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Full text: OCTOPEH i$ THE CANADIAN JEWISH REVIEW Mri and MrsV Adott Ullm^n, 71 Belvedere Road; apnpun^Jhejm-flrageinent of their daughter. Miss Sylvia UHman. to Marta^ Painer Zarr, son of Mr. and Mr8. Harry Zair, of Hollywood,.Florida. The marriage Will take place on June 21, '1984. at Temple Emanu-El, in Montreal. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Gilletz, 5626 Ashdale Avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Harriet Gillete, to Donald Schef, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emmanuel Scher, 6296 Macdonald Avenue, formerly of Hillside, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Liederman, 5643 Gtencrest Street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Linda Liederman, to Morton Besner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Besner, 6220 'Byron Street. The marriage will take place on August 9, at Beth El Synagogue. Mr. and Mrs. S. Mitchell Weinstein, 4878 Melrose Avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Alix Ann Weinstein, to Irving Storfer, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Harry Storfer, 12188 Joseph Casavant Street. The marriage will take place on March 15, at Ohevra Kadisha-Bnai Jacob Synagogue. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hubscher, 318 Brookfield Avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Rhoda Hubscher, to Lawrence Zinman, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Zinman, 4881 Plamondon Street. The marriage will take place on December 29, at Adath Israel Synagogue. flPPROflCHinG mflRRlRGES Mr. and Mrs. Sol Stotland, St. Catherine Road, announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Merle Stotland, to Robert David Fisher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fisher, 2092 St. Louis Street, to take place on Sunday, November 3, at naif-past five o'clock, at the Windsor Hotel, Rabbi Charles Bender officiating. The marriage of Miss Ruth Brandeis, daughter of Mrs. Esther Brandeis, 6380 Somerled Avenue, and the late Jack Brandeis, to Meryin Levin, son of Mrs. Tillie Levin, 5032 Borden Avenue, and the late Joshua Levin, will take place on Sunday, November 10, at Shaare Zedek Synagogue, at six o'clock, Rabbi A. Bernard Leffell officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Tobenstein, 6670 Wilderton Avenue, announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Joyce Tobenstein. to Morty Schrier, son of Mrs. Becky Schri-er, 8576 Birnam Avenue, and the late Joseph Schrier, to take place on Saturday, Novejnber 2, at seven o'clock, at Beth Ora Synagogue, Rabbi Morris Halpern, officiating. : Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harris, 4980 Coolbrook Avenue, announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Marion Harris, to Laearua David Caplan, son of Mr, and Mrs. Max Caplan, 6800 Lennox Avenue, to take place on November 24, at half-past six o'clock, at Beth El Synagogue, Rabbi Allan M. Lan-ger officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vader, 11976 James Morrice Street, announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Irene Vader, Jto Sheldon Beckler, son of Mr, and Mrs. J. Beckler, #93 Dollard Avenue, to take place on Saturday, November 16. at seven o'clock, at Beth David-Beth Yitzchok-Kehal Jeahurun Synagogue. Rabbi Isaac J. Tei-cher, officiating. mflRRIRGES EFPREN - GROSS The marriage of Miss Marlene Gross, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gross, nee Rita Freedland, formerly of Montreal, 21 Coolidge Road, Hackensack, N.J., to Robert T. Effren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Effren, of Hackensack, was solemnized at the Ambassador Hotel, in Teaneck, N.J., on Sunday, June 16, at 12 o'clock, by Rabbi Jacob Kleinman. The bride was fiven in marriage by her parents, he wore a long gown of silk organza, appliqued with Alencon lace; and fashioned with a bell-shaped skirt, with a chapel train. Her fingertip veil of tulfe illusion was placed by a coronet of crystals, and seed-pearl-beads; and she carried a prayer book with white orchids. Mrs. Gerald Nathanson was matron of honour, wearing a turquoise-blue, peau de soie sheath; and a matching hat; and carried a bouquet of blue, and pink roses. Misses Carol Herbert, and Ruth Ann Applegate, were bridesmaids, dressed alike in blue, peau de soie gowns. They had matching crowns; and carried cascade bouquets of blue, and pink roses. James Effren was his brother's best man. The ushers were: John Effren, brother of the groom; Lawrence Holtzberg, Richard Weinstein, Lawrence Adelsohn, Edward Buch-binder, and Thomas Slovis. The wedding flowers were blue, and pink roses, and carnations. There was orchestral music. Two hundred guests were received. Mrs. Gross, mother of the bride, wore a turquoise-blue, peau de soie sheath, made with a beaded bodice; and a blue, pill-box hat. Mrs. Effren, mother of the groom, wore a turquoise-blue, sheath; and a hat of that colour. Each had a pink orchid. Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Effren spent their wedding trip in Puerto Rico. They have taken up residence in Philadelphia, Pa. In Teaneck from Montreal, for the marriage were: Ben Freedland, 621 Bloomfield Avenue, uncle of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beutel, and sons, Ian, and Joshua, 836 Pratt Avenue; Mr, and Mrs. R. Herscovitch, 4955 Bourret Street; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dou- bilet, 4720 St. Kevin Street: Mies Rebecca Silverstone, 3925 St. Kevin Street; and Mr. and Mrs, A. Carpentier, of Montreal. The bride received the Bachelor of Arts degree from Russell Sage College for Women, in Troy, N.Y., where she majored in Spanish, She will teach in Philadelphia. Mr. Effren, a pre-dehtal graduate, of Hobart College, in Geneva, N.V.. will continue his studies at the University of Pennsylvania, in Philadelphia. SHILLER-SINGER The marriage of Miss Lillian Singer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Singer, 7601 Qstell Crescent, to Bryant Marvin Shiller. son of Mr. and Mrs. Alec J. Shiller, 167 Pagnuelo Avenue, was solemnized at the Royal Embassy Hotel, on Sunday, June 30, at half-past six o'clock, by Rabbi Charles Bender, assisted by Cantor Eugene Gold-berger. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She was gowned in pink satin, fashioned on Empire lines; and appliqued with ribbon lace. Her veil of tulle illusion was attached to a net and tulle bonnet, appliqued with lace ribbon flowers; and she carried a slender bouquet of white orchids. Miss Debbie Shiller, sister of the groom, was maid of honour. She wore a light pink, peau de soie gown, made with a beaded bodice; with a head-dress of pink flowers; and carried a bouquet of pink baby roses. Misses Eileen Fagen. Linda Gold, Liliane Inster, and Juliette Chenciner were bridesmaids. They wore identical mint-green gowns, with lace jackets; and green headdresses; and carried pink baby roses. David Shiller was his brother's best man. The ushers were: Barry Shiller, Melvin Kligman, cousins of the groom; Herbert Feifer, and Steven Kahn. Standards of white, pink, and green gladioli, cornflowers, carnations, and roses decorated the rooms. Two hundred and fifty guests were present in the Royal Ballroom of the Hotel. An orchestra played the wedding music. Mrs. Singer, mother of the bride, was gowned in gold-coloured, and white ribbon lace, set over emerald-green chiffon; and had a head-dress of green roses. Mrs. Shiller, mother of the groom, wore a gown of dark green chiffon, fashioned with a beaded bodice; and had a matching, puffed, chiffon hat- Each had a corsage of white orchids. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Marvin Shiller spent their wedding trip in Puerto Rico, Jamaica, and the Bahamas. They have taken up residence at 6380 Somerled Avenue. STERNTHAL-KLEIN The marriage of Miss Johanna Maxine Klein, daughter of Milton L. Klein, Q.C., M.P., and Mrs. Klein, 4850 Jean Brillant Avenue, to Norman Sternthal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Sternthal, 1566 Bernard Avenue, West, was solemnized at Adath Israel Synagogue, on Tuesday, August 6, at six o'clock, by Rabbi Charles Bender, assisted by Rabbi M. Mandelcorn, and Cantor Eugene Goldberger. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She was gowned in white, embroidered, raw silk. The fitted bodice was fashioned with a jewel neckline; short sleeves edged NEW YORK The only Jets: 9:00 AM 4:10 PM Also, Prop departures at: 7:00 AM 11:15 AM 5:20 PM 6:40 PM 9:00 PM \ Eastern offtrt the) mott soots to Now York - 7 flights dotty. Also, convenient "Commutair" service: Iv. at 7:00 AM, ar. New York 8:88 AM; return flight at 6:00 PM ar. Montreal 7:41 PM. Call your Travel Agent or VI, 9-2201. For information about Eastern's arrivals and departures, caD 631-9801. AIR LINES roof dUStcowr MM ttatfi IM* when you ty tt* protfrassto with satin; and A-line skirt which had a slight train. Her shoulder-length veil of tulle illusion was attached to a. matching, fashioned rose; and she carried a prayer book with pink feathered carnations, and Sweetheart roses. Miss Elise Klein was her sister's maid of honour. She was in an Empire ?own of candy-pink peau de aoie. he bodice was cut with a bateau neckline; and elbow-length sleeves. Her headdress was of silk roses, and she carried a cascade bouquet of white, feathered carnations; and pink Sweetheart roses. Ber-na*d Sternthal was his brother's best man. The ushers were: Mel-vin Sternhal, twin brother of the groom: Aaron Gelber, brother-in-law of the groom; Kenneth Hel-field, Neil Weinman, Samuel Ge-wurz, and Henry Glazer. The floral background consisted of pink, and white pom-poms, gladioli, and Shasta daisies. An orchestra played the wedding music. Mrs. Klein, mother of the bride, wore a gown of blush-pink, peau de soie, with a turban of ostrich feathers. Mrs. Sternthal, mother of the groom, wore a gown of frosted-pink silk, re-embroidered with matching lace; and an organza pell-box hat. Each carried a camelia corsage with her purse. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sternthal spent their wedding trip in Southern California, and Las Vegas, Nevada, the bride departing in a mustard-yellow, sheer crepe dress; with a taupe hat; and had a corsage of white orchids. BIRTHS Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Silverman (nee' Bella Borts), 1290 St. Helene Street, on September 21, at the Jewish General Hospital, a son, Howard Charles; brother of Barry, aged eight years; and Brian, six; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Silverman, 4700 Bour-ret Street; and of Mrs. Edith Borts, 1290 St. Helene Street, and the late Barry Borts. Godparents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sorts, 2000 Dutrisac Street, uncle, ana aunt. Morris Borts, 4865 St. Catherine Road, uncle, held the baby during the ceremony. TORORTO Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cohn, 228 Bel-gravia Avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Francine Cohn, to Harvey Sheridan Kam, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Kam, 42 Wigan Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Goldstein, 304 Wilson Avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Anna Goldstein, to Gerald Ender, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Ender* 58 Roseneath Gardens. flPPROflCHinG mRRRIflGES Mr. and Mrs. Harry Finkelstein, 112 McGillvray Avenue, announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Gloria Sandra Finkelstein, to Robert Louis Cloth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cloth, 593 Deloraine Resorts — Florida Miami •••«». Florida Avenue, to take place on Tuesday, November 19, at six o'clock, at Adath Israel Synagogue, with Rabbi Erwin Schlld officiating, assisted by Cantor Murray-Nixon. Mr. and Mrs. Moses Ruby, 4 Ava Road, announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Carolyn Ruby, to Peter Nadler, Son of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Nadler, 846 Lons-dale Road, to take place on Monday, November 11, at half past five o'clock, at -Shaarei Shomayim Synagogue. Rabbi Walter Wurtr-burger, and Rabbi W. Gunther Plaut, assisted by Cantor Nathan Adler, will officiate. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Canton, 60 Castlewood Road, announce the marriage of their daughter, Lenore Taube, to Irvin Rechtshaffen, son of Mrs. Clara 4tRechtshaffen, 21 Mayfair Avenue, and the late Abraham Rechtshaffen, to take place on October 20, at Beth Emeth Synagogue. Resorts — Florida My son, the folk singer ALLAN SHERMAN says "Come on down - help me kick off the greatest season ever at the Diplomat!" For Cbristmis, Holiday fun reigns supreme, with exciting, round-the-clock activities for all ages! 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