Independent from Long Beach, California on May 23, 1957 · Page 60
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 60

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, May 23, 1957
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P I Z P 16 Z 5 * * * * * INOfMNOINT.Mlll.miOUM lM| l»lh IC.I.I.I, tht»l,. M.» 11, 1*17 · " . * Father of Year' Entry Deadline Near More Prizes Listed for -'Champion Dad lly KAY SKK .' Although the deadline for submitting entries In the Father of the Ycnr Contest Is fast itpproachlnR. there still Is ample time for everyone to make a nomination. The contest will close next Sunday nip-lit and entries postmarked after midnight Sunday cannot be considered by the judges. r.esldcs winning the tlllc as Father of the Year, the man iclected will receive many valuable prizes Including a virtually complete wardrobe. A big engraved trophy will be presented the winner by iho Sundll r mldnl K ht to give the Downtown Lone Reach ABO- Juice, ample time to consider elates, the retail 0 i C anlzatIon ^^'^'"V , r X check Into the top ones before family. Already several nomina- tlons have been received from persons who believe their pastor* or certain school teachers tic-' serve the honor. | The deadline was «et f?r this Which each year cooperates with the Independent, Press- Telegram In conducting the contest. While the prizes are being provided by downtown Long Beach concerns, the contest Is open to any man In the retail l' trade territory served by the CM! Independent, Press-Telegram. Jv I , TM kl "E their final decUlon. Heart Assn. Annual Meet BACK TO HIS FIRST LOVE Ex-Chief in Navy Directing Play makers 1 AMONO NKW prizes announced today will be H Ush- trip for the winner and his Dr. Frederick Kellogg, local cardiologist, will speak on 'The Program ot the American Heart at the annual dinner- Assn. lit (1:30 tonight nt family aboard the New K5trellaj Ass »-" from Pacific Sport fishing Land-i 1 " 00 ^' 1 Inr: n trip for the family aboard ,, . , ,^ · ,, the Shearwater on a harbor·"" Lafayette Hotel, Dr. Julian licenlc cruise, from Plerpolnt!'»'"«'"· | )rps l l p "' 1S ! |1 ' L . Landing and a trip to Catalina! Active in the field of card- Island for the family on the :"'"»· "r ninny years Dr._Kcl motor vessel Tlic Flyer from Pacific Landing. Here nre the prizes awaiting the new Father of the Year: KngrHVril trophy by Downtown Lone II«Hrh Awoelatr.. i \ . . . Mon»r/woo, trop.eal .nit b.v SffT SL^" S."^^ Ruffiim*'. V TALENTED DIRECTOR A portion of the many duties of Harry Bauer, director of tho Los Altos Playmakers Is the Instruction to actors and actresses on where they should stand to deliver a line and how they should look while they deliver it. Bauer (kneeling is Klving Instructions to (from left) Jo Caithemer, Frank Warner and Donna BlaKK. The three have appeared In plays presented by the playmakcrs.--(Staff) By HOB SIIOTHKU. A rough-speaking, soft-hearled retired Nuvy chief directs the future of the newest community-wide project of Los Altos. Harry Haucr, 1872 Stearnlee, director of the Los Altos 1'Iny- inakcrs. acquired his gruff exterior through 20 years experience as n marine engineer, sla- tiqncd on a variety of vessels during his Interesting career as a professional sailor. Ills easily melted Interior was acquired through his first love, the theater. lie appeared In mu- Klcal' comedies before he could talk, and the attraction of Jhe- atrlcal life stuck with him throughout his stay.In the Navy, The Playmakers were or. "Charley's Aunt" n substantial In- Playmakcrs have a play scheduled, It assumes all the glamour of a Hollywood opening. The first play, "Mr, Angel," drew large crowds to the church-theater, and later productions of "Mr. Harry's Etch- Ings," and have seen crease In the number of theater- conscious residents of the community. A large portion of the' roles for every production arc Interpreted by Los Altos residents, although the casting tryouts arc open to anyone residing In Southern Los Angeles County, or adjacent Orange County communities. Bauer assumed the job of di- ganlzcd In November 1956 after rector for the group, at the sug- logg served ns president of the California Heart Assn, from 1035 to I'Jjfi and has been nn active member of the local association for six jcnrs. . Dr. Kellogg will be among n being honored tonight for six vcars of service with the Long Co. Hub* by Montgomery K-M nnil prm liy |-!unny" l trlp I. C.l.lln. «..'!" cmbors " 1P retir '" E fr °'" ^ The Flyer hy Dw, TM"TM'», TMTM en mw }marA mmbf r* W M I-,,,, no i.«n.iiiis. , , d , M , n addltlon , 0 Straw hat by An, over Mop. prpslnenl . vtce president. llnrhnr wnnle. criilnn for fam- " ' . ,,,,,,,,,.,,,, lly ,,,, MhrMmtor by l-h-rpolnl secretary and treasurer. Jjinillng. · _ Knntman Koilnk fliuh ranirru ILI ^vair I f\\A/f9 kit by Wlnnteart Hr«. |X C TT I W XHT M Fluhlng trip for family aboard · . . Nrw Kutrrlln hy ruclflo Ijind- B _ _-|- C B^^ i-'c. rOrK OlTe lint of \Vlnc w h i t e "lilrlH b.v \\nlUfrm. Negotlatli)* hnve been com- I'nixT M»tr itwik writing "'·t.pi,,,,,,! for t h r newest market by Thrifty Drug. ( l o c a t i o n for the lown Pork n»iinel.l»rk.l,yLrvln.Men»i s h n m H t F o l l r t n st . nn a II. W, prcsi DOES MAKEUP, TOO Gall Fisher, 1833 Shipway Avc,, receives somo ex- KroU ps that use it. pert instruction in tlio art of applying makeup from her director, Harry Bauer, for a recent presentation by the Los Altos Playmakers.--(Staff Photo) I Shops r- . ,. , Orange, according to Sport ulilrt hy Foreman uml · ' rxccu j ivc Cl " h ' . . . . dent of the firm. . TIIK WINNER will be announced In a special tabloid section of the Sunday Independent, J'ress. Telegram appearing on June 9, a week before Father's Pay. The new champion will be pictured on the cover and there will be other pictures and stories nbout the winner and his work. Hunnersup also will be announced at that time, · In the special Sunday supple- nient there will be several pages nf gift suggestions to aid families In selecting something for ilad on Father's Day. Kntrlc* should l« written In no worth or IBM and mailed to I lie Father nf the Year Content. Independent, 1'ri's* · Trliigmm, IIIII and I'lnc Avc., Long Hatch, Calif, . · · · · THE Jt'lHUNO will not be liasod on neatness, spelling or composition. The entry should list the accomplishments of the . man nominated, giving the rca- cons for his nomination. The entry docs not have to be made by a member of the man's The building will be com* p J c t e 1 y remodeled and new equipment installed for beauty and more efficient customer service, according to Hodges. "We are constantly endeavor- Ing to bring our personal meat service closer to more of our customers." Hodges said. "We feel that this locjtlon In down, town Long Beach will help towards thnt goal." This will be the seventh store In the Long Beach area for the supermarket chain. The firm has three markets In Compton with another presently under construction. According to present plani the new location In Long Beach will be ready for business early in July. Exercise Accident M E M P H I S tf.l: -- J a m e s French, 14, hoisted a 73-pound j barbell over his head. Ho lost | Ills balance and the barbell crashed onto his arms, breaking both Just above the wrist. ·lEST WE FORGET' ,,*. Symbolic of Flanders Field and Joyce Kilmer's ' ' poem honoring the fallen heroes of World War I, . tho traditional red poppy stands for all American fichtinn men and their sacrifices in all wars pn Memorial Day. Keeping alive their memory Is 2"/i!- '· vear-old Judy Dlonne, Junior Leglonetto at tho Dupuis-Cross'Post No. 1C In Ashland, N. II.--(UP) a careful study of the commU' nity needs over a two-year PC" rlod. liaucr worked closely with Hev. Murray McNeil, pastor of the Los Altos United Congregn tional Church, during the years of study, 11EV. McNEIL felt that the church should administer to more than the moral needs of the community, and suggested the church erect a building that could be used to satisfy the cut tural hunger of Los Altos real dents. Since the completion of the building, 'many c o m m u n i t y groups, In addition to the Play' makers, have been Invited to use the auditorium for their activities. The las Altos Women's Club has taken advantage of the offer, In addition to the Haymakers, the Girl Scouts, the Campfire Girls, the Blue Birds, the Brownies, several Boy Scout troops, and the Church has become a sponsor for the Long Beach chapter of Alcoholics Anonymous. The building at the church was designed specifically for the production of plays, but the seats arc movable, allowing greater versatility for the other OX SUNDAYS, It's a Sunday School building, but when the ges t Ion of Rev. McNeil, and has successfully launched an Important facet of community life In Los Altos. · * · V WHEN HE RETIRED from the Navy In 19-12, he enrolled for two years at Long Beach City College, and went from there to four years of study at Long Beach State College. His major at both Institutions was In humanities, or social sciences, and his minor was In speech and drama. Since graduation, his minor has become hli major, and he loves every minute of It. Mllllkan High School Is presently getting the benefit of his stage knowledge and his ability to talk,to teen-agers. He Is em ployed as stage director at the high school where he handles all of the details associated with theatrical productions. Long range plans for the Playmakers Include many more popular plays, but the produc lions were momentarily halted while Bauer handles backstage production for "Stage Door,' first play to be given by the Millikan drama department. "Stage Door" ended a sue cessful run May 11, and Bauer Immediately began reading the dcrlpt for "Hecllning Figure" as a possible consideration for the next production of the Los Altos Plqymakers. PAINTS SCENERY ·' Finishing touches en a permanent background for stage productions by the .Los Altos Playmakers are . applied bv Harry Bauer, director. Tho floor to ceil-; ing painting covers two sides of a diamond-shaped stage that is used by the group at the Los Altos United Congregational Church at the corner of Athcrton St. and Bellflower Blvd. Scenery changes for tho plays are affected by putting flats In front of the background.--(Staff Photo) You get a CLEANER WASH with CLOROX... whiter... brighter... sanitary, too! .No OTHE3 home laundering product equals ·Clorox In germ-killing efficiency! That means added health protection for children:.. for the entire family 1 And Cloror has extra gentlencu, too-«o important for garments that go next to Baby's tender skin. 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