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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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"(Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THt JEWISH V/EEKLY
ne 46 Number 43
Miami, Florida Friday, October 26, 1973
Twr. Section*
Pri~? 25 cents

DISTINGUISHED CIVIC CAREER
iwiinquimep CIVIC CAREER f^\ | Q\ 1 T-|
FedeTalioVFicks Ceasefire Slow to Brmg
Fleeman as New Mideast Battle to Halt
President Here
David B. Fleeman was inaugurated as the new president of
Greater Miami Jewish Federation Sunday at the largest
annual meeting ever held in the 35-year history of Federation.
Over 550 members of Miami's Jewish community gathered
to witness Fleeman accept the Federation gavel from outgoing
jidenl Robert Russell.
OTHER FEDERATION lead-
ers inaugurated for 1974 terms
if office include vice presidents,
1. Jules Arkin, Harry B. Smith,
Harry A. Levy. Morton Silber-
n and F'i Timoner; secre-
tary, Mrs. Sol Goldstein: asso-
leeret iry, Xorma C. Kip-
ills: treasurer. Samuel I. Adler,
1 associate treasurer, Robert
irig.
Fleeman, president of Flee-
, is a former vice
president of Federation and has
d as chairman of Federa-
on's Construction Division and
chairman of its Community Re-
lations Committee.
He was Overall Operation
Upgrade chairman of the 1973
> JA-IEF campaign, served as
dent of the Miami Chap-
r of the American Jewish
nmittee and is vice president
By Special Report
Even as Secretary of State
Henry Kissinger left Moscow
early this week, where he and
Communist Party Chief Leonid
Brezhnev hammered out a cease-
fire agreement that took effect
12 hours later under the asspices
of the United Nations, both sides
of the Middle East conflict kept
Ui fir guns blazing, their tanks
moving and planes fighting in
the air.
Dr. Kissinger arrived in Tel
Aviv Monday for a iivc-hour con-
ference with Israel Premier Golda
Meir. and when the ceasefire
went into effect, not much
changed on the battlefield.
ON THE Syrian front. Israeli
forces succeeded in recapturing
Syrian forces on the opening day
of the Yom Kippur war.
Ml. Hermon is an important
look-out point at the peak of the
Golan Heights, which gives Israel
a perfect view of the Syrian plain
in the distance below. Syria, at
mid-week still refused to accept
the terms of the Big Power-im-
posed ceasefire.
Jordan had accepted, but King
Hussein said Tuesday that his
forces would continue to fight
under Syrian command.
OR. KISSINGER
strategic Mt. Hermon that Israel
has occupied since the 1967 Six-
Day War and that fell to invading
spurning the
Libya and Iraq.
The Israelis
ceasefire
Also
were
announced that
their push into Syria had netted
them 370 square miles of land
beyond the land already occupied
Continued on Page 7 A
DAViD HUM AH
ei the Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged, a Fed-
ion beneficiary.
RUSSELL AM) Levy, 1973
CJA-IEF chairmen, wire hon-
ored for their many services to
Continued on Page 9-A
U.S.-50VIET MOVE HAMMERED OUT IN MOSCOW
Where Israel, Arabs are in Place

IN WAKE OF CONSTITUTIONAL CRISIS
Appeal for Fairness
To President Embarks
On Sectarian Direction
By Special Report
The constitutional crisis is taking a sectarian turn.
Attorney General Elliot Richardson resigned Saturday night
when President Nixon fired spe-
cial Watergate investigator Arch-
ibald Cox and, immediately after
that. Deputy Attorney General
William Ruckelshaus for refus-
ing to fire Cox. which Richard-
son had also refused to do.
NOW COMES a mass national
mailing for the National Citizens'
Committee for Fairness to the
Presidency, mailed from Provi-
dence. R.I.. and signed by Thom-
as Wolfe Pearlman, secretary of
the committee, who charges
that there is a "very dangerous
game being played" called 'Get
the President.'
The National Citizens' Commit-
Continued on Page 13A
PRESIDENT NiXON
By Special Report
Secretary of State Henry Kis-
singer's nth-hour trip to Moscow
weekend, purportedly at the
urgent request of the Soviet
minist Party Chief
Leonid Brezhnev, hit pay dirt
when both the
I stal and the Soviet
Union asked the UN Security
cil for an in-place ceasefire
in the Israel-Arab war.
Israel and Egypt promptly ac-
cepted the ceasef're, but several
Arab nations, including Iraq had
not accepted when the announce-
ment was made that fighting
would come to an end 12 hours
after the Security Council ap-
proved the joint U.S-Soviet move.
EVEN AS the UN was making
plans for a halt to the bloody war
along the current battle lines,
Israeli units were advancing along
a broad front into Egypt after ex-
tending two bridgeheads from the
Suez Canal and marching on
Cairo.
In addition to the in-place
ceasefire, the Security Council
called for immediate steps to put
into effect the provisions of Res-
olution 242 of the Council adopt-
ed on Nov. 22, 1967.
That resolution called upon Is-
rael to withdraw from all terri-
tories occupied following Israel's
lightening victory in the Six-
Day War of 1967.
In addition to hatting the bat-
tle in place 12 hours after adop-
tion of the latest resolution Sun-
day night, the UN move also
called upon all parties concerned,
specifically meaning Israel, to
implement Resolution 242, which
WHERE THEY
WERE BEFORE
. PACE 2-A
Israel has repeatedly said is un-
acceptable to her.
THE UN move also said that
concurrently with the ceasefire,
negotiations should start between
Israel and the Arabs aimed at
permanent peace in the Middle
Ejttt,
Early Sunday night, the White
House, beleaguered by the con-
stitutional crisis precipitated by
President Nixon's firing of Spe-
cial Counsel Archibald Cox in the
Watergate investigation, and Dep-
uty Attorney General William
Ruckelshaus, as well as the resig-
nation of Attorney General Elliot
Continued on Page 7-A
ADL Charges Oil Is
Phony Threat to Us
BY SPECIAL REPORT
NEW YORK Calling the problem of American energy needs
"solvable"' without Arab oil, the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
has made public a comprehensive analysis of the "energy crisis" and
announced "a nationwide campaign to counter Arab propaganda."
The analysis, printed as a pamphlet, "Oil and U.S. Mideast Policy,"
ooints out that current Arab oil importation is approximately only four
per cent of America's total oil
needs and declares that "the U.S.
should not, need not and must
not submit to Arab oil black-
mail aimed at forcing reversal of
American support for Israel."
"NEITHER ISRAEL nor U.S.
policy toward the Middle Eastern
nations has any relevance to the
energy crisis." according to Sey-
mour Graubard, national chair-
man of the ADL. Making a dis-
tinction between "long foresee-
able" American energy needs and
Arab oil supplies, he said Arab
linkage of the two is "a phony
issue."
In an introduction to the
pamphlet. Graubard calls for re-
Continued on Page 7-A
Long Record of UN's Israel Failures
WILLIAM KtKKtlSHAUS
The Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith has announced the
availabilitv of counteraction ma-
terial related to Arab propa-
ganda and information sheets re-
lated to the Middle East crisis.
As part of its coordinated work
with other Jewish agencies,
ADL's national office specialists
have prepared up-to-date fact
sheets covering such topics as
"The Record of Arab Aggression
Against Israel" and "Arab Ex-
tremism A Deliberate Program
of Hate Nourishes Aggression
Against Israel."
"We view this material as of
special significance to speakers
and opinion-molders. particularly
now that the United Nations has
imposed a ceasefire in the Mid-
dle East struggle." said Arthur
Teitelbaum, regional director of
the Florida ADL.
TEITELBAUM NOTED that the
League's research and fact-find-
ing staffs will continue to pro-
duce issue-oriented factual ma-
terials on the other aspects of the
Middle East.
He said these materials will be
distributed through Jewish Fed-
erations and the ADL's resources
in Florida and throughout the
nation.
Continued on Page 8-A


Page 2-A
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Friday. October 28,
Where They Were When Firing Ended
By Special Report
Hours before the UN ceasefire
went into effect in the Middle
East, Israeli officers on the Sinai
front said that their tanks had
"broadened their gateway into
Fwvrt" A "ere now within 40
miles of Cairo. __ -r
Gen. Uzi N'arkis, is a briefing
with newsmen miles from the
f:ont lines, declared that Israel
had destroyed 70 Egyptian tanks
and captured more anti-aircraft
and missile batteries.
THERE ARE reported to in-
clude intact SA.M-6's. the vaunt-
ed Soviet-produced weapon that
has knocked out a reported one-
fourth of the Israel Air Force
and which neither the United
States nor Israel has ever seen at
CiO-e range.
Object of the Israeli stiike
FILLING IN
BACKGROUND
across' the S&ez at two major
points south of Bitter Lakes was
to spread north and south along
the west bank of the canal, then
to fan out westward to Cairo and
eastward to the canal with the
purpose of entrapping a huge
foice of Egyptian forces and
weapons in her toehold along the
east bank.
In Cairo. Egyptian sources said
Israel was sustaining heavy losses
and that its defense units were
knocking down large number of
I Is^aeU jets over Suez. _jt
BUT NEWSMEN in the area
noted that most of the furious
lighting was being done in Egypt
proper by invading Israeli forces
which the Egyptians earlier in
the week characterized as a "task
force" that it had surrounded and
warned to surrender or oe annhi-
lated.
That task force, by week's end.
reruted to be in excess of
12.000 Israeli troops with untold
numbers of tanks and other mo-
bile equipment in support.
Egypt insisted it had destroyed
85 of the tanks and 56 halftracks.
Israel Defense Minister Moshe
Dayan, in commenting on the Is-
raeli plunge into Egypt, noted
that "Until yesterday (Saturday),
the air force was crossing the
canal with great danger.
"BUT SINCE we destroyed
* 'tVeir rhissile bases in the central
sector, the planes are flying much
more safely."
On the northern front in Syria,
action was relatively quiet, al-
though at ceasefire time, the Sy-
rians were still shelling advance
Israeli positions.
In response to the news that Is-
rael had knocked out ail of Sy-
ria^ oil installations during the
first two weeks of the war. Syria
announced Sunday that one of its
fighter planes had bombed an oil
ISRAEL WAS WFORMED Of THW VMS
J Nixon, LBJ Agreed on Keeping Jerusalem
mRfsAIFM (JT\) The i THE WRITER is a member of including government and military
and President Nixon, before he
took office in 1969. expressed the
view to close associates that Israel
would be foolish to give up East
Jerusalem after the 1967 Six-Day
War.
The Israeli government was in-
formed of those views by undis-
closed sources and based its poli-
cies in East Jerusalem on that in
formation, according to "Jerusa-
lem a City Without Walls." by
Uzi Benziman. which will be pub
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Ralph Barrish and Alex Malley,
>f Miami Beach, have taken an
ntensive three-week course at the
nird annual Summer Institute of
i -ienoe and Technology given at i
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During their stay in Israel, Bar-
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cess to classified documents.
President Johnson expressed his .
opinion to close advisors while in
>ffice, and Nixon spoke before his
first inauguration, but Israel knew |
he would stick to his view even
afterwards. Benziman says.
AMONG OTHER disclosures in
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-ign a pact with Israel to define
the status of the Christian commu-
nities in the Holy Land because,
as he said in a message to Presi
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state without boundaries.
Four Cabinet ministers opposed
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Mordechai Bentov and Israel
Herzilai, of Mapam, and the late
Zalman Aranne and Eilahu Sas-
son. of the Labor Party. Premier
Levi Eshkol himself strongly sup
ported the step.
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Friday, October 26, 1973
+Jei*lsl> FlcricJfan
Soviets Let
Out Five
Top Activists
NEW YORK (JTA) Five
leading Jewish activists in the S
viet Union have been given per
mission to leave, it was learned
here recently. According to the
National Conference on Soviet
Jewry, visas have been granted to
Boris Einbinder and Vladimir Ro-
ginsky, of Moscow, and to Igor
Goldfarb, of Kiev.
The Student Struggle for Soviet
Jewry reported that visas were
also promised to Vladimir Mash, a
well-known economist and Boris
Orlov, a historian, both of Moscow.
MEANWHILE, more than 80
other Soviet Jews have protested
to the Soviet Communist Party
Central Committee over the denial
of visas to them and others, it was
reported from Moscow.
\ The Central Committee was chal-
lenged to state why it has not to
date informed more than 80 visa
applicants of the fate of their ap-
plications. The petition, made
available Sept. 20 to Western
newsmen, said the applicants did
not belong to "any of the categor-
ies" named by Communist Party
Secretary Leonid J. Brezhnev dur-
ing his visit to the U.S. last June.
They said that previous appeals
to the Central Committee were
never acknowledged and that they
had never received any written
acknowledgement of their visa ap
plications. "We are without rights
before the Soviet authorities. We
cannot even file a complaint when
permission to leave is refused to
us, as refusals are only given
verbally" the appeal said.
.'-WE KNOW that the instruc-
tions on which our fate depends
come-from the Central Commitree
-r^hat is. from whom the KGB
(secret police) and MVD (Interior
Ministry) take their orders." Signa-
tories of the "petition included emi-
nent scientist Prof. Benjamin Lev-
ich, computer specialist Alekcan-
der Lerner, and Vladimir Slepak.
Egyptian Forces
Surrender In
targe Numbers
By Special Report
Israel Wednesday claimed that
(Egyptian forces in the Sinai were
giving up in large numbers and
jthat th Egyptian army was
"nearly destroyed.'"
The announcement came on th<-
heels of a U.S.-Soviet sponsored
resolution in the. United Nation--
ifor a second ceasefire in the
Middle Bast.
Following acceptance of the
jw>*?ekend ceasefire both Israel and
the Arabs claimed violations on
jthe part of the other. Israel also
fc&id that ther<* "had been no cease-
ifire with Syria.
Israel Wednesday said her
forces were within 35 miles of
Cairo and battling for the city of
(Suez.
Syria accepted the second
iceasefire provided Israel with-
draw from all territories occu-
pied in the 1967 war. (See stories.
page 1-A.)
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evening trips. Ben Kutcher
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Friday, October 23, 1973,
Jewish Floridian Mideast 'Ceasefire9 Analyzed
DFFICE and PLANT 120 N.E. 6th Street Telephone 373-4605
P.O Box 2973, Miami, Florida 33101
Fred K. Shochet Leo Mindlin Sflma M. Thompson
Editor and Publisher Associate Editor Assistant to Publisher
The Jewish Floridian Does Not Guarantee The Kashruth
1 Of The Merchandise Advertiied In lt Columns
Published every FridVv since 1927 by The Jewish Floridian
Second-Class Postage Paid at Miami, Fla.
The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unjy and the Jewish WeeWy
Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Sey^e,, Art, Feature Synd,
eate. Worldwide New. Service. National Editorial Association,Amenn As
ociation of English-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida. Prs Association.
Volume 46
Friday, Octobei 26, 1973
Number 43
30 T1SHRI 5734
At Least The Killing Stops
The UN ceasefire means many things to many people.
To the Soviet Union and the Arabs, it means Israel's
return to its pre 1967 borders.
To Israel, it means a trading of its forward positions
in Egypt and Syria for a return to the status guo at the
moment of the coordinated Egyptian-Syrian attack on Yom
Kippur on Oct. 6.
To the United States, it means the hope that we can
avoid a confrontation with the Soviet Union in the Middle
East, pressure applied on the Arabs to let the oil resume
its flow and the possibility of a permanent peace in the
area.
These are very conflicting positions with divergencies
among them that do not hold out hope for solution even
among men of the best kind of will.
In the absence of precisely that quality among some
of the contending parties, the best one can do at the mo-
ment is to be grateful that the slaughter has ended.
No Honor For Sneaks
When the war was not going well for Israel, the press
joined the Arab claque to remind us in somber, stentorian
tones that the myth of Israeli invincibility is dead.
Egyptian generals said they had not encountered
Israeli supermen in the field of battle, but frightened mice
in retreat.
The same generals echoed the words of Arabs every-
where: their "honor" had been restored.
We'd like to know what honor there was in the 100,000
Egyptian soldiers who overran a holding force along the
Suez Canal on the solemn day of Yom Kippur at the same
moment that another Arab force was attacking on the
north along the Golan Heights.
War yes, perhaps even good war. But honor no,
particularly not when at the moment that they began to
lose the advantage their sneak attack gave them their
puppeteer sued for peace.
Let Us Not
Mount Sinai Hospital is among the organizations here
that have taken the lead in cancelling major social events
because of the war in the Middle East.
We commend Mount Sinai for its decision to cancel
its President's Ball scheduled for Dec. 15.
"Many of us," observed Edward Shapiro president,
and Max Orovitz, chairman of the board, "are contributing
the monies we would have spent for tickets to the Dull to
a special fund. These monies will be sent to Israel in the
name of the Mount Sinai Medical Center to go toward the
purchase of life-saving drugs and medications."
Declared the hospital's leaders, and this is the crux of
it, "We are, of course, doing this over and above other
commitments we have made for Israel" durina these tragic
weeks since the sneak Arab Yom Kippur attack.
Let us not forget. There may be a "ceasefire," but the
need continues for cash immediately.
Forget
More and Better Service
The Jewish Floridian this week marked comple-
tion of its 45th year of consecutive publication here.
We look back upon this period of time with some
satisfaction, but also with an awareness that our
objective of service to the Jewish community is one
demanding unending determination on our part to
do more, and better, as the years go by.
We hope that our failure to take notice of our
birthday on the precise date of the occasion last
week because of our editorial preoccupation with the
Middle East war says something about our dedica-
tion to this principle.
Now that we pause to take a breather, we re-
dedicate ourselves to this principle and to our broad
objective: more and better service to an informed
community.
A NUMBER of readers have
written to say that my re-
eent column on Dr. Kissinger and
Austria's Chancellor Bruno Krei-
Bky simply did not fit the facts.
And already, there have been
callers to argue the same thing
about last week's column on de
tente, oil and the Middle East.
In their view, it was not true
(hat Dr. Kissinger was poised to
jmpose a costly sett'ement on the
Israelis. They disagreed that he
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ward just becauje he is ,i.
And now. the> contended par.
tlcularly since the Yom K
war, the massive American air
lift to Israel has demonstrated
just the oppo-ite about him.
I DON'T think it demonstrates
anything of the kind. T
fire he has arranged with Leonid'
Brezhnev proves the point.
From the beginning, mj
tion was that Israel ir.u>t in,! the
war on her own tern-.-, n : on Dr.
Ki-inger's or Brezhnev's T
lift in no way suggests I
l>rael achieves her military ob-
jectives she need have no fear
of American betrayal in any en-
suing ceasefire or pear,' i
tion.
Let there be no mistaki From
the Nixon adminbtratii point
of view, the Middle Easi
was. and still is, a confr
between the U.S. and Soviet-
Union for parity if not I ':nina-
tion in the Medxterran
Israel and the Arabs \vi re mere
pawns, shooting up the latest
hardware and electron-, gear
sent by each side to his cl
the same way that the I
and Communists sent their inno-
vative gadgets to the op|
sides in the Spanish Civil War.
LET IT also be clear that de-
spite the ceasefire Moscow con-
tinues to see the Mid II
struggle essentially the same way,
but with a few important differ-
ences.
A stunning Arab victory, on^
which they gambled, would have
raised the Soviets' presl
the Middle East even high v than
it was before Prcsiden
booted them out of Egypt last
year.
Continued on Page 12-A
SHARE many of Rabbi Tibor
Stem's concerns with the fu-
ture of American Jewry' as well
as the neglect in developing a
viable program here and now
while concentrating on the needs
of Israel and Soviet Jewry, im-
portant as they are.
But it seems to me that his
High Holy Days message to the
community, eonveved through the
Miami Herald and later with some
changes in The Jewish Floridian,
might have avoidedin the spirit
of those daysattacks on Reform
and Conservative Judaism for
to charge that we face extinction
in this country "because of com-
promises made bv the Conserva-
tive and Reform branches of the
faith" is an outrage. Well, if he
were quoted correctly, he at least
agrees we are still in the faith,
which some Orthodox leaders will
not admit.
TO SUPPORT his claim, Rabbi
Stern stated that the percentage
of intermarriage with nonJews
ranged to 80 and 90 per cent
among Conservative and Reform
Jews in many areas of the coun-
try. This is, a dubious statement
at best and while it may be true
in Dothan, Ala., or Des Moines,
Iowa, where there are very few
Jews, it is certainly not true of
the nation at large if the more
scientific National Jewish Popu-
lation Study, just completed, is
to be believed.
Here we are told that some 9.2
per cent of all Americans who
are now married (1900-1972) are
partners in mixed marriages. This
is nothing to be smug about, for
the study also shows that during
the 1966-1972 period the propor-
tion of American Jews marrying
non-Jews rese to more than 30
per cent of all marriages involv-
ing Jews. I agree with Rabbi
Stern that there is certainly.
cause for alarm among those of
us who see the survival of Juda-
ism and the Jewish people as
important to the world of the
future as it has been through all
these difficult millenia.
I ALSO have a dubious statis-
tic to offer. Records kept of con
versions at Temple Israel for the
past 15 years and I make a
very logical assumption that prob-
ably a majority of converts were
taught by the rabbis of this larg-
est of all synagogues (Reform 1
in the community indicate that
some 60 per cent of the Jewish
partners claimed to be either
from Orthodox or non-practicing
homes. I say "claimed" because
it is well-known that a lot of non-
practicing Jews will prefer to
be non-practicing Orthodox
rather than Reform or Conserva-
tive because it makes them feel
better when they attack the
latter.
Interestingly enough, the con-
verts reveal somewhat the same
pattern, coming either from non-
practicing Christians or from the
most authoritarian branches. But
as I have stated, these are dubi-
ous figures and are only offered
to make the point that so are
Rabbi Stern's and have as equal
validity.
What is most interesting and.
to me, significant is that the
study states that in contrast to
widespread belief 96 per cent of
the children whether in mixed
(non-conversion) or Jewish (con-
version of the non-Jewish part-
ner) marriages are raised as
Jewish. I know that here Rabbi
Stern and I can agree that we
wish that figure would be as
high among those families where
both husband and wife are born
Jewish instead of the pathetic
record we are making today in
Jewish education.
THIS CHALLENGING part of
the study is one which should
give orthodoxy some pause if
it is truly interested in Jewish
survival and not in maintaining
some rigid and outdated codes,
the kind which have turned the
overwhelming majority of Israeli!
away from religion. Had it not
been for Reform and Conserva-
tism, we would have seen Judaism
as a religion in this country prac-
ticed by a pitifully small remnant
and, as a result, its virtual disap^
pearance from the world scene
long before now.
It is at Reform synagogues like
Temple Israel where one finds
in accord with the statistics
that children of the non-Jewish
female partner are getting a
Jewish education and are being
brought up as Jews, sometimes
despite the indifference of the
Jewish husband.
In not too rare instances trie
education continues even after
the Jewish husband and his non-
Jewish wife have been divorce^
Well, this certainly v.ould no
fit into the Orthodox scheme or.
things, among others, such as per-
mitting women to make up the
minyan for prayer as we have ,
only recently been told.
WHEN RABBI Stern plead*
for Reform and Conservatism to
"make a complete reversal m
their philosophy and return to me
traditional mainstream of Juda-
isms over the past 4.000 years
But the distinguished scholar
surely knows better than I tn
there have been many tram
tional and mainstream' Jua
isms overthe past 4.000 years
and I would hope, as this critical
new year in Jewish history "
gins, that Rabbi Stern not ignore
that scholarship for special pwao
ing, or create division at a tim
where we mat be united
never before.
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Friday, October 26, 1973
Soviet Friend on Jewish Stage?
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
At about the same time that
black labor leaders 01 the AFL-
ClO were preparing a resolution
in support of I>rael last week.
Angela Davis was speaking at the
Jewish Cultural Center on South
Beach.
Now I will defend Ms. Davis'
right to speak and be heard any-
r? and by any group which
wishes to listen to this avowed
Communist militant supporter of
the Soviet regime and an open
sympathizer of the Arab cause
that's her right. But under the
auspices of a group which still car-
ries the "Jewish" label? Even the
American Council for Judaism
wouldn't go that far.
I DO not mean to put them down
when I say that most of those
present were of an age which
might indicate senility because
that would be unfair to the many
older people of sharp and lucid
mind. Rather attribute it to
"stunted growth."
When Stalin's purges of old
Bolsheviks in the 30's seemed to
be mostly of Jews, some had
doubts. When his post-war mur-
ders of Jews took place, others
.
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I am a former inmate of
Mauthausen. Melk. Ebensee, Am
stetten. Bergen Belsen. Birkenau
and Auschwitz. No. 70720.
As such. I would like it known
that Bruno Kreisky and Adolf
Schicklgruber, better known as
Adolf Hitler, were both from
Austria. Hitler, born in Braunau.
devoted practically his entire life
to the extermination of the Jews.
He did not quite succeed, although.
six-million is a very impressive
figure.
KREISKY, chancellor of Aus-
tria, is a Jew himself, even though
his answer to this query by a
newsman was. "it's none of your
bloody business." With his deci-
sion to close 'he Schoenau Tran-
sit Camp for Soviet Jews on theii
way to Israel, he is helping to-
day's Hitlers tD finish the job
that couldn't be done ever before.
Hitler told the German people,
"it is not only a right but a duty"
to carry out his plans.
Kreisky. yielding to today's type
of Hitler blackmailer.--, calls his
great decision "a victory for hu-
manity." He is al-o trying to con-
vince the world that he i- doing
it for the security of the Jews,
not for the security of his Austrian
people.
"1 t my people go, Ki i Icy; do
not be conci rtl ibout their se-
curity."
EMERY L GREEN
Miami, Florida
OUR
READERS
WRITE
"L Kohelcih (Eccles-.astcs)
vere shaken in their faith. Who
:an still beli*ffe.2i: the Soviet sys-
em alter the open anti-Semitism
ind repression of Jews of the pres-
ent regime is confirmed?
I spoke to many of the same
>eople on the Fourth of July in
1971. at Flamingo Park, about the
\merican revolution. And in the
ourse of it, I made some pointed
-emarks about the lack of freedom
n the Soviet. It "touched off a
urore that almost led to blows
imong some of the listeners," I
vrote in my "Comment" column
n The Jewish Floridian the fol-
lowing week.
"ALTHOUGH I refused to be-
come involved in a debate then.
I did promise to meet them again
>n the issue, both in terms of the
orrupted ideology and the tragedy
)f Soviet Jews. I thought I had
in appeal when I briefly said that
he immorality of the Hilter-Stalin
'act, if nothing else, the purges
of Jews in Russia, Poland and
Czechoslovakia during Stalin'a
post-war madness, and the plight of
Jews in those nations today, should
onvince any Jew of this corrup-
tion ... I should have known bet-
r Nothing can shake the faith
>f these true believers."
I repeat that in no way would I
.vi h to deny these people the right
.0 hold their opinions, much as I
nay disagree with them. I write
this only with the desire to em-
barrass those whose contempt for
human rights should be exposed
for providing Angela Davis with
i platform under a "Jewish" um-
brella. For shame!
EDWARD COHEN
Miami
EDITOR, The Jewish Fioridian:
I would like to commend Dr.
David Lehrfreld for his review of
Dr. Charles Liebman's "The Am-
bivalent American Jew."
Dr. Liebman is a professor of
5 at Bar-Ilan University,
.ind from his vantagepoint he j
examines the perplexity of the
American Jew for all of us to see
with our naked eye.
Dr. Lehriield has done a most
I co'mmendable job in making us
: aware of this important publica-
3 tion.
JACOb R. MODANSKY
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Watching TV as Dr. Henry Kis-
singer took the oath of office as
the first Jewish secretary of state,
I was stunned to hear President
Nixon present him with the King
James Bible for the ceremony.
Regardless of whether or not the
new secretary or his family are
practicing Jews, it seems that the
President would have considered
that the Kissingers are Jews and
that he should have presented the
Bible of their faith for the cere
mony.
Or was this a trick?
Strange as it may seem, no mat-
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about Judaism, he will always be
referred to as a Jew. I believe this
was not only an insult to Jews, but
to Christians also.
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Ceasefire Violations Mark Mideast Standoff
Israel Kibbutzim Receive
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Continued from Page 1A
(the Golan Heights) since the
1967 war.
SYRIA DISPUTES the claim.
Furthermore, Damascus announc-
ed Monday, as the fighting con-
tinued well beyond the ceasefire
deadline, that it doesn't matter
how much land Israel occupies in
Syria. When discussions begin
about "Israel's withdrawal," the
Syrians are saying they plan to
trade "important" captured Is-
raeli pilots, some of them lan-
guishing in Syrian prisons since
the 1967 war. for the land the
Israelis have conquered.
On the southern front, along
the Suez, Israel battled against
blazing Egyptian guns long after
the ceasefire. By Wednesday, De-
fense Minister. Moshe Dayan not-
ed that "we will stop when ev-
eryone else slops. Ceasefire is
not an exclusive "club."
Dayan said that Israeli forces
also planned to stay precisely
where, .they were "It is a
good place to bo," he declared.
NO DETAILS were given out
either by the United States or
Israel when Dr. Kissinger de-
parted from Israel after his talk
with Mrs. Meir.
The Israelis meeting Dr. Kis-
singer's Air Force 2 plane and
saying farewell to him at Lydda
cheered wildly. All that seemed
to 'eak out was that Israel:
Will not abide by the Soviet
pre-condition that Israel with-
draw from all lands occupied in
the 1967 war "with only minor
corrections;
Insists on an immediate ex-
change of prisoners of war to
guarantee against the condition
currently persisting, where some
Arab countries still have Israeli
POW's from previous wars;
Demands that worldwide
Arab terrorism cease (the Pal-
estinian guerrillas have already
announced they intend to con-
tinue the fighting);
Warns other Arab nations to
cease helping Syria and Egypt in
the war;
Serves notice on Yemen in
the south to qu'.t firing on Is-
raeli ships at the southern end
of the Red Sea.
When Dr. Kissinger left Israel
for a meeting at the London air-
port with Foreign Secretary Sir
Alec Douglas-Home, Israeli
forces were still responding to
Egyptian fire both in Egyot,
where Israeli forces were spread
ing out north and south alonp
the Suez Canal and where Israel
was making a last ditch stand tr
encircle Egyptian troops on the
east side of the canal who seize1
their positions around Port Said
in the opening days of the war
while Israel was still mobilizing
her forces and lost on her on-the-
The Jewish Publication Society
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canal fortress known as the Bar- Pr3ram of book distribution that
Lev line. .,,, | W'N enable cooperative commu-
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In Egypt, the Israelis claim tclj their librarv shelves with a
some 700 sq. mi. net gain over variety of volumes which bear the
the borderlines prior to the latest JPS imprint. Society president
war, despite the loss of the Bar- Jerome J. Shestack announced
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In the face of the continuing Through special gifts from JPS
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ADL Says Oil is a Phony Threat
Continued from "Page 1-A
"during .the ~growing energy de-
mands of American industry and
consumer; to "what is available
and practicable."
Declaring that Americans "shall
have to demonstrate ability to
make small sacrifices of conven-
ience for the greater national in-
terest," he suggests "a combina-
tion of methods" for accomplish-
ing U.S. self sufficiency in en-
ergy: |
Increased use of automobiles
which get at least 20 miles to
the gallon instead of six or
eight;
Compelling public utilities
and other big industrial consum-
ers of energy to turn increasingly
to the use of low sulphur coal in-
stead of oil;
Where only high sulphur
coal is available, installing sul-
phur extraction processes now
available to limit air pollution;
Rescheduling airlines to
eliminate duplication of flights;
Increased public transporta-
tion;
Crash programs for recovery
of oil from the Continental Shelf.
for the gasification of coal, for
the extraction of oil from shale,
for nuclear energy and for other
potential sources of energy now
only in experimental stage.
THE ADL analysis charts U.S.
oi imports and consumption since
1970 projects needed amounts
through 1983, and spells out avail-
able and potential energy sources.
It warns against giving up "the
long term interest: of American
security" because of "fear in the
face of an oil squeeze and Arab
blackmail threats."
Quoting "leading experts" in
government, science and indus-
try, the ADL describes the Amer-
ican problem as one of "shortage
in the midst of plenty."
The agency's analysis says that
although existing energy supplies
"have been squandered at a far
faster rate than necessary by na-
tional wastefulness and failure to
conserve," American fuels are
"far from exhausted." It gives
the following examples:
U.S. Geological Survey esti-
mates placing the nation's total
coal resources at 3.2 trillion tons,
enough for many hundreds of
Israel, Egypt Accept
In-Place Ceasefire
Continued from Page 1-A
Richardson, nevertheless, an-
nounced that the administration
had agreed with Moscow on "an
immediate meeting with the Se-
curitv Council" for the purpose
of calling a halt to the Israel-
Arab struggle.
Presidential press secretary
Ronald Zieftler said that U.S. am-
bassador to the United Nations
John A. Scali had been directed
by President Nixon to join the
Soviet Union envoy, Jacob Malik,
in requesting a Security Council
session.
Apparently, the announcement
was as a consecuence of ground
broken in the talks between
Brezhnev and Dr. Kissinger then
in a second session of two four-
hour meetings in Moscow Sun-
day.
THE WHITE House announce-
ment declared that, "The U.S.
and the U.S.SJt. have agreed on
a resolution which will be sub
mitted jointly to the council this
evening."
The war began Oct. 6. and the
Council first met Oct. 8 to de-
bate the Mideast crisis.
The special Soviet position is
that only "with minor correc-
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pre-1967 borders.
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Friday, October 26; 1973
Long, Painful Record of the UN's Failures in Israel
Continued from Page 1-A
One such fact sheet on the rec-
ord of the United Nations as an
effective weapon in what Teitel-
baum called "the UN's efforts to
destroy Israel" follows here. It
and the other sheets are avail-
able from the Florida ADL of-
fice in the Seybold Building,
Miami.
It reads:
The UN Security Council has
been convened to discuss the la-
test round in the Middle East
conflict. The Arab states, led by
Egypt and her allies, have deter-
mined that an effective weapon
in their continuing struggle
against Israel is the United Na-
tions. It is tragically true that
what the Arabs have failed to
accomplish on the battlefields
can be attempted in the halls of
this great international body.
The unprovoked, premeditated
attack against Israel by Egypt
and Syria was confirmed by UN
observers: yet the UN's past rec-
ord makes it certain that there
will be no condemnation of this
new aggression by the two Arab
states.
There is an element of isola-
tion in Israel's position in the
various UN forums. Six states
that are currently members of the
Security Council more than
one-third of that body have
no diplomatic relations with Is-
rael. These include two of the
five permanent Security Council
members, China and the USSR
a fact which, because these states
have the power to veto any sub-
stantive resolution, gives some
measure of comfort to the Arab
bloc. Thirty-eight of the 132 mem-
ber states of the UN, and 13 of
the 32 constituting the Human
Rights Commission in 1972, main-
tain no diplomatic ties with Is-
rael. It should be noted also that
many states which sympathize
with Israel's struggle for justice
traditionally abstain on questions
relating to the Middle East con-
flict so as not to offend the Arab
bloc.
The impotence of the United
Nations in dealing with matters
involving Israel's interests is his-
torically apparent. When air pi-
racy or other acts of terrorism
have been discussed before any
UN forum, the result has been
little more than rhetoric. In fact,
the record shows that the Secur-
ity Council has adopted Middle
East resolutions only when they
are acceptable to the Arab bloc
and do not specifically criticize
the policies or actions of Arab
governments.
1. SUBJECT MATTER: Jordan-
ian complaint concerning Is-
raeli attacks against the
East Bank of Jordan on 21
March 1968 and Israeli com-
plaint concerning continu-
ous armed attacks against
Israel from Jordanian terri-
tory. (2124 March 1968)
Decision: Resolution 248
(1968) of 24 March 1968
condemning the military ac-
tion launched by Israel, de-
ploring all violent incidents
in violation of the cease-fire
and declaring that such ac-
tions of military reprisals
and other grave violations
of the cease-fire could not
be tolerated and that the
Security Council would have
to consider further and
more effective steps as en-
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visaged in the Charter to en-
sure against repetition of
such acts. ,
2. SUBJECT MATTER: Jordanian '*
complaint concerning Israeli
air attacks against the Jor-
danian city of Salt on 4
August 1968 and Israeli
complaint concerning con-
tinuous violations of the
cease fire by Jordan. (5-16
August 1968)
Decision: Resolution 256
(1968) of 16 August 1968
condemning the further mil-
itary attacks launched by
Israel and warning that if
such attacks were to be re-
peated the Council would
duly take account of the fail-
ure to comply #ith'4be reso-
lution.
3. SUBJECT MATTER: Israeli
complaints concerning an
ambush laid by United Arab
Republic soldiers against an
Israeli patrol on the east
bank of the Suez Canal on
26 August 1968 and firing
by United Arab Republic
forces against Israeli forces
on 8 September 1968 and 8.
and United Arab Republic
complaint concerning Israeli
shelling of Port Tawfiq,
Suez, Ismailia and Kantara
on 8 September. (4-18 Sep-
tember 1968)
Decisions: (i) Statement by
the president of the Secur-
ity Council at the 1,448th
meeting on 8 September 1968
to the effect that the Coun-
cil deeply regretted the loss
of life and requested the par-
ties strictly observe the
cease fire;
(ii) Resolution 258 (1968)
of 18 September 1968 insist-
ing that the cease-fire or-
dered by the Council must
be rigorously respected, re-
affirming its resolution 242
(1967), and urging all the
parties to extend their full-
est cooperation to the special
representative of the secre-
tary-general in the speedy
fulfillment of his mandate.
4. SUBJECT MATTER: United
Arab Republic complaint
concerning Israeli air attacks
against civilian targets in up-
per Egypt and Israeli com-
plaint concerning recent 9.
United Arab Republic at-
tacks against Israel. (l-4>
November 1968)
Decision: None.
5. SUBJECT MATTER: Lebanese
complaint against Israeli air
attacks against the Civil In-
ternational Airport of Beirut
on 28 December 1968 and
Israeli complaint concern-
ing Lebanese assistance to
irregular forces operating
from Lebanon against Israel.
(29-31 December 1968)
Decision: Resolution 262
(1968) of 31 December 1968
condemning Israel for its
premeditated military action
and issuing a solemn warn-
ing to Israel that if such acts
were to be repeated the
Council would have to con-
sider further steps to give
effect to its decisions.
6. SUBJECT MATTER: Jordan
ian complaint concerning Is-
raeli air attacks against the
area of Salt on 26 March
1969 and Israeli complaint
against Jordanian violations
of the cease-fire, including
assistance to terrorist groups
operating against Israel
from Jordanian territory
and shelling of Israeli vil-
lages by Jordanian forces.
(27 March-1 April 1969)
Decision: Resolution 265
(1969) of 1 April 1969 de-
ploring the loss of civilian
life and damage to property,
condemning the recent pre-
meditated air attacks
launched by Israel on Jor-
danian villages and popu-
lated areas and warning once
again that if such attacks
were to be repeated the
Council would have to meet
to consider further more ef-
fective steps as envisaged in
the Charter to ensure
against their repetition.
SUBJECT MATTES: Lebanese
complaint concerning Israeli
air attacks against villages
in Southern Lebanon on 11
August 1969 and Israeli com-
plaint against intensified
armed attacks against Israel
from Lebanese territory.
(13 26 August 1969)
Decision: Resolution 270
(1969) of 26 August 1969
condemning the premedi-
tated air attack by Israel on
villages in Southern Leba-
non, deploring all violent in-
cidents in violation of the
cease-fire and the extension
of the area of fighting and
declaring that such actions
of military reprisal and
other grave violations of the
cease-fire could not be tol-
erated and that the Council
would have to consider fur-
ther and more effective
steps as envisaged in the
Charter to ensure against
their repetition.
SUBJECT MATTER: Lebanese
complaint concerning Israeli
ground and air attacks
against Lebanon on 12 May
1970 and Israeli complaint
concerning continuous armed
attacks against Israel from
Lebanese territory'- (12-19
May 1970)
Decision: (i) Resolution 279
(1970) of 12 May 1970 de-
manding the immediate
withdrawal of all Israeli
armed forces from Lebanese
territory;
(ii) Resolution 280 (1970)
of 19 May 1970 deploring the
failure of Israel to abide by
resolutions 262 (1968) and
270 (1968) condemning Is-
rael for its premeditated mil-
itary action, declaring that
such armed attacks could no
longer be tolerated and re-
peating its solemn warning
to Israel that if they were
to be repeated the Council
would consider taking ade-
quate and effective steps or
measures in accordance with
the relevant Articles of the
Charter to implement its
resolutions.
SUBJECT MATTER: Lebanese
complaint concerning ground
and air attacks against Leb-
anon on 25 February 1972
and Israeli comolaint con-
cerning continuous armed
attacks against Israel from
Lebenese territory. (26-28
February 18TW ~ '
Decision: Resolution 313
(1972) of 28 February 1972
demanding that Israel im-
mediately desist and refrain
from any ground and air mil-
itary-action against Lebanon
and-forthwith withdraw its
military forces from Leba-
nese territory. ^^
10. SUBJECT MATTER: Leba-
nese and Syrian complaints
concerning Israeli ground
and air attacks against Leba-
non on 21, 22 and 23 June
1972 and Israeli complaint
concerning continuous arm-
ed attacks against Israel
from Lebanese territory.
Decision: Resolution 316
(1972) of June 1972 calling
upon Israel strictly to abide
by its resolutions and to re-
frain from all military acts
against Lebanon, condemn-
ing, while profoundly de-
ploring all acts of violence,
the repeated attacks of Is-
raeli forces on Lebanese
territory and population, ex-
pressing the strong desire
that appropriate steps would
lead to the release in the
shortest possible time of all
Syrian and Lebanese mili-
tary and security personnel
abducted by Israeli armed
forces on 21 June 1972 from
Lebanese territory' and de-
claring that if those steps
did not result in the release
of the abducted personnel or
M if Israel failed .to comply
with the presentt resolution
the Council would recon-
vene at the earliest to con-
sider furthffl- 'action
11. SUBJECT MATTER: Leba.
nese and Syrian complaints
concerning the refusal of Is-
rael to release the abducted -
Lebanese and Syrian mili-
tary and security personnel
in accordance with Security
Council resolution- 316
(1972) and Israeli request
for the mutual release of all
prisoners of war.
Decision: Resolution 317
(1972) of .21 July 1972 re-
affirming its resolution 316
(1972), calling on Israel for
the return.oT the abducted
personnel without delay and
requesting the president of
the Security Council and
the secretarjirgeneral to
make renewed efforts to s4- ""
cure the implementation of
the resolution.
12. SUBJECT MATTER: Leba
nese complaint concerning
Israeli raids in Beirut and
Sidon on 10 April 1975
Decision: Resolution 332
(1973) of-21 April 1973 ex-
pressing-deep concern over
and condemning all acts of
violence which endangered
or took innocent human
lives, condemning the re-
peated military attacks con-
ducted by Israel against
Lebanon and calling upon
Israel to desist forthwith
from all military attack* o'n
Lebanon.
Whimsical 'Car' To Be On Display At
3rd Annual South Florida Auto Show
A car unlike any other ever
built, or apt to be, will be on dis-
play Oct. 27-Nov. 4 at the third
annual South Florida Auto Show
in the Miami Beach Convention
Center.
It is the Borg-Warner Vintage
Car of the Future, a multi-dimen-
sional cartoon creation of Britain's
inventor cartoonist Rowland
Emett, whose whimsical creations
have gained him world recognition
in the past decade.
Elegantly crafle'd, the 17-foot-
long motoring carriage is built of
hand-etched steel parts combined
with a collection of antique repro-
ductions. It undulates, flashes its
lipht*; and spins its wheels: vir-
tually every part is-illuminated and
in constant motion.
"Our main reason for sponsor-
ing the car is to gain favorable
attention for Borg-Warner at trade
shows," said James* T. Bare', presi-
dent and chief executive officer
of the diversified manufacturer.
"People who know us slightly tend
to think of Borg-Warner as serious,
conservative, even a little stodgy.
"When our cistomers and em-
ployees see it, I think thev_ will be
surprised and. pleased, that their
company's vintager car-is bringing
pleasure and amusement |o people
the world over, as it has since it!
Chicago debut early in 1973."
ELECT
COUNCILMAN
DISTRICT No. 2
PULL LEVER
WHY? has the City
placed itself in such a
position that any HI-
RISE DEVELOPER can
claim THAT THEY ARE
GOING TO BUILD A HI-
RISE and PANIC the
City into BUYING the
LAND AT EXORBITANT
PRICES?
WHY? Did the City allow the
5th STREET DOCK to
get in such a STATE OF
DISREPAIR that the
LESSEE SUED the City
and was AWARDED
$100,000?
VOTE FOR BOND ISSUE 7
PULL LEVER A A NOV. 6th
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Federation

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Morion Jilberman 1. Jules Arkin
ITooert Traurig Harry Smirk
Samuel Mfer Eli Timoner
Mri. GoMsfein Airs. Kipnis
Nazi-Hunter
Wiesenthal
Here on Tour
Bv special Reiort
\T\V YORKThe Lecture Bur-
eau'of the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board is booking lectures for
Simon Wiesenthal, the man who
tracked down Adolf Eichmann and
more than 1,000 other Nazi war
criminals, who will be in the United
States through Nov. 15. and from
February 17 to 28.
"1 can't forget the millions who
were murdered," Wiesenthal said
in explaining his work, "I am alive,
and- being alive puts me in d>.bt
to thoM who died."
Wiesenthal was a prisoner in
the- Mauthausen, Austria, concen-
tration camp. Since his liberation
mofe than a quarter of a century
ago: he has gathered evidence
agafcst individuals responsible for
the Holocaust. As director oi the
Documentation Center in Vienna.
he frill has seveial hunared active
cases ol wanted mass murderers.
Fleenmn Named Federation President
i
Continued from Page 1-A
Miami and world Jewry at the
meeting, which was interrupted
from the podium by the first re-
ports of tae proposed Mideast
ceasefire.
"There is no ceasefire on hu-
man needs," Fleeman declared
as the emphasis shifted from a
business to a solidarity and sup-
port rally for Israel.
Morton Silberman, 1974 CJA-
IEF chairman, then announced
that the 1974 campaign was of-
ficially underway.
"Our giving to the 1974 cam-
paign must and will be unprec-
edented," Silberman said.
"THIS IS the one way we can
encourage the people of Israel
through the difficult days and
months that lie ahead. Now,
more than ever, there will be a
critical need for humanitarian
services and social welfare pro-
grams for the people of Israel.
"Moshe Dayan recently said
to a graduating class, 'Courage
is no longer enough, you need
knowledge.' so there can be no
ceasefire on education.
"There can be no ceasefire on
housing or health needs or im-
migration programs for the 70,-
000 immigrants expected in Is-
rael this year," Silberman add-
ed. "Israel's financial resou*ces
have been drained because of
this war and the country now
faces the most critical cash cri-
sis in its 25-year history.
"Yet, at the height of the
fighting, new immigrants were"
landing at Lod Airport,*" h
said.
"That is why there is no goal
of 1974," he continued. "There
was no limit placed on the sac-
rifices our brothers were pre>
pared to make and we will place
no limit on the financial aid we
will give to the people of
Israel."
1967 VICTORY, PRESENT war SHAKE THEM UP
French Take New Look at Israel* Mideast }
./wish Chronicle Feature Syndicate |
A new chapter may open soon
n the history of the French com-
nunity, reviving the Jewish values ,
vhich are being threatened by
issimilation and by a century of
iving in a liberal environment, j
vrites a special correspondent.
Israel's victory in the Six-Day
Thousands of Jews suddenly felt
hey had something in common
vith their brethren on the battle-1
field in the Middle East. The proc-1
amation of the State of Israel in]
948, although a milestone, still |
eft French Jews somewhat be-!
.vildered.
The Yom Kippur war. begun on
)ct. 6, has since confirmed them
n their new look.
NOT ALL of them realized the
listoric importance of the found-
ng of the Jewish State. Some took
I for granted, others failed to
inderstand' its revolutionary as-
icct.
The Six-Day War and its after-
nath, coming so soon after the big
Jewish exodus from North Africa,
acted like a blood transfusion
bringing new life to the commu-
nity in France. For the first time,
he great majority felt proud to be
Jews.
But the Arab defeat also caused
Left-wing Jewish students and
academics to subscribe to the
theory that the Arab refugees had
been unjustly treated. They asked
not only that Israel should show
herso'.f magnanimous but that
she should pay reparations and
repatriate the refugee*. In fact,
the liquidation of the Jewish
State.
Since then, the Left-wing ex-
tremists have had their up and
downs, first in the universities
and then in the political parties,
but some sort of stability, albeit
in demagoguery, now seems to have
emerged.
An the Oct. 6 war has made it
harder for the Leftists than ever
before.
BIT THE danger of assimila-
tion remains. "If Israel can de-
fend herself, why bother," runs
the argument among many French
Jews. The leadership sensed the
threat in 1965 and tor.k action to
provide the community with up-
to-date youth organizations.
But when last year a 15 per
cent drop in contributions to the
Fonds Social Juif Unifie (FSJU),
the French Jewry's central fund-
raising and distributing organiza-
tion, and the French United Jew-
ish Appeal (the collecting agency
for Israel and the home commu-
nities), was reported, the leader-
ship recognized that more ade-
auate steps were required to fight
the roots of assimilation.
Spea-heading this campaign
have been the Representative
'"ourcil of French Jewry (Crif).
headed bv Prof. Adoloh Steg, and
the FSJU, with Baron Guy de
Rothschild, its president.
They are encouraging Jewish
activities in the different com-
munities. But the main outcome
of their concern will be the open-
ing at the end of the month of
the extensive Broca centre in the
heat of the Paris Latin quarter.
Situated at 30 Boulevard de Poet-
Royal, a varied Jewish educational
and cultural program will be
provided.
THE STUDENTS and young
oeople will have the use of ten
lecture rooms, a library, a 600-
seat conference hall, a cinema, a
theatre, a restaurant and cafeteria
and a cKscotheque.
The FSJU contributed the
money for the center, but the
young people will manage their
affairs.
Charles Leselbaum. 34, who will
head the center, said: "Research
and Jewish culture will be our
aim. Entertainment will play
i major part and will be closely
linked as much as possible, with
lewish themes, folklore and arts."
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Why Cancel Israel Trip?
By Special Report
NEW YORKIsrael Ministry of
Tourism Representative for North
\merica, Amram Zur, expressed
surprise and disappointment at
hose people who have cancelled
'heir plans to visit Israel rather
than just postponing them.
"I fail to understand why a per-
on would ask ior a return of his
-leposit, signalling cancellation
rather than showing his support
for Israel by letting his deposit
-tand and merely arranging a sub-
stitute departure date," said Zur.
Zur said he could well under-
stand "why a person might not
feel that right now is the best
moment for a visit to Israel" but.
he noted, "I also feel this is not
the best moment to cancel travel
rlans."
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Friday, October 26. 1973
Television Writers Link and Levinson Are Authors Of Excellent Fiction
MflLLIAM LINK and Richard Levinson, creators of
the TV series Mannix, Colombo and others, and
winners of the 1970 and 1972 TV Academy's Emmy
Awa*d, are also authors of literary fiction. Together,.
they wrote "Fineman" (Laddin Press, $6.95 282 pp.)
It is an excellent story, but the plot is subordi-
nated to the sensitively drawn characters and the nat-
ural, credible dialogue. The book is peopled with a
variety of persons whom the reader comes to know
and with most of whom he can empathize. The plot
revolves around the fact that Fineman is a Jew, but
this serves only as the vehicle through which the au-
thors portray the confusion of identity that besets each
of the characters and, by extension, all of us.
FINEMAN AND all the other characters search
for relationships with friends and family that might
result in assurances of love, understanding, respect
and a worthy self-concept.
Decisions are often haphazard and frequently are
s.
extmour
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jcu
man
precipivated by a press of circumstances rather than
by planned choice. This is probably typical of how di
rection is determined in most lives.
Let no one think that this is a pedestrian book.
There is suspense, a brilliant use of flashbacks, under-
stated tension, and a welcome absence of obscenities,
the bizarre or sexual symbolism. I I

KEY WEST is the southernmost city of the con-
tlnental U.S.A. In appearance, character, attitude, cli-
mate and even language, Key West is more Caribbean
than North American.
Sun Windhorn and Wright Langley have compiled
*photographic*" ttcord of "Yesterday's Key West"
(E. A. Seeman Publishing, Inc., $7.95, 144 pp).
Both authors reside in Key West and are em-
ployees of the Miami Herald. Many of the older resi-
dents of Dade County were born in Key West. They
moved to.-*his area and founded many of our local
Jewish institutions.
The Wolfsons, the Aronvitz', the Markowitz" and
many others were pioneers in Key West in the 1880s
and 1890s, long before Miami was a city.
Some of the photographs in the book reveal that
well known names on store-fronts and awnings were
often those of Jews. Even for those who have no nos-
talgic memories of Key West will find this excellent
pictorial history a worthwhile book.
.,
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On Being Square in the Middle
M
Y THANKS go out to Irving Grossman, of
Livingston, N.J., who wrote recently: "I
personally find Mr. Segal's column overly biased
in the direction of the left, but 1 would be
equally opposed to an ultralight viewpoint as
weil as one to an ultra left. Why cannot we be
just moderates or just squarely in the middle
for the cause of the Jew in America?"
Before moving to a consideration of what is
really ultra-left and ultra-right these days, let's
think about that middle course for a moment: A
nice little old lady from Davenport, Iowa, cried
out a few years ago: "I am sick of the extreme
left and sick of the extreme right; I prefer the
extreme center."
RABBI ABRAHAM Heschel once warned
what might happen if we were to abandon the
fight for social justice, never daring to stick out
our necks. "In biblical days, the prophets were
astir while the world was asleep," he observed.
"Today the world is astir while church and
synagogue are busy with trivialities."
There is on record the case of the congre-
gation seeking out a rabbi who "was neither to
the left, nor to the right, just mediocre."
The thoughtful gentleman in New Jersey
(quoted above), who touched off these musings,
indicates he fears not only the ultra-left but just
plain old liberal thinking. For liberal thought,
he writes, has been encouraging, and condoning
lawlessness, disrespect for authority, contempt
for traditions and a general breakdown of moral-
ity.
WAS NAZI Germany, then a liberal nation
there where lawlessness was written into the
infamous Nuremberg laws? Was it the liberalism
of the Nazis that broke the back of German
morality?
To be liberal, to express liberal views (so
easily branded ultra-left and radical) is for this
commentator to cry out for preservation, aye,
the conserving of our freedoms.
Come, come, all you dear folks who think
you are secure only on middle ground. The age
of drift is behind us; the challenge of today is
to drive Big Brother into his corner, to make
sure that even the most neglected, the most
humble of Americans retains the freedom to
struggle for freedom.
About Speaking Yiddish:
It's a Prettv Poor
oOaWa aX~and<.
an
Persistent Noise of Modern Music
THERE'S NOISE and noise,"
' Supreme Court Justice Al-
fred Witkon observed from the
bench recently. "I myself can't
stand the noise of this idiotic
modern music." "That's a matter
of taste," Jastice Moshe Landau
objected. They were ruling on an
army invalid's appeal against Tel
Aviv municipality's refusal to al-
low him to open a discotheque un-
less it is fully soundproof. The
court upheld the municipality's
argument that industrial and com
mercial noise during the day is
different from a rowdy disco-
theque operating at night and
disturbing its neighbors' sleep.
* *
Israel's national basketball
team prayed for good luck
quite literally before they left
for a European competition. At
Lod Airport, the team ran into a
group of Habad Hasidim emplan-
ing for New York for the High
Holy Days. Tefilin at the ready
as always, the Habadniks soon
had the whole team decked out
in phylacteries and prayer shawls
Baying "Shema Yisrael."
*
The recent one-day bus strike
by the Egged and Dan coopera-
tives occurred just on the day
when Mapam the left-wing
workers' party attached to the
Labor Alignment had planned
an executive meeting. The party
cancelled the meeting. Said one
veteran Mapamnik: "Mapam re-
tains its image as a proletarian
party. If there are no buses
there can be no meeting. I won- Wmm
der if the Labor Party would j
have also cancelled a meeting in j
the same circumstances; or i
would most of its members been j
able to make the meeting in their
private cars. ?"

Israeli seamen on 71 ships will
be voting on the high seas in the
October elections. The Ministry !
of Interior has prepared the list
of ships and seamen affected and
passed it on to the Central Elec-
tions Committee.

Nahariya town council has had
an original idea for increasing its
revenue. The northern coastal
town suggested to the army au-
thorities that the loot of Arab
drug-smuggling boats appre-
hended off its coastline be sold
and th^ proceeds made over to
Nahariya.
SOME OF thes" boats carry
tens of hashish, worth millions of
pounds. The army's negative re-
sponse was on two grounds:
firstly, the hashish is invariably
destroyed by the authorities, and
secondly, the boats are usually
caught quite a long way off the
Nahariya coast. Nahariya mayor
Gcrshon Tatz had an answer to
the second objection: "We'll sim-
ply extend our territorial waters
like Iceland."
Haifa
A GREAT revival of Yiddish in
** Israel. Tel Aviv University
has announced the establishment
of a Chair in Yiddish Languag?
and Literature, this in addition
to a similar chair which has al-
ready existed for some years at
the university in Jerusalem.
And then word reached us of
the afternoon Y;ddish classes be-
ing given to children in Tel Aviv
Youngsters between the ages of
8 and 14 stream to the Yiddish
School, after they have finished
their six hours or more at the
government Hebrew school. It
sounded so much like the Talmud
Torah we used to attend in the
afternoon, following public school
classes.
The modest brochure issued by
the Tel Aviv school was also ex
citing. Yiddish was projected as
one way of combatting assimila
tion even in Israel. "The He-
brew language alone is not suf-
ficient guarantee that our chil-
dren will have a full Jewish con-
sciousness and on awareness of
their link to Jewish destiny. Only
Yiddish can give this to them."
REPORTS iLSO reached us of
Seohardi children enrolled in the
Yiddish classes, seeking in this
way to become identified with
European Jewish culture, perhaps
in the way that other children
study French.
What an exciting and interest-
ing story! On our last trip to
Tel Aviv we stopped in to visit
the school at 48 Kalisher Street,
almost in the shadow of the Sha-
lom Tower building.
What a pathetic disappoint-
m" a The school'' is a dingy
littl" room in the gloomy offices
of the "Arbeiterring." the Jewish
Workmen's Circle known here as
the Brit Avoda. An aging secre-
tary, disinterestedly provided
what little information was avail-
able, but was more secretive than
helyful.
How often do the classes meet?
Whenever the teacher announces
them. How do the children know
when to come? The teacher tells
them. How many children are
there? He hesitated long, almost
whispered 30 and then sug-
gested that perhaps we should
not use even that figure.
IN THEORY it's a splendid in-
stitution. There are no tuition
fees. The school provides free
transportation for the children
from their homes "all over Tel
Aviv," bv taxi. I understood that
the school once used a bus, but
it appears the traffic no longer
warrants it.
The school has been in exist-
ence for 17 years.
This school is helping to stem
the tide by inculcating love of
Yiddish in children, many of
whom come from Hebrew speak-
ing homes. He began to tell me
once again about youngsters from
the Sephardi or Oriental commu-
nity. But I could not help think-
ing that 30 children If that
many in a city ot half a mil-
lion people, was a pretty poor
show. Yiddish is indeed a prec-
ious Jewish heritage, and it de-
serves better than this.

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The Heat of Words at the UN
THE UNITED Nations, as an article in the New
York Times recently noted, has been a dis-
appointment to many, but sometimes the show
it puts on is really interesting. For instance, in
the aftermath of the Chilean coup, there was a
run-in between the Chilean delegate and one of
the delegates of an Arab nation. The South Amer-
ican called the Arab delegate a fool and the Arab
naturally resented it. "Don't call me a fool," he
said. "I've never been called a fool in my life"
and so on.
A few days later, there was a spat between
Abba Eban and an Arab delegate. The Arab
spoke of the Israelis as having initiated the re-
newed fighting on Yom Kippur day and Eban
answering, spoke of the "mendacity" of the state-
ment. Eban would not insult the Arabs like the
delegate from Chile. The Arabs are our Semitic
brethren.
THEY ARE Israel's neighbors. They say
Shalom Aleichem like we do, and every Israeli
hopes that ultimately they will live in peace and
brotherhood with them. Besides, Eban has a pen-
chant for beautiful diction. He likes to use words
wnich lift us, raise us to the higher plateaus of
our being. Mendacity means lying, but it's so
much nicer a word.
Call a man a liar and he is angry and may
fight you. But if you say he is guilty of mendac-
ity, it's another thing. Maybe the Arab delegate
took it as a compliment. Why should not a per-
son be proud of his mendacity as of his perti-
nacity or vivacity? They all sound much alike.
But of course what Eban was saying was
the delegate was lying.
IN THE iix Day War. the mendacity was the
more apparent. Then the Arabs announced their
victories in advance.
It is our belief that they do not expect peo-
ple to believe their stories. They are anxious to
convince themselves. They know that the hard
est person to convince is one's self.
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Friday, October 26. 1973
LEO MINDLIN
'Ceasefire' in the Middle East Analyzed
the fact that her forces were not
able ta achieve a quick victory.
Because she could not end
the war on her own terms, Israel
C Continued on Page 12A
It would have al-o diminished
to a dangerously low level the
meaning of the U.S. presence in
the Meili'.erranean. thus sound-
ing thi' dnath knell for what ver
is left of NATO on the European
continent.
As th.' Middle Ea=t war be-
gan. Ei-l and West had the first
rea unity, much more so
than in Vietnam, t> test their
relative str '.' a1 '^'- sama
time thai
v-( the fate of tl >ir | hony
"detenti
IU T W1THIX !. :>. it be-
came clear that neither Israel
nor the Arabs would be able to
win ivithout assistance, and so
we began air I Eting materiel in
massive amounts to Israel to
match the S iviets' air lift to their
side because i" was necessary
for American military logistics
in the Mediterranean that Israel
win. and win unc.intestably.
In fact, it was never made
more clear that our own prestige
in the area Is inexorably tied to
Israeli military superiority. That
old saw about Israel as "the only
bastion of democracy in the Mid-
dle East'" finally came home to
roost
My own hunch is that the So-
viets were shocked by the swift
American decision to match their
air lift to the Arabs with an air
lift of our own to Israel.
They believed that the Amer-
icans are by now acu-turned t~>
"no-win"' wars, and they foresaw
the possibility oC an American
air lift mired down in endless
concressicnal controversy spark-
ed by a national aversion to any
warlike gestures so soon after
Vietnam.
IN FACT. th"V gamb'od that
Americans would turn down aid
to Israel out of fear of military
confrontation with them in the
Mediterranean.
Also, so stroni a national char-
acteristic of theirs is anti- Semi-
tism. that they found it difficult
to believe t'iat other nations
could hold such feeling if no* in
contempt then at lea=t in abey
ance toward thj achievement of
even purely political or military-
objectives.
With Dr. Kissinger and his de-
tente in tow. they were certain
that th" "court Jew"' would not
upset their Middle Fast decep-
tion at no matter what cost to
the Israelis.
Behind their deception lav a
game of chicken that, in its fir-t
stages, they lo^t. For all their
bluster, th? Soviets feared con-
frontation even more than we
did
These davs, their overriding an-
xietv is Chi*a, no* us. Thpv are
as Shicphobic as we were Russo-
phorac almost from the end of
World War II.
TrtAT IS why th" Russians nut
in their call for a hurry-un visit
from Kissinger In ursine him ti
come, thev inav have tal'ced about
the sad and imminent demise of
detente unless th! two super-
powers acted sens: '
But what they real'y wanted
to avoid was confrontation once
it was clear that their clients
were losing, that they stood to
lose every advantage thev had
gained in arming the Arabs to
the teeth and training thm for
their Yom Kippur strike, and that
we were prepared to resupply Is-
rael despite their threats. \Vh\
press against the inevitable with
China poised?
UNTIL THE lat moment, one
could have hoped that Dr. Kis-
singer understood the Russian
bluff. But even if he did. the de-
cision was to have Israel and
us bear the heavy burden of
unsuccessful Arab aggression.
(Already, there is ample prec-
edent for this in repeated world
submission to Arab terrorism.
The synchronized Syrian-Egyp-
tian attack on Israel is nothing
more than terrorism on a mas-
sive scale.)
The truth is that the principles
of the big-power-imposed cease-
fire, at least as of this writing,
amount to saving the Soviets'
chestnuts from Israel's wrathful
Pre. In an Israeli victory. Russia
stood to lose even more than the
Arabs themselves.
Now, Russia's prestige in th'
Mi.Idle East is stronger thai
ever: while Egypt remains with
an essentially in-tact army and
inspired officer corps ready to
gtr almost at will. I"'
b the Russians lost in th<
Middle East, they won in talks
with Dr Kis in sr in Moscow.
WHY DID Dr. Kissinger sell
the Israelis ou ? Most probably,
because he flew to Moscow |
: in the conviction that the
escalating war (meaning the
growing certainly of an Isra< il
victory even while he was stil!
high over the Atlantic) spelled
an equivalent escalation in the
possibility of a U.S.-Soviet con-
frontation.
He said this repeatedly early
last week in response to question
in;* newsmen about the possible
involvement of Amarican troop
in the Midd'e East.
Thnt. al ai y rate, is what the
Russians wanted him to believe
With the constitutional crisis
in Washington, and assuming Dr.
Kissinger is still em lowered to
speak for the U.S.. that is why
he was so conciliatory.
NOT ONLY would confronta-
tion spell the end of detente with
a bang, which the administration
devoutly preferred to avoid.
But the U.S. agreement to an
in-place ceasefire would show
our Boy Scout-type fairness.
After all, the Egyptians did
cross the Suez Canal (on Yom
Kippur. They did rout the Bar-
Lev fortress (100.000 of them
inst a handful of holding
forces). They did ensconce them
selves on the east bank (while to
the north, Syria, Saudi-Arabia,
Iraq. Iran. Jordan. Morocco.
Libya and Kuwait occupied their
antagonists otherwise). They
i en b^gan launching probes in
to the Sinai toward the strategic
Mitla Pass, a kev artery to the
control cf the peninsula.
The Egyptians -hould there-
fore be entitled to something for
such a showing. One must remem-
b r that thev have regained their
"honor" in the Suez campaign
one must not permit them to lo<=e
it again once the odds have been
evened out, and there is clanger
thit they can be defeated in
battle
A MORE important reason for
Kissinger as conciliator was
surely a trad" involving our na-
tional thirst for oil. We bail'-d
the Russians out of a sticky sit-
uation by imposing a halt on the
Israeli victory drive.
The rsraetiajjffftt not won: but
neit'ier have the 'Arabs and their
Russian sponsors lost they
have not been humiliated a
fourth time in a quarter-century.
In fact, we are giving the Arab;
the OToortunity to be boastful
about their "honor" and new mil-
itary prowess.
For this, the Russians can be
expected to plead our case in
the oil councils of Arabia.
And so. for all the good news
on the battlefield over the week
end about the ne-v Israeli inia-
tive once they absorbed the dis-
advantage of the Arab first strike.
the real danger is only now upon
us. In the end. with the Israelis
moving toward victory, there
were concessions made in Wash-
ington to Moscow.
And the Israelis are once again
deprived of their own kind of
confrontation with the Arabs
at a genuine peace-bargaining
table.
IT WAS not in the cards for
Israel to say no to an imposed
ceasefire. Her own leaders were
divided. Prime Minister Meir
seemed too amenable. Defense
Minister Dayan was adamantly
opposed.
The most telling consideration
in her now-spent options to make
an independent decision lay in
must now end it on ours, which
is what concerned me ail along.
The U.S. airlift to Israel may
have no COD delivery price in
dollars, but the cost to her in an
imposed peace will be incalcul-
able. At least at this moment,
her political and
sions are as much
foreign policy as
part of Moscow's.
military' deci-
a part of U.S.
Egypt's are a
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[One of the first missions of recently designated United
\ States ambassador to Israel Kenneth B. Keating was to
| visit the site of the forest planted in his honor by the Jewish
[National Fund several years ago. The Keating F&rest is
[located in the Judean Hills southwest of Jerusalem. The
[forest had been planted by the JNF in appreciation of then
[Sen. Keating staunch championship of the State of Israel.
Judaica High School Now
Entering 3rd Full Year
[With a variety of challenging
purses that make for active en-
jn.or with Jewish identity, and
coordination with schools, youth
rgar.izations and the YMHA, the
adaiea High School of the Cen-
tal Agency for Jewish Education
Greater Miami inaugurated its
Bird full year of programming
iis month, Herbert Zvi Berger,
pecutive director announced.
The Judaica High School is an
lit -reach program for Jewish teen-
ers designed to generate success
rperiences in Jewish living and
j>wi5h learning, and to point up
[e relevancy and responsiveness
Judaism to the lives of its stu-
Ints.
Founded in 1971 as an outgrowth
the major priority placed on
jolescent Jewish education by
|e Planning Committee on Jew-
Education of the Greater Mi-
jr.i Jewish Federation, the high
|hool has grown since that time
a student body of nearly 1.000.
[This year the Judaica High
fchool will be offering courses in
Ich areas as Great Jewish Think-
Throughout History, Hassidism
pd Mysticism, the Jewish Lite
Kcle, Judaism and Christianity,
Holocaust, and the Jewish
reative Arts.
In addition it will again conduct
ie Cantorial Prep School in co-
oration with the Cantorial Asso-
.ation of Greater Miami and will
ve a special program for Cuban-
fefardic teen-agers.
[Among the high school pro-
tarns that the Judaica High
_chool cosponsors in the commu-
ty will be the "New School" in
injunction with Temple Beth Am,
ad "Interaction-74" at Temple
eth Sholom
The first Shabbaton of the high
khool year will be held during
ie weekend of Nov. 16-18 at Camp
Fcala, with students participating
. a program of study, prayer,
Jngei Shabbat. dramatics, singing
nd Israeli dancing.
Another special program of the
ludaka High School is the class
Inducted for the students who
Participated in the summer quin-
nester of the Greater Miami High
_hool in Israel. These students
j-e enrolled in a Hebrew language
ttass as a continuation of their
Studies from the intensive period
f the quinmester. Additional
ourses are fanned for the next
roup which will return during the
fciddle of the month of November.
The members of the Judaica
"iigh School ^participated m the
Simchat Torah rally for Israel and
Soviet Jewry Oct. 14 at the Bay-
.ront Park Auditorium, and in the
lewish Youth -Israel Walk-a-Thon
last Sunday.
The Judaica High School will
include into its weekends and re-
gional programming members of
the Judaica High School of Holly-
wood which begin during the sec-
ond week of November.
Gene Greenzweig serves as di-
rector of Youth Programming for
the Central Agency for Jewish
Education. Rabbi Shimon Azulay
is h>gh school coordinator and
Abraham J. Gittelson curriculum
consultant.
Meyerson Calls
For Better Light
In South Beach
Murray Meyerson. a candidate
for the Miami Beach Council rep-
resenting South Beach (District
3), has called for the city to pro-
vide better street lighting in the
neighborhoods south of Lincoln
Road.
'The residents of South Beach
are vitally concerned about crime.
In many cases they are afraid to
walk in their own neighborhoods
in the evening," Meyerson said. "I
believe that better street lighting
for our year round residents
should take priority."
Meyerson said that money should
be made available from either
funds in the city budget or
through revenue-sharing funds to
provide lights in the heavily con-
centrated population area.
Meyersona resident of South
Beach himself for 30 yearsprom-
ised that, if elected, he would seek
ways to give the area the same
type of high-intensity street light-
ing which has been successful in
deterring crime in other cities,
and which is similar to the light-
ing now being used on Alton Road
near the 36th Street Causeway.
A Play, 'War of Words'
Joyce Berman. president, an-
nounced that Temple Zion Sister-
hood and the Division of Family
Services of Dade County will pre-
sent a play entitled, "The War of
Words," a story of a family whose
genuine love is overcome with
hassles of everyday living. Curtain
time is 8 p.m. Admission and re-
freshments will free.
Continued ^rom Page 1-A
tee recently came? Into .promi-
nence under the general chair-
manship of Rabbi Baruch Korff,
of Rehoboth, Mass., when Korff
published an open letter as a
full page ad in the New York
Times charging the very same
thing.
Other ads anpearcd subsequent-
ly in the Times, as well as in
major newspapers across the na-
tion, one of the more recent ones,
also signed by Rabbi Korff. tak-
i"C the form of "A Letter to
Julie."
"TAKE HEART, my dear
Julie," writes Rabbi Korff to
Julie Nixon Eisenhower, the
President's daughter, who has
In in making speeches across th(
nation in which she insists thai
her father is free of all wrong
doing in the Watergate coverup
"In a letter to Thomas Jeffer
sn." Korff reminds Julie
"George Washington complained
that his enemies have embrace:'
without restraint every oppor-
tunity to weaken the confidence
of the people in him."
Declared Rabbi Korff: "At one
time, according to Jerome Davis
author of 'Character Assassina
tion.' a study of historical effort
to engage in political struggle
through underhanded techniques,
'criticism was so scathing and so
unfair that Washington declared
that he would rather be in thr
grave than in the Presidency."'
The parallel to President Nixon
is clear.
BUT PEARLMAN'S letter is
unlike the National Committee's
mere recent Appeals to Fairness.
Here, the letter talks frankly that
"Just for the record from
1949 to 1968, Israel received
from the United States $1,285.-
000,000 in all manner of aid.
"Compare this figure, which
represents a total of 19 years,
with the aid given Israel during
the first four years of the Nixon
presidency SI.175.000.000. a
staggering difference. When you
consider militarv credits given
Israel during those four Nixon
years, figures of which are still i
classified, it would appear that
President Nixon's aid to Israel
exceeds the combined aid of |
Presidents Truman, Eisenhower,
Kennedy and Johnson."
Pearlman notes that "As for-
mer Israeli Ambassador to the
_ United Slates Gen. Rabin said,
['President Nixon proved to be
Israel's staunchest ally inv the
West.'"
QUOTING COLUMNIST Beryl
Segal that "There is also a Jew-
ish angle to the Appeal for Fair-
ness." Pearlman agrees that "The
Nixon administration is the only
friend Israel has in the United
Nations." and th.it Jews should
show their appreciation,"
P nlman alo Ouotes Segal's
observation that "Jews who have
the welfare of Israel at heart
should not weaken the President
in his efforts."
And: "The ransom tax insti-
l (ted by the Soviets on people
who v.-it to leave tlte country
I a-; been eliminate* thanks to
matic influences of the
United States under the Nixon
administration. Further relaxa-*
tion of migration from the Soviet
Unio : v.iil come as trade and ex-
!e of ideas between the two
countries progress We lew- have
a staki In th< i i liplomatic nego-
tiation;.''
THE PE \RI M IN letter, dated
Oct. 9. Is somewhat behind-times.
It comes after Austria's dosing
of the Schoenau transit center
for Jews emigrating to Israel
from the Soviet Union and the
War in .he Middle East.
Muriel Russell, wife of Greater Miami Jewish Federation
piesident Robert Russell spoke at the recent celebra-
tion cf the first anniversary of the South Beach Activities
Center, an occasion which was marked by numerous con-
tributions to Federation's Israel Emergency Fund. Shown
(from left) are Mrs. Russell; Mrs. Margaret Jacks (seated)
director of the Department of Aging of the Florida S'ate
Division of Family Services and Miriam Scheinberg, di-
rector of the center.
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vJewiit noridfiar
Friday, October 26, 1973
:
I
CJk. "KaUi Sp*L -
A Tzadik Sans Sympathy
By RABBI JOSEPH GORFINKEL were not terribly convinced.
Why then this reservation on
Temple Beth Moshe the part of the sages? it seems to
The Torah bestows much praise mv tnat tne sages found a kind
on Noah. It confers on him two of callousness in Noah's attitude
distinct titles. It calls him a towards the people of his time
"Tzadik" a man j that put a blemish on the quality
of righteousness, i of nis righteousness.
It aho calls him
a "Tomim" a I Hcre was a world that was go-
ADL Dinner
Postponed
Due to the conflict in the Mid-
dle East and Israel's continuing
need for maximum support from
American Jewry, the Florida Re-
gion of the Anti Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith has an-
nounced the postponement of its
1973 Society of Fellows dinner,
which was to have honored Miami
Beach attorney George Talianoff.
Ben and Richard Essen, the
father-and-son cochairmen of the
Society, said, 'Reports indicating
eiiaioits
Rabbi Gortimkel
lived was, ac-
cording to the
biblical account,
steeped in im-
morality. It was a society that was
completely degenerate and corrupt.
To be able to withstand the pres-
sure of that kind of society re-
quired unusual courage. To fight
against the conventions of a cor
mpt age took much stamina. Not
to surrender to the evils of one's
time takes great will power. This
may perhaps have been the rea-
son why the Torah is so generous
in its praise for Noah.
However, Rashi, the greet com-
mentator, commenting on the
phrase "Noach ish tzadik bedrotove
Noah was a righteous man in
his generations" reminds us that
the plural form of "Bedrotov" is
used. And Rashi suggests, quoting
the Talroudic sages, that there are
two ways of interpreting the text.
You might interpret it "lishvach"
in a complimentary way, meaning
had Noah lived in a generation of
righteous people he would have
been even more righteous by con-
tact with these people.
But then again you can inter-
pret it "lignai" in a negative way.
Considering that he lived among
corruption he was by comparison
righteous. Had he lived among
man of integrity, i in to destroyed. Here was a
No one else! complete societv men. women | a cease fire in the conflict are
in the Bible has I d innocent children who were! extremely gratifying, but the stop-
been so lavishly' Soing to be drowned in an awful ping of the shooting only makes
praised. Whv so? I flood. And Noah seems totally un-
Because the age i moved and completely uncon-
in which Noah cerned by what was going to hap-
pen to his people.
No feeling of compassion seems
to move him to plead with G-d for
these people. No sympathy seems
to emanate from him for their
tragic fate. All he is concerned
about is himself and his family.
He is indifferent, he is callous
and seems to be saying "let them
all go down in the flood, as long
as I and mine are saved."
Noah is a Tzadik but as the
familiar Yiddish quip goes "er iz
a tzadik in peltz." He is a Tzadik
sans sympathy.
There is a message in all of this
for our new Secretary of State,
Henry Kissinger, as he embarks
on his diplomatic mission with So-
viet Russia and in the Middle East.
He ought to read and remember
the rabbinic evaluation of Noah as
a saint sans sympathy. He ought
to keep in mind that a great leader
is not merely he with unbending
principles, but it is he who feels
deeply the rights and the agonies
of people wherever they are
whether they are in Soviet Russia
or in the Middle East.
easier the assessment of the ter-
rible price that Israel has paid
and will continue to pay as the
victim of Arab aggression."
Herbert Sadkin, this year's din-
ner chairman, expressed confi-
dence that the several hundred
members and supporters of the
ADL who have already made din-
ner reservations will understand
the postponement of the dinner,
which will allow the League's
membership and professional staff
to devote their full attention to
meeting Israel's needs abroad and
in America.
mum
A H A V A T SHALOM CONOMGA. I
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ban Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
2 j
BETH AM (Temple). 5960 N. Kendall
Or. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert M. BiumgaM. Associate Rabbi '
Barry Altman. 3
BETH OAVIO. 2625 SW 3rd Ave.1
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Li/>son. <
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman. 8
Saturday a.m.
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi irtax Sha-
piro. Cantor Leon Segal. Rev. Alex
Stahl. Rev. Mendel Gutterman. 6
BETH TIKVA,
et Dr.
(Reform) 9025
Sun.
6-A
Quiz Box
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
(c). 1973 Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Why does the confession rit-
ual of Yora Kippur require each
worshipper to enunciate and con-
fess sins which he himself never
committed?
A number of reasons are given
for this practice. First, every Jew
is responsible for the sins of his
fellow Jews. This means that a sin
committed by another Jew makes
fellow Jews in the community share
Memorial Services Held I K"111 that is ** the confession
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles
Rubel. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. 8
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Chal-
lenge of a New Era." A tribute
will be paid to Dr. Gerson Cohen,
n.ew chancellor of the Jewish The-
ological Seminary.
Friday. Oct. 12. Rabbi David M.
is in the plural.
better people he would have been
-onsidered a mere nobodv.
Baron of Temple Or Olom, con-1 Secondly, it is a very difficult
ducted Memorial services for the thing to confess. However, if ev-
Israeli fallen at Miami-Dade Com-; eryone is confessing at the same
The fact then seems clear that j mumty College South. A moment time, the real sinner will not be
)ite what the Bible says about of silence was observed and the embarrassed when he confesses.
traditional mourners' Kaddish was
ecited.
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi,
Joseph R. Narot. 10
Friday S p.m. Rabbi Barry Tabach-
nlkoff will talk on "Allies or Oil- A
Question of Priorities."
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th j
St. Conservative. Rabbi awl J. I
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnaaa. 11
OR OLOM (Temple) 8786 8W 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi David M.
o----n r.antor B-mamin Ben Ari. IS
Friday 8 p.m. Sermon: "A Time for
V>ar -- A Time for Peace."
flFERETH ISRAEL. 6900 N. Miami
Ave, Conservative. Pabbi Maurice
Klein. Cavitor Sheldon Kodner. 14
ZION (Temple). 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabb. Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Helfman. 16
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Humble
Beginnings." Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Sedrah of the Ween." Bar
.uiir-vah: Steven, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Shaffer.
ruing
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 651 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Znlondek. 1
MMTM mi AMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2228
NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbaum. jj
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7861 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever 17
NER TAMID (Temple). 80th St and
ji
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 BoniU Dr. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Phineas A. Weberman
30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 649
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Oroner. 33
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 Chaimo 'its.
NORTH MIAMI BIACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1029
NE Miami Gardens Or. Conservative.
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Cantor Ian
Alpern. 33
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center. 19255
N.E. 3rd Ave. Orthodox. 33-A
BETH TORAH. 1061 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
sct.itz. Canter Jacob. B. Mandlson. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1461 NW IBSrd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Victor D
/welling. Cantor Jack Larner. St
SINAI (Temple). Of NORTH DADB
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley- "antor Irving
Sholkes. 37
Friday 8:15 p.m Saturday 10:30 a.m.
Bar Mltzvah: Erie, son of Dr. and
Mrs. William Hyman.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Oov
Bidnick. 88
YOUNG ISUAcL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 960 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Zalman Kossowsky. 89
COMt 'GABLES
JUOEA (Temple). 5660 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Michael B. Eisen-
stat. Cantor Rita Shore. 40
Friday 8:15 p.m. "A New Flask"
prayer booklet. Saturday 11:16" p.m.
Bar Mitiv-nh: Kenneth, on of Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard He-rskowlt*.
Noah being a Tzadik a righteous
man, the rabbis in the Talmud
.....
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Noah
"These are the generations of Noah .'
XI, 32)
(Chapters VI, 9-
THE FLC0D: Of his generation. Xoah alone was righteous
and walked with God. Utter destruction now threatened all liv-
ing creatures and God revealed his design to Noah, command-
ing him to build a three-storied ark. 150 yards long. 25 yard*
broad, and 15 yards in depth. be saved from the impending flood. When the ark was com-
pleted Noah, his wife, his three sons, Shem, Ham and Japheth.
together with their wives, entered it. taking with them seven
pairs of every clean species of animals and one pair of every
unclean species.
TOWER OF BABEL: After the death of Noah the earth
became repopulated through the descendants of Shem, Ham and
Japheth. who were the founders of numerous nations. At one
time mankind had been congregated in the land of Shinar, speak-
ing one language. Fearing that they might be dispersed, they
decided to build a city and high tower reaching towards the sky
as a focal point to ensure that they dwelt together, which was
in conflict with the Divine purpose that the descendants of Noah
should fill the earth. God. therefore, confused the language of
the builders so that they ceased work as they could not under-
stand each other, and he scattered the people over the face of
the earth. The place was called Babel, confusion.
FROM SHEM TO ABRAM: The tenth in regular descent from
Shem was Abram whose father, Terah, lived in Ur of the Chaldees
in Babylonia. Ur, at that time, was the main center of moon god-
dess worship by the Sumerlans, who, though a highly developed
cultural race, were steeped in idolatry. Terah decided to emi-
grate to the land of Canaan and left with his son Abram, his
grandson, Lot and Sarai. Abram's wife. On their journey north-
wards they arrived at the city of Haran In Mesopotamia, where
they stayed for some time.
Thirdly, it is possible that a per-
son committed a sin and was not
aware of what he was doing. It is
possible also that he contributed
towards the sins of others and,
therefore, would share the guilt of
others.
Why does Jewish tradition re-
quire that the worshipper actu-
ally pronounce the commission
of each sin orauyr
In the first place, pronouncing
?ach failure orally brings about a
true spirit of repentance and
helps prevent a recurrence.
Secondly, confessing a sin or
ally lightens and sometimes eradi-
cates the punishment because the
;ndividual turns from a sinner in-
to a more saintly personality.
Thirdly, by confessing the sin
orally the sinner is actually speak-
ing to himself convincing himself
of his guilt which eventually re-
sults in a refinement of his char-
acter.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. IS
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu t. Swlr.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef-'
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 23
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser. 21
Friday 8:88 p.m, Qua*! speaker:
C I Ruth KlUKer. a member of the
reserve of the Haganaii and Israeli
Army, Who will talk "ii her new
book. "The Last Escape."
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
ky. 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE-
GATION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22.A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
" --.'.... .,e Orthodo"
Rabbi Dow Rozenwaia- 23
CUBAN SE.HHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. 715 Wasninqton Av
Rabbi Meir Masliah Melamed. 23-A
EMANU-EL (Temple). 17C1 Washing,
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
HEBREW ACADEMY. 400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. ,
Gross. 23'
CONGREGATION A~n7nELL (Branch
S Hebrew Academy). 7th St. ami
Mend-an Av Orthodox. Rabbi Abra I
ham Ben-Hillel. 25-A'
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Emjel. ja
KS5"TM IS0RA*L. 1413 melid Av, |
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield i
Cantor Abraham S-if
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CANDUU6HTING TIME
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This page is prepared in
cooperation with the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association.
Ccprdinator of the feature/
ippearing here is
RABBI MAXELLL BERGER
Spiritual Leader of
Canri Cable.
MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th
n
St.
n^"."r^,,";e- Rbi'Mayer Abram. j Frld
owlt'- Cantor Nico Oidman. 2f I Onei
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell A.
Berger. Cantor Stanley Rich. 41
Friday 8:15 p.m. SariDOo: "How
to be an Anti-Smite." Saturday
8:45 a.m.
SVKfSIM
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. Cantor Laibele
Levine. 50
rORT IAU0ERDAIE
i BETH ISRAEL (TimpH). 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Philip A.
Labowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. 49
EMANU-EL. 3245* W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Cantor Jerom* Klement. 43
POMPANO BEACH
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 6W1
NW 9th St.
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th- Ave.
Conservative Rhbi Morris A. Skop.
HALUMDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
(Conservative). 416 NE 8th Ave.
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz. Cantor
Jacob Danziger. 44
HOLLYWOOD
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. Conservative. 3501
University Dr. Rabbi Max Weitz. 44
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 48
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Ojir
Perennial Crisis." Saturday 11 a.m.
Mltxvah: Breti Lawrence, son
>'f Mr. inn! Mrs. Alvln Ku
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 4601 Ar-
thur St. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Mal-avsky. Cantor Irving Gold 46
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
TEMPLE BETH AHM. Conservative.
310 SW 62nd Ave.. Holl/wood. Rabbi
Rabbi Salomon Benarroch. Cantor
Harry Schmerling. 47-B
TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal). 5106
Sheridan St., Hollywood. Rabbi Rob-
ert Frazin. Cantor Michael Kyrr.
MIKAMAM
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 35th St
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Drazin,
Cantor Abraham Koster. 41
HOMESTEAD
HOMESTEAB JEWISH CENT ER.
'3 NE 8th St. Conservative. 81
lay R P.m. Services followed hy
k Shahbat. Saturday 9 a.m.
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.'Hk,i imifMii w" jim:w*i?
rcZatbinieaf *J tie
Vr
uyucctl *J tlevimton r roqnsmt
CM. 28 Ch. 4, 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
(Repeated on Ch. 2 at 6:30 p.m.)
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "Ramadan"
Oct. 28 Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Hot: Rabbi Sol Landau, Beth David Congregation
Oct. 28 Ch. 7, 10 am. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director, Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Community Chaplaincy
Service
Topic: "The Role of the Jewish Chaplain"
1
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Friday, October 26, 1973
"Jwist fU-rkttnr
Page 15-A
Israel Was Terrifyingly Close to Losing
By JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTONLate one Fri-
day night, the Israeli ambassa-
dor, Simcha Dinitz, delivered an
almost despairing personal mes-
sage from Prime Minister Golda
Meir. The messajre informed
President Nixon and Secretary
of State Henry A. Kissinger that
without immediate, massive re-
supply, growing shortages in
critical military areas would end
by driving Israel out of the war.
The specter of Israel's event-
ual defeatno lessin truth pre-
cipitated the American decision
to organize the airlift to Israel
announced at the State Depart-
ment Oct. 15. It was a belated
decision.
PARTLY THIS was because of
overly high hopes of diplomatic
arrangements with the Soviet
Union. But. above all, the delay
| was caitsed by the frantic warn-
ings of the big oil companies that
serious aid for Israel would im-
i
The specter of Israel's eventual
defeatno lessin truth precipi-
tated the American decision to
organize the airlift to Israel an-
nounced at the State Department
Oct. 15. It was a belated decision.
Aliop
i

pair if not entirely stop the flow
or Arab oil to the United States.
The chances are, in truth, that
we have a mighty cold winter
ahead of us. Fears of a similar
winter caused at least two Amer-
ican allies, Britain and Spain, to
deny the United States landing
rights for planes employed in the
airlift to Israel.
YMHA Has Openings for Tots In
Day Care, After School Programs
The Day Care unit at the Great-
ler Miami YM-YWHA, 8500 SW
p8th St.. has openings ior children
ages 3-5 years. The program is
[sponsored by the National Coun-
cil,''of Jewish Women and the
YMHA.
Children enrolled in Day Care
Lenjoy the full experience of the
[Early Childhood Development Pro-
rpram of the Y. The program in-
cludes swim instruction, com-
munication skills "The Magic Cir-
ce standard readiness for the
"three R's. Day Care serves chil-
dren from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. in-
cluding lunch.
Berliner to Head
JWV Delegation
To Nat'l Meeting
Department of Florida comman-
jer M. Jay Berliner of the Jewish
fcwar Veterans, will head a delega-
to a meeting of JWV's na-
tional executive committee in New
fork on Nov. 1.
Included in the delegation are
lichael Schechter. Irvin Stein-
erg. NEC members, Maurice
Weinman, commander of JWV's
regien: Leo Slachter, national
Ehicf of staff, and Arthur A. Sele-
tan. national judee advocate.
Ainslee R. Ferdie of Coral
Jables is JWV national comman-
ler.
Following the meeting, some
lembers of the Florida delega-
will flv to Israel for an 11-
, vi=it. which will include con-
trences with high Israeli officials.
UMt NOTICE
Applications and appointments
a o made with Heien Wein-
stock at the Y.
The YM-YWHA is holding an
fter school program for kinder-
garten through sixth grade chil-
Iren in the North Miami Beach
irea.
Arts and crafts, drama, dance
ind athletic classes are conducted
it the YMHA temporary trailers,
ocated adjacent to Highland Oaks
Elementary School, NE 203rd St.
ind 24th Ave.
Classes are held Monday through
Hiursday from 3:15 to 5:15 p.m.
vith a supervised play period from
'.:15 to 3:15 p.m.
For further information and
eeistration procedures, call Bob
silver at the Y's Health and Physi-
cal Education office.
LEGAL NOTKE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
N THH C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAOF COUNTY
C'VIL ACTION NO. 73-25246
GENERAL JURISDICTION
O'VISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
> RE- THE >i.U:l"*B OP
OMV""> I. RODRIGUEZ. Husband.
,VIAnFODR!C,rEZ Wife.
SH VIA HOPRIGT-E/S
20 Armstrong Street
Jamaica Plains
Boston. Massachusetts. 02130
TOD AKE HEKED ..JJPJJW
at an action fnr Dissolution of Mar-
. has been filed against you and
.u are required to serve a copy or
ur written defwse*. If "SKi.,0.,
. ALBERT I- rAKRICARTh t
rney for Petitioner, whoso ****
7(101 S W 61t Avenue. Miami.
iortda 5* -d file th.orWr.8J
lth the clerk of the above aMM
L&.& kr d^t s>&ssj
lnst you for the relief demanded
,hc complaint or petition
This notice shall be pub shed once
ch week for four OMMMrtlve eeks
THE JEWISH -"I-Rir)IAV
WITNESS my hand and he s.alot
M court at V'.-ml, KK.rida on this
R day of Oct.. 1973. .
RICHARD P. PRINKEK
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By B. J. fO-i
Am Deputy Clerk
Jircult "Court Seal) .
CARRTOARTE. ESQ.
SW. 61st Avenue
JlamL Florida 3314H1
tor P*t'*">"r ,..
..,- 11/-
IN .HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CASE NO. 73-?47s6
NOT'CE OF SUIT
MAHI EXE ADAMS
Plaintiff
v
MARTIN D HERMAN and
ItlTA J. HERMAN, his wife.
Deft nilai'ts.
TO: Martin D. Herman and
Itila J Herman, his wife
VOW ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
hat an action to foreeloee n hut:
a encumbering the following de-
scribed property In Dade County.
r]or 'a.
i i it 7 OAK OROVE SUBDIVI-
SION FIRST ADDITION, accord.
inc in the Plat thereof, as re-
corded in Plal Book I*, at Pace
". of the Puhllc Record* ol Dade
Count v. Florida
j> been fihd aa-alnal you, and yon
re required to serve M copy of your
written defenses, if any. to it on
HAH1 EXE ADAMS. BOX lilt.
to*-* Raton. Florida. SSUSt on or be-
--.. wvi m'er so. 1971, otherwise a
udgment may be entered agains'
-OU for the relief demanded in the
vm'hr'ni
Dated: Oct. 11. IMS,
RICHARD P. HR1NKER
<""' rk. Cn-ult Court
Dade County. Florida
By: a J. Riv.vs
Deputy Clerk
10/19-2* 11 '2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PRORATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73 61?6
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
MAX A DRUSIN.
deceased .
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
1,',-t ill,.-
You are hereby notified and renulred
( present an> claims and demand:
vhlch veil may have acalnst the es-
afc of MAX A DRI'SIN. deceased
ate of Dade County. Florida, to the
Circuit Judges of Dade County, and
'He th same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16. Florida
statutes. In their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flnr-
da within four calendar months
Tom the time of the first
ion hereof, or the same
barred.
piled at Mlam1. Florida,
day of October. AD. 1973.
B Lillian Drusln
/g/ Howard M. Drusjn
/S' Muriel A Beniamln
/8/ Richard K Fink
As Executors
First publication of this notice
:he 19 dav of October. 1873.
RICHARD K FINK
Attorney for Executors
444 Brickell Avenue
Miami. Florida 33131
10/19-26
publics -
will be
this 17
on
Hence our C-140 and C-5A
transports are having to go out
with far less than capacity loads
because of the need to carry ex-
tra gasoline in place of the am-
munition and many other things
that Israel needs so urgently.
It is ironical, but it is a fact,
that the job really could not be
C-5A transports the very air-
porter was among the overopti-
planes that have been somehow
transformed into a scandal by
the hyperactive antidefense lob-
by.
BECAUSE of the C-5As, even
Skyhawk planes are being air-
lifted to Israel, along with the
more normal airlift cargo like
ammunition of all types, already
mentioned, of which the Israelis
were getting horribly short.
Phantom fighters are being
flown to Israel direct, with air
refueling, and flown, thank God.
in considerable numbers. Tank
replacements arc the great dif-
ficulty but are going by sea from
Europe.
At the moment when the U.S.
decision was taken, the Israeli?
had in fact lost about one-third
of their entire inventory of 48E
military aircraft.
They had lost more than a
third of their 1,800 tanks; in cer
tain ammunition categories only
a few days of supply were still
in hand. In short, there was no
exaggeration in Prime Minister
Meir's message.
ALL THE foregoing facts point
to the inescapable conclusion
that for several different rea-
sons, including concealment in
both Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, far
too optimistic a view of the
course of the war has been prop-
LIGAL MOTICt
N THE ClrtCLIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
P'lRiTc niv"inN
PROBATE NO. 73-5503
FRANK B. DOW LING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
ANN X MATTISON
deceased,
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hiv-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
Bstate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which vnu may have against the es-
tate ol AXX N. MATTISON deceased
ate nf Dade County, Florida, to the
'Ircuit Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as
irovidod In Section MS. 16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
y Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
as, within fo-ir calendar months from
the time of the first publication nere-
is same will be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 11 day
IJ i o.oet'. A.4J. 1973.
j/-."~.T it A|-, t
As Administrator
'' oi .. <>i this notice on
the 19 day of October. 1973.
.wRCUSkr Z. MARVIN
Attorney for Administrator
ARSCV. MARVIN SHEPPARD
777 N.W 72nd Avenue
Miami Florida 33126
10/19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the Undersigned, desiring to engage
I.....>oss Under the fictitious name
of CREMATA AITO OLASS, wind-
shields, glasses, regulator, runners,
auto locks, keys ft seat covers at
"I X W. 22nd Ave Miami. Fla.
33125 Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. F'orida.
CREMATA AITO CLASS. IXC
10/19-26 n/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEX thai
the undersigned, desiring to er.Bac-
n business tinder the fictitious name
of Gordon's Seven Seas Seafood Res-
aurant at t;:iM< South Dixie Highway.
South Miami. Florida Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
-he Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
P. D ft D. INC.
By: Danny Gordon. President
GBHALD Sll-VERMAN
Attorney for applicant
.100 Roberts Butldln*. Miami. Florida
l*/19-26 11/2-9
agated in this country. This re-
porter was among the overoptim
mists.
Now that the real situation has
been uncovered at last, another
general review of that situation
is thus in order.
The worst of Israel's supply
problems will be eliminated by
the crucial U.S. decision taken in
response to the Golda Meir mes-
sage. But that does not ensure
Israel's eventual success.
Instead, it only eliminates a
factor that might soon have led
to Israel's being literally over-
whelmed by the weight of Soviet
arms and Arab numbers.
IN THE north, the Syrian army
has been decisively defeated. Yet,
as these words are written, the
problem for Israel in the north
still remains to be solved.
This is mainly because of the
Iraqis and the Jordanians, who
look like they're keeping the
northern front active lor a while
when Israel really desperately
needs to turn toward the Sina:
front.
On the Sinai front, meanwhile,
the need for military miracles by
the Israelis is even more press
tag, They have already performed
one. to be sure.
When the Egyptians made their
atlemnted breakout aimed toward
the strategically vital Mitla and
other passes in the Sinai, they
IEGAL NOTICE
IN THF C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
po^BAT^ DIVIS'ON
PRORATir NO 73.S197
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i RR. |.;....... nf
SADffTE ASH.
ilei rased.
"o Ml Creditors and All Persons Hav-
... '-i-.ims nr Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and reouired
'. nresenl any claims and demands
v'-leh von miv have against the es-
tate of SADTE ASH. deceased late
" '.......' mnH<*n, to the Cir-
cuit Judges of Dade County, and file
n" in dtlft'toate and as pro-
vided In Section 733.16. Florida Stal
Lieu, in their offices in the County
'ourfhouse in Dade County. Florida,
vlthin four ca'endar months from
he time of the first nulilicatlon here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Piled at .Miami. Florida, this 17
lay of October, A.D l73
API ENE NEWMAN
THE MIAMI REACH
FIRST NATIONAL HAXK
FELIX J. MARTINEZ
As Executors
F'rst publication of this notice on
he It dav of Oot.. 1878.
SIMON hays & ORl'NDWERQ
By: MOSES J GRtTNDWBRQ
\ttorni v for En e.-utors
N4 Alnsleyy Ruilding
liami. Florida I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL C'RCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
C'VIL ACTION NO. 73-24674
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
or MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
IANET l< SMITH.
Wife
and
ROHERT SMITH.
Husband
TO: ROHERT SMITH
1825 Edsil Ford Easl
Detroit, Michigan
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
hat an action for Dissolution of Mar-
iage lias been filed against you and
vnu are required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses, if any. to it
on Frederick B. Spiegel, at tomes
for Petitioner, whose address is ini
V.W. 12th Avenue. Miami. Florida,
ind file the original with the ell rl-
if Ihe above styled court on or be-
fore November 23. 197:1: otherwUM
i default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
,|.' or nfctltlo"
This notice shall be published owe
each week for four consecutive week*
n etre >i--\\ ISH FI.ORIDJAX.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
-aio .nun at Miami. Florida on thi-
ll dav of October. 107.1
RICHARD P HR1XKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
Rv: A. J RIVAS
As Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
FREDERICK H spikcki,
ini N W. 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128
Attorney for Petitloner^^
had above 70.000 men on the east
bark of the canal, with about 800
tanks.
THE ISRAELI containing force
was no more than 30,000 men,
with the rest in proportion. But
the major Egyptian breakout at-
tempt was brilliantly frustrated.
For the Israelis, however, go-
ing over to the offensive on the
Sinai front will be a far. harsher
problem. All along the canal, the
Egyptians have organized them-
selves in "phalanxes"the word
used by the Israeli staff for bris-
tling, mutually protective forma-
tions of infantry, tanks and mis-
siles.
Along the canal, moreover, the
Eeyptians are aho under the um-
brella of the great numbers of
Soviet antiaircraft missiles on
the Suez Canal's west bank.
NO ONE can tell, of course,
whether or not the Israelis will
manage to find another of their
maenificently bold and original
solution* for the problem of
those "phalanxes."
But despite the U.S. airlift, it
is =li'l ear'" davs to allow opti-
mism to set in.
UGAI NOTICf
N'T-----: riF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SFRVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCU'T mURT Of THE
ELFVFNTH IIIDICIAL r.|Pr.ij|T
OF FLORIOA. IN AND FOR
rAg r-^UNTV
GENERAL JURISDICTION
nivsiON
C'VIL ACT'ON NO. 73-?S'S0
ACTION F^R DISSOi UTION
OF MARRIAGE
\ I'F- THE M I'i'i 'I-: IF
V ADYS C FRANQL'IZ
Petili
and
Win |.-n PRANQt'IZ
Reswimli-r'
"O: Adoifo Frannuli
: Glenvllli Si
Ant 17
Rtia-hton. Mass.
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
hat an action for Dissolution of Mar-
iage has been filed aa-alnal *"U and
iiu an- required to m rv< a copy of
vour written defense*, if any. to it
>n ADOIFO KOS8. attorney for Pet-
itioner whose address is 161 N W.
'2th Avenue. Miami. Fla, SS12B, and
Me the oriainal with ihe clerk of the
ibove styled court on or before Nov.
10. 1073: otherwise a default "ill I"'
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or peti-
tion.
.us notice shall be published once
each week for .'our consecutive weeks
n THE JEW ISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my band and the anal
.1 said court at .Miami. Florida on this
17 day of Oct. 1073.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
11;.iii Count). Florida
By B. I Kov
.\s Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Si. i
>dolfo Koss. Esquire
Stone Sostchin, P A.
'1 N.W 12th Avenue
liami Florida
Miorney for Petitioner
'"-.'; n 2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JiiniClAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JUR'SDICTION
DIVISION
No. 73-P4686
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Maniac, i If
U'BEX Martinez. Husband
mil ESTHER MARTINEZ. Wife
ft i ESTHER MARTINEZ
; I -I, .<-. ,t
Apartment it-3
I'nion City. Xew Jersey. """-7
Vi if are hereby notified that a Pe-
tition for Dissolution of Marriage has
be n filed against you and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
vour answer or other pleading to
the Petition Oil the Husband's at-
torney. I ESTER ROtiEHS. whose ad-
dri ss is 14"4 X.W. 17 Avenue. Miami.
Florida 3312r.. and file the original
with the Clerk of the above styled
Court on or before the SO dav of No-
vember. 1973 or a Default Will be
entered against you.
DATED this ll day of October,
1073.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By c p. copei vr. itc.
10/19-26 11/2-0
NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX that
the undersigned, desiring to engaire
in business under the fictitious name
of 111,1'K HIKD HAKERY at 0447-044.
B.W, SPth Street. Miami. Fl. intendh
to register said name with the ClerV
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
(itlbert Corella Inc.
Eugene l.emlicli. Esq.
Attorney for Gilbert Corella Inc.
2720 W. Flagler St.. Miami. Fl.
10/19-26 ll/2-
N TH: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV.
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-24740
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IX RE THE MARRIAGE OF MARIE
JOCEI.YX MACKEY. WIFE.
PETITIONER. AND. JA.MES
LINCOLN MACKEY. HUSBAND.
RESPOXDKN'T
TO: James Lincoln Mai-key
New Providence
Nassau. Bahamas
You are hereby notified that your
wife filed a petition for marriage
dissolution, and that you are re-
quired to file your answer or other
pleading thereto, with the clerk of
this Court, and to serve a copy
hereof. ui'Oti Joseph C. I.aussel. 448
NW 94 Street. Miami. Florida 33U.0.
vour wife's lawyer, on or before No-
vi mber :t0. 1973. otherwise a Default
will be etr.iied against you.
Dated: 11 October, 1973. at Miami,
Florida.
Richard P. Brlnker
Clerk of the Court
By. C. P COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
I 10/19-26 11/2-9


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. United Fund Hits
3fewnsh Floridliaia 75.2% of 73 Goal
3-B
Miami, Florida Friday, October 26, 1973
Section B
Rapresen'atives cf the Christian clergy were
ex hand to land therr spiritual and mcral
support at the Israel Emergency Fund rally
held in Miami Beach recently. From left are
Fr. Jchn W. Mullally, chaplain. Celurs cf
Lebanon; Rev. Luther Pierce, Union Con-
gregational Church, Hallandale; Rev. Irvin
Elligan, president, Metropolitan Fellowship
of Churches; Sister Dorothy Browne, presi-
dent, Barry College; Dr. Ma:< A. Lipschitz
cf Beth Torch Congregation and president,
American Jewish Congress.
Over 600 voluntenrs heard Jim
Brown, vice president of Florida
Southern Bell, and 1973 campaign
:hairman. announce that the 1973
campaign had reached 75.2 per
.^ent of its goal for a total of S5.-
392.724, the highest amounl i
by the second re] on in
he history of the United Fund of
Dade County.
Unit K. chaired bj Herbert
D iws, district manager am! post-
ister of the : lal Service,
xnii Rav Goode, county man
which includes ali governmental
employees, reported over its goal
for a total of 102 per cent.
Also, Unit a, winch Includes
major corporate gifts chaired by
Don Shoemaker, editor of the Mi-
ami Herald, reported that it had
exceeded its quota.
CVHER COMPANIES cited at
the meeting included the South-
east Banking Corporation. City of
Miami, Southern Bell, the Amer-
icana Hotel, the Alien Morris Corn-
County Eastern Air Lines. North
u General Hospital, Metropoli-
tan Dade County. Texaco. F
JIM BROWN
Reserve Bank of Atlanta (Miami
Branch). Ryder Systems. Delta Ai
Lims. We tern Electric Company,
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company o:
Florida, Miami Dade Community
College, the Triton Tower an 1
Point East lie-.dent;, and the Bis-
evne K< n el Club, which
Continued on Page 8-B
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Concerned Christian
Clergymen Offer
Israel Resolution
A statement on the present Israeli Arab war was released
here by a group of Christian clergymen of the major denomina-
tions of Greater Miami at a special meeting convened by the
; Conference of Christians and Jews at the Coral Cables
i on ational Church.
:'ly disturbed by the Day of Atonement war and
des i to ei our deco concern for peace in the Middle Fast.
- tra time when the verj so' ei f
: to exist is being threatened by attack, we express our deep-
t .-; mpathy ana strongest moral support to our Jewish brothers
America. IsrHtl, and throughout the world.
THE PRESENT armed conflict in the Middle East constitutes
1 for both Israelis and Arabs and, indeed, for
inkind We prayerfully urge both sides of the
. immediate me: sing hostilities and join
,... (ration to I nd a p lettlement of their
v. e r<.....n Israel's mon I and juridical right to exist w I
cure boundaries, and no tional rearrangement-
g< from e war ought to be allowed to jeopardize her exist-
.,. xhe ig oil diplomacy, latelj exacerbated by the
dom< stic < y crisis tuld have no place whatever in the de-
tern natioi policies of the United States toward the
Middle E
"WE WOULD further urge our Christian friends to consider
the urgent call of the Greater Miami Jewish community for the
Israel emergency by praying for the providence of God to pre-
vail, and by contributing to the Israel relief fund in support of
the great crises facing the Jewish homeland.
Above all. we wish for peace. We pray that on tins 2oth
anniversary of Israel's birth there shall be made alii 5 the Shalom
for which the world yearns."




Beach Resolution
Seeks War Support
Of Pres, Nixon
Miami Beach Mayor Chuck HaM
., on adopted by
B citj Council that
,1 to President
rida Gov. Reubin A
nbers of Che U.S. Con
The resolution was requested by
Joseph Abelow. chairman of the
al committee on national
linity of the Miami Beach Home-.
owners Association.
1V WAS signed by Abelow and |
larton S. Goldberg, president.
, The resolution makes reference
b 'the Russi-Arab Holy Day sneak
kttack against Israel." which it calls
ran act of treachery, deceit and
blasphemy."
The resolution calls the attack
la "psychological Pearl Harbor
I tantamount to an attack" against
Ithe United States itself."
iaring that "vital U.S. inter
world peace are also
I by the Ruaao-Arab at-
tack." the resolution calls for
"support (of) President Richard
Nixon's leadership of our great
national effort .. to restore peace
in the Middle East."
IT CALLS "on all people and all
organizations to declare a mora-
torium on major aspects of inter-
nal discord that could distract tha
President from placing his full con-
centration on the vital problems of
war facing this nation as a result
of Russia's duplicity and deceit.
It commends the Congress "for
having repeatedly, over the years
called for the supply of arms to
Israel so necessary for her defense
and survival."
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the Florida Savings a-v.i L
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Or Olom Ladies
Honor Members,
Plan Art Auction
Tin- Sisterhood of Temple Oi
Oium was to honor new mi
at the annual paid-up membership
supper i t|H. temple social hall
Th.irsdnv at 7 p.m. with flrs: Ml
vin Snitke, membership vice prcsi
dent, as hostess for the evening
Induction of new members and
an Israeli song fest, led bv Irwin
Bernard with his organ en.,oinble
was to highlight the supper.
Spiritual leader. Rabbi David AT
Baron, was to deliver the invoca-
tion, and Mrs. Paul Berger, Sister-
hood president, was to welcome
the members.
The Sisterhood will hold its an- \
nual "Art SceneArt Auction" on |
Sunday. Champagne and preview
will begin at 7 p.m., auction will
follow at 8 p.m., Auctioneer will
be Richard Reiser.
Works by Chagall. Neiman. Dali.
Raphael!. Gropper, Liberman, Ru-
bin, Moskowitz, Max and Picasso
and the sculptures of Nicky Imber
will be featured.
Chairman for the evening is Mrs.
Arthur Primack.
Wholmli Distributors of
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Processors and hprt*rt
tl the finest U.S. Govt. Inspected
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Phone 371-1855
"Chef calls it a complete
Spaghetti Dinnei
but
the kids call it
an Italian feast
And what a feast it is
ready tc serve in just about
12 minutes. Tender, freshly
cooked spaghetti. Lav-
ished with savory, piping
hot mushroom sauce, finely
seasoned and home-slyle
thick. Then topped with
zippy grated cheese,
u-m-m. Grandissimo ta'am!
And all the makings in this
one package-Chef Boy-
Ar-Dee# Complete Spa-
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on hand for thrifty, family-
pleasing meals.
COMPLETE
Spaghetti
Dinner
with MUSHROOM SAUCE
At its recent education forum Miami Chap-
ter of Hadassah featured Mrs. Max Schenk
(center), immediate past president of Na-
tional Hadassah as its key speaker. Other
participants included Mrs. Maxwell Weis-
berg, president of the Florida Reqion of Ha-
dassah, and Mrs. Bernard Mandler, presi-
dent of the Miami Chapter of Hadassah,
left); Mrs. Avner Lewis, education vice
president of the Miami Chapter of Hadassah,
and Mrs. Morris Herman, past president of
Miami Chapter of Hadassah, (right).
Hebrew University Dinner
Honoring Robbie Postponed
Postponement of the community-
trib ite dinner to Joseph Rob-
i of th world champion
Miami Dolphine, was announced
rVedn day.
J. Bernard Shumate, dinm
chairman for Hie WOO-a-coi
event which had been scheduled
Nov. 5 at the Deauville Hotel, said
the banquet had boon delayed be-
cause of the Middle East war.
Sculptured Jewelry
Mrs. pat Beckwith, a designer
of sculptured jewelry, was lo dis-
play some ol her work at the Beth
I Tov Sisterhood meeting on Thurs-
day, at 8 p.m. Mrs. Beckwith is a
public school speech therapist and
1 has a degree in drama. For her
jewelry she uses silver and gold.
' semiprecious stones and genuine
gems.
Endorsed by
DEMOCRAT Club
of Miami Beach
for his record of
Progress for the People
Goodman has stood
for a cleaner, safer
and better city
for young and old,
rich and poor!
jj
RE-ELECT BOB
GOODMAN
DEMOCRAT DISTRICT I.
PO. POL. ADV.


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Ambassador Tamar Eshrf To Jj?* M'""r?\ i"
\\ ill Honor Lelcbuks
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Scheduled Nov. 18
The State ft! Israel Maada
Award will be bestowed upon Viv-
h try and Sheldon Lelchuk will
.1 j: Tempi rah's I-
ner of State to be held
Nov. a he Desoville
tor. M P I '
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Lel-
chuk brol are chosen for the
.d because of their outstanding
rvice and :tion u
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Rabbi Mayor Ahrssi pint-
.eader of Temple Menorah. ex
mt sincere pride in the selec-
o: the Lelchuks. and saiv:
are "two men who have al
vays found time for the cause ot
.1 and the people of tl
.on.mur.ity."
Jerry Lelchuk. a senior vice
dent and director o: the
\ .rican Savings and Loan Asso-
tion of South Florida, is a di-
ector of Temple Menorah. and
served as the temple secretary
from 1967 to 1970. He is a mem-
ber of the board of governors of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa
and i? a member of the ad-
is :y board of the North Shore
Lodge of D'nai B'nth.
For the pa-t 26
:buh has served as an official o
Town of Bay H. mds.
-eoentl; j- Councilman and
.--.-ant Mayor. He is al
n c:vii matters, as a mem
lien's
"he A
!;. North Shore Krwanis Club.
Sheldon Lelchuk. a practi-.
itt iraey, is secretary of the Tem-
pls Menorah congregation, is
Jirector of the American Commu
Vork City computer consulting ttity for Shaare Zedck Hospital in
firm. Howard I. Rhine, president Jerusalem, a member of the North
of the National Jewish Commis- Shore Lodge of B'nai B'nth. and
sion on Law and Public Affairs is a: tCOLPA) which represented the itation of America, having been
complaintant. has announced. president of the former Coral
Jables Zionist District and the
The case developed from the re- forrr.er Noith Shore Zionist Dis
fusal of the firm 10 interview the ^ict.
Address Both Sholom Dinner

ids I of Guardians
Beth S
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tr of Temple Beth Sholom. will
prow \ kins ith the la
Masada Award, in recognition of
o.it>tanding leadership and
p.ent in fortifying
the foundations of Israel and the
.'. i.-- conunui
Marvin B. S {is sen
of the dinner, with
AMBASSADOR TAMAK tSHU
Man Wins
Settlement
In Bias Case
NEW YORK (JTA) An
Orthodox Jew has been paid
$1,500 ir. settlement of a complaint
of discrimination against a New
Orthodox Jew for a position as a
computer programmer because he
could not work on the Jewish Sab
bath.
A tounder and director cf the
Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association and
he Florida Bar Association, Shel-
jon Lelchuk is a pat president
ind dirertor of the Downtown
HIS COMPLAINT *as filed with
:an and Richard Sneider at the the >,ew York State Division of Jptimists Club.
Beth Torah Israel Dinner of State Human Rights. Dennis Rapps. a The State of Israel Masada
a Sunday. Nov. 18. at the Deau- COLPA attornev. who is also exec- Award, commemorating the 1900th
ville Hotel, according to Milton utive director of COLPA. repre- >nniversary of the heroic defence
M. Passon. executive director of jented the complaintant at a pre- }' 'he Jewish fortress of Masada,
liminary hearing.
Israel Bond
In addition to the monetary set
tlement. Rhine said, the firm also
agreed to refrain from any fur- j,e foundations o: Israel,
ther acts of discrimination against
Sabbath observers.
the Greater Miami
Organization.
Dr Max A. Lipschiu. spiritual
leader of the Beth Torah Congre-
cr. in North Miami Beach, ex
pressed pride that the Sneiders had
been selected to receive this
Ited award, a tribute to their
anding efforts on behalf of
Jjda.sm. the S:ate of Israel, and was withhslel, as was that of the
XSBSSSB. unaer tas ?ireement.
Richard Sneider. a life insar- has since found employment as a
anee SBSUStive, as : per- computer prograiunier with another
son l consecutive tei
a as created by the worldwide Is-
rael Bond Organization to acknowl-
edge outstanding leadership and
notable achievement in fortifying
a preside-! of Beth Torah. and b
former pi the congre-
ESfiesft Mta'j Club. He is a -
ber of the American Society of
srtered Life Underwriters and
ation of Life
ierwriters.
an Sneider share-
- com-
| served as a
president of the MoUic Ka
Sbteshssd, as prci'lfit of
Beth Torah Nu:-: S.
I "A. a.-.j as S on chair-
-
\ar --.: IPsSHsrs League of the
-gcgues of A
< >sta Bravj were
-
sf Israel Thursda.
sder the srseJ
Bonds. Lewis Zorn is chairman of
-a B-sva Committee re-
spons-b> fo-r the 8 pjn. eve.-:
Csnj Room.
One of the nation's foremost
gStS leaders. Bayard
Ksstir director of the A Phillip
Bsadotps Institute :r, New York
a surprise talk at Temple
rtere more Own 1*50
reeesKty for a
"sHy for Israel.- the tack-off
cf amiwide effort to aell a
nsMsstsssilsrlsg
Trip to Israel or SI,000
The complainant, whose name Saturday. Nov. 17 at 8 30 p.m.
of Greater Miami
sill presi r.r someone with a trip
to l>rael ir SI.000 cash Tickets
will admit two. for an evi
entertainment and refreshments
David Baraban i< chairman.
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B'n >i B'rith, i harl i id Jan, 10,
946, the oldest in Miami Beach,
will hold it; first evening meeting
J thi new season, Monda: at 7:30
in in the auditorium <>f the
American and I an \s-
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For Pioneer Women's Confab
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Hoi irli a: ea are m inal ] .n
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Friday. October 26, 1973

Encyclopaedia Judaica's
1st Year Book Published
It is bit until they reach Sehoenau outside
of Vienna that immigrants bom the Soviet
Union realize they have at last found free-
dom and a new home among their own
people. Home is Israel, for which \hey
would depart in several days. But now, no
longer, not since Chancellor Bruno Kreisky's
announcement last week that Sehoenau is
closed. It was not Kreisky's decision, but
that oi Arab terrorists, who threatened to kill
three Soviet Jews they had captured on
their way to Sehoenau unless Austria prom-
ised to close the transit center. Chancellor
Kreisky complied.
Keter Publishing Hous$ Jeru-(
salem. whTcn last year published
the monumental 10-volume Ency-
clopaedia Judaica. announces the;
publication of the first Year Book
for distribution in the United
Statca Dec. l.
Edited by I.ouis I. Rabinowitz.
and with a foreword by the pub-
1 Usher. Yitzhak Rischin, the sup-
1 plementary volume covers the
: events of 1972 It updates exist-
I ins material in t!ic Encyclopaedia
Judaica and contains special full-
lonuth feature articles by distin-
guished Israeli and American con-
tributors, including Arthur Hertz-;
berg :n 'The American Jew" and
Hai:n Hillel Ben-Sasson in a com-
prehensive study based on original
sources. -Lithuania The Stmc
ture and Trends of its Culture";
A young American, Sitlra Ezrahi
contributed a study of holocaust
I literature written, or available in
translation, in English, German
and French: and an outstanding
:iuthority on the history of the
second temple. Prof. Menahem
Stern, wrote of the Zealots and
the revelations recently unco\<
about their battle with the Roma:,
Empire and the fall of Masadii
Especially fitting on the 25tl
anniversary of the State of 1-
is a comprehensive study of Da\ id
Ben-Gurions Political PfliIoso| h
by Avraham Avihai: and special
reference to Israel's ideological and
spiritual aspects offered by W'alte:
Eytan. the distinguished Israel
diplomat in an article on the State
oi Israel.
Photo journalist Xachum Tin,
Gidal contributed, in text and 50
pages of photographs, a specia
feature entitled "Israel 25 Ycar-
in Pictures."
Great Jewish Book*
Dr. Abraham Wolfson. foundei
and chairman of the Miami B<
Spinoza Society, will be discussion
leader at the opening session ot
the Great Jewish Books Discussion
Group, to meet on Thursday. Nov
1. at the Miami Beach Public Lib-
rary at 2 p.m. The subject will be
"Book of Proverbs." Coordinate
is Samuel Reiser.
nationa
RESTAURANT month
Restaurants across the country, this month are celebrating National
Restaurant Month.
Theme of the 1973 campaign is the award-winning slogan,
"We're Glad You're Here!" said Richard J. Harman, President of
the National Restaurant Association.
This year, National Restaurant Month has special meaning to the
country's 4B0.000 foodservice establishments as the NRA calls on the food-
service industry to boost the American tradition of hospitality by
joining in the campaign to improve courtesy and warmth in dealing
with millions of customers.
The foodservice industry has over 3.7 million employees, most of whom are
in daily contact with the puWc as waiters, waitresses, busboys and bartenders.
Nearly 25 per cent of all food consumed in this country is eaten in a restaurant
or othor food-serving establishment.
As the leadership organization of the foodservice industry, NRA
is urging restaurants to renew their efforts during National Restaurant Month
to train their personnel in the benefits of "good old-fashioned
hospitality in serving the American connsumer."
Ill MM I > TM1KQ1 l,H THE CO! RTKSY OF THB FOIXOWIM, KKSTAI KAXTS
ASTI'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT
468 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
(Enlarged Dining Room) 534-2470
BAHAMA STEAK HOUSE
3890 N.W. 36th Street, Miami -- 634-8001
BISCAYNE CAFETERIAS
9900 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami Shores -- 758-5212
1*17 Bjscayne Blvd., Miami 576-1712
147 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables -- 443-6531
BLUE HORIZON COFFEE SHOP
8925 Collins Avenue, Surfside
"Open 7 Days" Phone 861-0551
THE BULL AND BEAR RESTAURANT
In the McAllister Hotel
10 Biscayne Blvd., Miami -- 374-6723
BURGER KING
Home of the Whopper"
Serving the Greater Miami Area
J and S Curci's
CAFE CHAUVERON
Reopened October 16th
9561 East Bay Harbor Drive
Bay Harbar Island
Phone 866-8779 For Reservations
CAPE CODDER RESTAURANT
620 N.E. 78th St., Miami -- 751-9415
CAPTAIN ORANGE
34 N.E. 1st St., Miami 374-3871
538 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 531-7892
CHINA INN RESTAURANT
14255 N.W. 7th Ave., North Miami 681-0012
CHIPPY'S RESTAURANT AND PANTRY
101 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables -- 446-7031
14501 S. Dixie Hwy., South Miami -- 251-0650
COPERNICOS RESTAURANT
"Opened October 24th"
250 N.E. 183rd Street, North Miami Beach
Phone 652-4303
De FERE'S RESTAURANTS
762 N.W. 183rd St., North Miami -- 652-9149
14135 N.W. 7th Ave., North Miami -- 681-3607
De FERE'S SNACK BAR
14035 N.W. 7th Ave., North Miami -- 681-3607
FALCON'S RESTAURANT AND BAR
2750 N.W. So. River Dr., Miami -- 633-9489
FARRELL'S ICE CREAM PARLOUR RESTAURANT
Sunday thru Thursday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Fridav ard Saturday 11 a.m. to Midnight
Free Sundae On Your Birthday
1645 W. Flagler St., Hialeah
Phone: 823-1889 or 823-9102
THE FORGE RESTAURANT and LOUNGE
432 Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach
Phone: 534-4536
GREEN FROG RESTAURANT
Open 7 A.M. 11 P.M.
17690 S.W. 8th Street
(Krome on the Tamiami Trail)
FROG CITY Phone 221-0015
..Jnnue
GREFNHOUSE RESTAURANT
Ooen Mon. thru Thur. 12-10
Fri. and Sat. 12-11
3i50O~mJ'e Plaia, Coconut Grove
Phene 444-6479
HARRIGAN'S
Lunch 12 Noon to 5-Dinner 5 to 1 A.M.
1744 North Bayshore Drive, Miami
Phone 371-4090 373-9634
THE HASTA
2665 S.W. 37th Ave., Miami -- 445-3636
HITCHING POST BARBECUE RANCH
445 E. Okeechobee Rd., Hialeah 887-6012
HOFFMAN'S CAFETERIA
1450 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 531-0357
HUNGRY HOUND RESTAURANT
12305 S. Dixie Hwy., Miami 238-0392
John Davis Jr., Owner, Manager
JACK MURPHY'S RESTAURANT
Open 24 Hours 7 Days Per Week
3666 N.W. 79th Street, Miami
Phone 696-2012
KENNY'S RESTAURANT
Open 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Closed Sunday
318 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables 448-2761 r
KING STABLE BAR B-Q LOUNGE
Open 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
5 N.E. 54th St., Miami -- Phone: 758-9148
KING'S WHARF RESTAURANT
At the Marriott Motor Hotel
1201 N.W. 42nd Ave., Miami -649-5000
THE LEMON TREE RESTAURANT and SUB SHOP
920 71st St., Miami Beach Phone: 866-9103
LIMEHOUSE RESTAURANT
215 Sunny Isles Blvd., Miami Beach 947-2112
LING-NAM RESTAURANT
Authentic Chinese Food
2261 S.W. 67th Ave., West Miami 261-0693


I
Triday. October 26, 1973
te**i*HfkirHdtoin
Paqe 7-B
The Israel Bend Organization, at tho request of Israeli
Finance Minister Pinchas Sopir, has assumed the entire
S642 million development budget for the State of Israel.
Pictuied as Dade and Bioward rabbis,, congregation presi-
. B'nai B'rith presidents, and top Israel Bond leaders
met In Miami Beach in emergency sersions with Sapj] tc
S3 the situation are (left to right). Dr. Irving Lehrman,
chairman cf the Greater Miami Israel Bonds board cf gov-
ernor.-,; Dr. Leon Kronish, national campaign cochairman
of Israel Bends; Mr. Sapir; Haim Laskcv, former Israeli
chief of staff; Milton M. Parson, executive director of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization, and Rabbi Max-
well Berger, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association.
t
\-
Every day is a holiday
when you eat out
'Aid-to Israel9 Is
Highlighted At
JWVA Parties
The activities of the wish War
it'ans Lidiea Auxii'a. ii s of the
lepaiIntent of Florida for tHis
\ek are as follows:
\\ t Miami ':::): A garni s nite
ii! be held on Thursday, Nov. l.
t the h me of Ruth Samues Pi o
eeds are earmarked for the Aid-
o-Israi l p ogram, A -: 011 bu incss
i cling will l>e ((inducted by
1 Rosenberg, president,
Harry II. Cohen T'.i: \ o : ,.
h II be held on Sundaj
v ening at M a hington i edei al,
' 18 Normandj I)... hi noi ing the
50th wedding annn crsar; oi Gcr>
rude : Joseph C hen,
Mi uii Beach 330: The
Vid to-Israel gam .- pai II be
d at the home of Mr Irene
wooperman, pasi department presi-
lent, 660 South Shi re Di on Sun-
ay, at noon. Lunch will be sen I
" -. Pauline Lazarus is in charge
; reservations.
Cul. David Marcus: \ gala
b Nite" will be held on Satur-
day evening at the Montmartn
Hotel. Tickets may be obtained at
;i di or oi through Marge Mc-
Sherry.


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^

LUIGI B.G'S
Open Every Day at 4:30 Sundays at 1 p.m.
2-475 N.E. 163rd Street, North Miami Beach
Telephone 949-5436
MADRID RESTAURANT
Specializing in Spanish and Mexican fo*ds
740 SW 8th St., Miami 856-1779 or 854-9378
MARIO'S RESTAURANT
Daily-12 Noon to 2 a.m. Closed Monday
300 72nd Street, Miami Beach
Phone 866-9618
MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN
1901 N.E. 168th St., North Miami Beach
Phone: 949-4004
BILL MILLER COCKTAIL LOUNGE and
STEAK HOUSE
3590 N.W. 79th St., Miami -- 691-9899
MINGIE'S CHINESE RESTAURANT
Open 7 davs -- 11.30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
760 N.W. 183rd Street Shoooinq Center
North Miami Phone: 652-5186
MITCH'S STEAK RANCH RESTAURANT INC.
7419 Collins Ave., Miami Beach -- 865-7922
MONACO LOUNGE
"Under New Management-Bill and Judy Hilt"
17501 Collins Avenue, North Miami Beach
Phone 932-2100
NEW BREED RESTAURANT
Max W. Ford, Owner
14 N.W. 14th St., Miami -- Phone 358-5923
NICK & ARTHUR'S
"Open Year Round"
1601-79th Street Causeway, Miami Beach
Telephone 866-9759
THE PAGODA CHINESE RESTAURANT
Open 5 p.m. to 5 a.m.
1850 79th Street Causeway
North Bay Village Phone: 866-7337
PAOIETTI'S
Luncheon 11:30 to 2:30 Dinners from 5:30 p.m.
2900 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Phone: 444-2755
THE PLACE FOR STEAK & HARBOR LOUNGE
Ed Zeller Your Host
1335 79th Street Causeway, Miami Beach
Phone: 758-5581
PLANTATION PIT BARB-CUE
1550 N.E. 164th St., North Miami Beach
"Eat In and Take Out" Phone: 945-7011
PORT OF CALL RESTAURANT
Owned and Operated by Capt. Bill Beck
14411 Biscayne Blvd., North Miami Beach
Phone: 945-2567
JOHNNY RAFFA'S LOBO LOUNGE
1331 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 379-6290
RED COACH GRILL
1455 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 379-4008
ROWE MOTEL
6600 Collins Ave., Miami Beach -- 886-1616
SALLY RUSSELL'S RESTAURANT
LUNCH COCKTAILS DINNER
68 W. Flagler St., Miami Phone. 373-4800
THE RUSTY PELICAN
Luncheons Luncheon Buffets Dinners
99 Rickenbacker Causeway, Key Biscayne
Phone; 361-5753
THE TURF PUB
Lunch/Dinner Served Continuously from 11 am
22 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
Phone 672-3182 I A
WOLFIES RESTAURANTS of MIAMI BEACH
Collins Avenue at 21st Street-Phone 538-6626
Lincoln Road at Collins Ave.-Phone 538-0326
RESTAURANT SUPPLIERS
A & P BAKERY I EQUIPMENT CO.
3590 N.W. 60th St., Miami Phone: 635-0845
Broward -- 523-0059
A A A FOOD EQUIPMENT ENTERPRISES
Restaurant, Bar and Store Equipment
26 N.E. 8th St., Miami
Phone: 358-9541 or 374-8273
ATLAS METAL INDUSTRIES
Division of Mercury Aircraft Inc.
1135 N.W. 159th Dr., North Miami 625-2451
DADE RESTAURANT REPAIR SHOP
2319 N.W. 7th Ave. -- Phone: 573-6888
HOLZER & COMPANY
SERVICING TOLEDO MACH NES
17260 N.W. 2nd Ct., North Miami 652-3313
METRO RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT
2930 N.W. 7th Avenue
Phone Bruce G. Aronson 634-7784
S and S STOVE REPAIR
127 N.W. 5th St., Miami -- Phone 373-0562


Fcge 8-B
*Jmi*t FkrkJtor
Friday, October 2&-1973
'Israel Action Day9
Extended To Week
Seme 4.200 volunteers in Dade
and B reward
r effort-- af Israel
day a- Israel Action
W Milton V Parson, director of
he Israel Bonds Ore
h Florida e dedskw to
exti brad A.:.or: Day
ate a a ek was ma the
-ded all ex-
:v all records for b
purchases Israeli h^t^ry
Dr Irving Lea
CO
: Israel Actioa Week.
haded the more than 60 syn3
vta .in I I nples, and their rab-
.r lead.rsh.p in I
- solicitation.
Sor-.e 2?C00 Jews went to con-
gre; tiona Sun lay for Israel Ac
Day. There, they "ere briefed
oa the Middle East fighting, on
American Jewry's responsibilities
in the crisis, bought bonds them
selves, and began a massive cam
paign to sell every Jewish family
in the community at least one
Israel Bond.
Raibi Leon Kronish. national
campaign cochairman. stressed that
the goal of $642 million in Israel'
"Jor.j; the amount of the Jew-
.>.u. nation's. >earh development
_c. can m ..^:.ied aady :t
lard :s met.
"I ari .< thai al! Jews
ire asked to "can Israel the equi.a
- rbc in the
4 Be:-..:> Rabbi
-
The .'. baa HefXCW Israel Bonds
under its
Dr. I aaU 080,000
n 1- towards a SI m.l
: for a Nov. 10 dinner at
daebleaa Hotel.
T... synagogues whi
-ajority of the Cuban He
area ition are coordinating
for the SI million
ler under Dr. Tachmes' leader-
ship.
More than 1.500 women were
scheduled to attend a Thursday
noon Israel Bonds luncheon hon-
oring Mrs Milton Sirkin at the
Fontainebleau Hotel. She was to
be feted at a luncheon sponsored
oy the Miami Beach chapter of,
Hadassah.
Dr. Tibor H. Stern spoke at a
Wednesday nieht "Peace for Is-
rael" rally in behalf of Israel
Bond- anj the Itt at the Jacob
C. Cohen Community Synagogue
in Miami Beach.
Left is a group of Soviet Jews, anxious :o
reach the L-eedom of Schoenau, on the last
leg of their Journey from the Vienna railway
station to the transit center en a bus pro-
vided by the Jewish Agency. Right, finally,
after c liielonq dream, these Soviet immi-
grants prepare to dsbark at Sc'.-.canau. T
cie scenes that will not occur agcin
Austria Chanca'lcr Brunc Krels'.cy s:
'he world last week with his anrtauBi.gr
that he had submitted to Arab Idsroru'.s' 2nd
wouid e'esfc the center.
Former judge Jerry Zeltzer, candidate for mayor of Miami
Beach and his wife, Helene, posed with Abba Eban, Is-
rael's Foreign Minister, during their recent trip to Israel.
Members of Mizrachi Women's newest chapter, Shalvah,
met recently at the home cf Mrs. Gerald Ness, (right) to
pkxn a gala Bowling Wife" at the Congress Bowl Saturday,
Nor. 17. With Mrs. Ness, who is seizing as dtairman of the
event, are (from left' Mrs. Danie! Rerter. Mrs. William Gor-
don, chapter president, and Mrs. Meir BaJcst,
Woman of Valor
Donor Luncheon
Set \$ erinesdav
Students of the Hebrew Acad
emy Choir and the Miami Beach
school's drama group, under the
direction of Mrs. Joseph Damler.
will provide the program at
Wednesdays annual Woman of
Valor donor luncheon of the He
brew Academy Women.
The noon luncheon at the Eden
Roc Hotel is open to the public,
and reservations are still avail-
able, according to cochairman.
Mrs Gabriel Deutsch.
Mrs. Bernard Edelstein said Mrs
Samuel Reinhard. Mrs. Louis Suss '
man and Mrs Aaron Lauer will be
formally initiated as Hebre*
Academy Women at the yearly J
meeting.
The luncheon will help launch
plans for the 26th annual scholar
ship fund dinner of the Greater .
Miami Hebrew Academy, which
wili be held Dec 23 at the Fon |
tainebleau Hotel.
Students Raise
$6,500 for Israel
Temple Menorah youth in coop-
eration with the PTA have thus
far raised in excess of S6.500 on
behalf of the Israel Emergency
Fund.
The students, responding to a
call to action by Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz. spiritual leader and
Rabbi Dan Landsman, educational
director have been active in a
variety of fund raising events.
In addition to door to door
olicitations in Miami Beach high
rises, religious school students
ranging from 9 to 12 years old or-:
ganied a Sunday afternoon carnival
M Stillwater Park in Miami Beach
which was described as "very sue
cessful."
Tfte temple's teenageis iiave con-
ducted a car wash and manned
.ollection tables at various Food
Fair locations Over 200 of the
temple's youth are participating
in these emergency appeals.
United Fund Hit*
75.2% of 73 Goal
( ontinueil from Pa-.- 1-B
.he largest increases for major
jornorate gifts at 88 per cent over
att >ear.
In announcing the total Brown
tional anj international level ha\
hocked and -saddened a.i of us
Ve live in troubled t.nie- Bjt are
ar.net allon these problems to
livert cur alter.:'on from the real
iceds of this community."
In speaking to the campaign
vorkera, brown added, "we will
iot make the goal ur.Ies* you a:e
illing to doubi; your efforts.''
ted Fund, congratalau i 10
ind :ts jta'f <
.epcrt of sen. j
united Fund agencies I
hewn at the i_ .
VICTOR BOR<.
he vn Bl th.our.i fa c
>t Norwegian I___:
Eh he serves
nander of th
In addition
':::.
tsinrrent. Decorations
eting were providi sears
Soebuek and Co.
The second ..?! I
the last genera.
William Paliot. chairman of the ling before the aifltc } inner
jrd of the Inter National Bank v. hich is scheduled Par T
i Miami, and president oi the Nov. 15.
Students Elect to Remoin
At College in Israel
President Norman Greerrwald
announced that the American
College in Jerusalem began its
sixth academic year on Oct. 3 at
its new Samuel Goidfarb Famih
Campus in the Kiryat Moshe sec-
(!on of Jerusalem She. ;j Mero of
35-36 NE :68th St. North Miami
Beach, is pr- attending the
.American College.
When the real K opur War
broke out or. Oct. 6. the student
body of />0, most
of whom are American.-, was of-
fered th- opportunity of return-
ing horr.e to the Catted State- AD
chose tin.
Briefing the leadership of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity on the situation in Israel and what can be ione
to help Israeli people in need as a result af the emerg-
ency is Israel's Minister of Finance Finches Scptr. Sapir
addressed an enthusiastic Federation group Wbnaay Oct.
15.
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M
fridcry. October 26, 1973
:
'Jenistfloiidlan
Page 9-8
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MiamiansTo Speak At American Heart Association Meet
Twelve Dade County research-
ers have been selected to report
their studies at the 1973 Annual
Meeting and Scientific Sessions oi
the American Heart Association
next month in Atlantic City. Dr.
Arthur L. Kaufman, president of
the Heart Association of Greatei
Miami, has announced.
Representing research projects
at the University of Miami Medical
School, the Veterans Administra-
tion Hospital and Mount Sinai
Medical Center, the twelve will
>peak to approximately 10.000
physicians, research scientists,
nurses and laymen from the
United States and abroad expected
'.o attend the 46th annual session.
Nov. 812.
The meeting will cove:- newest
pments in the nationwide
4Get Involved*
Is Theme Of
Education
Friday will culminate
Education Week obsen
Treasure Island Elementary
School when parents spend the
day visiting the school.
Theme of the week is Get In-
volved" and Tieasure Island Ele-
mentary wishes to see mat hap-
pen with students, teachers, par-
: ents and citizens in order to "im-
| prove and provide better educa-
tion for all Americans."
Activities during the past week
included a book fair, a back to
school night, and a United Na-
tions Day.
ffort to control and conquer
ii-eases of the heart and blood
essels which account for more
han hail of ah deaths in this
ouiury.
Attending from Mount Sinai are
Vabil El-Sherif, M.D., Onkar S.
\arula. M.D., and Benjamin J
icherlag, Ph.D.
The University of Miami Medical
'.chool win be represented by
tfuardo Banclari, M.D.. Haul Bus-
o. Pori'o l.. Ferrer, M.I), Mar]
ane Jesse. M.D., Dr. Kenneth C.
i r, Eugene I.. Nagel, Ml).
nd Dr. Bill] K. Yen.
Veteran's Administ ation Hospi
al representatives include Ralph
i. M.D., and Robert J My-
rbure, Ml).
Among the 1,300 delegates irom 350 Women's American
ORT chapters attending the organization's 22nd biermia.
national convention this week in Washington, D.C., were
(frcm left) Mrs. Charlotte Horn, cochairman of the Southeas
Florida Region dsleqation; Mis. Cynthia Kronish, delega-
tion ccchairmcn and chairman oi the executive committee
and Mrs. Felice Traktman, region president.
Sen. Lawton Chiles will be the
principtjl speaker at the annua.'
installation banquet of the Mi-
ami Committee on Ecology and
Eeautification Nov. 2 at the
Columbus Hotel. Chairman E.
Albert Pallot, local banker and
civic leader, will be inducted
lor the 12th year as head of
the citizens group.
Dedication Dinner
At Jewish Center
In Margate Set
Sunday evening, the Margate
Jewish Center will hold its dedica-
tion dinner dance and entertain-
ment at the center to commemorate
the first anniversary' of the new
addition. Two hundred persons
will attend.
Invited guests include Margate's
Mayor Bob Baughman and Rabbi
Morris A. Skop of Temple Sholom,
Fompano Beach. The dais will
also include Henry Kessler. presi-
dent. Cantor Max Gallub. officers
of the various branch organiza-
tions of the temple, and Herman
Katz, dinner chairman. Mrs. Sam-
uel Glickman Will oner vocal
selections.
In conjunction with this Kosher
catered dinner, the first temple
journal describing the activities
of the growing center, will also
fee dedicated. Julius Rosenthal
aid Sid Brown were co-editors;
Henry Pier was in charge of pho-
tography ,and Samuel Glickman
and Dr. Ira Schwartz were instru-
mental in soliciting advertise-
ments from supporters.
M. B. Singers
Saturday Social
Miami Beach Community Sing-
ers social is planned for Saturday
at 8'p.m. at the Washington Fed-
eral. "1234 Washington Ave. The
tvening will include entertain-
ment, music for dancing and re-
freshments.
The group invites vocalists in
;!1 categories to join the organiza-
Ijon which rehearses every Thurs-
day at 7:30 p.m. in the bandroom
ot Ida Fisher Junior High School.
The group is presently rehears-
ing for -its-21st- annual spring con-
C< rt to t* held St the Miami Beach
Auditorium on Sunday. March 24.
Joseph Mooney :: conductor and
: director.
All funds raised at the social
I end at the concert will be con-
| tributed to Israel. Further infor
4 mation may he obtained from
Nathan. Auerbach or M.ldred Shu-
man.
Yaffa Yarkoni To
Entertain Here
Yaffa Yarkoni. who is now sing-
ing for the Israeli troops, will sing
at the Miami Beach Auditorium
Saturday, Nov. 17.
Since 1948. Miss Yarkoni has
entertained. Israeli troops to keep
jp the spirit and morale of the
men; she has never failed to bring
the men entertainment anywhere
n Israel.
A world-acclaimed singer and
uperb stylist, she will star with
Geoigie Jessel in the concert at
he Miami Beach Auditorium next
month.
This show is sponsored by the
Florida Council for Soviet Jewry,
but part of the proceeds will go
to the Israeli Emergency Fund.
Tickets are available at the box
office and at the Florida Council
for Soviet Jewry.
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Children Admitted To
Flagler Schooling Races
Kiag.er i;og Track will begin j
official schooling races Saturday |
light with two more sessions the ;
following Wednesday and Satur- |
lay nights.
Admission, parking and racing
programs for the races are free,
and children, not normally allowed
at the track by state law, may at-
tend if accompanied by an adult.
There will be no wagering on the
chooling races.
Israel Women's League
Women's League for Israel, Lin-
coln-Miami Beach Chapter, will
meet Tuesday noon at 100 Lincoln
Rd. Fran Resnick is president.
Julius Darsky, president of the founders of Mount Sina:
Medical Center congratulating Harry Nathenson (far right
at the founders' opening meeting at which 19 birthdayites
were greeted. Over 200 attended the dinner meeting. Stand-
ing next to Mr. Darsky are Edward Shapiro, president of
the hospital and Jerry Blank, chairman of the Development
Fund.
ISRAEL
U.S. COMPANY
SEEKS PRIVATE INVESTORS
to capitalize manufacturing
and distribution business in
Israel. Minimum $5,000. Mr.
Egor Shlopak, 7305 Encanto
Court, Apt. 235, Tampa, Fla.
33614.
Phone (813) 886-4303
Noon Nuptials For
Laura Sneider,
J. J. Silverman
A noon wedding on Sunday, Oct.
21. united in marriage the former
Laura Sue Sneider and Jeffrey J.
Silverman at Beth Torah Congrc
gation where a reception in honor
of the newlyweds followed the
nuptials. Rabbi Max Lipschitz of
1! dated.
Parents of the couple are Mr
and Mrs. Richard Sneider. 810 NE
171st Terr., and Mr. and Mrs.
George Silverman, 1166 NE 160th
Terr. ,
Attending the couple were Janet
Sneider. maid of honor, with Shar-
ene Silverman and Carlene Silver-
man, bridesmaids. Joel Friedman
served as best man, and Glenn
Sneider and Dennis Miller were
ushers.
A graduate of Norland High
School and the University of South
Fioiida, the new Mrs. Silverman
is now working for the political
science department at the univer-
sity.
Mr. Silverman is a graduate of
North Miami Senior High School
and is presently attending the
University of South Florida.
The couple will live in Tampa.
'The Dreyfus Cose'
On two consecutive Friday eve-
nings, Nov. 2 and 9. at 8 p.m.. Dr.
\Iannis Neumann will speak from
he pulpit of Margate Jewish Cen-
ter. 6101 NW 9th St., on "The
Dreyfus Case."
On your
wedding day
the last thing
on your mind
should be The Wedding.
ca
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SAM SCHECHTER, Ownor-Mor.
Sisterhood Card Parly
Temple Menorah Sisterhood has
scheduled a luncheon and card
party for Wednesday noon in the
-ocial hall.
We take care of everything,
(or you. Our complete con-
sulting service, professional
catering, and well-known
facilities can make your
wedding dream a .
Dream Wedding.
So you'll be free to shed a
few last-minute tears, warm
up your cold feet and calm
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vJenisti ncredfinr
Friday, October 26, 1973
' ./IS -
I
Max Lerner
Sees It
LOS ANGELES Gerald Ford is bring called a caretakei
Vic- Pit-.!'. :il which means that if Richard Nixon dies or is
Impeached neither very probable but neither airily dismi<-
United States will have a caretaker President until
Po -. .. ngress, If *e to Mr Nixon and
mad mie bul are those the qualities for a Presi-
i it, of -.-.-. prove to be a Truman, but how many
iry?
THE WARMTH -'f response when President Nixon gave
to I rn the East l'.oom into a testimonial
nds oi Gerald Ford-
one .1 Ot, amid the collective euphoria, that a pos-
8ib] being chosen for the world's most
powerful an alnerable imperial democracy.
';-|i faull lie! w Hi a tripod of circumstances the lack of
for" i hi !ment. the shrunken options of Rich-
ard Nixon he tu inel vision of 'he Democrat in Congress.
THE WEAK par: of th" 25th Amendment has been lllu*
fir-; test. II gives a hostile Congress a whip hand
strong choice the President might make. By the same
' Congress into a rubber stamp for
hi choice, however weal
Perhaps th was unavoidable, bul it might have been better
his choice nnio-- overruled by two-thirds of
b< lb
i er iih Hi- President, but it was
I h 1 when he eho e hi-; original
to bee me a pariiami ntary government,
... il openly.
i tile tripod is formed by Richard Nixon's
; pti OS. The 5-2 ruling "f the U.S. Court of
Iding U.S. District Judge John J. Sirica on the
be a i of the Supreme Court's position.
THE l l'CO\ilN(. filial phase of the Senate committee hear
Eocus on campaign finances, including the reported
Hughes payment I i I be Rebozo, and inevitably touch
on Nixon's personal economy. The sword of Watergate is
still poised o\ i Richard N > *s head, as i- another kind of sword
ir pawn- bill, which will come up for a crucial vote
after the Pre i lent expected veto.
All in all, this was n A a time for the President to get into
assle with a Congress wh e Democratic leaders fear a strong
mbenl Republican Via President and some of whose Repub-
lican I,.,;, the 1976 lightning will strike them, provided
there is no 11 '-vital.le candidate.
So Mr. Nixon chose the easier way out and gave the leaders
(f both mngreatlirari parties the kind of genial nonprosidenlial
Vice President they found convenient.
I fear it is part of Richard Nixon's character to take the
hard, often dangerous way on foreign policy issues, and the
aajater way on domestic policy and on appointments.
ONE IS even tempted to ask whether if the impeachment
shadow continues to hang over Mr. Nixon he might not just
06 soon have a standby President like Ford in the wings than a
Strong one like Nelson Rockefeller.
The problem with the Democrats in Congress the final
leg of the tripod is their short-range vision in boycotting a
trong Republican who might have his presidential claims strength-
ened by the Vice Presidency.
I know this is supposed to be smart politics. But what will
it profit the Democrats if a maneuver smart for their party turns
out to be dumb for the country? Besides, they have set a prec-
edent in applying the 25th Amendment which may flick back on
them like a '.wo-edgcd sword: What they do now to a Republican
President the Republicans are bound someday to do to a
Democratic one.
EVEN FOR 1976 the Democrats may prove to have maneu-
vered badly. John Connally will survive the congressional vote
informally cast agauist him, and Nelson Rockefeller who was
Beyer really rejected will emerge with renewed strength
Neither of them will have risked the attrition of reputation in
the vice presidential office that befell Hubert H. Humphrey.
We are being nibbled to death by the mice of narrow parti-
san thinking, by President and Congress alike, by both parties.
The Middle East war highlights the kind of decisions that an
interim President will have to face.
America is not a wholesale grocery firm whose partners can
mgaga in petty infighting. It is a complex democracy with far-
flung global interoatfl.
I LIKE Gerald Ford and don't want to demean him, but his
record has shown him to be a follower, not a Uad -r, a lieutenant,
not a commander in chief.
Is it too late for Congress to demand not a caretaker Vice
President but a presidential one?
Official representatives addressing Greater
Miami's Jewish leadership Mcnciay, Oct. 15,
were (left to right) Robert Russell, Federa-
tion president; Leon Dulzin, acting chairman
of the Jewish Agency for Israel; Gen. Haim
Lascove (standing) former chief of staff of
Is:ael's defense foices and chairman of the
American Jewish Joint Distribution Commit-
tee, and Morton Silberman 1974 CJA-IEF
man for Greater Miami.
______
Seminary
InsUilh Netc
Chancellor
By Spec'jU Report
Last Tuesday thi Jewish Theo
Seminary installed Dr.
ierson D. Cohen as chancellor and
resident or the .acuities.
Dr. Col u- fifth person
to head the 87 y< a '-old in tuition.
ceding Dr. Sabato Morais
1886 !90i i. Vv. Solomon Schech-
ter (1902-191o>. Dr. Cyrus Adier
! (1915-1940), and Dr. Louis Finkel-
]ti ;m I 1!)40 19721
The inauguration ceremony it-
' -i 'f culminated three days of
i < brali m of an event ol great
importance to the Seminar]
THE INAUGURATION cere-
monies began with a convoca-
tion on Sunday held at B'nai
lurun, the oldest Conservative
congregation in New York City.
The program included an after
noon service, the conferring of
honorary degrees, and musical in-
terludes arranged for a 22 voice
professional choir. Gov. Nelson
A. Rockefeller was the speaker.
Monday was devoted to collo-
quia meeting at the Seminary for
two sessions. The subject was
'The Role ol the Scholarly and
Religious Disciplines in Shaping
the American Ethic in the Next
Quarter-Century."
The discussion was forcused j
on two papers circulated in ad- I
vance.
The papers had been prepared j
by Robert McAfee Brown, profes-'
S..'diS ffiMS"E! Max Cohu Nmaed Sa,e Manager Of
Luce Professor of Urban Values,
New Yoik University.
Lawrence A. Cremin, Frederick ,
A. P. Barnard Professor of Educa' Max_ tonn- who has sPent ,ho Palm Beach Countv condominium.
tion at Teachers College. Colum- i past 15 viars m vari0"s sales man \ native of New York, he grad-
bia University, presided at the j JJ[emfn' and supervisory capaci- uated from Brookh i College and
two working sessions. ln. So,uth Florida and New has lived in South Florida for the
The program on Tuesday in- YorK- hasrbpn named sales man- past seven years. He and the staff
eluded three workshops on "The ->'er at ^ ater Bridge, a $12 mil- in. presently conduc:inu sales at
Synagogue oi the Future," "Jew-j !,on con<"minium community be- /,r on site office at 5909 W. Sun-
ish Education." and "American i !nK.b .* by Levitt and Sons. Inc rise Blvd., two blocks west of the
Jewish Youth.'- Panelists were
drawn from the national organ-
izations affiliated with the Con-
S'.anley R. Gilbert, president of the Jewish Community
Centers of South Florida, speaks at the celebration of the
first anniversary of the South Beach Activities Center. The
center is administered by JCCSF. a beneficiary of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and is funded by Fed-
eration in cooperation with several government agencies.
Seated is Mrs. Margaret Jacks, director of the Department
of Aging of the Florida State Division of Family Services.
Levitfs Water Bridge Community
in Sunrise. Sunrise turnpike exit.
In his new position. Cohn will Water Bridge is situated on a
supervise all sales and coordinate 25-acre waterfront rtt& The first
activities of a four-man sales team, two buildings, comprising 144
Prior to joining Levitt, Cohn was' units, will be ready for December
senior resale manager at a major occupancy.
servative movement in American
Judaism, of which the Seminary
is the academic center.
Sisterhood Slates
Las Ve*as ]\i"ht Jewish Librarians In First Meeting
B'nai Raphael Sisterhood is ( The first meeting of the Jewish ; this past July in Los Angeles. Also
holding a Las Vegal Night at Librarians of Greater Miami will ( attending the convention was Lil-
B'nai Raphael Congregation, 1401 j be held Friday at 1 p.m. at the lian Ross, librarian of the Educa-
NW 183rd St., Saturday, Nov. 3,' Central Agency for Jewish Educa- tional Resource Center of the
On Sunday, Nov. 18. beginning |t,on j CAJE
at 10 a.m., the Sisterhood has
Margot Berman, librarian of New multimedia acquisitions of
?n;7ot%7STvad.^^pNw ^"^Be,h Am-and chairman! the lib,a,v of ,he ccntrai Aqtncy
27th Ave., Opa Locka. 'of ,he association, will report on for Jewish Education will be
Membership in the Sisterhood tne national convention of the As- presented, including tapes, films,
^ is now open.
I sociation of Jewish Libraries held j lilmstrips and recorcis.


Friday. October 26, 1973
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Page 11-B
Bar Mitzvah
- "**&
Steven Ber
Janet Greenfiuf Andrew Wasjersfrom Kenneth fine
ANDREW WASSERSTROM
Chait ;.i;l family, and M:
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Andrew Scotl Wasserstrom will Mrs. I. Levy, his aunt and
l.brate his Bar Mitzvah ;it Beth | from Cherry Hill. N..I.
and
uncle
;i 'o-h Co 'gation Saturd.:/.
Icbt, 27. at a.m.
Andrew attends Rockaway Jun-
\r High Scho il were he is in the
ghth g ade and plays tiumpct
the school band.
|An 8 p ccption at Knights
Pythias Hall will be hosted by
mother, Mrs. Diane Wasser
rom. and grandparents, Mr. and i
|rs. David Bablnowitz.
Approximately 200 guests are ex-.
pcted, incusing his lather Stuart
BART CHERNOFF
Bart, son of Mrs, Phyllis ("hern
off, wiil observe his Bar Mitzvah
->aturday morning, Oct. 27, al Bi
Torah Congregation.
The relebrant is in the eighth
trade at John F. Kennedy Junior
High School, and is a student in
I he Torah class of the Beth Torah
Harold W'oik Religious School.
Mrs. Chernoff will host the Kid-!
asscrstrom. and his grandpar- ** in her *on's honor. Among;
its, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wasser- \ 8k "" be his paternal grand-
rom of Columbus, Ohio. Also in mo,llcr- Mrs- Fences Chernoff
tendance will be his great-grand- ind Sam Skolnick.
Rep. Lehman
Guest Speaker
At Breakfast
At its monthly breakfast meet-
ng, the Brotherhood of Temple
Sinai of North Dade will have
Congressman William Lehman as
vest on Sunday at f) a.m.
Congressman Lehman will ad-
tress himsell to t: Mid East
'rises and will also allude to ef-
orts being made in Congress to
)ring aid to the thousands of So-
let .lews who wiih to leave the
ioviet Lnion but arc unable to
ueaue of high exit visa taxes.
Congressman Lehman has been
trona in his support of the Jack-
on-Vanik-Mills Amendment to the
Moat Favored Nation Treaty. The
imendment would withhold fav-
rite nation status from any na-
ion that has a discriminator.', im-
nigiation policy.

mgs
\
'?.?
Brents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Gcrt-
fcnberg of Miami.
-It ?
ERIC HYMAN
it
JANET GREENHUT
The Bat Mitzvah of Janet, daugh-
tor of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Green-
On Saturday morning. Oct. 27.' hut- "il! be celebrated during Fri
Uring services at Temple Sinai
North Dad. Eric Hyman will
called to the Torah as a Bar
htzvah.
I Son of Dr. and Mrs. William
lyman, the celebrant i* an eighth
lay evening services at Beth To-
ah Congrecation Oct. 26.
Janet is in the eighth grade of
fohn F Kennedy Junior High
School where she has served on
he staff of its newspaper. Tropic
ade studer.' in the synagogue's Topic, and its yearbook. Falcon,
e-confirtr.ac >n program and at!'or two years, and is in the pre-
inds John Kennedy Junior \ :onfirmation class at Beth Torah
Harold Wott Religious School. She
ras the recipient of the 1969, 1970
ind 1972 Americanism essay
iwards. and in Hebrew school re-
vived the 1970 Judaism essay
iward, the 1971 book review
igh School.
it jr
BRETT KUBL1N
Brett Lawn nee, son of Mr. and
rs. Alvin Kublin, will celebrate
Bar Mitzvah during 11 a.m.
lib Bar ilttzvan during n a.m. ,ward. the 1971 dook review
fervices at Temple Beth El in Hoi- | award, and in 1973. the George
ywood Saturday, Oct. 27.
The celebrant is in the eighth !
fcgrade at -! l-r F. Kennedy Junior;
|iyh Sc' parents wiil hon j
i him a>. the Oneg Shabbat Fri-.
lay night.
Among will he his mater-
il grandmother, Mrs. Pearl Ler- i
nan, and hi- paternal grandpar-
ats, Mr ind Mrs. George Goer of
llortli Miami Beach.
KlNMitil FINE
Kenneth in son of Mr. and
kirs. ftoT i! :,l bee me Bar
| ay, Oct. 27. al Ten*
il, Emanu E
The celeti an) will be honored
Hth a .i i at the Eden Roc
Augenstein
Bialeck and Jacob
memorial award.
Janet will be feted at the Oneg
Shabbat. Among guests will be her
Grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Le-
lat, and her sister Michelle.
it a
DEBRA DORN
Friday evening services at Beth'
I'orah Congregation Oct. 26 will
nclude the Bat Mitzvah of Debra,
laughtt r of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Dorn.
Debra is in Ihc eifhth grade at
John F. Kennedy Junior High
School and is a member of the
preconfii mation class at Beth To-1
ah's Harold Wolk Religious i
iotel. Hi- a andparents. Dr. and School.
brs. Jack Fa k and Mrs. Sandra
Hewis, will n i the event.
Mr. and Mrs. Dorn will host the ;
3neg Shabbat in their daughter's
honor. Among guests will be her
paternal erandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Mori is Dorn, and her mater-
nal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
of Oak l'atk.
STEVEN BAER
Steven C son oi Mr. and
*rs. Si Wo Baer, will become
Jar Mitz\al Saturday, Oct. 27, at i fJen \\ei-mitn. ail
Temple i atom, Hollywood.* v,icn
Steve'o Is seventh grade stu-'
bent at N ddle School, and
has been at' nding Temple Beth
Shalom'- Re us School. He has
elonged ti '.' youth group and
ln\ ScOUts
Steven is the grandson of Mr,
and Mrs. '-!"' M,amij
Herbert B er, Hollywood; and
great-- of Mrs, Anna
Ichreiber, M ami.
I
6\RY LEVY
Saturday, Oct 27. at 8:45 a.m..
In the roai sanctuary of Temple
iNi-r ran Jarj Jay. son of Mr.
fand Mrs Terry Levy, will be
|l:.ii ditr
Gary, .. 'H at John P..Ken-
school and Ner
framid Rei School, ts a mem-
|her of the Scouts.
A k ,i follow the serv-
,. and "on ;" Gary* hon-
Saturday evening 1|ian of ,|. lV ic Concern Commit-i
., thl Hotel. ee and as Civic Ajfaln director
._ nests will be the ,1(| |S a member bi the Rotary
,parets. Mr. and ,IuI), chamber of Ccamerce and
;|',' al,nts. uncles and ; Eiks c'ub
(cousins i Philadelphia
Mayor Stembridge
Is Guest Speaker j
North Miami Mayor John M. I
stembridge will be the guest
speaker at the late Friday evening
services at Tem-1
pie Both Moshe,
2225 NE 121st
St.. beginning i
at 8:15 p.m. His |
topic will be!
The Winning
Formula.''
Mayor Stem-
bridge, a resi- J
lent of Dade
County for the
past 2"> years,
Mayor Stembridge was the North
Miami campaign ,
chairman for G v. R (ubin Askew
in 1970 He has served as chair-;
Mrs.
The Oneg Shabbat following the
ervicea will be hot!
Mrs n Mrs Henrj Stevens.
M. Hot: MW "'"
5*1^ irft-HSftMli^K ll_be horicd by Mr. and
Scholarship Funds
To Be Raised At
Annual Luncheon!
Wednesday at 11 a.m.. the South
Dade Hebrew Academy Women
will hold its annual luncheon card
party at the home of Mrs. Diana
Hader. 7625 SW 93rd PI. Mrs. Ha-
der wiil serve refreshments from
Hoffman's Cafeteria, owned by her
hu band.
Proceeds will go to the school
scholarship funds. No child is re-
fused entrance because of finan-
cial inability.
The South Dade Hebrew Acad-
emy, a beneficiary agency of the i
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.'
with a present eniollment of 100
-tudents, holds classes at the YM-
YWHA, 8500 SW 8th St.
Mrs. Diana Hader and Mrs. Sel-
ma Roth are in charge of reserva-
tions.
'Energy Crisis*
| Is Subject Of
Author's Talk
Nathaniel Weyl. author and lec-
turer, was to address the Palm
Beach County Chapter of the
American Jewish Committee on j
'The Energy Crisis and its Mean-,
Ing for American Jews," Thursday
at 8 p.m. at the Ramada on th
Green.
Mr. Weyl is author of "Red Star
over Cuba." "The Jew in American
Politics." "The Geography of In-
tellect," and "The Creative Elite
in American His weekly column
appears in Goldcoasting.
A dinner was to precede the
program. Dr. Ted Rosov is in
charge oi reservations.
Candidate Burns
Says He'll Be
'Tax Watchdog'
Bob Burns, candidate for Miami
City Council in District 2, is par-
ticularly concerned with "deci-
-ions made by the Zoning Board
which, because of poor planning,
cost the taxpayer additional tax
dollars.*1
In particular. Burns contends
that care should be taken to avoid
"issuing a building permit for a
location already bogged down with
traffic and population problems."
He is also concerned with the
"quick-take actions in locations
where the City wants property that
has already been allocated for
ether use.
"My point is." gays Burns, "that
first of all we can't continue to
issue building permits indiscrimi-
nately, and second, once we see
the folly of a permit that was is-
sued, it should be able to be
modified without threat of the City
coming in and taking over the
propeny!"
Burns says that "as an dec led
member of the City Council I
will be a watchdog lor situations
such as this. Wrongs can never
be turned into rights, so let's not
make costly mistakes to begin
with" is his advice.
-.-U-:_~----------.*
Harold Z. Taines has been
named chairman of the executive
committee and GemM Taines
has been named chairman ol the
finance committee of Terrell-
Brown & Co., mortgage banking
film, according to an announce-
ment by company president
Robin Brown.
I
Mrs. Sara Helfand will present
the third in this fall's -cries of
book reviews sponsored by the
City of Miami Beach Recreation
Division at the South Shore
Community Center. 833 6th St.,
Miami Beach, Wednesday, Nov.
7. at 1:30 p.m. Joseph P. I.ash's
best seller "Eleanor and Frank-
lin" will be reviewed.
The Association to Advance
Ethical Hxpnosis was to hold its
regular monthly meeting in the
First Federal Savings & Loan
hldg., 2750 Coral Way. at 8 p.m.,
Thursday. Dr. Biair Protzman of
Hollywood, the guest speaker
was to discuss Hypno-Anes-
thesia, relaxed dental patients,
and hypnosis to relieve tensions.
Works by award winning
photographer Phil Brndatz, di-
rector of the University of Mi-
ami Photo Center, will be among
those exhibited at the Bacardi
Art Gallery, 2100 Biscayne Blvd.,
Oct. 30-Nov. 9. The exhibition,
which will aho feature painting
by Janusz Machnowski, water-
colors by Ludwik Wiechrcki, and
sculptuie by Stanisiaw Skura, is
sponsored by the Polish-Amer-
ican Cultural Institute of Miami.
it -tf it
The Gerontological Society,
devoted to research on aging,
will hold its 26th Annual Meet-
ing Nov. 5-9. at the Deauville
Hotel. Featured speakers will
be Dr. Arthur S. Fleming. Com-
missioner on Aging. Administra-
tion on Aging. U.S. Department
of Health. Education, and Wel-
fare, and Dr. Alfred II. Law-ton,
the current Gerontological So-
ciety president who is on the
staff of the Veterans Administra-
tion Hospital in Tampa.

Barry Rua has been appointed
Art Direct) r al Michael Schack
Advertising, Inc.. according to
Daniel Shouse. senior vice presi-
dent.
ft
The City of North Baj Vill
and Treasure Island Element
School PTA will CO-sponsor a
children's Halloween Party at
the school, 7540 K Treasure l>.-.
North Bay Village, Wednesday
at 7 p. m. There will b:- candy
lot all, a parade of costumes
and prizes for various a
gioups will be awarded.
The Young Democratic Club
hi Dade Count) invites the pub
lie to join them in an i \
of music, food and fun al .i
costume party Saturday al 8 p. n.
in the home of Judy DiPietro,
1150 NE 205th Tor., accord 11 .
to Club President Ron Liebi r-
man.
'Come On, Recycle Your
Life." .Menopause and Its
Myths." "How Secure la Social
Security?", "You Needn't Dread
Loneliness." These are a few of
the topics that will be discussed
when the Dade County Com-
mission on the Status of Wom-
en holds workshops at 2 p.m.
Wednesday in the Miami-Dade
Community College Auditorium.
300 NE 2nd Ave.
w
Kenneth Friedman, C.L.I', has
been designated a Chartered Life
Underwriter by the American
College of Life Underwriters.
Mr. Friedman, the son of Judge
and Mrs. Milton Friedman, is af-
filiated with the firm of David
Davis, C.L.U. and Associates,
North Miami Beach.
Security Trust Company has
announced the relocation of its
offices in new and larger quar-
ters at 700 Brick.-ll Ave. The
firm also has a new telephone
number.
Alan E. Master Named President
Of Barnett Bank of Miami Beaeh
Alan E. Master has been named
president, chief executive officer
and director ot Barnett Bank of
Miami Beach. N.A.
A native of New York who
graduated from Cornell University
in 1961. Master studied in the New
1 York University Graduate School
of Business Administration, major-
; ing in finance, during the period
of 1961 to 1967.
Master also began his banking
; career in 1961. with Chemical Bank
I of New York in its executive train-
ing program. His training in the
bank's credit analysis and loan
administration was followed by his
appointment as assistant manager
| of loans and later as manager of
; a branch office.
Named vice president of Miami
Beach First National Bank in Nov-
ember. 1969, he became senior
vice president of Jefferson Na-
, tional Bank of Miami Beach in
, May, 1972, and joins Barnett from
his position as president of Jef-
ferson National Bank at Kendall,
in South Dade County.
Among Master's many civic
responsibilities have been service
president of Bankers Lodge B'nai
B'rith of Greater Miami, vice presi-
dent ol Miami Beach Civic I.e.
and treasurer of the Board of Fel-
lows Of Mount Sinai Hospital in
Hiami Beach.
AiAN t. mastu
MJiiHV Orientation
The Miami Jewish Hen' and
pita] for the Aged will hold its
annual orientation coffee for vol-
unteers Tuei I at Douglas <'. ir-
dens, 151 NF. 52nd St.. Prospec-
tive volunteers are welcome. Any-
! one wishing to attend this coffee
can contact Mrs, Pearl De Dram.
M.li. Hadmsah Units
Slate Meeting, Party
Natanya Group. Miami Beach
Chapter of HadaSMlh, has slated a
meeting for Tuesday at 12:30 p.m.
al Winston Towers, Mrs. Frances
. b rg, membership vice presi-
lenl M. B. Chapter of Hadassah,
Mrs M >lly
is president,
'. I Tuck Group will hold
i luncheon and card parts at.
Wa Federal. 167th sc \\"<\
>n Wednesday at
n. Proceeds will go to Ha
sah Hospital for medical supp
Mrs. Dorothj E] i i i is chairn
ind M Leo Pi I n is president.


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He is a good Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father.
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must
not be forgotten. By planning ahead,decisions can be made
calmly. They can be made without emotional pressure.
They can be made wisely, and they can be made together
as a family. If you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to
your family, we urge you to do so now. In this way, you
can be certain that your family will not suffer needlessly.
WE INVITE YOU TO SEE OUR BRONZE MEMORIALS BY GORHAM
MASTER CRAfTSMEN IH SIlVER AND BROUZE

MIAMI* MOST BEAUTIFUL- EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETEHV
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'Faulty Rabbinic Scholarship'Rapped by Dr. Zeitlin
By Special Report
PHILADELPHIAIn calling at
I er ora in fact in an art
! or of Post-Biblical Litera Zeitlin titles: "The Plague of
ture and Institutions al the Drop- Pseudo-Rabbinic Scholarship," he
! !"'; i Samson H. Levej to task
ii
versities and colic "nol
only bia i idaism bul
11; unqualified to teach."
In his attack on some Jewish
scholars wh e teaching efforts
are characl rized by Dr. Zeitlin as
Bi n Zoma wa ;i .- n and
thai h iption ol Chris
tianitj was I h b k set ret
of the Rabbinic tradition. '
Ben Zoma. a ci Hi' mporary of
Rabbi Akiba during
"a plague upon Judaism," he adds *nturj 'ifl(''' l!'' destruction oi
thai they are -a menace Ki Juda- Temple in Jerusalem, was om
ism because they delude Hi ,-tu
i the venerable Jewi !i sag
jn Myers, senior vice presi-
Snt of Wometco Enterprises,
., was elected to the board
directors of the National
itomatic Merchandising Asse-
rtion (NAMA), trade associa
^n of the SlO-billion vending
foedservice management
lustry during it 27th annual
mention in Chicago. His
tee-year term will begin Jan.
dents on the campuses who arc ":i:ili,tl!(' already under the sway of Ialmud-
Evangelists, Jews for Jesus'." ,. ,
i Dr. Levey, whose article was
DR. ZEITLIN takes Jewish : published in a recent issue of
scholarship to task in the forth- Judaism.'" a publication of the
coming issue of "The Jewish American Jewish Confess, is a
Quarterly Review, foremost schol- ., .,hK. ,
ar!y journal in the field of He-,"0'0"11 rabbl '",fl c(lucator' an<1
, brew and cognate learning. He is ,erved as President of the Board
i al ! editorial board. The "Quarterly- He is professor of Rabbinics at
is a publication of the Dropsie Hebrew Union College-Jewish In-
Lniversitv. ,
stitute ot Religion in Los Angeles,
In the lead article, which Dr and teaches at the Graduate S
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LICAL NOTICE
THE riPCUIT MURT OF THE
Eleventh judicial circuit
in and for
general jurisdiction
DIV'SION
N" 73-91375
NOTICE BY PUBLICAT'ON
Th< M-irrlBPM Of
;iCO v.M.I.K. Hunband
s \ p v \- i i \Vif,
SARA VAIJ.E
Hlld I'-i'anlon Cocale"
Maai<-niinKi> Guatemala
MJ arp liorcliv notified ill.''
lion for Dtaaohitlon of Marrli r<
hp.n filed aca'nxt you and you
(hereby required t" serve n cony
leur answer or other nleadlnir to
|l". n....... n th< Wnband' a'tor-
LESTER ROGERS, whoae ad-
l, M-i \ w 17 Avenue, Miami
Ida SJltB. and file ll' original
the 'lerW i>f Hie above R'vled
|t on or lfir thlK 7 day >f Dec
a Default will be entered
|TFT> 'his :< rtay of'" 'Ml
mi'iunn p brinker
Clerk of in. ClmiH rmirt
nv R .1 F"V
Deputy Clerk
in 26 11 8-9-1*
loTTcEUNnFR FlfTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Stick 18 HEREBY GD/EN thnl
undersigned desiring to en<
,,,..., under the fictitious nami
lERIODICO WESTCHESTER al
I s VV 36th Si Miami. F'a n-
I,, reirlsti r Bald name with '"
,,f the Circuit Courl ui Daa<
itv. Florida
RAVVB TOS,/l--.l
,fHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
lEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
I GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO 73-?5M8__
NOTICE OF PETITION FOR
USSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
HEN UA.MSAKAN.
ttiloni i".
EL KA.MS \KAV.
fi Mil"'III
[ Ej 1.1 Ramsaran
fo Jonathan Ranv u
,l.-H" Road Bi ai I nora
[Yinldad. Weal Indies __._-,
ARE HER Em
, pet|t|on for Dissolution ol
has been filed BRalns! >'.
(ou art required to aerv. a cow
our ansvei ... : "' ;; .[
for Dlasolutlon ol Marr
. Petitioner's ;>.....;.. .."
(l K CHESTER, ESQ.. S N.E
Street. Miami, Florida Miss.
file die original Answer or
pi..K In the office of the Clerk
Clrcull Court on or b<"'..
30 day ol November, Ml "
Kll to do bo. iudtroenl by ae
; wl I he lake,, tfflMl >"'
relief demanded In the Petition
kaohttion of Marrlaw. f
rNBSS my hand am I the-_ <1
Court oi. .TVIob.r 19 IMS. i
KK-HAHP BBINKBR
, Clerk otthe Cir.-u.t < 'rt
|By C. P. COI'EljAND. D.C. _j(.
of Religion at the University ol
Southern California.
I))!. ZEITLIN charged Dr. Le
utii
'ion of histori I
thai "afti n," he
felt il i hi 111 i refute the
:le.
"Most of the written in
the field bbin
shov thai they have ni
ncc 'n the Talmud: mosl oi
them use translati ins," d <
Dr, Zeitlin, "Apparently they are
to use originals, Vs a stu
lent of rabbinics, I considered it
my duty tv) expose such hooks
without bias or favor.
"Il is no wonder that on some
campuses signs were hoisted with
the inscription 'Jesus is kosher'
The professors of religion with
heir teaching Jewish religion not
.inly delude the students but they
ire making them a ready prey for
the Key '~:> movement that has 1
ut to evangeli
Alfred Golden To Speak At
Temple Sinai Men's Meeting
Tl Men's Club of Temple Sinai
will hold il r inciting in
i Chapel Tuesday,
N'ov il at H p.m., it was been an-
ced.
lest ipeakei
.'i.; Topics "I the
iccordin | to Sam Albert,
ii.:- oi the S icial Affi
ii mittee. Mr Goldi n, w ho se \ ed
in the U.S. Arm) as a clinical
psycl been affiliati d
'i i B rith, the A iti Defi
'ion League and Hillel al various
ional and district lex
Miramar Man
Joins Uadassali
Jesse Berk has become an as-
sociate life member of the Hen-
rietta Szold Group of Hadassah in
Miramar. Also accepted for mem-
bership were his wife Ann, Mrs.
Harry Cawn, Mrs. Ben Lobow,
Mrs, Sam Labow, Mrs. Sam l.e-
Bow and Mrs. John Staracin Mr.
and Mrs, Charles Fine hosted the
ecenl n eeting.
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-Jewidh fbvlcttan
Friday, October 36, 1973
Obituaries
lEGAl NOTICE
LE6A1 NOTICE
IEGAI NOTKE
JOSEPHER
SCHAFFEL
. -.'
member

dents b' n
liar Miami J- wisl mt
Cent* r. She n rob r of Ha
.!.-.ill. National uit Je Ish
\,. m sl" '* "'"
\ 1 h) ber huel
Miami ;- i<>
Morris Josepher n I Sid-
Be) .1..... Gables: a
. [tin i Mr* < Bag. ;l
. ,.. i i. n.y ;i
grandson s. n
wen held w Oe\ i
, i ..a. ''h.u ;. n-lth iit. rmnt
li. Alt Nebo <' nn tery.
in--' I mi
n in. mbi i '
'


i
two k S haffi I f i
..' North
)... i.: ;. daught. r, .' I -
Joan Mack ..f Miami: hi* mother,
i- fai B of Miami
Beach; three brothers, Joseph
:, I ..i North Miami B. i h
- fel of Cherry Mill.
X.J.. and Oerac it 8" haffi I of I ona
I, \. V. Si rv ..- wei e held
Sunday, Oct. ^1 at Rlvenddi >: -
16480 NE l'"h Av...
... 1.1 Interment in l afcealde Mi -
mortal Park.
of Miami Beach
70, 2133 BW -'-'"l
EBER. Sophie,
R-v-- l<
GORDON. Jack,
1 .-IT. I iMlu.Hl
CARSON. Bather :".. of HaUandale.
Riverside.
LKVTON. Airs. .Marian K of Miami.
Riverside.
Reich. Sarah s. :i. of Miami Beach
Riverside lnterni. ill Ml. Sinai.
SCHRAGER. Tetta, 86. of North Ml-
,m 'wirh Riverside.
WITKIN. Rose. Ti. of Keu Haven,
Conn, Gordon.
FARHY. Leon, H, Of -Miami BNhBR,
Hi\erside
FINOEL, Sadie. 7!. 151 NK 5Ind 81
Riverside.
BEMBARON. Soriue. 29. of .Miami
Beach. Riverside, lnurnjeiu Ml.
Sinai.
BIRNBAUM. Max, of Ro-Mont Oar-
dena Levitt.
bleir. AbMe, 7*. of Miami Beach.
Levitt
DERGURAHIAN. Edward, (1, of So.
Hay Village. Hlvei>id.
LEVENSON, Benjamin. 7!>. of Miami
Beach. Riverside.
ROSEN. Moo, SO, Of rrnibniki- Pirns.
Riverside.
SILVERMAN. Lillian. 7.".. 7i"i Hilt more
Way. Coral Gables. Gordon. Inter-
nieni Star of David.
ACKNER, SabiU, of Miami Beach.
Riverside. Interment Ml. Nebo.
ETINGOFF. Alvin A.. H, of Coral
Cables. Riverside. Interment Alt.
Nebo.
LEVENSON, Shirley, of HaUandale.
Riverside
siff. Bella, m. Ill nk Mad Bt
Interim in Mt. Sinai.
WIESEN. Anna. IS, Of .Miami Beach.
Kiv-ide.
DAVIDSON. Nat 1 7*.. of North
Miami Beach. Riverside
DUNKIN. Irving, II, of Hnllyw.....I
Riverside.
hepps. Edward, 52, of Miami. River-
Ride iniermnt Mt. S'nnl
MORWICH. Sherman. 71. of Bay Har-
bor. Rlversldi
OR'NGER. I OUl" II, Ot North .Miami
Beach Rlv*' "Ids
EISIG. .Molly. 71. of .Miami Beach.
Riverside
HAHN. Esther, 7.:. of .Miami Beach.
ki\ i rslde
PADOWER, Helen, II, of Miami
Riverside
STROMBERG. Sarah, 6. of Ml n
h New man
AApons^n. -1 is >.. ..f X rth Miami
]:. ach. I .-\ iu
BARBAS. Disney, of Port I auder-
. i evltl
durst. M< rti n i 52. formerly of
v.ii. River I
FRIED. Ida Ruth, 76, of .Miami
Beach R
WAECHTER. I Edmund, of Evans-
Si
BA2INSK". I I,
Levlti
GOLDMAN.
BUSS. .-
... |i Nebo
MERLING. Esther. 71, of .Miami
h. Riverside. Interment Star
| ,,f i.
leviE. Morris 84, ot .Miami Beach,
.ewman.
FIXEL. Mr.-. Anna. 152 NE Slel Si
Riverside. Interment Star of David.
ROFFMAN. .Morris i!., li.'. Of Hay
Harbor. Riverside.
Rosenberg, Jerome I.. ii7. .f
suriside. Riverside.
WIDDER. Lewis, 74. of Fort laiuder-
.la.. itiv.rside.
ZIGER, Edward, 77. of May Harbor.
i tk*versiue.
BROOKS. William II.. of .Miami liea. h
.. rW in.in.
GOLDSTEIN, Anna. 77. of Miami
......... .\ewman.
WOHLFELD. S.lma. 47. of Coral
i,di>ir.'. inVerslue.
AUSUBEL. Or. Herman. 84. of
.-uil.-me. Mlasherg.
DUNKIN. Irvine. S.I. uf North Miami
..cavil. i.iVflMUt.
FRKY, Waller D.. W, of Miami River-
-IU.
HAMMER, Ida. S7. of Coral Gables.
KAYS. Sura. >:'. of Miami. Riverside.
i.l v<-1 aiur.
LIDSKY, Julius, of Miami. Rixerslde.
.oBtL, Anna L.I 72, of Miami Beach.
Kiversid...
PERLMAN. Mollie. 82, of .Miami
Meaeh. Riti-rside. Interment Alt.
Nebo.
PORTNOY. Ida. 77. of Hollywood.
i lordon.
SOCOLOFFTlia.-. II. of .Miami Beach.
BJverstdi
SOLOWAY. Ixiui^ David. I", of
Miami. Riverside.
EICHEN. Helen, 70, 2371 ColUna Ave.
i;n erside.
SOLOMON. Nathan. 77. 1421 Collins
Ave. Riverside.
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throughout the Miami
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NOTICE OP ACT ON
CONSTRUCTIVE RPRVICE
iNfl PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT PF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. N AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO IZ.-'i.Ttn
GENERAL JURISDICTION OIVISION
ACTION FOR D'SSOi UTICN
OF MARR'AGE
\ RE' THE >' VRH1 Vi)K i IF
\ \i \ l-1' i El > .
Petltl ner.
and
ANTONIO DE LEON, Hu band,
R< ...... r|i ni
Ti I: Air. Am- nlo .1^ I
RESIDENCE I'NK VI IWX
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
an action ror I nlui Ion of Mar-
rlaai ha* I..... flli d Mdtlnsl yu and
<, ii in n quired to ve oopy of
our v -in. :\ defenses, if any, to ii
.ii Gulllerron Bostchln, Esquire, at-
.. f..i Petitioner, whone address
is |01 N \V. 12th Avenue, .Miami.
Floi Ida, and file thi oi lnal with
Ihe r'erli of the above styled couri
or before Nov. 36 1873: otherwise
i default "ill be entered ajralnsl you
for ih. relief demanded In the com-
plain) or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for fou1- conecutlv weeka
in THE JEWISH l-'l "RIDIAN.
\\ ITNKSS my band and the seal of
said COOli at .Miami. Florida on ilii-
11 day of Ocl Ill
RICHARD P. DRINKER
As Clerk. CtrcttM Court
Dad" County. Florida
By R J Foj
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
C.ril.DKRAH' SOSTCHIN. ESWl'IRE
l"l N.W. U'th Avenue
.Miami. Florida ISI2R (IX4-4HB)
Attorney for Petltlonc-
lt/M-M 11 2-9
IHE CIRCUIT Ci^URT or THE
ELEVENTH J'T'CIA' C'RRGIT
OF FLOT"A IN (NO FOR
DADE CC'INTY.
PROBATE D'VISION
popnT: Ni ~~
NOTICE TO CRKD 0R$
l"-ial. of
APTHI i: J. PECK
I. ,.
To AlWn fl ,v;
Said
Bstali
h, nd !-
ui''.
mandi whli h vou I have as
the i < ; ,,|:' K ''"'
eil lute of 1 i Ui F lorlda,
,,. ;,,;.! unty.
and file lh< m duo '"'"-
vided In B s*tl in : '6, Florida H '
utes, m I..... nfflci ih i" wnty
, ,. I....; ., in 11 ide i'i'.i"" Florida
, within -'\ ralemlar n> nth from ih<
lime of the tin i oublicai ii hi reof.
or the '..mi- u III !..* bnrri d
Dated at Miami Florida, ihi-
daj >l Septi mber, A D '7S
DMA III. S PECK
,\> Exe. uirix
Filed at Miami. Fktrlda, ti. 21 day
of Seol A D 1172
STANLEY D CAID1N
Attorney for Executrix
". West Fuutler Btri el
.Miami, Florida
in S-12-lP-Sd
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 73-5916
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
| RUSK POTASH
deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
! hiK claims or Demanda Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
I to present any claims and demands
which you may nave against the es-
tate of ROSE P'TASH deceased late
.f Dade County, Florida, to the Clr-
uli Judges of Dad.- County, and file
the same iii duplicate and as provided
in Section 7U.lt. Florida Statute! in
ill. ir nfflcea in the County Courthouse
in Dade County. Florida, within four
ai. ndar month* from ih.- time of
Ihe firsi publication hereof, or the
sain.- will be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 13
dav of i "rtoli.r. AD. 1H.:'..
HTM AN R POTASH
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
ih. II day ..f October. 1I7J.
Henry Norton
Attorney for Executor and Batate
IJ01 Blacayne lluildiiiK. .Miami. Fla.
in |.2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTTl B IS HEREBY OIA'HN thai
the underalimed, desiring to naase In
business under the fictitious name of
CATACOMBS ENTERPRISES al PO
Box 132. .Miami Shores. Fla. til S3 in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
WALTER L COMBS
JANE a COMBS
l" S-12-I9-2C
Repre
INC.
' Strbbolh
Ave'-MO 1-8583
Only STrktW' J"'"
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Closed On The Sabb t).
Personalized Memorials Cuskm
r>ofted In Our Own Werksnop.
J2eM
JUemoriaJ Chapel
-JIWISH fVN*Af Dir.fCrORS"
LOCAL AND OUT OF STATf
ARRANGtMENTS
r 947-2790 (
1338% W DIXIE HWY N M.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-5901
(Judge Dowling)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Batate of
.iri.iAX H PEARSON,
deceased.
"iv All I'n alters and All Persona 11 >\ -
.ni; Claims or Demands Anainsl Bald
te:
"i ,-u are hereby notified and rt qu n
to pres.-nt an) i alma and dem
which you may havi again*) the i-
. ..f JULIAN H PEARSON,
. i late of Dade County. Floi
,. the Circuit Judgi > of i ade oui
and file 0 e sam In duplicate and
;. d i. Si in i :i K
Statutes, in their offli e* in I Cot
i in thi ii-. ii I lade County, I
fou endar mi nths
the time of thi fin I publli .. -
or the sain.- will be
barred,
Miami rida. this 10 d ly
' i
Al. : (SON
As I
First | "I this noii. .
dav of
B; Ml ISES J. OR1 'Nl iWERQ

I Iu
. .: .
in 11-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 73-23883
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN RE THE A1AKKIACK OF
MARILYN MORE A U PUTNAM.
WIFE. PETITIONER, AND.
CIV CORNEIJUS PUTNAM,
HUSBAND, RESPONDENT.
TO: Guy Cornelius I'utnam. Resi-
dence Unknown, you are hereby no-
tified that your wife, has filed a pe-
tition for marriage dissolution in
thin Court, and that you are required
to file your Answer or other pleading
th.r.to. with Ihe clerk of this Court.
and to serve a copy thereof, upon Jo-
seph i l-ausscl. I4S N.W. '.'4 Street.
.Miami. Florida 111 10, your wife's at-
torm y. on or before November I,
1*73, otherwise a Default for ihe re-
lief suught for in the aald petition,
will bi entered against you by thi
Circuit Judge.
DATED: ictober, 1172.
Richard P, Brlnker
Clerk. Circuit Court
Uy: A. J. RIVAS
D.-uutv Clerk
l" t-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME'AW
NOTICE i GIVEN
U lei ileiirin8
'1 I J :
' Fi UPADUH \ El- PALMAR at
lllfl N '.. I b Bin Miami. Fl.
said name a itli
he "i f'ln nt ilourt of
IO J I'M DTVIA
,, 2. n
NOTICE UNTE" P.CTITIOUS
NAME I AW
t OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
1 ci. i. r ilgned fle Irlng to engage
n hu under the Petitions I
f .-i:a Vf I V AP I RTMENTB and VI' -
'AS I I'41 i Av.nue. Burf-
i.l... Florida :;ni" ttenda to regl"-
ra'd -mie u'i '. Clerk of tl>.
>-,ui' urt of i County, Flor-
ida.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT
OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-2880
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
Ri >8E A LOWENSTEIN
deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons \<:^-
Ing Claims or Demanda AgalnBl Said
Estate:
You ai.- hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you ma] have against the es-
tate of ROSE A IATWEN8TEIN de-
d lati ol I >ade County, Florida,
to the i'ir. ui' Jud i of Dad.. Coun-
ty, and file the same In dupllcnti
as provided In Section 733.16. Florida
tub In their offli es In Ihe < 'oun-
i ui u i In Dad.- Count]. Flor-
ida w ithln fi ur i n ends I I ft om
the time of the flrsl oul llcai
r the sam > wl Is d
' led al Miami, l
of l '.! ber A D
GEl 'f IANI IFF
A < \
I.in. oln R
Mian,
_________
NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS
NA'.ir i AW
NOTICE IS
busini under I he
'. HOTEL
In-
th ti
uit Courl ol i >adi
. i I
Wolf Gal
.I. Garl
Abraham tt ind
.Miriam \\ .,,.: his life -
I
10 12-19-26
notice of a;- ON
CONSTRUCTIVE f^EKylCE
i NO PROFr'
IN THE CIRCUIT C^c'T OF THf
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T
OF FLOR'DA. IN 'NO FOR
DA I -TV.
C'VIL ACTION
GENF"*' .r.lRISDi'T "' r.'v;siON
ACTION FOR DISSI- oTION
OF- MARP'AGE
IN RE: THE MARRI
KATHLEEN Al Mil.
Wife
.. id
Hi i.\ A I DP MILLER
llusl.al li
TO: RONALD P. MILLER
Dor. heater An
Aoartment 1218 H
US w Rlttenhou-
Philadelphia. P
YOU ARE HER1 NOTIFIED
hat an acl Ion for I) if Mai -
-lage has been filed i and
\..u are r. nuired t>. serV' .. ..)?>' >.f
your written defens. II anj to II
m Al UiSII.M.I. l: : -' IBR lr-
iev for wife, whos" >- : 1651
s Dixie Highway. Suit' WO. .Miami.
Florida, ami file il.- original with
the clerk of th. nl.. styled Court
>n or befor. Novemh other-
,. a di fault .it I" red against
vou for the relief J- : iiiert in the
nmnlalnl or petition.
Thi- notice shall b. iul llahed once
ich neek for four .. 'isecutlve weeks
i, THE JEWISH FLORIPIAN
WITNESS mv hand and thi 1 of
Hid court at Miami. Florida on this
21 da] of 8 oti mber. l!-::!
RICHAltD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Flo-i/i-i
By C. P, CUPKIAND
A- Deputy Clerk
(Cireuit Court Seal)
MARSHALL P. FISHER
.w;.'.:. 8. Dixie Highway
Suite :ii*
Miami. Florida 12164
B66-5I27
Attorney for Petition, r
ti i-12-ia-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
ihe undersigned, des !:: to engage
in business under lh fi. liliou- name
of TOM Ml'ltrilV CONSTRUCTION
CO. INC. d*h a ADHF'HV CON-
BTRUCTION CO. al suit- iw. Dade-
land Towers. MM s. Dadstaiid Blvd..
.Miami 13154 intends 10 r.gi-.i said
name with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County Florida.
Thomas P. Murphy, Jr.
w-.if and Schonlnger. P.A.
Attorneys for applies
Suite 702 Dadeland Towera
: ran. 8. Dadeland Ftivd.
.Miami 3815*
10 12-11-21! 11 3
STATE OF FLORIOA
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
In The Name And By The Authority
Of The Sat Of Florida
TO ALL Tu WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME, HREETINGS:
Whereas, RUBIN BMVCKLER. Mi-
ami Beach. Florida: ANNE 8MUCK-
l.KK. Miami Beach, Florid., ISI-
DORE FLAUMENBAUM. .Miami
Beach Florida did on the 17th day
if Beptember, A D, 1963 cause to i"
incorporated uniier the laws of thi
ist.ue of Florida RUBIIX REALTY
CORP, a corporation, with Its prln-
ipal place of busii,.-- .Miami
Beach. Dad.- Count] te ol
Florida, and whereas -.. h corporation
did on the 10th day ol October, AH.
!'.'7:i cause to be fill office of
ih.- Department of thi Stab of Flor-
ida, the document,,]-, nuthorltj re-
nuired under Bectlon 60S.27. Florida
statutes, showing the dissolution of
such COl
Now. therefore the Setretarv ol
siat. dot.- herebj i fore-
B and thn '. Is sal fled that
r the l.i w havi hi n
..tuple .1
i :i\ IN under i n hand
and ...
ite of '' '
i i, -
. i a I 1173
RICH VI' (Dll Kl

I 7'
v V01:
Kolle
'e:duM<
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il .
' His*-
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NO'ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
HOI BE GIVEN '!
tin u: Kind. : rg
nan
f U A DRA P.OB 4

Hoi; .UK
HOBER' \TT
-it-tt-M
NOTIC I UNnER F CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
. ""''' HEREBY GIVEN that
'he undersigned, desiring to engagi
In business under the fictitious i. m
"t MARTIN'S C8ED FURNITURE a<
" N w 7th M7 -n .- in register said nan*
the Cl of the Circuit Court
Dade Co mty, Florida
' H MARTIN
-. lt-U-26
FICTTIOUS NAME
e uf "ed Intend* io reals-
'- nam nf EAR' '8
' V BAI i-"-' I N -l-:i'\'-
I '

.-Eel FICTITIOUS
''ME LAW
1EREBY tl
: d Irl
name of
-
v Beach I'd to
ime wl '
Courl of Dad County,
BMI'CR -
.... i .
'
.. oln .. i
10/12-19-26 11/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N< TK l. HER!
thi ii I Igned, d
in bushiest und I
if FOREiON AND CCSTOM AUTO
ION >
siii i\\ .,- 72R1 s W v h A South
Miami Is to i
n mt
L'ou mi
EXPi 'SI i': '> P
AMERK A
. | Hi
.'. Karp, a
100 N I'. -1 I
.Miami, Fa ,
II
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CRCUIT
OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 7? 50->8
JOHN o BLANTCN
NOTICE T^ CREDITORS
In RE: i: '
VICTI IR XA''
log Claims
"
Vou are her.'
to resent
which you i
- i-. .f V
..f Dad, CoU"
All P Hav-
tnda s.ud
tiffed ai lired
mi inds
,. in- ea-
rn I tote
i.rid-i i'ir-
' file
in '""-
'at-
in n,e County
Courthousi County, Florida.
i f( mo i ihe
reof.
i- s 10
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f e on
thi !9 1*7
.4
Carl E. \S.
ney I trlx
Miami. Fla.
1: 11-21


iFridav, October 26. 1973
IECAL NOTICE
* I tyl) ff-r./rfrfif'Pir
Page 15-B
!
IEGAI NOTICE
NOTICE nr ACT'ON
CONSTFUCT'vc ed>W|CE
(NO PROPERTY*
||N THE C'flCU'T COURT OF TH =
ELEVENTH 'l.D'CIAi. CRO'UT~
OF FLORIDA IN A||) eQR
0* - C1LIC ACTION NO 7'..-?0JT
(ENERAL JLRISD'CT'ON n v SION
ACTION FOR OiSSO' UTION
OF MftRRiar.p
i i -i-i 11 i*>n|)iipn ,,.
ITJAM DAVID ARNOLD,
u*band
nnd
III B POWELL ARNOLD,
DEBRA 8 POWR1 i. \l;\ni p
1 nldel i I '"'.....VII
' ARK HERERT XOI
i nctlol I DlnKfilul Inn nf \|;,..
In baa n r '."i airninKi ynu' .in i '
fei reauir. fl to nervi.......... >
written fen*i v if
VIR v. RTovr, attorney tn- w
ho*e adilrcn* In Idl v \\
Ml Florida, .-> 11 9 n .
Will clerk ,,f |hi
ii" n : before Xov. n
: oti rv *e n il. fanli v
u for thi- relb r !,
Ihi m'llalnt m
notlpi ill i... puhliHin .:
'...... i
KWISR Fl ouiDI.W
my hand nnd n,o eni nf
Nor c= f F ACTION
CONST^UX-tvc SPRVICE
< n *^^ooeTv
IN THE rioCUIT COURT OF THE
E' '""' I r ./! ,|T
OF FLORIOA. IN AND FOR
D r> = roi JNTV
i- vn ar-r^N mo t? i^-jqa
CENERAL JURISDICTION D'VISION
ACTION co^ OiSSOi UTION
^F MARRIAC-
' .........''! \'>: i if
J<>K l IIEVI1 l \
Pell.....
mid
" VIV.1 R RRVII.T.A
-. i

l-K.l
S 'v'n i 0 ".-Villa
i v 'i, Kami ipi
..- \' i. i ,i f.iniin
VOI' \"K HERERY VOT1FIER
I ..I |." .....| IIH
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO ponpfBTVi
I" THC flOru'T CURT r^c TM|
Ei eMTU "iniriAi r o r 111 t
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
CAOF r,i|iN|Tv
; GENERAL JURISDICTION D'VISION
C'V'I ACTION NO 7 "MBfl
NOTICE FOR DIPS'-" UTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX UK: The Mnrr'nKe nf
w v m VRY1 |.N CAKHIDO
\\ il. .
and
' IMS CAHKII '
'li i.!.,. I.
TO: i PIS <: tRRIDO
i li ;- n Zeuueira*
Vn Jail i 'nuntrj "lull
Rio Pled b, I'm i in i:i, ,.
VOI" AIM' HRRRHY XOTIPIEP
r eopj nf .. i '......''..I m ii8l i-nu' and ,',Ht Petition fnr His-,,|ui:. n nf your
"" m It m | ..ii i......1I1-.I in ,- v. n.'com i.| v' irrlajn nan been fi'ed and mm-
>lli-<
1
n tliis-
rt ai Mlnm', Florida
- O.-i..!,, |! ?,
RICH IRD P RRIXKER
\r Clerl Pin ull I "nui I
! li <"' linlv r--lr.ii.l-,
By v .1 RIVAS
A* Penuty Clerk
Coui 1 Seal 1
' ': STOXR. ESQ.
BORTCHIX, P.A.
v i"iii .\\..tii.'
Plorli
. i"..i- l'- ii loner
1" .'. I*.||).2<
NOTTF OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY-
T-E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
-EVENTH K.'DICiAL C'RCUIT
C FLOR-DA. IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
C ^IL ACTION NO. 73-3?q9
CTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRAC.E
I. THE M VRRIAOK OF
' ~ M ( A I ZADII.I.A
1' ..Hi 1-.
. id
DA 18V CAI X.Mill.I.A
-I- 111
1 Dnlxi ("iilxadillu
- :.i: Are U-
f iifuem.f 1 .iv vnii
aim: hererv
Bettor fnr Dliwnlutli
, been 1' I'-'l Rjcnlni i
XOTIFIED
r Mar-
n.11 and
f
- nur 1 .,,,,. ||
vrvi' fi r:o -s. i.ihhiio ror Pi-
n -.' mldi Ik 101 V \V
i'i l v. nu. \| ml I-"--- ..I-1 S312H,
nd file lln 1 ivhl.....11,
lln ihnvi led nrl
-.....faull
n -
di .1 in Hi. Dmulainl ur
1
T i-i I In ml .1 nnee
-..-li rk for four in ,\. .1,.
THK .lEWI.R I III IR1DIAN
I In iln- 1..ui-i and you are n -
HUlred 1..... njiy of vour w rll
1I1 any, to ii' nn 11 VR-
' u i-'- \ > ii. nddi. 1 :;i. w,..i i--| urici
>'".'. Miami 1': ml fib the nrl*-
inal with (hi I. i'. nf lb.. ,.| ,,
"tj Ii 1 nui ,. \
: ''. .1.-1 ull will lie
* .11 for Ihi
1 > .1 fin li 11..- 1 nnudalni or nel I-
Thl> hnll be iiulil'-ln-d .......
" for -. in 1.......111 \. 1
u ITXEjtS m; hand ami lln ,., ;.....!' ""v" "eekN
Id i-oun : ill i il .'.,'- K'SH KMIRIDIAX
q 1 w 1 1 .\ KhM mj hand ind Ihe senl
RICHARD P." RRIVKER "nl,l ''"u''' :" Miami Florida on
, u 1 ,hl* :' "' '''"''' I -
;,., RICHARD P llltlXKRK
I- [1 .1 pov
\- I.. iut) Clerk
I'iiiiri 1 .hi: 1 S
\i! -If.' KnMH. I>m :
- ,..,, a snvl 'bin, P.A.
'"I X VV I2lh Av.-nii.
Miami. Florida Si;*
Ulorm y for Pelitl
'- -l:> ji;
A* Clerk. 1 ircull 1 'nui 1
I iii.ii. Count.'. Flm ill.1
ll.r C P COPEI AND
\~ Denut.v 1 'lei k
1 'n-.-uii 1 '..uil S.-nIi
i M,'i 'I !. CEASE RSI 1
-72H Weal FlaKlei Slreel
Miami, Flnrlda
An,.in. \ for Petitioner
in 12-Ri.id
11 -'
:, ,-..]i\
any, ', ii
for I'.-ii-
N W
3S12S
elerk
retiulrml 1., s,rv.
.1 I..1. lii ,, ||S, ^. if
.:"" U. .---. :il',.in,-i
- h.i.-.. :..l.h'. --, is 1 nl
mi.-. Miami, i-'i.ni.i.i
I In .,1 uiinil wild (In
I \ s' V>l .-.-Ml-! nn
rmlier Til.. 1973; nlberu i-i- .-.
'-. ill be entered ufcalnal you
lh- relU-f ,l, mi ...l.-.i in il:. , II 1,-li, .
|l- iitiee stmll be ihiI.I'-I...I "ii.-i-
-1. r. -.......- "' .- week*
":\\ ls:|| FI i.RIIHA.V
:ESS mv bund and ihe >' "*
hi :it Miami Florida on thli
f September. MX
I'.i....... i i iiker
ia Clerk, t'lrell'l '.....i
ii:ni. County. Florida
Bl l". | '. IPEI A\H
a- 11. iut] Clerk
..Ull S -:il)
*-\"ss. EMlUire
fc1.* I2ll< trelllla
i-ln. ::
f,,r ivtitloner
10/5-12-13-M
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ENTH JUDICIAI. f.'PCU'T
FLOR'OA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
[NOTICE TO APPEAR
,BY OUBLICATION1
i'li.- Marrince nf .HiSEPH
\l buehiind and CE-VDA
Wife
.HA ixn:\- \i
-ii ii:v, i: i'vkxi >\i X
LAKE HEREIN reuolred I.
i.|.y ,.f ynui Answer In lln
I ror I .is-..liii'..n Iii-.-m. "ii il'-
i \i(.ii..\. Miiii.i> '/
Inn s.i I..'.I llulldlna Miami
ind tii.- ill.- .-i-itf'i'i.l :" '
Hi.- Cletk nf Hi-- Clreiin
beinre Xovember in,
laid .-.ai-i- v. Ml 1- taken a*
l.\ \-, i il,,s- :: ,i iv ..f Oefoher. 11*73
ICHARD P IJHINKER
i-i-k <.f I'.,- <"'-" 'i1! Court
v I |IV>
Deputy i'i.-. i;
Id 12-19-26 II -
circu't court of the
inth judicial circuit
Tflorida in and for
n A P= COI I NTV
3RI-RATC DIVISION
ROBATE NO 73-6"3l
frT'CE TO CREDITORS
ate i
|1> I RINDER
in .in:i:
lors nn.I All I'.- wuih H"'
or 11, niuudi iMcalnm Ran
hereby notified and reouln '
nuj rlu in- anil di "......
mni havi ..'--:''"-1 '' '
):, IXARD I IIIXDEH il '- -
[DER ,i..-.-:i-.-.1 late "I Dadi
hnridii. ii. the Clreull Judit"
riuntj-, :i".I ii'1 'he sum, In
mi.l .is provided hi Reetler
li.i-iilii siiiiui.--. i" 'heir ni
iln- County Courtliouw li
iiiik. FlorlJa. wiihiii
nn..iiilis from "he tlm'
K atinn I., rei.f. or the
Miami. I'lorlda. Uil '' ,l:'>
.AI". I73.
i;\- \ i:iviii:i:
DREY Si'HXEIDER
Ikilyx HAKRIS(X
IMA m W II \-i-/.r-i-:i:'i
A- Bxecutrloe*
IiIiM.m .. nf Uii- """'....."
| day ..f n.-lnl-i'. ^~'- ,,,.,,
H li.rn.A ''n- I'sliil,-
I ,,[,- Road
I. I'lorlda Ml39
.1, :.,. 11 :-:-**
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DATT COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-25369
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARR'AOE
IX RE: THE MA RRIAOH IF
KAREN HAWKINS. Wife
iin.l
ii'i.vw ii li iiawkins. .ii:
TO: I iN A I nil HAWKINS. Jr.
Sli.-l in n- I'.-in I:..a.I
Camden, Maine
VOC ARE HRRRRY NOTIFIED
j -lint mi union for DiHimlutlnn of Mar-
I i-iiit. Ii.-is been Pled nKnlnel you and
l you are required In hi rve n eopy of
I yn||r \\ rill.-n il. f.-u---. If any, In il
, .hi DAVID I'.. STi-N'i:. iiiioinev fni
Petitioner wlMwe ii.I.Ii.ss is im N \V
Iil'iIi \..-iiii. Miami, Florida, and I
I file Hi, nrla-lnal w i l> Ihe elerk ol the
'ni...v.- Htyled ,-,.iiri ..ii or before Xo-'
, vemher :'.". 1973: otbernelei ;i .' -
fault will be entered attains! you for,
I the relief (leraundeil in the im.l.-iini ,
, ,,r letlllon
This notice siii.ll )>.- iiuKlisli.il onre
.-.'i.-li \\.-.-!< f..r ii.ur ivms.-.-uiM-. weeka I
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAX
WITXRSS in. hand and Ihe seal of
Kald eouri :.i Miami, Florida on thi*
iv day ..i i,-i..l.. r. 1973
R, P. HRIXKER
A- i 'jerk. 'in uii "ourl
Daile County. Florida
lij : A. I. RIV \s
As Ii.-i.in> Clerk
(Clreull Court Senll
li.WIH E STiiXE, ESQ.
STiiNi: ft S'lSTCIIIN. I' A.
ml X.W 12th Avenue
Miami Florida 3312*
All.nu. v for Petitioner
In 26 I I 2-9-I'
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-25584
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: THE MARRIAtSK OK
ItCIIKX SANTANA. HusIimihI
MIXI
IEATRIJS SANTANA. Wife
in: IIEATRIZ BAXTAX \
Kexidenr, Addrea* I'nknown
VOI" ARE HEKEID MMlFIED
ha I im neUon ror Dlawdution ..I Mar-
|nKe hiin been filed uiralnHl you ami
I you an required to hi rve R ii> ;
r written defenaea. if any. i" II
AI IIEI5T I.. CARRIt'ARTE. Bt-
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACT'ON NO. 73-25430
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAOE IK
Rll HARD S'ORMA.N M'HMiAN
llllsl.iinil.
and
I 1X1 >A 1.1 il'ISI-: Ml IROA.X,
Wife.
TO RICHARD NORM AX MORfSAX
. ,. Ronnie Mnraan Kllewer
10332 X.E MorrlH
Portland, ireiton
VOC ARE HEREIIY XOTIFIED
thai an ucllnn for Dbwolutlon nf Mar-
riakTe haw been t'il.-il apalnal you and
\.-u ii-. required to nerve n ,-"n\ of
your rill, n del. I -. ii nn-. In il
..n RAXTEII & FRIEDMAN, attornej
for Petitioner, whom addreHH is is;-,
X.E. I3nl Street, North Miami
lleaeh. Florldn 33l2 and file the
.-I liciniil u ill. ii .- .1. rk .! iln- ni.. v
Htyled ...mi ...-I ..I before Xovember
:.., 1973; othi-rwlai n defnull "ill l-
entered ail il hi you for Ihe i.-li-i
demanded m the nmiunlnl or netltinn.
This ni.li,-.- si.nil In- iiul.'ishi-.l <>;.....
-n<-li week for four i-"ns-i--mix < weekn
in THE JEW isil l-'i iiltllHAN
WITXESS mj hand nnd the s,.:,i
,.r Hiiid courl nl Miami, Florida .-"
thin Iv day of IVtuber, 1973,
RICHARD P. HRIXKER
As i 'jerk, i ii. uii ('ourl
Dude i 'ouiitj Floridu
lly A. J. RIVAS
As Deput) Clerk
uii. nil i 'ourl Seal)
BAXTER ft KKIKDMAX
Is?.". X.E. HSSrd Sir.-, i
Xorlh Miami Reaeh, Florida 33162
By: MARJORIK I-'. i:iii:i:ins
Attorney for Petitioner
in :.; ii l'-:i-h;
LEGAL NOTICE
IN TiJC CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
fcLFV'ENTH JUC-'C'A'. CITUIT
Or FLORIOA IN AND FOR
DA-IF COUNTY
PROBATE OIV'SION
PROBATE NO 73-65S3
"------" "1 CREDITORS
In RE: Eatate of
i K( IX Ri iSEXHERI:
.....I
Tn All Creditor* and All Peraonn lln-.
in* I'lninis or DemandH Aicalnal Said
Y i.i nr,s,-ni any elalmn nnd demand*
which .Mm may have aa-alnal the .--
late < I RON ROSEXRERO deeeavetl
late nf Dade County. Florida, i" the
i 't. uil Juda.....r l >ade l 'ounl s anil
fl!<- ihf name in duidleule and :i-
III ni i.In,I in s.-.-i .'.ii ;:::: Ill, Fin
Klalutex in ili.ir nffleen In Ihe I'-nn
Il i 'ourthouae in Dade County. F ni -
within i'"iii- -ill. mini iii -tills from
i!. i Imi of iln- first i ii1-;-.- ii..... hen
nf, or ihe snin. will In baneil
Filed al Miami. Florida, Ihih 2.1
day "i I 'i-i. I-. i \ 11 liii'l
.i ARTHCII Rl ISK
as Kxeeutoi
Fli publli'ii t ion of in- mil......
las ol i) toll, r, 19" I
I -|-il i. lllimm I.' q,
ey fnr i'. -.-ii1 n
'. Wi i Flaifli S
Miami. K li :l:;.
is 11 -'2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-3920
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate ->f
DANIEL HINTEH
dei eased.
Tn All Creditor* and All Person* Hav-
ing i'ninis or Demand* Au.iins; Said
Eatate:
Y to |ir,-M-nl any claims' ami demand*,
which you may have aftaintil Ihe ,-s-
iai. ,,i DANIEL HUNTER .1.....*ed
late of I m.I. County, Florida, i" thi
:'ir.-uii Juditr* of Dade County, and
' file lh.- sain, in dupllcati and a-
I provided In Section TM.1i!, Florida
. ttututca, Iii theii ..ni.-.-- in ili.- Cnun-
> Courthouxe in Dude County, Flor-
ida, w i i li in four calendur month* fr.im
iln- time of ili. firm publientlon here-
..I", or ill. name will be Kan-..I
Filed al Miami. Florida, iliis 12th
.ill) ..I I I.-1..I.I-I-. AH. 1973.
BERNARD HI'XTRIt
As AdmlnlHlrutor
i'lral publication nl 11.is- notice on
ili,- 2B "lav ..I i, l,,l..-i. 1973
STANLEY M. PEED
PRED \- NEWMAN
\,l..rn.\ for Aillililllsliali.l-
vi I lade I-', deral Building
Miami. Florida 33131 -- "7"-nSiiS
111 211 I I 'I
LEGAL r'0T;fr
IN THi= C'RCf-
ELEVENTH'
n -
-
V..... -
iil le
NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY OF
FOUNDATION ANNUAL REPORT
The Annual Report <' the HARRY
I'.UOHIK FiifNHATI" i.N' IXC. I*
iMiilalde al 333 S\ .-.-i Avenue, Miami
. b'lurulu, fur Inatpectinii durina
ri'KUlur l.u.-iii.-ss hour* by itny cltlxen
uii,. requeet* n within I*' day* ol
the date of thi* X-.ti.->- The princi-
pal IIIIIIMlIrl "i III.- I". ll'l.l.l I il.ll I
ll.n-.-i II Rrodie
DATE11 Uii- 13th day "I i ictnber
HARRY RRor.'lE
K"-IN HATH iN. INC
Auili.-i laed Rj : Harr.i II Rrodie
Founilnti.'u Manager
In .'.; :::
rni |RT of Tu =
-"-.'Ai CIRCUIT
nr>E roi'NTV nr".in.
GENERAL JURiroirT'rtN DIV'SI^N
K, --> -^-. i
NOTICE BY PUB'.ICATION
IV"!' .- I
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u -
.....
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Illlsl... i
yi ir i 'i.;. -'i in .' : i' r< '
il. an reqol. I vnqi
... i,. in, f,- )- 'ir
f mil'.......... w"l I'll rl nf -I>
,;,.,, nrl :..,.! ,..,-.\ thi ri -
, ,|. i, ..' i!. -i
'hen i-
Vllam'. I-'1 irldn
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INTMC''i''i, T OF THE*
ELEVENTH li" i'i*1 CIRCUIT
|M ANT. r^H
DADE (IflUNTV PiORlr-.-
GENERAL JURIS"! ^xiqn DIVISION
N- 73-~ -'
NOTICE BY P"B; ICATION
'N l:i: Til limn .
1.1 TAYI.I lit.
., nl
IAAIES m '1.1.1' T I'M Hit,
II.i-i.
VI .1 A HES I!. .1 i V T \ VI OR.
il. ii ..... rei - mi ..... lie!iilin for
im with 11
. 'let l, "i iii. i bm nrl and hi ..
eopj ili. i. in, it's ai :--
ney. Herman t 'ohei I',, i n n |
' 'oiikti s- Itlihj Miami l"..i Idi ... ..r
before N..V, ni',. i- fi, |!>73i ,,i- ;., |.,-,.
linn m ill I.. .
Dated lei I, 1973
Richard P. Drinker
Clerk, Clreull Courl
R) C P i', IPEI AND
i'.mii.i Clerk
In ".-1 _--': ..:
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JLIDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FC.R
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISD'CTION DIVISION
No. 73.r>743
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In I!.: The Mali-...... Of
Bl us Tiin is n .nl Hu*bund
ind I'i ISK ''" I El I 'SMI iXD, Wife
TO RHSK THEI I'SMHND
Rui Caleltarfl
Xn i" Pot i au Prim ,.
Haiti
VOI' ARE HEREBY notified Hint a
Pel 11 Inn for 1 > i s s.. I u 1' 11 "I MaiTi.i---
|i is In i-1 you an.I >"U
are ln-r.-l\ r.-,iu.....1 In aerve n cony
,,f you'' aiiHwi'r iliur pleudlnR
. ili.- PelII Mi.-I.an.is attor-
ney. LESTER RtMlERS whow nd-
iin-s In I4SK > vv I" Kvenue, Miami,
Fli.rldu I rile lh ori(i
m i-|, Ihe I'lei il" -. Myb ,1
i*ourt, on or i.-.i-i- il day of \oi .
I! 7.:. or a Defaull will be end I .1
Ml-I \'-U
1 DAT1 11 i ilai nf i i.i 1973.
Rll HARD P BRINK Ell
l "I- i-i. .-I' i h, i 'i'-.-nii l ,,.iirt
HY II. .1 FOY IM'
I" ..-12-19-21
I', ,n
lb.
,,m.
>"U
nrney fnr Petltbiner, whow
,,, 7nii| B.W, Mai Avenue,
,'lnrldu 33143, and flb th
rtltll the clerk "f the
-.in 1 ......' bi 1. N
ntherxi is,- a defaull
. 1 _;. 1 i 11 -1 you f.
iii, comolalnt
Tins 11.-il
a.l.li
Miami.
orig.....i
-iv ,.|
III 1973;
entered
abov
mber
Mill In-
relief demand. .1
petition.
Miall I..- puldlehed
111.
ll
h week for r,.u. 'onwcutlve week*
., THE JEW ISII Fl HRIDIAN.
WITNESS no hand and the -
,| sa......Uil HI Miaim. Florida
his 19 da] nf October. I'.'3
Kli MAIM. P. BRINKER
a- ri. rl 1 'Ircull Court
|i,ii|i 1 1.iinn. Floridu
By A. I RIVAS
.\- 11, ,.u > 1 ierfc
K'ln un Courl Seal!
VI BERT I CARRICARTE, l.s>-
; .| s \\ i.i-l .',% nil.
iliaml. Florida I
Attorney for l-elll......-r^ ,, .. _.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N'.iTI. i: IS HEREBY GIVEN llml
he un.UiN.lm..... rt'-'r1"'' "' "^'^ ",'
,.,,,,-s unilei lh. li.-......ua m...... "'
U RENT.M AiiKN.'V ., null
idtarv of American iiivHtm*ut
^ ;'.. Inc. al il'T N'orlhweal fUi
sireet. Miami. Florida. SI1S5 Intend*
',,-.. s,,-,- sa-,! name with the < lerk
,V I,,)-,-n-.-uii <""-. ol Dade County,
n":i\:iiri:l.'AN INVKSTMKXTS
HERVICEM. IXC
Rv' 1; M SiMU KITRRR. Pri-Hl.l.-iil
SHI51 DON !' PAJ LEY
',.......,.> ..... American mveatmwra
B.rvic-4-, in.-. tmp*m M -
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-25402
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
The imirrlaire of
KEl.SHI T. SMITH, liusl.ainl.
lAi'i.i! KI.YN SMITH lfi-
'I'i 1: Is Kl Si 1 T SMITH
i- liulUKtrial Marble Company
1.1! ".t .li Humble Road
Humble, Tesaa, 7T:::'a
ViH ARE HEREBY XOTIFIED
il,.11 an action for lilaaoiutlon nf Mai
rlaKe ha* been flletl inralnal you nnd
you nn 1*. iiuir.-il i" nerve a copy of
your written defenaea, ii any, lo ii
..n ARTHI I! II. i.ll'SON". i-:si.'. ni
Lome) tor Petltlonar, whoae addref
is IsiHii Ho, ii, .-an Drive, Hallandale,
Florldn 331109, and file the oiiRlnal
\, uii Un l.i-L i,i the above Hlyleil
court "i. ..1 liefore Novembei S8 1973:
ntherwlai' B default will be entered
iiiminal you for the r. li. 1 demanded
IN THw CIRCUi" COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6105
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
, In RE: Ealnte "f
I JEAN CREED ALLEN,
del-ended.
Tn All Creditor* and All Peraon* Hav-
ing i in 1111 .-I Demand* Atainsi Sal.I
1: ii.-:
Vou are hereby notified and required ney, 1 ksti:i:
IN THE CIKCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
No 73-23598
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Miirriaee 1 if
I'Al I. F. MI'RPHY, llu-l.an.l
nnd M W.\ V, MI'RPH V. U il.-
TO: MARY V. MI'Rl'HY
|N W.-Sl STlth SII-.-.I
N. \. York City. New York lonin
VOC aim: HERERY iii titled thai a
. Petition for Di**olu!lon "f Marrluue
1 has been tiled amlnel you and you
ure l.en'by required i.. nerve a copy
Iol v..in ..iisuiT .,i other pleadlnc to
lilii- Petition "a ih. Huabarnd'* attor-
Ri.i:i:i:s. whn*e ad-
1,, preaenl any claim* nnd demand* | dre** is 1434 N" w
which you mav have nicnliial the ex-, Florldn ::::i"".. nnd
lute nf JEAX CREED AII.KN. de-1 with the Clerk of
.-..-im-.I late nf Dade County. Florida. ( C in 1 ......r before
I., the in. un Judffe* "f Dade County. v 111I..1-, 1971.
mi.1 nl. H name In duplicate and a*
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Sialuirs. in lli.il- 1.Hi. 1 s in 111. 1 '.lii.
li (',.1111I1..us.- ill I lade County. KI..I-
i.la wiihin tour calendar month*
from thi lime of the flral publica-
tion hereof, or the name will he barred.
Filed ai Miaim. Florida. Uii* 18 day
i.i 1 ii tober, AM. 1973.
Tin hi VS Iv ALLEN
Executor "I il I latate "f
JEAN CREED ALLEN
Flral publii utlon of thi* 1 ol lei on
ii,, ,1.,\ ,; 1 ictoher. 1973.
IslK'i' \\ I'.li I Si II
An..in.> fnr Ealuti nl
JEAN CREED Al.l EN. Dec
i.:l Almeriti Avenui Bulte i'""-l-.
1 -, rn 1 ial.i. I'l.n i'la 33134
Id 2 11 2
7 '. s .-nil. Miami.
file the oriclnal
Hi. above ntyleil
iln 7 da) <-i Xn.
Defaull Mill ba
Hi. 11.mi.lain: ,.i- petition,
1 Thi* notice shall l- publUbeil nnei
1 i.-h mi-.-k for four ..iiH.-.-uliv.
I iii THE JEWISH I'I OltlDIAX.
wiini-iss mi hand and Ihe aenl
I ..f sail 11. in 1 ai Miami, Florida on
iln.- Is da) .in, tuber, l!'7::.
RICHARD I' Bill N KER
As 1 'lerk, < 'in mi lourl
1 ia,i, 1 ount). Florida
I!) 1 sn'i:i-'ih-:n
As Di puty Clerk
(Circuit Courl Seal)
Arthui H. I ii.s.'n. Raq,
I9.su s... 1'. an Drive
Hallandale, Florida 13009
A111.111. y for Petitioner Wife
:.|.-.-:.:.ii.
"1 11 '2-9-l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-5683
GEORGE E SCHULZ
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Eatule "f
isii.i h: zim MERMAN
i*ed. .,
To All <' dltor* ni"! All Peraon* Hai
Inn 1 inimi or l > mandi Aicalnal Balil
l nu n. hi 1. bj ii..iifi.-.l nnd reuulri .1
anv claim* and demnnd*
iralnnl lln
,1,
!.....la,
NOTICE I'.Ji'l FICITIGUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HERERY rilVhlN Ihui
ihe underaiened. deelrlna i" enuat<
,n 1.11-in, II- de 'till flCl il i"Us 1.am.
if \tin iNST'i:ani-k SERVICE
,.i FLORIDA Rl 1S 1- -''** sue. 1.
1,. ,1, .1 inti 11.is i" i-.-Lfi.-i. i- si.-.i
nani- with Hie Clerk of Hie ClrcUll
Courl '! I' '' """ I-'."i'la. : ,
.MAIiT.V HAN""*
10.'S"12--t!tS
tn preaenl
which you mnj have nimlnat Hi. en-
mi, "f IS1DOR ZIMMERMAN
.......1 late of Hail. Couiity,
to the Clreull -li......* ": Dade ounD.
nnd HI.- lb.- sam.- In dunlleate nno 111
nnivided In Section 733 18. Florbbi
Siaiul.-s, in Ui.ii' nffi.-. s In the < ''""-
u Coui'tlmUHc in I'a.I. County, Flor-
i,i:, within four calendar month*
from the lime of the ftral puWIi
lien of, or iln sain.- m ill be barren
Fib .1 ai Minmi, Florida, Uil* 1. dn>
,,i in-tidier. \ I 1973
MAROARET ZIMMERMAN
A- Executri*
l-'iisi i.ui.ii.aii'iu "I i>"s notice on
th, : ,1 > nf October, WK,
MORTIMER t. iilH-N
Atl..rnev 1'W K\'.cutri\
14 X.E i Av. muimt. 1)|1 entered ;tKuin> 1 > .-u
HATED tins 28 day of September,
1973.
lMi'H \i:H P, RRINKRR
1 li ii, "i the 'ircull 1 '"urt
Bl 1 P 11,III AND. D.C.
10 S_-12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-5119
FRANK B DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Ksi..i.. of
tJERTRI'DK M MAIUinN
il. <-. as.-il.
; To All Creditor* nnd All Person* llnv-
Iiir Claim* .a Demand* Anainal K Id
|.;*tnte:
Vou ai-.. hereby notified .....I renulred
1., nr.s.i.i an.i clalfu* nnd -i manda
which ynu ni.i> li.n.- arulnal Hi. aa-
lati.....lei 11 ni" M. Maddox deccaa-
,.,l late of Dade County, Florldn U>
1 the Clreull Juitare* of Had.- County,
land file thi aami in dutdii'iile nnd an
linn lib -I in Si ctlon 733 16, Florid -
Siaiiii.--. In their ofl lei In Ihe 'oun-
, 1 .ni thouae In I Nidi County. Flor-
ida v. I1I1I11 im.....li lai 11 I from
in, time ,'f tin- flral publication here-
of ..1 the aam w ill la ban 1.1
Filed al Miami. Florida, thi* IS
rim ni 1 Ictnbi 1. \ I' 1973
Warren M Maddux
A- Executor
Flral publication of thi* notlci mi
ih, ::; duj "f ii-i"l.. 1-. I!1?::
i.r,: vi siin.in, l-:sn.
M\. is. Kaplan, Port! el al
Attorni > for Rxeoutor
1 i.-s i'.i i.-l,,-ll Avenue
10 88 II J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N'nTli l". is HEREBY r.iVKN Unit
ih,- uiuVralBiled, rtei-lrtn to iiRaKe
n l.usin.-Hs under the fkMUIoua num.
COI.OKPAK VAINTIM'. .11 SSI
w.si or. Drive, HluAeuh. Eta. 334U2 \n-
1.mis I.. r.-u'*i. T "-ii'1 ni ni- nb H'"
i'|. rk 1.1 the I'.r.-uil IVuil Of Hade
County. Florida, .
1 Daniel Onnralex
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