Independent from Long Beach, California on February 27, 1969 · Page 89
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P 10 Z I, P 5 Z 3 Long fcaehj pri-u-Ttt«um, WMlWdjy. "=·».», l»»i inMM.iAiti TmiridH, FA. D, IN) I Jewish Services t.Cont. from Page 1, Zone 1) ^Cont. from Page 1, Zone 3) School that day, but all children are expected to be present for the Megil- lah Reading. The monthly Sisterhood meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 4, at the University of Judaism in Los Angeles. Sisterhood will tour the University and have lunch there. Mrs. Max Warren is in charge of arrangements. Anyone wishing to join the Sisterhood may call Mrs. Warren at HA 9-6100 for reservations. At the Sabbath Services Friday evening at 8, at Temple Sinai, Seventh and Molino, the Bas Mitzvah of Esther Stromberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stromberg will be observed. Esther will participate in the services and receive her Charge and Benediction from Rabbi Sidney S. Guthman. Following the service a reception in honor of the Bas Mitzvah will be hosted by her parents. Rabbi Guthman will speak on "From Pharaoh 10 Nasser -- a Purim Message." Cantor Eli Kagan and the Temple Choir will officiate. On Saturday services will be held at 9:30 a.m., and the Junior Congregation will meet for worship at 10:45. The Kiddush reception following the services will be given in honor of the fiftieth Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rickles. On Sunday morning, at 10:30, the Study Course in the Prayer Book, under t.he auspices of the Men's Club and Sisterhood, will take place in the Temple Library. The Festival of Purlm will begin on Monday evening . with special services held in the Temple sanctuary at 7:30 p.m. The Temple Parents Association, under the chairman- snip ol Mn. Martin Burns, will. «erve refreshments to alllthe children. Sabbath Evening services at Temple Israel will b» held Friday night, at 8. Rabbi Wolli Kaelter will conduct this monthly Family Night services assisted by the Temple Singers under the direction of Mrs. Anita Bard. Students of the 7th grade will be the special Sabbath guests and their parents will be hosts at- the Oneg Shabbat after the service. The Sabbath Lights will be blessed by Mrs. Leo Shultz and her daughter Dorothy. The Kiddush will be chanted by Dorothy Shultz assisted by her father. Sabbath Morning Worship will commence at 11 and Dorothy Shultz will observe her Bat Mitzvah. Following the service, a Kiddush will be tendered by Mr. and Mrs. Leo Shultz in honor of their daughter Dorothy's Bat Mitzvah. Saturday afternoon at 2 adult education classes will be held in Rabbi. Wolli Kae'.ter's study. There will be no Hebrew classes on Monday, however the students of the Hebrew Department of the Religious Scholl as well as the rest of the congregation are invited to attend a special Purim Service on Monday at 7:30 p.m. Rabbi Kaelter will read the Megillah recounting the triumph of Queen Ester over the evil plot of Haman. The Youth Choir, under the direction of Mrs. Anita Bard will sing Purim music. Traditional refreshments Homontashen will be served after services in the David Feuer auditorium. -Wednesday, March 5, Dr. Michael Singer will be the speaker featured in the Confirmation Class series" Issues of Concience." His topic will be "Self Hatred." The public is invited. Regular Adult Hebrew classes will be held on Thursday, March 6. Both beginners and advanced Hebrew studies are taking place. Beginners Hebrew taught by Mrs. Martha Posalski and the more advanced students taught by Mrs. Sarah Kaelter. ,uper-Right" Meats -- Great Buys 5s? TRY OUR CASH SAVINGS FOR SIZE E V E R Y WEEK A N D S E E . . . ^ HAMS Full Shank Half WHOLE HAMS 57 Butt //. Portion HAM SLICES DOLLAR BIGGER la. M-vv, ,i«£3 USDA "CHOICE" GRADE GRAIN FED STEER BEEF DOUBLE YOUR MOIEYUCRI T-BONE, CLUB or CHAR Top Sirloin,: -1 I Porterhouses II s N.Y. Gut Steak ffi 1" Breakfast ffi 1» Filet Mignon A»r« FINEST LENTEN Seafood Values ALASKAN f f J Q SCALLOPS 11 Seafood Dinners ROUNDER V£ 59 HADDOCK Frying Chicken Parts WHOLE * Legs Drumsticks 59* Breasts Thighs.. 65 Chicken Wings . . . 29f» Fresh FruitsVegetables! Knoekmrst Natioral-Gmuint Kosher PERCH "~ A ^ SCALLOP SHRIMP Fkg. 55* '£ 55« ft 69* ·ft 69* Savings On Fine Groceries! I I EXTRA FANCY WASHINGTON RED m m f\f\ Delicious Apples 4 Ibs I Bell Peppers 29 £ * ^I0i MVAW HE|NZ /YUBAN\ Ketchup V NAVEL \ COFFEE 1-lb. Can -^ ANN PAGE SALAD \ Dressing CEBHARDT WROE Oranges Cauliflower 29 Green Cabbage 7 Wifh BEANS ! Chili GOLDEN RISE-rreoncea K Cookies 26-ox. Btl. Qt. Jar 40-or. Can GOLDEN RISE-Pre-Sliced Ready for Baking Attid. 10'/i-oz. Pkg. 37 47 69 29 FIRM FRESH PILLSBURY Buttermilk or Country Style Biscuits AURORA ASSTD. FARM FRESH NABISCO Crackers Pretzels Cheese Nips, Cheese Tidbits Veri-Thin Pretzels Sticks or Doodads "Mix or Match" MEL-O-BIT Cheese Slices Amer., Pirn, or Swiss 3 7 lo id A A "Mix ^fc 6-or. itf ~1 «.-,,3 pk "l Toilet Tissue FOR SALADS OR COOKING Wesson Oil GRANULATED CH Sugar MO. 79c £_£ Excedrin*'£ Of PURE CANE 2-Roll Pkg. H-Pint Bottle 5-lb, 23 45 55 REG. 1.00 RIGHT GUARC Deodorant". JOe Off Reg. i Menthol Barbasol '"· LANGENDORF Party Time Cups 49' Del Monte Buffet Items Whols Kernel Corn «£ ^ '\ Cream Style Con ysSS, «S5 / IAURA SCUDDER ^ CSiL. 11 Mayonnaise\ FraH Cocktail Quart Jar FLEISCHMANN'S 6-ct. Pkg. YUKON CLUB Aistd. Beverages ; 89 Lo-Cal AP BRAND Cosmetic Puffs 3V 300-ct. Pk8. f KING SIZE EAR m WL ^^.m ^ FLEISCHMANN'S I DETERGENT* · Margarine · ^^ ^ L . M ANN PAGi-with Chili Gravy " ~ ^* / R e d Beans t? B*ioo\ QcmJ \ Mb. Pkg. 35* 39 Cans 00 1URRY MR. CHIPS Cornet Cleinscr* 2 '££ 29* Choc. Chip Cookies' LIIBY Fruit Cocktail UBBY VUHHH Sausage Lisar Tomato Juice · Pure Corn Mizola Oil LIBBT Peas 411. tin OQt KAIWEU HOUSt 66* InsL Coffee TUItN Inst. Coffee »UHT JEMIMA Downy Rinse* Med. Ivory Soap* 2 PerhorySoap* 4 Camay Soap* 3 Zest Soap* 2 1M Safeguard Soap* 2!!,'M3 *?' 1 Mr. Clean Liquid* ,%73 SpicSpan* , lava Soap* 21 Giant Biz* , lit. M «lftt Kotex* 1J-U. , SULTANA -^ DAAB*A w/Tomata 9 beans sau» j A*P ^^ Cream Cheese 8 pS39 c FOR MANY USES Reynolds Wrap* 35' f LIHIIHt »r ICUTID Peanuts ' v ?«-69 MI. Itt S41* 33* 27* IEI mam a. Lima Beans mni£it noun,j, C0n *" Coffee ffiBSHa. ..., MI. CM J.M unnK "If tnabl» lo pimtioMi try aiiuthti Htm-Htatt nqm* · Horn Cktttf iu.M«NH»ict n .,, nru mum* 3 £«· 23* 25-ft. Roll Pricti Efftctiv* Thun. thru Wtd., Fib. 27, 21, Mar. 1, J, 3, 4 1 5 · 4243 Woodruff Av*. at Carson · 5116 I. Second St., Long Beach · Comer of Walker 4V Ball, Cypress Bun dtp »l»mn tivtn «n «ll ittmt «upl ilcoMie li , HIMCM

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