P 6 Z l - 5 - M Z } - * 7 Z 4 . , TMn. ft*. Services in Jewish Temples ' J. Robert Arkuih, past Men's dub. Chautauqua So-lkia, assistant executive dree- president of the National Fed-Jciety sendj Rabbis Â»nd Jewish tor of the West Oust regeneration of Temple Brother- lay leaden to university cam- al office cf tte National fed- boodi c o m p r i s i n g 65,000 puses throughout the U. S-'eration cf Temple Brother- memberj throughoct the U.!and Canada, places books of jhoods; M'. ***** El * le and Canada win be the Chau-jjnrish content into uiver- Men's Club Chautauqua chair- Uajua Night speaker Friday sity libraries and attempts to man and Dr. Gerhard Kohn, at Temple Israel. at fc30 pjajpromote a better understand- Men'* dub president. Rabb; His subject Â·"'ill be " Judaism' ir.g of Judaism among college Woffi Kaelter will conduct Is for Men." This service is under the students. the service. Arkush wiU be joined on The oneg ihabbat. follow Oa lisa. rich. Icji overlook thÂ« iti. Oceia fcreezei incrp jrrta ft ludi: eicoist metti witi triaqnil meadow. HerÂ« ia tiiÂ» UyUle lettizj, (olden. Incccpirttlt Stmtoi *rti lora. auspices of the Temple Israel the pulpit by Arthur Frum- ing the service vrill be hosted i . ' 1 by Mr. and Mrs. Mehin Weinberger in honor of their anniversary. Â· Â· Members of TNT (Temple No-Teens) will attend aa ex elusive' fifa engagement ot "AH Hands on Deck" at the Temple on Saturday cigh from 7 to 10 p-m. The Temple Singers and the "oik Song Group of the Re I tigious School Â·will join Rab"bi Kaelter on the "Light of !Faith" -program. Sunday a AT THE EVEMXG sen- ices Friday at 1S at Temple i Sinai the junior and senior I high school departments of the Religious School win participate. Rabbi Sidney S. Guthman and Canto Morris 'Greenfield will officiate. A tea and reception will follow; the sen-ices. Every one is ,wclcome. | Saturday s e r v i c e s com | mence at 930, with the junior congregate n m e e t i n g for wors r CARRIED DOWNTOWN MAIL Two Veteran Postmen Retire la old daji. tt wo tti cai- tcm o! tit (inner* ia Ty. to mite Â· f.ft el cull ta tie pirtc.1. Ftoa the "mtiic' mlIV.Tyba cheese ni istde Aed. tbere It Â»o = caiqae. icaiet^iaj "i Â· boat tiiÂ« r t r n i r l i t l t chete. totiisdaj! LAST TRIP FOR THfM Ralph M. Olson, left, and John D. Furman are pictured as they started their final mail delivery in the downtwn section before retiring. Olson carried mail here 28 years and Furman 24 years. Ralph Olsoa and John Fur- North Long Beach in the flood, man have retired after carry-jof 1940. Â· Â· | ing mail in Long Beach 28, "I took off ray shoes and years and 2 years, respec- socks, put them in my pouch. lively. - rolled up cay pants legs and They estimate that each has, went through the water bare- carried 10.000 pieces of mail^oot." he says. a week ia that time. Figurei . . . . | out the total, if a computer] OLSON REMEMBERS the is handy. 1937 flood. j Olsoa carried mail to the "1 was a substitute carrier. Times Building, the Insurance 1 didn't have a raincoat or] Exchange Building, and Pine boots. I was carrying sample Avenue from Broadway to'ballots. Ia those days ad-j Third Street. [dresses on the ballots were Furmaa carried the Heart- written with indelible pencil 1 wen Building, the first blockjwhen they got the least bit of Pine Avenue, plus two wet, the names and addresses blocks on East Ocean Boule- - vard and one on West Oceaa. What will they do? Â· . Â· Â· Â· OLSO.V, 2325 E. 14th SU expects to repair TVs. Also he and his wife, Alice, plan' a trip to the old home town.! Manistique (River with thej Big Mouth) in the Upper Pe- 1 ninsula of Michigan. Funnan, 564 Nebraska Ave, vrill become a clerk ia a drug store at 1 Pine Ave, to which he long has delivered mail. Both remember delivering mail ia high jrater. Furman [ .remembers delivering mail in ; ran ... When I got through, ,' I took a truck and picked up stranded postmen on Pacific 'Coast Highway." .' Dog bites? - "Fve never had a dog bite." says Funnan--and David Selcer, postmaster, say* that 'makes him the ocJy letter carrier on the force with nary a 'bite. Tve been nipped a few .times -- mostly by cocker spaniels." says Olson. Â·J TELL THE reliable people.HE 2-5959 today to start your hin*at"lM5~to"be foY- who Â» re looting for better result-getting 'Help Wanted": by a Sabblth kiddush.jio'" Â»bout your offer. Dial ad in Classified. ' ^ora flavors (DMaht Jilt*) HÂ«tÂ« yen kÂ«4 Hivtrtt? TkiÂ« nrbÂ«tt Diniji cbtcn li itntd ca the tout tatlti o l c e i a o p o l i t t a C o p c B - lujea. Hivartl 1 tit rtil Â·opUiticati *mot:| citeÂ»tÂ» with delicacy cnl rob-Jt- cen comilced la J Biror. (BitMforttttt.1) Drij---Â«DT mtdi fci cocli ia t qslet. techided moaÂ»- terjr. la Danish commnnititt. Eirom U tÂ£Q mid* cnder cetr-iecret conditioni ciceic=iVe:Â». ton ta the ait. tnd via ILruI Â· tree re Â»Â«rd la frodadof t cheese 11 liitiactive Â» till ene it TEMPLE BETH Shalom services will begin at 830 ! p^n, Friday. Rabbi Yosef Miller and Rev. David J. Kane will conduct. Rabbi Mffler's sermon will: be "Let Your Home Be Open! Wide" in observance of Open House Sabbath. The Temple ( Adult Choir will participate. I Sinay Julian, son cf Mr.j 'and Mrs. Macey Julian. of| 1217 W. Hellman, Alhambra, 1 will become bar mitrvah. ! IMPORTED DANISH CHEESE In chunk* or tti'cts: ty lhÂ» pound er bulk Timely Tips \ Prunes and oranges are compatible flavors; use them' in a lunch-time salad. Flavor] cottage cheese with grated p orange rind and stuff cooked prunes with the mixture; ar-| range the prunes on salad 'greens with round slices cfi joringe. Serve with French 1 drissing or mayonnaise. I Mix a cup ot confectioners sugar with a couple of table' spoons of lemon fulce and use as a frosting-dip for kj- ihaped cookies. Use a fork when you're mix-' ing liquid into the flour, short-j ening and salt mixture you : are using for pastry. j Afwiys nib flour Into the, 'canvas used for rolling out pastry before using: rub floor,; too, into the stockinet cover tfor the rolling tip. ! It takes a darn good marinade to give meat gourmet flavor and juicy tenderness in just 15 minutes JUST ADO WATER -TO UAKINATE 4 IBS. OF MEAT! This is a darn good marinade Uck fof lio'pVi Instant I'ea! ViMiit h ttt ntA ssct.cn of jwr rni-Â«tt THE NEW EGG It is called the ONE-TO-ONE' balanced egg. One-to-One. eggs have all the good things of other fresh eggs plus a specially developed new abundance of the polyunsaturates which may be so important to your regular diet. It would seem that of all things, the egg--a food so nearly perfect to begin with--would be least subject to improvement. But such an improvement has been made. The benefits of increased pol)\msaturates--already applied to other foods- are now available in ONE-TO-ONE balanced eggs. ONE-TO-ONE balanced eggs are every bit as pure, fresh, and good-tasting as the very best and freshest eggs you've ever eaten. And like other fine eggs, they arc of outstanding nutritional value, for they contain important vitamins and minerals and the highest protein known. They differ in only one respect. Regular eggs contain much higher quantities of saturated fats lhan of polyunsat- urated. Now, by the addition of a combination of pure vegetable ingredients to his poultry feed, your local egg producer' can balance the saturated and polyunsaturated fats in a Â· one-to-one ratio. He offers you a product with twice the poly- unsaturates of regular eggs without any increase ia total; fat content. Theyareatyour supermarket. Loolfor them in the distinctive carton, clearly labeled ONE-TO-ONE balanced eggs.' We suggest that you consult jour physician about ONE-' TO-ONE balanced eggs. He is the only one on whom you; should rely for authoritative information regarding diet and nutrition. 'FnKhiicJ Vy Drr* Foods. Nrw \ta\ fit. ( ( ,.- v , .... - r .- V... ~v r ~,"r. , Â· .-- - Â· -- I ' "\\ BALANCED EGGS SJ5A3e.gAlJJ.5I t\ . --K m ^TJ^W^ifl Lool for it* U. S. Dqianmeni of Agriculture seal on our cartons. Is is v o u r iisuriiue ihat ONE-TO ONE balanced eg:* are of the hi;hs-.l $a*l!ty. and froduccd cr.Jer the USDA Ouihty Control Prosram.
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