Eagle Rock Sentinel from Los Angeles, California on March 21, 1963 · 10
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Eagle Rock Sentinel from Los Angeles, California · 10

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HARNESS RACING SANTA ANITA NOW THRU APRIL ; Tint of 9 kacoa Tull, thro Set, taop.M. DAILY DOUBLS Fr. Halloran on TV Lenten program Fkthor Terrance Halloran will umti the gospel stay of passion and death: of Christ on La Horn Catolica March 31. 530 pm over KMEX-TV (341 This Lenten program will feature over 100 Illustrations done by famous artists who have interpreted the moving story of Christ's passion. GaH SY. I-S779 S-WBK TSUI COURSE AND Mi or accordion, omt $. DEL JONES ACCORDION STUDIO 966 MISSION 10, SidlsHa 11, SeaHaal 10, IM fl, IMS 10, S. Star 10 MONEY MATTER Tax collector Bob Sweeney makes q call on Fired MacMurray and Nancy Olson In Walt Disney's "Son of Flubbar. MacMtirrayand Miss Olson star with Keenan Wynn and Tommy Kirk. Now playing at the Eaglo' Theater. 'Stars, Shooting Stars' shown at Griffith Park 'ttmptuoUA G&btMtfad Luncheon end Dinner American food also FOOD TO GO Neufti 11 30 ejn. to 10 pm. defy Sundays, 1230 to 10 pm Monterey Road at Avenue 00 O. d-0 676 . Pcwii The darkness of the evening sky Is suddenly broken by an unexpected shower of lights from speeding meteors diving the current spectacular, entitled "Stars and Shooting Stars,' at Griffith Park Observatory's planetarium theatre, according to the Los Angeles City Recre- S-l-Z-Z-L-E-R 7 5230 N. Rgutraci Cl 541 19 The IM ead Oi dr Odaloal Bale a a. e..L yLM J mj, m ww jwmewyniMM fMn BROILED TOP SIRLOIN STEAK AOI POTATO er IWB KOU AND OUmi (Chlfe pwHea 1 $51 19 OifODDipl L STEAK SANDWICH French Fries 69 HAMBURGER K Pound 39 Ng AImImRc Opsa II aa le t pea 7 Dm e Week FAST URVKS O NO TWUNO PUASI , The professor b on the loose again . . . and fun explodes all ever the . place. Fred MacMurray b shown In a scone from 'Walt Disney's "Son of Flubber" now ploy big at the Highland Theater. ramarr mumm wiener so mow ami o mmicr ooun; uwswu w. v TJhusual Offer , a for Limited Time Only Kentucky Ernest BOURBON - 7yearsold $10.95 THE HALF-GALLON SAVES3.00 . . Regular price 313.95 Buy the 6 bottle case and save an additional 3109 per bottle! A rare short-term opportunity for those who appreciate the finest Bourbon over mado In Kentucky-to avail thsmsslves of a supply at an extremely reasonable price. oocnAitra -7Umft...M-lnt... MrtartMMAMi atkn and Parks Department Tbs disintegration of meteors will be discussed diving the show and viewers will see the actual affects of atmospheric conditions on meteorites speeding toward the planet Earth, said Dr. .Clarence H. Cleinta-haw. Observatory director. METEORITES AND COMETS The celestial show deals with tha differences and relationships between meteors, meteor-i lies and comets. : Viewers will see .a meteorite collide with the earth during the scientific show. "Stan and Shooting Stars" is presented daily except Mondays at 3 and 830 pm Extra matinees are scheduled an Sat unlays, Sundays - and major holidays at 1:30 and 430 pm. Fees of 75 cents for adults and 30 cents for those under 38 In effect for' aQ shows. Ths public is Invited to .use tha Observatory's twin refracting telescope from 7 to 10 pa on dear evenings. . Jane Powell to star in Producers Sammy Lewia and Denny Dan have signed Jsne Powell to star in .The Un-sinkable Molly Brown," . Broadway hit opening July.-30L at Metodytantfs 20-week summer stock season, which kicks off July 2 . ' The talented Mbs Powril has had a fantastic career In the entertainment world. Under contract to. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer at fha age of. 12,, she was a genuine .singing movie star by tha. time aha was 14. Jane literally grew up at MGM, horn child to adult roles, her career guided by Studio executives. She even attended echod at the studio, as did other promising youngsters who were under contract At aga 25, Jana, tired of play big "the girl next door," gave up a mllllon-dollar movie career to strike out on her own. Her path wasnt easy.. She possessed a . terrific mine at the box office, but practically no experience before live audi-ees. But she made tha grade, establishing herself as a "standing room only", performer on the nightclub and concert tour circuits, the latter including famed Hollywood Bowl, which she headlines annually, and on television, where she It i sought after .."guest star" on numerous network shows. - Art treasures of France seen Special evening hours and lectures have been arranged for the Loe Angeles County Museum during the current "Treasures of Versailles", exhibition, which continues through April 28. According to Dr. Richard F. Brown,. Director of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, museum-goers will be able to see this showing of France's fabulous art treasures from 10:00 la to 1030 pm on Tuesdays and Fridays. Closed on Mondays, the Mu-aeum ie open from 10:00 am to 530 pm tha remainder of tha week.' Admission fee for the exhibition M 50 cents for adults and 35 cents for children.' TOM RAMAT WTAUSANt Brotherion's Farm House OMron's Dkioois 95f AS IM ShaWi foe 2239 L COLORADO SY. 43051 IIMMkliHpJL NEW ."TARZAN" ... Jock Mahoney, muscular ox-stunt man, portrays the screen's newest Tarzan in Metre Goldwyn Mayer's "Tarzan Goes to India," filmed in CnemaScopo and Metro-color entirely on locations In India. Hero the intrepid King of the Jungle prepares to. defend himself against the attack of a wild leopard, on. of the many thrill scenes In the exciting picture now playing at the Highland Theater. wi never aosif MILLIE'S DONUT A CHICKEN HAVEN ISIS COLORADO MVD. 'lenten menlT 65 IDDDDO ww ovn ss vaiiitixs or donuts HOT PAST1AMI SANDWICH ,,.,.i M Is 1 CoS to CL 7-2454 THE FAIRWAY HOUSE RESTAURANT . AT THE ARROYO-SECO GOIF COURSE IN SOUTH PASADENA I ; Proudly Presents Our New - Fabulous SMORGASBORD All YOU WISH TO IAT BRING THE CHILDREN. LUNCH: EVERY Wednesday 12 Neon -2 pm $1.35 . DINNER: Every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday ' 1 6 pm -9 pm $1.65 Oiildran Under 12 $135 1055 LOHMAN LANE BREAKFAST SERVED ALL DAY EVERY DAY CL 5-5663 Arnold Stallbohm will lecture at LA Pacific; 'FASSION AND BETRAYAL ore the subjects of the Hal Wallis ' Technicolor drama, "A ' Girl Named Tamiko" showing through March 26 at. tha Crown Theatre. Laurence Harvey and Franco Nu'yen are the featured players. Color co-hifi Jamas Stewart . In "Strategic Air Command." Al Jenkins stars at Pasadena in Rain' cast Allen Jenkins as Trader Horn co-stars with Vera Miles and Keith Larsen In tha Pasadena Playhouse Mains tmge production of "Rita." Baaed on W. Somerset Maugham's classic "Miss Sadie Thompson," ths current production will run nightly except Monday, 8:3(L through April 7. Jenkins first appearance in "Rein" was as one of the Marines in tha national read company of the original production In 1923. A veteran of hundreds of TV and motion pie turs roles, ha has delighted West Coast theatre audiences by appearances in "Remains to ba Seal, "Front Page" and the Loe Angeles Civic Light Opera production of "Kiss Me Kite. Trained jrt tha American Academy -4f Dramatic Arte, Jenklna has become popular as ths -part leprechaun, part bed guy who always set ms to bo in trouble on both aides of the law. Arnold Stallbohm, recently of Venezuela and now lecturer at Los Angelea Pacific College; will present, an .illustrated travel talk on Caracas, capital of Venezuela .this Friday, March 32 at 7 pm, according to Harry O. Harper, director of La tin-American Studies at tha college. The program will be given In Demaray Hall, corner of Ave. 59 and Ebey and la open to ths public. Thera is no admission charge. Because rtf the past experience of the Stallbohms, ap international viewpoint will pervade the focus on Veneiuela Friday night Dining World War XL Stallbohm was in the University of Paris. When War approached the outakirta of Paris, ho Joined a unit of the Foreign Legion and after a short term of training was thrown, with Ms regiment into active duty at the front lines. Amidst the bombing, his regiment dissolved and Iran then until his discharge neer Vichy he Joined numerous units retreating southward. His brother had aheady gone to South America and in 1941 Stallbohm and his mother Joined the brother. Mrs. Stallbohm arrived in South America aa a refugee from Stalzburg. Austria, in 1944. They met some years later and were married. . The StaUbohma have suffered through several of the Ven- ecuelan student riots and are wMingiy glad to he free of tha strain thm caused. Particularly because Mrs. Stallbohm is blonde, w ere they caught in tha "Yanqui go home" campaigns. V ' .-Having received language degrees from Oberrealach Hal-, stentor. Hamburg University, and Paris University, Stallbohm had taught In Europe be-fen the . War. Ho haa also taught in Caracas for 20 years. In addition to his teaching career, he has been Music-Critic for the EL MUNDO in Caracas; a teacher of French and gnyiirii on radio and television; author .of - Language Methods, far both English and French; and translator for the Teachers Convention In Cara- Both Mr. and Mrs. Stallbohm an musicians and will Intersperse the evenings program with special vocal and piano selections. DEFICIT SPENDING : Simple arithmetic proves that you can't spend more then you mike and get sway with it BEAL ASSET Fashions change continually, but the fellow with a sunny disposition is never out of style. MORINS KRMITTB I NOW THRU TUESDAY WITHOUT SMAMI OS OUUT1 Romanoff 8 Juliet opoi at Mission Playhouse "Romanoff and Juliet" by Peter Ustinov will be presented March 14. 15, 16 at 830 pm with a matinee on the 16th at 230 pm at tha Mission Play House, by the San Gabriel Valley Civic Players Association. Directed by Alan Read, Jr, cf Hollywood, the Civic Flayers have recruited Bob Colonna, son of the famous entertainer, Jerry Colonna, to play the leading role of "The General" la this famous political satire. Jerry Chase, the son of Mary Chase, author of "Harvey, "Bemadihe" and ether. -hit plays, ie also in the east-. Pri-etiia Boyd plays Juliet and Grey Tyiar plays Romanoff. Tickets for each play are on ale at the box office of the Mission Play House, 830 South Mission Drive, San Gabriel. Cafi CU. 3-3187 or AT. 4-3277 a week prior to the opening. Prices ftorn 3150 to 32 for aQ performances. v la Hal WaNV Girl Namtd Tamiko iUIS IMAM CO-HIT towM June Altyna STRATEGIC ' AIR COMMAND VMiVUmumfidMliilif EAGLE THEATER 4114 EAGLE ROCK BlVD. CL 6-0119 ' NOW FLAYING Wall Dlsnty't SON OF FLUBBER" had MwMwiar 4 Naaty Ofaea THE BASHFUL ELEPHANT" p frsai 1 7JS. 10 AJL , . i --.WmUih 7 EXCLUSIVE WESTSIDE STORY Starts Wed, March 27 EVERY MONDAY FAMILY NIGHT SSS,-: NEVER Poop-Fat Mod ... 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