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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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NEW: Barak Jet-Fighter Major Arms Triumph
By MAIER ASHER source of supply of many of her ing to beg foreign sources for
. ^&. B..itmi. Dasic arms in tnis- tne fourth some of the most essential of
London Chroicle Syndicate Midd,e East ^^^ weapons.
Starting with rude Sten guns Not only did home production ISRAEL'S ARMS industry was
,nd mortar tubes in the pre-state save millions in foreign currency, given a strong puh after the
era Israel's own military indus- but it delivered the goods to the Six-Day War in 1967 when it be-
tries have emerged as the main front in time without Israel hav- came clear that ;he Soviet Union
was supplying the Arabs with an
abundance of sophisticated hard-
ware while the reliability of Is
rael's sources in the west were
uncertain.
Israeli military technicians
placed their entire effort on, first.
securing the country's supplies of
ammunition. Today. Israel pro-
duces the varities of ammunition
she needs with very few excep
tions. She also produce- span
parts for many of her importi 1
Continued on Page 7-A
"Orewislti Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
V- "me 46 Number 45
Miami, Florida Friday, November 9, 1973
Twc S-Jction? Prir? 25 cent*
Syria Cuts 68 POW Throats;
1,864 Israelis Killed in War
IN REPRISAL
Boycott
U.S. Grain
To Arabs?
,', \-MlNGTON (JTA)
le the Arab states continue
;. use oil production cutbacks as
political weapon against the
L'nited States, the U.S. has
as the prime source of
{rain and other farm products
th Middle Bast, according
report here in the Agricul-
partment's publication,
Agriculture."'
The report said that in the
(ember, 1973 period.
American wheat shipments to the
Arab :ountries totaled 145.000
metric tons, 5V4 times more than
in the same period last year.
EGYPT BOUGHT S83 million
. I S. farm commodities during
fiscal year that ended last
lune 30. almost double the previ-
I Jr year's purchases.
Egypt bought 2-2.00O tons of
I S. wheat and even bigger pur-
ases are earmarked for 1974,
Continued on Page 2-A
PARIS (JTA)The barbaric behavior of Syrian soldiers
Inst Israeli soldiers was described here by a deputy who just re-
turned from Israel, Pierre de Benouville, president ol the ''Fra
Israel Parliamentary Committee" and a member of the parl
majority, told a press conference here that he saw >3 Israeli so!d
on the Golan Heights with "their throats cut
slaughterhouse."
Describing what he termed the "ba-;. Syrian
soldiers, h<' stated that this was evidence that the "Syrian a.:-;:.....
intended "t.> exterminate Israel."
BOTH DE Benouville and Roger w
Chlnaud, another deputy who al-
so just returned from Israel, as-
serted that the fourth Israeli-
Arab war was a war of destruc-
tion against the Jewish state. Dur-
ing the press conference given by
the "French Committee for Soli-
darity With Israel," the two dep-
uties said that the enormous mili-
tary equipment employed by the
Arabs indicated that they sought
not only to recover the occupied
territories but also the "extermi
nation of the Israeli people."
Threats Resumed .
No Pull-Out ... 8
Nixon Should Resign .
Tekoah Responds .
Golda in Capital .
War Just Beginning .
Soldiers Saddsned .
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ISA
Cfl. DAYAN MtNACHCM Sf.'GIN
NO WIN WITHOUT U.S. AID
The two deputies warned
against the Soviet threat to Eu-
Dayan, Beigin in Clash
On 'Total Victory9 Push
Continued on Page 2-A
TELIS KNESSET IN SPECIAL SESSION:
Questions Between Israel,
U.S. Still Unanswered-Meir
President Nixon is beinq
asked by columnist Joseph
Alsop to resign because
he is weakening U.S.
strength in the Middle
East. (See Page 9-A)
TEL AVIV (JTA) Pre-
meir Golda Meir indicated on
her return from Washington
Monday that certain questions re-
mained unanswered on both
sides during her three days of
talks with President Nixon, Sec-
retary of State Henry A. Kis-
singer and other U.S. officials.
She said she could not answer
reporters' substantive questions
before reporting to the Cabinet.
Mrs. Meir, who landed at LoJ
Airport at noon, neverthelesi
made a statement to newsmen.
She said that she and her aides
held lon,g and intensive talks in
Washington to clarify on what
subjects the U.S. and Israel take
a common approach and on which
their approaches differ. "I must
say that we were given full posi-
bility, during long hours, to dis-
cuss all we had to disci:--' the
said.
THE PREMIER added that the
replies she got 3nd the quest
that were asked "some with-
out reply on our part and some
without reply on the Amerii i is'
part" would be brought to the
Cabinet for discussion and deci-
sion. She was to address a spe-
cial session of the Knesset
Wednesday.
The 75-year-oU! premier, wear-
ing a blue suit and looking sur-
prisingly fit after her almost con-
tinuous round of meetings in the
U.S. and the long flight home,
was greeted at the airport by Cab
inet ministers, Knesset members,
U.S. Ambassador Kenneth Keat
ing and members of her family
Airport workers and spectators
Continued on Page 8-A
By DAVID LANDAU
JTA Jerusalem Correspondent
JERUSALEM Defense Min-
ister Moshe Dayan revealed in
the Knesset that an exchange of
wounded prisoners of war with
Egypt is under way. But that is
only the first of four demands
concerning POWs that Israel has
presented to Egypt. Dayan said.
The other three, so far not Im-
plemented, are for full li-'
lar.ie- of POWs, permission for
Red Cross repr
Israel P >Ws in Egyptian hands
ill POW exchange.
DAYAN SAID that about 320
Israeli soldiers were missing on
the Egyptian front and presum-
ably were taken prisoner. Egypt
go far has submitted 82 names
which Dayan said he believed in-
cluded about 60 wounded soldiers
He said that there has been n
response whatsoever by Syria on
POWs despite appeals from the
International Red Cross.
He said 120 Israelis are mi-
en the northern front and may be
:n Syrian hands. Two Israeli pris-
oners are held In Lebanon.
Dayan addressed the Knesset
in the course of a debate called
Continued on Page 13-A
We're Seen Building Up
Pressure for Withdrawal
By JOSEPH POI.AKIFF
JTA Washington Bureau Chief
WASHINGTON The impres-
sion seemed to be gaining here
that the United States, itself un-
der severe international and
some domestic strain, is putting
pressures on Israel to back down
from its hard-won military and
political positions.
While little hard evidence was
...But Golda Gives Henry Flat-Out 4No'
By Special Report
Premier Golda Meir was pre-
paring early Wednesday to tell
the Knesset that she had rejected
U.S. demands to pull back Israeli
forces inside Egypt and keep sup-
ply lines permanently open to
Egypt's Third Army encircled by
Israeli troops on the west bank
of the Suez Canal.
Mrs. Meir was reported to have
told a secret session of her cabi-
net Tuesday that her discussions
with President Nixon and Secre-
tary of State Kissinger were
"tense and difficult"
DR. KISSINGER particularly,
she said, demanded more help
for the entrapped Egyptian Army.
Amid growing demands from
Comart, the European Common
Market countries. Tuesday that
Israel pull back to the Oct. 22
ceasefire lines and free the Third
Army, Mrs. Meir said in her se-
cret session and was preparing to
tell the Knesset that she flatly
declared to Kissinger and Nixon
that to keep permanent supplies
going to the entrapped forces
and to permit an Israeli pullback
would only encourage Egypt to
exploit any military advantages
it received."
publicly visible, knowledgeable
i rvers held that Washington
is saying in effect to Israel
We saved you from the Arabs
and the Russians with our weap-
ons and veto power in the UN.
Now you listen to us and start
moving towards a quick and prac-
tical solution with the Arabs
you know, UN Resolution 242 of
Nov. 22, 1967."
president nixon and Sec-
retary of State Henry A. Kis-
i- have reiterated, since
Egypt and Syria attacked Israel
Oct. 6, the long-standing U S
commitment to Resolution 242
and it now appears that the ad-
ministration is about to go through
with insistence that Israel comply
with it.
Domestic, European and Japa-
nese fears of an oil boycott and
iroblems associated with that,
the fragility of Soviet-American
Continued on Page 9-A


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Syrians Cut 68 VOW Throats
Continued from Pase 1 A
ope in tin- Middle Ea-t. They
said that in su| porting tho Arab
lations in the war, the Soviet
.nun nought in < I tain a foot
in the Mideast from which i'
mil i lominate Europe strateg
altj hrough its position in Eu
southern flank, and ero
lomically by controling the flow
if Arab oil lo Europe. _
rhe 'I' Benouville revelat
|< even more stark com-
ijainst a background "f latei
(i-: i Israeli casualties in the war.
ISRAEL'S OFFICIALS said thai
I Israel men in aim- had
:v.l Mini the Oct. b' attack. In
were 1,800 casual
i i .i -ri ,..- ,nough nature
ire hospitallzation.
Mi .,'. liii.' depite cold weath-
r. in estimated K.000 demon
n massed f >r a rally i ties
i iy in \V.' York on behalf of
lara< li prisoners ol war captured
i \ pt .i I Syria during th
Yam Kipp n v ir The rally, un
i : tin ,i'.i-| ;c, nl Hie I onfcl
i nee of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations,
was attended by demonstral trs
Carrying American anil Israeli
flags and placards with slogan:
calling for the Immediate release
of the Israeli prisoners of war
and condemning the inhuman
treatment" if the prisoners bj
Egypt ami Syria Congressmen
\ew York Btayorallt) candidates
and Christian religious leaders
: idressed Ihe rail) held in Man-
hattan's garment district.
I racli Ambassador Yoscf Te-
koah disci ised al the rail) that
in addition l.i an earlier report
that Syrians ha I murdered Is
raeli prisoners' 'here was "in-
formation "l mother place where
Israeli soldier* were shot after
having been taken orioner. In
one case, an imorisoned and
wounded Israeli officer, who had
difficult) walking w is shot to
death."
TEKOAII ALSO said that Egypt
and Syria displayed Israeli prls-
onei on ti levisi in and those
I Vould G ra in Boycott
To Arab Countries
Counter 'Oil War?
Continued from Pase I A
lu 80.01 o 'ens of wheat flour
ent months, Syria pur-
i 30.000 ions oi U.S. durum
/.merican- Israeli
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ISRAELI GIFT CENTER INC.
BAR MITZVAr1 SETS
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I M WASHINGTON AVI. 532-2710
".a i~*m^^mtmmm\ n ui
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ions this year.
The publicatii n said thai
floods in Paklsl u, were respon
sihli lor the Arab countries turn
ing to !h" l S a- a major source
i I rice pendinj deliveries from
i haiiand.
1X8. Rl( t: exports to the Arab
rie; are spected to be dou-
rhi 90,00 i 'oils delivered in
1972.
The sale of U S. grain and
ol hei fat m pi oducts to the Mid-
dle V. xpected to reach a
5600 million in fiscal 1973
74. a 30 per cent jump over th<
; re\ ious year.
The Middle East, according I
uttui e, i as big
market for American farm prod
ucts as China or India.
11 isoners wi r "forced to be pho-
tographed in humiliating posi-
tions." He charged Egypt and
Syri i with flagr ml vi il
the Geneva Convention on treat-
ment of war prisoners by refus-
to transir.il lists of prisoners
they held.
The envoy also charged that
l' ypi and Syria were not con-
n rned ah ul the return of their
prisoners held bj Israel lie said.
i soems that humanitarian con
stderatiftns phvj no role whatever
i ihi ir thinking even in respeel
ti. t''eir own men."
He said Egypt wants to free the
trapped Eg) ptian I bird Arm) :o
continue "to ki I." and he added
that sava'cry cannot be permit
ted to become a bargaining too)
in international life." Tekoah al
so said that Israel would attain it
goals of secure bo indaries and
declared thai Jerusalem will "re
main united forever forever
Israel's sacred capital."
Sen Jacob Javits I K -N'.Y ) told
the rally thai wh the Unitei
Nation- rushed to enforce ;
ceasefire, when Ihe Arab armies
were near collapse, il did
show concern over enforcement
oi th" (Jcneva Convention He
fated that one major aspect of
the .Middle East situation involve*
Israel being resuppllcd with
arms
ANOTHER ASPECT, the oi
pressure-, b the Arabs, require'1
a summit meeting of heads of
European nations and th" United
States lo resolve the oil-pinch
Javits said that "we will nevei
et the heroic stand of the
Dutch people against the oil
squeeze and urged that the U.S.
mils' be!" Holland.
He declared that the United
States must nn "scil out" Israel
for any reason, and not permit
the Arab- to trade defeat for vic-
tory. He said il vt in the inter-
esl 'i th I S. lo -u;-:oit Israel.
and thai rp.-a^ement as past
history shov leads I > war am1
disaster.
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l.i. this talk aboul a sell-out
.- res] onsibl .
The Kissingei -Nixon axis hasn't
! ael put at all. That's jus(
plain old Tel Aviv propaganda
<*! the enei y-minded
people feel about the brown oul
I month s 1
These are the insidl ua typ<
who see in the Middle Easl cri iis
Isra '.'s answer to worldwide in-
din. rence thi 1 the Arab- launch
ed th< ir attack on Von Kippur.
Such spleen- it 1- alnosl un-




Volume 46
Friday, November 9, 1973
Number 45
14 HESHVAN 5734
Pictures in Marked Contrast
!
The pictures of the two leaders were in marked con-
trast.
Last week, during his talks with President Nixon in
Washington, Israel's acting Foreign Minister Ismail Fahmi
seemed relaxed, composed and in total control of the dip-
lomatic situation.
Prime Minister Golda Meir, when she arrived for talks
with the President at the White House the very next day,
appeared to be utterly exhausted, anxious, even depressed.
Thus it is once again in the Middle East that to the
victor belongs the agony, to the vanguished the spoils.
Fahmi came to the U.S. to express President Sadat's
demands. One cculd not know that he had been beaten.
Golda came to the U.S. to offer concessions. One could
not know that she had won.
Importing Soviet flumanitarianism'
Though it horrifies us, from an objective point of view,
we can understand the Arab reluctance to give up their
Israeli POWs.
Arab strategists recognize that each Israeli life is
precious, not only from a personal point of view, but also
from the point of view that proportionally each Israeli life
is of far greater statistical significance than an Arab life.
ff This, in fact, was Sadat's big gun on the battlefield.
CF Ke admitted it freely and frankly. It did not matter how
overwhelming the tide of the military struggle went against
li his forces. All he had to do was to stand pat and loss
li soldiers by the tens of thousands.
Israel, even if she was "winning," could not afford
R w- Now that there is a "ceasefire," Egypt is applying a
similar strategy to the question of Israeli POWs. Why
should she agree to anything at the same time that Israel
is so anxious to have her soldiers come home?
As we say, horrifying though that may be, we under-
stand.
What we do not understand is the brutality with which
the Arabs, particularly the Syrians, are treating their Is-
raeli prisoners.
At the same time that Israel permits food, water and
medical supplies to the entrepped Third Army, the Arabs
brutalize Israeli POWs.
If that doesn't say something to the growing tide of
anti-Israel resentment in this war, then we don't know
what can. It is not only Communist weapons the Arabs
have been importing. They've c!so been importing Soviet
"humanitarianism."
-, A Decade For Our CRB
Joseph Robbie takes ever from Dr. Edwin S. Shirley.
Jr., as chairman of the Metro Community Relations Board
at the board's annual luncheon on Friday.
The event marks the CRB s 10th anniversary here. We
join the community in congratulating them.
During the past decade, Miami has qrown in parallel
with other great civic centers of the nation New York.
Chicago, Los Angeles and with that growth has come an
extraordinary number of racial and religious problems
so characteristic of mass urban development.
Christian and Jew blacks and whites, Cubans and
Haitians all have added to the Miami scene their par-
ticular flavor and, on occasion, the possibility of intergroup
tension.
But the parallel between Miami and the other great
civic centers of the nation ends right here in that, because
of the outstanding contributions of such agencies as the
Community Relations Board, we have been spared the
agony of riot, conflict or uncontrollable hostility.
Our CRB has served as a sounding board for natural
differences and a source of education and inspiration to
the forces striving for communal harmony.
We salute the CRB's new chairman and recall with
gratitude the achievements of his predecessors who have
helped make Friday's anniversary luncheon an occasion
worth notinq.
-WIU.HfcMAKerr6ACK?
forgivable. If you really wai
know, the truth is a> follow.
THE TROUBLE started
Nixon decided to resuppl;
Isiaelis.' People got the v
ll ;,
Nixon is no pinko rad
dupe of the Soviet-inspired
national Conrounisl inti
Anything Brezhnev says is
perfectly okay with hin 1
supply of Israel pro\
though i is a fact that Nixon
become well-practiced in
"da."
still, history will vindicati
Remember how he caught
Gahagan Douglas red-ha
Such patriotic devotion to duty
should put to rest once and f,.f
all these ideas that the President
is a dupe.
Probably, proponent- 0
dupe theory recall that r
during the Nixon vice pre-,
that we didn't sell the I
out eitherin 1956. when we
ordered them back from
thus inviting the Russians into
the Middle East as our competi-
tors there for the first tin I
Russian hi-tory.
WHAT ARE friends for?
all, detente is detente. Ii
going to do something, do it -0
that the other guy knows .1
mean it. with largesse, liki
ing away someone else's vict
No cheap gestures.
What the Kissinger-Nixon 1 -
i- now hoping to hack out 0
Israeli hide is merely an
performance of our previous
erosities a strengthening in 1975
of our ties to the friendly K,,.--
sian peoples that began bach
there in 1936 on -the SftBdf i
Suez.
It should be seen in the
Continued on Page 11A
COMM
mv EDWARD COHEN
^ YOUNG friend of Marxist
orientation with whom I cor-
respond recently wrote: "I can
- '. -s that there are other things
on your mind at the present
the Middle East situation, which
I won't comment on except to
-ay: Capitalism means war."
I appreciated his understand-
ing of my involvement not to
push any further with the radical
left thesis that Israel is a tool
of American imperialism and that
only a revolution which will
bring a socialist Arab-Jewish
state into being means real peace
for that battered, bloody area of
the world.
HIS OUTRAGE against the
capitalist 1 imperialist) involve-
ment in the latest war include
the Soviet Union. Britain, France.
etc. in that li-t is no .greater
than mine, although I briny a
more historic cynicism to it than
the young man. For I include a
democratic nations dies hard,
even though it received its fatal
blow in 1337 when this nation,
with its Neutrality Act, and Brit-
ain and France with their policy
of non-int'-rvention. helped Hit-
ler and Mussolini destroy the
Spanish democracv.
BY THEIR policy of denying
Israel the -pare parts and equip-
ment for tanks and planes it had
paid the British and French arms
n 1 rchants in cash, they in effect
east their lot with fascist Russia
which provided massive arms for
its Arab clients, tools in the big
power game, And their pretense
of "even-handedness" (no) send-
ing materiel to Egypt or Syria)
is exposed as a mockery as they
continue their sales of offensive
weapons to Libya and other \r;,')
nations which have found their
way to the front lines.
I wonder if some of the older
statesmen of the three nations
disillusionment with Marxist-Len-
inist theory and practice which ,,? P"*1" now that the So-
lly not yet experi- 22 replaced Hitler's
Germany as the major fascist
threat and as Hitler did in Spain
is using the Middle East to try
out new arms and tactics in prep-
aration for the day when detente
is no loncer necessary?
N HIS candid diary of tint
period. Harold Ickes told Presi

he has apparent
enced.
But he is not alone in his left-
naivete We Jews are sorely put
out these days as we contemplate
the possibility of such U.S. pres-
sure on Israel as to endanger its
future, again, as after Suez in
1956. We are distraught that Eng-
land and France, our allies of
that aborted adventure, have
proven to be as perfidious and
as whoring as their old reputa-
tions.
NO DOUBT we have had little
choice but to feed their desire for
arms profits, but we must be
aware that despite our 'great
power" in the U.S.A.. Britain and
France, it is all illusory when
they perceive their national inter-
ests as they do today.
The myth that the so-called
"free world" has a stake in main-
taining the integrity of small
dent Roosevelt that his failure to
lift the arms embargo to helo
democratic Spain was "a black
m American history" It
certainly provided Hitler with the
incentive to hegm World War II
The Conservative government
01 Britain won a vote on keeping
the embargo on spare parts and
ammunition for Israel, primarily
because so many Tory and Labor
m-mbers of Parliament abstained
rather than take a principled po-
sition. Some writer may some dav
characterize Prime Minister Heath
a ST0'-6 0rweU- in 19:18- wote
of the Prime Minister of Britain
then: 'By a combination of
ness and hypocrisy that !
take a lot of beating, Cham' r-
lain and his friends have all I
the Spani.-h Republic t
strangled."
WRITING ON the eve of W 1
War II in 1940. Orwell suj
it is doubtful that Franc* I
Britain decided to leave d<
cratic Spain to its fate on!
cause the Soviet Union inter' I
profitably, as historv no
cords on the side of tre
Loyalists.
"One must conclude.''
this great novelist and join': t
of that epoch, that the B
and French not only wa 1
Franco to win but would, ii
case, have preferred a R11-- !
controlled government to a -
cialist Anarchist combination
der some such leader as 1
lero."
NO, THE parallel is not q te
exact, although my young fl 1 id
would challenge the descrip:; of the Caballero governme-
anything but a Popular front de-
signed to stifle the socialist revo-
lution. That is not the Issui
hand today.
As Jews we must try to under-
stand that there is no mor.
among nations. Even before they
sold out the Spanish people, the
French and the English paid lit-
tle heed to Hailie Selassie when
he cried out in the old League < i
Nations, which gave sanction to
Mussolini's invasion of Ethii
in 1936: "Outside the kingdom of
the Lord there is no nation which
is greater than any other,
and history will remember .
judgment."
In his farewell address. George
Washington made it plain that
"There can be no .greater error
than to expect or calculate upon
real favors from nation to
nation."


Friday, November 2, 1373
^JwHIf- fkirHiii:r
Pc-je 5-A
Israel is Lamb Surrounded by Wolv-
es
Congregation Both Israel of Mi-
am] ik-uch will celebrate an im-
portant milestone in its life, the
congregation's 20th anniversary
in March, 1974.
At that time, a jjala dinner will
be held at the Crown Hotel, hon-
oring the "gevirim" of our con-
gregation. The correlation of the
honoring of our 80-year-old mem-
EDITOR, The Jewish Meridian: EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Events have shown that Israel
is still the proverbial lamb en-
circled by -evenly snarling wolves.
While the Yom Kippur War was
raging with Israel on the defen-
sive, the nations of the world were
unwilling to take action to stop
the fighting.
A voice did come forth from the
Vatican (which to this day does
not recognize Israel) demanding
that Israel hand over Jerusalem,
the Golan, the West Bank of the |
Jordan, Gaza ami Sinai to the
Arabs. This call was echoed by,
powers the world over.
IV IS a fact that the intention
ol the Arabs is to wipe out Israel, i
OUR i
READERS I
WRITE I
bers and the 20th year ol our eon.
;regation is an auspii ious event,
IN THE rededication ot the
remple in Jerusalem by the Mac-
cabis, the cruse of oil found to
miraculously survive
eishl days,
was called "pach shemen."
'Hie numerical value oi liie iic
brew letters, "peh" and chuff.'
are 80 and 20.
Together, in Congregation Beth
Israel, the 80 and 20 together add
up lo .i united 100 per conl jyna
jogue, rededicating ::-. II to many
ol si rvice to God's name. '
Fifteen our our members have
reached a e 80, We look forward
to wishing Hum 120 years in the
tradition of our great rabbi and
.eacher, Noshe Rabbenu.
JACK M. BASH. Chairman
MORDECHAI shapiro, Rabbi
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Had those areas been in Arab
hands, the offensive would have
begun in the populated areas of
Israel, and they could very well
have driven the Jews into the sea.
This obviously wouldn't have both-
ered those powers very much.
But after 17 days, it has been
proven that Israel will continue
to live. With the offensive in their
hands, the Israeli forces began
their march to Cairo and Damas-
cus. With this turn of events, sanc-
timonious voices were sounded
calling for a ceasefire.
Their hidden feelings are trans-
parently obvious. Israel's demise
would be to. them a welcome hap-
pening. But an increase of Israel's
strength and security or a broad-
ening of its boundaries must, in
their opinion, be stopped by all
means.
THE JEWISH people could only-
take to mind the words of the
Psalmist: "Put not your trust in
princes, nor in the son of man in
whom there is no help. Happy is
he that hath the God of Jacob in
his help, whose hope is in the Lord
his (.od who executeth judgement
for the oppressed.''
RABBI PHIXKAS WEBERMAN
Ohev Sholoni Congregation
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
I want to express my apprecia-
tion tor the splendid coverage The
Jewish Floridian has been giving
the crisis in the Middle East.
Mainly, the interpretive columns
and features; which Bimply are not
available anywhere else, have been
a most instinctive source of infor-
mation.
AS LONG TIME readers, my !
wife and I recognize the problems
of being up-to-the-minute in a
weekly publication, particularly
when events i" the Is;acl-Arab
struggle have changed so rapidly.
But it is a great source of satis-
faction that you have been able to
do just that.
BEN C GREEN
North Miami Beach
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
Is this the time we want Prcsi
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As the captain in our building
of the He.zl Lodge of B'nai B'rith
and the United Jewish Appeal. I
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9-Jenlst IJcridlar
Friday, November 9, 1973
Threat to Resume Mideast War

Uy Special Report
The rattling sounds of war
were heard in the Middle Fast
once more this week as Egypt
threatened to resume the strus-
8le unless Israel returned to the
Oct. 22 ceasefire lines.
The threats came simultane-
ously as Israeli Prime Minister
Ciolda Meir left Washington fol
taring, a round of talks with Pres-
ident Niyon and Secretary ol
state Henry Kissinger.
DR. KISKINfiKK spent most of
the weekend in Washington shut-
tling hack and forth between Mrs.
Meir and Egypt's acting foreign
minister, [small Fahmi. during
which Kissinger was trying to
find a formula to preserve the
shaky ceasefire imposed on Israel
and the Arabs by the I'nited
States and the Soviet Union on
Oct. 22 and again on Oct. 24.
Egypt's immediate aim was to
neutralise Israel's military ad-
vantage gained after both sides
resumed shooting for a day and a
half following the Oct. 22 cease
fire and resulting in Israel's
breathtaking sweep to within 35
mile.* of Cairo and deep penetra-
tions north and south on the west
bank of the Suez Canal.
The sweep surrounded and cut
off Egypt's Third Army on tho
east bank, which then refused to
surrender.
UNITED NATIONS convoys of
water, food and medical supplies
have since been supplying the
surrounded Egyptian force.
Israel Defense Minister Moshe
Dayan, amidst the growing threats
of the resumption of war. said
Sunday that the Third Army had
once again tried to break out of
its encirclement, resulting in a
three-hour artillery duel.
Dayan warned that Egypt could
definitely" be expected lo re
new the fighting because of it *
dissatisfaction with the Oct. 24
lines.
"We have to realize that the
war is not yet over." Dayan told
Israel in a radio interview Sun-
day night.
In the face of a resumption
of war, Israel would be facing
Egypt's Second Army entrenched
in the Sinai along the northern
Suez Canal, part of the vaunted
Bar-Lev Line Egypt captured in
her Yom Kipnur attack on Oct. 6.
DAYAN ALSO noted that the
Society ol bellows Dinner Dance
Honoring I alia noil Is Rescheduled
The dinner-dance of the Florida vote their full attention to the
Jhaptcr of The Society of Fellow,
if the Anti-Defamation League ol
I'nai B'rith. honoring George ..'
l'alianoff. has been reschedulet
or Dec. 15 at the Kontamebleai
lotel.
The Middle Fast crisis promptec"
he postponing of the dinner, first
, t for Nov. 3. so that AIM s I- lor
da leadership and Stafl COuld do
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ftiorial Gardens, 1421
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urvival of Israel.
In a joint statement. Ben and
tichard Essen, cochairmen of The j
iociety of Fellows, said. "ADL'f
tatewide information and counter-
iction operations required the
.eague's full attention during the
nost intense period of the Middle
last crisis and working with Flor-
la'g Jewish communities was our
ilrsl priority, therefore the post-
oncment ol the dinner."
The SOCil ty Of Fellow, is a lead-
p group whose members work
i promote ADL's local and na-
! | i-ogri 'i- its mi mb ts spon-
nts in the interesl
Vit I) tarnation !. ague and
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Third Army still represents a
fighting force. Repeatedly, he
said, it had attempted to build
anting Hie two forces. That is
bridges across the Suez Canal sep
what the Sunday artillery duels
were all about.
While Egypt's ultimate aim is
total Israeli withdrawal from all
occupied territories, its most ii
mcdl >' demand is f jr a mire
"moderai." return to the Oct. 22
lines at this time. But in Syria,
radio Damascus was monitored
p irly this reek as declaring that,
"Any continuing footing around
by Golda Meir will only lead to a
resumption of the fighting."
Syria will be satisfied wUh
nothing less than immediate and
total withdrawal to the pre-1967
Middle Fast boundaries. Syrian
radio said.
THE TIIRLATS of resumed war
came amid Syrian remarks that
the U.S. had underwritten further
Israeli military operations and
that Mrs. Meir's press conference
in Washington last week follow-
ing her meeting with President i
Nixon showed her to be "no less
arrogant than before Oct. 6."
Meanwhile, Syria continued
to refuse lo supply any informa-
tion to the International Red j
Cross on Israeli prisoners of war.
amid rumors that Damascus or- j
dered and carried out the execu-
tion of 12 Israeli POWs.
Also. Egypt said Monday that
she was beginning a "secret"
prisoner of war exchange with Is-
rael, which Gen. Dayan promptly
labeled a categorical "lie."
Egypt continues to refuse to
supply names and other informa-
tion on some 400 Israeli POWs.
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Barak Jet: A Major Triumph
lnul from Page LA h. fii w______ -. *
Page 7-A
Continued from Page IA
weapons.
But her greatest pride -bos- nt
the "complete" weapon Bystom.
made for the use of the variou-
forees. One of the most nicccsa
fu) in tins war has been the Ga-
briel seato-sta guided missile.
Packing the punch of a de-
stroyer, it has given the Israeli
missile boats a considerable edge
over the Egyptian and Syrian
navies with their more numcrom
nd iarger vessels and has sunk
Russian-made vessels in Arab
en ice in what are considered
the first sea Rattles betweenVtis
sile boats.
. THE GABRIEL has a warhead
of about 300 lbs. and can be tired
over a distance of some 20 miles
guided h\ precision electronic
gear manuf.-.ctured in Israel.
At present, Israel is producing
not only the nissiks but also th-
missile boat;- The Haifa shipyard
has built th, first two of an im
proved type of boat twice the gin
of the i50-;on "Cherbourg" boats
which were whisked out of that
French port In Israel in defiance
of the Froneh embargo. Beside"
improvements introduced to Brit-
ish Centurion tanks and oldei
model-. ,if American Patton tanks.
producing whit i, locally known
as the "Panturion," with a biggci
108 mm gun and a more power-
ful engine caoable of using ;il!
kinds of fuel, foreign sources re
port that Israel's military indus
tries are now turning out th<.
"Sabra" all-Israeli tank with a
rounded turret and low profile
"f which nothing has been pub
li-hed in Israel.
A similarly secret Israeli
vanon. according to the Amer
ican magazine, "Aviation Week.'
is the Barak jet-fighter produced
in Israel and based en the French
Mirage bul able to carry three
time, the load of bombs al a
higher speed, thanks to its Amer-
ican Phantom engine.
according TO the American
source, about 28 Barak jets have
been in action in this war and
Israel is reported to have ordered
from tiie aircraft industries Borne
200 Barak aircraft.
In the missile field there is
also the Shafrir air to-air missil"
which is said to be regularly use I
in an- combat. It is equipped
with an infra red homing device,
which searches out the heat from
nn cwiiv aircraft's ensine ex
haust.
Israel has als > produced its
own infantry weapon, the automatic rifle, which replace I
the Belgian FN gun
GEN. ISRAEL i'ai. on,- oi Is-
rael's most competent weapons
expert- and at present depuO
chief of-staff. said: "Israel i- c,
pablc of producing anything il
needs in the field of weapon-.
but all depends on tiie cost."
It is this latter element which
has proved a handicap and with
the enormous wasteage of arms
and ammunition imposed b> tin
Soviet way of waging war. Israel
has -till had to depend on the
west primarily the U.S.A.
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Israel Doesn't Have to Withdraw-Rostow
ST. LOUIS (JTA) A
leading architect of the U.S.-
sponsored 1967 resolution that
ended that year's Israel-Arab war
asserted here that this United Na-
tions document, which is the sub-
stantive part of the resolution
adopted by the Security Council
Oct. 22, 1973, docs not call for
Israel's withdrawal from all occu-
pied territories but does require
negotiations between the Israelis
and the Arabs to establish peace
with "secure and recognized''
boundaries.
EUGENIC V. ROSTOW, who was
US. Undersecretary of State for
Political Affairs in 1967, address-
ing the national executive coun-
cil of the American Jewish Com-
mittee on the final day of its
annual meeting here, said that
resolution No. 242 of Nov. 22,
1967, embodies a "package deal
Israeli withdrawal in exchange
for an ugif;cmnnt establishing
peace.
"Then, but only then. Israel |
would withdraw to secure and
recognized boundaries established [
b.v the peace agreement," pursu
ant to .i timetable specified in
the agreement.
This concept has been tradi-
tional U.S. policy, he said, and
should be continued as the only
basis for a lasting peace which
would secure American and allied
nterests and prevent Soviet domi-
nance in the entire area.
ROSTOW, A former Yale Law
School dean, and Sterling Profes-
sor of Law. pointed out that Is-
el's armed forces were legally
stationed in Ihe West Bank, the
iolan Heiehts, and Sinai "under
a series of 1967 Security Council
itions which authorizi h
Questions
Between Us,
Says Gold a
Continued from Page 1-A
applauded as she descended from
an Kl \1 jel and walked on a red
carpel to the airoorl terminal.
MRS. MEIR had very warm
words for American Jews. "While
,n Washington, hundreds of Jews,
((immunity leaders, came over
and 1 told them that while during
difficult days and nights I could
hold myself together when seeing
hat electric spark that passed
through me from these Jews to
Israel she said
"Such love, devotion, Identitv.
all that we wanted and hoped
for to prevail between the Jew-
ish people and Israel came true.
And with such an Israeli Army
and such an "army' of the Jewish
people, we shall somehow over-
come if times will be difficult.''
Before her departure from
Washington, Mrs. Mcir said: "1
left the White House with the
conviction that the friendship be
tween the United States and Is-
rael remained as it was and we
have no doubt about that."
KISSINGER, SHE also said,
"spent hours in trying to find on
what points we agreed and on
what points we I hope tem-
porarily disagreed. These talks
were held in a spirit of great
friendship. More time and more
patience I don't think anyone
can expect from any govern-
ment.'"
The Israeli leader indicated
that the exchange of prisoners
had top priority in her talks with
the President and Kissinger.
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racl's presence in those areas as
an occupying power under inter-
national law, and forbids the use
of armed forces to disturb it."
The Arab attack on Israel three
weeks ago was therefore "the
most blatant case of aggression
since the North Korean attack on
South Korea in 1950.'' he said.
The former undersecretary cau-
tioned that some U.S. officials
might now be contemplating a
retreat from the 1957 policy to
the "disastrous policy we follow-
ed in 1957." when we obtained
Israeli withdrawal from the Sinai
without a peace treaty, in ex-
change for private and public as-
surances from Nasser commit-
ments he repudiated and thus
made the Six-Day War of 1967
nearly inevitable.
"THAT HISTORY' of broken
promises." Rostow continued, "de-
termined the form and content of
the 1967 Security Council resolu-
tion.
This time, the international
community said there should be
no Israeli withdrawal from the
1967 ceasefire lines until the par-
ties had made an agreement es-
tablishing peace an agreement
which would fix the secure and
recognized boundaries to which
Israel would withdraw."
Rostow hailed the new Security-
Council resolution, despite cer-
tain ambigiuities, as the most con-
structive single step taken by
the UN in 25 years to solve the
Arab-Israeli dispute, because it
embodies a binding decision of
the council that the parties pro-
ceed at once to negotiate a just
and durable peace, in accordance
with the principles and provisions
of th<- 1967 resolution.
TURNING TO the origins of
the Yom Kippur war this year,
the former diplomat said that
the Egyptian and Syrian attack
upon Israel was a "deliberate and
carefully planned Soviet move,
threatening fundamental security
interests of the United States and
its allies.
'The Soviets trained and sup-
plied the Arab forces to initiate
a war which, they hoped, would
draw the United States into con-
flict with all the Arab nations,
separating the United States from
its NATO allies, and thus trans-
Friday, November 9,. 1973
form the Middle East jnd the
Near. East into a Soviet camp,
outflanking NATO, ^ntl control-
ing space and oil supplies vital
to the economies, and the defense
of Europe, the United States and
Japan. r: I
"IT DEMONSTRATES that the
goals and methods of Soviet pol-
icy are unchanged," he' asserted.
"They continue to'sponsor lim-
ited wars, in open violation of
the United Nations charter, and
to terminate them only when
they face unacceptable risk."
The Soviet plan, Rostow said,
was frustrated "by the brilliant
and courageous success of Israeli
arms, backed by the staunch and
thus far effective support oi
American diplomacy."
The United States, in its own
self-interest, must continue to pro-
tect its position and that of its
NATO allies in the conflict, Ros-
tow insisted.
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Friday, November 9. 1973
* Jenisti Fk-rkftur
Page B&
NixonHurting U.S. Policy in Middle East
And Must
Resign from Office
By JOSEPH ALSOP
Ls Angeles Times Syndicate
WASHINGTON The time has
his resignation, conditional upon
prompt congressional confirma-
tion of his chosen Vice President.
The condition is needed simply
because it would be a gross con-
stitutional impropriety to use the
current mess to reverse the vot-
ers' verdict of less than 12 months
ago.
This reporter has reached the
foregoing conclusions with ex-
treme reluctance. Yet it can he
>aid on excellent authority that
i,< fore the President's recent as-
i nizing press conference, he
: ayed for a long time with pre-
i sery~the same conclusions.
WHATEVER ELSE he may be,
["chard 84. Nixon is genuine" v
ational-mindod. If he gave sen-
HE thought, to the alternative of
signation. it was surely because
, now senses that his ability to
I /action has been impaired.
To give one illustration of thp
ay the President has been Crip-
,-ed, there is the directive that
ave some time ago to Secre
> of Defense James Schles-
rer.
The secretary was asked to
(pare contingency plans for
issrve increase in U.S. defense
estment. II was a wise and
jghted presidential direi
, recent events have proved
THE SOVIET*, in I
rase, "probed bs bayonets" in
e Middle East list week, and
> are still hint;-: ') >y
-o again for thai d
ngerous drama is not I o<
Lenin's rule aboul
bayonets" was: "If steel :
ntered, withdraw; if
(countered, continue." II
i Soviets n< ier do n
mlesi they feel they are
Ij to encounter mush.
ferior military power is
mush-locator in Soviel i
e 1965. we have first per-
tted the Soviets to draw .-
: i
The Soviets, in Lenin's phrase,
"probed by bayonets" in the Mid-
dle East last week, and they are
still hinting they may do so again
for that deeply dangerous drama
is not yet over.
AHtp
and, then, even more fecklessly.
we have alo permitted the So-
viets to draw further and further
f th; United States in
mil lary power
on has in truth functioned in a
way that compels admiration.
Furthermore, me has to ask
oneself what would have hap-
pened '. egimes in the
as now been proved, this White House if the} had ever
been subjected to a comparable
inquisition.
This reporter has known three
different White Houses tti the
range of very well to exception-
ally intimately. They belonged,
successively, to Franklin Roose-
velt. John Kennedy and Lyndon
Johnson.
If these other White Houses
had gone through what the Nix-
on White House has been put
throuch. with informers climbing
out the windows and floods of
secret papers pouring out the
doors, there is no room for doubt
that impeachment cries would
have been heard in the land.
THIS IS an impossible picture,
to be sure. One cannot imagine
any deni/en of the Kennedy
White House, for instance, doing
the kind of thing that was done
by John W. Dean III.
But the plain truth is that be-
iriL; the great engne of the U S
government, the White House is
the place in America where
power most intensively centers.
And power is even more dangor-
ous than dynamite to have around
in great quantities.
This does not mean that what
may be called the anti-eoverup
of the Watergate horror is to be
regretted. Thank heaven for it,
on the contrary. The system of
management that prevailed in the
former Nixon White House
the one destroyed by the anti-
covcrup in fact contained the
seeds of great peril for the coun-
try.
One has to speak of "the seeds"
only, because the way the system
was used, for bugging Lawrence
O'Brien, for example, were too
ludicrously silly to be truly
perilous.
YET THINK of the peril rff
such a system being inherited in-
tact by really tough and able
men, like President Kennedy's
Kenneth O'Donnell.
In sum. by the people he chose
and the system they built with
his approval, the President has
been brought to his present
plight
has created an WUte'y risky sit
at m which will not be correct l
even if the Mideast sett! down.
IMF PRESIDENTS direc
Secretary Scblesinger mean
he was thinkine seriously
it a strenuous effort to
reel this risky situation.
Yet anyone 'can see that an
rtanl defense incn
. by Richard M. Nixon no
r has a tinker's chanci
of getting through the Cort-
': e country and the Conj
sin ply disbelieve the ui-
:;. fact-, however loudly
:,,. presi ei m ghl proclaim
arguing Mr a defense
as<.
. iiy or illustrai ion,
pn : icon's
ability to functi in
- irdly anything he can
: ger thai reqi in i
-; .nal approval. Thus.
-.. ine <>f tin I ,S
nt the presidency, has tern-
oken dov n.
IN A as this is an u
slat. : affairs. Repeate I y, as
the Soviets : ,0
c in th'.' Mideast with
n [;. ..,.. President Nix-
Israel Pressured to Pull Back
Continued from Page 1-A
rite which underlies much of
\ ixon on's viabil
ity. and the L'.S lesiri to i
friend ons with the Arab
states und< rly thi ur ings to Is
raid not t i miss th o iortun-
ity" for a M ddle East settlement.
The pi ths i settlement arc far
from cl ar, and while Washing-
ton may be 1 toking towards some
road building, the factors of So-
viet intentions and exorbianl
Arab demands may deter U S se-
verity towards Israel Egyptian
President An < i Sadat's despatch
of his Acting Forei ;n Mini-tor.
Ismail Fahmi, to Washington is
i on the supposition that
\ ashing! m i- ready to listen to
t's plight and the return of
Egyptian feel ng thai only Wash
ington can bring about Israel's
withdrawal from Sinai.
SOME OF the propaganda of
p, ace will that preceded
the Egyptian-Syrian attack on Is
rael Ocl 6 ain manifested
11 F> r 'ign Minister Mohammed
ll o' Zayyat's rmark in Rome on
his a> home : i Cairo from Now
"i ork's I N s< -.- > that he trusts
1-rr'l vvilj ;.,. Iti I it's
... \f |r( : r peace.
i- that Wash-
i may veer somewhat
ward Egypt and
Another in ; w as the
vial- mcnl b> Statp D ipartmenl
ok iman Robert J McCloskey
thai Ihe ( .'-- fire should no
us) I to I ire the surrendi
an army. This was th cl saresl
i s rebuke yel to Israel since
the fighting started. Mi
n mark came in his respon
.! question about Israel reports
that Hi" I S pressured Israel in-
to all iwing help to be -t.wn to
the trapped I ptian Third
Armj
>!,- nicd that pn
ing food r and medicii
the equ valenl
of 11 essun on Israel. He noted
thai Israel had made the pro
posal for a meeting between field
commanders. 1 he aid was ar-
: ,i. d lindl r UN auspices.
BUT PRIVATELY a senior
Stati D ipartmenl official agreed
it was "perfectly obvious
thai the Soviel Union was wor-
ried about the Third Army sur
rounded on Hie Suez Canal's easl
Lank and the effeel its surrender
woul I have on Soviet-Egyptian
relations Phis in turn had the
effect of i msinR the Soviet gov-
ernmi i I to urge the United State*
to ti 11 ill' Israelis thai it would
thi I syptian forces by its
(Cam troops if necessary.
such a threat of action is wide-
ly believed h ire. McCloskey do-
med that there was any discus
sion between the Soviel and
American governments that the
l S would have the role of point-
out the threat of confronta-
tion to Israel.
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Notes from a War Diary on the Home Front: Watch and Wait

Haiia
tpilE CURIOUS among ua look back into our oil
Israeli newspapers, prior to Yom Kippur day.
Oct. 2, one paper headlined its story: "No Syrian
Military Initiative Viewed," hut on the same day
another paper wrote: "Israel Defense Forces on
Alert on Golan Heights Because of Syrian Reinforce-
ments."
Wednesday. Oct. 3, one paper wrote that the
Golan Heights provided a buffer zone of safety, and
it- editorial about the Arab troop movements was
headlined "False Alarm." Thursdav, Oct. 4. our
pil -v quoted the Arabs as tearing an Israel attack,
and they were preparing accordingly.
Friday, Oct. 5: "The Syrian government has
joined in tin alarms of the past 10 days about an
impending l ra*l attack and is resolute in its
determination to repulse such attack." The next day
,\ a. Yoni Kii pur.
Israelis on the home front volunteered their
help for \i; I services in such numbers that the
hordes of volunteers caused jams, and in some
s they v ere being asked to go home until called
for.
A traffic offender in Tel Aviv was caught by a
HMI1
History Distortions
And Defamation
Of Sephardi Jews
r|,lie Secret Jews" bv Joachim Prinz (Random House
SC.U5 I9ii pp.) abounds with pseudo-scholasticism.
errors of history, and tales reminiscent of a former
Yiddish Journalist who was called "The Baron Mun-
chausen of Y ddish writers."
In addition thereto, the author, a rabbi, digresses
from his theme to preach, moralize, make comparisons
and defame the Sephardim. He apparently does not
know th:it Spain did not come into being until 1516
and prior thereto the Iberian Peninsula consisted of
several indcp ndent kingdoms and Portugal.
THE HI TORY of the Marranos in Spain and
Portugal has ngaged the attention of eminent scholars
such as Halm Belnaii of Israel and the recently de-
ceased Isaac Revah of the Sorbonne. Both of these
historians ha c excellent chapters in "The Sephardi
Heritage."
Antonio Ooniinguez Ortiz and Julio Caro Baroja.
Spanish Christians, have also written extensively on
the secret Jews of Spain, but any resemblance between
what they wrote and what appears in Prinz' book is
purely coincidental.
As for the Jews in the New World. I quote Salo
W. Baron who wrote in his latest volume that "among
the most meritorious workers in this field one ought
to mention Alfonso Toro and, more recently. Seymour
B. Liebman."
AMONG THE amazing errors in the Prinz book
are: 1) only the Sephardim were false Messiahs. Fact:
Jacob Frank of Podolia was an Ashkenari 18th cen-
tury Jew and one of the most reprehensible false
Messiahs; 2) he word "Marrano" was created by the
Christians for Jews who were false converts. Fact: the
word was us Jews who were sincere converts to Catholicism; 3)
"Marranos have been discovered in Mexico" and that
there are 7.000 of them in Mexico City. Fact: The so-
called 'Tndian Jews" are neither Indians nor Jews nor
are they descendants of legitimate Jews. They adopted
Judaism in this century, and the total number is less
lhan 300 in Mexico City and the other places named
by Prinz.
HE WOLT.I) have profited from reading my article
in the "American Jewish Archives" of November. 1967
and other references to them in other places; 4) Only
converts were under the jurisdiction of the Inquisition.
Fact: A reading of the Inquisition rules shows that any
person could be tried by the Holy Office of the Inquisi-
tion 'the correct name) for any of several violations
related to beliefs of Jews.
The author would have done well not to make odious
comparisons between the conversions of Sephardim in
Iberia and th" "ahtetl" Jews. His bibliography is an
Indiscriminate listing of what anyone can find in a
library catalogue, and it includes outright trash, as
well R| the w >rks of coniDetent writers The author is
correct wh"n he st;ite<; that the Jews have survived
through adversity, but the} have not learned 4,o sur
in freedom.
t^eumoiir ^Jj)- laLmieb
police officer going through a rod light. Instead e>f
giving him a ticket, the policeman told him he
would have to pay with blood and escorted him
lo a blood donation station of the Red Magcn David.
MANY TIMES a day the radio carries announce-
ments about happy events back home. It's an odd
feeling to be in a tank, and to hear that you have
beeome a father. Pranksters took advantage of the
broadcasts, and a number of surprised warriors, un-
married, learned they had become fathers of twins.
Most popular name given lo girls born since
Yom Kippur is Maya. There must be hundred* of
them. The name is made un of the ititials for the
It's a Boom Year For
Many Jewish Activists
A JEWISH student leader at -New York State Uni-
versity at Binghamton, where a majority of the
-Indents are .lews, has predicted "a bumper crop
year" in Jewish activities during the current aca
demic year.
Brian Liebeskind, cochairman of Shomrel Ha-
tikvah. a campus cultural organization, said, in mak-
ing the prediction, that there was more money,
belter organization and more interested students
I his year than ever before in tic four groups scrv
ing Jewish needs on Hie northern New York campus,
according to The Reporter, published by the Jewish
Federation of Broome County.
THE ORGANIZATIONS are Shomrel Hatikvah:
Nachalali. a monthly independent Jewish student
newspaper: a Kosher Kitchen, and the Jewish Fel-
lowship, which sponsors religious programs.
The report said that the four organizations had
. Hebrew, 'Milchemct Yom Hadin." When told that
gome reporters were referring to this as the Yom
Kippur War, Gen. Elazar replied it would be better
lo call it the "Milchcnict Yom Hadin War of the
Day ol Judgment.
Picture of a nation at war: Between news re-
ports on television, we were treated to distinguished
artists playing Beethoven concertos.
In those first lew days after Yom Kippur there
was supreme confidence. The big guessing game
was how much tiioe we could shave off the six
days for complete victory. The mood became a bit
grimmer, though none the less confident, on about
the third day.
FROM MY terrace overlooking Haifa Buy we
saw and heard helicopters which flew the wounded
from the northern front straight to the Rarobam
Hospital at the waterfront. They came often.
We no longer comment on them, only exchange
meaningful glances each time we heard the ominous
round.
^&
J_jc>1 wn/ioe
benefltted from an increased enrollment this fall
of some 1.000 additional freshmen and transfer stu
dents.
But, Liebeskind reported, the effort to build
membership and student participation in the four
groups and their programs began in the preschool
period last summer.
Returning Jewish students received in the mail
a 12-page booklet. "A Jewish Guide to SUNY-Bing-
hamton and Broome County," produced jointly by
Shomrei Hatikvah and the Federation, containing
information on Jewsh programs on campus and in
the community. Liebeskind described student re
sponse to the publication as "enthusiastic."
WHEN THE students returned to school at the
end of August, they found awaiting them a series of
programs, including films, get-togethers, and a con
cert, organized by Shomrei Hatikvah, all free and
all well-attended, according to the report. Liebes-
kind said that during orientation week, about 100
freshmen listed their names as prospective volun-
teers to work on Shomrei Hatikvah projects.

Dr. Kissinger--
Thc Deeper Issues
VOW THAT the most important cabinet post of the
government is occupied by a Jew, will the foreign
policy ol our nation benefit? Will Henry Kissinger,
our 58th secretary of state, add to the majesty and
radiance brought lo that high office by Thomas Jeffer-
son, John Marshall, James Madison, Henry Clay, Daniel
Web-ter, Edward Everett, Elihu Root, Henry L. Stim-
son, and George C. Marshall?
This should prove the vital question regardless of
bow deeply touched Jews of the world are over the
selection of Mr. Kissinger.
WE SIIOlT.I) give only passing worry to th fact
that mail to the Senate Foreign Relations Cor... littee
rn 50 to 1 against him.
We can well forget that the Liberty Lobby, the
Black United Front, the Federation of American-Arab
Organizations, and the national chairman of Americans
for Democratic Action all appeared against him. Any
aspirant for this great office who wins the votes of 78
of the nation's 100 senatois has much going for him.
But overarching questions about Mr. Kissinger's
philosophy as it has related to American foreign policy
will continue to haunt us.
Is the hot pursuit of an archaic balance-of-powcr
diplomacy best for America in 1973 then? And if our
country, with Mr. Kissinger in charge of fcrcign policy,
does succeed in keeping the Soviet Union in check,
does it follow lhat China, Japan, Western Europe and
Latin American powers will be unconcerned and
impassive?
WHAT THE new secretary does with the
sticky issue of trade with Russia, as related to the
persistent demand that such trade be matched by free-
dom of exit for all desiring to leave the USSR, is only
one of a dozen nuts Mr. Kissinger will have to crack
soon. His probing for peace in the Middle East consti-
tutes a second maddening challenge.
^[joris Christians Responding to the War
(MIRISTlAN RESPONSE to the Yom Kippur War
has been forthcoming from leaders of various
church groups including Catholic, Evangelic. Metho-
dist, Baptist and Lutheran. A Catholic Leadership
Conference of religious women cabled an appeal to
Pope Paul VI to condemn Egypt and Syria's "crim-
inal act of war" and to come out with a statement
acknowledging Israel's right to exist securely with-
in the family of nations.
The National Council of Churches which is
composed of 30 Protestant and Eastern Orthodox
denominations is vague. But some Catholic bish-
ops have issued statements supporting Israel. A
group of 14 clergymen in Des Moines, Iowa, said
in a joint statement thai in this critical hour for
Israeli silence on the part of Christians would be a
'moral sin."
THE GROIP hMluded the Roman Catho!.:
bishop. ., minister of the United Church of Chrtlt
and the president of the Iowa Synod of the Luth-
eran Church of America. One Episcopal priest said
>n a statement: "Christians betrayed Jews in both
America and Israel at the time of the Six-Dav War
m 1967 by failing to offer them full and unequivocal
support in that moment of crisis. This failure must
not be repeated by Christians now."
With all this, the American Jewish Commit; m
-wn.cn is monitoring radio talk shows, newspap
editorials and other media-.Indicated that
finding, are not always reassuring. In Chic,
there appears to be a concerted effort to have ,..
shows monopolized by pro-Arab housewives


Friday, November 9, 1973
* Je nist fkrkMat)
Page 11-A
LEO M1NDLIN
Pressure-Who Said Pressure?
(uiitinued from Page 4-A
light, say, as inviting the friend-
lj Don Cossack Chorus to the
United States under a State De-
partment cultural exchange pro-
:i.iiii. or the friendly Ballet Rus-
M.. Culture-minded Jews always
line up by the uade County Audi-
iDiiuin-ful tor such stellar Rus-
gian occasions and never think
for ;. minute that they're selling
anybody out.
Why should it be thought thai
0ur Middle Eii.-t operation is any
different?
IF YOl' really want to know
the truth, 'hats when detente bc-
'i I! began back there at Suez.
when Nixon was no pinko radiclib
dupe of the Soviet-inspired inter-
national Communist intrigue.
What are friends for if not to
encourage the spirit of coopcra
tion?
What are friends for if not to
lielp MOSCOW sell them our
grain, cut-rate, spacesuits. com-
puters and other things they
can't manage to make or grow for
themselves because they're put-
ting their 'all" into missiles to
protect themselves from capital-
ist colonialist adventurist aggres-
sion?
How else do you show the Rus-
sians that you genuinely mean
to be friends with them? It's got
in cost, and cost plenty, to show
p, Dple you have no plans for
capitalist colonialist adventurist
ression against them. That's
the American way. You have to
b.' prepared to sacrifice straight
down the line.
PART OF the spirit of sacrifice
! e lopted to show the
Mum iviti e reaily mean to be
ih ':! frii i.cl- i- already regarded
, :i 'lasiii il principle in U.S.
fo eign diplomacy,
The principle is that only the
Russians and their clients must
be permitted to win wars, espe-
cially since their wars are gool
wars war- against capitalist
colonialist adventurist aggression.
In the name of that principle,
we haven't won a war since 1945.
Seeing Russian ballots, listening
to their noisy chorusesthat's no
real saciillce. If you want to
know the truth, that's just a bore.
You can't be friendly and beat
people in wars, no matter how
much of their music >ou bother
w ith.
That being the case, why should
we permit Isiael to win one?
What's wrong with those arro-
gant-faced Israeli.-,.' Always, they
want to win.
IF YOl' really want to know
the truth. Israel shouldn't mind
losing wars if she's really an ally
of ours like she says, if she reaily
wants to demonstrate she's MOT a
capitalist colonialist adventurist
aggressor.
And that's how the trouble be-
gan with all that talk about a
sell-out. The trouble began when
Nixon decided to resupply the
Israelis. People got the wrong
idea.
The Russians (for good rea-
son) and the Israelis (for bad I
thought he had made the deci-
sion in support of capitalist colo-
nialist adventurist aggression.
Actually, what we need in the
Middle East is a U.S. landing
ship, nothing more. And so it
doesn't matter what size Israel
is, and her security shouldn't be
a pioblem either.
Jut so long as we've got that
landing strip, we can be counted
on to protect it. That ought to be
enough guarantee of Israel's na-
tional integrity and proof that
we're not capitali>t colonialist ad-
venturi -t aggressors or supporters
of any.
THAT'S WHY Nixon sent all
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charges thai we are ourselves or
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nialist adventurist aggression.
It should be understood, and
I'm sure Dr. Kissinger is making
that perfectly clear right now.
we're not going to guarantee any
Zionist expansionist projectsno
adventurist actrression of any
kind- only what it takes for a
landing strip. Well, maybe just
an eentsy weentsy bit morebut
not too much more.
In the spirit of our friendly
tics with the friendly Russian
peoples, the classical pi inciple in
our foreign diplomacy must ap-
ply to the Arabs, too.
The Arabs must not be hu-
riHatfH '"hoi fix), wl'l "hortlv
income a classical principle in
our foieign diplomacy.
What, lor example, would be
so bad about letting President
Saclal review his victorious Third
A liny at a massive parade in
Cairo after being urged by the
friendh Russian peoples to with-
draw voluntarily from their ad-
vanced po.itions just south of
Haifa, where they had .joined up
with Syrian air units to destroy
Israel's oil refineries?
THE CONQL'ERERS who also
destroyed Israel's army in the
Sinai and the arrogant-laced Is-
raeli bridgehead that sneaked
into Egypt in violation of the
rules applying to no win wars
deserve that sort of eeieoration.
The Arabs must be able to feel
they won. It is necessary to their
"honor." a sort of Middle Eastern
"machismo" dedicated to Arabic
emotional needs.
But not. of course, to the ex-
tent of endangeiing our landing
strip. T'lal would be going too
far. That's why Nixon decided to
resupply the Israelis. For a min-
ute there, it didn't look too good
for our strip.
And later on that's why Nixon
called his alert. He didn't want
the Russians to tin the aODlecart
a I over our friend hip with them
just because the Israeli-, are al
ways lighting to win something.
THAT WOULD onlj get tljern^
angry with us and make themyioff
want to be friends. They'd- re-
fuse our cut-rate grain, space-
suits and computer's, and prices
at home might even go down,
thus causing widespread defla-
tion.
If. say. the Chinese attacked
them, they'd never let us open
another second front like the one
they begged for from us in World
War II against the Germans.
Yakot Malik was right when
he said of the Israelis that they
are "like savages, barbarian
tribes. Thcj have ravaged en-
tire civilizations." Always, when
they are al lacked, the Israelis in
sisl on embarrassing us by rur.
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AM) SO now you really know
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The Kissinger-Nixon axis wasn't
selling Israel out from the be-
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selling Israel out.
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IN TUMULTUOUS DEBATE AT WAR'S BEGINNING
Tekoah Responds to Arab Hatred at VIS
By YOSEF TBXOAB
It was not my intention to
speak at this stay.' of the meet
i:i": the statement delivered by
the representative of Saudi Ara-
bia compels me, however, to do so.
Onlj the other day I was in-
terrupted live times in this very
chamber in the course of express-
ing grief over the death of inno-
cent civilian victims of the war,
whether they be Egyptian, Syrian,
Israeli, or nationals of other
.states.
YET today we listened to a
statement by the representative
of Saudi Arabia into which he
succeeded in packing the maxi-
mum of nonsense and the maxi-
mum of verbiage and venom. He
did not slop at distorting fact
and history. He insulted heads of
states, including permanent mem
hers of the Security Council. He
slandered nations.
Me abused civilizations and re-
ligions. He extolled Hitler and
anti-Semitism. Yet no one ex-
cool me tried to call him to
order. His falsifications and cal-
umnities do not deserve any re-
sponse.
AMBASSADOR TiKOAH
EDITOR'S NOTE: The United
Nations debate of Sunday eve
nini, Oct. 21, at which the
Middle East ceasefire was
voted by (he Security Council,
was marked by an acrimonious
attack on Israel by the repre-
sentative of Saudi Arabia and
an eloquent reply by Yosef
Tekoah, Israel's permanent rep-
resentative to the UN. We
print below an excerpt from
Ambassador Tekoah's remarks.
I should, however, like to re-
fer to one point in his speech:
his attack against Zionism be-
cause he is not the only one who
resorts to these perfidious views
and expressions.
ZIONISM IS the love of Zlon.
Zionism is the Jewish people's
liberation movement, the quest
for freedom, for equality with
other nations. Vet in an organi-
zation in which liberation move-
ments are hailed and supported,
the Jewish people's struggle to
restore its independence and sov-
ereignty is maligned and slan-
(l.nil in an endless spate of
malice and venom.
In his drive to annihilate the
Jewish people. Hitler began by
distorting the image of the Jew,
by rewriting Jewish history, by
fabricating some of the most odi-
ous historic and racial theories.
The Arab governments, in their
campaign to complete Hitler's
crimes against the Jewish people
and destroy the Jewish state, have
adopted the same method of falsi-
fying Jewish history, and in par-
ticular the meaning of the Zion-
ist movement and the significance
of its ideals.
Meir Meets Brass in Capital
WASHINGTON (WNS)
In the wake of reports here and
in Jerusalem that the United
is pressuring Israel for conces-
sions. Israeli Premier Golda Meir
held a breakfast meeting with
r Secretary of State Henry A. Kis-
singer, followed by an 80-minute
meeting in the White House with
President Nixon and Dr. Kissin-
ger. Mrs. Meir denied that there
was anv U.S. pressure on Israel.
IN WASHINGTON, Mrs Meir
told a press conference that the
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^n added feature will be David
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will be the Hollywood Symphonic
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Fiddler on the Roof and The Sound
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Of Israeli medlej -
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What do doctors
U.S. and Israel were united in
their desire to preserve the cease-
fire and to achieve a settlement
in the region. She said she and
Nixon discussed the Oct. 22
ceasefire lines but no one really
knew where they existed.
'Meanwhile, Dr. Kissinger left
for a visit to four Arab capitals
on his way to the People's Re-
public of China, and Assistant
Secretary of State Joseph .1. Sisco
will visit two others and Israel.
IRAQ AND Syria have rejected
Kissinger's request to visit them,
and President Nixon met Syr-
ian Foreign Minister .Mohammed
Zacharia Ismail before he met
with Mrs. Meir and then with
Egypt's Foreign Minister Ismail
Fahmi,
Fahmi. who had gone to Aus-
tria to congratulate its govern
ment for closing down the center
for emigrating Soviet Jews at
Schoenau Castle, was named for-
eign minister while in the U.S.
He replaced Mohammed el-Zay-
ya't who was appointed advisor to
President Anwar Sadat.
Kissinger hugged Fahmi sev-
eral limes, and when President
Nixon escorted Mrs. Meir to her
departing limousine prior to her
return to Jerusalem, he put his
arm around her.
Meanwhile. United Nations sup-
plies of food, medicine and water
continued to Egypt's trapped
Third Army.
STATE DEPARTMENT spokes-
man Robert J. McCIoskcy said
that in the judgment of the U.S.
the only way the situation can
be resolved along the Suez Canal
is to establish a "corridor" as a
"possible compromise" between
Israeli demands for an exchange
of prisoners of war and Egypt's
demand for Israel's withdrawal
to the Oct. 22 ceasefire lines,
which would mean that Israel i
would lose its grip on the Third
Army.
Mrs. Meir at her press confer-
ence denied knowledge of a "cor-;
ridor." She said no one knew
where the ceasefire line was but
that Egypt and Israel could nego-
tiate an adjustment of the lines.
She said although the lines were ,
now all "mixed up," the cease- j
fire could still be maintained if.
Egypt did not continue to violate
it.
In Paris. Israeli Foreign Min-
ister Abba Eban said Israel would
not yield to American pressure
on all aspects of the Middle East
negotiations. He said Israel would |
not refuse all U.S. suggestions,
but on the other hand "we will
not accept all American propos-
als."
What is Zionism?
When the Jews, exiled from
their land in the seventh century'
before the Christian era. sat by
the rivers of Babvlun and wept,
but also prayed and sought ways
to go home, that was already
Zionism.
WHEN IN a mass revolt against
their exile they returned and re-
built the temple and reestablished
their state, that was Zionism.
When they were the last peo-
ple in the entire Mediterranean
basin to resist the forces of the
Roman Empire and to struggle
for independency, that was Zion-
ism.
When for centuries after the
Roman conquest they refused to
surrender and rebelled again and
again against the invaders, that
was Zionism.
When, uprooted from their land
by the conquerors and dispersi I
by them all over the world, they
continued to dream and to strive
to return to Israel, that was Zion-
ism.
When, during the long succes-
sion of foreign invaders, they
tried repeatedly to regain sov-
ereignty at least in part of their
homeland, that was Zionism.
WHEN THEY volunteered from
Palestine and from all over the
world to establish Jewish armies
that fought on the side of the
Allies in World War I and helped
to end Ottoman subjugation, that
was Zionism.
When they formed the Jewish
Brigade in World War n to fight
Hitler, while Arab leaders sup
ported him, that was Zionism.
Friday, November 9, 1973
When Jews went to gas cha-i
bers with the name of Jerusalem
on their lips, that was Zionism,
when, in the forests of Russia
and the Ukraine and other parts
ot East Europe, Jewish partisan!
battled the Germans and sang ot
the land where palms are grow-
ing, that was Zionism.
WHEN JEWS fought British
colonialism while the Arabs of
Palestine and the neighboring'
Arab states were being helped by
it. that was Zionism.
Zionism is one of the world'*
Oldest anti-imperialist movement.
It aims at securing for the Jewish
people the rights possessed by
other nations. It harbors mali:
towards none. It seeks cooperi-
tion and understanding with the
Arab peoples and with their m
tional movements.
Zionism is as sacred to the
Jewish people as the national
liberation movements are to the
nations of Africa and Asia. Even
if the Arab states are locked to-,
day in conflict with the Jewish
national liberation movement.
they must not stojp in their atti-
tude towards it to the fanaticism
and barbarism of the Nazis.
IF THERE is to be hope for
peace in the Middle East, there
must be between Israel and the
Arab states mutual respect for
each other's sacred national
values not distortion and abuse.
Zionism was not born, in the
Jewish ghettoes of Europe, but
on the battlefield against imperi-
alism in ancient Israel. It is not
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centuries of resistance to force
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k*lstFl; Page 13- A
kiyan.
Be
igin in Clash on 'Total Victory
[continued from Page 1 A
Likud opposition on the
|\\ question which has become
liajor political issue In Israel
tise minister said he wel-
s i Likud's call for a debal
i mm relatives of missing
I lemonatrated outside the
against the government's
men! to permit convoys f
(| and water to the encircled
ptian Third Army before
r os to a POW exchange.
| nation of protestors was
, rived by Knesset members.
while, new complaint? of
I fjre violations by Egypt
, lodged by Israel with the
observers corps. Israel
arged 'hat Egyptian forces
ed three ground-to-air missiles
tsra< II aircraft on a reeonnuis-
Inee flight over the Gidi area of
Inai Two bazooka rockets ready
launching were found near
I ha! Golan on the Golan Heights
dismantled.
DAI IN SAID the exchange of
.;nded POWs included Israelis
I by Egypt before the
Bt, 1970 ceasefire. One of
1 Dan Awdart, imprisonc i
I .r four years, is already
1 reported. He men-
tioned T.i wounded Egyptians,
: i ir, POWs in Israeli
hospitals and others in the Third
ny, who will be repatriated.
He said Arab behavior toward
the POWs was criminal, but con-
tended that the POW issue must
be seer, in the context of the
whole war which Is nol yel over.
He noted thai Likud leader Men-
arhem Beigin had quoted soldiers
at the front who were embittered
over the feeding of the Egyptian
Third Army.
"What the soldiers did not
know, but what Mr. Beigin did
know, was that the shells thej
fired were not in Israel one week
ago," Dayan said in a reference to
the U.S. resupply operation. Is-
rael did not feed the Third Army
out of humanitarian reasons "but
because we had no choice." he
said.
THE DEFENSE minister told
Knesset that Israel could
faced Egypt and Syria
backed by the entire Arab worl I,
but u<>t back >d by Moscow to (he
extent the) had been. "This fSo
viet) aid reached such dimensions
thai Israel could not stand again A
them /he Arab countries), and
to counter this -real assistance
to the Arab countries there is
only one power readj to help us,
the United States," Dayan said
"Whoever suggests thai we eon
duet a war h iillc having a break
with the United States suggests
that we conduct a war without
the capability to win."' he added.
Beigin retorted that no one was
making such suggestions. He said
that Israel had a right to demand
a speedy POW exchange "and we
all know from the experience of
Israeli POWs in Arab captivity
just how important speed is." He
challenged Dayan to explain why
Israel agreed to feed the Third
Army and demanded assurances
thai there would be no further
action of this kind in the future
until
POWs were exi hanged
shiiniei Tamir, of the Likud
Fl i Center), back'"'. Bi igin and
assailed Premier Meir "She prom
i ed thai the war would not end
until the c nemj was crushed, b ii
thai has not happened," Tamir
siid "She promised there would
be no ceasefire unless the Bab el
Mandab Straits are reopened, but
they are still shut she promised
to link the plight of the Thirl
. with Israeli Pi IW demands,
but sh ave way there, too, 11
truth is thai Israel has
i ii in plaj a roll in n i
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Mondale Says War
For Israel is Just
Beginning Now
~ G "
NEW YORK (JTA) "If Israel's war is over, then the battles
, Israel's friends must now fight are only beginning."
This view was expressed here by Sen. Walter F Mondale (Dem.-
during his address before the Synagogue Council of Amer-
- Statesman Award Dinner.
WE SALUTE THIS KEY MAN
KALMAK J. LESTER, C.L.U.
HE TOIJV4he several hundred
:ogue leaders that the bat-
: ust include:
A fight for genuine peaee:
A permanent settlement
>i direct negotiations:
Immediate release of Is-
iW's;
\ new definition of detente,
:..eh will be-free from the ap-
. dishonesty which charac-
ii Soviet behavior in the
days of the war:"
No return to 1957 when the
i States insisted on Israeli
Irawal and promised that Is-
Ii security and freedom of
;e through Sue? and the
. ts of Than "would not be
aired;"
No Rogers Plan "with terri-
carved up in advance." and.
"No imposed peace, no mat-
r now convenient or cosmetic it
rs."
HQNDALI WHO was one of
" senators to introduce a reso-
in the first days of th
far urging the administration to
apply Israel with weapon- de
.. >d that he wholeheartedlj
rts passage of the S2 2 bil
rgency assistance pro-
ram which President Nixon
_<: Congress to pass to help
srael defray the cost of military
j ement delivered to her dur
ng the war and equipment stil!
be delivered.
Noting that during the past 2j
<;>rs the U.S. "extended S3H
nillion in military grants to nine
Arab countries (while) Israel
. compelled to go deeply into
ebt to pay for her defense
.teds." Mondale stated:
Now Congress has an oppor
.nity to assert, in the mo-t
meaningful manner, a helping
'-.and to our fellow democracy."
He emphasized that not once
in the course of Israel's four
wars did the Jewish state ask
"for the gift of our weapons nor
assistance of our manpower
Although mor- than 90 per cent
ol all U.S. military assistance to
;_any. countries has been in the
form of grants. Israel has never
been the recipient of such grant
aid."
THE DINNER, which took
flace at the Plaza Hotel, is an
annual event of the Synagogue
Council of America, the central
coordinating agency for the major
national synagogal and rabbinic
organizations of Orthodox. Con
servative and Reform Jews.
According to Rabbi Irwin M.
Elznk. president of the SCA. "we
are using the occasion of this
year's Statesman Award Dinner
I .. nat'onal religious leadership
mobilization for Israel."
He asserted that when the
Arab- attacked, "the synagogu -
of our country became the focal
point for moral, material and po
litica! mobilization of Jewish sup
port. The overwhelming outpour-
ing of Jewish response was given
direction and cohesion in the
early days of' the war by thou-
sand- of synagogues in the U.S."
The recipient of this year's
Synagogue Statesman Award was
Charles C, Bassine, chairman of
the executive committee of the
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Atashi To Speak Nov. 18 At
Beth Torah Bonds Dinner
M.imi. Florida Friday, November 9. 1973
Section B
Robbie to Become Chairman of
CRB at Friday's Luncheon
;ct sales for the 10th anni-
y luncheon of the Dade
v Community Relations
I are climbing towards the
irk and. "what's more." said
Kdwin S. Shirley. Jr., CRB's
- lairman, "more than one fourth
. tickets will enable students
, human lelations and needy
adults to participate also in the
nt."
rhe luncheon, featuring Julian
I md, member oi the Geoigia
>e of Representatives and na-
illy famous civil rights leader.
be held Friday at the Dunont
; iza Hotel, under the chairman
df Mrs. Charles Finkelstein.
Bond's topic, '"What Next?",
v.:!| tie past, present and future
ther in a close Icok at the
civil rights and human relations
picture in this community and the
country.
The needy will be able to at-
tend thanks to special contribu-
tions made by firms like Sears &
Uoebuck, Southern International
Corporation. First Federal Savings
and Loan. Maule Industries, Wash
ington Federal Savings and Loan,
and the Noithsidt Shopping Cen-
ter.
At the luncheon. Dr. Shirley
will turn chairmanship of the
board over to Joseph Robbie, man-
aging partner of the Dolphins and
chairman of the Dade County
| Democratic Party executive com-
i mittee.
Metro Mayor Jack Orr will
thank outgoing board members for
j their devotion to the CRB and
I introduce the new board members
Joining Robbie in the CRB lead
| ership will be Alfredo G. Duran.
i Mrs. Finkelstein, Bishop Rene
Henry Gracida, Nathaniel 'Traz'
Powell, Landon G. Haynes, Mrs.
William Baggs and Steven M.
Greenberg.
JOSEPH ROBBIE
Seminary
Chancellor
At Confab
Ziedan Atashi, Consul of Israel
in New York, will be the guest
speaker at the Beth Torah Israel
Dinner of State to be held Sunday-
evening. Nov. 18. at the Deauville
Hotel, it ha-; i>een confirmed by
Hy Katz, chairman of the annual
event.
The Beth Torah dinner will pay
tribute to Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Sneider. who will receive the State
of Israel Masada Award for their
outstanding I >adershlp on behalf
of Israel and the Jewish commu-
nity.
Atashi. a native of Osifiya. one
of the two Druze villages on Ml.
Carmel in Israel, is the first Arab
to serve in Israel's Consular Corps
A veteran of Israel's defense army.
he assumed his present post with
the Consulate General in New York
in 1972.
When the Histadrut (Israel-
Labor Federation! inaugurated its
first program of courses for train-
ing Arab youth in 1963, Atashi
was appointed deputy director gen-
eral of the Arab and Druze Work-
ers Youth Movement. In 1970. he
was placed in charge of Arabic
television for the northern area of
the Haifa district At the same
time, he held a teaching position
in the Political Science Department
of Haifa University.
HON. Z/EDAN ATASHI
VAHC Confab Views Top
Problems in Religious Life
By Special Report
Beth David Israel Dinner Of State
To Feature Shimoni As Speaker
The Honorable Emanuel Shi-
moni. Consul General of the State
of Israel for Pennsylvania, Dela-
Eban's right hand man.
In 1963, he was appointed direc-
tor of the Bureau of the Deputy
Prime Minister, and from 1965
to 1969, he served as director of
the Bureau of the Minister of
Foreign Affairs.
To be honored at the Beth David
dinner are Mr. and Mrs. Herschel
Rosenthal, who will receive the
State of Israel Masada Award for
their untiring efforts on behalf of
Israel and the Jewish community.
By Special Report
Gerson D. Cohen, newly inaugu-
rated chancellor of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America,
is among featured speakers at the
biennial convention of the United
Synagogue of America meeting now, m ...^...-..... ......... -------
at the Concord Hotel. Kiamesha ore<.ations to discuss pressing is- A(all p, Kes-ler. Beth Am
Lake, N.Y.
NKW YORK Scores of lay-
men and rabbis from Reform syna-
gogues throughout the country are
converging on the Hilton Hotel for
the centennial convention of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
brew Congregation Southeast Coun-
cil of Miami.
Roundtable discussion leaden
for the sessions a) the convention
here are Barton S. Udell. Beth
Am: James M. Albert. Temple
Beth Sholom: Joseph Peikin, Tern
pie Sinai. North Miami Beach.
Dr. Cohen, who was formally in-
stalled as the fifth head of the
87-year-old theological school Tues-j
day, Oct. 23, is a prominent scholar
and author.
His address to the convention,
scheduled for Monday eveing, will
focus on the unity of the world's
Jews in the face of continuing
crisis.
sues facing Reform Judaism today
An estimated 3.000 delegates
throughout the country- are con-
vening in two major sessions that
will move toward new guiding prin
ciples and practices for Reform
Judaism and toward ways to re
vitalize the synagogue so that it
I may evolve again as a center of
j Jewish family life.
Rabbi Sanford Shapero is direc-
tor af tho Union of American He-
Mr-
Joseph S. Bulbin. Temple Israel
Mrs. Maurice Serotta, Temple Is-
rael.
Also Jeanette Fein. David Ko-
rones and Robert Benjamin, all
from Temple B'nai Israel. Clear
water. Myron J. Mensh, Temple
Hillel. St' Petersburg, Dr. Alber-.
M. Ziffer.Liberal Judaism, Orlan
i do; Jack Coleman. Ahavath Chesed,
1 Jacksonvillle, and Mrs. Adrianne
; Sundhei, Scharrai Zedek Temple
1 T.i m pa.
:
HON. f/HAMUEl SHIMONI
ware, and southern New Jersey.
will be the guest speaker at Beth
David's Israel Dinner of State Sat-
urday. Nov. 17, at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel. Rabbi Sol Landau,
spiritual leader of the Beth David
Congregation, has announced.
Mr. Shimoni was born in South
Africa and emigra:eJ to Israel in
IS55 where he joined Kibbutz
Zo'rah. In 1962, he entered gov-
ernment service and was named
director of the Bureau of the
Minister of Education and Culture,
working in that capacity as Abba
Voters Make
Their Choice
South Florida voters went to the
polls Tuesday and elected Maurice
A. Ferre mayor of Miami. Henry
A. Milander mayor of Hialeah and
Chuck Hall mayor of Miami Beach.
Commissioners Manolo Reboso
and Theodore Gibson face James
Black and Tom Washington in run-
off elections next week in Miami;
eight City Council candidates are
competing for four Hialeah seats
next week. The Miami Beach City
Council seats were decided, how-
ever, with the election of Dr. Si-
mon Wikler, Philip Sahl and Mur-
ray Meyerson.
All six proposed charter changes
were approved by Miami voters.
The countywide battle to repeal
the 10 per cent utility tax in the
unincorporated areas failed.
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Friday. November 9, 1971
Rosen thai Named Director
Of Community Relations
Attorney Edward Rosenthal, a 1 chapters of national Jewish ant'"
.1 iiicsMiian who tin year-. ago
ft the world of business to serve
ie Jewish community, has joined
le staff of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. He will serve
.i director of Community Rcla
'PS.
Mr, Rosenthal comes to Miami
"om Cleveland, where he was as-
iciate director of Community Re-
itu n-s ol the Jewish Federation.
. id served as executive directoi
1 f the Ohio Region of the Amcr-
an Jewish Congress.
"Mr Rosenthal will he working
1 oseiy with representatives ol
i-mniimily relations oiiented
. ^< nctos and individuals in the
ih and non-Jewish communi-
tlM in such areas of concern as
I rael and the Middle Fast, Soviet
Jewry, Latin American Jewry, anti-
Scmitism, inter-religious and inter
-roup relations, church-state rela-
on and urban problems," said
Da* d Fleeman, president of the
(.rcater .Miami Jewish Federation,
ii" announced M Roscnfhal's
ipointment,
"Wc aie in the process of re-
iructuring federation's Commu-
1 it) Relations Committee." said
bernard Mandler, who will serve
1 chairman of the committee.
A hi. Mr. Rosenthal'* help we
] lo make the committee
' *l onsn e to the needs ol out
J wish community, and more ef-
fective in relation.-, to the greater
community. Our membership will
trr-udi reprew ntatives from local
ies and a cross section of mem
iers-al large from the Jewish com
nunity."
A graduate of the Cleveland
Marshall Law School of Cleveland
State University, Mr. Rosontha
attended Ohio University! and
Vale University, Western Reserve
University and received y posl
graduate certificate from the
school of Jewi-h Communal Serv
ice. Hebrew Union College at Los
Angeles, where he served as presl
lent of the Alumni Association.
Alter active service in World
Wai II as I naval officer in the
South Pacific, Mr. Rosenthal re
turned to Cleveland and to a ca
cer in the lumber business ant'
then to the practice of law. Ill
left his practice in 1963 to become
Ohio regional director of the
Dr. Irving Lehrman To Receive
National Brotherhood Amird
joined the staff of the Jewish
Community Federation of Cleve
land in 1963.
American Jewish Congress Month
Marked litre Nov. IS at Reception
Wore than 500 people are ex-
ited to attend a communitj wide
ert reception Thursday, Nov.
13, which will highlight the ob-
nance of "American Ji wish
I hi ss Month" here, Mrs. Rob
t W ol president of the Florida
U uni ii Division, announced.
1 IZ.M p.m. reception w ill be
pi Beth Sholom Mrs,
U \ me. national executive
1 'I >r Am. rii an Jewish ('nn
. will !); gues' speaker >'.<
11 iH be Mrs. Muriel Mey-
-1 n an I Mrs. Fa) Danzig, who
preside dun:'.', the afternoon
, 0 ran
I observance will coincide
Ii ir member
declared Mrs. Wolf, She
Id [I: "We seek new members
ii.u om- c immitmenl lo the
rvation of the democratic way
ol lift and i" the survival ol Judfl
ism
'A\ c till com.me lo locus pub-
itt-ntion on anti-Semitism in
the Soviet Union, calling upon
1 Soviet government to restore
1. cilii 1 essential to preserving
Jewish cultural and religious life
II the l SS It. and to permit those
0R7 Chapter Sponsorinq
Vocational Student Contest
The Kendail chapter ol Worn
Vmerican out is sponsoring
a contest among the students of
Killian High School Students
from the woodworking, metal
electrical, and drafting shops will
he displaying their woik on Nov.
17. at the Village Mall, .''TOO N.
Kendall Dr,
Twenty ive dollar savings bonds
will be awarded to winners of first
and second place. Plaques will be
giv n to third and fourth place,
and certificates of merit awarded
to ill participants, The projects
will be on display from 10 a.m.
until 4 p.m. with the judging tak-
ing place ;.t 2 p.m.
)r. Irving Lehrman who is cele-
v~*;r>n ^:s 30^ i-TuversTv ac
rabbi of Temple Emanu-El, Mi-
ami Beech, will speak on "The
Miracle of Jewish Survival",
American Jewish Congress and during the temple's first late'
Friday night services of the sea-
-nn fhic, weekend, beginning at
8:30 p.m. ""**
Pepper Pushes
Elderly Meals
By Special Report
WASHINGTON Almosl one-
hi d ol the lt>>ii -e of Reprea 1 ta
ives has ioined Rep, Claude Pep
er 1 D.-FIa ) in sponsoring 'ems
lation i-' evtend and expand hi-
't'onal hot-incal pro^r-am for the
elderly,
The I3'i additional sponsors in '
.-hide Rep. John Brademas (D.
ind.i. the chairman of the Hou?
Education and Labor Subcommit-
tee, which v ill conduct hearings
n the legislation
Sen Edwi r M I.""" dj 11
.Mass. 1 and Si n Charles Percj 1 R.-
[II 1 are the chii : on ;oi s ol ll
legislation in the Si nate.
Dr. living l.e!i:man. rabbi of
temple Burthu-EI in Miami Beach.
1188 bee:: si lected tO receive the
National Brotherhood Award of
the National Conference of Chris-
lars and Jews.
The NCCJ award will be pre-
ent.d to Dr. Lehrman for "cour-
igeous leadership in intercreedal
itiairs" Nov. 19 during the annual
mi eting ol the NCCJ in New York
City.
The Righl Rev. Paul Moore. Jr..'
Episcopal I'.i hop ol New York. I
and Father Edward H. Flannery,
executive director of the Sec
retariat of Christrian-Jewish Rela-
tions Ol the U.S. Catholic Bishops
Conference, also will receive the
' National Brotherhood Award at a
lincheon scheduled for the New
Vfcrk Hiiton Hotel.
Announcement oiHu.1. .
election was made by Dai d llv-
itt. national president
NCCJ. Dr. Lehrman, a ieci
of the Silver Medallion Av.,
the NO'Is Florida Rei iot
the founding chairman
organization's continuing -
ion on Dialogue Between
tian and Jewish Clerg)
In his announcement. H> itl
noted that Dr. Lehrman 1- com-
pleting a two-year term as nation.
al president of the Syna
Council ot America and Has
elected honorary president 01 the
SCA, umbrella agency' of Amer
lean Orthodox. Conservative and
Reform Judaism.
Mr. Koscntbal's professional
responsibilities at the Cleveland
federation included a wide variety
;f community relations and cam
>aign assignments, the administra
iion of its leadership development
program, and the development 01
Is Speaker's Bureau. among
ithcrs,
Mr. Rosenthal and his wife. Rer
nee. the parents of two daughters,
>ne living in Chicago and one at-
tending Boston Univi r-.it>. are now
unking their home In .Miami.
who wish to emigrate to do so,"
Mrs, Wolf declared.
The committee for the reception
ncludes: life membership chair-
man Mrs. Muriel Meyerson: Worn
en's Division membership chair
man Mrs Fa) Danzig; Golds Me 1
Chapl 1 preiden1 Mr- Berni e
Wasserman and membership
chairman May Pisik: Holly Dale
chapter president Mrs. Jeanne
5pcvack and membership chair-
man Frieda Berezin: Jade Winds
cresident Mrs. Henrietta Weiss
and membership chairman Evalyn
Fablons, Justine president Mrs.
Sadie Cahn and membership chair
nan Mrs, Rose Segelin.
Also Louise Wise president Mrs.
Binah Barnett and membership
chairman Mrs Gertrude Sosna; Mi
ami president Mrs. Boll" Kamcn
and membership chairman Mrs,
Muriel Rubenstein; Point East
president Mrs. Charlotte Wheeler
and membership chairman Mrs.
Betty Cinamon: Brand-is president
Mrs. Sonya Roth and membership
hairman Mrs. Judith Schwartz,
and Stephen S Wise president
Mrs, Buth Litlman and member-
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Dr, Moshc Rivlin. director gen-
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he American Friends of the He-
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The meeting was scheduled for
Thursday evening at the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation building,
4200 Biscayne Blvd.
The Ameiican Friends have
mobilized their efforts to meet the
most acute emergency in Israel's
histo y," said Harry Levy,
dent of the Greater .Miami 1
ter of the Friends, and Jack Po
pick, honorary president.
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/ As.. V
Max Lerner
Sees It
E
SKW YORK The killing of the kings in the sacred grove in
Frazeis classic of anthropology, "The Golden Bough, is well known
Yet it has remained for Page Smith, an American history profes.-or in
California, in a Los Angeles Times piece, to set down one of the few
original insights into the tortured husiness about President Nixon.
He noted that an American President for better or worse, in
lesser or greater degree is a built-in. kingly father figure, so that
when we go about impeaching the President we are at the same time
killing the king.
Hence, the anguish of the whole process, not for the President
alone but for the country and Congress, and especially for some of
his own party leaders.
THERE HE is administration head, chief if not sole agent of
foreign policy, commander-in-chief of the armed forces, constitutional
symbol of American direction and purpose and at the same time,
there the House Judiciary Committee is. weighing whether to move
ahead with impeachment. And there the press is, digging away for
more material to shed light on how honest or corrupt he is. less on
Watergate nw tnan on the duster of inquiries connected with his
own finances.
It would be a historical irony if President Nixon were to survive
the Watergate scrutiny after all, tapes and all, and were then to fall
victim to deeds before and beyond Watergate.
America doesn't have parliamentary government but presidential,
with enormous power in the presidency, which has come to mean a
kind of monarchical republic, an imperial democracy.
WE CANNOT get rid of a President as the British get rid of a
prime minister. Which means that the only way we have of shedding
him, at a time of deep disenchantment, is by the constitutional regicide
we call impeachment.
The right to slay the king constitutionally, if need be, is import-
ant in a republic which revolted against a British kint. whose early
leaders had grown up on English heroes, who had foui'.ht to check
tli.' Tudor and Stuart monarchs, and who had written their great
work* the Declaration, the Federalist Papers as Manifestoes
against the chance of tyrants.
They had also been nourished in their youth on the whole litera-
ture of Greek and Roman tyrannicide.
In a constitutional republic, to keep from actual killings, provision
was made for the ritual of dismissing an erring President. This has j
never happened, although the Senate missed doing it by a single soli-'
tary vote in the case of President Andrew Johnson.
Till; BRITISH had a far more bitter experience with getting rid ;
of their Stuart king. Charles. Since they couldn't brook being frus-
trated, yet had a passion for the constitutional niceties, they ended by
executing the king in the name of the king.
Perhaps that was why President Nixon fired former prosecutor
1 ox It must have seemed an absurd contradiction to him that the man
who held his office by presidential appointment should be preparing
the powder and charges to blow the President sky high. A case of
regicide by the king's officer in the name of the king.
ing the congressmen and commentators there is much talk
nl President Nixon as an outcropping of a new "caesarisni." of his
ir power and (in the latter-day commentaries) perhaps for
money, Fortunately, the ancient drive for tyrannicide, still pn
in the hearl of free men, has been transformed into a passionate in-
nee on the rule of law.
PRESIDENT NIXON'S own emphasis, since his hapless blast al
the media al thi end of h's press conference, seem.-, to be on due proc
ess of nvr'v. At one phase, it was also true of Spiro Agnew, and
"'' Vi* n has taken a leaf from his former Vice President
art of < the media on the defensive.
i' m\ own part, I should welcome the pressure to be Ci
Bhoul : ( .....!. i write, and I should think that Walter Cronkiti and
Eric y arrpin" would i Icome it too. Between due process o( law and
due pr-f" : el media there need be no contradiction, but only the
happiest of marriages.
Whal i Lkely to add strength to the impeachment process, once
it gets Parted, is the question of legitimacy. This is where the Water
Rate t- titnony of the pnst comes in, and doubtless the testimony about
came mcing to come. It is one thing to overthrow a legitimate
mon.T whatever the charges against him.
K-, an :'-, to proceed against a monarch whose very
!,.. fi ,., question bv the charges.
John H. O'Neil, Jr., vice chair-
man of the board of directors
at Cedars of Lebanon Health
Care Center, has been named
chairman of the Dec. 8 12th An-
liversary Ball, a black-tie event
to be held at the Fontainebleau
4otel.
Billy B. Goldberg cf Houston.
Tex., international vice presi-
dent of B'nai B'rith. will present
the coveted Gold Medallion to
Chuck Hall, mayor of Miami
3each, Suuday evenir.a, Dec. 2
at the Fontaineb'eau Hotel, ac |
-crding to Ted Hollo, genera!!
chairman. The occasion will be
he annual dinner and ball of
'he B'nai B'rith Foundation o' i
the United States, with pro- "
ceeds going to support the
Youth Services cf B'nai B';ith.
legitii
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pleas:
Ains'.ee Ferdie, national com-
mander of the Jewish War Vet-
erans, (left) is shown with Dave
Burrows of West Miami Post
223, who was honored recently
'? piako th< nro^ess of constitutional reeicide any more
it i" n ome of the built-in aversion we have to it. ] for his many vears of service
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Commission On Status Of Wenen Medina Wednesday
T' County ComMi^ion
on t' si of a/om n will hold
its ri nthly meeting Wed-
nesda i 1 put, ot the third
floor Dado County Court-
hou-f
Pet : Itfi probli rn.. ques-
tion i Hon In the areas
Strei-.rid in Film Here
B -; Wa> W <" opening Friday at
rib and Parkway. A
doub bi'l at the Miami
and C i Way will feature "Kung
Rep. Barry Kutun Speaking
The Ladies Auxiliary <>f George
Gershwin Lodge No. 196, Knights
)f Pythias, will hold a general
meeting in the Surfside Commu-
nity Center. 9301 Collins Ave..
Monday. Nov. 19, at 8 p.m. The
peaker will he Florida State Rep.
"" I ?.k H'S ..a*" ,and Barry Kutun. according to Mrs.
Duel of the Iron Fists.' American i '
Fi'm Theater will present "The Sam Horowlt* and Mrs. Frances
Iceman Cometh" on M "day and Cans, presidium, Wives of lodge
lay at th i atre. members are urged to join the
lowing the servii group. i
' 'i'H rare an-1 ?f*--sehool care,
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d political roneerns are invited
>.. .., tifipate rfur'ni' the 7:30 to
9 ?o session' of COSW Task Forces
that precede 'I" other order of
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rs.atbimcai Nov. 11 Ch. 4. ii !o a in The Firsl Estate
(Repeated on Ch. 2 al 5:30 p.m.)
Ho i: R< \ Luther C Pierce
Topic "The Search lor the Historic Jesus"
Guests: Dr. Gunther Borkhamm, Heidelberg Univer-
sity; Dr W. Ivan Hay. Universitj oi Miami
Nov. 11 Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Morton Malavsky, Temple Beth Shalom.
Hollywood
Ch. 7. to a.m. The still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director of Federation -
Community Chaplaincy Service
Topic: 'We Went to High School in Israel"
Guests: Students who spent quinmester in Israel
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MBHadassah Inks Feature
Guest Speakers and Films
Hj ml Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah (iroups mecii::.^ on Monday
include:
Morton I'Jwen meeting at the
A -Mean Savings, 12U0 Lincoln
Rd. at 11:30 a.:n. Tile film. "A Sim-
ple Case," wit] be shown. Mrs
Philip Houtz will preside.
Hatik\ah meeting at the Roncy
Plaza social iiall at 12:30 p.m. Mrs.
Sanford Jaccbson, education vice
president, Miami Beach Chapter
of Hadassah. wi.l be guest speak
er. .Mrs. Sadie Herman will pre-
side.
Southgate meeting in the Ter-
race Room of the Noith building
at 7 p.m., with Mrs. Shirley Rosen-
berg presiding.
Lincoln meeting in the 100 Lin-
coln Club Room at 12:30 p.m. The
film, "The Deed and the Promise"
will be shown. Mrs. Clara L. Gold-
berg will preside.
Emma Lazarus meeting at Holi-
day Inn. 87th St. and Collins Ave..
at noon. The Film. "A Simple
Case," will be shown. Mrs. Betty
Fast, former president of the Mi-
ami Beach Chapter of Hadassah.
will he guest speaker with Mrs.
Henrietta Fine presiding.
ML Scopus meeting at 5 Island
Ave. at i:i5 p.m. Airs. Nat La Tu
chie will bt guest speaker with
a Edna Freedman presiding.
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Icraeli luncheon met ting at the
Algiers Hole! at noon. Mrs, Sylvia
\ur it nt, .Miami Beach ( hapter of
ladas>ah, will be guesl speaker
with Mrs. Esther Meyer presiding.
Bay Harbor luncheon meeting at
the Beau Rivage Hotel at noon. A
pecial tribute will be made to
ife members and to Hadassah as-
lOClates, Mrs. Joseph Schcid will
.'reside.
Forte Trwers meeting in the
1200 Building at noon. The film.
Goal Is Peace." will be shown
vith Mrs. Jules Lessem presiding.
(Hilda Meir will have a "Tupper-
vare Party" at the Oceanside Plaza
Jt 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Aaron Shapiro
will preside.
Henrietta Siold meeting at the
Algiers Hotel at noon. Mrs. Evelyn
Rosenberg will preside.
Herzl meeting at the Algiers Ul ZT. .""^.ITT "^7
Hotel at noon, on Tuesday. A film "est N(imi JWV Auxiliary
Peace Will Come." will be shown. Chi|d We|fare Activities
Mrs. Rose Zeigmund will preside. ,, ,
.. r Under
Saaloma meeting at the Algiers Norman
lotel on Wednesday at noon. Mrs.
^manucl Mentz, president of the
Opti-Mrs. Club
Plans Luncheon
And Hook Review
The Opti-Mrs, Club of Miami
Bi ach wi 1 hold its regular month
ly luncheon meeting al noon Tu is
dap in the Voison Restaurant, Sea
coast East.
The afternoon's program will in
elude a book review of "The Fab
ulous Greeks" written by columnist
Doris Lilly.
The reviewer, Sophie Primak
reviewer, for the Miami Beach Pub
Ik Library for the past five years
has been appointed to ad hac com
miltce for New Theatre of the Per
forming Arts of Miami Beach and
is a member of the Fine Arts ad
visory board.
The Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami
Beach dedicates themselves to
maintaining scholarships for emo
tionally disturbed children.
For reservations call Harriet
Segal.
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
ah, will be guest speaker. Mrs.
"Ycida Block will entertain with
'.Irs. Anna Stone presiding.
Haim Yasskv card party at By
on Hall on Wednesday al noon.
Irs. Murray Cohen is president.
Eddie Cantor luncheon meeting
it the Fontainebleau Hotel on
Thursday, Nov. 15 at noon. The
Him, "Goal is Peace," will be
hown. Mrs. Sol Krasner will pre
ide.
the leadership of Mrs.
Burman, Child Welfare
chairman for the Ladies Auxiliary
' West Miami Post No. 223, Jew-
ish War Veterans, two complete
uniforms plus other personal items
were presented to Lester Rosen
I'ci'. Scoutmaster of the Sunrise
School for the Mentally Retarded-
Boy Scout Troop.
The Auxiliary members also
sponsored an afternoon al the
movies for some 40 teenagers at
the Kendall Home and refresh
ments for the group following
their return. Mrs. Lester Rosen-
berg is president of the Auxiliary,
Hadassah Meetings Run Gamut
From Analysis to Art Auctions
i only track of its kind in the
world, always fast, ram 01 shine.
Coen-air or air conditioned. High
id elevators and escalators.
F ig da'iv except Sunday and
Tuesday. Admission Si.00 to
G idstand and $2.00 to Club-
house. Gates open 11:00 a.m.
week days and 10:30 a.m. Satur-
daysand Holidays. Lunch served
from 11:00 a.m For information
and reservslionsphone: Broward
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Palm Beach 833-4C16.210th St.
and 27th Ave. N.W.. Miami.
Som hooncundcr 18admitted.
Kadimali Group of the Miami
Chapter of Hadassah will hold its
next regular meeting on Monday.
t the Skylake Gardens Auditorium
it noon. Danish and coffee will be
rved. Mrs. Sam Mej era Is p
lent. Program will feature guest
peakers from the chapter n
The group will h annual
tamp book luncheon in the hall
nd r the dire ition if hospitality
hairman, Mrs. David Blumbi.
\ tashion show will be pr<
>v "Young Sophisticates" thro.' :
., i ffo 1.- 01" Mrs. William Edel-
tein.
'
On Monday, the regular meeting
jf the Eleanor Roosevelt Group
will be held al 12:45 p.m in the
larlen i;,u .,-- Auditorium, with
Mrs. Emi iue ; pre iding Mrs.
lio.c Sarrow, program vic piesi
.cut. will introduce a Youth
Ally in program, "Everybody is
Si m< body."

Avlva Group has ;; ited a gala
el auction for Saturday at C o 'ked
Creek Country Club. A 7 30 p.m.
pre how m illowed by the
*Wam6tco, Theatres-
auction at 8:30 p.m. Champagne
ind dessert wi ervi d, The
group wij] feature ;i program on
ran i Li, ml analysis "I'm OK,
You*r< OK") al ti i i< eting on Mon-
a;. > ov II II n -
vill : i 'ud I rs. A in Ri
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G lv n. vice pn idi i
th< B' ai B'rith C nincil !
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Friday, November 9. 1973
Reinhard Named Chairman
Of Dec. 2 Mesivta Dinner
Samuel Reinhard, Miami Bcadi
religious and civic leader, ha>
been ntmed chairman of the 13th
Iso serves as senior vice preal
lent of ii"' Greater Miami He-
trew Academy.
A kickoff cocktail party for Ihe
Me ivta dinner committee, hoard
jf directors, parents and commu
nity rabbis and congregation presi-
dents will be held Sundaj night
The planning session is scheduled
for D p.m. Sunday in the home of
Mi, and Mrs. Edmundo Rosenberg,
1430 N. Hay Rd.
Reinhard is working closely
with Rose Kotler. educational ad-
ministrator, in planning Ihe din-
ner which provides scholarship as
sistance to almost all of the stu-
dents enrolled in the only such
boys high school south of Balti-
more.
Reinhard, i-'lorida state chair-
man of Ihe American Red Majjen
David for Israel, has been active
in support of such institutions as
Leonard Zilbert was present-
ad with the 1973 Humanitarian
Award by Voters, Inc. at a
dinner-dance Sunday ut the
Carillon Hotel. Richard Gt*r-
stein, Florida State Attorney,
nade the presentation. Mr.
Zilbert is a charter member on
Ycshivs University, Bar-Han Uni-,
rersity, Israel Bonds and numerous I <
\eshivot in Israel and the United
SAMUEL RIINHARD
innual scholarship dinner of Ihe
Louis Merwitzer Mesivta Senior
High School The banquet will be
neld Dec. 2 at the Crown Motel
ii Miami Beach.
Mores J. Grundwerg, Mesivta
president, announced the sel
and acceptance of Reinhard, a
founder of the high school who
Mates.
He and his wife are founders of
the Hebrew Academy and are ac-
tive members of Beth Israel Con-
gregation, Nearing his 83rd birth
day. Reinhard is one of the best
known national lenders for Torafc
(Jmesorah and other Judaism insti-
tutions.
Reservations for the Dec. 2 din
icr may he made at the Mesivta
jffice, 1963 Alton Rd
a member of more than 50 civic
ind charitable organizations
and the recipient of innumer-
able awards.
Murray Shaw Chairman of Nov, 25
Temple "Ner Tamid Bonds Dinner
Miami Beach communal and re-
ligious leadci Mur \ has
>een selected t
t'empie Ner Tamid
il state which will be held at the
Kontainebleau Hotel Sunday, Nov.
23
Ann, uncinj S itmenl
vas Mi Ion M Par; on, i '.. cutive
'.lector oi Hi i | Miami Is-
ael Bond Organization.
.\ past p
Mer Tan id cot itio aw,
viio sieved as chaiiman >i last
ear's dinm r, i< an activi It ad tr
>n behalf oi I si ael Bo id the
i mbined Jewish K\ p

r
emergency Fund, ,
'ewish causes. He ha: I
red by the Israel Bond
ion for hi.s dedicated service to
he State ol Is.
Serving as honorary chairmen
.or the annual event are Louis
'ohen. Isidor Deemer, Sol Frank I.
harles Goldstein, and Col. Wil-
.'am Harris.
Mi. and Mrs David Krause will
C honored at the Temple Ner Ihe Stat
Lecture Series
On Retirement
A lecture-discussion scries
Voters Incorporated Plans
] Open Meeting on Tuesday
Voters Incorporated will have
on an "open to the public" meeting
ow U) enjoy retirement is being moderated b\ Harry Levy, presi-
dent. Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the
Washington Federal Auditorium.
_, .. I 1234 Washington Ave., Miami
The scries, sponsored by the dc-, jJcacj,
partmenl of continuing education,'
ffered at Miami-Dade Community
'ollege South Campus
. s open to the public without
-barge. Meetings are held in Boom
J237 li of the Trammel] Learning
Resources Center Thursdays from
' 4,"i to 10 p.in. through Nov. 29.
The Nov. 8 topic is "Time on
Your Hands! Leisure Living. Where
i > Live. Hobbies, New Vocation,
Helping Other People, Creative
.n-.' Nov. 15"Fit and Raring to
Go! Aging Process, Healthy Hearts.
Nutrition. Vitamins." Nov. 29
,i wing vs Growing Old! Sex.
I motions. Altitudes, Psychology."
Invocation by Rabbi Rubel
Sunday at 9 a.m. at the Open
Space Park. West Miami, Rabbi
Charles Rubel of Temple Beth Tov,
will give the invocation at a serv-
ice in memory of United States
soldiers, Jerry Taft, West Miami
Councilman, will be guest speaker.
Refreshments will be served fol-
The guest speakers will be Mi-
ami Beach Councilman Harold
Rosen, and Leonard O. YVeinstein,
and Lt. Jack Webb of the Miami
Beach Police Dept.. a well known
authority on juvenile delinquency,
A question and answ< r period will
follow. The public is invited. There
is no admittance Ice.
Rabbi Abramowitz
To Lecture Next
Week In New York
The Jewish Theological Seminary
ji America has invited Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz ol Temple
Menorah, lo deliver a lecture en-
it led "The Jewish Underground
A Prelude To The Jewish State,"
The lecture v. ill be given at the
Seminary's ptudent luncheon for
indents and faculty Thursday,
Nov. 15, in New York,
Serving as a chaplain during
World War II. Rabbi Abramowitz
.-.as officially assigned afterwards
o a rk as a liaison officer be-
'ween the Army and displaced per-
ons
In the thiee years immediate!)
following World War II, Rabbi
Abramowitz was in direct contact
vith the "Bricha," the Jewish
Underground which wasastaffed by
Israeli soldiers who had previous-
ly served in the British Army but
remained in Europe after demobil-
ization ol the British troops on
the Continent.
The activities of Bricha re-
mained secret for two decades,
coming to light only three years
ago when its authentic history was '
written by Prof. Yehuda Bauer
under the auspices of the Depart
rnent of Contemporary History of i
the Hebrew University in Jeru-
salem. In his book, Prof. Bauer :
mentions the activities of Rabbi
Abramowitz as being "helpful to
the bricha in Beilin and in Aus-
tria."
Rabbi Abramowitz, who was !
awarded a Doctor of Divinity de-
gree from the Seminary last April,
will relate hi.s experiences in the
post war Jewish underground be
twecn the years 1945-1948, which
brought him in contact and some
times in conflict with the U.S.
Army of Occupation in Germany
and Au.-tria.
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The gtn et of shops will feature
djgplaj md demonstrations of arti
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itors On view will be jewelry!
making, weaving, painting, sculp-
ture, horticulture, needlepoint, ill :i
ceramics, beading, quilting and.
macrame.
There will be a sidewalk cafe
With each table centerpiece the
work of on of the artists who will
JlBCUSS her art at the table during
brunch.
Gifts will include a '-old ring, a
painting and a plant.
Millicent Swerdlow and Patti
Sacks are COChairmen of the Boule-
vard of Creative Arts.
Participating artists are Sis
rilumenthal, Bernie Sacks. Dorothy
Bosco. Claire Shulman. Dr. Jack
Hoffman. Bernicc Conner. Karen
Shurely, Jud\ Gindy, Carol Wein,
Tom Strickland. Barb; ra Zohlman,
Patti Sacks and Miriam Cherkas.
Brunch is by reservation only;
toddler sitting is available on re-
quest.
A "TV Luncheon" was held last Wednesday at Temple
Ner Tamid. Members of the committee included (from
left to right.' Mrs. Herman Seltzer, Mrs. Jack Greenberg,
Mrs. Louis Cohen, president of Sisterhood, Mrs. Charles
Goldstein, Mrs. Henne Schwam, cochairman, and Mis. Sol
Dwcrk, vice president in charge of ways and means. Spon-
sors were Mrs. Charles Goldstein and Mrs. Louis Kaplan.
Chairman of the luncheon was Mrs. Alfred Freeman.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
(CONSERVATIVE)
ANNOUNCES
THE OPENING OF
LATE FRIDAY
EVENING SERVICES
8:30 P.M.
FOR THE 1973-1974 SEASON
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Will Preach On
'The Miracle of Jewish Survival"
Cantor Zvi Adler Will Chant
Assisted by the Temple Choir
Under the direction of Shmuel Fershko

To Our Jewish Friends:
This year's Cystic Fibrosis "Breath of Life" Campaign was
slated on the most unfortunate opening days of the Mid-
East conflict. Many of our C F marchers and contributors
have understandably rallied to fund raise for Israel. We
beg these good people not to forsake the children in our
country, and our own community, who struggle for every
breath.
Our cause depends on your support. Please don't let
our little ones down either! They're fighting for their
lives, too.
FRANKLIN D. KREUTZER
President, South Florida Chapter
Ba,ii,ELVS,i? Fibro,i$ Research Foundation
^^^^ Box 1000 Coral Gables, Fla. 33134


Friday, November 9. 1973
* bwMnwMtar)
Judaica High School Students' 1st
Weekend Shahbatoti Set Nov. 16-18
Paqe 7-2
"A Shabbal Exoerience" wi'l br
J' thi me of (he first weekend
'baton of the Judaica High
School of the Central Agency for
Jewkh Education of Greater Mi-
:Ml 10 lie held Nov. 16-18 at
Camp Ocala in Cent-al Florida
PI Zvl Berger, executive di-
rector ol the agency, announced.
Through meaningful prayer serv-
ices, study and discussion groups,
Shabbat melodic- and folk dances.
Shabbal rituals and observances!
the beauty and richness of the
Shabbal will be conveyed to the
participants. A concluding Hav
ialah ceremony will be held by
the lake of the campsite marking
the conclusion of the day.
Included in the program will be
-ports and recreation from the
time of arrival at the camp site
around noan on Friday, and a full
day at Disney World on Sunday.
Attending the Shabbaton will be
students of the Judaica Hii*h
School from branches throughout
Dad.' Counh and Irom the recent-
'.' inaugurated Judaica program of
the Hollywood Jewish community
to 100 students are expected
to board the buses for the camp
earl> Fridaj morning with some
'-'> educators and counselors in at-
t ndance.
Tiie Judaica High School i* an
lutreach program designed to
bring neaningful and relevant
Jewish learning .md living experi
nces to the teenage community
of Greater Miami and Hollywo id
id to provide an informal setting
" wh the pri iciple< and vain
i Jewish life can b< examined by
tie tei;... er to determine their
impact upon his own life.
At the first faculty meeting of,
the Judaica High School staff this
'.. the program included tech-
nics for creative teaching of
iidolescOBtS, description of the re-
source materials available at the
Educational Resource Center of
the Central Agency for Jewish
Education, a brief message from
A. !; Wiener, chairman of the
Hoard of Directors of the Central
A ency for Jewish Education, and j
,'. review of future projects of the I
school.
Th multimedia collection of:
the Educational Resource Center
of the Agen;y, which now num- j
ber over 400 film-strips and 500
records, as well as an expanded
Rabbi Weberman Is
Breakfast Speaker
At Temple Beth El
; The cultural program of Tem-
ple IJeth El will present Rabbi
Phineas A. Weberman of Ohev
Shalom Congregation. Miami, at
a breakfast hosted by the Brother-
hood, in the Tobin Auditorium of
flic temple, 1351 S. 14th Ave., Hol-
lywood, Sunday.
Rabbi Weberman, who will
speak on "Kaballah Jewish Mys-
ticism," was ordained at the Ralv
binical Seminary in Brooklyn. He
organized thx Ohev Shalom Con-
gregation and has been its spirit-
ual leader for the past 12 years.
Rabbi Weberman is well-known
for his outspoken views on reli-
gious, social and political affairs.
A member of the "Right To Life"
committee, he spoke before the
Florida Legislature opposing abor-
tion reform. Rabbi Weberman was
a prominent New York attorney
before coming to Sou'h Florida.
The public is invited. Proceeds
go 10 the Youth Activities Fund.
Women's League Chapter
Wans Luncheon-Card Party
Lincoln Miami Beach Chapter,
Women's League for Israel, will
hold their first luncheon and card
party of the season at noon Tues-
day, Nov. 20. in the club room at
10'Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach.
The patronesses for this func-
tion are Jennie Diessner and
Sophie Rappaport, Hostesses are
Lilian Winter. Anna Deutchman,.
arah Kantor, Ethel Rude
Jean Hendlcr and Esther Usoskin.
oeiiodlcal collection and special
jew materials from i -. .. wen
lescribed. In addition. c mrses ol
tudy are being compiled in the
yeas- of-thc Life Cycle of the Jew
h" Litorature of iiv i; ,| ioau-St
and several courses on Israel.
The Judaica High School ol
ircater Hollywood will begin its
wogram next week ith < mrses
n Jewish Cooking and Dictarj
Laws, Jewish Identity. Ji wisl
Tradition and Human Sexuality, .
readier Training Program, and
two Ulpan Hebrcu classes.
Sessions will be held Bl Templet
Beth Shalom. Beth El and Temple
Sinai, and the program is rospon
lored by the Jewish Welfare Fed
iration of Greater Hollywood, the
articipating synagogues, includ-
ng Temple Sold and Temple Is
rael of Miramar, and the Central
V-ency for J.-wi-h Education.
David Hecht Appointed As
'ier9s G<}
david man
K
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E
P
David Hecht, 29, w tio has be n
appointed 4 neial manager ol
' a in r Dog Track, is 'lie .,, .
Flagler co-owner Isadore Hecht.
who took over the trai k in 1953
and helped build it into the na-
tion's top dog racing plant.
The younger Hecht, who gra lu
ated from Bosti n l niversitj in
I960 and received his law di 11
Irom the Univci-sitj of Miami Law
school in 1903, has worked j.,
various capacities at the track
,ince 1969.
Hecht, who replaces Marshall
Parsons, who resigned earlier this
year to devotj fuil time to other
business interests, helped initiate
several innovations at Flagler.
fludine the installation of
eneral Manager
o
than 100 rl i ed c ircult lelevisi
tJ ''' u.....n the plant for
aces
Hi eh, ,. ,
ab iuI
i acing
m-
more
bi ought
begii n i of di tance
South Florida and I) ;.-. n U h
marathon niaton erics at 1
'.he $25.0C0 Super Marathon St ik
Colder Season Ends Monday
Calder Race Course closes o n
its third and most successful si
son Monday. There' will be no
inn at the North Miami track un-
til the' following Saturday whi
the 49-day Tropical Park mectii .
will b'gin In lalder's facilities
AN OPEN LETTER
TO THE VOTERS OF MIAMI
FROMRAttBIliAlJMGARD.
MiiE-moi'ting
I REVEREND TH EODORE GIBSON
for City Commission
tJUliS&Lt m 63,......gari,Q.9e..
R.lk (Am
503O )/.l/, QCtnJall Qri,t
'Miami, S/loriJa $$t$6
Csiober 25, 1973
Dear Friends:
I have never written a letter in a political campaign
oefore. I an impelled to do so now in support of a
truly, unusual man, the Rev. Canon Theodore Gibson, who
is seeking re-eleation to his seat on the Miami City
Commission.
::
Canon Gibson is a veteran of many battles in our area,
involving human relations and polities. Always, he has
served as a constructive and stabilizing force. He has
distinguished himself as a man of integrity, bringing
a sage and pragmatic approach to the problems of govern-
ment. He has demonstrated understanding for the aspira-
tions of all groups of people, and is truly non-partisan.
At a time when many Americans have lost confidence in
their governmental leaders, it is refreshing to know
that Canon Gibson is still available for public service.
We want to help him all we can, at the ballot
convincing others to vote for him, and with
box,
contributions.
Please call me, if I
Cordially yours,
can be of help to you in this regard.
Herbert M. Baumgard
Rabbi, D. H. L.
'OU^r
&nt Jay i'j ihorl Ilit worlttri art ftw .
and lit I Nailer of the C/totu* it urgtnl .... \cJalmuJ)
The Reverend
Your Miami Commissioner Group 5
Theodore GIBSON
The Reverend Gibson is also endorsed by CONGRESSM \\ CLAUDE PEPPER, STATES ATTORNEY
RICHARD GERSTEIN, METRO MAYOR JACK OKR. (IMC LEADER BERNARDO BEISES, SIN.
JACK GORDON, REP. MURRAY DUBBIN, AND MANY OF THIS AREA'S RELIGIOl S AND CIVH
LEADERS.


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Friday. November ft 1973
Itt:.--^.
fomew's Division Honors *enn Kirson And
4*
Pacesetters And Trustees
Some 85 women were honored
Tuesday, Oct. 30, with the Lion ol !
Jwlah Pin. signitying thai the :
wearer is a Trustee of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation Women's
imision.
The Lion of Judah Pin is an i
anginal design for the GMJF
Women's Division by Baiogh Jew-
kn of Miami Beach. The design
(presents the tiaditional strength
of the Jewish people, and its mean-
ing goes back more than 2,000
jpears.
A small reception and brunch
wa- attended by more than 50
Mies, ali of whom were honored
for their gift-.. A "Trustee' gift
entitles the giver to receive a Lion
(if Judah Pin. Also honored were
the Women's Division Pacesetters.
Special honors in the form of the
ihomer Am Yisroel Menorah
,vere bestowed on Mrs. Robert
Russell and Mrs. Guuie Bernstein.
or gilts in excess oi $50,000.
All "ifts were made in 1973 and
074 to the Greater Miami Jewish
federation's Combined Jewish Ap-
ical-Israel Emergency Fund, which
ldps to meet vital humanitarian
eeds of Jews in Israel, as well as
n the United States and in 30
th As a result of the current enter-
;cp(y -n the M (I.He East, the
response of the Jewish women of
.. i.i .man,i has Deen unpre
edented. The Women's Division
I!I74 CJA-IEF effort among those
present already reflects a giving
increase of 166 per cent.
Harry Schicartz Wed November \ = ^
^warrM^anar:!nS,,l^;! Robert and Ann Felnb^. ,
Following the cereraDtrjv. the
couple were feted at a family re-
ception in the home Of Mr. and
Mrs. Douglas Schwartz. 9371 SW
53rd St.
were married Thursday. Nov. 1, in
the private study of Rubbi Max
Shapiro at Beth Kodesh Congrega-
tion.
Attending the newlyweds were
Women's Division campaign chairmen Mrs. Leonard Fried-
land, (left) Mrs. Max Eliinger, Mis. Leo Gelvan, Mrs. Minnie
Leavin and Mis. Harry Frankel, were among those hon-
ored with the Lion of Jadah Pin as "Pacesetters'" and
"Trustees" for 1972-74 Oct. 30 by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation Women's Division.
MS. HAW S. SCHWARTZ
Dr. Walter J. Sackett
To Discuss Euthanasia
Wednesday's meeting of the Al-
lied Retired Medicals Group of
Greater Miami (ARM) in the
American Savings Bldg., 1200 Lin-
coln Rd.. will feature State Senator
Walter J. Sackett. M.D., as guest
speaker. Dr. Sackett, who advo-
cates euthanasia, will speak on
that topic.
AKM members are invited to at-
tend a Thanksgiving party and
luncheon in the Crystal Room of
(he Barcelona Hotel Wednesday.
Nov. 21. at noon. The full seven-
jourse luncheon will feature sur-
prise professional entertainment.
Early reservations are reque-ti d.
Police Officers Speakiug
4t Hal Bav Surf Meet
The Bal Bay Surf Unit-Worn-
w's Con>- of the Papanicolaou
Cancer Research Institute oi Mi
,nu is meeting Tuesday, Nov. 20.
at noon at the Montmarte Hotel.
4775 Collins Ave.
Police officers Sandra Tavanis
iml Richard M. Sica of the bade
County Public Safety Department
will speak on prevention of burg-
lary and safety in the home, and
how to protect yourself.
Rhode Islanders Honor
Members' Anniversary
The Rhode Island Club of Grcat-
>r Miami will hold its regular
monthly meeting Sunday at 7 p.m
m the auditorium of the Washing-
ton Federal, 1234 Washington Ave
Abe Finge.man is president.
Following the business meeting,
there will be a party in honor ot
Mr and Mrs. Ben Freides on the
occasion on their 45th wcddin.c
jnniversary. Formerly of Provi
dence. R. I., Mr. and Mis. Freidei
v.c charter members of the club
which was organized in Miami 1C
.cars aj;<>.
Talk on 'Acupuncture'
'Acupuncture'' will be the topic
if a talk by Dr. Nat Levin wher
:he Spinoza Forum- meets or
Thursday, Nov. 15. at 10 a.m. a'
1234 Washington Ave. Dr. Abra
ham Wolfson is founder directo'
of the forum, and Arnold Kleine.
-erves as chaiiman
Newly married Mr. and Mrs.
ichwaitz plsn a honeymoon to
Bucaramongo. Columbia. South
\merica, where they will visit her
Jaughter, Tamara. and son-in-law,
Peter Levine, who are active in
the Peace Corps in the aiea.
Mr. Schwartz has two daughters,
laughter. Ar.ene and son-in-law
\bba Polangin of Bethesda, Md.,
2nd two grandchildren. Brian. 6,
jnd Jeffrey, 3.
Mr. Schwartz has two daughters
Roberta (Mrs. Ted) Piovder and
her children Diana, 7, and'Phyllis,
3, live in Cleveland Ohio, and
rain, who is ma.ried to Ma.ioi
Arnold Daxe, lives in Alexan-
dria. Va.. with son Jeffrey. 18-
lionths-o.ci. Mr. Schwartz' your ei
on Herbert and his bride of two
months. Leslie, (nee Nadel) for-
merly of Norfolk, Va., now live in
vtiai.ta.
On their return f.om the i
oneymoon. the couple will liv< al
.09 Brickell Ave. A laric !
atherins i- planned for Chan
Also among ladies honored with the Lion of Judah Pin as
"Pacesetters" and "Trustees" for 1972-74 Oct. 30 were (from
left to right) Mrs. Nathan Ringler, Mrs. Herbert Sadkin, Mrs.
Bernard Berkley and Mrs. Stephen Muss.
Firtel Reports on Mission
living Firtel, president of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy. ;
.vill report on his three-week
survey mission to Israel during
the Yom Kippur War at a meet
ing of the committee planning the
26th annual scholarship dinner
-cheduhd for 3:30 p.m. Friday at
the Miami Beach school. All of-
ficers, directors and trustees arc-
urged to paiticipate.
Yiddish Culture Wincle
the Yiddish Culture Winile will
hold its literary gathering Tuesday
at 10:30 a.m. at Agudalh Israel He-
brew Institute. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
The morning program will fea-
ture scholar Leon Segal, who will
speak about the Jewish poet, Yc-
hoash, his life and creativity. So-
Drano Anita Cornblatt will sing a
'roun of Yehoash gongs, and Sam
Nashkin will read fables and po
m* hv Y<-h'iaih.
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Women's Division "Pacesetters" and "Trustees" for 1973-74
also included (from left to right) Mrs. Morton Silberman, Mrs.
Herbert Eernstein, Mrs. Lewis Silberman and Mrs. Dennis
Rands.
I^OQMpluj bu
Admiring the growing last of Women's Division "Paceset-
ters" and "Trustees" of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion crre (from left to right) Mrs. Fred Warren; Mrs. Sam
Adler, Women's Division Pacesetter Trustee chairman; Mrs.
Richard Haft and Mrs. Richard D. Levy, Women's Division
vice president.
Tom
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Friday. Nevwnbei 9. 1973
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Sam Levenson To
Address NCJW
Sam Levenson, well-known en- Era and Oat the Other." is em-
it rtaincr and author, will salute tpred around family and home life,
the Greater Miami Section of the \ it was minted out. making it espe
cial.y fitting mat his book be pre-
viewed by a group of women who I
have shown concern regarding the
area's e.nild care programs.
Admission is free to all NCJW
men b r- who have paid their 1973
1974 dues. Autographed books will
br available, with proceeds going
lo NCJW child care programs.
A nativa of New York. Levenson
was teaching high school in Brook
!yn when he began his show busi-
ness career. His TV debut took
plat i on Eo Sudivan's show, and
the following year he starred in his
'. n TV show.
Li < nson. who held- degi
from Brooklyn College and Colum
bia University, was recently;
awarded an honorary Doctor of j
rs degree bv St. Francis Uni-.
verslty for his philosophy embrac-
ing the ideals of brotherhood and
democracy and for his contribu-
tion.- to parent-child understanding.
SAM UViNSON
.1 Council of Jewish Women
esday at 10 a.m. in an ad-
be delivered at the Carib
Miami Beach.
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Women's League for Conserva-
ive Judai'in was to hold its an-
lual Torah fund-residence hall
ampaign kickotl day on Thursday
t 10 a.m. at Temple Beth Shalom,
601 Arthur St.. Hollywood.
Mrs. Morton Levin of Beth Sha-
'm in Hollvwood, branch vice
resident and Torah fund residence
a'l chaiiman and committee arc
tannins a workshop. Brunch wai
o be served.
Coworkers are Mrs. Fred Blank
l"r*. I'ur f. r.'--vn. Mr*. Divid
IdeMein, Mrs Albert Solo, Mrs.
larrhall Baltuch and Mrs. Abe
i r
(iue-t speaker of the day waa to
K-ibbi Victor I). /.welling of
t'nai Rar.hael Congregation, whose
-')c wa- ti !): "Inide the Jew-
h Theol i-i'-al Seminary."
Proci > l- f'om the Si-t hood
armaisns will go to the Torah
"uni !!>' id' per Hall of the Wiinv
'n's League of Conservative Juris.
m. Twenty nine Sisterhoods
hroufrhout Florida are affiliated
ith the branch. Another goal of
he campai n i- to help huild ;>
esidence hall for women students
f the Seminary's Teachers in
titute.
Mrs. Jack Wi If'tein s president
I the Floi B anch.
Ft. Myers Temple
Defers Building,
Purchases Bond
Tmol? hirlea in Fort Myers, an
affiliate of the United Synagogu
if America with -'> family mem
V'i- ha- in the recent Israeli cri
!; purchased a sio.otio Israel Bond
as their expression of the ui
need to support our brethren in
| Israel
The congregation, which has no
building nr rabbi, conducts r< iulai
Sabbath services throughout the
year led by members of the con
gregation.
Joel Plattner. a past president,
reported that the funds had been
set aside for the eventual purchase
if land and building a structure
for their congregation. However,
at a recent meeting the member
ship unanimously voted to postpone
the erection of a synagogue to l'il1
the more pressing need to sup
port the valiant men and women
who are defending the Jewish
homeland.
Smil'ng after receiving the Woman of Valor awards at
the annual Hebrew Academy Women's journal luncheon,
where plans were announced for the 26th annual scholar-
ship dinner of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy to be
held Pec. 23 at the Fontainebleau Hotel, were (from left)
Mrs. Samuel Rc-inhard, Mrs. Louis Sussman and Mrs. Aaron
Lauci.
SUB
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Friday, November 9 1973
Reyes, J^/roii Special Guests
At Cuban-Hebrew Bonds Event
Presrnlinq ihe Slate of Israel Masada Award
to Sheldon N. Lelchuk (second from left) and
Jeiry M. Lelchuk (c3nter) at Sunday's Tem-
p*e Mensrah Israel Dinner of Slate at the
DeauviUfl Hclel is Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
(left). Witnessing the ceremony were Robert
L. Siegel, president of the Temple Menorah
congregation, and Miltcn M. Parson (right)
executive director of the Greater Miami Is-
topI Bond Organization.
Happenings...
.\:t Barker, d n ctor ol The
i i]| sneaK al Ihe noon
lunch 'on m< lina of Dade For-
rhui i iy, '. 13 ;ii the
i. dine i i Iti.--. Walters, Dad
I-1 i urn pi i Metro \i;iv ii'
J. Orr a ep ntative of
Hi al h P ii i ouncil
. n i to attend and
ri
A lull exercise class* which
a I 'ee and open to the public,
held al t!ie Ida M. Fishi r
I : unit; hoi I 1424 Drexel
\ each Thur daj :ii 7:30 p m.
In-tiuctoi is Adriana Ulrich.
Mrs, Rose Go fan, a Miami City
nissioner, will speak at 8:30
p.'ii Tuesday al the Women's
tut' of Florida Internation-
al University Tamiami Trail.
Hi subject w ill be thi role of
women in politics,
Sculpture, ceramics and pot-
Ii i instruction arc now pro-
vided during three sessions each
week at the Ida \l Fisher Com-
munity School 1424 Drexel Avc,
under the auspices of Miami-
Dade Community College, down-
low-! branch. Instructor is I'osie
Adler
Edward Goldstein has boon ap-
pointed director of sales by Con-
tinental Services Corp., accord-
in u to Charles SchUkman, execu-
tive vice president/operations.
Continental Services, with head-
quarters at 2951 S. Bayshore
Dr., Miami, operates Sheraton
Inns.
ft
ft
William C. llartnelt, Coral
Cables insurance and real estate
executive credited with captur-
ing; the first Japanese spy in the
invasion of Luzon in the Philip-
pines during World War II. has
boon elected president of the
National Counter Intelligence
Corps Association. Hartrcett.
whose offices are al 2816 Ponce
de Loon Blvd., will preside next
summer at the group's 28th an-
nual convention al the Sheraton
Four Ambaa adors,
ft
Sr
Judge Constantino P. Lanti,
senior municipal judge of the
Cit> of South Miami, has been
honored by Harvey W. Seeds
American Legion program in
I.'i received a cilj'i,>,i of appre-
ciation "in recognition of sin-
c re and outstanding servic?
nirc m hich contributes
i i !'"< ad\aneement of the
Anu-rican Legion program in
activities dedicated to God and
Ct.Ullll'.V."
ft
I'in Samuels, Miami Beach
nailer, has been appointed
chairman ,>f the Miami Beach
C tj Council Safety Committee.
Samuels has been a member of
the committee for the past 10
years,
ft
Four Dude County physicians
will be featured in the first seg-
ment Of a now PBS national
lelvision series called "The
Killers." "Heart Disease: the
20th Century Epidemic," will be
aired Monday, Nov. 19. at 8
p.m. on Ch. 2 WPBT, Special
guests include Midiael s. Gor-
don, M.D., Sidney Bliimenthal,
M.D.. Mary Jane Jesse, M.D.,
and Pedro Ferrer, M.D.
** # 9.
Gl'-nn M. Runyan has been
elected assistant cashier of Jef-
ferson National Bank at Ken-
dall, according to Arthur II.
1 "in slum, chairman of the board.
Runyan, a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin and Tulane
University, received his certifi-
cate from the American Insti-
tute of Banking in 1971. He is
a member of Temple Zion and
its Men's Club, B'nai B'rith
Bankers Lodge and B'nai Brith
of Kendale Lakes.
ft ft ft
Miami Chapter of th Nation-
al Association of Accountants is
meeting Thursday, Nov. 15, at
the Dupont Plaza Hotel for cock-
tails at 6 o'clock, followed by
dinner at 7. The speaker, Mrs.
Katharine Graham, chairman of
the board and chief executive
officer ol the Washington Post
Co., which owns various news-
papers, radio and television sta-
tions, as well as Newsweek
magazine, was designated one of
Ihe ten highest ranking women
in big business by Fortune
Magazine.
1 Eni-anu-El's l.'SY
Instil I Is Officers
New officers of the Temple
jn.inu 11 chapter nl the United
a u Vouth v ere installed
atuidaj in rn ing I '
lath >i ice .it lb:- Miami Beach
nngregal on,
Robin Schaffor as worn in .1-
1 idenl of the I SV group for
he 1973-74 school j ear. Oth< r 01
cers installed include Leslie
Berger, \ ice pi 1 sident: Ida Fich-
inl, i|/. 1 eco iii' 'cretary, and
3arry Dressier, corresponding sec
etary.
Dr. Mannlo Reyes, Miami news
commentator. will be the special
:i, .\ tht**Cuban-Hebrew Israel
Din..... ol Stal Saturday evening
ai the Fontainebleau Hotel
Dr. Reyes is a well known and
respected spokesman for the ma
lority of Miami's Cuban exllv
through WTVJ-TV's Nous en Es
nanol" 1 'i'i "El Reoorte dc Manolo
Reyes." His broadcits are heard
frequcntlv on the Voice of Amer-
ica and Radio Free Europe,
A director of the Dado County
chapter of Ihe American Red Cross
and ib< Dadc Senior Citizens Asso-
ciation, Dr. Reyes is the founder
..nil charter president of the Cuban
Sertoma Club in Miami
Appearing as guest speaker al
ihe dinner will be Ambassadoi
Benjamin Varon, a distinguished
Israeli diolomat who played a key
rol in the establishment of the
Slate of Israel.
A SI million Israel Bonds drive
Dr. Reyes Ambassain. Varon
m the Cuban-Hebrew o 1 nunity,
headed by Dr. Pablo Tachmes, will
be climaxed at the annual event
Jaime A. Mitrani, P.E., dinner
chairman.
Rabin Dow Ro/encwaig of the
,'uban Hebrev Congregation, Rah
hi Meir Ifaaliah Melamed of the
Cuban-Sephardic Congregation, and
Rabbi Sadi Nahmias of the Sephar
die Jewish Center will receive the
State of Israel Masada Award at
the dinner,
Becky Hoar was elected treas-
urer and Mike Frank was chosen
aarlisimcntarian by the Temple
Kmanu-El teenagers.
Aryeh Rockach, for the past two
cears director oi the Jewish Agen-
cy's Vi nth Aliyah division for
South Florida, has been named
outh director of the synagogue.
5-Day Emergency
Care Seminar Sel
Mount Sinai Medical Center, in
conjunction with the Dade coun-
y Disaster Nursing Council, will
ponaor its second annual "Emcr-
,cncy Care Seminar" Nov. 26-30
from 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. in the
enter's Wolfson Auditorium.
Topics relative to all forms ol
emergency care will be discussed
it the 5-day accredited seminar
which is open to all nurses, interns,
; residents. ICU technicians, radio-
j logical therapists and EMT stu-
1 dents, as well as fire rescue, po-
1 lice, ambulance, lifeguards and
other emergency related person-
nel.
The seminar is free of charge,
! but registration is required. Forms
I are available at the Employee De-
, velopmcnt office, 4360 Alton Rd..
Miami Beach.
Champion Paul Marks, (right) accepts the perpetual trophy
on which his name will be inscribed after logging 71-66
137 lor the best score with a handicap in the Jimmy Burns
Memorial Golf Tournament. A 12-handicapper, Marks re-
ceived the award Oct. 14 from Miami City Manager M. L.
Reese, (center) who conceived the tournament, and Tom
Welstead (left) tournament chairman. Reese seven years
ago originated the event, which honors the memory of the
late sports editor of the Miami Herald and makes avail-
able a four-year scholarship for a worthy student at the
University of Miami.
AJCommittee Honoring Meany
By Special Report
NEW YORK George Meanv,
president, AFL-CIO, has been
named as the first recipient of the
American Jewish Committee.
Democratic Heritage Award, it was
innounccd here this week by El-
ner L. Winter, president of the
American Jewish Committee.
Presentation of the honor will
take place at a dinner on Dec. 17
at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in
New York. The tribute to Meanv
will be made by Justice Arthur .1
C.oldberg, past president of the
American Jewish Committee.
Weight Control Is Foriun Topic
"Weight Control is it Possi :
ble?" will be the topic of a public
forum sponsored by Cedars of Leb-
anon Health Care Center Auxiliary
Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the hospital
auditorium.
"We arc calling on two experts
in the field to present the down to
earth fads about obesity," said
Mr- Doran Zinner, president of
the auxiliary. ,
Dr. Barbara E. Bear, a specialist
in baiialrics, and Mrs. Norma
Fraaher, director of Weight Watch-
ers will conduct discussions and
invite questions from the audience.
Mrs. Cherie Fox is program chair-
man.
The public i> invited. Cedars of
Lebanon Health Cere enter is lo-
cated at NW 12th v ,d 14th
Street in Miami's Civic Center.
Ambulance To Be
Dedicated Sunday
Dr. Eugene Labovirz, rabbi of
Temple Ncr Taraid. will he the
principal speaker Sunday at the
11 a.m. ceremonies dedicating an
ambulance to Israel's Red Cross
service, the Magen David Adorn.
The ceremony at Byron Hall.
401 69th St., is free and open to
the general public, and refresh-
ments will be served, according I
So Samuel Reinhard.
Reinhard. Florida state chair
man for the American Red Magen I
David for Israel, and David Cole-
man. Miami Beach chapter presi-
dent, also will take part in the
dedication.
Mr. and Mrs, Morris J. Wein
loin, residents of Byron Hall, will
urn over the keys of the 1974
General Motors ambulance to
Coleman, a membei of the nation-
al board of the A nerican Red
I Magen David.
The Family of the Late
DR. HOWARD T. DRECKSLER
express their deep appreciation to
their many friends and relatives
for their kind expressions of sympathy
during their recent bereavement.
ADELINE, ANN!, RICHARD, ALAN .nd CHARLES
L*
EHZABETH WE1BY
Herons, Egrets, Marshes and Cypress,
of the Everglades
November 12-23, 1973
n
WttWoyt 9^00 o.m. le 8 30 p.m.
^/diiii.ili'on Zfrtt
BACARDI ART GALLERY
2100 Buc.y,, Blvd., Miiml. Flo- t.


riday,
r.ber 9. 1973
t'Jkni&fr fhrkUan
Page KB
Bar Mitzvah
AIM TF.NDRICH | will be held at Temple Mcnoral
n son of Mr. and Mrs. and the ee'ebrant will be honored
I. Tendrieh, 12020 SW with a reception and dinner Satur
II st.. rve nis Bar Mite- toy evening in the Crimson Rooir
da> Vov. 10. at Beth jf Temple Mcnorah.
: zation. The cele-
|0 celebrated his ARTHUR I.IPNER
at Beth David, and Arthur Aaron, son of Mr. am'
married there. Mr Scott Lipner, will become Bar l'ar-
ighth grade at, Mitzvah Saturday, Nov. 10, at Tern
I ., High School, pie Emanu El.
member of the
p nil Hi hn hr.,-n Arthur has been a slue but of
hooi: Bana. lie nas oeen *""
tor at a local elemen- ,,u' L*hrman Day School of Temple
and is in his fifth pmanu-El since kindergarten and
David Religious '* now '" *"* H** grade.
hool. ...... The celebrant will be honored
Mr. Tendrieh will fete wjth rel.eDtion in the Fricdland '
., Kiddush luncheon | BaI,,.oom of TomoU. EmanuFi Hjt
Beth David, and at a dinner in grandoarents. Mrs. Helen Berger
,eveniniat the Fontainebleau ,n,, Ml. nd Mrs Jack August
lei- i will a'I end the event.
Students Hold
Memorial For
Fallen Soldiers
A memorial service for th-
oldiers of I rael v. ho fe 1 in th
tattles of tiie War of the Day o
Vtonement, and a report on th
ate of iiu vim Jews, marked ar
bservanci by the students ot th
:udait:i High School of the Cer
al Agency for Jewish Kduealio
"id members of the Jewish Yout
...ii ,r o.. Msn)J con-l!i-
at the Jewish Federation building
under the leadership of Gene
. kvnzw&ig, (Iii. cor ui Youih Pit
'ramming of the Central Asenc.
or Jewish Education.
Tne service was held as a It
ponse by the Jewish youth of th*
ommunity to the call by the rell
:ious leaders for observances t'
lark the loss of life during th
to the gn.up a fin
and report of the condition o
ews in Russia was Joseph Telusr
tin, a recent graduate of Yeshiv:
Jniversity, who has been vitall;
' involved in the struggle on be
1 lalf of Russian Jewry, and win
vas m Russia during the Yon
I
i, ;ts will be Ari's
|aml|... Mr. and Mrs Nat win SHE1 J ROMER
'"' Shell Ann. daughter of Ml
HARRY NOVACK
S ning, Nov. 10. in
of Temple Ner
I hard, son of Mr.
f H. Novack, will
nl at Naul
. and atti
r S hool.
i
tion in
;-i at the Barce
Mrs. Howard Romer. vvi'l b- mv
Bat Mitzvah Saturday, Nov. 10. at
Temple Emanu-El.
Sheli has attended the Lehrman
Dav School of Tenmie Emanu V.
for ven vpars and is now in the
eizhth grade.
I brant will be honored
" r mpl Emanu
::;. n- r indo irents Sii ii Mo*
...;' and ,'- a"d Mr ^ -<'
The memorial meeting was ;
follow-up of the Simchat Torar
rany on behaii of Israel and S<
iiet Jewry sponsored by the Jew
ish Youth Council, and the highl;
uccessful walk-a-thon for the I
I rael Emergency fund, whicl
': aiscd over S15.000 lor Israel.
Serving a- adult coordinator o
he Jewish Yo.ith Council is Ha
ecu Bertisch, Teen age Supervisoi
>i the YMHA. Susan Schwartz o'
he MCSY, is president of tin
jroup.
Ill group plans to raise monev
or the Israel Emci gi ncy Fund a
in aiea-wide dance to be held a:
he YMHA Sunday at 7:30 p.m
various gro : and businesses ii
he area i... made donations to:
i
'- "ill i
i oi in Bos -
. and uncle,
". ,ack, hi uncle
' IPVIN KCBNICK1
Mr. and Mrs
} "II become a
mple Mi norah
: Nov. 10.
nan, will be among the hon-jthe dance so to assure maxi
I guests.
a. +
kenneth phillips
eon Mr. and Mrs
'1 be ca'led I i the
IS .1 Bir Mil -ib S-itur.l iv
< nple Beth Moshe.
mum pioceeds for
Emergencj Fund.
the Israe
Kni i tudent in the l im
i ; ition class and an
: student at North Mi
mi -''i::1 High Si hool.
J\VYA Activities
For Coming Week
Are Announced
.
The activities this week of tlu
Jewish War Veteran* Ladies Aux
iiaries in Dade and Broward Coun-
nd Mrs Phillios will hosl 'if-1* are as follows:
Shabbat and Kiddush Robert K. Kianzblau 177: A
.-,,.,. ] ,...,,,, ,.-.,,,,, evenin board meeting will be held or
h grade stu- and Saturday morning, ^ reception luesdaj at 8:30 p.m. at remplt
of the celebrant will take Israel. Miramar. Marion Moskovite
- Junior
lowing services urday evening.
High in honor
place at the Barcelona Hotel. Sat- tt president.
Air Fare Aid For
Volunteers to Israel
Available in Miami
\-
By^paetaMteMrt
,fc:'" VOR S bolarships for
f.,.,- are--jjow available lor
!- rolui (eering to work
t; im in !;;\kd. it was an-
West Miami 213: Veterans me
modal services will be held Fri-!
' lay at 8 p.m. at Temple Beth Tov,
with guest speaker, Harold L'hr. '
Department of Florida JWV sen-
(.r vice commandep. The Oneg!
Shabbat will be sponsored by the j
post and auxiliary. On Sunday at
3:30 a.m., a Veterans day program ;
: vvill be held at the Open Space
Park, SW 16th St. and 57th Ct..
West Miami. Refreshments will be
b .erved.
Miami Beach 330: A regular
Floridians Due At
USY Convention
Joseph Golden, president of the
outheast Region United Syna
igUfl of America, will head a
rge delegation from the Bevel
tates comi osing the Southeast
Region to the biennial convention
of the United Synagogue at the
.oncord Hotei this weekend.
This year's biennial will mart
ic 16th anniversary of the found
ig of the United Synat-oguc o.
meriea.
'Thy Children Thy Builders'
, the theme oi the 1973 biennial
ffered as a challenge to fine"
e means of insuring that youth
nd adults are "taught of the
Lord" so that "they can qualify a
irehitects ol a Jewish community
vhich can bring about a lasting
.eace for mankind."
Three major conferences within
he convention will deal with
hemes explored at sessions dur
ig the past two years by the
nited Synagogue's "Institute foi
lewish Living": "Intermarriage,"
The Role and Status of Women
n Conservative Judaism" and "The
..- v. <-- i....;
The delegation from ihe Greater
Miami area will include Mr, and
Mrs. Phillip Schiff. Beth David
Congregation; Rabbi and Mrs.
David Shapiro and Jacob M Mogi-
lowitz, Temple Sinai of Hollywood;
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Golden. Miles
Bunder, Rabbi and Mrs. Norman
Mussman. Rabbi Max A. Lipschilz,
' Max Rothenberg. Sy Rosen, lly
Katz. and Mr. and M.s. Eugene
j Lipman, Beth Torah Congregation.
Book Review On
Meetings Program
i Ohev Shalom Sisterhood vvill
meet on Wednesday, Nov. 2i. in
the synagogue social hall with re-
| freshments served at noon.
Program will feature Shi:Limith
Cohen who will review "Siege of
Jerusalem" and "Window in
Mount Zicn," both by Pauline
Rose.
The Sisteihood is planning iN
annual luncheon to be held on Dec.
5 at the Sterling Hotel with an
art show by King Rich.
Members of the Westview Country Club gathered recently
on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1974
CJA IEF campaign. Here Morton Silberman, (left) chcir-
man of the 1974 CJA-IEF campaign, is shown with Dr. Rich-
ard Deutch, president of the Westview Country Club.
FID Cosponsoring Cultural Series At
Workmen's Circle Tuesday Evenings
I meeting will be held on Thursday
I Nov. 15, at 8:30 p.m. at the Legion
Air fare must be paid by the j Hul( iath iinf| \lton Rd.. Pearl
volunteer (S4G7 for those 18 to 23|ncrInan [s president.
year of age; $630 for those 24 to North Shore 677: A social meet-
W years old).
Limited scholarships are avail
bj .Chaim Ganei. execu- able to volunteers requiring finan-
American Zion cial assistance.
'h Fun$a;ion (AZYF). (SRAE| AS requested that
sine- the outbreak of war persons wishing to volunteer do
ng will be held on Wednesday
at 8 p.m. at the Washington Fed-
eral. 1133 Normandy Dr. Mildred
lun.-il'cr is president.
Harry II. Cohen 723: A regulai
meeting will be held on Wednes
|at ai 7:30 p.m. at the Surfside
[I:
"i-- has beeti sponsoring a so through ^ZFY's Sherul La'am jommunity center. Lillian Kevoe
*' Shprui i.a^m volunteer program, rather than going to Is s president
I tour people from rael individually. Application can Normaii Bruce Brown Post 174
p I > States and Canada be be made through Sherut La'am of- ,nd Auxiliarj will hold their an
pen the ages-of 18 and 30 ice at 515 Park Avc., New York |ual veterans memorial services
r2iL> 230 or at (305) 5764000 ,-|j(|.lv a( 8:15 p.m. in Beth Kodesh
Till
em.
VOUNTEERS perform
:rv n kibbutzim
ng Israeli- called to the
force- Special arrange
in Miami.
The American Zionist Youth
ation : a national youth-
liava recently been made serving agency, which sponsors a
Congregation. Rabbi Max Shapiro
..ill conduct ibe services. Guest
pcaker will be JWV Department
,i Fionda Commander M, Jay Ber
jner of Coral Gab! Particips
a commitment to
the kibbutz foi at least six ing
Krnt.K. era I-
liiiiiii, ,,ie ii-1 ...........
work ish people and a better understand-
of the important role of mod-
io Jewish life.
raei
is, and Di
Ladies Auxiliary president Mrs.
Shirfey Tragash.
The I. L. Peretz School of the
Workmen's Circle has announced
hat its 25th annual series of cul
ural evenings will for the first
Lime be cosponsored by Florida
International University.
Conducted at the Workmen's
Circle building at 25 Washington
Avc.. Miami Beach, the series is
leld the first and third TuesdBJ
evening of each month from No-
vember through March.
Each 8 p.m. session includes a
ing-a-long. a lecture or other
presentation, a question and dis
wssion period and refreshments
(usually coffee and cake),
On Thursday, Nov. 20. Dr.
Isaac Untennan. noted scholar and
)hilOSOpher, will discuss the topic:
Who us a Jew?"
Arthur Roischan, former execu-
tive director of Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, now with the
foundation for Jewish Philan-
.hropies, will report on how Jews
ire faring in various parts of the
.voi 1,1 on Dec. 4.
On inline Tuesday evenings
there will be lectures dealing with
iteraturc and mior citizens, read-
ings and book reviews, .in and
music appreciation nights, a musi-
^evening, an evening of art and aii
"evening in an Israel kibbutz."
Among the speakers and artists
will be Samuel Portnoy, Professor
at Florida Atlanti.- and a histor-
ian and scholar; Murray Tubelle,
a teacher and book reviewer- I. II.
Goldberg, a union leader: Abra-
ham Krashinsky, a musician ; id
on.| user Stephen J. Rem8en, Re-
gional Director of the Workmen's
Circle and area chairman of the
Jewish Labor Committee
Facult) members who arc v ith
Florida International Univers ty
speakers bureau, art and
departments will also play a
prominent part in the programs.
The 1. L. Peretz Workmen's Cir
tie children's school which
orcd these cultui l < venings tor
24 years is the onl} sch Ol n the
Southern United States
teaches Yiddish and Hebrew Ian-
culture, t. ad it ion, itera-
ure. holidays, songs, pi i
b ama.
This year the school is
Ing a second facilitj at
versit} oi Miami. Week lasses
ire held outside n ;ular -
hour pi two afti mi ins
;i.i\ n ornings, am are open to all
jouth under '.(5 years of age.


Puge 12-B
* U^ir
Fridcy, November 3 i"
Barbara Haven Biscayne Cancer League held its annual
"Las Vegas Night" at Aventura Cauntry Club Saturday.
Pictured with two of the many prizes awarded are Mrs.
Larry Weber (let!) cnairman of the event, and Mrs. Richard
Pinkiert.
Donating blood in a recent drive spcmorcd by Women's
American ORT, is David Zinn. Checking his blood pressure
is Phil Rosenthal of the Miami Beach Rescue Squad. Look-
n are Jan-.t Carter (left) cochahman oi the blood drive
and Lois Apotheker, chairman and region representative
o C
Pictured at the recent Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
Bond-With-Israel Luncheon are (from left) Mrs. Augusta
Mentz, chapter president; Mrs. Miriam Slrkin, who received
the Israel Masada Award on this occasion; Mrs. Frances
Katzman, luncheon chairman, and Mrs. Fremette Fox, the
chapter's Israel Bonds chairman.
HisladnU Women Meet Four Freedoms House. 3800 Col-
tins Ave. Mrs. Philip San I is presi
Histadrut Women's Council. Mar dent of the irroup; Mrs. Morris
sha Wolfstein Chanter, will meet logan and Mrs. Tessie Kirson are
at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the in charge of reservations.
Teen Dance,
Breakfast
On Tap at T
The Jewish Youth Council of
greater Miami and Operation Re-
Entry arc cosponsorlng an Israel
Emergency Fund Teen Dance Sun
lay fi om 7:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
t the YM-YWHA of Greater Mi-
ami, 8500 SW 8th St.
Rock eroups "Wolfgang" and
Metalflake Curbv and The Cor
vettes" will provide the music. All
proceeds will go to the Israel
Emergency Fund.
Pioneer feminist Roxcy Bolton
and her hustoad, David Bolton. the
,'eneral counsel for Dade County
'Chapter, National Organization for
Women and the founder and presi-
lent of Men for Equal Rights
Amendment, will be speaking at
the "Equal Rights Community
lireakfast' sponsored by the Y
Women Sunday, Nov. 18, at 9:30
a.m. in the Grand Ballroom of the
YMHA, 3500 SW 8th St. For res
ervations call Vivian Becker at
he Y.
The day care program at the
Greater Miami YM-YWHA, has
ipenings for children ages 3 to 81
.ears.
The program, which is cospon-
-orcd by I he National Council of
Jewish Women, serves children
from 7:30 a m. to (i p.m. Monday
through Friday, and includes swim
instructions, communication skills,
standard readiness for the three
R's and also a natritious lunch.
To register and for further in
formation call Helen Wein>:tock.
supervisor, at the Y.
Crown Accepting
For
Ea'ance of Seascn
ii Beach's 250-room ocean
' vn Hotel a well known
ko'her establishment has had it-
rniblic rooms refurbished and it"
Collins Ave. front designed into :>
1 "" for guests
The refurbishing and seatin
race are lust two of the innova
tio : made y t *- Berkowitz fani
-,ly owner; and operators of the
hotel for the convenience ol
guests.
"We have added several innova
which we believe will maki
our "ii' sts feel even more a'
hone." Murray Berkowitz said. "We
un a nightly I m ro m and
it has proi ided a social center for
i he late-night en v d "
Despite the Berkowitz family')
busy schedule with the hotel and
wests during the holidays. thy
v n amon | Jewish lead >rs in the
Miami in :. vn kins to raise fund!
!ll!' the Israi jencj Fund,
h Crov -i Hoi v. hie!-, op
erates on the modified Am
Inn with it mea ,
i .i lin lo strict (

I
tri mi i
Fn addit to 11 strietl
.i, .
: i
in i'
Be ides th* n liiin-i aspects o
the Crov Hotel, it h i nm l <
facilities, including its public an
fall water swimmi ig i o il, one full *
block of private beach, | lei i
n all room i, tennis com I
room facilities, and th? f.
"Jolson Corn; r" ri htclub which
feature- hows an !
"We are esoeciallv proud thi
year," Berkowitz said, "that we
now have a third generation of the
family working at the hotel '" Mike
Lefkowitz. who recently married
, Robin Berkowitz. has joined the
1 staff along with Murray Berko
witz' son. Abbev. The hotel wa.
i founded by the Waldman family ,
i Mrs. Berkowitz' parents.
Dr. Tibor Stern spiritual leader of Miami Beach's Jacob C..
Cohen Community Synagogue, blew the shofar at a recent
Peace for Israel rally held at the synagogue on behalf of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Israel Emergency
Fund campaign. ____
Over 2,000 women a.tended the Myrtle Wreath" Member?
ship Rally held lecen'.ly by the Miami Beach Chapter cf
Hadassah at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Pictured are
(from left to right] Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, present of '..
chapter; Mrs. Barnett Bsckerman, program vice pi
Mrs. Max Sche; Louis Landy, reenrcT-men!
nan; Mrs. Joep ership yics p
Mrs. )' -. membership coordinator, and '
h Mond es, life an.
i
t $&&
I
Proceeds of tl ie Ner romid Si/terhood donor go
and lun :,e~n~, held e foe Skiai P. .
cl llu l ore use ......ce ol the
. their success are
' s. Louis Cohen. i; Mrs. Rita S
r.--- :omi
:a:y end Mrs. Sol
' ent
Saot cf Hi" ; t triCrd Mandler' ^sident o. Miami
foSV H Had3Sah: Mrs- Pott, president of recentlv
tZoi M^ami rTT MrS' Martin Am3^' P** chair".
?em of ST ?^er' Qnd ^ Henfy Beckerman, presi


I';
November 9, 1973
+Jml$ii tk rndliair
Page 13 B
cccb C'Cohen Con,mun:;y Synagogue, under th ip cf Rabbi Tiber H. :ern, spiritual leader, and
Cohen, president, and Hymnn Chabnsr president
El Congregation presented two Sefsr Torahs to be
.? Israeli Army, at a special religious service. Ono
rahs, which will be sent by special envoy through
I eli consulate in New York, was originally a family
eir'.ccm of Rabbi Stern's.
orton Silberman (center), 1974 CJA-IEF campaign chair-
, receives a generous gift from Civic League of Miami
eccr. president Stephen Cypen del!) and Dave Emmer,
hairman of the Civic League's Charity Committee.
nter Mums Meet
ii;la Chapter of th<-
r Alumni will meet
I \ov. 17. al 12:30 p.m.
Sweden House, Biscayne
:80th St. Program will
k on the occult iii'! -.
LIGAL NOTICl
cf HopeLuncheon
on for paid up mi m-
liami Beach Chapter
e. will be given al
Fish Market at 1900 79th
'eway. North Bay Village
Nov. 18. at noon.
LEGAL NOTICE
T'CE OC ACTION
'.;T"ur.TivF servce
E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I" cnth JUDICIAL CRCUIT
- -LOR'OA IN AND FOR
1DE COUNTV
.ERA' HI"ISOICTION
DIVISION
i. ACTION NO 73-?7f3<>
' :e FOR DSSOl UTION
CF MARRIAGE
IK MARRIAGE I IP
I. 1.. SCHILLING,
I: SCHILLING,
,i I SCHILLING
i 'it li
Wlnlck Avenue
Wans, Nevada "'
i.; HEREBY VOTI1
on for Dlwtolu
r. con tali
fi.t- ,. r hip
following oi
' i i ladi Count!
'' Dataun Auti n
tl< n v.m.i. r SKI.: I
rt and < i
. ,,U :.| .. i ...
' i iil.-n -I- :
uRTIMER R. COHEN
1. v Boll'l "'. N.E
.mi. PI.....li
iLiiial with '
..i in, above styled I url
. !., amber 14. 1 i'i
uli n iii !" enti
th>- l-elii-f pray '.. ii b publ
or I'..in- con
: JEWISH PLORTDtAN
s ESS m> hand n il 'hi -
1 Miami, Florida on UiU
f \'C,VI Mil.IT. I''"'
lili.HAKH P, DRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dad'- County, Florida
By C P. COPELAND
As Deputy CUw*
(i inuii Court Seal)
MORTIMER ft c>HEN
H Ainslry Bld.. 14 N.E. 1 Ave.
Miami. Florida .13132
Attorney for *flSfcu-*
\ T-^E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
CADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERA'. JURISDICTION
DIV'SION
CASE NO. 73-10632
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Thi Mai lni of
i.| "< GII.LEN
and
CtGAK UIL1 EN
Vl' li liAtt GIL1 KX, whoa* rea-
II | Wilmington Pike, Weal-
;,,.;. .-.,, .. are notified Id
... I \ ur ...,,... !,, I'.-"-
, -. i,, : Marriage fill i1
; P io r"a nil i.....>
ur I i" > I IPSKV :ii 11 "I C'in-
, -,, RMg CO w F aali i Stn et, Ml
in Florida 3313". and Illi (hi
. rltl '' <'< r* ......' "
. ri hi 'I 'lav nf Hi i'i mbi
......'.!' I will bi ii-
. .. iin>< 1"'!
ED l i day of Novi mb m

I |, |. |. | V i.- I.-1 i '[, i |i
F>j i- 'i IPE' AND
I ; ulv '! rk
M p.16 _:.-'
Max Cchn, who has been
named sales manager c! Watei
3ridg3, a 25 acre, S12 million
condominium community being
built by L.^vi.t and Sons, Inc.,
m SmrUra will ccordinate the
activities of a four-man sales
team irom his office at 5909 W.
Sunrise B'.vd., two blocks west
of the Sunshine Slate Parkway.
Flagler Names
Sara-EUcn Chlap
Media Director
Sara-Ellen Chlan, a 1964 B
ate of Coral Gables llit;li School,
das been named media director for
Klagler Dog Track.
Sara-Ellen, who received both
her bachelor's and master's de-
grees from Columbia College in
:.o> Angeles, joins Flagler with a
.aiuil backgio'ind in communica-
tions.
A former scriptwriter, she work-
ed on televisions shows and also
served in various capacities for
radio station KHJ and KTTV in
Los Angeles.
Miss Chlap's newspaper exper-
once includes working as editor
jf the Hialeah Home News. Prior
.o accepting her position at Flag-
er, she was a media buyer for
hi me Smith Mickelberry Adver-
tising in Miami.
Miss Chlap, who was active in
behalf of the March of Dimes and
the Ch. 2 auction, is a past officer
of Beta Sigma Phi, international
ocial and service sorority.
Luncheon And Book Review
Temple Sinai Sisterhood's Naomi
Circle will present a lunch and
book review com oi nation Wednes
day at 11:30 a.m. >n Temple Sinai's
ocial hall. Anne Ackerman will re-
ii-.v "Sadie Shapiro's KnittinB
Book" a novel with a special twist.
For reservations call Ida Kohlberg.
LEGAL NOTICE
Hj/NT ,"F "F A CTiriM
CON5TBUCTIVC S"VICE
. Hjri P"^PF"TV1
. -uF C'^CUIT CMJRT OF THE
rLcyCNTH 'iJDICIA' r-iRruiT
OF FIOROA IN AND FOR
pi he C.nUK'TV
GENERAL JURISDICTION
pi VISION
C'V'L ACTION NO. 73-?7?7J
ACTION FOR r'SSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
.....in- t iimnOE OF
. HFR H [WET \
ner
i
AN IH'EI I
ill
. ivt you
.....v '.'
.'.',v.
......il nitl ''"
..,,,,,. iiefon p<-
. B d -.I. v I-
|b. .Uli '
t-erica
H K1.0RIDIAN
hand nnd il-
,mi. Florida on tnla
, ;. Circuit '""''
I.-..I. County, Klnrida
Bj li .1 FOT
a. Deputy I'Urk
(Circuli ("uri Seal)
Adolfo Koaa, EKiuire
Btom & s<.si, hin. P.A.
101 N.W. ISt* Avnue
Miami.. Flcrida .1312*
NOTICE UNDFR F'CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.-, .-. Id ii i.-i-i-"'- e.lV"w
it... nii4.-i-in.il 'i. di itlrlnu i" "t""
i,...... under the fictitious name !
i p |i i "vslNtl fOVPANY <<
i V W ''"'' Siree', Miami Intend In
iU| w Ith ''"' C'rh nf
, ,,, url of Datli County.
Florida
m \ X SWARTZ
, > p\v i Ri*7
i.ii ARTZ
,.i i p, ZEMFI.
i.i. ,i. \ foi applicant
..... i
-.. ,. yn i. .v
v..rib Miami Beach. Fla 331H!
ii '-!;-. n
- F l-ICUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'OAI CIRCUIT
'M JNfl FOR
C/ipc COUNTY. Fl ORin/y
GENERA! JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Nn 7S"S"?1
NOT'CE BY PUBLICATION
i iKe if
.PI | x j A" > V !' Hl ES IRTES,
I IESTES MA M'KI-
' 1 IRTI
|- -: i
. I :, J I'll, HI'. :m IXOIl.
r'"1,a .. ,
VI .r ARE HEREBY i""1 ed I it s
for I ilai inn n of Mai i
I you and you
,,,. herd n qulr<1 '" eryi < cop>
, .., ,. gnawer other oleadlnij "
Ihi Petition "'' Dlswlutl......I Mar-
i n n., vvifi b Atti mi > I i>
|'i: l;i "IBRS, hose addn at
\- vv :v Avi nui Miami, Florldi
ii--, and fi!'- !'" orlalnal nh Ini
i lerk or ih- above iityled CJourt <"i
, i fore thin Ith da3 I ember
1873, or ;i Default will '" entered
DATED THIS -'"'I' d> "f October,
RICHARD F H1UNKER
Clerk of 'he Circuit Court
By V. TY.MINSK!
Deputy Clerk
11/2-9-1G-23
LEGAL NOTICE
IN the'circuit COUR" OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIV'SION
IN P11B4TE N<" I "'4
NOTICE TO CREDTCRS
III UK RkIi
MARY A VACME I I '
. k MARY J \'- IS I H'N :
11..,.. il
Tn Ml Crcilll \ ;
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Iti
Y,.]i ., i.. I i
ill
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IARY JAN'K III
I | i
i i lad, '' i"
in ii du hu uroi
i Si ll'i'i T'l I'i I- 'In III
ihi fl Ihi
I I) I Wllll
! m l: .
[ time cf the III
Mali il Miami F' Il
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i i:,. utrlx
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II .;.'.. .
", II KXAMiKtl
\ i.v fur K
;, I'i \. Flnirli M
II
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCT!'. F ERVICE
I (NO PR1PFS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVFNTH .'UDIOIAI CIRCUIT
OF Fl OR'DA IN \D FOR
i DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 7J "f"o
ACTION FOR CISSO' UTION
OF M ARR'ARE
i ,.|. -ii i. "vi i" \i;i: i ip
M VHTA riClNZAIJSSS
P, litioi er
il
Mr: hi i'i i.VZAI EZ
Ri o idi Hi
; 'n i .i-i ii i lunxulei
|dl II..- I'm:. I
Mil' ARK HEREBY \'"Tll'U .1 >
ii. i an in-- Ion foi I nf Jlar.
hni i" -i filed i n and
' II ..I : It '-. rl 1. ll|I.V of
in written deft nsea, ii any, to ii
.ii ,v .: |fo Kn l-l- wire, nttorii">
i i'i loner, vi' <>-< addn
\'.W '. Hi Avi lllli 'i ml, Floi III:
UM2K. and file Ihi oi nal uli the
i, 11, of il,,- :ilcv i ntyled "ii' i ,,ii or
I ht-fol'i N-' -. mliei 30, I1'. :. othi r :-
i default will i .iii-iv,I atiiinsi vnu
\ for the rclli i di mandi rl In the .....i-
lilalnl or petition,
This notice shall publiHhcd one*
leach week for 'our connecutlvi weckp
! in THE JEWISH Fl ORIDIAN.
WITNESS in* hand and Ihi neal ol
! aid nurl al Mlam1 Florida "ii thin
, 33 day nf Octobi r, 1973.
RICHARD I" BRINKER
Ah Cieik, Ciicult Courl
Imili Count). Florida
B) a -i 1:1 v >s
An Deput) Clerk
' ii 'Ircull "ourt Si all
I Adolfo Kowc, i-'.-iniii,
Stone \- Roatchln, P A,
! ml N.VV I2lh Avi nu
Miami. Florida
| aii,'in. > for Pi lllloner
li 3-S.M-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
No. 7?-?C353
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Iii i:,- 'I'I;, MarrliiBi i "
Vli 'I ETTA i I.Yi iXS, w Ifi and
.H ISEPH I' I V' INS, llu-l......I
I'i i .'i ISEPH I' I.YI IN'S
: : \. i ;li 11, lann SI eel
. hi,. Callfoi nln '
Yt'l' ARE HEREin ni ilfli il lhal a
Pi iition for Dissolution "l .Mai au:i
has been filed nintinsl you and vnu
., lierchj required I
. ur answer ur oil i-adlna i"
ii,, p, hu, n on Hi.- Wif. 'i- nttoi n. i
i ESTER ROtiEliS whose address Is
: i",i N.w :7.li \v uue, Miami, Flor-
,:., 33i I fill ihi oi In i i with
.li. Ch rk i i Ihe above slj "I Ci url
..... In i.i, iii. 7 .l.ii of Deci mbi
; ..I- a I lefaull 'il ''. entered
nicalni ; you
|i \TED this 29 da) of Ictober, I9i3
RICHARD P BRINKER
ci. 11. of ih. i 'ircull Court
I'i \ -I RIVA8
11 iut) Clerk
II L.-9 IK
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PRnPF.RTYX
IN THE C'RCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 7?.r6*6B
ACTION FOR DISSO' UTION
OF VARRIAGE
i> RP '''' ".-......'
I. "l-c i lu Hi III HA UN ISII,
Husband,
and
\TV' .. i'l".\ Jt'NE HARNISH.
Wife.
i'i i: Mrs. v. ndetta Juni H
.- .. Ei m Bei um< nl
i (.in Sti i
Pnrtsm'tl Oh
.,,, u HEREIIV '"' "i"u
,: a, ||i i, fi i DlKsoiUtli ii i-i Mar-
In, c has been I I )' '"'!
i i -11111. d to i '
ten defense* II any, '" H
K IVITXEY f K Rl I 'P. i';"-.....
-,, p. ntloni r. Suite
. i .1 i ineoln R iad. "
. .1., ..; i -i
hi nl hi Hbovi
, in ,,n or i" :''"' i i '''"
he entered
on fin ih. !- manded
ih. romplalni or i Hi i
,H i ubll'bed onci
..,, h v pi i- for ''"ii1 ii e week*
in 'I'M !: J EW1SH Fl ORM HAN
w ITN ESS d the s'
-;,;i court ni Mlam Florida on lhl
, Rj mi' i ii i..i. i "-.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Cleili '' uli Courl
I nui. i 'ounlv I"'- -Ida
B) 1 SNEEDEN
As Deput) "li 11.
-,i i "ourt St nl'
InU ITNEY ^' KROl "'
B) : Paul Kt Hi" v
Suite 512. 420 Lincoln Ri d
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney foi Patltlonai
5S8-7575
ll/2--l>S8
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD-CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FIORIOA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PRf'B'TC P'VISION
PROBfE NO. 73-6PI0
- Ul.Z
NOT'Cl T(J C-EDITORS
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11 2-9
' IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COoNTY, FLORIDA
GENERA'- JURISDICTION
DIVISION
i CASE NO. 73-?6273
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
CF MARRIAGE
IX RE MAI'iH OP OF
I IFI "Li' \\ EINSTEIN.
Ihi 1 nui- .....!'
ami
.., v ;- ,\ KJXSTEIN,
\\ if, -!:. .......1 nl
: i fiAETANA I" WEINSTEIN
Inn Kasl r.ih St.. Vpl No l*F
\. .-. V...:.. New York
inc. tJAETANA T WEINSTEIN.
are hi li) noiifli il lhal n Petition foi
Dissolution "I Mm rlatci hat bi n
filed arainal you, and vu are r. , -. I, cop) "f your Answer or
li. nillnii ii said Pi litlon for Dlaaolti
lion i.i Mnrrlniri "" 'hi Huaband-
l'i in.hi. r's attorney, Ronald I.
i;-.; P.A., U7 Blaca) i"' Bulld-
i,.,-. 19 w FlaKler Street, Miami
Florida 33I3" Phone: S79-28M. and
file Hi. original Anawer ." Pleadlnn
,,, ih, i.in., ,,i ih. Clerk "f ih. en
cull court, on or before the 7 day
, of Decimber. 1973. If you fail t .1"
-, ludKmenl b) default will !" taken
HKainal you for the relief flemannta
In iii. Petition for DlMolutlon of
THIS NOTICE slinll he publlahed
! M,. .mil week ("i four <4 coneecu-
tlve week* In THE JEWISH FLOR-
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
li, mi.i this :' day "f October, lv.i.
KICHAIID P BRINKER
Clerk, Circuit Court
I Hole i 'ounty, Florida
By: \ I RIVAS
I ii liny i i. rk
n ii. nil I i'Uii s. al i
H/2-9-16-2S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORiDA IN AND FOR
DAC E COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6253
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I RE: Estate .'I
JEAN Ul'DOES
'... eased ,,
To All Creditors and All Peraoni Hat
,,,k chum-, or Demands Agalnal Said
" Yoii'iii''- hereby notified and required
lo iir.M-ni an) claims and di mands
which you may havi agalnal Ihe ea-
late "< JEAN Rl'DOES deceased late
,,i r>ade County. Florida, "' the cir-
cult Judges of Dade County, and I
(hi name In duplicate ana ai pro-
M,l.,I iii Section 7:::: 16, Florida Stat-
us, in iii.ii' offices "i Hi- < ""my
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida
n-ithln four call ndar m.....hi from tne
inn. ..I the first publication hi i
., ih. Kl in. "ill I"- I'ali.'l
Filed in Miami. Florida, this -'
cla\ "I Icl AH 1973.
SEYMOI'R C. Rl'DOES
As Executor
First publi. -i of thin notice on
ii, day .!' Son mber, 1973
IKY ZCKERNICK
foi Si ) mour C RU>"gl -.
Exik ii- i
i i i ineoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139 ^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
MiTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
i ne h .-, under thi fl; lltloua name
, \v HOI ESAI.E si rl'IA "
.,,. i 77 (iiralda Avenue, i" the
",," | coral Oables. Florida Intends
.., | ,,,i -.,>,. with Ihe i lerk
, ,., ,, courl nl Dadi I ounty,
I mi, .i hI Coral iables Florlil
'' ': ""' '"':.. ,V.'
i iii i i ry ii"i .-:-. in<
Floridn
Florida
,.i
jiii K i-i "'. Prealdenl
i' Kaplan, Sei n
II ; i i Rl'SK'N
mi. i, -. f.n Applicant
i i nln Ro .1
, Florida 13139 f f |g ^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
-1 ||i ih -1|.....: ilesh mi: i" engage In
, .. unil. i the i'i. lltlouf name of
\KXIVA FASHIONS at 421 EaBt 10th
I am Hiali. h, i ladi Count). Fla. In-
(end '.. register said name with the
Ch rk -I ii" Circuit Court ol Dade
i 'ount). Florida
ARNOLD MAY
IVETTE BOBA
u Insti in & Bavly
I Attorni \> (or applicant
l ill Blacaynt Bldg.
, Miami. Fh. SSIM ^^


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'Jmvisii tbrtiMBHP
Ruby Fogel Levkoff, Noted Pool
Died Nov. I In Her M. R. Howe
Poet Ruby Levkoff. whose pen
name was Ruby Fogel, died Thurs-
day, Nov. 1, at hex home, 6020
Pine Tree Dr., Miami Beach.
Mrs Levkoff, whose book of ____,__________
poetry, "Of Apes and Angels," was cINBINDcR
nominated for the Pulitzer Pii/.i
in 1966, recorded her poems for
the Library of oCnUrcss in 1969.
The recipient of many awards,
including the James Joyce Awards
of the Poetry Society or America,
she was one of three American
poets chosen in worldwide com
petition to be honored at the
Stroud International Festival ot
the Arts in England in 1969.
Rom in South Carolina, Mrs
Levkoff was a graduate of Duke
University where she was class
poet. She had her first poem pub- | COSMAN
lished in the New York Times when
she was 18. and many of her
poems appeared in leading literary
quarterlies.
A resident of Miami Reach for
26 jears, Mrs. Levkoff was a mem-
ber of the Poetry Society of Amer-
ica, Poetry Society of South Car-
olina, the Academy of American
Poets, the League of American
Poets, the eLague of American
Pen Women and the Laramore-
Rader Poetry Group ot .Miami.
She is survived by her husband
Jack; two daughters, Mary and
Lizabeth; a brother. Abe Fogel,
ind a sister, Mrs. Fred Kaufman.
Memorial services were held
Sunday. Nov. 3. at Temple Israel,
vith Riverside Chapel in charge.
I-" 1..i-. 11.-.-. 34, nf North Miami passed
:i....\ Monday, Not Formerly nf
Nuw York City she was b life mem-
hei .....I former nresldenl nf I'CPA
Miami Woman's i nil and nerved In
-tat. mid national branches Sur-
vived b) daughters, Mi-- Shaune
Blnhinder. Mr-. PhylllN Elablnder
nf Miami, Mr-. Amice W.-in.
of Hlaleah; one grandeim. MiteheH
Eliihinder. mother M'-. I.ydla He-
ll, i-li ,f Miami; sister. Mr- (lidH
t'amll nf .Miami; uiii'Ii-k Abe Z-ill.ii.
of Miami Beach, Theodore Zalkln
of North Miami Reach, liuddj Howi
and Michael Zaikin botb of New
Vork <' v. Funeral services wen-
held \s .11,. -.lav. Nov. 7 al River-
side Chapel, with Iniermenl in Ml
win. i', mi lory.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTiCfc UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY HIVEN tha1
i,i undersigned, desiring i- engage
i, huaii under ihe flctltloun nami
.f 1ILVI3 BIRD BAKERV Hi M44i Ml
s VV r.fith Btreet, Miami, l-'l Intend
.. register said name with Ihe Clerk
Circuit Court "f Dade County.
Florida. .
I;illi.it Corolla Inc.
I Eugene Lemllch, Eaq,
1 Attorney for Ollbert Coreua Inc.
1 _?_ W. Flagler St., Miami, fi......
LEGAL NOTICE
Friday. Noverr.ber 9. 1913
LEGAL NOTKt
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME 1 AW ,
N-OTH B IH HBRBW (1IVBN 'I"1
||,, undersigned d.
del ib
. i KlUtO
ii m
i.ii-ln- under the i ", ,'
.;:,-, ,s WEI DINOSHOP at {
, wild m me with hi > <>
Circull Coun of Dad. <>untv.
Florida.
ANTONIO MAJiCm _9 je M
i;.-i-ni., i: form rb < resident of
11..itv \......I and Miami Bi neb., 'ii"i In
Tel Avi) "'i 15. She in survived
by her hunbi nil, Ufred. two sons.
Barry 'I Daniel lining, her
mother, Fanny Liehman. nf Israel
and brother Seymour B. IJcliman of
Miami. Mi-. < "-111:111 Wan a teacher
ai 1I1. Hebrew Academy (19S1-86I
Until sin- moved t" Israel ill ISS6
t'niil her death al the age of 57,
Kbe w.i- 1.a.-hint al Ihl Herslla
Oymnaslum In Tel wi\ and was
actlve in WIZO and other larmell
organisations.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-24740
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN l!K THK MARRIAOB OK M \R1K
Ii iri-:i,VN MACKEV, WIFE.
PETITIONER, AND, JAMES
LINCOLN MACKEY. Ill SHAM'.
1 RESPONDENT.
! t< i; .lam. Um-oln Mackey
\. u 1 'i "\ Idence
Nassau. Bahama!
You are hereby notified lhal your
wife filed a petition for marriage
dissolution, ami that you are re-
quired to file your answer or other
iilendiug thereto, with the clerk nf
ilii- Court and to nerve b copy
1 hereof, upon Joseph C. l-iu-.-.l. 448
NW ''4 Street, Miami. Florida 83150,
your wife's lawyer, on or before No-
vember SO, 1978, otherwise .1 Default
will be entered against you.
Dated: 11 October, IPTC. at Miami,
Florida.
Richard !'. Ilrinker
Clerk of Hie i'..uri
By: C, P COPELAND
liupuiy Clerk
I" 10-28 11 :'-9
KAYE. Harry, (8, of .Miami Beach. .
Riverside.
BLANKER, Edith, of North Miami
Beach levin
.lEGAL. .Max M.. 7.".. "f SU'l'-ide
lUvertilde Intermenl .Mi. Sinai.
\TKINS. Clara, 74, "f .Miami Beach,
RH ersldo.
BERGER. Joseph, of Miami Beach.
HEFTLER. Marry, M, ( Miami.
Rlvei nidi
KAFKA. Helen, M. of Miami Beach
KJvi r.-i.le.
MATUSOW. Abram, 81, of Miami
Beach. Rivenridt
'AOLER, Hew le, "f Holla *.....I,
I' vi rwldi Inlermeni Ml Slnal.
RCSENTHAL. Muni-. 85, 1115 EU-
. liil \\.- (lordon,
3IHNBAUM. Ida, 70, :.'.' Eui Inl Avi
Rlverhide.
HASSEN. Lillian, f, --'' la-manl
|>r. Blaelienr.
-EVY. William. 78, of Miami Beach.
Newman Interment Ml. Nelm
MENDLOW, Rose, 71. !-' NB I28lh
si BloHherK,
SHAPIRO. Benlamln, -. *34 Euclid
\\, lilaslnru.
STRUMPF. Jack 80, of Miami Beach,
NVw man.
TANNENBAUM. Willi.m,. -I .....
|>r RNtHbera
Dr. Giiiott,
Psychologist,
Dead at 51
By Special Report
NEW VORK Noted Israeli
psychologist Or. Chaim Ginott died
here Sunday.
The Tel Aviv born expert in
child-rearing, who rose to inter-
national fame, becoming for the
psychology of children what Dr.
i; i jamin Spook was to the care strusser. Max. mi, North Miami
of infants, passed away at 51.
DR. GIN0TT8 books were trans-
lated into 21 langua
Al the time of hi- death, he was
P yi hologibl "in residt nee" oi
NBC-TV's "Today Show."'
Or. Ginott was also the author
of "Between Us," a syndicated
i. wspaper column appearing in
H,o i across the coun-
ti.
He 1 ctu i lively on child
i houl the U.S.
i ; e :i:!'\ Israi 1, where he re-
ci ived his ear > education and
I ,. au i elemi ntai y school;
; i ive hen.
In- ermeu
Beach R\\ < '
I in> al
-;LOSE. ,'i i y Jan
Mlii ml l
--HIMBERC, Sam
i:\-l.. re
-R'ED. Daiili I i
Riven Ide Inti i men) Mt. Nelm,
njzv, Mr Din 97, ol M ami
h Rlvi i '
: Stni nl
"i;.
. of North
i I Avi-.
i Ml iml,
friendship...
means someone cares
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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. 73-25246
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RB: Till: MARRIAOB OF
!:u.\iil.ii i ItODKIOI'BZ, Huaband,
<\\.\ l'.\ KODRIOI'BZ. Wife.
Ti: SILVIA linnitiiiii:/.
ji> Armatrona Street
JnmnlcH PlalnH
lioMton. Miis>m liuseits, "2130
Vi ll' AUK HBRBBV NOTIFIED
hnl mi action for Dbiaoiutioii ..f Mar-
rlaise haa been filed acainal \'-n and
...ii are r. .|uireii i*> aerve n copy of
M-ur written defen*iea, if any, to ii
in AI.HKRT I- lAKIili .MITK. :it-
tii. x for Petitioner. whoMe addreaa
s 7n"l S.W. ,;l^i Avenue, Miami,
i'lnrldu S314S, and file the original
with 'he clerk nf ih<* above atyled
outi ...... before ':..\ SO 197S: I
otherwise a defuult will be entered,
iKainal you for tin- r.-lief demanded .
n ih, complalnl ..r petition.
Tin- notice .linll lie publlahed once
ii.li week for in conwecutive weeka
n THK JKWISH KI.ORIDIAN.
WITNKSS my hand ami the seal of
aid court nl .Miami. Florida ..n this
. duj ol Ili73.
I11CHARD I' RRINKBR
An i 'I. i,-. I 'In uii i 'inn i
Dad. County. Florida
I'.v II. .1. HIV
\ l ii iiul v i ierk
'ii-. uli Pouri .
\> IIBRT I CARRK'ARTE, ESQ.
:- \\ i i -i Avenue
Hum!, Florida .: I :
\l -Hi:, v\ for Petitioner
-::. II 2-9
NOTICE UNPER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRKHV OIM.N lhat
ihe undernlRiieil. dealrlnn enwire
in l.ii.-ii.. under Ihi flctitloui name
of HAMPTON COfRI" APARTMKNJP
ui is <> So. Ohwlea Drive, North Mi-
ami Reach, F1nrlia Intend to
-ai.i name with the 'erk -f H;- ii-
nil i',.uri of Dade County, Honda
l-ranl> H I-Vl.lman
Joaenb ,M PeMman and
llvman S. Glaaa,
.I i./a Northvlaw AaaocbuM
Ni l-.'n Ai PeMroan. 1' A.
Allorneya fnr Applicant*
1183 Kan. Concoume, Mia' f ,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY fJIVB.N thai
he underalffiied dealrlnK '" enai
in bualneaa under Ihe flclltlnuf nami
,f HA8PADI-RA BI. I'.MA'M! ,.
1110 N.W. liili Street. Miami, l-'l. S31t
Intend" to rciflater naid nami nii
lie C'rb '< ill- Circuit <'nurt of
1 lad. County, Florida.
ih:i.|ii I. V.M.IilVIA
in i-. a, ii i'-n
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
' ICK IS HERKIIY OIVEN that
1...... ed,
uin ihi fictll Ioum name
i' i: I VTA AI "TO OI.ASS w Ii rt- fill i i dm i you,
- ea, regulator, runnern, nulred i" Kcrvi
in. In kej .- at cnvei
i i Ave Miami, Fin
nlcnc] i< irlater Habl name
ih 'ii" Clerk "i ill- Circuit Courl
if I indi u Florid i.
CRBMATA AUTI I 'II.ASS. I Vi
in i < T. >
:. i
i',
-la
r.\
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nl iTICF. is IIKRBUY OC'EN thai
Ihe in, i. i Hiftni d, deairlng to i
to
u il s .a li l ilxli I :
i I : rldii Intendi to res
Ihi I k .,i
cUil i nil I i i ".. ii i: t i ,
P I \ 11 INC,
il Pi i Ident
IHRAI Ii SIIA'EHMAN
. n- Building, Miami. Florida
10/19-2 ii ::>
IN .HE CIKCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CASE NO 73-24756
NOTICE OF SUIT
:' Mil RNB ADAMS
Plaintiff
V.
IAISTIN 11 HERM \.\" nnd
't.V .1 HERMAN, hi.- wife.
Defi a,lain.-.
O: Martin l> Hi rnian and
Itila .1 Herman hll wife
VOL' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
al an action lii f.,redone a mnrt-
ir. encumbering the following de-
rilieil property in Dade County,
IT 7. oak a rove .srmuvi-
8IO.N first ADDITION, accord-
ing (o the Plal thereof, as re-
orded in Plal Book 7 P .1.'.. of the I'ubiie Record* ol Dade
County, Florida
!inn been filed against you, and you
ire required t< serve a ropy written defenses, if any, to it on
'HARI.ENE ADAM8. BOX MM,
a Ratnn. Florida. 8SI32 on or he-
November jo, i!'".*t. otherwise b
in-hi may he entered against
r the relief demanded In the
mplalnt
Dated: Oct. ll. 1973.
RICHARD P. IIRIXKKR
Clerk, Circuit Com I
Dade County, Florida
B) \ .1 RIVAS
Deputy i'
10/19-iii 11 t-(
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6188
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
l hi ha ItYBAK,
deceased.
Ti, All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estati :
You an- hereby notified and required
in present any claims and demands
which you maj havi agulnsl thi ea-
la.....f I BIBA RVBAK deceased late
f Had.- County, Florida, to the Cir-
cuit Judges "f Dade County, and file
ylded in Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices In the t'ounty
Courthouse in Dude County, Florldn,
within f,ur calendar months from tli
tin.....f ih. I'"-1 nubllentlon hereof,
or the -line ill la- barred,
Filed nl Miami. Florida, this ::i>t
.i.i.i of letober, AH. 1973.
PAN A.MERII AN BANK OF MIAMI
A- Executor
First publication of ihl- notice on
thi 9 da) of November, 1973,
SHBI DON N. I.KI.i'lli K
Vttorne) for Executor
< li a' a.- iluildina
Miami. Florida
11 0 H
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-26281
NOTICE OF SUI1 FOR
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE: THE M VRRI \<:i: I IF
HOW VRD S OARFIEI.D. II.,
Husband- Petitlom r
and
DAI E V (lARFIEI H.
VVi I
Tl i DALE A I ARF1EI D
Avenue Apart mi nl -
Ant No. I
Par!. Sir, el
l tordentow n. New .1. rsoy
Vor, DALE A RARFIEI D
.
I ii--..iiiii..n of .\! irrl
.......n
v I A ii -
iv. nr Plendini I II
II lul ni Mnn 11 llus.
-I I.
I is i:-.i r \ i ;
ling A'. I
Miami, P i
i ,
; nf Ihe l
'
111 Ml. Jljll
I
maiided lii i i||
ii.- il >|a
THIS i
mice each v u ..... u-
. i-eki In Ih URIll
B AND i
RICHARD P. UK KER '
Dnil Count!
By A .1 RIVAS
11, put) Clel
(Circull '.in Seal)
-'.-li:.:-
N^TICF T ACT'ON
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PPOPERTV)
iN Tme CIRCUIT COURT OF The
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR'DA. 'N AND FOR
DAOE COL.NTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-24767
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIV'SION
ACTION FOR D'SSO" UTION
OF MARRIAGE
iv RE: Tin: MARR1 MSB OF
Al M \ I'F LEON, W .
Petllloner.
and
ANTONIO DE ll' '' Huaband,
Res'>ondent.
TO: Mr. Antonio on
RESIDENCE t'NK NOWX
vi, rj ARE HEKBBT NOTIFIBO
hat an action for Olsaojutlon ol Mar-
rlage has been fll'-d against you and
you nr" required lo sarva a copy ol
vuur written defense*, if auy. to it
-n OulnarUM Boat hi Esquire, at-
torney for ivtiii,.i.' whose address
is mi N.w. r.'iii avihii, Miami,
Florida, and fit" tha original with
h" clerk of the .if'/-' styled court
on or before Nov. ao ia7:i. otherwise
a default will be ei terad ngnlnsl you
'or the relief di-nii-iideU in Hie m-
lilaini or petition.
This notice shall ba nubii'-iied ........
each week for four it>naecutlv. w. .Ii-
in THK JEWISH FIXIHID1AN.
WITNBB8 my hi i and thi seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
il day of Oct., I97S
RICHARD P BHINhHR
As Clerk. I i mt Court
11.id.- Count Florida
By i: J '
A- 11.mi' ''ierk
(Circull Courl Seal i
Ofil.LERMo si "ST- n in. i:si..rii:i;
tail N.W. 1-th Avenqe
Miami. Florida 3*138 1324-453X1
AttonwI-rPMlitakw, lt/s.,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6333
GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
HARRY 8CHLOSBERO
deceased.
Tn All Creditors and All Per-- I Ha*
Ing Claims or Demands Agninsl Said
Batata:
Vi.u an- hereby notified ami required
to present any eli Ima and demandu
which you may have igaJnst thi i
line of HARRY RCH UISBERO di
ceased Ian of Dnde County. Florida
:,, the Circuit Judgi.....I Dade County,
and file the same In -lunllcnle anil as
providi d in Section 733 Hi Florida
Statutes, in Ihelr offices In thi I 'nun
iv Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within four ,-alendur months
from the time "f thi first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Piled at Miami. Floi Ida, this SO day
of i letober, A.D. 1973.
EDW U'.n TV klAROFF
A- Bxi utor
First publication lhl noilci on
ih.- i day of Novent 7
BHAPIRO. FRIED VVI [1 .^L- SCHEER
1 AHorne) .- for pstale
17 l.ii- "In Rond
Ml in.i Bi ach. Floi id,
ll '2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTv
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6338
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE '' tnti f
: P Mi AVOY
.;.,
'' a i Veditors am IP Hav-
lint "i li ma i Said
;"
You hen by notified
'O HI any c'all
i-i imo ii,i\ -" tin
' m BS P Mi a
I "ad, Count v. Flm
I
nl. ih- same
' v Seetli :
their of I lees .
u ii Dnde i
i, within f c.-ilendni
it i!i" first iiu
nf, nil) !..
mi i ihia
\ ;'
.in!
A Bxei
F.....bl i
I .,,,.
l: -' D '.
i .
1121 CMy N : ;
Miami, Flo, Ida 130
11/2-1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADC C"UNTY
PROBATE DIV'SION
PROBATE NO. 73-6300
. ,-NRTICE T0 CREDITORS
In RE: Eh tat* of
1RWIN REDMOND
deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Ilsv-
Y<
ti
wh
a
are hereby no
111 :in\
1 ti may I .
' \ r
Dade Co
rudgi
same
- In Sect
hii fou
time of ihe fi-.
il and required
al dl lllai
uain-i the
n ii..
Ida. to
County, ii
ai" and
"33 16, Florida
n the r<
inii "
nr months from
tblicatlon i
NOT CE OF ACT!. .
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERT Vi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
~c rl ORIDA. IN AND FC T
DADE COUNTY.
V" ACTION NO 73-?6i'*7
r-IQN FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIACE
!\ il: THE MARRIAGE OF
JOSE OCTAVIO SALOUBRO
MARIA A8UNCION SALOUBRO
TO: .Maria Asuncion SgJgUeru
Can era lir. N. 64 N. "
Call, Colombia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thi Ron for Dlsaolutlon of Mar-
been filed again ami
lulred to nerve > ,,(
en defen-'e-. If ',, ^
Koaa attornev pen.
address i- mi v* i-|i,
anil Plorl :,",|
slnal wl I il k of
'>'"' mi .fre
"" 'MS; n ,|P.
it......fl i r,lr
mnnded Ui|ni
of. or ,.- same ',".',.......
i m
ME1 VIS .li:i.. "EDMOND
A EXl


.
. eeki
seal
i en

a- shall be "''
! .........
WISH I" dl"i>i- -
a my hand
i-i tit v ml
i i nber
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11/2-9-14-21


November 9, 1973
*i wteUFfarirttor
Paao !5-B
lEGAl NOTICE
. CTION
0T,CIN| CAT'0N
hand
tl I! M hZ
lEGAl NOTICE
1
, 1 mn\,
,1 lliHl a !'
mI,.;.....IB li
"-I......' '
. ., v 1 venue. Miami,
ihi iiiimni
hove jtviM
n 1I11) nl No.
f
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0"7 THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO 7? 7SS38
NOTICE OF PETITION FOR
('SSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
CARMKN RAM8ARAX,
Petit lonei.
v*.
KKK'KI. RA.MSAR \\
Re .....I'll "I
Tl I; B*ki< I Hninianiii
.....fnnathnn Runt*firm
Mnln Road Hnrracknor;i
Trlnldnd IVesi hid -
V'U' ARE HKKKin N'nTIFIKll
ilia I .1 i 111 ti for IHssnluHoii of
*ih..... '| Mnrrliiift has boen filed mriiltiHi you
i'S. whne '>! jinrl ynii lire retiulred lo serve ;t eon)
<,f vtiur anawer "i nhndii lh<
Petition for Planolutloi .1 Vln>......
11 iliv I', 1 lonei .,! Inrne) w H
1 IA.M K CIIRSTKR KSIJ 1.V1 \ K
mm 1, SI reel, Mlunil. Plnr da
mmI hi,, ill, rlvlnal An- v.
PlemllnR in Die office .1 the Clerk
>,f tin- Circuit Court on .r hefort
the :i" day nf \,.\, mber, 1973. M
inu fail I"' 'I" ho, jii'ltm.-iil h) ,1.
fault will he taken uKnlnt y,,u foi
the relief demanded in the Petition
'or Dlaaolutlon of tlarriaue.
WITNESS my hand ihmI ihe nul o'
iii,I ("ourI on October 19 19711, ill
Miami. Plorldu.
i:i,'il \ 1:11 RKIXKKR
1 l.t'l of thi Clrcull Court
p.j: c p. copbi imi. it
i" 'II '2-9-16
pl-fliult "ill '"
of October
,0,1 |> HKINKKfl
. ,i u'i ''""i-1
r v.vn. n.c
9-2H II 2-9
iC OF ACTION
CONSTRUCT'VB SERVICE
'NO PROPERTY)
C fiRCU'T rnuRT OF THE
rEN-H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
F ORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
FSERAl. JURISDICTION
DIVISION
VIL ACTION NO. 73-25280
T.ON FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I u.1:1 t<5E OF
,. { U

. v M ITIFIE1
I nn .'I M>
111 iIuhI you mn
" II rot" "
. If any. i" li
irney for Pe
- 101 s w
Kin 33128. and
h, i lerk of tin
01 before \"\
1I1 fnull w ill I"
foi ihe rellel
Mm or p#tl
liulilbdled onre
mn. week 11
1 np.iniAN.
I and il" ";il
I'll! iila 011 Oils
KKR
nil nurl
.1 Klorlda
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE "-"" -"-TITIOUS
NAME LAW
V" ITICE I.- 11...... 1 l.\ i:\ 1 lira>
Hi.- mull I'slRncil, ilII".........
11 i-u-'ii. ss under the fictitious aami
f i:\i..il ISITt) 1:1:.- ; Ml: ANT ;il 1519
'' lh "I reel, ,M .11111 11......1- |o
reRlater auld mini, with Ihe ("
in, Clrcull Courl i>l I mil,' I'ountv,
Klorldn
l.\. is I'll 1 '', IRP
Vflolfn Kosa, Khi|.
Vttorm > foi aniilli mil
" \ v\ ith \-i
M'mii Kin. S8I2S
I! ;,-i,;-:::-: 11
NOTICE lINi" t'^TITIOUS
NAME LAW
NUTK'K l:- n,.:.i.. tilVKN Ihnl
'li.- uiiii.i hIkii, rt. deslrl : to
bUrtllM Ul.,1,'1 I I I "Il II III. ol
IT'S A S.MAI.I, IVOKI I' SriliiH ill
*2tW B.W llth Si-..' Mliiml :::i:i
intend to reffiatei Hiild nnme uiu- ih>
I, ri ,ii 1I1,' 1 'i, nil t'ourl ol Dade
uunly, Kloiiiia
'I. and Vli \i 111I11 Xodnl
I IVi:i: MAKTINKZ
Vtioriiey for niHdicnntx
>"i \ \\ Till Rtreel
.Miami. Kilt. S812*
II 11.in. -:.-::
I
lEGAl NOTICE
I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADC COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-?5369
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
X m:: tiik a 1 ai!i:ia;i; 1 if
and
I'O.-'AI n II il VWKI.VS JR.
rO: I M l\ A I 11 II HAWKINS, .Il
si,.-i in,. I'ii in lioad
1 '.nn.I,-,1. Maine
MH AUK HKHKIIY NOTFPIKH
Imi mi action for Dlvsolutl......f Mar-
inffe li:,- 1...... filed nBnlnm you and
,'ou are reiiulreil lo nerve a cop? of
our wrlll, :- '-.-. il any. I" it
.I |i.\ vu 1 k s'l'i 'XK : itornaj foi
". till.....r In- addrexH i~ M'.l X IV
.li \'. u,. Miami. "Florida, and
'.'., il.....rbilnal u 1th Ihi cli rk of the
Imivi U.....i" In fore Xo-
, mber :'". ll'TSl "tin rw i-<- a ile-
fsull >' ill I"1 entered nttalnxl you for
ihe i'i i" I id nun il, il In llii
ir 11. 1.
1 in .ill be nulili-lo "1 once
1, fin foui on-. eul Ivi
NOTICE nwriRR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Xi I'l'b'K IS HKHKHV OIVKX thai
iiu- undersigned, denlrliiK i" iibbbi'
n liu> ii-ss under III.- fictitious nun-
.1 iti'ii r.oAD sih'PImmi ri:\Ti:i:
:,i 6781 through 0743 Weal Kourth
Avenue, Hlaleah, Klorlda, Intend to
rcitlHter said name with the '! ,1, of
1I1, fin uii Court irf I'.iil, County. I
Klorlda,
Alfred Kesnl.r
li.ii i.iiiiin HudnwHky
|.'i., ik Walllieri:
Harold 1 I \ neh
......MK1 W'HRR
^ itorneys for Von li. :".'-
095 l.inii.ln Pond. Miami Reach, Kin
11 -;. -1 '.-_:: r".
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVFNTH JUDICIAL C'RC.IJIT
OF FIORIPA IN AND FOR
papc COUNT',
PROBATE DIVISION
porp.-r NO '1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In I'I'' K-l il, of
KRAI KV 1 II".
' ill--. :,.. I
1 ''.. \'i 1 nioi and All Pi n ni llin -
l i 'i.i'ins or 1.. mm ds titnli Sabl
I.......
Vi u m. lii'i', i,\ notified and rcouired
to in -in .1" \ In'mi ami demand
i >> In. h on in I,.,,. ,,. m., i -
'.....1 KR \l KV 1 EK 'i.....n wl ln>,
' .1 1 hull County, Klorldn in H>. 1 '
. nil JiiiIki I i.i.i. 1 '..hum .imi fill
I .- same In ilun'lcn'e mid ......
v nl. .1 ni Si cllon 1 t I S'nl
.- in their offices In tin 'ounl\ :
f\ nrlhoui. in I Ind, 1 'ounl 1 Kl, n1 1 I
icllhbi four calendar moii'lii- from
li, llm, "i Ihe !" 1 inibllciii..... here
01 Hi" -.in u III li burred
piled ni Mlnml, |". 1 Ida. Ihis J dn
f Xov > ....."
RDWARD KXItlllT, JR.
> I'M, 1.....
p" il I'liiiH. :,.ii of ihi notice on
the :oli d-n ..1 Xi emln-r, IU73
Ml IRTIMKR s i'i -111: V
II ...i,. \ 1.1 i;v..iiii.'i
tin" \lmlej Rldtf., Miami. Flu.
II 9-1*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH 'UDICIAL C'R-'UIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-3920
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i 'n r.':. i:-i.ii. .,>
' |iAN'li:i. RCTXF.R
1 il......naeil,
I'm AH i'1'.-ilii..r- nnd All Pi ."in- Mn.
u Claims or Demands AbhIii I Bald
iM.ii. :
Vou are hereby notified and required
I-. nen' 11'" 'ni and demnndi
,, Tin-- ,ii:\\ isii 1 1 orihiax
\. i in'- hand seal of ,,,,. p, ,,,....., wll
., 1 ur 111 Miami Kloi 1 Mils ,. ,, ..,; <,
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTOu'"Tiv/c ccoviCE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF ILun I < 1* "-<'J w .
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACT'ON NO. 73-25J30
ACTION FOR DiSSOi UTIOII
OF MARRIAGE
IX RK: TIIK M VRRI \*'V. V
RICH \R1' XIIRMAX Mi iRll \ \
Husband,
and
I IN'liA I.' H'lSK Ml iltiiA.X.
in III, II \ I r I S'(i|(M.< X MfiRH \N
, ,, lliinuie Mi I'Ban Kl ew 1
1 ',::' X K. Morris
Portland. Iregon
V, n ARK II 1:1:1:1'A'
11,nl mi mi ii,.i for Hi .....il on Mm
i-i 1L. |ii,s bi .-M filed n"i'ni vo.
vou are 1 'inn il lo M-rvi 1 n
. i-.iur %< 1 i'i.'ii di
I,,, HANI Kl! & PR1KDM \N.
ih;."i
N'.i-li Miami
IECAI rOTICF
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME I AW
.;.; 'S IlilPPHV I ill :
1
11 Kll I110H U .11 1
of SKA VVA* r I'TMKVrS
I AS al 9I4H I
-i'1-. "a'i

' Hi fi.nle Coun,)
Ida
y VII' \ -
Co.Purl In Mej er
Km '. mn inn
\. & Peldl
\ j .
1 iv. K.111, 1 'on, '.ii.
nuts
l III
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTR'JCT'VE SERVICE
NO PROPE"TYl
in the circuit court or the
eleventh jijdic al c "cuit
of Florida, in and for
D*r-F COIMTv
CIVIL ACTION NO T3-"'*%T*
ACTION FOR DIS9C" UTION
OF MARRIAGE
\ UK THK MAPRIACiK I 'K
JANKT K SMITH.
\\ il.
and
ROIIKRT smith
Husb'H
Tl 1 ROIIKRT SMITH
:.-.:: Kdsll Kurd K u I
11, : ri 1 Vllcl Iuhi
Vi 1 r ARK HF.ltP.ll> XHTIKIKD
hul iiu nc'ion for 1 N':i''-
"ini;. lias liecll lil.o liBilillsl you i".l
v..|| .11. 1. .mil. .1 lo servi II Wi|IJ 1
\.mi ,. riii.'.i di feiiKi any lo n
mi Krederlck II. Hide* 1 tt'
for Pi 1 llinner, v. I"1" ii'l'lr '"l
X W I '1I1 Am nil. Mi.nn1 Kloi III,
mill file il.....rlKlnal Ith Ihi rk
if 1I1. bIiovi Btvl....."'i'i ,"i or : -
fore November 2:1. 197:!: ..ili. rui-.-
.1 .I.iiiiin will be enli red luainsi -n
for Ihe relief deniunded in il.....m-
; iii.l ." 11, -
riii- noil, shall lie "ii-
ckM
W llii'll V nil lllli \ lllix :"'imIi i III
of li.WIKI. HI'TXRH .I.-, .1 ,,,'i'.".. >, |oUi iihcctitii
l.ii. ..| Hade County, Florida, i" Ihi n TIIK .IKWISH KI.'iRIHlAX
Circuit iludKcs "I I'nde I'oiiiny. and I y\ rr.XKSS 1111 1
file 1I1. same in duplicate and hk huIiI coun 11I Mluni Ploriiln
lirovlded in Reellou 7:::: it.. Klorldn \\ ,\\ ofiieiobei
a
2-9 I
I R FTTITIOUS
I LAW
... : i IIIV KX
>'l lo eilBuBi '
. fictltloUR n.ni"'
i'KSTCH l-:S'l i:i: :!
..1..,111,. Kill, iii- ,
., name w ilh 1 ha
11 Court ol 1 "i
1 I. I! ill IVA
11, -ji; || -2 9 1C I
-LIT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
. AND FOR
. .ORICA
. ^DICTION
01 VIS ON
:'3-2882
.. ^BLICATION
. i'i
.1 VI! >, Wii,
. T Mtll V1 :>'.
\ IUIAC.1 1
I : kii'.wn)
i i'l:l.,:l notirii ,1 Ibal
I n--,,iii........r Mm '
I .... 1 you and > ml
1 1 ..I in nerve a cop>
"i i.ih, i- plendlnff to
Hie w 11, '.- Attorney.
I5S, whose addreHH i>
r u 1 n Miami, Flm Ida
' ,.1 iKlnal with the
iibovi styled i'i.iiii "" '"
in ilaj of December.
II win ... .
. I tench, Klorldn MIS'! nnd fill Ihi
; oriuin.il with II" , ..,1,,1 ourl "ii or In I."" IS n ', '
: l!'?::: olhern Ise 11 defaull will he
i an......1 '....... '"
,,l,.,l in il.....innlalnl or lietll.....
. .,11 I,, nub I'ls'l '""'
. ,. four ponaeputlvi
' i|-:\\ I8H IT "llll'l VN
w I''' \ l-:ss in> hand and Hi
of snld i-ourl ni M'ami. Klorlda on
llii-. |s i:i,'HAi:n P RRIXKKR
.\^ 1 '1.",. 1 '11,11 < "nn
NOTICE u:.uc"l FiCilTI&US li.i-i. Counly. K'oiida
NAME LAW [|v A .1 RIV \ S
XOTICK is 111-:l:i:! HIV EX ihnl x; (.. ..i, 1 v ..
.I,, nn,I, Bin d. del ',, ,,,i i'.....i Send
in l.u i. n !. II '"" |:XN'i |.:u ,<- KRIKHM N
,, VTIX IXSt'R VNCK Si:i:^ ILK .
KililtlHA ii '' ': 'i,l >'";'''i I \"i I \ i- hi Reach Klorlda 33It.'.
i .!,!. ..I.....i" r, IMS
I! I' I'.RIXKKR
A Clcrl Clrcu '' < '
11 .;
II) A I RIVAS
As I'. IIU I I '''-il.
all i -ourl s .al i
DAVIIi K HTI IXK !>..
S'l-iiM' RI IS' CHIX, P \
1111 .
'
Vttorne, -. IViilln r (
nil. v in i li. ii ..ill, i^ in ill, i 'ir
I) 'ourlliousi' in I lade Counl I. Plnr-
I Ida, v iiliin h\ .;, mliir nv Pr'ii
lie nn.....f Ihi fit l rlll.li. Hull hen
i or ihe i .,in, w ill In* hnrn !
Klled .ii Mil..... Florida. Ibis 13th
du) "i i Iclober, AH
UKRXARH I'I XTKR
\- \,l|,,.| -,!.,
I'ii v, nniilli ,i llm ol lice oi
i: ibn of ii"i.ibi .17.
ST A XI. KV M I'RKI I
PRKU H \i:,\ MAN
,in, foi v I ra lor
Kn| 11 l(|, l ml,In,,.
XOTIPIF.fi Miami. Klorlda :::!::! -- ".:
NOT.Ct OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPEfiTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 73-2
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
ii: Tin UARKIAliK nl'
;> SAVTA.XA. Hualuind
!:,: i'i l.l/. s |VTA N V. M
Tl |t|' Vl'RIZ SANTAX \
:, .... v.'.i'. i i'i. "'
kii'ii \i.ii i:i:ixi:r.i:
A- i 'lerk. li .ii i
i. nl- C ni' '".....la
I!) \ .1 RIVAS
..- i h im ) 'ii
(i "in u il' !
KRKIiKRH K II HI'IKHKIi
:,i| \ W PJtl v
Miami Kim la
rlVim.
, i.
i'
Ida
VliK HKHKIIY iol'll'IKIl nltl ''
In--"lllli..'. ol
riled at i'ou i '
,: .. i|U red l" -" vc a '
.. I '.- II '" '
. |!|..KT : C VRRIC VRTK

701,1 s w ill hi A' "' "
. I. ; nnd flli Ih
>N THE CihCL'IT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL 'URISOICTION
DIV
No v: ?1?7S
NOTICE BY PURLiCATION
I,, lie Tl Mm IllB' I 'I
,. ,.',, \ a : .1 K. ii .i
UAKA V M.I K.
' Tl i SARA VAI.I K
i'
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l.KSI Kll I.."..:..-- .....
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HATFI' I
|.,,.|l vf > p ism xi-.i'i:
( p.tiltlOA ii ''- ': ,1" """ '; i n.h.i, .Mn.nn ii-.i. ii. l-i..i'.ii. j. ,.i rili Ihi
Hlaleah S3..HI imend- re ,. ,,.,..,.. ; i \h
..... \ lie) for Pelltiolo- i-iiuil < .....kelllbel
i Dale C'.'.i,'; la.
*>> ^\\r. ,M NOTICE OF ACTION
NOTICE OF ACTK,N "N^0^V".
ID II .' KO>
I ', il > '

.: il day ..I Xovembi
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PP.OPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 73.21.969
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MAHRIAC-E
l\ |[R. thi: m \RRI m:k op:
khhixai im in:i:NAM'i'./.
Husband,
.mil
i:i:t\ HKRNANUKZ.
V 1IKRT \ HERNANDEZ
,NO PROPERTY!
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOIC AL Cl Cl IT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
pr>E COUNTY
CIV'L ACTION NO
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVIS'ON
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
l IN RK:
'I'll, in 11 rtnKc ol
K HI.S' I T SMITH, hunhaml,
and
l vcul'KLYX SMITH If'
!',, ki:: S" T, HMITH
,. ,, Industrial Marble ( omimn)
I'
J
i hi: .ii:w is.I IT iRIIHAX
W ITN'I.SS in) linn i .....
,,l Kll ill l-oltl i .il Ml..11 h III! II
;ni- 19 .1.1. : bei i
HUH MHI P IIRIXKKR
As ni k, ii'.'iin i.
I lade mil i. Kloi bin
H) A I. RIVAH
\ i i, mi ) i 'li il.
(I'lrcUlt '"Hi i Sen 11
M IlKRT I. CAP.RICARTK, HSU.
Ml.i,, I A'
.Miami, Kloi iila .1 IS
Attorn, > loi Pel iuoiier
III ;,.
IN 'Hf CIRCUIT CfMJRT^THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN ANP FOR
PADF. COUNTY. FlCR'DA
GENERAL JURISDICTI 5N
DIVIS CN
No 7? "R<"'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I ,.- |.,.: i>lu Mini
! .Mi:s V. MARTIX .III
J Husband
i and
; | ivua M MARTIN,
v,,;". IIXHA M MARTIN
: Moiillm.l ,\v HUL H'"
in l '" '" "
..ill, i'1 -' "
Mil..... '" ''". -
Hill P IIRIXKRR
li. I 'ii. nil Curt
W T V.MINSK I
I'.nuiv Clerk
11/9-16-33 '"
Ie CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
7ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
|PR0BATE NO. 73-6272
:RANK B. DOWLING
'TICE TO CREDITORS
I ,,f
III IlKH CIIIAIHAN.
.....> and All 1'--r.-,,ns llnv- j
|ins or Demaudx Aftalnat Said I
li. rehy notified and renulred
in my claims ami demnnda
.ii in.. \ in.,, uKnlnal ilo- ea-
! i.l >\\ Aim i ii.i. ....
|i .....f D.ide County, Plnr-
lb, 'ii.-uii .ludBes of nndi
i,iI flit, ihe kiime in dunli-
ns provided In Section 7"S
siiiiui. h, in Ulolr offices
'ounl) Courlhouse In P
Idn ii ii | from Hie time of the flral
hereof, or Ihe aami i
H ,ml '"; I.
' .|| I.. "" ed
":...... Richard7'.- II
Clerk. Ciri'Uil l
,;i I' IH'KI AMI
| li |IUI I 1- !;

-,,:.,! s.\v ti-1 Avenue
.Mi.,nn. Klorlda ';'
Vttorne) foi '......." .....
II II, llll I "U
,, illU, H i.iI'M.n. '.so
19911 s.. icenn l nivi
Hallandale, Kloridii im'i
Attoi nc) i"i Petitioner w It
:.t.-,--.:, I
NOTICE UNDER F'CTITIOUS
Votick ;rn.v-.
... e '.'. ,-" '"' ......'"-" "
iiy'.^TcpV
, ii A| I'lll.M ~ .-'Ml V Mi. '.,':
' \',,, -, s i'"Ti AVH C.rtlfl.d
UK I I '
_______
NOTICE UNDER F'CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
vtlTICK is IIERKRY fllVK.N Ihnl
he u.....ralirned. deslrlim to '""'
In huelneas Under the fletltlous name
\\l V s RAfl al -'" N u '"'
inteluh lo ri B's
>:................" &?&$&&& :;"=;=v JWJfifc
H!.> nP.iiVii-.fAlliA.X -'-"' l''r\he cTerk "if *!e Clrcull Clrcull Court of Di......-wo "" ~
)s&52&............?3ASSH2^'i ^asssftsa.
II \ vs &. ciir \i>\\'Klin snari.ei. /.. nn i ,ii. 8chllael nnd Sche;
R'\ Sv*trJx ^ K'"'"' i' Attorney* for Applicant
, ,|. al.i.v HDled ."lli'l oil lie- "" M \|: |. ,; M A N del
for. N.i.mi... S I97S: ohenvlse lirtr- f > AH...... .,..,,.
:, d.fnull "ill I..........I "-', "" ',' JUV|B. Ol Dl III '
Mr il. .'.-lief..lem.......1 in Ih. "" < !"',.'
y am..;
AKCIert I *l '> "f,,,'"lri''lSA.iM VN
i 'mi' I) Klorldn
Hi V .! RIVAS
As I "nil Clerk
I I'I null Court -
Adolf,i u "-- i:- "'i
i.l X.W 12 III V '"
Mb ml. Kl" S5TW
Attorn, :" I'""" ""'' '
1 I L'-.'-''.--"
I
\ .\. mil
l-'i'M imi luatlon ol ''
I u ilny nl Xnvi inb ". I'.'.
SIPNT'A KKROXSUX
i vi inrne) f ! ,i'j Ain-i'A Ruililme
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Friday. November 9, 1973!
Depend on Food Fair's Fine Quality Food!
THE REASONABLE PRICES WILL HELP YOUR BUDGET!
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 15 TIDE'S IN DIRT'S OQ1
TIDE

Laundry Detergent
LIMIT ONE PKG. PLEASE, WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF l7 OR MORE. EXCLUDINo CIGARETTES
TSoTHCJi ^CUSTOMER SERVICE OFf
DISCOUNT COUPONS
T-PT THEM AT FOOD FAIR STORES IN DADE COUNTY
OR HOUWOOD. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY.
?OUPON GOOD TOWARDS ANY DAYTIME OR
EVENING AD^SsioN TO THE All NEW NOVEMBER
- w- m ON 2
ONUS PICIAL! mvu bottles
HEINZ TOMATO
?
KETCHUP

M.NOVI Sf THRU SUN. 1 h -WEEKDAYS iH \ J.JJ
SATURDAY NOON TO 10.30. SUNDAY NOON TO 7 AT THE
DINNER KEY AUDITORIUM_________
H^ 26-OZ.
^-\\ BOTTLE
39
UMIT 2 BTIS.. PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE EXCIUCING CIGARETTES
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
C
LB. .
CHUCK roast 89
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BONELESS A j|||
CROSSRIB roast $14.9
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN FRESH
GROUND CHUCK 12.9
US CHOICE WESTERN TH|CK CUI
US CHOICE WESTERN
London Broil 5HOUlDE"R...........u> I California Roast..........................
$129
FLA. OR SHIPPED GRADE A'
FRYER PARTS
WHOU 1'iASI Aili >'tS
WHOIE KGS
THIGHS DIUMSTiCKS
89
^ FRESH
IB. ,CE
FLA. OR SHIPPED GRADE A
FRYER QTRS
IEG OR BREAST
QUARTERS
59
J FRESH
ICED
IB
TASTERS CHOICE DECAFFEINATED
Freeze Dried Coffee *ift "
MILANI J*.
1890 French Dressing '." 43
SMUCKERS ._
Orange Marmalade !.iff 37
7-OZ
CANS
39'
GREEN GIANT NIBLETS
Whole Kernel Corn
TANGY CRISP
Heinz Genuine Dills 3ff 87c
DAIRY OR GRAVY
Purina Dog Dinners "kg 69c
P.P. BRAND REGULAR ALL FLAVORS
OR RITZ
LOW CAL

12-OZ.
CANS
OSCAR MAYER
All Beef Franks !& $129
ORDENS (MC TEN) |% Qz
Buttermilk Biscuit......2 cans'49
12-OZ
MIDGET SANDWICH SPREAD OR
Kahn's Braunscbweiger oSS 59c
KOSHER STYLE JWfc-
Claussen's Pickle Spears Vaa.rt 89c
DELICIOUS m
Flo-Sun Orange Juice 4
QUART SI
CONTS
P P BRAND COLORED
American Singles 'pkz
WISCONSIN HOLLAND STYLE" BABY
Gouda or Edam Cheese ttt 63c
BORDEN'S NATURAL SLICED
Swiss or Muenster Cheese z 65c
BORDEN'S
Chunk Longhorn Cheese !Stf 79c
FAMILY FAVORITE
Real Cream Topping
6'i-OZ.
CAN
49-
BORDENS-ALL FLAVORS
T7

8-OZ.
CUPS
Itfatdnjid Sated faU*!
SPLIT TOP BREAD
39'
All BAKED GOODS
MADE WITH PURE
VEGETABLE
SHORTENING
S**HetuH$ 7Uua U Sealed
MAHI MAHI STEAKS
20-OZ.
LOAF.
GOLDEN TOP
Dutch Apple Pic aS?;59e
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT
TASTES LIKE
SWORDFISH
NMSMLY SMOKSD
*1
09
LB.
Large Wkfttfish UP
QUANTITIES. NONE SOLD TO DEALERS. NOT RESPONSIBLE FAR
FOOD
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUN. NOV.ll.h
AT All FOOD FAIR STORf S
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSKER MARKET
B|-----? M MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS WITH
I *'""<- I YOUR EVERY PURCHASE FOR THE
*n.t*m; MOST BEAUTIFUL NAME BRAND G t'S' ,,
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
MOST OF OUR PRODUCE IS NOT PREPACKAGED
SO THAT YOU CAN BUY EXACTLY WHAT YOU NEED
SWEET AND TENDER
GOLDEN CORN
GARDEN FRESH
5/10c
JUICY C COc
Florida Grapefruit 0 for 03
ZESTY. FLAVORFUL _-
Garden Fresh Mushrooms Sec. 03
HIGH IN VITAMIN C ^-,
Solid Green Cabbage u 10
California Lemons 10 for 59
JUICY NORTH WESTERN _
Bartlett Pears i. 29e
SAVE 4'FROZEN
EGGO WAFFLES
13-OZ.
PKG.
CHUN KING FROZEN
tHUN KINO FROZEN _
Chicken Dinner y\ 79c
BIRDS EYE FROZEN _
Corn-on-the Cob .fl If
FROZEN
Birds Eye Peas S8? 27e
FROZEN REGULAR _
Hawaiian Punch....................%& 2V
FROZEN .- v
Downyflake French Toasts 49e
S&wice Afifietifen 'Defiti
/
$
AVAILABLE AT STORES HAVING SERVICE COUNTS
All LUNCH MEATS t CHEESE SLICED TO ORDER1
AMERICAN KOSHER
SKINLESS FRANKS
49
LB.
IMPORTED ICELAND __.
Oden's Semi-Soft Cheese 55e
COOKED _,
Lean Corned Beet QUAu,"79e
IMPORTED AUSTRIAN -,
Alps Swiss Cheese ^ 69e
FRESHLY SMOKED 4 7R
Large Whitefish I
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