Texas Jewish Post (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 18, 1971 Page: 3 of 24
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Helen and Max Biderman, cut their Silver Anniversary
Cake, at a cocktail dinner party in their honor hosted by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Prengler and the Bidermans's
MAX BIDERMANS ... Celebrate 25th
daughter and son-in-law, the Barry Hoffers. Also attending
was their son, Stanley Biderman who attends the University
of Texas in Austin and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tucker of Fort
Worth. The party was held at the Fairmont Hotel.
Congratulations to newlyweds, Isaac Goldstein and Mrs.
Dora Goldstein who were married Saturday, October 16, in
the new chapel at Tiferet Israel Synagogue with Rabbi Max
DORA AND ISAAC GOLDSTEIN ... at Wedding Reception
Quill and <^en<=,
Autographs and Documents of Distinction
Authentic autographs of
historical figures in magnif-
icent art form. Beautifully
framed to add importance,
depth, and character to the
decor of your home o'
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Zucker and Rabbi Nissim Wernick officiating. The couple
were honored with a dinner at Brookhaven Country Club by
their children. After their wedding trip to the Riviera Hotel
in Las Vegas, the Goldsteins are residing at 6320-A Bandera.
Mrs. Goldstein who was given in marriage by her sons,
Robert Goldstein and Martin Goldstein, was attended by
her daughter, Mrs. Gladys Altshuler of Los Angeles. David
Goldstein was his Father’s bestman.
NEWS AND NOTE Shirley and
Irwin Fields of Scarsdale, New York,
will spend Thanksgiving in Big D
with her mother, Mrs. Dave Rubin,
5222 Walnut Hill and sister and
family, Rose Marie and Alvin Zidell
and youngsters, 5202 Pebblebrook.
Mrs. Sidney Bock just back from a
Houston visit with her daughter and
end, joining in the simcah will be
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
‘Charles Skolnik of Brookline, Mass,
and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Meltzer of
of Lewiston, Maine. Other out-of-
town guests will include Mrs. Dora
Aronson of Brookline, Mass.; Miss
Sadie Skolnik of Holyoke, Mass.,
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sandler,
Canton, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel
son-in-law, Brenda and Ronald Riker Kazinec and youngsters, Randi,
Combining business and pleasure,
in Houston was Bob Firnberg who
attended the Rental Equipment
Southwest Association Convention
at the Marriott and also found a
few minutes to visit with his
daughter, Linda. Mrs. Dena Diamond
of Far Rockaway, New York, arrives
Aaron, Brian and Larry of Lind-
huret Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Frankel of Shaker Heights, Ohio;
Kenneth Levine of St. Louis and
Boston and Audrey and Burton
Meltzer and children, Steven and
Loren, of Houston. The Meltzers
will be hosts at the Congregational
shortly to visit with her daughter Kiddush following the Bar Mitzvah
and family, Minna and Mitchell and at a family luncheon for invited
Goldminiz, 10209 Regal Oaks guests. Invitations have been issued
Drive. When Robert and Walter Katz,
teen-age sons of Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Katz of Houston guested with
grandmother, Mrs. I. Katz, 10714-A
Park Village Place last weekend, they
entered the Judo Tournament at
Fair Park and both boys were
winners of trophies. The boys
came to Dallas with Mr. and Mrs.
A. Siskind and family of Houston
who also visited Mrs. Katz.
When David Meltzer, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Meltzer, 4728 Mill
Run, celebrates his Bar Mitzvah at
Shearith Israel Synagogue this week-
Trust in Britain
LONDON (WNS) — Chief Rabbi
Immanuel Jakobovits announced
the establishment of an educational
trust to expand and improve Jewish
education in Britain. Three million
dollars has already been pledged,
and it is hoped that 13,000 pupils will
be enrolled in primary and
secondary schools within the next
for a Cocktail buffet at their home
on Saturday evening.
New in Dallas are Gail and Harvey
Wine and their 15 month old son,
Bradley. Gail is originally from
Pittsburgh, while Harvey, who i:
doing his Podiatry residency here
is a native of Cleveland. Good
wishes to Dr. and Mrs. Bob Gordon
who have moved into their new
apartment at 4127 Harvest Hill.
Sisters Mrs. Abe Levin and Mrs.
Ivy Robinowitz post greetings to
Dallas friends of their fabulous
Piano Music For Every Occasion. Bar
Mitzvahs, Receptions, Weddings ....
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I LOUIS “BUDDY” GILBERT
On the business scene, Louis
Buddy” Gilbert has been named
Committeeman of the Month by
the Dallas Chamber of Commerce.
A Times Herald employee since
1954 and presently a sales execu-
tive in the advertising department,
Gilbert received the honor for
being the Chamber’s top member-
KK ELEC i
20 Tina Tobolowsky Israel
20 Herbert Landau
21 Milton Newberg
21 Neil Blend
21 Lorraine Lee
21 Leonard Koldny
21 Lil Stein
21 Conrad Frumkin
21 Leonore Frunkin
21 Harry Romick
21 Mrs. Charnow Lutsky
21 Jon Hoffman
21 Harry Shapiro
21 William Weinberger
21 Harvey Schwartz
22 Mrs. Barry D. Pevsner
22 Randy Romick
22 Rebecca Lynn Rich
22 Myron Cagan
22 Robert Smiley
22 Tommy Spigel
22 Marsha Michaelson
22 Mrs. Zelda Comroe
22 Dora Silver
23 Jerry Kaplan
23 Edward Garry Tracht
23 Mrs. Irving Rubenstein
23 Seth Gerson, St. Louis
24 Mrs. Jack Goodman
24 Harold Butler
24 Esther Mehlman
24 Rebecca Rose Scolnic
24 Donald Blum
25 Julius M. Israel
24 Michelle Diane Czerner
24 Robert Goidl
24 Mrs. Charles Fern. Peoria, III.
25 Jack Ridgeway, Jr.
25 Marilyn Sue Hechtman
25 Barney Lubin
25 David A. Cam
25 Mrs. IV. L. Besherse
25 Arnold Radoff
25 Mrs. Herman Kessler
25 David Lee Frankfurt
25 Mrs. Ina Bernstein
26 Terri Sitrin
26 Jerry Blum
26 Loren Morrison
26 JO'-1 1 Yager
26 Mure Weintraub
26 Sammy Rosenzweig
26 Mrs. Sam Biderman Jr.
26 David Solomon
26 Leo Haas
26 Mrs. Peter Kaufman
26 David Book
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