|Member of Parliament
for York South
April 1963 – November 1965
|Born||1 November 1912
|Died||5 October 1990(aged 77)|
He was first elected at the York South riding in the 1963 general election after defeats there in the 1957, 1958 and 1962 elections. After serving his only term, the 26th Canadian Parliament, Gelber was defeated at York South in the 1965 federal election by David Lewis of the New Democratic Party who held the seat prior to Gelber's victory in 1963.
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