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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
After the three basic necessities food, clothing and shelter comes the Fourth Necessity enough Ilfs Insurance. It guarantees the other three for your family. And the one sure way to make certain they are adequately protected Is through Metropolitan’s Family-Security CheckUp. No obligation. Call today! HENRY C. EBERT * CA. 2-2391 or DU. I-5333 Metropolitan life 'Complete Office Suppliers" an APAIB OFPIC6 SUPPLY 2801 N. Figueroa St., LA. CApitol 5-2215 HOLLYWOOD BED SALE I USE YOUR CREDIT CARDI Here’s What You Get... *- DAY sais-mon., tub wh&gt; . tours. TWIN BED SET A Saf Cmulth of • ONI TUFTLISS INNERSPRING MATTRESS • ONI GUARANTHD lOX SPRING • ONI SIT HOLLYWOOD lies \ Plo*tk Headboard Extra Only $3.00 Down—Small Monthly Payments SAVII SPECIAL Custom modo sots f ft. lonf, 4 ft. Quality KING SIZE I*--- $0490 ONLY lASV MONTHLY TERMS LAISCO FEDIC SET Twta Slia 50-Yaar HOTEL SET luxurious $4990 -Y DOWN lASY TIRMS Twta Six INTERNATIONAL LtaM. 7-ai. wwvan IkUnf. ONLY $7./0 DOW*# t...
[The ’King' at Mdodyland [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
[The ’King' at Mdodyland King Cole, who opens a (week’s return engagement at LMelodyland Theatre Friday Bight, April 24, can boast of ■having started a number of [“minor" revolutions some years I back In a half dozen South American countries. Nat’s revolutions, however, were happy and peaceful, and occasioned when he visited such cities as San Paulo, Buenos Aires, Caracas, Santiago and Lima on his 1959 tour of the Latin-American continent. Cole’s enthusiastic fans, by the hundreds of thousands, would storm the airports Whenever he flew in. No skulls were cracked, nobody was hurt and no governments fell, although the welcoming mobs were restrained by platoons of crashhelmeted police and soldiers. Nat will bring his "Sights and Sounds’’ revue to Melodyland Theatre, including the popular young comic Pete Barbutti, and his sensational, 20-voice chorus. The Merry Young Souls, plus a 90-piece orchestra.
Grant and Hepburn Romance, mystery and comedy-all in 'Charade' [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Grant and Hepburn Romance, mystery and comedy-all in 'Charade' ENTiRTA I MM S Nt OU * It’s more apparent than ever that there are no limits to the entertainment heights that can be reached on the screen by Cary Grant Just when folks are certain he has achieved the ultimate, Cary pops up with something that tops anything he has accomplished before. Such is the case with "Charade,” a fabulous Technicolor blending of romance, comedy and suspense starring Grant and Audrey Hepburn. A thoroughly enthralled audience at the Highland Theater agreed unanimously that this Universal release, a titillating sur-prise-a-mlnute bonbon of sheer delight, is Cary at his best, Audrey at her finest, and story-telling in its most perfect form. Why didn't somebody think of putting these two together before this? From its polished opening shots at the smart ski resort at Megeve in the Swiss Alps to its sophisticated amour in Paris, “Charade” as produced and directed by Stanley Donen is a cinematic charmier...
Eat outdoors at Fairway House [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Eat outdoors at Fairway House In this balmy, Southern California weather, many families are looking for resaturants that offer fine foods with atmosphere. Ben Smlth-Meyer, owner of the Fairway House has fulfilled this ideal setting at the Arroyo Seco Golf Course, lo- ! cated between Highland Park and South Pasadena. The Fairway House built into the Club House of the golf course, is unusual in many ways. Benny, as he is known by his many friends, has brought a flavor of his native land—Norway—to Los Angeles with his famed Smorgasbord. He offers this novel way of dining; on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. V The most popular dish, according to the many customers, is Swedish fried chicken. This dish is most unusual in the fact that the chicken never sees a frying pan. According to the old Swedish recipe, the chicken is first dipped in melted butter, then rolled in « mixture of bread crumbs, a specially prepared cheese, garlic and spices and finally baked tot, over an hogir. This taste ...
Ole Man River* [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Ole Man River* "Mr. T," formerly featured singer o» thW Mission Inn of Riverside, California, is now appearing at the Forge, popular night spot in Glendale. “Mr. T" was discovered by Beaumond Records whose executives predict his version of "Ole Man River" will be a big hit in ’64. "Ml*. T" and his accompanying "Uniques" offer an unlimited repertoire of popular jagz, rock and roll which is interspersed with a sharp comedy show. The group recently completed an eight state tour including Rene and las Vegas.
CSC registers a first in art [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
CSC registers a first in art The last event in the California State College at Los Angeles First Annual Fine Arts Festival is a “first" for the West Coast. The outstanding Murray Louis Dance Co., one of the leading expressions of contemporary experimental dance theater in the U.S., will be seen for the first time on the West Coast in two concerts, April 24 and 25 at 8:30 p.m. in the campus theater. Described by John Martin of the “New York Tiroes” as a "choreographer of real authority, who manages to achieve formal stability without sacrificing his intuitive discoveries of movement,” Murray Louis Incorporates and extends the dance innovations he learned with Alwin Nikolais, the revolutionary choreographer of Henry Street Playhouse in New York. Though Louis approaches dance traditionally, he extends his concepts into the texture of avant garde movements, and with superb showmanship, achieves a "theatricallsm of high order.” according to Ernestine Stodelle of “Dance Observer." The exp...
El Milagro now at Padua Hills [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
El Milagro now at Padua Hills CLAREMONT—A brand m' ,pl*y written especially for The Mexican Player* begin* a run of seven weeks tomorrow at Padua HUIs Theatre. Title of the production written by Dr. Pauline B. Deuel, assistant professor of languages at the University of Southern California, is "El Milagro,” which translated into English means ‘The Miracle.” The play is in English and Spanish. The three-act comedy brings into conflict the culture of an earlier period in Mexico with that of the present, pitting a stubborn old man against a teacher of the modern school, with a superstitious female reporter adding fuel to the fir*. Reservations for theatre and dining room may be made by calling NAtlorsl 6-1388, Claremont.
Czech stars will present 'Marysa* at Ebell Theater [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Czech stars will present 'Marysa* at Ebell Theater Eduard Ingris, one of Caechoslovakia’s great composers, will present a Hollywood production entitled “Marysa” Saturday, April 35 at the Wilshlre Ebell Theater, 4401 West Bth St, at 7i49 pan. The one performance show will include a cast of 60, including such stars as Adala Gebr, Jaroslav Zvolanek, Roe* Rys, Jarmila Vrba, Nina Karpuschkin, Karel Pink, Frank Mathlasko, Ada Dusil, Anna Perina, Marianna Hlntnaua, Lorraine Hagenburger. George Perina, BorivoJ Knoblock. Mllous Pelc, Lubomlr Hintuaus and many others. The operatic performance Is directed by Karel Hradilak, with choreography being handled by F Mathlasko. For more Information, contact the Wilshlre Ebell Theater. 1 - - r ■ a. \ v
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
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/c# cream social af Sierra Park school open house [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
/c# cream social af Sierra Park school open house Kem Park PTA and school staff will welcome parents and fridpds at - the annual open hoqae at Sierra Park School April 28, 7-9 p.m., with classroom visitation to 7:30 p.m. Everyone is invited 1 to an-ica 1 cream social either before or I after visiting the classrooms, i Newly-elected PTA officers ■ are; Mrs. James Robuck, president; Mrs. Don Noble, first vice president; Mrs. Lucille Bealli second vice president; Mrs. E. H.,Havecker, secretary; Mrs. Peter LaPiana, treasurer; Mrs. Pearl Blacher, historian and Mrs. Phil Allen, auditor, Mrs. Barbara Martin is elader of the new Brownie Troop sponsored by Sierra Park PTA.
’Lest You Leave a Loophole' discussed at Presbyterian [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
’Lest You Leave a Loophole' discussed at Presbyterian ‘‘Lest You Leave a Loop* hole" is the title of The Rev. Ralph E. Vandersall's sermon to be delivered at the 11 a.m. morning worship service In the sanctuary of the El Sereno Community Presbyterian Church, 3606 Portola Ave. mi Sunday, April 26. The title is drawn from The New English Bible, Ephesians 4:26. 27, ‘‘lf you are angry, do not let anger lead you into sin; do not let sunset find you still nursing it; leave no loop-hole for the devil." Other scriptural references are I Cor. 14:20 and Matt. 6:15, 15. He will discuss how to deal with anger and how to handle ourselves in a mature manner with those with whom we totally disagree yet being childlike in our willingness to forgive. Jesus told us to “Agree with the adversary quickly.” This does not mean that we should not express ourselves but that we should maintain a healthy attitude toward others' opinions. "The Peaceful Forest" will be the organ prelude and Messiaen's "Le Banqu...
William Newcomb serving aboard navy destroyer [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
William Newcomb serving aboard navy destroyer William Newcomb, machinist's mate third class, USN, son of Mrs. Frances Newcomb of 4262 Guardis Ave., is serving aboard the destroyer USS Rogers operating out of San Diego. Calif. Rogers Is presently undergoing overhaul in the Charleston, S.C. Naval Shipyard and will return to San Diego In June. She periodically serves a tour of duty with the Seventh Fleet in the Far East.
Board of Education speaker slated for El Sereno PTA [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Board of Education speaker slated for El Sereno PTA El Sereno PTA met April 20 Mrs. Dorothy B. Carr, supervisor of special education, Los Angeles City Schools as guest speaker. El Sereno School will hold open house tonight from 6:30 to 9:30. Parents are invited to visit their children’s classes. so that they may have the opportunity to see their work and also visit with the teachers. A program is planned featuring the El Sereno color guard opening the ceremony with the posting of the flags.