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Full text: t tHfi CANADIAN JEWISH REVIEW FEBRUABY 11 IMS Mr. and Mrs, Jerry Handel. 299 Homewood Avenue, returned from a two-week holiday in the West Indies, having travelled via Air Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mandel, 591 Soadina Road, are on holiday in Miami Beach, Florida. A. Rogul, 800 Eglinton Avenue West, left via Air Canada for a three month vacation in Miami Beach, Florida. Mr. and Mrs. S. Kenner, 41 Sparrow Avenue, were in Montreal, Quebec, for the bar-mitxvah of Peter Solomon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Frankel, who was called to the Reading of the Law, at Shevet Achim Synagogue. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bloom, 1603 Bathurst Street^ were on a Caribbean cruise. Mrs. W. Sherman, 346 Walmer Road, is in Miami Beach, Florida, for a holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rosenberg, 23 Laurelcrest Avenue, are taking a vacation at Acapulco, Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Segal, 17 Austin Terrace, returned from New York, where they were present at the brith of their grandson, Azriel Yaere, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham Cohen, 87 Indian Head Road, Kings Park, Long Island, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Halpern, 65 Letchworth Crescent, left via Air Canada, for a holiday in Miami Beach, Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Izzie Kozlowski, 42 Beaver Valley Road, returned from a vacation at the Di Lido Hotel, in Miami Beach, Florida. Mr. and Mrs. A. Mandelbaum, and Barbara, Lawrence, Corrine, and Stuart, 74 Strathearn Road, were in Phoenix, Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Halpern, 65 Letchworth Drive, are in Miami Beach, Florida, for a holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rosenberg, 23 Laurelcrest Avenue, are on vacation in Mexico. Mrs. Albert L. Ein, and her sister, Mrs. Monte Shapiro, both of Montreal, Quebec", were here for the funeral of their brother, Saul Rosenthal, 21 Mayfair Avenue, who died suddenly at his home, on February 2. Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Presner, and sons, Louis, and Kenneth Presner, 569 Sheppard Street, were in Montreal, Quebec, for the funeral of her father, Lazarus Golland, who died on January 16, at the Jewish General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Epstein, 300 Ridley Boulevard, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Epstein, of Montreal, Quebec. Mrs. Sally Herman and son. Philip, 74 Baycrest Avenue, visited her brother-in-law, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Hyman, of Montreal, Quebec. Miss Ellen Gold, of Montreal, FOR EXPERIENCED ADVICE ON • ANNUITIES • ACCIDENT A • HEALTH INSURANCE • LIFE INSUIAMCI • MOW INSUtANCE MURRAY J. KATZMAN, rX.U. urruvuot 111 llMf StTMt WMt, - fattt 530 ItfS.i «7.jn» US.i ME. 9-MO* Great-Weat Life AMURANC« COUPAMV Weddings Luncheons Teas Bbr-Mitzvohs Bowling Banquets 4 Private Din tag Rooms Reservations call AIDA GOULD Cot*riafMiMg«r*** BARCLAY HOm -EfcL 34151 MURRAY ALTIR MAURICI TURK his COUECE MEMORIAL Quebec, was here for the funeral Of Jktv brother, Herbert Gold, 74 Purdon Drive, who died suddenly on January 26, at Branson Hoapf* Ul. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levy, 22 Al-more Avenue, are on vacation in Miami Beach, Florida, having gone via Air Canada. Mr. and Mrs. A. Litowitz, formerly of 14 Concord Avenue,, have taken up new residence at 1603 Bathurat Street. Mr. and Mrs, Mark A. Levy, 1 Dewbourne Avenue, are on vacation in Miami Beach, Florida/ Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Robert Fische), -formerly of 130 Rosedale Valley Road, have moved to 2121 Bathurst Street. In Montreal, Quebec, for the bar-mitxvah of Jeffrey David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack R. Lazare, who will be called to the Reading of the Law. on February 13, at Shaar Hashomayim Synagogue, will be -his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Montague Levitt, and Allan, 14 Silverwood Avenue; and Mr. and Mra, Daniel . Slattery, 493 Oriole Parkway. Mr. and Mrs. S. Young, 807 Cas-tlefield Avenue, were in Vancouver, B.C.; San Francisco, and Los Angeles, Calif.; Las Vegas, Nevada: Portland, Oregon; and Seattle, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Sherman, and Neil, 287 Hillhurst Boulevard, spent a holiday in Phoenix, Arizona. Miss Sandra Gail Budovitch, a student at Boston University, in Boston, Mass., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Budovitch, of Fre-dericton, N.B., visited her brother-in-law, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Robert Fischel, 2121 Bathurst Street. Miss Betty Wronzberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wronzberg,. 155 Major Street, was honoured at a bridal luncheon, on her engagement to Irwin Goldkind, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Gold-kind, 31 Fraserwood Avenue, by Mrs. L. Goldkind, 142 Dewbourne Avenue; and Mrs. M. Goldkind, 280 Euclid Avenue, aunts of the groom-to-be. Mrs. Harold Albert Miller, of Ann Arbor, Mich., the former Miss Arlene Sandra Tanner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Tanner, 16 Acton Avenue, was entertained before her marriage to Mr. Miller, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller, 177 Lippjncott Street, by: Misses Elaine Tanner, sister of the bride; and Sandra Miller, sister of the groom; Rene and Martcn^^uretjsky. coosins of the bride; and- Ellen Freeman, Sandra Rubenstein, and Miriam Wise, at a, bridal luncheon; and by Mesdames Jack Plonka, 17 Old Park Road; Mrs. Aaron Kates, 70 Fairleigh Crescent; and Mrs. Albert Golinsky, 540 Coldstream Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Diamond, 10 Borden Street, entertained on the first birthday of their son, Philip David; grandson of Mrs. Eva Levine, 10 Borden Street: and the late Philip Levine; and of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Diamond, 15 God-dard Street; great-grandson of Mrs. Sarah Sugar, 81 Roberta Avenue; and of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Baker, 506 Castlefield Avenue. Also present were Miss Barbara Diamond, Alan Diamond, and Howard' Levine, uncles aud aunt; and Allen Pearl, the fiance of Miss Barbara Diamond. Donna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Winbaum, 183 Glen Cedar Road, celebrated her sixteenth birthday, g^iven by her mother. She Is the sister of Susan, aged fourteen years; Harriet Anne, twelve, and Joy, five; granddaughter of Mrs. Sarah Friedman, 183 Glen Cedar Road, and the late Harry Friedman ; and of Mrs. Preva Winbaum, 8 Mark-dale Avenue, and the late David Winbaum. Mrs, Winbaum, mother, wore a cranberry-red suit Donna wore a red jumper, and white blouse; and had a wristlet of white roses. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jacobo-vitch, 137 Brunswick Avenue, celebrated their fifty-second wedding anniversary at a dinner given by their children: Mr. and Mra. Lou Jacob!, of^New York; Mr. and Mrs. Abraham JacoboTitch, 152 Strathearn Road, sons and daughters-in-law; Mr. and Mrs. Max Glickman. 11 Josephine Crescent; Mr. and Mra. Ben. Gold, 67 Sun-nycrest Avenue, sons-in-law and daughters: and Mrs. Eva Menxe-lefsky, 137 Brunswick Avenue, the sister of Mra. Joseph Jacobovitch. Miss Betty Wrooiberg, daughter of Mr. ana Mr*. Samuel Wronx-berg, 15ft Major Street, fiancee of Irwin GoWBBd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathtt Goldkind, 31 Fraserwood AvertM, waft honoured at a buffet-Innfhaoa at the home of her sister, Mra. M. Snider, 20 Belvedere AfeaiM: given by her nieces, MiM« Dolores and Lorna Ross, 230 Gtaldfaff Avenue. Those present w0vt: Meadamea B. Du-binsky, 74 Pmcwood Arcane; M. Rocs, 280i Govldiaff Aram; 1. Green wakL-J&l Hlttmooat Avenue, all sistenftt*«l«r1diUo>; Mrs. L. WroaxWTff , 9 Carscadw Bou- berg Wi cured, two%fcieeV illlc; wft» wtth goUUcolourea accessories; and a corsage of yellow. Sweetheart rOSeS,"1 -•_--.-.-: T: ., . ,;..;; Mr. and Mrs, L. Diamond, 15 Goddard Avenue, were dinner hosts at their home, to celebrate the engagement of their daughter, Miss Barbara Diamond, to Allan 4f _„„ .«.._ .„„ Vi Pearl, son of'Mr,;and Mr*, 3. RaW and Mrs. Meyer Cohen, of Pearl, 6Q4 C§stlefield .Avenue. Philadelphia, Pa,; great-granjlson landel Roaen- of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tward, 9 Brett Avenue, Born, to Rab,bl and Mrs. Abra* ham 'Cohan{hea D.orothy Segal), of New York, on January 1, at Maimonides Hospital, in Brooklyn, N. Y., a son, Axriel Yaere; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Segal, 17 Austin Terrace; and of of Rabbi and Mrs. gar ten, of New York; of Rabbi Is- Present were: Mrs. Sarah Sugar, grandmother of the bride-to*De; Mrs. Minnie Miller, grandmother ra'eFconenV «f Jerusatem."^^!; of the groom-to-be; Mr. and Mrs. and of MenacWm Frankel, of Is- E, Diamond, tfe brother, and als- rael. The godparents are Rabbi ter-in-law of MUs Diamondi Mr. and Mrs... Mandel Rosengarten, and Mrs. Samuel Kate, of Htmil- great-grandparents j and Rabbi ton, Ont, the great-uncle. and and Mrs* Joseph Silverberg, of great*unt of the bride-elects Mr. Brooklyn, N. Y. and Mrs, S. Lofeky, Mr. and Mrs. _^_ Harry Sugar, her uncles, and Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin , , orn, o r. an rs. evn aunts; and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Satok (nee Gail Wolfe), 866 Kee-Shopsowite, Mr. and Mrs. Irving watin Avenue, on January 22, at Rosen, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward the Toronto General Hospital, twin Nightingale; all uncles, and aunts 8onB, Peter Maxwell and David ~ — of the groom-to-be. Mrs. Diamond wore a clack, silk dress: and had Andrew; brothers of Karen, aged wore a black, silk dress: and bad four years; and Lauren, one and a wristlet of red and white Sweet- one-half vears: erandsona of Mr. heart roses. Mrs. Pearl, wearing a green, silk dress, had a corsage of red and gold-coloured roses. Miss Diamond, the bride-elect, was in a gold-coloured, and white brocade dress; with a corsage of red and gold-tinted Sweetheart roses. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Rosenberg, 27 Hallsport Crescent, celebrated the bar-mitzvah of their son, Allan Lee, who was called to the Reading of the Law, at the North Bathurst Talmud Torah. He is the brother of Miss Baila Rosenberg, and Shelly, aged six years; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goodman, 61 Kenwood Avenue. Kiddush was observed. The following evening, at the Talmud Torah hall, Mr. and Mrs. Rosenberg were hosts to two hundred and thirty guests at a dinner-dance. Mrs. Ro- one-half years; grandsons of Mr. and Mrs, Hyman Satok, 43 Was-dale Crescent; and of Mr. and Mrs. William Wolfe, 606 Avenue Road? great-grandsons of Mr. and Mrs. M. Bronstein, 640 Eglinton Avenue West. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rosenberg (nee Doris Crosner), 45 Hearthstone Crescent, on January 22, at New Mount Sinai Hospital, a daughter, Beverley Lynn; sister of Judy, aged sixteen years; Paula. fourteen; Karen, eight; and Steven, five; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Rosenberg, 52 Spadina Road. Born, to Dr. and Mrs. Mark Roberts (nee Barbara Oiffer), 185 Gordon Road, on January 16, at guesw ac a amner-aance. xnrs. «o- viv*w» *»wau, «"_ .»€»»•««*» *«, «v senberg wore a pale green, peau New Mount Sinai Hospital, a son, de soie gown, designed with a sleeveless, beaded bodice, with a scooped neckline. A wristlet of red Sweetheart roses, was combined with white carnations, and white and green-tinted chrysanthemums. Miss Rosenberg, who was toast-master, wore a turquoise-blue, peau de soie, sleeveless gown; with a beaded, scooped neckline. She had a wristlet of yellow Sweetheart roses. Shelly wore a pink organdy frock, with a round neckline, and short sleeves; and had a bandeau of fresh pink rosebuds. Mrs. Goodman wore a pale pink, lace gown, David Arthur: whose sister is Audie, aged four and one-half y«&rs; and whose brother is Stuart, three; grandson of Dr. and~ Mrs. Louis Oiffer, 88 Fairleigh Crescent; great-grandson of Mrs. Rebecca Oiffer, 102 Roseneath Gardens. Born, to Dr. and Mrs. Selwyn Collins (nee Frances Alter), 4852 Yonge Street, on January 16, at Grace Hospital, a daughter, Melissa Judith; first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Collins, of Man- mean TTVIE « LTUIV L/iun, i»\.c gvrr.i, chaster, England; fourth grand- which had a V-neckline, and short, child of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Al- cap sleeves. She had a wristlet of ter, 39 Duncannon Drive. pink Sweetheart roses. Charles --------- Goodman, grandfather, asked the blessing over the challah. At the head-table with them, was Miss Hilda Rosenberg, Avenue. , 580 Glencairn BAR- Born, to Dr. and Mrs. Allan Weinstein (nee Margaret Stal), 2 Ruden Crescent, on January 20, at New Mount Sinai Hospital, a son. Gary Stuart; grandson of Mr. and -Mn?. B. Weinstein, 176 Hadding-£ Sfton -iAvenue. The godparents are * ^Albert Stal, 40f»TTonge Street; uncle; and Mrs. Jack Pasternak, Winston Fark Boulevard, aunt. Shloma Dovig, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Aaron Zimmerman. 146 Over-brook Place, will be called to the Reading of the Law, at the Zichron Meyer Synagogue, on February 13. He is the brother of Miss Channa Rochell Zimmerman; grandson of Mrs. Rose Zimmerman, 454 Lawrence Avenue West, and the late Rabbi Chaim Meyer Zimmerman* and of Mrs. Sarah Katznelson, of Ottawa, Ont, and the late Samuel Katznelson. Kiddush will be observed following the services; and that same evening, a buffet and reception wilt be held. Rabbi Aaron Zimmerman is the leader of the Pride of Israel Congregation. Allan David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Shustennan, 189 Armour Boulevard, will be called to the Reading of the Law, in celebration of his bar-mitxvah, on March 6, at the North Bathurst Talmud Torah. He is the brother of Barbara, aged sixteen years; and Lome, eight; and grandson of Mrs. Rebecca Rubin off, 21 Mayfair Avenue. Kiddush will follow the services; and a dinner reception will be held the same evening. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kraft (nee Nancy Shore), 11 Shallmar Boulevard, on January 9, at Toronto General Hospital, a daughter, Tracey Sue; sister of Michael Paul, aged one and one-half years; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Kraft, 503 Douglas Avenue; and of Mr. and Mrs. William Shore, 660 Eglinton Avenue. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roll (nee Shirley Huberman, formerly of Montreal. Quebec), 90 Purdon Drive^ on January 14, at New Mount Sinai Hospital, a son, Malcolm Stephen; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. David Huberman, the godparents; and of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Roll: all of Montreal. Mr. Roll, grandfather, held the baby during the ceremony. Born, to Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Genender (nee Joan Ross, formerly of Toronto), of Brooklyn, N. Y., on October 18, at the Long Island City College Hospital, a son, Mark Robert; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Genender, of Montreal, Quebec; and of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Ross, 120 Raglan Avenue, Toronto; great-grandson of Mr. and Mrs. I. Neiman, of Montreal. IMRRIASES Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Klein, 21 Charleswood Drive, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Hiss Andrea Renay Klein, to Arnold Aaron Levko«, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lev-koe, 74 Elwood Boulevard, to take place on Tuesday, March 23. The marriage of Miss Miriam Glatt, daughter of Mrs. Hilda Glatt, 1654 Bathurst 8trc«t, and the late Harry Glatt, to Chata Aronoff, son of BabW and Mrs. Isaae Aroooff, 1686 JJatfcnrst Strtct, will take place OB F«to»ry 28, at hatf-pastfiv* o'clock, at North Bathurst Talmud Torah. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Morton J. Glickman (nee Barbara Soles), 18 York Valley Crescent, on January 19. at Mount Sinai Hospital, a son, Stephen Barry; brother of Jay Howard; aged one and one-half years: grandson of Mr. and Mrs. L. Glickman, of Montreal, Quebec; and of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Soles, 10 Shallmar Boulevard. Godparents are Mr. and Mrs. Edward Winkler, 25 Farrinrton Drive, uncle, and aunt. Mr. Soles, grandfather, held the baby during the ceremony, , G Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Lorfs Bark* (ne« Gloria Paa«ef>, 6* Briar HUl Awna, on January 17. at New MopBt 8taai Hospital/twin levard, Marilyn Mima too, Joan Penny I»hyUis afetar-ia-Uwi Miss , htr ate*; Mi»t and Adkr, Vddauia, Bnft* Staifc. Groref, Atacandrt aced foor and ox Howard, two of Mr. a*4 Mr.. Gta (Mar Road Mrs. Barry t; aa4 Wb, Miai Wroai- Born, to Dr. and Mrs. Irwin Goldstein (ne« Lili Rotenberg), of Shrewsbury Afas*^ on December 27, at SL Vincent Hospital, Worcester, M***t> _l_danrhter, Caren-Amy; sister of Beth Mkhele, aged four years; and of Wend/ Ellen, three: granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rotenbtrg; 489 Mark-ham Street, Toronto; and of Mr. and Mra, Alex Goldstein, of London, Ont Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Morry Ktroerman (nea Rachel PeDco-neo). of Montreal, Qncoec, formerly of Toronto). OB January 19, at ti» Montreal G«a«ral Hospital a danfhUr, Edith; sister of Philip, •ftd throe Ttars; fnnddaughUr of Mr. and Mn. fiamud Kerner-•aa, of T«l Arfr, IcrjMl ; and of Mr. and Mn, Cham* raconea, of Montrsal Born, to Dt. PORTRAITS —, WEDDINGS — BAR MlTZVAHS • • ; ' IMPRESSIVE COLOUR MOVIES •hoaet 7174371 13S8 IQLINTON AVI, W. Women's Colletf&^Hospttal, a son, Michael Evanj grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Irving IJbjffman* 16 fit-way Court: and of Mr* Yetta Ba-dowski, «7Ci Avenue Boad, and the late Noah Sadowski; great-grand* son of Samuel Shiftman, 8 Aiming-ton Avenue: and great-great-grandson of Alter Rapptport, 489 Markham Street CflRDS OF THflllHS TAYLOR: Mrs. Leslie Kahn (Gladys), wishes to thank relatives, friends/and neighbours for their kindness and sympathy during her bereavement, in the death of her beloved father, Hyman Taylor. DEATHS Louis Salsman, 660 Eglinton Avenue, West, died at the age of ninety-four yean, on January 19, at the Baycrest Hospital. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Becky Salsman; two daughters: Mrs. H. Powell (Lillian), of Palm Springs, Calif.; and Mra. J. Schub (Belle), 481 Coldstream Avenue; three sons: Albert, and Morris Salsman, of Vancouver, B.C.; and Harold Sayles, 471 Coldstream Avenue; nine grandchildren: Mra. G. Grad (Beatrice), and Gerald Le-covin, both of Vancouver, B.C.; children of Mr. and Bin. H. Powell; Mra. G. Hoffman (Patricia), and Mr*. B. Coblin (Marilyn), of Vancouver, B.C.; daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Salsman; Wilfred Schub, 29 Shallmar Boulevard; and Howard Schnb; sons of Mr. and Mrs. J. Schnb; Mn. B. Sonnen-berg (Sandra), of Los Angeles, Calif.; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Salsman; Larry Rich, 29 Sunnycrest Avenue; and Mrs. M. Frf«iban (Merle), WO Roselawn Avenue; children of Samuel Rich, 6 Aldbnra Road; and twelve great-ggsnd-chiklren: Robert Grad; Michael, Richard, and Louise Hoffman; Ronald, and Sandra Coblin; Mark Sonnenberg, Jordan, Michael, and Elissa Rich, and Jeffery Friedman. He was the father of the late Mrs. Eva Rich. Rabbi David Honson, and Rabbi S. Langer officiated at funeral services. Interment was at Mount Sinai Memorial Park. Shiva was at 471 Coldstream Avenue, the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Schub. Mr. Salsman was one of the original founders of the Hebrew Men of England Synagogue; a member of the Independent Order of Foresters; vke-president of the Bizetcheen-er Society. Herbert Gold, 74 Purdon Drive, died suddenly on Monday, January 25, at Branson Hospital, at the age of thirty-eight years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Dora Brag-man Gold; a son, Frederick, aged thirteen years; and two daughters: Maxine, ten; and Maria, seven; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gold, 124 Viewmount Avenue; and a sister, Miss Ellen Gold, of Montreal, Quebec. Rabbi Erwin Schild officiated at funeral services. Interment was at Bathurst Lawn Cemetery. Shiva was at the home. Mrs. Clara Heller, 368 Davenport Road, died on January 19. She is survived by her husband, Charles Heller; a daughter, Mrs. Philip Shapiro (Frances), H) Oriole Crescent; and two grandchildren: Michael and Howard Shapiro. Rabbi Gedalia Felder officiated at the funeral services* Interment was at the Dawes Road Cemetery. Shiva was observed at 10 Oriole Crescent, home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Shapiro. Harry Flicht; 360 Winnett Avenue, died on January 19, at the age of sixty-two years. H« is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ra« Flicht; a son, Dr. Joseph Flicht, 626 Rote-lawn Avenue; a sister, Mn. Sylvia Oselka, 47 Gloucester Grove; and a brother, Morris Flicht, «76 Winnett A venae. Interment was at Daw.es Road Cemetery. Shiva was at the bone. Mr. FHcfat was a member of Uw Beisetchiner Bnai Yankov Mutual Benefit Society. Ifisa Minni* Ruben, 619 Law-roie* Avara* Wtst, dfed at tW ajn of fifty-out, years, on Jasmanr n, at U» N*r Wo«t Steal Hotthal! Sto it sntrvfrnd by b«r t&Ur, Mn. H. Cutkr (URM), 29 Uftcwortfc Ste wa« tW dkigtar ot PIANO USSONS IN YOU* HOMl »utyrrfi* HU. 1-8S28 Children's Camps CAMP KVUTZA ON BIAUTIFUL LAKI BUI Boys & Glrlf/ 9 to 16 years. • COMHITI iANU Of OUTVOOI SPORTS • HORSBACX RIDIM • SCOUTIW * OVERNittfT HIKES • ARTS, CJUFTJ ft DRAMA • CltAMICS • ISRAEL, FOLK SOHM ft DANCES C««*f Kwtia ii Ik* Mmiwr kMM »f tkt T«fttt« Ubwir ZiMbt MMMUM tiki* fr»it uri U IMHM hi tack efclH • dm ft vifarstiHtfinf «f «vr Jtwlth ktritttt »*4 lift !• tfe Jtwlth btrt ft In lintl. Caff - BU, 7-0330 or writ* — 14 VIIWMOUNT AVI., TORONTO-tV. the late Rabbi and Mrs. Simon Rubinovits. Rabbi Aaron Zimmerman officiated at the funeral services. Interment was at the Dawes Road Cemetery. Shiva was observed at 29 Unsworth Avenue, home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Cutler. Simon Levy, 14 Khedive Street, died at the age of forty-eight years, on January 2

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