The IOTA ALPHA PI MOTH-
H 0 M E RELIEF SOCIETY
ERS' CLUB installation dinner wil hold a board meeting 12:30
will be held 6:30 p.m. Tuesday p.m. Friday at the home of Mrs.
Abe Sinaberg, 18000 Ilene. Mrs.
at Scotch a
eidan is chairman of
a • e installati
mes will be
ayed and priz s awarded.
SHOMREY EMUNAH SIS- man Zelickman, social; Walter
BEREZNITZER AID SOCI-
TERHOOD will hold its fourth Epstein, culture; Sylvia Lecht- ETY will hold a games party
annual "Garden Supper" 5-8 zin, Histadrut; Walter Epstein, Thursday night at the Sholem
p.m. June 18 at the • home of darlings; Irving Plotnick, Sylvia
Aleichem Institute. Guests are
Mrs. G. E. Miller, treasurer, Lechtzin, Moetzet Hapoalot; invited. For tickets and info
erfect Affair . . .
18927 Hartwell, announces Pres- Sam Lupovich, bulletin; Hy
mation, call Mrs. Nathan Ro
ident Mrs. I. Levin. Prizes will Sabotta, JNF; Charles Glen, chairman, BR 3-1625, or M
highlight the affair. Proceeds Israel Bonds; Jack Gans, sun-
J. Koss, UN 3-5547. Tickets w
will be used for the sisterhood's shine; Zelick Kowaisky, mem-
and His Orchestra
p.m. W esday at
synagogue building projec t. bership; Milton Harrison, Bar-
s. J. Gor
Guests are invited. For informa- ney Woronoff, Rebecca Sand- featured.
tion, call UN 4-4355. - berg, telephone; Ann Mondrow,
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Sylvia Lechtzin, Community
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HEBREW LADIES AID
EQUALITY CLUB will hold Council; Irving Plotnick, con- CIETY will hold its a
al A meeting of the SCOTIANS
installation of officers Saturday tributing organization; Jack paid-up- membership lu
eon will be
night at the Club Alamo. Those Simmons, - publicity; Morris Wednesday at Holiday
a n aovre, of Mrs.
andids Professionally Finished
to take office include Mesdames Fealk, Habonim; Irving Stepak announces 'President M
For Appointment Phone
S. Lerman, president; Dora and Max Stern, rummage.
Weiss. Games will be
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Berkowitz, vice president; Sadie
Officers will be instal
at a UN
Fisher and S. Peck, secretaries;
CLUB I, Pioneer Women, in- luncheon on June 21.
Ida Glassrnan, treasurer; and vites members and friends to its
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Anne Trachtenberg,- publicity. annual installation luncheon
shoal will high
The next meeting will be held noon Thursday at the Hayim
the annual installation luncheon
June 17 at the home of Mrs. J.
Greenberg Center, 19161 Schae- of INFANTS SERVICE GROUP
Wolfson, 18280 Santa - Rosa.
fer. Annual reports will be pre- noon Tuesday at Tam O'Shanter
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sented by Mes-
Country Club, announces Mrs.
AESCULAPIAN LADIES dames Mildred
Merle Bronstein, vice president
AUXILIARY will hold its paid- Kramer, presi-
in charge of the event. Mem-
up membership luncheon 12:30 dent; B e s e
bers will serve as models.
p.m. Wednesday at the Town Baron, "record-
Guests are invited. Those to
and Country Club, announces ing secretary;
take office include Mesdames
Mrs. Mary Katzman, chairman. Sophie Sislin,
Jack King, president; George
Co-chairmen of the event are - vice - president
Schwartz, Edward Levitt, War-
Mrs. Sam Kaplan and Mrs. Mi- of funds; and
ren Greenstone, vice presidents;
chael Wainer. For information, Anna Alpert,
Allen Fisher, Bernard Davis,
call Mrs. Katzman.
case chairmen; Nathan Weis-
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berg, treasurer; Sam Rosenberg,
the after- Mrs. Kramer
Leonard Baron and Nathan
n, 1 hold
will be Chana Michlin, na- Silvers, secretaries; Abner
icers 7:15 p.m.
board member, and install- Baker, community relations;
at Mabel's Tea
ficer will be Goldie Wasser- Jerry Baker, memorial fund;
hose to take offi in-
, past president of Detroit Frank Shook, happy day fund;
ncil of Pioneer Women. OM- William Schwartz and Samuel
pr dent; Irving S
s for the coming year will be Pianen, sunshine committee;
ildred Kramer, president; Rose and Bert Kratze and Alfred
Naimark, Executive Board chair- Wolf, delegates. -
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be man; Clara . Greenberg, honorary
ond- vice preSident; Chana Michlin,
CHANNA CZENESH CHAP-
Green, advisory; Sophie Sislin and Adele TER, Pioneer Women, will hold
berg, Nor- Mondry, vice presidents; Bessie its final meeting and luncheon
Baron, Anna Alpert, Bertha Fish- of the season noon Monday at
kin, Rose Drachler, Sara DeRoven the home of Mrs. Bertha Rosen-
and Chanche Kawa, secretaries; thal, 3800 W. Outer Dr. Newly
and Ida Kutnick, treasurer. Stand- elected -officers will be installed
Leave Everything to Us
ing 'committee chairmen to be in a candlelight ceremony con-
installed that afternoon are Eva ducted by Mrs. Ann Ehrman.
Heinick, Sima Liepah, Sarah Jac- Chairman of the event is Mrs.
obs, Sara Garvin, Sara Wiener, Esther LaMed. Hostesses are
Hannah Jacobs, Dora Kurnitz, Ida Mesdames Esther Mendelson,
Katz, Faigel Agranoff, Ida Ber- Eva Pohl, .Ray Garfinkel, Ethel
man, Rose Taback, Anna Gold- Epel, Mildred Gelfand and
berg and . Mary Garnick. A musical Bertha Rosenthal.
program has been arranged.
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TEMPLE BETH AM SISTER-
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pio- HOOD, Livonia, will install new
neer Women, will hold its final officers following services to be
meeting of the season 12:30 conducted by sisterhood . mem-
p.m. Monday at the home of bers 9 p.m. today at the YWCA,
Mrs. Ray Stall-er. Luncheon will Beech Daly . Rd. and Grand
be served. President Mrs. Hy River. Guests are invited. Re-
Ross will give , her annual re- freshments will be served. Mrs.
WYN and HAROLD LANDIS
port. Mrs. Norman Cottler will Sylvia Danto, past president of
report on her recent trip to the State Federation of Temple
Sisterhoods, will be guest
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speaker at the next meeting,
GEMILUTH CHASSODIM SIS- open to all women interested in
TERHOOD will hold it annual the sisterhood, 8:30 p.m. Tues-
installation luncheon at the syna- day at Merri-Bowl Lanes. Mem-
gogue 12:30 p.m., Tuesday. The berships for the new fiscal year
Bagley Mother Singers will en- are now open, according to
tertain. For reservations call KE President Mrs. Bertha David-
5-4090 or UN 4-9443.
son. A games party is slated for
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CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS will hold a board
meeting 12:30 p.m. Monday at
Holiday Manor. Hostesses for the
One look at the enchanting beauty of these fabulous coots
afternoon will be Mesdames Les-
THE FINE CAMP
tells you the price should be many dollars more. But, because
ter Rosenberg, Charles Young,
of our foresight and buying these endearing skins at an early
THE FUN CAMP
Louis Alpert and Joseph Jackson.
date we are able to bring you these Natural Autumn Haze
Mink coats of Wrubel & Kozin quality and standards at far
The organization recently honor-
less than you'd expect to pay. You must see them . .
ed Mrs. Harold Kozloff as out-
you must try them on . . . they're beautiful.
standing woman of the year. Mrs.
Kozloff is fund-raising secretary
and was chairman of the dinner-
ance. She is now completing
SEE OUR COMPLETE COLLECTION OF 'FINE FURS •
r the victory dinner.
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RODI CLUB will hold . its
annual hi eon and installation
1 p.m. Monday at
Jerri's R aurant. Mrs. Nathan
Fishman ill install -the follow-
ames Rose Grossman,
president; Herbert Laz-
president; Irving Burke,
president; Milton Fishman
19330 LIVERNOIS AVENUE
d Richard Deutsch, secretar-
ies; Harry Milgrom, treasurer;
On the Avenue of Fashion
David Grossman, case chairman;
Evenings to 9 p.m.
or Sophie Sisli
• •Imported furs labeled to show country
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now in progress .
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