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April 11, 1969 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-04-11

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Cori numty Invited to Enjoy Summer at Jewish Center

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28—Friday, April 11, 1969

Registration for the Jewish Cen- advantage of the Sports Skills Arts and Cranbrook Academy of
ter's summer programs is now Camp, which meets daily at the Art, and by invitation is a mem-
open to the entire community.
main building, boys only. Tweens ber of the Michigan Academy.
His work has appeared in num-
The children's programs are (7th-9th grades) have their choice
divided into two four-week periods, of two programs, Safari '69. which erous major regional and national
June 30-July 25, and July 29-Aug. features daily bus trips to various shows, including Michigan Aca-
destinations, and Camp of the Arts. demy exhibitions. Cranbrook Aca-
Albert Colman, chairman of demy Alumni Exhibition, National
Transportation to and from
the Group Services summer Print Show and Michigan Painters
Northwest Detroit and metro-
planning committee of the Jew- Biennial, in one-man shows and
politan areas is available. A
ish Center, announces that Rod. in numerous gallery group shows
brochure with full details will be
ney "Rod" Landsman will be throughout the Midwest.
sent by calling the Center's
drawing and painting instructor
Camp of the Arts offers two
group services division, DI 1-
in
the Camp of the Arts pro. majors and a minor from music,
4200.
gram.
dance.
drawing
and painting,
Programs now open to nonmem-
Landsman served as arts and dramatics. metalcraft and jewelry
bers include Playland, a daily
crafts specialist
and
photography,
as
well as sculp-
meeting of kindergarten age chil- in the summer
ture and ceramics.
dren at the 10 Mile Branch, 9 a.m.- day
camp pro-
1:45 p.m.; Day Camp, at the 10
gram for the
Mile Branch, for first through
Criterion Club to Host
past four years.
sixth graders and a Pioneer Unit
He has taught art
April Follies Fun Fete
for the older camper; Summer-
in Detroit, Oak
land, for third through sixth grad-
Criterion Club for single adults
Park and South-
ers; and Funtime, Mondays and field.
ti ll present "April Follies," a
Wednesdays at the main building,
‘ariety show, 8:30 p.m. Saturday
He studied at
for first and second grade chil-
at the Southfield Parks and Rec.;
Eastern Mich i-
Landsman
dren.
gan University. Wayne State Uni re:mon Auditorium, 26000 Ever-
Junior High students can take versity, Chicago Academy of Fine green. Southfield.
Mayor Norman Feder of South-
field, will open the show, which
t‘ ill include performances by
the Monte Carlo Dance Troupe
"Liberalism and Social Change:
and continental folk dancers
The public is invited at no
Coalition or Collision?" will be charge.
from the International Institute.
discussed at a symposium 8 p.m.
Popular dancing, round dancing
Monday at the Jewish Center.
and square dancing, under the di-
NORMAN LUBOFF, iiho brings
Prof. Max Mark of the political his famed choir to the Nlasonic redion of caller Jim Petrone will
science department at Wayne Auditorium 8:20 p.m. Saturday. is follow. Social mixers, prizes and
State University, and Burton Gor- one of the world's most kia,Nx ledge- refreshments also will be featured.
The public is invited.
din, executive director of the able men in the fields of jar/.
For information, call secretary
Michigan Civil Rights Commission. popular music and related folk art
will be guest speakers this meet- forms. Luboff's ensemble has plo- iler ■ Weinberg, 341-9443.
ing, co-sponsored by the American duced over 30 albums for Colum-
Jewish Committee, Jewish Par- bia and RCA Victor and since 1963
Out itrat atop is abocue
ents Institute and the Jewish Cen- has averaged more than loo con-
ter.
. certs per season on tour.

The Detroit Jewish Center var-
sity basketball team has just re-
turned from Memphis, where it
placed third in the Jewish Welfare
Board National Tournament,
The Center's only loss was to
Allentown, which ultimately lost to
Canton, national champs. This is
the Center's first national honor.
Detroit co-captain Rick Ehrlich
made the tournament all - star
team.
Both Canton and Detroit earned
national recognition by placing
one-two in the Midwest Tourna-
ment in Detroit. The leaders in
scoring and rebounds for Detroit
in their 25 win and 6 loss season
were Ehrlich, Ken Bloom and Al
Berg.
The team also consisted of co-

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