Independent from Long Beach, California on February 27, 1969 · Page 82
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 82

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, February 27, 1969
Page 82
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P2 Z l Long Beach lnJjKn t J«nt* l Thuri C cl« t .Vfl'. J7,'l«J Santa Ana College to Build Monument A replica of the Freedom Monument at Valley Forge, Pa., will be built at Santa Ana College, it was announced today. And a special fund raising drive is now underway to provide the necessary $7500 to build it. Spearheading the project is Ernest Grain, faculty instructor of political science, placement officer and veterans affairs director at the college. Grain has long been active in Bill of Rights Week observances and other patriotic programs at the college. Last year he won a national award from the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge for his untiring efforts in this field. His award was presented to him during colorful ceremonies in Valley Forge last February. It was there that he viewed the awe-inspiring Freedom Monument and decided such a project should be built at Santa Ana College for all to enjoy. Grain plans to retire this year, hopefully after the monument has been completed. It will be erected adjacent to the college Nealley Library and will stand about 16 feet high, eight feel long and three feet wide. Construction will include reinforced concrete covered with polished marble lacing. A small platform will surround it, bordered by an iron railing. The full wording of the Bill of Rights and the American Credo will be cut into the marble monument and a bronze eagle with a three-foot wing span set on top. The memorial to America's heritage and freedom will be complete with fencing, seats, flood lights, and a water fountain. Cram promises that the Freedom Monument will be an inspiration to all who view it. The SAC chapter of Future Automotive Technicians of America (FATA) has officially adopted the monument as a fund raising project, according to spokesman Bruce Jaco. Varied Concert Programs Offered at Orange Coast A highly varied program of concerts will be offered tills spring by the Orange Coast College music department. The concerts will run DON'T GET CAUGHT SHORT! High-water trousers may be all right when in style but not when your best suit comes back from the cleaners. The same goes for .a sweater that has stretched half a sleeve length longer. Rest assured that we'll con trol the long and short of all your cleaning requirements, Comi in and use our brond ntw J-spttd, jtnlle action woshinj machinti designed for your per- mnnenl-press garments. ECON-0-WASH COIN OPERATED DRY CLEANING UUNDRY 9107 ALONDRA BIVD. lEUFlOWER 125.1515 (!»D HOCK [1ST OF UKtWOODI DJU1I t-«; !« »·« through June 8. The public is invited to all performances. A Vesper Organ concert will be held March 2 at 4 p.m. by OCC music instructor J. P. Colyar. On March 18 at 11 a.m., a student recital will be. held in Studio No. 1. The Orange Coiisl College Community Symphony Orchestra will perform March 23 at 4 p.m. in the Auditorium, with first chair musicians featured as soloists in this major concert. On April 15, El Camino College will present a student recital at 11 a.m. in Studio No. 1 in an exchange program. * * * * THE OCC choir and band will perform April 20 at 8 p.m. in the Auditorium. A student recital will be held either April 22 or 29 at 11 a.m. in Studio No. 1. Evening College Chorale will present a concert on April 27 at 4 p.m. in the Auditorium, under the direction of Les Van Dyke, and On April 28, the OCC choir will perform at 8:15 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church in Anaheim. The Stage Band will play at 8 Newlyweds at Home Mr. and Mrs. Robert lingler, are now at home in Long Beach following their recent marriage in the Grace Methodist Church. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Do\v- nen, 2222 Termino Ave., Long Beach, chose an Aline gown of silk organza for the afternoon cermony. She was attended by her sister-in-law Mrs. David Downen and l.uanne Engler. The groom, son of Mr. Su/aiine La miry on Dean's List Suzanne Landry, a senior at Loretto Heights College in Denver, Colorado, has been placed on the Dean's List for outstanding academic achievement during the winter semester at the four-year liberal arts college for women. According to Sister M. Christopher Gillespie, Academic Dean, a student must achieve at least a 3.f grade average on a 4.0 grading system in order to earn this academic honor. Miss Landry is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Landry, Apt. 2804, (166 E. Ocean Blvd., Long Reach, and a graduate of Si. A n t h o n y ' s High School. J'Y'iiloii Elected Terry L. Fcnton, a j u n - ior horticulture major at Washington State University, Pullman, Wash., has been elected presient of WSU's Landscape architecture Club. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Fenton,. 3274 San Anseline, Long Beach. "·Hotline' Teen-Agers Poster Contest Opens An art poster contest, open to all students in grades 7-12 in the Cerritos College District, was announced today by the Project HOTLINE committee. Co-chairman Mrs. Ruby Hevi of Bellflower and Mrs. Betty Charles of Downey said the contest deadline for entries will be March 21. Any student ;nlending junior or senior high school in the Downey, Bellflower, ABC and Norwalk-l.a Mirada school districts is eligible to enter. The posters entered in the contest will he used to create interest in the HOTLINE program, which provides advice and information by telephone to youths and parents with narcotics problems. The HOTLINE number will begin operation March 1. Contest entries will be collected by chairman of the art departments in each of the 31 junior and senior high schools in the college district and submitted to the Cerritos College Fine Arts Associates for judging. They may be any color and should relate a meaningful message concerning the HOTLINE program and problems of drug abuse. All posters must be 22 by 28 inches in size and have the name, age, grade and school of the entrant written on the back. First prize will be a $25 savings bond; second prize, $10; and third prize. So. A list of contest rules can be obtained at the Cerritos College Office of Community Services. HOTLINE project is one of a number of programs sponsored by the Civic Responsibility Committee, a citizens advisory committee of the Cerritos College Community Services Program. Street Dedicated A Recognition Committee composed of five Norwalk residents announced this week a formal dedication of a monument and street in honor of the contributions Mexican-Americans have made to the community. The event will take place Saturday, April 19, in Norwalk Civic Center. The street to be dedicated links Norwalk City Hall to the county's new Los Cerritos Regional Library and Southeast District Superior Courts facility. · Teen Auto Design Class Signups Set Any teen-age boy interested in learning how to draw cars may now enroll in a new class entitled: "Fundamentals of Automotive Design" being sponsored by the Lakewood Recreation Parks Dept. Classes are held every W e d n e s d a y afternoon from 3:30 to 5:30 at Woodruff Henry Lee at the Del Valle Park. Any boy from 10 to 17 is eligible to enroll. Bruce Bollinger, former automotive stylist from General Motors is the instructor. Student assigments vary from dune buggies to moon rovers, as well as styling production cars. Basic perspective drawing and fundamentals of art are taught through individual instruction which allows each person to develop at his own speed, regardless of age or ability- I n t e r e s t e d persons should register at the center, or call Jack Hoffman at 429-0545. Mud Therapy Health seekers in Iran cake their bodies with black mud from Lake Urmia to relieve arthritis. and Mrs. Herbert Engler. the guests attending. 444S Elm Avc.. Long Beach, asked David Downen to be best man and Michael Downen to seat The bride attends Wilson High and her husband is a Poly High school graduate. TWEMTY W,L Y L«Tp LMTY 10 FULL TREATMENTS FOR s ONLY -FKEESAUXA' Try This Starter Course And let us prove that our t'un method of reducing while relaxing really works. \Vc have patrons that have lost up to 9 1 _ inches in 10 treatments. Female attendants -- No Disrobing -- Children's Nursery -Don't delay -- Call us today We are only a phone call away. PHONE 866-7411 IOR INFORMATION GLAMOUR-EZE Figure Control 10238 E. Rosecrans, Bellflower (Ho.t Door io B!ut Chip Siomp Center) COME IN FOR YOUR FREE FIGURE ANALYSIS BANKtMEftlCARD p.m. in the Auditorium on May 18, and the OCC Chorale will perform at 8 p.m. in the Auditorium on May 25. 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