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Adventures in San Diego Jewish History, May 14, 1954, part 6

Compiled by San Diego Jewish World staffCongregation Beth Israel
Cordially Invites
The Entire Jewish Community
To The
Services of Dedication
Of The
Home of Peace Mausoleum and Chapel
Sunday, May 30th at 10:30 a.m.
At Cypress View – 3960 Imperial Blvd.
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Solo-Cantor Julian K. miller
Memorial Day Service – Rabbi Morton J. Cohn
Solo-Cantor Miller
Dedication Service
Greetings-Mr. mack Esterson, Pres., Temple Beth israel
Remarks -Mr. Sol Stone
Meditation-Rabbi Cohn
Consecratkon-Mr. Esterson
Kaddish and El mole Rachamim – Cantor Miller
Benediction – Rabbi Cohn

(Full Page Paid display advertisement, page 6, May 14, 1954):

The Mausoleum is located at Cypress View – 3960 Imperial Boulevard- The ONLY Jeiwsh Owned Masuoleum in San Diego. Authorized Entombment for th Entire Jewish Community.  Sol Stone, Chairman, Mausoleum Committee, CY-8-1422

Sholom Mausoleum To Be Dedicated At Service May 30
Southwestern Jewish Press, May 14, 1954, page 7

Tifereth Israel Synagogue with Greenwood Memorial Park will dedicate the new Sholom Mausoleum on Sunday, May 30 at 2:00 p.m. at the Greenwood Memorial Park.

Sholom Mausoleum is a completely sepaarate building in beajutiful Greenwood Memorial Park.  It is not attached in any way to a general mausoleum.  Modern in design it incorporates rich Jewish symbolism and traditional motifs.  The word “Sholom” proudly illuminated by a flood light, greets the visiotr as he enters through beautiful glass doors. 

The ready acceptance of Sholom by the Community is evidenced by the fact that it is already over three quarters reserved. The synagogue and the management of Greenwood memorial Park are alreay laying plans for another addition to Sholom, which will double its present capacity.

A cordial invitation is extended to everyone to be present at the Dedication Exercises on Memorial Day, Sunday, May 30 at 2 p.m.  inquiries regarding Sholom Mausoleum may be made by calling the Synagogue or Greenwood Memorial Park, CO-4-3131.

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Gay Nineties Revue Set By Sisterhood
Southwestern Jewish Press, May 14, 1954, page 7

Spectacular-scintillating-stupendous-something different-something new-a rare treat you won’t want to miss–the Gay nineties evue by the Beth Jacob Sisterhood May 22 and May 23, Saturday and Sunday evenings, at 8:15 at the Beth Jacob Center.  Local talent-imported talent-amateurs-professionals-dancing-singing-melodrama-heart-rending ballads — it’s the talk of the town.  Follow the laughter during the Men’s Ballet-the spirited dancing of the can-can girls — the melodious singing waiters–the specialty acts–the melodrama–“the villain still pursues her” You’ll love every moment of it.

Production by the very talented Mrs. Leon Solomon.  Donations $1.00 per person.  Refreshments after the show.

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Beth Jacob News
Southwestern Jewish Press, May 14, 1954, page 7

The Beth Jacob Auxiliary will hold a traditional Shavuoth Dinner on Thursday, May 27, at the Beth Jacob Center from 6:00 p.m. on.  Price is $1.50 per person. An enjoyable social hour will follow. For information call AT-2-2676.

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The new Beth Jacob P.T.A. is well under way. Officers elected at the last meeting are: Ronnie Weisman, president; Elinor Farkas, treasurer; and Ruth Hecht, secretary.

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Due to dayligh saving time Friday evening services will be held at 6:45 p.m.

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Golden Nugget nite Set at B.J. Center
Southwestern Jewish Press, May 14, 1954, page 7

A night to surpass any event ever before held!  Superlative prizes ranging from electrical appliances to home furnishings. Exciting games of chance to suit everyone’s fancy.  Believe it or not, you may receive a sizable government bond just for being present. An honest to goodness Jewish home-cooked dinner, $1.50 per person, all you can eat.  Two very lucky people will win a 5-day all expense vacation to Las Vegas at the hotel of their choice plus round trip air transportation. Tickets are now available for the Las Vegas trip drawing for only $1.00.  Contact any member of the Beth Jacob Men’s Club or the office, AT-2-2676.  Be sure to circle the date on your calendar, Sunday, June 13.

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Business Man Candidate for Tax Assessor
Southwestern Jewish Press, May 14, 1954, page 7

William R. McKinley, East San Diego resident, has announced his candidacy for tax collector.  A graduate of State College, mcKinley is the owner of a painting and decorating business.  The 30 year old veteran served with the AAF as a bomber pilot during World War II.

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City of Hope Aids Local Residents
Southwestern Jewish Press, May 14, 1954, page 7

There will be no regular meeting this month due to our Mothers’ Day Luncheon.

The supporters of our wonderful Medical Center at Duarte will be glad to know that another San diegan has been cured at the City of Hope and is home now with her family.

Anna and Sam Brooks, who are home for a few days, met two young men in Winterhaven, California, who also were patients at City of Hope (one for sixteen months and one for two years).  They are both well now and gainfully employed.

Doesn’t that make you happy to know that you are hleping such a worthy cause?

We can use more members–how about joining us?

Phone our Preisent, Ethel Berwin or any of our members.

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B.B. Cotton Ball Set for May 30th
Southwestern Jewish Press, May 14, 1954, page 7

Again this year all four San Diego B’nai B’rith Lodges and chapters under the auspices of the San Diego B’nai B’rith Coordinating Council are planning a repeat of last year’s highly successful “Cotton “Ball.”

It will be held Sunday, May 30th at the Beth Jacob Center. It will be a highly informal affair, offering dancing to Eddie Stangler and his orchestra, refreshments and card plahying.

Admission will be $1.25 per person. Tickets are available at meetings and, of course, at the dance.

Chairmen for the affair are: Jack Lowenbein, Harry Wax, Audrey Sack, Jeanette Wax and Robert Cohen.

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Cantor in Recital
Southwestern Jewish Press, May 14, 1954, Page 8

Cantor Joseph Cysner, baritone, will introduce a group of modern Israeli songs at the Wednesday Club, 6th and Ivy Lane. Italian, English and German songs will be featured as will an aria from Handel’s “Messiah,” songs by Shubert and Franz, and the “Pilgrim Song” of Tschaikowsky.  he will be accompanied by well-known concert pianist Robert MacDonald.

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Beth Israel Holds All Temple Picnic
Southwestern Jewish Press, May 14, 1954, Page 8

Preparations are going forward for the Beth Israel All Temple Picnic which will be held on Sunday, May 23 in Balboa Park.

The green lawns along 6tgh Ave between Maple and Olive Streets will come to life beginning at noon when members of Temple Beth Israel and their families will assemble to enjoy the afternoon in fellowship fun and games.  Young and old alike will participate in events and games, with prizes for the winners.

The event is co-sponsored by the Temple Sunday School, Sisterhood and Men’s Club.

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Sisterhood Honors Mothers on May 25th
Southwestern Jewish Press, May 14, 1954, Page 8

The Beth Jacob Sisterhood cordially invites as its guests all members and their mothers to the Mother’s Day Luncheon on Tuesday, May 25, at noon, at the Beth Jacob Center.

Honoring Mother’s Day, our renowned Ida Nasatir will present a book review, “Mothers of Famous Men.”

Mrs. Jack Brisker is program chairman.  Co-chairmen for the luncheon are Mrs. William Schustermann and Mrs. Morris Penn.

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Deceased
Southwestern Jewish Press, May 14, 1954, Page 8

Mrs. Nathan Feinberg, on April 30.  Born in Minnesota, Mrs. Feinberg had resided in San Diego for 12 years.  She was a member of B’nai B’rith, Beth Jacob Sisterhood, and City of Hope.

Services were conducted on May 3 by Rabbi Baruch Stern in Merkley-Austin Mortuary.  Interment was in Home of Peace Cemetery.

She is survived by her husband, Nathan; her mother, Mrs. Herman Flashbinder; two daughters, Mrs. Maynard Hurwitz and Mrs. Joseph Baumgarten, and two grandchildren.

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Adventures in Jewish History” is sponsored by Inland Industries Group LP in memory of long-time San Diego Jewish community leader Marie (Mrs. Gabriel) Berg. Our indexed “Adventures in San Diego Jewish History” series will be a regular feature until we run out of history.

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