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February 08, 1985 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-02-08

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nouncement offers the key to the
lesson for us all, a lesson explicit
in the Randolph incident. Hence,
most reasonable Americans will
agree that we should take note of
this child's misadventure — a
youngster who was sneeringly
called a Communist yet indicated
she would have voted, if eligible,
for Ronald Reagan.
Pointedly, John E. Zoino,
superintendent of the Randolph
Schools, stood up for Susan and
indicated he felt the incident
might have died aborning had it
not been for the new spasm of
super-patriotism abroad in the
land.
It would be well to remind our
chauvinists that 83 years after
naval hero Stephen Decatur, gave
America the slogan, "Our coun-
try, right or wrong," Carl Schurz,
both a general and a statesman,
refined that slogan handsomely
with these memorable words:
"Our country, right or wrong.
When right, to be kept right;
when wrong, to be put right."

Seven Arts Features

LETTERS

JVS Defends
Its Record

Although The Jewish News
editorial on Feb. 1 suggests that
the Jewish Vocational Service
sanctioned violations of human
rights, the facts establish the con-
trary. The rules referred to in the
editorial were only partially
enforced for less than three
weeks, and as a result of negotia-
tions, JVS convinced the landlord
to suspend enforcement of these
rules on Jan. 24.
The facts are these. More than
five years ago, the Jewish Voca-
tional Service undertook an ex-
periment that, to this date, has
never been tried in Michigan. JVS
established a work activity pro-
gram for mentally retarded
people in a • commercial office
building. The clients of this pro-
gram, from its conception until
the present, have had daily con-
tact with the other tenants in the
building. It was not always easy.
Many people did not under-
stand or accept the retarded
clients of JVS. The agency's staff
went to great effort to enable our
neighbors to accept, understand
and respect its handicapped
clients. For five years, JVS
demonstrated that mentally re-
tarded people could be suc-
cessfully integrated within a
commercial office setting.
Last summer, the building was
sold to a new landlord who, ignor-
ant of our success in achieving
integration, proposed restrictions
on the movement of our mentally
retarded clients that were not ac-
ceptable to the board or staff of the
Jewish Vocational Service. Dur-
ing lease negotiations, these re-
strictions were resisted. However,
when it became clear that the al-
ternative to accepting these rules

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