THE CANADIAN JEWISH REVIEW
JANUARY 13, 1950
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Mr. and Mrs. Abe Bronfman, Westmount Avenue, are leaving on a world cruise.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sohmer and children, Ellen and Marilyn, Sherbrooke Street West, spent the 'holidays visiting his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Sohmer, and family, of Shawinigan Falls.
Miss Mae Edna Karsh, of New York, visited Mr. and Mrs. H. Vosberg, Closse Street, for several weeks.
Barney Lefcort, Belmont Avenue, returned from a trip to Dallas, Texas.
Mrs. S. S. Lerner, Victoria Avenue, is leaving to spend two weeks in Toronto, Hamilton, and Windsor, Ont.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Yaphe and son, Steven; and Mrs. Yaphe's mother, Mrs. N. Rosen, formerly of 5549 Queen Mary Road, are now residing at 709 Victoria Avenue.
Bernard Cooper, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Cooper, Springfield Avenue, returned from Miami, Florida, having attended the convention of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity, as president of Epsilon Chapter, at Mc-Gill University, where he is a first-year medical student f 01
Mrs. A. M. Vineberg, Sherbrooke Street West, is at Palm Beach, Florida.
Mrs. Sydney Levitt, Belfrage Road, returned from Ivry.
Mrs. B. Lefcort and daughter, Maureen, Belmont Avenue, returned from "New York.
Mrs. J. Stewart, McGregor Avenue, is visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. Barron, of Cincinnati, Ohio; and will leave there to spend the season in California.
Mr. and Mrs. David Qrobstein and daughter, Linda, Cote des Neiges Road, returned from Ivry.
Allan Kirsch, son of Dr. and Mrs. M. 0. Kirsch, Belmont Avenue, returned from Miami, Florida, where he attended the convention of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. He is a fourth year student in the School of Commerce, at McGill University.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Faerman, Westmount Avenue, returned from Ivry.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Lefcort, Bel-mont Avenue, have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Ned. Gordon and children, Judith and Barry, of Hewlett, L. I., N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvyn Grover, Cote des Xeiges Road; and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Morris, St. Catherine Road, returned from a holiday in Bermuda.
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Mrs. Herbert Levy and daughters, Barbara and Jean, of Wood-mere, Long Island, N. Y., visited her aunts, Mesdames Edwin F. Strauss, Cote des Neiges Road; B. Matts, Cote des Neiges ^Road; and H. Hart, Olivier Avenue.
Mrs. Elizabeth Kobin, of New York, is visiting her son-jn-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. S. Risk, 4576 Ridgevale Avenue. Mrs. Kobin is the daughter of Jacob Gordon, the author of the play, "God, Man And The Devil," which was-npr*^ sented by Maurice Schwartz here.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lazarus, Atwater Avenue, celebrated their fortieth wedding anniversary on New Year's Eve, about thirty guests being present, including their children: Mr. and Mrs. A. Fine-stone, Notre Dame Street; Mr. and Mrs. Wflliam Hoffman, Victoria Avenue; and Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Lazarus, Ridgevale Avenue. Mrs. Lazarus' sister, Mrs. Clara Greenfield, Bernard Avenue, assisted in serving. Mr. and Mrs. Lazarus have seven grandchildren: Howard, John, and William Fine-stone; John and Susie Hoffman; and Mitchell and John Laura*.
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Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Verner and'daughter, Janet, of Brighton. Mass., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Verner, Querbes Avenue.
Miss Goldie Goichman, Esplanade Avenue, left by plane for Miami Beach, Florida.
Mrs. S. B. Schwartz, 1040 Van Home Avenue, will visit her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schwartz, and daughter, Cor-ole, of Brooklyn, N.Y.
Mrs. Irving Nelson, of New York, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Solomon, Esplanade Avenue, for three weeks.
Mrs. Barney Silver-man, Cham-pagneur Avenue, is visiting her brothers-in-law and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Kantor, and Dr. and Mrs. J. Seidelman, all of Santa Monica, Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Arron and son, Alvin Howard, of Halifax, N. S., were here for the bar-mitzvah of her brother, Philip Dankner, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dankner, 5264 Waverley Street. Mr. and Mrs. Arvon celebrated their third wedding anniversary at the bar-muz-vah celebration, on New Year's eve.
Misses Anne Orenberg, Esplanade Avenue; Sylvia Rabinovitch, Clark Street; and Yetta Millman,
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Mr. and Mrs. Philip Toulch, Wa-verley Street, and their daughter, Gertrude; accompanied by Mrs. H. Baron, St. Catherine Road, motored to Miami Beach, Florida, for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. S.. Dalfen, Davaar Avenue, will leave for New York ' on January 16 whence they will sail on the S. S. La Guardia for Israel to spend the winter visiting his mother, Mrs. Sosia Dalfen, and family. They w.ill return to Montreal for the Passover holidays.
David Hosat, St. Urbain Street, returned from a few week's stay in Sacramento, Calif., Memphis, Tennessee, Texas, and Chicago, 111., where he visited relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. ThuTia, Mc-Eachran Avenue, spent several days in Toronto, Ont.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Singer and children, Joyce and Edward, Wood-bury Avenue, were at Kaiserman's Lodge, dn Ste, Agathe, for the holiday,
Mr. and Mr*. Rudy Router, for-mj�rly Mitt Betty Softn.o�Jtoofc_, ,xttO, now r^bWJ�e'TS!rif�w*To*fc &n visiting her panatt, Mr. uaa Mn. H. Sbfin, Dueharme Avenue, while here for the marriage of Miss Charlotte Ellis, Northmount Avenue, to Sidney Elkin, Mariette Avenue, on Sunday, January 22, at Young Israel Synagogue.
George Rickhaus and daughter, Mrs. George Harris, of Bronx, N. Y., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bergman, 761 Davaar Avenue.
Ben. Nemtin, St. Catherine Road, was visiting his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Boris Nemtin, of Trenton, Ont.r and attended the "brith" of their new-born son, Chaim Sholem.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Perzow, and children, Barry and Brenda, formerly of 3821 Henri Julien Street, have taken up new residence at 474 Bloomfield Avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Gasco, de Vimy Avenue, will leave to spend six weeks at Miami Beach, Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Mirotch-mck, of Belleville, Ont., formerly Miss Pearl Segal and their daughter, Terry Ruth, born on Decem-
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her 24, are with h�r parenta, Mr. and Mn. Max Segal, Querbes Avenue,
Mrs. H. H. Carlish and son, Ronald, of Union, N. J., were visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Newman, Melroae Avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Lfeberman and children, Beverley and Sharon, Circle Road, spent the holiday in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Blatt and child-ren, Connie, Harvey and Richard, formerly of 2949 Soissons Avenue,
have moved to 6440 Legare Avenue, having spent the holidays in New York.
Mrs. Robert Morgen, of Cleveland, Ohio, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius J. Block, Grey Avenue, while here for the marriage of her sister, Miss Marilyn Anne Block, to Jack Russel Laxare, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emile Laxare, Summerhill Avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Silvennan and son, Jerry, formerly of 187 Cler-mont Avenue, have taken op residence at 4455 Dupuis Avenue.
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