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

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Uewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UN/TIT end THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 46 Number 46
Miami, Florida Friday. November 23, 1S73
Two Section? Pric-? 25 eenU
STRONG TALK FOR POLITICAL OPPOSITION
We 11 Never Return to Old Boundaries -- Meir
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) Premier Golda .Meir has served i
that Israel will never return to r- '.I boundaries, "We learned
things during the Yom Kippur War, b il one thing we did no- learn
was that we had to return I June 4 1987 lines which invite our
neighbors to aggression," she declared in a political statement open-
ing a special session of the Kness ;.
'Mistaken is he who thinks
PREMIER MEIR
post war Israel will be weakei i
and frightened," Mrs Meir said.
"POST-WAR Israel will be
just as peace-seeking a.-, yester-
day am! ready for the battle to
I I her rights and des
n more than yesterday."
irous defense of Isra< -
position on the crucial issue of
secure boundaries was made only
hours alter V.S. Secretary of
Henry A Kissinger indi-
cated in Peking thai I rael would
iiave to make substantial with-
Ms. and said the U.S. was
considering a mutual security
treaty with Israel as one of Uie
possible ways of guaranteed it
borders once a formal Middle
Ea^t peace settlement is achieved.
Kissinger mad' his remarks in
an interview in the Chinese capi-
tal taped for television broad-
Continued on Page 8-A
MINACHIM Bf/G/N
Give it All Back,
Mansfield Warns
On 'Meet Press'
\S1IINGT0N (JTA) Senate Democratic Majority Leader
Mansfield believes the Nixon administration should insist on
going back to its pre-Six-Day War borders and upholds the
: European countries for supporting the Arab view because
II ir need for oil.
AS DUTCH REPAIR TIES TO ARABS
MANSFIELD, appearing on
"Meet the Press" program
Sunday, was asked by Washing-
i Post reporter David S. Broder
whether the "change in the en
situation is going to cause
United States to bring a
[real amount of additional pres-
sure on the State of Israel to ac-
!>t those UN directives about
Mine back to the pre-1967 bor-
ders."
That T could not say." Sen.
Mansfield responded, "but 1 j
assume that that is a topic of dis-
ussion as far as this administra-
tion is concerned, and I think
rightly so."
The Montana senator, who is
usually not in sympathy with as
ice for Israel, said that the
Middle East situation "was an
POW Flights
Continue
Into Lydda
LOD AIRPORT (JTA) A
iroup of 33 Israeli prisoners of
. ar arrived from Egypt earlier
this week bringing to 142 the
i.umher of Israeli POWs returned.
So far Israel has returned 4.550
Egyptian POWs. The latest arriv-
als the fifth group of POWs
since the exchange began
were delayed by the Egyptians
for unexplained reasons and ar-
rived several hours later than
expected.
THEY WERE greeted at the
airport by Defense Minister
Moshe Dayan and his wife, Rachel
Dayan. The POWs were then reg-
istered, issued fresh clothes and
sent home.
Meanwhile, the evacuation of
sick and wounded from the town
of Suez continued under Article
3 of the Israeli-Egyptian ceasefire
agreement.
The agreement covers all hos-
pitalized persons in the town, and
while some are civilians, many are
Continued on Page 2-A
area outside NATO's responsibil-
Ity."
"Those allies of ours" in Eu-
rope, he said, "are sovereign na
tions, and they have to do what
they think is best in their own
interests.
NBC COMMENTATOR Bill
Monroe asked Sen. Mansfield
Continued on Page 5-A
No Change
Between Us,
Brandt Vows
WILLY BRANDT
'
BUSINESS AS USUAL
We Sell Arms to Saudis
WASHINGTON(JTA) Despite Saudi Arabia's total em-
bargo on petroleum supplies to the United Slates, the State De-
partment has not altered its willingness to sell arms to King
Faisal's government, and it has no "serious study" underway
for a U.S. counter-embargo by withholding food shipments to
the Arab kingdom.
State Department spokesman George Vest expressed
positions here after the Jewish Telegraphic Agency inquired
about the current U.S. position on its projected sale of arms of
more than $2 billion to Saudi Arabia.
BEFORE THE Yom Kippur war began, the U.S. and Saudi
Arabia were holding technical discussions about the project.
These have not been pursued since the Arabs attacked Israel Oct.
6, Vest said.
"No basic change" has taken place in U.S. policy, he ob-
served, but he added "We will have to look into all aspects in
the days ahead."
STRASSBOURG (JTA)
Chancellor Willy Brandt told the
European Parliament here that
West Germany's support of the
Middle East resolution of the
nine Common Alarket countries
would in no way effect the "spe-
cial relations between Bonn and
Israel.
"Nobody will be surprised if 1
say here that Israeli-German re-
lations have a special character.
This characteristic remains un-

letters to Bonn 3-A
U.S.-Israel Treaty 6-A
Brandt Shows Stripes 8-A
1.25 Billion Coal 9-A
War Unexpected 9-A
Israel's Arabs 11 A
Walking Mine ?ield 13-A
Relations With France .. 15-A
Guns on Guantanamo 15-A
'

touched For us there can be no
neutrality of the heart and of
the conscience." he said.
THE RESOLUTION of the nine
EEC nations adopted in Brussels
supported most of the Arab po-
sitions in the Middle East con-
flict. It has been denounced by
Continued on Page 12-A
U.S. PLAYS TODAY
Truce Fraud
Favors Egypt,
Red Pressure
By JOSEPH POI.AKOFF
JTA Washington Bureau Chief
The six-point Egyptian-Israeli
agreement signed on the C airo-
Suez city road is seen here by
political observers as initiated by
Washington, dictated by Cairo
with Moscow's prompting, and
accepted bj Israel on American
advice to appease Egypt on the
immediate issues to get some kind
of dialogue going.
The best that can be said for
the agreement, these sources in-
dicate, is that essentially it is a
test of Egyptian and Soviet ii
tions. "A start nad to come some-
time of what they really want."
one said. The agreement favors
Egypt nearly all the way, it was
noted.
In exchange for some 350 pris-
Continued on Page 3-A
TWO BIRDS WITH ONE STONE
Save Gas: Don 9t Drive on Sabbath
By Special Report
American Jews were urged to join in the massive effort to con-
serve energy, as advocated by President Nixon in his nationwide
address, by instituting "Shabbos as a car-less day."
This call for an "added Jewish dimension" to assist conservation
was issued by Rabbi Moshe Sherer, executive president of Agudath
Israel of America.
THE ORTHODOX Jewish lead- .
er focused attention on "the consumption by masses of
staggering figures of gasoline observant American Jews,
non-
who
use their automobile on Satur-
day, in violation of Jewish re-
ligious law," and pleaded with
them to "halt the use of their
automobi?' from sunset Friday
through late Saturday."
Such action, he declared, would
be "a demonstrative act of pa-
triotism. well as a service to
Israel, whose very existence is
being th itcncd by the black-
mail of Arab oil-producing coun-
tries
"And. once the Jewish masses
taste the beauty of curtailing
their weekday activities on the
Jewish Sabbath, they may then
be motivated to more fully ex-
perience the tranquility of Sab-
bath rest," Rabbi Sherer declared,
Continued on Page 13-A


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Friday, November 23, 1973
f
Beii-Curion Felled
By Stroke But
Remains Conscious
ill AVIV Former Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion's cot
dition was reported to be still
mtIous, actually with no chang<
to better or worse since he was
admitted t>> the hospital suffer
ins from cerebral hemorrhage
1 caused his right side to
')(( ima paralyzed,
Hi- -on. Amus, and two daugh
! i Renana ami Geullah, ami
their familial wara at his bed-
side throughout the night.
BKN-GUtlON actually passed
;: <]iiict night, and at midweek
Ihe medical examination showed
no ohangc.
This gave hope to his doctors
that he may recover. Neverthc
! lliev still defined his con
dition is serious.
Ben-Gurion was placed in a
ward thai was closed to the pub
lie. and a policeman was place:!
at the door to enable absolute
quiet in the ward.
The 87-year-old former prime
minister is in full consciousness,
but lie eannot talk
T1IK MEDICAL director of the
Tel Hashomer Sheba Medical Cen-
ter, Dr, Hordechal Shani, and his
deputy, Dr. Ladeslaw Goldmann.
Mho i> Ben-Gurion's private physi
Tekoah is 'Satisfactory'
NEW YORK UTA) Is-
rael's Vjatassador Vosef Tekoah
was reported lure Tuesday u> be
in satisfactory condition
A Mourn Sinai Mospiial -pokes
man -aid that Tekoah was trans
ferred from Ihe intensive can
regular room in
unit to a
hospital
Tekoah was taken to the hoa
pital two wp-K- ago after addn ..
mg a rail) >n behalf of 1.,
POW8.
No word was given as to ..I,.
he' will leave the hospital.
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DAVID SIN GURION
Cian, are in constant attendance
at Ben-Gurion's bed.
on Tuesday Defense Minister
Mo-he Dayan visited Ben-Gurion.
A medical bull 'tin was expected
later in the v y ';.
POW Flights Floiving into Lod
Continued from Page I-A
youns men of military age ami
prcstimablv soldiers
All of Ihe evacuees are garbed
in the traditional Egyptian white
alabaya, a long gown which
1: impossible in diffcrenti
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'! he prisoner exchange be
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Shortly afterward. 44 woundec1
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Ceasefire is Fraud- Favors Egypt, Soviets
Continued from Page 1-A
. of war, which Israel right ly
declared should he a separate
ice component under the Ge-
neva Convention. Egypt gets
7.800 POW's a 22-1 ratio. In
lion, Egypt will be allowed
to resupply its trapped Third
\nn> and thus physically recon-
liljo'n it for battle.
THK TRUMPETING, especially
from American sources, that Is-
finally after 25 years is get-
a signed agreement with
pt face-to-face, is dismissed
by political realists here as a
symbol without real meaning. A
lar act of temporary field ar-
ementa was made by field
commanders of the opposing ddM
,nlj s week ago albeit orally.
Egypt controls, with Soviet sup-
port, the circumstances of the de-
fied disengagement forces. Wash-
ington, eager to regain primacy
from Moscow along the Nile,
wants desperately for Egypt to
resume diplomatic relations.
This was indicated when the
Egyptian-American understanding
was first announced in Washing-
ton and the word was for "an
immediate" exchange of ambas-
sadors. When it turned out that
full diplomatic relations actually
was only "in principle," the State
Angry Mail
Hits Bonn
In Torrent
WASHINGTON (JTA)
The West German 'Embassy has
isclosed that it is receiving
qu tc a number" of letters from
i,cans expressing "concern
ind sadness" over West Ger-
many's ban on shipment of war
to Israel from United
States bases in Germany shortly
r the Yom Kippur war
started.
\n Embassy spokesman said
\ bassador Baron Berndt von
,i was n .ponding to such
-is by replying that West
iny's "non-partisan" policy
not be understood as one of
fference" and that the West
nan position was determined
primarily by its interest in a
ly Mideast peace which can
i ccepted and recognized a
"by all nations" in the re-
HE ALSO is telling letter writ-
rs that the ban on arms trans-
to II I'.'iel came after the
l Nations Security Council
Oct. 22 ceasefire and applied to i
loading of Israeli ships in Ger-
man ports.
An aide to the envoy told the
JTA that "our government did not
say a word" about shipments
prior to Oct. 22.
Meanwhile, letters continued tc
arrive also at the Netherlands.
Denmark and Portugal Embassies
expressing gratitude to those gov-
ernments for supporting Israel.
A senior official at the Dutch
Embassy told JTA that much of
the "considerable amount" of
mail coming to the Embassy was
"very touching."
Spokesmen at the three Embas-
sies said the mail was coming a!
most entirely from individuals
including some rabbis, and rep-
resented all parts of the United
States.
Finger's Appointment
Is Announced By APT-
Thr \ *' rvefnmatlon Leaeue ot
B'nai B'rith ha<- announced the BO
pointment of Justice J. Finger to
the newlv crea'ed post of assi=t*pt
director of the Civil Riehts DM
sion.
Mr. Fineer will cordinate the
activities of the Division's IBW.
Fact Finding. Rweareh and Eval-
uation, Discriminations. Middle
Enstern. European and Latin
American Affairs Departments
Arnold Forste:. associate director
and general counsel of the League,
is director of the Division.
Department blandly told the h
ish Telegraphic Agi ncj thai the
variation between "full" and "in
principle" relationship is a dis-
tinction without ,i difference."
Actually, of course, the symbol
ism is of major importance in
diplomatic parlance and it signi-
fies Egyptian control of the rela-
tionship.
THE AMERICAN flag does not
fly "in principle" in Cairo. The
U.S. "interests section" continues
to exist under the Spanish em-
blem, the exchange of ambassa-
dors notwithstanding. It appears
Egypt still has something more
to acquire from Washington he-
fore there is "full" relations. A
much more important indication
of Egyptian control is that the
Egyptian blockade in the Red
Sea. bottling up Eilat's shipping,
is not mentioned in the agree
ment.
Not only does the blockade
hamper Israeli oil needs but it is
now seen as an Egyptian bargain-
ing card to force the Israelis out
of the entire Suez region, if not
..II Sinai. Kor diplomatic reasons,
the State Department does not
notice any blockade, it was nevei
forii'.-ill. announced as such by
Egypt," it says
> fcvertheless, pro-Israelis here
see the agreement as an oppor-
tunity for a breakthrough in ne-
gotiations apart from the I'HW
issui and the ceasefire crystalli-
zation hopes. "If the Egyptians
cheat said one pro-Israeli source
ivlth reference to a passible link-
up of Egypt's Second and Third
Armies despite the ceasefire,
"there are options on both sides."
IN THE emphasis over the
agreement here, several other
factors have received little atten-
tion. One is that Saudi Arabia's
King Faisal, an anti-Communist
and regarded as pro-American
and with tremendous U.S. pri-
vate investments with his realm
and his own in Wall Street, has
delivered for the first time his
congratulations to the Soviet gov-
ernment on the anniversary of its
October Revolution.
This is variously interpreted
here. Faisal may only be ac
knowledging his thanks for Mos-
cow's support to Hie .Arafe war
machine. The gesture therefore
inaj be only of minor importance.
But if Riyadh is acknowledging
the "new realities" in the Middle
Easl that is the Soviet en-
trance in quest of primacy
Faisal is possibly poking a threat
to Washington. Ho may be saying
that he may invest much of his
wealth in the Soviet Union
just like American capitalists al-
ready have done and agitating
for more, and in return get So-
viet protection for his throne.
Despite the incongruities of a
Riyadh Moscow friendship it is
not impossible, given Soviet polit-
ical cynicism. The USSR made a
deal with the Nazis when it was
convenient. Why not a suitable
vehicle now on its penetration in-
to the Middle East?
ANOTHER FACTOR is that
Secretary of State Henry A, Kis-
singer, in his cyclonic diplomatic
activities in the Middle East, has
frequently consulted recently
with Sen. J. W. Fulbright. it
.nixed that Kissinger had
led sharing of diplomatic d
velopments with the Senate For-
Relations Committee, an I
this sharing is regarded as csse
tiai on all sides.
" Nevertheless,' since4 fulbright
the committee chairman, is t H -
current American political Idol
of the Soviet and Arab leaders,
his avowed support of Kissinger -
Middle Ea-t goals lends ere line
to the feeling that the seen
is aiming for a .Middle East sc tie-
ment close to Fulbright's ideas
These include a compromise n
Qolan Heights and Sharm cl
Sheikh and an internationalized
Jerusalem, in essence, this ipelU
a return of Israel to its pre Si!
Day War area within a guarantee
ol U.S. military support within
United Nations framework, The
guarantee of course is suspect
given the national revulsion to
"another Vietnam" and l"iii
brighfs own strong opposition t"
U.S. troops going into the Middle
East. He indicated this again b.
calling the Senate's attention onl.
the other day to the petitions h.
has been receiving against US
military involvement in the Mid-
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Volume 46
Friday, November 23, 1973
Number 47
23 HESHVAN 5734
rpHE TIMES Literary Supple-
ment, which is the book re-
view section of London's Sunday
Times, has come out with a pro-
vocative article entitled, "And
Shall We Rebuild Jerusalem?"
The bitterly cynical tone of the
inn rrogative title, which plays
on the ancient and spiritual im
perative that we shall BUILD
Jerusalem, and no question about
it, discusses two books just pub
lished in London, Arthur Kutch
er's "The New Jerusalem" and
Arieh Sharon's "Planning Jeru-
salem."
THE SECOND of these book:
i-; nf particular significance be-
cause Sharon headed the team of
Mindlin
. ajaM ':
,
Israeli architects that spent two
years ol study and, in 1U70. sub
milted a Master Plan to the gov
eminent designed to conserve
and rehabilitate the old City won
M
an on Flying Trapeze
Henry Kissinger is as swashbuckling in his diplomacy
as he is in the ease which he hits world capitals. He is
withdrawals from the territories it occupied during the
In Peking, toasting our new Chinese buddies, he as-
sured the Chinese Peoples Republic, which means Com-
munist China, that Israel will have to make substantial
withdrawals from the territories is occupied during the
1967 Six-Day War.
The question Dr. Kissinger should ask himself and
we ourselves is why the Chinese should need to be
assured on this at all. The answer is of course obvious.
China, as big chief of the Third World, is rapidly be-
coming the big chief of the Non-Aligned World. In fact, tho
distinction between these two worlds grows smaller and
smaller as the days go by.
Somewhere along the way, we seem to be forgetting
what Maoism is all about. In our has'.e to woo the Chinese,
we are letting old allegiances go down the drain.
Alternatives for Taiwan
We are not suggesting that Chiang Kai-shek is a stal
wart symbol of human freedom. Still, we have brought up
an entire generation of Americans in the belief that the
Nationalist Chinese are the White Hats and the Red Chi-
nese the black.
In fact, we fought a war in Korea in behalf of that prin-
ciple and involved ourselves in Vietnam for the same rea-
son.
Dr. Kissinger's final betrayal of that principle in Peking
not only broke the trail for a one-China policy, but it served
as an invitation to the Peking plutocrats to set their gun-
sights on the people of Taiwan.
In assuring the friendly Communists of the friendly
Peoples Republic that the Israelis must return to the status
quo ante. Dr. Kissinger was doing much the same to Israel.
If Israel has no more alternative than Taiwan to the
"generous" toasts of the man on the flying trapeze, then it
is a bleak day indeed.
Where is the Justice?
Hardly had the citizens of South Beach settled them-
selves comfortably into their leisure-time facility run by
the YM and WHA here, then an arsonist last week burned
the building 'down with the kind of obvious malevolence
that deserves punishment.
This was more than an act of spite. It was an act of
psychological instability perpetrated by a nine-year-old
boy well-known in the neighborhood as a "trouble-maker."
His age let him off without punishment. But within
days, he was found at school brandishing a pistol from
which a shell had been fired.
What can the community do? Surely, it must be able
to protect itself against such pathological illness.
Are not the senior citizens for whom the center had so
quickly become a home and a source of personal pleasure
entitled to as much consideration as an underage delin-
quent capable of crime on a major scale?
Orthodox Gas Solution
The Orthodox Jewish leaders who are urging Jews
not to drive on Saturdays as their contribution to the en-
ergy crisis have found a tongue-in-cheek way of criticizing
their co-religionists who happen not to be Shomer Shabbat.
They are pleading for a two-in-one commitment: to
America and to Judaism as they see it.
But the question is whether the Shomer Shabbat will
now be rewarded with Sunday-driving privileges we may
all be deprived of if we are to believe the word from Wash-
ington these days because he walks his "sacrifice" on
Saturday.
We would not be surprised to see this emerge as a
national issue if rationing and or new driving restrictions
become the order of the day.
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in the 1967 Six-Day without, as
the Times puts it, "transforming
it into a mere museum."
Obviously, the intent of the
Times article is that Sharon's
plan has been largely ignored
hence the article's cynical title.
Architectural considerations
apart, the Times piece is a putre-
scent political polemic that fits
in well with this distinguished
newspaper's editorial attitude to-
ward the Yom Kippur War, in
which 'I justified London's pro-
Arab stance on the basis that
Britain is, after all, not a Zion-
ist mouthpiece.
IN FACT, the article goes fur-
thcr than that, both politically
AND architecturally. It is." redo-
lent with the kind of thinly-dis-
guised anti-Semitism that is the
hallmark ot British elitism in-
tellectual and every other kind.
And so, for example, in via v-
ing with alarm what it regards
as Jewish financial exploitation
of Jerusalem amounting to archi-
tectural rape of its ancient and
hallowed atmosphere, the Times
article also suggests that:
The chaotic growth of the
city began to occur only "since
the Israeli occupation," meaning
the Six-Day War;
The "threat" to Jerusalem is
'indirectly political" because, un-
til the Six-Day War, Jerusalem
was neither cle jure nor de facto
Israel's; while now of course it
is Israel's at least de facto, pre-
sumably a temporary status of
which Israel is taking undue ad-
vantage by an after-the-fact build-
ing program designed to make its
occupation de jure;
The "indirect political
threat" emerged out of Israel's
move at the time of the occupa-
tion to "transfer government
activities from Tel Aviv, the in-
ternationally-recognized capital,
to Jerusalem."
NONE OF this can lay claim
Continued on Page 12-A
COMMENT
The present British, French
and German governments have,
during the last several months,
destroyed convictions that I have
held firmly for the past 40 years.
That surely took some doing.
THE MYTHS I have clung to:
collective security, foreign aid,
the free world, are no longer
worth even being treated as
myths but only as the frauds I
have known them to be but re-
fused to acknowledge out loud.
A kind of modified "America
First" isolationism, selective mil-
itary and economic aid to those
nations which stand the test of
reciprocity as friends and allies,
will be what I shall work for
WHAT DOES that mean? Well,
for me, I shall make my views
known to my Congressman as
these issues come before them
and it may come as a sur-
prise after all these years on the
other side.
I shall scrupulously avoid buy-
ing British. French or German
products, looking carefully at
labels. I am used to this, as well,
for not only did I get along fine
by not eating grapes or choosing
only lettuce with a United Farm
Workers label, but saved money
in the bargain.
I PLAN to protest the export
of our wheat, soy bsans and
other foodstuffs (and oil!) in
in short supply as sanction1;
against those nations Arab and
otherwise which are using oil
as an economic weapon of black-
mail. Two can play at that game,
if our new Secretary of State
isn't too busy flying around the
world to discover.
In other words, I consider it
time to stop being a bleeding
heart liberal when it comes to
those nations whose" self-interest
overrides any considerations of
gratitude or friendship, let alone
morality.
THE SPLIT over the Middle
East between the U.S. and the
three major European powers
well, they really aren't major,
but let them have their myth
is serious and, for us, involves
fundamental questions of the
NATO alliance which were pres-
ent even before the latest Israel-
Arab war.
It must be remembered that
they refused to have anything to
do with our efforts to re-supply
Israel, even denying our planes
the rieht to overflight and re-
fuel. They would not support our
proposals for a cease-fire in the
first week of the war, believing
that Israel was going to be beat-
en. As the New York Times has
pointed out. quoting a State De-
partment official:
THE QUESTION now is
whether we are partners or not.
whether we are just partners for
their benefit in NATO, as the
Europeans seem to think." It
has not b<-en a question at all. in
reality. When the U.S. last April
called for a new Atlantic charter.
France's response was that "there
is no alternative to the security
provided by U.S. nuclear forces"
or the stationing of our troops
in Europe, but they'd be damned
if they would go as far as to
recognize our political and eco-
nomic interests as well.
I wonder, as I certainlv did
not in 1944 when I was in France
during World War II, whether
saving the French is worth it
fiv EDWARD COHEN
again. It's not even worth going
there any more as a tourist, let
alone as a soldier.
BEHIND ALL this is complete
disillusionment with the ability
of these nations to deal with
some nobility on their own be-
half. In accepting the oil em-
bargo as a legitimate act against
Israel which they know to be
a myth, also they have bowed
to the blackmail of the Sheiks
and their international cartel
masters as they did to Hitler's
blackmail in the '30's.
Whatever your feelings about
President Nixon on other issues,
he has recognized clearly the
American stake in the Middle
East and that is to halt Soviet
influence and oil blackmail.
WE MIGHT hope that some
of that stake is a concern with
Israel but, as Americans, we can
at bast be grateful that our na
tional interests coincide with the
moral interests in this situation.
When was the last time the
British or French had such a
coincidence when they hustled
Israel into the Suez adventure in
1956 and then bowed to U.S. and
Soviet pressure? Except for Eng-
land's self-defense in the 1940s
it has had very few fine hours in
the community of nations and
France none that one can think
of during the past 100 years.
I AM a believer that those who
learn nothing from history are
fated to repeat it. I have waited
far too long to see a change in
the actions of nations to hope
that they still can change.
I don't intend to repeat that
history with them for they do not
deserve my support or yours.


Friday, November 23. 1973
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Charge Editors Slant News Against Nixon
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EDITOR. The Jewish lioiidian:
The bias and hatred against
President Nixon by the editors ol
The Jewish Floridian are cli arty
demonstrated by your misleading
and deceptive headlines on two
Items in the Nov. 9 issue, neither
oi which fits tlie printed contents.
On page 9-A you cany the large
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OUR
READERS
WRITE
"Let Thy Words Be Brief"
Koheleth (EccUsuutet)
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v line headline. "Nixon Hurting
U.S. Policy in the Middle East and
Musi Resign from Office," abovi
columnist Joseph Alsop's call foi
Nixon's resignation. A careful
reading oi the contents shows thai
A. 0p ca l< d for the President1!
i nati< n on several grounds
;PT for the Middle East
policy.
ON THE contrary, it is precisely
on that score thai Vis >p iv<
Nixon a high mark by stating that
a v h !! the Soviets threatened
t.> inn i in the Mideasl with
thi i own troops President Nixon
has in truth functioned in a way
tint oompels admiration."
On page 15- \ appears a news
report from JTA in Jerusalem by
payjd Landau regarding passage
of water and food supplies to the
t pi el Egyptian Third army.
Y .ni- title headline reads. 'Israeli
Soldiers in Egypt are Sad About
Sell-Out." Again, a careful read-
Give it Back-
Sen. Mansfield
Continued from Page 1-A
whether he 'deplored'' the Euro
pean nation's support for the
Arab countries because of the
Arab threat to shut off oil.
"1 guess they haven't much in
the way of a choice." Sen. Mans-
field replied. "Either they are
going to get the oil. or they are
going to go down the drain physi-
cally, industrially, economically
and otherwise.
'1 think before be criticize
our friends and allies that we
ought to give consideration to
the difficulties in which they
find themselves."
ing oi trie news report covered by
your headline 'how, disagreement
by Israeli soldiers as to the pas-
age of food and water to the
Egyptian army, but not one
accusing word of a "soil-out."
THE HISTORY of Israel will
forever ncord that the only rea
on Israel was strong and able to
iifcht back and survive the Yom
Kippur War were the weapons,
planes and supplies to Israel by
Nixon in the years before the war.
and the massive rush of resuppiies
dui ing the critical battlev e
II me thai Nixon had to stick
ii n< ck out for the saki i Israel
if! the price of the loss of Aral) oil
and opposition by U.S. allies.
Israel, to resist the Arabs, and
to save itself from destruction,
needed Nixon, but it could well
.io without the editors of The Jew-
ish Floridian, who seem bent on
inciting the readers against Nixon.
who, while almost the whole wide
world tuiiieu
Israi alone
Israi 1.
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Friday. November 23, 1973
Formal U.S.-hrael Treaty? i^^^^^*^^
YORK (JTA) Dr. ularity Dinner sponsored by the ner where lie received the ZOA'a rJTllO I^CSl-Slll'C Ol
NEW YORK (JTA) Dr
Emanucl Neumann, considered
the dean of American Zionism,
said here he favored a plan
whereby the United States would
formalize its relationship with Is
rael by a bilateral treaty "assur
Ing Israel of full American sup
port in any future emergency."
His statement, al an Israel Sol
idarity Dinner sponsored by the
Zionist Organization of America
to honor Dr. Neumann on his 801 n
birthday, came almost 24 hour*
before Secretary of State Henry
A. Kissinger said in Peking that
a mutual defense treaty between
the United States and Israel wa-
under consideration by the U.S.
ADDRESSING MORE than 800
persons at the $150-a-plate din
ner where lie received the ZOA'a i
Theodor Her/1 Award, Dr. Neu-
mann stated:
Russia Would Control
Middle East, Harris
Sampling Agrees
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Bj at! to 22 per cent, a majority
of the American people agree
with the statement that "if the
Vrahs had won this war. Russia
would control the Middle East
with its important oil supplies
and would have scored a major
ictory."
An even larger majority of the
public, 68 to 10 per cent, agrees
\ith the statement that "the
Viabs slill want to destroy Israel.
nit to stay militarily strong to
lefeat any Arab invasion."
THESE WERE two of the re-
wits ol a l.ouis Harris Survey
.vported on Nov. II in the Washi-
ngton Post and copyrighted by
lie Chicago Tribune.
Harris also reported thai by
41 lo 36 p< r cent, the public be
licves "the Russians were resnon
stble for this latest war
-hey gave the A>-ab ai
nissilcs and trained th .n to
ighl effectively "
other results of the polling in-
cluded: "By 79 to 4 per cent,
the American people support the
Sovii-t-U.S. sponsored United Na
tions ceasefire order in the Mid
die East.
The public is opposed. 60 to
14 per cent, to sending U.S.
troops to the Middle East even
if Israel were threatened by So-
viet armed forces.
PRESIDENT NIXON'S han-
dling of the Middle East crisis
was backed 49 to 37 per eent.
A majority of 63 to 14 pel
cer.i said Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissinger was Tight
to send arms to Israel and then
gat together with the Russians to
work out a ceasefire.
A majority agrees that "we
should nul become over com
milled to Israel! or we would
find ourselves in another Viet-
nam, and that would be wrong."
U.S. policy in sending jets.
tanks .mil anti-raisSiie gear tr.
Israel meets with more accept
ance now than ii did at the time
Day War, Harris found.
"Israel needs the support of a
superpower to flMnce the undue '
Influence of the Soviet Union
threatening its very existence:
and the U.S.. for its part, can
hardly afford to permit the Mid-
dle East to slip into the Soviet
orbit or to allow the Soviet Union
to appropriate such a vast and
important region for its imperial-
ist designs
Dr. Neumann, honorary prest
dent of the ZOA. is a former
chairman of the World Zionist J
Organization Executive-American
Section and played a leading role i
in HI47 ill presenting the casi
for a Jewish state before the UN I
ai Lake Success as a member of |
the Jewish Agency delegation te
the UN.
Herman I.. Weisman. ZOA pros
ident, paid tribute to Dr. Neu-
mann's tiiele-s efforts on behalf
of the Jewish people, Zionism
and Israel.
THE ZOA leader called on the
public to come out vigorously
against giving up any part "of
historical Eretz Israel."
He declared: "It is not too
earl.1 to say and to repeat as
often as necessary that no one is
authorised to bargain away any
integral parts of the land of f.s-1
rael which historically and juris-'
dictionary belong to the Jewish I
people and the State of Israel,
and no one is authorized to ra-
tionalize the formula of secure
and defensible borders as on ex
euse to entertain or make such
B bargain."
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Henry Howard is
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i rltl in 1843.
V.ii ions facets of l!'
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Friday, November 23, 1973
Brandt Shows His Stripes-Axel Springer
By AXEL SPRINGER
When Bonn refused to allow
transshipment of American arms
to Israel, the Russians gained an
important political victory. The
West German halt of vital arms
shipments to Israel is appalling
and indefensible and will have
serious consequences for the fu-
ture of Europe. The behavior of
NATO countries during the Mid-
dle East crisis is the shame of
Europe.
Many Germans like myself, who
have labored for three decades to
improve relations with the Jew-
ish people, bury our heads in
shame.
MAKE NO mistake. This was
not a policy that Foreign Minis-
ter Walter Scheel determined on
his own. It is the policy of Chan-
cellor Willy Brandt.
It was quite in character that
Brandt went off on holiday to
Southern France at the height of
the crisis. He doesn't realize
.hat's happening. We arc again
n Spain in 1936. The Soviet
linion is testing its most modern
Axel Springer, head of the powerful German
publishing empire, is a sturdy friend of Israel.
He arrived in Israel in his private plane for a
few days visit because, as he put it, "I felt I had
to be with my Israeli friends at this time."

arms and equipment at the price
of Israeli blood.
The bridging equipment used
by the Egyptians to successfully
cross the Suez Canal is a tiny
sample of the Soviet amphibious
bridue-carriers massed on the
banks of the Elbe, threatening
the very heartland of Germany
and this in the midst of Euro-
pean disarmament talks. Despite
all the talk of East-West detente
we may he facing a great dress
rehearsal for World War III.
German Defense Minister Georg
Leber. who is also a good friend
of Israel, realizes the danger of
s ores of Soviet Russian mobile
bridges ready to be put acros.
We'll Never Go
Back to Pre-War
Boundaries-Gold
Continued from Page 1-A
cast by the three major American
forks.
ALTHOUGH PREMIER Meir
and other Israeli leaders have
stated repeatedly in the past
;here can be no withdrawal to
the pre-Six Day War boundaries,
Mrs. Meir's uncompromising re-
iteration of that position was seen
to be directed against possible
U.S. and other pressure on Israel
for serious concessions.
But her vehement stand did
not prevent Likud opposition
leader Menachem Beigin from
making his bitterest attack on
the Premier to date during the
debate following Mrs. Meir's
statement. Demanding the imme
diate resignation of Mrs. Meir
nd her government, Beigin ac-
cused the government of allow-
ing other parties "to make deci-
sions for us."
He quoted Kissinger's Peking
remarks about treaty guarantees
as proof that withdrawal by Is-
rael would endanger the national
security.
PREMIER MEIR rejected
Egypt's demand that Israel re-
turn to the ceasefire positions
occupied on Oct. 22. "What they

call the Oct. 22 line is a term
that never existed in reality."
position of the parties on Oct.
22."
She stated Israel would not
lend itself to Egyptian accusa-
tions that it violated the Oct. 22
ceasefire and enable it to extri-
cate the Egyptian Third Army.
She reiterated Israel's interpreta-
tion of the Nov. 11 six-point
agreement signed by Israel and
Egypt as covering land, sea and
air meaning that Egypt is ob-
ligated to lift its blockade of
Bab el Mandeb. She said she had
made that point clear in her con-
versations in Washington with
President Nixon and Kissinger.
She said that although Ihe
ceasefire agreement and progress
toward peace "arc preferable to
any additional victory," the Is-
raeli defense forces are well pre-
pared on both fronts. "We held
advantageous positions, both mil-
itarily and politically," Mrs. Meir
said.
"But we are not assured that
the Egyptians or the Syrians will
not violate the cease-fire. There
fore it is not yet time for the
soldiers to return to their fami-
lies. The war is not over."
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the Elbe in a matter of minutes.
But he has been asked to keen
quiet about it so as not to spoil
Wiilv Brandt's "Ostpolitik."
I VERY much dislike being an
"I told you so" man. but it is a
fact that I predicted at an early
stage that Brandt's "Ostpolitik"
must bring about the destruction
of the West European community.
The Bonn government cannot
do anything that might upsi
Russians in any manner. In the
present stage of European aa2-
thy. I don't know v.ho would lift
a finger, if the Russians decide
to move on West Berlin. As
Berliner, I feel even mon
down by Bonn's sterile and un-
forgivable neutrality towards Is-
rael in it< hour of most dire nee:.'.
The U.S. is the only guarantee
for .-. free West Europe, and to
leal with ih? Americans over
nents to Israel thi
Brand! government did is un-
le, quite apart from I
al of Germany's mi
1 nt towards Israel.
Millions of Gernnns were
rified when Israel was attacked
by tiie Arabs, and they are ap-
pailed at Bonn's attitude toward:
the U.S. and Israel. A Christian
Democratic Union (CDU) gov I
ment would never have acted that
way. and I am saying this as a
non-party man. 1 know Willy
Brandt very well, from his years
as mayor of Berlin. I often won-
dered why people tended to over-
estimate his character and per
tonality, the same way many Ger-
mans underestimated Konrad Ad-
enauer, because of his simplicity.
EGON BAHR, Brandts close
associate and chief architect of
Bonn's Ostpolitik." once told me
that a German like Willy Brandt,
who in 1945 felt liberated, has
no need to feel guilty towards
the Jews.
in a conversation I had with
the former Chancellor Adenauer
shortly before his death six years
ago, he made three points which
I regard as a spiritual testament.
He said:
Don't trust the Russians in
their talk.
Be careful with the unbal-
anced German people.
Keep up Germany's friend-
ship with Israel and the Jewish
people.
Unlike Brandt, who often
chooses to remain silent in times
of crisis and political embarrass
ment as he is doing now
Adenauer always had the courage
to speak out. He was convinced
that his love and support for
Israel were also in the best serv-
ice of Germany.
The ooposition and my news-
papers had warned the Ameri-
cans that they weer supporting
the wrong people, just for the!
*ake of promoting an East-West j
detente. The majority of the Ger-|
,'nan people is definitely pro-
American. A recent public opin-
ion poll by the well-known and
reliablo Allensbach group showed
that the U.S. arm air I ft to Is-
rael has raised a'lout German
sui iorl for Washington from 57
66 per cent, Most Germans arc
-till very much concerned over;
the Russians and would want to,
Fee a umted Europe in trans-'
Atlantic union with the U.S.
BONN'S SOcalled balanced
Middle East policy and its sterile
neutrality are not even balanced
.my more. The German prote.-t to
the Americans over the arms ship-
menU to Israel was first made
public by the West German am-
bassador in Cairo, Hans Georg
Steltzer, at a meeting with the I
now Egyptian Foreign Minister I
Ismail Fahmi. The ambassador
acted at the explicit order of \
State Secretary Paul Frank, head
of the Bonn Foreign Ministry,
who lost no time in soothing the
Arabs.
Temple Meiiorah
Lecture Series
Begins Monday
"Israel in War and Peace" will
be the theme of Temple Menorah's
lecture series which will begin on
Monday evening, Nov. 26. Dr. Leon
Goure, director of Soviet Studies
at the University of Miami, will
speak on the subject "The Detente
With Russia as it Affects Israel."
Dr. Goure, a consultant of the
U.S. Department of State, serving
on its Council of European Affairs,
will develop the theme that "Rus-
sia will pursue a policy of total
support for the Arabs and a mini-
mal cooperation for peaceful settle-
ment other than on Arab terms.
Unlike the United States, RusJa
will not be deterred by: the con-
tinuation of the war between Is-
rael and its neighbors." '
Prof. Goure, author of several
authoritative volumes, qn Soviet
Russia, will also suggest*that the
present oil policy of the Middle
East which includes the oil em-
bargo may have been done with
the advice and guidance of the
Soviet Union which is interested in
bringing the capitalist world to its
knees.
The second speaker in the series
will be The Rev. Luther C. Pierce.
past president of the Ministerial
Association of Greater Miami and
presently pastor of the Union Con>
p-egational Church of Hallanda
who will speak on the subject
Thi Christian Viewpoint of the
1 Crisis" Dee. 2.
The linal lecture, Tuesday. Dec.
11. will leature Ch. 7 news com-
mentator Wayne Fariss. who re-
cently spent several weeks filming
the war between Ihe Arabs and
Jews in Israel. He will speak on
the subject "Israel Through the
Eyes of the TV Camera."
These lectures will be held in
Temple Menorah's social hall and
will be followed by a coffee klatch
where questions and answers will
be fielded by the. individual
speaker. Subscription tickets for
the three lectures are available to
members and non-members; col-
lege and high school students are
admitted free of charge.
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Friday. November 23, 1973
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Envision Joint $1.25 Billion UJA-IEF Goal
For World Jewish Campaign
KRU SALEM (JTA)
'Acrid Jewry is attaining soaring
heights in its financial support
for Israel during this crisis
ririod. This became apparent
from two separate reports by
(aders of the United Jewish Ap-
eeal-L'nited Israel Appeal and
re Israel Bond organization.
Max Fisher, of Detroit, chair-
rr an of the Jewish Agency board
,;i governors, honorary general
chairman of the L'JA and chair-
man of the UIA. told newsmen
here that the 1967 figures would
be surpassed three and-a-half
times by the current campaign.
SAM KOTHBERG. of Peoria.
III., the bonds national chairman,
said he was confident of s?llin2
$500 million w\,rth of bonds by
the year's end compared with
S217 million in 1967 and S270
Up to Last Minute
War Was Ruled Out
TEL AVIV (JTA) Ds-
Y.inistcr Moshe Dayan said
that the Israeli government
military firmly believed, up
i itil the morning of Yom Kippur
6) that there would be no
and for that reason mobilizi
t on of the reserves was not or-

Addressing army officers on
l thorn front. Dayan said
i m elf 'lid tut expect
o break out. and he h
ii else say thai wai .*.i- im-
DAYAN WAS replying, in ef-
to charges by leaders of the
I on Likud faction in the
-ct that the government's
. ire to mobilize before Y in
i.ppur morning constituted
jhgence and was responsible
Israel's high casualties in the
lie said, however, that he did j
i rder certain precautionary meas
t.res which he considered neces
saxj in light of certain intelli
jence reports. But he insisted
that the reports gave no ground--
1(. assume that war was at hand
Minister of Commerce and In-
dustry Gen. Haim Bar Lev, ad-
dressing a Labor Party meeting.
Mid there was no basic defici
tricy in the Israeli army when
war broke out. Bar Lev, a former
chief of staff who was recalled
!c active duty and served on the
Egyptian front, said the Israeli
iimy on the whole was in a state
ol readiness on Oct. 6 but was
caught at a moment when no;
nil of its components were fully
vxepared for battle.
Col. Cohen
Breakfast
Speaker
Col Philip Cohen, national con
>..tant to the United States Com-
ttee for Sports in Israel, will be
lh( guest speaker Dec. 2 at the
innual Father-Child Breakfast of
Temple Emanu-El Men's Club.
The program will be held in
lh Miami Beach synagogue's
V.kin Hall, according to Leonard
- Ibert, president.
Col. Cohen was in charge of the
: orida entries in the ninth Mac-
.iibiah Woild Jewish Olympics
held in Israel last summer, and
ill bring several team members
1c the breakfast.
Samuel Pascoe, program chair
roan and former Florida state
jrtsident of B'nai B'rith. said Col.
(ohen will describe the growing
tuccess of the Maccabiah piogram,
which is held every four years I
fiJlowing the regular Olympics.
Col. Cohen is active in B'nai |
B'rith throughout the Soutl.eu-t.
and has been in the forefront of
tiU Israel Bonds campa:'-':i
the outbreak of the Yom Kippur
War.
HF. SAID the initial successes
scored by liie Egyptians and Syr
ians were due to surprise and
not to deficiencies of the Israeli
army, incorrect strategy or por
intelligence as to the enemy's
strength and capabilitiei
Meanwhile, it v.as revealed that
Dayan wi 1 be the ki} noti -' -
a? the Dec. 8 banquet >>f the 1974
.:.. inference ol in
Uniti Appeal at tii" New
York H y Paul Zuckerman.
L'JA -(neral chairman.
"N rial i on-
; unch the corn-
Israel Emerg nc.V I
and national L'JA campaign."
Zuckerman explained, "but this
year the Dec. 7 to 8 conference
is a target date for the comple-
tion of 1974 fund raising efforts
which began shortly after the out-
breok of the Yom Kippur War.''
million in 1972, hitherto the rec-
ord year.
Leon Dulzin, acting chairman
of the Jewish Agency and its
treasurer, announced that the
Agency was increasing its budget
for the current 1973-74 year from
S410 million to S720 million and
had undertaken to relieve the
government of Israel of the cost?
of services surh as health, hous
ing, we'fare, education and immi-
grant absorption.
The Israel Bonds organization
has undertaken to cover the
state's entire S640 million devel-
opment budget, and Rothberg.
who appeared before newsmen
"ir.-r with Finance Ministei
Pinhas Sapir. was certain that
'.h? taruet would he met.
FISHER SAID the UJA-UIA
figure to be reached was $1.25
billion S750 nv.llon from U.S.
Jewry and half-a-billion from the
rest of the world
Receipts so far have b'en most
encouraging, Bj the end of No i
mbr, th r would be *:>nn mil
lion in ca h and .< further S20r'
mi.lion in definite pledges
all tin- since the Y"in Kippur,
War brolc:' out. Fisher said.
In 1967, the rec ird year with
its Emergency Appeal. S.'!4fi mil
i lised S210 mil
lion in the U.S. ami S13G million
in the rest of the world.
FISHER SPOKE of "unbeliev
.'hi-1 enthusiasm" of people
mortgaging their homes and
foregoing new cars in order to
give for Isra"l. This tremendous
enthusiasm, he -tressed, came in
spite of current economic diffi-
culties in the U.S. and elsewhere.
As an example, he cited his
home town of Detroit, where, at
Harman Will
Speak Before
JDC Meeting
By Special Report
Avraham Harman. president of
the Hebrew University, Jerusalem,
will speak at the 59th annual meet-
ing of the Joint Distribution Com
miltee on human needs in Israel
in the light of the Yom Kippur
War, it was announced this week
by Edward Ginsberg, JDC chair-
man.
The day-long meeting will take
place Thursday, Dec. 6, at the New
York Hilton, Ginsberg said. More
than 400 Jewish community lead-
ers who are expected to attend
will hear reports from JDC offi-
cers and overseas staff consultants,
adopt a budget and program and
elect officers for the coming year
One of Israel's foremost leaders.
Harman served as ambassador to
the United States from 1959-68. He
served for four years prior to that
as assistant director-general of tin-
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and
before that he was Israel's Consul
General in New York. He was also
"hasn't even scratched the sur-j a member of the Jewish Agency
a breakfast meeting that he sum
moned on the morrow of Yom
Kippur, he raised more than hall
the town's entire total for the
previous year. Fisher, together
with Paul Zuckerman, of Detroit,
L'JA national chairman, and
other leaders had held a nation-
wide phone campaign which had
brought in $120 million cash in
five days.
UJA and UIA are, meanwhile,
printing over here top fund-rais-
ing and communal leaders on
emergency study missions. The
first UJA mission since the war
arrived this week for a three
week tour. It consists of 30 lead-
ers of the Women's Division
headed by its chairman Elaine
Siris.
THE l'I.\ announced it would
bring over some 800 persons in
study missions over the next two
weeks Rothherg said at his and
Sapir's press conWcnce tint ol
the S500 million to be raised by
the year's end. $380 million was
already in the treasury's coffers.
Me dwlar^d that hi-- organization
face yet."
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Descent
from Olympus
jam SINCE the close of the
4th century of the Common
Era when Theodosius the Great,
emperor of both Rome's east and
west flanks, put nn end to the
Olympic- games for "that point In
time" has then' been such vio-
lent dissent about the interns
tional contests as there i> now.
And if MOSCOW proves able to
ride out the current storm and
draw the 1380 Olympiad to Rus-
tte, all that Is left of the clvi
Jized world will have to conclude
thai the Olympics arc svnon\
moos with international dei .>l
ence.
PIERCE CHAUVINISM now
associated with the sports festi
vals has bursl the bounds of Ban
Hj The Olympic games have be
come politicized beyond any
point ol return.
This is set down nit only b"
cause of the disgraceful hostility
shown by Russian police, sports
fans, and soldiers towards Is-
raeli athletes at the recent World
University (bailie- in Moscow but
also because of the attack bj Cu-
ban basketball players against
American athletes at the same
World University Games contest
in Moscow.
:If shatters of sports opinion in
the United States tolerate thi
kind of hooliganism, then we shall
know that more than the fun of
athletic competition is dead:
moral judgment about sports will
alto be a casualty
APPEALS TO new key figure-
in the world of sports for closiiu
out Moscow's hope to host the
:980 Olympics are multiplying
daily. Such appeals may prove
ti i'itless.
Only three cities Moscow,
Montreal, and l.o Angeles went
after the l!)7fi Olympics. Mon-
treal was successful: but with the
cloud of the Munich assassina-
tions of 1972 and now the utjli
less of the World University
Games throwing long, dark shad
ows. wlueh of th" city father*
worldwide would envy Montreal?
Only the masters of the Krem
lin app?ar jealous. And with the
1980 Olympics greatly desired by
Moscow, we can expect all the
(il Soviet propaganda to
step up now.
This imposes on Jewish com-
munities the challenge to refresh
memories of citizens of every
nation constantly regarding the
evil of Munich in September
1972. and the outrage at the
World University Games contest
in Moscow in August, 1973.
WHO WILL listen? Philip
Knim, president of the U.S. Olym
pic Committee, and Lord Killan-
Ian, chairman oi the Interna-
tional Olympic Committee, are
the recipients of current pro-
lists. Knim. who has made a
fortune organizing speed skating
in the U.S., has his hands full
damping down the fires inside
the U.S. Olympic Committee.
That body is still haunted by
lack of security ai Munich and
is further plagued by its internal
polities as well as new inanifes
tations of independence shown
by top athletes.
I.'Mil kiiiaiiiau as head of the
powerful International Olympic
Committee, can't possibly estab-
lish a worse track record than
Avery Brundage did. Brundage.
86, made headlines this summer
when his engagement to Marian
Princess Keuss, 37. of Germany
was revealed.
For some, the romantic touch
in the life of the aging Brundage
may have overshadowed recollcc
tions of his peculiar behavior a*'
an Olympic kingpin. It was Brun-
dage who fought honorable
Americans who tried to keep
Adolf Hitler from snagging H"'
1936 Olympics.
Puge 10-A Mm-iU rtrridRtor? Friday, November 23, 1973
Decisive Jewish Wars and Events
MWHEN JERUSALEM Burned," by Gerard
Israel and Jacques Lebar (William Mor-
row & Co., Sfi.95, 176 pp.) is a journalistic-his-
torical account of the Roman-Jewish War, 86-70
C.E. This was the war that was climaxed by the
destruction of the temple and Jerusalem itself.
The story i- told in the form of a novel. II re-
counts how the Jewish people rose to the defense
of their faith and their temple. The authors brine
to life the popular resistance to the Roman In
..dci'.s. tin- guerrilla warfare waged by the
zealots and other contemporaneous events which
ended finally in the fall of Masada and the
emergence of an almost new form of Judaism.
THE FRENCH authors won acclaim for their
book in its original edition. It has been well-
translated by Alan Kendall. The material ua
drawn from Josephs a- well as many documents
seme of which were revealed by Moses Auerbach
in his I960 book, 'The Roman-Jewish War." The
chronological table and an epilogue add to the
importance of this cxcelllenl book.
It is regrettabl thai Jacob Neusner In his
-From Politics to Piety" (Prentice-Hall, $6.95,
159 pp.) lacked the felicity of style and the clar-
ity of expression found in Ihe above Israel-Lebar
book. Ncusncr is a proft'SOr of religion and an
authority, bu! his writing is obscure and repeti-
tive at tinu s.
He has essayed the task of evaluating the
soirees of Pharisaism prior and subsequent to
the fall of the temple in 70 C.E. He states that.
"the concrete experience of practical skepticism
is all" that he has to offer.
IN FACT, he offers much more. He draws
principally upon Josephus. the Christian "o-pcls
and Tdlmudic tradition for his hypotheses. He
treats each of his sources in separate s.-ctions.
There are extended section- also dealing with
the schools of Ilillel and Shaiiimai and how the
schools at Vavne and L'sha formulated Ihe Phar-
isaic interpretations and traditions that formed
the basis for Jewish survival in the diaspora.
The book requires the reader to have a
basic knowledge ol the background of the event-:
which brougbl about the transformation of a
state' religion to a less structured faith and devoid
of ;. hierarchy.
IN SPITF. of Evcrvthing." by Noah Bee
(Bloch Publishing Co., S7.95 185 pp.) is the his-
tor.' of the State of Israel in the form of political
cartoons. Noah Bee is a commercial artist whose
wecklj political cartoons have been syndicated
by Ihe Jewish Telegraphic Agency since 1959.
Noah Bee proves thai one' picture is worth
lOOOf) words. Young and old will enjoy this ac-
count of the fateful years from 1!)43 to 1973
with their four wars. There are explanatory notes
(usually five or six lines each) under each car-
toon so that the book serves as a history, as well
as a graphic commentary.
^JDcis'id K^chwartz
Bi|> Surprise for Baron de Hirsch
TpHE RESPONSE ol American Jewry to the
Yom Kippur War brought back a reminiscence
of an incident of the time when Theodor Herzl
first conceived the Zionist movement. Herzl went
in see Baron Maurice' ele- Ilirseh. the great phi-
lanthropist who was trying to solve the Jewish
problem by settling Jews in Argentina as tillers
of the soil.
Herzl would need some capital to implement
the idea ol a Jewish state and who would be
more likely to help than Hirsch?
BUT BARON de Hirsch quickly made it
plain that no assistance from him would be
forthcoming. He thought the whole idea was
visionary. He urged Herzl to forget about it
Herzl made it plain that he intended to get the
necessary capital somewhere.
"But where?" asked de Hirsch. "The rich
Jews will give you nothing."
"1 wiil organize a Jewish national fund and
we will raise 10 million marks," said Herzl.
Baron de Hirsch laughed. He thought it
absurd.
If Baron de Hirsch were alive today, he
would have seen American Jews in two weeks
time- giving to the United Jewish Appeal and
Israel Bonds 100 times more than the amount
Herzl sought.
Baron de Hirsch was not only a philanthro-
pist, lie was a business genius one of Ihe great
railroad builders of hurope. He built rail line:
in Rumania, Hungary and all over the Balkans.
HE REGARDED himself as the practical
man. Suppose he had even far mor success with
his Argentina plan than it has hau. Suppose r
couple of million Jews were settled there.
Would that have deal) the blow to anti-
Semitism that Israel is? To Ik- sure, there i'
anti-Semitism today, but a Hitler today, because
of Israel, would not have so easy a time. Today
we see many Jews from Argentina leaving for
Israel.
The Baron regarded Herzl as the visionary.
But perhaps Herzl was really the practical man
i -\
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Contrast Between Two Hughescs
W'HAT A oonlrast between Howard Hughes and
Harold Hugos! Howard's the billionaire who
can't stand people. They say when he cashes a
check, the bank bounces.
He's wretched. He's miserable. He has lot'
of wealth bill can't enjoy it. He's afraid. Harold
Hughes is that senator from Iowa who was once
an alcoholic. He proved that man can overcome
difficulties.
He overcame brilliantly. He became governor
of his stale. He became a U.S. Senator. He wa-
a sen nis candidate for the Presidency.
NOW HE'S announced lie's leaving politics.
He will devote himself entirely to religion
Now there are sonic people who believe that
rail {ion should have nothing to do with politics
Stay out ol politics, many a preacher is cau-
tioned. Sen. Hughe, is leaving politics, but he is
not withdrawing (Howard-hughes like).
He told reporters that he will continue to be
involved in political life, but will emphasize how
government should be adjudged morally. Com
pared to Howard, Harold's a pauper. Compared
to Harold, Howards a spiritual pauper
ODDLY ENOUGH' inside each of us there's
a bit of the spirit of the two Hughescs. You and
I also have an internal yen for lucre and a phobia
for people.
II is good to acquire material things like
Howard has.
But it is even better to transcend the ma.
terialistic and to respond to the Harold within us.
Let no one say that the study (1f current
events is not helpful. 1 think it's very Hughes-
ful.'
Arabs Will Vole
Their Support
Of Orthodox
Haifa
IN THE past several ele tions
Israelis became aware of a
strange phenomenon: the tabula-
tion of votes, by parties, invari-
ably recorded no small number
of ballots cast for the religiously
orthodox National Religious
Party (Mizrachi) in B.'-\rab
villages and towns.
At first it was thought ".here
had been some mistake, and the
matter was re-checked. But the
phenomenon was repeated in a
.-lumber of places. A relatively
considerable number of \rabs
were voting not for the' imi-
nant Labor Party, not for Social-
ist Mapam, not lor the national-
is! Cabal but for the arty
which espouses strict enforcement
of Shabbat, kashruth and t-j ap-
plieation of orthodox law hala-
cha."
nn: STRANGE situation was
eiimhasized even more in tin mu-
nicipal elections of Dece nber,
1970, in the Arab city of Vaza-
nth. Two members of thi City
Council were chosen on th Miz-
rachi ticket, and in return for
fi.-ir ninnorl in a coalition in-
sisted that their leader, Yacoub
Saiam. serve as deputy mayor.
No scientific study has ieen
made of this phenomenon, but
the religious bloc is happy -,> re-
ceive support from any source.
In the 1969 national election,
more than 10,000 Arabs cast 'heir
votes for the NRR. enough to
give that party another se in
the Knesset.
I have taken no polls, it I
have queried i number of Arabs
and have received several inter-
esting explanations, each of Which
may indeed be a contributing fac-
tor in this unusual vote.
FOR ONE thing. I was '.old
many Christian Arabs are terri-
bly disturbed by what they re-
gard as the growing immoi ilitjy
of the permissive society. Moral
standards are exceptional!} high
in the traditional Arab family,
and the parallel moral standards
of Jewish orthodoxy appcu to
these people.
in Arab patriarchal societj the
head of a family can pass the
word on to all members of his
clan to east their voles ao in-
structed, and this could an
large blocs in favor of Ortho lux
Judaism, which they see as the
only major force espousing a puri-
tan style of morality.
A second reason given me was
economic in nature. The Arab
population has become prosper-
ous under Israeli governi: ent.
Businessmen, small shop owners,
independent artisans and others
ire allergic not only to Couimn-
nism, but to any form of Social-
ism,
THEY SEEK to support the
party whose platform, though
liberal, is least Socialist. Since
very few Arabs can bring them-
selves to vote for the ultra-na-
tionalist Gahal ol Menuhem
Begin, they endorse the NRP,
whose economic platform is more
to their liking than that of Labor
or any of the other Jewish par-
tics.
A third source of suppo--*, I
am told, comes from devout Mos-
lems whose dietary observance
includes the forbidding of swine
flesh. They are upset at the de
gree to which the forbidden ani
mal is now being raised in Arab
communities, and its mear of-
fered for public sale. Here, e.bvi-
ously, they have much in common
with the rabbis of the National
Religious Party.
And a final reason giver, mo
for this strange vote is the reac-
tion among the conservative clans
against the growing secularism
which is undermining religious
influence in the Arab world.


iFri
day, November 23, 1973
tewMi fikrtdNew
Paae 11-A
//ottf Israel's Arabs Feel Since War Exploded
By AMOS 1IADAU concern for the future. They are apprehensive of a rc-
Ar.ib reactions in the administered areas to the nowal of saboteur activities and of the unrest which
|na is not readily-forthcoming. Tfi1^,'1Ty***hot to **^ hid* xpefirflcefl for Several years Mer\he*Six-
answtf questions. However, the consensus of opinion D*v War.
gmonS ill Arabs I spoke to in the West Bank and in THE ARABS in the West Bank feel certain that
the Caja Strip is: "We are sure that Israel will win" this time they will see no frontier force armored cars
roaming the streets of their towns as had been the
At the same time, their faces show marks of deep
case after the Six Day War. They arc also certain that
there will be no searches in their homes and ton then j
person nor will tney need special permits to move
freely from the areas t'l Israel.
Generally, there's a better feeling than during the
pre Six Day War period. Deep in their hearts however,
they are beset by fears.
Movement across the Jordan
fridges has been considerably re-
duced, hoth owing to the Rama-
dan Fast "1 'ne f'ghting. Those
returning from Jordan are pre-
pared to 'alk more freely than
. They report no atmos-
phere of war in Amman but some
I nsion does exist.
People spend more lime at
their radio and Tv receiver-.
The predi minant feeling in Am-
an i5 that King Hussein will
enter the war. despite Presi-
dent Sadat's urge to do so. The
people of Amman, they say, hate
MllivMMED SAID El Sharif.
pumar R restaurant in the oil-
B ket-place of Hebron said:
wu.: wnoever wants war.'
Neither Jew nor Moslem."
"Obviously you've heard that
the Egyptians and the Syrians
have launched an attack on Is-
rael. What's your opinion about
this.' What do your friends Bay?"
Mohammed chooses his words
carefully: "In war. it's hard to
tell who fired the first shot,
Thai's a matter of high policy.
Whatever 1 say may implicate
me, >o I'd better kee > quiet. No
it's better not to taik."
Shukrv Yasser, the owner of a
motor spares shop in Hebron.
was more talkative than his
friend: "This time we know that
They may have made a mistake.
It will cost them very dear. The
Arab people the parents, the
fathers and mothers whose sons
are being killed and wounded
will never forgive them.
"The Egyptian and Syrian lead-
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to know Israel already; it will
not give In. Thcv will pay dear,
very dear." he stressed again an I
again.
Mohammed Hussein, the own-
er of a bakery in Nablus: "It's
painful to think. Things were so
quiet. No one thought war would
break out. Who needs it? One
always loses in war. It only deep-
ens, hatred. That's all f have to
say. Any word more will only
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West Bank. One can discern fear
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talked to. They Iry to shirk re-
plying to questions or to talk
about the war generally. Only
one man, Yussef El-Sharif, a Gaza
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"Why should we implicate our-
selves? Whatever we say may
put us on the wrong side with the
Egyptians, and who knows if we
shall not meet them again one
day? Why should we put their
backs up against us? They are
likely to send saboteurs again
All we want is quiet. We've had
enough of k! We're glad the
tanks won't be coming to Gaza
again. We don't want to see them
again, or to hear any shooting
again. We've had enough of suf-
fering."
Actually, life in the Gaza Strip
and in the West Bank has been
normal ever since the fighting
broke out, more normal, in fact,
than in Israel.
THE SCHOOLS were not doa '
as they were in Israel during tl
first two days of the war. con
nr.snications have been regular,
public institutions and shops have
been open as usual except that
Mime merchants choose to close
early and go h< me and listen I>
broadcasts from Arab and Israe I
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LEO M1ML1.N
Inieritall, Control for London?
Continued from Page 4 \
to the least scintilla of truth.
It was Jordan and King Hussein
who gave oni' of thi' diadems of
Jerusalem, the Mount of Olives,
its crown with the building of
the blasphemous intercontinental
Motel hfl approved at its top, at
the .same time desecrating the
historic gravesites there
Beyond this to go into a study
of the violence done to Jeru-
salem's religious antiquity at the
hands of Hussein would require
cataloguing a whole library oi
sins, not to mention other sins
and sinners through 2,000 years
of history.
What did the Times ever say
about THEM, I winder.
FURTHER, ALMOST from the
beginning (1949), and not since
th< Six Day War, Israel hi
garded Jerusalem as il capital,
if for the same anti-Semitic
reasons that motivate the Times
and Britain gen t ill) other na-
tions i fus (I to rec nize Israel' i
right to design ii w hich ol its
eltics ih t-apital thai
i oes nol chang < the facl anj
ii ;{ than in; oh n p Tsonal pre/
erence say, foi Canterbun
I ondoi mil r institul cri iu -
ci >n for Hi'' v, il ball to
b try.
Ri terms, the
mi -' sup rmed ob
en er of th< l- a >li r >ne know -
that Israel opi ned ih;' Kirya, its
: arliamenti i compl 'X adjai n(
i.i the Ru| mi 1963 This
the Six-D iv
War
AND EVEN prim- to the open-
i of th K Km i
ou! 'I ;n an old converted o
building in Je usalera on Keren
I esod stred
It is true thai the Ministrj of
Defi nsi has remain! d in Tel
Aviv fin- obvious tactical reasons,
but thai doesn't make Tel Aviv
thi nation's capil il any more than
the SAC center in Nebraska
makes Omaha the American cap-
ital.
Unless, that is to say, the
Times of London refuses to rec-
ognize Israel's de jure presence
in New Jerusalem, which I would
hardly be prepared to doubt, but
then the Times would be hard-
pressed to explain why it of-
fered no apparent resistance to
the de presence of Jordan in Old
Jerusalem,
BUT THESE "indirect politi-
cal" factors, as the Times sees
them in the archtectural rape of
Jerusalem, are a minor note in
the crescendo climax of the arti-
cle, which concludes as follows:
"All that need be said here is
that the strong arguments in fa
vor of placing the city under
some form of international con-
trol, on the irround of both polit-
ical and cultural justice, become
far stronger in the light of the
developments this honk describes
(Kutcher's The New Jerus-
alem'
Add rin "Inl 'rnati inal
(ontrol maj h th on j v
igi m from the i nth
n oul to ii
ertv dealers."
THE ( HUTZPAH here is in-
credible. At issu is not "politi-
cal ami cultural justice." as the
Times describes it. but tradi-
tional British elitist anti Semi-
ti-i". which waves the Christian
bogyman of the money-changers
in th" temple
Thus, Israeli politicians, whom
we are meant to see in Streicher-
like cartoonisms, are "properly
dealers" from whom Jerusalem
must be "rescued."
They are worshippers of thi'
buck, not God. They do not deify
Ji rusalem; they defile it.
Therefore, the need 'for some
international control" a polite
eu] hem ism appealing to those
\ bo would scatter the .lews into
exile again to fulfill the Christian
prophecy that they are doomed
to wander 'be earth until they
1 ise their "Id Testament arid
ganee and accept the new.
I (he sain" time, keep under
wraps the theological sore point
that a Jewish Jerusalem rebuilt
puis to question the prophecj oi
the nee. In' staying silent during
the Yom Kippur War and then
i xplaii ing the silence in polil ';
anti-ZionisI Whitehallisms,)
THE TIMES article reminds
me thai when 1 was lasl in Britain
for a month's tour. I watched
with something like personal an-
'.ikIi as demolition crews in Lon-
don lore down the house in which
John Milton wrote "Paradise
Lost" to make way for a giant
hideous steel and glass monster.
Generally. I was agonized by
the destruction of this ancient
city's atmosphere, its heritage,
its history so dear to a whole
civilization Britons themselves
can hardly be expected to under-
stand and was moved to consider
that something must be done.
All that need be said here is
that London must be taken out
of the hands of the exploiting
British property dealers thi'
city perhaps to be put into III'
bands oi some form of inter
national control on the ground of
cultural justice.
i NEXT WEEK: The other half of
the Times article Jerusalem's
architectural struggle.*
United Synagogue
Lists Top Jewish
Imperatives Today
By Special Report
KIAMESHA LAKE, \.V. Ac-
tion programs to strengthen the
American Jewish community and
to make the synagogue more rele-
vant to contemporary life were de-
bated by 1.500 delegates to the bi-
ennial convention of the United
tended the convcnt;on was .
Golden. past provident of Nor
Miami Beach's Congregation Bev
Torah and president of the South
east Region of the United Syni
gogue.
He headed a delegation of som
50 representatives of the Cons-.';
vative movement f rom Florid.'
Synagogue of America at the Con- Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Lo
cord Hotel her
Program proposals ranged from
subdividing congregations by age
group, with distinct ritual prac-
tices and different social programs
for each group, to a nationwide
expansion of parent education,
youth activities, ami programs for
senior citizens
I'll: CONVENTION was the
isiana, South Carolina and Puer.;
tUCO.
Keynote of the convention
sounded by Dr. Harold M. Schu'
weis, prominent west coast rabb..
was that the synagogue must fin'
ways to transmit what he describe
as "the splendor and grandeur
Judaism, both horizontally thi ou.
out the Jewish community, ai
No Clianire Between
.sserts
r
Us
P
juriaiK
first major gathering ol leaders of from generation to generation"
American Jewrj since the out-j In a major address to the
break of the Yom Kippur war, n vention, Deputy Secretary of
has endorsed a demand that the K R said thai the
U.S. government embargo ship-| tente b'tween the Soviel Un
mcnls ol food, automobiles, air- an I the U.S. bad br>cn an im]
i at) and .'li nanutactured .'"is. anl factor in the successful efl
and ban tourism, to those coun- to bring about a Midd&East <
yies which embai ?o oil ship ind had r
to the i nited Stati antly to the Soviet Union's i
Among lead r ol tl S tinuing willingness to permit ;
: i .i wish con uinity who i i ration ol Jews to Is
Continued from Page 1-A
nnd ithi i is supiii i sur
render to Arab oil blackmail.
Brandt referred to the I
o i boj cot! of Holland, saj in
thai "This i not the ij
friends, Threats and black-
mail can only obstruct construe'
tivi lopm nts." But he de
fended Wesl Germany's position
on the Brussels resolution on
ground- oi European unity.
"A choir of ontradictory Euro-
pean voices is of no help to any-
b dy, but political unity has il^
price,' the Wesl German leader
said.
"It demands discarding accents
which some of the member states
might want to set more strongly
than others. This seems to be
unavoidable but people will have
to get used to it." he said.
BRANDT NOTED the Middle
East conflict concerned the Euro
pean community "perhaps more
than others. It appeals to our re-
sponsibility. It is for that very
reason that we make ours thp
demand for an equitable and dur-
able peace in that region."
Speaking in the course of a
Bundestag debate in Bonn last
week. Brandt said the EEC res
olution on the Middle East wa'
the lirst attempt to work toward
implementing Security Council
Resolution 242.
It was also an attempt "to
break the vicious circle of vio
Ii nee r rough reason and .
n he said, and ni ti
dabl th il
dividu had had to
'i the Mil lb
He
: loll md '. hich wenl al
with the Brussels resolution,
thouj h with mi
Netherlands Premier Joop den
United Fund Hits
est Mark Yet

Uyl reaffirmed meanwhile thai
his government's acceptance of
the resolution does not conflict
with the Netherland's traditional
in the Middle East. The
tch government has always
supp i.led the existence of the
state of Israel as well as the
recognition of Palestinian rights The dedica 1073 General campaign Cttakman a
as was sel forth in the EEC docu campaign voluntei n re n ward- Brown, vice pres dent of South
mem. he aid. ed, Thursday, Nov. 15. when the Bell, announced the record
But the Dutch government has United F","(l "f n:"il' Countv :,n ing total following a IB-minute fil i
dispatched a top diplomat to nounced that it had surpassed its lecumenting the course of the i
Saudi Arabia lo convince King! most ambit'jus 8 Pan which was locally prod-
Faisal to lilt the oil boycott im 1n rfnd J** W.965.985 in cooperation with WPBT Ch. 2
posed by the Arabs on Holland exceeded lhc S.,83.1.000 projection With the traditional passing o*
._.... _. wi'h 102 per cent and grew beyond the symbol of leadership. Brov
The d'Plomat former Dutch I072 pr0f,uction by 106 per cpn, han(U.(, thc resp0nibtljtv of 1974
mbassador'to.Washington. Johan This is the largest percentage of general campaign chairman r
H. H. van Royen, is due to meet
with Faisal and top Saudi aides.
OFFICIAL CIRCLES in The
Hague stress the Dutch govern-
ment's embarrassment by well-
meaning expressions of gratitude
it has received from Jews all
over the world. The government
is currently doing its best to con-
vince thc Arab states that it is
not pro-Israel and is not support
ing or helping Israel in any man-
ner whatsoever.
Dutch Embassies in the Arab
countries have been instructed
paign
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-, November 23, 1973
Jcnist-ft.uMfan
Page 13-A
esotiations: Walk Through a Mine Field '" ',l Jalk*
~ ~ (hi Middle East
By GIL SEDAN
n v Jerusalem Correspondent
..id's extreme wariness over
I .ix-pnint armistice agree*
signed with Egypt and"
i, ,t of broader peace
! opening in the immediate
[ are being expressed in
|. :,.:.lem by Acting Prime Min-
V'igal Allon.
Segotiatipns with the Arabs
like walking through
Ine field," he warned on a
ision interview. He indi-
thal the Israeli and Egyp-
an interpretations of their six-
I were still far aparl
that there was no third
.,-ty meaning the U.S. as-
thai the Israeli inter-
tion will stand.
M.I.ON SAID that the Egyp-
- are pressing for peace nc-
tions to begin in December,
i to U.S. Assistant See-
. of State Joseph J. Sisco.
here after conferring
Egyptian officials in Cairo.
-,:id he saw no reason
,. preliminary round of
.- could not be held in I)e-
but made it clear thai
' could not possibly negoti-
cerall settlement before
set elections scheduled
31.
ge\ rnmenl requires a
date from the people
: to reach a settlement
ice treaty," Allon said
)n the other hand, I would
like to see us pass up oppor
ties to establish contacts on
tical level." The Likud op-
tion faction, meanwhile, has
I against the government in
,. Knesset debate on the cease-
and warned the government
it had no mandate to con-
11 "fateful negotiations."
M.I.O.VS REMARKS and
'. statement reflected the
. n reversal of positions in
Middle East. Israel, which
is been insisting for years on
negotiations with her
ibors. is moving with ex-
treme caution, while Egypt,
i had adhered stubbornly
he Khartoum formula of no
i.itions and no peace, wants
I i go to the conference table
the earliest possible date.
; gypt's unexplained reversal has
rated suspicion in Israel
the Egyptians may have
ved promises from U.S.
Secretary-of State Henry A. Kis-
- mger not reflected in the six-
formula accepted by both
.s.des. .
Suspicion was'deepened by
Egypt's sudden agreement last
[ week to reestablish diplomatic
relations with Washington.
While there is admiration for
I Dr. Kissinger's diplomatic
atroitness. there is also the rec-
ognition here that the U.S. is
pursuing its own goals which
... not be consonant with those
od Israel.
The six-point agreement, ar
dently sought by Kissinger, left
open points that Israel consid-
ers crucial, such as Egypt's
blockade of the straits of Bat)
el Mandeb. Th" latter is not
mentioned in the agreement.
though Israel considers it im-
plicit.
The Bab el Mandeb blockade
ias not been lifted and "Maariv"
aid that Israel will soon send
.. ship through the straits to
test Egypt's intentions.
Ailen said there was no as-
surance of a third party to
Egypt's promises as Israel un-
derstood them. Me stressed that
"The main assurance is the bal-
ance of forces our massive
presence on the western bank
jf the Suez Canal and our good
will." Meanwhile. Israel is
forced to maintain a military
alert, he said.
ANOTHER CAUSE for I
rael's uneasiness was the promp
and unexpected support for th
six-point pact expressed by th'
Palestinian terrorist leader Ya
sir Arafat. The El Fatah leader
who also heads the Pale tin
Liberation Organization, said i-
an interview In a Damascu
broadcast by the Hungariar
State Radio in Budapest that th
agreement was "based on a real
istic policj and "we will ac
knowledge it." Asked if the
stinians would participati I
in a peace conference, Arafat!
said. "I think that this would
the normal attitude. If we
do not go to the conference
somebody else will go without i
us. for example, King Hussein."
Asked whether the Palestin
ians would recognize Israel a'
a state. Arafat replied. "That
depends on them (the Israelis)
if they acknowledge the right'!
and sovereignty of the Palestine
people, we will acknowledge Is
rael also."
While that remark may be
ntrepreted as moderation on
the part of a man who has con-
sistently called for the destrue
tion of the "Zionist state." the
Israelis have vowed never to nc
gotiate with the terrorists. Nev j
ertheless, diplomatic pressure is
mounting for the inclusion of |
the Palestinians in any round
table conference between Israel
and the Arab states.
Added to Israel's difficul-
ties is the attitude of the Likud
opposition faction which an-
nounced, before the ink was dry
on the armistice agreement, that
it could not support the govern-
ment's acceptance of it. A Likud
statement issued in Jerusalem
claims that "the Kissinger-Sadat
agreement does not insure the
release of all Israeli POW's and
contains no commitment for
complete removal of the Bab el
Mandeb blockade. But the
agreement does provide for un
limited supplies for the Egyp-1
tian Third Army and a discus '
sion on an Israeli pullback to;
the Oct. 22 lines which mean?
lifting encirclement."
LIKUD ALSO reminded the j
government that the term o.' ,
JVo Driving on Sabbath
Continued from Page 1-A
[. .mately enjoying it in its full-
less.
Thus, a sensible response to
the emergency crisis. involving
a bit of self-discipline and only i
relatively minor inconvenience.
could develop into a boon for I
Jewish Sabbath observance."
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the present Knesset expired al
the end of October, and was
artificially extended only be-
cause of the war "The govern-
ment has no authority to com-
mit the people with deci-
sions on the future of the land
of Israel and our national se-
curity." the statement said.
Appearing on the TV pro-
gram with Allon, Likud leader
Elimeleeh Rlmall charged that
Israel had been rushed int.) the
agreement without a proper ex-
amination Of its terms. The
Likud view was reflected in
Other quarters here where the
feeling is that Israel is no longer
the complete master of its fate
and is being swept along on the
currents of Big Power diplo-
macy, Ailun referred to the Big
Power role when he said it
would be logical if the Soviet
Union restored diplomatic rela
tions with isravl before offer-
ing its good offices toward peace
negotiations, just as the U.S
has restored relations with
Egypt.
But. he said, the resumption
of relations with Russia was not.
in Israel's view, a precondition
for accepting its offices, He
added that the government has
not yet debated the subject.
But he ruled out UN Security
Council auspices for peace talks
mentioned in Resolution 338
of Oct. 22 "because of its un-
frier tion."
since his TV discussion,
Likud has issued no statement
recognizing the Egypt-Israel ex-
change of prisoners of war.
During the War
The Jewish Film Pcstival of
Temph Or Olom in conjunction
with the I'.'nai B'rith Lodge ol
Coral Cables will feature Wayne
Fariss, Ch. 7 news commentator,
during a meeting on Tuesday at
7:30 p.m.
Mr. Fariss will show film he
look in the Middle Bast during the
Yom Kippur War.
Al o on I he program will be a
first hand description of the Is-
raeli Army by Dror Zadek. as-
sistanl principal of the South Dade
Hebrew Academy, who was drafted
into service at the outbreak ol
hostilities.
FALL SEMESTER 1973-1974
INSTITUTE FOR JEWISH EDUCATORS
of the
CENTRAL AGENCY FOR JEWISH EDUCATION
of the
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN AT COURSE MEETINGS
NORTH DADE CENTER: YOUNG ISRAEL OF CR'ATFR MIAMI, 990 NE 171 St. N. Miami Beach
Thursday evenings Now in Session
7:45 9:00 P.M. Methods of Teaching in the
Religious School
8:00- 9:00 PM. Vital Themes in the Bible
Roslyn Seidel
8:00 9:30 P.M. Enhancing Jewish Identity in
the Early Childhood
Education Program
9.00-10:15 P.M. 'Concepts and Values of
the Prayerbook
"Accredited for 3 guarter credits by FIU
Dr. David Lehrfield
Rabbi Dan Landsman
Dr. David Lehrfield
CENTRAL AGENCY FOR JEWISH EDUCATION, 4200 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami
Tuesday evenings Now in Ssession
8:00-9:30 P.M. Affecting the Religious Dr. Robert Shostak
Attitude and Behavior
of the Child
8:00-9:30 P.M. The American Jewish Student Rabbi Dan Landsman
and the American
Jewish Community
Wednesday mornings Now in Session
10:00-11:30 A.M. Students in Safrut and Tanach Zvi Woll
(in Hebrew)
Wednesday evenings Beginning November 28
7:30 9:30 P.M. *Topics and Politics: The Prof. Seymour Liebmai
Middle East Society,
History and Culture
"Accredited for 5 guarter Credits by FIU
Thursday evenings Beginning November 29
7:45 8:45 P.M. Development of Jewish Law Dr. fsaac Unterman
from The Talmud until today
8:45-9:45 P.M. Jewish Laws and Customs Dr. Isaac Unterman
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Dorothy Herman
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By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Ce). 1973 Jpivlah Toleeraiihli Vaonry)
Since it is forbidden to fast on
the Sabbath, why do we fast if
Y(.m Kippur falls on the 'Sabbath
and why do we last for a bad
dream on the Sabbath?
Basically, the answer to this
;uestion is to he found in under-
landing that there are two dif-
ferent motivations for fasting.
RAIIMrtimiu favtintr verves at in I BETH DAVIu. -o.>5 SW 3rd A it. CONGREGATION "t TZ CHAIM. 1542.
sometimes fastinc senes as an Coneerva ive. Rabb' Sol Landau, i 44 Washinoton Ave, Rabbi Avrol.om
xpiession of one's troubled mind '
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONOBEGA- ------#.
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. NER TAMID (Temple). 80th 8t. and
Cantor Aron Bon Aron. 1 T.itum Waterwav. Conservative.
----------- Rabbi Euqene Labov-.r Cantor Ed.
ANSHE EMES. 2033 SW 19-.h Ave. ward K|ein 29
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowvitz ------------ ,
2 OHEV SHALOM. ,"055 Bc->ta Dr. Or.
----------- thodox. Rabbi Phineas A. Weberman
BETH AM (Temole). 5950 N. Kendall 30
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her- ------m------
bert M. Baomqard. Associate Rabbi SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Barry Altman. 3 Collins Ave. Rabbi Sad, Nahoiias. 31
Cantor William W. Linson.
Groner.
Because of tragedies .ha. may have j ** < ft-** ^1**; oSl NOrth
be fallen a person. Indeed, there
r.2
[ration
if I hi Aleull
l:i-
alendar which commemorate
ragic even.s in Jewish history.
Such fasting is certainly prohibited
BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER 1720 79th St. Causeway.
North Bay Village. Conservative.
Cantor Murray Yavner. 32-A
The three rabbis of the Cuban-Hebrew community of Greater
Miami received the State of Israel Masada Award Satur-
day, Nov. 10, at the Cuban-Hebrew Israel Dinner of Slate.
Pictured at the Fontainebleau Hotel are (from left) Rabbi
Sadi Nahmias of the Sephardic Jewish Center, Rabbi Dow
Rozencwaig of the Cuban Hebrew Congregation, Ambas-
sador Benjamin Varon, guest speaker, and Rabbi Meir Mas-
liah Melamed of the Cuban Sephardic Hebrew Congrega-
tion.
' ;;',';i,,ll^;s.,r^:,,;;!;;;'l;::,,;,'n,':
KHiii'tuitr) ..I rural Way. hvrmon:
"TailMlol." Har Mitsvah: Howard AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARD
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St.. Mi-
ami Beach, Orthodox. Rabbi Mor.
Chaimovjts.
NORTH MIAMI MACH
1 .- Thankful Vor.- Saturday 11 ADATH YESHURUN Temple). 102S
N.m Hal Mltlvah: Lealle Meredith., NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conservative.
There are. however, other farts feB**" A" ...... Mr* J"""" | &&"''*" i***-W' 18 -
f which bring peace of mind. These I, K0DE^'^-sw 12th Ave. agudath mmSJ* av. Hebrew
on the Sabbath since one should B^JH el 500 sw 17th Ave. ortho- deca;
...... ... dox. Rabbi H. Rotnman. 5
consider himsell at peace with Friday X:I3 p.m. 8.-rn.....: "For What
contentment on the Sabbath.
em Traditional. Rabbi iax Sha-
piro. Cantor Leon Segal. Rev. Alex
Stahl. Rev. Mendel Gutterman. 6
i"iil;i\ s:ir. p.m. Sermon: "Whal are
Hhi Mitsvah: Bllory
are fasts which express penitence Mode
! and the purification of the soul
I .ike .he fas. on Yom Kippur. Such
ja fast is no. incongruous with the l"11' fthWiiuw
I niirnose of Ihp Sabbath AUn fast Hurtea, daughter < Mr, and Mm,
iuri|juse oi ine ddooaui. Also, last- i,livi,i Kaplan and prranddauRliter .f
| ing after a bad dream is a means Rabbi and Mrs. .Max Shapiro.
i of bringing peace to a troubled
I mil. Therefore, fasting after a
i bad dream is allowed on the Sab-
bath.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Toledos
BETH TIKVA, (Reform) 9025 Sun-
set Dr. 6-A
Religious Community Center. 19255
N.E. 3rd Ave. Orthodox. 33-A
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
scr.'tz. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson. 34
Friday 7:'.W p.m. Annual onweration
of uvv, Hebrew Bctiool Htuaanta,
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW ISJrd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Victor D
dwelling. Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
BETH TOV (Temole). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles SINAI (Temple), of NORTH DADE
Rubel. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. 8' 18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
I. is interesting to note that the "&&*"'V^niSKi fiSt** K'nfl,'ey '*"*' '""s?
rabbis say that whoever feels that f < '> < Pade Counts form.r preal- -----------
le must fas. afier a had dream I cl'"1 "f "" S"Ulh Miami liar Aanoc. SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NB
I k kt ,1 ,l ,? Al1 ""' SI|'|WI !" ''*' '""" 19,h Ave- Orthodox. Rabbi Oov
in the Sabbath must fast (he fol- ------ Bidnick. 38
I iwinu (lav also to remit till! he ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Ml* -----------
,7i k c kk r l ; AMI- 1" NE 19,h 5t- Reform. Rabb. YOUNG ISI.AtL OF GREATER Ml. -
Jroke his Sabbath delight by fast- Joseph R. Narot. 10 AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
'"And these are the generations of Isaac, Abraham's son ."
(Chapters 25.19-28:9)
.1 \coii AND ESAU: It w.i> not until 20 years after her mar-
riage thai Rebekah here twin sons, as a result of Isaac's prayers
to Cod. Esau, ih' elder, became a hunter, while Jacob Hie younger,
led a peaceful life as a shepherd. Esau showed little regard for
his privileges as firstborn and. on one occasion, when returning
from hunting in a famished state, agreed to sell his birthrighl to
Jacob in return for some bread and lentil poii
ISAAC AT GERAR: (hi account of a famine. | aac went to
live in Gerar. declaring that Rebekah was his -; I : Mthoush
Abimclech the King 1 Gerar, di covered the truth, lac w 1
lowed to remain in th* city and throu h hi in In- 1 1
became prosperous. This arou ed the envy ol the people and
Abinelech requested Isaac to leave Ins counti Journ
through th< all ol Gerar he d ig up hi- father's 1 h had
been covered with earth bj the i Mi-lines, and even tally reached
Beer-Sheba. Before long he 1 ted by Abimelech who, recog-
nizing thai Isaac wa? fai ired bj God, concluded a peace treaty
with h 111. Meanwhile, Esau grieved his parents by marrying two
Ilit.iie womei
BLESSU G OF ISA \'': Isaac had grown old, blind and fell
thai the time had c lo confirm E au's authorit; a first-born.
He therefore requested Esau to bi n ome venison, that
he raighl eal some of H and bbss him. Rebekah, overhearing the
conversation, dressed Jacob in Esau's garments, covered his hands
i!n(l '' ii >kin to make iheni feel hairy, and sent him to
1 aac with venison. Jacob's voice aroused Isaac's suspicions, but
they were allayed when he felt his hands, He bless* I Jacob and
told h!m v- il his descendants would inheril a fertile land and rule
over other nations. No sooner had Jacob I-ft than Esau returned
and ih truth was discover. |, h 1 Isaac dsd not rev-tko th f irmer
We '- In n spona lo Esau's pla he foretold Lhal the future
generations if Esau would live bv ih" sword but would have to
serve Jacob's di icendants for some time. Eau vowed lo kill his
hrotlvr as soon as their father died, s* Reb >kah advised her r->
vorite son to leave home and she- with -Inn. her brother, al
Haran. Isaac, now realizing that it was God's will th-it Jacob
should possess the rights of the fir^-bcrn. cave him similar coun-
sel and expressed 'he wish thai h" -'-.)>,, -, njf., from a-riong hi
uncle's family. After Jacob had left B?er-Sh iv. Esau h an eff I
to nl.T-t. his parents for marrying alien wives, married his cousin,
a daughter of Ishmael.
ng.
Prliln.v 8 11.111. Unblil Itolierl .1 nrknnd
Hill ilisruss "Union or Dlaunlon?
Amerlenii Ueform Juditlam al 1"
Vfiii*."
Why is i( forbidden to fast on
I the Sabbath?
The rabbis have explained that israelit
I person should find delighl on
he Sabbath. Eating and drinking
- a source of delight. If one should
di-iain from eating and drinking
ould not be achiving the dc
light which he should in ob uin
I ng .he Sabbath.
The Kabbalists have expi
he belii 1 lha. the food and
II the Sabbath expresses a sublime
ailh which demonstrates thai the ^"'PERETh isr,*el. k.oo n mi
lew is in the Palace of the Al- Avc.^consen/at.ve. Pabb, Mauru.
hty enjoyin ili.. hospitality on
tin Sabbath. If one is to feel eh.se ZI0N '1em',e>- 800 Mil1" Rd- Con-
Rabbi Zalr--- <*----------try. 39
COItAl GABllS
JUDEA (Temple). 5550 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Michael B. Eisen.
stat. Cantor Rita Shore. 40
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ,,' f"/ ?.,-,""? an3re- ,u
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J. Tn :'' ","' s"" RMShln
Bender. Cantor M.-.than Parnass. 11 /'":'..".'. $"?}*>., ''- ',"''
Priilny S:sn and R:S5 p.m. K-rmnn: l:\*\ lh ,xv"" ''' '" "'
Prloritlm Saturrtnj -i:, .,, s,r- "> Mm. lnvln Ennla.
mon: "Portion of ihv \\'t l."
OR OLOM ,-;ci|iici 67S5 SW 16th
St. Conservative Radii David M.
Baron. Cantor Benjamin Ben An. 13
i i Idiij ii in Sermon: "ThnnkHKh
"34." Kaluunl:i.\ -::;n ;, m Si r-
mon: T -ii.-il lllnhrlK-hl llni
\littval I -..ii .r Mr.
Mi* Wlllll I I'llll vnil.l.
ZAMORA (Temple). *i Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabi-.i Maxwell A.
B'rqer. Cantor Stanley Hch. 41
Krldaj '" p in Pbi......-. R:il
in-.In -: l". :i ni. Si in irah l., -
SURfSIDE
I MOCiAN DAVID CONGREGATION,
343 Harding Ave. Orthodox Ra
Isaac D. Vine. C-.nior Leibrle
Levine. 5c
fORT lAUDtRDALE
BETH ISRAEL (TmD>), 7100 W
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Phipp A.
Liliowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. 49
servetivc. Rabh; Ncr,.ian Shapiro
.0 tne Aimigntj and a guest in his ..Cfnto.* E,'ro' Htiiman. i emanu-el. 3245" w. Oakland
Palace one should eal the fines. :;-^;it .',' J*
I tOOdS, 8S one would expeel lo ilaURbter of Mr mid Mi I' u liheln-
ind in the palace of a King. ,' /"":'1' u" ,' '
tl ran "i ihi< Wevk. It i \ ivah:
inere are aliO some wlio eon 1.. ran c>l Mr. and orninn
-ider the icquircment to fea-1 on "" '"' """' "
Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement 43
P0MPAN0 31ACH
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER
NW 9th St.
6101
he Sabbath as a demonstration ol
:-. "extra soul' which the Al-
mighty gives in each Jew on the
Sabbath. An extra soul should
bring additional delight
I ssBBaHnMHBMsflM asMHBMi :... .............

i'...
ri-okhinicof Jvlevigion f^rcafrantt
No .5 Ch. 4, 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
(Repeated on Ch. 2 ii
Topic: "Black Struggle for E ition"
Guests: Rev. John Charles I Dr. 3ilb
Porter
Nov. 15 Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. The Tewith Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi David Shapiro, Temole Sinai, Hollywood
VktH. '"> Ch. 7, 10 a.m. '": II Sma] Vote
Host: Rabbi Barry M
Topic: "Youth Groupin Vrea"
Guests: Steve Bittel. Patty Livsky, Charles Treister
and Larry S 1
Lewis Heading Cedars'
Dinner-Dance Committee
Hairy I.. Lewis, chairman of the
0 'aid of Cedar'- of I ebanon Health
(are Center, wiil head the 12th
Anniversary Committee for the
nnual dinner-dance scheduled
)ec. 8 at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Ball chairman John H. O'Neil,
Ir. has appointed a group of
rominent civic leaders to serve
n Lewis' committee, including
hospital president S. K. Bronstein,
ward vice chairman David Stuzin,
roseph A. Garfield. Uliiott Blu-
ienthal. Stanley J. i.aser. Sam
uby. and \V. Sloanc McCrea.
18 Week Couwe Set
In Hebrew Prophets
The Ti-b-ew Cultural Forum of
riami B<-neh is initiatine a course
f stud?- f the Hebn P-ophets
-'a-ting T-ursdav Nov 20. and
ootinufn for is in st 100
' 'ncoln Rrl
The course is a'- moored by
,- Cent il Agen: for Jewish
^ducsjor "ith Herbert Berger
rHree. r Rabbi Abraham Ben-
HlHel will serve as faculty direc-
>r
Mrs. Uerold VVel I
HIA'.IAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Znlondek. n
NORTH MIAMI
SKOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ave.
c.onservati.-. R3h| Morris A. Skoo.
Cantor Yaacov Renjer. 9
lritl> a:i5 ,. ,. A i, XM |fo ._,.rv ,.
' hy a
"llll,r 11.....1 tloi of Renz r.
tt 111 I hnstell hv ili.-
BETH MOShE CONGREGATION 2225 8lterh.....I,
?E 1f,sJ '* Conservative. Rahbi HALIANVALE
JK?r.cDhhenGbarj:?ke'- Ca",0r Een Z'08; HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
MIAMI BEACH RrtbMaK?,'1 "Ichwfrt/^Canror
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlvle Ave. Jacob Danziger Schwartr. Cantor
Orthodox. Rahb; shildon N. Ever 17 Frldnj 8:18 p.m. poat-Tliaakstrlvliig
B Rlhhi'SMRAr5L' PL**." 8t' Orthodox j j r'' .:,;',., "s. ,,;;'
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18 "Qeneala 25-38."
saj^sWM^ con.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches 11 "".EGATION. Conservativ- 8S01
- University Dr. Rabbi Max Weitr. 44
BETH RAPHAEL 'TempVl. 154s j.f. -- r., ^, ------ -
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi H,fPE tl 'uu,Bie, 1351 S 14tn Ave-
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breth |p ,.-Vm- Rahhl Samuel Jaffe. 4S
---------- i-ini;iv. 8:15 p.m Sermon: "For wii-u
BE> SHOLOM IT-m0|. 4144 cha,.
r^;L'rUr^ J"""?1 Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser. 91
Friday 8:15 -
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CANOLEIIGHTING TIMF
28 HESHVAN 5:11
.NrVVWirVvVSnrVVvvVVvvVyv\
rTioaj bis am. Rabbi Harr\- Jolt7*
ermon: "M la (;.,i (;h,. ,.,.,,./'..
Saturday ln:4B am. manKe.
QfJH TFILAHr935~Euciid Ave Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack?v
8E.TH-.-.^0SEpM CHAIM CONGRE.
CATION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
^WwSSSi CO'"G"EOAT.ON.
Whki '"*" Ave Orthodjv
Rahhi rinw RoienwaiQ 23
B^jftK l^S^RMeNuiiiiw con
lbi Meir MlJiMUgi!" \
itWNA,,eiIS2?,fi: ,701 Washia,.
H "RSUSDftbVh-i Tree =
Oross. R*bl" *|e*'ler S Conservative p-i,b, Av-om Or,iirZ
... 2B Canto,- Abraham , CONftREftATiON AN-NEi L (Br.r,,., "OA1ESTI,
JACOB C rnucu ^... ""'
are m Thanli ful Saturdas 11 i, m
Ba Mitsvah of Italia m..,-,.,,,,,,:
Efroa '" :""' Mr"' '">"
BfT.^ |,HAJ-OM""Ternple). 4601 Ar.
ton m?L C,.on";v"lv* Rabbi Mo'-
ton Malavsky. Cantor Irvinq Gold 4f
S'rA.' (Ttmple>- 121 Johnson St
rSnJerv5 '^ Pabb' Dav'd Shapiro.
Cantor Yehuda H.llbraun. 47
'JSIIrJ BETH AHM. Consei .ative
L1l?JV,(S"d A"* Hollywood. Bibbi
22*1 I'L0"' -; Benarrocl. cntor
Marry Sr^hTierlinc, 47-B
T!LSb? S0LE*_TLIberall blOo
Sheridan St. Hollywood. R.bbl Rob.
Frar '-: Vvrr.
YOUNG ISRAFL
(Orthodox' -<>>"
Siilunl.ij I
Kvrr.
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KNESETI, ISRAFi~^,. r --"" ".ajoimcttl ASI
OrthoJc.. "abhi ni"/u.Pl1*1 Av' ^ Ccordinator
C.o.or Abraham SST ^""^
RABBI MAXWELL 3ERGER
menorah (Temoie)
Conservative
620 75h st
JB-y..^!* NJ- r..
Rabhi M-y-r Ahr
Friday :T. v";^, gm a
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November 23, 1973
"Jewish IFlorkliaii
Page 15 A
Cuban Guns Aim at Guantanamo
iK JOSEPH ALSOP
sHIN'GT03 At the mo-
Fidel Ca'tro and his Cu-
thoughtfully prepared
[or the troops and ar-
lh it would be needed to
the historic American
Cuba, Guantanamo Bay.
moment, again, it ap
, downright likely thai th
Vietnamese will fa!rlv
tear up whatever remains
ruce agreement so pain
i goUated by Secretary of
Hcnrv A. Kissinger and Le
- minimum objective, as
I by massive military
at ions in fla' violation ol
nee agreement would ap-
> be tearing away from
Vietnam the northernmost
; of the smith's total terri
Military Region 1.
THE moment, finally, there
an all too serious chance
iiewed war in the Middle
\ith the Soviets active!)
m the destruction of
use words are written, ir
:lie intelligence community
n by an argument about
he Soviets have greatly di
ied their airlift of supplie
Arabs in the last couple
". the Kremlin wants to be ready
for prompt intervention, in a re-
newed Mideastem war, with the
big Soviet air transports
revved up on the south Russian
airfields where the Soviet airborne
forces are now on alert."
Aliop
b
IT
h I
I
could mean that the Krem
wished to cool off Presi
Anwar el-Sadat and th:
high c immand, so thai
i,ild negotiate more se
wiih Si cretan Kissinger
,: could also mean that the
:i'ii; to be ready for
intervention in a renew-
astern war, with the big
air IranTOorts revved up
south Russian airfi Id
ie So iet airborne force
on alert.
i\ -i M, you may b carelei
v-i solemn U.S. commit
. s. uth >as1 Asia: bul you
i lie-in vour calcula
ith Israel's future, and t- <
i Guanatanmo Bay. The uglj
iovi noted are in fac
cited in inverse order of import
ance
For the Cubans are highly un
likely to use their prepared at-
tack unless this country has
other large troubles somewhere
else.
You may also be in a righteous
fever for President Nixon's im
peachment. But you still have to
include in your calculations Ihc
Watergate horror's hideous effect
on the U.S. world position. All
the foregoing threats are unques-
tionably Watergate connected.
In truth, these ugly threats
would cither not exist, or they
would not it- such serious threats
if fuse making the threats had
not begun to scent how badlj
Watergate has weakene I Ihe Pros
ident. who has so often in the
past proved hi; toughness and
courage in threatening situation:
overseas.
If you are in the current!)
fashionsb] fever ol righl :ous
nes-.. you "ill of course say thai
if the Presidenl has been weak
ened. it is all his own fault. It i-
an arguable view.
But it is even more arguabli
ih.it righteousness is less urgent-
ly important than the vital U.S
interest thil are now threatened
so EVEN the Congress and
the fimous media might well re-
flect a bit on what disasters may
ensue for the American future
when you have public gloating
in both .Moscow and" Hanoi be-
cause the President of the United
States has been politically crip
pled.
As a guide to the calculation"
above suggested, it is best to tak'
the most important case-which
is. of course, the Middle East
Before these words can be print-
ed. Secretary Kissinger may have
pulled a negotiating rabbil out
of the hat in Cairo. Pray God he
manages to do SO
But you have only to examine
the alternative to see what des-
perate (rouble this country is
now in. nartly beeaue \v-it*i*" 't-
is now viciously interacting with
our neglect of our power
IF THERE is renewed war and
the Soviets intervene. Israel is
like!> to be humbled and al leasl
half crushed Vel if this horrible
result is avoided, no more than a
couple ol years will be gained!
for the United States to gathei |
its wits again to restore it- I wl,
standing of a serious gianl pov
b) rearmament and in othei
ways.
The reasons for this bleak out
look an bleakl' Minnie. The b isl
imaginable eltlemenl thai Seere
t irj K ssinger c in negotiate wil'
eventual!) involve Israeli with-
drawal Ir, "i most of a demili-
tarized Sinai, plus the subsequent
reopening of the Suez Canal even.
Ibis best settlement will then-
fore permil the Soviets to pose as
the Arabs' revenge-givers and to
pour their ever-growing naval
power into the Red Sea, the In
dian Ocean and the Persian Gulf.
For this, the Kremlin need- Ihe
canal reopened,
CONSIDER, then the kind of
States lliat own the crucial oil
resources of the Arabian Penin-
sula. The Soviets as revenge-giv-
ers will have their impact, even
in Saudi Arabia.
They will have infinitely great-
er Impact, hewever, if ihe rulers
of Arab oM almost all wake up
one morning to find themselves
looking down the throats of
scores ol missila-launehera on So-
viet-guided cruisers, with one of
the new Soviet aircraft carriers
in the immediate offing as well.
In other words, this game's
stake is control of the oil tap.
which is now the jugular of the
Western world, 'f there is a set
tlemenl. the United Slates may
hive time to avert Soviet control
of the oil tin bv really drastic
measures. If there is no settle-
ment and Israel is humbled. So
viel control of the oil tan will be
prompt and automatic. These are
nit pleasaid thoughts.
Pompidou Eves Worsening
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Franco-Israeli relations "from
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The Presidenl said that Prance
"relieves in Israel's righl to exist
md understands her problems. Ik
s| lained thai in France's view
srael has no! acted to the besl of,
her interests
THE PRESIDENT made these
tatements in the course of a 75
minute meeting with representa-
tives of 'he Franco-Israeli Senate
md National Assembly Friendship
'ommittees
The di le ti n consisted of G n
Pierre Guillain de Benouville
Pierre Giraud and Diomede Ca
troux, as weil as the presidenl o'
the French Senate's Foreign Al
fairs Commission
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a Gaull'sl deput* and former min
Lstes told the Jewish Telegruphl<
Agenc> thai the meeting had been
'frank and friendly."
,\l the National Assembly.
eign Minister Michel Jobert ra
ihe attitudes <>r both Russia
the United States.
HE SAID that they have tu
Europe "into a non-person."
have humiliated her in her
existence."
For
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and
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and
very
CRB Gets 1 New
Slall Members
Maria Ciena Duran, John D,
Due, Donald T, Stein and Hendrik
J. Berns have joined the staff of
i' ue County's Community u< la-
Lons Biiaid.^ 4
Mis. Duran, wife of school board
member and CRB vice chairman
Vlfredo Duran and daughter of
exiled former Cuban President
' ailo- Priii Socarras, will direct
I SRB's new Project Develop
ment Division.
A graduate in political science
i>oin Duke University, Mr. Duran
worked previously as researcher
lor WTVJ and news reporter for
WT.I'V.
Dim who worked for the Legal
Services of Greater Miami and
was instrumental m the formation
i>' the Flonoa Tenants Organi/u
lion as well as the United Puerto
Ricans, has a background of legal,
social service and human relations
assignments. He will head up the
i RB's Community Relations Divi-
sion.
Berns. former legislative liai-
on of the State Community Af-
lairs Depaitment and former pub-
lisher of the Miami Beach Sun. is
eti ran writer, editor and broad-
caster. He will serve as CRB's
communications officer,
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# Max Lerner To Be
eJewJLSll FlOiridlLairi Luncheon Speaker
M^)i, ricrida Friday, November 23, 1973
Section B
Miami Delegation to Attend
UJA's National Conference
A larg< delegation
I Miami's Jewish
I the 1974
tional < nference of
of leaders
community
annual na-
the United
Jewish Appeal Dec- 7"8 in New<
Vork.
Israel': Minister of Defense,
. an, will be the keynote
speaker al the Dec. 8 banquet.
The national conference is held
annual!:- to launch the coming
year's Israel Emergency Fund and
rial I'JA campaign. This year,
however, the conference is a tar-
ati for the completion of
ind raising efforts which be-
gan shortly after the outbreak of
Kippur War.
The format of tliis conference
has been revised to focus on the
conditions in Israel
which have caused the already
li x problems of immigration
and absorption to intensify, ex-
pand and accelerate to a point
where human need has reached
staggering proportions.
The 1974 annual national con
ce will also initiate, as a
event, the "Louis A. Pincus
M morial Lecture." dedicated to
iirtstanding humanitarian ef-
forts i the late chairman of the
Jewish Agency for Israel.
The first lecture, on the theme
Y in Kippur 1973" will be de-
li. ied t.y author Elie Wiesel.
The conference will begin on
Friday morning, Dec. 7, at the New
York Hilton Hotel, with an open-
ing general campaign session.
American Jewish community lead-
ers will receive a full account of
the new dimensions of needs
caused by war conditions in Israel.
Friday afternoon, a special pro-
gram will be held at the Mark
Hellinger Theater in New York
City. The program, entitled "And
None Shall Make Them Afraid."
will memorialize those lost in Is-
rael's most recent struggle for
survival, an'! provide somber in-
spiration : r the
Produced by playwright Murray
Schisgal, the program will feature
such participating artists as Mi-.hu
Alrxandrovich. Hersehel Bernardi.
Theodore Bikel. Lee J. Cobb, Bel
Kaufman, Cantor David Ku3evit
! sky and the Inba! Dancers.
Other highlights of the Con-
| ference include a special Sabbath
dinner; UJA national committee
I and departmental meetings, and
j the nomination of UJA officers for
! 1974.
Max Lerner, noted author, pro-
fessor and syndicated columnist
whose comments appear weekly in
The Jewish Floridian, will be the
guest speaker at the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women's "Child Care
Luncheon,' Wednesday. Dec. 12,
at 11 a.m., in the Eden Roc Hotel
Dr. Lerner received his Ph.D.
from the Brookings Graduate
School of Eonomics and Govern-
ment after having completed his
undergraduate and law studies at
Yale University. He has taught at
Harvard. Brandeis, Sarah Law-
rence. Russeli Sage and other top
universities.
His widely read newspaper col-
umn is syndicated by the Los An-
geles Times and appears through-
out the world in many languages.
In addition, he has authored some
dozen books which have been ac-
credited as being most scholarly
and expert in the topics covered.
MAX UffNER
en's annual Child Care Luncheon
are used solely for child-care proj-
iu ..^" >>- .,-.... "..------ arc USen soieiy lor cmm-eai
All funds that are raised at the ects These projCcts provide a
National Council of Jewish Worn- --
Women's Division
Leaders Included
In UJA Mission
New UAHC Chief Eyes Emphasis
On 'MysticaV in Jewish Life
By Special Report
NEW YORK The new presi-
dent of the Union of American He-
brew Congregations has called for
an end to "minimalism" in Reform
Jewish education and for a greater
emphasis on the "mystical and the
emotive" in the Jewish religion.
Rabbi Alexander M. Schindler.
who was installed here as the head
of the central body of Reform Ju-
daism in this country and in Can-
ada, called for a closer collabora-
tion between the Reform and Con-
servative movements, especially in
the realm of Jewish education.
"THERE IS nothing," he said,
which separates these two move-
ments in their common struggle
against Jewish illiteracy."
Rabbi Schindler succeeds Dr.
Maurice N. Eisendrath. who for the
vironment which would enhance
the social emotional and educa-
tional development of children an I
also promote the healthy growth
of personality, as well as contrib-
uting to family strength and sta-
bility.
Two of the child-care centers are
located in the YM-YWHA Center.
8500 SW 8th St.. and in Larchmont
Gardens. Miami.
BUR
four leaders of the Na-
Women's Division of United
ii Appeal returned recently
was tnf t Sn^t -
i lie UJA since the Yoin Kup-
. War.
Included in the group were Mrs.
Morton Silberman. national boaid
ber cf UJA and chairman of
I Greater Miami Jewish Fedora
n's High School in Israel Pro-
gram Committee, and Mrs. Mike
A Sumberg, UJA national educa
. n chairman and chairman of the
- leration'a Israel Programs Com
.r a tee. They are both pacesetters
; i UJA'a heightened effort to meet
its 1974 goal for the urgent hu
manitarian needs of the people of
The j-roup spent three-and a
daya in Intensive observation
and study of programs and serv-
- in Israel and il! interpret
ir experience -o communities
over the United States. Each
;:aiticipant in the mission made a
mmitment to observe and report
back the dimensions of the need
o:\ the same urgent schedule for
a: least ten days.
"This mission is but one example
of the singularity of purpose ex-
hibited by Jewish women all over
the United States on behalf of the
'normous needs in Israel which
must be met by the American
Jewish community in 1974," said
Mrs. Silberman.
'This means adequate housing,
j )b training, and alleviation of the
language barrier at the very mini-
mum. The Israel: social problems
aggravated by the recent crisis,
families with no visible means of
support, schools with faculties
mobilized, housing construction
for immigrants at a standstill, all
must become the responsibility oi
Jews in the United States," Mrs.
Sumberg said.
f'uential post in Reform Jewish
life. Kabbi Eisendrath, who was to
have consecrated Rabbi Schindler,
suffeied a fatal heart attack on
Friday, Nov. 9, just moments be-
fore he was to have delivered the
Presidential Sermon to the dele-
gates of the UAHC's 52nd General
Assembly.
The Consecration Service cli-
maxed the UAHC's five-day ccn-
1 icnnial convention at the New
York Hilion here. More than 3.500
' delegates, representing 1.1 million
'members of 710 affiliated syna-
Ogues, attended.
KABBI ROLAND B. Olttelsohn,
I an officer of the UAHC, who also
lelivei id the principal eulogy al
Rabbi Eisendrath's funeral, served
| in his stead to install Rabbi
Schindler.
A cr.tic of what he calls two-
nour-a-week minimalistic religious
education." Rabbi Schindler is
determined to succeed in what he
sees to be his main task, to help
the synagogue survive as an "ef-
fective instrument for the preser-
vation and transmission of Juda-
ism." .. .
In so doing, he predicts that
Jewish education will have to deal
with some "harsh realities" in the
next several years, such as the
four-day work week, year-around
public school programs, a larger
population of senior citizens, and
a -continuing dramatic increase in
the mobility" of American life.
sale
FAMOUS MAKER
KNIT PANTSUITS
Reva Wexler Speaker
Reva Wexler. president of the
Women's Division, Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, will speak on
"Images" at the Forte Forum Tues-
day at 1 p.m. in the Forte audito-
rium.
Leonard Luria Speaker
Leonard Luria, community lead-
er will speak on "The Unbeliev-
able Israelis," at the regular
monthly breakfast of the Brother-
hood of Temple Beth Sholom Sun-
day at 10:30 a.m., in the temple
auditorium, according to an an-
nouncement by Harold B. Vinik,
Brotherhood president.
Aaron Fair is program chair-
man of the Brotherhod, which sup-
ports the Israeli scholarship pro-
gram of Beth Sholom.
99
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Friday, November 23J
Mount Sinai Board Elects Four New Trustees
Anna Brenner Meyers
A
Jurroltt I. boodman
Julius Rosenberg
Lloyd L. ftuskin
Nlorry Koven
Benjamin Meyert
Throe members of the Mount
Sinai Medical Center lioard oi
Trustees were promoted io tlio
-talus of life member at the res
ular meeting of the Board last
week. The) are Robert z. Greene,
Benjamin Meyers, and Julius Ros-
enberg-
Pilling the vacancies created by
the promotions and the one re-
maining open seat on the board
will he four newly-elected trus-
tees, Jerrold F. Goodman, Morn
Koven, Anna Brenner Meyers
iwife "I Benjamin Meyers) and
Lloyd l. Ruskin.
Goodman, a Founder at Mount
Sinai for several years, is also a
member ol the Development Fund
Committee, and Sustaining Board
if Fellows at the Medical Cen-
ter. A prominent real estate In-
vestor, he is a member of the Inter-
national Occano; raphic Founda-
tion of Miami and a foundtr ni'r.i
oer of the Ilechal Schlomo Syna-
,i gue in Jerusalem. His wife. Jane,
is a Founder el Mount Sinai.
Koven, president ol Continental
Coffee Company, is a long-time
resident ol the Miami arra. Along
with his wile Ann. lu is a Founder
ol Mount Sinai Medical tenter.
Anna Broiinei Meyer> has dis-
tinguished iiorscii as an outstand-
ing Miami Beach attorney as well
as a veteran mcmbci of the Dade
County School Board on which
-he served until her retirement
two years 8gO. Mrs. Meyers, also
a Founder of .Mount Sinai, was
involved in establishing the exist-
ing relationship between Miami-
Dade Community College and
Mount Sinai's Fred Ascher Allied
Health Careers Building. A resi-
dent o. the Miami area nearly all
her life. Mis. Meyers is recognized
as a leader in professional, civic
and ii ligious affairs, and is the
recipient of mail) civic awards.
Itu.-kin. a well-known Miami at
torney. and the immediate past
president of the Sustaining Board
, Fellows of Mounl Sinai has
been associated with the Medical
i enter for many years His family
has dedicated manj years to the
Mounl Smai .Medical Center, hav-
ing been involved in the actual
founding of the hospital.
The life members all have
played active roles in community
and Mount Sinai Medical Center
lite as well.
Greene, president of Rowe Cor-
poration, has been associated with
ihe Medical Center since 19b'4
when he first became a trustei
He has resided in. Miami
or many years, hut alsi
residences in New York ami
necticut. He and his wife. \
are both members of The
ders of Mount Sinai, where!
are actively involved in noJ
: functions at the leadership |a
Meyers, the retired treasur]
Miami Bottled (ias. i,u... |s ., J
philanthropist in the Miami
A member of The Founder!
.Mount Sinai, he has been ori
Board Of Trustees since 1!MI7J
Rosenberg, formerly of n< J
Mich., is a retired real ostaU
vestor. A board trustee since
he and his wife, Peggy, resk
of Miami for almost six veal's!
long to The Founders ol Mi
Sinai. Rosenberg shares his wl
interest in enhancing the cult]
aspects of the Greater .Miami al
Chilean Jeivry is Not Affected
Adversely by Military Coup
By Special Report
NEW VORK- The Jewish com-
munity in chile has not been af-
fected adversely by the recent
military cup. and no manifesta-
tions of anti-Semitism have ap
pcared, the American Jewish com-
mittee reported.
A survey received by the Corn
inittee's Buenos Aires office, based
n a recent visil to chile by an
Xpcrl on Latin American Jewry,
-tales that "Jewish community life
continues its normal course. Reli-
gious services, schools and institu-
tions are carrying on their activ-
ities with absolute normalcy.!
Whatever difficulties exist are
bared with the population in gen-
jral, and there is no feeling that
iews are being discriminated
gainst."
CHILEAN JEWS have reacted
(i the recent war in the .Middle
Bast in the same way as all othet
lewi ; con munitios the world
ver, acconling to the report
They have manifested their
olidarity with Israel in many!
meetings, and have not hesitated
appeal to public opinion on its
behalf."'
The report continues: "When
he junta took office, the new
mthorities celebrated Chile's Na-
tional Day and invited Jewish
leaders | participate. Later the)
in i message ol greetings to the
lewi-h central institutions and. on
.om Kippur, appointed two offi-
1 mis to attend synagogue serv-
e ,"
lii general, Jews ;n public of-
1 ice in the Allendc regime who
ire identiiied with the Jewish com-
i.unity have experienced no dif-
iculties with the new government.
\s an example, the report cites
he case of Dr. Emique Testa.
I ormer head of the Defense Coun-
il of the State, who has returned
o his law practice. Long active in
Jewish community affairs, he
served as head of the Banco Is-
raelite before his appointment by
the late Preside nt Allendc.
THE REPORT also points oul.
'Among the military men holding
top-level positions is Gen. Jose
Berdichevaky, who occupies the
fourth mo.-t impoitanl post in the
Air Forci: Gen. Berdichevsky at-
tend! d the Vom Ki| pur set < ice at
he s) nagogue."
The majo.it) of the Chilean pen
pie, the report .-tales, "seems '"
! ave i s:u a Id ink check to the
militaiy junta Despite thi ten ion
resulting fiom the rigorous meas-
Mirachi Women
Announce Plans
'As Good As Goltlu'
Reviewed for AJCon
Louis.' Wise Chapter. Wom|
Division. American Jewish
res;, will hold its nioiithlj
ing at the Barcelona Hotel
lay, Nov. 2it. at 11:46 a.m
The program will feattir.
ure- taken to preserve order, one
enses general optimism, enthusi- licw of ,.Aa Good K& GoU
asm an majority is that the armed forces
have been, as tar as they could,
muI of the lav and the Con-
stitution."
Israel Shenker given b) SotJ
Primak. Hostesses for the meet!
will be Lillian Sherman, Gerl I
Klein and Sabena lay
Sen. Baker Appean
Before Meeting ()f\
*&
Technion Society
Dvorak Chapter of Mizrachl
Women will have a end part) and
refre>hments Monday at 1 p.m. at
the Shore Club Hotel. Beatrice
Fuchs and Fan an in m-
ol thi presidium,
Thursday. Nov. 29, Hadar Chap-
ter will meet al the Ner Timid
auditorium lor a noon lun
and card party. Lillian Chabnei is
chapter pre.-idt i.t
Halikvah has scheduled a game;
part) fot Thursday, \m 29, at
Kneseth Israel staiting at 12:30
p.m. Pearl Schwartz is president.
Clial Chapter luncheon meeting
will be held at the home of Lucille
Ellison, 1030S SW 91st Si Thurs-
day, \ov. 2!t. at il a.m. Reserva-
tions are requested. Beverly Haus-
ir is president.
Vered Chapter has slated a boat
ride for Sunday with kosher sand-
wiches lor sale. Monday, the group
will hold a regular meeting at the
home of Saundra Rothenbcrg 1061
NE 162nd St. The p.m. gather-
ing will feature a toy lair ami a
< hanukah boutique.
Bj Special Report
JWV Florida Auxiliaries Are
Planning Monthly Meetings
Boberl 1. Greene
The activities this week of the
'wish H'ar Veterans, Department
l Florida Ladies Auxiliaries in
Dade and Broward Counties arc as
oilows:
Noiman Bruce Brown 174: A
board meeting will be held Tues-
lay evening at the 1st Fedeidl
Savings, 2750 Coral Way Esther
lacohs is president.
Rob. rl K. Fran/blau 177, Mira-
mar: A regular meeting will be
held Tuesday at 8:80 p.m. at Tem-
ple Israel, Miramar. Marlon Mos-
kovitz is auxiliary president. Re-
freshments will be served.
Marraj Soloanea MS: a board
meeting will be held Tuesday at
8:30 p.m at the Merrick Elemen
tary School. 39 Zaniora Ave. Evelyn
Lowe is president
Four Freedoms 402: A regular
Bteettng Will be held Saturday in
the Pent House. Ann Brodorff ,s
president.
NOW* Shore G77: a regular
monthly business meeting will he
held Wednesday at 8::io p.m ;it
the Jefferson National Bank Ar-
thur Godfrey lid. Mildred Fcinsil-
ber, auxiliary president, will pre
itic.
Harry II. Cohen 723: The reg-
ular monthly social meeting will
lake place Sunda) al 7:.io p.m. at
the Washington Fcdeial, 1138
Normandy Dr.
In his i earance before a
national Jewish or; inization. Sen.
I low a:-.! il. Baker, who is con
ddered a potential Pn
candidate, discussed his position.-
on Israel and the oil shortag
The senator addressed the Na
tional Jubilee Dinner of the Amer
ican Societ) for Technion Israel In
litute of Technology Mondaj al
he N( w York v ,., 1111 -1.
Voted lawyer and best-selling
author Louis Nizer presided, as
ever 1,600 prcmini r.l Am trican
husine.s-men and -l wish communal
- gathered to hear Sen
Baker's views and to celebrate the
50th anniversary of Technion. one
"I the largest scientific and tech
"ical institutes in the world
FIFTEEN NOBEL Prize scien
lists joined the guests in inaugu
rating the establishment of the
Samuel Neaman Institute of Ad
vanced Studies |n Science and i
"echnology at Technion. The Is
raeli-born founder Samuel Neaman
guest of honor at the Jubilee Din
' ner, is chairman of the hoard of
McCrory Corporation
In aaddition to discussing United
Males support of Israel, Sen Baker
urged reliance on large-scale tech
nological projects in ,.,.,. t0 cro I
ate a sound economic basis for an
enduring peace in the Middle Fast :
Israel is at present the only mod-
ern industrial nation in the region
with a per capita gross national
product which nearly equals lhat
Of Great Britain.
Desalination processes, Ion- ad-
v"li;"' )' Sen. Baker as a kev
approachi to the modernization of
XZ M^d'e '-"i- continue to he
the subject -M intensive experimen-
25,* Technion "* Z
,,-rhn' "-or, ls,u,tved to
he a solution to the vast ii
and industrial water req
of Israel.
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attended the dinni r ven I
A Tisch. chairman of the I
I iews, Inc., and outgoin
of the American Societj I
nion; Henry Taub, chaii
oj id ol Automatic Data P
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Sen. Chiles Keynoter For
Annual Meeting-Dedication
U.S. Sen. Lawton Chiles of Flor-
ida will be the special guest speak-
er at the 27th annual meeting of
the Miami Jewish Home and Hos-
pital for the Aged, formerly known
as the Jewish Home for the Aged
of Greater Miami, at Douglas Gar-
dens. 151 N'E 52nd St., Sunday,
Dee. 2. at 2 p.m.
Sen. Chiles, a member of the
Senate's Special Committee on
Aging, will deliver the keynote
address on the subject of problems
confronting the aged, before an
expected 600 guests in the Home's
Ruby Auditorium. Florida's Sen.
Kenneth M. Myers will introduce
Sen. Chiles.
The 27th annual meeting will
feature the formal dedication of
the Home's new $250,000 "Yagle
Pavilion" residence, a unique con-
cept in care far the well aged.
Seating capacity in the Ruby
Auditorium is limited to 400, but !
overflow guests will be comfort-
ably accommodated in chairs set up
on the Douglas Gardens grounds,
and "ill hear the annual meeting
program and Sen. Chiles' speech
over loudspeakers.
Through the Special Committee
on Aging, Chiles has taken a keen
interest in problems facing the
elderly, including housing, health,
consumer interest and retirement.
He has also sponsored aggres-
sive health care legislation dealing
with gerontology training, protec
tion of the indigent, and cata-
strophic illness. Chiles is particu-
larly concerned about eliminating
present inequities in the Mcdicaid
program.
Chiles' speech will be preceeded
by a program under the direction
ol Judge Irving Cypen. chairman,
who is the honoraiy president of
tlii' Home.
It will include election of of-
ficers to the board of directors.,'
a. well as election of three new'
members to the board. They are I
Miami Beach Police Chief Rocky,
Pomerance, County Attornej
St iart L. Simon, and Harry Pearl- |
SEN. LAWTON CHILES
man.
ck S. Popick. president of the
iome. will present his repoit. and
Baron deHirsch Meyer, honorary
vice president, will make a special
presentation to Stanley M. Becker-
nan commemorating 20 years of
devoted service to the Jewish
Home. Also, Mrs. Lillian Coven,
president of the Residents' Coun-
cil, will speak.
Hors d'oeuvres and cocktails will
be served and there will be a
guided tour of the Home high-
ighted by the formal dedicaiion
of the modern "Major Harry A.
and Tillie S. Yagle Pavilion." This
ceremony will be accompanied by
a ribbon cutting and picture lak-
ihg.
The "Yagle Pavilion." a com
plcte refurbishment of the or
Douglas Gardens Starlight Manor
House residence, was made pos-
able through a generous S250.000
.ontribution fiom the estate of
Major Harry A. Yagle and his
wife, Tillie.
Miami attorney E. Albert Pal-1
lot, executor of the estate, who
presented the check for S250.000
,. thi Home ai a board meeting
FcMenkreises and Kanters
To Head Scholarship Dinner
A and Mr-. Joseph H. Kanter il chairman and a former national
Mr. and Mrs. George Felden- chairman of the United Jewish
; have been i amed cochairmen Vppeal and past general chairman
oi the Great i *>; i ni Jewish red
i-a ioi aanua CJA-IEF di te
r F Idinkreis was h moved
earlier this year at the Mother-
lau liter I., i cheon -
.. Ai Women. She ..- a
,r pres the or [ania
Mr. Fcldenkrels, a top leader
in the Florida Cuban Jewish
nullity, has held key positions in
h CJA-IEF and
hen Hi heads an int
(mi fi m and has
mber of t' e Hebrew
im dinner committee
moving lure.
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Mr.-ttnrrrcr RTHOnorary nation
RABBI ABRAM0W1TZ
LEADS PILGRIMAGE
on c to a request
I lovei nment TOUT-
. .i pilgrimage to
1 rail will be launched for
. ... Jewry for the
i .....; celebrating Cha-
nukali in Israel.
pilgrimage, sponsored
le Menorah's Rabbi
Abramowitz. who is
^an of the "Maccabee
vl of the State of Israel
I met with Israeli
0 i ment and military
addition to cele-
Chanukah in Israel's
j nagogues.
aided Israel in
in r 11 during the
Rabbi \ bramowitz
-'Bl i'. "the pilgrims will
n
' pea
earlier in the ypar, wjJJ |,e present
and take an active part in Ihe
dedication ceremony.
Major Yagle was a Wodld War 1
Air Force hero decorated by King
George of England, lie resided in
Miami for a number of years fol-
lowing his retirement as a corp-
oration executive, before his death
in a traffic accident in January of
1969. He and his wife Tillie, who
passed away in 1970, had always
taken a deep interest in the Jew-
ish Home and its residents.
The two-story building contains
four single and four double oc-
cupancy rooms, each featuring the
ultimate in modern conveniences
and safety features to be found in
any aged health care residence in
the country.
Each room is decorated with
wall to wall deep pile carpeting,
ustom wallpaper, drapes and
lurniture as well as wooden carved
or arched beam ceilings.
Also provided are television,
refrigerator, air conditioning and
heating units, roomy walk-in
closets and personal vanity areas,
extra-large bathrooms and outside
sun porch.
All rooms are equipped, in both
living area and bath, with inter-
com systems direct to the Douglas
Gardens central nurses station in
case help is needed at any time
Each bathroom is fitted with safe
ty handrails throughout and salety
doors which can be opened, in
emergency, even if locked from
inside.
The new "Major Harry A. and
Tillie S. Yagle Pavilion" will serve
as a model for geriatric care, ad
ding new meaning, comfort and
dignity to ttie lives of its residents
The Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged is a bene-
ficiary agency of the United Fund
of Dado County and the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
Dec. 9 Dinner To Climax
Puerto Rico Bonds Campaign
The Jewish community ol Pnei to
Rico will climax a SI million Is
rael Bonds campaign with its an-
i nual Israel Dinner of State Sun-
day. Dec. 9, in San Juan, accord-
ing to Milton M. Parson, executive
director of the Greater Miami Is-
rael Bond Organization, which
'. oversees Bond activities on the
Caribbean island.
Samuel Wagner, who is chair-
i man of the Israel Bonds drive in
Puerto Rico, recently returned
| from a trip to Israel where he was
one of 39 American Bond leaders
; comprising the Israel Bond Emer-
gency Delegation examining the
I financial implications of the Yom
I Kippur War.
Wagner, who was born in Cuba
j and moved to San Juan 12 years
| ago, is one of a valuable group
of outstanding young leaders in
the Jewish community of Puerto
Rico. He is presently treasurer of
the Jewish Community Center in
San Juan.
Honorees at the dinner-dance in
December will be Maurice and El-
ly Hirsty, who will receive the
State ol Israel Masada Award for
(heir outstanding efforts on be-
half ol Israel.
Maurice Hirsty, a past president
of the Shaare Zcdek Synagogue
5AM WACNtK
in San Juan, was a cochairman o:
last year's Bond campaign ir.
uerto Ri''o. anH bts b*en an ac
tive participant in the United Jew-
ish Appeal and the B'nai B'ritli.
Elly, his wife of 50 years, has bees
active in Jewish activities in San
Juan, having served as a vice presi-
lent oi the bliaare ZedeK Sister-
hood and being honored on several
occasions for her outstanding wort.
i a member of Hadassah.
Scheduled as guest speaker a'
he dinner is Ambassador Ben
amin Varon, former Israeli Am
as ador to Paraguay, the Domin
an Republic, and Jamaica.
Samuel Shtib is coordinator ol
he annual event, which will bl
'dd at the Hotel Fl San Juan.
;ing!e Parents Dance Set
Single Parents of Miami Beach
erving singles, w idows and thc-
livorced from ages 2V43 will host
dance at the Deauville Hotel
Miami Beach. Friday, Nov. 30 at
pin. Live entertainment will bt
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Fridcy, November 23, 1973
JWV Commander
Ferdie Back From
Tour of Israel
Jewish War Veterans of the findings to other veterans groups,"
1 S.A. national commander Ains- "' said.
ee Perdle is back in Miami fol- i Ferdie noted that he visited the
west I).ink of the canal region into
Suez, the Allenby Bridge area and
the Golan Heights
"Israelis arc extremely grateful
I for the military support the United
stales gave them," he declared,
without which they may well
I have sustained defeat."
In Israel, Ferdie also met with
Israel Presidi nt Ephraim Katzir
and U.S. Ambassador Kenneth
Keating.
(In his way hack. Ferdie left the
.TWV group to I mr NATO head-
quarters in Brussels and SHAPE
headquarters in Moris.
"IT SEEMS dear," he said, "thai
the people of Belgium and West
Germany are generally behind the
Israelis, although their govern
ments may not be."
Ferdie paid particular attention
to Portugal, "without whose as-
sistance the U.S. might not have
been able to resupply the Israelis
properly."
JWV has some 100.000 members
nationally.
ng a tour he and other top
JWV offiials took through Israel.
The tour was the first organiza-
..: group into Israel since the
Yi m Kippur War,
FERDIE was accompanied by
I JWV leaders, including
Mr, and Mrs. l.eon Silverman, of
i ah. Silverman is a member ol
v, V's national budget committee
and Florida state quartermaster.
Youngest "member" of the JWV
contingent was Seth Silverman,
six year-old son of the Silvermans
here
Also accompanying Ferdie was
Mrs, Evelyn Ferdie, of (oral
iables, the national commander's
mother, who i- Florida department
senior vice president.
'The purpose of our tour." said '
Commander Ferdie, was to show
solidarity with the people of Israel
and the feasibility of tours at this
time." Ferdie also said that he
and the national contingent
examined the various fronts and '
military conditions.
"WE WILL be reporting our '
Community-Wide Rally For Israel
To Be Held At Barcelona Mondav
First communitywide Rally for
Israel since the end ol the Yom
Kippur War will be held Monday
night at 8:15 p.m. at the Barcelona
Hotel. Rabbi Mordecai Klrshblum,
associate chairman of the Immigra-
tion and Aliyah Department of the
Jewish Agency, will be the prin-
cipal speaker.
Free tickets for the rally may-
be secured at the offices of the j
American Zionist Federation. 605
Lincoln Rd, Bldg. or from offices
of Hadassah. B'nai Zion. Pioneer
Women, Mizrachi. the Labor Zion-
ist Alliance and the American Jew-
ish League for Israel.
Gerald Schwartz, past president
of the South Florida Zionist Fed-
eration who is chairman of the
rally, is a former president of the
Miami Beach lodge of B'nai B'rith.
He was executive vice president
of the American Committee for
Bai-Ilan University and heads pub-
lic relations activities in Florida i
for Histadrut and the American
Friends of the Hebrew University.
Mrs. Milton Green, national vice
president of the American Zion-
ist Federation and president of the
South Florida Zionist Federation,
will introduce Rabbi Kirshblum. a
top executive of the World Zionist
Organization.
The Florida office for Israel
Aliyah, headed by Israel Shapiro,
.s cosponsoring Monday's meeting
with the Zionist Federation.
Seymour B. Liebman. past presi-
dent of the South Florida Zionist
Federation, will serve as chairman
of the committee on resolutions.
.Measures taking up such subjects
as Israeli prisoners held by Syria.
thi continuing plight of Russian
Iraqi and Syrian Jewry and the
Arab oil boycott are expected to
be voted upon. Schwartz said.
Maccabee
Month Is
Launched
Israel Bond Maecahee Month was
aunched Sunday as a person-to-
pi i son campaign in synagogues
and through Jewish organizations
to solicit an emergency loan from
family as a Shomei Yisrael,
purchasers of $1,000 or more in
State of Israel Bonds l.
Maccabee .Month, which is being
observed nationally, will last
through th first day ofChanukah.
D i'ii Ri berl L Siegel, chair
man of s>nagogues for the Greater
Miami Urae bond Organization,
>ald Maccabee Month was created
to highlight the worldwide Isiai I
I n i- effort to pro\ idi I 142 mil-
lion to covei the full amount ol
Isra is Development Budget as a
means of strengthening the
economy which was seriously af-
fect( d by the outbreak of war on
Oct. (i.
Rabbi Mayer Ahramowitz. South
Florida chairman for Maccabi e
Month, said he is "confident that
members of the Jewish community
would rally to Israel's emergencj
needs with a dedication in the
spirit of Judah Maccabee and his
followers, who led the fight foi
freedom in the ancient Jewish
homeland more than 2.000 years
ago."
Milton M. Parson, executive di-
rector of the Greater Miami Israel
Bond Organization, said that area
synagogues and Jewish fraternal
organizations will be in the van-
guard of campaign activity during
Maccabee Month, and each of them
will appoint a chairman to guide
volunteers lor the mo^t effective
particioation in the program.
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Henry Szeryng, Violinist, Donates
Concert Funds to Israeli Soldiers
Henry SzerfOg, nSrld-renowned Dorothy Knopke, who spent the
i, y.v.vA iiiiy with Miami ; uramer painting in the Israel art
PhilhjiriBftniftiiitylujiii^afliiqjpj^iip, *'.i;'p:i> S;U'ed. flccepttd the* check
o: Alain Lombaid thn week, has from Szeiyng. According t<> .li
( led ?"s,500 irom concert pro- Knopke, the Soldiers' Welfare
i to the Soldier- Welfare ommittee provides all the wel-
Committee of Israel. .are accessories needed by boys
S; vynj stated that while play- in the field, gifts for the wounded,
ei a coneeit tour in Europe, rec eational material for outposts,
.
iced it ca I 10 r< 1II ives in Is-
rael and was suddenly intenupted
the call because oi the out-
\ oi the war."
Continuing his tour, which in-
ch led London, Paris, Lisbon,
dona and Home during a 12-
foi hospital-;.
The Committee sets up kiosks
throughout Israel to provide cof-
fee or sodas to the soldiers who
hitchh ke home tor brief 12-hour
or 2-1 hour leaves. and also assists
day peru.i. Szeryn red the the families of wounded, prisoners
proceeds of his performances to
be used for the welfare oi Israel
irs and for the benefit of
families of fallen soldiers or pris-
as an expression of his
,) concern with, and identifica-
With the young soldiers in Is- jng Ambassador of Culture with a
diplomatic passport," is remain
lu'presontins the Soldiers' Wel- ing in Miami for several days
fur.' ( mmittee, local artist his concert.
ind dead soldiers. In Israel the
i lization is wholly voluntary
and has the dedicated support of
ill the people.
Szeryng. a citizen of Mexico and
recognized by them as their "rov-
;

Temple Eniamt-El Schedules
Semi-Annual Meeting, Dance
I si mi-annual meetii g and Players will highlight the gather-
ol i -mple Emanu-El will ing, a cordii i to Samuel N. I
: 3d dbnd Ballroom land, chairman of the board of
of the Miami Beach congregation Ti .iple Emanu-1
Dec. 8. it was announci .1 Wedncs- Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of
clay to Judge Herbert S. Shapiro, the synagogue for the past 30
president. years, will outline plans for the
A bufftt dinner and a special coming year, during which the
ntat:. i of the Junior Temple congregation's youth pro-ram will
| be greatly expanded.
Ti ixie Levin will direct the play
let, "Teen Scene.' assisted by Mrs
.\l( xander Kogan. Ernest Fuld will
appear at the d'ums, with Deeva
Solove as accompanist.
The cast will include Diane
Buchwald, Bruce Cohen. Kenneth
Fine, Rob it Fine. Carla Gerstel,
Ilene Cordon. Lisa I.uby. Robert
Prater and Robin Schat'fer.
Plans for the dinner and dance
, honoring Dr. Lehrman on his 30th
anniversary as rabbi which wa
postponed from Nov, 18 until next
pring also will be completed at
he semi-annual meeting, Jud e
Shapiio said.
Shown during the presentation cf a gift to
the Soldier's Welfare Committee of Israel
are (from left) Henryk Szeryncj, Aliza Bren-
ner, Israeli born cv^ner of Miami E rch
travel agency, Dorothy Knopke, Aliza Gei-
ge r, Jerusalem nurse who has been work-
ing with wounded soldiers in Israel, Mau-
n, Philharmonic philanthropist,
end Georqe Vo.'sky.
Women's League
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Where tuere
At a joint meeting Tuesday, Dee.
4, at noon in the Roney Plaza
auditorium, the Lincoln Miami
Beach and Roney Plaza Chapters
of Women's League for Israel will
be merged.
Henceforth they will be known
as the Lincoln-Honey Miami Beach
Chapter with Mrs. Meyer I. Res-j
nick as incumbent president.
The Women's League for Israel
supports Natanya Rehabilitation ;
and Vocational Residence Center
for training the blind and handi-
capped, and homes for refugees :
in Haifa. Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and
Hatzor.
The United Cerebral Palsy As-
sociation of Miami will present
its fourth annual Humanitarian
Award to Congressman Dante
B. Fascell during a dinner in
his honor, Friday evening. Dec.
14, at the Deauville Hotel, ac-
acrding to A. Anthony Noboa,
association president. Miami
Mayor Maurice A. Ferre is
chairman of the dinner; Robert
Shevin, Florida State Attorney
General, has been named hon
orary dinner chairman.
North Dadc BBW Chapter
Meeting, Book Review Set
The North Dadc Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will hold a
meeting Tuesday at 8:00 p.m. in
The Washington Federal Savings
& Loan Association Building in
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"Queens Bench VII" by Leon
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Friday, November 23, 1973
Lsralom Offers Home in Israel
With Special Incentive Planning
"We ire bleeding. We are
\ 1 untied, r; 1:t we face the futun
re 0 utely."
This is the assessment of Eli
Wagner, an Israeli who lias jusl
returned to th>' United States after
erv'nfl foi three weeks with the
l.ac 1 Aimij hi Sinai.
Wagner, \\'i. is manager of the
I nlted States and Canadian Branch
cf lsralom, Israel Homes and Reai
V tate Corp.
ON OCT. 9, three days after
Syria and Egypt stiuck to launch
t te Vi in Kippui war, he was re-
c 1 1 d as s lieutenant in thi Corps,
Wagner was in Miami the other
daj to visit itli Howard Brill,
v inagcr ol Isralom's .Miami Beach
office at 420 Lincoln Rd., and to
ci &CUSS liie role Miami can play in
tin- woik of his organization.
our main problem during the
1 \i ten years." he explained, "is
to recover from the severe ecu
nomic blow that the war has in- '
f.ieted on US."
Wagner said thai estimates run
j. high as S7 billion for the cost
of the war thus far. "What we
must do is to change our balance
oi payments- to bring in more
toilai s."
.Id. he said, is t 1 buy Israeli prod
,1,1, a- often a- possible Also,
il you plan to visit in the near fu-
Project Teen-Afde
Launched By JFCS
Jewish Family and Children's
-vi ice has launch) d s special
Pioject Teen-Aide program usin
, enage voluntei rs to prw ide
i'i iendly visil for homi I
Iderly and nui sing hi 1
The youthful voluntei
iinted lrom JFCS Y iuth vices
). pi rtmenl as well as loi il syna-
gogues and youth groups
"Project Teen Aide offet <
leople an opportunity to do some-
hing about community
specially the 1 ineliness fa cd by
he aged.'- Leon l) Fishi r H rs
'xecutive director said.
"Often-times, we ignore the
iroblons of the elderly because
>i our own inabilitj to pei sonallj
idjust to aging. The young volun
id- in Project li( \ide do not
lave this adjustment problem."
The volunteers will assi-t the
-Iderly clients with reading, letter-
vriting, simple shopping and other
asks, spending a minimum of one
our per week with the client to
horn they are assigned. Jewish
Family and Children's Service,
vhich provides them with profes-
sional training and supervision, 1-
1 beneficiary agency of the United
Fund of Dade Count; and the
irecter Miami Jewish Federation.
For further information or serv-
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ire, do it now.' he emphasised,
instead of waiting."
lsralom, he explained, hopes to
lOlp Israel make up the 17 billion
he war cost b\ encouraging Amer-
cans to buy homes In Israel. This
kelps in a number ,.1 ways:
ll is a 100 per cent export
torn- the product remains in Is-
at I:
People who buy ;i second
1 tome" in Israel, come to visit
"oie often and bring with them
. 'ii estimated So'O million annually
I hat the) spend while th n
Buying that "second home"
lecomes an intermediate step to-
tvard what Israel hopes will be
iirtimate Aliyahalthough that is
mt always the case and not a
iec< sity
"IT NEED not be Aliyah.' Wag-
ter explained. "Home-buyers often
bequeath their homes to their
hildren."
Besides helping to make up the
87 billion deficit in more than
simple" tourism. Wagner said
hat lsralom strengthens the bond
between American and Israeli
lews.
"If there is one thing the war
has taught us." he said, "it is that
here was not enough feedback
from Israel to U.S. Jewry. The Six-
Day War stn ngthencd the tie- be-
tween Israel and this country.
Wagner was frank to declare
that Israelis are absolutely over-
whelmed by the wax- in which
American Jewry responded to Is-
rael's crisis."
"IF ONLY from an economic
point of view, I ralom can show
Israels gratitude in return." h<
said. "With the rate of exchange
ji ovei fmn Israeli pounds to the
American dollar, American Jews
in Israel can manage extremely
well on an average $300-to-$400
Social Security monthly retire-
ment."
And Israel is otfering for the
first time special incentives to
American Jew-, interested in buy-
ing home- through lsralom, which
is an Israel Government con-
glomerate hacked by the Histadrut.
People who change their
mind, can take their money back
and home, and I his includes poten-
tial capital gains:
They can rent their home
and take the rental profits out;
They can gel mortgages in
Israel at up to 50 per cent of the
value at 10 per cent interest.
"Don't buy in Maine or Spain or
even North Carolina,'' Wagner
said. "Buy in Israel."
Pictured at the poolside reception for the "Angels" of Tem-
ple Beth Shclom's Great Artists Scries hosted by Mr. and
Mrs. L. Jules Aikin at their home following Metropo'itan
Opera star Robert Peters' recital Nov. 7 are (from left) Mar-
vin Stonberg, Mrs. Arkin, Miss Peters and and Mrs. Judy
Drucker. chairman of the series.
The Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid is holding a "Pic and
Win" luncheon Tuesday noon in the Sklar Auditorium ot
the temple. Proceeds will be used for the maintenance of
the religious school. Among those working for its succes-,
are (from left to right) Mrs. Abe Zimmerman, Mrs. Kitty Kauf-
man, Mrs. Irving Frankel, Mrs. Max Raskin, sponsor, and
Mrs. Louis Suchman.
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Friday. November 23. 1973
*"Jen i f Mf-criidlirjirt
Pace 7-B
Schorr, Bikel, Segal Featured In
Beth David Education Forum Series
Miami's Pioneer Congregation.
Beth David, has long provided
educational^nd civic leadership
through the activities of members
and the excellence of the pro-
grams and various services it
sponsors for the community at
large.
This year Jules and Terry Bag-
dan, chairmen of Adult Education,
have announced three outstanding
progrgnu which they feel are cer-
tain to please and entertain every-
one.
Sunday evening. Dec. 2. Daniel
Schorr, a veteran CBS newsman
who has been seen and heard from
Moscow to Washington, and from
Havana to New Delhi, will open
the series at 8 p.m. in Beth David's
Spector Hall. 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Schori- will lie tol.owed on Jan.
27, by Theodore Bike), one of the
world's most beloved lolk-ingers.
and actor of stage, screen and tele-
vision.
Sunday, March 17. the series will
'(include with Erich Segal, author
Of the best-selling Love Stoiy who
s also a lilm writer, classical
cholar and athlete.
Tickets may be- obtained for all
three programs or for individual
performances. Special group rates
and student rates are available
upon request
For additional information call
.he temple office. The public is
onlially invited to attend these
outstanding programs.
Daniel Schorr
Reiffens to Receive ADL's
'Torch of Liberty' Award
Sadie and Moe Retffen, guests of
honor, will be recipients of ADL's
Torch of Liberty Award at a tes-
timonial breakfast tendered on be-
half of The Society of Fellows of
the Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai B'rith by the 100 Lincoln
Koad Division, in conjunction with
Lincoln Chapter Bnai H'/th Wom-
en and Miami Beach Lodge B'nai
B'rith. Sunday at 10 a.m. in the
100 Lincoln "Road Social Hall.
Ben Essen, chairman of Ihe Flor-
ida Chapter of The Society of Fel-
lows, will be guesl speaker.
Coehairmcn of this annual event
are Lillian Sands, Nat Friedman.
Sam I'ascoe, Henrietta Bolotin,
presid&t of Lincoln Chapter, and
Sidney Rockwell, president of Mi
ami Beaeh Lodge.
Members of the honorary com-
mittee include William Agranove,
Eva Baxt, Ida Cooper, Tillie Fried-
man, Joe Katz. Mr. and Mrs. Kcve
Kessler. Arthur Knkoff. Sam Meth.'
Harry Reiman. Rcgina Rockwell..
Mr. and Mrs. Isadora Saifer. Mr.
and Mrs. Nat Sachs, Louis Sicgel-
80n and Dora Soffer.
Thanksgiving Day Service
At Temple T'rfereth Israel
Temple Tifereth Israel was to
hold its annual Thanksgiving serv-
ice at 10 a.m. Thursday with Rev.
John Brabham of Grace United
Methodist Church, the guesl speak-
er, addressing the congregation on
the topic 'The Attitude of Grati-
tude."
Rabbi Maurice Klm'n was to wel
come Rev. Brabham to the pulpit:
appropriate musical accompaniment
was to be provided by the Grace
United Methodist Church choir un-
der the direction of Mrs. Helen
Amidon.
Theodore Bike/
Erich Segal
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ksgiving Holi-
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Friday, Nov.
the Washing
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Miami Beach
Guest speaker will be Samuel J
Gillot, branch manager and vice
president of the Washington Fed
eral. His topic will be "Wills &
Bequests Mrs. Allan Wagner is
president.
City Of Hope
Meeting Date
Due to the Than
day, Robyn Tubin
of Hope, will meet
30, at 12:30 p.m. in
ton Federal Savings
NE 167th St.. North
Roosevelt lodge Meeting
Roosevelt Lodge 177, Knights of
Pythias, meets at 3 p.m. the first,
third and fifth Monday of each
month at Pythian Hall, 4601 W.j
Flagler St., according to Bernard j
Reed, committee chairman and
Emanuel Gussow, secretary.
Israel Government Tours Office
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Hope wine, teacher at Carver Junior HI h School, left for
Israel this past Sunday as a volunteer in the Sherut La'am
Program, which is sponsored bj the American Zioni-t Youth
Foundation. She will be working on a kibbutz, studying Hebrew
in the Kibbutz Ulpan as well as attending seminars and excur-
sions Miss Wine took a six months leave of absence from a
promising teaching career and graduate courses, which she Will
resume when she returns. One of her students at Carver was
Rabbi Morris Kippers daughter, who has be.n writing to Hone,
and whom she will visit while in Israel Rabbi Kipper is the
director of Ihe Greater Miami High School in Israel. Visiting
wilh friends and relations, amongst whom are Esther and Monl-
chai Kirsh ol KibbuU Alonim, will also be on Mope's agenda.
Miss Wine has been writing monthh articles in The Miami
Herald under the heading "A Teachers Diary." Though she
waited over two years for her teaching position, she feels a keen
duty to her people in Israel in these trying fines, ami is 1 tok'ng
forward to a most "gratifying experience." Hope is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Loots J. Wine in Hialeah
*
Felice (Mrs. Gerald) Schwartz back from :i four-day vi-i' I.
Minneapolis to visit her identical twin sister Janice (Mrs. Ar-
nold) Rfbnlck, and attend the Bar Mitsvah of nephew Robert, tin-
last of three Bar Mitzvahs for the Ribnicks. The twins' brother.
Judge Stanley Pred and his recent bride. Paula, accompanied
Felice. Gerry returned from a visit to New York in lime to pick
Felice up at the airport. Jan graduated from the University of
Miami with N'u Kappa Tau honors before moving to the cold
'limes of Minnesota. If the Vikings and Dolphins make it to the
Super Bowl a distinct possibility the entire family plans a
get-together for the title game.

It was a double "Sweet lti" celebration for Sheryl Jacobs
and Davids Schwartz on a recent Saturday evening at th" Grisl
Mill. Mrs. Carol Jacobs and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Schwartz enter-
tained 35 teens with dinner and dancing to a iuke box.

News from Zaragoza, Spain, (o Mrs. Morris \\. Greenhorn of
19510 \E 19th Ave.. is that her son Jonathan t, Greenhorn h i-
been promoted to major in the US Air Force, Major Greenberg,
a logistics officer at Zaragoza AFB, serves with a unit oi the US
Air Forces in Europe. His wife Is the former Nancy N'adrl of
New Jersey.
More on native sons: Xirmnn Robert G. Blum, sen of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Jesse Blum, 1314 San Remo. Coral Gables, has Grad-
uated at Lowry AFB, Colo., from the US Air FWrce inventory
management specialist course conducted by the Air Training
Command. He is being assigned lo Norton AFB. Calif., for duty
with a unit of the Military Airlift Command. A 1371 graduate of
Coral Gables Senior High School, Airman Blum attended Miami
D.ide Junior College. His wife, Catheiine, is the daughter of
Mrs. James Forney, 10101 SW H5th Ter. Mrs. Blum's father, Alvin
Barefoot, lives in Petersburg. Va.
At the Sept. 14 session. Kurt Walrihciin, U.S. Secretary Gen-
eral, presented the coveted Peace Medal to Tony Simone young
Italian tenor, a protege of the Society for Young Performers,
after he had received a standing ovation for th? muiical program
presented before an enthusiastic audience of over 3.000 people.
Tony will be heading back to Miami to sing at many repeat en-
gagements on the Florida Gold Coast alter his present concert
Cruise through South America. He arrives in Miami Nov. 23 and
will be a guest of Ruth Brotman, president of the Society for
Young Performers. Tony starts Ihe Miami season by appearing
with Warren Brnnme, assistant director of the Miami Opera
Guild Dec. 2, at the Coral Gables Armory On D-c 11. he will
headline the Tony Simone Show for the Surfside Community
Center, among highlights will be "Madama Butterfly" duet sung
with Luz Morales, soprano. Both young artists have appeared in
European opera houses and concert plat'.'ims. On Dec. 18. Tony
will be heard at the Eden Roc Hotel with Aida Ya-low at the
piano when the "Women of Israel" present their annual gala
event.
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Friday. November- 23/1973
Rosemary's Ihvme

Roberl Swedroe
Opening Office
On Miami Beach
Bvron Janis, Itzhak Perlman
Iii Beth Sholom Recitals
By ROSEMARY FURMAN
yr THE cocktail party at Tem-
ple Eraanu-El given in honor
of Ahba Kbaii, Edythe Geiger, a
professional staff member of
Federation, showed me a lettei
her son had sent from the front
lines of Israel. On the back of
ilie letter was a poem he had
jotted down: it was so touch in?
that he wrote it during one o.'
the lulN of battle.
Edythe has two other child-en
who. although they were brought
uo on Miami Reach, now live in
Israel.
/!un. by the way, suggests
that another way Americans can
show their support for I rael is
In visit there now. In answer to
(hat plea, a mission ol Miami
men (why not women?) left
Nov. 17. Included in that group
an Arthur Horowitz and son Jeff,
Fli Timoner. bad back and all,
Howard Scliarlin. Mort Si'ber-
man. Mel Kartzner, Hap Lew.
whose wife, Davida, just went into
I hem There Eyes" eye make-
up business on i incoln Rd.
somi i to pay for all
trips i, cliff Such-man, and
Robert ltn>scll They will be tak-
en t'> the Golan Heights, Suez
into Egypt. Quile a time to
travel!
Another traveling group are
Bernstein*, Fritsle and l>r.
Bill. Past owners of the Georgian
Hotel, they've just returned fr.>m
;. Canada to Searsdale to Johns-
town to Pitt-burgh trip visiting
relatives, and now this younger-
than springtime pair can be seen
on their bikes traveling around
.Miami Beach. Bill BernsUin's a
heart specialist and knows about
such things.
, Robert M Swedroe, AIA, has ,,,.,,_, ByTOn Janl8 wlj] appear A special Chanukah recital ty
' announced the opening of his own a n.,.jtai aI Temple Beth Sholom the greal Israeli violin virtuoso
at 1674 Meridian Ave. Mi- Sull(|ilv nee '.< at 8 p.m.. undei Itzhak Perlman will take place at
.u-.i. Beach. fhe censorship of the Temple's Beth Sholom Saturday evening.
Swedroe has been a registered (;rt,.lt Artists Series. j Dec. 22, according to an announce-
I Florida architect since 19(>2. and, ',,',,',',' the most respected ment by James S. Knopke. temple
has been associated for the pa-' wlllloss f olir" generation, Byron president. This concert is under
15 years with the firm of Morris )a||IS niurm t0 the stage with his the sponsorship of the temple's
be- il.apui.i-. Associates ai associate in LeDul rt.ejta| jn the Miami area. Culture and Arts Progiam.
gn for the company's j,:n(.k Friedman, violinist, will, Known throughout the world for
Florida offices. be the next artist to appear at his a.tistry, Itzhak Perlman will
Since 1968. Swedroe has been Beth Sholom on Jan. 13, 1974, fol- j perform in more than 50 American
primarily involved with the total. lowing by a duo performance by cities this season, make three tours
design .> elopment of Aventura, j Metropolitan stars Richard Tucker j of Europe and concertize in Aus-
a giant 785 acie condominium and Robert Merrill accompanied tralia lor a month.
community located in North Dade. by the FloridaTjtophony Orches Ticket chairman is Millie Ser.
In his new organization, he will j tra Feb. 21 in the Miami Beach. Judy Drucker serves as ehair-
be concerned with all phases of Auditorium. Child-prodigy violinist man of the Great Artists Series
architectural panning with the i.jijt Gampel will close the series | Committee and as director of Beth
Iemphasis on residential design. with recital at the temple March i Sholom's Culture and Aits Prc-
| The Miami Beach architect holds ^ ______[gram. ~
a bachelor of architecture degree
Robinson, and Ed and Pat Straw-
Iween Alan Robinson and Ed
Sirawgatc. Alan's sporting a wov-
en headpiece, and Ed's been shav-
ing his pate tor years.
Chickee Chatter: Mary Norma
Weinkle, Vivian Reedy and Karol
Short hosted a Tennis Calcutta
in South Dade that was one of
those sma-hing successes. Friday
night everyone Went to Julian
and Mary Nornu's ...
A syndicate that "owned" Mar-
i.yn Robinson and Ed Rubinoff,
the favorites, bought in for about
a thousand dollars. The next
morning, everyone went to Viv-
ian and Roy Ri sdy's for the |
matches. Each team played one
set. and the final teams played
a "pro" set, first team to win
eight games...
Kai in Short, who is a pro, bal- '
anced the teams so that each
match was a close one. The win-
ners were Doris Lindsey and Rod-
ney Mandelsam, a pro. lately of
the Dora] Counliy Club. After
thi tennis, there was lunch. Seen
- the crowded com i were
Olga and Dave Melin, Richard
and Joan Ellas, Donna and Gor-
don Fairs. Eliot and Elaine Dan-
iel.-. Terry a,id Nick Buoniconti.
Renee and Arnold Rraun. and
Paula and Sonny Ban.
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Cheers to
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University.
Pioneer Women
Plan Activities
Club 1 of Pioneer Women will
, hold it? r.nnual luncheon Sunday
noon at 'he Barcelona Hotel. Mrs.
J. Krantl i' chairman of the
luncheon and guesl speaker will
be Mir..... A musical pro-
gram is planned by Esther Wein-
stein,
Golda Meir Chapter will hold a
rcgulai ei Wednesday at
12:30 p.m. :n the Washington Fed-
eral, 1234 Washington Ave. A
book review will be presented by
Saiah Helfand. Refreshments will
Recipients Of The Masada Award
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be served. Katherine Lippman.
the Men's Club of president, will conduct the meet
the Miami Philharmonic. It re- tag.
cently accepted a female mem- Sharon Chapter will hold a reg-
her. Cheryl Kahn. a graphic de- ular meeting Monday noon at 100
signer. Knowing where the action I Lincoln Rd. An Israeli movie will
is. she chose the Men's Club I be shown and refreshments served,
rather than the women's. Some i Lillian Davis is president,
of the men are now lobbying for
a "vital statistics" line on the
application form. They just will
not take us seriously!
Congregants of Temple Ner
ramid will gather Sunday evening
ai an I-;..; Dinner tti State I i
pay tributi I Mr and Mi Da\ id
Krause, ho will n >>;*. Stati
of lsra< i Mas...... Vwai
Tlu i ince,
which al the Fontaine-
hleau H.uei. will feature Prof.
li '/. Sob. 1 as guest speaker.
Prof. Sobel is the Dean of the
Faculty of Social Science at the
University of Haifa in
where he is also Associate Profes
sor of Sociology
Dr. Eugene Labovitz. sp.
leader of Temple Ner Tamid. will
present '.he Masada Award to the
Krauses in recognition of theii
sutstanding leadership >n behalf
if the State of Israel and the Jew-
ish community.
Murray A. Shaw, is serving as
chairman of the annual Temple
\ii Tamid 1 -ratI Dinner if State.
Maxwell Harris is president of the
Miami Beach CO Igrega tl
Stamp Book Luncheon
Beth David Sisterhood will hold
its -lamp book luncheon Wednes-
day at Both David South, 7500 SW
'.20 h St. Mrs. Ann Ackerman will
review "The Life o! Golda Meir"
by Sirkcn. Baby sitting service
v.'ill be available.
Helen Fagan, a lecturer in the
English Department of the Uni-
versity of Miami, knows about
such things as Auschwitz, first-
hand, and teaches a course there
in holocaust literature. Norma
Orovitz (Michael's wife) is tak-
ing it and remarks on the simi-
larity of the situation between
pre-war Germany and post-Viet-
nam-America. Scary.
& a a
Edythe Oeiger doesn't have the
corner on poet children. Kim
Davis, Nancy and Jack's daugh-
ter, has been writing poetry for
s, and she is just thirteen. I
know because she had a Bat
Mitzvah and read one of her
poems into the service. Lots of
Club Program
Features Talk
By Detectives
Auxiliary Plans
Douglas Gardens
Birthday Party
Greater Miami Women's Auxili
arv, Jewish Home and Hospital for
the Aged will hold its monthly
birthday party at Douglas Gardens.
The Adlai Stevenson Democratic' 151 NE 52nd St.. Sunday at 2 p.m.
Women's Club of Miami Beach will
hold a general meeting at Washing-
ton Federal. 1133 Normandy Dr.,
Wednesday at 8 p.m.
A report will be given on the
The honorees and hostesses at
this party will be Mrs. Lawrence
Silverman. auxiliary' president:
Mrs. Sol Silverman, honorary life
president, and Mrs. Louis Makov
state convention, and guest speak-, sky- program chairman.
era Detective Louis Vasquez and Maestro Martin Reid and his or
Detective Sergeant Mike Gonzalez | chestra will present a musical pro
will talk on "Police Investigative gram featuring comedian and solo
Procedures in Rape Cases." jsts.
Mrs Jody Kimmel is club presi-
dent. The public is invited: refresh
'______________ ________ ments will be served.
tennis people at that one, inc'uri- _. e I
Neil and Barbara Schiff tommurllty iltiqers bOCIdl
readying a tennis court of their
own), Woody and Judy Weisef
(nursing a tennis elbow of his
owni. Fran and Hi :iry Giick. Sue
and Richard Ilelfman (nursing a
tomato juice of their own cause
of dieting), Marilyn and Alan
Tuesday noon, the auxiliary i
i holding its monthly luncheon
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Barbara Alltnan,
Dr. M. I. Abel
Engaged to Wed
Mrs, Li st< r Lltman of
A'illiamsvilie, N.Y., announce the
rfierit of their daughter,
Qaiba.a. to 1).-. Marshall 1. Abel,
"ii of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Abel
if Miami.
Mis; Al man i- the granddaugh-
ex of Mr. and Mrs. Many Altman
) Bay Harbor.
The bride elect graduated from
Bryn Mayr Col.tee and i< present-
ly employed at Baptist Hospital in
South Miami.
Dr. Abel graduated I'om the
t'nive'.sity oi Miami School of
Medicine. After completing his
residency in neurology at Colum-
)ia Presbyterian Neurological In-
titute, he served (wo years in the
United states Navy.
The wedding will take place in
Miami in April.
Leaders cf the Hetrew Academy Women' pose wi*h the
first four-generation life member ol the oraan:.zat:?n rrt a
planning session for the annual membership luncheon
seated Dec. 5 at the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy.
From left are Mrs. Gabriel Deu'sch, journal c-chcir~cm:
Mrs. Lewis Cohen; Mrs. Dorcthy Shirvinl and Mrs. Rubin
Hyman. Mrs. Shirvint became a Lie member of Hebrew
Academy Wcm?n alonq with her mother, Anna Gutior?;
ner daughter, Goidie F. Keeceimar.; and her granddcuc/h-
ler Elaine M. Needelman.
Hebrew Academy Women To Hold
Membership Luncheon Dec. 5
-till mem!):.-.
..- Hebrew A< tc.\ V,' n-
.. [] be h-i! Dfc. S at I
Miam Academy, 2421 \
Mr Irving Find hon
id;nt, is chairman of the si -
ii for mcmbeis, sponsors and
c numbers.
Savvy Woman." an Arthur God
I ey Road shop, will pre;ent a
fashion show featu ing the latest
P74 styles. O^ner Corrine M03-
kovita is an active member of the
Hebrew A'cadimv Women.
All mftdels will be members of
Lie Hebrew Academy Women. Mrs
/ m ; to-
....... thi Mer*il
in th n: :a-
s Pin Trei Dr.
Medic Alert Program
The North Dade Chapter of
.-.;.. B'rith Women will be avail-
able the last Wednesday of each
month at the Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Ass"n. Bldg. on
\E 167th St. in N. Miami Beach
to answer questions and take ap-
Firtel said. Among those already ': plications for membership in the
tigned as models are Mrs. Moreno I vedk' Alert Program,
riabif, Mrs. Barry Eisenberg. Mrs.
Louis Sussman. Mrs. Peter Gold
nng. Mr?. Jt-rvjerry Schechter, Mrs
ldmund*~Trbsenberg and Mrs
Ceorge Ed.cl-.on.
Reservations for the Dec. 5
! nchcon. to be held in the He-
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Sisterhood Luncheon
The Sisterhood oi the Is:atlitc
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jf the yea-. Tuesday at 11:20 a.m.
in the social ha'.l. Chairmen are
Mrs. Paul Bonder and Mrs. Sol
Greenberg. Game? wiil be held
.:fhr the luncheon.
Coco Hudes And
Garry Schivarlz
Wed Nov. 17
Miss Coco Hudes. 2130 Biarritz
Dr., daughter of Mrs. Doris Hudes.
ind Ga.rj Schwartz, son oi Mr.
md Mrs. Sol Schwartz, were m.ir-
n the Hi I. I Chapel Saturday
. ning Nov. it.
i couple, who had planned a
V.g Di :i mber w< dding, have been
icccpted I Sherul L'aam volun-
. .....zation, 515 Park Ave.,
. Y i spi nd al least a year in
.. irkii on a kibbutz. They
till ., ave for Israel the end of
Movi mber
Mr. Schwj served as a Green
Be.e! medic in Viet Nam. The new
M'irie is a medical secretary, and
. isiti d Israel in 1071 as part of an
American Zionist student tour.
Mr. and Mrs. Schwartz will be
jmong the volunteers that are be-
ing sent to Israel by the American
Zionist Youth Foundation.
Spinoza Forum Meets
Spinoza Forum will hear a talk
by Dr. Abraham Dubbin Thursday.
NOV. 29, at 1234 Washington Ave.
| Dr. Abraham Wolfson is founder
and director of the forum, and
\inold Kleiner serves as chair-
. man.
Sisterhood Luncheon
The Sisterhood of Beth Torah
Congregation is having its annual
book review luncheon Wednesday-
it 11:30 a.m. in the social hall.
Mrs. J. Arthur Pckelner will re-
view the book "The Shattered Si-
lence.''
I
Senior Citizens of North County Branch of the YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami presented a check in the amount of $1,000
this past week to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation for
the Israel Emergency Fund. Shown at the presentation cere-
mony are Jack Calchman, Rose Meyer, president of the
Senior Citizen Friendship Club, Susan Benson, of the Wom-
en's Division, Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and San
Madison.
Beth Torah To Consecrate U
Forty .-iglit beginning Hebrew
School students wiil participate
in the annual consecration cere-
mony held dui'ng late Friday eve-
ning services. Nov. 30. at Beth
Torah Congregation, according to
Eugene Lipman, educational vice
president.
Dr. Max A. Lipsehitz, spiritual
leader, will ofl ci ite; certifici'
and miniature Torot '.'.ill Ik dig
tributed. The program will be
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Instructors of the first g ade
Heb i m < la -sea are Mrs. S Ber-
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The Consecrants include David
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David Christy, Seth Field. John
Fried. Barry Friedman. Monica
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Friday. November 23, 1973_
Temple Menurah
Youth Programs
To Be Fxpaiided
At a recent synagogue program,
liabbi Mayer Abramowltx, spirit-
ual leader of Temple Mcnorah,
urged "the immediate expansion
of the synagogue's youth programs
la embrace any uninvolved and
uncommitted member of Meno- '
lah's youth."
The outreach proeram planned
includes a coffee house lounge |
and a club program. Kabbi Dan
Landsman, education director, has
announced that the opening night
v'ill be Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
The youth lounge will be. open
to teenagers Tuesday and Thurs- '
(lay evenings. The lounge is equip-
ped with a pool table, ping-pong. :
special lighting effects. soft !
touches, a television set. and free]
refreshments. In an opposite cor-
ner of the room. Temple Mcnorah '
has the onlj juke box south of the ,
Mason Dixon with 30 Israeli hits
and Rock favorites.
The lounge will also be used by
Kadimab, usv, Judaica High
School and aollege students.
flubs will meet every Tues-
day evening beginning Nov. 27.
The following clubs are being
organized: boating. ceramics.
dramatics, photogiaphy, stamp and
coirs.
Anyone wishing further infor-
mation may contact Mcnorah Re-
ligious School office.
Financial Federal
Opens Convenience
Drive-In Service
Financial Federal Savings and'
Ijoan Association's new "push-but-1
ton drive-in service" has opened at I
the corner of Washington Avenue'
ami 17th Street, .Miami Beach.
Financial Federal president Mil-
ton Weiss said the new facility, lo-
cated adjacent to the Financial
Federal parking lot and across the !
street from Temple Emanu-El, will I
provide added convenience to per-
sons wishing to transact business |
from their automobiles.
The facility contains two drive-in
and two walk-up windows with pro-
i-ioa for the addition of more'
stations as they are required.
The Diebold "captive carrier"
equipment being used is the first
Of its kind in Dadc County. It i
eliminates 10 steps in processing'
required with previous types of J
drive-in equipment and can per-
form mot customer functions in I
49 seconds, cutting the usual time
in half.
Among the new convenience fea-
tures are the elimination of a con-!
tainer, usual!) required in drive-
in banking, and the direct visual
and audio contact between cus-1
tomer and teller. The new facility
is fully computerized through the
association-wide system and can
be used by holders of accounts in
any of Financial Federal's eight
offices.
Financial Federal, one of the
largest federal savings and loan
associations in the southeast, has
assets in excess of $560 million.
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night, the field in Flagler Dog
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eight greyhounds for the finale
Saturday night, Dec. 8.
The dogs will compete in races
on a points system Saturday, Wed-
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day night (Dec. li with the top
eight point getters making up the
final field.
The greyhounds are aiming for
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Friday, November 23, 1973
V'J&wislh IfhrudfUriiin
Page 11-3
Bar Mitzvah
Ices m hon
Among gue-t-
Tangt r and Mi
ELLOftY HURTES
Ellorj Hurts?, 'laughter of Mr,
.Hid Mrs. Dai : Kaplan, will ob-
her Ba Mitzvah during Fri-
day, Nov. 23 -ervices at Beth
h Congregation where her
randfather, Rabbi Max Shapiro,
spiritual '- aders.
The celebrant is in the eighth
grade at Soutr. Miami Junior High
School and can always be called
canvass her neighborhood
tin a worthy cause. She is inter-
ested in drawing and rides horse-
kick.
Ellory wi! be iionored by her
patents at a reception in the tem-
ple auditorium following the serv-
ile
j_ ___ j_
ROBIN DIAMOND
i i, da ter of Mr. and Mis.
i D I will observe her
i;i kfitzvi ag Friday eve-
ning lervk 23 at Beth To-
rah Congregai
The celebrant i> in the eighth
grade at Jot.:'. F. Kennedy Junioi
High School ire she is a mem-
ber Society and the Social Studies
Club. She i- in the PC'A class at
Beth Torah Harold VVolk Religious
SchooL
Robin's par r.ts will sponsor the
Oneg Shabbat following the serv-
their daughter,
i be Mrs. Eva
- EUa Chernoff.

HOWARD SAUL
The Ba.- Mitzvah of Howard
David, son Mi and Mrs. Beit
78 144th St.. will be
celebrated ay, Nov, 24. at
' < gation.
Howard < .. eighth grade
P i m It Jui ir High School
he I -mural spoils.
It. a memb >'. Boj Scouts
i nagogue Youth,
ile i- ,n ti e HJ .. grade Vov-6
ul ;; th Di 11 Si hool,
Mi. r.nd Mi- Saul will honor
1 at 1 Kiddiisii-luncheon
i the ceremony at Beth
L>a ., ,.i., .-. ... j i ei eption
n gu si wiL
brant's and).) irents,
Mi Weinman,
BRIAN RE1FF
S il la; ... .- i' ices at
Beth orah i nngregation No* 2-4
\ ill include the Bi r Mitzvah of
- in of Mr, and Mrs. Donald
Reiff.
Bi iai it in t ghth grade at .
ew A idemy.
Til eli b ill be honored |
b; h parent I the Kiddush fol-
lowii : the se vice.
it
MONICA SPONDEII
Monlaa, <: ol Mi Elaine
Sponder and Myron Sponder, will
observi her Bat Mitzvah at Both
Torah Congreg tion Friday eve
ning, Nov. 23.
The celebrant attends the Uni-,
versitj School in Ft. Lauderdale,
and is a mi if the pre-con-
firmatlon i lass of Beth Torah's
Harold Wolk Religious School.
Moniea will be honored at the
Oney Shabbat following the cere-
mony. Among guests will be her
grandparent-. Mrs Gladys Wolf-
son. Mr, and Mrs. Terry Sponder.
and hi v.(mother. Mrs.
Jenny Sponder.
CHARLES BAUM
Saturday mo ning, Nov. 24, In
the m. i sajictuar; ol Temple Ner
Tamid harl R 'it. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Baum, will be Bar
Mitzvah.
Cha. ; s is a student a! the He-
brew adem< i id atti nds Ner
Tarn] Religious School.
A V lii follow the serv
li es and a >n in the cele
brant's donor will be held at the
I" in pie.
Out < -'own Mr ar I Mr. Mi Baum, F1 Lee.
N.J.; a Sidney Baum.
Palisa P '. S.3.; Mr. and Mrs.
T, Sti r Sha lass.: and Mr.
and M S Cherry Hill,
N.J.
it
MAURICE EGOZ1
Maurice, the n of Dr. and Mrs.
David Egozl become a
. If
Keith Grumer Maurice Egozi
Lodge Sponsors Celebration
Of Dr. Wolfson's Birthday
be th
3 :.M$
Howard Saul Monica Sponder
Mitzvah Saturdi morning, tio\
'A. at Temple Menorah.
Maurice is an eighth grade stu-
dent at the Hebreu Academy.
A Kiddush following serv ice.
will be held al Temple Menorah.
The celebrant will also be hon-
iied with a reception and lunch
on al the Eden Roc Hotel.
KEITH GRUMER
Keith Thomas, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Howa d Giumer, will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday. Nov. 24. at
temple Emanu-El.
Keith is a student of the after-
loon religious school of Temixlc
Emanu-El and an eighth grade sbu
lent at Ida Fisher Junior High
School where he is captain of the
lie-.- team.
The celebrant will be honored
with a reception at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel. His grandparents, Mr
md Mrs. Frederick U. Dalton and
Mor i- Grumer will attend.
I.ORI COM
Lori, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Golin. will read a portion
of the Haftorah on the occasion of
her Bat Mitzvah, Sunday. Nov. 25
it B'nai Israel and Greater Mianr
Youth Synagogue. A reception and
dinner at Temple Kmanu-El will
follow.
Lori, an eighth grade student at
made- Junior High School, is ac-
tive in her Synagogue's NCSY
group.
Mr. Golin. president of Golin and
Associates, Inc., is also president
f B'nai Israel and Greater Miami
Vouth Synagogue. His daughtei
.vill have the honor of being the
first Bat Mitzvah at B'nai Israel
OK. ABRAHAM WOlfSON
Workshop Sol
For Leaders Of
JWV Posts
The Department of Florida.
lewish War Veterans, will hold a
nembership workshop for officers
if all post- Wednesday at 8 p.m.
it the First Federal. 183rd St. and
Biscayne Blvd.
Howard Melinson. junior vice
.ommander. will conduct the work-
I -hop. which will be devoted to
ecruiting. retention of members
nd collection of dues. Alvin R.
lose, state recruiting officer, will
assist.
Also expected to attend the
voikshnp are M, Jay Berliner,
'ommander of the Department ol
Florida and Harold C. Uhr. senioi
vice commander.
Berliner will make Official
isitations to JWV Posts in Cape
Canaveral and Miramar on Nov.
25 and 27. The post commander
at Cape Canaveral is Municipal
Jourt Judge Irving Propper, a
former Miami attorney.
Dr. Abraham Wolf.on will ob-
serve1 his 92nd birthday al 12:30
;.m. Friday in the 100 Lincoln
itoad Club Loom.
\- il does annually, Miami
u ach B'nai B'rith Lodge No. 1591
will sponsor this celebration, which
,s expected to draw admirers and
tiends of Dr. Wolfson f.om the
entire Southern Florida area. The
public is invited to attend.
Dr. living Lenrman. spiritual
leader ol Temple Emanu El, has
ca led Dr. Wolfson "The Sage ol
Miami Beach." Dr. Wolfson, who
has won recognition as an author-
ity on hi- favorite philosopher,
Baruch Spinoza, founded the Spi
io/a Foium for Adult Education
in 1935 and it has continued
hrough the year- as one of the
leading cultural centers of the
South. Here, before hundreds ol
interested persons. Dr. Wolfson
lectures on philosophy and the art
if living in the auditorium of the
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association.
Dr. Wolfson is the author of
Spinoza. A Lile of Reason." a
oroven classic. "The Wisdom of
Spinoza." -How to Live 100 Years
Happily." and "The Itoad to
Health and Happier Living." He
.. .1 (i wi itten litany articles' for
ragazines and newspapers
Dr. Wolfson was born in a small
town In Lithuania in 1801 and
ludied for six yi ars in the Ye-
iiiv.i under ihi greal Talmudic
-eholar. Kcb Chaim Soloveichic.
He came to the United states in
1802, graduated from New York
University in if)07, with th< de-
degree of DDS practiced dentistry
for 3d years, then mined his prac-
tice over to his son, Di. Oliver W.
Wolfson. Soon after he came to
Miami Beach, he founded his
Famous Spinoza Forum.
Dr. Wo,I- n, al 92, is the cheer-
ful philoso] he: of this period. He
Is very act ve and an example of
achieveme it, He hasn'l missi d a
luncheon mi etinj of the Miami
Beach Lodj i for 15 years.
The Spinoza Forum is coop-
erating with the Miami Beach
B'nai B'rith Lodre in the celebra
tion of Dr. Wolfson's 92nd birth-
lay. The p:ogram committee con-
sists of Gi ion Miller., lunche >n
lull chairman, Irving Schatzman,
cochairman, Sidney Rockwell, Mi-
ami Beach Lodge president. Law-
rence H. Shuman and Moe Reiffen,
oast lodge prcoidents, and Samuel
Pascoe, program chairman.
Boutique Brunch By Ilillel PTA
Teen-agers Go Yachting
Some 25 teenage diabetics hau
a special treat this past weekend
when Mrs. Robert Kronowitt ol
Lauderhill, president of the Mi-
ami chapter of the Juvenile
Diabetic Foundation, and her hus-
band. Bob. who serves as chair-
man of the board of the National
JDF. joined with Mr. and Mrs.
Mort Adler. directors of the Mi-
ami chapter, to spend the day
aboard the Adler's 65-foot yacht
Charisma. The group left the docks
at Kings Bav at noon Sunday.
watched the Dolphin game at sea
and had their "special diet" sup-
per before returning Sunday eve-
ning.
The PTA of the Hillel Commu
oily Daj School is sponsoring a
boutique brunch featuring a I
lingerie fashion -how at the home
it Mrs. Michael Scheck, on Thurs-
day, N"\ 29, at 10:30 a.m.
Mothers of Hillel students will
modil the lingerie, and jewelry.
accessories, ladies handbags, and
Chanukah gifts will be displayed
for sale.
Proceeds of the brunch will be
used for additional audio visual
'Rembrandt's Hat
koung Israel Sisternood will
meet Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. in
..he social hall. A book on Soviet
Jewry. "Rembrandt's Hat" by
Bernard Malamud will be reviewed
by Abe Gittelson, assistant direc-
tor of the Central Agency of Jew
ish Education. Mrs. Barry D
Schreiber is Sisterhood president.
equipment and expansion of the
latest material in reading and
language programs fur the school.
Reservations mav be made by
calling the hillel school.
Members ol Mrs. Scheck- com-
mittee are Barbara Feldman. Judy
Silver man, Shelly Lipson, 1 rry
Drucker, and Marilyn Shupack
The Hillel Community
School, located at 21288 Biscayne
Blvd.. North Miami Beach, is a
non-profit school for child; en
from Dade and Broward Com
WE CATER
to the
BAR MITZVAH
YOUNG MAN
Morris N. Broad, board chair-
man and president of the First
National Bank of Bay Harbor
Islands, has announced its af
| filiation with Barnett Banks ol
Florida, Inc., through an ex-
' change of stock. The bank,
presently located at 9500 Bay
' Harbor Ter., will occupy a new
building on Kane Concourse
adjacent to its present site when
construction is completed next
February.
Sherie Korelitz And
Ron Janzer Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Robeit Dempscy
of North Miami announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Sherie
Irene Korelitz to Ronald G. Jan-
zer. son of Mr. and Mrs. K. Janzer
of South Miami.
A late winter wedding is plan-
ned.
A Sea Lion Named Salty
Salty." a made in Florida fami-
ly-oriented adventure film about
a sea lion is now playing at the
Wometco Twin 2-Dadeland and
Normandy Theatres. Also new to
the area is "WeSt World" starring
Yul Brenner at the Sunset. Among
holdovers is "The Way We Were"
at the Carib and Parkway, and
American Graffiti" at the Miracle.
Dinner for Hall a Sell-Out
The B'nai B'rith's Gold Medal-
lion Dinner and Ball honoring Mr
ami Beach May chuck Hall Dec.
2 looks like "a sell-out" according
to ball general chairman Tibor
Hollo. There are still tables left
but they're going fast so if you
want to be in on the gala festivities
all for reservations.
Bar
New York Social Club
New York Slate Social Club
Will meet on Monday at 7:30 pjn.
.,, (i,. Washington Federal, 1234
Washington Ave. Dan Nadel. enter-
tainment chairman, will introduce
the mother-daughter team. Elga
Zigler and Greta Fleissig with
Helen Skolnik at the piano.
HEBREW ACADEMY
THRIFT SHOP
NEEDS YOl R COOl). I SED III 7 / SABLE
FVRMTVRE, APPLIANCES, CLOTHING.
DISHES, POTS. /TVS. BRIC-tiBRAC. ETC.
For Immediate Pick Up, Telephone
672-1002 OR 532-6421
All Proceeds to Hebrew Academy
Scholarship Fund Donations Tax Deductible
Receipts Provided
Notionolly Known
Manufacturers...
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POLYESTER BLENDS.
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Friday. November-23.-W73^-

; As... '
Max toer
Sees It

LOS ANGELES i have had the same question put to me ;it
every point in my current travels: If Gerald Ford is confirmed
as Vice President, will he surprise the people who see him as a
nonpresidentidl figure, and wi.*l he do a Truman?
The pi int, of course, is that when Harry Truman succeeded
Franklin l). Roosevelt, he seemed a decent, salty but very ordi-
nary "little man." But when he became President, he filled out
the presidential office so .imply that the consensus of scholarly
;ls w*ll non opinion counts him one of the most effec-
tive Presidents in our history Might that happen to Gerry Ford,
too?
IT MIGHT. Bui I should udd thai Harry Trumans don't hap-
pen ofton i i liUory. In fact, si aiming the whole li.-i ol Presidents
tor the squarish "common man" type, withoul social or birth or
intcjlectual pretensions, both Andrew Johnson and Calvin Cool-
idgi ivho come to mind Immediately did little to distinguish
themselvi in the presidential office to which they succeeded.
Of thi otl rabin Presidents, \be Lincoln is oi course,
B il om i in s -an olj saj thai he was un-
'' '> he b Pi ident.
He ha mp on th rial on, In the D
-1 I and iii ; loop I 1101 pi.....h, thai he was the aim isl
inevitable Ri p iblii. n i hoicc in I860
Truman was no [.in >In bul thej shared t cl iracterislics.
If they were comm 11..... i, the: were vi ry
common men and rdinai ordinary men
THE SECOND was that they both stretched their potentials
all the waj in their presidencies.
Whal William James said aboul most of us thai we use
only a small percentage of ourselves in living -applies less in
the Presidency, bul il applies eve n there.
By the time he became Roosevelt's running mate in 1944,
Truman had already .shown some of his extraordinary quality as
chairman of the Senate Committee on War Contracts.
I.ike Lincoln, he stretched himself much farther toward his
capacity when he sat in that vast, frightening, cavernous Presi-
dent's chair, which has th, magical quality of bringing out the
stature or pettiness the corruption or integrity, of its possessor.
1 LIKE whal wc have seen of Gerald Ford, and value hi?
decency, simplicity and genial warmth. ::. I -ven it President
Nixon were successfully impeached, or las seems considei
less likely) if he resigned, it doesn'l follow thai Ford's qualities
are presidential, nor that whal happened to Truman would hap-
pen to him.
By his whole record, and by his responses at the confirma-
tion hearings, Ford is basically a going-along man. Truman
wasn't, lie was stubborn, opinionated, ornery.
We speak of Heartland America as covering both men, but
there have been some very different clusters of traits in Heart-
land America one that is part of the folk strength and its
stamp of authenticity; the other, part of the common denomi-
nator of the middling.
THE TESTIMONY of Ford's former acquaintance. Robert
Winter-Bergtr. is somewhat disquieting here. Not because
there seems much of the sinister it) his story that Ford accepted
loans from him, but because Ford went along grudgingly, un-
willingly, one gathers with his suggestion about paying a visit
to Dr. Arnold Hutschneeker about his depressive mood.
Men in political office arc often lonely people, despite the
hurly-burly around them, and depressed people despite their ego
bolstering. They become pushovers for the aggressive man who
can push his way into their privacy, as Winter-Berger evidently
did. Ford now seems to think it was all a publicity job by both
the lobbyist and the doctor. But he seems to have been pretty
easy pickings.
After Wilsons intellectualism, we got Harding's "normalcy"
After Roosevelt's charisma, we go. Truman's "little man" touch
After Nixons stormy personality, are we likely to get the un-
stormy personality of Gerry Fcrd?
IF HISTORY repeats Itself, even approximately, we are
".at seems to be the moral of the recenl city and state dec-
turns, too.
But I find myself uneasy at the post-Watergate idea that
salvation lies with a "little man" in the Presidency, especially
amidst the global lurmoil of an imperial democracy. Salvation
doesn't lie with the little man unless he is a very uncommon
common man, an extraordinary ordinary man. Is Ford'
Happenings
Maurice Gusman, president of
tin Greater .Miami Philharmonic
Society, has announced the ap-
pointment of Sam Hirseh as as-
sistant to the prosrdent lor the
.Miami Philharmonic.
ft ft
The Florida National Guard of
Forl Lauderdale is making a
push for men and women to
| join them. Capt. Peter Cooki.
Commander of the 631st Main-
1 tenance Company of Fort Lau-
derdale, invites you to join his
unit.
ft
Local orthodontists are parti-
cipating in a teeth-straightening
program for indigent children
and adults. Li Cturcs are gh n
the second .Monday of each
. month at the Lindsey Hopkins
Education Center, and office
treatments are arranged. Clas-
si Heat ion of indigence is handled
through Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital.
Dr. William Thick, researchist
in t ansplantation ol insulin
producing eels ;,t joslin Clinic,
Boston, will speak on the dia-
betes reseaich being done at
Justin at th(' 8 p.m ;;i neral
meeting of the Juvenile Diabeti s
Foundation, Tuesday in the 8th
flooi auditorium ol the Mailman
I enter for Child Development,
1601 X\V 12th Ave Janet Chus
'"'"- Herald Stall Writer, will
receive an award from the foun-
dation for her outstanding article
on Gary Kleiman, which brought
nationwide attention to the piob-
iems of juvenile diabetes.
BBW Bienvenida Honors President
Miami Beach Council, B'nai
B'rith Women, will meet on Mon !
day. Dec. 3. at 12:30 p.m. at the j
Chase Federal, 425 Arthur God- '
frey Rd.
Mrs. Milton Sands is president'
and Mrs. Flora H. Sinick is pub-
licity chairman.
Bienvenida Chapter has sched-
uled a dinner dance for Saturday.
Dec. 1 at Temple Beth Sholom
j starting at a p.m. Mrs. Jose Ven-
I tura. chapter president, will be
honored during the evening as
"The Woman of the Year.'* Mrs.
' Blanche Breitbart is in charge of I
reservations.
The monthly party of The
Young Democratic Club of Dadc
County will be held in the Green
Dolphin Boom of the Miamarina.
301 NE Miamarina Pkwy., Fi i
day at 8 p.m. A rock band and
cash bar will be featured. The
public is Invited to attend. For
further information call Ron
Liebernun, club president.
ft
The Congress of Senior Cit-
izens will hold a dinner and
dance marking the 75th birthday
of its president Max Friedson,
Satin day, Dec. 8, at the Ever-
glades Hotel to raise funds for
a home for the elderly. A 6 p.m.
reception will be followed by
dinner starting at 7 p.m.
., "k *
Burdtne's badeland will be
scene of a cocktail preview
launching F.LU.'s American and
European Poster Show to bene-
fit the Scholarship Fund for the
Department of Fine Arts Sun-
day from 7 to 9 p.m. The Patron
Committee is headed by Dr. and
Mrs. Charles Perry, and Fine
Arts Department chairman Dr.
Frank and Mrs. Marilyn Pearce.
Mrs. Joseph Nicastri, a member
of the Patron Committee, acted
as Faculty Representative for
the planning of Me party and
the show.
ft
David Stuzin, chairman of the
board of Citizens Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association, dis-
cussed "mortgage banking" be-
fore the monthly dinner meeting
of the American Society of
Women Accountants this week
Bt the Dupont Plaza Hotel
ft ft ft
Hal Cohen, executive director
of the Miami Beach Tourist De-
velopment Authority, has an-
nounced the appointment <{ Jack
Fields as coordinator of special
events for the TDA. Fields was
associated with the American
Broadcasting Company and CRS
Television Network in New York
before coming to South Florida,
ft ft
Byron L. Sparber was to pre-
sent "Current Developments in
Pension and Profit Sharing
Plans" at Thursday's meeting of
the Estate Planning Council of
Greater Miami being held at 7
p.m. in the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
In top photo, Allied Golden (left) National Hillel Commit
sicr.pr, Judgs Milion Friedman and Jack H. Levlr U-v.f
trustee for the B'nai B'rith Foundation, admiio the eng-v./?;!
invitation to B'nai B'rith's "Gold Medallion Dinner and BzV.'
ai th.9 rontainebleau Hotel Sunday, Dec. 2. Below,
Hollo, (left) general chairman cf the event, Jack Spitzer
nuiioncl chairman cf the B'nai B'rith Foundation, and Mi-
ami Beach Mcyor Chuck Hall discuss arrangements tor
the evening, during which Mayor Hall will be honored
*****
The Hon. Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson, deft) Comptroller for the
State of Florida, congratulates Jack Hohl cf Jacksonville
who was installed as president of the Florida Association
cf Mortgage Brokers tot week in Tampa, and Melvin J
Haber of Miami (right) who became the organization's
executive vice president.
ztew v:t''m"i M,tmi b<* m^ dm -
p~ on His ,K: ;P.r: T-* dei"~ *.
'in. D, teW 7 "m ''rae' Bn* "^"^-


L,day. November 23. 1973
* knisl Ikridicin
Page 13 B
lEGAl NOTICE

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. 73-26039
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: TMK MARRIAGE < >K
MAIITA CiON'ZALEZ
Petitioner
antl
JI.'MO i;i INZALEZ
Respondent
TO: Julio Oonsali
Residence I'nknown
VOI.' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
hat :tn notion for Dlaaolutlon of Mar-
I rlage has been filed against you and
you are reouired to serve s ropy ol
your written defenses, if any, to it
ii Adolfo Koss, Esquire, attornos
for Petitioner, whose address Is i"l
N W 12th Aveiim Miami, Florida
3I2X, ami file the original with the
'lerk of the above styled courl nn 01 ......
liefore November 3". !''7't: otherwise IM |
UGAL NOTICE
LEGAl NOTICE
e State ol Israel Masada Award was presented by Rabbi
[S:>! Landau (left) to Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Ros3iithal (cen-
- at the B2th David Congregation's Israel Dinner cl State
the Fontainebleau Hotel. Witnessing the presentation
was the Hon. Emanuel Shimcni (right), Consul General of
raei in Philadelphia, who was guest speaker at the gala
chaired by Maxwell Waas.
Hollybrook Construction Is
On Schedule; Sales 'Brisk'
tion i" on schedule and
continuing a steady ad
i icily brook Golf and Ten-
.. reports James LaBonte
ve director of the low den-
Ion iiiium community. Over
r cent of ail available condo-
j'H are sold at the present
| en of th" Pembroke Pine-
iment's 62 three-story gar
style buildings are completed
landscaped and housing Hoi
brook's first families. Now in
i ly us- by purchasers are an 18
lie PGA golf course, a $1 million
ubhousc with full countryclub
(lenities, six of Hollybrook's 1"- \
[weather tennis courts, and the j
Immunity's tennis pro shop.
IlioHybrook construction coordi-
Itor Mike Sultan notes that oc
nancy is now fully underway in
hidings 1 through 10 in Phase I,
bui'dines 16 and 18-22 in Phase
at Hollybrook. Heavily land-
errd and set within the rolling
lours of the community's
LEGAl MOTKE
NOTICE UNDER FACTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Sot-ice is hf.rery orvEN tr-nt
undersigned, deslrln* to engaee in
nesr under i*e fictitious name of
P D < OMPANY at -H"0
|v 7r.t>> street. Mlnm' In'end In
lister fald name,with the C'erlt of
eircuit -Court of Psde County,
|m(!;<
VAX BW/tftTK
PF.TKR PsVARfJ!
IV\V'I> sw.MlTZ
IRTON B. 7.EMF.I.
Ir.'ney for applicant
" Ill
. N K l!nh A v.v
rtr. Miami Bench. Fin MUM
11 u:.'::-:". I 7
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
'NO PROPERTY!
"HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
-6VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR'DA. IN AND FOR
DAPE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-76058
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
Oc MARRIAGE
K t>" Manias* of
Iv CAJAR.
Ml.
It"'l
AEL CAJAR.
i i nil. nt
RAFAEL CAJAR
J13 i pox Avenue
Miami I teach. F"orlda 38'39 .....
Ill IRE HEREBY NOTIFIED
fi Dissolution of Mar-
been filed against you ami
, to serve i ony '
. written defense*, if any. to It
K BAMPAS, BSQ attor-
fi-r Petitioner, whose address Is
.'. ncoln Road. Suite 811 Mlam
h Pli !ii. and file the original
thi clerk of the above styled
l ,,,, i | Dr, 11. ember 19. IS73:
. default will be entered
. | Hi. n lief di manded
complaint or petition
, :i be published onei
for four conseoutls e
M: JEWISH PLOR1DIAN
ITNB8S my hand and the seal
,,i ,, art at Miami. Florida on
, v of Movi mber, 1973
RICHARD P. BRINKBR
..'. Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: I. SNEEDEN
As I>cputy Clerk
u.i rourt Seal)
KGB BAMPAS, BBOtURB
Jn.oln Road. Suite 211
I Beach Florida 33139
It v for Petitioner
: 031-6417 :nn9.u.ic nn
championsh'p golf course, Phases l
I and 11 arc well on their way to j
total completion.
Bniding activity at Hollybrook
has b"en purposefully brisk, ac-
cording to Sultan, as the develon-
ers shoot for an early Fall 1974
community completion date. The
community will ultimately consist
of 62 lowrise condominium build- j
ine. six recreation areas, a $1
million clubhouse, two champion
ship 18-hole golf courses, 14 ten
nis courts and The Hollvbroik i
Tower interspersed over its 285-!
acre site. All building is scheduled '
to be completed by the Fall of
1974.
Hollybrook is located just two
miles west of the Florida Turnpike
off Hollywood Blvd. in Pembroke
Pines. Model apartments in 1-bed-
room. P-bath, 2 bedroom. 2-bath
and 2-bedroom. 2 bath convertible
designs are on display daily in the
community's Sales Pavilion at 900
Hollybrook Dr. from 9 a.m. to 6
p.m.
UGAL NOTia
w ill be entered against
for the rellel di manded In thi m
plaint or petition.
This notlci shall hi published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
n THE JEW ISH FI ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal i:'
aid court at Miami. Florida on this
j". day of October. 1973.
Rll HARD 1' BRINKBR
,\ s ". i k, Cli cull 'oui i
Dadt County, Florida
B) A .1 RIVAS
As Deput} Clerk
fi "irculi Courl Si nil
Kdolfo Koas, Bsqulre
Stone K- Sostchln, P A.
01 x W uih Avenue
vii;mii. Florida
\i lorni > fiir Petit I.....r
ii J.J.IB-SJ
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
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
IN RE: THE >' Will M'.K OF
BSTHER <; URl'ET \
Petitioner
and
JFAN I'RUETA
':. nondent.
TO: Juan t'ructa
Ri Idence 1'nbnmvn
VOI! ARE HEREBY NOTlFIET>
thai an actlan for Dissolution of Mar-
riage Ihis been filed against you and
you are required i" serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to li
i.n Adolfo Koss. attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose addreas is i"i N \v.
12th Ave., Miami Florida Ml IS, and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or befori Dec
21 197S; otherwise a di fault will '"
enti n 'I against you for thi ri lb I de
manded In the complaint or petition,
This notice shall be puMish.ii once
each week for four consecutive weeka
in TMK JEWISH FL-ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at .Miami. Florida on thla
: day of Sov I97S.
RK'HAltD P. BRINKBR
As Clerk. <"lrruit Court
Dade County, Florida
By B. J FOY
As Deputy ("lerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Adolfo Koss. Esquire
Stone & Bostchln, P.A.
101 K.W. 12th Avenue
Miami.. Florida 3312H
Attorney for Petitioner
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OK FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DAK COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-28348
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
AC*ION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Till: MARIO \'.i: <-f
STEVEN i IARV 31 'IIV
PEI.MTTERI
11 ii hamI
i.nd
1 IDVA I AM EVE Mil.I.Kit
PE1 I ITTERI
Wlfo
TO: I IDVA .1A M KNE MII.I.EI!
PEI.UTTERI
' I.. idenci I 'nknnu n i
VOI" ARE HBREBV NOTIFIED
thai an action f"i Dissolution of Mai -
rlage has been filed st v you are required to servt a cop> *>f
wiii ten dfeni e?. If an) to ii
lAVID K 8TONE, K8Q.. STONE
K- POSTCHIN, P A., attorney
:n lorn r, l "- addi i -
12th \v< m,i. Miami, Florida
and file the original with lh<
of ilo abov. ;. .I rourl "ii
ir Pe
\ W.
si:
, i. rk
..' 1,1
11/9-16-^3-30
fore I >. mber t* I! 7.'.: olheru \>- a
defaull \v iil be .-ii'. re. si vou
'. r th. i. ii. f il. iniindi .I in thi i om-
Plaiol or I" tl
ii him hall i .,..-.
ui.....It IVI Weeks
in Til K JEWISH FI "I'll 1 > \
w ITNES8 my hand and lhi al ol
said eoui i at Sl'a ml. Floi Ida ol thli
i ..f Nov .
i: p BRINKBR
A- I'll rl Circuit Coin '
Dadi i 'ounD Floi
By '" P l'i iPEI AND
As Deputj Clerk
fCircull Com i Seall
DAVID I' STONR K
ST. INE ^- S' ISTCHIN. P.A.
An. rio for Petitioner
loi \ VV 12th Av< ue
Miami, Florida S812S
II 23-S NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-S06^
ACTION FOR DISSO' UTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN UK The Marr'aa-e ol
DARREI.I. HOl'OH HARNIBH.
Husband,
and
VENDETTA JUNE HARN18H
Wife
TO: Mrs Vendetta Jum Harnlsh
, ,. I'.na Beaumont
S23 'oui i Btreel
Portsmlth Ohio
VOll ABE HEBEBY SOTJFIV.D
that an action foi Dlsscdution "f Mar-
riage has been filed against you anfl
you Bit requlri .1 st rvi a copy ol
your written .li fi nses, If any, to it
,,n KWITNEY fi- KROOP. attortteyi
for Petitioner, whose address Is Suite
612 4-:o Lincoln Road. Miami Beach,
Florida S31S9. and f'!. ihe original
n-lth ihe clerk "f the above atyleii
ourt on or befort December J. ''
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the rellel demanded
in the comolalnl or petition.
This notice shall in published on
each e.k for four consccutlvt weeks
in THE JEWISH FlORIDIAN.
j IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-26278
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
. I\ RE MARRIAUR IF
| i I II: i IRD W EINSTEIN,
! Hufhnnd Petit ionei
.,, .1
BTANA T VVEIN8TEIN,
Wlfe-Ri -i......1 in
TO: '1AETANA I' WEINSTEIN
4im Basl 'Mli SI Apt No ISF
\. Vork. Ni \< Vork
VOC, OAETANA T WBINSTEIN
it. Ii. n l>j m 'ii'o 'I that n Petition foi
ulIon ..i Mnrriagi has In i
filed ngah n nd } ii ervi a coi of your Answer o:
rienillnii lo sal>< Petition f"i Dissolu-
tion of Mnrriagi on thi Husband-
i iitoriiey, Ronald I.
I !-., P \ 117 Ills, ayne Build
Flngli Street, Mi..no
ph. in S79-2851, nm
file tin i n In Vn ivi r or l'i. adlns
in thi .ii.....' the i lerk of the I'll
fUil Courl '. oi I" fore the ~ da?
ol [lee. mbi i. I!i7.1 II you fail to di
so, Judgment bj default will hi
.
P
for
lh

f.
f deman rt
ri lutlon '
ICK shall be PUblli
I I I I ..!.. I| .
THE JEWISH FI.OR.
I Mnrrli
THIS
; \ ,\<
iihan
I *i> i: \.\|. ORDERED al H
, ||,,.i. ihl day "f October. 1"7
It i HARD P BRINKBR
i 'ir. ull Court
Pddi County, Florida
! \ .1 RIVAS
: ;ii> i 'lerk
.. : ill- I '..III I .-' Ill)
II 2.8 II
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
No 73-26231
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In |t< Tl i Mai lai I II
KI.IA MACAI.Y ROHI.ES CORTES,
.! i iRESTES MANTEL
CORTES, Hushni .I
Tl
i I
KESTES MANl'EI, CORTES
.'.::.
el t'orria ) Kncurnaclxon,
s. ntnt. Sunn '.
Habana, Cuba
VI 'I A KB HEREBY notified thai ..
el I (Ion f.-r Dissolution of Marrlagi
;.s I..... filed against you and you
..i. I i l.j i. quired to bi rye a I opj
iil v..ui answer or other pleading U
'. Pi iltlon .'f Dissolution of Mar-
, lai I n the Wife's Attorn, y. l.l'.S
TER UOOEKS, whoat addreas is t tr. -.
N.W 17 Av.inie. Miami. Floridi.
S125, and fill thi original with thi
i |i rk ..! the above atyli .1 Court on
l ..r before tins "Hi day of December,
i!7:, or a Default will be entered
againsi you,
DATED THIS 27th .lay of October.
RICHARD P. BRINKBB
Clt rk of the t'lrcull I ourt
B] IV TV.MINSK I
I puty Clerk
11/2-9-K-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
CF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE D'VISION
PROBATE NO 73 6820
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Il RE Bta.....I
BEN ROSENBERG,
deceased ,,
To All Criilltors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bifd
Estati .
Vou are hereby notlfledaing required
lo nresent any claims and uemanda
which vou may have agalnal ih. is-
mil of BEN ROSKNIiKltC! ile.-eased i
Into of Dade County. Florida, to IhJ
Circuit Judges of Hade County, and
file the same In duplicate and as
provided In Section 731 ir, Florida
Statutes, in Iheir offices in the oun-
iv Courthouse in Dad. County. Flor- ,
ida within four calendar months from I
the time of the first publication here- '
,.f. or the same will be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 2"
,ia\ of November, A l> 197*
e Slanl.y I' Kaplan
As Kxecutor
First publication of this noiic......
hi 23 day of November, 197*
1 I />-"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6024
(JUDGE PARKER)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
JOHN KATZ.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnal Saul
Estate: ... ,
Vou arc hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the .slate of .ioiin KATZ deceased
late of Hamilton County, Ohio, to
ihe Circuit Judges of Pad. County
and file the same in duplicate and
.,. provided In Section 73J.16, Florida
Statutes, In their offices in th. Coun-
ly Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida within four calendar months
from the time of the first pUbllca-
WITNBSS mv hand and 'hi seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on thi-
25 day of October. 1973.
RICHARD T BRINKBR
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County Fb--ida
Bs T, SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
KWITNKV & KROOr
By: ran I Kwltmv
Suite 512, 42" Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida SS139
attorney for Petitioner
SM-"75 I1/S4.M.M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under Ihe fictitious name of
FABRIC WHOLESALE SUPPLY at
number 277 Qlralda Avenue. In the
City of Coral Qables, Florida. Intends
| to register said name with the CleSk
of the circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
Dated al Coral Qables Florida, this
25th da) of October. 1878.
DRAPERY HOUSE, INC.
By: Molaea Kaplan, President
Attest: Bell] F. Kaplan, Secretary
LLOYD 1. Ill SKIN
Attorney for Applicant
4t>7 Lincoln load
Miami Beach, Florida .-.3139
11/2-9-16-JI
the
same will he
in 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVIS'ON
No. 73 26359
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in Re The Marrlaai i "
\ in: ETTA T. LYONS, Wife
1. iSEPH P. I-Vi INS, Hush,.ml
to JOSEPH P LYONS
S27 North Delano Stn el
Fresno, California 9S7M
VOI' ARE HEREBY notified thai a
I n for I (solution "f Mat i lag*
ha, been filed againsi you and you
ar, hereby required to si rye r copy
of your answer or other plead
.: petition on the Wife's attorney.
I BSTEH ROGERS whose address Is
m-'i n u 17th Avenue, Miami, Flor-
.:::-,. and file Ihi original with
the Cl. rk of ih. abovi styled ourt
, i, or before the 7 day of D.....mber.
IMS, Or a Default Will he entered
""nATEDthla 29 day of October. 1973.
' RICHARD P. BRINKBR
i :.'k ..f the Circuit Court
By A. J. RIVAS
1 puty Clerk
11/i-S-16-2J
ii.ni hereof,
'"'l'-'il'il al Miami. Florida, this jn day
.,, November, A D. I!'73.___
I BONARD KATZ
As Ancillary Admlniatralor,
Coin Testami mo Annexq___
ABBOTT FUUMKES A ALHADEFF
Attorney for
Ancillary Admlniatralor, < r.\
tj" l.in.oln Road
Miami Beach. Florida ^ ^jft
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 Re; The Marriage of
inn (.''is dlLLEN
and
Kl lOAR QILLEN
Vi >r BI "'.A it GII.LEN, whosi n
,,i, ., 'i- 1311 Wilmington Pike. t-sl-
he ti r, Pennsylvania, are notlfii rl lo
S..,-V(. a copy ..i your answer to Peti-
, n for Dissolution of Marrlagi flli n
,,-...... vou on Pelll ......i' attornes .
MICHAEL A. I ll'SKV. al 1104 Con-
,,.,-,i Bldg, 66 W Flagler Street. Mi-
ami Florida 8*1*0. and file thi orig-
inal with the clerk of Ihis ourt on
nr before Ihe M day of December.
default will be en-
7 day of November.
n.7::, otherwise a
terod agalnal you.
DATED thi
11*73
'RICHARD P. DRINKER. Clerk
By C. P. COPEIAND
Deputy Clerk
,SEAU 11/9-16-^30
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUrs'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-27C39
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
MICHAEL 1. SCHILLING,
Husband,
MARSHA B SCHIIJ INO,
Wife
I'n: MICHAEL I. SCHILLING
Anartment 11
I."." Easl Wlnlck Avi.....
i as \'. gas, Nevada v.....9
VoC >!,.; HEREBY not I l'!K I'
that a Petition for Dissolution of
your Marriage containing an action
i^ ih. Petitioner for ownership anfl
ill,, to the following property aloren |
,,] |oi ni. .1 In I'a.i. Counli Florlrta:
|j n. Datsun Automi bill
Id, ntlflcatlon Numbi r SRI -ii' 'i'-"1
i RR i. n filed and commi need in inn
ml \. ii are n in.....I "
of written di fi nses, if anj
n MORTIMER s COHEN, At-
tot
,.. "Miami, Fiorii i and
file th. original with thi Clei
i above slj li d ourt
nn ... bi fore De. i mber 14, 1973: oth. I -
., ,.. n di faull "I" be enti
vou for the n lief prayed for In the
Petition,
This Notlci shall I" published on.
..h week for four eonsi i nllvi wi Ri
in THE JEWISH I--' oltiUIAN
WITNESS mj hand and the seal i :
said Courl at Miami. Florida on ihis
, das ..f N.v. mi r, i: T:i
RICHARD P BRISKER
As i ".rl.. i 'Ircult Court
Dadi County. Florida
Bj C. P Cl 'PEl AND
\- Denuts Clerk
(i IrcUll < "ourt SeaD
MORTIMER B. C< HBN
1 !(.' Ainsley Bhlg.. ll N K l Ay-
Miami. Florida 83122
Altcrmy for letitinner
1LS-16-23-30
Court
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6154
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estati of
HARRIETTS FENIAS
dec. ased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing ri..inn or Demands Agalnal Bald
Eslat.
You an hereby notified and required
lo present any claims and demands
which you may hav. agalnal the es-
mti oi HARRIETTB FENIAS de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida.
io ih' Clrculi Judges of Dade Coun-
ly, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided In Section 733 16.
eiorldg statutes, in their offices in
hi c lints Courthouai In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within four calendar
months from the time of the fust
in1 at Ion hi i of, or the same will
be hat red
Filed al Miami Florida, this 10
.l.,v ol Nov. nil., i. A ir 1972.
MAROAHET P GAJNE8
As A.....Inlstratrlx CTA
ipy
Flrsl
th. :::
publli
da-

.1 Ihis
mh. r,
,,,v for Petitioner, whom address j crra! d SII.VERMAN
11(12 Ainsl.-y Building, tl NI.. I u'orney for adminl tratrla
not i. e
I "7 I
on
'In.i Robel : I lulldlna
Miami, Kloi Id I
n 22 .'.'"'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N'OTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
Ihe u di siring lo engage
ii, iu- under thi fictitious name
of COR II. ; llll BS INTERIORS al
ilralda ^ enui. Coral Gables,
Elorida intend to register said name
\iiih th. Clerk of th. Circuit Court
I 11 :. i 'ounty, Florida.
\K USES KAPLAN
BETTY P KAPLAN
I U)YD 1- RUSKIN
Attorney foi Molaei .. Betty F.
Kaplan
Miami 1 a. h Kli.rida
11/16-23-30 12/7


Page 14 B
vJewlst fkridHfjr
Friday, November 23, 1973
.)
Obituaries
SCHWARTZ
\ '. 7!. of Miami Reach
iiu'iij Friday, Nov "' Fnrmerlj ..f
N V. II, ,\as a panl :. ,,| -llK, ,,|
f I' .ii \i.i. i i. an i lf< ..I' \. v, i >r.
I...us ii, is survived lij four *
Mi-lvin i.r Pittafleld, Mas* : Htanle)
II. of I ,.s Anjrelei I ||| i nf i.,..
A ml-, I. n, anil Richard S of I n
V'egna. AIM a sim, -. Minnie Hnrn.
ivilx <,r Miami Reach; a brother
Ma. Ii S.huarlz .if Miami, ami six
grandchildren. Bervleoi wrn hell
S n da). Nov 11 ai Rl>.....l<|, Me.
mnrlal Chapel, IBM Alton ltd,
LOHDORF, Hugo, 67, ::l:. Ocean Dr.
UIvi i -iM.
,,;,.,,,, ADLER. Irvlllg, ..f Miami Bench.
.1' Miami
BERNSTEIN. Jacob, ".
Reach Riverside,
3ERKOWITZ. Ida, -4. of -'.J t'olllna
Ave Gordon
GOLDSTEIN, Morris, 1.7. of No, Miami
'.nil I,Mil
HAYS. Miriam. 80, "I' .ll" \ K lii.Mll
Si Rlasherg.
KUNITZ. Kilu.inl 7V < lV\ SW
B2nd Ave, Oorilon Interment Ml.
N.-Imi
LeMASTER. William dcorge, ;.:. ,.f
Hollywood
MARKOWITZ. Sam. 7s. .,1 No. Mi-
ami Beach, Rlveralde
PESKIN. K.'ua. 7:i. ..I l'4s M. ri.lian
Ave rJordon.
RINDOM Ella, (Mary) 71. ..r Miami
Reach. Ulaabarg, Interment Mi.
Sinai.
SAPERO. Harlan Enoch, 88, nf Hoi-
!vw.....I Kiversi.lc.
SUSSMAN, l-ah. II. .". .,f .Miami
1:. ach, Rlveralde. (ntermenl Ml.
N ho I
PAUL. Philip, 81, nf Miami Reach.
Klvrndde
SPECTOR, Joaeph, lit, nf UilM I'ulliiis
Ave. Rlveralde,
STEINHAUER. .luliil-. 79. of Miami
Reach. Rlveralde, Intermenl Mt.
Nebo.
BERNSTEIN. Rella. 87. of IN:' N\V
Hath Ave Gordon.
FENIGSTEIN, Arnold, 7:- of Miami
1:. ach in', rmenl mi. Sinai
KRANSDORF. Jacob, 82, of No. -Mi-
ami Beach, Levitt.
LAZARUS, Deborah, 77. of No. Mi-
ami Rlveralde. Intermenl Mi. Nebo
MALSIN. I aura. IS, of SW Miami.
Rlveralde, Intermenl Stai ol David.
MARCUS, Mara m., 7'.. .a Hal Har-
bour. Riverald
Ie\in.
COLDIN. Phillip. 89, nf Holtyw.....1.
Uordon
GROSSMAN. Max. 77. ol M
Cordon, Inlermeiil Star of 1 Invld,
REIFFEL. Jennie, ..1' Mini il I leach.
Rlveralde.
ROSE. Sail) A 7".. .a Mlam Reach.
Rlvcrsldl
SMITH, Sophia, 78. ,,l .Miami !: ... Ii
Ki\ en ill.
TABER. Dolly, :.7. ..1 Miami Reach.
Rlveralde. Intermenl Ml Slnal
BROWN. Herbert .1 7::. 1 1 Miami
Reach Rlvi ralde.
GOLDENBERG. Joaeph, *-.. of .Miami
II, a, Ii Nc man.
LAMBERT. Joaeph, :. ol North Mi-
ami Reach Rlveralde
BROTHERTON. Ian 1: 71 ..f North
Miami Reai Ii R|i ralde
GREIF. .Ins, |,|i. ,,f Miami Iha.h.
lyCVllt.
PLAPINGER. June, ".....ii ..llins Ave,
lilasl.erg.
R0S0FF. I iconic, 83, of North Miami.
Rlveralde. Intermenl Mt. Slnal.
BUSKER. Anna. 83, < .Miami Reach.
Riveraldi
YELLIN, William. 7.1. 7111 VVayno
Ave. Itlanberg.
APPEL. Lillian B 67, of Miami
Reach, Rlveralde, Inlermi ill Mt.
Sinai.
GOLDBERG. Isidore, BJ. of .Miami
Bench, Itlvcralde
, GREENBERGER, Cecelia, 68, of Port
l.ouii, T.iai, Levitt.
L0BELSON. Miilhllda. of .Miami
Reach Levitt
RAYLSON, Sara, .",. .if North Miami
Beach, la-viit.
segal. Benjamin, 73. i'f LauderhlU.
Levitt.
1 rothfarb. Jacob, 7:', I."..... Ray Rd.
Gordon.
ROTHOUSE. William. 91. of I'iami
Beach. Rlveralde.
SCHWACH, Rose. 81, ol .Miami Reach.
Rlveralde.
HAB>B, Jerry, 7". of Miami Beach.
Uordon.
KOHN. Herbert, 56, 7733 Normac Ave,
BlBaberg.
leibman, Julie, 73, i..... 16th St.
tlordon.
lipton, Abraham, 66, of Hollyu.....I
Uordon
( LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
, ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 73-T6607
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
< v IT \ Rll s DEVE1 iPJIBNT
'' 'ICI'i iRATION OK l.'l.i IRIDA,
Florida Corporation,
Plaintiff,
\ H
I A.\i;i:i ii PIE8CO ami --------------
1 I'IKSCi i. iii. if... ami if an) <<
j the aforcaalil named Defendiinta
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL rJOTKE
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE J IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
RUSKIN. Bertha.'66, of Miami Beach. '-EYERS. Alfred M i: -: 7.11m SW
Rlveralde
STElNFELD, Francis, !;. of Holly-
wood. Rlveralde,
LUTSKY. Hyman, 84, ol ...,i Euclid
Ave lilaaberg.
OREMLAND. A I., rl R 77. nf 1:147
Weal Ave Itiv. i
WEAR. David Walker III, 8, of Mi-
ami. New man
ZLOTNICK, Harry. 84, ol Miami.
New man.
FELDHE'M, Jacob. 87, of Miami
I leai h, Riven Idi Interm nl Ml.
Nebo
FIRSTENCEL. I'. ail. of Miami.
Lei in.
FRIEDLANDER. Rerun nl. I-
HAMER. Mrs Mildred, 7:\ ... Holly.
wood. Rlveralde.
LEVIN. Chine: 7. of No, Miami
Id ach l \ ii i
LEVINE. Morris. 84. of Miami Bench.
I \ in Inlermi ni Ml S
PESKIN. I aura, T I, < Hollyi......I.
Ilivi
REIS. Hub 1 Joi. "' ;. nl Miami,
-ill. Intel ii Ni l.n.
TOPLITZ. r., ..in. \l Rlvi i Ide,
WEINZIMMER. Sntnuel J., 7-. ol .','...
Miami It. ach. RU l all-
Af 'NG, Maude, i I >., Iti ach,
Levitt,
CHAIKIN. I i.in-. 8: Reach.
Rlvi ralde, Intermenl Ml
ABRAHAM. Uci IIII NE ItTttl
si Blaaliera
BROWN. Sam lS.'lh St.

NEUMANN, I Ii i Miami
Bi I .!.
OUSTMAN i iu' '
"t'ntci i licrg,
friendship...
means someone cares
GORDON FUNERAL HOME

ORTHODOX
CONSERVATIVE
____
' ~ I'eOonftii
HaiiyGonlonll964i Lines B Cci.lon
______ Telephone 17J-S533
MARKMAN, Lena, 71'. of North .Mi-
ami Reach. Levitt.
r-RSENT. Arthur. :.:'. ..I" North Miami
Beach. Levitt.
WILD. Herman, 83, of Miami Bench.
I vltt.
SCHRAGENHEIM, Arthur 7ii. ..f
Miami Ri-ni Ii Klvi raldi
I atkins. Harold, :.s. H7... aw ".7tli
! St. Uordon.
BANKS, ilara Onld, 7i'.. of Miami
Beach. Rlveralde,
BREST. Mildred, i7. of North Miami
Beach. Rlveralde.
BREST, William. 82. of North Miami
Beai Ii l.'n .:.-..I,
BROWN. Anna, i.l. 10200 E R v
Unrlior Dr. U.......i
DROGOWITZ. Minnie, of Miami
lead, their unknou n di -
1 In us. peraonul repreaentntlvea,
leirateea, ffrauteea, or clalmanla,
otherwlae undei or naalnrl Hum
; ami any peraon or peraonn unknown
I ii. the Plaintiff havlnn or clalmliiK'
. in li.IV,. nil) rljrht, till' or Intereat
in the landa, through, by, or under
aid Defelidanla,
I lefendanta.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OR
KI.OHIDA:
Tl >: rii:scn, Ife ,,f AN'-
ISKl/ I PIESCl i. ami if any nf Ihe 11-
!',.r,-sanl named defendant* be dead,
ihcii his ,,r her unknown peraonul rep-
> siniaiiMs. jielra, ilevlaeea, IcKateea
"i- igranteeH an- all other peraon or
partlea rlaimlna by ihrouith. umler
..r oKalnal Ihem ami all partlea or .Miami. Florida
peraona havlna "r clalmlna any rl^ht.
ml. ami Inlereal in ami in thi t'l.ui-
i-. s Involved in ihis suit.
Tin Weal I"" feel < Ihe Baal 30.".
feel "f Hi.- North 130 feel ..f Trad
.".1 of FLORIDA FIUIT I.AMI
I'l'.'S 8CUDIVIBION also known
as I'I.okiiia FRT'IT I.-WO
CO.'U SllllllVISHIN No. I nf
Section il. Townahlp :.:i South,
Kiiiiki- 4" Raat, occordhiir to the
IMai thereof, ae recorded in Plat
Honk :'. at Pair. 17 Of th. Public
Recorda nf Dadc County. Florida.
a suit tn quiet title has been filed
aKulnal you ami you ore required in
nerve a copy nf your written defenaea,
ii any. mi 8AOITARICS DFA*BIX>P-
MENT CORPORATION OF PIX'UIiiA
n SAMIKI. E. SMITH. Still.. 4K.
Continental Bulldlmr, 420 South Dlxli
Hhthway, Coral Uablea, Florida 3314C
on or before December SI, 1878, and
file the oriclmil with the Clerk of
ihis i'nun either h.-inrn aervlce mi
i'lainiiff's attorneya or Immediately
ihireafter: otherwlae a default will
1.....ntered afralnat you for the relief I
il, manded in tin- Oomplaliit,
DATED November It. IH73.
RICHARD I" BRINKER, Clerk
Ii) A .1 RIVAS Hi'
VON ZAMFT A SMITH
am.,in. ys for Plaintiff
|'|' South Dixie Highway, suitr tK
Coral Uahlea, Florida 33146
I.V: SAMI i:i. K. SMITH
U 16-23-30 1? 7
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 73-6188
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Eatate of
I Kir.A RTB iK.
tleceaaed
i \'\ Creditor* and All PVrw>n Hay-
ing Claim* or Demanda Axalnal Bald
Eatate: .
Vi.u are hereby notified ami required
in preaenl any claim* ami demand*
which you ii'.n have iiaalnal ih,- ea-
tate ni i i;ii:a RVHAK deceaaed late
nf Dade County, Klorlda, lo the Clr-
uil JudRe* .a Dade County, ami file
thr anme In duplicate ami as pro-
vided in Election 733.16, Florida Stat-
ute*, in their office* in tin- County
(Yiurthouae In Dade I'nun'y. Florida,
within four raleiidar month* from the
Mm.- nf ih,- firsi publication hereof,
or the -aim will i.. ban i i
Filed al .Miami. Florida, thll :i-t
lay of October AH '!^7:;
PAN AMERICAN BANK OF MIAMI
A* Executor
Firal publication "f ih'^ notice on
ih. : da; ol November, if?:;.
sllHl.lMiN N. LELCHl'K
Attorney for Executor
304 Rlaca) ni nulldlnii
11 '9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N'"'liK is HEREBY UIVEN thai
|hi underalRned, dealrlna lo emrnire
In wnmMiler the flctltlou* name
of DISABCU Hoi DINU A880C1A-
I ..,.'' M"1.1.''" !'."t."" I'.ir.l Una.I.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE CCUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-26281
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: TIIK MARRIAUE OF
HOWARD s QARF1KLD, II.,
Huahand-Petitioner
and
DALE A, OARFIELD,
Wife-Reapondcnt
TO: DALE A. OARFTEI.D
I'ark Ai.-nu.. A|iarlm.-nls
AdI No. I
Park Street
Bordentow n, Ne .Teraev
VOL', DAI.I-: A. OARFIELD, arc
hi i ii.\ notlfli il thai a Petition for
niNunlutlon of .Marria*.- has been
filed airalnat you, and you are re-
quired in aerve a copy of ruur An-
swer or Pleading t., -aiil Petition for
Dfaxnlutlon of MnrrluKe on the Hua-
band-Petltloiu r's attorni j. Ronald I..
DbvIm, Esq., p.a. 117 Biacnyne
Building i:i Weal l^lagler Street
Miami, Florida 3.1130, I'll...... :;7:i-
2851, and iii,. the i rhrinal Anawer or
Pleading in the '.r.i.-, of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on on before thi
. da) of Di cembi r. 11*73 If you fail lo
'l" an, Judgment by defuull will he
taken ngalnat you for Ihe relief de-
manded in the I '.i ii it n fot Iiiss,,lu-
ii......'' Mnrrlaee.
THIS NOTICE shall be publlahed
once each week for four (41 conaecu-
llve wet ka in the JEWISH Fl ORIi i.
IAN.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1707 iDowling}
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL 3'SCHARGE
IN RE: Eatate ol
EDITH P. HUM"'-:'
I leceaaed.
NOTICE is her' given that we
have fih-'l "ur Fl dot! bi d Pi
inn.n for DlatHbution and Final Dla-
rhurge as Execu the eatate nf
EDITH P. DOMi'FH deceaaed: and
thai mi the 11th da) ot December,
1973 win appl) in.- Honorable
County Judge* nl I .... County, Flor-
ida, for approval i I aald Final Re-
linrl ami for 'Ii butl n anil final
alacharge i's Executor of the eatate
nf th.. ahove-nnn- d decedent. This
ind day of Noveml 1*73.
THE MIAM i K.-VCH
FIRST N \" >NAL HANK
By: PETER A. ISAIA
8PAROER. ZEMEl. ROSKIN,
HEILBONNER AND KARP P.A.
An..' ii.-y
urn North Rlacayni I r.ulevard
Miami. Florida J313:
-, '0-L':i-".0 12/7
Ihe i Ity nf Miami. Florida, Intend lo I DiJB AN'D ORDERED at Miami.
rcgiatet raid name with Ihhe Clerk plortda' ""- -:' <>' of October, 1973
of Hi- Circuit Court .I li.nl. County liH'HAIIIi p. RRINR'ER
' lorlda, lerk, i 'Ircull Court
raldi Inti i in. "i Ml
, 47. 11 : SV -:
rick. SI.
Reach II
IDLON. Pi id
.; ...'nil
FLEISCHMANN. John I"
Of Miami Bl :.. I. R| .
LEFF, llil.l ,. -.1. ,. North Miami
l'. :i< h, l.- \iit.
ROSENMANN. .' rolyi 73. of North
Mi iml 11. ach Rlvi ralde.
ROSENBERG. I. North
.Miami laviti
GE1B
PNUMENI5 INC. |
Tvejr Oar..^Weierf $o*olli
MO 1-J35g3:
"'/ Jewiih
Palmer's
[Miami Monument Contpai./
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
444-0921 444-0922
Cbsed On The Sabb.tf.
Personalized Memorials Custi m
Croft d In Our Own Workshop.
MM s
Dated al Miami. Florida, tills 8
O") ol \..\ -nil,, r, W7a
EIHIAK E '' IX, .11:
JOSEPH DiRARTol I iMEO
" II I IA.M I SAHHLLA
n IM'.PH 1 nl: \l:Ti i| i.\||.;i ,
r I ir Applii mil
llnl Road
Mlnnil, I-". i .la .;: 133
Telephone: 226-2276
11 '10-23 -30 IL' 7
Dade County. Florida
By A. J. RIVAS
Di !'tii\ Clerk
11 ir. uit Court Scaii
II ?-!>-!.?3
Jevitt
Memorial Chapel
'Jewish ruNEfd DirecwRS
LOCAL AND OUT OF STATC
ARRANGEMENTS
947-2790
13385 W Olxir IIWV, NM
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT*
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PRr-pa.TF. DIV'SION
P'-'OBATE NO. 73-4691
NOT CE TO CREDITORS
III i'1 Kslnti of
' API.AN
tlei .. 1
VII P.rw.n* Hn\ -
M 1
i ,.,..
.....
1
Dad- Cou
ilu
''' M3.1i Flnrlil
,.
I hole Cou
ur calend
'
. 9 day
I M-i |V
... % I uliix
ihis nolle.
,., Iu> v '-ml'i
,... ,,A| i;,
:>', t-r ..... ecutrl*
' N.W. St.. Miami, Fla.
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
In The Name And By The Authority
Of The State Of Florida
TO A I.l. TO V. Hum THESE PRES-
COME, UREK1 l\.;s-
. ren Ml RRAY HOR.NSTEIN
>\ II 1 I \>i Hi
s I I'.IN, .Miami. Ploriiln, sj:\ \i, ,1-1,
1 .ml. EloVlda ,|,d"n
I)
.-,..., .1 u
le 01 h'lor 1I11 HI ci 1
h Hi 1.in,-'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE CIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6549
GEORGE E SCHULZ
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In UK: Eatate nf
MARTIN ARNO
deceaaed
To All Creditors ;.' Ml Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demanda Against Said
Eatate:
You are hereby notified and roojulri to present any rlafrna and .lemaii.ls
which you may hav acalnal the i (ate of MARTIN ARNO deceased late
nf Dade County, Florida, to th.- Cir-
cuit Judge! of Ii...- .'. uniy. ami file
the mime in dupllcati and as provided
in Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in
their offices in tie County Court-
house in Dade County, Florida, with-
in four calendar raontha from the
lime of the first publication hereof,
or the same will bi haired.
Filed ai Miami. Florida, this s .1. |
of November A.D. 1878.
ETTY II. ARNO
As Ex. ul'ix
I'ii 1 publication of this notice on
ilu 11; day of Noveml 1973.
Henry Norton
Attorney for Executrix
1201 Blacayne Building, Miami
1 I/is 2a
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE"
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6465
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I" RE: 1:1;......f
JAMES M PARKER
deceaaed.
To VII 1 '. .in..1 :,. i ;l Peraona IT.iv-
. log Claim* in- lien. \>- n8| .s:n,i
Vint in, hereby notified ami required
to preaeui any claim* and demands
uliich you may ha\.- against the e-
laji 1 M, PARKER de eased
late ..r Dade County, Florida, In the .
' In mi Judge* of I lade 1 "ount) and
file the same In duplli ate ami ;is pro.
' ^ll"1 '" Set lion 7 16, i'. ,| si.,,.
1 u<1"- in thi a office* m the County
Louriliouai a Hail. County, Florida
"'"....."ur ciili ndi r m.....' h from
'' ihe firs' iiulili. utii h, ,,..
of. or in. h III .. bai 1.
i' 1 Miami. I'll
al .\..\, mher, a.|i |; 73
S.....IE I ViilvER
1
INC
il nl nln
.
1... 1
St.lte of I

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day
Fliai
Ihe 16 .1. i,f \v, m ..
?ioAM.'
HEI1 lilii i.\ ;EH \- KARP
Am.' iie.vi lor Exei 11"
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS "
NAME LAW
. 1 I
II [.{]
IN THE CIRCUIT C^JB-r OF THF
ELEVENTH J.JOICa. CIRCUIT
OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBAT0EBSoE7P^?'.?pNarker..
in RB^tatM0 CRED|TORrSk"
ifA-PTTF! KASKOWITZ
neceaaea.
To All Creditor; and All Peraona Hav-
ing Claims or Demanda Ajjataal Bald

11 11 1
M) h,..... '" P>.
'i
' 1. mv 1
eal of
' Florida, nl
",. In Capital,
' I \n-
'' mber A I > i7a
Rl' HARD (DICK! STONE
! Ol Sl.,1..
11 -: 7 ;
I aKJLl'!?U,T COURT OF THE
LnWI2 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
DPDROBATE D VISION
"""TE NO. 73.6517
mot,sR-GE E SCHULZ
rn BtJ'SSSf J CRED'^ORS
decease.]
.......*nswfi5sata
1 nl, l-'la.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
:- 1 .v.,;,/.
'I iii ,.i"
inn
'n 1 ,
.1 ml
ami,
. said 1. me
wl. ..... 1, ':'"" Court
. ihis ,::,
All
_::-.'iii 1" 7
lttTFHuEc^uCUIT COURT OF THE
rf^|NIS 'UDIC'AL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
r-!-.-DAnE COUNTY
OENE "-i8n CTION
^
CA?'
NOT
NO 78 -7483
- 1pr>crAR
Statutea, In thi Ir 1
' 'mi. ..11 in .,,, 1- .
Ida, B-lthln four calendar mmnhs fmm
llllle Ol III 1:1-, ,
ereof or the earn .... barn I
File.1 at Miami thli
1 Novembi r, \ 11
ARNOII '' ^ '--s
v- '
...
r office*, in the (
"I".us.. In Dad
Will II
JBY pvbi ICAT'ON)
II'
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r.,.',i:.vx, '
. mn
...
North .
11/1*41
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lit
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Velllb. 1.
2a-n 1-7


November 23, 1973
* J Htffli fforidftor
Page 15-B
IECAL NOTICE
I
LEGAL NOTICE
E UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
, |S HEREBY OIVEN thai
iMlineil, deidrlna. I" -iiuair-
. u, ,i,i r li.iltimi iinmi
, h KIKKIN A N< >RM v\
I'.KAl.T'iliU ^1 Suite 810.
II .,,; mil III m ii. I-'1"' -
i, .- i.r .-aid mini* v. i Ii
. ,.f ihe Circuit Coui'l '<
Flm
iSEPH RIFKIN
d:\l AN r'lMKNT
u Im trlii ft Stnuber.
fur Jnwpl Klfkln ami
. hi
ii i.in.. . Florida
i\ \ ;-:;,-".< is ;
E UND6R FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HEREBY UIVKN ihni
_ ,-d ill idrlllB I"
under Ihe fletltlou* name
,.ACII CAI.I.KRIKS nl l""T
,:,-.. i:.i\ Harbor island,
ii.i intend* i" n-Klii-
- With lb"- Clerk nf 111*-
oi pad- County, l"m--
II (.AI.I.ERIES. 1X1!
i;i ii ip
. KrOOP
. applicant
Road
11 16-33-30 I" :
RCU'T COJRT OF THE
'H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
COUNTV. FLORIDA
nAL JURISDICTION
DIVIS'ON
No. 737688?
E BY PUBLICATION
II rrblW "f
I IIRAiiO. Wife
i II, TAKK.Vii >.
. i: TAItRACi l
i 1'nknou n)
HEKKIIY notified lluil
I I ?>r------1.....II i.f Mill
,.il ukuIiikI you and you
. iiu: imI '< nerve ii
ur other i >i ;. l > i
..II III, Wife's Altol III v
:i. .Kits, v'how ruldn
\V Avi nui Mlnml, Florid:
ill-' original with
Im > I \ led "nun i i ill
Mb ihi) "I I i"1 ''
(null will be entered
I
.'.til day of X"\i niber,
l:l> |" llltlNKEIt
Hi. i 'H.uii Court
VV TYM1N8KI
.. i-iiix i l-ik
II 11-16-23-31'
lACF
\E'~ E
>Tl'.
C =nCU'T COURT OF THE
H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
)| r RIDA IN AND FOR
LADE COL'NTY
F I B'TE DIVISION
pr 1EATE NO. 73-6788
E TO CREDITORS
i:i.
T
L ..i,l All Pcrmrai rfnv-
i. hi ii- AkiiIiihi Snid i
bj i "fed im ; '........ '
v InlntH and ill m tnda
. have naalnsl llif ea-
KITT ill iai
.,.,.! ^. Florida, t" th Eudk'i of 11.Hi.- Count) a'"' {"* ;
\ duuliente and an provided
Hi, Florida Statute*, i"
in Hip County Court-
.. i 'nuni y, Fi......I.
ndar ii......h from Ibe
,,i first nubllrntion bere-
A III i barn d.
,. Mlnml. Florida Ibis 10
l< \ I .or. A. 11 10" I
TTIK KITT
\ KITT
I ;xei-utorn
nn :ii I......I lllis POl ll e >.'!l
i>\ Novemhi r, 1973.
il:i" '/I-"'IKI UOK.KIN
fltlin \i:i: AND KARP P A
Kxe 'UtorH
-- a v in- Boulevard
33132
ii :l-M
Notice under fictitious
NAME LAW
fth r, HKRRHV fJIVRN I hit I
.1. deslrina .....nioine In
hi Hie fi-iili"Us nnme of
BVA FASHIONS ni (SIS Baal loth
llinl-ah. node County, Fla "-
. ,,./.,, v.,i.i name with ine
Circuit Courl oi I Wide
R"|i Ida
i:\-i hi i WAV
IVRTTR 81 iSA
. i.i 6 Rnvlv
-n-v- for amdi-anl
:i--:,vi.< BldfT.
i. I'la 38130
II 8-11.11-33
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
>-|-11 :.-' IIKI'I'ilV OIVEN Iha'
i.,- ..I. il.-irini.- to enaaici
.....i. the netllloiw nnin
. ivi.i ,i|i\ii-m PEA1.TV i-ii"
iv ur ,\\ii:i:ir\ ai issi >i
tn North Mlnml neni b In-
|o v. i-i ll r I..... lial'i' wjllj ""
,,i ,. i In nil i 'ourl "' Dm"
lit\. Fli rdn
OARRIRI. sii wtvw
11 l':i-:! IS i-H
.40TTC OF TRANSFER OF
ASSETS TO NEW BUSINESS
tu i-. I Hen bv nivaii. *' l; '
Eei Iti i.flns Compnn). iml i".....
11...i ,,, -,!-, s VV B4 ll RMorldn "ill tmnafer It" nn-
in pr. m i- RoofliW Comnaii).
:. |-i......... nrntlon, will
pi ii,. thi name nddn bh. effee-
li-r IV. I!'T3 In !.....nlani i
i- g ,-,; in-. iTi Nild Cornorn.....
piwumi ihodi a.i.i.- ..i reeoril
, |; ; | '. Ml KoOfll >- I "'
I,.,,I ilablMHeii .. the
Jnl.....' thi I. i B' "vi r
F nild SCIK iXIXCtKR, P. v
vs for
v ^. rtuofiii" Cotnpuny
_fc : I ib land Tiwem
^ ,,,i imill vnrn
"' l'"1, ::::l''' ii 83-30
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVCE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JIJD'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANT. FOR
DAOF COUNTV
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-27942
GENERAL JUR'SDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN UR: Tin Vlarrinite of
ill CiA ZETINA.
Wife,
and
MMII'EI RETINA,
Huh band.
Ii i: . I:. den ii-.'.- n ..
mm ARK HERKIIV ViiTIKIKH
ilinl an aetlon for Dlwolution ,.i ,\l,ir-
rlitice ban been filed Hmilnni you niid
..ii are i ,.11111 .1 I.. Hervi -i nip) of
your ivrltti-n il. i. ..->. If anv, r-- ii on
- SKK.V *. KSSI-:\. ii norm j .. r I'
ll.....t. u hone uddreKK i- ISi Aln*
. \ HldK. Miami. Fin 33132, ami fib
Hi.- nrliilnnl iili llii eli H .,i Ihi
nlmve --ivl.il fourl on ..i i.-i.-i. |i.
. mii.-i- k, it73: otberuini .. defauli
will b.- ni.-i-.-ii afmiiiHi \-.u for tin
r.-li r :, ni..a!..i in iii. i-oinphilnl oi
petition.
Thi* notice .-bull In published onei
a.li U'eek for four ifilineoutlvi we.-ks
n the ii:u ish fi i ii:iiii \ \
WITNESfl mv hand ami tin i
)' Nald court at .Miami. Florida nn
I.i.- I." dip i.i \..v ember. !"3.
i:iCHAI!I) P, RRIXKER
An Clerk, 'Ircuil Couri
I lade Count) Florida
B) i P, COPEI.ANU
Am l>. i hi iv Cli rk
HiliUil Court Siall
:ssi-N *- KSRE.N. K-'i-
"> Mnaley HuildiiiK
Miami. Florida 38132
\iii.. n- \ I.-1- I', liiii-m-i
Tel.: ::TI -207.'
11 23-r.O 12 7-1 I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADF COUNTY
PROBATE OIVISION
I'ROBATE NO 73-6794
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
UK: F.> tali of
I IVA IIECMANN
il.-c. asril.
To All (iiiliii.ii- ami .XII Pi raon* Hal -
.iiu- ur I ".in.ni-;- .'.uaiii-l Saul
i:-lal.
You are hereby notified and reituired
.. |i|-, -, ||||,1 i: in anil il. Illanils
wbleh vou may have auain-i the -
ii...... I.ina Heumai n deei a- .1 late
nf I tiidi i '-.iini.v. Flot Id In tit. i'ii -
ull .IuiIki "i" Had* County, ami file
.I,, same in duplicate and m> pro-
vided in s el..... 7 13 '- I'l.....la Siai -
ni,.,.. |n ficir .an..- in I he Cou I)
. n, thouxe in I ladi i '..urn v. Florida,
itiiiu i.-ii. nh nilnr tnonthK from the
i ,-.. ,,|- iti,. first nublii an..i, hi i eof,
in 'h. nn- w ill I. I. ii i -I
I-- |, ,i v|, -in < .i.i. IlliK Hi .I.i."
- Xhvi mil i- V.T1 l!'"3.
UKTTV HtiFMANN
As l".\i ll
Flral publication of thin notlt.....a
II,. S3 day nf v.-v 1073
HKNin NORTON
At.......' for i' ......> mid Rutale
i ni r.i-i-.iv iii< Rulldlna
Miami. Florida 33130
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK is HRREHV OIVEN il at
the uiidi-r-icn.-il. deslrlnu. to cnitairi
In i.n Im -- in,.!, i in,- n, iili. n- name
i KQI'IHITO RESTAI'HANT at 1310
" -il- Strei I. Miami in'.....- to
r. Ki-i.i Haiti name ullli the i'l.-il, of
1 i. nil Courl .-i I ia.I. Count),
Florida.
I V' 'sin i CORP,
V.I,. (',. KOHH, l'"-M.
Attorne) r..i hppIIchiiI
'"I X.N. 12th \v.
Ml imi. Fla 33138
ii fi-ii;-:::.'.!
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HKRKin tllVEN Ihnl
Mi. uinli'i'-itiii ii. itcHlrtiiM to eiurane In
buiiliieHr under tin fb'tltiou> i.....- of
IT'S A s.M.M.I. \\iii;i.li si-niM.i. at
120" B.W. IIHi Sir.-.i. M-.-in i
intend tu rcffivter nald name with the
l- il. ni' the i "In int I "ourl of I Wide
County, Florida,
Mr mid .Mi- Armando Nodal
m.lVKIt .martini:/.
\ i tome) for upidieuntM
'Mil N.VT. Till Ktreel
.Miami. Pin, 33126
ii ;. Ill :::-::
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
No. 73-26996
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Maniac- id
IA.MKS V MARTIN JR.
Husband
and
I.INDA M MARTIN.
Wife.
VOC, I.INDA M .MARTIN. B3S S
Montford Avenue, Haltlmore. .Maw-
land, are reituired lo fil. your nnawer
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HKREW OIVKN Unit
ll,e updet -i--n. .1. de Irltll itaite in
iinder il.. i*i- tltiou
I m M i'i il.M .-' Si ITI V Nl> C P.A.. I
via I i i il M .- :-i I'll AM i
I'ulilli In untanl a' "T- N K I'M
i'iiuii Miami intend tn ^ ''* -ai.i
":i in. will, the i 'I.i I. .- he i 'In iii'
Courl of Pade i "nuni) FI irldii
MAI i'i H.M s sn'i'l \ ni i. P \
Hpnrher, /< in. I. Itoakin, Hellbroniier
\- Kuril. P A.
Al tornv) for npidicnnl
1011 N IIIhi a\ -, Illvd Miami
II ll III 83-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
VOTICK is HKRRHV UIVKN thai
iii. undcrxlKticd, devlrlnu *.....irntfe j
li hiiHlm-HK inn I-1.1- ilu- f mi-ai- name '
I ixtfi: vA'l'li iNAI lll'HINKSH KN-
TKRP'MSKH V, I ..... I,. Mi-
nui Beach, Florida Intend* to ren-
i- i.i- -,-iiii mime u Hh ibe i 'let k of ilu
I'M-i-nii i'i.mi of Hade County. Flor-
ida.
CAI1I.OM \ ANSAI.VI
I iliv.r Ma. iili. /
Attorney fi.r iiiiiilli-mit
-'Sill N.\V Till Si
.Miami. Fla, ::::i-.'.
II 83 li' 7 I I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK is HEREirV UIVKN that
ill*, underpinned, dettlrlns lo ensavi
In l.ii-in. -- under tin- flctltbiu* nain---
nf SOITII COLOR TV 8KRVII K CO.
.1 Ii ii HA' m VII FCRNITCRK Cfi
ami ..i AIIKIII ERIA H.M.MAR at
'.'.". S \V. -Slid Avenue. .Miami. I -'Im -
Ida illl. lid to rCRlMtor said name.-
wiih ibe i'l.-il, of il.. Circuit Court
..I Had.. I'm.....>. floridn
sin Til '' mi TV KRRVICR CO.
JUROR S.WT \NA
til'lIKI HKTANCOI'RT
II 23-30 12 TU
I LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SFRVICE
iNO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLCRIOA. IN AND FOR
DADE CQL NTV.
C'V'L ACTION- NO 73-?7W,
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RK 'I'll l MAIttfl M IF 'F
MAR) 'l.\ KTKPII \ -'': OIIIP.S
mid
CARV III HI IS
Tl' CARV : 11 .I -..-
"' l'.el)ll.-ll '. \.....
Ni w N il-. Nei N
Vi,I AIM. HEREIN XOTIFIED
thai an ai l"-'i fm lib n' .mi of Mar-
riaiti Iihh In -i filed -- din' you
you tin i null ni I" wi'Vi ii i
your wriii.-ii ii.--- liny, II
on .n iSKfii Si H.M i.i: Kmi atlor-
m-v fur Pi llllonei v-. luwi ildrei In
i;- 5 I .i.....In Road Sulti -'"-. VI iml
It. ail,. I'I..i i.i.i 3813!',
nriKinal with Ihe cb I- id I-
Mtyled i-ourl on or hi fore I'. nber
IT, ll'7 I; i.ili.i vvi-, ii defauli III h
entered iikiiIiikI > u for Ihi IL t
demnuded In tin compl.....' "i peti-
tion.
Thin notice sliall he |iiib'i-h. .1 once
each week for four cm i-ul
in Till-: JEW ISH I'l.i.RIHIA.N.
WITNEHH in> hand nml tin s,.il
of -aid court ai Miami, Klorbln on
ih;- imIi I: i v ..i November, 1073.
IIICIIARH P. IIRINKER
A- i 'i. il;. i'ii. ull i "ourl
I mdi Count) I'1. In
ID VV. TVMINSKI
a- 11 niiiv i ii i:.
Kircull < 'ourl Seall
JOKEI'II Si'HMIIiR
Bus Lincoln Road
Mlnml Reach. Flnriila
Altorne) for Petitioner
i u;-23-3o \-: :
to tin peiiiioit for dissoluiimi of mar-
riage With iln il.i-l, ,.| the above I IN TH E CIRCUIT COURT OF TH E
Courl and nerve a eopj )->.-... unm
11, i man Cohen. K-ii a' tome) for
iln liiii.....r. 1810-11 I'mit-i. llldv ,
v|...... Klorbln, 83I8S, on or I" fore
11..-. ii,ii |n, I073, "i elei petition
w ,11 In. ...ni'. --.-.I
Hated: No\ -. i:-7''
Rti hard I' Hrlnker
ClerK, Clreull I 'oui i
p.\ i i' i i .' ::i wii
Deputy i I. i iv
II R-ltl. -"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FI ORIOA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6603
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Relate of
11 ATKINS
deream-d
To All i. tllli i- and AH Pen II
iili i'i.. in- i Hcnniiids AkiiIiihi s.iiii
Vou :,. In Ii) iii in-i iii -I reiiuln -I
i, i.-.-.mi an,i .-1,1 iin*- and demniids
whii'h you mn) have niralind lb
NOTICK is HEREH' HIVK.N thai '" "J HAROI H ATMNS deeened
-I,. undemlKiied, dexiriini I.....mute tali "' Hadi i lunly. Horldn. h.
.....usln, u -i.. Hi- ii.a.....it- nan '"''; "" -" l,,M, """"
..i RKH LOAD SHllPIMNH CRNTER "' '" "" '" '''.l;.',:i, """ ','
,i 11727 Ihrouirh 6743 Weal Fourth ","1
Avenue, Hlnlonh, Florida. Int-iid to Statue-. In their ofriceh n be l "Ui.l)
n-Kh-ter said name with Hi- Chlk --: ou......}!' Ill Hadi t nuni).
IrcuM Curl f Hud. Count) r"r :.1'.1 ''::; .'
Florida,
AlfrMl i-
Itell jalr.ii- I tlldo
Frank w iillbeiu
Harold n I v neh
> III I8SEI. A S-'111:1:
Altorne) l-i Amilii .
m -, 1 Incoln Road, Mlnm Ri I '
1: .
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SF.fWICE
(NO pnOPESTvi
IN THE C'RCU'T COURT OF THE
ELFVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOflOA IN AMD FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 73-26969
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARR'AGE
1 --Hi- M \TSR1 VOK OF:
RKiilNA..... HERNANHKZ,
IHi-l.. il
.- .
IIF.HTA HKRN INHKZ,
VO: HERTA HERNANPEZ
Cuarli I 137S
I 11.1 i' nalin- 1 'llbll
v.,f \l:i: HKRKRV NOTTFIRP
1 .,, nn ; ii--11 for Plaanlullnn of Mnr-
,.|K(. hill I'd 11 fllell nltalllKl '"U and
, mi are required to aerve b i n|i) m
ur written il.ieii-i-. ii any. In n
, ai BERT I. CARR1CARTE. at-
mn-v f... Petitioner, whoae a.i.n---
H 7 im s VV film A v -nil- Miami.
orldit 33113. and fib H" nrlitlnnl
viil, ihe clerk 'd the n'mve alyled
,.u,.| on or before |i-.-i.il..-r II. 173
.Iherwlae a default "i'l be ei lerei
-,,.- ,,. |... the reMi t demanded
1, 11,, ..liii-l:. 1111 ur petition.
Thin notice Hhnll l- puldleheil "";'
-., 1, week for four ron* ettlli 1 week*
,', Till-: JKWISH FI ORIP1AX.
wit.nkss my Iii..... and the aeal 01
.,,1 ,-, m 1 ... Miami. I- lorida on this
ja) 1.1 n'iv mhi r. Il'7.'l
Kfi'HARP P. IIRINKER
\- .'I, rk, Circuit Courl
nnibi County. Florida
By A. J. RIVAH
As lienniy Clerk
1 nit Courl S-nli
AI HKRT 1. CARRTCARTB, V-.HQ
;--i| S.W. Mel ,\\ nue
.,,.,.. Florida Bfi-a'.3
Vttorne) f..r Petltl......r
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME I AW
\i .-ni -i: is 11 ERRUV i:i\ KN lhai
1. underaicned, deelrliiR i" emrniri
, I,,,.......- undi 1 iln li-iiia.n- iinmi
1 A.MVS BAO ill S7iH N.W
\. -nn- .Miami. Fill. Illti ml- I" i-i:'--
. .,,,1 name with Ihe Clerk of Ihr
inuil Court of Hade County lor-
V.M \ II A V t > I: MIS. INC
l.v .i,,s.-i.li Randall. Prwldent
- Iilis--I llllll S-ll.T
viimn, v- for Applicant
.;..-. Lincoln Rood, Miami Beach
11 n-16-.....:
NOTICE OF ACT'ON
CONSTRUCTIVE SFRVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADr COL'NTY
CIVIL ACT'ON NO. 73-38430
ACTION FOR DISSO'-L'TION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RR: THE MARRI \t1E >F
Rll II A RI) NI R MA N Mi 'I'.' IAN
Ihlsl.alnl.
and
I INDA l.i'llSE MliROAN.
n'i: RJCHARH Ni IRM N Ml 'Rll VN
jh.iinie Vli'i'itan Kll
I i-iii- nl '' I......il ; ll mi In I
..- ... |||e -..in. vv ill be Ii
Filed ill Miami. Florida, till
dm ..1 Nm iiii.-i-. A.I) I!
I Hill VINE Ri >>'-v
As \.lima,- Hani s
|- -i publicalli 11 of lit In ......
v..\-einher. 1073
l-aiL-.n- l.-mli. Ii
ah..1 in v for Administratrix
,, HtaKli 1 si Ml....... ''
' II 83-30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
q[- pi nn;ni IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-"I"1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE 17-1
|l.\: ill. !'l TNRR
Til' III I All Pel (lav-
in- i'iiuii- or Hi ia mill V|
' > iiu.........Ii) il r< --i-.il--'
| .-: .-,--- 11) ia
,..... ll v .11 111 .v Inn ...in-:
. ... ||.\\IKI IH'TVER
.1
I--..-..' N I-: Morrl> -, nf 1 ,.,,1. Count) Plot Mi Ihe
I',.Miami. H..T..11 ..... ,. U|| ,,.,!-., ,., I..... C..1II1
VOI' ARK HEREIH Mini' Ihll : m .....U| II.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVRN thai
I,- undi ndyneil. ili-alrlnu in enw
UHlneei undi i- Hi- ii. 1i1i1.11- nami ol
i- 1 ,,\i: PROPKRTIRM ai i80
kj Dixie Hwy., Souih M ml, Fin In-
tn n-icl ter wi'd nnmi II
1. ri, of iii- cii-iiii Cowl of Dad*
'ounty, Florida.
1.1 illKRT IIKRIIIN, .1- Trualei
11-::-:;.. 12 7-lt
thai nil aclio'i fot HIhhoIiiIIi ,, ,|, ,. .. s.. 1..... rsS.HI I rid
hin been filed au iin-1 vou and rtl|,,..,, ,,. ih. Ir 11 ll.....I
. ,niii-il m nerve a eoii) "1 ., rourlhouee ill Hade Countv. I
...in wiiu-ii 1I.1..,---. If 1 ,., ,. uiiin \ .......lar m..mil-
on RAXTRII & KRIEPMAN. dlornev ,,,.-, ,,. ,., ,1,. fust publication
for I'.lili....... v.ln... .nl.lr.-- 1- IS1.1 f r|| ,,, >-,,,. v ill In -
\ 1: iKtrtl Street. North Mlnml ].-lt,.,] ,,, Miami Pint
Beach, Florida 331 ilS and file Ihe'. ,.,,.,. x |, p,;;:
orbciiinl wiih Hi- clerk nl Ihi BERNARP HI'NTER
styled courl on or before Vovi-mber x. <,dmlnb ::.'. IH7S: othorwlae 11 defauli will he I f.-|tS| publication of ihi- nolli'i nn
entered RRaltml vou for Iln -in ,| -.,; ,|.,v ,,,.....I.er. li'T.l
demanded In tl.....molal'ii 01 n-tltloii sTANI.EV .M PREH
This notice ahull be publlahed once ,.UKL) m.w.ma.n
each week for i'i 111- .....Kecullvc vv.-l.si Vl(rn,., ,.,, Aduilnl Imtor
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN ., |hole F. ilenil Btiildimi
wit.nkss my hand and Ihe e:il ^......d, Florida 33131 377-"SSS
,.I said i-nui'i nl Miami. Florldu on 11 2-!>-lli-23
iiiis i day "i Oclol...... i'.7-
,....... IIIHVL'I.'|. ------------
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 73-'*r,J''
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IV RR: THE MAHRIAtlE OF
RKK1NIK C. INCKHA
: mid
1 iiNi'HITA 1NCEH \
|'l 1 1 'otiehltll ln-'ia
I4a S \\ slinm-. land
Apartment !
1.,.- Angelen, CnUforiiia W "M
RICH VHI> P IIRINKER
A- 1 "jerk, Circuit "ourl
Jiiol- County. Florida
lly A. .1 RIVAS
A- p. mn v Clerk
(Circuit Courl Seall
R WTKi: ,<: FRIEHMAN
1ST". N.E. I'.'.id SirI
North Miami Beach, Florid .
B) vi VKJfiRIK F ROBHINH
Mii.ni.v fm- Petitioner
in 88 11 8-9-18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HKRKRV HIVES' thai
'he uinl. i.-iiin-'l deelrmg i" iiwun
in bll-ine.-s under the......loUH nain-
.1 MEN'S BOCTIQCE al '" hna"
'- >.- Ilial-ali. Florid* 81.....Ri
tall Store) ini-ini- i" irlali r -an'
,m. iv 1 h the i'I-'I- of the Circuit
-f Hade I'mi-iv. F'nriila
,li iSI7 R PRRKJ5 30'.
Is Suffolk We
Mlal-ali. FlM s-v
ROI AN HO I'ASTII in,
.-I-, s- \v i'..;i|i si
Ops 1 '" ka, Fla ,;'-'' .......'
II "3-30 12 7-H
Ull
I.I..- Alijl-les. I ailli'i'".'
VOI' IRE HKRKin Nli-I H II'
II ......1..... ror His-..luii.....il dm
riUK, i,-,. 1,1.11 iii-ii iimiiiiei you mi"
v.-u are tiulred to aerve a cop) m
v..,ll- mill, a .l.-r-n If a.iv. lo II
..11 \l|oifo K'osm, i-:-'iiiii.. attorne) on
IVIItlnmr, vim-, addi-- 1- HU N.Vk
,-,h Avi Miami. I l-blll I1-*.
iml ni- ih, original im 'I"- let -
,1..... -iv Ii I courl on be
. ,,,-.. Novi ml" -" '"" """ |h defauli will be entered nKalnel you |
for Hi. 1 Ii. 1 .1. lliaii'l-'l In tl
1 idnlnl or in lltloi
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONS"rDl'CTH/c =RVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-27551
ACTION FOB DtSSOi UTION
OF MARR AGE
IN RK- thi-: ti Will m:i: i .r
\. ii! ti w |.;i ;i iRT.
Illl.-I.an.l.
llllll
FH VNCES I'.' I' 'l:T.
W If.
Tl : Ni iRM \N la a ill I'
,. In- ...
Milfi.n 1 1 iil7"
Vi. 1 ARK IIERKI "TIF <
Hi.11 mi for Ii II
is I,-, fli d > -i
ytiU ,'. I-. nil:- : i.\ ,.l
your Wtllli ti '' "
..11 BANTKIi ft I'KIKI
- s |m Pellllonel -!,l- -
7- N I'. I'.-l.i SI.. I. North Miami
Bern b. Florida
,, 11I1 Hie eh rli of Ib.
,-nurl -'I or liefori I
I F || ill fllU IN ill I
la-Ted an.Hi,-I IIU '
.1 Ir till 1.....Illl I "I I" '
....... 1 hi II Ii publh -I .....-
-.1, I, week rot rout '
I in Till-: JEW ISH I : iiKIIH VN
\\IT\ i:ss m.' I. il tin nl
..... v 1 .1 1 Flo 1
,|.i- ;l .1 v .....-
RICHARH I IIRINKER
A- 1 'jerk, 'in Uil "ourl
|)lld. 1
I- s A
|i 11 1' rk
Si ill
: \ 1 |-:i( IIIEHMAN
I\", N.K 1 d S
I
--i.
1 111 :i N s
IVIfi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
El FVFNTH JUDICIAL C-RCL.T
--- FLOR'OA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PPOBATF. r'V SION
PROBATE NO 73-6798
J GV.YNN PARKER
NOTICE to CREDITORS
In l:i: KhIiiIi "I
I \ \ in P \ \ I.O
IIM'll .
t \n c.......... v 1 i' "" ;
im: Claim- I" nuindn Vtenlnel bulil
""volTnri hen......"""; "'' '"": ".'l
,,, priMIII anv claims and den iln
,11, vou ma) hn\i tan nal the --
:'. -1 I.AVII. PAVIJW *H-e,lJjrt
..,,.. ........I. I-..IIHIV. Florida i" ii"
,'11,1,11 -linn.-.- f Had. I-nunty. and
llle Ih. -am- 11 dupl eat. and -
,.vl..l in Se, lion 733 IB. Florldtt
licit, or Hi- si,""- "' ,'" '", i- I"
|.-,l,,l | Miami. Florida, title ''
,|. ,,1 Novi ml" '-- A II '"-
Mauri- P l"
As ExiH-utoi
,-,,., I,ub'l.iitl"n 01 llil- 11.....1 ""
,i.n .,1 Novemli r. 1'.
|l VRRY KCKKRNICK
Vttorney for Kxi eutoi
4211 IJncolit Road
Miami ii' a.-i,. Florida --1-- ......
NOTICENAmI1IwT'TIOUS ("'nd-'mlin'' I.....' hlnc.
s,,t.ce .SflfKi^fiivKN ma. -;----',;;:;:,.
he undei-alK.....,1 iviT\Ks"m I....... and Ih. Beiil
^:-,a,V;s'i;^vrv;vi;,Nv; ^^^'
",7::T,^""'; ';!;,,,i:";: i.a1 !-'"; im-HARiIp rrink
Bke. Kill 3.111.' IlllelldH to k ,..,.,, ,,.
n I"""" "\!'\ ,, ,, Pad. Count), Floi
.1 nami witli tl Clerk nl Hi. Clr-
up ...ii- ,-C Had- County, Ftoridi
MANS I !< INC 11 FI.....Ill
corpoi a'.....
l-.v A' llllll S I .v 1- IT. -nl-iil
ARTHCH s DAVIS
Attorney fm I 'onjoraMon
Al-I Hi liis-iiv 11- Ruildlni:
I
, v^ FloKlel *' "^-Jll jV'f",,-- *
A- "lerk, Circuit ''U
1 tudi ''- unl I Fli
B) \ .1 l:i\ VS
a- 1 leput] 'Ii 1
(Cln uit Court Seall
Ad.dm Kokm, i:-iiun-
11.1 N \> Uin \v-11U-
in- Flu
\ 1 -..1 ue) for PcllUoin 1
11/2-9-H
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
v,.T,.i.'irX:-:^.....:n .
,, ,,,l, .,..... .ell
v^'Mil, Av- Miami. Fla. .n.e.i'N ..
m^-'inmn.i'-r,-::v:.,.;'......5S
"......'" ANTONIO MAHO*.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Wh.rl.la
. .. Florida.
l-v..... Fi i'ln
j uii M !' I' mi 1
H in:u s lilu
,1 1. \ i- t Intea
Ni Ii" P-A
Vllernevs
1133 Is.,1 Com nun-' ll .'''., ,, u%_..~


Page 16-B
jmfefrlMUbn
Friday, November 23. m W
.Smart folks shop Food Fair for Qualify Foods
THE PRICES ARE REASONABLE EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK!
SAVE 3 WAYS!..HONEST VALUES!..BONUS SPECIALS!.. PLUS MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS!
DEL MONTE ALL TEMPERATURE
: Chunk Light laundry Detergent
TUNA I zfi CHEER
LIMIT 3 CANS PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CICARETTES
6%-OZ.
'AN
59
49-OZ.
PKG.
LIMIT ONE PKG.. PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
FOOD
FAIR

SUPERMARKETS
PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUNDAY. NOV. 2Sth
AT All FOOD FAIR STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
THE BEAUTIFUL GIFTS WILL HELP Y0'_
WITH THE HEAVY GIFTING SEASON
bMIMtMMPlj
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
)USDA(
$149
1
LB.
SIRLOIN STEAK,
US CHOICE WESTERN SI 59 U.S.CHOICE-WESTERN .. .-
Porterhouse Steak | Top Round Steak...................<. I
U.S. CHOICE WESTERN C *0 U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN ....
Bottom Round Roast L. $1 Sirloin Tip Roast wlm
USCHOlCf WESTERN U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN -
Chuck Roast......................lb 89c California Roast u. 1"
U S CHOICE WESTEKN .. U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
Boneless Crossrib Roast T9 London Broil sXSS .. $159
U.S. CHOICE-CRYOVAC ~g
NOW JUST AHEAD OF YOU!
CORNED BEEF BRISKETS
LB.
FLA. OR SHIPPED GRADE A
FRYER PARTS
89'
WHOLE IKIAStS WITH HIS
WHOLE LECS
THIGHS. DtUMSTICKS
EtESH
ICED
FLA. OR SHIPPED GRADE A
FRYER QTRS
49
LEC OK MEAST
QUARTERS
ERESH
ICEO
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
MOS- Oc 0U =*OOuCf IS NOT PREPACKAGE:
D THAT 'O'J CAN 80 EXACTLY WHAT YOU N? EO
MUSHROOMS
GARDEN 114 |C 16-OZ
FRESH
FLORIDA
PKG
Seedless Grapefruit 5 FOR 49c
U S. NO I
Delicious Yams.......................u. 19'
U S. NO I
White Boiling Onions i. 29'
GOOD FOR BAKING
ROME APPLES
4*. 89*
FIRM *
JUIC"
ALL FLAVORS. REGULAR
P.P. Brand Sodas
CONCENTRATED LIQUID
12-OZ.
CANS
BETTY CROCKER
Blueberry Muffin Mix
SO EASY TO FIX
Jiffy Biscuit Mix
KRAFT
Strawberry Preserves
PLANTATION PRIDE
Sweet Pickles
I37.-OZ.
PKG.
OOZ.
PKG
OOZ
JAR
16-OZ.
JAR
61c
65
43'
49'
LAUNDRY
DETERGENT
KRAFT ASSORTED
64-OZ.
Chef's Surprise Dinners \$l 67c
DELICIOUS
Dream Whip Topping tfi. 49
FLEISCHMANN S
LAVENDER FRAGRANCE
Yardley Soap *l 45c
LAVENDER FRAGRANCE
Yardley Soap 35c
Frozen Egg Beaters 'tfo 99
FROZEN
Buitoni Manicotti 'gg 76
8UITONI FROZEN
Egg Plant Parmagiana 'Sg 82
MASTER'S
ALL
FLAVORS
-oz.
CUPS
SCHO?R S
Kosher Sour Pickles
WISCONSIN HOLLANO STYLE BABY
QUART
..JAR
Gouda or Edam Cheese ?c.
69
63e
Cheez-bi*sON,ONHAVOONlY \g 39c
SUNSHINE _
Krispy Crackers l& 45
NABISCO *%*%^
Cheese Nips *&* 38c
k FLOUNDER FILLET
|]I|C SKINLESS
W W LB & BONELESS
IMPORTED AUSTRIAN SLICED
Alps Swiss Cheese..............SS 63c
ROMANO AND PARMESAN
Borden's Grated Cheese 42c
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