The Jewish Floridian of North Broward

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Portion of title:
Jewish Floridian
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v. : ill. ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fred K. Shochet.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fort Lauderdale (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Broward County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Ft. Lauderdale

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 22, 1971)-v. 3, no. 6 (Mar. 22, 1974).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for Dec. 17, 1971 called also v.1, no. 4, Sept. 21, 1973 called also v.2, no. 23, and Dec. 14, 1973 called also v.2, no. 28, repeating numbering of previous issues.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Vol. 2, no. 1 omitted in numbering of issues and was not published.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Numbering in masthead and publisher's statement conflict: Sept. 7, 1973 called no. 22 in masthead and no. 23 in publisher's statement; Nov. 30, 1973 called no. 27 in masthead and no. 28 in publisher's statement.

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fJewisti Fllaridliai in
Volume 2 Number 13
of XOilTH MIROWARO
April 20. 1973
Piice ZO cents
Temple Emanu-El To Host
UJA-Federation Brunch
Dr. AJvin Colin, for many
years an outstanding leader in
temple and organisational af-
M. ALVIN COLIN
H r- h;is been appointed chair-
man of Temple Emanu El'l ef-
foil on behalf of thil year*!
I'nited Jewis'i .-^peal Jewivh
Federation C.imjwmn. Ludwifc
Brodzki, president, has an-
nounced.
The temple's UJA-Federation
brunch Sunday, April 29. at ll
a.m. will feature an address by
Jacques Torczyner. chairman
and former president of the
Zionist Organization of America,
who is an outstanding and world
renowned personality and a most
articulate and dynamic spealcer.
Mr. Torczyner speaks not as
an observer but as one who
plays an active role in shaping
of events. Few men have a more
intimate knowledge of the Zion-
ist movement and of the prob-
lems and currents in Jewish life
throughout the world.
Born and educated in Belgium,
where his father was president
of the Belgian Zionist Federa-
tion. Mr. Torczyncr's life story
i- virtually a recital of leader-
ship and service in the cause of
i. Zionism and the Jewish
peo| Ic
A member of the presidium of
the World Zionist Actions Com-
mittee in Jerusalem, he has bven
a delegate to every World
X ,i, it Congreu since 1946. He
i. founding member of State
of Israel Bonds, and a trustee
Of the United Israel Appeal. He
also serves in leadership capaci-
ties in many other major Jewish
organizations.
Serving with Dr. Colin on the
committee (in formation) are
I.udwik Brodzki. Rabbi Arthur
Abrams, Cantor Jerome Klem-
ent, Elliott B. Barnett. Sherman
Chasten, Joshua Chodrow, Ed-
ward Joffe. William Neifeld.
Gerald Radzivill, Mrs. Joseph
Schagrin. Lee shainman. Mrs.
Janice Starrels and Sanford
Samuels.
JACQUES TOftCZVNtt
Community-Wide Rally May 6
Features Jerusalem Review
The celebration in honor of
Israel's 25th anniversary will be
highlighted by a community-wide
rally to be held Sunday. May 6.
banning Ijuderdale High School. 100
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NE 4th Ave.. Fort Leudcrdale.
The prop-am wU include over
an hour of entertainment featur-
ing the "Jerusalem Review." a
talented group of young Israelis
who have appeared throughout
the country to outstanding re-
views. The group includes singer
Basia Hanuneetein and the Sabra
Dancers sad accompanists. One
erttk characterized their per
furmance aa "thrilling, vibrant
and alive, a treasure to see. hear
and remember "
Guest speaker for the evening
will be Dr. Carl H. Voss. who
has traveled in and written
widely on the Middle East. He
is a dynamic and articulate
speaker.
Tickets are going fast, accord-
ing to Mrs. Howard Miller, chair-
man of Israel's 25th anniversary
committee. They are available
at all temples. Jewish organiza-
tions, and at the Federation of-
fice, 3905 N. Andrews Ave
U.S. Deplores
Raid On Beirut
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
State Department deplored Mon-
day's Israeli raid on Arab terrorist
headquarters in Beirut and
branded as 'mischievous" allega
ions bv the Palestine Liberation
Organization of U. S. complicity in
the attach.
Department spokesman Charles
Bray told newsmen. "We ourselves
have on many occasions deplored
the cycle of violence which has
taken such a heavy toll in human
life ant suffering and we must
regretfully deplore it again." He
said if it were proved that inno
cent lives were lost, the United
States' regret would be "even
greater."
Bray said the PLO allegation
that some elements of the Israeli
commando force had taken refuge
in the American Embassy in Beirut
-is utterly without foundation."
Soviets Waive Special Tax
On 55 Jews During March
LONDON (JTA)Jewish sources
in the Soviet Union reported lost
week that during March 1973 the
Ovir (visa bureau) in Moscow ex-
empted 46 graduates from paying
the education tax on their exit
visas.
One graduate was exempted in
Novosibirsk, and two each were
exempted in Kiev, Kishinev, Riga
nnd Smolensk.
The sources said that apart froir
those two. no graduates left Kiev
during March. A number of Jews
given exit visas, but many more
without university education were
were refused.
The refusals in Kiev are now
differently worded. Applicants are
told "come back after two or three
years." the sources reported.
The family of Jacob Blank on
the collective farm of Zaporozhye,
near Kiev, was told, "The collec-
tive farm is against your leaving
them."
A group of Kiev Jews has writ-
ten to the head of the Rothschild
family in France asking him to
intervene in their behalf so that
they could obtain exit visas for
Israel
French Police Say Iraqi
Murdered For Politics
PARIS | JTA i French police
are convinced that the Iraqi law
professor ?hot to death two we k
a'-to was murdered for political
reasons. Police sources said that
40-year-o] Basil Raoud el Kubaisi
was killed by ether dissident
Pelestinian elements or "Israeli
agents."
According to a statement Issued
in Beirut by the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization. Mr. el-Kubaisi
was one of the leaders of the Pop
ular Front for the Liberation of
Palestine.
The statement said that he was
shot "while carrying out a mission
in Paris." It accused "imperialist
intelligence and Zionism" of hav-
ing murdered him.
The statement also charged
French police with 'complicity' In
the killing !'. alleged local police
are doing noi revem Is-
raeli agi ". from operating in
France."
El Kubaisi was flinn flown
shortly after mid: | Fi iday
bj twa men who had followed him
for s me time and opened fire at
point blank range with pistols
equipped wrh silencers
The Iraqi, a professor of inter-
national law at the American Uni-
versity in Beirut, died on the spot
from eisht bullets in the head and
one in the heart. Police have only
a scant description of the two as-
sailants believed to be in their
late twenties or early thirties.
Robert J. Sullivan, vie president of Lenox China, pre-
sents a Seder Plate of fine china the first to be made
by an American company to Mrs. Vera Golovensky,
cultural attache of the Israeli Consulate in N.Y., while
Mrs. /oy Ungerleider, director of the Jewish Museum in
New York looks on. The group is standing in front of a
collection of historic Seder plates in the museum including
the 19th century plate (above center) from which the Lenox
piece was adapted. Mrs. Golovensky accepted the plate
on behalf of Moshe Arad, deputy consul general of Israel,
and said the Lenox plate would be used at the Seder the
Consulate will hold for all Israeli diplomats, government
officials and employees in New York.
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Friday. April 20, .373
Joel Hoch and his wile, Edna, were the recipients of a State
oi Israel Scroll cf Honor at the Hawaiian Gardens-Phase
II "Njght in Israel" Weanesday, April 11.
Scroll Of Honor Presented
To Mr. and Mrs. Joel Hoch
ol Israel SeroU of Honor at ,i
NilM hi lorael c-M>ra
. 1. ,iuan.f ji'lcriv
, H in Laurierslase LafcM
Thr j.il.< program, which fea-
1.11 .: enti 1 tainment l>\ Broil
1 liumerist and ra>
ored b) the
Miami Israel Bond Or
. 1 on
Jack Cohen, chaninan of the
i! .1 n-1 hate 11 Israel
i-- uid thai Mr an Mr Hoch were chosen for the
theii ii dn ition
1 1 Israel and aeth ion
in ctim ii 1 n 1 > affairs "
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l*o*l. luxiliarv
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.! Committct' in
Mollywaad in 1954
Toe HiKh- ju' alx> Mipportt-i-
of ZOA and VIA, and Mn HiK-h
bekMfTi to rJadaaaak Mr Hoch. a
CPA. 1- senior partner in an ac-
counting firm in Foil Lauderdale
and 1- active in the Florida In-ti-
lute of CP \-
The "Nifihl m Israel" eelobra
WM held in the Hawaiian
* i.: 1 i 11 Chibbouae
Katehalski
Elected
President
Of Israel
B> Special Report
JERUSALBM Prof. Bahrain)
Katehalski, graduate of
Hebrew (Jjtiverslt) and renowned
-cii-nti-t of Weirmann Institute of
a- Pn rident
of Israel la-t we k
He won b) .. a-to-2 margin 11
the Kneaeet over Prof Ephraim
Unrbaeh of the Hebren Univer
laity, who a> the nominee of the
National Religious Part)
,-upport from the Gahal Herul
Liberal D faction
va> 6 to 41.
Prof Katehalski -rved I >i fivi
yean a> 1 member of th<
of the Hebrew l'nivcr:t> Oi
JentsaaMB before iotaing the
tnunn Institute staff in 1!M'<
The L'hrbach candidacy hen
rsu viewed not a> opposition to
Prof. Katehalski. who il COBlid
ered in the hifbeal aateeea bj the
nmuniiN and Govern
ment officials, but a- symbolic of
proti -1 agaiaal alleged La
Party manmniriim ia the nomi
ina process
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PASSOVt* PETITION
For Deliverance Of Iraqi Jews
By ROBERT E. SEGA I.
\ Seven Arts Feature)
Iterance! Deliverance! The
fcmist is confident the Lord will
J\,.r uj "from the snare of the
flcr and from the noisome pes-
nce"
ln,1 Passover, the festival of re-
m, carries on its strong
l> the promise of deliverance.
g. Ions ago, our forebears
Right only in terms of exodus
m Egypt, land of ancient task-
when they spoke of de-
rjnee in the Passover season.
lor. even when they prayed for
th release from Egypt, they
Lint escape from the arms of
tiun oppressors. As recently
irec decades ago. the petition
for deliverance from Hitler
Phis year, we have sad reason
'iir voice at Pesach time in
for the deliverance of the
ill. besieged Jewish community
in Iraq for release from cruel (or-i
mentors.
HOW TRAGIC the lot of our
brothers and sisters in Iraq! The
world's oldest Jewish community
outside Israel, the Jewish enclave
of Iraq held 120,000 Jews at the
time of the rebirth of the State oi
Israel By May. 1967. after the in-
gathering, only 2,500 remamined.
Then the so-called Six-Day War
visited severe repercussions on the
community In February'. 1968. out
of Baghdad went forth the decree
that the Department of Land Reg-
istration Mas henceforth to abstain
irom carrying out any transaction*
^e^ardiny the "immovable prop
crties" of Iraq'.? ancient Jewish
community
Expropriation of Jewish hold-
ings became the order of the day.
Jews of Iraq found it difficult, if
not impossible, to get jobs. Then,
lien. Ahmad Hasan al-Bakr. who
had been hoisted to the presidency
of Iraq by leftist revolutionaries.
Education Seminar For
Apartment Managers Set
n education seminar for Flor-|
luiilding manager- scheduled
k> 10 and 11 in Fort I-auderdalo,,
i tven announced by Jack Stone.
fs: lent of Building Managers In
rporated of Florida.
The two day event, open to all
artment building managers and
eir maintenance supervisors.
|l be held at Williamsons Res i
Srant and Concention Center.,
st of registration is $35 per per-
bef.an to grind the faces of Iraq's
Jews with even greater force and
less mercy. Charges of spying for
Israel were filed; and Jan. 27, 1969
the world was .shocked to learn thai
nine Jews, together with five Mos
lems and Christians, were hanged
in a public square.
In recent weeks, a new chapter
of persecution and execution of the
pitiful remnant of Iraq's Jews has
bean entered in the book of infam
ous deeds. One Jew who managed
to escape the current genocidic
madness has reported that in all
likelihood 10 more Jews who were
arrested have been hanged. Of the
700 Jews remaining from that no
Me, long line of Iraq's Jewry, half
have appealed for visas to leave.
The government has taken once
more to expropriating Jewish prop-
erty. Between $150 and $200 million
worth of Jewish hospitals, schools.
businesses and residences appar
ently have been snatched by a hos
tile government.
AGAINST this mournful back
drop of injustice, murder and con-
fiscation, the government of Iraq
I has cynically declared that Jews in
j that tormented land continue to
enjoy full rights and freedom.
,u Where do we turn now for re
(omm.ttcemen working on the fm dc,ive for elemcn.
seminar include Jack M Stone. ^ of ,he long.suffering
Point of Americas; Alfred Meyer. of ft h ^ tQ hopo
Breakwater Towers. Shelbert an t(> the UnUed Na.
Payne. Coral Ridge Towrrs; Ken- wouW assistance in
Beth Hazen. Country Club Towers. of d mng turmoil in
Fjcd Jackt. Edgewater Arms; Ar- ^ ^.^ Eas, Represcnta(ion bv
thur Cumto. OcMluife Plaza Mi- ^^ q{ ,he Uniu,d g^ and
am. Beach; Jack Unders, Point Qther en,ightened nations has
of Americas II and William Me-1^ chance f0 ^ heard by the
Ainsh III. Crystal Lake tondom.n- ^^ q{ fhc Bahdad government.
nun. Pom pa no.
ill types of buildings will be
ed, including condominiums,
ind co-operatiws The sec
of this group's planned se:ni
Mr i.i! educational meets, it is >pe
cif -ally aimed at maintenance and1
tfti.ttumul instiuction
. A; -xtensive prosrram hai been
^Bar.md. focusing on daily main
^K).<:ue and operating proMeBU
^Kp:o- include "Safety ard Fire
J^v. nticii." "Master Antenna .n.l
Pe-t:-i.n!i- Operations." "Swim
HBt" l*"-l Preventive Kainteo
aii,,-. "(are and Treatment of
Var.u Types of Roob," "Paints
atv Fuushe>." "Cleaning and
Hi.,; .nance of all Types of
fl'*>r-." Trash Disposal" "Water
poAng," "Lawn and Shrub Care"
Hd Elevator Emer-jencies."
Mr. Stone emphasized that a
anager need not be a member of
llilding Managers Incorporated of
londa to attend this seminar The
atrrunar is open to all managers
leeking education However, main-
tenance supervisors may register
only if their building manager is
, registered.
Building Managers Incorporated
[of Florida, a non-profit professional
MMlatlM open to any person who |
i< manager of a building or who
serves in management capacity i
with any building, was founded in
1966 and has recently chartered
chapters in six Florida counties.
Acting as chairman for the semi-!
nar is I.oyd Bumpas. director of
education for Building Managers
Incorporated of Flonda.
So once more, we are back to
the resources of our ajjc-old Pass
nar may be obtained by contact over prayers exhortation for
Information regarding the semi
ing any of the above; by calling relief and for redemption. There
Mr- Beverly Armstrong, exec, must be a bit of the spirit andI de-
. termination of Moses in all of us.
t.ve secretary, or bv writing '< |he sp,t reaching out to those in,
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Number 13
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PASSOVCK
QReedNQS
We Will Add A Special Prayer
The firs! Passover set the mood of hope for c pe-
.: was to develop a religion, a culture, a
has endured these thousands of years be-
cauM its essence has been freedom.
Jewish home, and in public observances
have developed in recent years, the anc.ent story
^scge for all mankind will be told again next
Monday n.cht a-.d it will he as meaningful m 1973 us it
was on the :o the Promised Land.
Thc .shment of the Stcte of Israel 25 years ago
has not meant the .e millennial Jewish quest As
ery generation, in this we are engaged in the struggle
he freedom of Jews in the Soviet Union. This year, as
we obse've the Seder, we will add to it a special prayer
tor tnose bicve people fighting to keep alive our ancient
heritage which gives them the insight and courage to
continue their struggle.
Inflation Not Peculiar To U.S.
The rise in the cost of food and other basic commodi-
ties is not peculiar to the American economy The Israel
public has also been informed that meat, sugar and fuel,
cmong others are due for a sharp increase in the coming
'hs.
Government supports have kept these basics under
trol until a recent change in policy that affects the
market by as much o& six per cent. Efforts cae being made
to assist lower income families, and the prices of many
staples are expected to remain steady. But the plague of
inflation which is thieatening world stability is now a
fact of life in Israel where, until recently, it has been kept
well under the rate of hat experienced by most other
ens.
A Fascinating Document
On the agenda of the U.N. Commission on Human
Rights is a little known but fascinating document, the
Uppsala Declaration. Drafted primarily by the Nobel Peace
laureate. Rene Casein, it deals with the rights of people
to leave end return a statement which has particular
meaning for Russians, both Jews and non-Jews, who are
oeing held within national borders.
One of the authors of the Universal Declaration of
Human Rights, Casein has written that the free movement
of goods from one country to another seems easier to
accomplish than freedom for people to do the same, as
we know from the recent trade agreements between the
United States and the Soviet Union.
The Uppsala Declaration foamed for the Dutch univer-
sity where it was drafted) includes not only the right to
leave and return but provisions which prohibit reprisals,
sanctions, special taxes or penalties, the right to take house-
hold and personal effects, and the obligations of countries
to respect individual rights. Or, as Ccrssin sums M up: Law,
justice and interest, properly understood, unite in pointing
toward the oae solution which will reestablish that inde-
structible core of all human rights, the choice of whether
to stay or to leave.
The scholars who worked on the declaration did so
with recognition thai the Middle East crisis, for one, cannot
be resolved without taking into account the needs of ail
refugees in the aiea, Jews as well as Arabs.
to >;
S
i in US
anythii
-
year. '.
followed
I
fa>
BO THI Repui
m Which pn
can. Whin presidentu
date, the letter a-k..
SeckviUe, should an Amei
i for who w..- in
English inti ind."
replied Lord Ssckville in writ-
ing. The letter wsi promptly
publi.-hed It helped a lot tn beat
Cleveland, too.
In sum. this sort of thin.:
reaches back to the remotest
past of American politics In
addition, none of the postwar
Presidents who have been mn>l
admired has had spotless record!
in these areas. The black bag
fund ins of President Harry Tru
man's 1948 campaign by Louil
A. Johnson set some sort of rec-
ord as is likely to happen in
desperate circumstances But to
'his country'* misfortune Looil
Johnson was merely rewarded
with the seere!..i>ship of de-
fense.
IF THE records have not been
destroyed, the historians will al-
so find singularly gamey reeding
in the politically motivated ter-
mination of the case of Gov.
Sherman Adams by President
John F. Kennedy and his broth-
er. Robert, then attorney gen-
eral. Anyone who knew him
(and loved himi knew that Pres-
ident Kennedy could play pol-
itics much more roughly than
touch football.
In sum. only two things at first
made the Watergate different
from the political shenanigans
of the past. What was done was
far more ambitiously organ-
ized, and it was immeasurably-
sillier and more iP-judged. At
first, in fact, it merely seemed
to deserve Tallyrand's remark
to the Emperor Napoleon about
the execution of the Due D'En-
ghien. when Napoleon burst out
that he supposed Tallyrand
thought the execution was "a
crime."
"NO. SIRE," said Talleyrand, "it
i- worse than a crime: it is an
idiotic mistake.''
Talleyrand's remark may per-
perhaps not apply, alas, to some
of the actions that appear to have
been taken after the Watergate
exposure began All the same.
it is also well to remember that
the American system does not
work very well when the occupant
of the White House is a political
cripple. James Buchanan was a
self-made cripple. Andrew John
son was made one by partisanship,
The consequences were uniformly
unhappy.
IN THE present ease, moreover.
we are not talking about a Pres-
ident leading an isolated, self-
contained America, whose only
problems are domestic problems.
We are talking about a President
who must lead America in the age
of the H-bomb, when the fates of
It*
Max Lerner
Sees Ft
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li isions, to rest Um I
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ambition i> that
.ht ..n Ma huh ,
) and candor
I- Mr Nixon's dream of Beatoratioa -imply a rep
Warren Han II dm "a return to noi Basks" Net
!' ling :. tly a alofan, not .i protean or piui >- ,
Nixon i and Mane hints of a philosophy bo I
which he :...- let down in hi- series of atata of the nation i
messages -on budget taxes, welfare, crime, dm.
But !
He calls lh< cease-fire peace with honor" and h I
foreign polic) "negotiation not confrontation." But I
k negativi on the attack on "aoflhaaded fudge* n


miatuveness and tin permissive society
stored locietj
IK hai not
\
HFSR, KISSINGET8 MKTOtAl TUSH at H
Metternich and the Congress of Vienna, was called
Restored." If Richard Nixoa eere to write dl
,Um I he might call II \ Social] Baatored.'
craaj part of t ,- thai the moves which have Batata -
thua far hove been agaTeaarvi BMwea by the at
against the congieaVaoaal pawei Evidently Mr Mm h
in order to restore the value- of the pre Kennedy socie*
to roll hack the social and welfare programs of Kcnn.
Johnson and thai he ha- to battle first with Congress fo I
power to do SO
Th'~ difficnlt.es of being both a militant
true conservative For the rollback means that he sets in BtOl >^
Bee racial dm-,,..- hia effort to heal the old on.-- w
hi- victories he must be concluding that you can't win.
Vet Mr Nixon ha- some strong forces fighting for him Tb
one that turn- out to In- the most dramatic and impr.->.w
'".m of the POWi and ,t- m.pact on the consciousness 0
nat,,,n Msnj ol ui had wonieel about what the downU.,-.
of the dUbended -oldiers would do But the stage has been tel
not by them but by the prisoners, and their mood is up*
America, we love you."
While many of them have tried valiantlv to catch H I '
keep up witfr the changed mind seta and Ltf^wejl of tod
nderlying them, of moot of them is the reassertion of the i
ng vaiue> Consciously or not they ,ec their suffering '
"'l;""P""" of what America had almost lost -- the sen, '
roots community, patrtotiam, atriving and achievement.
ttmuy t.es lUchard Nixon couldn't have planned u. but I
reaping the revarda
A CATHOLIC BTUMNf llf nvil,^,,,,,,.. chr.s.ophe, DM
''- -ntten that,he eruaaltnad forth* -urv:valof
- -m, reUgion, famlh The Puritan and conservative ,n Bid
,,.;,:V"'"" "","lll~ He,,., I,:- -tre-s OI1 localise' .
Z H T,'',U" ***** "** U-tnWB value-. CMintrv
* "<". W, White Hotia, iunday aervteaa awl the rati
Umus umK-nu,,,.,,-,,, ,IU fm.ll|v h|> stress m ^
v and is ll(.v ((n ,,, r(_(nni! and has w(th
ou 7/7'' r T,U' ,,,,,rhll, ''ff'"-^ KrWi to work
centrsl hJ f'"J"i ?"'* ?* ** chih,r,'n arc a "-rk of h-w
central the family Mdl ,s in Amenean soeietv
Mr. Nixon would he
wiser if he tried less hard to roU back
... -- II in-
or V^r'rf b,X,^, *- "--rtion heartbreak
the earlirr S T ^ M he """ "<* J 1or
Z+ml h ,h" ,ask ,hal the POW fther<
the, m up deep into toe night w.U, their sons


Friday. April 20, 1973
+Jfitrirrii(tia,n of North B'""d
Page 3
Dr. Willens Announces Openings On JFC Board
])i Shi '.ilon Willi-ns. president of
Hi,, i. tard tf directors of Jrwish
Sen ice, has announced
(hal the governing body of the
u ,11 enlarge I member
ship this \ear in order lo include
- ;il.(Iion from all segments
ever-increasing Brow:ini
i,,,;; -. population. This will mark
ii,, first such Increase in the 10-
cin history of the agency.
Particularly desired for reprc
mentation on the board are mem-
M r< ''I the >enior retired citizens
i college and high school stu-
i, aini young married coeplea.
These groupa constitute a hiijb
tage of the caseload handled
, v and it i- therefore
r< n thai they should he n pre
i on the beard
an automom >ua agency in
\:iv Broward County resident i thousand in-peraon Interviews were
qualified to i| j)l> for the open di provided by the professional staff.
ships Applicant* arc re One out of three in-peraon Inter-
| | t0 v.,,... a lettei tatii views involved more than two fm-
the am for wanting i serve' ib members in the effort to find
thing of then h h k. ound
, irr nt -tatu- Letters should
>. d to James Mill t,
mi the nominating
niit.-c Jewish Family Service, I90B
Harrison st Hollywood 33020 expected to provide a transfusion listing cemmittee It Is urged that
The Jewish Family Service of of nea ideas and viewpoints from people desire to serve fet their
Ricward Count} came Into exist segments of the population noi applications in the mail as soon
enee in istfi.t Hen the need for presentlj represented. Applications as possible.
familj counseling service had been will be discussed and voted upon| Jewish Family Service
substantiated by a pilot protect ""' next meeting oonducted bj the Miami Jewish
Famil) and Chfldreh's Service The
agency is funded by the Jewish
Welfare Federation of Greater
II Uywoed, the North Browanl
Jewish Federation and the Lnited
Fund of Rrowird County.
in 1972 the agency provided
service io 600 families, the mosl in
ts 10-year hiatorj Five hundred of
these families sought professional
counseling for the flrsl time. In
addition I l these 800 families, in-
formation and referral services
were provided to 800 more Two
,\ith Esther Lowenthal as its ei
live dirt .tor Miss Lowenthal is a
ara luatc of Smith College "ith a
master's degree from the Unive
s tj (.t i hicago She was a chart
member of the Academy of Ci '
Social Workers Of the Nation
Association Of Social Worker-. Stl
has been with Jewish Family Be'
1071 ice more than seven years
Dn. SHtlDON WIUINS
lutions to a famil; 's difficulties.
H mc isll m idi to msny
of the o! pi oplc nol able to come
m' the offlo i f the agency, in
ald-.ti hi. in..re than 2.000 ti lephone
interviews were conducted Due to
he t lecial character of the popu-
lace of tin- srea, many of t
sea involved married couples,
who. after long and satisfying mar-
riage relationships, have had to
the many new problems in-
ed in retirement Problems
v.ith todaj's youni rters have m
m ,si caai caused i pheeval nd
ress in an i ntii famil; jroup,
famil) counsel-
|. r all n '' '
The Ji with fan il) hieh ha al
- been known for its solidarity
it, strength reflecting the
in of the I
which is crea in hroadi r n
i Famil) service
counseling.
T'. i .1 new directors are
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Passover:
//
Haggadah
Tin- message ol Passovei e< hoes down the centuries as lews
welcome their brethren to |oin in the celebration oi freedom.
U e observe every Passover .ind the freedom it commemorates
with love and concern tor all lews in need
This year thousands of Soviet lews will experience the joy Ol
their first Passover in freedom-in Israel. But freedom from
tyranny is not enough; they must also be tree trom the fears 0<
want
This Passover, we muM solve the problems of unmet human
needs. Needs that can only be met by an inflow of cash. To
alleviate overcrowded and inadequate housing to offer
educational opportunity ... to teach a new language and new
skills.
This Passover, make it a true celebration for each lew Pay your
pledge.
keepJtne^romise
1 to the
israel emergency fund
of the united jewish appeal
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+Jmist>ncr*0ar7 of North *mm*
Friday, April 20. 1973
1
Beirut Police Disperse Mob
Attacking American Embassy
B> Special lUrmrt
JERUSALEMTension mounted
again in the Middle East la week as more than 500 Arab
demonstrators attempted to storm
the American er. ba>sy in Beirut.
three terrorists were killed infil-
trating Israeli territory in the oc-
cupied Golan Heights and Israel
termed its attack against Leb-
anon a complete success.''
Hundreds of students. Lebanese
as well as Palestinian, took the
lead in a street demonstration
against the United States in
Beirut They protested the Israeli
assault into the heart of Lebanon
in reprisal for this week's Arab
guerrilla activities in Cyprus.
Lebanese police dispersed the
mob. which cried that -Israel and
America are the same. We are
fighting United States imperial-
ism." The nation, half Christian
and half Moslem, operated Wed-
nesday without a cabinet as the
Lebanese government was caught
Friedmaiis To Be Feted At
April 26 Wight In Israel'
Louis and R?g.na Friedman aril] The 'Night in Israel"" begins at
3 o'clock in the Phase V Clubhouse
: '." Refreehments will be aerved.
April
_ te \
in Laudi
between opposing factions
Militant Arabs, sympathetic to
the Palestine Liberation Organua
tun. called for increased resistance
to Israeli retaliatory strikes. But a
majority 0f the population of the
one-time French mandate spoke
out for further cuibs on the ter
' roii-t-
Three of them were blown to
bits Wednesday when a bomb Ihej
were planting inside of the Golar.
Heights exploded prematurely. II
was the second Arab incursion into
the former Syrian territory oc
'cupied since the Six Day War of
June. 1967 within a week.
Prime Minister Golda Meir and
Gen. David Elazar again pi.
:he brilliance of the Israeli attai ki
the heart of Lobanor.
combined military, naval and a:r
actions resulting in the achievi
,i of all ke) chin ve
The
ra
V Iv
L-.ttie A
- >.'.-teti
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Mr
and .v.-- Friedman a
:da from Gien Cove N V .
after Mr Friedm ron a
rtiitinpiiaaad career: u a deeignei
of electron;: eqtripnM

Mr. Friedman ii active in :he
Lev; Eshkol Lodge of B'na. B rttl
and the HawaLan Gardena-P
V B'na. B'nth chapter, now m for-
mation. He i also a member of
the Hawaiian Garden! Men's Club.
Mrs Friedman participates in Ha-
dassah and GRT and htlped or
ganize a Jew;- ndenta' Coun-
cil represc-ntin? ail organizations in ;
New London. Conn.

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:iday, April 20, 1973
+Jmistifk*:knatn Of North Browartf
Vuqr. 7
Sculptor Donates Works
To Cultural Foundation
d Hermann, 68, a now
of the fashionable Palm-
oondoininium complex, has
d a studio from a small
I [, n building near the devel
J ent'i preenhouse where he
I, most of his days welding
I cs ol steel and copper into
,1 sculiture. much of which re-
eta hii deep socio-political feel-
Mr Herman, who came here
. NeWtOB, Mass. a suburb of
, ion, is dedicated to the ccn
.-old philosophy through
:i the State of Israel was form
Dd has been held together for
. ( ,-t 25 years. Himself financial
secure, he accepts no commis
. on his work, but donates ev
-h;n^ to the American Israel
ural Foundation.
Mr Herman and his wife have
visited Israel nine times. His most
prlsd work stands in the gardens
next to the W'eumann In. UL^te ot
Scienco in Hehovot, Israel. A 21-
ft huh sculpture, it rc^reients the
prophecy in Isaiah which says.
"1 hey shall beat their swords into
plowshares." and Mr. Herman
gathered actual weapons used in
the battlefield for ijnver.>ion into
;his symbol of peace dedicated by
lormer Vice President Hubeit H.
,1 m. I.rcy in May. 1970.
One of Mr. Herman's works, an
.ibttraci which combines the Wail
ng Wall in Jerusalem with faces
whose lip- thaoe the word "Sha
on i^ presently being considered
or purchase by Massachusetts
t.Uf officials who plan to place
it at the entrance to a park.
S:ulr:oi Shepard Herman displays an editoiial cartoon
showing a Vietnamese peasant with the dove of peace
bad on bin hand captioned "But Can You Be Real.1
nnd the sculpture he took from it.
Frenchmen Denied
'Sail For Peace'
TEL AVIV (JTA) Three'
Frenchmen, who are attempting a |
Sail for Peace along the Sue/
Canal in a rubber dinev. were pre- \
vented last week from sailing
from Northern SInal to Port Said.
The three, a freelance journalist
and two television cameramen, la-t
week drifted to an Israeli outpost
in Northern Sinai, a.id spent the
weekend in Tel Aviv as guests of
the French Embassy.
They were brought to Ashkelon '
Monday by an Israeli army patrol.'
which sighted tiiem in Northern
Sinai.
It appears they will be unable
: to sail to the Canal from Israeli
territory. Earlier th<> said they
.vould try to reach Port Said from
Cyprus.
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Sculptor Shepard Herman, 68. fashions pieces of steel and
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+Jml*ncrldter> of North B,ow'fd
Tiiday. April 20. 1973
Donor Luncheon Highlighting Chai
Chapter Of Hadassah Anniversary
Chai Chapter <>) Hedaasah, will
h lii Itl annual D.>n*n- LUDdMOD"
Thursday. April 26 nt 11:30 a.m..
in the 6aM Coeat RoB of Palm-
Air* afftuntn Ch|, tjooipano. to
cording to s president Mrs. N it
Bodncr.
Starting with buffet lunch in
chiding hot and eoW dittoes, the
affair will be highlighted with e
tcitiiinmcnt Ivy Owtn Bert noti' pianist and sinaer. fonnr-rly >f
Palm-Alre. Sho will present a pro-,
Special Services at
Temple Sholoin
In addition to (he two Ruaovei
il dramaa to he conducted bj
bbi Morris A Skop and Cat
oft j p mar at T>nn>M *****
lal services will be held Tucs-
,i: g | m, with t' B hie Rnad
and cheating of the Hallel
Psalms,
The children '. : id I Seder en
the !> lus SI ry"
held Sundaj wit1 h and '
of the Hebrew and n ligioua Khoola
the litu an I '"Ming th-
Passover -i : I i dom
At the Festh il Sabbath Eve serv-
ice Friday, R S I aoea't
x me. "Pla u Still With
Us What Can We Do About
1...,
the last daj of Paseovi r
! a in. the memorial
^ sen Ice ill be Included t.i
el the Pass e* cycle of holi-
>*/ Cory \./tiioi^
IP. 1 -Jit
f at sever yo _> til
pram of songs, accotnpanying her
-elf at the p:ani).
Newest ranhlona will be featuf I
by Phyllis Fashions, with back-
ground Music provided bj Owen
Ban at the piano.
The donor event celebrate-. Chai
Hadnasah*s seventh anniversary
year, iiadassah's 60th anniversary,
and the 2oth anniversary of the
State ot Israel.
Guests are cordially invited Rcs-
MrvasietU for member> and pi sts
may be made by calling the chair
man ot the event. Mrs. Robert Sner-
mi. or ciiehairman. Mrs Sherman
Koenif, who are hotting the affair
North Broward NCJW To
Install Officers May 2
The North Broward Section ol
the National Council oi '
Women will hold it- annual in-
stallation luncheon at
9 edneaday, M ij -'. >l WMttMnson'
Restaurant
Officers are Urs Samuel Glick
man, president; Mr- Gertrude
Goldwater, education, Mrs Flor
ence Brooks, corasnunitj sen
and Mrs Harry Stern, member
vice presidents; Mrs. Edward
Maged, financial secretary; Mrs
Jack Pressman, corresponding se
ii tarj: Mrs. Neil Suaaman, record
ing secretarj. Mrs Stephen Gero,
treasurer, and Mrs Claire Wylei
parliamentarian
33 years in Ft. louderdole
Announcing the Opening at our
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Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33303
(3) 5.3-0130
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*Jv*iii--Skj-ii Page 9
A MODERN PASSOVER
sraeFs 25th Ahniver
sary
J.\( <>B STEIN
Jon'erf" of Prendentj of
pica* Jtvitl Organnxtions
^,... i- Committee for
Anniversary Celebr.itior
l*i oldeef Inde
j. on additional
I in enduring
i, >i i,i over will
I! i independence
young 20
I Ifl '
Vom Ha'
' atzmaut, marking the start of li
l"i 25th annivi 1 ary day.
v\\li: ( MRU. MEANING
i n Ji central meaning oi
ili<' two holid easentiallj the
ill;.' Jewish
lo find new life an l hope in Eretz
HAPPY OPPOETI XITY
Th > con to ethe then, <>r
ie two i! leno da)-
time honored and one m id
offi i American
f the J i h tat< in I all wh >
have contributed to itf
progress in the peaceful arti and
liunian betterment.
And as we observe Israel's an-
nlveeaary we will find vast nura-'
bera of Americans of other faiths
11 ly and nappy to join with us in
our celebration.
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To millions >f Ami ricans, i
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knew their < >I< 1 Testament, and
i i i! pired bj the story of Exo
will to mi vive in the face of bittei "' "ll' Americai i le foi
ision 1 i. r Sad rs to again joj liberty, what [srael'a 25
the del to live I lebrate our people's an daj is plain
,,. workit row ol To them. a> to all men
building, creal daring to v'"'' ;i f'v days later w i I il eel brates ono
, ,, | | men can reai
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Where Superior
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2022 N.E. 18th Steet
Phone 565-6636
, modern da) E
SCE US FOR YOUR TIRE NEEDS
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A Happ/ Passover ".
LILL1 JEANNE
BOUTIQUE
717 E Las Olas Blvd.
Phone 525-0025
3531 N. ANDREWS AVENUE
FORT LAUDTRDALE 56G-361G
fc H
A FULL SERVICE
[FAMILY DRUGSTORE &
COMPLETE FOUNTAIN
SERVICE
To All
m
W J I Bill Speakman
manager of the
all new
Colonel's Drive In
Drugs
invites you to come
in and get
acquainted
i
>-r Html oj the '
101 S Federal Highway
CALL
523-4107
FOR
f!EEDlltt*Y
Fort LauderdaU, Flo.
3ING & GBOHOAHL
Mother's Day Plate
1973
VERY LIMITED EDITION
To Avoid Disappointment
Order Yours Now.
McNamara & Cray
Antiques & Collectables
3305 N. Ocean Clvd.. Ft. laud
Phone 563 866
A Ha-
TR El LL \<. I
3343 N.2. 34th Street
Phore 564-6784
Imagine a cruise
that's something like
a Scandinavian smorgasbord
with Russian dressing
on the side.

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.,: ^r.GudrM^-.Visby. And the more f
,gen. Oslo. Helsinki. Stockholm. I
;bord Of ports, all r.ght topped off by'the
.cesandmus. of
ngrad Whv ikeyoutoLeHewe.
rj ,ni and Torquay.
ne. if you w.'l. the perfect shipTo such
,,se. We have two of them You m.ghitttoU the
ilti-million dollar Promenade Deck of the
s.s. Statendam. a marvel of sea-going luxury indoors
and out Or you might sail one of our newest,
spacious, supremely lavish cruiseships. the
s.s. Volendam (formerly the s.s. Biasil). The port;.
on these cruises are far out of the ordinary So are
the ships that take you there.
On all Holland America Cruises, no gratuities
required. All ships are registered m the Netherlands
Antilles See your travel agent, or clip the coupon.
Three Summer North Cape/Russia Cruises
to 21 ports in 41 days on the s.s. Volendam
or s.s. Statendam. From New York June 8,
June 29, July 20. From Port Everglades
June 5. June 26.
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2455 t Sun,..,. Blvd.. rt l*odd.le H 33304
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MR. and N.RS. ABE POLSYN
624 S.W. 2nd Street
Ft I. .iderdale
TelepNom 524 4334
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NURSERY
4861 S.W. 106th AVE
DAVIE 33314
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420 S.W. 11th Court
Phone 524-4238
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Phone 764-5440
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Page 10
+.lfUt.n,rMi->r. of North B.ow.rd
*JmisMerieMir> <* Nor* *owird
iidav. Apr_ .:j, 197J
Friday. April 20. 197:
J he rCabbi >^p*amm j"rom J he f-^ulpit
\
How Fortunate We Are!
j RABBI AKIVA BRII.I.IANT
Templr Beth Israel
As all of you are well aware, we
ar now celebrating the 25th an-
niversary of the founding of the
stole ol Israel.
'1 here is no
question in my
mind that the
establishment of
the State of I*
racl i> the most
aj _';:Tic ant and
encourag ing
event that has
affected Jewish
life in at least
the past 2.000
years.
An interesting
** >"' observation of
the significant
role that the inhabitants of the
Uta of Israel play in our lives as
Jews was indicated by Prof Mor-
dechai Kaplan in his book. Ques-
ttOM Jews Ask He writes:
The Jewry of Israel enjoys a
unique advantage over other Jew
ries, which makes it of more vital
significance for Judaism as the
< r ilization of the Jewish commu-
nity. That makes the relation of
Urjeli Jewry to other aggregates
of Jews like that of the heart to
other less vital organs.
Zionism became necessary,
among other reasons, because Ju-
daism everywhere was living on
the momentum of the pasi. ami
that momentum ft] being rapidly
exhausted It thus became neces-
Margate Center*!
Sisterhood To
Install Officers
The Hgterboorl of th ROrcai>
Jewish Center will install its new
officer; at a luncheon Tuesday, j
May 1. at noon in the Sweden
House, 700 S State Rd 7. Planta- '
Ma
Officer! to be installed for the
coming season UPC Mr.v Lihan
Strum, president Mrs Nan Carp.
Mrs ina Miller, and Mrs. Edith
Solomon, vice presidents, Mm,
Sarah Geroftfcy, treasurer: Mrs
Anne Grossman, recording secre
try; Mrs. Rhoda Matten, financial
secretary; Mrs Ruby Winett. cor
responding secretary, and Mrs
Anne Singer, parliamentarian.
Arthur Matten. prominent attor-
ney and educator, will serve as in
stalling officer.
The afternoon's program has
been planned by Mrs Loretta Ell
ner, program chairman.
ban. before the momentum was
sary, before the momentum was
organ lor world Jewry, by estab
I lishing a community where Jews
.ould. as a majority, control all
the vital forces that operate in
modern life.
Israel is today the focal center
of all that is vital in Judaism. It
i- the heart from which currents
of that vitality can be circulated
through all the Jewries of the
baapova, provided that arteries of
communication are kept open so
that tthe vital bloodstream of a
living and creative Jewish culture
can circulate freely throughout
the entire body of world Jewry."
As we say in our prayers. "Out
of Zion shall go forth the Law and
the word of the Lord from Jeru-
salem "
How fortunate we are to have'
witnessed the day when this prayer
is so beautifully becoming a reality
in the full sense of the word, for
M we help the State of Israel sur-'
vive. the State of Israel is helping
Jews everywhere to survive spirit-
ually
Religious
Services
FOCT LAUOItOAli
BETH ISRAEL (Temple) Coneerva-
tiv*. 7100 W. Oakland Parh Blvd.
Rabb< Vkivi Brilliant. Cantor Mail
r.ce Niv
*1
EMANU-EL 3248 W. Oakland Park
Blvd Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
riini. Canter Jerome Klement. 41
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OMFANO BlACH
SHOLOM (Templet. 132 SE 11th Ave
Coneervative. Rabbi Morria A. Skop
Cantor Jacob J. Renzer.
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. (Con-
aervative) S101 NW th St.________
^.Matter of 'foci by
JOSEPH ALSOP
< on't. from Page *
sible developments overseas, the
netx four years can easily bring the
end of the story of the United
States as a great power.
IN SHORT, there is likely to br
exceptionally rough weather in the
world during the second Nixor
administration.
And if anyone thinks the United
States can safely get through
rough weather with a politically
crippled President, they need to
think again.
Community Calendar
MONDAY. APRH. 23
Brandeis University Women's Committee Study Gro
Tl KSI>\Y. APKII. 24
T niple Emanu El Evening Croup General Meeting
WEDNESDAY. APRIL 25
Ahavah B'nai Br.th GaMral Meeting
THURSDAY. APRIL 26
Si.bra Hadassah General Meeting
Brandeis l'n;vir-:'\ Women Committee Ke*dat|
Study Group
Fort Lauderdale Hadassah Donor Luncheon
Chai Chapter Hadassetl !>>>iioi l.unt heon
SATI RDAY. APRIL ?
Temple ShosOBi Cadillac Hal
TUESDAY. MAY 1
Temple Emanu-EI Slsterho d IwU
WH.NI-:si>AY. MAY 2
Brandeii Unlversit; Women's Committee Membei
Luncheon
National Council of Je h W >m n Installation Luti
Williamson's Restaurant
THURSDAY. MAY 3
Port Lauderdale Hadassah Board Meeting
SUNDAY. MAY 6
Community Israel 2Sttl Anniversary Ceietlration
tor
SALE
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m^~
A Happy Passover To All .
920 East La; 0'aj
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Elfers Of her Store
R H WILLIAMS
I s*d turniturr & Bedding
Factory Close (Juts
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liankruptcies Models
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Simulated
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Beautiful 1 corot solltolra only '27" sat in 14
carat yallow or white gold mounting. Com* in
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stylos available at low. low prices.
SCHROTH JEWELERS
2773 E. Atl. Blvd. Pomp.
942-6077
OPEN MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 9:30 TO 5
WANTED
Certified Teacher
For
Temple Emanu-EI Nursery
School
3 or 5 Morning per week
Call 735-3849
(Evenings)
2033 Wilts* On* 564-5191 **, Manors, Fb,
A Happy Passover To All
JEFFER
FUNERAL IIOMhS. INC.
DIRECTORS
Irwm Jeffer
Mednvin Jerler AMR Jefler
HOLLIS. LI 1M 11 HILLSIDE AVE
BROOKLYN 12S3 CONEY ISLAND AVE
212/776-8100
MIAMI FLA 133SS W DIXIE HWY
Repretented by Sonny Levitt
A
305/947-1185
Chapels available in all
communities in New York and
throughout the Miami area
DYour Child Deserves The Bmtf At No E* fro Cost f%
Montesson Education for Pre School Children Lai
Q Certified Montesson Teaches *
Rites Hall Day $10 00 per week. Li
OFuli Day $?0 00 per week ^
Hours ; 0 New 'ire proof Bmlalitf ***
jf^ SpacM Fenced PlaygrounfliArea rt
*' 0- Ciarieae r>"e Deu/f Vl
Ql AcadrrP* Moo'KVOti ol ft laudetStlt. Inc. ^^
1700 n *s*an (Ages 2W-6 yes) |
Q Q 0 0 Q 0 D D Q Q Q Q Q
A Happy Passover To All .
For Newcomers
FREE
Hair Cuts With Shampoo & Set
Only on Mon. Tues. I Wed.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT MARIA
PARK EAST BEAUTY SALON
PHONE FOR APPOINTMENT 584-1211
4630 NW. Oth Court, Plantation


Roril -?
f.pr
1973
^JeniiHtcredficir of North Broward
Page 11
nilaiiiebleau Park Sales
m 815.5 Million In Year
|el I':irk. a coirtrt
j townhouM develop
;-, FontaintMtm Blvd..
I | .. Street and 88th
,rated its Bm anni
18 by topping tii'-
mark in sales, ac
jim Ottaaen, diractar
Some 320 of it* 647
i n purchased.
iniUOM, town houses
nnit> are (ontinuallv
meet the demand
uniti are f.resentl.
der i .m-truttion. and
K) at n Jeveloj men! ts
the park will contain'
. kwoodi condominium
- off.it ill haak now
from a two bedr >ni
I to a three -lie. I room
u ith a farafe. All
. either the fair
, chaw onahlp Pon
. oil d .n r <>r have >
t
I
view of the park's 23-acre Mela
I-I..;, I |Jte
Each of the park's six "country
cluo communitiea has an Olympic
land piKl. complete sundeck. and
m a'lpnrpoaa re oration building
which eontailU saunas and gyaju
\lo t nave two tennis courts, and
haaa itockod lakes dot the park.
off Tin 4 oi -joi-I unities for fishing
and sailing.
Fontainebleau Park, said to
ha\e the advantegta of a club in
'he eottntr) la only mi minute-
from downtown Miami It i> being
built bj Trafalgar Developer* oi
Florida.
v^wv^^vwwAyvw,
CANDl ELIGHTING TIME
't-
is NISAN 6:26
Extradition
Hearings On
For Ex-Nazi
VKW YORK (JTA) Extradi-
tion hearings opened this week
ijr .vii's. id liinn'- Braunsteiner
Byan, a former Nazi coneintra
I in camp guard wanted in
Weal Germany on war crime
charges.
Federal Judge .Jacob Moshler
postponed the hearings pending
arrival from Weal Ocrmany <<
the complete dossier of docti
ments related to the nac
Mrs. Ryan'i defanae counsel
Lao Barry, contends that kin
Harris citizenship was revoked
i illegally by immigration of
ficiala in 1971.
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DRAPERY CLEANING
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even a few Iwurs, with someone
who needs a hand. n call vour local Vblumary Action
Centei Or write to 'Volunteer,
Washington. D.C 20013
The National Center lot
\ Juntan Action.
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PORCHES FLORIDA ROOMS SHUTTERS
AWNINGS & PANELS HOME IMPROVEMENTS
631 N.E. 45th Street, Ft. Lauderdale
772-4852 772-4853
A Happy Passover To All .
THE WOOD LEDGE
3010 I. COMMERCIAL BLVD.
PHONE 772-1284
TAILORED WALL FURNITURE
DO YOUR WALLS HAVE "SHELF RESPECT?'
WE DO CUSTOM WORK
A Happy Passover To All .
C & M SECURITIES
OF AMERICA, INC.
FRED VEILLEUX, BRANCH MANAGER
4040 Gait Ocean Dr.
Phone 564-6444
Passover Greetings
BILL KING
INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.
23 W Sumise Blvd.
Over 35 Yf-ars Insurarre ExpM
Phone 763-7077
Insurance Problems?
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12N.W. 6th COURT
Pfeone 763-8708
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MEDIC A W PBOOUCTS CO.
2616 GRIFFIN ROAD
FT. LAUDERDALE
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U.S. British Pressure Forces
Reversal on Davan Land Plan
JOL'SALEM JTA
Gooia Metr m*j ban
wiifii b?
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far his proposai a: J*
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The Caauet't deos&oa defased
teanaa the tdoajaiii rrl terri-
tories, where the aw aroaaed
eomtrown? aad pushed ^ad
prves to aL tiaae
Tntnport Wi*r?aai
_4 aha MJa-.er \
t0% had aeew ie*d appear
, TV aawri *** "**
arehaar iaswe. Mr. Pern fa***d
fre* lad awrrhase* b* Jew* wh*>
Mr. Jiaiw is
. that
had exaroaed tow*
ewer the issa* aad had
its feebae t* Jera-
World wide btth aad acher
bhed hrari. acd an? hate
creased. The Gahai
fartiwe aaaoaand it *Jd iaaro-
oer the toieraaatai *
3o>h kad Irftraved
Bco*dratc AatSor
ippearaace -as sjiejee-. :> Caocse:
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haj Arah load wader Ciininin
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Patestaee
Mrs. Metr ?*d to daaaacc
mmittmj uaauomay wtaaa. she
ordered two of her ckixr-r-
nOrrs to cancel a tele-, .rioa ap-
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3347 A H F**ero Hiphway
Phono 566-4962
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