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Full text: 8 THE CANADIAN JEWISH REVIEW FEBRUARY 4/1966 TRAVEL AGENTS r WORLD WIDE TRAVEL SERVICE sptcklliinf in H«nnjnf honey trig* — hmt eullfhtful interlude) arranged lint for yn — 300 Wilton Avenue — Downsview ADRIAN C UMBERHI ML 5-5661 i •$k for our «xf*rt it«v«1 e*yn«oluf. fecial %teA — Tctcntc Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Zarnett, 51 Evanston Drive, returned from a vacation in Miami Beach, Florida. They went via Air Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Steinberg and daughter Joan, 120 Whitmore Avenue, have returned from a •three-week vacation in Miami Beach, Florida, where they stayed at the South Seas Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Horen-feldt, 14 -Meadow-brook Avenue, have returned from a wedding trip to Jamaica and the Caribbean. Mrs. Horenfeldt is the former Miss Marlene Esther Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Baker, 86 Garthdale Court. Mr. Horenfeldt is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Horenfeldt, 1G3 Ava Road. Here for the funeral of Mrs. Ida Chaja Greenspoon, were: her son, and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, Samuel Greenspoon, her son-in-law, and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. Braverman; her brother-in-law, Benjamin Greenspoon; and her grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. William Greenspoon, and Jack Greenspoon; all of Sudbury, Ont.; Nathan Sugar, her brother, of York. Pa.; and her sister, Mrs. A. Brown, of Baltimore, Maryland. Mr. and Mrs. M. Sniderman and son, Corey, formerly of 491 Wilson Avenue, have taken up new residence at 11 Goldfinch Court. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lovat, 236 Pal-merston Avenue, have taken up new residence at 107 Hilton Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. J. Korman, of Kirkland Lake, Ontario, were here, on the birth of their great-grandson, Howard David, son of Dr. and Mrs. Gordon Kerbel; brother of Steven, aged two years, 145 Highbourne Road. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Freedman, 526 Brunswick Avenue, have taken up new' residence at 4222 Bathurst Street. Mr. and Mrs. David Sitzer, 37 Forest Wood, are visiting -with Mrs. Sitzer's brothers and sisters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Taf-fert, of Tucson, Arizona; and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Taffert, of Los Angeles, California. They will go to Tel Aviv, Israel, for a month where they will visit with nieces and nephews, Mr. and Mrs. David Millet, of Jerusalem; Mr. and Mrs. Zvi Levenson, of Hacarmel; Mr. and Mrs. Pardes Menahem,' of Tel Aviv; and Dr. Martin Gries, and Dr. Chaija Gries, of Rehovo.t. - Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kogan, 5 Clovelly Avenue; Mrs. Morris Alspector, 27 Wynn Road; and Mrs. H. Rosenbaunv 29 Wynn Road; visited Mr. Kogan's brother-in-law, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shochat, and his mother, Mrs. Kreindel Smolkin; all of Montreal, Quebec. Mrs. Kogan, Mrs. Alspector, and Mrs. Rosen-baum were present at the luncheon at Desjardins Restaurant, in honour of Mr. and Mrs. Kogan's daughter, Miss Jacqueline Kogan, FOR EXPERIENCED ADVICE ON • ANNUITIES • ACCIDENT ft • HEALTH INSURANCE • LIFE INSURANCE • GROUP INSURANCE MURRAY. J. KATZMAN, C.L.U. SUPERVISOR* 151 Bloor Slr««l W«t, - Joiti 530 BUS.: «7 1933 *ES.: Mi. ttfl Great-West Life G~ra COLLEGE MEMORIAL CHAPEL ml cell eg e ft. - wa. s-#419 and the fiancee of Mrs. Alspec-tor's son, Sheldon Alspector. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis, 71 McGilliyray Avenue, were in Long Island, New York, for a party,-on the engagement of their daughter Miss Judy Risa Davis, to Charles Steven Walcer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Walcer, of Long Island, New York, given by the parents of the groom-to-be. Here for the funeral of their mother, the late Mrs. Ita Zuckert were: Samuel Zuckert, and Mrs. A. Zimmerman, both of Los Angeles, California; Mrs. II. Klein, of Newark, New Jersey; Mrs. U. Allen, Mrs. H. Bates and Miss Lydia Zuckert, all of New York. Mr. and Mrs.-M. -Enushevsky of Welland, Ontario, her brother-in-law and sister, were present. , Mr. and Mrs. John Tepperman, of New York, are visiting with friends, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gel-man, 7 Blevins Place. Mr.' and Mrs. Max Lazer, formerly of 180 Caribou Road, have taken up new residence 4383 Bathurst Street. Mr.-and Mrs. Charles Steinberg, of Chicago, Illinois, are visiting with their friends, Mr. and Mrs. George Tennenbaum, 354 King Street East., Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Geswin, and Brian and David, of Winnipeg, Manitoba, are visiting his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kowalchuk, 360 King Street East. In Montreal, Quebec, .for' the bar-mitzvah of Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ely Prashker, 614 Smart Avenue, who was called to the Reading of the Law, at Beth Zion Synagogue, were: Mrs. C. Weiner, 21 May fair Avenue; Mrs. S. So-mers, 158 Robert Street; Mr. and Mrs. J. Prashker, 27 Dell Park Avenue; all great-uncles, and great-aunts; Sidney Butovsky, 214 St. George Street West, uncle; Mr. and Mrs. E. Winer, and Blu-ma, and David, 107 Ava Road; Mr. and Mrs. M. Winer, and Gilda, and Norman, 3 Denmark Crescent; Mr. and Mrs. M. Goldsmith, 47 Cam-berwell Road* Mr. and Mrs. B. Orson, 22'Yeomans Avenue; Marvin Somers, 158 Robert Street; Mr. and Mrs. J. Stein, and Roslyn, and Hershel, 158 Robert Street; Mr. and Mrs. A. S, Prashker. 16 Sunhycrest Road; Mr. and Mrs. M. Fogel, 22 Lily wood Road; Mr. and Mrs. B. Prashker, 672 Woburn . Avenue; Mr. and Mrs. J. Gayne, and sons,.Richard, and Leslie, 207 Searle Avenue; all cousins;_ and Mr. and Mrs. M. Gray, and daughter, Dale, 22 Lily wood Road. Mr. and Mrs.William Gordon, 6 Drexel Road, visited her brother-in-law, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tarder, 705 Brunet Street; to be present at the bar-mitzvah of their nephew, Michael Frank, son of Harry Sloan, 6870 Fielding Avenue, and the late Mrs. Gertie Sloan, all of Montreal, Quebec, who was called to the Reading of the Law, at Shaare Zion Synagogue, Mr. and Mrs. .William Baker, and son, Albert Baker, and daughter. Miss Eileen Baker, of Montreal, Quebec, were here for the marriage of their niece. Miss Marlene Esther Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Baker, 86 Garthdale Court, to Marvin Horn-feldt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Hornfeldt, 163 Ava Road, at Beth Sholom Synagogue; stopping at the Royal York Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Katzman, 20 Renoak Drive, entertained at home, to honour the engagement of Mrs. Katzman's brother, Lawrence Greenspoon. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenspoon, to Miss Gail Bleiman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Bleiman, 36 -Meadow? brook Road. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. H. Greenspoon, parents of the groom-to-be; Mr. and Mrs. A. Bleiman, parents of the bride-to-be; and children, Elise and Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Bleiman, 36 Meadowbrook Road, gave a dinner party, on the engagement of their daughter. Miss Gail Bleiman. to Lawrence Greenspoon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenspoon, 249 Hillhurst Boulevard. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. M. Erenberg. 240 Viewmount Avenue, grandparents of the groom-to-be; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Katzman, 20 Renoak Drive, brother-in-law and sister of the groom-to-be; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenspoon, 249 Hillhurst Avenue, parents of the groom-to-be; and Sheldon, and Elise Bleiman. brother and sister of the bride-to-be. Mrs. Harry Greenspoon, 249 Hillhurst Boulevard; and her daughter. Mrs. Herbert kat2man, 20 Renoak Drive, gave a tea, at the latter's home in honour of Miss Gail Bleiman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Bleiman. 36 Meadowbrook Road, the fiancee of the former's son, Lawrence Greenspoon. Mrs. Harry Greenspoon wore a two-piece, blue, brocaded, cocktail suit; and a white and blue-tinted carnation corsage, trimmed with green ivy. Mrs. Herbert Katzman wore a black crepe dress, with a white lace top, and a Chanel-styled jacket. Mrs. Albert H. Bleiman wore a two-piece brocaded dress. Mrs. M. Erenberg, grandmother of the groom-to-be, wore a light green crepe dressy and had accessories; and a white and green rosebud corsage. Elise Bleiman, sister of the bride-to-be, wore a pink dress with matching accessories. Sharon Faith, aged two years, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Katzman, wore a white wool jacket dress, with rose applique. Miss Gail Bleiman, the bride-to-be, wore a white, velvet, two-piece, A-line suit; and had matching accessories, and an orchid corsage. One hundred and eighty guests were present, among them, Mrs. Marvin Chait, of Buffalo, New York. Mr. and Mrs! C. Bidlofsky, 48 Venetian Crescent, entertained at a family dinner and birthday party, on the fourth birthday of their daughter, Esther Francine; sister of Harold Jeffrey, aged ten months; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Davis, 1640 Queen Street West; and of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bidlofsky, 190 Lisgar Avenue; great-granddaughter of Mrs. Rose Davis, 1640 Queen Street West. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. M. Biddle, 200 Dufferin Street; Miss Helen Bidlofsky, 110 Jameson Avenue; and Allan Bidlofsky, 190 Lisgar Avenue, all uncles and aunts; Cary Goldstein, 27 Ollerton Crescent; Nadine Craf-ton, 86 Ravenbury Crescent; Laurie Ginsberg, 4854 Bathurst Street; Linda Pilch, 41 Venetian Crescent; Robin Anderson, 39 Venetian Drive; and Ian and Howard Sniteman, 27 Dombey Avenue. Red, white, and blue-tinted, carnations, chrysanthemums. and roses, were on the table, with a white and blue birthday cake. Mrs. Bidlofsky wore a blue and green, cotton Paisley-printed dress. Esther Francine wore a pink organza party dress. Mrs; Harry Moscoe, 19 Corwin Crescent, entertained one hundred guests, to honour Miss Marlene Rose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rose, 211 Acton Avenue, the fiancee of her son, Melvyn Moscoe. The, hostess was in a three-piece, mink-brown, ribbon-lace dress; with matching accessories; and a white and pink rosebud corsage. Mrs. Edward Rose, wore a two-piece white, brocaded dress; with a similar corsage. Miss Marlene Rose wore a three-piece, white brocaded suit; with an orchid corsage. Mrs. Anne Tishler, 2700 Bathurst Street, grandmother of the groom-to-be, wore a two-piece, blue, lace dress; and a corsage of pink and white pom-poms. Assisting were Miss Barbara Rose, sister of . the bride-to-be; in a green brocaded dress; and Miss Janice Rose, sister, in a blue silk dress; each with matching accessories; and a rosebud corsage. Mrs. Donald Moscoe, sister-in-law of the groom-to-be, of London, Ont., in a blue, woollen dress; had blue accessories; and a pink and white carnation corsage. Mrs. Frederick Silverstein, and Mrs. Rose Silverstein, of London, Ont.; and Mrs. Robert Stone, a cousin of the groom-to-be, of Buffalo, N. Y., were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martin, 646 Briar Hill Avenue, celebrated the bas-mitzvah of their daughter, Judy, who was called to the Reading of the Law* at Beth Sholom Synagogue. She is the sister of Miss Barbara Martin, and Miss Donna Martin; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Martin, 475 Lytton Boulevard; and of Mrs. Sarah Goldstein, 576 Bedford Park Avenue. Kiddush' was observed. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martin entertained at a luncheon, at which three hundred guests were received. Mrs. Harold Martin greeted her guests, wearing a pink, brocaded silk, three-piece suit; with a toning pink tulle hat; and black accessories; and a pink baby orchid. Miss Barbara Martin wore a two-piece, pink, plaid, woolen suit; with a matching, mulberry-red, picture hat; and black accessories; and a red orchid corsage. Miss Donna Martin wore a black and mauve, two-piece, woolen suit; with a matching hat and accessories; and a mauve orchid corsage. Mrs. Wrilliam Martin, grandmother, wore a two-piece, red, silk brocade, suit; with a matching hat; and black accessories; and a red orchid corsage. Mrs. Sarah Goldstein, grandmother, wore a two-piece .taupe-coloured suit; and had a blue velour hat; matching accessories; and a champagne-coloured orchid corsage. Judy wore a three-piece, pink, brocaded suit; with a pink, velvet hair-bow; and a pink baby orchid, William Martin, grandfather, asked the blessing. Miss Barbara Martin, and Miss Donna Martin, sisters, were the masters of ceremonies. Songs, dedicated to the bas-mitzvah girl, were sung by Mrs. Sidney Kam, her aunt. Taking part in a ceremony, to mark the occasion, were: Mr. and Mrs. William Martin, and Mrs. Sarah Goldstein, grandparents; ar.d uncles, ar.d aunts: Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Kam, and Melanie. 46 Wigan Crescent; Mr. and Mrs. Max Kudlow. and Jeffrey. Rhonda, Stephen, ar.d Gary. 54 Whitburn Crescent; Dr. ar.d Mrs. Jack Mo!-dofsky, and Deborah. Ronald. Jordan, and Mitchell. 149 Dalemour.t Avenue: Mr. ar.d Mrs. Daniel Goldstein, and Karla. ar.d Jay. of Hamilton. Ont.; Mr. ar.d Mrs. Frank Schwartz, and Brian, Steven. David, and Stuart, 158 Dalemour.t Avenue; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goldstein, and Sheryl and Robin. 10 Elise Terrace; and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rosenbloom, and Cindy and David, 118 Overbrook Place; Mr. and Mrs. Morris Goldstein, 12 Edinburgh Drive; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kam, 1050 Cas-tlefield Avenue, cousins; and Sheri Kahane, Elaine Strnshin, Annice Levenson, Connie Shuman, Shelley Ball, Mnfy Ann Keystone, and Maria Fine; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martin, parents; and Misses Barbara and Donna Martin, sisters; with Judy, the bas-mitzvah girl. grandfathers, held the baby during the ceremony. fHARRIAGES CHOUSKY-POMERANZ The marriage of Miss Henna Chousky. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Chousky, 60 Cocksficld Avenue, to Irving Pomeranz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pomeranz, 12 Carscadden Drive, was solemnized at Beth Tzedec Synagogue, on January 16, at five o'clock, by Dr. Stuart E. Rosenberg, Rabbi, assisted by Cantor Joseph Cooper. The bride was given in marriage by her parents, She wore a white, peau de soie, Empire gown; covered, in lace and seed pearls. The bodice had a scalloped neckline; and elbow-length sleeves; and the Arline skirt, a chapel train. Her tulle, illusion veil, was elbow-length, and placed by a pill box, trimmed with lace and seed pearls; and she carried a cascade bouquet ¦of.-white orchids, and roses. Miss Edith Laura Chousky, sister of the bride, was the maid of honour. She wore a red, chiffon gown; with , a full skirt; and a white beaded top; and had a matching, beaded, pill-box, trimmed with lace; and a bouquet of pink and white roses. Misses Sharon Steinberg, Sheila Nudelman., Esther Rosenbaum, cousin of the bride; Mrs. Kenneth Ross, Misses Susan Skolnick, and Helen Skurecki, were bridesmaids. Ellen Mizel, cousin of the bride, was-the junior bridesmaid. They wore red, chiffon gowns; with straight skirts; and white, sleeveless, scalloped jackets; and had matching head-bands; and carried bouquets of red and white roses, and carnations. Melanie Ro-senblum was flower girl. She wore a pink, organza dress, with a full skirt; and matching head-band; and had a basket of rose petals. Harry Lipskar was the best man. Jack Fruitman, cousin of the bride; Kenneth Ross, Terry Lottman, Jerry Diamond, Melvin Laderman, and Samuel Birkelhammer, were ushers. Michael James, cousin of the bride, was a junior usher. Cory James, cousin of the bride, was the ring bearer, in a tuxedo. Murray Alter's orchestra played. Four hundred and fifty guests were received. Mrs. Chousky, mother of the bride, wore a pink, peau de soie gown; with beaded neckline; and red underskirt; with the A-line skirt having a beaded hemline, which finished with a train. She had a matching flower headpiece; and a pink orchid wristlet. Mrs. Pomeranz, mother of the groom, wore a beaded, pink, peau de soie gown; with a straight skirt; and a chiffon evening coat; and had a beaded ribbon wound through her hair-dress; and a pink orchid wristlet Mrs. Gussie Grossman, 60 Cocksf ield Avenue; and Mrs. Rose Chousky, 1401 Eglinton Avenue, grandmothers of the bride; and Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Mustal, 66 Sussex Avenue, grandparents of the groom, were in the wedding procession. Mrs. Grossman, wore a pink, chiffon and lace, beaded gown; with scalloped neckline; and a headband, shaped in leaves; and a orchid wristlet. Mrs. Rose Chousky wore a pink, peau de soie, A-line gown; with a beaded bodice; matching head-band; and a pink orchid wristlet. Mrs. Mustal, wore a pink, crepe gown; with a straight skirt; and beaded bodice; and elbow-length sleeves; with a ribbon head-band; and a pink orchid wristlet. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Pomeranz spent their wedding trip! in Miami Beach, Florida. The bride travelled in a three-piece, deep mauve, silk suit; with a white beaver hat, and matching muff; and a white beaver coat, with a mink collar; and a white orchid corsage. They will take up residence at 12 Rockford Road. Out-of-town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Leibowitz, of New-York, uncle and aunt of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Skinulas, of King City; Mr. and Mrs. Berman Cohen. >fr. and Mrs. Harry Mendelson, Mr. and Mrs. I. Waxman, Mr. and Mrs. Issie Waxman. and Mrs. R. Waxman. all of Hamilton, Ontario; and Mr. and Mrs. A. Grossman, of Cleveland, Ohio. BIRTHS Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Van Velzer (nee Marion Morris), 48 Clement Road, on January 2, at the Women's College Hospital. 2 daughter, Lisa; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Van Velzer, of Saskatoon. Saskatchewan; and of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Walter Morris, of Comber, Ontario. Bom, to Mr. and Mrs. Morley Sirlin (nee Sandra Rosenbloom), 2171 Avenue Road, on January 4, at the Toronto General Hospital, a daughter, Debra Susan Naomi; sister of Janis, aged five and one-half years; and Andrea, three and one-half; granddaughter of Mrs. Minnie Rosenbloom, 2566 Yongc Street; and of Mrs. Mary Sirulni-koff, of Winnipeg, Manitoba; great-granddaughter of Joseph Sendcrowitz, 10 Meadowbrook Avenue. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Barry Kir-shin (nee Rhoda Cozman), 5950 Bathurst Street, on December 31, at the New Mount Sinai Hospital, a daughter, Toba Lynn, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kirshin, 11 Goldfinch Court; and of Mrs. Bertha Cozman, 569 Shcp-pard Avenue West; great-granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Kirshin, 3884 Bathurst Street; and of I>ouis Fishtrome, of Vancouver, British Columbia. ADOPTION'S Mr. and Mrs. Percy Katz (nee Esther Barr), 399 O'Connor Drive, announce the adoption of their chosen daughter, Lori Anne; sister of Diane, aged eight and one-half years; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sholom Katz, 107 Major Street. CARDS OF THAIIKS GREENSPOON: The family of the late Mrs. Ida Chaja Greenspoon, wish to thank their relatives, friends and neighbours, and especially Rabbi Moses Burak, of Beth Jacob Synagogue; Rabbi S. Langner and Cantor H. Fedder-man, of Kiever Synagogue; Rabbi N. L. Rabinovitch, of Clanton Park Synagogue; Rabbi David Monson, of Beth Sholom Synagogue; and Rabbi Erwin Schild, of Adath Israel Synagogue, for the many acts of kindness and sympathy shown during the lifetime and recent bereavement on the loss of a beloved wife', mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. DEATHS Mrs. Idsf Chaja Greenspoon, 45 Danby Avenue, died on January 14, at the age of eighty-four years. She is survived by her husband Solomon Greenspoon; four sons: Samuel Greenspoon, of Sudbury, Ontario; David Greenspoon, 21 Mayfair Avenue; Jack Greenspoon, 119 Collinson Boulevard; and William Greenspoon, 37 Aldburn Road; four daughters: Mrs. T. Halman (Gertrude), 26 Men in Road; Mrs. M. Braverman (Jennie), of Sudbury, jQntario; Mrs. D. B. Greenspoon (Anne), 650 Briar Hill Avenue; and Mrs. B. Fuller (Ruth), 45 Dahby Avenue; nineteen grandchildren: William and Jack Greenspoon, of Sudbury, Ontario, and Miss Goldie Greenspoon, children of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Greenspoon; Mrs. Stanley Solish (Claudia), of Sudbury, Ontario; and Victor Greenspoon, the children of Mr. and Mrs. David Greenspoon; Bonnie and Lome, the children of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Greenspoon; Elaine, Allen, Ira and Cindy, the children of'Mr. and Mrs. William Greenspoon; William Halman, 46 Mark-dale Avenue, and Mrs. Milton Abbot (Rose), 119 Betty Ann Drive, children of Mr. and Mrs. T. Halman; William Braverman and Miss Sally Ann Braverman, 740 Eglinton Avenue; Wallace Greenspoon, and Mrs. Martin Abrams (Dorothy), 2600 Bathurst Street, children of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Greenspoon; and Linda and Michael Fuller; eight great-grandchildren: Jeffrey and Mark Halman; Allen and Pauline Abbot; Elaine, David and Barbara Greenspoon; and Alisa Solish; three brothers: Isaac Fishman, of Baltimore, Maryland and Kalman Fishman, of Baltimore, Maryland; and Nathan Sugar, of York, Pennsylvania; two sisters: Mrs. M. Steiner (Lily), 2515 Bathurst Street; and Mrs. A. Brown (Anne), of Baltimore, Maryland. Rabbi N. L. Rabinovitch, Rabbi S. Langner, and Rabbi M. Burak, assisted by Cantor H. Federman, officiated at the funeral services. Pallbearers were: William Halman, William Braverman. Wallace Greenspoon. Victor Greenspoon, Milton Abbot, and Stanley Solish. all grandson>. Interment was at Lambton Cemetery. Shiva was at the home. Mrs. Greenspoon was a member of Clanton Park Synagogue; a lifelong member of the Folks Faroin; and a member of Darev Talmud Torah. ot mr. and mrs. henry >N agiv.au. 20 Faitleigh Crescent; great-grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Horowitz, 3560 Bayerc-st Avenue. Godparents are Mr. and Mis. S. Pustil, 120 Raglan Avenue. Henry Wagman and Harry Horowitz, Harry Kramer, 28 Rc.r.dale Boulevard, died on Wednesday, January 5. at the Toronto General Hospital, at the age of fifty-five years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Helen Kramer; ar.d a son, Martin. Rabbi Walter S. Wurzbur-^ger officiated at the funeral services. Interment was at Beth Tzedec Memorial Park. Shiva was at the home. CRYSTAL BEACH A completely.fwrm'ihed coital* for rent Oood lo walk to rho water. Call 783-7957. FOREST HILL VILLAGE district HOUSE WANTED TO RENT. Three bedroom* and a garage are etiential. For a (mall family. Coll: 783-7957 LADIES FASHIONS L * DftESS|S * GOWNS * SUITS ? COATS Individually - tailored and designed £ by Couturier©, just arrived from Europe. - 4 8 3-5678 is survived by her husband Philip Berman; three daughters, Mrs. A. Richards (Brenda), 205 Arlington Avenue; Mrs. B. Marks (Esther), 4 Kingspoint Drive; and Mrs. H. Kopita (Marcia). of Mansfield, Ohio; seven grandchildren: Hinda, Howard and Arthur Richards; David and Joel Marks; and Jeffrey and Jonathan Kopita; a brother, David Breslove, 19 Lawrence Avenue West; and a sister, Mrs. M. Siegerman (Ethel), 31 Alberta Avenue. .Rabbi Bernard Rosens-weig officiated at the funeral services, at the College Memorial Chapel. Interment was at Toronto Hebrew Benevolent Society of Rose-lawn Cemetery. Shiva was at the home. Samuel Eisenberg, 23 Gambello Crescent,, died on January 17, at the Branson Hospital, at the age of forty-four years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mary Eisenberg; one son, Lawrence, aged twenty years old; and two daughters, Donna, eighteen; and Honey Sue, twelve; his father, Nathan Eisenberg, 728 Euclid Avenue; five brothers, William Eisenberg, 17 Fullwell Gresceht; Abraham Eisenberg, 4900 Bathurst Street; S. Eisenberg, 1229 York Mills Road; and Saul Eisenberg, 115 Rockford Avenue; one sister, Mrs. S. Mlotek (Susie), 59 Braemar Avenue, Rabbi Erwin Schild officiated at the funeral services. Interment was at Blue Star Lodge Section, of Bathurst Lawn Memorial Park. Shiva was at the home. Miss Aranka Baumohl, ,1862 Bathurst Street, died on January 17, at the New Mount Sinai Hospital, at. the age of sixty-four years. She is survived by her twin sister, Miss. Helena Baumohl. Rabbi Zolton Zagon officiated at the funeral services, at College Memorial Chapel. Interment was at Dawes Road Cemetery. Shiva was at the home. David Cohen, 15 Shallmar Boulevard, died on January 16, at the age of seventyrfive years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Eva Cohen; three daughters, Mrs. Sylvia Parker, 400 Walmer Road; Mrs. Harry Mitz (Hilda),.35 Ha-warden Crescent; and Mrs. Hyman Wiseman (Sarah), 105 Denbigh Crescent; seven grandchildren: Mrs. Alan Curl (Linda), of Columbus, Ohio, and Joseph Parker; Louis, Melanie and Jeffrey Mitz; ^..d Corinne, and Andrea Wiseman; three brothers: Phillip and William Koren, of Buffalo, New York; and Samuel Koren, 122 Alexis Boulevard; three sisters, Mrs. Hinda Soloway, 266 Adelaide Street West; Mrs. Bertha Malda-ver, 122 Alexis Boulevard; and Miss Eleanor Koren, of Brooklyn, New York. Rabbi Harold Lerner and Rabbi David Monson officiated at the funeral services, at College Memorial Chapel. Interment was at Toronto Hebrew Benevolent Society Section of Dawes Road Cemetery. Shiva was at the home. Mr. Cohen was a life-long member of the Toronto Hebrew Benevolent Society; Warshower, Lodzer and Vilna Societies. Mrs. Pearl Cohen, 15 Lynn Haven Road, died on January 8, at the New Mount Sinai Hospital, at the age of seventy-four years. She is survived by her husband, Harry Cohen: and one daughter, Mrs. Thelma Tennen, 133 Chiltern Hill Road; one grandson, Dr. Allan B. Tennen. 688 Briar Hill Avenue; and four great-grandchildren: Tami, Jordan, Maria, and Allison Tennen; two brothers, Samuel Frankel, of Chicago, Illinois; and Abe Frankel. of New York; three sisters. Mrs. Sadie Fuller, 7 Forest Ridge Drive.; Mr-. Gussie Heyman, of Miami Beach. Florida; and Mrs. ro3e Rosenthal, of Toronto. Dr. Stuart E. Rosenberg. Rabbi, officiated at funeral services. Burial was at Canadian Hebrew Benevolent Society Section of Mount Sinai. Memorial Park. Shiva was observed privately. Mrs. Cohen was a past-president of the Canadian Hebrew Benevolent Ladies Auxiliary CLASSIFIED _ Mrs. Lvlah Lillian Berman, 630 Vesta Drive, died on January 13. at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, at the age of sixty-two years. She WILL GIVE ROOM and board, and care, to an elderly person. Kosher kitchen. Call ME. 3-4925.

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