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Adventures in San Diego Jewish History, December 10, 1954, Part 3

Compiled by San Diego Jewish World staff


Southwestern Jewish Press, December 10, 1954, Page 5

Hi ya, gang!

Judy Aved’s house was the center of attraction when she had a really “terrif” party for all of her friends.  Dinner, dancing and oodles of fun were really “eaten” up by all. All the guys and gals say “thanks Judy” for a fine evening.

The T.Y.L played host to a Temple Youth Group from Los Angeles this past weekend.  A wonderful time was had by all who attended the program.  The T.Y.L. is planning many more entertaining affairs. Why don’t you plan to come and get in on the fun.

The Commissioner’s Ball of Hoover High School was an evening of real enjoyment. The affair was held at the Coronado Hotel. To start the evening with a bang Henrietta Faguet planned a terrific cocktail party for her friends.  “Nashing and shoosing” were Henrietta and Ronny Doctor, Roberta Wylogue ‘n Stan Breitbard, Harriet Silverman ‘n Art Pogrell, Susan Solof ‘n Roger Brenes, Diane Fogelman ‘n Alan Freidman, Janice Klaskin ‘n Sandy Ratner, Adrian Sachnoff ‘n Harry Ratner, Barbara Silverman ‘n Buddy Kader, Barbara Bogey ‘n Gary Cantor.

Scoop: Sherry Newman won many honors at the speech contest at State College .  She placed 2nd as best speaker of the day.

Susan Solof was recently elected Sophomore Song Leader at San Diego High.

Kids, please phone your scoop to CY 5-0679.

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Jewish Community Center News
Southwestern Jewish Press, December 10, 1954, Page 5

Winter Day Camp – Parents are urged to register their youngsters for the Winter Camp Jaycee program by Dec. 15.  The Day Camp committee requests early registration for either the one or two week period in order to complete plans for an enjoyable and exciting program for the youngsters. The age limit will be from 5 to 11 years with each grouping being organized according to youngsters’ ability and interest. Among the staff members will be former Day Camp Counselors Dave Anfanger, Mike Soule and Sonny Denberg. Arrangements for indoor swimming have been made with the Y.M.C.A. and other special events are being planned. The fee for Center members is $10.00 per week with an additional charge for pick up and delivery service.

Nominating Notice
– “Nominations for the board may be made by petition, signed by 10 members in good standing.  Such petitions should be in the hands of the nominating committee at least one week before the annual meeting.”

The by-laws of the Center provide for the above procedure in the nomination for board membership .  Notice is hereby given that the Center annual meeting will be held in conjunction with the Federation of Jewish Agencies annual meeting on Sunday, January 16.  Therefore the chairman of the nominating committee, Al Solomon, requests all petitions be given to the Center office, 3227 El Cajon Blvd. by Jan. 7.

Center Membership Meeting –The adult members of the Jewish Community Center are invited to attend a Center membership meeting on Wednesday, Dec 15 at 8:15 p.m. at 3227 El Cajon Blvd. The program of the meeting will be to review Center activities and policies, to hear a report of future Center plans and to see movies of the activities of the Buffalo Jewish Community Centers.  For the parents of Junior High youngsters, a special film telling a story of two junior high school boys will be shown. Refreshments will be served.

(Horse drawn Wagons)
Southwestern Jewish Press, December 10, 1954, Page 5

A historical collection of horse drawn wagons has been donated to the Southern California Exposition at Del Mar by Roscoe E. Hazard, long-time resident of San Diego.

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Center Nursery School Prepares For Holidays
Southwestern Jewish Press, December 10, 1954, Page 5

The semi-annual elections of the Cooperative Nursery School of the Jewish Community Center were held Dec. 2 at the home of Mrs. Lester Friedman. Elected were: President, Mrs. John B. Gregory; 1st V.P., Mrs. Marion Dimas; 2nd V.P., Mrs. Bert Eifer; Secretary, Mrs. Mike Dowling; Treasurer, Mrs. Lee Phillips; Education Director, Mrs. Melvin Karzan; Public Relations Chairman, Mrs. Marvin L. Stein; Housekeeper, Mrs. June Callicoat; Equipment Chairman, Mrs. Peter Clemmons.

Plans were formulated to celebrate the forthcoming holidays—Chanukah, Christmas and Las Posadas.  On Friday, Dec. 24th, the children will break a piñata, light a menorah and sign songs, dance and play the games appropriate to these holidays. Refreshments will be served in the Center and hand made gifts will be exchanged.  Murals with the appropriate symbols, decorations of the holiday colors will all be made by the children.

Parents and guests have been invited to attend the program of inter-faith relations among the children of nursery school years. The Tri-holiday celebration will take place at 10:30 a.m. at the Jewish Community center on 3227 El Cajon Blvd.

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Gossip
Southwestern Jewish Press, December 10, 1954, Page 5

Gossip is a way of saying nothing and still leaving nothing unsaid.

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Hadassah To Play Games At Luncheon
Southwestern Jewish Press, December 10, 1954, Page 5

A Chanukah luncheon party will be held by the San Diego Chapter of Hadassah on Wednesday, December 15, at 12 p.m. at the Temple Center. Following a short business meeting, the afternoon will be devoted to fun, Bingo, Mah Jong or Scrabble.

According to Mrs. M.S. Berlin, chairman, and Mrs. M. Samuels, co-chairman, it will be an afternoon of requests – just “name it and we’ll have it.”  The committee, consisting of Mmes. David Millsberg, Maurice Krasnow, Laura Felvin, David Pomerance, Sidney Segal, Al Young, Rae Feurzeig, Ray Feurzeig, Moe Hershey, Sam Lennett and Jack Rosenblum, are mostly new members who are working on a committee for the first time. They are trying to make their first effort a real success.

Reservations must be made – Mrs. A. Slayen, HO 9-4434 and Mrs. M. Samuels at JU-2-7051.  Tables will be reserved for parties or individuals.  The climax of the afternoon will be a lovely door prize.

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Cottage of Israel
Southwestern Jewish Press, December 10, 1954, Page 5

The public is cordially invited to visit the Cottage of Israel during the Chanukah festivals as there will be a special display to commemorate the festival of lights. The Cottage is open every Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5 p.m.

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Birdie Stodel Women To Have Interesting Speaker At Tea Dec. 11
Southwestern Jewish Press, December 10, 1954, Page 6

The Birdie Stodel Chapter of B’nai B’rith Women will hold an “Oneg Shabbat” afternoon tea on Saturday, December 11, at 1:00 p.m. at the Alice Birney School Auditorium.

The program, co-sponsored by the Anti-Defamation League and Americanism and Civic Affairs Chairmen, Mrs. George Starr and Mrs. Irving Dean respectively, will feature as its principal speaker Mrs. Ben Rosenthal of Los Angeles, immediate past president of the Women’ Supreme Council of B’nai B’rith.  Mrs. Rosenthal has recently returned from an extensive tour of the Radio-Free Europe Installations in Germany and adjoining countries, sponsored by the American Heritage Foundation.  Her message highlights a bus tour through Russian Occupied Berlin, a report on Radio-Free Europe and her visit to Dachau.

As an additional special feature the film “Your Neighbor Celebrates” will be shown. An open forum will follow the program and traditional Chanukah delicacies will be served.

An invitation is extended to all civic, educational and religious groups to participate as guests of Birdie Stodel B’nai B’rith Women.

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Temple Men’s Club
Southwestern Jewish Press, December 10, 1954, Page 6

Temple Beth Israel Men’s Club will participate in the Sabbath services Friday evening, Dec. 10, at Temple Beth Israel.

Mack Esterson will speak on “What the Men’s Club Means to the Temple” and Richard Silberman will discuss “What the Men’s Club Means to Me.”

Following the services the Officers and Board Members and their wives will welcome members of the Congregation at the social hour in the Temple Center.

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Chaim Weizmann Branch Poale Zion
Southwestern Jewish Press, December 10, 1954, Page 6

In place of our monthly cultural meeting, a Chanukah Party will be held on Sunday, Dec. 26, at 8 p.m. at Tifereth Israel Center. Card games will be played and traditional Chanukah refreshments will be served. For any further information call MRs. B. Mallen at AT 2-2241 who is chairman for the evening. There will be a nominal entrée charge and all our members are invited to attend and bring their friends for a most pleasant social evening.

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“Adventures in San Diego 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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