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Jewish Herald-Voice Articles (Cont'd)

1960 Feb 18 (Pg 9 Col 5)

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Korn announce the birth of a son, Steven Lawrence, on February 9. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. David H. Borger, Houston, and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Korn, Corpus Christi. Great-grandfather is Joe Spiegelman, Chicago, Ill.

1960 Mar 4 (Pg 7 Col 4)

        Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Levy cordially invite relatives and friends to the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Larry, on Friday, March 11, 8 p.m., and Saturday, March 12, 10:15 a.m., at Congregation Beth Yeshurun. Receptions will follow the services.
        Invitations are issued through the press.

1960 Mar 17 (Pg 8 Col 2)

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Whitman (nee Norma Goldman) announce the birth of a daughter, Sheryl Ann, on March 8. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Goldman, Houston, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Whitman, Mission, Texas.

1960 Mar 31 (Pg 12 Col 2)

        Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Farber cordially invite relatives and friends to the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Marvin Paul, on Friday, April 8, 8 p.m., and Saturday, April 9, 10:15 a.m., at Congregation Beth Yeshurun. Receptions will follow the services.
        Invitations are issued through the press.
        Marvin is the grandson of Mrs. H. Krafcheck and A. Farber.

1960 Apr 7 (Pg 10 Col 2)

        A group Bat Mitzvah will take place at Congregation Beth Yeshurun, Friday, April 15, 8 p.m., and Saturday, April 16, 10:15 a.m. Receptions will follow both services.
        Cordial invitations are issued to relatives and friends by:
        Mr. and Mrs Louis Alexander, on behalf of their daughter, Gail.
        Mr. and Mrs. Sam Abramson, on behalf of their daughter, Shirley.
        Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bell, on behalf of their daughter, Susan.
        Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Slipakoff, on behalf of their daughter, Meryl.
        Mr. and Mrs. Andre Lesartre, on behalf of their daughter, Rochelle.
        Invitations are issued only through the press.

1960 Jun 2 (Pg 8 Col 2)

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. (Buddy) Silberman announce the arrival of their daughter, Laurie Beth, on April 21, 1960. Mr. and Mrs. Silberman are former Houston residents, and now reside in Wexford, Pennsylvania.

1960 Jun 16 (Pg 8 Col 2)

Mr. and Mrs. Alex Moore, 4422 McDermed, announced the birth of their daughter, Terry Marlene, on June 8. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Palla, Mrs. Max Moore, and the late Mr. Moore.

1960 Jun 30 (Pg 8 Col 2)

Dr. and Mrs. Harold S. Joachim of 4935 Poinciana Drive announce the birth of their daughter, Susan Ilene, on June 16. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Joachim of Houston and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dombrow of Bay City, Texas.

1960 Sep 22 (Pg 63 Col 1,2)

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sklar announce the birth of their son, Jerald Louis, on September 13. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Morse Sklar, Houston, and Mr. and Mrs. Mannie Silberstein, Austin. Great-parents (sic) are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Silberstein, Austin, and Mrs. Bertha Sklar, Houston.

1960 Nov 3 (Pg 11 Col 4)

        Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Tiras cordially invite relatives and friends to the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Mark B., on Friday, November 11, 8 p.m., and Saturday, November 12, 10:15 a.m., at Congregation Beth Yeshurun. Receptions will follow the services.
        Mark is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Max Pepper of this city.

1960 Nov 10 (Pg 7 Col 4)

Mr. and Mrs. Morris H. Lipman announce the birth of their son, Mark Israel, on November 5. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. G. Wasserman, Houston, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lipman, Memphis, Tenn.

1960 Dec 22 (Pg 6 Col 2)

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Laufman announce the birth of their son, Ronald D. Laufman, on December 5. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sol Laufman and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tiras, all of this city.

1961 Mar 16 (Pg 8 Col 1)

        Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Brand of Laredo, Texas, announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Randall J., on March 24 in Laredo.
        He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tiras, Houston, and Mr. and Mrs. Abe Tartak, Kaplan, La., and the late Charles H. Brand, and great-grandson of Louis Brand.

1961 Apr 13 (Pg 6 Col 2)

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davidoff announce the birth of their son, Steven F., on April 5. The Brith Millah services will be held Sunday, April 15, at their home, 4130 Breakwood Drive, with Rabbi William S. Malev officiating. Grandparents are Mr. M. I. Heffler and the late Mrs. Ruth Heffler and Mr A. Davidoff and the late Mrs. Mary Davidoff.

1961 May 11 (Pg 8 Col 1)

        Mr. and Mrs. Abe Moore cordially invite relatives and friends to the Bar Mitzvah of their sons, Steven Alan and Michael Bruce, Friday, May 12, 8 p.m. and Saturday, May 13, 9 a.m. at Cong. Adath Emeth.
        Steven and Michael are the grandsons of Mr. and Mrs. I. Ozon of Galveston and Mrs. Florence Moore and the late Max Moore.
        Invitations extended through the press. Receptions will follow both services.

1961 Jul 20 (Pg 10 Col 1)

BORGER - Samuel Borger, of 3556 W Chicago Ave., Chicago, Ill., dies 4:30 a.m., July 11, in a Houston hospital. Survivors: Wife, Mrs. Fanny Borger, Chicago, brothers, Gus Borger, Chicago, Max Borger, William Borger, David Borger, all of Houston. Services 7 p.m., July 1?, Levy Memorial Chapel, with Rabbi? Philip Pincus officiating. Body forwarded to Chicago for burial.

1961 Oct 5 (Pg 8 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Heffler announce the birth of their son, Marvin Alan, on October 2. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. G. Wasserman and Mr. M. I. Heffler, all of Houston.

1962 Mar 29 (Pg 11 Col 4)

        Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schnitzer, 4028 3rd St., Port Arthur, Texas, announce the engagement of their daughter, Manette Yvonne, to Arnold Farber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Farber, 4410 Roseneath. A Houston wedding is planned for December.
        The prospective bride attended the University of Texas, and now attends the University of Houston, majoring in Elementary Education. Her fiance who is a student at the University of Houston, also attended Texas A&M College. His major is Civil Engineering.

1962 Jun 7 (Pg 9 Col 4)

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney E. Tiras announce the birth of their daughter, Yvonne Eve, on June 2. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Merson and Mrs. Rose Tiras and the late Samuel Lewis Tiras, all of this city.

1962 Jun 28 (Pg 8 Col 2)

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Korn, 313 Waverly, Corpus Christi, Texas announce the birth of their daughter, Vicki Lynn, on June 18th. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Korn, Corpus Christi; maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. David Borger of Houston.

1962 Dec 20 (Pg 8 Cols 3-5)

        In a candlelight ceremony Sunday evening, December 16, in Cong. Beth Yeshurun, Miss Manette Yvonne Schnitzer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schnitzer, Port Arthur, became the bride of Arnold Farber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Farber, 4410 Roseneath. Rabbi William S. Malev and Rabbi Avery Grossfield, Port Arthur, officiated, assisted by Cantor George Wagner.
        For her wedding the bride wore a formal gown of white peau de soie enhanced with Alencon lace. The fitted bodice was designed with a scooped neckline with traceries of the lace, and the lace motif was repeated in the dome shaped skirt which flowed into a chapel length train. Her veil of silk illusion fell from a crown of seed pearls, and she carried a cascade of white orchids and glamellias.
        Miss Rochelle Mellon and Mrs. Milton Lefkowitz, sister of the groom, were honor attendants. Misses Carolyn Farber, the groom's sister, and Phyllis Schnitzer, Port Arthur, were bridesmaids. Miss Elaine Freedman was her cousin's junior bridesmaid. They wore sheath gowns of royal blue silk peau de soie with matching headpieces and carried cascades of red roses. Glenda Freedman and Renette Lefkowitz, the bride's cousin and groom's niece, respectively, were flowergirls.
        Mr. Farber was his son's best man. Kenneth Croft, Harvey Zidell, Herbert Burling, and Stephen Schnitzer, Pt. Arthur, were groomsmen. Lee Nodler, Sidney Croft, Albert Krafcheck, Teddy Sposeep, Mark Davis, Mark B. Schnitzer, the bride's brother, ushered. Larry Aron and Ronald Sposeep lighted the candles.
        A reception followed the ceremony. Members of the house-party included Mrs. Barry Kurtz, Mrs. Kenneth Croft, Mrs. Abe Schnitzer, Miss Orin Gardonzik, Dallas, and Miss Sandra Krafcheck.
        Following a wedding trip to Las Vegas, Nev. and Disneyland, Calif., the couple will make their home at 9714 Marlive, Apt. 4, in Houston where both are senior students at the University of Houston.

1963 Mar 21 (Pg 10 Col 2)

Gus Borger, 67, of Chicago, Ill., died there March 13. He is survivied by a daughter, Mrs. Blanche Golovan, a son, Norman Borger, both of Chicago; and three brothers, Max, William and David Borger, all of Houston.

1963 Apr 18 (Pg 12 Col 1,2)

Mrs. Esther Backer Levy, 46, of 3029 Oakwood St. died April 14 in a Houston hospital. Member Congregation Beth Yeshurun. Survivors: husband, Bernard J. Levy; parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. Backer; sons, Marvin Levy, Larry Levy; brothers, Morris Backer, Harry Backer, all of Houston. Services held April 14 Levy Memorial Chapel with Rabbi Wm. S. Malev and Cantor Geo. Wagner officiating. Burial Adath Yeshurun Cemetery.

1963 May 23 (Pg 10 Col 5)

Dr. and Mrs. Harold S. Joachim announce the birth of their daughter, Lisa Kay, on May 4. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Joachim, Houston, and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dombrow, Bay City.

1963 Jul 4 (Pg 8 Col 3,4)

        The engagement of Miss Minna Rae Cytrin to Julius Hochstein has been announced by her brothers, Nathan Cytrin and Charles Cytrin, 1234 E. Mulberry, San Antonio, Texas. She is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cytrin. Mr. Hochstein is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hochstein, 3730 Linkview Drive. An August wedding is planned.
        The prospective bride attended the Universities of Texas and Oklahoma and is a graduate of the University of Houston with a major in education. Her sorority is Alpha Epsilon Phi. Her fiance attended the University of Texas and is a graduate of the University of Houston where he majored in Pharmacy. His fraternity is Phi Delta Chi.

1963 Jul 18 (Pg 10 Col 1)

Mrs. Ida Bell Levy, 82, of 3730 Linkview Drive, died July 10 at her home. Member Cong. Beth Yeshurun. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Sam Hochstein; son, Bernard J. Levy, both of Houston; brothers, Gerson Wasserman, Houston, Aaron Wasserman, Clinton, Indiana; 4 grandchildren. Services held July 11 Levy Memorial Chapel, Rabbi Samuel Schwartz officiating. Burial, Beth Yeshurun Cemetery.

1963 Aug 22 (Pg 8 Col 3,4)

        Following a trip to Mexico City and Acapulco, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hochstein are making their home in Houston. Their wedding took place Sunday afternoon, August 11, in the Agudas Achim Synagogue, San Antonio, with Rabbi Amram Prero officiating.
        The bride is the former Miss Minna Rae Cytrin, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cytrin. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hochstein.
        Given in marriage by her brothers, Nathan L. Cytrin and Charles M. Cytrin, the bride wore a gown of ivory silk peau de soie designed with batteau neckline. The bodice featured a wide band of re-embroidered Alencon lace, and the bell skirt formed a chapel train. Her silk illusion veil was held by a beaded Juliet crown, and she carried a French court bouquet of white roses, white orchids and stephanotis.
        Miss Rachelle Hochstein was maid of honor. Junior bridesmaids were Miss Susan Vener, Corpus Christi, and Miss Sarah Lenowitz, Seguin.
        Mr. Hochstein was his son's best man. Groomsmen were Marvin Levy, Tyrone Clifford and Herb Lown; ushering were Melvin Abramson, Larry Levy, and Gerson Cweren.
        A reception was held in the Peraux Room of the St. Anthony Hotel. Miss Frances Blankfield had charge of the brides book. Members of the houseparty were Mesdames Jerry Lebman, Shep Shapiro, I. Dodic, Max Kalvort, and Morris Backer.

1963 Aug 22 (Pg 10 Col 2)

        Mrs. Max Borger has returned from Roy, Utah, where she visited her children, Mr. and Mrs. L. Singer (nee Dorothy Borger), and grandchildren, Donnie, Larry and Jerry. Mrs. Borger was accompanied bye her daughter, Mrs. Sam Abramson and children, Shirley, Joyce and Ronnie.
        While in Utah they attended the Bar Mitzvah of Donnie Singer. Donnie returned to Houston with them and is now the guest of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Borger.

1963 Aug 29 (Pg 8 Col 2)

        Mr. and Mrs. Sam Abramson cordially invite relatives and friends to the Bat Mitzvah of their daughter, Friday, September 6, 8 p.m. and Saturday, September 7, 10:15 a.m., Congregation Beth Yeshurun.
        Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. H. Abramson and Mr. and Mrs. Max Borger all of Houston.

1963 Oct 17 (Pg 12 Col 2)

Max Pepper, 83, 6901 Academy St., died Oct. 9 at his home. Member Cong. Adath Emeth. Workmen's Circle, Golden Age Club, resident Houston 41 years; retied merchant. Survivors: wife, Mrs. Yetta Pepper, Houston: daughters, Mrs. Clara Feinberg, Mrs. Betty Berretta, Miss Mamie Kalman, Mrs. Rose Tiras, all of Houston, Mrs. Frances Goodman, Redlands, Cal., Mrs. Bessie Hayman, Providence, R. I.; sons, Morris Pepper, Harry Pepper, both of Houston; two sisters; three brothers; 19 grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren; Services Oct.13 Levy Memorial Chapel, Rabbi R. S. Schwartzman, Cantor Irving Dean officiating. Burial Adath Emeth Cemetery.

1963 Dec 5 (Pg 14 Col 2)

Mrs. Bertha F. Tiras, 77, of 3410 Norris, died December 1 in a Houston hospital. Member of Temple Beth Israel, B'nai B'rith, Sisterhood of Temple Beth Israel. Survivors: husband, Isador Tiras, Houston; brother, Reuben Feldman, Chicago, Ill.; nieces, Mrs. Bee Levenson, San Berdanio, Calif., Mrs. B. M. Harrison, Canoga Park, Calif. Funeral services held Dec. 3 Levy Memorial Chapel, Rabbi William S. Malev, Rabbi Jerome Sherman, Cantor Geo. Wagner officiating. Burial Beth Yeshurun Cemetery.

1963 Dec 12 (Pg 10 Col 2)

        Mrs. Bea Silberstein and Mike Heffler were married November 28, 1963, in the Chapel of Congregation Adath Emeth, with Rabbi Raphael S. S Schwartzman officiating.
        Joe Heffler was his father's best man. Also present were the couple's children, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davidoff, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Heffler, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Silberman, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sklar.

1963 Dec 26 (Pg 8 Col 5)

Dr. and Mrs. Jules H. Borger of San Antonio announce the birth of their daughter, Lois Beth, on December 17. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Irving Friedman and Mr. and Mrs. Max Borger; great-grandmother is Mrs. Dora Landman, all of Houston.

1964 Jan 30 (Pg 10 Col 2)

        Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hochstein, 3730 Linkview Drive, announce the engagement of their daughter, Rachelle, to James H. Gross, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Sydney Gross, Gueydan, Louisiana. Wedding plans will be made known later.
        The prospective bride attended Sophie Newcomb College and received her degree in Elementary Education from the University of Houston. Her fiance attended Tulane University and is a graduate of the University's graduate school. His fraternity is Sigma Alpha Mu.

1964 Feb 27 (Pg 12 Col 2,3)

William Robert Laufman, 31, of 4050 Tartan Lane, died Feb. 19. Member of Cong. Beth Yeshurun. Survivors: wife, Mrs. Molly Laufman; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Laufman; daughter, Laurel Beth Laufman, son, Ronald Laufman; sister, Mrs. Philip Getz, all of Houston. Funeral services held Feb. 20, Levy Memorial Chapel, Rabbi Wm. S. Malev and Cantor Geo. Wagner officiating. Burial, Beth Yeshurun Cemetery.

1964 Mar 12 (Pg 6 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney E. Tiras announce the birth of their son, Samuel Louis, on February 26. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Merson and Mrs. Rose Tiras and the late Samuel Louis Tiras, all of Houston.

1964 Mar 12 (Pg 14 Col 4)

        Unveiling of the tombstone in memory to the late Mrs. Esther Levy will take place at 2:30 p.m., Saturday, March 22, on the Beth Yeshurun Cemetery (Allen Parkway). Rabbi Wm. S. Malev and Cantor Geo. Wagner will officiate.
        Relatives and friends are asked to attend.

1964 Mar 19 (Pg 12 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Korn, 6027 Benning St. announce the birth of their son on March 14. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. David H. Borger of Houston and Mr. and mrs. Dan Korn of Corpus Christi.

1964 Apr 2 (Pg 10 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Korn, 6027 Benning, announce the birth of their son, Jeffrey Lewis, on March 14. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Dan Korn, Corpus Christi, and Mr. and Mrs. David H. Borger, Houston. Great-grandparnts, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Spiegelman, Chicago, Ill.

1964 Jun 18 (Pg 12 Col 1)

        Unveiling of the tombstone in memory to the late Ida Bell Levy (mother of Bernard J. Levy and Mrs. Sam Hochstein) will take place Sunday, June 21, 11 a.m., at the Beth Yeshurun Cemetery, Allen Parkway. Rabbi Wm. S. Malev and Cantor Geo. Wagner will officiate.
        Relatives and friends are asked to attend.

1964 Jun 25 (Pg 8 Col 5)

        Mrs. Sidney Levitin of 4011 Mischire announces the engagement of her daughter, Marlene Joy, to Jack Julius Farbstein of Port Arthur, son of Mrs. Jack Farbstein, 1529 N. 5th St., Waco, Texas. She is the daughter of the late Sidney Levitin.
        The wedding will take place August 1 at the Houston Club.

1964 Aug 6 (Pg 10 Col 3,4)

        The marriage of Miss Marlene Joy Levitin and Jack J. Farbstein was solemnized by Rabbi William S. Malev on August 1 in the Gulf Coast Suite of The Houston Club. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Sidney Levitin, 4011 Mischire, and the late Mr. Levitin. The groom's parents are Mrs. Jake Farbstein of Waco, Texas, and the late Mr. Farbstein.
        The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Abe Tiras. She wore a gown of silk peau de soie in blush tone, detailed in peau d'ange lace and bridal jewels. Her veil of silk illusion fell from a circolet of appliqued lace and pearls, and she carried a family Bible covered with a bouquet of white orchids, lily of the valley and stephanotis.
        Mrs. M. D. Brand of Laredo was her cousin's honor attendant. Miss Elfrieda Kubby was bridesmaid. They wore identical gowns of pale pink chiffon accented with wine velvet ribbon, and carried Victorian nosegays of shell pink roses, stepahnotis, blue static and Hahn ivy.
        Stanley Farbstein of Paducah, Ky. served his cousin as best man. John Lester, Beaumont, was groomsman, and ushering were J. C. Enright of Port Arthur and James Goldberg of Ft. Worth.
        Misses Madeline Tocker and Judy Wizig of Waco, nieces of the groom, were members of the houseparty for the reception.
        The bride's mother wore an ice blue peau de soie gown with bodice of imported lace, and the groom's mother chose a pale blue lace gown.
        Following a wedding trip to Biloxi, Miss. and New Orleans, La. the couple will make their home in Port Arthur, Texas.

1964 Sep 3 (Pg 94 Col 1,2)

        The marriage of Miss Carol Jean Morgenstern and Barry Lee Silverman was solemnized on August 30 at the Houston Club. She is the daughter of Mrs. G. J. Morgenstern, 3706 Dumbarton, and the late Mr. Morgenstern, and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Abe Silverman of Longview, Texas.
        The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Louis Lechenger. She wore an heirloom dress of taffeta and satin which was worn by her mother and great-grandmother, Mrs. M. A. Hirsch of Laredo, at their weddings.
        Miss Joan Morgenstern was her sister's maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Misses Patsy Morgenstern and Lana Silverman. They wore identical gowns of taffeta and lace in mint green color. In the houseparty were Mrs. Roger Krueger and Miss Elizabeth Daily.
        Mr. Silverman was his son's best man. Groomsmen were John Harriss of Rockdale and Steve Cohen, Houston. Ushers were Louis Morgenstern and Jerry Heffler, Dallas.
        When they return from a wedding trip to San Francisco and Las Vegas the couple will make their home in Dallas. The bride attended Sophie Newcomb College and is a graduate of the University of Texas. Her sorority is Sigma Delta Tau. Mr. Silverman attended the University of Texas where he was affiliated with Phi Sigma Delta, social fraternity, and Alpha Epsilon Rho fraternity.

1964 Nov 5 (Pg 12 Col 1)

The family of the late Bertha Feldman Tiras ask that relatives and friends attend the unveiling of the tombstone in her memory on Sunday, November 15, 11:30 a.m., at the Beth Yeshurun Cemetery Allen Parkway. Rabbi Jerome Sherman, Rabbi William S. Malev and Cantor George Wagner will officiate.

1965 Jan 21 (Pg 12 Col 2)

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kamion cordially invite relatives and friends to the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Alan Steven, on Friday, January 29, 8 p.m., and Saturday, Jan. 30, 9 a.m., at Cong. Adath Emeth. Receptions will follow both services.

1965 Jan 21 (Pg 12 Col 5)

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sklar announce the birth of their daughter, Madalyn Kay, on January 11. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Mike Meffler (sic) and Mr. and Mrs. Morse Sklar; great-grandparents, Mrs. Bertha Sklar and Mrs. Louis Silberstein of Austin.

1965 May 20 (Pg 14 Col 1,2)

Abe Tiras, 62, 4011 Mischire, died May 11 at his home. Veteran World War I, member Cong. Beth Yeshurun, Mason, Shriner and Elks Lodge. Survivors: sisters, Mrs. Rose Seligman, Mrs. Sadie Levitin, brothers, Henry Tiras, Eddie Tiras, all of Houston; number nieces and nephews. Services help May 12 Levy Memorial Chapel, Rabbi Wm. S. Malev, Cantor Geo. Wagner officiating. Burial Beth Yeshurun Cemetery.

1965 Jun 3 (Pg 6 Col 1)

        Mr. and Mrs. Alex Moore request the honor of their relatives and friends at the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Gary Allen, on Friday, June 4, 8 p.m. and Saturday, June 5, 9 a.m. at Cong. Adath Emeth, 9001 Greenwillow Dr.
        Gary is the grandson of Mrs. Max Moore and the late Max Moore and Mr. Charles Palla and the late Bertha Palla.
        Reception will follow each of the services.

1965 Jun 24 (Pg 11 Col 2,3)

        Miss Rachelle Hochstein and James H. Gross were married June 20 at the Beth Yeshurun Synagogue. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hochstein, 3730 Linkview Drive, and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. J. Sydney Gross, Gueydan, La.
        For her wedding, the bride chose a formal gown of diamond white silk peau de soie fashioned in the sheath silhouette. The oval neckline was traced in re-embroidered Alencon lace, and the skirt was enhanced by a deep border of the lace. The chapel length train was appliqued in motifs of lace. Her veil of silk illusion was held by a cluster of silk roses, and she carried a bouquet of white orchids.
        Mrs. Julius Hochstein was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Seline Adelson, Miss Frances Blankfield and Mrs. Harold Morris. They wore identical gowns of two toned blue silk linen and carried bouquets of white peonies.
        Mr. Gross was his son's best man. Groomsmen were J. Sydney Gross, Julius Hochstein, Marvin Levy, Cary Pasternak, and Matt Pasternak. Ushering were Elliott Levitt, Richard Sirmon and Floyd Broussard, Jr.
        A reception followed the ceremony. In the houseparty were Mrs. Aaron Pasternak, Miss Jan Pasternak, Mrs. Gerson Cweren, and Mrs. Martin Rodkin.
        The bride's mother wore a floor length gown of blue silk chiffon with beaded bodice, and the groom's mother chose a floor length blue gown with draped skirt.
        The bride attended Sophie Newcomb College and is a graduate of the University. The groom attended Tulane University, is a graduate of Southwestern Louisiana, and attended Louisiana State University graduate school. His fraternity was Sigma Alpha Mu.
        Following a wedding trip to San Francisco and Los Angeles, the couple will make their home at 3455 Evergreen.

1965 Oct 28 (Pg 8 Col 4,5)
1965 Nov 4 (Pg 8 Col 3)

        Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Zieben cordially invite relatives and friends to the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Barry Sanford, on Friday, Nov. 5, 8 p.m., and Saturday, Nov. 6, 9 a.m., at Congregation Adath Emeth. Receptions will follow the services.
        Barry is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Melnick and Mr. and Mrs. William Zieben, all of Houston.

1965 Dec 16 (Pg 14 Col 1)

Henry Tiras, 68, of 1805? Merwin, died Dec. 7 in a Houston Hospital. Member Cong. Beth Yeshurun. Survivors: wife, Mrs. Sue Tiras, Houston; daughters, Mrs. Bill Laufman, Houston, Mrs. M. D. Brand, Laredo; sisters, Mrs. S. L. Levitin, Mrs. Sam Seligman; brother, Eddie Tiras, all of Houston. 4 grandchildren. Services held Dec. 8 Levy Memorial Chapel. Rabbi Wm. S. Malev, Cantor Geo. Wagner officiating. Interment, Beth Yeshurun Cemetery.

1966 Jan 27 (Pg 8 Col 4)
1966 Feb 3 (Pg 8 Col 2)

        Mr. and Mrs. Sam Abramson invite relatives and friends to the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Ronald David, on Friday, Feb. 4, 8 p.m., and Saturday, Feb. 5, 10:15 a.m., at Cong. Beth Yeshurun.
        Ronald is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Max Borger and Mrs. Sarah Abramson and the late Haskel Abramson.

1966 May 26 (Pg 13 Col 3)

        Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davidoff cordially invite relatives and friends to the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Maurice Jay, on Friday, June 3, 8 p.m., and Saturday, June 4, 10:15 a.m., at Cong. Beth Yeshurun. Receptions follow both services. Invitations are extended thru the press.
        Maurice is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Heffler and the late Mrs. Ruth Heffler, and Abraham Davidoff and the late Mrs. Mary Davidoff.

1966 Jun 23 (Pg 9 Col 3)

        Mr. and Mrs. Al Grosman cordially invite friends to the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Eddie, on Saturday, July 2, 9 a.m., at Cong. Adath Emeth, and to the reception following services.
        Eddie is the grandson of Mrs. I. Gelfand, Shreveport, La., and Frank Grosman of St. Louis, Mo.

1966 Sep 29 (Pg 10 Col 3,4)

        Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tiras cordially invite relatives and friends to the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Joseph David, on Friday, Oct. 7, 8 p.m., and Saturday, Oct. 8, 9 a.m., at Cong. Adath Emeth. Receptions follow both services. Invitations through the press only.
        Joseph is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Handler and the late Otto Tiras and Mrs. Dora Landman, all of Houston.

1966 Oct 20 (Pg 8 Col 2)

        Dr. and Mrs. Harold S. Joachim cordially invite relatives and friends to the Bar Mitzvah of their son, David Norman, on Friday, Oct. 28, 8 p.m., and Saturday, Oct. 29, 10:15 a.m., at Cong. Beth Yeshurun, and to the receptions following services.
        David is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dombrow, Bay City, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Joachim, Houston.

1966 Oct 20 (Pg 8 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sklar announces the birth of their daughter, Judith Renee, on October 12. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heffler and Mr. and Mrs. Morse Sklar; great-grandparents are Mrs. Bertha Sklar and Mrs. Louis Silberstein of Austin.

1967 Feb 16 (Pg 4 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Farbstein of San Antonio announce the birth of their son, Sidney Jacob, on January 24. Grandparents are Mrs. Sidney Levitin of Houston and the late Mr. Levitin, and Mrs. Jacob Farbstein of Waco and the late Mr. Farbstein.

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Farber announce the birth of their son, Scott Craig. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Farber, Houston, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schnitzer, Port Arthur. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Farber of Houston.

1967 Mar 16 (Pg 13 Col 4,5)

        Mr. and Mrs. Herbert G. Tiras of 9703 Runnymeade announce the engagement of their daughter, Leslie Paige, to Stephen Anthony Stern, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Stern, 5307 Valkeith. The wedding will take place June 4 at Congregation Beth Israel.
        The prospective groom attends the University of Houston, and plans to enter Dental School

1967 May 11 (Pg 14 Col 1)

        Lippman Singer of Ventura, California, died there on May 4. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Dorothy Borger Singer (formerly of Houston) and three sons, Donny, Larry and Jerry Singer, all of Ventura. Funeral services and burial were in El Paso, Texas.
        Going to El Paso for funeral services were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Abramson and Mr. and Mrs. Max Borger.

1967 Oct 19 (Pg 12 Col 2)

        Mr. and Mrs. Jerry (Jack) Moore cordially invite relatives and friends to the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Jeffrey, on Friday, Oct. 27, 8 p.m., and Saturday, Oct. 28, 9 a.m., at Cong. Adath Emeth, and to the receptions following both services.
        Jeffrey is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Moore.

1967 Nov 9 (Pg 16 Col 1,2)

Adolf H. Handler, 75, 3515 Broadmead, died Oct. 31 in a Houston hospital. Member of Cong. Adath Emeth. Surviving: wife, Mrs. Hilda Tiras Handler; daughter, Mrs. Renee Handler Anderson, both of Houston. Graveside services and burial, Nov. 1, Austin Memorial Park Cemetery, Austin, Texas. Levy Funeral Directors.

1967 Dec 21 (Pg 10 Col 1,2)

        The marriage of Miss Rebecca Mize and Ronald Borger was solemnized on October 1, 1967, at Temple Emanu El in the presence of their immediate families. the bride in the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Orer and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. David Borger, all of this city.
        The couple is making their home at 9717 Temberside Drove, Apartment 74.

1968 Jan 18 (Pg 12 Col 1,2)

        Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Silberman cordially invite relatives and friends to the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Mark Edward, on Friday, Jan. 26, 8:15 p.m., and Saturday, Jan. 27, 10:30 a.m., at Cong. Brith Shalom, and to the receptions following both services.
        Mark is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heffler, and the late Mr. Mannie Silberstein, and Mrs. C. H. Silberman and the late Mrs. (sic) Silberman; and great-grandson of Mrs. Louise Silberstein, Austin, Texas.

1968 Mar 7 (Pg 9 Col 4,5)

        Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Farber of 3606 Drummond announce the engagement of their daughter, Carolyn, to Harvey Katz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Katz. An August wedding is planned.
        Both the prospective bride and groom attended the University of Houston.

1968 Apr 11 (Pg 51 Col 1,2)

        .Mr. and Mrs. Sam Abramson of 5134 North Braeswood, announce the engagement of their daughter, Shirley Elaine, to Leonard Charles Lebow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lebow, 13302 Kingsride. The wedding will take place August 11th.
        .Miss Abramson attended the University of Texas where she was affiliated with Sigma Delta Tau sorority. She is currently attending the University of Houston, majoring in Special Education. The prospective groom attended the University of Oklahoma and is now a student at the University of Houston, where he will receive his B.B.A. degree in Marketing this Spring.
        The prospective bride is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Borger and Mrs. Henry Abramson. Her fiance is the grandson of Mrs. Harry Lebow, Pittsburgh, Pa. and the late Mrs. (sic) Lebow, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Ostrov.

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin G. Levy announce the birth of their daughter, Ellen Beth, on April 5th. Grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. Jack Blankfield and Mr. Bernard Levy and the late Mrs. Levy. Great-grandparents are Mrs. M. Blankfield and Mr. and Mrs. Kalman Backer.

1968 Apr 11 (Pg 68 Col 4)

Isador Tiras, 86, of 3410 Norris, died April 3 in a Houston hospital. He was retired Secretary-Treasurer of the Houston Post. Member of Cong. Beth Israel, Cong. Beth Yeshurun, Holland Masonic Lodge, Arabia Temple Shrine, Scottish Rite Bodies, B'nai B'rith. Survivors: sisters Mrs. Frank Berwald, Miss Hadey Tiras, Mrs Max Borger; brother, Stanley T. Henig, all of Houston; number of nieces and nephews. Funeral services April 4 Levy Memorial Chapel, Rabbi Wm. S. Malev, Dr. Hyman J. Schachtel, Rabbi Jerome N. Sherman, and Cantor Geo. Wagner officiating. Burial, Beth Yeshurun Cemetery.

1968 Jun 6 (Pg 10 Col 1,2)

        Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davidoff cordially invite their relatives and friends to the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Randall, on Friday, June 14, 8:00 p.m., and Saturday, June 15, 10:15 a.m., at Cong. Beth Yeshurun, and to the receptions following both services. Invitations are extended through the press.
        Randy is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heffler and the late Ruth Heffler, and of Mr. Abraham Davidoff and the late Mary Davidoff.

1968 Aug 1 (Pg 11 Col 3,4)

        Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kamion announces the engagement of their daughter, Lenore Helene, to Phillip Stephen Caplan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Caplan. The wedding will take place September 8th at the Shamrock-Hilton Hotel.
        Miss Kamion is entering her senior year at the University of Houston toward her B. S. degree in Biology, and Mr. Caplan, a former student at Texas A & M, is now working toward his Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration at the University of Houston.

1968 Aug 1 (Pg 12 Col 3,4)

        Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Heffler, 4618 Willowbend, announce the engagement of their daughter, Marilyn Yvonne, to Howard Albert Fireman, son of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Fireman of Waco, Texas. A January wedding is planned.
        Miss Heffler's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Gerson Wasserman and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heffler, all of Houston. She attended the University of Texas and now attends the University of Houston.
        Mr. Fireman attended the South Texas Junior College, the University of Texas, and now attends the University of Houston.

1968 Aug 15 (Pg 10 Col 4,5)

        Miss Shirley Elaine Abramson became the bride of Leonard Charles Lebow on August 11. The ceremony was performed by Rabbi Moshe Cahana, Cantor George Wagner and Cantor Irving Dean in the LaFontaine Ballroom of the Warwick Hotel. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Abramson, 5134 North Braeswood, and the groom's parent are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lebow, 13302 Kingsride Lane.
        A cocktail reception in the Garden Terrace and seated dinner and dance in the LaFontaine Ballroom followed the ceremony.
        Mr. Abramson gave his daughter in marriage. She wore a formal gown of candlelight silk peau de soie combined with Alencon lace and lavishly beaded with seed pearls. The slim skirt swept to elaborate back fullness, forming a circular train. Her veil of silk illusion fell from a headpiece of lace petals beaded with pearls and sequins. She carried a cascade of roses, stephanotis and lily of the valley.
        Miss Joyce Abramson was her sister's maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Misses Pam Kaufman, Sandy Cohen, Shirley Kligman, and Mrs. Robert N. Hess. The wore formal gowns of turquois chiffon over lime crepe. Miss Toni Abramson, flower girl, wore a floor length dress of turquois organza over lime crepe.
        Mr. Lebow was his son's best man. Groomsmen were Ronny Abramson, David Lebow, Robert Lebow and Robert Hess. Ushering were Edward Stool, Harry Gendel, Larry Levy. Donald Singer, Richard Tenenbown, and Edward Framer of Galveston.
        In the houseparty were Misses Linda Lambert, Linda Greenberg, Marsha Zietz and Arlene Abramson.
        For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Abramson chose an ice blue alaskine floor length gown with rhinestone trim, and the groom's mother wore a blue chiffon floor length dress.
        When they return from a wedding trip to Las Vegas the couple will make their home at 5499 Braesvalley, Apt. 504. The bride attended the University of Texas where she was affiliated with Sigma Delta Tau sorority, and is majoring in Special Education at the University of Houston. The groom attended the University of Houston.

1968 Aug 29 (Pg 14 Col 1,2)

Eddie Tiras, 61, 9615 Stella Link, died Aug. 24 in a Houston hospital. Member of Cong. Beth Yeshurun. Manager of Weston Furniture Co. Veteran World War II. Survivors: wife, Mrs. Rose Tiras; sons, Harvey Tiras, Jerome Tiras, Mark Tiras, sisters, Mrs. Rose Seligman, Mrs. Sadie Levitin, all of Houston; five grandchildren. Funeral services Aug. 26 Levy Memorial Chapel, Rabbi Jack Segal, Cantor Geo. Wagner officiating. Burial Beth Yeshurun Cemetery.

1968 Sep 5 (Pg 13 Col 3-5)

        Miss Carolyn Tammie Farber became the bride of Harvey A. Katz in a ceremony performed August 18 at Congregation Beth Yeshurun. Rabbi Jack Segal and Cantor George Wagner officiated. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Farber, and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Katz.
        Mr. Farber gave his daughter in marriage. She wore a white silk organza gown, with the empire bodice and A-line skirt accented in appliques of Alencon lace. The watteau back flowed to a chapel length train. Her veil of silk illusion was held by a crown of pearls, and she carried a cascade bouquet of roses and stephanotis centered with a white orchid.
        Miss Karen Gerson was maid of honor, and Mrs. Arnold Farber, matron. Bridesmaids were Misses Ida Katz, Rene Lefkowitz, Barbara Lass, and Mrs. Yvonne Lefkowitz. They wore identical gowns of limette cotton ottoman.
        Mr. Katz was his son's best man. Groomsmen were Arnold Farber and Marvin Farber, the bride's brothers, Dr. Ronnie Jacobson, Jack Uzick, Jimmie Lass, and Mark Berman. Ringbearer was Jeffrey Uzick. Ushering were Dr. Steve Schildcrout, Ronnie Kammerman, Louis Samuelson?, and Kenny Peters.
        In the houseparty were Mrs. Leon Weisberg, Mrs. Steve Schildcrout, and Miss Marlene Laviage.
        For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Farber chose a formal gown of coral alaskine with matching beading trim, and the groom's mother wore a slim sheath formal in candy pink alaskine with crystal beading.
        When they return from their wedding trip to Mexico City the couple will make their home at 8950 Chimney Rock, Apt. 24.

1968 Oct 10 (Pg 16 Col 1,2)

Yetta Pepper, 80, of the Jewish Home for the Aged, died Oct. 5 at the Home. Member of Pioneer Women and Golden Age Club. Survivors: daughters, Miss Mamye Kalman, Mrs. Eddie Tiras, Mrs. Carl Berretta, Mrs. Clara Steinberg, all of Houston, Mrs. Hubert Goodman, San Antonio; Mrs. Ben Hayman, Providence, R. I.; sons, Harry Pepper, Morris Pepper; sister, Mrs. Louis Berman, all of Houston; 19 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren. Funeral services Oct. 6 Levy Memorial Chapel, Rabbi Raphael Schwartzman and Cantor Irving Dean officiating. Burial Adath Emeth Cemetery.

1969 Jan 30 (Pg 12 Col 3)

Arnold, Nanette and Scot Farber announce the arrival of their son and brother, Todd Blake, on January 15. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Farber, Houston, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schnitzer, Port Arthur. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Abe Farber.

1969 Apr 10 (Pg 13 Col 2)

The family of the late Isador Tiras asks relatives and friends to be present at the unveiling of the tombstone in his memory on Sunday, April 20, at 11:15 a.m., at the Beth Yeshurun Cemetery, Allen Parkway.

1969 Apr 10 (Pg 14 Col 1,2)

        Miss Marilyn Heffler became the bride of Howard Albert Fireman on January 26 in a ceremony performed by Rabbi Raphael S. Schwartzman and Cantor Irving Dean at the United Orthodox Synagogues. A reception followed in Silverman Hall. The bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Heffler, 4618 Willowbend, and the groom is the son or Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Fireman, Waco, Texas.
        Given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a formal designer gown of white satin brocade. The standing collar and three-quarter length sleeves were encrusted with seed pearls and crystal beads. A cathedral train was attached to the slim skirt. Her veil of French illusion was held by a band of white peau de soie, and she carried a formal bouquet of white roses and miniature white chrysanthemums.
        Miss Ellen Newman was maid of honor; bridesmaids included Misses Sheryl and Ruth Heffler, sisters of the bride; Miss Mamie Sampson, Miss Henrietta Robinson, and Misses Charlotte Lipman and Marlene Davidoff, cousins of the bride. The (sic) wore formal gowns of avocado satin and carried bouquets of pink glamclias.
        Dr. Gerald Reed, Chicago, was his brother's best man. Groomsmen were Max and Marvin Heffler, the bride's brothers, Herbert Hochman, Lawrence T. Newman and Steve Choan (sic) cousins of the groom, and Robert Horlander. Ushering were Michael Kelly and Daniel Kann.
        In the houseparty were Misses Beverly Moore, Ellen and Sandra Reichenthal, cousins of the bride, Miss Sherry Miller and Mrs. Harvey Merfish.
        For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Heffler wore a formal gown of hot salmon silk chiffon with jewel trim, and the groom's mother chose a formal gown fashioned with gold chiffon skirt and a jeweled reembroidered lace bodice.
        Following a wedding trip to Mexico City and Acapulco, the couple is making their home at 5454 Braesvalley in Houston. The bride attended the University of Texas and University of Houston and is presently employed with Eastern Airlines. The groom attended the University of Texas where he was affiliated with Alpha Sigma Fraternity. He will receive his B.A. degree from the University of Houston this summer.

1969 Aug 28 (Pg 12 Col 2)

        Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davidoff invite their relatives and friends to the Bat Mitzvah of their daughter, Marlene, on Friday, Sept. 5, 8 p.m., and Saturday, Sept. 6, 10:15 a.m., at Cong. Beth Yeshurun, and to the receptions following both services. Invitations are extended though the press.
        Marlene is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heffler and the late Ruth Heffler, and of Mr. Abraham Davidoff and the late Mary Davidoff.

1969 Sep 4 (Pg 12 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Joachim announce the birth of their son, Scott Michael, on August 9. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. H.M. Joachim and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nagel, great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. M.L. Atlas, all of Houston, and Mrs. Sallie Nagel of Los Angeles, Calif.

1969 Dec 18 (Pg 15 Col 2)

Mrs. Bernice (Tincy) Wilkenfield (sic), 69, 2600 Bellefountaine, died December 15 in a Houston hospital. Lifelong resident of Houston. Survivors: husband, Jesse Wilkenfield; daughter, Mrs. Herbert Tiras; son, J. H. (Buddy) Wilkenfield, all of Houston, three grandchildren. Graveside services held Dec. 16 Beth Yeshurun Cemetery. Dr. Robert I. Kahn and Rabbi William S. Malev officiating. Levy Funeral Directors.

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