The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood

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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian
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13 v. : ill. ;
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English
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Fred Shochet
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Hollywood, Fla

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 13, 1970)-v. 13, no. 22 (Oct. 28, 1983).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Numbering in masthead and publisher's statements conflict: Dec. 24, 1971 called no. 3 in masthead and no. 4 in publisher's statement; July 21, 1972 called no. 19 in masthead and no. 18 in publisher's statement; Aug. 3, 1972 called no. 19 in masthead and no. 18 in publisher's statement; Feb. 2, 1972 called no. 2 in masthead and no. 3 in publisher's statement; Apr. 26, 1974 called no. 9 in masthead and no. 8 in publisher's statement; Aug. 2, 1974 called no. 5 in masthead and no. 15 in publisher's statement.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for Aug. 4, 1972 called also v. 2, no. 19, and May 10, 1974 called also v. 4, no. 9, repeating numbering of previous issues.

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^Jewisti Flariidli& ui
Volume 3 Number 7
and SHOFAlt OF GREATER HOLLYWOOD
Hollywood, Florida Friday, February 16, 1973
Price 20 cents
ADL Calls For Review of School Board Investigation
Dade Teacher Who Asked Students UJA'JWF CamPa'9n Underwa*
To Justify Hitler Keeps Position
An assignment by a North Mi-
ami Beach Senior High School
teacher, calling for his public
school students to justify Hit-
ler's actions in killing six mil-
lion Jews, has resulted in a se-
ries of investigations still in
progress.
The Jewish Floridian learned
this week that the Florida of-
fice of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith has asked
Howard McMillan, acting Dade
County School Superintendent,
to allow the ADL to examine the
report of a three-man investi-
gating committee appointed by
the superintendent's office.
News of the assignment, which
numbered several Jewish stu-
dents in the class of North Mi-
ami Beach High teacher Jona-
than Williams, touched off im-
mediate protests by students and
parents concerned with the as-
signment.
What most disturbed those in-
volved was Mr. William's inten-
tion in making the assignment,
since students writing that they
could not under any circum-
stances justify the holocaust re-
ceived failing grades. Those jus-
tilying Hitler's "final solution
to the Jewish problem" received
passing grades.
All of the community's Jewish
community relations agencies
were contacted either by stu-
dents or parents directly con-
cerned, or by others learning of
the unique class assignment.
The incident took place several
months ago, and the instructor
has contended he did not have
any malicious intent in giving
the assignment. Mr. Williams de-
nies harboring any anti-Semitic
feelings and reportedly gave the
assignment after finding that
most of his students were appar-
ently unmoved or disinterested
over discrimination against
American Indians, who were be-
ing studied at the time.
Mr. Williams maintains he
gave the "Hitler was right" as-
signment to shock his students,
many of whom are Jewish, into
realizing how self-centered they
are when It comes to having
sympathy for people who are
persecuted, caring for their
group bat not for others.
The Anti-Defamation League
has conducted detailed inter-
views with many of the persons
involved, including students, par-
ents and school officials.
As the result of the inquiry
the ADL has learned that Mr.
Williams, who continues to teach
at the school, has received both
oral and written reprimands for
giving the assignment, the latter
becoming part of his permanent
personnel record. Also, school
officials have revealed that spe-
cial monitoring of Mr. Williams'
classroom teaching and lesson
plans have been ordered.
The ADL, not satisfied with
these procedures, requested O.
Holmes Braddock, chairman of
the Dade County School Board,
to order a formal investigation
into the facts of the case and
the appropriateness of resulting
administrative decisions.
The three-man investigating
committee, which was appointed
by the superintendent's office,
reportedly sustained the deci-
sions to reprimand Williams and
to conduct special monitoring of
his teaching.
Sources close to the ADL say
the ADL has now quietly asked
Mr. McMillan for permission to
rerlew the report of the Investi-
gating committee.
It is understood that ADL does
not intend to close its file on
this Incident until it is satisfied
that school authorities have con-
ducted a complete inquiry and
that the actions taken have been
appropriate in relation to the
facts developed.
Recently an ADL official noted
its intentions to refer this inci-
dent in meetings it is planning
to hold with Dade County School
authorities regarding the inade-
quate treatment of subjects to
Jews and Judaism in public school
education, including Inadequate
training for teachers on these
subjects.
In Judaism we are told we cannot transfer our obligations.
The foremost responsibility of Jews has always been to help one
another. The 1973 UJA-JWF campaigns are now beginning. This
year there is a special obligation. There are tens of thousands
of Soviet Jews who wish to make Israel their home. In 1972,
nearly 32.0CO arrived in Israel. Adjustment to a new culture
a new way of life is not easy. Sacrifice of job, position and se-
curity takes great courage, especially when harassment and
prejudice is prevalent.
It costs each one of us 51,250 just to transplant one Soviet
Jew to Israel, and then $35,000 to help each one of them become
assimilated into the community. The enormity of the amount of
money needed really becomes incomprehensible but they are our
brothers. They are many excuses for us not to give or not to
give enough. Many of the people in this area are retirees and so
they may feel that they have come here to sit back and relax.
Many others are from "up north" and they feel no particular
allegiance to this area. Others give up north.
We must keep hoping that the doors of the Soviet Union will
open even wider but hoping is not enough. We must make it
possible for each person to live in dignity, and we can only do
tiiat with the greatest outpouring of funds that is possible.
The campaign slogan for this year is "KEEP THE PROM-
ISE." Will We?

Mary Zinn To Host A GHJW F Women's Division Parlor Meeting
Mrs. Marsha Tobin, 1973 cam-
paign chairman for the Women's
Di\ ision of Greater Hollywood's
muir ZINN
Jewish Welfare Federation, an-
nounced this week that a series
of parlor meetings will high-
light this year's Women's Divi-
sion campaign. These small
gatherings proved so successful
in last year's campaign efforts
that it was decided to amplify
the program and arrange for
more of the intimate type meet-
ings.
Coordinating the parlor meet-
ings for the women this year
will be Anita Weis. who recently
moved to the South Broward
area after having been active
in the campaign of the Miami
Federation for many years.
In response to the decisions of
the campaign leadership and
showing enthusiasm for the aims
of the Federation efforts and
for the parlor meeting type of
soliciation. 17 women have al-
ready volunteered their homes
for meetings.
The women are Mrs. Norman
Bluth, Mrs. Robert Gordon, Mrs.
David Goodman, Mrs. Joseph
Hopen, Mrs. Herbert Katz. Mrs.
Edward Kaplan, Mrs. Paul
Koenig, Mrs. Calvin Iinda. Mrs.
Robert Pittell, Mrs. Alan Roa-
man. Mrs. Ben Rosenberg. Mrs.
Joel Rottman. Mrs. Marsha
Tobin, Mrs. Henry Weiss. Mrs.
Sam Weinstein, Mrs. Jack Sha-
piro and Mrs. Mary Zinn.
From this group, several have
already set up specific dates for
meetings and are coordinating
plans for programs. Taking a
leaf from the successful opening
benefactor's dinner meeting of
Federation's 1973 campaign.
Mary Zinn, community leader,
has gathered together a group
of women who are considered
top leadership in the Jewish
community and has Invited them
to her home for lunch on Mon-
day, Feb. 2 i.
For the occasion she has in-
vited Revn Wexler, president of
the Miami Women's Division,
to explain the needs and aims
of this year's campaign. This
meeting at Mrs. Zinn's is ex-
pected to kick off the Women's
Division campaign in a manner
that will serve as an impetus to
all succeeding efforts of the
division.
Other women volunteering to
hold meetings who have already
chosen dates on which to assem-
ble friends at their homes in-
clude Mrs. Norman Bluth and
Mrs. Paul Koenig. These women,
who have been active in the
work of the Women's Division
for several years, will hold a
parlor meeting at the home of
Mrs. Bluth on Tuesday. Feb. 20.
A third meeting already set
up will be hosted by Mrs, Robert
Pitteil on Wednesday, Feb. 28 at
the Hillcrest home of Dr. Pit-
tell's mother.
In addition to the many par-
lor meetings being planned, Mrs.
Tobin also announced that there
will he a special type of eve-
ning gathering planned for the
entire Jewish women's commu-
nity towards the end of March.
It is hoped that the entire com-
munity of women will attend.
Helping in Women's Division
p'ans. the presidents of all the
Women's organization* will meet
on Wednesday, Feb. 21, to dis-
cuss the coordination of their
programs. Members of the Wom-
en's Division campaign leader-
ship will meet with them then
to discuss plans and ask assist-
ance in developing the cam-
paign.
xTo Live Another Summer'
To Appear In Hollywood
New Boats
Add Muscle
TEL AVIV (WNS) Israel
will soon launch a new 415-ton.
Slf>million missile boat which
Jt claims i* far superior to 12
similar crlft built for it in
France se%*ral years ago and
faster thai* any Russian-built
vessel of tit? type known to be
in MkJeastern waters.
The first in the series of the
new boats armed with seven of
Israel-a "Gabriel" 6*rrface-to-sur-
face missiles, the Reshef, wiU
be launched Feb. 19 by Israeli
Shipyards Ltd, on Hatta Bay.
the-gwwnirtentaidi
King Hussei
Rogers In D.C. Mission
WASHINGTON (JTA) King
Hussein of Jordan will have far-
ranging discussions with leading
Congressmen and senior American
government officials during his
five-day visit to Washington.
State Department spokesman
John King said that Hussein met
with Secretary of State William P.
Rogers at the State Department
following the White House meet-
ing with President Nbcon.
He indicated that before his ex-
pected departure from Washing-
ton, the Jordanian ruler will also
see Pentagon officials.
Mr. King declined to say
whether "new initiatives" regard-
ing a Middle East settlement will
emerge in the discussions.
4th Year For Exchange
Social Service Organization in
Broward and North Dade, the En-
tertainment Exchange, celebrates
its fourth year under the leader-
ship of Norm Spector, founder and
board chairman of the non-profit
organization.
'To Live Another Summer"
one of Broadway's most success-
ful and exciting revues, will be
presented for one performance
only Tueeday evening. Feb. 27,
at Temple Beth El, Hollywood.
This spectacular revue featur-
ing a troupe of bright young Is-
raeli performers is being of-
fered locally under the sponsor-
ship of the Israel 25 Committee.
Its appearance locally has been
arranged by the committee as
the first major public event in
their planned 25th anniversary
celebration for the State of
Israel.
The revue type musical traces
the history of Israel from the
time of Noah up to the present
time. One of the songs that get
the bitrsest ovation is the sar-
donic "Sorrv We Won It." In
it, the Israelis are "apologizing"
for winning the Six-Day War,
and part of it goes, "We're sorry
we won it; we must have over-
done it ."
Leading player Hanan GoM-
blatt provides the high dramatic
moment in "Boy With the Fid-
dle," a recollection of a man's
past when he was a little boy
in a concentration camp and
played the violin as he watched
his family murdered. Choreag-
raphy includes dances from the
traditional Hassidic all the way
through a wild Israeli rock.
The Israeli company includes
David Krivoshel, musical ar-
ranger and conductor; Hanan
. Goldblftt, Israeli actor, film
and television star; Sara Golan,
who has for the past three
years performed as a solo singer
throughout Israel; Nava Harari,
a member of the Karmon Is-
raeli Dancers and featured
dancer in many Israeli musical
productions; Gali Atari, one of
Israel's best-known singers and
recording artists; Moshe (Golil
Goldstein, singer and actor who
played the leading role of Ber-
ger in the Israeli production of
"Hair," and Yohai Hazani. one
of Israel's leading folk singers.
Continued on Page 6-


Page 2
+Jei$* ftcrMiart -nd Sho{" of Hollywood
Friday. February 16, 1973
UJA Operations Upgrade
Covering 64 U Cities
Free Jewish University Opens Here
Mi rwyn 1 in intent, good-
:: from R
N.V. lir ii on oup '>
Cot United
.'...'. ral '.:
H i thi-
in '-4 cities, i liich i*
I i' m one
o! L'.'A i tenets
ags
Is; snail big gift*.'
Anil carrying this principle even
turthiT it has hc^n found thai 01
to on- solicitation by a follow lay-
man brings forth tin- greatest re-
s; !.- in terms of amount <>f con-
tribution.
:rci-t unusual feature o1 *> -
prat'on Upgrade i- thai these
men tra in othei Itl -
i th :n their own and viol
i a' uiors H* i Appointments
u| ah ac! ni time w'th con-
- in the S I I10.0TO
: i Op-
. ''. a tei n ; .
n tho
h si It} I rigin:!
i and a; oi tm< ot. H
'i the donor of his own
the ca lis o\vi
lion ^/m^&* '"
'A~~ ihe plMMIW'i'ti: th mui
"upgrading" his contribution.
The $1,000 to 810,000
la- bean picked : this project
it i- felt that men in this
brae.; I u alreadj committed to,
the cause and committi d ti
It b hoped that speaking to a
i from another communit> I
and introduced to bin b> a mem-'
of his own community, th
0 Inal gift wi'l be increased. Here
in Hollywood Bdr, Kroll and his
fellow upgrade workers have shown
a 150 per cent increase in the con-
tributions of jK'ople they have seen I
this year.
Mr. Kroll is part of this program
because he is a dedicated man -
cheated to the cause of Israeli
an-f dedicated to the maintenance
of Jewish identity amon? Amer-
ican Jew-. I lis confreres are \out:.
r< a of caliber. In ord i
participate In this program,
Kroll give his own time and
I: ips ith no recomp-
., Il< i- an atl >rnej and the
......I Itax i at-.:a:l\ means loss
01 income. Fur Mr. Krol! and
others like him, it's worthwhile
The Free Jewish Univsa
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Co irses. suggested by stu-
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further Insight to participants
about themselves and va
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Classes meet tor an hour
weekh and there are no re-
<|iiireiiieiits. pn-rcquisites oi
mules.
tlomit Sinai
Blood Bank
Honors Donors
Mount Sinai Medical Center's
Blood Bank recently honored over
;00 private citizens and members
>f organization who have donated
a gallon or more of blood, in cere-
monies at the medical center's
I OUJ8 E. Wolfson Auditorium.
Guest speaker was David Blau-'
ii< r, a Miami Beaeh stockbroker
\ no needed 52 pints ol the lif>-
- \in< liquid in 19'>4 for open heart
- rgery.
Dr. Arfcadi Rywlin, directoi ol
Mount Sinai's Department ol
Pathology and Laboratory Med-
|< ine, ; res nted cat I fcficates to 66
individual volunteer donors, ami
cial awards to Joseph Salamon
. PhiKp Rosenthal. Assisting Is
Rywlin were Dr. Jack Lubin,
I liicf of the Mount Sinai Blood
Dank, and Dr. Mark C'iriin. T.i-
rector of Bln<>d Donor Servici
Coordinator of the Free Uni-
versity. Ralph Gottlieb, said the
program was started because ot
increase?! Btudenl imeiest in
Jeu'r.h smi,iie
Courses include: Life in the
Diaspora. Encounter Gro
Chassidtc Philosophy, The Art
oi Jewish Cooking, Hebrew,
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Fridcy, Febounry; bay 1973
*kist nwrk&Ul nd Shotar of Hollywood
Page 3

Apartment House Dwellers
Responding To UJA Needs
Oipacity audiences have packed
the nveting rooms for the first
four camoaicrn gatherings of the
apartment division of. Greater
Hollywood's Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration. Building tenants were in-
terested in hearing of the aims and
needa of the local UJA-JWF cam-
paign and the enthusiasm engend
eml and the percentage increase
in monies collected points to 1973
l>eing the biggest yet in the Fed-
eration campaign.
Sydney Holtzman, vice chair-
man of the apartment division
campaign in the Hollywood Beach
area, announced that the two
brunch meetings held at Galahad
North i\nd Galahad South attracted
large aujioneee, and although the
results '>f th" solicitation have no*
been tabulated in final form, fim
how q large > n -
197::. (*:,(- of the mo-1 0 't:-"i-'i.
si; n- iccor lin : to M I lo
wn < the lara nun 'v.' of new
cvs who attl n i -.! ai -I ho
Uresl in ihe Federation efforts.
As the next step in these build-
ings, door to door so'icitation Is
now starting, with chairman of the
r-. -..,.! c-.,,,,., |,njM:,.., Arthur
Rubin, and cochairmen, Jacob Gel-
ler, Robert Hoffman and Ja;/
Solot. It is aimed at tenants who
i rot able to attend the brunch
In Galahad North the same proc-
ess of *olie:tation is t'oirv:; on. Ir
this building George K. Gordon is
honorary chalrmaan. and Leo Bit"
i< chairman- cn'-'iai'-iien Martir
Haipel and So! Singer.
First meetings of the season f"i'
the Hallandale area of the apart-
ment division were held at the
Hemispheres comp'ex and at the
Parker Plaza. In both cases, ac-
c-ording to vke chair*""" Jerome
Gevirman and- Meyer Kaplan, at-
t n lnr.ee filled the meeting rooms,
Quiz Box
By K Vim I SAMIKL J. FOX
(ii, IBM Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
What is the reason for the
I.-xvlsh Institution ol "Sihemltah"
(Subbutical year)?
The Book of Leviticus (Chapter
25 as well as in other sources in
the Bible, explicitly demands that
the land in Lsrael not be worke!
on the seventh year. A number of
reasons are given.
First, by not working the soil
man rc'inquishes ownership as if
to admit that the Almighty is the
true owner ot the land. Second, 't
shows that it is not the land which
produces by its power, but that
the power of the Alnvghty is the
productive spirit Third, it displays
the quality of generosity on the
part of the human owner who al-
lows the poor to come and glean
the harvest or whatever grows on
the land.
Fourth, because monetary debts
are cancelled in the seventh year,
n sense of compassion is exhibited
by the creditor towards the poor
debtor. Fifth, refraining from
working the land reminds one that
the land of Israel is. a holy land-
Sixth, hy refraining from tilling
the soil a man gives credence to
the tradition that the Almighty
created the world in six days and
rested on the seventh.
Seventh, since the farmer can-
not work the soil on the seventh
year, the- year is to be spent in
study ar-U reflection. Eighth, since
all are free to 'partake of the laiK?
in the seventh year, all are equal
the poor and the rich the
save and the free. Ninth, since
man does not till the soil he show*
confidence in the Almighty, by
trusting that the Almight/ w.l'
provide him with t \stenance in
some other way. Ten. ail** the
farmer i= n'wav? con^e-n^d wh*
the soil, the year in which" the so:!
K*tl shows him th he is nt *~
pendent on the soil and should
not be. therefore, tolally preoccu-
pied with it.
and solicitation brought amounts
equal to the entire amount of last
year's campaign. With this in mind,
building solicitation is continuing
under the cochairmenship of David
Schwartzman and William Litt-
man in the Hemispheres, an!
Max Lieberman at the Parker
Plaza. It is expected in this manner
to bring in a substantial percent'
I age increase in both buildings.
In the weeks to come the apart -
| ment division has slated meetings
I in all the major buildings in the
. area. Special programs are b ling
; set up with chairmen and cochair-
I men working now on getting the
invitations to their tenants.
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Volume 3
Friday, February 16, 1973
Number 7
14 ADAR 5733
No Justification In First Place
The assurance of the Department of Defense that
Gerald L. K. Smith's broadcast over the armed forces net-
work "will not be repeated," as is usual, is small penance
for having given the notorious racist and anti-Semite a
government program in the first place.
One might question the Mutual Broadcasting System's
cooperation with the New Jersey Council of Churches in
first airing the program, but there is no question that the
Armed Forces and Television Service requires a good inves-
tigation of its staff when it fails to recognize the danger in
broadcasting types like Smith under government auspices.
Technion Highlights Progress
Scientists, physicians and laymen the combination
which has made Technion one of the world's great aca-
demic institutions will participate at the Second Annual
Conference of the American Technion Society. This is not
just another meeting but one, because it will bring to-
gether outstanding leaders from both Israel and the United
States, that will focus news attention on our area for the
next three days.
The fact that the Albert Einstein Award will be made
to Rabbi Irving Lehrman, the Miami Beach spiritual leader
who heads the Synagogue Council of America, provides
an additional local note to this most important conference.
Histadrut's Powerful Influence
The influence of this area in the work of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation will be seen again when the eighth
annual national mid-winter conference is held here for
three days next week.
While the sessions will be climaxed with a well-de-
served award to Rabbi Kronish of Beth Sholom, national
chairman of the board of the Histadrut Foundation, the
highlight promises to be the talk by Ambassador David
Rivlin, Israel's consul-general in New York and former
senior political advisor to Foreign Minister Abba Eban.
Histadrut's powerful influence in the development of Is-
rael and its American support make the meeting here one
of outstanding significance.
Pressure On Soviets Must Continue
The pressure on the Soviet government to relax its
emigration policies as it concerns Jews who wish to leave
for Israel or other countries obviously cannot be re-
laxed. While there is now a stated tax position which helps
somewhat, it is still so strict that for most Soviet Jews it
becomes impossible to meet.
The Jackson amendment to a trade bill is one which
holds a good deal of promise to ease the restrictions for it
is in the kind of tough language the Soviets understand
best. At a time when Russian agriculture is in trouble and
relief can come only from the United States, an amend-
ment such as Sen. Jackson's, which would deny most fa-
vored tariff treatment and participation in U.S. credit pro-
grams to countries that prohibit their citizens the right to
leave or raise such barriers as have been done by the
Soviet government, can bring about a change of attitude.
Support of the quiet diplomacy and the Congressional
actions will serve Soviet Jewry better than the threats of a
new wave of violence by the discredited Jewish Defense
League which, like all fanatical groups, is impatient with
the slow, but steady progress being made.
WASHINGTON. D.C. Pres-
ident Nixon has a dangerous
habit of putting out particularly
lush and tempting-looking rugs
for his enemies to assemble up-
on When there are enough of
them on\he rug. he then brisHT
ly pulls the rug out from under,
causing inevitable disarray. It
is a game that he plainly enjoys
as he also greatly enjoys the dis-
array of.his enemies.
No one seems to have noticed
it as yet, but NL\on-the-rug pull-
er is at it again. The rug in
question is of course the recent
picture of the President as se-
cluded, reclusive and cut off
from all normal contacts. This
W8B painted last month, on all
sides, when the Presidenl made
one of the most difficult and
lonely decisions of his years in
office.
This was the decision to re-
sume bombing North Vietnam
until the Hanoi leaders signified
th were ready to sign an ac-
ceptable cease-fire agreement.
The senators who suggested the
Presidenl might well be going
mad when he took that decision
got the exact result the Presi-
dent desired.
XO ONE has remarked, either,
that seclusion was the Presi-
dent's only sensible course in
December. If he had consulted
the appropriate senators about
the bombing decision, they would
not have changed his mind. And
they would certainly have
breeched his confidence within
half-an-hour of leaving the
White House.
By the same token, he could
not hold press conferences or
talk to the country on the sub-
ject. The sole aim of the Presi-
dent's bombing decision was to
get a specific result the mes-
sage from Hanoi giving way on
a long series of disputed points.
When that message came, the
bombing was instantly stopped.
And this was why Dr. Henry A.
Kissinger'* final trip to Paris
required almost no time for fur-
ther negotiation.
Suppose, instead, that the
President had addressed the
country about the bombing de-
cision or had called a press con-
ference to answer questions
about it. In honesty, he could
only have said that he was put-
ting harsh extra pressure on
Hanoi to get the result above-
described. To say this in so
many words would surely have
made the result itself that much
less likely.
NOW THAT this highly deli-
cate matter is out of the way.
the rug pulling has already be-
gun. Starting with the meeting
before his short television an-
nouncement of the coming cease-
fire agreement, the President
held no less than four bipartisan
meetings with congressional
leaders prior to leaving for
Florida.
This was almost up to the
standard of the late former
President Lyndon B. Johnson.
And when the President gets
back to Washington, the lead-
ers' meetings at the White
House of course continue. They
will be amplified, too. by more
meetings with individual sena-
tors and members of the House
than the President has usually
scheduled.
In addition, the word has gone
out that the President will soon
begin holding press conferences
again in the various formats that
he favors. There will be not one
but several radio addresses ex-
plaining the White House de-
cisions behind various sections
of the State of the Union mes-
sage to Coneress on the budget.
In short, the much-touted se-
clusion and reclusiveness are
coming to an end. The need for
them has passed. The President
has the cease-fire agreement be-
hind him. The prisoners will soon
be coming home. The President
has plenty to talk about.
IT IS ALSO an excellent guess
that the President will carefully
point out the desirability of si-
lence when desperately delicate
diplomacy is being combined
with severe pressure tactics. The
rule he offers the country will
be: "Boast afterward, but do
not boast or even talk while
pRfylng for high -lake- for a
much-desired outcome." When
he does so, too. it is just about
dead certain the country will
agree with the President.
So the picture of Richard M.
Nixon as a kind of presidential
Howard Hughes, with an added
penchant for using B-52s just
for the hell of it. will soon be-
gin to fade away Whereupon, no
doubt, the President will put out
another attractive-looking rug.
The temptation to assemble on
the rug will once again be too
strong for many. And once again
the rug will finally be pulled
out from under the assemblage.
IT IS nHHB, to be sure, that
President Nixon is not much
given to "the buddy-buddy stuff,"
as he unstylishly puts it. It is
true, too. that many of his hard-
est decisions have necessarily
Continued on Pace 13
vrlS
Max Lerner
'Sees It
NEW YORK. NY. A little more than a year ago. during
the Senate hearings on Justice William Rehnquisfs nomination,
th< re was a to-do over a 1952 memo on the school desegregation
cases, initialed by him, when he was law clerk to Justice Robert
H. Jackson. There was a minor tempest over it, since it argued
for reaffirming the soparato-but-cqual doctrine of Plessy vs. Fer-
guson. But Rehnquisfs letter to Sen. Kastland explained that it
was a kind of aide-memoir for Justice Jackson, summing up
Jackson's own views after a discussion with Rehnquist, to use at
a conference with his colleagues. P.S. Rehnquist was confirmed.
All this is ancient history. But working recently on an in-
terpretive article about Jackson I have-had to refresh myself on
his style and mind. Rereading the memo in that light, I add a
footnote to that ancient history.
The memo, as Justice Rehnquist notes in his letter, is not a
painstaking law clerk's tracking down of cases and precedents.
It Ls rather a quick, glancing statement less than a thousand
words of a way to interpret the great historic cases on judicial
review. While none of it is new or world-shaking it does have a
caustic irreverence about it. and a sharp cutting edge. As such it
could have been the product of a seasoned ironic mind like Jack-
son's, or a bright young iconoclastic law graduate's like Rehn-
quisfs or both.
It notes that the post-Civil War decisions of the Supreme
Court were efforts to protect business interests against state
legislatures, as if in Justice Holmes' classic phrase the
Fourteenth Amendment had enacted Herbert Spencer's "Social
Statics"; that this had rightly come to an end because the judges
were reading their own conservative economic views into the
Constitution; that in the school desegregation cases the same
thing was happening with a new twist the judges were being
asked to read their liberal sociological views into the Constitu-
tion; that this would make the current court differ from the old
McReynolds court "only in the kinds of litigants it favors"
that is. blacks instead of corporations.
It goes on to argue that you can't create a special situation
for minorities and stick to it unless the majority chooses to
s'ick; that 150 years of court efforts to protect minority rights,
"whether those of business, slaveholders, or Jehovah's Witnesses,"
have always ended the same way; that "one by one the cases .
have been sloughed off, and crept silently to rest."
Then comes the crashing conclusion that at the risk of be-
ing 'excoriated by 'liberal' colleagues ... I think Plessy vs.
Ferguson was right and should be reaffirmed. If the Fourteenth
Amendment did net enact Spencer's Social Statics,1 it just as
surely did not enact MyrdaVs 'American Dilemma.'" End of
memo, and almost end of Rehnquist, if he hadn't written that
salvaging letter to Eastland which gave his supporters a chance
to save their face and his judicial hopes. Not only, he insisted,
was the memo not his own view but he fully supports "the legal
reasoning and the Tightness of the Brown decision."
& #
BEN. BIRCH BAYH FF.LT THAT Rehnquisfs "candor and
veracity" were in question, noting that Jackson was dead and
couldn't challenge him. There is no documentary evidence either
way. My own reconstruction of what probably happened is some-
what as follows. The ailing old warrior and his bright young con-
servative law clerk had a long conversation. Jackson found it fun
to talk with him because they could both gibe at Black and
Douglas. They had a rollicking time of it, each egging on the
other to wickedly pungent epigrams. Neither may have gone all
the way with the argument they concocted, but each was half
persuaded and half fascinated by it. Jackson then asked his clerk
to put it down, thinking to bait some of his colleagues with it.
In the end. as we know, Jackson voted with them. Frail and
ailing as he was he came to the court on decision day, on that
fateful May 7. 1954. to dramatize the court's unanimity. I don't
know Rehnquist. I did know Jackson and talked with him last in
chambers in 1949 He was stormy, as he had shown in his famous
Nuremberg cable about Justice Black. But if this was his own
memo he wouldn't have turned a somersault on it.
Alexander Bickel notes shrewdly that Jackson's questions,
put to the appeals counsel (including Thurgood Marshall) during
the arguments on the case, showed he had doubts whether the
court could do what the legislature had failed to do. Evidently
he resolved his doubts. Evidently Rehnquist has also. Each had
the right to. But, over the course of 19 years and under the spur
of the hearings, Rehnquist may have magnified Jackson's role in
the memo and wholly sloughed off his own.
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Jfwiat fkridinr Shofar of Hollywood
Friday. February 16.1973
Members of the cast of "To Live Another Summer." lower
left clockwise: Yohal Hazani, Gali Atari Moshe Gold-
stein, David Keivoshei, Nava Harari and Sara Golan. In
canter is Hanan Goldblatt.
To Live Another Summer
To Appear In Hollywood
Continued from Paje 1-
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Monbem of the Israel 25 Cul-
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Appearing at the brunch will be
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interest to all.
Guest of honor at ihr brunch '
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NATIONAL BEAUTY SALONS LAUNCH 1973
Hairstyles Short
For Look Of 80s
The official Hair Fashion Com-
mittee of the National Hairdress.
ers anil Cosmetologists Associa^
tion has introduced "Projection*
For Spring-Summer 73." The
fashion presentation was made dur-
ing the OHFC semi-annual meet-
ing in St. Louis.
The committee projected the fu-
ture of fashion the total coordi-
nation of apparel and coiffure for
the gal who is aware of the world
and wants the world to be aware
of her.
Short, carefree. easy-going
hairstyles are mated with to-
days fashions to give that "total
look" that everyone is talking
about. Foreseen are cuffs and
wedgies, junipers and camisoles
. cuffs on collars, sleeves, and
wide-legged pants, topppd by
hair that is cuffed to match .
wedgy shoes and wedgy hair .
jumpers and camisoles with
styles to mix and match.
The American woman of 1973
is an individual. As an Individual,
she wears what is right for her. So
the OHFC individualized its pro-
jections four great styles loi
her to pick and choose from.
Whatever the sty'e, whether
uffs. camisoles, wedgies or jump-
ers, it has projected a hairstyle to
match. The Cuff Cut, the Wedgy
Cut. the Camisole Cut, the Jump-
er Cut are professional haircuts
designed to the shape of your face
and head. These are quick and easy
hairstyles for spring and summer
that will carry you not only
through a warm, breezy after-
noon, but that will last. well, clear
fcito the "803.
A new dimension, a new an-
gle, a new structure, a new fash-
ion approach for wardrobe and
hair cuffs! A quick turn of
the pants, sleeves and hair give*
the total cuff fashion look.
For this cut, the short crown
kicks into curls, waves or just nat-
ural motion, to shapes of clean de-
fined cuff effects.
Wear the new cuff fashions and
top then with a hairstyle to
match!
Create a total fashion picture
from head to toe. Wear the wedgy
shoe ... a new concept in appear-
ance and comfoit. This same con-
cept is carried through in the
Wedgy Cut.
The Wedgy styles are fresh
fashion looks derived from a pro-
fessional haircut. The individual
treatments of the wedgy section
are the key to hair looking its
best with a minimum amount of
effort. The right amount of sup-
port from a well-synchronized
permanent wave may be neces-
sary for your favorite styling
look from the Wedgy Cut.
Don't wait until June to start
wearing this pace-setting cut .
rush the summer sun look in your
hair with a minute amount of fin-
ger painting (a new hair coloring
concept I around your face.
The Camisole is hair news to
beat the clock. And it goes so
well with those camisole fashions
that are so important to the lay-
ered look. Make the Camisole cas-
ual and carefree with a flick of
the curling iron. Make it elegant
with the use of a hair piece. The
Camiso'e is a go-everywhere, ver-
satile style for the fashionable
lady this season.
The Jumper Cut is a timely short
cut to the '80s for the clock wise
lady as the short back is not only
designed for the today fashion look
but requires very little up-keep.
The hair framing the face is left
longer and can easily be styled to
vour taste waved or curled,
as close or as full as desired.
Coiffeurs
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The Cuff is a new dimension, a new angle,
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cuff look. The short crown on this hair
style kicks into curls, waves, or just natural
motion, to shapes of clean defined cuff
effects.
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Nation's Fashion Authority
The National Hairdressers and
Cosmetologists Association
INHCA) was founded in 1921 in
the stale of New York. Its head-
quartors today is St. Louis. Mo.
NHCA has more than 60.000
members in the 50 states and Wash-
ington D.C. The Association is
made up of state associations
which are in turn comprised of
affiliate units.
NHCA provides insurance pro-
grams, legislative guidance, fash-
ion news, educational training and
national advertising and public re-
lations planning for its members.
NHCA is the official United
States representative In the Con-
federation Internationale de la
Coiffure, the prestigious inter-
national organization of cosme-
tology associations worldwide.
NHCA sponsors a I7SA tram to
the World Halrstyllng Olympirs
every two years. This year the
competition was held in Barce-
lona, Spain, where the ISA team
placed fifth among the over 80
other countries who participated
in the event.
American Hairdresser-Salon
Owner, a trade publication sent to
the entire membership, contains
the NHCA Bulletin, official news-
letter of the Association. NHCA
manages the National Hair Fash-
ion Show annually in November
and sponsors the International
Beauty Show every March.
The NHCA is the hair fashion
authority of the nation. The As-
sociation's Oflicial Hair Fashion
Committee designs and project"
American Hair Fashions twice an-
nually for soring and summer and
fall and winter, the American
Hair Fashions are presented in a
full color booklet available from
NHCA salons.
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the shape of the face an<
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-Jewist ncrktlan and Shofar of Hollywood
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'3 WITH FASHIONS FEATURING 80s LOOK
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Cosmetologists Convene
For Spring-Summer '73
Thousands of halrdren is and
CO meto'ogista from across the na-
tion gathered on the riverfront in
St Louis for the s >m:-annual meet-
ing of the Official Hair Fashion
Committee of the National Hair-
dressers and Cosmetologists As o
ciation (N'HCA).
Theme or tne oven? was "A
Short Cut to the '80s."
Highlight of the conference was
the presentation of the Associa-
tion's new hair fashions for spring-
summer 1973. In ad-cl'tion to th?
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OHFC's official business sessions,
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>.r cosmetology.
One event generating much ex-
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+Jewistl flcrtdlKeun and Shofar of Hollywood
Friday, February 16, 1973

scene aWnd
by Marjon Nevins

^MAMAMAMA^^M^^MMMWWWWWMMWWMWWWMV^W
One clay last week a laive uroup of Hollywood women put
n-idc their housework, their mah Jong, their golf and their sun-
ning anl were am;>'y rcward-d by a procram set up by the girls
of the Leadership Institute of Federation's Women's Division.
The charisma of Dr. Alien Pollack who was the featured speaker
prove! to be a sort of door prize for evryone. Sandwiches and
Cokes were served during the discussion period and the Habimah
Players topped off tlie day with their usual fine performance.
The day was great. Anvone who was there would agree. And
still who was there? No more than half the audience were the
younger generation at whom the meeting was aimed. The other
ha'l" were the middlo-n~cd and the older women. And what did
they have in common?
As I think about it I have MOM to the conclusion that the
fnvo'ved" wore there. That's what they had in common. The
younger group included the same faces that have been seen at
the Leadership Training Institute all year. The older ones in-
sludt 1 all the women who have been the mainstay of the Jew-'
ish women's organizations, who have worked on the Federation
campaigns, who have fostered the temple Sisterhoods, who have
organized activities through the years. Young and older they
were the involved. They are the women who are interested in
their neighbor's welfare. They are the women who are interested
In helpin:: others. They are the women of stature and importance
in the community.
Some ol th" younger group who had worked so hard were a
bit disappointed at the poor turnout of their own friends. And
thev ask why? The day wa planned as a casual sort of day et-
pe-. ia'ly for the young women who it Is believed don't like to
dress up and go to luncheons. Who can put their finger on why
they didn't turn out? The older more experienced women weren't
too surprised or disappointed. They've been through this before.
Through the yean those people who have been involved
and I might add that this includes men and women) have won-
dered how to involve others. Certain events have made it and
even those who p'anr.ed them aren't sure why. How then do you
figure out how to involve people?
Although it seems to he a prob'r-n without a solution, may
I bo presumptions enough to say to the younger women who are
the involved and concerned that in time you'll learn the work
will get done. Tin Sisterhoods, the organizations, the councils.
Bl the Federations will all continue on. And why? Because of
you. Just as in times gone by everyone knew who to call when
something needed to be done, you'll learn too.
In time you'll learn which girls "ill sort the rummage, ad-
dress envelopes, soil tickets, arrange programs, decorate tables
and do ail the myriad of small and large things that are in-
volved in carrying on the work of all worthwhile organizations in
town. You won't give up trying to involve others hut in the mean-
time you'll do the work. And why? Beacuso you're you ... an
involved, humane and worthwhile person.
tr -it BITS AND PIECES: Jack Berman has been appointed to
the Jewish Board of Community Relations for Hollywood and
Hallandaie. A nice honor for him because he has worked so
hard for JWV and so many other causes in town Jack Solot
sent me a poem he wrote to his wife, Harriet, on her birthday.
Wow! When I asked him where you get a husband like that his
answer was that you have to have a wife like Harriet Gttela
Gill will be at Beth Shalom Thursday, Feb. 22. She's a great
entertainer, so don't miss it In this new fashioned world
heard of four "old-fashioned" engagements and weddings. The
pals an- Susie Fishman. Irv and Celina's youngest; Dana Hotch-
kiss, Rom and Ira's daughter: Barbara Benis, Mildred and Nor-
ton's grown-up youngest, and Jill Harris, an adorable girl who's
engaged to Ronnie Aranow, Floix>tte and Dave's son. Happiness
and k>v to all of them.
FUND RAISERS!!
IT IS YOUR ANSWER AND SALVATION
The First Annual Greater Miami Fund Raisers Exposi-
tion is boing held at the SHERATON BEACH RESORT,
19400 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida on Feb-
euary 24 and 25, 1973 Hours are: Saturday, Sunday
12 Noon to 7 PM.
Thousands of ideas, products and services will be en display
to ease year jofe of roiling much needed fends for your orgoniio-
tion. rt is the answer te a Fend Raiser's Prayer. DON'T MISS IT!
Write today for complimentary tickets (or your President and
Fend Raising Chairman te: FUND RAISERS EXPOSITIONS, P.O. BOX
300, Ramsey, New Jersey 07446, or call (201) 825-22S5. Tickets
available at the door. Admission $1.50.
4
Pictured at a mother-to-another luncheon crt
Emerald Hills Country Club, given by Brow-
ard Region-Women's American ORT are
(left to right) Mrs. Charles Seigel, Mrs. Rose
Zaifert, Mrs. Max Pardes, all of the Hallan-
daie Beach Chapter, Mrs. James Kosak, So.
Ocean, Mrs. Jay Slipakoff, Hollywood Beach.
Mrs. Milton Nowick, Coral Ridge. ORT's
support of the social assistance program in-
sures that children in ORT schools will have
books, shoes, clean clothing recreational
facilities and libraries.
Hillcrest Hears Talk On 1973 UJA Campaign
Nathan Priteher. chairman of
the 1973 UJA-JWF Hillcrest Com-
mittee for the Federation cam-
paign, and cochairman, Alvin Hess,
have announced a special brunch
meeting for Tuesday. Feb. 20 at
9:30 a.m. at the Hil'erest Country !
Club. A program is being set up
with guest speakers to explain thei
needs and aims of this year- cam-
paign.
In view of the extreme concern '
'hi. year of the Jewish community
vith the problem of Soviet Jewry *
it is expected that one of the
speakers will be a recently emi-i
erated Russian Jew who will ex-!
plain to the group some of the i
roWeivs which he encountered i'i
making his emjeration.
("( remittee members at Hillcrest
who are as isting in the brunch
and working on the campaign are
Dr. Charles Amsterdam, M rrrav
Appel, Leo Balkin. Joseph B'oom,
Harry Boorstein, Bernard Busch.
Scl Kntin. Morris Ginsberg. Sid-
ney Ginsburg, Stuart Gould, Irving
Green. Emanuel Lax. Jaio'i I.ich-
! nstein, Wlliam Marx, Jacob Mo-
::'o\> itz. Joseoh Ni .nerson. David
Rabins. Russell Safferson. Samuel
Shi il baum, Samuel Sherwood,
Robert Sidel, Hairy Schwartz; Jo-
seph J. Schwartz, A] Werner and
Mi'.ton Win > -
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bikinis:
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You. Sleeked to the bone in
bright-color nylon slivers.
The top; haltered, bow-tied,
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matching skimp of a bikini. Shown,
Beach Mates sweetheart suit;
just one of many. 5-13; $13-$15
JR. SPORTSWEAR, ALL 9 BURDINES STORES


-Ptidcry, February IS, 1973
*"Jewl*t ftcrfdfetr and Snofar of Hollywood
MiMMawaiUiKiinn^ManrM^.'ffl:i,Hiiii'aBii-Muina
Page 11
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By MB KflrBIl, Executive Director,
iewiifc Welfare Federation of Greater Hollywood
Th first events in solicitations for tin- 197.1 compel nave taken
place and we are presently showing better than a 45 per cent Increase
on a card-for-eard basis In 1972 we raise I Sl.046.000 Our Roai f,,,!
this y. ar is $15 mUllon a 50 per cent increase. Tremendous effort
must be put forth to raise this money, and everyone is working dili-
gently and beyond the ca'l of duty to do so. Nearly 700 volunte. rs are
spend!- g th.tr time and effort to help make this a successful campaign
Meny of these volunteers have come to me unhappy at the Hffl.
culty they have at times in settins; other volunteers to help them and
also to have people of mrar-s and others make a substantial contribu-
tion. They voice frustration even disbelief -that people do not
recognize the enormity ot the problems facing the world Jewish
corririittrilty.
It seems that we are presently seeing a new culture of Jews whior)
lias many manifi stations in not only our campaign, but in the future
planning and development of the Jew'sh community of this area. Our
hi-rise people, by and targe, were either not born in this country or
their parents were not born here. They, most of a'l, should be aware of
the problems of the Soviet Jews. Man of these people and their fami-
lies have suffered from pogroms and other persecutions in Russia.
These -ame people were adults taring the ho'ocaust and during the
creation of the State of Israel. Many of them live quite comfortably to-
day and have forgotten the difficulties of their past. It appears that
they a e rvt On living life as comfortably as possible for theme'ves.
We hare forgotten the joys and the sorrows of our experiences in
Europe. The Yiddish culture which bound us together as Jews has
drsapp ared.
Ar. our voing people who did not go through the tragedies of
Europe and the holocaust or the beginning of the State of Israel have i
a much more difficult time in connecting their present role as Amer-
ican .1. vs to this past. The Jews of America are more and more not I
really understanding what Judaism is all about. What then Is the j
futui
American Jewry wl'l need to di pend "Pn the radiance and waves
f)f Jewkh life that emanat- from centers of Jewish culture. As we do
not seem able to generate enough vibrance in the Aaiciian "ommu- |
nily. and at the same time do not want to return to a "shell" kind of \
Judni :v. we must look to the Israel of the future and we can only to
that f we help to develop a strong Israel of today. We are a Jewish
people and whether ue like it or not. the world sees us that way.
There i> no question that we must do whatever possible to
Strengthen the American Jewish community from within, and. at the
same time, deve'op a center of JewMl life in the State o: Israel.
When a contributor who has the means, contributes $100 or so
becau- he feels that is all he ean afford and then take- a cruise, he j
cannot Ml '. 'l-stand what it is all about. There can be no future for the |
Jews unless in some place in our lives W< arc willing to make some |
sacrifl es of our own personal pleasures to create a meaningful and
glorious Judaism.
A I see it. the choice is up to us. but my optimism is becoming
more shaded with realism. .________
Book Review Of
Meyer Levin's
The Settlers'
Meadowbraok Towers ORT
members heard i ovlew of "The
j Settlers" by Meyer Levin at a re-
1 Cent meeting. The book was re-
Viewed by Elsie Clamage, formerly
of Chicago now living at the Hemi-
spheres.
PERSONALITY PROFILE
Abe Durbin
The Durh'n family is a rarity in- sebno' in M'am.: Beach.
these paiis. tor
edjeated here in
they were all
South Florida
Eleanor Goldstein, president of
the chapter, presided at the meet-
ing which was arranged by Har-
riet So'ot. publicity and program
Chail man.
On Feb. 13, the chapter held a
membership tea at the home of
Kay Roscnlierg. Meetings are held
monthly and prospective members
are invited to attend.
CarlosFeldman
To Speak On
The Cuban Jews
Car'os F' Idman. nnnager, Wash-
ington Federal Savings and I.oa-
\c-nr>iatioi H*!lvwood wil' s-ioaV
Sunday, Feb. 18 at Tonvde B-th El
durine a hreakfsxrt at 9'30 am., in
the Tobin Audito'-itrm or the t"*n-
r>!e. H'.s. topic will be "The Cuban
T"ws and The:r Resettlement in
South Florida."
The nrogram is "wmsored bv th"
temple's adult education series.
Hosts for the brea'cTast wl'l be the
temnle Hrotherhoo I. and process
will so to the youth scholarship
fond.
ABE DUBBIN
Even Alv\ although born in To-
ronto, came here as n ve v
young boy and attended high
chool in Miami Beach. Marrying
a Miami Beach girl, all three of
their daughters attended sdiool
here and went on to the Univer-
sity ol Miami. In faet. his wife.
Grace, and their oldest daughte:
r-ad-'atrd from the name h'ch
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People
Moving
Ahead

*
VVhi e the family was growing
up. the Durbtra moved to Holly-
wood and the two younger girls
attended South Broward High
School here. Not too many ye,e -;
ago, Ai:e an I Grace moved into a
home In Rmcald Hills, a home
Grace designed tor In l the two
of them and perhaps some of their
children and grandchildren when
they choose to (dart.
'From the time I moved to
Hollywood." savs Mr. Durbin, "I've
(eh that a liberal congrega' on
was needed here. My fee'ing was
that we must attract as many
young Jewish families as possible
to pal tiei iaie in our Jewish way
of life. A liberal congregation
molds the traditional with the
modern in Amevi a. The Con- r-
vativ and R'foim Jew have a
common meeting n'ace. In liberal
Judaism we are ah'e to nvct the
future Iv nd on and -till adhere to
our tradition."
It was wlii n the Durbins moved
to Km rail HI !- t'ia Mr. Durbin
saw the opportunity to ear y o it
his idea t)f forming a liberal con-
en cation. By then liis daughter,
Betty, had married Arthur Kail
and Lynn had become the wife
of Jack Packar Both youni fomi-
lles had moved into Emera' '. H ,;
"I was amazed to see how many
young Jewish families were mov-
ing Into the area" Mr. Durbin
sav- "I co"'Id see thai we prob-
ably wou'd have better than Til
Wish fam'lies within the nexl
three or four years, This gave m-
the motivation to start T >'e
Sole] With SUTh large Jewish
Tiu'ntion we ne*dcd to have an
Identity in the eamnvinltv. and
! hnd the nucls for n Lttterrd
'OP--C-'ti vi right here in Em-
erald Hi! s."
A- l row il s < that Mr. Du--
b n's hopi.-s tor n rong
have Ik en rcali/el for T
SoVi whi-'i h founded only a
little more than two years a :o
now has a'most 4( 0 members. The
rfligions nchoo' of the temo'e has
more than 400 children rWht up
through high school age. All the
congregation are busily working
on plans for building a sve.a .
"These young families who are
talcing such an active part in Tern-
j pie Solel are the future leaders of
j the Jewish community of South
1 Broward" says Mr. Durbin. "With
j all the many things that I have
-taken a part in during my years
in the area. I fee! a deeo sense of
prwk' in this temple and its con-
gregation.
In addition t> beirc president of
Toreple Sole]. Mr. Durbin is pres-
ently servinj; as chairman of the
Israel 25 cirninrttee which is a
roup formed to celebrate Israel's
25th anniversary year. He is also
a member of th<- board of trustees
of Greater Hollywood's Jewish
Welfare Federation and chairman
of their Bulkier- Division.
That's what
banking's all about!
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We're not saybif that verythini in life boili dnwn t" money
rnmiderstioM. We are saying that a great Heal about banking
Imils right down l<> |people having the money to Move
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*Jewist fhridfian nd Shofar of Hollywood
Friday, February 16, 1973 _
The Broward Alumni Chapter of Alpha-Omega, an inter-
national fraternity of dentists, received its charter on Jan.
25, from Israel where the international convention of the
fraternity took place last month. The organization was re-
sponsible for the establishment of a dental school in
Jerusalem. Shown with the charter are Dr. David Glass-
man, president of the chapter; Dr. Joseph Spingam, secre-
tary; Dr. Stephen Wander treasurer; Dr. Jerome Blafer,
president-elect, and Dr. Jack Mishkin, Alpha Omega regent.
Two Hollywood residents received the coveted State of
Israel Atzmaut (Independence) Award at the Hillcrest Coun-
try Club-Israel Dinner of State on Jan. 28. Milton M. Parson,
director of Israel Bonds in South Florida, presented the
award to William G. Rabins, while Leo Balkin bestowed
the honor on Thomas Cohen. The Hillcrest dinner, which
honored the two men for their efforts on behalf of the cause
of Israel, raised 5130,000 for the Israel Bond program.
Dr. Max Arzt Forum Guest
Dr. Max Arzt. vice chancellor of
'he Jewish Theological Seminary
and distinguished author and lec-
turer, will be the guest of the
Men's Club of Temple Sinai at the
adult education forum on Monday.
Feb. 19 at 9 p.m. Dr. Arzt will
discuss the future of religion in
Israel.
Dr. Arzt has held his present
position with the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary since 1951. He also
serves as Israel Goldstein Profes-
sor of Practical Theology on the
faculty of the Rabbinical school
of the Seminary.
The evening's lecture will be
open to the public and members
of the Men's Club.
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Donations for the shop are ac-
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*Jewisti fhridHan "nd Shofar of Hollywood
Sunday Affair Announced By UJA Chairmen
Arthur Maremlic *nA t-,,.^ i -r*. .. *
Page 13
Arthur Margolis and Jcrom. ,
Herbert, cochairmen of the UJA- i
JWF 1973 campaign in the Di|Io-1
n-.at Towers building, have an-
nounced a special brunch in the
Diplomat recreation room in honor
of the campaign on Sunday, Feb.
18 at 10 a.m. All tenants in the
building are invited
Because of the deep concern and
interest in the plight of Soviet
Jewry, it was decided by the
chairman and the committee to
sponsor the appeafance of a re-
cently emi^'ated Russian Jew.
The man. Valerie Lapidus. arrived
in Israel after a series of "trials
and tribulations" anl will tell the
Dinlomat bui'ding tenants not
only of his own story but also of
some of the stories of his fellow
Russians.
Sponsors of the brunch in addi-
tion to Mr. Margolis and Mr. Her-
bert are Hen Axelrod. A. Bern-
'tein. Harry Goldstein, Harris
Goodman, David Kins, Marion T.an-
dau. Anna Levinson. Sol Weinberjr
and Ha>Ty Weissman.
(Left to right) Dr. Allen Pollack, guest speaker at the re-
cent Education Day of the Women's Leadership Institute
cf Jewish Welfare Federation; Mrs. Nancy Atkin, cochair-
man; Dr. Philip Weinstein Jr., JWF vice president, and Mrs.
Marty Jacobson, cochairman.
(Left to right) Mrs. Marsha Tobin, JWF Women's campaign
chairman, Mrs. Selma Hopen, cochairman cultural commit-
tee Israel 25, and Mrs. Ina Linda, cultural committee Israel
25.
ARTHUR MARGOLIS
I. A. Durbin To
Head Committee
Of Israel 25
The Israel 25 Committee under
the chairmanship of I. A. Durbin,
lent of Temple Sold, he'd
its first community-wide meeting
Feb. 15 with a luncheon at Orange-
brook Country Club. The commit-
tee was formed to commemorate
the 25th anniversary of the State
of ferae] which falls on May 7 this
year.
Mayor David Keating is honor-
ary chairman of the committee
and in his remarks at the luncheon
informed the more than 100 com-
munity leaders who were present
of some of the events planned.
First event is an Israeli musical
revue entitled, "To Live Another |
Summer." Performance will take
place on Tuesday evening, Feb.
27 at Temnle Beth El.
Other events discussed at the
luncheon meeting were a Bike-a-
Thon to be sponsored by the Jew-
ish Youth Council on April X. This
will be similar to the one which
the Youth Council ran last year
and its purpose will be to raise
money for Israel. The Youth Coun-
cil is also planning a Creative
Youth Service for sometime in the
spring.
Another service planned will
be a service in memory of
the holocaust victims and it will
be sponsored by the Broward
Board of Rabbis and the Israel 25
Committee. Plans were also dis-
cussed for an area wide parade
on May 20 in Miami. This event
hopes to include every major Jew-
ish organization from Palm Beach
to Key West.
Hallandale Apartment Division Workers Meeting
LA MER Sunday, Feb. 18. 10 a.m. La Mer social hall,
brunch, guest of honor: Charles Blitman; Otto Stieber, chairman;
Julius Bernstein, cochairman.
DIPLOMAT TOWERS Sunday, Feb. 18. 10 a.m. Diplomat
recreation room, brunch. Jerome Herbert and Arthur Margolis,
chairmen.
HII.I.CREST Tuesday. Eub. 20. 9:30 a.m. bmakfast. Hill-
crest Country Club. Nat Prilcher, chairman; Alvin Hess, cochair-
man.
HOLLYWOOD TOWERS Sunday, Feb. 25. 10 a.m. Holly-
wood recreation room, brunch. Dr. John Askin, Jack Gold, Abner
Lichtenstcin and Michael Joelson, committee. Leo Berman, host.
PRESIDENTIAL TOWERS Tuesday, Feb. 27. 6 p.m. Pres-
idential Towers activity room, cocktails and buffet. Carolyn
Davis, Mike Kiisner and Jack Ruby, chairmen.
Israel Eyes Reactivation
Of Eastern Front Bv Arabs
JERUSALEM (WNS1 Jor-
dan's agreement to Join Egypt and
Syria in reactivating the Eastern
Front ami to place i1^ forces under
the overall command of Egypt's
military comander-in-chief is less
important for its immediate mili-
tary consequences than lor the
motivation behind it, according to
Israeli sources.
Deputy Premier Vigal Allon and
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan
concurred that Israel would keep
a close watch along the Eastern
Front, but stressed there was no
need to redeploy Israeli forces or
revise Israeli strategy at this time.
Egypt broke diplomatic relations
with Jordan in 1971, after King
Hussein's forces decimated Pi
.Mian ii norisl ptian offl
in ('ail o said that Jordan's ai
I no I" B revived Eastern !
was a prerequisite for a Jordaniai
Egyptian reconciliation. According
to reports from Cairo, Palestinian
fedayeen would readmitted into
Jordan under the agreement, but
their activities and deploy
would be nniier strict Jordanian
Army control.
West Bank leaders also beliei e
Jordan's agreement is a diplomatic
move with little military signifi-
cance, although it may lead to
further Jordanian restrictions on
commercial and social relations
between the East and West banks.
*JHatter of rJ<*d by,
JOSEPH ALSOP
C'on't. from Page b
been lonely decisions. But it is
true, above all. that the Presi-
dent is an exceedingly long-
headed man. capable of thinking
several moves ahead of his op-
ponents in the political chess
game.
On the political side, his op-
ponents would be wise to re-
member that these are the
President's most striking char-
acteristics.
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+ kisl rkridhftn nd Shofw f Hollywood
Friday, February 16. 1973
c
itu {calendar
CPftfttMPtt
F-Kin.AY, FKBIMARV IS
Hollywood Scholarship Foundation
Show 11 a.m. Diplomat Hotel
Sl'NnAY, FEBRUARY 18
( Diploma! Towers UJA-JWF Brunch Meeting 10 a.m.
Luncheon and Fashion
Brunch Meet ins 13 a.m. La Mer
9 a.m.
K,-\, atiun Room
La Mer UJA-JWF
Restaurant
Men's Club, Tor pie Sinai Breakfast Meeting
Temple Sinai
Temple Beth E! Dinner honoring Rabbi Samuel Jaffe 7:30
p.m. Eden Roc Hotel
MONDAY. FEBBl'ABX I!)
Brandeis National Women's Committee. Ho'lywood Section
- Study Group 10 a.m. Home Federal Bids.. Hollywood
National Council of Jewish Women, Hollywood Section
Discussion Group 12:30 p.m. Home Federal Bids.
Hallandale
Men's Cub, !' npli Sinai Meeting 9 p.m. Temple
Sinai
"t l> )W. ri!MM ARV 20
Hi llywood Hadassali FA icatlonal Forum Day 10a.m. to
2 p.-.M. npli Beth El
Imperia To % Gro Hi lassah -- Tools Review 12:30
. a l Room
Pi;* a Towers Hadassah Meeting 12:30 p.m.
Hall
Chai Group Haiassah -Meeting l p.m. Horn. Federal
Bl! Halian 11 i
Hemispheres Group Hadassah Meeting and Fashion Show
1 p.m. Ocean Terra e Room
Hillcrest UJA-JWF Breakfast Me ting 9:30 a.m.
Hillcrest Country Club
Women's Division J< wish Welfare Federation Parlor Meet-
ing Noon Home of Mrs, Norman Bluth
WEDNESDAY, I'EBBUAKV >!
Beach Group Hadassah dossert and Coffee 12:30 p.m.
Ga'ahad South Recreation Room
Poesidents of W< men's Organizations Meeting 10 a.m.
Home pf Mrs. Ros'yn Rot t man, 4861 Caspar Court
TIH'R^DAY. FKBRI ARY >>
Holywood B*nai B'rith Women Prestige Luncheon
Noon Doral Hotel
Smith Browarl Chapter Women's Division Techniou
Meeting 12:30 p.m.
St'VDAY. FKRUI ABY ?3
Minyan Club Temple Sinai Breakfast 9 a.m. Temple
Sirai
Men* Club. Temple Israel Meeting 9:30 a.m. Tem-
ple Israel of Miramar
Ho'lywood Towers UJA-JWF Brunch Meeting 10 a.m.
Hollywood Tower R< creation Room
TrKSDAY. KKBRC'ARY 27
(Mt. Scopus Hadassah Meeting 12-30 p.m. -- Home
Federal Blrig.. Hollywood
Presidential UJA-JWF Cocktail Party and Buffet
Presidential Towers Activity Room
Israel 25 Celecration 'To Live Another Summer'' 8
p.rn. TempV Beth El
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY ?8
Temple Sinai Sisterhood Donor Luncheon Noon
Fontainebleau Hutel
Chai Group Hadassah Luncheon and Card Party Noon
- Reef Restaurant
Hollywood Hills ORT Luncheon 10:30 Home of Mrs.
Mai Go'den
TUESDAY. MARCH I
Miramar Chapter Pioneer Women Meeting 12:30 p.m.
- Miramar Recreation Center
Hoapitalization Sickness Accident Lilt Annuitiea
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Bar Mitzvah
Caren. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Barry Miner, will celebrate her
Sat Mitzvah on Friday evening,
Teb. 16. at Temple Sinai.
ft ft *
Henry Allan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
AT an Rose, will celebrate his Bar
MiUv^jr"SKur^*m6r?ltigT Feb.f n fop
17, at Temple Sinai.
ft ft ft
Rena, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jsher Fischer, will celebrate her
Bat Mitzvah Friday evening, Feb.
.'3. at Temple Sinai.
ft ft ft
Erie Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs.
\rnold Rabin, will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning,
Feb. 21. at Temple Sinai.
& -to *
Frank Hill. Vliir,-!'-. will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning. Feb.
17, at Temple Solel.
ft ft
.en, son of Mr. and Mrs.
)avid Howeli, will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning.
F( b. 24, at Temple Israel of Mira-
mar.
fr it
Sharon, daughter of Mr. and
Irs Terry Landsberg, will eele-
rate hi r Bat Mitzvah Friday, Feb.
Ift, at Temple Beth Shalom.
ft ft it
Hollywood Towers Plans 1973 Campaign Brunch
The 1973 Hollywood Towers
Committee of the UJA-JWF cam-
l>aign has anno.inced a brunch for
the tenants of the building on
Sunday. Feb. 25 at 10 a.m. The
brunch wi'l be for the purpose of
informing the tenants in the build-
ing of the aims of the UJA Fed-
eration campaign and of the in-
J9Tft
Gold, Abner Lichtensti
Michael Joelson. Host
brunch is Leo Barman.
in
6>
and
the
Committee members for the
building are Dr. John AsUin. J-k
Religious
Services
HAUANOALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
(Conservative. 416 N.E. 8th Avenur
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz, Cantor
Jacob Danziger.
IIAI.I.AXI >A I K .IKWISII CENTKH
l'*ridny 8:15 p.m. Hervlce (ledlcntail U
Pi. Saturday B a.m. Sei mon.
"Scriptural I.-s,m of th- Week."
MIRAMAR
TEMPLE ISRAEL (Conservative)
6930 S.W. 35th St.. Rabbi Avrom
Drazin, Cantor Abraham Koster.
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HOLLYWOOD
TEMPLE BETH EL (Reform) 1351 S
14'h Ave.. Hollywood. Rabbi Samuel
Jaffa.
.i......n nervlre* will be held nl Ti-m-
ili lleth Kl Prlday. 8:16 r- m. I>r
Samuel '/. Jaffe. Kplrltual leader, iil
weak iin "Rll, Ell" The Soul Moalo
of <-ui People.
Dale, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I
V'en Preedman, will celebrate her
Bat Mitzvah Friday evening, Feb.
23, at Temple Brth Shalom.
ft ft ft
Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs. I
Leon Cutler, will celebrate his ;
i?ar Mitzvah Saturday morning.
Feb. 24, at Temple Beth Shalom, j
RICHARD SHERMAN
On Saturday morning. Feb. 17. j
IU. bard, son of Mr. and Airs !
Meyer Sherman, will be called to ]
the Torah as a Bar Mit/. ah at ,
Temple Both El.
Richard is in the seventh grade !
at John F. Kennedy Junior High j
School.
Out of town guests attending his !
tar Mitzvah will be his great aunt
sn'l unele, Mr. and. Mrs. Isa ior<
Wei-s from East Windsor. N.J.
ft ft ft
RENEF. (iREEXE
Ttonee Demse. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. David Greene, wi'l ob- j
serve her Bat Mit/vah Saturday i
j-jrning services at Temple Beth
EL Hollywood, Feb. 17.
Pulpit honors will be aocorded i
the parents of the Bat Mitzvah
Fr;day evening. Feb. 1*5.
The ce'ebrant is in the eighth
rad" at Lartier Junior High
School.
Among guests will be Mrs. L.
Krouk. Baltimore, Ira Simon. Tal-
lahassee, Mr. and Mrs. J. Cohn,
Mr. and Mrs. P. Simon and fam-
ily, Mrs. I. Weiss. Mr. and Mis
M. Galpen. Mr. and Mrs. L. Cohn.
Mr. and Mrs-. E. Barkin,. all of
New Jersey. A. Burnstein, Smith-
town, N.Y.. Mr. and Mrs. M. Wit-
tenstein, Bessemer, Ala.. Mr. and
Mrs. H. Wolfson, West. Palm
Beach. Mr. and Mrs. E. Kubasky.
Miami Beach. M'ss Ida I/wnlin.
Philacte'phie. Mr and Mrs. C. Si-
mon. Staten Island. N.Y.
BETH SHALOM (Temple) Conserva-
tive17?5 Monroe Street. A-fer Nov
1 4601 Arthur Street. Rabbi Mor.
ton Malavsky, Cantor Irving Gold.
TEMPLE BETH AHM. Conservative.
310 SW 62nd Ave.. Hollywood. Rabbi
Salomon Benerroch.
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TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal) 5001
Thomas Street. Hollywood. Rabbi
Robert Frazin.
TEMPLE SINAI (Conaervative) 1201
Johnson Street. Rabbi David Shapiro
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
SINAI (Temple) of NORTH DAOE
18801 NE ?2nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkea. 37
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*Jewisti fhi iciirtr and Shof*r of Hollywood
Page 15
HALLANDALE APARTMENT DIVISION WORKERS MEETING
Zvi Kolitz To Be
Guest Speaker At
Feb. 27 Dinner
Zvi Kolitz. author, journalist
and producer of motion picture
and Broadway dramas, will h
guest speaker at a UJA-Jewl
Welfare Federation cocktail part
and buffet dinner at the Pic- >r
tial Towers on Tin lay. Feb. 2"
at 6 p.m. Chairmen of I hi' Pi"osi
dential Towers Committee fo
UJA-JWF and its 197.' campaig
arc Carolyn Davis. Mike Kirsn
and Jack Ruby.
Mr. Kolitz was horn to ;t rab
binical famHy in Lithuania hii
went to Palestine before Worl
War II and became active there i
tin political and literary life. Sus-
pected of membership in the un-
derground, he was arrested on t*
dil'ei"..! occasion.- by the Britisl
Soon after the war he was electc
a delegate of the World Zioni;
Congress in Basel, Switze: land.
IU- has written articles, play!
stories and studies in hi.-tor/ i
Hebrew and English, and one o
his stories, "Yosscl Rakover Speak
to Go I" was translated into 14 di
[?rent languages:
Mr. Kolitz is the author, am
was executive producer of Israel'
first major moving picture on
titled Hill 24 Doesn't Answer.
The film was awarded interna
liona! prizes in Cannes and M
ieo Citj and in this country vvh
SelectC i a- one of the 10 be
pictures of the year in which I
appeared. On Broadway he wa
eoproducer of "The Deputy" an
last year, of the successful "Megi1
lah ol Itzik Manger."
Sponsors of the cocktail party
and buffet are Mr. I. J. .Uncle
John i Abrams. Mr. and Mrs
Monte Helsky. Mr. and Mrs. Da.\
renee Covitz, Mr.-. Carolyn Davis
Mrs: Pauline Dayman. Mr. nr, '
Mrs, Ike Kasel, Mr. anil Mr-
Mike KirsnOTj Mr. an.I Mrs. Loui
Klinger, Mr. and M *. Mike Kon
nei. Mrs. Evelyn Richman, M
and Mr-. Ja.-k Ruhy and Mr-. Ann
WUdstein,
(Standing) Norton Davis, Ambassador South. (Seated) Mike
Brown, Fairways Riviera; Joseph Millman, Fairways Royale.
(Standing) Harry A. Cohen, Hemispheres. (Seated) Mary
Lipschitz, Meyer Lipschitz, Hemispheres.
(Standing) Muiray Cohen, Meadowbrook. (Saated) Sam
Diengctl, Mrs. Nathan Pasik. Nathan Pasik.
Jewel Holzheimer, Al Prober, Helen Jay, Hemispheres.
Norman Gordon, Herman Kabik, Harry Kreshover, Parker
Dorado.
It's really important!
Be sure to mention
vJenisti IfhradHann
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Julius Rosnick, Ambassador South; Arthur Lezar, Meadow-
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Meyer Kaplan, Jerome Gevirman, Leo Marder, Golden Bay
Towers.
Clockwise (from left) Mr. and Mrs. William Littman, Mr. and
Mrs. David Schwartzman, Alexander Krupnick, Mr. and Mrs.
Hetman Aronson, Mr. and Mrs. Manny Appel, Hemispheres.
Lenore Berger, Jennie Melnick, Evelyn Lion, Ann Shapiro,
Parker Dorado.
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1025 S. Federal Highway
527-0237
FEBRUARY
CLEARANCE SALE
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SAVE UP TO 50%
You will save like never before on famous name brand furniture at Boer's. Our services in-
clude a decorating staff to help you, free delivery and set-up and the largest selection
of quality furniture specially picked for Florida living ... ALL ON SALE NOW!
While at Boer's introduce yourself to one of the Boer Family who is always there to
please you.
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South Broward9* Largest Furniture Store
DAILY 9 to 9 ML-MT. 9:30-5:30 SUN. 1 to 6
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6 BLOCKS N. OP SHERIDAN'
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