On August 8, Nixon resigned following the Watergate Scandal as Gerald Ford was sworn in the next day as the new President. People magazine debuted with Mia Farrow on the cover. And Hank Aaron surpassed Babe Ruth’s homerun record with 715.
“Anatefka, Anatefka, where else can Sabbath be so sweet?” laments Phillip Greenspon and Mark Blumberg in the School’s first ever play, Fiddler on the Roof.
Students take a break to enjoy the outdoors. At the elementary level, Hebrew curriculum consisted of the Bible, Prophets, Hebrew Language and Jewish practice.
One hopeful child tries to make a good impression on the admissions team. In 1974, classroom studies were booming as the first ever school science fair was held at the JCC.