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Jewish Herald-Voice Articles (Cont'd)

1970 Jan 15 (Pg 12 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Borger announce the birth of their son, Jason Todd. on January 9. Grandparents are Mr. and Mn. David Borger and Mrs. Dorothy Orer, both of Houston.

1970 Feb 5 (Pg 14 Col 2)

        Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Heffler extend a cordial invitation to relatives and friends to worship with them on the occasion of the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Max Gerald, on Friday, Feb. 13, 8 p.m., and Saturday, Feb. 14, 9 a.m., at the United Orthodox Synagogues. Receptions follow both services.
        Max is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Gerson Wasserman and Mr. and Mrs Mike Heffler and the late Ruth Tiras Heffler.

1970 Mar 12 (Pg 14 Col 2,3)

        Dr. and Mrs. Jules H. Borger extend a cordial invitation to relatives and friends to worship with them on the occasion of the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Howard Edward, on Friday, March 20, 8 p.m., and Saturday, March 21, 10 a.m., at United Orthodox Synagogue. Receptions follow both services.
        Howard is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Friedman and Mr. and Mrs. Max Borger of this city, and great-grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bronstein, Galveston.

1970 Apr 23 (Pg 41 Col 3)
1970 Apr 30 (Pg 14 Col 1,2)

        Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Bob) Tiras cordially invite relatives and friends to the Bar Mitzvah of their sun, Michael Norman, on Friday, May 1, 8 p.m., and Saturday, May 2, 9 a.m., at the United Orthodox Synagogues, and to the receptions following both Services.
        Michael is the grandson of Mrs. Adolf Handler, Houston, and of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bronstein of Galveston, and the late Otto Tiras.

1970 Apr 30 (Pg 11 Col 1,2)

        Mr. and Mrs. Jerry J. Moore announce the engagement of their daughter, Tarona, to Max Paul Murland, son of Mrs. Jerome Robinson and Mr. Jack Murland.
        The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Moore and Mrs. C. A. Bullard. The prospective groom's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Swartzberg and Mrs. Sadie Murland.
        The wedding will take place in June at the United Orthodox

1970 Jun 18 (Pg 10 Col 1,2)

        The marriage of Miss Tarona Moore and Max Paul Murland was solemnized on June 7 at the United Orthodox Synagogues of Houston. Rabbi Raphael Schwartzman and Robert I. Kahn, assisted by Cantor Irving Dean, officiated.
        The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry J. Moore. The groom's parents are Mrs. Jerome Robinson and Jack Murland of Houston.
        Miss Eileen Sheinberg was her maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Misses Ellyne Krakower, Denise DeGaish and the bride's sister, Shelly Moore.
        Irvan Murland was his brother's best man. Groomsmen included Bart Sheinberg, Allan Kamion and the bride's brother, Jeff Moore. The ushers were Gary Moore and Gary Eckheart.
        Following a wedding trip, the couple will make their home in Houston.

1970 Jul 9 (Pg 11 Col 2)

Gerson Wasserman, 88, of 3721 Link Valley, died July 2. Member of United Orthodox Synagogue, Zionist Organization, B'nai B'rith. Survivors: wife, Mrs. Sophie Wasserman; daughters, Mrs. Morris Lipman, Mrs, Joseph Heffler and Mrs. James Traina, all of Houston; brother, Aaron Wasserman, St. Louis, Mo.; eight grandchildren. Funeral services held July 3 Levy Memorial Chapel with Rabbi Marshall Berg officiating. Burial Adath Israel Cemetery.

1970 Jul 23 (Pg 9 Col 4,5)

        Mr. and Mrs. Richard Alterman of 111 Wickford Way, San Antonio, Texas, announce the engagement of their daughter, Aileen Lynn, to Mark B. Tiras, son of Mrs. Eddie Tiras, 5465 Braesvalley, and the late Mr. Tiras. The couple plans a January 10th wedding in Agudas Achim Synagogue, San Antonio.
        The bride-elect is a student at the University of Texas where she is a member of Sigma Delta Tau sorority. The groom is a business administration major at Southwest State University. He is affiliated with Tau Delta Phi fraternity.

1970 Aug 27 (Pg 10 Col 3)

        Gary Scott Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Davis, will be Bar Mitzvah on Friday, Sept. 4, 8 p.m., and Saturday, Sept. 5, 9 a.m. Services will take place at the United Orthodox Synagogues, and receptions will follow both services.
        Gary is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davis, Chicago, Illinois, and of Mr. and Mrs. Dan E. Kahn, formerly of Chicago, but now residing in Houston.

1970 Oct 1 (Pg 106 Col 3,4)

Bernice (Tincy) Wilkenfeld on Sunday, October 4 at 3:45 p.m., at the Beth Yeshurun Cemetery, Post Oak Road.

1970 Nov 5 (Pg 14 Col 2)

        Max Alan Reichenthal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Reichenthal, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Friday, Nov. 6, 8 p.m., and Saturday, Nov. 7, 9 a. m., at the United Orthodox Synagogues. Family and friends are cordially invited to attend the Services which will be followed by receptions.
        Max is the grandson of Mrs. Max Moore, Houston, and the late Mr. Moore, and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reichenthal, New York.

1970 Nov 11 (Pg 15 Col 1)

Frank J. Berwald, 88, of 3818 Dunlavy, died Nov 8. Member of Cong. Beth Yeshurun. Survivors: wife, Mrs. Elsie Berwald, Houston; sister, Mrs. Jennie Davis of Virginia; brother, Charles Berwald, Los Angeles, Calif. Funeral services help Nov. 9 Levy Memorial Chapel, with Rabbi Wm. S. Malev and Cantor Geo. Wagner officiating. Burial Beth Yeshurun Cemetery.

1971 Feb 4 (Pg 11 Col 1,2)

        A honeymoon in Mexico City and Acapulco followed the wedding of Miss Aileen Alterman and Mark B. Tiras in Agudas Achim Synagogue before Rabbi Amram Prero January 10. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Alterman of San Antonio and Mrs. Eddie Tiras of Houston.
        Miss Marsha Alterman served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids included Misses Arlene Sonkin of Ft. Worth, Pam Tiras of Houston, Lynn Zalcberg and Sharon Edmunds of San Antonio.
        Jerry Tiras and Harvey Tiras served as their brother's best men. Groomsmen were David Meyers of Dallas, Paul Phillips and Herb Kalman of Houston and Mark Alterman of San Antonio.
        A reception was held in Oak Hills Country Club. The couple will make their home in Houston.

Stanley Tiras Henig, 62, 507 Majestic, died Jan. 28 in a local hospital. Houston resident 55 years. Member of Congregation Beth Yeshurun, Gus A. Brandt Lodge No. 1296, AF&AM, Veteran of WW II. Survivors: wife, Mrs. Tina Henig, Houston; sisters, Miss Lenore Hoenig, Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs. Elsie Berwald, Mrs. Max Borger, Miss Hadey Tiras, all of Houston. Funeral services Jan. 29 Forest Park Lawndale Funeral Chapel, Dr. Hyman J. Schachtel officiating. Internment Forest Park Lawndale Cemetery.

Mrs. Stella Singer of El Paso, Texas, died there on January 23. She is survived by a daughter, Miss Bleu Singer of Okinawa; a daughter-in-law, Dorothy Borger Singer; and three grandsons, all of Houston. Funeral services and burial were on January 27 at the B'nai Zio Cemetery in El Paso.

1971 Apr 8 (Pg 56 Col 3)

The family of the late Gerson Wasserman asks relatives and friends to attend the unveiling of the tombstone in his memory on Sunday, April 18, at 1:30 p.m., at the Adath Israel Cemetery. Rabbi Raphael Schwartzman and Cantor Irving Dean will officiate.

1971 Apr 15 (Pg 15 Col 2)

The family of the late Gerson Wasserman will dedicate a tombstone in his memory on Sunday, April 18, at 1:30 p.m., at the Adath Israel Cemetery. Rabbi Raphael Schwartzman and Cantor Irving Dean will officiate. Relatives and friends are asked to be present.

1971 May 27 (Pg 13 Col 1)

Charles Palla, 82, died May 19. Member Congregation Beth Yeshurun, Z.O.A. Golden Age Club. Survivors: daughters, Mrs. B. M. Goldfield, Mrs. L. A. Fisher, Mrs. Alex Moore, Miss Sarah Palla, all of Houston; six grandchildren. Funeral services May 20 Levy Memorial Chapel, Rabbi Wm. S. Malev, Rabbi Raphael Schwartzman, Cantor Geo. Wagner, Cantor Irving Dean officiating. Burial Beth Yeshurun Cemetery.

1971 Oct 14 (Pg 10 Col 2)
1971 Oct 21 (Pg 10 Col 1,2)

        Dr. and Mrs. Jules H. Borger cordially invite relatives and friends to the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Alan, on Friday, Oct. 22, 8 p.m., and Saturday, Oct. 23, 9 a.m.., at the United Orthodox Synagogue and to the reception following both services.
        Alan in the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Max Borger and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Friedman, and great-grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bronstein.

        Maury Alan Sklar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sklar, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Friday, Oct. 22, 8:15 p.m., and Saturday, Oct. 23, 10:30 a.m., at Cong. Brith Shalom. Family and friends are cordially invited to attend the services and receptions following.
        Maury is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heffler, Houston, and the late Mannie Silberstein, and Mr. and Mrs. Morse Sklar, Houston; great-grandparents are Mrs. Annie Silberstein, Austin, and Mrs. Bertha Sklar, Houston.

1971 Oct 21 (Pg 10 Col 3)
1971 Oct 28 (Pg 10 Col 1,2)

        Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tiras cordially invite relatives and friends to the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Paul Aaron, on Friday, Oct. 29, 8 p.m., and Saturday, Oct. 30, 9 a.m., at the United Orthodox Synagogue, and to the receptions following both services.
        Paul is the grandson of Mrs. Adolph Handler and the late Otto Tiras and of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bronstein of Galveston.

1971 Dec 23 (Pg 10 Col 2)

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Caplan announce the birth of their son, Phillip (sic), on November 24. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Caplan and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kamion, all of Houston.

1972 Jan 13 (Pg 10 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Caplan announce the birth of their son, Gary Michael, on November 24. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Caplan and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kamion, all of Houston.

1972 Jan 27 (Pg 10 Col 1)
1972 Feb 3 (Pg 10 Col 1)

        Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tiras announce the Bat Mitzvah of their daughter, Pamela Joyce, on Friday, Feb. 4, 8 p.m., and Sat., Feb 5, 10:15 a.m., at Cong. Beth Yeshurun. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Rose K. Tiras and the late Eddie Tiras of Houston, and of Mrs. Lillian Caplan and Mr. Albert Kalmin or Dallas.
        Friends and relatives are cordially invited to attend the Bat Mitzvah and the reception following both services.

1972 Mar 30 (Pg 61 Col 4,5)

        Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Reichenthal announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Sandra Joyce, to Myron Howard Friedman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Friedman of El Paso, Texas. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Max Moore of this city.
        The prospective bride will receive a B.A. in sociology from the University of Texas in August. She has been elected to Phi Beta Kappa. Her fiance is a graduate of the same University, and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He is presently working in a Doctoral program and will receive his Master's in the field of educational psychology in August.
        The wedding will be an event of May 28th.

1972 Mar 30 (Pg 62 Col 2,3)
1972 Apr 6 (Pg 15 Col 2)

The children of the late Charles Palla asks relatives and friends to be present at the unveiling of the stone in his memory on Sunday, April 9, at 11:15 a.m., at Beth Yeshurun Cemetery, Post Oak and Katy Road.

1972 Apr 27 (Pg 15 Col 4)

The family of the late Frank J. Berwald asks relatives and friends to be present at the unveiling of the tombstone in his memory on Sunday, April 30, at 12 noon, at the Beth Yeshurun Cemetery, Allen Parkway.

1972 Jun 22 (Pg 10 Col 4,5)

        Miss Sandra Joyce Reichenthal and Myron Howard Friedman were united in marriage May 28 in a candlelight ceremony in the Grand Ballroom of the Marriott Hotel. A seated dinner and dancing followed the ceremony. Rabbi Louis Feigon and Cantor Irving Dean officiated.
        The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Reichenthal, and the granddaughter of Mrs. Max Moore. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Friedman of El Paso, Texas.
        For her wedding the bride chose white silk organza and Venice lace of roses, daisies and stephanotis. The gown, designed and custom-made for her, featured a sculptured bodice of Venice lace fashioned in a portrait neckline. The A-line skirt curved into a circular train of cathedral length and was edged with matching lace. Her bouffant veil, designed especially for her, was a coif of miniature white flowers holding tiers of silk illusion.
        Maid of honor was Miss Ellen Reichenthal, sister of the bride. Matron of honor was Mrs. Charles Friedman, Miami Beach, Fla., sister-in-law of the groom. Bridesmaids were Beverly Moore, cousin of the bride, Gayle Schnurr, Debbie Cotlar and Miss Anne Schwartz of El Paso. The flower-girl was Myra Clark, cousin of the groom.
        The bride's attendants wore cotton voille gowns in lime green, and carried bouquets of yellow and coral rosebuds with matching garlands of flowers in their hair. The flower-girl carried a basket of the flowers.
        For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Reichenthal chose a designer gown of sheer silk organza in a green floral print, and the groom's mother wore a designer gown of turquoise crepe with jeweled trim on neckline and sleeves.
        Members of the houseparty included Miss Myra Moore and Miss Terry Moore, cousins of the bride and Miss Elyssa Schnurr.
        Charles Friedman, Miami Beach, brother of the groom, was best man. Groomsmen were Max Reichenthal, brother of the bride; Marvin Traxler, Dallas; Al Sklar, Shreveport, La.; Steven Saka and Abraham Levit, both of San Antonio. Ushers were Steven Moore, Michael Moore, Gary Moore and Ronald Moore, all cousins of the bride, and Alvin Clark, the groom's cousin.
        Following a brief honeymoon, the couple will reside in Austin, where the groom will receive a master's degree in Educational Psychology from the University of Texas in August. The bride will receive a degree in Sociology from the University of Texas in the fall.

1972 Aug 24 (Pg 10 Col 3)

        Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Tiras welcome friends and relatives to worship with them at the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Alan, at Cong. Beth Yeshurun on Friday, Sept. 1, at 8 p.m., and Saturday, Sept. 2, at 10:15 a.m.
        Alan's grandparents are Mrs. Eddie Tiras and the late Eddie Tiras of Houston, and Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Moran and the late Elsie Moran of Tulsa Oklahoma.

1972 Sep 21 (Pg 15 Col 1)

Miss Hadey Tiras, 80, of 3818 Dunlavy, died Sept. 14. Member of Cong. Beth Yeshurun. Retired after 25 years with Houston Post. Survivors: sisters, Mrs. Frank J. Berwald, Houston, Mrs. Max Borger, nieces and nephews. Graveside services Sept. 15. Beth Yeshurun Cemetery, Rabbi William Malev officiating. Levy Funeral Directors.

1973 Jan 18 (Pg 10 Col 1)

Mr. and Mrs. Morris H. Lipman announce the engagement of their daughter, Charlotte Arlene, to Yosef Keren-Zvi of Israel. A March 11th wedding is planned.

1973 Feb 22 (Pg 15 Col 2)

The family of the late Harry Juran asks family and friends to be present at the unveiling of the tombstone in his memory on Sunday, March 4, 11 a.m., at the Adath Emeth Cemetery.

1973 Mar 29 (Pg 10 Col 3,4)

        Susan Ilene Joachim, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Harold S. Joachim, and Jeanne Allison Shoss, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Shoss, will observe their Bat Mitzvah on Friday, April 6, 8 p.m. and Saturday, April 7, 10:15 a.m. at Cong. Beth Yeshurun.
        Susan is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dombrow of Bay City and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Joachim of Houston and the late Mrs. Nora Joachim.
        Jeanne is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Shoss of Houston and the late Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Gelman.
        Family and friends are cordially invited to worship with them on this occasion and to join them at the reception following both services.

1973 Apr 5 (Pg 19 Col 1)

Max Borger, 75, of 3910 Dunlavy, died March 30. Member of Congregation Beth Yeshurun. Survived by wife, Mrs. May Borger; daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Singer, Mrs. Charlotte Abramson; son, Dr. Jules H. Borger; brothers, William Borger, David H. Borger, all of Houston; 10 grandchildren. Funeral services held April 1, Levy Funeral Chapel, with Rabbi William Malev, Rabbi Kenneth Hain, Cantor George Wagner and Cantor Irving Dean officiating. Interment Beth Yeshurun Cemetery.

1973 Apr 26 (Pg 11 Col 2)

        Mr. and Mrs. R. J. (Buddy) Silberman would be honored to have their relatives and friends worship with them on the occasion of the Bat Mitzvah of their daughter, Laurie Beth, on Friday, May 4, 8:15 p.m., and Saturday, May 5, 10:30 a.m., at Cong. Brith Shalom. Receptions will follow the services.
        Laurie is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heffler, Houston, and the late Mannie Silberstein, and Mrs. Rose Silberman, Houston, and the late C. H. Silberman. Greatgrandmother is Mrs. Louis Silberstein, Austin.

1973 May 3 (Pg 12 Col 4,5)

        Miss Charlotte Arlene Lipman became the bride of Yosef Keren-Zvi in a candlelight, double ring ceremony performed by Rabbi Kenneth N. Hain and Rabbi Norris Josephy at United Orthodox Synagogues on March 11th. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris H. Lipman of Houston, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Zvi Hershhoren of Israel. Following the ceremony, a Buffet dinner was held in the Silverman Hall.
        Given in marriage by her parents, the bride chose a designer gown of white silk organza in a Victorian silhouette with a highring neckline of lace. The empress bodice of pin tucks was accented by insertions of lace. A soft panel of organza formed a circular train of court length. An illusion veil bordered by lace swept over the back of the gown and train. The bride carried a bouquet of white roses.
        Miss Linda Rosenfield was the maid of honor and Mrs. Norman Peters, the bride's sister, was the matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Howard Fireman, Miss Sheryl Heffler, Miss Ruth Heffler and Mrs. Jeff Burck, all cousins of the bride. They wore formal gowns of aqua Chara Crepe. The fitted bodices featured collar and cuff detail of white crepe, and Renaissance lace. The bridemaids carried bouquets of purple orchids.
        Meyer Brown, of Israel, was the groom's best man and the groomsmen were Mark Lipman, brother of the bride, Howard Fireman, Steven Moore, Michael Moore, cousins of the bride, and Gary Morris. Ushering were Dr. Norman Peters, brother-in-law of the bride, Gideon Spitzer and Yacov Zabar, of Israel.
        For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Lipman wore a floor length designer gown in Old Rose French Georgette with a V-neckline, long sleeves and puffed ruffles at hem and sleeves.
        The couple honeymooned in Mexico. When they complete their studies at the University of Houston, they will make their home in Israel. The groom, an electrical engineering student at the university of Houston, is employed by Delta Exploration Company.

1973 Sep 6 (Pg 9 Col 5)

        Jerald Louis Sklar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sklar, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Friday, Sept. 14, 8:15 p.m., and Saturday, Sept. 15, 10:15 a.m., at Cong. Brith Shalom. Family and friends are cordially invited to attend and partake in the service and receptions following.
        Jerald is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heffler, Houston, and the late Mannie Silberstein, and Mr. and Mrs. Morse Sklar, Houston, and great-grandson of Mrs. Annie Silberstein, Austin, and Mrs. Bertha Sklar, Houston.

1973 Oct 11 (Pg 9 Col 1,2)

        Mr. and Mrs. Abe Silverman of Longview, Texas announce the engagement of their daughter, Lana Sheryl, to Mr. Stephen Laurence Royal, son of Mrs. Louis Royal of Cincinnati, Ohio and the late Mr. Royal.
        Miss Silverman is a graduate of the University of Texas with a Bachelor of Science degree in Education. She is presently employed at Foley's of Houston.
        Mr. Royal received his Master's degree in Hospital Administration from Xavier University in Cincinnati, and is employed by St. Luke's Episcopal and Texas Children's Hospitals in Houston.
        The wedding will take place in Houston on January 27, 1974.

1973 Nov 1 (Pg 10 Col 2)

        Mr. and Mrs. Morris H. Lipman cordially invite their relatives and friends to worship with them on the occasion of the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Mark Israel, on Friday, Nov. 9, 8 p.m., at the United Orthodox Synagogues and to the receptions following both services
        Mark is the grandson of Mrs. Gerson Wasserman and the late Mr. Wasserman and of Mrs. Harry Lipman of Memphis, Tenn., and the late Mr. Lipman.

1973 Dec 13 (Pg 12 Col 1,2)

        Mr. and Mrs. Richard Levy announce the engagement of their daughter Alisa to Maurice Davidoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davidoff.
        Miss Levy's maternal grandparents are Mrs. Anna Marmorstein of Miami Beach, Florida and the late Mr. Jack Marmorstein. Her paternal grandparents are Mr. Murray Levy and the late Mrs. Shirley Levy. Mr. Davidoff is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heffler and the late Mrs. Ruth Heffler, and Mr. Abraham Davidoff and the late Mrs. Mary Davidoff.
        The engaged couple attend the University of Texas in Austin.
        An April 21st wedding is planned.

1974 Jan 24 (Pg 11 Col 3)

        Ronald D. Laufman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin D. Kaplan and the late William R. Laufman, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Friday, Feb 1, 8:15 p.m., and Saturday, Feb. 2, 11 a.m., at Cong. Beth Israel.
        Ronnie is the grandson of Mrs. Henry Tiras and the late Mr. Tiras, and of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Laufman and Mrs. Henry Kaplan and the late Mr. Kaplan.
        Mr. and Mrs. Kaplan will honor their son with a reception on Friday night and a luncheon on Saturday after services. Friends and relatives are cordially invited to attend. Invitations are issues only thru the press.

1974 Feb 21 (Pg 11 Col 4)

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fireman (nee Marilyn Heffler) announce the birth of their daughter, Jennifer Rebecca, on February 4. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Heffler and Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Fireman; great-grandparents are Mrs. Sophie Wasserman and the late Gerson Wasserman, and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heffler and the late Ruth Tiras Heffler.

1974 Mar 7 (Pg 10 Col 3)

        Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davidoff extend a cordial invitation to relatives and friends to worship with them on the occasion of the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Steven, on Friday, March 15, at 8 p.m., and Saturday, March 16, at 10:15 a.m. at Cong. Beth Yeshurun. Receptions will follow both services.
        Steven is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heffler and the late Mrs. Ruth Heffler, and of Mr. Abraham Davidoff and the late Mrs. Mary Davidoff.
        Invitations are extended through the press.

1974 Mar 14 (Pg 10 Col 1,2)

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Munson, Sr. of Halletsville, Texas, announce the marriage of their daughter, Mia Evans, to Harry P. Moore, both of Houston. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Moore of 4155 South Braeswood Boulevard.

1974 Mar 14 (Pg 23 Col 1)

The family of the late Max Borger asks relatives and friends to be present at the unveiling of the tombstone in his memory on Sunday, March 24, at 1:30 p.m., at the Beth Yeshurun Cemetery, Allen Parkway. Rabbi Jack Segal and Cantor George Wagner will officiate.

The family of the late Hadey Tiras asks relatives and friends to be present at the unveiling of the tombstone in her memory on Sunday, March 24, at 1:30 p.m., at the Beth Yeshurun Cemetery, Allen Parkway. Rabbi Jack Segal and Cantor George Wagner will officiate.

1974 Jun 6 (Pg 11 Col 1-3)

        Miss Alisa Levy became the bride of Maurice Jay Davidoff on Sunday, April 21. The ceremony was held at the Houston Oaks Hotel, performed by Rabbi Kenneth Hain, Rabbi Jack Segal and Cantor Irving Dean. A seated dinner and dancing followed in the Grand Ballroom of the Houston Oaks.
        The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Levy and the granddaughter of Mrs.Jack Marmorstein and the late Mr. Jack Marmorstein of Miami Beach, Fla., and of Murray Levy and the late Shirley Levy of Houston. The groom is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heffler and the late Ruth Heffler and of Mr. Abraham Davidoff and the late Mary Davidoff.
        Given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a designer gown of Alencon lace and white silk organza. The high lace-trimmed neckline and bishop sleeves were enhanced with the lace, and the A-line skirt cascaded to full chapel length. Her Juliet cap was edged in matching lace and seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of white orchids and yellow roses.
        Miss Ellen Levy served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids included Misses Mindy Roberts, Linda Kahn, Sandy Silverman, Janet Farb, Marlene Davidoff and Rhonda Kligman. They wore coral silk organza gowns and picture hats with white satin ribbons. Miss Gena Krasoff, cousin of the bride, was flower girl. She wore a white organza gown with embroidered pastel flowers and carried a bouquet of spring flowers.
        Randy Davidoff was best man. Groomsmen were Steven Davidoff, Randy Levy, Marc Levy, Doug Franklin, Dan Singer and Ricky Kamins. Ushering were Bruce Miller, Michael Shapiro and David Joachim.
        Members of the houseparty included Miss Shelley Sandler, Miss Helene Cohen and Mrs. Jim Caris.
        For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Levy wore a designer caftan of yellow chiffon with seed pearls at the neckline and sleeves, and the groom's mother wore a designer dress of turquoise chiffon with a jeweled bodice and sleeves.
        The couple attended the University of Texas. Following a wedding trip to Hawaii and Las Vegas, they now reside in Houston.

1974 Aug 1 (Pg 11 Col 1-3)

        Miss Joyce Yvette Abramson and Dr. Steven Fadem were married in a double ring candlelight ceremony on Sunday, June 23, at Congregation Beth Yeshurun with Rabbi Jack Segal and Cantor George Wagner officiating.
        The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Abramson of this city and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fadem of Tulsa, Oklahoma. The bride is the granddaughter of Mrs. Max Borger and the late Mr. Borger, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Haskel Abramson all of this city. The groom's grandparents were the late Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Tublin of Falls River, Mass., and the late Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fadem of Tulsa.
        A cocktail reception in the Continental Ballroom and seated dinner dance at the Shamrock Hilton followed the ceremony.
        Mr. Abramson gave his daughter in marriage. She wore an heirloom gown of ivory 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 beaded with pearls and sequins. She carried a bouquet of roses, stephanotis and lily of the valley.
        Mrs. Leonard Lebow was her sister's matron of honor. the bridesmaids were Mrs. Bruce Fadem of Tulsa, Miss Louise Donahue of San Antonio, Miss Keren Blumenthal, Miss Lynda Greenberg, Miss Betsy Cohen all of this city. They wore formal gowns of dotted swiss organza in shade of pink and lilac.
        Mr. Fadem was his son's best man. Groomsmen were Lloyd Fadem and Bruce Fadem, twin brothers of the groom, Ronny Abramson, brother of the bride, Leonard Lebow, and Dr. Keith Aldinger.
        In the houseparty were Miss Jill Aronowitz, Miss Erica Littman and Miss Norma Tawil of San Antonio.
        After a wedding trip to Mexico City an Puerta Vallera (sic), the couple will reside in Houston where Dr. Fadem is completing his residency at the University of Texas Medical School.

1974 Aug 8 (Pg 13 Col 1,2)

        Mr. and Mrs. Harold Steinberg of Kansas City, Missouri, announce the engagement of their daughter, Tamara Sue, to Joseph David Tiras, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tiras of Kansas City and formerly of Houston.
        The prospective bride is the granddaughter of Mrs. Mary Berkson of Kansas City and the late Mr. Berkson. Her fiance is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bronstein of Houston and Mrs. Adolf Handler and the late Otto Tiras.
        A May 25th, 1975, wedding is planned at Temple Bnai Jehuda in Kansas City.

1974 Oct 17 (Pg 14 Col 3)

        Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Heffler cordially invite their relatives and friends to worship with them on the occasion of the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Marvin Alan, on Friday, Oct. 25, 8 p.m., and Saturday, Oct. 26, at 9 a.m., at the United Orthodox Synagogues and to the receptions following both services.
        Marvin is the grandson of Mrs. Sophie Wasserman and the late Gerson Wasserman and of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heffler and the late Ruth Tiras Heffler.

1974 Nov 14 (Pg 17 Col 3)

Charlotte and Yosef Keren-Zvi, now of Houston, announce the birth of their daughter, Yamite Eris, on October 30. Maternal grandparents are Winnie and Moe Lipman of Houston; paternal grandparents are Hana and Zvi Hershhoren of Nazareth-Elit, Israel. Great-grandmother is Mrs. Sophie Wasserman of Houston.

1974 Dec 5 (Pg 17 Col 4,5)

        Mr. and Mrs. Jerry J. Moore announce the engagement of their daughter, Esther Rochelle (Shelly) Moore to Barry Sanford Zieben, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Zieben.
        Miss Moore is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hymie Moore, Mrs. C. A. Bullard and the late C. A. Bullard. Barry is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Melnick, Mrs. William Zieben and the late Lillian Zieben.
        A March wedding is planned.

1975 Apr 2 (Pg 13 Col 2)
1975 Apr 9 (Pg 17 Col 4)

        Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Tiras cordially invite relatives and friends to the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Scott Bradley, on Friday, April 11 at 8 p.m. and Saturday, April 12 at 10:15 a.m. at Congregation Beth Yeshurun. Receptions will follow both services.
        Scott is the grandson of Rose K. Tiras of Houston and Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Moran of Tulsa, Oklahoma.

1975 Apr 9 (Pg 17 Col 3)

        Neil David Joachim, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Joachim, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Friday, April 18, 8:15 p.m., and Saturday, April 19, 11 a.m., at Cong. Emanu El. Family and friends are cordially invited to attend.
        Neil is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Joachim of Houston, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nagel of Las Vegas, Nevada, and the great-grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Atlas of Houston and Mrs. Sally Nagel of Los Angeles, California.

1975 Apr 30 (Pg 17 Col 4,5)

        Mr. and Mrs. Jerry J. Moore announce the marriage of their daughter, Esther Rochelle (Shelly) to Barry S. Zieben, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Zieben. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Melnick and Mr. William Zieben and the late Lillian Zieben. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hymie Moore and Mrs. C. A. Bullard and the late C. A. Bullard of Jackson, Mississippi.
        The ceremony took place at the Shamrock Hilton, Sunday evening, March 16. The bride, given in marriage by her father, chose a gown of needlepoint lace and embroidered organza in classic ivory. The lace and bridal pearl sculptured bodice featured a high lace collar, sheer needlepoint yoke and shepherdess sleeves. Rows of lace bordered the skirt and swept to a train of court length. A mantilla of ivory alencon lace draped over her shoulders to fingertip length.
        Mrs. Max Murland was her sister's matron of honor. Other attendants were Miss Joan Lempert, Miss Claudia Lampol, Mrs. Richard Pursely, all of Houston, Miss Eilene Sheinberg of Austin and Miss Kathy Kaplan of California. they were gowned alike in apricot chiffon. their head pieces were tiaras of pearls with small tiers of apricot illusion.
        Mr. Zieben was his son's best man. Groomsmen were his brothers, Perry and Mark Zieben, Jeffrey Moore, brother of the bride and Howard and Jeff Pollicoff, cousins of the groom.
        Ushering were Mike Fountain, Stanley Streusand, Robert Kaufman, Allan Cohn, and Jay Pink of Dallas, cousin of the groom, and Max Murland, brother-in-law of the bride. Ring bearer was Michael Melnick, cousin of the groom.
        Others in the wedding party were Marla Melnick, Barbra Zucker of Houston and Jamie Pink of Dallas, cousins of the groom.

1975 Jun 4 (Pg 27 Col 3)

Albert Kalmin, nationally renowned furrier, passed away in Dallas May 24 after a long illness. He is survived by his wife, Madyne Kalmin; a son, Jack Kalmin, both of Dallas; a daughter, Mrs. Harvey (Lynne) Tiras; and sons, Jerry Kalmin, Barry Kalmin and Lane Kalmin, all of Houston; and eleven grandchildren.

1975 Jun 4 (Pg 27 Col 3)
1975 Jun 11 (Pg 16 Col 3)

        Mr. and Mrs. Sidney E. Tiras cordially invite relatives and friends to celebrate the Bat Mitzvah of their daughter, Yvonne Eve, on Friday, June 13, at 8 p.m., and Saturday, June 14, at 10:15 a.m., at Cong. Beth Yeshurun. Receptions will follow both services.
        Yvonne is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Merson and of Mrs. Rose Tiras and the late Sam L. Tiras.

1975 Jun 25 (Pg 13 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Myron Friedman announce the birth of a son in Ashkelon, Israel, on June 19. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Reichenthal of Houston and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Friedman of El Paso; great-grandmother is Mrs. Max Moore of Houston.

1975 Jun 25 (Pg 13 Col 4,5)

Dr. and Mrs. Harold Joachim and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Dombrow are proud to announce the Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dombrow of Bay City, Texas, on June 30, 1975. Mr. and Mrs Dombrow have six grandchildren.

1975 Jul 16 (Pg 16 Col 1,2)

        Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Steinberg of Prairie Village, Kansas City, Missouri, and Mrs. Robert Tiras of Kansas City, formerly of Houston, announce the marriage of their children, Tamara Sue Steinberg and Joseph David Tiras, on May 25, 1975 at Temple B'nai Jehuda in Kansas City. Rabbi William B. Silverman, assisted by Cantor Robert Miller, officiated at the double ring ceremony.
        The bride's grandparents are Mrs. Mary Berkson and the late Harry Berkson and Mrs. Bertha Fishman and the late Hy Fishman of Kansas City. The groom's grandparents are Mrs. Adolf Handler and the late Otto Tiras and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bronstein of Houston.
        Bridal attendants were Miss Sharon Borger of Houston, Mrs. Bryna Stryker of Chicago, Miss Pam Kupin, Miss Barbie Baellow, and Mrs. Nancy Reichman, all of Kansas City.
        Groomsmen were Larry Wolfson of Houston, Paul Tiras and Michael Tiras, the groom's brothers, Roger Seff of Sioux City and Gary Ragoff of Kansas City.
        The couple is making their home in Overland Park, Kansas.

1975 Aug 13 (Pg 15 Col 4,5)

        Mr. and Mrs. Gunther R. Seligman, 4514 Nenana Drive, are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter Michele Anita, to Donald Borger Singer, son of Mrs. Lipman M. Singer and the late Lipman M. Singer and the late Julian H. Levy.
        The prospective bride is the granddaughter of the late Mrs. Abe Slutzker and the late Leo Schneller, and Mrs. Eugene Light of Capetown, South Africa and the late Arnold Seligman.
        Her fiance is the grandson of Mrs. Max Borger and the late Mr. Borger and the late Mr. and Mrs. Jacob S. Singer.
        Miss Seligman received her Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education from the University of Texas, where she was a member of Sigma Delta Tau Sorority. She is presently employed by the Houston Independent School District as a Special Education Teacher.
        Mr. Singer is a Vietnam War veteran. He is currently attending the University of Houston where he is studying Electronics at the School of Technology.
        A June wedding is planned.

1975 Oct 29 (Pg 16 Col 3)

        Craig Tiras, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tiras, will celebrate his bar Mitzvah on Friday, Nov. 7 at 8 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 8 at 10:15 a.m. at Cong. Beth Yeshurun.
        Craig is the grandson of Mrs. Lil Coplan and Mrs. Rose K. Tiras and the late Eddie Tiras of Houston and the late Albert Kalmin of Dallas.
        Friends and relatives are cordially invited to attend the Bar Mitzvah and the receptions following both services.

1976 Feb 12 (Pg 17 Col 4,5)

        Dr. and Mrs. Jules H. Borger announce the engagement of their daughter, Sharon Renee, to Eddie Grosman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Grosman. the prospective bride attended University of Texas in Austin, and is currently a student at University of Texas School of Nursing, in Houston. She was a member of Sigma Delta Tau Sorority, in Austin.
        Her fiance attended the University of Houston. The prospective bride is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Friedman and Mrs. Max Borger, and the great-granddaughter of Mrs. Paul Bronstein, all of Houston. Mr. Grosman is the grandson of Mrs. I. Gelfand of Shreveport, La. A May 30 wedding is planned.

1976 Feb 26 (Pg 24 Col 4)

        Lisa Kay Joachim, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Harold S. Joachim, will be Bat Mitzvah on Friday, March 5, at 8 p.m., and Saturday, March 6, at 10:15 a.m., at Cong. Beth Yeshurun.
        Lisa and her family cordially invite their relatives and friends to join them in worship on this joyous occasion and to the reception following both services.
        Lisa is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dombrow of Bay City, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Joachim and the late Mrs. Nora Joachim of Houston.

1976 Mar 4 (Pg 35 Col 1)

Mrs. Rose Seligman, 76, of 3826 Merrick, died Feb. 26. Member of Cong. Beth Yeshurun, City of Hope and Sisterhood of Beth Yeshurun. Survivors: husband, Sam Seligman; sister, Mrs. Sadie Levitin, both of Houston; nieces, Mrs. Irvin Kaplan, Mrs. M. D. Brand, Mrs. Jack Farbstein; nephews, Harvey Tiras, Jerry Tiras, Mark Tiras, all of Houston. Graveside services held Feb. 27 Beth Yeshurun Cemetery with Rabbi Jack Segal officiating. Levy Funeral Directors.

1976 Jun 24 (Pg 18 Col 1,2)

        Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Smith of San Antonio, Texas announce the engagement of their daughter Linda Nan, to Ronald David Abramson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Abramson of this city.
        The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. lsadore Fonarow of San Antonio, and the late Mrs. Ruby Polishuk, and the late Mr. Henry Lewis Smith of Dallas. Her fiance is the grandson of Mrs. Max Borger, and the late Mr. Max Borger, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Haskel Abramson of this city.
        Miss Smith is attending the University of Texas and will graduate in July with a degree in Art Education. She is affiliated with Alpha Lpsilon Phi. Mr. Abramson graduated in May from the University of Texas School of Business.
        A late summer wedding is planned.

1976 Jul 8 (Pg 16 Col 4)

        Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Caplan and Gary Michael, formerly of Houston, now residing in Fort Worth, announce the arrival of their son and brother, Jared Brandon on June 11.
        Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Caplan and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kamion of Houston.

1976 Jul 8 (Pg 18 Col 1,2)

        Sharon Renee Borger, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Jules H. Borger, and Eddie Grosman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Grosman, were married May 30, at United Orthodox Synagogue. A dinner dance followed the ceremony at the Grand Ballroom of the Hyatt Regency Hotel.
        Given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a gown of white Venice lace lavishly appliqued on white silk organza, designed by Priscilla. The empress style gown was fashioned with short sleeves and a bodice of exquisite lace, extending up to a round yoke and wedding ring collar with a court train. To complete her gown, the bride chose a camelot headpiece with a lace mantilla to match. The veil was edged with white Venice lace, which fell softly to finger tip length.
        Miss Lois Borger, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Mr. Grosman, served his son as best man. Bridesmaids were Miss Abby Cook, Ms. Leenie Caress, Miss Marlene Davidoff, Mrs. Gail Grosman, all of Houston; and Pam Kopin, of Kansas City. They were dressed in melon matte jersey gowns. Groomsmen were Jerry Grosman, Mark Steinberg, Howard Borger, Alan Borger, Josh Wallach, all of Houston; and Mr. Ronald Wuntch of San Francisco, Calif.
        Members of the houseparty included Miss Adrienne Cohen, Miss Lori Friedman, and Miss Karen Friedman.
        Following a wedding trip to San Francisco and Las Vegas, the couple are residing in Houston.

1976 Jul 29 (Pg 27 Col 1)

Mrs. Tauba Efromowicz, 6425 Chimney Rock passed away July 25. Member of United Orthodox Synagogue. Surviving: sisters, Mrs. Florence Moore, Mrs. Sophie Wasserman, Mrs. Rose Sklar; brother, Hymie Moore, all of Houston; nieces and nephews. Graveside services and burial July 26 Adath Israel Cemetery, with Cantor Irving Dean officiating. Levy Funeral Directors.

1976 Aug 26 (Pg 16 Col 1-3)

        Miss Michele Anita Seligman became the bride of Donald Borger Singer in a double ring, candlelight ceremony on June 20 at the Greenfield Chapel of Congregation Beth Yeshurun. The marriage was solemnized by Rabbi Jack Segal and Cantor George Wagner. A reception and dinner dance followed the ceremony at the Emerald Room in the Shamrock Hilton Hotel.
        The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gunther Seligman and the granddaughter of Mrs. Toni Light of Capetown, South Africa. The groom is the son of Mrs. Lipman Singer and the late Mr. Lipman Singer and the grandson of Mrs. Max Borger.
        Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an heirloom gown of snowy white organza. A banded victorian collar accented the fitted bodice which was completely adorned by the lace pattern. The full circular skirt fell from a natural waistline to slipper length and was etched at the hemline with wide detailing of the lace design. For her headdress the bride chose a cathedral length mantilla of silk illusion and reembroidered alencon lace which flowed from a camelot cap covered in flower motifs. She carried a bouquet of white roses, stephanotis and baby's breath.
        Serving as maid of honor was Miss Arlene Abramson. Bridesmaids were Miss Joan Feder of Houston, Miss Sally Abowitz of Atlanta, Georgia, Mrs. Nathan Shapiro of Amarillo, Texas, cousin of the bride, and Miss Debbie Seligman of Palatine, Illinois, niece of the bride. Marci Seligman, niece of the bride, was flower girl. For her attendants, the bride selected matching gowns of organza over taffeta in a swirling pattern of watercolors including apricot, ivory and coffee beige, designed in a halter effect with matching capelets. They carried nosegays of roses and white daises with clusters of roses and baby breath in their hair.
        Best man was Sam Abramson, uncle of the groom. Groomsmen were Larry and Jerry Singer, brothers of the groom, Ronald Abramson, cousin of the groom and Randy Abramson, all of Houston. Ushering were Howard Singer, cousin of the groom, Larry Seligman, nephew of the bride, Bobby Abramson and Dennis Murland.
        Members of the houseparty were Mrs. Les Seligman of Palatine, Illinois, sister-in-law of the bride and Miss Renee Mayer of Houston.
        The mother of the bride chose a silk gown in lemon and rust colors with gold leaf embossing. The groom's mother wore a dusty pink chiffon dress.
        Following a wedding trip to Acapulco and Mexico City, Mr. and Mrs. Singer are making their home in Houston.

1976 Sep 9 (Pg 31 Col 2)

Mrs. Rose M. Sklar, 66, passed away Sept. 3. Member of United Orthodox Synagogues and the Sisterhood, Mizrachi. Surviving: husband, Morse Sklar; son, Fred Sklar; sisters, Mrs. Florence Moore, Mrs. Sophie Wasserman; brother, Hymie Moore, all of Houston; four grandchildren. Graveside services and burial Sept. 5 Adath Israel Cemetery with Rabbi Joseph Radinsky officiating. Levy Funeral Directors.

1976 Nov 4 (Pg 18 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Davidoff happily announce the birth of their daughter, Staci Michelle, on October 24. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Levy and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davidoff, all of Houston. Great-grandparents are Mrs. Jack Marmorstein and the late Jack Marmorstein of Miami Beach, Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Levy of Scotsdale, Arizona and the late Mrs. Shirley Levy of Houston, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heffler and the late Mrs. Ruth Heffler, mr. (sic) Abraham Davidoff and the late Mrs. Mary Davidoff, all of Houston.

1976 Dec 2 (Pg 19 Col 4)

Terri and Max Murland announce the birth of their daughter, Schana Elice, on November 5, weighing in a 6 lb. 5 1/2 ox. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jerry J. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Robinson, and Mr. Jack Murland. Schana is boastfully blessed with great-grandparents: Mr. and Mrs. Hymie Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Swartzberg, Mrs. Sadie Murland and Mrs. A. C. Bullard. Godparents are Mr. and Mrs. Morris H. Sheinberg.

1976 Jan 13 (Pg 27 Col 3)

The family of the late Selma Hochstein asks relatives and friends to be present at the unveiling of the tombstone in her memory on Sunday, January 23 at 2 p.m., at the Beth Yeshurun Cemetery, Allen Parkway.

1976 Feb 17 (Pg 17 Col 1,2)

        Mr. and Mrs. Allyn Goldner of Memphis, Tennessee, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Farber of Houston announce the marriage of their children, Judy Marie and Marvin Paul. The ceremony was held on December 23, 1976. Rabbi James L. Kessler of Galveston officiated.
        The bride received her Bachelor of Science degree from Memphis State University in education, and taught for two years in the Houston Independent School District. She has now earned her degree as a chiropractic assistant from the Parker Chiropractic Research Foundation, and at present is working with her husband in their chiropractic clinic.
        Dr. Farber received his B.A. degree in psychology from the University of Texas. He received a fellowship to do his Master of Arts degree in clinical pyschology (sic) from the University of Missouri. Dr. Farber was a practicing clinical pyschologist (sic) for three years while he pursued his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Cleveland Chiropractic College in Kansas City, Missouri.
        At the present time, Dr. Farber is a member of the American Chiropractic Association and the Texas Chiropractic Association. He is a licensed chiropractor and physiotherapist and operates his own clinic, the Healing Arts Chiropractic Clinic in Southwest Houston, on Fondren and Richmond.
        The couple will reside in their new home in Houston.

1977 Feb 17 (Pg 19 Col 3)

        Samuel Louis Tiras, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Tiras, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Friday, Feb. 25 at 8 p.m., and Saturday, Feb. 26 at 10 a.m., at Cong. Beth Yeshurun.
        Family and friends are cordially invited to worship with them and attend the receptions following both services.
        Samuel is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Merson and Mrs. Rose Tiras and the late Samuel Louis Tiras.

1977 Jul 14 (Pg 26 Col 4)

The family of Tauba Efromowicz requests relatives and friends to attend the unveiling of a tombstone in her loving memory. This will take place at the Adath Israel Cemetery, Airline Road, on Sunday, July 24 at 10:45 a.m. with Rabbi Joseph Radinsky officiating.

The family of Rose Sklar requests relatives and friends to be present at the unveiling of a tombstone in her loving memory, on Sunday, July 24 at 10:30 a.m., at the Adath Israel Cemetery, Airline Road, with Rabbi Joseph Radinksy officiating.

1977 Sep 15 (Pg 15 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lebow and Melissa proudly announce the birth of their son and brother, Richard Lindsey, on August 23. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Abramson and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lebow; great-grandmother is Mrs. Max Borger, all of Houston.

1977 Oct 6 (Pg 34 Col 4)

Murry Chess, 64, died Sept. 27 in Beaumont. member of Temple Beth Israel, B'nai B'rith and Zionist Organization. Survived by: wife, Mrs. Rosalind Chess of Houston; mother, Mrs. Fannie Heffler of New York City; sons, Larry Chess, Mervin Chess, and Joel Chess, all of Houston; brothers, Eugene Chess and Melton Chess, both of New York City; two grandchildren. Funeral services held Sept. 30 in the Beth Israel Chapel with Rabbi Robert L. Rozenberg officiating. Interment in Beth Israel Section of Woodland Cemetery. Levy Funeral Directors.

1977 Oct 27 (Pg 18 Col 1,2)

        Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Cindy Lynn, to Ronald Brien Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Moore.
        The prospective bride plans to continue her education and major in dental hygiene. Her fiance is associated with Texas Iron and Metal Co.
        The wedding is planned for February 26, 1978 at Temple Emanu El, followed by a seated dinner at the Warwick.

1977 Nov 10 (Pg 17 Col 4)

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Tiras and Staci of San Antonio are proud to announce the birth of their son and brother, Evan Neil, on November 1. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Alterman of San Antonio and Mrs. Eddie Tiras of Houston. Great-grandmother is Mrs. Nathan Alterman of San Antonio.

1977 Nov 10 (Pg 34 Col 1)

Elsie Tiras Berwald, 90, passed away Nov. 6. Member of Cong. Beth Yeshurun, Hadassah, and Sisterhood of Beth Yeshurun. Survived by: sister, May Tiras Borger, Houston; nieces, Dorothy Bernstein, Charlotte Abramson, Sylvia Loeser and Dorothy Davidoff of Houston; nephews, Dr. Jules Borger, Joe Heffler and Robert Tiras; a number of great- and great-great nieces and nephews. Graveside services and burial were held Nov. 6 Beth Yeshurun Cemetery with Rabbi Jack Segal officiating. Levy Funeral Directors.

1978 Jan 19 (Pg 19 Col 1)

        Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sklar extend a cordial invitation to relatives and friends to worship with them on the occasion of the Bat Mitzvah of their daughter, Madalyn Kay, on Friday, Jan. 27 at 8:15 p.m., and Saturday, Jan. 28 at 10:15 a.m., at Cong. Brith Shalom. Receptions will follow both services.
        Madalyn is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heffler and the late Mannie Silberstein of Houston, and Mr. and Mrs. Morse Sklar and the late Rose Sklar of Houston, and great-granddaughter of Bertha Sklar, also of Houston.

1978 Mar 2 (Pg 21 Col 3)

Lana and Stephen Royal proudly announce the birth of their son, Russin Louis, on February 2. The happy grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Abe Silverman of Longview, Texas, and Mrs. Louis Royal and the late Louis Royal of Cincinnati,Ohio. Great-grandmother is Mrs. Mose Heffler of Tyler, Texas.

1978 Mar 2 (Pg 22 Col 1,2)

        Sunday, January 8, in the Grand Ballroom of the Marriott Hotel, Miss Peggy Godfrey became the bride of Alan Steven Kamion. the candlelight double ring ceremony was performed by Rabbi Roy Walter and Cantor Glenn Groper. A cocktail reception, dinner and dance followed.
        The bride is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Luther Boyd Godfrey of Cincinnati, Ohio. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kamion of Houston.
        The bride was given in marriage by Carl Warrell of Houston. She selected a candlelight designer gown, by the House of Bianchi, fashioned of chiffonette and reembroidered Alencon lace touch with beading. The empire bodice of the lace featured a sheer yolk and bishop sleeves with deep cuffs of lace and beading. The chiffonette skirt featured a Watteau train that fell to chapel length. Her veil, also by the House of Bianchi, with scattered motifs of matching lace, fell to shoulder length. She carried a cascade of greenery including airplane plants and fernery fronds accented with baby breath.
        The groom was escorted to the altar by his parents. Mrs. Kamion selected a designer gown of apricot chiffon. The blouson bodice and bell sleeves were accented with beading. The slipper length skirt cascaded to three tiers of accordian pleats.
        Attendants included Miss Donna Higgins of Austin, maid of honor, and Miss Mona Kamion, sister of the groom. Groomsmen were Jerry Vitemb of Houston, best man, and Tom Foote of Wimberly, Texas. Master Gary Caplan, nephew of the groom, was the ringbearer.
        After a honeymoon in Italy and Israel, the couple are making their home in Houston.

1978 Mar 23 (Pg 16 Col 4,5)

        Mr. and Mrs. Robert Joachim announce the engagement of their daughter, Sharon Elizabeth, to Kevin Saul Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Eddie Lerner and the late Raymond Meyer.
        The prospective bride is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nagel of Las Vegas, Nevada, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert M. Joachim of Houston. Her great-grandparents are Mr. Morris L. Atlas and the late Cecile Atlas, and the late Sally Nagel.
        Her fiance is the grandson of Mrs. Gertrude Meyer and the late Harry W. Meyer of Brooklyn, N. Y., and the late Mr. and Mrs. George J. Lippman of Orlando, Florida.
        A May 20th wedding is planned at Congregation Emanu El.

1978 Apr 13 (Pg 16 Col 2)

        Linda Alane Chess, daughter of Mrs. Lorraine R. Chess and Lawrence S. Chess, will celebrate her Bas Mitzvah on Friday, April 14, at 8 p.m., and Saturday, April 15 at 10:15 a.m. at Cong. Beth Yeshurun.
        Linda is the granddaughter of Mrs. Yetta Rosenthall and the late Albert M. Rosenthall and of Mrs. Rosalind Chess and the late Murry Chess of Houston, and great-granddaughter of Mrs. Freida Sprung and Mrs. Lottie Jacobson also of Houston and Mrs. Fannie Heffler of New York.
        Friends and family are cordially invited to worship with them and attend the reception following both services.

1978 Apr 13 (Pg 17 Col 1)

Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Grosman announce the birth of their son, Eric Scott, on March 22. Maternal grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. Jules H. Borger; paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Al Grosman. Maternal great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Irving Friedman, all of Houston. Paternal great-grandmother is Mrs. I. Gelfand of Shreveport, La.

1978 Jun 1 (Pg 42 Col 2)

Joseph (Joe) Loeser, 52, of Phoenix, Arizona, formerly of Houston died May 26 in a Phoenix hospital. Attended Houston Schools and was a Veteran of World II (sic). Survivors: wife, Sylvia Heffler Loeser, Phoenix; son and daughter-in-law Cary A. and Karen Loeser, one grandchild, Gena Loeser, all of Denver, Colorado. Sisters Mrs. Francine Rosenthal, Mrs. Rosemary Davis; brothers, J. H. "Bud" Loeser, William J. Loeser, Dr. Louis I. Loeser and a number of nieces and nephews, all of Houston. Cremation. Sinai Funeral Directors, Phoenix, Arizona, memorial services pending.

1978 Jun 29 (Pg 19 Cols 1-3)

        Mrs. Sharon Elizabeth Joachim became the bride of Kevin Saul Meyer during a double-ring candlelight ceremony on Saturday, May 20, 1978, at eight-thirty o'clock, in the Jackie and Bitsy Proler Chapel of Temple Emanu El. Rabbi Robert I. Kahn and Rabbi Roy A. Walter officiated.
        The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Joachim, of Houston; the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nagel, of Las Vegas, Nevada, formerly of Houston, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Joachim, of Houston, and the great-granddaughter of Morris L. Atlas, of Encino, California, formerly of Houston and the late Cecile Atlas, and the late Sally Nagel, of Los Angeles, California. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Eddie Lerner and the late Raymond Meyer, all of Houston, and is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. George J. Lippmann, of Orlando, Florida, and Mrs. Gertrude Meyer, of Brooklyn Heights, New York, and the late Harry W. Meyer. The great-grandfather and all the living grandparents were present for the ceremony.
        Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white polyester organza, styled with a fitted bodice featuring a high round neckline edged with appliqued flowers of Venise lace. The gown had full bishop sleeves, and the flowing skirt fell into a chapel length train. Her fingertip sweetheart veil was attached to a Camelot cap edged with Venise lace flowers that matched those of the gown. The bride's color scheme of yellow and white was carried out in her cascade bouquet of yellow roses, white daisies and baby's breath, and yellow statice with yellow and white ribbon streamers.
        The bride's attendants included Mrs. Edward Poche, matron of honor, and Miss Hannah Joachim, sister of the bride, maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Barbie James, cousin of the bride and Miss Gail Jacobs. All the attendants are of Houston and were gowned alike in light blue dotted swiss. They wore lacy white picture hats trimmed with blue ribbon. Their nosegay bouquets were of yellow iris, white carnations and yellow mums, with yellow and white ribbon streamers.
        The groom's attendants included Mark Sandler, of Austin, who served as best man. Groomsmen were Neil Joachim, brother of the bride, Peter Wahlers and Terry Wolber, all of Houston. Scott Joachim, youngest brother of the bride was junior groomsman. Ushers were Jeffrey Kwartler, of Houston, and Robert Margolis, of Austin.
        Nuptial piano music was provided by the bride's aunt, Mrs. Joan Pleason, of Stamford, Connecticutt (sic), formerly of Houston.
        The mother of the bride wore a long blue print gown of polyster (sic) voile, styled with an empire bodice and kimono sleeves. The groom's mother wore a formal gown of heaven blue polyster (sic) double knit featuring a cowl neckline and long sleeves. Their corsages were of yellow cymbidium orchids and yellow rosebuds.
        Immediately following the ceremony, a formal reception and seated dance were held at Temple Emanu El.
        Both bride and groom are graduates of Westbury High School. The bride is employed by Southwestern Bell, and the groom by the Strawberry Patch. The groom will resume his studies at the University of Houston this fall, with a major in business administration. His fraternity is Sigma Chi. After a honeymoon trip to Corpus Christi, the bride and groom are residing in Houston.
        Other out-of-town guests were from Rockville, Maryland; Brooklyn Heights, New York; and Baytown, Corpus Christi, Fort Worth, Galveston, Midland and Odessa, Texas.

1978 Jul 13 (Pg 23 Col 1,2)

        Mr. and Mrs. Sam Baron are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Charlene Sue, to David Norman Joachim, son of Dr. and Mrs. Harold S. Joachim of Houston.
        She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Lillian Baron of Far Rock Away, New York and the late Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baron, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Landesman of Galveston, Texas.
        He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dombrow of Bay City, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Joachim of Houston.
        The prospective bride is a graduate of the University of Houston and will be teaching in the Galena Park Independent School District.
        The prospective groom is a graduate of Tulane University and was affiliated with Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. He is currently employed by Loren D. Stark Pension Actuary Co.
        An August wedding is planned at Congregation Beth Yeshurun.

1978 Jul 20 (Pg 22 Col 3)

Joel and Linda Chess are happy to announce the birth of their son, Mark Stuart, on June 2. The proud grandparents are Shirley and Harold Rosenberg of Detroit, Michigan, and Rosalind Chess and the late Murry Chess of Houston. Great-grandparents are Lottie Jacobson of Houston, Fannie Heffler of New York, Rose and Isadore Faber of Detroit, and Minnie and Leo Rosenberg of Baltimore, Maryland.

1978 Nov 2 (Pg 23 Col 4,5)

        Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Caplan are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Marcia Dianne, to Randall Davidoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davidoff. She is the granddaughter of Isadore Caplan and the late Celia Caplan and Mrs. Bertha Davis and the late Irving Davis. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heffler and the late Ruth Heffler.
        The future bride attended the University of Texas at Austin and is currently employed with National Fresh Fruit and Produce Co.
        Her fiance is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin where he received his Bachelor of Architecture. He is now affiliated with Sunshine Pools, Inc.
        A March 4 wedding is planned.

1978 Dec 7 (Pg 38 Col 1)
1978 Dec 14 (Pg 46 Col 3)

The family of the late Elsie Tiras Berwald asks relatives and friends to attend the unveiling of the tombstone in her memory on Sunday, December 17, at 1:30 p.m., at the Beth Yeshurun Cemetery, Allen Parkway. Rabbi Jack Segal and Cantor George Wagner will officiate.

1979 Mar 1 (Pg 38 Col 1)

Carol Miller, 6211 Sanford, 52 years old, passed away Feb. 20. member of Temple Emanu El. Survived by husband, Harold S. Miller. Children: Judy and Rick Simon, Gregg Miller, Cindy and Ron Moore, David Miller, all of Houston; brothers: Richie Sorkin, Kenny Sorkin of Massachusetts; two grandchildren. Graveside services and burial were held Feb. 22 at Emanu El Cemetery with Rabbi Roy Walter officiating. Levy Funeral Director.

1979 Apr 12 (Pg 5 Col 4,5)

        Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davidoff are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Marlene, to Mark Alan Finkelstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Finkelstein. She is the granddaughter of Abraham Davidoff and the late Mary Davidoff and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heffler and the late Ruth Heffler. He is the grandson of Mrs. Rose Finkelstein and the late Marx Finkelstein and Mrs. Leona Sheinberg and the late Max Sheinberg.
        The prospective bride attended the University of Texas at Austin and is currently employed with the greater Houston Hospital Council. Her fiance also attended the University of Texas at Austin and is currently employed with Jones Supply Company.
        A November 11th wedding is planned.

1979 Jun 14 (Pg 25 Col 5)

        Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Davidoff and Staci are happy to announce the birth of their son and brother, Jason Alan, on May 23, 1979. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davidoff and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Levy. Great-grandparents are Abraham Davidoff, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heffler, and Mr. and Mrs. Murray Levy of Phoenix, Arizona, formerly of Houston.
        The Brith Milah was held on May 30 with Dr. Jacob Geller and Rabbi Jack Segal officiating. Jason is named in loving memory of his late maternal great-grandparents, Jack and Anna Marmorstein.

1979 Oct 4 (Pg 24 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Singer (nee Michele Seligman) are happy to announce the birth of their son Geoffrey Ryan on September 19. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Gunther R. Seligman and Mrs. Dorothy Burnstein. Great-grandmothers are Mrs. Toni Light of Cape Town, South Africa and Mrs. Max Borger of this city.

1979 Oct 25 (Pg 26 Col 4)
1979 Oct 25 (Pg 27 Col 2)

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lebow, Melissa and Richard proudly announce the birth of their son and brother, Bradley Aaron, on Sept. 2. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Abramson and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lebow; great-grandmother is Mrs. Max Borger, all of Houston. Great-grandfather is Harry Lebowitz of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

        Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sklar extend a cordial invitation to relatives and friends to worship with them on the occasion of the Bat Mitzvah of their daughter, Judith Renee, on Friday, Nov. 2 at 8:15 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 3 at 10:15 a.m. at Congregation Brith Shalom. Receptions will follow both services.
        Judy is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heffler and the late Mannie Silberstein of Houston, and Mr. and Mrs. Morse Sklar and the late Rose Sklar of Houston. Great-grandmother is Bertha Sklar of Houston.

1979 Nov 29 (Pg 23 Col 4)

        Scot Craig Farber, son of Arnold and Manette Farber will celebrate his bar Mitzvah on Friday, Dec. 7 at 9 p.m., and Saturday, Dec. 8 at 10 a.m. at Congregation Beth Yeshurun. Family and friends and cordially invited to attend the services and receptions that follow.
        Scot is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Farber and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schnitzer, and Scot's great-grandfather is Abraham Farber.

1979 Dec 20 (Pg 22 Col 3-5)

        Miss Marlene Davidoff became the bride of Mark Alan Finkelstein in a candlelight ceremony at Cong. Beth Yeshurun on Sunday, Nov. 11. Rabbi Jack Segal and Cantor George Wagner officiated at the double-ring ceremony which was followed by dinner and dancing in the Emerald Room of the Shamrock Hilton Hotel.
        The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davidoff and the granddaughter of Abraham Davidoff and the late Mary Davidoff and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heffler and the late Ruth Heffler. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Finkelstein and the grandson of Mrs. Rose Finkelstein and the late Marx Finkelstein and Mrs. Leona Sheinberg and the late Max Sheinberg.
        For her wedding the bride selected a designer gown fashioned of pale ivory silk peau de ange and imported French alencon lace and bridal pearls. A sculptured Queen Anne neckline, enhanced by the delicate lace and pearl pattern, was highlighted by a closely fitted bodice. Sleeves of peau de ange and lace tapered to the wrist, outlined with tiny bridal pearls. From a slightly lifted waistline, the full carriage skirt of peau de ange was lavished with wide patterns of lace and pearls and fell to slipper length where scalloping of alencon lace swept to form a cathedral train. A full panel of lace and pearls marked the entire length of the train. To compliment her gown, the bride wore a veil designed especially for her. A modified juliet cap of matching motifs of alencon lace and pearls held the full tier of imported French silk illusion which draped over the bride's shoulders to beyond the train of the gown. She carried her prayerbook covered with white bridal roses, stephanotis and lillies of the valley.
        Mrs. Maurice Davidoff served as matron of honour. Bridesmaids included Mrs. Randall Davidoff, Mrs. Larry Finkelstein, Miss Lynette Finkelstein, sister of the groom, Miss Karen Stern of New Orleans, Miss Mindy Krasoff, Mrs. Eddie Grosman and Miss Deborah Bermann. They were gowned in raspberry chiffon over taffetta, highlighted by a muted flower pattern. Each attendant carried a bouquet of heather and roses. Miss Staci Davidoff, niece of the bride, served as flower girl and wore a petal pink and carried a miniature basket of rose petals.
        Mr. Finkelstein served as his son's best man. Groomsmen included Maurice Davidoff, Randall Davidoff and Steven Davidoff, bothers of the bride, Randal Sheinberg, Charles Green, Jeffrey Kase, Lance Kaye and Larry Finkelstein, brother of the groom. Ushering were Eddie Grosman, Richard Leshin of Corpus Cristi, Donald Greenspan, Robert Wizig and Alan Paull.
        Serving in the bride's houseparty were Mrs. Alan Paull, Miss Joan Oshman and Miss Adrienne Cohen
        For her daughter's wedding, the bride's mother selected a designer gown of pale blue chiffon highlighted by brilliants at the bodice and at the sleeves. The mother of the groom chose a gown of deep chiffon accented by a flounce of chiffon at the bodice and hemline.
        Following a honeymoon to Florida and the Caribbean, the bride and groom are making their home in Houston.

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