Independent from Long Beach, California on April 4, 1963 · Page 63
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 63

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f 3 ZI-I-3--t 9 Z - P I I 25 loot.' t*u* T Big Increase by Allstate jSANTA ANA -- Increased, Regional Manager J. H. sales volume in California iTwiss said the continuing ex- made a significant contribu-paasun of Allstate'$ insur- tlon to the growth of the AU-'ance service and improved state Insurance Companies in'operating programs brought! Services in Jewish Temples Announced Under the joint auspice of the American Jewish Coa- tht commvmity rrii- . t T e e Fridayvenmt . **"**- i ing possible insurance savings'-_,· .·._ · Allstite's direct fire and for many motorists. 'r.nter casualty premiums wTitten in| Twiss contrasted Allstate'!' California were $76.778,000.'1962 xxJume of $577,990,000 an increase of $6^238.000 overjwith its-1952 volume of S117,- the previous year. \341JOOO to demonstrate Us Juli · THE COMPANIES* total net spectacular and continuin* »*~ii written 1962 fire and casualty'growth. ' insurance sales were'$577,-' Allstate. 31 years old in 990,000. a new high which 1962. has assets of $945,406.-! Hls to P lc ttlU b represented a gain of more 000 and more than 6.400,000 Sute "^ Freedoin -" . t . than $45.400.000 over 1961. 'policies in force. | He is Chief counsel in the , 'Miami religion · in-the - public · ! schools case, one of the most important and comprehensive church-state cases to reach the courts in many years, in which the American Jewish Congress has challenged a se-! ries of sectarian practices in 1 THEY'RE HERE! Trees 'At Trailer Meet J CHICAGO (UPI) -- SomeJ · Wilbur T. Tollefson recent-1 130 native trees are found in ly returned home after attend- jthe Great Smokies Nitional|ing the annual stockholders' {Park -- more than in all of. meeting of Nationwide Trailer j Europe, reports the National Rental System. Inc, in Wich- Lumber Manufacturers Asso- ita. ToHefson operates the A- ciatioa. {Rentals Co. 2SOO South St. WAX, TB». Ap pfiancs A Fumitura B ·autifi COUPON VALUE ·mv · ..· 1XO PFEFFER ; Speaks Here Friday Night The-Greatest Nuts-OivEarth! *********** CIRCUS *********** MiXEDM favorites wif/t the whole family . . . and p r e s e n t i n g nes 01 sectarian practices i n . . . ' A _ . .. i the public schools of Miami,| M JS.Appreciation Fla. The case, cow- on appeal Shown Yearly / j (has already resulted in elimi-1 » _ " . · · ,-~ .«,- ,.. ' (nation by the Miami schools' SAN FRANCISCO W -, of the most flagrant vfola-; Mrs -.'.Johannes Skytte gets a' lions of religious conscience,° ozen r ° ses e2ch Feb - 21 **in the classroom. ,**** in l943 she fcwghl i . , . , ' .' ' pair of shoes, took home the DR. PFEFFER wrote '" A1-\TMPS ^ *=* found S 2 - 000 , Congress' brief as friend o f , m " - ' . . the court in the famous Mira- she returned the store re- cle censorship case, in which ««?* tomana£ " r £* D ^. the United States Supreme Breia w1x) sends *" the Court ruled that a motion pic- idozenj-oses. ^ ture which was accused ofi being blasphemous could not be censored on that account'' He wrote the AJCongress' brief as friend of the court defending the right of a Catholic church and parochial school to erect a building in a! residential suburb of Brighton' I Township, n e a r Rochester, N.Y., which was not -zoned" for religious buildings. Many other major cases involving civil rights, civil liberties and religious liberty may be cited as among those in which Dr. Pfeffer has participated. But Dr. Pfeffer also I finds the time to wiite books on the subject. "Church, State and Freedom." which he published only a few years agoj quickly won recognition as the authoritative work in the field; il is used as a text on| the law, history and develop-! ment of church-state relations in many law schools and colleges around the country. FOLLOWING the Sabbath Services at Temple Sinai Fri-1 day evening, the Model Seder.] 'conducted by the students ofi the religious school will bet held. The services, beginning' at 8 p.m. will be conducted by Rabbi Sidney S. Guthman and Cantor Morris Greenfield. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Boronstein will be hosts at the oneg shabbat and reception in honor of their 50th wedding anni- |versary and Boronstein's 75th birthday. The Sabbath morning services will commemorate the special Sabbath before Passover and win be followed by a kiddush. SAVE ON YOUR DRY CLEANING This coupon is worth 50c on your first 8 Ib. $2.0O load of Dry Cleaning in our new RCA Whirlpool Dry Cleaning machines. Do it yourself and save. Professional attendant on duty to assist you. Hours: 7-9 Mon. thru Fri.; Sat. 7-6; Sun. 10-5. Park on our lot Free. Coupon good Thurs., 4-4-63, to Wed., 4-10-63. OLYMPIC CLEANERS THIS COUPON WORTH 2063 PACIFIC AYE. HE 2-4W4 :*«.»*, 4 m Hear Ye! Hear Ye! ave on new The Feature of the Month The annual congregation .seder win be held Moniiy r [evening at 630 p,m, with I Rabbi Guthrun and Cantor Greenfield officiating, Ser- vice-nen and out-of-town college students will be gursts of the congregation, it was 1 announced by Stanley Goldin, jtemple president. I The Passover services will ibe held Tuesday and Wedr.es-' day at 9uX a.m. Rabbi Guth: 'man wilj speak at both ser-| vices on the theme of "Passover and the Four Freedoms." Beginning with this festival, an intensive membership campaign for 100 new families to affiliate with Temple Sinai wiH be inaugurated. G o l d i n announced. Messrs. Bernard Feinberg and AlUn Schulman are cochainntn of this membership committee. 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