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"(Jewish Floridlian
jre 46 Number 49
Combining THE JEWISH UW/TY and THE JEWISH miKLY
Micmi. Florida Friday, December 7, 1973
Twc Sections Pricj 25 cents
Ben Gurion, Lion of Israel, is Dead
CfN,DAYAH
focus of blame
GtH. HtKZOG
just a commentofor
War of Generals,
Military Politics
NO CHANGE
Dayan Eyes
The Score
In Battle
My YITZHAK SHARGIL
and DAVID LANDAU
TEL AVIV Israeli Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan, in two
separate speeches last weekend,
said that little or nothing has
teen accomplished in the cease-
fire talks and warned that the
failure to reach a compromise
with Egypt augured ill for the
general peace conference in
Continued on Page *-A
See Demand Growing
For Ouster of
Day
an
JERSALEM (JTA) Pre-
mier Golda Meir cemandedand
gota vote of confidence from
Her Labor Party's Central Com-
mittee when it met here in a
grueling internal debate over na-
tional leadership in the aftermath
of the Yom Kippur War.
Defense Was Theme
Of His Vision for New
Jewish State Reborn
TEL AVIV(JTA) David Ben-Gurion died here Saturday at
the age of 87. The former Prime Minister and one of the founders of
the State of Israel was hospitalized Nov. 18 after suffering a stroke.
The country, already in shock
By YORAM KESSEL
London Chronicle Syndicate
It was during the crucial trans-
itory phase from underground
struggle tc nationhood that the
determination and skill of David
Een-Gurion established the basis
for transforming the voluntary,
semi professional and highly
politicized security organizations
which had existed under the
Mandate into a unified, profes-
sional and deocliticized army.
Israel's first Premier insisted
not only on the abolition of the
Palmach. the super strike-force
the Right-wing Revisionists) as
autonomous units, but even
achieved the eradication of the
influence cf Mapai, his own
party, from some units of the
Hagana.
THROUGH THE first two dec
ades of the state, the principle
of quick turnover among officers
Continued on Page 6-A
over the Yom Kippur War. was
thrown into additional shock and
grief by th? passing of the man
who was referred to by many as
either "BG" or the "old man."
THE DEATH of Ben-Gurion
signifies to many the end of an
epoch in Jewish and Zionist his-
tory an epoch that began with
the emigration of young pioneers
to Palestine imbued with the sin-
gular goal of establishing a home-
land for the Jewish people and
finding a way of living in peace
with its Arab neighbors.
Ben-Gurion lived to see the ful-
fillment of the first part of that
goal but died as the second part
began its first faltering steps after
the Yom Kippur War.
In one of his last appearances,
the 20th Bible contest in Jeru-
salem on Independence Day this
year, Ben-Gurion summed up his
credo thus:
"Four biblical passages consti-
tute Judaism, and are the secret
of its existence: Isaiah 45.7: I
the Lord do all these things.' Le-
viticus 19.18: -You shall love your
neighbor as yourself Isaiah 42.6:
I the Lord your God have called
you with righteous purpose I
have formed you and appointed
DAVID BtN-GURION
at rest in Negev
you to be a covenant to all peo-
ples and light for the nations.'
Isaiah 2.4 and Michah 2.3: -Nation,
shall not lift sword against na-
tion.' "
BEN-GURION continued by de-
claring that the future of the
Jewish people hinged on three
Continued on Page 12-A
POUCr SESSION MUCH MUDW THAW EXPKTCP
Labor Party Great Debate Fizzles:
What Israel Will and Won't Trade
with Party doves, some of whom
have demanded her resignation.
A vote of confidence for Mrs.
Meir is a vote for Dayan and
Galili, as the Premier has made
clear. .
The Party leadership is anxious
to avoid a schism with election
day little less than a month
away But there are strong ele-
ments in the Party that will seek
Continued on Page 6-A
Bv YITZHAK SHARGIL
and DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM The Labor
Party's great debate tensely
awaited all week as a landmark
confrontation between the party's
hawks and doves over the na-
tion's foreign and defense poli-
cies fizzled like a wet fire-
cracker.
The anti-climatic nature of the
event was apparent as soon as
it opened in the auditorium of
Tel Aviv's Ohel Theater when
Partv Secretary Aharon Yadlin
read a 14-point formula contrived
to be acceptable to everyone but
too vague and nebulous in Ian-
guace to stand as a firm state-
ment of national policy.
THE DOCUMENT Yadlin pre-
sented to the 600-odd members of
the Labor Party's Central Com-
mittee assembled in the hall rep
sented the collective efforts of
the party's feuding leadership
hawks and doves.
A 10-member ad hoc committee
consisting of the top level lead-
ership labored most of the day
to produce it. Many observers
agreed that its main purpose
apparenUy achieved was to
avert a grueling debate that could
But while Mrs. Meir may easily
fend off growing demands from
some Labor Party quarters for a
new leadership team, she may-De
rl^Knuckle Under, or
Moshe Dayan and her close ad-
have rent asunder the Labor
Party a little more than a month
before election.
The document was not immedi-
ately adopted, however. The 14
points have yet to be formulated
into a party platform plank, pre-
sumably replacing the Dayan-
Galili document that doves and
moderates consider too hard line.
The document says that Israel
will strive for peace through ne-
gotiations without preconditions
and without pressure from the
outside.
It stated that a peace settle-
ment must mean an end of all
hostility, blockades and boycotts
and must provide secure border.;
lhat can be defended.
ISRAEL WILL not return to
the borders of June 4, 1967. but
will seek to achieve final, secure
borders that will maintain the
Jewish character of the state
through compromise and negotia
tion.
Referring to Jordan, the policy
statement said that there must be
enly two independent states in
former Palestine Israel with
i's capital in a united Jerusalem
and an Arab state (Jordan-Pal-
Continued on Page 15-A
DEEPER UNDERSTANDING
Blockade At
'Bab9-Swap
For Sharm?
London Chronicle Syndicate
There Is a widespread notion,
much vaunted abroad, that
with the imposition of an effec-
tive Arab naval blockade at the
Bab el Mandeb entrance to the
Red Sea. Israeli control of Sharm
el Sheikh as a safeguard for Is-
rael's shipping routes to and from
Elath is a tactical anachronism.
A deeper understanding of
Sharm's place in Israel's strategic
thinkin1; illustrates both the
truth and yet the superficiality
of this assessment.
THE FUTURE of Sharm el
Sheikh is one of those issues now
Continued on Page 3-A
Else, Europe Told
nsor, Minister-Without-Portfol o
Israel Galiliwhich could lead o
a Labor Party crisis of historic
proportions, observers said.
THE POWERFUL "Gush" bloc
of the Party, the core of the
former Mapai faction, decided at
a meeting here to support Pre-
mier Meir rather than align itself
By EDWIN EYTAN
JTA Euroaean Bureau Chief
PARIS (JTA) West Ger-
man Chancellor Willy Brandt has
launched an appeal for European
solidarity "in the face of the
challenge which threatens our
very existence: the energy crisis.'
Throughout his talks with
Pompidou and in the toast he
proposed Nov. 25 at the Elysee
Palace state banquet, Brandt
called for a joint West European
stand. .
HE SAID that such a stand was
necessary to resolve the energy
crisis and for the sake of further
talks with the United States. The
French position, as made known
by official spokesmen Nov. 28 is
more reserved.
"France feels that European
unity must be treated as a whole
and not deal exclusively with the
oil shortage." the spokesman said.
The French also made it known
to Brandt that Holland has usu-
ally in the past opposed European
political unification and had al-
so reevaluated Its currency, the
Continued on Page 2-A
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V".
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Page 2-A
3e*istfkridiar
Friday, December 7, 1973
Europe Told to Knuckle Under
Continued from Page 1-A
florin, ;i few months ago without
taking into consideration or,, even
< -lilting its European partners.
'Ihe French thus feel that Eu-
should strive towards great-
er political unity and that other
1 --".ions would thus resolve
11. mselves.
It is bslieved that West Ger-
many has partially agreed to tht>
French thesis and will support
this stand next month in Copcn-
I Bgen at the forthcoming Euro-
pean summit conference.
Meanwhil". two Arab oil min-
isters called here Nov. 29 for
more direct European interven-
tion in the Middle East "to force
Israel to withdraw" from the oc-
cupied territories.
THE TWO, Algerian minister
for oil production and OPEC
1 evident Belaid Abdessalam.
and Sand Arabia's minister for
oil industries Ahmed /'aki Yam-
fin i, made their position known
i Ing meetings with President
Georges Pompidou. Foreign Min-
ister Mich.'! Jobert and on a num-
ber of radio and television inter-
Abdenalam and Vamani ar-
. here on the first leg a"
"explanati rj trip" which will
to London. Brussels,
Lome. Bonn and Washington.
In the course of a television in
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would not be shocked to see Eu-
ropean troops militarily intervene
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The two warned that unless Is-
rael withdraws or at least hands
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Arab countries will continue to
reduce their oil production by
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When told lhal the rest of Eu-
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towards Holland, the Algeri in
minister said: "We also feel soli-
darity towards our Palestinian
brethren and their situation is
tar worse than that of the Dutch."
Practically all the French of-
ficials they met. including the
newsmen who interviewed them,
stressed that the oil embargo
hits mainly Europe and Japan and
leaves practically untouched Is
rael's main ally America.
The ministers said that Amer
ica will increasingly feel the em
baryo and that "in any case it i
Europe's task to make it feel re
sDonsible for the world shortage.'
THEY ALSO said that Japan
will henceforth enjoy the treat-
ment accorded to Europe and
will not suffer any special short-
ages. -
Thry warned that should any-
country take counter-measures
"oil production would be imme
diately further reduced and could
be cut to zero." They also said
that the Arab states could use a
"monetary campaign" to hit
American and European econo
mics unless a solution to the Mid-
dle East crisis is found in the
near future.
It was announced Nov. 23i
in Brussels that the two minis
ten, are expected to hold talk?
with the foreign minister, Un-
economic affairs minister. EEC
Commission president, and EEC
Commission vice president who
is in charge of energy problems
Before this was announced, Bel
gian Foreign Minister Renaat van
Enslande told the Belgian Parlia
went that the government is call
ing on Israel to withdraw from
all occupied territory.
HE ALSO called for a "solu-
tion to the Palestinian problem'
and recognition of Israel's sov-
ereignty in conformity with
United Nations Security Counci1
Resolution 24?
'n Bonn. Dr. Erich Riedl, oppo-
sition Christian Social Union MP
called on the West German gov-
ernment to review its relations
with the Arab states in view of
recent events.
He said delivery should n-
Israel should not be tampered
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to arply its influence on the U.S.
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rjenisti fkrJdtan
Page 3-A
Bab el Mandeb Swap On Tap
Continued from Page 1-A
undergoing furious reassessment
(which was'under the influence
of the Left-wing kibbutzim), and
the Irgun (the military arm of
in Israel. The final importance
placed on it is likely to be deter-
minedmore than with most of
the other "territories in dispute"
by the kind of peace offered
to Israel and the end settlement
she can secure.
Sharm is where two previous
wars have started. Since then, it
has virtually been accepted that
there must be an Israeli presence
to protect the free passage of
shipping through the Straits of
Tiran and a land corridor along
the Gulf of Akaba linking Sharm
to Israel proper.
Tnis was previously the cate-
goric position of the dominant
stgment of the Labor Party, and
it reflected the almost instinctive
response of the general public.
In this last war, Israel did pos-
sess Sharmyet Elath has been
subjected to an effective block-
ade which has choked the towns
economy.
THE STRATEGIC implications
of the closure of Bab el Mandeb
the Gateway of Tearsby Arab
gunboats go beyond the im-
mediate Arab-Israel conflict since
the implication is that the Suez
Canal, if reopened, could also be
closed off at some future time,
and this fact is not lost on the
Soviet Union or the West. As the
Communications Minister, Shimon
Peres noted. "If you close your
eyes to one blockade, you are
inviting others elsewhere in the
world."
But within the specific context
of freedom of navigation to and
from Elath, the idea put forward
by some Israelis prior to the war
i#a,nd now gaining ground is what
is vital for Israel about Sharm
is not an Israeli presence, but an
Egyptian absence. When limited
simply to freedom of navigation
through the Straits of Tiran. a
token Israeli presence would be
insufficient to deter the Egyp-
tians in some future conflict
VITAL, IN this view, is that
Egypt would be deterred from
attempting to manipulate Sharm
for hostile ends only if it was
made sufficiently plain to her
that such a blockade would be
considered by Israel a definite
"easus belli"with the corollary
that Israel's deterrent capacity
be sufficient to make any Egyp-
tian leader think again about the
advisability of taking such a step.
Within this framework, certain
Israeli military analysts stress
that Sharm assumes significance
as pait of a potential offensive
thrust to be employed against
key elements in Egypt's own
strategic arenas, such as freedom
of shipping in the Gulf of Suez
up to a reopened Suez Canal or
against vital areas of Upper
Egypt, along the Red Sea, and
deeper inland.
Even if the present blockade
were to be "eased," future at-
tempts to exploit either South
Yemeni designs on Bab el
Mandeb or control of the Red
Sea as an "Arab lake" barred to
Israel, would be, if not counter
balanced, at least tempered by
a strategic Israeli presence at
Sharm.
ALTHOl'GH the entrance to
the Red Sea is 1,500 miles away
from Elath and difficult (though
not impossible) for Israeli units
to reach, the Gulf of Suez and
adjacent areas, are as it were,
only "around the corner" from
Siiarm. Such a consideration is
made more significant by the
apparent weakening, through the
collapse of her ties with Africa,
of any possibility that there
might be an Israeli strategic
presence in countries around the
horn of Africa, particularly
Ethiopia.
Israel's public stance on the
importance of Sharm remains
unchanged. But many officials,
in both the military and political
spheres, suggest that Israel's at-
titude in the future is very much
dependent on the kind of settle-
ment which can be effected with
Egypt.
GIVEN ONLY partial Arab
willingness to accept Israel's
existence as a factor in the Mid-
dle East, Sharm remains strate-
gically important. Israel, then,
would be unready to abandon
her military presence there. She
might, however, as some Minis-
ters have privately suggested, be
prepared to go along with an old
American idea of entering into
some sort of "leasing" arrange-
ment which acknowledged Egyp-
tian sovereignty.
Only in the event of real peace
does total demilitarization of
Sinai outweigh other strategic
factors enmeshed with the con-
tinued control of Sharm el
Sheikh. The realization is begin-
ning to gain ground that, if the
Egyptians can convince the Amer-
icans that they really want a
permanent settlement, Israel
would have difficulty in securing
demilitarization of Sinai, while
continuing to maintain an armed
hold on Sharm.
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Volume 46
Friday, December 7, 1973
The Lion is Dead
David Ben-Guiion i* dead. If there is a Lion cl
Israel, Hen-Gurion was it.
It was Ben-Gurion who put the spark of life
into the Zionist dream, bringing to its philosophy the
courage of action.
The United Nations voted for partition of Pal-
estine in 1948, but then demanded that Israel wait
for the British to vacate the mandate before pro-
claiming her statehood.
Ben-Gurion, ever the visionary, ever the prac-
ticed politician, brought these seemingly opposite
characteristics to his iron-willed determination to
announce statehood immediately.
Even his enemies, and he made many during
his lifetime, will agree that the Lion was also a
desert fox the wily and tough commander of a
people who would after 2,000 years of suffering no
longer be denied iheir right to go home.
Withal, Ben-Gurion was a seeker of detente in
this century long before it was fashionable to knit
political schisms. In his dying days, it is said that
Ben-Gurion's greatest satisfaction was hearing that
Israelis and Egyptians were meeting facs-to face at
Kilometer 101 to try to resolve their differences.
Boycott is an Answer
Leaders cf the American Jewish Congress picketed
the Japan Camera Show in New York last week to protest
Japan's submission to the Arab oil blackmail.
But AJCongress officials were guick to explain that
they are not calling for a boycott of Japanese goods, merely
protesting "Japan's failure to stand fast with the U.S. in re-
sisting pressure to fall in line with Arab policy."
We applaud the Congress for its effort, but wonder
why it drew the line at demanding a boycott.
It seems clear to us that economic warfare is what the
Arabs have launched against Israel and anyone who has
ever voiced even a single sympathetic word for the Israelis.
If that is true, then boycott should be the answer for
anyone with goods and services to sell who support the
Arab boycott or who knuckled under to it.
The Japanese camera industry, we are certain, is well
supported by American photographers, and for good rea-
son. Their products are outstanding.
But that should make them all the more vulnerable.
So are French perfume and wine vulnerable.
So is the Russian ballet, or the latest Russian fiddler or
pianist.
Americans who support them by buying their goods
and services (or who visit these countries on their vaca-
tions) are the enemies of Israel.
Miinichs are Bitter
Munich has taught Europe absolutely nothing.
Of all peoples, the French should have understood
the lesson better than anyone.
Still, when Saudi Arabia's minister for oil industries,
Ahmed Zaki Yamani, told Georges Pompidou last weak
that unless Europe knuckles under to Arab demands con-
cerning Israeli withdrawals, "oil production would be im-
mediately further reduced and could be cut to zero." the
French led the European exercise in cowardice by guaking
in their boots.
Or, perhaps it should be no surprise that Europe has
learned nothing particularly that the French have not
learned the lesson of Munich at all.
The French were their own Munich during World War
II, refusing to fight to protect their freedom because they
couldn't stand thinking of bombs hitting Paris.
Munichs never turn out well. One day, and soon,
France particularly and Europe generally will have to
cope with the bitter fruit of the latest Munich they are
planting in the Arab vineyard.
Jerusalem as Major Concession
rpHE SELL-out lock place the
minute it was clear thai Is-
rael could not in the WS
Tnr nu.-n-.-irntl had to >'- reBup]
by ih" Americans.
Thi compi omise l I ir iel s in-
ch pendence -- to the extent thai
she ever was independent of U.S.
pn ure on her decision making
po were.
THE PRICE is being paid now.
h cosl is will not be
until aft< r Israel's national i
lions Dec, 31.
\n government, no candidal
running for office '> it in-
.
Mimllin
i,. bli sufl the political toll
then to hav-
. m Messenger
iger.
6nrmQ*pqnrj
dudes Prime Minister Meir. |
That is why Geneva, if :'
i> a Geneva, will bo little
; ,n an exercise in Beating
rangements of adversaries.
But already at this time, tl
can he no doubt that a:
the concessions Israel will ine
ably be pressured to make, i
one on Jerusalem looms as
largest.
NO LESS a laundered
than Sen. Fulbright has air
gone on record that the wh
world is interested in Jerus
it's pretty tub
\ ( so formidable a num1
in the end what can bra '
termination never to budg
Jerusalem mean?
the b ginning in !94
one really tolerated very i
fortablv Israel's occupatioi
New City.
i! : occupation of the Old C
after the 196" Six-Day War m;
have given Israel the sense
finally fulfilling the Z
dream and giving meanh
the vow: Next year in Jeru-
Bl'T FOR the world at larg .
that was merely a signal that Is
rael could not be permitted a
tional presence in Jerusalem al-
together let alone to ide
it as her capital.
The Times Literary Supple.....
review of two books on the arc
tecture of Jerusalem I discussed
here in two previous column]
(TI.S. Nov. 2, 1973, No. 3.73
emphasizes the issue from
point of view.
In the first column. I ar
that the TI.S review plays down
the I rehiteeture and highlights a
spurious history of Israel's oec
nation of Jerusalem, not to men-
tion an anti-Semitic approach I)
Continued on Page 11-A
COMMENT
a JMMItmi
COME FRIENDLY readers haw-
expressed concern that I lost
my "cool" in recent columns. One
was particularly concerned that I
had renounced my status as a
"bleeding-heart liberal" even
though he recognized thai th
reference was to my old concern
for the economic stability and
military safety for what we once
used to call the "free western
world" and not a genera! retreat
It is true that I no longer can
conceal my distaste for the Brit
ish and French governments, or
the benighted African states
which arc now biting the Israeli
hands which fed them. When I
read that 16 of them recently is-
sued a statement labeling Israel
a "racist minority regime" (alone
with Portugal. South Africa and
Rhodesia) and called for eco-
nomic, as well as diplomatic sanc-
tions against Israel and any na-
tion helping it. I dug up Benja-
min Disraeli's classic response to
Irishman O'Donnell:
"VKS, I am s Jew. and when
the ancestors of the right honor-
able were brutal savages in an
unknown island, mine were
priests in the Temple ol Sol .
mon." Particularly fitting for the
I.ion of Jiidah. Haile Selassie,
whose ancestor returned to iIn-
land with the seed of King Sol >
mon in her!
Parenthetically, Judati Benja-
min made somewhat the same ob-
servation to a U.S. Senator in his
day:
"The gentleman will please re-
member that when his half-civi-
lized ancestors were hunting the
wild boar in the forests of Si
mine were the princes of the
earth."
These defenses give us comfort
but also make us realize as so
many of us have forgotten that
the special rule of the Jew is
never ending,
HISTORICALLY, as has been
written by wiser men than I, the
Jews are trapped into positions
that are neither part of the
masses nor the power structure.
\\ e thus face assaults from the left
for being powerful and from the
right fur plotting to overthrow
the structure, and we are really
not in a position to do either.
It is sadly ironic that as mil-
lions face starvation this year in
Mali. Mauritania. Chad, Senegal.
Niger, Upper Volta and Ethiopia,
their lead srs can speak of "eco-
nomic sanctions" as ordered by
their new Arab masters against
the one nation in the Middle
F,ast which has given of its ex-
pertise and money in order to
alleviate the brutally savage con-
ditions under which most of them
live. And. surely, when Burundi
adds its name to a document ac-
cusing other nations os being "ra-
cist minority regimes," it must
have forgotten that only a year
ago its mine group a mi'no,..
itv tribe massacred over 100.-
000 other tribesmen in that un-
happy state.
In a most perceptive artid" on
'The Survival of the Jews" in
the latest issue of "The renter"'
magazine, Emil Fackenheim
points out thai the true meaning
o the emancipation slo
;" Jews "as men' everv
thing, and to them "as Jews"
nothing. is no longer in doubt
J must either disappear as
Jews or else continue onlj to be
tolerated, even in the modern
w irld. "However"
jwl is itself no '
"AS FOR the State of Israel, it
served notice by Its very exist-
Lv WARD (MB
ence that it would no longer I
erate it. Yet it is precisely this
notice which the world finds hard
to accept, or even to tot
Here lie the roots of the still ;>
sisting ambivalence toward
Jewish state."
It is this ambivalence v.
leads to African statements
the kind of United Nations pos-
ture which views white Afl
racism as a matter of interna-
tional concern but Soviet an
Semitism as an "internal affair
It is the ambivalence which led
tins country to turn aw$y t'1 '
Jews escaping from HiljcrN
and fire chambers and welc i
Hungarians and Cubans-rur.
from Communist oppression '
saintly Mahatma Gandhi; in
expressed his sympathy ,fir ".
German Jews but attacked Zion-
ism and urged Jews to stand fasl
and "convert (the Nazis) to
appreciation of human dignity
SINCE NO one wanted the
Jews of Middle Europe, they ha I
no choice but Jo stand the"
around. They neither convert
the Nazis to an appreciation
"human dignity" nor. it is^orrv
oiis. has there -been much i
in this area for'most-of th
of the old world or that which so
i roudly called itself the "Third"
World" as a sign of free
from the horrors and jni*h Is
of the old.
In mv files I have kept a se-i-
from Abba Eban.wh'.
spoke of the possibility p-
Irawal of supoort unless Is-
accepted the Rogers map, fr
a "peaceful" MiddUfElit '
tion mu=t be capable of *;".i" ":i
le," he said several y*ari
ago.
Aren't we all?


Eriday, December 7. 1973
*Jenisf> fhridHar,
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Orthodox Seek No Reward for Belief
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Your recent editorial entitled
"Orthodox" Gas Solution" clearly in
dicates a lack of understanding as
to what 'orthodoxy" is all about
Certainly, we are all entitled to
observe the "tenets" of our re-
ligion any way we choose. Cer-
tainly, we should not criticize our
co-religionists who happen not to
be Shomer Shabbat. But to insinu-
ate that those who observe the
Sabbath look for rewards in any
form is to completely ignore the
fact that the observance of the
Sabbath is the reward in itself.
BARRY D. SCHREIBER
North Miami Beach
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
Now that we are spared from ;
further Kisses of our men and re-
sources in Vietnam, the Russians
have set a new trap for us. and the j
imflieations now unfolding are far:
more devastating.
We are witnessing the spectre of ]
our friends each running in thir|
i direction to curry favor with:
t!-. Arabs, and the resultant col-1
lape of Western unity. This unity:
OlUSl be restored.
IF IT can be conceded that the
Russians still retain their long-
C. I
OUR
READERS
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Hi
range objective of world domina-
tion, then the strings they pulled
in Vietnam were child's play com-
pared to their present operations
with the Arabs. Aside from
Europe's dependence on Arab oil,
even we cannot render ourselves
self-sufficient for at least five
years.
Can we dare be so naive to be-
lieve that Russia would allow us
this time to regain our oil inde-
pendence, and they thereby lose
the advantage and opportunity to
seize world domination, which now
appears to be moving closer to
their grasp? This same magnani-
mous Russia which massively armed
Egypt and Syria, trained their men.
planned their strategy and then
true to her style, pulled out and
What do doctors
recommend
for patients in pain?
1 let the Arabs fight the war for her i
benefit.
It is clear that if the Arabs had
prevailed, the real winner would
have been Russia, under whose I
, control tiie major energy supplies
' of the wond would then unqucs
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viable nations will be hopelessly
and irreparably impaired.
The U.S. and its allies must im
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of achieving the internationalist
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9-Jenlstfkwkfl^r
Friday. December 7, 1973
Militarists in Israel's Politics p/<
.^^ssr^^ms^
Continued from Page 1-A
and the capacity of the economy
and society to absosb successfully
those senior officers released
from the forces, combined with
the reserve service system anci
the Army's professionalism,
strengthened and institutional-
ized the civilian control of the
armed services which Ben-Gurion
ha.1 established.
It also ensured that active in-
tervention by the Israel Defense
Force; in politics was obviated.
However, many of these high and
essential concepts were endan-
gered by the evolution of phe
nomena highlighted, but by nc
means created, by what is Wmv
called the "war of the generals'
which has followed in the wake
of the Yom Kippur War.
The source of a number of
negative trends are beiieved by
some to date backironically
to the striking success of the
Army in the Six-Day War. As a
result of that war. there has been
a tendency to see Israel's ca-
pacity to determine her future
in terms only of her military
strength and without considera
tion of other factors.
There sprang from this aston
ishing military victory an almost
blind admiration for the armed
forces and their senior comman-
ders.
IN TURN, the allure with
which they were imbued seemed
to increase the ambition of re-
tiring officers to become actively
involved in the nation's political
life, reversing the trend of the
previous 20 years in which only
a few former military men.
among them Moshe Dayan and
Yigal Allon, sought political ca-
reers.
What was unprecedented In
this last war was not only that
many of the senior officers called
up "from the reserves were
politically active (one analyst has
put their strength at 21 per cent
of the officer corps), but that
manv of them pursued, if not
actively then subconsciously,
their political viewpoints while
in uniform.
Political and military doctrine
were thus integrated in the field
and under fire and later given
public expression through va-
rious indirect (and. under Army
rules, illegal) channels once the
ceasefire was called.
Dayan Ouster Demand Growing
Continued from Page 1-A
to have its pre-war platform
the so-called Galili document on
defense and foreign policy
quietly shelved and replaced by
something less hard-line that will
fctress peace prospects.
There has been talk of setting
up a new drafting committee to
produce a fresh policy plank with
all three Lab >r factionsMapai.
Achdut Avodah and Rafishar-
ing the authorship.
NO ONE can say for certain
whether Mrs. Heir will go along
with this o" whether Dayan and
his supporters will agree. If not,
and if the "Gush" bloc decides
nevertheless to support the Party
(i. -' di mands for policy-
changes, a full scale crisis seems
unavoidable. Meanwhile, Dayan
appears to be in serious political
trouble.
He has emerged as the focus
of blame for the army's state of
unpreparedness when Egypt and
Syria attacked Oct. 6. Parti-
cipants in the "Gush" meeting
stress the need for a new security
platform to present to the voters
Dec. 31 and urge that changes
be made in the composition of
the new Cabinet that will take
office after the elections. While
no names are mentioned, it is
dear that Dayan is considered a
prime candidate for replacement.
DAYAN'S resignation has been
demanded openly by a group of
senior armv reserve officers com-
prising the "Etgar" (Challenge)
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faction within the Labor Party.
They said that since the Defense
Minister was responsible for the
preparedness of the army and
security network in the first
phases of the war he should draw
the proper conclusions.
There were some differences
within the group as to whether
Dayan should resign now or later.
The officers adopted a resolution
calling for changes in the next
Cabinet and the selection of
ministerial candidates before the
elections. Another group of some
60 Labor Party members and
supporters have signed a petition
demanding Dayan's resignation.
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day newn in the Friedlanel Ball-
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Dr. Lehman's review of th< St
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Paqa 7-A
Dayan Analyzes Yom Kippur Campaign
Continued from Page 1A
Geneva.
The Geneva conference, rf it*
takes place, will find the two
sides locked in confrontation po-
sitions, he said. He warned that
the resumption of fighting was
by no means to be ruled out. The
Arabs are "tough, stubborn and
ambititious this time as never be-
fore. They feel strong militarily
with their replaced equipment
and politically with their oil
threats and cutbacks and their
achievements in winning world
sympathy away from Israel,"
Dayan said in addresses to a Joint
Israel Appeal mission from Brit-
ain and the Israel Bar Associa-
tion here.
ACCORDING TO Dayan, Israel
has made strenuous efforts to
reach a compromise with Egypt
but so far has failed to negotiate
a breakthrough. Egypt apparently
is demanding a major pullback
of Israeli forces from the west
and east banks of the Suez Canal
Kings Bay Owners
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Cltlb owners Phil Revitz. Steven
Kneapler and Ahn Govdisch spon-
sored a recent cocktail party and
meeting in behalf of the Combined
Jewish Appeal and Israel Emer-
gency Fund attended by more than
200 club members.
The main address was delivered
by Mr. Reviiz, who described him
self as a man who has been "re
converted to the cause of Israel."
Guest speakers were Maj. Yorarr
Adar, an officer in the Israeli Air
Farce who is presently serving as
Air Attache with the Israel Em-
bassy in Washington, and Dr. Sol
Center, a Miami physician who
spent 10 days in Israel as a volun-
teer surgeon during the Yom Kip-
pur War.
Morton Silberman, genera! chair-
man of the Grent >r Miami Jewish
Federation's 1074 CJA-IEF cam
paign. presided at the meeting.
Dr. Herbert M, Baumgard, spirit-
ual leader of Temple Beth Am.
recited Kaddoish in memory of the
1.851 Israelis who lost their lives
in the most recent conflict.
to the Mitlah and Hiddi passes in
niid-Sinai which would put the
#canal out of range of Israeli ar-
tillery.
It was learned that the latest
Israeli proposal is for Egypt to
withdraw its heavy armament
from the east bank of the canal,
replacing it with a lightly armed
policing force. Israel would agree
to Egypt sending technicians and
management personnel to the east
bank for the purpose of clearing
the Suez Canal and restoring it to
operation. Israel for its part
would withdraw from the west
bank and allow lightly armed
Egyptian policing forces into the
area it now controls.
IN HIS speeches, Dayan took
a very hard line on Israeli with-
drawal from occupied Arab terri-
tories, defended Premier Golda
Meir as one of "the best leaders"
Israel has and said he was not
contemplating resignation. He al
so assailed what he called inex-
pert and ill-informed media writ-
ers who drew unfavorable com-
parisons between the Israeli
Army's achievements in the Yom
Kippur War and what it accom-
plished in the Six Day War of
1967.
DAYAN CAUTIONED Israel
against accepting something call-
ed peace which would in fact
undermine Israel's security. He
said he did not believe the Arabs
have changed their aims or mo-
tivations in the short weeks since
they launched their war, and
what they failed to achieve by
military means they now seek to
achieve through a peace confer-
ence.
"We have no control over the
launching of war by the Arabs or
their assassination of our prison-
ers, but it does depend on us
whether the rush to Geneva will
produce a conference of retreat
or capitulation," Dayan said. The
fate and future of the Jewish
state hangs in the balance, he
noted.
"We must not agree to the
^runkpn and twisted pre-1967
lines if we do not want to see this
country doomed," Dayan warned.
He said Israel must decide now
what it will not give up under
any circumstances whether under
pressure or in return for guaran-
tees.
"Whv do the Americans talk
of offering us guarantees?" Dayan
asked. "Because they know as
well as we do that the borders
they contemplate will not be de-
fensible," he said.
DAYAN PRAISED U.S. mili-
tary aid which he said was plen-
tiful and very much appreciated
But he expressed apprehension
over the dilfcrences with Wash-
incton on political issues and
urged Israel to stand firm for
its basic interests. He said in bit
personal view, Israel must under
all circumstances retain the Golan
Heights, military control of the
Jordan River. Sharm el-Sheikh
and the radar network on the
Nablus (weal bank) hills. He said
that Israel has the military
strength to stand fast on its es-
sential security requirements. "It
is the spirit of the nation that will
determine how we go to Geneva,"
he said.
He conceded that Israel could
not ignore the Arab oil pressures
and the consequent U.S. efforts
to come to terms with the Arab
world. "I hope the key to U.S.
peace ideas is not to force Israeli
withdrawals," he said. "Israel
must not be the victim of Japan's
or any other nation's need for
oil. For Israel the question of
withdrawal and boundaries is one
of life or death," Dayan said.
ACCORDING TO Dayan. Israel's
military victories in the Yan
Kippur War were on a mo 'ii
larger scale than in the Six-Day
War. He said that in 196". E^ypt
lost 750 of 1.000 tanks and 180
out of 750 pianes. In the Y >m
Kippur War. it lost 1.000 of 2330
t.i'ik, and 840 out of 880 plane:!.
Syria's losses in 1967 were 100
out of 460 tanks and 45 out of
95 planes.
This time, tne Syr'ans iost 1.100
of 2.700 tanks and 200 of 410
planes, Dayan said.
But he warned that both E?ypt
and Syria were returning to full
strength thanks to the resupoly
of the Soviet Union and other"
nations which he did not name
Nevertheless, he said, the Israeli
forces were strong enough to
maintain their present positions
and defeat all of the Arab states
combined if another war broke
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*"Jenislii tmridii3r
Friday, December 7. 1973
1
No Cease Fire On Human Needs' Is Greater
-
The Day of Atonement War needs today, the 1974 CJA-1EF ef
gave the world 18 days of grave| fort is now under way. This is the
MORTON SIIBERMAN
crisis that directly affected each
and every one of us." said Morton
Silberman, chairman of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's 1974
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign.
'Yet for Israel and for all the
Jewish people," he declared, "the
real crisis is only just beginning
ind it will last for many more
weeks and months."
Because of the increased human
method by which the Jewish com-
munity of Greater Miami can pro
vide the people of Israel with the
help they need most.
"Even prior to the war," said
Mr Silbeiman. "nearly 80 per cent
if Israel's tax revenues were spent
on necessary defense. Bui the life-
or death emergency created by
emergencies, it is the innocent
people who must bear the conse-
quents.
"During the first two weeks of
October even during the heav-
iest fighting thousands of new
immigrants arrived in Israel from
the Soviet Union. They all require
immediate assistance in the form
of housing. language and job re-
training, care for the elderly and
the war caused a tremendous strain handicapped, and medical atten-
on all of Israel's resources, human ,'on-
anil financial. And as in most "Many are professionals un-
MRS. C(l GRHNSPON
Ell TIMONfR
MRS. TOBY (RlEDLAtlD
DR. UON KROHISH
MRS. RICHARD LEVY
MRS. REVA WEXUR
MRS. NORMAN UPOff
MRS. MORTON GiTTIS
RICHARD I. EURMAH
BARRY HAIMAN
ROBERT H. TRAURIG
MRS. COLDIE GOLDSTEIN HOWARD R. SCHARUN
Sephardic Jeivish Center Plans
Chanukah Party CJA-IEF Benefit
The Sephardic Jewish Center of
Miami Beach, located at 645 Col
lins Ave., will host a gala Chan-
ukah Party Sunday. Dec. 16. at the
Barcelona Hotel.
The party will take place on
behalf of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation's 1974 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund.
Chanukah Workshop
Rabbi Nathan Zolondek will con-
duct a Chanukah workshop at the
Sunday morning family breakfast
planned by the Sisterhood of Tem-
ple Tifereth Jacob Dec. 16 start-
ing at 9:30 a.m.
All members of the Sephardic
congregation, as well as the many
Sephardic visitors to the Miami
area, are invited to enjoy the
party, according to congregation
president Isaac Habif.
The gala dinner dance, which
will begin at 7:30 p.m., will be
preceded by a cocktail party at
6:30 p.m. The evening will in-
clude an exciting musical pres-
entation, with the participation of
many guest artists.
Rabbi Sadi Nahmias, spiritual
leader of the Sephardic Jewish
Center, will speak on the topic of
"Maccabees of Ancient Times and
the Maccabees of Today."
For reservations, phone the
Sephardic Jewish Center.
RABBI SADI NAHMIAS
able to become productive mem-
bers of Israeli society without
knowledge of Hebrew and other
local requirements. Many are large
families in need of child care serv-
ices and job skills.
The Day of Atonement War
caused far more damage than that
evident to those of us living in
oilier parts of the world. For in-
stance:
A number of immigrant hous-
ing developments were partially
destroyed by shelling. These dislo-
cated families had to be provided
with immediate housing, putting a
strain on the already crucial hous-
ing shortage.
More and more women are
entering the labor force to replace
mobilized servicemen. So there
less to staff day care centers and
nurseries, which were already ox-
periencing a personnel shortage be-
fore the war.
Hundreds of teachers, t
irkers and professionals remain
mobilized, putting a great .-train on
< i ryd 13 life in cities and vel
mint towns.
Ml immigrant absorption cen-
ters a;e full beyond capacity. Mi
new arrival" have been plac d I
r irarilj -. i:'i friends and roll I -
but S ii 1. ws continue to
al an even greater rate than
fore.
Large numbers ol chronically
ill, 1 'ft alone when relatives i
ca'led 'o the front, have hai! to be
placed in nursing homes for full-
time attention.
Job retraining for able-b
Soviet immigrants (including skil
ed professionals) has had to be
postponed due to lack of r.v
power. Stays at absorption centers.
therefore, become longer and more
expensive.
All institutions of higher
learning have postponed their
school years, causing a great set-
back to student and teachers, espe-
cially immigrants hoping to resume
their careers as professors and
scientists.
It is harvest season for the
important cotton, citrus and apple
crops. With no manpower to do
the harvesting, the potential eco-
nomic damage to agricultural set-
tlement- and to the nation is tre-
mendous.
These are only a few examples
of aspects of the crisis now faci: -
Israel. The CJA-IEF is also the
major community-wide campaign
through which Miamians help I)
support more than 20 local agen-
cies and services (in the areas of
group and individual services. Jew-
ish education, culture and religion,
health and institutional care and
services to youth and the elderly),
and dozens more on the national
and international level all gear-
ed to meet humanitarian needs.
Assisting Mr. Silberman as ad-
visors to the chairman are Harry
A. Levy, 1973 chairman, and Rob-
ert Russell, immediate past presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
Vice chairmen of the 1974, cam-
paign are Stephen Muss and Eli
Timoner. Dr. Leon Kronish, Dr.
Irving Lehrman and Robert H.
Traurig are serving as associate
chairmen.
Other key leaders of the Greater '.
Miami Jewish community making
up the 1974 CJA-IEF steering com-
mittee are: Howard R. Scbarlin.
Pacesetter chairman: Charles H.
Rosenberg, Advance Gifts chair-
Assistant County Attorney Ger-' man; Barry Haiman. Advance Gifts
aid Lewis will be installing of- i cochairman: Peter Goldrtng. tfinv c
ircer at the Bi-cayne Democratic ald F Lefton and Frank Schneider,.
ling in the Washington In't'a' Gifts chairmen: Mel.'Rartz-
mer and Herbert A. Bernstein, Ini-
tial Gifts chairmen; Mel TCaxtzmer
and Herbert A. Bernstein, Initial
Gifts cochairmen; Herbert Sadkin,
Builders chairman; Irving L. Wex-
ler. Home Functions chairman;
Kenneth Schwartz and Carl Zwer-
ner. North Dade chairman, and
Richard I. Furman, South Dade
chairman.
Representing the Women's Divi-
sion of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation in the 1974 CJA-IEF
campaign are Mrs. Irving L. Wex
ler, Women's Division presiflentr
Mrs. Leonard Friedland, Women's
MEL KATZMAN
MRS. M. WEINBERGER
Gerald Leivis
To Install Slate
Of Democrats
Federal, 1234 Washington Ave.;
Monday at 8 p.m.
The follow.ng officers will be
installed for the coming vear Lar-
ry Taylor president; Abe Hirsch-
ok and sol Ruh. vice presidents;
Ida Roih. treasure:; Ruth
Schwartzberg. recording secretary;
Ruth Stetzer, corresponding sec-
retary, and Charles Swartzberg
sergeant-at-arms. 6'
Lewis, a former State Repre-
ssive f0r Daae c
a so discuss his work in the Coun-
yt Attorney's ofiice.
Refreshments will be served

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Miami's CJA-IEF Campaign Slogan For 1974
CHUMS ROSfNBtRG
VONALD IEH0.1
FRANK SCHNf/DER
CARL ZWftNCR
IRV/NG I. WXUR hR8RT BE* MSTffN PfTfR GOLORING
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i campaign chairman; Mrs.
I D. Levy, Advance Gifts
p Mrs. Morton Weinbcr^i'i".
Rifts chairman; Mrs. Sol
in and Mrs. Ce>l Grcon-
Vliami Rnach coordinators;
M i Gettis, North Dnilo co-
tor and Mrs. Norman I.iooff
im Roi.'n. South Dadc
i it rs,
"vPcts n8rlv 50.000
-fit< (levins the foil-
i-" :';{ Mr. Silberman, "Im
->h ^r-'tion enters are ;>i
l hcvond their capacity,
... ,. noo*-!" were s'ream-
f .-i the Soviet Vninn hy
I. even during the



, mPT ,ncv g ji (anc<>
now hinj( in:';'' ted
I f .; in.- who hav> been es-
hard hit bv the recent
.- Mm I of thovo nre new
with inrse fami'io: and
m',om"'i M!llion* of doll'r-
irtvided auiokly -> thai
,,,;,. __ and tho Stat" of
cin continue to survive.
i'i'>rT"dented seal of soir
v i. recently announcd for
..,!< m Jewish community
1074. Included in this ?onl
S7S0 million need"d to aid
!irin Dro?rams in Israel.
" | mi'lion to meet the n"ed-
I and national agencies and
- Including those in Great-
- iml
1 P mth Florida, the C\ \-
1 e ar" faeine in 1974.'
?Phrman. "is far greater
nth*r >n th 35-vear hi*
the Greater Miami .T*wih
linn TH ic ""t a I>r" \R
.,. pkcpi.p "--1 Thre
nnrovimatelv 200.000 Jewish
i i Pnd" County, and our
ja' is !o reach "ach and every
f.>r a meaningful aift.
This enal must be mt if manv
on-'.'oi"? senses in Israel
I to uffer erio"s ctbaei<=
nvmtion! If we should fa-1
onsequnces would h unto'd
niff"rin2. Immi'Tant*
I 1)- without the means to
new I'vew in Israel and =n
would be without her Hfr
YnurvJ npoole and senior
ins, as weli as sick and trou-
Jews here in Dade County
i I ho wHhoyt the services
h can mak'e their lives more
kanincful and helo them to hn
Muctive members of the commu-
' y
1Jnnreeedenti>d aivinT to the
A IFF camoaisn in 1974 is the
Ms) imnortant way in whieh we
, ourflee the neoole of Israel
i lews in need throughout the
Wto in the difficult davs that lie
Mr. Silberman declared.
htti B'rith Launchinq
Hve To Conserve Enerqv
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i'toan and vouth power in a cam-
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"ie organization's Commission
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man
Two Ruths: They Gave of Themselves as Sacrifice for the Land
(i.'T'HE LAST Escape," by Ruth
Kluger, and Peggy Mann
(Doubleday 4 Co., $10, 518 pp.)
is the story of Ruth Kluger and
her role in Aliyah Bet, the il-
legal immigration which was
parti of B'riha. "The Last Es-
cape" has all the elements of a
suspenseful novel with one
difference; it is essentially true.
Peggy Mann, the comely and
talented young writer and com-
piler of the account, obviously
felt a great deal of empathy with
the real heroine. Ruth's exploits
are concerned with the acquisi-
tion of the secret ships which
brought 200,000 illegal immi-
grants to Palestine during the
two years prior to the establish-
ment of the state.
THE LAUNCHING of this
largest secret rescue mission of
all times succeeded because the
Mossad membership knew no
fear, were daring and because
Ruth possessed a regal bearing
and she knew how to manipu-
late people.
Ruth Kluger was born in Rus-
sia in 1914, learned to speak
eight languages and studied law
at th University of Vienna.
She then came to Palestine to
be a kibbutznik. She married
and left her kibbutz but con-
tinued to work for the Hista-
drut and resided in Tel Aviv.
The first two chapters strike
the note of the book.
For me. the resume of the
Evian Conference on Refugees
(Jewish) and the narration of
the hypocritical comments of
the 32 Christian nations, (in-
cluding the U.S.A.) as to why
they could do nothing to save
the Jews, deserves to be retold
so that all may be reminded
that niuch of the blood of the
six million stains the hands of
these Christians.
THERE IS a certain amount
of pretentiousness in some of
the personal accounts which is
abetted, we believe, bv the
imaginative co-author. The 19
arnendices make an invaluable
addition to the book. The last
of these concerns Rumania and
Conference of Small Town Jews
Yields Battery of Conflicting Dala
OME FIVE per cent of American Jewry between 250,000
and 300,000 Jews most of them third generation Americans,
live in small towns and their proportion has been "reasonably
stable in recent years," a conference of 150 representatives of
small-town Jewish communities was told recently by a sociologist.
The conference attended a thrce-dav meeting, sponsored at
the University of .Maryland at College Park by B'nai B'rith. to
assess the status and future of Jewish life in such towns. The
participants included teen-agers drawn from the small-town chap-
ters of B'nai B'rith.
THE SOCIOLOGISTS, Dr. Jacob Lindenthal, of Rutgers Uni-
versity, also said that too little was known about Jewish life in
such isolated communities "to jump to easy conclusions or sweep
ing generalizations" about Jews in such communities. ^
His warning was dramatized by the frequently opposing
Viewpoints expressed on the problems of such Jewries by the
conference participants. These views ranged from "there is more
Judaism per square Jew in the small town than in the big city"
o gloomy predictions that rural Jewries faced ultimate disap-
tearance.
Agreement was expressed that there was a strong will for
Jewish survival. One-third of the participants reported their fel-
low-Jews were "very active" in Jewish affairs, two-thirds said
"somewhat active" and only one participant said his Jewish towns-
men were "not involved."
IN MANY small towns, the conference was told, every Jew-
ish family responded to fund appeals for Israel in the current
Mideast crisis, and it was indicated that much higher proportions
of small town Jews supported United Jewish Appeal emergency
drives and Israel Bond campaigns than did urban Jews. But the
conferees also agreed that pro-Israel activity alone was not
enough to sustain a viable Judaism.
Apart from that area of agreement, the participants ex-
pressed considerable differences. One overriding concern was
that of "dwindling numbers." But. while one-half of the con-
ferees said their communities were losing population, the others
reported cither stable or increased communities.
An analysis of such reports, restricted to "autonomous com-
munities" self-contained towns where Jews both work and
live, as against "bedroom communities" which are satellites of
nearby large cities seemed to indicate that the growing com-
munities were often college towns or those to which a major
industry or plant had moved, bringing with it Jewish scientists,
technicians and administrative employees.
CITED AT almost every conference workshop was the lim-
ited social environment for small town Jewish youth, leading to
excessive interdating and Jewish losses to assimilation, with much
mixed marriage. But other conferees said that was a two-way
street in which the non-Jewish spouse more often than not con-
verted to Judaism. One participant said that "the converts may
be the reason our town has a stable Jewish population."
Small town Jewries were reported to be surprisingly innova-
tive. Conferees were told about local arrangements for circuit-
riding rabbis and teachers, the busing of children to towns with
better Sunday School facilities, shared time use of the same syna-
gogue for traditional and liberal worship services, and the coop-
erative purchase of kosher food from distant cities.
Dr. Lindenthal proposed a system of regional cooperation,
coupled with intensive research on small-town Jewish life, as
more meaningful than the conference, which he called "a clinic
without experts." in which "both patients and doctors were prac
ticing a kind of folk medicine" to solve the problems of small
town Jews.
He said his regionalism approach involved an organized pool-
ing of religious, educational, cultural and social resources to ease
the shortage of facilities and activities needed to keep a Jewish
community viable.
will be revelatory to many read-
ers.
* *
"AND PERHAPS The
Story of Ruth Dayan," by Ruth
Dayan and Helga Dudman (Har-
court, Brace, Jovanovich, $6.95
236 pp.) is the account of Moshe
Dayan's first wife as a pioneer,
wife, mother, and fund-raiser for
Israel. This Ruth was born in
1917 and was educated in Lon-
don and Jerusalem. Her co-
author is American-born and
educated and presently works
for the Jerusalem Post.
Ruth Dayan's account is more
prosaic and less self-adulatory
than that in the first book men-
tioned. Mrs. Dayan is prone to
enumerating insignificant de-
tails. Being the wife of a living
legend and the mother of three
precocious children, Yael and
sons, Ehud and Assaf, she had
to make a place for herself m
order to preserve her identity
and avoid being relegated to
the status of a non-entity. The
book has a few interesting pho-
tographs that enlighten the texc.
Little has been spared from
the biographical account of her
life, not even the incident of
her divorce. Neither Ruth, Dayan
nor Kluger, are sabras. Each
gave of herself to "binyan ha-
aretz," the upbuilding of the
land. The stories of the lives of
these two women run the gamut
of the lives of so many other
Israeli women without whom
there might not have been a
State of Israel.
r^fbert *^ecial
Drugs and the Nightmare Scene
IV OW THAT the State of New York, under vigorous
prodding by Gov. Rockefeller, has put into op-
eration its new anti-drug law, we seem to have
opened a new chapter on the drug scene.
Apparently the hardest of all drug laws yet
enacted, the New York measure provides mandatory
life sentences for sellers of narcotic drugs. Millons
who favor the law, including friends and relatives
j[ innocent bystanders assaulted or even killed by-
addicts, heap enthusiastic praise on Mr. Rockefeller.
A smaller group, but perhaps just as vocal, cry out
that society's real need anent the drug problem, is
to rehabilitate drug addicts, not jail them for life
or even years.
THE CURRENT drug scene runs a long gamut
of drama. When we talk of the problem today, we
no longer concentrate on the flower children of
Haight-Ashbury. This doesn't mean that young peo-
ple have all kicked the habit. Pills are still popped,
and marijuana and hashish continue in vogue on
many campuses: but in the 1970s, preoccupation
with drugs is not clearly as marked as it was in
the 19(>0s.
One widely publicized figure of days not long
gone Abbie Hoffman has been in the Tombs re-
cently, unable to post large bail after his indictment
on charges of selling cocaine to police undercover
men.
And oldtimers in Poughkeepsie now recall that
G. Gordon Liddy. convicted pacesetter of the Water-
gate burglars, liked to sniff out drug users when
he was assistant district attorney in the Vassar area.
BUT THESE are side issues. Two new consid-
rj-'.ons stand out: (1) President Nixon is authority
for the recent statement that the nation has turned
the corner on drug addiction; (2) Armed with the
power to appoint up to 100 new judges to make the
New York anti-drug law effective, Gov. Rockefeller
may either prove to the country that harsh, harsher,
and harshest sentences are the answer or else play
into the hands of those who continue to argue that
education, treatment for addiction, and rehabilita-
tion must not be abandoned in favor or such a stern
crackdown.
When he declared that the federal government
has turned the corner in its war on drugs. President
Nixon pointedly included education on the dangers
of drug use and the provision of better treatment as
essential measures for drying up the problem.
Peace -- But Israel Still on Alert
i
Haifa
SRAEL REMAIN'S on an emergency footing. No
people ever desired peace more ardently, but
bitter experience has taught the Israelis to mistrust
vague promises. At the ceasefire lines and on the
home front vignettes illustrate the mood and the
spirit of these days.
Those who can be trusted: From a di-play ad
in the Jerusalem Post:: "They sold us tanks for
many millions, and then refused to supply spare
parts for them when the need arose. Can you trust
them to pay claims in the future on insurance policies
they sell you now? Mazada Insurance Servi's Ltd.
begs to notify its clients who car';v insurance with
British carriers that, on expiry, these policies will be
renewed with Israeli and/or U.S. insurance compa-
nies, wherever possible on the same terms."
Israel's Uncle Sam: The timely help provided to
little Israel during the fighting by the big and
mighty United States leads me to observe: Seldom
have so few owed so much to SO many.
Emergency supplies: Since the war began, the
army chaplain's office has had requests for "sup-
plies" from soldiers who had never b.-fore been
religious. Besides prayer books and Psalms, the
chaplain has had to furnish about 10,000 "talesim'
and 3,000 sets of "tefillin."
Exodus, XII, 31-32: Sadat's immediate program
for the Israelis is drawn from the Bible where, un-
der other circumstances, Pharaoh told the Israelites:
Rise up and get you forth from out of Egypt .
be gone?
Unique crime wave: Israel has been struck
with a literal plague of automobile thefts. Practi-
cally all the cars are quickly found near or around
army posts. The police know that now, as in the
Six-Day War, the autos are "borrowed" by soldiers
on short leave, who are in a hurry to get back to
their units in time.
They Were Just Plain Old Folks
Hi
naBamranna
J GOT to thinking about papa and mama. They
were just plain people. We are always reading
about people at the top or at the bottom. Nobody
says anything about the people in the middle, but
the truth is that life is a great lottery. The people
at the top are not always, or most of the time, the
elect.
"The race is not to the swift nor the battle to
the strong." as the Bible says, but "time and chance
happeneth to all." When we say we are in the
middle of a thing, we mean the most important
part. Plain middling people are very important.
Anyway, right now, after you read in the papers
about the top, the middle would appear to be re-
freshing.
PAPA AND mama, as I say, were just plain
old-fashioned Jews. Papa came to America with
mama, two children and a set of the Talmud 10
big volumes of the Gemara, which followed him like
his children wherever he went. They came in one
of the earlier waves of Jewish immigration from
Russia. There were the first pogroms and the later
pogroms.
Nowadays, Jews (as in Israel) may be killed in
battles, but then killing was all one-sided. The en
emy was not hurt only the Jews. Golda Meir, as
a child, came in one of the earlier waves after a.
pogrom. Papa and mama came during the adminis-
tration of Grover Cleveland. Funny thing. During
those days, there was a national political scandal too.


lirlay. December 7. 1973
*-Jmtet fkriMnr
Paae 11 -A
LEO MINDLIN
[Jerusalem to be Major Concession Demand
Continued from Page 4-A
[the establishment of Israel since
I partition.
IX THE second column. I no-
I ted that rav anger about this
(apart, the Times makes a good
point when it documents the ar-
chitectural explosion in Jeru-
salem, particularly since the Old
and Ne' City were united under
Israeli hegemony after the Six-
Pay War. ar>d how tnat explosion
constitutes fundamental rape of
Jerusalem's history, geography
land religious spirit.
A cac in Doint is the Master
IPlan for a united Jerusalem, be
Inn by Arich Sharon in 1968 by
l0flfr|al i-nnuest 3nfl "resented to
Jerusalem's Municipal Council
I ana io me Ministry of Housing in
Ilfl70. which placed a seven-story
| limit on new construction with r
[maximum height of 12 stories in
|the city's center.
The Municipal Council accepted
^c recommendations and
|promptly approved a government-
|backed scheme for the city's ccn-
[tcr consisting of a collection of
118 and 20-story office blocks.
IN FACT, Arthur Kutcher's
lb ok. "The New Jerusalem."
Iwhich is the subject of the TLS
[review, is a detailed study of
U-hat the review calls the "con-
Ifiict between planning precept"
fa? offered by Sharon and ac-
cepted by the authorities, "and
Imunicipal and government prac
Itice "
As the Times sees it, as I have
m n it for myself again and
. as any perceptive visitor
vnaleni can see it. a number
vel.irmcnt projects that arc
result of official initiative or
ed by official support,
a to destroy the delicately-
iced hiMorie view both from
toward the Old City."
In la t week's column, I men-
I the Omaria project a
: block of luxury apartments
erected without a building per-
| n public open 'pace bv pri-
levelopers with Israel Gov-
ernment backing.
THE OMARIA development is
crowned hv a 16-story tower and
would have been joined by eight
more such publicly-unauthorized
towers, plus two hotels, expect
for the outcry that followed the
erection of the first tower be-
cause it virtually obliterated the
view across the Old City toward
the Mount of Olives.
There are other similar mon-
strosities going up (or that would
go up except for public outcry)
and that will contribute to de-
stroying the historic balance of
the city.
There is the Plaza Hotel on
high ground west of the city.
This will soon be joined by the
Commodore Hotel.
ONE DAY a year or so ago. I
picked my way through a con
struction site on French Hill,
where a friend was looking for
an apartment she could not af-
ford but that her American
grandfather would buy for her
when the building was finished
I recall looking at the site
with something like an ache he-
cause I saw it as a rank pollu-
tant.
Now it is finished and my
friend installed in what amount
to a municipal housing estate o'
multi-stop- blocks sprawling along
the skyline and overpowering the
Dome of the Rock as seen from
the Mount of Evil Council.
It is a project for the wealthy
foreigner or the Israeli sponsored
by friends or family abroad
not for the ordinary Jerusalemite
The abomination of the city :
in behalf of its elite.
There are others:
PROPOSED PRIVVTE de
vclopmcnts on Abu Tor. just
south of the Old City near Tsl.no:
a site of profound historic signifi
cance:
The scheme for a 22-sl trj
annex to the Kin? David Hote!
lhat would obcure the exquisite
view a ross the valley and up
toward the Old City;
The Hyatt House Hotel ; rO
posal for Mount Scopus, a 23
story monstrosity that would
dwarf the Erich Mcndelsohn-ar
chitected Hebrew University
buildings there buildings that
as of now merely "accentuate the
hilltop." as the Times puts it,
"and mark its place in the rhyth-
mic succession of hills and val
leys without reducing the domi-
nance of the key element in the
whole landscape."
IN THE case of the Hyatt
House, bulldozers prepared the
ground even before the Munici-
pal Council approved it, and the
Minister of Tourism even took
part in a cornerstone-laying cere-
mony.
The Times quotes Kutcher in
his "New Jerusalem" as observ-
ing that the rape of the city is
becoming so matter-of-fact that:
"Ministerial officials receive
word that a foreign investor is in
town who is interested in build-
Demise of Israel Foreseen
NEW YORK (JTA)
il ins M irgenthau. the po
il scientist, believes that Is-
1 will be forced by U S, and
r international pressures 11
irn to its pre-June, 1967
lers ifter which it will be
. a matter of time before
:- exist nci is I Tminated.
Prof. Morgenthau believe-
rs, will evert pressure on
Urael to withdraw because of
Arab o 1 embargo and b >
A mericAns are "blinded
I v detente."
HE SAID that when the V S.
demanded that Israel open a
supply route to the encircle I
ptian Third Army during
[ the YohJ Kippur War. Defense
-tcr Moshe Dayan tele-
".oncd Secretary of State Henry
A. Kissinger to protest that such
a move was unprecedented in
the history of warfare. He was
by Kissinger that if Israel
failed to accede, "you will fight
your next war by you
Morgenthau claimed.
He also state 1 thai the A
ican alert declan ;
Pr< sidenl Nixon last in
i, cip tati I not by evid
that the Russians planned to
send paratroopers to the Middli
East but because a Soviet ship
loaded with nuclear warheads
had arrived in Alexandria.
WHEN THE alert was de-
clared, the ship turned back.
Morgenthau said. He made his
remark.- on "Firing Line." a
National Educational Television
Network program hosted by
-i F. Buckley.
Morgenthau maintained that
so far the Soviets have been
the only party to benefit from
detente and the only quid pro
quo gained by the U.S. was a
muting of anti-American rhet-
oric by Kremlin leader.--
. ttt Im
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ing a large luxury hotel. The man
is invited to lunch, and after they
have been assured to their satis
faction that he is actually pre-
pared to build a mammoth luxury
hotel ... the officials take the
man for a little drive around the
city."
HE IS shown, savs Kutcher.
"four or five of the city's breath-
taking panoramic views, all on
public space, and is then asked
which he would prefer. He
chooses, the deal is sealed, and
shortly thereafter the legal plan
ning committee make their mark
on the official documentation."
Remember that this is not the
Times talking; it is Kutcher. But
imagine its vast negative public
relations on Israel particu-
larly Israel's presence in Jeru-
salem.
When the Times comments, as
I observed in the first of these
columns, that the Jewish occu-
pation of Jerusalem amounts to
"the stigma of one materialistic
Western culture based on such
typically Western initiatives as
property aggrandizement." the
anti-Semitic effect is one that, at
least for me, can only b< met
with rage,
BUT IT is Kutcher, who in the
process of describing the death
of the Sharon Master Plan, warns
us that the fate of Jerusalem
may be to put it on a par with
Miami Beach.
That hits me particularly hard.
I can think of nothing more ugly
and vulgar than the destruction
of Miami Beach by selfish, in-
sensitive exploiters in cahoots
with a greedy and callous city
council all of them experts in
obscuring the natural beauty of
a city and with total disregard
for the public, its rights and.
yes, even history, Florida's his-
tory, its subtropical aura.
That being the case, as well
as the depressing fact that some
of the exploiters of Miami Beach
are also exploiters of Jerusalem.
Israel's architectural record in
Jerusalem will do her no good
when Messenger Boy Kissinger
and. indeed the world, finally
call in their lOU's.
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* h-Histfhii-ffor
Ben-Gurion, Lion of Israel, is Dead at 87
Continued from Page 1-A
thine-: alipah^populating afid dc^
veloping Israel's wastelands and
peace with the Arabs. In this
message to the Bible contest he
summed up hi- beliefs succinctly
as though he kn?w that this was
to b" his final messa {e.
The old man was a legend in
his own lifetime. He was viewed
as a visionary before the State of
Israel was born and was once
described bv Time magazine as
a prophet with a gun.
The late S. Y. Agnon once said:
"We all wanted a Jewish state.
Of course we did. But we were
afraid of saying so out loud. And
when the test cam-, we thought
perhaps we should not risk it,
perhaps we should DO t^ono it for
a generation, but Ben-Gurlon had
the courage to proclaim the end
of Jewish statelessness in our
time."
Born in Plonsk in Polish Russia
in October. 188fi. Ben-Gurion.
whose original name was David
Green, spoke Hebrew as a child
and founded the Ezra Zionist So-
ciety in Plonsk. the first of many
organizations b 'fore he was 20
Then he turned to a passion
which engulfed him dining his
whole life: defense, He founded
the Jewish organization for self
defense in Plonsk. was put on
the Czar's secret police black
list and escaped to Palestine in
1906 when- he went to work in
the orange groves in Petah Tikva.
SHORTLY AFTER arriving, he
became active In the Poale Zion
ist movement. At a "convention"
of the tiny membership in Rarnl-
In October, 1908. Ben Gu I in
startled some of the ir ire doc-
trinaire young friends bj insist-
ing that the aims of political
Zionism must I ik< drnce
over any Socialist idealism. This
presaged his insistence in later
years upon what he called "ham-
lachiut" that national interests
must precede all partisan or even
ideological ones.
Nevertheless, shortly after the
Bolshevik Revolution in 1917 he
wrote to Nachman Syrkin, the
father of Socialist Zionism, that
Zionists should seek to join the
Third IntTnation.il, and ex-
pressed belief that the Russian
revolution was the harbinger of
Jewish liberation in the Soviet
Union for those Jews who want-
ed to remain there.
Poverty and malaria at Petah
Tikva caused Ben Gurion to leave
in 1907 and move to Sejara in
the Galilee where the first at-
tempt was made to establish a
Jewish agricultural collective,
"Hahoresh." and where he found-
ed the "hashomer," the Jewish
self-defense organization which
was to be the forerunner of the
Hagana and Zahal.
AFTER TWO young settlers
were killed by Arab marauders,
Ben-Gurion later wrote: "1 under-
stood that sooner or later there
would be a military confronta-
tion with the Arabs. I realized
that this conflict was inevitable
. we would have to be pre-
pared."
Three yean later, he went to
Jerusalem to help, with Ben-Zvi.
Rachel Yanait and Yaacov Zeru-
bavel, edit Poalei Zion's new
newspapei. "Ahdut." and in this
he adopted the name Ben-Gurion,
the name of a Jewish hero in the
Roman wars nearly 2,000 years
before.
The paper supported the young '
Turk movement which hid re-1
volted in 1908 against Turkish j
oppression.
After an interval in which he
studied law in Istanbul, he re-'
turned to Palestine and in 1915 j
the Turkish administration ban-
ished him and Yitzhak Ben-Zvi.
later Israel's second President,
and deprived him of his Turkish
citizenship for "trying to tear
Palestine out of the Turkish
homeland."
BY 1821 he was definitely a
national figure: secretary general
of Histadrut until 1935 and in
that year was elected chairman
Jewish Agency.
In 1927, the Achdut Haavoda
Friday, December 7, 197.3
he read in his lifetime ier<
works by Cervantes, Una MJjn.
and Garcia Lorca in Spanish. an<
the writings of Plato in Greek.
in hi lpter v-m-s, Ben-Gurio!
continued to affirm that aliyal
ers of Haganan. tne Jewisn un- wag what Zionism waa,al!
derground defense force Hexes'" -w^ fle BeeSune lessT*rsh wit!
caped arrest with the other Jew- thow Jews who fe o
was aho one of the chief build-
ers of Haganah. the Jewish un-
As Prime Minister, lie met Vice President Nixon
Ben Gurion retired to the Negev
Party, of which he had been a
co-founder, joined with Hapoel
Hatzair to form Mapai, the party
of the Jerusalem Executive of the
which he led until he finally re-
signed Israel's premiership in
jyt)o.
During the entire period he
ish leaders by the British in July,
1946 only because he was out of
the country.
He never relinquished his post
as Minister of Defense while he
was Prime Minister, and for a
time in 1955, when he came back
from his first period of retire-
ment at Sde Boker, he was
only Minister of Defense under
Moshe Sharett as Prime Minister.
Although a comparative late-
comer to the idea that a full-
fledged Jewish state must be es-
tabli hed and not some kind of
commonwealth or trusteeship, he
put the whole weight of his per-
sonality behind it once the his-
toric meeting in 1942 at the Bilt-
more Hotel in New York had so
decided.
IT WAS he who nroclaimed the
state in May, 1943 and then he
proceeded systematically to clear
it of all internal rival establish-
ments fii-^-t the Irgun Zvai
Leumi and Stern Group military
organization and then the Pal-
m.i.-h itself spearhead of the Ha-
gan.ih whose leaders wanted it
to become an army within the
army. Only recentlv did he make
peace with Yigal Allon. then com-
mander of th" Palmach and at
pi-sent Israel's Deputy Prime
Minister.
The volcanic transformations
of Israel's party politics which be-
gan in the early 1960s made Ben-
Gurion into a one-man faction in
the Knesset. The internal strug-
gle in Mapai, which began in
19f.;l mad" him resign the prc-
miersnijj finally in 1963 and leave
Ma .m in 1965 to form the Rafi
Party.
Among its other leaders were
Moshe Dayan and Shimon Peres.
However, their rivals, includ-
ing the late Levi Eshkol and Mrs.
Golda Meir. won the day and
Eshkol remained as Premier.
When Rafi rejoined the Labor
Party in 1968, Ben-Gurion stayed
outside it and in the 1969 elec-
tions ran as head of a new State
List. In May, 1970, he resigned
from the Knesset to devote all
his time to writing.
Ben-Gurion was a prolific writ-
er. He was the author of "Self-
Government of Villages," (1914);
"The Labor Movement and Re-
visionism." (1933); "From Class
to Nation." (1933); "The Strug-
gle," (five volumes from 1947-
1950); "Rebirth and Destiny of
Israel," (1954); "The Sinai Cam-
paign." (1959); and "Years of
Challenge," (1963).
He was also a passionate reader
and among the thousands of books
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The eight finalists emerged
from last Saturday night's final
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1 the Classic itself and the pagean-
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part of Classic night, qualifying
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For Classic night only, there will
be a special post time of 7:30 with
gates to the track opening at 6
p.m. For those who come early,
free parking will be available be-
hind the Central Shopping Center
directly across from the track.
Free admission tickets will also be
given to the occupants of the first
2,000 cars to park in that area.
unwilling to settle in Israi. Ne.
ertheless he refused to conside:
them complete Zionists The;
were Jews, perhaps even goo<
Jews, but not complete Zionists
he would say, noting there is r.<
sub-titute for aliyah.
WITH ALL his dedication t<
Jews and the Jewish people. Ben
Gurion was not a chauvinist. Hi
harbored a genuine love for al
mankind and an abiding interes
in all human beings. But tn'
Jews are or were when h<
started so much more ex|
than th others. Ben-Gurion -.
frequently: "Let us be not to<
proud. Let us not be drunk wit!
victory. We have not accom
ed all this alone. Three eefiera
t'ons of settlers preceded
Fret? Israel. They suffered
never did and had a faith n
strong than the faith that has in
t pi red our soldiers in the \\
Independence and in the
wars."
For manv ?ears, Ben-G.
resided in Kibbutz Sde Bok
the Negev, his adopted home V
times he went to his Tel A i\
apartment where he had hi- ii
bran containing thousand-
volumes each in its plan
Ren Gurion knew the exact
and color of its cover.
II- was writing the modern
history of the Jewish state
fore he died, but was 0*1 v
1048. Th" events he records v e
those with which he had 1 i
intimately involved and !'
which ho had Dersonr>Ur sha;
BEFORE HIS stroked Be n-< -
ion took two-mile walks tuu i
day. each one lasting exactly i?
hour. His intellectual curi
was still as strong as ever '
knew details of far off .places i
almost hidden tribes in additi i
to continuously reading hi.-'
Bible philosophy and the nat n 1
sciences, especially theories t
the human brain and its work
R"n-Gnrion was cotntifeant
individuals play a decisive
in history but he was also cc.
ant that history is more than
great personalities. In 1952. when
Yigacl Yadin resigned as Isi
army chief of staff over his dif-
ferences with Ben-Gurion, the
"old man" accepted it and wept
We said later: "YogMl is a \er>
important fellow, but it is mere
important that the army should
know and that the nation shoulc-
know that not everything depends
on one man. Tomorrow I can go
too, and it will not be the enc
of the world. As one goes ano'.hei
comes and takes his place."
2
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RABBI PAUL J. BF.NDER
Israelite Onter Temple
to ride the subway. The train wa;
rather crowded and as I tried to
make mv way down the aisle to
"And Jacob sent messengers be-, wards tne center of the car, I ac
to his brother Esau in | tidentally bi ushed against some
une's foot (not quite stepping or.
it) and the man. who certainly wa:
not hurt, swore at me.
the land of Seir.
Jacob and Esau, twin brothers!
Koth by this time had become in-
dependently wealthy. Both were
leaders, but they lived and reared
their families in different environ-
ments.
What a sad commentary on the
nature of man
that brothers
cannot always
dwell itogether
in unity!
I had an ex-
perience once
(hat may or
may not have
been unusual,
but to me it was
singular indeed!
Years, ago, I
had occasion to
go to Philadel-
phia. It was my first visit to the
"City of Brotherly Love."
1 left the station and Proceeded
Rabbi Bender
I related this incident to m>
-nt upon arrival, commenting
that I had not been in the "City
jt Brotherly Love" more than ter
minutes, when I experienced on-
of the brothers" swearing at me
His answer, at once was, 'Well
I isn't that the way brothers ofter.
Bet along?"
The tragedy is that from the
days of Cain and Abel throughout
history to our very own timein
his personal relationships, in his
communal, his national and in his
international affairs, man cannot
see eye to eye with his brother-
man.
Out of these feelings there rises
the prejudices, the envy and the
hatreds from which wars and all
the crises and catastrophes which
they engender continue to plague
mankind.
Jacob feared the consequences
t the wrath of his brother. He
lso had as much aversion to kill-
ng as to being killed.
If that sounds like the predica- j
nent of Israel and its Arab
:mdred. it is because the world j
!as not yet learned the lesson of |
how good and how pleasant it is i
hen brothers dwell together in j
nity."
We continue to pray that we
nay find the key to this ideal in
he not too distant future.

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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayishlach
And Jacob sent messengers before him to Esau his
brother ." (Chapters 32: 4-36)
JACOB MEETS ESAU: Jacob was approaching the land of
Edom where his brother had settled. Fearful for the safety of his
family, Jacob sent messengers to his brother with a conciliatory
message, but they returned with the news that Esau was ap-
proaching with 400 men. Preparing for the worst, Jacob divided
his camp into two parts, so that if one were attacked the other
might escape. He also sent a succession of valuable gifts to Esau,
to pacify him.
JACOB BECOMES ISRAEL: That night he sent his wives and
children across the ford of Jabbok, and stayed behind alone. A
"man" appeared and wrestled with him until .lawn. The man,
who was an angel of God, being unable to overcome Jacob, t luched
the hollow of his thigh and lamed him. Nevertheless Jacob re
fused to release his opponent from his grasp unless he received a
blessing. His wish was granted henceforth, he would be called
a new name. Israel, (i.e., "he that prevails with God"). Jacob now
came face to face with Ksau. who embraced him with affection.
Sensibly refusing Esau's offer of an armed e-cort. Jacob parted
from his brother and eventually reached Shechem, named after
the son of Hamor, chieftain of the city. There he brought some
laud, pitched in- tenl and in gratitude built an altar to :
'A! ;i::s HGMEi i MING: A1 God's bidding Jacob returned
'" Bethel. h;r iried all the idols in the possession of his
household un I. r >ah tree in shechem God appear.
'' '" calling his name Israi
the land to him and I -.- they w?re approachin B
nem' R<*el d birth I i B uijamin. At long last :
rcacne : ;' bron, where he was reunited with his father. Isaac died
at the age of 180, and his sons Esau and Jacob buried him.
GENERATN MS C] E 5AI :. iu had become very wealthy
but as there was insufficient land in Canaan for both him an '
brother to tend their flocks and herds, he took his familj
ns and settled in Mount Seir, in the land of Edom. Esau
became the ancestor of many ol the tribal chieftain- who settled
in that territory.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
(ei. iri7;i Jewish Telegraphic Aueney
Why is it customary to have
some ornament or trim at the
edge of the tallis (prayer
shawl)?
This trim indicates which part
he head. The rabbis were espe-
ially careful to make sure that
nee a certain part of the tallis
vas worn at the head it should not
o reversed and worn towards the
>ottom (Magen Abraham).
This kind of attitude towards ob
ects of worship and holiness was
lerived by some from the manner
n which the boards were laid for
he Tabernacle. The Talmud in-
licated that a board which was
-laced in the north of the Taber-
nacle should always be placed
.here while that which was placed
i: the south must always be placed
n the south. In this way each
>oard has its respective position
>hich it never loses.
The same logic applies to the
allis in the sense that once a cer-
ain portion of the tallis was used
or the top, it should not be re-
ersed to be used for the bottom.
f indeed, rabbis were so sensi
:ve to the placing of physical ob-
iects, how much more sensitive
hould one be to the honor and
tignity of human beings.
Why are there five knots in
the fringes which come out of
the four rornrrs of the tallis?
Some claim that these five knots
ccresem the five hooks of Moses
hich In turn represent basically
ill the commandments of the
I orah. The purpose of fringes.
fore, would be to keep us
*ver mindful of these command-
Talmud also states i Berak >1
I2:A' thai the portion in the
Numbers 15:38) which
bes the i. inges r< rs to five
." ngs: the commandm n1 to put
n fringe, the exodus from i
ii ceptin : the responsibility
coinni ii s, .. warning not to
tui n to heresy and a wai ning not
orality and
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
2
8KTH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert M. Baumgard. Associate Rabbi
Barry Altman. 3
n.l.i\ 7::il n.m Sermon: "What Kll-
ih -S.ud to Bantu Clous."
BETH DAVID.. i25 SW Srd Ae.
Conservative Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lirison. <
Prlday 8:18 p.m. at Coral Way fhan-
l I ficiating:. Quasi speaker, JudKe Irwln
Christie. T.....e: "The Public's Out-
'.OOk." At South Dfl.de new member
n-elvotna Bermon: "When Reunion
Becomes the Opiate of the People."
Saturday ; a m, Sermon: "Vayeshev."
Bar Mlttvnh: Leonard EUUott. son of
Mr and Mrs Sheldon Miller.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman. S
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional. Rabbi iHx Sha-
piro. Cantor Leon Segal. Rev. Alex
Stahl. Rev. Mendel Gutterman. 6
<'"u>l:iv si:, p.m. (Jue.st sneaker will
be Israel l.utskv who witnessed the
iftermatli of the Tom Klppur War
n Israel, will discuss "Israel-No De-
spair, Just Repair."
1
BETH TIKVA,
set Dr.
Friday S:1S p m.
follow services,
(Reform)
One*
9025 Sun.
6-A
Shabbat will
BETH TOV (Temple). J438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles
Rubel. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. 8
Prlday S:l", p.m. Guest speaker. Coun-
cilman Mathew siepin. will Introduce
Hebrew School students who will par-
tielpate in the service.
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot. 1a
Prlday 9 p.m. Itabbi Rouert Orkand
Will discuss "I Was Only Following
I irdera."


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Rabbi L. Becker
Sunday Speaker
At Beth Sholom
bi i avj B eke:- of Montreal,
: at the 'Coffee.
Ci Iture and tion" pro-
gran: 1 Temi e Beth Sholom, Mi-
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
OR OLOM (Tempiei 0755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi David M.
Baron. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari. 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Pabbi MaurUe
Klein. 14 '
ZION (Temrle). 8000 MlUtr Rd. Con-]
servi'tive. Rabbi Nor-.ian Shapiro.
Canto- Errol Helfman. 1f)
i K:15 p m Hersl II .nor. educa- I
director, will deliver a ser-
Baturda 9 i m Si
"Si drah ol the Week
HIAUAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. n
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOShE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 1?'st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gerfink-I. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbau"- 35
8:15 P m. Gu speaker will
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from lai ....
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AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabb, oheldon N. Ever 17
BETH ISRAbL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
BETH JACOB. 701 W.i^hinqton Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmarydi-u T. Swlr.
sky Cantor Ma Jnce V k.'C les. 19
BETH RAPHAEL rTemo'e). 1545 J.f.
ferson Ave. Conservat ve Rnbbl
D.ivid Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 2D
BE-^H SHOLOM (Temple) 4144 Chase
Ave Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.i
Cantor David Conv'ser, 21
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- 933 Eucid Ave. Or-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
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YOSEPM CHAIM CONGRE.
CATION. 843 Mend a,, Ave 22 A
ward Klein.
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Or. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Phintas A. Weberrrjn
30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 649
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 3t
CONGREGATION tTZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohont
Groner. 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th St. Causeway
North Bay Village. Conservative-
Cantor Murray Yavneh. 32-A
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFAPO
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St. Mi-
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor-
decai Chaimowits.
NORTH MIAMI BIACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1028
NE Miami Gardens Or. Conservative.
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Cantor len
Alpern. 33
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center. 19255
NE. 3rd Ave. Orthodox. 33-A
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lib-
scl.itz. Cantor Jacob B Mendelson 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Victor O
Zwelling. Cantor Jack Lerner. 38
SINAI (Temple), of NORTH DAOS
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbl
Raloh P. Kingsley "-antor Irvino,
Shulkes. 37
Friday 8:18 i> m. Family service, add
blessing of those marklnr b!rttld*Tfl
In December. Saturday 10:30 a.m. Bar
Mltovah: Darryn Sileerstein Sermon:
"Torah Portion of the Week."
sKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NB
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov
Bidnick. 38
YOUNG ISI.'AtL OF GREATER Ml.
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Zalman Kos'owsky. 39
COfiAt GABIES
JUDEA (Temple). 5550 Granada Blr.
Reform. Rabbi Michael B. Eisen-
tat. Cantor Rita Shore. 40
Friday S: p.m. family service.
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell A.
Berger. Cantor Stanlr.y Rich. 41
SURfSIDl
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Isaac O. Vine. Cantor Leibel-
Levine. 5C
FORT LAUDtRDAU
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Philip A.
Labowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. 49
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Pan.
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J,
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
P0MPAN0 BEACH
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 8131
NW 9th St.
SHOLOM (Tempts), 132 SE 11tlt Av
Conservativ Rabbi Morris A. SS;o
Cantor Yaacov Renzer. 9
HAUAHOAlt
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
(Conservative). 4'6 NE 8th Av
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz. Canter
Ja;ob Danziger. is
ii Sern "The ': -
blnlcal \"i :. u
\\ ..ii.. n to I '.'Hated 1
H0UW00D
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW COV
GREGATION. Consirvat.ve. 3 ,
University Dr. Rabbi Max Weitz. 41
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S 14tn A.-
Heform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. J>
I the JeV :
I'lllpll
I Mr .'->..,
.,. rd, the flov. s
mi i..- ry al
BETH SHALOM (Ten-ale). 4f-- a-.
thur St. Conserv.it ve. Rabbl V.-.
ton Mal.ivsky. Cantor Irvlro. Gold :i
SINAI (Temple), 1201 Johnson S:
Conservative. Rabbi Dav:d Shap -i
Cantor Yehuda Hilbraun. 47
TEMPLE BETH AHM. Conset.atv
310 SW 62nd Ave.. Hollywood. Nabb'.
Rabbi S.ilom-.,i Benarroch. Cant
Harry Schmerjing.
47-8
Shy.
BETH
TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal). 5"
Sheridan St. Hollywood. Pabbi Rob.
ert Frazin. C.in!"r Michael Kyrr
YOUNG
ISRAEL
1891
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Hoc !> Ch. 10, 9:30 a m. 1 -1, Worship ii, ur
Host: Rabbi Maxwell Berger, Tei Coral
Gables
Dec. 9 Ch. 4. 3:.)0 a.m. The First Estate
(Repeated on Ch. 2 at 5:30 p.m.)
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "A Jamaican Looks at Us"
Guests: Dr. Aiian Voie and Rev. Divid hart
Dec. 9 Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Stili Small Voice
Topic: "Women's Plea for Human Rights for Soviet
Jews"
Host: Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Beth Torah Congregation
Guests: Sister Dorothy Brown, president of Barry
College: Mrs. Felice Tracktman, regional presi-
dent of Women's ORT; Mrs. Margie Sanford,
South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry; Mrs.
Myri-.m Wolf, Florida president, Women's Di-
vision, American Jewish Congress, and Patty
Linsley, songstress.
-<:: BI Id re b.-tn Mioiom. Ml- CUBAN HEBREW CO\rRri-Tin .. iKAI
at 10:30 a.m ^^r^fflkW.-'
ik on "The Jewish *"" Dow S?^* 23 M
of HOLLYWOOD
Stirling Rd. ;j
HMsassjaa
1 unities in !;: bbean,"
S !-.": >pke, president of
Beth SI innoui
Rail r, who has just re-
visit to 11) J
. immunities aribbean in
his capacity as h morary consultant
for the Committee of Organizations
of the Work! Jt .visit Con
I Jewish communities ail
over the world and has written for
a publications in this country
and Canada. He is a national vice
president of the Canadian Zionist
>rganiz(.t:on and a national vice
president of the Canadian Jewish
Congress.
Rabbi Becker has served as
president of the Federation of Re-
constiuctionist Fellowships and is
Chairman of the board of the
>f the Reconstructionist
Seminary,
CrB4rAT^LAR,^IC HE3REW CON.
Leh-n.an. Cantor Zvi Adl"r. l
HEBREW ACADEMY. 7410 Pine Tree,
Rabbi Alexander s
Dr. Orthcdox.
Gross.
M1RSMAR
S^AEL (Temple'. 6920 SW SJth St
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Drat n.
Canto,- Abraham Koster. n
HOMtSTtAO
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENT ES
1S3 NE Rth St. Conservative. 51
C- GMP.H*T'ON AN-NELL (Branch
M.rH ? Academy). 7th St. and
Mer.dian Ave. Orthodox. 25.7
""VvrJBar.Si. ,0HEN~ COMMUNITY '
Cantor Meyer En9el. S,er^jj
CANDLELIGHTING 1IWF
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December 7, 1973
Jewish fUrkn.fr
Page 15 A
abor Party Debate Fizzles:
hat Israel Will and Won't Do
persedes It.
Nevertheless, the nuances and
- unsaid, there is nothins
here to which anyone save the
most extreme hawk-dove can ob-
ject. And herein lies the success
of the document it saves the
party from split and crisis. The
nue long?
linued from Page 1A
in which the Palestinian
identity will be express-
document ruled out a
0
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SMERRON INN
P603CS D"'Hi9h.v
LinV.im. 6619201
separate Palestinian state on the
west bank.
It referred to the scheduled
Middle East peace conference in
Geneva as a significant event that
contains a chance for great
chan.ses in Arab-Israeli relations.
It said that until peace is
achieved, Israel will scrupulously
observe any partial agreement
which might be arrived at in the
course of negotiations but fail-
ins that, i! will maintain the pres-
ent ceasefire positions.
THE DOCUMENT declared
that settlement in the adminis-
tered areas will be stepped up in
accordance with government de-
cisions in the interest of secur-
ity needs. One of the 14 points
expressed appreciation for U.S.
aid and a determination to
strengthen ties with the U.S. An-
other called on world Jewry to
continue its support of Israel.
For all its vaeueness and obvi-
ous attempts to blur rather than
decide upon differences of out-
look, the Labor Party policy doc-
ument represents some conces-
sions to the doves in the party.
The doves particularly since
the war have come to include
the powerful Tel Aviv-based
"Gush" led by Yehoshua Rabino-
witz. Knesseter Avaraham Ofer.
and, ultimately, Finance Ministei
I'inhas Sapir.
The document inclines to the
doves more by omission than by
explicit statement. Thus, there
is no mention in it of the Galili
document which the hawks forced
upon the party earlier this year.
There is no mention of the "oral
law" that unwritten under ;
standing of Israel's territorial de f
mands that led the party until |
now. i
THE ORAL law views Jordan
as the security border and de-
mands territorial contiguity with
Sharm e'-Sheikh and retention of
the whole Golan Heights. The
new document says none of this
in so many words although ils
stress on security considerations
and defensible borders can be
taken and construed in this way
bv whoever so wishes.
While the document asserts
briefly the need to continue set-
tlenient it stipulates that these
must accord with defense needs I
and does nnl indicate any partic
ular part of the occupied areas
as suitable for new settlement.
Unlike the Gaimli document,
the new program does not refer ,
specifically to the Pithat Rafah
area in the Gaza Strip. And while
it does not explicitly annul the
Galili document it obviously su-
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Hewish Floridian A,to. Fii-D5 vj?_to'
Micmi, Florida Friday, December 7, 1973
Section B
A group of 37 leaders from Mi- Leader? from Miami's Jewish
ami's Jewish community returned community who participated in
recently from a historic five-day the mission included Mur.anl Adler,
Rabbis, Federation Proclaim
Mourning Day for Ben-Gurion
The Rabbinical Association of
( r Miami has issued a reso-
lution calling for special memo-
rial prayers for the late former
Prime Minister of Israel. David
Ben-Gurion, to be recited in all
synagogues this Sabbath, Dec. 7
and 8.
The resolution was issued in
the name of the Rabbinical As-
sociation by its president. Rabbi
Maxwell Berger of Temple Za-
mora.
The resolution reads:
Whereas David Ben-Gurion
served as the main architect in
the reestablishment of a Jewish
homeland in the creation of the
State of Israel, and
WHEREAS MR. Ben-Gurion
served as the first Prime Minis-
ter of Israel, and held the reins
of leadership with steadfastness
and a sense of commitment in
:he face of thy gravest adversi-
ties, and
Meyer Bass Appointed By
Labor Zionist Alliance
NEW YORK Meyer Bass, a
Jewish communal worker of long
.-landing has been appointed as
director of the National Depart-
ment of Culture, Education and
Community Activities of the Labor
Zionist Alliance, it was announced
by Dr Judah J. Shapiro, president,
;.nd Jacob Katzman. executive vice
president of the national fraternal
Ization with headquarters in
New York.
Mr Bass, who was previously
associated with Jewish Community
Centers and YM-YWHAs in Phila-
delphia. Cleveland, Wilmington
and Milwaukee, also served as re-
gional director of the American
Jewish Committee in Florida in
1966 67. He was director of Youth
Services at the National Jewish
Welfare Board. 1942-49.
Whereas the elements of wis-
dom, faith and determination
which characterized the patri-
archs and prophets of old, also
characterized Ben-Gurion as he
labored to bring a 2.000 year-old
dream into living reality, and
Whereas the passing of this
great leader has brought a deep
sense of loss to all who yearn for
a society of peace with justice.
THEREFORE, the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami
calls for special memorial pray-
ers for the late Mr. Ben-Gurion
to be recited in all synagogues on
the Sabbath of Dec. 7 and 8.
We pray that the peace which
Mr. Ben-Gurion strived for dur-
ing his lifetime and which he did
not live to see realized will soon
be established for the Middle
East and for the entire world.
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration declared Wednesday that
it "joins the Jewish people
throughout the world in mourn-
ing the loss of David Ben-Gur-
ion," said David B. Fleeman, Fed-
eration president.
"David Ben-Gurion was the
main architect of a dream which
included all of us. It was his cour-
Congressional Aetion
On Funds For Israel
By Special Report
WASHINGTON The House
Appropriations Committee adopted
a bill to provide Israel with S2.2
billion, the fuil amount recom-
mended. The House of Representa-
tives will act Friday, followed by
the Senate.
The House also adopted a con-
ference report earmarking S300
million for Israel in guaranteed
military credit sales and $50 mil-
lion in security supporting assist-
ance, according to Rep. Claude
Pepper.
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the birth and survival of a Jew-
ish homeland into reality,"
Fleeman said.
visit to Israel headed by Morton
Silberman. general chairman of
the Greater Miami Jewish federa-
tion's 1974 CJA-IEF campaign.
The Jewish leaders met with
Prime Minister Golda Mcir, De-
fence Minister Moshe Dayan, of-
ficials of the Jewish Agcnc> and
other Israeli dignitaries.
The group visited the northern
and southern regions of Israel,
met with new immigrants and vis-
Sam Adler. Pepe Avayu, Myron J.
Brodle, Herbert Buchwald, Ira
Buchwald, Mel Chasen. Charles
l) mm i. Richard Purman, David
Goihman, Harold Goldfarb, Peter
Goldring, Jerrold Goodman, Burt
Haft. Richard Haft, Howard Hirsch-
field, Arthur Horowitz and Jeffrey
Horowitz.
Also E. E. Hubschman, Jerry
Isan, Mel KarUmer, Herbert Katz,
Jerome Kipnis. Norman Kunken,
"Mr. Ben-Gurion symbolized a
2,000-year-old quest by the Jew-
ish people. From the time he
immigrated to Palestine in 1906, aeifL?"e '"
to 1948 (when, May 14. he pro-
claimed Israel's independence
ited hospitals. Their purpose was ]lan.y A T t.xv S;,ul Morgan, Ger-
to survey the broad area of human a[(] p0bins. Robert Russell, How-
needs which are supported by the ;l|.(| Scharlin. Morton Silberman,
CJA-IEF s 1974 campaign. Clifford Suchman. Roberto Susi,
At a military' cemetery' near Jeru- BtM t Timoner. Eli Timoner. Irving
salem, the group paid tribute to wcxler. Seymour Weinstein and
a special memo- Samuel Zighelboim.
rial service.
"In Israel
we were shaken by
and became the infant state's the heroic courage of the people
first Prime Minister) to his death 0f Israel in their strupele for sur-
last Friday at the age of 87, vival and their desire to keep life
David Ben-Gurion fought for as normal as possible for the chil-
Jewish survival with the force of drcn and the aed during this cri
his chosen name.
"It is with a deep sense of per-
sonal loss that the Jewish com-
munity of Greater Miami as
well as people around the world
mourn the death of this man.
For Ben-Gurion was not only a
leader of Israel but a leader of
Rabbi Gross Invited
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy of
Greater Miami who is presently
on Sabbatical in Israel with his
family, has accepted an invitation
to be the guest speaker at the He-
brew Academy's 26th annual schol-
all the Jewish people," Fleeman with the same determination
gaid our brothers in Israel."______
sis period," said Silberman.
"We were all anxious to return
as quickly as possible to our home
community with reports of what arship dinner Dec. 2.5 in the Fon-
we experienced," Silberman added. tajncbleau Hotel, according to an
"We have to match their cour- ann0uncement made by the school's
age with our own: we have to do prcsi(|ent Irving Firtel, and exec-
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Chabad House
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Abe Diamonds
Rabbf Abraham Ko.-l, regional
iM-ecto:- of the Lubavjtcher Move-1 ,/ol.
UT ihv Southeastern wHitecr] hBi
Stales, has an-
num ;(! the
Senior Citizens Honoring Wcx Friedson Saturday
dinner honoring Friedson. faur.de
of the organization which
or local, state and nutiona: .
ion to help the elderly.
Abe Diamond
D"- Irvine L^rin^"". sniritual leadpr of Temr'e Emairi El
and president of the Synagogue Council of America, has
just returned from a mission to Israel where he examined
first-hand the aftermath of the Yom Kippur War. Dr. Lehr-
man is shown being greeted by Israel Premier Golda Melr
(_o mus. i^nrman iooks on. Also at the meeting (behind Mrs.
M?ir is Jrcob Stein, president of the Conference of Jewish
Organizations.
Dr. Irving Lchrman One of 26
Survey Mission Participants
Dr. Irving Lehrman returned
thi- week from an eight-day survey
mission to Israel. He participated
as national honorary president of
the Synagogue Council of Amer-
ica in a mission sponsored by the
C'onfen nee of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations.
The group was invited person-
al;- by Israel Prime Minister
Go.da Meir to inspect the Jewish
nation foil wing the Yom Kippur
War, Dr. Lehrman, together with
25 other presidents or past presi-
de nts of the nation's 26 leading
Jewish organizations, met with top
leaders of the Israel government.
Aroinc tho-e who met with Dr.
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The Congrew of Senior Cit z^ns
of Florida will honor its president,
Max Friedson, with a banquet on
. his 75th birthday Saturday at the
Everglades llotil in Miami ai
to Li.lian Pasquale, executiv3
etaapsawho is serving as eo-
hairman of the event with State
Sen. Sheiman \\ inn.
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-if the Conference of Presidents.
David M. Blumberg. president of
3'nai B'rith, and other interna-
tionally known Jewish leaders,
.ere Mrs. Meir. Defense Minister
Moshe Dayan, Foreign Minister
\bba Eban. Finance Minister Pin-
ias Sapir and Tourism Minister
Moshe Kol.
Dr. Lehrman. who has visited
'si ael yearly since the nation was
established in 1948. also met with
Mayor Teddy Kollek of Jerusalem
and visited the Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem and the Hadas-
sah-Hebrew University Medical
Center in the Israeli capital.
He visited Israeli military posi-
tions on both sides of the Suez
Canal, in Israel proper and in the
Golan Heights, and found the
morale of the Israeli soldiers high.
"Israel is not depressed, but
athor concerned as the ceasefire I
continues. The country is in a1
tate of mourning for the neatly!
2 000 men killed and the almost
5,000 men wounded in the war.
"The Israelis greatly appreciate '
what the United States has done
ind is doing for them, but do not
A'ant to be pressured by America]
nto a settlement which will not
nsure peace.
"International guarantees are
'-a did as meaning little or'
nothing, with Pakistan's dismem-
bermf-nt cited as a prime exam; It
Borders which are safe. & cure
and defensible must be establish
d. Then they v.T become unev
orders to a Middle East with
Shalom." Dr. Lehrman said.
Pioneer Women Units
Plan Varied Events
Cub No. 2 of Pior^er Women I
will honor Add" and Isidore Shiff-
i:an at a luncheon on their 50th
vedding anniversary at noon Sun-
lay at 900 West Ave. Counc 1 i
President Harriet Green will be j
'guest speaker. Nina Diamond will
entertain. Club president is Bertha
Liebmann.
Chai Chapter will hold a meet-,
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coin Rd Tuesday at 1 cm Enter- ',
tainment will be presented by Mrs.
Ida Kovalsky. Israeli movies will
be shown. Refreshments will bv.
served.
Beba Idelson Chapter will hold
its reeiilar meeting Wednesday
noon at the Washington Federal.
1133 Normandy Dr. This will be a
Chanukah celebration. Fannie Gib .
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Friday, December 7, 1973
Gaynor, Gerson Participate In Dr. Emmerglick Is
Israel Emergency Conference Greenfield Series
Lecturer Sunday
Milton M. Gaynor and Gary R.
Gerson. piominent Miami Beach
business and communal leaders,
Milton Gaynor Gary Gerson
returned from Israel Wednesday
following :m emergency conference
on the country's urgent economic
needs.
Gerson and Gaynor met with
Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir and
jn active role in the emergency
Israel Bonds campaign in Soi/th
Florida to oftset the economic dis-
location caused by the recent war.
and to maintain Israel's economic
development program,
Gaynor, a member of the Ad
ministrative Committee of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Organ-
ization, is president of Gaynor &
Company, a Miami Beach insur-
ance firm, and serves as chairman
of the board of Temple Beth
Sholom,
Gerson. head of Gary R, Gerson
& Company, a Miami Beach ac-
counting firm, was recently ap
pointed cochairman of Miami
Beach for the Greater .Miami Is-
rael Bond Organization. He also
serves as financial secretary of
Temple Beth Sholom.
The Israel Bond Organization is
other top Israeli officials, and par- I the primary source of funds for
ticipated in deliberations on ways Israel's S642 million Development
to meet Israel's financial needs.
They were joined by a small num-
ber of Israel Bond leaders from
other Ameiican cities to see first-
hand how the Yom Kippur War
Budget. Since the outbreak of war
Oct. 6". a total of $300 million in
Israel Bonds has been sold. The
worldwide effort to cover the full
amount of the developmend budg
has affected the country's econ-1 et is being highlighted by the na-
omy. tional observance of Israel Bond
Both Gaynor and Gerson played ,' Maccabee Month.
Alexander Miller Speaker For
Dinner Honoring Talianoff
When someone called the Anti- elude the providing of the finan- j
Defamation League's office in Mi- \ cial resources necessary to carry |
ami back in 1943 they usually out the agency's nationwide pro |JJH" Chunilktth Party
'grams. Its specialized activities n___....... ,......_ i,-... t, ,.,
1 include study missions to many
parts if the world to assess the
condition of Jewish communal
life under various governments.
A legal and ethical look at the
"Issues of -Life and Death" Wilt
be provided by Leonard J. Em
merglick of the University of Mi-
imi Law School as this Sunday
morning's lecturer at the C.reen-
rield Adult Institute of Temple
Israel of Greater Miami.
Director of the Center for Inter-
disciplinary Study of Public Law.
is well as professor of law at the
University. Dr. Emmerglick serves
is chairman i i the Environmental
Law Committee of the Florida
Bar.
He brings to his topic, which
i ivill deal in pan with medical man-
agement of terminal illness as well
as with biith, a background as a
member of the Advisory Board of
ihe Psychiatric institute Founda-
tion and service as president of
ihe Ameiican Cancer Society in
Ihe District of Columbia while he
ivas at the Georgetown University
Law Center.
In addition to his work at the
Center, Dr. Emmerglick is a pro
fessor of family medicine at the
university. Dr. Emmerglick serves
School, where he conducts a
seminar on law and medicine deal-
ing with such subjects as euthana
ia. new definitions of death, abor-
tion, artificial insemination and j
sterilization.
Non-subscribers may purchase j
tickets at the door for the 10 a.m.
ectuie.
Cohen to Assume Presidency
Of BB Gold Coast Lodge
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Myron Cohen, a member of the
executive committee of the B nai
B'rith Anti Defamation League.
will be installed as presiden oi
BBGold Coast Lodge Sunday. Dec.
1G at the Playboy Plaza Hotel.
V/illiam J. Schusel is in charge oi
arrangements for the annual
event. ,
Serving with Mr. Cohen and also
to be Installed bj Judge Milton
Friedman will be Morris Fischer,
Harry Herman, Jack Levin.
Lew'. Hj Rubin, Bill Schusel and
,;,.,,' i,( ,;. vice presidents; Aaron
M. in kin. treasurer; Sol Klein ai d
Milton Hecker, secretaries, and
Richard Em n, chaplain.
Members s< rving on the board
,f directors chai ed by ll irrj Her-
man arc Sam Beer. David Cole-
man, Max Frendel, Mel Fromberg,
hving Reingold, Ben Levin, Mur-
ray Drexler, David M. Green.
Nathan Silverberg, Alan Baker. ,
\dolph Bergatein, Paul A. Brown.
Will.am Einhorn, Ben Essen and
Ben Giller.
Also Milt Goidon. Harry Grun-j
ther. George J. I.aikin. Simon .
Steer. Harold Steinmetz. Louis
Amdur, Charles Bolotow. Irving I
Flrtel, Arthur Teitelbaum, Charles
Moak. A. O. Christian, Morris Fox
and Harry Wiehansky.
Honorary trustees include E. A. .
Pailot. Rabbi M. Ransom and Paul '
MYXON COHEN
Seiderman. Among past president*
are Sigmund Dawer. R. M. Donath,
Richard ESssen, George Kronen-
gold. Hyman Marcus. Simon E.
Rubin and Marvin Kirsch.
Mr. Cohen is an officer and
member of the executive commit
tee of Temple Emanu-El. and a
member of the advisory board of
the Miami Beach Auditorium and
Convention Hall.
Harmony Chapter, B'nai B rith
Women, has slated a Chanukah
party for Tuesday ait 8 p.m. in the
Jefferson National, 301 Arthur
Godfrey Rd.
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relations in Florida. And those j
who lived here then and remem-
ber them are going to have a few
memory flashbacks Saturday. Dec.
15, at the Fontainebleau Hotel
when Alex Miller and George Ta-;
lianoff share the same dais at the '
annual dinner-dance of tiie Flor-
ida Chapter of ADL's Society of ]
Fellows.
Miller, recently retired as na- i
tional director of ADL's Commu-
nity Service Division, will be the
guest speaker. And his former as-
sistant, George Talianoff. now a
piominent Miami attorney, will i
receive the Society of Fellows' an-
nual Human Relations Award.
Talianoff really never left the j
ADL, as he now serves as one of
its national commissioners and as
chairman of the agency's com-
munity service division.
Formerly ADL's southern direc-
tor. Miller won a reputation for
exposing and combatting such or-
ganizations as the Ku Klux Klan.
He is an expert on intergroup re-
lations and government and on
three missions to West Germany
he studied that country's efforts
to build democratic values, first
in 1960. then in 1963 and in 1968.
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Women To Hold Rally For
Human Rights Monday
Women's Jewish and non-Jewish organizations throughout
ifiF "Miami community will hold a "Women's Plea for Human
Rights for Soviet Jewry Rally" at 8 p.m., Monday in Temple
Israel, 137 NE 19th St.
Sister Ann Gillen, a Roman Cath-
olic nun who is executive director of the
National Intcrreligious Task Force on
Sovi?t Jewry, will be the guest speaker.
The Task Force consists of Christians
and Jews in the United States who
tounded a permanent Secretariat in Chi-
cago in 1972 to help aid Soviet Jews who
were trying to obtain exit visas.
The rally, which will be narrated
by Rachel Abramowitz, will dramatize
the plight and solidify community sup-
port for the estimated three million
Jews who are d?nied the right to emi-
grate to Israel and other countries for
career';, f,nil reunification or religious freedom.
The Leadership Conference of National Jewish Women's Or-
ganization! in cooperation with the National Conference on So-
viet Jewry and the .National Jewish Community Relations Ad-
visory Council, is sponsoring women's demonstrations in support
of Soviet Jews in Miami and in 50 other cities Dec. 10. The date
marks the 25th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Hu-
man Rights which guaranteed Soviet Jews the "right to leave."
SISTtR ANN GIUIN
Mizrachi Women Ring Doorbells To Raise Funds
Mizrachi Women of Greater Mi-
ami has been granted permission
to go door-to-door throughout the
area on its annual "Sticker Cam-
paign'' to solicit dollars for the
children in its many projects in
Israel. Tuesday, Dec. 18. members
] will be ringing doorbells in Miami
Beach: Tuesday and Wednesday,
, they will march in North Miami
Beach, and members will be in
West and South Miami Tuesday to
Friday, Dec. 17 to 21.
Hadar chapter president Lillian
Chabncr announces a life membcr-
ship party in the Sherry Frontcnac
Club room on Tuesday at 12:30
; p.m. Hostess is Mrs. Anne Hirsch-
man. Thursday. Dec. 20, Hadar's
regular meeting will be held in
the same club room at 12:30 p.m.
"hanukah and Jewish Book month
.\ ill be celebrated.
Fanny April, president of Aviva
"hapter, announces that a life
membership luncheon will be held
Tuesday noon at the home of Mrs.
Isaac Emmer, 100 SW 30th Rd.
Mrs. Abe Balkan, past chairman
of life membership, will be hon-
ored. Chairman of ways and means
is Helen L. Jeffries, cochairman
is Jennie Zeichner.
Vered. cnapier will celebrate
with a cocktail party Saturday at
8:30 p.m. in the home of Rose
Wolowitz, 20140 NE 21st Ct. Res-
ervations chairmen are Kathy
Rosengarten and Judi Bidnick.
Judy Zemel is president.
Hadassah Aliyah Luncheon
~~ To Feature Rev. Forsberg
- Mrs Bernard Mandler, presi-. Miss Forsberg is president of
rtnt of the Miami Chapter of' the Clergy Association of Union.
Hadassah. has announced that the and last year was appointed to the
I Structures Committee of the Cen-
' tral Atlantic Conference, United
Church of Christ.
SCORE Officers
For 1974 Headed
By David Satin
SCORE (Service Corps of Re-
tired Executives) Miami Chapter
has elected its new slate for 1974.
headed by David Satin, president.
Serving with Mr. Satin will be
Nat Rodbart and Leonard M. Mil-
ler, vice presidents: Robert V.
Breck. secretary; Bill Goodman,
treasurer, and Isadore Abrams and
Henry Brody, new members of the
board of directors.
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Miami is made up of 70 retired
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The Surfside Women's League ]
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Pledge luncheon to be held at
11:30 a.m. Monday, at the Fon-
laioebleau Hotel will be the Rev-
eicno .Nancy Elizabeth Forsberg.
Miss Forsberg, an ordained min-
ister of the United Church of
Christ, who recently returned from
Israel is the first woman of her
denomination to have a parish
responsibility in New Jersey.
Miss Forsberg. a lecturer on the
Middle East th:Ourhout the United
States and Canada, has served as
Girls' Director of the West Haven
Community House, and Minister
oi Ch:istain Education in Patcr-
son, N.J.
During her stay in Israel. Miss
Forsberg lived with Jewish and
Arab families in towns, cities, and
farms, attended an Ulpan. and
worked in a kibbutz near the
Syrian-Lebanese border.
A member of Phi Beta Kappa,
Miss Forsberg is li'ted in '\Vhos
Who of American Women, and
has received numerous citations
fo- her contributions to intcrgrouD
relations, including the "Outstand-
ing; Citizen" award of the Pater-
son B'nai B'rith.
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Friday, December 7, 1973
South Dade Hebrew Academy A&Girl Revue At
c I i 1 r 11 r. -if Beth Am Brunch
Scholarship Ball on Dec. 15 Stars Members
The South Dade Hebrew Acad- r:ud:nc the coveted Peabody An all-girl revue featuring mem-
err.y wil. hold its annual scholar-
ship ball this year on Sunday. Dec.
30. at the Eden Roc Hotel.
' d. His recent Middle East as- bcrs.v0f.JJ3,' ToMple Malta AmJ5is-
signment in Israel, where he was i.erhood" will present "Lights
fired upon by Syrian forces in the CameraSocial Action!" at a 10
Guest of honor wil! be Wayne *r torn Golan Heights area, will a m. brunch in Uie temple solial
Farias, WCKT newscaster. An- he shown this Sunday on a W'CKT hall on Wednesday starting at 10
nounci -rent of his acceptance was special. 5 m.
made by Dr. Melvyn Greenstein. "We arc very happy that our. Card Hankin and Beverly
president of the South Dade He- svhool has progressed to its present Marks, cochaiimen of the sicial
brew Academy, which is located at
tne YMHA. 8500 SW 8th St.. and
i- a beneficiary agency of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Mr. Fariss. now in his 15th year
as the station's featured anchor-
man at 6 and 11 p.m., has contrib-
uted signif.cantly to news pro-
gramming that has won many
major national and regional
awards for Channel 7 news, in-
structures. Over 1.000 students re- action committee, head the cast
munity." said Dr. Greenstein, "and Millie Draizar is the pianist, and
we are expecting a good turnout Poidi Orlando will do an into pre-
'o raise much needed scholarship tjve dance,
funds so that we can continue to Tapes and slides of the Russian
Beth Tikva Adds Sisterhood,
Singles Club, Sabbath School
Temple Beth Tikva. which meets Dade County System: Mrs. Karl!
n the Crosa of Glory Church. 025 Driesen, certified teache:; andl
'Sun?et Dr., S. Miami, is three Mrs. Marsha Schneider a certified!
months old and growing rapidly. teacher who formed her own |
A Sabbath School for members nursery school in New Jersey.
y. the temple will begin Jan. 5. j a Singles Club is also forming I
It will be held on Saturday morn- a| the temple for single people be-
ings from 10 to 11:15 a.m. in the ;\vecn the ages of 20 and 30. The
school building. 1 club is planning many socials in.
Following registration there will i eluding a New Year's Eve party
bt a Chanukah paity for the stu- and a cruise. This club is open to
allow all children, regardless of
financial inability, a chance to at-
tend our school."
Information and reservations
may be made at the South Dade
Hebrew Academy.
Comedian, Songstress To Be
Featured At Cedars'' Ball
Jewish family adopted by Sister-
hood will be shown by Cynthia
Lewis and Carolyn VVallach and
I Vickey Cohen will speak on the
, first Tay-Sachs Testing Center in
Dade County.
Advance reservations are re-
quested and will be accepted by
Gerri Legow, Miriam Shaffer, Flor-
ence Birchansky or the temple of-
fice.
dents sponsored by the Sisterhood
:.f the temple.
Director of the Sabbath School
is Frednc Zerlin, a graduate of
iem-
temple members and non-met
bers.
The Sisterhood of the tern
held its first meeting Nov. 13,
Florida Atlantic University who is Fleeted for office were: Rhoda
presently employed by the Dade Zerlin. president; Gail Kricun, vice
lountv Public School System.
president; Enid Zerlin, secretary-
Other teachers for the Sabbath : a"d Pcarl Cutler, treasurer.
School are Miss Susan Paloor. cer-
tified teacher, teaching in the
Next meeting is slated Tuesday.
day.
Rodney Dangerfield, who has
been called the foremost "Angry
Young Comedian" of our times.
wi.l share top billing with song-
stress Nancy Wilson at the Cedars
ol Lebanon Anniversary Ball Sat-
urday in the Fontaineblcau Hotel.
Announcement of their appear-
ance here for a double-starring
(.nenighter was made by John H.
O'Neil. Jr.. chairman of the gala
Mack-tie event to be held in the
Grand Ballroom.
Some 800 guests are expected.
according to board chairman Har-
ry L. Lewis, who heads the 12th
Anniversary Committee.
Dangerfield is a master of the
monologue, deriving his material
from newspapers, television, and
just plain people.
Nancy Wilson has recorded 20
albums for Capitol Records and |
has been enthusiastically received
In Europe. Latin America, Canada,
ind Australia.
"The Cedars of Lebanon Health
Care Center birthday party is tradi-
tionally a fun-evening, with no
peeebes to interrupt the music
I or dancing." said O'Neil. "Our
'committee felt that some down-to-:
;arth American-type humor is just 1
.vhat the doctor ordered, and we
ire pleased that Rodney Danger-
field and Nancy Wilson will head-
line our evening of entertain-
ment."
Hospital president S. K. Bron
-tein will welcome the guests at a
brief cocktail party and reception
at 7 p.m.. prior to the banquet.
Temple Students
Participate In
Friday Service
During Friday evening services
at Temple Beth Tov, the guest
speaker. Councilman Mathew Sle-
pin, will introduce the Hebrew-
School students who will parti-
cipate in the service.
Giving readings in Hebrew and
English will be David Browdy,
John Blumenthal, Ronald Gold-
berg, Neal Finkelstein. Mark Gold-
enberg, Susan Heimberg, David
Lann and Roberta Hinkes
The Oneg Shabbat will honor :
'he students.
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Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Magid of 4747 Collins Ave., and Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Gt-ller of 520 4dth St., will be honored March 10, 1974, al
the 20tn anniversary dinner of Beth Israel Congregation of .Miami
Beach. The Magids recently celebrated their 60th wedding; anniversary.
Long famous for weekly donations and gifts to the needy, the Gellers
spent several months in Israel this past summer where they visited
their children in Pctach Tikva. Now their frequent reports of events
in Israel are direct from their son, a reserve specialist in the Israeli
Air Force Reserve. 'Beth Israel is honored to honor these couples who
re lifetime workers in the vineyard of Orthodox Judaism" says its
spiritual leader Rabbi Mordechai Shapiro, well known Torah scholar

Bernie Sulta, the "Friendly Baliff" for Circuit Court Judge Ed-
ward Klein, is being tendered a farewell party Friday. Dec. 21, at noon,
at the Dade County Courthouse, on the occasion of his retirement after
many years with the Circuit Court. It is being given by judges, secre-
taries, bailiffs, clerks, and other officers of the courts, who will also
present him with a going-away '-!ift. All of Bernio's many friends in
the legal profession who want to be on hand to bid him "good bye and
wish him well." are invited.
Al o in store for Uabelite Bernie and wife, Ror, is an eagerly
waited \i-it from ncwlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Sutta of Annandale.
Va.. anc" Miss Sandy Sutta, a sophomore and honor student at Sophie
Newco.Tib College (Tulane University) in New Orleans. Lots of parties
being planned for the young folks by their many friends and relatives
in the area.

Within hours of the Yom Kippur call-up of th? Israeli reserves,
thousands of civilians offered their aid to maintain essential services,
tilling In for those sent to the front. Among the numerous American
students who immediately volunteered was Sherry Mero of 1304 NE
191st St., a freshman at the American College in Jerusalem. As part of a
large contingent of student-volunteers organized by the American Col-
lege in conjunction with the Israeli authorities, Sherry devoted her
time afier classes working at Jerusalem's egg-distribution center and
knitting caps for soldiers in the Golan Heights.

Five new officers were elected this month at the board of direc-
tors nutting of the Young Democratic Club of Dade County, and it
doesn't appear that the Women's Liberation Movement will have any
complaint about this club all five are women. To keep the record
traight. they are: membership vice president, Bonny Black of Ken-
dale Lakes, who is employed as a caseworker for Congressman Claude
f*epper: recording secretary Cheryl Josepher of Miami, I legal secre-
tary; corresponding secretary Linda Morton of Hialeah, also a legal
ecretarv; director Judy Rosen of North Miami Beach who is employed
as a claims adjuster for State Farm Insurance, and director Lois Gor-
don of Miami who is a secretary.
JWVA Planning
Varied Programs
The activities of the Jewish War
Veterans, Ladies Auxiliaries this
week in Dade and Broward Coun-
ties are:
Robert K. Franzblau 177: Marion
Moskovitz, president, will preside
at a board meeting to be held
Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. at Temple
Israel of Miramar.
West Miami 223: The annual
Chanukah party will be held at
the home of the Gladys Isgar. Ex-
change of gifts and festive foods
will be served. President Shirley
A. Tragash of the Department of
Florida will make her official visit
to the auxiliary.
Miami Beach 330: A board meet-
ing, conducted by Pearl Herman,
president, will be held Thursday.
Dec. 13, at 8 p.m. at the Washing-
Ion Federal, 1234 Washington Ave.
North Shore 677: A social meet-
ing will be held Wednesday eve-
ning at the Washington Federal.
1133 Normandy Dr. Mildred Fein-
silber is president.
Chanukah Festival For Israeli To
Highlight Maccabee Month Dec;. J6
A magnificent "Chanukah, Festi-
val for Israel" highlighting Israel
Bond Maccabee Month will be held
Sunday, Deo. 16. according to Mil-
ton M. Parson, executive director
of the Greater Israel Bond Organ-
ization.
Three of the world's leading
conceit artists will be contributing
their talents to pay special tribute
to Shomrei Yisrael (Guardians of
Israel) purchasers of a minimum
of $1,000 in State of Israel Bonds
since the outbreak of the Yom Kip-
pur War.
Performing at the Chanukah
Festival will be David Bar-Ulan
(piano). Brick Friedman (violin).
and Yehuda Hanani (cello).
Bar Ulan is a third generation
Israeli hailed by critics around the
world as a masterHfonc'ert pianist.
He began his musical training at
Harry H. Cohen 723: A regular
meeting will be held Wednesday
at 7 p.m. at the Surfside Commu-
nity Center.
South Dade 778: A regular meet-
ing will be held Monday evening
at the auxiliary president, Leah
Eisenman's office.
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from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the South
Campus of Miami-Dade Commu-
nity College.
A new Schwinn bicycle is being
offered as a grand prize in the
under-17-year-old rider category;
other prizes will also be awarded.
For information, rider applica-
tions and pledge sheets, call Mrs.
Wendy Richard or Mrs. Leta Gar-
vett.
Harold Samuels, representing
the CARIH headquarters at Den-
ver, will be the guest speaker at
ihe Gift of Life Chapter meeting
Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Dade
Federal Building at U.S. 1 and
I \endall Dr. The public is invited;
refreshments will be served.
Women's American 0RT To
Cosponsor Trip to Israel
in response to a direct appeal
from the Minister of Tourism of
Israel, Women's American ORT
(Organization for Rehabilitation
through Training) is cosponsoring
the Maccabean Trip to Israel
along with Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz. spiritual leader of Temple
Menorah.
The 10 day tour from Dec. 17 to
27, will be all inclusive and in-
clude a tour of an ORT school. A
mass mailing has already been
sent to the entire membership
and will reach into the homes of
over 5,000 Dade County families.
Information regarding the tour
may be secured Rabbi Abramowitz
at the temple.
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Assistant State Attorney Ron
Lleberman, president of the
Young Democratic Club of Dade
County, was named outstanding
alumnus of 1973 at the annual
banquet of Phi Alpha Delta law
fraternity according to its presi-
dent. Robert Robbins. Lieber-
man. who earned his B.A. degree
at the University of Miami and
received his J.D. degree from
the University of Tulsa College
of Law. is an alumni advisor to
the University of Miami Rosco
Chapter, Phi Alpha Delta and is
a member of the board of direc-
tors of the Greater Miami Jay-
cees.
it Henry Burger, who has joined
Wometco Enterprises, Inc., as
district manager in charge of
theatres in the North Dade
County area is a 38 year industry
veteran, having served as east-
ern division manager for Nation-
al General Theatres, with head-
quarters in New York City.
Burger also servd in similar
capacities with Stanley-Warner
Theatres.
Joromr- A. Belinsky, cashier
of Jefferson National Bank at
Kendall, has been appointed vice
president, Frank J. Phillips,
president, announced. Belinsky,
a member of the Miami banking
community for 14 years, joined
Jefferson National Bank of Mi-
ami Beach in 1970 and was ap-
pointed cashier of Jefferson Na-
tional Bank at Kendall in June,
1972.
Morris Mclemore Speaking
At Sports Lodge Meeting
Morris McLemore, veteran Ch.
7 sportscaster, was to be the guest
speaker at the Thursday evening
meeting of B'nai B'rith's Sports
lodge, in the Jefferson National
Bank, 301 Arthur Godfrey Rd.,
Miami Beach.
"Mac,'' a member, of the Orange
Bowl Committee, former sports-
writer for the Miami News, played
football at Vanderbllt University
and the University of Georgia. He
was to be introduced by Ed Wein-
er, foimer secretary of New York
City's Touchdown Club.
Chanukah Smorgasbord
Temple Beth Tov Sisterhood is
sponsoring its annual Chanukah
the age of 4, and received a
thorough musical and cultural
education in Israel. His career was
interrupted by Israel's War of In-
dependence, and he did not appear
on the international concert stage
until he was nearly 30, when he
made his debut with the Israel;
Philharmonic.
Friedman, the dashing ijtqung
violin virtuoso, recently celebrated
his 20th anniversary before the
concert-going public. He has ap-
peared as guest soloist with.manv
of the world's great orchestras in
eluding the New York Philharmon-
ic and the National Symphony in
Washington, as well as with the
Greater Miami Symphony, and the
Berlin Philharmonic.
Hanani has been called "one of
the great young cellists of our
time." The Israeli-born artist,
whose brother was killed during
the Yom Kippur War, has played
with the major orchestras across
the country, including the Philadel-
phia Orchestra, the Baltimore Sym-
phony, and the New Orleans Sym-
phony.
The "Chanukah Festival for Is-
rael." which is under the direction
of Mrs. Judy Drucker, director, oi
Temple Beth Sholom's Great Art-
ist Series, will be held at the For.
tainebleau Hotel's Grand Ballroom.
Admission is reserved only f-)r
Shomrei Yisraei. For prospectus
information, contact State oi Israel
Bonds. 420 Lincoln Rd;, .Miami
Beach.
Histadrut Women's Luncheon
Marsha Wolfstein Chapter. His-
tadrut Women's Council, plans a
paid-up membership luncheon a:
noon Wednesday, Dec. 12, in the
Four Freedoms House recreation
room on the 15th floor. For reser-
vations contact Mrs. Morris Kogan.
Mrs. Tessie Kirson or the Histadrut
office. 420 Lincoln Rd. Mrs. Philip
Sahl is chapter president.
M-DCC's Downtown Campus
Being Dedicated Wednesday
The Downtown Campus. Miami-
Dade Community College's newest,
will be dedicated Wednesday in a
12:30 p.m. ceremony on the patio.
M-DCC president, Dr. Peter Ma-
siko. Jr., will preside at the dedi-
cation ceremony.
A lunchtime Lively Arts con-
cert and a parade of high school
marching bands will precede the
dedication and an open house will
follow the ceremony, with stu-
mart and smorgasbord at the tern-1 dents serving as guides for tours
pie Sunday starting at 4:30 p.m. of the seven-level structure, which
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Mrk. Helen Winarick To Receive
Scroll of Honor Monday Evening
The Israel Bond Organization
will present the "Scroll of Honor"
to Mrs. Helen Winarick at a
"Night in Israel" to be held Mon-
day "evening at the Arlen Beach
Apts.. Miami Beach, according to
Milton M. Parson, executive direc-
Mrs. Winarick, a vice president
of the South Florida chapter of
the American Friends of the He-
brew University in Jerusalem, is
a board member of the National
Council of Jewish Women.
In 1967. as an Honoree of Is-
rael. Mrs. Winarick was a member
of a special mission to Israel for
Israel Bonds immediately follow-
ing the Six-Day War. A life mem-
ber of Hadassah and the Dougias
Garden Home for the Aged, she is
active in the Women's Divisions
of B'nai B'rith. the United Jew
;sh Appeal, and Brandeis Univer-
sity
Ms. Winarick is a member of
the Temple Emanu-El congrega-
tion In Miami Beach, and is a
Benefactor of the Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary in New York
The Scroll of Honor is being
presented to Mrs. Winarick in ap-
preciation of her continued sup-
fii*a^ farms
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port of Israel's economic develop-
ment.
Serving as chairmen for the
Vrlen Beach "Night in Israel" are
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Goldbium, Dr.
jnd Mrs. Pace Miller, and Mr. and
Mrs. George White.
Talk on Medical Engineering
At Technion Women Buffet
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Miami Chapter of the Women's
Division, American Society for
Technion will' hold a cocktail-
buffet at 7 p.m. Saturday. Dec. 15.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ken
neth Rosen, 4730 Santa Maria.
Coral Gables. E.len Baum is presi-
dent. Julia Haffner and Shirley
Greenberg are cochairmen. and
Miss Anne Wollman is in change
of reservations.
The following panel will discuss
medical engineering: Dr. Jacob
Kline. Prafeseor and Director, Bio-
. Medical Engineeiing and Director
.' Medical instrumentation Labora-
tory School of Medicine, University
of Miami; Dr. Frank Gollan. Chief
Research Director of Nuclear
Medical Services of Veterans' Hos-
pital and Professor of Anaes-
. thesiology and Surgery of [Ml
School of Medicine; Dr. Maxwell
Dauer, Professor and Director. Di-
vision of Radiation Physics and
consultant on technical design,
operations and running of hospi-
' tab and medical facilities. U-M
School of Medicine, and Dr. Ronald
; Ho3ek.
Technion in Haifa. Israel, is
[ recognized as one of the foremost
> institutes -of its kind in the uorM.
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Taffy Bebrr, wife of Dr. Bud
and daughter of Estelle and Emil
Gould, told me that she hat
moved from decorating to real
estate and development as a
means to develop herself. Taffy
was greeting first-nighters at the
Miami Art Center which is now
having a very extraordinary ret-
rospective of the works of Karel
\P'l. It just might be the best
art show Miami has ever had.
and I'm told that Gloria I.uria
(who was there) is the angel be-
hind Appel in Miami. She de-
serves hosannas nnd even some
sales for widening Miami's artis-
tic horizons.
In another art form, jewelry-
making. Jimmy Horowitz, age 19.
will be selling 'lis wares at the
Bereneon Gallery in Bay Harbor.
Jimmy's parents are Bunny and
Arthur, and. if you remember the
art work in Junior's, you'll know
h<- comes by hi-i interests natu-
rally. Bunny, by the way. is up at
the Berenson Gallery these days.
standing in for l>orothy Blau.
who's resuperating from surgery.
While on the subject of arti
and recuperating, Barbara Far-
relL young president of WAIT, is
both, but she's recovered enough
to be complaining anew about
the plight of women artists: when
she wrote to New York museums
for slides of women's works in
their permanent collections, four
slides were sent, to her. Wow.

A one-night art stand was held
&t Burdint's in behalf of Florida
International University. Graph-
ics selling for $90 and up. and
Ami Sheila and Leonard Turkel
claimed they get the same ones
in -New York for $5. Warning:
beware of posters that are not
limited edition graphics. Do you
think I'm becoming an art cru-
sader in my old age?

Chickee chatter: The latest cri-
sis in Coral Gables involves just
that: chatter about chickees.
Seems that the Coral Gables fath-
ers are claiming they must go:
fire hazards. The chickee conser-
vationists are in cahoots on a col-
laboration to keep the caretakers
of the Gables from condemning
their Cherokee constructions.
Moral: citizens of coral cities
should not throw stones at peo-
ple with palmetto pads. To Linda
Potash, Tema Burk, Nancy Mayer,
Barbara Abelson, chickee cherish-
ers all, Geronimo!

It's the time of year for school
scouting, and the kids are out
looking en masse. Louise Jaco-
wltz and Karen Franco, daughters
of Arthur and Joan and Iris and
Dan, went to Syracuse Univer-
sity and points each. Others hit-
ting that scary trail are Susan
Burk, Bradley Ruskin and An-
nette Rosenfeld.

Bert Goldberg, the Mike Todd
of Miami, looks like he has an-
other winner with his new bistro.
The Widow McCoy in Coconut
Grove. Bert, sporting a black der-
by and a blacker beard, tells me
he plans to originate a radio
show from the place, a la Barry'
Gray.
0
At another club. The Palm Bay.
Ron Levitt, the public relations
executive, gave a dinner party for ;
.l U'INZ-AM. Also in the grou; '
were Mr. and Mrs. Jon Hill anil
Dick Fixaris. I hear that Mrs.
Hawley is quite a tennis player.
Glad she s up dn the Beach where
she offers me no competition.
There wasn't a bit of competi-
tion between Joyce Sumberg and
Val Silberman as they gave a 1
tctlk about their trip to Israel be-1
fore a group of board members j
of Federation. Fighting back the
tears, as everyone does at those ,
things, were Helene Berger.
Gwen Weinberger, Barbara Mai-
man, Bobbi Gilbert. Marge Hill,
/.'Ida Thau and, of course, Toby
Friedland and Reva Wexler. Won-'
der how Dan and Gloria Cravitt,;
who emigrated to Israel from |
Miami, are doing these days?

I know that Helen Morton and
Jean Sochet are doing fine, ski
ing away in Vale, Colo. The lifts
just opened there, and they are
among the first Miamians to be
using them. Later this year, Di-
ane and Eddy Eisenberg, Judy
and Woody Weiser, Paula and
Sonny Barr, Leila and Alan Mar-
cus, Pat and Marty Fine, Dick
and Diane Sepler. Sue and Chuck
Cobb, Jill and Stanley Arkin,
Lois and Jay Siegel, Gloria and
Howard Scharlin, and maybe, Ron
and Myrna Ruskin will all be ski-
ing out into the sunset. If there's
enough fuel to get them there.
Deauville Star
Theatre Begins
Season Dee. 25
The Deauville Star Theatre box-
office in the Deauville Hotel. 6701
Jollins Ave., Miami Beach, opened
Friday. Nov. .'10. according to Tony
L'arone. manager.
This will be the third winter
etson the Deauville Star Theatre
has presented major-name shows
in a unique theatre setting. All
shows are 2 to 2>-2 hours long.
There is no food or beverage serv-
ce during the shows in the 3.000-
Derson capacity theatre.
There are two major stars in
ach show; both appear for ap-
proximately an hour with an inter-
nission dividing the bill.
Tickets will be available in the
Jeauville box-oftice from 10 a.m.
o 5 p.m. daily. Tickets are also,
available at all Jordan Marsh
tores in Greater Miami. Holly-
A-ood, Fort Lauderdale and West
Palm Beach, and all Ticketron out-
lets.
Attractions signed for the up-
coming season include Helen Red
ly and Joan Rivers. Dec. 25-Jan.
I: Shecky Greene and Vic Damone. j
Feb. 8-17; Alan Kins and Cass
E.liott. Feb. 23-Mar. 4: Totie Fields
and Florence Henderson Mar. 8-
17: Steve Lawrence. Eydie Gorme
ind Jan Mu-rav Mar. 21-30.
When you see
the models at
Water Bridge,
you'll see a lot of
reasons why
Levitt & Sons
is one of America's
most trusted
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Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33313
Phone: (305) 791-8690
Models open daily 10 to 6.
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Bar Mitzvah
(ngrid Yuken
*icky Scott
Daniel Celber
John Ager
Leonard Miller
INT.RID YUKEN
Ingrid. daughter of Mr. and Mrs
lemon Yuken. will become Bat
pvah at Temple Menorah Fn
[verting. D?e. 7.
ngrid is an eighth grade student
\'::t Hebrew Academy.
honor of the occasion there
be a reception and dinner
|day evening at the Eden Roc
el.
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JOHN AGER
;hn Michael, son of Mr. and
Ronald Ager will become Bar Bar 5,lt*vah di ring Saturday
kvah Saturday. Dec. 8, at Tern-1 mrn,nfi services at Temple Beth
Izmanu-El. j Sholom Dec. 8.
Mm attends the afternoon re- The celebrant is the son of Mr
bd, school of Temple Emanu- \ ind Mrs. Sevmour Gelber and if
knd is an eighth grade student< stuHen. of the confirmation
| a Fisher Junior High School. | class of 5735.
he- celebrant will be honored | $ ,"* A
a reception at the Eden Roc I _. RICKY SCOTT
el His grandparents, Mr. and i Rlck>' Evan. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Silverman and Mrs. Bet-1 Shel(!?n Scott' wil1 celebrate his
kger will attend.
tf a
I ARISA ROTH
irisa Arnina, daughter of Mr.
Mrs. Arthur Roth, will ob-
e her Bat Mitzvah Saturday
.:ie at B'nai Israel and Great-
ZOA Holding Reception For
Weisman, Pilsk And Giesser
/.: mist Oi ^anizaiion oi
America wi.lhoid .i private recep
. m at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
' timer May Sundaj after, oon
meet Herman L. Weisman. presi-
lent ol the ZJA, Maurice Pilsk.
'resident of the Southeast Region
1 ind Oavid Giesser. the new dire<
or of the Southeast Region.
Forme: ly active in this area.
iiesser has maintained an excel-
.ent r< putation as a professional
n his titld for t.ie past 25 years,
lOlding executive positions with
aiious major national organiza
ions.
' imitation Cream Cheese A .violins
For Dieters From Krall Foods
Art Forum Talks On
'Creativity1 Picasso
A demonstration of "Creativity
n Will-' by Cesia Landsfield, art
nstructor. will be given before the
Monthly Art Forum of the Miami
Beach Art Club Tuesday at 7 p.m.
n the Miami Beach Pugiic Lib
ary.
On Friday, Dec. 14, Prof. Pat Do
I-ong will give an "Intimate Look
at Picasso" in a newly acquired
film narration. The lecture is
scheduled for p.m. at Washing
on Federal. 1234 Washington Ave.
war Mitzvah at Tempie Beth Am.
Saturday. Dec. 8.
Ricky attends Palmetto Junior
High School and has received hi?
religious education at Temple Beth
Am.
There will be a luncheon at the
M.arm Youth Synagogue. Marriott Hotel following the serv-
arisa is in the seventh grade J ices at ,he temple.
^\HnIZACJdT\?h/ri\ I" attendance at Ricky's Bar
,i> a member of the Student m { d.
K.l She was the founder and mothei. M Anna\Capp*n of
fcdent of Junior M.zrachi. CIeveland ohjo and Mr and Mrs
ri=a Is the granddaughter of Joseph Scherer of Corai Gables,
land Mrs. Abraham Barkan of---------------------------------------
Pythian Ladies Meet
Ladies Auxiliary, George Gersh-
vin Lodge No. 190, Knights of
Pythias, will hold a general meet
ng Monday Dec. 17, at 8 p.m. in
he Surfslde Community Center.
Mrs. Sam Horowitz and Mrs. Fran-
is Gans are members of the presi-
hum
Zimrah Ensemble Choir
The Zimrah Ensemble Choir and
Mandolin Group, sponsored by the
Farband Lebodiker Branch, re-
hearses every Monday at 7:30 p.m.
n the music room oi the Ida Fish-
sr High School. The ensemble is
low preparing for its fifth annual
'onceit to be held at the Miami
3each Auditorium Feb. 23.
Beach, Mrs. Lillie Roth of
i oelmrre. N.Y., and Mr. and
Morris Roth of Miami Beach.
reception in Larisa's honor
JWV Council Meeting
Planned for Sunday
Jewish War Veterans Depart-
b< held after the services. Out nl of Florida Commander M.
|own guests will include Mrs ,a> Berliner has announced that
Roth, Mrs. Hannah Sterr of ',herc wi" bp a quarterly meetine
klyn. N.Y., David Gartenlaub f lh? Council of Administration
Blley Stream, N.Y., and Jasha Sunday, at the Holiday Inn, 2201
in of Odessa; Russia, Collins Ave.
A "Breakfast with the Depart-
ment Commander" at f>:30 a m.
will precede the business meeting
Sheldon G. Miller. 14180 SW some 100 JWV members from 23
Ave., will observe his Bar posts are expected to attend.
h Saturday, Dec. 8, at Beth--------------------------------------
Congregate p^y pj^ ( ,,,
\e celebrant is in the eighth 0 -,. v
at Palmetto Junior High StratlHg 15th ear
and has attenr.ed Beth | The Onec Shabbos of the David
Sisterhood Holiday Party
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Raphael will meet Tuesday, D?c.
20. at 7.30 p.m. for a Chanukah
party with holiday refreshments.
it f"r
LEONARD MILLER
lenard Elliot, son of Mr. and
Religious School for two Pinski Culture Club will begin its ,
15th sen-nn Fridav at 8 nm.. in |
I and Mrs. Miller will honor j .-.on at a reception to be held
David William Hotel. Among Tenor Samuel HelfetZ. will pre
Is will be* grandparents. Mr sent a group of Yiddish and He-
IMrs. Ben Krasnow and Mrs. brew songs, accompanied by pian-
^n Miller, all of Miami Beach, ist Helen Skolnick. Subject of a
& ft talk by L. Lasavin, author and
DANIEL GELBER lecturer, will be the poet. "Ye- i
liel Saul Gelber will observe huda Halevi."
Gutmann Elected By UAHC
I NEW YORK. NY. Harry K.
iiitmann of Scarsdale. N.Y. has
: been elected to his first full two-
: vear term as the cnairman of the
board oi trustees of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations.
national body of Reform Judaism
In the United States and Canada
serving 710 synagogues and 1.1
million members.

BAR MITZVAH PLANS
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The Bal-Bay-Surf Unit Women's
Corps of the Papanicolaou Cancer .
Research Institute of Miami is
'i.r.in;: its annual fund raising:
luncheon Wednesday noon at the
Poral Beach Hotel. A fashion show
by Richards Dept. Store will be j
"eatured Eva Kaplan is in charge
if reservations.
The secret's out smart home
makers can now prepare delicious
holiday recipes using a new prod
uct from the people at Kraft. It's
called "Philadelphia Brand Imita-
tion Cream Cheese" and it has thai
same great Philadelphia flavor
you've loved over the- years.
Philadelphia Brand Imitation
Cream Cheese is the delectable an
-wer for many of your srrumptu-
ous dess?rt recipes which call for
cream cheese. And. of course, it's
aise ideal for toast or bagel spread
ing too!
You see. Philadelphia Brand Imi
tation Cream Cheese is lower in
fat and higher in protein. And
with only 432 calories per 8-oz.
package (compared to 768 calories
of regular cram cheesel it just
makes a lot of sense for folks on a
diet. It also means that a 1-oz. serv-
ing "costs" you a mere 54 calories.
Serving idea: prepare a zippy
"dip" made from Philadelphia
Brand Imitation Cream Cheese .
accompanied by a crisp raw car-
rot and celery' sticks and c.iuli-
flowerets. See if you don't agree
that this fine product COOKS and
TASTES jusl !ik-- real cream
i heese!
Kraft Philadelphia Brand imita-
tion Cream Cheese is certified
Kosher. Look for it at the store
when shopping for all your Chan-
ukah meals.
Small Businessmen Invited
To Ail-end SCORE Meeting
The monthly conference spon-
sored by the Service Corps of Re-
tired Executives (SCORE) and the
Sma 1 Business Administration will
be h-ld Tuesday from 8:30 am to
4 p.r.i. in Room 208 of the Federal
Building. 51 SW 1st Ave.
A number of specialists are
scheduled to discuss what you need
to know to operate a small busi-
ness during these difficult times.
The meeting is free to the first 50
persons making reservations by
telephoning the SCORE office. Per-
sonal counseling is also available.
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Campers are 5 16 Camper Waiter & CIT Programs Boys & Girls 16-r or
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Outstanding water skiing program 3 motor boats new 35 ft. ski Jump.
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Extended canoe trips and sailing programs 25 sailboats.
4 indoor regulation Brunswick bowling lanes.
9 hole golf course professional instruction.
English and Western riding 7 miles of trails.
Ham radio and electronics, photography, rocketry, fencing and karate.
Superb international staff.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT THE DIRECTORS
IN MIAMI AT 758-9454 or OUR MIAMI REPRESENTATIVE
Mrs. Jack (Nancy) Davis. 11042 Paradella Avenue,
Coral Gables, Fla. Tel. 665 7923 or 665-9147
CAMP REUNION SUNDAY
DECEMBER 16, 1973
Past, Present and prospective campers, parents and staff
are cordially invited to attend our annual CAMP REUNION
on Sunday, December 16, 1973, 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at
the LUAU RESTAURANT, 1755 79th Street Causeway, Miami
Beach. 1973 Color Slides, entertainment and bargeque
luncheon. For Reservations call 665-7923 or 758-9454.
Wimer Office
POCONO HIGHLAND CAMPS
N. W. Cor. Cislor Ave. Gilham St.
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 19149 (215) JE3-ISS7
Directors. Mrs. Earle U. Weinberg, Mi Louis P Weinbenj. Dr. Robert J. Weinberg
Membtrt of American Camping Association. Association of Private Camps
Camp Barney Medinr^
. ACampWhere Judaism Is Alive!
You Can't Afford Not To Give Your Child This Experience
ATLANTA JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER Announces limited enrollment for Camp
Barney Medintz for Greater Miami Campers. Interested Parents. Campers and Friends will
hold a meeting at the Greater Miami Y.M.H.A. on December 23rd*t 100 p.m.
For further information, call 534-6556 after 6.00 p.m.
Steven H. Krams director
Formally, asst. director U.A.H.C. Camp Coleman;
Youth Director Temple Israel and Temple Beth Sholom, Miami. Regional
Director Youth Midwest UAHC.
1745 Peachtrec Road. N E Atlanta. Georgia 30309


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Friday. December 7, 1973
Nibblers Make
The Party Scene

With the party season in full
6wmg a few ideas for some deli-
cious nibblers are in order.
It's always fun to have some-
thing different for guests to enjoy.
Dutch-inspired, these mouth-water-
ing goodios call for Holland Edam
cheese the cheese that's always
dressed for a party in its cherry
red wax jacket.
If you'd like to impress friends
and family, tm pi* <;t"ff<"i ^h.
Spread. It
and enough mayonnaise to moisten
in a blender or mixer. Season to
taste with Tabasco and Worcester
shire sauce. Mix well and pile back
into shell. Use remaining mix^e
for secpnds. "
DUTCH CHEESE TART
10 oz. Edam Cheese imported
from Holland
requires very little ef-l \t cup melted butter
fort yet makes a handsome show-
ing.
STUFFED EDAM SPREAD
Cut a two- or three-inch slice
from the top of an imported Hol-
land Edam ball. Scoop out the
cheese leaving one-quarter inch
shell.
Allow sconped-out cheese to
come to room temperature: then
shred. Combine shredded cheoso
33rd SEASON 1973-74
BY GIORDANO (iN ITALIAN)
Slarnnj
GltOA CRUZ HOMO. CARLO BERGONZI
MATTEO MANUGUERR*
Mon8,Sat.Janunry21 &26.1974
Dade County Auditorium
Wednesday. January 23. 1974
Miami Beach Auditorium
LOUISE RUSSELL
Crucible
Y ROIT WARD (IN ENGLISH)
Starring
LOUISE RUSSELL. BEVERLY WOLFF
CHESTERLUOGIN.ARNOLDVOKETAITIS
Mon & Sat. March 11 & 16,1974
Dade County Auditorium
Wednesday. March 13. 1974
Miami Beach Auditorium
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JOAN SUTHERLAND JOHN ALEXANDER
CORNELIS OPTHOF. JAMES MORRIS
RICHARD 60NYNGE. Guest Conductor
Sat & Sat, February 9 & 16.1974
Dade County Auditorium
Wednesday. February 13. 1974
Miami Beach Auditorium
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Wednesday. April 3. 1974
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3 tbs. all-purpose flour
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2 eggs (beaten)
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December 7. 1973
* Jew 1st tkridRain
Paqe 13 B
rvice of Thanksgiving Planned
?y ^Rev. (ihson's Congregation
Rev. Theodore Gibson's con-
ion will have a service of
ulvifl Sunday at 4 p.m. at
KpisWopal'Thurch, 341 Hi-,
St., V'oconut Grove. ** '**'
onlyMhose who woikcd in
tomirifcsioner Gibson's cam-
bul i candidateswinners
J-ers and their supporters
sen |pvi'.id.
Herbert Baumgard of
Beth Am will address the
ig. A reception will follow
rvice.
ad cf the usual I istimonial
the vestry and congrei a-
CWist Epi icopal Church
witA me that il would be
kpprqpriate to have a service
f.anksnving," Rev. Gibson:
want it to be an "Open
for all segments of the
fitV. THEODORE GIBSON
ommunity so that we can bring
blacks, whiles. Latins, and every
ither segmenl of our society to-
gether," he added.
ashington Federal Staff 'Adopts'
iiinland Training Center Cottage
fng an example of humani-
pubJk-spirited involvement
plight of less fortunate
fers of the community, the
kf Washington Federal Sav-
nd Loan Association, Nor-
Branch, Miami Beach, has
aken 'Operation Sunland."
have adopted an entire cot-
f 25 residents of Sunland
ig Center, a home for re-
children, as their "baby."
of the members of the
ton Federal staff give of
>le Features On Tap
double features are on tap
metco Theatres this week.
Friday at the Miami and
Lvenue will be "Mean Moth-
Id "Fox Style": and at the
land Tropicaire, "Night of
Iving Dead" and "Crypt of
Iving Dead." Holdovers in-
fThe Way We Were" at the
[and "American Graffiti" at
their spare time and energies
weekends to bring a ray of sun-
shine and good cheer to the 25
kids who look foi ward eagerly to
their visits.
The staff brings them food,
candy, toys and clothing. But more
important, they give of themselves:
They join in various activities with
the kids run about with them
and play games help them
draw and finger-paint. A program
In which the youngsters will get
free tickets for baseball, football
and other sporting events is be
>r.g planned and local "clubs and
universities are cooperating.
There are 920 children in the
Sunland Training Center, but the
staff of Washington Federal can
only take care of a limited nurn-
,ter of them. However, they hope
by their example, to encourage
ithers to do the same.
Financial Federal
Urged To Turn Its
Lighted Signs On
Financial Feuerai Savings andi
'. Loan Association, which turned off,
' the lights atop Miami Beach's tall-
I est office building to conserve
enei :y. is being urged by local
residents to turn tin m hack on
again.
Most calls and letters emphasize
how much local residents depend
on the .-ign to tell them the time
I i day and the temperature, ac- I
; cording to Milton Weiss, president.
"All the people here miss it
mi re than anything on this Miami
Beach," wrote one lady. "This is
not Miami Beach anymore, other-
wise. My husband is an electrical
engineer and he says it doesn'l
cost so much to run it," she con-
tinued.
One caller contended that the
:et result would be to use more,
lot less, energy, "if a 1 the people
.vho have depended on the sign
Save to go out and buy electric
locks, then more energy will be
:onsumed than the sign uses," he
said.
Weiss said that because of the
i-eaction of the public, Financial
Federal is considering turning the
ights back on for at least a por-
tion of the day. Undci the rules
.et out by President Nixon, iden-
Brandeis Elected To Succeed Broad
As Bank's President And Director
The hoard of directors of The
First National Bank of Bav llar-
Islands.
announcec
lection of Thomas H. Brandeis to
the office of president and chief
idministrative officer. He succeeds
Morris N. Broad, who will retain
he post of chairman of the board
md chief executive officer of the
hank.
Brandeis, who will alro seive as
ilication signs would be exempt director, joined the bank as vice
Bachelor of Science degree in
Business Administration. He is
:ufov in mam r.Mc organizations
antl serves Tis vice president and
director of Interama Chamber of
Comme ce, director of North
Shore Kiwanis Club and of Jewish
Vocational Services, and i- a
number of the executive board of
[he Sustaining Fellows ol Mount
Sinai Hospital,
The affiliation of 1 le Firsl Na-
tional B ink ol Ba; Harb >r i-l in la
and Barnetl Banks oi Florida, [nc.
was recently consun
n qua I is being made to I
tn Hi r of the 'ui rencj foi
mission to change th of the
i ..nk to Ba r.ctl Bank oi Bay liar-
r Islands, N.A.
Nizer At l*tli Torah
Attorney-author Louis Nizer will
appear al Beth Torah Congrega-
tion Thursday, Dec. 13. at 8:30 p.m.
in the main sanctuary. Mr. Nizer,
whose legal activities are chroni-
cled in the books "My Life in
Court" and "The Jury Returns."
has also written a number of other
books. His latest, "The Implosion
Conspiracy," depicts the spy story
of the century the Rosenbergs'
theft of atomic secrets.
ktelub Affair Set
ghtclub affair at Ahavat
Congregation is scheduled
Iturday evening with con-
live entertainment begin-
It 9 p.m.
inter With The Rabbi
Sholom Sisterhood will
Wednesday. Dec. 19. in the
>gue social hall. Refresh-
will be served starting at '
[with the program. "Encoun-!
fcth Rabbi Phineas A. Weber-
[to follow a' 1:30 p.m.
lEGAt NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
|ONSTRUCT'VE SF.RVICE
(NO PRnpcoTVi
IE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
JVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE fQUNTV
IVIL ACTION NO. 73 ?966
SENERAI^IR'SDICTION
DIVISION
JTION FOR DISSOI UTION
OF MARRIAGE
|: Tin- Marriage of
Mrs. J. Bearnian
Recently Elected
To NFTS Board
Mrs. Julius E. Bearman of Tem-
ple Judca. Coral Gables, was
elected to the board of directors of
the National Federation of Temttle
Sisterhoods at the joint convention
of the NFTS and the' Union of!
Vmerican Hebrew Congregations I
held in New York City-recently.
The National rederatMn of Tem-
ple Sisterhoods Consists of 633
affiliated sisterhoods in 15 coun-
tries wilh a member.-hio of 100.000
women directed by a# 110 member
board of directors. j
Mrs. Bearman i> a member of
the executive board of directors of
the Southeast Federation of Tem-
ple Sisterhoods.
A graduate of the University of'
Miami and a resident of South |
Florida for 33 years. Mrs. Bear I
man is a M 1 president, of Temple
Judea Sisterhood and a"member of
the temple's board of. directors.
from compi|sory shut-downs.
"When we made the decision to
I *urn off our lights here and at our
! five other locations throughout
i)ade County." Weiss said, "we
were not aware of how much these
signs had become a part of the
ives of the residents of the com-
munity.
'For this reason, we are taking
i long, hard look at our action and :
must now weigh the effects of this
iction against the wishes of the
people who live here." he said.
Financial Federal's tower, lo-,
:i,ted at Washington Avenue and
Lincoln Road Mail, has become a
landmaik for touiists and local
esidents alike over the past 15 :
,ears.
Financial Federal is the second
ildest savings and loan association
u the United States and one of'
he largest in the southeast, with
.isscts in excess of S560 million.
president in 1968. His previous
banking experience was with The
Bank of Miami B >ach, City Nation-
il Bank of Miami Beach and Amer-
ican Savings and Loan Association
~ii F.orida.
A graduate of Pennsylvania
State University, Brandeis holds a
Luncheon Card Party
Yaffa Group of the Miami Chap-
ter of Hadassah will hold a lunch-
eon and card party Tuesday, Dec.
13, at 11:30 a.m.. in the Washing-
ton Federal, 699 NE 167th St.
DISCOUNT CENTER
1605 WASHINGTON A VE. MIAMI IEACH
IOWKT *VAIIAIU IVHYDAY MICK
PMSCHIPTION DEH. COMPUTf NATIONAL IMMOS
Mayor John B. Orr
To Be Forum Speaker
Metro Mayor John B. Orr. Jr.. j
will speak on "Metio is Moving"
it the Forte Forum Tuesday at 1
p.m., in the Forte Auditorium.
Mayor Orr graduated from Duke
University and the University of '
Florida. He is a practicing attor-
ney, and in banking and life in-
surance. He was foi merry a Muni-
cipal Judge, and Assistant District .
Attorney.
|u \* H RET,
mi
DO ItKY.
i ml -
[AROl l i REY
Dolorea del Vail*
lllr No lit* S H
marra Terrace. Puerto R'co
AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
i action fir Dissolution of Mar-
ia been filed a.ga.lns1 you and
e reaulred tn serve .t copj '
rltten defenses If any, U
i i i: \ s ): li.....v foi Petl
. whose address Is 8720 W. Fla-
ltr.it. Mliiml. Florida, and rile
priKinl wilh Ihe clerk of the
>tvled court on or before Jan-
.".. l!'7t; otherv Ise a di faull
entered nsalftst jra for the
demanded In ihf complaint or
r?H-
t* in.lice shall !" published once
Ifceek fr four consecutive weeks
HK JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
PNESS mv hand and the seal ol
nurt at Miami. -Florida on this
t of December. l!'73.
RICHARD P. BRJNKBR
A. Clerk. Circuit i'"''
Dade County, yftriila
By A. J HIVAS
As Deputy Clerk
lilt CottttSeaU
IJ) CBASK ., ..
est Fmrier ?"'.,
by tor Petft&iUr M ^_-
IEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CPCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AN"D FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73.673
FRANK B. OOWL'NG
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' in RE: Ealnte of
HEX. iMIN l i" OFF
T<> All Cretllti n and All Prsi n Hav-
iiit- Claims or Demands Analnsl 8a,m
: '''v!'.u .re hi reby notlflea*anil ^ ' (,, present Bnj claims and I
which you may have am nt Ihe ea-
,.,!,. 0f BENJAMIN III"!
' | ,., ,.. ,,...1,. com li Florida, t i
th, Circuit Jurtnei of Da County
ino file the same In &$$ ','
nrnvlded 'II Section ..i.l.l'i. I- .nil.I
BWitS In their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County. 1-or-
Ithln four ,.,1,-ni.i;-,"..,i
the time of the first PuSWcatlon here-
of or the same "ill '> harred
Filed at Miami, Florida this :. day
,,f November. A.D, 1973
.Morton LUCOfl
As Executor
Fir-t publloatlon of this notice on
the 30 day of November. 17J
tyers, KapUn, Porter. Levtnson A
Kenln
Attorneys for Executor
1428 Brickell Avenue, "'j^1^
Sunday Is 'Market Day'
Temnle Sinai Sisterhood pre-
sents its most exciting event of
the year. "Market Day" Sunday
from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. on the '
temple grounds featuring Tupper
vare, boutique items and clothine.
The kids are welcome and lunch
will be available.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PRCBATE DIV'S'ON
PROBATE NO. 73-6911 DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE r-'. 'i i i
SYI .iv I RESPO
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Tn All Credlli rs :i-i.I All Persons Hi <
nn Claims or Demands AKalnsl >
i: ti
you are hereby m llfled i reouire
-,, nresenl any cla'ms and demand*
M'hlch v'i'U may have aaalnsl th.....
:-,i. of SYI via i RESPi i decaosed
: Dade County, Florida, to the
L'lrcuil Judjres of Dade County, and
in, ihe s.iin. in duplicate and .i- oro-
In Bection 7 ;:: :;. Floi Ida Stal
iites in their offices In the Counts
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida.
four calendar months tn m
urn. of the first publication hereof.
aame will be ban -..
Piled al Miami. Floi
of November, A i> 1973
ROBERT RUSSELL
As Administrator
First publication of this notl
the 7 day Of December 1973.
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Paqe 14 B
-Jen 1st th>ri Friday. December 7, 1973
Obituaries
BERNAY, Ronald Jay. 20 of Miami
Levitt.
COOPER. Fred, R7, 722 Washington
Ati : i
GOLDSTEIN. Jacob A., 80. of Miami
I!, HCh ......I"'.....
N. ho,
GOODSTE'*. Peter, 90 Edicewater
hi i 'mi ,ii OableH lordon.
katz. Irving, S3, of Botith Miami.
Ki\. rsi.le
KONEFSKY. Mrs. Betty II.. 77. North .Miami Beach. Rh Id*
kranz. Floyd Martin, ":!. >>f Ninth
Miami Riverside,
nisonson. Nathan, 71. of Century
Village, Gordon, Interment star of
David,
pinkovitz, Bldney, 61. of North
Miami Beach, Riverside
RIFKIN, Julius. of Miami. Itlv-r-
slde Int."""t **t S'o'll.
YASMAN. Edith. 65, of Miami Beach.
Rlverstue.
GERTSACOV, Edward L, 68, or
Miami. Riverside
LYONS. Dora, N, 3451 Hriokcll Ave.
< lordon.
NEWMAN. Molly, BO, of Miami Beach.
Riverside, interment Mt. Sinai
WEISS. l.ouK 71. of North Miami
Beach. Riverside,
ABILOCK. Rose, 7.V 174"" W, Dixie
Hwy. Blaabers.
FINDER. Sam. 19fi" No. Michigan
Ave.
LAX. Murray, 7U. of North Miami
Ki.nl Riverside.
SKOLNICK, Jennie. 72, 1023 Pennsyl-
vania Ave Blaabers;.
GOLDMAN, [sadore, 67, "f Miami
Beach. Riverside
HAYDEN. Benjamin. '2. of Miami
Beach. Riverside. Interment Mt.
Sinai,
HELFGOTT. Selma .Mama. 7:1. of
North .Miami Iteach. Riverside.
KORNFELD. Benjamin, of Miami
Uea.-h Levitt
MINTZ. Jennie, St. of Miami. f7or-
don. Interment Mt Who
SAYAH. Isaac, 7.1. of Miami. Itiver-
alde Intermeiif Ml Sinai.
SCHORR. Yctta. So. of North Miami
i lordon.
WEINBERGER. Harry Jacob, 78. of
North Miami Beach. Newman,
Cohen, Benjamin, hii. of Miami
Reach. Riverside.
HERSHBAIN. Eva, 7fi. of Miami
Beach. Riverside
WOLFF. Martin. 74. of Miami Beach.
Riverside.
HELLER. Steve. r.4. of Miami Beach,
Riverside. Interment Mt Slnal.
LILLING. Henry A 74. of North
Miami Beach, Riverside
MOSCOW, Simon IS 82, of Miami
Bench. Riverside. Interment Mt.
Nebo.
POLLAK, Paul. 70. r.SOn No Bay Rd.
I :l;i.-li. ik Interment Mt. Neho
SARNOFF. Morris. 71'. of llollyv......I
Riverside
SIMONOWITZ, Sadie, 72, of Miami
Beach. Riverside,
TUCKER, Alan Stuart. 26, of North
Miami Beach Riverside, interment
Star of David.
WELT. Morris, 7:-. of Miami Beach
Hlverside. Intcrm.nl Star of David
COHEN. Samuel. 76, of Miami Beach,
Newman.
LEVIN. Klias. (1, 600 Weal Ave.
Riverside, Intermenl Ml Nebo
MEECE. Rose, 60, '< North Miami
Beach. 1-cvitt.
PLATZMAN. IauIb, 62, "f Miami
Beach. Newman.
SCHUSTER. Jacob E 71, IC21 Colllni
Av.-. BlasberK.
BOVIN. Murra] I evitt
BUSH ELL, Charles R4 of Miami
Bench. Itiv.rsidc. Interment Mt.
Nebo,
COOPERSMITH. Krai 2.1 of '
Miami Beach. Riverside Int. rment
Ml. Sinai.
CRONIN. Bernard, 71, "i"i Collins
\v. Blaabers.
FACTOR, Phillip 81, Ml in
Snrim. I ni. i Mt.
Nebo.
FLANDERS. Mrs S'ldye I > 78, "f
m Is mi. i:i\ erslde, Inti rmei i Mt,
Nebo,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUP'CIAL CiCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-7059
HAYDEN. Dora, 77. of Miami Beach J. GWYNN PARKEF
Riverside Interment Ml Sinai notice to creditors
LERNER. Mrs I Illy, 7<. of Miami RE: Estate of
ll-ach Riverside, | ABRAHAM SHAPPRAN
PINNER. Pnulette, si. ..f ioo Lincoln i deceased
Road. Riverside.
LEGAL NOTICE
I
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
HEYMAN. iv.i.i. ;... of Miami i
Riverside,
natker. ai. 66. of Hollywo id
Riverside.
ULIUS, Prank. 71. of Miami Beach.
Hiyerxlde.
BUCKLER. Morris H 7:1. of Miami
lien, ii Riverside interment Kl
Meb i
burns, p.ose I.. 7". of Miami Bea h
Riverside
KITT. Samu.l. <". of Bay Harbor
Inlands. Riverside.
LIPMAN. Simon George, <^. of Miami
Riverside
MAGRAM, Rose, of Miami Beach.
Hi i erslde.
WOHL. Louis O., 80, Of Miami
Cordon.
SELLET. Robert, of North Miami.
Riverside
p- c-c-,MN >.',.. s 71'. of Miami
Beach. Riverside.
HALi-ERN, Edith. 73. 7D00 Bonita
Dr. Blasbera.
GOLDBERG, Jean K of .North Mi-
ami Beach. Riverside.
KRULEWITCH. Hyman (H:nry), 84.
of Miami Beach. Newman.
FIRST, Herbert loan. 9. 1805 San
Souci Blvd. Masberg.
GROSSMAN, Samuel N 70, 341 73rd
St. Riverside,
rtOESCH, Meyer, 73. 6969 Collins Ave.
Blaster*.
applebaum, Freda. 68 10708 S
r.ath St. tlordon. Interment Star of
David.
CHERNOFF. Dr. Oenrge. 65. of North
Miami Beach. Riverside.
COHEN, Max. 7S. of Miami Beach.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Sinai.
GASH. Etta P.. 77. of Miami Beach.
Riverside.
HECHT. Pauline. 72 of Miami Beach.
Riverside In'erment Mt. NoDO
' LEVY, Beatrice. 7. 140" Ocean Dr.
t lordon,
LUCOFF, Benlamin 7''. .1!07 SW 3rd
Ave, Gordon. Interment Mt Nebo
WELT, Morris, 7:'. of Miami Beach
Riverside. Interment Star of David.
BERNSTEIN. Jacob, si. of Miami
Beach Newman.
COHEN. Nathan. 74. 0949 Abbott Ave.
Blaabers;.
HERSHON. Marry B. 79. of Kendall.
New man,
JOSEPH. William. 77. 1S49 So. Ocean
l>r. BlasberK.
kOSSOVE. Edward, 80 1551 NE
Miami Garden.- lir BlasberK
LASSMAN, Nathan. 68. of North
Miami Bea. ii New m.i'l
finkelstein, Bentamln 86 if
Miami Beach. Riverside. Interment
Ml Sinai.
HERSHKOWITZ. Esther K SO. of
North Miami Beach. Lavltt.
KARO. Joseph, 77. of Miajni Bea h
Riverside
kunz. Ruiii Bardull. ^o7 sw 21th
St Riverside.
MUTZMAN. Samuel. :,!>. of Miami
Riverside Interment Mt Sll II
A!! Creditors and All I'--- n Hav-
ing Cairn- or DemaI its Kg Said
Estate
\'iu are her, bv notified '
resent any claims ^r ivhleh von may have .i*-..:: -' Mo- -
ABRAHAM SHAFF r: S
ised late of Dade Counts I' n Is
to the Circuit Judgei ol : >adi I' iun
'v. and file the tame n duplicate
and as provided ir Section 781 16
Florida statutes, in their offices In
ii.- County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida within four calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 30
day of November. A.D. 1973.
THE MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
.By: CHARLES I> LONG,
Senior Trust Officer
As Co-Executor
First publication of this notice on
ii 7 das of December. 1873.
SIMON. HATS .< OR! NDW ERG
By: moses J QRUNDWERG
Attorn-y for Co-Executors
60S Ainslev Buildine
Miami, Florida 33132
12-7-14
SHMIT. ADi-aham, of Mlarr Beach
Riverside. Interment Mt Sinai.
APDITTI. Anne Hlrschom of
Hallandale. Riverside.
buesing. vriP'nm, Sr 7!. of Miami
Beat h. Riverside
bush Sylvia, i f Hoiivw lod
. lit.
BOGERT. Mauri, -. 67, f North
Miami Beach, Levitt.
klashman. Martin, 81, of I
R rment M
\ : i
MEDOW Benjan n. 88, Miami.
friendship...
means someone cares
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
numb sinct '938
Serving the Jewish Con
ORTHODOX
CONSERVATIVE
REFORM SERVICES
EminuH Gordon (19461 Ike Goiiion
Harry Coition 196-1 limes B Gordon
______ Telephone 373 5533
GELB
MONUMENT? INC.
Opeavr^rv.Dqr. 'Xloiti Sabbath
40 SW, 57fh> Av*.-,.MO l-583
1 Misrsni's Only Strictly' J>ish
Monument'Dealer
Palmer's
Miami Monument Company
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
444-0921 444-0922
Closed On The Sobb, II.
Personalized Memorials Custom
Crafted In Our Own Workshop.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 73-26607
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
SAIilTAHII'S DEVELOPMENT
CORPORATION OF FLORIDA,
a Florida Corporation,
Plaintiff.
AN'lEl.n PIESCO and -------------
prBSCO, his wife, and if any of
the aforesaid named Defendant*
be ile cl their unknown devisees.
heirs, personal representatives
legatees. grantees, or claimants,
otherwise under or against them
and any person or persons unknown
to the Plaintiff having or claiming
in have any tight, title ,.r interest
in the lands, through, by. or under
- nil Defendants.
Defendants.
i :n the name of the state of
1 FLORIDA:
I to:-----------PIESCO, wife of AN'-
I (1BLO PIESCO, and if any of the a-
i : uneil defendants be dead,
then his or her unknown personal rep-
resentatives, heirs, devisees, Legatees
or grantees an.r all other person or
parties slalminsj by through, under
or against them and all parties or
persons having or claiming inj right,
title ind Intereal in and to the pr-m-
Isea involved in this suit.
The West ion feet of the East T",r,
. of the North ISO feet of Ti v I
of FIORIDA FRUIT 'AVI'
CO.'S Sl'BDIVISION also known
i- FLORIDA FRUIT AND
CO S SUBDIVISION No. l of
Section 11, Township S3 South,
Range l" Bast, according to I
Plal thereof, as recorded i*- Plat
Book 2, in Page '7 of the Publ
!!. rda of l lade I' >ui tj :" irida
i suit to qulel title
i it von and you ai i tuii I to
i i >v of i ui written lefei i,
1 it on S VOITARII'S DEVE1 OP-
MENT CORPORATH IN OF I
VMl'EL E. SMITH 4K
.ii! Building 4J" Soutl Dixln
Highw ,y Coral I lab ea, Fl ir i
ir before 1
I file ii original w ith the Clei
this i 'our' either befoi
pi
I .. otherv
tgnlnst you (
mpla i l
I- VTED November :4. 107
RICHAKD P. IIRINKI
By: .v. .1. RIVAS I
'.'i IN ZAMFT .. .
A loi in foi I'll. Miff
120 South Dixie ii...I a s Suite IK
mi Gables Florida
- !'F ,E SMITH

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA 'N uO FOR
dade county
probate Division
probate no 73-67?6
george e. schul2
notice to creditors
pi ... of
PR \\i< irNGER
isell
, r-.,.,, i,--nrd A'l Personi H
aims or Demands Against Said
i ,
\ n are hereby notified and reauireo
I,- .,ii .,.l.r.- .,rel o- '
...ii in iv hav .len^nst the se-
,-. FRANK L'NOBR d.....ased
late i iade i 'ountj. Florida to tin
.lime,.- of I' ide O i" v ""
lie rl e sain.- iii rt'l......at" and av wo-
vlded ii. Section 731 16, Florida Stat-
,-... m their offii s in the County
Com thouse Ir Dade County F o-
within four calendar months from
the lime of the first publication here-
of or the same will be barred.
Filed Miami t"-:da. this 29 day
of November. A.D. 1973
ANNA INGEK SHl'RE
As Executrix
First null ic.,'noi oi n >s notice or
the 7 day of December. 1973.
Al'.oNOVITZ. SILVER A B(X)TH
Attorneys for Bxeoutor
'""S Ainslev Rulldine
Miami. Florida 33132__________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6948
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
BERNARD CRONIN
deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1707 (Dowling)
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN RE: Estate of
EDITH P D0MO8H
i.....ii sed
NOTICE Is hereby slv-n that we
have filed our Filial Reoort and >'
Ulion for Distribution and i"
charge as Executor of the eatal i pi
EDITH P. DOMOSH, deceased: an l
thai on the llth day of December,
1978, will apply to the Honorable
County Judges of Dade Cour.iv, Plor-
I ... ,. ..,-, i ...i,i F!...,| t>P.
port and for distribution and final
navnaige > l..\c u,r of the estate
of the above-named decedent. This
2nd day of November, 1973.
THE MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
Hy: PETER A. ISAIA
SPARitER. ZE.MF.L. ItosKIV.
HEILBONNER AND KARP PA.
Attorney
100 North Biscayne Boulevard
Sfiami. Florida 33132
11/16-23-30 12/7
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROtJATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6843
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
JOSEPH E, DeMAR
deceased. '
'i .iftors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and reaulre'l
to present any claims and demand.
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required which you may have against the es-
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
i.ii. if Bernard Cronln deceased late
of Dade County. Florida, to the Cir-
cuit Judges of Dade County, and file
the same in duplicate and as provided
in Section 783.16, Florida Statutes, in
their offices in the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within four
calendar months from the time of
the first publication hereof, or the
siime will be barred.
Filed at Sfiami Florida, this 27
day of November. A.D. 1973
ROBERT H WERNER and
JOSEPH SI IOC, EL
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the ; day of November, 1973.
Martin Oreenbaum
Attorney for Executors
S2", Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami BeacO, Florida 33140
11'30 12'7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O" Tr'S
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO 73-'74ll8
NOTICE TO AOOFAR
fBY PUBLICATION)
'N RE- The \lqrri;,^o nf
r-i.-i i\- v PF.RKZ. Wife and
"'AV PERFZ Husband
TO: TAX PEREZ
Barrio Barlgona
San I n|a
Pinar Del Rio. Cuba
TOl' ARE HER BUY roflulred lo
s.-v.. a coy of your Anw t|,..
e'i'..,P for DiMnhitton of Marriage
DIsolutloi Aim ;"'" "J '* Petitioner's Atlornev,
d ...--..ir- you and ""** K ;"' "nft *2*iM Build-
ng, Miami. F'orlda a-ri fl' the orig-
" ll fftl of tho Cleel,- 0f ,1,.
' irenii Court i n or bef : 'ember
-' Ml or sa d ause a II I -
is ...... *ed bv i on
DATED this 9 day of November.

WtVIHO AU 19 JTATtl
AMfLI PAtRlNO IN THI IU|
..!'
|UPUir.*.iiri. : ."
ruMUririrNi'it i n.
UAi.
865-2353
720 Smnnly in! Strut
at M.in C..I r ..
1IU track
4 cril*rions Of SMVICf
NOTICE OF ACT'ON
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DACeE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. T3-28343
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
STEVEN' n \ RV ,!i 'I! \
PEI '. ITTERI
Husband
and
I IDYA J kMENE MILLER
PELLITTERI
w
T->: I IDYA .' VMBNE MILLER
PELLITTERI
fResldei ce 1'nkiwnvnl
YOU ARE HERBRY NOTIFIED
I ii an action for DlssolutlOl of M.ir-
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY)
IN THE CiRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AI. CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73.'60,8
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE T' Marriage of
CJAIt CAJAR.
P< mer,
..i i
RAFAEL CAJ V!'..
: ..... : '
Tl I RAFAEL CAJAR
1713 l.e \ Avel tie
Miami Deaoh F'orlda 3S139
YOTJ ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai i iction I
r'.ii.-- h is bi en filed against y>
yop ..- required to serve b iopj of
your ,i tei I' e< i:' a y to it
on GEORGE SAS1PAS. ESQ ittor-
Petit l' ise address Is
20 Ltn< iln Roa I, Sun, Miami
i file the oi
ibovi ityled
iui it or ire I >mbi r 19
'"' r i n M be .
i for the relli
ir pi Itlon
hall inj Ih i| ..
II u uti\
I \ V
hand
-.id i-oun a: Mini
u> i rtav of \ mh
;.;i|l VRD P >:
. C'lerl n i url
Dade County. Florid i
' b.NEEM
As Den Clei
i I 'ourl S
tlKOl is ESQUIRE
- i .
Miami Bead
I
i t ;
__________ i 12/7
NOTICE UNOScl FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
, NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
' -' igned desiring .....naWfn
- (he rii *g ;;;
tale Of JOSEPH E. DeMAR deoeaserl
In. of Dade County, Florida to thu
Circuit Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In duplicate and an
provided in Section 733.16 Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within four calendar months from
the time of the first publication Ivr,.
of. or the same will be barred.
Filed at Miami Florida, this 27
dav of November, A.D. lf*73.
JOSEPH DUANE DeSIAR
MARJORIE RUTH PARKER
As Executors
First publication of this notice on*
the 30 day of November. 173.
HERBERT Z. MARVIN, for the firm
LARSON. MARVIN A SHEPPAHO
Attorney lor Executors
777 N.W. 72 Avenue
Miumi, r'luri'ia ;.:i.".
*' '30 12' i'
197 '
PICHARD P BPIN1 '
ol the Circuit i'
By: '' P corr' y -
11. puty Cleri
;
c. ^E^5 RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVFNTH JUDIC'AI. CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND ^o'r
DAOF COIINTV
PROBATE DIVIFms
PcottATe NO -
GFORGE E. SCHI
IM-NrTICE TC CRECITCRS
"HI Estnl
GA1I I DeNUR
'
'"" v;! ; rs and All Pei n
Demand ,
You are hereby notified and i-iir -i
1 "' em any clalroi
oh vou m have
^^A:.i>siiAi:;;v.;^"r'
Attorney I ,,,;.
sw Roberts Building, Miami. Fla.
----------------------------11 18-23-30 1 ;
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
J!evitt
Jilemorial Chapel
"JtWIiH fUNEBAl DIFICTORS"
LOCAL AND OUT OF STATft
ARRANGEMENTS
9472790
1338S W. DIXIE MWV., N.M.
tltloner. whose address is 101 N w
12th Avnue. Miami, Florida 13123.
and file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or be-
fore December 28 1973; otherwise a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FIOI'.IDl i\
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
20 day of Nov.. 1973.
R P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By C. P. COPBI.AMi
As Deputy Clerk
fCircuit Court Seal)
DAVID E. STONE. ESQ.
STONE & SOSTCHIN, P A
Attorneys for Petitioner
101 N W 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128
11/23-30 12/7-M
Florida ,i ,.,," 'al Gables,
with the Clerk ,.f \h al<1 ",lme
. tMctolCbunfy. &rM. ""'"" "M
MOISES KAP1 av
LLOYD I%KA,MAN
bSSt4"" tMm & *<"* '
407 I.incoin Road
Miami Beach. Florida
~ir=--------------------II/IS-23-30 12/7
NOT,CE K^r
>f OAIL I.. IVNI R
1'.'.,. ......ilv K! .... ,
Circull Judges of q
-inn. m dunlli i .,r .
vlded In Section 733.16. Florida atat.
their offices in tl e
' use In Dade Count* F
four calendar months
'he lime of the first publics
Of, or the sani- will be barred
. Filed at Miami. Florida, thi, an
day of Novemher. A D. 1973
,AMON DeNUR
_, IA Administrator
CADIN. ROTHBRNBBRa. koaAN.#
I for Administrator
4'i4 Biscayne nivd
19 W Flagler St., Miami Fla
12'7-14
iioulevi1rd7in-ih\,!,':;'v;:;^!''';r,vjHnd
^.Jntends.,.. r^tW\t^Z ,ti!m'
da^fl.oVA"'^^ this '3th
ALBERT I. BOSBN
U/16-2J-30 12/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
.____ NAME LAW
notice is HEREBY OTVEN tha-
the undersigned, aertrina to .; "r
business under the flctltlous namaof
NELSON FEIDMAN DAVIDSON
Attorneys at Law at H3r, Kane Cor
ours,.. Mi,,,,,, l;.,.h |nten(| agj
er mm name wh tne ,., k "
CTToult Court of Dade County l-le-
"Jffi EHI.DMAN. PA.
a Florida corporation, and
I BONARD H. DAVID8ON
NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.oJr
NAME LAW
HS^ntemS-J BSS -
liirida.
MYRA SCHNEIDER
11/30 13/7-14*21


December 7. 1973
*J Mflsfi tfrrldtar
Page 15-B
IEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
I
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
;e under fictitious
NAME LAW
is HEREBY (1IVEN thai
Hgned, desiring lo engage
under the fictitious immr
>II RIFKIN & NORMAN
!: I:A i 11 IRS .ii Suit* :.'l".
Road. Mij.mi Beach, Plor-
., register said name w ih
i f the Circuit Court of
y, Florida
I8EPH RiPKIN
IRMAN ClMENT
uic nl Welnatelti A Slauher,
pi' Rlfkln and
.*.' Lincoln Road
!i. Florida
C/16-23-30 12 7
;e under fictitious
NAME LAW
18 HEREBY RIVEN thai
|| [l IT
F- undar th.- f >tltiou
IB \CH OAI.I EKIES al 1IHI7
t>urse, Bay Harbor Island,
eh, Fla Intend* lo n gli -
Kama with the Clerk of the
hurl' of l lade County, P!or-
lACU UALLER1ES rNC.
KRfn IP
IV..; K^roop
IDnlil ant
ill. Road
11 /1fi--J3-:f> 12 7
HcE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY OIVBN that
Tsipned. desiring: I" e'lgaae in
[under tin- fictitious name of
Pi >A ST M A N AI; BM BNT A
|NA.NCE COMPANY al I3H8
anih Avenue, Miami Beach
register said name with
ki if the Circuit Court of
|nt>. Florida
Co-Owners
Robert Perwoln
Paul Farkas
M Kroon
lK\ Itney
~ for Petitioners
120 Lincoln Road
iach, Florida 83189
11/30 12/7-14-21
TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
T! is HEREBY GIVEN lhat
lersiKned. desiring to engage
kss under the fictitious name
pii'MINll'M REALTY COM-
|OF AMERICA al 1L'::1 NK
t-t. North Miami Beach In-
reglster said name with the
p 'he Circuit Court of I lade
Florida.
|OAPKIEf. SHAXTZIS
11/23-30 12 7-14
|E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
7ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA IN A.ND FOR
CADE COUNTY
[PROBATE DIVISION
ROBATE NO. 73-6268
NOTICE OF PROBATE
ESTATE tip
k\ aisibei.
(i
TATE OF FLORIDA
B PERSONS INTERESTED
ESTATE OP SAID DECED-
t hereby notified that a writ-
|rument purporting to I"- the
and testament of mid dei ed-
' en admitted to probate In
|rt. You are hereby command-
six calendar months from
of the first publication of
|l cause, if any you can, why
on of said Court in admitting
probate should not stand
IBANK I' DOWI ING
Circuit Court Judgi
JARD P BRINKER. Clerk
PR! \.M I! HKXDRIi'KSON
Deputy Clerk
& FEI.DMAN, P A.
i i loncourse
bor Islands
bach, Florida 331.14
^Juhlfcatlon of this notice on
^HL' oi Novemlier.
II 30 12 7-14-21
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
|>RCBATE DIVISION
ROBATE NO. 73-6654
GWVNN PARKER
pTICE TO CREDITORS
iti of
A. BRADY
fcd
bdltors anil All Persons llav-
ns or Demand! Attains! Said
Ie hereby notified and required
nt any claims and demands
on may have against the es-
riii'.MAS a. HUAUY deceased
Bade County Florida, to the
Judges of Da.de County, and
[same In duplicate and as pro-
Section 733.lt. Florida Btat-
their offices la the County
Use in Dud.- County. Florida,
bur calendar months from the
i the flr.it publication hereof.
Une will De barred.
It Miami. Florida, this 27 day
fiber. AD 1!"7.:.
[THE MIAMI BEACH
tST NATIONAL TANK
ECHARL.ES D. LONG
__ Administrator. C.T.A.
Publication or this notice
Tjjr of November. 1973.
I OKEENBAIM
_' for Administrator. C.T.A.
Jmx Godfrey Road
each. Florida 33140
11/.111 II 7
on
^BtCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
KOT1CI s HEREBY GIVEN that
ie under -:! desiring to engage In
ifliBia u ler the ftciltlous name ol
bWk/pO at '.41 Lincoln Road.
|ianluBi-ii li. Florida. Intends to rec-
iter aal'l name with the Clerk of
suit Court of Dade County.
L J. HERZOG CORP.
rill Ethel Herzog
Uf. BERG. ESU.
Tlor G J Herzog Corp.
12/7-14-21-28
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVCE
iNO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAnc COUNTV
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-27942
GENERAL JUR'SDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: '' h rrlage of
"i OA ZETINA,
sad
MIOCEI. ZETINA,
Hui
TO: MIOl'BL ZETINA
' e unl;no n
VOf ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
" n foi I llasnlu......( Mar-
1 is i.....ii filed Bgnlnal you and
you ." required to sei ve a en is o|
your ivi Iti defense) i nv In it on
ESSEN A- ESSEX, attorneys for Pe.
'I'll "' Hddl i .- I20S Ains.
v 0 l-'la 53132 ni
rl e ni I'nsl \-. |h il,. clerk of the
ibov> ; \ led .....ii '.: ..i hefnn I le-
-lib. r :. Iii73; otherwise a d fault
II he entered ngalnsl you for the
del lAnded In the complaint or
Inn
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weekr
in THE IEWI8H PI ORIDIAN
WITNESS my band and the seal
i I saal court at Miami. Florida on
liis in dav November ls?3
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By C. P. Ci.pKI.AND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
'CSSEN A- ESSEX, Esqa
208 Ainsley Building
Miami. Florida 33132
attorneys for Petitioner
Tel : 371-2078
11/23-30 12 7-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6803
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
n RE Estate of
HAROLD ATKINS
deceased
l*o All Creditors and All Persons ILiv-
' Calms or Demands Against Said
Estate:
lou.ire hereby notified and required
lo present any claims and demands
which you may have against thi es-
:al..... haiiih d ATKINS deceased
ale of Dad.- County, Florida, to thi
circuit Judges of bade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.in. Florida
Stalut.-s in their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within four calendar months from
ihe time of the first publication here-
of, or the same u ill bi bai red
Filed al Miami. Florida, this 9th
[ das Of N'ini mlier. AD 1973.
IORRAIXE l'.< 'SEN
As Administratrix
. First publication ol this notice on
the 23 day of November. 1973
Eugene Lemllch
12720 W. Plnglei si Miami. I-'I 33I2S
I Attorney for Administratrix
____________ II 23-30
' IN THE CIPCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
C* No 73.7s.039
NOTICE OF ACTION
ROBERTA KOCH.
i inner,
vs.
RICHARD I P< "'H and THE
DEVEREUX PorNDATlOX, n
Pennsylvanls corporation,
Rei nnndents,
TO: RICHARD J KOCH, Respondent
I foi ton House 4 Horizon Road
p irt l ee, New Jersey
TO: THE DEVEREVX
FOUNDATION, a Pennsylvania
i in. Respondent
19 Routl Waterloo Road
1 '-.\ on, Pennss Ivanla
YOP ARE NOTIFIED thai n ac-
..... for modification of n child ens-
ody order has been filed against
,-ou and you are required to serv<
..p\ your written di fenses, if
lo ii on Mil I El. K- PI IDELL.
iner's attorneys, whose ad-
Iress I- i l Incnln ,|! ">'
leai h Florida, on or before Dei ent-
er ::i 1973, and file thi original
. >h ihe i lerk of ibis court
efore service on petitioner's attor-
Hy# or Immediately thereafter:
lher ise a default will hi enti n '
.a-'i i yon for the relief demanded
n iln petition,
witness my hand and the seal ol
hie court of the 28 daj of Novem-
RICHARD P. BRINKBR
As Clerk of tin- Courl
B\ I. SNEEDEN
As Di-iiutv Clerk
11 30 12/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICT TIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY Cli'EN that
in- undersigned, desiring to engage In
USlness under the fictitious name of
-RAIL. ONE PROPERTIES at 58849
i DUIe llw\ South Miami. Fla. in-
nds to register said name with the
'lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
ounty. Florida.
iiriEUT DERitlN. as Trustee
11/23-30 12/7-14
. I
LEGAL NOTKF
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAOF roiJNTv
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-29461
ACTION FOR DISS^'. UTlON
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIACK I IF
KAPAEI A c HIRIART
II CIV!" IIIRI MIT
ii I: Hlgin n Hit la I
a. 1 >known
YOI' ARE HEREBY XOTIF'EI)
iliai an action for Dissolution <-r Mat
L-. la !..-. n i lied ngalm i you and t
I you are required o> serve a ccpy "I ;
I your i Itten defense* if an> to It I
! ii Adolfo Koss, attorney for
; ttoner, host addi 101 N W
12th Avi mi.. Miami Florida S812K, I
mil file ihe original wiih the clerk
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN
'i. undersis. I d, dealrlns l
i i us |nes ui dii. r tin f>, in ii ui
. f i\TEI>.N KTIONAI. BCSINEt
| TERPR1SES al '." U nox Av< Ml-
i Knil l"... Ii. Florida Intends lo res
\ aid name m iib the < 'b-t-K af : h.
Courl of 1 !ad, i nunl j. Flor-
CARI.OS \ \\SAI.\l
M ,i lines
\ upllcant
-soi n w 7th Fi
l .
11 2.1
12 7-14
._ ...jtn FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desirinc to engage in
usiness under the fictitious name of
NDRE8 TRANSMISSION at 1410
'aim Avenue. Hialeah. Intends to
gtster sairl name with the Clerk ,,f
ii, Circuit ourt "f Dade County,
lorlda.
ANDRES BBCAVXA
i 7,i i.- 1 .))
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
he undersigned dartrlna 10 engage In
usiness und.-r the fictitious name "i
"HE HOUSE OK OANCEDO al -'177
Vest Kb Ave.. Hialeah, Fla, 81010
nil ml to register said name with
he Clerk of ihe Circuit Court of Dad.
1 unlv. Florida
J, sus Cancedo. Pres.
Wlllfredo Sam -hex. Peer
Mario A. Gomes. Trens.
12/7-14-21-28
f the nlwve >.....ui' hi
fore Januars 11, 1974: otherwise a
lefaull will he entered ngtitnsi u
for the 'elli demanded in the com-
plaint or petit ion.
This not 1. shall ho published once
...h m 1. 1% '..r four conFccullve week*
in TIN-: JEW ISH FI DRIP1AN
WITNESS Piy hand and ihe seal of
-aid rim'- nl Miami, Florida on this
: da) 1 ( 1.....inb.-i 1973
SI.'CH \HD I' RRINKER
As Cli rk Clrcull Court
Dade Counlv. Florida
] 1' p COPELAND
\- Deputs clerk
iCircull Courl Seal)
ADol Fl < Kl 188 B8Q
STONE & SOSTCHIN. PA.
lol N.W l-'tll Avenue
Miami. Fla 33128
Attorney for Petitioner
12/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under ihe firtitlnus num. of
CASA OANCEDO al 2477 West Hh
Ave., Hialeah, Fla. SSnlll, Intend to
register -aid name with the Circuit
Courl of Dade County. Florida.
Jesus ''.an.il". Pres.
Wlllfredo Sanrhi 1 Beer
Mario A Coin./.. Treat
U' 7-14-21-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 73.7oR8
J. GWVNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE; Estate of
U< ISE FREEMAN
deceased
To All Creditor* and All Person* Hav-
ing claim- or Demands Agalnsl Said
Bstati
You an- hereby notified and required
lo present nnj claims and demandi
which 11 may have against the cs-
tai. of ROSE FREEMAN deceased
In I* ol Had. i'. univ Florida, to th.
C'rcull Judges of Hole County, and
file the -.no 'ii duplicate and as pro-
vol.d ill Section 73810 Florida Sta'
"Ie- III their Office* In Ihe CnuiltV
1 oui thouee In Dadf Comity. Fior'.' 1.
within lour calendar months from the
time of the first i.uhllcHtlon hereof,
r the same w ill he barred.
Filed ii Miami. Florida, this ) day
,( [tecetnhor v D 1979
BEATRICE ROCHUS
As Executrix
Flrsl publication of this notice on
I ; da> of Dei ember I97S,
' It i.NKI I. Til.IN
AHorm v for Executrix
"7<7 Van Hm en S'rect
Hnllvwni d. Florida
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned deslrins to engagi
luslni undi r the fictitious cam
1 MEN'S ROI'TIOl'E al
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is ii::;:i:i:\ GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirlna to engsge
.ii lilt.- 1 ss ii let 1 flcili ious narni
cf SI ICTH COI.I iR '. \ RBRVIOE Pi 1
i il I ;, I. \ I.MAR FfltNITCHE <'
B....... UI'EBI El IA I'M MAR al
: vr S W 2nd Ai mi.. Miami. Flor-
d lo 1. gii ler said nam<
1 Clerl nl Ihe Circuit Courl
of Dio'i *ount> Florida
Si I TH 11 li.l 'I! TV SERVICE CO.
JDRC.E PANT W \
Ol'im I RET XNCi ICRT
11 23-Sn 12 7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREB1 GIVEN Dial
thi undersigned deslrins to engage In
business under the fictitious name nl
TRU-OOl'NT CUTTING SERVICE hi
11 X E 17th Terra, e intends to reg-
ister said num.. with the Clerk of Ihe
t Ircull Courl "f Dade County. Flor-
ida.
ANN TKIPIAVii
BAXTER A- FRIEDMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
I87S X E 163rd street
North Miami Reach. Florida
12 7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desirl ir to ens
business under ihe fictitious nami ot
GARCE8 CREATIONS al 99 West
2Srd Street, Hialeah, Florida Intends
lo register said name with tin Clerk
of il Circuit ''"urt of Dade County,
Florida.
FERNANDO OARCES
U 7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring 10 engage In
lll.-ilo.-s under the fictitious name of
KADI' INSCRAXCE KOENCY al 2381
W. Flagln Street, Suite 229 Miami.
Dade, Florida Intend to register said
mi n '" ihe 1". '-k ..f the 1 'Ircull
Courl of Dade County. Florida
l'i:i Klt't'i 1 ni '< KVIGI'
sai.i i.\|i IN 8VED
12 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ih. undersigned deslrins to cngagt In
hum.-- under the fictitious name of
s *r R SAI KB in 1942 N E 151st SI .
v m 1: intend to register said name
with thi Clerk ihe Clrcull .'ourt
,.f 1 iade County Florida
SIDNEY It Kl BIN
RITA S Kl RIN
IL' 7-14-21-28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PPOBATE NO. 73-6510
GEORGE E. SCHUt 7
NOTICE CF PROBATE
HP i's'i...... 1 IF
T EA 0 IOREXZ
Deceased
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO AI I PERSONS INTERESTED IN
TMK ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT ;
You an herebs notified thai a writ- |
1. n Instrument purnortlns to hi the |
last :!! and Ii- lane.nl of -a II
bin has he< admitted .....n bat<
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
cNO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl'IT
OF FLORIDA. 'N AND FOR
DADE COUNTV.
C'Vil. ACTION NO 73-P71'"
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARR.IACE
IN RE: THE 9 VRR1AGE "''
M \ip "A STEPHANIE GIBBS
i d
CARV CIBHS
l'i i: CAI'Y GIBBS
1:. 1 net) v I'niti
New Y.-i-l. Ni
Mir VRE HEREBY VOT1
thai a' ni 1 Ion for 1 ilssolul Ion ol Mar
; rial:, lifts bei II filed 11 -1
. 1. null ed In serve h cApit "f
! \ our \. rll ten di 1 uses m anv, II
on .! ISEPH Si II.MIER. Ksq attoi -
1 p, i, lib
'':. 1 i.....in 1:.....I, Su ii Miami
Bench, FI01 ... and file Ihe
original with the 1 Ii rk of ihi above
s'yled courl on 01 liel..... December
17, ni?.:. .'i.i isi .. default will bo
entered against you lor In t
!. manded in the 11 mplai.....r iu-
Thla notlci shall be published onca
, ach week for four consecutlvi 1
In THE n:\\ ISH FUHIIDIAN
WITNESS m> hand and thi si 1!
of said .ourt al Miann l''..i 'i on
this '.oh day of Nov. mher, IH
RICHARD P BRINKER
As 1 'hrk C11 nil '.'in 1
I iade Counl j. Florida
B' W TYMIVSKI
As Dcpun C|. rk
tCln-uit l'i..... s- '.
JOSEPH 8CHM1ER
(AS Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
a itorney for Pi tit loner
11/16-23-3" 12 7
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT CuOrtl OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNT Y.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-?7551
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARR AGE
IN RE' THE MARRIAGE OP
NORMAN EGORT,
Husband,
and
FRANCES BOORT.
Wife
TO: NORMAN EGORT
R Kennedy Lane
Miitord. Massachusetts 9I7S7
YOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFiED
that an action for Dissolution "f M.- r-
rlagt has been filed agalnsl you ''
you are required lo sei ve b pops ol
your written defenses, if any, :" It
t.n BAXTER \- FRIEDMAN, all i
nej for Petitioner, whose address 's
is7r. N.E Ittrd sin-, t. North Miami
Beach, Florida nnd file the original
with the rh-ik of the abovi styled
courl on or before December 21st,
11*78' otherwise a defaull will be en-
tered against you for the relief de-
. d in the comnlalnl or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE MOW ISH FLORIDIA.N
WITNESS nil hand and thi seal
of said 1 ourt si "lane Fk '-i on
this 90l day of November. 1973.
RICHARD P BRINKBR
Aa 1 b rk, Circuit Court
1 iad Count}. Florida
B) N A HBWETT
As Di PUU ('lerk
fl reu't I 'ourt Seal I
BAXTER FRIEDMAN
is:., N E I68rd Street
North Miami la a
945-7696
l'.\ : MARJI IR1E P
A'lorn, > for Wife
Florida
Rl IRBINS
16-23-39 121
11
" ..... __ ,, P|sl \V 1 i itllll II -111 III' HI "' --!' -- I
, mkvs ROrTlOnE at M Fa-" ul,.n, a- I.......Imltte............."
lih Avi Hialeah. Florida 33019 fRe- ...... -,, .,,.,. ,.,., ,.,,.
all Storei Intends resjater sal m.l,Ml,.,l :,i,i,, S1X ,.,', ,iar months
n"i" with Ho Clerl of I lie < ircull f|.( ,hl ,,.,,,. ,,, ,,. fl,.s, DUbllcal.....
Courl I'.i'h ''" '''..'.'"' '' .- -i 1. to anpear in said I'oiiri .
.loSE It PEREZ ii> 1 ._0 ,|,, ... 1 Hny i"ii can why.'
\t Ruffnlk Avi' .|t ..,i,| 1 ,-! in admit I Ins j
Hialeah. Fla svT ::: ,,, ,.,-,.t.;.t. should not stand
IS Suffolk Av
Hialeah. Fla **'
Rl 'I ivi-' C \s'i'l
Si |n N V, 19711 J'
1 Ins 1.0. k.i. I":i 624 9963
.39 IL' 7-14
NOTICE UNDER F'CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat
a
i Bi
Will I
unrevoked
DEORCE K si'lili /.
Clrcull '"'' lud
RICH M I' P RRINKER. Clerk
Bj I "IS F PASTORFIELP
11. put> 1 'Ii rk
RICHARD Tl ll'HY
\ 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI".
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 73-29522
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I N RE: Tl"- marriagu of
(SREGI >RIA il" 'V.
\\ it.-
.0,1
fil
Ii
your
h. undersigned, desiring ,nS"K' ) ,, ,,,. M ..,....,.. Rulldlns
business under the <<\i,;\"\":!";',. i<< iv I gloi s- Miami, Fla
,:i'YS AND I"'I IS HAIR PTYLIM1 ,)..., .,.!..,. ,,s notlci
fikes,7Fia!"3m3l.Mnre",..r,Vo re, -be 7 day oH ^
cU't, :>:Z m*rLC8&& Plor'ni;.: IN THE.CIRCUIT.COURT of t
said num. Mill' the Clerk "I
ull Courl of Dade Counlv.
MANS 1.01 IK INC a Florida
. orpora I i'n
B\ A:thin s Davis, President
ARTHVR S. DAVIS
Attorney for Corporation
M-IIti Hiseavin Building
19 W. Flagler St., Miami. Fla JS1S9
11/23-39 12/7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-7092
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
111 RE: Estate of
111IBERT .1 BACH
deceased. _.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Ing claims or Demands Against said
You are hereby notified and required
to present anv Claims and demands
which miu nl;lv have against the es-
tate of ROBERT .1 BACH deceased
late of Dade County. Florida to the
Circuit Judges of Daile Counlv. anil
tile ihe same ill duplicate and as
-rovlded in Section 713.18. Hm-lda
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
D'DE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
GENERAI JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-27367
NOTICE TO APPEAR
MARY LYONS and CHARLIE
LYONS, her husband
Plaintiffs
PAN AMERICAN FINANCE
CO.. INC
Defendant .
TO: Pan American Finance CO.. Inc.
Arthur Gottlieb
President and Resident Agent
Residence Unknown ......
Ytir ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that 11 Complaint to fMie4 HHe on the
following described property, lo-wit:
I ol 13 the K'v of lot 12 Block
26 F. HIALEAH ADDITION 14.
gaeordlna t" th< Pint thereof, ai
recorded In Plat Book 10, at Page
64 if the Public Records of Dade
County, Florida,
has h.ei, filed agalnal you and vou
an- required to serve a copy of your
written del, uses. If any to IIton
TEITEI .MAN. plaintiffs'
KENNETH Ol '! 'Y.
Husband
YOI- KENNETH HI 'I" 'V
unknown are required t"
answer to the pi litlon foi dlsi
of marriage with the Clerk of 11 e
ah..i. 1 "ourl ami si-rvi a 1 "i" tin -
n 11. 1 man Cohi 11, Esq
for pel.....tier, I31"-11 Ci
, .1, Miami. Florida on or hefori
11,, .nil 1 31, IH" or .-Im- petl'inn will
. .1
tl Nov. 21, 1973
RICHARD P BRINKER
"lerk, 1 "In ull Coui 1
BS ,' p COPELAND
I 'VPIIM I '
1 1 39 1-'
7 '
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
JOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat
the undersigned, desiring lo engage In
business under the fictitious nan.....
M p n OMPANY at 21.....
N \v 75th Street, Miami Intend to
1 mi il name with the Clerk of
the Clrcu curt ol Dads County.
Florida
MAX SWARTZ
PETER SWARTZ
DAVID SWARTZ
MORTON B. EEMEL
Attorney for applicant
Sum- 111
IB666 N E 19th Ave.
North Miami Beach. F' IBItl
11 16-2:1-::" 12 7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of DISABCO HOUSING ASSOCIA-
TION al number H4'"' Bird Road, in
ornev for Executrix
lL'id Biscayne Building
Miami. Fla. 33130
12/7-14
I -k 1 iireUtt Court
! COPELAND I"'
12'7-14-:'l-^8
Miami, Florida JJ18S
Tilephi ne: 226-2274
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Friday, December 7
Good Taste is always First at Food Fair...
OUR REASONABLE PRICES ARE ALWAYS WITHIN YOUR BUDGET!
SAVE 3 WAYS!..HONEST VALUES!..BONUS SPECIALS!..PLUS MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS!
\ i-i.'i'mjNMii tVinun r-;.':'{pjsnSE3EZ
COLD
POWER
LAUNDRY DETERGENT
: Maxwell House
INSTANT
COFFEE
$|39
FAIR
LIMIT ONE PKG. PLEASE, WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
10-OZ.
JAR
LIMIT ONE JAR. PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF '7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES.
BONUS SPECIAL: WITH A COOL SAVING OF UP TO 26
OfVCCN STAMP*
P.P. BRAND ALL FLAVORS
ICE CREAM
ICE MILK
fri
HALF GALLON
CARTON
LIMIT ONE CARTON PLEASE, WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF '7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES.
fU.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
SIRLOIN
STEAKS
USDA
CHOICE
U S CHOICE WESTERN
Porterhouse Steaks
US CHOICE WESTERN
Sirloin Tip Roast.........................
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
,...............LB.
.... U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN #^B
L..M59 Top Round Steaks u.$ 1"
Si 69 US CHOICE WESTERN
Bottom Round Roast
LB.
$159
1
CHUCK ROAST 89c
U I. CHOICE WESTERN
Boneless Crossrib Roast
US CHOICE WESTERN
LB
$149
1
v. wivi*.i "nn *_ w.. i.nuiv.t nnirKN
California Roast iB?l Fresh Ground Chuck
U.S. CHOICE WESTERN .. -
London Broil shoulder............LB 1
U.S. CHOICE WESTERN
$119
LB
SUPERMARKETS
PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUN. DEC. 9th
AT All FOOD FAIR STORES!
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS.
f M SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS GET
BEAUTIFUL GIFTS TO HELP YOU with
THE GIFTING SEASON. JUST AHEAD!
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
MOST OF OUR PRODUCE IS NOT PREPACKAGED
SO THAT YOU CAN BUY EXACTLY WHAT YOU NEED.
BANANAS
10c
GOLDEN
RIPE
LB.
JUICY
Florida Oranges 10 for 79c
US. NO. 1 _
Yellow Onions..............................u. 18C
FIRM
Slicing Tomatoes oft 43c
GARDEN FRESH .
Acorn or Butternut Squash....u. 19C
CUCUMBERS
FLA. OR SHIPPED GRADE A
FRYER PARTS
WHOlt HKII1 WITH >IIS
WHOll IICS
THIGHS DIUMSTICKS
89
c
LB.
FRESH
ICED
FLA. OR SHIPPED GRADE A'
FRYER QTRS.
55c
LEG 0 IREAST
GUAHTEHS
FRESH
ICED
CRISP ft
CRUNCHY
FRESHIf BRAND
3 29c
Popcorn" Jft 49c
MINUTE MAID FROZEN
Orange Juice
6-OZ.
CAN
12-OZ.
CAN
ALL FLAVORS. REGULAR
P.P. Brand Sodas
HUNT'S DELICIOUS
Tomato Sauce
16-OZ SI
CARTONS
12-OZ.
CANS
WITH
MUSHROOMS
8-OZ.
CANS
A NUTRITIOUS MEAL
MIXES INSTANTLY WITH MILK
c Nestie's Quik %ffl 55c
LYKES __ PFEIFFER
Chili with Beans !Bf 45c Chunky Cheese Dressing 8btlz 47
LIGHT N" LIVELY ALL FLAVORS
FROZEN NON-DAIRY CREAMER
Rich's Coffee Rich.........
PP BRAND FROZEN
Sliced Strawberries !ftgf 39c
FROZEN
Birds Eye Cool Whip 857c
AUNT JEMIMA
Frozen Waffles.....................Jjg 49c
FROZEN
Chef's Cheese Pizza'ftf 78
PP BRAND 100 FLORIDA _
Orange Juice mm 6 6CANZ$ 99c
Sealtest Yogurt 3;s69ef regal beer
i-OZ
PKG
63-
I
WISCONSIN HOLLAND STYLE BABY
Gouda or Edam Cheese V.
DIIICIOUS
Flo-Sun Orange Juice 4 % $1
AMERICAN KOSHER ...
Franks or Knocks klz *V9
AVAILABLE ONLY AT STORES HAVING
SEAFOOD SERVICE COUNTERS.
59'
45'
FLOUNDER
79e,
FRESH
CAUGHT
P.P. BRAND
Creamed Cottage Cheese cup
BORDEN'S BIG TEN'
Buttermilk Biscuits 2 *<&S
IMPORTED DANISH STYLE
Dak Smoked Salami ftg $13S
Ail IAKI0 goods maoi with put! WOIIAMI MOtHNINOI
DELICIOUS
APPLE PIE
G%raQ Vkgz-
12-OZ.
POP TOP
CANS
s4frfietef&i
AVAILABLE AT STORES HAVING SERVICE COUNTERS
All LUNCH MEATS AND CHEESE SLICED TO YOUR ORDEf
FRESHLY SMOKED SLICED ....
QUARTER SI49
79'
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. NONE SOLD TO DEALERS. NOT RESPONSIBLE
FCR
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Nova Scotia Lox putf
COOKED
Lean Corned Beef QUtf
IMPORTED ICELAND ...........
Baby Swiss Cheese 75c
WSHIV SMOKED
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smber 7. 1973
*J misti fhridFlar
Page 15-B

flEGAl NOTICI
IEGAI NOTICI
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HEREBY OIVEN that
i.-,i. dealring i" engage
,i..i iii- flotitlou" name
RfFKIN & NORMAN
\y \\ T( IKS al Bulte 210,
Miami Beat h, Plor-
I pglster nld n:>m- w :' h
Circuit Court of
.. Florida.
hsEPH R1FKIN
[ ClMEXT
, ni Welnateln A Slaul I
I i Rlfkln and
I Road
\- Florida
i: 16-23-30 13 7
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
HEREBY <:'\ EN that
l*i nun ire
the Itlou* name
1 v. '( OALI FRIES in 1007
Hay Harbor Island,
'. h. Fls Intend* in n gli -
with 'he i'lerk of the
i, Ii.i.i. County, Flor-
I GALLERIES INC.
KROOP
||il kroop
R< ad
11 18-23-31 12 7
fcE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY c.ivKN thai
limed, desiring to engage In
nder the fictitious name of
'AST MANAGEMENT &
fANCE COMPANY al 13r,S
Avenues, Miami Reach
register aald name with
of the Circuit Court if
bt>. Florida
Co-Owners
.: i er( Perweln
Paul Karkas
Kro ip
Cuitney
. titioners
1 4_'" I .inroln Road
|ach, Florida SS189
II 80 12 7-14-21
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVCE
'NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDCIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAnc COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73.?742
GENERAL JUR'SDICTION
DIVISION'
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
1 v RE: '''' ''
f
ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
is HEREBY GIVEN that
trsigned, desiring to engage
S^. under the fictitious name
POMINIUM REALTY COM-
>F AMERICA at 1231 NE
pi North .Miami Reach in-
Bald name with the
' Circuit Court of Daile
11"......In
<; AI'.RIKI, SHAVTZIS
ll/2.'l-nn 12 7-14
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
PKNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA IN A.ND FOR
CADE COUNTY
"RCBATE DIVISION
'ROBATE NO. 73-6P68
UOTICE OF PROBATE
[ ESTATE OF
iS Al'SfBEL
el
TATE OF FLORIDA
i PERSONS INTERESTED I
KSTATE OF SAID DEC ED-
. hi reby notified that a writ-
Jrumciil purporlinK I" be the
and testament of aald deced-
been admitted to probate In
Vou are hereby command-
si) calendar months from
f the first publication of
I to appear in aald Court
cause, if any you can. why
i of Bald Courl iii admitting
II t.. probate should nol stand
d
[ FRANK r DOWI.INQ
Clrcull Courl Judge
Id \HV P DRINKER. Clerk
|iii:i \.m it henDricksi in
i ii put] < llerk
& FEI DMAN, P A,
h> -
l toncourae
Irbor Islanda
Florida 33134
n of this notice on
of November,
II 30 12 7-14-21
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EN'H JUDCIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6654
GWYNN PARKER
IOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ii of
LAS \ BRADY
Is.d
"i i dltors ami All Persona Hav-
Ims or Demands. Aitalnat Said
Ear" hereby notified and required
(sent any claims and demands
you may have against the ea-
THOMAS A. BRADY deceased
Dade Cunt v Florida, to the
Judges of Dalle County, and
Ii- same in duplicate and as pro-
T iu Section 7.'I3.1S. Klorlda St.-u-
thelr office* in the County
house in Dtule County. Florida.
four calendar montha from the
of the firm publication hereof.
I same will t>e barred.
at Miami, Florida, this 27 day
member. A.D. 1S73.
THE MIAMI BEACH
rlRST NATIONAL HANK
CHARLES D. LONG
As Administrator. C.T.A.
publication or this notice
day of November, 1973.
"IN CKEENKAI'M
iiey for Administrator. C.T.A.
Li i.in Oodfrev rtoad
n. Beach, Florida 33140
11/30 12/7
on
3TICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
C1CE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
Inderslgiied. denlring to encage in
i-- under the Bctltloua name of
HKHZOC Bt ".41 Lincoln Hoad.
i Ii. Florida. Intends to rec-
aald name with the Clerk of
|C Q. J. HERZOG CORP.
By: Ethel Hermit
' T. BERG. EKO,
ney for G. J. Hersog Corp.
12/7-14 21-28
"i OA ZETINA,
Slid
MtOI'El ZETINA,
Husi... ,l
TO: M.'OCEL 5SETIN \
I n i u '. >w n
Viir ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
hal nn action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage lias been filed against you and
you ...... required to serve i.....py of
vonr written defenses, if unv, In ii nn
ESSEN A RPSBN, attorneys for !'-
'ittoner, whose addresi It I208 \in-
' Bids Mil ml. Fl.i 3.1132. and file
thi i 'rial with il,, p|erk of the
ihov- styled rouri on or before De-
ember 28, IMS; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
rell' f rti mandeil In Hie i-omplain.1 ,.r
ii.
This nol,,- ahall be published once
ea,h week for four consecutive weeks
" i' JEW ISH Fl i IRIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and thi
I f aaid conn al .Miami. Florid., on
nil 1". .lav nl November. 1973
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Aa Clerk, lircull Court
Dade County, Florida
By c. r i-i ii'i:i.A\D
As Depu'3 Clerk
(Clrcull Court Seall
';S8F.N A.- ESSEN, Esqa
208 Aim It i Bulldina
Miami. Florida 33132
\tlorii' v.- for Petitioner
Tel : 871-2675
11 33-30 I! 7-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6603
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
n RK Estate of
HAROLD ATKINS
deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
" Calms or Ii.-niands AsTalnal Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which vou mnv have against In. es-
tate of H.Mtoi.D atki.ns deceased
'ate ot Dade County, Florida, to the
Circuit Judjrea of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 73:i.li;. Florida
statutes in their offices in ihe County
courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within four call ndar months from
ibe time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will b. barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 9th
daj of November, A.D, IS73.
I IRRAINE lit 8EN
As Administratrix
Flrsi publication of this notice on
the 23 day of November, 1973
|-.,L.,.-,.. l.emllch
2720 IV FlasTler St., Miami. Fl 3312S
Attorney for Administratrix
11 23-30
IN THE CIPCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Ca No 73-?R'>39
NOTICE OF ACTION
ROBERTA KOCH.
Petitioner,
RICHARD .1 KOCH and THE
DBVEREUX FOl'NDATIOX, a
Pennsylvania corporation.
Respondents,
TO RICHARD J KOCH. Respondent
Horizon House 4 Horizon Road
!' .ri i .-. New Jersey
TO: TDK DEVEREVX
FOCNDATION, a Pennsylvania
..ri). Respondent
19 South Wat-rloo Road
Devon, Pennsylvania
VOI' AUK NOTIFIED thai an ac-
i|on for modification of r child cits-
..!> ouier has been filed aftainsi
on .nil \. n .,' required to si rv<
. mm I \..in- w rltten di fenses, il
my. to ii on Mil 1 Bit PODEI.L.
et I tinner's attorneys, whose ad-
!,,-. |. I Ineoln -'.. "
Florida, mi or before D. m-
er ::i 1973, and file the nriRinal
, h the clerk of this courl elthi r
.lore service on petitioner's atlor.
pye or Immediately thereafter:
Iherw ise a default will he
aa'nsl you for the relief demandei
n Hi. petition,
WITNESS my hand and the seal oi
his eoiiri ,.f the S3 day of Novem-
" RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
liv I. BNBEDEN
As D.putv Clerk
"1 10 l:; 7-14-21
I
NOTICE UNDER FICT TIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREBY Ql/EN ihat
lie undersigned, desiring to engaae in
USlnesa under the fictitious name ol
KAIL ONE PROPERTIES -'i S880
v Dixie Hwy., South Miami. Fla. in-
.-nd.s to register said name with the
|erk of the Circuit Court of Dade
'ounty, l-'loriila.
OBEHT RERItIN, as Trustee
11/23-30 12/7-14
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DA nF roiJNTv
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-29461
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
KAFAEI A C HHIIART
II GINIO IIIIIIAIIT
ro His do '. arl
-nee I'nknnwn
VOI' ARE KBREBY NOTIFIED
i iiasnlution of Mar
hat. been filed aitalnsi you and
\"ii are required to servi a copy oi
your written defense if any, lo it
n Adolfa Koss, attorney fot
tioner, whosi addn ss 101 N w
12th Av.nue. .Miami Florida 331L">.
mil file ihe original \wth Ihe clerk
I ih. abi \. v........ii...... hi
fore Januar) 11, 1974: otherwise a
lefault will be enter, d agttlnsl u
for the relii I demanded In the com-
plain) oi pei ii ion.
This notli shall he published once
aeh week fot four consecutive week*
in THE JEW isil Fl ORI1 >1A S
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
-aid court ,i Miami. Florida on this
I da\ I I ml.or !!7:'.
IUCH VRD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
I lade "ounty. Florida
B] C, P COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Courl Seal)
AI a i| Fi' Kl IBS B8Q,
STONE (v- SOSTCHIN, PA.
lei N.w. 12th Avenue
Miami. Fla 331 18
Attornes for Petitioner
12/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN
thi undersig d, deairing to i
In business undder the flctll
f INTERNATIONAL PISiNESS EN- '
TERPRISES ai 833 I no> Ave., Ml-
... h. Florida Intendr li
< aid nsme \\i;b the ilierk af ihe
Cll Ull Court of Dad. louiity. Flor-
ida.
CARLOS \ AN8ALV1
Mill ii.-z
- f.i applicant
-01 N \i' "th 81
Miami, Flu 3312S
11 23-30 12 7-14
LEGAl N0TKF
NOTICI OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl'IT
OF FLORIDA. 'N AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
C'VU. ACTION NO 73-P7S-"
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARR.IACE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
MARC'A STEPHANIE GIBBS
a
I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREB1 OIVEN 'I nl
Ihe uiderslgned, di sjrlng to i
,n huslni ss ii lei I flctll i..iis name'
of .- n'lll co | or \- SERVH
.1 l a P M.m.m: FCItNITCRE 11 i
and or MI'EIII ERIA D \' \i \l( si
HI S W ue. Miami. Flor-
ida i t.nd lo register said namer
., of ihe Clrcull Court
of Dadi County, Florida
.- 'I Til c I Li 'Ii TV SERVICE i '< I,
Ji 'ROE SANTA N \
OC..... BETVNCOURT
II 23-30 1^ 7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that I
the undersigned, desiring lo engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CASA OANCBDO al 2477 Wesl 4th
Av... Hialeah, Fla. J3010, Intend to
register said name with Ihe Circuit
Courl ol l lade t 'ounts. Florida.
Jesui I lanct do, Pres
\\':'lfi. do Sanchi I Beer
Mario A lomei, Ti es -
r: 7-14-21-38
._ ...uEri FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he under: idled, deairing to engage In
usinexH under the fictitious name of
NDItF.S TRANSMISSION" at 1410
'aim Avenue. Hialeah. iirt.nds to
eglster said name with the Clerk of
ill Circuit t ourt of Dade County,
'lorida.
ANDRE8 KSCAViA
,., 7.1 i.-.i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
he undersigned deslrins to engage in
ualnesa under the fictitious name of
HF. llorsE OF iSANCKDO al till
.Vest 4th Ave.. Hialeah. FU S8010
ntind to register said name with
he Clerk of the circuit curt of Had.
. untv. Florida.
Jeaui Qaucedo. Pres.
Wlllfredo Sanchea. Seer.
Mario A. Gomes. Trens.
12/7-14-21-28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 73.70B8
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In LF. Estatl of
ROSE FREEMAN
deceased.
To VII Creditor* and Ml Person* Hav
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estatl
Vou are hereby notified and required
io presenl nny elnlma and demandi
which you may have against the es-
tate of ROSE FREEMAN deci
lnI* ,.; Dade !' untv. Florida, to th<
C'rcull .Indues of Dade I'ounlv. and
fib- the same In dunllcate and as nm-
e'.led !n Section 733 13 Florida S'n'
,,:,- ie their offlcei In the I'ountv
Courthouse In Dade County, FlorMa.
within four calendar months from the
of the first ntlbllotlon hereof
same iviii he ham d
1 ii Miami. Florida, this :! day
,.,i.er \ D 1*73
BEATRICE ROCHU8
As Executrln
First publication of this notice on
,i ,. ; da> n! IN ember 1973,
IONEI L. TII.IN
A norm i for Exe utrlx
7 c Van l!ui en S' reel
Hollywood. Florida ja u
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ih. undersigned desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TRU-COUNT CUTTING 8ERVICE al
1 N K 17th Terrace intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
i irculi Courl of bade County, Flor-
ida
ANN TRITPIANt '
BAXTER \- FRIEDMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
l75 n F. 163rd Street
North Miami Reach. Florida
12 7-I4-21-2R
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrl ii; lo ens
is under the fictitious nami ol
GARCES CREAT10N8 al :" West
.'3rd Street, Hialeah, Florida Intends
lo register said name with thi Clerk
f th' Circuit Courl of Dad. County,
Florida.
FERNANDO GARCES
12 7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that;
ihe undersigned, desiring to engagi h
business under the fictitious name of
SADl" INSURANCE AGENCY at 23S1
W. Flairl. i Street, Suite 220 Miami.
Hade. Florida Intend to register Bald |
in. w-n ih- C'erk of ih.- Clrcull
Courl of Dade Conntv, Florida
FEI Flt'i'i i IH" l'V|i-,i i
SALOMON BVED
12 7-14-21-28
CARV GIBBS
TI I; CAPY GIBBS
i lei i..-ii A- enue
Ne York Si York
VOI' WE HEREBY VOTIFIBD
that s r I ilasolulloti ..i Mar
rlage has been filed ai u d
lUtred In servi I...... '
vour i iten '. nse* biiv, to it
on JOSEPH Si II.Ml FL. Esq atlor-
lie> f..i Pi littone. '
ia:, I ......In Road, Su Ii Miami
Bench Florida 3S13S and file Ihe
original wilh Ihe rli rk of thi aboi a
.. s I, ,1 nurl on 01 I" fot Dei ember
: I97J; other* Ise h default ill be
, u'tered against yuu lor the relli f
demanded In the complaint or pen-
This noti. shall be publlshi d once
each week for four consecutive weeka
in THE .IKV. ISH Fl.i'P.II'IAN
WITNESS in> hand and thi
of said eouri ai Miami I 'I '
this inii day of November, l7J
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As clerk. Clr. ull Courl
Dade County. Florida
Bv \<' TYM1NSKI
As Deputy Cbrk
(Circuii C...... s. '.
JOSEPH SCHMIFIt
SOS Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for i'< titioner
al
on
11 '13-23-30 \-: 7
l line
, .lo
File
of Dei
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT Couril OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUli
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 73-27551
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARR AGE
IN RE' THE MARRIAGE OF
NORMAN EGORT,
Husband,
and
FRANCES BGORT.
Wife
T< NORM AN EGORT
6 Kenned) Lam
Miliord. Massachusetts YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFiED
that an action for Dissolution of M -
rlage has been filed agalnsl you a
you are required la serve b copj ol
Vour wntt.n defenses, if any, to it
nn BAXTER A FRIEDMAN, atf r-
ney for Petitioner, whose address 's
1ST". N.E 16Srd Sire. i. North Miami
Ii.....h, Florida and file the original
'with tlie clerk of the above styled
curl on or before December 21st,
Ili78 otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded in the .onmiaini or petition.
This notice shall be published '.....
each weoU for four .....secutlvi weeka
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the sel
of mid ouri si "li-mi FI' '*t on
this 9Ul day "f .November. IMS.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As ilerk, Clrcull Court
j iad fount.'. Florida
By N A HEWBTT
As Di puiy Clerk
ii In i. i 'ourt Seal'
BAXTER FRIEDMAN
|7.-i N.E IfiSrd Street
Norn. Miami Beach, Florida
A4.1-7CM
l:v MARJOR1E P ROBBIN8
*.....-wlbrWIf. n |6.M.3fll2/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N, I'l'HT IS HEREBY GIVEN that
n. untlci signed desiring to engagi '
in huslni -- in"1' the fictitious nami
if MEN'S ROCTIOI'E al ''' Paul
j.., Avi Hialeah, Florida SSfiin (Re- I
ill Storet intends to register sal"
,., H.|,|, ih. Clerl of Ihe Circuit
Courl Hade i 'oil'' F'oi I..
JOSE R PEREZ ""'
IH Suffolk Ave
Hialeah. Fis **7 SS"
RI i| v N| i. V8TII i n 31
-,e4n \ W. I97lh si.
i ioa Locka, Fla H24
11 23-3H 12 7-14 >
NOTICE UNDER F'CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREBY GIVEN II I
hi undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under Ihe fli litious nami i
tll'YS AND DOI I 8 HAIR STVI INO |
ai 7::'7 Miami lakes Drive. Miami
lakes fi.i 330111 Intends lo ri
mid nami will the Clerk nl the Clr-
cull Courl "i Hole County, Florida
MAN'S l.oi H< INC., a Florida
corporal Ion
p.\ Arthur S Davis, President
ARTHTR S. DAVIS
Attorney for I 'ornoratlon
\i nn Blscaj ne Building
ill W Flagler St.. Miami. Fla. 33180
II '23-3H 12 '7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-7092
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
lii RE: Estate of
Ri iBERT .1 BACH
deceased.
To All reditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Tou art hereby notified and required |
lo presenl anv claims and demands |
which you may have agalnsl the aa-
tau "f ROBERT .1 BACH dec easel
late of Hade County, Florida to the
Circuit .ludu.s of Hade County, and '
nl, the same in duplicate and as |
provided '" Section 783.16, I'
S. in their offices In Ihe ( oun-
:% Courthouse In Had.- County, Flor-
ida, within four calends' nic'lis f'-om I
Ihe tim. of the first publication here-
of or the same will be barred
Filed al Miami Florida, iln- das
,., 11. mber A P l7
El IBB BACH
As Executrix
First publlcs*'cn "otlce on
th. 7 day of Dec mber. 1973.
HENRY NORTON
ornev for Kxe.utrix
1201 Blscayne Building
Miami. Fla. 33130
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ihe undersigned desiring lo ngagi In
business under Ihe fictitious name of
s /* R SAI !> ai 1342 N B. ISIal St.,
N.M.B. intend to register said name
wih the Clerk ihe Circuii Courl
of I lade i 'oiimi v Florida.
SIDNEY' B. Kl BIN
RITA S Kl BIN
____ 12 7-I4-.M -L's
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6510
GEORGE E. SCHL'l 7
NOTICE CF PROBATE
is- iip i-^'-i..... i ip
I FA G I ORENZ
i ii c. need
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO Al I PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF SAIP DECEDENT
You ai'1 herehj notified thai a writ-
ten instrument purporting to l the
last w ill and i. itamenl of said de-
. dent lias bei admitted I" nrobate
i, .... a i- i.e. v. M are hi n hv com- \
manded within six calendar month*
from Ihi date of the flral publication ,
I not lei io anpear In said Courl
and sin cause, it any you cat s In
lea.' Ill .....rl "l"1"""- l.l'NNKT 1! 'I"l" Y
.;..,,i will t.. probate should nol
unrevoked
GEORGE c si'lll'i /.
Circuit i'.....i lei
RICH Ml' P BRINKER. Clerk
By I '18 F PASTI iRFIELD
11, pul> 'li rk
R HARD TOCRY
Ml....... '
XI-110 Building
".. \\ F hp Si Miami. Pis
F -' en-.'', atlei I this riol.....n
th< 7 .'..' f i' ml'i ". '"73
12 7-H-JI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DUDE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
GENERAI JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-27367
NOTICE TO APPEAR
MARY LYONS and CHARLIE
LYONS, her husband
Plaintiffs
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI-.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 73-2P522
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in RE: The marrlagi I
GREGI IRIA '."I" 'V.
\\ He.
|l
our

Husband
VOI" KENNETH li(DOY,
i a are required to pie J
r to the petition I
,.f marriage with th. < lerk nr
. iurl and serve a .op.' there.
of ui on Herman Cohi n. Bso ,
..,' petit:. I
I Bldg Miami Florida
December 31. 1973 or else petition Hill
).. ol less, d
.i Nov. 21
RICHARD V URINKKI.
Clerk, i'ii'' uit Courl
D' P. COPE1 AND
I'el'llt' '' '
II
on or before
80 12 7-14-21
PAN AMKRICAN FINANCE
CO.. INC.
Defendant ,
TO: Pan American Finance Co.. Inc.
Arthur Gottlieb
President and Resident Agent
Residence I'nknnwn
YOU ARK HKItKRY NOTIFIED
thai a Complaint lo ciuiei title on the
follow in>- described iiropertv. lo-wii:
I ot 13 the gJU of Lot 12 Block
26 F. HIALEAH AUDITION 14.
according to Ihe Pint thereof, as
recorded m Plat Hook >". at Pago
54 of Ihe Public Records of Dade
County, Florida.
has b.ei, filed agalnsl vou and v"u
an required to serve a cow of vour
written defuses. If ai" to it on
HARRY II TEITELMAN. Plaintiffs
attorney, whose address is 1313 N.W.
7,h St reel Miami, Florida. 83128 on
..r before January 11. 1974 and file the
original thi reof with the clerk of
i,.....ui' either before sen
-s- mtornes or Immediately
thereafter; otherwlsi defaull will
... enti ed agalnsl you for the relief
rlcmandt d in the complaint,
Dated ai Mlam<. Florida this 3u da>
of Nov. mber. 1978.
Kit HARD P BRINKER
t -K t i Circuit Court
By C P. CCPF.I.AND DC
12/7-14-21-28
the
l lade
.son
d to
Clerk of
County.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
v'OTICK is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage Hi
business under the fictitious "a.'"''
u p D COMPAN1 at
N W 75th Sin at. Miami I
r, sister sa d nami with
the Clrcu i Court of
Florida. __
MAX 8WARTZ
PETER BWARTZ
DAVID SWART/.
MORTON B. 7EMEL
Attorney for applicant
Suite 111
.,. \ K 19th Ave.
North Miami Bead.. T* W fl 1;.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
SfOTICH IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the uiideisiened. desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of DISABCO H-iLDINC ASSOCIA-
TION at number 8400 Bird Road,
the City Of Miami. Florida, int.
register said name with thhi
of ihe Clrcull Court ol Dade County.
Florida o
Dated al Miami, Florida, this b
da' f Nov.ml., r. 1973
fi n;.\ u B, 11 X. .i R
JOSEPH DIBARTi HXtMEO
WILLIAM I. 8 A BELLA
JOSEPH DiBARTol 0MEO
Vttome] for Applicant
lei. Bird Road
Miami. Florida 3315S
Telephone: 226-2378
11 16-2.".-30 12/7
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goodste'h, Peter, nit, so Edgewater
[>! Corai '>>ii.-s Gordon
katz. irvln*-. :.. of Bouth Miami.
Riverside.
KONEFSKY, Mrs. Betty It 77. of
North .Miami Beach. RIvc I Hid*
KRANZ. Floyd Martin, ::. .if North
.Miami Riverside,
nisonson. Nathan. 71, of Century
Village, iii.nl..a Interment Btar of
David.
PINKOVITZ, Sidney, 82. of .North
Miami Beach. Riverside,
RIFKIN. Julius. ".; ,,f Miami. River-
side It........'! so.-.t
YASMAN. Edith, 5. or Miami Beach.
Rlverslue
GERTSACOV, Edward I... St, or
Miami. Riverside
LYONS. Dora, >;::. 24f.l llrickell Ave.
(lordon.
NEWMAN. .Molly. X". of Miami Beach.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Sinai
WEISS. Louis, 71. ..f North Miami
Beach, Riverside
ABILOCK. Rose. 73. 174"0 W. Dixie
II wv. RlnsherK.
FINDER. Sam, 19n No. Michigan
Ave.
LAX, Murray. 76. of North Miami
itea.li Riverside
SKOLNICK. Jennie. 72. 1023 Pennsyl-
vania Ave. Blasbers;,
GOLDMAN, Isadore, 07. of Miami
H-ach Riverside.
hayden, Benjamin, 2. of Miami
Beach. Riverside. Interment Mt.
Sinai.
HELFGOTT, Selma Marna. 7,1. of
North Miami Beach Riverside.
KORNFELD. Benjamin, of Miami
Beach. Levitt.
MINTZ. Jennie. S2. of Miami. Oor-
.Ion. Interment Mt. Nebo.
SAYAH, Isaac. 7.1. of Miami. River-
side Interment Mt Sinai
SCHORR. Y.'tta. SO, of North Miami.
Gordon.
WEINBERGER. Harry Jacob. 78. of
North Miami Beach. Newman.
COHEN. I:.Miamiii M, of Miami
Beach. Riverside
HERSHBAIN. Eva, 70. of -Miami
Reach. Riverside
WOLFF. Martin, 74. of Miami Beach.
Riverside,
heller, Steve, M, of Miami Beach.
Riverside. Interment Mt Slnal,
LILLING. Henry A.. 74. of North
Miami Beach. Riverside
MOSCOW, Simon I!.. 82. of Miami
Beach. Riverside. Interment Mt.
Nebo.
POLLAK. Paul. 70. 5880 No Bay Rd.
Hlasbern. Intermenl Ml Nebo
SARNOFF, Morris. 7!'. of Hollywood.
Riverside
SIMONOWITZ, Sadie, 78. ..f Miami
Baach, Riverside,
TUCKER. Alan Stuart, 20. of North
Miami Beach. Riverside Interment
Star of David.
I Miami Beach,
lit star f David,
of Miami Beach
WELT. Morris. 7!'.
Riverside, Intern
COHEN. Samuel, 7
New in.. n
LEVIN. Ellas, tl, ono weal Ave.
Riverside intermenl Mt. Neho.
MEECE. Rose. O.i. ..I North Miami
Beach, Levitt
PLATZMAN, 1 .ui-, 82, of Miami
Beach Newman.
SCHUSTER, .la..... K 71. 1021 Colllni
Ave. Blasbenr.
bovin. Murraj i evltt,
bushell, i hat les -i Df Miami
Beach. Riverside. Intermenl Mt.
Nebo.
COOPERSMITH. Pi ii Sm II
Mil ml Beach Rlvi rslde Inti rmont
Ml Sinai.
CRONIN. p.. rnard, 71, 5151 Coll
Avi Blai
FACTOR. Phillln 81, of Ml
Sprli Ii termi I Mt.
Mebi
FLANDERS. Ml .- i
Miami. Rlversid. Intel in Ml.
Nebo.
hayden. Dora, 77 ... \i |
Riverside. Interment Mt Sinai
LERNER. Mrs i my, 7g, ,,( Miami
Beach Riverside
PINNER. Pnulette, 84, ..f 10.) I
Rbad. Riverside.
HEYMAN. .v.i.i. 7t, of Miami B
Riverside
NATKER. Al. tS, of Hollyw
Riverside
ULIUS. Frank. 71. of Miami Beach.
Riverside.
BUCKLER. Morris II 71 Of Miami
Beacn. Riverside Interment Ml
Neb i
BURNS, Rose I. 7... of Miami !! ife
Riverside
KITT. Samu.l 88, Of Buy Harbor
Islands. Riverside.
LIPMAN. Sin..... George. M, of Miami
Riverside
MAGRAM, Rose, of .Miami Beach.
Riverside.
WOHL. Louis 0.. tO, of Miami
Gordon.
BELLET. Robert, of North Miami.
Riverside.
f rcr>MN u. .,.,. s ;_, ,)f Miam|
Beach. Riverside.
HAukERN, Edith, 7:'. 7000 Bonita
Dr. BlasherK.
GOLDBERG. Jean K of North Mi-
ami Reach Riverside.
KRULEWITCH. Hyman (H?nry>. 84.
of Miami Beach. Newman.
FIRST. Herbert Ibiin. 1805 San
Souci Blvd. Hlasberit.
GROSSMAN. Samuel N 70. .141 73rd
st Riverside
rtOESCH. Meyer. 7.1. 6969 Collins Ave.
Blasbenr,
applebaum. Freda, 58, 10T05 SW
.".r.ib St. Cordon. Interment Star of
David.
CHERNOFF. Dr. Oeonte, 65. of North
Miami Re.'U'h. Riverside.
. COHEN, Max 7t, of Miami Reach.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Sinai.
i GASH. Etta P., 77. of Miami Beach,
Rlversid.
' HECHT. Pauline, 72 of Miami Beach.
Riverside, Interment Mt. Nebo
! LEVY. Beatrice, 71. 146" Ocean Dr.
(lordon.
1 lucoff, Benjamin 7. .1!07 SW 3rd
Ave Gordon, Interment Mt Nebo
I WELT. Morris. 7!'. of Miami Beach
Riverside. Interment Star of David.
Bernstein. Jacob, tl. of Miami
Beach. Newman.
COHEN. Nathan, 74 0149 Abbott Ave.
HERSHON. Harry B. 79. of Kendall.
New man.
Joseph. William. 77. 1849 So. Ocean
Dr. Blasbent.
i\OSSOVE. Edward, tn 15*1 NE
Miami Gardeni ir Blasbera
LASSMAN. Nathan, ii. of North
M i.. mi Beat Ii New man
finkelstein, Benjamin
Miami Beach. Riverside. Interment
Ml Slnal.
hershkowitz. Esther K M, if
North Miami Beach lev ''
KARO. Joseph, 77. of Miami Ben ih
Riverside
kunz. Ruth Bardull. r-087 sw )th
St Riverside.
MUTZMAN. Samu.-l. St. of Miami
Kivetsi.ie Interment Mi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUP'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-70=9
J. GWYNN PARKEF
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
VDRAHAM BHAFPRAN,
deceased
. !i dltors and I ns Hav-
ing Claim* or Demand! v- 9b I
Estate:
You are herehv notffli
.tn any claims .gnd demands
ivhloh von may have a..dn*1 tl.....--
Ite of ABRAHAM SHAFF K N
ised late of I lade i 'ounts. Floi da
lo the < Hrcull Judge* of I >ad< C >un-
v. and file the same and as provided In Section '>'' it
Florida sialutes. In their offices In
'ne County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida within four calendar
months from the time of the first
nublicatlon hereof, or the same will
In- barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this so
day Of November. AD. 197."
THE MIAMI RKACH
FIRST NATIONAL RANK
By: CHARLES D LONO.
Senior Trust Officer
Aj Co-Executor
First nublicatlon of this notice en
i lie 7 dav of December. 197.1.
SIMON. HAYS A ORUNDWERG
Bj MOSES J GRUNDWERO
Attorney for Co-Kxecutors
608 Alnaley Buildlnc
Miami. Florida 83131
12-7-14
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 73-26607
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
SAC.ITAHIPS DEVELOPMENT
CORPORATION OF FLORIDA.
' i Florida Corporation.
Plaintiff.
[ ANQbTLO PIESCO and ------------
PtBSCI >. Ins wile, and if any ..f
the aforesaid named Pefendar'*
lie dead, their unknown devisees,
heirs, personal representatives.
legatees, grantees, or claimants.
otherwise under or against them
and any person or persons unknown
to the Plaintiff having: or claiming
tn have any right, title ..r interest
in the lands, through, by. or under
.said Defendants.
Defendants.
N THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA:
.1 ------------ PIESCO. wife of AN-
flELO PIESCI I, and if anj
' iresaui named defendants dead,
then ins or her unknown personal rep-
itives. heirs, devisees. legatees
or grantees ana all other person or
parties outlining by through, under
or against them and all parti
persons having or claiming iny right.
title and interest in and i the prem-
ises involved in this suit.
The West 100 feet of the BaSl M
feet of the Norih l.'nl f-et ..:' Tra.
51 of FIORIDA FRUIT LAND
CO S SI'BDIVISIt IN also kt
as FLORIDA FRUIT I AND
CO 8 SUBDIVISION No. l of
Section II, Township 53 South,
Rat ii.- i" Bast, according to I
Plat thereof, as recorded Ii Plal
Book 2, at Page '7 of the Publli
Reeoi ds ( i lade C turn Florid
i suit to quiet title haa been file I
,^:t'.'^: you and you are louin i to
serve i copj of j .ur wrlttei lefer is,
' ii oi H Kt IIT \i:il"S I "\ El IP-
MBNT CORP IRATH IN OF Fl I '.'il' v
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S VMUE E SMITH
11 18-23-3 ) 12 7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA in swo FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 73-67'6
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
FRANK I'NUKi:
lie. e
Ti \ i te.iiio--r--d a'i Person!
inn Claims or Demandi Against Said
i
Vou are herebj notified and renuireti
to present - ..ii may hav asrstnsl the es>
late of FRANK PNOER deceased
late >f Dade County, Florida to th.
Judges ihide i". i"nv. ann
ii. ii same In rtnniioate and as "t-o.
vlded ii Section 7S8 16, Florida Stat-
utes, In their offlt es in the County
Courthouse In Dad* County Fo
within four calendar monthe from
he time of the first publication here-
of or the same will he barred
Pile.i a' Miam1 u" ""da. this It day
of November. AD. 1973.
ANNA PNOER SHITRE
As Executrix
First publication 01 II Is notice or
the 7 day of December. 1S73.
ARONOVITZ. silver a IKXITH
Attorneys for Executor
MS Ainsl.v ituililing
Miami. Florida 33132
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6948
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
BERNARD CRONIN
deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have airniiist the es-
tate if llernaid I'l.min deceased late
of Hade County. Florida,, to the Cir-
cuit Judges of Dade County, and file
the same in duplicate and as provided
in Section 733.16. Florida Statutes, in
their offices in the County Courthouse
in Dude County. Florida, within four
calendar months from the time of
the first publication hereof, or the
same will be barred.
Filed at Miami Florida, this 27
day of November, AD 1973
ROBERT It WERNER and
JOSEPH SIEOEL
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 3 day Of November. 1973.
Martin Qreenbaum
Attorney for Executors
525 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33140
11 30 12'7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN PROBATE
No. 72-1707 (Dowling)
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKI-
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTE
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN" RE: Estate of
Kl IITH P DOMOSH
1......'(Sell.
NOTICE la hereby elvn that n"
have filed our Final Report and Pe-
tition for Distribution and Final Dis-
charge as Executor of the esi
EDITH P I" IMOSH, deci aae I ai I
thai on the llth day of December.
!'::: wilt apply to the H morable
County Judges of Dade County, Flor-
.....' d F i! ".
port and for distribution and final
uiscnaige u.- h>xecuu>r ol the estate
of the above-named decedent. This
2nd day of November. 1973
THE MIAMI REACH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
By: PETER A ISAIA
SPARUER, ZEMEL. ROSKIN.
II El I,U( INNER AND KARP P. A.
Attorney
100 North Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33132
11/16-23-30 12/7
inviMB U JO ITATO
AMm FAKKlNe IN TNI HUM
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865-2353
720 Strtnly Hal Slratl
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4 GtNI AI.ONl OF MlVlCfl
NOTICE OF ACT'ON
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAI7 COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. "3-28343
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE- THE MARRIAGE OP
STEVFV I KV .,', illN
PEI.l ITTERI
Husl
and
' 1DYA J MENE MILLER
PE1 tJTTERl
W If
Tl I i 1DYA .' kMENE MILLER
PHI.I ITTERI
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTTSTBD
i .' an a. '...n for Dissolutloi 'Mai
" We has I.....n filed against you and
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-'6"?8
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE T' Marriage of
'-.All, CAJAR.
Pi .net,
..' I
RAFAEL CAJAR,
i :. !.! -
n R \FAEI. CAJAR
17:3 !.. \ .w. nue
Mian F da 33130
TOO ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED I
in for DUsolutlor .-' Mar-
riage h is been filed against you and
you are required to serve ,-.,. .'
v mr .\ rll ten defer ei if .. 1 to II
' E S vMPAS. ESQ itl 11
ney for P.......ner, u
}20 Lincoln Road, Sun. 311 Miami
I file tl
''' 01 ire 1 ii mbei 19
will be 1
1 >r the 1
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this 1.1 dav of N
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S31-U41J
_____________ 'I 16-21 -30 12/7
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROdATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6843
FRANK B DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREOUTORS
In RE: Estate of
JOSEPH E. DeMAR
deceased. 1
'1 altors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and reauire I
to present any claims and demanri.i
which you may have against the es-
tate of JOSEPH E. DeMAR deceased
I,it..... Dade County. Florida, to thu
Circuit Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and a*i
provided In Section 733.16 Florida
Statutes. In their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within four calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Filed at Miami Florida, this 27
day of November. AD. 1!W3.
JOSEPH DUANE DeMAR
MARJORIE RPTH PARKER
As Executors
First publication of this notice on*
the 30 day of November. 1973.
HERBERT Z. MARVIN, for the firm
LARSON. MARVIN A SHEPPAUD
Attorney tor Executors
777 N.W. 72 Avenue
-Miami, flurida 33123
11/80 1S/V
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O" TI-1
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIPCUI f
OF FLORIDA. IN AMD FOR
DAOE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO T^-^JiW
NOTICE TO AOPFAR
fBY PUBLICATION)
IV PF- The Vii-rlaee of
i-t.-i ,Y v pRRESS Wife nnl
"AV pi-'.rfz H.tsband
TO: TAN PEREZ
Barrio liarleona
San I nis
Pinat- Del Rio. Cuba
TOC ARE HEREBY rerrulred 1..
OOIIV of y.,r An., ,,,,.
for Disanlntlon of "irriarn
- the Petiiioner- Attornev
Klein, 800 Sevh Id rt'iitfl-
Florida and f, the orla-
offlee of the C|."-'< .' th-
urt op ... hef r,, .mrnf,
sai.l ,.. .;. k
s~e.i by vou
eev
Pet I
herein on
Murray 7.
Iin--. Miami
the
''...... .'
21 197
as
9 day of n vember,
7
notice UNoaa FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
DATED thli
1
B1CHARD P Bpt\l
Clerk of the Circuit 1
By; p coPEi Vj
Deputy Cli
____________ II ti
i^ct.-LSiS?U,T COURT OF THE
EL5VENTH JUDICIAL C'Pr.jiT
OF FLORIDA IN AND f0"r
eWC COIINTV
DCRrT=B.AJe Dl VI SI ON
^RFORGE C 8CHI -
.. RENgJ('oTO CBEOITOR8
' V < BeNI R
1 '" rs and All Perse
1 Den ,nd
v;e'."!:.,''':,M
> hii |. voU
ai v 1 imi
nay have ,:
DeNi ..
'^Ar.D.si,.;i,!!,:A^
Attorney for applicant
iW Roberts Bulldln*, Miami. Fla.
------7--------------------------L' I6-23-S0 1 "
E UNDER FICT^IOiJS
Jleuffl
JUemorial Chapel
"eflMW fUNERAL DlFICTOHi"
&
LOCAL AND OUT OF STATI
ARRANGCMENTS
947-2790
13385 W. DIXIE HWV, N.M.
default will be entered
for tne relief demanded
plaint or petition
nst vou LLOYD u"buskuNKAPLAN
es & Betty F.
; the same win be barred
. Filed at Miami. Florida tn
day of November. A D. 17J S
[AMON D.NI-R
'Ai Administrator
publication of thl .
30
Flrsl
'be 7 daj of December. 1973
^ROJHBRNBErS I,. IAN*
p'erBA-m.n..tr.,or
19 \\ Flajtler St.. Miami Kla.
._____._________ 12/7-14
NKBR
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida.
By C. P COPBI A N I
As Deputy Clerk
'Circuit Pourt Seal)
DAVID E STONE. ESQ
STONE & SOSTCHIN, P A
Attorneys for Petitioner
101 N.W 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128
11/23-30 12/7-M
OIVEN that
e"KiiBe in
h PLORiDJi Bvai'NBaamS.S'
t num.,..,- woo 2a*J< R;
*e undersigned, desinr
so7'thS.^W"-"
da, intends to realstar fklamJ- "'
with tn,. CleTk^S. etaaS1 "iim-
ALBERT L. ROSEN
11/16-23-30 12/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS------
?Vm.UBeU,^d-3
line wllh .h i..,. r|"""-
Pesr.
'.'' s-'.....aine with the Clerh
,- coum 01 i.a.ie ,-'ir:tkv
TVrKSu* rau>*AN. pa.
1 WlNARD H. DAVIDSON
-NOTfc-E-UNDER-
NAMElXvS^'0^
Kendale Lake- mF'v.
33143 intends
JJIous nam,
vc MP,arnl ^
with the cierk of .kf ?.t,,'r said nnn,,.
Dade County" norola' C""CUlt C',urt "'
MVRA SCHNEIDER
11/30 12/7-14it|