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Full text: 8 THE CANADIAN JEWISH REVIEW FEBRUARY 11. 1966 TRAVEL AGENTS WORLD WIDE TRAVEL SERVICE S*«ci«llilnf In H«n"l"§ ho««ymoon trrp* — HmI JaUflhrfiil inr«riud« arranged Jus* for yo* — 300 Wilson Avenu* — Downsvfow ADRIAN C. UMBERTII ME. 5-5661 •sk for »ur «xf*rt trav*l counsellor. fecial WcteJ — 781 Winnett Avenue, are on a trip to Israel, where they will visit with Mr. Jablonsky's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. land Mrs. G. Jablonsky, of Natanya, for the bar-.iizvah of their nephew. Shea Jo->hua, who will be called to the Reading of the Law, on March 5. He is the brother of Rochclle. aged ten years old. They will also visit with Mrs. Jablonsky's brother and >i>ter:in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Zal-man Unger; and brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Israel Appleblatt, all of Tel-Aviv. Israel. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Pari, 2 Westover Hill Road, celebrated the bar-mitzvah of their son, Ronald Joel, who was called to the Reading of the Law, on his bar-mitz- , vah. at Bctli Sholom Synagogue. He is the brother of Miss Judith Pari; grandson of Mrs. Bertha Pari, 2001 Bathurst Street, and the late Morris Pari; and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Samet, who were the godparents. Kiddush was observed. Afterwards Mr.'and Mrs. Pari were hosts at a luncheon. The hostess wore a jade-grceu, two-piece, knitted silk suit; trimmed with lace embroidery; and black accessories. Miss Pari wore an aquamarine-blue, three-piece knitted suit; with a black, velvet pillbox hat; and matching accessories. Mrs. Bertha Pari, grandmother, wore a green, brocaded, two-piece dress; with a black hat; and accessories. Taking part in a cere-* , inony, with the family, to mark the occasion, were: Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pari, 43 Warwick Street; .Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weiner, 269 Arlington Avenue; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pilsmaker. 18 Parent Avenue; Mr. and Mrs. Morris Karal-nick. 21 Letchworth Crescent; Mr. and Mrs. Issie Gossack, of Montreal. Quebec, all uncles, and aunts; Mrs. Murray Weisbrot. 3690 Bathurst Street; Miss Sharon Pilsmaker, and Lawrence Pilsmaker, 18 Parent Avenue; Misses Myra and Fern Karalnick, 21 Letchworth Crescent; Marilyn Arlene, - Mp_rrie, and Avrom Pari, 43 Warwick Avenue; Mark, and Sharon Rothparr, all cousins; Lawrence Johnson, Martin Katz; Fred Mayer, . Robert Kriegef, Alvin Rich, Brian Cappe, Joseph Mini-ram, David Caine, Neil Nisher, Allan Weiss. Mitchell Weiss, Stan- ¦ ley Oster, Betty Rich, Toba, and Barbara Katz, and Simon Abel. Issie Gossack. uncle, of Montreal, asked the blessing over the challah. George Frank was master of ceremonies. Mrs. Bella Leiberman, Mrs. Gertrude Brown, both of Rochester, N. Y.; and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rothpan, and Mark, and Sharon, of Montreal; all cousins, were here for the celebration. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tepperman, 2900 Bathurst' Street, entertained one hundred guests at dinner, and dancing on the sixteenth birthday of their daughter Roslyn Hyla; sister of Miss Sharon Frances Tepperman; and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Kirshbaum, 2900 Bathurst Street; and of the late Mr. and Mrs. S. Tepperman. The hostess wore a gold, brocaded cocktail dress, 'with matching accessories. Mrs. J. Kirshbaum; grandmother, wore a cranberry-red, . two-piece crepe dress; with matching accessories. Miss Tepperman Wore a navy-blue, crepe dress, trimmed with white; and matching accessories. Roslyn Hyla wore a pink dress, with its own jacket, and a white collar; and had American Beauty-red roses, lilies-of-the-valley, stephanotis. and ivy. Eric Sholom Kirsh, cousin, and Barbara Shusterman, were masters of ceremonies. A heart-shaped birthday cake decorated the table; with flowers and candles; all in pink. Those who lit the candles on the cake were: Samuel Kestenberg, 206 Gloucester Grove; Stephen Rosen, 687 Vaughan Road; Sheldon Kcs-ten. 57 Steven Avenue; Robert Walton. 17 Terrydale Drive; Sheldon Mandel. 35 Dunlop Avenue; Larry Oronstein. 1014 Briar Hill Avenue: Marshall Kesten, 57 Steven Avenue; Richard Morrison. 3-» Ridgevale Drive; George Adams. 435 Glen Park Drive; Howard Risen. 156 Humewood Drive; Seymour Zaks. 510 Rush-ton Road: Eric Sunshine, 4981 Bathurst Street; Lawrence Bloom. 212 Waterloo Avenue; Brian Le-neck. 91 Roberta Drive; Calvin Goldman. 9 York Downs Drive; Farley Mernick. 17 Model Avenue; Eric Kirsh. 84 Sultana Drive; and Howard English, 134 Times Road, the- ma.-ter of ceremonies; Gilda M-nsin. 18 Peveril Hill Road North; Paula Oilgis^er. 81 Ava Rrad: Andrea Washerman. 25 Gloucester Grove; Linda Colchary. 31 Ridgevale Drive; Sar.dra Diamond, h68 Winona Drive; Sharon Dubinsky, 15 Peveril Hill Road South; Betty Scheskin. 154 Briar Hill Avenue; Terry Tepperman, 17 Southgate Avenue; Sally Solomon, 72 Lynnhaven Road; Ruth Lsprich, 118 Atlas Avenue; Rhonda Druker, 85 Home Road; and Barbara Shusterman, 189 Armour Boulevard; Miss Sharon Frances Tepperman, her sister; Mr. and Mrs. J. Kirshbaum, grandparents; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tepperman, parents; and Roslyn Hyla. Also present were: Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kornbloom, 3882 Bathurst Street; Mr, and Mrs. M. Tepperman, 569 Sheppard Avenue West; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Tepperman, 53 Sparrow Avenue; Mr. and Mrs. A. Tepperman, 12 DeQuincy Boulevard; Mr. and Mrs. Max Tepperman, 17 Southgate Avenue; Mr. and Mrs. C. Katzman, 569 Sheppard Avenue; Mr. and Mrs. Murray H: Kirsh, 85 Sultana Avenue, all uncles, and aunts; Mr. nnd Mrs. G. Bloom, 1154 College Street; Mr. and Mrs. J. Snider, 67 Prince Charles Drive; Mr. and Mrs. A. Sunshine, 4983 Bathurst Street; and Joseph Kruger, 267 Brighton Avenue; all great-uncles, and great-aunts; Mr. and Mrs. Tzvi Ross, 101 Overbrook Avenue, cousins; Mr. and Mrs. Archie Ma-dorsky, 77 Gambello Crescent; and Mr. and Mrs. I. Charny, 32 Sun-field Road. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wayne, 50 Glen Long Avenue, celebrated the bar-mitzvah of their son, Martyn Allyn, who was called to the Reading of the Law, in honour of his bar-mitzvah, at Temple Sinai. He is the brother of Robin, aged nine years; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Appel. 228 Major Street; and of Mr, and Mrs. Harry Weinberg. 3638 Bathurst Street. He is the godson of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wayne. 165 Ava Road, uncle and aunt. Kiddush was observed, at which two hundred and fifty guests were present. Mrs. Daniel Waynd wore a gold-coloured and brown, two-piece knitted suit; brown snakeskin shoes and handbag; and a. white feathered and mink hat. Mrs. Appel, grandmother, wore a blue silk, two-piece dress; with matching accessories; and a white hat. Mrs. Harry Weinberg, grandmother, wore a black silk two-piece suit; with a gold blouse; and matching accessories; and a black fur hat. Robin, his sister, wore a turquoise-blue, suede, suit; and a white, and turquoise-blue beret, with a pom-pom. The following evening, a cocktail party and dinner reception, had three hundred guests present. Victor Appel and Harry Weinberg, grandfathers, asked the blessing. Robin, sister, was master of ceremonies. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Appel, grandparents, presented a prayer shawl and skull cap, to their grandson; and Mr. and Mrs, Harry Weinberg, grandparents, presented him with an Israel bond. Those who lit the candles on the bar-mitzvah cake, were: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weinberg and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Appel, grandparents; Nr. and Mrs. Mac Brandwein, and Terry Lynn; 567 Melrose Avenue; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wayne, and Lar-_ ry, Brian, and Judy, 165, Ava Road; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Appel, and Robert, Lawrence and Shelly. 65 Old Park Road; Issie Weinberg, 35 Bayharnpton Court, and his son, Arnold Weinberg, 14 Purden Drive, all uncles and aunts; Mrs. Bessie Metter and Toby, 232 Markham Road; Mrs. Shirley Philip, 228 Major Street; Mrs. Jenny Rose, 24 Parkhill Avenue; and son, David Rose, 91 DeQuincy Boulevard; and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Sherman, 120 Shel-. bourne Avenue, all,cousins; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sclodnick, 79 PurdoA Drive; James, Robert and }fark Stein, of Midland. Ontario; Allah Kozlov, 49 Glen Long Avenue; Michael Zeidenberg, 6 Euphrasia Drive; Barry Stein, 126 Baycrest Avenue; and Harold and Paul Sclodnick, 79 Purdon Drive; Robin; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wayne, the parents; and Martyn Allyn. Mrs. Wayne greeted her guests, wearing a white and gold-coloured brocaded gown; with matching accessories; and an orchid corsage. Mrs. Victor Appel. grandmother, wore a two-piece, blue and gold-coloured brocaded gown; and matching accessories; and a mauve orchid corsage. Mrs. Harry Weinberg, grandmother, wore a two-piece, puckered, blue brocaded gown; with matching accessories; and a mauve orchid corsage. Robin wore a green chiffon dress, ap-pliqued with bright green butterflies; and had Sweetheart rosebuds. Mr. and Mrs. T. Appel. and Mrs. Elliott Gluck and Miss Sher-ril Gluck, of Ottawa, Ontario; Mr. and-Mrs. Robert Horwitz, of Buffalo. New York, all cousins; Dr. and Mrs. G. Stone, of Hamilton. Ontario; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stein, of Midland. Ontario; Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Cohen, of Detroit, Michigan; Mr. and .Mrs. S. Glazier, of Simcoe. Ontario: and Mr. and Mrs. A. Rubin, of Oshawa, Ontario, were guests. BAR-miTZURHS Fauvey Frank, son of Mr. ar.d Mrs. David Feldman. 24 Mar.or Haven Road, will be called to the Reading of the Law, in honour of his bar-mitzvah. on February 12, at North Bathurst Talmud Torah. He is the brother of Lawrence and Barbara; grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Feldman: and of the late Mr. ar.d Mrs. Morris Fi»her. Joel Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard W. Goldman. 7^1 Briar Hill Avenue, will be called to the Reading of the Uw, in honour of his bar-mitzvah on February 12. at Beth Tzedec Synagogue. He is the brother of Joycey, aged sixteen years; and Jay, four; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. H. Rosenberg, 3575 Bathurst Street; and of the late Mr. and Mis. J. Goldman. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kornblum. 52 Wcnderly Drive, celebrated the bar-mitzvah of their son, Warren, who was called to the Reading of the Law in honour of his bar-mitzvah, at Beth Sholom Synagogue. He is the brother of Jaye, aged nine years; grandson of Mrs. Rebecca Kornblum, 190 Glen Cedar Drive; and of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pollock. 110 Eglinton Avenue. BAS-miTZUflHS Joanne Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray L. Taube,' 33 Shallmar Boulevard, will be called to the Reading of the Law, in honour of her bas-mitzvah, on Febru-^ ary 12, at Both Tzedec Synagogue. She is the sister of Gary, aged fifteen years; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Cole, 619 Avenue Road; and of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Taube, 4383 Bathurst Street; great-granddaughter of Mrs. Fanny Cohen, 74 Spadina Road; and of the late Joseph Cohen. ITlARRIflGES ROSS-KRAIGMAN The marriage of Miss Faith Kraigman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kraigman, 27 Major Street, to Jerry Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs. Erving Ross, 11 Regatta Crescent, was solemnized on January 8, at seven o'clock, by~Rabbi G. Feldcr, assisted by Cantor S. Langncr. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. vShe was in a sleeveless, white, lace gown; made with a high neckline; <"anc] straight skirt; with an Empire-styled, peau de soie coat. Her tulle illusion veil was shoulder-length; and she carried a prayer book, covered with stephanotis, and streamers, and trimmed with green ivy. Mrs. Leon Miller, cousin of the bride, was the matron of honour. In an ice-blue, chiffon gown, with a three-tiered flounce, below the knee, she had a coat of chiffon; and matching head-band; and carried a bouquet of roses, shaded from pale pink, to deep red. Rhonda and Cheryl Silverstone, cousins of the groom, were junior bridesmaids. The former wore a green peau de soie, Empire gown; with a matching head-band. The second wore an identical gown in yellow, with a yellow head-band. They carried baskets of roses, in shades of pale pink to deep red. Shelly Ross was his brother's best man. The ushers were: Mark Kraigman, brother of the bride; Ralph Zimmerman, Tom Grier, Allan Ross, Dr. Barry Zimmerman, cousins of the groom; and Melvin Rosenblum, Richard Sommers, Barry Goldman, and Gary Nein-stein. Hyman Kraigman, .27 Major Street, grandfather of the bride, was in the wedding procession. Mr. and Mrs. A. Kraigman, 197 Montrose Avenue; Mrs. Esther Chousky, 66 Gloucester Grove; Mr. and Mrs. S. Warnick, 106 Elwood Street; uncles, and aunts; and Leon Miller, cousin of the bride; were all in the wedding procession-At the reception, Hyman Kraigman, grandfather of the bride, recited the prayer. Cantor H. Feder-man asked the blessing. Max Rosenthal, great-uncle of the groom, was master of ceremonies. He led the singing throughout the dinner and evening reception. The sweet table was in the shape of a triangle, and arranged with decoration of pyramids, and the Eiffel Tower shape. The wedding flowers we*e around the columns. An orchestra played. Three hundred and fifty guests were received. Mrs. Kraigman, mother of the bride, wore a pink, silk gown; the beaded bodice having a straight skirt; and had matching accessories and head-piece; and a pink orchid wristlet. Mrs. Ross, mother of the groom, wore a Grecian-styled, chiffon gown, shading from pink to red; with a matching head-piece and accessories. She had a soft-pink, orchid wristlet. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ross spent their wedding trip in Jamaica; the bride going away in a two-piece, peach-coloured woolen suit; with toning hat, and accessories; and a white baby orchid corsage. They have taken up residence at 3 Goldfinch Court. Here for the marriage were: Dr. and Mrs. S. Katz. of Winnipeg, Manitoba, uncle, and aunt of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Miller, of Edmonton, Alberta, cousins of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. Sidney-Ross, grandparents of the groom; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rosenthal; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Nathanson, uncles, and aunts of the groom; Joseph Rosenthal, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ycsovitch, Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosenthal, Mrs. Claire N'eiss, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Myers; great-uncles, and great-aunts of the groom; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rosenthal, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Mones. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Raskin; all cousins of the groom; M. Zucker; all of Montreal. Quebec; and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ross, uncle, and aunt, of the groom, of West Vancouver, B- C, BIRTHS Born, to Mr. ar.d Mrs. Henry Goldbach (nee Marler.e Dollinger), 21 Southhourr.e Avenue, on January 16, at the Toronto General Hospital, a son, Michael Joel; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goldbach, 26 Newgate Road; and of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Dollinger, 89 Rockford Road. Jack Goldbach and Sidney Dollinger, grandfathers, held the baby during the ceremonv. Rorn, to Dr. and Mrs. Gordon Kerbel (nee Shirley Davis), 145 Highbourne Road, on January 9, at the Toronto General Hospital, a son, Howard David; brother of Steven, aged two vears; grandson of Mrs. Esther Davis, 3171 Bathurst Street; and of Mrs. Rose Kerbel, 206 Rosemary Road; great-grandson of Mr. and Mrs. J. Kor-man, of Kirkland Lake, Ontario. Godparents are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Caplan, of East Paterson, New Jersey, uncle and aunt. Dr. Norman Korbel, 221 Rosemary Road, uncle, held the baby during the ceremony. in memoRiAm MILLER: In loving memory of our beloved mother, Mrs. Esther Miller, who passed away February 1, 1951, the twenty-fifth day of Shevat. Always remembered and sadly missed by children, Mrs. S. Shiff-man (Rose), Morris and Charles Miller, and grandchildren. DEATHS ; Mrs. Esther Sherr Simon, 16 Chateau Court, died at her home on December 21, at the age of twenty-nine years. She is survived by her husband, Moishe Simon, two daughters: Julie Sue, aged four and one-half years; and Tammy Rose, nine months; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Sherr, 3 Dalebank Road; a brother, Bernard Sherr, 12 Rockford Road; and her parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simon, 102 Roberta Drive. Rabbi David Monson officiated, at the funeral service. Interment was at the Fraternally Yours Society Section, of Dawes Road Cemetery. Shiva was oU* served privately. Mrs. Simon was a member of the Borochov Centre. Dr. Charles Fremes, 35 Vesta Drive, died on January 9, at the age of seventy-three years. He is survived by two sons: Dr. Arthur Fremes, 15 Morewood Crescent; and Dr. Norman Fremes, 3106 Bay view Avenue; one daughter, Mrs. Robert E. Myers (Ruth), 35 Vesta Drive; nine grandchildren: Margaret, Charles, Bertye Elizabeth, and John Leonard, the children of Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Fremes; Stephen and Kathy, children of Dr. and Mrs. Norman Fremes; and Mrs. Bernard Gluckstein (Bertye Jill), 24 Fairmeadow Road; Robert and Andrew, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E; Myers; four sisters: Mrs. Minnie Kurtz, 790 Eglinton Avenue West; .Mrs. Barney H. Pickard (Bessie), 755 Avenue Road; Mrs. Jenny Brodey, 131 Bloor Street West; and Mrs. A. Chermiavsky (Ella), of South Africa, Rabbi W. Gunther Plaut officiated at the funeral services. Interment was at Holy Blossom Memorial Park. Shiva was at .the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Myers, 35 Vesta Drive. Dr. Fremes was a life-long member of Holy Blossom Temple; and the Primrose Club; and belonged to Oakdale Golf and Country Club. Mrs. Annie Isaacs. 202 Major Street, the widow of Max Isaacs, died on January 31, at the age of eighty-one years. She fs survived by four sons: Benjamin Isaacs, of Detroit, Michigan; A. Isaacs, of New York; Charles Isaacs, 238 Castlefield Avenue; and David Isaacs, 51 Exbury Road; two daughters: Mrs. Samuel K6pit (Shirley), of New York; and Mrs. Murray Greisdorf (Dorothy), 32 Alberta Drive; and was the mother of the late Louis and Joseph Isaacs. She is survived by thirteen grandchildren: Jordan Isaacs, of Detroit; Dr. Burtort Isaacs, of Chicago. Illinois; and Miss Rhoda Isaacs, of Montreal. Quebec, the children of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Isaacs; Mrs. Richard Schrage (Sharon), 2121 Bathurst Street, and Arnold Isaacs, children of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Isaacs; Ronald and Martin, sons of Mr. and Mrs. David Isaacs; Mrs. Neil Sachs, of Long Island. New York; and Mrs. Ray Jiminez, of Elizabeth, New Jersey, children of Mr. and Mrs. S. Kopit; Leslie and Howard Griesdorf; and Calvin and Gerald, sons of Mrs. Anne Isaacs and the late Joseph Isaacs; and a brother, Joseph Bluestein. of Cleveland. Ohio. Rabbi David Monson, and Rabbi Harold Ivcrner. officiated at the funeral service, at College Memorial Chapel. Interment was at the Judean Benevolent Society Section, of Roselawn Cemeterv. Shiva was at 238 Castlefield Avenue, the home of her son and daughtcr-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Isaacs. Louis Weiner. 20 Regina Avenue, died on December 21, at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, at the age of eighty-one years. He i> survived by his wife. Mrs. Fanny Weiner; ar.d three sons: Samuel Weiner. 1259 Lar.sdowne Avenue; Max Weiner, 20 Regina Avenue; and William Weiner, 9 Falling-dale Crescent; six grandchildren: Beverly and Barry, children of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Weiner; Steven and Brian, sons of Mr. LADIES FASHIONS ? DfttSSES ? OOWNS ? SUITS ? COATS Individually -tailored and d«»l§n«d by Cowturl«r«, jwtt arrlvad tram lurop: 483-5 678 and Mrs. Max Weiner; and Bonnie and Adam, children of Mr. and Mrs. William Weiner. Rabbi Aaron Zimmerman officiated at the funeral services. Interment was at Pride of Israel Section of Mount Sinai Memorial Park. Shiva was at the home. Mr. Weiner was a member of the Pride of Israel Organization. Harry Pearlstein, 3060 Weston Road, died on January 24, at the Humbcr Memorial Hospital, at the age of fifty-seven years. He is survived by his wifey.Mrs. Clara Pearlstein; his mother, Mrs. Annie B. Handelman, of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; and a brother, Dr. Abraham Handelman,* of Rose-town, Saskatchewan. Rabbi Erwin Schild officiated at the funeral services. Interment was at Bathurst Lawn Cemetery. Shiva was at the home. Mrs. Rose Binder, 743 Woburn Avenue, died on January 23, at her home, at the age of seventy-three years. She is survived by two sons: Harry Binder, 743 Woburn Avenue; and Samuel Binder, 16 Peveril Hill Road North; two daughters: Mrs. M. Clement (So-nia), 71 Fairholme Avenue; and Mrs. H. Wilks (Raeh 743 Woburn Avenue; six grandchildren: Stephen and Larry, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Binder; Louisa and Gary Clement; and Mrs. Ronald Hoffman (Heather), and Gerald Wilks. children of Mr. and Mrs. H. Wilks; one great-grandchild: Jaimie Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wilks; and one brother: Benjamin Millman, of Chatham, Ontario. Rabbi Bernard Rosensweig officiated at the funeral service. Interment was at Lambton, Hebrew Men- of England Section, of RoyalYork Road Cemetery. Shiva was at the home. Mrs. Binder was a member of the Lagover Society; and the Y.M.-Y.W.H.A. Mrs. Annie Wagman, 201 Beverley Street, died on January 19, at her home, at the age of eighty-six years. She is survived by three sons: Alex Wagman, 101 Charles-wood Drive; Murray Wagman, 735 Briar Hill Avenue; and Harry Wagman, 680 Briar Hill Avenue; two daughters: Mrs. Harry Fisher (Florence), 556 Fairlawn Avenue; and Mrs. Norman Schwartz (Sylvia), 201 Beverley Street; thirteen grandchildren: Sidney Wagman, 120 Codsell Avenue; and Steven, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Wagman; Stanley Wagman, 1660 Lawrence Avenue, and Ian, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Murray-Wagman; Charles, Dennis, Marlene and Shael, children of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wagman; Mrs. Samuel Kruger (Susan), 27 Purdon Drive; Mrs. Cyril Lax (Noreen), 193 Searle Avenue; and Cheryl, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. H. Fisher; and Earl and Martin Schwartz. Rabbi Moses J. Burak officiated at the funeral service. Interment was at Beth Jacob Memorial Park Section, Royal York Road Cemetery. Mrs. Wagman was a member of the Senior Mizrachi Hapoel Hamizrachi; and the Talmud Torah. HARRY SHEFFER 534-7561 KILVINGTON BROS. LTD. MONUMENTS 1357 ST. 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