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meeting the middle east crisis head on
We call upon our readers to meet the Middle
East crisis head-on. (See editorial, Page 4-A).
And that is with a check to the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and its Israel Emergency Fund
or to the Israel Bond Organization. Or both.
Don't forget Israel needs cash, and now.
That's what the crisis is all about.
The first week of the brutal Egyptian-Syrian
attack on the Jewish State has already cost $1
billion.
The Israelis are paying more than their share
in lives and funds that Israel, the diadem in the
crown of world Jewry, may survive.
Ii is for us tj beef up their sacrifices, their
contributions with our own in this noble cause
"dl Kiddush Ha'Shem" in the name of the
Almi-
Wc can. we must, do no less.
"dewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 46 Number 41
Miami, Florida Fridav, October 12, 1973
Twc Section:? Pricj 25 rents
Israeli Forces Bomb Cairo, Damascus
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Miami Responds to Emergency With $ Deluge
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Yom Kippur
Attack Made
Big Score
By Special Report
Detenni ed to undercut Israel's
growing wonl-of-mouth assui
that ih" 1970 cease-fire liro
negotiable if the Arabs are ready
for genuine peace tall
and Syria crossed into Israeli
territory Saturday to launch a
FILLING IN
BACKGROUND
war against the Jewish state on
two fronts.
The cross-ovei occurred at 2
pa, during the afternoon of
the Day of Atonement, as Jews
in Israel and throughout the
world were celebrating Yom
Kippur.
THE EGYPTIANS promptly es-
tablished bridges across the Suez
Canal, and the Syrians took up
positions on the Israeli-held Golan
Heights in the north, with early
reports from Damascus declaring
that Mt. Hermon had <"all-n be-
fore the attack of Syrians forces.
Prime Minister Golda Meir
promptlv appeared on national
television and declared that: "We
are fighting for our very survi-
val." Simultaneously, she dis-
missed as nonsense a Cairo com-
munique that Egypt had seized
part of Israeli territory on the
western bank of the canal.
"We are battling and throwing
back the attack," Mrs. Meir said,
adding that "the enemy has been
caused serious losses."
LABELING THE Egyptian-Syr-
ian attack "an act of lunacy," she
assured Israelis that, "We have
no doubt about our victory.
In announcing the attack, even
as most Israelis were still in syn-
agogue. Kol Israel said that Syna
had massed some 2.000 tanks near
the Golan Heights. Egypt had
massed 3,000 tanks. 1,000 artil-
lery pieces and 250.000 troops
along the Suez Canal.
Military analyst Chaim Herzog
. Continued on Page U-A
Made-in-lsrael Gabriel missile that knocked out Arab naval forces Sunday.
ONE OF LARGEST GATHERINGS IN HISTORY
Massive Federation Rally
Seeks 4 Million by Friday
Bonds Maps Intensive Drive Page 3-A
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation mobilized the Jewish community of South Florida for a
massive Solidarity and Support for Israel Rally Tuesday night at the Miami Beach Convention Hall.
The rally, one of the largest in Miami's history, was in response to the cash crisis facing Israel in
the current Day of Atonement War which broke out Saturday, the most sacred day on the Jewish
calendar.
ACCORDING TO Robert Rus-
sell. Federation president. "Our
Jewish community has pledged to
deliver $4 million in cash to Is-
rael bv Friday." Four million dol-
lars is Miami's shire of the S100
million in cash which is needed
from the American Jewish com-
munity by Friday.
From the moment news of the
war interrupted the Jewish com-
munity's observance of Yom Kip-
pur, the Federation Bldg. at 4200
Biscayne B'.vd. has been swamped
with telephone calls and volun-
teers.
More than 250 lay leaders have
interrupted their personal and
Continued on Page 12-A
But Mood
Is Crowing
Grimmer
less Optimistic 6-A
'War of ln-jmy' 8-A
VolnntMrt on Way 9-A
Invaders Smashed 10-A
'Flash Flash' ... 10 A
By Sped*] Report
and
i on) tricts of Cairo late
Tu >sday, but the mood of the
nation was changing Israelis de-
spite being caught off guard by
the Yom Kippur attack by Syria
and Egypt, were confident that
they would stabilize the situation
quickly.
Further, they anticipated that
their counter-attack launched on
Monday, would score heavily from
the start.
BIT EVEN' as news filtered
back of the bombing of Cairo and
Damascus, Maj, Gen. Aharon
Yariv was explaining to his coun-
trymen that "a great disparity in.
numbers" of Egyptian and Syrian
tanks and infantry means there
is "still a way ahead of us, and
we still have a lot of fighting.
"Let us not." he declared,
"think in terms of danger to the
existence of the State of Israel
there is no danger."
But he also warned Israelis
to forget the swift six-day type of
wars of the past that ended in
clear-cut Jewish victories. Those
glamorous" solutions, he said,
are a thing of the past.
"The balanc? is heavily in our
favor, but it is not goinc to be
a short war." Yariv declined to
put into figures what he meant
by "short."
THE BOMBING of Damascus
and Cairo came under fire of its
Continued on Page 6-A
Eban Says U.S. Barred Preemptive Strike
By Special Report
Israel's Foreign Minister
Abba Eban appeared on ABC-
TV's "Issues and Answers" Sun-
day and charged that the Egypt-
Syria attack on Israel on Yom
Kippur was "an act of infamy."
Eban's charge came moments
after Egyptian Foreign Minister
Mohammed el-Zayyat declared
on the same program that the
two Arab nations would not agree
to a cease-fire until they recap-
tured all of the occupied terri-
tories or until they were given
up by Israel.
EBAN SAID that the attack
was designed to catch the Is-
raelis unaware and to obtain a
military advantage that the Arabs
will nevertheless not be able to
maintain.
Promising ultimate victory, al
though at admittedly high Is
rae'.i cost. Eban noted that Israel
would only agree to a cease-fire
when the 1970 cease-fire lines
had been restored, that is, when
Israel had succeeded in repulsing
the Syrian incursion onto the
Golan Heights in the north and
the Egyptian attack across the
Sue7 Canal to the south.
El-Zayyat and Eban appeared
in separate half-hour segments.
Eban labeled as "a lie" el Zay-
yat's charge that the two-pronged
attack was in response to pro-
Continued on Page 10-A


Pace 2 A
-Jenist Hcrkfiar
Friday. October 12. 1973
Silberman General Chairman
Of 1974 CHIEF Campaign
Mortcr.
der.t of the Cre*
Federation
pa r three JtUi a- chairman of
Federations Panning and Bu
Cor. general
cha:rmn of the 1974 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund llinpiijil according to an
announcement made by Federa-
tion president Robert Russell.
Mr. Silberman. an owner of East
Coa-t Supply Corporation,
present!;. :o:m:ng hi- campaign
Steering Committee and seekin-
othe: campaign officers.
My nunber one personal goal
in assuming this position is to
bring a sense of community and
commun.'y pride to our Jewiak
I on Thats what I'm here
lor."- Mr Si.berman said.
'I believe that Federation in
fluences all aapects of Jewish
rt j?iou* and community life and
is the most effective way of de-
livering needed services. Whether.
in Russia or South Beach or Latin
America or Israel, the Federation
Btiucture is the best way of help-
ing people, and that's why I feel
others should join me in making ,
Federation and its goals their pri-
mary area of community involve
Bent," he added.
In 1974 we're going to reach
our campaign goal with a smile."
Silberman predicted. "The cam-
paign goal, which has yet to be set
by the 1974 Campaign Steering
Committee, will have to take into
account the increased immigration
to Israel, the tremendous needs
within our local community, infla-
MORTON SILBERMAN
nonary pressures and the many
new programslike the expansion
nf the South Beach Activities Cen
ter. increased subvention of Jew
ish day schools, new aid for senior
citizens, and expansion of the Uni-
versity of Miami's Hillel Jewish
Student Center into the FIU and
Dade Community College North
campuseswhich we hope to see
begun.
"As it is. just to continue with
(he kind and quality of services
ur local agencies have been pro-
American-Israeli
tj AH Religion Articles tl
Per Syneyefves Stheels Heeaea
1357 WASttmTON AVI.
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New Israel folk dance instruc-
tion will be given every- Thurs-
day at 8 p.m. at the Temple Beth
Sholom Youth Center beginning
this week. For information, con-
tact Yosef Yanich at the American
Jewish Congress office.
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Rhode Islanders Meet
The Rhode Island Club of Great-
er Miami will hold its first meet-
ing of the new fall season on Sun-
day at 7 p.m.. in the Washington
Federal, 1234 Washington Ave.
President Abe Fingerman will
preside. Following the meeting,
there will be a "Fun Nite" and
refreshments.
viding. trill con 40 per cent more
.n the coming \ear.' he pointed
out.
Mr Silbeman i- a founder and
ra-t president of the Jewish Fed-
ration of Palm Beach. For many
years he served as a national
peaker for the I'nited Jewish Ap-
peal He has seived Greater Miami
Federation a- chairman of the
Corrmur.ity R.-lations Committee.
as GMJF treasurer, as a member
jf the Executive Committee and as
a member of the Board of Gover-
nors.
In addition to serving on the
Board of Directors of the YM
YWHA of Greater Miami a mem-
ber of the GMJF family of agen-
cies i. Mr. Silberman is a memoer
of the Board of Directors of tru
American Civil Liberties Union
and serves on the Executive Board
)f the American Jewish Commit-
tee 'another GMJF family mem-
ber).
Federation and CJA-IEF involve-
ment is almost a Silberman fam-
:lv tradition. Mrs. Silberman (Va!)
also served on the 1973 CJA-IEF
Steering Committee. In addition to
being a member of the National
UJA Women's Division Board, she
has for two years spearheaded Mi-
ami's "Operation Israel" Missions,
and Sub-Missions to Vienna and
Rumania.
Mr and Mrs. Silberman are the
parents of two daughters, both of
whom are carrying on the famiiy
tradition of community involve
ment through Federation cam-
paigns. Adria. (Mrs. Robert Ras-
kem is a member of the GMJF
Women's Division Area Board foi
South Dade and a new member of
the GMJF Young Leadership
Cabinet. Margie, currently a stu-
lent, is also active in the annual
campaigns and has participated in
and lectured on Operation Israel
Missions.
L'SHOMA TOVA
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25th anniversary is t* her
economically strong. Bay Israel
Bonds. Givt to the CJA Emergency
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bor Islands. Assisting in registering the new Bay Harbor
Islands Branch Account Number One, is American Sav-
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YESHIYA DAY SCHOOL
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May The Holy One Console Them Among The
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Friday, October 12, 1973
f'Jen-istr fhrkMar
Page 3-A
Israel Bonds Maps Intensive
Drive to Meet War Emergency
aftJJethm0StJnten-iVe campai?n in the historv f the State of Israel Bonds continued this week
?rrL Tnay SUr8e d by Mobilizalion Dav May Produced sales of more than $4 million
in Dade and Broward Counties.
Dr. Leon Kronish, national campaign co-chairman for Israel Bonds, organized a program across
the nation which began on Yom Kippur as the new war in the Middle East began. He said some 50
houth Florida congregations were among the more than 3,000 synagogues and temples in the United
States who participated in M-Day meetings Monday night.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. chairman
of the board of governors of Is-
rael Bonds for Greater Miami,
and Milton M. Parson, executive
director, stressed Tuesday that
"M-Day was only the beginning.
More than 20,000 Jews attended
meetings Monday night, but there
are tens of thousands more who
are waiting to be asked to buy
Israel Bonds."
THE BOND office opened at
dawn Sunday morning, with hun-
dreds of volunteers working to
*et up appeals in congregations
across Dade and Broward.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. chair-
man of special events for Israel
Bonds, raised more than $250,000
in special appeals on Yom Kip-
pur at Temple Menorah.
Rabbis Lehrman and Kronish
spoke before audiences of more
than 1,000 each at Temple Emanu-
El and Temple Beth Sholom Mon-
day night, and Miami Beach's
two largest congregations re-
sponded with purchases of nearly
a million dollars.
Some 800 persons jammed
Temple Beth Am in South Dade
to hear Dr. Herbert Baumgard
ask for participation by every
member of the congregation and
by every Jew in the nation.
Frank J. Magrath, executive di-
rector of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews, joined in
urging an audience which in-
cluded many non-Jews to "sup-
port the humanitarian programs
of Israel at her hour of greatest
need."
PARSON, GUDING a staff aug
mented by dozens of volunteers,
said Israel Bonds headquarters at
420 Lincoln Road "have been
jammed as never before. We are
getting cash payments and new
commitments so fast that it is
difficult to keep track. No mat-
ter what the Jews buy, the cost
to Israel of just the first 72
hours of fighting is already near-
ing the $1 billion mark."
International and national tele-
phone hookups with Israel For-
eign Minister Abba Eban. Fi-
nance Minister Pinchas Sapir and
national Israel Bonds general
chairman Samuel Rothberg were
begun even as the Day of Atone-
ment ended.
More than 50 rabbis from Dade
and Broward attended an emerg-
ency meeting Sunday afternoon
at Israel Bond headquarters as
Rahbi Maxwell Berger, president
of the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, urged "every
rabbi and every congregation to
unite as one in this most monu-
mental task of Jewry since the es-
tablishment of Israel in 1948.
"WE PLEDGE the support of
all of our members and all of
their congregants to this mobili-
zation of investment capital in
the form of Israel Bonds. And I
can assure you Israel will not
stop, even for an instant, admit-
ting thousands more Russian
Jews and other refugees."
Gerald Schwartz, coordinating
public relations for the Mobiliza-
tion Day effort, reported that the
South Florida effort for Israel
Bonds "is setting the pace for
the nation, with Greater Miami
leading bond sales on a per cap-
ita basis. We even led the news
Monday night on radio Amman
with reports of Miami Beach's
purchase of $2 million in Israel
Bonds in the first two days."
Mobilization Day Here
This Sunday has been pro-
claimed as National Mobilization
day for the Israel Bond Organi-
zation in Miami.
Synagogues will open their
doors at II a.m. Bond executives
in Miami said that "Your pres-
ence is mandatory to demon-
strate support for our brethren
in Israel."
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In many cases Preparation H
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to be true in many cases. In
fact, many doctors, them*
selves, use Preparation H9 or
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ilies. Preparation H ointment
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Volume 46
Friday, October 12. 1973
Number 41
16 TISHRI 5734
A Third Pearl Harbor?
Foreign Minister Abba Eban put it succinctly when he
described the coordinated attack of Egypt and Syria on
Yom Kippur as an act of infamy.
Along with Pearl Harbor, the Yom Kippur War, as it
is coming to be called, will live in the infamous pages of
history those pages that record the acts of men who
seek advantage in stealth and deception.
But the issue is not so much Arab treachery, which
we have learned to expect.
The issue is the strictures of friends who imposed up-
on Israel the need to absorb the first punishing Arab
blows before striking back.
To Israel's disadvantage in numbers of men and in
amount of hardware was added the terrible burden of
waiting to strike even as Israel could see the Arab blow
mobilizing to strike her first.
That is a terrible price American diplomacy exacted
from her a price already paid for in agonizingly high
Israeli casualties and loss of materiel.
Now we must be vigilant against a third Pearl Harbor
this time launched from Washington, when the Arabs
once again seek to recoup in the high halls of world gov-
ernments what they repeatedly lose on the battlefield.
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The Meaning of Sukkot
According to tradition, the ethrog represents the
heart of man. The lulav denotes his will.
These in essence are the symbols of the Jewish
festival of Sukkoth, which follows on the heels of
Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur and which Jews
throughout the world are now celebrating.
Sukkoth is both a Festival of Thanksgiving and
a period of historical romance. It commemorates the
wanderings of the ancient Israelis in their journey to
the Promised Land; it also expresses Jewry's gratitude
for deliverance.
Thus, on Sukkoth, it is traditional for Jews to
erect a Sukkah an open booth decorated with
fruits andfob'7ge to mark the temporary dwellings
which they lived during their wanderings in the
wilderness.
But the ethrog and lulav jointly symbolize the
essential substance of Judaism throughout the ages
the Jew's spiritual belief and his indomitable will to
identity with his tradition in the face of constant
threat.
This union of the right to a personal conscience
and self-determination is the basic ingredient of all
free men o union toward which many people in
the world today still aspire, be they our brethren in
the Soviet Union or our neighbors to the south of us
in Latin America.
Sukkoth serves to remind us that the Jews have
therefore been a free people since the dawn of their
history despite the afflictions they have suffered in
the name of Judaism.
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Past Not Easily Forgotten
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The nomination of Andrei D. Sakharov as a candidate
for the Human Rights Prize of the United Nations is. we
think, a bit hasty.
After all, Dr. Sakharov s major contribution to man-
kind's best interests was his theoretical work leading to
the Soviet Union's first hydrogen bomb.
That's not very much to crow about.
On the other hand, Sakharov's open support of Alex-
ander Solzhenrytsin's long-held position that Russia is
brutally oppressive and must give this up if it really wants
to become a member of the family of nations does deserve
praise.
If that Is what those who nominated Sakharov want
to say, then it is a worthy statement. But the Human Rights
Prize mm. the past is not so easily forgotten.
0LVMNIST William R. Frye
** opined in the morning Tage-
blatt the other week that many
Americans had bty worried by
the appointment of Dr. Henry
Kissinger as secretary of state.
"Had been" is the key here,
meaning that as of now they are
worried no longer.
What Fry..' said was that peo-
ple honestly feared that, as a
Jew. Dr. Kissinger would sell
out to Israel our nation's best
interests in the Middle East.
Mindlin
>
But now that Kissinger has had
lunch with the Arabs at the
United Nations and won them
over completely, never mind their
latest war, the nation can rest as-
sured that he has no such inten-
tions in mind.
If anything, Kissinger was be-
ing more amiable and even down-
right conciliatory toward the
Arabs and more threatening to-
ward Israel than the situation
seemed to demand.
AND WERE Frve writing this
same column today, he might
even toss in Kissinger's ugly
words to the Congress after the
House passed the Mills-Vanik bill
as proof that Jew or no Jew, Dr.
Kissinger intends outdoing the
most pasturized Protestant, the
most recalcitrant Catholic in the
matter of keeping the Israelis
particularly, and the Jews gen
orally, in their place.
The trouble with Frye's column
is that he surely wrote it with-
out consulting a Jew about the
accuracy of his opinion.
No one but a Jew with a taste
for WASP ways would have the
emotional need to move against
the Jews in quite the same way
that Dr. Kissinger has done.
This kind of "selbsthass." this
capacity for betrayal of one's
own racial consciousness is the
stuff of which the "Judenrat"
was made that body of Jews
that cooperated with the Nazis in
plotting and executing the extinc-
tion of European Jewry.
ANOTHER CASE in point is
Austria's Chancellor Bruno Krei-
sky. Who else but a Jew would
act with such dispatch to close
the Schoenau transfer camp for
Jews in transit to Israel from the
Continued on Pace 12 A
COMMENT
If the local press had paid
some attention to what I wrote
in 1970, the dirty political tactics
that Donald Segretti employed in
Florida in 1972 might never have
taken place.
I am not naive enough to be-
lieve that it might have stopped
Watergate but what this country
has always needed is some strong
enforcement of the election laws
now on the books. The press plays
a part in this failure either
by omission or commission as
was the case of the two local
railies in 1970.
THIS IS the month, as I have
written before, when newspapers
must file an official statement
of their ownership, circulation,
etc. (last week in both the Her-
ald and the News). Traditionally,
thanks to kits provided by the
American Newspaper Publisher
Association, there is a National
Newspaper Week during which
the press at least in my time
makes a big thing about its
importance to American democ-
racy.
The week ends this Saturday,
but it took a little nudging from
me for the librarian at the Herald
to discover that after being
shunted from editor to editor at
both the News and the Herald,
who confessed to no knowledge
of when such a week was due
on the eve of that week when I
am writing this.
But that's of little account, as
one Congressman pointed out last
week in blocking a resolution
proclaiming another "week." It
hasn't made people or institu-
tions any better probably not
any worse, either and that
goes for the press as well
THE FACT that I have openly
declared myself as a First
Amendment "freak." and look
with concern on the efforts of
Nixon-Agnew and Co., and some
judges, to destroy the meaning
of that great addition to our Con-
stitution, doesn't negate the late
A. J. Liebling's perceptive state-
ment: "Freedom of the press is
guaranteed only to those who
own one."
Thus, when the Florida Su-
preme Court came out with its
astonishing decision upholding a
law that requires the press to
give equal time to an "offended"
politician, I was appalled by this
distortion of the First Amend-
ment. Yet, I cannot help feeling
that the press, itself, must find
a vehicle whereby legitimate crit-
icism and response find a way
into their columns.
Some, like Jerome Barron in
his recent book. "Freedom of the
Press for Whom*," argue that
this right of access should be
applied to the print as well as
the broadcast media as a matter
of law.
FOLLOWING THE 1970 elec-
tion I wrote here that 'the pub-
lication of several large adver-
tisements in the local newspapers
on the eve of the recent elections
particularly disturbed me. .
The editorialists and columnists
of the newspapers, I am pleased
to note, argue that the campaign
brought forth some shabby ma-
terial. But it was their news-
papers which published it, some-
thing they always forget to men-
tion."
I had written that they had
failed to publish letters which I
had sent to them on the subject
of their own violation of the elec-
tion laws in publishing adver-
tisements which were not only
false but failed to identify prop-
erly the person or organization
responsible for them. The Flor-
ida law is clear on that
ONE AD attacking Lawton
Chiles had, as a matter of fact.
&y IBWMDCOHES
been exposed by the New York
Times as a deliberate Republi-
can-concocted fraud a week be-
fore it appeared locally but it
was published anyhow. Another,
identified only in small type, as
a "Paid Political Adv.," purport-
edly showed Chiles' opponent,
then Rep. Bill Cramer, in the
same picture with Golda Heir,
something that involved at least
three serious law violations.
The Herald never ran the let-
ter, which ended with the state-
ment "Newspaper observance of
law and order may cut some
profits, but that seems like a
small price to pay.'-' Sylvan
Meyer, editor of the News, gave
the column a response in his own
well-read space, by giving the
classic answers, notably that he
would be concerned about adver-
tising departments of newspapers
censoring political ads except in
the most extreme; obvious oases
of provocable and deliberate de-
ception. And that; under the free
thought department, people are
smart enough to "to know, and
usually recognise, when dirty
work is afoot."
Which, like the press" oppo-
sition to Child Labor Laws and
unionization of reports decades
ago as attacking their First
Amendment freedoms (to ex-
ploit?.) begs the question.
I DID not suggest censorship
of the ads but that the laws gov-
erning their publication which
require that the 'true name and
address" of those responsible,in
one of the ads .cited, and that
the permission to publish a pho-
tograph o* a imihiment person
(Golds Meirr-m IirnticaKarf*be
granted in writing- be followed
Had. they h*#n arrests and
indictments for ^Deje- v^ahgloriJ
in 1*10, the Sdgrettisa^d''their
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*Jenisti fkridfiam
Page 5-A
Why Not a Columnist Who's Fair to Nixon?
EDITOR, The Jewish Florldian:
I was introduced to The Jewish
Floridian by mv neighbors -the
last few months since coming here.
I was about to set my subscription,
but being subjected to Leo Min-
dlin's and Edward Cohen's vicious
droning ravings against President
Nixon I wonder if 1 should say
"moichel."
These two columnists are so ob-
sessed with their anti-Nixon phobia
that they would not hesitate to
stoop to seize on any insignificant
matter to "prove" that Nixon is
not a friend of the .lews or Israel,
even though the facts are indis-
putably otherwise, as the factual
news items from the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency clearly show, or
the acclaims and praise by the
Israelis for Nixon dera instrate,
especially in these days as Israel
is battling for life and survival
with the weapons and planes sup-
plied bv Nixon.
THESE TWO Nixon hating col-
umnists" are obviously compul-
PROF. IRIAN SILVER
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Norman J. Kasser, president of the
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announced.
Prof. Silver will be feted by the
Miami community at three events.
On Succoth evening, he will be the
guest speaker at Congregation Beth
David. 7500 SW 120th St.
Sunday he will be the guest of
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Sr. and Mrs. Sidney Poland of
Miami Beach, on behalf of the
American Teclmion Society. His
visit Will also include an evening
hosted bv'thc Young Adults Croup
of the Technion at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rosen of
South Miami.
The American Society for Tech-
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work of Technion. marshaling sup-
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Industrialists, scientists and engi-
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sive paranoid anti-Nixonites, and
they are simply incapable of con-
t. oiling their venom. .
I suggest that, not as a balanc-
ing (which would be imposslbl !
of ferocious anti-Nixon outpour-
ing, but merely as a tiny little bit
of fairness. The Jewish Floridian
add another columnist, a pro-Nixon
writer, even to the displeasure of
many readers who are already in-
curably addicted to the vicious
ravings against Nixon.
ROBERT RAFT
Miami Beach
EDITOR'S NOTE: Mr. Raft appar-
ently read only the "vicious
droning ravings" and for some
reason missed precisely the
*
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'1 T: V. Is Be Brief"
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Criticize Nixon." in which Mind-
, lin CQUldn'l agree more with Mr.
Raft on the issue of the Presi-
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survival of U.S. Jewry is a
potential disaster in the sense that
sufficient doubt exists whether
survival is a sine thing.
The reason, of course, is the
alarming number of Intermarria
and non-valid conversions, as well
as the great number of Jewish
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as a problem must take priority
over the problems relating to our
brethren in Israel and in Soviet
Russia. Soviet Jews, for example,
i Pie experiencing resurrection,
while we are laced with extinc-
tion.
Israel is facing murderous
enemies, and we arc faced with
national suicide.
When we speak of a 40 percent
Intermarriage level, we are in-
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of other Orthodox Jews who do
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Mood Changes Despite Air Victories
Continued From Page 1A
own at the United Nations. wher
Soviet Ambassador Yakob Malik
called the attacks "barbarous"
and the work of gangsters.''
IX DAMASCUS, the bombing
hit diplomatic and residential
areas, including the Sovet Cultur-
al Center, where more than 30
persons were killed and wound-
ed. Malik charged that the Is-
raelis knew they were bombing
civilian targets, although Israel
declared that the bombing was
intended for Syrian radio and
television, as well as Syria's De-
fense Ministry.
Our aim. "said Gen. Yariv. is
for the enemy to know 'that
this game is two-sided."
Early Reports Seemed
Higlily Optimistic-
But Picture Changing |
American Jewish Press Association Correspondent In Israel Greer Cashman
filed this report fr. m Jerusalem at 5:15 p.m.. Jerusalem time on Monrtay.
When Israel Ambassador Yosef
Tekoah rose to offer his condo-
lences and to declare that all
deaths in war are tragic, Malik
and the Soviet delegation walked
out.
Phantoms and Skyhawks were
involved in the attack shortly
after noon on Tuesday. Within
seconds, the city was pitted with
bomb craters. In Jerusalem,
headquarters of the United Na-
tions truce supervision body
said that a Norwegian officer,
Capt. Didrick B. Tjorswag. a
member of the UN truce team in
Damascus, his wife and daugh-
ter were also killed in the raid.
DESPITE NEW Arab claims of
kills against Israeli jets Da-
JERUSALEM (AJPA) Oct 8 More bombs were dropped
by the Israeli Air Force in one hour this morning than were dropped
by the Israeli Air Force throughout the whole of the Six-Day War.
At 8:10 this morning, Israeli planes raided five major Syrian airfields
inflicting heavy losses and damage on the enemy. The Egyptian Air
Force activated this morning large numbers of aircraft to bomb Is-
raeli targets throughout Sinai. A military spokesman announced that
approximately 16 planes were downed by Israeli aircraft and anti-
aircraft fire from Israeli forces. The Israelis also *iped out the 50-
man Egyptian commando unit.
The largest massive defense battle ever fought by the Israel de-
fense forces took place all day yesterday along the Suez Canal and on
the southern front. Bands of Egyptians torn away from their units are
now astray in Sinai. Four-hundred Egyptian tanks which had crossed
the Suez have been trapped in the Egyptian bridgehead across the
canal. The Israelis have also wiped out 400 Syrian tanks.
At the outbreak of the war Saturday afternoon, the total of Egyp-
tian and Syrian forces was believed to exceed the combined might ol
the Arab armies during the Six-Day War by approximately 30 per cent.
Israeli forces expect to be outnumbered by six-to-one. The dispro-
portionate ratio in numbers has not had any deterrent effect on
Israeli fighting supremeey in the air, on the land an on the sea, how-
ever. '
The proof of this is that Israel has not yet mobilized all her
This is borne out by the fact that Israel has not yet mobilized all her
troops. The fir=t reservists were called out Saturday afternoon; many-
were in synagogues and received special dispensation from rabbis.
Israelis abroad began to flock back home as news of the war was
transmitted across international airways. Many of them were handed
call-up papers as they landed hi I.od. The airport was closed to traff'e
during the first two days of the war. But special flights were allowed
to operate.
A large airlift of several hundred Rnosian Jewish immigrants came
from \h<- transit point in Vienna to Israel. The Jewish Agency receiv-
ing staff was depleted due to moMlisatton and the new immigrants
were greeted by mar'- of their former eeantrytnen who decided to
t o\er the jab of the Jewish Agency representation who had been
called to lb front. Hospital* throughout the country were besieged by
volunteers. Many of them gave blood. Some were politely sent away
but others have bean absorbed into the emergency system.
There was a little anxiety on the Hebrew University campus on
Mt. Scopus were 1,000 overseas students were rea administrators and given facilities to telephone their families. Manv
of them volunteered for emergency services, and were accepted.
Civilians who were evacuated from settlements in the Golan Heights
were this afternoon given permission by the Emergency Northern
Command to return to their homes. There has been no panic on the
part of the Israel population. Blackout orders have been scrupulously
observed throushout the country, and headlights of cars have been
painted black. Windows have been taped against shattering in the un-
likely event that the enemy will be dropping bombs in urban areas.
Streets are almost deserted even in the evening with Israelis
staying close to radio and television.
Reports from army sources have been optimistic despite conflict-
ing reports from Arab news broadcasts. The first Israeli casualties
have been brought back from the front. The number was not very
high. Israeli commentators broadcasting from the front lines over a
hail of gunfire, have reported heavy Egyptian and Syrian casualties.
At four Monday afternoon, it was announced that the back of the
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Friday, October 12, 1973
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Meanwhile, on the Golan
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*Jenisi trorUiar
Friday, October. 12, 1973
'BLASPHEMOUS AND SACRILEGIOUS TO CHOOSE THIS DAY .'
World Reacts Angrily to Arab 'War of Infamy9
NEW YORK (JTA) "This
attack was one of infamy and it
is no accident that I use the term
that was used during Pearl Har-
bor." Those words by Israel's
Foreign Minister Abba Eban,
spoken at the Israeli UN Mission
Saturday, characterized the un
provoked attack by the combined
forces of Egypt and Syria on Is-
rael on Yom Kippur.
''It is blasphemous and sacri-
legious to choose this Day of
Atonement, to launch a war,"
Eban said. To say, as the Egyptian
Foreign Minister Mohammed el-
Zayyat claimed, that Israel open-
ed fire on Yom Kippur was to
heap lies on calumny, Eban de-
clared.
THE WORLD appeared shock-
ed and aghast as war engulfed
the Middle East at a time when
it was least expectedas Israelis
marked the holiest day of the
Jewish calendar and the diplo-
mats of more than 120 nations
were gathered at the UN where
efforts to end the 25-year-old
Middle East conflict topped the
agenda.
American Jewish leaders mo-
bilized in support of Israel. A
series of emergency meetings
were held in New York Monday
morning, their time and place
unannounced for security rea-
sons. The Conference of Presi-
dents of Major American Jewish
Organizations convened in New
York Monday afternoon for a
briefing on latest developments
by Foreign Minister Abba Eban.
In Washington, Secretary of
State Henry A. Kissinger con-
tinued his contacts with world
diplomats which began early
Saturday morning when he was
first informed by aides of the
new warfare in the Mideast.
The Pentagon announced that
the 45,000 ton aircraft carrier
Independence with 80 aircraft
and some 4,000-4,500 military per-
sonnel aboaid left Athens for an
"undisclosed destination" and
that other units of the U.S. Sixth
Fleet headed by Vice Admiral
Daniel Murphy have "put to sea."
No other information was imme-
diately available from the Penta-
gon.
FROM VIENNA it was reported
that Soviet Jewish immigrants
who were to have been flown to
Israel Sunday are being detained
at the Schoenau transit center
because of the war.
The Dutch government said
Saturday night that it had
"learned with dismay" of the
resumed fighting in the Middle
East and called for ari*>efl|d ta the
warfare "through international
consultations." KLM, the Dutch
airline, announced the suspen-
sion of all flights to Israel, Egypt
and Syria.
In Paris, the Israeli Airline.
El Al, said it was maintaining
its normal schedule of flights to
Tel Aviv.
, Great Britain and West Ger-
many railed urgently Sunday for
a meeting of the UN Security
Council to discuss the new Mid-
dle East explosion. Prime Minis-
ter Edward Heath announced the
joint move after a weekend of
talks in London with West Ger-
man Chancellor Willy Brandt.
JTA REPORTS from Paris
that strong French police con-
centrations have been massed in
the Belleville area of the city to
prevent possible Arab Jewish
fighting. Police have also in-
creased their guards at Jewish
and Israeli installations in the
French capital. The Israeli Con-1
sulate in Paris reported that hun-1
dreds of volunteers have been'
streaming in all day asking to en-
list in the Israeli Army and hun-
dreds of others have phoned of-
fering financial contributions to
Israel's armed forces.
In London, JTA learned from
Jewish sources in the Soviet
Union that groups of Jewish ac-
tivists all over the USSR have
sent messages of sympathy and
encouragement for Israel. Some
have directed their messages
through the usual postal chan-
nels; other have used telephone
conversations to ask friends
abroad to convey their anxiety
about the new war in the Middle
East.
President Habib Bourguiba of
Tunisia, which has declared that
it was joining the war against
Israel, called on the Tunisian
Army and police tc prevent "anti-
Semitic or racial demonstra-
tions." Radio Tunis said the Presi-
dent took these precautions to
prevent possible demonstrations,
though none had been reported.
RADIO ALGIERS announced
Sunday that the first Moroccan
medical teams arrived in Syria
and Egypt Sunday morning and
have already reached both fronts.
The Leadership Conference of
"Women Religious," represent-
ing 180.000 Catholic Nuns in the
U.S. cabled Pope Paul VI stat-
ing that they are "shocked and
saddened by the carefully plan-
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the Arabs of Egypt and Syria
upon the Jews of Israel in viola-
tion of their most holy day, Yom
Kippur."
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our spiritual leader and teacher
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that you speak to the peoples of
the world to condemn this sacri-
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ble defamation of a religious
group. This infamous act is not
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Arab 'War of Infamy'
Continued from Preceding Page
leasrted their savage wrath and
killings against Jews before a
shockingly callowed world. The
date now chosen by the Arabs
is a reminder to the woild that
it not be guilty of the same moral
callousness lest it suffer that
consequence that flows from
such immoral neutrality."
Demomstrations in American
and European cities that had
been originally intended to pro-
test the Austrian government's
decision to close down the emi-
grant transit camp at Schoenau
changed spontaneously into out-
pourings of support for Israel.
Such was the case in London
where an interdenominational
rally sponsored by the Al.-Party
parliamentary Committee for th
Release of Soviet Jewry marched
from the Austrian Embassy to
the Israeli Embassy to express
solidarity with Israel.
Small group of pro-Arab and
pro-Israel demonstrators hurled
epithets at each other in front of
the Israeli UN Mission in New
York Sunday morning. Police
kept the two groups apart.
Reaction to the new Middle
East war continued to pour in l
from world capitals. In Oslo,
Norwegian Foreign Minister Dag-
finn Vaarik called on the U.S.
and Soviet governments to exert
pressure on the parties involved
to end the hostilities. Comment
ing on reports of heavy fighting
in the Sinai desert and Golan
Heights, Vaarik said the major
powers in their capacity as mem-
bers of the UN Security Council
have a special responsibility for ,
peace with security in the Middle !'
East.
LT. COL. Erling Lund of the1:
Norwegian Supreme Command |
said that none of the ll Norwe-
gian officers participating as UN
observers in the Mideast are in ||
immediate danger.
At the United Nations, a UN ,
spokesman said Sunday afternoon I
that no official request has ar-
med from any nation calling for
a special Security Council meet-
ing. The spokesman saiu there ]
had been press dispatches stat-
ing Britain and West Germany
jointly moved to have the Coun-
cil convene for action to halt the |
Middle East war.
UN
forts
sources explained that ef-
to obtain Council action
was not the same as a formal re-
quest for a Council meeting
which would have to be accepted.
The British position, it was ex-
plained nere, is that there would
be no purpose in calling the
Council into action unless some
meaningful action could be ex-
pected to come out of the 15-
member body.
Israeli delegation members re-
affirmed that Egypt and Syria
had launched an unprovoked at-
tack across the ceasefire lines to
secure an advantage during Is-
rael's celebration of Yom Kippur.
Israeli Foreign Minister Abba
Eban was conferring with United
States officials and several Se-
curity Council members.
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Tile young Americans would
be used as non-combat workers
on kibbutzim and in other civilian
jobs left vacant by reservists now
fighting on the-{rant to the north
in Syria and south in Sinai.
HAN AN SHER, an Israeli work-
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ordination with the Greater Mi-
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that volunteers are needed "to
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He said that there is "a great
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*Jenisfi Flericfi&r
Friday, October 12, 1979
Eban Says U.S. Barred Preemptive Strike
Continued From Page 1-A
vocative Israeli attacks the day
before, although el-Zayyat's main
reference was to the mid-Septem-
ber battle between Syrian and Is-
raeli planes, when Israel knocked
11 Syrian MIG's out of the sky.
EBAN SAID that despite the
Yom Kippur holiday observance,
Israelis had not been caught flat-
footed. On the contrary, he said
Israel had bien warning "our
friends" for sometime that an
attack was imminent.
In response to questions about
U.S. Secretary of State Henry
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BACKGROUND


Kissinger's meetings with Eban
at the United Nations, Eban said
that '"our friends" had in effect
warned that preemptive strikes'
BUT PRKt IS 8100DY
Israel on Attack
In Mideast War;
Smashes Invaders
By Special Report
By Tuesday, the third day into the war, Israel launched its counter-
offensive against Syrian and Egyptian forces by sending armor and
warplanes into action on two fronts.
Late Mondav night it was al-
ready acparent that Israel had es-
tablished air supremacy over the
skies of the .Middle East although
Cairo. Damascus and Beirut radios
claimed tiiat the Arabs had shot
down 103 Israeli aircraft.
The Israeli counter-offensive
w?o in response to the Egyptian
crossing of the Su Kippur and Syria's attack against
the Israel-occup'od Golan Heights.
U.S. REP. William B. Lehman
to The Jewish Floridian late
Wednesday. "In the face of the
current outbreak of war in the
Middle East. I will urge my fellow
congressmen to join me in insist-
ing that the U.S. government im-
mediately release to Israel all air-
have been contracted for but not
yet delivered "
Lehman, who represents the 13th
Congressional District in Dade and
Broward Counties, said that "I
want to express my outrage over
this unprovoked attack by Egypt
and Syria compounded by the
launching of their aggression on
Yom KioDur.
"The U.S. government must act
to release the weapons the State
of Israel has contracted for to
balance off the enormous quanti-
ties of MIG fishters and Soviet
tanks which have been supplied by
Russia to its allies, Egypt and
Syria "
THE ISRAELI counter-offensive,
came as the United States wasj
seeking to bring the new Middle j
craft and other weapons which
Eaat war before the United Na-
tions.
Nixon Mum
On Planes
By Special Report
WASHINGTON' Presi-
dent Nixon emerged from a
conference with Secretary of
State Hi! Henry Kissinger
Wednesday and made no an-
nouncement in response to
questions from newsmen as
to whether the U.S. will be-
gin supplying Israel with
weapons, particularly jet
fighters to make up for those
shot down by Egypt and
Syria since the war began
Saturday.
The mood between the two
men seemed to indicate that
much thought had been given
to this question during their
meeting in the morning.
Supplying Israel was sharp-
ened as an issue as word
came from Damascus and
Cairo that the Soviet Union
has already begun sending
replacements to Syria and
Egypt for their downed
MIG's.
were out." meaning that although
Israel expected the Arab attack,
she would have to sustain the
first blow as the price for con-
tinued support of her position.
Eban said that Israel agreed,
although it was proving to be a
high price in Israeli lives to pay
In Eban's view, discussion
either before the Security Coun-
cil or the General Assembly
seemed futile because of the pre-
ponderence of Arab representa-
tives or Arab friends in both
bodies, including the Soviet
Union.
EARLIER, el-Zayyat had said
that Egypt would welcome action
from the United Nations, but
that the UN had done nothing
since the August. 1970 cease-fire
to force Israel to acquiesce to the
November, 1970 resolution de
manding Israel's withdrawal of
its forces from the occupied ter-
ritories as a starting point for ne-
gotiation of a permanent peace.
As the two diplomats were
speaking, neither nation had yet
requested a Security Council
meeting, and news was pouring
in reporting the successful use of
the Israeli produced Gabriel sea-
to-sea missiles for the first time
in combat, which sank five Syrian
naval craft.
Israel was also claiming the
shooting down of 10 Egyptian hel-
icopters ferrying troops across
the canal together with 30 troops
in each of the helicopters.
ALONG THE Suez Canal. Is-
raeli officers admitted that Egypt
had built many bridges across
the 200-foot-wide canal and
poured tanks into the Sinai.
But by mid day Sunday after-
noon, they were also claiming
many planes and tanks in addi-
tion to the helicopters.
While Arab sources in Beirut.
Damascus and Cairo continued to
make unprecedented claims of
great destruction against Israeli
planes, weapons and men. United
Nations truce observers announc-
ed that it was Egypt and Syria
that had started the war.
El-Zayyat, confronted by news
men on "Issues and Answers."
insisted that it was Israel that
provoked the war. although he
confessed that Egypt and Syria
made the first moves as a counter-
offensive against the alleged Is-
raeli provocations.
EBAN PARAPHRASED Prime
Minister Golda Meir, who hours
after the attack said on television
that "The rulers of Syria and
Egypt have planned this breach
of the cease-fire for some time
now.
"They chose the Day of Atone-
ment Yom Kippur for their
premeditated attack when many
of our people are praying or fast-
ing, and may not be capable of
defending themselves."
Israel denied Egyptian claims,
reporting the 109 Israeli planes
shot down, as well as deeper in-
Scursions into the Sinai Desert.
But Egypt claimed deep incur-
sions into the Sinai, while Israel
declared that Israeli troops were
holding a line three miles from
the Suez Canal, while making no
reference to the Egyptian claim
of occupation of El Qantara, cap-
ital ot the Sinsi desert province.
ABBA tBAH
Pre-ident Nixon, who spent the
weekend at Key Biscayne. put off
a prmosed trip to Grand Cay in
the Bahamas in order to be on top
of the latest war reports. The Pres-
ident had been alerted about the
war at 6:30 a.m.. Saturday, by a
phone call from his new secretary
of state, Dr. Henry Kissinger.
Gerald L. Warren, reputy White
House press secretary, said Nixon
was 'deeply concerned" about the
sudden outbreak.
At the same time, Dr. Kissinger
called for emergency meetings of
U.S. militarv, diplomatic and intel-
ligence advisors in Washington.
where he issued an appeal to Israel
and the Arabs to "make every ef-
fort'' to end the war.
BIT ISRAEL'S response was be-
ing mapped out in its counter-of-
fei.siveg Israeli planes hit five Syr-
ian air bases and Egyptian targets,
aKo reporting 'heavy losses" in-
flicted on Syria.
By Tuesday. Israel *aid It had
knocked out all of the 11 bridge-
heads Egypt threw across the Su?z
Canal, as well as most of Syria's
Soviet SAM 3 missile launchers on
the Golan Heights.
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At about 2 p.m. air raid sirens sounded in the Tel Aviv area,
sending thousands of persons from their homes or synagogues
into air raid shelters.
WAR CAME to Israel for the second time in six years as
Egyptian infantry and armor crossed the Suez Canal en masse on
pontoon bridges. The crossings began Saturday and continued
through the night and Sunday. But by Sunday evening, while
fierce fighting still raged in the Sinai desert, it appeared that the
Egyptians had been trapped.
An Army communique reported that all of the bridges across
the waterway had been destroyed and that an Egyptian force,
including at least 400 tanks, was cut off from its main base on
the west bank of the canal. One Israeli tank crew reportedly de-
stroyed 17 enemy tanks with direct hits.
Gen. (Res.) Chaim V. Herzog. one of Israel's leading military
commentators, sounded optimistic when he spoke to reporters
Sunday evening. Details of the battles were withheld by military
censorship. "I leave it to you to guess what will happen to the
Egyptian forces in Sinai," Gen. Herzog said.
HE SAID that 800 Syrian tanks were involved in the Yom
Kippur attack on the Golan Heights. Gen Herzog said he could
not report that the Syrian force was destroyed but said the
stage had been reached in the battle where Israel is assured of
regaining all of the territory it lost to the initial Syrian onslaught.
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ON DAY OF YOM KIPPUR
Egypt? Syria War Against Israel
" "'CWMIiium!' from Page 1*1%
said the attack seemed designed
to seize Israeli-occupied territory
and to hold it until a Security
^Council move would call for a
cease-fire. In effect, this would
cancel out the bargaining posi-
tion Israelis were latting it known
they have been willing to adopt
in a permanent peace arrange-
ment.
With little or nothing left to
trade, Egypt and Syria hoped that
a strike on Yom Kippur that
caught the Israelis "unaware"
could effectively force Israel back
to her pre-1967 borders.
In another broadcast hours
after the war began, Israel De-
fense Minister Moshe Dayan de-
clared that "Syria and Egypt
started the war again and it
is an all-out war."
PREDICTING VICTORY with
in a matter of days, Dayan never-
theless said that the first 48
hours were critical.
By late this week, Israeli au-
thorities were contradicting the
Dayan prediction with warnings
.
i
FILLING IN
that the war would not be over
quickly or won easily.
The bunkers along the Suez
Canal and the defense outpost;
on th? Golan Heights had to hold
while Israel mobilized her re-
serve army units.
Frankly admitting that Egypt
had put up a number of bridges
across the Suez and that Syria
had captured several forward po-
sitions on Golan. Dayan never-
theless told a televised press con-
ference that "when the war is
over, they (the Arabs) will be
on our side of the lines" mean
ing that they wiil be destroyed.
Since the Yom Kippur attack,
Cairo radio has claimed all sorts
of victories and destruction of
Israeli planes, tanks and other
equipment.
Dayan would only admit that
"we lost a few positions and had
a frw casualties. When our armor
and forces are mobilized, then we
can start the real war."
WITH RSPECT to casualties,
Dayan as of Monday, when Israel
launched it* counter-ofensive,
merely admitted that they were
"reasonable." adding that "Arab
claims of our losses are exagge-
rated. Our losses can be counted
in the dozens, not the hundreds."
The Air Force, which quickly
established supremacy of the Mid
die Eastern skies. Dayan noted,
"has suffered very little. Our
armor has not lost any signifi
cant power.
"The enemy lost much more
in every respect on both the Syr-
ian and the Egyptian fronts."
But as of late this week, this
Dayan assessment was also obvi-
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tic, with Israeli losses in men
and equipment rated as the
heavitst since the 1948 War of
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LEO M1NMJN
Dr. Kissinger-And
Chancellor Kreisky
Continued from rage .
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UN' in its usually ineffective
way deelined to accept an end
to his shoddy little play Kreisky
could, and did, easily predict.
Xot even the Austrians, who
as a people are more barbarously
anti-Semitic than the Russians
and. if possible, the Germans
themselves, could contemplate
Kreisky's decision without flinch-
ing.
Kreisky should know better.
As late as last summer. Liberal
Party member Hans Klement,
who is vice chairman of the par-
ty's Vienna section, said thai he
would never cooperate with Krei-
sky or any other "Jewish poli-
tician."
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TASSILO BHOESIGKE, chair-
man of the section, promptly crit-
icized Klemeni for what he called
K lament's "anti-Semitic state-
ment."
But Broesigke said that the
Viennese section hud no inten-
tion of reading Klement out of
the party because after all "other
politicians of other parties have
mad similar statements in the
past without being expelled."
In effect, Broesigke was saying
that anti-Semitism is character-
istic of Austrian life. Read any
politico out of any party for anti-
Semitic statements, and there'd
be no one left to govern the COUn
try.
He's nr^hnhlv right, but if
Klement or Broeisgke needed sir)
port for their seemingly at-odds
attitudes. ;t came from no less an
authority than Friedrich Peter,
who was determined to clarify
what had become a very muddy
situation.
PETER IS chairman of Aus-
tria's n:i'i mal Liberal Party, and'
'. hile ne agreed with the Vienna
section (,h''*man'* ''eisio" nit
to punish Vice Chairman Klem-
ent. he disagreed with the chair-
man's reason.
Thre are no racial, religious
o>- ethnic prejudices in the ranks
of the Liberal Party, declared
Petr this in the face of the
fact that:
(1) Kbment's original remark
was part of an interview pub- j
lished in the Austrian magazine.
"Profil." in which Klement frank-
Jv confessed that his "uncon-
scious anti-Semitism" along with
a "broad ideological gap" between
himself and Kreisky would pre-
vent him from cooperating with
Kreisky were it nrcessary to or-
ganize a Socialist-Liberal coalition
after the next general elections.
(Chancellor Kreisky is a Social
1st);
(2) Peter, the self-styled ex-
pert in what does and what does
not constitute anti-Semitism, is a
former Nazi SS officer.
KLEMENT, WHO obviously was
offended by the suggestion that
he is not really an anti-Semite,
fearing I suppose for his reputa-
tion as a worthv Austrian,
promptly attacked Peter for Pe-
ter's defense of him.
"I can't imagine," he declared
with a profound sense of disap-
pointment, 'that a man like Peter,
with the former position of SS-
Obersturmbannfuelircr. could
change his political opinions this
way."
Surely, none of mis could have
escaped the Jew Kreisky, who
was thrown into prison when the
German hordes took over Aus-
tria in the Hitler em.
None or this could have es-
caped the Jew Kreisky who rode
out the bitter fruits of Anschluss
in Swedish exile.
STJLLJTHE Jew. Kreisky acted
more imperiously and more bru-
tally in closing Schoenau than
Peter or Klement or Broesigke
might have done.
That is what Frye failed to un-
derstand in his column on Dr.
Kissinger. That is what Dr. Kis-
singer himself fails to understand
as he moves inexorably to^place
the noose around Israel's neck.
When Dr. Kissinger was first
nominated as secretary of state,
Meeting the press Monday are (left to right)
Federation president, Robert Russell; 1974
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign chahman, Morton Si'.ber-
man; executive vice president, Myron J.
Erode and 1973 campaign chairman Harry
A. Levy. The leaders joined in their plea
to the community for S4 million in cash by
Fiiday. The major announcement was a
fund-raisinq rally at Miami Beach Conven-
tion Kail Tuesday night. The Jewish commu-
nity of Greater Miami has pledged :o raise
its fail share of the S100 million needed by
the Israel Emergency Fund.
Federation Eyes $4 Millie n by Fri.
Continued From Page 1-A
professional lives and have been
on the phones each day to collect
t ie more than S3 million which
have been pledged but not yet
paid to the 1973 CJA-IEF cam-
paign.
Those members of Miami's Jew-
ish community who have pai i
their 1973 pledges were also be-
ing contacted for additional 1973
pledges and for cash advances
on their 1974 CJA-IEF pledges.
The tabulation from Federation
early Monday evening indicated
=250.000 in cash and $750,000 In
pledges had been received i:i re
spouse to the crisis.
"Every dollar. 100 cents on the
dollar," Russell continued, "wh h
has been raised at this crisis rally
will go directly to Israel."
THE WAR is expected to cost
Israel SI billion this week, and
the countiy is facing the most
citical cash crisis in its 25 year
history.
"We need cash, and more cash "
Century Club Will Honor Spitzer
B'nai B'rith Century Club of
South Florida will hold its annual
brunch Sunday, Nov. 4 at 10 a.m.
in the Eden Roc Hotel. Miami
Beach. Edward Tumaroff. Region-
al Director of the B'nai B'rith
Foundation, has announced.
Jack J. Spitzer. a banker in the
savings and loan field, from Seat-
tle, Washington, will be honored
by the group. Spitzer, a former
national president of AZA, the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization.
is the national chairman of the
B'nai B'lith Foundation and the
B'nai B'rith Fund Cabinet.
In this post he heads that group
of dedicated men charged with
the responsibility of maintaining
ihe vast network of B'nai B'rith
youth activities, including the
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations, in
hundreds of campuses across the
nation, the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization, serving tens of thou-
;ands of Jewish youngsters, and
the Career and Counselling Serv-
ice, which provides expertise and
guidance for young people.
Spitzer will be arriving in Mi ,
ami directly from a special mis- j
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Charles Bray III, a long time
State Department official, and
special assistant to then Secretary
of State William P. Rogers,
promptly quit his post.
His reason? He dlsiiked Dr.
Kissinger's "style."
Isn't that precisely what Klem-
ent said of Kreisky?
Still, in the days ahead, with
the war making the result even
more horrifying, we can count on
Dr. Kissinger to do his dirty work
in the Middle East better than
Bray or Rogers ever did it
and as surely as we could count
on Kreiskv at Schoenau.
-ion to Israel and will give the
members of the Century Club a
special report on Jewish problems
uound the world.
The B'nai B'rith Century Club
is composed of members of B'nai
B'rith who have made continuing
commitments for annual support
of B'nai B'rith Youth Services.
Russell added. "If not now,
when?"
Earlier, at the height of the
htii an El Al jumbo jet
landed at Lod Airport with 520
Soviet Jews. An additional 150
Soviet Jews are expected to land '
in Israel at any moment.
"Israel is in need of immediate
cash," Russell continued, "to
make sure immigration, absorp-
tion and other social services to
the people of Israel can continue
uninterrupted.''
On a related front, the Jewish
Agency for Israel has issued a
call to the world Jewish commu-
nity for student volunteers who
are needed in Israel at this mo-
ment.
According to Hanor. Sher. who
is accepting volunteer applica-
tions at the Greater Miami Jew-
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needed to mind the store."
A call has gone out. he added,
"for people to help replace those
Israelis killed or wounded in the
current fighting "
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Friday. October 12, 1973'" *
Festival Of Sukkoth To Be
Celebrated for Eight Days
The Festival of Sukkoth which will be celebrated by Jews for
eight days began Wednesday evening. This festival, known also as
the Feast of Booths, commemorates the wanderings of the ancient
Israelites on the way to the promised land and their dwelling in booths.
Sukkahs will be erected at temples and decorated with fruits and
vegetables.
MM
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
American Traditional Judaism. Rab-
bi J. Marshall Taxay. Cantor Sol
Pakowitz. 2
BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. C. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert M. Baumqard. Associate Rabb'
Barry Altman. 3
BETH DAVID. 2825 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Linson.
Kmlav 8:16 p.m. Services al Bath
David South, Quasi speaker: Prof
Brian Silver dean o( students at the
Technlon In Israel, will talk en "Hiirh-
. er Education In laraal." following
services a New fear Sukkoth receo-
tlon will be held in honor of Rabbi
and Mrs. Sol 1-andau. Itahbi and Mrs
Solomon Waldenberg, Cantor and Mrs
William Upaon, Mr. and Mrs Shel-
don -Mills, in the auditorium Satur-
il.i> 9 a.m. in the main sanctuarj
Itar .Mitzvah: Jeffrey Scott, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Pavid Honner. Wednes-
day : p.m. Shemini Atzeret. in the
chapel. Thursday. Oct. Is. at I a.m..
In the main sanctuary. Yizkor mem-
orial service. 7:80 p.SB. Sim.hat Torah
In the main sanctuary, children's j
Torah processional. Friday. Oct. 19. 9
a.m. In the main sanctuary Slater-
hood will play host to children at-
tending the Blmchat Torah service.
koih. Children's service, Saturday 9
i m. Wednesday 7 p.m Thursday,
Oct. IS, 9 30 a.m. Sermon: "The
""hree fold Blessing" 11 am Yizkor
7:10 p.m Blmchat Torah service
Mtjann ml ami
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2228
NE 121at t. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbaum. SS
Friday sundown aervicea only. Thurs-
day, oci l8, : am Sermon: "The
Power of Memory." 11 am Tlakor
services 7 to i> m Blmchat Torah
family service and Torah
Processional Friday, Ocl 19. 9 a.m
Simchat Torah
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabb,' aheldon N. Ever 17
Saturday 7:48 a m Hnahana Rabb
Wednesday 7:48 am Thursday, Ocl
18. a.m. Shemini Atsereth. 10:30
am Yizkor. Sermon: "The Keadinir
of Koheleth During Sukkoth." 7 D.m.
Evening service. Friday. Oct 19. ?
i.m. Simchat Torah. Sermon: "The
Torah and Jewish Prosperity." All
liturgical services conducted by Can-
tor Rabbi fiimpel Orimland
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th St. Causeway.
North Bay Village. Conservative
Cantor Murray Yavneh. 32-A
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARD
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St., Mi-
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor-
decai Chaimovits.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 102'
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conservative.
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Cantor Ian
Alpern. 33
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center. 19255
N.E. 3rd Ave. Orthodox. 33-A
Friday S p.m. Saturday 9 am.
BETH TORAH. 1081 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson. 34
Saturday 8 a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Gary,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kall-
liaurn Steven, son of Mr. ami Mrs.
Stanley Lambert. Wednesday 7 am
Roshanah Rabba. Thursday Ocl is,
1:30 am. Yizkor 9:49 a.m. 7:4-"> urn
Simchat Torah Friday. Oct. is 9 N
a.m. Simchat Torah.
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By RABBI AVROM L. DRAZIN
Temple Israel of Miramar
Sukkoth has
involved in its
does any other
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd
Conservative. Rabbi Victor
Zwelling. Cantor Jack Lerner.
St.
D
36
SINAI (Temple), of NORTH DADE
18801 NE 2?nd Ave Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 37
Frida> S:l.1 p.m BukkOth. Seeial ser-
vice! will be held during the week-
end as Temple Sinai Is host to the
leaderahlo institute of the South-
east Federation of Temple Youth
Saturday 10:10 am. Wednesday 5:lS
o.m. Krev Simchat Torah. Thursday.
Ocl IS. |0r0 am Simchat Torah
and consecration of new students of
the Svnagogue School.
Rabbi Drazin
more symbolism
observance than
holiday on the
Jewish calen-
dar.
There is the
Succah, the four
species of Es-
roi, Lulav, Had-
daoim. and Ara-
vot. Then thee
is the ceremony
of Hoshanot and
its Hakafot (pa-
rade around the
synagogue).
On Shemini
Atzeret we ob-
on Simchat To-
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman. 5
Saturday 9 a.m. Thursday, Oct IS,
and Friday. Oct It, 9 a m.
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Cantor Leon Segal. Rev. Ale.x
Stahl. Rev, Mendel Outterman. 6
Thursday. Oct It, 8:80 a.m. Yizkor
1":3 a.m. Sermon: "Alone in the
World." 7 p.m Simchat Torah Ser-
mon: "Our Law." Friday, Oct. 19.
8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Time to Rejoice."
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles
Rubel. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. 8
Friday 1:30 p.m. Second day of Suk-
koth. A sukkah has been built ad-
jacent to the temple for the celebra-
tion. Wednesday 7 a.m. Hoshann Rab-
ba. Evening services R:3 n.m. Thurs-
day. Oct. 18. 9 a.m. Shemini Atzeres
and Yizkor. 7 p.m. Simchat Torah
Friday. Oct. It, 9 a m
ISRAEL (Temple) OP GREATER Ml-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi,
Joseph R. Narot. 10
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Ptrnan. 11
Friday 7 p m. Saturday S:4.'. a.m and
7 p.m. Wednesday 7 a m. lloshana
Rabba. 7 p.m. Sheimini Atzereth eve
Thursday, Oct 18, 8:46 a.m Yizkor
memorial service i"::i" a m Blmchat
Torah 7 p.m. followed by Torah pro-
cessional. Friday. Oct. It 8:45 am
Blmchal Torah 9:80 .. m, Torah pro- ;
ceaatonaL
OR OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi David M.
Baron. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari. 13
Pridaj i> in Sen nd day of Sukkoth
Sermon: "Thi Real Energy Crisis."
Baturday B:S0 a m Sermon: "Jewish
Identity and Identifying as Jews."
Wednesday 9 p.m Sukkoth Thursday,
Oct, 1-. 8:80 a.m Yizkor. -::;,,
Bermon: '"Our Legacy, The Torah."
Bimchal Torah eve, Children's ser-
vi., s Frldaj Ocl It, 9:3 I a m S n
chat Torah,
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef-
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLum ( i emple). 4144 Chase
Avs. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Convlser. 21
Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "Will
Schonau Prove to be Just Another
Sukkah?" Saturday m:4.r> am Bar
Mitzvah: Mark son of Mr. inH Mrs
Rert Tumnson. Wednesday 7:3* p.m.
S'mchnt Torah-Sheimlni Atzeret ser-
vices. Thursday. Oct. 18. 10:45 a.m.
Yizkor memorial serviees "0 students
from kindergarten through grade 3
will be consecrated
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky. 22
ETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE-
GATION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozenwaig. 23
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGAT'ON. 715 Washington Ave
Rabbi Meir Masliah Melamed. 23-A
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing- i
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving I
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 241
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
CONGREGATION AN-NE'.L (Branch
of Hebrew Academy). 7h St. and I
Meridian Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Ahra
ham Ben-Hillel. 25-a
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washinqton Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Engel. 28
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov
Bidnick. 38
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Zalman Kossowsky. 39
CORAL CABLES
JUDEA (Temple). 5560 Granada Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Michael B. Eisen.
stat. Cantor Rita Shore. 40
Friday 8:18 p.m. Wednesday S o.m.
Hakofat and consecration of kinder-
garten students of the Religious
School Thursday. Oct. 18. 11:15 a.m.
Memorial services.
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell A
Berger. Cantor Stanley Rich. 41
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
last days of Sukkoth begin Wednes-
day 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct, 18. 8:45
a.m. Yizkor 10:3o a.m. Evening 6:30
p.m Friday. Oct. 19. 8:45 a.m.
serve Yizkor, and
rah we close the holiday with the
Torah Hakaiot wnich includes
much sinning and dancing and flag
waving by the chilaren of ail ages.
Much of the symbolism reflects,
of course, the gratitude of the Jew
for the bountiful harvest. Sukkoth
! is known to be the forerunner of
i the American holiday of Thanks-
giving.
There are two very interesting
requirements for observance of
this Yom Tov. One is obligated to
be the owner of the Four Species
over which he will recite the
blessing. No other festival stresses
this idea so emphatically.
Tile second point made by the
Torah runs directly opposite to
the general trend. The Torah us-
ually makes little or no distinction
are never the concern of the slave.
The slave, despite his servitude,
has a certain amount of security
since he has food to eat. clothes-
to wear, and a roof over his head.
Freedom, on the other hand in-
volves great challenges.
Our Sages, desiring to emphasize
ihe importance of the responsi-
bilities of freedom, highlighted
them in many ways. The Succah,
for example, was made without a
roof. The walls could be as strong
as humanly possible to construct
. but the roof had to be open
to the elements.
We talk about having "a roof
over one's head." as symbolizing
secui ity. The Succah removes that
clement and emphasizes the inse-
curity of life and freedom.
We must be certain that we do
j not become so secure that we
i ignore our responsibilities to our-
| selves, our people and our faith.
; When we become our own mas-
I ters, we assume the responsibility
' of eternal vigilance.
As we enter the Succah, this
year, may we be reminded of our
responsibilities as Jews and as
free men.
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MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. Cantor Leibele
Levine. 50
Wednesday 630 p.m. Shemini Atzeres ,
Thursday Oct. 18 9 a.m. Yukor I between the stranger and the home
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FORT LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva
Brilliant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 4S
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
P0MPAN0 BtACH
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 8101
NW 9th St.
Friday U' n m Saturday >*:4:, a.m.
Sermon: "The 0.....1 Heal
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ave
Conservativ- Rahbi Morris A. Skop
born. The mitzvah of Succah
obligatory on the home born.
This emphasis on freedom and
ownership indicates a require-
ment to undertake responsibility.
To be free is to undertake re-
sponsibility. To be free is to under-
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
(c). 1973 Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Why is the Jewish festival of
Succoth celebrated in the fall?
A number of rabbinic sources
are perplexed by this question.
Some of them ask why it wasn't
placed in the spring, since it per-
haps has something to do with the
exodus from Egypt which we know
took place in the spring.
Rabbi Abraham Iben
plains thai in their
through the wilderness
Ezra ex-
journey
pro-
the
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Pabbi Maurice
Klein. Cantor Sheldon Kodner. 14
Baturday 9 a m Serm >n: Koheleth "
Thursday. Oct. 18, : .1111 Bermon:
"Recollections 7:80 p.m Blmchat
rorali family service. Friday, Oct
19, 9 a.m. Sim. hai Torah sen
ZION (Temple). 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Helfman. 18
Friday 7 p.m Traditional su
service. Baturday 9 a m Wednesday
7 p.m Thursday, Ocl 18, 9 .1 m c-
kor 7:::" p 11: S m. hat Toi ll I mllj
service, Fridas o*i f a m
HIALEAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondele. ?
Friday 8:11 p m Becoi d daj of Sul -
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1418 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rubbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
MENORAH (Temol*:. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Maver Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
' "I : Satu>
son of M
M 'Ivh Paul
HALL AND ALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
(Conservative). 416 NE 8th Ave
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz. Cantor
Jacob Danziqer. 44
HOLLYWOOD
28 CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW
T--
Bar
Mrs
NER TAMID iTemole). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Euqene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr. Or-
thodoa. Rabbi Phineas A. Weberman
30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
I hursday, Ocl 18, 8 a m Bhi -
Atterel and Vlskor Sermon: "Our
Shal ish Regallm' !> lay, Ocl 19
1 i" Sim bal rnoi \
I Purpose u inlna;."
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
GRECATION.
University Dr.
CON-
Conservative. 3501
Rabbi Max Weitz. 44



ne*Ui
rogramt
ttmcaf Oct. 14 Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
(Repeated on Ch. 2 at 6:30 p.m.)
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: Morality in Scarcity"
Guests: Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Temole Me-
norah; Rev. Jim Stephenson. St Peter's
Lutheran Church
Oct. 14 Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Milton Schlinsky, Temple Adath
Yeshurun
Oct. 14 Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley, Temple Sinai of
North Dade
Topic: "Poipular Superstition*"
BE,TH EL "*mP">- 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Heform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 49
Friday 8 D.rn \ nual Sukkath family
"" Children's c III Dartlcl-
Wedi las 7:48 a m Blmchat
of first si
students. Thii--vd.iv i >ct i<
' ind Sim hat TV
yen
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 4601 Ar-
thur St. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold 44
Adnit services win i>e held at "1.
newly coi :n sanctuary
No I6'h Ave Friday 7 p.m.
Wednesday IS .....l : p m Hosl
R tbba Tl ursday, < t 18 Shemini
Useret 10:80 a m Yizkor Thursday
)cl IS, 7 p.m .- at Torah, Fri-
day 9 a m.
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabb- Davd Shapiro.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
take certain responsibilities which i tectinj clouds of divine glory of-
fered protection from the heat of
the sun in the summer. In the
winter, when cooler weather set
in. they built huts to protect them-
; selves. They, thus, began to use
1 such huts like succoth in the fall.
Thus, the festival commemorating
these huts is scheduled for the
fall.
Others explain that the festival
was timed for the fall because if
one lived in a hut during the
-pring or summer, it would be no
indication that he would do tl i>
j to observe the Biblical command-
ment which ordered the people of
Israel for generations to come to
live in huts in commemoration of
the travel through the wilderness,
which their ancestors exper-
ienced.
There are others who claim that
living in the huts is a sign of
humility. Since Succoth is a har-
i-t festival, the symbol of the
huts was used at the time of the
richest harvest which was the fall
Continued from Page 4-A
ilk yes. Democrat* as well as
Republicans would have been
placed on notice that false let-
ters, leaflets, forgeries and the
like involving campaign litera-
ture would not be tolerated
Florida.
in
I shall have more to say next
week on the issue of the press
because I believe that we are
threatened in our freedom when
the communications media is as
threatened as it is today by gov-
ernment. I also believe that the
press must come into the court
of public opinion with cleaner
~aW
BSBHSbWUSBBBBI
TEMPLE BETH AHM. Conseiative.
310 SW 62nd Ave.. Hollywood. Rabbi
Rabbi Salomon Benarroch. Ca"t0r
Harry S:hmerlina. 47. B
Saturday 9 am. Thursday, o, t i
a.m Yizkor service. Friday. Dot I
1?. 9 am
TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal). 5101
Sheridan St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Rob- j
ert Fraxin. Cantor Michael Kyrr.
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 35th St I
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Drazin.
Cantor Abraham Koiter. 41
Sukkotl services to be held at Sheri-
an Hit's Flementarv School ''idav
7:45 n.m. Family service and con-
secration.
NAnVAVAn'^W'fWvWW
CANDLEUGHT1NG T1MF
16 TISHRI 5:36
AAAAAA*AAAAAAAAA*AAAAAA
HOMESTEAD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER
183 NE 8th St. Conservative. 51
Friday 8 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Wed-
needay 9 a.m. Hashana Rabba. Even-
ln 6 D.m. Thursday. Oct 18.-9 a.m
Shemini Atzeret. 11 a.m. Ylskor
" 'ofos 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19, 9
a.m.
hands than it is presently show- j harvest. At such a time rich farm-
ing us. j ers might be over-impressed by the
product of their own labors and
forget that it was the Almighty
who was responsible for their pro-
ductive achievement. Thus, the
holiday of Succoth was made in
the fall.
There are those who claim that
the festival of Succoth is actually
a celebration of the forgiveness
which was achieved by the people
of Israel on Yom Kippur. the Day
of Atonement. This is why it is a
most happy festival, because the
people make peace with the Al-
mighty and all is forgiven.
Since Yom Kippur takes place
in the fall because it falls on a
date which is the anniversary of
Moses' coming down from Mt.
Sinai the second time with the
second set of tablets, Succoth
must, therefore, be in the fall in
order to follow Yom Kippur.
H
This f-ige u prepared in
('Operation with the Greater
Miami ruwbmical Awocuitton.
Ccordinator of the feature/
ippearing here is
RABBI MAXELL! BERGER
Spiritual Leader of
Temale Zamorsj
Carol Gable.
<*BMBB*aBSjsiaBBji,......asj '., sMBsasaVasaasJasjall I


Ejly. October 12, 1973
+J(nisfi fkrkffor
Page 15-A
rigins of Sukkot Holiday
Back in the first century.
r vrs of Alexandria and
alleged that Jews prar-
,(! the cult of Dionysm. th$.
eek god of wine arid tenuity.
The reason for thir miwin-
I m .is exclaind in The En-
tw\ iraedia Judaic? is iim*>)>.
J| Greek biographer Plutirch
'('-4') 121 C.E) cave Suk' "let 11 to 19. a Bacchanalian In-
Iterore'ation when h" wrote,
"After the festival railed th*
the Day of Atonement)
Jdurine the vintage, th Jw
[place tables laden with different
Ifr.uts in booths of thickets WOV
|en from vines anH iw. Their
festival is c-alld by them i
LEGAL NOTICE
[tmf C"*CU'T CURT r '"IE
Ilevfn .'uoiciai fti"*iiiT
OF FLn'" IN ami-> FOR
nariF COIINTV
poopA-c ntvlc,oM
ppOBATC ro 7' 4^91
ftrmnU B ri-..i-\
NOT'CE TO CREDITORS
t, '
|: HAIPETZ
| .-..!
V Creditor* and A'l Persons H -i< -
. mi or Demands Again*) Bald
_ ire hereby notlfi.d and required
nl any claim" and demand"
L, i ii rmv have ar^'nct Ihe *-
,.f MORRIS HAIFET7. deceased
I Dade Oonn'v. Flc'da. to the
fU': Judees of Pade County a"d
-..me in duplicate and as
d In Section 7.(3 1(1. F'orlda
s. in their offices 'n t^e fVwn.
T house In Osde Cotintv. Flor-
within six calendar months from
. Of the fl**f pnhboa'iop hero-
r ih- same will hi barred.
lied at Miami. F'orid-. this 19th
. < Sent ember A P "'" '
MKI V'V WKVF*""Z
As Administrator
-st publication of this notice on
' ilay of Sent 1973
:NKR ANP WEISENFELD PA.
\ fer Melvin Hetfetz a k a
I Haffetz
nlllns Aw
l'.eaoh, Florida
B M M 5-18-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
u daraigned, desiring t. engage in
klness under the fictitious name of
IP'^AI. RENTAL AGENCY a suh-
l.arv of American Investment*
-. In. a' 14*7 N'orthw.st 7th
feet, Miami. Florid*. 38128 intends
register said name with the Clerk
Circuit Court of Dad- County,
brida.
AMERICAN INVESTMENTS
SERVICES, INC
'-, M SCHWEITZER. President
Jji'.l DON B. PALLEY
Iti-ticy for American Investments
I' in.-.
10,12-19-26 11 2
Sukk
"A PEW diys 1 iter, the Jews
' lebral > an ither festival which
dhe may jimply cud a Bacchan-
in fl ftfi il. For t da is a fes-
tival on which the -lews carry
fig branches and sticks adorned
with Ivy and carry them into
the temple. One dues not know."
.i Ids Plutarch, "what they do in
the temple, it seems reasonable
to suppose thai they practice
rite in honor of Bacchus. For
they blow small horns as the
people of Argos do daring the
festival of Dionysus, and call
upon their god."
The Talmud gives detailed in-
structions on how the "Sukkah"
(booth) should be constructed,
saying that it m-Nt b? regarded
as one's principal abode for sev-
en days and nights of the f,-s
thai. The eighth day is called
Shemini Atzcrct. The last day.
Fimchat Torah (Rejoicing of
the Law) coincides in Israel
with Shemini Atzeret.
On Simchat Torah the annual
reading of the Torah from the
scroll of the synagogue is con-
cluded. The person called to the
reading of the last and first
portions of the Torah are known
as Hatan Torah (Bridegroom of
the Torah) and Hatan Bereshit
(Bridegroom of the Beginning) '
respectively. Fellow congre-
gants are then invited to. a
party with son.;-; and dance in
hoi ir of the day.
i\ Contrast to the Greek
ind Roman festival celebrations,
the Encyclopaedia Judaica goes
on to show how Hellenistic .lew-
ish writers stressed the unique-
ness of Jewish festivals. Philo
maintained that ignorance of!
the nature of true happiness I
leads to the assumption that on
festivals joy is to be achieved
through pfavsical indulgences.
The true significance of the
festival rather is to find ploas-
in v and enjoyment through
meditation about the world and
the h.irmonv existing in it.
According to Philo, were
mini's virtue constantly to rule
his desires, his whole life, from
birth to death would be one long
tertival.
LEGAL NOTICE
_________LEGAL riOTKI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
No. 73-2?562
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In RE: The Marriage of:
PIERRE AZARD JOI'UDAIN.
Husband and MARIE CI.AI'DE
fOURDAIN. Wife.
TO: MARIE CI.AI'PE JOPRPAIX
(Address I'nknown i
Residence I'nknown
Vnr ARK HEREBY notified thM
i Petition lot Pissolutiou of Marriace
ift( h. n filed aeainst vou. and vou
ire hereby r -nuired to serve a oopv
f \..ur answer or other pleadlnr to
'.* I*. titlon on the Husband's attor-
ney. LESTER ROOERS. whose ad-
Iress Is: 14:-4 N W. 17th Avenue.
Miami. F orida ISltS and file the
nk-in.,1 with the Clerk of the above
tvled Court, on or before this 2f
lay of Oct.. 197.1. or a Pi fault will
'..' entered aalnst \-ou.
PATEP this 17 day of Sent 197.1.
KICHARP P. HKINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: R J FOY
penutv '"lerk
9 .'!-: 1" 5-11
NOTICE Of ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
C ADE COUNTY.
GENFRAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CIV'L ACTION NO. 73-74360
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
i.\ UK: The Marrlaai
AN \ MARYI.IN OARRIDO
Wife,
and
I.CIS OARRIDO
Husband,
in I IIS HARRIPO
Belen Zeiiueiras
N.. 7.".n Country ciub
RIo Pledras, Puerto Rleo
Yin" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
iliat a petition for Dlssalutlon of your
MarriaKi- lias been filed and ,-oni-
menced in lliis courl anil you are re-
iliiir''I to serve a ropy of your writ-
i. n defenses, if any. to It on HAR-
OID CEASE attorney for Petitioner.
irtrose address is ^720 West Klat-lei
Street. Miami. Fl and file the oric-
mal with the .lerk of the above
styled court on or before November
23, 1973; otherwise a ib-fault will be
entered amlnsl vou for the relief
prayed for in the complaint or peti-
tion.
This notice shall be published once
eaOh week for tour .onsecutlve weeks
in THE JEWISH PbORIDIAN.
WITNESS my band and the seal
.f said court at Miami Florida on
this 9 dav of October, IMS
RICHARD 1'. BRINKER
AS '"lerk. Circuit Court
Pade County. Florida
By c. P. ci.rKi.A.vi)
\s j 'i pun Clerk
,1'in nil Court S- all
HAROLD CEASE. ESQ.
J7-'" West Flairbr Street
Miami. Florida SS1SB
Attorney for Petitioner .....
10/12-19-2C II'2
notice U';=>ai FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN 'hat
the ir tJeslrli t<. eniri
in La-Iness undi i' tItlous nam
if AT1N INS! :: VXCK SERVICE
of Fl GRID \ ., bis B. th Stn I
II aleafl :,"' Intends t. n Rfati r I
n.i ii hi I '< iif il..' i 'it. sill
1 '.'in t of I lade mnty, F ,
MART A RAMOS
n -,. I- |fl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO. 73-22957
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION OF
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IX RE:
PETITION OF HENRY I.. C< '1.1 1X8
AND MYRTI K IREXE COLI INS
l'( 'l; 'll E Al" iPTK 'N i IF
l HRI8TOPHER LAWRENCE
CO I.I .INS
TO: .MRS. VALERIE Mi FARLAND
n A C \' M. K.i. 1.in.I
Fl! 202-44-0944
IT.8 a p 11 -i.. m nv l-'S' i
i 'ha lei Ion \it Por > Base
South larol na 2M0J
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a pi litiim has i" en fl 'i In I hi
above styled courl by HENRY I.
OH KINS and MYRTLE IRENE COL
i.ins for the adootlon of CHRISTO-
PHER LAW RENCE COLI INS. a
minor, by t! p< tltioners, and you are
required to serve a copy of your an-
swer or objection t. show cause whv
said petition should not be arant.d,
on [he attorney for the petitioners.
JOSEPH .1 OERSTEN 1080 Sprint
Card.ii Road, Miami. Florida 831SC:
and file the original in the office Of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before November 2, 1978
HEREIN fail not or a default Judg-
ment will be entered against you.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said Courl In Miami. Pade County.
Florida, this 21 day of September,
197::.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By A.J. RIVAS
Deputy Clerk
9.28 10-5-12-19
LEGAL NOTICE
i
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EVERY TIME.
if uo.. dial vour own long distance calls direct after 5 p.nt,
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mall mtm*",*1^*mm KS'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
the undersigned, desiring to engage .
in business under the fictitious name 1
of COLORPAK PAINTING at 551 I
Weal I'.'. I'rive. Hialeah. Fla :i3i>12 in-1
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Pade
County. Florida.
I laniei Gonaalei
m 12-19-26 ii 2
IN THF CinCliT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH ,'UDIC'AL CIRCUIT
'N A'D FOR
DATE CO'.'N TY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURI! FICTION DIVISION
No 7?-T---4
NOTICE ev PLEi'-'CATION
IN RE: Tin -if
:v. v .' 'U.n...
in.i
CECIL ROLLE,
ll'i- I
V. n- I'l.iil l-.il E, -LI. i "-
know n ed t rile y^r
wer i" the petii dit if m -'ii i -|,.r
ibove Courl ind re-
?f ii i I- netitloni attm n.-v i i -i
-I 1310-11 'ongress 11
' i la in1 Fl Ida, on ot before n m -
8, 1973, or Ii in Itlon n III I
cnnfessi Dated: Ocl l '
lii.ii.-.' p : ker
1 Circuit ('."in
Bj c P. '' '- :i.anii
|le|.UI\ I .
,e 5-12-1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
No. 73-23715
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
'N RE: Tin marriage of
a'KI.IA TAYI.i IB,
\\ Ife.
and
JAMES HOLLY TAYL" :.
Husband
YOl*. JAMES lb ILLY TATl OR.
residence unknown, required to
'He your answi r to tl e petition (or
dissolution ..I marriage iih the
Cl.-rk of the above < iurl and serve a
copy thereof upon petitioner'!* attor-
ney, Merman Cohen, Esq., 1310-11
Congress Bldg., Miami. Florida, on or
before November ... 1973, "t else peti-
tion win be confessed.
Dated: Oct. I, 1973
Richard p. Brlnker
Clerk. Circuit Court
By c P COPELAND
Peputy Clerk
J"/.r.-l2-19-2
NOT'CE Or ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-22952
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MAKKIA'IK OF
VIVIAN l'l'.NA. Wife. Petitioner
and
| DEOGRACIA8 PENA, Huehar.1.
Resnondent.
TO: Mr. Deograclas Pena
234-r.lst Street. West
New York New Jersey
TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses, if any. to It
on Guill-rmo Sostchln. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 10! N.W
12th Avenue. Miami. Florida 33128.
and file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or be-
fore November 2. 1973: otherwise a
default will he entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published once
each week for ftmt 11 nseeutlve weeks
.'i THE JEWISH FLORIDI \N
WITNESS my hand and the seal "'
said court al Miami Florida on this
20 dav nl Senl .
RICHARD P RRIXKER,
As i "lerk < rcul < 'o'lrl
I iade "untv. Florida
!. B .1 FOY
.\. Deput> Clerk
,, u|| Coui i Si
Ouilli I Esquire
101 n.w 12th Avenue
Miami, Fli rlda
Attorni y foi Petitioner
: _- -.-12-19
NOI iCE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
GENERAL JUR'SDICT'ON DIVISION
QUETING TITI E COMPLAINT
73-22929
:n RE:
WAI TER FERNANDEZ ANP
ASUNCION FERNANDEZ, bis wife
TED ORAIXGER ANP
BETTY GRAINGER, his wife
T": TED GRAINGER and
BETTY GRAINGER his wife
YOl" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an a. '' ai for QUIETING TITLE
on the oroperty known as:
|x,i i: FIRST APPiTlOX
T<> Till: Town OF HIALEAH,
1'i.i'UlI'A. according to the Plat
ri ..riled in Plat Book
f. pal-. 122 of the Public Records
of I lade County. Florida
has been filed against you and v,.u
are required i" serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any to It on
r>01 PO KOS8, attorney for Plain-
tiff wli".--. address is 101 N w. I2th
Avenue, Minn'. Florida 33128. and
fib Ihe original with the clerk of
the above styled Court on or before
November I, 1973: otherwise a tie.
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
,.r petition.
This notice -hall be published once ,
each week for four consecutive weeks ;
In TIIK JEWISH Fl.ORIPIAX.
WITNESS mv hand and the seal ot
said Court at Miami. Florida on this
:(i dav f September. 1973.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
.,- Clerk Circuit Court
Pai'.e County, Florida
Hv C P COPE1.AXD
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Adolfo Koss. Esquire
Stone A Boatchin, P A.
101 N.W. 12th Ave.
Miami. Florida 88138
Attorney .or Petition,^ io/tAji9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
No. 73-23743
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Marriage Of
El us THELI'SMOXD, Husband
and ROSE THELI'SMOXD, Wife
TO: Bosk THELUSMOND
Rue Cabllard
No 10 Port au Prince
Haiti
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that a
Petition (or Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed atainst you and you
ire hereto required to serve a copy
if your answer or other pleading to
he Petition on the Husbat d's attor-
ley, l.F.sTKit ROGERS, whose ad-
lress in 14T.4 NW 17 Avenue. Miami.
Florida 83116, and file the original
,vlth the Clerk of the above styled
ourt. on or before this 8 day of Nov..
'973. or a Default will be entered
igainst you.
DATED this 1 dav ot o, t |t>7.;
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
by B. J FOY D C.
l" 5-13-19 8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
No 73-23598
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
n Re Th.. Marriage of
PAUL F MI'RPHY. Husband
ind MARY V. MURPHY. Wife
r< l: maim- v MURPHY
I9S Wesl Stl Rtreel
Ni u York i "Itv, Ni w Voi k 1
YOU M'K HEREBY m titled
' i lutli "t Marriage
''- l...... filed ,-' ilnsl v i.ii and you
ire hi ;.\ n quired li set ie r i opy
r youi oi nl hi pie idlng to
hi !'.' on thi 11 u 1...
I ESTER ROGERS, I
11 '- 17 Avei ii. Miami,
''toii.i:i th, original
^ itli th 'li il ibovi -iv led
ir-' or before thi 7 day of Ni
r a Di fault v\ ill be
red ngafnsl cou
PAl ED this 28 day I s. pti mbi r,
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clei Circuit < !ourt
By ( P. COPFLAXD. D.C
li 5-12-1
NOT CE OF ACTION
CONSTR.'C PVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
C'VIL ACTION NO 73-233S9
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
CARI IS M CALZADII.LA
Petitioner,
and
ROSA DAISY CAI.ZAD1LLA
Respondent
To: Roan Dals> Calaadllla
&S24 58 A\.mi.
Clenfuegos Las Villas. Cuba
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
tha.t an action for Dissolution ot Mar-
riage has h*en filed against you and
you are required t serve copy of
vour written defenses, if any, to it
on Adolfo Koss. attorney fof Peti-
tioner, whose address is I"l N W.
12th Avuue. Miami. Florida S3128,
and fib- the original with the clerk
of the above styled rY>urt on or be-
fore November Tib. 1978: otherwise a
default will he entered again"*! VOU
for the relief demanded In the com-
olamt or petition.
This notice shall be published on e
each week for four ronsecutive u-i-kii
in THE JEWISH FLORIDI AN.
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
said Court st Miami. Florida on this
M dav of September, 1973,
Richard P. Brinker
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dad, County. Florida
By C P '! KI.ANP
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Adolfo Koss, Esnuire
101 N \V 12th Avenue
Miami. Fla. 33128
Attorney lor Petitioner
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28.95
27.95
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165 SR15
26.95
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1.61
1.84
1.81
1.92
1.92
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137
iJewislli Floridian Gov-Askew to sPeak
Friday. October 1-2, 1973
Section B:
At Dr. Lehrman Fete
^
Russell, Levy To Be Feted At
35th Annual Meeting-Dinner
<
Robert Russell, who has served
as president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation for the past two
years, and Harry A. Levy, Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Israel Emer-
gency Fund chairman for 1972 and
1973, will be honored at the Fed-
eration's 35th Annual Meeting and
Dinner, to b(> held the evening of
Oct. 21 at Miami Beach's Carillon
Hotel.
Mr. Russc'.l. president of Rus-
sell Anaconda Aluminum. In..,
serves as a member of the Execu-
tive Committee of the United Jew-
ish Appeal and is one of 12 Amer-
icans serving on the Board of Gov-
ernors of the Jewish Agency for
l-i ael. He is chairman of the Jew-
ish Agency's Housing Comm.
and a director of the American
Jewish Joint pi-tnbition Commit-
i. as well as a member oi the
Board of Governors of Tel Aviv
University.
Among Mr. Russell's previous
honors are the 1972 Human Rela-
tions Award, presented by the
American Jewivh Committee, and
the 1973 Haro d B. Bos worth Mem-
|* orial Award iresented by the
/ Mercantile Division of GMJF.
Mr Levy, a Miami Beach hotel
owner, land developer and build-
er, has headed the two most suc-
cessful CJA-IEF efforts in Federa-
tion history. He WU a recipient of
the GMJF Presidents' Leadership
Award in 1970 for outstanding
community set vice.
Levy serves as a Federation vice
pre idem and is a member of the
Federation Board of Directors. A
former member of UJA's Young
Leadership Cabinet, he is p -i
dent of the South Florida Chap-
ter of the American Friends of
Hebrew University, a vice presi-
dent and member of the board of; has been appointed chairman of
Temple Emanu-El, 'he Arrangements Committee for
Marilyn (Mrs. Harry B.) Smith i .he Annual Meeting and Dinner.
Mrs. Smith, who serves on the
Women's Division Area Board as
well as serving as Women's Bene-
factor Chairman for Miami Beach,
is the wife of Federation vice
resident Harry B. Smith. Both
Mr. and Mrs. Smith are former
recipients of the GMJF President's
Leadership Award.
Al-o serving on the Arrange-
ment Committee are Stanley
Aikin. Mrs. Burton R. Levey. Mrs.
Harrj A. Levy. Melvin c. Morgen-
tern, Mrs. Kobeit Russell. How-
i ard R. Scharlin, Howard F. Scott
and Mrs. Irving L. Wexler, Presi-
lent of Federation's Women's
Diviion.
Gov. Reubin O'D. Askew has ac-
cepted an invitation to be the
guest speaker Nov. 18 at the trib-
ute dinner in the Diplomat Hotel
which will honor Dr. Irving Lehr-
man on his 30th anniversary as
rabbi of Temple Emanu-El.
The Florida chief executive,
long recognized as a strong sup-
porter of the State of Israel and
numerous Jewish causes, will join
more than 1,000 community lead-
er- in honoring the national
honorary president of the Syna-
gogue Council of America.
ANNOUNCEMENT of the gov-
ernor's acceptance was made by
Dr. Sherman Kaplan and Herbert
Sadkin, co-chairman of the tribute
dinner. They are working closely
with Mrs. Benjamin Beloff, Sister-
hood president; Judge Herbert S.
Shapiro, president; and Samuel N.
Piiedland, chaitman of the board,
in coordinating plans for the din-
nei ard dance.
The S30-a-pcrson event will be
'an evening of joy and not ot
fund raising," Dr. Kaplan and
Sadkin stressed.
Then-Gov. Claude Ki'k spoke
it the tribute dinner to Dr. Lehr-
man five years ago, when he was
honored for his first quarter-
century of service to the congrega-
tion and community.
Reservations for the dinner and
dance may be made at the Temple
Emanu-El office. A dinner com-
tee is being organized, Judge
Shapiro said, including both
Temple members and leaders of
ihe community at large.
Installation Luncheon Set
Lincoln Miami Beach Chapter,
Women's League for Israel, will
hold its annual installation lunch-
eon Sunday noon at the Barcelona
Hotel, 4343 Collins Ave. Fran Res-
nick is president.
Sisterhood Meefs Tuesday
'Getting to Know our Rebbit-
zen" will be the program when the
Sisterhood of Uhev Shalom Con-
gregation meets Tuesday at 1 p.m.
n : Succah of Rabbi and Mrs.
Phineas A. Weberman, 3i>44 Pine
Tree Dr.. Miami Beach.
BTJiR.IDlNE'S
Vft/flfW/ni
our biggest event op the year
now in progress
Final preparations lor the Temple Emanu-El Israel Dinner
of State, to be held Oct. 13 at the Fontainebleau Hotel, were
the subject of discussion last week at the Miami Beach
home of Joy and Dave May. Pictured (left to right) are Murry
Koiet2ky, host committee chairman; Harry A. (Hap) Levy
and Davida Levy, honorees, and Herbert Buchwald, dinner
chairman. The Levys will receive the Israel Masada Award
at the dinner-dance. _________________,
Hisliuhut Meet Due Sunday
A
t'-m
record atendance of mon
4u0 leaders
of the 1
fv
onist Movemes I and of the
Hi tadrul Ca will pi
pate Sunday in a one day con-
ference to launch the South Flor-
ida phase of an accelerated na-
tionwide effort '>> Histadrut.
The conclave opens at 10: is
a.m. Sunday in the Fontainebleau
Hotel with workshop sessions, and
moves on to a luncheon at 12:30
p.m., at which the latest Middle
East crisis will be reported on by
officials of the Israel Government
and the Israel Histadrut Cam-
paign.
DR. LEON Kronish. national
board chairman of the Israel His-
tadrut Foundation; Bernard B_
Jacobson, national executive head
ie National Committee for
Yaakov Morris.
press counsellor at the
Nations, are slated to
pate.
Moe Levin is chairman of the
e, which also will in-
;all new officers of the Israel
Histadrut Council of South Florida.
Funds raised Sunday will go to
he Kupat Holim, the nationwide
network of hospitals and medical
centers in Israel operated by the
Histadrut. Irving Gordon, direc-
tor of the Israel Histadrut Cam-
paign in Florida, said every Kupat
Holim hospital in Israel has been
pressed into service treating cas-
ualties in the fighting on both the
Egyptian and Syrian fronts.
every year
florida's largest department store
has the
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this year is She biggest one ever.
It began back year : Sail
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Friday, October 12, 1973
Educational Directors Consider
Major Issues At First Meeting
Abel lloltz Appointed To Serve On
Small Business Advisory Council
In-service seminars for educa-
tional administrators and teach-
ers, the program of the Judaica
High School, and of the Akiva
School, and the Akiva
Jewish leaders, inierschool ac-
-. ;m:l the Soviet Jewry Sim-
chat Torah Rally, were among the
majoi issues considered at the first
meeting of the year of the educa-
tional directors of the Greater
imi area conduct'"! at the ten-
: i Ag ncj for Jewish Education
ek.
: g the i!':!- suggested for
jram-
for
11 ias as conflui lit edu-
the open
cdia met!
roup dynamics in
i ating for
: human
: ment cognitive affi c
and Dsvcho-moti
- T igram for the Institute
r..... also dis-
i at tli" meeting, with
e scheduled in such areas
e u' nami a ol student-teacher
understanding the
lAmi wish child and the
it-Jewish community, de-
76igm 4 especially lor Israeli teach
methods of teaching in the
Wholesale Distributors of
MORIAH KOSHER POULTRY
and
Processors and Export-n
of the finest U.S. Govt. Inspected
KOSHER KEATS and POULTRY
1717 N.W. 7th Ave.
Miami, Fla.
Phone 371-1855
week-end schools for prospective
Sunday School teachers, courses
in modern Hebrew literature, pray-
er, BiMe and Jewish Law. and a
.pedal innovative curriculum
workshop tor selected teachers.
The educational directors also
-usgested the establishment of a
bulletin for the exchange of in
novative ideas in programming,
the holding of an "Education Day"
0 1 iv and professionals in the
field of Jewish education and the
formation of a system of inter-
i] visits for t*achers,
The Akiva High School program
is a unique |> o^rain :oi the de-
velopment ol future Jewish lead
rs foi the American Jewish com
nunity. will combine formal
lewish education, participation in
al activities, the learning of
leadership skills and the study of
the American-Jewish community
as elements for work with no inr*i -
:nan 40 to oO te n agers, speciticai
.;. recommended b> their sponsor-
educational institution.
I he Akiva H hool will also
complement the study programs ol
che various institutions and seek
,) develop an elite cadre of teen-
's who would serve to provide
leadership for the community.
lr addition, the Judaica HUjh
School program, the outreach pin
giam of the Central Agency foi
lewish Education was described
jnd the various activities high-
lighted. Cantor Irving Shulkes.
president of the Caniorial Associa-
tion of Greater Miami, and CantOi
Ian Alpern. coordinator of the
Cantorial Prep school, described.'
the CantorM Prep School, which
Comedy Film Opens Here
Two films opening at WomMco
Cheatres on Friday are "Ynui
Three Minutes Aii Up," a timely
i m comi ay with Beau Brid ea
md Ron Leibman, at the Patio
ind Byron, and "The Stone Killer"
t the Carib and I07ili Strei t. star
ring Chailes Branson and Martin
am.
Annual Day at the Races
The Victory I'pit <>f the Wom-
an's Corps of the Papanicolaou
Cancel Research Institute is hold-
ing its annual day at the races
Wednesday at 11:45 a.m. at Calder
Race Track. In charge of ticket-
are Fay Shakespeare and Lillie
Blumpack.
My husband's
a "perked coffee"
Mayvin
Maxim* tastes like perked coffee"
because Maxim starts with
fresh perked coffee. Then,
H's freeze-dried into big dark
chunks... chunks of real
perked coffee. Coffee that's
just right for every coffee
serving occasion.
K
CERTIFIED
KOSHER.
seeks to provide teenagers with
.he ability to chant the liturgy
and the cantillations of the Torah
and the Haftorah and the Mei.il
,ot each Monday afternoon at the
Hebrew Academy.
Arlcne Zuckcr. of the National
Council ol Jewish Women, dc-
icribed the shipa-box program of
--.tiding toys to young children in
l.-rael. Following a variety of sug-
stions by the educational direc-
tors, a subcommittee oi Rabbi Dov
ii i i Community Day
School; Richard Siege! Temple
inai of North Dade: and Elu
i man, Wesl Palm Beach I uj
ol was foi mi d together i
Abraham J. Gittelson, associate
of Central Agencj for
i work i
Mrs. Zucki r, to enhance Ihe |
-ram in the schools.
Also taken up at the mi i tin;
were the National Bible Quiz I
..an: and the n< w acquisition:
the Educational Reseource Center
of the Centra] Ag< ncy foi J
Education.
Thomas S Klcppc. administra-
tor of the Sn all Busing Adminis-
tration (SBA) recently announced
in Washington the appointment of
mm i Moitz, chairman of the Board
and president of The Bank of Mi-
ami Beach, as a member of the
Miami District Advisory Council
of the SBA.
Mr. Kl'.ppe said that Mr. Holtz
has been selected for council mem-
bership in recognition of his
knowledge and interest in prob-
lems of small business.
As a member of the District
Council, HolU will take part in the
semi-annual meeting* niiere needs
of the local small business commu-
nty ate dl CU8 ed and the means
by which SBA can mo t effective-
ly meet these needs are consid-
ered.
Advisor) Council also serves
channel of information to
business and commercial
interests regarding specific sfv\
...nis and keeps the Dl
Director informed of cu 'eat
economic conditions within the
Miami district.
Members serve
two year term.
without pay
tor
Th
as a
ll ('. I
Donation to Grant School
On Sunday. Oct. 28. the Murray
Solomon Post No. 243. and I ,
Auxiliary. Jewish War Veter;
will donate $192 to the Gran-.
School for Exceptional Children,
to be used for a leaching mirroi
and oilier equipment. The ion.;.
t/as raised bj the post and aux-
iliary bowling league durin the
summer session. Mrs. Evelyn Low*
i. auxiliary president; Sidnej \
Lowe l- the post commandei.
iux arj child Ifan i man
is Mis- Cynthia Blitt.
AMERICAN
KOSHER
ovt iNsPccTea
.A, mt
^ Ifff
mmmms
mm
With corned beef on rye,
what belongs in the glass?
TETLE Y TEA
The iced drink that really
quenches your thirst
Tea with meat is traditional, and Tetley is tea at
its best-favored in Jewish frames for almost a
hundred years. In hot weather, there's nothing
iced Tetley to really quench a thirst! Whether you
make it with Tetley Tea Bags, Iced Tea Mix
pouches, or Tetley's 100% Instant Tea, Tetley s
tiny little tea leaf flavor tastes pot brewed. Enjoy
it iced or hot, with meat or dairy food-meal time,
nosh time, anytime is Tetley time!
ATRADITION SINCE 1875
MAXIM -The May win's favorite for fine coffee flavor


Friday, October 12, 1973
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UNDER THE STRICT AND CONSTANT LOCAL RABBINICAL SUPERVISION Of RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
TISHRI 15-16
22-23
5734
THURS. FRI.
OCT. 11 and 12th
OCT. 18 and 19th
1973
i
mers
Jhanhs Jo our ^/Vlanxf j-riends and \*~*\tsto
for their patronage, ntau we wish \fon ana your family
contentment, good health, and the fulfulvnent of your
deepest wish in life*
In Observance of Succoth All Food Fair Kosher Markets
Will Be Closed Thursday and Friday, October 11, 12-18, & 19th
\
WE URGE YOU TO DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY
SO THAT WE MAY SERVE YOU BETTER
KASHRUTH SUPERVISION
REV. JACOB B. KATZ, Ass't Director REV. WILLIAM SHULMAN
no
WHOLESALE KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY WAREHOUSE
Sobt MwMttrt: SUNNY and MORRIS
DEPARTMENT MANAGERS
MttRRY RUBIN HARVEY MEYERS $01 SEIGEl
Supervisor PHILIP KATZ
NOW 3 KOSHER MEAT and POULTRY MARKETS TO SERVE YOU BETTER
2091 Coral Way, Miami 163rd Street Shopping Center #J 9th Street at Alton Road
RV-1
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR


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Jenist FkricJ'&r
Friday, October 12, 1973
Dedication Of New Site For
Hillel Day School Sunday
Membership chairmen arc Mr-.
Sisterhood Schedules 15th Membership Tea ^ ^ ^
Voung Israel Sisterhood will p.m. in the social hail. The pro- c-h-,
held its 15th annual membership {ram will feature fashions by """<<* Mrs. Barry D. Schre.ber
:e-. Wednesd y. Oct. 24. at 8:30 Voune S*"hi-ticate*. n president.
Uiie Hillel Community Day
School. 21288 Biscayne Blvd.. has
purchased 2'; acres of land for a
new school site. The building is
to be completed by next August.
A special ceremony to dedicate
this new property will be heid
Sunday, at 10:30 a.m.. at the new
school site. NE 215th Street and
24th Avenue. North Miami Beach
The dedication is open to the pub-
lic. Rabbinical and synagogue
ieaders. Federation executives and
local and federal government of
ficials including Rep. Bill Leh
man will participate in the cere-
mony.
Sen. Sherman Winn. a Hillel
parent and member of its Board
of Governors will introduce the
dignitaries, which will include
Mayor James Reardon of North
Miami Beach, and Mayor Jack
Spiegel of Hallandale. Rabbi Dov
Bidnick, pimcipai. will deliver the
invocation.
The dedication takes place at an
auspicious holiday, Sukkoth, The
Feast of Tabernacles. Hillel has
had two tabernacles or temporary
dwellings. The first, at 1725 Mon-
roe St., Holiywood. saw the incep-
tion of the Hillel Community Day
School in September. 1970. Hillel
opened with 92 students and
grades kindergarten through sixth.
Another year at this location saw
the addition of a nursery and sev-
enth grade.
With the guidance of Hilled
first president. Dr. Joel B. Den-
nis, a North Dade orthopedic sur
peon. Hillel branched out to serve
Temple Judea Anniversary
Ball Scheduled Saturday
Temple Judea of Coral Gables'
will celebrate the beginning of its |
eighth year at 5500 Granada Blvd.. I
Coral Gables Saturday.
The consregation and their
friends will join in the annual "An-
niversary Bali" in the social hall
at 7 p.m. for an evening of food,
entertainment and dancing. A re-
ception will precede the banquet.
(the Orthodox, Conse: vative, and
Reform .Communities oi North
'Dade and South Broward.
The school moved to North
Dade in September 1972. where it
is now in its second year. A motel
located at 21288 Biscayne B.
was completely renovated into
nodern air-conditioned cia-~
looms. A trailer now houses of-
fices for the rabbi, executive di-
rector, and secretaries. A kitchen
and dining room was installed to
serve hot. kosher, meat lunches
daily. New playground equipment
was erected, a library and art
room formed, and swimming les-
ions given to the nursery through
eighth grades in a beautifully ren-
ovated pool which meets all
safety regulations.
The new Hillel building which j
will be completed for the start of j
its fifth year will serve as the
gateway to Jewish education in
North Dade and South Broward
Counties. Hillel has a fleet of six
buses bringing its 140 children
from as far as Tamarac, Planta-
tion and Ft. Lauderdale.
Participating in the dedication \
will be Michael Scheck. Hillels
new president, and Dr. Joel B.
Dennis.
Marshall Baltach. executive di-
rector, announced that a building
fund campaign will begin shortly
with Dr. Joel Dennis serving as
building fund chairman, and Irv-
ing Cirulnick as campaign whip
Chairman of the site and develop
ment committee is Leonard
Schreiber: Phillip Pearlman is the
aichitect for the new building.
That famous fresh taste!
SUNSHINE
KRISPY CRACKERS
UNSALTEDTOPS



Sunshine
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No cracker can beat the taste of Sunshine Krispy Crackers
the name for fresh crisp flavor from childhood memory.
You'll cut down on salt with these unsalted-top crackers.
Never miss it, they taste so good. Stay that way because
stacks are double-wrapped with the stay-krisp reclosable
plastic bag to keep crackers firm and Krispy-fresh. Perfect
for cheese and fish toppings. Or a delicious nosh, as is.
STRICTLY KOSHER PARVE K c
RS MEANS RABINMCAL SUPERVISION
"Chef "calls it Ravioli
bui
momma
calls it
ftreplach
So what's the difference so
long as it's delicious? The
taste of Chef Boy-Ar-Dee*
Cheese Ravioli is enough
to make your mouth water.
Just like Kreolach with
zippy cheese in the middle,
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee* Ravioli
Is simmered in thick to-
mato sauce and more
cheese for real Italian
ta'am. And at about 20* per
serving it's the best buy in
mechayehs this side of
Roma. -
Soft
and
spreadabie
even when
ice cold!
PHILADELPHIA WHIPPED CREAM CHEESE
BRAND
TRY WHIPPED
PHILADELPHIA CREAM
CHEESE WITH ONION,
WITH CHIVES, WITH
PIMIENTO, WITH
SMOKED SALMON
ALLTHESE
XRA1T PHILADELPHIA WHIPPED CREAM CHEESES
CERTIFIED KOSHER
The one and only with that
matchless Philadelphia flavor
Boon to the busy balabosta: the luscious spread that pops out o'
your refrigerator whipped-creamy-fluffyready for instant
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B'nai BVitli Foundation Dinner
ih
m f
onoimg j 1 or H&U Set Dec. 2
Plai ire i i |3
Uon for the "Gold i Din-
m : ,1: Ba B'rith
Fi ., i of I
* ild Dec. 2 al
I lini I li au Ho '. I d H
gp' al i halrman, h i u noum ed.
Miami Boach Mayor Chuck Hall
wi ; Pec ive I le -are Gold li
lion Humanitarian v.vard for his
loaders1' i in iany i activities
and | hi] inthro] ii on this i
sion.
The proceed.-, of the 312"i-a-plate
din.. ked for the
B'nai B'nth Youth Services of the
United States. Through these
Youth .Services. B'nai B'rith sup-
ports cultural, religious and civic
ritief for young people. The
liiliel Foundations on some 280
college campuaes in tiie United
Sta'os serve tens of thousands of
Jewish > in iters every year.
Tne B'nai B'rith Youth Organ-
ization has become a major fac-
tor for teenage Jewish youth by
giving them identity and program-
ming. AU Jewish youngsters, re-
gardless of r: ligioue affiliation and
of whether their par-
ents are membi rs ai B'rith
or not, are inviu d t" join.
"Both the B'nai B'rith Hillel
is and the B'nai
ftj i bi of active -i rvi .;
1.0 rid thi Jubilee year
i ii ant. L
J ui Ireds ol thi usands ol
ve had the guidai ce and care
B I r. ith Foundation in
period. ificanl to nol
B nai B'rith has under-
taken this ia k as a service for the
rewish people, and in so doing,
helped to strengthen Amerii a.
Mr. Hollo said that the dinner-
ball will be a celebration of the
Jubilee year for fliilel and that
a unique program is being planned
inder the chairman hip of .lack
n. Levin, a m< n b oi the Gold
Coast Lodge ol B'nai B'rith, who
try marked his 75th birthday
with a celebration a1 which he was
honored b>- the Motii n Picture In-
lustry, inii rnatioi al Variety Club,
State i.i Israel Bonds and the Anti-.
ition Lea,ii" of B'nai B'rith.
i Levin is ... o the i hairman of,
thi South Florida level ipment
. ommitt i oi the B'nai B'rith
ndatl n.
on the immittei
s .ir. Veil N i i, pto
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rub'.iciti and ents, i rid
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Commissioner who is acting as
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Dinner committee making plans for Dec. 2 testimonial hon-
g Mayor Chuck Hall included (from left to right) Alfred
Goldin, national Hillel Commissioner; Jcc!< H. Levin, pro-
giam chairman; Jo Nell Nilsson, publicity and arrange-
ments chairman, and Ted Hollo, general chairman ci the
event.
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president of E. J. Scheaffer & Associates. Also ree'ected
were Barry Segal, vice president-treasurer, and Al Elias,
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Friday, October 12, 1973
Marvin Stonlierg Named Chairman Of
Belli Sholoni-Israel Dinner of State
Marvin E. Stonbers has been
tamed chairman of the 1973 Tern-
tie Beth.SholpovIsrael Pinner pf
be held Sunday. Oct. 28.
.H the Seville Hotel
In announcing Stonberg's ap-
itment, Dr. Leon Kronish,
itual leader of Temple Beth
expressed pride in the
ion of "a man who has dis-
cd himsell in his service
f of our congregation, the
i-!i community, and the State
il [srael."
iberg is a director of the
South Florida Chapter of the
. an Friends of the Hebrew
, rsit) cochairman of the Ac-
tints Division of the Greater
. mi Jewish Federation, and a
i,f the B'nai B'rith Scopus
;e in Miami.
\ partner in the accounting
v. ilson, Stonberg, Radler and
mpany, Stonberg is a member of
h the American and Florida
Institutes of Certified Public Ac-
,i, tants.
' Hahbi K onlsh also announced
thai Can R. Gerson will serve as
I ustees Chairman, and Sisterhood
iident Mrs. Irving E. Miller will
Guardians chairman. James S.
MARV1K STONBERG
Knopke is president of the Temple
Beth Sholom congregation.
This year's Temple Beth Sholom
Israel Dinner of State will pay-
tribute to Sandy and L. Jules
Arkin. who will receive the State
of Israel Masada Award.
Miami Chapter of Hadmsah
Schedules Education Forum
o
Tuesday is the day designated
the Miami chap' r of Hadassah
r Education Forum to be held
nium of the Washing-
i Federal, 690 NE 187th St.,
I to a m.
The education vice presidents
pi the 27 groups comprising the
Miami Chapter, under the leader-
ship ol Molly Lewis, chapter edu-
n vice president, arc complet-
ng plans for a diversified pro-
gram.
The theme, "From Adam's Rib
ta Women's Lib." will highlight
the role of the Jewish woman from
Biblical limes to the present with
special emphasis in the field of
education.
The morning session will fea-
nirc educator Ab aham J. Gittel-
son. associate director of the Cen-
tral A [ency for Jewish Education
of Greater Miami.
The guest speaker for the after-
noon session will be Mrs. Max
Schenk. immediate past president
of National Hadassah.
Participating on the dais will
be Helen Weisberg. president of
the Florida iiegion of Hadassah.
and Ellen Mandlcr, president of
the Miami Chapter of Hadassah.
Volunteer Aides Needed At Cedars
Adults and students 18 and over |
are urgently needed as volunteer
aides at Cedars of Lebanon Health
Care Center. Husband and wife
earns are also welcome.
"There is a special need for bi-
lingual help, people who can speak
both Spanish and English, to do-
mic four hours of their time each
laj to assist our patients." said
Gerrl Panerali, director of
olunteers.
They will be assigned to de-
ill mail and tlowcrs to patients,
n-rtte letters, and help with the
Dkmobile and gift cart. Assist-
re is also needed in the Gift
Insurance Firm
Honors I.oeal Men
Two representatives of the
;{ng< i s Miami and southeastern
irida general agency of Nation-
al Life Insurance Company of
Vermont hold distinctions in the ]
firm's 1973 (15thi President's
Club.
Gerald R. Falick is in the
group's "Top 50," ranking 14th
among the entire 378 members
countrywide. Keith \V. Loring,
Chartered Life Underwriter, is one
f onlj IB eharter-and-continuing
nembers, having belonged to the ,
nice il was begun in 1956
lanlzation now has an 18-
mth qualifying period).
Shop and at the Information Desk."
Volunteers receive complimen-
tary luncheons while at the hos-
pital, and students receive cita
tions of appreciation which are
entered into their school person
nel record.
Persons interested in becoming
volunteers, either individually or
as a team." are invited to call
Mrs. Panerali from 9 to 5 daily, at
the hospital.
Cedars is located at 1321 NW
14th St.. in the Civic Center, and
can be reached easily by bus oi
car.
Financial Federal
Showcase Concert
Selierfnled Sunday
The .enthusiasm ol youth com
, binc%.wlth the steady hand of gxpe-
rience for an evening of entertain-
ment Sunday when four aspiring
DiUatcums perform with the Senior
Symphony of Miami for a total of
s:!.5C0 in scholarships in the first
innual Financial Federal Show-
case competition.
The free conceit will be held at
the Miami Beach Auditorium at 8
p.m.. with the winner receiving a
l '00 scholarship and the runncr-
ip taking home $500. In addition.
i.l four finalists receive grants of
5250 each.
Competing will be Marilyn L.
Maingart, > Miami native current-
ly studying at the Philadelphia
Musical Academy, flute: Ian Sha-
pinsky of Hempstead, N.Y., piano:
Mikki Carla Shiff. Coral Cables,
voice: and Stephen Staikman.
Tampa, violin.
Some of the top names in South
Florida music circles have been
chosen as judges for the competi-
iion. They include Drs. William
Lee. E. Crabb, and Philip Fink,
who head the Schools of Music at
the University of Miami. Florida
Atlantic University and Florida
International University, respec-
tively; Glen Young, presid it of
Local 806. American Federatioi
Musicians, Wesl Palm Bea
rhelma \ wman, music i il
ne Palm Beach Post; !
Mana Zucca, well known local
music instructor; b
once I n aster, Tampa Symph
Iheodoie Saidenberg. ji .
luiliiard School of Music,
Maria Luise Leeds mi mh r of I
vocal faculty of Univers tj I Mi-
ami, Florida International Unh sity and Miami-Dade Community
College.
Agudath Aehini
Announces Slate
Congregation Agudalh Achim,
which adjoins Star Lakes Con-
dominum at 19255 NE 3rd Ave..
conducts morning and evening
services daily as well as Friday
evening and Saturday services.
The Orthodox congregation, also
known as the 3rd Avenue Hebrew
Religious Community Center, Inc..
has announced its officers for the
coming year.
Leading the congregation dur-
ing 197374 will be Sol Arluk.
president; Sam Kreshov er. \. i
president: living A. Reisch. treas
urer; Philip A. Zelevansky. secre
tary; Paul Seaman, William Ehren
worth and William Schockett. ga
bia. and Edward Edwab. sexton.
Mayer Labovic Paul Seaman and
Harry Karp are past presidents.
At the big champagne party honoring new members of
Cedars of Lebanon Health Care Center Auxiliary, are Mrs.
Cherie Fox (left) and Mrs. Sandy Sparber, cochairmen of
the social. Over 130 persons attended the event, held in
the new auditorium of the South Building. Speaker was
; ital president
HELP ISRAEL NOW
BY GIVING TO THE
an Red Magen David
>r Israel, Representing
Israel's Official Red Cross
And Civil Defense Agency
$100,000 SEEDED
IMMEDIATELY FOR THE
COL. MARCUS BLOOD BASK
American Red Magen David Hqs.
at Greater Miami Hebrew Academy
2400 Pine Tree Drive., Miami Beach
Telephone 532-6421 TODAY!
SAMUEL REINHARD, State Chairman
DAVID COLEMAN, Miami Beach Chapter President
THE SOUTH FLOl CHAPTER
AMERICAN TECHNION SOCIETY
Three other associates of gen
1 agent Edward C. Rogers,
C.L.U., also have won 1573 dub
ncmbersbip, with itt eligibility to
ttend its current educational con-
leMuac* ia Acapuko. Mexico: They
rt f Hw-ry Smith, Herbert R.
Iln ami Howard F. Scott.
ho have earned the elirb and
eoaJcjfflcc honors in their fiiit
WMi* itt eligibility.
Ill
IN SUPPORT OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITY EFFORTS TO BRING
AID TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL DURING THIS EMERGENCY,
HAS CANCELLED A NUMBER OF EVENTS INCLUDING THE
BREAKFAST-MEETING SCHEDULED AT THE HOME OF MR.
AND MRS. SIDNEY POLAND ON SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14tk
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Friday, October 12, 1973
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Chess addicts from through-
out the state will be descending
on the Surfside Plaza and Board-
walk Plaza Hotels to seek the
title of Florida Chess Champion
:n the state's largest chess tour-
nament Oct. 27 through Nov. 3,
according to tournament direc-
tor F. B. Fi rrandiz of Port Char-
lotte. The Florida Chess Con-
gress offers a top prize of S400.
& tfr The Graduate Club, a social-
civic organization for single guys
and gals in their twenties and
thirties, will celebrate its sec-
ond anniversary Sunday evening
with a 7:30 p.m. "wine tasting"
at the Green Dolphin Restau-
rant, Miamarina on the Bay.
Belly dancer Neijma will be
the attraction at Single Parents
Oi Miami Beach's meeting Wed-
nesday at 8:30 p.m. in the VVash-
i [ton Federal Bank Bldg. Mi-
ami Beach. All unattached men
. I women ages :24 to 50 are
invited to attend. The group also
,i cocktail party in the
Loui Philippe Room of the Fon-
nebleau Hotel Friday. Oct.
at 9 p.m.
.
Dr. Roch Mirabeau is thi new
direct of the Division o! Hu-
: Miami Da le Commu-
o I. ge, North ( an is. His
titment, effective immedi-
ate .y, was announced by Dr. M.
Duane Hansen, campus vice
president. Dr. Mirabeau comes
_u iliami Dade from Southei n
Univi rsity, Baton Rouge, La.,
wii. he has ben professor ;>f
and dean of
,. e Junior Divisl n ince 1961.
For the first program in a
.. b ries from WPBT and for
the first time on television,
Governor and Mrs. Rcubin As-
kv will be seen together at
"
Judges' Assn.
Appoints Lantz
Judge Constantine P. Lantz, Sen-
ior Judge of South Miami Munici-
Bl Court, has been appointed
man of the subcommittee on
.iiiiij.n Procedures tor Juveniles
by the American Judges' Assn.
Judge Lantz has been author-
ized to gather information on the
cunout problems of juvenile of-
fenders in the State ol Florida
and to present recommendations
for statutory changes to the Amer-
ican Judges' Association and the
Florida Legislature.
Judge Lantz will organize a sub-
committee on Criminal Procedures
for Juveniles, which will assist
him in this vital area. The coin-
mittee's first meeting will be held
in October.
The following leaders of the
community have been invited to
serve on this committee:
lu.in. Donald E. si...... .lujip Bid-
.; .\i Woaver. Judae WUUam
OladHlone, -*"'- Tvonne Burhh !.
ur,;1v Sh-Hhh... Sh.riff K. Wltoon
i-". Allan BlveratHn Baq.. Df; ?'.',*
i: Mutter. Public Dfn Hubbard. Or. Bdwln Shirl.y. Mr*
Alhalie Kaiw. MJ<-hwl >>>*
.MUm i- Bean tVBulllvan '">" """
AJ Congress Meeting
Opens New Season
Golda Meir Chapter, Women's
Division, American Jewish Con-
gress, will have its first open
meeting of the season on Tuesday
at 12:30 p.m. at the Seasons South.
The program will feature a re-
view of "The Temple" by Arkady
Leokum given by Sophie Primak.
Hostesses for the meeting are
Nellie Fisher and Ceil Sroelov.
their home in the Florida man-
sion in "Jeanne Wolf With Gov-
ernor and Mrs. Rcubin Askew,"
Friday, at 9 p.m. on Ch. 2. The
hour-long special was filmed in
Tallahassee and includes an in-
terview with the Governor
staged in the garden patio of
the mansion and a tour of the
state rooms and the private
family loom of the Askews.
ft #
A continuing series of shows
by out-tanding regionally and
nationally known artists will be
a major attraction at Jefferson
National Bank at Kendall, 9600
X. Kendall Dr. Stuart S. Boro-
vay, curator of the Miami Mus-
-um of Modern Art. will serve
as curator of ail shows at the
bank.

The United Cerebral Palsy As-
sociation of Miami will conduct
its second annual Walkathon Sat-
urday. Oct. 27, accordin t.> a.
Anthony Noboa, president. Nick
Buonicontl, middle linebacker for
the Miami Dolphine, and Maur-
ice A. Ferre, Miami businessman
and civic leader, have been se-
lected as cochairmen for the '7:i
Walkathon.
Sand} Rubinstein, president of
the Leagui ".' w om -n Vot
Metro-Dado Count v, will pe
Barrj Cou\ .' Thursday eve-
ning, Oct. 18. Mrs Rubinstein is
.1 guest lecturer for (lie course
entitled "The Many Lives of
Women."
The Miami Chapter of the Flor-
ida Kn^in. i. Society was to
hold its monthlj m a '"iiurs-
day. at 8:15 p.m. in the Oupont
Plaza Mia"' Miss Virginia Sheri-
dan, chairman of the Miami si-
erra Club, was to speak on
"Working Together for a Better
Environment."
State Rep. Elaine (iordon < D-
Dist. 98) was honored for her
leadership on behalf of women
twice in as many days last
week, 'i*!ie Brsl occasion, on
Wednesday, was the presenta-
tion of the "Woman of the Year
Award," by the Dade County-
Business & Professional Wom-
en's Club. The second, on Thurs-
day, was a citation for "Leader-
ship in Women's Concerns," pre-
sented at the official opening of
the Women's Institute at Flor-
ida International University.
Making the presentation was
FIU president Charles Perry.
Tuesdays Become
'LearaJns' At
j Beth Torah
Tuesdays will become "Learn-
j Ins" at Beth Torah Congregation,
, North Miami Beach, when the In-
stitute for Adult Education com-
mences next week.
Registration for the many stim-
ulating courses will be held from
9:30 to 10:30 a.m.. followed by
guest lecturer Rabbi Sol Landau
I of Beth David Congregation, ac-
j cording to Mrs. Jeanette Harman.
chaiiman of the Adult Education
I Committee.
The opening session for the
weekly classes has been sched-
uled for Tuesday, Oct. 23. The fol-
lowing courses will be offered: ;
The Bible and the World Today, j
The Great Religions, Elementary"
Hebrew. Conversational Hebrew.
Conversational Yiddish, Sounds of
Shabbat and the Holidays, and
Philosophy of Jewish History.
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz and Rabbi
Norman Mussman will be assisted
by four instructors in the Adult
Education Institute: Miss Aviva
Adika. Mrs. Mordchai Neeman,
Mrs. Max Steinfink and Cantor
Jacob Mendelson.
All classes are open to the en- j
tire community as well as mem- j
bers of the congregation. For fur-1
ther information, contact the Beth J
Torah school office.
Self Improvement Through Creative
Modem Movement At Beth Am
Poldi Orlando will teach "Sell
Impiovement Through Creative
Movement" at next Wednesday's
brunch sponsored by the Sister-
hood of Temple Beth Am in the
emple's youth loum'e. The affair
is schedulvd to start at 10 a.m.
Trained in ballet dancing in
Vienna, Poldi has been a teacher
jf bailet and contemporary mod-
jrn dance at Barry College, the
University of Miami and Miami-
Dade Community College. She has
been a dance therapist at Ciippled
Children's Society, Jackson Me-
morial Hospital, and has conduct
ed modern movement creative
woikshops as well as her own
.lance studio in Miami.
Poldi will teach classes in cre-
ative modern movement ever;
Monday at 9:o0 a.m. in the temple
ocial hall, beginning Oct. 22. The
classes are being sponsor* '1 by
the Sisterhood.
Toddler sitting will be avail-
able upon request at next week's
brunch; reservations are required.
Program vice presidents are
Flo Birchansky and Gerry Legow.
Assisting them are Irene Zif:.
Miriam Schaffer, Alice Mannheim-
r. Rose Potluck, Sandra Rudnlph.
Helen Cohen, Barbara Mintz and
Pat Bayer.
MICHAEL A. CLE.,.
Michael Clein
Awarded C.L.U.
l)i
esignation
Michael A. Clein, C.L.U., of First
Financial Advisors was awarded
the coveted Chartered Life Under-
writer designation at the National
Conference Exercises of the Amer-
ican College of Life Underwriters
in Philadelphia, Pa., last month.
Mr. Clein, the son ,->f Mr. and
Mrs Ben Clein, has been affiliated
with the First Financial Advisors
for the past nine years and has
been active in the Big Brother
movemi nt.
A past president of the Temple
th Am Brotherhood and ol the
ifoung Married ( ouples Club of
Beth Am, he is a member ol the
Beth Am Youth Committee, Gi
gia Tech Alumni Association, the
Miami and Florida state Life Un-
derwriters Association, and the
Michigan Life Insurance Com-
pany's President's club (for the
past 15 years).
Berliner Names
Committee For
Oct. 25 Banquet
Department of Florida Com-
mander M. Jay Berliner of the
Jewish War Veterans, has an-
nounced the formation of a com-
mittee to Stage a banquet in south
j Florida in honor of JWV's nation-
; al commander Ainslee R. Ferdie
of Coral Gables.
Members of committee are
Michael Schechtcr. Irvin Stein-
berg. Ralph Rosolsky. Leo Slach-
ter, Jack Bcrman. Arthur A. Sele-
van. Norton Leff, James Stern.
Edwin Feibelman. Maurice Wein-
man, and Leon Silverman.
First meeting of the committee
will take place at the North Miami
Beach Post bldg., 15947 NE 19th
PL, Wednesday, Oct. 25, at 8 p.m.
Jewish community leaders cf Morion Towers and the Jew
ish National Fund, conferring on plan; ic: the S.ilurday,
Nov. 17, Morton lowers JNF dinner-dance to bo held at
the Fontainebleau Hotel where Mrs. Celia Rosenberg i
Mrs. Frieda Toboy will be honored include (from lefl M
i Mrs. Emonuel Mentz, Frieda Houl Frieda Tcbey, Is-
rael Hartson, Abraham Ounhut, Louis Aronscn and Judge
Zev W. Kogan.
SaUPTUItt
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Friday, October 12. 1973
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MR. ond MRS. NYMAN MARGO'.IS
Mr. and Mrs. Nyman Margolis are celebrating their Golden Wed-
ding anniversary Sunday. They will attend services at Congregation
Anshe Emes Saturday morning and will Iv honored at the Kiddush.
Sunday afternoon they will be
feted at the home of diushter
Sylvia and son-in-law Bernard
Weiss. Guests will receive ceramic
souvenirs, made by the honoree
and her grandchildren. To go back
to the beginning, the Kassels lived
near the Margolis family, so Gussie
(Kassel) and Nyman have known
one another almost all their lives.
Propinquity worked once again and
they were engaged in Dec. 1920.
waiting until Oct. 14, 1923 to be
married thi way i; used
continue I to
Brooklyn, and
of three 1 ve!y dauj h s
evi t born, Irma, n Ilyman
Glas They have two son \ and
Roger, and i \ <.
I! 1.1: and Murr 13 Val
'rvi ; ; !,: 1; ird W iss,
tfiami home, have three sons, Larr
wani and Barn
in J ta! es I ison > in
with her tl ardenl fa 1
< 1 dream 1 1 te, so
for Ihe pasl five yean. In the north. -;
members of Agudath Achem and the Jewish War Veterans, v
National Gut N .. Nym rides every day en his bike
fc> Minyon at Anshe Emes where Rabbi 1, Marshall Taxay ii spiritual
leader, and "for a change of pace'- also attend Temple Zion. where
Rabbi Norman Shapiro holds forth. They are aI 2nd attend Hcbre". classes in the evening preparing for their third
trip to Israel. GllS makes ccrnmies and cooks marmalade, highly cov-
eted gifts for her many friend? and relatives. Also here for the mile
.''one occasion will be Gus's sister. Rose, and her spouse, Abe Sobel,
cf Brooklyn.

A first grandchild, a son, Joshua Orion Glanzer, for Cantor and
Mrs. Ben Grossherg of North Miami Beach. Born this summer, the
little one's parents are Judy (nee Grossberg) and John Glanzer of
Boynton Beach. The glamorous grandmother, known professionally as
Terry Ross, is entertainment director at the Lida Spa. In addition to
being a magnificent singer. Ten-y will be appearing in the play, "A
Funny Thing Happened to Me on the Way to the Forum," opening Sat
urday at the Hollywood Playhouse.

Mrs. Edward I.ukin of Miami Beach on the receiving end of con-
gratulations from her coworkers at Mount Sinai Medical Center and
her many friends. Daughter Carol Ann married Colin Joseph Carl in
Houston, Tex., Sept. 23.

U.S. Air Fore Capt. Steven Kleid, son of Mrs. Blanche Kloid
1600 West Ave.. has received the Bronze Star Medal at Vance AFB
Okla. Capt. Kleid was cited for meritorious service as chief of infor-
mation for the 388th Tactical Fighter Wing at Koral Royal Thai AF3.
Thailand. He now serves at Vance AFB as chief of information for the
71st Flying Training Wine, a unit of th" Air Training Command. A
1953 graduate of Miami B r H gh School, he earned B5 nnd
MS degrees in speech at Florida State University. The captain is a
member of Phi Eta Si?ma and Phi Mu Alpha. His wife, Adele, Is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Ganis, Brooklyn.

S/Sgt. Sidney Caplan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert CwUn. 1074
SW 47th St., has received the U.S. Air Force Commendation Medal a'
Homestead AFB, Srt. Caplan. a radar technician, was cited for meritori-
ous service at MeCIellan AFB. Ca!if. He now sorves at Homt?ad as
an F-lCfi Delta Dart fire contrrl systems technician with a unit of the
Aerospace Defense Command. His wife, Betty, is the daughter of Mrs.
Sofie Mires. Perry. Fla.
Members c: the Planning Cc i'tee oi
Sreal
hi (standing" Mrs. M. 1
:, c _ivi rtisii g chairm.-.:, Mi 1. Dc
meral chairn
Jerrold Goodman; (seated) Mrs. Milton G
lent cf J I; J mes 3. Ki
...
b's executive S9ci
Shewn planning the program cf the new
Cantorial Prep School are, from left to right,
(f'rst rcw) Rabbi Shimon Azulay, Judaica
High School coordinator; Cantor Eleazar
Bern tein; Herbert 3srger, exscutive director
c: the Central Agency for Jewish Educe
Ccn'.or Zvi Ad!er, instructor in the Preo
S:hcoI; (second row) Cantor Ian Al
School cocrdinatcr; Ger.e Gxeenzweig
director of Youth Programming, CAJE; Ca::
lor Irving Shulkes, president, Cantors Assn.,
I nto: Jcccb Mendelsohn, Prep School
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M.B. Chapter of Hadassah
Myrtle Wreath Award
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah myrtle wreath award and mem-1
bership tribute will be held at the \
Miami Beach Auditorium Monday,
at 1 p.m. Mrs. Max Schenk. im-
mediate past president of Nation- j
al Hadassah. will be the honored '
guest. Invitations are extended to
lift members and 1973-1974 paid-!
up members.
Royal Maccabees Group is meet-
ing at the Financial Federal, 855
Washington Ave., Monday at 8
p.m. Mrs. Clara Landy is program
vice president. Mrs. Irene Birn-
baum will preside.
Triton Towers Group is mee'ing
at Triton Hail Tuesday noon. Mrs.
Sanford Jacobson, education vice
president of the Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah will be guest
speaker. Mrs. Jacob Deitsch will
be chairman of the day. Mrs. Mor-
ris Winawer will preside.
Natanya Group is meeting at
Winston Towers Auditorium, 250
174th St., Tuesday at 12:30 p.m.
Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, president of
the Miami Beach Chapter of Ha-
dassah. will be guest speaker. Mr--.
Molly Lipsky will preside.
Dr. Wolf \lh mU
Capital Confab
Dr R bert M. Wolf, chairman
>l the South FtOrida Conference
3n Soviet Jewry, was a participant
in the fourth annual conference of
che Union of Councils for Soviet
Jews last month in Washington,
D.C.
Some 5'J pe.sons representing'
Soviet Jewry groups from coinmu- '
nities across the United States at-'
ended the conference which fea- >
lured workshops on community j
involvement, legislative activity,
media contact and communication
with Soviet Jews.
During the conference, the
?roup heard reports on the prog-.
ress of the Milis-Vanik/Jackson I
legislation from Mark Talisman,;
assistant to Congressman Charles
Vanik and Richard Pel, assistant
to Sen. Henry M. Jackson.
Pythian Auxiliary 196
Ladies Auxiliary, George Gersh-
win Lodge No. 196, Knights of
Pythias, has slated a meeting for
Monday at 8 p.m. in the Surfside
Community Center. Mrs. Sam Ho-
rowitz and Mrs. Frances Gans are
members of the presidium.
The first of 22 Chevrolet Service Department achievement
awards was given to Luby Chevrolet, Inc. of Miami. Con-
gratulations are extended to C. Z. Wisenbaker (center) serv-
ice manaaer, by R. R. Laing, area service manager for the
Chevrole: Motor Division, Jacksonville Zone. Accepting the
award for Luby Chevrolet is Don Zern, (left) general man-
ager.



Friday, October 12. 1973
Leslie Cohen,
Charles Youse
Wed Oct. 7
The former Leslie Eileen Cohen
and Charles Henry Youse IV ex-
changed marriage vows Sunday,
Oct. 7. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard
officiated at the 6:30 p.m. cere
mony held at the Barcelona Hotel
where a reception in hjnor of the
newlyweda followed
The bride i= the daughter of Mrs
Arlene R. Cohen, 8610 S\V 103rd
A\e.. and Herbert E. Cohon oi
Central Florida. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs
Charles Youse, 8190 S\Y 63rc! Ave
For her wedding, the bride ivoi
a gown of eeru silk or^anzn in
the empire style trimmed with
beadod Alenmn lac?, and a fl lor
She carried .: bouquet
cf baby's breath.
nth S i
Diana i
< 'i Y mse
Shchy Glantz.
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Levys To Receive Masada Award At Emanu-El Dinner
Friends of Davida and Harry A.
(Hap) Levy will gather Saturday
evening at the Fontainebleau He
tel. to pay tribute to them when
'.hey receive the State of Israel
Masada Award at the annual Tem-
ple Einar.u-F.l L:ael Dinner of
State.
Tile Masada Award was c e:itect
by the worldwide Israel Bond Or
ganization in recognition of out-
standing leadership and notable
achievement in service to the Jew-
ish community and to Israel.
Distinguished gue. t for the fes-
tive dinner dance will be Anibas
sador David Rivlin, Consul Gen-
eial of Israel in New York.
Herbert Buchwald is chairman
of the gala affair; Alvin Malnik
is chairman of Tiustees and Dave
* B. May, Guardians chairman. Mur-
ry and Helens Koretzky are serv
1 ing as Host Committee chairmen,
'with Margie and Irving Cowan as
Reception Committee chairmen.
Mu ic for dancing will be pro-
vided by the celebrated Lenny
Dawson Society Orchestra.
MRS. CHARIES H. YOUSE IV
Th er

iy, Ocl
'holography Exhibition
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Bet >ho
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Card Ann Lukin.
Colin Jos. Carl
Wed in Texas
The former Carol Ann Lukin
and Colin Joseph Carl exchanged
rriage vows on Sunday. Sept.
23. with Rabbi Je>ry Sherman per-
forming the morning ceremony.
The nuptials were held at the
home of the bridegroom's mother.
Mrs. Urbane S. Carl, in Houston,
Tex., where a luncheon followed.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs Edward Lukii of Miami
Beach and the late Mr. Lukin.
The new Mrs. Carl has a BA
degree from Brandeis University.
a diploma from the University of
Grenoble in France and attended
the Institute Etudes Politique. She
is now doing graduate work in
government a' the University ot
'lixas in Austin.
The bridegroom earned a BA
, gree n gna cum laude. from
rvard Unive i md gradu-
tj of T
School of Law, \\ i-
ssistant to the Attor-
of Texas.
e in A istin.
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* Pioneer Women
Group Meetings
Aviva Chapter of Pioneer Wom-
en wi hold r .. ar meetin
at now : the wash-
833 NE 167th
Mrs. Rae Sandleburn, P
chairman, will present a holiday
program featu ing a chi ral group
under the direction cf Mrs. Fran-
ces Conn.
Mrs. Matie Weintraub is pub-
licity chairman for A viva Chap-
ter.
Kinneret" Chapt-1 of H"*"
Women will celebrate Sukkoth at
its regular meeting on Sunday at
]2:30 p.m. at the Washington fed-
eral, 1133 Normandy Dr.
Mr. Seigel will talk on traditions
and customs of Sukkoth and also
present a demonstration and sale
of Israeli food products.
Leah Napurst, president, will
conduct the meeting.
JEWISH-CUBAN FAMILY
will rent sunny, airy ****
room $30 wk. with rcfrio
without. Private entrance, rear
parking. Daily Cleaning. Far non_
drinking employed gentleman. 517
SW 15th Ave.
Howard J. Hirschfield, C. L. U.
DUPONT PLAZA CENTER
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33131
has completed all the requirements t<> be certified as- a
Qualifying Member
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1973
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* Jewish fhrktiaw
Friday, October 12. 1973
Youth Advisors and Directors
Convene Under CAJE Auspices
Mizrachi Women Meetings
Include An Installation
Participation of their youth
gioups in the Soviet Jewry Sim-
chat Torah Rally, the formation of
.1 seminar program for Youth Ad-
visors, the introduction of the
Akiva High School program and
the establishment of a placement
service for youth advisors, were
highlights of the issues considered
at the first meeting in this com-
munity of Jewish youth advisors
and diiectors of the Greater Mi-
ami area, convened under the
auspices of CAJE.
Herbert Zvi Berger, executive
director of the agency, said that
the gathering of youth directors
and the formation of a variety of
programs on a community-wide
ba i wi re an indication of the in-
creasing Importance of informal
i amming in the overall struc-
of Jewish education, and that
tin combined efforts of Akiva and
aica High Schools of the CAJE,
the synagogue youth movement?,
the Zionist youth organizations,
m?.u the "Y," "ill lead to a great-
|j i ihanced program for Jewish
i wagers throughout the entire
i community.
Hanan Sher, Comn.unity Sha-
. detaiicu .: n of th
Torah I Soviet
Jew:; gl '.:, du afl<
iic on, si the Baj l
limn. He ann i the pro-
gram would inclu
ing ceremony, the I..... hiidren
..ii! Group, a i
.....Soviet Jewry, a proi ession
in pesters, bann i an sim-
ilar to the Hakaljt on Simcha To-
rah. the contacting ol Jews i".
Soviet Russia am! b lef talks u>
teen-agers who had visited Easti i I
Europe this iumme~
Youth directors were urged to
stimulate their m 'mb r.-liip to at-
tend and to send cards and l< I <\
to Congress urging the passing of'
the Vanik-Mids bill, d tnanding
proper treatroi m r Jjws in Rus-
sia before granting most favored
nation status to the Soviet Union.
The rally will have greater
significance because of events in
Austria relating to the closing of
the transit camp at Schonau by
the Austrian government follow-
ing the threat of Arab terrorists,
and by the events ol this week in
the Israel Arab conflict
Gene Greenzwug, director of
Youth Progiamming for CAJE who
chaired the meeting, stressed the
necessity of an oiganized program
oi pie-seivicc and in-service train-
ing for youth advisors.
A subcommittee consisting of
Carl Gussin. regional director of
B'nai B'rith Youth, Vivian Becker,
director of staff at the YMHA.
Hanan Sher and Gene Gieenzweig
formulated a program to be held
during the fourth week of Novem-
ber which will include skill ses-
sions in the me of films, games,
the arts, and many others for the
chapter and club.
The program of the Akiva High
School which is designed to train
Jewish youths for future leader-
ship roles in the America Jewish
community, was explained by
G.cenzweig and Ab aham J. Git-
tcLon, associate director of CAJE.
The program will serve to comple-
ment and strengthen the existing
youth organizations, and teen-agers
will be accepted in the program
inly on the recommendation of
ind continued participation in
heir respective youth organiza
ions.
The Akiva program will serve
o combine formal study partki-
>ation in informal youth program-
ming, knowledge of the American
ifwish community and skills in
eadership techniques to develop
i core of some 40 to 50 teen-agers
vho will be the leadership group
-f the community. Lay and pro-
fessional community leaders will
be participating in the program
is resource people in addition to
he staff of the CAJE.
In addition, the programs of the
udaica High School, the out-reach
Ben-age program of the OViK.
ere desc ibed by Rabbi Shim :n
izulay, hig school coordinator of
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Other matters that were consid-
ered at the meeting were the dis-
tribution of a community youth
activity calendar, listing major
events of each organization.
Attending the meeting were
Rabbi Shimon Azulay, CAJE; Viv-
ian Becker, YMHA; Zvi Berger,
CAJE: Hareen iioitiscn, YMHA:
Oert Bossak. BBYO: Richard Cor-
,eri. Tern,-..' ...enorah: Reuven
Esi.vol, Ha-hachar; Abraham J.
Jitttlson, CAJE: Frank Gladstone,
Temple Isiael. and Gene Green-
iweig. CAJE.
Also Carl Gus.:n. b,;YO; Jerry
Xatz. NCSY: Marty Listowsky,
Temple Sinai, Hollywood; Yoshua
tfeshulach. Aid to Trade for Is
ii Program; Allen Hints, USY;
Rabbi Reuven Lansberg. Beth Is-
ad Mine Pausman, Hashachar;
Janan Sher, Israel Community
Shaliach: .Men Solomon. SEFTY:
Carole Weiner, Temple Beth Sha-
and Sany Zu kind, Tempi*
Mizrachi Women chapters have
scheduled the following events:
On Monday. Oct. 22, at 1 p.m.
in the mezzanine card room of the
Roney Plaza, the Dvorah Chapter
will hold its Succoth party featur-
ing an Israeli travelogue in color
'on the screen. Narrator will be
Jeanne Finkelstein. Florida Coun-
cil Coordinator. Beatrice Fuch*
and Fannie Berg are the presid-
ium,
Shalvah Chapter's membership
function will be hosted by Dana
Herschman at her home, 4430 Pine
Tree Dr.. on Wednesday. Oct. 24
at 8 p.m. Members are invited to
bring a new member. Gail Gordon
is president.
The newly organized Tamara
Chapter of Hallandale and Holly
wood with Mrs. Isidore Yullsh at
the helm, will feature an Israeli
film on Wednesday. Oct. 24 at 1:30
p.m. at Golden Isles South. 42"3
Golden Isles Dr., Hallandale.
Miami Beach Chapter president
Ra^h* i Katz announces the chap
ter installation luncheon >n Sun-
day, Oct. 28, at the Shore Club
at noon. Betty Falk, vice presi-
dent, will be guest of honor, and
Lily Stone, national vice president,
will be the installing officer.
Auxiliary to Fete
Douglas Gardens
Residents Oct. 21
The Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary, Miami Jewish Home
and Hospital for the Aged, will
hold its first monthly birthday
party for the residents of Douglas
Gardens. 151 NE 52nd St., on Sun-
day, Oct. 21, at 2 p.m.
Mrs. Lawrence Silverman, presi-
dent of the auxiliary, will jive the
message of welcome.
A musical pro [ram, I attiring
song stylist, Patrica Ga le, has
been planned by prograi chair-
n, Mrs. Louis Makovsk
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frJirwislh FhrkKsui
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His Stomach Rumbles, But Cy is 'Great9 ^S'mtmntWiii
* for' |d c ii ft indent during
Wbrl i War [I.
While in Germany., he met a
lovely Jewess who was drinking
het If to death. When he a k id
her why, she re! r ed that there
'I much for h t to live for.
ALL HER familv had b e i
murdered by the Nazis, and it
v..-i -i matter i they
would find her. She added that
she had no m mej i e cape, j
imm >diat< ly ti legn h i his r ila-
live to sell th be! ived painting
and son! the m "i-w to him. He
gave it t i the "..:' and she es-
capi d, Con I the paint-
Ipb wi' i on j p i- icssion of
value, it's quit a storj
v. lien l \\ '- first introduced
to Sul bergcr, he t me know
thai he wasn't ha pj to be in-
volved in a semin >r on human re-
1 Hi m- durin |
tion. And one day, 10 days into
the ees-don. 'v ju '' i peared.
He had taken his fishing rod and
was gone without a goodbye to
anyone, including Bill Movers,
moderator of the seminar. But he
left sonic of his notes at his seat.
and a nosy participant read
them. Next to one of the read
inns ho had. not*d: "For every
By BOSE.M.\kVH>*MA\
/ | Sulzberger's stl.
***" rumbles. I suppose it's a
terrible thing to remember first
about the New York limes' for-
eign affairs editor who. three
times a week, writes possibl; the
finest column on world events
thai xist in any newspaper. But
sittinL lie:.' i'i him in a seminar
we shared thai noisy stomach is
what I recall first, That, and his
ind his black-green
serdv sweater thnt he took off
only r co k1 ii! parties, al v
time he substil ited a ba I
fatigue shirt for it.
Cy .s a man if ib ml 60. with
hi in haircut, who
look- every bit his age but in a
very vital kind of
way. He spends lots of time oul
door.-,, was always sneaking
from the up to go trout-fish-
ing in unrevealed streams.
His IDEAL would have been
to spend his life as a forest
ranger. But. based in Paris, his
job has led him to every embassy
and palace in the world (he had
jus) spent a weekend with Presi-
dent Marco in the PhillipinesL
When I asked him to describe
his work, and if be ever worried
that one morn'!!-: he would wake
up with nothing to write about.
he i iswer I with the trace of
patience he brings to silly
que tions
. jolt i- no different from
a ii" driver' He gets up In the
morn i to work and drives
i occur to him
not to do it. and he really doe
i nk :'S ui it. i jusl do my
job. It's just my kind of work.
and it never s< >ms possible th it
l u int do it "
I suddenly fit very foolish
that '.'d ever conceived of a writ
er's Jock. He his this pragmatic
aopr ach to life, and I wasn't
surprised to find that his choice
of great men in his lifetime were
essentially men of action.
AT THL dinner table one
night, someone suggested that
Chairman Mao was an effective
hum:n being, and possibly a
great one. Cy was visibly annoyed
and he answered in the deep, a
bit-too-loud voice he has as a re
suit of his semi-deafness:
"Look, Mao is a murderer. Have
you forgotten the thousands of
people he has put to death? He
is effective in a Machiavellian ,
way, but he is a murderer just Q S|at. JayC6 .Wan!
the same. Anyway, you people Amcrican Savi & oan As.
talk as if great men are born ev- Mi(m hag be(, awarded first
ery minute. Great men are very pJace by Uu, F|ori{|;i Javcccs in
rare; maybe there are two in .^ annua, Spcdiuni Award Con.
1 lest, an award program designed
to recognize business or public
organizations which have per-
formed an outstanding civic serv-
II i wife. Marina, a Greek Or- ice by renovating old or run-down
thodox Catholic, met Sulzberger, buildings.
a j, during the war in Greece. Amcrican s.,vin,,s was honored
and their romance is a wonder renovation of its Oceanside
ful story In itself one of those Bui|(H at Li, (,l|n
r-niirtthins thai involves lUlllied ..... ,__vi_.__\n
Rrsemary Furman (ctnler) at a seminar with C. L. Sulz
b?rgcr (left) and Bill Moyeis, seminar moderator.
pn tl >m th ire's a seminar." Oh
('ear, i thought, WC bad b
him. M prefi rr id the fi ih to a
bunch of fervent idealists.
BUT THEN I rati inalized that
in the 100.0C0 miles he travels
every year, and in t:' im i
interviews hs has along the way.
he gets i nough in i [hi and stim-
ulation to last him thi h a
month of vacation. To him we
had seemed "dc tro" "
Bi t f r ii i, ;-;- rre en :e I int a
tl -i net m tc .' th mghts, When
h i soi:, h; spoke tersely and
with i"' h .o icenti ition. He wa i
never rud
Give Proceeds
i v, h r ol tl e Sha-
ll: H'u In. y }i :,ij,aj-.L In,7
. i ::. mnbun d
h( v.ill di nate a l procee !^
ak.-n in < rdaj
13, between 4 and 10 p.m.. iu
I Ei l-und.
Poultrj
. i. be <' aa
Kosher a i itril ul ir
,i Empin i. i hi i Pou try.
Urman, a native-born Isra I,
[old The .). wish Floridian tl
uad spol i to hi moth t, Yalta
( ; man, in Haifa on Tuei day at
.,.:... ai d al that time u ar
i hers, two '> ol hen in-
. h .tu. n< ph< ws, t\ > ni
ind one son i:e alreadj
n ,;i, l : .,< i ar ned fore
Lunshton Opens Season
i Junior .' uxiliary, Mil mi
never cynical or .Jewish Home and Hospital for t!'e
condescending, always very gra- Aged, has slated it; first lunch-
cious and. while he would not i on of the ni w I a on for Tue day
forgive me if I called him "great," at 12:20 p.m., in the Rub) audito-
rumbling stomach aside, he was rium at Douglas Gardens. Vivian
is a uniquely memorable Lloyd, vocalist, will offei a pro-
man.
e em of sent'-.
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A number of ladies from the Hc!lywccd-Ha'L
recently organized the Tamara Chapter of Mizra men.
Shown at the presentation of its charter durlm
zation's 48th national convention are (from
American S&L Winner
Florence Glazermon, Naomi Lapine, Helen Weinstein, Ger-
Irude Stencil Renee Stern, Edna Lazard, Ethel Shapiro, Bess
Weinetein, Roslyn Kruger, Dota Leftik, Lily Stone, national
\ :c president and Minna Yulish president of the chapter.
Churchill, to my way of thinkin
were great. They're the only
two."
courtships that involves
Road Mall and Washington Ave-
----------,_ Koao man ami nuwus --
meetings and enforced sepaia- ^ ^ .fa Bayside Building
tions and secret coded messages ln aiu, A|)on RoddSi Mi.
for eight months in Jerusalem amj ^^ T|;c awar(, WM gjvcn
tor Marina while she waited toi Florida Javcee's annual eon-
Cy. To add to their frustrations. Jacksonville.
'A Delicate Balance' First
Subscription Series Film
r iu "roX iorence held in Jacksonville,
when they were finally ready,
they could find no one to many
them in Israel since theirs was a
mixed marriage.
IT'S A marvelous plot, and <|ward Albec's "A Delicate
when Marina, who is an extra- Balance.. starrjng Katharine Hep-
ordinary raconteur, tells tM burn paul Scoficid Lee Rcmick.
story, you can see Ingrid Berg- ^^ Rejd Joseph Gotten and
man and Cary Grant running g Rlah. ^ announccd by the
through the Arab quarter into A|11(-jiiin Film Theatre as the in-
st r.r ;o,aT;, J.r cr: .^a, r^ *****
Marina in the steam bath and subscription series in the Greater
have her repeat it to me. I've Miami area n Monday and lues-
discovered by the way, that peo- d (H., 29 and 30.
Die are very vulnerable in steam
baths I'm thinking of conducting Four showings of the film, two
all my interviews in them. 1 just matinee and two evening perform-
have to find a waterproof tape- ^^ are schcduied 0) the fol-
recorder. |oWi,lf, theatres: Gables. Coral Ga-
One of the very best stone. Hialeah: Surf. Mi
SS W -' Wl- IVocae, 'mm ,...,.. n~
bought When he was a very young Miami Beach and in the Fort Lau-
man He adored it keP1 i derdale area the Lakes Six Thea-
with him wherever he went. Southport and Village I thea-
only relinquished it to a rela-
live -hen he went overseas as ">.
American Saving* won Florida Jaycees An-
nual Spectrum Awed icr renovations on
their Oceanside and Bayr.id.o Buildings.
Photo shows left to right, (top) belcie end
after renovations on their Main iOceanside)
Building, at Lincoln Road Mall and Wash-
ington Avenue, and (bottom) bsiore and
alter renovations on their Eiscayne Build-
ing, at Alton and Lincoln Roads. Both build-
ings are located in Miami Beach.
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+. kwteti fhridiTin
Friday, October 12, 1973
Moshe Kol. Israel's Minister of Tourism, rectntly visftbJ
the United States for a series cf meetinas with Israel Gov-
ernment Tourist Office directors. He is shown with Amram
Zur, representative fcr North America (left), and Jacob
Gcien, director of the Southern States Israel Government
Tourist Office (right). The meeting specifically dealt with
mcrecsing Jewish trattic to Israel for the comina new
ve-ar and picmotion cf conventions and incentive tours to
Israel.
Travel to Israel Expected
To B
e
By Special Report
The entire navel industry is
ing up lor what will be the
most heavily advertised promotion
Israel's 25th Anniversary.
!, Goren, diri etor of the Israel
nment Tourist Office, South-
un R has announced.
The cause of all the excitement
Is a oew low cost aii fare which
i) ava table this winter and
which will aliow people to fly
. \, v. i 01 k to Tel A' i\ and
k for S3:;.r..
This Year
Cheaper
making Israel travel a meat value
'his winter is the tact that the Is-
: pound is tied to the lollar.
So when there is a readjustment
m comparative currency value, the
Israel pound i avels in the sanu
direction and at the same rate a?
liar.
in other word." said G i en
"Americans find their money
just as far In i ira< l today as H
e. No need t.> worrj ab >u!
tlie latest reports ';ii the
i hen you are travelling in
1, and there will be no cu
The fare is one of the lowest rencj
j to Israel in u
recently filed with Civil Aero-
El Al Israel
lint a.
THERE ARE restrictions that
go with this airfare that I avel i rs
should bi av c but thej do
not hange the fai I thai this offers
is probabl] oq ol the l)esl
fg ] travel value; In yea -.
The tare will be in i ffeel from
( el 15 to Feb. 2!5 and is valid for
a maximum ten-day nine night
trip to Israel. The specia nature
ol tb fare is evid< i.t when tl is
,o pared with the cos i I a ticket
for a two-week tvinti I >, as il
. on
Last yea i ling to ioren,
the lea
u $414, and I that
. i per per.-",'). I" addi
1 an, the ni v $3
sed C per cent, as were all
oth< r ex
ANOTHER factor inv Ived In
G >p n add d that "You
tat is en ugh
who has h,;-n thinking of mak
an inexpensive trip to IsratL, but
there is -.till more,. One ol the rea-
- ins the Gov rnmerrt ol Israel hafs
bet n prei sing for lower airfi i
and one of the i a ons the hotels
have been offei ing lower cost
packages, Is that in preparation
for the J">th Anniversarj Yeai
placed hi.' emphasis on the
completion of roiel space so we
could accommodate tlie crowds
-.Vow in the post 29th period
thert is a ni ed to keep tho te hi I
room soccupitd until the natural
iverag am th In tout
catches mi with our construction
pace. That could happen very fast,
luriam continues 11 perform
like the rest of the Israeli econo
my, but in tho meantime you can
i of the fact that we
are anxious to increase the num-
i \ tuis in the off-season."
JWV Auxili(iries
Plan Agenda*
The 1 ( f the
ii ; artm -nt ef Florida, Ji
in Ladies Auxllarias
Brown 174: A
; a lj v :';' : llid
linment ru y <
ning, at th
| i I, er St.
CoL David Marcus 746: \ reg-
ular m< i ii fid al thi
SI and
rVedne day, al 8:30
p.m. Florence Wrona, president,
will preside.
Brunch Meeting Sunday To
Launch Cuban Bonds Drive
The Cuban-Hebrew community
of Greater Miami will officially
launch its sixth annual Israel '
Bonds drive with a brunch meet-
ing Sunday at the Fontainebleau I
Hotel. Dr. Pablo Taehmes. presi- j
dent of the combined Cuban-He-
brew congregations in Miami an I
nounced this week.
The Executive Committee and |
Women's Committee of the Cuban
Hebrew Israel Dinner of State will
meet with Dr. Taehmes and Jaime
A. Mitrani. P.E., chairman ol the
dinner, to discuss preliminary
plans for the gala dinner-dance,
which will be held Nov. 10.
Wbmetto Theatres
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Chase Federal
Concert Oct 21
The first of the 1973-74 pro-
jraiiis i !'' -on ,i i>\ ( ua. i' j ederai
d I oan i ii wul
; i. ente I Sum aj 11
it. ;it the Miami Beach Audito-
rium. As in previous seasons, ad-
public.
The program will
eatun imily )]:-
ing,,.: i the Opera Guild ol
, at< M'ami, u i li c the
tion of Warren Broome. The well
mown singers who will perform
nclude Juliette v. ;cano;
LaForge, ( urtis Rayam, RutiuRaf-
fo an,l Morris White. There will
is, duets and quartets to de-
,igbt the listening audience.
Allen Dworkis, president of the
Miami Beach Cultural Society, will
>e chairman of the evening, and
/Valter Palevoda will be master of
ceremonies, giving brief com-
nentarics concernii artists
lid vocal selection.-.
The audience will be welcomi 6
by George W. \ alent ne, vie
I resident of Chase Federal: Mayoi
!:., I will i -' nd
for the City of Wi imi Beach.
conceit will stall at 7:30
.in.: dot is to thi i litorium will
at 6
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The only track of its kind in the
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er'73
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iw*>oa*Bf Ntwwiti.
Cr. Samuel Belkin, celebrating his 30th anniversary as
president of Yeshiva University, receives the New York
City 75th Anniversary Medal ar.d the New York Sere'.',
c! Distinguished Service from Mayor John Lindsay at a
reception hosted by the Mayor and Mrs. Lindsay at Gracie
Mansion the mayor's residence, in New York. Flanking
the mayor and Dr. Belkin arc (M0, Charles C. Bassine, hon-
orary chairman, board of overseers, Albert Ein-tein College
of Medicine, and Max Stern, vice chairman cf the univer-
sity's board cf trustee?, national chairmen of a commenorc-
tive campaign committee spearheading a series of events
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Wednesday, January 23, 1974
Miami Beach Auditorium
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Mon & Sat, March 11 & 16,1 974
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Wednesday, March 13, 1974
Miami Beach Auditorium
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COrtNEUS 0PTH0F. JAMES MORRIS
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Sat & Sat, February 9 & 16,1974
Dade County Auditorium
Wednesday. February 13. 1974
Miami Beach Auditorium
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icy, October 12, 1973
*Jn>i!h 9k rUKHun
Page 13-B
NEY YORK On the sound theory thai the best defense is
self-righteous offensive practiced by wives, husbands, lovers
nd politicians Vie.e President Agnew is mounting an artillery
srrage against his true enemies, false friends and prosecutors.
As it happens. Americans respond to anyone who fights
sck. however forlorn, dubious, or self-interested his cause. It
: part of our adversary approach. We use it in sports, law, busi-
ess, marriage, government.
When Agnew asserts that he won't resign even if he is
Sided, we cheer the far-out statement as if he had struck a
|pw for the purity of his office. We seem to care more for
jignacity than for the processes of justice.
I LIKE a fight, too. especially a last-ditch stand. When the
ets moved from cellar to summit in a few brief weeks, some-
ling in my blood stirred. It is the reversal syndrome We like
reversals, whether the climb to the top or the f:i'l from the
Rights. I don't pretend that everything has to be placid and lov-
in a govrnin.' group. I would rather have the fighting out
the open than the covert, poisonous infighting that clogs the
rridors of power.
But I am not illusion filled about Agnew's cause. He is not
jihting for due process or for the majesty of the law. but quite
ip!v for saving his skin. He is no crusader, but a man in deep
Duble searching for a way out any way.
HE HAS taken a leaf from President Nixon's experience.
d another from the Watereat" hearings. From the President
has learned the art of waiting thincr* out. Perhaps he reasons
|at if Mr. Nixon can be a holdout, why can't he? ("Anything
u can do I can do better")
From th Watergat" hearings he has learned as Enin
f?d Baker have that the people Have anger in them and t'lat
fcre my b" a cvclical reversal which makes the heroes of yes-
^rday the targets of today.
Yet there are things about Agnew's position that won't
ksh It isn't good enough for a Vice President to focus on the
[i;eMion of "leaks" when the real question is his innocence or
jj;t of the charges against him.
You don't mnke the charees vaporize by at^ckinT Henry
etersen as the villian who told Fred Graham of CBS that "we've
let the evidence, we've got it cold." Then when Gralnm says
llearly that he never talked with Petersen. you don't try to
\easel out of your earlier goof by saying that Petersen doesn't
runt but the Justice Department does.
FIGHTING BACK requires some hot and heavv blows, but
his is not the stature we have a right to exnect from a irnn
[ho if he manages to remain in office roisfht at any crisis
poment be required to sit in the Oval Room himself.
One might conclude from Agnew's rhetoric and his moves
set no a defense fund that h is not a man accused bul a
lictrm. If it were true, and the whole business turncl out to be
colossal miscarriage of justice, Agnew's case would rank not
hlh Calhoun's France and with Sacco and Vanzetti's in Massachusetts.
But this stretches even the flabbiest credulity. It hanpens
pet Fred Graham, who reported the Petersen remark (it turns
ut now to have been said, if at all. to Agnew's lawyers in negj-
otions. net to the press), did a filtrate book several years
po on the Warren Court decisions in criminal cases which had
reused considerable popular hostility.
HE CALLED it "The Self Inflicted Wound." It is not a bad
fuase for what seems to be hurting Agnew now: Not the vic-
.nizing by Richardson or Petersen. by the bureaucrats or the
ress, but whatever he had done in Maryland to inflict a wound
himself.
We can't know how serious it was until the legal process
las run its course. What is at stake at this moment is the ques-
i \y political appeals and political means.
He built much of his reputation in recent years by the
|tverity of his law-and order approach.
WAS IT meant to apply only to others-to the blacks and
(he young and the poor, to the hippies, to the helpless, forgotten
U and women who run afoul of the law-and not to the
LPPv few who sit in the seats of power and can hold press con-
ferences and make speeches and rally popular support?
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Proclaimed Here
Gov. Reubin Askew has official-
ly proclaimed October as Kidney
Foundation Month in Florida.
The Florida Kidney Founda-
tion is currently conducting a
statewide drive to acquaint every
person in Florida with the Organ
Donor Program, and encourage
them to sign a card on which they
agree to wil! their kidneys or oth-
er vital organs lor transplant pur-
pose.; after death.
In this way, many people whose
kidneys have stopped functioning
may have kidney transplant sur-
gery instead of depending on a
.lialysis machine the rest of their
lives.
13 ar Mitzvah
Jefferson National Bank In
New Quarters At Kendall
After serving the community
ror 16 months from temporary
quarters, Jefferson National Bank
at Kendall is now in its perma-
nent building located at 9600 N.
Kendall Dr. Designed by Norman
Oilier Associates, the new build-
ing is a departure from the usual
sterile bank decor.
Jefferson National aBnk at Ken-
dall offers full-scale, full-service
banking including safe deposit
and trust facilities. Its senior of-
ficers are Arthur H. Courshon.
chairman and Barton S. Goldberg,
vice chairman and president.
Daniel Zemel Jerome Kaufman
JEROME KAUFMAN
Jeffrey Kaufman and Mrs. Ar-
thur Gilbert announce the Bar
Mitzvah of their son, Jerome J.
Kaufman, at Temple Beth Am on
Saturday, Oct. 13.
Jerome attends Palmetto Junior
High School and is in the eighth
grade. His relicious school educa
lion has been at Temple Beth Am.
and he belongs to li.e Junior
Youth Group there.
Jerome excels in drama, and has
been on the All Star Basketball
Team for two years.
There will be a luncheon at
Kings Bay Country Club following
Lhe services at the temple.
In attendance at Jerome's Bar
Mitzvah will be Mr. and Mrs. Je-
rome J. Kaufman, paternal grand-
parents; Mrs. Irving E. Miller,
maternal grandmother, and Mrs.
Lena Kaufman, great grandmoth-
er. Relatives from Ohio and Cali-
fornia will be participating in this
Miuvah.
? m' &
gahy kaltbaum
Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs Hei"-
Kaltbaum. will observe his
;:..: Mitzvah at Beth Torah Con-
gregation Saturday morning. Oct.
Caiy is in the eighth grade at
John F. Kennedy Junior High
School where he is a member of
the .-undent Council and the Bowl-
ing Club. He is also a student in
the pre-confirmation class of
lieth Torah Harold Wolk Religious
School.
Mr. ana Mrs. Kaltbaum will host
.he Kiddush following the cere-
mony. Among quests will be
Gary's maternal grandparents, Mr
and Mrs. Philip Kleinberg. and his
paternal grandmother. Mrs. Anna
Kaltbaum, all of Brooklyn, NY.
&&&
DANIEL ZEMEL
Daniel Joshua Zemel, son of Mr.
ind Mrs. Herbert Zemel, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah on Saturday,
Jet 13, at Temple Emanu-El.
Daniel has been a student of the
Lehiman Day School since the age
jf five and is now an 8th grader.
The celebrant will be honored
with a Kiddush at Temple Emanu-
fil and a reception at home. His
,-randparents. Mr. and Mrs. Abe
kernel and Mrs. Nita Wesler will
..ttend the event.
Howard J. Hirschfield was
the guest speaker at Yom Kip-
pur services held at the
Hillel Foundation at the Uni-
versity cf Miami. Mr. Hirsch-
field, an active leader of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa
i-on and a director cf the Hillel
Foundation, shared his ex-
periences as a member of the
Combined Jewish Appeal Lead-
ership Mission and participant
in the 1972 Operation Israel
Mission.
Cal Lester will be honored by
the North Miami Beach Lodge
195, Knights of Pythias, Satur-
day as "Knight of the Year."
Knighted in 1970, although he
has never sought any lodge of-
fice, he has been chairman of
numerous committees and is
currently Blood Bank chairman.
Dr. Samuel Proctor, (left), University of Florida professor of
social sciences and histoiy, displays a certificate represent-
ing one cf the highest honors conveyed by the university.
Proctor was named a Distinguished Ssrvice Professor for
outstanding performance in teaching and service to the
state. An advisor to B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, he is a
member of the executive board of the Anti-Defamation
League member of the board of directors of the Jackson-
ville River Garden Hebrew Home for the Aged, and has
served as North Florida director for the B'nai B'rith Youth
Oiganization. Vice president for Academic Affairs Harold
Hanson presented the certificate.
CommiMee from Libertv Social Club. Inc.. presenting check
for $1,000 to the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami.
From left to right are Adolph Kastenbaum, secretary-treas-
urer of the club; Abraham Grunhut, vice president of Jew-
ish National Fund; Max Shapiro, president of the club, and
Judge Zev W. Kogan, president. Southern Region, Jewish
National Fund. The Liberty Social Club is composed of
170 retired culinary artisans fiom New York. They have
been meeting since 1963.
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Friday, October 12. 1973
bituatfes
GREENFIELD
hi s of Burfalde passed au ay
Wednesday, O-l v resident i f
Mlrmi Beach i '" ''
Held iru i' rmi rlj of New >
II caa l former !'. n< mlc R<
btll'atlon Comm'B ...... foi >......)
\ v., under the "N" Deal, and
president of N.Y. Wholesale I-
,,.,, .,, supply Dealers Aaan. He
earned Ma civil engineering dour, e
at C. ......r.- Union in N.V. am!
served m grand chancellor of tne
Arlan I odaje of Knight* of Pythias
in Brooklyn, and was a 32ml do-
Mason. Until recently, he was
-, volunteer fireman In Surfelde.
chairman of the Burfalde tfi"">u-
nlty renter, chairman of the Burr-
Blde Planning and Zoning Commls.
ston, and a m mber of the Florii s
l.....mlng and Zoning Commlssloa
He was still active In civic and
community affairs, serving ai chair-
mnn of the Personnel Anneals or tne
town of Burfalde. aa an active mem-
bar of the Communlts Center com-
mission and the Burfalde and Dade
County Eaecttons < lent. He is aw-
vlred by his wife. -'The Poetess
Ada ilorley Greenfield two daugh-
ters, Mrs Arthur D. (Janice) Weles
of Mlam>. and Mrs. David Uudlth
Morleyl Levitan of Kdyn HarlM-r.
N v ; a son. Dan Moriey or West
port. Conn.j two *" "IrjlJWv"
Kotak -f NY. and Mrs. Pearl Ab-
rams..n of Miami Beach, and
grandchildren. Service; were held
Friday. Oct 5, at the EhreraMe
16460 Miami Dr.
I, is47 Bay it'i.
:. of Miami Beach.
Chapel.
WEIDENFIELD
Helen *'. <>l Collins Ave.. passed
away Saturday. Oct 0. Sim lasjrr-
vlveo bv her con, Barney Weiden-
feld of No. Palm Beach. Ha., and
one grandchild. Graveside services
and Interment were held on Sun-
day, Oct. 7. at the Star of Dayld
Memorial Park under the direction
df Cordon Funeral Home.
BERG. Irving. 78. 101U Collins Ave.
Blasberg.
CABDON, itae. I.evltt.
H1RSCH, Jeannotte. 67. of Miami
Beach Riverside.
SCHMCRTZ, Max A.. 74. of North
Miami. Hlverslde
WEISZ. Martin. Levitt.
BROWN, Jack. 76 of Miami Beach.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Nebo.
FRAI-ICH. Nathan, 70. of North
Miami. Riverside.
pavani, Heary, T8. ISM James
Ave. Blasberg.
STflN. louls, 87. 5005 Collins Ave.
BAnuN, oamuel. 7" of Miami. Levitt
EOGEL. Alfred Levitt.
GOLDMAN. Ray, 7". of Hallalidale.
Itlvarslde Interment Mt. Sinai.
KAPLAN. Herman \V.. of North
Miami Beach. I evltt.
MARKS. David. s. 2129 Washlng-
ton Ave Gordon.
BARK, Cheryl Beth, 26. of North
Miami Beach Riverside, Inter-
ment Mt. Nebo
GREENBERG. Charles Hester, ol
Miami Beach Levitt
FREEFIELD, Harry, of Miami Beach.
Itivers'de.
GREENBURG. Max. of Laredo. I ,x
lilac -
KUPFERMAN, i- njamln, 65. of
Nor h Miami Bv ich. Riverside
CRABB. Robbie K 8. Of Miami
Beach. Newman.
FRIEDMAN, Mas. 76, 810 Weal Ave
i ilai I
K Eft <'&- ouis, BS. of Miami
Beach Newman.
KLEIN. Elisabeth i I Mian
Rlversldi
LEIBERMAN. i 78, 284
LEV NE. .'a.
AKIN. 84, liaml
HE' Hal'ani
,

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^^jJ^ffljS^H
Rh ralde. Inl i m ni Star ol David,
' FUDGES, .!..... ach.
SMITH JosVpf) 69. W11 i'W
Sth st G irdon I U mi nt Mt.
Nebo.
STRAUSS, Rose, I '.' .Miami Beach.
Riven
3TROMBERG. I' '. Rlv rslde.
TAUB, Martin I 1 Blasbi rg
SHOWN, Angela, -- f Miami Beai ii
i verside. Inte m i' Mt. Nebo,
LEVITT. David I' 1 I I Miami
Beach. Riverside
\PSEL, Dave, 75. Miami. River-
REICH, John Leoi ard, 46, of Miami
Riverside ., .
wilck, Hermai i rl, .0, ol Nortn
Miami Beach, ::^ rsldi
FINKELSTEiN. .i. i k. 71. of Miami
B< ach, Rlversldi interment Bur
of David.
GOLDHICH. Bsti lie, Ti. Of Miami
Beach. Rivers i ,
HOFFMANN, Emma, of North Miami
Ma'rGULIS. Milt. 59. ISH Mariota
i t Coral Gabl" Cordon.
BAIR. David, 82. m II7S Normandy
Dr. Blasberg.
CLAYTON, SaniUi II v :- Ol -Miami
Beach. Newman
COHEN, Morris, Si
Blasberg,
dexter, Harry, i
New man.
DRUSIN. Max A..
Riverside
FOX, Jack. S. Of Miami Beach.
Blasberg.
FRANKEL, David. ... of Miami
Beach. Riverside.
FREED. Khoda. of Miami Beach.
Riverside.
GEARHART. Oscar. K2. Newman
HINDS, l>aiK>-. 71. of North Miami
Beach. Riverside.
KIRSCH8TEIN, .\UKUsta. .... Of
North Miami Beach. Riverside.
LUSTGARTEN. Mary. 71. of North
Miami Beach. Newman.
SPIRO Caiman, hi. of Miami Beach.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Sinai.
SILKEt. Ijiwrence. of Miami. Levitt.
GLASSER. Herman. 80. 1242 Drexel
Ave. Blasberg.
BINDER. George, :-n- Newman.
_ECHMAN. Arthur 73. of Miami
Beach.. Riverside. Interment Mt.
MUSSARY. Capt. Ben Zion. of Miami.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Sinai.
SHAPIRO. Solomon. 75. of North
Miami Beach. Hi verside. Interment
5TYLER. Lillian. 7". of Hallalidale.
Levitt. Interment Mt. Nebo.
WKISSMAN.-Rubin. 80, ol Miami
Bench. Newman.
GOODMAN, Sophia. B4V. of New \oik.
Rlversid.
KAPLAN. Saul I... 5*. of Dfclrny
llea.h. Gordon.
KOLLER. 1 ipot. -467 N\S 3rd
St. Cordon Intannent Ml Smal.
KREBS. l..mis T. Jr., 70. 703 BW
SOth Ave. Cordon Interment Mt.
Nebo.
KAROL. Jack .1.. 68, of North Miami
Bench. Riverside.
MAREMONT. Lena, "I, "f Miami
Beach. Riverside.
NABUTOVSKY, Morris, U, of Miami
Beach. Riverside
^YBAK. l-.-ilia. 69, 1840 l.incoln Rd.
i lordon,
VOYNOW. Benjamin P.. "9. of Hal-
lalidale Rlvi rslde
DAVIS, Isidore, of Miami Beach.
I evltt,
EPSTEIN, Ida. of Miami Beach.
I evitt.
GiNGOLD, Abraham i 87, 46S Ocean
Dr Blasberg. Interment Mt. Nebo
NEWLANDER. Glsela, of Hollywood.
l evitt.
'OHL, Hvmai 84, of Miami Beach.
Rlvi
5ACHS. .m;..i i: 6, ol Ooral Gables
mkoff, Irvli
YOEL8, 11,11: f Ml ml B
Levitt.
^CGELSON. II
1: 1 B'-asb.
HERSKO'.
.' '
1 Beach.

Author Zeitlin
Passes in CsOthani
NEW YORK (JTA) Aaron
I.. Zeitlin, :i '1' '" >wn thinker
rid writer in the Jewish mystical
tradition, died here at the age of
: 75.
Mr. Zeitlin wrote widely in
Hebrew and Yiddish and lectured
for many years on Hebrew litera-
ture at the Jewish Theological
Seminary.
Born in Uvarovich, Poland, he
fled the Nazis and came to the
Uhlted States in 1939. His father.
1 HilM Zeitlin. also a Bivatical writ-
r and scholar, was killed by the
. N.T7is.
MR. ZEITT.IN pub'ished 12 vol-
umea of noetry and two books on
oarapsychologv. Four more vol-
umes of poetrv will soon be pub-
lished in Israel.
One of his best-known books
W" -'Bein-He-esh Ve-Havesha."
Fire and Salvation." published 10
years ago.
He also wrote novels and had
two rlays. "Helemer Hacochem and
"Estherke" produced on stage by-
Maurice Schwartz._____________
Zipora Sharett
Dead at Age 16
TEL AVIV (JTA) Funeral
services were held here for Zipora
Sharett. wife of the late Prime
Minister Moshe Sharett. who died
at the Tel Aviv Ichilov Hospital at
the age of 76.
Though she was ill recently, she
recovered and decided to visit an
exhibition here depicting the his-
tory of Jewish settlements in Is-
rael.
On the way to the exhibition she
felt ill and was taken to the hos-
pital. Mrs. Sharett was born in the
Ukraine and came to Palestine in
1910. She married Moshe Shertok,
later Sharett, in 1922._______________
IfCAL M0TKI
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EL c^/^^^'-^J (i I O "~ I A I C'OC.IUT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
PROBATE DIVISION
p?ORATF N^ 7-? "109
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
>. \;v '. lal, of
AHTHTR J. PECK
Di.....ed f>*
To M Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing claims or Demanda Asalnal Bald
Rat ate: ,
y,.,, Br<, herebj notified and ro-
! to pre ni an] claims and de-
da which y ii I" >y have auamst
the e-i.......f ARTHI'R J PB' K de-
r.a.-e.i late of Cad. County, Florida,
',, the Circuit Judaea of Dade County.
and file the rame in duplicate as nro-
vlded in Section T.,:: 16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offlct In the County
Courthouae In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar mnntha from the
time nf the flral nuidi.aiion hereof,
or Ihe same will be barred.
Dated at Mi-mi. Florida, this 16
day of Bept. mbi r, A.n l7S.
I'lOAKI. S 1'1'CK
As BSxeeutrix
Filed at .Miami. Florida, this L'l day
..I Beol A.I). 1978.
STA.VI.F.Y H CAIDIN
Attorney for Bxecutrlx
18 Weal Flaaler Btreel
Miami. Florida
in 5-12-19-86
LEGAL NOTICE
Palmer's
viomi MMMMaf Comput..'
.279 S.W 8th Street, Miumi
4^4-0v2t 444-092?
Cleied On The Sabbctt.
BarMaaibcd Memorial! Cuitia
Cr n h d In Our Own Worktnea.
rw?
JZeuitt
Jllemorial Ghapel
-jiwisH ruNEfAi oir.tcrom"
&
LOCAL AND OUT Of STAT(
ABHANCIMEN1S
947-2790
133B6 w nixir nwv nm
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUO'dAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 73-5 ,inMl P p *IT1N
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'n RE: Kstai, of
SV VIA TAMK.V
deceaaed
t\i All Creditors and All IVrsr.ns Mav
ni; (Talma or Demands Axalaal Said
You are hereby notified nd required
to prvaenl anj' rlnlroa and demanda
which \"U may have aavlnal Ihe et
'ate of BYI VI.\ i"' 'E5N deci aaed
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
trcuH Judec of i> le County, and
file the sam- Ii '" 'i a
vided in Si Mnn 78* 16, Florida
-'lamte- in their n the Cnun-
v Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
'da, Ithln four mli ir month* 11 nm
'. time if". firl ubllcatlnn here-
>f n* the aam he bni rwl.
i' led at Ml ml '" da, this 5 day
f October, v H
r \ VID '' V MEN
.. I : itor
Flral publ nol
.. i i i -. ,. !<173.
' &
SCHEER
1
I- 7 i n
Kami Beach, Florida Tel: > B8< I
l" 12-19
IN THE C'rtCU'T TCURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA 'N AND FOR
DADF COUNTY
PROBATE O'VISION
PROBATE NO 73-5498
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Batate nf
FRED BCHERER
ih cased
To All Creditor!
ta Calms or 1 >i rr
Rstate:
Von are hereby notified and rooulred
tn present any cla'ma and demanda
vhi<'h you nnv ^ I'ainsi the ea-
ate nf FRED S'' 'ORKR deceased
'ate of Dade Count Florida, to the
'*ircuit Judges nf
I file the name In
j -ovided Ir SV
Statutes, in their o I
"oimtv Cou:thou>-
Florida, within
' m ihe tii.....if '
<-rof. nr tin -
Filed at viam:
'ay of 8e"tenlier.
Ronnie I
... r
F|e- nibll.a1
' "I day of Se-
T eon Kaolat:
Df Myers. Ka-dai r.
I ..v'nson A K* '
.ttornev fur Bx<
' Crlekell 'mi. Fla.
"-2S 10/5-1!
' II Persnns Hnv-
N Aaalnat Said
'e County, and
"diiate and as
73:t 16. Florida
in the Dade
Dade County,
tlendar months
Orel nuldie.-itinn
ill he barred,
inrtda, tin.- 19
1971
Bcherer
'x
his notice ot
1973.
NOTICE "TITIOUS
i i: 'i'\ that
i
Rl (l ''
I i
. rr
'3-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREI1Y fllVKN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage in
husiness under the fictitious name of
CATACOMBS ENTERPRISES at P.O.
Box 1S8. Miami Shores, Fla. IS1S3 in-
tend lo register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
County, F'orlda.
WAI.TKR !>. COMBS
JANE II. CUM US
10/5-12-19-2G
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 73-23883
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IX UE THK MARRIACR OF
MARILYN MOHEA1' ITT.NAM.
WIFE. PETITIONER. AND.
OITT CORNELIUS PUTNAM.
HUSHANI). RBSI'ONDENT.
TO: ilen. .. Unknown, you are hereby no-
tified that your ^vife. has filed a pe-
tition for marriage dissolution. In
this Court, and that you are required
to file your Answer or other pleading
thereto, with the clerk of this Court,
and to serve a ropy thereof, upon Jo-
seph C. I aussel. 44X N.W. 94 Street,
Miami, Florida 881 SO, your wife's at-
torney, on or before November 9,
1973, otherwise a Default for the re-
lief sought for In the said petition,
will hi* entered against you by the
Circuit Judge.
DATED: 2 October. 1973.
Richard P. llrinker
Clerk. Circuit Court
lty: A. J RIVAS
I 'i i hi in Clerk
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA 'N AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
C'VIL ACTION NO. 73-235^1
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
iv RE: THE MAHPIACR < IF
KATHLEEN M. MILLER
Wife
and
RONAI D P. MILLER
! [uabi nd
TO: RONAI l> P. MILLER
I kircheater Anai I menta
Aoartment 1818 H
22; W. Hiiteiihon- Square
Philadelphia, P- nnaylvanl i
voc ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage ha.- been filed ajralnal you and
you are required to serve a copy of
jrour written defenses If any. to it
on MARSHALL B FfSHER. attor-
ney for wife. win..-, addreaa is 9655
s Dixie Highway. Suite 800. Miami.
Florida, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled court
on or before Novembei 9. 1978: other.
urlae a default will b( ntered airainsl
you for tin- relief demanded in the
comolalnl or petition.
This notice shall be PUbllghed oni "
each week for four conaeoutlve weeks
n THE JEWISH II' 'IIOIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal nf
said court at Miami, Florida on this
27 day of September. 1973.
RICHARD I" BKINKEK
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C. P. COPEI^AND
As Deputy Clark
(Circuit Court Seal)
MARSHALL B. FISHER I
MBS S Dixie Highway
Suile 3111)
Miami. Florida 33156
666-5927
Attorney for Petitioner .,,.,,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. F'.ORInA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-230S7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THK MARRIAGE OF
EH BEN A la inns.
Petitioner.
w
Russell A. nonns.
Respondent,
vor Rt'SBELl a n< mns. yilla
F.lanie Hotel Itooni |25, 1848 N. Vine
Hollywood, California, ARE HERE-
BY NOTIFIED TO FILE your writ-
ten response to this action for dis-
solution of marriage, with the Clerk
"! the above Court and aerve a cony
upon Petltl ner' Attornej V< >N
'/ V.MFT S.M'TII. Suiie IK. 480 South
Dixie Highway, Coral Gables, Florida
::::i4';. nn nr before i!'- l iay of No-
vember, 1978 else the Petition for
Dlaaolutlon of Marriage will be taken
as ennfesi ed
DATE1 i S< "I 81. 1973
RICHARD P RRINKER
Bj C P, COPEI \M
i li 'in Clerk
(Cln nil Court Seal)
12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE i II IY OIVEN thai
ill.- u idei ned, dealt Ins to engagi
in bui ii 'as u 11 fictitious, name
of MOUNT ROYAL HOTEL at 4810
' '"i .\\ Miami Ueai Fla. In-
tend to registi i kb li name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cade
County, Floi
\\ nlf Oartenberg "'':
Josef Garl enbera; 85*
Abraham Welssbard and
Miriam Wei i ard, his n Ife 859
Lee IVelaabard 85' I
10/5-12-19-84
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of TOM MURPHY CONSTRUCTION
CO. INC. d/b/a MURPHY CON-
STRUCTION CO. at Suite 309. Dade-
land Towers. 9300 S Dadeland Blvd..
Miami 33156 Intends tu register said
name with the Clerfe of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
Thomas P. Murphy, Jr.
Wolf and Schonlnger. PA.
Attorneys for applicant
Suite 702. Dadeland Towtra
9300 S. Dadeland Blvd.
Miami 331SS
1" 12-19-26 11'S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-4842
(Judge Dowling)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
GENEVA DIXON.
deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate::
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of GENEVA DIXON deceaaed
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
Circuit Judges of Hade County, and
file* the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 738.14, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouae In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
he lim. ,,f the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred
Filed al Miami. Florida, thla 18th
day of Sentember, a i 1973.
PHILIP MEDVIN
As Executor
First publication of thla notice ou
the :'i das of September, \'.'~'
PHILIP MEDVIN
Attorney for Estate
1038 duPonl Building
Tel: 379-7615
. 10 -"-12
NOTICE UNHER FACTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desirinr to engage
'n business under the fictitious name
of MARTINS USED FURNITURE a'
10848 N.W, 87th \ve Miami. Fin
13147 intends to ree'ste' said name
with the clerk >r the circuit Conn
"f Dade Countv. Florida
J H "ART1V
10/S-11-1.M
FICT'TIOUS NAME
The undo- ,, reel",
er the fir a- m K I
RADIO and t \- PALES PERV.
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STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP
MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION
(Act nf Auqjst 12 1970. Section 3685) -
(Tit:- "9. United States Code)
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Miami. Florida 33138: managing editor,
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Florida 83101 ......ral I
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Extent and Nature nf Circulation.
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Friday October 12, 1973
*J wIsUFkridHftur
Page 15 B
lECAl N0TI
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTiON
CONSTRUCTIVE SE-iVICE
'NO PROPERTY)
In THE C'RCUIT roiIRT OF th^
lELEVENTH JUDICIAL C R-~'UT
OF ^cORIDA IN AND FOR
DAor COUNTY.
CILIC ACTION MO 73-?? NERA- JURISDICTION D V SION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
RE: THE M > P.RIACE OP
1,1 I.W li.win AKXOI.D
llu-i.
;i II.:
fenr \ f POWEM. Aiixf.i r>
lYifi
DEI \ s PnWEI.l MtNOI n
H ..... i I""- n
fe(r ARE HRPERY \<.->ii.m.;,
|l :m tloil I" l*-...|ii|i..n of i
. ha* been filed aaalnsl yon ,,,, \
llllf-'l lO I,.no ;, ,.,,,.,. ,,f
1" "'" n defense* if am in ni
\\ H I" BTOXE. attorney for rn.
per, h-I .... addreae | |01 \ \\ i'n
pnuc, Miami. Plorlda, nml fi',. the
Jlhnl Itll the clerk ,,r i),,- al nve
led i i i.ii or hi for* y,.
lir: iherwlae ;1 ,1, Mult 111 ho
ii-..' ncwlnal you for the relief fle-
idi 'l the ."iivlaint or i .
fill hull he nnl.li h d nil
I' "' '' f'"' J..... .......Ifl V, 1 .
Plil XEWfRrl PI OR1DIAN
[ITXBM mv hand nnd I he seal -i
al M Plorlda in thi
K. ir.1.,..- .. 7^
::"-tr\vr> p nmvKPTt
. Herk. '' ii'i , Prninrv ^'.-iiia
Rjr A .7 RIYA8
\- n. nuty riprk
in i" irl s.
|-in '- STONE. ESQ
1XP A SOSTCHTN* PA.
"' \\ -I, Avenue
}im. I'! Ida "
Petitioner
IfGAL NOTICE
I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
|LEVE\TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DAIir flllUTV
PROBATE P'ViSION
PROBATE NO. 73-5636
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IE: !'-!> iif
l-rt Ah. -a
ensed.
fell ir lors :mmI All Persona Hnv-
ii Demanda Against Said
Jte:
r." ''. reby i.....n. il and required
-'i any claims and dcinandK
ili you niiiy have against the .--
i \J.it Alfasaii deceased late
|i.ni. County, Florida, to 11 Clr-
Judfrei ..f Dade t'ounty, and file
an mi In duplicate and an pro-
Id in .-' -lii.n 7: ',.ii. Florida Stal-
p. in their nffleea in the County
I11I1111-. in Dade County in Dadi
lit). Pi. rlda. iil.in four calendar
iili.- from the time of the flrsl
ili.in...11 hereof, or Hi. same iii
barred.
11.. 1 ..1 Miami, Pli in is.. Uii- :. day
i'. h ilk -i A. I' I97S
.-.II.. V. Alfnaaa
A- Administratrix
Irst null Ira lion of this notice on
12 day of I Ictober, 1073.
Yard 1:. Itimch
..1 III 1 '' A.linnil.-llatl ix
Unfok Rom* o
in 1 i-1'. !
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE |
[LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
NOTiCE TO APPEAR
,BY PUBLICATION!
. .,; 1 11 s 1:1' i I
In IR\ VI., Iiii-I.mii.I and OEX1 'A
RVAI. '.
i'KXI'A in ii:\ m.
RHSTDEXCE 1 \k scow n
.1 ARE HEREIN reiiulred In
, .1 |.j of your Answer i" 1I11
|iion 1.. nlutl.
Vit,,. \lurr 1 > /.
- HI Si t buhl KuildiiiK. Miami,
.. 1 11., ;... in Kinal In the
.....r ili- Clerk m Hi. Cln-uii
|i ..... before Xovember l,
.1 i| rauw v. iil be taki n aa
.i : V ..II
|\TEI 1 Ihla 3 da.i of 1 letoher. Ii3.
ItlCIIARD I" UUINKER
1 ii.ri ..1 the 1 ireull Courl
a 1 ItIV vs
11,-|.my 1 lerk
in 12-1J1-2C II 2
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUfT'VE SERVICE
,., ,NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT"
OF FLORIDA. IN AND roR
n ^ t rni imtv
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73.???0
GENE'AV JURISDICTION D'VISION
ACTION FOR pi<;<;o. UTION
OF MARRIAGE
N i'i: i-n." >i VI RfA'J!: OP
IOHK J REVll,l A
Petlll.
ami
il] \'I\A S RRVII.l A
Kexnnndem
TO Bllvlna H Revilla
ll North I:.nn ....' I'i, ,1
' I f. -,.ia
TOP ARE HEREDY S'OTIPIBD
[' ha 1 ..... 11 ... 1 ..-..-..'nn. n r Mar-
riage ha* been filed again*! you and
'" '! '. ClUln ll ll .1 ^ ;l ,i|i\ ,,f
>'"" "Tit" I any, lo II
11 ADOI l-'.i KO.SS, nHomey for I'. -
"ion. r, m h.i.....1,;.,... ,. \n\ s.w
Sth A v nue, Miami, Ploridu 33123
1,1,1 ''i:'- :l.......--in.1 with the elerk
if Hi.- above "tyled 1 mrl .... or be-
";* X"V. 1 eruiae a d< faull
1 'll i"......red iiriiIiihi j .n for r 11
'"hef demanded In in. i-omplalnl or
lietltlon.
Thla ...... xhall bi 1 uhliidied once
ai-h u 1 !. for four -11. 1 -.- \yeek>.
n THE .ll-:\\ ISH |.'l.i.|;!HIA.\
IVIT.VKSH my I .1 .,
....."'"-' ni M'-ml Plnrldu .hi lliis
'.'; .I., y of Si "' 1973
RICHARD P. 1:1:1 \K 1:1:
1 'ourt
Dade t'oui ly. Ploridu
: .1 I'. .\
\r I), ul 1
1 "Ircull Court Seal)
Vdolfo K.i-. i:-.,ini.
-:t......'' So hill, 1" A
nil X.W I2th Avi mi
Miami, PI01
Vltorm \ for Pel lliouer
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-387S
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'11 1:1: r-Ntnl
' II M A M A TCTTI.E
rlcceaai il
'".. All Creditora and All Peraonn Hnv-
- I'lnims or Demanda AKalnal Bald
Kalale:
Vou are hereby notified ami re-
luii.-.l lo tireaenl anj Inlm* and d-
n-in.l- which you m:t\ have* affaitiHt
He of VVII l.IAM A TCTTI.K
. .1 late ..'' Dade County. Plor-
da to the Clrcull Judges of Dad.
County, and file the Mime lit .tin.li-
nt, nnd a* provided in Section 783.-
'.;. Plorlda Statutea, In their office*
a the '.ni > 'in.' house In I inde
'ounty, Plorlda, within -is cnlendai
nnntha from the lime of the tlrat nub
hereof. 01 the name will In-
burred
i-'il.-.l nl Minn i. I'lorldu, llu- 24tli
.|nj u( s. pt. mh v 1' 193 '
MARI1C "n TT1 i".
\ \. 11 r a t rl \
i'.1 1 publication "i ihb notice on
ii, 'v ,i r Sepl< 1*1 '.'. 11*73.
A. JAY CRISTOf.
Ail,., p. for Mr I. Tut tie
A.i.n .I- Irati-lx
1 N'ortl I Hi 1 en*
Miami
in ". 12 I"
NOTICE 1 X111; 1: PfCTITIOPa notice OF action
N'AME LAW CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NOTICE is lIKniCltY (JIVE.N that iNO PROPERTY)
the underaiKtietl, dealring to engrairi IN the circuit COURT of THE
"1 bu..... mil. ,,, ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'PriJ IT
"f AI.VIN \l m:TZ \l|i 1....., OF FlORir-A. N AND FOR
.\'..rtli Miami lieai-l B'vd N'orth M D*DE COUNTv.
I anil Reach, I" ,1 .,, Civil A't-n No. 73-?2505
LEGAL NOTICE
re*Tlater ,-ai.l name with the Clerk
PI rW r'rr"'' ''' l"'' "r t>ad. 1 mi .
..,.t,v,s *' 0ET2, M h p a
M l!T HIOI.I isi II
Attorney for Alvln M. Oeta, .m i> p \
1*1 A'merla Avenue Bulte 200.1s
''oral (table*, Pla, ::' :\
: -.- Ifl S-12-19
11 THI r ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF Fl ORi'iA IN A"0 FOK
DAr.r COUNTY
ponqiTr oiv'S'O^
PROEIATE NO 7? 4151
Not rt tq CREDITORS
In RE: Rat r
GENERA- j|"ISD'CT"oi o..,.<-|ON \ |. 11:1; |.-; ARXW
ACTION FOR D'SSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IV RE THE M \\r-]\i-,K OP
M.VMi: 1 A ZARRE Petitioner
nnd
llERXARn 1 \ ZARRE. !:-.....ident.
TO: IIEK.VAI n !.A ZARRE
. .. D u .i--
tr.fi \| iill-me Street
Ve Vork i':'\ v" v l<.......
Vnr ARK HEREHY N'OTIP'Elt
THE CIRCUI. COURT OF THE
-EVENTH JUOIC'AL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
tERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
73-1V>?7
NOTTF OF ACTION
ll.li: OOXSHOK,
lainliff.
i III. MII.KWI'"/ H I- .1
|.Y Mli.EW'ICZ el il
1 fi-nilaiil-.
ZAVEI. Mil KWICZ
Tel \\ Iv, l-i'i. I
il' AllE NfiTll. ll'.l 1 that an ao-
for Declarator! Relief and Tejn-
rj Injunctloii hna been filed
|n-i you. Thi- actl.....Ilrectly ef-
\ our Intereal In
.count \... 4282 of Miami Beach
rral Bnvinita ami Loan Aaaocla-
.11 a. 1, Plnnmlal Federal Bav-
ra ami Loan Aaaoclatlon in the
mm of JOSEPH (IOXBHOR In
n-i for Zavel .\iii.-i./. ''
r"i 72. ,
:ir, requeated to aerve copy !
written il.-im-i- If any on
i:.r and s. Iiuai-ix. Plalnbfra At-
|.\. wli.i- a.l.li'.-- 1- Wl Ariliui
iiV.'v R. ad. Miami Beach, HurWa
|n mi 1,1 before Xovember 1 19i3
. filv Hi.- original with the < lera
ll.is Court either Before aervlj-e nn
Intiff.- attorney or Immediately
tea Her, otnerwiae a Defaull will
11ur.1l auain-l "ii '"' the re lei
landed in the Complaint or 1 !
[r.VKSfl MY HAM) and ihe Real
nil.- t'nuri on Set>tember 19. I9i3,
Richard ll.inl.. 1
Clark of Hie Court
by r i' ropEi-Axn
1 >.-iiu: v 1 'I'll'
NOTICE or l\C1 'ON
C0NRT9Ut"T'\T SERVICE
/MO ppooroTVi
IN THE riRCU'T C )URT oc- -rH(r
Ei cv/rNTH lllD'C.iA' oinr-nij
OF FLORIDA. 'N AMD FOR
r.* ntr roi iMTY
Civil. ACT'CN NO 7" ''~~'
-SNF"i .111= SOITTION O'VISION
ACTI0v cror' DISSOLUTION
OF M^VRRiACE
In Ri Tl RITA 1 1 \-\-
I', ier
ami
I'KRIi 1 JCXIt 'R SMITH,
K, ... .... 1
TO: PKRRV I. N'lOH SMITH
I '. ,'..,, I'liKPOtvn
Yi.C ARK Hr?KIIY XOTIP'BP
,|,,.,| an net It '' r I Maaolttl ......1 Ma'
,,, L., hna hi en V il ilnal you and
VI 11 .iv 1 mi.....I rve > -oi'V "
Ur .....' '' < 'f an>. II
mi \1.\1\ s CAWX. attorney fot
....,, .,.,.,. n-hoae '.in--- If 1011 ll -
...vii- Tower ibiiMInu, Miami. Plor
i, mni fii.. il... orlBlnel ui'ri
.),,. clerk ..1 the nlio\ at} led emu'
..... 1,, ..., del ...i. 1973: otherw lae u
efniill ili be 1 nteretl nealnal yon for
, relief di landed In Ihi complain!
...... It
Thla notice ehnll be publlahed once
1,1, wee1' for foul ..ii-.. uii> week*
, THE IBWISH PI HRIDIAX
\\ ITXESS ni. hand and the 1 il
,.,,, :l, Mianr. Florida on tlii-
i ilai of Sent" mber, 1973
1: -. 1:1. P I1R1XKEK
A- CU rk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Plorlda
By 1: .1 FOY
A.- Deuut) Clerk
1'. nil 1 'ourt Seal)
M \ IN S A'A \. ESQ
ni 1 c.i-. a> ne Towi r Build
Miami. Plorlda 33182 Si7-8.i !
*"' ''"' ,v*....."':, ss 1.1 r.-1-.ifl
in 5-12-18
NOTICE UNDt.. i^TITiOUS
NAME LAW .
Notice is hkrkhy riven thai
unil.i imii-.l .1.-1 mi; i" enarna* in
I under the fletlt"ou; nam. n
JAI.A. KAl'.x ft ASBOCTATEB a
I" S \V. L" 4111 Si,,-. Miami iniiim
li.-Kisi. r -r.l.l name v nil Ihe let*
[the cin nil Couri ul Dade County.
pi Ida ,
CCHJ-KBMO A^ AI.A
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURSDICT.ON DIVISION
*c No 73-1RRSR
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in lie the Marrliipe ol .
ViSKPH BXSSETTB. Huahand and
\i vf'v KTT> BASSETTE. Wife
"i.)i:v RTTA BASSETTE
1 \,i,ii-..-- I'nknownl
v,,l are hereb> notified thai R
,.,,.,. .... i......lull' n l ""71"*'
..(. 1.....11 riled anltiei you, and you
her Phwlln* to
.., Iv Inn .1 attor-
.,', 1 RsTF.n Rt UEHS. whoae -id-
,,- ,..,i nir il'. nrlalnid with
the Clerk Ml1"' ''",'"''
, .., I. 1 r, lh' 1 daj nl X- i-ember.
MW"' a Defaull will be entered
i', "ted "ihi- M '!:|v of September.
1,71 RICHARD P. BRIXKER
Clerk ''"- ""''"'' "'"''
r, C P rui'i'.i A\iv 11 C
... j- I" :.-l^-1D
' r,T^H.,E^5IRCUIT <^OURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIV SION
PROBATE NO 72.6183
MT?r.merly Countv Judges Court)
NOTICt OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
,.,AND F|NAL DISCHARGE
I '\ RE' I' -1 11. ...
8AMCE1 II TM.I.KY
IIh ..,-..,i.
. VOTICE i- hereby flven thai I
flletl ms :-';n..i Re.....1 and Pe- each
tltlnn for I:- rllnttlon and Plnal Dla- week* 'hi Jewi>h PI Idlat
narari Executor of Ihe eatati of WfTXPS^ nr hand md 1
I 1 tl that "' 1 nl Ml >ml. I" -
"" 'he 13 i1h< 1 1. 1 1......73, u I 'em' .
1 i" Ihe ii. 1 ,, Judiref I R'CH v:"' BP.IVKEi:
" I'm', fount' Florida, fot inpi vnl '""< C'ecu'l C
1 .1 Pit 11 rtetw rt m .i 1 t ilial i n P'orldn
i- 11 v It. .1 !. iv
'i the 1 ...HIM clerk
"I Thla >.; clav ..i s. ,,,. ni, 1 rcitlt Con
. '
To All Credl and Hftv-
Ina i'l:i,in- or Demanda Aanlnat Slid
1:- 11.
>'..n .1 1 ... I \ i ..I i'i. .1 an*I -
nnlred to orcai ..i am clalma and di -
in. ..I- m hlch you riav have
h. ale of ttnrrla A^now ileei aa- I
I 1 .... 1 a.. 1 l"..-i.la. In llie
. ireuli in.:._.. ..1 11 ul- 1 'o* 1 ana
flja 1 he -am. In I 1;- all nnd a
.. ri for Dhwohlt'nn .! Mnr. vlded In S. 1 I ". Plorlda it-
1. '.I 1 .. 11 filed aaralnt 1 you nc
j ..11 .1-. ulrerl n ert a ropy 1 I
vour v lefi n-i If anv, to h
m li\\'M> s KI'WRI R losn ::-...
1 in. .1; Rd Suite 214. Miami lta. .
Plorlda rnev for P< I
and ni.. the nrialnal \. ith tin
..: ili. al 1 -'. led r.iii.i on or befoi -
1. 1 19 ..-I r |ae a rt. lull a in
he entered you for the ri Itef
'i.i rtcrt I : ii.....m-ilaini rir ...
"hull be null1
for fi ur 1........1"
liter i" Ihelr .."'.-.- In Ihi Count*
1 ni .' !- In 1 t'out'lv, 1 lorlda.
wlthli -'- ... 1 !'- from the
dm. ..f ih- f'evt Unit hen of.
. ..1,11, \. ill i... lw .l
Piled at >H iml Plorlda, thin 11 day
f Sept. A. V ''
1:... \ri 'iv
Th< 1 A mow
> :
nubi l|..n of ili not I. ..n
the ;i ilm
Kanian, V.....' l.<> Inaon &
VtloriU'V fol Pi '--
1 !., ... MI11 nl. Pl-i
- 'i .1 ;< .-. ...
M. .1. KOPEI OWITK, 1 Ex. ir. 1
m vi4i:.< kai'i a \ I-. ii;'i
|;KVIXS.....v'EXlX
"^ Ed 1,1 M 1 iinaliure
\ lornej
EdW III M 1 : 1 11 ,
I: lir ke'i > iiu.
Miami, Plnriflfl 33131
M 1..1 n. v f, 1 1:,, iutor
. ..... IJ
I \ i 1 rr ';i
11 I 1 Suit.. Jl I
n i'i
1 n
Vtlnrni I 0111 r
1
Nui'iCE UNDER F'CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVEX that
the unilersiatipil deatritiB i" 1
I'll 1. in ', : the ftctitioua nam.
"i ESTHER Hi: I A CRCJ5 AXD AS
S'i('lATl-:s 111 p 1. Box 8B74, Miami
Finn.:.1 ini.n.l- 1.1 rearlater ald name
1I1 Ihe 1 'lerk of Ihe Circuit Courl of
I ia.I.- 'ounty. Plorlda
ESTHER DE I A ri IX AXD
\.--'. 11 "IATES
Bj Ealher De la 1'i ii/.
MEYER M I'.IIII I.IAN'T
Attorney for Annlicant
2138 1: -. 1 yiii- Boulevard
Miami. Ploridu S31S7
9'21 -;* hi 5-12
iN tub CIRCU'T COl.'RT OF THE
tl'------ "" lJ 'HOflA' CIRfuiT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
I RfBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-2008
Jurlae Jo'.:n R. B'.ieton
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
m 1:1: i:-i..
VBR MIA \\ SOi'KI.OFP
To 1II 1 \ll reroon* f'av
1 m -r-ir r.--ri.i r.AI 1 RT o tuc
ELEVENT" H'OT '. CIRCl IT
IM A *' ^ r.--7
DAOC ron- tv Fl 0010A
p"nn\Ti: r> 1V 5lftN
p.^l^.* Ma 71 "i".oi
MOTIO.r or iNT!-r.iT|OM --, ,. A .--
AppLlOATio. ro" o cTp.p.iT|oN
a^t-, riMAi. discharge
IX RE Eai
- m: fi WE!
I........1
V, ,-. ;. 1 .....,'
have filed our P 1 Ri ori .....1 P '
1 mi..11 for H -H'l'iir ind P 1
1 charei ..-':> ihe le of
Samuel VVi Iner di ...-. d: and 'hat 1
, il,.. lal daj 1 *' 11 mber,
1 applj I., tin H. not thle 1.....
( 1..a... ..f 1.....11. plorlda for
approval of aald Pli il R....... 11
. 1. -nil. 1 I..11 '.i f'pul rilxchi......R
nn ii >.,...iiii-||...s 1.1 tin mi. ..I' the
Ins Clalma 01 Demanda Aanlnat'said abov. decedenl. Thla 14 day
f tale' 1 of Jut)
You are hereby notified and re- I a 1 it:1 1: 1: \ ".im ;\'itz
tiulred In nreaent anv clalma nnd de- r>OROTin I A/All
manda which vou may have 1 1 Snarbor '/ n- Roakln and
the ,-alate '" ABRAHAM SOCKI OFF Helll.....tiit-r I'A
decenaed lati of Datle County. Plor Attorneva
I'", v IPecnx ne H'v il
Miami. Plorld 1
u 1 Circuit Juthrea ..t' 1 inde
Countv, an : r*t< the name le riunll
Ida. In thi 1' 1. ii'i Judarea of I lade
Couoty. nnd fii. ihe name In dunl
in the i'.ir '\ Courthouse In D*ide
County, |.'i m n'ii- ir. 111 the linn ..f Ihe flra<
; uhllcai i.." -. of, or il.. .nil 111
; be barred.
1 III Miami. fi.....la thla I"
' .lav of Scotember. A li 1973
M \S SOCKI 1 ''.!'
s- Executor
l-'i.-t publication 01 thla notice 011 ''.'. V.I' ",.'C1
. clav of S*.....mber. 1973 M' "" HAN IS
:i ;s l" I
NOTICE UNDER FICTIT'OUS
NAME t AW
\'uTI''K IS HEREBY OIVRN that
in- undersigned, ilealrlna i" emraoie In
1.11 Ineai. ui let Ihi 1 .m- nam. >>f
I ee'a of Plorlda al 19200 VV. Dixie
I Highway, OJua. Florida Intend
ti 1 -,iiii name with Ihe Clerk "f
tha t'lrcult Court ol Dartu t'ounty.
1 I..'
. Inc.
I..' 11 IV h irhwny
BREOI NOTICE LNDER F'CTITIOUS
"v i'i -y Scl NAME LAW .....
Vit, rot I.--, la.- VOTICE IS HEREIN > ^al
.....r in 1 the un ;. to ntnitf
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF F-ORIDA IM AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIV'S'ON
PROBATE NO 7''-S41
J. OWYNN PARKE"
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ih
M \l RIPE '-' BVNO KVU
- ,.i S. ckloff
I4H p Miami B >aeh, P'orlda
I in .-,.12
deceased
p., a 1 nd All Person! 1
lua 1 '..;'!!- 1 ni Ii \i.....1 S t
Ralnle: ,
, ,.|, ... 1 ..ii: .1 and ru-
nulred to oreaenl nni 1 ia'm- and
manda v h h net tn na> e aaattist
the eatati v ICTOH P IMS di -
... Iil. 1 ll'l'i P lol
,. ihi fin nil ludarei of 1 >.i.l- 1''! -
NOTICE UNrrr F CTITIOUS
in -.- u idi Ihe flctl iv ni il file lite an mi It a
r The I .',....-'.''
; 1 III .,. I ,..
NAME LAV/ ||.' nun
NtlTH r: is ill E .;'\''' Clrcull Court "i Dade |y Florida, withli etid.it
e undemlarni I linii lo emmai 111 i'nu \. ...,ih- tn 01 '!,. tittle of
All.an.' Bill
:i
the underaiffned. '. It nima:<
111 I 1 .;-. |g|| tl|. |.
. \\'i ERINf! M AtliC till iltMAN
H 1343 1 Ha A' Mial
In'.ml ii. realater an name \\ i:li ili.
he 1 i-uit Ci in of I ladi
County, Florid:
Ha 'i M ireusc
I ..m- ll, Wit
Hi v S'ot'l.
\ oil 'J
I-.'ii I .: nj Bliln
:i-!S 11
linn j
1
m nml. FI01 da 1 I
.1. n I invla
A 1
Plrst nubl 11' noil .1
the :'' of s. "
DAVTD m ROXPI \K
. \\ 7th -' el
I 1 ~^ tn'S-1!
NOTICE UNDEh FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XOTICE is HEREBY OIVEX lhal
the und.rala wl, is-t 1" N, .,!.'J. .' '-.'-.",'1 i-v
iiu-in.-.- Utli'er Ihe fictitioUH nam.- nl \i \ ,,\ ,\., ',\''.,'. .1 1 i.-v
. HUBaal T:'.'. Iliacuyne I1..... h b MADEI.IXE IAI.1-I.1
, .;....!.. II, ...1 Ulnml l'....i,.|i lOlnridii in- I'Ci 'i-'"l
,N T.ar CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH J11DICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA N AND FOR
D'DE COUNTY
PROB ME DIV SION
PROBATE NO. 72-4957
iformirlv Ccunty Judfles Court
.--.- or INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR PiSTRIRHTION ELrVENTH JUDIC I. CIRCUIT
AND FINAL DISCHARGE in AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLR'DA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO. 73-2-56'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
anid Plnal Report ami tor uiain- 1 ,..... tUe
tlon ami final dlechww Admlnla- I ap|i ,,,.,., iiv .,,,,, .1 in -. > 1
tv-i-riCF under FICTITIOUS irtilor f the eatate of the a1ve ,,, nnHwer rr other nleadln* to
NAM t law named .....ed...... Thla U cms ..I o.i.-l,,',,. ,,,.,;,....... Hu-hand-a ill
XOTICE IS i.!:i:i:i;y OIVEX o,, lembcr. ii.::; ..... ..... e, 1 1 -.s-i:..: %,'%*''&^.
B MmH-& sr^oi,=N bc-^
,,,, r ,. ,,.,,, ,,,,, f ..a,,, Attorney ^v.vr.r.. EPO. 'VaTED iwl"l7 *S of Scot.. i73
CoUn wi O ICilA PHODCCE IXC liasBrlckell Vvenue "A RICHARD P. l:HtXCKH
'L,::,V-f.:ia.,,,,:,.,,'...V.,.!, Miami. PloHda 33181........,,. Clerk of the j.rjnljU>mi
1 ,:,-:,. 1: AZRACK. Prealtlenl ^_____________; ilWivOork
KI'RT WE4.I.ISCH I--------------------------------- '"" /i1.SS 1A/S-1S
\ii,.ni,\ I..1 r Produce. Inc.
: .l-:s in 3-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JUR SDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
CASE NO. 73-224C3
IX RE: THE \i \RRI VOE OP
;i ORI \ OI.1VA McCl 'SKY
Petitioner,
\ -
,|OHX N Met I OSKY
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
HEREBY OIVEX thai
rCrk '"f^hj'cire'uit Ctourt bi Dad, not1ce^y7p^bl?cation
CoUirtT. ILMl.la. n S| \l,rii. "f
\ mi., in \ for mml'canta
7-. 'a f. .1 Road. s,ii'. K-l
South Miami. "'M1V/J,.. "' :.-1-
T<>: IDAMISE MEXARP
I'.iit ii Pa 1
i? Rue .'" .im.no- Deaaallner
Halt!
else the PeilMi n" for Dlasoluthm
MarrlHKe u ill la 1 confessed
11 \Tt- 11 Henti ri 1'. r 14. 19,3
II ,n m;i BHTXKER
Rl I! J. FOY
I ii-.a'v 1" rl,
(Circuit Court .--.u' ,._...s yn :,.v:
County, Florida.
XATII VN M.' !/! Bll nnd
svi.via MAIZ1.ER.
h|. >i i.. 11 -> -'
BAJH'El. OSTROWSKY and
RITE O8TROWBKT,
hi- niU v. ;.!;.- ,..,
1 1 1973.
lei d Buninst you. ...
ii \'\'i |. '"- '" '' v "' s' ''.., "'
Kl .ivr.P .' BRINKBU
Plerk the CleeuM Court
r.\ D .1 POT. D-C.
! B-tS W .-!'-



Page 1S-B
- Uut flkrMbfi
Friday. October 12, 1973
rfdeUtoxHAl friifeA totaling
1 500,000 '
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
3rd Prize 75fOOO 4th Prize 25,000
40 Prizes of 10,000, One to each store!
CONTEST ENDS OCTOBER 3 1st.
CON*ESTANTS MUST BE 18 OR OVER JUDGES DECISION IS'M.
SAVE WITH OUR BONUS SPECIALS!...LOW PRICES! tfu&-. MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS!
:M?MLJKHU
,..:
TTTTT^T

KRAFT
Mayonnaise

IIMIT ONE MR PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
PUNCH
Laundry Detergent
LIMIT ONE PKG PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
(JUICY
CHUCK ROAST
USDA
CHOICE
U.S. CHOICE
WESTERN
BEEF
$149
1
LB.
U S CHOICE WESTERN BEE'
California Roast
89<
US CHOICE WESTERN BEEF
Boneless Crossrib Roast
SKINNED ^ _^
SLICED BEEF LIVER b$109
S129
1
FLA. OR SHIPPED GRADE A' FRESH ICED
FRYER QTRS
FLA OR SHIPPED GRADE A FRESH ICED
FRYER PARTS
LEG or BREAST
QUARTERS LB.
WHOLE BREASTS WITH RIBS
WHOLE LEGS
THIGHS OR DRUMSTICKS LB
59
89c
DECORATOR
Gala Towels
STRAINED
Heinz Baby Food
DEL MONTE
Fruit Cocktail
ROLL OF
200 SHEETS
4'..OZ
JARS
17-OZ
CAN
_ CHUNKS CRUSHED OR SLICES
43c Dole Pineapple
CHUNKS CRUSHED OR SLICES
63c Dole Pineapple
SLICED OR CHUNKS
39c Dole Pineapple
JUICE PACK
20-OZ CAN
JUICE PACK
S-OZ CAN
SYRUP PACK
20-OZ CAN
43c
22'
43
MIDGET SANDWICH SPREAD OR
Kahn's Braunschweiger Vhus 59c
2-oz S129-
12-oz 1
PKC
NATURAL SLICED
Borden's Swiss Cheese b,?i 6Sc
BORDEN S COLORED
American Singles hi $209
SLICED
49(
PKC
Endeco Muenster Cheese
SAVE 45-BORDEN'S
AVAILABLE ONLY AT STORES HAVING
SEAFOOD SERVICE COUNTERS
MACKEREL
AMERICAN KOSHER SKINLESS
Franks or Knocks
DELICIOUS
Breakstones Sour Cream cucpz 55c
WISCONSIN HOLLAND STYLE BABY
Gouda or Edam Cheese Vc 63c
SAVE 32' DELICIOUS m __ mM
QUART $1
JWt Ji L/IHV.IVOJ
Flo-Sun Orange Juice 4
CONTS
ALL
FLAVORS
8-OZ.
CUPS
FLORIDA
CAUGHT
55
Hhmdnfrd Sated fauUl
All i*lO 0000$ M2! MMIN ?-! .!C>'*I.I (MOI'ININCI
Dutch Apple Pie
SCS^ 22 OZ.
PKG.
GOLDEN
LB. TOP
FRiSMIT OPINED P P BRAND
Standard Oysters *S $1,9 Split Top Bread....................\o2fz 39c
WI RESERVE THE RIGHT TO UMIT QUANTITIES. NONE SOLD TO DEALERS. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS.
FOOD
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUNDAY OCT. 14
AT ALL FOOD FAIR STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
V'!'.'iillJ.H-.ll
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
MOST OF CvR "POOUCE IS NOT PREPACKAGED
SO THAT YOU CAS BU EXACTLY WHAT YOU NEED.
GOLDEN DELICIOUS
APPLES
C GOOD
eating:
GARDEN FRESH
Romaine Lettuce...................eaCh29c
GARDEN FRESH _
Crisp Cucumbers ..............2 for 29'
Service Afrfiete}en "Deft!
AVAILABLE AT SCORES HAVING SERVICE COUNTERS
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His Stomach Rumbles, But Cy is 'G
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By ROSE.MXk^frtiRMAV
I T's sto
w smm nibbles. I suppose it's a
terrible thing to remember first
about the Sew York Times' for-
eign affairs editor who. three
times a week, writes possibly the
finest column on world events
that exist in any newspaper. Bui
sitting next to him in a seminar
i it noisy stomach is
what 1 recall first. That, and his
patchy jeans and his black-green
seedy sweater :h:t he took off
only r co ':t ill parties, at which
time he I ';! it d a battered
fatigue shiit for it.
Cy is a man of ab tut 60. with
an H R. Hald m in haircut, who
look! every bit his age but in a
I weathered, very vital kind of
way. He spends lots of time out
[doors. wa> always sneaking away
J from the group to go trout-fish-
ling in unrevealed streams.
Ills IDEAL would have been
to spend his life as a forest
ranger. But. based in Paris, his
[job has led him to every embassy
land palace in the world (lie had
just spent a veekend with Presi-
dent Marco in the PhillipincsK
When I asked him to describe
in- work, and if lie ever worried
that one morning he would wake
up with nothing to write about,
he answer I with the trace of j
i lie brings to silly
| quo ions
"My job is no different from
I a bus driver's He gets up in the
mor ling, ? to work and drives
ii us, II li n't occur to him
not to do it. and he really does
n< I think about it. I just do my
job. It's just my kind of wink
and it never seems possible that
I u Hit do it "
I suddenly felt very foolish
that I'd ever conceived of a writ
eis ilock. ii h w this pragmatic
aopr ach to life, and 1 wasn't
surprised to find that his choice
of Great men in his lifetime were
essentially men of action.
AT THE dinner table one
Might someone suggested that
Chairman Mao was an effective
hum;n being, and possibly a
great one. Cy was visibly annoyed
and he answered in the deep, a
bit-too-loud voice he has as a re-
sult of his semi-deafness:
"Look, Mao is a murderer. Have
you forgotten the thousands of
people he has put to death? He
is effective in a Machiavellian
way, but he is a murderer just
the same. Anyway, you people
talk as if great men are born ev-
ery minute. Great men are very
rare; maybe there are two in
* ">' I respondent during
v. < Id War [I.
While in Germany, he met a
>' a wh) v. is drinking
herself to death. When ho a k id
her why, she ret rted that there
wasn't much for hr to li< tor.
ALL HER familv h id b sen
murdered -by the Nazis, and it
wa a matter if time !<<: ire they
would find hi r ad ed that
she had no mom y e;< ape. Cy
imm >diati ly ti gn h d his rela-
tive to si II ':. i bcl ive l painting
and sent the m in>y to him. He
gave it to the girl, and she es-
capi d, Considi ri i \ that the paint-
ing h I "a j possession of
value, it's quite n story
to lien I was Hi A intro I
to Sulzberg< r, he I me know
thai he wasn'l h i pj to be in-
volved in a seminar on human re
i.' i ins during his summer <
tion. And one day, 10 days into
the eession, h<" jut disappeared.
He had taken his fishing rod and
was gone without a goodbye to
anyone, including Bill Movers,
moderator of the seminar. But he
left some of his notes at his seat,
and a nosy participant read
them. Next to one of the read
inns he had. notd: "For every
Rrsemory Furman (center) at a seminar with C. L. Salz-
berccr (left) and Bill Moyeis, seminar moderator.
prctl m th i s's a seminar." Oh
dear, I thought, wo had bond
him. H prefcrre I the fhh ta a
bunch of fervent idealists.
BUT THEN I i iti I zed that
In the 100.000 mill he trai ill
every year, and in the ntimats
interviews h- has along the way.
he gets eno \; h in I [ht and stim-
ulation to last him thi h a
mi nth vacation. To him, we
had seem id '''" tro* "
1>, t f r U3, ;-;- rre ence l -nl a
ti stind n tr t th mghts. When
hn ,-,.i;.. h; spoke tersely and
with ino.h concentration. He was
Restaurant Will
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i i .-. I i i,i. i.' k r o! t! e Shie
*: i' b.1 J | L 1*1P
msuncsd
hat h< Icnal a.I proc
,k n In oi Saturday ni .... Oct.
.3, between 4 and 10 p.m.. to the
...ratl El Fund.
Poultry sc vi .: during that
. i. be di
Kfoher
>i Empiri Pou try.
(Jrman a native-born li
cold The Jewish Floridian thai he
nail spoken to his mother, Valla
Urrr.an, in Haifa on Tuesday at
. a n ,, ai d al that i me li ami d
two b others-in-
ia\v, threi two n
md n i:e alread) sei ring
I, th. i ,i i d i >rc -.
Luncheon Opens Season
Tie Junior Auxiliary, Miami
nevcr nu|o never cynical or Jewish Homi and Hospital forth*
condescending, always very gra- t,ged, has slated it- first lunch-
clous and. while he would not eon of the new eaon for Tuesday
forgj e ne if I called him "great," at 12:20 p.m in the Ruby audit >-
rumbling stomach aside, he was rium at Douglas Gardens. Vivian
is a uniquely memorable Lloyd, vocalist, will offer a pro-
man. ;'m nl
A number of ladies from the HcHywccd-HalL r?3
recently organized the Tamara Chapter of Mizri len.
Shown at the presentation of its charter during
zation's 48th nalicnal convention are (from
American S&L Winner
Of Slate Jaycee Award
American Savings & Loan As-
sociation has been awarded first
place by the Florida Jaycees in
Florence Glazermcn, Naomi Lapine, Helen Weinstein, Ger-
trude Stencil Renee Stern, Edna Lazard, Ethel Shapiro, Bess
Welnslein, Roslyn Kruger, Dora Leftik, Lily Stone, national
\ c- president and Minna Yulish president of the chapter.
' '", its annual Spectrum Award Con-
onus lifetime. De Can lie and awa[.(| progran) (lesigned
Churchill, to my way of thinking,
were great. They're the only
two."
/
to recognize business or public
organizations which have per-
formed an outstanding civic serv-
II g wife. Marina, a Greek Or- ice by renovating old or run-down
thodox Catholic, met Sulzberger. buildings.
a .lev, during the war In Greece. A ican Savings was honored
and her romance is a wonder ronovatioll of (ts Oceanside
ful story in itself -one of those Build at Lincoln
courtships that involves nuiiica
meetings and enforced separa
Road Mall and Washington Ave-
nue, and for its Bayside Building
at Lincoln and Alton Roads, Mi-
ami Deach. The award was given
at the Florida Jaycees annual con-
ference held in Jacksonville.
'A Delicate Balance' first
Subscription Series Film
Edward Albee's "A Delicate
Balance" starring Katharine Hep-
burn, Paul Scofield, Lee Remick.
Kate Rcid. Joseph Cotten and
Betsy Blair was announced by the
American Film Theatre as the in-
tions and secret, coded messages
for eight months in Jerusalem
for Marina while she waited for
Cy. To add to their frustrations,
when they were finally ready.
they could find no one to marry
them in Israel since theirs was a
mixed marriage.
IT'S A marvelous plot, and
when Marina, who is an extra-
ordinary raconteur, tells the
Story, vou can see Ingrld Berg-
man and Cary Grant running
through the Arab quarter into
2? ttlTJKeornS augur., film to be shown in .
Marina in the steam bath and subscription series in the dealer
have her repeat it to me. I've Miami arca on Monday and Tues-
discovered, by th? way, that peo- 0(., 29 and 30
pie arc very vulnerable in steam
baths. I'm thinking of conducting Four showings of the film, two
all mv interview- in them. I just matjnee and two evening perform-
have to find a waterproof tape- inces are scncduled b) the fol-
recorder. lowing theatrei: Gables. Coral Ga-1
One of the very best Stories vil, Hialeah: Surf. Mi
S % JS "JSH S -* L. T., *
bou"ht when he was a very young Miamj Beach and in the Fort Lau-
man. He adored it kept it dcrdalc area the Lakes Six Thea-
with him wherever he went, arid Soll,hport and Village 1 thea 1
only relinquished it to a rela- j
live -hen he went overseas as .us.
American Saving won Florida Jaycees An-
nual Spectrum Award for renovofion* on
their Oceanside and Bnysida Buildings.
Photo shows left to right, (top) before end
after renovations on their Main iCceanside)
Building, at Lincoln Road Mall and Wash-
ington Avenue, and (bottom) b-lorc and
alter renovations on their Eiscayne Build-
ing, at Alton and Lincoln Roads. Both build-
ings are located in Miami 3ec:h.


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Friday, October 12. 1973
Youth Advisors and Directors
Convene Under CAJE Auspices
Mizrachi Women Meetings
Include An Installation
Participation of their youth
gioups in the Soviet Jewry Sim-
chat Torah Rally, the formation of
a seminar program for Youth Ad-
visors, the introduction of the
Akiva High School program and
the establishment of a placement
service for youth advisors, were
highlights of the issues considered
at the first meeting in this com-
munity of Jewish youth advisors
and diiectors of the Greater Mi-
ami area, convened under the
auspices of CAJE.
Herbert Zvi Bergcr, executive
director of the agency, said that
the gathering of youth directors
and the formation of a variety of
progiams on a community-wide
ba is, were an indication of the in-
creasing impo tance of informal
I-rc^ianuning in the overall struc-
of Jewish education, and that
the combined efforts of Akiva and
Judaica High Schools of the CAJE,
the synagogue youth movements,
Zionist youth organizations,
jviii the "Y," uiil lead to a great-
.. nhanced program for Jewish
I .. ers throu toul the entire
Mian i community.
!! urn Sh< r n.unity Sha-
dett in n of ill i
Simchal Torah Soviet
Jewrj. schedui d afi<
n< an i t i :..'
rium. He announced thai the pro-
:, would inclu I < n He I
ing ceremony, th t Ci..... hiidren
Oul Gri up, a speal
ing on Soviet Jewry. :| procession
(.i pcst< M, bann i an im
to the Bakafol on Simcha To-
rah, the contacting of Jews in
Soviet Russia and b ief talks b>
teen ag* m who hi I vi \U d Eastei a
Eurofs this sumo
Youth directors were urged to
uiate their m 'i~'<: Tship to at-
tend and to send cards and ii I a
to Congress urging the passing of
the Vanik-Mhls bill, demanding
proper treatmum lews in Rus
sia before g anting most favored
nation status to the Soviet Union.
The rany will have greater
significance because of events in
Austria relating to the closing of
the transit cam;' at Schonau by
the Au-tiian government follow-
ing the threat of Arab terrorists.
and by the events of this week in
the Israel Arab conflict.
Gene Greenzwdg, director of
Youth Progi amir ing for CAJE who
chaired the meeting, stressed the
necessity of an oiganized program
oi pie-seivice and in-service train-
ing for youth advisors.
A subcommittee consisting of
Carl Gussin. regional director of
B'nai B'rith Youth, Vivian Becker,
director of staff at the YMHA.
Hanan Sher and Gene Greenzweig
formulated a program to be held
during the fourth week of Novem-
ber which will include skill ses-
sions in the use of films, games,
the arts, and many others for the
chapter and club.
The program of the Akiva High
School which is designed to train
Jewish youths for future leader-
ship roles in the America Jewish
community, was explained by
G.cenzweig and Ab aham J. Git
tehon, associate dir.ctor of CAJE.
The program will serve to comple-
ment and strengthen the existing
youth organizations, and teenagers
will be accepted in the program
inly on the recommendation of
ind continued participation in
heir respective youth organiza
ions.
The Akiva program will serve
o combine formal study parti di-
lation in infoimal youth program-
ming, knowledge of the American
Jewish community and skills in
eadership techniques to develop
i core of some 40 to 50 teen-agers
vho will be the leadership group
f the community. Lay and pro-
fessional community leaders will
participating in the program
is resource people in addition to
he staff of the CAJE.
In addition, the programs o.' the
udaica High School, the out-reach
een-age piogram of the CV1K.
ere desc ibed bv Rabbi Shim n
Izulay, In... school coordinator of
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Other matters that were consid-
ered at the meeting were the dis- j
tribution of a community youth
activity calendar, listing major.
events of each organization.
Attending the meeting were
Rabbi Shimon Azulay, CAJE: Viv-
ian Becker, YMHA: Zvi Bergcr.
CAJE: Harec-n Beitiscn, YMHA:
Sett Bossak. BBYO: Richard Cor-
,eri. Tern*:-- ...enorah: Reuven
EsLcol, Hashachar; Abraham J.
Jiltdsiin, CAJE: Frank Gladstone,
Temple Isiael. and Cene Green-,
iweig. CAJE.
Also Carl Gus.tn. b.iVO; Join
Xatz. NCSY: Marty Listowsky.
Temple Sinai, Hollywood; Yoshua
ileshulach. Aid to Trade for Is
,i program; Allen Hints, USY;
Rabbi Reuven Lansbei g. Beth Is-
aJ MiKe Pausman, Hashachar;
lanan Slier, Israel Community
iach; Al en Solomon, SEFTY:
Carol,' Wciner, Tempi'' Beth Sha-
om; and Sany Zu k od, Temple
Mizrachi Women chapters have
scheduled the following events:
On Monday. Oct. 22, at 1 p.m.
in the mezzanine card room of the
Honey Plaza, the Dvorah Chapter
will hold its Succoth party featur-
ing an Israeli travelogue in color
on the screen. Narrator will be
Jeanne Finkelstein. Florida Coun-
cil Coordinator. Beatrice Fuch*
and Fannie Berg are the presid-
ium.
Shalvah Chapter's membership
function will be hosted by Dana
Herschman at her home. 4430 Pine
Tree Dr.. on Wednesday, Oct. 24
at 8 p.m. Members are invited to
bring a new member. Gail Gordon
is president.
The newly organized Tamara
Chapter of Hallandale and Holly-
wood with .Mrs. Isidore Yulish at
the helm, will feature an Israeli
film on Wednesday. Oct. 24 at 1:30
p.m. at Golden Isles South. 427
Golden Isles Dr.. Hallandale.
Miami Beach Chapter president
"nflv l Knt/ announces the chap
ter installation luncheon on Sun-
I day, Oct. 28, at the Shore Club
'at noon. Betty Falk, vice presi-
dent, will be guest of honor, and
I Lily Stone, national vice president,
' will be the installing officer.
Auxiliary to Fete
Douglas Gardens
Residents Oct. 2/
The Greater Miami Women's
' Auxiliary. Miami Jewish Home
i and Hospital for the Aged, will
hold its first monthly birthday
party for the residents of Douglas
Gardens, 151 NE 52nd St., on Sun-
; day, Oct. 21, at 2 p.m.
Mrs. Lawrence SilveTinan, presi-
dent of the auxiliary, will Jive the
message of welcome
A musical program, I -tuning
iong stylist, Patrica G le, has
been planned bj program chair-
man, Mrs. Louis Makovsk
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