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January 08, 1988 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-08

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within an hour or two drive
from San Diego. Even winter.
But what I really miss is cor-
ned beef, smoked chubs, and
good deli." (Most of us out
here would kill for good deli.)
Gary (Mumford, 1963) and
Marge (nee Ostrow, Mirrnford,
1965) Marx have lived in the
golden state since 1970.
Marge came to California on
a visit in 1967 and "fell in
love with it's much freer
lifestyle."
She believes that "living
here doesn't hold people back.
Young adults are more apt to
act independently of their
families?'
Gary moved to California
with no real expectations.
Detroit did not interest him.
"I wanted adventure and
change. I had always wanted
to live in a different place and
expose myself and my family
to a different environment. I
feel that California is a good
environment in which to raise
kids. The sun shines 300-plus
days per year, which allows us
lots of time for outdoorsy,
healthy activities."
Gary believes that, "When
you move to Southern Califor-
nia, you give up the objective
to quickly acquire material
wealth in order to start enjoy-
ing the environment. Most
transplants come to Califor-
nia taking a risk and leaving
all that is familiar and secure
behind. But soon priorities
change and the environment
takes precedence over
material objectives."
Gary believes that people in
other areas are not risk
takers and are less willing to
take chances in life. "By leav-
ing the security and influence
of family behind, people are
forced to become more ag-
gressive and less conservative
in life."
Leslie (Mumford, 1961, nee
Sklar) Molitz moved to San
Diego in 1983. She finds the
people in San Diego "not as
status conscious or
materialistic as people in
Michigan. I think people see
other people for what they are
as opposed to what they
have." Melitz views San Diego
as "a big melting pot and
we're all the immigrants.
Because of this phenomenon,
I feel it is easier to make
friends here than in Detroit,
which is a relatively closed
community:'
Molitz finds that, "one can-
not take the Jewish com-
munity for granted like one
could in Detroit. A person
really has to work at being
Jewish here. In Detroit you
just are Jewish." ❑

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