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The Jewish Floridian
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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>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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"dewisfa Floindian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 46 Number 28
Miami, Florida Friday. July 13. 1973
Two Sections Price 25 cert's
rab Dominated Oil Cartel Seeks Price Hike
VIENNA (JTA) Militant Arab voices within
the world's richest oil cartel want new talks with
Western oil companies before the end of this year
aimed at higher oil prices, oil industry sources said
here.
This was revealed after a two-day meeting of the
cartel, called the Organization of Petroleum Exporting
Countries (OPEC), whose 11 members, mainly Arab
states, produce 85 per cent of the world's oil. The
meeting was held late last week at OPEC's Vienna
headquarters.
The sources said Arab members want an ex-
traordinary OPEC conference here in September
to plan strategy for the new price talks. A present
agreement between OPEC and the companies which
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buy its oil provides for a 2.5 per cent inflationary
factor clause. But the Arabs say inflation is run-
ning as high as eight per cent and they want a
revision of the agreement plus compensation for
the money they say they are losing.
OPEC got more money for its oil just two months
Continued on Pa*e 8-A
. .......

"fr
rOA Calls Times
Mobil Ad Case
Of Appeasement
By Special Report
NEW YORK In a sharply-
orded letter to the president of
He Mobil Oil Corporation, the
kionist Organization of America
Charged this .week that a Mobil
ivertisement in The New York
Times counsels the United States
to pursue "a policy of appease-
aent and superficial expediency"
sward Arab nations in the Middle
Cast.
The letter, sent to W. P. Tavou-
areas by Rabbi Joseph P. Stern-
ktein, chairman of the ZOA Na-
tional Public Affairs Committee,
>ok strong issue with Mobil's
jarter-page ad, headed "The U.S.
ake in Middle East peace: I," in
[he June 21 issue of the Times.
That ad, citing Mobil's "sub-
I stantial Interests in the oil re-
[serves" of Saudi Arabia and Iran,
I stated that "Saudi Arabia may
[conclude it is net in its interests
to look favorably on U.S. re-
quests for increased petroleum
sources" if U.S. relations with
the Arabs "continue to deterior-
ate."
It also declared that the United
States "must learn to live" with
the people of Saudi Arabia and
understand that it "looks to us for
policies that recognize their legiti-
mate interests and aspirations."
Rabbi Sternstein stated that the
ad which the ZOA "deplores"
and finds "shocking" implied
that Mobil wants "American Mid
die East policy to become more
'pro-Arab.'"
"What you advocate," Rabbi
Sternstein wrote Tavoulareas, "is
that the foreign policy of this coun-
try should no longer be based on
safeguarding our global, economic,
strategic and political interests
and on principles of international
law and justice. You counsel, in-
stead, a policy of appeasement and
Continued on Page 8-A
, : :
Kosygin Feels Cold
Toward Returnees
VIENNA (JTA) Soviet Premier Alexei N. Kosygin indi-
cated on July 5 that he has little sympathy for Russian Jews who
emigrated to Israel and now want to return to the USSR. A peti-
tion for permission to return on behalf of 60 suoh Jews living
in a Vienna slum was conveyed to the Soviet leader by Austrian
Chancellor Bruno Kreisky during their four days of talks here.
Kosygin said at a news conference that the Jewish emigrants
have only themselves to blame if things go wrong and Soviet
authorities refuse to permit them to return because they have
become Israeli citizens.
"I am familiar with this case," he told reporters. "But
Continued on Pace 8-A
RAUH'S LANGUAGE AT ISSUE
'Jewish Move Right'
Hit as Intemperate
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
American Jewish Committee has
taken strong issue with a recent
charge by Joseph Rauh Jr., a
prominent civil libertarian, that
American Jews are swinging to
the right and that Jews and Jewish
organizations "are largely on the
wTong side of the great civil rights
issues of the day."
That contention and others by
Rauh that Jews are retreating from
their traditional liberal stance,
were challenged by Hyman Book-
binder, the AJCommittee's Wash-
ington representative who is him-
self a long-time civil rights advo-
cate.
"Even the most cursory re-
view of the civil rights scene
would reassure any objective ob-
server that the Jewish commu-
nity is, proportionately, signifi-
cantly better represented than
others in legislative, financial,
personal, legal and political sup-
Continued on Page 12-A
Spain Torn Two Ways
On Mideast Friendships
Jewish Chronicle Feature Syndicate
There are two constants to Spain's foreign policy, and they will
not change under the administration of the new Prime Minister, Dr.
Carrero Blanco. One is Spain's insistent claim to sovereignty over
Gibraltar, the other her traditional friendship for the Arab states "whose
legitimate cause we support."
JOSEPH RAUH JR.
'Dear Joe'
Whereby hangs the paradox for.
while Spain needs Arab votes in
the UN to pressure Britain to cede
Gibraltar, she is supporting her
own claim to territories she holds
in the Sahara with much the same
kind of argumentation as Britain
uses to justify her retention of
Gibraltar. Thus, Spain, the major
pro-Arab state of Western Europe,
is herself regarded in North Africa
as a colonial power.
She has to pay tribute for hold-
ing this position, one of them
unyielding support for anti-Is-
rael resolutions at the United Na-
tions. This earns her scant re-
ward from the Arab world. Mo-
rocco has extended her territor-
ial waters to a 70-mile limit, thus
depriving Spain's Mediterranean
fishermen of their livelihood.
Morroco. Algeria and Mauretania
lay claim to the Spanish Sahara
with its enormous natural resources
and support the anti-Spanish "lib-
eration" movement there with
more than money.
Even the much-vaunted trade
with the Arab world is maintained
at a disadvantage for Spain. In
1972. only 28 per cent of imports
from the Arab world were covered
by Spain's exports to them. Egypt
is one of her largest debtors and
the slowest to pay its bills.
Despite these negative factors,
there is a generally good relation-
ship with the Arab world, some of
it undoubtedly a reflection of a
shared historic and cultural back-
Continued on Page 2-A
BACK TO 1947
Bourguiba's
Peace Move
Has Failed
MtIR A 'LIAR' ... 6-4
NEW PLAN OLD ... 11-A
i


Violence Up Against Diplomats Here
By NICK THJMMESCH
Los Angeles Times Syndicate
WASHINGTON The murder
of an Israeli Embassy military at-
tache was the first killing of a
diplomat in the capital within re-
cent memory. It alarmed the dip-
lomatic community and created
apprehension that terrorism might
afflict this city as it has in Europe
and the Middle East.
The killing of Col. Josef Alon
outside his suburban home was
horrifying mostly because it was
so rare The diplomatic com-
munity here, which is as big as a
middle-size American city, has
had far more trouble with prosaic
crime than with international ter-
rorism.
As this is written, the FBI.
Israeli officials and police
aren't even sure this murder
was committed by a terrorist,
but there's strong suspicion it
was Naturally, the voice of Pal-
estine Radio proclaimed from
Cairo that Col. Alon's death was
an execution. The Palestine lib-
eration organization, which us-
ually relishes claiming such as-
sassinations, demurred on this
Continued on Page 9-A
PARIS (JTA) President
Habib Bourguiba of Tunisia ad-
mits that his recent peace-making
efforts for the Middle East have
failed. Bourguiba. who was in
France on a private visit, said in
an interview in Le Monde that he
had not so much "proposed a meet-
ing with th'1 Israelis as a solution
to the conflict" as he had called
on Israel to evacuate the occupied
territories and accept the 1947 par-
tition boundaries as a "basis for a
dialogue."
Asked by Le Monde whether
he thought his proposed peace
plan "unrealistic," he said that
once Israel admitted the prin-
ciple of the 1947 partitioning,
"We could then modify the bor-
ders through negotiations."
He said the 1947 borders had
"a certain legality" whereas the
current borders were "acquired by
Continued on Page 3-A
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* Pnist IfrrMfar
rriday July 13^|
A 'FIRST' FOR NEW YORK CITY
Jewish Mayor for Gotham?
Bj B THAU BOTHSTEIN
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peel
his airib:'.in
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lie Port) pi.mar. and
ig stron.'ly in middle-
Irish and
'(I (be runner-iw. Liberal H<
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t. iii a i the
mber eleel
H's rhance nf being elected against th
Conservative and Republican candidates in
tli- stauucblj Democratic iit\ are excel-
lent \nt\ \ w l'orh ii! th*n have its fii-t
Ji-wish m.ivor. ; man closet? ifi.ntified with
man; Israeli and Jewish caiutes, and for
a patron and supporter of the Kr-
l ioi / o i<- ( America Tm-ah education
fluid and Ji-.w-h I)a> School inoiemi.it.
ir 1965. B am ran against John Lint
for 1 of
Bui in I
sing numb
led v.it i I.it:
den ol elfare payments.
diminish-
ing city raJ air of ma
I ay's inepti-
tude.
Beanie's claim to expertise i> n
city finances Pri n 1952 until 1961. he u
r, and in 19 I
controller H pxo d thi l.indsa
.,,....,,.. ...
His naiir-
became wnoayni .i- >'.:t.'i fiscal res]
and spending restraint.
Tolerant, honetl and solid, Abe Beame is
very much the k'nd ol weary Xt
Yorkers espei allj those of the middle-class
thej need to reduce the welfare rolls, pre-
I crime.
Whether Him Herc'l'ean goals a-- with-
in the grasp of any man i> a question often
debated private'}' and i.i th^ press. The New
York Times lewll? headlined an aecoawt
of the mayoral race: "Ranninsj for the unum
nerable."
Sti'l he;1 eternal in this
he c-and
.: .: eeial-inl an oul
_ and v
ng The k of :nt ri
interest and reforming zeal th I ch rs riie poll
tics .n New York ha- nevei seemed more com
pelting or more circus-like
Spain Torn Two Ways on Mideast
Continued from Page 1-A
-round Seven bundled year- of
eupation by the Moo.- lias leti
Hsp deeper than i- reflected
'. t i meaqnes which still remain.
Kut while support for the
Arab side in the Middle East
cwnflW-t and nnn-reeognition of
Israel <-e<-ui likely to remain eon
slam factors in official policy,
this does not tell all the stoi>.
The rC' lit presentation to Is-
rael's Dafense Minister, lioshc
Dayan. of a gold and diamond me-
dalli in on behalf of the well-known
f( otball club. Heal Madrid, says
something of the feeling at a more
popular level.
And there wis a note-worthy in-
terview with Mis (lolda Meir in
the influential monarchist daily.
ABC. which scarcely concealed the
..... i .:.mi.ration for both Israel
and it- Prime Minister,

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+.Je-wisti Hr,rSd0nin
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(xford Dictionary
'ias on Definition
\l)0.\ (JTA) The four-
Id legi i>> ;i Mam
to have the Oxford
i jlish nil lionary dn ;> whal he
i idi n I Hi ogal iry definition :
pi the word > ha: be n losl
I d, editor o
tionarj ai I the 1975
,; won d
ite explain [in of
Romanian bori Marcos Shloinv
/ had objected to deflnitious
lef Jews si.
  • overreach in the way attributed
    I- Jewish traders or usurers"
    la i "a grasping or extortionate
    ]usurer, or a trader who drives
    ai^iiin- ,:.!'i deals craftily."
    1 h i 1 Ju : ir Reg!
    I Gi that the 66 j
    Mil.' mer haul had net
    r > d he suffered personally
    :< m the definitions. Shloimovitz
    Bid he would nol appeal the ruling
    >ut would leave the matter to pub-
    lic opinion.
    Clarendon Press, publisher of
    he dictionary, promised not to
    joilect the $3,000 in costs the court
    ,\aided against Shloimovitz.
    toviet Court
    owers Sentence
    LONDON (JTA) A So-
    ot Supreme Court has reduced
    ip sentence of Isaac Shkolnik
    ora 10 to seven years. Jewish
    Hirces in the Soviet Union re-
    orted on July 4.
    The sources said that Shkolnik's
    ^ppcal. which had been scheduled
    it a hearing June 18 and then
    ostponed indefinitely, was heard
    i closed session on July 3. The
    7-year-old Jewish mechanic from
    innitsa. Ukraine, was sentenced
    Apr. 11 after a closed trial found
    \m cuilty of Spying for Israel and
    T.i-Soviet propaganda.
    No proof was presented at the
    Irial that he was ever in posses-
    lion of secret information he al-
    Pfiediy passed to Israel.
    \ spokesman for the National
    inference for Soviet Jewry said
    New York on July 3 that the
    | on of Shkolnik's sentence
    is "a positive move" partially in
    ponse to Soviet Communist
    Secretarj Brezhnev's recenl
    [mmit meeting with President
    xon.)
    wish source- in the S
    | reported i fuly i thai Yuri
    ov, a pr svii ntist, ha
    an ixit i: .. and v ill
    t for Isr i sho tlj The
    I said thai three t>t
    |li r.cti\ ts \ The
    i also reported that tele-
    '. ie .i 10 '' /Jewish
    ifter h n ut off
    sev ; al days. The | hones of
    nain disconn
    sources sa d
    V
    k
    ?ourguiba Admits
    Ian Has Failed
    ronHmiori from Page 1-A
    be" Th" Tunisian President
    |i I tttlement would have to
    r (!-' ''dhe creation of a Pales-
    lb" ?.ito next to Israel." He
    \i'' Israel would never be secure
    long as :t ner'.inied Arab terri-
    ' v n'ha said the fact that
    Sne of the Arab countries nor
    i *; ian organisation* reacted
    plii to hi- proposals consti-
    d pat programs, particularly
    Hi ease of the Palestinians
    t m I am askin-r to give up part
    i' :- fond."
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    Number 28
    12 TAMUZ 5733
    II
    Key 73" Tactics A Challenge
    The belief last year among some Jewish leaders thai
    :.'.e Christian evangelistic campaign known as Key 73"
    would stimulate a reaction favorable to Jewish interests
    may be proving accurate. At least, according to the Na-
    tional Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council
    has had little effect among Jews.
    In a series of articles in the Miami Herald there is
    ample proof of what is called "The Rising Jewish Con-
    sciousness." The NCRAC statement points out that the
    tactics used at the beginning of "Key '73" may have chal-
    lenged Jews to a reaffirmation of faith and given impetus
    to strengthening their Jewishness and Judaism. And just
    as did the Herald articles, the evidence for this was strong-
    est among our youth.
    Money is not the only answer lo Jewish survival, but
    it is significant that more and more Federation funds
    locally as well as nationally have been allocated to
    Jewish education and to work among our youth on the
    college campuses. This concentration of effort to bring
    about a greater understanding of their heritage is begin-
    ning to pay the dividends hoped for when such priorities
    were established.
    Fanatics Have Common Ties
    The common ties among fanatics of the right and
    left is well-illustrated by recent events. A young Israeli
    Communist, convicted of consorting with the enemy,
    threatened in a Haifa court that the entire Israeli regime
    will some day have to face trial just as the Nazis did at
    Nuremberg. Only a week earlier, the Lubavi'cher Rebbe
    charged the same regime with treasonous action for as-
    sisting Arabs in East Jerusalem, singling out two Cabinet
    Ministers who are members of the National Religious Party.
    In the meantime, the head of the American branch of
    the Neturei Karta movement has confirmed that he had
    sent a letter to the Iragi ambassador to the United Nations
    last fall praising that barbaric nation "in the name of
    Anti-Zionist Jews." While back in Israel, Meir Kahane has
    been indicted for conspiracy to kidnap and murder Soviet
    offficials during the recent visit of Leonid Brezhnev, and
    faces other charges for anti-govemment actions.
    Supporters of these movements in the United States,
    while not great, have much to answer for in their continu-
    ing efforts to undermine the first Jewish state in 2,000 years.
    Their actions go beyond dissent into the area of subver-
    sion and it is noteworthy that there is little difference to
    be seen between the extreme right and the extreme left
    in Jewish life.
    Film Causing Concern
    Considerable concern is being shown by some Jewish
    and Christian spokesmen over the film version of "Jecus
    Christ Superstar." It can lead, in their opinion, to the re-
    vival of anti-Semitic attitudes among Christians because
    it depicts the Jews as responsible for the death of Jesus,
    an idea which has been repudiated in recent years bv
    official Roman Catholic statements and similar stands
    by the World Council of Churches.
    One of the sad facts of the situation, as it was with
    the television series, "Bridget Loves Bernie," is that the
    people behind the production are Jewish, as a sookesman
    for Universal Pictures was guick to point out. This seem*
    to point up a moral of some sort, and those who are guite
    properly concerned with "entertainment" of this type might
    begin thinking about how to approach this problem before
    it comes to a head. We are not speaking of prior censor-
    ship but consultation and education which would not in-
    hibit creativity but, instead, would add the dimension of
    fact and truth where, sadly, in the two case* in point, they
    are lacking.
    James Dean's testimony about
    George Smathers raises some in-
    teresting questions.
    In July. 1967, I watched Bobby
    Kennedy as he introduced a bill
    on the floor of the Senate "to
    create a mechanism by which
    private enterprise ran and will
    build and rehabilitate large num-
    bers of low-cost housing units in
    urbi
    Although Smathers accura
    nthood" of the
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    ..nce for an admirable
    ht tic on", t
    of the Newark
    were to burst upon the

    national scene, leaving 26 dead
    and 1.200 injured.
    ft ft ft
    Coining a Long Way
    Implementation of propo>alj
    like the Kennedy-Smathers bill
    would have gone a long n
    cool the rages that put Newark
    to the torch and Detroit nd
    Chicago and Watts before |
    the granddaddy of them all.
    point here is tha- v
    er.-\ himself, cam .. injj
    from hi-- election to the Senai
    1950 From a benighted &
    politician in the worst -.
    the word, he emerged as a
    lightened, creditable legia
    the best sense of the word.
    And so the Dean testi
    to the unfurling of
    transcribed conversation betv j
    Smathers and former
    House -pecial counsel C:
    Col hi aboul Calvin Kot
    Miami Beach contractor, is
    tall] sad because it run-
    trary to the development cf
    Smathers as a sophisticated l<. <
    lator. ?
    Even worse, the transcrip- -.
    contains some tragic ironies
    for example, when Smathers t< d
    Colson that Kovens. who
    'borrowed money from the Tear.i-
    sters Union." was in fact
    of the victims of Bobby Kennedy.
    ft ft ft
    Machiavellian Cliche
    What Smathers had in mitd
    was Kennedy's unrelenting cartt
    paign to get Jimmy Hoffa behind
    bars. But Smathers' use of the
    word, "victim." was a ne;:
    judgment of Kennedy, and in
    retrospect it doesn't square wtil'A
    with his political alliance with ,w
    Kennedy in the final days ofej
    both their careers on Capitol Hill,
    Does this say Smathers di
    have real conviction about the
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    Washington events in recent
    weeks have diverted our atten-
    tion from local politics and this
    week's recess has given me an
    opportunity to look homeward a
    bit.
    In some ways I am pleased with
    the Supreme Court's decision on
    obscenity and pornography and
    the Watergate revelations, dis-
    turbing as are their implications.
    They have had the effect of pro-
    viding the agenda for political ac-
    tion at a time when no major
    ch etion is in the offing and those
    of us interested in politics find
    it difficult to create interest on
    issues rather than candidates.
    I AM NOT writing now of a
    national agenda. Pornography
    and the obscenities of Watergate
    go directly to the Big Constitu-
    tional Issues, primarily the First
    and Fourth Amendments to the
    U.S. Constitution. But the Su-
    preme Court's most recent ruling
    Kual smut in effect, are in-
    vitations to each state, county
    and municipality to set up its
    list of community standards
    and the local blue-noses alreadv
    have begun their sniffing into
    printed and filmed matter. Their
    sensitive proboscises tell them it's
    all dirty, dirty, dirty. They seem
    to have accepted the invitation
    with special happiness.
    Similarly, among other major
    concerns of a democratic society
    which have been revealed through
    the Watergate hearings and are
    of specific present interest in
    Florida and Dade County, is the
    business of wire-tapping, bug-
    ging and surveillance conducted
    by official agencies of govern-
    ment. We have om own Consti-
    tutional crisis in the confronta-
    tion between Gov. Askew and the
    local judiciary in reality, of
    course, the local police which
    merits our attention and interest.
    JUSTICE William Brennan, in
    his dissent to the majority's rul-
    ing on obscenity, put it into fo-
    cus for me:
    "For if a state may, in an effort
    to maintain or create a particular
    moral zone, prescribe what its
    citizens cannot read or cannot
    see, then it would seem to follow-
    that in pursuit of the same objec-
    tive a state could decree that its
    citizens must read certain books
    or view certain films."
    There is no need here to recite
    the record of censorship in this
    country before the Supreme Court
    virtually decided to keep a hands
    off position during the pa-t dec-
    ade and the fear, expressed by
    the American Library Associa-
    tion among others, that greater
    things are at stake than protect
    ing smut. I recall that during the
    1970 session of the Florida Legis-
    lature, the Republican leader
    Don Reed complained about a
    public .school primer reader which
    "shows a caveman and what ap-
    pears to be his wife. But she
    take> off with another caveman
    and he goes out and grabs an-
    other gal. They're not married,
    they're just sort of living to-
    gether in the cave." These are
    the mental gyrations we can ex-
    pect, make no mistake.
    THAT'S ALSO THE kind of
    mentality which brings the re-
    cent Herald headline: "Dade
    Maps All-Out War on Obscenity"
    and while crimes of violence
    mount, the state ?'.torney's office
    plans to mobilize the police, the
    Bar Association and lord knows
    how many vigilantes to go after
    the First Amendment.
    *
    Tom Clark was never listed
    among the liberals when he
    served on the Supreme Court yel
    in a vital decision he was the au-
    thor of this historic statement:
    "Because the right of privacy is
    enforceable in the same manner
    and to like effect as other basic
    rights secured by the Due Proc-
    ess clause, we can no longer per-
    mit it to be revocable at the
    whim of any police officer n 0,
    in the name of law enforceme it
    itself, chooses to suspend it- i(
    joyment."
    ONE OF COURSE would ex-
    pect from Justice Brandeis a dis-
    sent that: "The makers of I t
    Constitution conferred, as against
    the government, the right to
    let alone the most compreru n-
    sive of rights and the right mo4
    valued by civilized men." Or fr< n
    Justice Holmes: "For my i
    think it a less evil that
    criminals should escape tha
    the government should pia
    ignoble part ... if the exi
    code does not permit distr;>
    torneys to have a hand in such -
    dirty business (wire-tapping
    does not permit the judge to
    low such iniquities to succer
    The fact that the -I if
    I obviously approve of were i H
    the losing side of 5-4 decisions,
    as was the obscenity ruling, mak<
    it even more incumbent on those,
    of us who believe that eternal vig-
    ilance is the price we have to
    pay for liberty to place these
    two items high on our agenda for
    action. The kind of police statt
    we have seen programme* ,
    tb rough Watergate must not be- ^
    come a reality in Florida.
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    killiam Berkowitz, president of
    he New York Board of Rabbis,
    aid tbat.h^tytpetfed.^ajjurnber"
    -f members would leave the NYBR
    [without further ado" in response
    [o adoption of its resolution Friday
    barring membership to rabbis who |
    fither officiate at mixed marriages I
    j refer to colleagues couples seek-
    ng a rabbi for that purpose.
    Rabbi Joseph Glaser, executive
    Jrice president of the Central Con-
    ference of American Rabbis, the
    leform rabbinate, who said at the
    necting he planned to challenge
    he legality of the vote for the
    esolution in civil court, told the |
    wish Telegraphic Agency that
    had been told that letters of
    signation by CCAR members
    lere "pouring" into the NYBR
    ifice.
    Rabbi Glaser said many of |
    Jhose resigning were Reform
    tr.bbis who were not in violation
    f the membership ban but. who
    jvere "disgusted" by it. Rabbi
    Baser called the resolution short
    Jghted" and predicted it would
    iad to the "dissolution" of the
    [YBR, which represents Ortho-
    >x. Conservative and Reform
    kembers.
    ._*;ibl>i Berkowitz stressed that the
    iWlil! had no \ilum at present to
    Miami Beach Council, BBW
    fthedules Night Meeting
    , The Miami Beach Council of
    B'nai B'rith Women has scheduled
    special meeting at 7:30 p.m.
    Tuesday. July 17 at 100 Lincoln
    Rd., in order to give the working
    .number an opportunity to attend,
    B'nai B'rith members residing
    in Miami Beach are welcome to
    Join the group and learn how the
    Council functions. Mrs. Milton
    inds. president, with preside.
    set up machinery to expel mem-
    bers who refuse to end such of-
    ficiating or such referrals. He said
    it was expected thaf,i^ kind of
    honor system" would prevail which
    would make such machinery un-
    necessary.
    Rabbi Berkowitz confirmed re-
    ports that the failure of the 84th
    annual CCAR convention last
    month to vote a ban on such of-
    ficiating by its members led to the
    NYBR meeting Friday and ap-
    proval of the membership ban,
    which he said was "unprece-
    dented" for such an organization
    of rabbis.
    The CCAR delegates approved a :
    resolution strongly opposing such j
    officiating by members but also!
    approved an amendment upholding
    the CCAR's standing position that
    each member had the right to act
    in such matters in accordance with
    his inJe,rpxetation of Jewish tradi-
    tion.
    Rabbi Berkowitz said he had
    discussed briefly at the meeting
    with Rabbi Glaser the lathi's
    statement he would challenge
    the ruling in civil court. Rabbi
    Glaser told the JTA that he was
    "extremely reluctant" to bring
    the issue into civil court and
    would prefer to have it handled
    by a Beth Din (rabbinical court)
    if one could be arranged which
    would be "objective."
    Rabbi Glaser said he had dis-
    cussed his plans with CCAR of-
    ficers before placing the matter
    before his attorney on how to
    handle such a suit. But he said he '
    would act as a private member of'
    the NYBR, and not as an official :
    of the CCAR. He said he would ;
    probably seek a class action suit I
    for an injunction against the reso-1
    lution on grounds that the vote !
    was allegedly conducted improp-
    erly.
    The mixed marriage issue was
    raised today by the Rabbinical Alli-
    ance of America, an Orthodox
    group opposed to Orthodox par-
    ticipation in any organization that
    includes representatives of Reform
    and Conservative Jewry.
    The Alliance issued a statement
    assailing the Rabbinical Council of
    America, another group of Ortho-
    dox rabbis, for adopting a resolu-
    tion at its convention last week
    which called on members to dis
    sociate themselves from rabbinic
    bodies that perform mixed mar
    riages.
    The Rabbinical Alliance
    charged that the resolution was
    based on "the unavoidable and
    dangerous implication" that if
    the "non-Orthodox clergy"' do
    not perform mixed marriages,
    "all their other actions that are
    clearly contrary to the Torah
    can be overlooked."
    The Rabbinical Alliance claimed
    that even opposition to mixed mar
    riages which are "the sole targe'."
    of the Rabbinical Council's resolu-
    tion would accomplish nothing u
    long as the Council continues its
    association with the NYBR. the
    Synagogue Council of America
    "and other similar mixed religious
    groups."
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    RESOURCES IN EXCESS OF $28,000,000.00
    PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
    OF COMMERCE
    Northwest 79th Stree* at 33rd Afnue
    RESOURCES IN EXCCSS OF $16,000,000.00
    PEOPLES LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK
    OF NORTH MIAMI
    Northwest 7th Avenue at 135th Street
    RESOURCES IN EXCESS OF $10,000,000.00
    PEOPLES HIALEAH NATIONAL BANK
    1550 West 84th Street, Hialeah
    RESOURCES IN EXCESS OF $12,000,000.00
    PEOPLES DOWNTOWN
    NATIONAL BANK
    Complete International Department
    117 N. E. First Avenue, Miami
    RESOURCES IN EXCESS OF $29,000,000.00
    DIRECTORS OR MEMBERS OF ADVISORY COUNCIL PEOPLES NATIONAL GROUP OF DADE COUNTY
    ROY M. ABAGNALE
    Certified Public Accountant
    LOUIS BARTLETT
    Vice President and Associate
    Trust Officer. Peoples First
    National Bank of Miami Shores
    AGNES BARBER-BLAKE
    President. Peoples First
    National Bank of Miami Short
    H. EARL BARBER
    Attorney
    WILLIAM E. BECKHAM, JR.
    President. HeadBeckham
    Insurance Agency. Inc.
    EDNA M. BELL
    President.
    Peoples First National Bank
    of North Miami Beach
    B. BOYD BENJAMIN
    Executive Vice President.
    Freeman and Sons
    WILMA BERENT
    Senior Vice President,
    Peoples Downtown National
    Bank
    CLARENCE B. BEUTk
    Executive Vice President,
    Peoples Downtown National
    Bank, Miami
    SAMUEL M. BLOOM
    President, Sam Bloom
    Plumbers, Inc.
    DAVID BLUMBERG
    Builder
    VERNON D. BOND, JR.
    President,
    Bond Transfer Company
    C. C. BRATTHAUER
    Contractor
    JACK BROCK
    President.
    Brock Electric, Inc.
    EDWARD F. BUTLER
    Senior Partner. Butler. Swope,
    & Manning, Attorneys
    WILLIAM BYRD
    Vice President and Trust
    Officer Peoples First National
    Bank of Miami Shores
    KERMYT W. CALLAHAN, JR.
    President. Withers Van Line*
    of Miami, Inc.
    STEPHEN P. CLARK
    Vice President.
    Clark Construction Co., Inc.
    DR. WILLIAM J. CLIFFORD
    Physician
    G. D. CONGER, M.D.
    President. Conger Life
    Insurance Company
    R. BELVIN COOPER
    Vice President, Conger
    Life Insurance Company
    HORACE F. CORDES
    Retired
    JOHN DeROSA
    Senior Vice President.
    Peoples Liberty National
    Bank of North Miami
    JAMES W. ELDER, JR.
    Former Owner Elder Electrio
    LEONARD FORTNASH
    Vice President.
    Peoples First National Bank
    of North Miami Beach
    JOHN FRINK
    President and Cashier.
    Peoples Hialeah National Bank
    JULIAN B. FRIX
    President. TurnerFnx
    Insurance. Inc. _
    ROBERT E. GALLAGHER, JR.
    Executive Vice President.
    The Mortgage Gtt'poration
    of America ..
    RUSSELL C. GAY
    Attorney
    ANTHONY J. COCKING
    Textiles
    W. DOUGLAS HALL
    Former President,
    Sal-Fayne Corp.
    MRS. LENORE A. HANFORD
    Real Estate
    SARAH HAYES
    Vice President,
    Peoples First National Bank
    of North Miami Beach
    EDWIN HILL, JR.
    Chairman of the Board,
    Shells City. Inc..
    and Hill Bros.. Inc.
    CARL T. HOFFMAN
    Attorney
    JACK KNAP
    President, J K. Enterprises, Inc.
    MISS LENA A. LECHICH
    Bay Point
    MISS MARY J. LECHICH
    Bay Point
    THOMAS E. LEE
    Miami, Florida
    M. E. LINDGREN
    Retired
    RAY 0. LOVELL
    Builder and Developer
    President. Lovell Homes
    J. H. LUMMUS, JR.
    Real Estate Appraiser
    EUGENE MAGEE
    Vice President and
    Assistant Trust Officer
    Peoples First National Bank
    of Miami Shores
    MRS. WILLA McARTHUR
    Bay Point
    JOHN H. MERCER
    Chairman, Mer Hat Corporation
    KENNETH MICHAEL
    R V Martin Hardware Co.
    H. DALE MILLER, JR.
    President.
    Hollywood Ford. Inc.
    EDWARD M. MOORE
    General Manager.
    Van Orsdel Mortuaries
    OREN E. MORTON
    Insurance and Real Estate
    GEORGE J. NAEGELE
    Chairman of the Board,
    Smith. Richardson
    and Conroy, Inc.
    BOWEN NELSON
    Retired
    MRS. LYDIA MAE PARKER
    Bay Point
    FRANK PETERSON, JR.
    President. Atlas Chemical Co.
    0 E. PETERSON
    Vice President.
    Peoples Hialeah National Bank
    HARVEY F. PIERCE
    Chairman of the Board.
    Connell Associates. Inc ,
    Consulting Engineers
    RICHARD J. POTVIN
    Investments
    MRS. BERNICE POWELL
    Miami Shores
    JOHN W. PRUNTY
    Attorney
    ANTHONY I. REBELLO
    Senior Vice President Peoples
    Downtown National Bank. Miami
    ELLIOTT S. ROSOW
    Broadmoor Pharmacy, Inc.
    JOHN S. RYAN
    Manufacturer's Representative
    DR. M. A. SCHOFMAN
    Miami Shores Medical Clinic
    PARIS SHAY
    Investments
    WILLIAM P. SIMMONS
    Attorney
    GEORGE L. SOGG
    Retired.
    Cuyahcga Wrecking Co.
    ROLAND STAFFORD
    President. Peoples Downtown
    National Ba'.k. Miami
    DR. GIDEON J. STOCKS, JR.
    Dentist
    JOHN W. TRAEOLD
    Real Estate Investments
    DR. H. ROGER TURNER
    Dentist
    LEONARD USINA
    Chairman of
    Executive Committee
    MATT WALSH
    President. Peoples National
    Bank of Commerce. Miami
    DR. CONRAD WILLARD
    Pastor. Central Baptist Church
    FRANK WILLER
    President. Peoples American
    National Bank of Noith M
    I.
    Members: Federal Reserve System
    Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation


    Page 8-A
    *Jewlsii mridHian
    Friday. July 13. 1973
    Arab Oil Cartel Seeks Big Price Hike
    Continued rrom Paffl 1-A
    a.co by demanding "full compensa-
    tion" for the 10 per cent devalua-
    te) of the U.S. dollar. The compa-
    nies offered six per cent at first
    and in the end agreed to pay 12.5
    per cent. The Arabs were said to
    have wanted to make the new de-
    mands at last week's meeting, but
    more moderate non-Arab OPEC
    members were igainst it.
    OPEC members are: Abu Dh3bi.
    Algeria. Saudi Arabia. Libya. Iran.
    Iraq, Qatar. Nigeria. Indonesia.
    Venezuela, and Kuwait. OPEC is
    .!m> making plans to combat a
    U.S. initiated "consumer bloc" or
    "consumer's OPEC" which is ex-
    pected to be formed within the
    foreseeable future to uniformly
    tackle OPEC's demands.
    Moit of OPEC's oil goes to Japan
    and Western Europe. The indus-
    tries of those nations are entirely
    dependent on OPEC exports.
    As energy demands increase,
    however, V. consumers will
    find their fuel oil and gasoline
    rtems more and more from Mid-
    dle Eastern wells. A British re-
    port earlier this year said oil
    demand in the U.S. was doub
    ling every 16 years and that '
    country will be 50 per cent de-
    pendent on imports in 12 years j
    time. OPEC is also gearing up j
    far the future and looking at the |
    possibility of the often referred-
    to "world energy crisis." (
    Many economists in the U.S. and !
    Europe say that unless the West
    forms a consumer front, the crisis
    ZOA Assails Mobil
    Oil Advertisement ;
    In N.Y. Times
    Continued from Page 1-A
    superficial expediency. pre on sroecious reasoning and inimical
    to U.S. interests and the cause of |
    world peace.
    "All thoughtful Americans will
    reject such advice as shameful
    and dangerous," Rabbi Siernstein
    said.
    The ZOA leader cited the threat
    that Arab countries may use the
    United States' growing dependency
    on their oil resources for economic
    blackmail as regards U.S. Middle
    East policy.
    "Your formula" for prevent-
    ing Saudi Arabia from denying
    U.S. requests for petroleum sup-
    plies. Rabbi Sternstein told the
    Mobil Oil president, "is for us
    to submit to its blandishments,
    to "play ball' with Faisal, and
    demonstrate sympathy for the
    Arabs' alleged 'interests and as-
    pirations' which is onlv a eu-
    phemism for their avowed deter-
    mination to obliterate the state
    of Israel."
    Rabbi Sternstein said that to
    follow Mobil's advice "would only
    embolden those forces in the Arab
    world" who seek to undermine the
    existing Middle East cease:fire and
    renew hostilities.
    "In all candor," he said, "what
    are we to believe when you state
    that 'the United States must learn
    to live with the people'" of Saudi
    Arabia, "calling attention to '.he
    fac; that Mobil has substantial in-
    terest*' in their oil reserves?
    "Is this a ca=e of orivate
    before country?" Rabbi Sternstein
    i Iced.
    Ral bi Sternstein urged an ac-
    celeral I si rch for oil closer to
    ' ne and the rapid development
    oi Iti mat i'-> sources as '
    ( -.;. statesm inlike appi ach to the
    m" of U.S. dependence on
    foreigi '- ^r petroleum.
    This, he said, will "insure th" I
    i of our defensive earn I
    ties in the future from capricious
    and unreliable sources abroad."
    will arrive within the next decade. \
    By 1985. the experts say, oil de- j
    m'ands will have doubled but |
    the supplies won't have. There
    will be a competitive scramble by
    the b:l'.ion-dollar oii concerns, try-
    ing to buv up the la* drops of i
    Arab oil unless the consumers I
    agree to limit their imports and
    keep prices stable.
    At the moment, OPEC is not too
    worried about a consumer's front.
    If one is formed, the billionaire
    oil sheikhs say, they will simply
    turn off the oil taps on the West-1
    em world's industries and homes. '
    Kosygin Feels Cold
    Toward Returnees
    Continued from Page 1-A
    we are not to blame that they are in Vienna. We have not
    ordered anybody out of the Soviet Union. They put them-
    selves in this position, partly due to false propaganda from
    Israel," he said.
    Kosygin claimed that "many former Soviet citizens want to
    leave Israel and return to the Soviet Union." Commenting on
    the squalid conditions in which the would-be returnees are living
    here, he said that "some Russian Jews who emigrated live in
    similar bad conditions in Israel."
    The Jews who petitioned Kosygin have also petitioned
    United Nations Secretary General Kurt Waldheim and a few
    months ago sent a plea to Soviet Communist Party Secretary
    Leonid I. Brezhnev. About 40 Jews who left Israel reportedly
    have been allowed to return to the Soviet Union so far this year.
    Vienna is the principal way station for Jews leaving the
    Soviet Union for Israel. The Jewish Agency maintains a transit
    center at the heavily guarded Schoenau Castle. 20 miles south of
    Vienna, where the emigrants are temporarily quartered and
    processed before being put aboard planes for Israel. There are
    no figures on the total number of Jews who have gone back to
    Vienna from Israel and are seeking re-entry to Russia.
    The Israel government says the number is minute and
    says they are being used for propaganda purposes by the
    Soviet Union. Israeli sources described them as the "dregs"
    of the emigrants.
    In Vienna they comprise a community with no legal status
    and are permitted to do only menial work. Some had been in
    Israel as long as four years and others for only a few months
    before they began arriving here in 1971.
    Libva, the most militant of the
    oil-producing Arab states, has
    moved to nationalize the remain-
    ing major American oil interests
    in that country. Deputy Petroleum
    Minister Omar Muntasser said at
    a press conference in Tripoli Sat-
    urday that Libya would pay only
    the 'net book value" for the Amer-
    ican installations.
    The three U.S. groups involved
    are the Oasis consortium com-
    prised of five companies; Occi-
    dental Petroleum; and American
    Overseas Petroleum, composed
    of Texaco and Standard Oil of
    California. The three firms pro-
    duce 1.3 million barrels of oil
    a day out of Libya's total daily
    production of 2.3 million barrels.
    According to Muntasser. Libya
    proposes to pay them only the orig-
    inal cost of their installations less
    depreciation for tax purposes. They
    will not be compensated for the
    value of their annual production or
    for the cost of duplicating their
    installations. American oil invest-
    ments in Libya are estimated at
    slightly over $1 billion but their
    current value is calculated at four
    times that amount.
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    fridcry. July 13, 1973
    f.knislh fhrMkU)
    Turns
    Page 9-A
    Violence Against Diplomats
    \
    Georga Valentine (right) fund-raising chairman of the local
    Maccabiah Games Committee, acknowledges receipt of
    $1,500 check from First Federal Savings of Miami to help
    send the U.S. Maccabiah team to Israel for the Maccabiah
    games. From left are Col. Phil Cohen, national consultant,
    9th World Maccabiah Games; Robert V. Walker, president
    member of the 1973 U.S. Maccabiah table tennis team, and
    Mr. Valentine. The presentation took place on Thursday,
    June 21.
    Maccabiah Games Recall
    Eleven Slain in Munich
    i
    Sjjne 1,800 athletes representing
    35 rations are participating in the
    197$-ninth Maccabiah.
    The Maccabiah is presenting a
    25-eVent Olympic-type program
    through July 19 in Tel Aviv, Na-
    tanya, Beersheba and Jerusalem.
    The .program was launched on
    July-.'9.
    E Albert Pallot, president and
    board chairman of Biscayne Fed-
    eral 'Savings and Loan Association,
    is general chairman of the Florida
    Committee, supports for Israel.
    Serving with Pallot as honor-
    ary! chairman is Gov. Reubin As-1
    kew, and Secretary of State Rich- j
    ard Stone is honorary co-chairman. :
    SjMrts fo_f- Israel Committee ;
    sponsors the Maccabiah games in
    which the world's leading Jewish !
    athletes meet in competition in Is-
    rael. The games, inaugurated in
    1932, were staged in 1935, in 1950,
    and every four years since then.
    Mark Spitz, who won seven gold
    medals in the international Olym-
    pics in Munich last fall, was the
    winner of six medals in the 1969
    competition in Israel.
    Bruce Fleischer, of Miami,
    former U.S. amateur golf cham-
    pion, who participated in the tour
    of the golf professionals i.i the
    U.S. and abroad, represented the
    U.S. golf team in the 1969-Macca-
    biah. and was the gold medal win
    ner in that event.
    This year's Maccabiah games are
    being dedicated to the -memory ol
    the 11 members of the Isra-.l;
    Olympic team who were murdered
    in Munich.
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    one.
    Arabs and Israelis have hgejl
    executing each other for a gen-
    eration.
    Some of the worst savagery or
    curred at last summer's Olympic
    Games when 11 Israeli athletes
    were killed by Arab terrorists.
    The Israeli press is sensitive to
    the quality of protection given
    Israelis abroad, and there was
    minor sniping at the United
    States on this count. But officials
    from the Israeli Embassy here say
    that the Executive Protection
    Service, which provides security
    for all diplomatic missions in
    Washington, can't be expected to
    extend its services to diplomats
    around their homes.
    The Executive Protection Serv-
    ice, created in 1970, is the uni- .
    formed branch of the Secret Serv-
    ice. It numbers 780 officers, men |
    and women, protects the White
    House and executive office build-
    ings in addition to all diplomatic
    missions here.
    Before its establishment only
    the metropolitan police protected
    the embassies, and that security
    wasn't so hot. There were so!
    many complaints from diplomats '
    about robberies, muggings and as-
    saults that Congress and Piesi-
    dent Nixon finally responded.
    An episode in 1969 involving
    Italian Ambassador Egidio Or-
    tona was probably the last
    straw. Ortona was taking an
    afternoon stroll through a pop-
    ular park here when two men
    confronted him and demanded
    money. Ortona screamed epi-
    thets at them in Italian, thus
    scaring the hoodlums off, and
    then complained in English to
    the State Department. Presi-
    dent Nixon phoned Ortona to
    apologize.
    The record showed more viol
    encc than the ambassador suf-
    fered. One of his butlers was
    seriously wounded in 1966 by an
    intruder at the embassy. Count '
    less embassy employees had been I
    robbed, mugged, assaulted and I
    raped in recent years. The 9 year- '
    old son ol the Luxembourg am- !
    bassador was robbed one bright
    sunny afternoon near the embas-
    sy. And the first word passed to
    new embassy officials in Washing-
    ton was. "Never take a waik at
    night in this town.''
    Anyway, when President Nixon
    signed the bill establishing the
    Executive Protection Service,
    March 19, 1970, he had Ambas-
    sador Ortona and Nicaraguar. Am-
    bassador Guillermo Sevilla Saca-
    sa. dean of the diplomatic corps,
    present to assure them he meant
    business. One year later, a sharp
    reduction in streer^crimes com-
    mitted against diplomatic folk
    was reported, and EPS got much
    of the credit.
    At that, there's still trouble
    of the ideological kind. The So-
    viet Embassy, bombed in 1968,
    reported another bombing in
    1970, this one at its informa-
    tion center. In July, 1970,
    bombs exploded in four Latin
    American embassies here. The
    Portuguese Embassy was also
    bombed in 1970. An intra-
    mural brawl among Arab pro-
    testers at the Jordanian Em-
    bassy had to be broken up by
    EPS officers.
    And there have been a number
    of arrests at or near the Soviet
    Embassy and at the British and
    South Vietnamese embassies by
    opponents of those countries.
    Officials at the Israeli Embas-
    sy, interestingly enough, report
    they have had no problem with
    protesters and only minimal trou-
    ble with telephone threats. "We
    haven't even been favored with a
    letter bomb," one official joked
    in a tone of voice which bordered
    on being grim.
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    ' knii^i /fk/r/J'MM?
    Friday July 13, 1973 nr .
    - ^Jlcrbcrt
    BI.A.N'S in spon< >r in San Fran
    cisco Ihe fourth low-income
    apartment project for the elderly
    under auspices of the National
    Council of Jewish Women have
    I en crippled li\ the Nixon Ad-
    ministration frec/e on subsidies
    for such housing. The three com-
    peted projectin Seattle, St.
    Louis and CJevi land have a to-
    tal of 300 a| i rtment units.
    Mrs. Sidney Lancer, president
    of the San Francisco NCJW sec
    tion, reported that the section
    had started action for such a
    project after making a survey
    \ hii indie I d "a desperate
    ".(ed" for such housing for eld-
    erly Jews i San Francisco.
    The regional office of the U.S.
    Department of I rban Develop-
    ment encouraged the effort
    which had reached the sta?9 of
    .hi informal review by the re-
    gional HUD o fice of a completed
    application, 'I h 'reeze was an-
    nounced at thai point.
    .Mrs. Leot i Colton, section
    housing chairman, reported that
    the housing moratorium had
    "stopped us comoletely" but lhat
    the project "had not been aban-
    doned." She add '1 that the sec
    tion had continued its option on
    a site for the project "in hopes
    hat Urn funds will be increased
    shortly."
    THE FIRST V'i\v sponsored
    housing project far the elderly
    is Council Ga-dens in Cleveland.
    built under sponsorship of the
    NCJW sectioi u re, which was
    opened in No' ember. 1963. Coun-
    cil Gardens h a garden-type fa-
    itj of one story apartments,
    construction of which involved
    an outlay of SI 45 million.
    Of thai sum. S1.3 million was
    the cost of land, buildings and
    eqi/ ment, and Si50.000 was a
    deposit in trust t > comply with
    terms of a loan of si.25 million
    at 3-3/8 percent ntcrest. under
    section 2'.!2 of the 1959 Federal
    Housing Act. It is repayable in
    50 years, according to Mrs. Mor-
    '.;>n I. Mandi section president.
    She added thai the final S200.000
    was raised privately from founda-
    tions and interfiled individuals
    in the community
    Council Gardens operating
    costs are covered mainly by rent-
    i income, but a 510.000 annual
    subsidy, from the Cleveland sec-
    tion hdps i the budget.
    : loes volui i sen ice by .sec-
    tion men i food en ice
    The total num-
    ber of tp nti is 92 58 ef-
    2\ one-
    om and two-bedroom
    unil '!' ly rental char
    '.\h i utilities,
    $110 for efl $148 for
    on its, and S170 for
    two-b Iroe
    In S r, 1972. Council
    Gar I I permission for
    renl sui tl ntal in for 18
    artments tl only 12 tenants
    are at in th( I "it supplement.
    percent Jewish,
    Mrs. Mandel said. The age range
    of the tenant i 62 to 90. None
    are o i wel an Dinners are
    I dining room
    ' week at $1.80
    for dinner. Emer-
    gency help is available on a 24-
    hour basis.
    K Was a Murderous Summer That Bled
    fcJOXE than 20 years ago. I read a book.
    " Blessed is the Match." which contained a
    biography of a Hungarian-born Jewess. Hannah
    Senesh, who emigrated to Palestine during World
    War II. She was a young, most sensitive woman
    and a poet. One of the last poems which she
    wrote in Yugoslavia, and gave to Reuven Dafni.
    supplied the title to the book:
    Blessed is the match consumed in kindling flame
    Blessed is "lie flame lhal boms in the secret faslness
    of the heart
    Blessed is if-e heart w:th strength to stop its
    beating for honor's sake
    Blessed is the matcli consumed in kindling flame.
    She was murdered by the Nazis in Budapest in
    November, 1944, five months after she wrote
    this poem.
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    The stry of Hannah Senesh's life has been
    retold by Anthony Masters in -The Summer
    Thai Bled" (St. Martin's Press, $7.95, 336 pp.)
    It is a magnificent hook. The author has re-
    created the life of Hannah Senesh and also that
    of her mother. He has excellent vignettes of the
    life of some of the Jews in Hungary prior to
    the war. The subtitle of the book is 'The most
    ambitious rescue attempt of World War II."
    Many have torgotten the vicious anti-Sem-
    itic Arrow Cross party thai facilitated the incur-
    sion of the Nazi army into Hungary and attempted
    to outdo the SS in outrages perpetrated on the
    Jews. The account of its activities and the vacil-
    lation of the numerous Hungarian governments.
    especially thai of Admiral Horthy, in connection
    with the treatment and deportation of Hungarian
    Jews, are narrated from a view that is entirely
    different from that of Klie Wiesel.
    The author has intertwined with the account
    of Hannah's ill-fated attempt to develop escape
    routes for British prisoners of war confined in
    Hungary and then to rescue Hungarian Jews, in-
    cluding her mother, with two other missions.
    First there is the excellently told account of
    the Joel Brand Missionthat of trying to ar-
    range a swap of 10.000 trucks for Hitler and his
    armies for the release of one million Jews from
    the concentration camns. The second account re-
    lated against the backdrop of Hannah's activiti -
    is that of Rezso Kastncr, a Jewish community
    leader, who survived (he war and became an im-
    portant official in Ben-Gurion's government. It
    was the lengthy trial for libel brought by Kastner
    in Israel against an Israeli journalist that brought
    Kastner to a disgraceful end and almost caused
    Ihe toppling of the Ben-Gurion government at
    thai time.
    JDavid K^)cnwctrtz
    Every Word of His a Crystalline Tear
    JY|RS. Arthur Hayes Sulzberger has been award
    ed an honorary degree by the Hebrew Col-
    lege. Her randfather Rabbi Isaac M. Wise, was
    the founder of the Hebrew Union College.
    Probably no American rabbi
    has been written about more
    than Isaac \l. Wise, as far as
    his rabbinical career is con-
    cerned. But Wise was also
    something else an editor of a
    Jewish weekly, and little has
    been written about that phase.
    Kditors of Jewish weeklies
    write about a lot of things, bu
    they seem to avoid writing about themselves.
    Maybe it's their modesty.
    But often they have interesting stories to
    tell, and this is especially the case of Rabbi Wise,
    who was a pioneer. It was back in 1854 that Wise
    founded his weekly.
    He met Daniel Vt-jbstei tvho introduced him
    to his colleague. Sen. Judah P. Benjamin, of
    Louisiana, a Jew. "You know," Webster said.
    "we are all co-religionists.'- Webster was a Uni-
    tarian, and be thought that similar to Judaism. A
    discussion ensued, and Wise concluded that Ben-
    jamin, while knowing something of Jewish re-
    ligious ritual, was woefully ignorant of any phil-
    osophical understanding of Judaism. To meet
    this challenge. Wise (bought, was one of the
    purposes of founding a paper.
    The first problem confronting him in launch-
    ing his paper was to find a printer. It was not
    easy, but finally a Dr. Schmidt, publisher of a
    paper called "The Republican," agreed (o print
    it.
    This settled, Rabbi Wise writes, "Having
    given orders that I did not wish to be disturbed.
    1 locked myself in my room from four o'clock in
    the afternoon until two in the morning and
    wrote a prospectus."
    A 14-hour stretch. It made Wise appreciate
    writers. People don't appreciate the labor of
    writers who have to deal with nouns, pronouns,
    No wonder. Wise thought. Heine wrote so
    bitterly every word is a crystalline tear.
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    Growing Legend of the Hermit of Aeliziv
    LIAIFA High up on Israel's northern sea-
    coast, about midvaj between Nahariya and
    Rosh Hanikra on the Lebanese border, lie the
    picturesque ruins of Achziv. The site is rich in
    historical associations ranging!
    from the Canaanites through)
    the days of Sennacherib, the'
    Romans and the Crusaders. To-J
    day it is known as the "inde-
    pendent state of Achzivland,"
    ruled over by its "premier."]
    Eli Avivi.
    Avivi, a former saidor. squat-
    ted in the ruins in 1952 and
    over the years has built up a popular resort and
    hostel fn quented by youth, hippies, wanderers
    and lovers of the exotic. In the face of official
    opposition he has established his legal rights to
    remain there, but the authorities are beginning
    to nibble away at his miniature empire. From
    month to month the bulldozers and the planners
    arc narrowing the area of Achzivland.


    "I don't want to be organized," he told me.
    They are planting grass and gardens: the} are
    putting in pathways and erecting fence- Thej
    will make it neat and modern and orderly, but
    it will no longer be Achziv. They will spoil its
    natural, wild look, its link with history.
    "If I had my way here, and the funds. I
    would transform this waterfront into the kind
    of ancient Phoenician pent it was in the days of
    old."
    I sought the view of lie authorities. "Achziv
    can not be the property of one individual." they
    insisted, "It is part of a national park area, and
    Avivi must conform to the plans."
    At one lime Eli Avivi had support in high
    places. There were people who admired the spirit
    Of the hermit of Achziv. as he was known. In the
    past 20 years or more he has become something
    of a legend in contemporary Israel, a symbol of
    the revolt against authority.
    Boring Experience
    HOLLYWOOD "Hitler
    The Last Ten Days." the Eng-
    lish-made picture produced by
    Wolfgang Reinhardl and John
    Heyman, banned by Ihe Delfont
    theater chain in Great Britain,
    has opened at the West Coast to
    the displeasure of the press. We
    had high hopes for such a film
    designed as a warning to future
    generations to never again listen
    to voices of cunningly unscrupu-
    lous demagogues. To us. Sir Alec
    Guinness was a perfect choice to
    portray the leader of Nazi Ger-
    manj.
    Yet the picture reduced Ihe
    hierarchy of the Reich to a mis
    erable frightened gang of nitwits
    who play along with Hitler for
    fear of b"ing wined nut them-
    selves. The paco is quite pedes-
    trian. Dining an interview in
    London late last year. Wolfgang
    Reinhardl told me that he want-
    II Hitler as a mediocre,
    quite dull personality. A film
    aboul such an unimaginative per-
    son should not b-> dull and me-
    diocre. Time; h Guinness displays
    great -kill and his unique stage
    technique, he remains more of a
    jovial Stan Laurel than the rant-
    ing and caving Hitler who tor
    years cast a magic spell over
    Germany and caused the death
    of 30 million people.
    Ennio de Concini. Italy's fore-
    most author of film comedies,
    wrote the screenplay together
    with Reinhardl Concini speaks
    very little English, and so do
    nUMN of the actors whose iroit
    had to be dubbed. Only lliree
    Briti h performers, Mark Kings
    ton as Martin Bormann, Jdhi
    Bennett as Goebbels, and Timo-
    thy West, as timid head of the
    war-time German Red Cross,
    render sharply edged characteri-
    zations.
    Credit for technical advice
    goes to Rittmeister Gerhard
    Boldt, himself at one time an en-
    thusiastic disciple of Hitler who
    ioined him for the last 10 days
    and the Twilight of the Gods in
    the Fuehrer Bunker underneath
    the Reichschancery.
    ft j
    LENl RIEFENSTAHL as in-
    volved in another segment from
    the short history of the Third
    Reich, the period of rich pagean-
    try, glamor and'hero worship.
    Early. Ucni had danced herself
    into lb- favor of Adolf Hitler to
    bi eon his offii ial direct! r of
    the Nazi Party Com ress I Ims.
    \ fain, she showed her d< otion
    to Hitler when visiting us via
    television on two cons utive
    Sunday mornings, Perhaps the
    CBS network, t ii product rs of
    the "Camera ill" series, and the
    two writer-product r directors
    John Mu-illi and Stephen Cha
    dorov, performed a public serv-
    ice when, through the medium of
    the camera. Introduced us to
    party congress rallies, photo-
    graphed on the snot in Nurem-
    berg.
    'in our home screen, the now
    71-year-old. mild-mannered, per-
    petually grinning I.eni Rieiens-
    ta'nl comments leisurely on the
    genesis of "Triumph of the Will,"
    by saying that she saw no reason
    to refuse the artistic assignment,
    "especially since the 'anti-Jew-
    ish' laws were not even put into
    force at that time (1934)."

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    NOTHING CAME OF 'INITIATIVE' FIRST TIME EITHER
    Commissioners Fi
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    *~^ Metro commissioner! have filled
    BI'OFFREY I). PAUL
    m\ \e feature Bj mil,
    ^^Hf in.Id excitement aroused
    Presi' Boiir^tiih.i's offer to
    jiato i rli.iL.'UH' hctwci'ii
    Arabs :r Nr;ilis. !h,' fact seems
    to have I. en overlooked that he
    ntfclfl aim >st exactly the sani"
    proposal ; I over ei.'.ht years
    ago in a I-Host the same terms.
    He sa
    week ie
    tinians >>.
    ner in '
    then, as he said last
    iencva, that the Pales-
    I to be a principal part
    talks with Israel and
    tie deel.-i.--il then as he declared
    'Weentlv <' an interview with m
    Italian hit.-paper, that Tunisia
    _woul#bc ready to help in estab-
    llirrg outacts.
    Nothin? came of this "initia-
    P at that time. On the Arab
    there was total rejection
    f his implied readiness to ac-
    cept the existence of the State
    of Israel and on the Israel side.
    deep suspicions of his motives
    in offering his own proposals.
    But Israel's then Foreign Min-
    ister, Mrs. Meir. just as Israel's
    present Foreign Minister. Abba
    Eban, expiessed readiness for a
    meeting with the Tunisian Pics
    ident lo explore his proposals
    V fart In'i
    Trthm, came of this. Bui
    guih.i. under the pressure of
    f> cri'ici .;i. was pushed into
    ^Jlaiiii' himself. Me did. and
    ith seme clarity. "1 thought it
    Would : r hi M.T tO Use the llH'tll
    ods we had used in Tunisia to
    find a .-hi.table platform which
    would attract world sympathy
    and international opinion and
    which would be an improvement
    as compared with the present
    situation the Arabs are in."
    He wen: on to explain that, in |
    " the fiiv instance, he envisaged
    a return to, presumably, the
    *T)nitcd Nations partition resolu-
    tion 01 NoM-mbcr, 1947, since he
    iipoke nt a -portion of Israeli
    ^Brritory which must be returned
    to the A:-ii's."
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    11th annual $500 Washington
    jral Savings and Loan Asso-
    lon Scholarship.
    . June graduate of Miami Beach
    ior Huh School, Gornitz will
    er the University of Florida as
    eshman this fall.
    tie presentation was made at
    Miami Beach Senior High
    Lol awards assembly by Milton
    Gaynor. senior vice president
    Washington Federal.
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    However, as he indicated in an
    interview with the German news
    magazine, "Quick." in May. 1905.
    even the partition resolution hud
    "wronged" the Pale^ine Arabs,
    although new efforts for its im-
    plementation would improve the
    Arabs' status quo. In ether words,
    the Aral) poiitioil both on the
    ground and as regards numbers
    would be strengthened by parti-
    tion.
    In other statements and conver-
    sations at the same time, he ad-
    vocated using in the struggle
    against Israel the same methods
    he had used again;! French co-
    lonialism, always wun the impli-
    cit suggestion that the Jewish
    character of the Israeli state
    might eventually be eroded.
    After the Six-Day War. in an
    address to the UN General As-
    sembly, he returned to the
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    same theme but on a somewhat
    different tack. Israel should
    withdraw from the occupied
    territories and her troops he
    replaced by a UN force. The
    UN mediator. Dr. Jarring,
    rhauld then negotiate the ap-
    plication of "all other provis-
    ions" of the Security Council
    resolution of November. 1967
    and, when this was done, the
    UN troops should be with-
    drawn.
    It was about this time too. thai
    President Bourguiba commended
    terrorist activities by the Pales-
    tinians.
    What he said in Geneva noes
    not suggest that there has been
    a dramatic change in his thinking.
    Israel was linked together with
    racialists, colonialists and the
    devil. The Arab- had a right not
    to be occupied and humil'a! i
    and the Pale tinians lo a home-
    land. The most he offered the
    Israelis was "the right not to be
    evt'Tminated and cast into the
    sea."
    The Palestinians remained, as
    ''"v were when he condemmed
    their terrorism, "patriots who are
    fighting to regain the rights of
    which they have been despoiled
    . fighting for a viable state
    in a homeland which will be their
    land and which will, of
    Course, have safe, recognized
    frontiers."
    Israel, not surprisingly, has re-
    acted with cool caution. The Tu-
    nisian ('resident might better
    have promoted himself as a me-
    diator had he also had the con-
    viction similarly to endorse Is
    ncl's right to "safe, recognized
    frontiers He might have been
    more convincing, too. had he
    used the quiet diplomatic chan-
    nel- open to anyone who wants
    to talk peace with Israel.
    Metro commissioner- have filled
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    appointed to their second terms
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    ^JmisHhrUktn
    Friday, July 13. 1973
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    LEO MINDLIN
    S mat hers Plea:
    A Painful View
    Continued from Fuep 4-A
    alliance or in bis enlightenment?
    No.
    What it does say is best ex-
    pressed in one of the most pop-
    ular of the Machiavellian cliches
    --that politics make strange bed-
    fellows, as another Kennedy,
    Teddy, demonstrated in his Ala-
    bama courtship of Gov. Wallace
    on Independence Day.
    But none of this explains
    Smathers' attempt, according to
    the Colson transcription of the
    conversation, to hasten Kovens'
    release from the Eglin minimum
    security prison following Kovens'
    conviction on charges of defraud-
    ing the Teamsters Union pension
    fund.
    Or Smathers' rationale why Ko-
    vens should have been released
    before his sentence was up.
    Something Rise Entirely
    Generally, it can be said that
    it is part of the time-honored
    role congressmen play to be ad-
    vocates of any one of a broad
    spectrum of cause- thej are call-
    ed upon from time to time to
    plead in behalf of their constitu-
    ents. It's all in the game.
    For a senator, or in this case a
    farmer senator, to issue such an
    appeal in the offices of the histh
    and the mighty is hardly unusual.
    .Nor should it be open to criti-
    cism, particularly if there has
    been no clear effort to circum-
    vent or even reverse due process.
    And so, when Smathers pleaded
    that Kovens was a poor health
    risk and that prolonged imprison-
    ment could magnify the risk,
    there was nothing deplorable in
    that, especially since some omi-
    nous evidence during Kovens'
    imprisonment seemed to support
    the Smathers plea.
    But when the Smathers ration-
    ale departed from considerations
    of substance into flights of fancy
    about Kovens as "the most popu-
    lar Jew in Dade County'' and of
    "a guy named Rabbi Irving Lehr-
    man" as "the head Jew" who
    appeared before the Parole
    Board in Kovens' behalf, the un-
    derstandable role of advocate be-
    came something else entirely.
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    ft
    #
    When Will They Learn?
    It isn't only that the thrust of
    Smathers' argument was that if
    the Nixon administration hast-
    ened Kovens' parole, the Presi-
    dent could count on Jewish votes
    in South Florida he might not
    otherwise get an argument
    we thought we had long ago laid
    to rest in the establishment of
    the "Jewish vote" as a political
    fiction.
    It is the irresponsible reference
    to Jews, the egregious use of the
    word, "Jew," the view of Jews
    as some mythic force rooted in a
    secret hierarchy of power that
    .proves so offensive.
    When, oh when, will Gentiles
    learn to knock it off? When, oh
    when, will Gentiles discover some-
    thing more about Jews before
    they talk about Jews than what
    was fed them as children in their
    church schools and that they
    continue to parrot as adults
    long after a life's experience
    should have introduced them to
    profounder perceptions?
    In one of his letters to Milena,
    the immortal Czech Jewish nov-
    elist Franz Kafka talks of the
    impossibility of his love for her.
    a noble descendant of one of the
    ancient families of Prague, a
    beautiful and talented woman
    whom Willy Haas has called "the
    hue patriciate of Czechoslo-
    vakia."
    When one asks, "Are you Jew-
    ish?." writes Kafka, "don't you
    see how in the Are you' the fist
    is withdrawn to gather muscle-
    strength? And then in the 'Jew-
    ish' the cheerful, unfailing, for-
    ward-flying blow?"
    These are my own feelings in
    the description of Kovens as "the
    must popular Jew in Dade Coun-
    ty" and of Rabbi Lehman as
    "the head Jew" forward fly-
    ing fists i > characterize a strange
    and cover! people, a contradic-
    tory gesture of aggression and
    defense.
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    Tilling Our Own Garden
    CBS television called from
    Washington the other day to ask
    if Kovens is indeed "the most
    popular Jew in Dade County." I
    suspect that if Kovens could be
    coaxed into talking about it, he
    would consider the Smathers as-
    sessment of him absurd.
    And if the characterization of
    Rabbi Lehrman as "head Jew"
    did not offend him, it should cer-
    tainly make him feel uncomfort-
    able.
    Still, what good do all the mil-
    lions we s'.nd in human rela-
    tions education bring us. all the
    honorary degrees we present, all
    the medals, all the free trips to
    Israel we give to cotton up to
    important non-Jews, all the fees
    we pay them to honor us with
    their presence at our meetings
    when, as Kafka wrote Milena, the
    best of them keep their fists aloft,
    letting them fly in endless can-
    ardseven, if in the case of
    Smathers and Kovens, for the
    be.-t" of reasons?
    In the end, was Kafka correct
    that the gulf between Jew and
    Gentile is irreconcilable? I have
    no doubt that it has narrowed:
    the Senator's own career in Wash-
    ington attests to that.
    Still, CBS calls to ask mean-
    ingless questions about humiliat-
    ing statements. Narrowed or not.
    the gulf remains, and the best
    we can do is to tend to our own
    garden, expecting that on occa-
    sion the gulf will overflow, mak-
    ing muck of our patient tilling,
    but hopefully each time less and
    less.
    'Move Right' Intemperate
    Continued from Page 1 A
    port of civil rights struggles,"
    Bookbinder said in a "Dear Joe"
    letter to Rauh.
    The letter was in response to a
    .peech Rauh made to the Jewish
    Community Council of Milwaukee,
    Wis., June 26. Rauh, who is Jew-
    ish and is general counsel of the
    Leadership Council on Civil Rights
    with foh many Jewish organiza-
    tions aie affiliated, was the recipi-
    ent of the AJCommittee's Isaiah
    Award last vear "for a lifetime of
    service to civil rights."
    Bookbinder described as "par
    ticularly intemperate language"
    Rauh's charge that a "brigade of
    wealthy Jews" foresook "their long
    allegiance to the Democratic Party
    last fall" and gave "vast sums" to
    defeat a candidate "whose crime
    was to propose some modicum of
    redistribution of wealth." Book-
    binder claimed that "for every
    'wealthy Jew' who made a sub-
    stantial contribution to the Nixon
    campaign there must have been
    three or four who gave perhaps
    Widow of Victim Says
    Iraqis Still Kill Jews
    NEW YORK (JTA) The,
    widow of an Iraqi Jew hanged in |
    Baghdad four years ago. charged
    here that Jews in Iraq continue
    to be murdered, kidnapped and
    tortured by the Iraqi government.
    Mrs. Adile Dalai. 38. who said
    she managed to escape from Iraq
    a few months ago, appeared at a
    private press conference arranged
    by the Committee of Concern for
    .lews in Arab Countries, an organi-
    zation headed by Gen. Lucius Clay.;
    U.S. Army. Ret.
    Appearing with Mrs. Dalai
    was an Iraqi Jewish youth in his
    20s who said he was spirited out
    of Iraq recently by a professional
    smuggler who charged him $500.
    The young man identified him-
    self as David Abraham, a pseu-
    donym he assumed to protect
    members of his family still in
    Iraq. He and Mrs. Dalai said
    they were here to "tell the world
    about the worsening condition"
    of the remaining 350 Jews in
    Baghdad.
    Mrs. Dalai, speaking fluent Eng-
    lish, described her personal ordeal.
    She said the harassment of Iraqi
    Jews started immediately after the
    Baa'th regime took power in July,
    1968.
    She said her husband, Yitzhak
    Dalai, was arrested on January 4,
    1969, by "four people with tommy-
    guns who knocked on our door in
    the evening of that day." She said
    she had no word from her husband
    from that time until Aug. 24. 1969
    when she heard on the radio that
    he was about to be hanged. Dalai
    was 43 at the time of his death.
    I was not allowed to see him
    before he was executed. No rabbi
    was called to the death scene He
    did not get a proper burial." Mrs.
    Dalai said. She said that when she
    visited the supposed site of his
    grave two days later, she found
    it vandalized.
    Mrs. Dalai and her two sons
    and David Abraham arrived in
    the U.S. from London June 21.
    Abraham said that a few months
    ago 18 members of his family
    disappeared in Baghdad and the
    rest of his family has had no
    news of their fate since then.
    According to the two refugees,
    the only way to aid Jews in Iraq
    is by the pressure of world opin-
    ion on the Iraqi government.
    even larger sums to the McGoveri
    campaign.
    Discussing "your general in-
    dictment of Jewish withdrawal
    from civil rights commitments
    largely on the troublesome is-
    sue of quotas," Bookbinder wrote
    to Rauh that while "very few"
    now believe in quotas, "a year
    ago, when the quota issue was
    devised, there were many who
    did support quotas in practice." ft
    With few exceptions, Bookbinder
    continued, "Jewish agencies and
    Jewish activists do favor strong af-
    firmative action, including the use
    of goals and timetables as you de-
    fine them. While the problem re-
    mains of "occasional distortion of
    goals and timetables' into defacto
    systems, it is a bum rap to argue
    that Jewish concern about quotas
    makes them anti-civil rights,"
    Bookbinder said.
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    Friday, July 13, 1973
    U jiwld
    tJU "KMt Sp*L i.- .. ..-'. :.....r ; i..... '''' ''''ll '' '"
    Stand Back For A Moment
    I!> RABBI MILTON SCHLINSKV
    Temple Adath Veshnmn
    it ha i erne :
    mi. thai seme of the most beauti-.
    iul word- ut::. :! in the Riblc ami
    with rhich we o] i >ur prayer in '
    uttered by a
    I
    ar< Ihj i i 0 Jacob, thy
    dv ices a I."
    ie Jewish |.....i si
    Jewish literature, tant-
    ly : ad
    .!
    family life. I
    ih< I of d
    , ontinuouslj
    telling us about ,
    the faults of
    Jewish mothers.
    Jewish fathers ,
    and the aliena-
    tion of Jewish \
    children.
    Rabbi Schlintky
    As a child I
    can remember
    hearing learned
    rabbis proclaim the end of Judaism
    in the next generation. Yet here is
    the next generation very much
    alive, with many youngsters turned
    on to a feeling for our ancient 1
    faith.
    Of course, we would like to see |
    more people keep Shabbos in a
    proper manner. It is true that the
    implementation of Kashruth and
    the keeping ol more mitzvos would
    be greatly desired by myself as
    Well as other religious leaders. But

    to all tli >si nlj bl ick we
    can happi : The patient is
    g quite
    Perhaps that is why it took a
    gent Ie i the beauty of Juda-
    lsm becau i are busj moan-
    :..., an(] To the outsid ,
    I ivj ;. gtilJ something
    nds a
    . ?hat h uld be
    . bi en caught up
    < not seei | t!
    b causi '':'' I
    -. for a momenl
    and se h iw o id it Is, then you
    can appn ci it it more.
    If we say how goodly arc your
    houses today, then may they even
    jet bitter in the future. ^____
    Berezin Guest Speaker At
    Temple Israel Friday Eve.
    Myron Berezin. executive direc-
    tor of the Greater Miami Jewish
    Community Centers, will be the
    |uest speaker following Sabbath
    Eve services Friday, at Temple
    Israel of Greater Miami. Services
    begin promptly at 8 p.m.
    Berezin. who is appearing as
    part of Temple Israel's summer
    series, "The Sacred and the Sec-
    ular." will bring a provocative and
    original point of view, discussing
    the subject "Jewish Survival
    Through the Kehilla Concept."
    By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
    (i i, 1973 .;
    What is a Beth Midrash?
    The term Beth Midrash" which
    means lit rally "a house of atudy"
    the i in -liven to a Jewish
    i or, perhaps earlier
    h insl union or building of
    Thi famous mystic of
    rJy Amoraim distingui
    between a synagogue where the
    lie of prayer is paramount and
    i "Beth Midrash" where Jewish
    iv is exalted (Megillah 27a).
    Study, in Judaism, receives top
    : ,- the rabbis ruled
    , a house of prayer may be con-
    into a house of study but a
    dj may DOt be
    | into a house of prayer. Hi w-
    evi ig in a house of studj
    i in a h ; is not forbidd
    .: i fact, some rabbi i
    be ideal to pray in
    the I re one studies, so i
    :ombine these two great virtues
    in Judaism, it i- for this reason
    that most sj nagogues have stud}
    roups or study sessions. Actually.
    because of the great virtue of
    study in the Jewish faith, a num-
    ber of portions in the prayer book
    are actually texts of study from
    1 the Biblical and rabbinic literature.
    Should marriages take place
    ideally in the synagogue?
    While Oriental Scphardic Jews
    in early times had weddings take
    place inside the synagogue struc-
    ture. Occidental Jews in early
    times preferred holding the wed-
    j ding ceremony outdoors in the
    j courtyard of the synagogue. Usual-
    and the bride and groom therefore
    | |y the wedding was held at night
    were underneath the open sky and
    especially the stars of heaven tp
    which they
    mum
    V H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
    TION. 995 SW 67th Avf.
    Cantor Aron Ben Aron.
    Orthodox
    1
    Ralph P.
    Shuikes.
    I- :. I. v
    rnr.th P
    ESBBKSBSS
    Kirgsiey. Cantor Irvine,
    U in.
    li.ni..
    Satu l> '"
    Hi.
    ANSHE EMFS 2633 SW i*th Ave
    American Traditional Juc.'aism. Rab-
    bi J. Marshall Taxay. Cantor Sol
    Pakowlte.
    9ITH AM lleiipic. BODU N. Kendall
    Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
    bert Baumgari 3
    3FTH DAVID. 2628 SW 3rd Ave.
    Conervatlve. Rabbi Sol Landau.
    Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
    I liia hi rvli I he Hi
    K Si ',. i 'i nil r.i'.il \v iiy. Siitur-
    :> n ni .
    3ETH
    tlov.
    EL. 000 SW 17th Ave
    Rabbi H. Rothman.
    Ortho-
    5
    3ETH KODESH, not SW T'th Ave
    Modern Traditional. Rabt' Max Sha-
    piro. Cantor Lecn Segal. 6
    3ETH TOV tiempte). 6438 SW 8th
    St. Conservative. Rahbi Charles
    Rubcl. Cantor Seymour Hir.kes. 8
    'SRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Mi
    ami. 117 NE 1th St. Reform. Rabbi
    Joseph R. Narot 10
    ISRAELITE CENTER. 31/5 SW 25th
    St. Conservative, Rabbi Paul J
    Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
    -----a
    OR OLOM (Temple). 8765 SW 16th
    St. Conservative. Rabbi David M.
    Baron. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari.
    13
    TIFERETH ISRAEL.
    Ave. Conservative.
    Klein.
    6500 N. Miami
    Rabbi Maurice
    r^aboinical evistoH
    v.
    rog
    rant*
    July 15 -- Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
    (Repeated on Ch. 2. 6:30 p.m.)
    Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
    July 15 Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
    Host: Rabbi Solomon Schiff
    July 15 Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
    Host: Rabbi Tibor Stern
    Topic: "Dialogue in Higher Jewish Learning"



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    SYNOPSIS OF TKE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
    Bolok
    su
    and
    Bal
    :
    ob-
    : the that Israel had d
    PH b, viewed
    ael rr the Amoril
    vasion of h count r with
    . i tent? in i
    tory Balak then api I ihen soothsayer of
    1 who a famou for the I i
    ' ol his incantations, to curse the Israelites. The invita-
    l; n as conveyed in person by elders of Moab and Midian who
    brou 'it moncl ry gifts with them. Bai: asked the delegation
    I" "' rnighl as I):' could give no wer until he had con-
    in.i. During the night he wa.......?. to go with them
    irsc Cod's people, so he sent the men away.
    Mnking that a more tempting offei would prove effective,
    sent a second delegation, more numerous and of higher
    ho even offered greater nor. rs .ind reward. Balaam,
    ly motivated by greed, akcd tl > remain over night
    . he could again seek guidanc and this time was eiven
    *on to go to speak only as God Erected him. Repeated
    to curse resulted instead, in w^rd; of praise, for Israel
    ed by God and no tnr;- w vail against them"
    third attempt. Balaam uttered the words that have be-
    e he opening verse of our worship service: "Mah To-Vu O-
    H< : ho Ya-a-Ko-V How goodly are thy tents, O Jacob,
    thi lling places, O, Israel."
    TNEHAS' ZEAL: The Israelites re encamped at Shittim,
    tfc halting place by the river Jordan Balaam had not re-
    t to Pethor but incited the heath,' women of Moab and
    to tempt the Israelites to join In the worship of Baal-
    Pi id to participate in an orgy of lolatry and immorality.
    M ntenced th ringleaders to deatl and a plague broke
    out he camp. Phinehas, the -on of Eieaiar the high priest,
    v. d a flagrant act of immorality between an Israelite and
    ite woman and set an zeal by summarily
    the evil-dqprs. The but only after
    it had killed 24,000 offender...
    ZION (Temptej. 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
    servative. Rabbi Normar Shapiro.
    Cantor Errol Helfman. 16
    MUM
    TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
    4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
    than Zolondek. 15
    NORTH MIAMI
    were compared as a beth moshe congregation. 2225
    svmbol Ol exaltation and fertility N^ 121* St. Conservative, Rabbi
    . ., i_u___1 ,i________ I Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion
    because of the height and the num- Kirschenbaum. 35
    her of stars. Actually there were I MIAMI BlACH
    rabbis who prohibited the perform-' agudath Israel. 7801 Cariyie Ave. r^M,Pof,Bf7" *HM' CoS.M,r"t,vS'
    ance and celebration of marriages Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon m. Ever.
    inside the synagogue because of ________
    the frivolity that ensued. Since p beth israel. 770 40th st. onhodo^
    . ,. .. Rahh, Morde-ai Shapiro. 18
    .vcatling requires the quorum of a j ___.___
    BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
    Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
    sky. Cantor Maurice Mamcnes 19
    SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18131 NE
    i9th Avenue. Orthodox 38
    ----
    YOUNG ISRAEL. OF GREATER MI-
    AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
    Rabbi Zalnmn KosMws CORAk CABLti
    JUOEA (Tniulf. 550J Granada Blvd.
    Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper. 40
    7AMORA (Tempi- )- Zamora Ave.
    Conservative. Habl Maxwell A.
    Bery-'r. Cantor P. Hillel Brummep.
    SbRTSIDt
    MOGAN DAVI CO^CREC.^TION1
    9348 H;.r(!.mj l.jt. Orthodox. Rabbl
    Isaac D vine. ft
    FORT LAUDttlDALt
    BETH ISRAEL ,,'eirpl-). 7100 W.
    Oakland Park 3ivd Rahbi Akiva.
    Brilliant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
    -----*.
    FMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
    Blvd. (Reforml. Rabbi Arthur J.
    Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement, it
    POMPANO BlACH
    MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 6101
    NW 9th St.
    SHOLOM (Temple). 13? SK 11th Ave.
    Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
    Cantor Yaa*-"" Penrr.
    HAUANDAlt
    HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTEH
    (Conservative). 416 NE 8lh Ave.
    Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz, Cantor
    Jacob Danziger.
    HOimVOOD
    BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S. 141 h Ave.
    Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 49
    l-"i-l vli en \\iih T, iriiii, iruMi Tl emlore
    l.if-,i of (Icln tins: ami Brotherhood
    board momber i>.-i\i,i i'.;.,ii dellver-
    Inx ii Kermonettc on 'II Much Can
    You Lejrllnte Moral
    BETH SHALOM (Temple). 4601 Ar-
    t-ur St. Conservative. Rabbi Morion
    Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 44
    SINAI (Tempie>. 1201 Johnson St
    Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
    Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
    310 S.W. 62nd Avenue. Hollywood.'
    Rabbi Salomon Benerroch.
    m
    CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON-
    GREGATION. University Dr.. Coral
    Springs. Rabbi Max Weitz .
    Ylinyan. wherever the weddin."
    akes place there would be a Jew-
    ish assembly, and thus, technically,
    'he synagogue has no real prefer-
    ince since wherever ten Jews
    gather the presence of the Al-
    mighty joins them.
    United Fund Eyes
    Dade's Services
    For Blind People
    The United Fund board of di-
    rectors, at a regular meeting here.
    unanimously adopted a planning
    'ivision report recommending V iicnl of a comprehensive
    m of 11 services for
    lind people living in Dade Coun-
    V.
    t'- tudv submitted by commil
    ' airman, William S Rub n
    Jor Ian ,- ir h, nn !
    ar chairman, Don
    '.< r editor of the Miami
    i based on an analysis be-
    l73, involving the
    ii for the Blind Goo 'will
    u Irii 3, :(".-1 -h \.....,n mal Serv-
    "' American Foundation for
    d, National Indu tries for
    1 and the State Bureau of
    : ; Services.
    tudy indicated that since
    ! WO the quality and quantity
    'ces available to blind peo-
    Hade County "has not been
    fe.'' As a result, the ap-
    mately 3.000 blind individuals
    Dade County do not have
    a complete range of serv-
    -ssary to maintain them as
    members of society.
    m L. Pallot. president of
    ' ted Fund and chairman of
    ,rd of the Inter National
    if Miami, said that Ruben
    committee "are to be com-
    ded for producing a Miereush
    and concise analysis of this most
    complex problem. Their efforts
    cad to a general improve-
    n enl in ervice program- avai able
    . County."
    TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal) 6100
    Sheridan Street. Hollywood. Rabbl
    Robert Frazlr.
    MIRAMAR
    ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 35th 8fc
    Conservative. Rabbi Avom Drazin,
    Cantor Abraham Kreter <
    Summertime Is
    Day ('amp Time At
    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 Dav.;d Conviser. 21
    ------
    BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or.
    thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
    sky. 22
    BETH YOSEPH CHA.M CONGREGA. rr
    tion.84sMaridunAv.. 22-a; Sniiole i>h'iior:ih
    CUBAN HEBREW CONGrEGATION. I _
    1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox Summer time in Temple MfllO-
    Rabbi dow Rowticwaig. ^3 rah is day camp time: the facilities
    juban sef-harc/'c hebrew con- ,f;'"' c'MiM-rv ativc temole are con-
    SRKiGAJION..71,5 wJh.lB9*on av., verted for the use of i hildren from
    Rabb, Me,,- Masliah Melamed 23A ,jn,, ,,, ,, .^ ,. A|l,a|
    EMANU-EL (Temple). 170' Washing, j
    ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbl Irving
    Lehrman. Cantor 2vi Adler. 24
    HEBREW ACADEM~24.-"l Pine Tree i
    Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
    Gross. ?6
    CONG. AN-NFLL (Branch of Hebrew
    Academy). 7th St. and Merld ir
    Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham I
    Hilicl
    ?5-A
    JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITV
    SYNAGOGUE 1632 Washington Av-
    Crtho-iov R tbbl Tibor H. Stern
    Cantor Meyer Engel. jj
    KNESETH ISP/'cL. 1416 Euclid Ave
    Orthodox. Rabbi Diivid Lehrfield
    Cant"- Abraham Sei/. 07
    - f
    VENORAH (lcmpwi, 020 75th S?
    Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram
    owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
    ^ -
    NER TAMID (Tempi*), 80th St. an-
    Tatum Waterway. Conservative
    Rabbi Eugene Labov.tz. Cantor Ed
    ward Klein.
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    OHEV SHALOM. "5^ Bonita Dr. Or
    hodox Pahbi t-r.at Weberman
    Cantor Leo Rad'r v
    trou njoy full daj camping
    vities includir-g swimn Sng,
    '-. and art and era!
    Th" novel feature of the MenO-
    h Da I mp is the Israi ti kib-
    : here w hieh is
    fir the camper-, by the
    taff undi r the din i ti in of Dror
    ar | r i eatured
    : tin ummi long eat
    new in its 15th year for Temple
    : norah
    Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, a cer-
    tified Red Cross life guard who
    28 heirs in the swimming Instruction,
    declares "Even the Talmud in-
    trurts us that swimming H a must
    for every child If you can't ave
    ouls. you can certainly save
    lives!"
    SE.PIiA"Dlc 1*W!: H CENTEF. 84'
    Coinne Ave. Rabbl Sadl Nahmiia. 3
    C?!J?.REPAT,ON ETZ CHAIM. 1542
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    rgate investigating com-
    as graciously recessed, it
    kre>t a few people that
    U.S. government is remark-
    dose to yrindin to a halt.
    The ultimate cause is Watergate-
    intoxication in the Senate, so you
    can blame the President it' you
    choose. But !!ie Senate is Ml!
    the body that lias clio.cn to hall
    the government in many vital
    ways.
    To get an idea of what is hap-
    ing, yen need only -lance at
    |ngle area where even the di-
    y Senate used to he capable
    reasonahU swift decisions, la
    bad old days which sonic
    beginning to regard as the
    old days the Senate cher-
    hed two principles in dealing
    ith vacancies in really major
    government posts.
    FIRST, THE President, as head
    of the executive branch, was
    considered to have a right to fill
    lor posts with men of his
    unless they could be
    to have really grave de-
    es. Second, it was also con-
    improper to leave post -
    the secretaryship of defens
    ie directorship of the Central
    pence Agency in a kind of
    Limbo for undue periods of
    y. however, we have had
    etary of defense since the
    Pent transferred Elliot Rich-
    n to the Justice Department.
    CIA has also been leaderless
    the President decided to
    e the Defense Department to
    new CIA director. Dr. .lames
    lesingcr. and to promote the
    CIA professional. William
    y. to the directorship Schles-
    has abandoned.
    senator on the Armed Scrv-
    Dmmittee can need to know
    more about Dr. Schle-iager.
    exhaustive hearings were
    efore he was confirmed for
    A directorship. As to Colby.
    e anywhere has so much as
    ered that this was not a
    choice by President Nixon
    allv. to be sure, the hear-
    ings on Schlesinger were delayed
    of his need to attend a
    meeting in Europe. In re-
    in view of the hearings just
    there was no apparent need
    stion Schlesinger further.
    DEFENSE Department Is
    gei headless and the CIA
    Iprcsumably no longer be
    Si in a few days' time. But
    only because of the force
    Bervention from his hospital
    f that relic of the more
    This kind of senatorial ego trip
    is merely frivolous. As to whal
    Sen. J. William Fulbright is cur-
    rently doing in the Senate Foreign
    Relations Committee, uglier ad-
    jectives might well be used.
    MiSOp
    national-minded past, the chair-
    man of the Senate Armed Serv-
    ices Committee. Sen. John C.
    Stennis (I).Miss.). Until Stennis
    intervened, the acting chairman.
    Sen. Stuart Symington (DMo.i,
    meant to deal with Dr. Schles-
    Inger's nomination concurrently
    with the vast, complex and con-
    troversial military procurement
    bill which will demand weeks of
    hearings!
    This kind of senatorial ego
    trip i- merely frivolous. As to
    what Sen. J. William Fulbright
    (D-Ark.) is currently doing in
    the Senate Foreign Relations
    Committee, uglier adjectives
    might well be used. Here th >
    problem has been the President's
    choice of four distinguished for-
    eign service ve'erans for high
    posts here and abroad.
    BECAUSE lit their past serv-
    ice in Southeast Asia, the four
    veterans were all subject to Sen
    Fulbright's angry veto. They were
    adjudged to be guilty men, and
    confirmation was initially re-
    fused to all four. Under heavy
    pressure from the senior Republi-
    can of his committee. Sen. George
    Aiken of Vermont. Fulbright then
    gave way on the nomination of
    the former ambassador to Thai-
    land and Italy. Graham A. Mar-
    tin, to be the new U.S. ambassa-
    dor to South Vietnam.
    Tlv argument used was the
    need to have an ambassador to
    deal with President Nguyen Van
    Thieu at this tricky Juncture, All
    kinds of ego massage, not just
    for Fulbright but also for other
    committee members like Sen. Ja-
    cob Javits (R-N.Y.) was further
    d( manded and provided before
    the confirmation of Graham Mar-
    tin was reluctantly conceded
    Meanwhile, there are William
    H. Sullivan, named for the Phil
    ippines; G. McMurtric Godley,
    nominated assistant Secretary oi
    State for Bast Asian affairs; and
    Charles Whitehouse for ambassa
    dor to Laos. All are men of im-
    peccable character. Whitehouse
    i- perhaps the foreigi service's
    most admired member of his rank
    and a^e. The charge against all
    of them is. solely and simply,
    that they faithfully carried out
    their instructions while on duty
    in Southeast Asia.
    THIS .MAKES you almost homo-
    sick for the awful McCarthy
    time. After all. Sen. Joseph Mc-
    Carthy SO implacably and success
    fullv pursued John Davies, John
    Stewart Service and their col
    leagues on the unique ground of
    their individual "bad judgment."
    What Sen. Fulbright is doing is
    in fad much worse.
    He is making it a proof of fa-
    tally "bad judgment" for foreign
    service officers to execute their
    own government's policy deci-
    sions, So what are foreign service
    officers to do in the future if the
    Fulbright elaboration on the late
    McCarthy is generally accepted-'
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    Miomi. Florida Friday, July 13, 1973
    BY ANTIDEfAMAWN UAGUE
    Israel Study Group's
    Statement Welcomed
    Section B
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    )n June 28, members of the New Americans
    Social Club, each of whom is a local resi-
    dent who has survived the horrors of a Nazi
    concentration camp, demonstrated their con-
    tinuing support for Jewish survival with a
    generous gift to the Greater Miami Jewish
    Federation's 1973 Combined Jewish Appeal-
    Israel Emergency Fund campaign. This
    year, club members rallied to support CJA-
    TtJt with a dieck for nearly 52,800, along
    With an additional $500 raised by the wom-
    en's group. Present for the check presenta-
    tion were (from left to right) Pubin Offenbach,
    club secretary and fund-raising chairman;
    Mrs. Rubin Offenbach, president of the
    women's group; Mel Schoenfeld, Federa-
    tion campaign director; Max Pulwer, club
    president; Nechemia Golembiowski, vice
    president; and Rabbi Solomon Schiff, direc-
    tor of Federation's Community Chaplaincy
    Service.
    NEW YORK (JTA) The
    B'nai B'rith's Anti-Defamation
    League has welcomed a statement
    by a group of leading Christian
    scholars denying that Israel's pol-
    icy is one of belligerence and warn-
    ing that "anti-Semitism is a Pan-
    dora's box from which spring out
    not only atrocities against Jews
    but contempt for Christ."
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    ber Israel Study Group, asserts
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    "on moral and juridical grounds."'
    that "Christian hostility and indif-
    ference" to Israel constitute "a
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    tions." and that "the fierce perse-
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    ish history and religion."
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    ly chaired by the Rev. John T.
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    civilization."' But fortunately "some
    Christian churches are working
    hard" to excise anti-Semitic ref-
    erences from liturgy and educa-
    tion.
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    of the People Israel," and "it i; a
    tragedy of history that Jesus, our
    bond of unity with the Jews, has
    all too often become a symbol and
    source of division and bitterness
    because of human weakness and
    pride."
    "Two religious traditions, not a
    single Judeo-Christian tradition,
    have vhaped our culture," and
    "one's understanding of the spirit-
    ual nature of the human person
    remains incomplete without the
    other" Jewih wort-hip and life
    are 'authentic forms of service to
    the true God." The statement
    warned that if inflation and unem-
    ployment worsen or another de-
    pression sets in "we can be fairly
    sure that the radical right and/or
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    B>A&IS (JTA) French
    painter Marc Chagall described his
    recent trip to the Soviet Union as
    "positive, not only for myself but
    also for Soviet Jews."
    Back in Paris after two weeks in
    oscow where he inaugurated the
    st Soviet exhibition of his works,
    agall told the Jewish Telegraph-
    Agency that the exhibition was
    n to the general public and not
    tt to invited quests, as had been
    ported.
    Thousand's of Muscovites
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    whe said, lasted until the end of
    ne. He said plans were under-
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    the Soviet Union in over 50 years.
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    'the highest of honors," including
    a lunch at the Kremlin with mem-
    bers of the Cultural Affairs Minis-
    try.
    Chagall said many Soviet Jews
    waited daily outside his hotel to
    talk politics, but he tried to limit
    the discussions to art. "I was
    happy to see so many Jews in
    posts of responsibility, particu-
    larly in the theatre and in the
    arts," he said.
    The painter said he was leaving
    Paris shortly for Nice, for the in-
    auguration of the "National Museum
    of the Marc Chagall Biblical Mes-
    sage," the first ever built by
    France for a living painter. Cha-
    gall said he would be going to
    Israel in the fall at the invitation
    of the Israeli government.
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    Page 3-B
    "Marshall Baltuch Assumes
    New Post At Hillel School
    )r. Joel B. Dennis, president of director of the Metropolitan Now
    Hillel Community Day School, York Region of the United Syna-
    JLs announced that the new posi- fiogue of America from 19681970.
    Mr. Baltuch directed the eight
    day Leadership Training Inatitate
    in North Carolina for over 300
    LSY teenagers during the summer,
    and served on the staff of the LSY
    Israel Pilgrimage for -even weeks
    last summer.
    He has served on the Hillel board
    of governors and as Collegi Al
    fairs chairman of Beth Torah Con
    gregation, and is presently a mem-
    ber of the board of directors of
    Beth Torah Congregation.
    Hillel School, its board of gov-
    ernors. P.T.A.. and Hen and Worn-
    n for Hillel groups are actively
    planning for the coming year's
    events which will include a Las
    Vegas Night, luncheons, fashion
    shows, an art show, auction, and
    the fourth annual dinner dance on
    Nov. 3.
    Mr. Baltuch and his wife, Ro-
    chellc, are the parents of an in-
    fant daughter. Robyn Anne.
    MARSHALL BALTUCH
    Pictured ut the June 11 installation dinner
    held by the Cantors Association of Greater
    Miami are Cantor Nico Feldman of Tem-
    ple Menorah (left) Cantor Eleazer Bernstein,
    Cantor Joseph Malek, Cantor Zvi Adler of
    'T'pmole Emanu-El, outgoing president, and
    Cantor Irving Shulkes of Temple Sinai,
    North Dade, who was installed as president
    foi the coming year. Cantor Shulkes lauded
    Cantor Adler for his leadership during the
    past two years and presented him with a
    plague.
    liM of executive director of the
    school was filled by Marshall P.
    Baltuch effective July 1.
    Hillel services the Jewish com-
    munity of North Dade and South
    Broward and is now in its fourth
    year of operation with an enroll-
    ment of 150 students in nursery
    through eighth grade classes.
    Mr. Baltuch will be responsible
    for the fiscal operation of the
    school, its auxiliary organizations,
    fund raising endeavors, building
    and office management.
    A resident in the Miami area for
    the past 25 years, Mr. Baltuch
    graduated from Miami Beach Sen-
    ior High School and attended
    Miami-Dude Junior College and the
    University of Florida. He was the
    charter iternatior.al first vice pres-
    ident (,f ATID. the collegiate arm
    of the United Synagogue of Amer-
    ica; < charter member of the Jew-
    ish Youth Directors Association
    anj li.i- serve;! ;i- chairman of the
    lor'* Youth Council of North
    Miami Beach.
    r. Baltuch comes to Hillel from \
    ; ;L'ue of America I
    e as director of the
    \ -; R gion Depi rtment of
    th Activities Tor the past lb
    year d the youtl | ro
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    North ami ;' h, from 1963-1968
    and i 'I as roi uth
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    Gerald A. Ma 3 son of
    Mrs. Mart Mayer of
    ^ach, has ~eived his
    tc: of Optcmetry degree
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    ic.cr of Science degree
    :rom University of Miami in
    1969. '- native of C; b-3, Gerald
    :ame t.. the United States with
    iis p.-" He i- a
    neenLe of Ph.; fheta Upsilon
    .raternity.
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    +Jenist> fhridiar:
    Friday. July 13, 1373]
    z: Jerusalem marked the 100th anni-
    - I nception wiih c ceremcny at City Kcll under
    the ; troncge :: Mayor Teddy Kollek (center who ob-
    . Shaare Zedek has friends all over the world
    thro service in '.he Holy City. Repre-
    the Israe: government -: the ceremony was the
    Minister of Health The Honorable Victor Shemtov, 'right
    who rreclced the new Shaare Zedek Medical Center "will
    me "' the In is that ill adorn the name of Jeru-
    io'.em and the world." The new Medical Center, a S20 mil-
    licn, SOO-bed community health facility, will be completed
    in I =76 according to the hospital's director, Prof. David M.
    Maen left..
    Shaare Zedek Medal
    Presented To Brandt
    At a reception held at the Jeru-
    salem City Hall Sunday. June 20.
    West German Chancellor Willy
    Brandt was presented with the
    Shaare Zedek Centennial Medal by
    Prof. David M. Maeir. director of
    Jerusalem s Shaare Zedek Hospi
    :al. The silver medal was specially
    minted by the Israel Government
    Coins and Medals Corporation n
    commemoration of the 100th anni-
    versary of the founding of the hos-
    pital.
    In presenting the medal. Profes-
    sor Maeir recalled the major role
    played by the German Jewish com-
    munity ana the 19th century Ger-
    man authorities in the founding
    of the hospital. Shaare Zedek was
    born 100 years ago when the orig-
    inal Founders Committee was or-
    ganized by members of the Jewish
    communities of Frankfurt am
    Main and Amsterdam.
    Permission to build the hospital
    was granted at the end of the cen-
    tury following the invention of
    the German Kaiser. Wilhelm II,
    with the Ottoman authorities. The
    opening ceremony was held in
    1902, with the participation of the
    German consul in Palestine, who
    was the first to sign the hospital's
    guest book.
    At the Mayor's reception. Chan-
    cellor Brandt affixed his signature
    alongside that of the official repre-
    sentative of the German govern-
    ment at the opening of the hospi-
    tal's present facility 72 years ago.
    Speaking at the reception. Jeru-
    salem Mayor Teddy Kollek noted
    the major role that the hospital
    had played in establishing a foun-
    dation for modern urban living in
    the ancient city, providing Jeru-
    salem with a European standard |
    of medical care and giving its pious
    Jewish population an alternative
    to the miss on-linked hospitals.
    The hospital gained distinction
    by combating the epidemiological '
    diseases of the age and the region.
    It opened and maintained Jeru-
    salem's first pavilion for conagious
    diseases.
    During the War of Independence
    it was the only surgical hospital in
    Jerusalem not cut off by enemy
    forces. In 1967 it was a front-line
    military hospital once again, per-1
    forming over 200 operations in 70
    hours and treating 450 wounded.
    It is an "inner city" hospital today,
    taking a disproportionate share of
    Jerusalem's emergency admissions. .
    In recent years Shaare Zedek has
    initiated a number of innovative
    community health programs. These
    latter are slated for considerable
    expansion on completion of the
    new Medical Center, a $25 million.
    500-bed community health facility !
    now under construction opposite
    Mount Herzl.
    Mount Sinai
    To Receive
    L 3-Yr. Grant
    Mount Sinai Medical Center has
    n selected to receive a till
    year rant from the W. K KcKuag
    Foundation to conduct a demon-
    tration project involving inncva-
    ive approaches to the d.
    rvice educa-.
    t
    Sai tn< r. M unt S
    execul sai
    ross the Unit States
    il '

    [or hospital and
    ling.
    at ''. Sinai is
    on-th
    jo'r, train belongs i
    uation. I" "
    ployee Development Divi
    of the Personnel Department re-
    sp< risibility for coorcinatm,- ah
    activity related to employee educa-
    tion and training rather than per-
    forming the actual training.
    The program, financed by a
    S21.000 grant, is being adminis-
    tered bv the Hospital Research and
    Educational Trust, an affiliate of
    the American Hospital Association
    in Chicago. During the course of
    the project it will monitor and
    analyze data and disseminate the
    results to the entire health care
    field.
    The Kellozg Foundation, one of
    the ten largest philanthropies in
    the nation, sjpports educational
    projects in health, agriculture and
    education in the United States.
    "anaria, Latin America and Austra-
    lia.
    Lodge Auxiliary Meeting
    The Ladies Auxiliary of George
    Gershwin Lodge No. 196. Knights
    of Pythias, will meet Monday at
    8 p.m. in the Surfside Community
    Center. 9301 Collins Ave. Wives of
    members of the lodge are invited
    to join the auxiliary, which has
    Mrs. Sam Horowitz and Mrs. Fran-
    ces Ganz as its presidium.
    Levitz National Vice Chairman Of
    The Fellows of Brandeis University
    WALTHAM Mass. Ralph Lev- tablished by others at Brands
    ib chairman of the board of he also participates in the p^
    Levitt Furniture Corp. of Miami, grams of the ewisn Fed-
    Miami, Israel Emergency Fund
    -ah. the University \hix
    .:(! Lebanon Valley Colle;
    Upon his induction a~
    leis Fell w, his [ eagu
    lure and home fun-..-
    :;its created a scholar:
    - name at the universil
    in association with I .
    haii man of th<
    ist.ei Stal
    "'

    RALPH LtVITZ
    has ben elected a nal
    chairman of the Fell vs of Bran-
    dels University.
    Brand'-is Fellow- are leading,
    men and women throughout the
    country whose skills and experi-
    ence are placed at the disposal of
    the university in areas of their
    special competence.
    Mr. Levitz. who has o?en a
    Brandeis Fellow since 1972. has
    been active in a number of the
    university's programs. He headed
    a committee cf South Fioridian.^
    who sponsored a 1972 dinr.erdar.ee
    on behaif of Brandei?, and was
    Miami c:t> chairman for its "Bran-
    deis 25 Annual Giving Fund"
    campaign.
    A g:nerous contributor to the
    ;cho!arsh:p fund; and to fjrds es-
    Manolo Rebcso Cn=
    for City Commission Sesf
    It on 1
    'i'y I
    nnounced his andidacy
    '
    first Cu
    -1 honored. Mr. Reboso
    hat his work a= land :
    trchitect and general coi
    nakes him especially qualifi
    ervice on the City Com:
    Se plans a vigorous campai.11. ar:
    hopes during it to meet evi
    zen in the city.
    Miami Chapter, AIB, To Be
    Tri-County Workshop Hosts
    The Miami Chapter of the Am
    ican Institute of Banking ri
    the Tri-County Workshop >atu:
    day. July 21. at the Playboy Piaa
    Hotel. Miami Beach. Regi-'
    -tart at 8:30 a.m.
    The week of July 22 to -
    been proclaimed American !:*.
    titute of Banking Week by th-''
    Hon. Jack Orr. Mayor of
    po'itan Dade County to sta
    enrollments for the Fall S<
    1973 courses.
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    West German Chancellor Willy Brandt (right) signs the
    Shaare Zedek Hospital guest book as Prof. David M. Maeir,
    director of the hospital, looks on. The occasion was the
    Jerusalem City Hall reception where Brandt received the
    Shaare Zedek Centennial Medal.
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    Oiiicers cf the Junior Auxiliary of Douglas Gardens, Jewish Home for the Aged were installed at a gala luncheon affair in the Ruby Auditorium. Seated
    (ieit to right) are Ruth Abramowitz, treasurer; Wynn Valentine, parliaments ian; Lillian Namm, past president and financial secretary; Fanny Willing,
    recording secretary and Rena Ratner, vice president ot membership. Esther Simel, corresponding secretary; Ann Roller, executive vice president;
    Rena Stsin, outgoing piesident; Helen Rechtschaffer. incoming president; Judge Theodore Nelson, installing officer: Gladys Israel, honorary president
    Bess Szeilip. vice president of programs; Bertha Friedman, chairman of nominating committee; Arthur Kalish, executive director of the home and
    Betty Leavy, corresponding secretary, are standing.
    >.
    , j .u oo f ti. Minm; TWtr-h f! haDter of Hadassah comprising a total of 8,000 members, include, from left
    ie recently installed presidents of the 28 groups of the ^J*^^ M Landau. Samuel Birnbaum, Barnett Baron. Louis Stone and Hy-
    nght (seated) Mesdames Aaron ^mnOBJ***% ,ule7 Lsem. Rose Ziegmund. Esther Meyer. Leo Podden. David Reinwald. Morris
    nan Rosenberg; (standing; Mesdames Joseph Scheid, Lillian Haut Jules em noa y Frannilp, Mpnt. resident of the chapter
    Gnawer. Gertrude Sosna, David Green and Alfred Creinin. Standing at the lectern is Mrs. Emanuel Ment- president ot the chapter.
    Glowing with pride at the recent exhibit of the works of the
    children of Beth Sholom's School of Fine Arts are Mrs. David
    Drucker, director of the school, Mrs. Neal Amdur, art teacher
    Roberta Silbret, ceramics teacher Paul Golzbein, and Mrs.
    Al Alschuler. The school is now taking applications for next
    /ear's classes.
    The newly elected officers and board of
    directors of Temple Israel of Greater Miami
    Sisterhood include from left to right, (front
    row) Mrs. Harry Levinson, Mrs. Arnold
    Scher. Mrs. Burton Kahn. Mrs. Harry Elson,
    and Mrs. Maurice Serotta, president; (back
    row) Mrs. Victor Faine, Mrs. Arthur Alper-
    stein, Mrs. Kenneth Rosen Mrs. Martin
    Wasserman, Mrs. Samuel Rabin Mrs. Jack
    Schillinger, and Mrs. William Lee.
    .. ;mmct cf the Hebrew Academy Women talk over sue-
    cow of annual Todah Raba (Thank You Very Much).lunch-
    eon of the Hebrew Academy Werner, held last week at the
    home of Rabbi and Mrs. Alexander Gross. Ne-.y members
    of| the Imma corps of the organization ere, from left, Mrs.
    Fanny Golaberg, Mrs. Oscar'Mamber, Miss Sue Berkowitz
    arti-Mrs-Louis Dublin.
    Over 200 women attended the "Grown of
    Giving Luncheon" sponsored by the Miami
    Beach Chapter of Hadassah recently. Pic-
    tured above are Mrs. Irving London, (left)
    chairman; Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, chio'^r
    president; guest speaker Mrs- Israel D. Sha-
    piro, national major gifts area chairman,
    and Mrs. Toby Schachter, chairman.
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    Back from a weekend in New Blonde Joan was very chic in a
    York .ire Ruth and Ben Zion Gins- (tuft -rev slack outfit. There were
    bejrg who attended the Bat Mitt- Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Zieman. Dr.
    van of granddaughter Renana Ros- and Mrs. Charles Cove. Mr. and
    off on Friday. July 22. The cele- Mr-.. Mike Bonde. the Dave Rozens.
    brant is the daughter of the former and the Murray Lev rants.
    Barbara Ginsburg and Rabbi Jack
    Koxifi of F; ii haven. N.J The cere- The Ladies Tennis Committee
    nor; was held at Temple Bnai Is- of Kir,.s Bay v%;ll ho.t a Summer
    rae! where Rabbi Rosoff is spirit- ...
    .... t.___ rftft ann Kefre-her parn Sunday at the
    ier. Some 500 to 600
    friends and relatives attended the -ub The event- chaired by Paul
    services and reception which fol- and Janis Schaffer. will <;art at
    lowd The following day. the Bat 230 p.m. and will feature a round-
    South Beach Seniors Love to Travel
    There are three sure way? to i Twice a week, on Tuesdays and "Israel 25" parade, the |
    gather a crowd at the South Beach Thursdays it fills up with members decked out as an "Exodus fj, 0
    A. Center. 25 Washington for special trips. These trips, to and occupied by 40 meml,
    Ave.. Miami Beach. One is to serve j web place- M the Evei glades, the eral staffers and a few small cbj
    food, one is to bring in a doctor Japanese gardens, the metropoli- dren all dressed up as immigrant,
    o speakeven if he talks about nan senior tenter. Homestead Air ^ = t.
    Ch.nc- ptter> he'll draw a mob Force Base and many others, are J^JfJg ^
    And tne third is to announce always jammed. portion. A recent expedition ,
    h aTr* VJZinLlsS, Trips verge on the offbeat. One Disnev World in a cheered Z
    up." popular expedition took center proved so popular that the Ceni
    The Centers vellow school bus J^"*"" t0 Sou,,hi Dadc *J en(,ed UP chartering thre.
    is prooablv the most abused vehicle *r own vegetables they all ard e, try one was : illed
    :n south Florida Three times a love
    Mitt : ho;:ed 30 of her
    friends and out-oftv.n relatives
    . a ea :cheon ir. her home
    robir. tournament for 40 mixed
    double I bv a bar-
    week it picks up seniors from all
    over South Beach and drops them
    at the Center Five times a week it
    akes theT. home a makes special
    Center director. Miriam S
    Special bus trip- take members berg, is enthusiastic about tl
    .. main YMHA, on SW 8th St., and tours program- v..
    to hear famous speakers. Jimmy people go on our trips who
    Hoffa drew an overflow crowd. be< n out of South Beach

    M al Den
    th< Barbers Hawn Macayae
    r. i Leajnae i i i
    lub in Jui
    us and plenti-
    and all
    400 :n a party nvixi
    ' in included a group that
    had %i' bered for a pre-luau cock
    tail party at the B.l'.e Me home
    f Florence and Harris Friedman.
    Among them Jack and Pauline
    Schwartz who since then have en-
    ieped a "fabulous" cruise on the
    TSS Fairwinds. Pauline is the
    f the late Barbara Haven.
    fou: sident of the league
    whiefa now bears her name. For
    Pauline wore a short
    ed orchid top over orchid
    . print wide leased pant-. Ed-
    na and Jimmy Chapman, v no later
    -pent the July Fourth week-
    end in Freeport, were there too.
    Edna had selected a white slack
    outfit topoed with a red vest
    Hostess Florence wore a long
    print frock with matching scarf.
    It was hail and farewell as the
    Prkdmans. winter residents were
    leaving for their northern summer
    home Then there was Polly and
    Charles Fiedler, she in a peach
    full skirted jersey dress, Florrie
    ;hiI Eddie Schwartz with Florrie
    n a green and white polka dot out-
    lit compl :c '.vi;!i a matching jack-
    young and -inactive couples
    iigh; away included
    Pred Kat/in and spouse. Lil. v.ho
    ...i- ; airman of the evening.
    \rthm and Adrienne Feigeles.
    -hi- In a ;>-.lka dot frock with
    ny back t > it. Also Ida
    .ini Umer Miller, Flo Doin. leas
    president, and her Joe. Mr. and
    *i v Morloi, Laufer. And Mary and
    Geerge Furman and daughi
    loan Leader with Jerry v.ho were
    ttle late because their children
    l nnis tournament
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    Citizens Federal Constructing
    11-Story Headquarters Building
    v new, 11-story headquarters
    in [ding for Citizens Federal Sav
    l s and I.nan Association of
    Metropolitan -Miami is now under
    .-! uction at 999 Brickell Ave.
    i! owners say thai it will be
    I if the most beautiful and
    p t cally pleasing buildings in
    I in," and a landmark a
    I inging face of Brickell \\ <
    i
    'We feel we are i" the process
    f h.tiiding a facility which will
    att.i't national attention and
    re< ''irtioii. >:iid Davi I Stuzin,
    pn i. nt nf Citi/ens Federal.
    nVhcn completed in (he summer
    of !:<7-i. Stuzin .said. Citizen Fed-
    ir; vviil tnitiallv occupy the first
    loin i irs and the penthouse of
    the !> uiding. which will have
    306.il i square feet and i- costing
    api natoly $6 million. Floors
    5-10 will lie made available for
    Jeas lo leading nation d and in-
    tern.o onal firms occupying at
    half a floor.
    shape ol the building is
    lif*'.. unique, it could be de-
    fcHaecl as multi-faceted." said
    Statin. "It's almost in the shape
    : fa star."
    The Miami sk; lim tself will be-
    an integral parl oi the new
    ling, he added, since vast ex
    e.s ol lectivi glass on the
    de of the building will mir-
    th sk\ and Biscayne Bay, as
    veil a- every cloud that passes by.
    /t The gl.i;s will also reflect the 40
    Basmil Appoints
    Jack H. Brown Vs
    Advertising iVIgr.
    Tl;> hoard nf din Ct :- of th
    Barn tt liai.k of Miami Beach ie-
    ceat'y appointed Jack H, Brown
    j.dfrrt'sing manager.
    n itive of Philadelphia,
    vi has been with the bank
    1089. A graduate of tne
    te ol Banki i .. ne
    Joi\d in arc,uinting ;it Temple
    I ity, Philadelphia.
    |so appointed were Claud j.
    ge ill. BankAmerics 'd man
    Ms Vnne Manzi. credit de-
    partment manager: Ms, Barbara !v
    Sulfi\ in. data pr >cessin
    . nd Dennis Wcckenman, personnel
    iffieer.
    As *
    Max terrier:
    "Seek It
    New headquarters fcr Citizens Federal Savings & Loan
    Association cf Metropolitan Miami on Brickell Avenue will
    ac ually reflect Biscayne Bay and the surrounding area;
    "reflective glass" is a significant part of the architectural
    design of the unique building.
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    foot fountain ih I ipical green-
    ery in the front oJ the building.
    The building v i so i ive its
    awn landscapi across tin
    ntire front of the property. Undei-
    ground and ii :. btory i> i\e
    ground parkin, v ill be provided
    for 320 cars, re than is
    called for b.\ Uia zoning stand-
    irds.
    Initial interior plans call for a
    : in ory r itun la enca< d in
    bronze solar glass housi g fin/ens'
    lavings del i Intent, which will be
    a study in rare wood.-. tra\
    marble and prt iental
    tries. A unique teller counter in
    the round under a massive illum-
    inated dome will serve customers,
    In addition, the building will
    have a "floating*' second floor
    housing the ,i loan and
    servicing depart Thi- floor
    will jut out ovi I [s area
    and will be sen i d by a private
    elevator.
    Even the vault will be physical-
    ly attracts e, Stuzin said. II will
    be surfaced with shimmering,
    deep-sculptured bronze, and will
    contain a limited number ol safe
    deposit boxes available only to Cit-
    izens' customers, This same bronze
    sculpturing will face the fleet of
    elevator doors in the outer lobby.
    A focal point in the outer lobby
    will be a textured concr Ie wall
    imbedded with seashells indigen
    his to Florida shores, rhe outei
    obby will also house a shower <
    it Citizens' private gallery o
    :-. which will hang side bj
    ide with works of local artists.
    'Topping Off"the construct.! :
    .f the litii floor should taki
    dace in N tvember. 'rhe entin
    building is now slated to open ii
    July 1974.
    Morris Lapidus Associates de
    -igned the building. General con
    tractor is M. It Harrison. In<
    Landscape architect is Charles A
    hn of Fort Lauderdale. Barbar;
    Dorn, of California, will design th
    interior of the building.
    Citizens federal lias offices 8
    400 Hialeah Dr., and on Pone
    Spring- in Hialeah; at 830 Bricke
    Ave., and in the Central Shoppin
    Plaza, Miami, and in the Laudei
    hill Mall in Broward County. I
    recenti; opened additional outlet
    in temporary facilities on Un vc
    sity Drive in Pembroke I'in, -. an
    at the Kendale Mall in South Dad.
    County.
    In addition to David Stuzin, wh
    .. rves chairman of the boar:
    ind president, other directors o
    Citizens Federal are S. F. Danels
    , ice chairman ol the board: Charle
    15. Stuzin, vice president and sec
    retary; Edward C Fog-: III. Let
    J. Adeeb, C. C. Coensparger anc
    I. W. Barfield.
    " ... *
    Residents cf Seacoast Towers East and their
    guests are enjoying a bit of old Japan each
    tims they use their new showplace lobby
    desiinrd by Art Minor of IDS in Chicago.
    An informal Japanese garden, it is the only
    one of its kind in au apartment complex in
    this country and features several ponds,
    wooden bridges and comfortable tea houses
    cs well as flowers and shrubbery, accord-
    ing to Fran Cutler, public relations and so-
    cial director.
    CARLISLE, Pa. A President's job is to govern--not t>
    reign in theory but to rule in fact, from day i i day. in all the
    small and big decisions, Bui to rule and govern there must be
    no question about his legitimacy. Otherwise every act of his will
    have to run a barrage ol doubt.
    Richard Nixon's crucial ordeal today !s the ordeal of legit -
    macy. He goes on governing, grimly, tenaciously, and he smiles
    in the photographs as if nothing had happened. Bui what hap-
    pened is that his right ta govern has been called in que tioi
    and therefore his capacity to govern Is ba i red.
    Democratic societies usually don't think about legitimacy, as
    monarchical ones do. They take it foi granted, and g > about theii
    business, until a shadow falls across the men in charge. Then
    comes the shattering question: Do these fellows have the right
    t i be in charge? Once the question gets posed, it is hard to gi i
    it out of your mind until it is answered,
    In the end. in a functioning democracy, only the people
    themselves can answer it- not Congress or the diplomats or
    the military, not the press or commentators, or even the jud
    For lb" question of Mr. Nixon's legitimacy rests on whether ho
    is tolerably believable, and that can bo answered onl<
    whether the people want him to stay want him hard
    wallow their verv palpable doubts about believing him.

    In -one other political systems the question of legit
    often rest" with the defense services. If thi officers gel |
    cized and decide thai a government isn't legitimate, it is curtains
    for the government even though the officers, with all their
    naked power, may have a hard tim< i ing their ow i
    i litimacy. as witness the junta of Greek colonels. Even D
    Gaulle, at the height of the university revolt, had to go to th
    garrisons to check on whether his government was still credibl
    Fortunately this isn't tn e in the United .st.it The officers
    have not been politicized and are unlikely to be They continue
    to keep the line sharp between their own Functions and In ise in
    the civilian government which controls them, The middle ranks
    you see here at the Army War College -lieutenant colonels and
    colonels don't restrict themselves to military strateg> and
    hardware. Thej have a feel for current trends and rea ities
    American society. And because they do thej an puzzled and
    heartsick as their civilian counterparts am where.
    Perhaps more so. because their day-to-day
    authority. The? have to know how to use and m Th
    depend on it. And the danger in W i is that the
    dent's authority is eroded, and that a vacuum las
    set in.
    There are two taints on it the l< il an I the mi
    legal depends on how badly you think the election was i
    the secret funds and din; tricks of the men
    dent's campaign. If the result had not been so over helminsr.
    both in popular and electoral vote if there had been a clos
    fractional margin the legitimacy would disappear. Even ,vit!i
    the landslide, ii is a limping legitimacj al best.
    The moral taint is even more serious, it reai |,
    the rigging and the (diction laws, to the whole climate of the
    White House and the way il operated i rnn nl rests on
    logue of trust between rulers and people, bctv en th
    menl and other governments. But where you in
    trat ms, pretensions and li< s, trusl stifles. II i
    truth to breathe in.
    *
    I'vi taid thi I .....
    Fate. I I '
    clean of him and his i
    sourceft I ion. all cc

    and I
    i wh'di he haj it

    eri
    not
    "i.
    V if I >
    j tton'l lo ;o tl
    chaos over to i -
    wh ii they know the worst there is to know al
    face it. But it is he who i
    as he holds back ft mi n, tri.
    e dangers Sen. William Proxmirc. D Wi .
    finger on) will have to continue, as the only waj of
    what remains.
    Tell US, Mr President. Talk to it. again, and thi- I
    no double meanings, no secret corners in the hois.- of tn l
    holds barred. If you can"! trust the people, they wont trusl
    and your legitimacy will be impaled on their disbelief,


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    Friday, July 13, 1973
    "XlLUing JL 93,
    MRS. JONATHAN BAUMGARD
    Roumgard'Ungar
    Wendy Jo, daughter of Mr. and
    Mrs. Milton Unsar of Miami, ex-
    changed wedding vows on Sunday.
    July 1. with Jonathan David, son
    of Rabbi and Mrs. Herbert Baum-
    gard. The 5 p.m. ceremony wa
    conducted by Rabbi Baumgard at
    Temple Beth Am where he serves
    as spiritual leader.
    The briu'e's attendants included
    PameJa Ungar Schepp. matron of
    honor. Mona Mandel. Shira Baum-
    gard and Shelley Reifkind, brides- j
    maids.
    Danny Baumgard served as the
    bridegroom's best man: ushers i
    were Jeffrey Schepp, Larry Klein.:
    Barry Brown and Fred Sheilds.
    Tile new Mrs. Baumgard grad-
    uated from Miami Norland Senior
    High School, attended the Univer- {
    sity of South Florida, and received i
    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.
    Webb-Teitler
    Mona Lisa Teitler j.nd Richard
    Allen Webb exchanged their mar-
    riage vows at Kings Bay Country
    Club Saturday, July 7. Rabbi Al-
    fred Waxman officiated at the 9
    p.m. ceremony; a reception for the
    couple followed at the club.
    The bride, daughter of Mr and
    Mrs. Jesse Teitler, 9001 SW 94th
    Ave., graduated from Southwest
    High School and attended Miami-
    Dade Junior College. Her husband,
    the son of Mrs. Josephine Webb of
    South Williamsport, Pa., and the
    late Arthur Webb, graduated from
    South Williamsport High School
    and Lycoming College, Williams-
    port, where he was a member of.
    Phi Theta Kappa.
    For her wedding, the new Mrs. J
    Webb selected a gown of white
    Bilk organza with rose appliques
    and Alencon lace trim. She carried
    a bridal arrangement of pink and
    white roses and baby's breath.
    The bridal party included the
    bride's sister. Mrs. Phil Genet.!
    matron of honor; bridesmaids
    Jackie Bretan and Mrs. Carl Sug-
    arman; Barry Nedelman. best man,
    ?nd Jeff Bender and Joel Sokol,
    After a honevmoon in Paradise
    ich, Nassau, Mr. and Mrs. Webb
    nake their home in South
    inii.
    MRS. HOWARD J. BItNENFILD
    Bienenf eld-Ram
    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 5:30 p.m. ceremony.
    Parents of the newlvweds are
    Mr. and Mrs. Issie Ram. 2401 SW
    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 styled with a blue
    at'ii ribbon around the waist and
    headpiece.
    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 Rsm. Hank To
    pas. Larry Kuczyski and David
    Berger.
    The new Mrs. Bienenfeld grad-
    uated from Miami Senior High
    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. B:enenfeld is a graduate o:
    Mesivta High School and th? Uni-
    versity of Miami School oi Busi-
    ness.
    New address for the couple is
    625 NE 166th St.
    MRS. WARREN B. MERETSKY
    Meretsky-Selevan
    Mona Shelley Selevan, daughter
    of Arthur A. Selevan, 19610 NE
    18th PL, North Miami Beach, and
    the late Beatrice Selevan. became
    the bride of Warren B. Meretsky.
    son of Mrs Eleanor Meretsky and
    ; Irving T. Meretsky, Windsor. On-
    tario. Canada, Sunday, July 8, at
    noon.
    Rabbi ?:orm.-.n Mussman con-
    ducted the ceremony, which took
    place in the Eden Roc Hotel. The
    couple was attended by her sister.
    Linda D. Selevan. maid of honor,
    his brother. Ross B. Meretsky. best
    man. and Brian Heller, ringbearer.
    The bride attended Ohio State
    University, where she was a mem-
    ber of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
    Her husband attended Ohio State
    and the University of Detroit,
    where he will enroll in the School
    of Dentistry this fall. He is a mem-
    ber of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity
    and Alpha Epsilon Delta honor
    society.
    The new Mrs. Meretsky chose a
    own of silk organza for her wed-
    ding. It was styled with bell
    sleeves and circular skirt; the
    bodice was appliqued with Venise
    and Alencon lace. Her Camelot
    headpiece was of matching lace
    and she carried a bridal bouquet
    fashioned of roses and baby's
    breath surrounding a white orchid
    on her mother's white Bible.
    Following the ceremony, a lunch-
    eon was held in honor of the new-
    lyweds at the hotel. After a honey-
    moon in Mexico, they will live in
    ^outhfif'ld. Mich.
    MRS. STEVEN J. ZIMMERMAN
    Zim merman-Green
    Hawaii was the honeymoon des-
    tination of Joanne Green Zimmer-
    man and her husband. Steven Jay
    Zimmerman, following 8 p.m. rites
    in the Doral Beach Hotel Sat
    urday, June 23; the couple was
    feted at a reception in the hotel
    after the ceremony, which was con-
    ducted by Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
    The bride, daughter of Mr. and
    Mrs. Irving Green of Bay Harbor
    Islands, was attended by two of
    Hep. Kutuii Named f
    To State's Joint
    Select Committee
    House Speaker Terrell Sessu -
    has announced his appoint me
    io the newly created Joint Sel
    Committee on Aging. Rep. B;i
    Kutun (D-Miami), has been
    iectcd as one of six House m> i-
    bers on the Committee.
    The Select Committee or. Agi ...
    created by the pas;;.ge of Sen
    Concurrent Resolution 231 duriij
    :he recently completed legislativi
    session, will have 12 memb.:- six. ,*.
    from each house oi the legislature.
    The Senate members will he se-
    lected by Senate President Mallorj
    Home.
    The legislature has charged this
    committee with evaluating the
    problems of the aged in Florida
    and formulating t comprehensive
    report for the regnlai session in
    1974.
    Other House members serving
    an the committee will be Charles
    Boyd (D-Hollywood). Betty Ea
    R-Clearwater), William Gibson,
    R-Orlando), John Miller, (D-Holly-
    wood), and Jerry Melvin D Ft.
    Walton Beach). m
    Jobs Available For
    the bridegroom's sisters, Arlene
    and Lisa Zimmerman, her cousin, fllflor POFCAIIC WHrt
    Barbara Smith, Wendy Stark and UIUCI I Cl JVIlJ T'lIU
    Rachel Radutsky.
    The bride's brother, Benjamin
    Green, served as best man; Michael
    Tobias, Richard Mandell, Robert
    Mandell. Gary Lazar and Larry-
    Green ushered.
    The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Lester Zimmerman of Or-
    lando, attended Florida Tech and
    the University of Florida. The
    bride, a graduate of Miami Beach
    Senior High School, attended the
    University of Arizona and the Uni-
    versity of Florida. They will make
    their home in Orlando.
    CARIH Chapter Breakfast
    Gift of Life Chapter of CARIH
    will hold a breakfast meeting Tues-
    day at 9:30 a.m. in Sandy Ferber's
    home. 10250 SW 87th St. The pub-
    lic is invited and prospective mem
    bers are ureed to attend.
    Complete Training
    A course of eight sessions, lead-
    ing to a Red Cross Certificate
    (Compansion and Homemaker for
    the Sick) will begin Thursday,
    July 19, and Friday. July 20. at
    10 a.m. at the South Beach Com-
    munity Center, 833 Six:h St.,
    Miami Beach. tf*
    There will be a movie at each
    session followed by a discussion.
    The course is fret and one may
    -egister at the Center up to July
    19.
    Bernard B. Goldberg, director of
    Project "RENEW" (employment
    of older workers; has mar.y jobs
    available at the minimum rate of
    S2 per hour, for those who com-
    plete the course.
    Martin Aronow Elected To State Post Of
    Fraternal Order Of Police Associates
    Sunland 'Cap Saturday
    Three year-olds will compete at
    seven furlongs in the featured
    $10,000 added Sunland Handicap
    at Calder Race Course Saturday.
    Post time for the first race each
    aring afternoon is 1:30 p.m.
    Martin Aronow. who deads a
    Coral Gables-based photography
    firm bearing his name, has beer,
    .lected outer guard of the Fiater
    nal Order of Police Associate state
    lodge.
    Aronow. who is currently serv-
    ing his fifth term as president of
    the Coral Gables chapter of the
    F.O.P.A.. was elected to the state-
    wide office at the organization's
    24th annual conference in Pensa-
    cola. He is also a police reservist
    for the Dade County Public Safety
    Department.
    Thp FOP A. i= a civilian af-
    filiate of the Fraternal Order of
    Police, and :i designed to establish
    j. better understanding betwten
    the public and law enforcement
    age Lies oi the community and
    state through public relations and
    legislative and educational efforts.
    Vacation Cruise Cost
    Lowered By Carnival
    GROUP WORKER
    for exciting, creative national
    Jewish teenage program. Work in
    Miami, some truvel to North Flor-
    ida communities. MSW or BA with
    previous youth work experience
    preferred. Starting salary $11-
    12,000. Send resume to Alex E. Bal-
    ler, BBYO, 1640 Rhode Island Ave.,
    K.W., Washington, D.C 20036.
    Vacation cruises arc costing less
    and 1
    Latest bonanza in a string of
    special passenger rates offered by
    Carnival Cruise Lines is the offer
    to fly FREE to Miami anyone in
    the United States or Canada who
    is sailing aboard the TSS Mardi
    Gras' 41-day cruise to Europe, the
    Mediterranean and the Holy Land,
    which includes <-icht days in Is-
    rael.
    Special highlights of thi- cruise
    for many passengers will be the
    opportunity to attend Jewish New
    Year's services at th<> Wailing Wall
    in Jerusalem. In addition. Carnival
    Cruise Lines has arranged for
    every passenger to be able to plant
    a tree in Israel as a lasting memen-
    to of the trip.
    Special attention is being given
    to the ship's cuisine for the V yage.
    which departs Miami Sept. 8 and
    visits the Azores, Naples. Pira
    Haifa, Livorno, Palnia. and Ma-
    deira.
    The selection of diets available
    includes Kosher, sal! free and low
    calorie, and the dining room will
    have both a smoking and no sin. k
    ing section as an added passenger
    comfort.
    Fares range from SI.695 to
    S3.995 and include complimentary
    k chairs, valuable gift! study
    : groups in art. music and photo-
    graphy, a full range of sports and
    many luxury features, such as in-
    door and outdoor swimming pools,
    health club, sauna and even an art
    . gallery.
    David Berger, Jewish student
    advisor, speaking to students
    of Federation's High School in
    Israel, at Centrcl Agency for
    Jewish Education's Orientation
    Seminar. At left are Zvi 3erger,
    Central Agency for Jewish Edu-
    cation executive director, and
    Lillian Ross, High School regis-
    trar.
    Needed
    IASTERS
    to work in Shoe Factory
    3695 E. 10th Ct., Hialeah
    693-4090
    m
    MARTIN ARONOW
    Locally Made Film Premieres
    "Li Ii m male in
    'Miami and Mian FJ ich, will have
    , its world p. the
    i, Twin [-1
    Mayfair, Park Hallandale;
    i "Scream Biacuia, opens
    j Friday at I M .m: and 27th Ave.
    | Drive-In, and "Detective Ceroni-
    I mo" begins its run at the Surf.
    Town, Coral Way and Norti Dade
    , Drive-Ins.
    ATTENTION! CANTORS
    Good High Holidays anl Yearly
    Positions NOW Available
    Write immediately to V
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    Friday, July 13. 1973
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    Page 9-B
    M-s Ethel Curson, (left) Mrs. Rachel Katz checks for
    Laufer, Mrs. Esther Steinberg, Mrs. Lewis placed on
    Cohen and Mrs. Betty Falk present their Academy's
    Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, (left) Mrs. Hyman Chabner, Mrs. Lilly
    Turman and Mrs. Fannie Goldberg, who attended a recent
    luncheon at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Alexander S. Gross,
    have added their names, plus that of Hyman Chabner on
    the "Etz Chaim" plague, a work of art by Raphaely, artist
    laureate of Israel, which will be placed on the west wall of
    the auditorium in the new Hebrew Academy Junior and
    Senior High School building.
    Samuel Farber, director of fiscal affairs at Mount Sinai
    Medical Center, is shown with Mrs. Edna Brown Bromberg,
    who received a diamond pin and a $1,500 U.S. Savings
    Bond as the first employee honored for 25 years' service.
    The Medical Center's board of trustees honored 441 em-
    ployees at the annual service awards recognition dinner.
    the "Etz Chaim" plague to be
    the west wall of the Hebrew
    new auditorium.
    Mrs. Ferdie JWV's
    Sr. Vice President
    At the annual convention of the
    Department of Florida. Jewish War
    i Veterans. U.S.A.. La.lies Auxiliary
    ! held at the Playboy Plaza Hotel in
    Miami Beach last month. Mrs. Ev-
    elyn Ferdie WM elected to the of-
    fice of senior vice president.
    Mrs. Ferdie. a part president of
    the Murray Solomon Ladies Auxili
    ary, was its treasurer for seven
    years, patriotic instructor for two
    years, trustee for three years and
    Aid to Israel chairman for three
    years. She was also instrumental
    in obtaining Tag Day Permits and
    Proclamations from the Mayor of
    the City of Coral Gables for sev-
    eral years.
    Mrs. Ferdie's offices in the De-
    partment of Florida include that
    nf junior vice president, member
    hip chairman, treasurer and leg
    islation chairman. She also served
    as chaplain child welfare chair
    man, patriotic instructor and
    Americanism chairman.
    JWVs Executive
    Committee Meets
    The executiv" committee of thr
    De-artment of Florida. Jewish War
    Veterans of the U.S.A.. will meet
    at 8 p.m. Monday in the First Fed
    oral Savings & Loan Bldg, 275f
    Coral Way.
    Department Ccmmander M. Ja>
    ; Berliner of Coral Gables has an
    1 nounced that JWV's assistant na
    i tional executive director. Ben
    i Chaiin. will address the commit-
    tee. Mr. Chaisin is a past national
    commander of JWV.
    Subjects to be discussed at the
    meeting include the national con
    vention to be held at the Diplomat
    Hotel in Hollywood, Aug. 5-12; a
    JWV convocation in Israel in No- \
    vember; and special reports from
    posts in Sarasota, Jacksonville and
    Daytona Beach. The meeting is
    : open to all JWV members.
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    i he Jewish War Veterans Depart-
    ment of Florida Ladies Auxiliary,
    at the first Council oi
    rVdmini (ration meeting Sunday
    w mil Jun< 24. at Miami Beach. |
    Nominations and elections were
    finalized for advisory board, bud-;
    >t and finance committees, as well
    is ratification of appointments
    mad) by Mr> Tragash. Reports
    vere made !>> PXP Malvina Free-
    nan and PNP Billie Kern.
    The advisory board includes Kay
    ' Ingaton, chairman, Gertrude
    Cohen. Sophia Lee. Frieda Levine. j
    Sally Levy. Elayne Uhr and Judith .
    31itt.
    Serving en the budget commit
    tee are past national president
    Vfalvina Freeman. chairman.
    "Iheba Brown, Lillian Schoen. i
    ^elda Weinstein. Carol Gold and
    Slaine Kornfield.
    Finance committee members are
    Kern, chairman. Evelyn LeVine
    ind Eleanor Blank.
    Carol Gold. Nurses Scholarship j
    hairman, presented Mrs. Elizabeth |
    ileibel, R.N., coordinator of Stu-,
    ients Activities at the School of i
    Vursing, Jackson Memorial Hos-1
    lital. who spoke briefly concern- ,
    ng Pamela Jean Parker, of Naples, j
    ^hosen as the recipient of the Rose
    'hanin Memorial Scholarship in
    '.he field of Mental Rehabilitation.
    Harry H. Cohen Auxiliary 723
    hosted the meeting and luncheon
    in honor of Mrs. Tragash.
    Department of Florida Ladies
    \uxiliarites activities in Dade and
    : Counties this week will
    include:
    Norman Bruce Brown 17L
    ca : services al the VA Hospital
    Saturday by Sylvia Liobman and
    Belle Swartz.
    West Miami 223: Jerri B;.
    hospital chairman, will shop for
    patients at the VA Hospital Tim-
    day. Board meeting will be at the
    home of Charlotte Mittler, junior
    vice president, Thursday. 8 p.m.
    Murray Solomon 243: Stella :in<(
    Sol I.ipton will service telecart
    Monday at the VA Hospital.
    Four Freedoms 402: Rae Foin-
    stein will shop Tuesday for the
    paraplegics at the VA Hospital.
    Volunteers visit the Hebrew Home
    for the Aged on Miami Beach
    daily to help feed and write letters
    for the patients.
    North Shore 677: Volunteers
    will service telecart Tuesday at
    the VA Hospital.
    Hialeah-Miami Springs 681: A
    ward party will be held Saturday
    evening at the VA Hospital: vol-
    unteers will service telecart at the
    VA Hospital Sunday.
    Point East 698: Irene Siegel. hos
    pilal chairman, and volunteers will
    service telecart Wednesday at the
    VA Hospital. They will also help
    to feed the patients on the 12th
    lloor.
    Harry H. Cohen 723: Ruth Frank,
    hospital chairman, and volunteer*
    will service telecart Tuesday at
    the VA Hospital. Sunday after-
    noon, volunteers will have a garru*
    party at the Hebrew Home for the
    Aged.
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    MIAMI BEACH HEBREW HOME FOR THE AGEty
    Record with deepest sorrow
    the tragic and untimely passing of
    ANNE STEIN
    beloved wife of our benefactor, Jack Stein
    Out heartfelt condolences go out to her children,
    grandchild and devoted parents
    Leonard Zilbert. President
    Mrs. Murray Kostoff, President Ladies Auxiliary
    Sidney Siegel, Executive Vice President



    itm If.lh Flrrfirtiiiiir
    Friday July 13, 1973
    Pan Am Offers Tips On
    Saving Dollars Abroad
    Even though prices in Europe
    have risen somewhat since a year
    cham >s a e they'll bo up even
    i I..... in the future. The dollar-
    wisi : i .r. elei p his xpenses
    i n without sacrificing the en-
    separate
    taurants.
    4. Think carefully before order-
    ing that dry martini or mint julep.
    The prices are often surprisingly
    id the quality of what the
    ii nl if a European trip this' bartender turn- up Is often surp is-
    summer by adhering to the follow-1 ingly low. Experiment instead with
    ing tips, according to Frank Kais- low-cost local wines, beer- and li
    !. taff vice president-Atlantic quors.
    k ting for Pan American World
    Airways:
    1. Ask your bank or American
    Express aboul the advantages of
    European ral n dollar trav-
    ( i: checks. Regardless of cur-
    rency i Iwaj B Hotels and res nurants usually give
    much owe i| -
    2. Save s '-""' dollars al h
    arrival and de larture point by tak-
    ing airport buses or trains rather
    than taxis int the city.
    3. Discovei where Europeans
    E and fol ow their examples
    rath than si eking to American-
    hot an ; ti urisl circuit res-1
    t.i in its Bu< gi ide hooks that
    I a good i let section such
    as Pan Am p >aek "Heal
    Eco Gui k i Europe"' and
    .,: Restaur nl Guide to Europe"
    I undei 2) and remember
    ! Europe a o irisl "bibl is"
    as the Iri sh Egon Ronaj
    Guide and Frenci Michelin have
    ists of Inexpensive res- touring, check on rail and bus dis-
    count tickets or consider renting
    a car. The Pan Am's World Rent
    \ Car program, offered in conjunc-
    tion with European agencies, often
    Droves li u expensive than its large
    'nternational rivals.
    H. Gel out ol the big cities for
    lower prices and for a iok at tin
    more traditional life. Experience
    France's Chateaux country. East
    ;rn Bavaria in Germany, southern
    Italy, northern Portugal, and west
    .rn Great Britain or Scotland.
    9. Consider the alternatives to
    Living in hotels. For instance, try
    Portugal's pousadas, state-owned.
    inexpensive and often charming
    rural Inns; camping; or staying In
    i farmhouse. Most European tour-
    i 1 boards now promote farmhouse
    loiidays, often in areas with many
    tourist attractions.
    10. when shopping, remembci
    iomethini expensive always ask Ithat you.often ua> ext.ra for. the
    ibout discounts for foreign .shop-
    5. Don't over-tip. Many Eu
    an hotel and restaurant bills in-
    cludi healthy service charges, and
    foreign cola- that American tour-
    ..-Is so distribute are often
    worth ."0 or 40 cent-.
    6. Go eas> on buying little gim
    micky souvenirs Many are shod-
    dily made, over-priced and de
    tincd for the trash can as soon as
    \>u get home concentrate ii lead
    n one or two objects you ca
    ver ears such as Italian
    eather goods, British woolens or i
    French perfumes. When buying
    ers Dut; I shopping facilities
    ire ale ;.' I'i'ile 111 mOSl Ear..
    pean airpi
    7. Don'l rent a car if you'n
    staj irij i i enter of car i logged
    cities like London, Paris. Rom<
    and Am ti lam. Insti ad utilize
    their excellent and inexpensive
    ublic trai em. II
    Zim Puts Fifth Ship
    Into Regular Service
    The C S Montr al, fifth in the
    projected Bix-sl ip 'leet of Zim Con-
    tainer Service, has been put Into
    irving In the Israeli Navy. He as
    sumed his first command in 19(16
    -the M V I aesarea, a cargo ves-
    sel that sailed the Mediterranean.
    Captain Katz v ill close the circ
    of hi-, trave iround th ib
    the '/. i i tfontri al calls on U S.A
    and n ports aion
    route.
    Opera in i n its home base
    porl of Haifa, the Zim Montreal
    and her sis er ships link the Medi-
    terranean with the United Sti es
    and i am ist Coast ports and
    the l S. W esl Coast at Los
    Angeles, as well as major trading
    centers in Japan, Korea. Taiwan.
    Hong K ing and Singapore.
    The parent company, Zim Israel
    Navigation Company, Ltd. is al-
    ready the ninth largest shipping
    line in the world. The rapid growth
    ol Zim Container Service as the
    flag car i 'f Israel helps the na-
    tion to move into its second quar-
    r ci ntury.
    CAPT. MtJUCHfM KATZ
    her I
    1 ilar car-
    .
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    ( call al
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    tioi
    ! fullj
    t. i ; i om
    i I Veteran publicist Edward H.
    < i ol i bridge and en- ,,.,. n .
    Werner left Miami Beach last
    overhead" at stores located on
    thoi ou fhfares Try to find
    away from the center of the
    pi> where you'll find the bargains
    hat Europeans look for.
    11. (heck carefully to deter-
    mine what air fare makes the most
    ense to you. If you're planning a
    iir. trip, the 22 45 day excursion
    fare is probably best, if you're
    inder 24 youth fares, again avail-
    able this summer, are the cheap-
    . -i way to travi I.
    1-'. After you've added up the
    os of traveling independently,
    oiopare it to one of Pan Ami
    Lours. Because ol special group
    .ales, lours often enable you to
    lav in a hotel von couldn't af-
    ford independently. Also, the price
    >f a tour package will not change
    regardless of whether there are
    further currency revaluations.
    Cemetery Burials
    Baek To Normal
    \s Crews Return
    NEW YORK (JTA) Jewish
    idii were buried here over the
    'uly 4 holiday despite the contin-
    uation of the grave diggers' strike
    igainst the 47 metropolitan area
    emeteries in its fourth week.
    The strike in the affected Jewish
    cemeteries was finally settled over
    he weekend, but not before the
    hairman of the Emergency Com-
    nittee for Jewish Burial, Rabbi
    Samuel Schrage, said that the corn-
    was having great dif
    'icu ty" getting volunteers to as-
    i-t i.i burials.
    He said 2.50H Jewish bodies were
    nbui d bi fore the si ttlement
    ' committee, which once had
    i inteers at the end had
    1 hi y buried 35 bodies on July
    I, brin; in< the total niunbe
    .''wisli bodies burii d b; the
    Ince the start o!
    accordii .
    aid that
    '< i I
    i I :
    n i
    ce of "i to the
    e of ] ce i
    ' r, Willy Tay
    r, is facing el s in com
    -: a v liunl ier at Mt. He-
    \n i Cemeter; Rabbi Schrag
    hat old people -are breaking thi ir
    bai ks" digging g aves with th \
    of young volunteers.
    RayvwAppobitmeiilToCitMBeiifi
    Advisorv Committee Is Confirmed
    The coral Gables City Commis- southeastern United States from
    sion confirmed the appointmeu! Maryland to Florida.
    of A. David Rayvis to the Citizens .
    Advisory Committee for Com-
    munity Improvement at its reg-
    ular meeting last month.
    Long active in the field of hu-
    man relations, Mr. Rayvis has been
    a member of the executive com-
    mittee of the Florida Regional
    loard of the Anti-Defamation
    League for many years and is
    >resently a member of the ADL
    board of trustees.
    A past president of Sholem
    e, B'nai B'rith, Mr. Rayvis has
    ervi d for 12 < i ars as Anti-Defa-
    nation League chairman for the
    Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith
    s as wed as tor B'nai B'rith
    District 5, which encompasses the
    A. DAVID RAYVIS
    Riverside Opens First Jenish
    Funeral Chapel In Broward Conntv
    Leonard Zilbert, president of "Our new Hollywood Chapel
    Riverside Memorial chapels. Inc. vas, therefore, carefull> sel cted
    jf Florida, has announced the ,, furnish all the lac.lilies and
    ipening of a new Riverside Chapel taff necessary to fu fill the needs
    n Hollywood, at 5801 Hollywood 0f the Jewish community from a
    Hvd. [standpoint of servici and con-
    The new Riverside is the first vtnient location,'" Mr Zilbert de-
    fowish funeral chapel in Broward dared.
    ounty. It represents a significant
    nhancemcpt of Rivi rsidi 's serv-
    ces to the Jewish community of
    he entire county.
    "We had received numerous re
    ine.-ts from rabbis throughout the
    ounty to provide our services I
    he mowing population ol Brow-
    rd." said Mr. Zilbert.
    The new Riverside Hollywood is
    located on Hollywood Boulevard
    i,..... i, im Fashi Moll and
    is in c o i proximity to all ci untj
    arterial roads.
    NOW in operation, the new !
    - Chapi will bi licat I by
    the Broward Ci unt> R il ii i \-
    sociation in the n< ar future.
    l intr ij i i
    h car-
    i ies a 34-man all-1 rew, is
    < mmanded b ( apt. M, nachem
    !. a 36-year-old Austrian-born
    Israeli who hi spent his entire
    eer in ma.- tin nits.
    naval acad-
    emy in Mich noret, Capt. Katz
    joined Zim as a cadet in 1958 after j Dade Country Club.
    Meanwhile, in Miami, there was
    , a Lack-to-work atmosphere, as
    week to join the American coif ,tm,.k Jewish (.,n-(.u.no> flM|lu|
    team that is participating in the l!lL'''' crews returning to
    Wcrld Mcccabiah Games in Is-
    rael. Mr. Weiner won the re-
    cent Foctligh'ers Club member
    ship tournament held at North
    grave-
    making further
    ling without
    union demands.
    Thing, have returned to normal ,
    at Mt. Nebo, Mt. Sinai and Star of |
    David Cemeteries the three struck
    Jewish cemeteries in the Greater!
    ' Miami area.
    Hloom installed As President Of
    N.AJP.H.GC. at 91st Convention
    Sam Bloom of Miami became the
    president of the National Associa-
    tion of Plumbing, Heating and
    looting Contractors during the
    organization's 91sl annual conveD
    lion in Houston. Tex.. last month.
    His installation was the high
    light of the the ceremony was conducted by his
    son, Ron. vice president of Sam
    Bloom Plumbers of Miami, who
    is a third generation master
    plumber.
    Sam is a past president of the
    Plumbing Industry Program of
    Miami, a member of the ( ertified
    Plumbers ol South Florida and the
    Metropolitan Dade County Contrac-
    tors Qualifying Board. SAM B10OM
    Ned Powers Joins Sales Staff Of
    Hartnett Realty in Coral Gables
    Miami radio p alitj Veil
    ined Hortm tt 1 ealty,
    Inc., ol Gabli ,...
    tal ales : ng |()
    id ;;. man.
    g< r of llic firm.
    ''".....ivi o w;:i
    '
    looh rj. M and at
    : Bosti
    ' hool ij I is ii ion.
    1 i rad oi
    lev
    i l k (
    lonai : idh
    i I 191
    10,
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    Tormenting Rectal Itch
    Of Hemorrhoidal Tissues
    Promptly Relieved
    In many cases Preparation H
    gives prompt, temporary relief
    from such pain and itching
    and actually helps shrink
    welling of hemorrhoidal tis-
    sues caused by inflammation.
    Testa by doctors on hun-
    dreds of patients si .owed thia
    to be true in many cases. In
    fact, many doctors, them-
    selves, use Prefxiration H or
    recoir.mend it for their fam-
    ilies. Preparation H ointment
    or suppositories.
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    OAOE COUNTY
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    "iN THE'CIPCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO. 73-1879
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    within ix ile'i.lar months from 111.
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    7n~THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    CASE NO. 73-152^7
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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 seas inal rati
    stari in at i mil i m i f only
    $285 iii" now in effeel tin
    December 7 for the 10-day crui program oi Holland i -
    S.S. X; iiu .'. si rdam
    from Port Evi
    according in the compa
    Thi iii -. which starl a !
    range upward I i '$8Ur> for out; it!e
    deluxe i abins. Th< prici in
    cludi ai nditi in rl shi|
    accommodations, all
    terta nn enl and oth ir i -' i
    land Ai ieiica".-i uniqut po
    no gratuiti requ .' o ap-
    plies in all of these crui les.
    Each of the Nieuw Amster-
    dam's 11 remainii rui ies for
    this season are identit al in I l
    they all i isil the same ports of
    call. These include Willemstad.
    Curaca i; La Guaira (for Caracas .
    Venezuela; St George's, Grenada;
    Basse-Terre and Pointc-a Pitre on
    Guadeloupe; and Charlotte Ama-
    lie. St. Thomas.. Departure dates
    for the cruises arc June 29. July
    27: August 6 and 17: October >.
    15 and 26: November 5, 16 and
    26: and December 7.
    The exceptions to this series of
    10-day cruises arc three eight-
    day ones which depart on July 9
    and 18 aim September 26. These
    will all call at the ports of Char-
    lotte Ainalie. St. Thomas; Philips-
    burg. St. Maarten: and San Juan.
    Puerto Rico. Rates on tin
    cruises start at S225 and range to
    a maxlnum of $715.
    A cruise to the Caribbean today
    (or anywhere else for thai mat-
    ter) means one of the last stands
    of the old-time art of pampering
    that has long been forgolten on
    land. On the Nieuw Amsterdam,
    the "treatment" starts immediate-
    ly after the ship has sailed. One
    rejoices at unpacking ail his suit-
    cases, hanging up his clothes a-
    in a hotel, and then storing his
    bags away for the next 1() days.
    A typical day at sea begins with
    breakfast in your cabin iif you
    wisin followed by a leisurely
    reading of the ship's daily pro-
    gram showing the events schi d-
    ulcd for the day. Next comes the
    great responsibility of actually
    having to decide whal to do. And
    the selection is enormous: toning
    up wilh morning exercises, prac-
    ticing golf shits undei the watch-
    ful eyes ol a pro. playing table
    tennis, taking a dip in the out-
    door pool, sun-bathing, shooting
    trap oi learning the latest dance
    steps in the morning so tha' _,ou
    can practice them at night in the
    Ritz 'id-it.hi Cafe or the Stuy-
    vesant 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, [f 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
    '. k. N'exl mofi d cisions
    at the up for
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    . i '
    chit oi
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    Next, a : di
    bath : i b; ii u
    I
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    i nines, pecial < an-
    tain' Wi .' i i
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    Of cour
    tractions ol the N eu i
    Amsterdam i :, I.,.-,
    the gong fir dinner, a
    great event i m the mak
    Vou'!I be ] with i
    after c urse
    one ol the t re
    afloat. All | | bj roll
    America's fi i
    members of tl i ic
    ( haine des
    famous gastri ,
    Follow; ig lere a
    show in the Gr id Hall b.
    pean and lists of
    stage and televi-i with lots of
    laushts, spoofi I opl t!cat-
    ed doings and dai i ; 11 tl. 1 ilc
    hours. Final I .
    officially cli i i
    for the "ni j i .... who '<
    go to bed. the I i -. Ba
    up. There i
    goes on, ofl h houi
    of the mo. ng Bu bel
    time don'I e tha
    around thi to brta
    the pure ai of tl in
    those blinking itai
    Another rea in i ;
    find these II i
    Nieuw An lerda
    the ports of tali. en
    to sampli
    Spain, En I, Frai .
    mark withou ', ail the
    waj to Eun
    For exai
    after lea> in
    i uracao who
    sterdam lo .. n I
    capital, whii
    parts by Sa bay. In tl
    city's Punt
    govcrnm bi s and I
    as well as
    strolling tl '
    at internal r
    drinks i:i ined
    cafes. In thi r sectio
    low n. called i ida. an
    shops. All mstad i-
    more intei
    iis tall, autl i
    pastel-coloi
    lite Dutch si- n clean ii
    their little
    At the cil; faikel
    boats fi i"-i "'
    miles away, t:i
    fruits and vegt iles. Cl
    the Queen Emma on bridj e
    which open- up 1
    ships pa: s throi h h mi
    town. Other inter sting sights to
    see are the Mik' e Israel Syna-
    gogue, the oldest one in the Wesl
    ern Hemisphere, and Forl 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
    ' qu nl ly atmos-
    the
    ic lusi., rtlue-gi ol
    F : : hip I' n
    ........
    of Caracas, .
    This youi rowing
    'i the ol with its

    .:'i.I M ith enoi
    iuad-
    . linted
    i'i v i oi -. I over the
    hilhi
    The heart ol th m w Caracas
    i i th .I. ir the Rocke-
    ' iler i nter of \ a an
    p >roup ol buildings cul-
    in two 32 si ry towers
    An I the city's .are com-
    ble to New York's Fifth Ave-
    nue But Caracas is not all ultra-
    mi 'nn In the old section you
    can visit Simon Bolivar's home
    In I is freedom tighter was
    bom ..ni the Nation,,'. Pantheon,
    his tomb. Also not to be missed is
    the fantastic cable car ride up to
    the mountain range surrounding
    he city You may find yourself
    -. .uifed in the low clouds at the
    top and the ride down is thrilling,
    e ith ;. marvelous view of the city.
    The cruise next calls a* Gre-
    nada, southernmost of the Wind-
    \ ard islands, which is oval in
    shape with a spine of volcanic
    mountains. Its primary crops are
    cocoa nutmeg and mace which is
    why the is'and is often referred
    '. l. Spice Island of the
    . Grenada is a photog-
    pher's delight and practically
    i) into its lush, mountain-
    i ith its swift, bub-
    streams is scenically re-
    I Also quite beautiful are
    ' -mailer islands and
    adjoin it.
    port of call i- St. George's.
    iai a's capital, which rises in
    ces around ts ha bt mak-
    I on i of thi ;. '.i'i -Mil"
    Wesl Indian ports, a walk
    .' I-i,i f Streel gives the vis-
    i -i vealing glimpse of West
    idi s trade as reflected b> the
    kvatcrfronl and you'll also
    ii in -.v .Market Square. Build-
    of interest include the
    I an Church. York House and
    ihe nl I Gregorian buildings on
    i i Carenage. Exploring the bat-
    tli n ents of Port G( i rgt. Fort
    Frederick and Old Forl gives one
    ;i uterestin lo ik into th"
    ton
    i m to visil Grai : Anse Bea< h,
    lie island s mosl notable
    ti hi ,-: attraction, which is among
    th most spectacular heath,- n
    the Caribbean. II stretches for
    \\.d palm-fringed miles and offers
    safe swimming in a setting that
    almost dreamlike.
    Gua leloupe is next on the
    Nieuw Amsterdam's itinerary
    hei iiie ship arrives at Basse-
    Terre for a short call to enable
    overland lour participants to get
    off, This in- i .i nti ':n-'
    study of the past, w'ih b. autiful
    Ii a 17th
    n :i-
    the 'Emei [tie of the (
    Guadtl
    ! '.. 11
    a nai i ailed
    on is a lush, mc
    region e i
    ,- .
    Hon.! I
    what less rugged and is I
    of our second port
    a I'd re.
    As in mo ;l Cat ib'oean citit -.
    Pointe-a-Pitre's churches and gov
    ernmenl buildings yield valuable
    in.-iglil into the i-land's past.
    Among the more notable of I
    are The Court of Law. Museum,
    and the St, Pierre and St. Paul
    Church. Outside of the city,
    Guadeloupe is girded by a shore-
    line roadway which offers spec-
    tacular seascapes. The region sur-
    rounding Soufriere offers many
    fine views complete with racing
    mountain torrents, hot spring*
    and dense rain forests. Nearby
    Trois Rivieres and its "Valley o:
    the Ancient Caribes" is a treasury
    oi Carib Indian art. On Grande-
    Terre, Le Mouie Beach has carved
    its way into ar. old cemetery
    where one can see petrified
    skulls outlined in the seaward
    rocks, Gosier and La Pergola are
    beaches dose to Pointe-a-Pitre.
    Next you arrive in St. Thomas,
    the island known as the "shop-
    ping paradise of the Western
    Hemisphere." Leaving the pier in
    Charlotte Amalie, you can drive
    to Bluebeards Castle, once a
    fortress, now a hotel. Here you
    can see the tower, carefully
    restored according to ihe original
    (dans. Leaving Bluebeard's, you
    can continue up Mafolie Hill to
    Drake's Seal, a lookout polnl
    which gives you a lovely view ol
    Magens Bay and out across Sir
    Francis Drake Channel to the
    man] American and British
    Virgin Islands nearby.
    Then it's on to Mountain Top
    Hotel where you sample the
    "speciality of the house" their
    world-famous banana daiquiri
    Charlotte Amalie' -;> .
    is next. It is difficult to mention
    the mans typ >s ol bi rgains avail-
    able here and mo >! of Ihei i
    duty-free price Anil, don I
    get i uston all 11 an extra
    S100 of duty-free rurchases in
    this port and you can I i
    full gallon ni "spirits back duty-
    free as well.
    Although St. Thorn.is is the last
    port of call, the ad-inline is no!
    over yet. There are several more
    days and nights i' time to
    reminisce and absorb what has
    been seen and to exchange ex-
    periences with fellow passengers
    and new friends before returning
    to Port Everglades.
    18 Caribbean
    For complete information and brochures on th-
    cruises sailing from Port Everglades write KoUant America
    c-. Department F. Pier 40, North River New Yoik. New York,
    I. or phone Fort Lauderdalc 5b'5-5588.
    Cruises
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    * fmrlcJi FI*rrHft0
    Friday. July 13. 1973
    1
    Arlosoroff Harder Opens a-" Ho! Issue After 40 Years
    Ninety of a total of 150 specially minted medals were
    ciwaided in recognition of exceptional service to the develop-
    ment of Israel tourism at a recant ceremony in New York
    Here Harold Seliqman (left) executive vice president of Four
    Star Tours, Inc., accepts award en behalf of his firm from
    .Amrarn Zur, Noith American representative of the Israel
    Ministry of Tourism; at right are Mrs. Bunny Grossinger,
    who also received a medal for her work in promoting Israel
    tourism, and Paul Grossinger, proprietor of Grossinger's
    Hotel, New York.
    Seagram Co. Names Mann
    V-P, Gen'l Sales Manager
    idenl of the affiliated Summit
    Marketing Company tor the past
    year, joined Joseph E. Seagram
    JERUSALEM (JTA) For-1
    eign Minister Abba Eban -aid here
    that there was no justification in
    reopening the Arlosoroff murder
    Investigation although the affair
    might be reviewed in the context
    of history.
    Eban was referring to the mur-
    der 40 years ago of the Zionist
    labor leader Haim Arlosoroff. in
    Tel Aviv. The case has never been
    olved. but interest in it has been
    revived recently as has some of the
    inter party strife it ensendered.
    Two members of Zionist re-
    visionist movement were tried
    for the crime and acquitted. The
    failure to bring anyone to jus-
    tice left a pall of suspicion that
    clouded Jewish politics in Pales-
    tine for years afterwards.
    Membsn of Herut, the ideologi-
    cal successors of the Revisionist
    movement, aw seeking to reopen
    ilie ease. Herut leader Menachem
    Beigin made a formal request for
    a judicial inquiry eight years ago
    which the Knesset rejected. It
    was revived last month on the 40th
    anniversary of the murder.
    Eban said there was historical
    value in reviewing the ease, lie
    the question that might be
    raised was win- internal conflicts
    among rival political go
    reach such a high pitch of hatrea
    thit some group--* described Dy.
    Chaim Wci/mann as Flavui -
    brother and the Jewish A?ertcy '
    the Jewish WAKE (the Moslem
    Institute).
    Arlo^roff. who was 34 when
    he was killed, headed the Political
    Department of the Jewish Aqency
    and was one ot the leading figures
    nf ih" M:r-ai faction, forerunner
    of Israel's Labor Party.
    George E. Mason, general man-
    it Sons. Inc. in 1959 as a field ager of Miami"s Pepsi-Cola Bot-
    tling Co, Inc. since early 1971,
    has been promoted to southern
    division manager of GCC Bev-
    erages, Inc., the firm's parent
    company, which is the nation's
    largest franchisee! Pepsi-Cole
    analyst, and was subsequently as-
    si-i:.d to Seagram Distillers Corn-
    cam where he held a succession
    of increasingly responsible sales
    posts.
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    SECOND SESSION
    JULY 21 TO AUGUST 18
    MOMl S. MANN
    John E. Heilmann. presidenf of
    Seagram Distillers Company, has
    named Jerome S. Mann as vice
    president and general sales man-
    Mr. Mann succeeds Andrew
    Zingale, who has resigned to pur-
    sue outside business interests.
    Seagram Distillers Company-
    markets Seagram's 7 Crown, Sea-'
    gram's V.O.. Seagram's Crown
    Royal. Seagram's 100 Pipers
    Scotch. Seagram's Benchmark
    Premium Bourbon, and Seagram's
    Extra Dry Gin.
    Mr. Mann, who has been
    In 1971. when Summit Market
    ing Company was established as a.
    sales division of Joseph E. Seagram bottler. His division includes
    & Sons. Inc.. Air. Mann was named j plants in Gainesville, Miami
    vice president and general sales and Jacksonville, Fla.; Atlanta.
    manager, j Athens, Gainesville and Savan-
    Mr. Mann, a native of Brooklyn, nah Ga., and Houston, Tex.
    N.Y., is a graduate of the Univer--------------------------

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    Mayor Ferre To Be Honored
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    Page 13-B
    IECAL NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICt UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    BE IS HEREBY r.lVKX thai
    f^persiKiM-ii. desiring to engage
    ness under the fictitious names
    TNI CLEAR MKim'IXK LAH-
    |Y: FERTILITY AND SEX-
    ASSOCIATES: JOSHUA I,
    RER'l. M.D F A Q.S. at 995
    Boulevard, N. Miami Beach
    Lto redster ssjd Mann- wiih
    :>f the Circuit Court of bade
    asTlorlda.
    I I STERNBERO, .\l D., P A
    AU0Sj^Hf< 7 13-20-27 :
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT
    IN NO FOR
    PAOF COUfiTV
    PPCBAT DIVIS'ON
    V PROTA1E NO. 73-4057
    F FRANK B DOWLINO
    Sn BE: I
    u F i -i i ::i;i:' i:iti:
    NOT' -E TO CREDITORS
    To All ("> i >i Ml I' !; H
    Ing Claim' I mandi IgalnsI Said
    Esta'
    You Etc hereby notified and required
    IHCjIignt .'iiV !.. ins and li.m.iiil-
    Which \' -11 '
    tate of r.i"i ii i' l :ii'i:i:i:n:ui': de-
    ceased lsi i "i Dad.- i .n''.. Florida,
    to Hit- Cir, nil .linlt'i- "f Dad<- i'huihv.
    nd file tin -alii" in duplicate and
    ae provided :n >. !' l-'l.....i.
    Statutes, in l Ik ir ..fliers in lh.- i'"in:-
    iv fourthou "i I'adi I'i'Uiilv. Flor-
    ida, within -ix calendar months from
    the time of the- first nuhli.-ation h.-rc-
    of or the same "ill Laired
    Filed at Miami. Florida this 1"
    day of Juh \ n i!'T:i
    GAYLA M. LEAN
    Aft Executrix
    First public-Htlnn of tills notice on
    the 13 day of July. 1973.
    MYRON' B. IIKKMAX. ESQ.
    Attorney for Executrix
    P.O. Box 1113
    N M B Fla. 331 i;m
    7/13-20-27 8/3
    ---------------------------------- ----------------!
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO. 73-3028
    In RE: Estate of
    SAMUEL. E. PKELL
    deceased. ._
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
    You are herehy notified and re-
    quired to present any claims and de-
    mands which you may have "famst
    the estate of SAMUEL E. PRfcL-L,
    deceased late of Hade County. PTor-
    ida to the Circuit Judges of Daile
    County, and file the same in duph-
    cate and as provided in Section ,.13.-
    16 Florida Statut-s in their offices
    in' the Countv Courthouse in Daile
    County^Florida within six calendar
    months "from the time of the first
    publication her. of. or the same will
    Filed at .Miami, this 2nd day of July.
    AD' MARGARET I'I'.EI.l. and
    BENNETT PRALL
    As Executors
    First publication of this notice on
    the 6th day of July. 1973.
    WALLACE N. MA Ell
    Attorney for Executors
    14*0 XW.M Av Suit. One
    Miami. FI. 3312.-, 7/6.13.20.27
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO. 73-3516 (BLANTON)
    in RE: Estate of
    JACOB V BECKER
    d< l .is. d.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditor* and All Peru ni i c.--.
    nig Claims oi Demands Against said
    Estate:
    Von an hereby notified and required
    to present any claims and demands
    which you may have against the es-
    tate of .IA(< Hi V BECK l-.K. di
    lati ol Dade County, Florida, to the
    Circuit Judges of Dade County, and
    snm< mi duplicate and as
    rovided In Section 733.IK. i i
    Statutes in 'I" Ir offici In the i 'oun
    UKl ll D inn l-'l. i
    hi th from
    [pub atlon here-
    in .i me nill In
    ,i ., Florida,
    Ii
    l ;;:. BEi KER
    A MloI
    Ul rif llll
    of July. 19"
    LEI PIlED
    I ...I \ 11 M-. IN
    . ... Executor
    ... | .;.,,. I. I ..I I

    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the ui : desiring to engagi
    in busini i s under the fli lltlouf
    of JOSEPH ASSOCIATES at 540
    West :;i-t street. Miami Beech, Flor-
    ida intend to register said name with
    ihe Clerk of the Circuit Courl of
    Hail. 1 OUnty, Florida
    GIMPEL OKIMI.AND
    IRVING KELLER
    LAW OFFICES OF
    A. JAV CRISTOL
    Attorney for Joseph Assm iat.s
    :'i Northeast First Avenue
    .Miami. Florida 33131
    7/13-20-27 3
    If

    11

    "
    Bu 'ki
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage in
    buslnesa-under the fictitious name of
    TERM AN FOOD SALES COMPANY
    (Not Incorporated) at 1920 Northeast
    124th Street. North Miami. Florida
    33161 intends to register said nun.
    with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
    of Dade County. Florida.
    HERBERT TEH.MAN
    CA1DIN.-ROTHKNBERG. KOGAN
    and KORNBUM
    TERMAN FOOD SALES COMPANY
    19 West Flaghr Street
    Miami. Florida 33130 .,,_,,
    OTICE OF ACTION
    STRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVII. ACTION NO. 73-15818____
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    MARIA ESTHER liONZALEZ
    ESPINOSA.
    Wife,
    and
    1SIDORO ESPINOSA.
    Husband. ___
    TO: ISIDORO ESPIN"SA
    AveHlda II No -. 413
    AptO. 1 ;.
    Mariamtm. Havana, i til.a
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
    riage ha been filed against you ami
    you are required to serve a copy of
    your wrltt. i defenses. If any. to it
    on HAROLD CEASE, attorney for
    Petitioner, whose address is 'J,J West
    Flakier Stre.-t. Miami Florida, and
    file the original with tin- clerk of the
    above styled curl on or l.cfore Au-
    gust 10. 1973: otherwise a default will
    be entered against you for the relief
    demanded in the c. mplaint or peti-
    Thls notice shall he published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FI.oRIDIAN.
    WITNESS mv hand and the seal
    of said Court at Miami. Florida on
    tills 29 day of June. ll'"3.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    Bv B. J. FOY
    jf As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    HAROLD CEASE. ESQ.
    2729 7 Miami. Florida 3313G
    Atorney for Petitioner .^.^
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    CENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    CASE NO. 73-15883
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
    .N V ICSTUS
    Petitioner.
    WILLIAM EDMFD JUSTUS
    Respondent.
    VOl' William Eilmud Justus, c/o
    Mr Justus. K4 Patterson Street,
    ileinleisonvllle. N.C.. ARE HEREBY
    NOTIFIED 'I'M FILE your written
    response to this action for dissolu-
    tion of marriage, with the ru-rk of
    the above Court, and serve a cony
    upon Petitioner's Attorneys, YON
    /.AM FT .v SMITH. Suite 4K 420
    South Dixie Highway, Coral Gables,
    Florida 38146, on or before the in
    dav of August, 1978, else the Petition
    for Dissolution of Marriage will i>e
    taken as confessed.
    DATED: JUN 2'1973.
    RICHARD P. DRINKER
    Clerk. Circuit Curl
    By: C. P. COPELAND
    Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    7 $-18 20-21
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO. 73-1960
    In RE: Estate of
    SAMUEL F. GREENBI.ATT
    deceased,
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    " ims or Demands Against Said
    EstaUI
    are hereby notified anil re-
    quired to present any claims and de-
    mands which you may have against
    the estate of SAMI'KI, F. GREEN-
    i.i.a i r deceased late of Dad. Coun-
    ty, Florida, to the Circuit Judges of
    Dade County, and file the same in
    duplicate and as provided in Section
    733.Ill, 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 publication hereof, or the same
    will be barred.
    Filed at Miami. Florida, this 3 day
    of July. A.D. 1973.
    JEANNE G LEWIS
    As Executrix
    First publication of this notice on
    In i, dav ,,f July. 1973
    MORTON B ZEMBL. ESQUIRE
    Attorney for Estate
    .iuitc 111. 16666 N.E. Huh Avc
    North Miami Beach. Florida
    f/6-13-20-27
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    In business under the fictitious name
    of mi.[{TON Ii ZEMEL, ATTORNEY
    AT LAW at 16666 N.E. IMh Avenue.
    N. Miami Beach 88162 Intends to reg-
    ister said name with the Clerk of
    the Circuit Court ol Dade County.
    Florida.
    MORTON IS ZEMEL
    ATTORNEY AT LAW. PA.
    7 6-18-20-27
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the fictitious name
    .f HOUSE OF 18-RA at S2S N.E. 29th
    Street, Miami. Fla. intend to register
    said iiam. with the Clerk Ol the Cll
    CUlt lourl of Dade County, Florida.
    HELANE BALDWIN
    HERBERT MONTIER
    Morton M. Beige]
    Attorney for Applicant:
    223U IV. Flagler St.. Miami 3313a
    . 0-18-20-27
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned desiring to engage
    in business under the fictitious name
    Of ALAi'AN FURNITURE at 434 Col-
    lins Avenue. Miami Peach, intends to
    register said name with the Clerk of
    the Circuit Court of Dade County.
    Florida.
    ISSAI8 ALACAN
    7/6-13-20-27
    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
    I'llll Jl' MEDVIN,
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    PROSPECT CEMETERY
    ASSOCIATION;
    W .i M. I.Fa m. JR., Bf Ancillary
    Administrator of thi Estati of
    ELIZA II \\ II KES el al.
    I '< fendants.
    ro GRACE HEWLETT, .....f niar-
    I led, ------ i ui. Smith-
    low n Branch, Suffolk I ounts. Ni w
    York:
    iLIZABETH WOOD, and if m
    ------------. her husband residen un-
    HENRY I. V.....D, .' d If n
    M'UCtU
    own;
    . 11.1,1 \ \l VVOOI
    .
    \NNIE I. CROSS.UA N i
    hi
    .
    ITHEI. k\ DAN.'
    iand,
    New I'..in-.
    HAZEN DANA, and If
    DANA his wife, f.urkel
    \ \\ 11., mi"-.
    5ELLA MITCHELL, and
    li. r husband, \i '' 81 James
    Plai .. Brooklyn, New Yi >i
    II l.i.V OSBORNE, and I
    . lor husband H" vi. ,,
    - i' I, Brook yn, New York:
    iHE HECTOR, CHURCHWARDENS
    AND VESTRYMEN OF ST JOHN'S
    ''lli'Ri'll Huntington, Suffolk i oun-
    ty, N< w York:
    SAAC R 8WEZEY, as Co-Executor
    and i'..-Trustee of the Estate of
    ELIZA H. W1CKES. deceased, Vine-
    yard Road. Huntington, Long Island,
    New York:
    \\.\A E. RHOADES, and if married,
    ------------. her husband. 131 Lchigh
    Avenue Newark, New Jersey;
    ESTATE OF GEO/.ciE W. RHOADES.
    .Mailing Address Clerk of Surrogate
    Court. Essex County, New Jersey;
    WILL FRAZIER, anil if married.
    ------------- FRAZIER. his wife, residence
    unknown:
    DELITY MAE ADDISON, and if mar-
    ried -------------. her husband, residence
    unknown:
    DENNIS ADDISON. JR.. and if mar-
    ried ------------- ADDISON, his wife.
    residence unknown;
    NELLIE E. COLLINS, and If mar-
    ried. ------------, her husband. R< nss,l.ai'.
    New York;
    MARY HELEN SMITH, and if mar-
    ried. ------------, her husband, residence
    unknown:
    CALVIN HANNA. and if married.
    hanna. his wife, residence
    unknown:
    HUNTINGTON HOSPITAL ASSOCI-
    ATION, Huntington. Long Island. \.w
    York:
    THE CHURCH CHARITY FOUNDA-
    TION OF LONG ISjLAND. 480 Herkl-
    mer Street, Brooklyn New York:
    FAITH HOME FOR INCURABLES,
    r.4; Park place. Brooklyn, New York;
    ST. PHEBE'S MISSION. INC. 125
    DeKalb Avenue, Brooklyn, New York:
    society of ST JOHN LAND, Sunk-
    en M.adow Road. Brooklyn. New
    Voi'k;
    FULTON TRUST COMPANY or
    NEW York, as Co-Executor and Co-
    Trustee of the Estate of ELIZA H
    VVICKES. )4v Broadway, New York,
    and its successor. NEW YORK
    TRUST COMPANY, Huntington.
    I Long Island. New York;
    PROSPECT CEMETERY ASSOCIA-
    TION" Ul-18 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.. a dis-
    solved Florida Corporation, address
    unknown; and M A C CORPORA-
    TION, a dissolved Florida Corpora-
    tion address unknown.
    SALVATION ARMY INC.. lS'J Mon-
    tague street. Brooklyn, New York
    Each and all of the aforenamed
    Defendants, if living and if dead. his.
    her or their unknown devisees, gran-
    tees, assignees. Honors, creditors,
    trustees, administrators or other par-
    ties claiming by. through under or
    against tiu- said Defendants, and all
    persons or parties, whether natural
    or corporate, known or unknown.
    having or claiming any right, title
    claim or interest, if any. of any kind
    or nature whatsoever in anil 10 the
    following described real property, ly-
    ing being and situate in Had, Coun-
    tv. Florida, to-wit:
    Lots '.:: and '-'4 in lilock 4. of
    FLORIDA CITY HIGHLANDS,
    ... rdlng to the I'lat thereof, n -
    corded In I'lat Book 20, at Page
    86. of the Public I: cords of Dade
    County, Florida:
    Lot LESS the Northeast IS
    f. el then of, In Block 14, of PER-
    RINE SUBDIVISION, according
    to the I'lat thereof, recorded in
    I'lat Hook "B." at Page 79, of the
    Public Records of Dade County.
    lots ,' 21 and 22 in Block 7. ol
    REDLAND BOWERS according
    to the I'lai thereof, recorded in
    Flat Hook 22, at Page 4V, of the
    Public Records ol Dade County.
    Lot II*'in Block 3, of HAMPTON
    PARK, according to the Plat
    thereof, recorded In I'lat Book
    4v at Fag.- 58, of the Public Rec-
    ords of Dade County. Florida:
    The S1* of the \\': NW'i Of the
    SE>4 ot ihe NE'i of the
    S\\', LESS 111. 20 feet and LESS
    the North 4" Lei of the South 7"
    f.et ,,f the West ISO feet and
    I ESS 'I" South 7.". feet of the
    North I'- feet of the West 130
    feet In Section If, Township SB
    South. Range 40 East, lying and
    being in Dad, County. Florida
    Vlil', the above named Defend-
    ants are hereby notified that a Bill
    of Cnmnla above described lands has been filed
    ae-i list \nu and VOU are re,mired to
    serve a copy of your Answer or other
    Pleading to the Bill of Complainl on
    Plaintiffs attorney: ___,.,
    PHll-ll" MEDVIN, ESQ1 IRE
    10S2 Dul'ont Building
    Miami. Florida 33131
    and file the original Answer or Plead-
    ing in the office of the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court on or before the 3 day
    of August 1H73. If you fail to do so.
    judgment by default will be taken
    against you for the relief demanded
    in the Bill of Complaint.
    This notice shall be published once
    tacb week for four consecutive weeks
    IFCfll NOTICE
    In THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Dade County. Florida this 27 day of
    June. 1 !>73.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER. Clerk
    t Ircult Court. Dad( County. Florida
    By: A. Walsh
    Deputy < 'lerk
    I :'n 7 '6-13-20

    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: VI" IPTION OF
    IIRI W MARTIN l EVINR,
    a M im r
    I Tt 'i: Li iPEZ
    -
    r< .. CHAEI H H.l IA II LEX '
    i. || I Oil-Ill
    VOU I IFIED
    I lillol \.lo;.-
    I list >ou and
    \ nil :ii i|iy "I
    "io n II
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    kvenu dn, and
    I wiih tin
    II v. ll CO
    .n. y
    I 111 tl mplalul or

    This i dl hi nuhllshi d once

    w
    WITNESS hand and lh. Circull Courl
    . rida on
    Jum
    RICIIAR1 P HRIJ KER.
    Clerk. I 'Ircuil 'ourt
    1 >ade i '"ini'v Florida
    Bs C, 1' ci IPELAND
    As Denut) ci.rk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    DAVID E STONE ESQ.
    STONE 8O8TCHIN. P.A,
    Ml N.W. I2th Ave.
    Miami. Florida 33128
    Attorney tor Petitioner
    .'. : 7 6-lS-l'a
    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: The Marriage of
    ELLA MAY DAY.
    Wlf*
    and
    HI.ANTON I'KTERll.l.A DAY,
    im band,
    TO: BLANTi >N PHTERILIA DAY
    :'!'::" Bang., s
    I letroit, M ItiilKi 'i
    YOP ARE HEREBY NOTIr ED
    thai an action foi ; i
    i iagi hai i" ii i
    \ ..ii are reQUli ed to
    \. in written defen
    ..ii PAI'L i W y foi
    hi
    coin Road Suit'
    Florida I I
    with th k "
    court on or hefon Vugusi ; l:<73;
    defaul till
    l foi ri del
    in th.
    I i
    .... i: ^^ :. fi r foUl '
    THE JKV DRIDI '. M
    w ITN ESS my I and thi
    said i in t al .vi oi
    _ das I rum
    RICH llll) !' BRINKER
    As Clerk, > 'ircuil our!
    D.oi. County, Florida
    lly I. SNEEI EN
    As 11. nir 'Ii rk
    Si;:', i
    Ac-
    .IFF
    has
    lion
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION I Estate:
    CASE NO. 73-15227
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    Til,I.IE GONSHOR,
    Plaintiff
    ZAVEL MILEWICZ a.'k/a
    EI.I.Y MILEWICZ. .t al..
    Defendants.
    TO: JOSEPR GONSHOR
    *:,"/. Ador Israel
    ?"OU ARE NOTIFIED that an
    tlnn for DEI LARATORY RE1
    ..ml TEMPORARY INJUNCTH >N
    been filed against you This
    directly effects your interest In
    Savings Account No. 41590 and
    Certificate No. 00-01221 in the
    name ol JOSEPH GONSHOR in
    trust for JOSEPH GONSHOR
    deposited in Washington Federal
    and Savings and Loan Associa-
    tion: Certificate No. :t:ts in the
    name of JOSEPH GONSHOR in
    trust for JOSEPH GONSHOR de-
    posited in Financial Federal and
    Savings Loan Association a k a
    Miami Beach Federal Savings and
    Loan.
    You are requested to serve a copy ol
    your written defenses, if any. on
    Tragcr and Schwartz. Plaintiffs At-
    torney, whose address Is ::"l Arthur
    Godfrey Road. Miami Beach. Flor-
    ida 21140 n or before August I, 1*73
    and file the original with the Clerk
    Of this Court either before service
    on Plaintiffs attorney or immedi-
    ately thereafter, otherwise a Default
    will be entered against you for the
    relief demanded in the Complaint or
    Petition
    WITNESS MY HAND and the seal
    of this Court on June 2fi. 1973.
    RICHARD BRINKER
    As Clerk of the Court
    By A. J. RIVAS
    Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    TRACER AND SCHWARTZ
    Attorneys At Law
    Jefferson National Bank Itldg.
    :|nl Arthur Godfrey Road
    Miiimi Beach, Florida 11140
    6 29 7/I-J2-20
    INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    c NOTICE OF ACTION
    TILI.IE G< i.NSHOR.
    Plaintiff.
    z 'VEL MILEWICZ a/k/a
    Kl.l.Y MILEWICZ, el al .
    11, fendants
    TO; CITEI. /.ll BERBERG
    a k a TUVA KASPI
    Kfar Vltkln, Israi l
    vi ,r \i:f. N< iTIFIEI thai an Ac-
    tion for DECLARATORY RELIEF
    AND TEMPORARY INJUNCTION
    has been filed agalnsl you Tins ac-
    ti......irectly effects your Interest In
    Certificate No, 1179, Account No.
    55955-0 in the name of JOSEPH
    GONSHOR In trust for OITEL
    ZILBERBERG at the Financial
    Federal Savings and loan Assoc-
    iation a k a Miami Beach Fed-
    eral. Savings Certificate No.
    00-04271 in the name of JOSEPH
    GONSHOR in trust for GITEL
    ZILBERBERG Account No. 41594
    in the nam. of JOSEPH GON-
    SHOR in trust for CITED ZIL-
    BERBERG. both on.....eding ac-
    counts deposited In Washington
    Federal Savings and Loan Asso-
    ciation,
    You are requested to serve a copj
    of your written defenses, If any, on
    Tragcr and S.hwartz. Plaintiffs At-
    torney, whose address is 301 Arthur
    Godfrey Road Miami Beach. Florida
    JS14.....i or l.cfore August I, 1973 and
    hie the original with the Clerk of
    this Curt either l.cfore serve, on
    Plaintiffs attorney or Immedlate'j
    thereafter, otherwise a Default will
    he entered again-1 you for tl" reliel
    di man.i.d in the Complaint or Pi ti-
    tion. .
    WITNESS MY HAND and thi seal
    of this Court on June 26, 1973.
    RICHARD BRINKER
    As Clerk of tin Curt
    By A. J. RIYAS
    Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    TRAGER AND SCHWARTZ
    Attorneys At Law
    Jefferson National Bank Bldg.
    :i(.l Arthur Godfrey Road
    Miami beach. Florida 33140
    <, I'S. 7.0-13-20
    K\\ ITNEY .v KH.....'
    llj PAUL KV. ITN BY
    i l.lncoh Road, Suite ".il'
    M ,.i im B, ni I, Florida
    Attorn, y foi I'.n.......r
    (1 j:i 7 6-J
    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
    EDWARD DIMPLE
    dec. as' d
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    You are hereby notified ami reuuired
    to present any claims and demands
    which you may have against the es-
    tate ot EDWARD CI.-II'I.E dec.-as.it
    late of New Haven County. Connec-
    ticut to the Circuit Judges of Daile
    County, and file the same in dupli-
    cate and as provided in Section
    733.16, Florida Statutes, in their of-
    lio.s iii th. Countv Courthouse In
    Dade County, Florida, within six cal-
    endar months from the time of the
    first publication hereof, or the same
    will bi ban ed
    Filed at Miami. Florida, this L'lst
    day of June. A.D. 1971.
    EDWIN M GIN8BURG
    As Administrator
    First publication of this notice on
    th, j'.i day of .lun.. 197J.
    LEON KAPLAN
    Attorney for Administrator
    1428 Bricked Avenue
    Miami. Florida :;;|131
    6/29 7/6-11-20 .
    INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    No. 73-15385
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    In Re The Marriage Of
    FANIE LOTHIN. Wife and
    jean PHILIPPE LOTHIN,
    Husband
    TO: JEAN PHILIPPE LOTHIN
    Department dea Finances
    Port-Au-Prince. Haiti
    YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
    a Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
    riage has been filed against you and
    you are her. by reuuired to serve a
    copy of your answer or other plead-
    ing to the Petition on the Wife's at-
    torncv. LESTER ROGERS, whoso ad-
    dreat is: 1454 N.W. 17 Avenue. Miami.
    Florida, ."..iljr.. and file the original
    with the Clerk of the above styled
    court, on or before the .11 day of
    July. 1H73. or a Default will be en-
    tered against you
    DATED this _'.", day of June. 1973.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    By: C P. COPELAND
    Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court S. all
    6/29 7/6-13-20
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO. 73-3686
    In RE: Estate of
    ROSE J. MUELLER.
    'I.....ised
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    Von are hereby notified and reuuired
    t0 preSOnl any claims and demands
    which vou may haw against the es-
    tate "I ROSE .1. MUELLER, deceased
    late of Dad. County, Florida to the
    Circuit Judges of Dade County, and
    file the same in duplicate and as
    provided in Section 721.16, Florida
    Statutes, in then offices in the Coun-
    ty Curthous, in Dade County. Flor-
    ida, within -i\ calendar months from
    the time of the first publication hen
    of, or the same will be barred.
    Filed at Miami. Florida, this -Z
    day of June. A D 1971.
    Edi Itrudia Elisabeth Mueller
    Brunhild, Julianne Mueller
    As Co-Exeiull ices
    First publication of this notice on
    lh. 29 daj Of June. 1973.
    KURT WBLLISCH
    Attorney for Co-Executricea "f
    Esl tti of Rosi J Mueller
    ' Aim.iia Avenue Suite L't"i-E
    Coral Gables, Florida 13114
    6/29 7 8-1
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
    th. undersigned desiring to engage
    In business undei the fictitious name
    of SERF" O ENTERPRISES at 1214
    Normandj Drive, Miami Beach. Flor-
    ida int. nds to register said name with
    the Clerk of thi Circuit Court of Dade
    County, Florida.
    SURF AIR CONDITIONING. INC.
    ALAN H. SHIRES, president
    FREDERICK SPIEGEL
    Attorney for Applicant
    101 N.W. 12 Ave.
    Miami. Florida 13128
    C/29 7/6-13-20


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    . k**l*t fhuridtfor
    Friday,. July 13. 1973
    LtGAL NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    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. 73-14?6
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IE: Till: M VHRIAOE OP
    \.\ I OMAI.I.EY
    and
    \\ n.I IAM BART. O'MAI.I.KY
    Tl >: \\ II.I I VM KARL UAI.I.KV
    Kesideni I'ns nv ii
    yol' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    II n action foi l iIhkoIuII.....' Mai -
    hBM h. ell I'.1"' I v" ;""'
    1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT.
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    No. 72 14061
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN Rl' Tl......i.....I
    DNATHAN < .A V
    Husband,
    ANNI8 lill.W.
    Wife.
    vi ii". ANNIS rjRA v. resldem un-
    known, are reijulred to file your -. r* -
    swi i lo ihi netlt ion f<
    i
    > mi are 11 iiulred lo -- i i a
    v m rltten defcnsi It an).
    ST \\l.i:v P. KAPLAN, Bllornej
    1 ...... !i"-' |il>-.
    ,- Ituilding. I' Wesl l-'i.oil--'
    s Miami, Horldn 1130. and rue
    thi m ,, ; Hi.' clerk "i ill''
    ...,'. i courl or Ii r< July
    7 .... ull v in be
    , ,. i,i nKiilnel you for Ihe relief de-
    ,1 in ii., i nmiilnlnl or i>. I
    Thl..... -i all bi uubllnh< 'I once
    week x'f four Utlvi l'i i ki
    In TIIK JEWISH Fl.oRUilAN.
    WITNESS my hand mid Hi*
    . ...iii mi Ml iml Florida on
    lune, ": '
    RICHARD r BRIXKER
    \- ("jerk, i 'Ircull Court
    bade County, Plorlda
    By R. M KI88EE
    As l>. I'llty Cll ik
    (Cln uii Court Seal)
    0 22-20
    '1' marriage
    above Courl
    uii.'ii ii.-
    --. ilutlon
    nl, the Clerk "f n.o
    l serve a copy il reof
    Cohen, Esq 1310-11
    Miami, Ploi Ida "i
    :.. "i eli>< i" iui"!'
    |,y ..I' i'. : rresS rtidt
    In it on I I efore Julj
    u Hi In- rnnfe*
    Utted: .Tuni 1978,
    RICHARD P BRIXKE
    I:\ II M. KIS
    Clerk
    (Cln ull !oui. -' '
    r.->3
    NOTICE UNDEH HCTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'hat
    ihe undersigned, desiring to enlace
    in business under the fictitious name
    of SMILE BBAt'TY SHOP ttl W Mir-
    acle Mil'. Coral Gables, Plorlda In-
    tend to reglstel said name with tho
    Clerk "f the Circuit Court ol Dude
    County. Florida.
    I.I1.IA PERRER
    MARTHA SI'ARKZ
    1 in'HDKS C. HERNANDEZ
    PRIEDMAN ANIi LIPCOX
    \ irneys for Purchasers
    S737 s.w. ili St.. Suite I":'
    Miami, Florida 3:1134
    I t 7/6-ll-M
    6-13
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    M ri'h "E is Mi REBY IIIVEX thai
    the undersls liini
    u
    of I' -I..M PATIO BAR AMi URILL
    S'ol'tl .- TT11 A' el Ui Mi-
    ami. Florida, Intend i" register said
    name uiih tin Clerk "i the Ircull
    name with ill- "lei k of i he Circuit
    Courl of Dade I'nuniy Florida,
    MORTON SCHWARTZ
    KICHARII Kl I-1.A
    KRAMER AXDTELAXDER, I' A.
    Uj San ford ll Kramer
    Attorneys for
    Richard Kulla and Morton Bchwarti
    7 6-13-20-27
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JLDICIAL CIRCUIT.
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    No. 73-16354
    GENERAl JURISDICTION D'VISION
    NOT'CE BY PUBLICATION
    IX RE: The man Inge of
    HERIBERTi SAN1 A CRUZ.
    11 ii- hand,
    and
    XI iR \ PEREZ I!-: ALDERETE.
    \\ Ife.
    Y'ir. XORA PEREZ DE AL-
    i BRETE, 37 Inman Street, Cam-
    bridge Mass., are reaulred to fill
    your answer to thi petition for dls-
    aolutlon of marriage with the clerk
    of the above Courl and nerve n conj
    upon Hei 'nan i 'ohen, Esq .
    Congress Bldg., Miami, Flor-
    ida, on or before August 13, 1978, or
    - ; ilion >\ ill i i*i nf -ased,
    I luted: July K. I'-M
    RICHARD I' 111: INK Kit
    i 'i. rk cult I' 'Urt
    By B. .1. FOY
    l'. out] Clerk
    ii 'ircull ""UI I Si
    T IP-20-2
    Funeral Services Held for Mrs. Pred
    Services were held Sunday. July
    !8. at Riverside Cl ape! for Mrs
    a Pred of Miami Beach, who
    died Thursday, July 5, Interment
    followed in Mount Ncbo Cemetery.
    Mis. Pred, a resident of .^ lUth
    Florida f": the pasl 28 years, cime
    here from Pender, Neb. she was
    a board membar of the Sisterhood
    of Temple Beth Shelom. and he
    longed to Hadassah and Eastern
    Star,
    Survivors include her son. Stan-
    ley Pred of Miami; two daughters,
    Ft lice Mr G< ra rJ) Schwartz of
    South Miami and Jan (Mrs. Arnol I)
    Kihri.k of .Minneapolis, Minn.: her
    Harriet Rudy of Atlantic City. N..).,
    and nine grandchildren.
    Otto Klemperer
    Dead at Age 88
    PARIS fJTA) Burial serv-
    ices u, ii held :it the Ji wish ceme-
    i\ in Zurich Wednesdaj for Olto
    Klemperer. who died in nis h.^nie
    in Zurich Friday at th< age of 88.
    The conductor, rega ded as one
    tf the century's foremo I interpret-
    ers of Bet thi 'en an I o ber Gt r-
    i.'i: b irn i wish hut
    eont Roman i icism at
    brother. Samuel Marks of Philadel- lh tjm(, (,; hig m!,:.,,t. ir,i>).
    8/3
    IN 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 UK: Estate "f
    IRVING U 11.1 'AX.
    deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    T" All Creditors and All Parsons Hnv-
    InK Claims or Demands Attains! Bald
    Ksi.ite:
    You are hereby notifiid and reaulred
    in present any claims and demands
    which vi.u may huvf iiKuinvt I lie es-
    tate ui IRVINQ wil.l'AN deceased
    late "f liinie i'iiumu, Florida to the
    Circuit Judges <>f Dade County, anil
    file thi same in duplicate and :is nn>-
    vlded in Section 7S3.16, Plorlds Stat-
    utes, in their offices in the County
    i' urthouse In Hade County, Florida,
    within six calendar months from the
    tlmi ui' Uje first publication hereof,
    or ihe same ill be i
    im.-.i al .Miami. Florida, this lsih
    day "i June, A.D. 1973.
    1.II.I.IK \\ ,1 CAN'
    A- Executrix
    Firsl nubl'catli." '' this notice on
    ii-- 2 dav "i June, 1973.
    I'VI'KN ft NKVINS
    A11 in s for Executrix
    s_'-. Allan P.odfn > Road
    ml Beai h Floridi 13140
    '::-''
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO. 73-3890
    in RE: Estate of
    KMll.lO lilUSi AVTIM
    deceased,
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    'I'., mi Credll v- ..id All Persons llnv-
    I Inx Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estati :
    Y"ii arc hereby notified and re.
    nuired i" present any claims ami de-
    mands whi.ii you may have against
    Ihe estate "f KMll.lu ItlU Si'AX-
    tixi deceased late of Dadi County,
    Florida, to the Circull Judges "i Dadi
    County, ami file Mi.- smi' in dupli-
    cate and as provided In Section ?:::.-
    in. Florida Statutes, In their offices
    in ihe County Courthouse in Dade
    County, Florida, within six calendar
    months from Ihe time of tin- first
    publication hereof, or the same will
    h,. barred.
    Piled at Miami. Florida, this :: da)
    of Julv. A.I). 173.
    MiHAl.lA BRUSCAXT1XI
    As Administratrix
    First publication of this notice on]
    iii.. it day of July, 1973.
    Prepared by AL.KRED D, li!i:i.KV
    Attorney
    in W. Flagler St,
    Miami Fla 33130
    7 l3-20-> 8 3
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
    iii, undersigned, desiring to i
    in business under the fictitious name
    "V KORTEC CONTRl'CTORS Bl '-"i
    Northwest 74lh Avenue, Miami. Flo-
    rida iniends lo register said name
    uiih ihe Clerk of Hi,- Circuit Court
    of Dade t'ouniy. Florida
    l-i IRTEC CONSTRCCTORS
    By: George Sampas, Resident Agent
    George Sampas, Esquire
    Attorney for
    FORTEC CONSTRCCTIRR
    120 1 i......In Road, Suiic L'l l
    Miami Beach. Florida 33131
    ii L5-S2-29 7 6
    phia, Pa.: two sisters, Mrs
    Fein of New York City ami Mrs
    Services Held Monday For
    Mrs. Anne Stein, Age 47
    Funeral services were he!;! Mir
    day at Riverside Chapel for Mrs
    Anne Stein. 47. of Miami, who
    passed awav Sunday. Jthy 8.
    Mrs. Stein, who came to Flor
    !.: later i verted to Judaism and
    became : cittoen of Israel in 1970.
    Klemoerer was born in Bieslau
    and achieved musical fame early
    in his career. The advnt of the
    Nazis forced hint to flee Ger-
    many and, in 1!>34 he tame to
    the United States.
    In in:j3. lie underwent surgcry
    ror a hrain tumor and his conduct-
    ing career remained in hiatus un-
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO. 72-6566 ---.
    in RE: Estat, of | ETTINGER
    ICAi'llF.I, SAKOWITZ
    deceased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    T" All Creditor.- and All Persons Hav-
    Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You arc hereby notified and re-
    quired to present an> claims and de-
    mands which roll may have against j
    the estate of Kachi Bakowlts. de- ,
    ceased late ol Hade County, Florida,
    to the Circuit Judge* of padc Coun-
    ty, and file the sain.- in flupllcBti
    and as provided In Section 733.16,
    Florida Btatuti-s, in their offices in'
    Ihe County Courthouse in Dade Coun- ,
    ly. Plorlda, within six calendar months,
    from the time r)f ih. first puhllca-
    I'oii h.rcof. or Ih. same will hi
    harred,
    Filed at Miami. Florida, this 6 day
    of July. A.D. 1973.
    THE" .1 BAKOW1TZ
    a- Administrator
    Fir. i publication of this notice on -,,......
    Ii. da> "i July, I CHANIN
    ; 13-20-21 8 "
    ida 27 years ago from Bayonne. j til the mid-1950s. Klemperer led
    N.J.. is survived hy her husband, i the London Philharmonic Orchestra
    Jack; sons Larry. Mark and Steven: : for 14 years. During his latter years
    daughter-in-law Linda, grandson I he lived in Switzerland but held
    Michael, and her parents, Mr. and both West German and Israeli citi-
    Mrs. Irving Frank. j zenship.
    Doris S. :I. of 2530 s\v 21 Terr
    passed away Tues. Bhe had mad"
    her home here '" the oasi i" vi -
    coming from V'nnkers. N V. Mrs
    Ettlnger had been verv active \>
    Ihi 1'isi.rn Star The Blketti th
    ['.a '".i i i luard Auxlllni y, thi Re-
    hi Kali Lodge of in.h i'.inI.i'I ii'"'."
    uf Odd Fellows and the American
    \ .-i- i. -i l AliMlia-v Sh. is .',,.-viv.-
    by her husband Army Captain Ar-
    thur Ettlnger, retired, a son Allan
    Martin Ettlnger, daughters Adrl-
    enne Rose silver r.nd Arlene llar-
    rlel C'nrh both of Miami A hmthe
    Sam Joseoh Snerber ol Miami. ?
    sisters, ffidythe Lefcoe of Miami and
    Pauline Bchwarti of Wesi Palm
    Beach, 4 grandchildren Services
    were held Sundav al Cordon t'hnpel
    Knlomhnicnl at l.aK.sidc .\1. moiia'
    Park.
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLOr'IDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    PROOUTE DIVIS'ON
    PROBATE NO. 73O01
    I !E: 1
    ISI 'I.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    T" All i Hav-
    i i IS or ] Said
    I
    .
    i
    \
    i DSTEI>
    i Dade I
    ti Circuit ,


    I Plot
    i
    rred.
    Ju
    I.Ell KIAN
    A A '
    a this m lice on
    t! ... of June.
    R( 'OEMS, : .i iKBER A:
    ; IENKMAN
    - Adm
    420 : :. oln Road
    ml H. ach. Florida ::
    : 8-13
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO. 73-3610
    FRANK B. DOWLING
    In RE: Estate of
    HANNAH FINN
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    Ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
    Batata:
    You are hereby notified and required
    to Pit sent any claims and demands
    vldch you ma] have aMlns) the es-
    tats of HANNAH FINN deceased
    l-tc of I lade County. Florida, lo the
    Circuit Judges of Dade County, and
    file the same in iiii'dicaie and n pro-
    vided in Section 7SI.1C. Plorlds Stat-
    utes, In iheir offices in the County
    Courthouse In Dade County, Plorlda,
    .\ calendar months from the
    t.ln. of 111.- first DUblll atloi hi
    or th.- same will l" barred
    Filed a: Miami. Florida, this 1!>
    dav of June. A.D. !''7 :
    OEX 'ROE H FINN
    t : : utor
    of this n '
    of Juni. l!i?3.
    BIN
    .'
    4_a Lincoln Head
    Miami Beach, Florida ani.lfl
    G 29 7 G-13-20
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDiCAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO 73-16675
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: THE M UtKlAtiK tip
    VIAR\ IN l SMALL. Husband and
    M \ IS k' SM LL. Wife.
    Ti AC, \ ES \ SMALL, 248 A Svl-
    -. anla a i. \. | une, N J.
    V'H' 1IIK HI IE1
    .i -- 11 4solul ii of > our

    ' hlr ',ii i ; nil you n ilred
    of
    SOL VI ENAN
    uhos,.
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    i
    r the i r In the i om-
    I

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    "' M EXANDER. ESQ.
    19 W. Fl L-ler St.. M ml, Fla I I
    Ait." i i'. til oner
    7 12-20-27 -
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELFVFNTH MIDICIAL CIRf-UIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE NO 73-303*
    PROBATE DIVISION
    GEORGE E. SCHULZ
    In RE l> ;'i' "i
    HERMAN ): BLCMENFELD
    ..... ised
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To Ml Cr< iliti .. 11 I All Pel
    . 11 iiiaiids Against s.n.i
    He:
    Vou an Ii' by notified and re- |
    i lo iii'.-.-, .{ an) cli Ims and di -
    munds which ou '". have ngn
    : R ISK BL1 IEN-
    FELD di I ladi 1 '
    udgi i
    1""iin'% and I thi me In dupll-
    1 i
    la Statu
    Ci 11 irtboui
    - \ < al< ndar
    !.- ..in ol ihi
    hen the \
    1 t da. this 3 da)

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    x
    .. this 1

    -11 1 ,\
    :
    '.
    ; ; : rtoi
    .
    Eva of n m w, si 'vi MR
    . m July fl An sldi nl her* for 2"
    .us. She was gi. I-. iar; Ti
    ..f thi s Ih.mil Dh Islon of Ihe Na-
    llonnl Council of Jewish >.
    t of the I Ini : 1
    I Islon of the National Com I'll of
    " v. Ii u ..in. n Past President of
    the l': ..... \\ ""I. 1 lub pasl
    I'hnli "i in of the Thrift s" '
    1 v di ugl Pbt III. 11 in
    mann and Honey Snlzman and 9 !>.
    ii:.i 1 dch:i.....11 s \' s \.. pi
    I tin 1 :i
    el with Inti mi' nl In Lnki sidi Me-
    111"! !
    ALBERTS. Irving 1 Dr., Al, of No,
    .
    FLESSIG. Artl UI
    lies I! Ide
    GOLDBERG, [osenl 76. 1
    ,: :
    .'. A H, l.eth K
    MELTZER. i \... Miami
    1
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    Itencl :
    STE NQE-IG. \

    HE'DENBERu,
    GOLDMAN UNVEILING
    The dedicotion ol a monument
    to the memory ol Ihe late
    IDA FINE GOLDMAN
    will be held on Sunday,
    July 15th, at 11 a.m. at
    the Jewish Section of
    Woodlawn Park Cemetery
    with Rabbi Sol Landau
    officiating.
    Mrs. Goldman wot the daughter
    of a pioneer Miamian,
    Louis Fine; the wife of
    h'athan Goldman;
    and the mothei of
    Judge Phillip Goldman.
    Friends and relatives
    are asked to attend.
    JEFFER
    11 NIK \L HOMI S INC.
    DITECTORS
    inl'e.'
    Medwm J Ifer Alvin Jetler
    H 38-11 HILLSIDE AVE
    ' 126 1 ;,NEY ifLAN'DAVE
    212/776-8100
    85 W OIXIC HWY.
    Ri ....., | i-viit
    305/947-1185
    " : '
    '
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    N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO. 73-3438 (BLANTON)
    in RE: Estate of
    1 iSEPH i: KORVICK
    deceased.
    NOT1C1 TO CREDITORS
    " 'I' and All Persons Hav-
    i> Ca m Demands Against Bald
    : tati ;
    eby notified and required
    .laims and demands
    I. '1. v 1 ,v hav. aesiiiKt the es-
    KPII i: KORVICK, de-
    ' i f Dade County Florida.
    Judgei "f Had.- County,
    file spmi In duplicate and
    ' Section 7^3.16. Florida
    nfflceii in thi 1 'ounty
    Courthousi In Dale County, Florida.
    ar month' fn
    Ime ol si publication I
    or thi sam \\-f! I bi bo i ;
    mi, Florida tl 10
    day "f Ju \ 11
    J KORVICK
    Im'n 1 r
    of this
    f July, II
    '
    inr
    7 11
    NCTICfc OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-16040
    GENERAL JURISDICTION D VISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE'
    MARIETTA S BARRETT,
    Wife Petitioner
    and
    JAMES F BARRETT,
    Hui band Resnondent,
    Tl Ii .lames F Barrett
    5540 1 'noiir Street
    P ttsburgh, Pennsylvania
    Yi 11 AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
    that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
    riage has he.-n filed aealnst you nn<
    you are required to serve a copy of
    vour written defenses, if any, to i
    on STEVEN GARY, attorney for Pe-
    titioner, whose address is Iln4 I'cr
    cord Building 16 West Flagler Strep'
    Miami. Florida 111 SO, and file Un-
    original with the rl.-rk of the abov
    styled court on or before August H>.
    IMS; otherwise a default win be <-
    ured against you for the relli f de-
    manded In the comnlalnt or m tlt'on
    This notice ."hall he published once
    each week for four mnsecutlvi
    in THF JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS mv lutnd and th. seal of
    said 1 "Un at Miami. Florida on ll
    . da: of Julv. "'?"
    RICH > 'in P BRIXKER
    1 nil Court
    Dadi County, Ploi
    B) .1 FOY
    As 1 ii iuty -I.

    Miami FI01
    i.'-v for Petitioner
    7 6 lt-20-i:
    Palmer';
    Miami Monument CoiitpaR/
    3279 S.W. 8th Slreet, Miami
    444-0921 444092."
    Closed 0i Th' abb, ih
    Personc'-ied Memoriali Custrn
    ' '' 'd In ti';' 0"/n Workshoa
    rgrgywrn^MW.'*
    GELB
    MONUMENTS INC.
    Open [very Oaf Clo.ri Sabbotk
    140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
    Mino.i's Only Strictly Jewish
    . Monument Dealer
    Jlevill
    Jllemorial Cnape/
    "JfWISH fUNEfAL D/f.C70RS"
    LOCAL AND OUT Of STATS
    ARRANGE ME NTS
    "947-2790
    1338S W DlXir IUVV N M.
    NEWMZN'S
    nntuui home ^
    1333 C/DE BOULEVARD ^
    Edward 7 hitwmon, r.^. ^-^
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    Page 15-3
    liGAl NOTICE
    IN WE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    F FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    [ PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO. 73-3366- (Schulz)
    ^^: i:
    th.v /r. kei;
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    Creditors and All Persn II,\
    ln Claim- nr Demands Afralnal Snitl
    Est.n.
    Vi.u ; re h.rel.v nnlifi. d ;mil r,
    to ore
    vhicM yn in ij have na ilnsi tin es-
    IERTHA ZCCKER, .1. ,
    of li.il.- County, Floridn, in Hi.
    Circuit In. -.-. .. n.,,i,. County, and
    file .-am. in dunllcnti Hiid .1- nro.
    djn s.-.-i..... :::::.h;. Elm-nia si ,i.
    Jgl tll.-il ..[Tics '11 [|l. I'otnUV
    viihlWsis calendar months from the
    ' i i'iil.|:.atlo|i h
    ^W...... I,.
    at Miami, Florida. :; Is 21 (1 it
    IEGAL NOTICE
    UGAL NOTICE
    tiCAl NOTICE
    IEGAL NOTICt
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    \'l 'TICK is HEREBY c;i\ EN that
    Mi i, lei
    . i busiu. x ni,,! i- ill, Htiour mi in
    ill HOFSE I IF ..i >\ H hi i:'". I
    .....i vanl X Ml mii. l-'i;i In.
    mi- w'tli the
    i. rk of III Circuit t' u ol I >inh
    County. !''
    S. I.IPTl i\ INC.
    Morton il v.- m I
    Vtlon Ipplicnnl
    Itibiiil N.E IHth Ave,
    N. Miami P. .oh. 33162
    7 fi-13-20-27
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS in:i;Ei"i (1IVE.N thai
    ilo- undersigned, desiring iik: In
    on- li 'I Ml'- fictitious linllle of
    MAY LINO FASHil i.\S nl --M \v
    Silt Court, Hinlenh, Florida Intends to
    ri itIhivt paid name u it It the
    lln i rcuil i'..in i ..I I lade
    Flm in.,
    HKHMINI.V VILLA
    i I;
    n-ia
    j! Ju*. AH
    t 8A.\ I'. >R| i s FA r.M'K
    | BKItN \PD .1. Zl'CKKK
    A Executor*
    Ml B. FINK K K'HiMAN
    Ill N.E. 2nd A\c. .Miami, !<., 33132
    i; j" -

    I NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVIC -.
    INO PROPERTY!
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF "HE
    iLtVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF Fl OR'nA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION No 73.15UH
    ACTION FOR D'SS^LUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    TV HE: Tin
    CHARLES A |i\V.
    Huabat, I
    nn.l
    SARAH K I 'AY.
    TO: OHAI.'i i:s \ pa v
    K- -Hi- iinUnoU n
    TOTl aim-: hepi-:p\ m itifikh
    that rn ai'ii' for 1 ii-s.dulion of Mnr-
    rlaee I)aa li.-.-n filed ic-ai" i v,.u :':nl
    you are reitip.-ed to serve .i i.v of
    your written ''.-fenses. if m,i to it ;i
    FRANK B. PYRON. :......'ii.-\ for Pe-
    titioner. Wllo-.' .I.ldlr l~ 1771 S \\
    20th Street, Miami. Florid:,, and fil.
    th.- original uilli Ho .-I. rl. of the
    above -tylcd .mil on or I..-for. July
    27. 1 !?.": otln-ni is.' a d. fnnli v i'l lie
    .nli-r. I afCiiii si V"ii for th, r. lii-f !
    mandeil In tl i"nnilni.....r n.iilioli
    This notio. !>: II In- iml.li-li--.l nni I
    each week f".- '"ii" ""- ""' weeks ,',,..,... :'
    iii the jew i.-ii fi.i miniw ""?,,",
    WITNESS my hand :..... the seal
    of "aid eouri :ii Miami. Florida on
    this 21 dav of '...... I!'T
    WCHAUi' p. p.pinkep.
    Al Cl.-H,. I'ircuil ''"in
    Dad. County. Florid.i
    l!v \ .1. KIVAS
    As h.-iiul.v Cl.-rU
    fClrcult Court S-ali
    IP \NK I!. P.VIHiN
    1771 N.W. L'i'Ui St reel
    Miami. Florid ,
    Atloi'l. v for P. i H'lii-i-
    R 2JI 7 R-IH-'JA
    NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
    NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEUEI1Y tllVKN thai
    li" U..... i.-i'-iiid, di-.-liini; in i-iiu:h, in
    i '.'-in- under the fli'lltloui* name of
    Tl.'i'l''.\l. FI.OAVEKS al 'ill E. '.nli
    .-ii Hiitlealt Florida :'.:"!" Intend
    in rctclid sttitl name with the Clerk
    of iii. < "In mi i ourt ol l null t'ounty,
    Florida.
    (Iliii PRIAS
    EMILIA ItO.IAS

    NO riCE 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
    IN RE: The MarrittiN ol
    Ol.tSA MAHAI.EC
    ...id
    JOHN MAHAMCC
    TO: Ji 'H\ MAHAI.EC
    III -idell, e I 'llkllOU II
    Vtil' ARE HEREHY NOTIFIED
    thill an net Ion for Dissolution of Mar-
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO. 73-3433
    in RE: Email f
    SVI.VESTEIt H. Si MI.OEMER
    I......as.d
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditor* .mil All P mou llav-
    '" I..........Is Au-.iin-l S., id
    i. late;
    You are hen hy notified and renulred
    | to niiseni .mi t'lalntM and il*mund
    ' whii'li you mas have na-ninsl il.....n.
    lute "f SYI.\ EHTER S BCHI.OEMEI!
    ., ,-d lute of Dude County, Plorlila,
    ;! Circull Judaes of Dude County,
    and file the name In duplicate and as
    li d in Section 7:;:: IB, i "li da
    Statutes In their nfflcei In lite Coun-
    U i irlhoUHe ill P.i'l.- County, Floi
    hia. within si\ calendar monilis fn m
    the t.n.....f Ho- fiisi nubllcntioii here-
    of, or the name will i"- Inured.
    Filed Miami, this 18 till] ; .In i
    AH. 1978.
    aUI i: i: SCHl.t lE.MEl!
    As Execul eix
    P..-i nublici...... of mi.- notice on
    the -- ctn v of June. i:*7.:
    SIMON. HAY8& ORCXDWERtl
    Attorneys in Executrix
    -ie\ I'.tlddi.ie
    .Miami. I'lm id.i :
    6/22-29 : -
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO. 73-2779
    In RE: Eatnl
    KI'IIEN SII.VKKM \\
    deceased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Credllnra and All Perwim H
    Inn il.iims or Demands Aitaiusl Saiil
    You are hereby notified and r. ntiii i ail) claims and demand
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
    FOR THE t'TH J'jDiC'AL C"*CUIT
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    CASE NO 73-1W2
    IN RE THE MARl't.' -"
    'i VP'i II \ .! v \'K l!li 'E, W IFE.
    PKTITH i.VEK > \i
    tvn i if. ii hick ixn,
    [JESPI INI iENT
    NOTICE TO DEFEND
    Ti .; H'll.l IE P Rll E
    Pi II I: >
    H.1 l e-ler,
    i :.-"i-L- in
    You nr< l" r. I" Ihn i your
    if.- ban filed a oetil f"i man iaite
    dissi.]uii".i in lln -ii- mil thai
    ! "ii .,. i, niiii-ed in fill n- Answer
    ,,i ntln i ReHUonsit there-
    to, wiili the Clei this I 'out l,
    and in -! ve ., "' ihi of,
    upon .i iapsspi ii- N \\ "i
    Stn Flnrl s "'in
    " |fe"s hi liinn >. ...... i .1.... .lul.i 27.
    "-7 :. .il,.- u Kc ii |ii ,,--.,. j;,
    III | il .- in Hie !' III loll, will In
    . ;,i-..ii,sl you
    DATED: June IV lid
    RICH VRD P !"''
    i 'li 11.. Cin-uii '''iii .
    l!\ II KISSED
    i, ii
    (Circull f' ii' Si
    .:. _'' :
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    iNO PROPERTYi
    IN THE CIRCUIT COUR"" OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO 7314735
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE I nssi .1 i Th i.N '1
    MAItltl m;i: OF
    I'AISY I i SMITH
    Wile- p. ii ioner
    .....!
    HENRY M SMITH
    I lusliand. Itesiainilent
    TO: HENRY M. SMI
    Ri .-iii. n.
    t" Hi.- Circuit Judge* of Dude Count)
    .mi! file the Mime in duplicate and as
    l.i.*o\ideil in Section 7H3.lt! Florid:.
    Slutules. in their offices In the
    Uouillv Courthouse in Had.- County,
    Florida, wilhln six I'tilenditr months
    rillfTe hUK li. i n filed aitniiist ymi and from the linn if the first nublicHlioil
    you are retiuired to nvrve a copy ol I ereof, or lln- same will lie barred,
    vour written defenses, If any. in it on Filed al Miami, Florida, tliis Ij duj
    LAWRENCE F. KAINE, attorney foi i ol June. AD. 1973.
    Petitioner, whose address is 93."i s w HOltTENSE ROSSMAX
    Firsl Street. .Minim. Florida 33130, As Executrix
    Phone; 377-iiii.1l, and file the orlRlnal Find publication ... thlt lotlce on
    with tin- clerk of the nbove atyled the 22 day of June, I973
    KVK ANKI'fc'. IJSi..
    l.,el, in nia y Inn. i.uiii ,. lli. .-.-j ,|:|. H|:|.|;|..v N-f,.,-,,,,,,, ,
    late oi I.I BEN si IA Kli.M A.\ de i ,. .....,. (., It m.,,.
    ,.'":,.V."1. .'.".. i'.".. -." ;'.'"V '."::',':' mw Inn- I.-.-,, nM n and
    oi before July -7. 1973:
    a default will In entered
    II for tile relief ill III.Hided
    "Hildaiiil or pelll Ion.
    notice ahull he tnildislieil once
    IS day
    .:,l of
    n tld- i
    I3I3A
    v
    IN TH! C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUD'C.IAI. CIPCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    PRORATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO. 73-1804
    In I!Ej Esti.i. "i
    SAN'FORD MM I l"i:
    decMMfl
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    TO All Credil.i- and All Pel son- Hav-
    ing i'I. Inis oi In mauds Auainst Said
    Estate:
    You are lier.l.y notified and re-
    quired t nr.-s..... in" el'.Mil- al"' 'I -
    inaiid- whi. li \"ii may have mtninel
    tate of SAXI'iilll' MILLER de-
    ceased late of Mole I'ounlv. Florida.
    to the Clrctiii Judues of Pad. Coun-
    ts and file tile same ill dlll.'ieale as
    proviifal iii s.etioii 7-:.'.. Hi. Florida
    Statutes, In lli.-ii- offices iii the foun-
    ty .CoHrthous, in Dad.- I'.umv. Fl.'-
    Ida, w'-hln si\ calendar m.nilhs from
    the time of the first nuldicntion
    hereof, or the same will be burred.
    Filed at Miami. Florida, this day
    of July. A.P p'7:.
    MAURHi: T KESSI.ER
    Flrtlt tiuhlle'.iion "' this noiice on
    the 13 day of July. I!'73.
    I AI'IIHS A. lliH.LANDER
    Allorr-ys for \dmims-lr:..... I' I'. A
    41" Cits National Paul, Dtiildiim
    .Miami
    7 I3-20-27 R -
    in th
    Tl
    each week for four ronsecullvi
    i in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
    WITNESS m> hand nild the
    said i oui I al .Miami. Florida '
    if June. 1973
    tICIIARD P. DRINKER
    As Clerk, Circull I 'oui I
    I nde County, Florida
    i:> I! .1 FOY
    As I leputy < li rk
    tClrcull Court Seall
    I A WHENCE F. KAINE
    A tin III for tin- Wife
    IU.1 S \\ First St. .Miami. Fl
    Phone: 377-0031
    i: 22-29 7 ii-1"
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    No. 73-2621
    J. GWYNN PARKER
    in RE: Estate of
    BEN SCHWARTZ
    I......used.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons Ftnv
    inu- maims or Demand* Ajrnlnal Said
    Estate:
    \'ou nr.' hereby notified and renulred
    In iiresi-nt any claims and demands
    which you may have .'icn.iist th*- es.
    late if BEN SCHWARTZ, d.eensetl
    bite of n.i.ie Count'-, Florida, i" Ihe
    County Judee of Dade Cunty, and
    file the same iii duplicate and as nro.
    vlded in Seetion 733.16
    Utes, In their offices In Hie County
    Eoiiiihotis. In Dade County, Florida.
    Within sl\ calendar ni"iilhs from Ihe
    Urn.- of th. first publication hereof,
    >) the same will he hailed
    Dated ill Miami, Florida, Ihi
    il.iv of June A 1> 1973.
    FRANK SCHWARTZ
    As Admlnlsi i-ai.,1-
    First iMibllcatlon of l>li
    the ""nil dv of .lone. 197"
    : DAVID B .TAVTTR BSD
    1 Vl,..i..\ f.r Vdmiiiisirnloi
    . 14*1 N.W. 17th Avenue
    Miami. Florida 3313.*
    i;
    Attorney fur Executrix
    .Y'.li" La ( lorce I trivc
    .Miami Peach. Fill, 331 I"
    /22-29
    6-13
    Week.- --------------
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TKE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 7".-14789
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    RE: NOTICE OF
    ADOPTION PROCEEDNG
    IN RE: Al" M'Tli >N IF:
    DA VII i i:\KI. Tl I' U.K. JR..
    n minor
    By: WAYNE S. RITTB.VHOI'SE.
    Ins Stepfather
    Tn. DAVID EARL TCIKILK. Sll
    i Residence I'nkttott m
    YOl- ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    that a Petition for Adonllon has been
    filed to adopi David Earl Tumle. Jr.
    and \iu are r. nilir. d to serve a cony
    of \.ur written defelleea. if any. to it
    on DAVID E stiixe. attorney tor
    Petitioner, whose address is nil N.W.
    Ii'th Avenue. Miami. Florida, and file
    the oriKiiuil with the clerk of the
    nbove styled court on or before Jul> i
    :'7. I973i otlierw i.-e a d. fault will be
    i mend auainst you for the relit i de-
    manded in the complaint or petition ;
    This notice .-hall be published once j
    each week for four consecutive week*
    in THE JEWISH Fl.t iRIIHAN.
    WITNESS iny I......I and the seal of
    In. ''', : said ,.nur, .,, .Miami. Florida on this
    1^ da) of June. '!'7::
    RICHARD P. BKFNKER
    Al I I. rk. Circuit Court
    Dade r.itiiily, Florida
    ID P. J. FOY
    As i icput) Clerk
    (Circull Coarl Seal)
    STONE Ik si isti n l.V. PA.
    mi \ \\. ISlh Ave.
    Miami. Florida V.:'\J*
    Atlorne) for Petitioner
    ii 12-89 7 "-1"
    you lire required in serve it cop) (
    your tvt.....ii defense* if miy, lo i:
    "ii AN DREW .1 Ti 'Til. n........, \ for
    Petitioner, whose address i- suit.- E.
    :.::". Park Drive, Miami Sl>rres, Flor-
    ida :.;:-. iind fil. the oritiiial with
    the Clerk of the al-.w styled Court
    mi or befon July 27, 1973: otherwlsi
    a defatiii will In entered nfmliiBl you
    foi Hi. relii'f demanded .a the com-
    Plai.it or petition.
    This notice shall lie published once
    each week foi four i "i.-couiive week*
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
    t\ ITNESS llty hand and tin -. nl
    -aid i 'oui i ai .Mluml Florida on
    Ibis l^ da) i nni. ,1973
    RICH \l:|i P liRINKER
    As i "lei I. < in nil i 'oui I
    I lade 'otiiiiv. Floi idn
    It) ''. P. CtiPELAND
    A- Deput) in
    I i'ircuil i ourt Scull
    VNDREW I Ti 'I'll
    Sun. E 9327. |i|irk Drh
    Miami ghore>. Florhln 33138
    A i loriie) for Pel ilioti.-r
    Telenl...... : 7".7 '.'(I!
    'i ::--: 7 P-lit
    I."
    notice on
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    I DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO. 73-3879
    J. GWYNN PARKER
    i i:i: i-:-i.-,i. of
    I En RANK
    It i-i used
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All i r. diiors ii nd All Persons lln -
    lua Claims or Demands Ajmtnal Bald
    I N'a a-:
    You are herebj notified and retiuired
    I,, invaetil iiuj claims and di-nuinds
    Which you ma>- have attains! 111. es-
    Intr of I.K" RAM-: deceased late of
    Dane County, Florida, i" lite Circull
    Judges ..I Pad. Coutlly. and file the
    same in diitdieate and as nroxid.-d in
    Heel Ion 733.111, Florida HtntUlea, in
    their offices in Ihe County Court-
    house in Hade County, Florida, with-
    in sl\ calendar months from ihe lime
    of the firsl publication hereof or the
    same will be haired.
    Filed al Miami. Florida, ihi- l"
    dav III Jul) A.I>. 1973.
    DORA S. PANE
    As K\.eniii\
    Firsl niildicalioii of tin.- notice on
    the 13 day of July, IMS.
    SIMON, HAYS & OHCNDWEIMi
    Attorneys for Executrix
    i"s Ainslev llullllltlE
    .Miami. Florida 33132
    7 IS.SO-27 II :
    ."I
    .'.-
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SFRVICE
    fNO PROPERTYI
    IN THf CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-16342
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN ItE: Man'
    CAROEJS t: >' ': a i:.m a ~. \\ 11-.
    and
    .li Hl\' D Si ': \ i: >i A V llii-hand.
    ii .nHJ- l> SP'iARMAN
    titt Coop. I andiiiL- Koa.l
    ('"t'lliia \ i,;i' I iti.nl s .,!."1
    tlterrv 11 s 11. \". v. I.-. ..,! ,.vi-:i
    vtiit Aitt: iiepi:py NOTIFIED
    thai an action i'.,. I ii-s.duii"ii ,.; M.n-
    I'iUJfe has been .'led ,,"..oi.-[ X oil a.--'
    yoU Hre re,.....'I I" serve ,i e,i|.\ of
    your written ,l.-i. n-. -. ii .,- v. to ii
    on ARNOI H l'l-:i\. attorn. \ lor P.
    tit loner. 1 i
    ' "In Uoad. M lain, P.e i h. Florida
    :i:il39. .and I .,,,,,,
    clerk ot the al---.. si vied court ......r
    befote ik-OTU.-l I.. I'-T'.. nlln-nii-.
    nit will I.....iteri-d -iraiust !u
    for Ihe relief ii. in.iii.l. d ill 111. eolll-
    nlainl or pel i
    This notice shall he published once
    eaeh veeek for '.-in ,,,.-,, in,., n.-el.-
    in THE JE
    ::". and fil' tin "ricin.d with the
    .^^^^^^^Biri "ii
    ^^Aiin iirinkf.i:
    Ah t'l rl,. i 'ireuii t "ourl
    Dad.- t "onniy. Florida
    By I SNEEOEN
    ijAs I leputy Clerk
    mi s- ...
    MINI n 11 FEIN
    4.'.i Lincoln P. .. I. ,-ii,i, l"
    MiiM^^^H. Florida 331:::.
    for p liiion.r
    7 1340-tf in
    NOTICE OF ATT'ON
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTV'
    IN Tuf CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORiriA IN AND FOR
    nine rriiiNTv
    ACTION FOR CHANGE OF NAME
    IN- I'l- 1 i I.....I fit
    SHERR1 BETH I'AN.NAMAN
    .....I
    i I ( 11 \ I I I-'I'IM." I I V V \ \ | \ V
    |'l i MM Tl in- 1- \ VV \\ \ \
    i-.i sthf-'Neld Drive
    l-vvi" -,i"->..
    v.n \i'i: HERFTtV \. crii.-MT.
    ihn..... ii '-...i for ''i Nam
    ha- heei fi'e,l b) your chlldi..... nni*
    v.-U lir, .e.aii.'-.l tO ',li, 0 COPV "
    Vll|ir H eiltel, del*- "-' : '
    on M \ V A IP UFA'"'
    f..r I',-.itloni r. wii..-. old
    .IIV to II
    n't"'.....
    ess is I"
    West Flneler Btreel Rl..... 41 I. Mi-
    ami Florida, ami file H.....'ioii.!
    with the clerk of Ihe nbov< atvhnl
    ,,,iiri ,,': nr before .Till) 23-, 1973*
    otherwise a .V|a"li will I.....nl
    ntrnlnsl v <-ii for Hi. "ee'lel demanded
    in the I'oiii'ilaini ." netltlon.
    This notice shall '" nubllshed once
    .ach week for f. n roneecuHvi weeks
    In THE JEWISH l'l I'lIII'IAN.
    WITNESS m) hand -icd the seal nl
    said courl nl Miami. Florida on this
    11 .lav of June, 1973.
    RICHARD P, BRINKER
    A Clerk. C rctrtl t ourt
    Dade Cnuntv. Fb-ldu
    By P. M. KISSEI:
    As Deput) t"ierk
    (Circuit Court Seal.
    MAX A. 'HH.I'IAPP
    414 Hiscaviie Puildii.t
    in west Puurler sir.-, i
    Miami. Plorldfl
    Attorney for Petitioner
    : 22-29 7 -
    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 73-14746
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN HE
    J VMES I. TOBD.
    pel ii ioner
    and
    RAt HEI. A. TOW I.
    ltd "id. at
    i'i i; P.Vi ii El. A Ti H ID
    Adilri ss i 'nknoit u
    Itesideiire I'nknown
    vi ip ape HEi:i:in NOTIFIED
    tlllll an action for Dlssolulil.....f Mai-
    i-i.na has I.....a fib d ucu nsi you and
    you :n'*- renulred In eeTVe II COP) "I
    your u i ii',' n d. fi any. to ii i n
    ROBERT M PI'PXS. ESi.'liPE ai-
    Uirne) foi p.iiiionci. w hos. uikiress
    is 42" Lincoln lid Sim. 4.",.. Miami
    Iteach. Florida, and file the Qrivinul
    with tin- tierk of Hie ahov. si.vied
    . com........ before Jul) -'" 1973: other
    uise a default will be entered au-ainsl
    yoU l"i- Ihe relief demand, d in the
    ii mn aim or petition
    This notice shall L. pub-Hahed oni
    IN THE CIRCU'T "u.itT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    CASE NO. 7J-14864
    IN RE: Tl" Mi ".;
    DONALD RERTON Ml'KPHi .
    Pi liilom r.
    .....I
    KATHERINE VN\ illill'm
    P. soolldelll.
    NOTICE BY PUBLIC AT'ON
    ii l: KATH ERIN K ANN M I RPII V
    i7"l Norlb Sh-rida-
    \i rail i '!.
    Yi.r ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    ih.ii ,.i. aeiii.ii for Dissolution 'f Mar-
    riaW ha- I., ,n filed UKilillsl you .'Hid
    you mi reouli lo sen a iiipj of
    . our wrllii i ,''i- i- If an) i" il
    mi LARSON. MAPV1N .\ SHEI'PARD
    Allorncys for DON M.D BERTON
    MPPPHY. th. Pel 11 loner. 777 North-
    wesl 7_i.d Avenue Miami. Florhln
    3II2B. and li:, tin- nrJKilial wltll the
    Clerk of th. abovi styled Court i'i
    or before Ihe 27 da) of July, 1973: '
    otherwlsi a Default will be entered
    ae.ai..-' you for ih. relief demanded,
    i'i ih. IVtltlon for Dlseolulion "f Mur-
    11..-_.-
    This notice shall be nuMiahed once
    cadi week for four consei'Ullve weekt
    each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FUHMDIAN
    In THE JEW ISH FUUUDIAN.
    WITNESS my band and the aeal
    said courl al .Miami. Florida .'n tlllll
    Is dav of June. 1973
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    a i. rk. "' "" '"urt
    H) I. SXEEDEN
    As li.outv Clerk
    (Circull Court Sc.ili
    ROBERT H P.IPNS. RSQl'tRE
    4uii Lincoln Rd. Bulte t"...
    ii'ami Beach Florida
    Atorii.v for Petitioner
    :,:;S-1I^1
    WITNESS niv hand nr.\ sc;.l of "lid
    urt iii Miami. Pad, t'--iiii>. Flor-
    ida Otis 19 day of June, l'
    RICHARD BRINKHR
    as l ieii, of ih. i i.!" i "ourl Of
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    By P. M Kiss IK
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    HERBERT '/ MARVI V, r Ihi firm
    lAPSi.N. MARVIN A SHEPPARD
    777 N. -i)".'.si ii'nii Avenue
    Miami. Florida 3*116
    Phone Ji'.l -",:;".;:
    ' :** 7 ti-is
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONS'-RUCIVE SERVICE
    PP0PERTY1
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THH
    ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLOR'DA. IN AND FOR
    DADn COUNTY.
    C'VIL ACTION NO
    CENERAI. JURISD'CTITN DH I
    ACTION FOR ADOPTION
    I v HE; -DDPTII IN I "
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    KAMI'S and ROY ISA.MI 'S
    Minors.
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    YtiP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    ltl ii,,i i. ir Adonl ion ha- I- i
    filed in .', i you and > "ii me re-
    quired In scrvi II com of v' II'
    t. ii defi uses, If ill lo II -.' HAROI )
    i i: v SE, al lorni -. fin Pel
    I tell !" Wesl l-i.-n.-i
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    file lln I with tin
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    in Tin: JEW iSH i'i 'Pip- \ s
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    i.i -anI run I al 111 Flo-id i
    this '. da) "f July, r
    IHCHMtD P BRINKER
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    .Miami. Floi Ida I'.S A
    Atlorne) i"i Pi
    I 13-21 '
    IN THE CiRCUT COURT OF TH
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVIS ON
    CASE NO. 73-14112
    NOTXE OF
    ADOPTION PROCEEDINGS
    IN RE AdoiiHoi Pv
    JOHN M LI1MNSKI.
    Petitioner.
    i'i.. WARREN FoN
    Address and. nr Place of
    Residence I'nK mii n
    YMP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    th., i Pel 11 In] foi v.i.-ni loll I
    (iianc of N....... fir th. np""' chll-
    ilr. ii in, iilioin i th- I'e........ 1 IS
    1,,-e.i flli .1 aeaiii-i v ,,.i B lid yotl
    I renulred :. k.....ire .. of ) oui r
    i.-ii defense.- if any. In il on I AR-
    SON, MARVIN AND SHEI'PARD,
    Attorneys for Petitioner, whose .-..I-
    dress is 777 N.W. 12nd Avenue. V
    ami. I" i-nla 33121 and file the nlin
    nni nith the Clerk of the nhove-
    Ktyled i'..tin on "i li'f.'i. Ihe 27 day
    "f July. 197". ol' lae t ludem
    may hi entered lucninal you for the
    rein I d.-miiiiile.l In the Petition
    This notice shall be published on. I
    1 w'.i, (or four eonaceutlve week* In
    THE jmVICT F1.0RIP1AN
    WITNESS niv hand nod ihe seal "f
    I Court al .Miami. Pad.- i "Ul.lv.
    , Florida. Ih's y? dav ..f .lime, lfrj
    RICH VRD BRINKER
    i i. rl, i.i i ircull '"int
    i:v .' p c.'I'El AND
    I ii nil v '-
    j.29 7/CI3
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    1 ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    CASE NO. 73-15227
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    TII.I.IE UONSHl III,
    Plaintiff.
    ZAVEI MILEWICZ a K a
    ELI Y .Ml LEW P "/.. el :d
    I .. fondants.
    TO: .V.A\ El. Ml I.EM I' 7.
    n i, n EI.I.Y MILEWICZ
    144-1'': -Mh Av nu.
    Flushing. N-v. v...-!, I i:::.l
    Yn|- ARK NOTIFIED thai an Ac-
    ion tor DECI.ARATI IKY RELIEF
    and TEMPORARY IN.II.NCTIoN ha-.
    been filed tiKainsl you. This action
    direct!) effects your intereal In
    v. .-"inn N" 124112 of Miami Reach
    Federal Saviints ami Loan \ss,.-
    clatlon a i. a Financial Federal
    Havines and loan Association in
    ih.- ram. of JOSEPH tSONSHOR
    in trust for Zavel Mllewicl as . l SI T2
    Ni.u an r- ell.-.- led t" serv. a r-H>' of
    Vour Written defenses. il anv. no
    Tracer and Kchwarta. Plaintiffs At-
    torney, wh.,s. add..-- is ::..| Arthur
    liodii.v pond. Miami Beach, Florida.
    ::::il.....i or before Aumtsl ; 1*73 and
    file the orurliial with Ihe Clerk 'f
    [this Court either befori aenicc on
    Plaintiff- atlorne) or immediutel)
    I thereafter, otherwise ., Default I
    be entered aftulnal you for tl"- relief
    ileninmled in the Complal.....r Pel -
    lion
    WITNESS MY HAND mid Ihe seal
    ..f iin.- i .'in i on June ... m*:l
    RICHARD DRINKER
    As ie..... tl i ourl
    ID A ,1 Rl\ AS
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    rRAOEH AND SCHW API'/.
    Atlorne) Al Paw
    I,.ip.i.,, \ lionnl II
    t"l Arthur lo.ll.ev Pad
    Miami Beach. F.....Ida -lit"
    S -."' 7 ii-1 :;-.'.>
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    NO 73-16657
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN RK: The murriua-i "i
    IP .si: Al s\\ BETINti.
    Wife.
    and
    LlOYP S\\ Ellii.NE.
    Husband
    Yt H l.l.o) 11 SWKETINfl, n
    dene.- unknown, an.....aired lo fW
    vour a.i-vvei p, Hi. petition for dis-
    solution ..I raarriuKe with the Clerk
    of the ah"\e tour; and serve a copv
    thereof unon Hetmai Cohen, l'"-n
    1310-11 t'omi..-- ItldK., Miami. Flor-
    ida, ...i "i I.....-. Jul) ". 1973. or
    , Is. petliI..,, w il! be col -sefl
    I la I- d : June .'7. I!'7-
    RICHARD P. BRINKER,
    i icrh. 1 in uil i 'oui
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    Denut) Clerk
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    FOR REASONABLE PRICES on the WIDEST VARIETY of FINE FOODS!
    FARM FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES!
    NOT PREPACKAGED SO THAT YOU MAY PICK YOUR PURCHASE TO YOUR SATISFACTION!
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    U S CHOKE WESTERN BEEF
    California Roast
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    BASIN TUB AND TIL'
    Lysol Cleaner
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