Independent from Long Beach, California on March 10, 1966 · Page 63
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 63

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, March 10, 1966
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P 4 Z 2-4-P 4 Z 3-P 10 Z 5 Long B.ich Serwces /'/? Jewish TemDles Announced Rabbi .Yosef Miller and Cantor David J. Kane will conduct services at Temple Beth Shalom, 3635 Elm Ave., Friday at 8:30 p.m. "The Table Is Prepared" will be the rabbi's sermon, the fourth in a series of Great Jewish Books with studies from original texts. The bar mitzvah of Fenton Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Allen, will be held Saturday at 10 .a.m. Young Couples Club invites all young couples to a Purim Party to be held at the temple Saturday at 8:30 p.m. A square dance will be tri- angled in There will honor of Purim. be music, games, · . · v · ·. . -AP V»lrn*ct» EASING THROUGH AT 102 Mrs. Julia Carter of Chicago waters 'her flowers in her hospital -room at Mercy Hospital after'breezing through a gall bladder operation despite her 102 years. Mrs. Carter is the oldest patient ever received at the hospital. Here Are New Gl Benefits Under Readjusted Program - I W skits, refreshments and . f u n in the spirit of the holiday. Admission will be $1.00 per person. M e m b e r s of the preparations : committee in charge of decorations anc program-are Joyce and Many Chernoy, Georgeanna anc Alan Kolsky, Elaine and Ed ward Perlstein, Carolyn anc Mike Fisher. *. * # * CANTOR M O R R I S Luff man of ^Temple Beth-El, Linden Ave., will conduct tra ditional services Friday nigh at 8:15 p.m. and Saturday, a 9:15 a.m. This Friday's oneg shabba The Veteraiis Readjustment 1 Benefits Act of 1966 which was signed into law.March 3, by President Johnson, provides a permanent program of benefits, to veterans who have served or who will serve in the United States Armed Forces since Jan. 31,.1955. Chief among these benefits education, home loan guaranty and the extension.qf VA Hospital benefits on the same priority basis as for wartime veterans. Thus approxi- majely four'million veterans discharged from the service since Jan. 35, 1955, ranging from "Cold War" veterans to thdse now on duty in Viet Nam, become eligible for benefits somewhat similar to those granted the veterans of World War II and the Korean Conflict. ' * · * * AT THE same time, provi sipn has been made for 600,00 additional, veterans who wil be returning; to civilian lifi each'y.ear to participate in the same benefits. · To'^be eligible the veteran niusbhave discharges that are other.-.than dishonorable anc they .'must not already .have used'up their eligibility under previous programs. All the new benefits, with the excep tionTqf the educational assist ance program, went into effec immediately. The educationa assistance provisions will go into", effect June 1. ... *f * * * THE BENEFFTS establishei by the new law are: Educational assistance, horn and-farm loans, medical care job counseling, job placemen federal employment preferenc and the issuance of burn flags. A brief summary cf eac follows: Education. Veterans wil more'than 180 days activ duty, any part of which oc curred on or after Feb. 1,195 will b.e eligible for one mon of-college, vocational or sim ilaf education for each mon or fraction of a month on a live duty. Those taking fu lime courses will receive $10 r month if they have no de: indents; $125 a month one pendent, and $150 a month ith more than one dependent. Proportional rates will be aid for part time courses, he income of the veteran wili ot be considered. .' * * ' * * LOAN PROGRAM. Veterans ith more than 180 days of live duty will'.eligible r VA guaranteed home or rm loans or. VA direct home ans in areas .where such ans are, authorized.; They ill have until -10 years after e date of their lastdischargi dm active service plus one 3ar additional for each three ionth period of active service 3 make such a 1 loan, with a laximum deadline date of 2C ears after the date of dis barge. 'For those veterans who hav Iready been out of the servic or a period of years, a min- will be hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Msx Baer, who are cele- irating their 45th wedding nniversary. * * * * TEMPLE BETH D A V I D iervices will be at 8:15 Frilay evening in the Commu- lily Congregational Church n Los Alamitos. In observance of Brotherhood Sabbath, he Rev. John Pomeroy of the Community Church will de- iver the sermon, Rabbi Moron C. Fiermah announced. '*'·. * .* . . SERVICES at Temple Israel will commence at 8:30 p.m. r riday. Rabbi Samuel Chomsky will officiate. His sermon will be, "Religious Leftovers." Mrs. David Posalski and daughter Michelle will bless the Sabbath lights while :he kiddush will be recited by Robert Caraco. The oneg shabbat following will be hosted by Mr; and Mrs. Murray Kushell. Sabbath worship will begin at 11 a.m. Rabbi Chomsky will officiate and. Nancy Siris will be the youth cantor. There will be no confirmation class on Saturday, 'students of this class will visit Walnut Avenue Southern B a p t i s t Church on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Newest Builders Emporium Store Opens March 10 in Westminster ium ns 12th New Store mum entitlement date has een set at 10 years. 'VA guaranteed loans \yill be made t 5V£% interest. In the di ect loan, the new law raises IB maximum loan possible rom $15,000 to $17,500. * * * · + MEDICAL CARE. Veterans who have · served after Jan. 1; J955, will be eligible for dmission to VA Hospitals on tie same basis as wartime -eterans. Other Benefits. The hew law also makes provisions for job counseling and job placement, oth of these under the auspi ces of the Veterans Employment Service of the U.S. De- jaftment of Labor; and Civil Service preference in federa government. A United States flag will be provided for use at the funeral of veterans who have served after Jan. 31, 1955, and to be retained by the next of kin. THe,.fifth'.Orange County location for Builders Emporir um h a r d w a f e firm opens March 10, this one at 6751 Westminster Ave., Westminster. It is the company^ 12th Southern California store. . Builders Emporium · p r e s ; ident, E v e r e t t E.. -Yount, states, "We have a very ambitious expansion program of opening up to, six stores per year, and t h i s new West- ninster store o f - t h e argest stores of its type, encompassing all the many departments ' a n d innovations found in our larger! units. Customers attending' o u r §rand opening ceremonies at 9 a.m. March 10 will/'find a c o m p l e t e garden-nursery, Full-size "lumber yard, complete paint store, as well as the m a n y other hardgoods needed for the do - it - your- selfer." "We're celebrating t h i s vith reduced prices in a l l La Crescenta,,Ladera Heights, departments throughout t h e store. 1 '- -.". · : . .Builders Emporium oper- rand opening," Yount adds, 'at all our other locations ates s t o r e s , in Van Nuys; Riverside, Cqvina,. La Habra, Buena Park, Fullerton, Tustin/ Thousand Oaks and East Los. Angeles. ! 'Finger Tip 1 Law / . WICHITA (UP1)--The Wichita Bar Association has wha,t it calls "finger tip legal counsel," or the Lawyers Referral Service. ; · Service directors former Common Pleas Court Judge ·· George M. Ashford explained the system. . "If a man has a problem and thinks he needs legal advice, he dials the judge's telephone number. Ashford listens politely for a $1 fee, and decides whether the man. needs legal advice. If he does, Ashford sets up an appointment with one of the 70 Referral; Service atto'rneys, who also listen, this time for 30 minutes and $5. '. If further legal work is needed, the lawyer and client settle the .price themselves. ' Ashford said he believed the service could save much legal time and a considerable amount of money, for people in need of legal service. '"; . · . · ·"· It places legal counsel "at the tip of your finger," Ashford said. PRINTED PATTERN TAKES LOS ALTOS HELM Jan Smith has assumed the role as manager of the Los Altos Business Association and will direct promotions .and activities in the Los Altos Shopping Center. She had been in charge of advertising for the center. . . Race through busy days at home or work in a wrap-and- button style with a smart surplice neckline. Sew it in carefree fabrics that scorn ironing. Printed Pattern 4860: Half Sizes 12i/ 2 ,.14i/ 2 ; 161/2, jgi/,, 201/j, 22'/ 2 , 24"/ 2 . Size 16'/ 2 takes 3% yards 39-inch. FIFTY CENTS in coins for each pattern--add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of Independent, Press-Telegram, 74, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17lh St., New York, N.'Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS with ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Come alive for Spring. Send for our new Spring-Summer Pattern Catalog. 125 top shapes for sun, f u n , dancing, dining, everyday. One free pattern--clup coupon in Catalog. Send.SOc. Claims Millennium Fete Plans Wrong FEATHERSTONE, England /Pi -- Let's get it right this lime, urges C. L. Harris, a crusader for a proper millennium. It seems that the World Association for the Celebration of .'the Year 2000 has been waging a campaign to get cities lo plant "celebration trees" for A. D. 2000. flfarris has warned all he can" that the celebration the WACY 2000 desires is set for the wrong year. The new millennium, Harris wants all to know, comes into 1, 2001--not being' on Jan. Jan. 1, 2000. He-has .,xmbarded editors aricl-issued thousands of free blotters to make this clear. Harris' campaign ,is not nowto him. -'When they showed an old film called "Lady Hamilton" on television he spotted an horrendous error. Adm. Nelson kissed Lady Hamilton just before midnight Dec. 31, 1799, and a few minutes later on January 1800. Nelson then said: 'There, I've kissed you in two, centuries." Harris quickly informed the British Broadcasting Corporation which had showri the film that both kisses were unquestionably still in the 18th Century. Enjoy Driving on Jammed Roads LONDON ff -- Despite jampacked roads only one in 10 British motorists gets no pleasure at all out of driving, according to a report by the British Automobile Associa lion. After a detailed survey over the last year, the AA says even the overwhelming majority of Ihe motorists still claim a certain zest out of driving Britain now has seven billion drivers, PURRtoined! "I looked the other way for just an instant and some smart cat filched the PURR right out of my dlshl Just because PURR is all real Red Meat tana with 22SZ protein, some nervy cats think they've got a PURRmit to steal!" Pt/flR It produced by Ihe special- Itlt ic/io crtaled and perfected Red Heat Tuna icllh your cat's health ami appetite In mind. We're flattered "Idaho potatoes" get star billing wherever they're sold or served, But not just any potato is an Idaho potato--· only those grown in Idaho. We have the climate, the high altitude, the mineral-rich soil, the pure mountain water it takes to make great flavor, quality and all-purpose cooking versatility. If you want the most in a potato, look for the "Grown in Idaho" seal. Fresh, frozen or instant--it's a sure sign of quality, PURR, On CttHltc of Pit FKHlt W«sloal«-Cjlilixni3 Products, k are cookers Idaho potatoes Gerber;,«of course! Wonderful way to introduce your baby to different cereal flavors: Gerber Cereal Sixes. Each handy package contains small boxes of Rice Cereal, Barley, Mixed Cereal, High Protein Cereal and two Oatmeal Once you discover baby's preference, you can get the larger size boxes. · . Gerber Cereal Sixes are "samplers" of good nutrition. For each cereal is enriched with iron in a form easily used by calcium arid B-vitamins. All Gerbei Cereals are scientifically pre-cooked to'assure digestibility and easy mixing with milk or formula. But isn't that typical of the extra care you get-from a company that specializes in good things for baby? Babies are our business... our only business!' G£SBERe»SY FOODS. FREMONT. MICHIGAN N£W GERBER BAQYWEAR NOW AT SUPERMARKETS.

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