Kosher Kitchen Opened in Detroit to Aid Unemployed
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Kosher Kitchen Opened in Detroit to Aid Unemployed

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A kosher kitchen was opened here at 1130 Westminster to aid the needy and unemployed. Sponsors of the kitchen state that donations from Jewish merchants guarantee that the kitchen will go on during the emergency situation without necessitating appeals for funds for its upkeep.

Rabbi Joshua L. Goldberg of the Astoria Center of Israel has been elected to the Executive Committee of the Emergency Relief Fund of the Borough of Queens to represent the Jews of the Borough.

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