Independent from Long Beach, California on March 24, 1976 · Page 20
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B-8--INDEPENDENT (AM) PRESS-TELEGRAM (PM) Lom BMCH, c.ui.. WM., Mirth», m Officers are installed TRACY CLINIC D u r i n g luncheon ceremonies at t h e Marriott H o l e l , Newport B e a c h . M r s . Sandi Swofford of Ncwporl B e a c h was installed as new preisdcnl of Long Beach League for Ihe John Tracy Clinic. M r s . A n n Otto, p a s t president, was installing officer. Others assuming new duties were Mmes. Linda B.vrd, Diane Arnold, A n n e Baumgarncr, Dorothy Lc Cours and Janis Bigclow. O u t g o i n g p r e s i d e n t , Sallie Dceble, presented a check for $18,000 to Dr. Edward Lowell, director of Ihe John Tracy Clinic in Los Angeles, to support the L o n g Beach Demonstration Home for Tracy Clinic. In addition, t h e group gave $2,100 in direct funds to the home al MIO Pacific Avc. The facility offers free beginning help for licaf and hard of hearing children and [heir parents. Starting a year of provisional training arc Mines. Maureen Benice, Uo Flemings, Carol Gibson, Gay H a n n a h , Connie Jensen, K a r e n K n s a k , S h e r o n MtTsch, Judi Me Kachcn, Susan Ochlcr and Linda Strong. Receiving awards al the l u n c h e o n w e r e D i a n a H u m m e l a s outstanding member and K a l h y Davis p n as outstanding provi- s i o n a l . K a r e n McClorv was honored for her work on the board. SHRINE UNIT D u r i n g f o r m a l ceremonies S u n d a y al 2 p.m. in the Elks Club. -1101 E. Willow St.. Merret Temple 103, Daughters of Ihe Nile. will install a new slate of officers. Taking over as queen is .Icssic M. Quinn. She suc- crods Patricia I'ianloni. A u d r e y ( l a r n i c r is in charge of arrangements. LADY ELKS I'aula Killgo is Ihe new president of L a d y Klks 2003. Serving with her arc Beverly Meredith. Jeanne Richards. HarbaOj (iruskn and Darlenc McKin/ie. Marie Foley received an award for 15 years perfecl iittemlancc. Honored for 3 years perfecl attendance 'Cuckoo' to be given this weekend at LBCC General admission is ?2. A SB and senior citizen cardholders will bo admitted fret 1 . SANDI SWOFFORD for Tracy Clinic were Bonnie Harlow Barbara (Irasko. and "One Flow O v e r I h c Cuckoo's Nest" will be on s t a g e Thursday through Sunday in Long B e a c h City College Auditorium, Clark Avenue and Harvey Way- a( 8:30 p.m. There a l s o will be a malinee Saturday at 2:30 p.m. Adapted by Dale Wass- cnnan from Ken Kescy's novel, the play is set in a m e n t a l hospital w h e r e boisterous, fun-loving R.P. M c M n r p h y , p l a y e d b y F r e d Bishop, swaggers into Hie ward. To his dismay, he is committed to the care of Nurse Hatched M i c l f y M o l s i n g e r ) , a humorless t y r a n t w h o rules with chilling a u t h o r i t y . R e s u l t s a r e both humorous and sadly touching as the cowed, docile patients, played by Lorcn Almaguer. G r e g Atkins, P a n ! B e t h e l , D a v e P ' r u v c h t i n g , K e n n e t h F r e c d m a n , S t e p h e n McCormick, Jeff R i l m a n and Johnnie, make fulile allempts at self-assertion. Richard Blake, S c o t t Cook, Dawn Ide, Joanne Juleff and Bob Schindler complete the cast. Shashin Desai is director. INSURANCE-CAREER? CAREER OPEN HOUSE SET For men and women considering insurance as a new career James R. Foster, Vice-President and Los Angeies Regional Manager of Farmers Insurance Group announces a special "Career Open House" Thursday, March i5, 1976 a! 7:30 P.M. in the Matador Room, of the Rochelles Convention Center at 3333 Lakewood Blvd. in Long Beach. In addition to a dramatized presentation, special speakers will include R.E. Lee, Director ol Agencies, who v/ill explain Ihe unlimited earning potential with the Farmers Insurance Group. Guests will receive a tree Booklet, "A NEW CAREER" and full information on how to secure an Insurance license. They will have the opportunity to meet management and some of the firm's top salespeople and ask questions regarding an Insurance Career. The event is open to the public and there is no admission fee. 8xK Color Portrait Choose from our collection of new and exciting scenic and color backgrounds. WED. THUR. FRI. SAT. MARCH 24 2S 26 27 28 Mon. thru Fri. 10am-8pm, Sat. 10anv7pm. Sun. 10anv6pm 1MB DISCOUNT D E P A R T M E N T STORE LONG BEACH, 2270 Bflllllower Blvd. NOHWALK, 11600 E. Alondra Blvd. AUft^ei Rib-el c.Fhldr«n»nd«diKt Oi« Vllwg pof lubietl A*Ji|«on»tlubietll-g i^atl NotWOOU -ehooifllroinl.nrthwdpio' mMiwu UinJf-tl OOt ur i«Jiuor1 I Church dance changes date and location Instead of its annual Si. Patrick's Day dance, SL Barnabas Parish is sponsoring a Spring D a n c e Saturday in Ihe Petroleum Club, 3636 Linden A v e . The sile change is due to the closure of Lakewood Country Club while t h e golf course is being reno- valcd. Scroggins B a n d w i l l play for dancing beginning ill 9 p.m. Cards also will IK; available for those wishing to play. Tickets will he available at (he door. Auction aids City of Hope A C h i n e s e auction is p l a n n e d by D a n i e l C. llogers Chapter, City of Hope, Monday al 7:30 p.m. in State M u t u a l Ravings and Loan, 5101 Lakewood B l v d . , L a k e w o o d . Proceeds will go lo aid research programs conducted by C i l y of Hope Medical Center. M u r r a y Rogers is president of the chapter, which is seeking new members. Pan Am tea fetes queen candidates The 2-1 finalists for Miss Lakewood Pan American (|uecn will bo introduced al 16th annual Pan A m e r i c a n lea Sunday from 2 to ·! p.m. at the Lakewood home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Underwood, ClOfl Carpintero Avc. Hosting !he parly wilt be Lnkewood Benefit League, headed by Mrs. Paul Worthington. Also attending w i l l be the consuls of Latin American countries in Los Angttcs. Donna Bray, outgoing Pan Am Festival queen, will be on hand us one of her last official duties before crowning a successor April 10 al a gala coronation ball in the Convention Center Hotel, Buena Park. Prior to the ball, a queen and court must be chosen. The judging finals arc scheduled April 1 at 6 p.m. in Bullock's Uikcwood. In addition lo reigning over the Pan Am Festival, the queen rides (ho Uikcwood float in the Hose Parade on New Year's Day. Reservations for the lea may he made with Mrs. Worlhington or Mrs. Dorothy Jones. CDA cards A public luncheon ainl r n r d p a r t y i s planned S a t u r d a y n o o n i n S I . Anthony Cafcleria, Sixth Street and Alamitos Avenue, sponsored by Court SI. Ann 76,1, C a t h o l i c Daughters of A m e r i c a . Bridge, canasta, 500 and pinochle will he available. Tickets are $1.25 each, with proceeds benefiting Ihe M s g r . B e r n a r d J . Dolan scholarship fund at St. Anlhony High School. m ·:··· START NOW 0 " m ENROLL FOR i D MEDICAL ASSISTANT U DENTAL ASSISTANT CLASSES START ON MARCH 31 LONG BEACH COLLEGE OF MEDICAL AMI DENTAL ASSISTANTS IS AN ELIGIBLE INSTITUTION UNDER THE FIDERALLY INSURED STUDENT LOAN PROGRAM "SEE INFORMATION ON RIGHT" LONG BEACH COLLEGE OF MEDICAL AND DENTAL ASSISTANTS e ATLANTIC AVE,, LONG BEACH tors BUS.' CHILDREN'S 196 FIELDERS' GLOVE E V E R Y D A Y LOW PRICE Vinyl glove wllh leather lining, awhlde 1ac«d. scoop pocfcol. ftll FRANKLIN AT OK] DISCOUNT .86 BIG 12 FT. GYM WITH SLIDE Sluidy 2 inch lubTng. Tiapeze bar. 3 passongar gflder. 2 swings. 2 passonyof lawn swing and slide. Unassembled. BIG SELECTION OF GYMS · ALL AT BIG DISCOUNT EVERYDAY LOW PRICE ADIRONDACK LITTLE LEAGUE BAT IN AT SCHWAB 3 6 X 3 8 NCH SANDBOX EVERYDAY LOWPHICE Galvanized steal bollom. Sunshade canopy lowers lo koep sand dry. Unassembled ALL SCHWAB AT BTQ DISCOUNT Come In And Meet The FOOTSEE Pros ! 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