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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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May 19, 1967

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 19, 1967

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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T"drewls]h Floridian
Volunie 40 Number 19
Combining TH JEWISH UNITY and THt JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami. Florida Friday. May. 19. 1967
Two Section Price 2 ] :
War
DESCRIBES SITUATION AS VERY DEPLORABLE'
L Thant Denounces Syria;
Warns of Gravity of Rift
PATIENCE WEARING
I NITBD NATIONS (JTA) -
I'mird Nations Secretarj General
I rii.iiu strongly condemned this
week recent anti-Israel activities
of Syrian backed Arab commandoes
a* "insidious, f>nt rar> tn armistice
agreements" and declared "the)
menace the peace of the Middle
East "
Holding his annual pics.
ference before the l nited Nations
THIN PAGE 10 A
Correspondents Association, the
Secretary General described as
verj deplorable" the "unfortunate"
increase in Mich activities against
in reo it weeks He said
the activities "seem to indicate
that those responsible for them
have specialized training for this
type of "activity and thai there
was an obligation on the part of
all states in the Middle Fast to
keep the peace "
Foreign Envoys Snub
Giant Military Parade
Staged in Jerusalem
(Nasser Moves Troops
WASHINGTON tJTAi The is Emhasaj In Cairo was
Tuesday placed on standby alert, according to reports received
bare as Egyptian President Nasser announced that Egypt is
placing all armed forces on an emergency basis to support Syria
aainst an alleged lane! threat
Reports described long columns of Egyptian COmbal units
and artillery rambling through the streets of Cairo in the general
direction of Israel. The newspaper \l Ahram." reflecting offi
cial Egyptian views, charged that Israeli troops were massing
near the Syrian border and that Egypt was preparing to strike
Israel from the South to help Syria repel attack
Those acts were the subject of
a complaint to the Security
Council this week by Ambas-
sador Gideon Rafael, Israel's
new chief delegate to the UN.
In a letter which he asked be
circulated imonk Security mem-
bers, the envoy warned of the
"very grave situation on the
northern borders of Israel" be-
cause of the steadily increasing
number and intensity of acts of
sabotage, violence "and armed
intervention" by Arab terrorists
"at the instigation and with the
operational planning and parti-
cipation of the Syrian authori
ties"
Thant. replying to a question on
the effectiveness of the UN in
dealing with various problems,
said he felt that the fact that Israel
and the Arab states were IN
members had enabled the UN to
play a significant role in keeping
the peace then' Observers said
that Mr Thant's statement on \rai>
terrorism was the Strongest he had
voiced on the issue.
Ambassador Rafael warned the
Continued on Page 3-A

LEON KAPLAN NOMINATED PRESIDENTELECT
JERUSALEM (JTA) Cele-
brations marking the 19th anni-
vei sarj ol the establishment of the
State ol Israel were launched here
Sunday evening as (Caddish Luz
speaker of the Knesset. Israel's
Parliament, lit a ceremonial torch
atop Mount Heril The Mount Her/I
rites formally brought to a close
the observance Of Remembrance
Day. in which Israelis paid their
respects to those who fell in the
War of Independence, and also
marked the beginning of the ln-
iii pendence Daj festivities through-
out the country,
From the northern limits of
Galilee, where Syrian-backed El
Fatah terrorists have concentrated
their activity in recent months to
Israel's southernmost port of Kilat
on the Hed sea. flags wit, raised
from hall mast positions and torch
es were lit to signal the start of
street dancing and merrymaking
that was to last through the entire
night
The first of the evening's mass
public events here was a mili-
tary tatto in the Hebrew Uni-
versity Stadium, in which 1,000
soldiers representing all branch-
Continued on Page 9-A
INVESTIGATION MADE
So. Africa
Ch ief Den ies
Nazi Bigotry
CAPETOWN JTA Pren
Balthazar Voster declared in Pa
liament this week that a thoro
government investigation of i
scuffle between Jewish and Gei
man votith in a Johannesburg i
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
29th Annual Meeting Sunday Eve
DEDICATION TO HUMAN NEED PACE 6 A
ATTACKED AS DISTORTION OF FACTS
tfON KAPLAN
te succeed lielon
Treblinka Book
Rapped by Critics
ARTHUR R0SICHAN
te be honor**1
Kaplan is a former president
and vice president ol two of Fed
The 29th annual meeting and man of JWB'a held service com- eration's local agencies the YM
closing dance <>t the Greater Mi mittow and is currently chairman ;ill(| wha t>< Greater Miami and
ami Jewish Federation and 1981 of the Jewish Welfare Board's
Combined Jewish Appeal Will Of- legacj and endowment committee Continued on Pace 11-A
ficall) elect officers for 1887-68
on Sun.lay. H p m at the Fontaine
bleau Hotel.
1 eon Kaplan, noted Miami at
torney, has been nominated as
president to succeed Joseph M
Upton.
The dinner will also pay tri-
bute to Arthur Rosichan, who
celebrated his 60th birthday this
year. Rosichan, executive di-
rector of Federation, will be
honored "for 40 years of dedi-
cated aervic* to the advance-
ment and betterment of human
welfare."
Kaplan, prominent participant in
Federation and CJA campaigns
for the last 2o years, has been a
vice president of the Greatet Ml
ami Jewish Federation for the past
four years He is prcsentl) CO
chairman of FederationS cash col-
lection committee, and is a lormer
chairman of Federations budget
committee
For the past hi years ft membei
of the board i itn-. tor- ol the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board, a
ration beneficiarj agency
Kaplan has just completed sis
years oi service as a JWB vice
president He has served as chaii
NEW YORK iJTAt A Euro-
pean Jew who survived the War
saw (ihetto disaster and five Nail
concentration camps has denounc-
ed a book by a 27 year-old French
writer describing the Treblinka
death camp
"Treblinka," bj Jean Francois
Steiner, has been poblish-d in a
translation from the French in the
United states and has been praised
as the first definitive account of
the 1843 uprising by the inmates
of the death camp
However, Alexander Donat,
himself author of a book on the
Nazi era, "The Holocaust King-
dom," has attacked the Steiner
book as a distortion in fact and
in the spirit of the events of the
holocaust. Donat criticizes the
Steiner book in a review in the
current Saturday Review.
Donai notes that sterner could
not. at his age, have experienced
any oi the events he describes in
his book, which was stimulated by
Steiner s obsession with the ques
lion of why the Jews ol Europe
let themselves be killed without
resistance The result was a book
in which. Donat writes Sterner
was trapped in the concentration
camp ol his own traumatic obses
inn
The tacts are that on. v.
2, 1943, the terrorized remnants
Continued on Page 8 A
PREMIER VOSTER
jus! o 'jest'
Durban beerhall had found i
dence ol neo Nazism or anti Si
tism
Speaking durin
hate on the development, the
mier blamed th, press fo
ing opinions thus engend*
atmosphere" for the dash on
5 when some 200 Jewish
went to the tavern, which i-
quented by German immigranti
protest a salute to Hitler last month
by the Germans
The Premier warned that
"Europe's old fights and ven-
dettas must not be imported into
South Africa." He said the Gov
ernment's attitude toward Jews
had been made clear and that no
one in South Africa wanted anti-
Semitism. He appealed to Mem
bers of Parliament to use their
influence with the newspapers
to avoid inflaming matters.
He also said that South Africans
were becoming tired of such
lions b> anj nationality studi
Police used teargas and clubt
disperse i and unruly i row I
m ho gathered outside the b i 11
during the scuffle
Hi- said that no newspai
who cared for Rood relations
Soutl sfrici s peoples would
them and thai those who d
Continued on Page 5-A


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Friday. May 19. 196"
Israel Scientist Makes Robot
iaa Perimutter left domestic cficirs director of Ame:
ew^h Z Thomas H. Gibbons Jr. rich:
director jrl office Project Equality, while Edward W.
3:qgs the project's recicnal director, looks on. Meeting took
place art ig session at the AJC's Institute of
Hurr.cr. p.o:~:rrj headquarters to discuss cooperation be-
weer. T.e IWO --?ups The AlMficcm Jewish OonmrittOT will
serve as z :eszj.::e or. lhant to this :r."erfaith program,
the methods tools, techniques and adv..
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equal ample in their own hiring, and to require equal
employment a z condition of sale in all aeneral end contract
purchasing Proidcl Equal y -:;-. ten reaicnal offices throuah-
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a synthetic duplication of the
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sion system drveloprd by I>r
Aharon Katzir-Katchataky, head of
the Polymer Research Depart-
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Science was ont of the featured
displays last mottti at the tVdera-
turn of Ami rican Societies foi I
nental Biology Show at the
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The machine, built for I>r Kat
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Developed by Dr Zatxir-Kat-
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' Jen 1st IkwIdUnn
Page 3-A
Consul Boneh to Speak at Interschool
Graduation Exercises Tuesday
Ninety three graduates will re-
reive their ttptomaa .it the jev-
nth annual Intenchool graduation
xercises of the Bureau "I Jewifch
Kducatiun on Tuesday ;it Beth
iavid Con^recation
The Kncluates will include 76
iiinior hijjh school students from
\ e n Hebrew congregational
school* .i'"i l" graduate! from the
Bureau's Central Hebrew Hi h
School
The program will include *
tribute to great writers of the
Haskalah period, a special trib-
ute to S. Agnon, Nobel Prize
winner, and an address by Zecv
Boneh. consul general of Israel.
D i .MM!.,s ,|| !, ented to
i lors of the junior high
' lull II
i hoo and by l lei bei t ,' i Bei
i1
to gi > of thi
,
A in uatcal intei ludp will be pn
sen ted b) Ihe junior chrui i B< h
ira..... ion under the til
ectinn 'i Miss arol MacK<
CONSUL GtNtRal oONtH
I Tluint Issues I TV
Warning to
Continued from Page 1 A
ritj i ouncil in his li I
in Syria persisted in it*
>ressive policy" and it~ ad
.entuioua course ol action
s proi Dking tension in Ihe un
| mi M bold i' responwl
..II the consequent i an I in the
Pice <>f continuous Syrian pro
tlon and thr. II i-
ully entitled to act in sell d (fense
- circumstances warrant
ll- listed xven "grave inci
enta by terrorists In the P>
.mi weeks lie said these mi luded
sabotage, mining "t roa : ai
nfiltration, moutar shell
, which culminated in ihe
feu (!.i\ s in all ici on
, ions: main roads "
He stressed that batteries used
to detonate eHplosiwes have in
scriptiom "in Arabic to the ef-
fect that they were of Syrian
Syr in I nils
make, manufactured by the Sy
rian Defense Ministry" and that
footprints of the perpetrators of
the terrorism were found lead-
ing to Syrian territory."
He also noted lhal not< s arr>
tag the name of Kl Fatch, on<
the terrorisi groups, found near ihe
-Mrs of incidents stal - led organixation *ould not
i late to siilice al Israeli e
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Volume 40 Number 19
Friday. May 19. 1967
9 IYAR 5727
Israel Patience
Is Wearing Thin
H s sad that on the occasion ol
bet 19th anniversary. Israel should
ce again find herself beiecjguerea
bee llueatening; Arci neighbors.
We are plea? t UN
try General U Thant tl week
pre-
feel


... .. .
Ann .'.ce Co:; i leet-
ring the A
veen the two c
OSt .s.x v es.
Al least c gcod parr prob-
. the Middle East -s as a
sequence of pussy foot coservc-
.3 that either fed] completely to
. a spade a spade or thai make a
Id assessment of the ciiiiculty
without really being farm about it.
The Israel-Syrian scufiles since
.ast January are clear In the matter
of who the aggressor is. Not even the
United Nations has equivocated
about that. But there is a vast dif-
ference between equivocation and firm action.
Somewhere in between lies the method the
UN has adopted a poweipufi approach to
what Israelis warned the world last week they
are no longer willing to tolerate: gratuitous in-
vasions ol their territory by Syrian terrorists.
In 1956. Israel struck secretly and with
lightening speed to crush Egypt's iedayeen
raiders. Today, somewhat more concerned
about the reaction of her "allies." Israel is re-
peatedly declaring that her patience has long
since worn thin. Unhappily, further Arab ag-
gression will necessarily mean retaliation. It
will be sad if once again the free world pre-
tends ignorance of the provocation while bru-
tclly stepping down on the retaliation.
Enough warning has been given. Such
amelioration of an intolerable situation as the
United Nations seems capable of giving does
not appear to be sufficient to stem the aggres-
sive Arab tide.
Benign Premier Voster
The world press durina recent months has
been painting a rather benign portrait of South
Africa's new chief. Premier Balthazar Voster.
Surprise has been expressed, and happily,
that he is far from the cold and unapproachable
curmudgeon his assassinated predecessor was.
But events occuring in Capetown now sug-
gest what one had to suspect all along: that the
portrait is a public relations exaggeration.
Commenting on a clash between some 200
Jewish and German youth in a Johannesburg
suburban beerhall on May 5, Premier Voster
observed that the German shouts of "Heil
Hitler" were nothing but a "jest."
So far as he seems to be concerned, the
Jewish community of South Africa is making
too much of the whole occurrence.
If the Premier had any sensitivity to the
situation whatsoever, he would realize that no
one of even the sliqhtest degree of ensitivity
to the world Adolf Hitler built can regard such
shouts as a "jest."
It will be sad for South Africa, with its
growing history of violence rooted in a dis-
criminatory apartheid policy, if Premier Voster
does not change his mind.
Apart from whatever emotional feelings
victims of Hitler Nazism suffered in whet to
some seems all too sadly the dim past, the
magnitude of the battle described in the onginal
news reports was bigger than the Prime
Minister's "jest" can easily accommodate.
If former Prime Minister Verwoerd was as-
cetic and forbidding, at least one knew where
he stood.
Tribute to Rosichan
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation will
install officers at its annual meeting Sunday
nioht m the Fontaineb'.eau Hotel, with longtime
Miami leader Leon Kaplan taking over the
presidency from Joseph M. Lipton.
At the affair, the Jewish community s central
planninqand fund-rai-ina orgenization will also
honor its executive director, Arthur Rosichan.
"for 40 years of ill'-strious service and noble
dedication to the advancement of human wel-
fare."
Mr. Rosichan's citation will come on the
occasion of his 60th birthday.
The community w;,l join him in locking
bock on many decades devoted to the cause of
Jews here and abroad
Federation's director has a lona and dis-
tinauished record in the social work field ooing
back to 1928. when he received his Certificate
from the Graduate School of Social Work. Since
tu*n. th pursuit of his nrcfession has taken
him to Jewish communities both in the United
Stales and Canada, where he stood at the helm
of a variety of welfare programs designed to
serve local, national and overseas needs.
In addition. Mr. Rosichan has made numer-
ous trips to Europe and Israel, where he was
able personally to observe how funds he helped
raise were being spent in the advancement of
Jewish humanitarian endeaver.
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
lonor to him Sunday night will be but a step
Dn the road he travels in the advancemnt of
Jewish welfare.
Extradite Stangl
Although, one car easilv understand just
why Sen. Kennedy, of New York, has done so,
Dill it is gratifvinq to not*> that he is ura'nq
Brazil to extrcdite Franz Stanql to one of the
three countries seeking him for a war crimes
trial.
As a consequence of a recent change in the
Brazil administration, some question now exists
as to whether the aovernment will honor the
trio of extradition requests.
In his plea. Sen. Kennedy noted that docu-
ments indicate Stanql's irrefutable involvement
in the slauahter of hundreds of thousands of
Jews at Treblinka and Sobibor. Justice, he em-
phasized, must be done.
We agree.
The Tragic Story
Of the Jews Who
Had to Hide Out
BY PHILIP SLOMOVITZ
A famous Catholic name em
erges in its fullest glory in Henry
Kamen's The Spanish Inquisit
ion-' (New American Library
Publication! Karmn's appraisal
of the tribunal of horror and
tvranny describes the plight of
"con\fM' be-
came convert* to Christianity in
order to dangers of
the Inquisition.
Tragic Story
The si
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has been i
:
relates the basic
Levola's refu*a1 l Id I
-i:rcs from the bigot
Loyola was so adamant in
adherence to faith that .
dent at Alcala in 1527 h. wai
even mspected b> hi* antagi
of adhering to Juda'sm Counter-
ing the hysteria. Loyola (!
that he was practicing Judaism,
and there was proof in his con
tention. since he stemmed from a
noble Spanish family in the
Guipuzcoa province where there
were no Jews at all.
Lovola's Rebuke
Later, however, h- told a *:roup
of friends that he would have con-
sidered it an honor to stem from
Jews, explaining "What! To be
related to Christ Our I/>rd and to
Our Lady of the Glorious Man1"
Especially interesting is the
account of Loyola's rebuke to a
friend Don Pedro de Zan.t.
who had spat when mentioning
the term "Jew Loyola spoki
gloriously about .lews and Juda-
ism that h,. all but convinced his
friend to Income a Jew.
The account of Loyola's refusal
to adopt a policy of hatred for
"convenoa" tells about the pres-
sures that came from Archbishop
Siliceo
Refused Change
According to Kamen Ignatius
refused to change his
attitude All through the contro
verty in Spain about the atotutea
of limpieza' "limpieza de sangre"' or purit> of
blood, by which descendants of
Moors and Jews were forbidden
to hold any public office>. and up
to his death in 1556. he would
not allow his order to discrimi-
nate against COnverSM and when
con versos did apply to nntcr its
ranks he advised them to join the
Company in Italy rather than in
Spain When talking of the lim-
pieza" cult he would refer to it
as 'the Spanish humor' el
humor' espanoi. or, more bitingly
on one occasion, humor de la
corte y del Ke> Fspana "the
humor of the Spanish king and
his court."
Opposition
Because of the opposition of
the Jesuits Siliceo conceived an
ardent hatred of the order, and
in this he was followed by other
prominent members of the Span-
ish clergy and the Dominican-
controlled Inquisition Ail three
Generals of the order after Loyola
ere firm in their opposition U
the itatul The immediate a
...
of Jesus was I tego Lainei > n
erai U 1565.
The fact that he was a rinv.
p I! use t*r
In a lettei
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"nearer
into the rank: i I Society of Jesus.
He u :'!. to Prim Ebotl Phil.p
il i primi hi ister
'Win '.- king keep in his
service a and y, who are con-
Vtraoa? If his Majesty disregards
in tho>* he places m his
household, whj should I mak>
out admitting them into
the f that Ix>rd for whom
there is no distinction betv
persona, between Greek and Jew.
or barbarian and Scythian""
Worthy of not) is another sign:
ficant hiatori< statement cor
dt-mning racialism Francis
Villanueva. as rector of the Jesuit
Alcala Coiieg. objectlni
anti-converaoa campaign, arrol
Ignatius Loyola
Defends Poor
It is a creat pity that th. n
is to be aobody willing to
have these poor people an>wl.>
to s!.i\ i.n earth, and I would like
to have the energy to become
their defender particularly since
one encounters, among them more
virtue than among the Old Christ-
ians and hidalgc
For the record it is important
that it should be known that there
was a vociferous minority that
disapproved of the Inquisitio -
methods, and when Ixnola I'm-
versify ia mentioned it should be
recognized as having been nmed
after a \.r> great spiritual figure
in Catholicism
follfjjf Tradition
It is also interesting to note
that the Loyola collegiate tradi
lion began with the establishm. nt
of the St Ignatius College in
Chicago. Sept 5. 1870. Loyola
University'i charter was acquired
Nov 21. 1909 A Catholic uiver
sity Dictionary' of Saints" st
that the members of the "con>
pany of spiritual aoldlen'1 ht
founded originally intended to be
miaatonariea in Palestine, that
for 44M) years its members "dll
tinguishtd themselves especialK
in fields of education *'
tVhUa this is primarily a Catho-
lic story, the courage of an
eminent Jesuit of the lflth ten
tury who opposed the persecution
of the Jews during the Inquisition
deserves recognition in Jewish
records.


Friday May 19. 1967
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Page 5-A
So. Africa Nazi Bias Denied
Continued from Pq 1-A
d-libera'dy were loin? harmful
things Tic Premier warned thai
peraoni *ho iwk matters into their
own handa ui mch disputes could
not it to be releWWo# py
men) < Bjnes
He said no one desired such in
esdenti nd that the) would not be
tolerated He !-'> asserted that
some ci the young German im-
migrant- who had shouted "He.I
Hitler" ,n the beerhall had done
so as a jest" and not because they
are Nazis or neo-Nazis." He also
said thai exaggerated reports of
the "Jest" had aroused Jewish
feel
to Hitler took place the authorities Jewish communal
should ad against incipient Na Martyred European
zism The event was held at the Weatpark Cemeterj
monument I >
Jewry a:
here
Prior to flie Premier'* state-
ment, concern was expressed by
Tec"_y Schneider, president of
the South African Jewish Board
of Deputes, and by the West
German Embassy press attache.
Schneider told 5,000 participants
in a Remembrance Day cere-
mony for the Jewish victims of
the Naxi holocaust that the cata-
clysm created by Hitlerism must
never be forgotten.
He then cited the Hitler salute
incident and the reaction of the
Jewish youth The press attache
statement declared that the Em-
bassy, "as much as anj Jew," de-
plored the Hitler salute incident.
The statement blamed "irrespon-
sible youths win. were too young
to experience Nazism' for exalting
Germany's Nazi pa.>t The state-
ment also asserted that a majority
"i German migrants to South Af-
rica wanted "no truck with neo-
Nazism "
l Schneider told the Holocaust
Day rite that it was understand-
able that Jewish feelings would be
aroused by such activities, espe
cially those of Jewish youth |It-
added that every rightminded per-
son deplored violence but that
when such incidents as the salute
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Frenchman 9s Book on Treblinka Hit
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Friday. May 19. 1967
'Jenlstt rhrMkwi
Page 9-A
Dr. Slawson Retires
From AJComm. Helm
Israel Marking 19th Year
Cori'mued from Page 1-A
ti o* t Israel Dfense Force*
part in a colorfjl ceremony
of 19 huge beacons
each year of Is ael's ex-
net Tie tr?cps included set-
- from Up>t Galilee, aga n
'oietront of Israels en
'. ri'ers, and veterans
:' e famed Palmach ihoch
1 berated Ga'nee i9
ears ago.
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'A tSHING ro.N JTA
lent J I

Israel con
\h Shatai
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rcasi< the 19tti annivei
,.i |si .i> i s indept nd
i he mi --.'. read
I ,im pli ased '.<> send
* anneal congratulation! to
and i" the people of l>
rael on the li'tli anniveri r>
ni Israel's independence We
recall with pleasure your
\isil with us last summer
and arc gratified D> the
, lose friendship and fruitful
cooperation that continues
to characterize relations b<
tween our two nations We
will continue to work togeth
ei toward .< world in which
men everywhere can li< e in
ee ami prospei
Shazar Prime Minister 11 \.
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The main address at the dinner
was to bo given by Morris B
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can Jewish Committee, and by
Dr. Slawson, rcspondmq to the
tributes. Juc'.ge Joseph M. Pros
kai.er and Jacob Blaustein, form-
er presidents who are now hone
rary presidents, also were to
speak, paying tribute to Dr. Slaw-
;on, while Irving Engel, third
former president, was to make a
presentation to the retiring ex-
ecutive. Z.ihariah Shuster the
Committees European director
was to make a staff tribute.
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Friday. May 13. 1967
League Holds Awards Luncheon
Suburban League members
aileixliil the annual awards lunch
eon as a "thank >ou"' parly for
"aflOfta in behalf of Variety CMM-
reii > Hospital.'"
The volunteer group, which tea
rui.se*! ver $5,000 fer the hospital
in the past year. w> bonufed
Monday, noon, at Kind* Bay Coun
trs Club, affording to Mrs. Jay
Mitchell, chairman of the anfual
(\cnt Co-chairman i> Mr Harry
Barson. membership vice BffOfi-
ilei't
Singled out for special reconi
ticn waa> the fattavinf fuad
- who aavt i attaetad s- "",1
f,.r th.- hospital Mrs Cooki
Mi- Jack I >- M ,N
Mitchell, and Mrs Sam t tor.
Members also parties itad in
a fashion show fiatur,
Bert) K.'shion- of Coral Gal
Mi- Ah in Ko.scn is ne r-elect-
e young Adult Singles
"YV Young Adult Sir; Tlub
featured a March-Mellow Total
aria" at an outdoor soru' on the
patio of the YMHA. tttOu HI Btli
St here recently A &pec. cat program under the Kara high-
lighted th- evening. <
played a VOrifft) : musical numt>
an. Ml -mule tfWti i; to 28
\ears of ,iu- Mff in\il*.i i
Iti nil
Co: n class oi Beth Moshe Conqiega- Naftali. Laura First. Maiaaret Lenkway.
n Sunday, fol- \ L.nda Rosokott Carol Glatter.
a recep- ?op:el Social Hall. Sally Richman. Michele Hersch ond Robin
mands. hor, Cantor Ben Rciter.
henbaum. are left to righl Nina
Israel Alerts World Powers
Her Patience Wearing Thin
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The Israeli envoys have also
been instructed to bring to the
attention of the governments Is
dad's extermination to react at
any other government would to
protect the lives of its cittxens
nd its territorial integrity if
aggression continued.
Bban also Issued a waraftai
Syria against believing it could
-end marauders into Israel without
risking Israeli reeponat Address
i Hebrew University students
ling, he stressed also that Is-
rael would not accept continued
Syrian aggression and said "ever)
government with .< healthy Lnt<
tional conscience is duty bound to
side with Israel's refusal to ac-
quiesce in such aggression" He
also called for strengthening the
nenta and for their
impli hi in -.pint and letter
Chapter Gavel
Changes Hands
Rabbi Max Zucker conducted the
nonj for Fl< rida
pter, Women's I.< ague for Is
Mi Sol Horn i< e< pted
the president's gavel from Mrs
m i< ae n Ma) 4 at I
Towei -
Othei s ushi office
president, Mrs Israel Sell
wart] recoi dii Mrs
.-. financi :i seer*
in : \li Lilliam t r< ed
man (oi responding secrets .. Mrs
Rose Finblatt; sunshine chairman
m: Doris Brookman publii i>
chairman Mrs Syli la Pi i Iman;
membership i hairmen Mr- Best
- ;. Mi Frei R< fresh
menl committee Mrs BV
witt. Mrs. Gerl
i haii Mrs Mai j
in; chaplain, Mrs
mil
Mill* r M I
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Taten.
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hiring tc
in. in< !'
'- piante
a militar) truck

N mak it. n brie

miei i I
r the
rrorist actn Ities of the El f
coeaaaande group Hi ahv
an interview with th; army weeuly.
Bamachne that no cOtttT) t
suffer silently and endlessl)
graaaive acts committed h\ tta
emmii- l"he Premier however
denied an> sinulaiits baU*aan the
Aral) guerrilla attacks and the Viet
Nam situation declaring ther,. i>
nothing in common between them
He raised tin- possihihtx that II
Fatah commandoes were trained
by the Chinese Communiats,
The Premier also warned that
if the terrorist activities continu-
ed Israel would be forced to act
against bases for such actions
wherever they might be. Speak-
ing at a meeting of his Mapai
party, the Premier also revealed
that "new and important" wea
pons would be shown in the 20th
anniversary celebration next
year. However, he said, they
would not be enough to ensure
Israel's security.
Israel Balili, the Inl......ation
Minister, told a meeting ol Achdut
Avodah, Mapi's coalition partner,
that Israel could not endlessl) ac
cept terrorist infiltrations and
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igiOMS
s.
crvices
Pjmpano Beach Conservative. Rab-
bi Morn* A. Shop. Cantor Leon
Segal.
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ik >. r. ;i rural
aervative. Rabbi Alfred VVanman
Fi Ida) %:\i p.i n "The I
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and ii<* al r Z >iui
AGUDATH ACrtlM. The Martinique
Hotel. S423 Collini Ave Orthodox
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AGfOATH ISRAEL 78C1 Cariyle Avr
Vthodea. Rao* Itaac Uvtr
AH AVAT SMALOV CONORCCA-
TION. ?85 SW 6'th Ave. Cwthodoj^
Cantor Morria Birr
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ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave
Conservative. Emanuei Kusheiwita
president. Cantor Sol Pakowitx.
----
IETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave Con
aervative. Rabbi Soi Landau. Canto.
W.liiam W. Lioaon.
r s IIS p.m H
IbutkMi '. Bantera
Jewrj '" Jew -' N' -' Saturdaj
:< m Eterm < "The Torah Leeeon
ttltavah Mr. i II : Vr and
M l onard Lubitl

8!
CANDliLIGHTING TIME
9 IYAR 8:46 p.m.
*

Conservative. Rabbi Aaron Feier.
s |i m ,-.,iu'.I lam Kir
Mltcvah l'..i>' son Mi- Sard ; -1 -1
\ .. in
IETH TFILAM 93S Euclid Ave Or
thodoa. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
ETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave
don Rabbi Solomon Srh M
. > 7 4 p.m 8 iturdnj *
Sermon "Strength in Rellgloi
; 10 p in
----
IETH ISRAEL 770 40th St.
dot Rabbi Berel Wain.
Ortho
Min-
Ortho
ETH JACOB 30' Washington Avf
Orthodon. Rabbi Shmaryahn T
Svs-irsky Cantor Maurice Mamehee.
-
ETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th vr
Modern Traditional Rabbi Ma
Shapiro Cantor R-mam.r "-" A-
i m Saturda '
(is, HII '
l u -.
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ETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13610 W Dixie Hw> vr
Rabbi David Rosrnfeid Ca"to- Sey
mour Hinkes
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BETH SOLOMON SO NW 5't P'
ETH TORAH 164th St and NE 11th
Ave Conservative Rabh, Max Lip
sch'tx Cantor Jacob Renrer
> ida and 1:15 Mltat 1
, Mrs
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1'NA RAPHAEL *01 NW 11rd SI
Conservative Rahh, Harold Richter
''antr.r Jack keener
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Ml | v.

CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI 1249 *Jh "313" Ave
Orthodox Rjbbi Dov Roiencw* g

-T LAL'DERDALE EMANL EL "SO'
S And'ws Ave R-t-irm R.ibb>
Rich.ird m Levlton Cantor Jeromr
Kle-'nt

FT L'lDERDALF TEVPLc BETH
ISRAEL 547 E Oakland P.ik Blvd
fKablinical JelevUion J~ rogrant*
May 21 Ch 10. 11 m "Jewish Worship n
bi Kiehard M Leviton. Temple Emanu E
Fl Lauderd
May 21 Ch 7 'Still Small Voice
Host Rabbi Jonah E Caplan
Rabbi B< n I Wein
Topu "E< les"
May 73
:
Fr
Re*
Rat-b, Phil.p Chaiton Cantor Theo-
dore Mmdich.
a
HAILANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
'26 F. Haliandale Bea:h Blvd. Max
J. We.ti officiates.
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Or Orthodox Rabbi Alexander
Oroas
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE S'NAI 1201
Johnson St Conservitive Rabh,
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heiibrann
a
SRAELITE CtNTJ R Vi SW 25th
St Conservative Rabbi Avrom L
DrjA-m Cantor William B. Nussen
a
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE '532 Washington Ave
Orthodox Rabrv Tibor H. Sterr
Cantor Meyer Engel

KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Avf
Orthodox. Ratibi David Lehrf.no
Cantor Abraham Ball
- a
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE 373?
Bird Rd. Modern traditional Max
W Temchm. president C mtor Lo-'S
Coh. n
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)HFV SHALOM Normandy Or
Orthodox. Rabb, Ph neas WeP'
man.

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I
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TEMPLE ZAMORA 44 Zamora v>
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER M
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Ra^bi Sherwin Staubor. Caftj-
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1542 44 Washington Ave. Rabbi S>f
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Man's Free
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BY RABBI SOL LANDAU
Bath David Conoragation
HOL L Y
Reform
rCMPLB BFTH EL OF
th Ave
P -, -a'fe

I

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St Conse j '
. ht-iLthl of hi> physical ^iren^th
particular, man fceli Uat he i i
iiid-t.-r of Ins destin) and rx
In the I'lblical message which Bs lt (, will remain on th:-
Mrill be read on this Shahliat. forever
Mime ot the most important mki.iI It 19 true that man must
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is tho r^^^^ I ,ll,u' '"' "Ulsl '"' i,r,'i'ar'
rwent) Fifth Vm I were his last However,
'hapter of the ^^k
Book ol Leviti- "* t^r|B th,'!
in Jk MW | is essed by the very drivi
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return ^^^^^^^^^^^ 'hat
i.iii ifobbi londoo hich pna snkind I
;:,' inn, retain his humanity The
|0 ,s,irk mi the
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the meat sevei th month, I
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TEMPLE D".l 5HOLOV 1M0C N v*.
22nd Ave Cnsrrvat. ve Cantor
Abraham Reiteman.
-
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Wiemg
ton Ave. Co-srrvativf Rabbi irvmg
Lrhrman Cantor Zvi *

a
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GHEATER Ml
AMI. 137 NE 1th St Reform Pabc
JoieDh R. Ni'ol


TEVPLE ISRAEL OF .<' R A v A R
3i00 SW b?th W>y Co-'ervat,ve
Rabbi Irwin Cutlae.

TEMPLE JUDEA 550C C-jnada Blvd
R-'orm Rabbi Morns K.poer
I U .
TEMPLE MENOHAw c?) 7-jth St
Conservative Rabh, V,-r Ahiam
o*tj Cantor Nico Fidn an


TEMPLE NER TAV U BOth St and
Tatum Waterway n t-ji,
tional. Rabbi Eugene Laoov ti Can
tor Edward K'em
TEMPLE OR OLOM lervativi
v i sa isti p ,hh
Ralph G i m a n Cantor H-
M a i
lAl OF N -
Ten
I
'
TE MPLI SULU i -
SYNOPIS OF THE TORAH PORTION BEHAR
r ields !'. fall > e h -. i th year Shofai pun li
fiftieth ubile
The seventh year shs hath neither sow th)
field I !- 234 hallow the fiftieth year and

R "And ,, ||0Ui t rj
w :' 'ahuh I give you, tht
'' Mm- teventh
' ',|!"-: the land thou shall
*o ,,|S fie d thy vineyard Aod
produce of ll lb food for you foi ih
I ii th) sen i,,.,.,, .
*'' sett lei b) tl thai sojourn with the*); ar.o
thy cattle, and foi the are in thy land (Leviti
J.) 1 7
abbatical years, the 30th veer i- I
rved as a iubilee I hat which groweth ol itself of thy hai\
,h"' yittcus 23 5) Scripture then stales i
hallow the fifeth year, ai d proclaim Hberty thi
land unto all th.- inhabitants thereof; it ihall be .< Iubilee i
Ye shall retun e\erj man unto his posses
Leviticus 29 10 I
me law- pertaininj I thi sabbatical yeai hold ti
"' ,f;'' jubilee In fields return lo theh i
owners *v< e to return to his hoi
nied, it i
...
if Ih) I' r |,
ind a set
he live with thi r In.
. 'is.' with thee
i t not
This recounting of tht Weefciy Portion of the Law >
fracted and based upon "The Graphic Hit'ory a. tha Je*
Haritage edited by P. Woltman-Tsamir, $15 Peblither i
Shengold. and the volume it available at 11 William S-, Naw
York 5, NY. President o. the tociety dittributing ha ve'u-i
it Joseph Schlano.


Icy. May 19, 1967
" Jen /. Page 13-A
ibbi's Father,
iritual Leader,
(ad at Age 73
OTNEf DEATHS IK.
Jabbi Mailech Lipshitz, of 4530
\on Rd.. Miami Beach di*d here
iday. May 14.
iHe was the father of Rabbi Max
|p-chit/, spiritual leader of Beth
)rah Congregation, anfj presi-
rnt of the Greater Miami Rab-
Inical Association.
Rabbi Lipthiti. who died at
the i9* of 73, cam* to Miami
from Detroit, where ho was
^bom, in 1939.
He attended the Sfat Kmet
i liva in Jerusalem and various
| lie ) -iiiv I rabbinic positions in Detroit
>'( i York City
?ther survivors include
'it!'- Mrs Norma Rabino
*/ Miami I'." .< h; Mr- I
Rot hesti r N- V; Mrs
R
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Miami News
ivcr's Moth-r
Pasres Away, 9j


i
yea
i I 0200 SW 87th Avi
Mrs Kassewitz cam* to the
Urn tec* States from Russia at
the torn of the century, and
lived with her parents in Cocoa,
Fla Sh and her family moved
to Georgia after her mar.iage
to the late Joseph Kassowiti in
ItM.
There are three other sons sur-
viving, including Harold. Samuel
and I)r Julian Ka&M-n Also sur-
viving are a sitter, Mrs Bessie
I (ioldvnhtrg; seven grvidchillren,
[ 'j.:.. real rsmdchUdren
Private tervicci were Monday.
IMay 15. at Gordon Kuncra! l!ome


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Friday. May 1- .967
Today's Thought:
By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Rabbi Wise and Rev. Holmes in One Biography
double biography?
That would be a book about the lives
>:' 'wo peopl,.
Yon don't often see one. but \ohime is available to you and if you
Mart reading it yon won't stop quick!)
For this remarkable tome glorifies two
of the must ulonous personalitn
By:
Amoruan hislon Rabbi Stephen Wise .Hid the Rev
"hri Haynes Holmes.
Those two clergymen were contemporaries Living in
Vork 'heir imprint was {(It all over the world
Holmes, the great Unitarian, never stopped drumming
the wars of peace A splendid orator, he thundered against
lity and iniquit)
<>\cr at Carnegie Hall, and in platform* all over the
MAX LERNER
Svetlana Came Off Beautifully Here
TO DEFEND HER


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ol the Russian national i w h i h cuts
mes I the embracing humanitj which
., I the best mediu
. thai
Capitol Spotliqht: Sv MILTON FRIEDMAN
A I S. Paradox
W.i
THE ADMINISTRATIONS
' atiflcation ol ihe
,i noi ide Conven-
in erroneous mi-
America lias
thing to hide Tins fear was nidi-
recent hear
on i N human ri h' pacts
\ Si i ( i i Relalions sub
comm .i result oi .i "deal declined to in
Mil de amoi I es considered The sub-
nmittei said iti responsibilities were limited to
considers! oi if I \ < onventions on political rights
n, forced labor and slat erj
Witnessi fied that failure of the United
l< to ratify Ihe enoi ird sign, an)
nmunisl nations, afforded America enen
opportunity to chargi taien i with hypocrisy
on human rights
W'h) is Wa act on the
This natii n urged its adoption i>v
Nal m because the conscience ol man
kind w.. thi n.i/i murdei oi Jew i
and others, Bui conservatives claim that the UN
could ii domestii American racial issuei
taothei i ar n high places is that Communist re
nes ihe i nited Stab w ith geno
Viet !
pointed out
:.,-., p. ihro li our
1 nstitul .ill om

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tiul it must sinn!.iil\ I-' em
......cide ( onvi i lion has no
poKsibh taierii an militarj "i" i itioni
in Viet Nam In fact said the Jewish witness "the
ii limited precisely to disallow such
i ever being made
In ins authoritative "Commentary on the Gen
-Mid. Convention." publish.-d m )f*K>. the late Dr
Nehemiah Robinson, eminent international lawyer
Obasrved that I committee of the United Nations
General Assembly deleted a reference to 'political
groups," despite it! inclusion In earlier drafts
ne may evei I to Svetlat ass audiet
but thai cling to oni less
hat her
ht< 1 befon I i I
Ihe Part
assui

The qui
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to Hitler, how mui h ti
how much lo Robi spierre how
much tn the cultural n olution If I
n's I lot would clef.'Ml him a l
and wou he sins of ihe *)
III ild hen have (hi dut> of Iracii
was about Ihe lhal led lo Ihe suspicions,
ds intrtgui sadisi es If 1
I
couldi
boul In i falh.
his illness, and lhal ilural
I: i wni his h.lii. I. to I W;.!;! lo
t Bui nuld l necessai ii> know '
\ e hlOgl 8| :' 1 :'' !
\von papei Ihi authoi lives four versions
ol them \... \
i but all oi th> m invest] ath with
mvter> and ii i nee on ihe part "l his ass
,ii.-. then at leasi with curious failure lo el i
medical help when Stalin was felled b> in- stroke Ii
etlana tries to reach her fathei phone, but
.iiiii has to wait two days befi i
tn see linn During thai time his .,--
pal h w atch ov ei him
Vbout her mothei d< ath, too Boi
n Isaac Deuts< hei's less ho tile s'. Bio
i aphv Vintage Russian Libra
ihe part) held b) ihe commissars >i ihi quarrel be
tween Stalin and his wife Vleyiuva
out ol ihe part) We know thai *he went h<
shew;.- found dead Beyond thai then n mysterv \
number ol il w..- >un id( ..- Svel lana
Some i" i -ist in belli
nourning ol ti. i for year* he visited and -.it b) her
d be i ompatibh w ith I hi uill he fell *
I he impressive facl is lhal ihe
"i tin. .1 ,i climate of suspii
-i.i>. to maintain hei love for hi i her
bell. I in him tad her belief in thi unist system,
too Inevitabl) when her fathei died Ihe whole struct
started to collai hei
It took two othei pvents lo complete the colla
Her husband's death and Ihe trial ol the Iwo writers,
Sinyavsk) and Daniel It has proved to be .i historic Irial
ause it lefl .i deep trauma and
den.i- e best ol Ihe Russian writ.
world, the itentorian-voiced Rabbi Stephen \\
doing the same thing
\ long and itrong friendahtp grew up betwei
tw i latterdav prophets The) liked one another, dial
-ame evils, .n"i became spiritual broth, i-
The tandem DtOgraph) in which their care
achievements are related ia called Rabbi and Mu
it was written by the Rev. Carl Herman Voss,
lestant minister who recaptures the tingle and
citcmenl which these men produced in millions
onlv recentl) the Jewiall Digest reprint.si the
v ,',i the political! who -.nd You don't have
iroduce me to Stephen Wise He's denounce
his pulpit often enough Retorted Wise Oft
.nough
the hum I
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van with ..II ol it and catlli

Dm nned m man) othei com
in the Bible n.. Psalmist cries out 0 that [had
m, in ti Behold
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Thi Mention- of haw k- a
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
'THE EXISTENCE
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and none ol us can continue unaffeeti
< m oui i thi commission and it- aa
nuoted i i i have their ritii lames .1 K | all ,< k
who evative views are fin iliai lo manv mi tro
politan newspapei readers complains that the invest
tot- talked with too man) sociologists and not enough
cops For him to report is "pedantic professorial,
iseptic" He wants to get on fast with the business ol
locking up hoods and thieves And Misi Genevieve Blatt,
.i member of the study commission from Pennsylvania,
brooded her way into writing a minority footnote scold-
ing her fellow commissioners for "neglecting lo recognize

.
i: Kirk pn
bilitii h .
asked skilled prol
perts properl) the
port and its i
i Mich as i ii tad bj K
' n ;. ,n the Jungle of narcotn
tuns, snatching, gambling rape stabbing, and i
i cities and disrupting the rout
forth and returning. The John Birch Boc
k .in lot ..I police" and the calculate!
knit civil righta agitattoa into lhc blame for the pn
lence ol crime are snnilarlv misleading The bur
slum pocked modern city with its lure of the fa-* *
and its invitation to shady exploits provides the
for crime to a decree never before known.
Spectre of Crime Stalks Ihe Nation r


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Miami. Florida. Friday. May 19, 1967
I or I
Ner Tamid Helps Mich. Temple
Recover from Vandal Attack
Robot Sol Landau and Robert Purisch. chairman of Beth
David Men's Club, Camp Ramah scholarship committee con-
gratulate the two winners. Robin Turetsky and Zachcrry Shavin.
who will attend Camp USY at Glen Spey. N.Y.. under the
educational supervision of the Teachers Institute of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America
700 at Athletic
A wards Function
More than tihi youngsters and
i ved awards
this week at the annual athletic
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YVYHA "i Greater Miami Moi
ns McLemon ip> its editor of
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ayers
tl i Miami Dolphins and Uni
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blum. Sam Sheradsky. Dr. Richard
Goldfin. Howard Marks. Martin
Sheldon Goldberg.
Program was planned by Al
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vd by his aseietanta, Gordon Hagey,
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Temple Ner Tamid of Miami
Beach has moved to nelp a syn-
agogue in Trenton. Mich.
Hcth Isaac Synagogue was burn-
ed and gutted by hate vandal.- m
February
Perpetrators of tht act broke
a basement window, climbed in-
side, scrawled the word "Juden"
and a swastika on a blackboard,
went upstairs, piled prayer
books on the "bima" and set
them afire.
Within an hour. Hcth Isaac's
sanctuar) was a shell, it-- -tamed
(lass windows broken, the Eternal
smashed to rubble, silver
ious objects blackened
twisted, and the Ten Command
ments reduced to ashes
In a letter last week to Beth
Isaac Congregation, Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz, spiritual leader of Ner
Tamid here declared:
"Our hearts go out to you ;'nd
your congregation at thi- time,
and we join in conveying our ex-
treme sympathy over the loss of
your holy objects and -acr.il
books This type of vandalism and
disregard for law and order ,n
truly incomprehensible in our
modern societv
Added Rabbi Labovitz: "Our
temple, at the present time, has
been raising funds for Sifre
Torah for our synagogue. We
would, however, wish to share
with you some of the proceeds
from this campaign in that we
believe your synagogue, because
of this terrible incident, is in
need of this money."
Members ol Temple NYr Tamid
enclosed a cheek for S1 *<) to be
used i tward the restoration of
Meth Isaac,
Dr. I Schmolka, president af
Beth Isaac, replied to the Miami
Beach congregation "We
gregation Beth Isaac are
moved by your expression oi
(i rn it is our hope that |
the tragedy, a new spin, if
brotherhood will arise You
helped tu reinforce our hope and
faith in the inherent goodnesi if
man
Season Ends
Mrs Stephen J '.unto- assui
the pn sidencj ol the Greater Mi-
ami Chapter, Children's \
i;< search Institute and HospiS i at
Denver, for a foi rtli tei m
she was installed b) Mrs Leo S
on Mondaj .it th< !; au\ ille 11
The group's final functi
the i urrenl -
,i- donor luncheon
n i, \
BtJRDIlSrB'S
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stt'p out
to artui new treedom!
never-irom
pant tlrvsft
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Little four-year-old Gary Sheiadsky shows his award rec.
at the annual athletic awards banquet oi the YM and \r. HA
of Greater Miami to thr.>e of the top sports stars who also at-
tended. Left to rioht are Junior Gee. of the University o. Miami
basketball team; Frank Jackson, of the Miami Dolphins pro-
fessional football team; Gary Sharedsky; and Leimie Rosen-
rluth basketball coach of Coral Gables High School.
shirt look, so young and fresh,
now even sharper in Serbin's "short
cool, and no bother' Dacron" polyester/cc-
washal ires no ironing Toka dc
white. Chech *hite Boi s 8 16
sunshine eosuots, third floor DOWNTOWN Ml/Ml
(at all 6 Sordine's stores)
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Lefeoart Heads AJ<
I nil Advisory Hoard
Ler K3 rant are Aivin Gross bui.iing fund
cfcoJflBO. I Yahaiem. congregauon
prcstder.^ Rco:>. Richard M Lev-.ton. spu.
ieader Barnett baildillCj committee
caamnor. Cr Robert Uch;n. rice chainr.-::
of the building hind drive: Dr Saul Geronemus.
honorary chc:: rr.cn Of tne dr.ve Cantor Jercr-.e
Klerr.e.-.:; tonne* president Irving Leoow. and
S_5*.erhood : I Marietta Uchin. all potnt-
e goal of S400.000 whicn .s now as-
d for Temple Emanu-B of Ft Lauderdaie
The dr.ve passed the '-'. percent point at a
amprrtgn meeting on May 9 when it reached
the Bum c: S321.0UO. Symbolic groundbreaking
ceremonies were conducted at the new s:*e.
north side of Oaklands Park Blvd.. on Sunday
morning. Mcy 14.
has
Greet r Mi

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tn Ivfiiurt
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national board o* dirottor* of
t*>o Joint Distribution Commit
too, a board mmbr of Botti
David Conorogarion, and a
wmbtf of tti* board of oovar-
nort tnd tifctr>>> committee
of tho Croator Miami Jawnh
Federation.
' TTmmpM>n aDd I^tcour*
PvMic An
memb>
A (count.
ScnrM *;th !.rf<-nu'
hu.h
proc*> of
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Di Irvin*
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Ku'.b sam E Sch-*
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( c tO if years ago, (lie House oi
Heinz intruduced .i new variety
Vegerarian Beansto meet tbc
needs of Jew ish familici foe
Kosher, quick-to-fix many-puipoac
delicious I<> 11 reassure uur customers of Kasli-
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Friday. May 19. 1967
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IOSIPH KRfflTl
Krefetz Again
At Helm Of
Temple Judea
Joseph Krefetz. Coral Gables
business and civic leader, has
been racketed president of Tem-
ple Judea.
Krefeti elected unani-
mously at Sunday night's an-
nual meeting held in th,- Temple
Judea Social Hall.
Elected as vice presidents
were Victor Reiter. Max Deak-
ter, Lee Lebow and Irving
Schwarti. Movirrj up from sec-
retary to treasurer of the con-
gregation is Richard Horwich
Charles Sokol was elected as
i retary, and Milton Goldberg
ua> elected to the newly-creat"d
of financial secretary
Krefeti led Temple Judea dur-
ing its successful campaign to
move from its former buildii
Palermo Ave to the 1790.000
I which has become a land-
mark opposite the UniversHj of
Miami.
All of the officers will serve on
board of trustees along with
Harry Aisenshtat, Mrs (,,
,. Louis Easton, Meyei \
Baskin. Herbert Gelernter, Nard
an, Mix rl Jacob-son, Harold
rl Kronowitz, Jack
i r Man in Le\ in, Robert
\|i xai di r Mill, r, l>a\ id
man, Ralph Rosen l>i Ch
Prank Seiden, Philip
. r md Dr Doi an Zinncr,
Richard Horwich
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ge Sam N Nathan
'Thousand Clowns'
On The Boards
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Ma> 19 ai d 20
imed which held a
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Pullizer Prii
with oili

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Arnold Burns in the Herb G
zation
HEARING AIDS
REPAIRED
ONE DAY SERV.Ct
Hjrfjf Pi'fltop X Deliver
MAtNM AID 10AN
Is ben ii
Call IOU HEIT
Dade Hearing Service
448-0881
2425 S.W. 24th AVI.
Rabbis Urge Legislature Pass
Medicaid Program for Elderly
Ttrlk by Doctor on Agena:
Next n eel i of thi Em
Hub on Tuesdaj. 1:30 i
at l rsl Federal, BOO NE l
i :ll hear a talk bj Di I
J. Shoohan.
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anmouslj
"all
ts lor past i ol Ii
". shall bring ab i ida s
in the Federal
. n throu
The resolutii n gned bj Dr
lirman, I of the
in, and
Si hiff ( xecuti' e vice pn
cue I ir the
cally indigent is ., vital m ed
the phj i Ifare of several
thousands of our state's inhabit-
ants;
"Whereas the cost of this
need has become an over-
whelming strain upon the fi-
nancial resources of the vari-
ous local communities;
"Whereas passage and imple-
Sl upon G
l it it- 19 Mould -
ei ure substantial fedi il ""
funds for the can of the medi- miu health and com
callj indigi we urge this mittee and Dade Count) i
ai the present legislative n to ex rl their
session." in behall ol thi Ml
Bernard Segal To Be President
Bernard B Si sal was installed
presii the B'nai B'rith Miti
vah Lodge al a dinner party and
dance held m the Coral Gables
Holiday Inn on May 13.
\ewiy elected officers serving
with Segal are vice presidents,
Myron Marks, Leon Rosoff, Her-
man l Bretan and Robert Seiden;
irer, Terry Prager; secret
ary. Maurice Shaffer, and chap-
lain. Dr Clifford Marks
New board of direct
Harold Davis. Dr. Alfaed Fein-
glass D in Fiertel. Edward Holly,
Dr Sti nli s Holzberg, Harvey
I Abraham I irofl Leon-
ard Yesiier. Dr Reuben Sorkin
and Bernard Supworth.
Si gal is an Insurance agenc) ex
ecutive who has been Identified
with Jewish communal work for
mam years
BtKNARD SICAl
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R o in the world -atisfu's liko a baki r ^3OE0 B
bagel...and a cheering cup of Maxwell House
Both are constant, unchanging and \=| =)
in the joy they giveeach in its own, a tradi-
tional favorite in Jewish homes.
maxwell itorsi:
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Good to the Last Drop!
K means Kosher. Under supervision of
Rates Mrua Ktnn and Bernard Levy.


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Friday Mcv IS
FOR TtMPU EMAKU EL BUILDING CAMPAIGN
Pearlman to Chair Brunch
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BBYO Installs
Bladler Chairman
airntai >: the
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ii-- week .1! th third aanvj
lUon an :
Hark Hub.
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1 in this
Fe'ur ipeaker at the affa.r
was Paul Seiden.an, national
ADL commissioner, and vice
oresident of Diitrict 5 Bin
B nth Men A plaque tor dis
mguished service to the
Miami BBYO wai prevented to
Dr Sidney Pavilack, outgoing
chairman of the board.
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Mrs Harold
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Chairman of the Swanee pap-
er Corp. headquartered in New
York City. Pearlman long has
been a leader in the United
Jewish Appeal and Federation
of Jewish Philanthropies there.
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Beach and in New
York Cit) nu
immunal
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Rabbi Landau
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'i..Km Englander will In
II the foUowini offlcen for
President, Irving Eisen; vice
i Louia Rosa H u*1 Ui
Kecutive iry William
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recording secretary, Samuel Paul
..nu-. n.i ,(i Schwai
Board of governors three year
t- rni- l.iy Diamond, Leon H
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Cat in
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Even Grandpa can't be hoodwinked
when it comes to quality dairy.
Just like grandma, he knows sunny-morning freshness and
quality when he tastes it. Grandpa enjoys it in all of Break-
stone's dairy products.
One del icious way or another, Breakstone's belongs on every
family's table. You're never too old (or too young) to start
the Breakstone tradition.
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li a quiel i' edding recent-
ly for rrj Hail son ol the Joe
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Tl.i- bridegroom i
tendii Ford in 1 nivei lit)
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< little |
ei set of grand|
< md Mrs Henrj I!.
Ion D < and l
1 ..- alreadj b
: i nti is from
md, bli i
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1 '' the June I
American i
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i'M a
jttr.'j '*.
5!I?8K3! S3P
vcrsitj of the new mother
As ,i feen ager here :i u
ni'i was ,i princess a) Miam
1 i h Hi With little ti ne
lo spare Mrs \ will then i
home here foi another double
'" : Phyllss
bu celebi
birthd idua
from the I niv< rsitj ol Miam
Ma; ichite.s,
Ihe Johi > rl ns Phyllis
duate ol Pine Manor Junior
n the
little oni 2 l and 6
:- ol h
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inne (
rablj if hoi 137. b<
II e mail i p for gel
aci i
winch I,.-t her with a d<
if I ippei
Vpr 29. her birthday for I
hapi A (I (I i ii. the
el ch she was -
for di
i Beach where fc
in hei hatching
Another unhapp)
jus) r turned I i
her job in the Israel Bonds ofl
nths
Mrs. Kaplan
At Helm Of
AJC Slate
Headed b> Mrs Irvir B Kap
Ian,
\mi i i n Jewish
lowing officei v the
mil membei -hip
Mrs Ma
ng vice | Mrs Harold
!'' resident,
Mi Jom ph a hi)
iar> treasurer, Mrs Benjamin
Mrs
M i espondii
ar> .Mi- Man S Cohen

ml ei ui the ad or; i oun-
e Mrs [larvej Kramer, Mrs
il and Mrs
Sti ,i berg, m ith thi following i
i represent their chapti i Mrs.
> Hersch, Mrs Susan Fe
Mrs Micha l Sossin, Louise w ise;
Mrs Sam Pent hansky, Mrs li
Quartin, Mrs Russel Winer Miami
M bI Gables Mrs < harles ;v!
lustine Mn VI i n Vugen
itein, Mrs Bei M i i trauh Mrs
/. eki ; ii an North I
Eleanor l; i
o tn a ti s
"Wo r LI
ig their heck to Mount Sinai Hospital's
e vice president, Samuel Gertner, foi Ihe hospital's
pram are left Mrs. Mane MalrmiJ. president of
the C:'Oler Miami Circle of the United Order of True Sisters,
and Mrs. Max Ruthfield. pi nt, Miami Lodge 43 United
Or.iPT of True Sisteis.
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO and FAMILY
ex pre: the.- qratitude to the many members and hiends
to: their kind expressions of sympathy in our hour of
:vemen: ct tiie loss of our Beloved father
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Mothei and thi title is con
Vcai
ibers w h" parti* i
pate in thi Lei lemj scholai ship
fund,
: 11 mi Rosen honoi
presidi nt of ,tl anization and
chairman of the board, has
sented an oi i] inallj designed
i plaque to the Hebrew Vcademj in
honor of hei children The plaque,
affixed to the school's Ida Appi'
Auditorium. will h-t thi- names ol
all "Immas
Al the luncheon, an inscribed
plaque \sill be presented ti> i ach
paid up "Imma "
War Talk
Participating in a discussion on
"Today's War" during Fridaj eve-
sen ices a) Temple Judea will
be Dt fames redeschi, professoi
of psychology, University ol Miami,
who will t;ilk about the psycho
il aspects Stanley Pred, local
ney, who "ill discuss the le-
gal aspects; Scott Hcrrick who will
discuss the moral aspects, and Don
l w.-. ;i student ;it Mlami-Dadc
olli
Rabbi Morris \ Kipper will be
moderator
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Friday. May 19, 1967
Paae 5-3
"Ready, Get Set Go." revue proaucd by Mr. Frank Cuttler,
was presented by the Gulf stream Staiiets ct the annual Honor
Roll awards luncheon of the Southeastern Florida Reaion ct
Women's American ORT at the S. ,ht crr> "
ud Kessler. Mrs. Sanford Kimball. Mrs Jerome Si.-.
Mrs Stephen Coaen and Mrs. Ira K Not shown ar-?
et, Mrs. Lloyd Rothenberq. and Ml
narrator.
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be wonderful
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a r o(
- They lived off campus but
ty Of fief Tl eere
lieges and Universities "
the IH vhool D
-he a- expecting with Ei-th
Jody of 'he leaching was
done a' borne srita ber mm family
: lot ir, Frar.'s life and 'till doe*
Sh* I be chapter at the '
.era! Held trip* a* a national representa-
tive She jmnae national chairman I-ast I
da>. d as pr*~ he Alpha Epsilon Phi
Alttmnae Association <.f Greater Miami She was a charter
rri*mt*r National CoOBCil of
tine up through the ranks to ser
-. bade for the lael two years Presently.
financial secretary
ha-- been with the Womens Division of f ombined
.; i. '.re-ption in many capacities This
\-ar haired the Pace Setters dinner dance She
:sn t belong to Beth David Sisterhood and take
the aduh there. Both <-he and Burt are rice p
in thf lM-\onood Home Ovner- A Ml These
re km a |rw <>f the ii list in the i
a lord) home in a wooded area where the children
can go exploring.
don't tell jron about the fun Burt and
Fran have in de their two-year-old hom>
an-i the fin Ibej have going to football tamo and
fishing The Ji their new boat ii "heir children
who are still in the prod nding a name for it that
Aill There it always a bird duck chaci
lit this tin* irtment :
Persian is the name of the cat
bai babM a time and
.'! and Jodie attends
rhauffeuring for irl
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trip to
that Frai t in I
and travel and tra\
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Buchbinders
Tell of Heidi's
Wedding Plans

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Mrs IUAM HtlSOM
Mrs. Wilson
Mother of Year'
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PLANS FINALIZED AT 'COFFEE' GATHERING
Beach Hadassah Luncheon
The h* the Miami Beach
i hapter of Hadaaaah and of its 21
-alher
at a I sweet meeting
Thursday in the 'i.^i Room of the
HI Hotel to Bnahxe
pa: for th*- annual Hfhmar
Bond With Israel anni\er-a->
luncheon
Mr* Henry B Wernick ch.
announced that Mr*
rk.n. dedicated Hada**ah
and community leader ha> bOOB
named chairman of th*
which is scheduled tor Monday.
June 5 *' the rontainebi-
Mrs Vstrnick noted that ar
merits are being completc-d
for an array of distinguished per
New Officers
To be Seated
erhood officer- of Beth Sol
gat ion were to be
ushered in for 1967 68 at cere
inducted by Judge Milton
Thursday at 8 .'JO p m
Headed by Mrs Sid Booth, pnn
opal -late includes Mrs Al \ '
rnant M.-- I)a\id Hertl Mrs Fthel
Mabone) vice presidents; Mi
rinan. treasurer; Mrs Berry-
Mr- Sam '. Idberg,
tar>
>ard
of direc" Nuk
Carter, Marshall 'hern Louis K-
trude Fntsch, David i
Mar) H
': Ben Jonai Rud) Katz. Alter
Plsel
V- v.'inn J'aul Strauss
- from I-rae! a: the en-
tertainment world to tak'
the gala event The pr .

Heading prepara:.on I *
H r H e rnick nd
Mesdai
uel Z Sakrais. Jostph Shapiro
a Goodman and
Nat Barth chapter h vice
lents ai idames Jacic
Katzman. Barr.ett Beckermar.
Zeigmund. Jack Davis Sherman
Fa-t aid >^m Keldrr.an. chapter
vic prei -
They are ass.-ted by the preM
dents of each of the 21 .
the Miami Beach Chapter of Ha
rta-s^h including Mesdame Ben
jamin Steinmuller. Bay Ha
Sam Ruban Brandeis Harrj
Frances I
sjj [)ulb<
lyn Deck) and Berta Barnett. F R
Weinberi; H<
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\~harmincjfu
yours.
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EDars ol Lebanon Hospital
^* Auxiliar) he d its installation
Pndaj afternoon .it the Dupont
Pisa where the auxiliary
viewi .. presented
b> Dm :;ne de .1 Pa x Boutique
of Coral
Mrs Nathaniel Levin served as
install officer m ire .1 fern
green Ik lin n ui featured
' of the
bodi ind pal< yellow.
Presidi Mrs I> ran Zinner,
weleoi 1 : guest* I- 01 the after-
noon, chose j navy liue mo>-
gashel linen sull :>.|h aroun ... kel Incoming pres-
dent 1 ed 1 wore .<
DtMH .id Silk I II t..iu:.belted
shift : attiring long Cull sleeves
re deep cuffed and
fasten with hand painted an
ti>iui cufl links

/HAIRMAN 1 : the in wai Mrs
** Bjri >:i Sparl "h.i chose .1
line. ; itce nai > a id white knit
Hi r ikirl an I W were in
nav) with the whit* jacket add-
1 itica I 1 h with i;uld
hutt and a na\j peter pan
collar Mr- v- Friedman's
Ivor) ored mariposa -ilk skim-
niei had a bright multi-colored
dm: ced ji the v -neckline
and tied In a bo* at the bottom
of tin Turquoise chiffon, tuck
ed in a gi 01m ti pattern, was
chosei '; Mrs luwd Hess. Her
itfc had a square neckline.

Mrs aih Katz was in an ombre
blue mi. paisli int skimmer
with tr.i hinh i twled neckline.
Black and white was the color
combination Mr- Kill Koblenz
chos< Mil plaid -nit is included
in thi wardrobe she getting to-
geth<: lor the trip the familj >s
taki- ..I.::; 1 -0011 C. lu-a
coral a the c 1 >r of the -ilk
slut; Mr; Norman Elson wore it
was beltt d at th waistline and
had 'i bodice.
Mi- Leon Kaplan's white pique
feature) the seven-eighths tunic
which vas del iil i with red
cording
embroidered silk, her torso-
th jacket had a deep V
neckline ami a surplice closing.
which fastened with buttons lai-
to one tide. The button- were
continued on the flared skirt on
an inverted pleat Hie Ixniice oi
her dress was sleeveless and
skimmed the waistline. Mrs Joe
Barchan's lime green silk matte-
la-se followed the modified Aline
silhouette. had three-quarter
h 1114th sleeves, and a huh Jew 11
neckline.
Mr- Prank A. Perlman chose
a turquoise raw -ilk ensemble
Her silk blouse wai in vertical
stripes of matching turquoise and
whi'e Mrs, F'aye Weintraub's
Iced blue knit featured matching
colored ribbon lace apphqued in
an overall scroll pattern. Black
and white in a cotton tueed was
worn b> Mr- Harrv Howich. The
double breasted effect was cre-
ated with jet buttons.
At installation of officers of B'nai Brith Hatik-
vah Chapter on. May 11 at the Algiers Hotel
are seated (left to right) Mrs. Gertrude Podwell,
past corresponding secretary, who gave the
invocation; Mrs. Ida Cooper, treasurer. Stand-
ing are Mrs. Ben Scheckter, present corres-
ponding secretary; Mrs. David Eskins. finan-
cial secretary; Mrs. Ruth Steiner, recording
secretary; Mrs. A. William Gerstman, program
vice president; Mrs. Marks ruchs, installing
officer; Mrs. Mina Glickman. incoming presi-
dent; Mrs. Gertrude Solomon, retiring presi-
dent, now counselor; Mrs. Celia Kluger, re-
tiring counselor now trustee; c nd chairman of
the day, Mrs. Henry Esformes, membership
vice president. Not shown is Mrs. Robert Lift
trustee and president of Miami Beech Counc:!
of B'nai Brith Women.
12th Annual Tri-Installation
May 27 for Temple Or Olom
M1
L,M,
IE GREEN iccented with
w irn b) Mrs
Mori,- Ian I three pi. .
knit tad narrow hoi 1
et Mi -
1 isual Iv o
pie< 1 stume 1 and white
|RS. NAT Harrison was in a
baby blue and white checked
gingham suit. Her fitted jacket
hail long sleeves which were
edged with blue lace. Mrs Fred
Schild was in a black and white
tilen plaid three piece ensemble.
It was in a textured fabric with
a cocoa colored chiffon blous*
The jacket wa- al-o lined in the
cocoa chiffon.
Forest green was the back
ground color in the moygashel
linen worn by Mrs Arthur Pearl.
It featured a print of red roses
and ombred green foliage
Islander Chapter
Installs Officers
Islander Chapter. Women's
American ORT, held it- installa-
tion luncheon at the Deauville
Motel on Tuesda) noon.
Judge Jason Herkman was In
stalling officer Mr> Louis Rolnick
was chairman of the day.
Officers for the coming year
are Mrs Jack Kreitbart. pn -1
dent; Mr- I.oui- Kolmck. Mrs.
Isadore Gme, Mrs" Morn- Lipp,
Mrs Call Herman, Mrs. .lack \i
vice presidents; Mrs Joseph
Sampson, financial secretary. Mr-
Herman Glasser, corresponding
secretary; Mr- Ann Kramer, ui
ording secretary; Ms Morn- An-
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Rabbi Ralph Glixman. spiritual
leader of Temple Or Olom. will in-
Stall newly elected officers and
board for 15M57-68 In the temple
social hall on Saturday, May 27, at
9 pm. The gala ci>cktail party
and dance will mark Or Olom I
12tli installation.
Ralph Fistel will be installed for
a second term as president of the
congregation: Jack Lubin, Erl Lus-
tig, Paul Ginsberg, vice presi-
dents; William Seidman. financial
secretary; Richard Behren, trea
surer; Mrs. Frank Parker, record
ing secretary; Sam Birnbaum. cor-
responding secretary.
Enter) Green, Harry Kothen
berg. I-awrence Kaplan. Mrs Wal-
lace Lazarus, Nat Pollack. Leon
ard Stern. Irving Whitman. Steve
Hint. Mr- Albert Solo. George
Freedman, Jack Cohen. Isadora
Fine. Robert Parent, Mar-hall
Klieman, Mrs AJvin Levenson,
Fmii Hlrsch, Al Gleiberman, Rob-
ert Sussman, Arthur Roth. Mrs.
William Seidman. Robert Hertz,
board of directors.
Brotherhood officers being in
stalled are Marvin Solomon pres-
ident; Arthur Roth. Lawrence
Wulkan. vice presidents: Wallace
Lazarus, treasurer; Al Gleiberman,
recording secretary; Ralph Fistel,
corresponding secretary; Paul
Ginsberg, financial secretary
Hi ard of directors are George
Friedman. Jack Lubin. Al Si lo
Mrs Joseph Rothman will suc-
ceed Mr- Albert Solo .1- president
ol Sisl rh.....I; Mrs Walter Seidler,
Friday Night With
Menorah Rabbi
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
conduct the Sabbath dinner at the
pie Menorah annual Friday
Night with the Rabbi" in the social
iiail starting al > p m
Following the communitj meal
with the rabbi and his family, late
Frida) services will be held in the
main temple
Project committee is headed by
Mr- Sheldon Lelchuk, presii 1 1
Parents of Menorah. with Mes
dames Nathan Friendman, Jacob
Hlu-hakow Marvin Greenwald,
Sheldon Hacker. Gerald Nathan
son and Samuel S/t\!erman
Mr- Lawrence Kaplan, Mrs. Rich
ard Behren, Mrs Herbert Seltman.
Mrs Jack Lubin, vice prasidi nts
Mrs Sam Birnbaum. correspond-
ing secretary; Mrs Emery Gn
financial dues secretary; Mrs
Laurence Wulkan. recording sec
rotary, Mrs Max Forman,
urer.
Elected to the hoard of directors
are Mesdames Pa il Berger,
George I "n Jules
mark. Chick i in, Ely K
man. Alvin Levenson, Edward
Lustig. Jack Primack, Murray
Rosenberg, Harry Sarnoff, (ierald
trea- Schwartz, William Seidman. Mel-
vin Shifke, Martin Tell, Alexander
Winick.
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Menorah Marks Israel's Birthday
Temple Mi
i-hose rifth birtl la; I
shn h
Rah \l ; i r Vbi an en rd
V,'
Barry
Roosevelt And
Dernier Run Off
It .il be ;i run oti in an i
nun J in< 6 on Miami Beach
betweei incumbent Miami BcacJi
r Ellioti Roovm> I* and
polities Bea< h Attornc)
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In Gtoup -i I. n
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In Group 5, D Lei Powi II
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Simon Rubin tc be Cited as 'Outstanding
Leader' at Civic League Dinner Saturday
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lunday Lunch For Sisterhood
Mh MooIm Sistei hood will hold
hum i.il donor luncheon on Sun
J, 13:90 r "i "' ,n' ''"' Boom
Ithe Pontaineblaau Hotel Mi-
lton Strait i praeJdent
O OOmmtHf inrlmh- Mi-
M land, liairnian Mr- l>
j Foot program chairman
! ,,v Mi- Harold Kln-k\
BktMi i loham,
pit\ i( McMiamr* \rthur .1
i u.i Blank, Man Heiken,
rlollender, Mart) Martin,
pressman h Rub) Rubin,
Willis
I'k gram will fcatui p ol
songs bj Di i n Zion Kn-.
baum and .i skit h u :;ut. with
\i: la) m Rand and Mrs Saul
Beiter.
MCCN Lenders fo be Seared
Mi> Michael Blank will bwl ill
Mrs LavJa Wolfe as praa'doni and
Mrs loarph Hrshup as vice presi-
dent ol Notional < bildren's Cardiac
Hoapital, Miami Chanter, on I
neon, Mas ^5 aI ""' Holida)
Inn, 1350 S l1 nie Hwj
Swerdlin to Air
'Block Power'
At Lodge Meeting
S a n f o r d Swerdlin I
address the Freedom l odge ol
B'nai Brith ;ii Surfsidc Communit)
Center on M ii laj h p m
He will speak on "Black Powoi
i ol Swerdlm, attorne) and w U
h ader has served as chairman ol
the Awards Committee ol Sholem
Lodge i>i R nai B'rlth
The Monda) program has h
arranged through the Ann Dafama
(Ion League Office in Miami and
is mdar the guidance i Herman
.i Nudelman, preatdant, and Judge
Thoadorc if Nel s o n program
i luii num.
I I- aeli flag to Ed' 'I
vhose lifth birtl la)
F;i)oying Greater Miami Section of Nat;onal vice president of NCJW. Mrs. Myers is an
Council of ewish Women's installation dinner, honorary life national vice president, and Mrs.
May 3 at the Miami Spnnas Villas Playhouse Opcenheim is president of G-eater Miami
are (left to right) Mr. and Mrs Aaron Farr, Mr. Section Myers served as installing officer of
and Mrs. Stanley Myers, and Mr. and Mrs. the evening.
Edwin Oppenheim Mrs Farr is a national
Miami Parents
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about high school l
In the M
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SV. I30tl SI .. i a .hour those
entitled I that I
.,; e probabl) -u|>< nor to lho>e ol
asl
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sons, Edward 23 Vlyli
Barrj 10
Edward graduated from the
University of Florida, where he
was awarded the Florida Blue
Key for leadership, and he is
now a second year law student
at the National Law Centei,
George Washington University
in Washington. DC. He was re-
cently elected treasurer of his
legal fraternity, Phi Alpha Delta.
He woiked as an intern for
Congressman Dante Fascell last
year
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* knist fhridtor
Friday. May 19.19^
Berry Stein
'.awrer.e Rosenberg
Maureen Stricter
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Richard Weimff in
Gall SiWc.-mon
3
ar Mitzvalt
Richard Weinstein
: Stuarl Mr and
Mrs Daniel Weinsti !0 NE
9th PI \ Mian ill be
lar Miti
morning. May 20, Bl
Congregation
The celebrai t is a si rade
nt at the John F Kennedy
High, and is in his fourth year at
Beth Torah Harold Wolk Religious,
School where he plans to continue
his Hebrew studies His inter >sta
include Hoy Scouts ot America,
football and stamp collecting.
A reception and dinner will be
given in Richard's honor Sunday
evening. May 21, at the Diplomat
Country Club.

William Jabish
On Saturday. May 20. at 7:30
p.m., in the Chapel of Temple Ner
Tamid. William Keith, son of Jack
Jay Jabish. 7904 Harding Ave.. will
be Bar Mitzvah.
William is a student of Ner
Tamid Religious School and likes
music and swimming.
His aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs
Jules Kdelstem of Brooklyn, N Y
will attend the Bar Mitzvah.
Jon Jackson
Jon. son of Mr and Mrs Melvin
Jackson, will observe his Bar Mitf-
vah on Saturday morning May 20.
at Temple Zion.
Jon Is 1 seventh grade pupil at
Glades Junior High and is .1
member of Temple Zion Boy
Scout Troop Mr and Mr- Jackson
will host the Kiddush following the
mtvi I a luncheon at the
tster in honor of the celebrant
Mr. and Mrs Meyer Mess
and Mr and Mrs Samuel Jai
of New York, are grandparents of
the Bar Mitzvah

Mturwn Shactar
i m Saturday m< n Maj 20
f Mr ami Mrs
luring -
Temple Israel
Graduates 17
From Senior High
who
e Israel
S'elson */

stone Michael
Kahn, Mart K
.
kin, M
ian Shot
torn K.i .1 and Lito-
ureri Si '. .'. in es
ihip "i -
vm l-ai.
k Lewis Me
SEFn Cs ip; Lj nn
i','. id Samuel Born I
il Natioi ership In
ii .1 i
an Memorial II.
I nion i Pil Bs

Memo. .,l National 1! i
Mark l Men
I SEFTI i Harrj
Sisterl
fhip Instil ib
Mr and Mrs il K Neuhi iu II. b-
ien1 ski iy Camper
ship
Senior high June graduates
among the membership
also will be honored.
Mi:/' | ti rdaj morning.
,,i Te npli Beth Sholom.
The celebrant i- .< student ol
Beth Sholom Co
Is mother l- the ;
of the Si
Shol mi. ami her father is the
treasurer ol the temple
Mr and Mrs
parents 11
sen ii
Aifl n GoHman
rand

Allen Goldman
\ len l.ee. son .'i Judge and
Mrs Mitchell G ildman 2.t> i SW
2: David t ongregation
Maj 13.
Allen i- a -(M nth grade student
at Shenandoah High and has been
attending Beth David Religious
Sihool for the past five years 11*
i> interested in football, baseball,
(i-lnng and plays in the school
band
Mr. and Mrs Joseph PicUS and
Vocational Lnit
Proposes Officers
Ma
an i
:: Temple Sii ..!;<.
School Maurei n the honor
roll a; high school am llute
in the school hand i
is one of her hobbies
Grandparents. Mr. and Mrs
Mrs Joseph
Kravetz. will attend the Bas
Mitzi
Lawrence Rosenberg
Lawrence, son of Mr, and Mrs
Sidney Rosenbt rg, will be called to
the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday. May 20. at Young Israel
Congregation.
Lawrence is a seventh grade
student at the Hebrew Academy.
He plays piano, and is interested
in stamp collecting, boating, water
skiing.
The celebrant will conduct the
Friday evening and Saturday
morning services, including "The
Portion of the Week from the
Torah.
Jeffrey Zohn
On Saturday morning. Ma\ 20,
Jeflrey son of Mr and Mrs Murr>
Zohn. will be called to the Torah
a- a Bar Mitzvah at Temple Zion
Jeffrey is a seventh grade pupil
at South Miami Junior High, and is
interested in coin collecting and
sports
Mr and Mrs Zohn will host the
Kiddush following the services, and
a reception at the YMHA in honor
of the celebrant
*
Dana Gold
Dai., Mark, son ol Mrs Sara
Gold, and grand Mr and
Mrs Robert Diam md, will
in.ite his Bar Mitzvah on -
morning, May 20, ..:
ition.
Dana, an eigth grader
rial st;,fi of the Kinloch Park
paper,
He partial
manj sports jn< eball,
d snorkeling
H s i bbiei include stamp
coin ll<, tii
The celebn h n n d
K Iduah fol I i
Ml
Jr
Gail Silverman Henry \
M
mour Silvern
N l;' !;i1 wUl observe her Bas i
Ba-ry Ste.n
rill Ik- Bai
Mitzvah Maj 20 it
He
Mi and Mrs I
'' v ol Mr and
Hi. the sevi
01 High, w here
he school I
studies piano, and has
won a ...rd for the
ecutivi yeai In the
Junior Festival of National Feder-
ation ol Musii v luhs for his piano
solo
Mr and Mrs Abraham Stem
will host the Kiddush in their
son's hoi
Abel Holt/, chairman of the Jew-
ish Vocational Service nominating
committe- has proposed the fol-
lowing siate for election al the
general membership meeting to
bt held in June
Board <>f directors, three yeai
terms, Dr Robert Apfel Ronald
I Albert H rbetl P Bluml
Dr. Norman a
Geller Mi Man R
PaHloi
Wienei Marvin l W ei
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\\ i VJ's < in i t of i Ivert
and promotion George Vickt \
The agency is J M. Mathes II .
of which William Jtydar ia
president of thi Miami office
Richard SchiM ll art lire.'
Photographer lor the station's a< -
is Robert (' Iberg
This is th t.rst %var fir Hi
ida s AFA Best of Show" awai
WTVJ'l original entry, submit'.,
in the Miami Ad i iub aonspttiti
was in the category >f Tra> i
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state judging where it won fu I
place in its category before rei .
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Heiman; Vie* presidents. Abel
Holt/. Mrs Sidney Lewis, Sam
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secretary, Ronald l. Albert, assis
tant secretary Arthur I. Willner.
treasurer Charles Hertzoff; assis
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M< mbi i i the nominating com
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who will graduate Friday evening are seated deft to right)
Donna Balaban, Martina Knobloch. Susan Shores. Peggy
Goalstone. Susan Axelrod. Marilyn Rose, Brenda Gevertz
Standing (left to right) are Harry Moss. David Willr
Hichaid Lelchuk. Thomas Piitikin. Nelson Alielbauit
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create a Jewish image in their home for their families was
the topic discussed by Rabbi Leon Kronish in his address to
the Greater Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women's
leadeiship conference held May 8 to 10 at Temple Beth Sholom.
Rabbi Kronish is shown with Mrs. Irvinq Wexler. chairman ol
the day, and vice president of administration of Greater Miami
Section.
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>onor Installation Closes Season
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rssaonal Group trill close tht- tea
in with a donor and installation
incheon on Sunday. 11:80 am.
Ac Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Harrj Platoff, auditor of
liapter, will serve as Instilling
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tcky; vice presidents, Ifn Ray
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Keller fleeted to Bank Board
Cerald Keller, president. City
[National Hank ol Miami Beat Ii.
announced tht- election ol eo
hiuM>. .lr of Mt-ytT. Weiss, Rose
I..id Arkan, to 'f.' bank's board of
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social secretary,
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Pcce 12-B
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Fr.day. May 19, 1957
I ^iS&rSSr YOU GET MORE!
DEEP CUT
ADVERTISED SPECIALS
EVERYDAY
LOW PRICES
REGULAR FREE
MERCHANT GREEN STAMPS
Vitm YOUR E'.ERY PURCHASE
O EXTRA BONUS OF
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS

FOOD
FAIR
QUANTITY
RIGHTS
RESERVED
T
WITH PURCHASE OF ONE AT REGULAR PRICE!
LIMIT ONE OEAL OF EITHER ITEB.PLEASE KITH OTHER PURCHASES OF $7.50 OR MORE!
_...* ..iTfrn SMOOTH OR CHUNKY
PEANUT BUTTER food fa.r 2-oz. jar
,,,... ....... BUDDY BOY
PEANUT WITTER R-l. jar......
WHOLE CARR0TS??-oBzEL
6REEN BEANS fS"ch
FYHE -WRAP
SO-FT. ROLL .
I. CAN V
FAIR ls^-dr. 10
CH CUT... CA^ IT
Pm.opp -Gop''u
So. ..44-OI. co-
46 CZ.
FOOD FAIR CAN
DEL MONTE I9-OZ
WHOLE APRICOTS SH'Y.7.
33c DEL MONTE DRINK
89c TOMATO JUICE
29c BARTLETT PEARS
29c
32c
39c
,20c
FREEZER PAPER
SAVE 8<
HEINZ
KETCHUP
49c PINEAPPLE SEMESLn. can.....23c
14-OZ.
. BTL.
19
ALL CIGARETTES
KING SIZE
OR FILTER
75
carton
s<
REGULARS
69
CARTON
OUR ANNIVERSARY BONUS SPECIAL!
"^MAXWELL HOUSE (elemcctrna%we)-CHASE & SANBORN- FOLGER'S
* m A MM ALL GRINDS
Food Fair Coffee i-lb can
ALL GRINDS
l-LB. CAN
LIMIT ONE CAN ANY BRAND, PLEASE, WITH OTHER
PURCHASES OF SS OR MORE
FLO-SUN ... "Tna R*ol TViing"
ORANGE JUICE KS-or.3.r 77. .19c
MASTERS YOGURT^^r.1:. .cup-25c
ALL FLAVORS o8-0Z.,
MASTER'S YOGURTJivEF6t.AoN?2cu29c
FOOD FAJR FLORIDA FRESH MEDIUM DOZ
Grade 'A' Eggs 37
DEL MONTE SPINACH
LIBBY'S CUT BEETS
LIBBY'S PEAS
5-0Z.CAN
'4-0Z.CAN .
OaRDEn S"f f '
SAVE 4c... '-OZ. C*k
.18c
.14c
.23-
8-OZ
CREAM CHEESE... sAv?:,r...-r 29c
SWISS CHEESE
COTTAGE CHEESE
FOOD FAIR WISCONSIN QQ.
Fin.*' Chunk Do<".l'ic I 8. O
FOOD FAIR CREAMED fl
l-LB. CUP XtC
MINUTE MAt( FROZEN _
AVI C -; CAN IfiC
SAVE '. '*G. OFtXjC
ANNIVERSARY BONUS SPECIAL
ORANGE JUICE
BAGEL KING BAGELS
STRAWBERRIES iSfftVL$+l* 29c
ANNIVERSARY IONUS SPECIAL
Watermelons
FLAVORFUL
RED RIPE
EACH i
FOOD FAIR THIN SLICED
SANDWICH
KAN* FRESH BAKED
BREAD LOAF
21
Bananas
10 B
aa*AU 300 STAMPS___
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WITH THIS COUPON!
Open Daily 'til 9 p.m....Sundays'til 6p.m.
FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SATURDAY
AT ALL FOOD FAIR 8. FREDERICKS STORES.
Vi GALLON CONTAINER
ICE MILK o
VALID THRU SAT. MAY ?0
s-7 '
/tee IOO Merchants s?:",Ns !
-'TM TOUR S< ORDER OR -CPE "'" C0uT '
?xee 200 Merchants s?:^?$
7tee 300Merchants SE& \
U-iT ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER PLEaSE
EXCLUDING Mil K S, nr..ocTTr, *
c GOLDEN
X RIPE
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CLUDINCmILK i ClGARETTESi
TOP U.S. CHOICE
DELMONICO
STEAKS.....
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CROSSRIB WAST.rVoVJAMVa,?f;..7Sc
CHUCK STEAKS. .. .!"" lb 78c
SHOULDER STEAKS "?i"choice lb.88c
ANNIVERSARY IONUS SPECIAL
U.S. GOV'T GRADE "A" U.S. GOV'T INSPECTED
YOUNG
Turkeys
TO li LB
AVERAGE
LB.
QUICK
FROZE!
BOHEIESS STEW BEEF tAM choked 78c
LEAN GROUND CHUCK. .2J.ci\..7*
.ClNTMCUTl jj
RIB ROAST
SHORTCUT TOP US. CHOICE
ANNIVERSARY IONUS SPECIAL
FARMER GRAY GRADE 'A' GA. FLA.
FRYERS
NEVER
FROZEN
FRESH
UHT 2. PLEASE
APPETIZER DEPARTMENT
.. ( lylBI M ( C F IDF UBVi'l
AVAIL AC here ARE SERVICE C
A.....NCM ME AT* Al I S E A R E i.
TOtOURORDER TO INSURE FRESf
FRESHLY SMOKED LOX?b
FRESMLT SMOKEO
Sav >0 LB.
S.. .
LARGE WHITEFISH
WIDE BOLOGNA
O'd FaiK.ar
SAVE 10< LB.. .
,,, 1U| RATM GENOA OR B.C. HARD
jAIAMI .SAVE *0< LB ,

59c
,99c
,69c I
= 45 =
/tfiftctijei BONUS SPECIAL
KOSHER STYLE
PASTRAMI
BEER, BOCK
SAVE
SIC
OR
SAVE He
CANADIAN ACE
6
12-OZ.
CANS
AlE
89
LE JON VIN KAFE WINE s*btl.
99c