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April 01, 1960 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-04-01

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Jacobstein
White House JTA Correspondent, Rossin-Golden Rites 'Bloomfield,
Pair for Bridge Honors
Victor Bloomfield and Ray-
Milton Friedman, Speaks to NCJW Planned for Aug. 22 mond
Jacobstein paired up to

r t

New U.S. Savings Bonds earn
cent interest to ma-
p
3 3/4 per

urit y .

.

Milton Friedman, correspon- pondent on Israel and the Mid-
dent for The Jewish News and dle East, will speak on "Wash-
chief of the Washington bureau ington in a Presidential Year."
The program
of the Jew i s h Telegraphic
is sponsored
Agency, will address a meeting
by Council's
of the Detroit Section, National
c o n temporary
Council of Jewish Women, on
Jewish affairs
Tuesday afternoon, in the home
committee, to-
of Mrs. King Shwayder,. of
gether w it h
Lucerne Dr.
the suburban
Friedman, probably the best-
branch, ac-
informed White House corres-
cording to
Mrs. James
New Band In Town!
Van Vlie t,
vice-president
MILT BURG
of public af-
AND HIS WAYFARERS
fairs.
Music for your listening
and dancing pleasure . . .
Women at-
Friedman tending t h e
GA 4-4828
program are asked to bring a
child's new toy for the ship-a-
p box program, a major project
Larry Paul
of the suburban branch, under
Furniture Service
the chairmanship of Mrs. Mor-
ton J. Barak.
Refinishing & Repairing
The guest speaker, who has
7579 W. McNICHOLS
been with JTA in Washington
UN 4-8440 UN 2-7949 since 1948, was one of the first
of the Capitol press corps to
predict the current Communist
MUSIC BY
drive for penetration in the
Middle East.
In addition to his regular
weekly column - in The Jewish
News and newspapers. through-
UN 2-2850 UN 3-6283
out the country, Friedman has

The Counts

Milton Friedman Writes on
Arab Penetration into Cuba
on Page 29
In Today's Jewish News

Dinner at

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is a real treat!

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SKYLIGHT
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Lounge and Bar

• AFTER
THEATRE
Snacks . . . a
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• LUNCHEON
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CORNER OF HARTWELL

Announcement is made of
the engagement of Joyce Ann
Rossin, daughter of Mrs. James
Rossin, 18205 Oak Dr., and the
late Mr. Rossin, to Martin Bruce
Goldin, son of Mr. Arthur Gol-
din, of Miami, Fla., and Mrs.
Alex Shar, of Teaneck, N. J.
The bride-elect attends the
University of Miami. Her fiance,
who will graduate from the
university in June, is a past
president of Alpha Phi Omega
fraternity.
Wedding vows will be ex-
changed on Aug. 22, in Detroit.

and His Orchestra

UN 3-3737

Simcha Music Nursery

Cong. Shaarey Shomayim

Pre-School children ages 2 1 /2-6
Specializing in Rhythm Band -
Music App. - Baking - Crafts.
Tues., Thurs. & Fri. $ 1 50 Per
Morn., 9-11 I Class
$1 75 Per
Afternoons Doily
a Class
12-30-3
ALSO

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SAM ROSENBLAT

50 per Day
(lunch incl.) 9-3
June 20 to July 15

$3

Master of Ceremonies
AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Transportation SOc extra .
Mrs. David Holtzman, Director

Detroit's Leading Entertainer
TO 8-2067
TO 6-5016
Allo..01.."%rosta.."
•••

Brith
Activities

FANNIE BRICE CHAPTER,
Bnai Brith Young Women, and
CARL MINTZ CHAPTER,
Bnai Brith Young Men, are
jointly sponsoring the "Farm-
er's Fling," a fund-raising barn
dance at 9 p.m., April 9, in the
Oak Park Community Center.
The BBYW group recently en-
tertained patients at Dearborn
Veterans Hospital.
* * *
PISGAH CHAP TER will
elect new officers and board
members at 12:30 p.m., Wednes-
day, in the Hayim Greenberg
Center, 19161 Schaefer. Mrs.
Carl Gould, program chairman,
announces that "The Voice Is
You," a Michigan Bell Tele
phone presentation, will be fea-
tured. In order to vote, mem-
bers must bring membership
cards, according to Mrs. Phillip
Kramer, president. A social
hour is planned.
* * *
PISGAH LODGE will meet at
8:30 p.m. Monday, in the Hayim
Greenberg Center, 19161 Schae-
fer, when the Anti-Defamation
League film, "All the Way
Home," will be shown. Zolton
A. Ferency, Detroit director of
the Michigan State Workmen's
Commission, will be moderator.
The slate of new officers also
will be presented, and a social
hour will conclude the pro-
gram.

City of Hope Couples
to Plan Games Party
Detroit Mr. and Mrs. Group
of the City of Hope will meet
at 8:30 p.m., Saturday, in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Mossok, 15854 Ilene, when final
plans for the annual games
party will be made. The latter
event is scheduled for May 1,
at Knights of Pythias Hall.

LI 3-4688

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RAINBOW TERRACE

18451 WYOMING

Is Planning

TRADITIONAL PASSOVER SEDORIM
WITH CANTOR TAMBOR OFFICIATING
MON., TUES., EVE. APRIL 11-12

Under Supervision of Vaad Harabonim
Complete Passover Dinners for take-out

FOR RESERVATIONS CALL: UN 3-4361

TAMBOR

PLEASE . . .

Place Your Holiday Orders Early
for Meats and Poultry.

NATHAN & IRVING S

Kosher Meat & Poultry Market

UN 1-7237

18275 WYOMING

— FREE DELIVERY —

Please Place Passover Gefilte Fish Orders Early.

Enjoy MRS. GRUNT'S own, strictly Kosher, home-made

• Pickled Herring
• Chopped Herring
• Pickled Lox
• Dill Pickles






Dill Tomatoes
Horseradish
Pickled Fish
Gefilte Fish

• Chopped Liver
• Cole slaw
• Pimentos
• Potato Salad

AND NOW—MRS. GRUNT'S OWN STRICTLY
KOSHER HOME-MADE FROZEN FOODS:

• Stuffed Cabbage • Fricasse
• Kreplach
• Meat Blintzes
• Matzo Balls
• Chicken Soup
• Kasha with Gravy . • Barley Mushroom Soup

c i 4vzraet GRUNT'S MARKET
18252 WYOMING near

CURTIS — UN 1-9645

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published articles in leading
national magazines and has ap-
peared with regUlarity on radio
and television news panel pro-
grams.
A member of the National
Press Club, Friedman also holds
credentials with the White
House Correspondents. Associa-
tion, State Department Corres-
pondents Association and the
Senate Press Gallery.
The 36-year-old newsman was
born in Portsmouth, Va., and
was educated at George Wash-
ington University and William
and Mary College. A veteran of
World War II, he served in a
mortar battalion during the
African campaign.
Before joining JTA, Fried-
man was a reporter for the
Norfolk (Va.) Pilot and the
Madison (Wis.) 'State Journal.

SAVE. 5

For the
Perfect Affair . . .

win the Red Cross benefit
match of the Grandslam Bridge
Club at its tournament last
Wednesday.
Other section winners were
Dr. and Mrs. Morris B. Kessler,
Rolfe Weill, Ruth Greenberg,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Charfoos,
Lawrence Wayne and Clarice
Gordon.
Irwin A. Klar, general chair-
man of the charity committee
of the Michigan Bridge Associ-
ation, which has made the Red
Cross the beneficiary of all
League charity games, states
that the fund-raising will culmi-
nate in a special game April 24,
at the Detroit Leland Hotel.

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