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March 28, 1986 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-03-28

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In less than two weeks — on
April 9 — the Allied Jewish
Campaign will celebreate its
1986 closing with a victory
party at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
The 8 p.m. gathering, featur-
ing the folksinging duo Gemini,
will wrap up many Months of
intensive volunteer efforts on
behalf of fellow Jews in need
around the world.
Gemini uses a stageful of in-
struments and vibrant, matched
voices to sing and play songs of
modern day Israel. They also
draw on their European up-
bringing to sing old world songs
in Hebrew and Yiddish. The
twin brothers — Sandor and
Laszlo Slomovits — make their
home in Ann Arbor but have
performed for audiences
throughout the Midwest and on
the East Coast. They recently
formed their own recording
company.
According to Campaign
Chairmen Stanley D. Frankel
and Paul D. Borman, the closing
party will provide an opportu-
nity to rorncrni7n the "tireless

dedication of all those who have
pushed this Campaign toward
its goal during a time of tre-
mendous increased needs at
home and severe economic pres-
sure in Israel." He urged the
entire "Campaign team" to join
ink "the evening's expression of
Jewish unity."

During the Campaign's cru-
cial remaining days, workers
will be mobilizing for a final ef-
fort to reach all those who have
not yet made their 1986 pledge.
Telethons are scheduled for
Wednesday, 6 to 9:30 p.m., and
April 6, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the
United Hebrew Schools in
Southfield.
Borman stressed the impor-
tance of "maintaining our com-
mitments to our local human
service agencies and to our be-
neficiaries overseas." He added
that Campaign leaders are con-
fiaent that "our unique commu-
nity will respond as it has in the
past and that the April 9
gathering will truly be a cele-
bration."

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an increase in cash collections
over the past two years.
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Donald Fox and Paul Zlotoff
were reappointed Detroit area
Bar-Ilan University chairmen
for a third year, announced
Phillip Stollman, honorary
chairman of Bar-Han Univer-
sity's Global Board of Trustees.
The chairmanship of Fox and
Zlotoff has seen the sponsorship
of the Hechtman Heroes Road
on campus, a group of facilities
for Bar-Ilan's injured veteran-
students to gain access to build-
ings on campus.

Dr. Jeffrey Last, president of
Oak Park Project Eruv, an-
nounces that a community-wide
lecture explaining the prop&
use of the upcoming eruv will
take place on Wednesday at the
Young Israel of Greenfield at 8
p.m.
Rabbi Reuven Drucker, the
rabbinic administrator for Proj-
ect Eruv, will deliver the lecture
which will explain what an eruv
is, what may be carried within
it, the streets included in the
eruv perimeter, and .a brief pre-
sentation on its construction.
Following his remarks will be
a question and answer period.
The starting date for the eruv
will also be announced at this
time.
There is no charge for admis-
sion.

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