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May 10, 1991 - Image 115

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-05-10

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Thousands marched in West Bloomfield on
Sunday to show their support for Israel.

Question asked at the
Jewish Community
Center by Alan Hitsky:

Why are you
participating in
the Walk for
Israel?

ANSWERS

"I think it's important to
show our solidarity with
Israel. We walk every
year?'

— Jeff Levine, 35, of West
Bloomfield, with Erica, '7,
and Michael, 5.

"We wanted to show our
support for Israel and
this is a nice, community
way to do it?'

AF•..41"

— Edie Rubin, 42,
Farmington Hills.

Counterclockwise, from top:
Howard Kirschenbaum
represented British Airways at
the Travel Fair; Ariella Yedwab
had a special perch; banner
carriers led the way for many.

"It has nothing to do
with guys!"
"It's for a good cause?'
"We owe it to the
community?'
"Shalom Aviv BBG
wants to walk together."

— Renee Rosen, 16,
Farmington Hills
— Alicia Mindlin, 14,
Bloomfield Hills
— Pam Barman, 16,
Farmington Hills
— Jodie Roth, 16, West
Bloomfield


"The cause, of course, is
self-explanatory and I
need the exercise. If it
doesn't rain, it will be
successful.

— David Lewis, 50,
Southfield


"You see a lot of people
you don't see otherwise,
it's good exercise and we
show our support:'


"It's for a field trip,"
suggested by Temple
Emanu-El Nursery
School.

— Jack Kramer, 3,
Huntington Woods


"I think it's the
obligation of every
Jewish person?'

— Seymour Serling, 77, West
Bloomfield


"I came to be with my
family and have fun:"

— Allan Ross, 16, Ferndale

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