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bringing and reflect the partner-
sip that links Jews of many lands.
Using a stageful of instruments
and vibrant, matched voices, they
will also sing songs of modern-day
Israel and play the melodies of her
Frankel told workers that the
next three weeks will decide the
success of the '86 Campaign. "The
bottom line is that we can't fall
short of our goal" to meet the
pressing local and overseas needs
of fellow Jews.
Borman added that "with the
ongoing commitment of our work-
ers and the continued support of
the community, we will have
every reason to celebrate a suc-
cessful Campaign on April 9th"!
Journalist Israel Amitai will
share his insights on the Middle
East with the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign's Israeli Section this' Satur-
day. The meeting is Set for 8 p.m.
at 5000 Town Center.
A highly acclaimed journalist,
television producer and public af-,
fairs analyst, Amitai began his
career with Israel's armed forces
radio and went on to become
editor of the "Davar" daily news-
Shula Fleischer is chairman of
the Israeli Section. Amalia Poris,
Dr. Leo Eisenberg and Dr. Eliezer
Basse are associate chairmen.
For information, contact
Leonard Milstone, 965-3939.
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A new • support group for
Yeshiva Gedolah of Greater De-
troit, named YIGDAL, has been
organized. The Hebrew words
that have been chosen to repre-
sent the goal of the group trans-
lated mean "io enlarge and
enhance the Torah."
The presidium of the new group
consists of Raizy . Nusbaum and
Sharon Cohen. Vice president is
Miriam Goldberg, and other offi-
cers are: Recording Secretary,
Reena Ehrlich; Treasurer, Judy
Nechama Bakst; and Adviser,
Rebbetzin Esther Bakst.
Moreover, the group has taken
on the responsibility to support a
major Torah institution of higher
learning in this area — the
A spring tea sponsored by YIG-
DAL will take place June 1. This
event will be a fund-raising effort,
and a means to acquaint •the
community with the work of this
group. For information, call
Shoshanna Gold, 967-3623; or
Hilda Cohen, 968-6348, co-
chairmen of the tea committee.
ashon is a
Amittai Rudaysky, assistant
principal; Anaruth Bernard,
president; and Alita Cyrlin, PTO
president participa:ted in the re-
cent biennial conference of the
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