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The Jewish Floridian
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973
^Jewish Floridian
Combining THl JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEtKLY
Volur
rr.e -.i Number 46
Miami, Florida Friday November 16, 1973
Twc S Israel Accepts Truce As
Sisco 'Clarifies' Clauses
ARMY ON GRIDDLE
By Special Report
1 : in- accepted in principle
ned a formula proposed
cretary of State Henry
A K ssinger to resolve immedi-
M, asefire problems, opening
Ih, ij for broader peace nego-
tial n5 with the Arabs.
1. ., |j and Egyptian generals
: Sunday and signed the truce
agreement, marking the first
time since the Arab-Israeli peace
settlement in 1949 on the island
of Rhodes that both adversaries
met face-lo-face to agree to peace.
THE 1949 accord put an end to
the war launched by the Arab
nations following the 1948 United
Nations partition of Palestine and
establishment of the State of
Israel.
The Sunday agreement ended
the war launched against Israel
by Egypt and Syria on Vom Kip-
pur last Oct. C
Maj. Gen. Aharon Yariv. as-
sistant Israeli chief of staff and
Premier Golda Meir's advisor,
signed for Israel.
MAJ. GEN. Mohammed Abdul
Ghani Gamazy. second-ranking of-
Continued on Page 11 A
'War of Jews'
Will Launch
Blame Probe
BLOCKADE STILL AT ISSUE
Mix Up Still Apparent
In Ceasefire Accord
AMBASSADOR SISCO
quick trip
i
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
JTA Tel Aviv Correspondent
There is no armistice or POW
exchange agreement with Syria,
and Israelis demonstrated outside
the Government Information Of-
fice in Tel Aviv this week to em-
phasize that fact.
They protested the signing of
the agreement with Egypt before
Israeli prisoners in Syrian hands
are returned.
i
A Weapons in Egypt
NEW YORK (JTA) Soviet nuclear weapons are now in
i poised to strike at Tel Aviv or any other Israeli city,
ding to the magazine Aviation Week And Space Technology.
Th. magazine, published by McGraw Hill and considered highly
n .Me, identified the weapons as two brigades of Soviet-made
surface-to-surface missiles equipped with nuclear warheaads
with a range of 180 miles.
It said that U.S. reconnaissance satellites have obtained pho-
i .phs of the warheads near the missile launchers east of
. The article by Cecil Brownlow, executive director of the
magazine, appearing in its Nov. 5 edition, says the missiles were
shaped to Egypt from a Russian Black Sea port last Sept. 12,
nearly a month before the Yom Kippur War broke out.
IT RECALLED that Egyptian President Anwar Sadat had
other demonstrators de-
manded the continued encircle-
ment of the Egyptian Third
Army as long as the Bab el .Man-
deb blockade is not lifted. In
Haifa, Mordechai Kashti manag-
ing director of Zim, the national
shipping line, said that 12 of
the company's vessels are still
bottled up at Eilat because of
the blockade.
Contrary' to unofficial reports
that circulated here, the agree-
ment does not mention lifting
the blockade of the straits of Bab
el Mandeb by Egvpt. This and
other omissions and ambiguities
were cause for serious second
thoughts by Israel after it an-
Continued on Page 6-A
Spectre of Bah el Mandeb
.. .Page ISA
Bv YITZHAK SHARGIL
And DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) ? rato investigations of the Vom
Kippur War by the government
and the army appeared imminent
hero. Acting Premier Yisal Allon
announced following a Cabinet
meeting that Premier Gokla Meir
intends to raise the question of
an in\estigat,on at Cabinet level
at : She has in fact already done so
following her return from London
where she attended a meeting of
the Socialist International Execu-
tive.
At the same time, Mrs. Meir
told the Knesset that Israel would
never return to the Oct. 22 cease-
fire lines, "since no one knows
where they are."
She also said Israel would with-
draw from Egypt only if Egypt
withdrew from the Sinai.
IT WAS announced at the same
time that the army is embark-
Continued on Page 8-A
S
U.S., Egypt Resume
Diplomatic Relations
RABBI tiSENDRATH
lost words for Nixon
REFORM LEADER
Eisendrath
I Dies At
Convention
Continued on Page 6-A
.
,i
NEW WEAPONS MEAN NEW TACTICS
Military Reassessments In
Wake of a Bitter Lesson
By YORAM HAMIZRACHI
London Chronicle Syndicate
There will have to be some
military rethinking, not only in
the Middle East, as the result of
the latest Arab-Israel war.
The initial surprise was pro-
vided, unexpectedly, by the Arab
armies. Their massive onslaught
demonstrated that the Russian
attack concepts of the 1940s and
the Chinese tactics of the '50s
have by no means been invali-
dated by the development of
highlv sophisticated weaponry.
ONE LESSON arrears to be
that when a military command
determines on the awesome ap-
proach of readiness to sacrifice
thousands of their soldiers' lives,
then some balance can be struck
with their opponent's superior
and intelligently handled weap-
ons. .
This is what happened in Sinai
where tens of thousands of Egyp-
tian soldiers, under efficient ar-
tillery cover and using hand-car-
Continued on Page 2-A
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
JTA Washington Bureau Chief
The United States and Egypt
resumed formal displomatic re-
lations and agreed to the im-
mediate exchange of ambassa-
dors. The announcement was
made in Cairo first and later by
the White House on Nov. 7.
Secretary of State Henry A.
Kissinger was on Nov. 7 in Cairo
conferring with Egyptian Presi-
dent Anwar Sadat. The U.S. Am-
bassador-designate to Cairo is
Herman F. Eilts, a 51-year-old
career diplomat who was former-
ly ambassador to Saudi Arabia.
THE EGYPTIAN Ambassador
to Washington is Dr. Ashraf Gor-
bal, President Sadat's press ad-
visor who until last spring headed
the Egyptian interests section
at the Indian Embassy in Wash-
ington.
The announcement ended a six-
year rupture in U.S. Egyptian
diplomatic relations which began
when the late President Gamal
Abdel Nasser serevered ties with
the U.S. after the 1967 Six-Day
War and made charges, later
retracted, that the U.S. Air Force
had participated with Israel in
the war against Egypt.
Despite the absence of formal
relations. Egypt continued to be
represented in Washington by a
mission operating out of the
Indian Embassy while a U.S. Mis-
sion operated similarly out of the
Spanish Embassy in Cairo.
The missions of both nations
were equivalent in size to normal
Embassy staffs. U.S. Secretary
of State William P. Rogers visited
Cairo two years ago despite the
absence of formal ties.
THE RESUMPTION of diplo-
matic relations between the U.S.
Continued on Page 3-A
NEW YORK (JTA) Only
a few hours before he was sched-
uled to address the centennial-
biennial convention of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, Rabbi Maurice N. Eisen-
drath, who led the organization
of Reform Judaism in the United
States for 30 years, died last Fri-
day of a heart attack in his ho-
tel room.
Rabbi Eisendrath. who was
executive director of the UAHC
from 1943 to 1950. and president
since then, was 71 years old
More than 2,500 mourners at-
tended the funeral service Sun-
day in Central Synagogue.
RABBI ROLAND B. Gittelsohn,
of Temple Israel, Boston, a close
friend of Rabbi Eisendrath and
former president of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis,
delivered the eulogy. The serv-
ice was conducted by Rabbi B. T.
Rubinstein, of Westport. Conn
Burial was Monday in the Holy
Blossom Temple cemetery in To-
ronto. Rabbi Eisendrath served
as the temple's spiritual leader
Continued on Page 15-A
Golda Fields Press Queries in London
LONDON (JTA) Unlike
the other prime ministers here
for the meeting of the Socialist
International, Mrs. Meir held her
own press conference early Mon-
day morning.
Her charisma is such that she
attracted a ballroom-full of me-
dia men and women in her hotel.
THE PRIME Minister was at
the top of her form, looking sur-
prisingly well after her preoccu-
pation of the last few weeks.
Dressed in a well tailored,
smoke-grey dress and jacket, with
a string of beads round her neck,
.'he gave a dazzling performance
fer a full hour, answering innum-
erable questions under glaring
television lights.
At the end, the hard-headed
media people broke into applause.
Mrs. Meir made the following
points:
"I appreciate Mr. Heath's
(Prime Minister of England) in-
vitation. I am sure that our meet-
ing will be frank and friendly I
would not comment on his Mid-
dle East policy on British soil."
On the meeting of the Socialist
International: "This was a frank
discussion between friends. I am
happier than I was before it had
taken place. I did not come to
Continued on Page 9-A


Page 2 A
+Jt**ist> fhrktlan
Friday, November 16 j
Military Reassessment in Offing
Continued from Page l-A
ried anti-armor weapons suc-
ceeded m overruning the pur-
portedly impregnable Bar-Lev
Line.
The Egyptian Army relied
heavily on helicopter-borne com
i ando units to attack the rear ol
l.raeli positions in Sinai How-
ever, they -- and their Soviet
nentors appear n(.t to have
learned the lesson of the Viet
11:1111 War, thai the helicopter is
hi efficient weapon only if it fol
lows massive bombardment from
he air.
Thus the commando units.
[M'idc ol t!u' Egyptian Army ami
pi r.sonally nurtured by the chie'
11 stall, lien. Slui/li. failed to
*.hrow Israels second line of d<-
fensPs off balance and at very
ie.i\y coat to llH-msefvev
lu general, the Egyptians 1 P
,),jr to have suffered primarily
Him poor Ktl'atagic 00flMIMfld as
le fighting developed. They
tailed to concentrate their at
-.1 k- on specific areas of pene
ration. preferring the more con
-cnative "textbook" maneuver ol
1 grouping ni depth along a line
>n the east side of the canal li"-
folT initiating a ivh phase ol
attack,
H this ;,.. the Israel d
:, nne 1 "-... had themselves re-
rouped For effective defensive
iction.
Israel's Air Force generally
, 1 '< d .1 111" pathfinder in of
1 action, found itself cail
unusual rol of providing
:, II, .' M 1 sup; (,11 for ground ac
tion l>v the :i.in ired forces.
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Israel's preordination with ar-
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prises, Here, too. Israel's front-
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farm settlements," never lived up
to expectations.
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of the civilian settlements on !h.'
(inlan Heights appear unviablo
within the eonl *xt of the theory
of "defensible birders." Fields
i own V- iiii vv heal or cotton are
difficult lo sow with mines or
oilier anti tank obrtacles.
THIS ON the Golan Heights,
there was insufficient defense in
depth and the Syrian strike
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defenses, were abl? to proceed
with safety through cultivated
lands.
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line. Inte id ol usin .1 bunched
fist, thru acti hi resembled a
broad-handnd dap Israel's counl
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r peal : hat mil ike and conci n
Hated it- principle drive on thi
Kuneil ra I' na-icus highway.
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it i, only too dear that the >
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strategic concepts. In this war,Ij
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Page 3-A
U.S., Egypt Resume Diplomacy
Continued from Page 1-A
and Egypt had been expected for
some time. But its timing."Coming
in tlie midst ot crucial negotia-
tions by Kissinger and Arab lead-
ers on ceasefire problems and
future peace negotiations in the
Middle East gave strong indica-
tions that Egypt may have re-
ceived quid pro quo tiom the
U.S.
''' The nature of^.'.S. concessions,
if any. are unknown. Kissinger
met with newsmen in Cairo after
three hours of talks with Sadat.
and with Saciat at his side, said
"We are moving forward toward
i i Sadat repeated Kissing-
er's words and said. "I agree
with him."'
It was not immediately clear
whether their agreement was
predicated on the resumption of
diplomatic relations or on some
advances made toward a settle-
menl of ceasefire issues. Eilts.
like Kissinger, was born in Ger-
many and became a naturalized
L.:s. citizen in 19;)0.
He is a member ol the ^roup
ot American foreign service pro-
fessionals known as "Arabists"
because oi their long association
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Our \\ ar Just B : h ing
I the natioi w >rld
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ottle,
On 1 would
10,1 IQ American almost three times ns many
Dul half the nun'
fell during World Wat
.ot include the estimated 1,800 c
ing Israeli hospitals, or prisoners oi war w
e yet to be repatriated according to the conditions of
igned by Israel and Egypt en Sunday,
One does not know exactly what the physical and
emotional status of these men is how many of them will
their ordeai. How many of them may already have
rimbsd.
Add to this the estimated S7 billion cost sustained
during the lb days of open warfare (an unofficial figure
reported in the New York Times', and the talk of truce can
never spoil the end of the emergency so far as Jews here
and throughout the world are concerned.
GIVE TO ROOT OUT OUR GREED
For Israel, hopefully the war is over, although she will
be bearing its expenses for decades to come.
But for us, the war is not over. It has just beoun.
Whatever we have qiven in terms o< funds in the
we must double and redouble our efforts durina the
and months ahead. We must give--give until we
feel the giving penonally.
Our giving can never match the Israeli sacrifice. But
we must, in this instance, know what waging a war can
be a war against our comfort. And sometimes even
against our greed.
We must wage the war to participate in the Israeli
sacrifice so that finally v/e come to understand what plac-
ing cur ideals above the value of the things we own really
means.
Think of Sadat. Think of King Saud. Think of the
Ba'aih leaders of Syria. Think of their thoughts about Is-
rael. Balance this against what you have given.
And then give again. And again. And again afier th it.
It will never hurt as much as the Israeli mother or the Is
raeli widow feels hurt who has just buried her beloved
because of the thoughts of Sadat and Saud and the Ba'ath
leaders who brought war to the Jewish homeland on Yom
Kippur.
Dr. Eisciiflrutli Passes
The death of Dr. Maurice Eisendrath will be felt no!
just by Reform Jews, whose spiritual leader he was, but
by the entire American Jewish community and, indeed,
America itself.
Dr. Eisendrath was an eloguent spokesman for social
justice, a symbol of the unity between religion and the
society in which it is practiced.
There will be those who are critical of his final words
to the Union of American Hebrew Congregations at its
100th anniversary convention in New York City that Presi-
dent Nixon should resign.
Dr. Eisendrath spoke in those words out of the essen-
tial despair Americans feel about corruption in the high
halls of government.
At the same time, American Jews can not forget the
positive way in which the President responded to the
State of Israel in its hour of most critical need.
Does it mean Dr. Eisendrath sets his love of America
above his love of Israel? This is a weasel-worded guestion
whose purpose it is to bludgeon men whose vision of hu-
manity transcends the boundary lines of nationhood.
At the moment of his death, Dr. Eisendrath ignored
those who would bludgeon that way. No one could gues-
tion his identification with Israel. Nor with America, his
country.
He spoke as he saw things. This was the strength of
his leadership.
the extent that we protect them
and visit theii I traps wii
they rob Americans blmtj
sillj Americana who 1
and 1,..
iiion price
1 ill; infei
, 1 sn*1 tell thi
beti : .
1 acce; tin .
the Etu
betu;
. '
A I nt of /
.!.'
I
f this!
1 met rii '
u

tf&
trie amo
"FOREIGN
t | .
I ion wort
u is up to I ist '- I
noui
1 1
1 -
In addit
I his of U.S. ;
ilready preparing for
: pt in 1 '.
1 i, ling 00.000 tons of
flour.
I statisti
. Syria, jusl bi foi
Yom Kippur war, had consul
50.000 tons oi our ivhi at, l
helped itself to 100.000 tons.
Forget wheat. U.S. rice 1
marked for export 10 the
countries in 1974 is ex]
rise to 180.000 ton:, or twici
amount the Arabs purchased
us in 1072.
DOES IT ever strike us to
tu others what they would do '
Continued on Page 12-A
COMMENT
\]\ LIFE spans two world wars,
one major depression and sev-
eral ol smaller dimension, Pn
dent Nixon look a hook to re-
count his various crises and peo-
ple of mj age would need no less
space t 1 de eribe those we have
lived thru;.
THE ENERGY crisis is only
another, l have tried traini
1 have been by my past 1 be
a good citizen. I drive now to work
virtually every day with three
other colleagues who live nearby,
the windows open, keeping the
speed al 50 miles an hour or be-
low despite some discomfort in
mid afternoon. My home is a
breezy nest, lights on only in
necessarilj occupied rooms. The
television set remains dark and
sii' in most of thr time since it
is no longer even worthwhile to
see a good commercialthey, too,
are a.s had as the shows they sur-
round.
It is disturbing for one who
up with this Jewish Puritan
view io be passed up by speeding
cars on the highways, their lone
occupants insulated from the
world of scarcity by closed win-
dows anil purring air-condition-
ers. During thesi bri k well,
they are that for someone who
has lived lure now for over 16
years early 11101 nings and
nights, I walk the neighborhood,
a good middle-class one where in
many homes the lights burn
brightly in every room, the win-
dow., are shut tightly and the
compressors work steadily away.
GRANTING the fact of Nixon's
lack of credibility, what Amer-
ican can still be unaware that the
energy crisis is for real, that it
has little to do with war or peace
between the Israelis and the
Arabs, and will be with us for a
long time to come?
Of ( ourse wi havi bi en lied to
and I by oui il and
ade 50 much thai it
1 crisis, and
1 n a 1 setting myself
on .. loriificd austei pi '-ran;.
1 all. one read ., ic busi
nc-ss that R
Dutch Sheil.-Oir, pi ifits for the
third (luaiter.W.r; $413.7 million
ip 274 I .pet cent fri m last
year's p.-ofits-during the same
period! Gulf oil*s net in the quar-
ts r we e up :. mode: 1 91 per cent
and Exxon 80 per cent.
IN A -in pYise ending to an
editorial recently, the Miami
Herald suggested that the v. -
oil situation might be a "giga
fraud." But in a more recenl
editorial, in which it :
greed ami "resistance" bj the oil
companies, the Herald look the
typical cop-oui by warning
a in [overnmenl ownership as
a cure to these evils much in the
same way that it staled a dozen
strong reasons for opposing Rich-
ard Nixon and then endorsed him
in lly<2.
1 referred to the so called Arab
"blackmail" of Wi si .rn Bui
because of Israel in a pre
il ti -13 n 11 that
this ,- thi leasl 0 >ns
for the hold ba
but two of the I- rsian Gulf pio-
ducew 'Iran and | iq ,1 \<)T
even need the additional cash
flow from increa ed sales and
are stuffed to th< ears with cas.li
they can't use: what a dilen
lor those wonderful Sheiks
now eouit.
SINCE OUR governmen,_and
uu ,,hc rcst of the wold but
Holland, as I write this-isreadv
to submit t this blackmail in-
definitely, we must look to our-
selves for some solution
The statistics from ,he 1970
we
6v FMAKI) (Olii'N
census give us some dui s:
average number of radios
home vent from three in 1P60 to
in 1970: air condition)
homes r ise from 12.4 per cent 11
37.2 per cent: people riding '
work in automobiles 'were 77 pi
tent of the total as against sopv
11 per cent who used btis. si
car. suoway, elevated train
railroad.
WE ARE only slightly moi
affluent, in real dollars, than wi
were ;i decade ago. What I.
I, obviously, was an ln>
(leased appetite for mat
- iods, and again the Census B 1
reau studies bear this out. s 1
smile of ibis was shared with pi
folk, it seems somewhat era
ask them 10 give up riding I
one ear while so many Ol US a
n ing two and three each day
to stop using i.'.i ir television si -
v 1 ile lli; ( c or four are tume I
on in many homes.
Over-kill in our American use
of energy is a problem which we
alone can solve. It need not
feet our industry, our capaci
pi aduci or our ability to be
novative. it does need effective
p h it is not tied to
'"' 'onset mable profit-makers
oil, steel and othersi
I WANT to know that my per-
sonal au terity program! my pos;
sible discomfort, Is not going to
make more profits for the Arab
Sheik- and their major -partners
in exploitation: BP. Shell, Exxon,
Chevron. Texaco. Gulf-and Mo-:
bil.
The little credibility that'the
Nixon administration has left
will be tested by the way it an-
swers. I know by .past "perform-
ance what it will be, but. I can-
not resist expressing _wbat may ;
be the final hope.for the system
to endure. !
.


Friday, November 16, 1973
*'Aw 1st) Mt.rMfar
Paae 5-A
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Urgent Plea Voiced lor Schoenau Castle
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I.;l no ono think that the Im-
plications ol tlie closing of Schoe-
are dyne with. Tu remind your
I ers of this inhuman occurrence,
I am enclosing a copy of a letter
I have just written to Chancellor
Bruno Kreisky of Austria in Vicna-
na:
It was with great dismay that
ve heard the news that you had
decided to acquiesce in deed, as i
well as word, to the Arab gangsters
and blackmailers.
THE FACT that you will still
allow Austria to be used as a
transit point (although you have
all peoples, including the 18 Arab
States outside Pan stint," the 40
million Moslems in Russia and
Jews therein.
But Christian-missionaries in the
name of "religion" have beer x-
ploiting these Arabs, converting
wieni to teligions other than their
awn, an.! denying them the Justice
they seek.
Motive, is behind every crime.
The Arab.> are aware of and
object to their exploitation by com-
I ting oil-companies, their domi-
nation and exploitation by compet-
ing super-powers, tlw exploitation
oi their other physical-resources,
t>ut do not question ihe motives Oi
the Christian missionaries who
have been exploiting their spirit-
ual resources, and robbing them
Ol their Holy Koran and beliefs in
Islam. Halt the Arabs in Lebanon
are now Christian.
Every Christian denomination has
thousands of missionaries compet-
ing in the Mideast lor their eon
version, except little Israel that
lias none and thai has neve: sought
to mis.-ionize the Arabs or any
other faiths.
THE REAL culprits have suc-
ceeded in deceiving Ihe Arabs by
using the teachings of their own
Arab philospher Algazali, "the
enemy of mine enemy is my
friend." So the exploiting mis-
-ior.ane-. oil companies, R
and other anti-Semites use Israi
and the Jews as their convenient
scapegoat to make Arabs believe
the) have a common enemy, an.;
should therefore be friends,
How can there be "justice fo
the Arabs" as long as their fate
i- determined and dominated by
\, loiting missionaries, whose mo-
tive and concern is their own per-
sonal aggrandizement? Perhaps
the Mideast needs a new "Ara I
awakening."
SOL A. DANN
San Diego, Talif.
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OUR
READERS
WRITE
"1 Tl V Is Be- Brief
[Ea ;.. rti ied the stay-over lime bi
n Jev s) does not removi
.- .:., of ca| itulation to
mu d rers.
havi under-
: ad you 1 youi pl<
kidiM
our sense of
......of i on m ii -
a; -station in the raiho
n | ie Ai
ol I.It.I'
iis purious. For on.'
are
honoi an It efoi no
I; | Btruck with
them, Bui rtant.
HIS is a double load thai ol
sir.- in* himself I i beat back the
jungle' and stiil have enough re-
serves to progress. Concretely put:
Do not close Schonau Castle, but
put more guards on to defend it
and protect it and also provide for
the protection of the immigrants
at the moment of entry into Aus-
trian territory.
"The issues are important. Per-
haps the moral decisions and their
implementation by you are espe-
cially important in a country like
yours considering in recent past."
GEORGE E. GOLDRING
Miami Beach
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Every humanitarian is concern-
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IvnWtfhricltor
Friday, November 16, 1973
Mix-Vps in Ceasefire Accord
Continued from Page 1-A
nnunccd llut it accepted Kissin
ucr's formula jn principle. Dis-
crepancies between Israel's and
Egypt's interpretation of the six
points were raised by Premier
Meir at a meeting with U.S. Am-
bassador Kenneth Keating, after
Which Mrs. Meir decided to post
pone Israel's final approval until
Kissinger could provide the de-
Mied clarifications.
Specifically, Israel s interprc
i iiion of the agreement was that
the row exchange must be si
multaneous with implementation
ot the ceasefire agreement and
that the lifting of the Bab el
Mandeb blockade was implicit in
the agreement. Mrs. Meir stressed
thai Israel views the asjivenuMil
to be valid "on the sea. in the air
'.inn on und."
ISRAEL ALSO insisted that
while checkpoints will be set up
on the Cairo-Suez road, the sec-
tion of the road in Israeli hand-
will continue to remain undei
full Israeli mHit.it y control. The
supply route to the Third Army
and the town of Suez is not to be
an opening for the establishment
of an Egyptian corridor to the
Third Army. Israel also demand-
ed assurances of thorough and
effective inspection of all sup-
plies moving over the route lo
ascertain their non-military na
tore.
Keating communicated Israel's
points to Kissin^jr who was in
Peking over the weekend. The
Israeli Cabinet, which met in spe-
cial session Friday, adjourned
with th" announcement that Is-
rael's acceptance of the si.\ points
"in principle" stood ''pending
further clarification."
The clarification arrived Mon-
day and after further consultation
Soviet A-Weapons
Poised at Israel
Continued from Page 1-A
publicly threatened to use long range missiles against Israel dur-
iii-; thi' icceiit fighting but did not mention that they were
armed with nuclear warhead.- The article -aid it was significant
that no attempt was made '>> the Russians who man the Scuds
to camouflage them, indicating ilut they wanted their presence
known to the Israelis as a I issu to accept Aral) peace
terms.
According in Brownlov, Ihi ploymcni of So- i< f nuclear
weapons in the Middle Ea I i- "si -ious squeeze" by
Moscow avainsl U.S. Interests world which will take
shape within the next 60 t 90 d -
Qi'Hi'.R ASPECTS n( the squc zo, he said, were the position-
ing of heavy artillery in the Cuban Sierra Vfaestra Mountains
aimed at the U.S. Naval Ba Bay, and a heavj
Ninth Vietnam tank build up in South Vietnam.
In London, Brownlov a! I v ith BB Sound
Radio, broadcast last iveei < American intelligence
reports confirm b yon I at ... lei
i. i--il" bri tad*) have I he r lad to
Cairo, The missiles, which with conventional
warheads, are under Sovii I. n< i ind he said
Queried by the intervi ; reconnaissance i-
capable ol establishing wheth i ",:- ih ure conventional or
nuclear, arid that the pi senei I pt has been
confirm) d by such means.
IT is believed, he added ul I not be allowe l
control over this force, wh unlj ol Russian '"cli-
nicians. Th > were stationed .' hi -t ited both as a warn
in-1 to Isra< 1 iiikI i jure on hi r i
;,,....!,- (0 Egyptian d the tra > Egyptian Third
Army.
In answer to a ''' q I I tated thai israi I. too,
i- now i'i possfMfui u.ii n th form of nuclear
warheads for its "J ri lio' r if the 1
missile is 290 miles.
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with her ministers, Premier Meiri
authorized Gen. Variv to sign,
the agreement She announced i
her decision" af Lod Airport be j
fore taking off for London to
attend a meeting of the Socialist
International Executive.
THE DESIGNATION of Gen.
Yariv t sign the armistice docu-
ment for Israel, placed the 33
year-old former army intelligence
chief at the focus of attention and
was a clear indication that his
star is rising.
lie has been one "I Mrs. Meir's
closest advisors this past year:
he accompanied her on her recent
visit to Washington and purtici-
- i..(| i'i her talks with President
Nixon and Kissinger.
Gen. Yariv made a brief state-
menl after the signing: "If there
are any doubts, if there is in our
hearts some anxiety as to the
fir.t step we have made today
in signing the accord, let us say
it clearly that the Israeli defense
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so to defend our cause on this
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Friday, November 16, 1973
* kh#it thai II yi
Page 7-A

Eban Speaks to CJF Assembly;
Miami Federation Wins A wants
By Special Keport
\K\\ ORLEANSThe crisis in
the Middle East. Its implications
for North American Jewish com-
munities and their response, were
assessed and shaped by more than
2500 Jewish communal leaders
rum the United States and Canada
i the 42nd General Assembly of
;he Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Fund here Nov. 8 to
:i. .
Abba Eban and Simcha Dinitz.
Israel's Foreign Minister and Am-
lassador to the United States,
were among the Israeli leaders
giving the assembled delegates
the largest number ever to attend
General Assemblyfirst hand
eports on developments in the
Middle East, and on th;> mounting
an need* of Israel's people.
SPEAKING at the opening plen-
ary session; Dinitz covered "The
Military and Political Situation in
Middle East." This session,
chaired by CJF President Ray-
nond Epstein, also featured Max
V Fisher, chairman of the Board
Govei imrs ol the Jewish Agl ticy
fTumei piesident of the CJF.
a review ol the role of the
'United Stati in the Middle Fast.
Eban spoke to the Assembly
'' legates at the Saturdaj evening
net. Addressing himself to
; ael: The < banged Perspective,"
uri ign Minister related what
';..- transpired in the Middle Easl
the world's reaction to il
thi recenl outb 'eak ol ho til-
i and report on the outlook for
peace in thai t oubled area.
The signing of the six point
a dialogue between Israel and
the Arab states and presents a
' iair prospect" that negotiations
may begin before the end of the
ear. This assessment was offered
lere by Abba Eban in his address
before the 3.000 Jewish communal
1 leaders.
The envoy extolled the Amer
can government for its military.
Conomic and diplomatic aid and
\ upporl to Israel during the war
| ind for its "courage and steadfast
ction b\ withstanding a dark,
1 iuthonti< threat by the Soviet
j Jnion." Eban underscored this last
mint by stating that the Soviet
I hreal to Israel "was genuine."
THE FRIENDSHIP between the
i'.S. and Israel withstood the high-
1 jst test, he observed. "Nobody
i lutside the Jewish people has ever
rovlded such a profusion of wel-
fare." Hut. Eban Stated. Israel
' promises no docility in that n la-
ionship" and friendship docs not
man that :lu: cannoi be dis-
igreemenl "
The Israel r j j iomat excoriated
.he European -countru.-. who ca-
pitulated to the Arab oil threat
ind reserved I .- ei tesl scorn
ind derision (or these countries.
'The question for, Europe is
t hethei hat in i i endered their
colonization of the oil sheikhdoms,
"e now willing in become colon
zed by then:.' The real question
iii s nations should be asking is
aot m hat Isi ael indepi ndence
means to them, bul what their
mil Independi ici means."
But Eban was also unsparing
n hia appraisal ol why Israel was
aught by surp e on <' <>' He
declared bluntly that i-iv I's i ip
.eadership "cannoi r noune< set u
iny ot what was clearly a defi-
iency in our defense system.
With the end of the war there
must be a quiet, profound and hu-
man inquhy by an independent
ommittec as to what went wrong
on the opening da> of the war "
Throughout the Asm mbiy, who i
proceedings have been geared
ilrongly to the theme of "frill
ind Response," the representa-
tives from communities through
out the United Stales and Canada
were concerned with two primao
areas: meeting the human welfare
needs of Israel's people, parti-
cularly in this period ol crisis: and
building on recent emergene)
campaign accomplishments while
meeting new challenges at home.
ocally and nationally.
HEADING THE list of award
winners to public relations pro-
grams was the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation in the category of
Large City, Intermediate City and
Small City.
Miami's Federation received six
presentations in the total of 40
made nationally in such categories
is Best Set of Year-Round Mate-
rials. Best Print Advertising. Best
Thematic Continuity, and Best TV
Announcements.
Presi ntations were made by
Nat Kameny, ol Bergen County,
N -i chairman of the Award I i
in the annual CJF Public
Relations I 'ompet ition,
The 1973 William J, Shroder
\ward, the highest service honor
bi towed bv the Council of Jew-
ish Federations and Wellare
Funds, was been won by the Fcd-
ration of Jewish Agencies of
Sn ate: Philadelphia, the Jewish
Historical Society of u estei n < !a-
nada and the Winnipeg Jewish
unity Council with Honor
ab Mention to the Jewish Public
Affairs Committee ol California,
Presentation of the prestigious
Awards were made immediately
reding the address by Eban.
Miami's new mayor, Maurice A. Ferre, 38. (right) was sworn
in Nov. 8 ior a two-year term by Houston Southern, city
clerk, Ferre, an industrialist, teppsd six other candidates
without a runoff in the race to succeed David T. Kennedy.
United Fund Seeking
Victory Figure Here
More than 1.000 United Fund
volunteers w n to Rather al the
Everglades Room of the Et r
glades Hotel al p.m Thursday,
io celebrate a victoi ious 1973 can
laign. \s ycl there w en no clear
indications thai the volunteer*
would be rewarded with a total
that will meel or n < d Ihe 197;
ial ol 87.833,000
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i d. campaigm r.s wci e si h ing foi
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:ias led the countr> in the ai
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1973 GENERAL campaign chair
man Jim Brown, vice president ol
Soul hern Hell, was to announce
the grand total following a u iqi
ID minute documentary I Im pi
'ii.nl iii cooperation :iii VVPB1
i V, Cb. -. which tells Ihi stoij
yeai's campai
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by Paula Wayne well k. nw
.';,.,(-,,! con i dy star and vocalis
-,,. has : ared in num
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i-ama l '' '',! :I ,;' ~; v
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ii nation- for the Vii D
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Jfewi*#> ttcridian
Friday, November 16, 1373
Urgent Inquiry Stage for 'War of Jews'
. ...u;h moi Frid.lV in 1
Continued from Page 1-A
ing on an "inquiry" of its own
under the authority vested in the
Chief of staff Gen. David Elazar,
the chief of staff, told the Cabinet
ministers that such an inquiry
was accepted practice after a war.
Tie said it would cover war
preparations, the preparedness of
the army, the battles and strat-
egies employed. Attorney General
Meir Shamgar has ruled thai an
armv inquiry was legal within
Israeli law and that it would not
prejudice any Inquiry which the
: mi nt may decide to initi-
ate.
Ine inquiries, it is hoped h .
will cool off the increasingly bit-
ter public debate over who was
to blame for Israel bemg caught
surprise when Egypt and
Syria attacked on Yom Kippur
Ocl o'i and why the Israeli
ed forces, eustainii !
. iest loss< in men a
. were unable t > achii
ive i rj ovi
The quat rel has r< ad)
i ,i "the w ir of the n
there is a growing i
thai the i iquiries must be
. thout I laj and i >m
.; | : o ibl'. b 'fore the D
. : national elections of the dlvi-
.. d 'bate i to be muled
SUGGESTION'S HAVE
Lh<
inquil
lirman. i
nil i
isi ting nl
partisan |
other proposals are expected to
be discussed by the Cabinet as
soon as Mrs. Meir returns.
Meanwhile, a new an^ry con
troversy lias arisen over private
interviews given by Israeli gen-
erals In recent davg to local and
foreign news media. Shamgar is
Investigating an interview with
Gen Ariel lArik) Sharon, pub-
lished Fridaj in the New York
Times under a Rome dateline, in
which Sharon charged that his
superior officers had fail id to ex-
ploit in time his thrust across
the Suez Canal at the end of the
first week of the Yom Kippur
War.
Gen. Sharon, who is the found ir
and a I? ider of the Likud opp i
sition, charged bluntly that
restated to reinforce
his salient on the west bank of
the Suez Canal until it was I i
late to achieve a decisive rout
0j (h, -. : tian armv.
COMPLAINTS OVER the Shar-
if4 rvi v i re r lised in
I ii alth Mini ter VI
lor SI an I Minister ol T i
i-ni xi she Kill.
D, fense Minister Moshe Da
gaMj i ir had raised
matter with him as so i
. peared ind that he
had int Tided El izar to refi r
Vttorne! General S
.,-.,. s pi .sent at the
id ; i .....ill
n but di I
Cihinef liscuss on
h ffi
. writ-
ten articles since their release
from active duty was also raised.
Among them was Lt. Gen. Haim
Barlvv. fo :ier chief of staff and
presently Minister of Commerce
and Industry, who wrote an arti-
cle vindicating his defense strat-
egy which appeared in the news-
paper Maarii four days after he
was demobilize I.
THERE HAVE been rumblings
, nations over the Oct.
k ii..... the cease-
ended n ijor fighting. De-
i "purge" of those al-
nsible for Israeli
. 5 re heard in some,
I as the cease-
..-. and a renewal of
war ap] likely, criticism of:
It and army was re
, the signing of the
,,ii! armistice agreement
-.. th ise restra nts are
landoned.
Eli .- is are only a month and
... and parti an emo-
,. ing up. One ta
Day; limself, the charismatic
I 167 Six Day War.
thii the Labor Party,
pri stig has declined
war. During the first
Df tli war he offered his
res ioi to Premier Meir but
to accept it. The
.. lections c immittee.
which met Friday in Tel Aviv
with Finance Minister Pinchas
Sapir, called for a thorough in-
vestigation of the war on both.
military and political levels. Al-
though Dayan's name was not
mentioned some Labor Party cir-
cle-, reported that the demand
for an investigation before the
elections stemmed from a beliet
that Dayan can no longer con-
tribute to the party's strength
and should resign before the
balloting.
Dayan himself is said to favor
an inquiry by a judicial commit-
tee, the findings of which, if ac-
cepted, could not be appealed.
Addressing a meeting of local
party branches. Dayan blamed
the Soviet threat of intervention
for Israel's failure to win a de-
cisive victory. In addition, he said,
the war was the most difficult in
Israel's history because of the so-
phisticated equipment in the en-
emy's hands. "Whoever thinks
that our planes were downed be-
cause of mistakes by General
Headquarter^ and not by missiles
is utterly mistaken." he said
Dayan also hinted that he would
be prepared to resign. "The prob-
lem is not the change of players.
But if they are to be changed, 1
am also to be replaced," he said.
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Rabbi Sholoni Blank Named As
Director of 1st Chabad House
Abraham K irf, South-
Ri lonal Director of the
Merkos L'lnyonei Chinuch, educa-
tional arm of the l.ubavitther
Movement, has announced the ap-
pointment of Rabbi Sholum Blank
i,s director of the first Chabad
House in the State of Florida.
The Chabad House serves as an
upon house for Jewish students of
college and high school age, giv-
ing them the warmth and hospital-
ity of a Chassidic atmosphere to
jnluse them with an inspired To-
rah-true Jewish lifestyle.
The Chabad House program,
which is sponsored by Merkos all
over the world, has been success-
ful in rescuing many Jewish youths
from the abuse of drugs and
brought them back to lead useful
lives and take their place in the
Jewish community.
In addition to running the Cha-
lad House, Rabbi Blank will as-
. ; Rabbi Korf in all other Merkos
tivities, with special emphasis
di the college and high -chool
campuses. Rabbi Blank will al o
j ving accredit! d c iurses on
Israel and on Chassidic Literal
Miami Beach Senior High
School.
Rabbi Blank is a native of Mon-
tre i. Canada, and lived in Israel
for 2'a years. He and his wife, the
former Sarah Gansburg of Italy.
have two daughters.
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Golda Fields Queries
Of Press in London
Continued from Pa?e 1-A
criticize. I came to clarify. I
thought that ray Socialist friends
should have more information. It
was a meeting of the leadership
tmup. where no decisions were
taken, and after which no state-
ments were made. I think our
nds m v. know the pu-
nch bet'er. and this was the
pose of the meeting."
ON THE ceasefire: "We are
ared ti imolement it in ev-
art and with areat care. We
I the other side to do
and in particular in r
prisoners of war."
n Syrl "We are verv -
*i about the attitude of
.. t<> t!i" prisoners oe war >*
Syria has a very, v >> bad
.I Th = R-d Cross hi- n
allov A t:i vlsil orisoni '.
.,1 Syria. We have found
of our m -.'". rs of v ar sh I
rough the head. Wo don't know
:'. ( those wh > Its' h
:> prisonei' bv the Syrians.
many days will ha\ to c
'c we know anytMn ; of iii
Thi re m not be ar>
.. n \v."
n i. 1 "I dot
h n .. ..: r priir: i Is h" '".
I "! e Wi .; ';
... icrals, indi
. But 1
: ditical :
. Gi d."
ON THI
that i ho an I i
be no more shoot'-vj I
the ci .>< agrei ment i-
si s; ["hei i1 '' .'.l Mil he
ments about various points.
oi*bt, but we will cb every-
to make sure the ceasefire
- not break down."
On arpface conference: "I hooe
.Mil take place soon. It will be
a long affair, but our aim is a
i' nuine peace agreement. Every-
tcdy needs peace in the Middle
East, andjhe.men killed on both
(is in $ar all have mothers. We
t coining to the peace talks
s.ihout any prior conditions, and
wi will talk to any Arab slate
that turn= up. Everything will be
negotiable, though we of roirse
have our own point of view a
things."
On Dr. Kissing*r: "I have no
I n to su--De:t that Hnry Kis-
singer h^.- mad ar.;. knei
rangements brhlt:! our back."
ON THE techniques of pea^
".1 be !'
ms .in-Tee-, ami the U S.
and I e VS.SF ill h >b .
th" two side* I ether, but I
actual ne hive :
be conducted between the par-
ties concerned."
.' \- p;'s.-;Ti ->
..'-'.. 5 no af-
I c bv K n Faisal's id i -
Jcru-:a1 m i.....
pit'd b'.it we ar? ready 1 r ike
I ,r\ l\oi\s .;.:- M
.. so thit they coul
-
'! hi? si! tat i nr-vaib
now. .- But w?
would n 1 to .!'
.:.".' e
conft so -"
th? S
We did not 1
] R -
re ,_
i ild
-

the r
r i '
. .'

f h Am .-:....
"ir.
| ..
ON BAB fl M n:
is on the ground,
and at sea
On the delay in si:n;nc the
ceasefire agreement: In the first
place, it was a Saturday, and we
don't sign documents on the Sab
bath. But there were also one or
two points to cleat lip with the
U-S. No damage "was done in
waiting 24 hours longer."
On ceasefire lines: The 22nd
of October ha* btwweie a catch-
penny phrase. Nobody knows
where the lines were on that day.
But we are prenared for a realis-
tic and sensible realignment of
the forces on both sides."
On the Palestinians: "There is
room only for two states between
the Mediterranean and Iraq
Israel and Jordan. Arrangements
for the Palestinians are a matt or
between the Palestinians :....!
Jordan."
On guarantees: "Why does ev-
erybody offer Israel guarantees?
lias anybody thought of offering
guarantees to, say. Belgium
against Holland or vice versa?
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11
jA Dialogue Noted Between Writers
turies have indulged in exegesis and have found
MANY\KA**0'. "r^l1^!1?1 ""sen, meanings In many parts of the Bible
thai would otherwise not be apparent, so did
sponsored by mo Jewish Theological semi-
nary, offered .1 series of programs featuring a
dialogue between two great figures in literature,
.laoriee Samuel and .Mark Van Doren.
Samuel, the lamed Jewish writer and lec-
tiirer and Van Doren, the Columbia University
professor ol literature and poet, discussed love
as it appeal- in the TaXaCll and Apocrypha, Both
men :lied in 1S*72.
EDITH SAMUEL, the widow of Maurice, has
edited these momentous exchanges for the book
"In the Beginning. Love" (John Day, S8.95, '.as
pp 1 These dialogues on love in the Bible de-
serve revival In ; permanent form not only for
the intrinsic material but because they are more
than (he thoughts ol two intelligent men from
different walks ol life. The dialogues serve as an
example of reading in depth which means analy-
tic thinking.
The abilit> to read possessed by most people
is limited to a comprehension of the words on
the line. If mon people could read between the
lines, we would not have so many commentators
and newspapei 1 ilumnisti explaining to us what
the mass media dispense over radio. TV, and
laily and weeklv periodicals.
.lust as rabbi.- and ministers over the cen-
Samuel and Van Doren in these dialogues,
IHEY DISCUSS the love of Abraham for
Sarah and Isaac, and the love for Rebecca or
Jacob's bate" of Leah or his excessive love for
Rachel, his preference of Joseph over his other
11 sons and daughter Dinah, and all the other
love themes in the Bible, including the Song of
Songs.
Through their insights, one shares in the
new lights that are brought to bear upon these
tales, so many of which are familiar to all. The
explanations of the events in Tobit clarifies some
of the anachronisms and the parallels that make
it appear similar to .lob.
The dialogists open new vistas through their
Insights, their verbal exchanges differences at
limes. Their interpretations reflect their respec-
tive milieus and background. Mrs, Samuel has
added, in the margins, (he chapter and verse of
the biblical quotations ami references. She advo-
cates reading the book with a copy of the scrip-
ture s at one's elbow.
Van Doren and Samuel were the exponents
rd a life style, a value system, and of a cerebra-
tion thai fast i:.dm, from modern life.
Who Stands With Israel
Now in Her iiravesl Hour?
JXiivvi *Sy Ajjnew. Delaware and Bij> Names
IF I mention th agony ol Ag
new it is jus1 to offer an un
expected footnote. Like you. I
deem the Agnew situation a trag
edv
Mj footnote is to lo with one
ol the attorne; who 1 epresented
the man nil 1 \\ ;.. called (by
11 :i Rep iblicans I Nixon's
vice.
Jaj Topkis n 0 thi \
lawyers. U '1 >n 1 read the
Topkis I. id goose-bump
A GIFTED itl irney, Topkis is
the in of the legend
imilies ol thi United --t.it is
had a forebi a named Louis
Topki who v a 1 [01 manj years
Mo Ji ..1 th mail Stal
dI Dels vare.
An underu ar manufacturer,
Louis Topkis was one of those
h p u id his wealth and tal
ents to serve the Ji wish cause.
Dei ades agi he was a friend
of Chaim Weizmann and a typi-
cal parnass, who spoke for the
Jewish peoph even exerting in-
fluence on the Dupont family.
Delaware is a small state, but
it has other Jewish claims to
fame in addition to the splendid
(Delaware was the first of the
record of the Topki., family. For
example, who do you think 1- the
chiel justice of that state's Su-
preme Court? A Jew who enjoys
his Jewishnesa: Daniel Hermann.
AND IN Delaware the brilliant
Irving Shapiro is a Dupont vice
chairman. And reof-ntly there
died in 'Wilmington 1. B. Finkel
stein, 1 man for all seasons, who
doubled as one ol the leaders of
the Jewish communitj and one of
the most distin uished of civic
leaders, a former president of
the Chambei ol < pnunerce.
Another outstanding Di laware
Ji u v us the late Milton Katz, a
Dupont official, whose benefac
lions 'and those of his late wife)
1 xtend from Brandels University,
to the anctuary of Wilmington's
Reform temple, to an old age
home in Wilmington, to a camp
for the Union of American He
bn w Congre; ati ins, etc etc.
The former Attorney General
of the state was 11 Albert Young,
who is also on" of the leaders of
American Conservative Judaism
PERHAPS YOU wonder why I
offer you this catalogue, only a
small one about "The First State"
colonies to sign the Declaration
of Independence).
Well, if you must know, I was
.
relentless, awesome, fiendish war-
A FEW days after Egypt and fare SAM missiles, tanks, planes,
Syria exploded the Yom Klppur the ample know-how of post-World
War against a religiously preoccu- War II assault,
pied Jewish people, a Gallup Poll RUSSIA HAS something special
indicated that only 47 per cent of going for her in the Middle Fast.
Americans questioned supported She is petting what she has long
Israel, wanted, but at bargain prices. No
What about th- rest of the soldiers to be killed, no enemies
United States? Some 25 per cent to face on her own borders, no
expressed no opinion (too busy tightening of the belt at home
with the World Scries, football. B aoH -pilled is Arab blood, not
and the high cost of groceries), Russian.
Many of these undoubtedly can Sa adroj, has jfoaCOW been thai
and will be won over. Twenty-two s,u, is not on)v a!>k. m;inagc a
per cent backed neither side. In ... lmrlljSP(i from ,MP coach's
that segment, one could expect to n,.IK.h bll, sho ,j,0 se(,ms in posj.
find millions weary of American ,ion fo cat hor AptentP ttjtn thc
involvemenl in Vietnam and mil- i:mtcd states without realty los-
lions more who have been mum- jng jf An(, snoui,| Suez open to
bling about a plague on both your t|.:lffi(. Egypt would most certainly
houses by way of cop out through ,|Wa|.(1 hjuh paasage priority in that;
the year- since 1948. important waterway to the Rus-
ONI.Y SIX per cent permitted
themselves to be counted as pro
Arab. If the poll's results were to
sland up under a tough test, this
would put 12 to 13 million Amer-
icans on the side of thc 16 Arab
nations and the side ol unabashed
aggressors.
How can we reasonably evalual
\u h a samnli'i'!' In the anti Israel
column, we would naturally expeel
to find Americans of Lebanese
and Syrian origin, people sympa-
thetic to the Arab cane by virtue
of cultural lies, Muslims.
Aligned with these, however, w
would undoubtedly find right-wing that Israel pays for these necessi-
zealots and the "oil first" people ties.
who couldn't car- less if Israel Not far behind Scr., Fulbrighl is
went down. Yet, irony of ironies. Sen. Mansfield, a powerful leader
these ml. inve to include him- of that opinion bloc in America
stan navy.
(liven these obvious truths and
given the facl that even United
Nations observer- had to acknowl-
edge th.it Arab forces launched
the present war. we can react only
in sorrow to certain important
reactions
Sen. Fulbrighl, chairman of the
Senate Foreign Relations Commit-
tee, is grand mi .-sha'! of this
ponent of Israel, he still main
tains that this government is giv-
ing planes and otlvr weapons ol
war to Israel when he well knOWS
dreds of thousands of Americans
who have hated Russia and Com-
munism with such passion that this
bitterness became their way of
life.
And who is their ally now; that
porn there, and most of my fam same Russia, cheering the Arabs
lives there. It's a greal on and supplying 1hem around the
clock with the sinews of modem.
il)
state.
cool towards [sra '
AND THE chief concern of Pope
Paul, beyond the natural appeal
for peace, was the oppoilunity
presented by the present bloody
conflict to make slill another
pilch for the internationalization
-f holy places in Israel and Jor-
dan.
sJjavni Schwartz
The Rabbi Does a Juggling Ad
"W'''''" Ul "'" Sll'(l' "wnal is ""' world
coming to? Rabbis juggling in the pulpit.
It can't be true. And to think in Jerusalem We
might doubt it. but would a newspaper print a
story like that, if it weren't true and there was
the newspaper in front of us and a two column
headline reading;
RABBI'S JUGGLING ACT
DRAWS RECORD ATTENDANCE
We looked closer al the paper. It seemed
like a very old paper Then suddenly we woke up.
THERE WAS a basis lor the dream. We had
Veen reading the Talmud story about Rabbi
Gamaliel. Two thousand years back on Sukkotli
- at the Festival of the Drawing of the Water,
he had done a juggling act in the synagogue. Thc
Jews saw nothing wrong about it. What would
happen today, we wondered.
'
The festival of thc drawing of water v .,
) joyous occasion. The rabbi, said anyone
who had not witnessed the event in Jei is
would never know what real joy was. And .!.
manj people might have regarded jugglii, ,
the pulpil as a kind of sermon in a way.
Does not juggling teach a great lesson-how
10 keep a number of things in motion at the game
Ume? Life is full of such situations. Most of us
handle one thing at a time fairly well, but it's
different when we have three or four things on
the mind at the same time.
SO THE wise rabbi showed how to do all
those things at the same time. The rabbis of old
were different in other ways.
Newsman's Notebook Filled With Observations on Two War Fronts

Haifa
I^IIE OBSERVER'S notebook is filled to overflow-
ing with reports from both the home front and
battle front:
Eyewitness Report -The Syrians have tri-
umphantly reported that their planes have blown
up the Haifa oil refineries It was a quiet day here
today, and once again, as in IMM and in 1967, I
stepped oul onto my Mt. C'armel terrace, looking
down on the city and Ihe intacl refineries, to con-
firm for the third time that Arab imagination has
not diminished in the least.

The Age of Miracles A thousand and one
memories of that first day. Recalls one: I realized
something was up when on Yom Kippur afternoon
I saw man wearing a yarinelke driving a car
through town, and another man, carrying a tallll
and prayer book, stopped to ask him for a lift.
or:
! *4t,
'pert
Family Affair A wounded Israeli tank officer
was brought from thc front to the Emek Hospital in
Affuleh. Shortly thereafter, his wife was brought
to the maternity ward in the same hospital and gave
birth to a boy. Neither knew of the other's presence
for some time. The "brit" was held on schedule

Shotgun Wedding -The commander of an Is-
raeli unit in the Sinai sought new ways of raising
1 rale in his outfit. Learning that one of his men

WM due .0 be married within a few weeks hP
arranged to have the bride brought to the outpost.
andI there under orders, a gay and Sp,endid wo t
r n- h Pl"lff0rn,d' With dancig a" , r : S fr 'he wh0,e cy- a Shour
leave for the soldier.
Only the Best-Our son Jod, was amazed ,
he dehcous food served in his unit. Later he
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* /< Wisti HfcrgcflrD/n
Paoe 11-A
Sisco 'Clarifies' Mideast Agreement
Continued from Page 1A
ficer [n the Egyptian army sign-
ed for Cairo.
Both Pficera put their sijma
, the English-language
document al about 8 a.m.. Miami
[ime, Sunday, and then shook
hands The ceremony took place
in a barren .stretch of desert
about 80 mileJ east of Cairo.
The v.\ point formula sub-
mitted on Nov. 7 for Premier
Mcir'S approval by U.S. Assistant
Secrel i oi -slalL' l(" Near East-
, mi and South Asian Affairs Jo
seph I -[-to includes the follow
Permanent supply corridor
Israeli lines for the en
( rcli rhird Army under United
,'. control;
An iiumsdiate exchange of
wounded prisoners of war to be
. ilowed by a general exchange
ol l'( U-.
I..: ng the Egyptian block-
ade of th" Straits of Bab el Man-
A ^alignment of the ccaso-
fire 1 nes;
Pi a negotiations to fol-
low if the first four conditions
. i honored.
A Ci tie source told the Jew-
ish Tele aphic Agency that he
was ''op imistic" that the war
would not be resumed on the
Sue? Canal. At the same time,
official sources tadk-ated private
ly that the Kissinger plan was
acceptable to Israel on the whole.
BARLIEB, ISRAEL was still
seeking clarification on specific
points.
Israel's reply to the Kissinger
plan was given to Sisco by Mrs
Meir following a special Cabinet
meeting late at night Nov. 7
Sisco. who arrived in Jerusalem
unexpectedly with the Kissinger
propo al-, which were apparently
accepted earlier in the day by
President Anwar Sadat of Egypt
during his meeting with Kissinger
in Cairo, left for Riad. Saudi
Arabia to report to Kissinger who
left Amman to go to Saudi Arabia.
Emerging from a 45-minute
meeting with Premier Meir at
her office. Sisco told reporters.
"I am optimistic."
CABINET SOURCES indicated
that Israel was pleased with the
business-like approach which Sa-
dat seemed to have demonstrated
in his talks with Kissinger. On
Nov. 7. top Israeli officials ex-
pressed doubts whether Sadat
would be amiable to proposals
that Israel too could consider.
Now it seems as if he surprised '
Israel with his realism.
Before the Cabinet meeting,
Mrs. Meir invited Likud opposi-
tion leaders M-nachem Beigin
and Eiimelech Rimalt to her of
fice and relayed the content ol
the Kissinger plan to them with
the request to keep it secret.
Likud wa^ due to meet Nov. 8 to
discuss 'he situation. D.'fense
Minister Moshe D iv.in. speaking
;.! an Air Force pilot's gradua-
tion parade at an airbase some
where in Israel expressed hope
thai the ceasefire, which, he no
l.d. has not yet been fully
achieved but is about to stabiize,
will not bring Israel to a state of
stand-still but to the opening of
lasting peace negotiations.
THE LATEST developments in
the fa>t-moving round of diplo-
matic activity in the Middle East:
began with Sisco's arrival here,
accompanied by Harold Saunders,
director for Middle Eastern Af-
fairs on the staff of the National
Security Council in Washington.
Both men had participated in
Kissinger's meetings with Sadat.
Sisco had not been expected
until after Kissinger completed
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Friday, November l2,. 1373
LEO MINDLIN
Ifs War-War, Not Jaw-Jaw for 'Allies
Continued from Puge i-.\
b? is ii not conceivable that an
embargo on food and grain to
the Arabs would wreak more
havoc on them than their oil em-
bargo on us?
Certainly, the Russian pup-
peteer in the Mid.He East couldn't
supply the Arabs in that eventual-
ity and would have to suffer
vastly in prestige. Missiles, guns,
tanks and jet fiyhters yes;
J.mxI no.
In these days of detente it
may not be polite to say so. but
the Russians are a garrison state
- military opportunists on the
wing, who put their "all" i'to
death.
They haven't much left for life.
The fact is that not only can't
they supply the Arabs with grain.
They can'1 even supply them
selves with grain or much of
anything else. It's a sore point
: often made and too little
acted upon, but they've been buy-
grain from us and machines
.mil our technology.
WE MIGHT, for example, have
. ,it o crimp on grain to the So-
. when ill-; began sending
shiploads if death I i their Arab
Ii, nts Tli would hai
Ii hed in tl I. m. mucn
than pui re u| pi} "'
i the Isi
I ippose : '"'
. i cer stand I >i
he> have thi

ins to Israel, hat Ii i ba tioi.
Bett Honr.' K
hould run like a frenzied gnat
through the Middl? Fast, spread
ing some oil of his own. squeez-
ing Israel to perpetuate this two-
way grain gun arrangement than
.-top the war by showing how
essentially weak the Russians
really are.
This is not to say that Henry's
a profiteer, but he"s a detente-nik,
and the end is the same. He has
brought peace in our time" to
ihe Middle East by letting the
Russians have everything they
need and never letting them
know we know they ARE in need.
LIKE THE Arabs, the Russians
arc sensitive about their faults
and failures. Letting them have
everything they need should also
satisfy the Arabs that we mean
to be their friends, since the Rus-
sians, who supply them with guns,
are our friends, too. Israel mighl
be betrayed, but who cares about
that?
Certainly nol the Europeans,
who did their "all" to slaughter
.i v ,rting 2,000years ago. And
Henry mighl even get another
Swedish medal for brin [in the
kind of peace I i the Arab.i and
l rael thil he brought to the two
'
11 >UT HENRY'S Iruce v i
"ii'
In 1956, when Presiden F
,rced Israel b rk out !
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, .i Ei
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leave, when in poured Egypt, and
out fled the UN, a maneuver at
Which they are extremely skilled.
In 1970, when the so-called
Rogers peace plan "stabilized"
the truce along the Suez Can il
line, in came the Soviet missile
sites.
As of today, odds are that with-
in the month, Egypt will begin
mapping her next round from
the moment Israel gives up her
strategic checkpoint positions
surrounding the city of Suez and
the encircled Egyptian Third
Army to the friendly forces of
the friendly United Nations.
THE FACT is that Henry's
truce comes at a time when his
great achievement in Southeast
Asia is falling apart. There's a
heavy North Vietnam buildup of
tanks against Saigon.
In addition:
U.S. intelligence has dc-
tect I Soviel nuclear missiles in
i. yp| aimed at major Israeli
cities;
Uso heavy artillery in
Cub i's Sierra M icstra mountains
,d on our naval bas at
Gui "'.''
. R issi in Egv] lian axis i
, chop Henrj into littl
,.i Bnd all, iusl so I mg
. j ihe suop! ator's r !
... .. 0f Hi .
I ii; nion >f Sovi >1 S ici I st
ur Hi fri
ly Uitil
tion >.
We n n n acl l1'-" ::. bul I
DO think we '
the Soi iets.
ANWAR SADAT i-
er. If we regard h
ord him
i all '..' n to'
. iitlon ol the cl
cr i tragic dc stlny.
The Yom Ki
ii, sadal has such a seer ti
,|.. tin> hence messenger boy
',.,,-, frenzied tour through
Arabia. After all, Sadat put up a
500 mg. 100
good show. He must not be hu-
miliated, not permitted to feel h !
lost. Like the Russians, Arabs
are sensitive.
Lest this image of our own
grain-gun oil propaganda that
paints Sadat as a secret tragic
clcwn deludes even US, let no one
forget his address to the Egyp-
tian navy of May 2, 1972:
"We shall not be satisfied with
the liberation of our land: our
aim must also bo to smash Is-
rael's arrogance, its vainglory
and its overbearingness, so that
at its dimensions will contract."
OR HIS May Day speech that
year to a gathering of workers in
Alexandria: "Jerusalem is our
property, the property of the
Moslem people we shall re-
trieve it they (the Israelis)
will be brought low and made
wretched."
Or in tiic same six >ch:
promise you that, on the
I irthday of Mohamn -: v
celebrate in this pi l
the liberation of our countr;
also the overthrow of the Is
raelis' vaunting and riotousnesv
that as is written in I
Koran they shall abide in t.
h, initiation and misery that a. >
decreed upon them."
iin in the same speech: "V,
shall never hold direct ne^otij-
tions With them they are a
people of liars and men of perf-
idy, a people that hatches evil
plots a people that was created
for deeds of treason w
shall mil negotiate with Israel,
whatever the circumstances."
These speeches are in perfec'
accord with the resolution of the
Arab Social st Union of Novem-
ber 13. 1970 that calls for "the
liberation of the whole of Pales-
tine and the annihilation of the
Zionist usurper Statt, politically,
militarily, socially and spiritu-
ally."
CERTAINLY, there is nothing
in the history' of our "allies" in
Europe that suggests they would
mind any of that. But Henry,
yourself a refugee from the good-
ness of our "allies." you too.'
Henry? No wonder they betrayed
us.
That stupid Swedish medal
doesn't mean a thins Henry, a;
Le Vmc Tho who snubbed it,
'.,, .... Ron'l let il go to your
head In the immortal Churchill's
.. you jaw-jaw, but they
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Friday, November 16, 1973'

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Jlit fKabbi *^)pcitkt J-rom



Outlook Is Typical
By RABBI RALPH P. KINGSLEY
1i in pi, Sinai, North Dade
The portion called Thayay Sa-
rah ought by noimal standards
be a morbid one. for it describes
the death of Sarahthe first ma-
triarch. Yet there is an amazing
warmth and aliveness in those
chapters, typical, perhaps, of the
outlook of our people.
Sarah's death itself is announced
not as one might expect with the
words
Quiz Box
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
'>. 1873 Jewish TelcKrnphli' Aavneyl
Why does the Jewish law pro-
hibit eating blood?
There are a number of reasons
We are I people that has had fT\ f'' 111'* &1U^.UcS '"JUv
more opportunities than most to J* "Jf* J,* ""ft 3**
mourn our dead-individuallv and fj?!^ i^2?\^1V ?
collectively. Yet. we have studious- ''' "l""1"5, ha, *f* 80uI f
avoided becoming so involved I ,hc flcsh iS ln thc blood
This showed that some com-
mentaries view the prohibition
In time of sonow. we have found f*'* ,ca,inK bU**! as an indic>-
a way to seek comfort by turning lon 'na,,.man mus< haw reverence
to our children and by" insuring for. an> "fe-ven that oi an am-
continuity through them. Where '
we have lost a parent, or a child. The fact that thc Almighty has
we have turned to our husbands | ?iven man thc license to use ani-
_>-
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in death that we have ignored the
beauty and richness of life.
MIAMI i ow:'z. Cantor Nice FtiC.nkn. n
, A H A V A T SHALOM CONCREGA. *$& } J^JJTnS, r^toEdui?
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Ice baaed i>n i In ih. in.- "The 11 i. > -
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I aaw Another Utilterfly." A shul-ln" i
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44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
'Sarah ,u",nl ""' "*" riven man tnc license to use am-
en she ""I, ""I" W'VPS. Mlmli ,ht'ir l0Ve mal fll'sh for f00(i does no1 n,ean
thai man has to have no regard for
animal life, He has to. Pt least, re-
frain from eating the blood since
blood is the carrier of life. .Man
died when she understanding become a source
reached the age (.0mfort for us.
of 127," but
rather, we read: Underlying both responses is
"Sarah's life was 'he profound belief thai one need
127 vears" it not be strangled by unhappiness.
is more appro- One need instead look to others
priate to speak and to the future In order to
of how long and transcend the sorrows of the pre- *>'. ar
well a ncrson sent. h> Mo"d- belong- to (!od.
will follow the aervl-.
"The Pawnbroker" will bi xhown.
Gronr.
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Conferva'iv- Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Linson. <
Friday K:lfi p.m :< t ttouth Dade, Ber-
in.hi: "t>RT Sabbath." u Corul Way.
Ftabbl Holomoti Waldenliera and Han-
lor Sheldon Korlner ";:i roniluel nen
li i Sermon : Uellal m, the Heni i of
Democracy." Saturday : m Ltar
was, therefore, required during the I Mitxvnh: Jeffrey. on ..f Mr. ami
rlnva nl the Tomnlo f l,.ri,v.I.,.,, Mre Maurice Cohen.
days oi thc Temple of Jerusalem
Rabbi Kinnsley
which brings an
end to life. That is especially true
Wiien a ine is as full as was the
life of Sarah.
well a person
lived, than to
focus on the
brief moment W* nurM ton* a" n;lV(' nl iii tllmi* ii .1 l- I v l ,u ^1 -.___
sent.
Without such an outlook, our
to sprinkle blood on the altar as beth el. 500 sw 17th Ave. Ortho-
a sy.nhol that life, characterized j dox- Rabbi H- "othman. 5
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi i.i.i> Sha-
.'d in their o<"n tears. Instead, we
have had an amazing resilience, the
ability to overcome adversity. Our
strength and our comfort has been
mr children and our families. May
'I... i...,,.ii, uuu uui iuiiiiiii.-.->. .waj ,
immediately after burying bis *o never lessen our attachment to\u,J
dear wife, and mourning her. Abra- them. Wooa,
KwhiS.BMWJ i:"'" 7---------------------- Thm a '>l"bor of cults
for Isaac, his unmarried son. >.,,;
onlj was it important for Abraham
to look beyond his own sorrow,
bul ii was important that there be
bej mi another generation to can;.
on the family name.
The portion concludes by telling
us how Isaac himself "was com-
forted for his mother" taking
Rebecca io his bosom as a if
and loving her.
lack M Bash was to discuss the
book "Greal Agis and Ideas of
thc Jewish People," edited by Leo
'. Schwartr. covering the biblical Somehow. Jewish tradition look-
mnnete, Hellenistic. Talmudic, d upon the consumption or animal
Medieval, and Emancipation peri- Wood as a barbarous practice which
ods, at the meeting of Ihc Greal displayed a lack of feeling am
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER 1720 79th St. Causeway.
North Bay Village Conservative.
Cantor Murray Yavneh. 32-A
AGUDAS ACHIM NL'SACH SEFARD
CONGREGATION. "07 5th St Mi-
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor.
decai Chaimoxits.
NORTH MIAMI BtACIt
ADATH VESHURUN (Temole). 102S
NE Miami Gardens Or. Conservative.
Rabbi Milton Sthlinsky. Cantor Ian
Aloern. 33
piro Cantor Leon Seqal. Rev. Ale* AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
,. ..,.., ...~,j tu ui j < ,i ,...' Rev- Mendel Gutterman. 6, Religious Community Center. 19255
one consumed thc blood of the am- I-ruhiy K:16 p.m. Sermon: Tan we N.E 3rd Ave o^hodox 33.a
mal. instincts of the animal would '?""'!?' l.V"","'r ''Pheaval?" Henry I -----,-----
, .... .. 'ireellliiuim. r be iransferied to his personalitv. mi hix ir.. will be hi.....red ;n Hi- i BETH torah. 1051 n. Miami Beach
It ii also claimed bv some author- I '""* Bhabbal by Mr. and Slrn. Irv- I B'vd- Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
-.-. u u, auinor |n Oreenbaum. scl.Hz. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson. 34
dies that blood was such an awe- | -___ ----------
BETH TIKVA, (Reform) 9025 Sun. B'NAI RAPHAEL, 1401 NW 183rd St.
8et Dr- 6-A Conservative. Rabbi Victor D
BETH TOV (T.m'o.e,. 6438 SW 8th! 2We"in- Cant^ J" -'"' "
luh.|Cr*er.VatT- R;,bb', Cn"rie 6INAI (Temple), of NORTH DADE
PrblayVlC5""mr *ZT"'"&,?> I-"?1- N-E 22nd Avc' Reforr"' Rah
In the l.lshi Jnd -i i mi shnb-
I'M will r..n..tt .,.rvi,., R
Some commentaries feel that, if
sine entity that early man attached
strange idolatrous practices to the
cult worship. In order to keep .lews
away fiom such practices, bl>
was prohibited as human food.
ISRAEL (Temple) tip GREATER Ml.
AMI. 1?7 NE 19th Gt. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narc: ia
Pr la; H |. m Sermon- "' mi i and
Imeriea --October and \> .. mber."
ISRAELITE CENTt'R. 3175 SW 25th;
St. Consf i-vative. Rabbi Paul J
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass II
.--.-. ._._ .....b """ Iruliiy :,::.u mid .;!.-, ,. ,,, (lUet
Jewish Books Discussion Group ncern. Jewish t.adition wanted -,":i'<"-. Mm Miiiedjre. di-|
Thursday ,n 2 P.m, in the Miami "?" tbe concerned with the sane- vTckt-t'v "'" !?, :. T
Beach Public Library, 2100 CoUins Sg { H 'nali,'" "^ "" '" S i^Sl %S&S?&J&
1> >OM >---"M.ic, B7SB SW 16th
Banquet Proceeds Earmarked laroCnoncaaen,:oarlBeen^,:),bniB?navAdri.,?3
Ave. All
charge.
are welcome free of,
for Israeli War Veterans
Raloh P. Kingsley "antor Irvino
Shulkes. 37
Friday R:l.l p m 11< illi .1.......f :, 1,, v
Ark. Snturdi j ; .1, por.
;' J at ii" Wei ii'nal Mltavah:
Robert Krelabera Jndl Siheehtman."
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov
Bidnick. 38
YOUNG ISI.Ac~oT"cREArER Ml.
AMI. 990 NE 17'st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Zalrian Kn-nwky 39
C0RAI GABLES
JUDEA (Temple). 555C Canada Blvd.
Rform Rabh> Mi^ha-I B Eisen.
'.'.it Cm'or Rita Shore 40
Friday is Serm 11: :
ray r l;..k." Sin >-.! -. ., ,
:"" ""* Hob. imi
Mrs. Norman Spli
*C t*n'w'ct*f J\>u
ev>szc*
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royrc;r*%*
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Nov. is (1,. 4, 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
l!( ';!'--i>.l on 1 h 2 at 5:30 p.m.)
ii- t: Rev. Luther C. Pierc i
l Their Probtem*'"
' "" '- lf "' l'!l'- Au?er and Rev Robert Kcllv
Nov. 18 Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
"'>,: Kabbi D Raab. Temple B th Raphael
Nov. 18 -Ch.7, 10 am TheStiUSmallVo.ee
Host: Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director of Federation's
( ommunit> Chaplaincy Servic
Topic: "Looking at the Good Sid i"
SYHOMS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Chaye Sarah
I and Cave of Machpelah thus became bin Permanent
\C AND REBRKAH: Abraham had r^o, an advanced
anxious that his son marry within the family, sent his
Jiezcr to the eitv of Haran in afe^potamia where his
' Z ld SP,t'Cd- U,Side the ei,v- tS" t nested a
^nd God an-n-rrod his praver tha th rt0 Mine to
jrw >er and offered him and his camels oMnfc wnnld be the
of Isaac. Thia was non other ).:.: li^.^h the
Brar .-hter of Naho- Eliezer was welcomed at the hoUse of
rtfw and Laban-her father and brother _whorn he in.
foi the purnoae nf hi' mission, -md ho God h i tntwend
-r- In reply to the request for Rebekah's hand In mar-
riage to i.aac. Laban and Bethuel. realizing that it was ^->d's will
eavo th .), COnsl.nt. After a few days. Rebekah s t out for Canaan
met and was married to him.
r:'TH OF ABRMTiAM: Abraham married another w=f-
Ketui throuxh whom he became the ancestor of many Arab
tri i -o ensure peace among the memo of his f mily fVbra
lam jave Isaac his property and sent ail hi- other sons, laden
wl eastwards to the land of Arabia Re (bed M th ape
" ^ J* w buried by Isaac and Ishmael in the Cave of
rirERETH ISRAEL. b501 N. ln,
LTnder the leadership ol Mrs. U-j Kie,nConserva,,ve- Pa,,bi ""J
fred Lieber, the Sisterhood of Ja-
roh C Cohen Community Svna 2l^-(,Le.m,:lB1-.,8000. M,l"!r Rd Con-
?osue is sponsorin ( a special han ^ clnt"-^^ nhZXZMn Shap'7B
uk ih honqu t in Ih Deauville H '"'.. -, "'
1 ;l! "001 Sunda? Dc. 23, With J urday 0 a.m. Sirmon; s.. .,, lc
le entir | Is eoins to th '
Vaad L'maan Hachayil (the Israeli timiibtm ,^nlJA1
War Veterans r anizati. n in I T^hR^ iSSSSJSX^&^Ml
than Zolondk. '1.
NORTH MIAMI
rat I.
ZMMORA (Tempi*). 44 Zampra Ave.
Conservative. R.bbl Maxwell
Bergar. Cantor Stantr.y Rl-h 4,
.rm.. Wiir
Afler the War" s......,-. ,.-, .....
smrsiu
^N DAVID CONOREOATIOr
la. Orthido f ibbl
LaVlm V" C-nt0r Leil"r'
fORT lAUOtRPAU:
B%T,f, '?!*E'- I"1""""1"- "/100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd Rabt Phllln A
Labownz. Cantor Maurlea Ncu 49
Elt5iU'.lh sa45" w 0Wand ParK
Blvd. (R.forn). Rabbi Ar-hur J
Abrama. cantor J.rom- Klem.nt. 43
POMPANO BIACH
Rabbi Tibor H. stern, spiritual "T_H JJOJhj conqrioation. 2221
n Call for the enl ] h com-' Kirschenbaom B-n Zl" MARGATE JEWISH CENTER R1I11
munity to join in an effort to send "**' bsach Nw 9,h Sl
at least 1.000 CHAY packages to
hospitalized soldiers in Israel, Th
MIAMI BIACH
-..i.no,. h,av packages ,o, A^^. ^T^^'e'v,^ 8%^S^.ZTft)3 B '
po
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rhanukah packag containing mis-
cellaneous personal items cost $18
and will be delivered in person by
an Israeli "pink lady." the rabbi
said, adding th it thc humanitarian
effort in behalf of these youni
men and women "is one of the
greatest Mitzvnha that we have at
hand.''
Dr. Feldman Guest Speaker
The Abraham TIschel Chanter
of American Jewish Congress wa"
to meet Thursday at 8 p.m. in Tern
"le Beth Shalom. 4601 Arthur st
Hollywood, with nr. Sam Keldman
*s guest speaker. The topic of dis-
"ussion is the bo->k "Open Mt
nage." Carlos Fpldman is presi-
dent.
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,B HAI LANDALE
wbi Morrli a. skop.
BnT.h iAC0B ?0I Washinqton Ave
?kv Can,ftR Mbhi Shm^voh0n t" SwTr !
ky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
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ferson Ave. Conservative Rahh'i
Dav,d Raab.^antor Saul^Veeh"2'
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an officer from the Dadc County
Public Safety Department to V
*he euest apeaker at a gen-ra'
^ipoting at 8 n m Tuemfay, V- !n the temple. Th- lecture on "Self
^rotoetion for \'Wn" Uin ), :,
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Temple Zomoru
Coral Gbii*
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November 16, 1973
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\ate of Bab el Mandeb May Mean Success
r Failure for Dawning Truce
I YITZHAK SHARGIL
|l.\ < onesnondcnl
[AVIV When the Yom
War broke out Oct. <>.
attention was focussed on
battlefronU the Sinai
Golan Heights where
rial battles of tanks and
were being fought. All
el's resources were con
IV.] on repulsing the enemy
Ixing the initiative. All but
en here was Egypt's block-
the straits on Bab el Man-
] effect a third front aimed
tiiu Israel's vital trade life
Afviea, the Persian Gulf
Far East,
lough :i ceasefire prevails
, present on the Golan
i. and ..long the Suez Ca-
ll, blockade continues, add-
another severe burden to
precariously strained
I ["he narrow straits, by
,,11 international waters.
the Red Sea and the ln-
| m. The blockade pre-
. from leaving or enter-
l Port of Eilat. nearlv
EDITOR'S NOTE: Tel Aviv (JTA) -Correspondent Yitzhak Slur-
gil tiled this report Oil the Bab el Mandeb blockade on the
day Egypt and Israel announced their acceptance of the
five-point Kissinger plan for strengthening the ceasefire
and bringing both countries toward permanent peace t.ilks.
One of the five points is Egypt's promise t > lilt the Bib el
Handcb blockade. Although Shargil does not take the Egyp-
tian vow into account in the report he filed from Tel Aviv,
it nevertheless sets the tactical and historical significance
of Bab el Mandeb into critical relief and why it is so Im-
portant for Israel's sccurit] that there be no blockade.
l.ooo miles to the north. Long-
shoremen working cargoes at
Ei'.at noticed that something was
wrong earlv in the war.
VESSELS THAT had complet-
ed loading remained in port with
Cargoes consigned to African and
Asian countries. It was not un-
til Israel's UN Ambassador Yoscf
Tekoah made his statement to
the Security Council discussing
the ceasefire that most Israelis
learned of the new front.
The strategic importance of
the soi'.hern entrance to the Red
Sea has been apparent for gen-
erations. The British, the first to
recognize the importance of the
straits, established strongholds as
to safeguard their shipping routes
to India.
The best way to control the
traits was to hold the island of
I'eriin situated between the
shores of the Arabian peninsula
and Djibouti. Kast Africa. The
island lies three kilometers from
the Arabian coast and 24 kilo-
lr. Eisendrath Dead at Age 71
Iniiniieil from Page 1-A
1925 to 1943.
announcement of his death
! tu :lv shocked dele
by Rabbi Alexander M.
i who was scheduled to
ii the t' \HC president next
iin 8 3 !fl persons had
n the Hilton Hotel foi
ii'ship service with the
am. as women's affil'ate,
i\. 'ional Federation of Tern
rh "".Is.
I-ess, which was to have
hi Eisendrath's valedic
1 was sharply criti-
io N'ixou adniinistrat on
,Ii in America who
(I condoned the crimes
it" because of adminis
port of Israel
'( ORDlNG TO a press re-
I r>arli< r to the l< "
A."iuv. li.iiilii Ei red what he ca'led "out
:o.d :r.',' president .
II the obscene
I and pervasive eorrup
iav< o bla kened th
li >'i-e. to obsessed with
security' as to rational
the most unforgivabW con-
tin i.t and the mn-t blatant
al on th d have brought u
in .in inch of a dictatorial po-
state.
the face of betrayal. Bahbi
Indrath asked, "Arc we Bti I
tared to assert that religior
nothing to do with politics'.'
>ss .' jews, conversant with
moral commands of our faith
resume our responsibilities, we
will have forfeit d for all lime
our usefulness and our reason
for surviving as a people."
The address, in the form of a
sermon, also covered a wide range
of topics. Rabbi Eisendrath em
phasized the growing strength of
the synagogue .md noted it dra-
matizes i': eiiectiveness of re-
ligious Judaism in rallying Jews,
and fie existing centrality of the
I ii; gogne in American Jewish
life. He stated that rabbis were
able to mo t-r instant congrega
tional response for Israel because
synagogues were filled with Yo n
Ki: pur worshippers when news
of the Arab invasion broke. Mo
bi'ization for aid. i here fore, was
spurred by the power of religious
and morai impetus.
IN THIS context, Rabbi Eisen
drath stronglj reaffirmed the sol-
idarity of R' farm -lews with Is-
rai :. bul warned thai the 1.1 mil-
lember Reform Jewish
m ivemenl would fighi for full re-
ligious right" in Israel. He called
for a constitutional insertion in
tiv l VK 's b> laws mailing the
religious movement's commit-
ment to 1 irael part of the group's
platform, "to strengthen the soli
daritj oi the Jewish people in all
lands, to foster the (level ipment
of Liberal ludaism throughout
the world under the auspices of
the World Union for Pro n
Judaism, and to enrich and sus-
tain the State of Israel as a vi
brant exemplar of eternal Jew
ish values."
Rabbi Eisendrath was born in
Chicago and attended schools m
Cincinnati. He received a B.A. gree in 1925 from the University
of Cincinnati, where he majored
in philosophy, \tter studies
the Hebrew Union College ii '
Cincinnati he was ordained in
1926.
Rabbi Ehendrath was al vay
involved with tl"' I)All'' v.I
he became executive director in
is43. th< organization had a feu
hundred it torn, congregations
Today I here are more than 70C
jonsregations in the U S. and
Canada In th- UAHC. Rabbi Ei
sendrath was involved in many re-
li.'IOUS :"'t'.....""
during his long career. He was
active in the civil rights move-
ment working with the late Di
Martin Luth-r King and in the
anti-war mov 'incnt.
His ADDRESS to have in
eluded a plea for amnesty for
those who refused to serve in ill"
rim during the Vietnam War.
Misaddress was also to have con-
tained a strong defense for Juda-
ism.
The world needs Judaism.'
he said, "its compassion instead
,,i the machismo ol todays vio-
lence its optimism in the face ol
,l"s.-,ir. its cmpaionin the race
of human callousness."
meters from the African coast.
The British took over this \ni-
canic rocky island, five kilome-
ters long and less ItiatT two kilo
miters wide, in 1857. They
wanted to assure the waterways
from the Suez Canal which was
then under construction.
GENERATIONS LATER, aft r
England lost its empire, the im
portanco of Aden declined and
became a burden on the British
treasury. This, coupled with the
resurgence of Arab nationalism
brought about the abandonment
by England of all her territories
and holdings io the South Arabian
republics including the South
Yemen republic which took over
I'eriin and thereby the control
of the straits.
The first sign of danger to Is-
raeli shipping in the Red Sea
came shortly after the Six-Day
War when the Tiran Straits, at
the junction ol the Gulf of Akaba
and the Gulf of Suez were opened
to Israeli shipping with the cap-
ture ol Sharm el-Sheikh.
On Nov. 15, 1967, Abd El Fatah
Ismayil, of the National Libera-
tion Front in Aden, declared that
the "Front" would bar Israeli
shipping from the Red Sea after
the British left Aden. Other re-
ports said that units of the
"Front' took control al Perim.
The threat was a real one. But
when the Arab republics came In
to being Israeli shipping Ihrough
the Red Sea was unmolested.
Eilat grew Into a major port and
became what it was meant to be
the southern gale of Israel
Imports and exports to Africa and
the Far Fast came and went
through this port, including oil
from various sources and from
th i" bj the pipeline to the
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International law could not be
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and pascd through the blockade
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statements and in provi ling med-
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Israel has conditioned the re-
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eeasefii a !ieemnnt. Ceasi
has been arranged. The straits
arc stiii closed, ii the blockade
continues tin re no telling what
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-Jewish Floridian
BULLETIN
-r^ida Friday, November 16, 1973
Section B

Miami Federation Leaders Hear
El nui Sound Cautious Peace Note
. N .. ..,- 11 will be known as
date," said Israel's Fo-
ster Abba Eban, ad
ore than 250 leaders of
j Jewish community
..,, Beach Sunday.
:, Minister visited Ml-
. on behalf of the
imi Jewish Federation's
mbined Jewish Appeal-
icy Fund.
HI 1 Vfil.YSIZED that although
, had led to arrange-
important face-to-face
,-tween Israel and
... the Middle East
led in "a victory
celebration, and without
of joy."
,inted out the hopeful
a lasting peace in
East, yet he also made
serious drain on Israel's
and human resources
suited from the 18-day
the Foreign Minister on
re David B. Fleeman.
if the Greater Miami
. deration, and Morton
...... chairman of the Fed-
- 1974 CJA-IEF.
members of the guest
party were Robert Rus-
Harry A. Levy, advisors
174 l JA-IEF chairman: Eli
1974 CJA-IEF vice chair-
Howard R. Scharlin, Pace-
hairman; Dr. Irving Lehr-
nd Robert H. Traurig. asso-
iairmen of the 1974 CJA-
Joseph H. Kanter. honorary na
tional chairman of the United Jew-
ish Appeal: Mrs. Irving L. We.v
ler. president of the GMJF Worn
en's Division: Mrs. Leonard Fried-
land. Women's Division CJA-IEF
chairman; and Myron J. Brodie.
Federation executive vice presi-
dent.
Israel's Consul General for the
Southeastern U.S. Shiomo Levy
also accompanied the Foreign
Minister in his visit.
"THE TERRIBLE theme of Jew-
ish history," said Eban. "has al-
ways been how to stay alive. Israel
quickly learned the lesson thai
war is not a game but that the
issue is life itself for the entire
State.''
Eban spoke at length about the
newly announced agreement for
peace and looked forward to pos-
sible meetings, perhaps before the
end of 1973. between Arab and
Israeli representatives "not in a
dusty deseit .. but in an acknowl-
edged international center for
negotiations."
He commended the United
States, and particularly the Amer-
ican Jewish community, for the
unprecedented outpouring of sup-
port for Israel during the crisis.
Vet due to the perilous social and
economic situation faced by Israel
in the coming months, he urged
! continued support for the people
of Israel by American Jews to a
greater degree than ever before.
HE ADVISED America to dis-
count Arab threats of an oil cut-
off. He said President Nixon's
dcci;-ion to develop America's re-
sources independently was just the
medicine" the Arabs needed to
combat their oil cut-off blackmail.
He also saw one continuing
threat in the prisoner question
with Syria. Declaring that Syria
has "a terrible record of violations
of human restraint." he said he
would call on the Soviet Union to
use its influence on Syiia.
'i don't think the ceasefire will
be very stable if they (the Syr-
ians) are violating the Geneva
inventions."
Eban echoed the words of
Winston Churchill in highlighting
the terrible lesson learned by Is-
rael and Jews all over the world
during the past 25 years: "He who
forgets the past," he said, "is
doomed to repeat it."
Reports at press time indicated that agreement was reached
during a three-hour meeting Wednesday for the exchange of
Israeli and Egyptian prisoners, beginning Thursday morning.
The direct flights between the two countries mark a "first." UN
observers are assuming responsibility for the corridors. Addi-
tional meetings are to be scheduled.
Local Delegates Attending Teehnion
Biennial Convention In New York
Heading up a delegation from Alexander Goldberg, president
the South Florida Region to the emeritus of Teehnion. Benjamin
national convention of the Worn- Abileah, Deputy Consul General
en's Divisions of the American So- in New York, will join leaders of
ciety for Teehnion this week in the American and Canadian Tech-
New York is Mrs. Milton Sirkin. nion Societies in this tribute to
president of the Region.
With her are Mrs. Mildred
Gladstone, president of the Miam
Dr. Goldberg.
There will be a session devoted
to exchange of chapter programs
Beach Chapter, Mrs. Alex Bojman.: an{j projects for the forthcoming
president of the North Dade Chap-1 year and including reports from
ter. Mrs. George Baum. president national officers and committee
of the Miami Chapter and Mrs. j chairmen.
Martin Spector of Miami, national
vice president.
The biennial conclave at the
Waldorf Hotel Wednesday and
Thursday opens the 50th Jubilee
Year of the Technion-Israel In-
stitute of Technology in Haifa.
Dr. William J. Kolff. Technion's
Harvev Prize Laureate and noted
The convention will close with
an installation luncheon with Mau-
rice M. Rosen, national chairman
of the "Jubilee Committee" as
guest speaker. There will be a
National Board meeting following
the convention.
The Society and its Women's
heart "surgeon will highlight the Divisions promotes and encourages
Medical Engineering Seminar. the work of Teehnion in Haifa,
David Schoenbrun, distinguished the only engineering university in
author, journalist and conespon- the Middle East and the oldest
dent, will be guest speaker at the institution oi higher learninf,
"Jubilee Banquet" in honor of there.________________________

\outh Beach Activities Center
Completely Gutted by Fire
Si Uth Beach Activities,
of the YM WHA. at 45
en Ave., was gutted
I uesday.
\ two-alarm fire brought Mi- |
... firefighters to the spot |
las become so familiar to
sh residents of South Beach
Iderly and the retired j
i they engaged in leisure-
activities.
MIAMI BEACfi poliee have al-
. .-. revealed that the facility
destroyed when three sepa-
blazes were started in a >
Ib rate act of arson.
Firechief L. E. Di
:..,! that damage was consid-
ible.
entire inside of the one-
ry concrete b.eck structure ;
uurned out. In addition, ic?- j
k rs were vandalized, books
urned and furniture destroyed.
Beach Detective Charles Reed
noted that fire investigators fo-1
(used on the three arson sites as
a couch, an office area and a spot
:n an alley-way just behind the
building outside.
COMBUSTIBLE fluids were
kpiashed on the interior walls to
iced the biaze, Reed declared.
He also revealed that six
/ jalousies had been smashed in a
window so that the arsonists
MUld get inside. Outside were a
typewriter that had been re-
moved from the Center and a mo-
Voters Choose Reboso And
Gibson In Runoff Election
Local voters went to the poll-5
Tuesday to cast their ballots in the
Miami City Commission and Hia-
leah City Council runoff elections.
Manolo Rebpso and the Rev. The-
odore Gibsoh easily defeated their
opponents for the Group 4 and
Group 5 Commission seats; Ben-
nett, O'Neill, Cherry and Hodges
were the winners in the Hialean
race.
tirn picture projector.
First to notice the blaze was
Police Lt. Jack Gordon cruising
the area at about 4:30 a.m.
"The real tragedy," said David >
Fleeman, president of the GMJF,
"is not the destruction of a build-
ingwhich had become the liv- j
ing room for thousands of elder- |
ly people, most of them residents
of the South Beach areabut the
(i.sruption of this vital service to
aged members of our community.
"The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation guarantees that in
spite of '-he mindless destruction,
programs of the South Beach :
tativities Center will continue.
We make this commitment to the
peop'c of South Beach and to all
the residents of Greater Miami
to whom social welfare services
for the elderly have become a
primary' concern."
Rabbi Landau
Appointed JWV
Assoc. Chaplain
Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth David
Congregation has been named na- ,
tional associate chaplain by Na- |
tional Commander Ainslee R- j
Ferdie of the Jewish War Vet-
erans.
The official appointment of I
Rabbi Landau will take place dur-
ing Sabbath services at 8:30 p.m.
Friday at the South Dade faculity
of Beth David.
JWV Department of Florida
Commander M. Jay Berliner will
represent national commander
Ferdie at the presentation.
Rabbi Landau served in the U.S.
Army for three years during
World War II. He has been a
member of JWV's Coral Gables
Post for the past 10 years.
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Miami Launches New
'Buy Israel9 Product Drive
Greater Miami has born chosen million Jewish families (about 8
to be thr fire* city in the United niilion people) in1 thfe" fce world
States for the "Buy Israel" (Jew- :an help Israel achieve this goal.
The six million Jews in the
L'nited States can help Israel ini-
i h Market'i project campaign.
The purpose of this project is
to strengthen the economy of Is-
rael by enlarging its export trade.
Israel experts food, wine. beer.
J quors. clothing, shoes, diamonds,
Jewelry, cosmetics, tires, furniture,
bocks, toy! and other items of ex-
cellont quality and competitive
prices, amounting to a billion dol-
lars a year.
However, Israel imports more
than twit e this amount, creating
B huge deficit in her fore i?n tiad.-,
which may this year reach some
one and a half billion dollars.
IN THE United States, Israel's
trade deficit amounted to S1501
million this year, and since the |
establishment of Israel the trade
deficit with the United States
;: une has risen to $3 billion.
In 1972, Israel's imports from
the U.S.A. amounted to $368 mil-
lirn, against Israel's exports of
$223 million. Statistics show that
Israel is one of the U.S.A.'s best
customers, importing more Amer-
ican goods than Iran, India, and
(van more than Egypt, Lebanon,
Syria and Jordan put together.
In order to give employment to
t.;ie tens of thousands of immi-
grants ccming from Russia and j
i er countries, Israel must in-
ert a-e her expo t trade. The two 1
piove her expo.t trade in the
\merican market by buying reg-
daily Israeli products, starting
nth $1 a week per person ($50.
cr year).
By creating a demand for I<-
aeli products by the Jewish
amilies, more stores will carrj
his meichandise, making it pos-
ible for everyone to enjoy them
YEHOSHI'A MESHl I.AUH. well-
nown Israeli journalist special-
ly in Israel's economy, is the
riginator of the '"Buy Israel'
Modansky Elected President
Of .Miami Mizrachi Chapter
At a special membership meet-
in- h Miami Chapter of t':ic R. ligiJUs
Zioni ts of America (Mizrachi)
Jacob R. Modansky of Miami
Beach was elected as president for
the 1973-1974 term.
Modansky, prominent commu-
nity and reiigiotM leader with a
record of many years of dedica-
tion to local and national Jewish
Day Schoois on the elementaly
and high school and college levels
pledged an a.l out cffoit to in-
crease tlie membership roster dur-
1 ing his term of office.
Max Hecht, chairman of the
Myron J. Brodie, executive vice nominating committee, also sub-
roject, and is in Miami to 1m- president of the Grsater Miami milted names of va ious other
jlemcnt this program.
The project has been introduced
0 the Jewish organizations in Mi-
imi, whose cooperation has been
requested to organize exhibits and
asting parties in temples, clubs
md condominiums.
Hadassah and Pioneer Women
if Miami have already assured
Buy Israel" of their cooperation
Meshulach, in his explanation of
he "Buy Israel" project, has
tressed the importance of increas-
ng the Israel export trade in the
oming year in view of the serious
eonomic situation caused by the
"om Kippur War.
The "Buy Israel" office is lo-
ated at 605 Lincoln Road Mall,
liami Bi ach.
JACOB MODANSKY
Belli Torah Israel Dinner of State
Scheduled Sunday at Deauville Hotel
JFCS, Sisterhood Present
Elizabeth Blake's Satire
Temple Or Olom Sisterhood and
Jewish Family and Children's
Services, Inc., a United Fund
Agency, were to present the Eliz-
abeth Blake play
Even" a provocative satire that
examines, with warmth and humor,
ome of the limits people put on
themselves and others through
thoughtless "role-playing" Thurs-
day at 8:30 p.m. in the Temple Or
vice presidents* Rabbi Sheldon
Ever, Louis Dublin. Max Hecht.
Rabbi Dov Rozencwaig, Maurice
oimon and Benjamin Turner, vice
presidents; Joseph Hoffenberg,
treasurer; Morris Hauser, record-
ing secretary; and Jerry Schech-
ter, financial secretary.
Jewish Federation, will be the candidates who were unanimously
r j u. ., elected to serve in their respective
guest speaker Friday night at 1
Temple Emanu-El, Miami1 _. ,,
old l Tne officers include Rev. Joseph ,
Beach. Brodie, who recently re- KranU Hyman Koiko, Rabbi David day evening, Dec. 20, at the Eden
luined from a United Jewish Lehrfield and Herman Eisenbcrg. Koc Hotel.
Appeal mission to Israel, will honorary presidents; Rabbi Jonah Following the meeting, Joseph
speak on "We Are One" at E. Caplan, Rev. Solomon Cooper Hofienberg hosted a brunch m
iho fllf) n m soruiro arul Dr- ISiac Unterman, honorary nonor of the newly elected officers
< and members of the board of di-
rectors.
Saturday Games Wl,t
Young Israel of Greater Miami
is holding a games night on Sat-
urday stating at 8:30 pm Res-
ervations are limited to 250. and
a trip to Israel will be presented
Modanky named Herman Eisen-
"Adam and l)er*J to serve as general chairman to one of the guests. The evening
for the forthcoming annual Schol- will also feature entertainment 1
arship Dinner to be held Thurs- and refreshments.
Preparations have been com- synagogue, said they expected this
plcted tor the Beth Torah Isia.l year's dinner to be successful for
Dinner ol State to be held Sunday Israel, Beth Torah, and tbe entire olom Social Hall.
'C?Lh ''Trnny^ r e [ Thcrt' is no admission charge;
lhc well-known Stu Granger So-
ciety Orchestra will provide music
for dancing at the 7 p.m. dinnei
hi the Deauville Hotel.
HY KATZ
evening at the Deauville Hotel in
Miami Beach.
Mr and Mrs. Richard Sneidcr
are to be honored at the Israel
Bend, dinner, and will receive the
State of I rael Masada Award for
their notabl? achievement and
leadership in fortifying the foun-
dat.ons of Israel.
The Hon. Ziedan Atashi. Con-
sul of Israel in .New York, will b.>
the guest speaker. Atashi is the
iir;t Arab member of Israel's con-
su.ar ccrps.
Hy Katz is serving as chairman
of the dinner-dance held on be-
half of Israel Bonds. Dr. and Mrs
Albert Cohen hosted a prep party
in their home in honor of the
Sneiders.
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, spiritual
leader of Beth Torah Congrega-
tion, and Seymour S. Rosen, presi- j
dent of tne North Miami Beach
Temple Beth Am
Musical Program
Funds to IEF
Sunday at 7:45 p.m.. the young
people of Temple Beth Ani will
present a musical benefit program
for the Israel Emergency Fund.
The evening will feature singing
by the Beth Americans and the
Beth Am Troubadours, both under
the direction of Harriet Pollock,
ir.d dancing by Rita Trilling and
ler religious school dancers.
Refreshments will be served and
ill proceeds will go directly to
he Israel Emergency Fund.
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Hudson County Club Meets
The Hudson Country Club of
New Jersey in Florida was to me-t
Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Amer
ican Savings and Loan Bldg., 1200
Lincoln Rd. All Jerteyitej are wel-
comed.
everyone is welcome. Sisterhood
pre-ident is Mrs. Paul Berger;
chairman for the evening is Mrs.
Herbert Seltman. Spiritual leader
is Rabbi David Baron.
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Prof. Sobel Ner Taniid's | Leslie A. Fiedler Sunday's Lecturer At Temple Israel
Dinner Speaker Nov. 25
Prof. B. Z. Sobel, de^rj of the
Faculty of Social Sciences at the
University of Haifa in Israel, will
be the guest speaker at Temple
j\,> TainitTs Israel Dinner of State
Sundav. Nov. 25, at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel, Milton M. Parson, ex-
ecutive director of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization,
has announced.
Prior to assuming his present
port in 1969, Prof. Sobel served
on the sociology faculty of Bran-
ded University and the University
of Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. David Krause will
receive the State of Israel Masada
Award at the Temple Ner Tamid
dinner. A prep party in their hon-
or was held last week at the Bay
Harbor Island home of Mr. and
Mrs Sol Frankel.
Maxwell Harris, president of the
Mam: Beach congregation, and Dr
Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leadei
of Temple Ner Tamid, expressed
confidence that this would be the
most successful Israel Bonds din-
Leslie A. Fiedler, Samuel L.
Clemens Professor of Literature at
the State University of New York
and one of the most distinguished'
authors and critics of our genera
tion, will be Sunday morning's
Greenfield Institute Serjfift, lec-
turer at Temple Israel of Greater
Miami.
PROF. B. Z. SOBlL
ler in Temple Ner Tamid's his-
tory. Murray Shaw is serving as
dinner chaiiman.
Gala Beth David Dinner To
Take Place Saturday Night
Miami's historic congregation,
Beth David, will hold its annual
Israel Dinner of State this Satur-
dj\ evening at the Fontainebleau
Hotel honoring Mr. and Mrs.
Herschel Rosenthal.
The Hon. Emanuel Shimoni.
Consul General of Israel in Phila-
d -lphia. will be the guest speaker.
The Rosenthals will receive the
State of Israel Masada Award,
which will be presented by Beth
David's spiritual leader. Rabbi Sol
lit, who said the Rosenthals
si : selected to receive this hon-
0 : their outstanding service
on behalf of the Slate of Israel
and the Jewish community.
A prep party for the event was
held at the Miami home of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Sholk. Sholk, who
is president of Beth David, is serv-
ing as chairman of Guardians and
Trustees.
Maxwell Waas is chairman of
the dinner at the Fontahi-bieau.
which will d? proceeded by an
| Israel Wine reception at 6:30 p.m.
; Music for dancing will be provided
i by the highly celebrated Lrinny
Dawson Society Orchestra.
Brandeis Luncheon Held
Brandeis University National
Women's Committee and the Uni-
versity of Miami Ring Theatre
Players joined forces for the re-
cent Brandeis Women's annual
ail luncheon in the Eden Roc
Hotel. Tne program included a
number of dramatic scenes and
musical presentations by the U-M
iovelies. Mrs. Sampson Sholes is
-resident of the Greater Miami
Chapter.
Dr. Zucker Forum Guest
Dr. Morris Zucker will be the
Suest speaker when the Spinoza
Forum meets on Thursday, Nov.
22, at 10 a.m. at 1234 Washington
Federal. Dr. Abraham Wolfson is
founder and director of the forum,
and Arnold Kleiner serves as chair-
man.
Single tickets are available at
the door before the lecture, which
begins at 10 o'clock.
An exploration of recent devel
opments in religious thought
through literary works will be the
theme of. Dr. Fiedler's talk which
he has titled "Naming the Gods."
Author of "The Last Jew in
America,'' "Love and Death in the
American Novel" and other works
which have influenced American
literary thought in the last decade
Dr. Fiedler was described in a
New York Times review as "an
acutely perceptive, discerning and
controvoriial anthropologist, lit-
erary critic, novelist, poet and so-
cial critic."
There will bp no lecture Nt>v.
25 because of the Thanksgiving
Day weekend, but Dec. 2 the Insti-
tute will present Dr. Oscar Han-
dlin, one of America's great his-
torians, speaking on "Ethnicity in
(.'nnterrnwrarv America "
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Friday, November 16, 191

Israel Bond Maccabee Montli
To Be Launched Here Sunday
Israel Hond Maccabee Month
will be launched Sunday io "broad-
en the scope of th.....i [oing Bonds
drive and achieve a respons
which will be appropriate to the
11 nitude of Israel's needs," ac-
cordin to Milton M, Parson, ex-
ecutive diiector of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization,
and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz,
South Florida Maccabee Month j
chairman,
Dr, Abramowitz explained thai
Maccabee Month would be ob-
il during l>> tween Nov. 18 and
the first day of ( hi nukah, Dec.
20 and '-"ill be utHized for a per-
Bon-to-person campaign in syna-
gogues and through Jewish organ-
ization: i" solicit a month's income
emergencj loan from each mem-
ber-family with a minimum enroll-
ment a- a Shomer Yisroel (pur-
chasers o! $1,000 or more of State
Of Israel Bonds).
Parson added thai Maccabee
Month would be observed on a
national level, and was adopted
at the urgent request of Israeli
Finance .Minister I'inehas Sapir.
In his latest message Io the Is-
rael Bond Organization, Sapir ex-
pressed Israel's gratitude for the
support which world Jewry has
already given to Israel but said,
"In this hour, we have a right to
ask and to demand that the Jew-
ish people outside of Israel pro-
vide much more.
"We are using all our available
resources to fight this war," he
added. "Therefore, we must ask
you. the Jews of North America,
to provide all of our Development
Budget of $642 million. It is
urgent that you do so because in
the present crisis our economic
I. \ [opmenl must nol be si
for day. The econom>
us the strength to defend
dui seh es."
As .i tani iblc act of supporl to
I he Shomer Yisroel program,
each oi the three national Mb
binic oi ganizations < Flefoi m, I n
servali' e, and Oil lodox) havi
initiated campai ;ns to < nroll ea< h
rabbi as a Shi n er i'is i el. Fur-
h -r, each rabbi i b ing asked to
evi l one daj i ach d
,.< At n h to enroll the
i ation and
her congrcga m as Sh i
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and Collins Avenue, Tuesday noon.
Mrs. Lenore Sandier is president.
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Greater Miami Israel Bonds executive committee. Dr. Mayer
Abramowitz, South Florida chairman of Maccabee Month,
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Jrw 1st Fkrldfeun
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Book Review Series Starts
For MB Hadassah Chapter
| Israel Current Events On AJConjr. Program
Monday at 12:30 p.m.. the Golda ing in the Seasons South, 50<
Meir Chapter, iiorida Women's lins Ave.
The MHami. Beach Chapter* of,
Hada.vsah board meeting will be
held on Monday at 10 a.m. at the
Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Emanuel
Mentz, president, will conduct the
meeting. The chapter's book re-
view series is opening Monday at
1:30 p.m. in the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Sophie Primal will review
"The Odessa File'" by Frederieh
Forsjth. Mrs. Irvine Spear is serv-
ing as chairman of the day.
Royal Maccabees Group will
meet in the Financial Federal, 755
Washington Ave., Monday at 7
p.m. Mrs. Dorothy Mondres, life
membership vice president of the
Miami Iladassali
To Feature TVs
Wavne Karris
y
Mrs. Eernard Mandler, president
of the Miami Chapter of Hadassah,
has announced that Wayne Farias,)
TV personality and news com-
mentator on Miami's Oh. 7, will \
spe.-.k at the chapter's open board
meeting at Fiichtcr Kail, Tempi,'
Israel, Monday at 10 a.m.
Fariss, who recently return-
ed fsom Israel where he toured
the fighting front, will report on
his i prejeions and experiences.
He vWll also relate his views on
Hadassah Installations and the
Hadassah -i ipital, where he spoke
with li soldiers and wit-
nessed, first hand, the treatment
.and care ol the wounded.
Mr. Fariss has featured brief
reports i:; Israel during his (> p.m,
news program and will present an
hour di Limentary on Israel
and the Yom Kippur War Sunday,
Dec. .
Ark's Designer
To Be Present
At Dedication
Josef Pelzig, prominent Amer-
ican Jewish artist and craftsman,
will lie in residence at Temple
Sinai of North Dade this weekend
for the Friday evening dedication
of the magnificent Ark which he
designed and executed for North
Dade's- Reform congregation.
The massive Ark, which makes
use of the 60' stone Bemah tower
against which the Torah scrolls
havie been placed, is enclosed by
bronze and copp*"- doors 13' high
and 10' wide. The design of th-
doors inehifles symbols of Jewish
festivals as part of the background,
which is in the shape of a me
norah.
The metal Ark was created to
add the final earth material to the
sanctuary which was designed and ,
built out of wood and stone, even
as was the ancient temple in Join
salem. Hanging over the Ark is a
beautiful eternal lilht in the shape
of the letter "shin," the letter
which begins the word for peai
and one of the words used for
God's name.
In addition to displaying some
of his other work. Mr. Pelziu will
also be available to the children of
the religious school during their
Sunday morning .classes. ___
Attami Itaciwi hapt- ofHadas-
;ah. wiil present a .-kit accom
'anicd by Mrs. Rose Glicka and
Mrs. Eva Carson. Mrs. Irene 15k n
.>aum will preside.
Triton Towers Group will meet
n Triton Hall Tuesday noon. Mrs
Sophie Primak will review a cur-
rent book. Refreshments will be
erved. Mrs. Morris Winawer wii!
preside.
Sophie Tucker Group will meet
at Coastal Towers, 400 Kings Point
Dr.. Tuesday noon. Mrs. Israel
Shapiro will be guest speaker. Mrs.
Toss Stern is program chairman
Mrs. Leo Podden will preside.
Louis D. Branieis Group will
meet at the Fontainebleau Hon!
Tuesday at 11:30 am. Mrs. Philip
Thau will preside.
Morton Towers Group will a
paid-up membership party Mon
day, N >v. 2fi. at noon, at the Eden
Roc Hotel. Mrs. Philip Houtz will
preside.
I he Commission on Jewish Affairs
iv. Israel, whose topic will be: "(ur-
"' ', rent Events in Israel." A discus-
..uii v. ili follow.
I Division) American Jewish Con- The program will feature Dora l" Hostesses will be Ruth Gold-
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Friday, November 16, 1973
Pictured at the meeting sponsored by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation at Temple Emanu-El Sunday n:ght are
(from left) Samuel I. Adler, Federation treasurer; Harry A.
Lev,-, vice president; Israeli Foreign Minister Abba Eban,
who addressed the gathering and Morton Silberman, who
is serving as 1374 CJA-IEF chairman.
S-
: *
Here Israel's top representative is shown with Mrs. "rlich-
crd D. Levy, campaign vice president tor Federation's Wom-
en's Division, and Mr. Levy who serves on Federation's
board of directors.
isrceii Foreign Minister Abba Ebcn center) is Fanked by
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Levitz (left) and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
ftevitz.
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ADMISSION PRICE $2.50 & $2.00 ALL SEATS RESERVED
Tickets on sale at All Lodges & Chapters and at
Auditorium Bex Office on November 16-17 23 & 24
Fourth Tikvah
Class Formed
Rabbi S m .,: Friedmait ex
eeutive din Soul ieasi K' gj jn
UnitWPiynagoget of AfnVnrti.'Wis
announced the formation of -the
ourth in a nea ol Tikvah pro-
.'ram- h h are geared io uro-
,ioo -. i ialized Hebrew study
classes for exceptional children.
These ila<>os are designed for
tducable mentally retarded chil-
iren and children with diagnosed
ipecific learning disabilities who
are in specialized programs in
public or private schools. Trained
, in.-tructors arc supplied and paid
for by the Tikvah Commission 01
the Southeast Region.
The new class, which will begin
_>n Sunday at Temple Zion. 8000
filler Rd is geared to the chil-
;ren with diagnosed learning dis-
unities, and will enable these
.'hildren to have a Hebrew-Jewish
.-ducation on their learning level.
Classes will meet every Sun-
lay and the children will learn at
heir own pace. Persons requiring
further inftrmation should call
Herzl Honor.
Two other classes arc held
presently at Sunland Training
Center and a third class at Con-
gregation B'nai Raphael. Parents
interested in the B'nai Raphael
class should contact the regional
office.
Ted and Magda Boc.in To Receive
Hebrew Academy's Highest Award
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bodin will re-
Academy Award of tiic
Greater
i Miaxni'iUebrew 'JVcwWW
TID anl MAGDA BODIN
at the Miami Beact> s-nool's 26th
annual Scholarship Dinner Dec. 23
at the Fontainebleau Hotel, it was
announced Wednesday by presi-
dent Irving Firtcl.
Ted and Magda Bod:n will be
isented with the highest award
of the Smith's largest Hebrew day
: in recognition of/--their but*
:ontributions to and !ead-
"'i -,i for the 0*eatJf Mia-W-Ue.:
brew Academy, the State oi Israel
,ind the Jewish coniifHini>
A meeting of the- dinner
mittce will be held Sunday" g(o,rn-
ing ai 10 a.m. in the Hebrew'Aca I-
,n> cafeteria, according to !. if
Abrams, chairman of the exe'eu-
,.\i committee
Bodin, an internationally re-
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ient of Bodin Knits "and a inemjx r
>f the Academy and Bejh Shojom
boards of directors. He is a mem-
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Israel Bonds Organization. .
Mrs. Bodin, who has modeled
pro.cssionahy and has .prortuu ,1
outstanding fashion, show's for na-
tional and local organizations, was
.. balierina and has danced in such
showplaces as the Metropolitan
jpc;a House in New York.
Regency Singles Dance
Tne Regenc.v dingles of Miami
Beach has slated a dance, cock-
tail; and show at the Montmartre
Hotel Sunday at 8:30 p.m. Monday
at 8 p.m. in the Washington Fed-
oral. 1133 71st St.. the group will
hear a talk by Police Sergeant
I ar! Ward on "Protective Measures
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*Jtm1stiFk>r*aar
PaTe 7-3
"Rabbis Groner And Simon To
Be Honored At Annual Dinner
Rabbis Abraham Groner and I
Milton Simon, Roshei Yeshiva of
the Louis Merwitzer Senior High
KABBI ABRAHAM GRONK
School of Greater Miami, will be
guests of honor at the 13th an-
nual Scholarship Dinner of the
Miami Beach school Dec. 2 at the
Crown Hotel.
|
Announcement of their selection
j
was made Wednesday by Samuel
Reinhard, dinner committee chair-
man, and by Moses J. Grundwerg,
Mesivta president.
Rabbis Groner and Simon, dean?
Ziturah Ensemble
Prepares Concert
For Feb. 1971
The Zimrah Fnsemble is a choir
and mjndol.n group sponsored by
the ''' band Leh diker '< anch.
Joseph P ?uckerman i~ pre id 'it
of I'M' branch and Ms. .'a-ict Ro-
binson i- president of the Zimrah
Ensemble.
Rehearsals are held every Mon-
day at 7:30 p.m. in the music room '
of the Ida Fisher High Schol. 1424
Drexel Ave., under Ihe leadership
of Shmuel Fershko, composer and
pianist.
The Ensemble is now preparing
for its fifth annual concert to be
held at the Miami Beach Audito
rium, Feb. 23. It is still accepting
singers and mandolin players.
.)f the Mesivta almost since its
nception, we.e classmates at, and I
i eeeived their rabbinical degrees
' rom Te!she Yeshiva in Cleve-
land. They have worked closely j
with Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,'
principal, in enlarging the scope
of the Me ivta, named in memory '
of the late Louis Merwitzer, who
was president of the Greater Mi-
imi Hebrew Academy, with which
the Mesivta is affiliated
Rabbi Groner also serves as !
spiritual leader of Congregation
Etz Chaim of Miami Beach. Kabbi
Simon is instructor of Talmud ai
Beth Israel Congregation of Miami
Beach and teaches at the Hebrew :
Academy.
At a planning meeting held at
the Miami Beach home of Mr. am
Mrs. Edmundo Rosenberg. Grund
werg and Reinhard reported on
formation of a dinner committee
and plans for the Dec. 2 dinner.
Rose Kotler, executive adminis- i
trator, and Rabbi Groner described
the year's educational program
Robert Entin, who together with
Nathaniel Zemel, is chairman of
the Mesivta building committee,
ave the reception guests a pre-
view of the plans for a new Mesiv
ta building, which will be unveiled
at the banquet.
Others who participated in the
lanning session were Rabbi Tibor
Stern of Jacob C. Cohen Commu
nity Synagogue am! Rabbi Moide-
chai Shapiro of Beth Israel Con-
gregation.
Rose Schwartz is ticket chair
man.
Romanelli To Speak Sunday
At Hillel House Brunch
JWV Ladies Auxiliaries Add
Holiday Spirit to Sunland
The activities of the Department : residents of the Perriwinkle Cot-i
of Ftorida, Jewish War Veterans ] tage at the Sunland Training Cen-'
Ladies Auxiliaries for this week ter Sunday afternoon. Lou Brigiot-
are as follows: j ti, a member of Post No. 330, will
Norman Bruce Brown 174: A so- j entertain with magic tricks. Evelyn
Detky is child welfare chairman
and Pearl Herman is aoxlliary
president.
cial membership party will be held
Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. at the
Pythian Hall, 4801 W. Flagler St.
Pauline Smith is membership
chairman and Esther Jacobs is
auxiliary president.
Robert K. FraittbUn 177: A
cabaret nite will be held Saturday
at 9 p.m. at the Montmartre Ho-
tel. A regular meeting will be held
Wednesday at 8:15 p.m. at the
Home Federal, Hallandale. Rose
Hecht is auxiliary president.
Hiaieah Miami Springs
Diana Davis, child welfare chair-
man, assisted by Ann McCullers.
Rae Ehrlich, and Lillian Kinsler.
will visit the Fern and Caladium.
the two sponsored cottages of the
auxiliary, at the Sunland Train-
ing Center, Saturday.
Colonel David Marcus 746: A
regular meeting will be held Wed-
nesday evening at the Financial
Federal. 600 \\V 183rd St. Betty
Ott, child welfare chairman, as-
sisted by Ann Trager, have ar-
ranged a birthday party for the
residents of the Pfimrose I
at the Sunland Training I
Sunday afternoon.
Miami Beach SSt! A Thank
ing party will be given to the
Cultural Forum
Plans Lectures
The Hebrew Cultural Forum
board of directors planned the or-
ganization's activities for the com-
ing season at a recent meeting. A
lecture series on cultural and lit-
681: i erary subjects with a number of
out of town speakers will be in-
cluded as well as holiday celebra-
tions.
Rabbi I^on Goldberger will open
the lecture series Wednesday at 2
p.m. in the social hall of the
American Savings and Loan Assn.,
1200 Lincoln Rd. His tapic will be
"The Contribution of the Hassidii
Movement Towards the Upbuild-
ing of Hi" State of Israel."
A study group which has been
organized will examine the moral
thical teachings of the proph
ets. This com- e is tinder the Joinl
pons rship of the Cultural Forum
and the Central Agency for Jew-
ish Education directed by Hertert
Zvi Berger.
JOEROMANELLI
Students from Greater Miami are
invited to attend a Sunday noon
brunch at Hillel House on th?
University of Miami campus, Coral
Gables.
The guest speaker, who has been
brought here by the Israel Aliyah
Center in Miami, is Joe Romanelli,
a 33-year-old American who immi
grated to Israel in 1972 and pres '.
ently is the assistant spokesman at
the Jewish Agency in Jerusalem i
and is responsible for public rela j
tions of the Department of Immi-
gratlon and Absorption.
Romanelli previously served the
State Department, Washington,
D.C., in the Latin American De I
partment and was also a third sec-;
rotary to the U.S. Embassy in Costa
Rica and vice consul at the U.S.
Consulate in St. John's, Newfound-
land, Canada.
Romanelli speaks five languages:
English, Hebrew, Spanish, French
and Italian.. He was in Israel dur-
ing the recent war, and will speak
on the current situation there and
also of the integration and rote of
the young American immigrant in
Israel.
Dance For Singles Friday
Single Parents of Miami Beach
will have a dance and cocktail
party at 9 p.m. in the Hemis-
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single guys and gals from 24 to 50
are invited.
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Friday. November 16, -1973
Lucy
8 Great Act to Catch But
She's Also Filled with LOVE
By ROSEMARY 1 I KM AN
A tall, attractive 50ish woman
with a good figure and even bet-
ter legs walks into the classroom
and stands in front of the desk.
She places her purse behind her,
lights one of the many cigarettes
she will smoke during the three-
hour Parent Effectiveness Train-
ing piogram she is about to con-
duct, and begins her act.
She has got together an enter-
tainment for the benefit of the
men and women who have come
from all over Miami to seriously
learn about child rearing.
SHE SPEAKS in ;i soft New
York accent, and if you think
thai'- a contradiction in terms,
you should watch her make i
rather banal human relations
study, replete with role playing
l>ul i- not, repeal, is not group
therapy, become one of the most
important classes her participants
will have ever taken.
Ladies and gentlemen: .Meet
Lucj '.: '.in. a Miami happening.
Catch her .'it your local temple,
YWH (or CA i. neighborhood
-rli' i '. inj" I.e. e v here there's a
twenty p irents who, in
her ords, "are bleeding."
Bi who i.~ Lucy? \\ here did
she me from? What is the
chart ma thai make.- her classes
shim a id othei s where the same
subji cl is cov< red, jusl terribly
dull?
THAT'S WHAT I set out to
discover when I interviewed l.uev
at her office in Coral Cables in
the Children's Psychiatric Clinic.
Maybe it's her background. She
says:
"My family was lower middle
class Jewish. But my father was
a student of the Talmud, and
whenever 1 had any problems
he'd say, 'Well, let's see what the
sages have to say about it.' It was
never a lecture, just advice that
had been passed down for four
thousand years."
Not many of us are lucky
enough to have such a father.
She also speaks of her mother
and her older sister who both
live in Miami and are strong in-
fluences on her.
O.K., so some of her sturdiness
is due to her strong sense of
family.
Then she talks of her col-
leagues in the social work field,
and you get another kind of in-
sight.
"They have to be menchen.'
If 1 were looking for help. I'd
want someone who can handle
his own problems, someone who
is congruent, together. I'd want
someone who is no less than
'menchlichkeit'."
I'M SURPRISED at Lucy's Yid-
dishisms (she never once gave
hei.-elf away in class), but I be-
gin to understand some of this
lady's own effectiveness, that
quality of being at one with your-
self, and having some guts.
That's what a lot of living is:
it's what Lucy teaches, and this
is what you feel when you're
around her: a "mechlichkeit,"
warmth mixed with integrity.
Yet she's not smothering in her
own warmthyou know, the type
that's so professional at "relat-
ing" that you end up having a
Btaring contesl to see who can
look who most directly in the
eyes.
She's a ribald, -- \y dame and
I found myself menially ticking
off names of possibly eligible
men, but none come to mind,
flow many "middle aged" men
want to "rap" with a "hip" lady
who works 15 hours a day and
understood the film, "O Lucy
Man." No way.
LUCY, THEN, has been wid-
owed 15 years and it hasn't been
easy. I asked her to describe be-
ing alone.
"It's awful. When my husband
was alive we had a large circle
of friends, couples. But when he
died, although my friends kept in
touch, I just didn't fit it. It's like,
would trust no adults, wouldn't
even take an ice cream cone from
her. After weeks of movie-going,
playground-going and ongoing
conversation, he tinally came
around and was ready to meet a
new set of parents.
BEFORE HE left for his ap-
pointment, he whispered to Lucy,
"I hope I make it."
He did. and she had to let him
go. But when Lucy told that
story, tears ran down her face.
The hard professional.
No, I thought, she's just a fun-
ny, gentle, loving "mench" and
a great act to catch.
Father-Child Dinner, Essay Gofltest
Wednesday at Temple Beth Am
The Temple Beth Am annual
father-child dinner will be t
ed the winning father, and a %ZS
savings bond will go to the win
father-ch.ld ainne. *' ing child. AU entries must be. in
tt&*#f^\&"^office by Friday-
Dmket'-ls serving as charrmart.
There will be entertainment and
urprises for the childien. At-
tendance Will b limited to the
first 300 reservations.
As at last year's dinner, there
will be an essay contest. The child
must complete the phrase "My j
father is the greatest father in j
ihe world because with j
answers limited to no more than
>ne paragraph.
The child should indicate his or
her class level in Sunday School.
An engraved trophy will be award-
Because some fathers may no'.
be available, this year, mothers
may bring their children. Reserva-
tions can be made at the temple.
Single Parents Host Party
Single Parents of Miami Beach,
serving the singles, widowed and
divorced 25-48, will host a Thanks
giving Party, Wednesday at 9 p.m
in the Fontainebleau Hotel, Miami
Beach There will be dancing anl
entertainment.
LUCY tSTKIN
I didn't mak- It:
and 1 have io die.
I don't fit in
: et's face it. it's a cou
worl I Bui l do have good girl
fi h nds, and w.....I >i ther for
: and ilk about politics and
personal problems and anything
at all, and we li.ive a good time.
I'm a people person. I would
never I awl to .- o a bui di
I,lit I'd go ji,.\\ here to sec a
friend."
BECAUSE LUCY has ha
much experi nee with loneliness,
she counsels many divorcees in
her practice as a Dsychiatrir so
cial worker m the nonprofit
Children's Clinic, she calls this
"survival training." .lust teach-
ing people how to grin and bear
it. That's a lot of Lucy's secret:
her solid, just-dcal-with-theprob-
lem attitude.
Her two sons help her. She
glows when she talks of them,
but she's careful not to seem a
doting mother.
"I can't say I love my children,
that would be too corny. We all
love our children, .J>ut I like
them. Thpywli ybe with. One
lives in Miami and one at Gaines-
ville, but they touch base often,
and I hope they continue to
throughout their Jives."
Cutting the Oedipal cord, how
PAMHA DAViS
PAMELA DAVIS ENGAGED
TO BARRY DAVID BROWN
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Davis an- ;
nounce the engagement of their ;
daughter, Pamela Cherie, to Barry '
David Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Brown, former residents of
Roselle. N.J., who now make their
home in Miami.
Miss Davis graduated from Penn-
sylvania State University, where
he was a member of Alpha Xi
Delta sorority, and is presently
enrolled in the University of Mi-
ami graduate school. Her fiance
ever, is a necessary part of Lircy's graduated from the University of
dictum. That, and getting Jewish
parents to not giv*> their kids too
much, and Gentile ones to not
guide their kids too much.
WHEN LUCY'S husband died,
she was forced to go back to
school for a Master's degree. She
studied at the University of Ten-
nessee (her sister lived near
there) under Abraham Mazlow,
ine of the leaders of the human-
istic psychology movement, and
the pet course she teaches is
based on the beliefs of Carl
Rogers, one of Ma/.low's disciples.
Ma/low believed that man is
lonely and wants desperately to
relate to someone. Parent Effec-
tiveness Training teaches us old
folks how jtU relate to our kids.
A technique' called "active listen-
ing" is the basis of the course.
When your child has a prob-
lem, you "active listen" him
rather than advise him. question
him, or even support him. And
you never take over his pioblem
as your own. If- cognizing and
understanding the child's position
is all we a- parents are equipped
or expected to do.
BUT I still have not isolated
Lucy's uniqueness. She's funny
(her classes really are show bi/).
she tough, but not so tough that
her eye didn't twitch throughout
our interview, she's cooperative
and loving.
I remember a class in which
she was warning us of the dan-
gers of becoming attached to
one's patients and maybe the
clue is in that story. "You've got
to be professional." To illustrate
how difficult that sometimes is.
she told a story of a young boy
whom she was preparing for
adoption. His original parents
had deserted him; the people who
adopted him next ignored him.
By the time Lucy met him, he
Miami and is now working towards
his master's degree there.
The couple is planning on Au-
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The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholoni of Greater Miami will hold
jts annual "Literary Luncheon"
Wednesday, Nov. 28, at noon in
the Sisterhood Lounge of the tem-
ple. 4144 Chase Avc., Miami Beach.
Mrs. Irving Miller, president of
the Sisterhood, announced that Dr.
Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of
the temple, and Mrs. Joseph Nevel,
library chairman and well-known
'Groat Books" leader, will present
a review and discussion of "In the
Days of Simon Stern" by Arthur
Cohen, described as "the most
masterful Jewish novel of our gen-
eration."
The committee in charge of the
luncheon, which will benefit the
Siiolom Library, is headed by
Fferbert Jaffe and includes
Mrs. Peter Weis.-man. Mis. Al-
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Mrs. .I'v-e-h S. Bull-in of Miami. '
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l ,i mi ml i' of the board of di-
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i Tet pie Sisterhoods, parti:i
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innivi ., i nvention in New
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' ; bin, wh ler i
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ongn gati< ns.
Sisterhood Plans
Observance Of
Jewish Books
The Sisterhood of Sky Lake
Synagogue will obsctve Jewish
Book Month at a joint meeting of
synagogue members Tuesday in
the synagogue.
An 8 p.m. business meeting will
precede the program which will
feature Mrs. Sam Rock who will
review the book 'In Praise of
Yiddish."
Mrs Nathan Brender is Sister-
, hood president, and Mrs. Jonah
: Caplan is program chairman.
Hospital's Gala
Set For Saturday
At Doral Beach
South Shore Hospital's fifth an-
nual !t:iikI ball is scheduled to
ake place at the Doral Beach Ho-
,el Saturday at 7 p.m.
Philanthropist Elise Adams is j
patroness of the ball; Mrs. Sey-1
nour Fine is president of the hos-
pital women's auxiliary.
Serving as chairmen of the ball i
ire Mrs. James Todd and Mrs. '
\ifford Pierce with committee '
nembers Mrs. Steve Bernard. Mrs
Lloyd Cooper, Mrs. Leonard Gritz.
Irs. E>.*a.d I.evinson, Mrs. Lewis
tutstein, Anna Singer. Henrietta
Fine, Mrs. Marshall Zucker and
.liss Helen Todd.
Mrs. Steve Be nard. Mrs. Harry
irodie, (Hive Delahunt, Henrietta
Fine, K;ther Shapiro. Miss Eunice
Silverman, Anna Singer, Rose
ivardiik, Miss Helen Ti.dd and
ii-s Teny Will will rve as
- i s ol the black tie affair.
Because \ II be un-
b i; to atti nd Ihe gals Mi -. I
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With ISABEL GKOVfc
Edith Cannon, Dr. Hynuui Merlin, his wife, Esther, and Dr.
Stanley Cannon were guests at a party hosted by Dr. Maneel
Carbonell, his wife, Maria, and Joseph and Elizabeth Robbie, co-
chairmen for the 23rd Annual Mercy Hospital Charity Ball. Com-
mittee members and invited guests mixed business with pleasure,
meeting over cocktails to finalize plans for the gala event, to be
held Friday night at the' Americana Hotel, Bal Harbor.
* .
Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April returned recently from Israel
where they spent the High Holy Days and Sukkoth. We know
there was more than just holidaying in Israel, but the Aprils ar
keeping that part to thimsslves.
A most enthusiastic and observant card from Alex and Reyna
Younseiman who are touring the Orient which they find "a rev-
elation, with contrasts on all sides'." Reyna's artist.c soul finds
mv-fcism Industrialization, and primitive livina atong-aid
modernity and much breathtaking beauty throughout, it has
been an extraordinarily eventful trip an.-l 1 hope the Youi
mans survive. Their experiences Included "an earthquake in
japan, a hi lacking in iron, Kong, a typhoon in Taiwan, and a
revolution in Bangkok." Quite a memorable trip!
Pioneer V. oi *.".-
Plan Installation
And A Meeting
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Club \o. 2 ol Ploneei Women
mIi hold its instal ation m
.Monday ai 1 p.m. at 'he Washing-
ton Federal, 1234 Washington Ave.
li^eia Gutter, vice president ol
he South Fioida Council, will lie
installing officer. Bertha Lieb-
nann. president of Ciub 2, will
conduct the meeting.
Aviva Chapter will hold its reg-
ular meeting Wednesday noon at
he Washington Federal. 633 NE
167th St. Program chaiiman, Ray
Sandelburn, has planned a pro-
gram on "Buy Israel Products."
Harriet Green, council president,
wiil be guest speaker.
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Graduate Club Socials
The next gatherin \ of the Gradu-
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their 20"s and 30's. is set for Sun-
day starting at 7 p.m. at the Du-
Pont Piaza Hotel. Guest speaker
will be Dr. Merry Sue Haber,
clinical psychologist, whose topic
] will be "A Rational Approach to
Everday Living."
Israel Workshop In Art
Over the weekend. Temple Is-
rael's youth group will be host to new adut ^ at Leg,o Park
Day Care For Seniors?
Miami City Commissioner Rose
Gordon will propose the establish-
ment of a pilot day care center for
senior citizens at the next regular
meeting of the City Commission,
Wednesday. She will propose that
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Bar Mitzvali
RITCHIE LUCAS
Mitzvali of Ritchie H.
]! be included in the serv-
X mple Or Olom Saturday.
17.
The celebrant, son of Mr. and
Mrs, Leonard H. Lucas. 1845 S\\
- i. attends Rockway Junior
School, where he is in the
lel.hth grade. He has played
I League baseball for two
I,- hampionship teams and won
i ies in bowling during the last
11 years.
Richie will be feted at a recep
11:,-, for invited guests at ("rooked
Country Club Saturday eve
His grandmother. Mrs. MoJlie
Victor, and grandfather. Jules Lu-
cas, will share in the festivities.
Al<> presenl ^^'i11 be Mr. and Mrs.
p Cohen. Mrs. N. Moss and other
uncles and cousins. Mr. and
:. Halpern, Mr. and Mrs. G
in, and Mr. and Mrs. B. Go
I: from Pennsylvania and New
* *
KENNETH DF.MSEY
Kenneth, the son of Mr. and
Mrs Harry Demsey. will be a Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Menorah Satur
day morning. Nov. 17.
Kenneth is a student at Nautilus
',::.it: High School.
ft ft ft
CLAIRE KORN
re, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
n Knrn. will become a Bat
; h, Friday evening, Nov. lfi,
p!e Menorah
(1: ire is an eighth grade student
at Nautilus Junior High School.
Following services there will be
-'hahbat. A reception and
II also be held in Claire's
Wednesday. Nov. 21, at the
Motel.
ft ft ft
SCOTT WETTER
Scott Wetter, son of Mr. and
Mrs lames Reagan of Hialeah will
Mitzvah Saturday, Nov. 17.
mple Tifereth Israel.
Kiddush will b" hosted by the
int's parents after the cere-
ft ft ft
DANIEL KROP
Daniel Steven, son of Dr. and
'-.- i M Krop, ill be-
B ir Mil :\ ah Saturday, Nov.
I" I Emanu El.
iel i~ an eighth grade stu
: Ihr Lehrman Day School of
e Emanu-El. He i> a mem
ber oi iii" Bal Korem clai >i
Ei lanu El and of the Can-
Pn aratory School of the Cen-
\ |encj' for Jewi ;h Education.
\ lent of th violin, he is a
of the Carmen Nappo
. Florida Youth Symphony.
celebrant will be honored
with a reception at the Diplomat
try Club. His grandmothers.
Mrs Israel Krop and Mrs. Samuel
i r, will attend the event.
ft ft
ANDREW QUARTIN
Andrew Alan, son of Stephen and
Mary Quartin, will be called to the
T irah on the occasion of his Bar
i Saturday, Nov. 17. at Tern
Beth Am.
Andrew attends Richmond
Jits Junior High School where
fco is a straight 'A' student and a
member of the Junior National
Honor Society. He is also a mem
of the D# Music Club, a branch
of the National Federation of Mu-
Bi( Clubs where he has attained
two superior ratings for piano solo.
Immediately following the cere-
mony there will be a Kiddush in
'he temple youth lounge. Saturday
evening, friends and relatives of
'he family will celebrate with a
cocktail party, dinner and dancing
al Westview Country Club.
Sharing this happy occasion with
Andrew and his parents will be his
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Langsam and Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Quartin, and his great grand-,
mother, Mrs. Minnie I.angsam.
ft ft ft
PAMELA SEZZIN
The Bat Mitzvah of Pamela,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Macy Sez-
zin of 2310 Arch Creek Dr., will
be observed during Friday evening
services at Temple Beth Moshe
Nov. 16.
An eighth grade student at
North Miami Junior High School,
Pamela plays flute in the sell il
-and.
Dr. ami Mrs. Sew.in -vi'l host the
Oneg Shabbal in honor of the cele-
branl with out-of-town guests in
attendance.
-
JEFFREY CORNFELI)
Jeffrey David, the son of Dr.
and Mrs. Robert Cornfeld, will con-
duel the worship service and read
from the Torah Saturday. Nov. 17,
when he becomes Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Both El, Hollywood.
The cHebrant is a student at
Nova Middle School, where he is in
the eighth grade.
Dr. and Mrs. Cornfeld will spon
-or the Oneg Shabbat in honor of
she occasion. Among the honored
quests will be Jeffrey's grandpar
>nts. Mrs. Abraham Kovadlo of
Hollywood and Mr. and Mrs. Sha
lorn Cornfeld of North Miami
Beach.
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ELI BERENS
Saturday morning, Nov. 17. Eli
Seth, son of Mrs. Yolana Berens.
will be Bar Mitzvah in the main
sanctuary of Temple Ner Tamid.
Eli is a student at Nautilus Jun-
ior High School and attends Ner
Tamid Religious School.
Kenneth Demsey Jeffrey Cohen
Claire Horn
Andrew Quartin
Ritchie lucos
Spiegel Honoree Al Hallandale's Annual Dinner
Jack Spiegel, president, will be gation for the past two years, and
^ue;t of honor at the annual con-
lonal dinner Sunday at 6
p.m. in the Hailandaie Jewish Cen-
ter.
Spiegel has earned the regard
nd esteem of the entire congre-
under his able and dynamic lead-
trship the congregation has fjrown
by haps and hounds. It is now
numbered among the ieading Con-
servative congregations in Brow
ard County, That evening will be
in the form of a
dedicated efforts
ni' ni-.
tribute for his
and achieve-
Dr. Greenberg Panelist On Ch. 2 Heart Disease forum
r. Jack .1. Greenherg, chairman; the area, will discuss South Flor-
ida's most recent preventive, de-
tective and treatment techniques
for heart disease. He will also
narrate a film of bypass surgery
performed by Dr. Carlos Lombardo
at .Mercy Hospital.
of the Department of Thoracic and
Cardiovascular Surgery, and act-
ing director of Surgical Services
at Mount Sinai Medical Center, will
be a featured panelist when Ch. 2
presents a local followup to the
first in a series of a nationally
televised program called "The Kill-
ers." The first segment. "Heart
Disease: the 20th Century Epi-
demic." will be aired Monday a!
8 p.m.. with the local show follow-
in: ..! 9:30 p.m.
Dr. Greenberg. vice president of
the Florida Heart Association and
several other notd physicians in
Vice president Nathan Goldberg
ind Sisterhood president Marian
Frank.in are chairmen of the din-
ner and Art Canon will be chair-
man of the program.
Participating in the program
will be Cantor Jacob Danziger,
Bernard Kramer, president of the
Men's Club, and Marian Franklin,
president of Sisterhood. The main
address will be delivered by Rabbi
Harry K. Schwartz, spiritual lead-
er of the congregation
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
ice and a reception in Eli's honor
will be held at his home. Out-of-
town guests will includes aunts,
uncles and cousins Dr. and 'Irs.
Abraham Berens, Mr. and Mrs.
Sheldon Berens. Mort Gerberg, Mr.
and Mrs. George Moskowitz, and
Mrs. H. Nadler of New York; Mr.
and Mrs, Wm, Grossman of Ot-
towa, Canada: Mrs. Martin Ilkow
of Detroit. Mich.; Mr. and Mis.
Mac Levine of West Palm Beach
and Mr. and Mrs. Murray Levine
of Hollywood.
ft
ROGER SPITZER
Roger Daniel, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Norman Spitzer, will be called
to read a portion of the Torah at
his Bar Mitzvah Saturday. Nov. 17.
at Temple Judea of Coral Gald'es
Rober, an eighth grade honor stu-
dent at v'o'.ith Miami Junior High
School and an honor student at
Temple Jude i Reli lii us S :hoo!, is
,i member of Bo. S( I OOP 84
He pai' Dad : County's
accelerated math program at Mi-
ami-Dade Communitj College. James Genaro, an affiliate ol
Roger wjll !v nonored a1 ., World Vide Management. Inc.,
Kin.:- Bay Country has been appointed c
luncheon in
Club following hi !' ir M tzvah
Cell brating with his family
his grandparents, Mrs. Albert Mor-
roll of Orlando, and Mr. and Mrs
Henry Spitzer of Jacksonville, who
manager of the restaurant and
lounge operations at Holly-
b:oc'.< Gclf and Tennis Club
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JEFFREY COHEN
Jeffrey Allan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Cohen. 45 Shore
Drive N., will observe his Bar
Mitzvah during services at Beth
David Congregation on Saturday.
Nov. 17.
The celebrant is in the eighth
grade at Gulliver Academy and
plays chess, tennis and football.
Mr. ami Mrs. Cohen will honor
their son at a reception in the
Eden Hoc Hotel. Among guests
will be Jeffrey's grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. John Feller and Mr. and
Mrs. Max Cohen of Miami.
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Friday, November 16, 1973
Rabbi Kirshblum To Speak
! At Nov. 26 Rally For Israel
Rabbi Mnrrk'cai Ki shblum. .is- for Israel Nov. 26 at the Barcelona
sociatc thai, man of thi- ImmiKra- Hotel.
lion Department lor the Jewish
RABBI MORDCCAI KIRSHBLUM
y .,iu! the W or d Zionisl Or
ati n, w ill si oak al a Rally
He will deliver a "Report from
Jerusalem" at the meeting free
jnd open to the general public.
The rally is sponsored by the
American Zionist Federation and
the Israel Aliyah office.
Cosponsors ol the session in-
clude Hadassah. B'nai Zion, Pio-
neer Women, Mizrachi, the Labor
Zionist Alliance and the American
Jewish League for Israel.
Announcement of Rabbi Kirsh-
blnm's visit here was made Wed-
nesdaj b) Mrs. Milton Green, na-
ilonal vice president of the Amer-
ican Zionist Federation and presi-
li nl of the South Florida Zionist
Federation.
Rabbi Kirshblum, one of Amer-
ica's most active Zionist leaders
prior to his own Aliyah to Israel
,n 1968, is a member of the Ex
ecutive ol the reconstituted Jew-
ish Agency. He formerly served
is a member of the American Sec
ion of the Jewish Agency Kxecu-
ive, and was head ol the Aliyah
ml Torah Education and Culture
lepartments of tin organization.
SpecL I Ceremonies Sunday Mark
Opening of Temple Sinai's School
Sunday morning has been des
Ignated as the day when the chil-
dren of-Tcmpie Sffiats Synagogue
School will at las) move into then
II m building.
The children, who have been
studying in temporary quarters at
John F. Kennedy Junior High
School, will be escorted into their
new classrooms during a special
jeiemony at 9 a.m. Mr. and Mrs.
Georgie Jessel, the "toastmas-
'er of America," will costar
with Yaffa Yarkoni, Israeli
songstress, in Saturday eve-
ning's "Israeli Nile" show al
;he Miami Beach Auditorium,
which is being sponsored by
he Florida Council for Sovie'
lewry. Tickets for the 8:30 p.m.
oerlormance are available at
he box office.
readv made a remarkable reputa-
ion for itself in the North Dade
jrea despite its newness. The
chool building will also be used
or youth activities and will house
.,,,.- sponsored by the Central
Vgency for Jewish Education of
jreater Miami.
The new school building, de-
igned by Russell Wooster Asso-
.e.emony al a.m. ........ riates, executed by the Burl Con-
,1-vin Ro-enb.um, alter whom the -tlUction Company and financed
,-hool building Is being named. by the Second National Ban* will
1 will affix a mezuzzah to the door. i n0use close to 450 children in H8
I 4 air conditioned and carpeted
At 11 am. Rep. William Lehman '.lassrooms.
.vill personally present an Amer- ;
' can flag to Temple Sinai which The hard working Building Com-
1 .nittee under the cochairmar,ship
jf George Berlin. Dr. Val 3:och
,nd Sidney Waiker have super-
iriaed the constiuction. F.-obi
Ralph P. Kingsley supervises the
ij nagogue's religious education
(rosram. Richard Siege! is Teov
j vvill be laiscd at that time.
I The classrooms will not only be
ised for religious instruction on
iunday mornings and dining the
mid week Hebrew classes. The
building also hou fast growing "Gan Yeladim"
ffJ^rtSUhwTE .1-J le Sinai's eduction dir
Beth El Hostinq Breakfast In Honor Of New Members
remple Beth El Hollywood, is Classes in Beginners' and Con
hostin^ a continental breakfast i" versational Hebrew meet at the
i ,. members Sunday temple Mondays al i):\r> a.m. and
al | :30 a.m. in its robin Audito- n 8 p.m. Rabbi Samuel '/.. Jaffe
rium i v ificers and chairmen conducts .i bi-weekly "Living
will meel with them and explain Bible'' class every other Mondaj
the varied p the temple at 10:30 a.m. in the chapel,
has to offer. -----------------------------------
Junior Auxiliary Luncheon
The Junior Auxiliary of the Mi
Tropical Park's
Season Opens In
Calder Facility
Tropical Park kicks off its tradi
ional 49-d ly wind r set n of
thoroughbred racing listed by
. Pace Course in North Dade
his weekend.
Yeshiva Day School Memorial ^embly
Rabbi Stanley B. Weiss, prlnci- 'n^f^^^^Sf^'SS
pal of Yeshiva Day School, held mounded and for peace In t.ie
a special mem'rial assembly foi Middle East,
the school students, ranging from Now in its third year, Yes
uir.-e.y through seventh grade, r>ay School, lcated at ^JKLNE 171sl
.oi the Israeli u;u- dead. Special .,; is affiliated with iran
racers were recited for the fall- 'Mesorah.________ _.
Dr. Levin Volynteers
volunteered his services and is
now on dutj in Israel. Joi 1 -- the
Joel M. Levin, M.n., a general on 0f Dr. and Mrs. Nathan* (?-
and plastic surgeon who has been jn ()f Miami n? -dn(\ his wife,
mior resident in the Plastic and
Reconstructive Surgery De] srtmenl
Karen, a former resident of Tan-pa,
Art Auction-Expo Saturday
Gold Coast Chapter. B'nai B'rith ami 'ewish Home and Hospital I and it has attracted a stellar roster
Women, i- sponsoring its third frM' 'he Aged, Douglas Gardens)! of candidates from the Calder sum-
annual expo Sat- luncheon m etina and card party met- season, the midwest, and thi
urdaj thi Palace Play- wiU D8 h"!(i W Harbor House, | east,
house of th. Se 1st Towers East, l0273 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour
5151 Coilins Ave., Miami Beach. Tuesday noon. For reservations
II, Picasso, Dali, Cezanne, <,a11 BeM Szerlip, program chair-
Mi. i Sarah Churchill man, or Helen Rechtschaffer, presi-
will be rej ented in the 12.3 oils. '
Activities get underway Satur-
day with the 21st running of the
$20,000 added Hurricane Handicap pPKansas'city wfedTeal C ater, has are ihe parents of one SOW
The inaugural feature is for three ____ __
year-olds and older at six furlongs
watercciors lithographs, etchings 6th Annual Thanksgiv.nq
and special media. A preview oi .
the collection will be held al 7 Concert Sunday Evening
p.m. Proceeds from the 8 p.m. sale
will go to B'nai B'rith.
The sixth annual North Miami
Beach Thanksgiving concert will
take place at 8 p.m. Sunday in the
North Miami Beach Auditorium.
17011 NE 19th Ave.
Sponsored Jointly by Washing-
Jewish Civil Service
The National Jewish Civil Serv-
ice Employees. Robert Earner I ton Federal Savings and Loan As-
Chapter. has slated a meetln i foi 5oc"tion and the Cultural Com-
Sundav at 1 p.m. in the Washing- "*( ^h Miami Beach, the
j ,u ccert will feature the Carmen
ton Federal Bldg. 1133 Normandy Xappo Youth Symphony. Admis-
Dr. ion is free.
^ ISRAELI NITE!! *
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Racing fans are reminded that
Tuesdays during the month ol
November, and Thanksgiving Day
itself will be dark this year, that
is no racing. Otherwise the
rare calls for ten races with first
post at 1:15 p.m.
For the first few weeks special
Jifcount booklets are available foi ;
both grandstand and club house
admission. Most major areas have
direct bus transportation to Calder
Race Course, which is located on
iNW 27th Avenue at the Dade
and Broward County Line.
Wometco Theatres
163 St. I MIRACLE
Where mere
youin'62?
A
YAFFA
YARKONI
Israeli THe
-aassssss- 'g?uf5.
Gf0f?G/f
Jtssn
ONE NIGHT ONLY
SAT., NOV. 17, 8:30 P
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BETH TORAH
1973-1974
CULTURE SERIES
YAFFA YARKONI NOVEMBER 20
Internationally acclaimed Israeli songstress.
EDWIN NEWMAN DECEMBER 13
Well known reviewer, newscaster, and
television personality.
RABBI STEVEN RISKIN JANUARY 17
Nationally known lecturer.
DAVID BAR-ILLAN-FEBRUARY 14
Dazzling Concert Pianist.
"THE SUNSHINE CELEBRATION" MARCH 28
Versatile Choral Group from
The University ol Miami.
CALL: 949-2481 for tickets and information
PLACE: 1051 interama Blvd.
TIME: 8:30 p.m.
^Orc,
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DON'T MISS THIS ONE!
MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM Jf
Tickets on Sale at the Auditorium Box Offict *
Tickstron Locations in all Sears and Jefferson Storei )ff
and the Allegro Music House Corol Gables ^
Donation $3.00 $4.00 $5.00 $6.00 *
For Information and Reservations
Call 861-3981 or 532-0300 )f
Sponsored by *
THE FLORIDA COUNCIL FOR SOVIET JEWS
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GREYHOUND RACING
POST TIME 7:45 PM NIGHTLY
MATINEES 1PMTUE..THURS., SAT.
MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR GREYHOUND RACING THEATRE
$2 TRIFECTAS 2 BIG Q'S GIANT 40FT. COLOR SCREEN
$100,000 INTERNATIONAL CLASSIC
You've never
seen Flagler
before...
even if you've
been there.
SORRY
NO ONE
UNDER 18
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RESERVATIONS
649-3000
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Iday, November 16, 1973
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jrs cf the committee responsible lor the seventh an-
: ultural series sponsored by Beth Torah Congregation
ide (from left) Mrs. Judy Reich, Mrs. Joyce Julien, Mrs.
| b Baxter, Adrian Kaufman and Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz.
Beth Torah Cultural Series Opens
\iesday With Yarkoni Performance
I .rah Conqrr-sjation opens once in choral music.
seventh annual Cultural Series Beth Torah, recounizine the need
sday, 'ith a performance by! to encouraqe youth participation,
. accialmed Israeli songstress,; has opened the series to all pre-
Iff Varkoni. college and college students at no
felra Varkoni first achieved charge. Tickets may be purchased
i\ entertaining on the battle it the temple office. ___________
[. -. .f Israel in 1948. Once again lGAl N0T(CE
li entertaining the Israeli sol- i
rs during a war, and she is,
[ ng as a volunteer in the hos-
Itals \ recording star who has;
Ward on many world famous;
[ stages, she sings many
of music and in many lan-
hages. '
JLouis N'izer, attorney and author. ]
fill appear Thursday, Dec. 13.| ANOFjrk piesco and -
I i Steven Uisken, spiritual PIESCO. hla wife, and If any of
T i .i. t :_..i- s.-.,,,,,,- evnn th. aforesaid named Defendant!
lader >f the Lincoln Square aym- ,,....., thelr Ullkll devlaeea,
i will be the guest lecturer helra. personal representatives,
"- I,., u 17 Hie t<\nic will legatees, grantees. i>r claimants,
Thursday, Jan. 17. His topic win 0,nerwlM under ,. against them
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 73-C6607
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
4AOITARIU8 DEVE' OPVRVT
CORPORATION OF FIX1R1DA.
i Florida < lorporatlon.
Plaintiff,
Sculpture, Painter
In Art Show At
Lowe-Lev inspii
A "double feature" art show
will open at the Lowe-Lev:nson
\M fiaiim of Tempi.' Beth Sho-
lom ol Greater Miami, after serv-
ice at 9:30 p.m., Friday.
Sculptures by Gertrude Green-
wald ai i i ntin > bj the follow-
c ml mporary Israeli artists
ill be on view: George Chemeche,
iila Holt, Pinchas Shaar and Joav .
i woi ks ol tin painters |
ire bein\ shown through the >
sj of the Gala Li ah Gallerj
f K : Biscaj nc,
Ge udi Gre nwal ;.'.- can er as
sculpto bi [an in Pittsburgh as
i hi ih i ent, She stu
at Cat.. ie Mellon University '
ind -i J h Baiii > Ellis, and |
ubi q i ntlj won awards in e>
hibHs by the Associated Artists
if Pittsburgh at the Carnegie Mu-
..'iiii'.. In Miami she -tadi'.-d with
Barbara Ni ijna Martinez. Her work
nas been seen ai exhibits of the
I Sculptors of Florida Society.
The opening will be marked bv
in Oneg Shabbal reception, hosted
' by the Sisterhood of which Mrs.
Irving .Miller is president. Ger-
1 trude Greenwald and George
i Chemeche will be present at the
i opening. Judy Drucker is director
I of the Gallery.
Gallery hours are 9 to 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday. Friday
evening, 8 to 9:30 p.m., and Satur-
day and Sunday 9 to 12:30 p.m.
The exhibit will run through
Dec. 7.
Samuel Pascoe Speaker
IEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT >g _-
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
:n and FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERA' HP'SOICTION
D VISION
CASE NO. 73262?3
NOT ICfE OF SUIT FOR
FETITICN FOR D SSOLLTION
OF MARRIAGE
. .
i '... i :in.
bership cabinet of the Jewish \a-;
tional Fund.
Samuel Pascoe will speak on I
"'Key 73its Impact on the Jew- I
Ish Community" at the Finn
Forum on t'uvsday at 1 p.m.. in I
the Forte Auditorium. Mr. Pas i
is honorary life president of B'nai
B'rith, on the board of the Jewish '
National Fund, arid on the mem
IEGAL NOTICE
What Does Judaism Offer the
I n Jew?"
David Bar-Ulan, a dazzling Is-
-ianist who was the soloist
ii\.' opening concerts of the
York Philharmonic and gave
<>l ll,-| M I"' U,|.,'-< "^....... .......
.iihI iinv person it persons unknown
to the Plaintiff havii.g or claiming
:.. have any right, title or int. rest
in the lands, through, by, or under
nn'd Defendants,
Defendants ... __
IX THE NAME OF THE STATE "I-
FLORIDA ...
TO' PIESCO, wife "f AN'
I'f\ rilllllUI IMWII1\ ...... ill* ------------------l I I.."-' *. >
Rrn eiano recital at the new "BLO PIESCO, ^; ^thjj.-
F Kennedv Centr for tne ,npn n| nr her unknown nersomtl rcn-
i .....ing Arts in Washington, ntatlves. he^rs^devlsees^ejateesj
appear on Thursday, Feb. ^fi'claiming by through, under
or against ihem i" ''"": ',"
persons having or claiming any right.
and Interest in and to the prem-
:' < i! pvnin, March 23. will
Sunshine Celebration."
in. under the direction of
- Lee Kjelson and Larry
is composed of 27 music
the University of Miami
1 provide a nnio'ie ev"eri-
IEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
r INSTRUCTIVE SERVICF
,. -MS CIRCUIT COURT Of THE
[ELEVENTH JUfflCIAL CIRCUIT
0=" FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
HADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73.^7030
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
K- THE MARR1AOE OP
vEI i.. BCH1LLINO,
I ind,
I i" l
- \ B BCHIL.1 tn<:.
MICHAEL t-. SCHDM-IXG
Apartment n
I I-...-I Wlnick Avei.....
i ns Vfjtas, Nevada 1 "
.........
i..,. involved in thlt sull
The West inn feel of '!" Ens] MR
reel of Hi. North 150 (.-.-t ..f Traci
-: ,., |. iMIDA FRUIT l AND
CO:*S Bt'RDmoION nlso known
p-lOPlDA PKX'IT -AND
CO'S SUBDIVISION :il>" known
Section II, Township South,
Kana-e 1" East, aecordlnsr to the
Plal thereof, rs recorded In Ptoi
I'.....I, i, Bl Paw II of the' PilMIe
Records ..t Dade County. Florida.
i siili to qulel title has i"--' Jllea
nKalnsl you and you are reoulrea to
nirve .. cony your written defenses,
i nv on SAOITARIUS DEVETOP"
MENT CORPORATION OF FI/>RIDA
' oSAMIKI. K. SMITH. Suite *K,
Continental BulKHna 120 South Dixie
Hla/hway. Coral OaW, Florida S'
, ,,., or i" fi Oe embei SI. '''
. ,. ,,,. ,,.,...,i with the Clerk ol
,',,, either before ^''V,V'','i','
' Plaintiffs atl.....yn 'mn|,ai?K
; ,),. reafter otherwise B d. I tull will
,,'. ,.,,.,,.] airnlnsl you for the relief
: demanded In the Uomnlaint
ltVTl'M' N'..v,'ml'''i- 11 i^....
RICHARD P, BRrNKER Clerk
By: A .1 RIV \S t> C.
, VON ZAMFT SMITH
Attome) n for Plninfff
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTVI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-27279
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
iv l'K THK WtP'*OBOF
ESTHER petitioner
and
MAN URUBTA
l{. > "nil.lent.
T( i: Juan 1'ruotn
Residence fnkpnwn -._______
YOU AUK HEREBY NOTJFTETJ
thai an action for Dissolution Mar-
MilL.,. has i'. n fl..... airalnsl "" and
you r.' required to serve a copy or
vour wrlttei.....fenses. if any. to it
on Adolfo Ross, attorney for Peti-
tioner whose address is l"' N";
iStn Ave.. Miami Florida Ssltt. nd
file Ihe oriirlnal with the clerk of ihe
hove styled court on pr before Dec.
21 |.,7'! otherwise ;> default will he
entered BBalnsl you for the relle n< -
,,i m (he rom-dalnt or petition
This notice shall l"- published >"<''*
each week for fmr ronsecutlve weeks
| THE JEWISH FI.OR1D1AN
WITNESS mv hnml and ih.- seal
.:,i.i ."tirt al Miami, Florida on itif
7 ''"' R|CHVARb P. BRINKER
As fie.-';. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By B .i FOY
\. Denuty Clerk
Clrcu mi Seal)
a.i ilfn Koss, Bsqulre
Stone -v Soslchln, P.A.
inj N VV 12th Avenue
Miami Florida SJ128
Attorney for Pel.....,.
i Petitioner for ownership nnn ---------- -
- the foliowlng property stored
.. i n Dadc County Florida
I9A9 Datsun Aiit..ni.'1'ii.'
-lenMflcatlon Number BRL31104691
, fi:..l and commenced In inn
url mi you are required to
i written d fenses. ir "<"
,, JRT1MER s COHEN. At-
-,.- Petitioner, whose Baarei
. 11m:; Ainsl.v H.iil.lin*. H > e; I
|v..,,ue. ll:.ml. Florhln ""'!
I it,- irlRlnal with the Clerk of
h" above stvle.l "'"'
r rbero* December 14, ilt::: other-
defaull will be entered wninat
im 'or the relief prayed for In m
' Notice -1^11 be P*';*,d-2*S
l.h weekMor four ennse.iuixe ieK
,, THE SWmSa FLORirJlAN,
[WTTNEaS my hand andI the seal of
Hi i -..urtait Miami. Florida on t"1*
d.-y of November. M*,mm
RICHARD P. HRINKER
A.-iJlerk. Circuit Lcurt
. laTe County. Florida
Hy Q P. COPKI-ANO
'A*Deputy Clerk
(Circuttjrourl SeaD
1132 Ainsley dv-f *.* Ave'
Miami. Florida 33132
. 4mwtor pr,'n,;s!1r6-23-3o
Ti' -*-"--
in THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIPCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
No. 73-26359
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in Re The Marriage < .f
VIOl ETTA T. LYONS. Wife and
IOSEPH P LYONS, Husband
TO; J08EPH P, LYONS
321 North I lelano Street
Fresno, California :<:;t;
VOU %RE HEREBY notlfl. 'I thai a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriaffe
has been filed against you and rou
art hereby required to serve copy
if vour answer or oth-r pleading to
,,. petltl. n on the Wife's attorney.
I KSTKR 1UHJEUS. wh"-- a.l. regs la
MM N.W. nth Av.'nu-. Miami. Ftor-
Ida 88125. and file the original with
[ha Clerk of the ah..v.. ftyled I ourt
,,, or before the 7 day of Decemher
|J7S, or a Default will PJ entered
"'I'.ATKl'r'this 29 day of o.-..t.er. 1973.
RICHARD P. HRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By A. J. RIVAS
Deputy Clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lh"
Ihe undcrsia-ned, desiring to engag. In
l,u8|..... und< r the fictitious nam.....
up D OMPANY at J!.....
\ iv TSth Street, Miami intend to
register said name wiili the Clei
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MAX BWARTZ
PETER BWARTZ
DAVID BWARTZ
MORTON 1! ZEMEL
Attorney for applicant
Suite in
'i:i:.a. N !: 18th Ave.
North Miami Beach. n^WIM, ,, .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIV'SION
CASE NO. 73-10632
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In lie: The Marriage of
KM ORES OILLEN
and
EDO AH .ill LEN
VOL! EDOAR till.I EN. whose res-
idence Is IS11 SVIImlng-ton Pike, > est-
cheater Pennsylvania, are notifn.l to
Mrv. a cop} of your answer to ivti-
tlmi for Dissolution of Marriage riled
against you on PUtloMr'a itl"W.
MICHAEL A. L1P8KY a. Il"4 Con-
cord in.Ik. C \V, Flagler Street. Mi-
ami, Florida 88180, and file the orig-
inal with the clerk of this court on
or before the M day -f December.
1973, otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you,
DATED thi. 7 day of November.
1973
RICHARD P DRINKER. Clerk
It, c p cnPEI.AND
Deputy Clerk
(SEAL) .__r ,,
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROrESTV
IN THF CIPCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIPC 1
OF FLORIDA, IN A\D FOR
DADF. COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 73-M 1
ACTION FOR ri5S' UT
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARitlAin: I I-
v '\/.A..I./.
Il'l 111 >;' iNZAI EZ
Re I
11 pi

YOI" ARE HEREBY
-li.it 111....... i ''ul
filed 'i i
v.u are ........ to :. my ol
your wrlttei to li
Vdoll Km -. E ill re,
for Petitioner, wbosc a.l.lreHi. Is I'll
\ rt 12th Avi nue Miami, Florida
31 >. an.I file the ... glna
li i k ..f Ihe al...v.. st> l< 'I 'in i >
hefon Novembei I
. default ^- III I., .hi. v. I agn i -' vou
for ihe rell. f demanu. plain! or petition
This notice shall be publish. .1 once
each week for four consecutive week*
in THE JEWISH I'l i IKIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and ihe seal of
-aid court at Miami. Plorida on thi.
25 da} of i Ictol ir, I '7
Rl. HARD P. BRINKER
As Cterk, Circuit 'ourt
Dade Counts. P] Ida
By A J RIVAS
As Deput) Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Adolfo Koss, Bsqulre
Stone S- Sostchln, P A.
101 N.W. 12th Av. nue
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
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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--,'"*'i
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN UK: The Marriage of
CAII. CAJAR.
P<.....nei.
:m.I
RAFAE1. I AJAR,
Resnoi dent
TO: RAFAEL CAJAR
1718 I en. \ Avenue
Miami Beach. FJorlda 831.19
YOC ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
hat an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed agalnsl you and
you are required ... serve a copy of
vour written defenses, if any, to It |
,n OEOROE BAMPAS, ESQ. attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose address \t
HO Lincoln Road, Suite 811 .Miami
Bench Florida, and file the original
with the clerk "f the above styled
court on ..i i" '." December 19, 1978:
,.i|..ni is., a default will be i
Ins) you for the relief demanded

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Dade l I
I I. RIVA3
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(Ciicull '..urt S
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH jUD CIAL CIRCUIT
l\ AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JUISfVCT ON
DIVISION
No. 73-26C31
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Han
CELIA MAOAl V RCUI.ES COR
\. If, iRESTES MANl E
.'. IRTES. lin-l' II .I
Tii. ORESTES MANCEL Ct'RTES
San Indal. i)
el c.i i... \ Em iirnaclxon,
Santos Suares,
Habann, I 'uba
Yi i!" ARE HEREBY notifle I th it
iiii..n for I lissolutl i I Marri ...
I
has been filed against you an I j m
are hereby required t.> nerve a copy
..f your ansu er ot othei pleading to
the Petition of Dissolution "f Mar-
riage "ii the Wife's Attorney, LES-
TER ROOERS, whose address is 1454
n w it Avenue, Miami, Fl I
33125, and file the original with :hi
. lerk of the above styled ...urt on
..i- before thin 7 th daj ol Dei em ir.
".::: ..r a Default will he entered
against you.
DATED THIS :7',li day ol
RICH \KI. P BRINKER
Clerk of tli. Circuit C .urt
B] W, TV.MINSK I
Deputy Clerk
11 2-9-M-2S
tga
In the .. mnlalni or
This notice shall he published on.
pach week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Ft-' IRIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the real
ild court al Miami. Florida on
this 13 dav of November >"
i: CHARD P BRINKER
As I "lerk >'if Ull > 'ourt
Da.le County, Florida
Bj l BNEEI EN
a- Denuty Clerk
(Clrcull Court Beal)
l-.EOROE SAMPAS, ESQPIRE
i '.i I in. oln Ro id, Suit.- 211
Miami B. ich, Florida
Attorn. for Petll li
''" ""- n/16.28-30 18'7
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
,-NO PROPERTV1
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT
OF FLORIDA.'IN AND FOR
DArlE'CaSlffTY
CIVIL ACTIOSi NO. 73-?6065
ACTION FOR blSSO'-UTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Th.- Marrlaite >f
DAI RE1 '. H. ICGH HARNISH,
II U hand.
VENDETTA JUNE HARNISH,
Wife.
TO: Mr- Vendetta June Harnish
. .. Etta Beaumont
.... out :" '
portsmlth Ohio
VOC ARE HEREBY Ni >T I '
thai action foi IM i lui loi ol Mar-
riage has l.....n fil"'l againsl j
NOTICE UNDER FICTIT OU5
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS III UEBY OIVEN tl at
the undi rslgned,
husiness under thi
FAHRIC WHOLES VI.i-. Sl'PP
number -77 ilralda Av ei u
i '> of i "oral (Jnbl. : t. li
In register Ml Id name ivitli
, tin 'in Court "f Do
Florida
Dated Coral Oabl, Fl n la, tins
:.-..|i .. ..I .. tober, l!'7 I
DRAPERY HOL'SE. -
Bj Moises K i-' I
Attest llettj I- Kaplan,
!.l...VI. !. RCSK '
for Ai.
|..: !. Ill Road
.
II 2-9-1 1-23
v. ii are required to serv. ny '."
v..u. wrilton defenses. ;f any. to II
.,. KWITNEY KROOP, attornevs
for Petitioner, whose ...I lie.-- Suite
,... i- ii i in. .'In Road, Miami Ben. h
Florida 3J1J9, and file the original
with the cli ."i< "f the abo -"';;'
i,mi ..n "i before December I
otherwise a default III i"' ent.
against you for the re 1. i demanded
in the complain! or petition
This notice shall be pu I i I
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THK JEWISH Fl ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hard and the seal '
! M|d court I Mlam Floi. la en this
:. daj of O. tober, 1973
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, i ircull Court
Dade County, Flm Ida
By L. SNEEDBN
As Deputy clerk
(Circuit Curt Seali
KWITNEY & KROOP
By Paul Kwltney
Suite ."'!-. 4-'1 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
SH" U/2-9-16-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIPCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR
DADC COUNTY
PROBATE DV S'ON
PROBATE NO. 73 8300
NOTICE TO CREDITOR?
In RE: Estate "f
IRWIN REDMOND
To Al! Ci lltors and All Person* Har-
L- .'.,!.- ..i Demands Agalnsl Ba 1
You ire l rebj ot I ed and I u
-.. pri taim tnd dema
which > 'i ni hi v agali
':'.. IN REDMOND !
late Dad. f"u Florid
Olr. uil Judges ol Dad.
provided In Sei lion "33.14,
~;. tutes, .- tl ir offl. In ''oun-
ij c. ui th. n In Dad, i ouni i
Ida, within four calendar months from
.. ... !.,. : publ
of or tl same will be ban I
FlU .1 al Miami. Floi Ida, this 29 .1../
fo it er \ n 1973,
DOR" 'TH ': RED
KELVIN JEROME RED-M. IND
As E* -<
1- pul atlon of this : t in
Ihe da) Ni vembe I9T
MORTON n ZEMEL, B6QI
Ati rney forEstate
ii, issue s k 10th .'
North Miami Bea. h, Florida
1! :-a
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the u designed, .! firing to
in business under th. fi -ti'lous
,t .-..I \|. OABl !:.-; INTERIORS tl
l'77 Qiralda Avenue, Coral Oab'.es
Florida Intend t.. register said im
with ,:'.- ci.Tk of the Circuit Court
..f Dade County. Florida
MOISES K API AN
BETTY K KAPLAN
LIOYD t. ROSKIN
Attorney for Moises A Bettj v.
Kaplan
407 I Incoln Road.
Miami Beach. Florida
ii 16-33-30 12.7


Page 14-B
+Jenl*Hn*>rirfi*tr
Friday, November 16, 1973
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Miamians Demand Justice
For POWs Held By Syria
Forty women, representing the Jewish women's organiza-
tions of Miami, stood dressed in black and in silence f/>r one
hour Monday on the steps of the Dade County Courthouse.
It is justice we seek.'' said Mrs. Irving Wexler, president
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Women's Division and
spokeswoman for the group. "We ask for justice for the Israeli
prisoners-of-war being held by Syria."
Although the women were hopeful that the Egypt-Israeli
talks would lead to full-scale negotiations between the two na-
tions and eventually to a peaceful solution to the 25-year con-
flict between Israel and her Arab neighbors, they viewed the
prisoner issue with agonizing concern.
The Egypt Israeli agreement provides for the full exchange
of prisoners, but the Syrians, who hold some 130 Israelis, con-
tinue to maintain an intransigent position on the prisoner issue,"
said Mrs. Wexler.
The women, who wore black to express their deep concern
for missing Israeli soldiers, demanded that Syria abide by the
provisions of the 1949 Geneva Convention which provides for
immediate publication of names of prisoners held, immediate
visitation of POWs by the International Red Cross, immediate
action to enable prisoners to correspond with their families and
immediate exchange of wounded prisoners.
"As wives and mothers." Mrs. Wexler declared, "we are
showing that we are one with all Israeli wives and mothers who
arc waiting for news of their captured loved ones "


Services Held For Lori M. Sonz, 16
Services were held Wednesday
for Lori Marsha Sonz, 16. daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Sonz
of North Miami Beach, who died
Monday, Nov. 12, in a traffic acci-
dent near Leeaburg.
A senior at North Miami Beach
High School, where she was an
honor student and a member of;
the Honor Society. Lori had visited |
Florida State Universitv at Tila-
hassee and the University of Flor-
ida at Gainesville to decide which
he would attend following hen
graduation. She had planned to j
study pediatrics and had been ac I
friendship...
means someone cares
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
Serving the Jewish Community since 1938
ORTHODOX
CONSERVATIVE
REFORM SERVICES
Frnjnutl Goidon (1346 me Gordon
Marry Gordon (19641 limes B Gordon
Telephone 373 0533
JEFFER
^^11 \l RAL HOMES, INC.
DIRECTORS:
Irwin Joffer
Medwin Jotter Alvin Jetter
188-11 HILLSIDE AVE HOILIS. L.I.
1283 CONEY ISL AND AVE.BKLYN
212/776-8100
13385 W DIXIE HWY.MiAMI
305/9471185
Represented by Sonny Levitt. F 0
625 S OLIVE AVE.W PALM BEACH
305/833-4413
Represented by Philip Weinstnn. F 0
Chap m .ii
communities in New Yoi
thr,,. |h the Miami
W Palm ;;
Repre
ccpted by several out-of-state uni-
versities, but wished to remain in
Florida, her father said.
Lori was a cheerleader, a mem-
ber of the color guard and the
I health program at her school,
where she had been named to the
Dean's List.
Survivors include, in addition to j
her parents, uncles Samuel D.. Ed-
ward W. and Ben R. Sonz: aunts I
and uncles Mrs. Millicent Dworkin,!
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Makovsky and '
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Shorestein, and
several cousins.
Riverside Chapel was in charge ]
of arrangements; interment was in
Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
PAVL0W
David -i. nf Miami Pi
m .t\ Tuei day, \' >v fi Mr. I
ivns mils i f ('(in
Hi u a* ;i 111 ITlbl r'f }
i r Hun
i |1 |1 I |, ytiri I l,v his
Debnra Pnvluv of Miami
Itearh: two Bonn, St. vi n I 'a> low ol
Fla di l Mum h Pav'ow
Miami: a daughter, Mrs Slmmle
linrnetl ol v iml: H grandchildren
ndel Idi n Serv-
were held lYedncsdai v ;
at the Riverside Chapel with
i -: In Mt Nebo '. in, j
Singles Dance at T
To Benefit IEF Drive
The musical group "Lighter
Than Air" will be the featured
band at the all county Singles
i Harvest Dance, Wednesday at 8:30
I p.m. at the YMHA. 8500 SW 8th
[St.
Four major singles organiza-
I tions, the Y Singles, The Young
j Professionals, Tzavta and the U of
M Hillel House, are combining
efforts to sponsor the largest
singles dance of the season for peo-
ple in their 20's, 30s and 40's.
All proceeds from this Harvest
Dance will be donated to the Is-
rael Emergency Fund.
Special attractions of the eve-
ning will include Jeff Lewis and
his "Sounds of the 70s." piano
ioloist, Rich Idells, continuous
dancing, door prizes and relresh-
nients. The public is invited.
Free baby sitting service will
be available to those parents wish-1
ing to attend the Equal Rights
Community Breakfast at 9:30 a.m. !
Sunday at the YM/YWHA of!
Greater Miami.
Roxcy and David Bolton. the
"Mr. and Mrs. of ERA," will be !
speaking on "Men and Women for
the Equal Rights Amendment."
The breakfast, sponsored the the
"Y" Women, is open to the public.
Myron A, Berezin, executive di-
rector of the "Y," has announced
that Camp Barney Medintz, the
resident summer camp of the At-
lanta Jewish Community Center,
is making available space for
residents of Florida.
Steven Krams, director of the
camp, will be coming to Miami to
meet with those parents interested
in securing space for their young- i
rters in this fine camp located in
the mountains of Georgia. Ar-.
rangements to meet with Mr.
Krams can be made by calling
Miss Katz at the YMHA.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6597
GEORGE E SCHULZ
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Fit RE: Btl.....I
DANIEL TKNIii (SEN
deosASSJd
To All Creditors and All Parsons Hav.
>ng Claims or Demand* Against Bald
Estate:
You ar.- hereby notified ami required
., present an) claims and demand!
which you may have against the es-
tate of DANIEL TENR08EN deceas-
i late of Dade County, Florida, t"
the Clroult Judires ol Dade County,
:iii 1 file tii- sum.- in duollcate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, In their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade Cnuntv, Flor-
ida, within four calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
if, or the same will tie barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, thin 8 day
of November. A D IMS
Helen, Kobbins
.Harry Zukernlck
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
thi 16 day ol November. 1973.
Harry Zukernlck
Attorney for Batata
4:1') Lincoln Road
Miami Beacll Florida 33139
11'16-23
LEGAL MOTKE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6188
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in UK: Batata of
l EIBA RTBAK,
deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons flav-
in* Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of I.kiiia kvhak deceased late
of Dade County. Florida, to the Cir-
cuit Judges of Dade County, ami file
the same in duplicate and as nro-
vlded in Section 733.16. Florida Stat-
utes, In their offices i:i the County
Lourthouse In Dade County. Florida.
within four calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof
Or the same will be barred
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 31st
day of October AD. 1973.
FAN AMERICAN HANK OF MIAMI
As l-.xecutor
First publication of this notice
the 9 day of November, 1973.
SHELDON N LELCHUK
Attorney for Executor
14 Hi.-, tyne Building
M iml, Florida
11/9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
No. 73-21375
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Marriage (if
MONICO VAI.I.E. Husband
and BAR A VA1J.H. Wife
TO: SARA VAM.E"
Hlld-P-Canton Cocales
Masatenango Guatemala
YOU are hereby notified that a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you
are hereby required to serve a copy
of your answer or other pleading to
the Petition on the Husband's attor-
ney. LESTER R4KSKRS. whose ad-
dress la I4.*,4 N W. 17 Avenue. Miami,
Florida MISS, and file the original
with the Clerk of the above styled
Court on or before this 7 day of Deo..
1973. or a Default will be entered
against you.
DATF.D this -4 day of Out., '973.
Kll HAltD P. DRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By B. .1 Foy
Deputy Clerk
IS/26 11/2-9-18
on
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1707 (Dowling)
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN RE: Estate of
EDITH P. DOMOSH
! ieceaaed
NOTICE Is hereby given that we,
have filed our Final Report and Pe-
tition for Distribution and Final Dis-
charge as Executor of the estate of
EDITH P. DOMOSH, deceased: and
that on the 11th day of December,
1973. will apply to the Honorable
County Judges of Hade County. Flor-
ida, for approval of said Final Re-
port and for distribution and final
discharge as Executor of the estate
of the above-named decedent. Thia
2nd day of November. 1973
THE MIAMI REACH
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
By: FFTER A. ISA1A
SPARBKR. ZEMEL. ROSKIN.
HEILBONNBR AND KARP PA.
Attorney
lnu North Bisraviie Uoulevard
Miami. Florida 33132
11/16-23-30 12/7
LEGAL NOTICE
GELB
.MO.NMMENf-5 LNC.
Open Every Day t/o.ra" Senbbo'h
40 SW 57ih Ave. MO 1-&583
?.fltmsai'i'- .Only Strictly' JewiuS'
* -vMenvment Dealer- V.
Palmer's
Miami Monument Commit,/
5279 S.W. 8th Street, Miom
921 444-0922
Closed On Tr* Sobbrth
Personalized Memorials Custom
Crafted In Our Own Workshop.
JZevill
Jllemorial Gnape
'JEWISH rUNEPAl D.'f.ECrOKS"
$
IOCAL AND OUT OF STATE
ARRANGEMENTS
1 947-2790"
13385 W. DIXIE IUV1 N M.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or T i- p
ILSUStlTU 'Mnif.ln <",DC'JIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COt'NTv
PROBATE DIV'SION
P"OBTE NO. 73-1601
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
RE >:-: I
' THI'R 1 AIM.AN
deceasi d.
T ill Cn dlton and Ml Persoi Hav.
Ing Claims or Demands Aga
I'
Vou ar.- hereby notlfii d and requin 1
in] ., and -:- .
win. h you mas hove against thi
r>l ARTHUR i' MM AN d.....
" ol Had,- County, Florida to the
Ircull Judges ol Di de 1' m
same In dui ml
1 di in Se
; thi Coun-
usi Ii D .....
Within four cai.ii :.,
: Hi. fln.1 publ
ni 1 hi rami III bi
Filed at Miami, Florida,
.. A |. '
I: I v v 1 1 v N
As Executrix
^ Fll-Hl publ
day of \.... mi>i -,
SHKI i ON :: I- \l 1 RY
Attorn. \ for the Exei utrix
I! 7 S W 7 si Miami,
1 I
N THE Clr^CL'!' COURT O- T-E
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIV'SION
PR096TE NO. 7?-55.-2 -Parker"
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
; rate
:; VTTIE KASKOWITZ
nd All Pi 11 -.
It Iga 11
'""l "" '' ind required
1 any 1 nu ind d 1
vou may nave ngalni
: HATTIE KASKOWITZ de-
1,.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1 ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-26281
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
: THE MARRIA'.E OP
i S GARFJELD. II..
!.:-' d-Pel
DAI-E > OARFIELD,
\\ Ife-Respiindenl
Ti DALE > GARFIEi D
i" irk Avenue Apai
Vi
Park Street
Rordei tow n, New Jersey
>;. ii.M.E a -iAHFiELD. are
hereby notified thai a Pel Lion f,,r
been
1 nst you ind you tn re-
tired serve a copy of your Ai
r ; : 1 p, ....
'' "i m thi Hus-
E*q P.A 117
Cuildii g < \\ Fiait'i <
Fli da
... .
lead na; In the .1 ,-. .,
;
I 1
I
I 11
US NO" Published
'
''' FLORID-
day
on
:
'
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1 .
RICH
1 lerl ......
Count:
B: a RivAS
Deputy Clei
I iurl S
_________ ....
-, ]::
N0T'CE MS!* f'CTITIOUt
NAME LAW
1- HEREBY GIVEN tl
, or the same will be bai
.1 at Miami Florida, tl
vember, A n 1973
ARXOl D K \<~
As i'.. nt.,r
. y -' I1"'1'"-......n nf this 11 tl .
the n. day of November, 1973
MORTON it ZEMEL, ESQL'
II ... ,,. % r.ir I .-
Suite III, :.: \ |: ;:,-i \v..
Miami Bi ,. h, k a. 3
___
1
M0T,CI ^OER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
B IS HEREBY

IVEN thai
ng to
11-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
NOTICE is HEREHY Gl\ EN
tin.1. : la 1 de ill na 1
business under the 1 im .,
ARNIVA FASHIONS : .-
1 an... Hlaleah, Da le 1
tend to register said name v II tl
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
1 County, Florida
ARNOI D MAY
IVETTE Si ISA
tain & Bavly
...... Hcant
311 Biscayne Bldg.
II .'-'J-16-23
INTONIO M UlCOS

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-65-9
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
MARTIN a i:\ii
deceased,
To All Creditors and All Persons. Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands,
which you may have against (hi
late of MARTIN ARNO di eased lite
ol Did.- County, Florida, to tl
cull Judges of Dade Counts and file
the ame in duplicate and as pr I 1
-'- tlon : .: IS, Florida Stntuti In
es In the Countv ; t..
1 use In Dade County, Fit
'' four ndar months from the
I ni ol 1 nubllcatioi I if.
or the n be barred
Filed at Mini
of November .' I > II
ETTY II ARNO
Vi ICxecutrlx
atlon of tl
i da> :' November, 1978
:. -. irton
x" utrix
Biscayne Building, .Miami
________ l-S-2.1
IN 'HE CIRCUIT COURT OF ThT"
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6465
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
RE: Esta.....f
IS M. PARKER
tors ami All Pen n> H it-
r Demands a,- 1 said
v"11 are herel s notified and required
u 5 ; laims and
may hav,- agaii si
JA.MES M PAHKI.......1
Dndi i ounly, Florl Is th-
' Id..... and
lui licate and as pro-
IB, Florida Si it,
flcea In thi 1 u ity
' uui 'Use In Dade c,n111. pi ,. Ja
calendar months from
m th< flral publ ,'r^
will be barred
Filed a Miami Florida, tins 9 .lav
Novemln r, \ D 1;.;
MOL1 IE PARKER
... At Rxei ii'ii\
on ..f this notice
ei l7
SPARBER ZEMEL. ROSKIN
> K \ 1:1-. P.A,
' Executrix
. x Ulscaym Boulevard
llaml, i .1.
lo pri -it
if.
on
11/16-23
Florida In.
name with thai
dun of Dado

thai
1
Florida
Dade C 11
Joseph M FVldmS
Hym
.at.es

l-M-JI
d b
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS-
NAME LAW
Ihe f ,,;.- SSS .
uaa-rJ -<:
said
of the < Ircult
Fl rids
.,..., '; Henderson
\l D 8IL\ EH.M OJ
.ant
erta Building, Miami. Fla.
------rr--^----------_______I] U 12/7
CE i^DER f'ct.tToUs-
NOT,,,, ,?*ME LAW
the und
ui der
SOUTH Fl
1 "=R?m GIVEN that
_'. '-''ink 10 engage in
im,,,'' o':'"",lJ- name of
'DA Bl'SINBSS JOUR-
me
ourt
y, Florida
^.Worida. t^M
Al BERT 1. i:i,sk-:
11 [6 .


[iday. November 16. 1973
*J mrist) flvrldlftr
Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
.TcTrcuTt court of the
pvENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
0EFV FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
0 DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
ct DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-27488
NOTICE TO APPEAR
,BY PUBLICATION)
I.-, tii.- Marriageof
I ;A PEREZ, MTIfc and
|v'v pKREZ, Husband.
PEREZ
Barlgona
; uis
i i>. Rio, Cuba
lor VRE HEREBY required
',,,,, of your Answer to
Dissolution of Marriage
I I,, II the Petitioner"! Attorney,
Cilv S Klein. 800 Seybold Bui d-
ii imi Florida and file 'he ong-
, off.......r "" Clerk of the
,i ,,n nr before December
mid action will i>.- taki n
.,: 0} r"OU
, i |, ihla 9 day "f November,
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk f <> Clrcull <'"urt
in c P COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
11 16-88-80 12/7
I.I
111.'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
uiTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage
I l.u-ni'ss under tlie fictitious name
,,, HOLDING ASSOCIA-
,\ hi number MOO Bird Road,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-25538
NOTICE OF PETITION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
CARMEN RAM8ARAN,
Petitioner,
vs.
EZKIEI. RAM8ARAX,
Respondent.
TO: Etklel Ramaaran
,- n Jonathan Ramsaran
Main Road Barrackpnra
Trinidad. \Vesl ln,l'.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed again* i you,
ami you ar.' required I.....ervi r cony
answer or pleading t.. the
for Dissolution nf Marriage
Petitioner's attorney wn.-
CHESTER, ESQ.. ::, N K
.Miami. Florida 33188,
Hi., original Answer or
office .'f the Clerk
Courl "M or hi for*.
If
l. -
.i.
<,f your
Petition
mi lh.'
MAM K.
ROth sir.'
and file
Pleading In the
of the Circuit
the 10 day <>f November, lii~3.
you fall i" do so. Judgment by
fault will be taken
the relief demandi
againy i
Hi
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Petition
tit}
I
1
Eorltla
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i
.I Miami. Florida. Intend to
said name with Ihh.' Clerk
for Dissolution of Marriage
iliis 8
al Miami. Florida,
. vornber, 197*.
LliCAR E COX. JR.
JOSEPH DIBARTOLOMEO
\\ II.I.IAM I.. 8 A BELLA
ISErH DIBARTOLOMEO
for Applicant
Road
orlda 331S5
. 228-8276
11/16-23-30 12/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Art-signed, desiring to engage
under the fictitious name
USEPH RIFKIN NORMAN
I .:' REALTORS al Suite 810,
Road, Miami Bench, Flor-
. ... register said name n Ith
. ,.f the Circuit Court of
lint' PI. rldn
JOSEPH RIFKIN
NORMAN CfMENT
mi hi Welnsteln A Btauber,
for Joseph Rlfkln and
i in.ni
}5n Lincoln Road
'. ai h, Florida
n lfi-23-81 12 .
MOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
i: IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ersigned desiring to engage I
. ft under the flci tious name
HBACH GALI ER1ES al '""7
. i 'oiicouri.. Bay Harbor Island,
I!, ., i,. pig intendi lo regie- I
name with the Clerk >>f the !
uri of Dade County, Flor- ;
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tl.it
Ihe undersigned, desiring t<> engage
' liiihlnesi. under Ike fictitious name
of EXQIMSITO RESTAURANT al 1510
4. VI Mil Street, Miami Intends to
i said name with ti..> Clerk "f
[hi l' : uli *'. in i of l >ade 'ounty,
Florida
LV ''SIT. i CORP,
\di Koss, Esq
Attorney for applicant
"I S W l!th Av*
Miami. Fla. 331S8
11 0-18-23-30
NOTICE UNDER F'CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY >;i\ EN thai
tii.- undersigned desiring *> engage In
business under th, fictitious name of
ITS A SMALL WoKI l> SCHOOL al
42u 8.W. mil Street, Miami
intend to register said name with !!"
Clerk of the Clrcull Courl ..r Dadi
County. Florida.
Mr and M1 h \i mando Nodal
OLIVER MARTINEZ
Attorney for applicants
2801 S w 7th Street
Miami. Pla. 33125
II 9-16-23 n
LEGAL NOTICE
I
I
I
I
I! VVBACH GALLERIES INC
aid name with the Clerk
I \>:|. KKOOP
Hi.' relief demanded in tin- Petition
for Dissolution of Marriage
WITNES8 my hand anil Ihe seal of
said i'ourt on October 19 I9?3i al
Miami. Florida.
RICHARD BRINKER
Clerk of the circuit Court
By: C P, COPBLAND, D.C.
10/1" 11/2-9-18
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADf; COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-25369
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARltlAiiK iif
KAREN HAWKINS. Wife
and
DONALD It HAWKINS. JR.
TO: DONALD B HAWKINS. Jr.
Shermans Point Road
Camden, Main.*
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has hi'.-ii filed agafnsl you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
"ii DAVID E STONE bttorney for
Petitioner whose address la mi N.W
ith Avenue, Miami, Florida, and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled couri on or before No-
vember 30, I:.73: otherwise a de-
fault will be entered agalnsl you for
the relief d( man.led in the complain)
or ii.-titi .11.
This notice shall l.- published once
each week for nan consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the Beal of
said conn al Miami. Florida on this
is day of October, 197
R. P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Clrcull Court
Dade County. Plot Ida
By: a. L. RIVAS
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Si all
DAVII. 1: S'l". INE, ESQ.
STONE .*. SOSTCHIN. P.A.
101 N.W. I2th Avenue
Miami Florida 88129
Attorney for PetH loner
6 11 2-9-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of RI-.Ii LOAD SHOPPING CENTER
al 8737 through ImC West Fourth
Avenue, Hlaleah, Florida, Intend to
register said name with the cii-rk of
the Circuit Courl of Pad.- County.
Florida.
Alfred Kessler
Benjamin BudQwsky
Frank Wallherg
Harold d Lynch
si HLISSEL .v- SCHER
Attorn*} for Applicants
111.". Lincoln Road. Miami Reach, V-i
11/9-1B-23-3"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AVD FOR
PADF COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-^'^
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE Esta'i "i
FRAI EY I EE
ised
T.. All Cridltorn and All Persons Hav-
ing claims "i Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
"i ..ii .11. h.-i. i\ notified and required
to present an} claims and demands
wh 'i' you ma} have agalnsl the es-
tate of ERA LEY I EE d......... d late
,.f Had. County, Florida lo thi Cir-
cuit Judges of Dade County, and file
ill, same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 738,18 Florida Btat-
iit< in ih. n- "in, s iii the 'ountj
Courthouse in Dade County Florida
within four calendar months from
ih.- time of the first publication here-
of, or the sain, will l" hat red.
Filed al Miami. Florida, Has I day
..f November A.D 1978
EDWARD KNIGHT, JR.
As Executor
Flrsl publication of this notice on
ih, 9th day .a November, 1973.
Ml IRTIMER S it IHEN
Attorney for Exwutoi
1102 Alnsle} I'.ldg Miami. Pla.
II 9-18
v f
and Kroop
01 annllcant
In Road
11/16-23-30 12 7
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
E-EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
CADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVIS'ON
No. 73-26882
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
The Marriage Of
I 1 TARRAGO, Wife
KAFAEL R. TARRAGO.
H ll<-1ii
iFAEL R. TARRAGO
1 Residence I'nknown)
YOC ARK HEKKBY notified that
Pel tlon for Dissolution of Marriage
. 11 fill d against you and yOU
erebj required to serve a copy
ur answer or other iileading to
II Petition mi the Wife's Attorney,
KSTER ROGERS, who-- ",dr>s '
-, N.W. 17 Avenue, Miami. Florida
and tii.- ii".....glnal wlln ""'
1 :-,. f the above styled Court on 01
< the 14th day of December,
1973, or a Default will be entered
you. _
PED this 3rd day of .Nov.-nibci.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of the circuit Court
BY W. TYMINSK1
Detiulv Clerk
11/9-16-23-30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6272
FRANK B. DOWLINO
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I In RE: Estate of M
1 EDWARD DER GURAHIAN,
-To All Creditors and All Persons HaT-
lalKM or Demands Against Said
mr!min h. rehy notified and rcouh-ed
11. present any claims and demanda
l-whlch you may have agalnst th. .?
Itate of EDWARD DER Gl RAHJAj;
.,1 |;a. of Dad.- lounl.v. I r
Ida, i" the circuit Judges ol Dade
Cl untv. and file the same 111 "up 1-
Icate and as provided m Section tm.-
Il6, Florida Statutes. In th.-ir offices
lin the County Courthouse '"',;,
ICcunty, Florida within four al.n 1>
Irmnths from the time of tile >"<
publication hereof, or the same wiu
'. Viled at Miami. Florida, this 31 day
lot October. A.D. 1973. ...,
SARA DER Ol'RAHIAN
As Executrix
[ First publication of this notice on
Ithe 9 day of November. 1973.
-I Ml i.N, HAYS k GRINDS ERG
Mtomey for Executrix
<18 Ainsley Building
llaml. Florida 33132 ji/9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ih,- undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
if \Tl.\ INSURANCE SER> ICE
,,f FLORIDA at 618 E 9th Street,
Hlaleah 83010 intends t" register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
1 mi 1 of Had.- County. Florida,
MARTA RAMO?jiM> 2<
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 7326969
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
[IKOINAl DO HERNANDEZ.
i lusband,
and
HERTA HERNANDEZ.
rt.; BERT A HERNANDEZ
Cuartel 1878
WUT33r&8pri NOTIFIED
hat .m action for Dissolution ..i Mar-
rtag, has been tiled agalnsl >"";"'"
you are required lo serve a COPJ or
vour written defenses, if any. to It
.nU ALBERT I. CARRICARTE. at-
,,,..v for Petitioner, whoae address
> T "1 S W '"' Avenue Miami.
Florida 33143. and file the "'if""'
with the clerk of the ahoy., styled
ourt on or before December 14. 19731
otherwise a default will b,. entered
(gainst ...u for the relief demanded
n the complaint or petition.
This notice shall he published once
idi w.ek for four consecutive weeka
n THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of,
-aid court at Miami. Florida on this
", da\ of November. 1973.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By A .1 RIVAS
\s Deputy <'lerk
(Clrcull Court Seal)
ALBERT 1. CARRICARTE, ESQ.
7IHII S.W lilst Avenue
Miami, Florida 666-8683
Attorney for Petitioner n/9]6j8M
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTON NO. 73-25430
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
rh HARD NORMAN M' IRGAN
Husband.
and
I .INI i \ l.i II'ISE Mi IRGAN,
Wile
TO: RICHARD NORMAN MORGAN
, .. Bonnie Morgan Kllewer
10588 N.E. Morris
Portland, Oregon
vim- ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution "f Mar-
rlagi has been filed agalnsl you and
you are required 10 serve a copy tl
vour Itten di.....". If any. to it
on BAXTER ft FRIEDMAN, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is iy,;
N E 168rd Street. North Miami
Peach, Florida 88162 and file the
original with the clerk of the above
m, ,,i court on or h, fore November
30, ll'T": otherwise a default will t-c
entered agalnsl you for the relit i
demanded In the complalnl or petition
This notice shall be published i ni i
each week r-.r four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS mv hand and Hi.
, aid court al Miami. Florida on
,liis is day ol lober. 1973.
RICHARD P BRINKER
A- ci. 11 Circuit Ci in i
Dade County. Florida
By A .1 RIVAS
,\. Deput} Clerk
(Circuit Courl Seal I
BANTER .V- FRIEDMAN
|7.", N E 163rd Street
North Miami Beach, Florida :'.:',iol
By: MARJORIE F. ROBBIN8
A".......V""1V'"......To/28 11 -2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-3920
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
DANIEL HCTNER
deceased
Tti All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estatf :
Vou are hereby notified ami required
to present any claims and demands
which vou may- have against the es-
tate ol DANIEL Hl'TNER deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, lo the
Circuit Judges of Dad. County, and
file ih. same In duplicate and as
provided In Bection 738.16, Florida
Statutes, 111 their Offices ill the Conn
1} Courthouse In Dad.- County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
ih. lime of the flrsl publication here-
of, or the same will be haired
Piled ai Miami Florida, this 12th
da} "i l ictober, A D 1978
BERNARD HCNTER
As Administrator
Flrsl publication of this notice on
the 26 day of Oi Liber, 1978,
ST \NI.KV .M PRED
I'ltED & NLWMAN
\itornev for Administrator
801 Made Federal Building
Miami. Florida 33131 -- ::77 I
II'2-9-11
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-2753?
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RK: THE M \RKIAGH OF
\\ UU'IA STEPHANIE GIBBS
and
CARV GIBBS
TO: GARY GIBBS
;0(i Hen net I Avi nue
\, u York, New York
Yi .; ARE HEREBY
thai an action i"i Dlssolutl
nan.- hai i..... fib tl again
.. i iy an ri tiuli hI lo sei 11
von, w nil. a il.:. nses. i
NOTIFIED
......f Mar-
Hi you HI 'I
a rop} of
any, to it
,, .ii isi-.ril SI HMIER, Esq attor-
nv! i,.i Petltloni i Mho-, ...I.I.'
80S Lincoln Road Sun. 206, M......
Ueach, Florida 33139, and rili
original with ihe clerk of ih* .....
Ktyled courl i ni hi rore Di iii' r
,7 |973; i in, i u i-. i di faull will he
entered against you i"i the r.-l-, i
.,, ,,,., ded in the complalnl or petl-
notlce -hall be publish, il
.;|l ), week for four consecutive weeks
, THE JEW ISII FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and Ins seal
of said court al Miami, Florida on
ihis 9th day of November r>,..
RICHARD P BRINKER
A- CI, rk. Circuit Couri
Bade Count}. Florida
By W TVMINSM
As Deputy clerk
(Clrcull couri Seal)
JOSEPH SCHMIF.R
80*1 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida
Attorney for Petit.....er ^^^^.
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 73-27551
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE "
NORMAN BOORT.
i lusband,
iK
a
id
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
|NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 73-25402
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
Th. marriage of
KEI.SI I T SMITH, husband.
JACQUELYN SMITH wife.
TO: KELSO T. 8MITH
,. .. industrial Marble ompany
I3DA4 .'I'1 Humble Road
Humble, Texaa. 77388 ,.,_......
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
hat an action for Dissolution of -Mar-
nag, has been filed against you and
vu ar, required to serve a copy 01
vour wlinen defenses, if any. to II
,.,, ARTHUR H LIPSON, ESQ.. at-
torney lor Petitioner, whose address
,s I.imi bo ocean Drive, Hallandale.
Florida 38009, and file the original
with the ci.-rk of th.- "hove styled
curt on or before November 28 l.
otherwise a default will be entered
against vou for the relief demanded
in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall he puhhshcl on..
fach week for four consecutive weeki
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the K al
Of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 19 day of October, 1978.
RICHARD P. IHtl.NKl-.K
As Clerk. Circuit Court
I iade County. Florida
By l. SNEEDE.N
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Si I
Arthur H Lipson. Esq.
1*80 So 'oan I irive
Hallandale. Florida 33009
Attorney for Petitioner wife
'-'^ -"'''"' 10/26 11/2-9-16
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 73-25584
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I.N RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
ni BEN BANTANA, Husband
and
BEATHIZ BANTANA. Wife
Tl c BEATItIZ SANT w \
Residence Address t'nknnw n
ViH ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolutu.....I Mor-
riagi has been filed agalnsl you and
. u are required t i sei vi r eopj .; ,
your written defenses, if any, to it
nn Al-BERT I. CARRICARTE.
I, :,,, \ for Petitioner, whose addn --
' In 700] s VV, Klsl Vvenue, Miami. |
Florida 83143, and file Ihe original
with the chrk ..f the above styled
:, ,. ,., befon November 30. 1973:
otherwise a default will be entered
, against >..u for thi re liel demanded
m in, comp'ainl or petitlpn.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four ,",,.-,, utlve wi i Ks
,,, THE JEM isll FU1R1DIAN.
\\ ITNE8S in' hand and th.
,., -aid ".in Bl Miami. Florida on
ilns 19 day of > ictolier.
R|i HARD P BRINKER
As Calk. Circuit Court
Dad, County, Florida
Bj A. L RIVAS
As Deputy Cli i'
(Clrcull Court Beall ,
ALBERT I. CARRICARTE. ESQ.
7001 S.W Blsl Avenue
Miami. Florida ::::14:(
ittorm v for l'.-iHlonei
10 88 II 3-9-18
franci:.- EG< 'RT,
Wife
I-,, NORMAN BOOR1
K Kennedy Ijin
Millord. Mas-..-Inc. It* "''.''.,,.,,
YOC VRE HEREB1 NOTIFIED
ihai an action i"i Dissolution nl Alar-
,iaK,. has been filed ai..... I > anu
vou are required lo serve H iop> ni
VOUl written di "Ses, II any. to It
, BAXTER & FRIEDMAN, atlor-
. v p.. Petitioner, whose adrtress is
,.--, s' k u.a.l Sir., i. North Mi.-m
Florida awl file II.....*j
,a ihe ah,,\ stj 'I
.,.,, i,. ember 21 si.
., ill fault will i" e-
,,u for ih- ri
mi......! This notice -hall i" published
,...,, week for four >"*' vv""
{," THE JEWISH FLOUIDIA.N
WITNESS m.V hand
of
Ih
with
, ourt
1973:
l...e,l
leik
,. or I"
.iherw is.
and
sa,.....uri al Miami. Florida
th da> "i Novembei
RICHARD I' BRLNhh.ll
As ci.rk. i Ircull I ourl
Jiail, County. Flol'da
H, x \ HEW Bl 1
A, 11. puty Clel
i, : "iiri Seal i
RANTER FRIEDMAN
is:. \ E l3rd Street
S-ortl Miami Beai h. Florids
,';' MARJORIE F ROBBINS
Attorney for Wife s
IL' 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ........
NOTICE IS HEREBY CD I.N that
I,',. undersigned, desiring to engagi In
rSco^vw^Dr cn.'PT
ourt Miami Intend to .register aaM
name with the Clerk of the t in-uit
Court of Dade County. Horlda.
MA1a.-ol.\, s BOTLAND. P.A.
SpArher Zemel. Boeki.i. Hellbron.,er
& Karp. P.A.
Attorneys for app Rant
,00 N. Biscayne Blvd.. Mlam^ 233()
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY civi.n that
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
,,, business under the P"V?&n"SK
Of AMY'S BAG at 2701 N.W. 6U1
Avenue. Miami. Fla intends to regis-
ter said nam. with the i Itrk
Clrcull curi of Dane County Flor-
AMY HANDBAGS, INC.
By Joseph Randall. President
Bcblissel ami s.her
Attorneys (or Applicant
(OS Lincoln Road. Miami BMcn
ll/9-16-3-o0
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. 73-2604?
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
RE1GN1E C INCKI.A
and
CONCHITA INCERA
TO: Conchlta Incera
149 S Weslmorelalin
iV.s"A^'h-:.-alifor"i";-^n.
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
rlace has been filed against you and
v, a., required to serve a copy oi
vour written defenses, it any. to It
;.,, Adolf., Koss. Bsoulre, attoraey for
Petitioner, whose addraaa Is "i N.w
12th Avenue, Miami. Florida III 38.
ami file the orttriMil with the clerk
of the above styled courl on or De-
f,,. November 10 1978; otherwise
a default will he entered agalnsl you
tor ihe r.ii.f demanded In the com-
plaint or petition. .....
Till- notice shall he puhhshcl one.
ea.-h w,,l< for four consecptlve weKs
, THE JEWISH Fl nRIDIAN
WITNESS ni. hand and in. Seal
of sai.l courl al Miami. Florida I tl
ihis 25 da. of (ctohl r. 1973.
RICHARD !' BRINKI R
As Clerk. Clrcull Cur:
Dadi County. Florida
By A .! RIVAS
As Dl PUty Cl. rk
iillrcuil Court Bi <
AdOlfo Koss. I".-^iu:re
mi N W FJth Avenue
Miami. Fla. 13121
A.toni.y (or Petitioner ^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVIS'ON
No. 73-26996
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
i : RE 'Di. Marriage ol
V..MKS V MARTIN JR.
Husband
I I.NDA il MARTIN.
Kir": LINDA M MARTIN. B38 S.
hT-mm
S5S...... ^'"';:,^;',.;:riJ.,r
Ihi peinion... I""-" ,K',. before
^cenrnber,rr,.97i:SoV0eni-e petition
will h. conffssed.
**** SORV.chrd7P Brinker
Clerk, Circuit Court
u. c I- COPELAND
'"'"'^ ,'1",'! (,.16-33.30
'NE^EENC^%TD.CC^TC,RFCUTrTE
IN AND FOR____
BADE COUNTY FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No 73-6215 tParker,_
NODCE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
M y|:|i CAl.AN
have agalnsl the es-
prAMni
which you may
"""'".Tvi'tii'. -'\ vn d.-.eas. "I late
v Judges of Dade County.
,e !,f ih. first publication hereof.
rw,(ss:,a thi. i,.h
-.....i"i'',:,'-,^1c.u.an
\. Administratrix
K,rs, publication ol this notice n
Ihed .lav o, November. 19.3.
SIDNEY EFRONSON
Attorney for Estate
B12 Ainsley l'uiM I
Miami.-Florida ,, ,,



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GRADE A'
18 TO 22 LBS.
AVERAGE
I* TO 14 LU.
AVERAGE
?5C
FOR YOUR HOLIDAY DINING PLEASURE, WE WILL CARRY A FULL VARIETY OF
BONELESS TURKEY ROASTS, CAPONS, DUCKS, CORNISH HENS, ROASTING CHICKENS
OR STUFFED TURKEYS.
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN -------,
1USDA ^^
$ 49
SIRLOIN
US CHOICE WESTERN
STEAKS
*1
Chuck Roast........................lB 89(
U S CHOICE WESTERN
Porterhouse Steak
-, *ow, ,tHn U s CMOia CR> 0 VAC
Boneless Crossnb Roast LB $149 Corned Beef Brisket
U S CHOICE WESTERN BEEF
LB.
S159
LB |
$129
LB
FLA. OR SHIPPED GRADE A
FRYER PARTS
WMOK III AST WITH ll|t
""Oil IIOS
ImiChj DIUMMiCKS
FLA. OR SHIPPED GRADE A
FRYER QTRS.
All FLAVORS. REGULAR
P.P. Brand Sedas
12-OZ.
CANS
PP BRAND
Jellied Cranberry Sauce '.&8? 25c
COMSTOCK
Pumpkin Pie Filling.............'canz 25c
HOLLAND HOUSE
Cocktail Mixes *" fLAv> o"ce 75c
P P BRANO FANCY
Hawaiian Pineapple Juiced 39c
PP BRAND PLACED
Stuffed Queen Olives..........f;g 69
LARGE SIZE
Winston Broil-A-Foil ^ 59c
MASTER'S
ALL
FLAVORS
-oz.
CUPS
FLEISCHMANN S UNSALTED
I
REFRESHING
Master's Lemonade
PILLSBURY HOLIDAY PACK 'ALl VARIETIES
HALF GAL 0O<
CONTAINER CJJ
TASTES LIKE
SWORDFISH
SKINLESS fc BONELESS
"UMUBI nULIUAl HACK .-
Slice N' Bake Cookies 2 rolls $118
63
WISCONSIN HOLLAND STYLE BABY
Gcuda or Edam Cheese
DELICIOUS
6-OZ
PKG
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUN. NOV. lh.
AT All FOOD FAIR STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS WITH
YOUR EVERY PURCHASE FOR THE
"niNiuMn] MOST BEAUTIFUL NAME BRAND GIFTS!
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
MOST OF OUR PRODUCE IS NOT PREPACKAGED
SO THAT YOU CAN BUY EXACTLY WHAT YOU NEED.
WESTERN GOLDEN OR
RED DELICIOUS
APPLES
3 $1
GARDEN FRESH
Sno-White Cauliflower heAD59c
JUICY NORTHWESTERN ..
D'Anjou Pears ii 38
U.S. NO. I _^
Red Bliss Potatoes 5 bag 79c
ASSORTED COLORS
ROTTED
MUMS VoT
$|98
MRS. SMITH'S PUMPKIN
CUSTARD PIE
26-OZ.
PKG.
FROZEN
Whipped Topping................. 39e
DELICIOUS FROZEN
Birds Eye Cool Whip %fi 49c
GREAT FOR ANY KIND OF FILLING
Pet Ritz Pie ShellsfRO"N3 & $1
BIRDS EYE FROZEN "' '
Creamed Spinach Vkg 35
WITH HOLLANDAISE SAUCE FROZEN
Broccoli Spears "RD$IYI '?Koz 45
BIROS EYE FROZEN
French Beans mSSm
9-OZ.
..........PKG.
45
/Ifrfetif&i
f/
AVAILABLE AT STORES HAVING SERVICE COUNTERS
ALl IUNCH MEATS AND CHEESE SLICED TO YOUR ORDE-
TURKEY ROLL
59 t
AIL WHITE
MEAT
HUSCHA4ANN S UNSALTED
Corn Oil Margarine !& 61
MAHI MAHI STEAKS
$109
I lb. Real Cream Topping 6CAN' 49
Fancy Flounder Fillet,.. .. 99e Flo-Sun Orange Juice 3 cqoun\rst 89c
"E RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES NONE SOLD TO DEALERS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR IVPOr.!^^'
Vt^KAPHICAl ERRORS.
HEBREW NATIONAL KOSHER
Salami or Bologna n.V 95c
DELICIOUS SLICED
Freshly Smoked Lox qulYti" $139
WHITE OR COLORED
teXESfi*9" Cheesed 69c
Men's Semi-Soft Chees* ".y 55c
SAVE 13-REFRESHING BEER
Old Milwaukee
12-02.
POP-TOP
CANS


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