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Adventures in San Diego Jewish History, July 23, 1954, Part 4

Compiled by San Diego Jewish World staff
Southwestern Jewish Press, July 23, 1954, page 7

Jewish Center News

Rhythmic Exercise – Our busy San Diego women now have an opportunity to relax to music every Wednesday evening beginning July 28, at 7:30 p.m. The class will be led by Mrs. Lilo Berger, for all women who wish to enjoy the group experience of vigorous yet relaxing exercise.

Through the kind hospitality of Mrs. Al Wise, the morning classes beginning August 3, will be held at 3635 Elliott. After the regular exercises the women are invited to an afternoon of swimming. For further information, call the Center, Atwater 1-7744.

Latin American Ballroom Dance Class – Alice Mason will instruct a Latin American Ballroom Dance Class for adults starting Wednesday night, July 28.  The classes will be held at 8:30 p.m. For further information, call the Center, Atwater 1-7744.

Junior High Activities – Monday night is Junior Hi night. A new and exciting program for the junior hi crowd has been organized and has been meeting with a great deal of success.  A lounge program including games, mixer dances and social dancing has drawn a large crowd to the Center. The group meets every Monday night form &;30 to 9:30. There is an admission charge of 10 cents and refreshments are served. Plans for remainder of the summer include a beach party, a dress-up dance, square dancing, hayride and other similar activities.  All 7th and 8th graders are invited to join in the fun every Monday night.

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Lasker Lodge News
Southwestern Jewish Press, July 23, 1954, page 7

By Lou Levitt

Dr. Milton Millman, who has done such a terrific job of program chairman for the past couple of years, has been nominated for the position of 2nd Vice President of the lodge, which was made vacant recently due to the resignation of Brother Jack Lowenbein because of the pressure of business.

Due to leave soon for the B’nai B’rith Convention are: Ralph Feldman, Mickey Freedman, Joe Kaplan, Jerry Aronoff, Ed Breitbard, Henry Weinberger, and Morrie Krause.  Mr. Eugene Morgan of the El Cortez Hotel recently donated a trophy case to the lodge.

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Y.J.C. Club Plans Wiener Roast
Southwestern Jewish Press, July 23, 1954, page 7

The Young Jewish Couple (s) Club will hold their third annual beach picnic on Saturday, July 31, at 8:30 p.m. The location will be Pacific Beach on the shore at the foot of Garnett Street. Guests will be toasting their own suppers so it is recommended that tuxedoes be left at home and the ladies are advised to don, for that one night at least, their husband’s trousers. There will be singing, the telling of stories (tall and otherwise) and the immobile type of games that go with a full stomach and a warm camp fire.

Reservations, open to all, at $2.00 per couple, must be made by July 28. For further details, contact Annabelle Epstein, JU-2-8019 or Florence Freidenthal, HU-8-0996.

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A.Z.A. Revitalized
Southwestern Jewish Press, July 23, 1954, page 7

Recently returned from Pacific Grove, California, are Stanley Breitbard and Stephen Goldfarb. Steve and Stan were in attendance at the AZA District Silver Anniversary Convention which took place from June 28 to July 2.  The boys represented the local AZA chapter which financed their trip up North.

Both boys are confident that what they learned at the Convention will play a great part, in putting San Diego AZA, which re-organized less than a year ago, solidly on its feet.

Stan, who is president of the chapter, and Steve, who is Secretary, invite any interested boy between the age of 14 and 21 to attend the next meeting which is to be held August 3 at Temple Beth Israel.

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Machine Age

Southwestern Jewish Press, July 23, 1954, page 7

Machines are able to do everything today except make a dollar go as far as it used to.

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(Hebrew Home)

Application for admission to the Hebrew Home for the Aged may be made through the Jewish Social Service Agency, 333 Plaza, BE-2-5172.

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Boat Rides Set For T.I.S. Men’s Club

Southwestern Jewish Press, July 23, 1954, page 8

Tifereth Israel Men’s Club is having its Fourth Annual Boat Ride on Sunday, July 25.  The chartered boat “Marietta” leaves from the Star and Crescent Pier at the foot of Market St at 5:30 p.m. and will return at 8:15 p.m. after a tour of the San Diego Bay area and waterfront.

The refreshment committee, headed by Dan Cheron, will serve a delicious fried chicken dinner (strictly kosher) to all attending.

Al Young and his committee are providing entertainment for the evening. Friends and children are cordially invited.

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Council Thrift Shop Needs Restocking
Southwestern Jewish Press, July 23, 1954, page 8

With the expected arrival of several new émigré families the Council of Jewish Women is in need of additional merchandise for the Council Thrift Shop.

According to the Thrift Shop committee including Mesdames Alex Wise, Morris Fried, and Henry Weinberger, deposit depots have been established in every neighborhood for the collection of rummage, including clothes, household utensils, bedding, shoes, toys, magazines.

For information regarding pick-up in your neighborhood call the Thrift Shop, 2205 Logan Ave., BE-9-7859.

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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 “Adventures in San Diego Jewish History” series will be a regular feature until we run out of history.  To find stories on specific individuals or organizations, type their names in our search box.

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