Independent from Long Beach, California on February 21, 1964 · Page 42
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 42

Long Beach, California
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Friday, February 21, 1964
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Rum Out of a Bag; Uliiucy, Mitcj ! -PORTSMOUTH. Enj. tft-- I The admiralty 1 ! research 1r.e.-£oyal Navy nay toon laboratory, teeking to save to sea m Romiiey Tells Failure to Lure Gleim to GOP LANSLN'G. Mich. UV-Gov^stead of a Democrat" Rom, George W. Rocmey disclosed ney toM * news conference, can be folded »way lie paper Thursday he tried to talk] "I think he made a mis- a, tub$ take op too much room. PUs- containers. . when empty, bass. "tOSOTHT MeGOWAN THE BURLAP THRUSH pitchrr leer. cocktail*, ceo- plvlat dinaers iron S pxi. Pizx« end *andwichr» ior th* la!* diner*. Brother CHARUE L _'^ is back ;.*:Don May's \V ; Gay 90's ^2503 Palm Drif. Sana! HU1 GA 7-3216 American Oriental Cuisine CHAMPAGNE PUNCH FASHION SHOWS MON. WED. NOON Entertainment by EDDIE BUSH COMBO Nightly else Sptciolff Donees by Tit astronaut John Glenn into,take." Romney said with a being a Republican "» few broad smile. days before h« made up his Glenn has since announced mind to be a Democrat" ,hii candidacy '^i the Demo- Romney said he called cratic nomination, for V. S. Glenn at the astronaut's home'senator from hia nath-e Ohio near Houston. Tex. "at the in this year's primary, request of a friend." j Romney did not identify ·I told him why I thought ^e friend who induced him should be a Republican in- to call Glenn. tilMi li thi HIIS IOCH 1305 L tKifis tit. H.y. flu U( JIM · lint Itick i» ( UK*, on. r*. m. n. it* INDEPENDENT--J«9« 8-» Chief Tries to Douse Belly Dancer's Flames CLEVELAND CT» -- Firah as the safety of the steak Venice is upset because a fire house, chief wants to douse the flim-| Without the fire. Miss Ven i n j wands she uses in her ice said, her routine would belly dance at the CharHtCjbe like any ether belly danc- Cclebrity House in suburban er's. Euclid. | "He's taking my bread »nd Reel and Mavis Are Smash Hits By TEDD THOMEY I might as well admit it immediately. This is a rave review. Red Norvo and Mans Rivers are great. Their show in the glamorous Sans Souci room it the Lafayette Hotel is marvelous music. Unhackneyed. Inspiring. And very exciting for those who appreciate the subtleties as well as the strengths of fine jazz- Red Non-o, who first rose to international prominence when he pioneered the use of the xylophone in jazz back in the 1930s, still has no peer in his speciality, which is the creation of jazz ro rich and velvety it's like » field of lush p-cen grass transformed into music. It can be unhurried and gently swinging. Or it can be brisk, tumultuous jazz, MAVIS backed by the fast sounds of hi? superb sidemen--a flutist-saxophonist, guitarist, bass player ar.d drummer. Mavis Rivers isn't as subtle as Red, She can be soft -A« far it I im rrwirrrnpd butter away," she lamented., - . . . . ih« CM do whaler she 1 Tm not taking anybody's' and delicate if required, but gets more fun out of bun? wits as tog » she keeps bread and butter away." 1 TM ·«* '^ ****«= ««* tun " TM th stronz ^oUonal CINNAMON CINDER ' YOUNG ADULT NIGHT CLUB On The Traffic Circle _. - the ' the fire" out" cY it","" Chief,«*»«' M" 1 - *» she kno** one George R. Langa said Thurs-jdj^e.^e must know sii day. Tin not objecting to"' her dancing." I The chief said he acted because he felt the fire was too dangerous for patrons as well : and HOFBRAU CLUB THICK JUiCT j^ll Cfcar-BroHed **·/ STEAK D I N N E R . . ff *·' *'uararft«a" DtTiciaui*" ^f Ctmmn'iti SINS-AIONG · 'ffk Cart Zjflcr ot oxcartfoi k«r " CANDT rim5. TecaHa MILTON SAMfT, Or^o.Kt EXJBT BRCicrHcd caatiaq tt ~ CHEF FIAN( f A G A T RESTAURWU ' I / f.t«rf«:a;«i \_S' at ;«a fir : tOUMT AStEV* NEPTUNE O "7C HSH PLATTER J* / O · *»mplett .rfjnrtcr Kervrrf 4J-11 mm, Opo for Ccclrails 12 100.1-2 «.n». 439-0291 5101 OCEAN BLVD^BEIMONT SHORE Gypsy Uetrayed by Chicken Talk PARMA, Italy (UPI) -- A Panni court gave a 15-day sentence to gypsy Picra di Claudio. 20. who stole three hens and hid them under her clothes pretending she was pregnant. MEL EDGAR TRIO K.tftrv tor Dinrns--fr»«*3f:c SAERE ROOM · CARMEN D'ORO I TRIO S.itrf Sorf ST/V^t-t^* CALUON ROOM tt.-r-y Pri. 4 S«t RIEtU K O V D A I.rliannn (-all BL1RUT. Lebanon CTV-Fnr mcr Prime Ministtr Hussein O-A-eini was asked by President Fuad Chehab Thursday · to form a new Lebanese gov- · ernmcnt Premier Raschid Ka- I rami's 14-man cabinet re- 1 signed Wednesday after dls- · solving parliament and callin _ for general elections in April. JIM SIOCKVm Inn! i fiOUL :^0 STIEtT AN3 PACTIC COAST HIG PHONE: 3 * « 4 5 1 THE TAMORAYS I. Hi C*Iciff (tin Htm. f t r i S.f. SCTMAN CARRUTHERS TRIO fa l a m i a * littrttm TUES. T H I V SUM. C A N C I N S HESITATIONS: MI 4-4411 USS tOSECIANJ al laltwaed--Dawaf THE BIG BANDS ARE BACK! AL SANADA EVERY THURS. KITE 2489 STUSEIASU AT I M r E I I A l NOIWAU 868-4761 Till VIVIAN MASON fj\T IACK rito-'ui VEC FAMILY DINNER SPECIAL TUESDAY tkn SUN9AT S t f.m. 'til I pat. Entertainment .Yi/j/illi/5 George Kainapau Kuulei hawaSan music -- hnla -- taHtian Ccatcneia -- American Toodt Trcpiccd Driafci IUFFET MENU 10NCKEON Cocktail Hour,« Til 1 -JB Tuts" cr.i r'i Kc=- :! t;.i Ka=sirr.i 1XNQCIT FACItmtS ec feeling. She never fails to control her song all the way. She has clear authority, poise--and the beat. When you listen to her. xu have the feeling that her rtnurkable voice may lift her up and fly her around the room. * * * RED, WHOSE WHISKERS ar.d mustache hive faded to a pale orange, has sharp, twinkling blue eyes and a smile that ranges --like his music --from pixicish to sheer gusto. His fans never know in advance what he's going to play, for the simple reason that Red doesn't know either. He chooses his tunes to fit the momentary mood of his audiences. Everything he oVes is fascinatinz from smoothies like 'Spider's \VcV and "TopsyTM to such standards as "This Thing Called Love," "I Surrender Dear." and "Ain't She Sweet." MavK who his made best-selling albums for Capit"! and Reprise, has perfect timing and brilliance rn such numbers as "Little Girl Blue." "Lonesome Road." "Basin Street," "I Should Care" and -I Love You Madly" (from her current LP.) Red and Mavis both have intriguing background*. Red, who switched from the xylophone to vibraphone in 1D-J3, was married for a time to the late Mildred Bailey, with whoa he made many recordings. His second wife is the sister of famed jazrist Shorty Rogers. Norvo his had big bands of his own, has recorded numerous top albums, worked with such top bandsmen as Benny Goodman and Gene Krupa and appeared on TV with Danny Kaye, Frank Sinatra. Steve Allen and Dinah Shore. * * * MAVIS WAS BORN' in Western Samoa of German. Chinese. Swiss and Samoan ancestry- She was the oldest of 13 children and most of the members of her family were musicians. She got her start during World War II singing as a teen-ager with a small band entertaining VS. servicemen stationed in Samoa. In 1947 her family moved to Auckland, New Zealand, where Mavis went into radio and cabaret work. She came to this country 10 years ago. Felled by the flu. Mavis missed opening right at the Sans Souci. She was replaced by vocalist Ann Richards (now at the Crescendo in Hollywood) who did a terrific job with no preparation. Show times at the San Souci are 9:15. 1O30 and 11:43. Fridays and Saturday nights there's a fourth show at I o'clock. The rocm has no cover or admission charge. Cocktails are served by the Ador- ables, a dazzling group cf leggy waitresses garbed in black leotards and black net stockings. * * * THREE CHEERS FOR THE THREE CROWNS--My carrot-topped spouse and I ripped up the Long Beach Freeway to Compton last Friday night and had an out- standin" smorgasbord dinner at the Three Crowns restaurant 15009 S. Atlantic Ave, just north of Compton Boulevard. The Three Crowns, decorated in the traditional, cheerful blues ar.d yellows of Sweden, is now operated by Vaino and Gunborg Norberg. natives of Sweden who are aided on weekends by their son. Arne. 19 and daughter. Ingrid. 16. The Norbergs. who have UK!) ;KTS A ciunv;\ Red Non-o receives a kiss and a crown from two of the Adorables, cocktail waitresses in the Sans Souci showroom at the Lafayette Hotel. The girls, Judy Espinosa (left) and Rita Benson, proclaimed the jazz musician ''king of the San Souci" u I ' lived in Long Beach for 12 years, believe in sen-ing their | | patrons great amounts of the freshest, most appetizing f I foods available. Their smorgasbord* ($1.70 for adults:' t 60 cents for children) include such delicious cold dishes I * as the following, displayed on a btd of ice: fish salad, i '. herring and onions, potito salad, mixed green salad, cole ', slaw, olives, carrot and raisin sabd. kidney bean and I ' boiled egg salad, cottape cheese with pineapple, jcllo, j pickles and beet salad. The right we were there the hM i ; dishes included filet of imported codfish (thick serving; * · delectably unfishy); tender bfff, Swedish m e a t - ! ! balls with gravy, mashed potatoes, Swedish beans. »r»J j fresh vegetables. Included in the price were bread and , butter and fine chocolate puddm; for dessert. i Footnote: \Vai?res* Dfloris fisher £ave u* ^jccrMrnt! service. 5fie arrived in Cnmpton five vcfks cgn from D«v- i rnporl, Jouc, end (hinfci Cahjcrr.ia is /Idbbcrjaslinjfy [ ' ' FUN AROUXD TOW N DEPT.--Johnny CaldweU. a j refreshingly versatile talent, has returned to the revolving i piano bar at Hoefly's, 491! E. Second St. Johnny, billed 1 as tht "gentil pentltman from Dixie." is handsome as a movie star but has something a lot of stars Isck--talent, lie is fun to hear whether singing or pljying the piano, doing rhythm tunes, blues, ballads or novelties. He has an unlimited stock ot s p e c i a l material, most of which is original since he is a gifted CAIDWELL VIVIAN lyricist and composer. Scatrrun Carruthers. bubbling with enthusiasm and j · featuring twr of the biggest front teeth in show bir, is ; now featured with a Iric for dancing in the upstairs Bamboo Room at the Tahitian Village. Rosccrans and ; Lafcewood Boulevards. The se.xy, tropical Ta-morjys are . starred in the dcnvnsuirs Calcutta Room. . .. Pen. super-' tilented Vivian Mason, recently featured at the Stardust. in Lis Vegas, has rejoined Al Sartada and his l2-piece_- dance band, playing every Thursday night at the new" Golden West Ballroom in Norwalk. . . . Sultry pianist Gcnay. who sines Icne songs in numerous foreig% languages, opened this week *( the Aloha Room, 270U E. lourth St. ; Stick wizard Jack Lynde. formerly with Stan Kenton's Band, is the featured drummer with the clever, musical Marksmen appearing this week at JavaLanes, 2800 E.J Pacific Crust Highway. Lynde attended Wilson High.i Long Beach City College and Lnng Beach State College.) f^Cheiie's Can Can '*. Featuring: ·' THK DEUCES £ Chuck .Miller TcJ Hcrbst £ AUSUALUN IOISTE1 TAIL J QC 'i Jcup. Jalat PeKrtoaj *a»-rf cowrim DINNUS ALSO o 25 E. PAOnC COAST HIGHWAY GE 3-7437 (I7I8C4 ST)I r. NOW APPEARING THf StNSAIIONAl "MR. C" JOHNNY CAIDWELL famoos steak dinotrl end cocktails VYosdnsff et Resecrons leDflowtr f. H-OI. MONI tINNtt / r«!f Ckaria'i Firefly / at IU1I lecck !!.. · f la Sraatei floji '/ Ttrtmrn* at S~m »»««t» Danc'iR? Thar, ran Suaday Hwn P«*it M«« ,. FOI m 11 DICKS iECK'Sl WILLOW o* j MAGNOLIA · STEAKS \ ·SEftFOOD | r 991 W. WILSW-U l-9:i I i tCIG IUCK t: America's Striartest ''rcscnl* IVOKVO RED LESTER ENTERTAINING nut i or STIAI and lOIStll fran JUS OffertJ Fran t*a (at aa CampTatt Oiaaen uicin SUNOATI Lo-Ray \f-~- 558 E. Willow 427-13S7 Dtanef Try a Bitfkabcb or a Cushir Cocktail F. x. · PRIME mis «jn- FOODS Complete Focftties 21S1 CVtrry Siqnclttfl 427-3I03 Rusty Rooiler Presents JODY MILLER "»« Wilt i t»t a »*«" LUKCKEOH DAILY 11 A.H. TO 4P.M. RESTAURANT Oil EAST SECOND STREET for Reservation* - GE, 8 -4065 I · H · B · B The Girls Have Arrived! APPEARING NITELY AT The Grape Vine 2509 E. PACIFIC COAST HWY., LONG BEACH !','.'.!*»»£ limn lltitt (-11:11 Til OiTls at til Cr{H ttr THE GREEN FROG 1820 Allan::; * L n { Beach STIAKS A N D toiim liiTvnlinp Slur MAVIS K1VK15S Ska* Tiail » {*«! Ml*, ttrf n«n- Hi. 11:31. I US |». I. IV l ml I IM. IMS "· I it ctni CHIIU II 1SMIU1CI CH1ICE IlaCJia Alird Treat -IT.S .»DOr.ABI.I.* t;» IEUIUTICIS Hi-; 5-56!! 1 4 J 7 . t J J 7 r

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