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January 13, 1967 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-01-13

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Oak Park High
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Akiva Day School Boasts New Lab

NEWS

Friday, January 13, 1967-27

Susan Silk,Richa rd Gehl
to, Speak Vows iii july

Dr. Platt is Named
Hebrew University
Visiting Professor

..

Dr. John R. Platt, acting di-
rector of the Mental Health Re-
search Institute at the University of
Michigan, has accepted an invita-
tion to serve as visiting professor
in the department of physical
chemistry at the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem, it was an-
nounced by Prof. Nathan Roten-
streich, Hebrew University Rector.
Dr. Platt arrived in Jerusalem on
Jan. 12.

gy RICHARD
VICTOR

Robert Wurdock, director of
7'HS's 1964 presentation of 'Bye
l e Birdie," will again lend his
ents as acting director for "Okla-
• homa" April 13-14. Choreographer
will be Eastern Michigan Univer-
sity's former star of "Oklahoma,"
Judy Gothelf. Musical director will
be Thomas Wurdock.
Among the activities now being
planned for the semester is a pro-
gram of "cadet teaching" spon-
sored by the Future Teachers Club
at OPHS. In this program, mem-
bers of the club (which now has
• over • 100 students) will be "stu-
-' dent teachers" at elementary, jun-
ior high and high schools. Officers
of the club are president, Marion
, Hornstein; vice president, Sharon
Schumer; treasurer, Richard Victor;
and secretaries, Sue Warnick and
Alice Dick.
This year, our outstanding de-
bate team has won every debate
in its league. In the Metro lea-
gue, Oak Park came in second to
Ferndale for the championship,
but statewide won all debates to
wrap up the state league cham-
pionship. Much credit is in order
for the new coach of this fine
squad, Sim Stovack. The varsity
team consists of Robert Ostro-
vitz, Margie Cohen, David Et-
tinger and Jerry Lerman.
The senior class at OPHS has I
elected to have the song "The Im-
possible Dream" as its class song,
while the following was selected
> to be the class motto: "Today well
lived makes every yesterday a
dream of happiness, and every to-
morrow a vision of hope."

THE DETROIT JEWISH

Akiva Hebrew Day School Parents Association has presented a
complete science lab unit to the school in honor of Rabbi Hayim
Donin and his tireless efforts on behalf of the school. The facilities
are located in the new quarters of the school at Young Israel Center
of Oak-Woods. Taking part in the presentation are (from left) Mrs.
Jerome Kelman, chairman of the board of the PTA; Rabbi Donin;
Harold Lax,, PTA president; and Rabbi Manfred Pick, principal.

Youth News

A native of Jacksonville, Fla.,
Dr. Platt received his bachelor
and masters degrees at North-
western University and his doc-
torate at the University of Mich-
igan. Prior to joining the faculty
at Ann Arbor, he held positions
at the Universities of Toledo,
Minnesota, Northwestern and Chi-
cago. He has been a visiting pro-
fessor at the Universite de Parit,
Massachusetts Institute of Tech-
nology and most recently at Har-
vard University.

MISS SUSAN SILK
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Silk of Lau-
der Ave. announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Susan
Lynne to Richard Stanley Gehl,
son of Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Gehl
of Maplewood, N.J. _
The . bride-elect is a senior at
Michigan State University, and her
fiance, a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Michigan, where he was
affiliated with Alpha Epsilon Pi
Fraternity, is attending medical
school at the University of Pitts-
burgh.
A July wedding is planned.

As reported by Rector Roten-
streich, Dr. Platt will be at the
Hebrew University for the sec-
ond trimester of the 1966-67 ac-
ademic year which begins on Jan.
15 and terminates on Mar c h
and convince him of his misdeeds, 24. The Faculty of Science at the
and explain how they can harm Hebrew University, as well as its
his family and himself, and his other faculties, has for many years
congregation, not to -mention the benefited from the availability of Kfar Ivri Reunion Jan. 21
poor individuals who are forced visiting professors from this coun-
Mar Ivri campers will gather for
to live in his rundown tenements." try as well as from universities
and colleges in Europe and other a reunion 8 p.m. Jan. 21 at the
Esther Berman Building of the
parts of the world.
Honors String Symphony
United Hebrew Schools. The date
announced in lag week's paper was
of Public Schools to Debut;
Local Students Take Part Queen of England Honors incorrect.
Last year's director, Aviddor
For the first time in the Detroit Two Austrailian Jews
Klingman, will show slides and
Public Schools honors program, an
SYDNEY (JTA) — Two Jews movies of the Hebrew-speaking vil-
all-string symphony will be pre-
received awards in the Queen's lage at Camp Tamarack, and stu-
sented in its concert debut at the
Honors List. They were Bernard dents will participate in dancing,
Community Arts Auditorium, 8 p.m.
Freeman, a member of the Great singing and skits.
Jan. 31.
Synagogue, and Mrs. Ruby Rich
The string symphony consists of Shalit.
first-chair players from the high
Music the Stein-Way
Freeman was made a Knight
schools of the Detroit area and will
- iibe directed by Bachelor for many services to the
DICK STEIN •
'Jerome Stasson public welfare. He was awarded a
& ORCHESTRA
and Joseph Ker- listing as a Commander of the
British Empire in 1956. Mrs. Sha-
tecz.
T h e orchestra lit was made a Member of the
was organized British Empire.
Sir Bernard is a founder and
this year to en-
able young musi- was managing director of Metro-
cians to benefit Goldwyn-Mayer in Australia and
from the experi- New Zealand for 41 years. He re-
By Marcia
ence of playing in tired last week.
FRENCH FOLD—GOLD AND
a string symphony
Mrs. Shalit, an honorary life
SILVER LINED ENVELOPES
and also to be member of the Women's Interna-
Weddings, Showers, Bar Mitzvahs,
able to explore tional Zionist Organization, was
Anniversaries-25th, 50th
the vast litera- honored for community welfare ac-
And Accessories . .
ture that a group tivities, particularly as a leader in
Shown In Your Home!
of this kind can the movement for the advance-
646-6138
Stasson
perform.
ment of women.
Stasson is conductor of the Sha
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fine arts department head at the
new Eastern High School.
Members of this orchestra in-
clude violinists Sheila Fiekowsky
of Ford High School and Rochelle
Lincoln 5-8614
Abramson of Oak Park High;
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Ford; and cellist Richard Busch
of Cass.
The concert will also feature'
the Detroit Honors Band and Choir.
Coordinator for the concert is Dr.
Robert Klotman, supervisor of mu-
sic in the Detroit Public Schools.
There is no admission charge,
Presents
and tickets can be obtained from
individual schools and from the
School Center Building.

Beth Am Students Explore Concern
of Congregation if Member Is Slumlord

"Does a congregation have any
obligation to concern itself about
a member who is a slum landlord,
cited frequently for health and
safety violations in his tenements?"
This was the question asked
in the current issue of Keeping
Posted, a publication of the Union
of American Hebrew Congregations
(Reform), and answered by stu-
dents of Temple Beth Am's reli-
gious school.
The panelists, from grades 10
through 12, included Donn Gold-
stick, Maur e e n Davidson, Sue
Farer, Naomi Seedberg, Debbie
Midanek and Doug Rosengarten.
Donn, Maureen and Sue argued
that it is not the congregation's
business to become involved in
Rochelle Abramson
the private transactions of a mem-
ber, although Maureen and Sue
to Play in Concert of
conceded that the man might be
taken aside by the rabbi as long
Detroit Symphony
as the congregation is not publicly

Violinist Rochelle Abramson has shamed.
been selected to play with the De-
Naomi, Debbie and Doug in-
troit Symphony Orchestra Feb. 28 sisted that it is the congrega-
in a School Concert Series presen-
tion's concern to "inform him
tation. - -
that as both a human being and
Rochelle, concertmistress of the
a Jew, he has a moral respons-
Shaarey Zedek Youth Symphony, ibility to make repairs on his
was among the members of the tenements," as Doug put it.
I l Detroit Honors String Symphony
"If he cannot see his wrong-
who tried for this honor. Three
violinists were chosen during the doing by himself," said Debbie,
"then it is the rabbi's place to try
highly competitive • auditions.
She will be seated among the
regular professional performers, at- Ottawa Jews Want to End
tend two rehearsals and perform
challenging scores from "Swan School Religious Teaching
OTTAWA (JTA) — An appeal
Lake" by Tchaikovsky, "S a b r e
Dance" by Khachaturian and selec- for elimination of all courses in
tions from "The Love of Three Ottawa schools "which teach for
commitment the doctrines of a
Oranges" by Prokofieff.
religion" has been made by the
Community Council of Ot-
Western Night, Luncheon Jewish
tawa. The appeal was made in a
brief submitted to a government
I Agenda of USY'ers
committee on religious education
Members of United Synagogue
in public schools at a hearing here.
Youth and friends will meet 8 p.m.
The council also said there was
Saturday for a western-style eve-
ning at Cong. Beth Moses to raise considerable opportunity in Otta-
money for the-national USY Build- wa's "wide and varied school pro-
gram" for teachers "to build char_
ing Spiritual Bridges Project.
The program includes a square acter and to implant moral-values."
dance, a "campfire" and refresh- The council said such school ef-
forts should be encouraged and
ments.
For information, contact Karen that the teachers should be as- Tweeners at Center
sisted in such efforts "without re-
Abugow, KE 8-3149.
The junior USY group of Beth course to religious sectarian dog- Hold Band Spectacular
The Cavaliers, a Jewish Center
Moses will present a luncheon at mas which are not acceptable to
tween club, is sponsoring a band
the synagogue Saturday following all."
spectacular 8 p.m. Saturday at the
the services. Rabbi Schnipper will
The brief said that 'comparative Center.
talk on intermarriage.
religion as a goal "towards which
This program is open to all 7th,
For reservations, contact Joanne we can strive" should be ap-
Marshak, KE 4-8292, or Jeff Louis, proached "with great care and cau- 8th and 9th graders. Dress for the
evening is school clothes. The pro-
KE 4-8609. -
tion." The brief added that the gram will feature dancing and en-
council had "grave doubts whether tertainment by a number of live
there is such a thing as objective bands. There is an admission
5 AJC Chapter to Meet
Members of the American Jewish teaching in religious matters, total- charge.
Congress, University and Profes- ly free of bias, even under the
Club adviser is Dave Kideckel.
sional Chapter, will meet to watch best circumstances."
Ahavas Achim Young Adults will
the Superbowl game 3:15 p.m. Sun-
MAX M. FISHER was elected hold a square dance 8:30 p.m. Sun-
day at the home of Gay Rothen-
berg, 28805 Brooks Lane, South- Tuesday as a director of Fruehauf day at the synagogue. Admission
field. Refreshments will be served. Corp. ;charge.

LI 74770 ._

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