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May 24, 1968 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-24

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32—Friday, May 24, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Youth News

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Basketball Camp
Set Up by Sachs

Philip "Cincy" Sachs, nationally
known basketball coach who has
directed basketball teams in Michi-
gan for many years, announces

They Made the Grade

Detroit teacher Robert Shulman
will present 'LAURA KAHN in a
piano recital 8 p.m. Tuesday at
Baldwin Hall. Laura, a 10-yeaf
piano student, has been teaching
piano for two years. She has spent
four seasons at the National Music
Camp, Interlochen, attending one
summer on a scholarship, and at-
tended the Meadowbrook School of
Music last summer. Laura also
has won awards in writing, most
recently a scholarship for creative
arts from Michigan State Uni-
versity.: The daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Kahn of Sugar
Spring Rd., Farmington, Laura will
graduate from North Farmington
High in June.
Robert Shulman will present

Oak Park High
Headlines

By HILARY MARROW
May 18 was the biggest night of
the year for the junior class. The
Junior Prom, with its theme "At
last, Atlantis," was enhanced by a
large underwater palace built as
a platform on which the Mark Ste-
phen Quintet performed. Over-all
chairman was Deby Berlin, and
Lisa Goodman and Beth Singer
were in charge of the spectacular
decorations.
While the new addition is being
built outside OPHS, inside a beau-
tification program is under way
for the library.
Murals are being
designed for:,:,
showing between
the new and old
wings of the li-
brary. Students
participating in
the project are
Howard Benen- ,
son, David Buch,
Len Gerson, Janet .
Hilary
Marheine, Albert
Zeigher, Danny Cutler, Diane Shift-
man, Marilyn Weisberg and Russ
Rein.
"Bach with a Beat" was one of
the themes presented by the music
department's "Sing-In" Thursday.
Four award-winning groups per-
formed, including the Girl's En-
semble, which was nominated as
one of Michigan's 10 best. "Mass
in G" was accompanied by a string
quintet of teachers and junior Deb-
bie Molodofdky. Sandy Muskowitz,
also a junior, was the choreog-
rapher of the production.
The United Nations Club re-
cently elected officers for next
year's activities. They are Paul
Sweerdlow, president; David Et-
tinger, vice president; David Eg-
ner, corresponding secretary;
and Larry Herman, recording
secretary.
OPHS Redskins have gotten off
to a fine start in the new spring
sports. The golf team, hoping for
a league title, includes Jeff Mar-
kowitz, Bernie Schwartz, Bob Ve-
hon, Dave Kahn, Howard Kuret-
zky, Barry Lefkowitz, and Steve
Brandt. Our baseball team, while
not as successful, is doing well.
Members are David Ekelman,
Ronnie Ekelman, Eric Zonder,
Leon Weiss, Darryl Marcos, Elliot
Blumberg, Dale Kutnick, Larry
Farber and Jay Prinstein.
May 14, five OPHS students ap-
peared on "High School Sound
Off" a feature of WEXL radio. The
students are David Ettinger, Da-
vid Fink, Steve Levy, Joel Dzo-
din, and Tony Shields. Their topic
was "Teens in Politics."

NANCY MARGOLIS, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Margolis, of
Nadine Ave., Huntington Woods, in
a piano recital 8 p.m. Monday, at
Baldwin Hall. Nancy has worked
in theater productions at Berkley
High School and the Jewish Center;
sings in the Beth Shalom syna-
gogue Choir and is an honor stu-
dent at Berkley High School. She
will enter the University of Michi-
gan in the fall.
* * *
DANIEL KUTNICK son of Mr.
and Mrs. Aaron Kutnick of Wood-
ingham Dr. will receive his bache-
lors degree with honors from the
University of Illinois. The leader
of the Chicago Habonim Organi-
zation, Kutnick is a board mem-
ber of the central office of Ha-
bonim and director of the Habonim
Camp at Three Rivers, Mich. He
was among the honorees at the
univeristy's annual honors day.
* * *
LANA S. STEIN, daughter of
Mrs. Louisa Stein, 19381 Votrobeck,
is among 158 students to be ini-
tiated into Michigan State Uni-
versity's newly established Phi Beta
Kappa chapter. All new members
attended an initiation banquet May
16 in MSU's Kellogg Center. Miss
Stein is a senior majoring in
history.
* * *
Sixteen Wayne State University
coeds have been installed as mem-
bers of the Gold Key chapter of
tahe Mortar Board National Honor
Society for Senior Women. Among
them is SUE ANN COHEN, 20251
Roseland, Southfield.

Lekho Dodi Tradition

The hymn Lekho Dodi constitutes
the act of welcoming the Sabbath
into the community. It is the cli-
max of the part of the services
called "Kaballas Shabbos" (receiv-
ing the Sabbath). The Talmud
mentions that among some it was
a practice to actually walk outside
the city gates into the fields as a
gesture of welcoming the Sabbath
into the city just as one would
welcome an important guest. The
Sabbath is referred to as a queen
that comes to visit. Therefore, in
the synagogues of Israel, the
people walk out into the courtyard
in a symbolic gesture of welcoming
in the Sabbath which is just about
to enter.

The group services division of
the Jewish Center announces ap-
plication blanks are . available for
two summer programs for junior
high youngsters, Camp of the Arts
and Safari '68.
Held at the main building of the
Center, Camp of the Arts will
allow participants to choose majors
and minors in visual arts (drawing
and painting, sculpture and metal-
craft) or performing arts (music,
dance, drama). There will be time
during the day for recreation.
* * *

Tween Dance Will Be
the Last of the Year

The tween dance committee of
the Detroit Jewish Community Cen-
ter is coordinating its last dance
of the year 7:30 p.m. Saturday
at Shift/pan Hall.
Featured in the program will be
a live band, refreshments, prizes
and dance contest. Dress is school
clothes.
For information, call the group
services division, DI 1-4200.

Beth Moses' Chevra United Syna-
gogue Youth will hold its election
of officers 7 p.m. Sunday at the
synagogue. A social hour will
follow.

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P. `CINCY' SACKS

that he is establishing the Sachs
Basketball Camp at Camp Tanuga,
Kalkalka, Mich., commencing on
Aug. 18.
The camp season will start With a
dinner and will conclude Aug. 25
with a breakfast.
Under the personal direction of
Sachs, the camp curriculum will
also be conducted by a group of
coaches who will instruct the en-
rolled boys in the basic skills of
basketball strategy.
Information as to details for en-
rollment from Bernard Friedman,
2430 1st National Bldg., WO 2-1442.
Working with "Cincy" will be
Ralph Goldstein, former Ut of D.
captain and highest scoring guard
in its history.

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Beth Isaac S u.n d a y School's
closing exercises will be held 10
a.m. June 2 at the synagogue, and
the annual picnic will be held the
following week at 11 a.m. in Eli-
zabeth Park.
The women's club of the Trenton
Synagogue will sponsor a hay ride
for the students. Non-students who
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Trenton Religious School
to End Year With Picnic

BUENOS AIRES—The DAIA,
central representative body of Ar-
gentine Jewry, is sponsoring the
participation of a group of 25 physi-
cally handicapped Argentine chil-
dren in the special "Olympic
Games" for crippled children to be
held in Jerusalem next November.
According to Herzl Gesang, DAIA
secretary general, several Jewish
institutions have each subscribed
$1,000 for the trip. The DAIA is
working on the project in coopera-
tion with the Argentine Institute
for the Rehabilitation of Crippled
Children.

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