Canadian Jewish Review

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Full text: THE CANADIAN JEWISH REVIEW NOVEMBER 30, 1951 montreal births (Additional Montreal Births on Page Ten) Born, to Mr. and Mrs. William Aronoff (nee Fannie Slapack), Vendome Avenue, a daughter, Gloria, on October 22, at Herbert Red-dy Memorial Hospital; sister of Grace, Edward, Herbert, and Naomi; granddaughter .of Mr. and Mrs. L. Slapack, Clark Street; and of Mrs. P. Aronoff, McEachran Avenue, and the late Philip Aronoff. - Born, to Mr. and Mrs. I. Krull (nee Bella Braunstein), Jeanne Mance Street, a son, Sidney, on October 10, at Herbert Reddy Memorial Hospital; brother of Warren. - Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Morton Yaffe (nee Sylvia Zeesman), La-combe Avenue, a daughter, Lois, on October 26, at the Jewish General Hospital, sister of Arlene; granddaughter of Mrs. D. Zeesman, Victoria Avenue, and the late A. Zeesman; and of Mr. and Mrs. R. Yaffe, Queen Mary Road. Joel, on October 18, at the Jewish General Hospital; brother of Phyllis; grandson of Mrs. M. Lendman, de I'Epee Avenue, and the late Mr. Lendman; and of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Schwartz. Godparents are Mr. and Mrs. L. Lendman, uncle and aunt, Brighton Avenue. S. Bloomberg, de I'Epee Avenue, held the baby during the ceremony; Road, and the late Joseph Jospc. Godparents are Miss Celia Jospt, aunt, Queen Mary Road; and Percy Soicher, uncle, of Valois. Maurici-Brovender, cousin, of Timmin», Ont., held thi- baby during the ceremony. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. H. Nal-mark (nee Rebecca Berman), Maplewood Avenue, a son, Martin Paul, on October 18, at the Jewish Geneia! Hospital; brother of Robert and Shun; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. S. Berman, Henri Julien Avenue; and of Mr. and Mrs. J. Naimark, Ridgevale Avenue; great-grandson of Mis. D. Starr, of Toronto, Ont. Godparents are Mr. and Mrs. Norman Naimark, uncle and aunt, Cavendish Avenue. J. Weiss-man, cousin, Plamondon Avenue, held the baby during the ceremony. Born, to Councilloi and Mrs. Harry Kolbtr (nee Vivian Davis), Duiochi-r Avenue, a daughter, Alice Jean, on October 18, at the Jewish Geneial Hospital; sister of Naomi and Sandra; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Davis, of Curling, Newfoundland; and of the late Mr. anil Mis. S. Kolher. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Max Schwartz (nee Ann Lendman), Outremont Avenue, a son, Murray Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jospe (nee Miriam Ripstein), Decarie Boulevard, a son, Joseph Lewis, on October 16, at the Royal Victoria Hospital; grandson of Mrs. H. M. Ripstein, Queen Mary Road, and the late Hyman Ripstein; and of Mrs. H. Jospe, Queen Mary Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Orenstein (nec Evelyn Palefsky), Linton A^nue, a son, David, on October l(J,*^t the Jewish .General Hospital; brother of Barbara; grandson of MrSand Mrs. L\Pa!cf-sky, Esplanade Avemw^and oKMr. and Mrs. M. OrensteinT^uj?i-Dtfs Avenue; great-grandson of Mr. ar\d Mrs. S. Segal, Casgrain Street. Godparents are Mr. and Mrsr Hy-man Orenstein, uncle and aunt, Dupuis Avenue. Mr. Segal, greatgrandfather, held the baby during the ceremony. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank cleaning grime oft ash trays. Its handy oval shape cleans hard-to-clean corners. Ideal on glass, metal or pottery ash trays. cleaning starch off irons. S.O.S. easily removes starch that's burnt on and keeps your iron brightly polished. Angel (nee Rhoda Mazin), Querbe* Avenue, a daughter, Soryl Rose, on October 16, at the Jewish General Hospital; sister of Phyllis. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. S. Mazin, Querbes Avenue; and Mr. and Mrs. M. Singer, Joyce Avenue. Burn, to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goi-don (nec Anita Lewis), Dunraon Avenue, a son, Alan Neil, on October 12, at tho Royal Victoria Hospital; brother of David; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. I. Lewis, Lacombi Avenue; and of Mr. and Mrs. A. Gordon, Dunmore Avenue. God-paients are Mr. and Mrs. J. Takef-man, cousins, Clanranald Avenue. J. Gordon, great-uncle, Barclay Avenue, held the baby during the ceremony. Born, to .Mr. and Mrs. Jack Postelnick (nee Gloria Segal), Monkland Avenue, a daughter, Rhona, on Octobci 21, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, sister of Jeffrey; granddaughter of l>*JBLfiegal, Park Avenue, and the late~jTj^iflegal; and of Mrs. Sarafi Postelnick, Trans Island Avenue, and the late J. Postelnick, of Perth, Ont. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Glantz (nee Bella Bernice Greenberg), Jeanne Mance Strict, a daughter, Audrey Ellen, on October 15, at the Royal Victoria Hospital; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. Greenberg, Jeanne Mance Street; and of Mr. and Mrs. L. Glantz, Clark Street; gteat-gianddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Schaffer, Mount Royal Avenue West. Born, to Mr. and Mis. Aaron Golfman (nee Annette Friedman), Fulton Avenue, a son, Kenneth Lee, un October 2t>, at the Jewish General Hospital; brother of Judy anii Murray; grandson of S. Fiiedman, of London, Ont.; and the late Mrs. Friedman; and of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. Golfman. Godparents au-Mrs. S. Potechin, cousin, Lacombi-Avenue; and Bernard Friedman, nephew, Querbes Avenue. J. Goldstein, great-uncle, Queen Maiy Road, held the baby during th« ceremony. Born, to Mr. and Mis. Morri.-. Granich (nec Tauba Haffnei), Carlton Avenue, a daughter, Arlene Laraine, on October 25, at Herbert Reddy Memorial Hospital; sister of Ronald and Barry; granddaughter of Mi. and Mrs. M. Haff-ner, Clark Street; and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Adolphe Granich. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Morton Walfish (nee Charlotte Dubrovsky), Goyer Road, a daughter, Sharon Roberta, on October 22, at the Jewish General Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. S. Dubrovsky, Plamondon Avenue; and Mr. and Mrs. G. Walfish, Draper Avenue. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Silverman (nee Sally Hartman). Cote St. Luc Road, a daughter, Marlene Joy, on October 22, at the Royal Victoria Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Israel Hartman, of Ottawa, Ont.; and Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Silverman, Vendome Avenue. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Haberman (nee Pauline Sommer, of Montreal), of Newark, N. J., at Beth Israel Hospital, in Newark, on October 23, a son, Gary Owen; grarrdson of Mr. and Mrs. L. Sommer, 6120 Mountain Sights Avenue, Montreal; and of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Haberman, of Maplewood, N. J. Miss Toba Sommer, Mountain Sights Avenue, an aunt; and Jack Haberman, of Maplewood, N. J., an uncle, are the godparents. Mr. Haberman, the grandfather, held the baby during the ceremony. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Julius Marinoff (nee Rosalind Tafler*. of Noranda, Que., a son, Louis Joshua, at the Memorial Hospital, in Noranda, on October 18: erand-son of Mr. "a"nd Mrs. M. Tafler. Lajoie Avenue. Godparents are Ms. and Mrs. Gabriel Gold, uncle and aunt, Meridian Avenue. Mr. Tafler, grandfather, held the baby during the ceremony. Born, to Dr. and Mrs. David Ko-bernick (nee Lillian Archeck), Dun-lop Avenue, a son, Howard Gordon, on October 22, at the Jewish General Hospital; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. M. Archeck, of Vancouver, B.C.; and of Mr. and Mrs A. Ko-bernick, Ducharme Avenue; great-grandson of Mrs. I. Kobernick, Stuart A%'enue. Godparents are Mi. and Mrs. H. Benedik, jr.cle an.l aunt, Ducharme Avenue. Dr. I. Lubin, Ducharme Avenue, held the baby during the ceremony Born, to Mr. and Mrs. C. Wal-lach (nee Mary Molson. formerly of Montreal), of New York, a son. James, on November 4, at Lennox Hill Hospital, in New York. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. Molson. Laval Avenue: and Mr. and Mr?. I. Wallach. of New York Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Engelberg (nee Phyllis Wiseman). Querbes Avenue, a-daughter, Ronni Suzan, on October 27, at the Roya! Victoria Hospital; sister of Stephen David; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J Wiseman, Querbes Avenue; and of Mr. and Mrs. N. Engelberg, Querbes Avenue. Born, to Mr. and Mis. Samuel Pap (nee Goldie Sorokah Draper Avenue, a son, Elliott Allan, on October 26, at Herbert Reddy Memorial Hospital; brother of Janice Carol; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. B. Soroka, Draper Avenue; and of Mr. and Mrs. W. Pap, Querbes Avenue. Godparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam. Lerner, uncle and aunt, Querbes Avenue. Born, to Mr. and Mis. Sam. Gui-delL_(nee Molly Cooper), Davaar Avenue, a daughter, Rhoda Patricia, on O-'tobcr 2G, at the Royal Victoria Hospital; sister of David and Amch. Grandparents arc Mr. and Mia. L. Cooper, Van Home Avenue; and Mr. and Mrs. A. Gandclman, Davaar Avenue. ft. £. (r<£mutnr RutortM of Glau, Chine, Crystal 150) St. Cothtnne Si., W. H. VH Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shapiro (ncc Florence Thow), Royal Avenue, a son, Gaiy Erwin, on October 22, at the Jewish General Hospital; brother of. Larry; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. A. Thow, Royal Avenue; and of Mr. and Mr»-M. Shapiro, Davaar Avenue; great-grandson of Mr. and Mrs. I. Ben-ditsky, Maplewood Avenue; of Mr. and Mrs. A. Shapshay, of New York; and of Mrs. L. Rosenbauni, Esplanade Avenue. Godparents are Mrs. L. Wiseman, aunt, Hutchison Street; and Lewis Thow, uncle, Royal Avenue. Mr. Shapiro, grandfather, held the baby during the ceremony. EXdale7455 Linlon Pharmacy leo goimlin, prop. 6025 victoria ave. near van Homo sckteej proscriptions colled for ond delivered DO YOUR MET TROUBLE YOUP ( i.nsuli L. A. BKASSEUK root specialist — shot studio specially bum wwe* stock Si7*s 3 to 11 widths AAAAA to Ett mfn's shoes nurses' SHOES 1417 Bleary st. Ptottee WI Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Alexander (nee Ursula Ullman), Decellcs Avenue, a daughter, Sharon Linda, on October 25, at the Jewish Geneial Hospital. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. R. Hecht (nee Sally Gilbert), MacKenzie Avenue, a daughter, Joyce, on October 24, at the Jewish General Hospital; sister of Linda and Steven. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. I. Gilbert, Coolbrook Avenue; and Mr. and Mrs. A. Hecht, Querbes Avenue. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Simon Bresner (nee Lily Itscovitch), Du-rochci1 Avenue, a son, Barry Howard, on October 28, at the Jewish General Hospital; brother of Reisa; grandson of Mrs. A. Itscovitch, -1140 City Hall Avenue; and of Mr. and Mrs. M. Bresner, 4680 de Bui Smoke and Enjoy la florena cigars ALL HAVANA Cuban Style MY LINDA Pur* Habahe] TUER0 CIGARS Pur 9 Hah an a lion Street, who are the godparents. S. Solomon, great-uncle, St. Urbaia Street, held the baby during the ceremony. HALLS OR MEETING ROOMS for small or large social functions or assemblies at the LABOR ZIONIST CENTRE 5101 Esplanade Ave., Montreal Phone GRavelle 6406 Set-Hard a JUm? £keppe l IN ANT EVENT SEND FLOWERS r.OWEJ&-TS£GRAPHED fcVfcKTWHERfc 4t97 PAW AVENUE Vl. 4415 (corner St. J ewe* mukrrortf) Choke suggestions... Grade A and special Capons, Ducks, Double Breasted Turkeys, Broilers Wonderful roasts, steaks. Fish that is super. AJI delicatessen items. 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