Texas Jewish Post (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 18, 1954 Page: 3 of 16
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HAWAII JEWISH PHYSICIANS PLEDGE AID TO
ALBERT EINSTEIN COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
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Around the Town
One of the best ideas we’ve heard of to promote good-will and
a better understanding is the program the Sisterhood will present on
the 27th at the Temple Center.
The Institute on Judaism, though the title may sound a bit on the
intelectual side, has been planned and designed to acquaint our public
school teachers with as many facts of our religion as possible.
A full clay’s program has been planned by Chairman Thelma
Rosenbaum and will be presented in a manner that is both interesting
All Sisterhood members are invited to attend, and to, all public
school teachers in the city are cordially invited. If you know of any
teachers who would like to attend as guests of the Sisterhood, and
who possibly might not have received an invitation, call the names into
Thelma Rosenbaum or Ceil Echt.
By the way, the list was com-
piled by asking all the children of ped in Alexandria to visit Edna
Beth-El Sunday School, the names and Milton Fox and in Shreveport
of public school teachers. where they visited Florence and
NEWS AND NOTES: Clarence Goldberg.
Emma Gudinsky and her daugh- PRESS NOTES*
ter, Florine Fleischer, returned
from Los Angeles Monday. Earlier Hannah and Ike Sandlei and Di.
this week, Shirley and Charles j "vd Mrs* Harold Freed of Dal'
Robinson and their youngsters ^as’ P^an ^eave next weekend
drove their mother, Mrs. E. Robin- for a trip throu«h the Valley and
son of Richmond, Va., to Tuscon
wlmre she will visit several weeks
before returning to our town for
Monterey. Sophia Miller and Dora
Ginsburg have joined the Henry
Rosenbergs, Mollie and Nathan
another month’s stay. The young- GinsburS and the George Rolnicks
on their Carribbean cruise. Liz-
zie Spiegel and daughter Kathe-
er Robinsons will spend a week
m Tuscon. Marlyn and Lou Bar-
nett weekended at the Baker
Hotel in Mineral Wells. Julia and
Milton Schwartz of Sherman va-
cationing at Miami Beach will
be joined there by Mrs. Ben Label
who is now visiting in Savannah.
Sonya Sandler, daughter of Ruth
and Ben Sandler, has been invited
to join Alpha Lamda Delta, Fresh-
men’s Honorary Society at the
University of Texas.
All good wishes to Helen and
Judd Beekoff residing in their
new home at 1901 Ben Hall Court.
Jules Goldstein vacationing in
Mexico. Gladys (Mrs. Irving) So-
kolsky recuperating from an
emergency appendectomy. Speedy
recovery wishes also to Mrs.
Pauline Bassist and A1 Natkin.
Elaine and David Samson and
their youngsters of Springfrield,
Mo., and Bertha Shanblum and
daughters, Lynda and Laurie of
Austin, are houseguests of their
folks, Clem and Herman Samson.
Esther and Buddy Rosen weekend-
ed in Big D.
While enroute to the “Pepsi”
convention in New Orleans recent-
ly, the Glazers, Ida and Yale, Wil-
lard and Sonia and Marvin, stop-
rine visiting in Los Angeles. Jen-
nie and Harry Rosenthal return-
ed from several days in Amarillo
and Lubbock earlier this week.
Barbara and Ralph Bubis now
settled in their new apartment at
2917 Bagby in Houston.
Dolores Alpert of L.A., is visit-
ing her mother, Mrs. Louis Cohn.
Iva Greenspun, daughter of Rose
and Morris Greenspun, planning a
European tour this summer. Syd
and George Rashti are spending
several days in Austin with their
twin daughters, Sara and San-
ra, students “at Texas.” Pauline
and Sam Sheinberg have had a
house chock full of their young-
sters, their son, Dr. Philip Shein-
berg of Baltimore; daughter, Bay-
la and Harvey Biskin and their
daughter, Jill of San Antonio;
and son, Israel, of the University
THE CURTAIN RISES—
The curtain rises Tuesday and Wednesday eve-
nings, 8 P. M. at Beth-El Center on B’nai B’rith’s
Little Theater’s third production of the season “On
Don’t miss veteran performers Louise Lipshitz,
Miriam Seglin, Eddie Gaines, J. B. Daiches, Sam
Reznikoff, and Nat Cohen’s polished performances.
Those who will make their Little Theater debut
are Charlotte Mehl, Rabbi Isadore Garsek, Tommy
Taylor and Bobby Rashti.
Tickets prior to the performance may be ob-
tained by calling Mrs. Charlotte Powell—WE-7379
or at the door.
Wo tH RRG ^lurs” IS, 1954 - Texas Jewish Post - Ft. Worth - Page 3
By JEANETTE RASHTI
Sunday, Feb. 14, some of the
B.B.G. Girls and the A.Z.A. boys
met at the Shul. From there we
went to the Saint Andrews Negro
Church where a Brotherhood Serv-
ice was held at 3:00 p. m.
The service opened with the
singing of “The Star Spangled
Banner” and the pledge of allegi-
ance. In the service one person
from each church took pa.< in if
From B.B.G., Jeanette Rashti gave
the opening prayer, and iron
A.Z.A. Don Herman gave the
After the service there was a
panel discussion. One member of
each church participated. Peachy
Hillman of B.B.G. and Gerald Cop
lin of A.Z.A. were our discussion-,
ers. Each of the discussionersf
gave a brief speech on the sub
ject of brotherhood. Our them
was “Brothers the World Over.'
Quesions were asked of the pane
and then referred to the audience.
Afterwards there was recrea-
tion where we learned songs and
dances from groups of different
churches. The B.B.G. girls taught
an Israeli dance.
Hot chocolate, cookies
A group of leading Honolulu Jewish physicians at a recent meeting with
George Alpert of Boston, Honorary National Campaign Chairman for the
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, pledge their
support to the College now under construction in New York. Left to right
are: Dr. Dorian Paskowits; Dr. Maurice Gordon; Dr. Erwin Cheim, Chief
Medical Officer of Veterans Administration; Mr. Alpert; Dr. Leo Bernstein,
Director of Local Health Services, Dept, of Health of Honolulu; Dr. Jerome
L. Rosengard, Chief of Bureau of V.D., Cancer Control and Chronic Dio
eases; Dr. Robert Pearlstein; Dr. Martin H. Lichter; Dr. Max Levine, Chief
of Bureau of Laboratories.
candy were served as refresh-1 All who attended certainly had
and rrtents. j an enjoyable afternoon.
HIS LIGHT MA,'=S MEN BROTHERS
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
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