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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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"9ewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 47 Number 30
Miami. Florida Friday, July 26, 1974
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Kissinger Future Seen
Growing Darker Daily
Rabbi Baruch Korfi presents a copy of his book,. "The Per-
sonal Nixon: Staying on the Summit," to President Nixon at
Nixon's estate in San Clemente, Calif. Rabbi Korff, presi-
dent ot tha National Citizens Committee for Fairness to the
Presidency, based his book on a long interview with the
President on May 13, as well as a series of written answers
ever, by Mr. Nixon to Rabbi Korff's written questions.
Nixon Denies Charges
In Rabbi Korff Talk
SAN CLEMENTE (JTAi
President Nixon has publicly
I. for the first time, alle-
gations that he was anti Semi-
tic, citing his vigorous political
and military backing for Israel
and his appointment of Jews,
inc'.uiling Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissinger, to the key
posts in his Administration, as
: to the contrary.
The allegations stemmed
Dews media reports in
Maj that the President us< d
anti-Semitic slurs and other eth-
nic epithets during private con-
versations in the White House
with aides in February tad
March, 1973. purportedly re-
corded in taped conversations.
THE report was Immedi-
ately denounced by J. Fred
Ruzhardt. counsel to the Presi-
dent, as a -fabrication."
The President's rejection of
the charge was made to Rabbi
Continued on Page 9-A
FOR ONCE ISRAEL NOT INVOLVED
Cyprus Takes Heat Off
Of Smouldering Worries
By (ill. SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) For
once, there is a Mideast crisis
. lit Israel.' many Israelis say
these days. But can Is: ael really
regard the crisis a." something
she doesn't have anything to do
with?
Most observers here believe
this is not the case. The matter
was brought up Sunday in the
weekly cabinet session, although
Foreign Minister Yigal Allon de-
voted most of his short review
for the efforts done to evacuate
the Israelis.
HOWEVER, political sources
in Jerusalem said the crisis
might have a negative effect on
the negotiations of the Israel-
Arab crisis.
Secretary of State Dr. Henry
Kissinger was expected to meet
within the next two weeks with
the foreign ministers of Israel,
I .pt and Jordan, in preparation
for tha next roun.i of the Geneva
ta t%.
Political sources in Jerusalem
expressed tha opinion the Amer-
ican leadership might just be too
busy in the coming days with
Continued on Page 2-A
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHING : 1 N (JTA) Discussion hi re of
Henry a Kissinger's future is not whether he
will n retary of State but when and
why he will step out of the position he assumed
only last September.
LIBERAL commentators agree
Kissinger may leave but for dif-
ferent reasons. The secretary,
they say, has incurred President
Nixon's displeasure for being
identified daily in the media as
a diplomatic magician and as
America's number one hero for
moving world diplomacy at his
pace.
The implication is that the
President, simmering in domestic
problems, is a "yes man" to his
subordinate on foreign policy
which the President cherishes as
his domain of eminence in the
historical record.
A French source said the Presi-
dent could not and would not al-
low Kis continue in his
after hearing the Secre-
tary ley the blame on the military
of both superpowers for the fail-
ure to reach agreement on nu-
clear weap ni al the recent Mos-
cow mmit conference. TV
r.ch analyst compared K s
Continued on Page 6-A
ary
Resignation "within week-." some of the coun-
try's principal consi i s are now s i
the Cabinet say, to help former
Gov, Nelson A Rockefeller; his prime
: sponsor and :'. 10m for the Repub-
tion in 1976.
BUT ONLY TO JORDAN
Israel Ready to Give
Back Most of W. Bank
Yariv Statement Shocks ... 8 A
JERUSALEM(JTA)Israel would be willing to give most
of the West Bank back to Jordan provided it was not turned into
a separate Palestinian state. Commerce and Industry Minister
Haim Barlcv declared here.
Speaking to reporters accompanying US. Treasury Secretary
William E. Simon, Barlev said as long as the area captured in
the 1967 war remained part of Jordan, "we are willing to give
back most of the territory of the West Bank."
Bl T BARl.EV. a formed Chief of Staff, said if Israel returns
territory it a borders. "We are willing to com-
promise on the area.-, but this does not mean we are willing to
- and our future security totally over to Arab good-
will ar.d international guarantees"
Bir. the American plan to provide Egypt with
continued on Page 14-A
Analyst Gen. Marshall
Predicts New War in 3-5 Years
Relations Botwerti States is Key ... 2-A
Arafat Vows to Continue Struggle... 6-A
Tenorist is Sentenced ... 8-A
Simon to Meet Israelis in November... 9-A
HVNTSYILLE. Ala(JTA) and Syrian leaders killed in the
A major war will break out
again in the Middle East in three
to five years, the time it would
take for Israel and the Arabs to
restore their military capabilities.
Th;s dire prediction was made
! re July 14 by Brig. Gen,
Ret S, 1. A Marshall, the noted
: ian and military analyst
who received nationwide acclaim
for his nalysis of the tactics of
Israel and the Arabs during the
Yom Kippur Wa>-
MARSHALL, who has been a
military consultant to Israel and
occasionally to the Pentagon, said
it would take another three to
five years to train replacements
for the young Israeli, Egyptian
war.
The same amount of time
would also 04 d by the
Union and '-he United
States "" military
client states,
he ad
HE U.so ; that the
p n p would by
in um solved, and
the US! iress for an-
f restoi
ing absoluti I -' Suez
ndered
Russian to the Indian
Ocean.
The 71-year-old analyst also
Continued on Page 12-A
Church 'Whitewashes' Bigot
By Special Report
NEW YORKThe Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith has
labeled as "whitewash" the out-
come of an investigation by the
Presbytery of New York City into
charges that "repeated, willful.
undisguised bigotry" by the min-
ister of Village Presbyterian
Church had caused the end of a
20-year arrangement in which the
Brotherhood Syna-
housed under one
church and
goguc were
roof.
The League's reaction came in
response to a special Presbytery
Judicial Committee's finding that
the charges against the minister,
the Rev. William Glenesk, "were
not supported by enough evi-
dence" to warrant an indictment.
ACCORDING to Seymour D.
Reich, chairman of ADL's New
York Board, "the Judicial Com-
mittee had documentation of Mr.
Glenesk's anti-Semitism through
both his own printed words and
the testimony of members of the
church's concregation who had
witnessed the minister's anti-
Jewish statements and actions."
Reich questioned "how the
committee could be so insensitive
Continued on Page 9-A
ON FRENCH TV
Klarsfeld
Traps Foe
By Accident
Ouster Demanded ... 11 A
By VIRGINIA LONG
JTA Parts Correspondent
Nazi hunter Beate Klarsfeld
hoped to bring convicted Nazi
war criminal Kurt I.ischka to
justice. Instead, she may have
succeed in helping drum out a
former Nazi of another sort.
The paradox grewout of the
highly publicized trial on Cologne
in which a court found Mrs.
Klarsfeld guilty, ironically, of at-
tempting to abduct Lischka, a 64-
year-old grain dealer, to France,
where a life sentence for war
crimes awaits him.
As the trial ended, a note of
protest against Jewish "venge-
ance" came from a prominent
West German legislator.
THIS WAS Ernst Achenbach,
65. who served as a Nazi diplomat
in the Third Reich's Paris Em-
bassy during World War II and
Continued on Page 8 A


Page 2-A
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Friday. July 26,
1974
Cyprus Takes Heat Off Israel's Problems

Continued from Page 1-A
trying to solve the Cyprus war
to find the fime*Yor the Israel-
Arab conflict.
THE ATMOSPHERE in the Is
rae.i street was one of sympathy
with the Turks. First, because
the Greek military regime is not
popular in Israel, just as it is not
in most Western democracies.
Second because they believe
the Gretks have asked for it in
the coup d'etat, and thirdly
because of the old Makarios-Arab
f. lendtihip.
Although the Turks are Mos-
lem they are considered more
friendly with Israel than the Cy-
priote There are charges d'af-
faires in ls;ael and Turkey.
THERE IS an Israeli embassy
in Cyprus, but no Cypriot repre-
sentation in Jerusalem. Turkish
presence in Cyprus means. Is-
raelis hope, less Russian and
Arab influence on that island.
Finally, as long as the Cyprus
crisis is in the headlines, the
world spotlight turns away from
Israel, and the pressure on Israel
for quick decision may be some-
what loosened.
The Likud Knesset faction has
asked for an urgent motion to
the agenda, claiming the Cyprus
crisis has a lesson for Israel
that a country cannot depend on
the UN to secure agreements
made between two parties.
CAN THE situation affect Is-
rael's military situation0 The
army spokesman reacted with
no comment" to the question,
and would not te 1 whether Israel
has rcinfo.ced its lineup follow-
ing the Turkish invasion.
However. military sources
were quoted as saying that due
to the belligerent atmosphere in
the area, and reports of seven
Rus ian divisions put on alert,
1-rael should now keep a close
watch at the movements of Arab
armies." thr expert' were quoted
to say.
Both the Turkish charge d'af-
faire an.i the Gretk diplomatic
representative called on the for-
eign ministry and explained their
go\ernment's stand in the issue.
ONE SATISFACTION Israelis
Relations Between States is Key
JERUUSALEM,JTA> Premier Yitzhak Rabin Mid here that
the Mideast conf ict was basically a conflict herwen states, and there-
fore the key to its solution lay in the relations between the states in
conflict.
Israel, he said, sought to nego-
tiate with the neighboring states
to end the conflict.
IN THOSE negotiations, all the
problems which cause tension in
the region, including the Pales-
tinian problem, would be aired
and resolved.
The Premier conceded that
there was indeed "A problem of
Arabs who used to live ... or do
still live in Palestine ."
But. he continued. "This is a
secondary issue which must be
fciuv! and can be solved once the
Arab states are ready to make
peace and to reconc.le them-
sclve- to the existence of Israel
as a Jewish independent state."
RABIN REPLIED to questions
at a Foreign Press Association
luncheon at the King David Ho-
te.. Many of the newsmen pres-
ent sought to query him on the
Palestinian issue, following a
state.ient by Information Minis-
ter Aharon Yariv at the weekend
that tars*] could possibly nego-
tiate with the PLO if that organi-
za.ion renounced its declared aim
of destroyil the Jewish state
and undertook to and in fact
cci.s.>: teirorist actions.
Rabin jcid he thought this
quoatioa was completely hypo-
thetical and therefore did not
warrant an answer from him. It
w .. vild' to as.-ume that
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tween states was broken, there
would be "ten groups" which
wouid seek representation and
negotiation with them, he said.
Israel had "daily dialogue"
with the Palestinians within its
borders and in the administered
areas probably more dialogue
with them than the PLO had
There were, he said, plentiful
oppoitunities for an exchange of
views.
A POLITICAL organization
growing up under Israeli rule
would not be accepted by the
Arabs themselves who would feel
that it was unauthentic, the Pre-
mier explained to a query on why
political organizations are banned
on the West Bank.
Israel's next step would be to
wait and see how the signatories
of the two disengagement ac-
cords proceeded now, Rabin said,
while at the same time "explor-
ing in the coming months the
possibilities of moving towards
peace."
TWs process of exploration was
complicated, of course, by the
fact that there were no direct
channels of communication be-
tween Israel and the Arabs.
Israel, he said, saw in the
Geneva conference a framework
wherein bilateral negotiations
could be conducted between Is-
rael and each of the other par-
ties.
It wou'd not be reasonable to
expect "any productive and posi-
t:\e outcome" from a plenary
session wheie all the Arab dele-
gations and the Soviets and the
media weie all assembled toge-
ther.
THE FORM which the next
stage of the peace talks would
take was not only up to Israel."
After the disengagement ac
cords, it had seemed likeiy that
the next round would be with
Egypt.
"But we are ready to negotiate
with anyone who is ready to
negotiate with us," he said.
"We hr.e to find out which
party is ready to ta.'k and ad-
just our way of thinking to the
first partv which is ready."
After the war and the disen
gagements. it had indeed seem
e.:. as Dayan had said at the
time, that Egypt was bent on
peace and reconstruction.
But speeches made in Egypt in
recent week i "put a question
mark" on this hypothesis, an.
Rabin now "hoped that they stili
suive the conflict."
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had from the .situation was the
fact that Israel had turned dur
ing the weekend into a world
communications center. The
telephone line between the Je-
rusalem Radio newsroom and the
Ledra Palace Hotel in Nicosia
was the only link between news-
men in the besieged hotel and
tne outside world.
Thus, dozens of Israeli and
foreign newsmen could send
their reports via Jerusalem to ail
paits of the world
The telephone contact oper-
ated only in the direction of Je-
rusalem-Nicosia and not vice
vena
Thu. it was only Saturday at
10 am. that Israel Radio con-
tacted the hotel, which is situated
on the border between the Greek
and Tuikish quarters of Nicosia.
FROM THEN on. the tele-
phone line between the hotel and
the radio station was kept open
almost lansasBitLy.
One Israeli reporter. Ron Ben
Vishai. of Israel Television,
found himself in the middle of
the fighting He was standing on
the hotel's roof, watching the
fighting, when a bazooka rocket
hit the building and killed a
Greek soldier standing only 60
feet away from the Israeli re
porter.
Some 45 Israelis, of those *.
had found refuge in the L*
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London by train. The Sundi,
night group of 37 was met bv tb
Israel Ambassador, Gideon' Fl>
fael. and the consul Chaim Goa
ma. who arranged their hotel.
and took care of their
needs.
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been looked after by the Brian
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UJA, Gotham Federation in Tie
members of the Association of
Jewish Anti-Poverty Workers
who repeated an earlier charge
that the Federation has not been
poor Jews in New York, rawt
of them elderly.
This charge had been refuted
earlier by Solender in a lengthy
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
NEW YORK (JTA) With
the traditional l'chayim toast,
drinking Isiacli wine, officials of
the United Jewish Appeal of
Greater New York and the Fed-
eration of Jewish Philanthropies
officially announced they have
permanently unified their annual
fund-raising drives.
Until the historic merger. New
York City was the only city in
the United States to have sep-
arate campaigns for the local
community and the UJA.
LAURENCE A. TISCH, Presi-
dent of the New York UJA who
is chairman of the 30-member
board for the campaign, said that
"by combining our forces we can
do a better job to raise the mon-
ey needed to support the people
who need support" in New York
City. Westchester County and
Long Island, as well as Israel and
the rest of the world.
Mayor Abr.-ham Beame, who
was at the press conference an-
nouncing the merger, noted that
the two groups were probably
the "greatest fund-raising organi-
zations" in the United States and
said "I wish you well."
Tisch noted that after the Yom
Kippur War. the two groups ran
a combined $280 million drive in
which donors could still mark
which organization would receive
their contributions.
NOW ALL the funds will go to
the joint campaign and will then
be allocated to Federation and
UJA.
William Rosenwald. campaign
board president and honorary
chairman of the New York UJA
board of governors, noted, how-
ever, that donors will still be
able to give separately to the Is-
rael Emergency Fund.
Tisch said the most important
gain by the merger is that volun-
teers will be able to see more
people during a nine to ten-
month campaign, thus raising
more funds.
He noted that 90 percent of
the volunteer solicitors for the
two groups had woiked in both
campaigns in the past.
He said that the combined
dl ive would be more efficient
and the consolidation of two
staffs would result in an admin-
istrative savings of $1.5 to $2'
million a year.
THE FUND-rabing goal for I
the new drive will be set by the
board July 31. Titch said. Law-
rence B. Buttenwieser, immedi-1
ate past president of FJP, is
campaign chairman, Ernest W. !
Michel, of UJA, is executive vice
president and campaign director;
and Sanford Solender, of FJP, is
executive vice president.
Solender explained that the
minimum allocation for the FJP
for the first two years of the
merged campaign will be based
on the FJP's net income from |
the 1972 drive plus the percent- j
age increase since then given by
13 cities in the Large City Budg-
eting Conference to the local
communities.
He estimated this at $18.4 mil-
lion in the new campaign.
THE CAMPAIGN headquar-
ton, which is at the Greater New ;
York UJA offices, was picketed ,
during the press conference by
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JERUSALEM (JTA) Is-
raelis are watching with the
keenest interest developments in
Iraq's northern provinces where
a new armed confrontation ap-
pears imminent between the
Iraqi army and rebellious Kurds
led by Mulla Mustafa Barzani.
An ultimatum the Baghdad re-
gime handed Barzani 20 days ago
expired last week with no indi-
cation that the rebels would ac-
cept the limited autonomy plan
offered them by the Baathist
government.
THE GOVERNMENT threat-
ens to implement the plan by
force. Barzani's 15.000 strong
guerrilla army "Pesh Mer-
jha" has been freshly-
equipped with weapons and is
prepared to resist.
Although these events are re-
mote from Israel and are not di-
rectly involved in the Arab-Is-
raeli conflict, what happens in
the northern reaches of Iraq
could have considerable bearing
on whether there is a disengage-
ment agreement or renewed war-
fare on^he Syrian front.
Observers here point out that
in its past troubles with the
Kurds, the Iraqi government was
forced to seek the help of Syrian
troops.
THIS THE Kurdish rebellion
in the 1960s made for a period of
quiet on Israel's northern f.-on-
tier.
Today, the greatly expanded
Iraqi army is considered capable
of dealing with the rebels alone
except that the Kurds may get
support fiom Iraq's powerful
neighbor. Iran.
Relations between Baghdad
and Teheran are at an all time
low. The Iranians are in close
touch with Barzani whom they
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consider part of the pan-Iranian
movement and a natural ally.
It is the Iranians rather than
the Kurds who constitute the
kind of military threat that
forces Baghdad to keep its army
at home rather than in Syria
where it fought against Israel in
the Yom Kippur War.
IF IRAQI forces cannot be ex-
pected to reenforce the Syrian
army along the Golan Heights,
the Damascus regime may well
adopt a more moderate position,
Israeli sources believe.
The hawks in Damascus who
are demanding that President
Hafez Assad cooperate with Iraq
against the "soft line" taken by
President Anwar Sadat of Egypt
are not likely to prevail if Iraq
becomes militarily and politically
embroiled in its own internal
problems.
IT IS believed here therefore
that Barzani will indirectly influ-
ence the course of disengagement
talks between Israel and Syria,
the preliminary stages of which
are scheduled to start in Wash-
ington soon.
If the Iraqis find themselves
with a full-scale rebellion on
their hands backed by Iran, the
pace and tenor of disengagement
talks with Syria could be affect-
ed, observers here believe.
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In a stormy session, the confer-
ence's Plenary agreed to invite
12 liberation movements, those
recognized by the Arab League
and the Organization of African
Unity, as observers to the par-
ley.
THIS OUTCOME was practical
ly assumed a day earlier over
Israel's objections when by an
88-2 vote, with 35 abstentions, the
Plenary agreed that it could
change its composition.
Israel had argued at that ses-
sion that it was illegal for the
sea conference to include any
state or groups nut alreauy par-
ticipating.
Hamilton Amerinque, of Sri
Lanka (Ceylon), president of the
conference, told the gathering
that the liberation movement;
were being invited on the prin-
ciples of "humanitarianism and
universality."
He said he realized that "it
isnt easy for some" to accept this
decision, but he hoped "no em-
barrasing situations would be
provoked."
IN SPITE of President Amerin-
Que's attempts at conciliation, a
heated debate followed when
chief Israel delegate Ambassador
Amiel Jahar described the PLOs
terrorist activities against his
country.
Several Arab representatives
tnen accused Israel of injecting
topics unrelated to the sea con
forence into the discussions and
asked that Najar be called to
order.
The debate endd with Isra-l's
demand that its opposition to the
seating of the PLO be put on
record.
ALTHOUGH THE consensus
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The United States. France and
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The Path to Justice
Theie has always been evidence to suqgest that the
1 oid woiks His Will in most mysteiious ways.
One should not be suipiised. His is not the fault that
men visit aqony on theii fellow men.
But His is the qloiy when oppressors qet their due.
Inch is Am COM Ib the stianae stoiy of Naxi hunter
Beat.- Puiihkl,
Last week, we noted in these columns how contrary
Mtffli that vi CokKM couit sentenced her to two
t:y ik: lo apprehend Nat; war criminal Kurt
v. tile l.ischka 000s about hi> business t:ee and
unpun shed.
ruckua thai re touvd West German
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1S74
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Continued from Page 1-A
singer's remark with that of Jac-
ques Servan-Schreiber, Minister
ol Reforms in the new Cabinet of
President Valery Giscard d'Es-
taing.
THE POPULAR minister was
critical ol the French government
for exploding an atomic bomb in
the Pacific. He was fired imme-
diately by d'Estaing. the French
analyst said, "because no head
of state can countenance a sub-
ordinate telling the public that
his leader does not control his
own government. Can Nixon be
^ Arafat Says He Won't
Y Cite Ip PLO Fight
f For Independent Palestine
NEW YORK (JTA) Yasir
Arafat, head of the Palestine Lib-
eration organization, in an inter-
view with Newsweek Senior
Editor Arnaud de Borchgrave. re-
cently said that his people have
"taken the decision to establish
a Palestinian national authority
on any piece of land from which
the Israelis withdraw." yet they
will continue their guerrilla raids
inside Israel because "we have
no choice."
Arafat said, "the gun has
made our peopie regain a lot we
had lost since 1948
"OUR HEROIC struggle has en-
abled us to become the most im-
portant number in the Mideast
equation."
He said that today, most west-
ern fovermnenrs concede the
need for the creation of a Pales-
tinian state, whereas before the
Palestinian armed resistance, "we
had no identity, no national
character.
"Commando raids are one of
the political means we use," said
the Palestinian leader.
"Our basic aim is the survival
of onr "rrtple. their right to go
home and the formation of a
modern democratic state."
By what the Palestinians do on
the land they obtain from the
Israelis. Arafat said, "we will
prove that our idea of a dem
ocratic state is not only feasible
but workable."
COMMENTING on De Borch-
prave's observation that Arab
leaders think guerrilla warfare
against Israeli civilians has be-
come counter productive in term?
of arhleving a Palestinian state.
Arafat said. "This theory is er-
roneous. And we dont make war
acainst civilians. Those who have
fallen were the victims of Israeli
arrogance and stubbornness."
"II the Israelis are serious
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any different?"
in blaming the military- for fail
ure on SALT at the summit. Kis-
singer pointed a finger at De-
fense Secretary James R. Schle
singer, his Harvard classmate
who has also risen phenominally
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appointive hierarchy.
SCHLESINGER'S thinking on
Soviet-American relationship In
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is close to that of Sen. Henry M
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At the summit. Nixon decided to
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the State Department if and
when Kissinger should leave.
Others consider the post will
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retary of State Kenneth Ru6h,
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czar at the White House, or
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to Undersecretary only last win-
ter after having resigned as As-
sistant Secretary for the Middle
East to become president of
Hamilton College.
WHAT WILL happen to the
Soviet emigration and Middle
East issues should Kissinger
leave? Basically, the same policies
will continue. Nixon made his
commitments to Leonid I Brezh
nev on most favored nation
status and credits, and. therefore,
no matter who is Secretary of
State as was evident during Wil
ham P. Rogers' tenure, the Ad-
ministration cannot deviate from
that course even If Congress
won't go along
Regarding the Middle East, the
policy of persuading Israel to give
up land while encouraging the
Arabs to look upon the United
States with friendlier eyes was
believed to have been set even
before Kissinger took office bare-
ly a fortnight before the Ycm
Kippur War broke out.
IF THE war had not taken
place, other means would ha>e
new
East.
The era of
been found at the State iw- -
ment-less dramatic. less^S"
less agonmng-to develop
rea,,t'es h the
'Pvenhandedn^
was in the Nixon hand of ST
Therefore the policy w,ll ?
same in the foreseeable
although the tactics raiv
should alternatives be 'reou'^
In the delicate business !
place. t0J
Perhaps the most telling coa
ment of all on the possibility f,
Kissinger leaving the governnW
was the remark of a senior 1
final when he was asked wh
the effect of the Secretary's de-
parture would be on the State
Department.
IN MATTER of fact toBes ^
in a manner indicating that Kg.
singer's resignation appears to be
a certainty and not a rumor whit.
It still is at this stage, the office
responded that the State DePi-.
ment has many good people in $
and will continue to function
In other words, the Department
considers no one in it is wc.j.
pens able and it will go its way M
usual whoever is at the helm.

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Page 9-A
resbytery Hit With Whitewash9 Charge
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Jewish concerns as to dismiss
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evidence."
[e gave as an example a writ-
statement by Elizabeth C.
,re. president of the church's
therhood Council.
ipclaring that Glenesk "cer-
[y has been guilty of anti-
iih words and actions," Mrs
ire went on to say that "it is
i American to single out any
B'ir'
race, culture or religion for in
suits and abuse" and that those
who did so "should not be allow
ed to continue unscathed."
Reich said that even shortly
after Mr. Glenesk's exoneration
by the Presbytery, the minister
wrote in the June 23 issue of the
church bulletin that "the Rabbi
and Zionists of the Brotherhood
Synagogue" had brought a "boy-
cott and blacklist Gestapo tactic"
upon the Village Church.
'GIVING MR. Glenesk a clean
bill of health obviously encour-
aged him to continue to spread
his long established animosity to-
ward Jews." Reich said.
He included the following
among examples he said the Pres
bytery had failed to recognize as
being anti-Semitic.
A statement in the March
issue of the church bulletin in
which Mr. Glenesk said: "Ancient
Israel was always under the
Lord's indictment for whoring,
greed, and infidelity, a situation
which does not seem to have im-
proved in modern times."
At an Oct. 21 church meet-
Jug reported in a ''magazine,
Glenesk called Israel "a racist
state."
After a "victory and peace
for Israel" prayer notice was
posted by Brotherhood Synagogue
on its own bulletin board follow-
ing the Yom Kippur attack on
Simon Vows to Meet Israelis in November
| JERUSALEM (JTA) Plans
create a Cabinet level commit-
to handle economic relations
*een the United States and
a--', were approved here at a
t >ing between Secretary of
-.,..iry William Simon and
( .Minister Yehoshua Ra-
set up four working
to implement the agree-
j i agreed to meet again in
er in Washington to dis-
\.. the progress of the groups
will make studies of the
Nixon Tells
Rabbi Korff
He's Innocent
Continued from Page 1-A
ueh Korff. head of the Com-
for Fairness to the Pres-
Ii S'ixon held a lengthy in-
Kiew with Rabbi Korff on
13 and answered a series
ritten questions from Rabbi
r:'t on May 29.
The President's response to
i ets of inquiries was pub-
j in Rabbi Korff's new
rback book, "The Personal
;on: Staying on the Summit."
o:;^hed by Fairness Publish-
(, which is controlled by Rab-
Korff's committee. Rabbi
) visited the President at
Summer White House here
lb' ami presented him with
>py of the book.
JIXON SAID in the inter-
| that he had ordered the
Ijor airlift of weapons to la-
the Yom Kippur War
'ions of many Admin-
offlchls and a'so :e-
hjections from the "so-
lera elite" to his de-
lion to name Kissinger as Sec-
: State.
also cited his appoint-
if Dr. Herbert Stein as
lirman of the Council of Eco-
t> Advisors. Dr. Arthur
ims as chairman of the Fed-
i. Reserve System, and Wal-
Annenberg. Jr., as Ambas-
Jor to Britain, as among his
bpointments of Jews to major
Mta.
[When hi named James R
lesinger as Deiense Secre-
ry. he told Rabbi Korff. a
ih ranking official said to
i "Do you know Schlesin-
^r's background? Is he Jewish.
He has a Jewish name."
NIXON SAID he replied that
had no idea whether Schles-
;er was a Jew, that it would
t prove ^anything if he was
>d that he had chosen Schles-
jer for the Cabinet post be-
luse he considered him the
pi person to fill it.
|Schlesingec was born Jewish
i inverted.
>,000 Expected To Attend
International Boot Show
More than 300.COO persons are
ipocted > attend the 1975 Inter
Jtional Boat Show in the Miami
each Convention Center Feb. 20-
according to John Rogers.
Jecutive manager of the mam
Dth ce\en-dav -how.
new addition to the center.
*' nearing completion, will add
).000 square feet of space to
show, for a total of nearly
L0O0 square feet of exhibition
possibilities of American private
investment in Israel, raw mate-
rial supplies, technical aid and
expansion of trade,
ISRAELI OFFICIALS report
ed that Rabinowitz repeated to
Simon the Israeli government's
request for an additional SI 5 bil-
lion in military aid over the next
three years, stressing that Is-
rael's defense burden was very
high.
Simon said, at a meeting with
Rabinowitz. and Commerce and
Industry Minister Haim Barlev,
that he hoped the United States
would continue providing mas-
sive economic aid to Israel de-
spite growing opposition in Con-
gress !o foreign aid in general.
He said he believed that in-
vestments in Israel were eco-
nomically worthwhile.
BARLEV ASKED Simon for
reasonable terms for purchase of
equipment for nuclear and elec-
tric power, adding that Israel ex-
pects to buy $800 million worth
of such equipment during the
next seven years.
Barlev also asked for a cut in
customs duties between Israel
and the U.S. and help for the
development of industrial re-
search.
In a statement replying to Ra-
binowitz's welcome at Ben Gur-
ion Airport. Simon declared: "I
promise you that we will be help-
ful in every way we can with the
help and the assistance that has
been so characteristic of our rela-
tionship these past years and
which reached its peak during
our President's recent visit hen
Simon wound up his talk; with
Israeli officials bv the
need for Israel to develop means
to stabilize her economy rather
than depending on American fi-
nancial aid.
SIMON'S THREE days of talks
in Egypt, which pieceiied his vis-
it here, reportedly concentrated
on guarantees for American in-
vestments in Egypt and liberali-
zation of Egypt's economic sys-
tem. President Anwar Sadat of
Egypt said, after a conference
with Simon, that the latter's trip
was "a real contribution to
peace."
Simon said he had assured Sa-
dat that he would have an answer
soon on how much grain Egypt
could receive from the U.S. un-
der the Food for Peace program
but he adiied that Egypt would
not get all the wheat it wants
from the U.S. aione.
Rabbi Meir Kahane,
founder of the Jewish De-
fense League, reappeared
before Israeli newsman in
television as leader of a
new movement, "Kach"
(Like That!). The program
parallsls that of the Is-
raeli JDL. It calls for or-
ganizing an anti terror
group.
the Jewish State, Glenesk offered
"regrets" in the Oct. 14 church
bulletin to "our friends, Arab,
non-Zionist Jews and all who are
offended by the arrogant, self-
righteous sign."
Glenesk's repeated posting
of anti-Israel, pro-Arab propagan-
da on the church bulletin board
since 1971 when he assumed the
pastorate.
In the Sept. 9 church bul-
letin, under the heading "Our
Life Together," Glenesk wrote
that "the early experience of the
followers of Christ in an alien
environment, persecuted by the
Jewish theocracy and the Roman
oligarchy" was "comparable to
our situation as a minority and
remnant in New York City."
His description of the Holy
Ark installed 17 years ago by the
Jewish congregation with the ap-
proval of both the church con-
gregation and his predecessor as
an "obtrusion and omnipresence
... a symbol of arrogant piety."
His vociferous objections to
an age-old tradition of Judaism,
the synagogue's erection of a
"sukkah" a temporary booth
symbolizing the Tabernacle car-
ried by the Children of Israel dur-
ing their Exodus from Egyptin
observance of the week-long fes-
tival of Sukkoth.
MR. REICH also pointed out
that in Glenesk's previous pas-
torate, Spencer Memorial Church
in Brooklyn Heights, he staged
anti-Jewish "Passion Plays," forc-
ing the Brooklyn Heights Syna-
gogue to vacate the shared prem-
ises and alienating large segments
of the Christian community.
Reich said the Presbytery's fail-
ure to censure Glenesk would
"seriously hamper any joint ven-
ture by the Presbytery of New
York City and the Jewish com-
munity to build greater under-
standing between the two faiths,"
although adding that interreli-
gious cooperation would continue
to be sought with the aid of in-
dividual clergy and laymen who
exhibit a sensitivity to Jewish
concerns."
Warning: The Surgeon General Has Determined
That Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your Health.


Seymour ^A). oLiebman
Sacred Mushrooms Catholics, Jews
pHW ALMOST three millenia. Judaism and
1 Christianity did tittle to have their disciples
understand tn>"other ftrth Tti"fact. Christianity
did all it could to instill hatred of the Jews in
Christendom.
The ecumenism of recent vintage had produced
much dialogue hut only miniscule advances in
n'< rfaith accommodation.
ONE OF the problems facing Christianiiv is
trvit it is predicated on the life and death of
!'-us Any change in the accepted beliefs con-
cerning Jesus and any undermining of the ve-
racity of the Gospels might result in incalcuable
dan aye to the Faith.
Judaism is a historical religion and has played
down veneration of personalities and places.
There is no Jewish observance of the birth or
dra'h of Moses, there ai no Jewish saints, and
no religious homage is paid to even our greatest
scholars.
Jewish don't even agree on the location of
Mount Snai. The Jewish Bible is holy regard-
of whether one believes or disbelieves that
ilo-o- is the author.
i:':visicmst and liberal Christian theolo-
ad the historicity of much
' the Synoptic fo v- 'rmes in his book.
Jesus the Jew." (Macmillan Publishing Co.. New-
York. $6.95. 286 pp.) supplies much to disturb
Christian concepts of Jesus.
The baok is a worthy successor to Klausner's
Jesus of Nazareth."" Vermes posits that Jesus
H u | Galilean hasid with the title of rabbi."
meaning teacher.
The author differentiates between Palestinian
Hebrew Christians, who were the original dis-
ciplcs, and the Helienestic Pagan Christians who
created a different, if not mythical. Jesus
JOHN M. ALLEGRO, a noted philologist, in
"The Sacred Mushroom and the Cross." (Bantam
Books, New York. $1.65) believes that fertility
rites and sexual symbolism are the foundations
of maior retigteat. He asserts that the ancient
world was obsessed with phallic symbols and
that the verbiage of religious history Is of ~'\
u. 1 origins.
Servants of God or Masters of Men"" by
Victor Daniel Bonilla < Penguin Books $2 t>5. 304
pp ) is a polemic against the inhuman treatment
of Colombian Indians by Capuchin monks. The
an themas of Pope Pius XI and the failure of
Colombia to separate Church and State have led
to the abuses of the Indians which are a shame
-\ Col mbia and to humanity.
Friday. July 26, 1974 *VWf ^r/#>r
Day Schools Being Nought
^4 Ten Small Coniinuniiir,
A
N EFFORT will be made dur-
the coming school year
to establish ten Hebrew day
schools in smaller Jewish com-
munities in the United States.
within the frame of Ku.
a Jewish world view
The school officials
that such issues n
tions votes and the
laiti
numties in the United States. scan"da,"JT, "" ""' ** |
ranging in population from 1.000 STAj^JS^
to 7500 Jews, according to Torah
the National Society
*^
J~tii~/ccl! C^-o/i'i
Jsrae! a Leader \\\ Work! Sports
Tel Aviv
1/OR A physically small country.
Israel stages more sports
ents and participates in moro
international competitions than
any other nation its size in the
world.
In the course of every five-
year cycle, two international
games, the Haooel and Mac-
cabiah. are conducted here with
a: least 1.000 guest athletes from
some 26 countries competing in
the respective games. Last year
was the year of the Maccabiah.
next year is the year of the Ha-
pofliada.
THERE ARE 800 Hapoel clubs
in Israel with 100000 members.
Next year the organization, the
sports arm of the Histadrut. will
be celebrating its 50th anniver-
sary with its 10th set of interna-
tional games.
Unlike the Maccabiah which is
open only to Jewish athletes, the
Hapoeliada includes competition
for some of the greatest sports
performers in the world.
During the 1971 games, such
Olympian champions as Kipchoge
Keino, John Aku-Bua. Mike Bur-
ten. Rodney Pattison. Sandra Nel
son. Charley Green, Julius Sang
and Robert Oiko participated ir
their specialties
CONCEIVED as a convocation
of Labor athletes, originally, the
Hapoeliada has mushroomed into
a miniature Olympics. For exam
pie. the United States, which no
longer activates competition
. .,.
among the bbor unions, dis-
patches the best athletes that th<
AAU and colleges cap. collage at
the time of competiti >n
Next year the dates are set for
Ma> 1 to 9. which coincides with
the Pan-American games. Despite
the conflict in schedules the IS
will be well represented here
Martin L. Cohen, of Local 105,
president of Hapoel USA. here
for a preparatory meeting on be
h; If of the upcomi.su Hapoeliada
has gone on record indicating the
U.S. will send its largest delega-
tion ever.
COHEN IS of the opinion that
there will be 50 to 60 athlete,
from the States competing in the
upper level strata of competition,
with possibly 40 youngsters of
the Jewish faith contesting in
events to be conducted at their
skill level,.
Marty, a vice president of the
is Committee Sports for Israel,
and a member of the Hackensack
YMHA board of directors, urged
the delegates convened here to
arrange competitions for Jewish
athletes ol lesser ability than the
world renowned stars and his
suggestion has been adopted.
Yoseph Inbar. general secre-
tary of Hapoel. and his organizing
committee, have commenced set-
ting up planning groups to ac-
commodate Jewish athletes in
addition to the world's finest
jocks. Consequently, you can look
for young boys and girls who
compete in the National Jewish
Welfare B tard orbit, for example.
making their debut in their first
international competition against
Israelis and other Jewish >oung-
Sters from around the world in
their age and skill bracket!
Umesorah,
for Hebrew Day Schools
The decision to undertake such
an effort was made in response
to a resolution adopted by some
400 principals and administrators
of Hebrei day schools in North
America, meeting at an annual
convention in Atlantic City.
THE FIVE DAY convention
was held und.r auspices of the
\ u on '1 Conference of Yeshiva
Pru, pals and the National Asso-
ol Daj School Administra-
tors, affiliates of Torah I'meso-
: Joseph Kaminetaky, nation-
I lirectoi I T irah Umesorah,
.., ,i \. 29 c tn munities
United Stati with Jewish
pi- bel '- en 5.000 and
7,50 and tnat al bttl five ha 1
N -
He there
ties with
: | bei i e 'n
ind that five of
,. ced '1 >
scho >1 T i rorafa '
I i bools in
-i
Til! ITM.VOIFAL8 i ad-
ministrators also approved a
resolut the .!...
- '-...' curricular current events
rriculs
da) schools in which moral vV
are stressed
Rabbi Bernard Goldenbmin
rah l mesorah director u
organization, said that i
events are taught at pi
Is American and world v
in the genera! portion of *J
school curriculum
Accordingly, he
ish significance of -.; ,,_:
as the crusades and the Prtajl
revolution, and
such as IN act
the students.
HE SAID Torah
been asked bj '
the administrat
paration ol new
porating a religio
be supplied for i *.-!/
menl ol I
and th -till'
w as un lerwaj at the iia\
ICJ
school '
. i national
paign tor Hebn
li r finani I ,
mmunal
1 u.u and b it
and benefits for ..
atong with !n< rea
>n for both ; i- ^~i?\
ministrators,
Halm Topol Plays Italian Galileo
Hollywood
JAIM TOPOL, humorous-earthy as "Saitoh*1 and
"Tevya.' for a change of pace now portrays
or. the screen the title role in Berthold Brecht's
ins with the tragic plight of the
physicist and astronomer of the Ital.an Renais-
e who refused to compromise with truth
even if ordered to do so by the Pope himself
Topol had played the par) before to his own He-
brew production on the itage in Tel Aviv.
In Hollywood, director Joseph Lose] I tltobo
rated with the German author on the English
language text and a quarter of i centurj
co-produced the world premier at the long defunct
Coronet Theater with the late Charles Laughton.
who then essayed the part of "Galileo." a chs
ter symbolizing non-conformity anytime.
tie re.
any
BRECHT AND Losey themselves were called
to take i stand a year later and refused to recant
Now Topol is the first truly international star
to come out of Israel and portray a figure from
history and world literature.
S r John Gielgud will appear opposite ha i.
Fly Landau's presentation within the
son of the American Film Theat
The picture is scheduled to
cameras al the studio, of London and
tion in Europe.
henry W EINStlin. the Americas
iter's vice president for creal
announces For production in England I
Devi I Stor ry's "In Celebrati i
Bates t :.". 1 I lau group prep
wood the previously announced EichmaOBBUM
I:ie Man in the (HasS Booth,'' from the WesMs]
and Broadway drama by Robert Shaw
Arthur Hiiier of "Love Story" will directIkj
title role created by Donald Pleaseoo
enacted by Maximilian Schell who most recestiT'
returned from Germany where he portl
tactual character of SS Captain Eduard R*
man. head of the concentration camp ''
"The Odessa File." from the book bj Freder.a
Forsvth
Golda's Thrilled t be Back in Role of a full Time Grandmollu
sf'OLPA MEIR i oloH inK. imil______,ou_____ *II,IV UlttllUIIIVllll
QOLDA MEIR is glad to be free of her post. She says
she looks forward to the pleasure of cooking for
her children and grandchildren. What's the pleasure of
running a government compared to making tzimmes?
Tzimmes makes everyone happy. All parties like it. No
one pickets your tzimmes.
Golda started in Israel as a farmer in a kibbutz.
She is glad to be going back to the farm.
MADE US think of another case. A man who was
a farmer and after many years away from the farm
happy like Golda to get back to it.
Lived in Virginia This man owned a farm as big
as a whole kibbutz. Tall and impressive looking but
once had the small pox and you could see the scars
on his face.
His father died when he was bar mitzvah and he
People said he couldn't tell a lie. which was not true.
Anyone who puts his mind to it can tell a lie but
he didn't unless it was absolutely necessary
HIS FIRST name began with the same letter a<
Golda's. His name was George. His mother's name was
Mary. She smoked, but he didn't. There are a lot of
P.ctures of him. It is on the postage stamp I am refer
ring to George Washington.
T
Washington was the head of the
government in
clJaviJ Cyc/tw
.ill: I

art*
turbulent days. The war of the American Revolution
had bal-e.y ended Vfo, Oltttion eruptod
and there were the Napoleon, whl,h ^
ere sharp repercussions in America.
wJZ?l ,'*? fMa l'me VirU,a:'y 1*taW!l war with
France and troubles with England.
- -
Washington said on quitting his post as Pn
that he had been denounced as though some eonunos
thief: that people said of him that he lusted for power
He said he would rather be on the farm than Emperot
of the world.
WASHINGTON was in a much more hitter mood
than GoMa when he quit office The Jewish mood
daj is not so happy. Israel is now marking its -'*
anniversary For the full time of its exist.nie the
hostility of the Arab., has continued. Such is the lament
Bo what1, we ask. Consider the case of America
Beginning with Washington's administration America
BUed to have troubles with England until they
tod in another war the War of 1812. a period ol
an,
Tin- October war with its unhappy beginning W
a bad toata, but consider what happened to the t
a the beginning of the War of 1812.
Th'' \<..... can force which was counted on to titt
Canada Itself surrendered to the British
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July 26. 1974
+Jfnisti fhrkttor
Page 11-A
iv US, Ambassador to Bahamas is Jeivish
ISHINGTON Seymour
of Bethesda, Md.. has been
in as U.S. Ambassador to
.....
ibtnM
who is Jewish, is a ca-
bfficer who has been direc-
kf the State Department's
L of Political Military' Af-
[since 1973.
[was a member of the plan-
ccordination staff from
[to 1973. He is originally
Chicago.
Rabbi Korff Attacked
YORK .*- prominent
Ui leader has sharply de-
fed Rabbi Baruch M. Korff
[foremost apologist for ram-
[immorality who aspires to
fatcrgate Watergate in the
of fair play and with one
kwoop to pervert democracy
legrade religion."
acknowledging Rabbi
Korff's right to express his own
views. Rabbi Alexander M. Schin-
dler, president of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
stated that the clergyman repre-
sents neither the views of "Ju-
daism or of the Jewish commu-
nity."
Rabbi Schindler said, "The
Jewish community in America
has had and retains a deep
faith in the democratic system,
the judicial system, ethical anil
moral values, and the traditions
of civil libetties and fair play."
ft it fc
Ready for Peace with Israel
LONDON Egyptian Premier
Anwar Sadat, interviewed on
BBC Television, said "I am ready
for a peace agreement with Is-
rael ''
Sadat said his acceptance of
Security Council Resolution 242
includes "a recognition of the
existence of the State of Israel."
He said the Palestinians should
be represented at the Geneva
peace conference. Satiat said he
was against terrorism and vio-
lence and claimed that he had
prevtntid a move to torpedo the
Q'uetn Elizabeth II when it was
carrying 590 American Jews to
cp
L a4U
kon Detente Has Really Failed
untinurd from Page 4 A
hesitation about the right
climax, in fact, was a Po-
:: eeting so ultralong that
i.eussion can only have
(extremely careful and de-
tailed, which in turn caused con-
siderable deity in the final So-
viet American meetings.
ONE DOES not know, of
course, if there would have been
a second Politburo meeting, with
an entirely different outcome, if
the President had ended by talk-
'C Employees Call
or Ex-Nazi Ouster
DSSELS (JTA) Several
ed employees of the Eur-
Commission headquartered
Ihuve demanded that Ernst
bach, a West German Lib
pputy. be expelled from the
pan Parliament.
|a petition, the employees
Bd Achenbach's expulsion
grounds that his attempt
rk the ratification of the
D-German treaty providing
ie re-trial in Germany of
par criminals is contrary to
Jndamental principles of the
pan community
jnbach presently heads a
emission of the European
lent.
IENBACH had originally
to become president of the
pan Commission itself but
Id was blocked because of
jazi past.
1970, former r esistance
working for the Eur-
Commission campaigned
kt hi-; candidacy because of
kp".l-ibility in the deporta-
French Jews during World
I Nazi hunter Bcate Klars-
1 fought his nomination as
fellow countryman, Willy*
Hv.impf.
[the time, Haferkampf head-
lOther commission in the
Kan Parliament and threat-
0 resign if Achenbach was
Hated.
Achenbach. formerly a German
war-time diplomat in Paris, had
close connections with Gestapo
Chief Kurt Lischka, and has up
to now successfully blocked rati-
fication of the 1971 Franco-Ger-
man treay that could bring Lisch-
ka and many others to.trial in
Germany.
MRS. KLARSFELD is now ap-
pealing a two-month sentence
from a Cologne court for her at-
tempt to kidnap Lischka and
bring him to trial in France.
Last week the German Young
Free Democrats demanded Achen-
bach's resignation as an FDP
member of Parliament. A FDP
leader said Achenbach's conduct
over the treaty ratification has
been a "political scandal which
could have consequences for the
FDP." harming its political im-
age and the credibility of its
foreign policv
He described Achenbach's call
for amnesty for Nazi criminals
as "cynical."
The Free Democrat Executive
Board meanwhile has proposed
that Achenbach be removed from
the Bundestag Foreign Affair;
Committee, where he has been
handling the ratification of thr
1971 treat- Mrs Klarsfeld's trial
and the support she Ins had out
side Germany has spotlighted
Germany's failure to ratify tru
treaty and Achenbach's centra!
role in blocking ratification.
Israel Gets Panther Patrv
AVIV(JTA)What Is-
keeda least these days is a
("Panther" group. But it ap-
l> has one.
|ce disclosed here the exist
f a group calling itself the
Sous Panthers" patterned
[the "Black Panthers" and
offshoot, the Blue and
Panthers "
IR EXISTENCE was dis-
when a suspected letter
iddressed to National Re-
ligious Party secretary general,
Zvi Bernstein, was turned over
to police. The envelope contain-
ed a harmless piece of metal and
a note heaping insuits on Bern-
stein.
It was signed "Religious Pan
?hers."
Police believe it may have been
sent by a dissident group or in-
dividual within the NRP opposed
to the party's joining Premier
Yitzhak Rabin's government.

ing cold turkey to General Sec-
retary Brezhnev.
That would have meant the
President's saying: "Progress
with SALT, however slow and
careful is what detente' is main-
ly about in the eyes of Amer-
icans: so I have to tell you. Mr.
Genera! Secretary, that the an-
swer l have been given here
means the end of detente.'"
Rightly or wrongly, the Presi-
dent reserved that chilling mes-
sage for the next time around.
Instead, the word for now is that
on the highest level of the Ad-
ministration a vast effort will be
launched of fundamental strate-
gic review and analysis. No doubt
that is no more than sensible.
But some plain facts also have
to be faced. In brief, the present
leaders of the Nixon Administra
tion tried to limit the worst ol
the arms race with an offer U
the Soviets that would have
seemed almost sloppily generous
to many responsible people in
the U.S. government.
THAT OFFER was turred
down flat, for good or ill and de
spite an obvious Soviet desire to
preserve the atmospherics o!
"detente."
That leaves the President and
the rest of us face to face with
the further ugly fact that losing
an arms race is the only thing
worse than being in an arms
race. That also leaves the Presi-
dent with no remaining shot in
his locker except telling the So-
viets and the American people
that "detente" has turned out to
be a bust.
Doing just that before it is too
late might even change the pres-
ent Soviet course.
Israel for the Jewish State's 25th
anniversary celebration.
Sadat also admitted that he
had been an admirer of Hitler
and that he and other Egyptians
bad supported the German cause
in World War II.
it it tr
Anti Semitism in Italy
ROME Heads of the Jewish
community here fear an under-
ground revival of anti-Semitism
in Italy based on the increase of
anti-Jewish incidents in the past
few years.
"I am seriously worried about
these incidents," said Chief Rab-
bi Elio Toaff. "The situation is
not helped by the po'itical, eco-
nomic and social unrest in the
country today."
Alfons M. Di Nola. a Jewish
professor, has published a book
called "Anti-Semitism in Italy,"
in which he lists various acts of
vandalism and violence over the
past ten years, all committed
against Jews or Synagogues.
Rabbi Toaff recently received
a letter addressed to "The Head
Rabbi of the Jews of Rome,"
which read, "For a Zionist such
as you there is only lead (a bul-
let) or the scaffold. You will get
it."
it it it
Hussein and Sadat Agree
TEL AVIV Kin Hussein of
Jordan and President Anwar Sa-
dat of Egypt have agreed that
the Palestine Liberation Organi-
zation should attend the Geneva
peace conference as an independ-
ent body, it was reported here
from Cairo.
The agreement was announced
in a Cairo communique issued
after three days of talks between
Hussein ami Sadat on ways to
reconcile Jordan and the Pales-
tinian guerrillas who were foieed
out of Jordan in 1970 after sev-
eral bloody battles with Jordan-
ian troops.
The communique said that the
PLO was "the legitimate repre-
sentative of the Palestinians, ex-
cept Palestinians living in the
Jordan Hashemite Kingdom" but
the communique did not specify
whether the Israeli-held West
Bank was part of that kingdom.
it it it
Answer to Moral Decline
LOS ANGELES Rabbi Joel
S. Geffen, of New York, for near-
ly 30 years spiritual advisor of
the National Federation of Jew-
ish Men's Clubs, told delegates
at the concluding dinner session
of the organization's 45th annual
convention here that "the erosion
of moral values in our day, as
reflected in part by the deep dis-
appointment of millions of Amer-
icans in their highest elected of-
ficials," has resulted in an ever-
accelerating self-examination of
the nation's soul.
Rabbi Geffen is director of the
Department of Field Activities
and Community Education of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America.
He declared that the world is
in great need of the ethically sen-
sitive man, the responsible and
responsive man.
it it
Dr. Kosenthal Dies
NEW YORK Dr. William A.
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LEO MINHJN
Students Change: Moving to Immobility
Continued from Page 4 A
likely to blow up in your face.
But Kent State was only one of
the factors militating against
continuing student rebellion
again^ the Leary panacea to
drop out and turn on in say,
Haight Asbury, or even in a col-
lege classroom which could be
easily disrupted by calling the
professor "pig"' and his course
irrelevant."
Certainly, the end of the war
in Vietnam at least our mas-
sive Involvement there also
acted as a sedative.
THEN THERE were the legal
rights accorded to young people
age 18, which demonstrated to
students that these rights have
made no substantial difference in
their own oppres.ed" lives if
anything, they ha\e found them
a disadvantage.
Neither have these- rights given
them any significant power to
change quickly or decisively in
society what they purported to
hold in contempt.
MY OWN observation is that
students have tended in the re-
cent past to take on the colora-
tion of student-- a decade or more
ago. Disillusioned wth their first
revolutionary effort, they have
suddt n .; abandoned the struggle
and become P. >;>ectable" in
the sen e that thej are. them-
selves, acquiring "pig" qualiti -.
Thej worry about how they
will niakr a living. Thej begin t>>
doubt that a college ed ication is
the answer to all theu increas-
y bourgeois dreams.
TECHNICAL and pava-profes-
sional short-term training pro-
grams are increasingly their
choice for the short-cut way to
acquire ail the material advan-
tages that just .i few years ago
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ances vis-a-vis the oppressed
Black=. Mexicans, the American
Indian.
But whereas it was "square"
to be religious a few years ago
(atheistic existentialism was the
philosophic rage or one of the
Oriental systems for the achieve-
ment of spiritual serenity), to-
day Christian students are fana-
tical in thei:- Christianity, and
Jewish students are fanatical in
their Zionism.
RECENTLY, I asked students
to read Mark Twain's "Reflec-
tions on Religion." The Christian
Students were incensed. It never
occurred to them that America's
most important humorist was so
bitterly atheistic.
ng betrayed by yet anoth-
er national hero, some of the
Christian students refused to dis-
cuss Twain's essay at all. Others
suggested it ought to be cen-
sored. A few questioned my own
reasons for assigning it quite
as if as a Jew) I was the devil's
atheistic advocate.
The Jewish students, in their
written responses, ever predicta-
bly but ... -' tended to agree
with Twain's rejection of a iit-
interpretation of the Rible
the same tin e dutifully
s] G :n that absurd way,
G-d, i.i hi them by witless He
teachers in their
lood.
IKE THEOLOGICAL ideologi-
lisi confusion in their
mir. |g] is fascinating,
and even at their worst many
Jewish students show a vibrant,
forward-looking view of the uni-
verse they mu from their elders. |-
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cause Israel it real a notion
Orthodox rabbis find so repre-
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blamed Secretary of State Hear.
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that Israeli intelligence knew
when the war would begin.
A, a result, .Marshall stated.
Egypt launched its attack earliei
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The Christian students suf-
fer none of this ideological pas-
sion not even the fascinating
Confusion, They have inherited,
unblemished, their parents' anti-
Semitism, and they will pass it
on to their children when they
become parents themselves
IX AX essay by Stokely Car-
michacl on "Black Power," they
said all the Tight" things about
oppression of minorities
In reaction to "Mein Kampf."
by Adolf Hitler, one student said
her father told her that Hitler
was a genius.
But mast ot the others dutiful-
ly and properly thought his the-
ories about inferior and su-
perior races were absurd. From
the vantagepoint of protecting
Blacks, they tried to demonstrate
that Hitler's proof that nature
abhors mixing of species Is I
It can not. they correctly ar-
gued, apply to man. since all
men, regardiess of race, are one
specie.
BIT WHEN I suggested that,
in the end. it was Jews Hitler t
was talking about, not !'.!a Mexicans or American Indians,
their tone changed radically.
The student whose father
taught her that Hitler was a
nius promptly challenged the
million figure as a gross exi
geration and. in fact, a propau
distic lie.
Another said that World Wai
II was fought to save the Ji I
MHLX I asked a group of
I") itiao ^tii lents what they
thought "f when they heard the
word. ""Black." the answer in-
variably wa "oppression."
When I asl.ed what they
thousht of wh<'ii they heard the
word. "Jew." one wi.man itu I ni
responded, "minks and Cadil-
lacs."
Her answer brought titters in
the classroom, knowing glances
from student to student, many of
them piously wearing gold
crosses.
The feeling was that Jews
"control" everything. They have
money, power, operate the press
and the government. Black stu-
dents said that Jews are their
worst enemy.
I AM XOT sue that I prefer
today's "respectable" student to
the lebellious revolutionary of
several years ago, hard though
he was to take.
Today's i- frightened, pretends
to be politically liberated and re-
ligiously conservative. Actually.
he is a piece of clay ready to be
molded by anyone who will
soothe his fears. Only his anti-
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growing.
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and they can not understand
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Issue Call for Return to Faitli
LOS ANGELES | JTA) Dr
David Lieber. president of the
University of Judaism in Loi
1 Angeles, sounded a clarion call
'here for a return to faith and for
improvement in the quality of
American Jewish life as one an
swer to the deep discontent and
despair which engulf the United
States and the world.
The head of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America's
West Coast School made the key-
note address before 400 delegates
and their wives attending the
40th annual convention of the
National Federation of Jewish
Men's Clubs.
AN ORGANIZATION composed
of 375 brotherhoods affiliated
with Conservative synagogues
throughout the United States and
Canada, it marked the first time
that any adult men's group with-
in the Conservative movement
had convened in California.
"Our troubles," Dr. Lieber ob-
served, "are many: an uncontrol-
led inflation in a world of shrink
ing resources, a runaway birth
rate in countries that already
know mass starvation, a marked
decline in the quality of life in
the great urban centers in the
midst of unparalleled affluence.
ADD TO this the total ab-
sence of moral leadership in
Washington, or for that matter
anywhere else, and we can ap
predate the spreading gloom in
many circles.
'Suddenly we have awakened
to the awful realization that the
God? of the 20th century have
failed us. that economic develop-
ment, technological expansion
and sociil engineering cannot
provide the healing which man-
kind requires to make it whole."
Aside from the genuine tradi-
tionalists, he said, "most Jews no
longer share a stable ideological
context, an inte^rative religious
vision to help us make sense of
our lives, sanctify ou." values and
celebrate our hopes.
"JEWISH LEADERS repeated
ly express concern over the step
ped-up rate of intermarriage, the
decline in the number of 6-to-13
year-olds receiving a Jewish edu
cation, and the fall-off in syna-
gogue membership as first and
second generation American Jews
depart from the scene, and their
children do not take their place."
Dr. Lieber said that not only
Jewish people but all of mank.nd
today should hearken to the
words of the late Rabbi Abraham
Heschel:
"Authentic faith is more than
an echo of a tradition It is a
creative llttutloil, an event. It
is an act of the whole person, of
mind, will and heart. It is sen-
sitivity, understanding, engage-
ment and attachmentnot some,
thing achieved once and for all."
THE SPEAKER was introduced
by Rabbi Joel S. Geffen. of New-
York, spiritual advisor of the
Federation, who asserted that to-
day's synagogue laymen have a
great responsibility to focus at-
tention upon the need for better
character education in religious
training.
I. Murray Jaet4>s. of Birming-
ham. Mich., is president of the
National Federation of Jewish
Men's Clubs, which is a constitu-
ent body of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America and the
United Synagogue of America.
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RELIGIOUS BLOC TIE VFfOFO
Call for Unity Party Alignment
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA) Four
Knesset members two of the
Labor Alignment and two from
Likud have urged the forma
tion of a national unity govern-
ment in which Labor and the op-
position parties would work in
partnership to lead Israel to
peace through strength, and
bridge the yawning social and
economic gaps in Israeli society.
That view was stated in a pam-
phlet published here by MKs
Arie Eliav and Shalom Levin of
Labor, and Shlomo Salman and
Dr. Benyamin Halevi of Likud.
The plea for a unity govern-
ment came as a surprise to both
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THE LEADERSHIP of both
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who apparently spoke for them-
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Abramov belongs to the more
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ALL FOUR had taken their
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rael's history.
They made their views public
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government which would kill
chances for a national unity re-
gime.
They urged such a regime be-
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from the aftermath of the Y'om
Kippur War, is still under heavy
political pressure and terrorist
attacks and has become so de-
pendent en the United States as
to rob it of its initiative and
even dilute its sovereignty, the
pamphlet said.
THE PAMPHLET also found
fault with the morale of Israeli
society, saying that the atmos-
phere has become one of 'eat,
drink and be merry today, for to-
morrow we die."
According to the MKs. this at-
titude has permeated Israel's
youth. They also contended that
the present government, with the
best of intentions, could not ini-
tiate necessary social and eco-
nomic reforms because of its par-
liamentary weakness.
"It is high time, before it is too
late, to return the nation io the
dimensions of a sane policy, of a
sound society and of values." the
pamphlet said.
"WE HAVE to return to the
golden path of moderation and
lead the nation on the main road
of Zionism."
According to the authors of the
pamphlet, this can be done only-
through new elections or by ex-
panding the base of the present
coalition.
B'NAI ISRAEL AND GREATER
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Klein. M
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE }! t i
19th Ave. Orthodox. r4B|)i nit
Bidnick "Jy
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER.,
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Or!,,,
Rabbi Zalman Kossowsky.
CMAL 6AMUS
JUOEA (Temple). 5660 Grams* eiw]
Reform. Rabbi Michael B Eim* I
stat. Cantor Rita Shore.
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zjmri As
Conservative Ribbi MitwtM.
ge Cant->- Stagey Rich.
SVIfSIDl
MGGAN DAVID CONGREGATIO
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox
Isaac O. Vine. Cantor Lh
Levine.
ZION (Temple). 8000 Miller Rd. Con.
servative Rabbi Norman Shapiro
Cantor Errol Helfman. 16
HI All AH
The pamphlet urged all parties tifereth jacob ,Temple). 951 e.
4th Ave Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. 15
in the Knesset to support a
broad ba?-J unity government
based on 'peace through com-
promise out of a position of
strength, readiness to fight for
our security; mending the social
gaps by introducing a regime of
greater equality, simplicity and
non-extravagance in all spheres
of life.
'Only leadership which can
provide a personal example to
the nation can carry out this mis-
sion."
MOSTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorfmkel. Cantor Yehuda
Bmyamin 35
fORT LAUDtRDAJ
BETH ISRAEL (Temple "00 *
Oakland Park Blvd Rabs D-': i ,
Labowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu tj
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EMANU-EL. 3243 W. Oakland Pinj
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi *-:-
Abrama. Cantor Jerome KltmtnttJ
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CONl
GREGATION. Libertal 3501 Urn"
versity Dr. Rabbi Max Wc.tx.
P0MPAH0 WJ.CH
MARGATE JEWISH CKNTIR if j
NW 9th St.
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Al
Conservative. Rabbi Moms A. St*
Cantor Yaacov Henxer. i '
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever. <7
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabs. Mordecai Shapiro. 18
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BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
OrthoJox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
HALLANDAlt
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENT
(Conservative). 416 NE 8th An
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz. Cira
Jacob Oanziger. i
Training of Rabbis
Seen Falling Off
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef-
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Elliot W:nograd. Cantor Saul Breeh.
20
Ajasembly of America, iruest speaker.
BETH SHOLOM. (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. RabDi Leon Kronistt.
Cantor David Conviaer. 21
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TEMPLE BETH SOLOMON. 927 Lin.
coin Rd. Modern Conservative. Rab-
bi David Raab. 21-A
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (Temple). 1551 S 14th As
Reform. Rabbi Samuel i"* 'j
Frtilii) 13 p.m S.tl
S.-r.-lce*. JuilKe Ifarton !. Abm.)
member of t urn oondact the sen -:
Wolfe also b BMnber if tin boirl I
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rth Away Mrs Wolf i Me*I
th.- Sabbath tuner* Mere Pr!- I
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of tin- tart ii
By TOV A KAMI.NS
NEW YORK (JTA) "Major
cities are without rabbis and
there has been no training of
rel.gious leaders for a number of
year-
This was one of the observa-
tion! of Rabbi Arthur Schnel
of the Park East Synagogue, and
of Rev. Thurston N. Davis S.J..
of the United States Catholic
Conference, in a press confer-
ence here to further emphasize
the situation facing Soviet Jews
The press conference came as
a result of their recent trip to
the Soviet L'nion and Poland.
THE TWO clergymen, who have
been to Eastern Europe previous-
ly, were distressed that all the
emphasi- has been on the emigra-
tion of the Soviet Jews rather
than on the continuation of a
and
Jewish spiritual, religious
cultural lite in Russia.
Rabbi Schneier said that "even
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE-
GATION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
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if the rate of emigration is ac Cuban hebrew congregation
1242 Wasninglon Ave.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig.
Orthodox.
23
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON.
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave.
Rabbi Meir Masliah Melamed. 23-A
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing,
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Tree
Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
Israel Ready to Give
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Back Most of W. Bank
Continued from Page 1-A
nuclear reactors and fuel, saying that "in one leap it would bring
the technology of Egypt to a level where it could easily move into
more dangerous areas."
He said if Egypt became a nuclear power it could be a "very-
high risk not only to Israel but to the rest of the world." But
Barlev said prospects for a peaceful solution in the Mideast were
favorable because Egypt has decided to give first priority to
economic development.
celerated. we must reckon that
the majority of the three-million
Soviet Jews will remain in the
country and should have the right
to perpetuate their religious and
cultural heritage."
Both Rabbi Schneier and Fa-
ther Davis expressed hope that
the American Jewish community
will consider this factor ?s well
as that of emigration.
IN ADDITION, they also made
observations regard.ng the overt
state of disrepair and neglect of
Jewish cemeteries and syna-
gogues in the USSR and Poland.
The centuries-old cemetery of
Odessa is in danger of liquidation
by authorities under a law which
itatei that any cemetery which
has not had a burial for 25 years
can be liquidated.
The Nozik synagogue, the only
remaining one in all of Warsaw
is a shambles. Windows are shat
tered and the area is surrounded ohev shalom. 7055 Bonita Dr. or-
by mi'd and dirt. There is great *<<> Rabbi Phmeaa a. weberman
difficulty in getting a minyan -------*_____ M
during the week and sometimes se_phardic jewish center. 645
on Saturday. *"" R*b^' s*di Nahmias. 81
RABBI SCHNEIER and Father cngegation etz chaim. im2-
Davis succeeded in securing a vva.h.naton^Av^___ u <
promise from the Polish Director N?RrT'lBAY vllage Jewish I
CENTER. 1720 79th St Ceuseway. J
North Bay Village. Conaervative.
Cantor Murray Yavneh 82-A
BETH SHALOM (Templfi 450' Ar-
thur St. Conservative Rabo Mor-
ton Malavsky. Cantor irv.njGoW. J
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnton St j
Conaervative. Rabbi David S'ip
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraum
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TEMPLE BETH AHV ConMrvathtJ
310 SW 62nd Ave.. Hollywood. (
Dav'd Rosenfield. Cantor
Schmerling.
''
TEMPLE SOLEL iLiberal; 5'31 SM
idan St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Hl>
Frazin. Cantor Michael Kyrr.
47-C
YOUNG ISRAEL of HOLLYWOOD
(Orthodox). 3891 Stirling Rd.
S.ilur.l.ii : .. :il
CONGREGATION AN-NELL (Erar.ch
of Hebrew Acadmy> 7th St. and
Meridian Ave Orthodox 25-A
JACOB C COHfcr* COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. 23
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
OrthoJox Rabb. David Lehrfieid
Cantor Abraham Seif. ZT
MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St.,
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
MUAMAn
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 35th St
Coneervative. Rabbi Avrom Draz".
Cantor Abraham Kester.
H0MISTIAD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTE
183 NE 8th St Conservat ve
N
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NFR TAMIO (Temple). 20th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29

CANDLELIGHTING TIME
7 AB 7:50
.IrvVvVvVAV eV^A^e^ AA *****
Tht$ pege is
Ci-nprratmr. unth
of Religious Affairs, Kazimierz
Kakol, that within six months, the
Nozik synagogue would be fixed
up and designated an historical
landmark.
A.y,DJA,i/'i:H,M "USACH SEFARD
CONGREGATION. 707 6th St. Mi-
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor.
oecai Chaimovita. 12-B
nrtpar. d f"
tne Gtatr
Miami Rabbinical Assomtio*
Ccnrdindtar of the /"'"
RALBI MAXWELL BEBGE
Spiritual Leider of
Twtaakri
Carat


kday, July 26. 1974
-Jmisti Fkridfon
Page 15-A
Columnist Serves Atlieists, Anti-Semites
BMI ...
fcDITCR, The Jewish Floridian: {mmmiiummi
Leo Mindlin must be fright-
Led, desperate, and on the verge
U a philosophical collapse. All
hjs dreams and aspirations to
destroy traditional Judaism, to
fcnange us into a secular entity
k'nd prepare the Jewish people
End the State of Israel for a sec-
ular tuneral. is suddenly endan-
|e:ed by men of courage and of
faith like Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Mindlin serves the overlords of
giheism. He knows that as long
l ihe Sterns will not be intimi-
Bated, the Lubavitcher Rebbe
jril] not take issue with such sub-
Jewish mentality as represented
[*1. the Mindlins, and the Solo-
teitchicln will stand firm, all his
cohorts are fighting a lost battle.
MINDLIN SHOWS that you
|<:< n'l have to be a non-Jew to be
I, Semitic at its worst by un-
|or: mining Orthodox unity. After
I, <\en the Arabs and the Rus-
Eza'ns do not call all the Jews
Only the Zionists do that.
I*,, dor. Mindlin, v.ho calls tl.e
Sterns racists and SS.
How ye.low can yellow jour-
Inalism becrae? The Jewish Fior-
[; ian does a disservice to the
Jewish community to give space
Ito people who advocate the as
I s.:-.ii.ation of the Jew.
The infiltration of non-Jews
into our ranks may it be in It-
latl or in Miami Beach, through
iMaalot, Naharya, or through Ben
Gurion Airport, or through the
(Hebrew Schools of Miami are
equal to terrorism, and those
I v, ho advocate it are traitors.
THE STATUS of a Jew is NOT
personal because it involves
I another Jew. The Beth Din of
[Miami should be highly praised
{for such a heroic move. It will in-
Ic.ced become a national must,"
lil we want to settle the issue of
I'Who is a Jew?"
Rabbi Stern, who is holding the
responsible Orthodox leadership
in our community, and who en-
j(\- respect among scholars
-throughout the world, should be
Liven praise for his forthright
lhalachic decisions.
Naturally, all the Orthodox
[Rabbis MUST agree with him,
hat 1 am confident that most of
I Conservative rabbis in our
unity will abide by his ruie.

OUR
READERS
WRITE
"Let TTiy Words Be Brier
KoMfth (Ecdeuattes)
ISADORE BRAFMAN
Miami Beach

EDITOR, The Jewish Floriilian:
when 1 agreed with Leo
".. I'in's opi Mition to Rabbi Ti-
- brainstorm on keep-
irds of mixed mar ia
onversiona (July 12), he
spoil it with a sadistic
Bl Pri lident Nixon. Could
it be that the poor fellow is so
>sed ith his Nixon hatred
|usl couldn't help it?
Then I turned the pages further
Page 15-A, and I came to
the voice of the Israeli columnist,
Ephraim Kishon. Addressing
President Nixon, the Israeli Ki-
shon says, "Strange as it may
sound. Mr. President, the people
of Israel like you still." and a
few lines further, "The Israeli
people is allergic to hypocrisy.
As far as we are concerned, a
witch-hunt is a witch-hunt, how-
ever real the witch."
TO THOSE who "fargin nisht"
Nixon the gratitude expressed by
Golda Meir. Moshe Dayan, Abba
Eban, Prime Minister Rabin, and
other Israelis for the help given
to Israel by Nixon before, dur-
ing and after the Yom Kippur
War. and to those who try to
downgrade Nixon's help to Israel
by saying that he didn't do it for
friendship to Israel, or that he
did it for this or that reason, Mr.
Kishon has this to say:
We don't know if you are
real'y a friend of ours, Mr.
Nixon. All we know is that you
act like one, and on the whole
that is what counts with us.
"WE DONT forget that you're
the first President who put an
end to our status of back-street
mistress.
"After such a long line of
great Presidents, it's only during
your rule that we received a dec-
laration of friendship from
America, and believe us we
don't in the least mind if you
did it for the votes of our uncles
in the Bronx.
"We also heard rumors about
how you scolded the Pentagon
oil experts to get the air-lift go-
ing at last, and we're not pre-
pared to search for a possible
link between our rescue and the
investigations against you."
thi: voices of Israel,
through Mr. Kishon, clearly al-
lude to the part Nixon will play
in the annals of the history of
Israel by proclaiming that Yet
we have a very long memory too,
Mr. President, maybe the longest
in the world." and "We'd like
you to know that the few f. lends
you have in the big wide world
re lure in this small country."
Because, as a Jew. an ingrate
I cannot be, so in my own deep
gratitude for what Nixon did for
Israel, saving her in Us hours of
mortal peril from destruction
and slaughter, I join the Israelis
in declaring myself one of the
very few friends President Nixon
has among the Jews in the
United States.
HENRY SMALL
Miami Beach
ft ^T ft
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
From my first exposure to The
Jewish Floridian, I have ques-
tioned the propriety of printing
commercial notices under the
guise of news articles.
I refer to such articles as
"Franklin Reports No Problems,"
"Films at Wometco Theatres,"
"Citizens Federal Branch Ap-
pioved," and others which ap-
peared in your most recent issue.
SUCH ARTICLES have place
in the general press but have not
the slightest Jewish content or
interest which would justify
their inclusion as news articles
in The Jewish Floridian.
However the depths of irre-
sponsible Jewish journalism was
reached with the printing in your
issue of May 24 of the article
"Fans Can't Lose at Flagler
Track Saturday."
A paid advertisement perhaps
must be accepted and printed.
However, there is no redeeming
justification for the acceptance
and printing of this "unpaid ad"
under the guise of a news article
in The Jewish Floriilian.
HOPEFULLY it holds no paro-
chial Jewish interest. It adver-
tises the type of activity which,
in the phraseology of the Tal-
mud, "does not productively add
to the strengthening of society."
But mo.;t of all, it represents a
flagrant flaunting of one of the
most sacred of Jewish institu-
tions: the Sabbath.
Such activity on the Sabbath
offends the sensitivities of all
segments of synagogue Jewry.
Please exhibit more responsibil-
ity and discretion as a Jewish pa-
per in the future.
RABBI VICTOR D. ZWELLING
Congregation B'nai Raphael
ft ft ft
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
The contents of the secret file
of the Vatican are now reachinj
the desks of the historians. It car
new be clearly seen how the
Church comported itself dip',
mutually and humanly durint
the World War 11 years, and par
ticulaily as relating to the Jews
The hi .torians, studying t!
Church's iti ins, found it n>-
.sary to hasten to add an eight'
volume to the cataloging of wo '
events during the war, u I
waiting the customarj 50 yea
for the sake of historical pars
live.
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skinny, gaunt, bony Pius XII,
died under the shadows of hor-
rible accusations: he shut his
eyes to the evidence of Hitler's
genocide, and turned a deaf ear
to the pleas that the moral re-
sources of the Church be mobil-
ized against the plans and events
of Jewish extermination. Conse-
quently, Pius XII and his young
secretary, Monsignor Montini, to-
day's Pope Paul VI, knew every-
thing."
The above quote is to be
found in that eighth volume men-
tioned earlier called "The Holy
See and the War Victims."
It is a massive book with 806
pages and 1,300 pieces of docu-
mented evidence from the years
1941-1942.
If read closely, this compen-
dium of diplomatic dispatches,
letters and memoranda creates a
bitter taste. Cynicism, superfi-
ciality, sinful cowardice, cavalier
attitudes were reflective of the
Church's approach.
This, while incineration of Jew-
ish life and property was well
under way in Eastern European
countries, where the Church's in-
fluence and power (both political
and moral) were considerable.
AS AN example, in 1942 the
Papal BmbasSj in Bratislava sent
a secret message to the Vatican:
"The Nazis are shanghaiing
Jewish women by the hundreds
from Slovakia to serve as prosti-
tutes for the German soldiers on
the eastern front."
To this announcement, the fol-
lowing was adtled: "The Nazis
have made preparation for the
deportation of the entire Jewish
population of Slovakia."
It is vigorously alleged today
that as a response to the above
information Pope Pius XII had a
piotest lodged with the Slovakian
head of government of the time.
Monsignor Joseph Tiso. Cardinal
Tardini. speaking from the for-
eign ministry of the Vatican,
aid, "The head of Slovakia is a
Catholic priest: if his holiness is
unable to keep Hitler in check
that would be understandable,
but if we cannot control a priest,
that is incomprehensible."
SIMULTANEOUSLY, Cardinal
Innitzer sent an urgent message
from Vienna to Pius XII on the
"horrible fate of the Jews." Also
Monsignor Cesare Orsenico, the
Papal Nuncio in Berlin in June,
1941. related to the present Pope
that "the premise can be postu-
lated that the non-Aryans of Eu-
rope are placed in extreme dan-
ger."
Thus did the Nuncio diplo-
matically couch his language,
carefully and cunningly to draw
Rome's attention. Lacking was
the conscious involvement, the
sense of responsibility and the
humanitarian bravery that should
have been the hallmark; of a
Catholic spiritual institution.
The new'\ unconvered facts
yield another twist. Myron Tay-
lor, the U.S. Ambassador to the
Vatican, appealed to the Pope
for his intervention on behalf of
European Jewry. His reception
was cool and skeptical, at best
was cool and skeptical.
Thereupon. Taylor, pursuing
this endeavor formally, asked the
foreign ministry of the Vatican:
"Is the Vatican aware that the
amassed information relating to
the .lews is based on factual evi-
dence?"
Today we know that the memo-
randum's source, given to the
Vatican by the American spokes-
man, was the Jewish Agency. The
Sochunt. based in Geneva, le-
loased the Polish Jewry's tragic
tory, with proof and documenta-
tion of their mortal peril. Al-
ready then they were aware of
the Nazis' intention to liquidate
the ghettoized Jews.
THE JEWISH Agency availed
the Vatican of proof that in Lvov
and elsewhere in Poland the
death squads were in operation
and that thousands were killed
who had been deported fiom
Germany, Belgium. Holland,
France and Slovakia.
The reaction to Taylor's report
by Cardinal Maglioie was:
"There is still no positive confir-
mation of the allegations made
about the treatment of non-Ary-
ans "
His associates, the present
Pope among them, were no less
guilty in the face of the oxer-
whelming evidence and their un-
willingness to act on it.
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3Te wisli Flor idian
Florida Fiidoy, July 26. 1974
Leaders Sydney, Lillian Cans
ulogized at Emanu-El Service
Sydney and Lillian Gans, long-
ln,c Jewish community leaders,
fere kil'cd in Miami on \Vcones-
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m
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ISYDVfy and LI WAN GANS
day, July 17. after being abdu
ed bj an i mployee of t Sj ney
Bap and Paper Co., owned by Mr.
Gans.
inomas Otis Knight. 23. in the
Dade County Jail charged with
the abduction and murder, had
been hired several months ago
by Mr. Gans despite the tact that
a previous employer told the pa-
per company that Knipht was
suspected ol theft.
MR. GANS had a reputation
here foi hiring ex-convicts and
giving thrm a new lease on life.
His decision to help Knight
misfired.
On July 17. Knijtht called the
Sydney Bag Co. and said that he
was sick. He then abducted Mr.
Gans from the company parking
lot at approximately 9 a.m.,
forced his employer to return to
the Gans home on Bay Harbor Is-
lands, ami there also abducted
Mrs. Gans.
At gunpoint, he told the cou-
ple to drive to the City National
ik on Flagler Street near the
Dade i ounty Court House There,
Cans went nsi to with-
: i ."'0.000 while Knight drove
around downtown with Mrs.
Gans.
BANK OFFICIALS alerted the
FBI. who followed Knight and
the couple to a South Dade field.
ihot th "n before police
coiiId capture him.
Services for Mr. and Mrs. Gans
were hold Sunday. July 21. at
Temple Emanu-Ei. Rabbi Ir.
Lehrman, spiritual leader of the
Temple, returned from a trip to
Israel to make the eulogy.
Mr. Gans was a founder" of
Temple Emanu-El 30 years ago.
A vice president of the Mt. Si-
nai Hospital Founders Club, he
was also active in the State of
Israel Bond campaign here.
Mr. and Mrs. Gans are survived
by a son. Charles, and daughter,
Mrs. John (Harriet) Shapiro.
Dr. Edwin Flato To Speak
Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 92 year
old founder and director of the
Spinoza Forum for Adult Educa
tion announced Dr. Edwin Flato.
author and lecturer, will speak
Thursday. Aug. 1 at 10 a.m. on
How to maintain good Health.
Sapir To Meet Privately
With Federation Leaders
I i Sai ir, the i elected
I i Jewish Agency
' Fi-
( with
r- of th : ami
Fedei al m n Julj 30 to
t to meet hu
d Israel,
|. S ill address several
. Miami In order to
direct tween
. ; 11 I kmer-
. lead -ni;>. Di
the need
1R75
' ppt al '-!' I
. i ilgn in
th extiaoidinary d.
human need facing Is-
le during the post-Yom
|>iir War period.
he meeting! will help to
H) the American Jewish com-
ity's role in assuring the ef
gveness of vital social wel-
and immigrant programs
fcl. arc funded by the Jewish
;y through contributions tr
Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund. Com-
munity leaders will examine with
Mr Sapir current Jewish needs
and the humanitarian goals the
American Jewish community must
set for itself in 1975 on behalf
of the people of Israel._____
{Soviets In U.S. to Plead
or Jews in Red Prisons
|B> DAVID FRIEDMAN
p YORK(JTA)Three re-
Boviel immigrants to Israel,
pre relatives of Soviet Jew-
"prUoners of conscience,"
hey have come to the United
to appeal for aid to the
(can government and peo-
help save the lives of their
lea and other prisoners in
labor camps.
im Brori. a brother-in law
sif Mendelvich, who was
c Leningrad trial in December
1!70. said there are some 35:
"prisoners of conscience" in So-
Viet labor camps, and nothing has '
been heard of any of them since
the end of May when they went
on a hunger strike, the only
means of protest for the prison-
ers.
MRS. EVA Butman. whose hus-;
band, Hillel, was sentenced to 10;
years of strict regime in the sec-1
ond Leningrad trial in May, 1971,
(Continued On Page 9B)
Tisha B'Av on Sunday
Miami will join the world Jewish community in mark-
ing Tisha B'Av, the Ninth Day of Av, one of the most holy
and sorrowful occasions in the Hebrew calendar, on Sun-
day, July 28.
=== Tisha B'Av marks the destruction of the Holy Temples
Section B in Jerusalem.
The first, built by King Solomon, was destroyed by
the Babylonian King Nebuchadnessar in 536 BCE, accord-
ing to the Prophet Jeremiah (3:12).
The second was destroyed by the Romans in 70 CE,
according to Josephus (Wars 6:24'J-53).
Both as if it had been ordained by some mystical
mark, cams to their bitter end of the 10th day of Av, but
the Talmud (Ta'an. 29a) gives the date of the second ae-
struction as the 9th day, and so Tisha B'Av marks the
anniversary of bc'.h unhappy events.
Historically, there is evidence that Tisha B'Av was the
date for other Jewish calamities: Bethar, the last of the
great Bar Kochba leaders, was captured in 135 CE; Em-
peror Hadrian established a Roman pagan temple on the
site of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem in 136 CE; the Jews
of Spain, still glorying in their Golden Age, were expelled
on that date in 1492.
Today, Jews throughout the world have additional
reasons to be mournful:
Their brethren surfer terrible oppression at the
hands of Soviet Russian dictators;
Israel is in the throes of a post war struggle that
leaves her economically and militarily endangered, and
as never before emotionally unsure of her future as a
nation.
Tisha B'Av this year, as on other years, does not want
for Jewish travail.

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Friday, July 26. 1974
Stone Begins All-Florida,
67-County Campaign Tour
There's only one way to tell
the people about how you stand
on issues and to hear how they
feel, and that's by meeting them
face-to-face." U.S. Senate Candi-
date Richard (Dick> Stone said.
Stone, former Florida Secre-
tary of State and State Senator,
made the comments as he begin
a 87-county all F'.orida campaign
tour which took him into Pidt
and Monroe Counties this week.
This i< the year for shoe
leather, direct campaisnine in
which you meet the people face
to-f.>ce. Our cnt;rr- campaign
theme is 'Open Government' an4.
I'm .eoine to moot the peonl"1 in
Die sonsti md ti!k to them in
the open." Stone said.
The symbol of *he camnaicn i
a door hinge. When he Joo'< of
flee as Secretary of State in Jan
nary. l~l. Stone r moved the
dnirs and the door hinges of hi<
office and coifre:ice room, and
they stayed of
Slocan '>f the 67 county tour It:
"Take off the hinges onen
th? doors of secret government,
and let the people in."
Stone, accompanied on much
of the trip bv Mrs. Stone, will
cover 'he 67 counties in two
weeks. This is the first time a
KKHAUD STONt
candidate has gone to every
c ifying period.
"I am going to talk issue*. I
have been the issues candidite
from the very beginning I want
'.0 meet the people and di-cuss
-ues, and iisten to them," Stone
said.
Professional Singles Meet Miami-Dade Appoints
The Young Professionals and
Professionals II singles club
serving Pad? and Broward Coun-
ties single ada'ts in their 20's.
3'i's and 40's. are cosponsoring a
seminar on Transcendental
Meditation." at th Huddle R.^s
taurant. Sunday. July 28. at 8
pm.
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lESTAURAIT III 61RIERS
US I JUJt NOTM 0 G4JlSTtf M
Mitchell WolfiOn was reelectei
chairman, and Alfred L. Mc-
Carthy was named vice chairman
of the Miami-Dade Community
College District Board of Trus
tees at the annual organization
meeting. Wolfson has snrved as
chairman since 1967. McCarthy
has been a member of the board
since 1963.
Jack Kassewitz and Garth
Reeves, both appointed first in
1971 and reappointed this year,
were sworn in for their second
term.
Ladies Auxiliary To Meet
The West Miami Jewish War
Veterans Ladies Auiliary No. 223
have scheduled meetings on the
first and fifth of August. The
Aug. 1 regular meeting will take
place at Sarah Londons. 9330 W
Plagler St. Miami. Socializing
will fellow.
Democratic Club To Sponsor
The Democratic Ciub ot Miami
Bench will S"on;or a Camoaign
RMly for Democratic Candidates
wfto are runnin? for Local. Coun
ty. State and Federal offices in
th" forthcoming election at the
Carillon Hotel. Miami B?ach on
Wedncsdav. Aug. 7
Cohen Seeking Refection
Dr.de-> Rep. T~*. '' h :i has
qualified for reelection t-> F'or-
Ida's House of Represei I I
H" has maintained 1 !M r*"""D"*
attendance since boii2 elected
to the Dictnct 102 sat. rrw aent
in? Miami Bach Miami Shores.
Ni rh M iml and North Miami
B'a'h. in 1972.
Franklin S & L
Names Hartnett
As President
Robert C. Hartnett. who was
named president of Franklin Sav-
ings and Loan Association at a
meeting of th.* board of direc-
tors, succeeds Bily E. Miller,
who *ill continue as chairman of
the executive committee and a
member of the board.
Mr Hartnett has been active
in the real estate and mortgage
banking field sin^e the early
1300s. He is a licensed mortgage
broker, active in mort^ace bank
ing and is chairman of thn board
of B.D.B. Development Corpora-
tion, a condominium development
company principilh operating in
S'ti-it
Mr. Hartnett was '.ice dial
of the Bu*ines Regulation <'om-
mittee of the Flirida State Hou-e
0 Representatives for two years
until the close of tho 1974 ses-
sion Since his first election as a
Representative from Dale County
in 19*6. he has won reelection
three limes.
A leading Democratic candidate
for the State Senate. Mr Hart-
nett decided to accent the pre^i
dency of Franklin Savings and
Loan Association in*t-ad of pur
suing a poltical career. He in-
tend* (however, to remain Inter-
ested and active in community
affairs.
4Y' Day Camp Receives Food
Grant For Kosher Meals
Judge Spector To Run
For Supreme Court Seat
Judge Sam Spector of the first
district court of anneal today
submitted his qualifying papers
for the Florida Supreme Court
seat now held bv Justice Richard
Ervin Justice Ervin has submit
ted his resignation effective Jan.
6. 1975. "In filing my qualifying
papers today.'- Spector said. "1
recognize the temnorary confu
sion which ha been created bv
a recent attorney general's opin- ,
ion as to whether the Ervin sea' ;
i< to be filled by election or ap-
pointment.
Judge Sam Spector served for I
seven years as an assistant at
torney general and was fir-!
elected judge of the first di-
trict court of appeal in 1906 '
H was reeleeted to the cour* j
without opposition for a six-year
term beginning in 1961 Judg
Spector has served as chief
judge for the first distriet. a di-
trict which covers 37 of Florida''
67 counties. This year Judge
Spector was se'ected bv his col
1 >agues of all th district courts
to serve as chairman of the ap
peliate judges conference of Flor
ida.
Stanley R. Gilbert.*resident of
the Jewish Community Centers
of South Florida, announced the
receipt of a grant from the Flor-
ida Department of Education,
Food and Nutrition Services Sec-
tion to feed 700 children enrolled
in the Summer Day Camp Pro-
gram of the YM-YWHA of Great
er Miami.
Mr. Gilbert stated that the food
C iii" from the special Summer
Food Services Program, meeting
Federal nutrition stanlanis and
is awarded because of the num-
bers of children from working
families and those on financial
assistance that arc in the Y.WHA
Summer Day Camp program.
The meals are Kosher and are
catered by Mr. Sam Weiss.
Mado'n Kosher and are varied
from day to day with eight dif-
ferent (task meals.
Mr* Ruth Waskey, Regional
Consultant. Food and Nutriti >n
vices. Ft Lauderdale, partic-
ipated with Myron A. Bcrezin,
Executive Director of the Jev>i h
Community Centers of South
Florida in the prouram.
The Summer Day Camp of the
YMHA will sen? a lunch to
every camper throughout the
summer The Dav Care and Farlv
Childhood Day School, beginning
in the fall, will also be includ?d
in a new program so tk** every
chid will receive a wholesome
di"t while bein1: served at the
VM YWHA facility.
' tt Mr Gilbert also announced the
opening of registration for the
September 1974 semester of the
YM-YWHA of Greater Miami
Early Childhood Day School pro-
gram The program, available to
children ages 21-* through 5 years
j>L age. provides young children
a wide range of experiences :n
art. music, science, dramatics
perceptual auditory visual and
motor activities, communication
and listening skills and complete
readiness for first grade.
Carefully selected and profes-
sionally trained certified teach-
ers help children achieve r,do
pendence. Classes are small and
children have the opportunity of
leaning Jewish values and
traditions through creative ex-
periences such as educational
field trips which help th.
learn first hand about the com-
munity in which he live?
The Early Childhood Day
School is lo.-ated at RSOO SW 8*h
St. A program is
in the North Count'
20400 NF. 24th Ave. frar
tion is available.
Divorce-Remarriage Seminar
The ProfesfiMMU II Ing
Dade and Broward Coun-.
adults in their 30's and 40- are
sponsoring a Seminar featuring
Attorney Harold West, dis issinf
"no Fault Divorce.'' and Ann
Cordray discussing.
Divorce and Re-Marr ... at
Bertram's Restaurant. Friday.
July 26. 8 p.m. Members and non-
members are invited.
Lodge Meets Monday, Aug. 5
Chancellot Commander Max
Kaminsky will preside at the
Aua. 5 and Aug. 19 meet:nc= of
George Gershwin Lodge. Knichts
of Pythias, in the Surfside Com-
munity Center, 9301 Collins Ave.
Meetings are held the first and
third Monday of each month; re-
freshments are included
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Ralnh A Renick. VP -New-
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Saturday hi 6 marked the of-
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Smith Scout Reservation at In-
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Morton Goodman newly appointed School Board Chair-
man of Ner Tamid, accepts congratulations from Rabbi Eu-
gene Labovitz (right) as Emanuel Feder, Educational Direc-
tor, looks on. Registration is now in progress, according to
Louis Suchman, Chairman of the Temple's Board of Trustees.
Burton Young Makes Survey
Of Most Urgent Problems
Registered voters in Dado,
Broward. Oranqe and Leon Coun
ties, according to a public opin
cities, 14 per cent; cost of food,
17 per cent; cost of medical and
hospital CUV. 10 per cent; nar-
cotic and alcohol addiction, 4
per cent; crimes, 8 per cent;
other. 7 per cent.
Young, a 46-year-old former As-
sistant State Attorney who has
never before sought any public
office ,1ns decided to let the vot-
ing public help write his cam-
paign platform.
"Too often candidates sit in
their offices and decide what the
people are thanking and what
they want done." he says. "I'm
going directly to the people and
I'm finding out firsthand what
they think about various issues.
The Chosen Children To Form
Fourth Group In Jacksoncile
The chosen children, local Jew-
ish youth group will tour to Jack-
sonville on Aug. 1 to establish
the fourth such group in Florida.
Formed in November, 1972 by
Bud Brietbart, and under the
musical direction of Howard Neu.
the chosen children is dedicated
to Judaic values, traditions, and
ideals, and has provided dimen-
sions of Israeli, Yiddish and\
American music to the commun-,
ity.
The group has performed re-
cently for Israel Independence j
Day and represented American- j
Jewish Youth at the International I
Folk Festival. Its members in-:
elude young people from junior
high to college age. A younger j
group, the junior chosen chil-1
dren, ages 10 to 12, has been J
formed as well as a group in
Broward County.
The prime goal of the young
people is to help establish other
similar groups around the state
and nation. They are planning a
series of concerts which they
hope will produce enough funds
to help finance a trip to Israel
in 1975.
Cohen Honored
At Luncheon
Rep. Ted Cohen will be hon-
ored at a luncheon on Thursday,
Aug. 1, at Picciolo's Restaurant,
Miami Beach.
Cohen, one with a 100-percent
voting record since being elected
to the House, will be honored for
his legislative service and service
to the Democratic party.
Cohosting the luncheon will be
Miami Beach Mayor Chuck Hall
and Beach councilmen Leonard
Rosen, Murray Meyerson, Dr.
Leonard Habcr, Phil Sahl and
Leonard Weinstein.
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Young. Democratic candidate foi
United States Senate and forme:
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think that the most urgent prob
lem lacing Floridians today il
C< rruption in government.
In answer to the question:
"What do you think is the mos:
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" those polled, all regb
tired voters, answered as fol-
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22 per cent; lack of mass transit
systems, 11 per cent: 8 per cent
lack of low cost housing. 4 per
rent: overcrowding of Florid."
Gersten Is A Candidate
Joe M Gersten. 27. a candidat*
for the Democratic nomination tc
the District 109 seat in Florida s
House of Representatives is a
member of a pioneer Dade Coun-
ty family. He is the son of former
Miami Judge Joseph J. Gersten
nd srsndson of the late Joseph
N. Morris.
Vemon Holloway Qualifies
Dade Rep. Vemon C. Holloway.
-'in eight-year veteran of Florida'.-
iiouve of Representatives, ha*
tied for election to the Db
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vacated by Sen. Dick P^ttigrew
wko |g now seeking a U.S. Senat*
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Friday, July 26, I974
Rabbinic* College To Open In Greater Miami
The YeaAiva
ate of TaUattdic Law
! iaelude a Bel I
ra lew 1 KoOel for students
on a cr.tduate level aill be I**"
feted V.e and Arthur
Godfrey Rd.. Miami Beach.
The \**hi\a Brill be open t
student? with advanced Torah
background seek:n? I program of
t: Torah learn ll
The initial student body con-
sists of young men cominf from
all (iver ".he United States and
... and includes ordained
rabbis.
Heading the Yeshiva will be
Rabbi Yochanan Swell, who will
serve as Rosh HaYeshiva. Rabbi
Zwoiu has recently returned from
Israel where he served as Rosh
Yeshiva of Beth Hatalmud. un
of the outstanding Rabbinic
Academic* in Jerusalem.
Mu.-ii.i Beiko.M.z, religious
commune le*:ei. lias undertak-
en to head a committee of tru>
Time 1 running out it you re one of the 200,000 persons in
l County HI yet registered to vote. Thais the urgent
menage front Joy.-e Diifendeiter. ieft! supervisor or Dade s
:cn DepcTtrr.er.t, and Jody Gluck. assistant supervisor.
F.;-c:srraaon books ciose Saturday at 5 for those wanting to
vole -n the bbJmbiJ election Sept. iO. Following the primary.
voters citi :eaisi#r up until Sept. 21 to cast a ballot in the
General election Nov. 5.
Question Box
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By Rabbi Dr. Santnei J. Fx
Why do*< traditional Ju-
dai>n require a wiatnwnt of
tea men a minyan- to be
present in ortier to caouart
a puMIc service?
Vaakneeaaq' I hcuW be ee>
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-.r. -a> r:a> r> himself
Been ere are certain pray-
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Dees Jeariak traditien ke*a
a .-it sal *4 cearianakaa?
aana ot
Bnk laMbaate*

-rot be
fcrr-ven for what he did to
an unless ke em
sas wraaafdots; ti Lj re-
Ojaures confession before deals.
Tkt frre nuikea of Yoas Kipoar
ask bate a ooafesaaoau
fore obnoes taat confess Ja
atj aaecka pan ef Jewish tra-
enaea h
that the rinfuaiia be
rween the iaaa ideal eed tke
eaifkty naeh a* 1
tees who s.ill assume the respon-
sibility for the Yeshivas finan-
cial and physical operation.
Kabul Sweig said that the
Yeshiva will fulfill a great need
in the community. "It will give
scholars and students an oppor
tunity to settle here knowin;: that
there is a center of higher Torah
learning where they may further
continue in-depth Talmudic re-
search.'"
The Yeshiva will open on Rosh
Chodcsh Elul. August 18th
Ladies Auxiliary
Plan Party Aug. 10
Trie Ladies Auxiliary. Jaattak
War Yeterans Post No 330. will
hold a nite club party Saturday
night. Aug 10. at the lea Seed
Hotel. Miami Beach.
Funds Will he allocated for the
rehabilitation of hospital..ed .<
erans in the Miami area. Mrs
Cfe '. Rocr.'.-ar>j is chairman of the
event and Mrs Pauline La:
is president
Testimonial For Ferdie
Aiadee R Ferdie. Nalien
C ,~.-"r!',dr of -u-- Jewish Wir
Veterans o: the United States will
be honored at a Te-t
Brunch sponsored by the De-part
rent of Plorida Jewish War Vet
i reaa
Vr Ferdie an attorr.ey fr -
I ->ra! Qfektae i- one of two men
from the State of Florida that
has ever been elected to the hieh
ex JWV effiei
State Supr.-me Ooort Jastice
Jeeeah Boyd niH addreet I
afkeriai Sunday. Aug 11 at 11
a at the Beau Rn .ge H-jtel.
Miami Beach.
The $12 million expansion to the existing Miami Beech
Convention Center will be completed and ready for total
usage by Oct. 1, according to Norman Litz, Convention
Center executive director. Ground was broken for the proj-
ect, which will double the sixe of the largest public assem-
bly facility in the South, last January; completion is sched-
uled for the end ol this vear.
et.-,,.;-- e|;J-r
West Miami Post !te 22J Jew
war Vkatieai of I'mted SbtfN
ws t kaea an open mee*:-^ at
8 30 BJB, Thursday m the fata
He4Hi rwrn fel I>nk-r atetej
SW 8-.1 51 and Ml Avf Henn
baaaaR, national photographer
I V w.i dea ef Ins
recent trip to Israel Ada)
'a tree and re: .i fee
erred following tea aaakai Ceaa-
mander is Sid Potlock. refresk
ment chairrr.an is Lester Roaca-
ber*.
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Friday. July 26. 1974
+JmM norldtknr
Page 5-B
Rosemary's Thyme
By ROSEMARY FL'RMW
-IS. Col.Hrre at the As-
Institute for Humanistic
_ they've had a running
, di '>;|t a about Wal
a i the latest was calleii
Revisited," a panel
d emission with newsleaders ab ml
media's treatment of the
scan al...
. Hiamians listened to Pill
Mi y ts, James Mog<< (of the Chi
cage- Sun Timo^i. Douglas Cater
- ymour Topping I Managing
Editor of the Nosv York Times)
expl iln why the media have to
continue with complete coverage
of Watergate despite the fact that
polN indicate that the majority
of Americana wish they would
step resorting.
Not I very happy commentary
on thf American sensibility that
wouli want all "nasty news" to
go away.
In the audience were Bill and
Ann Alper. of North Miami, who
arc visiting Aspen for the first
Ume Ann is retiring from Beach
High School, where she has been
an English teacher for the last
ten year-...
Other Hlamiam include Ann
and Norman Jaffoshe o.r Gal
ler 9 and he of oothamol >gist
farm Ann is considering a show
of Indian jewelry nt her gallery
ai '. :as been busily poking around
t if \-pcn and Denver
tg for unique pieces ...
Indian jewelry is very beauti
fu! ^ut if you've ever had one of
tho-e enormous "squash blossom"
necklaces oa, you know what a
pain in the neck they can be
Thanks to our mutual friend
Bertel Lewis, of Sioux City, whose
parents. Sophie and Max Rosrn
stick, spend their winters at the
Corinthian in Bal Harbour, we
met an honest to goodness Indian
trader who showed his jewelry to
us. wrapped in Holiday Inn
towels. My impression was that
he was really a refugee from New-
York's Diamond Center ...
Pat Goldstein was out here, on
her way to La Costa with Elaine
Sponder. Pat hopes to buy an
apartment in Aspen and was look
in.: al Morris Bark's new condo-
omplex, P-it told me
thai Larry Porter (Carol's hus-
band) was out here too. and sure
"Into he was particioat
it\i in an executive seminar led by
BRILLIANT CONVERSATIONALIST
Six Ye' Old. Flyinq to Baltimore
alone beginning August. Would like
adjlf companionship.
PLEASE CALL: 223-47*9
to heck with
housework!
Minnie Maids
G66-7961
complete house cleaning
transportation e> Supplies
furnished
ionded eV Insured
PanAmericsn) and Audiey Top-
ping, a photo journalist who has
v. fascinating book out on
mainland China ...
Larry i. lure with hi- ion and
his uncle, Larry Aldrich, who has
a home here ...
State Sen. Kenny Myers was
suppose to be in Larry's seminar
but he didn't make it Marge Hill,
oi Key Biscayne, did come (they
have an apartment ;n Snowmess)
and Mort. her hu band, will fol-
low soon ...
Another Miamian, Charles Mar-
gasy, developer of Margate homes,
is building a home here, near the
Aspen Institute ...
Obviously, the town is filling
up with Miamians who are de-
lighted to whiff some cold, clear
air and escape Miami's mildew.
And everyone looks so good
with the straight hair they forgot
they had Lois Siegel and Dick
Furman return to the tropics
this week and are taking bets on
whose hair will curl fastest. "Sic
tran-it tresses."
Cancer Societv
Benefit Aug. 17
An afternoon of fun, food and
e> i hion ill be host< d b;
leers of the taierii an Can
cer Socii ly al the Sheraton Four
1 ui Saturday.
Aug, 17 al M ie
Mr* Bnverl irtin, chair i i
;>n "f the "Miaion P >s
luncheon, saj ome 450 v
are expected to attend tl
fund raising event for the 197J-
crusade
Fashions will be provided bj
th Ssbrina 9hop on Miracle M
and volunte >rs will provide their
modeling skills. Tickets are avail
able at the ACS office. 2 SE 13th
St.
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Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wel-
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1975, at Columbus College
School of Dental Hygiene,
Columbus, Ga. Debbie re-
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degree from the University of
South Florida in June, 1973.
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PtRJC 6-B
Friday. July 26. 1974
Ice F-li ~4. Hubert Lctimer designed this
three piece costume :or the Mollie Farr.:s Couture collection.
- -1

jppened to couture.
- to couture designer
Mil &, The word'couture'
has un the same kind of
ujv a: tut happened in
ever;, art 1 of contempo
Bel -ha: doesn't mean cou-
U:- ad Far from it."
! her opinion on cold
h..r -:. itiea -he kind that
makt '-- cash register rang Mai
Pal SBC m OWnf
el I urge in the -
In fact the t:
1
1 -- n
their best
ger."

" ;cted tO
ape
Bathes a per
I fmt anet
1
wrm
ind her
lad I 11
Tr* > \et with
-atural s1- and
-.
To then. < aeture will ai-
Par- -
caajh Bade to

does
-...
and on In other words
looking and feeling abo\e the
* 4
Waher Lat.gne recently pjn
* w party for his Ann
their 30ih wedding
anniversary- The formal in
-' informally word-
. and their children w.
Pj arrived at the
Coconut Grove Hotel. Ger
r a hundred people together
I still surprising your wife is
truly a f-at. Congratulations .
on the surprise and anniversary
nie and I had a delightful
evening at a small dinner party
Mac Mermel! gave be-
hefl supen b)
la Wildwood Dr
- rr> Jesse] had
1 trip to I
and Gerrj naid she
ich they
Not so 1 ht many
re is U
War 1!
. :-'. Fl>-
Objects evith Bather and
e and new'.yweds
ad Edward Eiahora V a
takiag them about
H 0 P.0 -

r beek
They
mount .
ore
- planted all
: OB feet Th->
- led. people
deal b>; -'.reels even
are very" poor
The Fevers drove out to see
the Indian tillages and markets.
Th- -: surprise in Buenos
Aim em 'he di ; d been
heef asual be: 1
the eve- anonf everyone in
the lobby was dressed in formal
wear Walk in Rio de Janeiro
they saw the Brazilian Follies N I
te Lke the French version bul
with good ausic sad talented
performers.
Happenings
JOIN FIRMPaul H. Hauser
of Bay Harbor Islands is now
associated with the Keyes Com-
pany real estate firm as s sales-
man in the Miracle Mile office.
* .* *
NAMED VICE PRESIDENT
South Florida economist and fi-
nancial planner Leon H. Cahan
ban been named as vice president
of Planned Security Consultants.
Inc a Wall Street based firm. Be
will supervise the company's Flor-
ida branch offices in Miami. Mi
Beach. Palm Beach and
as well as all Gulf
ami
Gainesville
States.
A
BANK DIRECTORHarry Ml!
man. cofounder of the Millman
Construction firm and vice presi-
dent of Temple Emanu-El. baa
been named a director of Barnett
Bank of Miami Beach His elec-
tion was announced by Alan E
Mash presideat and chief execu-
te e officer.

FORMER Jacksonville Mayor
1 011 Bitter probably will join the
U S. Senate campaign at D n
Young, Yo.
The St
has resigned as head of the State
>f Professional
' Regulation effective
Jurj SI
ig ^id he b in final dia
j cb
' Y

ON THE ftOABftMn Myrna
been elected to I
rd of tr.i of
the Deaf according te Dr Joseph
Freemar an
ization Pre> 'vin
Leatjo Mr? Cohen serves a* a
her in several
South Florida schools.
Marian Corndorf.
Sander Lipsvh itz
Are Engaged
C c*
Mr and Mn Chains D Corn-
dorf of Miami B?ach announce
-.. engagement of the.r da
ter. Marian Deborah, te Sander
E. Lip>v h of Rabbi
A I Mrs Miriam E
Lipsch.tz of North Miami Beaih
The future bride, a
of Coral Gebli Senior
I -
I W men N York, and
be .
De:- Mob
major in pa] h isgy.
Mr Linechiti 1 te of
the local Behrea A. and
Miaiili B |k Set his B \ rroi
in New York thai pafll JeSM He
is pre;* C 1-
leg* 4 '
.cry in E ~*s.
The wedd I take place on
Mar 23 I
rd o it **
own
Mrlth ISABEL OKOVE
Francvn Taivil and
Robert Berrin
To Wed In Angitst
1
The engagement of Francvn
Ihssil a-vd Robert Bernn has been
announced by her parents. Mr
and Mrs. Leo Than] of Tampa
The bride elect graduated from
the University of Florvia and is
attending the University of Mi
aaai where she will receive her
Master's degree in Guidance and
Counseling
Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs-
Ray Berrin. 9001 SW 56th d
Hammock Lake, is a graduate of
the University of Florida and is
rurreatly attending the Datvar-
of Miami Law School He .-
vice president of Bemn Ass>
ciates. Inc.. Realtors.
The weddiag ejssl take fCace
Aug. 18 ta Taaana.
MR. L MRS. LEON PEPLER
Mr. & Mis. Leon Pepler of 411
82nd Street, Miami Beach, for-
merly of Newark. N.J.. celebrat-
ed then 50:h Wedding Anniver-
>.i y at the Can.lon Hotel with
their son Irw in. relatives and
f.'.ends. Mr Pepler is a member
of Surfside Masonic Lodge No.
316. Surfside Freedom Ixxige of
B'nai B'rrh jr. I Brandeis Z
i?: Organisation Mrs. Pepler u a
Life U< Gronp-
active in many
t
Heir Pioneer Won laixa-
-
Teer.ag< 1 fi m the
S
of
0
Nat P>tam\ii:
vest e:.: has
\. le de-
5
t:a .-, :'
A
Susan Naehvatter,
Ja.'tc and
Mrs. GeOrge NachHalter
a Sweet Sixteen
part> Saturday at her h.
(reorge's
both 1 Mike, wife Kenev
their ta tildrea
.-
Sne Zukerni>k hted to
have bahhj Harry, home and re-
cuperatir.i after re^en; lun.; sur-
: Th) Miami Heart Ir.-
Fayaasw Uaaehata,
daughter of Rabbi Mas, home
Dorothy
anl Nat t.oldman. of Miami
Bea. rated their recent
40:h Wedding ^nniversarj
a Caribbean Ted and
Lyaa An- n after a
Gra- a\.r. week-
end at tbei new bed ai-
tn Ins 1
Ba Phil Reviu and
wife Bheea
r tpead
DON'T GO AWA
California ranch, a 600 ac-
si read near San Diego that oni-e
va> ownel by writer Ei
ley Gardner. Revitz. a>-
Kings Bay Yacht and
Cosh, is also the court-appo
receiver for Cedars of Lebanon,

E. Albert Palloi *.,. .. rec:,
pient of a Life Mcmr
the FiTida Par Four. I
recognition of bis
services and contributor-
Foundation, which provj!.
lar^hips and loan fund.~ |
bag ^ >t-j-nt- [a t
Miami Beachites atten -
B'r.ai B'nth A
League Conference
were ?a\id Rubinsnn. ieore K.
tin and Millon Gordon. Prime
BTalntfr Yigal Al'on
.. ipenkei ai 1
I the dele;.'
King Da'
-
The : './
; No 24
k'eterani L'sa
ret
ida tr foi its oul -:
- .
Cynthia Bliti
Mrs. Bettj areainff I

r
Gel led
a I evfase,

I I rd -
I
La a ."
Normaa Levine

Mrs, HlBanm Daphw \M
man of N I
for a mth 51 ttm
I rai-
Auxiliary No S3C '*w-
ish War Veteran*, she i-
ored .th a going away
Restaurant "
the Auxthar
is also a past presader: i S
1601 Beach Ladi-.
I
-
Aaxaaarj v "^
War Viuraan
ISA. prejervt-i tano r
chaii 1 to the 1 I
rce Pa-
.. ...
Leak f -
tr--'.
I illian Israel: 1 \bf
11- -
n
m
AWAY!
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grti'^-,- isBaaasi lanaV E*c
mciti'tvy ti s cor
+* -j. a : .-y* :; .our hont but m ci *>**
H O" Ouf 0f 0 t i
: ,cs y 'ft xtr BOSCn MX. I *"C **; '
aaanaans.
D^ TOLL FREE MSkw Flanda:


r, July 26. 1974
vjewistirhridlan
Page 7-B
Laura Bulbin and Ronald Stein
United In Marriage July 14
jjj Laura Anne Bulbin and Mr.
bid Jeffrey Stein were united
ige Sunday. July 14, at
[o-jble ring ceremony in Tem
Israel of Greater Miami. Dr.
ph R- Narot officiated. A
>-ion and luncheon followed
Seville Hotel.
new Mrs. Stein is the
: of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Of Miami. She is the
[htcr of Mr. and Mrs.
. Bulbin and the late Nettie
ilbin of Miami, and
iel Morris Freed and
Samuel Morris Freed of
| .Us, Minn.
Stein is the son of Mr. and
- i Stein of Atlanta, Ga.
s the grandson of the late
,: : Mrs. Hyman Saul, and
> Mr, and Mrs. Lee Stein.
|a: i of Honor was the bride's
Miss SaraNette Bulbin.
Is were Miss Sharon
.'room's sister: Miss
iwe l, 'he bride's cou
the Misses Lisa Ru'>in
Nell Bryant.
inard Stein was his
. best man. Ushers were
Lee and Robert Stein.
th (pro mii, and the
n and Phil Saul, the
-MIS.
' ,! .' i,w; was of white
ith a matching
turban She carried
lation Bible which was
, pale pink roses and
ith.
n i Mr< Stein gra lu
i::a Gadon, dauqhter of
|ar.d Mrs. Louis Gadon,
SW 18th St., graduated
"..edictorian of her He-
Academy Junior High
'. r!ass. Rebecca de-
fer: her message in both
ish and in Hebrew.
[[. KNOWN CANTOR of
York, is now residing
lanently in Miami Beach
seeks position for the
Holidays. Call 534-6320.
NTED FOR H'GH HOLI-
[S-MAN TO READ TORAH
[AND BLOW SHOFAR.
|H Temple Tifereth Israel
1751-6791 Mon. Fri.
9:30 AM- 1:30 PM
ometco Theatres
ATIO
WAliTDISnW
MRS. RONALD SUIN
ated in June from the University
of Florida. Mis Stein was presi-
dent of Alpha fSpsilon Phi sorori-
ty for two years, she graduated
with High Honors and received
her degree i" Advertising and
Communications. Mr Stein was a
mi mber of Tau Epsilon Phi
frat -rni y and received his de-
e in Accounting.
After a honeymoon trip to
Jamaii i the couple is rcsidin |
in Atlanl i
Hadassah Plans
Membership Gala
Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, president
of the Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah announced at a recent
membership planning meeting
that the annual "Membership
Gala" will be held at 1 p.m Mon-
day, Oct 14, in the Miami Beach
Auditorium
Invitations for this affairs will
be extended to all paid-up mem-
bers, life members, new members
and new life members. They will
also he eligible for the prizes
which wiii be awarded that after-
noon.
The membership committee in-
cludes Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg,
membership vice president; Mrs.
Jack Miller, membership coordi-
nator; Mrs. Sigmund Rostler, life
membership chairman; Mrs. Cla-
renct Fveedman. transfer chair-
man" and Mrs. Sara Bendet, re-
enrollment chairman.
Arlene Silver and Harold Koslow
Exchange Votvs In July 4 Rites
New Films Opening He ~
New openings in local Wometco
Theatres include "Uptown Satur-
day Night" at the Miami. North-
side and North Dade; "Chosen
Survivors' at the 163rd Street.
Carlyle, Sunset and Hallandale;
and "D rty O'Neil" at the Town,
p] i .\,. 1-Hollywood, North
Andrews-Ft. Lauderdale and Boca
Raton. lMI
Miss Arlene Claire Silver,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Silver of Miami Beach, became
the bride of Mr. Harold Edwin
Koslow. son of Mr. and Mr. Henry
Koslow. of Charleston, S.C.,
Thursday, July 4, in a private
ceremony at the home of the
bridegroom.
Rabbi Lewis A. Weintraub of
Temple Israel of Silver Springs,
Md., officiated the double ring
ceremony.
The bride was given in mar-
riage by her father. Mrs. Silver
served as her daughter's Matron
of Honor. Bridal attendants were
the bride's two sisters. Mrs.
Stephen H. Schwarz of Roslyn,
N.Y. and Mrs. Steven Do'.chin of
Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. Koslow
served as his son's best man.
The bride received an Asso-
ciate Degree in Dental Hygiene
from Northwestern University
Dental School of Dental Hygiene.
She attended Temple University
and graduated rum laude with a
B.A. degree from the University
of Miami. She is presently em-
ployed as a dental hygienisl for
Dr. Riihaid F. Maxwell in Atlan-
ta.
The groom graduated from
Emory University with a B.A
degree, where h" served as presi-
dent of Alpha Epsilon Pi social
MRS. HAROLD KOSLOW
fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega serv-
ice fraternitv and president of
the Student Publications Council,
lie also received a B.S. degree
from the College of Pharmacy of
the Medical University of S
i arolina Mr. Koslow is presently
as Director of Phar-
m pvii M for the At-
lanta Comprehensive
H >alth Ci ter.
Aft< a dding trip to the
G irgia mountains, the
; live in Atlanta.
J
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
"SirvfeReiGtjs
Country Club Condominiums
Apartments at Kendale Lakes

OVERLOOKING THE BEAUTIFUL
KENDALE LAKES GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB
2 & 3 bedroom apartments. Minimum 1,340
square feet of luxury and comfort, from $38,490.
(Approx. $28.72 per square foot)
Sales Office on premises: 274-9727 274-5877
6851 S.W. 147th. Ave., just off Sunset Drive
Directions: Take N. KENDALL DRIVE to 142nd. Ave., turn
right to golf course and then left to The SOVEREIGNS.
Golf Course
a.
X>
Tamiami Trai
Bird Road
X
Sunset Drive
N. Kendall Drive


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^Wcf/frr/cflfr*'
Friday, ]uiy 26, l9?4
Richard S. Fuller Appointed
Circuit Court Judge Bv G
ov.
Golden Ring Club No. 3 conducted a suc-
cessful drive for the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 1974 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund campaign. Mrs.
Dcra Peltch, president of the club, worked
actively all year in cooperation with her
board of directors and club membsrs to dou-
ble their fund raising efforts over the 1973
drive. Among the most active members of
the Golden Ring Club No. 3 are: (seated,
left to right): Abraham Peltch, recording sec-
retary; Mrs. Peltch, Samuel Epner, treasurer,
and (standing, left to right): Mordecai Yar-
deini. third vice president; Mrs. Sara Geller,
secretary; Sam Geller, first vice president,
and Max Beck, second vice president.
Architect's rendering of Building 160, the
first residential unit scheduled for comple-
tion in the adult section of Rossmoor Coco-
nut Creek, the master-planned development
now under construction near Pompano
Beach at exit 24,. Florida State Turnpike.
Residential move-ins will start in September
in the Bahamas Village section. There will
be 20 manors in Bahama Village, with 304
residences in five basic floor plans. Costs
range from $17,900 to $35,500, and there is
neither a recreational nor land lease at
Rossmoor.
Richard S. Puller, 45-year-old
Miami trial lawyer, last .v.< k u
sumed hL-. new duties as a ( ircuit
Colrt Juil.u" fol owmg his ap-
pointment i.>y uovernur Reubia
Askew.
Sworn in last Friday by Chief
Justice Grady Crawford, Fuller
was named to fill the vacancy
created by Judge Ray Nathan's
elevation to the Third District
Court of \p'
Fuller has been a leader in his
profession, serving on numerous
state and county liar committee--
including professional arbitration,
courts, insurance and negligence
practice, lawyer referral, rules
and grievance.
In addition to his accomplish
ments in the field of law. he also
is a nationally recognized leader
in the Boy Scout movement, cur
rently serving as vice president
and chairman of Scouting for
Florida and the Canal Zone.
Fuller has been practicing law
in Florida for the past 17 years
and has been a senior member of
the law firm of Fuller, Brumer,
Moss. Cohen and Rodgers. This
is his first bid for public office.
A Miami resident since 1951,
Fuller received his law degree
from the University of Miami and
was admiited to the Florida Bar
in 1955. In 19t>3, he received his
masters degree also from the Uni-
versity of Miami Law School.
Fuller is admitted te practice
before Florida Fifth Federal
Coir! of Appeal, United States
D tricl luri and the United
States Suoreme Court.
Long active in Scouting, Fuller
has served as District Commis-
sioner for the South Florida
Council of the Boy Scouts, has
taught with the volunteer faculty
at the National Training Center
at Philmont Scout Reservation,
was recipient of the Council's
District Award of Merit in 1972,
and in 1973 received the Silver
RICHARD 5. Wilt*
Beaver Award, highest award tori
distinguished service to boyhood,;
from the National Court of Ho*]
or. Boy Scouts of America.
Fuller has served on the ad-
visory board of the Americu
Arbitration Association gincj
1965. is a member of the Amer-
ican Academy of Trial Lawyers!
American Judicature Society, the
Lawyer Pilots Bar \
Academy of Florida Tr .! Lm
yers and the Dade County Bail
Association.
He is also a member of th;L
board of directors
County Citizens Sift'
is a former member
ida Committee on High va
ty. a former pre.id.
.. Gables Jaycees .
ber of the Crime Commission of
Greater Miami.
He served three yea-- in the I
Army infantry in Korea and is i"1
pilot licensed in single, multil
land and sea plane ratings
M EIC H E i S
by NORMA BARACH
The price of ground beef is down. This all in-one meat loaf
is easy, econo tasty. Serve with a fresh green salad and
hot garlic bread.
MEAT LOAF AND SPAGHETTI
1 lb. ground beef
1 large onion, diced
'. tsp. parsley flakes
Garlic powder
1 egg
f Franklin Savings Opens First
j Broward Branch In Hallandale
Franklin Savings and Loan As-
sociation opened its first Brow-
I aid County branch in Hallandale
| on Monday. President Robert C.
i Hartnett tnnounced The location
will be in the Imperial Towers at
1801 South Ocean D., a ground'
ffice facing Hallandale
B vard, at Its intersec-
tion with A1A.
Application for state authoriza-
tion to open the Hallandale
branch was filed in November,
1973 and permission was granted
in June. Franklin's main office is
located at 124 E. Flagler St..
Miami.
Governor Askew Appoint*
Siegendorf To Circuit Court
'_ lb. spaghetti
1 8-oz can tomato sauce
with mushrooms
Ketchup
Brown sugar
Mix meat, onion, parsley flakes and garlic powder. Cook
spaghetti according to package directios. Rinse and drain Put M
of the meat mixture in a lightly greased loaf pan. Top with
spaghetti according to package directions. Rinse and drain. Put 4
mixture of ketchup and brown sugar. Bake at 350 degrees for
one hour or until meat is done.
k ir ft *b A good stew is a dish which can be prepared ahead of time
and kept in reserve for those days when you come in from a
full day of summer activities and don't feel like starting supper
from scratch.
Governor Reubin Askew has
elevated County Court Judge
Arden M. Siegendorf to the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County to fill
a position created by the resigna-
tion of Chief Judge Thomas E.
U e, Jr. Judge Si< gendorf has an-
nounce,! his intention to run for
election for a full term in the
non-partisan Sept. 10 judicial
primary.
Originally appointed a small
claims judge in 1971. Siegendorf
\s.i- elected a Dad- Countv Court
Judge in September. 19TJ Hi'
has been serving in the Criaw
Division of the County Court!
since that time.
A life long Dade Coun-
dent. Siegendorf, 35, .
pubic school- .
atcd from the Univers
ami in I960. II reci
juris doctor di gree Iron I l'i
ty of Miami Law -
19K3 earning the Roger
Memorial Award as tl
ing graduating seni tr ii
Dubitsky Resigns To Run
Ira Dubitsky. 33, has resigned
from his position at the State
Attorney's office to run for a
seat on the Circuit Court. Dubit
sky, head of the major crimes
division, joined the State Attor
ney's staff in 1967.
BEEF STEW
2 lbs. chuck,
cut in 1-inch cubes
5 medium onions
7 medium potatoes
4 small carrots
1 cup peas, drained
Salt and pepper to taste
2 tblsp. flour
6 tblsp. catsup
1 tblsp Worcestershire
sauce
4 tblsp. soy sauce
Season meat, then cover with water and cook in a heavy-
Dutch oven about I1.- hours. Add vegetables and cook about 50
minutes more Thicken the gravy with the flour. Add the re-
maining ingredients. (Remember soy sauce adds a salty flavor.)
Serves six. (If you want to freeze this stew, do not add potatoes.)
We,
need
you.
If you can spend some time,
even a few hours, with someone
who needs :\ hand, not a handout,
call your local \oluntarv Action
Center. Or write to"Volunteer,"
Washington. DC 20013.
ft*" National Center tor ^fflr
Voiu.-icar) Action. ^T
ft
>tllilill.M*!l
Enjoy Family Camping
In Beautiful
Highlands, North Carolina
AUGUST 18-25
at Camp Higldander
Owned and Operated hy
PINE CREST SCHOOL
A fun-filled week close lo nature with varied
outdoor activities for the entire family
including Nature hikes. Rock Sliding and
Water Sports.
FAMILY CABINS A*\D
HOME COOKED MEALS INCLUDED
For information please call
Mr. Fred R. lawman, Pine Crest School
Phone 772-6550, Ext. 69
r'ORT LAlDERDALfc;


jov,
July 26, 1974
+Jewish fkrAdian
Page 9-B
Soviets in U.S. to Plead
For Jeivs in Red Prisons
LEGAL NOTKE
UGAl NOTICE
[fonlinued From Pajte IB)
all the relatives of the pris-
,r> are in "desperate straits"
ting ft"" tne lives of their lm'
cned relatives.
,]ja Dymshits, whose father,
IKimhits. was sentenced to
lears in the fir-t Leningrad
said they were afraid be-
prtsoners who have been
Led have com? out in poor
|h or as invalids.
>.three, speaking in Russian,
Iretl al 8 press conference
I, (i.innent Center Syna-
[. sponsored by the Greater
>rk Conference on Sonet
lALCOLM Hoenlein, execu-
dircctor of the GNYCSJ,
Lh along with the National
hferencc on Soviet Jewry Is
Insoring the three on their 10-
trip in the U.S.. said the
lup "ill ni"et with Jewish lead-
and with the representatives
|tho I'nitcd Nations Commis-
,>n Human Rights and Am-
|ty International in New York.
Washington they would
::i Administration offi-
cials. Senators and Congressmen
and representatives of the Amer-
ican Red Cross.
Drori said the group also hopes
to meet with the wives of Presi-
dent Nixon and Vice President
Gerald Ford because they believe
they would understad the suffer-
ing of young wives and children
whose husbands and fathers are
in Soviet labor camps.
Families of prisoners are pres-
sured to leave th Soviet Union,
according to Mrs. Butman, be-
cause the Soviets regard this as
an extra punishment for the pris-
oners who will then find it even
harder to enrlur" their imprison-
ment with their relatives in an-
other country.
SHE CHARGED that Mendel
vich's parent*, who are his only
relatives still in the USSR, are
harassed to leave and hi father
has been beaten on the street by
humanitv. only to pressure, Drori
emphasized.
He said that is why the "quiet
diploma*"" l>inc will not work,
but there must be pressure from
American public opinion and
American governmental leaders.
Drori praised Sen. Henry' M.
Jackson iD., Wash ) for his ef-
forts as embodied in the Jackson
Amendment which would deny
the USSR favored nation trade
status unless emigration restric-
tions are removed.
He said the fate of Soviet Jews
seeking to go to Israel is no
more an internal matter of the
USSR than were the Nazi concen-
tration camps an internal matter
of Germany.
MRS. BUTMAN urged the
American government and pri-
vate individuals to keep pressing
the Soviet government and So-
viet Ambassador in Washington.
Anatoly F Dohryr.in. on the con-
ditions of the prisoners.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-4608
E Estate c.f
MINNIE A. PASSOFF
tie. .,-. rl
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ai Creditor* and All r mm Ha> -
:ng Claim* or Demandi Against Said

You . 10 present an) clalma and demandi
which yon may hav* agalnsi tne as-
lati of MINNIE A PASSOFF. de-
tail ol bade County, Florida,
to the Circuit Judgei ol Dade County,
tile the same In duplicate and as
provided m Section 7SS.16, Florida
Statute*, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within four calendar months from
:ht time of the iirst publication here-
of, or the same will be barred,
Filed at Miami. Florida this :14th
da) i f July, -\ D. 1974.
AI'.TIII'll SHAL. Executor
First publblcatlon of this notice on
the Mth day of .luh. 1974.
MORTON B ZEMEL, ESQUIRE
Attorney fi i
Suite 11 Itificfi N i-:. 19th a i
North Mann la ad, Fla
7/26 *. J

[Judge Nathan Elevated To
?pellate Court by Gov. Askew
pymond 0. Nathan. Dade Cir-
Judge, and resident of Dade
|nty for more than 5 decades,
| elevated last week to the Ap-
te Court by Governor Reu-
O'D. Askew, and has cele-
LEGAL NOTKE
. notice of action
Constructive service
iNO PROPERTY)
[HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
rIVIL ACTION NO. 74-21078
CTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
[RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
tl: F KKKMIIiKZ. Husband.
I i er,
'M
|YN BERMUDEZ, Wife,
lent
It- Evel) n ll.-rmudes
lii'.i mdenro I'nknown)
\>:i: HEREBY notified
? n for i Xssolution of Mar-
l: been Hied sfainsl you ami
requln d to serve opy of
Itten defi nses, if any, to it on
Lpo koss. E8QUIRE, attorney
[ whose address is 101
tvenue, Miami Florida
le the original with the
the above >>\ led court on
I 9, l74; otherwise
puit win be cut. i.d again*) you
reliel l< mantled In the com*
: 'Ml
i all be published once
four canaei utlvi
IEW18H FLORIDIAN
fNESS m) al of
Miami, Florida on this
July. 1974.
r DRINKER, CLERK
\i Clerk, Circuit Courl
iti I) Fl< rlda
I v A l> WADE
As Deputy Cl<
1 'i Ul : Si al I
. Etiquire
I" v \ nue
128 l 124-4555)
for Pet 11
JHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
PiVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Til- FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
VIL ACTION NO. 74-18'86
fCTlON FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
' VRRIAOE OF
l-l" li IRCIA, JR.
and
'A'" I V Wife
".IJACl IO QARC1 \ .111
I i S\\ STRBBT, APT 1M
'MIAMI FLORIDA
ARE HEREBY NOTTPTED
| on for I Xaaolutlon of Mar-
1" Hied agalnat you and
quired to serve i op) of
ra-rltten defense!, if anv, to It on
H UPBON, for
. Itosg addresn la 1980 81 I
DRJVE, Hai LANDA1 K.
I
>" clerk of the above styled
ii before August tS, 1974:
1 default will be entered
Ore relief demanded
impialni or petition
[ ihall be published once,
t foul utlvi
FHh lEW ish |-| .,
' -M..-> mi hand and the s-al of
i ->< at Miami, Florida on
\**y Ot July. l!,74.
[ R HARD P BRINKER
Circuit Court
fade County Florida
1V '. SXERPEN
suit A' '''I'"'* Clerk
fuit Court Seal)
7/26 8/2-9-16
brated his investiture ceremonies.
Supremo Court Justice James
C. Adkms presided. Appeals
Court Judge Tillman Pearson of-
ficiated at the swearing in cere-
mony which took place at the
Dade County Courthouse.
Judge Nathan has served 21
years as a Judge of Dade County.
In 1953 he was appointed by the
late Governor Dan McCarty as
the first Judge of the Dade Coun-
ty Small Claims Court for the
purpose of organizing the Court
and serving as its first Judge.
Nathan served as the Chief
Judge of this Court until Decem-
ber, 1985. when he was appointed
a Judge of the Dade County Cir-
cuit Court.
In 1956 Judge Nathan was
awarded the annual Good Gov-
ernment award by the United
States Junior Chamber of Com
merce and Miami Jaycees for out-
standing service to his commun-
ity in the field of government.
A former president of the Uni-
versit\ of Miami Law Alumni As
sociation. Judge Nathan as a stu-
dent there, organized the Univer-
sity of -Miami Law Review and
was Associate Editor. He is I
member of the University rf
Miami Iron Arrow Honor So-
ciety.
He is a member of the Florida
State ami Hade County Bar A-SSO
ciations and a member of Temple
Beth Am In 1966 he attended
the National College of State
Trial Judges. He is a member of
numerous civic and fraternal or-
ganisationa.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 74-20193
NOTICE OF SUIT
IN" UK: The Martini;- I
EVE I. SADLER.
Petitioner,
will iam M NADLBR,
i.. pondent __
VOV, WILLIAM M NADLBR.
ul.-, residence address li 621 r.rcoK-
slde Place Plalnflald, Ne Jersey
,,,, hereby notified to flic your
Answer to Hie Petition for Dissolu-
tion of Man *< with the >" rk -f the
urt, and ma! a cop) ih< r< i I to
pull.......' Attorney, JOShaPH pi
I \ '.'', >l -Mi:" i, MOO Bird Road M
,m Florida I3ISS, on or befora thr-
iSrd da) of August, I974i or
Petition "led aaalnal you will be 'ak-
DATEH this 16th day of July, 1174.
RICHARD P BRINKBR
Clerk, Cir.ult Court
By: ai> u ADB
Deput) i
: l-*( 8/2-
LEGAL NOTKE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
FRANK B DOWLING
PROBATE NO. 74-4692
In RE: Estate of
CAMILI A \ V IDOR,
deoi .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cred lore and All Person* H:.\ -
lai 'i- Afainsi Bald
! \,te:
Y' n an hereby notified and requir-
ed t< present any clalma and demands
which you r.i.ii i aara nsi the >-
ol CAMU 1 a 1. pi itM iR,
. eaa< at< i i le Count). Plot
the Circuit Judgei of Dade County,
1 fll< thi aam< In dui cati nd at
di d In 81 ftion 7:;:: 16, Florid.1
Btatuti a. In their !.. Coun-
lourthousi In Dadi County, Flor-
ida, utthin four calendavr months from
the tim< if the first publication here-
of, or the same will he barred.
Fli.d .it Miami, Florida, tins 23rd
da) f July, a 11 |74
AIJSXAKDAK II FnIx'K
As Executor
First publblcatlon of ;hi* notice on
th. J-.th dnv of July, 1*74.
i.ynn W FROMBERU, ESQUIRE
Attorney for the Estate of
Camilla L Fodor
Suite M-le: 19 \v Flach r St.
Miami. Florida 331.10
7 26 t 2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 85447
in RK Estat< -f
NANCY BLEET.
deo
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- hereby given that we
have filed our Final Report and Peti-
tion Dlatrlbutlon and Final DIs-
.harae as F.xe. utor of th. estate of
NANCY Kl.KF.T. deceased, and that
on rT after the ."nth day of Aulusi
\ outt Judcea of Dade County, Florida.
for approval of uld Final Report and
for distribution and final dlschanri as
Executor of the estate of the above-
named decedent. This tSrd day of
July. IH74
A .1 \ Y t'RISTOL as Attorney for
STEPHEN s BERNSTEIN Executor
.f the Estate of Nancy BI< 11.
1',, aat d
A. .TAY CR1BTOL
Attorney
21 .\c rtneasi Fit si Avenue
Mlam
r. pi 1 379-1792 .,
7 _' S :-9-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nil HEREBY a\\ EN that
the undi
: ui -- un ler the flci u
'HE PR1MITH I". Ti HTH al
tve Sui'- di i" 311S4 In-
ame with ib<
nil Courl f Dade
1", uu I '' '
'- NC,
. \
B) Rl TH ''"1 P PRESIP1
AN 11
DISCI TNT !" ACE INC .
A FI ORIDA ..
B\ ANNA r.t>l ['SKIN '
\ ilNT VENT1 KE
FBI DMAS DA\ IDS! 'N
ui illE H NE1 8< iN
I
Ills.
Miami, Ft
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ihi a'.,.. 1 -i.d. desiring to ei 1
lit ,,, -~ under the fli iltloun nami
HE MIAMI SPRINGS St'ENE
:,. po Box M0206, .Miami Spring* F
S.tr.e. Intel di I I "ler said name
real 1 Court of
1, .,!, 1 "nunty, Florida
MIAMI 8PR1NOS TAX PAYERS
\ssi '<* INC
BY NORMAN SMITH PRESIDENT
Arthur W Karllck
mi,: for Applicant
1 1 \ \\ IT'li \>.
Florida -
!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N< iTh'K IS HEREBY rsigned
bui 111 si under the I I '
1 \i> i;si'i-:i.y.< U iOICA
t'l'BA '' 8 W
nds to rei
th thi Clark of the Circuit
Court 11 Dadi County Florida.
OBVALDO AoinRRB
8/1
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. '4-^0201
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN E Th. Marriage of
Et'GENE Ol.I\ BR R< THMAN. JR..
Husl and.
CHARLOTTE M. ROTHMAN,
M Ifi
T> l: CHAR1 1 iTTE M '' 'THMAN
RESlDENfE CNKNl WN
YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
tloi foi I Ksolutlon "f m.ii-
riag< has been filed against you and
), u ..r. : quired h nerve a 1 opy of
vi-ur written defenses, If any, lo it on
KWITNEY, KROOP A BCHEIN-
BERI I, P.A.. atti rm ) b for Petitioner.
\ osi address la tJ" Unooln Road,
Suit< ":. Miami Beach, Florida 33139
and fli. the original with the clerk of
the abovi -ivied courl "i, ,.r before
August -'. 1974 otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
r. lief di mandi d in Ihi complaint or
petition
Thi- notice -'ail be published once
..,.|i sreek for four ronseeutlvi weeks
in THE JEW ISH Pi ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and 11.....! of
court al Miami, Florida on this
dav of July, ''74
RICHARD P BRINKER
Al I U rk. Circuit t'ourt
l.ade County, Florida
in I BNEEDEN
As Deputy t'lerk
itIrru't Court Seall _
KWITNEY KROOP &
SCHB1NBERO, P A
By BRl'CE J SCHEINBERQ
For: PAUL KWITNEY
4.1 Lincoln Rood. Suite '.1-
Miaml Hea.h. Florida
PI ie 81
\ rne) for P. titioner
7 19-26 I --"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
NO. 74-20831
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
In r< the marriage of:
BARBARA ANN SIPPLE,
Pattttoner,
and
KENNY KAY SIPPLE.
Ri Bpondent.
TL> KENNY KAY SIPPLE
co MASON BULLEN
K< ll'TB SI' 1
POPI ARV1I.LE, MISSISSIPPI
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution or Mar-
riagi nas bei n filed against you and
you an required lo rvi ropy ol
vow written defenses, if any 10 it on
j dl'IS >;l AZER, attorney for 1
r whose address is 11711 BiaiAyne
Boulevard North Miami. Florid*, and
1 original with the Clerk of the
peve dtyl. .1 court 01 or hi fore Au-
. 1974; otherwlw .. lodgment
i,, entered agalnsi you for the
demanded in the complaint or
petition
W1TNFSS mv hand and :hr sea 01
court al Mlam rlda 1 n thli
2Snd dav of July '""',..,.....
RICHARD P BRISKER
As Clerk. 1 nil
Dade Cnun t)
By: DEN
.- : ut> '
Seal) _
-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OK FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-4310
... m< 'N BIS! NBI
' NOTICF TO CREDITORS
To All Cred :'. r-ons
,, nR cialn or D m i d Against
Saoi pstati : ..,,i
v,, at. hereby notll 1 and re-
1 ... lain)* at d di -

th, ; ol Si '1 1 >MOS s BI8EN-
PBRi i.. raced lal '""v-
Florida, to thi Circuit ludge* ol Dade
v, and file iio am< 1
Ided in Si
i., atatutei, In thi In
.1,, iintj Ci urthousi 11 1 ladi I boun-
ds within foti lendar
mi th fr in tlrni I ihi
.,-,.. thi .i'ii. will he
m 1 ; 7th
-
\ \ : \\ SCHNEI1
\ w v BTi '!.
.1- ::\, ..
. ,11
the M
\ 1Y1 RIB1 1 'I.
,.ors
2\ Northi ue.
M aw i
7-l!'--6
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO ,aOPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF '
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
- CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-19290
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THK MARRIAGE uF
HTII.IA BANTIAd I.
and
WILLIAM SANTIAGO
TO: William Santiago
Residence I'nknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed acalnat you
ami you are required to serve a oopy
of your written defenses, if any, to it
on AlMH.Fii KOSS, ESQUIRE, attor-
ney for Petition, r, who... address is
101 N. W lL'th Avenue. Miami. Florida
S3188, and file th.- original With the
clerk of the above styled courl on or
hefore AuKUKt IK. 1!'74: otherwise 1
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in ihe complaint
or petition
This 11..ti, e shall he published once
each week tor four consecutive weeka
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the -eal f
said court at Miami. Florida, un this
8th da; of July, 1!>74.
Kirn \l:i' P BRINKER
\- Cli rk 1 11 uii Court
I lade 'oiini v. Florida
By C. P C< IPELAND
An Di PUty Clerk
(Circuit Courl Seal)
idolfa Kiss. Eoquira
101 N.W 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128
Attorn.i) foi Petitioner
7 13-19-26 S'2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
GENERAL JURISDICTION
. DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-20457
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
JUKI ZIBGLER and
ELIZABETH ZIEGLER. his wife,
Petti loners,
To WHOM IT MAY CI INCERN
Notice Is given that the undersigned
Petitioners, JOEL ZIEGI.ER and
ELIZABETH ZIEGI.ER hln
whose address is 1000 Waal Avenue In
th.- City of Miami, p.oi.- County,
Florida, intends t., apply to the Hon-
orable William Helm. Judge of the
nth Judicial Circuit In and for D li
County, at his office In the County
Courthouse, al 1 5R I'M on September
17. 1974, or as soon thereafter as Pe-
titioners tna> I,.- heard, for an order
changing Petltlonei b name from
KtiKF.KT NORMAN BOUCHOITC lo
ROBERT NORMAN ZIEGLER, by
which name Petitioner shall thereaft-
er be know n
Dated al Dade County, Florida, this
{-{nd da) of July 1C74
ALBERT WILEN8KY
Attorne) foi Petitioners
A 1 lornex for Pi I iTioners
ALBERT WILEN8KY
1104 Concord liidg.
.Miami Florida
7 .': '-9-l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
m business under th. fi, tiio.us name
of i.ka COMPONENTS at 181 W.E
185th Street, North Miami Beach,
Florida. 13162, Intend to register -aid
iam. with the Clark of the Circuit
Courl of Had. County. Florida
Ml I.TON PBRLMAN 1'" 1
BERNARD K Itoil.BN ()
TAI.IA.Ni'FF ANT' BADER, ESQS.,
Attorneys for I.KA COMPONENTS
7 :: s 8-9-11
NOTICE UNDKR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to rngaga
in buxlness under the fictitious name
of WORLDWIDE INVESTMENT
GROUP, INC., at 182S Coral Wayj
Miami, hlorida intend 10 rOUistel I
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Pad, County. Florida
JORGE PI N v>
RAUL PI ANAS
SFKAFIN I FA I.
MICHAEL N WEISS, P A
Attorne) for Applicants
S W Plogler Strei I Sun. S1
Miami. Florida
. _'K s .
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. 74.19131
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVIS'ON
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE M VRItl USE OF:
\l VR1 \ DEI. 1 VKMEN CAMACHO.
WIFE
and
iSV \\ l"1 CAMACHO.
HUSBAND
|', JOSE I8VALDO C W1A1
Santandei. < 'olumbia
Vim ARE IIEREB1 NOTIFIED
thai ai for 1 ilw ul Ion ol B
11 lt. hat bei 1 filed you and
you are required to servi copy of
,.iii in ten del f an) to II n
\i BERT 1. CARRICARTE, attorney
for Petitioner, whose addres* 1- 2491
\ W 7th sir.. Mlam Florid SS12S,
and tile the "nt nal with the rlerk ol
the above styled oui 1 on hi
August 12 1974; otherwise a default
,v iii be entered agalnsi you for the
relief demanded In the complaint or
petition ,
This notice ihall be published onca
each eek for foui c 1 ei ui 1 v
, THE JEWISH I-I ORIDIAN
WITNESS m) hand .iw\ the eal ol
Mid ooiii 1 al '" 1 i 5th da) of Jul)
RICH \i.i> P BRINKER
As Cli a 'ourt
I ;, FlOl
B) W TYMINSK1
\ 1 '. i a;\ Clerk
(Circuit Courl E
II T I CARRICARTE, ESQ
2491 N \\ 7th Si
Miami. Florida
Attorney fot Pi I .'ioner
Phone No. 4P
7/12-19-H 8.3


Pcqe
*Jm Ufi FkridRari
Friday, Ju]v
2e,
Rabbi Max Nussbaum, Zionist,
Passes in Los Angeles at 64
ie:ai notki
UGAl NOTICE
l&
I > ANGELES (JTA)
F.. i \ re held here
for Rabbi Max Nussbaum, 9t,
spiritual leader for 32 year- of
Tt. ..r! in Hollywood and
: rabbinic
and
He col home Fri-
day night and was rushed to
hospital where he died from a
heart attack.
HF ACHIEVED world fame for
off:...:.- B i versions and
marriages of a number of cele-
brities.
Rabbi Nusabaum and his wife
had just returned from a trip to
Israel and Europe where he had
attended a number of Zionist and
Jewish conferences and was to
have reported to his congregation
on his meetings.
He was a former president of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica and former chairman of its
national executive committee.
Rabbi Nussbaum was a national
vice president of the American
Zionist Federation, a national
vice president of the American
Jewish Congress, a member of
the board of directors of the
United Jewish Appeal, an honor-
ary vice chairman of the Jewish
National Fund, and a member of
the Executive Committee of the
Central Conference of American
Rabbis.
HE WAS also a member of the
board of governors of the Israel
Bond Organization, a member of
the UJA's Rabbinical Advisory
Council, and a member of the
administrative board of the He-
brew Union College. American
Jewish Committee executive com-
mittee, the Joint Distribution
Committee's National Council,
the regional board of the Nation
ai Conference of Christians and
Jews, and the World Union of
General Zionists Executives.
Rabbi Nussbaum had served as
chairman of the American Zionist
Council and the World Jewish
Congress-American section and
had been a member of the Zion-
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTVl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY
CIVJL ACTION NO. 74-6114
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
ist Actions Committee since 1960. IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OP:
HE WAS a prolific writer and OSCAR MATBO
the author of several philosophi- ZENAIDA MATBO
eal books including "Yehuda Ha- TO; auuiiat>
C Cab*
. Tit 111. I ul'.t
fOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
in the Social Philosophy of Marx thai an action for Dissolution ol Mar-
levi't Philosophy of Nationalism'
(1933). Kantianism and Marxism
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT T^
ELEVENTH JUDICIaT rF T
OF FLORIDA. IN ANd'S??'
DADE COUNT? PR
CIVIL ACTION NO -,
PETITION FOR ADno-W'5
IN RE THE ADOPTlov., C'4
^KI^KU.iKs,,;,
TO: CARLOS PEREZ
Residence unkn
TOU ARE HERE
thai Petition foi
riled agalnel >-.. Rna v,
ert to serve a i opj
defensea ,i any,
Jr attOI
addres* I in] \ u,
' i
I
I
:
RABBI MAX NUSSBAUM
Rni-n in bimlvl Austria hn ,"v' Styled court On or before Au-
Boin in bucza\a. Austria, fie _,, .., ,,,:, ,,tn,.,isi. default will
came to the United States in 1940. 5. entered against you for i
He was ordained at the Bres- '^"uU"' '" '"" ,n,'v-'"" "' '" "-
lau Theological Seminary in 1934 Tins notice shall be published once
and was a Zionist leader in (ler- ''"''' u,,k f"r fl>ur eonsecutlvi w>
ana was a z.ionisi ieaaer in utr |n TMK IKWISM pLORIDIAN
many until 1938, when he fled WITNESS my hand ami the seal .,r
PALMERS .
flAMI MONUMENT COMPANY/! i
RM0MAUZE0 MEMORIAL!
CUSTOM CRAFTED
IWOl/* WORKSHOP
3279 S.W. a* ST.. MIAMI
FODOR. Camilla U. 76. of North
Mlani Beach. Riverside.
FRANCES. Isaac A TT. Of Miami
Peach rtierside.
GOLDBERG. Far.nle T. 67. of
Hollywood Riverside.
KARDOS. Louise, JO, of Miami.
Oordon. Interment Mount Nebo
C< metery.
KRUH, Robert, i*. ol Miami. River-
Fide. Interment Star of David
Memorial Park
SANDLER. Reatrlre P B7. of
M'iml Reach. Riverside.
ALLEN. Leon, 10, Of Miami Beach.
Slashers?
EHRLICH. Edward Emil. 70. for-
m- riy of Hallandale Riverside. in-
terment Mount Nebo Cemetery,
KANOFF. Joseph, 71. of Miami
i:- ach. Blasbeni
KRAMER. Isaac. Of Miami
Beach Riverside
LEIBOVITZ. Elisabeth, 73. of
Miami Beach, Riverside
LEVY, Edna, of Hollywood Levitt
SARUSKY. Toel, 58, of Miami.
Riverside
SCHNUER. Jack. 75. of North
Mlam: !' a, h Rlvei
SChull. Etna Mollle, 71, of North
M lami. Ni uman.
SCHWARTZ. Murray. 62, of North
Miami Beach Levltl
SUSHANSKY. Phillip, M, of Miami
Bea. h Rlverstdi
WANK. Sadie, B7. of Miami Beach
Riverside, Interment Mount Nebo
Cenv ti
ZARROW. Joseph. 7',. of North
Miami Beach Riverside Interment
n Star of David Memorial Park
TUCHMAN. Jaime, of Miami Beach.
R \ i raid*
BLOCH, Panny, of Miami Beach,
side
CAPITA, Caroline. 7:>. of North
Mount Nebo >' mi tery
Miami Beach. Riverside interment
COT1 ER, irwln Jay, 14, of North
Miami Beach, Levitt.
HUCK. laadore, 88, of North Miami
Beach, Riverside,
KLEIN. Samuel P., M. of Miami
Beach. Riverside
SHEIKOVITZ. Abraham, 87, of Mi-
ami Beach Riverside, interment
Mount Nebo Cemetery.
SUSSWEIN. William. 87, of Miami
i U ach Riverside
BOGDANOFF. Manuel. 74 'if Miami
Beach Riverside
HURWICH. ROM, >,!-. of Miami.
River-.,!.
PERLOW. Nathan M.. 73. of North
Miami Beach, Rlasberc.
STEMPEL. Kay. 77, of Miami.
Riverside
TAFFAE. Miriam. 76. of North
Miami Riverside.
WERBIN. Resina. 87. of Miami
Beach. Riverside.
ACKERMAN, Bencel. 7". of Miami
Beach, Riverside, *
from the Nazi regime.
AZIMOV. Alan. 6. of North Miami
Beach Newman.
DRUKER. Joseph M 99, Of Miami
Beach New man.
GOODMAN. Sidney. 81. of North
Miami Reach. Riverside.
KIRSCH, Michael. 77. of Miami
Beach Levitt
MARKIR. Abraham. ::. of North
Miami Reach Newman.
PRICE. Louis, 7. of Miami Beach.
Riverside
SCHULL. Mollle, 71. of North
Miami. Newman.
FEIT. Rosalie, M, of North Miami.
Riverside
GOLDSTEIN. Fr-.la, *4. of Miami
Beach. Newman
GREENBERG. Ethel, 83. of North
Miami Beach Levitt
SCHNEIDER. Ida. 88. of Miami
Reach Levitt
SILVERMAN. Lena. M, Of Miami
Beai h. Cordon Interment Star of
David Memorial Park
WOLF. Prleda, 60, of North Miami
it. ai h Rlv( raids
BRITTON. Lillian Km of Miami
Beach Blasbenr.
DRONSICK, Hiram, of North
Miami Beach, Levltl
GOLDSTEIN, Jacklyn, IS, Of North
Miami Beach Riverside Inter-
ment Mount Nebo Cemeterj
KAHN. Harold David. '.7. of Miami
1 Reed-Gautler Interment
star of David Memorial Park.
RUBIN. Anna L 80. of Miami
Riverside, Interment Mount Nebo
Cemetery.
SEIGrsAN. Betty, of Miami Reach.
Riverside
SHARRON. Irvine:. K!', of Sunrise
Riverside
Beach, Riverside.
BEBER. Morris, 7 b oj Weal Palm
kossoff, Julius, it Newman
Entombment Mount Nebo'a Com*
munity Mausoleum.
bedsow. Harry n of Lauderdale
Lakes Qordi n Interment Mount
N. bo Cemetery.
SHAPIRO. Ruth H M, of Miami
Beach I loriion.
SHEIKOVITZ. Abraham. 17. of
Miami Reach. Riverside
BOLONSKY. Philip. S9. of Miami
itaarli Newman.
FORSTER. Alfred E U, of Miami.
Newman.
KAPACSV, Mlklos. 74. of Miami
Reach. Riverside.
ROHDIE. Clyde D.. 72. of Ral
Harbour. Riverside
SCHEINWALD. Martin H 7H, of
Miami Reach. Rlasberx.
TOCKMAN. Louta, It, of Mlam
!! ach. Riverside.
said courl al Miami. Florida on this
Uth day of July. 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Ctrcull Court
Dade County, Florida
B) a l> WADE
As Deputy lerfc
(Circuit Court Seal)
Adolfo Koss. Esquire
mi N w uth Avenue
Miami. Florida 3312*
Attorney for Petitioner
7. 19-:f. s 2-9
each week for four roi
ui THE JEWISH Fl oi
WITNESS no hand ai
courl at Miami. |'
-'.ill day Of Juio- l"74
RICHARC r BR1
Ai Clerk, Cli u I
I>ade i "ountv 1--
By A. WALSH
As itonal\ i
(Circuit Court Seal,
ROI GONZALEZ. JR.. ESoriRl
101 N.W. 12th Avenue E
Miami. Florida 3312S
Attorney for Petitioner
7 "
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-1076
(Judge Blanton)
In RE: Batata of
CHARLES it liKAl.E.
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against r*Qulred t
Said bstatl Clerk Of this courl ami t<
You ..!. hereby notified and requlr- thereof, upon Joseph C !. .:-('.
ed to present any claim.- and demands M8J N w. 7th Avenue
which you maj have against the rida 181(0, your a
eauta ot CHARLES B
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OPT*
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRCuS
OF FLORIDA. IN AN0
FOR DADE COUNTY
CASE NO. 74.18398 '
NOTICE TO DEFEND
In Re The Marriage of
Patricia Ocean Wife-lv-
And,
Jian Raptiste Ocean
Husband- Respondent
V"t": Jean Raptiste Oceai
Jonquil Terrace. Chlcac : :
80626, are hereby advised
wife filed a petition for n
solution acainst you and .|
file your .i ni .i f
DEALB, de-
ceased lati ol Dade Count) Florida,
to the Circuit Ju.ie, ;, .,, County,
and rile tn. same in < i ui i..., and as
provided in s,.. tion : II l Pi. riaa
Statutes, in their offices in tin Coun-
ty Courtnous, In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within (our calendar months from
the time of the lust publication here-
of, oi the same will bi bai
Plied BI .Miami. Florida, tl.i- 16th
da) ol July AH 1874
EDITH P, HARTER,
a.- Administratrix
First publication of I on
the -'.Hi da) ol Julv. 1874
si.ii< i.V, Mais .. UKC.NDW ERG
U) Ml 'SES .1 <;i.I NDW i... ,
Anorne) lor Administratrix
cut Ainsle) RuildniK
Miami, Florida 33132
7 :; | :
or before Augnsl I, i?74.
I >efaull ill lo enter.
il.. i.;..:
tion.
Dated: 87 June. 1874, Ml;
RICHARD P BRI!
(Terk. Circuit i
By: W TVM
Deputy ('
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Cc TH
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL Cl-
AND FOR DADE COL STY,
FLORIDA.
NO. 74-20038
ACTION FOR D4SSOLLTI0N
OF MARRIAGE
In re the marriage of;
LVELL B HE1NRICH.
Petitioner,
and
LEGAL NOTICE
hi Iht CIKCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVtNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF GERTRUDE J HEIVK1' "
Florida in and Respondent
FOR DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 71-4785
IN RE: Baute of
JACOR MILLER,
1 >. eased,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE la hereby given that I LOUIS 'M-AZKH. attorm
have filed The Final RepoD and Peti- """er. whose address -
tion for Distribution and Final Dis- '>"' Boulevard, North M a.
cnarae as Executrix of ihe .state c.f ",a- '""l Die the orlgii "
.'A'..|t MII.I.KR. d.....as,d, and that J'lerk of th. ah,
August 21. l!7-4 nereis)!
i be ent.r. d > -'.:
demanded H ::.
petition.
WITNES8 mi hand and
TO: GERTRUDE J Hi::
o RKKTHA ZILL
14 Raron. I :i I,
Cheektowaas, Ne ,
YOU ARE HEREBY N
thai an action for Dlssolui
rtace has been filed sja roa i
> on are required to sei > i
your written defense.-. II
on the I si day of August. l!-74. will before August
apply to the Honorable Circuit Judge" Judgment maj
Ol Dade County, Florida, for approval f"r Ue relief
of said Final Report and for distribu- I'1-'"" or petit
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open frery Day Closed Sabbath
140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 266-2888
NOTICK UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKRY GIVEN that
tion and final discharge as Executrix
Of the estate of the above-named
decedent This 1st dav of Julv 1-.74
CLAIRE 8 A RANG A, Executrix
JOSEPH 8CHMIER
the understated, desiring to "engage }'-'","uy, ,
in business under the f|. tltlOUS name Kf l-""i;'l'i ''' *<"- 6
of COMTBMPORART at m N i: lit M,an" Beach. Florida
Aye., .Miami. Fl,.,,,la 8S1SS Intends to .
lid name with the Clerk of
''"'< Court of Lade County.
5-12-18-24
Florida.
'HARLOTTF. ROTH
7 12-18-M
8/2
friendship...
means someone cares
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
un.t, s net 19)1
Saving Ine Jew sh Conn
ORTHOOOX
C0NStRV*TIVE
_____ REfORM SERVICES
! EminuelGfBon'IS48i Ikt Go.-d HicryGoiOor IS64 limes B Cordon
Te.ep-sne 373-5533
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. 74-19288
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: TIIK MAKRIACE OF:
SANTIAGO LINARES,
and
DELIA LINARES
TO: DELIA LINARES
: :i Pomlnso Street
Port Cheater, New York
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CASE NO. 74-18998
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR ADOPTION
IN RE AIM IPTION OF
KTEI.KA KOVACS a Minor
BY MIKLOS ADAM and ETA
'SAT. i ADAM, his wife.
pet Ittoners
To: JANOS KOVACS
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
loi ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action tor Adoption of etki.ka
KOVACS ha- been filed agalnal rou
a you ai.- required to >,, v,
said .curt at Miami, i
l'.th day of Julv. 1874
RICHARD P BRI?
a- Clerk, Circuit '
By: I. SNEEI'EN
As Deputy Cl.
(I 'IrcUit Court Seal)
7 I!
NOTICE OF ACT
CONSTRUCTIVE 8ERV ~*l
(NO PROPERTV
IN THE CIRCUIT COUR" Ce '
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCl "
FLORIDA. IN AND FC*
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 74--9fM
GENERAL JURISDICTION
ACTION FOR D4SSOLI.TICN
OF MARRIAGE
in RE: Th. Man
WAYNE V MERSEREA1'.
Pi tltloner- Husband
and
I'EHRA ANN MERSERE
Respondent-U if'
TO; HKHHA ANN MERSEP.EAl
c o Mr Steven Rii hai
180 H.-rlin A\enue
Jllemorial Chapel
'JtWISH fUSiet.1 DIRECTORS"
LOCAL AND OUT OF STATl
ARRANGEMENTS
947-2790 [
13385 W. DIXIE MWV MM.
This notice shall he published onee
each week for four consecutive w.eks
in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
\\ l TV ESS n hand and the -eal of
xald court at Miami. Florida on this
Mh day of Julv ] :74
KICHAlUi P BRINKER
As Oerk, Circuit Court
I>ade County, Florida
U> C P COPELAND
Ax Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Si.,! i
Adolf,, Koss, E*.iuir*
101 N \V Uth Avenue
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
7/U-lt-M 1/1
WITNESS my hand and seal of
rd day of Julv. 1H74
RICHARD P HKINKRR
Al Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade "'ountv. Florida
Bj I, SNEEDEN
._, As D.putv Clerk
fCir.-uit Court Seal)
KWITNEV. KKOOP A
SCHEINBERG, PA.
By PAUL KU ITNEV
4M Lincoln Road (Suite 512)
-Miami H.a.h. Florida 3313&
Attorney for Petitioner
Tel: J3S-7S75
7/12-19-24 8/J
tetitlon
Tins notice shall be I
each ue,-k for four conse ulive "
In THE JEWISH r*L0Rir>IA>
\\ ITNB68 m\ haici
' curt at Miami. PI"
12th day of July. 1H74
RICHARD P BRINfc*f
As Clerk, Circuit I "''
Dade County Fl<
Hv A D WADE
A Deputy Cb
(Cir.uit Court Sesll
DAVID M. GONSHAK
14*7 N W 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33125
Attorney tor Petition, r ^
7 IS '
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pitav. luly 26. 1974
l *PH'#*f FhvMlaiP
Page 11-B
IEGAI NOTICE
UGAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
b^c CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
VvENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
1 AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
* flor:da
GENERAL JURISDICTION
PIV'SION
CASE NO. 74-19446
I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Ik THE MARRIAGE OF
JTOR R I'HALDE.
petitioner,
|.A zapia I'HAI PE.
/,i'"i"';p.'\ /.APIA CHAT DE, Re-
Id. -nt *RE HEREBY NOTIFIED
IFIIF *"ur written response lo
solution of mnrri-
Cierk of <* above
l. .......J '"" Pen-
T. ......>. VON ZAMFT A
u Sulti IK, 41" s.uth Pixie
.;,, foral Uablee. Florida 33146.
* -th day nf Aupu-t.
. p( mien for I Am aolUtli It
., || i i iken ..s confi seed
In '
1 : ,i:j, iv BRINKER
v. |. WADE
uU clerk
., -Coll
jme CIRCL.T COURT OF THE
f.EN'M JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND C0R DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
'-ENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 74-'9150
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
[ IBETH MORRELL,
I SARD Ml iRRELL,
KON'ARD MORRELL
. waI pi: MORRELL
Vv.nue
\ j. raey
HEREBY NOTIFIED
[ for 1 ilssolution of Mar-
filed against you and
. to rve copy of.
Ml, If an). to it on
i. ESQUIRE, attorney
Bddreaa is liTii
! .. n i urd. Ni rth Miami:
[ Me tin original aItti the
Hhove styUd ..urt on
lugusi ii. 1974; otherwise
| ntered agalnat
lef demanded in the
pi tltlon
I s- mj hand and the sra! of
hi Miami, Florida, on this
luly, 1*74
RICHARD P DRINKER
\- I |< i 'it. uit <'"urt
B> !. SNEEDEN
v- Deputy Clark
u:' Seal)
7 IS-19-S0 e 2
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
,NO PROPERTY)
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
[VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
| Cl VII ACTION NO. 74-18994
iCTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
fl.li l\ SldHHAX WH1P1M.E.
>ETIT|ONER
IROK RAYMOND WHIFFLE.
RESPONDENT
;k.< i <;i-: RAYMOND WHirrt.E
I RESIDENCE INKS' IWN
IRK HEREBY NOTIFIED
p, ohitlon of Mar-
ket i- n filed against you and
ulred to aerve a copy of
ritti fi nses, If an). to it on
\ < ii BURNS attorni > foi Pe-
W'h' > address is Suite 450.
I. Ri ...l Miami Beach, Flor-
I A file th.- original with
i ibo> i st) led court
I- i -. vueusi M, iv74 other-
be entered attains!
demand) d In the
i ..
|l> I l. i ubllahed once
fi ui i onsocutl* t* eeka
flu: jew ISH FI OR1DIAN
- i and and the seal of
Florida on thla
I dl\ 1974
P BRINKER
Kr C era i 'ircult Court
111 Florid*
Rv 1 SNKKPKN
a i.. nuty 'lark
i'. nrl Se 111
'" RNS, ESQUIRE


Pi tli ner
T'12-19-84 s 2
NOT'CE UNDER
F CTiTIOUS NAME LAW
TH K '.- IEI .li rilYEN that
ned di siring to enarmfe
SI hi ftctltioUi name
f BAIL BONDS ii (II N W.
\ nai Miami, Plot Ida M1S6,
name with
Ihl Clr> ult OoUli of Paile
PETER M PETERSON
7 lt-19-M
/J
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN tint
d< -TlnR to enicaito
I "> under th. fictitloua name
I T'I.\IB INTEKNATIONAI.
1 PontalnbleMi Bltrd Miami.
'nil in r. ir-t.r said name
'hi Clerk of the Circuit t'ourt ol
' -v pioi da
i.Fftpr.l.no I PEKNAI,
MCARDO HEKNAI.
7'12-li"-:' (.2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
1~E IS HEBEBY GIVEN that
I i deetrlw to .nr.nto
I u ider th* fictitloua name
Horn ..i number 1750 Bird
1 City of Miami. Florida.
, ner the sain mm- with
[ f tin ciri uit p..urt oi Dada
irida
ii .Miami. Florida, this .'7th
": Jm. :;.74
' ENTDBPRI8B8, INC
kikVi Ralchenbach, Praaidant
[ ....ml,., j. Be. -Tr,as.
,'! Amihoant
IN ^ Hth Avenue
A'JQSlda MIS
fAMLS A MOLAN8
"'12-19-24 (/I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN ,'.ND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-19391
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVIS'ON
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN UK The M.irnaKe of
QERALYN D. HERMAN
Wife,
and
W II I IA.M HKK.MAN
Husband
TO: U II I 1AM HERMAN
4i-?s Forley 8tn el
Elmhurst. N Y 11 r>73
TOU ABE HEREBY NOTIFIED
'hat .i notitiiin for Dissolution of y,iUr
Marriaae has been fii'.i and com-
menced in iliis courl and you are
required I..... copy ..f your writ-
ten defeneee, if any, to it on MARX
M FABER, B8Q attorney for p.-tl-
tloner, whoae addreaa i MS Alnaley
R'da ii N R it Avenue, Miami,
Florida 1S1S2 ami file the original
with th. clerk "f the above styled
rourl on "i before AuRUal It, l!'7l:
otherwise a defaull v.'.] be entered
" ilnal you fo- the rel I prayed for In
the omnlalnl oi petll n
Tins notice .-' all be puhl hed i
each l. for !: conaecutlvi v>.
in tpe JEW ISH FI 'i:i' w
WITNESS mj hai A inrrthi ..1 of
aaid i "un at Mlam Floi
?th d.iv ..f July, P'7l
RICHARD P RRINKBR,
a- i 'lerk, Ciri uit Court
Dade County, F'orida
By 01 ORIA ELLIS
I Deputy lerk
fdn nil Courl Si .'!>
MARX M RARER
9A5 AI nali \ :ti,ic
Mi.uni. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
7 11-19-H l/I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned ieslrlns to enguge in
buainess al 1492 1494 N E 1 4th Street,
N'orth Miami Florida under the fic-
titious name nf town & Cot'NTRY
FEMININE FASHIONS intends to
retrlstei said nam. with th.' Clerk of
the Circuit t'ourt of i>a.lo Countv
Florida
TOWN ( 'MlNTRY OITTLET
SHAPIRO, FRIED. WEIL A SCHBER
407 Lincoln Road. Suite mR
Miami Beach, Florida MIS*
7 :.-12-19-2(
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 74-Z0774
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE Tha Marriage of
PEDRO DAMIAN BELTRAN,
Husband,
and
PAR.'I. JE.W BELTRAN,
w ife
TO: CAROL JEAN BELTRAN
> Jefferson Park
Cambridge, Maai
VCP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thHt an action foi Dissolution of Mar-
r ii.k' has been filed agalnat you and
you are required lo s-rve a copy ol
your written defenses, ii any, to it on
HAROLD CEASE attorney for Peti-
tion, t. uhos, atldr.ss i- :7:'i' W'.-st
FlnKl.r Street, Miami. FIh and file
the original uh tin clerk of the
idii'Vi' styl.-.l court on or h.'for.- Aus
74 otherwise a defaull will bi
entered against you for *h.- relief da-
di d In thi i :n ila nl or pi tltlon.
This not]., shall b published onoe
each wiek for four conaecutlvi \^..l^^
in Tin-: JEW isii FU iRIDIAN
WITNE88 my hand jnd the seal ol
said court at Miami, Florida, on thla
M)th daj "f July, II 7>
RICHARD P BRINKER
A i 'lerk, Circuit Court
1 lade C. unt\ F'.rida
B) R M Kiss- t:
\v i>,.pui> Clerk
Kir. uit Court Seali
HAROl D CEASE E8Q
.:. West Flagli Si
Miami, Fli I i
Attornej for Pi
: I 2-9-M
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 74-20762
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN UK THE MARR1 M>E OF:
ALAN T McDONALD.
Petitioner
and
BONNIE McDONALD.
Reap, ndenl
To in >NNIE McDONALD
Residence Unknown
YiM' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution "i
Marriagi haa been filed against you
and you are required to aervi .< i "i|V
of youi written flefei -. if any. to It
on DAVID p. STONE, attorney for
Petitioner, whose addresi la ii N.w,
II Avenue, Miami Florida SS128: t305)
.124-4:. ".. and ni. th. original with
the rlt-rk of th. abovi styled courl on
,,r before August M, 1(74; otherwls.
defaull will be entered against you
for the r.li. f demanded In the >om-
plalnt or petition
This ,.ii, hall he puhlish.-.l on. .
.;!, week (or four conaecutlve weeks
in THE JEWISH KI.ORIPIan
WITNESS mj hand and t>
said court ." Miami. Florida on tlua
lath dai of .iu:>. 1(74,
RICHARD P BRINKER
\^ I'l.rl,. P-r lilt Court
Dadi County. Florida
B, a D ADB
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court -
David K Bt< m Esquire
101 N.W 12 Av.-nuo .....
Miami. Florid.-. ?J12!> (S24-4;.....1
Attorney for Petitioner
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-12996
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RB:
The marr'ace of
.H'HN CI-AYTON LEE, hushand,
ind
i.ENDA FAYE HII.I, LEE, wife.
TO: JOHN CLAYTl 'N i.Ki:
2000 HI'NTINGTON AVENUE
ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA
YOr are HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required t<* serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on ARTHPR 11 LIPSON, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is I980 So.
Ocean Drive. Hsllandale Florida 8S009
and file the original with the clerk
ol the alow styled courl on or before
the 9th f August, 1974; otherwise
default will i" entered against you
for th< r. anded m the com-
plaint or petition
\\ ITNEFS my hand and thi seal of
nun .c mlaml Florida, on this
:'i. I da) ol .lu'-. :!'7i
RICHARD P BRINKER
Al i 'l. rk. i 'ircull C ur!
1 lade "ounty Floi Ida
Bj A \\ Al -H
As I ', on". (
(Circuit i "ourt 8i
_________
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCJ'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIl ACTION NO '4-20969
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF M 4RR AGE
iv i:k The Marrina<
GARY ERIII LEV1NE, Husband.
BARR1 I ) N'N I EVINE.
Tl BARRI i N N\ I.EVINE
(Residen.. I'nknow n)
Yep ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage ha* been filed againsl you and
you are 11 quit ed lo si rve .i copj ni
I our written di '. nses if any, l
on G Al EXANDER Nl IBIL E8Q .
ney for Petitli n hose address
is 61: l ej Bulldlna, Miami Flor-
ida, and file the original with the
. rk of th. above styled courl on or
h.fon August SO, 1974: otherwise a
defaull will he entered againsl you for
the rebel demanded In the complaint
oi netltlon
This notice -hall be published onci
each week for tour consecutive weeks
n THE JEWISH FloRIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the leal Ol
said .ourt at Miami. Florida on this
j:'.r.i day ol .!u'\. 1974
RICH VRD P BRINKER
AJ Clark, Circuit Court
I i.ol. C iuntj Florida
By A D WADE
As Deputy '"..rk
(Pin uit Courl Seal)
0 Al EX A N DKR NOBIL, ESQ.
612 Alnaley Building
Miami, F'orida SSI32
Attorn, v for Petitioner
Ph. (79-1417
7 -:i: s _-.,. i.-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the u- Vrsipn.-.l. deslrniK to ,-nraF. i"
l-usin. under the fictitious name of
VERN S TACKLE DISTRIBUTOR at
149(4 N E !! Ave No. Miami Beach.
Ela Intends to rea-isler said name
with the Cl. rk i f the Circuit Court of
D.,de Countv. Florida.
GOl DIE VERNICK
MICHAEL P PHASE
Attorney 'or VERN'S TACKLE
D1STRIBITTOR
7 19-24 I B-(
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
NO. 74-17490
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Th. Mania*:, | <
BERVANDO liOZANO
Hush;' 'I
and
JOSEFINa pacheco de lozano
Ifl
TO: Joseflna Pacheco .le i>r.ano
Carrera -'.".. IO-a-8S,
Ban lo i 'olseguroa. Call,
Colombia
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has bi en filed agalnat you ami
you are required to si rve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on LAWRENCE F KAINE. attorney
for Petitioner whose addreaa is 958
S.W Firal Street, Miami. Florida,
and (ii. ihe original wiiii the clerk
of th.- above sty!. 1 court on oi be-
i", : August 9, 1(74: otherwise a de-
' ii Ii n i.....lered strains! \ "ii for
the relief demanded In th< complaint
. petition
This noii.o shall he published
each tveel for foui ....... utlvi weeka
in THE JEWISH FI ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and ihi s, .-,i
"f said uri at Mai". Florida on
Ih .7"- day nf June, 1(74
RICHARD P BRINKER
Ai pi. rk Circuit Ci urt
I inde out I' Fli
By p P r< IPF.I AND
As i n nnty i Herk
(l' i'...... Seal)
i AWRENCE K KAINE
".- s \v Plrl si"-i
Florida 11130
Attoi ney foi Pi tltloner
12-19-24
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORinA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.2C6P4
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
ROGER N WALLACE, Petitioner,
and
'I I IE JOYCE TERRELL
WAL1 ACE, Respondent
TO: Ollle Joyce Terrell Wallace
1921 N w (2 Street
Fort Worth. T vis
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has heen filed BgalnBI > ou and
you ar. required to sarvi a copy ,,(
your written defenses, if any. to It on
DAVID K STONE, attorney for Pe-
i Hon. r whosi address is Wl N \V
PJ Avenue, Miami. Florida :1112s:
i S24-45."ir., and file the original
with the clerk of th. abovi styled
.urt on or before Aurust 3". It74i
otherwlsi a defaull will he .ntered
agalnat you for the relief demanded
in the complain) nr petition.
This notice sha'l be published once
oach week for (our conset-utl\ weeks
,n THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the s. al of
said courl al Mlam'. Florida on this
19th dav of July. 1!'7I
RICHARD P HR1NKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Courl
I'.ol. Countv Florida
Iv GIORIA ELLIS
\s Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
I-avid E Stone. Ksquire
l'l N W 12 Avenue
Miami. PL ttltl (M4-4ISM)
7 24 f'2-9-16
LEGAL NOTICE
OTICE UNDER
FIC. .TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICL IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
hi undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nam. ol
\ 1 1. BITE R< "I '!' CLEANING p MINTING al 1(3 i N W l(9th S"
No 1-7. i".. I o. .i FI 11' "! mf i d-
,,, ,-,.. name with the Clerk
if th< Circull Court of Dane County,
Ki i ida.
victor A. MEGNA
7 19-26
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
NO. 74-19893
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE THE MARRIAGE i >F:
r-: i IRA MARIA T
SANT1BS '.' EBAN A I.VA1: EZ.
Wlf"
u ILFREDO C< TO ALVAREZ,
Hllsl ______
Vou WI1 FRE1 O COTO ALVAREZ.
;.. Estrada Palma Street, Ouanaba-
fuba, are herehy noti-
fied lo servi ......) >; your Answer
to the Dlasolutloa of Marriage fileii
..i-.in.st you, Upon wife's attorney.
GEORGE NICHOLAS, ESQ., (12 N.W
|2th Avenue, Miami. Florida SS1S4,
and file original nh Clerk ol Court
on or i. for. August R, 1(74: other-
vMsc -he Petition will !< confessed by
Dated this 12th day of July, 1974.
Kli HARP P. BRINKER, CLERK
Bj a l> WADE
Deputy Clerk
7 K-24 2-9
ToTthe circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and for
dade county
probate division
probate no. 70-3198
IN RK Ketate of
ANNIE DEROW Deceased
NOTICE TO BENEFICIARIES
You ar.- herebj notified that thi r.
are no assets |n th. Batata <( ANNIE
DEROW I'.cased and that Petition
,,Md Order For (Toeing Th,- Estate will
bi filed with the Honorable Court
, xpiratlon of duly notli e glvi n,
, accordance with tna required
'"l'.',i, 1 at Miami. Florida, this 10 th
: July, a D 1(74
ZEV w KOOAN
A Exi utor
Firal publli atli n of this notli
the I (til "lay of July, "74.
Caidln, Rothenberg, Koaan
a, Kornblum
bv Zev W KoKan
Attornej foi '/ 7 Kogan Executor
4-.1' Lincoln Rd., Jliami Beach. Fls
7-19-Z6
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DAOE COUHTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-20685
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
JAMES M Harrison. Petitioner
and
BETTY J HARRISON. Respondent
TO: Betty .1. Harrison
I70( i "aniiih.il Streel
Slato.-ville. North P.m.Una '.,.;77
Yop ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed agalnat you and
vou ar.. required to serve a cops ,,f
your written defenses, if any. to it op
DAVID K STONE, attorney for Pe-
titioner whose addreaa is foi N W.
II Avenue Miami. Florida
324-455.'., and file the original
with the i. i k of the abovi l
ourt on or before August 30, 1974.
ntherwlae a default will be entered
againsl ) "i. for thi n lief di m i nded
in the comolalnl or petition.
Thla noli,, shall I" published once
each e.-k for f. tir ronsi eeks
in THE JEWISH FI ORIDI
\\ ITNESS my hand and thi
.imI court al Miami, Florida on this
19th dav of July. l''7l
RICHARD P BRINK B
As Clei uit '"'P
l .' i 'i un s Plor r)a
Bj GLORIA ELI IS
\ i m nul "I. rk
i'i 'curl Si all
I a vld E Sti i nulre
101 N VV 12 Avenue
Miami PL S312f 1324 I5SS1
7 _,; t :-s-I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engaai In
business under the fictitious nami of
rovNTRY i.aki:s at Mlrnmar,
Urov ard I "ountj. Florida Inn nda to
rfjristei said nam. with thi C1rk of
Ihe i "In j" Courl of Dad, Count).
Florida a I fward County, F'orida.
DADE DEVELOPMENT
SERVICE CORPORATION.
,, F'. rids corporation
By: Ronald a Lfpton, President
Harris K- Sirkin P A
Attorneys for Dade Development
S, -v i Corporation.
7/19-26 I -'
NOT ICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME L*W
NOTICa&JS HEREHY GIVEN that
the uiiu. rsTgn'ed, .deinnn i" engaae
in husin. -a uiHier the fictitious name
of ADITA al 545 W 26th Street.
Hlaleah Pli lendi to rep atei said
nam. with Ihe Clerk of ihe Circuit
Court ol Dade County. Florida,
l i. \H FASHIONS OP
.MIAMI. INC
7 S-12-K-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE D VISION
PROBATE NO. 74-3T66
IN RK KSTATK I iF
LOUIS A Bl'NIM.
a k a I i'PIS A BUNIMOWrA
11.ii i t *, d
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO 4. Lb PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE KSTATK OF SAlP DECE-
DENT.
You an hereby notified that a
written instrument purportniK to he
the last Will and testament of said
decedent has been admitted to pro-
batl In said Court You are herehy
commanded within alu calendar
months trom the date of the first
publication of thla notice to appear In
said Courl and show cause, if any
you can. whj the action of said Court
in admitting said will to probate
should no! stand unrevoked.
J( UN I! BLANTON
Circuit Courl Judge
RICHARD P BRINKER. Clerk
By CORNELL ROBINSON
Deputy Clerk
Attorn, I
SPARBEK. ZEMBL, Ri 'SKIN.
HRILBRONN'OR AND KARP P A.
, Blvd
Miami Florida 33132
First publication of this notice on
the 5th day of July. 197*
7/5-12-19-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo : gage in
Duslness under lh fictitious name of
ini-a II al 2122 N B l2Jrd Stn t,
Miami. Flniidi intends to cist, r
said nam with the < "lerk of the i
r-uli Courl of Dade Count) Florida.
CHASQl'l, INC
Kwltney, Kroop 4 Bchelnberg P.A,
I \ Richard Ki oon, Esq
Attorne) foi CHASQ1 I INC.
420 I Incoln Road- Suite SI2
Miami Beai h, Floi Ida S3138
T 2fi : i !6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thru
ih.- und. rslgned, desiring to engage In
business und.i the fictitious nam. of
MBDIE\ Al VVA1 I. DEO 'I! al 7l"2
w.st 17th Ct., Hlaleah, Florida S3014
intend to register said name with the
Pl.-rk of the I ir. uit Pour' of D
County Florida
LAWRENCE D HARK"!'
KOP.ERT OAGUOT1
7 'J.: s --'..-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to i ngaga
in business und. i the flotltloui names
of ENERGY CONSERVATION A IN-
SULATION CENTERS ENERGY
CONSERVATION A INSINUATION
CONSULTANTS: ENERGY a POW-
KK CONSERVATION CONSULT-
ANTS at 12.il N E 175th St., N Miami
Reach SSI42, intends t" register said
names with the Clerk of the Circuit
C. urt of Dol. County, Florida
MARK-STEVEN INTKRNATH NAL
INC a Florida Corp
7/19-24 l/2-(
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-4464
In RE Estate nf
HAPPY PATCHEN.
dcoas. d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona
Havina claims ni Demands Agalnat
Said Estate:
You ai. herebj no1 Ified and requil -
el to present any -laims and demands
which vou may have againsl the es-
tate of HARRY PATCHEN, deceased
lati of Dad. County, Florida, to the
Circuit Judges of Dade County, and
me nil a no In dunlii ate and :- pro-
vided In Section 78J.14 Florida Stat-
ut< ii ihi ii offices In the County
i oust in I >"'. i 'ounty.Florlda,
within four call ndai months from the
Imi "i the firs- publication hereof,
or the sam. will be hatred.
y:\,) .it Miami Florida, 'his 15th
' July, a D 1974
FRIEDA PATCHEN
| necutrli
First publication of thla notlca i
ihi Hh day of July, 1(74
KURT WELLISCH
Attorn.v for Estate of
HARRY PATCHEN Deceased
161 Almerla Avenue. Suit.- 200-E
Coral Gables, Florida S81S4
7-1f'-26
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 74-4347
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
In RE Batata "f
VERON 8ZABO
l... .,.. (I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona
Having Claims or Demands Agalnat
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed lo present any claims and demands
which vou ma) have againsl the es-
tate of VBWDN s/.AIti', deceased
late of Daiie County. Florida, to Ihe
Circuit Judge* ol Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as nro-
vlded In Section 733 14. Florida Stat-
utes In their offices in the Pounty
Courthouse In Dade County.FI rlda,
within 'our calendar months from the
time of th. first publication hereof,
or the sasii will i" barred
Filed at Miami. Florida this 10th
day of Ju.y. A D 1(74
HELEN P.PSAK
512 S W 7th Avenue
Miami. Florida
As Kxecutrix
First publication of this notice on
the 19th dav i f .lu'y. 1974
MALf ". M H FRIEDMAN
Attorney for ESTATE
800 Douglas Road
7-i9-:a


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Sliced Swiss Cheese Jff 79e
16-01
PKGS
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FROZEN
Rich's Coffee Rich
P P BRAND FROZEN r r
Half* Half flR. 39c Whipped Topping................!Sff 58
BORDENS CREAMED ^
Cottage Cheese Sff 99e Setoice Abhdeze* Vm
BORDEN S SLICED AMERICAN
Cheese Food
DAIRY FRESH
AVAILABLE ONLY AT STORES WITH SERVICE COUNTtH
ALL LUNCH MEATS CHIfSE SLICED TO OIOEI
TURKEY ROI
i AVAIL AtLI ONI* AT tTOKl MAViNr. tin.........______ *
> AVAILABLE ONLY AT STORES HAVING
SEAFOOD SERVICE COUNTERS
FLORIDA CAUGHT
MACKEREL
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RICH'S
ALL WHITE
MEAT
RARE OR MEDIUM
98
HALF
LB.
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55
LB.
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Xing Fish Steaks.........................u
WE RESERVE THE RJGHT TO
ALL BAKED GOODS MADE WITH PURE VEGETABLE SHO.TEN.NG RoYsiTeef
P. P. BRAND CRACKED Americankosher..............................
WHEAT BREAD SS-""*' I
M. BRAND
mjK VbV FRESHLY $44)
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Depend on Food Fair EveryDay of the Week
A GREAT VARIETY OF FOODS AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES!
SAVE 3 WAYS I BONUS SPECIALS I HONEST VALUES I PLUS MERCHANTS OWEN STAMPS I
FOOD
FLA. SHIPPED GRADE A' FRESH ICED
FRYER
QTRS.
LEGS
BREASTS
U.S. CHOICE -WESTERN
USDA
U3UM Jfc
TENDER JUICY! (CHOICE) $
RIB STEAK1""
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK
BLADE STEAK...........89c
U. S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK SHOULDER M A
POT ROAST .r:........, $149
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN FRESH a jtJR.
GROUND CHUCK ,$109
SKINNED ft DEVEINED ^^ ^^
SLICED BEEF LIVER B 99e
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUN., JULY 28th
AT ALL FOOD FAIR STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
DISPLAYED IN GREAT VARIETY TO MAKE VOW
CMOICI EASY 1 TO YOUI COMPUTE SATtSFACT KM
JUICY FREESTONE
PEACHES
LB.
39
TROPICAL T1EAT
BONUS SPECIAL SAVE 20
RITTERS
TOMATO JUICE
39e
32-OZ.
BTL.
BONUS SPECIAL SAVE 40
STAR-KIST CHUNK LIGHT
TUNA FISH
Mangoes each4J
29
CRISP
6-OZ
BAGS
LIMIT 2 BOTTLES. PLEASE, WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF
$7 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
t'/t'OZ.
CAN
LIMIT 2 CANS, PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF
$7 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
PILLSBURY FLOUR 1 Fratelli Lambrusco
REGULAR
SELF-
RISING
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not available At rooD Mil swies mii k. it** aVi mialiam ,
Red Radishes...................
HAWAIIAN
Sliced Pineapple 2KZ 89
FIRM RIPE
TOMATOES
6-NA 4AC
pkg. &jy
% 0 MARRIOTT 1000 ISLAND _..
Salad Dressing.....................!.B? 7!
KRAFT ORANGE
Grapefruit Juice..................S3T
If SOL BASIN
RICH AND HEARTY
1 Hunt's Catsup ?.* 33
LOLLI-PUPS
TRAPPEYSMEXI-PEP
Hot Sauce VSJ 21c Dog Snacks .. 35
DELICIOUS Avocado Pea rs............ EACH tltf
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ORANGE Jl IICE
P.P. BRAND 4 FROZEN J00% FIOR1DA 4 2 -$>Z. i CANS 1 W
FRIENDSHIP PINEAPPLE
Creamed Cottage Cheesed 57e
MERICO TEXAS STYLE'
Buttermilk Biscuits 2 '&S 49e
KRAFT AGED _
Sliced Swiss Cheese Sfi 79c
DAIRY FRESH
EROZEN
Rich's Coffee Rich
P P BRAND FROZEN
16-OZ
PKGS
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Half* Half ffl 39e Whipped Topping !Sff 55
BORDENS CREAMED ^ rr _
Cottage Cheese...................SJF 99e S&ioice AfrftdcjVi
BORDEN S SLICED AMERICAN
AVAILABLE ONLY AT STORES WITH SERVICE COUNTIES
i J S459 m"mmmm* ONlr *T STORES WITH SERVICE COU
Uneese rOOd................. J LOAF J *" wncm meats a CHEESE SLICED TO OROEI
TURKEY ROLL
RICH'S
ALL WHITE
MEAT
98
HALF
LB.
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AVAILABLE ONLY AT STORES HAVING ALL RAKID rftrtiw ur ^.t., -. ^---^*"W RARE OR MEDIUM mAt
All BAKED GOODS MADE WITH PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING R()aSt Bfifif '
P. P. BRAND CRACKED Americankosher..............................* $1,)|
Skinless Franks.........................*
DANISH flA|
Baby Swiss Cheese..............T
AVAILABLE ONLY AT STORES HAVING
SEAFOOD SERVICE COUNTERS
FLORIDA CAUGHT
MACKEREL
55
._ PWSHIY SLICED
[TSrJUm Fish Steaks
WHEAT BREAD
39c
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PP. BRANO
FRESHLY
Smoked Carp (Sable)............. '
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