Texas Jewish Post (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 15, 1954 Page: 3 of 8
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Around the Town
Plans for unusually lovely Confirmation Ceremonies both
at the Shul and Temple are now well under way.
The group to be confirmed at the Shul on May 30th in-
cludes Sammy Coplin, Natalie Greenberg, Beth Rapfogel,
Nikki Raskin, Lowell Rosenthal, Brenda Sandler, Myer Sank-
ary and Danny Spiegel.
Temple Confirmation Ceremonies, which will be held
on June 6th, include in. their class, Harriet Blum, Jimmy
Cohen, Mike Goldman, Larry Glazer, Jackie Greenman, Bay la
Handler, Jeannie Lipshitz, Paula Mack, Lorraine Schwartz
and Jimmy Simon.
NEWS AND NOTES
Lena and Harry Bockstein will spend Passover in Denver
with their children, Sylvia and Fred Schwartz and their
youngsters. Lillian Rose and Irving Rosenthal will have as
their house guests this weekend, her brother and his family,
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rabinowitz and family, who, by the
way, will also visit Pearl and Maurice Rabinowitz. Shirley
and Charlie Anton and sons, weekended in Abilene. Helen
and Frank Cohen returned Wednesday from the National
Pediatric Convention in Los Angeles. Sara and Abe Herman
will weekend in Tulsa with her folks, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Foreman. Speedy recovery wishes to Rose Wolens, recuperat-
ing at St. Joseph’s.
Pearl Steinberg and Syd -—---—
Rashti just back from Austin at last week’s performances of
where they attended the Phi the Ft. Worth Opera Guild’s
Sig Dance and visited their production of Madame Butter-
respective offspring, Larry
Steinberg and the twins, Sara
and Sandra Rashti. Also in
Austin for the Phi Sig formal
were Rae and Bennie Gold-
stein and their daughter, Sue;
Sadie Streusand and her
daughter, Joyce, of Houston;
fly” were Eva and Henry
Rosenberg and their son, Sam,
who was home for spring va-
cation from Harvard Univer-
sity; Annabelle and Ben Ros-
enthal, Sylvia and Jerry Wo-
lens, Dr. and Mrs. E. G.
Schwartz, Dr. and Mrs. A.
Fort Worth AZA
BY ARTUR MIRON
There was a joint AZA and
BBG well attended meeting April
6. The guest of this meeting was
Jack Weiner. He spoke to us on
how the BBYO Chapter in Fort
Worth can build a stronger orga-
nization. He also spoke on plans
for the coming convention.
The AZA and BBG are going
to have the five piece Art Davis
orchestra play at the annual
Sweetheart and Bea Dance. The
dance will be at the Ahavath Sho-
lom Center, May 1, from 9:30 p.
m. to 12:00 p. m. Tickets are now
on sale by the members of AZA
Trade with Post
Thurs., April 15, 1954 - Texas Jewish Post - Ft. .Worth - Page 3
the Jack Levys of Waco and Antweil, Dottie and Jack Sie-
Daisy and Jay Silverberg of i gel, Rabbi and Mrs. A. J. Brac-
Corsicana. I hman and daughter, Areve;
Max Greenspun left Tuesday 1 Pearl Sankary, and Bernice,
for a month’s visit with his
children in Washington, New-
ark and New York. Dora Gins-
Sam Raden and Julius Raden
of Big D.
College youngsters due in
burg will have among her holi- J this holiday weekend are
day guests, Mr. and Mrs. Jackj Yvonne Green, Sonya Sandler,
Engel of Chicago. Natalie Cohn Selma Natkin, Sandra and Sara
just back from Austin where Rashti, Gloria Laves, Morton
she attended a State meeting Glazer, Larry Steinberg, David
for the Council of Retarded Rubin, Mark Rakoover, Edwin
Children. Sophie Miller and Rashti and Dickie Simon, all
Tobia and Ben Ellman were in Gf Texas; Sam Rosen, Edward
Shreveport last weekend where Cohen and Harry Lederman,
they attended the engagement Qf Tulane; and Esther Rosen-
party for Arnie Miller of Hous-
ton Ho Susan Serlbert of
thal, from Sophie Newcomb.
Esther was recently initiated
Shreveport. The groom-elect, into Alpha Epsilon Phi and
by the way is a nephew of1 elected Recording Secretary of
Sophia, as well as Sadie and the sorority. Joel Steinberg,
Harry Miller. Kenneth and wh0 attends Tulane, will spend
Lester Baum, home from Penn the Holidays in Beaumont.
Jerry Blum, student at Baylor
Medical, expected in jfor a
weekend visit with the folks,
State with their folks, Bess and
Among the opera enthusiasts ' Kate and Jack Blum.
ISRAELI STYLE SHOW
Women of Hadassah have worked wonders
to bring the latest and most glamorous styles
from Israel to town. Luncheon chairmen Ruth
Katzman, Ruth Rapfogel, and style show chair-
man Syd Rashti promise to show you the very
latest designs from Tel-Aviv, Haifa and other
parts of Israel.
A beautiful bevy of our local women arid
children will model the fashions.
The style, show will be held at Beth-El
Center at 12:30 next Wednesday. Come see this
style show. YouTl enjoy it.
Fran and Man
Francis Prinz Manny Rosenthal
3502 Blue Bonnet Circle WE-7396
Sadie Miller who arrived
home Sunday night from El
Paso, exhausted but happy, ex-
pects her children, Donna and
Ivan Miller and their family of
Sherman. Richard Freling of
Austin weekended with his
folks, Nat and Jack Freling.
Mrs. J. Wolfson just back from
her Chicago trip. Also at Ger-
trude and Bennie Rubin’s home
this week are their children,
Bobbie and Sherwin Rubin of
A & M.
Closing dates for entries in
Sisterhood’s Art Competition
will be May 23rd and 24th.
Judges in the three classes will
be well known local artists;
McKee Trotter, who will judge
the children’s entries, age 6-12;
Bror Utter, teen-age entries,
13-19 and Leonard Logan, adult
group. Awards will be pre-
sented on July 8th and all
entries will be exhibited at the
Temple Center until that date.
Cute as a button on Bobby
Peter’s TV Jamboree, last Sat-
urday were youngsters, Jeffrey
and Eileen Glazer, children of
Sonya and Marvin Glazer and
their little cousins, Bonnie and
Hank Korman, whose folks are
Sara and Mike Korman. The
big payoff came when young
Jeffrey was presented with
a carton of “Dr. Pepper.”
Jeffrey’s Dad, by the way, is
of the local “Pepsi-Uncle Jo”
bottling Glazer family here.
Instructors from Lavonia
Bellah Dance Studios urge
those who haven’t as yet
attended Sisterhood’s Adult
Dance Classes to attend this
Monday evening, 8:30 at the
Temple Center, when jitterbug
instruction will begin along
with a review of the rhumba.
Erv Rovinsky Says -
STALAG 17 IN REHEARSAL
BB Little Theatre
by Eddie Gaines
“Stalag 17,” one of the best
plays of the decade, has been an-
nounced by the B’nai B’rith Little
Theater as the fitting climax for
the current ’53 - ’54 season.
Written by Donald Bevan and
Edmund Trzcinski, and directed
locally by Dan Gachman, “Stalag
17” is a tongue-in-cheek account
of the authors’ experiences in a
German POW camp.
Leo Lipshitz, Fran Prinz, Herb
Slatkin-, Elvin Bernstein, David
Luskey, Bruce Griffin and Bemie
Goldman head the stellar cast for
this play. The supporting roles too
feature some of the brightest
names on our little theater roster.
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Herman round out as promising
a cast as we have ever seen for
one of the B’nai B’rith Little
Showtime is set for May 11, and
12, at the Ahavath Sholom Center.
Season ticket holders are espe-
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ing to purchase tickets for this
show only—and that should in-
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