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

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Meir Warns Against Arab Victory by Political Means
JERUSALEM (JTA) Pre
mier Golda Meir said Sunday that
her government's decision not to
take preemptive action against
Egypt and Syria before Oct. 6 and
thereby absorbing the shock of
their first attack was a calculated
mk and that it remained to b
seen if it was worthwhile.
Speaking on the CBS-TV pro-
gram "Face the Nation," broad-
cast via satellite from Israel. Mrs.
Meir was asked if she would take
the risk again. "If this is taken
into consideration in all arrange-
ments that have to be made, we
will say, well, we paid for it," the
Premier replied.
"We suffered for it but in the
end it balances well. But if we
are treated as though we started
the war and as though we are
responsible, then I don't know
what," she added.
ASKED ABOUT arms supplies
from the U.S. in the past and fu-
ture, Mrs. Meir agreed that Is-
rael was becoming more self-
sufficient but indicated that il
had a long way to go and would
still "ask our friends to sell aj
even more in the future." She
prefeiTed to speak of "friend-
Continued on Page U-A
T 'Oewish Floridlian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THi JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 46 Number 44
Miami, Florida Friday, November 2, 1973
Two. Sections Pric? 25 cents
Israel, Egypt in Face to Face Meeting
TEL AVTV(JTA)A meet-
ing of historic significance for
the Middle East took place short-
ly after midnight Sunday in an
improvised shed near the 101
kilometer marker on the Suez-
Cairo road, an area held by Is-
raeli forces on the west bank of
the Suez Canal.
For the iirst time since the
Sinai war of 1956, senior Israeli
and Egyptian officers met face
to faee to discuss a truce. They
agreed to meet again but no time
was set.
THE MEETING between Is-
raeli and Egyptian officers was
the first outcome of the UN
Security Council's decision to months. The implications of this
send a 7,000-member internation-
al peace-keeping force to the
Middle East under its auspices.
The UN authorized $30 million
for the force for the first six
first formal contact in 17 years
were submerged in the laconic
phrases of the official communi-
que.
Continued on Page 2A
PROPHETIC RESURRECTION IGNORED
Christian Minister
Speaks His Mind
By REV. CLAUDE DUVERNOY
Jerusalem Post
JERUSALEM If Israel, in order to prevent what happened
on Yom Kippur, had opened fire first, the Christian press would
have been full of sarcastic comments about this shocking lack of
respect for such a holy day. If Israel, in order to protect her
very existence, had once opened fire, on a Moslem holy day, this
same press would have exploded with shocked comments and
protests.
1 am not exaggerating: Let us only remember June, 1967,
vhen one or two shells hit the St. Anne Catholic Church in the
Old City, near the Lions' Gate. A wave of protest rose from the
Catholic world.
AND AS far as the Protestants are concerned, one need only
remember the shocking reaction of the Lutheran Federation, de-
manding the immediate departure of the "occupying Israeli
forces" from Lutheran ground op Mt. Scopus. Yet the Lutheran
Federation never protested when Jordanian King Hussein's oc-
cupying forces started to transform the Augusta Victoria Hos-
pital into an army base weeks before the June, 1967 war.
But when the Jewish people is murderously attacked on
Continue* on Page 6 A
BITTERNESS AND NERVOUS UNCERTAINTY
But Fear Growing Of
U.S. Sell Out to Reds
ROBERT ST. JOHN
allied betrayals
By ROBERT ST. JOHN
Special to The Jewish Floridian
TEL AVIV, Israel As an un-
easy state of armed belligerency
settles down over the Middle
East, Israel is gripped by an un-
derstandable bitterness and a
DECISIVE VICTORY SNATCHED AWAY
Allon Offers Fullback
To Pre-Oct. 6 Lines
JERUSALEM (JTA) Dep-
uty Premier Yigal Allon proposed
Sunday night that both Israel and
Egypt pull back to the positions
they held on the Suez Canal be-
fore war broke out Oct. 6 as a
first step to peace talks.
He also expressed the opinion
that the chances for a permanent
peace settlement were better now
What
vTroop
if Nixon Didn 9t Put
s on Emergency Alert
By JOSEPH ALSOP
Los Angeles Times Syndicate
WASHINGTON "If Nixon
hadn't put part of SAC in the
air and ordered the rest of the
U.S. military alert, you would
have seen Soviet airborne divi-
sions in the air, en route to
Egypt and maybe Sinai, before
noon "iat same day."
This cheery summary by one
of the wiser men of the govern-
ment ought to suggest that we
have not properly appreciated
the extreme gravity of last week's
Mideastern crisis.
THE MORE that is learned of
the background, the more the
same lesson emerges. The first
part of the lesson concerns the
Soviets' real aim in sponsoring
the Arab attack on Israel at such
vast cost.
Continued on Page 3 A
than at any time since 1948.
(President Nixon offered the
same assessment at his press con-
ference Friday night.)
HE CONCEDED that the cease-
fire had robbed Israel of a more
decisive victory over Egypt but
defended it, saying that had the
ceasefire "really endangered Is-
rael's position, the U.S. would
never have asked us to accept
it."
On the whole, he said Israel
had improved its positions and
was better placed strategically
on both fronts than before the
war.
Allon said that the direct
meeting between Israeli and
Egyptian officers might just mark
the beginning of more compre-
hensive direct negotiations.
"I believe negotiations have a
dynamic of their own and these
may lead to others," he said. He
gave no indication of any Amer-
ican pressure behind them. He
said both Israel and the Arab
states had vital lessons to learn
from the war.
ON THE Israeli side, Allon
said, it was necessary to discard
Continued on Page 12-A
Over Optimism: The Mistake
|lsrael's Finance Minister Pin-
ches Sapir this week urged
J.S. Jewry not to slacken their
leconomic efforts as the cease-
Ifire in the Middle East takes
[hold. The emergency, he
|said, continues. (See story,
Page 2-A)
By London Chronicle Syndicate
In this bitter war, one of the
main casualties in the initial
Israeli setback in the face of
massive Syrian and Egyptian on-
slaught has been accurate infor-
mation. There were too many
over-optimistic predictions by
official spokesmen and analysts
and too many over-optimistic
reports by mobilized newsmen
whose dispatches on the fight-
ing and their broad perspec-
tives of the outcome exceeded
what they could reliably have
known of the situation in the
specific area they were cover-
ing.
They referred almost non-
chalantly to the "imminent col-
lapse and "rout" of the Arabs
and used other similar terms,
when in reality the situation
Continued on Page 6-A
UNEF Troops .. 3-A
Help to Wounded ...6-A
British 'Neutrality' .. 8-A
Dealh on Golan 9-A
Detente With Russia ... 10 A
Likud Opposition .. 10-A
Accent on Mideast ... 12-A
Escape Foiled... 15-A
Supplies Roll ISA
onn Rapped ...IB
MM 1- ......."H
nervous uncertainty.
Here are some of the reasons:
She will never forget that
French Mirages, contrary to all
the assurances previously given,
were used on the Egyptian front,
causing both deaths and confu-
sion.
IN THE moment of crisis,
the British betrayed her again,
using tortured reasoning to ex-
plain their refusal to supply
snare parts for Centurion tanks,
already paid for.
Most other European coun-
Continued on Page 13-A
TALKS WITH NIXON
Golda
Here
By Special Report
Amid growing uneasiness
over the Middle East cease-
fire brought on by Egypt's
refusal to meet Israel's de-
mand for an immediate ex-
change of prisoner of war
information. Prime Minister
Golda Meir was due to leave
for Washington for "work
meetings" with President
Nixon.
Mrs. Meir's trip was an-
nounced against a backdrop
of growing Egyptian and
Arab demands for Israel im-
mediately to withdraw to the
ceasefire lines of Monday,
Oct. 22, or there would be
no exchange of prisoners.
Israel reportedly has some
7,000 Egyptian prisoners,
which she is willing to ex-
change for 400 Israeli prison-
ers held in Egypt.


Page 2-A
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Friday, November 2
Sapir Calls on U.S. Jewry To
Keep Funds Coming
Israel's Finance Minister Pin-
chas Sapir expressed fear this
week that a slackening" of the
tension! in the Middle But cease-
fire situation will bring a con-
ci mi it ant slackening in U.S. Jew-
ry's assistance to Israel during
her most critical hour.
In a speeial message to Amer-
ican Jewry, Sapir declared lhat
'this message is being sent to
you as we fervently hope that the
c asefire, accepted tor the Becond
time b) Egypt and finally by
Syria, will indeed be observed
and not violated.
"AT THIS hour, our hearts are
with the bereaved families who
have lost their dead ones. To the
many wounded wr wish a speedy
recovery, and we are all of us
profoundly indebted to Zahal for
its heroism and bravery.
"One of the greatest sources
of encouragement during these
grave days of crisis was the total
solidarity of diaspora Jewry withi
\
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f
i
Egypt and Israel
In Face-to-Face
Truce Pow-Wow
Continued from Page 1-A
It said that representatives of
the Israeli and Egyptian armies
met at 1:30 a.m. under the au<
pices of the United Nations ob-
servers and two subjects were
di cussed: questions of the cease-
fire lines and questions of trans-
fer of supplies to the encircled
Egyptian Third Army on the east
bank of the canal.
There was mine to it. of
course. It was learned that an Is-
raeli unit, acting on orders, pre-
pared the shed, atiangcd illumi-
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benches and laid out some tight
refreshments. A small eonvov ap-
proached the shed from the Egyp-
tian skie.
THE VEHICLES brought a
number of senior Egyptian offi
cers. headed by a Major General.
Then the Israeli cars an ived.
The Israel: officers were head-
ed by Maj. Gen. Aharon Yariv.
former intelligence chief who i-
acting assistant to the Chic! of
Staff. He was accompanied by
four other officers serving as his
aides.
The two croups saluted each
other, shook hands and sat down.
A UN obseiver attended the
meeting but did not serve as
chairman. The main subject of
the two hour talks was the ways '
and means of providing ndn-
RlilMary supplies to the encircled
Egyptian Third Aimy.
The Third Army has a large
number of wounded, about 2.000
men, who need hospital treat
inent, and the question of food
and B'Ater for the Third Army
was go urgent that Israel agreed
that a 100 truck convoy should t
pass through the Israeli lines.
our people in Israel in this war
which was thrust upon us.
"However, wr dare not think
for one moment that the cease-
fire in any way reduces the ten-
sion or possibly allows us to de-:
crease our preparedness and huge
expenditures.
"It is imperative that we main
tain a high level of mobilization
and be on guard every minute in
order to rehabilitate our arni'-r!
forces and to assure a permanent
position of strength, We heve al
ready expended indescribable
ums nf m"*!"^' u to thi> point.
"THE FIGURES of expendi-
tures so far submitted to us
and these are not final show
that the amount of excenditures
is tremendously higher than
those mentioned bv us during our
visit. Because of this we have t i
day appealed t:> many communi-
ties around the world to increase
their quotas substantially. Even
in the present situation of cease-
fire we shall have to spend enor-
mous amounts.
"OraWul as we arc to Presi
dent Nixon and the American
people for their offer of assist-
ance, we must state that even if
iiiis asM-tance will be forthcom-
ing and is received in its total'tv
it will be far from even partially
solving the problem.
"The State and the People of
I-rael will have to carry this bur
den. However. Israel, even in a
state of mobilization mu t make
every effort to normalize as much
as nos-'ble. absorb immigrants
r>'id at the same time continue to
di' e'on its economy in plain '
words to continue building the |
land.
"The peorle in Israel, in addi
tion to everything, have taken un
on themselves a tremendous fi
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n > choice hut to turn to our
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If Nixon Had Failed to Alert U.S. Forces
Continued from Page 1A
Suppose the Arab attack had
Mi.,,n<|(.,|. Thp Soviets would
then have had the glorious aura.
for all Arabs, of th" ulti^atn
revenge-givers. The Suez Canal
would aiso have been opened lor
them, permitting them to pour
powerful naval armaments into
tire Red Sea, the Indian Ocean
and the Persian Gulf.
This they can never reallv do,
so long as Vladivostok, half a
world away, is the ultimate sup-
ply source for the Soviet navy
in these areas.
WITH \|.|. this len,ase of
glory and especially of power,
the Soviets would have also ben
ii1 a wholly new position wil
historically anti-Communist "oil
Arabs" of the Arabian Peninsula
and the Persian Calf. Both areas
are in fact ideally suited to gun-
boat diplomacy.
And so the Soviets could fi-
nally have exerted iome soil of
control over the flow of the
damnable oil thai i- now the life
blood of Japan and the West.
The stakes in the gamble, then,
were remarkably hi'4h. The evi-
dence is rather clear, however,
that the Soviet government ap-
proached tins enormous gamble
with the shine division of eouhsel
that led to the long backing and
tilling before the brutal invasion
of Czechoslovakia.
In this case, the division seems
lo have been between the pru-
dent men and the risk-takers.
THUS, ONE must assume that
the risk takers were responsible
for the seven Soviet airborne di-
visions west of the Ural- enl .
ing the first stage of alert. This
UNEF Troop Strength Growing
UNITED NATION'S fJTA)
Secretary General Kurt Wald-
heim ii trying to bring the
United Nations Emergency
Force (UNEF in the Middle East
up to its full strength of 7.000
men authorized by the Security
Council's resolution last Thurs-
day. But he has a long way to
go, according to a progress re-
port issued here.
So far contingents supplied by
Austria, Finland and Sweden
have arrived in Cairo, and some
of them have already been de-
ployed in the ceasefire zones
along the Suez Canal. But they
are considerably below strength
according to the progress report
which was dated Oct. 28.
WALDIlEIM HAS requested
the three governments "to take
urgent measures to bring their;
contingents up to the strength of
an effective battalion." the re- j
port said. According to a UN
spokesman, an effective battalion :
consists of 750 to 800 men. So
far Austria has contributed 166-
Finland, 215, and Sweden, 204
to the UNEF.
The Secretary General, mean-
while,- isJn touch with the gov-
ernment "of Ireland with a view
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gent presently serving with the
UN in Cyprus to the Middle East,
the report disclosed. The Irish
contingent reportedly numbers
144 men. Waidheim is also in
touch with the Canadian govern-
ment to contribute to the UNEF
but Egypt is reportedly opposed
to the participation of a Canadian
force.
The Security Council resolution
establishing the UNEF stipulated
that it could be composed of the
forces of all UN member states
except the five permanent mem-
bers of the Security Council.
BUT A UN spokesman said
here that there were three addi-
tional criteria that have to be
met by contributing states. Ho
said these were equitable geo-
graphic distribution; acceptance
by the parties involved; and the
capability of the contingents.
While some sources at the UN
predicted that the world body
would be hard pressed financially
to maintain the UNEF after the
Security Council authorized $30
million for the force for the first
six months, the Soviet Union indi-
cated that it would contribute to-
ward financing the UNEF.
was at the very beginning ol the
war, when the Arabs were doing
extremely well.
It looked as though the Arabs
were also going to ^:et some im-
portant Soviet help. And, as re-
vealed in this space at that time.
an ultrastern message therefore
went from President Nixon to
General Secretary Leonid Brezh-
nev.
After this message, since the
Arabs were stiil doing well, the
prudent men in the Kremlin no
doubt insisted on leaving well
enough alone.
Then, however, the Arabs ^"-
gan to do very badly. And the
prudent men there insisted on
Secretary of State Henry A. Sis
singer being called to Moscow
for the meeting that produced
the UN resolution on a ceasefire
in place.
EVEN FOLLOWING that meet
ins. however, the Egyptian situa-
tion deteriorated rapidly. Prob-
ably the Egyptians also balked
violently at the Brezhnev Kis
singer agreement on the need for
face-to-face Arab-Israeli negotia-
tions so long refused by the
Arabs. Hence, the Kremlin's risk-
takers reasserted themselves.
Pretty certainly, the risk-taken
only won the day on the argu-
ment, "Well, let's see how the
Americans react: if worst comes
to worst, we can always pull
back." Lenin's dictum about prob-
ing for sofl spots with bayonets
is relevant here.
V any rate, three of the seven
airborne divisions went to the
highest stage of alert, with troops
waiting on the airfield to take
off with their ftrrrrt. The big
transports were also coming in
t 1 collect them.
SIMULTANEOUSLY. Leonid
Brezhnev sent his chilling note
to the President announcing that
the Soviets were Bending their
own forces to the .Mideast to po-
lice the ceasefire ordered by the
UN.
In delivering the note to -
retary Kissinger late last Wednes-
day (Oct. 24). Ambassador Ana-
toly Dobrynin was far from be
ing his familiar, oily, smiling
self. In short, the President and
Secretary Kissinger had a cruel
decision to make.
Sen. J. William Fulbright
11i"iii.-Ark ) now says that the
whole thing was a false alarm,
no doubt after consulting one of
his favorite counselors, Ambassa-
dor Dobrynin. Less optimistic per-
sons will agree, however, that if
the Soviet bayonet probe had met
nothing but mush in President
Nixon, the airborne divisions
would indeed have taken off last
Thursday, (Oct. 25).
And one supposes that even
Sen. Fulbright would not argue
that Soviet airborne divisions in
Egypt and th" Sinai desert would
then have limited themselves to
"peace-keeping."
What Simon Sez ... Is
Not What Simon Does ...
(1) Why did Simon vote AGAINST a bond issue to light our TENNIS courts?
(2) Why did Simon on August 1, 1973 vote AGAINST continuing our new Miami Beach
MARINA Plans.
(3) Why did Simon on September 5, 1973 vote AGAINST a BUILDING MORATORIUM from
the Ocean to the Bay on Miami Beach.
(4) Why did Simon on August 1, 1973 vote AGAINST the city acquiring undeveloped land
while it is still zoned residential (from 79th Street to 87th Terrace) before it fell into the
hands of Hi-Rise speculators and developers.
(5) Why did Simon vote AGAINST a strong financial disclosure resolution on June 29, 1973.
(6) Why did Simon vote AGAINST the bond issue for a new North Shore LIBRARY.
(7) Why did Simon continually move to halt any further plans for the new YOUTH CENTER.
(8) Why did Simon vote AGAINST our city moving ahead on the BEACH RESTORATION
program with the Army Corps of Engineers.
(9) Why did Simon on March 21, 1973 vote AGAINST proceeding with the THEATRE OF PER-
FORMING ARTS on Miami Beach.
(10) Why did Simon vote AGAINST requiring landlords to install emergency telephones in
all elevators following a recent power failure.
(11) Why did Simon on April 1 1, April 18, June 29, July 18, August 1, 1973 insist on giving
away $207,000 of your tax money to the land developer who had already signed a binding
contract with the Federal Government.
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To the Victor: Punishment
Noted author Robert St. John would be angry with us
if we called him a Christian with a conscience. It is not
that he is not a Christian he is. It is not that he doesn't
have a conscience he does.
But the Page One report he filed from Israel this week
says more than that about St. John.
He is an angry man. He is angry that the world
seems morally sluggish when Israel's survival is at ques-
tion and that it can express such moral conviction when
Arab "honor" is at stake.
St. John's report speaks for itself. It is at the core of
Soviet manipulation of international opinion in the name
of ceasefire.
It is the very heart of the matter behind the fate of
Egypt's Third Army, a military situation elevated to politi-
cal resolution in the name of "humanity," when what is
really at issue is the Soviet's aim to minimize the implica-
tions of the Israeli victory and the Arab defeat.
Behind St. John's report is the nagging speculation
about the fate of that army were the military tables turned
were it an Israeli army not Egypt's.
St. John's report raises all of these questions and
more. It speaks eloquently of a victorious people who
returned from the brink of defeat and who, even now, are
being forced to accept the probability that for Arab aggres-
sion and successful Israeli repulsion of the aggression,
Israel must be punished.
So What's Yom Kippur?
Also on Page One of this week's edition of The Jew-
ish Floridian, the Rev. Claude Duvernoy, of Jerusalem,
wonders about Christianity's silence in the face of the
Arab attack on Yom Kippur.
We recommend Rev. Duvernoy's observation to our
readers' attention.
Remember the arsonous attack on Al Aqsa in Jeru-
salem one of the most holy mosques in the Moslem world?
The culprit was a demented Australian brought to prompt
trial by the Israel government, which promptly set about
restoring the mosque.
Still, the cry was that the Australian was a front for
"Jewish aggression" against the holy places of Christian
and Moslem Jerusalem.
Rev. Duvemoy lists others St. Anne's Catholic
Church in the Old City, near the Lions' Gate, which was
hit by shells in the June, 1967 war and which aroused a
storm of world protest.
The angry Lutheran reaction to Israel's reoccupation
of Mt. Scopus fit was the site of the old Hebrew Univer-
sity campus), although the Lutherans never so much as
muttered a word of protest when the Jordanians were
there.
.. The examples of this one-sided Christian view of Israel
in particular and Jews in general are legion. They explain
the equally one-sided Christian silence.
No they don't really explain anything.
Rev. Duvernoy's report merely catalogues it. The ef-
fect is horrifying enough: So what's Yom Kippur?
Nixon Backs Down
President Nixon this week backed down from a strug-
gle with Congressional leaders over Most Favored Nation
status for the Soviet Union.
Plagued by the crisis of authority brought on by Water-
gate, the President did not want to extend the crisis into
the arena of foreign affairs.
This was a most expedient step for Mr. Nixon to take,
particularly as the mood of Congress toward the adminis-
tration's detente with the Soviets was made eminently
clear to him.
But the expediency suggests no conviction. And some-
one, somewhere in Washington must finally let it be known
that the American people are getting tired of mollycoddling
the Russians. Bravo to the Congress.
pROM THE moment the first
Arab gun fired in their Yom
Kippur war, for a variety of
complex reasons the word was
out among the gentlemen of the
press: Israel is the black hat.
Imagine their rhetoric if there
had been an attack on the Unite,1
States on Christmas Eve or
Easter Sunday. But the gentle-
men could see no parallel. They
had used up all of their kind
words for Jews in the 1967 war.
That war had strained their
Mindlin
r
Msjam .
Christian sentiments almost be-
yond bearing. Now. it mu-'
be downhill, with the Arabs
ting the palm.
And so, each Israeli rei
was reported lovingly. St
columns and editorials wen
ten in secret delight about
death of the myth of Israeli
vincibility.
IMAGINE THE thrill:
Egyptians had finally regain
their "honor" in a coordinat
sneak attack by fistsful of theii
Arab allies against a token nn:ri-
ber of Israeli troops on j
at the frontiers on the n
sacred day of the Jewish cal-
endar.
Then, when the tide of evi
began moving against the A
the gentlemen of the press
not help themselves. They
tinued to do their writing as f
nothing had changed on ihe
battlefield.
nn lovingly, they coir- 1
the staggering number .i
!. i h (lead and loss in mat* '
And they spoke of a new pi
in the Middle Va -
profile of Arab coui l
might, as if the latest
Israt l: defeat of Egypt and
hadn't reall) taken place
before their typewriters.
IN THE end. thea-
tric Israeli victories
made little or no referenci i
brilliance or daring, of the S i
campaign that snapped the
of Russian technology manni
Egyptian fodder for the si I
time in six years, and proji 1
the ceasefire as a standoff be-
tween equivalent adversaries
At all costs, they must 8
the "honor" of the Arabs, who
must not be permitted to : 1
Continued on Page "A
COMMENT
A friendly reader has written
that he holds me personally
responsible for his present men-
tal condition because I failed to
provide him "with any warning
of the international and domestic
problems we are facing today."
While I might offer to challenge
thatcertainly with respect to
Richard Nixonif I have really
failed there is good reason.
On a pad I keep for thoughts
for this weekly column, I had
noted that "events are so mind-
boggling" as a possible theme.
Reading Saturday's Miami Herald
(I usually write on Sunday), I
came across this opener in Dick
Wests column: "The past fort-
night, says Rep. Otis G. Pike,
"was one of those devastating
times when the news came faster
than the mind could compre-
hend." Boggled by a bewildering
succession of momentous events,
the mind began groping for sonu
thing more commonplace like
vehicles from other planets."
HAVING YOUR ideas "stolen"
from you is one of the hazards
of weekly column-writing, which
is whyor why notI did not
attempt to prophesy the moment-
ous event of the past fortnight
or some other good reason.
There are some eternal verities
which have come to the fore in
recent days, and that is that ten-
sion between the religious and
the secular among Jews. And
while there is relaxation during
times of great crisissuch as now
it exists, nevertheless, and I
for one would not have it other-
wise.
There is an ongoing dialogue
among those who believe either
more strongly in the land Israel,
or in the people Israel, or in the
God Israel and that debate only
strengthens us in the long run,
as long as the balance of power
is maintained quite equally.
SOME OF last week's sermon
toi cs iHu.tiated this tension.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman made his
point that events connected with
the Yom Kippur war have reaf-
firmed the centrality of the syna-
gogue in Jewish liie. "for most
of the rallies to collect money for
Israel were held in the syna
gogue" and the leaders of the Is-
rael Emergency Fund and Bonds
come from the synagogue leader-
:hip. Thus, "When the story of
the Yom Kippur War is written."
he said, "the soldiers of the Is-
rael Defense Forces will share
some of the honors with the syna-
gogues of world Jewry "
And, in a similar but signifi-
cantly different approach. Rabbi
Meibert Baumgard makes it
rlain he believes the future of
that world Jewry "depends on
the survival of both land and re-
ligion ... it is also important
that we rally to a greater under-
standing of and practice of Juda-
ism as a dynamic and living
faith."
The question a top Federation
exec asked me (on one of the
many days I had delivered a sub-
stantial amount of money from
the synagogue) was: "Are you
glad now that we have a Federa-
tion?" Implying that I might not
have been glad before, as indi-
cated by several critical columns
I have written in the past, or
that without Federation the proc-
ess of raising money successful-
ly could, or would, not happen.
JUST THIS week. Reform con-
gregations received the annual
request from the American Jew-
ish Archives for financial help.
And in his letter, the noted his-
tory of the American Jewish ex-
perience, Dr. Jacob Marcus pro-
videdas he usually doesa lit-
tle story out of that American
IvHOWARD: COHEN
lii.-iory to make his point.
"Going back in New York his-
tory ... to the fiscal year 172930,
this Jewry, then the only kahal
in all of North America had a
budget of about SI.000. Today, in
1973, the total budget of the
organized American Jewish
munity amounts to about $
billion and it does n<
elude our Archives."
Really small stuff, the Amer-
ican Jewish Archives when put
up against the great need- 11
Israel and the total budgi
the organized American '
community.
BUT THIS requires tin
of narrow thinking which le
person a week ago. folio win
dramatization of Sholeni
chem stories by actor Neh<
Persoff, to remark: "Why
there a pitch for Israel?" As i.
the sadness and humor and
warmth of Sholem Alcichcm had
not heightened the Jewish con-
sciousness of many hunclre
that the Jewish Archives do net
provide Jewish life with a dimen-
sion that cannot be counted as
it it were money.
This Sunday morning, the Rab-
binical Advisory Council of the
United Jewish Appeal has re-
quested that a Yom Kippur Sher.i
be observed in every synagogue
and that the money to be saved
from fastingat least half-a-day
be given as an offering to t..e
Israel Emergency Fund.
No one can say we are not a
practical people, we Jews, for as
we pray to God. and we O
the sins of the human race
we mourn in our synagogues
we must be conscious of the n'
to raise money, for Israel, MJ
our institutions and agencies
Sometimes it does get mim-
boggling.


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How Copters Dealt with Wounded
By ARNOLD SHERMAN
i.iimi.hi Chronicle Syndicate
The small brown bundle in the
corner if the plane waa sobbing
silently but in earnest. How ugly
tliis war is. I thought to myself
in cause iiiis pretty young girl
v ho cannot be any older than li.
In sec what she has seen.
Meanwhile, the military am
liuiunecs reversed up to the door;
ill the military transport plain
in receive i heir cargo of seriousi>
wounded but uncomplaining sol
tliers evacuated from the fronl
hue onl) a short time before
The li! I in the brown militar>
iackct sitting in the corner with
i. ars streamin \ down her checks
had been married just a week
ago Somehow, anii.l all the con
fusion of war, she had found a
way of visiting her husband, who
was serving in the Air Force.
THEY HAD spent some hours
together, and now she was on
her way home, takiny with hei
bitter memories, her jacket stain
ed with the blood of the wounded
lifted Into the transport plane to
be flown to hospital.
When the annals of this war
are committed to print, the leg-
end of Israel's flying doctors will
be among the truly great tales to
he included among them.
Helicopters Of the Israeli Air
Force worked since Vom Kippur
evacuating wounded soldiers from
forv ard positions where, but foi
the (lying ambulances, soon
Over-Optimism Was
Big Israeli Error
Continued from Page IA
v as niui :i more difficult and
more stubborn, as the troops in
the field, who partly at least
were meant to be encouraged
by these reports, knew only too
well.
ABAB MORALE, in fact, was
much higher simply because the
situation was never as bad as
the over-optimistic Israeli ac-
counts indicated.
Never in Israel's military his-
tory has the maxim been so
amply proved that incorrect in-
formation is more damaging
than the real thing in assessing
the truth in a difficult situation.
Onl) w hen the position on the
eround b.'.aii to improve ap
preciabl) especially on the
northern front, was there a re-
turn to compact, low-keyed, bul
essentially accurate official
statements of il"- position. With
dedicated repoi t ts and photos.
i ii her-.. Israeli radio and tele-
vision d'd i marvelous job in
getting the new- t.. the people
at home.
But i'ii after do el
on the ground began to go
better, there was insuf!
control over the n > '
facts, such a- ..: > il
by ihe Arab forces at
times th 're wa n i coi
between official statement
ihe repoiIs it radio corresp it
cuts.
IT WAS a long road I ICK
however, before Israeli Army
spokesmen regained their '
in";- ninerb record of credibil-
ity at home and even among
the naturally suspicious corre-
spondents of the world press.
Only when that credibility'
was seriously jeopardised, was
such an imperative factor a?
the particularly drawn-out na-j
tun of their struggle admitted,
as other more direct elements
of the fighting had been ad-
mitted.
The task has hardly been
made easier by the influx of
several hundred newsmen from
all over the world, annum them
some of the world's top journal-
i-is. all of course clamoring t>>
get as close to the fighting a
possible.
Compromise attempts to af
lord them faciliti is without ham-
pering Israel's operations in Ihe
field bj arranging bus tours
mar the fronl but beyond the
of enemy fire only added
to the general discontent.
NOT UNTIL the war had
in i for everal days
of the mo '. important
' lea the
ti ivel in
., Isi... h liaison of-
on the Golan
1 into Syria als i
then, it v,
\ [1 best
[an and
aggression into cor-
dit
i i the
: n I initial i\ c of indi-
Christian Minister
Speaks His Mind
Continued from Page i \
Vom Kippui and. moreover, in the very month of Ramadan,
church leaders (who like to be rain: Hoi) Father, Beatitude.
and Monsignore, when Jesus came a, Servant!) remain
The) pray, of com-,' foi the ceasefire, thus putting the
lerer and the victim in the -nine category There are many
( In-istians like mc who are fed up with pious prayers which are
i| followed by declarations or action.
THE CHRISTIAN hierarch) and Christian theologians have
led the deep prophetical meaning of Israel's resurrec
lai d thej refw to see the evident messianic Inv
l lications if this unique adventure.
an i believe, some 40 patriarchs, beatitudes, graces
Bnd mon I iri in the Old City of .Jerusalem alone. They have
a 1 kept quiet since. Yom Kippur, although this nation is still in
danger. Some Christians did publish a protest, and it is
a good move. But unfortunately the signatories
represented only themselves. Thev do not speak in the name of
t Kir chinches. Will one only one of the leaders of official
Christendom speak up and save the honor of Christendom?
would siir.-ly have died. The heli
copters are specially fitted out
10 take up to six stretchers and
each carries medical staff in ad-
dition to its I light crew.
MINUTES AFTER notification
of casualties, the medical learn
rushed from its base dispensary
to the nearest landing strip.
The pilot received his briefing
a- the rotor blades began to turn.
and soon aiterwards the helicop
ter was ail borne. The flight to
the fronl was extremely danger
OUS. Helicopters are sitting ducks
and their observers have to bo I
constantly on the qui vive to
elude enemv missiles and sur-
prise air attacks.
On the ground they are even
more vulnerable, and rescue op
(rations must be accomplished in
minutes if not seconds. As shell,
fell all around and the rotor-.
raised a cloud of dust and sand
the wounded were rushed aboard
as doctors began treating the
mo t sevi c cases.
WITHIN \ few minutes, the,
helicopter arrived back at the
casualty collection point when
the wounded received mure first
aid before being transferred tc
waiting planes and llown to the1
hospital.
Doctors, helicopter crews and j
plane CTCWS worked round the
cl.uk in the most dangerous and
stressful conditions to ensure
that every wounded Israeli sol
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chance of getting out of this cruel'
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As the last stretchers were be
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the engines were warming up. j
I took a last look at the young j
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LEO MINDLIN
Waging a Three-Prong Emotional War
CMtlmied from Paifc V& '
they had been beaten again.
Besides, in Jbeirview, the myth
, ol Israeli invincibility was dead.
hmi only moil like President
Nixon know how dangerous it is
to defv gentlemen of the press.
How dare the Israelis win when
i! had already been ordained by
them in tons of newsprint that
they, were not invincible and that
no one wins in war the host
the- gentlem-n would permit
themselves to say of the Israelis
when the smoke finally cleared
and proved their prophecy wrong.
of corRSE. the worst they
permitted themselves to say of
the Israelis was quite another
matter.
For example, the Denver Post's
Oliphant cartoon in The Miami
Herald, depicting Israeli soldiers
with Julius Stretcher noses being
li ectcd by Gen. Dayan in the
loading of a cannon with a truss-
ed up Uncle Sam as ramrod.
Hut one should not really have
been shocked by the editorial
ju Igment that led The Herald to
pi blish the cartoon.
Not when one considers I he
publisher of The Herald, who is
hi nself motivated by the kind ,>i
.ii controllable LaGorce Island
mentality that inspired him to
(!. r to Secretary of state Kis-
r as "Henry the K" in his
[Sunday column of the very next
weekend.
It is all of a piece.
BIT THESE constitute only
set of coordinates to explain
the three stage emotional war be-
ing waged as a concomitant ot
the latest Arab Israeli struggle.
The other two are the United
Nations and the Soviet Union.
Jews should have no trouble
sloughing off the gentlemen of
the press. Mostly, to deal with
these gentlemen is to deal with
platitudinous, self-serving boobs
who rise to occasional moments
of great achievement but who
are, with rare exception, mainly
n; red in medioericy.
The UN and the Soviet Union
are another matter. For Jews,
particularly liberal Jews, these
will be more difficult to slough
off.
THEY REPRESENT the very
core of the World War II lib-
erals dream: Russia as the egali-
tarian paradise devoid of the cor-
ruption of politics and the oppres-
sion of industry" and the United
Nations as the world peace or-
ganization that would teach us to
know war no more.
The Russian dream in the Jew-
ish liberal's mind dies especially
hard; it is even more firmly en-
trenched than the UN.
It goes further back in time to
the experience of his immigrant
parents, who saw in the Marxist
revolution their liberation from
an endemic Russian pogromism.
THE LIBERAL carried his
Identification with the Soviets as
a stout example for America of
the depression '30"s to emulate.
In many cases, after 40 years
of experience that should have
taught him otherwise, he still
carries it that way a phony
sort of racial unconscious with
all the mythic qualities of a mes-
sianic dream that lias in fact be
come a nightmare.
Even until the Vo:n Kippur
war. when there could no longer
be any doubt about Soviet cruelly.
exploitation, human oppression,
rampant militarism and frank
anti-Semitism, Jews continued
bringing their millions of tourist
dollars to the Soviet Union each
year to see for themselves "the
"land of I heir fathers" as the
promise of social justice "ful-
filled."
It is more difficult to see the
United Nations in a simil
absurd light.
WHILE A 'a hoi" generation.
miy generation, was being taught
first bj i i ian
then bj Vice I
distrust the Russians and to ex
-pect I Communist enemy lurk-
ing in every dark corner, a whole
generation, my generation, was
also being taught that the UN
is mankind's last and only hope
for peace. Once, I preached thai
fairy tale myself.
The UN began with 51 mem-
ber states and a Security Council
of the Big Five. The Council's
real purpose would be to protect
their overriding national interests
against the International-minded
General Assembly,
But the Big F:\e is no longer
big. Nationalist China is not even
represented at the UN, France
is a political absurdity, a military
non entity and an emotional
dwarf suffering from accute
acromegaly.
And England'- bigness lies in
the wisdom of her realistic view-
that, even with her Common-
wealth, she can barely keep her
economic head above water.
OF THE original Big Five, this
leaves only the United Slates and
the Soviet Union, plus the sue
eessor People's Republic Ol China,
which is in fact "bigger" than
Chiang Kai-shek's Kuomintang
China evi r was.
For them, the United Nation'.
is no deterrent when they wish
to exercise their individual na
tional interests, For example: the
i S, in Korea and Vietnam; Rus
sia in Hungar; and Czechoslo
vakia; China in Tibet.
This is preciseh a- the original
Security Council members in
tended it. but it was not envis
ioncd that the Council's veto
power should make the Council
devoid of meal leadership, and
that is in lac" what has occurred.
With the proliferation of the
UN to 132 member nations and
the Security Council to 15. the
hope was that the General As
sembly would fill the vaccuin ot
world moral persuasion. It has
not worked out that way.
THE SUPERPOWERS on the
enlarged Security Council not
only continue 10 do what they
please, but I hey confront one an
olher outside the UN and. in the
Middle East, merely leave to the
PTN the formality of policing
their clients.
And in the General Assembly.
the UN" is in the end nothing but
an exercise in statesmanship for :
the new4y-emerging peoples en
eouraged by an imperialistic So
vict Union masked in the guise |
of revolution.
What advantages are there for
the superpowers in the UN? Ex
cept for Holland and Denmark,
the United States could not mus
ler so much as a singly ally
among its long-time friends at
the United Nations when it opted
to help Israel in the Yom Kippui
war.
NOT A single ally England
Fiance. West Germany, Japan
acted either out of principle or
allegiance, choosing the road of
expediency instead that had been
laid out by Arab oil.
And so. the UN is Russia's by
default her most perfect arena
for the pursuit of her expansion
ist ends. It gives to the viper the
lamb's wool of innocence.
For Israel, with the exception
of the partition that brought her
into being, the UN at best has
never been anything but a stage
for world anti-Semitism fostered
bv Russia's prestige in its own
12-mcmber Soviet bloc, the 18
member Arab bloc, the 41-mem
her African bio.-, and the 75-
member 'non-aligned" bloc.
There, it can plan and prepare
the rest of the world for her ulti-
mate confrontation with Red
China.
AT WORST, il has been an ex
tension of Arab diplomacy against
Israel when Arab military aggres
against Israel failed them.
rials .vas true in 1056. It was
true in ih.e 1967 war. when
the ''' co1
iP prove i
from reversing the Arab defeat
a second time as it had in the
joint Franco-British-Israeli action
u years before.
But it seems true again tiday
in the aftermath of the Yom
Kip pur war.
One has only ,o recall Soviet
Ambassador Yakov Malik's hys-
terical speech before the Security
Council, which listened patiently
and finally with apolause, when
he referred to Israels Ambassa-
dor Yosef Tekoah as the repre-
sentative ot "'murderers and in-
ternational gangsters."
ONE WOULD have thought ho
was speaking of I he Russians
themselves, except that in the
past Malik has treated the UN
to olher such speeches speeches
about Jews as the chosen people,
chosen by virtue of their big
noses.
One kivw. therefore, what to
l xpect, and he pulled out all the
stops in his outburst against
Tekoah. to disguise the fact lhat
he had really come before the UN
to ask for a diplomatic hall to
yet another Israeli victory on the
battlefield,
"Like savages. barbarian
tribes." Malik declared of the
Israelis, in their mad destruc-
tion they have annihilated, de-
stroyed and tried to remove from
the surface of the earth cities,
villages, the cull oral heritage of
mankind. They have ravaged ei
lire civilizations."
THESE, THEN, are the re I
< 'iemy the United Nations and
the Soviet Union.
The Soviet pig's foot is di
dared kosher by detente And i
its new role as ceasefire agents
the UN sees i chance tor re
ni wed prestige at the coal ut
Israi 1.
It is toward them that our fir
must be directed.
Honor /V(
cii inn mi
By Special Itepoit
NEW YORK -Dr. Emanuel Net -
maun. Zionist statesman and lead-
er, will be honored by the Zion
ist Organization of America am
the Jewish community on the o<
casion of his 80ih birthday at ai
Israel Solidarity Dinner ot lie
ZOA on Sunday evening, Nov. 11
in the grand ballroom <>t the N(
York Hilton.
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Britain's Phony 'Neutrality' Embarrassing
By SAM GOLDSMITH
JTA London Bureau Chief
The argument over the em-
bargo, bitter and charged with
emotion, is not an argument be-
tween Zionists and the rest, or
even Jews and the rest, or even
.lews plus Anglo-Zionists and the
rest; it is a national argument,
one of those that flare up in
Britain from time to time, and
.shake the nation out of its pas-
sivity, typical for the British peo-
ple in peacetime.
The argument is raging in the
media, in both houses of Parlia-
ment, and wherever people as-
semble to talk, or to drink, or
1o be entertained. It hangs in
Ihe atmosphere like the smog.
IN THE context of the war,
Ihere is not much in it. Four-
thousand rounds of ammunition
for Centurion tanks is neither
here nor there. Hut this embargo
has proven once more that the
Foreign Office remains stubborn-
ly hostile to Israel, no matter
what government is in power,
and that the skullduggery, ac-
companied by hypocrisy, that has
been going on since the Balfour
Declaration is still in operation.
Those four-thousand round;
were paid for, packed and in port
for dispatch when the war broke
out. Within a few minutes, the
customs were instructed to keep
them in England. When the em-
bargo was announced, Israel was
reeling under the impact of the
surprise assault in the north and
in the south.
Jordan was not in the war yet.
Syria never bought anything here.
Iraq had not yet intervened. Lib-
ya said she would not intervene.
And the training of Egyptian pi-
lots continued with the blessing
of the Foreign Office.
WHAT WAS more, the Foreign
Office announced that the pro-
gram of equipping Saudi Arabia
with Lightning aircraft and a
radar defense system would go
ahead, although King Faisal was
as much in the war as any of
the combatants from the very
beginning.
Sir Alec Douglas-Home, him
self not hostile to Israel, was put
up to present the case to the
British public and Parliament, in
the time-hallowed tradition that
when the Foreign Office is nasty
to Israel, the Foreign Secretary
explains it away.
Since Balfour there was not one
of them who stood up to the For-
eign Office, the reason being that
only a special type of politician
is made Foreign Secretary in the
first place.
There were Foreign Secretaries
who agreed with the Foreign Of
fice: there were those who were
loo weak to disagree; the result
UAHC Confab To Fete Rabin
By Special Report
NEW YORK, NYThe critical
Issues that face Reform Judaism
in the coming years, and adoption
i f new programs to perpetuate and
tnhance the synagogue as a domi-
nant factor in Jewish life, will
highlight the centennial conven-
tion of the Union of America He- I
brew Congregations, central body
oi the nation's 1.1 million Reform
Jews.
A major concern of the conven-,
lion, inescapably affected by the |
Arab-Israel conflict, will be on I
tontinued aid and support for Is-
rael.
THE CONCLAVE will take place j
&1 the New York Hilton Hotel. ]
Nov. 8 to 13, at the same time asl
the National Federation of Temple
Sisterhoods, a principle UAHC af- J
liliate, holds its 601 h biennial con- j
vention at the Americana Hotel. I
The 3,000 delegates of both in-
Etitutions, representing 710 con- '
{.regations in the United States
and Canada, will debate and dis-
cuss these major areas, and dozens
of other pressing problems, in
many plenary and special sessions.
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as president of the UAHC. will de-
liver the principal opening address !
at the joint sabbath worship serv-
ice at the Hilton.
Rabbi Eisendrath, who is also
president of the World Union for
Progressive Judaism, will be hon-
ored at a gala banquet the follow-
ing night. Dr. Nahum Goldman,
president of the World Jewish Con-
gress, will deliver a major address
at this a/iatf in which he will
analyze the political situation
throughout the world as it affects
the Middle East.
Rabbi Roland B. Gittelsohn of
Temple Israel. Boston, will present
Rabbi Eisendrath with a tribute
in commemoration of his three
decades at the helm of the Union
during its period of greatest
growth.
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was me same. Sir Alec is loo
weak. He is 70, and he has never
been a forceful character. "Who
exhumed you?" asked a poster
during his election campaign.
FOR THOSE uni-.sed to Brit-
ish names, he writes Home and
pronounces it Yum. He tried first
the honest broker ploy, and was
promptly told that all he man-
aged to do was to incur the dis-
dain of Israel and the contempt
of Egypt or vice-versa.
It was also pointed out to him
that in the past he rushed to con
demn Israel after every' incident
but failed to say a single word
in condemnation of Egypt and
Syria when they committed naked
aggression.
Sir AJer kept on harping in
and out of the House of Com-
mons on a phrase he coined
in distress: "We are even-hand-
ed." He was told that he was ex-
pected to be fair. "Even-handed-
ness" was a catch-penny phrase.
And then we had the Com-
mons debate. It was like old
times, and it made some of us
quite sick The House of Com-
irons debate on the embargo
ended with 251 voting for the
government policy and 175 voting
against it An analysis of the
vote showed that 17 Conserva-
tives voted against the govern-
m3nt while 15 Labor members
voted for the government.
SEVENTY LABOR members
abstained and so did 40 Conserva-
tives. Once again, the opposition
was with us an-' "he government
against us. C gain the critics
'of the goven. .it madej^
and the government ^*^
be moved from its po
This has been goi v.
half a century: the (
Macdonald White Pi
(a Tory government),,
ade of Palestine by the l
navy against refugees from tn(
Nazi holocaust (a Labor govern-
ment), and so on.
There happened to be i party
at the Foreign Office last Friday,
and I went along in between self'
mocking jokes, a pro-consul was
worried about the attitude of Is-
rael to Britain after the war. An-
other was worried about rhe atti-
tude of American Jews to Britain.
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*Jfenvsft Flrricfur
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UTTERED WITH DEBRIS AND THE DEAD
Stench of War Is Everywhere on Golan
By YITZHAK SHAJtGIL
JTA Tel Aviv Correspondent
00 THE DAMASCUS ROAD
concrete highway from the
.Heights to Damascus was
rely quiet at least for a
time when the first ceasefire
was announced.
But the stench of war was ev-
erywhere the stench of corpses
ir.ouldering under the hot sun,
the acrid odor of gun powder that
permeates everything, the smell
of the charred metal of burnt-out
Syrian tanks.
This road was the highway the
Syrian invasion forces took in
their surprise attack Oct. 6.
NOW IT is littered with the
debris of the Syrian retreat
There are some huge Russian
made tanks T-54s, T-55s and
i:ew %62a abandoned intact
by their crews. Their speedome
fere register less than 100 miles
; almost factory fresh war ma-
chines that became booty of war.
Nazi Slogans
Deface Store
\azi swastikas and slogans ap
ptarefl for the second week in a
row on the walls of ttoe Rubindale
Ki slier Meat and Poultry Market.
( 2101 Coral Way, Herman Dale
I, revealed.
Dale, owner of the market, said
i | the first time it happened, he
"(ismissed it as a kids' prank."'
Now that it lias iiappened again.
I is not so sure.
PARTICULARLY offensive to
i said Dale, was the slogan
i sterfd on the wall reading "Hit
li was right."
Dale declared that the name of
r National Socialist White Peo
l Party of Arlington, Va., is
cltarly stamped on the decorations
-Iogans he has found on his
-ifront.
I (facing of the market was part
< I, nother such spate of happenings
ii South Dade, where slogans in
(! Kendall area include "Oil, yes;
J( -. no."
Israeli soldiers are loading
them onto vans. They will be
repaired, painted and sent back
into service.
The scene bears evidence of
Israel's astounding victory
achieved against the enemy's ad-
vantage of surprise.
As we toured the front lines
the JTA correspondent, the driver
of the jeep he hired and an Is
raell intelligence officer an
artillery duel broke out ahead.
SHELL FIRE thurdered. and
as we scrambled for the cover of
a clump of rocks, a black mush
room cloud rose over the road
where a shell exploded a halt
mile from where we had been
standing.
A moment before, the scene haH
been peaceful. Two brown cows
were ?raziig on the dry yellow
grass. A donkey moved near a
rounded by a garden and culti-
vated fields. Now smoke and fire
seemed to erupt from the ground
as shell? fell in rapid suece>sion.
The shellin? lasted for 20 min-
utes. Then, suddenly, a'l wai
quiet. We adjusted our steel hel-
mets and flack vests and returned
to lu" i"ep. I-r.ieli oil tanker'
sped by u- on the road on their
way to refuel tanks and armored
cars. Our jeep bounced along the
pavement. p;ick marked with
shell holes as we came closer to
the outskirts of Damascus.
The sound of gunfire that had
h-.n r-m >fp WiS now much
louder. Ahead, over the crest !
a hill, was the Syrian village of
Sasa Israeli tanks were under
Syrian artillery fire and were re-
turning the fire.
CLOUDS OF dust and
smoke filled the air. Overhead
we spotted the vapor trails of
two Israeli jets speeding on a mis-
sion over Syria. Syrian missiles
fired at them exploded in little
puffs of smoke. They scored no
hits.
This was as far as we were ai-
lowed to come. Just beyond Sasa
the battle was racing. Behind us
wire other abandoned villages
and houses. What a contrast this
was to the Golan Heights through
which we had passed on the way
i, ii. front To !>> sure, then
were scars of war.
Kuneitra, the Golan capital
which the Syrians had occupied
for barely more than a day when
the war began, was ravaged. The
Syrian soldiers appeared to have
smashed everything they could
get their hands on before they
retreated.
There were similar sights at
F.in Zivan and Ramat Magshishim
Golan settlements heavily
shelled by the Syrians. But now
life on the Golan Heights is al-
most back to normal. There is
even civilian traffic on the roads
again, though most private cars
are driven by women or elderly-
men.
At one village, Israeli soldiers
driving to the front had a flat
lire. Two men who had been
praying in a nearby synagogue
came out to help them, wearing
their flowing prayer shawls. I
was the Sabbath. But it was also
j "mitzvah" and a privilege te
help win the war.
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Friday. November 2, 1973
Detente With Russia 31ore Myth Than Ever
By JOSEPH POLOAKOFF
jta Washington Bureau Chief
Tin- myth ih:it Soviet Inten-
tions in detente arc to keep 1 he
world al peace H'ithoul political
and economic profit for itself ap-
pears I" have become one of the
first casualties of the new Middle
East war.
And the Nixon administration's
public reaction to the explosion
of that myth has been strain: ily
ambivalent: The White Mouse
talk- tough while the state De-
partment demonstrates almost
infinite patience with Moscow's
blatant aid and encouragement
to the Arab war machine.
IT IS conceivable that both of
these reactions are a carefully
Calculated part of American
strategy in the new crisis, in-
t nded on one hand to warn the
ISM; against wrecking detente
and on the other I > keep detente
from freezing back into the cold
war. No doubt exists in political
circles here that detente DO
longer is what the pronojtAW-
ments following the Soviet Amer-
ican Minimi! conference In .Mos-
cow 17 months ago and last June
in Washington represented it to
be.
The question is the degree to
which this door to hope for a
lasting peace has been unhinged
by Soviet wo>ds and deed- in re
ecnl days and whether it can be
renal red without calamities. Sen.
Waller Mc.ndale I).Minn.) who
typifies those who support both
detente and justice for Soviet
Jews and dissidents, told the
Senate thai Soviet actions "vio-
late the third principle of the
basic principles of relations"
signed in Moscow in 1972 and
are "seriously undermining the
current detente "
Likud Attacks Government
For Taking the First Blow
By DAVID LANDAU
JFRUSAL i\l iJTAj Premier Golda Meir's government came
sharp a ark for accepting (he U.S.-Soviel sponsored ceasefire
and for being caught unprepared when Egypt and Syria launched
their surprise iitl m k Oct. <>
Likud the onposi
Epitomizing the views of nu-
merous colleagues in both
branches of Congress, Hep. Ilut*h
L. Carey (D. N,Y.) goes further,
saying that "the Soviet Union by
encouraging, abetting, and sup-
porting renewed aggression in
the Middle Bast, has proved anew
that detente is an empty, aca-
demic phrase Bounding great but
signifying nothing."
TRACING THE causes of the
war. Sen. Henry M. Jackson JD.-
Wash.) holds that "without So-
viet support and material encour-
agement, without Soviet training
and equipment, without Soviet
diplomatic and political backing,
this war would not have been
started."
In their approaches to the So-
viet wreckage of the principles
ol detente as Americans had un-
derstood them, the White House
and the Slate Department seem-
ingly arc in dashing public posi-
tions, probably by design.
Nixon, significantly, recallled
a few days ago that when he was
\ ice President. President Eisen-
I" wer sent lo.Otio Marines to Leb-
anon to prevent a radical over-
turn of Lebanon's leadership, and
that he himself moved warships
into placj to help Jordan's King
Hussein frustrate the Palestinian
radicals in his domain
Following Nixon's statements,
his- chief domestic advisor, for
max Secretary of Defense Mel
vin Laird, declared bluntly that
the Soviet Union "has not been
performing as if detente is here"
and lias been "disruptive" of "op-
portunities to achieve a ceasefire
and an immediate settlement."
These strong views from the
White House were tailored to
much softer lines at the State
Department.
LARD WAS pictured as being
without any authority in the
Middle East. Showing the world.
especially Moscow, that it is try-
ing to save the framework of
consultations with the Soviet gov-
ernment and detente, the depart-
ment, led by Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissinger, continues
appeals for restraint even while
Soviet bellicosity increases and
more Arab countries join the war
against Israel.
Thus, on the third night of the
war. Dr. Kissinger devoted al-
most his entire major speech to
a defense of full U.S. trading
concession, to the Soviet Union
without ;i guarantee of emigration
freedom.
Seven days after the Kissinger
speech, the Soviet government
pledged, during Algerian Presi-
dent Hourari Boumedicnne's visit
to Moscow, to "assist ill every
waj" the Arab offensives.
But the Stale Deportment re
fi'-ed to comment on that pledge,
have no liking for Soviet
^rechw^o
Soviet lirh<
rali-
Neither would it comment on the
Oct. 16 Sadat speech.
HIE DEPARTMENT'S purpose
in public quiesence is to avoid
offending the Soviet luerachy
and the Cairo government, The
theory is that "quiet diplomacy"
which did little to''help Soviet
Jewry, will help So.vii'- leader
Leonid I. Brezhnev, and his
friends ward off hardl'iri is likr
Marshal Andrei (irecfi>u> who
have in
zation.
The bullying of Israel at the
United Nations and through the
Moscow propaganda apparatus is
discounted at the State Depart-
ment as being nothing compared
with the rhetoric in 1967. as if
that is comforting to pro-Israelis.
Nixon's referral to American ac-
tions in the Middle East in 1958
and 1970 brought demands in the
Senate from some senators that
while resupply to Israel should
be maintained, the administration
must avoid sending tror/s to the
Middle East without the consent
i f Congress.
MAJORITY LEADER Mike
Mansfield (D.-Mont) proposed
that the six major powers im-
pose a settlement in the Middle
East. Since five if them are pro-
Arab, ibis idea is regarded as
synthesizinz the views of a pow-
t-nui congressional minority as a
means to put [grael hack into its
vulnerable 10(17 position of ex-
poscd borders subject to easy at-
tack by its Arab neighbors and
ultimately resulting in Israel's
destruction.
lion faction i the Knesset, jg
sued i state .n ::: assailing thi
ceasi fire which, it alleged eon
tains th: seed, of a future war
and also denounce! the "very se
rious failure" >l Ihe j overnment
to t ,ke deierrent measure,
against enemy concentrations re-
ported by intelligence between
Rosh Hashaaah an I Yom Kippur,
the day the vv u '. >gan,
white LIKUD avoided taking!
issue with the Cabinet's decision
not to order a pr emotive sink-,
again t E ypl and Syria before
'(t. (>. it att ick il the govern-
ment for not
i.
i
n. up the re- .
pie] Ing a pv.ier
>.rves and
defense.
"Although ih.. government had
reliable confirmation of enemy
concentrations in the north and
south, it did no! mobilize the
country's for.-,-, nor transfer !
them in due t'mc to the cease-
fire lines in ordl to deter the
enemy from its planned aggres-;
sion or in order "o smash it in
the formative stages," the Likud
statement said
The Likud st it-ment was is-,
sued before it became apparent
that the ceasefire had broken
down and fighting was resumed:
on the Egyptian front. It was re-
garded here, nevertheless, as the
harb'nger of a no-holds-barred
political tru '] which was1
Ixwnd to break out as soon as
hostilities with the Arabs abated.
MENACHEM BEIGIN. the op-',
position leader, had promised!
earlier that he would defer "se-1
rious questions" fir the govern-1
ment until the war was over.
Political observers believe,
nevertheless, that Likud will
emerge from this situation much
stronger than before. The enor-'
mous popularity of its founder
and leading personality. Gen..
Adik Sharon, has been enhanced
by news of his reportedly daring'
battle exploits on the southern
front
Sharon had retired from the
army to go into politics but was
recalled, as were other retired
military leaders, when the war
broke out.
NO DETAILS of his battle ex-
ploits have been published but
the legend-weavers are hard at
work and photographs of him in
the Sinai desert at the head of
his men have been published in
newspapers, making him an ob
ject of national adulation.
The Labor Alignment for its
part is giving considerable public
ity to the battle achievements of
former Chief of Staff Gen. Haim
Bar Lev, who retired two years
ago t.i become Minister of Com-
merce but is no
mander of the southern front.
AN OPEN LETTER
TO THE VOTERS OF MIAMI
FROM RABBI BAIJMGARD
Stilt 9&rleri Oil Bau>gaJ, Q.9f..
S9S0 Ylorik QCnJollQri*.
s///i'ami, C/lonJa iji.srt
October 25, 1973
Dear Friends:
Commission.
Canon Gibson is a veteran of many battles in nu*
involving human relations and politicsAllalT ZV
served as a constructive and stabilising ford' Re hZ
distmguiBhed himself as a man of inte/ritl7 h'nr.
a sage and pragmatic approach totheplol^
ment. He has demonstrated understandingr folVthi lVe.rn"
Hone of all groups of people, and K^'^pSf\Zn.
**VgZetZ^
that Canon Gibson is still availah* J 1,* know
We .antto help him alTll el^ftlh^lalt^l l*"*9*'
convincing others to vote for him, 1% tftltonZibuUone,
Please call me, if J can be of help to you in this regard.
Cordially yours,
Herbert M. Baumgard
Rabbi, D. H. L.
'Oi^-t
(ZJht day it short ... /A* workers are Jew
itij Ihe lllaslerof ike ^flouse it urgent. ..." (zJahnui)
K
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P
The Reverend
Your Miami Commissioner Group 5
Theodore GIBSON


Fridcy, November 2,
1973
+Jrna*!h fkrkMtatf)
Pago 1! A
Meir Warns Against Aral) Victory !)> Political Means
( onthiued from Page IA
ship" rath than "dependence"
on Ihe U 5
... Al. ... i,) sec it as a mat-
ter .:' friendship, and the undor-
,; the largesf power in
,K irW thai a small nation, no
matter how -'"all. should not be
.,,' jj,e merev of anyone that
v ,,-, to biLly it- And I think it
j. a: important for the U.S. as it
, i [srae!"
Later added "It does not
.,.. n thai do not from time
ie have differences of opin-
ion gome) n i rather painful
ones with I U.S. The U.S. has
we have ours. I
,n n phases of inte
.,. j, a, | ace is concerned and
u. ire at one."'
Mrs, m ,. jreed that she
: ha' tened a ceasefire
>d iij bj Egypt and
iid this i ad nol
.,, i | e i-'.'m l suggested
: | etween officers and
;.)> it had tal I
Shi say this leads
lj cc quickly but...
it i; a good start."
PREMIER YtFAP sr.ok sharp-
ly about Egypt and Syria's fail-
ure to honor the Geneva Conven
lions about POWs and indicated
she would not think ol peace
negotiations until this issue had
been settled, although she re-
fused to say specifically that this
was a "condition" to such nego-
tiations. The issue had been
raised at the officers' meeting.
"We cannot just give up our
men to the mercy of (President
Anwar) Sadat (of Egypt) and
(President Hafez) Assad (of Sy-
ria)." she said. She said she
thought the Soviets had under-
laid a to persuade Egypt more
intensely than Syria towards the
peace table, agreeing that Sj ria
had always taken a tou'-'hor stand.
But in.-a Sviia I >a had accepted
P< solution -.; and the concept
of n.". itiations and she Imped
tin;, .v i I live up to it.'
MRS. MEIR w, s frank to con
fess lhai Isiael had to overrule
her field commanders in the mat-
ter of permitting humanitarian
supplies to roll under United Na-
r -ns {in nices to sonic 20.<>o
troops of Egypt's Third Army en
circled i>> Israeli rorcea in tnc
Sinai.
Israel obviously hoped to use
the strength of this successful
encircl mem maneuver as a lever
to force the Egyptians, and the
Other Aral) slates, into a more
amenable mood in facc-to-facc
peace talk..
Also, the Third Army would
serve a~ additional pressure on
Cairo pressure besides the
bri Igehead Israeli foices punched
into Egypt to within 35 miles ol
Cairoto come to more equitable
terms on the matter ol the oc- '
cupii d tci ritories.
Said Mrs. Men: "If by political
arrang ment, he i President Sa
dal i handed a victor) and has
ne or thinks he has become
; In ro iii the eyes of the Eg] P
tian people, doc- thai help him?"
MRS. MEIR suggested that Sa- I
dal n 'eds "time" to "en io)" his
defi at a deieat that must not be
permitted to become a victory b)
politic"' manintilation,
()!i the questii n of the Pales-
tinians, Mrs Meir ;.'! Ihei solu-
tion was to live in the state of
Jordan which had a.ways nad
majority of former Palestinian
She repeated her old doctrine
thai there would only be two
states bi tween the sea and Iraq
She noted the "abnormal situa-
ihat while Jordanian tanks
wire k.lling Israelis in Syria the
Jordan River bridges had re-
mained open. Israel had sti iven,
sin- -aid. not to disrupt the
bridges,
There had been no contact ftith
Jordan since the war, she said,
imp,) ing thai there had b pi
foie Ihe war.
SHE DENIED the Institul
Strategic Studies estimate of
5 000 dead and wounded but
a.;., ed "in1 ,-ul:.' ,ed a lot." Asked
if sh.' was afraid thai Sadat, hav-
mg been di (eated, would, by
i,. i< eal ,,i rai uements, he handed
a victor) and become B hero -'"
sad "I hope not. but a few things
thai have happened in the last
I, days mike me worry."
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* le**isf> IFfir.riHFfar
Friday. November 2. 1973
] Accent on Mideast, U.S. Jewry-
Due at CJF Council Assembly
By Special Report
Mldeasl situation, Noith Amer
ican Jewry's commitmenl and re-
sponsibility to be stressed al
CJF's 42nd General \ < mb.j in
New Orleans, N v. !i II.
Revised Agenda to lli^lilinlit
Local And National Nei ds \' d
Goals Throughoul The Four-Day
Assembly; Some -.500 Jewish Com
munal Leaders To P rticipato
The fasl
in ihe Middle Ea t. pariii ul
as they relate I i ra I ai
North \11ii' ii an Jew' !i co nmu
nity's commitmi nt and rj
nilih i" its peop 'I a '
with in detai
Jewish Federal on '
Funds' 42nd G< ni ral As
Ni v' i trh .in!
'I he iginally set 1
ID I \ i :
kfon
. :. ies thn
|(
.
.
, iindi :
Miamians
To Attend
Som to leaders ol Mi i
Jc i-ii community will at-
tend the Co me I 'if Jewish
rations and Wi
! unds' 42n I General Asscm
i> y ir< New Orle in i
According i>> David Flee
man pr 'sidenl > f the Gr
lewish Federation
Thi will be the largesl del
nt to As-
mb
i
I i
, /
IN -i I an
Cri
.
'>
From tlif opening plenary ses-
don on Thursday evening, Not
3, through workshops and forums,
omn unal representatives will be
jiven th< I I I counl of the sil
i in the : lie Easl and
what has :.ntl needs to l"
lone both immediately ami on a
ongcr range basis to mi 11 the
i ev d men-ions of Israel's human
needs problems,
\mong the ey plenarj
I i be
. .., | i I ii and
i I
1
.:,.<' ding the | I and
ituation in th w a torn
i w,l m hi iting I
.'I I
'
Piiean
0
"
I
1
i Ami rica to n the unparalleled
human needs in Israel and at
1 home, wi.l be as eased, with par-
ticular emphasis on maintaining
the extrao dinary pace and com-
mitmenl stirn d by the continuing
emergency,
Throughout the four days of In-
ti nsive meetings and workshops.
the record number of delegates
a ill turn t'n Ir attention to a broad
of concerns reflecting the
ii Federation's expanding
iole, commitmenl and respon.si-
ii.. luded in the agenda are
; vital areas of concern a-:
Federation Synagogue relations,
ciici.hip development, college
mth .hi irulty, the use ol
: aged, worn 'ii'.<
; -,". the
, pi ess of i"" i h i mi
overs re atinis'
.1 income fund foi Fi
. ,n
,:
a c-i

o
h!.i an

U a ;
i
i
tion. youth and family life, and
the media.
Concurrently, the Large City
Budgeting Conference will hold
budget reviews at the Assembly
with major national Jewish asd-
ics.
The CJF is the association
central community organization!
Federations, Welfare Funds. Com-
munity Councilsserving 800 Jew
ih communities in t he [ I
States and Canada.
it aids these communities t<*
i bi'ize maximum support for the
J.\ ;, i h ovi rseas agencies,
j | as for majoi national ;' 1
oci! se '. ice inv Iving flnam I {,
planning and operating h<
ill itional, com
. ri lations and ol i
.i :. ting all ri
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nued from Pase 1 A
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November 2, 1973
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Page 13- A
Fear Growing of U.S. Sell-Out to Soviets
p|rr.niimird ''om PaRe 1A
E in d what they con
W- nee, but in
f it was cowardly.
' Liter Israel had been in-
two fronts :.t the height
.,..,. holiday, not
several hundred Chris-
domiciled in Jcru-
..... voice in support
, Nor 'lid any import-
.. 0r Protestant reli-
WHEN THE Arab armies
ere surging i :ross ceasefire
I,,- and ii appeared to some
[.servers that ibis time they
b.'hi succeed in their announced
Olicy of exterminating Israel, 18
I can countries, unmindful of
the financial and technical
f-i-':inee Israel had poured into
I ds over the years, broke
imatic relations, thus giv
ind comfort to the a
:. Most troubling was the ac-
Ethiopia, with whom an
lj close friendship had
l in p ibli< lj give the Im
. they fully mis'.
\'jx m ind his n
of state, many ordi lary
I 2 ns are not so eonfi
nger h is already
. us trouble," is a
ntly heard remark.
n Israeli politicos In
] have bluntlj
ej feel the Israi Ii go\ rn
has entered a trap set b;
isians to extricate their
tends from what would
t)i en except for the cease
a military debacle.
There is growing concern
how the great powers and
\rabs are going to interpret
in 242. and what "conces-
Israel is going to be asked
i NDERLYING ALL the cyni-
is the realization (for a few
( ;i a sudden realization)
both sides Israel and the
..--,. are only pawns in an
I; sordid game of gr it
r politics, and that the air
I by the nauseous stink
In a military briefing on cease-
nisht, a French correspon-
with a chauvinistic tone in
voice and with a chauvinistic
e of words asked if there
any proof at all of reports
r. Mirages had been used
. the Arabs on the Egyptian
"it.
ig. Gen. Shlomo Gazit took a
breath, then replied:
It so happens that my own
brother-in-law was shot through
both legs by fire from a Mirage
ise all the men in his battery.
I eing the Mirage and thinking
IS one of ours, held their fire.
,'-.-. we have plenty of proof."'
Tl'.is CORREisPONDENT, for a
of a century an intimate
riend of Israel fe.ls deeply with
Israelis both their bitterness
nd their uncertainty.
The tiehts are on again all over
I and we no longer see
|-'.reams of ambulances and hell-
i ters loaded with the wounded
arse everyone is glad about
that), but there has been no danc
ng in the streets, no victory cele
tions. One reason Is because
the way wars end in this part of
ne world there is never a pre
moment when one is cer
l that the conflict has really
terminated. Alo there is the ap-
prehension about the future, and
bitter questions about the world s
Me standard of morality.
In 1956 and 1907. when Israel
U accused of making the first
move, the UN Security Council
net quickly in emergency ses-
sion. Condemnatory resolutions
I were passed, sanctions threatened.
;nd vigorous diplomatic attempts
*ere made to stoo Israel in her
'racks But in 1970, when Egypt
Matantlv violated a standstill
agreement by moving up missiles
and now in 1973 when Syria and |
Egypt violated the old ceasefire
Iv staging a fullblown invasion
of Israel, the Security Councd
politely for days turned its back
until the Arabs cried. "Uncle.
help'
IT BOTHERS Israel (as well it
Id i thai on the world stage
arc still acc irded "prefei
ential treatment," despite all the
mouthing-, about even-handedness
and the sanctimonious moral attii
tudc of so manj non Jewish lead
ers.
Israelis fear that once again the
victors (does anyone question
who i ist the fourth round?) are
going to be treated bj the world
community as if they were the
culprits and are going to be or-
dered to hand over tu 'hose who
tried to exterminate them gifts
ot territory as a reward (or a
consolation prize) for having
failed in their ambition.
Then there's the altitude to-
ward the UN. which resembles
the waj a woman might feel I i
.'.; rd a once i lithful lover w ho
had deserted her for the companj
Ii I'iot
IT was a UN resoluti in that
i iilti ci in the birth of l-i icl,
but more recently, thank- to a
tii i of C immunist, Cath-
olic, Arab and African countries,
ii"1 l'.\ has been somewhat less
than friendlj toward Israel. Its
indir of a ceasefire last week
led to this printed comment by
a young Israeli.
It World War II were being
fought now, the Security Council
would probably rush to save Hit-
ler's neck by ordering a cease
fire just when the Allies were
read- in smash the German
army.''
That's exactly how many in Is-
rael feel
includi d,
ondent
I.us Vegtu Vight Slated
Temple Or night Saturday starting at
i!::i0 p in Paul Diamond, TV per-
onaliti will ci nduct tin evei
aetivii,
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ELECT DANIEL
RETTER
MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN
DISTRICT 2 LEVER 8-A
U.S. Senator Henry Jackson discussed both the Israeli emergency situation
and federal-city relationship at a meeting in Washington last Tuesday.
Senator Jackson said his office would always be open to Retter as a council-
man to discuss ways to help the citizens of Miami Beach.
if Served two years, Miami Bea
Planning Commission
if Educator Youth Grouo Supervisor
if Fluent in Yiddish, Hebrew, German and
Spanish
if Member, B'nai B'rith
if Member, Beth Israel Synagogue
if Vice President, Oholei Torah School,
Miami Beach
if Director, Mesivta High School,
Miami Beach
if Director, Hebrew Academy
if Member, Miami Beach Taxpayers A:-
if President, Concerned Citizens of
Miami Beach, Inc.
if Member, National Jewish Committee en
Legal and Public Affairs
The Daniel Retter Family, Dan, his wife Margie,
and their two children, Lea and Avi.
Pd. Pol. Adv.
WHEN YOU VOTE FOR
RETTER
YOU VOTE FOR
* Integrity in government
*" Enforcement of the
* "Government in the
Sunshine" Law
* A Citizens Watchdog
Committee
* Appointment of a City
Ombudsman
* Lower Population Density
* Elimination of "Clubhouse
Politics'
* Maintaining police and
rescue squads
"* An all-out effort to reduce
crime
* More Recreational Complexes
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* Jen lit1 fhrSdliciin
Friday, November 2, 1973
___
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J h f\abbi t^oeaM j-rom lJh Quiz Box
Thai Special Gift. ..
I*\\ RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Tim pic Zamora
bible ii Us us in thi i week's
Torah reading, thai during one o!
i. atin i i piritual ex-
i riem thai had God
earei '>> him in a v i lion i
'Fear nol Abram, I am thy shield:
in : i yard shall
ie i
i eal. Thi n
ture says
he be
iieved in the
' ord, and ll
j fc Eg nun tod ii
A > ? I
K m 1 I annul "il" in
He" refers to
God The text
tells us that God
i arded Abraham's :>' ilef in Him
as an act of righteousness.
B) RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
hi. 1973 .! .-Ii Ti i y
What is the origin of the syna-
gogne?
Although mo i scholai ha>
said in the pasl thai th synagogue
originated during the Babylonian
ixile, contemporai though!
VIong with ih" S the al ,.,, .,nl ,,. gome
n&h
s~*>
xgiotis
>
ervtces
-.--
tpellj the difl i n liv-
i g and merelj i xistint,.
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHAIOM CONCFCA.
TION. 995 SW C7th Ave. Orthodox
Canlor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EMKS. """. SW 19th Av(.
Conservative. Cantor Sol PaKjwitz
Z
.- '. Hill.
iii w ii-mi i. mi-inlii ;.ihI
. >nj .- n lce will I lliuti .
'' l!|" !i '''' kind ni' synagogue worship, even bbth am (Tempis). 5950 n. Kenda
Di r. Miami. R-'tiii. Rabbi Her-
bert M. Baumgard. Associate Rabbi
Barry Altman. 3
|\ I
v" Al k'II in
amiliar ord id I i < I .. .lliv ;|, t;,,. ,i.,. s ,.| the I r
ove the Lord thj God with all thy femple.
1 pI 'i ;!! i!'' I with ,. ,. ,.,.,i .,,
. Somi limes tin se an referred io
" in> ":v" n the Bible a "Hoi ,es of thi
"he Hebn h I thou ;.e0ple (Jercm a Si metimes
!,'V| is "Ve-O-H w T i The ,, y are ,.,..,, .,. itions"
' 'he Psalms 48) rhej maj have reach-
means | ||,,. pjactl ,,, IC promin
,.... \

Rabbi Berger
cord "Ho-O-Vot"
| hi Pati iarchs."
Our b tea h us. then ten.
'hut "wil hi ai l" rcl
to the devotion of Abi il im *ho, at
Iii he risk of hi- life, insi d i
owing thi woi 'l of God; "il h all
ih> .-(ui" reflect the d< i tion oi
Isaac, who was willing and ready
to be sac: ificad on the altar in
irder to obey the word of God;
with all thy might" speaks of the
levotlon ni Jacob whose life was
iik. of constant service to God
aspite the dangers that surround-

Then is a Chassidik interpreta- .
tion that is mo-l beautifully un- '' him. This is the kind oi love
Usual. It suggests that Abraham | hat faith brings about.
felt that his ability to believe, was | pajth is not a Sjmplt- yes or no
an act of righteousness Cram God;! decision after the fact. Some peo-
mat it was an act of kindness and -,\v t.asi|y believe" when some-
righteousness on the pa.t of the .j,jng happens that thev like and
Lord to give him the ability to be T,ore easily "disbelieve" when it
' '** is something they don't like
Every person is endowed with Thars not fajtn.
the capacity to believe and to have
BFTH DAVID. 2o2S SW 3rd Ave.
Constrvj-.iv". Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W '.'H-on.
I fl h ii.i'l'
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BETH EL. 500 SW .7t!i Ave Ortho-
dox. Rnbbi H. P.otnman. 5
8ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi \At*x Sha-
piro. Cantor Leon Secial. Rev Alex
Slahl. Rev. Mendel Gutterinan. 6 ,
PYltlio v r. I' "i Sc-rvlree for the
':'.: 71 KOllHon will I.....ll .1 liv Hi II"
I i ii'.'.-nlMCin. i". -i.i. in '"' w i!'
mnrk Ihe 13th Nprien for Rabbi Max
SllliPim III Hl'lll K.......ll nil'I In- Will
n iii.- community. Hln Kprmmi ivll
'..- i hVmember." Mr. biiiI Mi- i v Itl
Hnl.in.-u ilz will li...-l l,.- .....k Sin.I.
lint iii honor of ih. ir i:ruii.i-.-ii's iinr
MltzvHh,
BETH TIKVA, (Reform)
set Dr.
9025
faith. Hill not every person attains
that status. Ii docs nol happen
automatically. It is not easy. One
must work long and hard and
nily and sincerely to achieve
it. And whm he docs, he recog-
nizes it as that special gift that
Faith is a philosophy of life and
i way of living. It requires eon
itant renewal and periodic adjust
ment It i< wanting God's time
without doubting God's truth.
It is that kpecial gift with which
i-ach of u: can bs endowed, if we
God bestowed upon him. For it pur ue it, and work to attain it.
f\**tbinieaf '. /**/
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'It ated on Ch. 2 at 5:30 p.m.)
Host: Ri v. I.ui her c. Pierce
i 'We Attended High School In Israel"
On Giantham, Warren Tra nfel I and
Susan IVi
N'ov. 1 10, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Io '' :i]n Solomon Schiff, direci i il !' .1 rati
i' mmunitj Chaplaincy Si
N'' 1. ''< : m. The Still Small Vi
i hai! Eisenstat, Ti mp! i Judea
y. E >P and Judal '
W I mi -I (. Idworn, Esq
. FS OF WEEKLY TOHAK PORTION
Lech Lecha
'' th thy coun
' I c ime to Abram ( I i the
itive c untrj and tn |
iov. him, ivherc I i bei ne
"' and a bl sin m .v ,i
' i u 'ii ( jout! var I i.
11 and a large nun,1. of follow rs.
" 'eni to him
''' il the Land ol Cai uld fall to
lanti Bethel, Abram i 11 the n im
' ';'>:' ; 11 ming hi- bi :, : and only

IN '' severe famine in i impelled
;i' i:i ;i time. Fearful h Egyptians
; ': m in or stain possession of mtiful ulfe,
f !l:,(!"' ay that She was h -irai was.
!D ii household and >lved nu-
!'li of fii rds and servant irions were
vwever, wl iraoh and his court .mitten with
is illnei nth was discovered i "iraoh sent
way from E|
\\\r OF ll HAM: In Abram's 9JH1 ar, God re-
covena m. Hi nc f rth ; caUi d
' Ie of : ii fo nov
called Sarah, princess. Sarah would bear a son to [saac, through
fulfill
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nee during the Babylonian
lecause there was u i central ; >m
lie in Jeru lalem timi w hii h
, ii i be the c nti attrai io
for worship.
II seems that during Ihe days
>t the Temple in Jerusalem, while
he sacrifices and their accompany
ng prayers took place in Ihe Jeru
:iii in sanctuary, assemblies of
rews would gather to pray at the
anie time in various places in
heii respective communities. This
.vould correlate the central serv-
ice in Jerusalem with prayer ae-
ivities in the local community.
With the destruction of the first
Temple, the synagogues rose to
>rominence because there ceased
o exist, for a while at least, a
entral shrine in Jerusalem. These
ynajjogues in the local commu-
ities were, indeed, centers of
ommunal concern as well as cen-
ers of praver. They may have at
irst bwn simply open air jjather-
Dgs in a certain specified public
lace while later becoming struc-
tural edifices, such as we have
od.iy.
Why do many Jews wash the
hands three times when washing
for ritual purposes?
Some claim that the first lime
emoves the dirt or any matter
"hich prevents contact of water
ilh the hands. The second time
enders the hand spiritually fit to
nne the water. The third time
;ives spiritual purity to the hands.
using the owner a step higher
i the scale of spiritual perfec-
tion.
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WE HAVE EVERYTHING WE NEED'
Israel Stops Egypt Third Army Escape
\v;\ (J'l'.M- Israel claimed Mondu; thai it foiled an
Egyptian Third A'my to break oul of oncirclement. An
;..,--man said the Egyptians attempted to throw an infantry
in-, ih" Suei Canal but it was destroyed by Israeli artillery
;. to Col. Nahman Kami.
L c wan spotted at dawn
[ n kilometer* from the
[ i nutlet of the canal He
Egyptians apparently in-
In Spnd a commando i la
[ the canal from the east
,i bank. Isra ti artillfry
| .,., hits and the bridge
h said
\\ \s [earned, meanwhile,
i [sraeli avd Egyptian
I iy hold a econd me I
i kil mi tor marker o i
Sui i road, the site of
U me '
forces shol down three
Egyptian helicopters that were fly
ins ''' the direction of the encir
cled Egyptian Third Arms in tl e
southei ri section of >li Sue/ Canal
Tun ol th? ci otcrs w ere downed
bj l-i i' Vir Force jets sent up
to interc i their, and f"ll into
the GuK of 1-'ii"7 Tli- third was
hil bj ground fire and crashed in
in ana h Ll by Egyptian forces, a
military spoke-man said. The hcli
copters were bel'eved to be trying
i i airlift supplies to the Third
Army. The incidents occurred
worth after l a.m. local time.
\t the UN, l-i ili Vmb is ador
Yo-ef Tekoah charged that the
' c ii optcr flights constituted a
"flagrant violation'' of the cease
fire agreement bv Egypt.
In a Icttei' to Secrelarj General
Kurt Wnldhcim, Tekoah accused
; he Eg) plians of additional ci ase-
fire breaches Ho alleged that Egyp
forces opened tank, artillery
mil small arms fire against Israel
for es in thi iu1 hern sector of
thi canal an I I hut they also fird
ground-to-air missil ai ross the
c( aiefire lin.
THE SUPPLY if foid. water
and medical supplies to the Thin'
Army thrnu |h Israeli lines con
i;iui,'ii Th ircblem was thn
ferrying of the truckloads of sup
(Mil's at ross Mi" cana! to the bt
leaeuered Egyptian forces on the
i ea.-l bank.
Supplies Roll to Trapped Troops
Th r n o b id or boats
For th time beins, th ferrj n..-
i. ace impli'hed b.\ So< ii I n id '
am] hibiotii tanks Eg} ptian supplv
trucks driven b> UN personnel
continued to move eastward to-
ward the canal.
The white plastic water contain
ers fin ri -i! by the trucl em iv
be most prized bj the E o,
\ younj offii i Identified
bimsi I as i lie itenanl colonel
though he >' or no insignia ol
rank, told the israi
impanying on coi o> to th
banks that We la<'
we have everything we n
Th-.- Israeli replied, "if this is so
we can pull the con' oj back The
An Intimatt
Reiv.lc?.-voua l^r
Ciomn.eti & Bon-vivanti
i;. YITZHAK SHAIN.II
and DAVID LANDAU
TEL AVIV (JTA)The Mrst
lull- I a United .Nations food
aipply onvoj for the encircled
Egyptian Third Army passed
Jirou ;h Israeli lines Sunday after
I f the Thiid Army
l! fire on the very route
[ h the supplies were to
i, i.i Gen. Haini Barlev
Egyptian Gen. Bashir
thai afternoon that any
ii He i .-.hooting by the Egyptians
ould prejudice the passage of
(ii: plies.
In other developments, Egyp-
I at Ismailia lired SAM
tli!-'!- at an Israeli plane fl; Ing
I Sn / Canal. Two hun-
kind Finnish soldiers, a unit ol
Ihc United Nations Emergency
l.,.,, ntered Sue/ town Sunday
ing been turned back
i bj Israeli forces hold ng
I laches to the town. One
J oldier was killed and two
tcip i' ounded when thi ir vehicle
.: mine on a road near the
i i -r bordei
ISRAEL LODGED complaints
I e UN truce observers over
t.... i' ;yptian shooting incidents
Sunday. But the food convoy
I. i to bj larai Ii Gen. Aharon
5 ..! his post midni shl me t-
I v Egyptian offici rs, was
tl owed passage Barlev, iormei
< ol Staff who is now on ,
|; militarj duty on tin E
Mil front, was at the convoy s
-tailing point in the Isi ael laid
Sector ol the west bank ol the
canal.
The supply vehicles, driven by
II N personnel were inspected by
siaeii soldiers before being ai
lowed lo proceed Harkv had
made it clear that no ambulances
.irill be permitted. The evacua
Jion ol some 2,000 wounded Egyp
Itian soldiers of the Third Aimj
has been held up until Egypl
agrees to exchange wounded Is
11 a< li soldiers in its hands.
The 100 vehicle UN convoj
proved difficult to assembl
[niainiv because of the shortage
lot drivers. It was decided that
I the convoy would be split int.
limits ol io trucks each. Thro
lAu-trian r/uicers, members o
Ithe UN emergency force, were in
[charge of the convoy, nicy con
If erred with Gen. Bailee, aftei
[which he authorized the convoj
Flo begin. It was uncertain hov
[the supply trucks would ero-- t
{the cast bank of the sue/ Cana
[where the Third Army is located
[Theie arc no bridges and ai
Iparently no rafts. Meanwhile an
Ether convoy of 12 trucks enter*
the city or Suez with medica
Supplies and blood plasma for th
civilian population reported b
number about 15.000.
Chief oi Staff Gen. David EU
jar has charged that the supplj
Iconvov of food and drugs to tin
encircled Egyptian Third Armx
Ik-us forced on Israel. Israel vva
forced to agree, but it will be a
one-time operation, he told inter-
viewers on 'i television program.
EI.A/.AK SAID the meeting
between Israeli and Egyptian
officers was a good si n and they
probably would continue because
various aspects of the ceasefire
remain to be resolved. It is pre-
mature to call these talks direct
negotiations, Elazar said. Sum-
ming Up the war. the Chief ol
Staff said Israel had "too short"
notice ol the Egyptian-Syrian at-
tacks.
He hinted that intelligence as-
sessments were to blame. But, he-
added. Israel never pinned its de-
fense strategy wholly on early
warning*. He said that since 1970
ii had developed a strateg)
whereby the regular army and
air corps was always prepared to
meet an attack "to avoid catastro
phe" while the reserve- were
mobilized.
Blazar's obvious displeasure
over the supply convoy to the
Third Arm) was reflected in Is-
raeli newspaper reports over the
week ml that Cabinet ministers
hi i high ranking military officers
nt >d report) d U.S, pressure
on Israel I i a low the resupply
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Jewish Flooridian Jcfcee' lays ?""
Was in lough Spot
Florida Friday, November 2, 1973
Section B
GREATER MIAMI JOINS 'DAY OF AWE'
Yom Kippur Sheni
To Be Observed
Throughout Nation
Synagogues throughout the Greater Miami area will be joining the
national observance of Yom Kippur Sheni, the second Yom Kippur, on
Sunda; morning.
Yom Kippur Sheni was announced by the Rabbinic Advisory Cabi-
net ol he United Jewish Appeal in New York.
JEWS THROUGHOUT Greater
Miami and South Florida will at-
tend -'cond Yom Kippur services,,
when the shofar will be blown
and Kaddish prayers recited.
,i I prayers will also be re-
cited for forgiveness of the sins
of the world."
Jews will be expected to fast,'
an-l the money saved from not eat-:
InS on Yom Kippur Sheni, it is an- \ the South Florida Chapter of the
by helicopter to repair tanks, guns,
electronic and other war material
damaged in the fighting.
Technion's medical school staff
also worked around the clock at
Rambam Hospital crowded with Is
raeli casualties flown by helicopter |
from the frontlines.
Norman J. Kasser. president of
ticipated, will go into a special Is-
rael Emergency Fund.
IN CHICAGO, it was announced:
that B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-'
ions postponed its golden anni-
versary convocation there Sunday
in observance of Yom Kippur 0* "t^^uJ.
Sheni.
to service when the Arab attack
came, but other university facili-
ties were also drafted for Israel's
defense.
The university's computer, nor-
mally used for a variety of re-
>earch programs, including the He-
brew Responsa Computer Project,
was put to work during the emerg-
ency to process classified informa-
tion.
Locally, at the Andor Plaza Con '
dominium, there was a gathering
to sell Israel Bonds and to collect j
gifts to the Israel Emergency Fund, j
CHARLES PATCHES reported I
that Leo D. Adolph spoke.
At a similar meeting at Buckley j
Towers, some $75,000 was raised, |
according to Ben Greenwood. The j
gathering was under the auspices:
of the Buckley Towers Hebrew J
Study Group, Harry J. Grcenberg, J
president.
Speakers included Elaine Miller.
Also on the program were Maurice!
L. Newman, Jack Leeb and Morris \
Slavik.
BONN (JTA) In a tele-
vision interview late Sunday
night, Foreign Minister Walter
Scheel said that U.S. supplies of
armor to Israel from its depots
in Germany had placed Bonn in
a difficult position.
It had decided that a neutral
policy favoring no side was best,
although with regard to the Mid
die East it could not be neutral
and stand by indifferent.
HE ATTACKED opposition
spokesman who had criticized the
government's action. It was they
who in 1965 had supplied weap-
ons to Israel and had lied to the
Arabs about it, with a result that
10 Arab states had broken with
Bonn.
Now the fences had been
mended, and Bonn was pursuing
a balanced policy to keep things
that way.
The main consequence to be
drawn from thi' !an on U.S. sup-
plies and on the surprise world-
wide alert of U.S. troops was
that more consultation in the al-
liance and more coordination in
European policy is needed.
Unless the Europeans got to-
gether, which they had not in the
recent Middle East crisis, the
V.S. would never treat Europe
as an equal partner.
''Holocaust in America?"
Biian Peterson, assistant pro-
fessof of the history department
of Florida International Univer-
sity, will give a talk on "Holocaust
in America?" at the Temple Or
Olom Brotherhood breakfast Sun-
day at 9:30 a.m.
Synagogue Confab
The relationship between Con-
servative Jewish congregations and
the professionals who serve them
will be a key issue to be discussed
at the biennial convention of the
United Synagogues of America on
Nov. 11 to 15 at the Concord Hotel,
Kiamesha Lake, N.Y.
American Technion Society, an-
nounced the postponement of the
organization's annual dinner which |
was due Nov. 27 at the Doral Beach
Hotel.
The convocation was to have
honored Dr. Abram L. Sachar, of
Brandeis University, who was na-
tional director of the Hillel move-
mi during the era of its great-
est expansion.
In Israel, Jerusalem's Shaare
Zedek Hospital will continue its
al military alert.
Since the outbreak of the Yom [
Kippur War, the hospital has been!
I converted into a military hospital. I
jThe majority of its civilian pa-,
tients were evacuated on the first,
d ij of the war and additional beds
wire installed in the hospital and j
ita nursing school.
AMONG RECENT visitors to |
Shaare Zedek was Israeli Presi-
dent Ephraim Katzir, who visited :
tunded soldiers and brought
them a television set.
Technion's technicians, those,
usually anonymous people who
p the complex equipment go-
the Institute in Haifa, have
come the unsung heroes of the
front lines.
A thousand of them were flown
KASSER SAID that all efforts
ion are being channeled,
full time in assisting the activities!
of Israel's emergency effort.
At the Bar-Ilan University in:
Ramat Gan, not only were univer-;
sity faculty and students called in-;
Neiv Torahs
Dedicated At
B'nai Israel
A ceremony dedicating two new
Torahs for B'nai Israel and Greater
Miami Youth Synagogue, 9600
Sunset Dr., will be held Sunday at
9:30 a.m.
The Torahs were donated by
Jack Stein and Mr. and Mrs. Bern-
ard Weinberg.
Ceremony win start with a pa-
rade from Snapper Creek Drive |
north to 96th Ave. and Sunset Dr. i
The Torahs will be in an apen
convertible with a "Chupa" over'
them. Rabbi Ralph Glixman will
then lead the children back to the
lemnle.
A scribe will be present during
the dedication of the Torahs.
Full Disclosure Of Prisoner
Information Demanded Here
While a military ceasefire appears to be taking hold in the
Mideast, a different battle, which may affect any long-term
peace agreement, is heating up. It is the battle for information
on captured prisoners of war; a humanitarian battle the Israelis
claim should have no opposing sides.
Since the outbreak of the latest fighting, the State of Israel
has released, and continues to release, the names of all cap-
tured prisoners of war to the International Red Cross. Over 1,000
of these combatants have been visited by representatives of the
Red Cross.
To date, no information has come from the government of
Syria and Egypt has released the names of only 43 Israeli pris-
oners. None of the captured Israelis have been allowed visits by
the Red Cross.
"We are urging any and all appropriate actions to secure
the compliance of Egypt and Syria with the 1949 Geneva Con-
vention concerning treatment of war prisoners," said David B.
Fleeman. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
"To withhold the names of men missing in action and taken
alive is inhuman and cruel to the prisoners, who are deprived
of all protections afforded by international treaties, and their
families," said Bernard Mandler, chairman of Federation's Com-
munity Relations Committee.
Mr. Fleeman and Mr. Mandler called for immediate full dis-
closure of prisoner information from all parties to the current
conflict. Their statements were included in telegrams which were
sent.to Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, United States ambas-
sador to the UN John Scali, UN Secretary General Kurt Wald-
heim, Florida Senators Lawton Chiles and Ed Gurney and Dade
County Congressmen Claude Pepper, Dante Fascell and William
Lehmap.
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Fnqe 2-B
HwltHkrMfor
Friday, November 2
Rabbinical Association Sets
' Yom Kippur Sheni Observance
Uillel Day School** Fourth Aririm
Dinner Da nee Scheduled Sundl
"There can he no frivolous, joy-
" i~ celebration t>> mark the end
it the tragic w< i ks," said Rabbi
: iv ell Berger, spiritual leadi i
ul Temple Zamora and president
lh< Rabb nical Association ol
i ti Vliauii
rabbi was >forring to liir
lie military connicl in th(
I tiich began Oct. n
. Hi :h Hi.' Da; ol Yom
Day ol Mom ment.
: .1 o lives were lo i
i b ol Atom men!
:: h nical A
i i p ; ii (I cla i d
Ire.....i Mi
. i :' if for th l
medi
.in-ni n.nv
loshim la .'in da)
riod) Sunday ith the
i'i> lance ol "Yom Kippur She
ni."
This "Second Yom Kippur" will
in' .i -. rve i 30 days after the first
field" i al in Israel. Its ob
Mivunce throughout the United
Stales was unanimously approved
bj |he Rabbinical Advisor) Coun-
cil ol the I mi (I Jewish Appeal
. special emergency meeting
attended bj Rabbi Solomon Schiff,
live vice president oi the
Rabbinical Association of Greater
ii iami.
HABBI lAAXWHl BtRGER
"Yom Kippur. 5734. was dese-
I by the surprise attack on
l-1.il." ilc dared Rabbi Bcrgei
Yum Kippur Sheni will give each
low the opportunity in search hi*
-mil and reiognuc the poignant
reality of life's uncertainty. This
n the concept expressed on Yom
Cippur with the sealing of the
Mink of Life for another year."
"Yom Kippur Sheni will enable
ach Jew who has been spared to
nouin those losl in battle on both
ides.*' -aid Rabbi Schiff. "W<
ense in our own flesh (he pail
I the wounded, the anguish "I
the families affected, and the do-
spair of those whose fields am
ioqks have been uvaged."
The normally jo.i ou ha i
festival ol Succoth was observer
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Jerry Blank Appointed Chairman
Of Mt. Sinai's Development Fund
PLANNING
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let me quote you rites. Also
>ocai moving & long distance
noving anywhere in the U.S.
ir overseas.
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(of Miami)
Jeny Blank, whose appointment
i- chairman of Mount Sinai Medi
al Center's Development Fund
b 'in announced by Ed i.. d
iro, president of the medical
enter, has been associated with
Uounl Sinai as a Founder sinci
i06 and was elected to the board
. trustees in lJtTii.
Mr. Blank, a native Miamian
hose family has always be n
lost lj asoc ated -. ith Vlounl
'.ii. is iii eplj in\ olvi d iii hospi
il activities, sening on the Per
onnel. Purchasing, Insurance and
'uhl'.e Relations Committi es H
athcr, Sam Blank, is a Life Trus-
ee and was araom the ci nter's
uiginal Founders,
Blank, president ol Nation
il Brand*, Inc., serves as ehairn an
il the Bevei. e Dh ision of the
. nii'd Fund of Dade County.
JtRRY BLANK
ZELTZER
THtMANFOR
MAYOR
OF MIAMI BEACH
JERRY ZELTZER IS A I VMII.V M \\
ZELTZER WILL BE
A WORKING MAYOR
NOT A GREETER
ENDORSED BY '
TENANTS ASSOC.
OF Flo. Inc.
Dade County Senior
Citizens L
Miami Beach >ai i
ZELTZER
IS AN ACTIVE MAN
Former Judge of
Miami Beach
Attorney ot Law
Age 43-Veteran
Homeowner
Civic Leader
Employees AFl-C.O MIAMI BEACH NEEDS A
local ,554 STRONG NEW MAYOR
ZELTZER 3A
this year with special Yizkor me
norial si rvices throughout Greater
liiiini, a- decreed bj the Rab
'imeal Association. .
V'om Kippur Sluni will be ob
lived in every synagogue Sunday
he d o of fasting and prayer will
I dawn and end al noon
vices will begin al 11
all ai e ui Red ii
;. na i u ni theii
i
A special jo nl sen i :e for Jew
Mo. tli i :i vill b
ir-Id al .1 a in al Beth Torah C n
. in North Miami Beach
. sini Cot the Soutl
'....''. lb ii the sanu
in- at Temple Zamora
!abl?s.
H' mu i em| haize, oi ci ursi
: every vice that there is ni
.. a efi e n hun an needs," Rabb
er said, "Foi even while Is
i.iel was fighting for her life, sh<
f"in the solemn vow with which
she was created ... the vow to
keep her doors open lo the op
i ressed and needy from all part
Ol the world.
"Yom Kippur Sheni will be i
. Ugieua obwrvame, without fund
raising of anj kind.' he said "Y<
through each Jew's spiritual tie
with In- brothers and sisters in al
other parts ol the would, am
hrough the traditional responsi
'iliiy of 'Tzedakah.' ii is hope,
hat each of us will fulfill hi
bligalion lo continued Jewisl
j'vival.
Th Hills] Community Day
School will hold Its fourth annual
imner dance Saturday evening at
i :pltxnut Country Club.
Marshall Baltuch, executive dl-
. reports that the response
mm the community hag been ex-
ellcnl and that over 200 people
re expected to attend,
Pi da I o n this gala social
. nl will support the Scholarship
und to provide the finesl Jewinh
ucation for the chil
ren of Dado and Bio ward Jour,
es. Dance music '-vi.l b pro I d
. : in i and his orch si
!, n !.. Mercer as voi ali I
ii ob Mendelson of Bi tl
i i and Canl u
\ : I' mple
h lain during th
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luiu iii nv '. u'c I
in oi the 1
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The Committee of Hosts includ s
Ir. and Mrs, Herbert Cold. Dr.
id Mrs Joi I Dennis, Mr. and Mrs
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'. inner. Mr. and Mr*
Schreiber, Mr, and
1 k. Rabbi and .\n
lick, Mr. and Mrs I
nick, Mr and Mrs
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fudge and Mr,. Arthui
vir. and Mrs. Marshall i
tabbi and Mrs. M
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Friday, November 2, 1973
f lmUt> ftnrMttr
Pcqe 3-B
Dr. Cohen Installed Seminary Chancellor
By SpecM Report
without the and
EW YORK "The relevance '" ?! ''. '
..... ._____ r .... la 'i "' i >n
T :#l
i vanc< ol a tradition and
arship are self-fulfilli
to Dr. Ge.
D. Cohen who i .stall d '
cello, ol the Jewish ",!'1 r',''
.gical Seminary ol An, rica 7 '
. .....ra i m, pre di d at m
ohen characterized th, so .
> L :"r relevancy ii..... vas del i by Rabb 1
tempi ; rj ocietj as itself irrel
men determined to
eir lives bj a w i ol \ due
il ic. llj make those
lal i adition n levant, i /en
il only as .i i.i ord of the quest
of pr -\ iou- agi for these g als."
MORE THAN 250 deh gates, rep-
tin. '..ii. ican and Isra
e lieges, univei sities, and lea
mi ehi d in an acai
i i with the faculties
alumni, board of directors and
board of overseers of the Seminar)
mor Dr. Cohen on the occa-
sici of his inauguration as tlie
i h, iritu il hi
"ii ..,,. and the b
ij Allen Juda, i r
tudci I .. ition of I i
Ri I tinicai School.
A SPECIAL in tallal n w i
n which the spiri'ua
thi con .
n American Judaism u .
o Dr. Cohen, Or
/Ouis Finkckti in, i ha
metitus, and by Vi
.rzi and Simon Greenl
A feature of the inaugural pro
{ram was a musical composi
fifth head of the 87-year-old theo- JS21 Myfc.Sfrv"nt' y '" "
logical school. F"**1* Vvl,1(" u" ",:m'v"
_,, .... ... ,i y tuc Seminary ;ind iceeived its
The installation, which took -irst performance on this occi
pla.-e at Park Avenue Synagogue
here on Tuesday, Oct. 23, and was ]
followed by a reception for the
new Chancellor at the neighboring
Jewish Museum, concluded a three-
day inaugural celebration.
The ceremonies began the pre-
vious Sunday with an opening
convocation at which Gov. Nelson
A. Rockefeller was the principal
speaker, and continued through
two days of seminar and workshop
sessions, culminating in the actual
inauguration.
Responding to a charge to the
new chancellor delivered by Judge
Simon H. Rifkind. chairman of the
executive committee of the Semi-
nary's board of directors. Dr.
Cohen outlined his conception of
the Seminary, and its role as a
major center for Jewish scholar-
ship and spokesman for the Jewish
ti adition in contemporary Amer-
ican society.
ALLUDING TO the war in the
near East, and Israel's struggle for
survival. Dr. Cohen spoke of I he
common destiny of Jews the world
ove and ol the bonds that link
the Seminary, even in its hour of
renewal to the "agony of Jeru-
salem."
Ours is ace irdin ly :i i elebra
tion h ild under a cloud of mourn-
ing," he aid, "that extends to
.li wish home and indeed to
every person who hold d 'a
- of peace, law, liberty and
[i tj ol n an."
"If :! 11 an id e t n< ppti in to
Adult Studies
Begin Tuesday
\l Beth Sholom
The adult studies program ol
Pi pie Beth Sholom o G
Mi am rt Tuesdaj at
a m. when Hr Leun Kronish, spii
i:u ,1 Ic ider of i he temple bi
c on "Ethics and tin
Bible" and Rabbi Harrj Jo
ili.uy rabbi, starl i his com
'The Wonderful World ol
Talmud."
i i;i- : i Heb
n 'i with ; M -
(.i raid J ii | | ii
I ol Beth
Sholom.
At 8 i> m the followi i c
will begin: The Magic of
mud," instructor, Mrs
Nevel, well-known great
leader; "The w onderful
Prophecy." instructo Jolt
nil "< |i -,i: I i lommentaries on the
Bible," instructor, ;>r. Joseph Dia
mond ol Dropaic University, l an
emeritus, Teacher's Seminary ol
Toronto,
After a 0 p in coffee break, a
seminar course on "Reform Juda
ism in Past and Future'
be conducted by prominent l!<:-
Hallandale Center Rallies For Israel Produce $250,000 SlS r,2
TL ii.,i!ji i u r. day morning and Tuesday evening
wI..h ;"land1alp .Jewi?h Center (warming, ro date close to a quar- banefM the State of Israel. An gesaions. Rabbi Jolt, coordinator ol
Ziu ff r t uan? eflona,1 U'r.0/ a ';""lon doHar8 were ''ais,'d :"l(il,ional S40C0 raised, the proj.. t announces. Registration
.ewish efforts on behalf of Israel and for the most part from people The rallies for both in the form tjn b(. ,.u. through the temple
oy holding three rallies in its who gave sacriiicingly three and if religious gatherings and appeals olji{.(,
sanctuary. These were very well four tunes 'for funds, special prayers as well
attended by eager and concerned as memorial, prayers for those Is
nembcrs of the Jewish commu- In addition to the thud appeal racij8 who hac, a]10iK|v ra)|(.n in
"ty. >n Sunday morning. Oct. 21, the ()atI|(. ,,,, aI1.v ,, S(.hw.,m
The response to the appeals in Sisterhood presented a variety onducted the service, assisted by
ach instance was most heart- show in the afternoon, for the Cantor Jacob Danziger.
A very active committee took
Arkins To Host Party In
Honor Of Roberta Peters
Sandv and Jul 's Arkin will host
Dr. Gerson D. Cciien (second from left) v/as installed Tues-
day, Oct. 23 as fifth head cf the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America. Inauguration ceremony at Park Avenue
Synagogue featured Dr. Max Ariz (left) and Dr. Simon Green-
berg (second from right) next to Dr. Cohen, and Dr. Louis
Finkelstein, chancellor emeritus (extreme right).
part in the arrangements for these
rallies and in the raising of the
funds. The committee whs headed
by Rabbi Schwartz, assisted by the
president ol the congregation, Vice
a poolsidc parti at their home in Mayor Jack Spiegel, and a count
honor of Metropolitan opera stai les" number ol enthusiastic men
._,.,, ... ind women who gave fully of their
Roberta Peters, alter her concert ..
inaugurating th.' 1973-74 Great ,,
b Committees are now workim- on
Artists Series at Temple Beth Sha [h(, condominiums in the Hallan-
lom Wednesday evening.
Washington Federal Exhibit
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan A sociation is presenting an
exhibit of paintings by Jo Stripling
it its main office. 1701 Meridian
\ve., Miami Beach. Part of Wash
ington Federal's on-going art ex-
hibit program, Ms. Stripling's work
will remain on display until Nov,
11.
Byron Hali Night in Israel
\ "Nighl In Israel" was to bo
hold Thursday nighl at Byron Hall
honoring .'.ir. and Mrs. Jack Sloan.
The Sloans will receive the Scroll
lale area. The Hallandale Jewish if Honor from the Greater Miami
Center wishes to express its pro Israel Bond Organization in ap-
Mr. and Mrs. Arkm have invited fininiJ apprecjation to all those prer-iation of their continued sup-
ine angels" who underwrote the who shared in this outpouring of port oi Israel's economic develop-
series to be their guests, -oiidari y and material support. ment.
Yafta icrkoui
lu sm and ,!, _e ]eBse] w'.il give a
' J ; J Saturday, Nov. 17, in.
I : in Jews secure and free I" ., / ...
,;,;,. ,. ,, 0f life, i| is he Miami Beach Audit- is
, ine vi proceeds goinq to
.ij of its name 7iorjclci Council for Soviet Jew
i id the 1 irael ;
Merry Widow'
So '' Prinak will sneak on
"Th >''' '-ii Merry Widow on
ch" at the Forte i'1 un
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, ghe i; presently helping
to keep up the morale of the
ra< li troops in the field.
Horovits to Seek
Reduced Taxes If
Elected Mayor
Kn and Horov lidate for
Jayor of the City of Miami, has
ral formulae for "Economj in
nl.'
: iei Chief of Police, Horo-
ize a working plan for j
ir.i : i se vim of the city
ig the cost ol services and
aid for by the city but
by everyone in the eoun-
>ining each department to
and taking advantage of
lable federal program to
eitie-
f the u -.ue-iions were
riorowl i i- convinced it I
ult i'i lower millage for i
in taxes.
re ienl and a success-
i for 30 years,
e ved twice in the U.S.
nr ii Aii Force. He
rial a aim by the As
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Miami
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lenoshua Levy, Secretary Treasurer of the
Histadrut in Israel, congratulates Phil Sahl for
his oa'standing wcrk in behalf of the State of
Israel. Mis. E211 Z:o 1 Ginsberg looks on.
wice
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COMMUNITY
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Nov. 6
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Friday, November 2, 1973
1
Miami Bond Leaders jWJ,? *fgg"
lo Attend UAHC
Return From Israel Genera! Asseml
Jftyft
1. Jules Arkin
Leonard lutia
'I i promini tit Miami commu-
ai d busin
lay from Isi ie] a
. i
fercnce on thi trj nl
I. Jules Arkin and Leoi
., d f:i M New York
Satui daj night ,in tard a special
\; ighl in meet with Finance
i Pinchaa Sapir, Prime Min-
Golda Meir, and other top
II (I 'mi nmenl ol ficials on
the implementation <>i a world-
ill- emergency campaign for Is-
Bonds in offset the economic
dislocation caused by the recent
yrar, and to maintain Israel's
economic development program.
Arkin. a Miami Beach attorney,
who serves as .i member of the
reater Miami Israel Bonds Ex-
cutive Committee and as a vice
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation is a member
and past president of the Miami Since iN ,,,.; in im the
Beach Chamber of Commerce. e] Bond drivc has provided
l.uria. proprietor of L. Luria mori than $2.6 billion in invest-
.-.nd Son, a Miami jewelry rtore ment capital to strengthen every
chain, is a director oi the Univer- facet of Israel's economic frame-
sity of Miami's liilld Jewish Stu work. In the first two week- ol
oent Center, and serves as a mem- the recent war, more than $175
>er nl the Greater .Miami Israel million in lion,I- were sold, with
Bonds executive committee and $110 million of it in cash.
hand how the war has affected
Israel's economy.
Th delegation to the Sister-
hood convention will included Mrs,
Milton Jacobs, president; Mrs.
Eleanor Perkins, executive vice
president; Mrs. Lewis E. Colin.
pro ram vice president; .Mrs. Har-
ry Kim r. recording secretary. Mrs.
Abram will be installed as a mem-
ber of the national board of the
MFTS at the convention.
Mr. Kronish will attend the .Na-
tional Association of Temple Ad-
ministrators and participate in a
panel discussion on "Applying
Management Techniques To Build-
ing Problems."
CKB Anniversary Luncheon
Scheduled Friday, Nov. 9
The Dade County Community i On this occasion. Dr. Edwin S.
Relations Board will hold its 10th i Shirley, chairman of the board, will
annual 'Anniversary Luncheon" turn his gavel over to Joseph Rob
Fi'iday, Nov. 9, at the Dupont' bie, managing partner of the Mi-
Plaza Hotel. I ami Dolphins and chairman of the
Pnncipau speaker at the event | Dade County Democratic Execu-
vill be a nationally famous civil live Committee, who will become
rights leader. Julian Eond. who is the new CRB chairman,
a member of the Georgia House of Joining Robbie in the CRB lead-
Representatives. He will address ership on the executive committee Hebrew Academy, 2400 Pine Tree
Hebrew Academy
PTA Plans Art
Exhibit Luncheon
The Hebrew Academy PTA will
present a gala art exhibit and auc-
tion of lithographs, oil paintings,
watercolors and sculpture Satur-
lay night at the Greater Miami
himself to the question 'What's
Next?"
In addition to the community's
civic, religious and political lead-
ership, the general public will
share in the tribute to the CRB
at this luncheon, which marks a
milestone in the country's human |
relations history.
will be Alfredo G. Duran, Mrs
Charles II. Finkelstein. Bishop
Rene Henry Gracida, Nathaniel
Trar' Powell, and Landon G.
Haynes, as vice chairmen, and Mrs
William Baggs and Steven M
Greenberg.
Mrs. Finkelstein is chairman of
the luncheon.
Jaycees Announce Selection Of
Kutlifieb] and Goodman For Award
Miami Beach Jaycees president I Robert Goodman has served on the
Tony Lundy and first vice presi Miami Beach City Council for Un-
dent Richard Seiderman have an-1 past I ui years and has served his
nounced the winners of the 1973 city well giving unstintingly of his
annual Good Government Award, time and energies to improve the
Paul Ruthfield and Robert Good- image and lifestyle of our city,
man were named as the joint win- I
ners of this most coveted award. "Paul Ruthfield has shown his ~
Lundy, in announcing thVs year's dedication gd government by | Fuinhlatt Fleeted
winners said. "The Miami Beach *rvin : as vice chairman of the rp C 1
Jaycees in choosim; this year's win- Miami Beach Planning Board and j IO 3l<'t Senate
ners were proud of the fact that IS -1" Officer and director ol many Alan Fainblatt. son of Mr. and
both recipients of this award, the "ivic groups and organizations. His Mrs. Robert M. Fainblatt. 100 Gold-
highest civic involvement award foresight in recognizing some ol "n Isll's Dr., Hallandale. is one of
presented by our organization, are ""' mair problems facing our city two freshmen elected to the stu-
active members of our chapter." an(l innovative solutions for many | dent senate this fall at the Uni-
In presenting the awards. Rich- I "' ,,,em definitely point him out j versity of Tampa.
Fainblatt moved to Hallandale
with his parents from Elkins Park,
Pa. He graduated from Chelten-
ham High School in Wyncote, Pa.,
where he was active in student
government and a member of the
varsity soccer and wrestling teams.
His father is an insurance sales-
Art Hallgren. executive vice Harbour, all organized labor units \ ma1 *ith Securi,y Mutual of Hal
president of the Florida State were urged to work actively in
AFL-CIO, will be guest of honor support of Histadrut as a response
at the annual dinner of the Flor- to the 1973 Arab attack on Israel,
ida Trade Union Council for His- The Histadrut Scholarship Fund,
tadrut, Dec. 5, at the Deauville established in 1957, provides
Hotel in Miami Beach. Announce- academic and vocational high
ment of the testimonial banquet school scholarships for children of
was made Wednesday by Charlie underprivileged families. The fund
Harris, chairman of the Trade has provided more than 40.000
ard Seiderman stated, "Vice Mayoi i a- a dedicated community leader."
Histadrut Trade Union Council
To Honor Fla. AFL-CIO Leader
landale.
Union Council for Israel's giant
federation of labor, who also is
president of the Florida State
AFL-CIO.
Proceeds from the $50-a-plate
event will go to the Israel Histad-
rut Scholarship Fund for under-
privileged children, Harris said.
At the just-concluded national
scholarships and educational
giants.
Headquarters of the Florida
Trade Union Council for Histadrut
have been established in Suite 388
of the 420 Lincoln Road Building, '
Miami Beach. Irving Gordon, di- I
rector of the Israel Histadrut Cam-
paign in Florida, is coordinating ]
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be repi nl I
Beth El al thi
i ,. emblj of Hi'
Union ol n Hebrew Con
itions, Noi D to 13, in N<
City, i '''' is E
Cohn, pie
The ( AH( pan nt I Re
form Judai m, is celebratin its
100th Ann,-.. arj in c u junction
,\ith the 60th anniversarj Bien-
Vss< mblj of the Nation il Fi d
ration oi Temple Sisterhoods. |
The delegation to the UAHC
convention will consist of Dr,
Samuel '/ Jaffe, spiritual leader
if Temple Beth El, Lewis E. Cohn.
president; Judge Morton L.
the board of governors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
The Miami delegates were joined
by Samuel Wagner, chairman of Abram, executive vice president;
the Puerto Rico Israel Bonds cam- I)r. Alvin Krasno and Jules B
paign, ami a small number of lead- Gordon, member, of the board ol
ers from major cities in the United trustees, and administrative di-
and Canada, to see first- rector Sydney D. Kronish.
j, \ r Vel i '"i : to i
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the
Jew
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i, ';: th iod oi T
Beth Shi
Bro
Harold
Vinl ist pr ice Is
ii. u i i ii ip irl the I
m.
Pioce ds ol il"' cot < !'' i
- d from it p.m. at
Tony' Fish Market on th 79th
i : Causewaj w:ll be used to
finance the entry of tn I Iniver-
s ty ol Mi inn Jazz Concert Hand
in national college competitions
and the band's invitational ap-
ncert has
ai ran irouuh I
o station v. 1US 6W.8J i
Rico, China Valles, Man Grant
. : ie b ini Whit
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Howard I.. Le ii I Hastl
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pointed si nior din eti
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wirtz, vice president-public
lairs. Mr Levine has
it 'ii.ik d with Eastern Air
tor the past eight year He
previously general manager ol
a .New York public relations
firm.
L)r., Miami Beach.
A cocktail party and preview is
cheduled for 8 p.m. at the Miami
3each school, according to FTA
President, Mrs. Leonard Gritz.
Wonts dv such Internationally
i known artists as Chagall, Miro
| Picasso, Dali, Rockwell, (.'aider,
lansem. Soyer and Liberman will
be featured. The auction will be
:onducted by Richard Reiser of
I'he Art Scene.
All price ranges will be repre-
sented, Mrs. Gritz said. Many new
works of Israeli artists were flown
in during the days immediately
pi en ding the lecent war in the
Middle East.
Proceeds of the art show and
auction will go to the library fund
if the Hebrew Academy,
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Florida Council Mixrachi Women
Planning Gala Membership Rally
Km. Alfred Finkehtcin of Plor
ida Council of ftfizrachi Women, an
nouncts that the Council's gala
membership rally will take place
Sunday, Nov. 11, at l p.m. at th.>
Hebrew Acacenij auditorium, 2400
Pine Tree Dr., Miami I! tach.
Mrs. Fred I. Wang, membership
chairman is Ih composer and di-
rector of the cantata which will
feature the following members of
Vered chapter: Mollie Ackerman,
Rae Bellman, Marlcne Kalchman,
Marcia Kane, Arlene Liebowitz,
Sandra Rothenberg, and Miriam
Woissman, and of Shalvah chapter:
Chavy Baron, Arlene Ditchek, Ros
lyn Paul, and Una Restler.
R rbbi S Swirsky, spiritual lead
er of Congregation Beth Jacob,
will h> guest speaker. Mrs. Morris
Z Iner .ill di'liwr the invocation,]
and Mrs.* Rubin Jacobs, Council
2-Week Vacation For Two
"I lu i Hallandali
h Cei spi m ing the
nun b ri el "Pa isports to
i i r to a
or two
I ;oi 100 in cash. Pur
ng the
l 8th Ave li:.i
membership cochairman, will pay
tc to life members. Mrs. \!
fred Stone, national vice president,
will also .:;\ e in ad li
During this time of crisis. Miz-
rachi Women i -dedicate themselves
to the task of caring for over 8,000
children who com" under their
aegis in Israel, with the daily addi-
tion of more who. now bereft oi
family, will hecome a part of Mi/
rachi Women's family,
'Daisy' Premieres Nov. 3-4
"Daisy," the new American op-
era will have its world premier.'
perl irmanccs Nov. 3 4 at Hade
County Auditorium. The two acl
0] i ra, based on the life of Juliette
Gordon Low, founder of the Girl
Scouts of the U.S.A. will b
| by the Florida Family Opera divi-
sion of the Opera Guild of G
Miami.
Spinoza Forum Meet*
T!, SpLho? i !"..
1234 Washington Ave. Fi ..
peak : :.
hm if 1 Graci I I
hurch. Dr. Al iham
EUld
. Arnold K seives
Pioneer Women's
Chapters Man
\ arierl Programs
Tiki ih ( li ipter of Pio-
neer Women will hold its n
lay, il 12 30 p n il
1200 We I v Mrs Sara li
will present a book review P
Finkelstein, president will conduct
the mectii
Kinneret Chapter will hold its
regular meeting at the Washing!
ton Federal, 1133 N irmand;
Sunday, Now n. at 12:30 p.m.
Paid up membi rs w i I be guests
al lunch Program will include en-
tertainment and an auction, Mr*
I.eah Naparst is chapter president
Chal ( hanter will hold its next
meeting at i p n rues lay, Nov. 13
at th" oil c oi Pioneer Women.
6C3 Lincoln Rd Suite 602. Ida
Kovalskl '.'.ill conduct the meeting.
Beba Idelson Chapter will hold
il ni a.....i Wednes
N'o' .) p Washi
. m,l. Dr.
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Baj Division will
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1 i ram will feature Miss Eleanoi
an. ol the Miami He
\ I i I ine column, uho will dis-
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Indian Isiands wl
luncheon meeting at noon in the
Ugier Hotel. Sopl k will
rcvii h "O Jei us? i
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Friday, November 2, I97J
Professional Development Seminar
Includes 7 Monthly 3-Hour Sessions
"The American Jewish Family in
Transition" will be the year-long
theme,of Hi second annual Pro-
fessional Development Seminar for
rulltime stalf members of the
YM-YM H.% in Greater Miami, or
(! in cooperation with the
Insti tile for Jewish Educators of
Hie Ct ntral Ancncy for Jewish Ekiu
ciit ion.
'I'll- program "ill consisl 'if
human sexuality, abortion and di
vorce, A filili session in March will
al-n iir devoted to (hose topics. ,
The sixth session which will deal
with the values and programming
idi the sprinn holidays, Passover,
Israel Independence Hay. L'aj;
Bomer, Shavuot and Jerusalem Day
will he conducted In the stafl oi
I he CAJE.
The final session in May will
coven monthly sessions beginning deal with the aging and the Jew
vionday. Each will consist of a ish way of death, with Rabbi Solo
three hour session divided into the mon Schiff, executive secretary oi
orctical and practical issues re the Kabhimcal Association
lated lo the American Jewish fam
ilv and the rituals and values of
ihe Jewish life cycle.
The first .session will he con
ducted by Gene Greenzweig, direc
tor of youth programming of the
CAJE, who will provide a historico
soeto-rcUgioua analysis of the Jew
ih family, stressing its salient
characteristics both in our time and
in pa-t society. He will also review
the societal factors leading to the
changing role of the Jewish fam-
ily in the American Jewish com-
munity
'I he second half of the session
will deal with the implications of
The chanting American family for
programming considerations for
I lie Y staff
Mr. Greenzweig. who has an ex
tensive background in both forma!
and informal Jewish education.
nerved previously as director of
youth activities at Temple Israeli
in White Plains. NY., and as teen j
director of Gamp Hillcl. before
assuming his present position at;
the CAJE this past September.
Other sessions will include the
Festival or Chanukah and Judeo-1
Christian relationships directed by
Cantor Jack Bernstein, educational |
director of Temple Israel of Great
er Miami, in December, and in
January, the Jewish Adolescent,
lex*, by Rabbi Dan bandsman, edu
catienal director of Temple Me
norah oi Miami Beach.
In February. Rabbi David Lehr
field will conduct Mi.- session on
the Jewish attitudes toward court
ship and mania.--, birth control
limn* Promisei
To Keep Public
Well Informed
Miami Beach is not
rounded by water, hut verj
i IN the water." sa B lb Bum!
candidate tor City ou icil,
trie! 2.
"After a rain thi re ai
businesses, private drivi
streets so tilled with wal
no one can get out of their cat
or into their homes," Burns con
lilllllll.
"l cannot understand whj this
condition should exist in our city."
he says. 'Money has been set aside
irom bond issues 10 correct both
the sanitary and storm sewer
backups, but what is actually he-
ir,' done to correct the situation?
In a 196< Bond Issue over $1,000
000 was authorized to be spent
on fixing the sanitarv and storm
sewage conditions. All the storm
sewage money has been spent, but
then' still remains sanitary sew
age funds, How long will it lake
to gel these funds operating in
Iho city's behalf?" Burns asks.
Sewage !- another issue thai
Bob Burns wants answers about.
as do the people living in Miami
Beai i. "As a City Councilman, I
will help keep the public in-
formed about what progress is
being made on issues concerning
then city." Burns added.
Greater Miami, serving as resource
speaker.
The program is under the joint
direction of Marvin Licbcrman, as-
sistant director of the YMHA and
Abraham J. Gittclson, associate di
rector of the Central Agency for
Jewish Education.
The seminar is the follow-up of
the previous years' program which
dealt with an analysis of the Amer-
ican Jewish community and its im |
plications for programming for the|
entire gamut of individuals served
by the YMHA.
This program is a reflective of
the thrust of the YMHA in enhanc
in? the quality of Jewish life in
the community, and the involve
men! ol the Central Agency for
Jewish Education on a community
level in its Institute for Jewish
Educators.
Bond-With-Wael
Luncheon Nets
Sir Million '
More than 1.500 women paid
tribute to Miriam fMrs. Milton)
Sirkin, who received the Slate ol
Israel Masada Award at the Miami
Beach Hadassah Bond-With Israel
Luncheon in the F ontainebleau
Motel last Thursday.
Sale of Israel Bonds at the
luncheon, including those pur-
chases made by Hadassah mem-
bers in order to gain admission.
totalled $1.1 million. Milton M
Parson, executive director of the.
Greater Miami Israel Bond Organ-1
isation, announced.
Mrs. Sirkin was also the reel-
ient of a special Hadassah Presi
lential Citation, which was pre-.
entcd by Augusts I Mrs. Kmanuel)
Mentz, president of the Miami
Seach Chapter ol Hadassah.
Special guest speaker for the I
event was Menaehem Sadinsky,
xeciitivc director of the Commu
lity Center in Jerusalem and an
Israeli reserve tank commander,
a ho delivered an address calling |
for the American Jewish commu- i
lity's continued financial support i
for Israel's survival.
L. Jules Arkin, who was scheduled to receive the Israel
Masada Award at the Temple Beth Sholom Israel Dinner
of State Sunday night, was attending an emergency con-
ference in Jerusalem when the event look place, and ad-
dressed the 350 guests at the Seville Hotel via an overseas
telephone hookup. From left to right are Dr. Leon Kronish,
spiritual leader of the temple, who made the presentation;
Mrs. Arkin, who accepted in behalf of herself and her hus-
band; Ambassador Tamar Eshel, guest speaker, and Mil-
ton M. Parson, executive director of the Greater Miami Is
rael Bond Organization.
SCORE Conference
"What You Need to Know to Op
crate a Small Business" will be
fcrence under the direction of the
Service Corps of Retired Execu
lives (SCORE) and the Smali
Business Administration will h-
discussed Tuesday. Nov. 13, start held in room 208 of the Federal
Ine at 8:30 a in. The one-day con ; Building in Miami.
Philip Sahl Is Endorsed
By Tenant's Association
Philip Sahl. the only District 2
candidate for Miami Beach City
Cou, cil endorsed by the Tenant's
Association of Florida, has been
Bcstve in local community and
philanthropic affairs for the past
12 years.
The administrator of Miami
Beich'S Four Freedoms House.
Mr, Sahl is a memhc" of the
Tclanfs Association board and the
Miami Beach Personnel Board.
EVERY
JEW
SHOULD
READ
THIS.
\V/ aie rnortal.
tt Wo cannot live forever.
Try as wc might to post
pone the. thought of our
moi tality, we cannot postpone
its happening.
Wc: put out of our minds
what we. do not like to contem
plate. This is only human.
But our humanness can
turn to selfishness if we fail to
considei those we leave behind,
Because if we leave them
the responsibilities and
decisions we should have made
in life, we add anothei bin den
lo those already burdened
with grief.
It is our responsibility
while wc: aie living to take i are
of the details lh.it will make
out passing easier for those
who love us.
The choosing of a bin ial
site is such a deVail. A detail
that is neither complicated nor
expensive. A bin ial plot can be
purchased foi as little asS200.
While an houi or so spent at
Lakeside Memorial Paik is all
it takes to lesolve the matter.
Once resolved it can be
loi gotten.
I his simple ,ic t c an save
those you love the agony ol
trying to guess youi wishes.
lakeside Memorial Park
is a pi.ii e ol strikingly seiene
beauty. It offers you the
assurance that those nearest
you will wish to retui n olten to
this tranquil garden.
I he beautiful aibots, wide
boulevards, interlaced concrete
paths honting on every bin ial
site, and eight acre reflecting
lake contribute lo Lakeside's
unique beauty among memorial
p.iiks foi Iho Jewish.
raking cat e of the
decision foi youi resting site
can be an acl ol great considei -
ation lo those deal lo you.
And oppoi tune lo yourself in
a time of i isiiuj ( osts ,mcj ()l j, ,.s
Call us at (305) 592 0690
oi pay a quiet visit to Lakeside
Memorial Park. N.W. 25th Street
at 103rd Avenue.
f his decision could bring
a cei tain peace to youi life.


Friday, November 2. 1973
^''H 1*0 ThrkU&n
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Consul General Speaker For AJCongress Travel Program Resumed
Temple Menorah Dinner Sunday
The Honorable Shaul Ramati,
Consul General of Israel for C'hi-
iaso and the Midwest, will be the
-pedal suest speaker ai Temple
'l""oiah's Israel Dinner of Stale
Sunday, according to Milton M.
;'arson, executive director of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Organ-
/ation.
A distinguished member of is-
.uiV foreign service. Ramali as-
sumed his present post in 1969.
Kftei having served in numerous
capacities in Israel's Foreign Min-
istry, including Acting Director of
lh< Department of Information in
. < i usalem.
Howard M. Katzen is serving as
chairman of the Temple Menorah
inner honoring Jerry M. and Shel-
"ii \. Lelchuk, which will be
"eld at the Deauville Hotel. HON. SHAUl RAMATI
Ambassador Guest At
Cuban-Hebrew Dinner
Ambassador Beniamin Varor
\ill he the guest speaker at tin
innual Cuban-Hebrew Israel Din
ier of State lo be held Saturday
V el, Dr. Pablo Tachmes, presi
'.nl ol the Cutout-Hebrew Israi
Bonds campaign, announced.
A distinguished sraeli diploma)
-.Iio played a key i >le in the cstab
ishmenl <>f the suite of Israel
ind who helped ccmenl stron;
ies with Lat'n American coun
ties, Ambassadoi Varon inaugu
aled the Israeli Embassy in Par-
iguay and served there until lal
,i.-t year, lie uas also served at
Imbassador to Jamaica and the
Jominiian Republic, and was ;
nember of Israel's delegation to
.he United Nations in 1967.
The annual Cuban-Hebrev event
.-ill honor Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig.
(alibi Heir Masliah Melamed, and
,{abbi Sadi Nahmias.
Jaime a. Mitrani. P.E.. is chair
man of the dinner-, which will
.-limax a ?1 million Israel Bonds
chairman of the annual Beth David irive in the Cuban-Hebrew com-
Jsrael Dinner of Stale to be held munity.
Saturday, Nov. 17. at the Fontaine-
lean Hotel.
Hie Beth David dinner will pay
tiibute to Mr. and Mrs. Herschel
it 'thai, who will receive the
State ol Israel Masada Award.
Waas, a long-lime reside it ol
Miami, is a past president ol Beth
David (ongregation. the Greater
Miami V.MHA. and the Dade t'oun-
chapter of the Florida Institute
i CPA's. A practicing CPA for
20 years, he now heads his own i
eal estate linn.
Waas and his wife Barbara were
owned at the 1971 Beth David
' srael Dinner of State, when they
eccived the State of Israel Shalom
kward for out.-tanding service to
igrael and the Jewish community.
Norman Sholk. president of Beth
: avid, is serving as chairman of
iuardians and Trustees.
MAXWtlL WAAS
Brlh David's Dinner
To Be Held Nov. 17
Maxwell Waas will serve as
Katz Named Chairman
Of Befh Torah Din nor
Hy Kati, executive vice presi
tent of Beth To ah Congregation.
North Miami Beach, has been
tamed a, chairman of its forth
ominu Israel Dinner of Slate, it
ias been announced.
The Beth Torah dinner, which
vill be held Nov. 18 at the Dean
iile Motel, will honor Mr, and
Irs. Richard Sneider.
Katz, who is president of s ifat
Chaiis Ltd. (a factory show-
oom for interior decorators) and
'.iscayne Fu niture Mfg. Co. (a
ustom upholstering firm), ha;^
erved Beth Torah a-; treasurer,
eligious chairman, and member
hip vie, president since joining
he congrei .it ion Hi years ago, H<
- also a past president of tin
armen Nappo Youth Symphony
ne ol the nation's most successful
outh orchestras, now in it~ 9tl
ear.
Rabbis' Dialogue
2nd Lecture In
Greenfield Series
Rabbis Marc ami David Saper
K in authors of "Critical Issue
facing Reform Judaism," will ap
tear in a dialogue Sunday at Tern
le I-'.nl nl Greater Miami .is par
' fh< lii7.! 74 Greenfield Lectun
Series.
urn U the second in the 15
irogram -erics and will begin a:
o ain .a the temple, 137 Nl
:9th Si. The lecture will be to
owed by the "Yoni Kippur Sheni'
i rvices as nart uf > nationwide oh
ervance ol a second Day of Atone-
ment, Proceeds Ol ticket sales will
>e contributed to the Israel
Sniergencj Fund.
The dialogue to be presented i-
specially timely in light of tht
ipcoming IdOth anniversary of the
Union of American Hebrew Con
negations and the centennial anni-
crsary genera) assembly, Nov. 9
to 13 in New York.
As a prelude to the New York
meeting, the Rabbis Sapcrstein will
discuss many 'if the critical issues
that will confront delegates, in
biding authority and freedom, the
problem of the modern .lew; I he
VOlving relations between the
Stale of Israel and the world lew
ish community, and what kind o
Jewish family life can best pre-
ierve and transmit .lew ish values.
Subscriptions for the remaining
lectures will be available at the
loor or tickets may be purchased
individually.
The American Jewish Congress flight 2i0. The travelers were
has announced the lull rcMimp- greeted at the terminal b> Israeli
.ion of ii s members' travel pro Minister >i Development Chaint
-ram in Israel. Greti,
The firsl group tour ii Israel The 19 tourists included ;>
ince the ceasefire under the au* honeymoon couple. Mr. and Mrs
'cev ol the AJCongress Overseas Aaron Kapiloff of Cut Lauder-
rrevcl Piogram lefl Oct. 28 from dale, and M Aida V. Kayc "f
lennedy Airport aboard El Ai Miami.
Austriki's 'Exodus 1973' At Lowe-Levinson Gallery
Israeli artist Eliczer Avstriski, 11, was called back to the Israeli
i recent Russian immigrant, has Army.
'Stepped into the breach.' so to Tin- show at the Lowc-Levinsor
peak, at the Beth Sholom Lowe \rt Gallery, entitled 'Exodlle
jevinson Art Gallery by bringing '073" win run through Nov Ifi
lis exhibition to the gallery on The Gallery at 4H4 Chase \vc.
let. 26 instead of Nov. 11, as orig- Miami Beach, is open ekday*
Dally planned because Vankel lioni 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Sat
ilnzburg, whose paintings were ti urdaj and Sunday mornings fron
'vc hem on exhibition until Nov. a.m. to noon.
KOSt AND DAVID KSAVSt
kraus<*s Houorees At
Ner Tamid Dinner
Monday
For Victory I Hit
Meeting
David and Hose Krause will be
the recipients of the State of Is
Bel Masada Award at the annual
remple Ner Tamid Israel Dinner
.1 Slate Sunday. Nov. 25. at the
i ontainebleau Hotel.
The Masada Award was created
the worldwide Israel Bond Or-
Postponement Of Dinner In
Lehrmon's Honor Announced
Postponement of the dinner and
lance honoring Dr. Irving Lehr-
nan's 30th anniversary as rabbi i
f Temple Emanu-Fl was announ ,
ed Wednesday by Dr. Sherman K. I *' |on- io recogniM oulstand-
'-Caplan and He. Deri >adkin. CO- d^,p and niltabi,. achieve-
hairmen of the communitywMe I *n( jn fortlfyin8 ,hl. economic
ribute. (o|lM(i;,(i<>ns of Israel and strength-
The delay was dictated by the nj|) j(s hop(,s f,,r peace and
ontbreak of the fourth Arab-Israeli ,,,,,,!/, 1)r. Eugene I.abovitz,
,., on Vom Kippur, Dr. Kaplan ,,.|iu,.1| |eader 0f Temple Ner
.md Sadkin said. The gala event r.imi(, explained.
I ill be rescheduled at a later date. Dayi(j Krau.s(, j.s
Temple Ner Tamid
Mrs. Ross U-M Assoc. Dean
The University of Miami Schon!
f Nursing has created the POSI
-,on of associate dean and
( armen F. Ross. R.N.. M \
been named as the first to ml it
Mrs Ross was affiliated w h
.Mount Sinai Hospital ol Grcale.
Miami for 17 years when
positions of director of
i,eetor of mirsim
education and dii..... Ult
School of Practical Nursing.
a trustee of
and a mem
cr of the North Shore Lodge of
B'nai B'rilh. Prior to moving to
Miami from waS active in B'nal Brith. and is
50-year member of Congregation
B'nai Moshe there.
Rose Krause i* a life
Victory Unit of the Papanico
laou Cancer Research Institute
vill hold a business meeting at
he Washington Federal. 633 NE
:C7th St., North Miami Beach.
Monday at lu:.u a.m., it has been
uinounced.
Following the business portion
I the meeting, Mark Wilson, a
>.7-vcar employee of Southern Bell
Telephone Company, will talk on
Fashions. Fads and Phones." He
vill illustrate his 12:30 p.m. lec-
ture with slides.
The group plans an Italian
uneheon in the same location Sat
inlay. Nov. 10. as a fund-raising
iroject. The noon event will be
atered by Rosa DcRcnzo. Rcserva
tions are limited and should be
made at once by telephoning Rose
Whiteman.
rmber
New Films at Wometeo'p
"Tales That Witness Madness"
will open Friday at Wometco's
Mayfair Theater. A double feature.
Blood of the Dragon" and "Won
imid's Sisterhood, der Women" will be featured at
life member of Hadassah ; the Town. Among holdovers arc-
She served as a presi-1 "Cabaret" and '.Last of the
the Carib.
;- a
and ORT.
the B'nai Moshe Sisterhood | Hot Lovers" at I
Ving to Florida with her -American GraffiU
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Complete furnished & equipped, incl. utilities.
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24 hour switchboard & elevator service
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Oceanfront & swimming pool
Entertainment program
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ominium
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no ground or recreation lease to cost
you more. 5% down moves you right
into The Parkwoods condominium
community. From $25,100. Reception
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Expressway entrance and Midway Mai!.
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By ROSEMARY FURMAN
Florida's growing, growing, and
gone soon will be most of what
has made Florida so attractive to
so many people. That's the mes-
sage that Rep. Marshall Harris
r turned with from the Florida
i'000 conference in Orlando ...
Legislators are becoming
concerned with the rate of our
State's development and plan to
make it the number-one priority
in this year's session at Tallahas-
see. One of the plans afoot is to
make newcomers bear the cost
oming here in terms of util-
ities, public services and more
taxes. Maybe we got our home
addition done just in time.
it
Another kind of addition will
he happening at Eli and Lisa
Timoner's house. A new sister or
brother for Rachel and .Indira.
# it
Other women are interested in
a different kind of production.
The new group, WAIT I Women
Artists It's Timei. met at the
University of Miami and an-
nounced a) their existence and
b) that they plan an art show at
the new YWCA in downtown
Miami ...
Their next meeting is on Nov.
20 at the home of Phyllis Salz in
Coconut Grove.
tSr ft ??
Some more art stuff: Harriet
Harris (Marshall's wife) is pub
Jicity chairman for the Pelican
Art Show at Ransom School. The
professional exhibition will take
:e Dec. l in the form of a
..hole day affair. 1 hear that
Hi adinaster Walker, of Hansom.
will be leaving next year, which
es the way for the merging
tansom and Everglades.
I finally met Sal Rosencrantz.
Miami Beach masseur, afi'ecl ion-
known by his friends as \
"Goldenfingers." Howard Schar-
lin, Stanley Arkin, Morris Bark,
Jay Siegel, Eli Timoner and Pas-
cale Eildier (my houseguest from I
from Paris) are just some of
1hosc who cannot straighten up
without him. As for an appoint-
ment, forget it it's like some
private schools, you have to ap-
plv before you are born.
it it a
This past week has been, of
course, an extraordinary one.
Down at Federation there was a
small meeting of women and
over $35,000 was raised. I walked
into the meeting at 11:31, Judy-
Smith, (Mrs. Martin Smith) was
talking, and by 11:32. I was
drenched in tears. Judy told of a
man who gave ten cents of the
dollar in his pocket, and hoped
to give more when his welfare
check was due. You had to be
there; in fact, you should be
there.
tf it -fr
Hubert Humphrey spoke to an-
other small group of Miami Is-
rael givers. I've never heard a
more impassioned speech by a
tmore dynamic speaker. Lots of
people gave at that one, but I
was particularly touched by Joy
Haft, who raises her gift each
time she goes to a meeting. And
1 know I shouldn't mention it,
but Shirley Trinz gave away her
money saved for a family vaca-
tion to Israel.
ft t- &
Toba Meiselman reports that
the Miami Dade Community Col-
lege continuing education courses
for women are going strong. She's
taking an eight-week course in
Beth Tov Sisterhood Event
The kick-off event of the season
for the Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Tov will be a catered dinner and
games nite Sunday beginning at
6:30 p.m. at the temple. Minnie
SchaJler and Mildred Weiss are ac-
cepting reservations. _
the performing arts, and last
week Phyllis Eisman talked to
the group about poetry.
Chlckee Chatter: Two tourneys
this past weekend. One at Con-
tinental Park in South Dade
where Susan Gibson took first
honors Jay Meiselman, age 10.
got t ) the semi-finals, losing to
first seed Kenny Kieinfield, in
three sets, A: thi Sonesta Beach
Hotel, '.' i> stair and (elia Go-
mez vied lor first, At this writ-
ing, no winner ...
Jane Sloan. Sylvia Blau, John
Hammill. Richard Miller, and
Ronnie Meyers were just some
of those basking on the Kej Bi
cayne beaches while waiting for
their matches ...
I ) lived Bonny Smith who fit-
ted me in between her chores as
pro at the Fontainebleau and her
Virginia Slims tour. But she
managed to find the 15 minutes
needed to demolish me ...
I'm beginning to think tennis
is not my racket. But gabbing is.
so, watch out Louella, wherever
you are.
Mizrachi Chapter
Member Lunch
On Sunday
Mizrachi Women's Business and
Professional Chapter has slated a
paid-up membership luncheon for
Sundav at the home of Mrs. Rose
Shapiro, 1905 Calais Dr. Dues will
be accepted at the door.
Paid-up members will be invited
at attend a Mizrachi Women's
membership rally at the Hebrew
Academy, Miami Beach, Sunday.
Nov. 11, at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Rose
Shapiro, sponsor, will present a
weekend for two at the Montmartre
Motel
The chapter meetings are held
the last Sunday of the month at
the Washington Federal, Normandy
Isle.
irt Forum Schedule*
Illustrated Discussions
The Monthly Art Forum spon-
sored bv the Miami Beach Art
Club, will hear an illustrated talk
on "The Contemporary Art Scene"
Friday, Nov. 9, at 8 p.m. at Wash
Ington Federal, 1234 Washington
Ave. Speaker will be Robert Thiele,
painter and art instructor at Mi-
ami Dade Community College.
Tuesday, Nov. 13, at 7 p.m. in
the Miami Beach Public Library,
Rolfe Nyberg will demonstrate.'
with his own creations, a dicsus-:
sion of "Metal Sculpture the Mod-
ern War "
The Women's Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration recently held a key leadership meeting on behalf
of the 1974 CJA-IEF campaign. Shown above (from left/ are
Mrs. Morton Weinberger, Women's Division vice president
for campaign; Mrs. Donald Lefton chairman of the Miami
Beach area board and Mis. Leonard Friedland, a Women's
Division vice president for campaign.____________
VICE MAYOR SEEKS REELECTION TV ESP AY
Bol) Goodman Takes Commanding Lead
In Miami Beach Council Race District 1
An unprecedented surge of in-
lividual and gr lup endorsements
this week pushed Vice Mayor Bob
Goodman Into the lead in the hot-
ly contested Miami Beach council-
only a slight favorite until the.
final week of campaigning began.
Many of Goodman's principal
supporters devoted their entire
energies and time to the Israel
Bond and Israel Emergency
Fund campaigns. with the
popular vice mayor himself
pitching in at numerous spon-
taneous rallies and meetings for
Israel.
But, as the ceasefire took hold
in the Middle East, interest mount-
ed steadily in the councilmanic
race which will be decided Tues-
day. Polls will be open from 7 a.m.
until 7 p.m., and Goodman stres-
sed there will be no runoff re-
gardless of the vote Tuesday.
A graduate of Miami Beach
Senior High school and the Uni-
versity of Florida, Goodman has
a strong edje among voters who
have lived in the city for many
years.
Intensive campaigning by Good-
BOB (.(KIDMAN
manic race for Group 1, norther-
most of the city's three election
districts.
Goodman, elected four years ago
by an overwhelming vote citywide
ran up a large margin in the area
now covered by District 1, but was
WILLIAM SCHUSEL
Miami Hebrew Academy, God-
man is an active member of
Temple Emanu-EI, B'nai B'rith,
Knights of Pythias and numer-
ous other Jewish and non-sec-
tarian organizations.
Latest honor for Goodman was
his selection by the Miami Beach
Jaycees for their highly coveted
Good Government Award. Other
awards and recognition came from
the Miami Beach Board of Rela-
tors, Miami Beach Executive Club,
the TDA, Miami Beach Elks Lodge.
Junior Citizens of Miami Beach,
radio station WIOD and the Bi^j
Brothers of Greater Miami.
Officers and active members of
such Miami Beach organizations as
the Optimists, Kiwanis and Elks
joined together in various assign
ments for the Goodman commit-
tee. The young councilmanwho
was elected by his fellow council-
men as their vice mayor after two
years of distinguished service on
the Beach City Council is a
member of those organizations as
man will be highlighted Sunday ^'^ as other civic groups.
and Monday evenings with the get-
out-the-vote rallies at the North
Shore Community Center, 7275
Collins Ave. Admission is free.
and the Public is invited to meet
and hear the vice mayor.
leader Morris (Moe) Schifln:
and civic leader Milton' Gay nor.
Howard Katzeii, Temple Mi I
rah Israel Bond1: chairman; W
lian Schusel, bt nker and off
of numcious civic groups: Gera
K. Schwartz. Elks and Temple Ii
rael officer; David Miller. T.
Beth Sholom sparkplug; and Dr.
Bernardo Benes, Cuban Jewish
community leader, are key Goi
man committee chairmen.
Other volunteers include Dr.
and Mrs. Leonard Haber. Dr.
and Mrs. Norman Liebman. God
frey Pereil, Bayard Shell and
Aaron Farr.
A volunteer force of several
hundred high school and C0lleg(
Students together with senior citi-
zen leaders and club members be-
gan an intensive door-to-door can-
vassing effort in District 1 for
Goodman's reelection.
With the election only a few
days off. the tide had swung de-
cisively to Goodman, and efforts
shifted to assuring a heavy vote
for the councilmanic and mayor-
alty races and for bond issues to
be decided Tuesday.
DR. BERNARDO BENES
IRVING FIRTEL
A director of the Greater
The ranks of Goodman sup-
porters include Chamber of Com-
merce and banking leader Bar-
ton Goldberg, Zionist leaders
Ben Giller and Gerald Schwartz
Elks and Hebrew Academy
president Irving Firtel, tenants'
BARTON GOLDBERG
PAID POL. ADV.
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FEDERATION'S 35th ANNUAL MEETING
JWV Auxiliary Leaders ,
Attend Nad Gathering
Outgoing Federation president Robert Russell (top right) ad-
mires his special award presented in recognition of his
many services to the Miami and world Jewish community.
At left is David Fleeman, new Federation president. Harry
A. (Hep) Levy, (center photo) outgoing chairman of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's CJA-IEF, received a
3.0C0-year-old ceramic urn from Israel in recognition of his
many services to the Miami and world Jewish community.
With him is Mrs. Harry B. Smith, chairman of the event
Below, Mrs. Donald Lefton and Melvin Morgenstem (right)
who received the President's Leadership Award axe shown
with Robert Russell, who presented the awards in recogni-
tion of their outstanding service to the Miami Jewish com-
munity.
Ellen BuksteFs
Parents Announce
Her Engagement
Dr. and Mrs. Leslie T. Bukstel,
0">5 NW 123th Ter.. North Miami,
innounco the en ragement of their
| laughter, Ellen Marg tt, to James
Sari Wesl of Ft Myers, son of
; Mrs. Tommie We t of St. Peters-
berg, and Donald M. West of Jack-
I0IM i.li'.
Miss Bukstel, the granddaughter
! :>f pioneer Miami Beachiles, Mr.
' and Mrs. Maxwell Hyman, is a
graduate of North Miami Senior
High School, where she was a
cheerleader, active in Student
Government, secretary of Preps
Service Club, Sweetheart of Civitan
Club, voted most talented in the
j Senior Class. She received an As
I ;ociate of Arts Degree from Uni-
versity of South Florida and will
graduate from Florida state Uni-
versity in Tallahassee in March,
with a d"grcc in Advertising De
ign,
Mr. Wesl graduated from North-
, aast High School in St. Petersberg,
[St. Petersburg Junior College and
j the University of South Florida,
with a degree in Psychology. At
! the present time he is a field rep
resentative for General Motors
Acceptance Corp. in Ft. Myers.
Radio Station Sponsoring
'Meet the Candidates' Day
WINZ radio will sponsor a
"Meet the Candidates'" day Monday
I with activities ranging from a
' riant ballot-cutting at noon on
Flagler Street to an old-fashioned
motorcade ending with speeches
I that evening at the Bayfront Park
BandshelL according to general
manager Dick Fixaris.
"We feel it's vitally important
that the citizens who are going to I
the polls be familiar with the is-
, sues and the candidates." Fixaris ;
1 added. Both Miami and Miami
i Beach mayoralty candidates will
be given time on the Craig Worth- I
| ing show on WINZ Monday night.
Shirley A. Tragash of Miami
Beach, president of the Depart
men! of Florida Jewish War Vet-
ian-. Ladies Auxiliary, will at-
rnd the national executive com-
mittce meeting of the National
h War Veteran.- Ladii s Aux-
iliary in Washington, DC. Nov.
i to 4 Mrs. Tragash will be ac
ompanicd by past national presi-
lents Malvina v. Freeman of Hoi-
ywood, Rose Schorr ol Hallandale
ind Billie Kirn of Miami Beach.
Vlso, pasl department presidents
\av Lingaton of Miami. Sally Levj
>f Miami Beach, and Zelda Wcin
stein of Hallandale.
to
The activities this week of the
luxiliaries in Cade and Broward
Counties are:
Norman Bruce Brown 174: A
regular meeting will be held on
l'u< sday at 0;30 p.m. at the Pythian
Tail, 4601 W. Flagler St., con
lucted by Esther Jacobs, presi
dent.
Robert K. Iran/Mail 177: A Las
Vegas Nile will he held on Satur
day at !i p.m. at Temple Israel.
Minimal.
llialruh-Miami Springs 681: A
breakfast meeting will he held on
Sunday at u 30 a.m. at Temple
Tifereth Jacob, Hialeah, conducted
by Eva De Young, president.
Col. David Marcus 746: A hoard
meeting will be held on Wedr.es
daj id 8:30 p.m. at the Financial
Federal, 650 NW 183rd St., con
ducted by Florence Wrona, presi
dent.
M. B. Hadassah Groups
Plan Monthly Meetings
Teenagers Featured At
B'nai Raphael Services
Friday evening services at Con-
gregation B'nai Raphael at 8:15
p.m. will feature a symposium con-
ducted by three teenagers who
toured Israel this past summer on
a United Synagogue Youth Israel
Pilgrimage. Mary Rich. Jeff Ger-
etenfeld, and Brad Saperstein will
report to the congregation the im-.
pressions they garnered while in ;
Israel.
At the conclusio.i of the service.
Susan Laube. a member of the
B'nai Raphael Hebrew School, will
he presented with a plaque bear-
ing her name and donated by the
Jewish War Veterans Colonel
David Marcus Post No. 746. Miss j
Laube won the plaque for her es-1
eay on "What Judaism Means to ,
me as an American."
OVT mtrtcTH
mt
ifff
fummms
Miami Beach Chapter ol Harias-
ah group meetings on the fol-
lowing dates:
Soutligate Group will have an
Ontg Shabbat in the terrace room
ol the north bldg. on Saturday, at
1 p.m., sponsored bj Mr. and Mrs.
William Rosenberg in honor of
'heir recent marriage. Entertain-
ment will he furnished by Dolly
Kramer and Nata I'tal and their
'Ensemble "
Kadimah liroup meeting at noon
on Monday, at the Singapore Ho-
tel with Mrs. Abe Kusiin presid-
ing.
tfanna Senesch Group meeting
at Algiers Hotel on Monda> al
noon, A film, "War and Peace.'1
will be shown. Mrs. Barnett Baron
will preside.
'Billy HiW To
Be Cast Locally
The world premiere of "Billy
Hill." a new musical by Gerome
Ragni and Gait McDermott, the
authors of "Hair." will be present-
(I by The Coconut Grove Play-
house for a limited two week run
ipening Wednesday evening Nov.
28.
The large acting company of 33 '
will be east locally in Miami, where .
the show will rehearse during the
month of November. Prior to the
ipening, there will be two pre-
view performances. Tuesday eve-
ling, Nov. Ti and Wednesday mati-
nee, Nov. 28.
A special attraction, not part of
the regular Coconut Grove Play-
house subscription season. "Billy
Hill" is being offered to season j
subscribers at exclusive discount
prices.___________________ I
Salad Luncheon Set
The Sisterhood of Temple
Tifereth Jacob will have a salad
luncheon Thursday, Nov. 15 at
noon. The program will feature
cosmeticians who will give a skin
analysis, facial and make-up. Mrs.
Bea Briklod is in charge of reser-
rations.
Stephen S. Wise (iroup lunch-on
meeting at the Barcelona Hotel
.it noon on Monday. Mrs. Emanucl
Mentz, president of the Miami
Beach Chapter of Hadassah. will
be guest speaker, with Mrs. Ger-
trude Sosna presiding.
Haim Yassky (iroup meeting at
noon at Byron Hall on Wednesday,
with Mrs. Murray Cohen presid-
ing.
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Friday, November 2, 1973
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With ISAIIFI. fllCOVK
Frances l.chman is a grandmother for the second time!
Brian, -on ol Shirlr-y and Jcn Lehman, was born Oct. 27 at
.Mount Sinai Medical Center weighing in al 7 lbs. 14 ozs. He
loins big brother Jean William who is 2 yrs. and 3 mos, older.
Great-grandmother is nidi" Rothschild who celebrated her B3rd
birthday last month, and maternal grandmother is Ruth WUnouta
oi Webster Springs, W. Va.
*
Anniversarj time for Ruth and Benjamin Gresne of Miami
Beach. He was from Connecticut and she was from Pennsylvania,
bul they mel here, married here and have lived here all of the
Si years of Iheir marriage. They have two daughters, Pamela.
now Mrs. Herbert Lichl of Orlando, and Didi, now Mrs. Robert
Rcinstehi r.' "iverdale, N.Y., and four grandchildren: Almee
Beth, 5, Mlthael Stuart, 4, and Tobl Donna, l1 all with the
last name Lknt, and Lome David Kc.nsicin, a mere nine months

Interesting news from LUUan M. Sehoen, Immediate past
prcsidcnl Department of Florida, .Jewish War Veterans Auxili-
ary who dr. v north as far as Ottawa, Ontario, last month for a
family reunion and the engagement party of a niece. Found the
foliage "magnificent- all through New England and Canada. On
the way. .-he .topped off in Hyde Park, N.Y., to attend grave-
.ji,. services on the 89th anniversary of Eleanor Roosevelts
birth and the presentation of a silver bicentennial eommemora-
the medal to the Roosevelt f.ibmry. Accepting the medal, which
|S the size f n silver dollar, from Mrs. Marj T. Brooks, director
,l ,,. i ,S. Bureau of the Mint, was franklin D. Roosevelt Jr.
Mrs Schocn met all the celebrities, including Franklin Jr.'s
wife, who is a granddaughter of Felix Warburg. She was particu-
lar!, proud i" tell them thai Eleanor Rooscvell had been an hon-
orary mom! I JWVb National l.adi".'. Auxiliary, and that she
it was an immediate pas' president. This made it easy for
,., ,,; lh( autographs." Sen. Edward F. Kennedy has
also i eeived one of the medais-for display in the John F. Ken-
nt.d} [.ibrarj in Cambridge, Mass., and plans are pending for
presentation to the Harry S. Truman I.ibran in Independence.
Wo.

Letter from David Berman in Israel to his parents here
tells them that the international phone lines had been so jammed
that he hadn't bun able to get through. David, who went on his
own to Israel as soon as the war started, is working in Rcvadim
and is "OK." Finds the situation in the kibbutz "normal except
for the many people who arc away 'in the army) and the black-
mil at night Son of Mi. and Mrs. Herat] Berman who are He-
brew education educators in the community (he is at Beth
David and she is ai i emple Judra) David "grew up in Beth
David" as Rabbi Sol Landau puts it. He is a graduate of Coral
Gabies High and attended the University of Florida. He had
spent four month! at a kibbutz in Israel last >.....' and his sister,
Leah, think- he is determined to stay this time. It is evident that
he thinks ol the eounlrv as op writes "I've never seen so much
unity and love and brotherhood anywhere at any time in my life
as now, here Whatever happens, this is my home and 1 love it
with every part of me. Motly (a friend) is a medic paratrooper in
Golan. One "a.'- or other, we're here to sta\ and nobody will take
Israel."
*
If you want to find someone who can get things done, look
for a busy person. That Old saying can be applied to Helene
y.elt/.er, wife of mayoralty candidate Je'ry Zeltzer. A full-time
student at Florida International University on her way to a
bachelor's degree, Helens is campaigning all the way with her
husband, as well as running a household which includes the
Zeltzer's threi children, Ktnunle, Aimer and Art and a goldfish
named Chuck. The children are students at Hebrew Academy.

The Southern Society of Orthodontists had a three day
meeting Oct 21-23 at the Contemporary Hotel. Disney World.
Some 800 members of the group from the Southeastern U.S.
heard lectures on current research and new advances in ortho-
dontia. Dr. Malcolm Mc.ister of Miami, who is president of the
Fh.rida State Orthondontie Society, said that al a recent con-
ference board members of the group discussed insurance pro-
grams in rtnodontia and established a review committee to work
with insurance companies and state dental societies. Honda
state board members *ho met included Drs. Robert Edgerton.
Orlando; Donald Eifert, Clearwater. and William Thompson.
Bradenton. ___
A ISeiv Matzo Cracker
Made By Manischewitz
Joseph Golden, president of the
Southeast Region. United Syna-
gogue ol America, participated in
a special countrywide leadership
conference of the United Syna-
gogue of America in New York
City Monday. Oct. 22.
A resident of North Miami
Beach. Golden's region represents
BO conservative congregations,
comprising the states of Florida.
Georgia, Alabama. South Carolina.
Louisiana, Tennessee, and Missis-
sippi with a total membership of
20.000 families.
The organisation issued the fol-
lowing statement.
The United Synagogue of Amer-
ica welcomes the ceasefire in the
Middle East which brings a halt
to bloodshed and the tragedy Of
war. This ceasefire, we pray, will
bring in it* wake mature and sin-
cere negotiation to the end that
the recourse to arms will be for-
ever eliminated.
This desired outcome presup-
poses the following:
Recognition of the legitimate
ftuvereign r.giits Oi tne State of
Israel.
Establishment of secure and
viable boundaries amongst the
States of the Middle East.
Economic cooperation among
the states of the Middle East.
An ongoing effort to replace
the mood of hate and distrust with
i growing effort of reciprocal trust
and friendship. These conditions
must finally and basically be ad-
dressed to the end that the cease-
fire may be followed by true peace
and. God willing, mutual amity.
J
No one knows mat/os better than
Manischewitz. And if Manischeu it?
brings out a new matzo. you just
know it's going to be pretty special
It's called Manischewitz Honey
and Spice Matzo Crackers. The
name tells why it's different, and
the taste will tell that there has
never been a more delicious nosh.
As an extra added attraction, it
makes a great Matzo Brci. Here's
the easy n cipe:
HONEY i SPICE MATZO BRES
:t Manischewitz Honey and Spice
Mat/os
3 eggs
2 tbs. milk
2 tbs. butter or margarine
Break mat/os into pieces. Cover
,.;.i, water, then pour off excess
water. *
Melt butter or nrirgarine in skil-
; let, add natzos and brown lightly.
r.lend SSWN and milk. Pour over
s and fry, stirring frequently
until eggs an.
IF YOU ARE NOT PART OF
THE SOLUTION YOU ARE
PART OF THE PROBLEM"
VOTE YES
BOND ISSUE NO. 7
HELP SUPPORT OPERATION
RE-ENTRY
Endorsed By The Following:
DR. BERNARDO AND RICKY BENES,
President Health Planning Council
MRS. PEARL BERGER
BARBARA AND JASON BERKMAN
BOB BURNS
JACK B. COOPER
RUTH DAVIDSON
DR. AND MRS. STANLEY H. EDER
RUTH AND SIDNEY FEUER
PHYLLIS K. AND RAMON B. FISCH
MIKE AND DAVID FLEEMAN
TOBY AND LEONARD FRIEDLAND
VICE MAYOR ROBERT GOODMAN
BARBARA AND JACK GORDON
NANCY AND HERSCHEL GREEN
MELVIN AND ELSA GREENBERG
MAYOR CHUCK HALL
FLORENCE AND ISADORE HECHT, JR.
NORMA AND JERRY KIPNIS
DR. SOLOMON LICHTER
DR. E. WALLACE MAST
GERSHEN AND JEANETTE MILLER
PHYLLIS AND DAVID MILLER
ETHEL AND DONALD MURRAY
MAUREEN AND STEVE MUSS
ANN PALMER
MINNIE PETT
PAUL RUTHFIELD
MARILYN AND GEORGE SIMON
SECRETARY OF STATE RICHARD STONE
JUDGE NELAN SWEET
TERRI AND HARRY THAL
MS. EDITH (EDIE) THAL
SAM WEISS
COUNCILMAN DR. SIMON WIKLER
MRS. HELEN WINARICK
JUDGE JERRY ZELTZER
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Pd. Pol. Adv.


Fridcy November 2, 1973
* A ntstl fieri Hinn
Pago 11-B
Better Campaign For City Council Managed by Wife Caribbean Hotel Reopens V.... 18
an ttor, candidate of the Leo Rapaport of Miami Beach lefi
each City Council (Dis- last week fur ferael And ban's
th of Lincoln Rd., had brother, David. lt ,i graduate
, have his brother and -tudent near Tel Aviv was due
her ill,' as his co-campaign here for the campaign ending Nov
- i>ut his wife, Margie, .;. However, the families agreed
is serving i>tead. that ii was mure Important for the
, original campaign manager- uvo young men i<. be in Israel at
Israel because of the this lime.
He Easl situation. Thll
e( brotoer-in-law, Mike h ,mportant is &$
Rapapojl. 21. son of .Mr. and Mrs. whe ^^ ^ [^J
m- in the Middle Bast today."
aid Retter, a graduate of the Ye
Kent Control
\\ Necessity'
Meverson Savs
'iis wife ;;ikI their two pre-scho >l
age rhildren on North Bay Rd.
Retter and his wife ere doing
their part in the Mideast crisis In
addition to monies donated, they
have takl | lime off from cam
paigning to raise funds tor the
Israel emergency, and hosted an
election in Miami Beach enu,rSen-,y fund-raising meeting at
their home last week for residents
ot their neighborhood. The lund
request of the Greater Miami Jew-
of the dealer Miami Jewish Fed
Ima in New York, who lives with eration.
Vice Mayor Godtnan Accelerates
His M.B. (lily Council Campaign
Vice Mayor Robert Goodman ac-
celerated his campaign tor re-
celcrated his campaign for re-
Council tliis week.
Voters in the District 1 race
will decide who sets the four-
agency of Garber and Goodman. I
he is a graduate of the University
of Florida and Miami Beach Sen-
lor High School and is a member
of the George Gershwin Lodge,
Knights of Pythias, Optimist In
irraj Meyerson. candidate for
Miami Beach City Council, says
rent control in the South
i: .;-. area of Miami Beach is a
necessity and is the "will of the
i' 'pie.'
lent control should be the re-
sponsibility of the state or county
government. However, by their
faiiare
bj the
In .i'
i Ij passed by the State Legis-
laturc." Meyerson said. "As a coun-1 Elected by an overwhelming modernization ot "the city:s rescue
cilman, I would fight to establish ^0, four years ago. Goodman re- service with doctors on ambu-
rrn controls in Miami Beach. : cently received the Miami Beach lances, obtaining Muss Park, itn-
'Man> Individuals living on ?5>c?es' ('00(l Government Award, proving tennis and soil facilities
fixi I ii
. | nc r.:
an some....
tak the burden off these people.' of ("*eater Miami AwariL
The Caribbean Hotel. Miami
Beach, launches its winter season
Nov. 18 with even sign that this
a ill be one o| its busies,) ,yeai s.
'I In popular Kosher holt I oc
upios an ntire 11 canfront block
ei famous Collins Avenue, from
17th lo 38th Strei ts.
Ownei -: i neral manager, Sam
!che< ei !. u Ii ii' familj operat d
inding hotels in tthe Cat skills
lor mae\ years, says the hotel wa>
Complete! redecorated lor the
..inter season, and all the rooms
iverc refurbished, and just to walk
into th.' spaikling orange-beige
lobby and see the blue Atlantic
'rom the poolsidc window, will
make you want to extend youi
,tay.
The Caribbean features a heat
d. fresh water swimming pool
and patio, and a long expanse ot
sandy beach. The spacious rooms
have radio. TV, air conditioi
and heating to ensure guesl
ultimate in comfort
Dailj services are conductc
the Caribbean's private occunfront
i gue ofl the main lobby.
Dancin entertainment and many
,o ial activities also await t!"..'
guesti, The hotel also offers i ee
pai king on tie' pn mi -
The Caiibbean chef caters t'>
.pec.a1 (let- with salt free, sugar-
ree and fat-free meals available.
All mea -' rvi d i- strictly Koshi
G alt
Gershwin \*)(* Meeting
George Gershwin l.odfie lfM>,
ivniehts ol Pythias, has scheduled
* general meeting for Monday,
Nov. 19. at tthe Surfside Commu-
aity Center. Mitchell S. Zeiger U
chancellor commander, and Max
Kaniinski is vice chancellor.
to act. it has been inherited "BI ^m Juesdy Polls wi" ** ^Hional and Miami Beach Ki
municipal government as ?**" n ,7 Unti7 EmJ and
d v the Enabling Ac re feSSJ? *H22P' l' Goodman's leadership for the
,>,.-,.,! hv thn fit.*. !;.. "eadquaitei-s stressed. ,.,....... .,,....... .*____.....
operation Re-entry drug program,
individuals living on *">c*es i-ooci Government Award. | proving tennis and soil facilities
iome on South Beach are nas also received the WIOD and providing tighter zoning con
of Increasing rents sta"on'8 Distinguished Serv- irols has won him widespread ac-
lething must be done to ,c.e ;Uvald and tnc B'S Brothers claim.
hi dded
rson, who has lived in the
A director of the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy, Goodman is an
So h Bea th area for 30 years. '"'}]u' m*m,ber ol Temple Emanu-
'.'id the Miami Beach Council
needs someone who has lived in
the area long enough to know tin
wi tidngs of city government and
stands the needs of the
people in this area.
! erson said that if elected, he
feel it an obligation not
to vote for the benefit of tin
Goodman continued this week
to pick up endorsements from
newspapers, civic groups, business
and labor leaders, and from scores
of individuals.
RI, llatikvah Lodge of B'nai B'rith
and has been in the forefront of
numerous Zionist and Israeli
causes.
Goodman has received special
recognition from the Miami Beach Cerebral I'alsv will have a mem-
Board of Realtors. Miami Beach bership coffee Saturday at 1:30
l)CP Saturday Coffee
Miami Woman's Unit of United
Executive Club. Junior Citizens of
Miami Beach. Miami Beach Social
. but to especially rep *M, Miami Beach Elks Lodge
,. ... ,pie 0r nis (li., ..;., "MMIm Tourist Development Au-
n "short h in ted
thoriU
p.m. at the Alsiers Hotel. There
will be entertainment and a "Mad
Hatters'' contest In charge of re-
servation-, arc Mrs. Helen I'arncss
fe
ars.
President of the advertising and Mrs. Ann Dimino.
INTEGRITY
PLUS
CONCERN
MELVYNE W.
SOMMERS
District 2
CITY COUNCIL OF MIAMI BEACH
Pull Lever 11-A
Pi. Pol. Adv.
7 0 YOl TELEPHONE CALLERS
0 SPIT HATRED, BIGOTRY AND
SThSEMITISM
'Your threats do not scare me. Yes, a Jew is running for the office of
Mavor, and when elected, will support and represent ALL of the people."
Elect
ROLAND HOROVITZ
FOR MAYOR
CITY OF MIAMI
Lever 5-A
U. Pal. Adv.


Poge 12-B
* it-nisl lfh irWiiiir
Friday. November 2, !9^"3
Bar Mitzvah
T Plans Activities Red llageu David Ambulance
For No-School Days Dedication Scheduled Nov. II
Nov, 7,8,9 and 12
Jeffrey Levey Adrienne Breiler Isaac Worshow
BAKKY PELTZ
barrj Scott, son of Mi- mid Mrs.
i p lc Pi 11/ will observe Ins Bar
Mitzvah during Saturda) morning
/ices ,n Beth Torah Congrega-
. Nov .'i.
'I he cell branl i- in the < ighth
.!( .a John l' Kennedy Junior
i School where he i- in the
! band ai d w in award in
il tudii idenl
"i i Beth
Harold '.*
uo] and isurei of
I'i'll/ V. 1,1 I
pii
ii '
. in ; in Mr
nd Mr.
i and iin
Ja U ixi i "I a'' Vork
JEFFREY LEVEY
s ;ii :
Beth i .i\ id Co Nov.
th Ba Mitzvah ol
ej Edwa i. son of Mr. and
Irs Bi rton I i 8480 S 133rd j
Ji 'I. i (udenl in
Ito Jun
i n he is i
it the student council and
phone in the ind en-
and. He is also on the
.ill team, en the varsitj vol-
\' all and Softball team and
with tn Kenuail Football
ii He has attended Beth
i Religious School since kin-
arten and i- new in the Hay
hi. mbei
tor Club at Bi th i>av id, and
in Young Judea,
Jeffrey will be honored at a
tion i<> be held al Beth
David. Among guests will be his
grandparents, Mr, and M'.-. I
Bloom and Mrs. Ida Levey ol Mi
mi l'.i a
ISAA< WARSHOW
I iaac Mai: W -.,' f Mr
ii Enriqu la, will be-
a Bai
3 at ft mpi
all.
Isaac
ilus Jui .li ii
ool
II be hon
' .1 .
the i
i Uenoial
OME PIVNIK
Jc son hi Mr. and
Shi dm: i Pivnik, will be
to read a portion of the
Torah at his Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day, Nov. 3, ai Temple Judea oi
Coral Gables
Jerome an eighth gradi student
al Richmond Heights Junior High
Is a membi r ol Boj Scout
i i02 and the Southern Cross
Astronomical Society,
Ci Ii b al n ith hi family will
be his g and| an nd Mrs
Saul Pivnik of Miai Bea 'h and
Mis Joan Zabnei o Wiami,
ai d hi brothi. Eric and li
ADRIENNE BRE1TI R
Ad ienne, dan i,ti i of Mr
CO 111
Bal Mitj ih I 'ridaj i \
pi i Wi
. i an 8th .
. utilus Junioi
nl.
: I be a K lu h follow
irvii al homi rhe 11 le
brai t will also be hoi on d
ian lona Hotel
i vi ninj
>."<. KK I WER
'i Wr. and
Mrs. I ni '
u nl n come Bar Mitzvah
irdi Nov. 3 v. udath
Israel Hebrew Institute.
Aaron is an eighth gi ade student
at M iami Militai 5 Academy, He
ed hi 11 ligious 1 raining at
1 I .
A rec ption in honor of the Bai
Vlitzvah will be given bj liis par-
ents immi liatel) after the serv
ices, ir. the synagogue. Relatives
nil mi n will include Stanley
Kramer, Ins uncle from Miami
Beach and Beatrice M Reichlyn,
his aunt from Baltimore, Md.
sio'l JAHRMARKT
Scott, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Marc Jahrmarkl of North Miami,
will be Bar Miti 1 da;. Noa .
:; at T< mi u i ifereth Isi ael,
The YM YWHA of Greater Ml
ami plan- a "No School Daj
Camp" program for elementarj
ichool age children, (kindergarten
through 6th grade) al the YMHA,
3500 SW 8th St., Nov. 7. 8. 9 and
12 from it a.m. to 4 p.m.
. fully supervised program
.vili include sports, arts and crafts,
drama, movies, dances as well as
outside tiip-. The camp is open to
both YMHA members and non-
members. To register or obtain
further information call Bob
Brandt al the Y.
The Teen Department of the
YM YWHA of Greater Miami i-
I'.olding an Awan ness Retreat"
n all interested senior high
students durin the no
' -chool nexl week al Hugh
Tayloi Bi ch State Park in Foil
Laudi lah The pi am w il in
ution, movies
wimn craft
orj aw arcn -.-. woi kshops,
[In p igram in-
eludes food id 1 an
Pa 1 ic 11 bring tents, bed-
ck food clothing.
The t vi reness Ri I eal is of-
: irs as well
1'MII \ members. Po n
ph at ih, J
A "Junior High Jubilee" will
ilso be held b.i thi Ti n Dei
lut 10I days
run each daj
; 30 m, and
m
candlemaking, tie dyeing, bowling,
tripa and man) other at
, the junioi
llldellls ii :
The program is open to non-
mi mbei ..- well as YMHA mem
ister call Hat
<:> h in (he Y's Teen Depart
ment.
First new ambulance for Israel's
Magen David Adorn to be
. ated since the outbn ak 0
Yom Kippur War will be turned
over to Israel' Red C >ss serv; le
,1 ceremonies Nov. 11 at 11 a.in
ii Byron Hall, -101 69th SI Miami
Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris J W n
stein, residents of Byron Hall, con-
tributed the li'74 General Motors
vehicle, oni 1 dozen new
mbulances, bloodmobili and
cardiac rescue units provided by
South Florida Jews since the
fourth Aral) Israeli war began Oct.
8.
The ee--. monies free and onen
to the general publi \ v .il inclu i.1
"lie hments an.. .1 r< pori on the
irtivities of both the Ami
,1 d M 1 en David Icr I>ra
he M Vdom
1
1
ive sui '
tf R. and MM. !ACkR',S J. WIINSWH
ami "1 brew A Bar-1
in ;- -
Nolle 1 lion or
With l I
I
ener,
to host a
.'all Patron;
itt
the D ;
I of hen
Dinner ill
i.tii
in


Intel I
t Dr. 1
.\ ki Idu ii will be h isti bj
the eel 1 1 an nts after the
Nursery School Planned
Ten : Holl: wo. il
plans .11 open a Nur erj S
pre Ii 11 ; and Kindergarten)
i > .1 inn : Vn ex(ell nl educa-
al ;........ il 1 con-
1 v ered to 3 1
and ii will be open 10 mei
ami non men''- I tern] le
For information, call the t
Male Role Theme
Of *^ Discussion
With all Hie talk about women's
rights and community conscious
ness focused on equalit} for worn-
11. we inav be guilty of oversight
ling the importance ol the
male role and fathering.
This possibility will be disi
it an opi ponso
: and Daj 1
..I the YM VWHA 1
atei ...mi. 8500 s\\ -
daj at 7:30 p.m.
in' Male Roll u ith N
hiidren' will be the theme
address b> Dr. Syvil Marquit, a
ing psychi loj ist,
1- and molhei > in the
.'1 li omi
turtlier 1
VVeinsiock at thi YMHA,
HIGH SCHOOL
JUNIORS ANDSENIORS:
interested in an excellent liberal o ts education includ-
(' ing programs of Jewish studies tailored to your back-
ground?
Attend a special program on
YESHIVA COLLEGE AND STERN COLLEGE FOR WOMEN
DATE: TUESDAY, NOV. 6
TIME 5 to 6 P.M. or 7:30 to 8:30 P.M.
PLACE: CENTRAL AGENCY FOR JEWISH EDUCATION
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
SPEAKER: ABNER H. GROFF, DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS
WOMAN SEEKS SAME
to share 2-bedroom private
home near 163rd St. Shop-
ping Center, NMB.
Phone 947-3364
Camps
Separate Camps of Distinction
for Boys and Girls on bem
Reflection Lake
In the Hea-1 of the Pocono Mounturj ef
Noilheaste'n PeT.iylvema
Mirshmis Cruh, Pa J8315
ANNOUNCES LIMITED OPENINGS FOR
MIAMI AREA CAMPERS
Unence'led Direction for 39 ye^rs .n |h6 f "est Tradition unttor same owner-
Ship. Nation Wide Enrollments including Campe's *'oni F;orid<. Ga
Mexico City. North Carolina. Call) Maryland, Pa N J N.Y., tie* I" .
and Canada
All inclusive Camp Fee Includes Round Trip Je' I rtat on and Ba.-
via Eastern Air Lines Tota' T'ip .s 2 hours
Campers are 5 16 Camper Waiter & imi Bj>s & Girls '.6r or
11th grade
D etary Laws Observed 'is
"THE ULTIMATE IN FINE PRIVATE CAMPING"
13 magnificent new all-weather championship tennis courti with
night light*.
Nationally ranked tc-nnis pro plu; 10 Instructors.
Outstanding wjti iKiing program 3 motor boais rew 35 ft ski |ump.
Theatre workshop Naticaiiy acclaimed, on ce A gymnastics.
^-.tended canoe t. H j programs Zj sa.lboats.
4 indoor regulation B-unswick oowl'ng lanes.
5 ho'-? g'.,!l cou'se pic'i'isiona* instruction.
English i,.-id Westerp riding 7 mil is ol t-ai's.
Ham radio and electronics phol igraphy, rocki: y. rencing and karate.
Superb international start.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT TH^: DIRECTORS
IN MIAMI AT 758-9454 or OJR MIAMI REPRESENTATIVE
Mrs Jack (Nancy) Davis, 11042 Paradella Avenue.
Coral Gables, Fla. Tel. 565 7923 or 665-9147

111. I.i \M> t runs
V vv Cor. ( IMOI \.- & (iunam St.
Pmlail.-lDhii. Pennsylvania 141-W | |
Dmclors Mrs. Ei I Weinberj
1 v''-': tionol PrivateCin

Yeshiva University
Parents Are Invited
I. L PERETZ WORKMEN'S CIRCLE SCHOOL
at Israelite Center 3175 S. \V. 25th Sheet
Open for registration for its 29th year.
Proudly announces a second facility conducted two afternoons
each week and Sunday mornings at the University of Miami
Curriculum includes Jewish History, contemporary Jewish
life, Yiddish language 8, literature, Jewish Holidays, Traditions
Folk-lore and Hebrew & Jewish music.
Bus transportation.
For information contact office at
311 Lincoln Road Room 217
Phone 538-5679
or Max Gleiberman 861-7481
i


November 2, 1973
* fcvi Isti Ukriidliiair'
Page 13 B
1 : Beach City Council candidate Daniel Retter (light)
I with Sen. Henry Jackson (D-Wash.) last week in the
| n's capital to discuss municipal funding and its rela-
hip to federal revenue sharing. They also shared their
v. ws on the Middle East situation.
IZoltzer Endorsed
|P>\ Miami Beach
Employees Union

Miami Beach Judge
/ r, candidate for mayor
Beach, continues to re-
irsenrents from the citi
week he picked up tht
nt of the AFL-CIO Mi
h Municipal Employees
HI No. 1554.
Biscayne Season
Ending Tuesday
<" ; 'hound racing's richest mar-
.'.thon purse will be awarded to the
.vinners the S40.000 Irish-Amer-
can Marathon at Bhcayne Dog
l'r..( k SaM. d.iy i veiling.
Marathon Night will feature free
n irom 6:30 to 7:30. Prior
, o the 7:45 po.-t. an Irish bagpipe
2 -. :, whose camoaign has ,
, i idorsed by several of the Iband w, entertain wan songs
t organizations in the city, saluting Ireland and the U.S.
f.. ,-cd in Miami Beach for 21 Souvenir Uncle Sam hats and
[. He is a board member of|.|ish derbi(.s WJM be prcScnted to
I brew Academy, a member .. ftftA .. ,
: Beth Sholom and an ac-: iho first 5000 pa,d Emission after
p.., leader, having served on ,:3 P-m-
I arter Review Board of the Highlighting Marathon Night's
I \!i;imi Beacn before be-. ,. ,_..
f i ; a .u. racing prog: am wi! be the 12th
I n I municipal judge of the, f
I. | race Marathon and a $5,000 added
wile. Helene, is also j consolation event in the first race
\ member of the commu-; for the dogs eliminated in Iho
serves on the Tenant- j semi-finals, A $20,000 first prize
Arbitration Board for the! ,00s {f) tht, wjnn|ng owner, along
l Miami Beach, and is a pas'.' .
I t ,u ui.i R,-h aith an 86 piece set ot Irish Wa-
| Mint of the Miami Beacn r
I prs and a member of the !erford Crystal, donated by Bord
I: Academy PTA.
Flaaler Begins
Its iith Season
\\ e.dnesday Nishl
I ii for iis
ith racing season
with l-new look.
The cent tioi I the
northv I .
ompleted i;
I'heatcr. a m
' hii ire n 40-
color T\ creci
v. 'I! !. ihov n livi i nstanl
ij on the sci "i
air onditionerl a id toi ium
la ,: i apacit) of 5,000 and is
with theater tyi i seating
111 fhmi 11 bars, Mutucl win
lows are located just out ilde the
main area. The Greyhound Racing
rheater will be available for the
in cenl price of grandstand admis-
lion,
In addition to the Racing Thea-
ter and a new main entrance to
he track, Plagler is making a few
ilher changes For the first time
here will be hurdle racing dur-
'llR the day as well as at night.
The track will also offer two Big
l's and S2 Trifecta wagering on
line races.
The two-month meeting ill last
through Jan. n and will be high
ii-hted by the final of the $100,000
International Classic, the world's
-ichest greyhound race, Saturday
light, Dec. 8.
Racing will be held nightly be-
(inning at 7:45 except Sunday
Matinees will be Tuesday, Thurs-
lay and Saturday with a 1 p.m.
io LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEHKBY fllVEN thai
'Ii.- undersigned, desiring In engage
n I'M.....>si under the fictitious name
if M P I) COMPANY al :!>"" X W
T.MIi Street. Mlnml Intend to register
Hid n t.i.- ,v nil tin c -iii k '.f ihi> Clr-
uii Court nf Dade Count v, Florida
MAX SWARTZ
PETER SWARTZ
DAVID BWAKTZ
MORTON B 7.KMKI,
Vttnrney for applicant
Suite lit
" i.*:;i; \ K |9th Ave.
North Miami Beach. Fla S3I62
II 2-9-111 '_'.:
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL I
OF FLORIDA IN 'NO FOR
DADS. COUNT.
PROBATE I.
IN I
NOTICE TO '. i, I (IHS
MAII I
1 Said
ii
i

i
i
I tin ir ofl
. ii ., i ,
ur rali
I

I lati 'I at Miami, Flot Id i I
la) "t.....I>ei. \ I'
MARVI V \N 'I i'IIAII
I First i'iii
Ihi du) of Nox > mini. I'',
HOI. Al EXANIIKII
Attornc) i"i I-:
sun. ::IT. IS XX Flagb t SI Miami
11 2
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH !l'UICIAL CIPCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 73-26039
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
IP WARRnr.E
Tim m.vid'i v;i: iif
MAIITA i;' INS5A I''/.
1*1 til
and
-ii'i i" tu i\/-.m.i:/.
KcHiHindi
i'i i .lulin i innzali /.
lib nc, I 'nknoxx n
Vi.l ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
hat .hi .' mil im In mi'ul Ion "i Mar
'..!> lii-eii filed airahiHl you and
yi it are n rnilri 'I I..........|i) o(
in >'. i ii i. ii id i .ui\. t. it
ti Aclolfo Km s. Rxqulri ittoi ne)
for I'etltloiK r, '..... addi > l> l"l
N w 13th Avenue Mlnml, Florida
.....I ii). tie "i iKiaal with [hi
li 11, .i i hi .itni\. xtyled i oui I on 01
tti!.. i 3a, I!i73; othi i wlae
i di '.iiili \ ill be entet i hkhlaid you
for the rellel di maniled in Ihe i "in
i petition.
Thin notice nhall he puldl hed once
in h hi k for four .' '
in THE JEW ISII II tlltlDIAN,
WITNESS no In inl and the Keal uf
aid ."Hit .ii Mi.'im. ri'ii'i.i on thin
!3 day of October, IU73
III! HARD V IIIIINKEK
Am i Mi i k, i it. on 'ourt
I ;ii|. Count I 1 I'.riiLi
R) A .1 IIIVAS
As Deputy i i. tu
(Circuit Court Si .ill
Adnlfn Kobb, Kaqulre
Stone A- Soatchln, P A
1 N \V. 12th Avenui
Miami. l*"l"t nl.'i
Am.i ii. v for Pi tit loner
,. ., it, 1
Ferre Trving
\a Gcon. the Irish Greyhound
i'uaid.
To Win Election
V Miami IWavor
Marathon Night is the final
i*akes .' ntt si at Biscayne this sea
in The track, which closes its
mo I successful racing season in
e Ferre, who is trying to tory Tuesday, has broken the
. two-year term as mayor of vo:ld's record lor a single night
.. of Miami -- a post to ,n(j single day wagering, and the
\ he was appointed last April (at| ,.. ..o].(] for aUe,K|an,.,. anrj
David Kennedy was indicted.
I spended from office etc-.
rtcord of senice t:> the citi
lECAl NOTICE
N THE CiRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DACE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERA! "'"^OICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-P6281
NOTICE OF SUM FOR
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
the area" as a state 1
as well as a city commis
38-year-old president ot
\ Florida Corp. and head of,
|l Industries. Inc.. is a leader
h civic and community af-
fair, and has received numerous [iai;k
j Is and citations, including tne howard s oarfieijd ii..
1971 Man of the Year awards from Huahand-Petltlonei
I Voters and Taxpayers League d^ue*" garfield.
I) Miami and the Dade County and wif. ''.'"v"'<;.\inKi.i.
\ la Young Democrats, and the '" ,; r|. Av;nu, Apartment.
p8 N'CCJ Silver Medallion Award. No. I
A member of the Florida House
! Representatives in 1967, he
erved as Miami City Commissioner
iem 1967-71 and was again elect
to the past last year.
tev. Gibson Endorsed By
)rr, Gerstein, Baumgard
It is unusual for those in public
ffice to publicly endorse a can
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO, 73-26C37
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
N UK: THE MAKRIACR OF
i ISE i TAVII' SAI i ll'ERI i
MARIA ASUNCION SAIXH'ERl I
TO: Mariu Aaunclon Salmiern
Carrera 5 N C4 \ 7'.
* i ii, i 'nlomhla
VOI" ARE HERERY NOTIFIED
Ihul an action i"t I Hi anlullon "f Mar-
. ,:u.,. I,... i.. n filed mraliiKl you and
vou nre required to serve h i*op)
your u-rllteii defeliaea, If an)
ii Adolfo Kohh attorney ror P-tl-
. -l oae addreas is 101 N \V 12th
Avenue, Miami, Florida 33I2K, and
file ill. original Ith thi clerk of
ine .iIh v. i lyled com' on oi In fon
\. \. mber i". ll1" I: othei Ii it di
,uli H .ii i, iii. n 'i HBnlni I you roi
hi relief di mandod In the rnmplalni
ir m til.....
Thl notli i nhall be nubllshed ......
.. im tun.....nai. utive
, THK JEWISH Fl ORIDIAN
WITNESB my hand and Ihe
,.r -.nil court hi Miami. Florida I
till* 2." dav nf October. l!'7.1
l-ii-M Mi, p BR INKER
A ii, il.. lln uii Court
I lade i 'ounl y. Florida
Bv A .1 l:l\ AS
A* Deputy Clerk
ii if. on i'oun Seal)
\il..li".. Kokh, Baaulre
ml n.W 12th Avi nui
Miami, Florida 3S128
\in.i ii. v for I'i lit loner
ll 2-9-U-M
. il
Park Street
ll, rdi mown, New Jci>ey
M,r I'AI.K A QARFIEIJ), .in
herel.) .....Hed that a PaUUon ror
DiKM-iutlor of Marrlairi hai been
filed analnat you, and you ar. re
. ,, a <*py "f >"'" V
."., ..,- Pleadlna to naid Pell Ron for
i,,.-,.mi..... ..I Marrlaw on tne hui -
':;":'!;'"'^"'V;......m "SuSlyfc
Bulb if 1* Weal Flaaler Btreel
Ulaml Florida 88130, Phoni
Sk^and file the orlitlnal Anawer or
Pleadlna In Ihe ofl.....' th lerk
of ,h- Circuit Court on on before tlj
7 day "i December. IS73 '
nice 10 puDiici) ciiu^.o^. -- | ,,. v ,,, ,,.,.,,,'"-- ,,. ,,
mdate, but Dade Mayor Jack ^t ( ^,,, n, j.v ^..au.^ ... (.
snd State Attorney Richard Ger- -;;- .n |hf |.,,j,, ,r Dlaaolu-
Itein have publicly come out tlo" o'M.rriak ^ ,, ,,,,,,
avor of Rev. Theodore Gibson. u '.v.l rights leader, for a full foui ,,\......, in the JEWISH FLORID-
ear term on the City Commission 'A^lNi. AND ORDERED al Miami.
Rev. Gibson also received a let FIorW. tWj^dg $gg- ,w'
Jt this week from Rabbi Heroen iierk. Circuit Court
L Baumgard of Temple Beth Am
fvho for the first time in his life
bublicly endorsed a politic*1 eanUl"
late.
i ,;, county. Florida
By A. J. RIVAS
Iii. nuty C!> rk
(r:,. uitCou.i Seal) .,..
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
No. 73.26231
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in is. The Marrlafi Ot
i -|'|.1 a MAOA1 V ROBLES CORTES
Wife.....'I ORESTES MANUEL
CORTES, Husband
TO ORESTES MANCET. CORTES
San Indaleclo 65S.
... Com a > Encarnaelxon,
gantoa Suarei,
Habana. Cuba
VOU ARE HEREBY notified thai a
Petition for Dissolution of Mat
has been filed aaalnal you and you
.,rt- hereby required to aeryt a copy
,,f your answer or other picadinii t<>
il,, petition of Dissolution "f Mar-
rlasa on the Wife's Attorney, LES-
TER ROGERS, whoa* addroaa is im
N W I" Avenue, .Miami, Florida
SJ185, and fib the original with in.
Clerk of the above atyled Court on
,.r before tins 7th day of December.
11.73. or a Default will be entered
"DATED this L'Tth day of October,
'*'"' RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By w. TYMIN8KI
Deputy <"lerk
1I/2-9-K.-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
No. 73-26359
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In |{i The Mai t lajri III
VIOI BTT IT I.Vl INS xv Ifi and
.|i iSKI'H I" I.Vi INS, Husbi
i'i i li ISEI'H P I.Vi INS
v..i in I lelnno Stri
Fresno, < 'allfoi nla It
11 >i \i:k HEREIM notified that a
n foi Dissolution id MarriaKi
Im: h. n filed uKalnnl > ou and y are hereb) reiiulreil lo -. 11 .. copy
..r your am i r or othi i ideudiiiR '..
M Petition ..ii lh< Wife's mi... in >.
I i:..TKl; Kt il IERS hosi addre Is
! I .1 N XX 17th Avenue, Ml tml
and in. the orlKlnnl with
lerk f ih. nbovi styled Court
,,,, ,,, hi '..i !.. i da) il Deci mbi r,
, :. or .i I ii fnul. xx ill In enli
\. .1
I. |TEI i -i -: '..' of l '( lobi '
ICK'IIARD P HIUNKEH
i 'I, 11. nf lb, i 'ircuit i "in i
By A .1 RIVAS
IH inn I t'l< i i
M -:.'..
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 73-26065
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE The Marr.aae ol
DARREI I. HOI'OH HARNISH.
I lusband,
anil
VENDETTA JUNE HARNISH.
Wife
TO; Mrs Vendetta Juni Harnlah
. o Btta Beaumonl
K23 Court Sti el
pnrtsm.th Ohio
VOU ARE HBREBV NOTIFIED
ihal an action for Dlasolullon ..f Mar
rlaite haa been filed avalnsl you and
vi.u are required '> servt a co|is of
...in written defonaea, ii any, to It
m KWITNBV A KROOP. attorneys
mi Potltl.....r. Minis.- addrest is Sulti
,,12, 4^'i I in. i.Iii Road. Miami Reach.
Florida :.i.:i''. and r thi original
with the clerk "i the abovi styled
..urt mi or before December t. !:..!.
othi iis.- a default "ill b< ntered
analnsl you for On n llel demanded
in ihi complaint or petition
This notice shall bi published once
each ""K for four cnnsecutlvi weeks
in THK JEWISH FLORIDIAN
W1TNES8 m) hand and tin seal ol
Kald courl al Miami, Florida on ibis
. dai of 11.ml" i. I97S
Klt'HAKD I' BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dadi County, Florida
By f. BNEEDEN
x- 11. nuty il- rk
(Circuit Court Si all
KWITNKV & KROOP
By! Paul Kwitn. v
Suite 512, 420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 3S1I9
Attorney foi Petitioner
538-7575
LtGAl NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
CIAL CIRt
OF I Li II [IDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY

I
' U LZ
NOT CE rO CPEDITORS
In l:i :
i ii. I i "
[l
I'll
.

i...i .
'
i
I'
I '. im I in i n |l
.y, Florida,
i he tint t

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I H. .1 .,
: loin \ i '
ltd 'HARD Tl MUX
r.i:i:vii \ K MORRII I.
1-. I Hot
lion of i.ii- no
1 ihe 2 da) ..f Novemb. r 191
RK'H.Mtll Tin ::x- KSq
M ii" lllsi ayne Bbhi
I Alloi i
19 Wi I Fl ilflei St.
1 Miami Fla
II
' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
t CASE NO. 73-26278
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RK MARR1AHK IF
i I il'i'i IRD \x rJINSTEIN.
Hit bill .. I*i-llt linn i
and
, ..,. S,A T n K1NSTEIN,
Wife-Ites.......I. in
T.i HAKTANA T WEINSTEIN
tun Fast -Mh SI Aid No I >F
Now York. Ni ^ Voi i.
Mil'. UAETANA I" WBIN8T1
ii, In t.i.-. nntlfb it thai a P< tltii.n fin
ol MnrrinaTe hai I.....
filed aKainst you, ami you tin requlreil
In .., rx' i co|i) of I out \nswei or
Pleadlna lo said Petition for Dlt
lion "I Mnrrlam on the Husband
|>, uiinni i 11tin ni | Ronald I
Davis, Bsii P. A., I it Hiscayne Iiuild-
' inn, 19 XX Flail, t sir.-, t, Miami
Florida Pimm J79-2X51, and
fib- Ihe nriginnl Answer or Pleading
, ii,.. i.ffi, ,.i the i lerk of thi I'
ii11 i 'ourt, on ". I" fore the dux
of Deci mber. 1973 If you fall do
' .. ludxmenl '..^ default xmII be liiUen
iiuhIiisI Mm lot lln relli I di "'.'I led
In the Petition '."i Dlaaolutlon of
MarriaKi ,
[ THIS NOTICE shall be PUbli .n
i once each week for four (t) ronscctt-
llvi weeks In THE .IKXX ISH FLOR-
IDIAN
DONE A.\'l> DRDERED at Maim
Florida, this 29 .lav ..i Oi lobi r I".".
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk, Circuit Court
I i.oi, i 'ounl v, Florida
Bj A .1 RIVAS
I leputy i'Ii rk
It'lrcull Courl Seall
II 2-9 16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6253
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate of
JEAN RI'DOKS
dei eased
To til dllors ...... All Pi i soli* Hit)
,. ... Di mands Aualnsl s ild
i "Vou'an hereb) notified and rcqu.....
i pn :.' an) laim* and di nil di
which you may have tiKalnsi tl
ii, ol ,1 BAN RI'DOES d.......
,,, |, .,;, I'out K iirlda, to lln Clr-
1 ,ini Judaes of Dade County, and rib
i i|i, sain, in dunlii at. and a.
. ,i. ,. ,,i Section 733 !'.. Florida Stat
lit, in their oil:, es In Ihe I
, rihi usi in Dade County. \< '<''
within foui ab mini months rrom thi
mill, of the first publication ........
. i Hi. -am. mil be barred.
Filed ai Mb...... Florida, thli
' na, ..i i. i A.D 1973
SEYMOURC RUDOBS
A* Executor
; i inihlli allon of this notll i
. thi dax ol N vi mi" i 1971
HARRY Zt'CKEKNIOK
, in I,. foi Si moui Rum
i Executor
; ijn Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida Ml**
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
I ih, undersla-ned.de>.....f to engaxi In
business under the fictitious nami ol
1 p-AHRIC \\ in'. i:sai K st'l'l'i.x ai
. iiiimt.ii -'77 Olralda Avenue, m tiii
i Clt) of Coral Hal.l.s. Florida. Inl.....j
to register said name with the Llern
,,,, ,]. i in on Court of ....... I "uiiiv
"gSKed al Coral Qablea Florida, this
25th dav of i ictober. I!'7:t
DRAPERY HOUSE, INC
By Molses Kaplan, President
mi, st Betty F. Kap...... Secretar)
I i.i iVI I. RUSK1N
Attorney for Applicant
in: I Im ..in Road
Miami Beach. F.......'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ihal
the undersigned desiring to engage In
buslneat under the flclltloui nami of
ARN1VA FASHIONS al Ml* Baal lth
Lane. Hlali ah, Dadi County, Fla. in-
tend to register said name with tn
Clerk of thi Circuit Court ol Dade
County, Florida
ARNOLD MAY
IVETTE si'SA
Welnati In I'.avly
Attoi in x i ior applicant
nil Blicayne Bldg,
Miami. Fla. 3*130
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Opjjosition Raps Germany
For Blocking U.S. Supplies
LEGAL NOTICE
How .i| \! Opposition
tian Democratic Chairman
Helmul Kohl has attacked the I
\'. ufcl (;i i man govi rnmonl for
kin? U.S. hi i from
American depot in German}
Kohl, who mel t'.s. Ambassa
dor Martin Hillenbrand Tu
in Mainz, said the nalition got
ernmenl had ii ten ill acl\ i sea" 11
taki up : po lion "outsidi
i rn comnuini olidarity" ith
- ban on Hi" use of German air-
i nd ports.
IIE SAID that efforts to re
Koh -I that the B i in
ould that
th" aim can
only be ach ed if the w esl is
in a position to stand up under
t >nsi unti r-( risis m on
cert.
Florence Pollack,
Jewish Florid ian
Staffer. Passes
Florence Pollack, who was sec-
retary to the publisher of The
PARIS fJTA) Israeli am rewijh Floridian for three years,
bassador to France. Asher Ben (|j(.,| Friday, Oct. 26. at the age of
Natan, and his wife left Paris foi fi2. She had been ill since early
Israel after having learned of the junn.
death of their son, Ammon, ,, ,, ..,
, .Mrs. Pollack leaves ;i son. Clif-
Ammon Ben-Natan. a reserve f0rd Pollack, of South Miami: a
officer in an armored division, | daughter, Jessica Pollack of Haw-
was killed on the Golan front. :lii ;1Ild grandson, Bradley Pol-
He was 24 years old. An econo-1 afk she js also survivvii bv !lcr
mist in civilian life, he worked in father, a sister and a brother.
the research division of a bank. |
The Natans had two children, a
son and a daughter.
Ambassador's
Son Killed
At (jolan Front
NOTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
.' 'ICE IS HKHKUV 11IVEN I hill
In- ui mini .....
iimlcr 'i .i im
HI.I i: Ulllll I IAN KKV ill IH IT *44i
.- M liih sirci i. M i n i
'.,..: i. in | : i ("
( 'in till '"III I l>f I II ill1 I 'Univ.
stoi tn cf si 'ngth n
the i to c tablish ^ '"
c indition for maintainii orld d .
pi ace I ill '' Mlitmi. F
p : i the western c immu ._ '
nity. including West G rmanj in th: circuit c< rt of the
ELEVENTH UDICIAL CIRCl'IT
OF n.OH'OA. IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
GENERAL. JURISDICTION
DIVISION
C<\SE MO 7S-W40
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN UK TIIK VIAItltlA'iE I IARIF.
' ', X VI ,i
I'KTI' n.VKIt, V XII. JAMES
ill \ MACKEY. HI'SIIA' i
IXHEXT
i VI
V. u I'
u
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I llllll il :ir. ri
iuii 'I lo fill I'niir i
ii Ukti in, mi ii
' hi* 'nun imtl i< .i npj
III,..n Joseph C l..-ills-.-l. 41-
X\\ > sir. .-i. Mliiml Florida sai.lii
ui i if, luwyci iin or befori Vn.
it-ml' r ::,. li'Tii. otherwise ;, Default
ivlll I., ,ni, n Hated: ii October. l73. .ii Miami.
i 'turidn.
Kii hnrd I'. Drinker
IEGAL NOTICE
Friday, November 2. 1973
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O^ THE I
ELEVENTH JUD'C'AL CRCUIT
OF FLORI1A IN AND FOR
DAr,1; COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 73 1880
FRANK B COWLING
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
111 RE: Estate <<
.\ i > i\\ i;\.-'!'i:i\
,i.....HW 'I
Tn v" I reditor* mid All !' rsonn lliiv-
iim ('Inlmx r 11 .-I
, ,
*! .'I! ..I.- II. I' I v I
. .,ii imy lid ill nil I "-
,1 llll II \,.ll III 1} I, \ -
..,..:.- \ ,1
11 liIi dm u
Cln il" Juil III I '"i -ll i -
\ iiiiii nic ii" ii"- iiun
1 i I !. I
theh in i ..,..,
ij i 'our t house In I 'ml '"ii" i Ii
m
1 .. < ill.- i ui.
Ihi name u i'l ho In i
KIM in Miami, Flm liln ihl is ilj
r i ic toiler, ah
tlEORUE .1 T VI IAXOFP
v A in. Isti lor. '' T.A.
i. n : li ulii Kii nl
Miami Hi .. 'i. ..':;
i" 26 ii :
NOTICE OF AC"
CONSTRUCTIVE =VICE
(NO PROPEF-
IN THF C.'PCl'IT COUP- OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICI" C'RCUiT
OF FLOR'CA. 'N AND FOR
O A n r C OI ~ '
CIVIL ACTIr-N Mr
GENFPAI. JURISDIC1 'SION
ACTION FOR C--o TlON
OF MARPi'-C.E
nir VI VRBI '
i H : I EON, Wlli .
I mer.
VXTOXItl Hi: 1.1'nV. Hi 1.
Id ........I-iii
1, \i, \ ,. de
RESIDENCE I'XK'
m.i V IS hf.uk
iIiiii :in nclloll for I >i -
..... flll'll
,i|| ;,,-. ,,,-. .1 I
vour wrltti
n i in.ii. i Hostel
foi Petitioner m
mi x W. 12th \
.. ",i file llii fl
I, I !i of III. i '..in i
Bj ; < P. 11 IRELAND
Deputy Clerk
l I9-2S II 2-9
The ambassador learned of his
Private services were held on
Oct. 26 with Blasberg Funeral
Chapel in charge.
son's death at Orly Airport, where pQTU
he was conferring with Israeli
Foreign Minister Abba Khun en
route to Israel from New York.
The death was announced by a
representative of the Israeli De-
fense Ministry, Col. Paul Kcdar.
Representatives of the French
Jewish community were on hand
for the Natans' departure. The abrams. of Miami Bench.
president of iho Representative
Julius l TT. "f Miami Bench paused
rwh) Tlni'-'liiv. ii'-l. 2.". Mi- Roth
came i" Florida from New Vork
tj It yearn an ll. i> KUrvlved
liy lii- Wife. Mollv; n dnurhter.
Pn-'llii" Hi. i.iiiiii "f Vortl Miami,
ii nd three Knindililldr. s w <,< held Kri'ht v. let, 27,
.ii Hivendili Memorial fhimel. 1250
Xormnndy I"-.. wild Interment In
Mourn Klnal 'einetery,
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. 73-25?J6
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
rx RE: THE MARKIAOK OP
RO.MI'1 I KODRKH-KZ. Hufband.
ii nd
SILVIA RODKIorBZ. Wife
TO SILVIA RllDKKICEZ
20 Ai mHtrotm sir. .i
liininiiii PlaliiH
I'.'.m.ni. MaHxachuHettH, 1121311
V"l" ARE HEREBY XriTIPTRD
Ihnl 1111 ir-IIoii for BleHulutlon of Mnr-
rliiK'' linn been filed URaliml you nnd
you :ii' n iiulred i" -, r\ .1 eopj uf
vour ivrllteu ilefenwH. If nns i" :'
"ii Vl.BERT '
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOLS
NAME LAW
VI iTICIO IS ll I" 1;t: 1:-i (il\ EN hnl
id.- uilderelgned denti lti|r to 1
liih
if T11.M II Itl'll > il.VSTRin lllX
1X1 il,b !i MI'RI'H '1 1 IX-
-' I : 1 TH IX til nl Su Ii "'' I '.nit -
land Towi Inn s. 1 ladelaml Blvil.
.\ln ml :.'.! in Im, lulu In reiclMi niil
iiiui"- Mli Hi,- 1 "Ii rk of the 1 in'
' ui "i I ii il- Couiil v l-'l-i liln.
Tii" nap P. Murpl y, Jr.
" oil mil Si ; uiilmri r, B.A,
Vll.....vn for nii|illi-:inl
Suite 7"-.'. 1 ladelnnd Tan-era
'" s 11.....land II yd.
Miami 3315S
m i2-m-2ii 11 .
I, |. of lln- ill 1
. .... Vov. 30
l llefnul ... ;i
rellel dem indi 1
I lion,
. aliall In
1 ;i,-l, iveeli for four em
In THE JEWISH PMH
WITXESH m\ hand 1
niil ,-ourl nl Miami, I
I I il.-i- of (let., I -'7.
RICHARH P. H R
v clerk, 1 In u irl
I 1.1,1. I "II' I\
By B .1 Fi
An 11.iuii-. 1 "
till rourl Benll
:iii i.rii.Mi 1 susti 111 -'.ii'i:::;
101 N VV I2th \> mi'-
Miami. Florida 3S12R (324- I
Vttorni y f"i p.iiii'.in-i
|A -.'ill 1-fl
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY 11IVB.V Ural
the undendKned, deairliiK i" eiuruKe
in bUHlueHN under the fli-titloUK nnmea
"i FtlRKICX A.Vll ITSTOAI AUTO
i:M'iisr|-|n\: .\i,v KM 1:1:1; HOME
SHOW :ii 721U S.W. '7ili Avi South
Miami, i'l.1 ini.ii.i-. to reKlHter mild
iiiiin.- v, iili the 1 Mirk of tin C'in-ult
* ""iiii "i Bade County, Florida.
EXPHSITItlX c ii'i- HtATH >.\ DP
AMERICA
Spnrlier. Zemel, Roakln. Heilbroiuier
& K'iirn, r a.
lot) X. I lacnj 11. Blvd.
Miami, Fa, 33133
I" Jii 11 2--16
Council of French Jews (CRlFh ,r$,H,| "' "' ****
Prof. Ady Bteg, oresented con-' BBAM- '"''' I". "'Miami Rlver-
Ide. Intermeni Star of Dnvtd.
DANN. r..-s- i. X3, of Vm-th Mli ml
ii- neh lti\' rnlil Inti rmenl Mi.
Velio.
DIAMOND. II. hie, 09, uf Miami
Bell' h. I., lilt,
GEl.B. il," nl 11. of North M 1 imi
III llll I v i'l.
MiL'.INK. .lu ll (Nairn :". of
Vliiml II
^CSEN. Rnj I I .
: \. I .
'-.ERTL ER, I ellli. II '7 XW llll
We I
-E'N. s 1 in. .-,'.,: Miami Hi It,
Ide.
-EINSM VER. II 71.
Rivi
V'l'mri Me.
FICTITIOUS NAME
Tim umlerKlitned Intends i, reiriK-
(AKRICAKTR, at-| ter the fletltloUK num.- of KARL'S
'""y for Peiltloner. whom- addrei RADIO and T.V SAI.KS AND SERV
'- i001 S.W 01 hi Avenue, Miami. ICE,
Horida.33143. ami file u.....rlRinnl w 1 i.l.lA.\l nika
of Miami
ilolenees on behalf of the commu-
nity.
FRIEDMAN. Imvld 77. of North
Miami Hi. 1, iiivci hide
GREENBERC. Jai-, I, U '. 1 \\.......
Bi Hi Ii llll 1 r-nl, Im, .. ,n, in ;,|,
LINDE. Hi
Reach ItK'erilil,
LIPSCHUT2. Melllll I
lilNI Bnj Mi Hold 1 tei
M : Xi Im
ROSENOERG. Siii.ili, 71, Ml mil
Hi.....'
WASSCRMAN. I ,., x.....
Bi-ai h Riven lib Ii
. ; Unvld.
DIAMOND 1 I,, x
II
ISRAEL, Friii...... Mian I Bern h
\. \\ in ui
R*BE. Mora I,., 71, of Mh.ml It.
STRAI
GROSS,
- '
REID. EMI i-r I Vliam
V OPEI MAN Clmrli 1 ". c.i|.
with the lerk of the above Rtyled
""ii "ii or before No\ 30 1973;
'"hi rwli i- :i ii, mull w ill 1,. ntered
' you for the relief demanded
in hi. in i|n 1 n 1 r petition
T,hl" 1....... Khali be publlahed onci
eueh He. for four ii.ui.ei ulive ueeka
In i-.'-i', :
II
NOTICE. JNDErt FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Iri HEREBY IIIVRN lhal l Hal
11" UliderHlKned, dexIrillB 1 cnnuuc in
1 undi ili.< flclltiou
.- ""," M"ml- elorldn on ihl -.Kter Hiiid name uuli Hi., t'lerk
' RichahVVI- rrinkbr
11 A vi
1
'i-.
I
rLB
MIDTTS'II
friendship...
means someone cares
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
An 1 'Ii rk, 1 'in nil 1 ,,:!
D Ii Count) I'. 1I1
ll> B. .1 l-'nv
Vi BeputJ i'l :.
I .,
RT
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1143
1 Pi litluner
In U1.21! 11
CARRICARTE, ESQ
' i,ue

Slrktlv Jewish
uneat Oeoltr
"Mlll'lll \t iMIIIiCaBMK
[Palmer's
Miami Monument Contpur.,
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
110921 444-0922
Closed On The Sabbrtb
Personaliicd Memorials CusRm
f "Red In Our Own Workshop.
r --rs--v,tm5*
JZeviH
Jilemorial Cjhapel
'JtWISH fUNCRAL DIKECWHi"
LOCAL AND OUT OF STATt
ARRANGEMENTS
947-2790
1338S W DIXIE HWV N.M.
Iin.-l --.
iveri '
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
StiTICE is he -' n n v i
undci i ,; ...
" der tin uh mi mi
reitulntn rui
.-.
id Ai >:
Ik | ,
ii, jl .
'
CREM; i'A ACT.....ASS INC
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME I Aw
1 11 IIVEX thai
.
Ih.
il 1., -
- uili i>|] M
Florida int. nd,
III i IX SMCCKI EH
AXNE 8MCCKLEH
\ Eimtein
Mtorm \ for ii'iilii-iim
.'i Lin. "In ltd.
l" 12-19-26 11 2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAP7 COUNTY
PROBATE DIV'SION
PROBATE NO. 73-6300
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In BE IC 1
ll:\\ l> 11 UUXIJ
1. .
' ': Vi:i|l|
'
V'-u 11 n hereby mil If la
'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREin VBN thai
Mi.- undi 1 -ii;iied deallii : 10 1 nKajee
in bunlneKii under ih. f|.-i u- -"i:
il LASI'AI il'li.V Kl. I I..M.M: nl
111" \".u liili Street, M PI 'mi ;
ini. mis in r.tisl.-r mild nu- with
the Clerk of the 'In uii 1 oui t "f
I lade 1 'nuni \. FI01 Ida.
DELHI .1. VAl.i \
10 n ii II !-
NOTICE UNDER FICT'TIOUS
NAME LAW
MiTK K is HEREBY !VBN that
the underalg:iied. deslrl ift to eiiRuflro
in bUHliieaa under tlie 1 -u ''
..f MARCOS WBI.DINli SHOP nl 8018
N.W. li'ii Ave., Miami, Fli intendg 10
reKlnti r nnld name v Itl the ''1 ii;
..1 the Circuit Court nl Bade County.
Florida
ANTONIO MAI
1/2-1 II
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY 'E> 11 1
the undcrsdtfned, deairl 0 ens
In bualneHH under th.- fli 1 lou^ namu
of HAMPTON COURT APARTMENTS
1 hi 1 -mi So 1 lladi n I irB Sloi Mi-
ami Bench, PI01 ui.1 inti
aid iiitmi n-lth thi Cli I tl
im 'oui of 1 lade d .- Florida..
Prank (1 Fi l>
,1 uii M. Feldn.....'
1'v man s. <:i. -
' .,1 s
Xi 1.-"" A- Fi Idmi 11. I' v
An. '.., APPlli i'1 "
1135 K11111 V1111 UI .M
2-9-H '
I
1
with 11 i".
''uii of Dude County,
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r.f p.,.1, cu,
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l.y: Bannv <;.-.l.ri Pi-.viii, ,,,
';K"AI 11 Sll VERMAN l"M',"'t
ill cant
"'I KwbertH Buildlnft, Miami, Florida
lu I:'-:., 11 j.:,
IN .HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EL/jE_NT" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CASE NO. 73-P47S8
ii,,., ,.,N0TICE OF SUIT
IIAItl ENE ADAMS
Plaintiff
lAl.'Tix Ii HERMAN nnd
tlTA .1 HERMAN, hla wife.
Def, ndanta.
rO: Martin D Merman and
Rita .1 Herman, his- wife
l"l" ABE HEREIIY NOTIPTEn
iuii an action to forecioaa n m.,rV-
11 em unilii-riiiK the rollowliM de-
bribed property m i,:,.. |,,.
.'..'.'''.'. '.:.'.' V1-' OROVE SCBDIVI-
......'.be, M, 1973 '
lldl ith r M i'El I
MEIA'IN JEROME 111 DMOND
(' ':x''
th r. "":
I Hie J day rn November, I973
Morton n -/i:mi:i.. esquire
Attnrni y foi liHtate
* '!' '"" N !: I9ih Ave
North Miami Beach, Florida r:if2
\_______________________ .11 2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURf OF THF
"-fiflVX! "JDIt:'A. circuit6
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6333
GWVNN PlPnco
in RE^taW0 CREDJTORS
HARRY 8CHLO8BERO
ll. .', ;,>,.,!
.......i;ta!{rts^%BK^ffi
...v;::v^:;;,,'^',';;;;;^,l;,:r,''''"i''''
STA1 t OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF f-TATE
PRFI.IMIN.\R\ rr-RTIFIf.ATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
In The Name And B^ The -u I ir -v
Of The St.it- Of FI
T(l M.I TO WHOM
VYhei-ci ISBAK I '
1 El >N PI XI
I INA FIN
Ini "; Ihi !ub dey of .1 \ 11.
to hi

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nil thi '
: Use to ll '
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of the Si
1 tilr. 1 11
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.....mill, d v ih
(OIVHN 11 I 'I
.lllil '" (.' Si '
the s .-,t
Tallahassee, ihi 1
tl".- il... 1 M1. ,1
lohi r I H l"7:t
I:ii HARD 11 ih 'K 1 s'l'i IXE
Secretary of State
11/2 73
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6338
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate <.f
IAMBS !" McAVOY
deceased
'.. mi Credltoi bi A All Persona Hm -
hi: I'l.'iims or 11...,,.,,is Aoniusl Slid
Estate:
You are hen 1 "fled nnd required
Dated Ocl I
I VHP P IIRINI
' 11 i
Da '!.-.
1 .1 1 va
Dcuutj ,
lu, 10-20 11 '2-9
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Miami Beat li Florida tl
11/2-9
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November 2, 1973
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Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
d
rt
a
of
OUlT COURT OF THE j IN THE CIRCUIT^ COI i RT OF THE
- NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR IN AND FOR
I I COUNTY, FLORIDA
..AL JUR'SDICTION
DIVISION
No. 73-2468(1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Murriaxe <
IETIXEZ. HUHbaml
; MARTIXRZ, Wife
|j m WITIXRZ
: in. mi n-:i _
i v \.-w Jere). ii7x.
, It- notified thai .-i Pf
II ..ii .if Mnrrlaire I -
,.l iiuiiIiihI you biiiI you nr
I i 10 : tt\ < .i IHI|)J '
..I other pleadiiiK i
..ii III.- I I '!:. M.l ^ :il
DADE COUNTY. r'.OR'DA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO 73-25538
NOTICE OF PETITION FOR
TVSSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
"ARM i:v i:a.ms \ i i
Petitioner,
:/.u IKI. II \.ms.\i:.\ v.
Reannndi i.i.
i'i i: Kxkl. l Rummran
! unthiiM It a ni'
Main Itoml llnrrn, .....
Trhildnd, H'nl Iml
V'T vi.i; HKRKIIY XOTIFIKI
I'Bl .. Petition for i.i--..|uii......
,.,,.,, ., MlirrlMte h:i- been lil, .1 RBnln-1
. r -i ii: IK ...l-.lts. ivhone Ad, f ,.|
; i vw 17 Avenue, Miami,
and ill.- the orlalna
nf the nhnve 'v I. i!
liefore the lit da) nl S'o
in h l l.illll ill bi
......i-i you.
ill of ( '. loll, r
hard p hrixkrr
i Cireuit < ''in
. |' iV'i'HAMl D.C
lii i"-_i; n 2-fl
Nui.CE OF ACTION
. riltCTIVF. SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY)
|> CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
, ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
\r rLORlDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
ERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
IL AC TlOiN NO. 73?5?80
ON FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
i HI-: MAKKIAiiK OF
- FRA S'UL'IJ!
in.i you are required -.hv. ., eon*
'I your iiuawer ... i.i, ...lint in ii.,
etll i"'i for I ": milulloii nf \l.. -
n the Petltlonel nl lorilel nil
IA M K I 'IIKSTKR RMI i '.-, \ I'
"Hi Slreel, Miami, h'lorlda MIX*
ml file ill-- rlii-liml Aiihm
'leudlnu In il., i if fin nl j),, ,-|, ,|
< ili.- In mi I ..in i .... nr
In mi iln.i ..I Xovi inia i. in*
-HI I.ill I" 'Li .-" illiU-.ii- -,, I.J ,1,
null ; : I ink. n iikii ii -ii fie
led i.i Hi. |'i in,,,,
ir i>..- in! on ol Mai rlime.
u ITXKSS ni* linnil a ml III. -. ,1 ,,-
I ni.I dun i ..a i ii-tnii, i ni ii)7:i ,,i
Miami, Florida.
ItirilARI) i!i:i\Ki:i:
rierl tin f*ln ull I 'ourl
II): '" P i .|'i:i VXD I. i
i" .; ii
r::.\ vi.riz
fll I'i......Ui*
le St.
IT
uhtoii, Maw
ARK HKKRHV XOTIFfEI)
. 11, n for l llftuwlulion of Mar*
.....ii fill .1 bkiiIiiki you and
i, ,iuii, 'I l. Hel Ve H op) ,.|
n ,) iinen. If any. to i'
i.i-'o k'l >88. attorney foi r.
ivhn iidtlmw ii- 101 X \\
[-. -,u.. .Miami. Pin, 11I2H, and
uriirliiiil with il.. rlerk ..f iho
\ ici eourl .hi or i..-1'i.i.- \..\
: ..ihei-u i.-<- fl .I. fault will be
iiirninnt you for Ibe rcllol
.,l in Hi.- complaint or peti-
?lie, -hull be puhllahed once
- for four .-.us.-.-utivi- \-.-. '..-
a lull i-'l.i tun max.
I I ;S8 ha Ik,ii.I an.I ili.- -. r,,
|. in i at .Miami. Florida on thin
1 let., 1971.
:iril.\i:ii P. IIRIXKBII
i'lerk, ''ir.-uii i ourt
lade I 'i.ualy, l-'l,.i i.i.i
III Ii. .1 ROY
\ I lepuly I 'i'-i u
' '"in I S. at l
.-.- i: am.
. I. Inn, I*.A.
ih V VellUe
.
I..i Petitioner
III p.i-211 il :->
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTYi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DACT COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-25369
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSO' UTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX UK: TIIK MA1UUACK UK
CAKKV HAW KIXS, Wife
mni
I" ..\.\ I Ii It HAWKINS. .11:
ii >: DoxaI.U ii, ii.\\\ K'l vs. Jr
ShermmiK Point Road
I'alll.l.n. .M.....
VOI' XIJK HKItKltY XOTIRIKIl
hnl .in :i, ii..n for l>i--..luii......I Mai
lap ha* been fil.-.l iiitnliml you nnil
I '-ii are i ii|uir.-d In -. rvi .i i npy of
your written def.-nn.-n. if any. In II
ii i>a\ in i: sti ixr : iiornej foi
I'elltloiler Illume add lew Is I"! X.W.
il'iIi Avenue, Miami, Florida, and
file Hi.- i.rluinnl llh ihe Ii rk of tin
;il...\-.- niyleil ,-..iiii on or liefore Xo-
i' mber ::... 1973: otberivlfe ii rte-
i.nili will be entered aicalnnt
Mo- relief demanded lit thi .
-.1 pel Mi -ii
Thin notlfe nhall I., published om-e
,-.n Ii \. <-k \'<>v four eonaeeutlve weekh
in Till': .n:w isn Fi.oitiniAX
witxkss my hint......I the nl id
ni.I ,-..iiii hi Miami, Florblii ".. tblx
: n .l,i\ of i I.-I..I,. r. I7 '
II. IV HRINKKII
An "lerk. I'ln-uli I'oitt i
I ...I. I'ouiit) Riot Ida
B) v i t: IV AS
As I II "ill v i 'Il i I,
i. 'ireull i 'ourt s- l'
II \\ ii i r STI i.VK, i:s'.'
-I'c .VI-: A- S' 'STllll.N. I' A
\..|l f..r
midnlni
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE 'IF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
'MO PRflPr"'
N THE CIRCUIT CURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOF COIiNTY.
cNI-RAL JLRI^OICTION D'VISlON
CiV'L ACTION NO 73-74M0
NOTICE FOR DISS"" UTION
OF MARRIAGE
K Tin Marrlairi .-i
V > \l VHYI.IX IIAIlRIDO
W ii. .
in.I
IIS IIARRIIMI
Hill' i
'": II is HA l:i: i ii .
Bl I. II V.-..... ....>
N'o :... 'niiiiirj 'lull
ICin Pleilt i 'a, ni. Rlen
' i \l:i HKRKIIY v..'ril'li:n
hnl .....'tltln I.....!u-..... nut
1 irrhtK. luo lu ii rib -i ." -i "in
> ed .ii il...- i-iiurl nnil i --ii
inc. -I i eo youi
n il.i.-i,-. I,. || ,,i, II.XI!-
'' I i \ for Pel
nddri ii V i I
II. I I. .11 .III". I'' ;,, ,| ..... th,
- Illi ill,
II I .
:i, 1973: ill lu-
ll ilu i. ii. i
,i f.u in ii,, ., ,
Thl .....Ii .1 .-ii. -
I. Ii fur Ii mi rollMH-uti -
'i Till-: IKVVISH I'H.llRIDIA -
WITXKSS lll> In.ml ..nl Hi-
1 "iiii ill Miami Flot -
i Ii ili v of 11, ti.li. 197:1
RH'IIARii i' ititiXKl :i:
An Clerk, I'lri-uii i 'ourl
I i.i'l. i'......-i l-'liiridii
By f l' i'. .|'i:i \ V|.
\s I'-i.niv I'lerk
l.'ii ii 'ourl Si -I.
nl ii i:\si:. i:s-.'
, -1 KIukIi i Pi reel
Miami. Rlorldn ::
Ulorm foi P.-iiii.....-i
In I i ... II 2
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CiA'. CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN '.NO FOR
DAOE COUNTY
PRORATE OIV "--ON
PROBATE NO 71 ^S3
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
: III RK K-
1 KON III ISKXIIKRII
di pned
I To All i.ilii.-i- mill All Pernoiin Him -
1 'III .11" "I I .- Ill i :i,|- \-.ilt.-I Sill,I
'
V'iiU are hereby notified u) ...
I., prenenl mi) claim, mid demiimln
wbli II "-ii in. ha\, nmilimi lb. '
late ol I KnX RiiSKXIIKRi: deeease.' '" ,' "'
lull ... Hh.I- I'.'iiiiiv 'I" I'") II-"1--- I I
- > mi Ju......I I >iidi i 'ounl
fll, Mi. -.mi. in .In--1!, ni. and
i,i... i.i. i s ,-i Inn 7 -: in, Fliu idn
Slatuti il"- i'.....
- > i '..in in I >.....' mil. i-' '
Idn. Il ii n*l fi
ili. iii.. ..I ih. fin i ubllenl h hen
Of, ... III I- I.....!
Fl|, .! iii diaml Floi
fll \ II
S AKTIII'll Ri s<
I' ell
Fir i .i
Mil- -Jl! ll nf Mel
Philip lil..m i: .,
VII i. -
I !.....'
i: II
legal notic*
notic: under fictitious
NAME I AW
. c I '
' "
mi.
-
I UllI
.i, Floi i |IS1 iiil. '
... Ii
i ,. mi u rnoli till I
' Ida
. -. | liy Meyel
l i .
i | \
i-
-
i UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ii I-: is :l HKKHY iUVK.v il,,u
, r*.i|ii miller Iho lletltiou** naini'
Elilii|)li-M WKSTCHRSTRII at
Si. Miami, F'll iii -
ri'frinti-i -:,i'l iiunii
Ihe ii. ull i "in i-i I lade
FI.....In
RAI'l. R (II.IVA
I.. ... I. I..
f-E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
J.-ENTH JUDICIAL C'RCU'T
b~ FLOR'OA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
NOTICE TO APPEAR
(BY PUB'. ICATlONi
. Marriane of JMSRPH
I \ i hu-bi il and 'KXO \
' '- I. wife
_ :.vi ia i u i:\.\i.
Pi:.SII)KXI'K I'XKXOW V
AUK HKRKItl required i"
enpy ,,f yout Allnwer to the
. : ; Hwolul i"M herein on il"
\: lorn, s. Murraj 7.
-..,1 Beyl.....I lIUildltiK. M
hi,I i i|i,. ,,i IeIiiiiI in the
of il..- t'leik "i II" t" "
- ii or I" i"i-. Xoi.....ber Bi.
-.ml hi-, -. ill be Inki H
F>, l| I" v-il
! i. ihln .: ilaj nf I letolii i I9i3,
- IIARH P BRIXKKH
,.i the I'ireuil Court
A, I IIIVAS
Ih'liUty i lei l.
in I2-19-26 II -
i--1 \ W '-ih Avi nui
Miami Florida 331211
M I... in \ for I'.nii.....i-
|i
:i; 11
IE CIRCUli COURT OF THE
iVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
3F FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6C3!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Kntnte of
IAKD I HIXrlKR
, i: l, IIIxmen
II'. 'i, illlot :""! All Pernoio Ha>
alma "i i'.-m..n.i- Atralnnl 8ut
Are hereby notified ami renulre*'
., i,i :,,,v flaIm* and di man"'
you ma> have altalnnt the --
,i l:i:i:.v.\i:ii I. BISPKB il 1-
illXDKII il...-:i-"'l I........ I,M|
. Klorldn, i" the flnult -iu-i-'-
il, Cnuntv, and til. (In win* In
,.,,, aa provided in S.-.u.'ii
hlorldn Slatutea, m il"-"' oi-
in in. CuuoU I'ourlhoune '"
Countv. Florida, within rout
at- moiithn from 'in lime ol tin
mblieation hereof, or Ihe anmi
"i"!\'li.in.i. Florida, thin l 'lav
n,.t. A I i 1973
BVA BINI'BK
Mi.Ki'.v s.'iiM-.ini'.i:
M Mill YX HAUKI8MN
MIRIAM Si IIAT/.IJKItii
A.- Bxecutrleen
it publleHlioit of thin notlei on
26 day of o, i.-li.-r. 1973.
t^HKii:-. i i:ii-:n. wkii. a- si hki-.i.
Ai lorni 'or i'- "
4"7 I.in,-..In Road
h mi i-., i I lot Ida 33IS9
ju :; it 2
Hi
IN Tr:._ 5IRCU,T 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
Iii RK: Knliite !
jka.n ui:i:n AI.I.KX.
diH'eaned
Tn Ml I'n illtot :.ii.I All P i H
Inn i'i.i in- "i I "in."i.i- A ni ii '- 8a Id
Kntale:
You ->'.' I. > I > .....Ifled mni
In |ir. -.ni :in> il.iint- j.n.l ill i
u lileh i "ii mn) hai khIh i the en-
due of .IRAN CIIKRH A 1.1 KX. de
, ,:,-..I late of Di..... t'nuiily, Florida.
... in,- I'ii-.-ini Judicen "' I 'mil f -ii'
i-i,| rib Ih. mime in dunlli'Ble nml ii
pnivlded in Si etlOII 7:::l l. Horldit
llatuli n, iii lh> Ir nffb i In (hi fouii
, Courthouse ill Dude County. Flor-
,i within four laleiidiir montlii
.. in l|le ii.......' il"- i -1 Ii '
i..... ii, i, of, .a Ihe mi in- ill be Iwirred
, i.i Miami, l-'lot hla, Uhs
. |lif| \ I i 1973
Tin ..mas i: Ai i.KX
|-.,,ni,,.- ..I in, Kntate "t
jkax ii:i:i:i' ai.i kn
I M -i iniblli .ill.....i thin ...... on
In iln> ..I i i.'i.....r, 1973
,i RT W RI I.IHt H
Mi..i ii, > for Kntate .-f
i;\ \ i'KKRII \l l KX, l".
[B| Aim. rln Avenue. Suite 2*i-h
Florida
I" ^.: 11 -
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
,, RK K-tale of
811 ill XI.M.MKILMA.V
||, ..:,-,,I
,. All ft edltorn and All Pernonn Hut
.,. claim I* mundn \i--;.iii- H
You are in i-.-l" notified nnd miulre
,, |,|-,.- ni nil) v aim .""I ili nininl
,, lll.-li you ma) have iimiln i ill.
,,,.....SIIKIR ZIMMRR.MAX di
. ,.,,i h......f II...I.- County, Florida
,.'il. ,,-uii JudKen of 'hide C lUiil)
,,| in, ili. num. in ilunlleiile and it
iii.vid. .I In Seellon '.:" I, f
I nun i, In Hi.ii .-Hi"- i" the out
, ,-.. .,- I hide Count}
.I,,, within lout
-,.,,, ihe imn 'i thi flml nil'. Hlloi
,, ,,...i "i the ..... II he harn <
i nl Miami, Florid i. Ihln i. da)
loin r, A.l>. ...
MARC VIIKT /' dMERMAN
\- K U
r,- i i-ulili. .i""" Ibl" "oili
. o, |. ..
MORTIMRII > (1 IICV
Attorne) foi Exeoutrix
,4N.E I Av. .VIMII.FI.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTYI
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
IX UK: Till: MARRIACK i iF
ltl< II Mill '.. ilt.MAX \M IRIIAX
Mil I..in,I.
and
I.IXIIA I.I il'ISi: Mi iRUAX,
Wife.
To: IIICHAKIl V'OK.MA.V )|oi:ii.\X
.- li.ii.i.i.- Morunii Kliew.-I
inr.32 X i: Morrb
I'..ill.....I. i n-.-u.-n
YOC AUK HRRKItY XOTIRIKIl
Ilia I :ni a.-mni foi I 'i- udutioii "I Mar-
liliKe han been flb'il nuallint \"i......!
-...a ,,i,- i, ,iuu.-.: ii, -, i... .i eoii)
your w iii t,ii deli nnen, If any, i" ii
.... I'.AX'I'l-.i: .V: FKIKliMAX. niton !
for Pi iiii'-u. i. \\hone ndiln ->
v I-; ... ..i.i Stn t, Morlh Miami
r. .. h, Florida :.:- nml fib
oriKiiiul will, lln let k ol [lu nhovi
ntyled eourl .....ir In fon Xuxellibei
.:i>. i :::. otlu r\i i-. :. .1. '.Hill will he
, ,, ,i nui i you i..i ih, relli I
i, I'lalldeil in ll......inlaiiil or i" I II Ion
ih i,..ii. .-, ..il In .iii.'i- In .1 oliee
,-ai'li ,.,.:, foi I. ui eon: e. utlxi
Til K .1 K\\ iSII FI." 11(11)1 \ V
v. ITX KSS ni\ I.....I ... .1 ih. : nl
. aid "in I at Miami, Floi ill.....
i.i |> ila) "i Oi I"'" i. 197"
RICHARD P IIKIXKKR
An Ciirl i 'In ull 'ourl
11.i.i. County, Florida
II) \ .: IIIVAS
A- I '. PUI) 1'.....
., ri'uii Court S ili
l: VXTKII ft FKIKDMAX
i :. v i: itxtni
N.irtli Miami II. Flo -
II) M VRJi HtlK F KOIHtlXS
lltol'll, I"' I
|i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH IUDIC1AL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. ?',,.3920
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RK: Km .. of
DAXIKI. IICTXKR
lei .-- ii
'lo A'l Cn di lorn ami All I'ern.i II ,.
Claim, "i In in."i.i- Am.....i Said
i:-", .
\ ..ii .,,-. I,. i-eb) noilfii .1 anil ...... i il
' I-. |ii.....i ..ii) i.i"..- ami demandn
e In. i- -. ,.ii m.i\ h..\, nicainnl ili
i lul
NOTICE OC ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SF.^VICE
iNO PROPERTYi
IN THE C "CUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC AL C'RCU'T
OF FLO'-nOA. IN AND FOR
DAPE COUNTY.
CIVIL AC '671
AC! ION ro-* I : -.-'-!. JTH iN
OF MARK
IXKI 1'
.
Til.
Ilui
.
i: '
II I IT
i. Ill filei
, ii
i in rrii '
u l-.-i-
for Pel
\ \\ : i. Vveuite
..i ll Ihe .
,f ih,. aln.vi in o or I- -
fore v......ii- i I I'll 'din
... mi will bi '"
fur ili, i......Ii n -' ilc -1 In thi
idaiui "i petition
Thl iioilei Khali be puhlli I
,,,-h H.i-k f..| I..in ei.l.M. llliv- i
' -! .,, h Hi-.-k n-i I..in ei.l.M "ill".
f DAXIKI. IH'TXKII dee.i.....I TIIK .IKWISII Fl.olllDJA.N
In.....f IJ*de Count). Floritla. lo lln VYITXKSS m.i lui id and lln 'l "'
...nil .lii.l-.-, i-i Dud. Count), and .,,,1 ,,,,! .,i Miami. Florldii on
Hi
l.'l
am. in duplleati
S.IM'II
an.I
FI.....Ii
Statuten, in Ih. Ir "if...... Ihe I
) Courlboune ni I null County, Floi
Ida, uiiluii -i\ ..il. ii.I.ii niiiiiili- from
ill, mn. ih. in -i puldii ulloii here-
if, in ili, -.in, will I" barred
Filed ni Miami Florldii. Ihln
.l.ii ".....i.'l.. .All I9i
UKK.VAKIi lll'XTKII
An Ailmini--llnl"i
' pUblil :.'.......' III' Hot"
Ii. -, .' i. ,.i i i.i.ii.. .. i;i7:i
STAXI.KY M. PKKI'
PHKIl ft VI-'.UMA.v
\.i.,i-ii. \ for A.liniui ii i.i,-.
...I Dadi I-'- ih i-i Bulldlnv
.Mi.mn. Florblii S313I -- ".77 '-
II 2-9 Hi '
I ; dill "i I" 191
RICH M(D P IIRIXKKR
A '.....n I i in I
I i.i.i i' .am .. Floi Ida
I'., i .1 HIV IS
A- I '.--illi i 'I. '*!.
' '..... I'ltUlt Si I '
2lh PKKDKKK K I! SPIKISKI.
ml X.W ll'lli A 'inn
Miami. Florldii
..,. A""""K "" '''"'l""1.. .i
IN THE ClKCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN H>*c* ru"
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
No. 73-21375
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Mat rlnKi ''
\|i iXICt i VAI.I I- lln I.;.ii.I
.,,,,! KARA > AI.I K. W If'
To S VII \ YAI.I.K
|| i ill. -
Maxut. iiaiiKo liuali tit ila
y, ,| ,,,,. ||, :-.l,v ll.ltlfled that
I',,.....ii for l tin .tn "t Miirri.ii
i H bet 11 filed HIM III i l'"U
,,. lureh.i ""ii""
,,i \ our alinll "' -
erv,

.;......
F.....da
mill il
a,I you
.i I--
III, ill
'
It IH K8, tthone
i.i \ M 17 WellUl M
, ......I ll.....i^" '
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
,NO PROPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-25-102
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RK.
Till in IIIKi "'
K i:: :-" 'i s.Ml'i'll hunbaml.
-nl
I m i .1 i:i Y v SMITH "if.
I'll K I.I SO T SMITH
, ., i...in-11 inl dnrble i "omiKi iij
1.1 .ii i|.| Humid. Roud
llUlllhle. Tl XBn, 7733
VI il' .MM-: HKIIRH> XOTIFIKD
i;.. ... nelloii for luvM.luin.ii "i Mat
l:iKe han been filwl aeainnl vu
...u ... i. null ed i" nervi .' "i" "J I
tour w rllleti .i.i. ns. If nil) i" n ,
,n WU'tlt'K H. l.ll'Sii.V. KS'.i lit- I
for I'i lltlmier, irhoae addreni
. ijixii S" ''. .'ii Drive, Hnlbitidiil
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-.'5584
, GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I \ I'I-: TIIK MAKKIAUK "I'
RI'IIKX S v ST IXA. Ilunbiind
.....I
I :::.-.'I'i: 1/ s \XT v V V Wlfi
Ti UK VTIIIZ SAXT v^ V
|{. d. in Atlilr. I i inti "
VOI U lil :i'-> \oTlKIKIt | '
. ..-.., foi I' .dull' id Ml" :'- ''
...11 .....uii'etl .....I" ol
, an), in li
l, AI.DKRT I. C UIIIICARTh til
u.i-ii > roi '........httm
,- ;.,i S W l Avi nue, M in
' :. ."........be '
Ih. of H" ;.....v.
.-.mi I oi ....... I''"-* :" ':
ix ill I..
1.....i,m i,,u for il" relief di nuilidid
I,, il mi im oi i mi
Thin .....lo -hi...... "
..... foi l-lli i-ollnei'UliVi
. .,, TIIK ,IR\ ISII II oKIDI V^
W ITXKSS mi liiiuil -ii"' the
., nun .,i Mian I- .i -in ""
Ihln 19 da) -i.....
IMi II AIM I I' ntil.NM'.lt
.i
,i
-, i 'n 11,, i "in uit '
I M.I. i ounl) Florida
III \ I RIV \S
\ Itenul) 'Ii i I-
a,i i 'ourl St il
\i UKRT I CAKKICAKTK, I --'.'
; -.! s w lil Vvi nu
Miami, Florida :::i I::
v '"' ''':.........I., ,:n_2-9
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA .N AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-26043
ACTION FOR D SSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
\ |(K: TIIK M UIRI Mil! ">F
KKR
u
De|lUI) fl'
i.....
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1,'ROM THE moment the first
Arab gun fired in their Yom
Kippur war, for a variety of
lex reasons the word was
oul among the gentlemen oi
press: Israi I is the black hat,
liiuminc their rhetoric if there
had been an attack on the United
States on Christmas Eve or
Easter Sunday. But the gentle-
men could set no parallel. They
had used up all of their kind
words for Jews in the 1967 war.
Thai war had strained their
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Volume 46
Friday, November 2, 1973
Number 44
7 HESHVAN 5734
To the Victor: Punishment
Noted author Robert St. John would be angry with u?
if we called him a Christian with a conscience. It is not
that he is no! a Christian he is. It Is net that he doesn't
he do
But the Page One report he filed from Israel this w
say th ri about St. John.
m angry man. He is angry that the vv<
S2er fgish when Israel's survival is at gues-
at it can such moral conviction v.
Arab "honor" is a* stake.
St. John's rercrl speaks for Itself. It is at the cor? of
;! manipulation of international opinion in the name
o.' ceasefire.
It is the very heart of the matter behind the fate of
:'s Third Army, a military situation elevated to politi-
cal resolution in the name of "humanity," when what is
really at issue is the Soviet's aim to minimize the implica-
tions of the Israeli victory and the Arab defeat.
Behind St. John's report is the nagging speculation
about the fate of that army were the military tables turned
were it an Israeli aimy not Egypt's.
St. John's report raises all of these questions and
more. It speaks eloquently of a victorious people who
returned trom the brink oi defeat and who, even now, are
beina forced to accept the probability that for Arab agqres-
and successful Israeli repulsion of the aggression,
Israel must be punished.
So What's Yom Kippur?
Also on Page One of this week's edition of The Jew-
ish Floridian, the Rev. Claude Duvernoy, of Jerusalem,
wonders about Christianity's silence in the face of the
Arab attack en Yom Kippur.
We recommend Rev. Duvernoy's observation to our
readers' attention.
Remember the arsonous attack on Al Aqsa in Jeru-
salem one of the most holy mosques in the Moslem world?
The culprit was a demented Australian brought to prompt
trial by the Israel government, which promptly set about
restoring the mosque.
Still, the cry was that the Australian was a front for
"Jewish aggression" against the holy places of Christian
and Moslem Jerusalem.
Rev. Duvernoy lists others St. Anne's Catholic
Church in the Old City, near the Lions' Gate, which was
hit by shells in the June, 1967 war and which aroused a
storm of world protest.
The angry Lutheran reaction to Israel's reoccupation
of Mt. Scopus 'it was the site of the old Hebrew Univer
sity campus), although the Lutherans never so much as
muttered a word of protest when the Jordanians were
there.
.. The examples of this one-sided Christian view of Israel
in particular and Jews in general are legion. They explain
the equally one-sided Christian silence.
No they don't really explain anything.
Rev. Duvernoy's report merely catalogues it. The ef-
fect is horrifying enough: So what's Yom Kippur?
Nixon Backs Down
ROCK PI? ffMzffTt
Christian sentimrnts alnv i
yond bearing. Now. it must I
be downhill, with the Aral
; i the palm.
And -ii. i a< h Isra
was reported l ivii i:. |
nns and editori
ten in '!< t delight ab tut I
death of the myth of Israeli in
\ incibility.
IMAGINE THE thrill:
Egyptians had finallj rega
their 'honor" in a coordin
sneak attack by fistsful of the .
Arab allies against a token
hi r of Israeli troops on guard
at the frontier, on the n
sacred day of the Jewish < I
endar.
Then, when the tide of eve
began moving against the A
the gentlemen of the press i
not help themselves. They i
tinned to do their writing
nothing had changed on
battlefield.
i ain lovingly, they eou
the staggering numbei ol i
.i, < ii d ad and loss in i at<
And th > spoke of a ne pr
in the Middk bal im
irab cour
as if tl
. i: defeat of Egypt and -
i reallj taken place .
:forc i ii ir !j pewriters.
IN THE end. they
the Israeli vicl
made lit x 1 or no referen
brilliance or daring, of the S
campaign that snap] ed the
of Russian technology manned
I lypti in fodder for the sei
time in six years, and pro
the ceasefire as a standoff I
tween equivalent adversaries,
At all costs, they must
the honor" of the Arabs.
must not be permitted to V I
Continued on Page "A
COMMENT
President Nixon this week backed down from a strug-
gle with Conqressional leaders over Most Favored Nation
status for the Soviet Union.
Plagued by the crisis of authority brought on by Water-
gate, the President did not want to extend the crisis into
I the arena of foreign affairs.
This was a most expedient step for Mr. Nixon to take,
particularly as the mood of Congress toward the adminis-
tration's detente with the Soviets was made eminently
clear to him.
But the expediency suggests no conviction. And some-
one, somewhere in Washington must finally let it be known
that the American people are getting tired of mollycoddling
the Russians. Bravo to the Congress.
A friendly reader has written
that he holds me personally
responsible lor his present men
tal condition because I failed to
provide him "with any warning
of the international and domesti i
problems we are facing today."
VVhiie 1 might offer to challenge
thatcertainly with respect to
Richard Nixonif 1 have really
failed there is good reason.
On a pad 1 keep for thoughts
for this weekly column. I had
noted that "events are so mind-
boggling" as a possible theme
Reading Saturday's Miami Herald
(I usually write on Sundayi. I
came across this opener in Dick
West's column: "The past fort-
night, says Hep. Otis G, Pike,
'was one ol those devastating
times when the news came faster
than the mind could compre-
hend.' Boggled by a bewildering
.-liecession of momentous events,
the mind began groping for some-
thing more commonplace like
vehicles from other planets."
HAVING YOUR ideas "stolen"
from you is one ol the hazards
of weekly column-writing, which
is whyor why notI did not
attempt to prophesy the moment-
ous event of the past fortnight
or some other good reason.
There are some eternal verities
which have come to the fore in
recent days, and that is that ten-
sion between the religious and
the secular among Jews. And
while there is relaxation during
times of great crisissuch as now
it exists, nevertheless, and 1
for one would not have it other-
wise.
There is an ongoing dialogue
among those who believe either
more strongly in the land Israel,
or in the people Israel, or in the
God Israel and that debate only
strengthens us in the long run,
as long as the balance of power
is maintained quite equally.
SOME OF la it week's sermon
toi cs illustrated this tension.
Rabbi Irving I.ehrman made his
point that events connected with
the Yom Kippur war have reaf-
firmed the centrality of the syna-
gogue in Jewish liic, "for most
of the rallies to collect money for
Israel were held in the syna-
gogue" and the leaders of the Is-
rael Emergency Fund and Bonds
come from the synagogue leader-
hip. Thus, "When the story of
the Yom Kippur War is written."'
he said, "the soldiers of the Is-
rael Defense Forces will share
some Of the honors with the syn.,
gogues of world Jewry "
And, in a similar but signifi-
cantly different approach, Rabbi
lleilvrt liaumgard makes it
1 lain be believes the future of
that world Jewry "depends on
the survival of both land and re-
ligion ... it is also important
that we rally to a greater under-
standing ol and practice of Juda-
i-m as a dynamic and living
faith."
The question a top Federation
exec a ^ed me (on one of the
many days I had delivered a sub-
stantial amount of money from
the synagogue) was: -Are you
glad now that we have a Federa-
tion'.'" Implying that I might not
have been glad before, as indi-
cated by several critical columns
I have written in the past, or
that without Federation the proc-
ess of raising money successful-
ly could, or would, not happen.
JL'ST THIS week. Reform con-
gregations received the annual
request from the American Jew-
ish Archives for financial h.lp.
And in his letter, the noted his-
tory of the American Jewish ex-
perience. Dr. Jacob Marcus pro-
videdas he usually does -a lit-
tle story out of that American
to EDWARD 'COHEN
history to make his point.
"Going back in New York
tory ... to the fiscal year 1729 30,
this Jewry, then the only kahal
in all of North America had a
budget of about Si.000. Today,
1973, the total budget of I
organized American Jewish
munity amounts to about SI
billion and it does not in-
clude our Archives."
Really small stuff, the A.
ican Jewish Archives when
up against the great needs i i
Irrael and the total bu Igel
the organized American Jewis
community.
BUT THIS requires the kii
of narrow thinking which led
person a week ago. following 11 i
dramatization of Sholcm Alei
(hem stories by actor Nehen
Persoff, to remark: "Why Wl
there a pitch for Israel?" As il
the sadness and humor and
warmth of Sholem Alcichcm had
not heightened the Jewish con-
sciousness of many hundreds, or
that the Jewish Archives do m '
provide Jewish life with a dil
sion that cannot be counted
it it were money.
This Sunday morning, tin
binical Advisory Council of thl
Unit?d Jewish Appeal has re-
quested that a Yom Kippur S
be observed in every synagi
and that the money to be savi
from fastingat least half-a-daj
be given as an offering to the
Israel Emergency Fund.
No one can say we are not a
practical people, we Jews, I
we pray to God. and we confess
the sins of the human race i
we mourn in oui" synagogues
we must be conscious of the need
to raise money, for Israel
our institutions and agency-
Sometimes it does get mini-
boggling.
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Bj RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
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What is the origin of the syna-
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ixile, contemporar; thought
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ervtces
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: i.\i in.- tnu f.\isi..iii- (ii si.inc
'' ""' '" -' ^e kind synagogue worship, even
riinil:,]. u/\/l.. S ...I ihAii .1,1 .
familiar words "And I i I
ove tl Lord th) God with all thy femple.
is early as the daj ol the first
Rabbi Berger
------ ,------ 'innjj nappens mat inev iikc and
Lord to give h.m the ability to be TOre easily "disbelieve" when it
lei rt with all i1-
.11 thj m hi .
The Hebrew Vnd thou
I love" is "Ve I ti n T i The
ame letti rs rea form the
i "Ml "Ho-0 \ Ot which means
11 Pal i archs."
Our
'h .; "with ail thy heai t" i"( fers to
the ii.'\mm.in ol in. at
he risk of hi- life, insi ifed
ov, ing ih. word of God; "with all
Hi) .- ill" reflect the dc\ 'tion of
Isaac, who was willing and read)
ii be sac ificeri on the altar in
rder to obey the word of God;
"with ail thy might" speaks of the
levotion oi Jacob whose life was
i ne of con-tant service to God
despite the dangers that surround-
id him. This is the kind ol love
hat faith brings about.
Faith is not a simple yes or no
decision after the fact. Some peo
?le easily "believe" when some
'hing happens that they like and
Som< times thi se i n i eferred to
ii the Bible as Hi uses of the
i .h remial : Si metimes
.ii y are listed a it Ions
Psalms 48 i I he) may have reach-
(l the place ot ie promin-
nee during the Babylonian exile
tii.ie was ii i central
i!e in Jeru lalem at I time v hi< h
ould be the c i-: attraction
i n worship.
n seems that during the 'lays
lieve.
Every person is endowed with
the capacity to believe and to have
faith. Hui not every person attains
that status. It does not happen
automatic ally It is not easy. One
must work long and hard and
diligently and sincerely to achieve
it. Anil when he does, he recog-
n zes it as thai special gift that ,
is- something they don't like
That's not faith.
Faith is a phiiosophy of life and
i way of living. It requires con
itanl renewal and periodic adjust
"lent. It i; wanting God's time
>vithout doubting God's truth.
It is tc.it special ijiii with which
ach of ui can be endowed, if we
i....< .s ii ,i. nun s|.i run gin uiat | "acn oi u; can i> ciiuuucii, n i
God bestowed upon him. For it pursue it, and work to attain it.
r\ vLoin tea, I '. t %?/
evistoM
V,
ogrGrtt*
Nov. 4
i
Nov. <
4 B:30a.m The Pirsl Estate
iR ated on Ch. 2 at 5:30 p.m.)
Ri v, Luther C. Pierce
"T< "We Attended High School in Israel"
1 .intham, Warren T i and
Susan u.
' ': 3 .i in. The Jewish Worship Hour
lo !' bbi Solon on Schiff, direct ir of Fed 'ra i
ii munit) Chaplaincy Si rvice
10 a.m. The Still Small V
;'i Vlichae] Elsenstat, Temple i
E !P and Juda
W I ;m .1 G Idworn, q

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HE WEEKLY TOHAK PORTION
Lechtt
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''" rm, get th thy < n
I i ime to Abram I I the
countr) and....., ,
" him ,-oull becci e
lion and a h] -v | .. |
i urneyed south ...:
hi' -v. and a large numb?r of follow rs
" lerusalem God .i.-i i,
it ihe Land of Cam uld fall to
'ants; lal Bethel, Abram "call the n
ming his bi li if i and i nly
i
IN 'vere famini Ir impelled
;|.' jil r a time. Fearful U Egyptians
; h in in or Main possession of i autiful wife,
f i) that she was h ?arai was.'
" '"to I household and >iV(.,i nu-
fl; of r- rds and servant ici-ms were
wever, wl taraoh and his court i mitten with
is illnei uth was discovered Pharaoh sent
A I; way from Eg
INANT OF VHAM: In Abram's P9tl y ar, God re-
na in. Henceforth h. be ca'li d
' of itioi
called Sarah, princess Sarah would bear a son i [saac, through
to i ircum I e hi n-
' after ivery male rti I
n e in d i;
il the Temple in Jerusalem, while
he sacrifices and their accompany-
ing prayers took place in the Jeru-
ah in sanctuary, assemblies oi
.ews would gather :o pray at the
ame time in various places in
heir respective communities. This
.vould correlate the central serv-
ice in Jerusalem with prayer act-
ivities in the local community.
With the destruction of the first
Temple, the synagogues rose to
irominence because there ceased
o exist, for a while at least, a
cntral shrine in Jerusalem. These
ynagogues in the local continu-
ities were, indeed, centers of
ommunal concern as well as cen-
ers of praver. They may have at
irst been simply open air gather-
ngs In a certain specified public
.ace while later becoming struc-
ural edifices, such as we have
oday.
Why do many Jews wash the
hands three times when washing
for ritual purposes?
Some claim that the first time
emoves the dirt or any matter
hich prevents contact of water
ith the hands. The second time
enders the hand spiritually fit to
eceive the water. The third time
,'ives spiritual purity to the hands,
lising the owner a step higher
i the scale of spiritual perfec-
tion.
MMMi
A H A V A T SHA1 OM CONO"cCA.
TION. 995 SW C7th Av". Orthodox.
Canlor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2633 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. C.irtor Sol Pakuwitz.
2
BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
Dr r. Miami, R-'rrm. Rabbi Her-
bert M. Baumciaid Associate Rabbi
Barry Altinan. 3
i ....
\ :. I \ i i
in '
BETH DAVID. SW 3rd Awe,
Corstrvj.iv-. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W i.'nr.on. .
..i South DhiIo
.* uililiiriuni Si- mn hi '.,

r |h-|, >.-i \ i. ,.- w ill h, eon -
il I>| Shcltton KihIiii I .
. r\ .,
Si m il "il,. tjualll nf 1'i.n ii .-
-nil i.l M| Hllll
Mv. Hui mn i. v.'
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave Ortho-
dox. R.ibbi H. F.othman. 5
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BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Mooern Traditional. Ralui. iiliax Sha.
piro. Cantor Leon Seqai. Rev. Alex
Stahl. Rev. Mendel Gutterman. S i
Kri.li.v s.ir, p.hi Spi-vlcm for tin- |
1 S*T3 71 s.iiS'i.ll Will In- ii|i'":*'l ||V Hi II'- I
< i;i-.-.-ii!: mark Ihe 13th Herles for Rabbi .Mux
Hlmplrn al lielh Kmi.-li mill lilx vnii I
n Hi.- "inmuiiiiv His siininii trill
'" I i:.'iiiiiiili..r.'' Mr. mill Mi- |)BVltl
Kalilniiwttx will hual Ihi* i.....k Shah- j
hui in honor of their irrantlnoii'i' Itor
Mil/Mill.
BETH TIKVA. (Reform) 9025 Son- i
set Dr. 6-A
BETH TOV (Temole). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative, Rabbi Charles
Rubel. Cantor Seymour Hir.kes. 8
Kiiilat s:i.i ii.in. Sir mi hi: '-Tin True
Uualltlt-N of I i-inI. i-l,im." 'i'ii, slater-
In.ml will hoHl ih.....loll Shiibhat.
Si mi
I-", i.l:
'
s:' fi in ||f i
:. in: 1. in. iiiIm il
whl
. !
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Saiurila] '
VVarnhau
hui Motola; Hi,
i..... Mi
r,
i
Ir ; Mis,
li: .ii.ii-
Hebrew Academy
Banquet Dec 23
Greater Miami lietirew Academy
'as schedul d its 20th annual
irship dii n< r Di i. 12:! at the
'"ontainebleau Hotel, ii was an-
"iinccd Wednesdaj bj I. li.
h !' .. i. ol the cecutive
committee.
Th< banquet di i iva po itponed
ii a i i avoid conflU I with meet
both ilii' Isra i ncy
und and State of [srael Bon Is,
Miian.. noted. 1I< said a!l of the
on leadi i >hip ot the Hebrew
d my, a beneficiary agency of
' i : ''i an Ji i ish I edera-
ion, woiked actively in the ei
;encj drives of both the IEF nd
i following Hi" outbreak oi'
he Voin Kippur War.
Proceeds of the $125-a-conple
linner and dance, and ol $613
cholarship contributed in ass0.
on with the annual event, will
lelp the Hebrew Academy pro-
holar hip a isistance to near-
ly 75 per nl of it, i nrollment.
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot. 10
l'"i IllllJ s !,, fi, imiiii: Si iiulll !
Kill.1.1 -ri,,. Tempi.. I me
V.niih Uroun will imrllcli...... in ,.
reatlvf s, i .
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Cons'rvative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
PYUIiij :, mill s:l.-i )i iii Sernii.n: "rial-
four l lay 1911 l" I Satunla.i 1.1
im Si-i.......: "Portion of il.. Week."
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OR OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative Ranbi David M.
Baron. Cantor Beniamin Ben An. 13
''ilii:,.'. s pm Sri-mull; "OH oi Israel' '
Satunluj 3ii a.m. Hi rnion: "Pin.....
of Hi.- Week."
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N Miami
Ave. Conservative. Pabbi Maurice
Klein. |4
ZION (Temple). 8000 Milier Rd, Con-
servitive. Rabbi Norman ShaLiro
Canter Errol Helfman, 1
> r. p.in. Kumllj Merviri Hem
1....... i 'lui .....nal illn i-tor, n <\ elve
II s.-nil..ii. II.-. SlltUnll/.' !l .im .'.1
mi in: Sedrah "' ihi \\. ,. ii:,.
illmvah : i.i,. i. ii-, -....| ..I' ,\|
HIAUAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Tempi*). 951 E. ,
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Znlondek. ^
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSr.E CONGREGATION. 22."9 '
NE 121st Joseph Goriir.kel. Cantor Ben Zio-
Kirschenbaum.
ie Ami
MIAMI BtACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Av
Orthoriox. Rabbi a-ieldon N. Ever 17
BIIkk-IS A-L- 7?" Jot' st- Orthodox
Rabbi Mordeeai Shapiro. is
BETH JACOB ?01 Washinrilcn Av
Orthodox. Rahhi Shmai nhu T Swir.'
sky. Cantor Maurice Mimcl.es. 19
BETH RAPHAEL Temp'-) 1545 l.
r,ersor Ave- Contervatlve. Rahbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul B.e-h 2'
NER TAMID (Temple). ROth S' and
Tatum Waterway Conservative.
Rabbi Euqcne Laboi :z Cantor Ed-
nvard Klein. 29
OHEV SHALOM. 7053 BonHa Or Or-
thooox. Rabui Pinn- IV, v. erman
30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENT = R. 643
Collins Ave. Rabbi S:.d. Nahmias. 31
CONGREGATION E""Z CHAIM. 1542.
44 Washington Av* Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. I7.?0 7"t. it. Causeway.
North Bay Villac.* Conservative.
Cantor Murray Yavreh. 32-A
AGIJDAS ACHIM N.sACH SEFARO
CONGREGATION 707 5th St., Mi.
ami Beach, Orthouox. Rabhi Mor.
decai Chalmoi'lto
NORTH MIAMI BtACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 102S
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conservative.
Rabbi Milton Si-hlintky. Cantor Ian
Alpern. 33
AGUDATH ACHIM irQ Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center. 19255
NE. 3rd Ave. Orthodox. 33-A
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
eoMtx. Cantor Jacot E. Mendelson. 34
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 14G1 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Victor O
dwelling. Cantor Jack Lerner. IB
SIW4I ,T-mnl-l. of i.nRTH DAD6
18801 NE 22nd Ave Reform. Rabbi
Ralnh P. Kingslev 'antor Irving
Shulkes. 37
'"| li'av s;i;, ,, 1 mfly s, nhhai
'''/liii- anil \..i :.." hlrlltiluy
hlhlreii iii i. I,....,1 s..mil.iv
11 Sei in..... i rah 1 rtlon '
, hui .mii-v ,ii; si. i-i ri Urawer and
Jonalhnn Oroff.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOCLE. 18151 NB
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov
Bidnick. 33
YOUNG ISIIAtL OF GREATER MI-
AMI 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox,
rtabbi /ilii.in Kos-owsky. 39
LORAL CABLIS
JUDEA (Temple). 555C Gran.id! B
Reform. Rabbi Michael B E>s
slat. Cantor Rita Shore.
Friday 8 n.m. 1 ,Vj,.(, >
|"", '......1 iu..... II
'i me n ii' and ..'.-. -r ,i
n-Kram ilui
-:i'ilr.l:i'. III:. .
I'ivi'i"'"' S"" J'r' ":
Ivd.
en-
40
II-
1,.
nee
ml.
ZmMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabti Maxwell A.
Berger. Cantor Stanley Rich. 4,"
SUKFSIDt
M?'4aAH.rd*VI? "KGREGATIO-v.
3.48 Hardinn Ave. O-thr
l_saacea Vire. Cani0. ^
FORT LAVDtRDAlF.
DnTH, f^AEL ?Shi^ P-).rl' Blvd ,1";i!'i Philip a.
Labowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. 49
EB.AvdU",RLi S245" W" ""1 P'h
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbj A-lhur j
Abrams. cantor Jerome Klement. 43
P0MPAN0 BEACH
MNW.A,he6t.JEW'8H CENTER 6,C1
SHOiOM (Temple). 133 SE 11th Ave
Conservat.v. p.hbj .,,oms A &^
HAUANDAU
BAXe SHhLOM ,TemBle,. 4144 Chase
Caninr r^''1!. o"3'"?1 Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser. 21
8f^H TF,'rAH- 935~E"uc'id Ave Or
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack"v
22
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Temple Zamora
C ..-a! Gables
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^84AN w.E?REW" C0^G"EGAT,ON
CUBAN SEe-HARmc HEBREW CON-I
"abbi Meir W"^^ SCaI
L-hrman. Cantor Zvi Adf,^' """'pS
Cross, M,bbl Alexander S
o?l?.B.Q*T|ON AN-NELL
MJSlSrr A;ad""vl, 7th
h^^f/r.-P'thodox. Ral
him Ben-h'llel
(Branch
St. ami
abbi Ahra
25-A
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
RabTHa"VC>V 416 *E 8th Ave!
JaeoK n.arr^ E' Sc,1wartz. Cantor
Jacob Danziger.
"Pan n:
I
under Ihi
'. .. '' nrti will al
' Halu
'' '" Sermon: -i | i. ,.M,., .."
H0UYW00D
7gr1catPS1.N0S/. hebrew con.
OREGATION. Conservative. 3501
University Dr. Rabbi Max Weitx 44
BuFH EL "oipiel. 1351 S. 14th Ave
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe
sett m nilM-r.s will
" WbIo med .lui i.,ii .s.rvi.,
BfhTu^ |,HArLM""T>mple). 4601 Ar.
ton m?L Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold 41
c I Cantor Yehuda H-ilbraun Snaf"r^
VnV r,Zr,jr MMMUN itv
Orthodox RaKhj JTua8h,no,on Ave
* T.b.r H. ster-
Cantor Yehuda Heiibraun.
T3i"oPSW R?nE7^ AHM Con.e,,ative.
310 SW 62nd Ave Holl/wood. Flabb
' Benarroch. Cantor
-^".^~l ^ s..
" Ml Kyrr.
MIRAMAR
Cntor Ahra'hamahKbo.^r.rm ^"''^
H0MISTIA0
JEWISH CENTER.
" it. Conservative. frt


November 2, 1973
^Jfnisi Mcrldttor
Faqe 15 A
WE HAVE EVERYTHSNG WE NEED'
Israel Stops Egypt Third Array Escap
\\ i\ (J'I'A) l-i-icl claimed Mondu; that it roiled an
in pi > il\.' Egyptian Third Army to break oul of encirclement in
kesmar said the Eg>ptians attempted to throw an infantry
!(.-. tii" Sue/. Canal l>"t it was destroyed by Israeli artillery
v to Col. Nahman Kami,
_,. ivas .-'Hilled :it dawn
I ,ii kilometers from the
nutlet of the canal He
Egyptians apparently in-
[led t |, s the canal from th
.,i hunk. I i.i. li a llerj
;,.i hits :ni(l the bridge
h said,
u \S learned, meanwh Ic
i Israeli avd Egyptian
h ,y hold a s( cond me t: ig
I i kilomi tor marker o i
Suez road, the site of
me '
forces shot down three
Egyptian helicopter thai were fi)
ins In the direction of the eneir
cled Erj ptian Third Army in tl e
southei n .m i ion of Ih Suez Canal
\'w o ol th* ei oters v ere dow ncd
bj Israili Mr Force jets sent up
i i interc 11 them and f"II into
the GuH of Fuez. The third was
hit b) ground fire and crashed i'>
in area h Id by Eg] ptian l ii
military spokesman said. The heli
. were hel'evf d to be tryin!
i airlift supplies to the Third
Army. The incidents occurred
shortly after 1 a.m. local time.
\i Ih UN, Ism ^ bassa lor
V'o cf Tckoah charg -d that the
1 a ter flights constituti d a
iir mi \ iolation'1 of the cease'
fire agreement by Egj pi
In a in'-iv to Secretary General
Kurl W ildhciin, Tckoah accused
the Egyptians of additional cease
fire breaches He alleged that Egyp
lian fore s opened tank, artillery
mil small arms fir against Israeli
for es in th< s tuthern sector of
thi canal an I lhat they also fir*'!
cn*ound-to-j across ic
c< .iM'lirc lin.
THE SUPPLY >f food, water
ind medical sup 'lies to the Third
Army through Israeli lines con
t'nuod, The main problem was th-
ferrying of the truckloads of sup
plies across the canal to the bi
leacuered Egyptian forces on the
east bank.
Th '' '>
For To time beinB, in ferrj u.t
i. ace impli'he 1 bj Soviet
am] hlbioiii tank E 5j ptian Fupph
'rucks, driven l>\ UN personnel
continui ri to move eastward I
ward the canal.
The whil i i 'i hater contain
ers carrl >d by the trucl 'em ie
be mort pr zefl bj the E optian=
A young offic v v ho Ident ified
himself as a lientenanl colonel
though he won1 n nia of
rank, told the i i aeli offii er i
on coi oj i" th
:s that "We la<' i I
we have everything
'l hi Israeli replied, "If Ihi is so
we can )hi11 the con' oy b ick The
and a ked if
th* coi
in wh il
k'rs laincrs
on tj an j hi I 'the
rctui ii i 100-fo i|
ItlCANWIIII E, E yptian and I
i .i h i hj ill i i i b
side It Ir al w unded K
lian POWs in Israeli hand
movie house In a raptured :
tian arm) camp on (he west side
oi the canal lia- been turned into a
hospital. The '.'..r::.in doctors
themw : es arc PCWs.
Or.....r them, Capt V
Makdi F *ka 2-3, I l' newsmen
thai he i 'ivi 'l fi ;l
an la I his 1 ra< II
grad-
uate ol tin U I i
S< hool and ... in a
11 I i i i ita Lh.il I
forces li
unt I In' w ; i
Supplies Roll to Trapped Troops
Bj YITZHAK SHARGlL
and DAVID LANDAU
I'lKI. W1V (JTA)The iirst
jiiI- ol a United Nations food
| mvoj for the encircled
i Third Army passed
iron -. Israeli lines Sunday after
fcments of the Thiid Army
Liud fire on the very route
tpi- which the supplies were to
Imc. Lt. Gen. Iluini Barlev
i Egyptian Gen. Bashir
t that afternoon that any
Jirther shooting by the Egyptians
Jould prejudice the passage of
nipplies,
In other developments. Egyp-
I at [smailia fired SAM
Bristles at an Israeli plane fl' Ing
i Suez Canal. Two nun-
Bred InnUh soldiers, a unit of
he United Nations Emergency
Torre, nlend Sue/, town Sunday
|;, ring been turned back
twice by Israeli tore.- holding
the api :oaehes to the town. One
sraeli soldier was killed and two
Bvcie v ounded when theii vehicle
ruck .! mine on a road near the
. border.
ISRAEL LODGED complaints
\i;!i the UN true observers over
," !'. ptian shooting incidents
[Sunday. Bin the food convoy
| I io liy l.-ia. li Gen. Ah iron
i'arh ..( his post midnight me I
. with Egyptian offici rs, was
I age. Barlev, lormei
hi ; ol Staff who i- now on ,
Ective military duty on the E
Tian front, was at the convoy's
tailing point in the Israel laid
Jcctor oi the west hank ol the
|c;inal.
The supply vehicles, driven In
II N personnel were inspected by
llsiaeii soldiers before being al
Bowed to proceed. Barlev had
linade it clear that no ambulan
a il! be permitted. The evacua
lion oi some 2.000 wounded Egyp
tian soldiers of the Third Aim)
llias been held up until Egypt
tgreea to exchange wounded Is
liarli soldiers in Us hand.-.
Tile 100 vehicle UN convoy
proved difficult to assembl
mainly because of the shortag.
lot (hives. It was decided that
It he convoy would be split int
[units of 10 trucks each. Th
[Au-ti-ian ciuers. members o
the UN emergency force, were in
charge ol the convoy, lhcy con
Iferred with Gen. Barlev. after
fwhich he authorized the convoj
ho begin. It was uncertain no*
the supply trucks would cross t
the east hank of the Suez Cana
-where t!ic Third Army is located
[There are no bridges and ai
barently no rafts. Meanwhile an
. ther convoy of 12 trucks entera
flhe citv oi Suez with media
Supplies and blood plasma tor th
civilian population reported t.
number about 15.000
' Chief Oi Mail Gen. David EU
Kar has charged that the suppb
convov of food and drugs to th<
encircled Egyptian Third Army
Kvas forced on Israel. Israel wa
forced to agree, hut it will be a
one-iime operation, he t dd inter-
viewers on a television program.
EI.a/ar said the meeting
between Israeli and Egyptian
officers was a good sin and they
probably would continue because
various aspects of the ceasefire
remain to be resolved, li is pre-
mature to call these talks direct
negotiations, Elazar said. Sum-
mini; up (|iC War, the Chief ol
Stafl said Israel had "too short"
notice ol the Egyptian-Syrian at-
tacks.
He hinted that intelligence as-
sessments were to blame, But. he
added. Israel never pinned ii- de-
fense strateg> wholly on carl}
warnings. He said that since 1970
it had developed a strateg}
whereby the n gular army and
air corps was always prepared to
meet an attack "to avoid catastro-
phe" while the reserves were
mobilized.
Elazar's obvious displcaure
over thi' supply convoy Io the
Third Army was reflected in Is-
rael newspaper reports over the
v el; >nd ihat Cabinet ministers
ai I high ranking military offici rs
resented reported U.S. pressure
(.ii Israel 11 allow the resupplj
operation. The newspaper Ha-
aretz said that Deputy Prime
Minister Visa] Alton. Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan and Elazar
wire particularly angry The}
maintained that while Israel
should make every effort to re-
spond in general to U.S. re-
quests, ii was intolerable lhat
Washington should exert pres-
sure on local tactical problems.
THE THIRD Army, cut off by
Israeli forces from all of ils sim-
ply routes, was in a precarious
position without food or water.
While Israel at its own initiative
Mipplu d lie Eg}! tians with blood
plasma for their wounded last
Thursday, the question ol rosup-
ply had been an important cud
in Israel's hand with regard i >
solving such ceasefire problems
as the POW exchange. Israeli
mil isters i>< lieve that the U.S.
promised the USSR lhat the
Thi d Army would be resupplicd
without first consulting Israel,
Haaretz said.
Yediot Acharonol columnist
Ben Porat claimed that the
Third Army had been on the
ver e of surrender until the U.S,
di tided to save it.
An Intimati
Reiule.'.-vouB lor
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