Independent from Long Beach, California on February 27, 1969 · Page 84
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P 4 Z i Lnno Long w-Tdegram, w«jr«d.v, Feb. M, m» ««nd«nt, Thursday. Feb. 2;, l« 8 of A 4th Jr. College Volume Awards Program Opens Rare Watch Contemporary Art Exhibit at Cerritos Fourth annual Junior College Man and Woman of."the Year program is now underway in California "under the sponsorship of-Bank of America. ·4 Santa Ana College Man and Woman of the Year will be selected soon, Dr. John E. Johnson, SAC president disclosed today. All junior colleges in the state will select a Man and Woman of the Year. They, along with the local winners, will then compete in nine regional contests. The 18 finalists will compete for the title of California Junior College Man and Woman of the Year. Final winners will be selected by a panel of business, professional and civic leaders on the last day of the annual Spring Conference of the California Junior College Association in Sacramento on March 31. The two top winners Books ·- THE LILAC FAIRY BOOK. Edited by Andrew Lang. Dover, $1.95. THE PINK FAIRY BOOK. Edited by Andrew Lang. Dover, $1.95. ; THE CRIMSON FAIRY BOOK. Edited by Andrew Lang. Dover, $1.95. THE ORANGE FAIRY BOOK. Edited by Andrew tang. Dover, $1.95. · THE OLIVE FAIRY BOOK. Edited by Andrew Lang. Dover, $1.95. THE GREY FAIRY BOOK. Edited by Andrew Lang. Dover, $1.75. Once Andrew Lang began his quest for fairy tales for his collections, he v found the supply quite limitless, for fairy tales are "fancies brought from all quarters: -we see that black, white and yellow peoples are fond of just the same kinds of adventures. Courage, youth, beauty, kindness, have many trials, but they always win the battle; while witches, giants, unfriendly cruel people, are on the Wsing hand. So it ought to be ..." These paperback additions to the Lang shelf, originally published between 1896 and 1910, are, c o m p l e t e and unabridged, with every one of the original illustrations by-P. J. Ford. All but the grey- and the pink contain a..section of plates in romantic color. For all ages -- though planned by Mr. Lartjf. for British children. --E.P.H. E N G L I S H F A I R Y TALES. Collected by Joseph Jacobs; illus., John D. Batten. Dover, $1.75. Joseph Jacobs took pride in presenting English children with a collection of forty-three exclusively English fairy tales, out of 140 he found in his country. For some, he expresses '^gratitude to Lang, as well-'as collectors E. Clodd and F. Hindes Groome. This collection, published in 1898, contains many of the best-known tales, in popular English vernacular, such as "Jack and the Beanstalk" and "Henny- Penny." --E.P.H. NINE U N L I K E L Y TALES. By E. Nesbit. Dover. Edith Nesbit wrote her tales in the early 1900's for upper class English children. The atmosphere and language reflect this, a p p e a r i n g somewhat quaint, but Edith Nesbit's magic is such that her stories have a fascination anytime or anywhere. In "The Blue Mountain," Tony lives in a world threatened by terrible tremors and rains of scalding water, but after drinking the milk found on the blue mountain, he grows and finds himself in a different world looking down upon an anthill. Selim and Thomasina in "Whereyouwanttogo" follows a b o u n c i n g ball to a wonderful world without "'iiiagging uncles, aunts and ':, 'Bursemaids, but little bits -. ;bf naughtiness bring the old back piece by piece. will each receive $1000. The remaining 16 finalists each receive Bank of America checks for S100 and all other individual college winners get S50. Prize money will total §11,300 this year. Contending students are selected on the basis of scholarship, community service and college activities. A newly-published, full- color volume featuring a unique collection of rare antique watches has been presented to the Angelo lacoboni Library, Lakewood, by Saul T.. Birenbaum, manager of Zales Jewelers, Lakewood. The book, entitled "Cal- vade of Watches" is a 120 page visual history of watches and contains approximately 200 illustrations of rare antique watches, part of the Zale's Corporation collection. An exhibition of original prints by classic and contemporary artists will be presented by the Ferdinand Rolen Galleries of Baltimore, Md., at the Cerritus College Art Gallery Friday. Special exhibition hours will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the local community college Gallery, 11110 Alondra Blvd., Norwalk. The exhibition includes over 1,000 original etchings, lithographs and woodcuts by such artists as Picasso, Chagall, Miro, Goya, Renoir, Baskin, Kollwitz and many others. Also c.i display will be a collection of outstanding Western and Oriental manuscript pages from works of the 13th-20th centuries. The prints will be available for purchase, with prices ranging from $5 to $1,000 -- the majority priced below $100. A representative of the Roten Galleries, Robert DeMuth, will be present during the exhibition to answer any questions the public may have regarding graphic art and printmaking. Established in 1932, Roten Galleries has one of the largest collections of graphic art in the country. The firm operates its main gallery in Baltimore with other Roten Galleries in Cambridge, Mass., and at Brentano's in Washington, D.C. Ferdinand Roten Galleries specializes in ar ranging exhibitions and sales of original graphics at colleges, universities and museums throughout the country. DONS CUSTOM DRAPERIES 1 7 4 3 . 1 B e l ' f l o w e r B . v d TO 6 - 1 5 M Bellflower TINT SPECIAL Free Conditioner With Tint Mon.-Tu«s.-Wed. Only Student Work BKLLFUWEt BEAUTY COLLEGE 17610BKLLFLOWER BOULEVARD 1 Blk South of Artesi» Blvd. (Next to McCov's Market) DIAL 925-3797 FOR APPOIM'MEM 1 LOCATIONS MAYWOOD 4501 E. SLAUSON UNITED SURPLUS DEPARTMENT STORES LOCATIONS NORWALK 12101 E. FIRESTONE 5 BIG DAYS THURS.--FRI.-SAT. 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