A brunch with proceeds to go
to EZRA AID TO ISRAEL will
be held by sisters Julia Weiss
and Pauline Finkelstein noon
Monday at 16543 Pinehurst.
LEAGUE at its annual installa-
tion of officers Wednesday in-
stalled Mrs. Reuben Mendelssohn
as president. To assist her during,
the coming term will be Mes-
dames Lou Babock, Arthur Kort,
Jack Munson, Jack Rosenthal
and Robert Kalish, vice-presi
dents; Manuel Kravitz, treasurer;
and Marvin Rosenberg and
Samuel Schwartz, secretaries.
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LADIES OF MOSAIC will
hold its closing luncheon and
installation of officers noon June
7 at Pickwick H o u s e, 19335
Grand River. To be installed are
Ruth Feingold, president; Mary
Rosenzweig and Min Berman,
vice-presidents; Rose Viedrah,
treasurer; Betty Schwartz, Fay
Mittleman, Betty Averbach and
Jean Fuller, secretaries. For
reservations, call G e r t r u de
Shayne, DI 1-2323; Rose Viedrah,
UN 1-9328; or Mary Rosen-
zweig, UN 4-0336. Guests are
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NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Wome n, will hold an
Israeli Shower 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Hayim
Greenberg Center. Mrs. Celia
Mason is chairman for this
affair. Hostesses will be Mes-
dames Helen Schrage and
Florence Wax. Mrs. Frieda
M e t z, president, announces
reservations are now being
taken for the Chapter's instal-
lation luncheon scheduled for
12:30 p.m. June 7 at Larco's
Restaurant. Contact Edith
Guyer, reservation chairman,
VE 6-9430. Installation of new
officers will be conducted by
Mrs. Sophie Sulkes.
* * *
"The Fruit of Her Hands,"
an original installation cere-
mony, will be presented fol-
lowing the election of officers
of the WOMEN'S AUXILIARY
OF THE UNITED HEBREW
SCHOOLS 12:30 p.m. Wednes-
day in the Esther Berman
Building, 18977 Schaefer. Mrs.
Irving Arlin, who wrote the
script, will also serve as install-
ing officer. A luncheonette will
be served by Mrs. Charles Hei-
man and her committee. Mrs,
Jacob Axelrod, president, along
with Mrs. Joseph Wyzan, pro-
gram chairman, is in charge.
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DAVID HORODOKER YOUNG
WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION will
hold a luncheon June 7 at the
auditorium of Federal's Depart-
ment Store on Grand River
and Oakman Blvd., announces
President Mrs. Alex Dorchen.
Hostesses will be Mesdames L.
Cohen, L. Feglen, M. Goldberg,
J. Guterman, A. Levine, I. Law-
ton and J. Zemmol. Proceeds will
be used for needy families here
and in Israel. For information and
tickets, call Mrs. J. Friedman,
UN 1-6793, or Mrs. S. Kreesler,
ROCHEL LAYA STEPINER
AID SOCIETY will hold a lunch-
eon June 14 at Jerri's Restaurant.
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women,
will meet 12:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the Hayim Greenberg Center,
announces Mrs. Harry Mondry,
program chairman. Mrs. David
Sislin will speak on the "Role of
Pioneer - Women in Relation to
Israel." Mrs. Mildred Kramer will
read a selection dealing with the
life of the late Manya Shachot,
a pioneer of Israel. Refreshments
will be served. ,A rummage sale,
headed by Mesdames Michael
Michlin, Hannah Jacobs and Sara
DeRoven, is now being held to
raise funds for Moetzet Hapoalot .
ZEDAKAH CLUB will hold a
mothers and daughters installa-
tion luncheon 12:30 p.m. Wed
nesday at Tam Co' Shanter
Country Club. Featured will be
songs by Ruth Goldman, accom-
panied by Hope Dewey. Prizes
will highlight the affair. For
reservations, call Mrs. Leonard
Shapiro, UN 3-8806, or Mrs. Ben
Chestnut, BR 2-0264.
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
will hold a 12:30 p.m. luncheon
Wednesday at the Hayim Green-
berg Center. Guest speakers at
this "International Day," will
be Dr. Dora Ravin who will
discuss the role of women in
the Orient, and Mrs. Ethyl
L a b i n e r who will discuss
Shavuot and the Jewish Na,
tional Fund. Mrs. Morris Plafkin
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and Abe Silbershein, dues.
Arella Barley will present He- Jewish War Vets
brew and American folk songs. Slate Annual Parley
Chairmen for the affair are
The 20th annual convention
Mesdames Frumin and William of the Department of Michigan,
will hold installation of officers Adler.
Jewish War Veterans, and its
1 p.m. Sunday at Vanelli's Res-
Ladies Auxiliary will take place
taurant, announces President
PAULA STARK OFFICERS June 2-4 when a variety of
CLUB will meet 12:30 p.m. events will be offered to dele-
Saturday at Raven Art_ Gallery. gates and members.
NORTH WOODWARD For reservations, call EL
I. L. Feuer, national com-
BRANCH, Jewish Women's Eu- 6-0205.
mander of the Jewish War Vet-
ropean Welfare Organization,
erans, will be honored at a
will meet 12:30 p.m. Monday Paul Lessem Is Envoy
luncheon at the Sheraton
at the home of Eva Landsman,
for Beth Shalom at
services will follow
Youth Group Conclave the Sabbath
next morning at Cong. Beth
Paul Lessem, recently elected Abraham. Saturday evening will
SHARONA CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, - will install new president of Cong. Beth be highlighted by a Las Vegas
officers June 1 at Holiday Shalom's Youth Group, is rep- Night program at the J.W.V.
Manor. The slate includes Mes- resenting the congregation at Memorial Home. Business ses-
dames S'imon Kaplan, presi- the District Board Meeting of sions are planned for Sunday to
dent; George Gaynor, Herman the United Synagogue Youth be followed by the annual con-
Ozrovitz, George Britchky and Groups today through Sunday vention banquet honoring the
Leo Barris, vice presidents; Hy in Kalamazoo.
outgoing commander, Gerson
M e r v i s, Arthur Cowan, B.
Others installed to office in Marder, and the outgoing pres-
Stone, M. Katz, B. Zaffern, B. the Beth Shalom Youth Group ident, Mrs. Albert Rosen.
Duke and A. Woodell, secre- include Jonathan Bensky,
The convention chairmen are
taries; Morris Schindler, treas- Shelly Barak, Robert Clinton, Mrs. John Nemon and Irving
urer; Murray Fruman, bulletin; vice presidents; Charles Knop- Cane.
Aaron Katzman, Moetzet Hapoa- now, treasurer; Judith Siegel
lot; Joseph Schuster, darlings; and David Smith, secretaries.
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