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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
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Studio Theatre Playhouse plans unusual drama [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
Studio Theatre Playhouse plans unusual drama Studio Theatre Playhouse hai planned an exciting and satisfying hour for the adventurous playgoer! For two successive Saturday evenings, June 20 and 27, at midnight, following the of “The Moon Is Blue”, Edward Albee’s "The Zoo Story” will be presented. Hiis will be the first of unusual and controversial drama studies to be presented as workshop productions. There Is Bo admission charge to tbs workshop productions. CREATIVE TALENT For sheer, creative talent and untamed imagination, “The Zoo Story” otters immediacy and freshness. It was first dons in German in West Berlin in the fall of 1959. It was a project of Actors Studio prior to its off-Broadway presentation In 1960. William Shrier directs 'Bobart Bernard and James Sweeney in the Workshop midnight presentation. The play concerns a young man who is annoying a mild-natured conformist in Central Park. He is driven by an targe to arouse A human soul out of its modem Icthary and into an aw...
• v?' ' I The Wayfarers return ito popular Ice House [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
• v?' ' I The Wayfarers return ito popular Ice House The Wayfarer*, dynamic A oosnposer as well aa an artist RCA recording quartet, have I Sandy enriches her act with returned to The Ice House af- many of her own numbers. ter a successful apperance and] live recording session for their third album, the first ever to be done at a World's Fair, "The Wayfarers at the World’s Fair” at the RCA Victor Pavilion in Now York City. The popular young men who make up this exciting group, with amazing depth, range and versatility, create a stimulating new sound and image. They professionally and dramatically open new vistas in entertainment with their remarkable Uehd of contain and song. The Wayfarers are a lively feßtsinging grow with, the abOtty of capturing and &lt;*M keeping their audience* fat the spirit of their songs. Peter Evans, another Ice House favorite, returns with his brilliant flamenco rendition* of the music of old Spain. Hll flashing fingers bring to mind the passion* an...
Jack Larson featured at The Forge [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
Jack Larson featured at The Forge Youthful singing mimic. Jack Larson, currently appearing at Hie Forge in Glendale, is putting out same mighty fine entertainment. His show stopping impersonations, fresh and clever material, and an appealing rhythm singing style have made him one of the most promising young entertainers in show business. A guest appshnnos on the Ed Sullivan show, launched Larson into Important dub ttae all over the world. Recently Jack has been playing las Vegas and Reno. He hag been seen in the recent productions TCenage Millionaire'* and "The Toung Swingers.’* Jade can be seen doing bis devastating impersonations at the Forge nightly, decent Monday. He has been held over until July «, when be opens at the Moulin Rouge In Hollywood. Jack hat a three piece combo backing him that can really tear things up. JACK LARSON
mA Frenchman’s home Old Virginia Steak House [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
m A Frenchman’s home Old Virginia Steak House THE Homesick French truck driven cut bead for South Pasadena «n Thursday evenings and feel right'Ft home. Old Virginia, oldest dinner house in the San Gabriel Valley, puts out steaming tureens of onion soup late Thursday evening from 11 p.m. til 2 am closing, ladling it out free to one end *ll (admittedly, liable to be stock broken rather than truck drivers). , All started when the new manager, young Paul Darricarrere, got homesick for Paris himself and thought the least he could do was warm up memories and customers with that wonderful French-onion soup. Seems the soup was invented way back in the cold dawn of Paris history when wagon drivers would come in from French farms with loads of produce to sell at Les Halles, the famous marketplace. Some smart stall owner mate a soup of yesterday’s good, cheap onions, tossed in slices of French bread and grated cheese, and had a hit Every wagon driver quit rubbing his cold hands to grab a bowl ...
Galla-Rini celebrates 50 years on stage [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
Galla-Rini celebrates 50 years on stage Anthony Galla-Rlni, whom the New York World Telegram once titled "the Arthur Rubinstein of the vertical keyboard,” odebrates his SO years on the world concert stage with a Golden Jubilee Concert Sunday afternoon, June 21, at 2:30 pan. in Shrine Auditorium. For the event, an Irwin Fames special attraction, Gal-la-Rini will conduct a full Accordion "Symphony" Orchestra in the overtures from Rossini’s "La Cambiala di Matrimonio” and Verdi’s “La Form del Deettno;’’ the finale from Tschalkowsky’s “Swan Lake," and best-loved daisies by Bach, Rameau, Kabalevsky, Leonvavallo, Smetana and Dchuaiy. As a novelty, Galla-Rlni will play hit own “Sound Track Special," medley of themes from the many motion pictures in which he was featured solo accordionist “What Price Glory.” "High Neon,” and “Rhapsody In Bla«” being among the more notable. Guest soloists with the unusual orchestra will Include soprano star Christina Carroll of San Carlo, Glyndabourne and Me...
r r ■ POP season begins Saturday [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
r r ■ POP season begins Saturday Saturday, June 30, marks the opening at the season for Pacific Ocean Park, the family fun center in Santa Monica. To mark the opening, Paul Petersen star of The Donna Read Show" will be on band to greet the public. This will be followed by a parade down the famous promenade. There will be matinee shows for the ptenleers and teen dancing in the Date Club, with the fast stepping Vistas Band on hand to keep the action going. John Woyno portray* an 82nd Airborne officer in 'Darryl f. Zanaek'* "Tha Longest Day,” tho teroon ' dattic dramatising tho Allied invasion of Normandy during World War 11, now playing at the Highland Theatre.
Youfh'for Christ rally Folk singers to sing at Mission Plavhouse [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
Youfh'for Christ rally Folk singers to sing at Mission Plavhouse Suburban Youth for Christ has announced the return appearance ot humorous folk singer and speaker Chuck Stuckey Saturday, June 20, at the regular teenage rally, held cadi first and third Saturday nights, at the San Gabriel Civic Auditorium (Mission Playhouse) 320 S. Mission Drive in San Gabriel, 7 p.m. These programs are geared for youth, but adults are welcome. Church relegations and youth groups are especially urged to make thsse rallies part of their regular activities. Chuck Stuckey, since Us last appearance in the Suburban Youth for Christ Rally, has bean active in Youth ter Christ I clubs and rallies throughout j Southern California. Teenagers enjoy his humor, in music and challenging message. Musical highlight of the evening will feature the talent ot trumpeter, Ron Compton. A versatile young artist, with his multiple recordings and background music. Also "The Campus Tones" ensemble from Ventura Youth for Christ...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
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*Y* honored for capital fund drive f [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
*Y* honored for capital fund drive f The South Pssadena-Stn Marino YMCA was singled out tor a special honor bat Wed* nesday in recognition of its recent successful capital fund drive. The honor was bestowed at the Los Angeles YMCA’s 82nd annua] meeting at the Statler-Hilton Hotel. Waller Taylor n, chairman of the Y Buildings for Youth Campaign and a resident of San Marino, presented a trophy to Peter S. Arnold, chairmarf Jot the Board of Managers. £ South Pasadena-San Marino 53TMCA is within sight of its *425,000 local goal. Additional phonies to be supplied by the "Metropolitan YMCA will bring the South Pasadena-San Marino drive over $525,000. Taylor told the nearly 900 people present, “This truly has been a magnificent and inspiring experience, not only lor the people of South Pasadena and San Marino, but for our total Association, and I'm sure you &gt; all join me in the heartiest congratulations to the men and women of the South FasadenaSan Marino YMCA for a job well don...