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May 26, 1989 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-26

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Let the Golden Years


be the Happy Years.

Kol B'Seder

Beth Shalom To Host
Kol B'Seder Concert

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tions. He is editor of Sha'arei
Shira, the new Reform
Created in 1974, Kol
B'Seder has performed at
temples, college campuses,
summer camps and in Israel.
The group has released two
albums, "Kol B'Seder Live"
and "The Bridge."
They will be accompanied
during their performance
here by Stuart Rogoff.
At 6 p.m. June 4, Tradition!
Tradition!, Alicia Nelson's
Judaica gallery, will present
a Judaica art show and sale.
Artists represented will in-
clude Danny Katsir and
Sarah Hartman.
Admission is by ticket only.
Tickets are free and may be
obtained by calling the
synagogue, 547-7970.

The cultural commission of
Congregation Beth Shalom
will present its annual Frank
Friedman Concert, "An Even-
ing of Sight and Sound," 7
p.m. June 4. The concert will
feature Cantor Jeff Klepper
and Rabbi Daniel Freelander,
who perform together as Kol
Jeff Klepper is cantor of
Beth Emeth: The Free
Synagogue in Evanston, Ill. A
graduate of the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish In-
stitute of Religion, he is a
composer of new music for the
synagogue and religious
Rabbi Freelander is
regional director of the New
Jersey West Hudson Valley
Region of the Union of
American Hebrew Congrega-

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Veterans To Honor
Jewish War Dead

Jewish War Veterans
Department of Michigan and
the Ladies Auxiliary will
honor the memory of Jews
who served in the U.S.
military on Sunday.
American flags will be
placed on more than 1,300
graves of fallen Jewish
veterans. The public is in-
vited to attend memorial ser-
vices which will be conducted
by the Jewish War Veterans
and Ladies Auxiliary on
Sunday at 10 a.m. at
Machpelah Cemetery. At
noon, memorial services will
be conducted by the Jewish
War Veterans at the Hebrew
Benevolent Cemetery (Ches-
ed Shel Emes). Flags will be

available at these cemeteries
and at the Jewish War
Veterans Building, 16990 W.
12 Mile, Southfield.
Jack Schwartz, chief of staff
and national executive com-
mittee, is in charge of the
memorial program. Milton
Klein, department com-
mander, and Shirley
Schlussel, department presi-
dent, will officiate at the
Cantor Hyman Adler,
chaplain emeritus, and
Thomas Tannis, chaplain of
the Jewish War Veterans, will
conduct the services. The
Russian Jewish War Veterans
will join the U.S. veterans at
the services.



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