Pioneer Women Offer Program Guide
to AI r..11elvvn Gva:::da for Marking Israel Independence Day
Miss 11"olfe Betrothed
Pioneer Women is offering for throughout the United States was
sale its Yom HaAtzmaut program originated a few years ago by Dr.
Sara Feder. Pioneer Women lead-
The booklet, "Yom HaAtzmaut- er. The custom has since gathered
A Family Celebration Program for followers and support from rabbis,
Israel Independence Day:' consists Jewish educators and Zionist or-
of ideas and materials to make ganizations throuhgout the world.
Israel's Independence Day and eve
(this year, falling on May 10-11) a
meaningful American-Jewish fam- Bbire. /70//1/(/// 10
The guide includes stories, read-
ings, poems, quizzes, games. songs,
decorations and refreshments key-
ed to celebrating the establishment
of the state of Israel.
The idea to establish Yom HaAtz-
maut as a family holiday to be
celebrated by American Jews
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 27, 1970-21
MIS MARILYNN WOLFE
Heinl to Address
Col. Robert D. Heinl Jr., of
Washington , D.C. military analys
for the Detroit News, wilt speak
on "Turmoil in the Middle East'
when the Metropolitan Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah holds its an-
nual education night 8:30 p.m.
April 6 at Cong. Beth Shalom.
Chapter President Mrs. Sidney
J. Winer said husbands and friends
Hadassah members are invited.
He who desires but acts not,
- Col. Heinl recently spent five
breeds pestilence.—William Blake. weeks visiting all the countries of
the Middle East.
He has written "Soldiers of the
Sea," "A Dictionary of Military
and Naval Quotations" and "Vic-
tory at Iligh Tide." He has con-
tributed to the Atlantic Month-
ly, National Geographic, Wash-
ington Post and the Encyclope-
di a Britannica. A graduate of
Yale College and a U.S. Marine
Corps veteran, Col. Heinl has
served as teacher, lecturer, his-
torian and correspondent in
Handwriting Analysis, Caricatures,
Santa Domingo, Vietnam and
SEYMOUR SCHWARTZ AGENCY
most recently in the Middle East.
Mrs. James August, chapter
education night chairman, said a
question-answer period will follow
Col. Heinl's lecture. Refreshments
will be served. There is no charge.
Working with Mrs. Abe Zitomer,
chapter vice president of educa-
tion, and Mrs. Albert Rosenblum,
chapter education committee chair-
man, are Mesdames Albert Shul-
man, Oscar Kramer, Avery Davis,
William Stein, Joseph Grossman,
Nathan Soberman, Gerald Rosen-
baum, Byron Gerson and Leo
Keeps. Study group members will
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Mrs. Morris Volman of Memphis *
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Leslie Mossman, son of Mr. an:l ,*
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wolfe of
Greenbriar Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Marilynn Helene to Mel-
vyn G. Gvazda, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Gvazda of Rutherford
The bride-elect is a graduate of
the college of medical technology,
Great Lakes College. Mr. Gvazda.
holds a bachelor's degree from
Wayne State University and a law
degree from the University of De-
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Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Weiss of
Dufferin Pl., Windsor, announce
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Dougal Rd., Windsor.
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Wayne State University. Mr.
Rosen, a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Windsor, attends the Uni-
versity of. Toronto's 'law school.
A July wedding is planned iti
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Lebovitz of
Burt Rd. announce the engagement
of their daughter 'Susan to David
Martin Shepherd, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Shepherd of Avon
Ave., Oak Park.
Miss Lebovitz is a graduate of
Sinai Hospital's school of medical
technoloy. Her fiance attended
Monteith college, Wayne State Uni-
versity, and is now at the Univer-
sity of Michigan medical school.
A June wedding is planned.
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