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November 20, 1981 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Campaign to Aid Jerusalem Aged

deHy." A goal of $144,000
contributed by Israeli
organizations, companies
and individuals will be one
of the measures designed to
keep Jewish and Arab el-
derly in 2,000 Jerusalem
homes warm this winter.

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
"Only citizen involvement
can prevent hardship to the
underprivileged," stated
Jerusalem Mayor Teddy
Kollek last week at the out-
set of the third annual cam-
paign "To Warm the El=

JAKKS

RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE

25234 GREENFIELD AT 10 MILE

967-3922

Where Dining Is An Enjoyment

1ST ANNIVERSARY NOV. 23, 24, 25

THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR KIND
PATRONAGE IN MAKING JAKKS THE SUC-
CESS THAT IT IS THIS FIRST YEAR.

20% OFF

REGULAR MENU
LUNCH & DINNER

PREPARED BY CHEF CHUCK FORMOSA

Bloch Accepts Bond Post

Booklet Focuses on Dialogue

Ivan S. Bloch of Birming-
ham has accepted the role of
president of the Prime
Minister's Club of State of
Israel Bonds in Michigan.
Bloch accepted the gavel
from the society's former
president Sam Rich, who re-
cently was elected general
chairman of Metro Detroit_
State of Israel Bonds.
Bloch and his wife, Linda,
have been designated canal
founders by the state of Is-
rael in appreciation of their
loans of seed money to help
launch the Mediterranean -
to - Dead Sea Canal energy
project.

NEW YORK — A rabbi
and a Catholic layman have
collaborated to produce a
syllabus on the growing
Christian - Jewish dialogue.

Bloch - is a member of
the board of governors of
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah
and has co-chaired its
annual dinner. He is a
member of the ways and



means committee of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek and
served as an associate
general chairman of last
Sunday's Shaarey Zedek
- Israel Bond Tribute
Dinner honoring Henry
Dorfman.

He is on the boards of na-
tional Men's ORT, the
Lubavitcher Center, and is
a member of the Holocaust
Memorial Center of Detroit
Commission.

Bloch is a senior member
of the Review Appraisers
Association. He is also a
member of the New York
Producers Guild and the
Democratic Party National
Finance Commission, hav-
ing served as co-chairman of
the Edward Kennedy
presidential campaign.
• •

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$ 9 95 Adults

$ 7 95 Senior Citizens

$ 4 9 Children 10 & Under

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CALL
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Across From Tel-12 Mall

Southfield

The syllabus, "Preparing
for Christian - Jewish
Dialogue" (St. Mary's
Press), was written by

Rabbi Leon Klenicki, co-
director of the interreli-

gious affairs department of

the Anti - Defamation
League of Bnai Brith and
Dr. Eugene J. Fisher,
executive director of
Catholic - Jewish relations,
National Conference of
Catholic Bishops.

Thanksgiving
Feast

Roast Turkey with Giblet Gravy, Sweet or
Mashed Potatoes, Vegetables, Apples Beignet
with Haagen Dazs Ice Cream or Pumpkin Pie,
Coffee. $7.95

Reservations Encouraged

Ivan Bloch, left, the new president of Israel
Bonds' Prime Minister's Club, 's congratulated by na-
tional Bonds general chairman Sam Rothberg and
Detroit Bonds chairman Sam Rich during the pre-
sentation of a canal founders scroll to Bloch.

THANKSGIVING DAY

Friday, November 20,19131 41

That happy state of mind,
so rarely possessed, in
which we can say, "I have
enough," is the highest at-
tainment of philosophy.

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Sunday 10 am-6 pm November 22 and every
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