Independent from Long Beach, California on March 16, 1961 · Page 70
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Mrs. Malcolm Renton, president of Avalon P-T.A., gasps in amazement as she hears her name announced as winner of year's honorary life membership award at surprise "This is Your Life" program staged in school auditorium. Beside her Bob Ellis, principal, claps as town's well kept program secret is revealed. Her civic and school work in Long Beach and Catalina rated her first such award made by Avalon P-T.A. Services in Jewish Temples Announced United Jewish Fund Sabbath will be ob- erved tt Temple Israel Friday night The service which is designed to give to men and women who giving leadership to the Jewish Welfare Fund Campaign, will begin at 8:30 pjn. Ben Art, director of public relations for the Settlement rtment of the Jewish Agency of Jerusalem, will lie pulpit and will speak on The Development Town and its Economic and Social Importance to Israel." W e l f a r e (Long Beach Temple Youth) will be held Sunday morning. It will begin at 9:45 a.m. in the Temple Social Hall and recognition foods of international variety are will be served. The proceeds of this program will support UNICEF. TNT (Temple Nu-Teens) are sponsoring a Teenage-Parent De- discussion "Parents on Parade" Sunday at 7:15 p.ra occupy Teenage panelists will be Debby Lampel and Bob Radus, Parent panelists: Mrs. Nat Harrison and Ray Carl. Top Names Booked for Desert Inn A strong lineup of new attractions is scheduled in the near future at Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn, Las Vegas. Following the current and Initial appearance of Dinah .Shore, other luminaries of the entertainment world such as Benny Goodman, Rosemary Clooney, Tony Martin and Phil Harris will entertain the throngs which are arriving in steadily increasing numbers at the Nevada playground. Miss Shore's success at the Inn is unparalleled. It is her fourth night club engagement in the past six years and each of the nightly appearances is before total capacity audiences. This special "in person" booking provides Dinah with the opportunity of working to a live audience and to maintain contact with critical Judgment of her shows, which it sometimes not available in network television programs. · * · * BENNY GOODMAN will also be making his Las Vegas debut in the theater dining room. He will bring his own orchestra and singers and will present a complete package of entertainment which will be supported by the comic antics of Paul Gilbert. Tony Martin, who has made more than 23 appearances in Las Vegas remains as one of the most durable and reliable stage attractions in this wonder world of lavish shows. His carefully tailored routines and special material has won for him a formidable group of fans who return again and ·gain to hear him perform. * · · · MISS CLOONEY will also debut at the Desert Inn in the early spring and advance res ervations for her show are already being requested. Phil Harris is expected to be "on stage" when the 9th renewal of the golfing Tournament of Champions will be played at the Desert Inn Country Club. This is an annual sport event of major interest and Phil plans to "double" at the golf course as one of NBC'c commentators when the tournament is televised on May 6th and 7th. Members of the Temple are asked to invite their friends :o attend the service and participate in the forum which will follow. During the Sabbath mom- ing worship Jay Ira Greene, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Greene of 2825 Iroquois Ave., will observe his Bar Mitzvah. T h i s year's Brotherhood Program sponsored by LBTY AT THE SABBATH evening services of Temple Sinai Friday evening at 8:15 o'clock, Rabbi Sidney S. Guthman will speak on "Conservative Judaism -- An Evaluation," the third in the series of pulpit discourses on the varieties of American Judaism. Sabbath morning services are held at 9:15 o'clock, with the Junior Congregation meeting for worship at 11 o'clock. Prison KnJws Arc on Display v muocum · i Base fea- Cot f : DAYTON, Ohio OR--An exhibit in the Air Force Museum at Wright-Patterson tures knives made from slats, hind-carved guns, cutters devised from blades, and other weapons nad tools. All were made by American airmen held in German prison camps during World War II. The display is a special interest of Royal D. Frey, mu seum reference and research chief, who was one of the American pilots shot down during the war. SAN FRANCISCO tfl - Fibreboard P a p e r Products announced Tuesday net bed earnings of $2,083,000 or will present a musical pro- wto $1.16 a share for 1960. down ice skate from $4,772,000 or $2.73 a in the a u d i t o r i u m . The Eomiags DtcBat Glee Clubs homemade share in 1959. Fibreboard manufactures packaging and gal Singers will be featured. building materials. Parish Plans Party The Parish Council of St Athanasius Church will hold a card party today at 8 p.m. in the parish hall, Market Street and Linden Avenue. SEND YOUR EASTER CLEANING QUICK CLEANERS 1836 Santo Fe Ave., LB. Hughes Junto.- High P-TA. Cast b Rtmovtd gram Tuesday evening at 7:30 Hughes Glee Club and Madri Harte Bret Harte P-TA. will sponsor an ice cream social and talent show. "In the Good Old Days of Vaudeville," next Thursday evening in the auditorium. Two performances, 6:30 HOLLYWOOD (UPI)-ck Kelly had the cast on his right arm removed, with doctor's permission, so he could report for the shooting of * scene in "Dodge City or Bust" for the Maverick series. Kelly finished the scene and put the cast on again. He broke a bone in his right hand in a fall at his home recently. and 7:30 p.m., will be given. Bret Harte parents and teachers will be featured. cfcktoi · ittaty mix · dnpod fid 5 Moss CAT FOODS What's New, Meet Topic "What's New in Mathematics, Science and Foreign Language," will be the topic of Will Rogers Junior High P-T.A. meeting Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. in the auditorium. Speakers will be Howard N. 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