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Adventures in San Diego Jewish History, September 18, 1958, Part 2

Plan Gala Fall Series Southwestern Jewish Press, September 18, 1958, Page 1 and Page 8 Final arrangements are being completed for the much anticipated Fall Series of the Jewish Community Center Concert Lecture Film Series, according to Chairman Simon Reznikoff. “In spite of the fact that the Center has been in existence for years, this […]

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Adventures in San Diego Jewish History, September 18, 1958, Part 1

Senator’s Wife is Reported in Pact with Demagogue Southwestern Jewish Press, September 18, 1958, Page 1 and Page 4 By Herb Brin Is this going to be a dirty campaign for governor in California? The New York Times this week disclosed a shocking story of a smear-assault booklet, directed against labor — financed by Eastern […]

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How San Diego Is Combatting Its Hepatitis Outbreak

San Diego health officials have implemented many measures to combat the city’s deadly hepatitis A outbreak, including power-washing the streets with a bleach solution and vaccinating more than 19,000 people. On Saturday they added yet another emergency measure: bathrooms with 24-hour security. Four new portable restrooms and a handwashing stations were added to an area […]

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Adventures in San Diego Jewish History, September 11, 1958, Part 5

Revival of Chassidism Advocated By Rabbi Moshe Maggal Southwestern Jewish Press, September 11, 1958, Page 18 Whenever Judaism had been threatened with a stagnation or degeneration, its life force issued new vitamins and new ideas, which soon rejuvenated its body — and the life cycle started anew. We are able to witness this regenerating process […]

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Rabbi Lawson to speak on Bio-Ethics Oct. 18

SAN DIEGO (Press Release) — Beth Israel’s Men’s Club will host Rabbi Martin Lawson  at the 6:30 p.m. Dinner Forum on Wednesday, Oct. 18, at which he will discuss “Jewish Views of Bio-Ethics, difficult medical decisions and end-of-life issues.” Rabbi Lawson received his BA in Education from the University of Florida and his Bachelor and Master […]

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Adventures in San Diego Jewish History, September 11, 1958, Part 5

Across the City Desk Southwestern Jewish Press, September 11, 1958, Page 13 By Herb Brin In recent weeks we’ve been pretty lucky. We’ve been able to develop an array of articles (exclusively, of course) on a number of subjects—and in each case national publications picked them up.  First, the Solomon Goldstein – Frank Britton series that titillated […]

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Adventures in San Diego Jewish History ~ September 11, 1958, Part 4

The Son: A Story of Tragedy-and Life-In Israel by Robert Kirsch Southwest Jewish Press, September 11, 1958, Page 12 and Page 18 _____________________________________________________ *About the Story and Author “The Son,” especially written for HERITAGE by Robert Kirsch, is a moving story of a man who finds himself and tragedy in a homeland he had never known. […]

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Adventures in San Diego Jewish History, September 11, 1958, Part 3

With the guardians… By Ransom Shmansom Southwestern Jewish Press, September 11, 1958, Page 11 The pall of stale cigar smoke hung over the room—the  weary Guardians seated about the poker table were completely engrossed in their weekly pastime. The group had dwindled to the six ‘Just one more round” participants. The hours drifted by. One […]

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Adventures in San Diego Jewish History ~ September 11, 1958. Part 2

Community Looks to Future Confidently Southwestern Jewish Press, September 11, 1958, Page 6 As the New Year dawns, the San Diego Jewish community looks to the future with a sense of great confidence and hope. For this is our first year in the new Jewish COMMUNITY Building. And because of the faith expressed by all […]

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Jewish chef forging a new path

By Mimi Pollack SAN DIEGO — Executive Cher Giselle Wellman is set to move in a new direction in the cooking world, and some lucky students will benefit from this. In July 2017, she became the new executive chef at San Diego Jewish Academy. She has always loved working with children and wanted to do […]

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Cygnet shines a ray of hope in a very dark place

By Eric George Tauber SAN DIEGO — According to the Law of Conservation of Energy, energy can be neither created nor destroyed. It simply changes form. For example, as the sun warms the earth the seeds convert thermal energy into chemical energy stored in fruit. We consume these carbohydrates to give us the energy to tend […]

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Former DA Dumanis seeks Supervisor seat

By Ken Stone The Times of San Diego SAN DIEGO — Bonnie Dumanis formally entered the race for county supervisor Tuesday, Sept. 5, fulfilling predictions she would try to parlay her district attorney credentials into a new political role. The Republican joined the officially nonpartisan race by filing paperwork with the San Diego County Registrar of […]

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Gross is new Susan G. Komen S.D. leader

SAN DIEGO—Susan G. Komen San Diego appointed Shaina Gross, a former executive with United Way of San Diego, as its new president and CEO. Gross will lead San Diego County’s largest funder of breast health services and support into its next era beginning September 5. Gross, who spent 11 years at United Way, was selected […]

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Camp Mountain Chai E.D. resigns, replacement named

  SAN DIEGO — The following announcement was received on Friday by San Diego Jewish World: September 1, 2017 Dear Campers, Parents, Summer Staff and Agency Friends, It is with mixed emotions that I announce the departure of our Executive Director, Zim Zimmerman, who has decided to pursue other options. I know you will join me, […]

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