Independent from Long Beach, California on February 28, 1969 · Page 17
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 17

Long Beach, California
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Friday, February 28, 1969
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ROMAN SCANDALS tow* riw GARY GRANDE ·ltd LOUIE BENNETT TRIO Sii Nights Per Wtck DINING · DANCINO · NIGHTLY WARNER at IOLSA CHICA 147-9134 HMti*ftM Inch JUNIOR PROGRAMS of Long Beach presents Te Ata CH1CKASAW INDIAN 2:30 p.m. MARCH 9, 1969 2:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m HILL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 1100 Iraquois Avenue Between Sludebaker and Palo Verd« DONATION SOc I 1 Please lend m»_-- tickets at SOc each. I prefer the 12:30 2:00 3:30 performance, if available. I-enclose check or money order mad* payable to "Junior Program* of Long Beach" in the amount o{ Kama Address City . Zip Phone ._ For information call GA 7-0677 Plea-J* «nc[oi» it lf-aidt«lud stampkd «nvtlopn tor «lurn o[ llckvti. Mail to: Junior Program* ol Long Beach II1S Burlinshall Drive NEW LOOK Forest (HufO Huffsteiler is owner and chef at Huffstetler's, 5100 E. Second St. Buffet-style restaurant has been red e c o r a t e d with n e w booths, tables, wall paneling and booth dividers. Roast beef and seven other entrees are featured daily. ~ S "' H n "'° The Pussycat Theatres present... Oul of the Civil War cams a new-American Violence, Passion A BOLD NEW WESTERN WIGEED DIE SLOW Raw Terror blazed across the \ country't "·' ' virgin territory, ADULTS ONLY IMHWIDN PLUS 2nd | BIG FEATURE! ] San Francisco SpeciaTs"#T68-170 Except SUNSETk BSLLFLOWEK HOLIDAY (Smokino Loot) TO 7-7721 "SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON" "HAPPIEST^MIUIONAIRE" DOWNEr NOKWALK MtRAt-TA, Downey TO 1-22S1 S:30-"RACHEL, RACHEL" "HEART IS A LONELY HUNTER" NEW AVENUE, Dowmir WA 3-i7S! «:3»--"SUBJECT WAS ROSES" "IMPOSSIBLI YEARS" NORWALKr NtrwilK IM-U71 »:»-"SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON" "WITH i YOU GET E6SROLL" SAN PEDRO STRAND. »» Jo. PiclliC TE MU1 "THi SUBJECT WAS ROSES" "HEAD" WARNER 132-7227 "BOSTON STRINGIER" "JOURNEY TO SHILOH" TORMNCE UNITED ARTISTS 325-4132 "THE BROTHERHOOD" "BARBARELLA" Rilling Hilll, PCH-CrcnihiW 15MMO 4 P.M.--"Tnt SuDIEd Wai Run" "THE SANDPIPER" WILMINGTON 6RANADA IM-3477 "HELL FIOHTER5" "THE HELL WITH HEROES" WESTERN AT SUNSET Oh A AIMI HOLLYWOOD HU /-UUl| 1P8WT KE 5-0148 La Mirida, Aiondri, Fircstoiw rr\-lui "THE WRECKINO CREW" "Liv A Lilltf. LDVI A Llttlt" PARAMOUNT, 14711 Pirimt. (33-4M( "THE BOSTON 5TRANOLEH" "PRETTY POISON" NOW IN THREE THEATRES LOS ALTOS NOW IN THREE STARTSAT6:30 | THEATRES NOMINATED FOR 6 ACADEMY AWARDS! BEST PICTURE - "Rachel, Rachel" BEST ACTRESS-Joan Woodward · BEST ACTOR-Altm Arkin ("«ACHEl, RACHEL") ("IHI HtARI IS A IONEIY HUNTER") BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS · BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS tSTELlf PARSONS ("tncM, *«li«l") SONDRA 100(1 ("Th» H«nt i» o ion«ly Huniti") IEST SCRtENPUY ("B«tlonmoHrioHronmnolhtrmtdium-"8Kh«t, Rochel") Elect New Board for Boys' Club C. Robert Langslet. Long Beach genera! contractor, has been named 1969 board president of the Boys' Club of Long Beach in the board's regular February meeting. He succeeds Ben J. Little, Jr. Other officers elected were Norb Zink, first vice president; Bernard E. McCune, second vice president; Elliott Thompson, third vice president; Harold J. King, fourth vica president, Dr. John Kashl- wabara, secretary, and Weldon M. Parker, treasurer. Two new board members named were John D. Miller and John C. Wavell. Others elected for ihrce-year terms were Henry Clock, Dr. Kenneth Liglubody, Herbert P. Murphy, Clyde Paisley, Dennis Thorn, Roger Williams, James Hanson, James G. Craig Jr., John Downing, Emmet Sullivan, 3ill Chambers, Dr. Thomas Kiddie, Don Coscarelli, Dr. B. Garcia and Bernard McCune. TAKE HER OUT TO DINNER TONIGHT LW. .,i*, MH.. Prt, F*. », w INDEPENDENT (AM) PRESS-TELEGRAM (PMj--A-17 YOUR, GUIDE TO \vitla DO I SPEAK IT? CERTAINLY Bartender Jack McKenzie points to one of the gag House, 3227 E. Anaheim St. near Redondo Avenue. It features entertainment by pianist-trumpeter Wes signs ill Shakey's Pixxa Parlor and Ye Public Restaurant sen-es 21 varieties of piping-hot pizx.a. tlratit Wednesday through Saturday nights. LEAVE THE CHILDREN! · littw firtt) and paint the town I fASHIOK ISUND . SEWPORT CFN7SH NEWPORT . SAN DIEGO FWY. SOUTH TO MACARTHUR BLVD.-THEN SOUTH TO COAST HWY. "DAZZIING"-UFE "IEAUTIFUL"~PUYBOY Winner of 4 ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS! Including BEST PICTURE and BEST DIRECTOR "ll!E*THTAKIHG"-ttcULL'S TECHNICOLOR A PARAMOUNT PICTURE . GOURMET wv/ RESTAURANT leoturiniAA QUALITY STEAKS NEW YORK 3.2S TOP SIRLOIN 2.50 PRIME RIBS......2.95 LOBSTER TAIL 3.25 FROGS LEGS 2.75 CHOICE TOP SIRLOIN STEAK SANDWICH. SALAD, FRENCH FRIES 95 Hours: ll A.M. lo Midnight 7 DJVS Per Week BANKAMERICAKD AND MASTER CHARGE WELCOME JOSS Atlantic Blvd. 5»l-923» Our Famous Roast Beef Dinner !Ht CORAL ROOM. 4 1 3 0 PARAMOUNT BLVD., LAKEWOOD 429-55481 LAKE-WOOD'S FINEST RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE LAKEWOOD'S ·LUNCHEON ·DINNER ·PIANO ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY WITH ZANY "LEGS" JOE CCTANi NOW IN HIS 8 T H Y E A R . A K E V .AHEWOOD'S FINEST R E S T A U R A N T AND iMlQl l\00lll .AKEWOOD'S FINEST RESTAURANT AND 1130 PARAMOUNT BLVD. THE C O R A L ROOM. 4 1 3 0 PARAMOUNT 61 LAKEWOOD 429-5548 Ernie Steffen's ID'S COCKTAILS · DINNER LUNCHES DAILY featuring Steaks · Prime Rib Seafood · Chicken Banquet Facilities 6-60 10th St. long Bench Blvd. L Free Parking HE .5-0965 jj TUESDAY thru SATURDAY Dance TO THE FABULOUS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS DANCE TO DAVE'S NEW TRIO CLARK CENTER CARRIAGE ROOM A t the Corner of Clark and Alondra PRIME RIB CAPITOL Sieving Choici Prlmi Rib on thl Dinnir tor 51.95, Tht Ttndirliin Rutaunnt It fait bicominf "Thi Prlmi Rib Cjpltol." Visit us soon it 4363 Atlantic Avinui. D«. 5-5533 Clieerie C n f f f . a Shop NOV/ OPEN FOR DINNER · STEAKS · SEAFOOD 5325 H. Cherry 4 2 3 - 4 5 1 4 Dimi.ii from $ 1 . 3 0 to Jl.iO T-Bon. Sliafc Dinnir J 2 . I O hoice nf Silau, "Potato, Koll or Muffin, Bulter, Coftce, Tel or Bucrer- milk. COMPUTE CATERING * BANQUET ROOMS CAFETERIAS Fasig's FAMILY STYLE RESTAURANT I'opiilur Family Prices VEAL PARMESAN Complctt Dinner w « kD «'» 4 to 8 p.m. OPEN DAILY 11:30-8:00 P.M. yfc Open /T5^ 1^ for Your Pleasure VfOUUll "THE f* CANDELABRA Lantern ROOM " 2921 PALO VERDE AVE. (Just S. of Spring Long Bch.) HA 1-1977 *LOBSTEL1LAND* SEAFOOD -- RESTAURANT "Our Specialty" JUST-GOOD-SEAFOOD Maine Lobster -- Lobster Taili Fried Clomi --Choict Sfeaki Beer --· Winei --Champagn* 4610 E. Alondra Bvd.; Compton Tel.: 431-20»5 1171 Var/efiet Of Seafood c Q5e c Heartisa 9339 E. ALONDRA, BELLFLOWER SH/IKEV'S PIZZA PARLOR For a Roaring Good Time: Hanky Took Piano, Ragtim* and What Havt Y o u . . . Wid. Night thru Sun. Night Open Every Day from 1 1 a.m. famous for people pleasing PIZZA ctiip saladt and oth*f dtliciout food Your Hostess Beverly Spono HAWAII AN GARDENS 21608 S. Norwalk Blvd. 860-5541 (Cm., i Htmlt !li list ftst il «OS Fmotf) AT. ATMIDNITEONLY. "AUEGRETO" "THE DIGGERS" "A LEGEND AT BIG SUR "SOLITAIRE" "ESCALATION- TWO STAt; THEATRE TWO IIS LOCATIONS IN ION6 IEACH 3229 E. ANAHEIM 2534 E. SOUTH ST. SEAL BEACH ItrwtM f«r«mo«« 1 Chiiry ·· Soutk Si. Phone: 634-0840 Phone: 434-8408 THE WORLD'S GREATEST TRADE PULSATING - ULTRA GRAPHIC IN COLOR "EXCITATION GIRLS AS YOU LIKE THEM" FEATURING: HOMEMADE BREAD and PIES Your Hosts - ING A and THORE OPEN 11 A.M. to 9 P.M. DAILY-CLOSED TUESDAY 117 MAIN ST.. SEAL BEACH 431-3006.

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