Independent from Long Beach, California on January 23, 1975 · Page 17
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 17

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, January 23, 1975
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jRESS-TE'tEGRAM (PM) ion M I n,c»iii..iinif».j»n.»i,ij5 DEAR A8BY Links present scholarship to LB. woman Hill of Long h, a student at West- M'State University, Colof Law, Orange wnraty, is recipiem ui a '-;-u*l u:- .*...*.J u.. 'the Orange County Chapter of National links, Inc. , - Mrs. Sylvia Suesberry, ·president, and Mrs. ·Marne Glass, past presi- dent, made the presentation during a meeting in the Cerritos home of Mrs. Audrey Smith. The award is part of the Links' goal aging academic excellence in black youth. Miss Hill is a graduate of Poly High and Long Beach State University. She will receive her law degree in December. She serves on the Citizens A^..:»^ U .. /i r u i T i o v i j V/U1III1 tl in f t v| of Lou'' a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority and is employed as a senior analyst for Shell Oil Company. Innes semi-annual clearance sale SHOES DRESS · CASUALS · SANDALS : ; CURRENT STYLES IN THE MOST POPULAR : NOW REDUCED FOR SPECIAL GROUP OF ODDS AND ENDS REG. to S20 $290 _ $490 _ $690 nne Serving So. California for 75 years "Your satisfaction is guaranteed. . ." Los Cerritos Lakewood South Coast Center Center Plaza 865-9800 i 639-9420 556-9379 Charge it! Innes Charge, BankAmericard, Master Charge Maybelline means eye make-up. Great-Liner. Automatic eye liner. Soft and satiny finish in five saucy shades. Easy to apply. Cover Stick. Covers and conceals shadows, lines or circles. 5 colors to match your skin tones. Blooming Colors Traveler Kit. Color coordinated automatic liner, mascara and shadows, twin tip applicator in case wtih mirror GREAT (ASM '·Use ABA All Eyes Kit. Complete eye make-up box. Includes cake liner, highlighter, mascara, shadower, 2 cakes shadow, fine brush, pencil. Magic Mascara. Wateiproot and non-smear. Spiral brush curls, colors, separates. by Great Lash Mascara. Builds, thickens, colors, and curls. 7I6XA-A She has one mate too many By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY: About a t* i " f i n Vtuchnnsl found out he had a malignant tumor. At first Hie doctor said he thought it was inoperable, so we both faced the fact that my husband was going to die. He was 36 and 1 was 30, and we had a four- year-old son. However, the doctor later changed his mind and decided that he could operate. In the meantime I had already accepted the fact that since my husband was going to die, my son needed to have a father, and the sooner he came into our lives, the sooner I would get over my husband's death. To make a long story short, I met a man and fell in love with him. My husband survived the surgery, and it looks like he is going to be all right. I have become very attached to this man and am still seeing him. I really love them both and don't know what to do. Help me. PLACES TO VISIT LONG BEACH iMUSEUM OF · ART, ((2300 E. Ocean Blvd.) A m e r i c a n s in Florence Europeans in Florence: Video art -- artists include Acconci, Agnelli Beuys, Buren, Chiari,. Forti, Gillette und Kanrow. Jim Nichols: Melal Collage? Constellations. U s u a l Hours: Wednesdays through Sundays, noon to 5 p.m. Closed Monday and Tuesdays. Tours by appointment. Free. RANCllO LOS CERRITOS (-WOO Virginia Road, Long Beach.) Fully restored ranch house built of adobe brick and redwood in 184-1 by Don Juan Temple, furnishings from the 1880s. G a r d e n House: 1-5 p . m . Wednesdays through Sundays. Free. . By bus. Lone Beach Transportation bus No. 5 or RTD Long Beach Freeway Flyer No. 36 to Long Beach Boulevard and San Antonio Drive. n /» mile w a l k down eucalyptus-lined road. RANCHO LOS ALAMITOS (MOO Bixby Hill Road. Long Beach). Historical site. Part of a 1784 land grant Adobe house bbuilt in 1806. Antiques, barns, blacksmith shop, gardens. Guided tours. Wednesdays t h r o u g h » Sundays 1-5 p.m. Free. Enter through gates at Palo Verde Avenue and Anaheim Road. (Groups of more than 10 should phone.431-2511 -for reservations.'! MUSEUM OF ART (LOS ANGELES COUNTY) (5005 Wilshire Blvd.. Los Angelesl. M a r c u s Loew Collection: Tea, bv Henri Matisse. Georges Renault's Head of Christ, and George Braque's Still Life. The G i l b e r t C o l l e c t i o n s Monumental Silver and Mosaics. Masterpieces of Far Eastern art from the museum's permanent collection. Environmental work "Rope Drawing 4"-by Patrick Ireland (otherwise known as B r i a n O'Doherty) opens Tuesday. First major American exhibit of works by Swiss artist and architect Max B i l l . General public. Si. Students and senior citizens. 50 cents. Islamic Gallery: manuscript illuminations, c e r a m i c s , textiles, works in wood rnid metal. ONE MAN TOO MANY DEAR ONE: DYING unexpectedly is not uncommon, but LIVING unexpectedly is. It's wise to prepare for the future, but you jumped the gun. If you believe in fairness to a man pulled back from the brink of death, you'll say goodbye to his premature replacement. D E A R ABBY: After reading the letter from the grandmother who complained because the grandparents on the MOTHER'S side always seemed to be favored, I had to put in my two c e n t ' s worth. T am the young mother of three very active children, and it's always MY mother who babysits. She works fulltime and has her own family to take care of, but when I ask. her to babysit, for a night, a day, or a weekend, she acts like it's the best offer she's had alTweek. On the other hand, my husband's mother has no job and no f a m i l y at home. All she has to think of is herself, but she's never volunteered to babysit for me. Once she said", "If you ever need me in an emergency, I'll ·come," b u t , Abby, she knows t h a t in an emergency I can call my own mother. Twice in nine years I have asked my mother-in- law to sit for me. She did, but she made me feel like she was doing me the biggest favor in the world, so ' I quit asking her. Thanks for letting me get this' off my chest. Maybe my mother-in-law will read it and see herself. BUGGED DEAR BUGGED: Maybe. And maybe not. Not all grandmothers regard an offer to babysit as "the best offer they've had all week." Many have written to say that they raised their children and they wish their children would raise their own -but when asked to baby- sit, they hate to refuse. Those grannies who genuinely enjoy sitting should do so, but those who don't should not be - made to feel guilty. DEAR ABBY: Will you please do me a favor and 'answer this in your column so I can give it to my son to show his future wife? Every time we have this girl over for supper, she brings her scale and insists on weighing everything before she eats it. While I am putting food on the table and everybody else is sitting down, she goes into the kitchen and weighs her food before bringing her plate to the table. ' I think this is bad manners. Don't you? INSULTED DEAR INSULTED: Not necessarily. The young w o m a n is obviously a weight watcher -- and I say hooray for her. Try to be a little more understanding. Or would you r a t h e r have a fat daughter-in-law? Guide to entertainment Sculptural prints and paper sculpture by Robert Rauschenberg. Exhibit of more t h a n 40 prints by 15 California artists published by Cirrus Editions Ltd. Guided tours. C a f e . Bookshop. Free. Museum visits: usual hours Tuesdays thrbug Fridays 10 a . m . to 5 p.m., weekends 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Closed Mondays. MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY (CALIFORNIA) Exposition Park. 700 State Drive. Los Angeles. A science-technology educational center with 20 halls of permanent exhibits on California industry- Health, natural resources and contemporary science. Sixteenth A n n u a l Forest Lawn Press Photographers C o m p e t i t i o n E x h i b i t -- GO photographs including the first prize in the sports category by Curt Johnson of the Independent. Press-Telegram. "The Deriyagraphic Print": graphic design combining lithography andphotography. Oriental Essence: etchings, watcrcolors and Sumi-E paintings of nature by Hisako Asano. A c t i o n : c o l o r f u l .and authentic artifacts contributed by Peace Corps volunteers around the world. "Miniature Tool Machines" '/K-scale intricate machine tools that operate. Usual Hours. Open daily, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free. CLASSICAL MUSIC MAURICE ABRAVANEL will conduct the Utah Symphony Orchestra Jan. 23 at S p.m. Long Beach City College Auditorium. Generaf admission $4. Tickets on sale at student body bank or box office prior to performance if any are available. CELEBRITY RECITAL at Music Center Pavilion Jan. 27 at 8:30 p.m. with pianist Claud i o - A r r a u . Program will f e a t u r e Beethoven's "Wald- steui" Sonata and the Liszt Sonata in B minor. Tickets at the box office and agencies. MINORU NOJIMA. Japanese-bom pianist will make Los Angeles debut Jan. 25 at 8:30 p.m. in Royce Hall, UCLA. He will play works by Scarlatti, Beethoven, Debussy and Prokofiev. Tickets at UCLA central ticket office and agencies. MERCEDES SOS A, singer from Argentine, in concert of folk songs, Jan. 30 at 8:30 p.m. in Royce Hall, UCLA. She will accompany herself on the bonibo and will be assisted by guitarist Santiago A l b e r t o Bertiz. Tickets at UCLA central ticket office and agencies. L.A. PHILHARMONIC Tonight at 8:30, Jan. 24 at 1:30 p.m., Jan. 26 at 3 p.m. in Music Cen- ter Pavilion. Andrew Davis, conductor of the Toronto Symphony, will make his Music Center debut. Pianist Jakob Gimpel will be soloist in Chopin's E Minor Concerto. Davis also will conduct "Le Corsaire" by Berlioz 'and "Symphony No.10" by Shosta- kovich. Tickets at box office and agencies. The orchestra will play concert of music by the Finnish composer, Jean Si- belius, Jan. 30 and 31 at 8:30 p.m. and'Feb. 2 at 3 p.m. with Davis conducting. Sidney Harthwill be soloist in Sibelius' Violin Concerto. MARIO ESCUDERO, Spanish flamenco guitarist, will appear in recital Jan. 25 at 8 p.m. ui El Camino College Auditorium, Redondo Beach Boulevard at Crenshaw. Tickets at $2, $3, and $4 on sale at college ticket office and Ticketron outlets. SOPRANO Elisabeth Schwarzkopf will make her only Los Angeles area appearance on her farewell American tour Feb. 1 at 8 p.m. El Camino ' College Auditorium, Redondo Beach Boulevard at Crenshaw. Program of lieder will include songs by Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Grieg, Liszt, Strauss and Wolf. Tickets, $4 and $5, on sale at college ticket office and Ticketron outlets. DRAMAS, MUSICALS THE DYBBUK, U.S. premiere of a new adaptation by John Hirsch of S. Ansky's classic of Yiddish Theater. Performances in Mark Taper Forum of Music Center. Low-priced previews through Jan.29: regular run Jan. 30 through March 16. Tues-days through Saturdays at 8 p.m., Sundays at 7:30 p.m., Saturdays and Sundays at 2:30 p.m. Tickets $3.50 to 58. No performances Mondays. ALL MY SONS by Arthur Miller, starring Jack Klugman and Sada Thompson at Huntington Hartford Theater, 1615 Vine Street, Hollywood, through Feb. 9. /Tickets at box office and agencies. INTERNATIONAL Folk Dance Festival, Jan. 25 at 8 p.m. in Music Center Pavilion. Rhonda Fleming will narrate this 28th annual event in. which groups from 18 countries on 4 continents will participate. Tickets from $3.50 to $6.50 at box office and agencies. SHAKESPEARE'S "Macbeth" starring Charllon Heston and Vanessa Redgrave in Ahmanson Theater of Music Center Jan. 28 through March 8. P e r f o r m a n c e s M o n d a y s through Saturdays at 8:30 p.m., Thursday and Saturday matinees at 2:30 p.m. Tickets $3 to $9.50 at box office. VIENNA CHOIR BOYS in Carl Maria von Weber's one-act, comic , opera, "Abu Hassan," and selections of sacred and folk music. Performances Feb. 7 at 8 p.m. in El Camino College Auditorium, Redondo Beach Boulevard at Crenshaw; Feb.9 at 2:30 and 8:30 p.m. in Ahmanson Theater of Music · Center. For ticket information, call the box offices. BLITHE SPIRIT at Muckenthaler Cultural Center, 1201 W. Malvcrn Ave., Fullerton, Thursdays, Fridavs and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 6 p.m. Feb.20 through March 29. Cabaret theater style production, jointly staged by the Center and California, State University, Fullerton. Tickets $5 at the Center business office orCSUF theater box office. DANCE CONCERT IN SIGNS, Jan. 31 at 8 p.m. in Campus Theater of El Camino College, Redondo Beach Boulevard at Crenshaw. Three-part program of Hindu dance, Polynesian dance, and popular songs danced and interpreted in the American sign language of the deaf. Tickets at the door or in advance at the ticket office forS2. POP, ROCK AND JAZZ GENSIS. Shrine Auditorium, Jefferson at Figueora, L.A. 8 p.m. Friday. Tickets $6.50, $5.50, $4.50. JOHNNY WINTER, JAMES COTTON BLUES BAND. Long Bc?.ch -Arena, foot of Long Beach Boulevard. 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Tickets $6.50, $5.50, $4.50. JETHRO TOLL. Inglewood Forum. 7:30 p.m. Feb. 3-4, 8-10. Tickets are sold out. LINDA RONSTADT. Chandler Pavillion, L.A. Music Center. 8:30 p.m. Feb. 5. Tickets $6.50, $5.50. $4.50. Q OMEGA The watch a man can count on POLACH.ECK'S dUALICHAFT SHOE STORES Additional Reductions in our Semi-Annual ong. 9.99 to 13.99 2 pairs $9 orig. 14.99 and more 2 pairs $11 Tuts, \\H. £;' »;S-i:30 CARSON DOWNtY LAKEWOOD JEWELERS FOR THREE GENERATIONS Now even greater savings on groups of fashion shoes' Lots of terrific styles to chouse. Hurry in now to enjoy the best,selection in your size. iiiriandbag groups at same reductions! Use your BankAmericard or Master Charge DOWNTOWN LONG BEACH, 257 PINE AVE. LAKEWOOD CENTER . 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