose Ann and Robert, children of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Allan Blumenthal; Mrs. Edward Samuel (Joy), 2700 Bathurst Street, daughter of Mrs. Harry Shapiro; and Marilyn, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Irving Herman; and one great-grandchild, Dana Michelle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Samuel. Dr. Stuart E. Rosenberg, Rabbi, officiated at the funeral service. Interment was at Beth Tzedec Memorial Park. Shiva was observed privately. Benjamin Lightstone, 11 Cassi-dy Place, died suddenly on May 15, at the; age of seventy years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mae Lightstone; a son, Irving Light-stone, 34 Carscadden Drive; a brother, Harry Lightstone, 4010 St. Catherine Road, Montreal, Quebec; four sisters: Mrs. J. Woods (Leah), 32 Diana Drive, Toronto; Miss Ida Lightstone, 5672 Park Avenue; Mrs. A. Sonenberg, (Mary), 2349 Melrose Avenue; and Mrs. Sarah Rosenberg, 530£ Cote St. Luc Road; all of Montreal. Rabbi Walter S. Wurzburger, officiated. Interment was at Mount Sinai Memorial Park. Shiva was private. Mr. Lightstone was a member of Shaarei Shomayim Synagogue. Carl M. Herlick, Q.C., 14 Poplar Plains Crescent, died on May 12, at the New Mount Sinai Hospital, at the age of seventy-eight years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Lilie Herlick; a son, David Herlick, 72 Harrison Road; and a daughter, Mrs. Jan Blumenstein (Tobe), 15 Newgate Road; six grandchildren: Robi, Seth and Terry, children of Dr. and Mrs. Jan Blumenstein; and Sandra, Stephen and Richard, children of Mr. and Mrs. David Herlick; a sister, Mrs. Bella Rosen, of Los Angeles, California. He was the brother of the late Samuel Herlick. Rabbi I. Hurwitz officiated at the funeral service. Interment was at the Canadian Hebrew Benevolent Society Section of Mount Sinai Memorial Park. Shiva was at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Jan Blumenstein, 15 Newgate Road. Mr. Herlick was a member of Beth Jacob Synagogue (Beach Synagogue) ; one of the original members of the Canadian Hebrew Benevolent Society; served on the ar- EARN MONEY For your orgonizotion ond for yourself munnniT HARRY SHEFFER 534-7561 KILVINGTON BROS. LTD. MONUMENTS 1S37 ST. CLA1R AVENUE WEST TORONTO COLLEGE MEMORIAL CHAPEL ttl Cel1«c* ft. - WA. r IN 1966 i NEW YEAR CARDS •1 Affix* tt iTAftt IAJUT - wrh» •/• r»ft forfry t*r FA/I CA7MOO. MONARCH THERMO ENGRAVERS 42JS PA* IHIAU STVin, MOMTtlAl 35 c*. 2-1 as* ITS MARKS 23RD YEAR OF A. B.C. MEMBERSHIP * SUPPLYING FACTS TO ADVERTISERS INVESTING TO PROTECT INVESTMENTS

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