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Enjoy your own pafio orchestra [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Enjoy your own pafio orchestra A major part of summer fun centers around the backyard patio and outdoor dining or entertainment. To enhance the enjoyment of a patio gathering, you can easily and inexpensively stage a “command performance" of your personal “outdoor orchestra.” The newest portable tape recorders offered by Ampex Corp., world’s leader In magnetic tape recording, weighs only 34 pounds and can be handily moved about the patio. Called the UST-4 and incorporating the latest in two-speak-er quality fidelity, the units are especially designed for simplicity of operation and provide both four-track stereo and four-track mono reproduction. Because of the superior sound quality of pre-recorded tapes and the consequent rapid increase in demand, music enthusiasts now have available a wide selection of the finest taped music from jazz to classics to pops. For example, Hawaiian music will set the mood for a luau. Or a few polkas will suit the party with a German motvfc And there’s ...
Guidelines for personal property assessments [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Guidelines for personal property assessments County Assessor Phil Watson said today his department would again use guidelines scaled to the assessed value of the dwellihg in making 1964 residential personal property assessments. Watson said he was continuing to work for the elimination of the household furnishings assessment, but this requires a change in state law. In the meantime, he said, he would continue to employ the computed percentage-of-improvement-value method used for the first time last year instead of putting almost 800 deputies on a door-to-door canvass. The 1964 furnishings assessment schedule ranges from tour per cent on houses or apartment units assessed at less than $2500 to a maximum 15 per cent on dwellings assessed at more than $27,000. It runs as follows: Assessed Value of Residential Guideline Improvement: Percentage: Under $2500 4 $2500-$2890 4.5 $2900-$3250 U ..;.,..5 $3260-$4OOO 5.5 $4OlO-$4500 6 $4510-$5OOO 6.5 $5OlO-$6OOO 7 $6OlO-$7OOO 7.5 $7OlO-$BOOO 8 $...
Patio divider [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Patio divider A patio split into halvas sometimes works better than one big patio, and here's where divider screens do a real job. Screen is built ef western red cedar Ix 6 boards set in louvred pattern between 2x4 rails. Posts are 4x4s. Planting bed fore and aft accentuates divider screen, brings garden right an to the patio.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
FURNITURE NEW Only $2.50 Weekly Reliable party wanted to taka over 3 rooms brand now furniture. Net repossessed. Consists of • piece bedroom, dresser A mirror, panel bed, metal hook-in-frame, 2 boudoir lamps, 2 bed pillows, also 10 piece living room, sofa bed, rocker, 3 tables, 2 lamps, 2 throw pillows, dinette and 12-pc. set of dishes. All 3 ROOMS *2BB PHONE DAILY 9 TO 6 P.M. CA. 1-3138 Can Be Seen Daily 9 to 6 p.m. and Sunday 12 to 5 p.m. Wolfe &amp; Sens Furniture Stores 2126 N. BROADWAY Corner Ave. 22 ASK FOR MR. WOLFE the FAMII/AWS OF COURSE HE DOESNT LOOK LIKE A POLICE Dosl THAT'S 'CAUSE HE’S A PLAINCLOTHESMAM 1 00 fiyfs WUDONT NEED A POLICE DO6TO FIKOTHE BEST BOVS IK TOWN 1 . SEETHE FAMILY WANT-ADS! j NORTHEAST CLASSIFIED
Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Custom Reupholstering SOFA or 2 CHAIRS COMPLETELY RE-UPHOLSTERED Prlco li cludos iefa or standard $' $U Including Larga PUSS PICK UP Soloction of Fabrics ‘ AND DILIVKBY SOFA BOTTOMS REWEBBED All Work Unconditionally Guarantood Murray itkonazi UPHOLSTERING SPECIALIST 557 E. Walnut St.— Pasadena SY. 5-4151 or Evenings Phono CL 6-6584 For Classified Ads Call 254-Slll not shown: the second most important man in this remodeled kitchen A ■ The man took a personal interest in the young couple who \yanted to remodel their kitchen. He got them an especially fine home improvement loan that saved them several hundred dollars. He set up a payment plan to fit comfortably within their income. He saw to it their payments fell due on the day of the month 1 most convenient for them to pay. He even arranged to pay the premiums for the life insurance on the loan. The man works at Security Bank. His title is Branch Manager. Do all Security Bank managers taka as much personal interest, in people? Yes. C...
Of Alexei Jawlensky Pasadena Art Museum presents famed works [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Of Alexei Jawlensky Pasadena Art Museum presents famed works Alexei Jawlensky, pioneer German Expressionist, is currently being honored by the Pasadena Art Museum with a Centennial Exhibition marking the first end largest retrospective showing of the famed artist’s works in this country. The exhibition opened Tuesday and continues through May 19. More than 200 oils, lithographs and water colors have been assembled by Director Walter . Hopps from collectors around the world for the special showing. The major portion of the exhibit comes from the Pasadena Museum’s famed “Blue Four” collection, bequeathed to the Museum by Mme. Galfca Scheyer, who dedicated her life to creating a public for Jawlensky, and fellow artists: Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee and Lyonel Feininger. MEETS SUCCESS Bom In Russia a hundred years ago, Jawlensky ultimately spent most of his life painting in Switzerland and Germany until crippled by arthritis in 1938. Mme. Scheyer, his ■ealous devotee, first met him Si 1...
On Review No Regrets' with singer Troy Walker [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
On Review No Regrets' with singer Troy Walker By Leslie Lynch A young man stands In the spotlight, microphone in hand and dramatically relates the story of a celebrated French singer . . . and her lonely past and then borrowing from the late Edith Plaff, he begins to sing “No Regrets." The crowd, boisterous before now becomes silent and no sound can be heard except the quality of a voice filled with more depth and emotion than imagination can assimulate. The applause is deafening as the exciting Troy Walker finishes the song that is his own favorite. This talented young singer is also a wit of considerable accomplishment Only 24-years-old, he possesses the composure and delivery of a seasoned veteran. His uninhibited sense of humor Is both refreshing and hilarious. Troy’s response, for instance, to a heckler is always spontaneous and caustic and when he is finished the heckler often becomes the heckled. It is delightful to this reviewer to see an entertainer with such a “free spirit...
Hollywood Bowl to begin 43rd season in July [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Hollywood Bowl to begin 43rd season in July Hollywood Bowl’s 43rd season of Symphonies Under the Stars will open Tuesday, July 7, with Anna Motto, Metropolitan Opera soprano, as soloist. Mias Moffo was heard in the Bowl last summer with the New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein conducting. She has been on the roster of the San Francisco Opera in its Los Angeles series and has sung extensively in Europe and London. The 1964 summer season will consist of nine weeks through Sept. 5, With Tuesday and Thursday nights devoted to symphony concerts presenting vocal and instrumental soloists, and the Saturday night "Pops” concerts.
Space program due at ELAC [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Space program due at ELAC ‘"H* Man in the Moon will be meeting a man on the moon before the end of the century,” predicts Willy Ley, the world famous authority on rockets and space travel will speak at East Los Angeles College today. Thursday (April 16) at 11 a.m. in Ingalls Auditorium. The program is open to the public free of charge. “Space exploration is progressing at such sputnik speed these days that within 10 or 30 years space flight will be an almost everday occurrence,” says the man who is considered by many to be one of the country's foremost writers on the conquest of space.
scene cures cold [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
scene cures cold When Jack Weston reported on the Warner Broa. lot with a bad case of sniffles, it looked as though a big underwater scene in which the comic star appears in “The Incredible Mr. Limpet” would have to be postponed. But director Arthur Lubin saved the day and the shooting-schedule of the new Technicolor fantasy-comedy. He ordered that the water in the huge tank On stage No. all 150,000 gallons of it—be heated to 82 degrees, to keep Weston comfortable' and prevent pneumonia, TTie actor not only did the scene but he emerged claiming the heat had cured hit cold. "The Incredible Mr. Limpet,” now playing at the Highland Theatre, is the story of a humble Brooklyn bookkeeper who turns into a fish and saves the U.S. Navy in World War 11. Don Knotts stars, along with Carole Cook, Andrew Duggan, Larry Keating and Weston. The film was produced by John C. Rose who also authored the scenario with Jameson Brewer.
Fourth night added to Disney grad party [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Fourth night added to Disney grad party Disneyland will add a fourth night to its schedule of All* Nite Grad Parties this June in response to demands from senior classes as far away as Lake Tahoe and Needles. About 120 schools are expected to send their graduating seniors to the Disneyland parties this year. The parties are set for June 11, 12 and 18 from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. and June 19 from midnight to 5:30 a.m. Hailed by educators, parents and students as a sane approach to all night graduation celebrations, the Disneyland Grad Parties were begun with a single night in 1961. In 1962, 73 schools participated on two nights. Last year, 98 schools took part during three all-nite parties. Sponsors from more than 100 schools already have filed applications to attend this year. Disneyland officials said reservations should be made as soon as possible. Parties are exclusively for graduating seniors and their dates or escorts. To attend, senior classes and adult sponsors must make reservatio...
Shaggy gorillas minus one buffalo fish??? [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Shaggy gorillas minus one buffalo fish??? A' draw is in town featuring the amazing "Shaggy Gorillas minus one Buffalo Fish," and Saturday's their last night here! This was the latest word received from the Ice House located at 24 N. Mentor Ave. in Pasadena. But don't despair . . . The Turtles with their satire, music, and comedy immediately take over on Tuesday, April 21 running through May 17. The group, direct from the “Hungry I” in San Frandsco, have received raves as well as a good deal of laughter at everywhere that they performed. Qne critic called them “a new and exciting trend to madcap fun.” Also slated to appear this month is Stewart Clay, the droll and witty musical star you’ve seen as master of ceremonies on TV's “The Big Hoot,” and Pat and Victoria, who are returning from an eastern club and concert tour. Reservations may be obtained by calling MU 1-9942.
Sportsmen Show runs unit Sunday at Pan Pacific [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Sportsmen Show runs unit Sunday at Pan Pacific Thoae that hava any doubt about Spring being here hava until Sunday, April 13, to aea for themselves by visiting the 19th Annual Sportsmen’s Vacation Show at Pan-Pacific Auditorium. The nation's largest exposition devoted exclusively to the outdoors covers several acres of ground and features exhibits worth $10,000,000 in new products. This year the Parade of Outdoor Champions stage and water show lists as official host rugged Bruce Yarnell, star of the stage, screen and TV. Yarnell introduces such acts as the "Rocketmen," a daring demonstration of the "Space Age;’’ Mariachi Los Camperos, Mexico's top mariachi group; Joan Valvato, world’s champion flycaster; Eddie Feigner, king of the soft-ball pitchers; Jimmy Running, champion log roller and other acts. Show hours are daily from 2 p.m., Saturday and Sunday from noon. Stage shows are daily at 4 and 8 p.m. with an extra show at 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. FRAGILE GLASS ANIMALS—'The Glass...
Melodyland Theater greets the King' [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Melodyland Theater greets the King' THE Nat King Cote returns to Melodyland Theatre on April 24, for a week’s engagement. The Connie Francis show, including Connie. Jan and Dean, The Scavengers, and comedian Morey Amsterdam, closes this Sunday riight, April 19. The King will return with his same “Sights and Sounds" revue, which played the Anaheim theatre-in-the-round last December. Included in the company will be atand-up comedian Pete Barbutti, a _ talented choral group of mixed voices, “The Merry Young Souls,” plus Nat’s twenty-piece orchestra. Cole has criss-crossed the country over two dozen times during the past year, playing In over 100 cities. He and his revue have also made a number of network appearances on major TV shows. Nat, who makes his home in Los Angeles, admits that his playdate schedule this past year has been a rough one. He rarely has time to relax for In addition to his numerous public appearances, he continues his many recording sessions, apparently turning out...
'A Tiger Walks'-new suspense film now playing at Highland [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
'A Tiger Walks'-new suspense film now playing at Highland Walt Disney’s feature motion picture, "A Tiger Walks,” is a new kind of suspense story involving an escaped tiger. Every conceivable obstacle is placed In the path of Brian Keith, a sheriff with a conscience. First of all, a dense fog drops down to cover the area, making it impossible to track the big cat. Then the sheriffs 13-year-old daughter make* a nationwide plea to "Save That Tiger” on network TV. An ambitious governor who sees the situation as an opportunity to capture headlines and call* out the National Guard. A trigger happy soldier adds his two cents worth by wounding a fanner. Then, to top it off, hundreds of slap-happy kids bearing "Sava That Tiger" placards begin to swing the opinions of a nation. Filmed in color by Technicolor, “A Tiger Walks” stars Brian Keith, Vera Miles and Pamela Franklin. LEAP TO FREEDOM This is the moment when « caged tiger became a jungle beast roaming the streets of a city, in Walt Disn...