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October 07, 1994 - Image 83

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-10-07

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Robert Kleiman and his son Jordan
Joined the hardy souls who braved a
chilly morning to participate in the
Walk for Israel May 1. Several
thousand people helped celebrate
Israel's 46th anniversary of
statehood during festivities that
weekend.

Israel's elder statesman Abba Eban
(left) addressed the December
kickoff of the Allied Jewish
Campaign, attended by 1,500
Campaign supporters. By the time
"Schindler's List" author Thomas
Keneally (shown here with Florine
Mark Ross) helped conclude the
Campaign in May, hundreds of
volunteers bad connected with
thousands of donors on behalf of
Jewish people everywbere.

The Quarter Century Club,
comprised of 1,800 longtime
contributors to the Allied Jewish
Campaign, sponsored a trip to
Washington in June as part of its
active agenda of activities.
Welcomed to the Capital by Senator
Carl Levin, participants spent
several hours at the United States
Holocaust Memorial Museum.



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