The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Portion of title:
Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
13 v. : ill. ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fred Shochet
Place of Publication:
Hollywood, Fla

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hollywood (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Broward County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Hollywood

Notes

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.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 44512277
lccn - sn 00229541
ocm44512277
System ID:
AA00014307:00135

Related Items

Related Items:
Jewish Floridian
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward


This item is only available as the following downloads:


Full Text
wJems/i FloridVan
and S1IOFAll OF GREATER HOLLYWOOD
b 6 Number 27
Hollywood, Florida Friday, January 2, 1976
Price 25 cents
ledman To Keynote Pacesetters Dinner
bbi Herbert A. Friedman
' the keynote speaker at
Innual Pacesetters Dinner
n. 10 at the Diplomat Ho-
i Hollywood.
kbi Friedman, the former
Ttive vice chairman of the
Jewish Appeal, is an au-
on Jewish overseas
and Israel's refugees and
rants. A new resident of
he provides a vital link
between fund-raising efforts in
the United States and the pro-
grams made possible by the
funds.
Persons responsible for or-
ganizing the dinner are Nathan
Pritcher, chairman; Melvin
Baer, cochairman; Mrs. Karen
Margulies, Mrs. Theodore New-
man and Mrs. Sherman Katz,
cochairmen of the arrangements
committee; and Mrs. Otto Stie-
ber, hostess chairman.
"Rabbi Friedman is one of the
most outstanding speakers on
the Israel situation today," Mrs.
Margulies said.
Rabbi Friedman was chaplaft
with the 9th Infantry Divisic*
in 1945 in Germany, where he
spearheaded efforts to help
Jewish survivors of the Nazi
death camps. Later he served
as assistant advisor on Jewish
. Jaffe To Report on Mideast
ISamuel Z. Jaffe, spiritual
of Temple Beth El, will
a report on the Mideast
Cionist answers to the
Nations Zionism resolu-
>r the Broward Zionist
on Monday, Jan. 19, at
at Temple Sinai.
Ijaffe waa awarded the
|ry degree of Doctor of
at Commencement Ex-
fof the New York School
of Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion, the Amer-
ican Institution of higher learn-
ing in Reform Judaism.
Before coming to Temple
Beth El, he occupied a pulpit in
Park Forest, 111., was director of
the Hillel Foundation at the
University of Florida and a
chaplain in the United States
Army.
Dr. Jaffe is the author of
f What .is Judaism," "Reform
Judaism Today" and "Making
Religious Experience Meaning-
ful in Jewish Religious School."
He is the recipient of the City
of Hollywood Appreciation
Award, the State of Israel Bonds
Award and Israel Bonds Jeru-
salem Award
Cantor Yehudah L. Heilbraun
of Temple Sinai will offer a
musical introduction.
exico Votes for Resolution
tidemning Zionism
YITZHAK RABI
IT E D NATIONS
I The General As-
voted 107-1 with 26
tons to adopt the
resolution of last
ler's International
fs Year Conference
lico City containing
ragraphs condemning
along with racism,
lism and apartheid
pements to be elim-
Israel was the only
to cast a vote
the overall resolu-
separate vote taken
anti-Zionist clauses
rgraphs 24 and 26
id 23 other countries
cast negative ballots, 26 ab-
stained and 83 voted in fa-
vor. Eleven countries were
absent.
THE MEXICAN delegation
voted in favor of both the blan-
ket resolution and the opera-
tive paragraphs against Zionism.
Its votes surprised observers
here in view of Mexican Presi-
dent Luis Echeverria's remarks
to American and Canadian Jew-
ish leaders in Mexico City last
Friday that his country's For-
eign Minister, Emilio Rabasa, "is
now at the United Nations to
ensure that future votes by
Mexico cannot be misunder-
stood as equating Zionism with
racism or opposing the national
aspirations of the Jewish peo-
In a statement before the vot-
ing the head of the Mexican
delegation, Ms. Aida Gonzalez
Martinez, observed that the In-
ternational Women's Conference
in Mexico had to take into ac-
count certain principles which
were controversial to certain
countries, among them the
references to Zionism.
SHE SAID her delegation sup-
ported the Mexico City declara-
tion as a whole as being of con-
siderable value and. noted that
because the term Zionism had
not been clearly defined, the
Mexican delegation to the Inter-
national Conference had ab-
stained on the paragraphs relat-
ing to Zionism.
She added that if Zionism
means the realization of the na-
tional aspirations of the Jewish
people, her delegation's vote on
the whole resolution last night
should not be interpreted as an
acceptance of the equation set
forth in paragraphs 24 and 26
Continued on Page 8-
Dulzin Critical of Israel's
Propaganda Failure
)AV1D FRIEDMAN
YORK (JTA)
)ulzin, acting chair-
the Jewish Agency
rid Zionist Organiza-
pxecutives, declared
at Israel has always
klly" presented the
pan problem "poor-
vorld public opinion.
king to a meeting of
ponal Executive Cora-
f the Zionist Organ-
of America, Dulzin
Brael should have
that historic Pal-
icludes both sides of
Ian River and there-
the people in Jor-
Palestinians, includ-
Hussein.**
2R, Dulzin noted that
the real issue in the Middle East
is not the Palestinians but the
refusal of the Arab states to
recognize the legitimate right
of the State of Israel to exist.
He predicted there would not
be another step-by-step negotia-
tions process and said Israel
will only negotiate now for a
real peace.
Dulzin, a leader of the Liberal
Party, one of the parties com-
prising the Likud opposition,
said he supports Premier Yitz-
hak's Rabin's recent statement
that there will be no Palestin-
ian state on the West Bank, that
Israel's security border will re-
main the Jordan River and that
Israel will never negotiate with
the Palestine Liberation Organ-
ization, j,
BUT HE Questioned how long
Rabin will stick to this position
in the wake of opposition with-
in the Labor Party.
"The present government is
the weakest in Israel's history,"
Dulzin charged. He said not only
do the various cabinet members
make contradictory statements,
but individual ministers make
contradictory statements on the
different days.
Dulzin said the time has come
for a government of national
unity which includes Likud. But
he said he doubted that Rabin
had the courage to support a
government of national unity or
to hold a new election.
DULZIN, who is seeking to
be elected as chairman of the
WZO /Jewish agency executives,
accused Rabin of trying to
dictate the selection of the next
chairman by picking the Labor
Continued on Page 8-
Affairs to Gen. Joseph T. Mc-
Narney, commander of the U.S.
Occupation Force in Germany.
After the war Rabbi Friea-
man was an active supportei
of statehood for Israel. As chair-
man of the UJA Speakers Bu-
reau, he was one of the most
outspoken supporters of the
UJA national campaign. He be-
came executive vice chairman
In 1955 and executive chairman
in 1970.
The dinner, for $1,000 con-
tributors, involves the entire
community in launching the
1976 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign for the Jewish Federa-
tion of South Broward.
RABBI FRIEDMAN
MEXICO FUROR UNABATID
Hadassah Prexy
Denies Accuracy
Of News Stories
~%
Rose Mat/kin. national presi-
dent of Hadassah, has made the
following statement with refer-
ence to Miami News and Miami
Herald articles on tourism to
Mexico which appeared on Dec.
13 and 14.
"I did not.majte.tbe statejnent
about tourism to Mexico which
was attributed to me. I cannot
understand how anyone could
have misinterpreted what I had
to say. The conscience of our
individual members caused
them to cancel trips to Mexico.
I told reporters it would take
a long time before we could see
any retraction of this reaction
on the part of our individual
members."
Helen Weisberg, president,
Florida Region of Hadassah, ad-
ded that "the presidents of the
major Jewish organizations
went to Mexico on the invitation
of the Mexican government ex-
pecting to get a retraction on
its vote at the United Nations
on Zionism. They left Mexico
expecting this retraction. How-
ever, it was not forthcoming as
expected at the UN."
A STORY in the Miami Herald
of Sunday, Dec. 14, from Mexico
City quoted Mrs. Matzkin as
declaring that "Those organiza-
tions with big travel groups will
resume trips to Mexico. There
is no reason now not to main-
tain Mexico on travel lists."
Late last wp>k Jewish organ-
izations announced they will
continue their ban on member-
ship tours to Mexico following
Mexico's General Assembly vote
for the resolution adopted by
last summer's International
Women's Year Conference in
Mexico City, as Well as two
separate clauses condemning
Zionism.
By a 107-1 vote with 26 ab-
stentions the Assembly adopted
the blanket resolution contain-
ing two paragraphs condemning'
Zionism along with racism, co-
lonialism and apartheid as
movements to be eliminated.
Israel was the only country to
cast a vote against the overall
resolution.
In separate votes on the anti-
Zionist clauses Israel and 23
countries voted against, 26 ab-
stained and 83 voted for.
THE MEXICAN vote in favor
of the blanket resolution and
the anti-Zionist passages sur-
prised many in view of Mexican
President Luis Echeverria's re-
marks to American and Cana-
dian Jewish leaders in Mexico
City that his country's Foreign
Minister, Emilio Rabasa, "is
now at the United Nations to
ensure that future votes by
Mexico cannot be misunder-
Continned on Page 4
Albert on in Tel Aviv Talks
With Rabin and A lion
TEL AVTV (JTA) As-
sistant Secretary of State Alfred
Atherton arrived here from
Cairo for a 20-hour visit dur-
ing which he is expected to con-
vey to Israel's leaders Arab
views on the Security Council's
Middle East debate due to be-
gin Jan. 12.
Atherton has visited several
Arab capitals on his current
tour of the Middle East.
He told reporters at Ben-
Gurion Airport that the purpose
of his trip was t ascertain the
latest thinking of the various
countries in the area with
view toward "continuing the
dialogue in search of a just and
lasting peace."
Atherton was scheduled to
meet on Dec. 22 with Premier
Yitzhak Rabin and Foreign Min-
ister Yigal Allon. The Security
Council debate and the PLO's
participation in it were expect-
ed to be the main subject of
their talks.
Continued on Page 2-



Page 2
The Jewish Floridian Offfl Shofttr -of Hollywood
Friday, JaHuary 2, 197*
City of Hollywood Officially Opposes
UN9s Condemnation of Zionism
*
The Hollywood City Commission on Dec. 3 passed and
adopted a resolution expressing its opposition to the UN
resolution describing Zionism as a form of racial discrim-
ination.
The Hollywood resolution, signed by Mayor David R.
Keating, provides directives to the City Clerk, Betty R.
Derengton, to forward copies to local and national officials.
The instrument, which follows, was prepared hy J.
Bart Budetti, City Attorney
RESOLUTION NO. R-7-2
WHEREAS, the City Commis-
sion of the City of Hollywood.
Florida, consider? the action
taken by the United Nation?
General Assembly by resolution
declaring Zionism as a form o*
racism as shocking and as a
travesty of fact and truth, and
WHEREAS, the City Commis-
sion of the City of HoHywood.
Florida, believes that the action
taken by the United Nation?
General Assembly is an affron!
to the struggle of Jewish pro-It-
throughout the world who have
steadfastly sought to break the
yoke of tyranny aad discrimina-
tion and
WHEREAS, the City Commis-
sion of die City of Hollvwdbd,
Florida, strongb- condemns me
use of the public forum of the
1 ted Nations as a platform to
bbtdgeon the rights, or origin*
of any peoples of this earth, and
WHER-EA4. the Citv CAniflisv
sinn of ihe City of Hollywood,
Florivja, wishes to by resolution
express its Strong opposition to
and dlstnpointmcnt in the ac-
tion taken by the Unit.-d Nations
General Assembly, said Assem-
bly having been created ad
all men would have a public
forum and that the world would
best bo served by the imple-
mentation of this concept to
promote world peace and under-
standing, and
WHEREAS, the City Commis-
sion of the Citv of Hof!vwood.
Florida, concl'ides that the nns-
saae nf this resolution is in fact
a blatant form of racism ex-
pressing discrimination and bias
in its wo-st form, and most irra-
tional form.
NOW. THKPET'ORE BE IT
REcOIA'KP BY THE CITY
COMMISSION OF THE ftTY
OF HOLLYWOOD. FLORIDA:
Section 1: That the Citv Com-
mission of the City of Holly-
wood, Florida, strongly d;s-
agrees with the action of the
poqereJ Assembly of the Unit-d
NutiniM taken in the form of a
resolution which labeled Zion-
ism as a fbrm of racism.
Section 2: That the City Com-
Re*+-A-Car
LOW AS
$7 A DAY
7c Per Mile
(100 Mi Radio.,
We Honor BankAnnncird. Matter
Charge. Cirt. B'tnche and
Dintrj Club
CAR-BELL
MOTORS
520 S. Dixie Hwy.. Hollywood
920-4141
J.F.
Jewish
Civilization
It's alf tfifrf in the
Eocyrlopaedu
tfitlaaVa.
For fr#' color
forn* hu
:il! (995) 5344151
or srHte: '. 1. s..r- 2fl I neoIn R-J MR it 1J9
PAYMFVr ArrwPTKn
IN ISRAEL ROVT)!
mission of the City of Holly-
wood, Floriaa. concludes that
Zionism, rather than being a
form of racism, is a movement
of national liberation of the
.Jewish people and is in fact rep-
resentative of the struggle of
all people who are oppressed.
Section 3: That the City Clerk
of the City of Hollywood, Flor-
ida, is directed to fotwlrd a
certified coaly df tHis resolution
to the Chart-man df the Breward
County Board of County Com-
missioners, to all municipalities
within Bcoward County, Florida,
to the Florida Congressiona
Delegation, to the United States
Ambassador to the United Na-
tions, and to the President of
the United States and such other
officials and persons as the City
Commission may deem advis-
able
Section 4: That this resolu-
tion shall be in full force and ef-
fect immediately upon its pas-
sage and adoption.
Abe and Cccile Cohen received the State of Israel Soli-
darity Award from chairman Juliits Freilich (right) at
the Aquarius ''Night in Israel" held in November on
behal) '/ the South FU-rida brad Bond Organization
campaign-
Mrs. Tina Peyton, cochairlady, and Joseph N. Patterson,
chairman, presented the State of Israel Solidarity Award
to Den Axelrod (right) at the Diplomat Towers "Night
in Israel," Dec. /.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schakne (center) received the
State of Israel Solidarity Award at the Galahad III "Night
in Israel" Dec. 15. Making the preser.tatidn on behalf of
the South Florida Israel Bond Organization were co-
chairmen Jules Gordon (left) and Jacob D. Mcnkes.
Wa traditional^
1 jewish life
awaits you in
south florida
Uounq UA\a&[
of czHolluwood
will welcome you
and will help you settle
synagogue rabbi in residence
complete recreation facilities
educational 4 social activities
kosher provisions nearby
a growing jewish community
in the center of south florida
THE OAKS
condominium
pre!eri! home ol
jjoiino Q\iatl of cMcfftiivood
Moshe Bomzer, Rabbi
A nrpijed number ol rtiodestty priced
1 2 & 3 bedfobm
condominium apartments are available
For an appointment or (urther mlormatior
write or phone
THEOA'S
4111 stiri.ng Road
Fort Lauderdale. Florida 3314
Broward 791-1870 Dade 944-0416
&.
A
Atherton in Tel Aviv Talks
With Rabin and Allon
Continued from Page 1
Is'-a-'l has serve'; notice that
it would boycott the debate if
thr PLO is present.
That issue was olaO reported-
ly the main subject of Ath.-r-
ton's talks in Caii 1 on Dec. 21
with Ffcypti in Foreign Minister
Ismail Fahmi.
Fjihmi said afteru art that the
exchange of views ha 1 been ast-
ral but adrted nothing new He
said the situation with resaect
to the Security Council debate
would become clearer next
mrthth.
Bayh Says Strong Israel
Is Best Hope for Peace
NEW YORK (JTA) Sen.
Birch Bayh (D.-Ind.) declared
on Sunday that the United
States "must maintain the mili-
tary strength of Israel and as-
sist 1 in her economic develop-
ment" be&ttse "a strong Isra-.-l
is still the best deterrent to ag-
gression and the best hone for
a lasting pence agreement."
Addressing a dinner of Ha-
poel Raii7*ac'u Women's Or-
ganisation. Bayh warne-i that I
the Fo-d Administration ha |
failed to recognise the emenj-
inf.- anns bnbaaiace, in the Mid-
dle East, an intbalance that
threatens to grow more unequal
in the next five years."
BaYh said th* bonds between
Israel and the U.S. are unspoken
and tbit "the affinity that we
share Is implicit."
Riversides
two new chapels in
Hollywood ana Sunrise
serve the needs of
the entire
Jewish community in
Broward County.
7n the} loltiiuood and Hatldndale areas:
5801 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood.
9201010
In the Fort Lauderdale area:
1171 Northwest 61st Ave.( Sunset Strip).Sunrise
584-6060
RIVERSIDE
Memorial Chapel. Inc I uneial Directors
Othtit Riverside chapels in South Florida are located in
North Miami Beach. Miami Beach and Miami.
mSa irw He* Yolk Mfiiphwi it* im* chop*h m Manhattan,
Uiuulyi,.BiocuLFdi Kockdway .iiMjwvitdw.ti
Murtjv N HuHr I D
H-l-I-7*
H-l I 7
H-i-a-7a


Lidav. Janua^ 2 l97(>
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Hollywood
Area CM-ffiF Ch'w Named
,w 1^76 Combined 'ev/fch
fcneal-lsracl EmersOTCV Fund
SSSofof SoilUl BfTQM'J w In
I HaBywood Beach hi rise
rhainnan Svdney Holttjrtao has
ppo'.ntcd Julps r.prdH. f-ouis
Jjob.-rman and Philip Olonder
area chairmen.
Otto Sticber, Hallaodate hi-
rise chairman, has appointed
Robert Kolodin, Abe Lewis. Je-
rome Gevirman and Meyer Kup-
lap as area chairmen.
Page 3
PHILIP Ol.ENDER
mm
faBw *fl
BBk


ROUKKf KOLODIN

JEROME GEVIRMAN
OTTO ST1EBER
S. &Nm irsari KUiiOB

KURASH,
Phont 921-2902
WC
Mrs. Golda Meir Honored As
Woman of the Century9
More than 2.200 men and
women, many from Hollvwood
and Hallandale, purchased $3,-
120,000 in State of Israel Bonds
to honor Mrs. Golda Meir and
show their solidarity with Israel
at the "Woman of the Century"
dinner in tribute to Mrs. Meir
on Dec. 17 in the Grand Ball-
room of the Konlainebltau Ho-
tel in Miami Beach.
The occasion, which com-
memorated a quarter-century of
State of Israo. Bonds, featured
Hie peescntation of the Twelve
Tubes of Israel sterling-silver
Kinneret Day School
Soeks Former Students
Kinneret Day School in New
York wants to locate graduates
and former students for par-
ticipation in a sociological study
of the day school role in the
American Jewish community.
Please write to Project Recall.
Kinneret Day School, 2510
Valentine Ave., The Bronx, N.Y.
10458. Give student name (or
maiden name if you have mar-
ried) and years of attendance
or of graduation.
Founded in 1947 by Farband.
Kinneret offers English, He-
brew, Yiddish and Jewish
studies in a modern American
setting.
plaque to Mrs. Meir by Holly-
wood civic leader and resident
Moses Hornstein, chairman of
the Prinme Minister's Club and
Trustees of Israel in South
Broward County for the South
Florida Israel Bond Organiza-
tion.
William Littmap, chairman,
board of governors, South Brow -
ard County, State of Israel
Bonds, delivered the prayer to
the United States. Others on the
dais were members of the Prime
Minister's Club, men and wom-
en who have purchased more
than $25,000 in Israel Bonds.
Representatives included resi-
dents of Aquarius, Diplomat
Towers, Hallmark. Hemispheres,
Galahad complex, Parker com-
plex, and other community
buildings and Jewish organiza-
tions.
In her 40-minute keynote ad-
dress Mrs. Meir recounted how
generations after generations
"found a reason for torturing
the Jew" and stated that "Israel
refuses to be forever dependent
on the grace of people among
whom we live."
Mrs. Meir stressed the urgent
need for Israel Bond purchases
at this critical tim in the na-
tion's history and its need for
world Jewry's support more
than ever.
WILL A HEARING AID HELP YOU ?
Be Positive!
1 n 1 before you buy1
Rent A Hearing Aid
Th.ij Holes Reduce
Competing Sounds
Bar Mitzvah
DARYI. TOOR
Daryl, sen of Mr. and Mrs.
Allan Toor, will be Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday, Jan. 3, at Temple
Beth El.
-it #
STKVEN HARRIS
Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Harris'
son Steven Robert, war Bar
Mitzvah on Dec. 20 at Temple
Beth El, Hollywood.
Steven, an eighth-grader at
University School,' enjoys scuba
diving and tennis, and par-
ticipates in the Hollywood Play-
house.
Guests included bis grand-
mothers Mrs. Nan Grass of Fort
Lauderdale and Mrs. Lillian
Harris of Hollywood, Mr. C.
Reyngoudt of Riverdate, N.J.,
and Mrs. Rita Glosser of Johns-
town, Pa.
I or year* mary (Waring
aid wearers have COTi
Blamed that in n
icommofi situations <.
Deling sounds around
hem are the grt a
'obstacles lo hearing
cu; "iy Ciimcai s'
havi- shown the MAICO
Mark 100 Series hearing
_ aids with patented direc
!^^^ tiQnal microphone s i
do not amodiy folly many ot those distracting irritating sounds
and allow the wearer to hear better more clearly
Will this type ol hearing aid help you Wear onu to- 30 days at a
moderate ren|al charge to tell lor sun- IF YOU DECIDE TO -
THE AID THE FULL HENTAL COST IS APPLIED TO tHS
PURCHASE PRICE H you dgn i Keen the aid youi only com is
the rental charge and there is no lurlher obligation Call to.ia,
for lull information
HOLLYWOOD HEARING AID SERVICE
2124 Hollywood Blvd. Phone 9304338
arnett
diiK
Barnett Bank
of Hollywood
HOT It IN CATSKHIS
10* Unit* in Fallabure. 31 Acre* of
bullfttnaa and land. Sam* ownoe 25
y.afa. Bargain at tlSS^OO. Ch
wcS**fii MAiTf, mm
4*0t S.W. 8 St. Coral Gablaa.
^^ Phone 448-SB*
Lew Bean, Aaeee. Heme.a71.fM*
Tyler Street at 19th Avenue Pnone: 925-8200
IMU-LIFE BODY SHOP
4AV I HtMt tHt Hi*' DitJTi
COLLISION SPECIALIS S
INSUB.ANC* WORK
SPECIALIZING I* O0.--L.T-
WOHH
3 VEAA EXPEDIENCE
2111 S.W. 59 TERR.
1- %. S. Of mtASUHV
V, Bl fc OF 441
CM KRMAN, ffoprietor
| +89-6040 j
I
f
<
Main Office 2429 Hollywood Blvd.
Phone 947-5654 Toll Fret
"'"ley S. Kurash
n Naomi R. Kurath
Our Urge Staff of
Qualified- Aaaocfetea
Ready Serve You.
Need- a Nurse who cares?
"s t-tt'eea genuimj 'xOnr.em aw urxleratapcfino.
n passionate ^tritoJe are important te
'' Almost as Intportajn ji her professional aklll.
'! Podl RNa. 1PN.. ***, Comeanion Sitters
,e Attendants name -eg.itered nurae aucwrviaion.
ioii.o0n you c0 ob^ut nm9d) jpesiel attajqtie/i
" |n 'pital o- nursing home.
'.or night.
MEDICAL PERSONNEL POOL
"A Nation.il Nvmnaj service"
Suite 206,
2500 Hollywood Mvd.
rleilyweed-t?h. t2aV43e30
i


Page *
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Hollywood
Friday, January 2,
t
EDITORIALS
A 'Catch-22' World
The conflicting reports and counter-reports con-
cerning Mexico's vote for the anti-Zionist resolution at
the United Nations leaves the ordinary observer baffled.
The bafflement precedes most of the Jewish organ-
izational efforts to encourage a tourist boycott of Mex-
ico in response to the Mexican vote. In fact, it began
with the Tel Aviv University presentation to President
Echeverria with a distinguished honorary degree.
Already then, the presentation seemed like a jar-
ring note heard against the background of the Mexican
stance at the United Nations. Indeed, it appeared that
Mexico was being honored for joining with the Com-
munist bloc-Third World-Arab clique in its effort to
isolate Israel internationally and to humiliate Jews anti-
Semitically.
The latest Mexican vote would speak for itself if
all of us were not assured just a week ago that the dif-
ferences between Israel and Mexico had been settled
as a "misunderstanding."
What makes it all impossible now is that the Israel
Government itself has apparently let it be known that a
secret agreement between the two countries approved
the latest Mexican anti-Zionist vote at the UN with the
proviso that Mexico would agree never to vote that way
again.
Absurd? "Catch-22"?
Yes and that is why it is almost impossible to say
more than that for now.
*r tr ft
Contagion is Spreading
The first direct consequence of the shameful series
of anti-Zionist resolutions at the United Nations was
the downtown Jerusalem explosion three days later
which killed many people and injured even more. The
most recent was the terrorist murder of Yeshiva students
at Ramat Magshimim.
The General Assembly majority, in adopting the
measures along with two pro-Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization resolutions, were attacking, and continue to
attack, the legitimacy of the State of Israel and of Ju-
daism itself.
The countries that support these resolutions are
giving their approval to terrorists to kill innocent men,
women and children, since after all these innocent men,
women and children are nothing but racists and "set-
tlers," as they call all Israelis.
More to the point now is that such resolutions also
endanger Jewish communities abroad and not alone
in the Soviet Union and Syria, where Jews have long
been harassed and imprisoned.
The contagion is spreading.
Income Tax Woes
There is absolutely nothing mitigating in the grim
economic news coming from Israel these days as the
latest budget and projected unemployment figures in-
dicate.
On the other hand, there is the announcement that
the Income Tax Commission will be auditing the returns
of some 2,200 persons to see if the have been carrying
their fair share.
If nothing else, the announcement demonstrates
that there are at least some Israelis in the high income
bracket a fact one would never be likely to realize
judging either from the grim news or from the hard
realities of daily life in that country.
In fact, the announcement tends to make Israel's
economic squeeze more understandable to the average
American, also struggling under the burden of high
taxes, if not as high as Israel's, and also forever com-
plaining that not enouith people pay their fair share.
wJemsfi Flcridiati
mm* >IM Of Mil All a MUmM
ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT l-37-405
HOLLYWOOD OFFICE Telephooe 37)-4603
P.O. Box 297). Miami. Plouda 33101
All P.O. S57 return* are to be forwarded to
The Jewish Floridian. P.O Box 012973, Miami. OTa 32101.
PRE!) K SIIOCHET SUZANNE SHOCHET SKI-VIA M. THOMPSON
Kdltor and Publisher Executive Editor Assistant to Publisher
The Jewish Floridian Ooei Not Guarantee The Kaahrtlth
(Of The Merchandise Advertised In ita Columns
Published Bi-Weekly
Second Class Postage Paid at Miami. Pis.
kwiKh Federation of South Broward, Inc. SHOFAR EDITORIAL
ADVISORY COMMITTEE Nathan Prt tetter. Chairman; Lew Is B. Conor
Melvln H flaer: Dr Samuel Mellne. DM D
The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly.
Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Sever Arts restore Syndicate,
Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Association, American Associa-
tion of English Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Association.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (Local Area) One Year4.0. Out of Town Upon
Volume 6
Friday, January 2, 1976
Number 27
29 TEVETH 5736
UNESCO
Whistles
Old Tune
PARIS (JTA) Arab and
Socialist delegations attending a
UNESCO conference here plan
to call on the international or-
ganization to fight "Zionism to
the same extent as racism,
apartheid and war propaganda."
The conference is drawing up
draft resolutions for the gen-
eral conference due to take
place next October in Nairobi.
Its resolutions will deal with
the fight against racism, apar-
theid and war propaganda in
the mass media.
AT THE opening session the
Algerian delegation called on
the conference to adopt amend-
ments making the fight against
Zionism mandatory.
The delegate said, "Israel is
an imperialist state. It is ruled
by Zionist ideology which is
comparable to apartheid and
war propaganda."
This stand was supported by
Iraq and the delegate from
Byelorussia. Actual amendments
were presented later when Is-
rael replied.
This is the first time since
UNESCO adopted anti-Israeli
resolutions last November that
an Israeli delegation attended a
UNESCO-sponsored conference.
MOST OF the interest in the
UNESCO building centered,
however, on the resignation of
a senior official, Joel Blocker.
UNESCO's director of informa-
tion.
Blocker, a former nev/sweek
staffer, wrote UNESCO's direc-
tor general Mamdou M'bow to
say he is resigning to protest
the organization's anti-Israeli
resolutions and the General As-
sembly's decision to equate
Zionism with racism.
The 41-year-old Blocker said
his resignation will become ef-
fective on Dec. 31 when he will
return to New York to seek em-
. ployment in his profession.
UNESCO official sources say
however that Blocker's appoint-
ment was terminated last Octo-
ber, before UNESCO adopted
the anti-Israeli resolutions.
These sources imply that
Blocker, who knew his contract
would not be extended, is try-
ing to turn his departure into
a political issue.
Rumania
Liberalism
'A Sham9
TEL AVTV(JTA)Tourists
returning from Rumania have
charged that that country's lib-
eralization of its emigration
policies of Jews seeking to go
to Israel was short-lived and
a sham. According to these
sources, the Rumanian authori-
ties opened the gates only long
enough to secure their much
sought trade agreement with
the United States.
Since then, the Bucharest re-
gime has drastically decreased
the number of new exit visas
and cancelled some of those al-
ready issued, the sources claim-
ed.
XHEY SAID Jews who had
received visas were called in
by the authorities and informed
that the committee which is-
sues exit permits had reversed
its decision and the permits
were cancelled. The number of
Jews allowed to emigrate in
August and September is poor
and the prospects for the fu-
ture) are- very gloomy, th per-
sons just returned' from Ru-
mania reported.
The increase in exit visas
granted Jews and others last
summer was sufficiently im-
pressive to cause Congress to
waive the Jackson Vanik
Amendment to the U.S. Trade
Act and extend most favored
nation status to Rumania.
. tHcidassah Prexy
Denies Accuracy 1
Of News Stories
Continued from Page 1
stood as equating Zionism with
racism or opposing the national
aspirations of the Jewish peo-
ple."
Rabbi Israel M>!ler, chairman
of the Conference of Presidents
of Major American Jewish Or-
ganizations, noted that "we are
deeply disturbed" by the Mexi-
can vote and find it difficult to
understand that Echeverria's
remarks were not reflected in
the Mexican action.
Miller's remarks were echoed
by other Jewish leaders as well
as visiting Israeli tourism minis-
ter Moshe Kol. But in Jerusalem
it was reported that government
officials had been saying pri-
vately that it had been agreed
that Mexico would vote for the
Women's Year resolution since
it had been the host country for
the conference.
But questions were raised
about why the government had
not so informed the Knesset,
the press and American Jewish
leaders.
THE MEXICAN vote wu
plained at the UN by the kfi
Afi^atri0Unt,ry*s ^ration!
Ajda Gbnzales Martinez 2
^.^.W^rament Sup^2
the Mexico City declaration^
being of considerable value Ski
said if Zionism means the S
ization of the national asJJ
tions of the Jewish people |J
delegation's vote on the whs?
resolution should not be inter
preted as accepting the equation
set forth in the two anS
ist paragraphs.
She did not explain, however
why Mexico supported these'
paragraphs in the separate vote.
Israeli Ambassador Chaim Her-
zog, who denounced the resolu-
tion's fcnti-Zionist sections *
"an international scandal i
major proportions." said that
the original purpose of the In-
ternational Women's Year has
the full support of Israel and
that Israe! would continue in
policy of "promoting and main-
gaining the rights of women."
treason s ^jrcetinas
HOLLYWOOD FEDERAL
^^^SAVINGS
Oowntovn Mlywood
1909 Tyler .............................................. 925-8111
rVesf HofiVwootf
5950 Washington Street ........................ 981-2000
Oonio
140 S. Federal ......................................... 923-8241
Davit
6100 Griffin Road .................................... 584-5000
Emerald Hills
4555 Sheridan .......................................... 966-9900
Hallandak
2401 E. Hallandale Beach .................... 920-1616
Miramar
3110 University Drive ............................ 431-1000
N. Biscayne
20091 Biscayne Boulevard .................... 932-1533
Sunns*
7880 W. Oakland Park Boulevard ........ 741-8800
* 4Jfe
Tamarae
8142 N. University Drive ...................... 722-1600
ft. UWeWoft
511 E. Broward Boutevard ............ 463-4282
H-l-J-Ti
H-l-t-TS
H-l-2-7.


iday,
January 2, 1976
The Jewish Flondian and Shofar of Hollywood
Page 5
m
r
*
Levy To Speak At Holocaust Survivor Will Keynote
Hillcrcst Women's,Luncheon
Karen Margulies, Women's Division campaign chairman,
Ls announced that the annual Women's Pacesetters Di-
ririmi luncheon (lor $1,000 contributors) will be held on
Thursday Feb. 19, at the Diplomat Hotel. Guest speaker
iSl be Arlene Strelitz of Norfolk, Va. Cochairmen are
Minn Katz and Eleanor Werner. There will be an or-
ganizational meeting on Monday, Jan. 8, at the Jewish
Federation office. The Pacesetters committee members
L Phyllis Kraemer, Elaine Pittell, Gertrude Entin, Eve-
Z Stieber, Ann Cohn, Carolyn Davis, Gertrude Horn-
siein, Charlotte Shenker.___________^^
Joel Grey Featured at Dinner
On Saturday, Jan. 31, Joel
Grey will entertain at the 17th
annual dinner and show of the
Hollvwood Auxiliary of the Jew-
ish Homt> for the Aged of Great-
er Miami.
Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres
at 6:30 will precede the dinner
in the Scheherezade Room of
the Diplomat Hotel.
Cocktail Party
Eleanor and Paul Weiner will
host a cocktail party in support
of the 1976 Israel Emergency
Fund-United Jewish Appeal,
Jewish Federation of South
Broward, at their home on Jan.
3, at 3 p.m.
The guest speaker is Henry
Levy, former director of Euro-
pean Operation for United Hias
Service and previously in charge
of the JDC in Latin America.
Cochairmen for the Aquarius
building are Julius Freilick and
David Wiggins. Reservations for
the Pacesetters Dinner will be
taken at this time.
New Stone Novel
To Be Reviewed
Mrs. Anne Ackerman will re-
\ tew "Those Who Love" by Irv-
ing Stone at Temple Beth El
Sisterhood's luncheon meeting,
Tuesday, Jan. 13. The book
describes the love story of Abi-
gal and John Adams.
Reservations can be made by
contacting Anna Folfe or Do-
rothy Sham.
The Hillcrest Women's Divi-
sion will hold its 2nd annual
luncheon for the 1976 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emer-
gency Fund on Monday, Jan.
19, at the Hillcrest Country
Club.
Gerda Weissman Klein, a sur-
vivor of the Holocaust and au-
thor of "All But My Life" and
"The Blue Rose," is the keynote
speaker.
Actively involved in commu-
nity affairs, Mrs. Klein is vice
{Breakfast Honors
Mrs. Wildstein
Anne Wildstein will be hon-
ored at a breakfast on Sunday,
Jar.. 11, at the Prcsidental Tow-
ers.
iciest speaker Will be
William Tannenbaum.
Cochairmen are Evelyn Rich-
man and Louis Kosen.
New Plans
Eyed For
Soviet Jews
LOS ANGELES (JTA)
In response to the current step-
ped-up harassment, continued
reoression, drastically reduced
emigration, and denial of hu-
man rights to Soviet Jews, an
unorecedented assembly of Jew-
ish leaders convened tn San
Francisco recently at the
Hyatt Union Square Hotel, it
was announced by Robert M-
Shafton. chairman of the Com-
munity Relations Committee of
the Jewish Federation Council
of Greater Los Angeles Commis-
sion on Soviet Jewry.
Their goal is to formulate new
plans of action to alleviate the
worsening; serious situation and
to make the American public
more aware of the need to bring
an end to the harassment of
Jews in the Soviet Union.
THE CONFERENCE, chaired
bv California Supreme Court
J"tice Stanley Mosk, included
distinguished leaders, Soviet
J'vish experts and leading
American sovernment and oub-
I"'c officials, according to Shaf-
ton.
It also served as a prelude to
the International Conference on
Soviet Jewry, now in the plan-
ning stages, which will take
Place in Brussels in February.
The conference in San Fran-
cisco was part of the "Prisoner
of Conscience Month" from Nov.
15 to Dec. 15 that was an-
nounced in New York by Staji-
W H. Lowell, chairman of the
National Conference on Soviet
Jewry.
president' of the Silver Circle of
Rosary Hill College, and last
year was named "Woman of the
Year" by the Council of Jewish
Women.
Mrs. Klein speaks frequently
at high school, college and inter-
faith meetings, and lectures
throughout the country for UJA,
Bonds of Israel and Hadassah.
Mrs. Klein lives In Buffalo
with her husband and three
children.____
South Broward professional businessmen learned more
about the value in buying State of Israel Bonds from pen-
sion specialist Max Camnt (2nd from right), who flew m
from New York to conduct a pension, profit-sharing and
fiduciary committee meeting on Dec. 4 at the Ocean
Drive Holiday Inn in Hollywood. Among the committee
leaders were (from left) William Liftman, chairman,
board of governors, South Broward County; Moses Horn-
stein, chairman, Prime Minister's Club; Camhi; and Ar-
thur Kail, cochairman of Young Leadership, South Brow-
ard County, State of Israel Bonds. ^__________
Season's Greetings *;
and
Israel's fourth Prime Minister, Mrs. Golda Meir re-
-=,-r mslsm*s sg
Bond Organization.
Moses Hornstein (right) presented *****
ine-silvcr Twelve Tribes of Israel award to Mrs. Meir
^founder of the State of Israel Bonds WjMgj
Meir was honored as "Woman of the Century" at a dm-
neTamnSeTby 2,2000 men ondJor^epresentiM
South Florida's Jewish community on Dec. 17 at tne
FontaineblZ Hotel. Over $3 million in Israel Bonds
we7e purchased at the event, whu:h commemorated 25
years of State of Israel Bonds.
1
Best Wishes
to the Jewish Community
BURTON
SILNUTZER INC.
Seafood
Fresh Water & Salt Water
4200 Westroads Drive
Park 33407
Mangonia



-!-


Page 6
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Hollywood
Friday, January 2,
197*1
The Hostesses.
\VV i'csi No 61J members (from left) Peter Dluenstein.
ul/j. feld, Jack Herman and Mike
. agd/inoff, 'tr.mauder.
Religious
Services
MAllANDAlf
HAlLANOALE JEWISH CENTER
(ConMfwItini. 416 NE Sth Av
Raboi Harry E. Schwartx, Can tee
Jacob Dnxcar
NORTH MIAMI Bf ACH
SINAI (Temple) of NOR" M DAOI
iSPOt NE 2nd Ave. Refcrm R.bbl
Raion >. Kinaaley, Cantor Irvine
Shulke..
NORTH MOWAIB
CORAL SPRINGS HEBRi V CON-
CREOATION. Reform. J/21 N.W.
100th Ava itabbi Max Wi lU. 44
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER, 8794
N w trth St ,'Conaarvaciva) RaB-
bi Mil tan J. Groaa.
Hourwooo
VOl'NQ ISRAEL OF HOI -YWOOD.
:Orthadox). 3891 Starling Rd. op.
poaita Hollywood Hllla High School
Prei.aant Or. Frank Stein.
m-----
rEMPLE BETH EL (Reform) 13*1 6
lth Ava.. Hollywood. Rabbi Samuel
Jaffa. Aaaiatant Rabbi Harvey M.
Rosenfeld.
PLANTATION
PLANTATION JEWISH ONGRK
rT on. 400 Sooth Nob nIII Hoaa,
P i it.oo Rabbi Arthui Mbnam.
BETH SHALOM (TgmpM) Comarvg.
five. 4401 Arthur Bt. Rabbi Morta*
MaiavaKy, Cantor irving Oold.
TEMPLE BETH AHM (Conservative)
810 SW (2nd Ava.. Hollywood.
TEiMOLE SINAI iCenaarvative). 120
Jahnaon St Rabbi David Shaoire,
AtaodiaU .abbi Cbalm 8. L.etfieid.
Cantor "aHuda HaUbraua
K1 f* ^m'
3r*. ''-** faWMP*

Dr. Morion Malavsky (left)
and Col. Naum Alshanskv.
From left: Gail Spatz, Roberta Karch and Soviet com-
mittee COChatrman Jack Herman. The committee chair-
mn is Elaine l'ittell.
Stand Fast,
Zionist Unit
Urges Jews
JERUSALEM i.ITA) -- The
V'orld Zionist Organization
F cecutive issued a call to the
i itire Jewish people to stand
f. -it against the anti-Zionist and
anti-Semitic attack" adopted bj
I e Geneajd Assembly's Third
C immirtee
All Jews around the world
were urged to wear lapel but-
tons carrying the legend: "I am
Zionist."
ACTING WZO chairman Leon
Diilzin and Avrahatn Shenker,
head of the WZO information
<' partment, announced the
hvorld-wide effort to newsmen
i' Jerusalem.
The WZO Executive pointed
pot in a statement that the re-
quired two-thirds majority for
plenary vote at the Assem-
bly is not yet guaranteed for
t) Arabs.
Therefore. Jewish communi-
ties and organizations around
world must redouble their
efforts to persuade wavering
ernments, bv bringing the
< eight of enlightened public
inion to bear, to desist from
"uting the Arabs, the state-
nt said.
THE EXECUTIVE resolved to
lie its thanks to U.S. Ambas-
5.- dor Daniel Moynihan for his
stand during the debate, and
" to inform the Ambassadors
Israel of all states who had
d the resolution of the
O's appreciation.
The Jewish communities of
izil, Chile and Mexico, whose
ernments supported the
<' r the highest levels to try to
f cure a change of stance at the
O-eneral Assembly.
A resolution condemning the
I :J action was also adopted by
ie Jewish Agency Board of
* ^'vwi'ooiej
TEMPLS SOLEL (Liberal). 6100 Shec-
dam at.. Hollywood. Rabbi Robert
Frarin. 41-0
TCMPLS. :*AKV. (Cenee.vatlva)
4*20 B*V aMh St. Raool Avrern
nrassjr
MMMOM r MS
Tf.HPi.rn. IN THE PINES tCenaerva.
five) ISM n. Univeraity Or.. Pen..
broke *lnea. Rabbi Sidney Lwbin.
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
ill
29 TEVETrl 5:22
W
DR. BARRY R. BLOCK
DR. ELLIS L. JACOBS
Podiatrists
announces the relocation of the
2122 Hollywood E^puleyerd office to
their present. location at:
1011 South Federal Hi f* way
Hollywood, FU. 33010
930-1700
community

.

i^*j*J^c;
HARDWAII ft PAINT, IMC
HOUSEWAJKS ft P
MCfUMCOt
PATIO ft tlHtTTf nmitnm
ATH/aO)ST SHOP
Beaded Windows Royn DIvIbm
Window Shade* Artificial IfawM
Drapery teds Folia**
Wallpaper PI.*..
Key A Lfc Worfc f 1| fmulHM
itore Hours 7 30 A.M. ft P.M.
111 EAST tEftCM MNrLEVMt
MALIAftOALE, FLORID*
PHOHE

JANUARY 4
Jewish Worship Hour, Channel 10. Guests are Cantor He I
braun and Rabbi David Shapiro of Temnle ;
Hollywood9:30 a.m. ""'
JANUARY S
National Council of Jewish Women, MeetingTemple s
nai. 12:30 p.m. Speaker, Hon. David J. Lehman, State
Representative.
Temple Beth Shalom Sisterhood Meeting8 p.m.
Temple Beth El Brotherhood Board Meeting8 p.n,
Temple Sinai PTA General Meeting8 pm
JANUARY 6
Broward County Women's American ORT Luncheon, Di-
plomat Hotelnoon.
Temple Beth El Sisterhood Board Meeting. Coffee, 9:3o
a.m.. Meeting, 10 a.m.
Temple Sinai, Hollywood, Sisterhood Meeting, Haber Ka
Hall8 p.m. ^
JANUARY 7
Miramar Chapter Pioneer Women Paid-Up Membership
Tea, Miramar Recreation Center12:30 p.m.
Temple Sinai, Hollywood, Adult Education classes resume
JANUARY 8
Temple Sinai, Hollywood, Book Review8 pm
JANUARY 9
Temple Beth Shalom Sisterhood Shabbatregular services
dedicated to Sisterhood.
JANUARY 10
Pacesetter Dinner, Diplomat Hotel6 p.m.
JANUARY 11
Temple Sinai, Hollywood. Combined Men's Club and ZOA
Breakfast9:30 a.m.
JANUARY 12
Aviva B!nai B'rith Rummage Sale, West Hollywood Civic
Center9 a.m.
JANUARY 13
Temple Beth El Sisterhood Luncheon Meeting
JANUARY 15
Jewish Home for Aged. Hollywood Auxiliary Meeting-
10:30 a.m.
JANUARY 19
National Council of Jewish Women Discussion Group,
Home Federal Building1 p.m.
JANUARY 21
Beach Group Hadaasah of Hollywood Meeting, Galahad
South Social Hall12:30 p.m.
JANUARY 23
National Council of Jewish Women Council Sabbath.
JANUARY U
National Council of Jewish Women Hollywood. Board
Meeting, Home Federal Building10 a.in
JANUARY 28
National Council of Jewish Women, Hollywood, Annual
Mental Health Forum, South Florida. State Huspital-
9 a.m., Registration 8:30 a.nu
']..
DR. HAROLD C. NEHLEBER
ANNOUNCE5 THE OPENING Of HIS
NEW OFHCE FOR THE PRACTICE OF
PODIATRY & FOOT SURGERY
PODIATRY ARTS BUILDING
223 E. HALLANDAli BEACH BLVD.
SMITE A
MALLANDAUx, FLORIDA 33009
925-3094
ULU....IJ -
A Showing of Unique
Skirt and Slack
Ensembles y
Pierre Cardin
Chris Allan
Lady Hemispheres
Lower Lobby-1950 S. Ocmm Drive, Hallandalt
Parking Validated 920,207/,
H-l-t-T*
H-l-1-7*
H-l-J-74


riday.
January 2, 1976
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Hollywood
i age 7
''WWWWA^r'^.
? Ask Abe ?
by ABE HAIPERN
WVV-V-NC-V
Former Russian Arnty -Colonel
Describes Soviet Jewish Life
By
ABE HALPERN
n Is the legend of the Tbirty-
|k'jut and Righteous Men
Wly a folktale or is there any
tntion of its In our Scriptures
i commentaries?
Ben Young
ll.illandale. Florida
A The ThTirty-Six Just and
(ahieous Men are known in
Hebrew as the Lamed-Vav Zad-
lilcim. La mod-Vav are two He-
Lew letters with a numerical
due of thirty-six. The Yiddish
pronunciation is Lamed-Vov
ml one <>f these is referred to
I a Lamedvovriik. Another He-
Jrew ck'sienation for one of
V .. Zaddikim is Nistar (hid-
Jtii or secret saint).
This folktale is based on the
leg.-nd. "The world
upon thirty-six Just
I amed-Vov, indistin-
[ im simple mortals;
i e unaware of their
kb'.ion. But if just one of them
Vere lac; ing, the sufferings of
nan-mJ would poison even the
jouls of the newborn, and hu-
manity would suffocate with a
Lngle cry. For the Lamed-Vov
ire the hearts of the world mul-
tiplied, and into them, as into
bn receptacle, pour all our
krefs" f'The Last of the Just"
pi Andre Schwarz-Bart, pp.
m
Thirty-sis is the minimal
\ ol anonymous Just and
ItigSteous Men living in the
(iOrld in every generation. Ac-
lordinr to tin* legend, they are
Brivilegcd to see the Shechinah
(Divine Presence) and the
frorld exists on their merit.
The origin of the legend is
hot certain. Many suggestions
pave been made hi the study
die origin of this number
pMd-its meaning The majority
* of the opinion that the origin
not Jewish. According to G.
fchotem. it Is drawn from the
itrological bthef in 36 celestial
Beacons, each of which rales
len days of the year and, thus.
len decrees of the consteNa-
fions. This belief was ajlso #i*e-1
"ead m Western Hellenistic i
ulture and in "oridrital teach
rss. Others conjectures have
oo been raised, but the subject
tmains unclear .
ling to Jewish felklore
" -lints, called in Yid-
dish. l.meavovnik8, were rc-
Jnonsihle tor the fate of the
wld and one of them is con-
'dered to be the Messiah. The
ilea is not found among oriental
pews. The Lamedvovnik was
pnoticed by other men because
of his humble nature and voca-
tion. Lamedvovniks figured in
kubbalistic folk legend of the
16th-17th centuries end in ha-
sidic lore from the end of the
18th century. At times of great
peril, however, the Lamedvov-
nikk makes a dramatic ap-
pearance, using his hidden pow-
ers to defeat the enemies of
Israel, after which he returns,
as mysteriously as he came, to
his wonted obscurity" (Encyclo-
paedia Judaica, pp. 1367-1368).
There is a passage in the Tal-
mud which specuically men-
tions the Thirty-Six. The sages
of the Talmud in a discussion
about the coming of the Messiah
and God's relation to the wavs
of His people refer to a passage
in the Prophetic Book of Isaian,
chapter 30:18. This verse is in-
terpreted by some authorities to
mean that God's graciousness
and mercy are promised and
that the Lord will expectantly
wait in order to show His graci-
ousness and compassion. The
verse in Isaiah concludes with
four Hebrew words, "Happy are
all who wait for Him." In He-
brew for Him is one word, and
is pronounced lo. It is spelled
with two letters, a Lamed and
a Vav.
The Amora Tbbaye is quoted
in a comment about this pro-
phetic passage in the Gemara
portion of the Talmud as fol-
lows: "There are no less than
Thirty-Six Righteous and Just
hi every generation who receive
the Sheehinah (Divine Pres-
ence) as it is stated 'Happy are
all who wait for Him.' The
Gematria (numerical value) for
lo-Lamed Vav equals thirty-six"
(Tractate SanHedrin 97b).
Amora (from the Hebrew-
Aramaic "Amar," to speak, in-
terpret; pi. "Amoraim") is a
title given to Jewish scholars
aftd teachers m Palestine and
Babylonia during the third to
the sixth centuries of the com-
mon era. Their intellectual ac-
tivity is recorded in the Gemara
I
portion of the Talmud. They are
thus distinguished from the
teachers of the Mishnah portion
of the Talmud, who are called
Tanna (pi. "Tannaim").
A similar passage also quot-
ing the Amora Abbaye is fotrnd
in another tractate of the Baby-
lonian Talmud (Sukah 45b).
The number thirty-six is not
accepted by all authorities.
There are references to thirty
and forty-five of these Zaddi-
kim. The number thirty-six how-
ever is attributed to the later
Kabbalah (Jewish mysticism)
which adopted it. The name
Lamed-Vav Zaddikim and the
number thirty-six became pop-
ular. This theme inspired many
tales and stories.
Andre Schwab-Bart uses this
legend as the basis for his novel
"The Last o fthc Just." How-
ever, he treats it in a totally
alien way to the Jewish spirit.
He suggests in the novel that
the Thirty-Six Saints were a
long and tragic dynasty, and
that each Lamedvavnick through
the centuries inherited his sta-
tion in life as one of the Thirty-
Six from his father. Further-
more he impltes that each gen-
eration Lamedvovnik was priv-
ileged (sic) to become a martyr.
Nevertheless the novel is one of
the great books of our era. It is
one of the most crushing indict-
ments of humanity. Not only
the evil as manifested by the
Nazi beast and the holocaust of
the Hitler era. but also an
indictment against all humanity
including the so-called benign
Western civilization.
The novel is also a panoramic
review of the history, life and
persecution of the Jews of the
last nine centuries, and ends in
the gas chambers in Auschwitz.
Editor's note: Send all ques-
tions to:
77? ASK ABE ???
c/o Jewish Federation of
South Broward
2838 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, Florida
rn mm I
A nlen for human rights on
behalf of Soviet and Syrian Jew -
munity relations committee of
the Jewish Federation of South
Browird on Sunday, Dec. 14 at
Temple Sinai.
Kcvnnte speaker Naum Al-
shansky, a Russian Army co-
lonel, described his life as a
soldier in the Soviet Union. Col.
Alshansky served 26 years in
the Russian military and had
won the Order of the Red Ban-
ner, one of the Soviet Union's
highest awards, for his service
during World War II.
AlsbonsKy became alienated
from the Communist way of life
and began to feel an increasing
need to identify with his Jew-
ish ness. As he expanded his
knowledge of Judaism, he be-
gan to discuss his philosophy
openely. That is when author-
ities conceited a campaign of
harassment aimed at Alshansky
and his eolleagnes.
THIS CAMPAIGN culminated
in threats of a major-trial in
May! IsrT.l More than KM Jew-
ish activWs Were allegedly 'Im-
plicated*' in the trial, will** w*s
suspended only after publicity
in the West drew loud protests
ag^nst the planned persecu-
tion. Alshansky was kept under
constant surveillance.
In March, 1974, in a drama vc
gesture, Col. Alshansky Mrmal-
ly renounced his Soviet cttiaen-
shin and handed back 1- -
medals, expressing protest- at
official refusals to allow him Jo
emigrate to Israel. The gesture
was made at the Moscow reflec-
tion rooms of the Supreme "So-
viet Presidium.
In 197*5 the Alshansky family
was permitted to emigrate. :o
Israel.
"American Jews should real-
ize their good fortune of livirx
in a free society." Alshansky
said. "You can proclaim yo
Jewlshness from the roof to i -
yet S" msny choose to hide th.
i-.lentity."
"As American Jews you b-n
help The Jews in the Soy '
Union and others who live
oppressedTountries thrdiih your
finan* "our wo-k
with ortwinvstinns Hie the u.\
sponsoring this evening," Mr
ghansVv cmr-luxled.
!------------------------------------------------------------1-----------------------------------------------------------.
Ford Rebukes Israel-Again
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (.IT A)
President Ford rebuked the
government of Israel on Mon-
day for the second time in less
than four months for what he
described as "leakage'' of in-
formation concerning diploma-
tic exchanges between the
United States and Israel.
THE- STATEMENT fftlowc I
a report in the Israeli news;
per Maanv that Secretary of
State Henry A Kissinger sad
sent a message to Israeli For-
eign Minister Yigal Allon in
which he criticized a new Is-
raeli settlement on the Mb
Heiu'Us
The State Department on
Tuesday declared to newsmen:
"The President ha"s authorised
the "Btate. Department to state,
we strongly deplore this con-!
>t*t leakage of most confiden-
tial information. The Depart-
ment has conveyed a message
from the President to the ls-J
raeli govVrfmie-t eenveying-t
these views."
PALMERS
MIAMI MONbMtNT COMPANY
J
PER5CNALIZED MEMORIALS
Ct'STOM CRAFTED
IN OUR WORKSHOP
444S?i Broward S25-59S1
327* 6.W. 8th ST.. MIAMI
Stephen Jk ^/(cton
PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY
91ft TAFT STflEET.
PEMBROKE PINES (In the Holiday Center)
Weddings Family Portraits All Occasions
DADE:
625-8637
BROWARD:
966-9196
Season's Greetings


4900 GRIFFIN ROAD. HOLLYWOOD. FLORIDA
Temple 3etk 1
The aH-Jewwh cemetery in Broward ^X?%*-
County. Peaceful surroundings, beau- ^V^T^v7!* V"
tifolly landscaped, perpetual care,-re*- ^v
sontbly priced.
For irtformwian csH: 9*0-8225 or writ*-.
tS9t S. 14th Vtf. HOLt.^rYIOOO, flOPHDA 99020
flBakSk >alita*iaV^a> NAME;
ADORESS: ________________;____i_____PHONE: _ir
w&
jftivy II AltmvTT?
^
-m
3292 S. UNIVERSITY DRIVE (Miranwr Pkwy. Pla)
431-2745
Open 7 to 7 Tues. thru Sun Closed Monday
*r*
| GARDEN t P001 SUPPLIES
n PLUMBING SUPPLIES
Pa P.V.C. SUPPIIES
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
wjooo niMS sroai
5W
KEEP AMERICA BEAUTIFUL"
Liceass PMo
WITH THIS FTCRTDIAN COUPCN



Page 8
The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Hollywood
Friday, January 3
k Dulzin Critical of Israel's
|P Propaganda Failure
Continued from Page 1-
Party's candidate for the post.
While he did not mention the
candidate's name, it was an ap-
parent allusion to Haifa Mayor
Josef Almogi. Dulzin said that
while the WZO and the Jewish
Agency must cooperate with the
government, they are not part
of the government.
He predicted that when the
110 members of the Zionist Ac-
tion Committee meet next month
to elect the WZO chairman, the
eventual winner will be elected
by only six to seven votes.
DULZIN praised the recent
world Jewish "summit" held in
Jerusalem, noting that for the
first time the Zionist organiza-
tions were treated as equal to
the government of Israel. Bat
he said he was disappointed that
it had not taken concrete action
for a propaganda counter-attack
to the anti-Zionist campaign.
In a brief interview with the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
shortly after he spoke to the
ZOA, Dulzin praised the United
Jewish appeal national confer-
ence which he attended over the
weekend.
'Tor the first time, I at-
tended a UJA conference that
was openly and outspokenly a
Zionist conference." he said.
HE SAID the UJA delegates
had expressed solidarity with
Israel and the Jewish people,
and he believed they would not
fail in reaching their 1976 goal
of $600 million. Dulzin said he
was also impressed la visits
around the country with the
emergence of young Jewish
leaders who are in their 30s'
and 40's.
However, Dulzin said he
would like to see American Jew-
ry dedicate a greater part of
its funds to Jewish education.
He said for Zionists the two
greatest "Mitzvot" are Jewish
education and Aliya.
DURING the ZOA meeting,
Dr. Joseph P. Sternstein. ZOA
president, attacked the "in-
ability of Israel to paniculate
its position effectively."
He said, "Were Israel to pre-
sent a coherent tough stance,
the Israel position and view
would be strengthened in Wash-
ington."
Mexico Votes for Resolution
Condemning Zionism
Continued from Page 1*
of the declaration. She did not
explain, however, why Mexico
supported those paragraphs in
the separate vote.
In addition to Israel, the
countries that voted against the
anti-Zionist paragraphs were:
Australia, Barbados, Belgium,
Canada, Central African Repub-
lic, Chile, Costa Rica, Denmark,
France, West Germany, Haiti,
Honduras, Ireland, Italy, Liberia,
Luxembourg. Malawi, Nether-
lands, Nicaragua, Norway, Pa-
raguay, United Kingdom and
United States. The same coun-
tries, plus Bahamas, El Salvador
and Gabon, abstained on the
overall resolution.
THE COUNTRIES that ab-
NEW!
Acoustical Vinyl
CEILING SPRAY
Give New Ufa to Old or Cracked Ceilings
^OFFICES ^ HOMES # NEW CONSTRUCTION
CAU, FOR FRE ESTIMATE 989-39*3
* BOWERS & SONS
II.....1*1i
Which Master's Degree
Should You Have?
NOVA UNIVERSITY
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
FOR APPLIED DECISION MAKING
MASTER OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
FOR MANAGING PEOPLE
NfM URMiMty with both srsfrsms, bat opttans to dcvclsa pnitannM
management m a nrMy tt wfMuatiMMl
Em sh graiiutt credits by attending (our weekend seminars wary tmat
Mate! 36 how total rttuicement.
New Classes begm in Jamjary Visit* CaN ar Ntttt
3301 Cortege fcwaat, Ft Undafd*. R& 33314
bVoward 517-MM MtMS-Ult
**

stained on the anti-Zionist para-
graphs were: Austria, Bahamas,;
Bhutan, Bolivia, Colombia, Do-
minican Republic. El Salvador,
Ethiopia, Fiji, Finland, Gabon.
Greece, Iceland, Ivory Coast,
Japan, New Zealand, Papua-New
Guinea, Portugal, Sierra Leone.
Singapore, Spain, Swaziland.
Sweden, Togo, Uruguay and
Zaire.
In his statement prior to the
voting, Israel's Ambassador to
the UN, Chaim Herzog, an-
nounced that his country would
vote against both the anti-Zion-:
ist paragraphs and the resolu-'
tion as a whole which incor-'
porated them. He made it clear,
however, that the original pur-
poses of the International Worn-.
eft's Year have the'faff support!
of Israel and that Israel would!
continue its policy of "promot-1
ing and maintaining the rights;
ot women."
New Year Greetings
SEA AIR TOWERS
RESTAURANT
3725 South Ocean Drive
Telephone 9204192
HOLLYWOOD

LFTTfR TO TUB fWT0R
Badge of Honor
Editor, Jewish Floridian-Shofar:
We have been advised by the
Zionist Information Service that
one aspect of the response to
the United Nations resolution
equating Zionism with racism
has been a gratifying growth in
membershiD of the ZOA.
Thousands of buttons stating
7iopici Is A R*dfe Of Honor"
have been distributed but num-
bers oi actuil members is the
thing that will count.
In Boston a large Conserva-
tive Synagogue. Temple Emeth
of Chestnut Hill, Mass., whose
spiritual leader is Rah* ,
KL NePaon. voted ,, Jj'
ZOA as a body. m
In Wilkes-Barre pa
lively small Jewish comlj
over 140 new members3
in response to a letter hJ
Kabbi Abraham D. %mM
Temple Israel addressed)!/
members of his congreai
This is true of many m*!
the country. "*
It is our hope that the I
Jewish community of Bn
County will sign on the dosl
line. Numbers count morel
today than ever before.
Israel Tour Has Space Available
Dr. Morton Malavsky of Tem-
ple Beth Shalom has announced
that the February tour to Israel
has room for several more cou-
ples. The 11-day trip will in-
clude deluxe accommodations
at the Plaza Hotel in Tel Aviv
and Jerusalem. This trip
offer an opportunity to 1
with government officials.
The cost of the trip it |
per person. Tour arrange
can be made with
Peters Tours.
MEYER
AIR CONDITIONING
"Ask Your Neighbor About Meyer*
Since 1952
CUT YOUR ELECTRIC BILL
Have your system tuned up by a profe
923-4710 -PHONES- 925.0112]
APPROVED
CONTROL MODIFICATION
That Increases Gat Mileage and Horsepowtv
THE DYNOMOMETER TUNE-UP SPECIALIST
INCREASE GAS MILEAGE MPROVE ENGINE
PERFORMANCE NEW CAR WARRANTIES NOT AF-
FECTED EMISSION STANDARDS MET
FREE
DYNOMOMETER DIAGNOSTIC
CHECK OF THE CARBURETOR,
DISTRIBUTOR AND EMISSION
SYSTEM, BY APPOINTMENT
ONLY. ____
AUTO TECHNICAL
ASSOCIATES
2041 Hayes St., Hollywood, Florida
921-2211
Major Tune Ups
Front End Alignment and Brake
Air Condttiontng Service
Minor Tune Up*
Service
ot BB.B
NOW SHIPPING
MINEOLA TANGELOS
ANGIE'S GROVES
BONDED GIFT FRUIT SHIPPERS
1328 SOUTH FEDERAL HIGHWAY
PHONE: 927-5447
1 LB. COCONUT PATTIES $jj
Shipping Pink and While Seedku
Grapefruit, and Navel Oranges
Indian River Finest


Full Text
xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8
REPORT xmlns http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitssdaitssReport.xsd
INGEST IEID ERYCG5VDK_Q1G8GC INGEST_TIME 2013-05-25T00:00:29Z PACKAGE AA00014307_00135
AGREEMENT_INFO ACCOUNT UF PROJECT UFDC
FILES