THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 31, 1970-27
Religious Pupils' Rights
Protected in New York
NEW YORK (JTA)—At the re-
quest of the. National Jewish Com-
mission on Law and Public Affairs
(COLPA), the board of higher edu-
cation of the City of New York has
sent a memorandum to the presi-
dents and registrars of the 16 city
colleges which comprise the City
University of New York reminding
them of their obligation to make
special arrangements for religious
Jewish students who are unable to
attend Friday night and Saturday
COLPA contacted the board of
higher education when it learned
that because of the open admis-
sions policy that is to go into
effect starting the coming Sep-
tember, many of the colleges
would be holding regular classes
on Friday night and Saturday.
Under a state law supported by
COLPA and adopted in 1966, reli-
gious students who could not attend
classes Friday night and Saturday
must be offered parallel educa-
tional opportunities at other times
during the college week.
Julius Berman, president of
COLPA, praised Chancellor Albert
Bowers of the City University for
his cooperation on this matter of
great importance to the religious
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gREENfidd ANd TEN MILE
Set for December Date
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kemper of Edinburgh Ave., Southfield, and
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wohl, of Southfield Rd., Southfield, were hosts
at a dinner in honor of the Bar Mitzva of their son and grandson, Ross
Hilton Kemper. The Jewish News regrets the omission of Mr. Wohl's
name in a society item June 26.
Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Weiner and sons, David and Jeffrey,
have returned to civilian life after two years -in Santa Ana, Calif.,
where Dr. Weiner was the pediatrician of the dependent's clinic at
the El Toro Marine Air Station. They will reside in Southfield, and
Dr. Weiner has entered practice with his father, Dr. Maurice B
`Samsons of SkY' March Dedicated
by Detroiter to Israel Air Force
A new march, "Samsons of the ev'ry daughter and ev'ry son.
Sky," has been dedicated by a De- That's why we must keep flyin',
to Israel's air force.
'till the final battle's won.
MISS CHERYL LAX
Gil Rubin of Southfield has put
"Take to the sky, we will fight
Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Lax of a lot of spirit into his newest com- and we'll die, for our land, from
Harvard Rd., Southfield, announce position. It is an effective musical the desert to the sea." We'll make
the engagement of their daughter composition and the music matches it clear, there is nothing eve fear,
Cheryl to Marc Paul Bocknek, son the words in power.
we're the Air Corps and proud as
The text of his song is: "We're we can be. We're up and climbing
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Bocknek of
SAMSONS OF THE SKY," and high again, defending the six
Arbor Pl., Southfield.
that's the reason why we fly our pointed star. Cheer up, we're flyin'
Miss Lax will graduate from the
flag unfurled. With the wings upon high and then, we'll show them the
college of education at Wayne State
our chest we're among the very eagles we are. With wings side by
University this summer. Her fiance
best, of airmen, around the world. side, with our courage and pride,
also is a graduate of Wayne State
We'll defend the land of Zion, we will fly far and wide, to meet
University, where he was affiliated
the foe. We've made our claim and
with Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity.
we'll honor our name, there they
He now is a junior at the Chicago
are, six o'clock, look out below.
College of Osteopathic Medicine.
"God's helping hand, we will
A December wedding has been
fight for our land knowing well,
we must keep our country free.
Though we are few, there's a job
an outline of services to hard- , we must do, ev'ry pilot and crew
of-hearing children in the Detroit will all agree We are, the SAM-
2nd Center Pool
Will Be Dedicated
The John R. Herman Pool will
be officially dedicated 10 a.m.
Tuesday at the Ten Mile branch
of the Jewish Center, announced
N. Brewster Broder, president of
the board of directors of the Center,
and Albert M. Colman, chairman
of the summer program committee.
The pool, which is an above-
ground 90 ft. x 20 ft. x 31/2 ft. struc-
ture, can accommodate up to 35
youngsters at a time for instruc-
tion or recreational use. The pool
will be available for recreational
use during the summer, following
Herman, who contributed the
pool, was a former member of the
board of directors of the Center,
chairman of the house committee,
and a member of the executive
At the dedication there will be a
demonstration of swimming skills
learned in the pool by elementary
The dedication is open to mem-
bers of the community.
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for Deaf Include
area, friends of the Detroit Day SONS OF THE SKY, with the star
School for the Deaf pointed out of David in our wings. We are, the
that the United Hebrew Schools men who love to fly, what glory
has been providing Hebrew educa- each victory brings. We'll keep
high, on the wings that we
for the past
fly, with our jet streams of white
The class was based on the marking our trail. -They're back for
wishes of the late Richard Mitch- more, so we'll add to the score,
ell, who wanted his son and other and they'll see as before, we will
deaf children to know about their prevale.
"Dive boys, and give them hell
. According to his widow, Beverly, again, don't let them get on your
the class was organized by Dr. tail. Fire boys, all will be well
Harriet Green Kopp, a pioneer in again, we're THE AIR FORCE OF
education services for the deaf YIS-RA-EL! With EL!"
here, along with Mrs. Edith Deitch,
Beverly Mutchnick, Rabbi Irwin
Groner, Howard Danzig, Albert I aul ine
Elazar and five parents of deaf •,
The latter include Mrs. Mitchell
and friends, the Sidney Blue-
stones, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Dach, the Walter Littman and
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Taitelbaum.
Information on the program can
be obtained from the United
Hebrew Schools, 354-1050.
Mrs. Mitchell pointed out that
the new facilities for the 72-year-
old Detroit Day School for the
Deaf, 1201 W. Forest, were dedi-
cated May 25.
Dr. Kopp was assigned as prin-
cipal of the Detroit Day School for
the Deaf in 1959. She has set up
classes for the mentally-retarded
deaf, for children with severe lan-
guage disorders and for those hard-
of-hearing children who may even-
tually be integrated into public
MRS. ALAN G. SCHEMER
Research programs were ini-
In a recent noon ceremony at
tiated in the early '60s and private
and federal grants have been
was wed to
n Atlas Shalom
ceived for use in areas of reading,
Schecter. Rabbi Jacob Segal offi-
language 'development and speech. Hele
Today, the day school is attended ciated.
. y some 400 students including
Parents of the couple are Mrs.
infants and pre-schoolers, through Millard Eisler of Parklawn Ave.
pupils in grade 12.
and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schecter
In the new building are 30 class-
* a gown of silk
rooms, 23 special-use rooms, li- of The bri de
organza featuring a mandarin
brary and gymnasium, together
neck and attached chapel train.
with administrative and service
A bow held her bouffant veil.
facilities available to the public in
evening programs. The second
She carried her confirmation
level contains the administrative
center and early elementary class-
Mrs. Mark Singer of Albany,
rooms. The later-elementary facili- N.Y., served as matron of honor.
ties are on the third floor.
Bridesmaid was Diane Shapiro.
The building is wired for closed- Flowergirls were Lisa Bornstein
circuit TV and computer termi- and Michele Bornstein of Toronto
nals in the classrooms.
and Stacey Schecter of University
The Visiting Nurse Association,
Bert Schecter served his brother
a Torch Drive service, provides as best man. Ushers were Bernard
nursing care in homes, industries, Bornstein of Toronto, Wayne Se-
clinics and schools under medical cord of Columbus and Billy Paria-
to Alan Schecter