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February 26, 1960 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-02-26

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Jan Peerce, famed Metropol-
itan Opera tenor, will conduct
t h e Passover
%.*Sedorim at
t h e Carillon
Hotel, Miami
Beach, Fla.
The event is
being herald-
ed as a high
point in Miami
Beach Pass-
o v e r observ-
ances. A de-
vout Jew,
steeped in the
rich heritage
Peerce of his religion;
Peerce will chant the ritual sup-
ported by a full choir. The tra 7
ditional dinner, ushering in the
Passover season April 11 and
12, will be open to the public,
with dietary laws strictly ad-
hered to under rabbinical su-
pervision.

1 Soviet Paper Attacks Synagogue in Minsk

BY HENRY LEONARD

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MIAMI BEACH — Baseball
fans can. preview half the big
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son while enjoying the sunshine
of Miami Beach this spring.
Both last fall's World's Se-
ries squads will be seen in ac-
tion, the White Sox on March
19 and 20 and the Dodgers on
March 25 against the Baltimore
Orioles, under former Detroit
Tiger, Paul Richards.
Vieing with baseball for the
attention of the sports-minded
will be thoroughbred racing at
Gulfstream Park, - where the
ponies will move at the close of
Hialeah March 2. The Gulf-
stream program will continue
through April 23, featured by
the $100.000 Florida Derby.
Other events for March vaca-
tioners here include greyhound
racing and jai alai nightly; box-
ing exhibitions in the municipal
auditorium, where concerts also
will be held as well as varied
special attractions. Golf, swim-
ming, tennis, sightseeing, fish-
ing and the night clubs provide
plenty of entertainment as part
of the year-'round holidayers'
schedule in this sub-tropic is-
land resort.

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You'll enjoy an enchanting whirl of fun planned for all ages!
And in April...there'll be EASTER festivities, and the
traditional PASSOVER SEDER, presided over by Cantor
Herbert Richard Brown, with a world - renowned choir.
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Visitors stopping anywhere
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essful Year

cumcision "at 500 rubles a
case." The article quoted a syn-
agogue le, ler as indicating that
there were still Jews in Minsk
who wanted the religious cere-
mony and that he was sure the
mohel "will manage to find
some more."

FRANKFURT, (JTA)—Radio
Liberty reported that another
attack on the Jewish religion
has been published in the SOV-
let newspaper, Sovetskaya Bye-
lorussia, the official daily organ
of the Byelorussian Communist
Party Central Committee.
The article, "Under the
Arches of the Synagogue." de-
scribed "venality and corrup-
tion" in the Minsk synagogue
and charged that worshippers
were being cheated by a "small
clique" which overcharged for
seats and for the right to read
certain prayers and that the
clique staged "drinking parties"
in the synagogue after services.
The article reported that
"the clique" at one time con-
sidered the problem of Aron
Lipschitz of Vilna, a mohel who
wanted to establish himself in
Minsk and perform ritual cir-

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11 —TH E DETROIT JE WISH NEWS—Friday, February 26, 1960

Peerce to Conduct
Passover Sedorim
in Miami Beach

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