Independent from Long Beach, California on January 20, 1975 · Page 17
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 17

Long Beach, California
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Monday, January 20, 1975
Page 17
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LWf MM* WIN. MM.; JM. Ti, ^ ' - · · · · ' - . . , .,,,"·-;V * . , . | · ~~" Love and loneliness- plavs strike a cynical chord , ' ' ; ' . · ' ' ' ·;·'..'. ;?"'. · "-'- * '"· -''· ' ' , ' : ' - " } ' * ' " . ' " ' , K .^ * _.. __ f, . . _ . ... / : " . ' . : . . . t · . » _ . i l . « l . . . » _ i : J l - - 1 _ 1 «f ns A r«4 Ii**«n/i MlfKonll. Itlfl In/tlr Lm UK*, c«m. MM., jm.«, it;» INDEPENDENT (AM) By MARK CLUTTER Staff Writer Two delightfully cynical comments on the ness were presented Saturday and Sunday by the Center Players at the Long Beach Community Center, 2601 Grand Ave. The two one-act plays, "Solitaire", and ''Double Solitaire," by Robert Anderson, will be repeated, next Saturday at 8:30 p.m. and next Sundav at 7:30 p.m. , 'V "Solitaire" presents a possible, society in which a computer decides all of a man's problems except one. He is free to kill himself -- "self-disposal" -but even in that he 'must follow the computer's rules. .'.' ' The other play, which is longer, involves the loneli- . ness that can exist in seemirtgly normal contemporary f a m i l y life. The revelations of the various c h a r a c t e r s invoked not .entirely happy were the lot of most human beings. '. ' '· The plays were expertly acted. The cast of Solitaire was Bernard Beskind, J o a n Slrausman, Linda Fred Masback and Jack Kashinsky. laughter f r o m the audi- Robinson, David Schul ences. Their experiences man, Carole Triestman, Arts jurying to begin Full-scale operation Kevin Gross, 3, dispenses with the traditional groundbreaking gear and formality to arrange his own ceremony at Anaheim's .new Albert Schweitzer Park. The city's official, and probably less ambitious groundbreaking function, is to be held later. ,'Presumably, Kevin's construction crews will have the park in iine shape in time for the city's ceremonies. Four months before the opening of the Festival of Arts at Laguna Beach, the task of jurying works of art for snowing will begin at the Festival's Irvine Bowl. Open to artists living in I he general a r e a from Newport Beach to San Clemente, the jurying will begin March 15 for the festival opening July 11. Artists who w i s h to enter their works must s u p p l y t h r e e in each medium in which t h e y w i s h to enter, whether oils, watercolors, acrylics or other medium. Jurors w i l l be Abby Vaughan, William Motta, Heinz Nor- Fishing equipment taken from home Fishing equipment valued at $300 was ,taken from the home of Dale Engstrom, at 57 W. 52nd St., by burglars who forced a garage door to gain entry, Long Beach police said Sunday. back, Gloria Friedman. Lorie Shapiro, H a r r y Hafter, M a r i a n Feuer, Steve Dunchak and David Schulman. The director was Elliot Fried. He was assisted by Gloria Bernstein, stage manager; Frank Darrow and M a r i a Bernstein, s e t s ; - B e l l e Kashinsky, props; A l a n D a r r o w , lights, and Lorie Shapiro* and Sybil Levey, cos- This year's Festival of tumes and makeup. hausen, Dan Miller, John Schoep.fle, Margaret Sheppard and James Tatum. Arts and the Pageant of the Masters will be presented from July 11 through Aug. 24. Low cost and high results m a k e Classified Ads a great combination! HE 25959 IF YOUR DOCTOR SAYS YOU HAVE NERVE DEAFNESS, , , Available only ot our office*. ASSOGI1TED HEtRINUID CENTER 537 Pine Ave., Long Beach Phone: 432-W59 Miracle-Eor" may be all you need to hear clearly again. It fits entirely in your ear. Ideal for 7 out of 10 who can still hear but have trouble understanding words. Try it today. Come in, phone, or write. PLEASE SEND ME MORE INFORMATION ON "MIRACLE EAR' NAME Non-Smoker .\ Now Farmers can Insure your home or apartment for less. 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Can 39° WOOLITE COLD WATER WASH 13'/'-oz. Powder; 16-oz. Liquid IN OUR FOOD otrr. HARDWARE MART $075 LONG BEACH BLVD., NO. LONG BIACH Mon. Ffi.. 9-9; Tuev, Wei., Thuri., Sal., 9-6; Suiiuviy, lO-S*

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