Texas Jewish Post (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 15, 1972 Page: 3 of 16
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DALLAS’ SOCIAL CALENDAR is crowded with festivities:
Janet Rothman, future bride of Thomas Tuckerman was
honored at a Kitchen Shower on June 6, by Mrs. Norman
JBerez, Mrs. Harry Swiff and Mrs. Daniel Rubin at the home
of the latter, 7328 Mimosa Lane. A Miscellaneous Shower
and Luncheon on June 13th was hosted by Mrs. Matthew
Soble at her home, 7255 Mimosa Lane, Misses Mini!
Presser and Jackie Yarrin will entertain at a Brunch and
Miscellaneous Shower this Sunday, the 18th, at the home of
Mrs. Sidney Presser-, 7650 Willow Lane. Mrs. and Mrs. Elton
Schackman will entertain the future bride and groom with a
get-acquainted cocktail party on June 22nd. for the out-of-
town guests and bridal party, at their home, 5836 Norway
Rd. The Rehearsal Dinner on Friday evening, June 23, will
be given by the future groom’s parents, Dr. and Mrs. Sanford
Tuckerman at the 21 Turtle Creek Club.
Joyce Freed, bride-elect of
Sam Schwartzberg, was honored ■
with a Pantry Shower on Thurs-
day evening, May 18, by Mines.
Mildred Shwiff,Harry Birnbaum,
and Rich Rosenbaum at the
latter’s home, 6722 Tulip Lane.
Decorations at the Shower were
carried out in the bride’s colors
of blue and green. Joyce, and
her mother, Mrs. Bernard Freed
hosted a bridesmaids luncheon
in honor of the bridal party and
their mothers at The Chimney
on Saturday, June 10. Her
fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Schwartzberg of Houston.
Congratulations to Sala and
Sender Fleschler, 10123 Estaca-
do, who were honored on their
25th wedding anniversary on June
HARRY M. RICKETTS JR., M.D.
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10 by their sons, Sammy, 19,
who attends UT in Austin and
Mark, 14, a student at W.T.
Gaston Junior High School, with
a dinner party at the Windmill
Theatre. The Fleschlers who
were married in Steyer, Austria,
in a D.P. Camp have been
residents of Dallas for 22 years.
A narrow harrowing escape
for Aaron Kaplan, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sherman Kaplan, who
is just back from Israel. Aaron
arrived at Lod Airport shortly
after the brutal Tel Aviv mass-
acre and was 3 witness to the
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Arrow Chemical Corp., a locally
based national industrial chemi-
cal company, announced the
appointments of Mark I. Kenner
and Donald Bruce to the posi-
tions of Vice President. Mr.
Kenner is Vice President in
charge of the industrial sales
division. He and his wife,
Beverly, are from Pittsburg, Pa.,
and they have two teenage chil-
dren. Mr. Bruce, Vice President
in charge of administration and
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of the City University of New
York. Married to the former
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are parents of two children.
Out-of-town guests attending
the Bar Mitzvah of Bradley Alan
Hacker, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Hacker, this Saturday eve-
ning at Shearith Israel, will be
honored at a series of weekend
parties. A Friday evening Sab-
bath Dinner at Shearith Israel
will be co-hosted by Bradley’s
aunts and uncles, Miss Rhonda
Setzer of Jacksonville, Fla., Mr.
and Mrs. Sheldon Budman of
Washington, D.C., and Mr. and
Mrs. Joel Cotter. Following
Sabbath Services an Oneg Shab-
bat given by Dr. and Mrs. A1
Blumenfeld will be held at
Howard Johnson’s Motel. Satur-
day evening the Irving Hackers
will honor their son at a dinner
dance at the Fairmont Hotel.
Continued on Page 4
In celebration of their 50th wetlfling anniversary; Mr. and
Mrs. Max Rude will be honored by their children, Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Sweet and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rude at a Cocktail-
Buffet this Saturday evening, June 17,7:30 p.m., at the home
of the Sweets, 7278 Ashington.
Barry Mark Brown, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Stuart Brown,
7226 Baxtershire, will become
a Bar Mitzvah on Saturday,
June 24, at Temple Emanu-
El. Rabbi Gerald Klein will
officiate. An eighth grade
student at E. D. Walker Mid-
dle School, Barry is the grandson
of Mr. and Mrs. David Schrott
of Arlington, Va. and Mrs. Elsie
Brown of Hyattsville, Md.
THE IDEAL FATHER'S DAY
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Dr. and Mrs. Brown will
honor their son with a KiddUsh
luncheon following the Bar Mitz-
vah for members of the Congre-
gation and friends.
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