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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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"cTewish Flondian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 46 Number 27
Miami, Florida Friday, July 6, 1973
Two Sections Price 25 cents
NEW MAYOR OF LOS ANGELES CONSIDERED A DAMPER OF TEMPERS
an Bradley Cool Africa's Hot Israel Hatred?
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Seven Arts Feature Syndlcata
It wasn't exactly a landside that
hoisted Torn Bradley, a black, to
(the position of mayor of Amer-
ica's third largest city. Los An-
geles, recently. But in a com-
r.unity only 18 per cent black, the
nan who sent Sam Yorty to the
political showers won 14 in every'
25 votes oast. Some analysts go
so far as to declare th3t 70 per
cent of the white voters spurned
Mayor Yorty after hi* four terms
and marked their ballots for Tom
Bradley.
A sizeable part of the crunch
giving Bradley his whopping vic-
tory came from Jewish voters.
'The organization Bradley inher-
ited from Robert Kennedy was
able to extend his support beyond
the liberal Jewish community to
more conservative white moder-
ates in Los Angeles," The Boston
Globe opined a day or so after
the Yorty collapse.
Now a strong factor in the
growing phenomenon of Amer-
ican political Black Power,
ixon Presses Inquiry
nto Diplomat's Death
COL YOSEf AlON
By Special Report
WASHINGTON "I heard the shots near the front door of
the house. I ran inside to turn on an outside light. Next thing I knew.
1 saw him fall to the lawn a few feet from the car."
This was Devora Alon's descrip- -----------
lion of the last few minutes of the
life of her husband. Col. Yosef:
Alon. who was shot to death out-;
side their home in Bethesda, Md .
early Sunday morning.
Col. Alon. 43, an Israeli diplo-
mat, had just returned with his
wife from a diplomatic party.
He was struck in the chest by
five bullets apparently shot from
a .38 caliber revolver at extreme-
ly close range.
BEFORE JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS
longressmen Get Fat
>n Fees for Lectures
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
JTA Washington Bureau Chief
ewish organizations last year paid $39,575 to 17 senators for 36
hes. an average of SI.099 for each effort. This was about eight
ent above the general average for the 584 honorariums that 74
rs received from all sources in 1972 for their speeches and
gs a total of $590,217.
-1 Their honorariums, nearly all for
speeches, averaged $1,010 and
their individual extra income
S7.976. Jewish groups paid an av-
erage of $2,320 to each of the four
Republican and 13 Democratic
senators who addressed them. A
senator's annual salary is $42,500.
ALSO AS DISASTER
ice
raelis See
Freeze
As Blessing
By DAVID LANDAU
JTA Jerusalem Bureau Chief
U SALEM (JTA)
fti the Cabinet announced here
a three-month price freeze j
to come into force at once.!
[Israeli man in the street, and
important, his wife, naturally
iced. Prices have risen by an
st incredible 11 per cent in
[first five months of this year,!
(very many Israeli families are
ig it increasingly difficult to
ice their budgets.
le, the government has
Continued on Page 6 A
This and other data emerged
from a study by the JTA of the-;
reports filed by all 100 senators I
with the Secretary of the Senate ,
on the "contributions" as well as
'honorariums" given to them dur-
ing 1972. Only honorariums of
S300 or more are required to be '
reported but some senators listed I
lesser extra earnings.
The senators also were re-
quired to disclose the names of
contributors to their political
campaigns, the amount of con-
tributions and how they were
expended. No Jewish organiza-
tion is listed in any report as
making a "contribution" to a sen-
ator although 1972 was a presi-
dential election year with a doz-
en senators up for reelection.
As usual a third of the Senate
Continued on Page 11 A
Mrs. Alon told police here that
she saw no assailant as she ran
to the side of her stricken husband
Neighbors reported that they also
heard the shots and the sound of
a car starting and leaving, but saw
no one.
In Cairo Sunday, a U.S. govern-
ment -monitored radio broadcast de-
clared thai the Israeli air and naval
attach? had been executed'' in
reprisal for the killing the week
before of an Arab militant in Paris.
The U.S. State Department said
here that neither it nor the Federal
Bureau of Investigation had any
evidence for possible motives for
the crime. Alon's family said they
had no enemies, had received no
threats in the recent past, and
there was no special police sur-
veillance outside their Bethesda
home.
President Nixon immediately-
ordered the Executive Protective
Service to "increase the protec-
tion activities of the diplomatic
community in Washington."
Nixon's order had the added
muscle behind it of the 1971 law
making it a federal crime to harm
foreign diplomats.
The President also immediately
Continued on Pace 8-A
Mayor Bradley appears from a
distance a likely candidate for
his important role of damping
down new and troublesome
manifestations of black opposi-
tion to Jewish thought and as-
pirations, not only in the
United States but in African
nations.
First, a closer look at Tom
Bradlev. Son of a Calvert, Tex.,
sharecropper and a domestic, the
new mayor came as a poor boy
to Los Angeles when he was only
seven. In school, he got typical
advice: "No use for a black boy
to go on to college; turn to work
close at hand."
Overruling the guidance coun-
selors, he won an athletic scholar-
ship to the University of Cali-
fornia, went into police work on
a hunch that he might make good
at it. did just that, attended
MAYOR TOM BRADtET
Southwestern Law School, and
eventually emerged as a cool-
headed, effective political leader.
He was elected to the Los An-
geles City Council the year John
Continued on Pace 8-A
'SLOW BUT PERCEPTIVE SWING'
Libertarians
Woeful Jews May
Be Moving Right
WASHINGTON (JTA) A
leading American civil libertarian
deplores "the slow but perceptible
swinging of the Jewish community
to the right." a move which, he
says, places Jews and Jewish or
ganizations "largely on the wrong
side of the great civil rights issues
of the day."
Joseph Rauh Jr., general counsel
of the Leadership Council on Civil
Rights and a former national chair
man of the Americans for Demo
cratic Action, elaborated on his
views in an address to the Jewish
Community Council of Milwaukee.
Wis.. an umbrella group encom-
passing major local and national
Jewish organizations.
Rauh, who is Jewish, told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
his address marked "the first
time I've spelled out my concern
in such detail." He said he was
Contin"ed on Page 2-A
N.Y. Arabs
'Explain'
Watergate
NEW YORK (JTA) The
Palestine Arab delegation is al-
leging that the "Zionist-Jew lead-
ers in the United States" are using
the Watergate scandal to blackmail
President Nixon into supporting
Israel.
A six-page statement elaborating
the charge and warning Americans
that Jews are Hying to "railroad''
the U.S. "into a third World War
in the Middle East" has been in
circulation within and outside of
Continued on Page 16-A
CONDEMNS INVASION Of PRIVACY
NJCRAC Raps Key 73'
Drive
WASHINGTON (JTA) Jewish Community Relations Agencies
said here Jewish reaction to the missionizing thrusts of Key '73. the
Christian evangelical movement, had brought many Christian leaders
to the realization that they must abandon proselytizing among Jews.
"For the first time in the his---------------------------------------------
tory of the Jewish-Christian rela-
tions in America." a resolution
community." This was viewed as
one of the "positive consequences"
; adopted at the annual plenary ses- f,owj from R ,?3 bv ,he 300
delegates representing 93 commu
nitv councils affiliated with
sion of the National Jewish Com-
; munity Relations Advisory' Council
declared, "Christian denominations vjqd r'
have been confronted with the need
to come to terms with the living But the NJCRAC statement
reality of Judaism in the Jewish criticized the "evangelical view
of America as a single 'Christian
nation' and deplored the seem-
ing support given this concept
by public participation of the
President, governors and other
public officials in "prayer break-
fasts" and the use of publicly
financed institutions, such as
state universities and high
schools, "as arenas for sys-
tematic proselytizing activities."
The effect of such proselytiza-
Continued on Page 5-A
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Arab War Hits U.S. Campuses Broadside
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This is the last in a three-
part sertes *>n the infiltration |
into the U.S. of Arab anti-
Israeli guerrilla organiza-
tions by Herbert Suall, direc-
tor of the Domestic Fact-Find-
ing Department of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
; B'rith.
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tion of Arab-American Univer-
sity Graduates is Abdeen Jabara.
a radically-oriented Detroit at-
torney who helps to bond the
Arab "intellectual" unit to ele-
ments on the American far left.
Not Serious Actions
In addition to his role in
AAUG. the headquarters of
which is in bis Detroit law of-
fice, Jabara is the editor of Free
Palestine, the leading pro-Fatah
newspaper in the United States.
He has also served, along with
his law partner, James Lafferty.
on the steering committee of the
National Peace Action Coalition
(NPAC). an anti-war organiza-
tion dominated by the Trotskyist
Socialist Workers Party.
Jabara's own activihm on behalf
of the Arab cause included his
filing suit in October, 1971,
against Defense Secretary Melvin
I.aird. Secretary of State William
Rogers, ai:d Presidential advisor
Henry Kissinger, on behalf of 12
plaintiffs, including Lafferty,
seeking to obtain public disclos
ure of alleged secret government
"studies concerning the extent of
American involvement in the
Middle East."
In anor.ier suit, Jabara sought
to have tax exemption denied to
the United Jewish Appeal. One
of the plaintiffs in the latter suit
was Norman F. Dacey, whose re-
cent full-page anti-Israel adver
tisement in the New York Times
an ad that dipped into gutter
level anti-Semitism and was
answered by an Anti-Defamation
By HERBERT SUALL
Playing prominent roles at the
-recent cdrtVefltlbli of the Arab-
American University Graduates,
Inc. were Paul Jacobs, journalist
and television commentator; Nor-
ton Mezvinsky, a former spokes-
man for the American Council for
Judaism, who now teaches at Cen-
tral Connecticut State College;
and Eli Lobel, an "anti-Zionist"
Israeli who lives in self-exile in
Paris.
Participants in past AAUG con-
ventions have included such
fait!)ful pro-Arabists as V. K.
Kri.-hna-Menon, the Indian leftist
leader; Michael Adams, former
Middle East correspondent of
England's Manchester Guardian,
now director of the Council for
the Advancement of Arab-British
Understanding: Prof. Noam
Chomsky, of M.I.T.; Father Jo-
seph Ryan. S. J.. of the Cam-
bridge Center for Social Studies,
and Rabbi Elmer Berger, execu-
tive director of Jewish Alterna-
tives to Zionism.
The Association holds its con-
ventions in a different part of the
country each year and establishes
a new "theme" each time. Saadat
Ha^an, the PLO representative,
addressed the Association's third
convention on Oct. 3. 1970, and
calied for the liquidation of
Israel.
Arabs Join U.S. Left
That convention also heard a
message from the Secretary-
General of the Arab League con-
fatulating the Association for
activities in the United States
countering what the Arab
ader called "the distortions and
llacies given currency by
rael and Zionist machineries."
Those attending also heard
Ahmad Bahaeddin, editor of the
Cairo newspaper, Al-Musawwar,
charge that "Zionists" control all
the news media of the world.
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/.....:'.;';< .-. (bed ivfaon a .'< marrio* a ge
th* low. of ; ,<./ ouad practice point //.''. / '/ aurvlva] of Judaism cm a "- gion
04 /; r ,,,. .. < -/ lota f iosl To thia
argument a growing mboi of rabbi mostly Reforn
rwtj/'/r.'j tbal a bead bn i countor-prodnettvo, wfl] not
lop du ........' r fro* soctety, and lhat by pon -
ponng Ihoy avi I '- opan b
coptanct o! ludaiMn by o / I ;.-" i
/J'>//iit,j'"jfi';./.'j ';.< Importanl difiw i i-
iii*s i'j- r< '-^f' Ial rat '- -
..' on b '>' '-;:-' kiting at mbn d
riaafl /.'>.
Purpose Is Different
Ihf. arowtli of /. tudy programi ii coll* got and
un) fenrttiot In r<
to i*'j'.' lo groatoi
'A ju'l'i tm and
U-.-tr.. ul
UN', ai
'i'iij'y;i hi lhat
l# licatton by oui ''/.'';<- youth, 'jr> ily lalM
hoi m TIm Ii purpoM Itdlnoront uJy in con|*nt and
approai ii and not and nurture of Jewish youth.
Thflri t(k till Ia>Ioh'} to dm bom*, the iynaqoguo, lo
jwUhly oimnt'l youtii Ofaanizanoni tach o Hillol, the
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DOt I |
B
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cirrn it/..' f'r.-
'Jewiaii life
'Jai)i-
001 oi were-
direct' aewioaperi
Cm (net) ;. tblka a of
dealing
Heraldj *fid Bai
Newf). It all added jp lo t
Su'
able y.-.\i- al n the h< ad-
ne read 1 ';.- J
Weddii ;'i graph the
eevi
I econd paragrapl I ;ins "A
Ji .'.. : edding, to begin > it
embodied ei elen
(bod ii' ai d '
on to st^t thai 'Uu !
boree I measured by tl unt
tality of '
n HABDL1
article n q lion
cerpU
l> named outhoi
sthnic grouping comi off
gomewbal
iral oni on th
v;ili ayndrome havi ci
otbai ivn the
alienated Phi ip Rol i in "6bod-
bye, Columbua" and the poaitive
Orthodox Herman Wouk in "Mar-
jorie Mornincstar" but it al
ways hurts to read it again, a^ it
:atio:.
* of a sacceisf--
Jevish wedding is that tl
then i lood left over a:
at the I '

-.o\e state-: to
yoos | at yon a-'e an
that they
. out of '
And certainl] r
where a reading of
Id have you be-
most Jewish reddingj sre
AND SIMILAR! V with :
M Izvah ;. h. to one cal
complaining to the press
ick of fund? fir Jew-
iication, t - Nor do the ad-
ment! aimed at this group
tuch thought*: Magnificent
service, gourmet cuisine." I:
rich and beautiful" and
' Your little ^irl is getting mar-
N'ol overlook the book-
ings fi ; High Holy Days in re-
throughout tie coun-
best of foods be-
after thi ervl<
nought from
>me unap-
excessed |
I i
lyand Ji -h law and
ainbu'
Is an t1 osi
food, flowers ar.d
noise" which. ;,\
enough, was presented in la.-t
week's Voice, the official publica-
tion of the local Catholic Arch-
diocese.
IN AN ARTICLE on a page de-
ar. eryiiaRc :k ~. of '-
'- a as
"Th- **< I |
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aritraatfraoke; x-
active par. :n their expen n<
. they pra-.se Him for 'pi
ing bread from the
tc gladden meifs hearts
THE MAJOR Jewish fes
to this day combine *h>> i
ment of !ife"s good thins
joy of knowing God's pres-
ence. The festival .: Pasjot
(Peaach) celebrates the freeing
presence of God today as in th
days of Moses and a! the ;
meal the tather' reminds h:-
family, He brought us
slavery to freedom' Autos:
brings the joyful.. f.itiv
Booths Sukkoti Jew,-
mur.ities eat and drink in
remembrance of the days
their fathers knew G.'
er.ee ai they wimHered. in *
ert. Be!k>A-oic G<6 i mV,
today as then, tbeji thaojifi:..:-'
icy the good things of '
i in so many way? reveal
His presence.'
I- the ongi ing debate
'si the cula
has always bi;
h c in it be scUhSlt
InstitutionsIncluding >
and Bar IfiUvahsmust
necessarily be suspect in the
minds ef many if they plaj t
game without the rules that give
it purpose. Without the saactifi-
cation, the good life run truly-'be
gross. '' .
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THE M4MTS VIEWPOINT
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Rabbi Ought to See How
Terminal Ratients Suffer
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: i homes and see what is going on.
. u u i Talk to some of the nurses and
nity,' which appeared in the June things m P1CTUre
"lU^wU as the other members! j ^Iter Sacketfs bill, -Death
of 'the family, wish to state that j with Dignity,' should indeed be
. u___m. ^,o.. nfh what h*l Passed but not the way it seems
NJCRAC Raps 'Key 73' Drive
Continued from Page 1 A
the
"We
tion has been minimal,
JfJCRAC agencies declared,
do not perceive (it) as
threat to the integrity or security
of the American community or its
Judaism."
Jewish community "continue to ] limited largely to a "weakened and
speak out in opposition to infringe-) decimated" radical right, a few far
ments on personal liberty." | left groups whose inflammatory
ior I "" 'S esscntial t0 tne security anti-Zionist statements were beyond
__ i ot *hc Jew'sh community that our "legitimate criticism" of Israeli
society remain free and open, pro- policies, and extremists
we heartily disagree with what he j
had to say.
We just buried my Dad accord-
ing to Jewish law, no matter what
the cost, up in New York despite
the cemetery strike. In fact we
were on TV that very night.
Dad had been "dead" for over a
year. Doctors told us this, yet none
would do anything about putting i
an end to it though we pleaded
with them. gave our written con
sent and so on. We suffered more
than Dad did, believe me, and it
almost led to family split-ups and
more sickness. We were not self-
ish or anything like that. We just
could not see Dad go on this way.
So. why prolong such a life? Is
being kept alive through use of
mechanical devices worth all the
heartache and so on? Never mind
:!)c expenses that arc involved.
Rabbi J. David Blcich should
visit some of the hospitals and
to be going at this point. It should
definitely include the right of
patients family to cive the okay! ,raoAnm
to end the patient's life if said ,reedom-
The conference also condemned
unconstitutional" use of electronic
surveillance and other invasions of
privacy, denouncing such actions
by government agencies as "an
alarming disregard for some of the
most basic safeguards of individual
person cannot do it himself due
to senility or brain damage.
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A policy statement adopted at
the annual plenary sessions of Na-
tional Jewish Community Relations
Advisory Council urged that the
tecting the rights of all individ-
uals," NJCRACs constitutent agen-
cies declared.
Another consensus by the
NJCRAC agencies found anti-
Semitism in the form of overt
discrimination and open hostil-
ity toward Jews "in a continued
decline." It appraised the Amer-
ican Jewish community as "nn-
precedentedly secure, socially,
economically, and politically."
The extent of "Jew-baiting prop-
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black
ports.
among
nationalists, NJCRAC re-
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D. Cole of Louisville, Ky., as chair-
man succeeding Albert E. Arent of
Washington, who had served the
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ficer since its inception, was re-
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vice chairman.
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Friday, July 6, 1973
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Support Voiced for Co urt Dec ision
NEW YORK (JTA) Jew
|ish groups are expressing support
IoMtae !*-*' Supreme Court's' bla-
Iket decision invalidating all sub-
Istantial forms of state aid for non-
public schools currently in effect
and apparently doomed future ef-
forts to obtain such aid within con-
| stitutional bounds.
The 6-3 high court decision was
I hailed by Jewish groups which
have been in the forefront of the
legal battle against parochiaid.
Orthodox spokesmen who just as
vigorously have been seeking pub-
lic monies for support of financial-
lly ailing Jewish schools greeted it
I with expressions of disappointment,
land dismay.
Specifically, the Supreme Court
declared unconstitutional New
York State's 1970 Mandated Serv-
ices Act and all three parts of
the 1972 omnibus bill which
granted non-public schools in the
state money for maintenance and
repairs and provided tuition re-
imbursement for low-income par-
ents and tax credits for all par-
ents of children attending pa-
rochial schools.
The court also declared uncon-
stitutional a 1972 Pennsylvania tui-
;ion reimbursement statute and up-
n-Id a lower court decision in Ohio
-t tax credits for parochial
i(h,;ol parents.
Rabbi Bernard Goldenbcrg. asso-
ciate director of Torah Umesorah,
National Society of Hebrew
,);iv Schools, told the JTA that the
leciston will cost the 185 Hebrew
jay schools in New York State S6
JloS" million in state aid this year.
pabbi Moshe Sharer, president of
.he Agudat Israel of America, put
the loss at $4 to S5 million in New
fork State.
Smathers Named
To Florida Council
F The State of Florida Department
of Commerce has appointed Frank
Smathers. Jr. to the new Florida
Council of International Develop-
ment.
Smathers, chairman of the board
and president of United Banc-
Shares of Florida. Inc.. assumed
the position of president and chief
executive officer of United First
Florida Banks, Inc. last week when
he merger of United and Firsi
Honda Bancorporation became ef-
ective.
, Serving with Smathers on the
Council are Ben Atkins, chairman:
Carlos J. Arboleya, Adm. hPilip F.
Ashler, John Bierley, Norman Ci-
ient. Ray DePaula, Milton N. Fish-
er. Charles Frankenberg, Gui L. P.
tovaert, Vernon Gray, Roger J.
LaRoche and Richard D. Leever.
Also John Miller. William 3.
Hills. William L. Pallot, City Com
missioner Manolo Reboso; Gene
Rodriquez. Don Shoemaker. Lee K.
Ipancer. Ronald Spencer, State
Rep. Paul Steinberg; Fred J. Stov-
nCapt. Robert Waldron and
Whittington.
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He .said :he potential loss of Jew-
ish day schools nationwide was at
least $10 million because the Su-
premo Court has undercut a cam-
paign by various Jewish and other
groups to obtain federal tax cred-
its for non-public schools. Rabbi
Sherer is president of Citizens Re-
lief for Education by Income Tax
(CREDIT), a national coalition of
Orthodox Jewish and Roman Cath-
olic groups.
Rabbi Sherer told the JTA that
the group will hold an emerg-
ency meeting in Washington
later this week to determine if
any constitutional avenues re-
main open to pursue their objec-
tives.
Rabbi Sherer and Rabbi Golden-!
berg said that the burden for pro- j
viding urgently needed financial:
assistance for Jewish day schools
now re-ts on the Jewish federa-
tions, the community and the secu-
laT organizations that successfully
led the court fight against parochi-
aid.
Leo Pfeffer, special counsel for
the Committee for Public Educa-
tion and Religious Liberty
(PEARL) which carried the anti-
parochiaid fight to the Supreme
Court, told the JTA that he was
"certain that the Jewish day
shools will not be prejudiced by
this decision and they will be able
to maintain and increase their ef-
forts by obtaining funds from the
Jewi-h community and in particu-
lar the Jewish welfare funds."
Pfeffer, who argued his brief
before the nation's highest court.
added. "I think the decision is
very good. It safeguards the Jew-
ish day schools from governmen-
tal interference into their affairs
and protects the religious free-
dom of all Americans."
Theodore R. Mann, vice presi-
dent of the American Jewish Con-
gress and chairman of its Commis-
sion on Law, Social Action and
Urban Affairs, also welcomed the
Supreme Court ruling.
Mann, a Philadelphia lawyer and
businessman who argued the case
against the Pennsylvania law be-
fore the Supreme Court, said he
hoped that "government officials,
from the President down, will rec-
ognize that these decisions pre-
clude further efforts to find a way
around the constitutional prohibi-
tion embodied in the First Amend-
ment of government aid to sec-
tarian schools."
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MR. AND MRS. DOMINIC FACARAZZO, JR.
PEMBROKE ROAO. HOLLrWOOD, FLORIDA

We Believe In People With,Dreams
It wos on March 1, 1972, that Dominic Faearozzo
and his bride-to-be Marilyn decided to include
Flagler Federal in their wedding plant. That's when
they opened a honeymoon savings account at our
Hollywood office. They were most impressed with
the personal interest of our savings officer, Rachel
Cuccurullo.
They've come a long way since. (So has Rachel; she's
Branch Manager now.)
In little more than a year, their savings have grown
to include a romantic Jamaican honeymoon...a down
payment on a homesire...even a new car. All possi-
ble with the help of our flexible 5 passbook savings
account that earns interest compounded daily from
day of deposit to day of withdrawal.
We also have other sove-for-o-dreom plans:
Our 6'o per year Savings Certificates (2-3 yrs. $5,000
minimum) and our 5Vz% per year Savings Certifi-
cates (1-2 yrs. $1,000 minimum).
Start saving today at Flagler Federal; we put a let
of interest into your dreams.
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HOLLYWOOD: 101 Hollywood Fashion Center, 961 -5335
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Interest in Higher Education Down
young Jews in universities and
colleges today, represent the largest propor-
tion of any ethnic group enrolled in institutions
of higher learning. Eight out of 10 Jewish
youngsters either attend or have attended, a
college or university.
Nevertheless, a study of Jewish freshmen
unexpectedly revealed that Jews now constitute
only 4.2 per cent of the total student popuiac.un
as compared with 5.4 per cent a few years ago.
So far no explanation of this serious decline has
been given.
Some Jewish leaders speculate that the re-
duced percentage of Jewish freshmen might be
due to the steady increase in the number of
young non-Jewish Americans attending college,
especially to the increase in the number of black
students. Others point to the fact that about 60
per cent of Jewish freshmen who were ques-
tioned in a highly representative sample survey
did not accept the prevailing view that a college
education increases ones earning power.
Whatever the reasons for the decline are.
the decrease indicates that college education
does not mean all the things to all the Jewish
youths it once meant, especially if they begin to
doubt whether their years of study will assure
for them a better position later in life. One can
now hear it remarked on the campus that a
plumber has more income than a scientific re-
search worker, and, that an ordinary laborer in
the building trade earns more than one who
graduates as a teacher.
More than 50 per cent of the parents of all
the Jewish students in this country' are engaged
in business, but only 15 per cent of the Jewish
students anticipate pursuing a business career.
They study business administration but with the
present economic uncertainties in the country,
they are not sure of their prospects after their
graduation. Many of them will, of course, join in
their fathers' business, but others are ambitious
to become high administrative executives in
large enterprises. They are not sure now whether
they will reach their ambition.
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*JenistFkridl*3in Friday, July 6, 1973
Joseph f" cut hoi I
Territorial Claims "Reasonable'
HOLLYWOOD
CBN. Gaylord Nelson (D-Wis.)
returned from his second vis-
it in eight years to Israel con-
vinced that Isra <*s territorial
aims are 'reasonable" for its
self-prctection and that Israel is
"here to stay" although it has
"problems" and "limitation-.'"
'Basically. Israel is simply seek-
ing to obtain secure borders to
protect itself and not annexing
large territory." he said.
"Since Israel is not asking for
lots of territory or people, it is
perfectly reasonable in its in-
sistence on the security of its
borders. Xo victor in war has
asked for less."
Nelson spent a week in Israel
in late April primarily to attend
the naming of a nachla in the
Negev for three Midwest couples
honored by the Jewish National
Fund.
Stressing Israel's need for se-
curity. Nelson said: "The United
States must be sure it allows Is-
rael to acquire the most modern
military equipment ... If Israel
is weak enough to be attacked,
she will be attacked. When Israel
is not in a strong position, there
will be war."
Nelson, a member of the Sen-
ate Finance Committee, spoke
With certainty that Israel should
"control" the Golan Heights and
Sharm el-Sheikh. He spoke ap-
provingly of the Allon plan for
Israeli military installations on
the West Bank.
"Gaza is a very tough, compli-
cated question." he said of that
area which Israel occupied in the
Six-Day War. "I have no resolu-
tion for it. The tragedy is that
the Arab countries did not absorb
those 250.000 Arabs there. Israel
absorbed a half-million Jews from
the Arab countries. If the Arabs
absorbed a half-million Palestin-
ian Arabs the problem would
have gone.
"Time has to go by before peace
comes," he said. "Time works on
behalf of a peaceful settlement.
Wars and tensions are counter-
productive and all will realize it
at some time.
Not having been in Israel since
1965. Nelson -aid he was "aston-
ihed" at the "vibrant, rapid
changes" in the country and the
"astonishing" construction.
"The country is there to stay
all right," he exclaimed in de-
scribing it.
Nelson was particularly inter-
ested in the desalination experi-
mentation at Eiiat. He offered
the legislation that called for the
expenditure by the United States
of S2J million for joint Israeli-
American work with desalination.
The Eilat and another plant using
the same system in San Diego,
Calif., stem from his legislation.
art ^/flpert
No One but (he Public
Seems to Care for Davan
LJAIFA Even- public opinion
poll conducted in Israel, no
matter under whose auspices,
shows that Moshe Dayan was
overwhelmingly the nation's fa-
vorite to succeed Golda Meir as
Prime Minister until she decided
r. >t to retire. No second choice
was given anywhere near the pub-
lic support received by Dayan.
It is common knowledge by
now. however, that the political
bosses of Dayan's own party
didn't want him. They don't like
a man of independence, who Can
not be relied upon to follow the
party line.
In these circumstances the cam-
paign of revilement and be-
smirchment now being launched
against Dayan from many quar-
ters has all the earmarks of a
deliberate effort, carefully di-
rected from above, to undermine
his popularity.
No opportunity is ignored if
it can be Used again-1 Dayan.
One daj it was re] veil that vari-
ous antiquities from Moshe Day-
an- private collection were being
I in the L'.S. The critics leaped,
and complaint was I led against
Dayan in the Israel court on
charges of illegal export of an-
tiouities. presumably for personal
gain.
The charges made headlines
ur.til it was revealed that not
Dayan, but the Maskit Company,
which did have an export license.
had sent the items abroad. Fur-
thermore, they were being sol I
for the benefit of the American-
Israel Culture Foundation.
Later came the effort to por-
tray Dayan as a dictator and
autocrat. Meir Beeri, head of the
Mapam Political Department, said
that the only change in the sta-
tus of the West Bank Arabs was
that previously they had been
ruled by King Hussein and now
they are ruled by King Moshe.
The Mapam party is bitterly
opposed to Dayan's policy of eco-
nomic cooperation with the West
Bank Arabs and normalization of
the status quo. When Dayan
states that Jews have as much
right to settle and live in Hebron
or Tulkarm or Nablus as Arabs
do to live in Haifa or Jaffa or
Acre, Mapam opens up against
him as an imperialist and an en-
emy of peace with the Arabs.
Latterly the anti-Dayan cam-
paign has taken a new tack. It
is now "revealed" thrt Dayan had
nothing to do with the winning of
the Six Day War. Those who
"know" tell that as a matter of
fact Dayan thought the Egyp-
tians would never be eliminated
from Sinai, but he was willing to
seize on the oppoirunity to come
to power.
The "revelations" have not con-
vinced the public, but they are
causing a severe strain within
the Labor Party.
A Compiled Commentary on
"The Dimensions of Job," a study and selected
readings, edited by Nahum N. Glatzer
(Srhocken. S3.95). contains a compilation of
seme of the most meaningful modem commen-
taries on Jobs theme. The lengthy learned in-
troduction by the editor provides an analysis of
Job and the classical Judaic and Christian inter-
pretations.
The readings are culled from the leading
theologians and philosophers of Judaism and
Christianity as well as humanists and the drama-
tist Archibald MacLeish. The influence of the
Book of Job extends to the great works of world
literature, for example. Dante's "Divine Comedy"
John Donne's sermons. Milton's "Paradise Re-
gained." Goethe's "Fau.-t."
Glatzer also wrote the foreword to "On
Zion," by Martin Buber. (Schocken Books. S6.95).
The boox is a collection of Buber's lectures in
1344 in Jerusalem. Glatzer indicates thai Buber
spoke of Zion as a sacred mission, a command to
found a just society and to initiate the Kingdom
of God.
Buber. along with Judah Magnes and several
other thinkers, believed in the creation of a bi-
national state, Jews and Arabs living together.
The folly of such a dream did not appear to
Fierce the reality with which they were sur-
rounded. However, the naivete of Buber's politi-
cal thinking should not obscure his clarion call
to the people of Israel, in the Yishuv. and the di-
aspora, to see the unique significance of the
connection between Jews and the land where
the pioneering was to be for a redeemed world.

.
Flap Over 'Bridget Loves Bernie' Joins Hot Issue to a Hot Summer
^l'T on Long Island, the Committee for the further-
ance of Jewish Education reportedly has g >ne to
court in its determination to have 'New-day" run an
advertisement the committee has tried to place and
pay for.
Not many miles away, the Columbia Broadc
System at about th:1 same time announced it was drop-
ping the nighttime suds opera "Bridget Loves Bernie."
In both instances, one issue was intermarriage.
Another issue at least to a degree was censorship.
The Jewish complaints in the Long Island case wanted
all readers of "Newsday" to know that they considered
intermarriage "suicide, national and personal." The
Jewish complaints in the CBS matter wanted th? TV
.'lations to know they considered an "Abie's Irish Rose"
treatment of interfaith romance and eventual marriage
% as offensive and tasteless.
Strikes us that nobody will argue the point that
opposition to the burgeoning phenomenon of Jewish-
Christian intermarriage was a major thread running
through both matters. But we might get an argument
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fZL
rt
oZ^CCJlill
if we insisted as we do that censorship was- involved
as well.
"Newsday" spokesmen insisted they did not re-
fuse to publish the Jewish Education group's ad; they
just wanted to have the composers of the message
change the content a bit. But the compluintants said no.
the court should take "Newsday s" preferential mail-
ing rate priviliges and pay S20.000 in compensatory
damages. Was censorship at issue, then, or wasn't it?
And how about those efforts to drive "Bridget
Loves Bernie" off the air? If you insist, as one Jewish
organization did, that the serial mocks the basic teach-
ings Of Judaism, or if you contend, as a second Jewish
on did, that the QBS portrayal was a "de-
meaning anachronism," are you trying to tell stations
they can't run "B
Few issues are stickier than censorship at-
tempted, pu>hed. accomplished. For example, not far
from where this bundle of opinion originates, a citi-
zen-' group descended on a bookshop they abhorred
jUSt a few days ago and demanded that the purveyors
of pornographic books and magazines close up and
grt out. "This is our neighborhood." they cried in
anger, "and you have no right to try to sell your books
here."
How deep run the feelings! CBS decided to cancel
"Sticks And Bones," David Rabe's television play about
a blind American veteran of the war in Vietnam who
found himself unable to abide his family's smugness
upon his return. The drama was due to run at the
height of Operation POWs Return. Didn't seem like
peace with honor for "Sticks and Bones." So out it
went.
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Congressmen Get Fat Fees
or Lectures to Jewish Groups
Continued from Page 1A
also was being chosen by the
electorate 33 senatorial contests
in 1972).
The 74 senators who increased
their incomes addressed a wide
variety of organizations in their
speaking engagements. These in-
cluded business, banking and lob-
hying groups, labor unions, col-
lege students and religious bodies.
Obviously, numerous senators ad-
I dressed Jewish and other groups
I without remuneration of any kind.
Twenty-six reported they did not
receive any honorariums from any
|source. Travel expenses are not
required to be listed, but some
Isenators meticulously included
that item in their reports. Some of
Ithe most popular speakers at Jew-
ish functions such as Senate Leader
[Huqh Scott of Pennsylvania, Rob-
ert Taft Jr. (R-Ohio). Richard S.
Schweiker, (RPa.). Harrison A.
Williams (D-N.J.) showed no hon-
orarium from a Jewish organiza-
tion although they listed sizeable
amounts from other groups.
Other heavily booked senators
like Hubert H. HumDhrey (D-
Minn.) and Abe Ribicoff (D-
Conn.) each reported they received
only one fee from a Jewish group.
Only four of the 18 senators
from nine tates with large Jew-
ish populations New York,
Pennsylvania. New Jersey. Mary-
land. Illinois. Florida. Michigan.
JOhio and California reported
7 honorariums from Jewish organiza-
fions.
Sen. Robert Dole of Kansas,
who was the Republican national
chairman in 1973, led in the
earnings with S33.500 for 26
speeches before a Jewish organi-
those financially rewarding
speeches before a Jewish organi-
zation. Tulane University gave
him his highest fee, $5,000.
Sen. Humphrey, the leader in
|971 with $83,451, made less than
third of that last year, but he
kame in second with $29,135 for
|3 speechrs and one article. His
icome included $1,500 for a
speech for the Developi'ffeW^LW.
poration for Israel. Seven other
organizations paid him more than
that. Golden Industries and the
Trade Policy Research Center each
gave him S5.000.
While the highest fee for a
speech by a senator was $5,000,
the top fee paid by a Jewish group
was $3,000. The Jewish Federation
of Cincinnati paid that honorarium
to Sen. Edward W. Brooke (R-
Mass.). who received $6,400 for
eight other speeches before non-.
Jewish groups.
Sen. Brooke was one of the four'
Republicans receiving Jewish fees.
The others were Jacob K. Javits.
of New York, who received $1,500
from the American Technion So-1
ciety and $2,000 from Beth El1
Synagogue (address not given) in'
his total of $8,900 for four speeches
and two articles: Charles M. Math-'
ias Jr., of Maryland, $500 from '
the Anti Defamation League of
New York, in his total of $4,475
for 12 speeches and two articles;
Robert W. Packwood or Oregon.
$1,050 for two speeches worth
$525 each at Israel Bond rallies in
New York City and in Omaha,
Neb., in his total of $7,481 for 10
speeches.
Among the Democrats. Sen.
Birch Bayh of Indiana led both in
the number of appearances and
money received from Jewish I
groups. He was paid $7,500 for \
?ix speeches: Beth Tora. $1,500: j
Bnai Israel. $500: United Jewish |
Appeal, twice for $1,500 each; Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women.!
$1,000, and Development Corpora-
tion of Israel. $1,500. The locales
of these speeches were not listed, i
Among all senators. Sen. Bayh
ranked third with $26,500 for 15
speeches.
Sen. C.ale W. McGee of Wyo-
ming earned $3,000 from Jewish
organizations. For three speeches
for the Anti-Defamation League
in Palm Beach, New York and
Atlanta, he received $500 each;
for talks at bond rallies in Scars-
dale and Cherry Hill, $750 each.
In all Mr. McGee made 21
speeches for $19,125.
Sen. Mike R. Gravel of Alaska.
who collected $23,861 for 29
speeches to rank fifth among the
senators, received $5,025 from
Jewish elements. The Development
Corporation for Israel paid him
$2,500; National Committee for
Labor Israel. $1,000; United Jew-
ish Appeal. $1,275, Yeshiva Uni-
versity. $500.
Sen. Henry M. Jackson of Wash-
ington received $4,500 for four
appearances before Jewish organi-
zations. He turned those checks
over to the Garfield School Me-
morial Fund, his report specified.
For speeches at bond rallies in
Los Angeles and Orlando, the De-
velopment Corporation for Israel
raid him $750 each. The American
Technion Society of Miami Beach
paid $1,000 and the Atlanta Jew-
ish Welfare Federation, $2,000 Al-
together. Sen. Jackson received
$9,400 for eight speeches and one
article.
Other Democratic senators re-
ceiving honorariums from Jewish
sroups were: Thomas F. Fagleton
(Mo.) $1,000, Israel Histadrut
Committee; Daniel K. Inouye (Ha-
waii) $1,500. Jewish National Fund;
Edmund S. Muskie (Maine). $500.
Anti-Defamation League: Walter
F. Mondale (Minn.), $1,000 two
speeches. Anti-Defamation League;
William Proxmire (Wis.). SI.000.
Israel Bond rally in Cleveland:
Abraham Ribicoff (Conn). $1,500.
Mt. Sinai Medical Center, Milwau-
kee: Adlai Stevenson III (111.).
$1,500. Temple Emanu-El. New
York; John V. Tunney (Calif).
$1,000 from the United Jewish Fed-
eration and $1,000 from a Temple
Beth Ahm lecture series (addresses
not listed).
Supporters of Jewish concerns
who did not receive Jewish fees
included Senators James L. Buck-
ley (Cons-NY). $25,105 for 13
speeches and two articles: Harri-
son A. Williams Jr. (D-N.J.) $22.-
850 for 31 speeches; Alan Crans-
ton (D-Calif.) $8,427 for 131
Mrs. Sol Baum, who was cited recently by Temple Ner
Tamid for her outstanding job as chairman of the Religious
School board is shown with Dr. Eugene Labovitz. rabbi,
(left) and Emanuel Feder, educational director.
speeches and one article; George
S. McGovern (D-S.D.). $5,100 for
four speeches and two chapters in
a book; Vance Hartke (D-Ind.)
$12.250' for 10 speeches and an
article: Harold E. Hughes (D
Iowa) $15,810 for 17 speeches and
an article; Robert Taft Jr. Ohio) $5,647 for eight speeches
and one article; Richard S. Schwei-
ker (RPa.) $6,350 for seven
speeches; Hugh Scott (RPa ) $21,
400 for 15 speeches; Edward M.
Kennedy (D-Mass.) $1,400 for one
speech and two articles; Frank
Church (D Idaho) $10,900 for 13
speeches.
Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee Chairman J. W. Fulbright
(D-Ark.) received $4,185 in royal-
ties on a book and $3,400 for two
speeches. Sen. Mark O. Hatfield
(R-Ore.) was paid S22.530 for 16
s *eeches.
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AATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
ASHINGTON, D.C. The
ing statemenit of John W.
i III left little room for
bt on one point. President
-^n must resign, or be im-
led IF Dean is shown to have
the truth about the Presi-
t's personal involvement in
5 sorry tale of the obstruction
justice.
The "if is enormous. While
[ho effort to determine Dean's
truthfulness or falsehood is go-
ing forward, however, there are
['.ready certain things that can
>e said with confidence. Doan
limself is a sleazy and unprin-
tirled man. to begin with. Over
ling period of time, he will-
ingly participated in criminal
He neither protested nor
i.'ld back from these acts until
b?gan to feel personally en-
langered. At that point, he
larted running for cover,
Thi> man's entire appearance be
>re the Watergate investigatimz
>mmittee was in truth the cul-
lination of his run for cover
may not work, in view of the
|ata criminally implicating Dean
?posited under seal by Special
rosecutor Archibald Cox. Yet
lere is a far better chance that
le appearance before Sen. Sam
Ervin and his colleagues will
ive Dean from the jail he so
luch fears.
There is no court in the United
lates where John Dean can now
:eive a fair and unprejudiced
Sal. Under the Delaney decision
previously summarized in this
(pare, the federal government,
fcrcugh Sen. Ervin and his com-
mittee, has greatly helped to
create the conditions in which
Dean cannot be tried without
|*tnuiice. Unless the Delaney
fision is reversed, in fact, it is
btful whether Dean can ever
tried. This aspect of the law
s certainly not absent from
the minds of Dean and his at-
torneys.
t is tempting to linger further
ithe sheer sleaziness that Dean
pealed in this run for cover.
link, for example, of his cli
ictic meeting with H. R. Haldc
in and John Ehrlichman when
sought to make it clear he
r.t- nc: playing the coverup
me any longer." It was a char
^fceristic touch that he carefully
^framed from telling Haldeman
ted Khrlichman that he had al-
^fcdy begun to talk with the
ftderal Watergate prosecutors.
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rifying story. One must wait to
judge the veracity of Dean on
the subject of the President's
own involvement. But no one
needs to wait to judge the White
House system that Dean described
in such detail.
It was. to begin with, a system
that conferred all but incredible
personal power on Haldeman
and Ehrlichman. Little things
Dean said all too plainly indi-
cated this power's extent. There
was, for example, the memoran-
dum Dean prepared for the Presi-
dent, which Haldeman more or
less "blocked" in the President's
outer office.
This can only mean that Halde-
man and Ehrlichman between
Paul Ruthfield
Candidate For
(litv Council
Paul Ruthfield. vice president of
I. Hentz & Co.. Inc.. 631 71st St..
Miami Beach, has announced his
andiriacy for the Miami Beach
City Council in the newly estab-
ished north district.
Ruthfield. who has been active
:i community and civic affairs in
liami Beach, is presently vice
hairman of the Miami Beach Plan-
ling Board. He has been active in
nany political campaigns, having
ast served as campaign manager
or State Rep. Barry Kutun.
Ruthfield has served as pres-
ent of L'chaim Lodge of B'nai
i'rith. president of the Enterprise
lub of Miami Beach, vice pres-
dent of the Temple Beth Sholom
Jrotherhood and as a director of
)ade Better Government League.
Jade better government league.
He is also active in the Miami
Jeach Elks Lodge, Miami Beach
Jemocratic Ciub, the Civic League
>f Miami Beach and the Miami
Jeach Chamber of Commerce.
Ruthfield. 34. has lived in Miami
,ieach since 1947 except for the
period he served in the U.S. Navy.
Ac attended Miami Beach High
School, the University of Miami
and the University of Miami Law
school.
Congregation B'nai Raphael
Holds Graduation Exercises
Congregation B'nai Raphael, 1401
N\V 183rd St., held its graduation
exercise; rrcentlv with Rabbi Vic-
tor Zwelling officiating.
The graduates incuuued Martin
Benes, Adam Coiton, Michelle Fish-
nan. Arthur Friedman, Glenn Ger-
tenfeld, Kim Berdick, Randy Eis-
ner. Mathew Geller, Susan L
Donald Hordes, Andrew Pechenik,
Tairi Pivniik. Bonnie Rotberg,
Lynn Rubin. Fran Partner, Phillip
Schutzer, Carol Shendell and Ja-
r.ice Wagner.
them almost literally exercised
direct, continuous and personal
control over all information
reaching the President of the
United States on any subject not
having to do with foreign affairs
and the national defense. Anyone
who controls ail the information
reaching a President almost lit
crally controls the President, too.
Yet this really seems to have
been the nature of the former
White House system.
Then one must add the evident
distaste of the managers of the
former White House system for
anyone enjoying a degree of in-
dependence with respect to them.
Simple independence was plainly
the main crime. Thus ex-Atty.
Gen. John Mitchell was at feud
with them, but so was Mitchell's
BltOgl ther different successor, ex
Atty. Gen. Richard Kleindienst.
Shows of independence must in
fact have been the ticket of ad-
mission to the strange list of pro
scribed civil servants that was
kept in this strange White House.
The proscription list, in turn, was
the main instrument of the post-
election purge of all departments
and agencies. It was like the song
in the Mikado" "I Have a
Little List!"
Worst of all, finally, was the
arrogant contempt for the law-
inherent in the former White
House system. That contempt was
plain enough in the way the
White House "plumbers'" group
was set up originally, and in the
way it was used long before the
Watergate break-in. The idea
basic to the former White House
system indeed appears to have
been that the White House was
effectively above the law.
Perhaps the system's managers
believed they were placing them-
selves above the law for the good
of the country. No sordid motive
except passionate love of power
seems to have driven them on.
But it was a sick system. And
whether or not Watergate de-
stroys the President, one must
thank God that the former sys-
tem has at any rate been de-
stroyed.
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the United Nations since May 14.
The Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cy obtained a copy of the state-
ment which is signed by Issa
Nakleh, chairman of the Pales-
tine Arab delegation, "perma-
nent representative of the Arab
higher committee for Palestine,"
headquartered in Beirut, Leba-
non. The group is registered with
the U.S. Department of Justice
as a foreign agent.
Its statement claims that "the
objective of Israel and the Zionist-
Jew leadership is to dictate to the
President the Middle East policy
of the United States."
It alleges that to further that
objective a "vicious and libelous
campaign by the Zionist Jew con-1
trolled press television and radio
networks carried on against tin-
President of the United States and i
his administration over the so-1
called Watergate scandal is an at-
tempt to break the will of the
President and to force him to sub-
mit to the dictate of Israel and
the Zionist-Jew leaders."
The statemenit extols President
Nixon and the "remarkable victor-
ies in his foreign policy. President
Nixon and his top aides consider
the national interests of the United
States are very much involved in |
the Middle East conflict. On the
other hand, so-called Israel and
its agents, the Zionist-Jew lead-
ers in the United States are not
happy about the United States j
initiative," the statement says.
"They are unhappy that Presi-
dent Nixon and his aidrs are con-
cerncd about United States na- ,
tional interests. They are un-
happy in view of the energy
crisis and dependence of the
United States on Middle East
oil. United States leaders will
not blow up their bridges with
the Arab world. .
Israel and American Jewish
leaders tell the President and his
top aides to forget about the Mid^
die Bast foi another 10 to 15
years. All that the United States
has to do is give Israel all the
Phantom jets and sophisticated
weapons it needs, ail the financial
support it demands and the
United States influence to obtain
the immigration of two million
Jews from the Soviet Union, there-
by enable Israel to increase its
military strength."
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State and to your senators and con-
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of this vicious blackmail campaign
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BOTH AT HOME AND ABROAD
CJFWF Board Focused On
American Jewish Concerns
Miami, Florida Friday, July 6, 1973
Section B
1UM Mt ATTACK'S BODY BROUGHT HO Ml .See Related Story, Page M
Dayan Vows Israel Will Seek
Out Terrorists--Not Diplomats


TEL AVIV (JTA) The
body of. Col. Yosef Alon, who was
murdered Sunday at his home in
Washington, where he had been
an Air Attache of the Israel Em-
bassy, was returned Monday to Is-',
rael by a U.S. Air Force jet. Four
[sr&eli Mirage jets escorted the
American plane to Lod Airport.
Awaiting the plane at the air
port were Defense Minister Moshe
Dayan, Chief of Staff Gen. David
Elazar, Air Force Commander Gen.
Benjamin Peled, former Com
mander Ezer Weizmann, Yitzhak
Rabin, former ambassador to the
United States, and a large group
of American Embassy officials.
When Mrs. Alon and her three
daughters alighted from the
plane, accompanied by a U.S.
Air Force colonel. Gen. Dayan
and the other Israeli military
leaders hurried to the plane and
helped lead them to the black
covered command car to which
the coffin was brought by six
soldiers.
Six Cadet pilots also stood b>
the coffin as the army cantor re-
cited El Mole Rachamim and a rel-
ative recited the prayer for the
dead.
Officials said funeral services
-
,
FILLING IN
^^
BACKGROUND
had been postponed until Wednes-
day in the hope that efforts would
| succeed to find Col Alon's only
! brother, a sole survivor of the
family in the Nazi holocaust, so
that he could be present at the
rites.
Speaking to newsmen at the air-
port. Gen. Dayan. in an apparent
belief that Arab terrorists were
responsible for Alon's murder.
State Dep't. Says There's
No Evidence o 'Politics'
said that "the only way" to do
what should be done is to hit the
terrorists not the members of
the diplomatic missions in other
countries but the terrorists
themselves.
(In Washington, police officials
and the Israel Embassy indicated
no evidence had yet been found to
indicate either the identity or the
motives of the killer).
Gen. Dayan said also that the
terrorists should be hit in their
bases and camps "and every-
where they can be found. We
have done that, and we shall go
on doing this. We hope that the
governments will do everything,
not only after a murder is com-
mitted, to prevent it by various
means."
He suggested one of these means
would be action to prevent mem-
bers of terrorist groups from mov-
ing about freely.
The board of directors of the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds has expressed "deep
anguish and distress" over the
"harassment and imprisonment of
Soviet Jews who want to emigrate
(o Israel," according to Harry B.
Smith, a vice president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
who is a member of the CJFWF
board.
Mr. Smith recently joined with
some 250 community leaders and
Federation executives from the
United States and Canada for three
days of meetings in Chicago which
focused on American Jewish com-
mitments and concerns at home
and overseas, with particular focus
on the issue of Soviet Jewry.
The board in its resolutions and
in a telegram to President Nixon
further expressed its "strongest
support" for the efforts of the
President to "interpret to Secre-
tary Brezhnev the importance of
ameliorating the conditions of So-
viet Jewry and eliminating those
barriers to detente" during Brezh-
nev's recently concluded visit to
the United States.
The CJFWF board also renewed
support to congressional actions,
particularly legislation proposed by-
Senator Jackson and Representa-
tives Mills and Vanik, "which con-
ditions the granting of Most Fa-
vored Nation' status to the Soviet
Union upon easing the emigration
restrictions."
HAW B. SMfTH
CJFWF is the central organiza-
tion for more than 235 local Jewish
Federations. Welfare Funds and
Community Councils throughout
North America.
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WASHINGTON (JTA) The
State Department said today that
it had no evidence whether or not
the murder of Israeli diplomat Yo-
sef Alon Sunday morning was a
political act, presumably by Arab
terrorists, or an ordinary street
crime.
"No results or conclusions can
be drawn at the present time." De-
partment spokesman Paul Hare
told reporters.
Col. Alon, the Israeli Air At-
tache, was shirt five times by re-
volver bullets at close range in
front of his suburban Maryland
home.
The Arab terrorist radio in
Cairo, "Voice of Palestine,"
claimed that he was "executed"
in retaliation for the bomb death
in Paris last Thursday of an Al-
gerian member of El Fatah.
Arab newspapers in Beirut with
reputed terrorist connections
said the killing showed that "the
arm of the Palestinians" has
reached Washington.
Montgomery' County, (Md.) po-
lice headquarters which has local
jurisdiction said that "a motive"
for the killing has not been es-
tablished. The FBI is known to
have issued a nationwide alert for
a "light-colored car with rental
tags."
A car was heard speeding from
the scene of the shooting. FBI
headquarters here told the JTA
that special agent Tom Farrow of
its Baltimore office is in charge
of the investigation.
Replying to reporters' questions
here. Hare said the local police,
the FBI and the Executive Protec-
tive Service have been using their
agencies in the most efficient
manner in the circumstances" to
provide security for diplomats.
it
Zionists Hit for Killing
El Fatah Man in Paris
PARIS (JTA) One hun-1
dred Arab and leftist sympathizers
demonstrated Monday in memory
of pro-Palestinian activist Moham
ed Boudia. Police hinted that the
41-year-old Algerian member of
El Fatah was assassinated.
Boudia was killed here last
Thursday when a bomb exploded
in his car. Police at that time
thought he was the victim of a
bomb he was carrying.
According to the "Journal Du
Dimanthe," the Paris public
prosecutor has lodged a coin-
plaint "against unknown persons
for voluntary homicide." The
paper says police now believe
the bomb was placed in Boudia's
car, exploding when Boudia sat
down in the car.
The paper quoted the Palestin-
ian Information Agency, "WATA."
as saying this type of bomb is used
by tlie Israeli secret service. The
paper "L'Aurore" says the bomb
was "a new type of explosive capa-
ble of going off without being
wired to a car."
The Palestinian Liberation Or-
ganization (PLO) accused "Zionist
assassins" of Boudia's death and
attacked France "for allowing them
to carry out their work with Im-
punity." In a communique, the
PLO said Boudia was killed "by
those who killed Mahmoud el Ham-
chari (PLO representative in
France) and Basil Kuboissi. Ham-
chari was killed last November by
a bomb wired to his telephone,
while Kubaissi was shot down last
April in the heart of Paris.
midsummer
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Officers Of JVS Installed
Al June 21 Annual Meeling
\t its annual meeting hold June
:.\ UM Dupont Plaza Hotel, the
lowing officers for the board
i 1973-74 were installed by the
visl Vocational Service
Icrbert P Blumberg. president:
V J. Heiman. honorary presi-
lt: Ronald L. Albert. CLU. An-
w A. Geller. CLU. CPCU, Sam
i k and Marvin I. Wiener, vice
sictents; Irvin W. Katz. treas-
r. Stephen Carner. assistant
usurer; Dr. Marvin G. Isaacson,
i. iary. and .Mrs. Florence Bas-
, assistant secretary
loard members renominated and
tailed to serve for a 3-year term
office (1973-76) included Ron-
I.. Albert. CLU. Herbert P.
egstrations For
nanu-E! Schools'
)ll Term Accepted
le'-'istration for the fall term for
afternoon religious school. Sun-
school, nursery and kindergar-
depaitnients and for the Lelir
n Day School of Temple Emanu
i- under way at both the main
I North Shore offices of the
imi Beach synagogue.
tldge Frederick \. Barad. choir-
.. oi the board of education oi
nple Emanu-El, said recoia en-
merits are indicated for the
irirtan Day School, which adda
linth grade to its curriculum
- year.
le said considerable interest liai
n shown in the new Judaica di
Iment of the junior high school,
ch permits children with Mm-
I Hebrew background to enter
higher grades.
he Judaica program permits the
tents to attend the same Kng-
and general studies Classen aa
se with advanced Hebrew edu-
on, and provides special classes
Elebrew for the new students.
'r. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of
nple Emanu-El, personally SU-
vised the entire program which
p.- to meet the challenge oi
cuts who desire comprehensive
ish learning experiences for
ir children, regardless of e!e-
otary school background in He
W, Mrs. Mae Pcrlstein. principal.
I.
udgc Herbert S. Shapiro, pres-
et, said that students grad-at
from the ninth grade will be
! to continue their Hebrew and
era! studies at a new Solomon
center 10th grade program
ch has been initiated in Israel.
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men. Marvin Markowitz. Mrs. Phyl-
lis Miller. Mrs. Beverly Pechenik.
Mrs. Anita Bobbins. Gerson Sacks.
Irving Spiegel. Donald S. Swartz
and Marvin I. Wiener.
New members appointed to serve
on the JVS board for a one year
term (1973-74) include Dr. Leon-
ard I labor. Mrs. Harriet Horwitz. '
Mrs. Mariana Marks, Dr. Ronald
Tikofsky and Morton L. Wein-
berger.
Officers and board were in-
stalled by Nathan Skolnick. direc-
tor of Budgeting and Planning.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Annual meeting arrangements
were supervised by Mrs. Charles
P. Peinberg.
The Jewish Vocational Service.
;i beneficiary agency of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation and
the United Fund of Dade County,
is located at 318 N\V 25th St.
*! M< sivla Graduates Receive
Top Scholarship Awards
Heady to leave John F. Ken-
nedy International Airport
aboard an El Al Israel 747 jet
going to Tel Aviv in Karin
Cheatham, 22, of Winter Park.
"Miss Wali Disney World 1S73
Ambassador," went to Tel Aviv
recently to promote Walt Dis-
ney World at Shalom Depart
ment Stores. Ficm Israel Karin
went to England for U.S. Travel
Service to promote "Visit Amer
ica, U.S.A."
Graduates of the Louis Merwit-
aac .uesivta High Scbool (oi Boys
received numerous scholarship and
Bther awards iu>t week at then-
annual graduation ceremonies held
n the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy auditorium.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal: Mrs. Rose Kottier. admin-
istrator: and Miami Beach attorney
Moses J. Grundwcrg, president of
the Mesivtfe. presented the prizas.
JefBrej Kirsehanbaum won schol
arsRip awaids from the Miami
Beach Lodge of F.iks, the American
Legion. Civic League of Miami
Beach and from the American Sav-
ings and Loan Association Of Flor-
ida. He also was presented the Mil-
ton Richard Mannheimer Memorial
Award for service and character.
Harvey Bastackj won o $2)0
scholarship award from the Miami
Beach Elks and the Milton Richard
Mannheimer scholarship award.
Karmi Gross won a special award
for e\c Hence in Talmudic studies.
Steven Rosenberg received the
American Legion sportsmanship
trophy and the President s stv.
award.
Michael Rosenberg and Howard
Ka.ss each won Milton Richard
Mannheimer scholarship awards.
The Mesivta, named in honor of
the late Louis Merwitzer. is af-
filiated with the Hebrew Academy
but is operated in Independent
quarters with a separate budget.
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Friday. July 6, 1973

Jay Berliner To
Officiate At JWV
Post Installation
Jewish War Veterans Depart-
:,t ol Florida Commander II
Jay Berliner will be Installing of-
- r .il b special installation meet-
JWV's Saras-ota Counts Post
No. 674 on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. >
in th South (iato Shopping Plaza
-..i-.isota.
Post officers to be installed In-
clude Paul C rldman, commander;
Paul Goldenstein, senior vice com-
nder: Will! im B. Rudi w, junior
commander, and Irvin L.
q
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ate in the dedication c
' i o \ tag homo in
Veterans Administration
I complex in Bay Pines
near St. Petersburg Friday, at
10 am.
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AJCongress Women's Division Awards 4
Brandeis Camp Institute Scholarships
The Florida Women's Division.
rierican Jewish \ Congress, has
arded four scholarships to Sran-
rjeis Cgmp Institute, JJrandeis,
Calif. '- **
The recipients are Debbie and
Laura Levene. daughters of Mr.
.and Mrs. Seth Levene (Debbie is
a sophomore at the University of
:da in Gainesville. Laura re-
ed her B.F.A. from Florida At-
lantic University in Junei: Debbie
Jacob>on. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sanford Jacobson of .Miami Beach,
who is a junior at Brandeis Uni-
versity. Waitham. Mass.. and Rob-
ert Acker, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Acker of Southwest Miami.
a graduate of the University of
West Florida.
Brandeis Camp Institute, which
has been in existence since 1940.
is dedicated to making secular Jews
both better Jews and better cit
*ens Emphasized in the imp-are
a love of Jewish folk culture and
working the soil within a spirited
intellectual atmosphere. This con-
cept was reinforced by aspects of
the Kibbutz idea of cooperative
living and the recreational aspect
of the American summer camp.
The scholarship money was sup-
plied through the Annette A. and
Joseph M. Fine Scholarship Fund
for Brandeis Camp Institute, with
additional funds contributed by
the Justine, Point East, and Golda
Meir Chapters of the American
Jewish Congress.
Hebrew High School Students
Feted At Graduation Supper
Some 19 students of the Hebrew may go with trepidation, but that
High School program of the Cen
tral Agency for Jewish Education
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration marked the completion of
their high school Jewish studies at
a graduation supper held in their
honor at the Federation building
recently.
Herbert Zvi Berger, executive
director of the Central Agency,
welcomed the students, commended
them on the completion of their
studies, and suggested a number
of programs both locally, in other
states and in Israel in which they
could continue their Judaic learn-
ing d urine their college years.
Following the supper, Jerry Katz
led the group, which included un-
dergraduates as well as the gradu-
ates, in a variety of Israeli and
Hassidic melodies.
Main speaker for the evening was
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, princi-
pal of the Hebrew Academy of
our faith should not be shaken and
our dedication to learning and
Jewish living should become even
more firm.
Diplomas and gift* to the gradu-
ates were distributed by Rabbi
Shimon Azulay, high school co-
ordinator, and Mrs. Zahava Suke-
nik who, together with Rabbi Dan
Landsman, were the graduation
teachers. Deborah Puder, one of
the graduates from the Beth David
Congregation, spoke on behalf of
the students, and the evening was
concluded with additional singing.
Among the graduates were those
who had enrolled in the course of
"Methods of Teaching in the Reli-
gious School" conducted by the In-
stitute for Jewish Educators of the
Central Agency and who are, there-
fore, eligible for receiving a Sun-
day School teaching license.
The graduates included Minday
Abrams, Ted Fleissig, Mark Gold-
Snf I Whurg?d **** stein. Diane Lipson, Steven J. Mel-
dents to remain stalwart and loyal i nick, Benjamin Patipa, and Barry
to their Jewish beliefs and prac- -
tices and to dedicate themselves to
facing the challenges before them
in the years to come and to in-
tensify their commitment to Jew-
ish living.
Rabbi Gross used the theme of a
rabbinic dictum that life is a nar-
row bridge over whose passing we
Schonwetter of Temple Adath
Yeshurun and Deena Aerenson.
Steven Pincus, Deborah Puder,
Amy Rosenberg, Bryna Sussman.
Rochelle Weiss, Naomi Fistel, Ben
Plotkin, Carolyn Finkelstein.
Joshua Adler, Jonathan Zabel and
Debbie Pearlson of Beth David
Congregation.
6 Teachers, 2 Students Receive Grants
From Schwartzman Scholarship Fund
Six teachers and two students | parallels the' recent developments
preparing to enter into the field in public school education where-:
'of Jewish education were awarded in the vita] n(!Cessity of ,eacner ^
erants totaling almost $2,000 by ic".er m
the board of trustees of the Louis serv,ce development has been en-
Schwartzman Scholarship Fund for eouragea" bv grants in almost all
professional development courses of the subject areas.
according to an announcement
made by Jack Katzman, chairman.
The Scholarship Fund was estab-
lished this past year in honor of
Dr. Louis' Schwartzman, director
of the Bureau of Jewish Education
for over 20 years.
Dr. Schwartzman was always
keenly interested in the training
and development of Jewish profes-
sional teachers, and the Fund was
considered a fitting tribute to his
efforts over the years in encourag-
ing teachers to enter the field of
Jewish education and to continue
their own in-service development.
This year, grants were awarded
to Rae Berman. educational direc-
tor of Temple Judea; Rabbi Chaim
Schechter of the Hebrew Acad-
emy; Edith Jacobson, Hadassah
Adult Education programs; Mi-
chael Pousman, director of the
Hashachar Youth Organization;
Dror Zadok, principal of the South
Dade Hebrew Academy; Yehudit
"Schechter, Hebrew Academy; and
Natalie Godin, Beth Israel, Fort
Lauderdale.
In addition, awards were pre-
sented to Deborah Schlinsky, who
will enter a program of Judaica
studies in New York during the
coming year following her gradu-
ation from the Girls High School
of the Hebrew Academy, and Mark
Greenspan, now in his third year
of the Teachers Institute of the
Jewish Theological Seminary.
The establishment of the fund
Members of the board of trus-
tees include Jack Katzman, chair-
man. Abraham Grimhut, Jack Po-
pick, Meyer Buskin," an'tf'Leonard
Zilbert with Herbert Zvi Berger,
executive director of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education, serv-
ing as secretary. Moses Srundwerg
is presently counsel to the fund,
Melvin Frumk&s-.previously served
in this position.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE rs HEREBY GIVEN thai
In buainesi under tin- fictitious nami
ol HOUSE OP JOYS ;it 12854 BIb-
cayne Boulevard, x. Miami. Pla In-
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x. Miami Beach, 33162
7/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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NOTICE IS HEKEHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, il.--ij-inK to entrant'
In bU8ine.o under the fictitious name
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name with thhe Clerk of the Circuit
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MORTON SCHWA RTK
RICHARD RULLA
RRAMER AND TELANDER, PA.
Hy: Sanford H. Kramer
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_ 7/6-13-20-27
Richard Kulla and Morton Schwartz
At the recent annual meeting of the Ameri-
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cisco are, from left, (seated) Mrs. Max Gold-
berg, publisher of the Intermountain Jewish
News of Denver, and Cecil Newmark, pub-
lisher of the Phoenix Jewish News, mem-
bers of the advisory committee; Mrs. Ben
Hammerman, publisher of the Dayton Jew-
ish Chronicle, vice president: Arieh Zamuky.
executive secretary of the World Union of
Jewish Journalists; (standing) Morton Shloss-
nam, editor of the Wilmington, Del., Jewish
Voice, treasurer; Jerry Barach. editor of the
Cleveland Jewish News, recording secre-
tary; Robert A. Cohn, editor-in-chief of the
St Louis Jewish Light, president; Geoffrey
Fisher, managing editor of the San Fran
cisco Jewish BuHeun, corresponding secre-
tary, and Albert. Bloom, editor of the Pitts-
burgh Jewish- Chronicie, vice president.
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Forms So. Florida Region
The N|Ji?nal Jtonjjn's Divisior i^kferate its 15th anniversary in
[of trie American Society for TechTl74. The only engineering univer-
[nion, (Israel Institute of Technol I ary in Israel, it is known as the
MIT of the Middle East.
The purpose of the Region will
be to coordinate the activities of
the Chapters therein and to ex-
pand the work of the Women's Di-
vision wherever feasible.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin of Miami
Beach, past president of the Miami
Beach Chapter, will be the first
president. Mrs. Sirkin, a long time
resident of Miami Beach, has been
active in many organizations in the
Greater Miami area.
Other officers are Mrs. Meyer
Baskin, Miami Chapter past pres-
ident, and Mrs. Seymour Lichten-
fcld, past president of North Dade
Chapter, vice presidents; Mrs. Zel-
da Thau, past president of Miami
Beach Chapter, recording secre-
tary; Mrs. Joseph Wertheimer, Sar-
asota Chapter corresponding sec
retary, Mrs. David Garbelnick of
the South Broward Chapter, past
national president, treasurer.
The board of directors includes
Mrs. Mildred Gladstone, president
Miami Beach Chapter; Mrs. George
Baum, president Miami Chapter;
Mrs. Alex Bojman. president North
Dade Chapter: Mrs. L. J. Lavin.
president South Broward Chapter,
and Mrs. Martin Spector, national
vice president.
Technion Women's Division Mrs. Wolf
Elected By
AJKr Women
MRS. HHITON SIRKIN

ogy tri Haifa, Israel) announces the
formation of the South Florida Re-
gion, composed of the Miami Beach,
Miami, North Dade. South Brow-
ard and Sarasota Chapters.
Technion, the.oldest institution
of higher learning in Israel, will
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Abel Holtz, (left) and Steve Corner of Corner Bank, Miami
Beach, presented the proceeds of the recent Miami Beach/
Corner Bank Tennis Open to Nate Esformes, a representa-
tive of the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, to be used in the
research, education and family counseling work of the
Foundation.
[Tennis Open Proceeds Benefit
Juvenile Diabetes Foundation
Abel Holtz, executive vice pres-
| ident, and Steve earner, president
i and chairman of the board of
| Carner Bank of Miami Beach
I presented the proceeds of the Mi
' ami BeachCarner Bank Tennis
i Open to Dr. Daniel Mintz, head of
research at the University of Mi-
Wometco Theatres
EEga,-13fflE3
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WAMEft DATES
na.
BEX JOHNSON
ami, and Nate Esformes, member
of the board of the Juvenile
Diabetes Foundation, recently.
The Juvenile Diabetes Founda-
tion of Florida was founded as a
non-profit organization in 1971 for
the purpose of research, education
and family counseling.
Diabetes is the third major
chronic disease affecting an es-
timated one million children in the
United States. Because of the short-
age of federal funds available for
diabetes research, the Juvenile
Diabetes Foundation raises funds
to promote research on the cause
and cure of the disease. At present,
the Foundation is funding a proj-
ect for cell transplant headed by
Dr. Mintz.
The Foundation is a central
agency for gathering and dis-
' seminating information on juvenile
diabetes. It also stands ready to
assist juvenile diabetics and their
families during the initial phase of
the disease.
A 24-hour hot-line is available
for emergency information (444-
6501) as well as the Foundation
office.
Films Being Held Over Here
Films being held over in Womet-
co Theatres include "Live and Let
Die" at the Carib: "The Day of the
Jackal" at the Carlyle, and "Dil-
linger" at the Patio. Also "The
Man Who Loved Cat Dancing" at
the Surf, and "Paper Moon' at the
Normandy.
Myriam Schcchter Wolf of North
Miami Beach has been elected the
new president of the Florida Wom-
en's Division, American Jewish
Congress.
Myriam, the wife of dentist Rob-
ert M. Wolf, who serves as chair-
man of the South Florida Confer-
ence on Soviet Jewry, was born in
Alexandria, Egypt.
The establishment of the State
of Israel created problems for all
Jews living in Egypt, which made
it necessary for them to leave as
soon as possible. Her personal ex-
perience was instrumental in her
deep involvement in the plight of
the Russian Jews and the Jews liv-
ing in the Arab lands.
The Florida Women's Division of
American Jewish Congress is com
prised of 11 chapters ranging from
South Dade to West Palm Beach
with a total of almost 2,500 mem-
bers. It is the fastest growing
American Jewish Congress region
in the country.
TV PROGRAM IS
DEDICATED TO JNF
The Jewish National Fund is
very grateful tc Dr. Irving lehr-
man for having dedicated the Tem-
ple Emanu-EI "Still Small Voice"
program to the Jewish National
Fund Sunday, July 8, at 10 a.m.
on Ch. 7, WCKT.
Particioatinq in the prnnrnm
are Rabbi Irving Lehrman, chair
Mayer Abramowitz, cnairman,
man of the JNF Foundation; Rabbi
executive board, and Judge Zev
Kogan, president of JNF, Southern
Region.
The Jewish National Fund urges
all its friends to tune in to this
program to leorn first hand about
the workings of JNF, its role, its
importance and its duties in Israel
and especially the tasks that lie
ahead in the next 25 years.
JWV Activities
For This Week
Jewish War Veterans, Depart-
ment of Florida Ladies Auxiliaries
activities for Dade and Broward
Counties this week will include:
Norman Bruce Brown 174: Tele-
cart services Saturday at the Vet-
erans Administration Hospital by
Essie Kolinsky, Mae Schreiber and
Rose Kramer, hospital chairman.
Esther Jacobs is president.
West Miami 223: Jerri Bartlett.
hospital chairman, will shop for
patients at the VA Hospital, Fri-
day and Tuesday. Eva Koch and
Pearl Silverman, volunteers will
service the telecart Friday. Natalie
Rosenberg is president.
Murray Solomon 243: Stella and
Sol Lipton service the telecart at
the VA Hospital on Monday.
Evelyn Lowe is president.
Miami Beach 330: Volunteers,
with Minnie Hoppen, hospital
chairman, will service the telecart
at the VA Hospital Sunday. Thurs-
day, July 12. at 8 p.m. a regular
meeting is scheduled at the Wash-
ington Federal, 1234 Washington
Ave. Pearl Herman is president.
Four Freedoms 402: Rose Fein-
stein will shop for the patients on
the 12th floor at the VA Hospital.
Victor B. Freedman 613: .Mem
bers will service telecart at the VA
Hospital Wednesday. Rose Hecht
is president.
Harry II. Cohen "23: Telecart
Thursday at the VA Hospital.
Rose Frank is ho.-.pital chairman,
and Lillian Kevoe president.
Colonel David Marcus 746: Tele-
cart, Thursday at VA Hospital,
Esther Winston is hospital chair-
man. Florence Wrona. president.
South Dade 778: A regular
monthly meeting will be conduct-
ed by Leah Eisenman. president,
the folowing.
The incoming president of Florida Women's Division, Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, Mrs. Myriam Wolf, received her
gavel from the outgoing president, Mrs. Judith Tepper.
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Friday, July 6. 1973
A Timid Introvert Became
BBW's Top Representative
Happenings !** T For Third Year
By ISABEL GROVE
staff Writer
How does a shy, quiet girl of
9 become a lovely, articulate and
oised woman, at ease in conver-
ts. NATHAN HOLSTtIN
i
ptions with prime ministers and
ither prominent leaders of the
orld?
I'.1 story, a> told by Mrs. Nathan
olstein, international president
( B'nai B'rith Women,
hen she was asked to join a sec-
n 1 BBW chapter bein^' organized
i Pittsburgh.
Originally from New York, she
raduated from Jamaica Teach-
rs College during thc depression.
he admits she was not too un-
appy that there were no jobs
Kailable in the public school sys-
iii for herself or 10.000 other i
raduating teachers at the time.
I was an introvert, and almost
Trifled at the thought of stand-
ig before a group of young pco-
le as an instructor." she recalls.
By the time she made her first
>ray into the world of the volun-
'er over 30 years ago. she was
Married and had given birth to the
rst of three sons.
1 Here for the 33rd annual con-
ention of BBW District 5 held
'. the Carillon Hotel the last wcek-
nd in June, Mrs. Holstein relates
'iat she was encouragi.-d to become
[ B'nai B'rith woman by husband
athan Holstein. an attoi i
I as himself active in B'nai B'rith
,'id has served .. .,
lent.
She went through the various
iiairmanships and offices of her
ical grouo, served > president,
en) or, to head the W stem Penn-
..Ivania Council and b< came a
itmber of the Bb Internati Hal
fter holding successive vice pres-
lencies on the international level,
tarted her three year term at
'ie helm of the group in the 1971-
' club year.
Of her more than three de
i B'nai B'rith, Mrs. Holstein says
iat her experience has been equal
i a Ph.D. in college.
She doesn t understand the "ap-
; athy" of many women. "We cannot
wat*4intil the enemy is one the
turnpike.'' she emphasizes. "In
spite of their education and af-
fluence (or possibly because of
them* women don't give of them-
selves and this is very sad," she
feels.
"I can't visualize our society
without volunteers." says Mrs. Hoi
stein. There isn't enough money
in the world to pay for the things
they accomplish. But there are still
too many women who hide from
unpleasant truths, hoping they will
go away. These are the women who
say don't tell me about the bad
things'." she states with contempt.
She believes that "every human
being has a responsibility to the
community anil cannot leave those
responsibilities to others because
when things go down hill, those
who helped will be dragged down
along with those who do nothing.'
When I talked with Mrs. Hoi-
Stein, she was ready for an instal-
lation banquet slated for later in
the evening. She was attractively
d in a long frock of tur-
quoise cotton lace with the color
repea'ed in her eye shadow. The
latter touch was "something new"
for her. ahe admitted.
Mrs. Holstein's travels are mind
boggling. In recent weeks she had
attended conventions in the Cat-
skill Mountains, Ft. Worth. Tex..
Chicago and Miami Beach. In be-
tween there had been a meeting
in Washington. D.C., and one in
Philadelphia. On leaving Miami
Beach, she would be on her way
to Switzerland for a BB Interna-
tional Council meeting, and later
would be making her seventh trip
to Israel.
"Through all the years." says
Mrs. Holstein. "my family has been
my greatest asset. My husband has
been patient and proud, and my
sons have always shown their ad-
miration for the things I do."
In the spotlight on the apex of
a membership roster now number-
ing some 150.000 women in the
United States. Canada and over-
seas, with more than 500,000 Jews
involved in the BB men's, women's
and youth groups, Mrs. Holstein
ticks off some of the many areas
of Jewish life which B'nai B'rith
with its services: prenatal
can for young mothers, service for
the Anti Defamation
hich serves minorities.
Dolls foi Democracy, a collec-
tion of dull- representing leaders
of all nationalities which is shown
But especially close to the heart
of this warm, compassionate wom-
Hic programs dealing with
The B'nai B'rith Youth
.. Hillel and the BBW
I hildren's Home in Israel.
And that is a little of the story
o: how a timid introvert of 19 be-
came the charming, knowledgeable
who lei the oath of con-
< in for her fellow man lead to
a lull life as a successful wife and
mother and top BBW representa-
tive
Mount Sinai. AsociacioB Cuban a
SiiMi Formal Medical Agreement
Mount Sinai Medical (enter and with Asociaclotl Cubana. Inc. re-
sociacion f'ubana. Inc., the cciving 'he first license. Under the
Bte's largest licensed health main HMO concept, the organization pro-
nance organization have signed vide- comprehensive health care
ie first formal agreement in Plor- services to its members on a pre-
la between a hospital and an paid basis.
i'.MO to provide in patient medical To qualify for an HMO license.
pre for the association's members. I an organization must receive ap-
Under the terms of the agree- Proval fl0ra thc area's Comprehen
lent which went into effect July eal,h Planning Council, the
i. the Medical Center will provide > State Insurance Commissions oi
Comprehensive hospital care and flce and thc State Department of
ervices for the association's mem- Health and Rehabilitative Services.
|ers based on a fixed per diem cost The Asooacion currently oper-
er Datient I ales a Pnmarv health care center
! at 1200 SW 1st St., providing am-
I'articipating at the formal s'gn- bulatory and emergency care, but
ig at the Medical Center were maintains no facilities for in-pu-
lenjamin Leon Sr., president of jient care.
jsociacion Cubana Inc.. and Al- As a ^^ Centpr Mmmt
in Goldberg, director of Mount Sjnai has the faci|ities |o provif|e
1,ia; i members of the HMO with a broad
In 1972 the Florida Legislature i range of medical services on an
pproved an HMO licensing act, in-patient basis.
Eli Xadel, assistant vice pies
ident and systems and proce
; dure analyst for Washington
Federal Savings ami Loan As-
sociation, has received the Mer-
it Award of thc South Florida
Chapter of the Association- for
Systems Management.
r':
Dr. Alvin M. Mauer. profes-
sor of pediatrics at the Univer-
sity of Cincinnati, has been
named medical director of St.
Jude Children's Research Hos-
pital. Memphis. Tcnn. He suc-
ceeds Dr. Donald Pinkel. who
had headed the institution
since its opening in 1962. and
who will remain at St. Jude in
full time research. Founded by
entertainer Danny Thomas, St.
Jude is the largest childhood
cancer research center in the
world and the only U.S. hospi-
tal devoted solely to basic and
clinical research in catastrophic
childhood diseases.
Charles Topmiller. president
of South Florida Council. Boy
Scout- of America, announces
the selection of Ronald A. Phil-
lippo as Scout executive.
Ronald L. Book. ident of the North Dade Youth
for Progress, has joined the of-
fice of State Representative
Alan S. Becker, as administrative
assistant A former University
of Florida Student Senator and
track ietterman who has been
active in North Dade politics.
Book, winner of the Miami Her-
ald Silver Knight Award for
Social Sciences, was selected as
one of America's Outstanding
Teenager? in 1971. A North Mi-
ami Senior High School gradu-
ate, he received the North Miami
Junior Chamber of Commerce
Award for Distinguished Serv-
ice in 1971. and the City of
North Miami Award for recog-
nition of Service to the Com-
munity in 1972.
Likens Named S.E.
Regional Manager
Of Sitmar Cruises
John Likens, Jr.. 33.has been
named Southeast regional manager
of Sitmar Cruises, according to an
announcement made by Bernie
Chabot, vice president sales.
"Jack." who will be responsible
for sales in the Southeastern
United States,
was previously
group sales man
ager with Grace
Lines and as-
sistant group
sales manager
with Norwegian
Caribbean Lines.
He i> a native of
Philadelphia and
attended Boston
College.
As a member
of the us. Ma-
rine Corps. Likens served with the
Ceremonial Guard in Washington.
He is a member of Bon Vivants,
Philadelphia Marine Travel Club
and the Philadelphia Traffic Man-
agers Association.
Sitmar Cruises operates the
25.000-ton luxury cruise ships, the
TSS Fairwind and TSS Fairsea.
The Fairwind sails from Port Ever-,
glades, on a Saturday weekly de-
parture schedule and visits San
Juan. St. Thomas. Santo Domingo ;
and Port-au-Prince. The Fairsea is
positioned on the West Coast and
cruises to Mexico and Central
America and to Canada and Alaska.
Home based in Monte Carlo. Sit-
mar Cruises' head office in the
United States is located at 3303 i
Wilshirc Blvd., Los Angeles Re-
gional sales offices are also located
in New York, Chicago. Dallas. Den-
ver, Miami, Seattle. San Francisco.
Toronto and Vancouver. The Miami
office is at 25 SE 2nd Ave.
On National Executive Committee
Sevmour B. Liebman. historian i versify of Miami and serves a- ,
and author, has been reelected to I university lecturer at several m-
' the national executive committee I stitutions each year His most n
, cent invitation was to Trinity Lni
veceity. San Antonio, Tex., this
past April.
Mr. Liebman's monograph. "V.,
lerosas Criptojudias en la America
Colonial (Secret Jewish Women of
Valor in Colonial Latin America)
has just been published by the
Biblioteca Popular Judia. a bran,
of the World Jewish Congress, in
Buenos Aires. He has been com
missioned to write two additional
monographs for the Biblioteca on
various aspects of the history of
the Jews in Latin America.
Nelson-Hall Company, publisher
of technical and professional book-,
has signed a contract for the pub
lication of his manuscript. Sex.
Family, and Psyche of Latin \
[cas: Understanding the La-
American Mind." scheduled to
pear next February.
Another recent honor accoi
Prof. Liebman was for his artic'.i
Thc Great Conspiracy in Peru
.vhich was runner-up for the 197i
jrize of the Conference on Latin
American History, a section
\merican Historical Society.
John likens, Jr.
StfMOUR B. LIEBMAN
of the American Professors for
Peace in the Middie Fast for a
third year.
Prof. Liebman is Adjunct Re
search Scholar at the Institute of
Inter-American Affairs of the L'ni-
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Friday, July 6, 1973
X
Rosemary's Thyme
By ROSEMARY FURMAN

One thing I've learned by stay-
ing in Miami this summer is that
people do not close shop. The
University of Miami is particular-
ly active. On June 20 the univer-
sity's Lowe Art Museum held an
opening night to show off its
"Best of the Collection." But it
really wasn't the posh affair you
might imagine. Lots of people
were there in pants, and there
were even a few jeans in the
crowd including Gene Massin, fol-
lowed by a film crew as he
cruised through the galleries,
stopping to give his expert com-
mentary on the works he especial-
ly enjoys.
Other faculty members there in-
cluded Professors Earl Weiner
and Ed Fox. Dr. Fox is one of the
gue&t lecturers at the Summer
Institute of the American Eco-
nomy which is being offered to
teachers in the Miami area. Others
in the art crowd were Ron and
Linda Singerman (Ron's treasurer
ef the Friends of Art), Taffy Be-
teer, who, besides being Emil
Gould's daughter is a talented
decrbator, Doris Kovner, Robbie
Fishier, and Doris Sutton.
tt ft &
More culture for our town is
promised by the Prelude Com-
mittee of the Miami Philharmon-
ic. Nancy Lipoff reports that the
group intends to supplement the
public school music program by
offering mini-concerts twice a
month to interested schools. Pre-
lude members, who include Ann
Margolis, Jill Arkin, Carole Fein-
berg, Dena Birnbaum, Dorothy
Podhurst, and lots of other pretty
joung women, hope to make the
group less a social club and more
an active force in the community.
it ii a
Another active force in the
community is the new Miami
chapter of Common Cause. Debby
Hoffman attended their most re-
tent meeting on Miami Beach
*nd sent me a brochure on the
organization, printed on 10O per-
cent recycled paper of course.
-it & -&
Chickee Chatter: Before I get
Jin by an overhead smash, let me
.eld Barbara Zimnu-t's name to
-njy list of tennis tODs. She plays
at Kings Bay where, I am told.
" they are adding six more courts.
And I can remember when Mu-
riel Revitt, wife of Phil, one of
the owners of the club, was beg-
ging him to add two more courts
to the four aiready there. Now
they will have 21 courts. What
ever happened to golf! .. .
Coral Oaks Tennis Club is an-
other place that is growing.
They've even plunged right in
with an "A" team. My scouts tell
me that Dolly Aipert and Jean
Socbet are the big guns over
there. Cecily Silberman (Dr. Hal's
wife) is back to the game, after
getting her pilot's license, but
I'm not sure that tennis is much
safer than flying. Ever notice the
many broken legs and ankles
around the courts? ...
Which brings me to Sylvia
Rosenblutb, who hobbled to the
surprise birthday party her hus-
band, Mort gave her because she
had broken her foot on the ten-
nis court. Mort invited 65 friends
to come to Marcella's Kitchen
and celebrate the occasion. Some
of Miami's finest mouth people
were there with Mort, who is a
periodontist (a gum person). Dr.
Mickie Kropp, another tennis
player, was with Lois. Other den-
tists included Mai Melster, Lenny
Sakrais, Stan Sutnick, Pete Ruble-
man, Alan Jackson, Stan Kane,
and Barry Meiselman. To relieve
the antiseptic aura of the wait-
ing room there were the Harry
Singers he used to be the own-
er of the Playboy Plaza), Ann
and Larry Felton, Judge Walter
Lebowitz. Cheri and Ezra Milstein
and Ellie and Larry Geronemus.
The Rosenbluths are off soon for
Africa, going from bites to Ban-
tus.
'.'t -b fr
The savages at our house are
off to camp for the summer, and
I imagine you either see that as
a blessing or as a big void in your
life. Herriet Harris Marshall, the
state Representative's wife, seems
te be taking it in her stride. She
had all the boys going to her son
Steve's camp, over" tor a swim
party and dinner. Th&C&mp Cole
man crew left Monday, and that
leaves only half of the young set
left. I, for ono plan to strip their
closets. Geronimo! we can clean
in there t last.
* it &
Do you think Nancy Z. Greene
realiy exists? Check on that,
Lonella wherever you are.
MRS. HOWARD 1. BIlNtNftlD
Wendy Jo Ungar.
Jon Baumgard
Exchange Vows
Wendy Jo, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Ungar of Miami, ex-
changed wedding vows on Sunday,
Julv 1. with Jonathan David son
of Rabbi and Mrs. Herbert Baum-
gard. The 5 p.m. ceremony wa
conducted by Rabbi Baumgard at
Temnle Beth Am where he serves
as spiritual leader.
The briiie's attendants included
Pamela Ungar Schenp. matron of
honor. Mona Mandel. Shira Baum-
gard and Shelley Reifkind, brides-
maids.
Danny Baumgard served as the
bridegroom's best man: ushers
were Jeffrey Schepp, Larry' Klein,
Barry Brown and Fred Sheilds.
The new Mrs. Baumgard grad-
uated from Miami Norland Senior
High School, attended the Univer-
sity of South Florida, and receivtd
a degree from Florida International
University.
Her husband is a graduate of
Miami Palmetto Senior High
School, attends the University of
Florida and is now a student at
the University of Miami School of
Medicine.
The newlyweds spent their honey-
moon in Jamaica.
Fencing Project
Administered By
JWV Auxiliary
The Norman Bruce Brown La-
dies Auxiliary 174 of the Jewish
War Veterans, under the suoer
vision of immediate past president
Mrs. Seema Lefkowitz, adminis-
tered a project underwritten- by
Sears Roebuck recently, distribut-
ing approximately 190,000 feet of
cena fencing to schools, institu-
tions and houses of worship at
Sears Retail Distribution Center
7500 NW 25th Ave.
Also representing the Auxiliary
were Mrs. Ethel Sperling, senior
vice president. Mrs. Sylvia Lieb-
man, child welfare chairman, and
| Mrs. Beatrice Landes, Auxiliary
I historian.
| David Faulkner of Sears Roe-
buck welcomed representatives of
! the various institutions calling foi
j their allotments.
Mrs. Rose Gon!on. vice mayor of
I the City of Miami, presented Mrs.
: Lefkowitz and Mr. Faulkner with
keys to the City. In return, she
accepted a letter from Mrs. Lef
kowitz informing the City Con-
mission that an allocation ot 10C
rolls of cena fencing has been do-
nated to Miami for use by the
City's Day rare Center for Chil-
dren of Working Mother*.
Cheryl Ram Weds
H. J. Bienenfeld
In July 1 Rites
The former Cheryl Barbara Ram
became the bride of Howard Jef-
frey Bienenfeld on Sunday, July
1, at Beth David Congregation
where a reception followed the
nuptials. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross
conducted the 8:80 p.m. ceremony.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Is 14th St.. and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Bienenfeld, 2845 Prairie Ave, Mi-
ami Beach.
For the wedding the bride se-
lected a gown of ivory satin peau
de soie with imported lace and
pearls trimming the sleeves, train
and hem. It was stvled with a bin-
atin ribbon around the waist and
! headpiece.
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Bonnie Joy Ram served as her
sister's maid of honor: Diane Ram.
Lenore B,ienenfeld, Judy Raskas
and Laurel Brenson were brides-
maids.
The bridegroom's best man was
Michael Penchansky. and ushers
included Jeffrey Ram. Hank To-
pas, Larry Kuczyski and David j
Berger.
The new Mrs. Bienenfeld grad- ;
uated from Miami Senior Highi

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MRS. MRS. HOWARD 1. BKHENFIID
School, attended Stern College for
Women and earned a degree at Co-
lumbia University School of Occu-
pational Therapy, College of Physi-
cians and Surgeons.
Mr. Bienenfeld is a graduate of
Mesivta High School and the Uni-
versity of Miami School of Busi-
ness.
New address for the couple is
625 NE 16fith St.
Ann Levin First Woman In
B.B. Double Diamond Club
Ann (Mrs. Ben) Levin of Miami
Beach became the first woman
"Double Diamond" member of the
B'nai B'rith Foundation's Pres-
idents Club recently when her hus-
I band responded to an appeal made
! by Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of
! Temple Emanu-El, on behalf of
| B'nai B'rith's Youth Services.
Ben Levin, a member of Gold
Coast Lodge, is chairman of the
Bankers Committee of the South
Florida Development Council of
the B'nai B'rith Foundation, which-
is headed by Jack Levin, also of
the Gold Coast Lodge in Miami
Beach.
Ben Levin kicked off the multi-
million dollar campaign of the
Deferred Giving Program of the
B'nai B'rith Foundation by pur-
chasing an annuity in the sum of
$104KW.
The B'nai B'rith's Presidents
Club is composed of members of
B'nai B'rith and their families,
who have made a continuing an-
nual commitment in sums ranging
from $500 to $5,000. Ann Levin
now takes her place with the lead-
ers of B'nai B'rith as standing in
the forefront of the Foundation's
work, to guarantee the future of
B'nai B'rith's Youth Services:
The B'nai B'rith Youth Services
is the largest Jewish youth serving
organization in the worid. Through
its 300 Hillel Foundations, it serves
the needs of over 250.000 young-
sters on college campuses, by spon-
soring a wide range of educational,
religious, cultural, social action
and counseling activities. It also
supports the B'nai B'rith Yototh
Organization of some 40,00a, young-
sters in 1,100 American commun-
ities, and.also Israel, where' it is
the largest teenage igronp. foster-
ing personal growth within the
framework of Jewisty "tradition.
The third- arm of B'nai B'rith
Youth jServices- reaches tejnS-sof
thousands of, Jewish youngstefs
through' the B'nai B'rith Career
and Counseling Organization in .21
American- cities. The B'nai B'rith
Foundation of'the US. which sup-
ports, maintains, and supervises
the growth of this work, has en>.
barked on a tar reaching program
of both current and deferred giv-
ing, to insure the continuity of its
activities.
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becoming the first woman member of the B'nai B'rith's
"Double Diamond Club," are (from left) Jack H. Levin,
chairman of the board of Gold Coast Lodge of B'nai B'rith
Mrs. Levin, and her husband, chairman of the Bankers
Committee of the South Florida Development Council of
the B'nai B'rith Foundation of the United States.
Mrs. Morris Aipert of Miami Beach, (right1 founder-president
of the Hannah Senesch group of the Miami Beach Chapter
of Hadassah, and at present wills and beguests coordina-
tor of the chapter, was a member of the Hadassah Board
Orientation Tour. She is shown with Mrs. Israel Usdan, na-
tional chairman of Hadassah's Tourism Department in Jeru-
salem. The tour included leaders of Hadassah from all parts
of the United States.
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Hecent visitors from New Yori
to iouth Florida v ere Mollie and
Morty Grossman, who used their
l me here getting reacquainted
wit* long time friends who have
migrated to the sunny south from
upftorth, and to canvas living quar-
ters available for themselves so
|B BM.mi'. Among those entertaining
Jr^^.e couple were Max and Lillian
Petroff of the Galahad, recent new j
resident*, parents of the former!
Arlene Petroff. bride of the Gross-j
rnaoa' son. Edmund. A few days !
'ater it was the Petroffs who went'
1o Jfew York for a months stay. I
l>t4er friend j delighted to seel
-Morty and Mollie included Irving'
ani Claire Rooder, now waiting'
!or completion of their apartment :
in the Stanton House on Normandy
Drive. An optometrist. Irving and !
tiis spouse sold their home in
Oceanville, L.I., about a year ago.
hen there was Rose and Rudy
^'im*. Before his retirement, Rudy
Ir^erved for some 38 years as first!
dlrat of the New York Philhar-1
.onic under Leonard Bernstein;
uring his tenure. He had been mu-1
- .cJ director of the Longine Sym-1
rtfonette (that goes back a long |
: me) and had played with every
tiajor orchestra of his time includ-
ng Tommy Dorsey's. The couple
.irae here six years ago and have
leen living at Point East, but are
moving to a condominium on Kiy
J'iscaync as soon as the builder
sayg "Go!" Moity is a R.W. of]
'\delphi Lodge 23 in New York j
and took the time while here to j
attend a Masonic meeting of Hi-
Plh:scus Lodge headed by Miami
f TJeach Mayor C.iuck Hall.
' *t it &
The exhibit of Janet (Mrs. Leo)
dun's creative "Forms in Fan-
tajjt" is being held over for two
more weeks, and
will be on dis-
play through
"July 16 at the
Miami Beach
Public Library.
This work was
recently exhibit-
ed at the Arts
Club in Wash-
ington. D.C.,
the Museum of
Science and
Space Transit
Planetarium in
Miami fcnd the National Art Exhi-
bition of'-New"-Jersey. The artist,
who. lives at 5225 Collins Ave..
holds the distinctive honor of be-
ing the first artist to have work
exhibited at the Space Museum at
Cape Kennedy.
Mrs Cowan's work will be fea-
tured in the October issue of a
national magazine, "Artisan
Crafts." In addition to her art,
work, she has a daily radio series
over Station WIOD around 11:45
a.m. titled "Janet Cowan and The
World of Art."
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Mollie and Maury Shein doing |
the grandparent baby-sk.'ing bitj
for the next several weeks.
Daughters of Barry and Judi
Shein of Atlanta who will be off
to Europe in the meantime, are \
Sari, 8. who is most excited about
the piano lessons she has just
started to take, Lauri, 7, and Lay-
na, 5. In addition to helping
grandma bake cookies and make
doil clothes, the young ladies will
ioin her in hooking rugs. Spelling
the senior Sheins will be the other
set of grandparents. Dody and Sam
Faiick. and great-grandmother
Lillian Bernstein. Later this sum-
mer. Mollie and Maury will hie
themselves off for a lon^-awaited
month long trip to California and
the Orient.
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Happy news for Mrs. Bertha
Feigenson recently of New York
City, now a Miami Bcachite: son
Martin Eugene Feigenson received
his Masters and Ph.D. degrees in
philosophy and pharmacology in
June. Sharing the glad tidings with
Bertha are her sister. Mrs. Doro-
thy Newman and a brother. Alan
Reskin. For the next two or three
years, Dr. Feigenson, wife, Phyllis,
and son;Mark, 5, will live in Berne.
Switzerland, where he will be en-
gaged in a research project (elec-
tron-microscopy) as director of six
laboratories for the Sandow Phar-
macological Research Center there.
Leslie D. IS a del
Herbert Schwartz
To Marry Sept. 2
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Nadel, ot
Norfolk. Vr have announced the
engagement of their daughter, Les
!ie Donna, to Herbert Schwartz.
The bridegroom to-be. the son of
Hairy Sr't wartz and the late Mrs.
Sandra Schwartz, pioneer Miami
ins. is a s:aduat of the Univet
ity of Georgia. Both he and th.
bride-to-be. a graduate of Norvie*
High School and William and Mar.
'o'ir-p, p-e presently residing n.
Atlanta, Ga.
The courle plan to be wed on
Sept. 2 at the Admiralty Hotel in
Norfolk.
Miss Nac'.Pi will be feted at a
'hower at the home of her future
sister-in-law Mrs. Lynn Schwartz.
9371 SW 53rd St.
Travel Writers Society
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Ethel Blum. Miami-based travel
writer and broadcaster, has been
rcdcctcd chairman of the Society
; of American Travel Writers. S. E.
United States. Caribbean and Latin
I America Chapter.
Also elected to serve for a sec-
' ond term was Alan Prince, Travel
i Editor of the Miami Herald.
Other Miamians included on the
j slate of officers for 1973-74 are
j Mac Seligman, secretary, and Bill
Kofoed. treasurer.
Mrs. Blum is the travel editor of
Miami Pictorial and Gold Coast
| Pictorial and is Bureau Chief of
', Travel Agent Magazine. She also
! hosts a two-hour show, "Travel-
ine," on WKAT.
Election of the new officers was
held during the chapter's recent
annual summer meeting in Haiti.
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Miracle of Our Faith
By RABBI SOLOMON BCH1FF
Director of the Greater Miami
Jewish federation
t immunity Chaplaincy Service
In the portion >>f this week, the
life of Aaron the iii.cli Priest comes
to an end. Aaron is instructed to
ascend tin' mountain together with
his son Elazar. who is to assume
Ins father's du-
ties. The trans-
fer is to takL'
place through a
ceremony in
which Aaron re-
n. p\ i B his priest-
ly garments and
, smits them
to E.uzar, who
h n puts them
on. As each gar-
m< i I is rent n i d
ij Ik fathi r, it
ediately
Rabbi Schiff
i n bj the son
[*he rabl the gar
i !t- are put on as i
i > i !. the outi r of
iron wou!i
; o Ela a id i lie inner
t n i! n! oi \:i i kvould become
o El ai Tli.'
ibis an n t bj a miracle
mi nl ai ni eel th imselvcs
i the corn 11 order.
i Jew: li home iias Its Aaron
i i Elazar. th i parent handing
i a to the child the garmi nts of
i spiritual i Hi hope is
I he i hil I lid accept these
lents ni valui s, ethics, morals.
relig ius traditions!
But like Elazar of old, the child
maj seek to n the garments
I ay question observances, the
II ed to folio i .'.itions.
But ours is not the only genera-
li ii to quest on n i rj genera-
tion the yi '. iesl Dm d and
> persist Tl i. is the
mil uir fail r oi
of ou survival is in the tact that
eneni on il i pstions, the
1 i nand-
ments still great
i i i e i i the Jew ieh peopl .
'. irough i ach en hand-
ing down the spiritual garments,
doctrine b> doctrine, precept by
precept the glorious heritage of
Judaism has remained a vibrant
and dynamic faith, capable of di-
recting its followers to the highest
goals possible.
Miracles, however, sometimes
need a little help. Each of us must
use all of our efforts to transmit
our heritage with all its meaning
and beaut] to our children so that
they will walk in the sacred direc-
tion of our great Jewish tradition.
We will then assure not only
the survival of Judaism but will
serve to bring G-dliness and hu-
man compassion to all mankind.
ORT Chapter's
Slate Installed
Southwest Chapter of Women's
American ORT installed new of-
on S iturday, June 23, at the
Merchandise Marl.
Install) I by Mrs. Elizabeth du
Fresne were Joyce Palgon, presi
dent: Eileen Whitlon, Jackie Stone
idj Cook and Steffi Hi rkowitz
rice presidents, and Gloria Cheka-
now. treasuri r
Also Ellen Rosenblatt, Katie
Sherman, Inez F< ingold, and Diane
Linzer, secretaries, and Myra
Shulenson, parliamentarian.
Rabbi Jacobs Speaking At
Temple Israel Friday Eve.
Rabbi Stevi n I!. Jacobs, former-
ly Assistant Rabbi at Temple Is-
rael of Greater Miami, returns to
the Congregation Friday, to speak
on tli" subject "Revolution in the
Synagogue: B iyond Orthodoxy.
Conservatism and Reform.''
Rabbi Jacobs, who now has his
own congregation, Temple Judea
in Tar/ana. Calif., will speak as
part of Temple larael'S Summer
program. "The Sacre.l and the Sec
ular." His talk will follow Sabbath
Eve services, which begin at 8
p.m.
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Chukas

"An I thi i ord -poke unto Moses and unto Aaron, saying,
this is the statute of the Law which the Lord hath commanded
. (Chapters XJX-XXIJ. 1)
MURMURING AT MERIBAH: For 38 years the Israelites
roamed through the wilderness and most of the older generation
had d.ed. In the first month of the 40th year the new generation
returned i Kadesh and Miriam died and was buried there. His-
tory repeated -elf when the people again murmured for water
and God told Vfoses and A.iron to speak to the rock from which
noui h i tvould cone to satisfy the thirst of the people. In
ai Ihe people's constant rebelliousness, Moses impatiently
struck th n tv ice instead, and water came out. Because they
I i1 ni d and honored God before the people. Moses and
Aaron were tn would not be permitted to enter the
i a ["I place was called Meribah recalling a similar
li cident n lore.
FINAL MARCH TOWARDS CANAAN: The people v. re
pat the final stages of the journey. Having
failed to cntei Canaan from the south, there was no alternative
I'tii to joui I aril, through the Land ol Kdom south of the
Dead Sea. Moses sent messengers '> the King of Kdom. request-
to cross l'i- territory and offeri pay for anj
Pater th nd cattl might drink. Not onlj did the king
: fuse, he barred the way with an armed force, and the
1 raeiiti were compelled to lak" the roundabout route by the
southern borden of Edom. When thej reach Ml llor. a peak
in the range of Mt. Sen-. Aaron died and was buried there, and
Mose- in-'idled l-'.lea/ar as the next High Priest.
CONQUEST OF EAST JORDAN: Bihon, king of the Amor-
[tes, refused to allow the Israelis to pass through his land and
led his arm) against them, but the battle ended with the utter
defeat of the Amorjte ruler and his territory was captured,
Turning northwards towards the fertile lands of Gilead and
Bashan, the Israelites overcame the resistance of Og, king of
Bashan, at th battle of Edrei, and took possesion of his coun-
try which extended as far as Mt. llermon in the north. The land
on the east side of the Jordan had been conquered and the
Israelites final!) em in the borders of Moab facing Jericho.

By RABBI SAMUEL .1. FOX
(c-i, 19*3 Jewish Teleirraphli Asremyi
Why is it required for the now-
lv married couple to be ushered
into a private room in the pres-
ence of two witnesses where they
are left alone for a period of
time?
This act is that which actually
i constitutes a consummation of the
marriaee. Apparently, in olden
times, the couple was ushered into
the room where they would share
each other's privacy.
Later on, with a change of con-
ditions, this does not seem to be
the procedure. Therefore, some
private room near Ihe public plaep
where the couple was married i<
used for the newly married cou-
ple's privacy,
It is claimed that the canopy,
the Chuppnh under which the COU-
is married, is symb lie of this
BCt Of Privacy under one roof.
Since there is a question as to
whether the symbolism of the
Chuppah is sufficient, the actual
i privacy of a separate room is re-
; quired after the formality of the
; public ceremonj is completed.
Whj is il customarv for the
bride, and in some cases even
the groom, to wear white?
Some claim that the white is a
sign of purity. This is relevant to
I a newly married couple because
Jewish tradition claims that all
i sins the couple committed before
the marriage are forgiven on that
day. They, therefore, start a new
clean slate symbolized by the white
garments. Ibis is similar io the
white garment worn by Jews on
| the Day of Atonement when sin-
are forgiven.
There are some who claim that
i ihe white represents a symbol of
equality similar to the shrouds
n by th dead. It may be, in
I this respect, an instrument of so
briety to insure that the new cou-
; pie will remain realistic in their
approach to life, since the Jewish
tradition prohibits extremism
either in the form of excessive
grief or excessive hilarity.
The symbol of equality may
have been used so as io prevent
tiu embarrassment of couples who
happen to be in less fortunate
circumstances.
What is the origin of the song
title "Jerusalem of Gold?"
The phrase "Jerusalem of Gold"
(Yerushalayim shel Zahav). which
became the title of the celebrated
song conipose-J and released at the
occasion of the Six-Day War has
an ancient origin.
After the destruction of the sec
ond temple in Jerusalem. Jewish
women wore metal tiaras (silver or
gold) on which the word "Jeru-
salem" was etched. This was a
means of k eping alive the mem
ory and the identity of the holy
< Ity of Jerusalem after it had been
burned
Rabbi Akiba who lived in a state
of poverty with his wife after she
had been disowned by her wealthy
father, i quot< i as having pr m
i d his i a tiara calling
it .i "Jems 11 in ol Gold."
Since the expression signified
the hope for the rebuilding of
Jerusalem, the composer of the
Naomi Shemer, who origin.
ally wrote it before the Six-Day
War, may have had the ancient
dream in mind when she selected
her song's title after Israel's vic-
tory.
How are the BibMcal laws of
"Shinittnh" currently being ap-
plied in Israel?
According to Biblical law. land
owned bv .lews in Israel must lie
fallow during the Sabbatical year.
Manv rabbis in Israel permitted
Fewish land to be sold for this year
to non-Jews as "Chometz" is sold
before Passover. Some Jews leave
their land idle for the year or use '
a permissible method of cultiva-
k tion. like hydroponics.
mi ami
* H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES 2533 8W wMl Ave
American Traditional Juf.aism. Rab-
bi J. Marshall Taxay. Cantor Sol
Pakowitz.
BETH AM pempiei. swou N. Kendall
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Hu-
bert Baumgaro 3
BFTH OAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. j
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman. 5
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3ETH KODESH, 1101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional- Rabti Max Sha-
piro. Canior Lecn Segai. 6
3ETH TOV Hempte). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rarh. Charles
Rubtl. Cmtnr Seymour Hinkes. 8
r*rliln \ 7 |i in Slllurtla.' Il 111 Slialn*
Si ll'l.,.. 7" I i |i in.
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Mi
ami. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narol N
I i |dn \ e in Kt.lUiv inc wervlei
Klllltll Si H .Im i>l>s .'i "i > '--
HiHlnnl rabbi hi ili'' nmpU will wpeak
nil K. i-i I ii i Mill iii il.. S> IIHKOKUi
U,.yii||(| iii I nil"-" \ i : i \ .ili-i:i mid
iti r ISRAELITE CENTER. 31/8 BW 25th
St. Conservative, rlabhi ^aul J
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
OR OLOM (iemple> 8735 SW If.th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot
Winogred. Cantor Yehouda Binya-
min. 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 65C0 N Miami
Ave. Concervative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. U
ZION (Tempie- "o>. Miller Rd Con.
servative. Rabbi Normar Shapirj.
Cantor End Heifman 16
HI All AH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek 15
UORiH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gcr'i-ikel. Cantor Ben Z.on
Kirschenbaum. 35
MIAMI BIACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlylr Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon M. Ever.
17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rai^hi Morde-ai Shapiro. 18
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BETH JACOB SOI Washington Ave.
Orthodox Rahhi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamcnes 19

BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef.
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20

BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Cor.viser. 21
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BETH TFILAH. 0-o Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi jostph E. Rackov-
sky. 22
BETH YOSEPH ChAIM CONGREGA.
TION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A

CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwa-g. 23
UBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
, GREGATION. 715 W.-.shington Av*..
Rabbi Meir Masliah Melamed 23A
EMANU EL (Temple). 170' Washing.
ton Ave. Conservative. Rbbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gro.t. 25
ICONG. AN-NELL (Branch of Hebrew
Academy). 7th St. and Meridian
Aye. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Ben-
Hi Mel. 25-A
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JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
KN.ESETH ,SRAfcL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Di.vid Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Bell 27
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MENORAH (lemptej. 620 75th Si
Conservative. Rah'ji Maver Abram.
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldriian. 28
NER TAMID ("Tempiei. SOth St. ano
Tatum Waterway. Conservative
Rabbi Eugene Labov.tz. Cantor E^
ward Klein. n
OHEV SHALOM. TJtb Bonita Dr. Or
hodox. Pahhi F--neai Weberman.
Cantor Leo Radir sp
PHARDiv #tVV:: H CENTEf
lins Ave. Rabbi Sad. Nahn.is.
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM 1
44 Washington Av. "abbi Avoh
NORTH*' CAY VILLAGE JEW!
CENTER 1720 7flth Street Caa
way. Ni-rth Bay Village. Consei-\
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The 37,000-ton Luxury Liner S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam of Holland America Cruises glides smoothly through a calm
Caribbean Sea
Attractive low seasonal rates
starting al a minimum of only
$283 arc now in t fled through
Decembi r 7 foi the 10-day cruise
program of Holland America's
S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam sailing
from Port Everglades, Florida.
according to the company.
The rate.-, which start al S285,
range upward to $895 for outside
deluxe cabins. The-' prices in-
air-conditioned shipboard
accommodations, all meals, en-
tertainment and other extras. Hol-
land America's unique policy of
'no gratuities required'" also ap-
plies to all of these cruises.
Each Of the Nieuw Amster-
dam's 11 remaining cruises for
this season are identical in that
they all visit the same ports of
call. These include Willemstad.
Curacao: La Guaira (for Caracas),
Venezuela; St George's, Grenada:
Basse-Terre and Pointe-aPitrc on
Guadeloupe: and Charlotte Ama-
lie. St. Thomas. Departure dates
for the cruises are June 29; July
27; August 6 and 17; October 5.
15 and 26; November 5, 16 and
26; and December 7.
The exceptions to this series of
10-day cruises are three eight-
day ones which depart on July 9
and 18 and September 26. These
will all call at the ports of Char-
lotte Amalie, St. Thomas; Philips-
burg. St. Maarten; and San Juan,
Puerto Rico. Rates on these
cruises start at S225 and range to
a maximum of S715.
A cruise to the Caribbean today
(or anywhere else for that mat-
ter) means one of the last stands
of the old-time art of pampering
that has long been forgotten on
land. On the Nieuw Amsterdam,
the "treatment*" starts immediate-
ly after the ship has sailed. One
rejoices at unpacking all his suit-
cases, hanging up his clothes as
in a hotel, and then storing his
bags away lor the next 10 days.
A typical day at sea begins with
breakfast in your cabin (if you
wish) followed by a leisurely
reading of the ship's daily pro-
gram showing the events sched-
uled for the day. Next comes the
great responsibility of actually
having to decide what to do. And
the selection is enormous: toning
up with morning exercises, prac-
tii ing golf shots under the watch-
ful eves of a pro, playing table
tennis, taking a dip in the out-
door nool, sunbathing, shooting
trap oi learning the latest dance
step- in the morning so that 3o\x
can practice them at night in the
Kit/. Carlton Cafe or the Stuy-
\ -ant Cafe.
On the Nieuw Amsterdam there
also is a fully equipped gym. an
indoor swimming pool. Turkish
baths and massage rooms. Chess
and bridge games flourish in the
lounges. If you wish, you can im-
prove your bridge game by at-
tending lectures by a "Travel
with Goren expert. Or you can
simply rest in a deck chair, take
a walk around deckor best of
all. just relax and meet some of
your fellow passengers.
Then, one has to decide whether
to have lunch down in the cool
dining room or up on the sunny-
deck Next more decisions -
whether to laze qu;eiiy and look
at the sea. or jump up for some
sports or another swimor may-
1) a movie. Then a delicious tea,
followed by a lively chat on deck,
waiting for the swift sunset to
occur. Next, a long drawn out
bath followed by dressing up in
one's brightest clothes for din-
ner. While there will be formal
evenings, such as the special Cap-
tain's Welcome Aboard Party and
the farewell gala, the stress is on
informality.
Of course, one of the main at-
tractions of cruising on the Nieuw
Amsterdam is the cuisine. When
the gong sounds for dinner, a
great event is in the making.
You'll be presented with course
after course of delectables from
one of the finest restaurants
afloat. All prepared by Holland
America's fine chefs who are
members of the Confrerie de la
Chaine des Rotisseurs, world-
famous gastronomical association.
Following dinner there is a
show in the Grand Hall by Euro-
pean and American artists of
stage and television with lots of
laujrhts. spoofing and sophisticat-
ed doings and dancing till the late
hours. Finally, a midnight buffet
officially closes the evening. But
for the '"night owls" who hate to
go to bed. the Jungle Bar opens
up. There is music and the party
goes on. often until the wee hours
of the morning. But before bed-
time don't forget that stroll
around the deck to breathe in
the pure air of the sea and watch
those blinking stars.
Another reason that passengers
find these 10-day cruises of the
Nieuw Amsterdam fascinating are
the ports of call. They enable you
to sample a little bit of Holland.
Spain, England, France and Den-
mark without traveling all the
way to Europe to do so
For example, the first stop
after leaving Port Everglades is
Curacao where the Nieuw Am-
sterdam docks at Willemstad, the
capital, which is divided into two
parts by Santa Anna Bay. In the
city's Punda section, you'll find
government buildings and banks
as well as throngs of shoppers
strolling the wide malls, pausing
at international shops, or sipping
drinks in palm-lined sidewalk
cafes In the other section of
town, called Otrabanda, are more
shops. All of Willemstad is made
more interesting and colorful by
its tall, authentic 17th century
pastel-colored buildings as well as
the Dutch styled houses, clean in
their little green gardens.
At the city's Floating Market
boats from "enezuela, only 27
miles away, tie up laden with
fruits and vegetables. Close by is
the Queen Emma pontoon bridge
which opens up to let ocean-going
ships pass through the middle of
town. Other interesting sights to
see are the Mikve Israel Syna-
gogue, the oldest one in the West-
ern Hemisphere, and Fort Am-
sterdam with the Governor's
House. Whether you choose to
take advantage of the low prices
in the city on a shopping spree
or just relax. Willemstad is
unique- the quaint, tidy atmos-
phere of the Neth r anils set in
the lush, blue green magic of the
Caribbean,
From Curacao the ship then
sails for La Guaira. the port city
of Caracas, the capital of Vene-
zuela, This young and growing
city is separated into two distinct
sectorsthe old area, with its
charming Spanish architecture.
and the new Caracas with enor-
mous super blocks, regular squad-
ron- of cement buildings painted
in vivid colors, spread over the
hillsides,
The heart ol the new Caracas
is the Centro Bolivarthe Rocke-
feller Center of Venezuelaan
imposing group of buildings cul-
minating in two 32-Story towers.
And the city's shops are com-
parable to New York's Fifth Ave-
nue But Caracas is not all ultra-
modern. In the old section you
can visit Simon Bolivar's home
where this freedom fighter was
born and the National Pantheon,
his tomb. Also not to be missed is
the fantastic cablecar ride up to
the mountain range surrounding
the city. You may find yourself
engulfed in the low clouds at the
top and the ride down is thrilling,
with a marvelous view of the city.
The cruise next calls at Gre-
nada, southernmost of the Wind-
ward Islands, which is oval in
shape with a spine of volcanic
mountain.-. Its primary crops arc
cocoa, nutmeg and mace which is
why the island is often referred
to as 'The Spice Island of the
WTest." Grenada is a photog-
rapher's delight and practically
any trip into its lush, mountain-
ous interior with its swiit, bub-
bling streams Is scenically re-
warding. Also quite beautiful are
the numerous smaller islands and
cays that adjoin it.
Our port of call is St. Georges.
Grenada's capital, which rises in
terraces around its harbor, mak-
ing it one of the most picturesque
of the West Indian ports. A walk
along Wharf Street gives the vis-
itor a revealing glimpse of West
Indies trade as reflected by the
busy waterfront and you'll also
want to see Market Square. Build-
ings of interest include the
Anglican Church, York House and
the old Gregorian buildings on
the Carenage. Exploring the bat-
tlements of Fort George, Fort
Frederick anc. Old Forl gives one
an interesting look into the is-
land s historv
Plan to visit Grand Anse Beach,
perhaps the island's most notable
tourist attraction, which is among
the most spectacular beaches in
the Caribbean. It stretches for
two palm-fringed miles and offers
safe swimming in a setting that
is almost dream-like.
Cuadeloupe is next on the
Nieuw Amsterdam's itinerary
where the ship arrives at Basse-
Terre for a short call to enable
overland tour participants to get
off. This town is a
stud} of the i'a t. witl h iu
park-, historic build
century' church and
Richepance. Altiiou
the "Emerald Isle of th< C
bean." I rl tual
two jcpar ite slar
a narrow foil mill trail i al
the Rivici Salee. The Guadi '
n is a lush i ountainous
region dominated by a volci
called Soufrii re. The i astern p u -
tion, called Grande-Terre, is
wiiat lesf rugs ln ~:'"
of our second poil I call, Pointe-
a IV. re.
\- in m -' Ca II b >an cities,
Pointe-a-Pitre's churches and gov-
ernment buildings yield valuabli
insight into the island's past
Among the more notable of these
are The Court of Law. Museum,
and the St. Pierre and St Paul
Church. Outside of the city.
(iuadeloupe is girded by a shore-
line roadwa) which offers spec-
tacular seascapes The region sur-
rounding Soufriere offers many
fine views complete with racing
mountain torrents, hot springs
and dense rain forests. Nearby
Trois Rivieres and its "Valley ol
the Ancient Caribe.-," is a treasury
ol Carib Indian art. On Grande-
Terre. Le Moule Beach has carved
its way into an old cemetery
where one can see petrified
skulls outlined in the seaward
rocks. Co beaches close to Polntc a Pitre.
Next you arrive in St. Thomas.
the island known as the '
ping paradise of the W(
Hemisphere." Lea' Ing the I
Charlotte Amalie. you can driv<
to Bluebeards Castle, once -
fortress, now a hotel. Here you
can see the tower, carefully
restored according to the original
plans, Leaving Bluebeard's yo
can continue up Mafolie Hill to
Drake's Scat, a lookout poinl
which gives you a lovel} view ol
Magens Bay and out across Sii
Francis Drake Channel to the
many American and British
Virgin Islands nearby.
Then it's on to Mountain T>p
Hotel where you can sample the
"speciality of the house" their
world-famous banana daiquiri,
Charlotte Amalie's shopping an
is next. It is diffuuil !" mi
tli" lanj tj; es of barg,
able here -and most of them : '
duty-free pric< Vnd, don't
getcustoms still allow an extr
SlOO of duty-free purchases in
this porl and you can bring on,
full gallon of "spirits" back duty-
free as well,
Although St. Thomas is the las-
port of call, the ad' cnture is i a
over yet. There are several more
da] a and nights at a tn I
reminisce and absorb v.hid has
hem seen and to exchange ex
periences with fellow passe
and new friends before returning
to Port Everglades
For complete information and brochures on the 16 Caribbean
cruises sailing from Port Everglades write. Holland America
Cruises. Department F, Pier 40, North River New York. New York.
10014. or phone Fort Lauderdale 565-5588


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today, July 6. \
Friday, July 6, 19
Levitt Opens Chapel
In West Palm Beach
Sonny Levitt, vice president of
Levitt Memorial Chapels, Inc. of
Miami, has announced thi- opening
)f another Levitt .Memorial Chapel,
located at 625 S. Olive Ave., West
Palm Beach.
The new chapi 1 will be under
..( direction of Philip M. Wein-
stein, vice president.
Mr. Weinstein, formerly of Chi-
cago, 111., has resided in North Mi-
ami Beach for the past 20 years.
He attended Miami-Dade Junior
College and graduated with an as-
sociate degree in Mortuary Science.
He and his wife, Gail, and their
two children now make1 their home
in West Palm Beach.
Among his many community and
religious services. Mr. Weinstein
is Past Chancellor in the order of
Knights of Pythias, an active
Mason, a member of B'nai B'rith.
past Brotherhood president of
Temple Sinai. North Dade, past
vice president and past president
of the Men's Club of Etz Chaim
! Synagogue in Jacksonville. He also
! enjoys the distinction of being one
of only eight licensed Jewish Fu-
neral Directors in the State of
Florida.
Now engaged in an expansion
program Levitt Memorial Chapels.
Inc., is presently building a new
chapel in Hollywood. Upon its com-
pletion they will be only Jewish
Funeral Homes with facilities lo-
cated in Dade. Broward and Palm
Beach Counties, where they will
continue to provide the commu-
nity with the finest traditional
h wish funeral service.
Kutun Attends Conference
State Rep. Barry Kutun (D-99)
was selected by House Speaker T.
Terrell Sessums to attend the
Education Commission meeting of
the seventh annual States Con
ference in Bloomington, Minn, last
weekend.
LIMITED OPENINGS AVAILABLE
Second Session
July 23-Aug. 19
(704) 692-2222
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camp-for Boys 1 camp for curls
On private Osceola Lake. Hendersonville, North Caroline 28739
The TSS Mardi Gras, a 27,250 passenger
liner, will sail from Miami Sept. 8 on a 41-
day cruise to the Holy Land. The schedule
will afford an opportunity to attend
Year's services at the Wailing Wall in
salem.
TSS Mardi Gras To Sail
For Holy Land Sept. 8
5734.
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HARDER HALL
Golf Tennis Cup
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Private 18 hole golf course, 7 all
weather tennis courts, individual
coaching, instant replay TV. top
"pro" staffs, pool and lake
swimming, sailing, water skiing,
discotheque, band entertainment,
talent shows, drama workshop,
movies, bowling. DRIVER
EDUCATION. Trips to DISNEY
ISpecia. 2 Wee* Session: June 13-27 WORLD (1 'A hours away).
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Directors: Abe Rifkin,
Victor E. Jacobson. Tony Anthony
The TSS Mardi Gras' 41-day
oruise to the Holy Land promises
to be one of the most unique sail-
ings in recent cruise ship history.
Ted Arison, president of Carni-
val Cruise Lines (and a former
colonel in the Israeli army), has
arranged for every passenger to be
able to plant a tree in Israel as a
lasting memento of the cruise.
But the highlight of the trip for
many will be the opportunity to
ittend New Year's services at the
Wailing Wall in Jerusalem, Seven
full days will be spent in Israel.
Passengers aboard the 27.250-ton
Mardi Gras, which departs from
Miami Sept. 8, will visit some of
the most interesting ports in the
sntire "fair winds" passage. These
include the Azores, Naples, Pi-
raeus. Haifa, Livorno, Palma and
Madeira.
Many special events are planned.
The most exciting of these will be
a series of fiestas, toasting the
tarious ports of call, and featur-
ing renowned Italian, Greek, and
Israel entertainment.
Special attention is being given
to the ship's already famous
cuisine. A selection of diets will
be available, including kosher, salt
free and low calorie. And the din-
ing room will have both a smok-
ing and a no smoking section as aa
added passenger comfort.
Fares range from $1,695 to
$3,995 and include complimentir-
deck chairs, valuable gifts, stud,
groups in art, music: and photo.;
raphy. a full range of sports uv.'.
many luxury features, such as a-
mdoor and outdoor promen;' I
deck, large indoor and outd" r
swimming pools, health cl
sauna, and even an art'-gallery
13 Week Sessions begin July 28
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Bar Mitzvah
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UGAl NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-15343
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
PHI1 JI' MEDVIN.
Plaintiff.
PROSPECT CEMETERY-. .
UGAL NOTICE
I in THK JEWISH FI-OR1DIAN.
DONE ANIi (PI1PKKKD al .Miami.
Dflde County, Florida this n day of
June. 1OT8.
RICHARD P BRINKER, Clerk
i in uii Court, Dade County, Florida
Bs \ wAi.su
Deputy Clerk
R 29 7 6-18-20
[Porker
Lisa le'mer
Mo$he Stauber
ISA LEINER
ler became a Bat Mltz-
June 16, at Temple
rant is a student in
om's Conl'irmation Class
5734.
-ft &
%ISHF STAl'BER
[MoshPtephraim, son of Judge
|.d Mrs. Sherwin Stauber of Mi-
ll Beach, will become a Bar Mitz-
|h Saturday, July 7, conductiru:
e services at Beth Israel Con | pie Emanu-El.
I will be a number of outstanding
religious dignitaries and public of-
ficials, including Moshe'a uncles.
Rabbi Hillel K,avail of Washing-
ton, D.C., and Rabbi Samuel Geda
lowitz, Mayor Marvin Wcinstein.
Judge Robert Grover and Judge
.Norman Ciment.
it -to &
BRADLEY PARKER
Bradley Scott, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Parker, will be Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, July 7, at Tem-
w. .1 McLEOD. JR.. a~ Ancillary
Administrator of the Estati of
ELIZA H. WK KES. 'I.....Bed: et al,
I defendants.
TO QRACE HEWLETT, and If mar-
ried, ---------, her husband, Smith-
town Branch, Suffolk iv.uiitv. New
i'ork:
fCLIZABETH wood, and if married,
----------. her husband ri Iden un-1
known; xi I illCHAEL u ll LIAM I EVIXB
HENRY L WOOD, and If married, fResidenci I'nknown)
Wi'I, ills a if,-, ri sldenc
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-15293
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IN RE ADOPTIl IN I IF
BRIAN MARTIN LEI INE,
a Minor
By: HECTlIt L( IPEZ, bis
Sti nfathi r
unknou n .
WILLIAM WOOD,
WOOD, hi
un mown:
ANNIE L
ii-il, ----------
and If
wife,
man led
residence
^ega
a am u-
ion as ia
1,695 to
liment arj
rts, st i i.
1 photo>
sorts and
ch as j-
omen:i le
OUtdo :
:h cl i,
{alien
lion as part of his ceremony.
**oshe attends Oholei Torah Day
where he is in the eighth
wlebrant will be honored at
ition in the Caribbean Ho-
July 8. Among the
ts-at the Bar Mitzvah
Bradley is an eighth grade stu-
dent at the Hebrew Academy.
The celebrant will be honored
with a reception at Voisin of Mi-
ami Beach. His cousins, Allison
Chipanoui, 6, and Eric Chipanoui,
8, are traveling alone from Israel
to attend Bradley's Bar Mitzvah.
I MOTKt
UGAl NOTICE
F
4
ICUIT COURT OF THE
m JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IIOA H4 AND FOR
IOE COUNTY
VTE DIVISION
IATE NO. 73-3028
_ of
L E. PHELL
*d.
OTrCC TO CREDITORS
Creditors and All Persons Hav-
itns m Demands Against Said
ire hereby notified and re-
0 present any claims and de-
vhicb vou may have against
ete Of SAMt'KI. E. PKKLI.
1 late of Dade County. Flor-
the Circuit Judges of Dade
and file the same in dunli-
1 as provided in Section 733.-
ida Statutes in their offices
Count v Courthouse in Dade
Florida within six calendar
from the time of the first
Wn llirerf. or tire same will
it Miami, ihis 2nd day of July.
ARGARET PHELL and
BENNETT I'HAl.l.
Executors
tion of this notice on
July. 1973.
MAER
ecutora
_/.. Suite One
Fl. a|lz.->
ICEUNDER FICTITIOUS
kME LAW
JB 18 HEREBY 'IIVEN thai
erslgneel desiring to engage In
i giiMr the fictitious name ol
N POOD SAl.ES CnMt'ANI
corporal"! i ni t2n Northeast
ItreeLNorth Miami. Florida
itendarto register said n......
( Clerk i.f ilo rii'ii" '"urt
County. Florida
HERBKi:t term \n
othenreri;. r.;.w
RNBLU.m
IS FOOD S VI.KS. COMPANY
.iPlagler
Florida::::" .,,
iNOTICf OF ACTION
4STRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
^^1 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IDA. IN -AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
VtL ACTION NO. 73-15818
" A"L JURISDICTION DIVISION
PITJOM FOR DISSOLUTION
*^T>F MARRIAGE
^Marriage of
per udNzalez
!W> ESI'
I'roo'R 1 JPIN'OSA
vrnida 4.
naeS. Havana, i "uha.
.ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
ion for Dissolution of Mar-
ia* been filed against you anil
to serve a copy of
rltten il' f'n- -'s. il any, to it
llAHflKt CEASE, attorney for
itionVElluW address is 2720 West
Street. Miami. Florida, and
original with ilo- clerk of the
73; otherwise a default will
. against vou for the relief
Tthe complaint or petl-
IN THt CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-15883
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OP
.MARY JUSTUS
Petitioner.
WILLIAM EDMUD JUSTUS
Respondent.
YOU William Edmud Justus, c/o
Mr. Justus. 804 Patterson Street.
Hendcrsonvllle. N.C.. ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED TO FILE your written
response to this action for dissolu-
tion of marriage, with the Clerk of
the above Court, and serve a copy
upon Petitioner's Attorneys. VON
ZAMKT A: SMITH. Suite 4E 420
South Dixie Highway, Coral Gables,
Florida 33148. on or before the 10
day of August. 1H73. else the Petition
for Dissolution of MarriaKe will he
taken as confessed.
DATED: JC.N" 2f 1S73.
RICHARD P. DRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
By: C. P. CoPELAND
I it outy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
7 (I-13-20-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1960
in RE: Estai. of
SAMUEL F. GREEN HI.ATT
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing i i.iims or Demands Attains! Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
nuiicd to present any'claims and de-
mands which you may have against
in, .slat, "I SAM I El. F GREEN-
BLATT deceased late oft Dad* Coun-
ty, Florida, to the Circuit Judgi of
Dade County, and tile the same in
duplicate and a- provided in Section
738.16, Florida Statutes, In 'heir of-
fices in the Count) Courthouse In
Dad. County. Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publication hereoi or m snmi
in bi barred
Filed at Miami, Florida, tins 3 day
of July, AD 1973.
,i...\.\m: G LEWIS
A.- K\e. ulrlx
First publication of this notice on
th. i da) "i July, 1078.
MORTON U. ZEMEL, ESQUIRE
Attorney for Estate
Suite 111, I66G6 N E. 19th Ave.
North .Miami Beach, Florida
7/6-13-30-27
CROSSMAN and ii mar-
her husband, Si uth
Amboy, New .l.-rsey:
ETHEL IV. DANA, and if married,
her husband, Burkehaven,
New Hampshire:
HAZEN DANA. and if mail led.
-----------DANA his wile. Burkehav-
ii. N< u Hampshire;
ZELLA MITCHELL, and if married,
-----------. her husband, JOB St. Janus
Place, Brooklyn, New York:
.ICLIA OSBORNE, and if marrird,
-----------. her husband. 146 Montague
Street, llrooklvn, New York;
THK RECTOR. CIIFRCIIWARDENS
AND VESTRYMEN OF ST. JOHNS
CHI'RCH, HuntiiiKton. Sufftdk Coun-
ty. New York:
ISAAC R. SWEZEY. as C-Exooutor
and Co-Trustee of the Estati of
ELIZA H. WICKB8, deceased. Vine-
yard Road, HuntinKton, Look Island.
New York:
ANNA E. RHOADES. and if married.
-----------. her husband. U!l Lehigh
Avenue Newark, New Jersey;
ESTATE OP GEOKGE W. RHOADES.
MailinK Address Clerk of Surrogate
Court, Essex County, New Jersey;
WILL FKAZIER. and if married.
FRAZ1ER. his wife, residence
Vnl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Petition for Adop-
tion has been filed against you and
vou are reoulred to serve s copy of
your written defenses, if any. to ii
on DAVID E STONE, attorney for
Petitioner whose addn 101 N.W,
I2lh Avenue, Miami. Florida, and
file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court nn "i before
July 31, 173; otherwise a default
will l"- enter, d against you for the
relief demanded In the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court al Miami. Florida OP
ihis 22 day of June, IOT8.
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
As Clt rk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C. P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DAVID E. STONE. ESQ.
STONE SOSTCH1N. PA.
101 N.W. 12th Ave.
Miami. Florida 33128
Attorney for Petitioner
6/29 7.6-13-20
a
with
court on
ntherw Ise
i you
:n ito compl
This nolle-
eaell U ,'U f
unknown:
DELITY MAE ADDISON. and if mar-
ried -----------, her husband, residence
unknown;
DENNIS ADDISON. JR.. and if mar-
ried ----------- ADDISON, his wife.
residene'e unknown;
NELLIE E. COLLINS, and if mar-
ried. -----------, her husband. Kenssclear.
New York:
MARY HELEN SMITH, and if mar-
ried. -----------. her husband, residence
unkiiou n;
CALVIN HANNA. and if
----------- HANNA. his wife.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREB1 GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
ol MORTON B. ZEMEL ATTORNEX
AT LAW at 16888 N.E. 19th Avenue,
N .Miami Beach 33163 intends to reg-
juter said name with the Clerk of
Hi. Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MORTON B. ZEMEL
ATTORNEY AT LAW. PA.
7 6-13-30-27
issr in'"
i notice shall be published once
week for four consecutive weeks
nWlfill Fl.i Hill 'I \N.
ly hand and the seal
;ourt at Miami, Florida on
' of June, 1973.
RICHARD I' RRINKER
. Clerk. Circuit Court
E>S>d Count v. Florida.
lg_B. J- FOY
puty Clerk
1)
ESQ.
Street
135
Itioner
7/6-13-20-27
NOTICE Ur.DErt FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IlKiil.'liV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring 10 engage
. in business una i m, fictitious name
' of HOUSE OF 18-RA ai 585 N.E. 8th
' street, Miami. Put. intend to register
said name With the Clerk Ol the Cir-
cuit Couri oi Dadi County, Florida.
HE LAM: BALDWIN
HERBERT MONTIER
Morton M. Beiael
Attorney for Applicant.
mo W. Flagler St.. .Miami SS135
NOTICE UNDEfl FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the unelerslcned desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ALACA-N FURNITURE at 434 Col-
lins Avenue. Miami Beach, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
FIOr'd*' ISSA1S ALACAN
7/6-13-20-27
married,
residence
unknown:
HUNT1NGTON HOSPITAL ASSOt 1-
ATION. Huntington, Ixnig Island, New
York: ._
THE CHURCH CHARITY FOI NDA-
TION tF LONG IM.AXl), 4S(i Herki-
mer Street. BrooklynkNew A'ork:
FAITH Hti.ME FOR INCURABLES.
Hi Park Place. Brooklyn, New York;
ST. PHEBE S MISSION, INC. 125
DeKalb Avenue. Brooklyn. New York;
SOCIETY OP ST, JOHNLAND, Sunk-
en Meadow Road. Brooklyn. New
PULTON TRUST COMPANY OF
NEW YORK, as CO-ExeCUtor and Co-
Trustee of Ihe Estate of ELIZA H.
VVICKES, 149 Broadway. New York,
and its successor, NEW Y'ORK
TRUST COMPANY. Huntington.
Long Island. New York; ____
PROSPECT CEMETERY ASSOCIA-
TION 161-19 Jamaica Avenue. Ja-
maica, Queens County. New York;
TRADE WIND INVESTMENTS. INC..
a dissolved Florida Corporation, ad-
dress unknown;
M A C CREDIT CO.. INC., ai dls-
olved Florida Corporation, address
unknown; and M A C CORPORA-
TION, a dissolved Florida Corpora-
tion address unknown.
SALVATION ARM'S INC., 189 Mon-
tague Street. Brooklyn. New York.
Each and all of the aforenamed
Defendants, if living and if dead, his
lor or Iheir unknown divis.es. gran-
tees, assignees licnors. creditors.
trustees, acntinlatrators or other par-
lies claiming by. through und.-r or
against the said Defendants, and all
persons or parties, whether natural
or corporate, known or unknown,
having or claiming any right, title,
or interest, if any. of any kind
,.i nature whatsoever In and to the
following described real property, I)
ing being and situate in Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, to-wlt: ,
I ots S3 and 24 in Block t. ol
FLORIDA CITY HIGHLANDS,
according to tht Plat thereof, r< -
lorded In Plal Book 2". at Page
:a;. of the Public Ree..... ol l'ad'
County, Florida;
i i 2 less the Northeast te
feet thereof, in Block 14, of PER-
R1NE SUBDIVISION, according
to the Plal thereof, recorded In
Plal Book 'I;.'' ai Page 79, of the
Public Records of Dad, county,
Florida; ,
I iv ;,, 1 and 22 in Block i. ol
REDLAND BOWERS, according
i., th,- pint thereof, recorded In
Plal Rook 22, at Page 4\ ol the
PubllO Record- o| Dade County.
Lotrild8*:|n Block 8, of HAMPTON
p \l:K. according to I lie- Plal
ilo ri "f. recorded In Plat Book
i- ai Pagt >. "f the Public Rec-
nrds "i Dad, County. Florida;
The s'.. of the w'v NW4 of the
-|.;i, ol Ihe NK', Of the
SW'i LESS Hi. SO feel and LESS
the North 4 ;' < the South 70
feel of the West 1 211 fl and
1 ESS tin South 75 feel Of tin-
North !!." feel of the West 130
ie. i ia Section 32, Township 55
South. Range 4" Bast, lying and
being in Dad.- County. Florida.
y, ir the above named Dt ri i"1
ants are hereby notified that a Bill
,,f Complaint to (juiet Title to the
above described lands has been file'l
against you and you are reoulred to
-.in. a copy of your Answer or other
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
Plaintiff's attorney: ___
PHILIP MEDVIN. ESQUIRE
1032 DuPont Building
Miami. Florida 33131
and file the original Answer or PI. ad-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Ce.urt on or before the 3 day
of August 1973. If you fail to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
against ve.u for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
IN THE CrRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-15227
NOTICE OF ACTION
TILI.IB GONSHOR.
Plaintiff
vs.
ZAVEL MILEW1CZ a/k/a
ELLY MII.EWICZ. et al..
Defendants.
TO: JOSEPH GONSHOR
Gci Ador. Israel
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Ac-
tion for DECLARATORY REIJ El-
and TEMPORARY INJUNCTION has
been filed against you. This action
directly effects your interest In
Savings Account No. 41590 and
Certifieate No. on-03323 In the
name of JOSEPH GONSHOR.In
trust for JOSEPH GONSHOR
deposited in Washington Federal
and Savings and 1-e.an Associa-
tion: Certificate- No. 8880 in the
name of JOSEPH OON8HOR in
trust for JOSEPH GONSHOR de-
posited In Financial Federal and
Savings Dun Association a/k/a
Miami Beach Federal Savings and
I-oan. ,
You are requested to serve a copy ol
your written defenses, if any. ein
Trager and Schwartz. Plaintiff's At-
torney whose address is 3"1 Arthur
Godfrey Road. Miami Beach. Flor-
ida 33140 on or before August 8, l7J
and file- the original with the Clerk
of this Court either before service
on Plaintiff's attorney or immedi-
ate Iv thereafter, otherwise a Default
will be entered against you for the
r. lief demanded in the Ce.mplaint e>r
Petition. ,
the
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-15080
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE "
IN RE; Th, Marriage of
ELI A MAY DAY.
Wife,
i,, and
BI ANTON PETERILLA DAT,
Mil -1.. L 11(1
TO; r.l..\.\T".\ PETERILLA DAY
2930 Bango Street
Detroit, Michigan
VOU ARE HEREBY NOT
thai an action for Dissolution of Mai
i lagi has hen filed against you an I
' vou are required to serve ......py "i
vour written defenses, if any. to it
on I'Ai'l. KWITNEY. a.....nej for
I r, n hose address Is 120 Lin -
coin Road Suite 512. Miami Beach.
Florida 33139, and file the original
the i- "f the above stj led
hefon August I. 1973;
default will be entered
Inr in. relief demanded
ml or- petition.
shall be published i
r four consecutive i ks
,, THE JEWISH Fl.oRIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
Bald nuil al .Miami. Florida on ihis
80 day of June. 1973
RICHARD P BRINKER
As i Ilerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By I. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Curt S, al i
KWITNEY A: KR.....'
By PAUL KWITNEY
420 Lincoln Road. Suite R12
Miami Beach. Florida
Aucnov torPetltkmert/M7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-3440
In RE: Estate of
EDV. ALU GIMPLE
NOTICI TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which vou may have against the es-
tate of EDWARD GIMPLE deceased
late of New Haven County. Connec-
ticut to the Circuit Judges of Dado
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section
733.16. Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices In the County Courthouse In
Dade County. Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the-
first public" "on hereof, or the same
Filed at Miami. Florida, this .'1st
dav of June. AD. 1971.
EDWIN M. GINSBIIRO
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 2'.i dav of June. 1H73.
LEON KAPLAN
Attorney for Administrator
1428 Rrickcll Avenue
Miami. Fmrida 33131 .....
6/29 7/6-13-20
I
eal
WITNESS MY HAND and I
of Ihis Court on June 2. 1973.
RICHARD BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By A .1 RIVAS
Deputy Clerk
(CIrCUll Court Seal I
TRAGER AND SCHWARTZ
Attorneys At Law
Jefferson National Bank Bidg.
30] Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach. Florida SS140 -,..
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO 73-152?7
NOTICE OF ACTION
TH.LIE I J' "N'SHi iR.
Plaintiff.
ZAVEL Mil EWICZ a k a
ELI v MII.EWICZ, et al..
I || I'ciidants.
TO GITEL ZI1 BERBERO
a k a TUVA KASPI
Kfai- vitkin. Israel
VI ill \RE NOTIFIED that an Ac-
tion for DECLARATORY RELIEF
ND TEMPORARY INJUNl 1 ION
has I"-, ii filed agalnal you This ae.
tlon directly effects your Interval In
Certificate No SS79, Account No,
.'.:,',:,-" in the name ol .1' >SF i II
GONSHOR in trusl for GITEL.
ZH BERBERG at the Financial
F, ,1, ral Savings and Loan Assoc-
iation a k a Miami Beach Fed-
eral; Savings Certificate NO.
00-04271 In th. nani. "i .Ii ISEI H
GONSHOR in trust for GITEL
ZILBERBERQ Account So 41594
in the name of JOSEPH GON
SHOR in trust for (HThL ZIL-
BERBERG, both proceeding ac-
counts deposited In Washington
Federal Savings ami L"an Asso-
eial ."II
^..ll ..... reouested to servi
of vour written defenses, if any. on
Trager and Schwarta, Plalntlfra At-1
torney whosi an.lie-- is 301 Arthur
liodirev Road Miami Beach, Florida
j8i i" nn or i" fore August ::, I9TS and
fib- the original with the Clerk 01
this Court either befon servlct on
Plaintiffs attorney or Immediately
thereafter, otherwise a Default ill
i. ni, r, d against you f,.r thi relief
demanded in the Complaint or Peti-
tion. I
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal
of this Court em June 26. 1973.
RICHARD DRINKER
As Cl. rk of the Court
By A. J. RIVAS
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
TRACER AND SCHWARTZ
Attorneys At Law
Jefferson National Dank Bldg.
301 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
6/29 7/6-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
No. 73-15385
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In He Th. Marriage Of
FANIE I.OTHIN. Wife and
JEAN PHILIPPE IAJTHIN.
Husband ......
TO: JEAN PHILIPPE I.OTHIN
Department dea Finances
Port-Au-Prlnce. Haiti
yOU ARE HEREBY notified that
a Petition for Dissolution of Mar:
rlage has been filed against you ana
vou arc hereby required to serve a
copy of vour answer or other plead-
ing to the Petition on the Wife's at-
torney I ESTER ROGERS, whose ad-
dress is: 1454 N.W. 17 Avenue. Miami.
Florida. 33136, and file the Original
uith the Chrk of th-- above styled
court on or before the :il day Of
July. 197S, or a Default will I.....
tered against you.
|i\TED this '.'.'. day of June. 1S,J.
RICHARD P. DRINKER
Clerk of th, Cir.uit Court
By; c P ci H'ELAND
DeputS Clerk
(Circuit Court Beall 7/6..80
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-3686
In RE: l.-iai. of
Ki ISE J MUELLER.
"notice to creditors
To All Creditors and All PersonsHav-
Ing claim- or Demands Against baiu
'jou are herebj notified and required
i., present any lalms and demands
which you mas have against the es-
tate of ROSEJ. MUELLER, decease..
late of Dade county, Florida to the
Circuit Judges ol Dade County, anfl
til,, th. same In duplicate ana m
provided In Section 783 16, Florida
Statutes, In their offices in the I guil-
ty Courthouse In Dade County. Hoi-
Ida within six calendar months iron
the i.in. of the first publication here-
of, or the same u ill be barred.
Filed at .Miami. Florida, this
dav of .lull. A.D I'-'ol.
i;.i,Hindis Elisabeth Mueller
Brunhllde Julianne Mueller
As Co- Executrii ea
First publication Of this notice
the 29 dav of June, 197S.
KURT w BLLISCH
uioin.v on Co-Executrlces "f
C tatl "I Rose .1 Mueller
161 Almeria Avi nue, suite 800-E
Cora. Gables. Fiorlda 381M ^ ^ ^
~"^NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HEREBY (ilVEN that
I the undersigned desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of BURFCO ENTERPRISES at RH
Normandy Drive, Miami Beach. Flor-
ida intends to register said name wiin
! th. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida. __ ..,_,
SURF AIR CONDITIONING. INC.
ALAN H. SHIRES, president
, FREDERICK SPIEGEL
i Attorney for Applicant
I 101 N.W. 12 Ave.
, Miami. Florida 33,28 |yfJM|
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tr*Ut f*r Mi?*r>
Friday, Jury 6, 1973
LEGAL NOTICE
HGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACT'ON
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T"E
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOP.
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 73-149M
ACTICN FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THK M Ml 'l *'
IS A 1 i > \ i. i. I 1
mi'1
w .i,i i w: EAP.l. m w i i.\
TO: Wll I.I VM K \KI MALLEI
Yo" \r '
that r ri "''
ringe ha i IM
'
your written di
STANLEY P KAPLAN r for
p III
ravm Bu Una ejl l
.1
i!. v
"V
. rwiw ., il :iu i
'ii' I
rl
: UUl '
. h week ;!
THK tlKIAN
WITN KKS n hiiml I the I" al o<
1,1 ,.ou, kida "ii this
1 day of J ..,,,.
mciiAitn i'. rrinkkr
\s ;, : I, i "in ull I'Urt
] ,. .!. i u i' I
r. Il, M. KISSEK
\ i >i put) Cli rk
(Clrcull Court Seal) ( __.,,_ g]J
IN THE CIHCw-n COURT Or THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 73-1>',75
GENFRAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE EY PUBLICATION
, IN III-: thi i.
Ii isKT PB w ISTER.
'.
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>R WEBS1 ER.
vor.'irxn n n erster. -i.i. "-
an r. nulre I '"'
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HBRM I 'HUN, EWJ ,1310-
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or bi for. .iu-
1
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ItlCUAHD BRIN
c '.
[y I | I OPEI.AND
i ii >>ul -. i Merle
fClrcull Coui I Seal) .
NOTICE UNDEK hiCTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint
the undersigned, deslrta* i"
in business under the lictltlous name
o" FLORIDA-CALIFORNIA COM-
PANT al 1460 MadruM Avenue. oral
Gables Florida Intends lo rea-lster si w
Hi,me with the Clerk of the ( in ui
Court of Dad* County, Florida
FLORIDA-I 'AI.IKoKMA OMPAN]
By: George Sampaa, Resident Agent
i;, orae Sampaa, Esquire
Attorney for
Florida-) California Company
420 Lincoln Road. Suite :il
Miami Beach. Florida M1M ^ ic| r<
"Tn THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-2812
FRANK B. DOWLING
/n RE: Estate of
IRVING Wll,PAN.
''""NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
ing Claims or i manda Agalnet Baia
'' \",'u are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demand*
which you may have against the es-
tate ol IRVING wii.pax deceased
late ol Dade County. Florida, to the
Clrcull Judges "f Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided iii Section 733.16. Florida Btat-
utes, In their offices In the ( ounty
Courthouse In Dade Coun.y, Florida,
within six calendar months fri m the
time of thi first publli atlon hereof.
i ih.- same will i" barred.
Filed ^1 -Miami, Florida, tins lMh
da] ol June, A.D. IS73,
i.n.i.iK Wll PAN
As Bj i cutrix
Flral publication of this notice on
the 82 day of June, 1918.
CYPEN & NEVINB
Al i"i il i I for Exei alrlx
825 Arthur Godfn Road
Miami Beach, Florida 83140 (,
~IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-204
In RE: Estate ol
ABRAHAM GOLDSTEIN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All < md All Perm Hnv-
i i ma or Deman ; Agal -' i
. i i IfI. .I
to present i '"'
i uu mnj havi hi
i ,.i ABR VHAJ1 GOLDSTEIN
to the i :
provided I f33.li
In their offli
tj Courll .,
i within si] n
tin i m
of, or thi barn d,
:. i .
day ui June, A.l > l!'73.
I.Ei iNA S' IRIAN
An Adminl iairix
Fir i publli atli of this notice on
tl __ day nf Juno. 1973
KOMMEL. ROGERS, L< 'RBEH A
8HENKMAN
Attorne: for Administratrix
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 38189
i, 22-29 7 8-13
NOTICE UNDEK MCTITIOUS
NAME LAW
m >Tli i: iSIVEN hal
he undersl I.
in Im llless UiIiUT till
of Sill I K IIEAPTY SHOl
uele Mile, i Hi bli s, i' idn In-
tend in regli ald nami Ii the
i -|erk "T the i Ircull Coui I I lade
County, Florida
I ii.I \ FERRER
MARTHA SI'AREZ
[.Ol'RDES C. HERNANDEZ
FHIEDMAN AND LIPCON
Attorneys for Purchasers
8787 S.W >-111 SI Suite 109
Miami, Florida 18184
6/29 7 f.-13-20
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
11;, undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under th>' fictitious name
of FORTEC CONTRITCTORS at MO]
| Northwesl 74lh Avenue. .Miami. Flo-
i rlda Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit < nun
I of Dade County, Florida
Ft (RTEC i'i INSTRUCT" IRS
By: George Samnaa, Resldeni Agent
George Sampaa, Baoulre
' Attorney for ___
FORTEC CONSTRUCTORS
420 Lincoln Road, sum- -'i i
Miami Heai-b Klmiila :::ii:!!t
i; 16-22-29
6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-3610
FRANK B. DOWLING
In KE: Estate of
HANNAH FINN
deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Attains! Kiild
Kstate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against th,- es-
tate of HANNAH FINN deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, t" the
Circuit Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and a* pro-
vided in Section 733.16. Florida Stat-
utes. In their offii-es in the County
Courthouse in Dade Count.\. Florida
within six calendar months from the
tim.- of the first publication hereof
or the same will lie barred
Filed at .Miami. Florida, this 19
day of June, a i) 1971
GEORGE H. FINN
As Executor
First publication of thi* notice on
th. 29 day of June. 1978.
I EON A EPSTEIN
Alloi ney for state
4i'n Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
I 19 7/6-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 7315227
NOTICE OF ACTION
TIL.L1E GONSHOR.
Plaintiff
vs.
ZAVEL MILEWICZ B k a
F.l.l.Y MILEWICZ, at al.
Defendants.
TO: YAFFA KF.LLER
Atllt. Israel
YOP ARK NOTIFIKD that an Ac-
tion for DECLARATORY RELIEF
and TEMPORARY INJUNCTION has
been filed against yon. This action di-
reitlV effects > our ilU'lest ill
Certiflcati No 3381 Account No
vi",7-i; in the name of .]' iSEPH
ntlNSHOR iii trul for YAFFA
KEL1 ER in Financial Federal
Savings and loan Association
a l. a Miami Reach Federal: !' r-
tifirate \o 0O-O4267 in Ihe name
of JOSEPH GONSHOR in trusl
for YAFFA KE1 I ER. Certificate
No bo-0.1322 in the name ol J"-
SEPH in 'NSHi 'I: i" trust for
YAFFA Kl'.ii ER. Savings Ac-
count \" ItSftl the name of
,|i SEP11 Ol iN.-'l" iR in trust for
YAFFA KEI.l RR. di posited In
VYashlnaton Fedi n Saving* and
loan ^ 'on
You are requested to serve a copy of
> our If i '" on
Tragei nnd I '' Plalnl Ifft U-
lorn. \ l"l Arthur
: ,v Hi ;,.], Miami Beach, Flor-
ida 3.1' < Augu
IH7.1 and fil ii 'v Ith Ihe
Clerk of this i irl r hi serv-
on 1..... or mmedl-
ntels i Defnitll
,1 ,. I you II
i C it or
pPt||
WITNESS MY H
l
RICHARD 1 :
\ i
i-.. ,i \s
11
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: i
i Vrthu Godfn
; .
7 l 13-20
NOTICE OF ACT'ON
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYI
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FI.OR'DA IM AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
C'VIL ACTION NO. 73-14270
GENERA' JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR D SSOI-UTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE' "" man lage of
SAM I! TKMpr ETON, husband.
and
CORNE1 'A F. TEMPt.ETON. wife
To: C">i!V|.;r ia F TEMPI ETON
RESI1 lENCE UNKNOWN
YOI' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage '"as been filed against you and
you are reoulred to serve a cony of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on AR-HI'R H LTPSON, ESQ. at-
'nrnev for Petitioner, whose address
S Ocean Drive. Hallandale.
I Florida. r!3on!i nn,i file the orlpinal with
the Cler1' o the above styled court on
' nr before 'uly 20. 1973: otherwise a
default will he entered against you lor
the relh r demanded in the complain'
or petition.
Thi n '" shall he nuMishell once
each wee!' for fmir consecutive weeks
- THE JEWISH FORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand anil the seal of
I Miami. Florida on this
12 il.iv .lone. 11.7:;
CHARD P BRINKER
lerk, i Ilrcult Court
1 ide C lunt]. Florida
By B. .1 I'i'V
i ii u Clerk
Real)
I -1
U
Hallandal, Florida
Attorney :' r Petitioner Husband
6/16-22-29 7,6
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-14180
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR D'SSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KE: The Marriage ol
ELEANOR LEE,
\\ If. .
and
FI.OYl < 19 LEE,
Husbai i ,
Ti': Fl." 'YD E LEE, Respond
820 Vii lOI Sin i t
Si. I.ouli UI url ____
Vol- MtE HEREBY XOTTFIED
thai an ac.....i for Dissolution ol Mar-
. Inge i.as bei n led aa
.,.-, > red ti
i KNK I BMLICH, attorney for
i i 'A :
. Miami, Fli I till and
,l with thi
July
d IV
u for ii,.
rounded n thi omul nt i
\i.SS niy hand and tin
i-ouri al Miami, Florida
this 11 das ': June
HARD r. BRINKER
As <"a rk Clrcull Court
Dade < 'ounty. Floi Ida
Bj B ,i FOY
Ai D puty Clerk
(Clrcull Courl Seal]
Kin KNK I.EM1.ICH, ESQ.
I 2780 \\. -i Flagler Street
.Miami, Florida
. Attorney for Petitioner
1/1"i-2!?-29 7 'fi
ii iHECIrtCuil CJU.il OK THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-3401
In RK: Estate of
[ SIEGFRIED BCHOENTHAL
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ana All Persons Hav-
iNK Claims or Demands Agalnal Bald
Ks'ate:
You are hereby notified and requlr
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of SIEOFRIED BCHOENTH VI.
deceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the riicuit Judges of Hade County,
and file the same In duplicate and
provided iu Section 783.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County. Flo-
rida, within six i alendar months from
the lime of Ihe first publication hereof,
or the sani. ill lie barred.
Filed at .Miami. Florida this Mil day
of June. A.I). 1973.
HENRY NOUTuN
MARGOT WBILER
As Executors
Flist publication of this notice on
the 16th day of June. 1973.
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Batata
Blscayne BuiUiliiK
Miami Florida .....
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk
B/1E-22-29 7/6
Israel Atty. Gen. Indicts
Kahane on Conspiracy
: SALEM (JTA)
stale Attorney General Gabriel
tow ", .... h Pelegraphic
5 that he was relying on a
recent Supreme t oart decision in
a i,.,| ,] robbery ase for thi Legal
I rec dent to cm vi< I Jewish De-
fen e leader It il bi Meir Kal
Kahane was ii ted hei last
y for to :
murd a',!l
< Iher in a
v. .1. ins '
i
was d riied
!. me in.1 been in custody
!5 days prior to the intli-!.....nt
v. ti: no charges preferred a
him. The charges detailed in Fri-
day's indictment relate to an
al'cged conspiracy by Kahane
with persons in the United
States to commit acts of violence
intended to force the cancella-
tion of Soviet Communist Party
Secretary Leonid I. Brezhnev's
visit to the U.S. last month.
According to the indictment the
acts included the murder and kid-
napping of foreign diplomats, blow-
ing up and setting fire to buildings
and illegal telephone taps ads
prejudicial to Israel's relations
with a friendly state, in this case,
t'ic U.S The charge
mum peunity of se
pri onroent
e indictment
evidence contained i j
ten by Kahane t. in tl
which were In ii
i:i .ii authorities, Kaham \i
,i writing '' H
ii d in court h< *a^ j
ol the i bar i re S|
:. ilch i
Bach, in urgin
deny bail, aid t'-..
v wen .
i
th accu
ii in en age i:i e
tl
According to Bach, the -M
avMinst Kahane will hinge on \h,M
legal definition of conspiracy^H
Kahane's lawyers are exp'(t.i^|A
to argue that sending letters Awtima
not constitute conspiracy. "RlJ
Bach told the JTA that he J|C"n
I cite a Supreme Court decision ,. w '
I nounced two weeks ago in !i'|<
case of a hotel employe who en: ^E
spired with others to commit to'^U
bery but pulled out of ihe sehen.Jl
while his co-conspirators werjB
ahead with it without his VnovM
edge. He was nevertheless irnlicMm
and found guilty wil'r. .ne nth: eaj,
ie It
Obituaries
e v:i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE NO. 73-3934
PROBATE DIVISION
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
in RE: Bstate "i
HERMAN E. BbUMENFEl 1>
duceiiM'il.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Parsons ii-.i\-
Iiik Clulms or Demands ARalnat Said
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and di
mauds which >'>u may have n
n. i Rtn'.i "i HERMAN E. BOATMEN-
I -1:l.I late '.I Dade County.
Piorlds t" the i Ircull Judei
i'miiihi and file the same In duuli-
, ;, t.. ;i mi HH ini'\ Ided in Si
16. Florid i Statutes, in their
in th. t'uuiit) Courthouse in Dade
County, inl.i. within six calendar
from Ihe lime nl the fin I
I i hen of, or the same w ill
i
n I, Frorlda, this 3 day
of In v A.l) l".
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SHAI I A i.n. A
KR
in civ
7 6-13-20-2"
russ. fiiin. sT. nf Miami Beach.
Itivcrsldc.
WINTER. Harry. 72, nf 1233 Penn-
sylvania Ave. l.'vitt
TURF. Rose, 74. uf 4-.''i Buclld Ave.
Riverside
lipman. Edward, << Miami Beach.
I \ ill.
BERMAN. Sarah. :!. nt MH So.
Kendall I r. Gordon. Intermenl
Star i>f David.
BERNSTEIN. Charles J., 63, ol
Miami Beach. Riverside. Interment
Mt, Nebo.
BLOOM. Arthur Herman, Tl Of .Miami.
Riverside. Intermenl Mt. Nebo.
HABACK. Richard Allen. SI.of
South .Miami. Riverside
LIEBHABER. Leo. 66, Of Miami.
Riverside. Interment Mt, Sinai.
SCHEER. Bertha E., ''' "l :,',"<
Collins Ave. BlasberK.
SWADE. David Goodman, of Miami
Beach. Levitt.
LEFF. Saul, of T720 Abbott Avo.
BlasberK.
WARE. Anna 82, of 6393 ColIlllB Ave.
Itlverslde.
WEINSTEIN, Saul. 83, at 289 Collins
Ave. Rlasbern.
WOLITZER. Herman. 79, Of 1300
Pennsylvania Ave BlasberK.
COLE. Charli B., 80, of Laudi 'I le
l nkes. i.i mt.
HERZLICH. 1 ..... S 81, of Miami
Beach. Riverside,
DURAN. Charles, 72, ol Miami.
X.-u m i ii.
SCHNEIDER. Robi rl Sheldon, 4.'. i
Miami Reai h New n. n
Gottlieb. Bernard, 78, of Miami
Beat h, II vei Idi
MAY. Mrs Annie. 7 '. "I ''.
Hi iich Rivi raldi Intc i men! Mt.
Im
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Nc l
.. I., vltl
, : Ba>
f
I i ICt OK ACTION
constructivf cfrv:ce
(no property)
in the c'rcuit court op the
eleventh judicial circuit
of florida. in and for
dade county.
civil action no. 73-16040
general jurisdict ^n division
-ction for dissolution
of marriage
IN HE:
-ta S BARRETT,
Petitioner
>n ' WBS BARRET"".
Husband Respondant.
TO: .Tames F. Barrett
r.*,4'i I'uvode Street
PUtsburKh, l'en'i v'vania
vor ARE HERERV NOTTPIEP
that hii action for Dls*olutlon of Mar-
rlaee has been filed scainst ynu am1
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any, to I"
on STEVEN GARY, attorney for Pe-
' whuse ailHe.... VM i". r
cord lluil'linc 66 West Flaeler S'r-
Miami. Florida 33130. and file th.
o'lirlnal with the clerk of the above
...v' rl court on or before August in.
1973: otherwise a default will he en
tered against you for the relief de-
manded in the oomnlaint or netltion.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the Mai nf
said court at .Miami. Flotilla on this
: day nf July, 1973
Rli-IIARP P. BRINKER
As Cl.rk. Circuit Court
Dade < 'ounty. Florida
By IV .1 K"V
As Denuty Clerh
u c.urt Seali
' EN GARY, ESQ
i KuililitiK
Miami Plorlda 33130
Attornej for Petitioner
11-20-27 I
BERLEY, Martlet II.. 87
Beach. Klvi rside
CEPPOS. Louis, m Mil
Rlversidi. Interment M '
DAVIS. Lorlmer. of Sui i
EPSTEIN. Isadnre R
Harbor Islands. Illvi r>
FRIENDEL. Pearl. 58, 1750 XB
191st St Levitt.
GOLDSMITH. Samui 1. '.Mi
Beach Rlveralde.
HANDELMAN. Rose. I tE N ,\
177th si. Levitt lnt< Mi
Nebo.
KATZENSTEIN. Mrs Gerl ud.
Bal Harbor. Rlversidi
KLEIN. Morris. 7". nf M ml B
Riverside. Interment .'., Neb
leder. Seymour, 66 ol Miami i'
\. \ man Intel nn lit S II1.
LEVIN. Lena, 90, of 33: .-' V.
Ave i lordon. Intermi lit. P
rathaus, Abel, 77. ol Miami
Riverside, Interment Ml Mel
SCHRAGER, A.lam. 7. ol
inli PI. Levitt.
SIEGEL. Phyllis, 41. ui ME s
17711) St. Levitt i
STEINBERG, Henry, of North *<
Beach. I.eviti
REIFF. Fannie, of St.......n
H vi ri ide.
SILVERMAN. Ida, 83, i 11
M mi inrdi ns Dr. R
STREL2YN. M illia
I'm, Tn e 1 ir. Rivi I
GOODFRIEND. .1 op.
S\\ '.ih St. Gi
Nebo,
WEINMAN. .1
II ver Ide.
MELL. Sam R i
Dr. 1
LEROi.LAND. .1 ih,
Palme i
Miami Monument Cor.ipor./
3279 i.W. 3th Street, Miumi
444-0921 .4V0922
Closed On The SaMKlli
Personoliicd Memorials Custim
Crafted lit Our Own WorksRop.
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open tvery 0oy Zloiti Sabbat*
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Miart.i's Only Strictly Jewmh
Monument Dealer
Jnemorial Chapel
"JEWISH fUKEm DIPECrORS"
&
LOCAL AND OUT OF STAT*
ARRANGEMENTS
947-2790
1338S W DIKIE HWY., N.M.


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NOTICt
COURT OF THE
>ICIAL CIRCUIT
FOR
JOUNTY
DIVISION
NO. 73-1143
PARKER
tans
CREDITORS
Ind All IVrsmis II.,v-
Imanaa Against Said
itlfied :iml r. nuircd
Muima :hhI demands
pave agnlnsl the pii-
ID i.ivshee de-
Ida County. Florida
IPS of I ;I Count] .
tt iii dupli--ar>. and
bHoii i 33.16, Florida
tfflce* in Hi.- County
It- County, I'd.ri.In.
pir months from the
iuil.ll<-:iti>'ii hereof,
- barred.
Florida, i iii>- 13 day
I.ivshee
Executrix
Mi of ihis notice mi
Jllf. 1973
MAX. ESQ.
I II Hi \
ItGAl NOTICt
UGAL NOTICt
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HERERV (IIVEX llml
ili.- underalgned, desiring
'ii- Ini ui tier lh< flcl Itious name of
IA> I IX 8th Court, Hlnli :ih, Florida Inti nil* to
register
Hi. Cli
Florida.
i
nil i 'oui
wiih Hi,-
Of Dade
HERMIXIA VII I \
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is HEREBY (IIVEX thai
I the undersigned, dealring In engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Tin 'I'M m. FLOWERS ni .;n E th
I Street, Hlnleah Florida S3O10 Intend
i" register >;itl name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court ot bade County,
Florida
CIRO FBIAS
EMILIA ROJAS
ti 22-29 7 8-13
|0
B I3-22-2!! 7 6
911 Ihi
piracy
I"-', tv
sdix1
IT COURT OF THE
UDICIAL CIRCUIT
A IN AND FOR
COUNTY
E DIVISION
re NO. 73-3434
C E. SCHUL2
.ii. of
IM'SSACK
TICE TO CREDITORS
litorB ami All I'. ismis Hnv-
8JbJ>eninii.is \r.....-i Said
in t|
notified Mini i. .inn, .1
clinins mi,I .|,iii{iii,l
Jinvf agali -i n
t. i:rss\i i< ile-
County, Florida,
ucrt^^^pacs < Dad.-
^^Hfr ifl "Hlli'if i>. Mil as
ho COI
lit rol
schema

Vnov
ndictei
other;'
i
II .**"
H' fTrv:
ii
Florida
rfii i r ii :!.. i *ounty
If County, Florldii.
r ni'niili- from the
PUbllcui imi Ii. reof,
e %.:U 1" I- t r .'
Miami El.,il.Li, this ltth
v n .
i' mi ai 'ii. r:
Y RCssack i i|:i:i:i:
As Executors
illcaUi'i. of 'liis p.Mi.-f on
y of .Tun', l!i;::.
FRIED WEIL ,v Si'HEER
f.-r Estalc
Rood
Florida
H 'K-St-SK '
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-14692
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: Tin Marriage ul
DLtiA MAHALEC
and
JOHN MAHALEC
'|i i; JOHN MAI I ALEC
Rl siil. i.if I. i K i .i\\ n
YOC ARE HEREIN NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage lias been filed ;i--;:i 11-1 y<>u and
you am required to nerve a copy of
% iii tvritten defense*, If any, i" ii on
I.AWREXCE F. KAIXE, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address la 9.13 S.W.
First Street, .Miami. Florida 83130,
rin hi, : 877-0031, ; 11.1 file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
...ini mi or before July ;7. l:*7:::
"ilii-i'uis. a iii -fault will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the complain I or petition.
Tins notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive woeka
in THE JEWISH FLORIDI VX.
WITXE88 my liiniil and Ihe seal "f
snld court at Miami. Florida
1.1 day of June, 19":'..
RICHARD P. DRINKER
A- i 'Ii ik. i 'in nil i '.'in i
1 laili I 'nuiilv. El"i Ida
id n .i foy
A Deputy i "|i rk
fCIn ul' Court Scull
i a\\i:i:mi: F. KAIXE
AI Inip, -v for the Wife
'.:..-. S.W. First Bl .Miami. Fl. 33130
Phone: 877-U031
6 22-59 7 8-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 73-3433
In RE K
lerk of SVI.VESTEIi s Si HLOEMElt
'ounly, deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 'redllni mid All Pi i.....- II.iv-
8-13 Ina '''aim- oi Demands Against Said
i:-......
Vi'U are hen l>> notified and reouli il
In present any claims and d-
I which vi'u may have against ihe es-
tate i.f SYLVESTER S, SCHLOEMEE
I" eased :.....ID ule County, Florida
I to the Circuit Judaea uf Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 7:'..". IS, Florida
Statutes in their offices in the Coun-
[ tj i urthouae in Dude County. Fiat-
. iila. within si\ calendttr nnmili- ii'-m
I Hi. time ol the first publication here-
of, '.r the -am. ,\ ill lie barred.
Filed at Miami, this 13 day of June,
a 11 i:*73.
ALU E E. SCHIJ IE.MEII
A* Executrix
Flrsi publication of thla notice
the 22 das of June, 1973.
SIMON, HAYS A 'ilil M'WEIiii
Attorney for Bxecul rl \
808 Ainsle.t lluildlna
Miami. Plorlda 33132
I ::-::> : 8-13
i.n
irGAt Nor.ci
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. '3-1467:
IX RE 'I'll I MAURI VI K
MARTH S .1 \ ^E lib 11, tt IFE,
PETITfiiXKR, VXD
\\ II I n: i: llli'i:. Hi SIIAXP.
i:i:si'i ivdrxt
NOTICE TO DEFEND
'Ii >: WILLIE It, RU K
Post i iffi. i;. -
S) l\ ester,
i liHinrin.
\.. .,,-. herebj noi ifled II al you'
wife has filed a petition for mnrrimte
ilisMdu......" iliis court and that I
yog an requlreil to file your Answer
or other Reaponslve Pteadlna there-
to, with the Clara of this Court,
ami i" serve a cop> thereof, I
upon .1. C, I.AI'SSEL. u> N.W. M
Sir. .1. Miami. Florida 38ISO, your
wife's attorney, on or i....... July -JT. I
1973, ntheru Ise a I left nil for the Re-
h, f Mimlii in the Petition, Will be
fin. r.,! iiKtiinsI \ i'U
DATED June 13, 197"
ItH HARP P. l\"i"'-'i'lL
Cleric, Clrcull '"i"'.
Ily It, M. KISSI '<:
Deputy Cli rk
ii 'Irrull i "in i Seal)
ii 22-S9 7 fi-13
UGM NOTKZ
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOIC'AL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JL'R ISDICT'ON OIVISIOW
No 73-14064
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IX RE: Tin in
jt ixatha> ';;:.\ v
llll-i
\ ~
I! AY.



IT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
A IN AND FOR
E COUNTY
E DIVISION
73-3366-(Schulz)
O CREDITORS
End All Persona llnv-
manda Axalnat Said
nntifL d and rfiniiifil
liiims and demnnds
lutve nvalnal Ihe ea-
Bt'CKER, deceased
niv. Florida, to Hi*
lire*Of Ma.! 1'iuintv. and
n In dui'li. al.- ali'l as HI'"-
Sri-tlon 7:'.::. 1. El.-ridn Siat-
llietr off if is in ih.- 1'i.ii'ilv
in Dadc Ciiunty. I'lnrida.
: calendar nvmihs frmn Ihf
,. flrut publication h.-reof.
fll he lvn-.-rl
Mlaxnl. Florida, (his -1 day
l>. 1873.
.'ART) .1 /I i i.i::
A KXfi'ii'"!'-
mxff* i'iik.m.w
for Co-F-> .-iiii.t-
d Are., Miami. Ela :'-' ::'
6/29 7 i.-l:.--'"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-2779
Iii RE: Esli......i
KlltE.N SILVERMAX
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
InR I'laims hi- Demanda Against Said
Estate:
V'riu are hereby nntlfled and required
in in-i-sfiii any claluia and demands
which you ma\ have umilnal the es-
tali "i RCUEN SILVER.M \N !
eased late of Dade County, Florida.
I., the Clrcull Judges of Dade County,
and file (hf same in dupllcali
lAiivided in Section 733.18
Statutes, in their offices
I'ounty Courthouse In Dade
Eloriila. within six calendar
thla from the time >.' Ihe first nu
; hereof, or the i*ume \iiil be barred,
l-'il.-'l al .Mian,i. Florida, llns 1 d.iv
of June, A L>. ID73.
HORTEX8E ROSSMAN
As Uxecutr \
Flrsl puhlleatlou ot this notice on
the 2! day of June. 1973.
I \i'K AXK1S. ESi.i
! Attorney for Executrix
',ifga i.a iini'i'i- 1 irlve
Miami Reach, Flu, ::::i l"
i; j
and as
Florida
in the
County,
mouths
illention
6-1:
T8WCTIVE SERVIC-i
MO MOPERTVi
;i*curr court of he
JTH JUDICIAL CIDruiT
OR'OA IN AMD FOR
DAQC COUNTY
AfTION NO T>.i;ni
-Jht. FOII D'SSOLUTION
Of MARRIAGE
' lie MoeyloCf "i
V.S A. DAY.
nov
^ftl'.V \'i i'IMEII'I '
It Ion of M.i' -
IfU'ii-: and
try n cony mf
if an\ io ii on
Oi.rin \ for Pe-
ls 1771 V >\
^oi-ida and file
^K clerk Ihe
Bf of K.ii.iv .Inly
^Mif.mli i'l
IN THE COUNT/ JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 73-2621
J. GWYNN PARKER
In RK: Estate of
BEX SCHW \I!TZ
Deceased,
NOTICE TC CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persona Rav-
ing claims or Demanda Agalnal Said
Eatate:
You in-!- hereby notified ami required
to present any claim* and demanda
which urn may have against the cs-
i......if ken SCHWARTZ, deceased
late of iiadf County, Florida, Io the
County Judge* of Dade C*unty, and
file the same In duplicate and as nro-
vidfl in Section 733.18, Florida Stat-
ute*, i" Ihelr offlcea in Ihe County
Courthous< in Dade County. Florida,
within si\ calendar months from the
lime of the first publication hereof.
,) |he same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Eloriila. this 1..
dav of June. A I> 1973,
FRANK SCHWARTZ
As Administrator
First publication of tMs notice on
Ihe '''nil dav of June. '9T3.
I'AVfll R .I.W1TS. KM),
Attorney for Admlnletralor
1181 N.W 17tli Avenue
Miami. Florida :'.:!l"."i
8 82-59 7 8-13
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
fNO PROPERTVi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAOF. COUNTY
rn/M ss^mam m-s *- *****
ACTION FOR CHANGE OF NAME
iv ri.'. pe........ uf
sriEUlM IIETII PAXXAMAX
i,..i
Mien '''' ivK P'''YV VM VX
to- mii'i'iiv PIVVXMAX
i -ii i,,.'i.fi.l Drlvi
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-14789
iCENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
RE: NOTICE OF
ADOPTION PROCEEDNG
i IX RE: ADOPTION OF:
: OAVHi EARL TUC.OLB. JR.,
a minor
By: WAYNE S. RITTHXHOCSB,
his Stepfather
TO: DAVID EAKI. TI'fi'lI.E. SB.
(Residence Ciiknowm
YOL ARE HEREHV XOTII'IEP
that a Petition for Adoption has been
filed in adopt David Earl Tugatle. J>.
and you are rrqufrtd to serve a copy
of your Written defenses, if any. to it
! op DAVID E. STl'N'E. atloriiev for
1'fiitiuncr. whose address is ini \\W.
l'.'ih Avenue, .Miami. Ftorlda, and
I the original w it Ii Ihi
above styled court on
J7. 1978; otherw is, a
entered agalnal
ni.indfd in the compblinl or tifiili.ui
This notice shall be PONhmed once
each week for four consecutive areeks
in I'lli: JEWI8H Fl.oRIDIAN.
WIT\I-:SS my hand and ih.- seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
iv day of June, 1973.
RICHARD P. BRJjnCER
As i lerk. Circuit Court
Dude County, Florida
By K. .1. POY
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Scab
STUXE ft SOSTCHIX, I'.A.
101 N'.V. 1-ih Avf
Miami. Florida 3SJ2S
AtliJin.- for i'fliiioper
6 22-^!'
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-14785
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: dissmi.i "in i.\ if
MARRIA'IE OF
I' USY SMITH
\\ lfe-1'einioitcr
and
HEXRY M SMITH
Husbnnd-ltcsiMinilenl
'In: HEXRY Al. SMITH
Residence Cnknown.
rCH' ARE HEREBY XOTTF1ED
thai nn iifilon nu Dissolution "( Mai
rlage lias been filed against you and
vou nn- ifiiuii'ffl io serve a cop) of
your written defenses If any. to it
mi ANDREW .1 TOTH, nttoi.....< i
Petitioner, whose address is Suite E.
9325 Park Drive, .Miami ShVres, Flor-
hi.i :'.:' ;s. and file (hi- original with
the Clerk of the above atyled Court
ii default will in entered agalnal you
foi ih, relief demanded i" Ihe com-!
plnlnl or petition.
This notice shall he published once I
,\.-i. for four .....isecutivi week*
In Tin: JEWISH FI.OHIPIAX
WITNESS my hand ami the seal1
of said Court III Miami, Florida on
this Is da> of Julie,
Cli HARD P. llltlNKER
As Clerk, Ilrculi "ourt
I aide 'ountj Florida
By '. P. COPEI.AXD
As D.iiuh Clerk
tCircuil Court Seal)
ANDREW .1 T< iTII
Suite E 932S Park Drive
Mlural slrnr. s. l-'ioi id.i iSISS
All.il-a.v i.a I'.-til inn.-r
Telenbone: 737-94 II
6 28-29 7 6-13
A VMS
Wife
Vi ii .\\ \ '- i ;i:a v i .-I'!, in ii"-
l.nm\ ii. lire MUiivl lo fii.....ur -
-! ;o ili. pciiii.iii fin dlssnlui
of marriage with Ihe Clerk of ih*
n.........i: i serve a i py then !
ii....., ii. rm r 1310-11
i 'oi gresn lildg., Miami. I"l"i Ida 0 r
I"-..v.- .In,* :: 1972. or else pel.....:
\i ill in ..ni.....d
Dated: June 19. 1973.
RICH '.i:i> i' I1RIXKER
i 'ui k 'Ircult 'ourl
D, i: m EIBSEE
11. inn i
iCIrcuil Poui i Seall
."- 7/8-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
vu'l'ii'i: is HER El IY fSTVEX r
Ihe undersigneil, desfrlna to nu: rfl
In I iis'ii. -- mnli r the flctll lous n .i"
.I sicil.M \\-Wii:\ PROPERTIES
ai '_''.". s. Dixie Hlghwi y. Mlnml, I -
Intend Io realstnr said nami Ith
Clerk of the Clrcull Court of Di la
County, Florida
CLIFF" iRD sri'HM VX
I.Li iXARD W IEN
Mver*, Kaplai Porter. Levinaon
and Kl
il:-. Hrii kell \\ enue
Miami. I'l.i 33131
,; ,-. "..Jfl 7 .'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
i ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-2993
In RK: Estate of
ItEHTHA AlOSKHttlTZ
a k/u BERTHA SFEI REIX
df. eased.
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
To ah Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing '"lainis or Demand- Agalnsl Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
fil, which you may have against the es-
lerk of Hie i..if ot BERTHA M06KOWITZ a h a
or before .lulv I BERTHA SPELKEIN ueceiuj.u tine n
I. fault Will be 1'aile t'ounlv, Florida, to the Circuit
for die ifii.i de JuiIkcs of Dude county, and fiie the
.-.inn- in duplicate and as provided in
I Section 731.M: Florida Statutes, in
I their office* in the County Court-
I "use in Dade County, Florida, with-
In six falfiidar months from the time
of the first publication hereof, or the
, sanif will be barri-d.
Filed at Miami. Florida this i^ daj
of June A.D. IMS,
KOSLYX FI'HK
tRWIK MDflKttWITZ
As Executors
First publication Of Ihis police on
the L". ilai of June. I!<7::.
SHAI'li:>. PRIED. MIEIL& SCHKER
Attorneys for Executors
1n7 Line..In Road
Miami Den h, Florida
i. 15-22-29 7
8-13
I-
Y'ir
Pat in
ll is 1" ell
VOU
., I'.-l
\ 111:
.I
, alnat 7*U oe Hi. reef .....
the (waawkiiii' ......
Jee sbttll he nul
f,- fnur oonsv..." weeks
WfSlTFinRlDI v
S my hand and ih- seal
ir.di"
I4RRFRY vii-i'ii-n-D
for Cliaii"- of Nam-
filed by your children and
, null d i.....ii- a .-nov
u-Htten d. r,.,,v.
,.., MAX V OOi DFARR,
for peiiil.....'r. whom
West i-iac'ei- Street,
nmi. Florida, and
Mill the clerk of
IIIV. to i'
altorpei-
lf|,l,,.,v is in
Room DI Ml-
file ih, ..Hi""''1
III,. :,!.. -lvl.il
.lulv
Will b
1.
i, 1973:
entered
manileil
seal of
on this'
Florida on
,
UNOIR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
-
lesiring to ent.i':.- in
West SB Sue. i.
10 Intend* to n
rk of the i-i--
fkmiitj, FlTT'di.
;' MIAMI. !\C
/1S--
r-ottrl on or befoet
otherwise a ilefa"li
tignlnsl vmi for tin '
in !' unvlaint or petition
This notice shall he oubh-ln d ones
each ivc.-k roe four con-eeutlve weeks
in Till' IEWISH Fl 'RID' VN
WITN'ESS mv hand nnd Ihe
said courl Bl SflemJ. l-'n'ii'l.i
11 dav of .Tune. 1973
RICHARD P. RRIMKER
As Clerk. <' reull < iii-i
Dade Copnlv, Florida
in R M KISSFE
As DenuD cieik
ll'il-fllil I 'i'IH'1 S.-all
MAX A. :'! DFARH
(l( I'.iscnvne nui'dinir
ii' Weal Flngler Street
.Miami. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner _
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY HIVES tnnl
Ihe und.-rslniifd. desiring (" engage
in busin.iss under the ficiiii.u- name
of CESAR OF .MIAMI al .>' Weal 28
Street, luleah. Fla.. noift Intends to
register said name i(h tb' Clerk ot
Hie circuit Court of Dude County,
Florida.
CESAR FASHIONS OF MIAMI WC
ii I 1-22-29 0
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAI C'RCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-14746
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
.1 V M i;s I. Tl'lil i.
petitioner
and
RACHEL A TOl 'l>.
Itesi, idem
TO: RACHEL A TuDD
Address I'iiI- now n
Residence l 'nknou i>
YOl" ARE HEREBY M i'l IFII 1'
thai an action for Dlaaoliatton of Mar-
riaafe has been Hied agaknt you and
vou are rouulred to aerra a copj of
v..ur written defenses, If any, In it on
ItOBERT II BI'RNS, ES'.'IIRE ai-
toi in i for Petitioner, whoa* address
is 490 Lincoln M., Suite 4*0. Miami
Ik a.h. Florida, and file the orjjtinal
uiih iln Clark id the above styled
coun on or before .luh "". Hi7::: othor-
wise 0 default will be entered auainst
>..u for u- oeiiei demanded in the
comnlaint or pvtitton.
This notice iftgll be published once
nn Ii week for four ii.nsecuti\ e nn-li?
in THE JEWISH Fl. iRIDIA \.
WITNESS m> hand and ll,. Real of
said court al Miami. Florida .'a (his
is dav ..I June, l!'7".
RICHARD P. BR1XKER
A- Clerk, i in nil Court
Ily L SXEBPBN
As Deput) Clerk
U iniiil Ci.ii' I Stall
ROBERT H. BCRXS, ESoI'lRK
4-J0 I incoln ltd. Suite 130
Miami Beach Florida
Atom*) ini l'ttitieoer
3-4*ei
. 6'*J-'^!> 7 li-ll.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-14864
IX RE: The Marriage of
DONALD BERTOX Ml KI'IIY.
Petitioner.
and
KATHERINE ANN SICRPHY,
Respondent.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: KATHERJXK ANN MI'RFHY
i.7"i Xorib Sheridan
Arvadll, -.irn.Tn 'i.....-
Voc ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution >!nr-
; rlage has been filed against you and
vou up' required lo serve a cob* of
your written defensea, if any, to n
Oil LARSON. MARVIN ,v SHET'PAHD.
Attorneys tor Do.NAI.D BERTOX
MI'RPHV. the Petitioner, 777 North-
west 72nd Avenue Miami, Florida
::i 126, and file the original with Ihe
Clerk of lb. above styled Court 1*1
,.. I.i I,,i. Ihe -~. dav ol July, 1973; .
otherwise a Default *oi! be entered
agalnal you for the relief demanded
in the Petition for Dissolution of Mai-
riaae.
Tnii notice shall be published once
each we-i, for four connecutH'e weeks
in THE JEWISH FOXHUIAN
WITNESS mi liinl and seal of "Old
Court III .Miami. Dad. LVajinly, Flor-
ida this 19 day "i -iiim 1973.
RiciiARD BRIXKER
as clerk of ih* Circuit court of
I aide 'nunty, Florida
B) IL M. KISSHK
Deputy dirk
(Court Seali
HERBERT 7. M VRVI.N. for the Itrm
I ARSON. MARVIN & uHCPPARD
777 Xmhwest 72nd Avenue
Miami, Florida 231ft
Phone 281-53.13
t/si-n 7 s-ii
IN THE ClRCUiT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO 73-14112
NOTICE OF
ADOPTION PROCEEDINGS
IX RE: Adoni Ii n l>
.|o||N II I.1PIXSKI,
Petitioner
TO: WARREN POX
Address ui.....r Place .,r
Residence I'nknoun
Yoc ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai Petition for Adontlon I
Change of Name for (he minor cl I-
ili'i-n up nHoned In ike Petition has
I.,. filed namlnsi you nnd you are
required ( serve n cop> uf your writ-
ten defense* if tiny, lo ii on l ar-
son MARVIN AND SIIEPPARDi
Attorneys for PetRloner, whose ad-
dress is 777 N.W. 72nd Avenue. Mi-
ami. F''eid.l ::.l_i; and file 'lie Origi-
nal wlih (he Oerk of (he above-
six led Coun ni or before the 27 day
of July, I9T3: olherwlaa a iudirment
may I.....ntereil against you for ii 8
relief demanded In Ihe Petition.
This police shall be published once I
weuk for four consecutive weeks In
i ui: ,Tf7WTJH FT.OKIDIAN,
WI'i'NESS m> hand nnd ih* -al
; ..i.i Court al Miami. Dad.- Count*.
Florida, thl* 19 day of .Tune. 107::.
RICHARD RRIXKER
Clerk oi" Clrcull Court
i Bj c p COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
6/23-29 7/8-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-15227
NOTICE OF ACTION
TIT.I.IE H< 'NSIIi'R.
Plaintiff.
ZAVEL MII.EWICZ a -k a
El. IV .MILFWIi'/. i i al.
Dl iflnlants.
To: SSAVEL MI LBV 14 Z
., k a li i.v mii.i:wicz
l 44-28 2ih Avenue
Flushing, New York 1 ISM
voc are notified thai an Ac-
tion "T DECLARATORY RELIEF
and TEMPORARY IN.1I" N TloN his
beeii rfled ainitn*! you. This action
directly effects your Intereal In
Account No, 12082 of Miami Reach
Federal Hnvlngs and Loan Asso-
ciation a k Financial Federal
Havings nnd loan Vssoolntlon in
Ihe name ,.f JOSEPH HOX8HOR
in irust for ZaVel Milewlcx as of
1 ::i 72,
Von are renu 'sted i" aerv* a nop> ol
your written defenses, if any, oat
Trager and Schwarta, Plaint If rs At-
torney, whoae address is 301 Arthur
Ciiilinv Road, Miami Reach. Florida
:::: t on or before .Vugusl :: 1*73 and
fib- (in- original a'lth ihe eicrk of
Ihis Court cither before service on
I'lainiiffs attorney or Immediately
thereafter, otherwise a Defaull will
b, fiiiir.il ugalnsi you for Ihe relief
deiiinndetl In the Cnmnlalnl or Peti-
tion
WITNKSS MY HAND and lln- -, .,1
of ibis i "ourl on June 28, 197.1
RICHARD DRINKER
A.- i 'ii rk id tin I ourl
Bj a .1 RIVA.I4
D.-niKi Cleric
iCinuil i '.iiiri S. ali
TRACER AND SCHWARTZ
\ ttnrne) s Al [jiw
1,.t'fei-si 'i \;i tlnnal Dank Ride
:ni Arthur 'lodfrej lead
Miami lb a.h. Florida 381 I '
: 39 7 8-13-28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 73-15657
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IX RE: Tin- mnrriage of
RI >SK M. SWEETING.
Wife,
and
Ll.ovo BWEETINW.
Husband.
V(M" I.I '"io SWKETIN'i;. rrsi-
deii, unknown, are required to file
vi,ur answer Ui Ihe petition for dl
solution ..1 marriage with the Clerk
of in. above Coun and verve a copy
thereol upon Hecman Cohen, Bau-i
1310-11 Congre- Oldg., Miami. I'lm-
Ida, i.....r I., for* .lu'.i 38. i!>7::. or
else lie.il;..11 will be colll.-s^.d
Dated: June 27. I97S.
RICHARD C RRIXKER.
i l.rk. i llrcUll Court
i'.v c [ COI'LI AN1>
I leuuty Clerk
fChrrufl '-'oun Si- 'l i
8 :' : 8~-13-30
I.


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LEG OR BREAST QUARTERS
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
PRICES EFFECTIVE THtU SUNOAY. JULY tth.
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EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
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P.P. BRAND
LAUNDRY
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HALF
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JUG
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COFFEE
LIGHTENER
16-OZ.
PKG.
SAVE
5C
HEAVY
DUTY
DYNAMO
LIQUID LAUNDRY
DETERGENT
28-OZ.
JUG
LIMIT ONE JUG PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE EXCLUDING OGARETTES
LIMIT 4 PKGS. PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF S7 OR MORE EXCLUDING OGARETTES
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OF S7 OR MORE. EXCLUDING OGARETTES
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California Carrots 25: Grapefruit Juice 1V 45c
P.P. BRAND REGULAR ALL FLAVORS
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12-OZ.
CANS
NICE TEA
Ready to Drink Iced Tea $8? 29e
LEISURE WAY _
White Plates ..................."K DEL MONTI
Prune Juice..........................4%.2 59
LEISURE WAY __
Pastel Plates .............."ftf 79(
Crossrib Roast
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49 CHOICE
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Mazola Margarine Wc 49c
SWEET MILK OR BUTTERMILK
P.P. Brand Biscuits lc25 10c
DELICIOUS FLO-SUN
Orange Juice
MASTER'S DELICIOUS
SAVE
QUART
CONTS.
ALL
FLAVOR
8-OZ.
CUPS
SERVICE APPETIZER DEPT!
ALL LUNCH MEATS S*. CED T0 YOUR ORDER
AVAILABLE ONLY AT STORES HAVING SERVICE COUNTERS'
ALL DARK MEAT
DELICIOUS FROZEN FOODS!
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POP-TOP
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