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February 04, 1977 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-02-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, February 4, 1977 37

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Israeli Clarinetist to Appear in Jewish Center Program

The Jewish Community
Center will present

clarinetist Giora Feid-
man, 8 p.m. Feb. 19 in the
Center's Shiffman Hall.
Bass clarinetist for the
Israel Philharmonic Or-
chestra, Feidman has set
out on a one-man crusade
to revive a dying musical
form—"klezmer" music

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Akiva to Honor Morris. Flatt
at School's Bar Mitzva Event

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Klezmer music is the
traditional music played
at weddings and other
festive occasions, in
synagogues and homes.
Feidman is descended
from a long line of
"klezmerin."

MICHIGAN BANKARD
AND MASTER CHARGE

ACCEPTED

Akiva Hebrew Day
School Board of Directors
will honor Morris Flatt
with its "man of the year"
award at its Bar Mitzva
celebration to take place
March 6 at Cong. Beth
Achim.
Flatt is active in efforts
for -Young Israel, Miz-
rachi, Jewish National
Fund, Israel Bonds,
Akiva Hebrew Day
School, the Kollel Insti-
tute, Yeshiva Karlin Sto-
lin and more.
Dr. Harvey Sabota and
Milton Duchan are co-
chairman. Dr. Arnold
Zuroff is honorary chair-
man of the Bar Mitzva
Banquet Committee. For
information, call Akiva
Hebrew Day School, 354-
4664.

JWV

BLOCH-ROSE AUXIL-
IARY will meat 8:15 p.m.

Tuesday in the Jewish
War Veterans Memorial
Home. Following busi-
ness and hospital reports,
there will be a program on
the art of belly dancing
with instructions and
demonstrations by Valeri
Wurster. Prospective
members are invited. For
information, call JWV of-
fice, 559-5680, or Paula
Hart, 559-6815, evenings.

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Veterans Council
Honors Berman

Past state department
commander of the Jewish
War Veterans of Michi-
gan, Jack Berman, repre-
sentingJWV on the Allied
Veterans Council of
Michigan was named the
Council's man of the year
"for his outstanding work
and contribution to the
Allied Veterans Council
and all its affiliated vet-
erans' groups."
Berman has been a post
commander and memo-
rial home president and is
one of only four Jewish
war veterans to serve as
president of the Allied
Veterans Council during -
its 43-year existence.
A life member of
Bloch-Rose Post, Berman
is marking his 25th year
as a JWV member.

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