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j|p|» i |yPß| cers at ceremonies * last week with Ben <r w ' Eva Tax, rec. sec.; sijjt'l}<* sec.; Pauline Resnick, <r gj treas.; Harold Kap paport, vice-pres. B-P Hadassah To Hold Donor Dinner New officers will be installed at the Business and Professional Hadassah donor dinner May 13 at 6:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. MITCHELL’S E» Os M«»™ SALE Hundreds Trade-Ins of hem. Sensational Savings! Low Prices! »;!7,X"' r Reduced Charges SPECIAL PURCHASE 6-Way Floor Lamps A new and charming floor lamp of beautiful copper, . with., brass., fittings... Its I H master size reflector gives you 3 degrees of light. Beautiful modern shade included. See this special at Mitchell's. ARMLESS DIVAN A large purchase of these Davenos makes JH f“ A it possible to pass the MM ■ ■fl|l savings on to you— makes into a bed. Attractive colors and patterns. REGULAR 84.50 2-PC. 2 pc. bedroom suite at a low, low price. Hollywood, jm mm mm bookcase headboard, with M MM a Mr. and Mrs. Chest. M Many more to choose from at low prices. Mattress and M I All Style Box Springs || wJm SLIP Odds & Ends COVERS 001/ 7-ut/uutfie ur. (Ju / 3/0 OFF OPEN 8:30 TO 6:00 P.M. MONDAYS TILL 9:00 P.M. uU / 3/0 OFF 75 WEST CONGRESS PH. 2-7461 Louis Cohen, E. 4th. Friends are invited to join with members on this occasion. Reservations should be made with Mrs. Abe Chanin, 5-2180. Arizona Post, May 2, 1952 Schoen-Meyer Engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jo Ann Schoen, was announced by Mrs. Rosalie Schoen, New York, and Edward D. Schoen, Tucson, to Richard I. Meyer. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving J. Meyer, Asbury Park, N. J. Couple will be married at Tem ple Emanu-El on June 1 at an informal double ring ceremony performed by Rabbi Albert Bil gray, in the presence of the im mediate families. Following a honeymoon at the west coast they will occupy their home at 5001 E. 17th as soon as it is ready for occupancy. Couple met when the bride-elect came to Tucson in December to visit her MARKET SPECIAL 9x12 Linoleum R " gß AQC A special purchase. Come early for best selections of patterns and colors— quantities limited. Solid Oak Dinette Suite Yes, only $3.50 for a 5 pc. solid oak F" A Dinette Suite, table II and 4 chairs covered in attractive mate- REGULAR 179.50 2-PC. Save S4O extra on this suite. Daveno makes into bed . .. MM £T JJ choice of cocoa, I green or beige, cov- I mm B ered in Jacquard ■ Rayon. Plan Open House At Center An open house at which the ac tivities of the Center will be dem onstrated to the public will be held May 28, announces Morris Kleinerman chairman. Partici pating will be members of the arts and craft, ceramics and art classes; dramatics and a teen-age show, nursery school and dancing class. father. She is now an assistant buyer at Levy’s. In New York she had attended City College of New York. Mr. Meyer has been in Tuc son since 1943, attended the Uni versity and is now wtih Grand Central Aircraft. His parents gave an engagement party for the couple in Newark in March, shortly before Miss Schoen re turned to Tucson, accompanied by her fiance. .. (Mardis) Roslyn May May-Ginsberg Mr. and Mrs. Harry May, Tole do, Ohio, announce the engage ment of their daughter, Roslyn, to Shiel Ginsberg, the son of Mr. and Mrs. David J. Ginsberg, E. 6th. Couple will be married in Tucson in the fall. Bride-elect is a freshman at the University majoring in business administration and is active in Hillel. She was a member of Young Judea. Mr. Ginsberg graduated from Tucson high school and enlisted in the Air Force, is stationed at Davis-Mon than Field and assigned to the of fice of the commanding officer of the 43rd Bombardment Wing. He will be discharged in September. Well known in the community, he has been active in numerous lo cal cultural activities. Robert Rico Saccani Their second son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Remo Saccani, 3321 E. Hawthorne, April 16, weigh ing 9% lbs. and 21 inches tall. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Philip Solomon, E. 6th, Mr. and Mrs. Alindo Saccani, Varese, Italy. Mr. Saccani is associatel with Kaufmann’s Dept. Store. Karen Ann Kivel Their first child, a daughter, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kivel, 4934 E. Broadway, on April 17, weighing 6 lbs. 12 oz. and 19 indies tall. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Present, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Kivel are grandparents. Mr. Kivel is with Daniels Jewelry. Andrew David Bloch Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Bloch, 239 S. Country Club, are par ents of a son born April 19, weigh ing 7 lbs. 1% oz. and 20 inches tall. Grandparents for the first time are Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Katcher, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard H. Bloch. Mr. Bloch is attending Officers Candidate School at Ft. Bliss, Texas. He flew in to see his son on April 20. Linda Sue Cartiff A daughter, their third child, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. Cartiff, 2045 E. 32 St., on April 29, weighing 7 lbs. 6 oz. and 19% inches tall. Grandpar ents are Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Listenes, E. 6th, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cartiff, Pittsburgh. He is with a local shoe firm. Berdofe Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Frank Berdofe, 5501 E. Linden, are parents of their first daughter and third child, born April 29, weighing 6 lbs. 12 oz. and 19% inches tall. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. B. Kornman, West Haven, Conn., and Mr. and Mrs. J. Berdofe, New Haven, Conn.