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Does Day of Birth Aff ect A Child's Destiny?
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
(Copyright, 1961,•Jewish Telegraphic
that the hour of birth was more
effective than the day of birth, or
claiming that the - time had no
effect whatsoever since the des-
tiny of Israel is not governed by
Even of the aforementioned
days there are varied versions in
the Zohar Chadash and the Tik-
The *Talmud (Bavli, Sabbath
156a) records a description of
By HAROLD U. RIBALOW
how the various days of the week
The sparkling success of
might affect a person's destiny.
Sandy Koufax this year calls to
A rabbi, of the Third Century
mind the various Jewish base-
is quoted as saying that a child
ball players who have been .up
born on Sunday will be either
in the major leagues, some with
all good or all bad; one born
a dazzling year and then ob-
, Monday will be guar
scurity, and others who have
born on Tu
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provided me with memories
k the Folks Who've Had
which are pleasant and persis-
' a schol
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and His Orchestra
Koufax himself has been up
was orn on the Sabbath wil
seven years and until this sea-
grea nd pious, etc.
son did little worthy of notice.
Who knows, he may be a one-
the contention, either claiming
season flash. Or he may become
one of the truly fine players of I
Meanwhile, he serves to re-
dids Professionally Finished
call other Jewish players who
With books provided by the World Jewish Congress'
For Appointment Phone
made the big time, but slipped
cultural office in New York, the Jewish community of Cocha- (JT
into the shadows.
bamba, Bolivia, recently established a Jewish library. Guest of Ha
honor at the opening of the library was Israeli Ambassador ste
There was a lad from Brook-
Michael Simon, shown (left) • discussing books with Cocha- gar
lyn named Harry Eisenstat, who
r the Finest in Music
had been a high school star and bamba community leader Gunther Nattowitz. The Cochabamba Nations matt
community numbers about 1000.
who later played with the
Brooklyn Dodgers and then in
the American League. He was,
and His Orchestra
like Koufax, a left-hander. He
had his moments of glory and
By MARIANNE ZEITLIN
lorganizational work, first on the of
he pitched some brilliant games.
(Seven Arts Feature Syndicate)
;regional level, and then nation- tine conomic Commi •
But he became a journeyman
When the historic discussions ally.
He in 1924
pitcher and left no mark on the on the Palestine Resolution took
and has been a pioneer worker
place at the United Nations in ally for the NCJW and AAUW as in its behalf ever
Phil Weintraub was a hard- 1948 and speaker after speaker well as made speeches on behalf
e as pra -
hitting outfielder who, however, from the Arab bloc came to the of the United Nations for the ti
ome an extensio
couldn't field. He was with the rostrum spouting hatred, distort- U. S. Mission to the UN.
good Giant team of the mid- ing history, threatening annihila-
fine color movies
1930s, but couldn't break into tion, Mrs. Adolf Robison, an
d practically the whole m-
an outfield which featured accredited observer at the UN
Lefty O'Doul and Jo Moore and for the National Council of Jew- highlight of the newsletters of °bison claims
Mel Ott. He always could hit, ish Women and the American both the NCJW and AAUW.
new dime -
In 1952, while attending the ebrew had a
when he came to the Giants he Association of University Women,
continued batting well, then his knew she could never again be General Assembly in Paris, she p
and present. Re
was guest of General Clay in
flaws showed—at a time when casual about her heredity.
Berlin during the air lift in Ger- rece al Binya-
runs were hard to come by and
It was only natufal, therefore,
mib Eliav o srael spent a half-
when fielding lapses were more when two years later • her eldest many. She broad
talking with her in Hebrew.
costly than they are today. And son went to Israel to live, that
back to the minors he went. she should start learning Hebrew
y after , rs. Robison,
There, too, he broke down the and a few years later emerge at
to her other'
fences, and returned to the the head of her class at the
ess, to • • ted
Giants, this time to play first Women's Institute of the .Thwish
ations ace •
base. But Bill Terry and Sam Theological Seminary of Amer-
o her f .
Leslie were too good for him, ica.
and he never really made it. I
Natural, that it for Aim Robi-
recall, however, his powerful son, the pert, ultra-feminine
drives and the early time of and dynamic woman who packs of
year when he would hit .400.
a wallop completely dispropor- - of W. N
Cal Abrams, a comparative tionate to her barely five-foot for fo
late-corner, was the lead-off man physical frame.
for the Brooklyn Dodgers and
This vivacious woman, \ born in
is own inte
N.A.D.A. Registered Decorator Consultant
seemed to be a good, 'solid, con- Oldtown, Maine and educated at
es that of h
sistent hitter. But he sort of the University of Maine, became
froze up at the beginning of the accredited observer at the United' rael Cultural
Oak Park, Mich.
year, was booed heartily by the Nations after long experience in
Dodger fans, never was able to
apply the best of his abilities
after that in Brooklyn, and was
Students of politics and those human a c c o u n t. Michener's
harry Latman of the 'Cleveland who are interested- in the man-
wife began as a Stevenson sup-
Indians used to play with the Chi- ner in which the Presidential
porter. But the energies of the
cago 'White Sox and then he was campaign developed in • 1960
traded to Cleveland when the
will find "Report of the County beginning
MARK OF PROGRESS
Indians gave up on Herb Score.
Chairman," by James A. Mich- nedy
He was being used in a deal for
recorded .re of great
Score. In 1961, he seems to have ener, just published by Ran- sod
attained a peak hitherto beyond
him. He was a most effective re- volume.
There is a
Michener, the distinguished he early p
lief pitcher for about half the
season, saving many games and novelist and essayist, undertoo which sta
getting credit for six in succes- to campaign for John F. Ken tainly _do
sion without being hit for a- loss nedy in Bucks County, Penn-
ould have be
himself. Then he was given a sylvania — an overwhelmingly
e text, as Mich-
starting assignment, his first of Republican area. The Catholic ener certainly could not prove
the year, against the Boston Red
it even at the outset.. After all,
Sox, and scored his seventh vic- were deep - rooted prejudices. some very distinguished men
But when it was all over, while backed the President — among
tory in a row.
(ENTRANCE AT MAXINE SHELDON)
Morrie Arnovich is another the county went Republican, them Lehman, Ribicoff, Gold-
ball player who hung around the margin was cut so drastic- berg and many others.
for nearly a decade and gave ally that Michener has cause
The Michener report does *
the fans plenty of thrills. But to feel elated.
show the extent of anti-Catholic
His book is a sociological and propaganda during the cam-
because he was a spring hitter
Tailors, Clothiers &
—a 'guy who could make out in
paign. That in itself lends spe-
April and May but who couldn't
cial significance to his book.
get on base later on in the sea-
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Michener tells a story about *
son—he offered his best per- for Social Justice Tract
an intermarriage a *
formances in spurts and only at
NEW YORK, (JTA) — Pope
a given time of the year. He John XXIII's encyclical on social Polish Catholic
played with the Giants, Phillies justice was praised by the Amer- Lithuanian J
and Reds. Then he was drafted,
thing, ut the story
came back older and worn out, ican Jewish Committee as a docu- proves
and a few years later died pre-
pression" was "profoundly im- c olo
a poli al
maturely in the Midwest.
bued with the ancient Biblical
Of course, there were the few and prophetic zeal for social
ions of e two political
Jewish super - stars — Hank justice."
To OFF ON OUR
ties and the outlook for the
Greenberg and Buddy Myer and
Harry Danning. They were the
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vice-president, also said there in
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