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God-parent noted at SR [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
God-parent noted at SR Churches In his lecture this Sunday, the Rev. Bro. Anandamoy will quote from the writings of Paramahansa Yogananda, founder of Self-Realization Fellowship: “As the ocean can exist without the wave, so Spirit can exist without man, but man cannot exist without Spirit. We are as waves on the ocean of Spirit.” “Intuitively feeling our identity with this fountainhead of life, we address It as God. the Father. (When Jesus called himself the son of God his reference had a deep impersonal significance, the son of God’ symbolizing the Christ or divine consciousness inherent in every man.)” “Since all matter is a mani- &gt; festation of Spirit, it naturally f follows that all life is rooted in the same Source. This realization brings us face to face with the fact that back of the physical world there is a spiritual world, and that everything manifested, including human life, owes its existence to an eternal Cosmic Force. This living. Cosmic Force or Spirit is i...
Dr. Brahams spee!;s at Mother's Day service [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Dr. Brahams spee!;s at Mother's Day service The Rev. Raymond I. Braharas will give at hi« Mothers' Day sermon, "Ruth, The Moabitesa" at both services, 9:30 and U a.m. i He will take his text trom Ruth 1:16; "But Ruth said, ‘Ertregt me not to leaveyou or to retarn from Jollowipg you; for where you go I will go, and where you lodge, I will lodge; your people shall be my people. and vour God mv God’.” The i of the midweek service this Wednesday evening at 7:30 will be Jesus teaching about tfie ”E«id Times” and will be led by Dr, Brahams. Last Friday afternoon, 36 of the officers, their husbands or wiyea, Journeyed to Mar Casa at Balboa Island for their annual officers retreat. Speakers were Dr. Carroll Shuster, executive of the Southern Area Synod of California, and The Rev. and Mrs. Jack Smith. m.V sionaries to Africa. * A full week at 'activities started with the Los Angeles Presbyterian Society meeting at Hollywood Presbyterian Church on Monday. The theme was "Spanish Americans Here...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
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My Fair Lady' opens at Melodyland Theater [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
My Fair Lady' opens at Melodyland Theater David Tlhmar, who won critical acclaim for his staging of Melodyland Theatre’s musicals and most of its legitimate plays last year, has been resigned by producers Sammy Lewis and Danny bare as director for the theatre’s 1964 Summer and Fall seasons. Tlhmar is currently “up to his neck" in rehearsals for the Hay 13 opening of “My Fair Lady," starring Michael Rennie. Considered the nation’s leading authority on “theatre-in-tbe-round" operations, Tihmar Is currently writing a text bode on the subject, which, when completed, will be the blble for directors, stage managers and producers engaged in the presentation of arena-type theatrt. For the past four years, he has annually lectured on theatre-in-the-round at Har- vard, Northwestern an dottier universities. Born in Oklahoma, Tihmar received his early theatrical training as a performer, and appeared in various Pilgrimage Plays in Hollywood and at the Hollywood Bowl. He has been associated with ...
The popular Old Virginia once a famous ostrich farm [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
The popular Old Virginia once a famous ostrich farm I It would requirt a patron with a lively imagination to picture the Old Virginia restaurant, 119 Pasadena Ave, with its urbane atmosphere, as a spin-off from an ostrich farm. That, nevertheless, is the case. One of the oldest dinner houses in the San Gabriel Valley, the Old Virginia has steadily become one of the most popular restaurants in this area. Many are familiar with the past history of its building as told by management, but for the benefit of those who are not, we would like to reprint it here. The building now occupied by the Old Virginia has a unique past The room which is the main dining room was the main showroom for ostrich plumes. Yes, the Old Virginia was once part of the world famous South Pasadena Ostrich Farm. AMAZING BUSINESS This amazing business was started by Edwin H. Caw*ton In 1881 when he went to Natal. South Africa and paid $6OOO for 53 full grown ostriches. He chartered a vessel the Swedish KHOKMo bring...
New Esquire Theatre in Pasadena opened to public [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
New Esquire Theatre in Pasadena opened to public -Max Laemmle, operator of the new Esquire Theatre open* ' ed recently in Pasadena, la no stranger to theatregoers of the Highland Farit area. For a number of years, Laemmle ran the Park and the Dale Theatres. At the present time, he also operates the Los Fells Theatre on North Vermont where he has hem showing tins arts dims for several yean. Laeiranle’s son, Robert, la the manager of the Esquire, and follows a family tradition of the film business started when Carl Laemmle, Max’s uncle, pioneered the motion picture business and headed Universal Pictures for many years. “It la no secret,” Loemmle said recently," that TV on a large scale sounded the death knell for many theatres showing motion pictures and changed the picture producing business. The run-of-the-min films Just couldn’t compete with the video screen in one’s home. Laemmle went on to say that film production costs in this country, of course, could not be compared With much ...
The Silence1 Man's point of view [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
The Silence 1 Man's point of view listener eßrgmen’s controversial “The Silence” is currently playing a* the Esquire Theater, and k bound to stir a hornet’s neat ef dkmmlnn and debate when It’s all over. Wrote Winston Archer of tea New Fork Post: «. . . a depressing subject, nudity beyond the customary and sexual frankness binning n new trail.” THE CRASH Times have been so good for so long that the only boom that can bo had now is tbs kind you fall down and go.
CSC sets first Film Festival [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
CSC sets first Film Festival i?'T* V* "a • "" •*• f’l I Vr -w i 4dr C ' '&lt; V* «' ** - ' ' ' : . ;« : Experimental amateur and professional films will be featured in the three day First Annual Southern California Film Festival hosted by California State College at Los Angeles, beginning May 8 and Initiating a week of ceremonies in honor of the inauguration of CSC-LA’s new president, Dr. Frankiyn A. Johnson. Arranged by the school literary magazine, "Statement,” the festival has received a "terrific response, far more extensive than we had expecttd,” said Jean Maloney, assistant professor of English and faculty advisor for "Statement.” In this Jet-age everybody seems to be under the Impree don they are hard-pressed for time. Too often the hot tip a guy gets on the races leaves him nothing but a nasty burn. MICHAEL NEFT is featured in Tennessee Williams' "The Glass Menagerie." currently playing weekends at Studio Theatre Playhouse on Eagle Rock Blyd. The award winning drama ...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
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CUMMINGS AND GOINGS District Attorney hopefuls in heated debate [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
CUMMINGS AND GOINGS District Attorney hopefuls in heated debate BT RIDGELY CUMMINGS Civic Center New* Agency CCNA—The three candidates tor district attorney of L.A. County raked each other over the coals last week In their first joint press conference held at the Greater Los Angeles Press Club. Superior Court Judge Vincent Dalsimer and Superior Court Judge Eve lie Younger Criticized Manley Bowler, chief deputy district attorney, for ‘‘low morale" in the DA’s office and the quitting of 45 of the 180 attorneys within the past year and a half. Bowler defended the morale, said the DA’s office has' an ‘‘unblemished reputation” and suggested that most of the attorneys leaving were retiring because of age or being promoted to judgeships, with the others being young lawyers who got a little experience on the public payroll and then went into private practice with nothing but praise for the way Bowler and Bill McKesson have been operating. RAPS OPPONENTS He did admit there might be "a few di...
Color guard performs in Alhambra [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Color guard performs in Alhambra The El Sereno Junior Color Guard was honored April 17 when they were chosen to be the American Legion 18th district official color guard. The girls demonstrated drills at Alhambra American Legion Post and when concluding Caroline Salazar was escorted to the stage by the captains of the color guard Karen Brown and Jo Anne Martin. Miss Salazar accepted the flag for the group from the 18th district Commander. The color guard, drill team end a portion of the newly formed Majorette Unit went to the City of Hope "March ef Champions” on Sunday at Cerritos College Stadium in Norwalk. 1 The Majorettes were entering competition for the first time.
BOOK SHELF EL SERENO LIBRARY 4990 Huntington DHva to. [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
BOOK SHELF EL SERENO LIBRARY 4990 Huntington DHva to. AMERICA AND RUSSIA By American Heritage Here are the fascinating highlights of Russo-American history, from the first friendly contacts .... down to the bitterness that followed upon the Yalta Conference. STRANGE WIVES By Shirley Barker A tale of Jewish merchants in Newport of their part in the Revolution, and of the New England farmer’s daughter, Jenny. A KIND OF MAGIC By Edna Ferber As dynamic today as when she first began observing the American scene, Edna Ferber here continues her own story from 1939 to 1963. DIAMOND HEAD By Peter Gilman This turbulent story of the powerful Howland clan, one of the foremost families in the Islands, is the story of Hawaii itself. ELIZABETH APPLETON By John O’Hara As the wife of a history professor in a small Pennsylvania college town she was not well prepared to share her husband’s intellectual enthusiasm or cherish his friends. ATOMIC SUBMARINES By Norman Palmar Atomic Submarines is the impor...
Sravois will install its new officers [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Sravois will install its new officers Gravois Avenue School PTA will install officers at Its Tuesday, May 12 meeting. Officers to be Installed are: Mines. Robert Hutchinson, president: Harold C. Munn, first vice president; Juan Bonilla, second vice president; Edward Rivas, recording secretary; John Lara, corresponding secretary; Lawrence Temm, treasurer; Seymour Adler, historian; and Messrs. Lou Marez, third vice president and Lawrence Temm, auditor. The parliamentarian will be appointed by the new president. Three officers will be serving second terms in the same office. They are Mmes. Harold C. Munn, Juan Bonilla and Lawrence Temm. All the officers will take office on July 1. The topic at the May 12 meeting will be "Through Education We Enrich Our Musical Talent." In keeping with the topic the school orchestra will play several selections.