38—Friday, October 29, 1971
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Ositario Schools to TeaCh Judaism, 4 Other -Faiths
TORONTO (JTA) — Judaism is
one of the five religions listed in
a curriculum guide issued by the
Ontario Education Department in
opening the way for courses to be
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6-Month-- Membership ,1)tive
JWVA to Kick Off
at 255-4743 and be assured that Flint auxiliary will host; call the
Mrs. Herbert Liner, president of
the Department of Michigan Ladies
Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans,
announced that Mrs.. Benjamin
Rubin, -junior vice president, will
serve as chairman for JWVA's
membership procurenient drive to
begin in November.
Kickoff event for the six-month
drive will be a tea for members
and prospective members 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 17 at the Southfield Civic
Membership c h a i-r m e n from
Michigan's 12 auxiliaries make up
the planning committee.
JWVA membership is open to
Classified Ads Get Quick Results the relatives of Jewish veterans of
The programs and aims of
3W VA in Michigan include a
scholarship program for veter-
ans' children; service to veterans
hospitals, children's institulions
and the USO; assistance to veter-
ans and their families in need;
and aid to Israel's Tel Hashomer
Hospital and Beersheba Rest
Home, for Israeli war veterans.
For an invitation, prospective
members may call the JWV office,
Mrs. Kole, 255-4743.
The Department of Michigan is
planning a mass "package-in" for
8 p.m. Dec. 1 at the JWV office.
Members of all posts and auxilia-
ries will assemble several hundred
holiday gift packages to be sent to
U.S. servicemen in Vietnam and
Chairman of packages for Viet-
nam is Mrs. Jack Goyer, and co-
chairman is Mrs. Benjamin Rubin.
There is an urgent need for the
names and addresses of service-
men who are serving in Vietnam
and Korea. Anyone with such in-
forination may call the JWV office
taught on the world's major re-
ligions in the high schools of the
The curriculum lists Hinduism,
Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity
and Islam in that order as accept-
able classroom subjects and ,ad-
vises teachers to be objective and
sympathetic while teaching them.
The proposed new courses are
intended to be an objective teach-
ing of the facts of each- religion
without any indication of pref-
erence or subjective, commitment,
.Thanks for 25 GREAT YEARS,
for Linda, Fred, Gerry and
Nancy and for just being you
Art tbikkolee bee ION ar8it "fog if -the Aiiii* .-044itts from a unki•ner
their friend or relative will re- JWV office, 255-4743.
ceive a package for the holiday
The weekly overseas -edition of
the English-language Jerusalem
Post has been added to the OAK
The next regular meeting of the PARK LIBRARY's current maga-
Department of Michigan Auxiliary zine _subscriptions. This edition
will be held Nov. 11 in Flint A contains material published in the
-chartered bus will leave the park- six previous daily issues of the
ing lot near Greenfield's Restaur- Post. Published every Tuesday, it
ant, Oak Park, at 7 p.m. For res- arrives at the library by air mail
ervations to the meeting, which the in two days.
400 ft.—$165 Comp.
W•eldiniss, Ifs* Mitzvas
and ethos occaslOns
MORTON A. SILVERMAN POST
Frank's _Studio_ 474-7768
will hold an executive meeting
9:30 a.m. Sunday. Brunch will be
served. The post will hold a gen-
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eral meeting 8 p.m. Thursday.
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Both meetings will be held at
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ROBERT J. RAFELSON AUX- ■
ILIARY will meet 8:30 p.m. Nov.
(313; 358 -4672
9 at the home of Mrs. Bernard
Yoffie, 30228 Southfield, Southfield.
According to President Jack Iden,
plans for the 25th anniversary
party of the post and auxiliary
Dec. 4 will be discussed.
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YETZ-COHEN POST and AUX-
tHAARY will meet 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day at the JWV headquarters.
Hostesses will be Doris Bean and
Ruth Benach. A party will be held
at the Juvenile Detention Home
Nov. 6. Freda Horowitz and Rose
Feinberg, child welfare co-chair-
men, have planned games, prizes
as always fine
and refreshments. To assist, call
Mrs. Horowitz 399-8752, or Mrs.
Merrill:mod Bldg. Mall-
Feinberg, 543-1858. President Sara
Fleisher has appointed Yetta Glass
as hospitaliy chairman, Mary Shul- 251 Merritt, nor. Woodward
man as sunshine chairman and
- 647-5730. .
Ruth Benach as recording secre-
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