National Post (Latest Edition) : 2020-09-30

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Sports CLASSIFIED A16 AS16 Wednesday, September 30, 2020 NATIONAL POST nationalpo­ NATIONAL POST, Wednesda y, September 30, 2020 REMEMBERIN­G Share memories of a loved one; view and sign the guest book. REMEMBRANC­ES: 1-855-535-0746 • FAX: 1-888-206-0580 • ANNOUNCEME­NTS@NATIONALPO­ST.COM THE NATIONAL POST NOTES THE FOLLOWING OBITUARIES IN TODAY’S PAPER. To view a notice online, share your memories or express condolence­s, go to: nationalpo­­g FREEDMAN, Michael SMYTHE, Clifford Notices may not appear alphabetic­ally due to space requiremen­ts. SMYTHE, Clifford Allan December 1, 1928 - September 29, 2020 It is with our deepest sorrow that we announce the peaceful passing of Dr. Clifford Smythe on September 29 at home in Guelph, Ontario, with his devoted wife Margaret by his side. FREEDMAN, Michael Beloved husband of Barbara (Kornblum). Loving father and father-in-law of Evan, and Jordan and Devra. Dear brother and brother-in-law of Joan and Martin Goldfarb, Helen and Barry Goldlist, Selma and the late Bernard Freedman, and the late Anita Freedman, Philip Freedman, and Arnold Freedman. Devoted grandfathe­r of Zackary, and Megan. A Family graveside service will be held on Thursday, October 1, 2020. Memorial donations may be made to Parkinson Canada (416) 227-9700 or charity of your choice. Beloved husband for 64 years to Margaret; inspiratio­nal father to Leslie (Larry), Karen (Greg), Susan (Tim), and Drew (Jessica); and amazing grandfathe­r ("Doc") to Taylor (Michelle), Phoebe (Tim), Kennedy, Katrina, and Karlie. Cherished brother to Shirley Finkle; dear brother-in-law to Shirley Smythe and to Henrik (Heather) Stavang. Wonderful uncle to his nine nephews and nieces. A great friend to many in Toronto and Niagara. Predecease­d by his brother Douglas and by their parents, Leslie and Florence Smythe. TUESDAY GOLD, Leonard Family Service. BLUESTONE, Alan Family Service. KATZMAN, Murray Family Service. Clifford Smythe was born in Kitchener, Ontario, on December 1, 1928. His family lived in Stratford, Shakespear­e, Fergus, and Owen Sound, before settling in Toronto in September 1939. Clifford worked part-time at Hayden Park Pharmacy from the age of 12 until he finished high school, a job he credited with developing his interest in medicine. He graduated from University of Toronto's medical school with Honours in 1954. After a year of general practice in Copper Cliff, Ontario, he completed a research term at The Banting Institute in Toronto before starting a surgical residency. He and Margaret married in 1956; in 1961 Clifford received his Fellowship with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, and they moved to Winnipeg, where Clifford began practising urology and lecturing in Surgery at the University of Manitoba. The family moved back to Toronto in 1968 when Clifford accepted the position of Chief of Urology at the North York General Hospital, which he held until retiring from medical practice in 1990. He then joined the staff of the Workers Compensati­on Board, coordinati­ng a pension fund for injured workers, until 1995, when he and Margaret moved to Niagara-on -the-lake; there, he chaired the local hospital board, served two years as Vice President of the Shaw Guild, and played golf at the club near their home as often as possible. Clifford and Margaret moved in 2016 to Guelph, where Cliff spent many happy hours in his art studio completing several family and house portraits as gifts for his children and siblings. He also loved spending time in the peaceful oasis of the back-yard garden that Margaret designed for them. WEDNESDAY OVSEY, Mark Family Service. KRASOWSKY, Arthur Usher Family Service. BROWN, Gerry Family Service. THURSDAY FREEDMAN, Howard Family Service. UPCOMING SERVICES Cremation has taken place. The family will hold a celebratio­n of Clifford's life at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations in Clifford's name may be made to the Kidney Foundation (, the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund (, or Lupus Canada (lupuscanad­ SMALL, David Family Service. SHIVA WARNER, Howard Family Shiva GOLD, Leonard Family Shiva BLUESTONE, Alan Family Shiva KATZMAN, Murray Family Shiva In Memoriams All shivas conclude with the onset of Sukkot on Friday evening. See for any specified shiva times Benjamin’s Landmark Monuments Yad Vashem at Landmark 3429 Bathurst St. (416) 780-0635 TUESDAY In loving memory of James F. Kay LYONS, John Ivor Private Service NIGHTINGAL­E , Mini Private Family Service STEIN, Herbert Private Family Service BUCHSHTABE­R, Arkadi Private Family Service 2401 Steeles Avenue West Telephone (416) 663-9060 1922 - 2013 Always in our hearts. Elaine Kay & Family The greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return. WEDNESDAY YOUSSOUFOV­A, Elizaveta Private Family Service BARENBAUM, Michael Private Family Service CADESKY, Rosalie Private Family Service ZHEREBKER, Iosif Private Family Service All shivas will end on Friday because of Sukkot. SHIVA OBSERVANCE­S see www.hebrewbasi­ for shiva times LYONS, John Ivor Private Shiva NIGHTINGAL­E , Mini Private Shiva STEIN, Herbert Private Shiva BUCHSHTABE­R, Arkadi Private Shiva Hebrew Basic Burial 416-780-0596 As long as I can I will look at this world for both of us, as long as I can, I will laugh with the birds, I will sing with the flowers, I will pray to the stars, for both of us. - Author Unknown 350 Steeles Avenue West 905-881-6003 416-733-2000 MLB Playo f f s — W ild card round American League * – if necessary National League * – if necessary Houston Astros ( 6) at Minnesota Twins ( 3) Chicago White Sox ( 7) at Oakland A’s ( 2) Toronto Blue Jays ( 8) at Tampa Bay Rays ( 1) New York Yankees ( 5) at Cleveland Indians (4) Cincinnati Reds ( 7) at Atlanta Braves ( 2) Miami Marlins ( 6) at Chicago Cubs ( 3) St. Louis Cardinals ( 5) at San Diego Padres (4) Milwaukee Brewers ( 8) at L. A. Dodgers ( 1) Game 1: Astros 4, Twins 1 Game 2: Sept. 30, 1 p. m. ET Game 3: Oct. 1, TBD* Houston leads series 1- 0 Game 1: White Sox 4, A’s 1 Game 2: Sept. 30, 3 p. m. ET Game 3: Oct. 1, TBD* Chicago leads series 1- 0 Game 1: Rays 3, Blue Jays 1 Game 2: Sept. 30, 4 p. m. ET Game 3: Oct. 1, TBD * Tampa leads series 1- 0 Game 1: Sept. 29, 7 p. m. ET Game 2: Sept. 30, 7 p. m. ET Game 3: Oct. 1, TBD* Game 1: Sept. 30, 12 p. m. ET Game 2: Oct. 1, TBD Game 3: Oct. 2, TBD* Game 1: Sept. 30, 2 p. m. ET Game 2: Oct. 1, TBD Game 3: Oct. 2, TBD* Game 1: Sept. 30, 5 p. m. ET Game 2: Oct. 1, TBD Game 3: Oct. 2, TBD* Game 1: Sept. 30, 10 p. m. ET Game 2: Oct. 1, TBD Game 3: Oct. 2, TBD*