T-IMHftMMMT tTAIUMÂ«m. SATURDAY. tiCiMIK M, 1Â»t Spotlight! f " I HIS Greets Holiday Season In South Seas Christmas trees brought Irom refrigerated'storage appeared mysteriously in all major areas of the S.S. Ryndam this week as the floating campus of Chapman College's Seven Seas Division, steamed from Ceylon toward Malaysia. Christmas Eve church services are planned for the 420 students and 70 faculty and staff members. Santa Claus will preside over the gift exchange tomorrow, as the Ryn- dam arrives in Port Swetten- ' ham,, the port city of Kuala Lumpur. : , ,'.:.. Excursions for the students, including 19 from the San Gabriel Valley, will o f f e r glimpses'of the new palace of .the Sultan of Selahgor, t h e State Malay Mosque, and the ultra Â· modern University of Malaya.'.: : Â· Â· -'Â·'Â·. According to their interests, students will observe 1 a t e x tapping on a rubber plantation, visit tin mines, learn of village health projects, collect specimens in m a n g r o v e swamps, or study art and literature. The ship will be in Bangkok on New Year's Day, "w h i c h will mark'the 13th stop for the students on the 107-day study voyage. They "have been in Portugal, Spain, Italy, Turkey, visited Port Said, Suez, Bombay and Colombo, and w i l l call at Hong Jtong, Kobe, Yokohama, Tokyo ind Honolulu bekre semester's end in Los Angeles on Feb. 4. The spring semester leaves from Los Angeles Feb. 7 bound for ports in South America. Africa and Europe, ending on May 25 in New York. San Gabriel Valley students aboard are Mark Slipich and Carol Ann Wilson of Alhambra; Stephen Posthuma and Can- flace Lynn Rogers of Altade- 7\a; William Donisthorpe and Philip M. Dwyer of Arcadia, Elayne Ray ROssi of Covina, Stanley D. Smith of Glendora, and Margaret Jean Williams of La Canada. Also Dolores Fisette of Monrovia, Danya Dilley, Dennis ' Gertmenian, Card Grizzle, Kerry Kruegdr, Sandra McKeen and Claudia Snyder of Pasadena, Phillis Seldomridge Of San Gabriel, Sally Egan of SÂ»n Marino, and Janet Lisle ef Sierra Madre. A Pasadena family of six will have a bountiful Christ- Was thanks to the. Alphameta (Alpha Omicron Iota) sorority ef PCC. the girls held a rummage sale to raise money to provide a Christmas tree, toys, food and clothes for the family, with a little extra "to hold. them over," according th Lori Aguirre, the sorority chaplain.' Alphimsta members also are "parents" of an adopted Korean orphan, Kim, whom they have supported all 11 years of the child's life. * Alphametas last night joined with the other six PCC sororities and seven fraternities to sponsor a Christmas ball, the first of which -will become a traditions members say. Â·-'Â· ;/ : '# J ;:vb'w WtiÂ£n Alham'bra High stu- dents return from Christmas holidays, they will see movies of the arrival of their gift of a truckload of presents -for the Navajos in Oraibi, Ariz. For the 17th year, the students have contributed a truekload of food, clothing, toys and school supplies. Larry Arnone, president of the Junior Exchange Club on campus, said this is the first year a film has been made. Â· The boys' service club sent a cameraman and eight members of the club to deliver the presents. They were accompanied by two teachers, Wally George, who shot the movies, and Thomas McCullock. Driving the truck was Alan Burwell, an executive of the Moorman Milling Co., who was making his 15th trip fo the mission. The company contributed the truck and transportation expenses. . * . . ' . , Wally George, incidentally, .is an English teacher who has had his original stories and articles published, and also had one of his scripts produced on the "Bonanza" TV series. - . Babetta Hayman of Palmdale has been appointed chairman of TAP (Teen Age Program) for the State March of Dimes,- for 1967. "Birth defects should be of special concern to us," she said, "since teen agers are- marrying in increasing numbers." The March of Dimes campaign will be held in January. * Two juniors from Mark Keppel High School in Alhambra won top place in the 17th annual Invitational Debate Tournament' of Southern California held at Riverside. The team of Mark Huebsch and Gary Benedetti won the competition over 75 teams from 42 Southern California high schools. Seniors Teri Burgess and T i m Gillespie, outstanding scholars and student leaders at Alhambra High, will represent their school in the 1967 Elks Youth Leadership contest. Teri, president of the league and a top tennis player, spent last summer in Sweden as an exchange student. Tim is commissioner general of the student body and president of CSF, feature editor of "The Moor" and was .lettered in both junior varsity and varsity football and is a star tackle on the football team. Ear Piercing An Attleboro, Mass., doctor has developed an air gun .which drives a sterile pin through the ear lobe -- mak- inj ear piercing fast, e a s y and safer for the' girls w h o want to join the" c u r r e n t pierced ears craze. ... Short of ft -Eflan Wright- GAINESBOROUGH -- Deliberately beautiful is girl'Who chooses long flowing pants and blouse frosted with lace ruffles for by-the-fireside evenings at home. UNDECIDED -- New on the Paris scene is the you-name- it length of this evening dress. . Ranging from mini-to- max length, i t ' s guaranteed to draw amused glances. Better to be a Man Than a Chicken DEAR MISS WRIGHT: I was called upon to identify a boy who. had 'shot a tod in my neighborhood. I hated lo do this because,! kn.ew and liked him but my parents said I must. A bunch of other kids were with me when I saw .the shootinfc'arid their parents didn't force them to testify. .-Â· I'm an outcast With them now because they are calling me "a squealer."",' ' , 'Â·-;:- . -. Â·/; : ,-, \ Â· UNHAPPY BOY LET'S'. TRY to ipake them see the .other side of the coin -- which is to-be "chicken." Tell them that if they had been, shot .they wftuld have wanted you to speak up as a Witness. /- ' Â·Â·.Â·Â·'' Â· Â· . . . ' . ' ' , ' - " Â· ' - Â·- " Â· ' . ' Â· . . Â· . ' - . . ' Â· You did right. You actid like an adult whereas your companions ar-ted Ilk* little babies and their folks, didn't_ help them to be men. Be proud of your parents and of your*elf and remember you can't behave like a mouse if you t t o b e a man. ' , " Â· - ' . ; ' Â· " . ' Â· Â· ' ' , ; Play the Fitild .DEAR MISS WRIGHT: My boyfriend and I are afraid wt.wt. becoming talked about because we don't believe in , datirif it bur Â»ge, which is H. Neither of us cÂ«n help this ' because our partnts consider us too young for this. But how cui'iwe meet this gossip? . ; ;- ' : Â·Â·Â·;Â·. ;. ,-.; ,* -,Â· :., . x - . - WORRIED ," fiY SAYING '-.jrour parents won't permit dating. That mÂ»y : folk* yoil stem like babies. But if your hecklers have Â· ptrmjsslan to dtte,' Ithelr parents either don't care enough to luldt their kids or. they are not aware of the hazards Â· tit Slewing younfcsters to take more steps than they can fttnflle with an interest In the opposite sex, : There IA another solution, which Is for you and the boy :Â· to show itttjntlon to other kids of the opposite sex. At your ' lie, you really should play the field, Ski Tips By BOB CARTMELL Ski boots require the greatest amount of thought and care of any single piece of ski equipment. The boots are the brain power nf skiing that transforms the body motion to ski motion. They must be properly fitted and cared [or at all times. Boots should always be stored in a cool place in a "boot tree", (a device to keep the soles straight and unbent) and never placed near a fire or heater. If they become wet from a day of skiing, place them on a table or near the ceiling for overnight drying after stuffing them with paper or rags. Do not put your boots outside overnight, they will freeze up and become very uncomfortable for the next day's skiing. Boots should always be polished and sealed around the stitching and soles. A good coat of wax after each trip is recommended but never use oils or softening agents. Once boots become soft and pliable, it's time to buy new ones for you can no longer get proper transformation of weight and motion to your ski tips. Snow Report SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HOLIDAY HILL -6 to 10" Custom snow, good skiing daily. REBEL RIDGE -24 to 30" Custom snow, 6 to 9' being made daily, good to excellent skiing. '. SKI VILLA --8 acres plastic i snow, open daily, always good ' skiing. SNOW SUMMIT -24" Cits-' torn snow on lower ropes, skiing Saturday night fi tn 10 P.M. good daily skiing. : All Other SC areas will be open for sightseeing on weekends until further snowfall. Call AT 7-9711 for 24 hour snow information. CENTRAL CALIFORNIA JUNE MT. --5 to 6' Packed powder, excellent skiing on all runs, open daily. 'MAMMOTH MT.-6' Packed powder, good. to excellent skiing on all runs. First section on new 6 passenger Bell Gondola now open. YOSEMITE -10 to 15" Hardpack, fair to good skiing, open daily. :Â· . NORTHERN CALIFORNIA ALPINE MEADOWS -47 to 81" Hardpack, good skiing daily. : 1 DODGE RIDGE -40 to 75" Hardpack, good skiing daily. HEAVENLY VALLEY -18 to 30" Hardpack, good skiing daily. Â· OTHER AREAS A ' S P E N --15". Excellent powder skiing daily. UTAH -Alia 62" Excellent daily. BRIGHTON BG" Excellent dailv. PARK CITY 40" Excellent daily. Â·SOLITUDE - 55' Excellent daily, Night skiing. BEAVER MT. --51" Excellent dally.: "' BRYAN HEAD - 2, 4'.' good daily. SNOW BASIN -35" Excellent skiing dally. SUN VALLEY -31 to 40" "Fresh powder, excellent skiing daily. Food Word Game Hot, but not from the oven T-I T7 Good Grooming -i-p/ 7 Â· Â· Jbor run HintsHeb wackiest Wacky Wordies is the newest word game to puzzle the brain, according to Insider's To avoid a "ring" on fabric after using cleaning fluid, spread a layer of while talcum powder on the whole area that has been moistened. Allow to dry fully before brushing off. . . . is this easy spread that defies DOVS otcly l\Cat the eater; to know what's in it. --unless he made it or somebody told. For want of a better name, it's called Hot Surprise. Whirl in the blender or mash with a fork two cans of green chilis and two cans of anchovies. That's all, but be sure tn serve it on rye bread, not crackers. We swear you will not taste the anchovies. If you wish to calm it down a little, you can add some sour cream to taste. A piece of old terry towel does a good job of cleaning a -felt hat. Rub gently with the nap . . . Leather bells can be cleaned nicely by rubbing with eg-j whites beaten to stiffness. . . . Dress p o p c o r n with parmesan cheese for a snack or (or a party. You need a quart, of popped corn, '/i cup of grated cheese and a half-stick of butler or margarine. Toss together, with salt to t a s t e . A short spiral nf adhesive tape around a tie bar or the pants bar of a hanger will make them skidproof, and ties and trousers will not slip off . Newsletter. Like "every right thing" really means "right in the middle of everything." Gel. it? "Night Christmas" turns out to be "night before Christinas," which it is. See? Sn "ranger" means "lone ranger" because the word is all by itself, and "mrow the" means the "worm turns." So what does (1) "sgeg, gegs, sgge" do for you? and (2) "dki"? and (3) "M.A., Ph.D., and B.A. underneath See below and then stone." an "o"? or (4) stone, stone, try to dream up some of your own. Â·paujnjun auojs ou Sui -ACS] (p) IOJBZ Mopq sasaSap aaat|j (E) : PH dn paxiiu (5) :s3Sa paiquiEJOS (i) Pipers Select Pasadenan n Karen Warren always wanted to be a singer but she didn't agree with her music teacher who said her high soprar* vnicn should be used only for opera. "I just didn't dig opera explained Karen, an IS-yeai old Pasadena girl. What she does dig is the kind of music she's singing now with the 20-member Doodletown Pipers, a ycung group of soloists working together as a contemporary choral unit They will appear here Wednesday night at..the Coronation of the Rose Queen. Since their debt a year ago .on the Red Skclton TV show The Doodletown .Pipers have sung on TV with Danny Tho mas and Roger Miller and in color specials lor NBC-TV and ABC-TV. They've appeared with Nancy Wilson, at the Greek Theatre and the Sahara Tahoe Hotel, with G e o r g e Burns at the Nugget Casino in Sparks, Nov.. and are finishing a six-week engagmcnt with Eddie Fisher at. the Riviera Hotel in Las Vegas. "I've wanted to be an entertainer ever since I was a little girl." said Karen, "and singing with The Doodletown Pipers is giving me a shot at. show, business that. I wouldn't, have gotten on my own so soon." Â·'Â· Â·'Â· Karen, who graduated frnm John Muir High Scbjol last. June, took up singing seriously four years ago when her mother, Bettie Warren, g o I. her an audition with Pasadena voice teacher, Primo Puccinelli. Site studied for throe years and when she went lo Muir High School, sho sang in the seb.xil choir and in the Madrigal group. "I also sang on my own (or local groups, at places like the Alladena Conn- try Club," Karen said. "My (irsl job was for a wedding and I made $30 which I spent on clothes." Â· Â· When Karen was at Muir, her choral Icacher, Marguerite Hoiignsian, told her alwul. Â·..a professional singing group, The Young Americans, which was looking (or sinners. She tried out and was accepted. The Dnndlelowi! Pipers are an outgrowth ol the Young Americans. CtASSIC -- Yet contemporary. Window-pane,check-shirt has epaulets and buttoned pockets, following the boys lo the limit. Mini skirt is of wia'e wale, corduroy. Listen Hear By RICHARD DREW If it .weren't for the king .of the south-of-the-border sound, Brazil's foremost jazz pianist could never have attained the honor of having a number one single record and the number fourteen selling album .in the U.S.A. today. The king of course is Herb Alpert, and his discovery Is * short, bearded, 25 Â· year - old . . looking as well as listening; you have to. communicate. I keep my sound as simple as possible --'more unison than KAREN WARREN and some of her fellow Doodletown Pipers musician named Sergio Mendes. Sergio Mendes, abng with his three - man, two - woman company play a delicately- mixed blend of pianistic jazz, Lennon - McCartney, a n d some Henry Mancini in a danceable up - beat style that, according to Mendes, owes it's success to the ". . .American people that like that happy feeling." At (lie end of 1964, Sergio Mendes left Brazil with an American attorney for New York. There he formed a group called Brasil '65, cut a fairly unsuccessful album, and was about to go back home when he was introduced to Herb Alpert. Mendes was signed by Al- pcrl to an AM record contract, and went along with him on three TJB tours where they played to enormous arenas. This exposure was a real shot in the arm for Brasil 6(i It's an international group in every way now. In two years I've learned a lot about showmanship. Audiences are Good Students Good Drivers Good .students are usually the responsible but often unappreciated members of their group an insurance company has found. Young male drivers in California who make good grades have proven to he very responsible behind the wheel of an automobile, and the company has announced it will reward these students with a 25 per cent automobile insurance discount. 'Under the plan students in high school and college who: Maintain a "B" average (3.0 on a 4.0 scale), nr are in the top 20 per cent nf their class; nr are on the clean's list or honor role are eligible. The discount will he effective for one year from time of qualification after which the student must requalify. harmony singing," says Sergio Mendes. LP SPOTLIGHTS Time After Time--Chris Montci This Herb Alpert discovery has proven very successful in updating old standards. Chris Montcz is sure to have another winner of a recording with this collection titled by his current pop single. Also included are fresh arrangements of "Just Friends," "I Wish I Were You," and "Elena." IF I WERE A CARPENTER Bobby Darin A far cry from his original style of a few years back, this new sound from Bobby Darin has been well accepted. His smash single of a few months back, "If I Were a Carpenter," and his latest effort "The Girl That Stood Beside Me" are combined with a new version of the Levin' Spoonfull's "Daydream" and Â· Tim Hardin's "Don't Make Me Promises." IN MY LIFE - Judy Collins This is a showcase album (nr Judy Collins. Although she started in the folk "bag," Miss Collins shows her versatile style that will appeal to both |:-;p and folk (ans. Her stirring rendition from the "Marat - Sadc" and her new single "Hard Lovin' Loser" are highlights of this album. TOP 10 IN MALAYSIA No Milk Today Herman's Hermits Visions Cliff Richard Slop. Stop, Slop ..--Hollies My Lonely Heart Thunderhirds Lonely Street The Boys Blue Eyes Blue Comets E'.:mewherc My Love... Ray Cnnniff The More I See You Nancy Sinatra Sunny Georgic Fame A Fool Am I ....Cilia Black "T love singing with the group," said Karen, who has hardly returned to her home at 709 So. Catalina Avenue since that time. Home for Karen means her mother and father, Fi'cri Warren, a plaslcring contractor, (our younger biolhers, a dog, Iwn cats and three (ish. The most exciting moment so far was when she sang a solo In "Slaughter on 10th Avenue," a production number in "Rogers and Hart Today," an ABC-TV stage 'G7 spectacular which has neon taped (or telecasting next, spring. The next few months will ho very busy f-.;r Karen. Following their appearance with Eddie Vlsher at Hie Riviera Hotel, (he group flics tn New York to tape "Christmas nl Radio City Music Hall" which will be scon on NBC-TV at Christmas - lime in 1967. In January, they record their second LP (or Epic Records (the first "Here Cnmc T h o Doodlcl-iwn Pipers," is a big success), and In February they'll return to New York to tape Iwn appearances on the F.d Sullivan Show, one to be seen February 5 anrl the other at a later dale. Then they return (or night club dales with Rngcr Miller, beginning with San Carlos near San Francisco. "I'm sure opera is fine," adds Karen, "but the kind of music 1 like Is on our first single out Ibis month. It's called Â·The Sound of Children' and II 1 weren't In the group, I'd buy it." Who has been your favorite, singing Rroup nf 19CG? You air invited to cast yniir ballot In an Independent Star-News pnll. Clip the coupon, paste it on n postcard, and mail it lo Richard Drew, Independent Star-News, 525 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena 91109. Your reply must br received by Tuesday noon In be counted. Name , Address My favorite group Remarks, il you wish to make some.
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