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January 4, 1972
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Emily Collip, a Christian Scientist who died here recently, bequeathed $5,000 for the purchase of books for the library of the Associated Hebrew Schools which embraces the Toronto Hebrew Academy. Miss Collip retired from teaching in the public school system in 1964 and be came a Latin instructor at the Academy, a community sponsored day high school. She commuted daily for six years by bus from home in Port Credit, a 11/2 hour trip each way. During the last seven years she expressed great interest in the shoe of Judaism and its writings. At the time of the Six-Day War Miss Collip showed concern for Israel. Her portrait and a plaque in her memory hang in the school lobby.

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