Independent from Long Beach, California on February 27, 1969 · Page 28
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I* t* INDEPENDENT (AM) PRESS-TELESHAM (FM}-A-2* Lent letdi, CIH.. Tkun., Fit. a. l»e» DOUBLE INSTRUMENTALIST .iDave Garo, shown entertaining wounded soldiers in Viet Nam hospital in SI967, plays for dancing Tuesday through Saturday nights in Carriage Room :.at Clark Center Bowl, 9339 E. Alondra, Bellflower. Garo, who performs on j; harmonica and guitar, plays with a trio on Friday and Saturday nights. Long Beach vocalist Gary Grande, formerly known as Gary Murphy, has returned to the Southland and is currently appearing with the Louie Bennett Trio at the R o m a n Scandals, 16952 Bolsa Chica, Huntington Beach. C r i t i c s describe Gary, who has a romantic baritone, "as a guy who knows how to sing and swing." PHILLIPS CHICKE\ flKS FAMOUS FOR GOODNESS!! For Fttmilirit With att.'tpiH'tilr CHICKEN PIE . ^A REAL WINNER... ~iimi with Whipp.J Pol.lon, GoM. · CMctll Gr.v,, Col«l°», lr»J ;«IJ l»Htr, Cibblir, Jtllo or Kief ' Pudditf, TM, Coffee, · Afh milkorlirntrmilk. IZU Chicken Giblets M rf ,i Porotou, Ckickin Griy, . CoUlIlK, Hut liltuil! ind iBlt.r, Cobbler, Jtllo or dice Pudding, Col- |'» lee, Iio, Milk ond httirmilk. f. Chicken and Noodles tndudti Whipped Potatoes, Gravy, Cotiilow, Hot Biicuih end BuHcr, Cobhlir, J.lh flr Hie. Pudding, Cof- («, Tto, Millt, lutltr- · *%f |; milk. I.J3 _ Imported Baked Ham Whipitd Portion, V.j.tobl., Cole. |«, Hoi liltuiti, Cobbltr, Jillo or | lie. PudJm), Coll.e, | i [Tn.WiMiitHrmill. !·· W. Ihn · liffi IihtHid ·( S.I.* I Hamburger Steak It Fu« 'A Pound. Whipped Pololoei, I I Veiellhle, Ctlilleo, Hoi liicuit!. Cobbler, Jtllo « lice Puddinj, ' Collet, Tee, Milk, lul- · ff termilk. 1.93 Chicken or Tuna .' "' Salad . Served wilh Polelo Salad, GarniiK ( Cobbler, Jtllo or Kite Pudding, Coffee, Tee, Milk, lot- | Afk i termilk. I.JV | Dutch Lunch i Salami, Ireotl of Turkey, loktd Horn, j S«i» end imerican Chteie, Polite ; Solod, Gorniih, Cobbler, Jells, diet Pudding, Coffee, Too, | Mfk Milk, lullermilk. I.1U AISO"TOGO"OIIDERS PHILLIPS HOLLA It DAYS MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, TIllJItSDAY (SERVED FROM 5 P.M. to 10 P.M.) Monday FINGER LICKIN CHICKEN Hot Roll 'n Honey-Golden French Fnet Hill Disiointm Tender ChickTM Tnrxday BREADED VEAL CUTLET Tender Cullel Lightly ImM » n r) Grilled, Country Gnvv, MfttlMd Potft- toes, Hot Roll n' Honey. Wedndtday SPAGHETTI MEAT BALLS Chef's Snciil SHCC--PirmtiM QKtrte Garlic Tout Enjoy excellent, cuisine and good nervine in tin elegant friendly atmosphere. Thursday BREADED PORK CHOPS Country Gravy -- Miilwd Potaton · French Frill -- Roll 6075 Long Beach Blvd. In North Lonq Biaeh on Long Beach Blvd. Just North of Long Baach Freeway Ample Free Parking Phone 423-0429 SERVED Open From 6 A.M. Daily THE IIIMXi IIUOM EVERY WIGHT TILL t A.M. PRINCE OF WHALES FISH and CHIPS--SHRIMP LUNCHEON I DINNER 1:30 to 4 p.m. Tun. Ifira Sat. 11 to S:4S Tmi. MroiaA Sat. 790 LONG BEACH BLVD. SON. HOLIDAY 11:30 to 1:15 SPECIAL PLATI FOR CHILDREN MURPHY'S DINNER SPECIALS $1.65 $1.65 FILET-CHOICE U.S.D.A __ ._ NEW YORK P6PPE* STEAK _ GROUND ROUND STEAK HAM STEAK CENTER CUT CALF'S LIVER All Orders Served With S«n nd Salad, Choice ol Potatoes, Roll and Butler. Served 7 Davs A Week, 21 Hours A Day. $1.65 BREAKFAST SPECIALS STEAK AND $|0? 3 EGGS I Hash Browned Potaloei and Toasl. Served M Hours, 7 Days A week. PANCAKES MAC 3 EGGS **" Butter, Jrryp. Served Mon. Thru Frl. 11 p.m. to it a.m. Willow and Long Beiach Blvd. 427-0341 CHUCK HUDSON'S (Continued from Page A-27) ever that happened he was out of action for four or five days until the lip healed. "Once it happened right on stage," Gus recalled with a broad grin. "We were playing at the Chicago Theater. 1 had been showing off backstage, practicing Clyde McCoy's 'Sugar Blues' which requires a lot of good lip. 1 guess 1 damaged my mouth then. A little while later, the lip really split and the blood was running down my chin like wine. Art gave me a disgusted hx)k and invited me to leave the bandstand." Gus described Kassel as "easy to get along with generally, but tough and demanding at times." In 1938. he promoted Gus to second trumpet. The following year Kassel reluctantly promoted him to the coveted first trumpet spot. "He was dubious," said Gus, "hut nnt about my ability. I was sort of a playboy then. I liked to stay up all night and have a good time. Art was afraid I'd poop myself out--and not show up for work. But 1 never disappointed him. I was always there on time." For many years Gus divided his time playing with Kassel and the bands of Garber, Kaye and George Hall and his Syncopators. He was also a song writer, teaming with Kassel to write several melodies. In the early 1950s he developed an unusual ailment which hampered his trumpet work. His lower front teelh became loose. That complication, plus the fact that his wife was weary of traveling with bands, prompted him to retire from music. He decided to go into the electrical contracting business in California. He started the G. Thompson Electrical Co. in Norwalk with one used truck. Fourteen years later it was such a booming success that Gus had 19 trucks and 106 employes. Wiring, fuse boxes and breakers weren't nearly as much fun as the biincl business. Gus sold his company in 1964 and organized a large hand which opened last year at the Golden West Ballroom. He also became the ballroom's musical director. The band includes two trombones, three trumpets, four saxophones, piano, bass and drums. Their music has a strong but smooth brass sound creating dance rhythms in the style of Kassel, Garber and Kaye. The music ranges from such oldies as "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles" and "Down by the 0-hi-o" to such new tunes as "Cab Driver," "Rosie" and "Thoroughly Modern Millie." Gus' band will conclude its current Golden West engagement Sunday night. It will return again in May, coordinating with owner Olin S. Thibideau's policy of changing orchestras more often during the year. Next week Jack Stern's 10-piece band will open for a four- week engagement. Stern, endorsed enthusiastically by Gus and his boss, has a sound they describe as "fresh, modern and stimulating." The ballroom now has dancing every night except Monday. The eight-piece Goldenaires band plays Tuesday through Thursday nights when admission is $1 (ladies are free.) Admission is $1.75 on Fridays and $2 on Saturdays. Guests who have dinner in the ballroom's plush restaurant are admitted free to the dance floor. Next week the Wilder Brothers, a riotous group of comic musicians, will return to the ballroom's new upstairs Gold Room night club. They'll appear Tuesday through Saturday nights for six weeks, playing for dancing as well as doing Las Vegas-type floor shows. The Gold Room has no cover or minimum charges. * * * WHERE TO FIND THEM: Reed Williams, formerly with the Freddy Martin and Tommy Dorsey orchestras, VARIETY OK SOUNDS Ex-Navy flier Ted Brown, who plays 10 different instruments, appears with his trio nightly in the Galaxy Skyroom, 900 N. Broadway, Santa Ana. Appearing with him are pianist Dick Post (right) and drummer-vocalist Burnic Waters. They do musical varieties ranging from new tunes to such old favorities as "Tiger Rag," "12th Street Rag" and "Orange Blossom Special." plays modern music as well as the dance tunes of the 1940s in the beautiful Hilltop Supper Club atop Signal Hill. Reed, who plays half a dozen saxes--mini-sized to jumbo models--is accompanied hy bassist Carl Green and pianist John Fitzer. All three sing ton--and very, very well. Nimble-fingered Jack Carr, organist-vocalist, enjoys doing all kinds of request numbers during his appearances Thursday through Saturday nights in the Pump Room at Santa Fe Bowl, 21SO Santa Fe Ave. He also delights the guests by making fresh popcorn for them in a popper plugged in near his Hammond. Louis Reed, lively and personable, offers organ concerts during the cocktail hour, 4:30 to 8:30 p.m., Tuesday through Saturdays at the Hawaiian, 4645 E. Pacific Coast Hwy. Polynesian floor shows, featuring fire dan- . cers, hula dancers, novelty dancers, comics and vocalists, are presented nightly except Monday. EXCELLENT CUISINE Piepored by Chef [rni. Paooy, fa- moui lor hit Pu fu Pint*. lunches 11 o.m.-2 p.m, Dinners 5-11 p.m. Cuisine Unsurpassed! American and Continental dishes prepared to whet the appetite of the entire family. I DKLNADEVU I lEntjrtalmnflanhePiario^BatJ 558 E. Willow 426-660? ·VAV.V.V.V COOKINMB EL MATADOR MEXICAN RESTAURANT Your Family Restaurant Op*n from 11:30 to 10 p.m. FOOD TO TAKE OUT (734 E. Second St.. Long Btach 434.4021 Try Kelly's Irish Coffee You'll roye II... DINING · COCKTAILS JESS PARKER flT THE X-66 HAMMOND Phone GE 9-6750 5716 E. Second St. (Naples) Long Beach Hours: 4 P.M. 'Til 2 A.M. OPEN 7 DAYS FROG 1820 Atlantic* Lone Biaeh Stl-M37 MERLE MATTHEWS SANTA FE BOWL PRESENTS JACK CARR at the Organ Bar in the Btoutiful Town Pump Room Thursday, Friday and Saturday Nights : fl'80lANTA FE AVE., LONG BEACH 437-0561 CHINESE AMERICAN CUISINE ENTERTAINMENT THURS. thru SAT. 'M3 W. WILLOW, L. B. GA 4-9213 VIEW ol the Long Iwen THE fANORAMA Harbor From Yeor owner TUMI Foffloui for Our CLAM CHOWDER Cecktail Lounge Dinint Room CettH Shop House of frJ« Large Shrimp Cocktail STEflK $1.75 LOBSTER 52.50 LARGE STEAK $2,25 ON PIERPOINT LANDING (Foot of L (Foot of Long Beach Freeway) For Reservations Cai: HE ··»] All entries inclucte: Baked Potato, Cheeie met Chives, Salad with French or Roquefort; Bread and Butter 111S E. WAKDLOW ROAD LONG BEACH GA 7-9856 Wl* «j«ri«cr » ~ ituckufrid Chicken NOW SIX LOCATIONS 5530 ATHERTON 129 E. PAC. CST. HWY. (at Bellflower Blvd.)--431-3543 lit Locinf -- 591-5608 1190 E.CARSON 4917 BELLFLOWER BLVD. lot Orange)--OA 4-8586 (at Dtl Amo 1--925-6593 3430 E. ARTESIA £081 ATLANTIC AVE. .at Downey)--422-0407 (at 6lit Strt.il--423.7W3 somt location for over 20 v STEAKS · AUSTRALIAN LOBSTER PRIME RIB DINNERS · COCKTAILS RESTAUKANT rnferfainmenf nfgAr/y fty He/en 1174 E. WARDLOW (near Ora PH: GA 4-8474 ro.r Htif ftrl 1. SlfMk Cloud Smdayi · ^, . BRADLEYS RESTAURANT NOW APPEARING INIMITABLE-INCOMPARABLE * DICK STARR Sueere Orjin Slvllit Ivery Nile except Sun. WKLCOMC L.B.P.O.C. ORGAN JAMBOREE MARCH um-l P.M. COCKTAILS--LUNCHES--DINNER 6310 PACIFIC BLVD. at GAGE HUNTINGTON PARK - 588-8241 tiCK GOURMET CHINESE AND AMERICAN FOOD Complete Dinner Selection! at the Loweit Prices In Town FOOD TO GO FREE PARKING HOURS DAILY 4 p.m. io 10 p.m. -- Closed Tuesday! 2232 E. ANAHEIM ST., Long Beach 2 BLKS. E. OF CHERRY AVE. Phone 433-3810 Aiithr.ntit: MEXICAN FOOD! Delicious Dinners for the entire family . . . Businessmen's Luncheons ·TAKE-OUT FOODS* 11272 LOS ALAMITOS BLVD. Los Alamitoj, Calif. 430-0213 ·D r-JlH! O rJL"^ SlSi IT'S THE WOIIMI'S FAMOUS FOR THE MOST IXSULTIXti FUN NUTHOUSE ACTION STARTS AT 9 P.M. 5 miles from Port 'O r*ll«nd Prinrrs* Lottittt' 412 W. "B" ST. WILMINGTON TE 4-2109 Il«?si iMglits Vriday Saturday Enloy · beautiful Panoramic View ol Seven Cltln In the delightful almoi- phere of a elamoroui Restaurant with luperb Dining Danceable nruilc. REED WILLIAMS hilltop Supper Club 23rd St. Top'O Signal Hill 2300 East $«J50 « *EARLY DINNER SPECIAL CHOICE PRIME RIB DINNER Served Sunday thru Thuriday, 6 'til 8 p.m Comptele Menu of tine toodi from J1.JS-- Served from i to 11:30 p.m. nightly DANCING NIGHTLY TO THE REED WILLIAMS ORCHESTRA Clojed Monday · No Cover · No Minimum · Loads ol Free Pkg. · CE M24» DINNER HOUSE · GERMAN DINNERS · COCKTAILS · THICK STEAKS · LOBSTER · PRIME RIBS · FROG LEGS K.VTKIITA l.\31 EXT iVHJHTLY nlh l.ovrly VIVIAIYK CLOSED MONDAY DAILY SPECIAL CHOICE NEW YORK DELMONICO STEAK Shrimp Cocktail, ATC | Soup or Salad, M ( Potato and Dessert JO 17847 LAKEWOOD BANQUET DOOM tor YOUK PARTIES Special lues., Wid., Than, r CHOICE TOP SIRLOIN STEAK Shrimp Cocktail, Soup or Salad, Potato and Desurt 433-4801 (Call ittir 3:00 P.M.) ALL SPECIALIZING IN CHUCK WflGON STYLE PRIME RIB $075^ YOU CAN EAT ft P*rw« Served 5 p.m. fo 11 p.m. LUNCHEON · DINNER COCKTAILS 12102 LONG BEACH BLVD. I uMiuAAjl (lilwitn RtlKrint LjnWOOQ I I.,,rlil H»j.) men 7 Divs 11:30 am. to 2 a.m. Enlertalnment TUES. Ihni SUN. BILL WORRALL at our Organ and Piano Btr COCKTAIL LOUHH I Wniry it Wiritow M. · CA M7I1 · FIH NrkMl

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