TNIH TREATIES STATE LoCONH.ltMCME J IkJ* 7 -^ ' OPENS NOON ' kficÂ»lt it trntUHt. J31-MII, OPENS 5:45 NOW IN - . THREE I I sTAKTSATt ;i o \ THEATRES LOS ALTOS MIVE-IM LBEILFLOWER Â»t s M5-74W . ONE TICKET WILL BUY TWO FILMS THAT WERE NAMED ON 69 "TEN BEST" LISTS BY THE NATION'S TOP CRITICS. WINNER! M m m QUItS AW BEST ACTRESS- JOANNE WOODWARD BEST DIRECTOR . PAUL NEWMAN rachel. rachel [SUGfitSIED f o v A u K E AUtMUCEs _ fwÂ» Â»Â»Â»EI HÂ»S,$Â£VII ins W BEST ACTOR ALAN AKKIN *Qfe c Heartisa G Lonely c Hunter h- to M* t* CAKSOU MrfULLPtt TECMICQLM'FBOU WUKER BWS.-SEVa MTS \3? Â« LONG BEACH AREA MOVIE GUIDE As a guide to moviegoers, this newspaper on \Vediies- doys and Saturdays lists capsule contents of many of the maior motion pictures playing the Long Beach area. The classifications represent the judgment of Organizations. THE SUBJECT WAS ROSES -- Patricia N'eal returns to the screen in a family drama where the frustrations and resentments of a married couple are brought to th? surface when their son returns from the Army. With Jack Albertson. Martin Sheen. (M) THE OLDEST PROFESSION--Aptly described as "an adult film in luscious color," with P. a q u e 1 Welch, Jeanne Moreau, Elsa Martinelli and Anna Karina. (R) PLAY DIRTY--A rough, tough World War II drama starring Micha-el Cainc, Nigel Davenport and Ham- Andrews. (M) A MAN AND A WOMAN--Simple, familiar but beautifully told story about love the second time around. Wilh Anouk Aimee. Jean-Louis Trintis- nant. (SI) SECRET CERMONY-- Unusual psychological drama starring Mia Farrow. Elizabeth Taylor and Robert Mitchum. (M) SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON--Walt Disney classic about shipwrecked family on a deserted island. (G) THE BOSTON STRANGLER -- Film version of the events leading to arrest and interrogation of a psychotic suspected of the mutilation and murders of 13 women in the Boston area. Stars Tony Curtis, Henry Fonda. (M) THE GRADUATE--Serio-comic satire about a young man's amorous and other adventures attempting to break from the materialistic world of his elders (M) INDEPENDENT (AM) 'RESS-TELESRAM[PMJ-A-I9 lain Hach. Ci'll.. Wed.. PÂ«i. U, m RATINGS: G--Recommended for general audiences of all ages. M--Suggested for mature audiences, adults and mature young people. R--Restricted, persons under 16 not admitted unless accompanied by parent or adult guardian. X--Persons under 16 not admitted. GOING TO EUROPE? Come To The Party!! 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PACIFIC INDOOR RODEO February 28 thru March 2 Long Beach Arena NATIONAL AAU MEN'S WOMEN'S SWIMMING DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPSs o ' p V ; ^: P c , ICE (MB America's number one family show May 1 thru 18 Los Angeles Sports Arena May .19 thru 25 Long Beach Arena -CLIP AND SAVE- You'll find COMPUTICKET af these fine stores:. RALPHS MARKETS 900 North Lako Street 4030 South Western 17020 Chatsworth 1416 East Colorado 7257 Sunset Blvd. 17250 Saticoy 7930 Valley View 16 East Live Oak 15471 Brookhurst 424 North Western 4171 Tweedy 2201 Hawthorne Blvd. 8704 South Sepulveda 7224 South Vermont 17th Street'in Tustin 2038 E. 10, Long Beach BULLOCK'S Downtown San Fernando Valley Westwood Village Santa Ana La Habra Lakewood Del Amo WALLICHS MUSIC CITY Sunset and Vine 5255 Lakewood Topanga Plaza Lastland Center Hawthorne Artesia COMPUTICKET COBPOBATIOIM OF CALIFOBNIA m Â·WiKiWiKiDOLLWlS Every time you come in! At over 3000 Standard Stations Participating Chevron Dealers NO PURCHASE NECESSARY Â· LICENSED DRIVERS ONLY WINNERS PAID THRU ATIIL 77. 1969 VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW Peter Pon B E A U T Y S A L O N S J Iff A rt XOT a School Open 9 a.m. to S p.m. Moil, thru Fri. Snt.9a.rn.to5p.rn. Sun. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. ROUX COSMETICS FOH LOVELIER HAIR COLOR Â· Tslorilied wilh luslious color Vout smart new coil... II Permanent Warn Guaranteed in Writing Now! BEAUTY at BUDGET PRICES NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED SPECIAL FMES Round trip Â· Leg rest Coaches Â· No tax LAS VEGAS $11.55 SALT LAKE $27.40 Save $7.35 over regular Save $17.45 over regular $18.90 round trip fare! $44.85 round trip fare! Leave Friday, Saturday or Sunday. Return to Los Angeles by midnight Monday For example* SALT LAKE Lv E. LA 9:20 PM Ar Salt Lake 4:30 PM Lv Salt Lake 8:00 AM ArE. LA 11:05PM LAS VEGAS Lv E. LA 9:20 PM Ar Vegas 5:00 AM Lv Vegas 4:30 PM ArE. LA 11:05PM Free Parking East Los Angeles Station Â· Weekender fares good 'til May 26,1969 Â·Other daily-service available, including 2:50 PM E. LA departure, at similar Las Vegas/Salt Lake "Weekender" savings. For information and reservations: UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD HE 7-2931 GOLDEN SPIKE CENTENNIAL SHAMPOO and SET St/led ond set with Roux, that extra rich creme shampoo. Man., Tues.. Wed. until 4 p.in Thurs.. Fri., Sot. 53.38 ROUX "Nice Change" or v.cc-.i ('.v.tV-- b oil). Natural ' dull iiair. Goi5a toning r colcKi bleached lid r . eludes slyle and w FASHION STYLED HAIRCUT Mon., TUBS., Wed. 'til 4 P.M. CREME OIL PERMANENT WAVE And Koux "So Silky" cremo rinsa indudej fashioned styled haircut, shampoo and set. One prsre --no ettrol. Tinted or bleached Iiair S5 83. ROUX "fanei-tene" TINT TOUCH-UP i. 7uÂ« , Wed. 'Hi WIGS STYLED include! cleaning and style-set MEN'S BOYS' HAIRCUT $1.25 Anytime LONG BEACH 200 fact Broadway -' Â· 'tSÂ«in UÂ«slÂ» . Call4M-aÂ°ia. TORRANCE 1131 'Port *Â»o. ~ ll**4 W TNTMC. Ihi) fall 310-4000 : : BELLFLOWER 16537 Bellflower Blvd. .(Â»",- . l,..~ V Call Â«Â»-H08 \ HAWTHORNE } J1MI Â»o. Howlhorn* BlÂ»d- (Â·rir |i IffnMl Call 644-30A6 BOniLD IN SCOTLAND. BLENDED SCOTCH WHI5KV. Â£5 PROOF. IMPORTED BY"21" 8SANOS, INC.. H-Y.C. If you're looking for a blast, or a belt, or a bomb, this isn't it. A fine Scotch-like Ballantine's- is a civilized drink. It comes over to your side. A bit of quiet comfort inthe middle of a screaming world. No wonder the Scots invented it. $6.99 a Fifth.
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