The Tustin News from Tustin, California on September 3, 1987 · Page 34
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THE TUSTIN NEWS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1987, C-5 4 V Essay Contest Open to Students in Area 71' Li 1 Y i X - ' -.-Va ' IVriW: vWM ir 1 4 ... ,f ALOHA Staffers of The Folding Factory, 625 South B St., pause for a photo during their first anniversary celebration last week. The business, owned and operated by Tustinites, Dennis Mack and Mitch De Benedetto who met in the Tustin High class of '72, is a trade bindery providing folding and saddlestitching of magazines, inserts, brochures and the like. For the birthday, they transformed the plant into a slice of Maui. Shown here are a professional dancer; De Benedetto; Miss Hawaii of 1985, Aurora Mapua Kaawa; Mack; and another dancer. Customers are invited to call The Folding Factory at 832-1991. Photo by Paul Mazlak Marine Finds Wide-Open Spaces to Play Instrument by SGT. JERI VAN DUZEN First Lieutenant Scott Hiester of Marine Corps Air Stations Tustin is "very self-conscious about practicing" his favorite musical instrument. He won't play in the house, but instead looks for wide-open spaces. It isn't that he's bad. The CH-46 helicopter pilot is a talented musician who's been involved in both vocal and instrumental music since his elementary school days in Robesonia, Pa. It's the instrument itself that causes his concern. Hiester plays the bagpipes. "I heard them when I was a little kid and they're one of the things I always wanted to play," he said. He got his chance at the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, MD. Bagpip-ing isn't part of the curriculum for midshipmen, however. "There are groups like glee club and choir, and I was in that, but it definitely isn't a music school," Hiester said with a smile. A Marine captain at the Academy taught him to play. The same captain was instrumental in Hiester's decision to become a Marine. "He didn't wrangle me into the Marine Corps, but he certainly served as a good role model." Bagpipes have been around since Bible days, Hiester explained. Ancient Romans used a version and they were common in Persia, Turkey and Palestine around 100 A.D. They got to the British Isles as the Romans conquered Europe. Traditionally they were associated with military formations. "At one time they were considered instruments of war," Heister said. For a while they were banned in Scotland for that reason. That's when fiddles became popular. "I took them to the CAX (combined arms exercise in the desert)," Hiester said. "You can pretty much take them anywhere." He pulled a practice chanter from under his desk in the cramped intelligence office at Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 164. With the practice chanter he can practice the melody of songs without all the sounds of the pipes. The melody is played on the chanter while the three pipes, called drones, play one note each. "You're limited to nine notes, which is why people sometimes think all bagpipe music sounds the same," Hiester said. "Amazing Grace," the "Marine's Hymn" and "Auld Lang Syne" fit real well within the limit." Although he learned to play at the Naval Academy, "I've never heard Anchors Aweigh played on the pipes." The sound is produced by the piper putting pressure on the air -filled bag. "It takes a lot of air," Hiester said. Recently, he played for a change of command ceremony at MCAS El Toro. Dan Gillon, a retired major, served as drum major. Staff Sergeant Don Donovan, from the Los Alamitos Army Reserve Center, played the snare drum. Hiester wore a borrowed kilt. He's having one made by an Irvine resident who advertises as the only kiltmaker in Calfornia. Because he has no family tartan, he selected a pattern he liked. "If you wear a kilt you're honoring that family," he expained. The one he chose is called U.S. Forces Turso. The change of command was his first public performance, and whlie he felt a little nervous he added, "I'm excited. I like to play. "I'll admit it. I'm a ham," he laughed. "You have to be if you're going to play something this loud." When he and his wife, Cathy, first began dating she thought bagpiping was kind of a strange hobby, Hiester said. "After we'd been going out about a month we went to a British . concert. The bug bit her there. She thought they were neat." With HMM-164 next in line for a six-month Western Pacific cruise, Hiester plans to take his bagpipes aboard the ship. Exercise Class for Moms & Kids An Exercise Plus class for moms and their children ages 18 months to 3 years will be offered on Tuesdays from 10-11 a.m. at the Orange YWCA beginning Sept. 15. This program will help mother and child enjoy a fun-filled hour of exercises, movement to music and a variety of crafts. The class fee is $30 for a six week session. Session 1 will take place from Sept. 15-Oct. 20. Comfortable clothing is recommended. For more information, contact 633-4950. Pre-registration is required. A $10 annual membership fee is required for non-members. CATCH THE DiEDDD9S iHCr Oo tm i HEIDI'S frSgen yozurt. J HIa Tot w kieinon." Buy one Hindi's Frozen Yomrt. I renin ttw second of equal or tossar value FREE. Expires 9-10-87 j 0m cougar P customer. Toppincjs not ndudoct. lint 12.00. 13681 NEWPORT AVE. (TUSTIN PLAZA) 838 7871 Mrs. California Pageant Entry Forms Available Entry forms are now available for the 1988 Mrs. California Pageant, state finals to the nationally televised Mrs. America Pageant. The state finals vill be held March 17-20 in Los Angeles. Contestants must be married at least one year, resident of California for at least six months and over 18 years of age. There is no age limit. Mrs. California 1988 will win an all-expense paid trip to Las Vegas to compete in the Mrs. America Pageant. Other prizes include a $3,000 cash award, fur jacket, designer evening gown, diamond wristwatch and other prizes. Contestants are judged in personal interview, beauty, swimsuit and evening gown. There is no talent competition. Application forms '""are also available for the 5th annual Miss California-Empire Pageant, Nov. 14-15 in Los Angeles. Contestants must be at least 13 and not older then 18 years of age. Entrants must be single, never married and a U.S. citizen. Judging consists of interviews, swimsuit and evening gown. There is no talent competition. For entry Details write to Dan-franc Productions, 4091 Abbey Terrace, Fremont, CA. 94536 or call (415) 795-1795. In commemoration of the discovery of America, the University of Southern California's Office of Hispanic Programs, College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, is sponsoring an essay contest for junior and senior high school students. The essays, in English or Spanish, must address the theme "Oct. 12, 1492: A Meeting of Two Worlds." The grand-prize winner will receive round-trip airfare for two from Los Angeles to Madrid, Spain. Four first-place winners will each be awarded $100. Contestants must be enrolled as full-time students in a junior or senior high school in Southern California. There are four essay categories: grades seven through nine, in English; grades seven through nine, in Spanish; grades 10 through 12, in English; and grades 10 through 12, in Spanish. The essays must be original, unpublished and not already accepted for publication elsewhere. Each contestant may submit only one entry, and it must be 300 to 600 words long. One copy of the essay typed, double spaced, on plain white paper, 8V2 inches wide by 11 inches long should be sent to Dr. Samuel Mark, Director, LAS Hispanic Programs, University of Southern California, 727 W. 27th St., Los Angeles, CA 90007. On the top right-hand side of the first page, the contestant should type the following information: full name, preceded by "Mr.," "Mrs.," "Ms." or "Miss"; complete mailing address; telephone number(s); grade in school ; name of school ; and name of supervising teacher. Essays must be postmarked no later than Oct. 12, 1987. They will not be returned to the contestants. The contest, under the auspices of the Consulate General of Spain in Los Angeles and the Spanish National Commission for the V Centenary of the Discovery of America, is sponsored by USC's Office of Hispanic Programs, part of the university's College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, and by the Mexican-American Education Com- Yoga Workshop Begins Sept. 15 "Yoga and Meditation Workshop," a six-week workshop presented by Irvine Valley College Community Services, will meet Tuesdays, Sept. 15-Oct. 20 from 7-9 p.m. at Venado Middle School in Irvine. .. ; This series will examine the basic principles and techniques of Kun-dalini yoga and meditation, while providing the opportunity to experience their simplicity and practicality in modern lifestyles, according to Gurupurkh Khalsa, director of the Yoga Center of Long Beach. The fee is $40. Further information and registration details are available by calling Irvine Valley College Community Services at 559-3333. OPEN SUNDAY 7 AM TO 1 PM DELICIOUS! CAPPUCCINO AND CROISSANT WILL MAKE YOUR DAY! $25 Like Rye Bread? Then Try Fritz's Bohemian Old World Rye! CAKES MADE TO ORDER by Fritz Janson, Master Baker Specialists in German Pastry. Wedding Cakes, Croissants, Homemade and Original Sour Dough Bread BAVARIAN BAKERY Tustin's Old World Bakery Since 1964 658 EL CAMINO REAL EL CAMINO PLAZA TUSTIN 544-6160 Qughd Cfcrdcn INDIAN CUISINE w E L C O M E Savour the experience of authentic cuisine of India and attentive friendly service in a relaxed, exotic atmosphere. We Are Open 7 Days Lunch Dinner Brunch A Quote from Herb Baus: "Mughal Garden is srious about Its cuisine, of which tt turns out some of the most impelling tn the county. The little place counts not one but three chefs from the old country1" Herb Baus. The Register, and President of the Southern California Restaurant Writers Assn MUGHAL FIESTA Lunch Buffet SS.50 Served from 11:30 2 30 P M Dinner 5 00-10 00 P M ill MUGHAL FEAST A Many Cours Champagne Brunch Served Every Sat & Sun $6.95 Adulu Children 1.'2 Pnce W E L C O M E For Reservations Call: (714) 832-9988 17292 McFadden Avenue, A, Tustin, California 92680 mission of the Los Angeles Unified School District. For more information, call Dr. Mark at (213) 743-0977. PWP DANCE Parents Without Partners is sponsoring a dance on Sunday, Sept. 6 at the Holiday Inn, Buena Park to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Live music will be provided by the "Intimates" beginning at 8 p.m. Cost is $4. Contact the Orange County MDA office for more details at 634-9583. mm i 'Hi i Tustin Mall, Newport Ave. and Main St Now, after months of careful preparation. Chin's Chinese Kitchen is ready to serve you with tasty Chinese dishes. So come and enjoy or take it home. Either way, we're delicious. BREAKFAST SPECIAL $2.19 2 large eggs 2 sausage links or bacon 3 hotcakes or a golden brown waffle Served with whipped butter and warm syrup Served 6:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Monday through Saturday Restaurant Fresh Seafood White Veal ni 111 !8k9 r 'ATV- i , i) flj 13572 Newport Ave., Tustin j fty ffi? ' T"V(7Vetipor Ave. b Main St.) JJj j P4cn v -"" ' xrvvX Features Fresh Seafood While Veal Fresh Pasta made daily on the premises Outstanding Pizzas Excellent Wine List Champagne Sunday Buffet Brunch $,8 $8.95 Davio's "Holiday Week" Special runinn conn Complete Charbroiled OnnilVIT UIINNtK U.3J ;ni in cna SI I MFMBERS OF PARTY ! A" Vn nrcco nnnn thru SFPT. 10. 1987 S 8" CATERING h BANQUET ROOM AVAILABLE For reservations or information for lunch, dinner, winemaker dinners or take-out food. 731-1711 I Cut a great deal at Marie Callenders. $H95: r vzl Heres your cnance to cut a I I 1 deal at Marie Callenders. Present this coupon upn ' '. J J ordering at these participating Marie Jr Callend ?r's Restaurants, and eet your choice of; Slow-roasted Hall Chicken Dinner Fresh Vegetable Platter with luscious melted Cheddar cheese Creamy Seafood Pasta Supreme. All served with a dinner salad and choice of freshly baked bread. All at the incredible price of $5.95 each. No matter how you cut it, you've got a great deal. Offer valid after 5 pm daily with coupon only Not valid with any other otters. Urie coupon per person. rj;pireb wiouci w. 2fi.'J S Bristol Grand al lKtJi Tuin First A Tus'in r-rkirI I I Welcome Home -I

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