Canadian Jewish Review

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Full text: fi \ ' AUGUST 10, 1951 THE CANADIAN JEWISH REVIEW I V \ I \ I I I TORONTO MEETINGS urst Lawn Cemetery. Shiva was at the home. • BETH SHOLOM Synagogue announces that the National Religious Hour, on Sunday, August 12, at 2.30 p.m., over the C.B.C., will be broadcast from the synagogue over station C.J.B.C., in Toronto, the service being conducted by Rabbi David Mpnson. A musical program by Cantor M. S. Oppenheim and the synagogue choir will be under the direction of Hyman Reigelhaupt. An introduction will be given by Sydney Freeman, synagogue trustee. • Under the direction of Mrs. B. D. Garficld, 671 Oriole Parkway, a children's variety revue at New Moon Lodge, in Muskoka, gave proceeds of $26.45 for Youth Aliyah. IN MEMORIAM SCHWARTZ: Irv loving memory of a dear husband .and father, Abraham Schwartz, who passed away on August 2, 1950. His weary hours and days of pain, His troubled nights are past'; And in our aching hearts we know, He has found sweet rest at last. Sadly missed and ever remembered by his wife and children. In loving memory of a dear husband and father, Marvin- Merkin, who departed this life August twelfth, 1950. Sadly missed. Freda and son, Benny. In memory of our beloved father, Barnett Tait, who passed away August 24, 1928. Always remembered by his sons, Abraham, Phillip, Murray; his daughters, Mrs. H. Abrams (Kate); Mrs. A. Rabow (Anne); and grandchildren. DEATHS Mrs. Rose Zimmerman, 8 Belle-vue Avenue, formerly of Georgetown, died on Monday, July 30, at the Toronto General Hospital. She is survived by her husband, Adolf Zimmerman; and by a daughter, Miss Helen- Zimmerman. "Rabbi F. Rizenman officiated at funeral services. Interment was at Bath- Mrs. Zereal Katz, 87 St. Patrick Street, died on July 30, at the age of seventy. She was the widow of the late Abraham Katz, and is survived by two daughters, Miss Anne Katz, St. Patrick Street; Mrs. H. Kiel (Diana), of Montreal, Que.; two sons, Harry, 249 Euclid Avenue; and Irvin, 512 Euclid Avenue; six grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. Mrs. Katz was a member of Noryovr Synagogue, Brunswick Avenue; Ezras Noshem Society; and the Folks Farein. Funeral services were held from the synagogue, with Rabbi S. Langmer officiating. Interment was in Dawes Road cemetery. Shiva at the home. Mrs. Anna Goldie Breslin, 795 College Street, died on August 3, at Mount Sinai Hospital. She is survived by her husband, Solomon Breslin; four sons, Dr. Lewis J. Breslin, Dr. Samuel Breslin, Harold, Julius; four daughters, Mrs. Murray Auerback (Lena); Mrs. Joseph Gutman (Elizabeth); Mrs. Samuel Devoretsky (Beatrice) ; Mrs. Benjamin Tepper (Rhoda); nineteen grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Born in Russia, Mrs. Breslin came to Canada fifty-eight years ago. She was a pioneer member of Mc-Caul Street Synagogue; a member of the Talmud Torah, Jewish Old Folks Home, and the Folks Farein Organization. Funeral services were held from McCaul Street Synagogue, with Rabbi Reuben Slonim officiating. Interment was in Dawes Road cemetery. Shiva at 795 College Street. Kirkland Boulevard, on July 29, at Women's College Hospital, a daughter, Paula Arlene, sister of Susan<; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Sulman, 4 Killarney Road; and of Mrs. S. Paisley, Markham Street; great-granddaughter of Mrs. Eva Spiegel, Rosebury Road. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Blu-stein (nee Rene Grossman), 790 Briarhill Avenue, om July 28, at Toronto Western Hospital, a son, Myron Gary, brother of Judy and David; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Grossman, 8 Nassau Street; and of Samuel Blustein, 155 Elm Ridge Drive. ENGAGEMENTS Mr. and Mrs. J. Cohen, 386 Queen Street East, announce the engagement of their daughter. Maxine, to David Donkner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Donkner, the marriage to take place on January 5, 1952, at Goel Tzede= Synagogue. Mr. and Mrs. H. Lieberman, 92 Elm Ridge Drive, announce the engagement of their daughter, Rebecca, to David C. Greenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Greenberg, 42 Northcliffe Boulevard, the marriage to take place on November 6, at Beth SKolom Synagogue. Miss Eva Jackson, 1510 Bathurst Street, announces the. engagement of her sister, Miss Gertrude Jackson, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Jackson, to Morris Levirie. Louis Slomen, 648 Euclid Avenue, died on July 18, at the age of sixty-six. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Gertrude Slamem*; his children, Miss Faye Slomen; Dick, of Vancouver, B.C.; Mrs. H. Bader (Rose), of Hamilton; Mrs. H. Loh-man (Mae), of Long Beach, Cal.; seven grandchildren; and a greatgrandchild. He was a member of Sans of David Benevolent Society. Rabbi Norman* Shapiro officiated at the funeral services, and interment was in Bathurst Lawn cemetery. Shiva at 648 Euclid Avenue. MARRIAGES (Additional Toronto Marriages on Page Four) PASCOE-WEINBERG BIRTHS Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Manny Ezrin (nee Hilda Klein), 23 Glen-arden Road, on July 31, at St.. Mary's Hospital, a daughter, Joyce Sheila; sister of Paul Victor, Martin, and'Sandra. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weinrib (

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