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Adventures in San Diego Jewish History, May 14, 1954, Part 7

Compiled by San Diego Jewish World staff

Southwestern Jewish Press, May 14, 1954, page 8

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You are cordially invited to attend the formal dedication services of the Sholom Mausoleum in beautiful Greenwood Memoiral Park, Sunday, May 30, 2 p.m. 

Dedicatory services by Rabbi Monroe Levens assisted by Cantor Joseph Cysner.  Includes in the impressive dedication will be the lighting of the Eternal Light and the dedication of the Memorial Plaque to the millions of Jewish People persecuted during World War II

How to reach Greenwood:  Drive in or out Market Street to 43rds. Turn south to entrance of grounds.

Greenwood Memorial Park, mortuary, cemetery, crematory, mausoleum.  PO Box 88, Telephone CO 4-3131, San Diego 12, California

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Beth Israel To Dedicate Cypress View Mausoleum
Southwestern Jewish Press, May 14, 1954, page 9

Temple Beth Israel will dedicate the Home of Peace Mausoleum and Chapel Sunday, May 30 at 10:30 a.m. at Cypress View, 3960 Imperial Blvd. The Mausoleum, recently completed, is of beautiful marble, tastefully decorated. Furnished with a Chapel for meditation and prayer, it is the only Jewish-owned mausoleum in the community.

Taking part in the services of dedication are Rabbi Morton J. Cohn, spiritual leader of the Temple; Cantor Julian K. Miller; Mr. Mack Esterson, president of the Temple; and Sol Stone, chairman of the Cemetery Clommittee.  Services will also be held to commemorate Memorial Day.

Members of the Congregation are urged to attend this impressive event which will begin promptly at 10:30 a.m.  Further information may be obtained by calling the Temple secretary, BE 9-0149.

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Beth Israel News
Southwestern Jewish Press, May 14, 1954, page 9

Sisterhood Sabbath–The annual observance of Sisterhood Sabbath will be held this Friday evening in Temple Beth Israel at 8:00 p.m.  Mrs. Mack Esterson, Sisterhood President, will greet the Congregation and review Sisterhood accomplishments. Assisting in the worship will be the three Vice Presidents, Mmes. Richard F. Lustig, Joseph M. Schwartz and Lewis Bickman.

Rabbi Morton J. Cohn’s service appropriate for Sisterhood Sabbath is entitled “This is Your Wife.” All members and friends of the Temple Sisterhood are invited to attend.

A Post Script to the President–Recently Rabbi Cohn delivered a Friday evening sermon in the form of an open letter to President Eisenhower in which he gave a critical analysis of McCarthyism and its dangers to the personal freedoms of all Americans.

Public reaction to the sermon has motivated the Rabbi to enlarge upon the same theme and discuss it in further detail next Friday evening, May 21st, at 8:00 p.m.  Is the current McCarthy-Army controversy a hearing or a smearing?  Does McCarthyism represent a threat to religion in general and Jews in particular?  these and other questions are discussed by Rabbi Cohn in his sermon, “A Post Script to the President.”

Men’s Club — The Temple Beth Israel men’s Club will honor the wives of members on Wednesday, May 19, at a Dinner-Theatre party.  Following a 6:30 dinner at the San Diego Woman’s Club the couples will attend the Globe showing of “Lo and Behold.”

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Double Talk
Southwestern Jewish Press, May 14, 1954, page 9

By Janet and Susan Solof

“Fun” and loads of it reigned over the party given by Diane Fogelman for all her many friends and “subjects.”  Smelling that delicious bar-b-q and tasting it helped make the party a real success which it was. It was a real “O.K.” marked by all the kids.

Congrats go to Maxine Schoenkopf who received the title of Drum majorette at Hoover High School at the recent traditional Red and White Ball which was a lovely affair.

Come on ya’ all.

And CY-5-0679 do call.

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Southwestern Jewish Press, May 14, 1954, page 10

{Picture of a Minuteman}

He would have understood the people of israel

He wold have been a modern Minute-Man… a “Magic Carpet” day worker on behalf of those who are attempting to build a better life.

When your neighbor… a modern Minute-Man … calls on you on “Magic Carpet” Day Sunday, may 16, give him your contribution graciously and courteously.

Stay at home, Sunday May 16, Give more in ’54 … when your neighbor knocks on your door.

Reminder: workers are needed.  report for duty, Sunday, May 16, at 9 a.m. at the Jewish Community Center, 3227 El Cajon Boulevard.  Breakfast 9:00-9:30 a.m.  Assignments, 9:45 a.m.  Chairman, Edward Baranov.

United Jewish Fund Combined Campaign on behalf of 42 local, national and overseas organizations including United Jewish Appeal.

Sol Price, chairman.  Seymour Rabin, co-chairman
333 Plaza, San Diego 1, California, BElmont 2-5172

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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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