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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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

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Millions In Damage On Jordan Plant
TFI. AVIV (JTA Israeli
commando* have struck inside
Jordan for the second time in 24
hours, in the most punitive ac-
tion since the Six-Day War.
The Ghor Canal. Jordan's
mam nrication rhannel was the
Israel <>( 'hi' raiders, who pene-
trated heavily guarded Jordan-
,nn poatttoM Also raidid were
Artillery |>ositions ami Katyusha
roctot-Uunchlm sit.-s in north-
rn Jordan which had been the
source of continued attacks on
Israeli settlements and military
patrols in the Beisan Valley
Isra< ii is eUTtad out raids on
Jonianian artillery positions op-
posite th.- Ii. isan Valley an.I .m
Egyptian naval radar station on
the Gulf ol Sue/, six miles south
Of Port Sue/, was smashed bj
Israeli commandos, a military
spokesman said All retorned to
Las. saf. I) h< said, after killing
IS Egyptians, smashing the ia-
dar, a sipnalim: installation, a
BMIVMIgM and a generator. The
atta. k on th. radar station near
Adahiya followed a day-long
helling by Egyptian, artillery
and an Israeli spokesman said it
was m reprisal for repeated vio-
lation! of the 1 as. -in-, bj the
Egyptians, who have twice kg-
nond as. -me .ails from U N.
observer! The Egyptiana, claim-
ing Israeli forces started the
shooting with a rocket barrage
aimed first at Port Sue/ and
then at Port Tewfik and th. resi-
dential suburbs of Arbeen and
Ganavtn, took rredil for shoot-
Ing down tin.. Israi Ii spotti r
plan, s
Two Arab ssboteurs have been
kill. .1 in a .lash with an Im... Ii
patrol in the Cioian Heights, ac-
cording to a military spokesman
who sai.t they were equipped
with Soviet-made rifles an anti-
vi'hirle mine and othei SSDOtagl
supplies.
Three of the Egyptian >
mandos who attempted an
ta.k on Israeli positions on t-
. as! hank of th.- Sue/ l .1
w. 1. killed and there was 1
donee that additional casualti -
w.H- suffered by the group
foi the) 1. 1: 1 at (J The Eg; -
tian Radio 1 laimed that is :
i.i.ii si.iiini- had been killed
Continued on Pf 8-A
iJfewislh Florklluan
Combining THE JIWISH UHITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 42
Number 26
Miami. Florida
Friday. June 27. 1969
Two Sections
Price '<.'.:
\ixon Confirms Forthcoming
Visit By Mrs. Golda Meir
WASHINGTON ..rTA>
. I rector-gen<
"1. Israeli To eign Ministj \
hfrc thU weekend w
Whitl Houaf and State Depart-
. 1 t officials im in exrhs
-.t Mil.' i-t
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-. 1 1. '.. I niled Stat. 1- I
Ml His a.. .^ rta
to
0/ Israi 1 I': emicr
1 \i. 1
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1 sHosed Th.s *m !
ii exeban if on
la Mi Rats
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I NgggA'l top ids Ism on :
igi \*r.iirs A ntnrnV 1 of 51 I
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Washington was nil :\. t
. Prasidenl Nlaon d hb) p ass
gas on Thursday He dd
he had met with King Hussein
and nidi d I am hoping I
sometsnis nhin the nestl m -mil
s.th the Prime Minister of Is-
liled that the U S
nt. ni. to have "bilateral talk-.
multilatenal talks, and what-
evei la ka 1 possible" m order
to find .1 Mideast solution No
I .1. mnouno 1 for the M< Ir
. But Pn denl pn
i: ild I. Zlegh 1 I
thai l an Im t i-
lion and
The Pi i dent 1- sski d lo
m ni- m the
Midi asi 1- remarks 11
nthi that tl
v ind need-
ed H 1
slur.- then
thai .
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ii. Big Four talks H- a 1
t thai 1
. m might "
But pi
I V .55 pea
d dun \ In nistral
ctal 1 '' '''- "r"
the Soviet respot lo a
L'.S -' '' ment prli
it 1 Maj
rived by S
l V> Hiam P '
I'll.- I) fo
. ,. let F n
Minister \n.lrei A Gr myku
il Ah 1. Nas
let s:. ,., i >. part ment offi: s
Agudath Seeks to On Organs To Conform
NEW YORK ultra-Orthodox Auvadath 1st ail
of Amtrira is trying lo get laws
governing the donation of hu-
man orvans for transplants to
n.ntorm with J. w ish tVMgtoUB
law Memoranda has ban nt
to key national ami state kov-
. rnment officials, tht gTOUP ai;
IN THIS ISSUE .
.c 4.A P01 Plti
Bar M.ttvah I4B Rail Ettata 11. a
. iejl 10-A Nownd Tow Sar man hi 10-A
beck n.i '* S,na#o9Wt. 10 A
CMin 4-A Torah 10 A
D.nmfl lM TV 10-A
f "eja'"'' asasMMas a
'n;rl 14-A Woman a W4HS s
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nounced, urging that the Uni-
form Anatomical Gift Act which
has been prtsantiai to : state
legtaaaUires amended with re
sped the determination of the
Hrm ui death of the danot
Ttn n- art dot-tors." ttv- Aru-
,lath Israel asserted, "who. in
thur laKcrncss to perforsn a
tiinspinnt operation, are willing
to declare the donor dead adten
th. I.rain waves cease although
th.- pati. nt still breathing
This practice. h- Orthodox
prtltioni is said is contrao t,.
j, ,v>. religloua law, which
places the time of death at the
mom. lit breathing itopi This
formula has been the accepted
practice m moat clvUbstd coun-
,,.v- (he) said The A.t has
bet n approved by legislatures of
laliforiu.1. Kansas. Louisiana
and Maryland, hut was .. kscted
by th.. New York Asaemhly.
charactet i/e.l the So\ lei 1. sponse
.1^ a carefully worded "holding
opt ration Thej gathered thai
i: .1 wanted neither t.. bre >k
off inti rnational atti mpts to find
1 v.iiut ion to the conflict no to
n> signific ml n irmw
a ,.|i Israel
:
still not been [riven .1 texl I
i,. ....
rme I
sources said F
\ .1 Eban told the
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Continued on Page 3-A
Re-Opening
'Dialogue1 Is
Possibility
PARIS I a Tht
sition ol tht new Frei 1 n-
.* hich has bet n annou
b) Pi. skk 1 "i > 1 Pompidou,
Hi thai he has 10 1 dc d
In resisting pressure from ortho-
dox GaulllStS and Israel should
not havt loo much troublt
opening it- desired "dialogue"
with France
Maurice Shumaim, the nets
Fon ign Mlnisti 1 and U .. Hs-
mon. s. en tarj ol state In the
Premier's office, an known to
t friendly toward Israel Such
hard-line Caullists as Maurici
Com. d. Murville. former pre-
mier former Bdncatioi Msnav
ti t Edgar Faun- and former IV-
l.ns. Minister Pierr. Messm. 1
wen not Included m the nea
government, ami Michael Debre,
retarded as leas than friendly
toward Israi I, was 1. moved from
his |-.st as pan Ign Mtnlsti 1 rt
portedly arainst his will, and
install, d as Defense Minister, to
succeed M Mesamer.
while m Schumann is nol x
peeted to be a "strong" Foreign
Minister, the appointment of M.
Schumann by Prssk* nl Pompl
dou, who will himsi if determine
France's foreign policy, indicates
that thesi policies will in fai
more liberal .iixi flexible than
thosa oi Presides*] da Gaulk ob>
s. \ri- said.

A B'nui B tith lust-day cover of the newly .
Moses stamp was part o! Senior Citizens Month, calt
in Mcy. In a ceremony at the Post Ottire Depnrtn.er.-
Washington. Abe Cramer, right, ol Pottsviile. Pa., ch
man ol B'nai B'nth's Sanior Citizens Housing Corr.nV.'
presents Deputy Postmastei-General F,. T. Klcssen with
copy of the cover, which describes the organization's n
tionwide program to construct low-cost, non-sectanar. hous-
ing projects for persons 62 years and older living on .11:.
incomes.
Reform Rabbis Will Study
Synagogue Relevancy
HOl'STI >N 1JTA1 A two-
\. .11 studj has been launched bj
tin rabbit k ai m .>t Refoi m Ju-
daism to .1. t. innne ways
mak< the sj nagogut mon r It
vant in American Jews and to
help build ;i creative American
Jewr) Rabbi David Polish, the
ccAlt's rabbinic training com-
mittee chairman, announced al
the closing session ol th. xoth
annual convention of the Central
(".infer, nee ol Am. 11. an Rabbis
Speakers at the convention ex-
pressed concern thai an "archaic
synagogue" is unable to meet
the religious needs ol .lews ...
pecialt) youth, and does not aid
them in resolving social prob-
|< ma
Th. CCAR i>' ted Rabbi Ro-
land B Gitteladhn ol Temple
Israel. Boston, as its prestdi nt
succeeding Rabhi L*vl Dallas Rabbi Polish of Evans-
ton, III who was lected Ice
president, declared thai Judaism
la fact .1 with thi samt chal-
lengt confronting othei faiths in
th. secular age It Is becoming
11 relevant t.. man) ht said on
an .i.e. It rating scale, and the
,, 1 ihit ui irrt li vance and alk ^^
1 ion Is i in*.' pronounced from
within .'in own institutions "
Rabbi Maurice B FJsendrath,
pn sidt nt nt tht Union ol Airs r-
Mil.lew I '..:
congrt Rational hi m ol R<
Judaism, and Rabbi
'
the CCAR, W ho car 11, ipsti
a symposium, said t in synagoj
w is tuffei kng from 'tht iotol
abk toil ol institution.ihsm." '
"Jewish allergj to formal wor-
ship" and th.- s, If-hypnosis [
tin pulpit "
Conceding that out si mina
di~ s not in a na! sense DTOd
the completely trained rabbi."
atiot In 1 speaker, Di Nelson
C .. k on sid. nl "1 tht Hehr."
Union College Jewish Institute
... 1.. union, in. Refoi m 1 abblni-
cal s. minai j .. kit d lhal II was
constant!) si king lo impr
its curriculum
Hate Literalfure
MI XI' I '"l 1"V iJTA Anti-
, 1- likening Isr icI tn
Na/i German) have \ ire I
walls and posts hi rei -"Iv.
chief!) ,n Je\ ish ni horhoods
The leafk is show a SI 11 ol David
and s swastika rivet m inacrip-
n ading These Lgna ire
related I*- -t11 repudiate the M x -
ran people Noa the 1 i rtlms ire
thi Arabs Who will lie next?
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Friday. June 27. 1969
11*1
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["he Keren Ami Council of Temple Israel contributed one
' the largest sums ever given by a Greater Miami Re-
nous School to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1969 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund cam
>uign. Edward Cohen, administrative director of Temple
sxael and chairman of the Communal Services Division
t>f CJA IEF, accepting the check* foi the twin campaign
Left to right. Mr Cohen; Daniel Sumberg. chairman of the
brn Ami Council; Laura Bulbm. president of the Temple
siael Youth Group, and Cantor Jacob Bornstem of Temple
Religious School.
Meir To Visit Nixon
(< ikiIimikmI from I'acr I-A)
hew a-kft Russia and lu
ib -n... to tecspt tour poll
baet -h..nld be n-^to>-it throusrh
sm.:; padtasr" arcord. not
.....: Die kCCOTd must t>
I ; 11 unong the pan
rued and mm impose*] from
.Hi- futura frontiers n usi
reed upon b> tin- parties
vm and not rt.-fin.sl i..
I'.if P04*e#B; frontiers should
>t (WflMH tru> anight of C '
-t
i : ts fi am < 'an i initicall it 1 'r>->-oVtit hfa^ser cat*
by ivjaetad these terra* Th.'
t ponse to W ishin
m>n. .tly cumt'virt hi- obi
h with little Indication that
wound them could be
kinrt NcvertheVle
Ki.it -
National Hebrew
ISRAEL GIR CENTER
BAR MIT2VAM SETS
lEHdOLS ARTICLES OITTS
H VVASMINCTOS AVE 132-f
t w is ck ar thai both Moscow
i want to kci p the Big
il (* tiro news-
||KI \: Ah: UTl reported bUl
th Mr Gromyko hn.i
[iven P rti -it Nasser the
sjj on whether the Soviet
t'nii'ii shonivi continue taking
pai I in b ten t.iiKs between
the Soviet Ambassador t'> th.
'' S. An "> K Dobrynin, ana
\'. Sisco Thi > have been
rttlj nli th. I'.i |
talks in New York an I ire
led ... is i,, I.- the
. i< ntlal !' th two
t.i Al Ahram, Col
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l:'' ;:1, : 1* "i runda collected l>\
,:" "" n ol th. Ti mpk- Israel
"' '' : mi C. ii--,...,, School
"' "' lectori bj the Ken i Vn
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Fund, Variety Childn n's Hospital.
Miami Herald Camp Fund Hope
School, and .1 number ol local
hi alth ...'. ncics also receivi d ip-
I m >rt
Kin n Ami Council members in-
1 Ftonakl Heller. Seotl Kramer,
Nancy Wolf, Robert Sand. Alfred
Kohn Diane Glazer, Charli Ba-
dcr. Joy BarenbcrK, Corey Bador,
F.ric Rose. David Rubel Sara
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The B.J.E. extends its profound sympathy
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Jewish Floridlilan
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Friday June 27. 1969
i: TAMUZ
N .
A Tragic Ignorance
The most .g thing about the demcn-
:rr.s in Geimany over the appearar.~e o! the Is:
nmbassador on several campuses is the participation of
Jewish students. To label this neo-Nazism. as has been
done, is to miss the point that the demonstra'.ions were
rlanned by the Socialist Students Leaque the member-
ship of which includes not only left-wing students tram
Arab countries, but young Jews horn Israel and Germany
as well.
It is sad enough that so many youna lews involved
with the New Left in this country know so little of the ai
Semitism practiced by the Communist and Socialist partiM
Europe during this century but it :s tragic that Jews of
Europe and Israel should not be conscious of the fate
suffered by their fathers who took the same blind course.
Those who learn nothing from, history are too often fated
le repeat it.
Protests Are In Order
The unhappy news horn Poland is thai the govern
ment of that Communist nation, which re-embarked on the
-.-.s-.or.c anti-Serr.ttic program of its righust predecessor?
: the Six-Day War. will virtually close the doo: I
(wish emigration after Sept. 1.
though official figures are not available il ii ti-
ed that more than 5.000 Jews have been permitted to
.eave end that 14.000 of the 25.000 who remain, out cf a
Jewish community which once numbered 3.5 million, had
registered tor emigration since 1967 This is in itself a
rentary on life tor a Jew behind the Iron Cur*
-ere the totalitarian nations boast of their freedom for
all
' s suggested that the closing of the Polish corridor
I pcrtiy because of complaints by Arab countries that the
professional and skilled workers leaving Poland were
strengthening Israel, and partly because the Communist
government had become concerned with the loss of so
many scientists, engineers, professors and physicians
The Polish government is more sensitive to American
public opinion than its Russian counterpart and protests on
this new policy are in order. Jews have suffered long
enough in that land.
Dirty Work Doesn't Violate Integrity
We are no less dismayed with the action c! the Re-
form rabbinate in changing its position on chaplaincy
service with the armed forces than we were when the
Conservative assembly of rabbis set the pattern a year
ago. The switch to voluntary service will further deplete
he renks of Jewish chaplains available to our young men
it posts of peri! as well as at home
Greater Miarr.. this summer will have a Reform rob-
ed student serving a kind of internship m the black
2nd the idea has a good deal of validity Yet
::cst between the willingness of these young men to
oecome involved in the urban crisis and their willingness
nnister to the needs of their own brethren who are
under fire is thus emphasized.
It is to be expected that the great majority of our
rabbis would be opposed to the war in Viet Nam. il not to
all wars. We are convinced, however that there is no
v-.olation of integrity in accepting the dirty work of th*
chaplaincy with the same zeal as the dirty work in t.-.e
black ghetto is accepted.
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GofcUtein To ll< ;nl
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North Mi < i ('. ich
N( i 'van H I ill 1st. ir. \\ ;is i. |
: i.. the Moi th Dade B tr
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Among th. 'i r offleeii '.
l> the croup were president-elect
Bnao S Scnwarta; Lawtcnor H
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Milton Rubin, Morton Brown,
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. i ;tcc ol i.'> milligrama, a rate
m r than Dial ol '.<.">' ..! lb.
tin in the United StaNs
Reynolds' decision t>> Introduce
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fit percent ol th- market i-
led to justify marketing .1 n.
brand, most never gel "'.t >( the
st rraurket stage while a half of
1r- off the etajarette market dnean'l
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I he fns that there are it* in than
inn t-rarnu on th- market, and
ian-. ol these rstabtistv .1 tx
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arkel makea it tougher on tha
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Honor Fraternity
Paqe 5 A
Mrs. Nadler Gets Barry College Lecture Appointment
.it the University
The national honor awiasnil.i
Phi Kappa I'hi has Initiated 164
students at the University of Plor-
13 of whom are from Florida
The well-known honor society rcr-
ORnize* academic Bcholarahip and Secondarj Schools
Btudi nU it- ligible, must be in
the top I"' .if th. m : iaa
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1 ition Mis Nadli 1 is
;i member ol the Florida Personnel
and Ou mce Association and the
Council lor Exceptional Children
and Guidance and Personnel Asso-
ciation ol thr Dade Cou
Miami.
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Classes for 4-5 Year Olds
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Among the students from th.. Sc**"** degrees In Brooklyn. N.Y
Miami irea who wen honored are ''""' ner degree In guide
Flaini R Aronovitz, Dennis A.
Bens Lawrences Benin. Stan-
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Mishan, Celia M Newmark, Sara
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THI RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Hukkat-Balak
KVKFll RORKKT I'. KRAZJN
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aarteafl lb-brew < nsrnttiir,
Thv T.arah partM* for this Sab-
th M.Jtk.it-Balak 'Num. 19 1
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igain in th. Bibli-
l nai rative, V m s a coi fronted
Ith rebellion on thi part ol .-i
le haa i >ufrhl to g tide from
nto fi lorn.
Co U : I ; to si-:,k |.,
< k in th. ,-hil-
ffabbr rroiin
itr. n of Israel in order thit it .
lorth trailer, Haa s in hit n^ia-
tirace, .tisohrys th- word of (;.t
aim! strikes th>- r.k ti.-< ,-
water flows forth .ihundantU
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punish. (1 foil
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Temple Beth Sholom are (from left Mrs. Elliott Pearl. Sister-
hood program chairman; Mrs. Leo Levin. Mrs. Seymour
Silvermcn and Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, past presidents of
Sisterhood. The rehearsal was in preparation for the instal-
lation program entitled "New Links in the Eternal Chain
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Thi. recounting of th* Wea-vy P.m.n of th. Law Is ttrctd
and based upon "Tha Graphic History el th* J.wish Haritaat "
edited by P Wollman-Tsamlr. $15. Publishar rl Shanoold, and tha
volume is available at 57 William St., New Yor* S NY President
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York, will report on the over- S-T*' """ ^-' w..?^
seas medical programs of the seph*r0,c jevvlSM crf4.ra
Joint Distribution Committee at a C" M A" "'^^"151 *a?
midyear meeting of the JDC C *!" wV.n *T'os T* '="''*
board of directors Thursday ?'" .....A" "'bB A
evening. June 26, at the Wald-
orf-Astoria in New York City ,t
was announced this week by
Louis Broido. JDC chairman Dr
Cherkasky. who was named
chairman of the JDC Medical
Advisory Committee at the an
nual meeting of the board of
directors m December. 1968
has just returned from a survey
of JDC-Bupporled programs ,n
Iran and Israel.
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Local business leaders who serve Mount
Sinai Hospital met recently to discuss roles
ihey will play in generating commercial
and industrial support cf the institution'! S20
million medicc! center campaign. A group
cf 30 who undertook assignments to obtc.n
gifts from the business community included.
from left. Joseph Davidson, a founder of
Mount Sinai who helped organize the meet-
ing; Sam Goldman and Paul Rego Jr., ca-
che.imen of the campaign's pharmaceu"
division; Sydney Gans. chairman of the
vendors division, and Samuel Gertnei. ex-
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Panelfab International Corp. Ot Miami
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cashews for canasta and brazils for
bridge. A Nut-nik wouldn't dream of
setting forth for the Catskills or the
Caribbean without a jar of Skippy
nuts in the flight bag. Who could
enjoy himself without Skippy nuts?
There are Skippy dry-roasted
Nut-niksa very advanced group,
hooked on Skippy*s altogether
different nuttier flavor. And Skipp\
regular roasted Nut-niks. 1 hey wan!
Skippy nuts like Mama use! to make
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coffee. Both are constant, unchanging and match-
less in the joy they give-each in its own, a tradi-
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New ->i were chosen by th<-
|.ish v..u Veteran Ladiej Aux-
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ffe 30-'' .it th" Ann-ri-
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The of/ki rs elected include Mrs
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treat in i Mis William
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Mis George Kahn. recording iee-
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Mrs Sylvia Uebrnaa member
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Year at th c m> i,,n ,n,. Bertha
Lack Memorial award waa pre-
i tit -.i to Mrs n. arrice Laaaer ol
th- Abe Horrowitz Poal Auxiliary,
nn.l the Mental Rehabilitation
holarahlp waa iwarded to J. m
Elaine Goodrich, a itudenl ni
at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
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the social soionty's banquet on
20 during the orga:.
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ci Miami chapter in 1937. She
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treasurer; Mrs. Harold Jaffer, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Sam Weissel, chaplain; Mrs.
Eugene Komrad. recording secretary, Mrs.
David Goodman, financial secretary; Mr3.
Fred Witkoff. historian. Not shown. Mrs.
Leon Henry, executive vice president.
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Friday. June 27. 1969
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.">0 Yean For The
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b) A I i fclandi i in Jacalyn Adtri
Carole Frumari and Aryrh GeijF i
and [..'in Rosenborg was thi r<
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mortal Torah Award
hotel ihip Hii'i ii .i.ii i .i|
in. ol tin H.tn. u A) adi mj
i (in .1'. I Miami Kabbi A \
M.B. Chamber of Commerce
To Hear Talk by Sen. Stone
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Lcgixlatun in Rerwral and
Ins ifuits t,i retain thi resoi i tax
in particular.
l n si. ni ,,f ihi Mil mi Boai
Chambri ol Commrrcr is Jrrr>
The Family Opera Singers ol the Opera Guild of Greatei
Miami piepare for their June 27 appeaia.ce in the populai
operetta, Die Fledermaus." The complete second cct o:
the Johann Strauss work will be sunq in English and stag
ed in costume. Shown, from right, are Marx Faber. L-is
Quinlan. Hugh Thompson. Ruth Raifo. Joseph Papa
Christina Anderson and Daniel Green. The Family Operc
Singers also will be heard in Broadway show tunes anc
popular operatic arias, duets and a quartet.
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Fronton irn l" Miami ne\l
An Exhibition oi Oil Paintings
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CANTOR SEEK5 POSITION
FOR HIGH HOLIDAYS
Keats Terse, Blows Shelor cm
caadact all services. Will leave
Miami area (or position in small
community con oerterm all ser-
vices necessary in lynooeeur
CAU 16443*7
EXPERIENCED CANT0RIAL
AAL TEFI10M BAAL TOKEA BAAL
KOfil BAR MITIVA TEACHER
ovoilokle tor High Helidofi or oil
yeor Write E C Boi 2973, Miora.,
Hondo 33101.
PROMINENT
YOUNG
CANTOR
Mid tfclrities. lyric teaar >oicr with
nnsvolly well >rrsed bottareund
both musically and iwdoKoll, seeks
Hi9h Mol.do, oi prrmonrn position
wits troditionol 01 conservative
conqrrqolion Can train ond con
duct choir if desired Write P K.,
Boi 2973 Miami Florida 33101
B H
OHOLEI TORAH DAY SCHOOL
1544 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
REGISTRATION OPtN TOR THE FALL SEMESTER
BOYS and GIRLS
NURSERY KINDERGARTEN GRADES
Experienced Certified Faculty
Intensive Educational Program
Individual Studen. Attention
Bus Transportation
Centrally Ai. Conditioned
Spaciou, Playground
REASONABLE TUITION and SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION
CAL'. 531-8721 EVENINGS 534-8263
COOL-AID
CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING
COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION
COOL-AID SERVICE INC.
235-2950
8792 S.W. 131 STREET
"You could earn SI2.000 or more
when you run a Shell station ...
And be your own boss!"
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LOOK 'EM
SEE III COMPLETE
UK OF
SEABIRD MATS
"DADt COUNTY'S OMIY
SIABIRD OfJUft"
V-18S
TO
V-24's
OPEN 7 DAYS
KTM0KT
BILL WOLF
SEABIRD
MARINAS
nwi mum ri.
20 ACRES
GOOO NICN UNO WIST
0 STATI ROAD 27.
S.600 PER AC it
GOOO TERMS. CAll
VELMA S. GRAY,
REALTOR
1135 N. Krone Homettrod
247-0857,
247-8788
CAR IOT
EXCELLENT LOCATION
OfnCI AND FACILITIES
FO USED CAR Of (RATION
HIGHWAY 14 Ft. lauderdale
FLORIDA
ilSOIUS'NFSS
0PtTU*fTr FOR
MOBILE HOME
DEALERSHIP
. AND ..
INVESTMENT FOR
MOBILE HOME
DEVELOPMENT
contact
DICK NUtSSll
Broward 525-6336
Dcde 949-8677
IEAT
INFLATION
SO ACRES
Near Homestead airport,
SI 7 50 per scrt, good ternat,
include? 10 acre preduct.ng
lime grove.
30 ACRES
Grove end rentol units, n
cellent location 7 mile*
north < Homestead, yearly
income c..i S2COOO
Tetol price $186000
73 ACRES
Produc^e, lime grove annuol
inconv over $25,000.
Total price $70,000
EOR1S BREAUX BROKER
6 5 N.W. 9th Strttt
Homestead, Florida
HOME 2471711
INVESTOR
NEEDED
UNIQUE tin. jowtlry ...
trsitioo). retail and manu
factoring, f.cellenl return
inveitmon. lacker needed
to eipand. 7 54 1152
fOR
SALE
12 500 SO FT. BUILDING
UN4KR 10 YEAR LEASE
TAX $T0f\ ESCALATION
EXISTING S57.000
*' MORTGAGE
PRICE $90,000
MM.TO* K. HAHN. REALTOR
5111 SW 8th Street
Pfcon 445 6512
REAL McCOY SERVICE
NORTH EAST MIAMI 4 CBS.
FURNISHED APARTMENTS FULLY
RENTED, WALK TO BISCAYNE SHOPPING PLAZA
BUSES DOWNTOWN ALSO 79th ST CAUSEWAY
79th STREET CAUSEWAY
PRICE ONLY $30,000 Substantial Cash Required
PLEASE CALI MR LEAVITT at 891-3304
McCOY REALTY. REALTOR
130C NORTH EAST 125th STREET
SI JIS I p to CASH \V SI 00.000.00 AILABLE
i... s. Parr ha.....f 1 on lilh \ \ \ Y.i PRIM. II J. Ilal|i>rii 1211 l.inr Miami Rrarh B ICnn l.rarholil
Enjoy This New
LAKE PLACID
s^/t o licict \i ELEGANT DINING ROOM. CAMELOT LOUNGE.
LUXURIOUS ROOMS and HEATED SWIMMING POOL
WRITE OR CALL MR SERAPHIM
(813 465-6401 or MIAMI 891 3604
ABNER'S
>:i Ha* *'. :> on if-.-.'l aMfl weceu l.i "-r oe itcKlt
MOriRi rti'ovw vit'r 1 r'!"** "Wt aOHl *" '"'
tri :i eu"i im aortal) im MnMaH H ana] :> '*' l'i' win
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REGIONAL DIRECTOR J
I ih at 'i mi oi>i it u 'ir"< "d ik*if. m 04 M a Una mih M Ml
miu:i ac*i ,-o a ketanm I'MtN a tax u|ae on I
mi
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LIFETIME INCOME FROM ROYALTIES
Ttaatl tiam a I uuui uwi aaUtaa M tealarnci tim .; I artai rf ncmsM ..
on M tn a imti. mi i fciav nor rnaaax m trartu iiientici mi rajar*. ym
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DUVAL BUILDING
S^S?^ VICE PR.DT
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LONE PINE WEST
3030 W. HAUANDALE
Beach Blvd.,
Hallandale
961-3727
GRAND OPINING
See modeli set up en lots,
ready to move into in this
new adult extentiea o. Lone
Pine Mobile Coart on Hallan-
dale Beach Blvd. i block
west of I-9S (N-S X-Wayl ia
Hatlandole. See our all new
MOON models, the nation's
best seller, set up on some
of the largest lots in South
Florida. See 2510 asphalt
driveways. 4SilO concrete
patios all utilities under-
ground future planned swim-
ming pool and recreation
center and many other luxury
features.
See these beautiful mobile
homes set up in a luxury ad-
ult community before you buy
anywhere else.
One and Half Acre
High Hammock
?97' Frontage SW 144 St
, mile troin U.S. I, 3 mi lee
trom Dadeland *2C.0G0 2ti
down Cell owner CE 8-0599
Palm Terrace Motel
Pool Parking K.tchenette
Maid Service Season Near
Lincoln Mall 1 S00 Lenox Ave.
PHONE 538 0823
DON'T
Take Your Boat
To A Repair Shop
We'll Come To -
YOU!
DOCKSIDE AND
HOME SERVICE
Phone 753-8304
DECORATORS
DELIGHT
2 story building decorator
showroom, drapery work-
room, woven shade business,
carpet installation. Near 40
Street. Tropical Waters En-
terprises Realtors. 3986 Park
Drive, Coconut Grove, Flo.
Phone 667-0607.
''is for tennis lovers''
Play tennis to your heart's content on lighted courts Absolutely free Al-
ways plenty of partners ready to join you Beginners welcome! Move in
June 1st. You'll be glad you did.
ONLY A FEW LEFT
Minutes From:
Ocean ataches 3 mm
lal Harbour shops 2 mm.
lay Harbor islands 2 mm
Surtside shopping 3 mm.
itcayne Blvd. 2 mm.
I-9S 5 Mi"-
ONE-TWO BEDROOM
RENTAL BARGAINS
LUXURY FEATURES
Acoustical Soundproofing
Wall-to-wall carpoting
Color-coded baths
Color-coded kitchens
Private lonoi balcony
Olympic pool Sundeck
Health Club two Saunoi
ONE
BEDROOM
1 \i BATH
TWO
BEDROOM
2 BATH
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NORTH MIAMI FLORIDA
PHONE 757-1577
ONE & TWO BEDROOM
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Friday, Jun,.
VM-YWHA Offers
\ ariety of Activity
\ sp i ial count In Israeli :..lk
will be offi n .1 at the VM
V'VHA Ol Greatei Miami. S.MY)
- Michai : Kat Israeli
mmunit) Youth Consultant, an-
r* meed that th. urse will !*
ht by Miss );. n.i Betl An. who
s "in iviuv in aehool In Ha-
'I >-snn Israel.

Ezra Landau, a graduate of the
Hebrew Academy, will offer tu-
ton.il and conversational Hebrew
lesson at th- -Y" on Tuesda) ..n.i
Thursday afternoons

"h. :.;si mei ting >>f a new adult
group for single men an.', women
21 .: will be h. 1,1 at 8:30 p.nv
T1 i- Is Jul) I .n the Y
i- now -,- tor tiir
J' .. I to Aus 5 second si ssion of
VM-YU 'HA sumnv i d
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Boat To Be Home
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Miami Ja.-Alai N.W 36th Si at 36th Avenue
Produced by George Wr.n N- wpon Jan
Festival in ossoc.ot.on with Jae Rict
SHERATON FOUR AMBASSADORS OFFICIAL HEADQUARTERS
FRI., JUNE 27, 8 P.M.
Mile Dovi- Quintet
Nin S!m*n
Dac Brubeck Trie, and
Gerry Mulligan
Booker T. ond the MC i
Newport All Star*
with Red Norve, R.b,
raff, and Tal Forlow.

SAT., JUNE 28, 8 P.M.
Herb.e Hancock Quartet
Georg e Bensan Quartet
Jefhre Tull
R.I ond Kir* Quartet
leoturing Ira Sullivan
! Denoldien Quartet
SUNDAY, JUNE 29, 8 P.M.
Duke Ellington Orchestra Gary Burton
Quartet Hugh Masekela Quintel Young
Holl Unlimited Mothers oi Invention.
Prices: $70C 6 OC 5.0C Per Event
All Seat- Reserved
Special Sferec Sound System
TICKETS NOW AT:
Jordon Marsh, Downtown and Dodelond. Jefferson Stores. 163rd Street,
Kendall. Downtown Ft. Lauderdale. Music Mokers, Norths.de and Centrol
Shopping Centers. House of Rhythm Hollywood Mall, Recordsville. H.oleoh
Brown s Music, Ft. lard.,dole Burger loo, N.W. 27th Avenue Sound
of Music, Miracle Mile. Slo, >hok Coral Cables ft M. Beach and Miami
Beach U'opia Boutique, 2110 Ponce de lecn. Ural Cables and opposite
MDJCN
TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT MIAMI JAI-ALAI
N.W 35th StrMl at 36fh Avenue Miami Florida
IC A M thru (FM Sunday
The Studio Restaurant
LUXURIOUS DINING
ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
For So- g New and Different h V Area
2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
Call For liformation Before Coinq To The Thoifra
t'a-c Snvfh
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GILDED DRAGON CHINESE
RESTAURANT
THf UST CH'NISt (COD M MIAMI
BIACH. FR DCUVBrV ON
PKI ;f Of S5 50 ORDERS OB
MCit FROM -I TO P.M
SP* is Cantonese Food
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60? VasMaftaa Ave. Miami Beach
Phane 531-9984
maoDmmmmt
V I Out Mew Cockfoi/ lounge
M- nATM lino Spanish restaurant
Specialty sf the House "PAULA VAlfNClANA'
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14875 SOUTH DIXIE HWY 2388852
SPICIAl PRICES fO CHILDREN
COCKTAILS
BAKERY
GIFT SHOP
DANCING
EVERY FRIDAY t SATURDAY
to the Music of Royal Tones
^ .. Rhino Room
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Highballs Fr. 48c
Phone 62S-2941

Special
Table dllote
'4.95
4 30 TO 10
cr a la caste OWNER CHEF "DENIS
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LITCHFIELD
FARM HOUSE RESTAURANT
N STREET
for Meorj Ufcc Ooum on (fa Form
DINNERS f^ 1.25
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When I took my hrst ride
it seemed like riding
on a Magic Carpet
Everyone has fun on a
Magic Cxvtpt7 S&xfe,
Most inexpensive fun to I* found anywhere the
entire family low* it
Ounday school parties Boy Scout groups
Birtf.day parties they all have a wonderful time
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Performances!
IT'S
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WE'VE GOT IT!
ENJOY!
ENJOY!
"A VERY FUNNY, IMMENSELY
APPEALING MOVIE. SHARP
AND HONEST SO VIVID!
is so rich with understanding ... a
thing o? real and unusual pleasure!"
Written by
PHILIP ROTH
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Author of
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RICHARD BENJAMIN
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Villas
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been elected chairman oi
the executive committee of B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundations accord-
to c.n announcement by
M irvei H. Bern l<
chairman of Hillel's national
commission.
Miracle Lodge Masons Plan
Hippie Eat-In, Hippie Contest
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RED LION MOTOR INN
On rite Ocean at 172nd St. and Collins Ave., North Miami Broth
Preterit- Its
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Come Swim Come Sun!
ONLY 99c PER DAY
Jhrit Months Membership Available
Through June, July & August
SWIMMING SUN BATHING INTfK1AINMIfVI
JOIN NOW-LIMITED MEMBERSHIP
CALL LARRY STEINER
Pool Manager and Social Dir 947-2696 After 5 983 3663
SKY LAKE MALL
BARBER SHOP
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