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Come to where the flavor is. Come to Marlboro Countrx ® W'amingi The Surgeon General Has Determined That Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your Health. ~. Kar~ura Marlboro Red ur Longhorn 1RR's- you get a lot to like.
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`~0OCTbRS DOCTORS GOTO: A LIFESAWNG LlST 31 U/AIISTO KEEP 7M K®S BUSY MAtJGUST THE ULTIMATE DIRECTORYTO NEAFOYCJIMPGROUNDS AUGUSF1976 • ONE DOLLAR JANNUAL I RESTAURANT GUID EI p-: momam gFI0Wi06EiTl®H iHE mmOICTIOm commusawSURYEY OF WMNRS ~.
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BUSINESS REPLY MAIL POSTAGE WILL BE PAID BY sge siem0 nece F7rstClass Permit No-58233 Los Angeles, California r mailed in the urcu MAGAZINE 1888 CENTURY PARK EAST LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90067 ~r.1t6 ?T11TAl~mse+=nt
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THE LOOK IS PRINT ON PRINT m N1AYG0 Contrast. Print on print. Batiks on fou!ards. We've used print on print forpowon pow, Print on print, The most fantastic way to And all units have tuxedo siyling, loose- furnish your entire living room with just one pillow back and solid seat constructlonn ourchase. Print on print. Bold and drama'ic. Arrange units to suit your taste and space. The smartest modular sofa anywhere. As shown, $1069. home furnishings 141
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Smokers are nice people! We knovc. We're~'all former . Onceyouunderstandyou'vebeen smokers artd now we've helped "hooked" you can quit wasting thousands to.~.quito smoking time on quack ideas and start 691THOLR' CLIMBING WALLS! . solving your problem. . We also knowthat,:willpower.. That is:why. Schick invested : isn't die an=_~cex if you are among 6 million dollars and developed the rnajnrity of sn.okers who are hospital-testedtechniquesto deal truly addtetad to nicotine, with addictive behavior ..for I[ow ridiculous it would seem smoldng ... for alcohol ... for to suggest chat an unfortunate the overweight. . . heroin addict cou!d 'n-eak hi~ "hab3" by attendny a ~aries of group lecture~ v:hich to[d hini a6out the eoi's o: d~e lrug hero'rn. How useles=such tips I , 'urap a riihher hand arnund yoi.n htpodermic nyRinge or`n, it?h _~ a lowerpotency he4oin` Yet sorne misguided people think you can break the ac.diction to the drug nicotina by sur_h predir_tably diczppoin[ing methods- .At Schick we don't teach wfll-. puwer .:'.` we help you eliminate the need for willpower by remov-: . ingtheaddictive.craving. .. . Call us for a no-pressure, no- ,oligation interview. There is no. : harge for the interview. And ye s. ;~,e ~uvite yoato bricigyour cigar- 2ttes. In fact we insist on-it.,Itis part of the program. You can call us anytime but why not do it ilctv. Guaranteedinwritingbyt6eSCHICHCENTERFORTHECONTROLOFSMOKING. IN LOS ANGELES CALL 520-8000 .
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THE $300 TRADE-IN Bring us your old rollerskate, bicycle, toy truck or whatever (paid for or not) .. . if it rolls, it's worth Three Hundred Dollars in trade or any new automobile you purchase at Inglewood Toyota anytime before October 31st, 1976. By the way, our service is as good as our incredible prices. Inglewood Toyota is the 1976 winner of the "Toyota Customer Relations Meritorious Award.' if it ro/ls...it's worth three hundred Bucks at INGLEW00D TOYOTA 700 SOUTH LA BREA AVE., BETWEEN MANCHESTER & CENTURY PHONE 673-2280
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~o~zliY~rtfa~ Visit your nearest dealer for a test drive... SANTA MONICA LYNCH LINCOLN-M ERCURY 990aa89 woVlLnlI.1.0 MOS1eBE,.lO ,.I`COLS-MERn'xY Pnmunn Prem.,ic ie ¢cliNd aB5-1MNI11 LONGBF.rtCH MURPHYLINCOL6.MERCURY 99G-926, LOS d]CF1I./!i4 ' O'CONNIIRLINCOLN-ME.RCIIRY 29J-m111 .1: WOODLANDIIII.LS ~- _ PARRWOOD LINCOLN-MERCURY 819-P65D PEYTON LINCOLN-MERCIIRY, INC. sanaaoc HotvscY SACHSANDSONs 80,,11]2t ' CLENDALY. STARLINCOLN-MERCURYSALES.INC. sm Ennm Brana Bwm,.:,ra Ln5-4M:. ~' MONROVIA TRI W'1'Y LINCtrL\-0IP:RIaiNY 868-BtsS VAN NUYS VAN NUYS MOTORS, INC. 6201 van Vi.ys nmilavnrd , setasou BL\ F RLY IIILLS Bm¢RLY uH I s 1 wcOLV-MExCUm 9155Olyinvl B i"uJ - Al l 274 HOLLYWOOII '. BRICKER LINCOLN-MERCURY 60o6UOll_vwondPOntavard as.-:u:n SAN GeV/Nn]. BRUCE CRARY LINCOLN-MERCURY ' 222Wea1LaaTUwsDrlve ,. zss vv rlm.EwooD ~BOBESTESLINCOLN-MERCURY 8 3.8 ?rPASAMNA `i.FOOTHILL MOTORS LINCOLN-MERCURY Y ]at9 F.asl Smnn Slmni 1e,.7,4t THE ISSUE AT HAND Amidst all the ideas in this issue relating to good food and adventurous, risk-taking vacations, it may strike some readers as appropriate that we should also provide a rundown of reliable doctors. ActualLy, "The Best Doctnrs' article (page 70) began gestating here a couple of years ago, ]ast ahout the same time we published a story on Los Angeles' "superlawyers." That piece generated one of the largest responses in the magazine's history-a good deal of it from angry lawyers. The lawyers story had been authored by Kathleen Neumeyeq so nalurally we turned to her to help us out on the superdoctors roundup, which was proving e much tougher project. As Mrs. Neumeyer relates in her introduction, doctors are much more tighC lipped than lawyers in evaluating their colleagues. She came through like a pro, though, in many cases persuading reticent physicians to cite the specialists they'd scleet to treat members of their own families. In this way, the names emerged of the mcdical men most highly esteemed by their peers .. . names that were repeated again and again. In addition to serving as an assistant professor of journalism at Cal State Northridge, Kathy Neumeyer covered the trials of Sirhan Sirhan, Charles Manson and Daniel Ellsberg for UPI and was a consultant on a Ford Foundation studv of political ne vs coverage during the 1974 Brawn-Floumoy race. Between her foray ris a Los Anyeles contributing editor, she devotes herself to raising two small children. John Peer Nugenp who reports powerfully on the Don Bolles killing in Phoenix and its "white collar cdme" implications (page 76), is currently at work on a novel with a similar background. Formerly a correspondent specializing in politics and crime for,Nesavweek, he was sent to Africa in 1961 to open that magazine's first bureau there. Besidec writing for Adanlic Monthly, Flayhoy and Ebony, Nugent is now a msmh-soughtafter lecturer on a variety of topics, makes documentary films and has published several works of nonfiction. His most recent book was his 1975 collaboration, In Nfy Own Words, the personal memoir of mobster Mickey Cohcn, which was excerpted in these pages last fall. m..ervurtss I
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The girl with the nervous giggle and the freckles and the funny squint and she always went around blind as a bat missing busses and walls and things because everybody said she looked like Eleanor Roosevelt in glasses -remember? Well, not any more because guess what happened. Superstars: Superior Optical's new mtilti-toned ?talians that look tremendous with a nonogram in the star on each stem and come in three styles and prescription or plain sunglass lenses. Alice brought her prescription into one of the 33 Superior Optical stores. And? Now she can see what see missed. Superst*rs by SuperiorOptical Company
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UNCOMMON LUXURY IS OUR STANDARD. XJ12L $328.88 per mo. XJ6L (not shown) XJS $340.75 per mo. 36 months O.E.L. plus tax. $284.10 per mo. 36 months O.E.L. plus tax. Capitalized cost, $16,550.00. 36 months O.E.L. plus la.. Capitalized cost, $19,50U.00. Cash requirement, $949.88. Capitalized cost, $14,550.00. Cash requirement, 91,032.15. Cash requirement, $826.10. For the discriminating purchaser. As standard equipment -choice of any body color, fine English hand crafted leather, stereo tape deck system, steel radial white wall tires, and climate controlled air conditioning. Full maintenance service available. hollywood SPORT CARS s1ss HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD NOLLVwooo. CAUrownuA a. . lel ' 9134 WILSHIRE BOULEVARO BEVERLY HILLS. CAL/FORNIA ~. ~.. (213) :bI new Ort IA1P01tTS PC EACH. CALIFORNIA ~ 1- ~41 1 P
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A Point About Death and Taxes Uncle Sam will want this part Coryotn-estate ta.xes. Your estate could have a problem using what is left. We Can Help You Keep Your Estate Together You may not realize that all the assets in your estate could shrink as much as 3o%-to 70% due to estxte taxes. We do know this, and are ready to help you reduce this shrinkage significantly. Protecting yonr estate against death and tzxes is a necessary step of your life. And the time to take this step is right now. Our estate speeialists, working closely with your other prolessional advisors, will develop n individual approach to keep yom' assets to- getherin your settled estate by providing the cash liquidity necessary to meet estate taves. Preservation of an estate is one of wan's most important living responsibilitics. Wc know yoa will want to preserve yours. Please call or write ns now for a persnnal appointment. BARRY KA-IT ASSOCIATES Y1W P'llshtre Bomle.arv+, L~ tlills, Coliforata 802t-Z •(21:3) 278-8361 Specialists in Estate Analysis, Pension and Profit-Sharing Plans Insured Charitable Endowo niki.- R riJi i.zs LiCe, Health and Group Insurance.
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Uwtf d lx,ttle. It's worth the price to have at least one thing in your life thatrs absolutely perfect. Tanqueray Gin, a singular experience. AROlilND TOWN THIS MONTFI Kismet," Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. Music Can1eL 912-T211. Through Au9. 21: John Beordon. Rhonda Fleming and Victoria Mal- lory lo tbe musical Comedy/romance setln ient Baghdad:the sc nclYEes such lamiliar hummables a"Stranger in Para- dise' and "CauEes. Elangles anL BeaES." Mon5a1. at 8-30, We[, aM 3ett malss at 2qe- oarX Suo_ Tlckets'. Mon:TM1Un- eves. 53]5 to $11. Frli ena Sel. .... . $4.25 to " ed_mata $2>5tC 9-TS Sal mats. 10 $925. Btu[enl rush tlckefs (s25o) .ble o e hour belore performance_ •aclnc Oyetlar¢s;' Dorothy Chandler Patll- n, Music Center, 9)2-0211. Aug. 31-0et. 18: Hareltl Prince and Stephen Sontlheim's ost ambitious mucal yel: (he story ot hew he Westenn cunlrlss In le h 19Ih enlury 'opened up"ofeudal Japan: slagetl Kabuk4slyle, wlih taking w parls.Thetonelawry~xnd the m o~Gavee ana rnylnm; Is lush anE g, bm il [as lo graw on you, so soNt ¢rpeot "TOe Mlkebo)' Mcn.Sxt, at 8:3o exc.dark Man., Seal.e. WeE.anb $xtl me15, at 2'.30. Dark $CO, e a Sepl. 5 and 12 31Z TICk¢19: Men.ThcrS and $Yn. ¢VCS. $3.15 tp $11. Fri. a c' Sar. e s. $425 to 912.T5. Waa. mals. $2.75 1. $T]5. Sat. mats. Y3.25 to $9.25. Student tlckets ($PSC) ona Cour before performxnce. "The Wt;' Ahmanson Thealsr. Music Center, 9T24211. Through Sept. Il: The ne all- black mscal version of "Wlzartl of OY'- wlnnerolseven Tony awardsinclutling Besl Musicel(16I5). Mcn:Sal .a12-5C.Tburs.enu 9att mals. at 298. Durk Sun. Tichels'. Men. Thurc. eves. $3 ]5 le 511. sna BaL eaes. $4.25 to $12]5. Thuz mat $25 to 3¢]5- Set. mat. $3.25 to $92`a 9WCen1 rush tlck- els ($2.50) o e Feur belore performance. "Tbe Robber Bridegroom," Mark Taper Furum, Music Center, 9)R]211. Through Aug. 29'. A tanolful, bewtly m Ical lelry tale in the Story Theater IradIlloM1 set in legendary Mississippi with an Amerlcanarlmllive mood anC a unlry-rock sc The atars a Barry BostwlokR who or e. lginaled 1he lead male role In "Grease " a'id Rhonda Coullel, who playea the I ale role in the L.A. proCuclbn el - Tue:8e1. e sunr at TI30. Sat ane Sen. m s. a Dark Ma,. iicFa'Toa-mura. and sun eres.SE- N-'.- F-1-.- l]tC$9.SSl. Slucent rush 1- Ie a hall- hour before psrfeLVanCe. aeumr citizen This Cadenza Ain't Big Enough for Both of Us The Mother Lode Troupe presents "D1vas Mthe GolEen Wesl" atUC1.A's $choenberg Hall, Aug. 8 at 3. Thls unlque enteM1fllnse~l-a battle or bel osnto braaura tluets iylwOrrvaldlvas -ie baeed on the entcrt3fnmentlbattook pleoe mOrothan Ipo years s gsmling halL Ihe Bella Unfon. COloralura n ThmsF')Is potlrayed by soprane Gorinne Swall( BLCaecl9n11("The Amarlevn her erchrlval, Catherine Hayes ("The Swfln cl Enn') is eerlrayed by m aepmne Donna Pelersen. Tne productlon alse /eaWres 11'e rales of the m c tluedor ana Oalllc-nla's flrst entotleinen Stephen Masset, eoa I n trom Swall's ez- lenslve collectlon of musical Calllornlana $5 and $6, B25@959 or4A415T8- PRONDUMCE IT'UNK[R-0AY' DiSNLLED A noIILtp 'N LONDON.IN% NEOT9ALSPIRITS 946 PRWF IMPD0.rCO BYSOMERSLIIMPOFTEL9LTG.Ny
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More people are leasing Mercedes-Benz automobiles than ever before. What do they know that you should know? ~ y..1'. It's a financial fact. Based on the average official used car prices over the past five years, Mercedes-Benz holds its value better than any make of luxury car sold in America. That means less expense for us and lower leasing costs for you.. But there's more to leasing a Mercedes-Benz than just money. More and more people are discovering what we've known all along. You don't drive the lease, you drive the car. And when it comes to driving, wouldn't you rather drive the car that is engineered like no other car in the world? Come in and talk to our leasing expert. Find out why Mercedes-Benz leasing is more ~J popular than ever . See the Mercedes-Benz at COLONIAL IMPORTS 3450 Northverdugo Road Glendale, California 91208 248-4414
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We're an old-line company (we've been around 50 years), and have always been rather conservative about promoting ourselves. Too conservative. Which is why we've decided to speak up. From now on, we're going to tell everyone the kind of store we are. We carry some of the finest and most tasteful furniture made in the world. But what's even more important is that we sell this fine furniture at prices that nobody can beat. We'll even guarantee it. And you can pay for our furniture with vour BankAmericard, Master Charge of Beal's Revolving Charge. On top of that we give you everything pou would expect from a fine old furniture store. Free decorator service. Free, fast delivery. And, we simply won't be satisfied unless you are satisfied. If you haven't yet discovered Beal's, come in soon and take a look at one of our stores. We think you'll agree that they're worth talking about. Beal's Fine Furnitwre WF5TL.A. LAKEWOODCENTER NO[tTHRIDGF FULLERT09 NEWPORTBEACH WESTCOVINA ID201 ]aionzl 01vd ttorth 61v11 liesetla a1 Devonshire prange[horpe at Harbor 17th and irvine Eastland Center
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St I H H~ BAKEP, P.es dg,¢arellon PublleMr 6 6 CELLE MJNTCNE EGi1cF GE6FF bNLLER Frt Ulrecror LniIAC sins eemr Nis rE2ilo- ci/rwC aaunER sen,erEd,mr/EeYUrae A INO LEVIrr .me eenar FHANKBLLEV EtlNiIE BEIFN p iEaerueln9 Gintlnr P.cGUnbnManwa. IKDiCus Aeeucltlc ArI aInHCr/AGnqtlng ANL.GFGSSMFN Grep_MC 4ve1.T liEN Meniger ONO a FEMY 6°iSINnB o6nsMAN°.n.g.r C,rc allon Man COLJFES BOWEN r ClrculagonAalalanla E A qiBBMAN KATF£HINEiOMLIN9oN `I..miELOa. .naser Aanrnamg Saiee Mnaea VOLUMF 21, NUM3EF 8 AUGUSTi976 70 How to Get the Best Doctor in the House Physielans List Their Favorite Bpecialists. _ By Kathleen Neumeyer 76 The Phoenix Snuff: A New Twist to White-Collar Crime? That Well-Groomed Clvlc Leader Mey Be a Hit Man_.By John Peer Nugent 80 The Wackiest Tennis Club in the World ' On the CourtwitC Chapl-n, Groucho and Bobby Riogs. _ By Arthur Marx 84 31 W ays to Keep the Kids Busy in August A Su rvlval Mar oal fo r Parents _-By Rosal Ind Levitt 89 Taking a Stand on the Diamond Lane How Our Elected Offlcials Feel About It-and What7hey're Doing 93 1976-77 Annual Restaurant Guide Getting the Best Table, end Other Dining Counsels 102 500 Noteworthy Restaurants, In and Around Los Angeles Listed'oy Mocd, Price, Specia'.ty and Location 157 Adventurous Vacations for the Stout of Heart From Fording the Amazon to Searching for Big,rooL. By W elt C'~.eplik 163 The Ultimate Handbook of Southern California Campgrounds Where to Look, andWhat You'I I Find There.-. By Flavia Potenza YGrnM"~~ r~ ~~ 4 AROUNDTOWNTHIS MONTH 35 CALENDAR FOR AUGUST 40 WHAT'SUP Trends&InsideTalk _ 44 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 47 PEOPLESCAPE NamesUr.dertheSun 5O BUSINESS HowTheAkronWasSaved...ByRichardJ.Pietschmann _ 58 SELECTIVE SHOPPER AFop-TcpBeerBaedeker.,.ByEszterHaraszty 64 —SPORTING LIFAlOampanisExplainsHlmselt._PLyDonaldCarroll 184 SOUND&MUSIC SurPSUptorthe9sachBOys_.ByRichatlJ.Pletschmann 188 INPRINT EasyBemmer?ortabies._ByRobedRUFrman 192 ONSTAGE Equus'ateTrot_.By5lckLachte 198 FILMS BuflalsedbyAlimanandHlslndians..-ByJonnBarbsur 202 WEEKENDS &VACATIONS RelieffromtheAugusiHeaL..ByFrankRiley 212 WINE NOTES SlayWestYOucglmblber...ByVanOelanay 248 FINALE NoNewsls6oodNews...ayErlcTeitelbaum On the cover: P -nov, knows a<urant when h- ees one; see pe^e 102. (Fooc ... .: by Stear's fo, l.. Phe/ aph ', Star Caplan. 2NGE' ' .. i. . . . .. . . . : ' M
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Cannell & Chaffin's 40 outstanding interior designers will serve you anywhere in the world. Just as our buyers travel the world to find the most unique merchandise, so our professional design staff travels the world to give clients the finest in interfor design_ From Mexico City to Vancouver, from Boston to Glasgow, from Paris to Sioux City, our staff has designed houses and apartments for hundreds of enthusi- astic clients. And they will help you choose from our own outstanding collection of furnish- Ings, or take you to showrooms anywhere in the world. Please write for our design services brochure to: Mr Danford Baker, President, Cannell & Chaffin, Dept. LAA, 3000 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles 90010. '-ttrn 'W Flaefum.ani-.,,,a,ilqnessnaa~ I
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I 0 .; 9# II1 i PHOTO 6Y' SANOqA LEE KApLrN i9rown & ~o]d Co. LIGHTING FIXTURES 176 North La Brea Avenue Los Angeles. CA 99036 Telephone:933-7149
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N V E 3 T M EN T a~ ~~F14~~~rc7ac rrn.+Ca, ~~:i 4~;~? a,~t a3Y o~,, r~c. 7e a. Add an Oriental rug to your investment portfoiio isec, . .i r 2 . - , , May Co Oriental Rug e Gallery - 749 ~NI ~. . ~ n ry . prr 0
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The only international restaurant in Los Angeles with its own airport. You've seen it a hundred times- The Theme Building at Los Angeles International AirportYou might know ,' tha. Pctanra~. mcidc Vo„ miohtnnt know there s a superb restaurant tnstne. With convenient, complimentary valet parking outside. Let us tempt you to try it: Our dinner menu contains sumptuous appetizers, soups, salads, entrces and beverages from twenty-two countries. Prepared by continental chefs from carefully collected and tested international recipes. All served in the classic French manner by To complement }•our meal, you will find a bountiful selection of fine imported and domestic wines. Our rich Columbian coffee brews slowly at your table while you dine. For an encore, our dessert menu offers a tempting array of world- renowned pastrics.ice cream and flaming crepes. Thebearitiful harp, piano and violin music you hear throughout the restaurant is live. And the unique view from your table is a continuous airshow provided by 36 airlines. Next time you'relooking for an unusuallyelegant dining experience at moderate prices, don't look in the usual places. a captain and Look for our place right intenationally- tnthecenterofLosAngeles costumed watresses. Intemahonal Airpoit Op dt=° . tL ^ft,. «^e=. Host international cak ,v T) - ar • et. - ro,d,r Restaurant b, gfromJ, (2 .,:IG5aP1.
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"I have 6 million employees that work for room and board." The minute you taste my Natural'Ice Cream, you'll kno the difference real honey makes. The flavor is not x the same as you find in commercial ice creams. It's P richer and at the same time it's more delicate. The taste is so inviting that every week I get letters from real vanilla " and pure egg yolks. These have flavor and goodness that can't be du- plicated by any chemist, no mat- ter how cl ever he is. Friends tell me that my Natural Ice Cream reminds them of the kind they used to churn in the ice cream maker on the back porch. There's a good reason for that. Your grandmother would never put sodium caseinate, amyl acetate or propylene glycol in her Sunday ice cream -never in a thousand years. Neither would I. I invite you to try all seven flavors. customers congratulating me. Of all the flavors I make,Vanilla Actually, I think the bees should is still the most popular. get the congratulations.They It is rich with honey, real do the work. vanilla beans, fresh cream and Why I am stubborn honest flavor. The taste is more about ingredients. like a delicate custard than the commercial ice creams you It seems that foreverygood food might be used to. Vanilla is my nature has given us, man has favorite too. devised a cheaper substitute - My Carob Ice Cream is made L and a poorer one. I will with the rich, nutritious S' ^ never use substitutes carob bean which is known as ~~ in my Natural Ice Nature's chocolate. My Sesame W,,4 Creams. I use only pure Seed Crunch has the nutty natural ineredients like eoodness of sesame seeds haked generously through my pure vanilla ice cream. My Banana Walnut is brim full of walnuts and real bananas. If you ie partial to va- nilla with a touch of extra flavor, try my Swirled Carob or Swirled Raspberry Vanilla Pecan. A promise I intend to keep. The secret of my Natural Ice Cream is so simple that 1 am surprised people think it is a secret. I simply use the delicious, whole- some foods that Nature blessed us with. I will never try to fool you with imitation coloring or make- believe vanilla or a raspberry that isn't real. And if my bees ever stop making honey, I will stop making ice cream. fresh milk, fresh whole cream, in honey and sprinkled I ttelVdtuPdl 1C21X2M1:vIdo
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BUSINESS HOW THEY SAVED THE AKRON-AND ITS SPECIAL BRAND OF TACKINESS By Richard J. Pietschmann Thrifty and Ralphs (among others) to the rescue You'll find joam rubber rectangles, Doors that convert into beds; You'll ¢nd vlvetsand rreldises, Jockey sAorts, parkas - and Keds At the magical Akron. (Akrora, Akroq Akron.) Octopus meat, canned in Pekin, Pizza and marzipan, packed in a t/n; Cmnerar and clocks, Jeus harps and jam, Teaeups and gpewrttErs, Made in Siam... Call me a pawn, But Pra hopelessly gone On f he Akron. -From"The Akron' by Billy Barnes (1962) You can thank a couple of gutsy busl- nesamen named Levin and klelman, who, at least figuratively, rode up in their white Cadillacs last year to rescue The Akron, thus prescrving for futare genera- tlons of Somhern Californinns those etores full of )unk so wonderful that a tacky school of decore5ng-"Early Akron"-was named after thera How , close the chain of 28 sroms came to f__ing is a story of near term[nal bickering with a happy but highly irregu- lar ending. The odd thing is that so few people are aware of whnr went on. It was spring 1975, and Akron co- foucders Bernie Fields and By Fink were locked in mortal combat that had been buBding for ycars. The paoneuc threat- nod one aoother with e.calating law- . _ minor dlHerences. and, in dis- may. UnionBank threw its fiscal hands in he air and cut off the line of eredit that hadsrarzined operadons at Akron 50 tccmo-res
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Security With Elegance The discriminating buyers who already live in our superb homes enjoy an environment of protected elegance. The secure environment of The Westholme protects your life- style whether you arc at home or away. The Westholme s gracious services, full recreational facilities and beautiful public areas provide an ambiance you must experience for yourself. We suggest that you make an appointment with our Director of Sales to see thc beautiful uew model homes in Wilshire Boulevard's first high-rise condominium and discover the exquisite details of and its 78 luxurious one and two-level homes. (For an appointment call 213!478-0397 from 10 a.m, to 5 p. nIJ The Westholme..t in West- wood. 10590 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, California 90024. Security features include: technologically advanced alltnmatlet[ltrnslon alarm systems with emergency buttons to summon assistance, closed circuit television in each home, bronze security locks, 24-hour switchboard, valet parking and doorman A project administered M,/ Thomas 1.. Karsten Associates 18 Losnn:cr_ss 29: New york. Aug. 30 anE $1'.Oelroit. Mon- Sal. aI T9Q Suo, a11. $1.5010 $4. (Ananeim slaaWm) Llonetles BoIlEall. Orange County's only pro- lesslnnal .5 1oam. Aug. 4 end 68: ?naenix. Augr14 and 15:Las Angeles. Aug. 1S]0'. G, IC¢go. Aug. 22: Los Angeles. Aug. P3: San Clcgo. Aug. 24 and 25: Mlchluan. All at Y exo. Sun. a11. $1,60 to 53.25. Senior cnlMren and youth 1e ~ori m6i, (Santa Ana Municipal sladam)n~ Los Alamltos Ouarter Horse Pacing. Through Aug. 24. Mon: Sat. Post time is 9. Grantl- slantl S2, clubhouse $3.50. Oel Mar Thorou9hbnL Racing.Tnrough SepL 16. Wetl. Mon. Pos111me Ig 2. $2 eranLStanQ $a clubhouse. How to Lose 40 Pounds on Your Nezt Trip Tavaung gwhers no Ipnger have to o-ane- pon gcll clabs. TTrougn a new servlce at Golf Rental, Inc, professional quallly gulr ecLlpmenlwill be avagable a1 ma(or elrporls (vougnout the warld. The tiret - w511 cpen adiaoent to the Los AngeleslnlemallonelAirpod,Aug.l,ana wlI be followed by Inoae In San olega, Laa vaiae palm springs Ban Franclaoo a,tl otnar ereaa ot neavV go0 vavel. Cwbg will be evnllalLe in both snn and regmmnaas and mr vn and lolo-npnders. In eaaitioq onaome~a wlg ne•/a their anmoe of or dirlerenl styles of putters ane omorea unmarked prrnsNe baga. Regerv'atlan5 lor the epuipment can be matla Ihrough (5g0) 4215000 (to11 tree) orlbrocghtravelagenls.Aatesara basea on $/o per oay wlu apeaal rares al 52s ~ mr a mree-aay weekem am $ro or a aek. Gmup raIPS ava.able. ]r6-1266. Xams Proseaaon Foolball. Aug. ]: nal!as. . Aug. 2a: Bullalo. Botn at T. $4 to $10. emiseum) Skyhewka Soccer. Aug.9:Clevelana.r:30.Re- 50 ana $5 /adluts) and $250 0 /cMls a (children $3 5 16 ano unaerl. General aeNlssion 32s0 IadWts) ana $1 lohueren). (Bhmingnam Hlgn SonoalSraalum) LA. Stnngs (WOtlC Team) Tennia. Aug. 11: San Froncisoo Golden Galara. Aug. 10: lia- il L=Ig. Aug. 15: San Diego °rers. At 5 c. Sunn at ]. $250 to $6.50i 16 anG under, helf-ptlca.tFOruT.l AILSIar Baekelball. Aug. 3C. NBA va. ABA. 8. ceu or pacea- IFOmm) Different Strokes... Throughout August May Co. stare^. will 1Paiure vmeolap demons[retlons o1 Ihe Rod Laver Tenmsnoke System, a"boay s nm o" b . 1er.nis bura aaler- eG m Impmvemsa game. In tn e Admt ~ais:, e oeparlmem- Benlor olympics. For moee 25 ano u who aon'1 +ake a IPoing out of InPlr spotl. Ex- lenas lhrcugh 1a11. Entry tleaollne is one week prior to eacn e en1. Tex-dedudible lees are $5 lor tbe tlrst ovenb 53 Im secte adLllional e L Individuals o l s mey enter. Oompelilions with ewaraatakeplece Comacl Seninr Sports Imemauonak Inc.,
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BARYSHNIKOY THE TERRIBLE.WRITES, AGAIN! ..Comreda Sachs, I have Just found ip.rnyn room at the Hotei MGtropolc hercln Moseow a eopyof a degenorate An:arican magaiine, Ic!t behlnd no doubt by a lecllcraus mur~st. and I am an9cred to f Ind In rt a devlore ndvertlstment tOr your company basel on an artlc!e I wrotc somo time ago aMu: you and your alleged hair repiacement proces. I clearly member that ihe atternocn I lotervteweo you at tha edy Hills Hotel was no less wlndy[han your dalogue. and your he. r waswhipping in aU direclloss I have a trained, critical eye, and had you everbeen ba!d.l could have ' ,t tl ed Ihe Wver-up without difficulty. Your hair's quite ob sly as securely anchored to your head as is a I~ao behlndb his horse. I still maintain you are a. !r,n.•d andi would appreciate it if,you would Serrd me the 'r:cxl ~ue W thar magazine-fer.reseerch purpeses oWy. ~.' oi cocrse..'. , , -BRNUMIBARYSHNIKOV .
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DONTINUED You already own 'fi of the world'S most advanced video tape system . . Your own television set. Our 'k is the famous JVC Yt' color video cassette recorder (player model CR-fi300U) . Watch your favorite ev program while you record another simultaneously. With JVG, you capture that special moment as you see it Model MS-1130... Ahead ot its time Yet priced to nieet today's needs. • Portable • Lightweight • 5 ft. Diaganal Picture • Remote Control INSTANT REPLAY EQUIPMENT CO. (213) 870-9437 (One ot Southern earimmla'e most presuylous communnwnons comwnues) 41 Cheer Up, You Could Be Abe Beams You almost have to pily Tom Bradley. First, while the mayor was off to the Demo convention (failing to earn much attentfon), the L.A. eity attorney's office was overruling his veto for city worker pay raises. (They didrt t even take him to court, someth ing they had the courtcsy te do when Sam Yorty tried the same cutback years ago.) Then Brudlev s downtown redevelopment battle again stalled: the hand-picked commission he se; up tn prove the plan sound decided to do nothing - virtually assuring a referendum on the November ballot And now Alan Robbins, the Valley state senator who'Il run against Bradley in next year's mayoral election, has gantered some support for his own rapid transit plan while Bradley has yct to offer Angeleans anything concrete. Poor Tom, he gels no respect. Is That a Nine Iron Rocketing Overthe Send Trap? Latest to be granted membership in "Coluca Lake s exclusive Lakeside Golf Club is Butte, Montana's Evel Knievel, in town for the filming of Warner Bros.' Viva Knleve7. The Thrill King won his special 'nonresident" mem- bership in spite (or becausc) of his past credits, which, according to the Warner's bio, include " veral brushes with the law ranging from hubcap stealing to kidnapping the lady who is now his wife." His sponsor: radio personaliry Dick Whittinghill, from Helena, Montana. If nothing else, the golfer has inspired some putting-green banter. Said partner Mickey Rooney, "Evel, you may be a pretty goed golfer, but I bet you couldn't jump over all my wives." Up the Craek W Ithout a Paint Brush Maurice Tuchman, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's longtime curator of modern art who has been a consistently big hit with both the teeny-boppers and the dowagen, has been rather less of a hit with artists For years they have grumbled about his almost studied neglect of local works to the benefit nf expensive works from the Ma-lbornugh Gallery in New York - whose West Coast representative just happens to be the same Maurice Tuchman. Now a committee of artists, critics, collectors, gallery owners and others have drafted an ultimatum threatening a boycott of the museum by major contemporary artists throughout the country if Tuchman is not canned; and talkv are under way about building a new contemporary art maseum hcrc, taking the showing of modern art out of the hands of the County Museum. Tuchman, meanwhile, appears remarkably unfazed by it all. So Move it to Anaheim Dick Walsh, general manager of the Los Angeles Convention Center, says he is "disappointed" by a reccm front-page blast in the Tall Street Tournnl which said more than a few conventior, and trade-show planners complained that the Convention Center'e rates are too high and its services slipshod. But the problem may be far more severe_ A recent survey by the Southern Cali- foruia Visitors Councit found that when visitoa were asked what they most liked about Los Angeles, they opted for "Disncyland, San Diego and San Franerseo." (Guess who thatleaves out.) Quote of the Month At the Hollywood preview ul' Neil Simon's Murder by Death, guests wem greeted by a gentleman in butler's livery with a cluster of knives in his back. Movie critic John Harbour immediately greeted him with: "Ah, you must be from KNXT News." a
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HAVE A MINK STOLE YOU'RE NOT USING? Turn your stole or other inrs inm on of oor 1976 sryles-Sesv ).mLca or suollers widr lisirher and fur- By our expur azfmmen. We will aeate a r.em smart highly styled sroller, Jacket or carcoatcomhining fur and Icarher superbly 6nished, escluri.e Iy tailored by our own Eactorg Came in for a FREE estimate. DUE TO TIME AND SKILLS REQUIRED BY OUR EXPERT CRAFTSMEN-THIS IS A LIMITED OFFER ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS. Free FUR STORAGE WITHEVERY CLEANING/GLAZING ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED Open Mon. through Sat. 9:30.ii00 272-7646 271.I722 FURS CJI2/1/d 1 4°, -Be. '. C. At~~.ha.&~. ~..lils -S6dared F Ce ,~. :rFvr..a: ~ , lFyOU CCN KNOtvPOI R~ ]R. CA3ARS PALAQ.4 y15 VEGT519LTO> SELECTIVE SHOPPER A Pop Top Baedeker to the World Beers By Eszter Haraszty (Don't look for too many domestic winners) 1 have a seriaus social problem, onc which is fast making me an outcasr at privare dinner parties and in public ros- taurants. And, uo, it is nol one of those mirky things rhey whisper and blush about on television commercials.It'sjust that 1 love beer. Now that presen6 no problems if yovre a m .n. In fsct. it is cxpccta/ of yan if yon wamh football, bowl, herd cattle. cllmb high-tenslon poles, net mnn ,age in any of the olher endcavocs which seem so irnportant "when yoo only ga round once in this world." aut when- s hosress is pooring wivc and f aek ie elr misht have bacr innoaQ shc in- .riubly laoks m scn 'f I vc Icfl my dems al the fruot door and whether my mitl- sr-lian is I~dgir Th- ~. having pa.¢cd Itt uxtcr. I a n y-.: d,h "Aa:i t you afraid youL I- '. No, I am noe An ._h.-ot nw glsas of white Burgundy is 1% calorlcs. whila the same umo:mt of imparled beer can- n:ins 106-and if yoc are served eight of a damestic brand. the caloric intake is only 92. Besfdcv, for me thc real plensure in snsoring u Sood bcer lies n the drlnk's bright bw subde Iluvcrs, not in guzzliog it like college boys out to . make the Guinncrs Book of Records. I did nor starr, out wi[h this hopping thirsl_ Quie the contmry. I come from - e ingfamilvn thcwioc-gra - country of Hungary, and my prefern those di:ecdone condnued until, imnl callv e ough, somc LS year, ago when I came to Onlifornia, wAerc the n t a eet and rich us the kind [gre wz p w~ Fw/Aerc in th'a land of mnr- .elats v'mages I developed a chronlu ... of nyperaaidirv. So I tried beer. nw I ditrov,:red that a fine brew, while certainly not as aablc or complex as tltc grane. eo:ld note[heless bc a=plendld mpnn on w]h food or e r et coc4Kail hme_ Funhermore n rade of mirzcles, I had come upon a plcasurc which doc- 59 tosnnaetes
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There's a new kind of Porsche in our showroom. Porsche 924 A Porsche like no other Porsche that's gone before it An engine up front A hatch in the back. And an innovative rear hansaxle design that results in superb handling and performance. Come in and experience this new kind of Porsche. And while you're there, look over our other Porsches and our family-size Audis. too. OGNER PORSCHE tAUDI AUTHORIZED DFAf ER 21301 Ventura Blvd. Woodland Hills ('L Blk. from Ventura Fwy.) 884-4411 A 5 ceiechnol--" educational enIDr w11n20 halls ol - enl exhlbiLS ol DagI z mar:.- - arelre and G u ug. 29: n . I . . Throug ugh Aug. 15: '9evign uaiexalbu from 1be beaulltm to the bhs a by students Irom 13 3oumem oonlornla -r1 ecnoma ana cmleges. Tnrough o[t. 24: Fony-1wo cmar phems af umerl water exploratlort Aug. 14-29: Musical and rsry m rabilia inclubing sheet m m 1790 to the present, latles o1 PresF !mus Amencans, rare tl9n1s and other o tlocumenl; manusofiplx and bo0ks. Aug, 1V-Od. 31: Hlstory, cullure, character, tra- allions anL axblevomenls of Blaok Amerl- a. Houra: 19-5 Jally. xeturat HMOrY Museum, gog Exposl:ion BIrG ]afi-0413 0 ]463T/E. Ccnllnum9: "T~e Am0'loan. TGIS New M2n'L a BlnOnten- nlal oxhihn Dovering g:e life and lmes of reltgmen ad,aallnn haas mep~raus ~a~uua nnlacwrmg, mack- smttnms ercteleewre and Loma •nmisn- - an n mect (WesM Ing); InLlen a nL c ae arei:ro peaearei: ena mnar explnranon a~a w alaPlayx empbas¢ms P.nanoan aau.reu- oeper nuam.e, s eA mae- aeotlunoe and pmaoentY- Tbrnu9n Aus 19 arW Aug.ga-oan.31:-Tn9lJbetly RUbY."one of Cne woriE'a lorgexl clear rnny crystaix- 46go ca s- Tne roby is aenlPlnma in me form mlne LlboeY Bell wnh an A-erloan aagle Prmea.ng ma beg .me Ita wings. H e+a.as n.e ane a nah inrnex nisr. Fnty ne-nan_onratmamanea. oneloreach alate treme the baLL am two bwo saPPMres mrm. tbe eyea oltne Bagle-IDbIS1b0 Prsipubllc anowing o/1ns uou41a1 uno t0aelHUl gem- Aug. 2423 It wlll be on vi w at 1Ga PsoipO Jewelry Show.Century Plare HoteLMuseum hours:TUe.BUn.10-5. SPORTS r - . ' SportaDirectory ~I Anaheim SYa3um, 2000 B. s+a1e Oollege II or., Manelm. (714) 6342oog. For additional Angels tlcket Inlormalfon, ~ (215) 625-112. Birmingham High ScheelgtPElum,Viclory anp 3alboa. Van Nuyx, 931-053g. Coliaeum, 391t S Flaueroa. ]4]-T111. II Oel Mar Race Track, FairgrounEs, Cel Mar, (Y14l ]55-1141. I OBEger S1aEium, 10og Elysian Park Ava., ' 2241500. . Forum, Macchasleral Prairle.Inglewoob, , 6]9-13L0 or6]<-6000 ForStrings,829- I 5391. Les Alamltas Race Cnurse,4961 E.Ka1el- IA Los Alamna.e, A31-1361. RlversiLe Inlemalionel Raceway, 22255 ~ Euce.yptns, Riverslae. P14J 653n31. ~ I Santa Ana Munleiyal Blatium, Ctt anb 'I F:ower. Bnn:a Ana. For Lmnettas m- , •^•^'°^^ 1•i 535-26.5 . .. Ootlgem Baseball. Aug.2-G: Hnuslon. Aug.S- I. Aug. V-19: rv w York. Aug. 3: OLnOinnat 2d29: PltlsbcrgR Au9. R125; MDnheal. Moo. Fb. a1100, 9aL BI T, Buo, at L $2 to B[b6, chilLren $L (CBOgor 9latlluml M9elx Baseball. Aug. 1: CFicago. Au4 1M1 4tBOSlon. Pug.l3-13: Nllweu4ee. Aug.2]- 16 tos ?rveeLFg
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® g Onss. Cira.s-.. Au4 I p`anFo9elberg, G ,_ k Tnealeo e:3g: 'MUalcal Juhil Staged hdmepM~to I ulro 1 ral.. msoalV-ter.P 11sc1. Hb d Keel, E Ib Kll, L-yKal.ThruAug-15,' Body and Soul: Leonardo da Vlnci§ atomicaltlrawings, County Arl Muaeum, thru CepL 5. "01 Thee I Sing" opens,Occidental College summer drama test, outdoor Hillside Theater. B'.30. P Ouerler Horse 1111, Los Alamitos, ands Aug.2C Felk tlngor Salll Terrl and " c4%eaver Frank Homlllon ' tn aVrn9ra ~I Anrle.,n. C mtly lml Muserx. 8 Try notlc leli oll . Lbe plallorm,Jerry: RepunOCan Conrenvon on Tv, "The W li continues, Music Center, Ahmaneon, 8 30. NBA vs. ABA AII-Star Baske1ba11,Forum,8. 'My Little Ch¢kadee" Aug.6 L g B h BympnySUmmer ~ 'F-kog 'ese 51 rlghl0 eMtl fi lres Ollwll "Ih A g 29. '~Hecraol'0nPork'A13tylco- , F ]Gn.rar 9r+aler Shalesp'ere' oiol 'T I go~lb Sh w :'BCSchBleo IBo.oL 9 p rk~: _ ~I _.. "A Mltlsummer Nighfa Dream" ' Fantastic Anlmalion Feslival, I`do11G' r i-.L I •-ou w D aFe,-vl 3,0 'I ad el..l_ n.P19.:,. Berlioz Requiem, Hollywood Bowl, 830. "RObber Bridegroom;' Taper Forum, mru Aug. 29. Electric Light Orchestra, UniversalAmphilheater, 8:15. Thru Thurs. David Crosby and Graham Nash, Greek Theater, 8:30. Thru Thurs. `i nllnlsl6xhok Pcrlman, ocd B-I, lonlglil . endThurs,6:30-. Herry Belalonle anJ - r a onal Oompalry- tmegnea'erd.'ll ThruSUn. 1 Uodgsrsvs. ~Donporsl,dii. The Band, fhru Wed., Greek Theater. 8:30. Eastmeets-W est muslcal, "Pacific Overtures" opens, Music Cenler,Pavillon,8:30. ~ Joel Grey Is "GCOFge MI;' 8(27~ "HellzapopPin" and "It's in the Bag" (latter stars Jack Benny, Fred Allen), "Mirth of a Nalicn"':Ilms, County Art Museurtt 6. Cicely Tyson as a slsve who wins frecdom' "The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman," 9 (2). Beverly Sills sings bel canto arias, MeMa conducts combined Israel and L.A. Philharmonic omhestras, Hollyw'ood Bowl, 8:30. "New Glory;' Parl I, r.plicas of historic American Ilags, Santa Barbara Arl Museum. eaR "If I put a penny in the slot machine, do I get something supemalitragilistio- :eaplalldooloae?° iesarsPalacetlnuAu gB Ca . Fonda Jane? "Klute,° 9 (Q. "Leonardo da Vind,".'..' ; five-part drama, 9 (2B). Three m !rp Lisic Genle[/=. ~ c s r Au. i nn Olivia NewtomJOlrM1 Greek Theater, 8:30. Thru Se/ Commando CeCormance? IsraelPhilM1armonin,^ ~ Alsddtn HateLTOnlg . "The Road tc MororFO," Dorothy Lamour, Bob HoVa buh-buh-buh Bing Orosby' County Art fAUSeum 111m, 8'
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me it wusn't-at least not when I first converted from wine. I'd order Krorcn- bourg in a French place, Beck's in a German, or Splugcn Dry whcre the [are was Imlian, being always careful to flat- ter management by matching brew with their native pride. What happened? Nine times ont of ten the waiter laughed all the way to the bar with my order, dumfounded at the idea that anyone-particularly a nonuni- formcd woman -would be so gauche as to order beer when there was a wlne list to choose from. But my ordeal is now over, even if vinophiles have not ended their insidious propaganda ca paigo, picturing beer lovers as barroom burn with burned-out television tubes for brains. Why,lustlast week my boo tle of Peroni at La Seala was served in a slver (ce bucket, end a week before that the maitre d' at Senor Pico whis- pered in my ear, 1 seved the last two botnes of Noche Bueno just for you." One can only dare to hope that this starlling transformation meens the beer stigma is finally on its way to being exorcised. Close to a hundred different types and brands of beer and ale, from all over the world, are shipped to this country. Easily half that nnmber are available in ahe Los Angeles area. The widest essortment seems to be at the Beverly Hills Liquor Castle, 2l2 S. Beverly Dr., and the 32nd Strst Market carries av~ariedsuppty for USC beer buffs. For the brews of a par ticular country, shop in the ethnic mar- kets and delicatessens The Atlas Sau- sage Kitcheq 10626 Burbank Blvd., North Hollywood, is a good example of the latter. Their strong suit is German beers, naturally. Whenever you shop, try to select the dusPfree bottles and preferably those which have been kept refrigerated. Beer suffers with a lengthy shelf life, too much light and extremes of heat or cold, Never place beer in a freezeq even if you only mean to chill it in a hurry. Imported beers range in price from 45 cents to "/5 cents per 12-ouvice bmtle. But, even at triple our domestic prices, do nut expect ihe brews to taste exactly as you might remcmbcr having had them in London, Copenhagen or Berlio, where their alcoholic content could have been up to 10 or 12 per cent. Ovr, tax laws say Ihat beer can be labeled bcer only if the alcohol percentage is under 5, which of course accounts for the lightness of American beers snd for the fact that foreign brewers tone down the product they ship to these shares or give it a nonbees label, like "malt liquor.` Other generic members of the beer family are: Ale: an aromatic brew of malt and/ or cereal, usually tuller in body and morc / s newest v dinner exxerience. Until now, if you anted to enjoy dinner under the stars, Los Angeles was no place to live. But now, there's the Steak Fiesta at Lawry's California Center. Here, in a beautiful garden on a summer night, you can watch the sun set and the moon rise, while mariachis serenade you. You'll choose a big, juicy steak broiled to order. With it, fresh corn-oo-thecob, a green vegetable, our special sour cream tortilla . casserole, a great salad, and hot herbed bread. It's a different evening, one to remember. Lawry's California Center is on Avenue 26 at San Fernando Road. close to downtown L.A. and Dodger Stadium. Wednesday through SaLmday, dinner from 5,Sundav.from 4. Call (213) 22524S1 for dinner reservations. / resnnnsrrs 61
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........... is Commun'Ications Consultants 11561 yenW ra Boulevard Swdb Clty, CA 91604 2131877-1134 Please sentl detvils... Name rrNe ' Anerees ' ~ C,ry 9ate L9 - ~ ~ l This is your direct line to alltop car phones! W e put you right through - to one of the maet extensive sele.crions of mobile phones in California: Hams, Livermore Data. Canyon, Aerotron and others. Every system, too: Bell. V HF, UHF: direct dla or RCC. W e can even cusrom-engineer modelenclusivelyforyou! Because we are, in effect, mobile phone centrai" for the state. Prices? From $1595. Sen'ice? From over $20,(IUO worth of lab. So vislt (or mail lhecouVOn) soon. When it comes to mobile phones, you ouldn'thave a better connectionl Some Moving Experiences Tblrty-slx animated snorl nlms, selected tOm o er 400 n ' a M1om a um Ine orld, wlll be presented at the Fentealle Anlmation FeatiralwMeM1 wlll take plass through Aug. 21 at the Laguna Moullon Tnesrer In Laguna Beach. Each pregram is composed of prize-wiming 111ms,IncluGing Academy Award n and w nley of telavblon's b animated c erclels, and hlghllgMS from past ipcmee of Animation leslHOls. TlnMee.Jlmensonal holpgrmns end many a cel drawings wlll be exhibited in tn0 lobby. The leauval o nClde wnb Lagunars Festb3l cf Ana and Pageant ct 1b0 MO61er5 and the Sewdusl FeS11vaI. Tue. 5un, at ] 30 .. $25g. For ticket Inbrmancn, can V14) n2 nc seo p.m. $alt ar'd $unn m al 2 p m 9995_ The ml¢tna(ipnal Ammmaa Film Society's 6th Annual ^Cer¢brauen ww be hEid in 1nC nlall of the Laurel Plaze Shopping Center Auq 23-2e. Origioal brawings and cCls nom :ne eerq days cf a marcn mropgn me proent ®in be on tlisplay and of the grand llnale and arl Sale on Bua FsmOUS cM1eteclers gko Bugs Bunny, Tom and Jeny, Bollwinkle, Wlnnle IM1e Pcor- and The Fllntmonea wlf be a ong the pdwless and historical art ebleCa_ A5e leatwed: special e c eledlnB the ap pea'ance of welLkncwn a wlll sign Ihelrworks and alvc Ilve nlmaflcn artists, of tbi5 unique a a0tlrlaly anowln3 of the classic Fllm, 'TMS Is Anlme[ion/'6100 Laurel Genyon Blan_, North HOllywacd. Fieo. Call 085 9854. Diane Keatpn)_Aug.11:"YOU Gant Take It Wllb Ycu" (James Stewetl, Jean Arthur) and "I Lov2 YoLL Alice B. Takles' (Peter Sellori Le6h TaylOr-YCUngy Aug. 25: "Hends Across the Table' Icarole Lpmbar4 Frad Madrlurray) and 'Tom, Dick and Harry" (Gingor RogerS George Murphy). Aug. 25; "Tne Poed to Mcrocce" (Bob HOpe, 91n9 Crashy. Oornlhy Lentour) and "TEe MOre the MerrieP (Jean Arlbur, Joel McCree)- Aug. 2/t "WOman of [he Yeef (9penc¢r Tracy, Kalharine Hepburn) and "Murdaq He Seys" Inred MacMUney, Nelen Walker). Aug. 28'. "There Goes My HeaC" (Fredric Marc1 g Bmce), "FCad Bheti' IAdolphe mans~o¢ Carcla Landla) and 'TumaCOUr'(Car01e Lands,JOhn Huoi AII at 8 ox0. Aug~ 1C and 28 at 7 30, $2.50. amdonls 32. Ccnrinuea In Sept. Anaheim Convenlien Center: Aug. 5-1y. M1Ion.Fri. at 3 arid a(exc5 opening day at 9 cnly,a o peCOrmance Aug.9). SeL a111 .. 3 anc8. Sunn at 1:30 and 6. ¢3 ]5 to 38.-/6.32 dlsc.eunt for kids under 12 Mcn.{rl. mats. x ar:d Sat. 11 am. 890W. Kaella,Anahelm,(]141635-5L00-LCngBCach Arena: Acc 1822 Wed-Tnurs, at 8, Fri. at 3 and 9, Sat' al 11 a., 3 as.d 9, $un. at 1:30 anG 6-aa ]5 t0 $s.-/6. 32 discount for kids ontler 12 Wedd and Thumm at 8, Fri. at 3 and 8, Satl nl 11 a.m. 30o E. Ccean Blvd.. 43T-2255 ora0]-21]I. ~I WeLovetoKidYou See our lealura In inlc is "31 Wsy to Keeplhe Kids Bu6y in Aagual." CHILDREN'S FARE XingMg Broa. and Barnum & Bailey Cimm. Furum: Aug. 1, 3 aon 4 3n a`130 and 6, Tue. and'Ne]. at 2'.30and 8.5A l0 51. s2 cleacun: for kina nmer 12 Tue. anb Wed- Mancreater al Pmre, mglewood. 8]3-1300. "The Real Xumpelstil6kinj' San:s Monica PlaVnouse, 1211 4It St., 6ante Monma,394- 9T19. Thmaph Oct. ti Musical fantasy tee- turlna the lhealer~a adult and young Peo- mnanl P dl ne potliclpalio entl wetdering m nslrelse3aL and 6unn t1. OM111dmn St25, aEUlta 31.60. BltlhEay pa m facuiees. ronr.nre ;,
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Warning: TUe Sur3ean Ger=_r, '. L,L'micctl That Cgaette Smoking Is Dangerous wYour Health. I. -- I ............. - -_s.ribneounapr.rF.
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mhispeersheonceoperaiedon .diprima-.n.eJarhis ~aper.l think the most important factor is v"lher the doctor has passed his boards- d ndly, the patient should c nsider wvere he took his resldency, where he did his internship and where he gradu- ated from medical school. If it's possible to get Ihe opinlon of other doetors, that is very helpfuL And whenever a persm is _eoing to have surgery, he should al- ways get a second opinion." Beverly Hills intemirt Or. Herbert Resnick savs the best criteria for choot- a specialist "is to get a mcommenda- lion 6om a physician who wres about you and will refer you to sameouc he'd choose for his o r famlly. Just this ning, I had a youvg woman patient come in who needs braast surgery. She sot par6culnrly happy with the sur- geon she'd been sent to, and neither wos I. So I sent her to Dr. Paul Kaufman, bcceuse if my wife nzeded breast sorgery, thnt's who I'd want operating on her." We asked top doctors to tell tu', in the strictest confidence, whom fhey wovld pick for their own familics. Some were hesitant to tolk, but others rattled off s Ova doctor sald Ae thought it would do a lot of harm to thephysiclans listed because other docrors would be jealous and would stop making referrals. Dut the samc vames were mentioned over avd o as those who enjoy the best mputafions o ong Iheir peers. Antong the real superdoctors, pxao- llnally everyone mentions Dr. Eliot Cor- dag a world-revowned cardiologlst who a fellow in a Aalf-aoaen medical honorarlrs, hns sat on vumemus Prerl- demial c s nna has re Ived . mendatia-t'sfmm eountless foreign untries. And he is one of the few soper- doetors who maintains a private practice in Intemal medicine as well. Aad Los Angeles is deflvllely the best place to hore trouble with yonr ears. Dr. Victor J. Goodhllh who seo'es as ahlef of otology at L'CLA and has a privetc practice in Ilevedy Hiik, is nsidered one of the finest car specialists in the world, and Dr. Dawsrd House, who heads the Omlogicvl bledical Group an West 3rd 9treeL is ccually known as the Pather af Otology Housc and hls brnder, Dr. Nilli:un ._S..m.--.. ]I
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INSIDE THE WORLD'S WACKIEST TENNIS CLUB Imagine being on center court with Groucho, Chaplin, Goddard, Olivier, Ginger Rogers and a young Bobby Riggs One afternoon in 1975. the member- ship commlLLee af the tleverly Hilts Ten- nls Club eas locked in heated debate cstn whether m admit plapwrlyht 2il Simon to membetahip immediotely. The pmllfic anthor had evetythiug to make him an ideal member: he had a ~ood tennis gome for a hackeq he dldn't have any small children to cluuer up the cunrts, and he could cerlainly afford to pay his biils. In fact, the only thing nor favoring Simon was that he was last o waiHag list of 1? for the one mun bership available. Cinalty- after cours of sa nglin, pro-Slmom m n haWcd our h~ hem t . unitio2~InoA"hesdid,"wemryirt . wel] take him ia lf we don'q he cauld _eet.nre end buythe place." Crazier things have happcned in rhe 46 vears the IIeverlv HILLs Tennis Cleb has been open for buslnes an the same Bcvcdy Hllls rncct corncr ( %lnple Drivc and 3n1 Snee, jua wcxt of Dohcny). It has five championshlp courts. a swim- ming pool, a luxury-dubhousc and excel- lent food. And there has ne er been a time when it hasttt had at least half a dozcn Impormnt show-biz names on ils membership list. In addition to Simon, The latert book lrmrr .4rdarr Mm~v_ rlre Slol(r.vood Boswell. is Goldwyo. on bi- nmate look at ehe mmr behind ehe n11tlr. By Arthur Marx hfodern-duy jaees a/ the BHZCr abave, Wadcr blarebnn, the rmnplnring, dues- pmurg n rnber orlte to0Iomr G/lek mrd eerdar n ember C(IAot Rolnnd, n ~ onn requlnr rvltli a vielmis rop spL; oppasi<e barmm, Itank Greenberg (cenm) and eM1e eLr&ls ne..ese niemben NCi! Si,..wro chat wirh orher rnunbers. BC __.
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TANGLEWOOD, THE COUNTRY LOOK, by Americau I) I~' r, , indeaplyKra'mcdaal.. . .. , -- otd,e ,c(^Id n-ch P lo ... , clloo - . , 1 n' ne c.0' -1 ... . . . .sndm~--bU .. ,mdlec and cvuwn ba. w.m Shown above: SoPdOakW6:tf SideChnlr Sdld Oak Wmdsa: Am, CMiu Dv,FAe Pedeacl Ovi Ta'blec eFens ro'H=3H )irnthaariBuNea China P.eP -rh Glass Shehes LVhied Inz.lor CALIFORNIA FURNITURE GALLERIES COUNTRY&TRADIT[ON.4L LIDTL-R[ORS VanNuys 6-.i2U.nNupBlvd- - I CznoRa Park 7633 Caoo9a Ave' _ entura 2]23E.bLzinSo '3 L OmnleCOUnry ti15N.MaloHc(Sa.:mAna) (911'3-W'395 OpeaThr.rs., Frl. & Men.9:un m 9 pm,T s,0.'ed. & Sac'til GOC. Clnsed Sundny FREE IhRaEDIATEDEIVERY • B.aNICAME121CARD • )415TER CHARGE •REVOLYINGCHARGE• Heverly Hills. 2]3-9351. Fencoe, steaks and oreakla9y Open Mon:3at. 8 am:2 a Terry Olbts Ouertet Tucs:SUt, 8'.3o p m: 1'Tn a Tail o the Cook. 4ar1[ Holly'xeoh. 12950 Ven- [a Blvtl., T84L241. JOhnny Ouamled mlxe5 lazr. one Anow wnea every night a c. sunt west Houywoec:4TT La Cienega, 2i3-1ze0. Bon Farra, plano slyual. AmerlcaNCam rmental eeisme. The Times, 12749 Ventura 2da., stualo qty, 980-922B. Talent showcase Mon. Live en- IerlalnmentTUe.Sat9'.30 p.m-2 am.Happy hour 45. Early blrtl dinners ($295) 5-i Wel/ tlrinks 600. The TowValh Inn, 365 N. La Oiene9a Blve., Wea Ilolyxooa, 65T-694U. Supper uWE. Dinner 7 days, 6 p.m:midnigm. Continental e. Aug. 3-22: 3,J. Meneelson, song- stress. Aug. 24Sept. 5'5 s e box, "What's Gnu" Bhows Tce: 3un, 10 p.m, and 1230 a.m. Nn coveL no m.mmum. Valle Ferge Inn, 16830 VenNra Blvrl., Enclno, )88-T050. Open 7 nights 1or dinner. Enter- lainmen Tue.SaL, 9 Pm--190 xm. The Warehouse, C4s9 Arfmbalty Woy, Marlna Oel BaY, 823-5<51. Pop harpist O9Wayne Fulton entertains Tue.Sat. Michael Amresi hams Bun:Men. Newporl Beach: 3450 Via Opa[o,(]14) 6]3-4100.Inlerna(mnal menu. Newport HArbofslargesloWdoorEiclnpl - with OnlertalnmenL Banquet facili'.iss. Kurt Bteinbeck guitar, Mon-Wed; John 6rawn,guitar,Thurs:SUn. Winchester Boam,Slem's Bar[ecue,12658 W, Wasnington Bloe.. 390-3<4T or eT1-0950. Vocal and guitar stylings by Harris Lanning Fri, and Sat. alter B. Ye Little Club, 455 N. Canon Bc Beverly Hills, 2i5-30]].LUnch Gelly.Entetlainmentni9htly. Jazz, Rock & Folk Baked Polato, 3787 Oahuenga WesL Norlh Hollywood, 980-1615, Men.'. SeawlnE. Tue: Lee Fitenour.Wetl:Sat.'.con Hanel& Baked Potate Band. Sun.: Harry "Sweets" Ediean. Concetls by the Sea, 100 Fisherman'e sSTatl, Redondo Beach, 3T9-0.596. Variety of jazz t t enl.AUg.36'.Ah rIJ I.AU91015'. H rece SI A g. 1] 22: Oal Tladec Aug.25- Woody Herman. Au9. 24- 29:Freeoie Hubbere.Auy.31:Norman C- . opens 0:15 p.m,l +Irst ahOw '.. ~. Leeies lree We1 Olosed Mon. Oonte's, 4269 Lankershim Blvd., North Holly- wooe, 169-1566. VarieN of jazz enlenain- eot 7 nl9hts, featuring top-name eig 9anLs, puharisls, s and laz[ mu uensa oln er to 1 e ; .m. Ete.,t4°3 N. La 0rae,0]4L431. Now reaWres Llsco dan ing ane live banea.sz aCmiaaian. Callor bookings. The Oreve, AmbasszCOr Hotal, 94co Wilshire 6Pod.. <50-0JBfi. Top art15t6 in jazz, IEZZ- :ee rck, rllythm anE blue maybe orien. unUpweslem, Call for beokinge. Hen9 6on9 Bar, Oenlury Plzze Hotel, 2025 AvenL'e cl the 31arA Century OI4y, 99-PI100. Enlurtainmenllor dancing nl9Mly akc. Mon. Ozll lor entertalnment $1 chxr3e Tueu4hcrss and $un.; 63 Fi:$el.a The Ice HOUSe, 24 N. Mentm Ave., Pasadena. CB1A942 1AUSic ene c meEy. Mon: Thun. 03C a'. 10:30 p.m.I Fri:6at 39Q 1090, ti'BC.SUn.O'.3c show plp5lalenlnigM.AU9. 63. Jeckle Vemon, Pecos. AuO. 9- Mag Wnael & 1he Lug Nuts Au9. 1615 Fxls Jahnscn. Au9. 10: Kevin George. Call for othar bcekn95. King Mhar's KeelaVent, 6510 platl. Oana9a Park, 34]-3338. Jaze bnoes antl Big Band w9b the "Bwing Era' s une. Blo-narreTevacallsts and mstrumantallsl5- - 32 wsnnc
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PEOPLESGAPE Le New Noll)Iwood DYo Iangu PIm willbeshotinthe Good friends Louis Malle and South. I ve alwavs put jorn. in Alexsndre Slewurl hvve arrived my Ghrs; (his film rvill hm'e to in town fur whatdfrector ]fallc do dirardy withlazz." fLarombc [nacn, Murnnv o( Stewart Ss revising o of rhe Heart) ealls his Hollywopd F Scott FitegemlPs lasv shprt "da/-boo° smr h h-h 'p 'J otape ~ Stewart aMalle,C d d and anLd tarth Wme -Work- 'CmHaut aRmss, wr pl y d-n shop at tF A cn F'm in- ~ 1rv,loT enl i3/aa-k Sloa 9;mte,follox _p thce ampleof i inds headf , Dvu Can n811en 6urstyu auto questions Ihun she deems ne - and Anne Rncrn0, who va alsa svry on herpregnsn~ uc«ess role Giacted pmP•*= tAeru n r fi t IJ .b V'. l"All y I ^I SI ~ rl I I P d u.ed wus P;Ilok I wvsn't the bl l~-z thamseHef rc.dly prgnentGll e yearlnler" ., Nollyx,.rr lovebird The pair hav settled inm a t~ +tugethcC Sm d 16 'b'v R C y 1II iuld tl ~ C t'C9 thY will g hpsunn sanly, sl } t 1 Ch :I ' `h' 1 I) ck P 11 a d ALII z_y, hu fint Fnnl.ek 1 ue 911isu - Following in Burt's Footsteps (Sort Of) Uulike lighm/ng, Cumropmimu Magazlne does str;ke tw the houswom_ Fin ~it zappednBnrt Reylmlds to nule heights of fame, and r enav it II exppsed his lon~ime Holly- ', wood Hills roommatcq stvrvmsn Hal Feedh:w, us Bachelor of the Manth. So w ]'eedhar , too, u hundreds of Ian Icmcrs wih ssages Iike. "I Ihoughht . . so hacdsomv Coll m WeThOngh both m Imve built Iheir rlves5ea unJ rheirwoukand"Welac ~Hal s the longest ong, cebehvshadishls ~ 11 with deLth During his I3 yr Ihe business, he's jum . i a 113-foot dminas nal in mcket-powcl.r and dropped from cn - onto a galloping ho -. I.I stepped in to do Y 5:~~ t devil scenes in IVLiIe 3. Lrmky Lady end the up Nmkemneon. So Secret, I Didn't And inst m show whea me;r Know 1 Was friendshie ~ at, xars p¢s(pm~ mg a projecl of his own to woa Doing It v Bur moa, 9eom.ran Repurts of CIA abusa have be- w3ich begIDSshoolfuQ this I almost as onplace onth 'Tm going to hlmv ~ ~c ncitlc;sm of the Diamond people's minds with thjs o Lane. Thclnle.l v;dimto fivger ;s fa[ r fashio he pro e5"I'm goin5 m do a the ncy e full baekfii with a rocket- me P model Candy lones,n pnwered car." ried to New York redlo avd - ing Pelzr, 6pgdanarkh-di TV PersonaHty Long John Nehel. She lells all in her book, The Canlrol of 6artdy lar rL ss s"the Company" s uckednher tm that a split personvlity n med Arlene did all IFClegsvork:I .,ten yea s of mIng top-sc ret ..... ds. BetSoncsinsis2 her alte[ ego a nnder -ontrot "When ,erI feel Arlens srerhng to out, I just ¢rab rhe piec ofn1e:ad from my New York h hvtIcarry.Ite SuP ArI fm Neitl¢rJonesn rArlenewas I paid a nc tor her labors, al- I though bills wcrc taken care of by ch ti 5 h no clmnss kn I J fIber ga alter o tl -se Nor xs he rseJ to smucas crets eut of Rurivn spia. Jones suysn ih r d 1 a g uP nscd in Ihet b> d f,nrly tiatrp> did h ..ess But I J a t p..s mnster,,
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York Lni~crsity. Therc, he was a star pcrrormcr on both the football md base- hall tcamx. end in hb scnior v tr he upolned hotn syoidr-(Laxt Octobeq in eognitlon of his a:hic.cmenc, he inducted into the NYU Hall of FameS) For the next three vears he played professioiul baxeball the minor i leagues. working his way up to a briet appearance with the Brooklyn Dodgers at the end of the 1943 ze v. AAfter a couple of years of servicein the Navy, he rejoined the Dodgcrs In the spring of 1946. at which time he met Branch Rickey, the almost legcndary president and gencral m cr of the Dodgers, who asked hlm If ~be wovld work for the team in ihe ali-season in addition to plaving. Campanis happLly agreed. In the nreantime. Rickey had an urgent _ cut for him: to go to Montreal, the Dodgers top farm club, for the 1946 season and work with a youug player they had rhhea- So Campaals went. playing shurislup and coaching the fellow at secnnd hexe. "He picked things up very 9nlckiy," Compani.a devdpan.c He must hnve. Jackie Rohinson went on to make some- thine of a name for himself. The foltowing year. 1947, Campenis reired as a player, and for the next three scz.ons m naged tnree different mimr- ha3ue balhclnbs. During the ofi-seasen, he continoed m mork for Rickey,and in ~ 19>C he joined the Dodgers full time ns , . em. By 1939, when me Dodgers moved to Los Aneeles. Campanls was appointed director of smoting. Branch Rickey mtat have been a pretty good seout himself, for the man he had re ruitcd in tura seooted and signed such sLrs as Sandy Koufax, Robcrto Clemente, Tommy Davis, Bob Aspr:rmontq Pete Richert and Sandy AmarosA fo 1968 he was made vice president and director of player per- nnel, and s uired the power m add m or get ridaofthe players he had outcd and dcvclopnl thrmtgh the Dodgcr farm system. And he wasted no Gmc in u g that power. ArnUnbLe ln mpgra [eatber m' Srafnmmzdre Jrsbric HundC.'ed I Lo~da XV Oysn bm CM1..:. , ry • 4rral.ry • UBnureorr ~ Gabriel Victor Cu=rom Fu.oilu.e Co11eo4mu . 104e ,.. m.a., cai.•. un .. VE 68 tcsais_tE. "[ am not interested in building a tearn for o o" Campanis says. . I want to buildfor a decade." Por that ru.son, he goes on, "we will somctimes make trades that dont look so gocd at frrst. Bat I'd much rather trade a player ar too saon than a year mo IaleP Mon [avs, howeveh arx oot wang to .uspend juyunront that ImL^- and al- readv nan_v arc erumbling that Cam- panis nlew it thls v a when iv succes- vc devls he gaee up lVym, Fcrguson, crawford and .farshall . tne frtst and last ot aham wcre smlwans on the 1994
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The white rum screwdriver. It's enough to make you swear off vodka. It's hard to fault the vodka ~ screwdriver- It's truly a fine drink But-and we say th is with al I due humiltty-a white rum screw- driver tastes even better. White mm from Puerto Rico just seems to have a natu ral affinity lor orange juce. It's as R they belonged tcgel'nerall along. '. Maybe because ofwhite rum's unique smoothness and subtle taste-achlevedonlythroug'nnatu- I ral ag ing. Vodka isn't aged at al I. Maybe because our wh Ite : im is dlsti l led at such a high proo Whateveritisyouoweltto yourselftotasteawhitenim @p~ screwdriver. You might just swear offvodk.AndstaRswear- .t-- ingbywhIIerumfrom ~,~ Puerfa Pico. ~~ ' PUfRTO RICAR RUIIIS ~ -j
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Look at it this way: If your morally pure little economy car has $3,000.00 worth of cozy optionals, why are you still drinking ordinary scotch?
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".. Bolles didn't waste tlme with street hustlers; his quarry were those who are supposed to know better about fast- bucking on a crooked track.." 33 4 per cent Interca is only the start and use clvic appoimments in an rmholy I mslnn°ather blame LL an the air <ondi- tion I iCS tne hot to hustle a buck on ih . Enltcpreneurs are dtiven to and restaurant buRct _es rc the batchlug of frauds and , ~-..a place. With direct mail ..lsemen t selLhcm inEn- di~nn _T.eaokyo something they can't Iled The Valley of the Suei` br.b out the juice nnd the birds [or hose state coumy and fedewl ot3'rvlals teho ee inlo public mrvlce for whatever privxec a s be sucked out of O:c.athcadv re elos to of senior cirizem ana mna who balieve that Wcsteroers , re eicen to wholesome ethlas and string- In¢ up evildoerv from the nearest tree- Ai_aht. the West-where e n the dev= of v e aon't fit nowadnvs into hixmry with mnch prlde left inn_ct, nln t', =nch a m rick sprawl that eu ~he hof Ora_nnixed Come can9 d the 8.,innale any more than Fnst- fin vritc" c Harold i avlne -who wctm pr.~ wir.rials ror the Arizons ^ ttr. rarted from all .rthzlb, . i:eliiidlVOrldsandhas ~ - . -ek. Vbf. Forbee- ~. - i.. k ac ent from under , ~ . . c plantadou o . ,d.i'I rele: mvtebtslnesc F.z he .. e..lly edminals. It h„r,en. n.. . mlty that srow~s f is c~mm Ihuc x. l .: iln,r.anized Crlme. a ve, - imation becauie itc dons are unprodicnle. Thcrc's no renl book on haw IL opern- Thcrc's no official runk ordcr ~V mansion O rsc.. Orsc. there nr or as don't hlrv , reporter and just take your lumps. One of the problems of spollin_¢ men of ~ ihe Fcw Moralily of M1oneonseienceness eing in for enlarful is that besides not ¢ - haodnames,thevdressfurthemarkct- lolm.SAarnnonbeic:-red^~hepnni, rohtsp.elrmmn.yhe, plac^. ¢_et good srationery nnd x pres- indmbomhinbi ~ep.~ Dae [loilus, enrrrzm, donPn9r?(9 _ - Y4
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"'" VpleS iI i LOS ANGQES MAGAZINE ANNUAL RESTAURANT GUIDE ~- ~76-77 ~ ` OHNALVIN
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•ONEOIfAE:' CLUN tiCOTCHI . W,fF.~..ncd.'/ BLENBEn SCBTCH WN16K1 - B69 PaBBF - SCBTrl6N f MF UNMISTAKABLY wUtC' IMPORTERS W. - LOS nNt['• Johnston C605 'Murphy Over one hlmdred years of 4ine shoe making. 408 N. Rodesl Dc/Beverly Hills/(213)'276-05L Sou[h Coast Pl'aza/Cosla bIusa/C711) 049-18:55 52 _axnart__ a e i[ fnnnding In 1946 a a war surplue ond the dealership. President NlJmrd tladcl, owner of 10 per cent of The Akro:i s privare action bul power- less to de-escalate the war at the top, laokcd on in horror as decisions piled up, morale deteriorated and paralysis set in. The situation became so intolerable by early summer that rumors of bank- rupsy flew at the rate oi Iwn u day. Then, in July, Jack A. Levin and his brothcr-in-law Barry I. Helman ap- prooched The Akron with an undisclosed take -.Ibr-lesve-it cash offer. By August rhev owned 30 per cent of the troubled iwhich they later upped to 90 percenr by purchasing Fields' ra ing 10 per cent. In short strokes, i vln's and Helmsv's fvm, lack A. l.evin & Assocfates, med connol 1 mid- n ompletc with the turmail andae$650,000 luss-and ended the celcndar year with a healthy chalu and nn impressive proht of $95].000. That's a turn-nronnd i months of more lhan SL5 mllion,aand, ir wlly, last year turned out to be the chains best ix yezrs. If izvin and Helmnn hadn't stepped in a year ago, The Akron might well bavc gone under, although Helman insists '•they weree i t as bad off as they thought they were _. The old management was a little more pessimistic thnn they should have beea" The numbers seem to back this up: coutrary to r s, the c- pany had been only matglnally profirable of late but was not losine_ m ney. (its most recent losing year w s 1993, and profits in 1974 wero n sickly SI00,000 on a volume of S60 million.) And while the operation had moved slightly away from Its merchandlsilra concept by expanding into low-profit staple lines and clothing, that should have been a simple mistake to corttcc The renl prob- lern was the bitter and rancornus i- Ilghting between Fields and Fink.'nVlren you a e sFenamg yonr dme argning ln meetivgs," says I.evio, you don't have the time to handle company bnsiness." But, even crippled as 1t was by dissen- n, The Akron probably could bavc limped alons much longer if Union Bank hado t Ilnauy seen enough. It's axiomativ 'n the business world thnt yuu can lose your wlfq your Rlercedes and your mem- bcrship at Pip, and s101 survrve. But if van incur the wrath of your banker, you are dend. Wethout permanent financing, ore was no way for The Akron to cminue. Actually. The Akron had been u- offic;nlly np for sale for two years, but only because of pressure from the bank. Ficld; and Fink didn [ want ro mll, aF masl xs if Ihey were enloying the combat
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un619PM. o. In AugusC Stan Kenlen and omhestrx ana meny olners. oall fOr limei ana baoxln- 'veai.e t~nV Impprters,010fhiersforrhe Twentieth-Oentu/y NaturalMan 9740 Wlshlre Boulevard at Linden Orive - Beverly HIIIS, Calilornla 90212 273-7414 . _ CENTRAL CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH Sales and Service !S 9TH and WESTERN PI ION6383-2191 In th(, Heart of the'l.'i'.shire Dlstr. I ]a i05>nssl[s Introducing our new double-breasted navy blazer with brass dome buttons. A traditional blazer in a lighter weight flannel. Also available in forest green and mid-gray.8165.00 :Ji'ouL'CR -e~ i rRd(eC~.JJGGL~.ea al ¢tllea 2= conefcare~ lead Soulhwick Suilslrom $175.00 Our Ofher Good-LOokrng Suils from 8135.00 Z~'i~ I "I, il 8107 pur - 36 mo. opun-end lease m'ItI19 J I iral rtaIllcLlon Call _= rnanrger-Rlcharel Parks AII'.~ f~.'.- +,elsr:allable ugMEOme.'e. Hermosa eear" 3]2- e91t MI - me-l ough Aug. '.Elfa James n,gua Aua-. 3 15. . Mo ~ Alli- n. Aun __2'. LA Fow. Gail for other baokings. Student discaunt Tue. The Palomino. 6907 LankorsMm, North Hnlly- woa4 r659256. Mcn,: Sln9les nlghL AII the prime rib you can sal for IJ.50. rhurs.: Tel. ent night, cash prize of 5150. Call fpr bookings. Parisian Room, e r at La Brea and Wash- Inglo4 936-5]04 ~Varlety of lazx enterlain- enl 7 nights by lop-name vocalists and l s, too. Through Aug. 15: Maxloe nWCld n' uCCll tor other bookings, Haacal's.4401 Atlaollc Blvd.,LOng Beach,422. tTeS. Luncn 11 am-2 pm. MOn.Fri. Dinner 5 p.m -2 a m, aslly-Sunu9y brunch 11 a 3 p.ni 9teeks, prime rib, seafaod. DRCothn pue aencing 4 o m.2 am-aaily lo recorded mos c. they have a library of 1 500 recVrds, ana oanca mstructors are on nane m reaen. TM1e RoMyegoo9 6runeel 6mE., W asl Hmiywooa, 8]8-2222. Variety of m cal xCls, from ehows 1 rock to nlgMClua pop mu&C csu mreookmgs. Shaker Meuntainlnq 990 R CentraL Glendel¢, 240.c6oe Entertainment nfgnlly At 9, Sioger/ guileria: Nalhan Tnom pertorms pop, mck, anaaras ana ... ntrY-weslern masln. In- cluding bi5 c ompasfmns. alarerna, 8151 sama Momaa Blva., West Nol- Iywoo0,556-2200.LIve rock and discotheque and dancing every night 6 p.m.P a.m. Caslorbookings. TroubaJouq 9016 Santa Monica 91va.. West Hnllywood, 276-6168. Call for bookings. Comedy Comedy Storq e433 Sunset, Mallywooq G96 6225 or2]5-]941. Evenin9-long marat11c0 D/ medytalnl by new comedmns and estilb. Ilshed c medlens. such as Gaba Kaplan, limmle Wslker, Steve Lsndesberg, Richard Pryer acd Freddie Prinze, who c a here to work out new outlnes. Opens at 9:30 p.m. Two-drlnk small charge. Comedy 91ore West, s1621 cover cod, 477-4751 or 2I5-0641. Opena at 8:30. Continuous shows by comedy groups from 9 p.m. on. Comedy Store SouO opns in San D:ego1431a Oo9an Blvd.,Pacillo Beach. 210-5404).'Shows at 6:30 Tue.Thurs.; 8:30 ana 11 FrL-Sat. Mn., 8 p m.. Istslenl nlgbl. Impromptu 6a9e6 627 N. Vermont, 664-P865. Mpllimedla enlerlainment workshop feablr- Ing ooigin3l o aC/ plays, slandcp c gxiler-gaiterists and the Comedy lso ~TUne. at ]1, ino-muclo9 TV comedy writers ' ana alans. °KOnse Klmch; xP l-s s meEy tuxb audience p Impmvcsatonal ICIpa1b0, C an~ly plays Fri.5a1al B 30 ana 19 p.m.ulealudng c medlan/oompany mreaor aasly ens. Creele,woerbwn.bagel plus coffee is $2.50. The Improvisallon. 3192 Melmse, 651-25e3. Formerly New York's eldest music/comedy cm/tlgblclub/showcase anp a pmving gr0unc m the likes of L1za Mlnne7, Dick CXVeU, Bette Mldley Davld Frye end Llly Tomlin. 52 c r arge, 3a1l only. Open , nuanlons everySu char ge n- Man.Tturs.: S350 drlnk mlclmum-Frl: Sat.135 arlnk minimum- OlOSCd Sun. Menu ranges from $2 ham- burger l0 5T slrloin- Mama's Room at the Up Enlertalnment COm- plex, 333 S. La Clenegn e69-0212.Features mummedig musmal cenedy r called "HCt TV" tarrinp Mama's Boys Sun., Tue. cantin<ird on pu¢e 39
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PEOPLESC - Diamond in 1heRough-Up Around midnight, a curt voice crackled o r Neil Diamond's front-gate otenvm.'7hisisthe Sheriffs Department; we have report of a bcrglar near your num omc end gct him," said Diamond, letting the fuzz in- and :hereby setting the stage for a two-0our nlghtmarc. The visi- tnrs-all 25 of them-came mad with a search w they were looking for drugs~l Ihought at Grst it w a bad practical joke,' Diamond r calla. "But they w e deadly se 4_Ituns9uitees real" The dru; squad left empty- hunded. Well, nul qmte. They fnund one madjuenn joint nnd ~ Diamond preunted each oquer with a copy of his new albnm, duly autographed. The Ex-Breck Girl: Splitting Hairs Isn't that ]delya Smith, the Breck gidl Not anymore. Breck, after pacting laelyn to pitch their prnduct on the tube for four reatr.opted for a new mana usnmea r.<- brain n was washed up as a TV hair- ly person. They assumed wrong. The heads of Wdla. 4nowing set of luxunous locks when they see them, quickly signed th` Horr.. sbom -.,:aoty to n s of>r,,,, the arst of w weh naae her expm; ing ",t she switched hhampoas l~.vme- fnir tSese days on htad. Ave. Indyn will be a iing yet nother per e thfs fall a of a tio of female sleuths in ABC's whlmsical chad/1s dn- yela. Usualty the networks a Inmh to nimw meir :eaams I actors to appcor ln comme.ruals, since this limits the purzntial spocsn markct But faclyn's omractstipulutes thal, In addi- tlon ta deu -a9 c e o ehannA she be permittdto -Ive ' uty pmblems all o the dial. Now ihanr the way to Oh, Brother! Although not for want of try- ing, superagent Sue Jfengers able to turn Yfick Jagger inm another Paul New- o.She might hcinteresled to s c - ow tF.at there t eond l oagg the Hollywocdhom o7ent dying to be dlmove[ed. Mick's younger brother Chrig 26 Iplc tresm a erstwhile pop sin¢er.has abandoned London and is w amw'mg n employ t - men n L.A., a rin6 cattle wllvalong wlthlegions of othcr young hopefula and attending eclivg clascet_ Ghrfe, wYth plenty of his slhlinqi bmshuese audleanlinesd en showed np with 200 nssort - adothers t audhlon for that alleged °Cvry GmnN' mle in Nne WesPSfilm aertzve Armed widr a rtmmc hnd glossles, he admltsd,':Ny ohonees ave sllm_ t'm nottheCary Orauttypa.but ut least I have an Englah a rnt;' IOkny, kid, IeCS hear you say, "ludy, Judy, Judy.') 47
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\.. l Inc01Y9rnporaNLrplianaylirg,fe4l~yLIF welgMCrltpErl~liYlw AtAlMISOQM1pppm rmOeroYaurlntDVltlualpppsrptlllam. Avallable in 6[olarz5235 Vest 540. Suns lrom $225. 2-0week tlebvery. A5klo5cewrbeaulilulselecfionolHOllond &SnenYlobnrslromLOnCOnlmrn54J5 ~~ GREG CHAPMRI'1 tGJ 50. ROBERISON &VD. ~ BEVERLY IiILLS }f BLK. SO.OF WIISHIRE IEIF:6591R5 For the woman in the upper tax bracket, municipal bonds are an outstanding investment opportunity. Municipal bonds provide safe, high yield, and perhaps more impor[ant, a source ot income that is exempt from both state and federal income taxes. The specialists at Security Pacific Bank's bond department spend all of their time and energy select- ing the best possible issue for each customer. For a copy of our free booklet, "Tax-Exempt " call Securities & The Investor, collect (213) 613-5155 and ask for Marilyn Bettencourt. She's the person who can help you see lcss of the tax man- SECURRY R4CIFlC 8/WK Bond spectalists for the indrvidoel- firm iu 1970 allcr 12 re.ns wilh fhtilty. c mlivc. c- Ler n Frovid~c thc n sirlcteC I..aoning H,lxais vclo- lilc ofrca r .olur'm.u,.. IbinRing. aLid Ilelm '~rno.r yur r the r.. ur . JLA m~ide The surtlinydecbwn ro p ,.h s rn v: ri v g:I le7, he r.hf a v tvB . I d t h he h tb -- zlo I I dp'^ m[ le I .-r I. h r l lh ne bocot.r.i tlln. _ ndlsapp.arv . . c d. ng :mJ , i i , .. I ncrea s rhar wttc ine A-.muge. uni9uc oddtull eurh' Th Fn_es_ Hclmaa "ARTuv aanr in tJ dld I ob... Nlnc monlhs Ialc-.thc ce,tauon wm- nr pieled. the job pcid oT-harrLxomely and in cush- In 6pril of ttis year, after lorher 3D dacs of rslking Ihal is ternted 11a "zasy n go(adoif bc Helmen. J~. ~m _a per cent reemtt in Tne Akmn lo Thiifn,-Dmg Smres Compeny ,md lo per ei.t m for.eer Ralphs Groeerc Compuny chlef. Rieh:vd Rslphs. a closc frlend of Thd[t_v bnR I eaoord Snauas. 1LT re ncd o-t0 per cent in- terestn nnd Akran president Richnrd Hadel and PomilY rcrained n) per cent. Bur e ccdcc Heln In. "Thnfry knaws Ih- ~~ nece mntrol anytimx thcy w~ c with Richard Ralphs mmring in asnchuirman-eud chief ececu- tive ol5cer- c ompnnp Ihat is aspecinl -..IhernCWlforniuna- I.c.ssneel- .~rh'c(3516m]lion _. . _ ,. . ...ash and c I ~_ Thec Akron 1 b . : ( hi,c and I I, erc ', ;LA adds f I pr. I.'h m s:,red n.~lmrc Ralphs L .3, considerable clout within '. nin-~a well as enensive ndmSnisrmJoc ezpenencc. ds >.kroa's new top m a Ralphs has mvlpmined a swliied low profila in his fira moatlu ml thc iob. All he II say 8-"[ . ecp'ension in The Akron= L'uturq" and promises that me chnin n.lu 'Set back into eeciling, promo5onel-rype memhandise." Bur Ralohs is elated to be bwk mn- nine hls own show. He hsd been resless ee leavicg. lu-a pcar. the helm ef his fmcih's L. -r dain. which "r r xrn1e.~ acqutzd in 1967 bv Fedctn[cd Sores. The Akroa post is e RaIpM aiahes, nnd he gives e nod m I evin and Helmaa rhe guys wno aswed The A ron. `They wcrc balh very hclpfirL' s Ralp)s. AnJ suyoncwho erem up in Lm An¢des with a senhmcn_lnl =uachrnent to trlvcts nnd ncllieu mra c, nca oem- pru meat would havc m xgree-  56 Lca+ac`_s
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VClml dhhoc brintia, :Wboy t::kr, atcng Spsrklinu rutcs nf tinklinR rr, stal. imPres +ivv stuvk+n[ i~xquia l r chiun and rlv>".mt silrrr 1 r:n:.. Punrh hincl. mld , h:d'inc d I.hcc'I'hey all ipVaar' tcith thc awv uf u phunc rall tn unr :dl- effieient Kevtttl C'm~~ultunt. AnJ dis;I ppcar itr, t as oasily a[tcr the party. Spacious tenL anJ Lril{in r:mapie, ara tvhiskod utree And ohairs, tahlex and rnlurful lin . canish like last nii;ht's n 13crau.r after the I;uenld.:md thr iaterrr tnld thv flori+l «v rarmunionJod hate lunu :Ahlmc mimt. s bark t,. lakv it .JI mcac_ 5o mhe:: , 'mi ro L:nSn;; a Vurty. rall us. If m aceJ helD Plannin;G nur prulr>snval 1'artc CnnsuLLant aill rninr In your hume. trac ~~f thar~t_ Thcn enjoy yoursrlt a[ your ABBE9 REIITS p...: .,. , n pm-[y. Like there's no tornnrrotc. Eat drink and be merry for tomorrow Abbey will take it all away.~~~
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ltiC iS'mquporclA eheerfuL i reclinF lixha beer with u uru n pleminp shnrlmeu- THEIMPORTED BEERS ' aistrafia:Swon L'a_aer. .Wstrla: cdiscr's Itght Malt Liquor. ca.,era Dark Beer. Braad: Brahma Chopp. Canndo: LaBatGr Ale, hlolson's Ale. Dewls Alc. China: Tslnerao Beer, Yuchuan Rcer, Tai- wan Beer tRCpublie of Chlna). Denmark: Car66erg Special Dark Laeer, Iltborg. Red Eric hialt Limmr- CarL bere Beer. Cercx Beer. Cadsbers Elephant >Salt I Gc '. Peters Brand PiLsnee Thor Beer. England: Wh'ubread Pale Ale, Bass' Ale, Watney-s Red Barrel Rceq Watne's Stingo Ale, Whitbread Brewmaster Becr. Frnnce Pelfonh 43 Malt Liquon Pdfonh Pale Malt Liquor. Gernlany: L'owenbiau Light Speciel- Pschorr Malt Liquoq Dinkeluker Llglrt ]talt Liquor. LLwenbrYn Oktoberfest Malt Llquor, WBrzburger Llght Bem', Donmun- der 6mnen .Nalt LiquoS Hofbrtlu Llght Rescae. \tonkshof Amber Light, Ritter- Bran Bock, uennineer, Dortmunder Union Pilsener. Dinkelacker Gock, St Pauli Girl Beer, Spn¢n Mmieh IIght, RllteeHrau ~ Dark. Berliner Kindl-Weisse. Grcece: Fix Reer. Ilullnnd: Helneken Dark, AmrteL Ireineken La> Gelaud: Herp Lmer. IW>': SpluSCn Dry, Peroni. daP n: Kirin Beer, .4sxhi Lagen. Sapporo Laecr hres Dos Equis Bee. Cana Blanca Beeq Ind[o Beer Dark. Bohemia Ale, Vio- lona Beer. ]'ew Zealand: Zcalandio HalF & Half (4oqt and lamrY Leopard Lager. Phillppines San 1fiYuel Dark Peer, Ssn M1neiLie_ht Bezr. Pnland:0kocim Porter. Bcotlnnd: AIavEwms Edinburssh Ale, Nac- EwaSS ScocL Ale. SnStudnnd: FeldschlDscrchen Reee Lbwen- brriu Zurich Dark. Tnposlevin: Niksicku Tivo Lighl. CURIOSITIES ArafLPede, n nnnlceholic, brewed bcvcr- , astes like becr, e sod¢. Another [he e. Beek's 31uk-Trnnk, b a bit lu Ninll, nude n Svitzerland, e beer but c s le:s than Lof I percenl alcohol.ScM1ulB:eissis a hlzhlv azbanuted becr_ mnde m be m-d with fruit symps a ordl>Ls- Did v u know mal sake.s a.taelly a beer, not a urae.  Half-gallon size regularly $i8.29, now ~z6.95• Rombvy Gin,Curported ffom Erglmid. Super6lydre and gende. One taste and vou'Il beone of its lo.al followers. SUIDIIter Sale Beginning August 3 Jfl?no[' -- 63
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Through Oct 31: The first Gcmic a..niolnon hom Armand Ham ccllecnon ol works by oaum~e6 Franc9 irgreaMSt 191b-eemury IBbqreGnor nrd oancalmisl. Among lbo m=rs la a rare immess,on of Gamamua alaln9~921 s e o1 NIn9 Louts Pn.npqa wnicn resuued in oaumiar's Imprisonment. Olherrhemes:doctors,lewyer and Iheatec TM1mu9M1 Aug. ]9: "The Seneoous Line": 60 drawings from India. Hours: Tue: F:i. 1e-5, Sa1t and Sun. 10-6. Nuntin9ten Llbnry, Art Gellary end Batanlcal Gardens, 1151 Oxford Hd., San Matlna,T92- s141. ubrary: Through Sep1.50: °The Slmr or [he unllea Slales: A Fragile Union": arl9mal printed mAedals reiann9 to the lor aof the federal and state govern- menls.TNOUgh Au9, "The Wondrous Architecture or the World: Five Centuries of Great Atlases, 14T5-19]i" Rd Gellery: Throu9M1 Sept.: Oil sketcbex drawings and walercoiors from the permanent callec[mn. Also. Wedgwood rmm Ine Kadlson callec- lmn. Hours: Tuesun. 1-4:30. Closed Man. and holidays. J. Paul Getty Museum, 17985 Paclllc Coast Hwy„ Malibu, 454-2111. Visitors by c shouiL cxu or wAe In advance to 9varantee Yarking and admission: 454E541, Three maior cOllections-Greek and Roma - Ilgulfies, Western European peintings, 16fh- ntury French tlecoretive arfs-housed in onstruction of a nclent Roman villa. Tbaugh Sept 8: Recent additions lo Ihe Greek and Roman collectlon: colns, veses. jewolry, m and sLSluary. Also, Neories and teahn qaes of m m pholagmphy. M1ow xs used to ~- km em the mndlran ot tar oa tlon: to . . ,ch: lo prrov.atle m al mr om m pultlwatlona: and tn a s~9 in me'~Eeteatlva^ work of re arcmng and studying ebjects by eans af iolet anprl infrared Ii9hl.mTErou9h Au9tlv16: "los Oisparates;' the last and perhaps !ne provqcative cycle of Gaya efcningsmconslsting ol symEOlic and nlgMmarish absurdlties that relepl the pes- , 9eomer and oopres5iun in Spaln eurlbgm ,1he 1s2oe. Garden Tea Room has cafeterizastyle lunch 1030-2 and e ackstill 4'.30. New nours through Sopl. 1]'. Mon. FrL 10-3: closed Sat. and Sun. Nanon Simon Museum of Rd. Colorado at Oran9e Grove, Pasadene, <39La49.ln ad- ditinn to its u modern cOlleclio0. the nou snpainNngs and sculpture rtcm 1ne extensive aOlleotions of the Nor- ton Simon Foundaron and the Norton sr n, Inc., Founaanon. Lurrenlm o exhibit: oid Masler pamunge, mcluamg mbrandp Rubens, Gaya,Zurburan and others as well as lafar warks by Marsse. Picasso, eraane, Souline, Srancnai. Moore and Maillol', seven Flemish tepeSGes; Gautheasl A'an seulp fure. Hours: TM1Ura.Sun. naon-6. Closed Mon_Wed. Adults $1.50, students 500 , ehll- dren under 12.1ree. California Stale Muxum olSClence and Indus by,T00 Stale Or.,Expusifion Park,l<9-n191. Anatomy of a Renaissance Man The rirst American preeenlaren cr anatqmdal ssudles by Leonereo da yiom opens Au9.T at the County Art Museum and c0l esthrough Sept.5.The seloctlon o/43 drawings ranges from what appear to bein ardc's e e9 sWdleg. to tbe fllghly mphrstlcated seNes uf osleologicel and myoleglcal cludles, to the later exuberanlly skilllul accolmfs of tllsseCllp6 explslnlpg 1re caellwa4vla5 nervOOS respiralury Isry aad90. Hours: TU2 -0BL10-loe and Son lsql dmwings reflecting his maccuacyinoltlag 10-5, 5af 6.ClosedMon. .l OFIFNTAL IMAGF,RK lne Fu I 4xeeomkrbEly a: home on ow hbsM1SS lleal :rnn! David Brown. onalyes'Ar~0rs9yln Elack/tauye/ rgmy/sMite. PS-M-L s1xnA8. W. Lpuh9ewear,e1111we6W aNres. 0 gu[aks ~ WiNE ~ Lo6adGELES 15 a
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that was npidlv slnkhre thdr eompany. tlicn s' I it, mukc somc m and gc Fiv x parties had ncgmiacd (bn - hoick it, r r traditiophl mlc" And that rlndinc ThrifnD0.ac- _ Fnr nathlrn had _ -a pre= . I huppened. . oni~ of Ir .e Ihc, aaJ bcc adc. t - L:Im `I dun'L It w at this point rhat Levin and have .h.: t.o. ead J..on doesn't havc the Hrlm,m eonmtiued their company with time to play ganv:.. `Ve mzde a dec smn an offcr. nnd thc busincss fairp story be- one afterneon. Jack and I went to The ynn. Butp ou may suspecq you haven't yet heard Ihe entire story. Jack A. Lerln & Assodvtts, (JL4), you sce, had far moa w stuke in ving The dkrou than crcic prldc in a locvl fnsdtu- tlon-]L4 was a malor.xvdor to Akron, to whkh it supplied all sorts of hl¢h- .vlume promotional _seeg,uvs and eini crackery - Indlun Jewelry. vn[hene dimnonds. artlfacts from Chlnv, e mo!orcveles. Ip fact. 1LA did fulhm1e~ pumaaoF it, $26 million 19]5 volumc wioh thc chaln. And more The Akron's local ontlets had developed into a convenient and enthusiastic test laborntory for JCA'e prOtnotlonalscheme.s and products- Per- fected here- ILA then eeportcd the us. able Idevs and pmdncts to it, two dmen other customers across the counlry. It :u simply a case of 1lA lasing too mech cf a qood thin_e if The Akron folded (ss well as probzbly a mtllion dollars wed JLA hy Akron if bsnkmp¢y re- sulted). Spo in elfeee ILA was saying. 'He11 we'II buy The Akroq make it hezlthv, profitzble and atmctive, sv our biggest customer and guinea pig, Akron people and safd. 'Thls is the deal ...you have 30 tlaye...i( you dotit want it, goodhye.' Wejtsst kind of forced vn wcr.rnarstnewa, weare... But amaryr re n the deal went through, and went thmuJh sn quickly, s that the quarreling ovnerx stopped nadin5 awap long enongh to reauzc the chances were good the company they hxd personally solLed and shaped would not lose its idendt, with 1LA. Bernie relds, scll a vicc presitlent and merchao- dlse naqerwimTnenkro,.tnongnn ngeraan and Hy Flpk now lodesotingnwst of his time to senlpting, approved the devL 'They knew we en't gomg to tape the conpany,' says Hclman. Levin, at>4, is a dapper and soft-speken veteran of the merchandlsin who began hls carzen in San DieSo by found- ng Ileaventy Donut Shops; he formed JLA in 1969 after z number of yeace as erchandising execunve-Thc younger Helman, 37, is the impatient, rapld-fre brotherirvlaw who was coaxed into the Lease FrcnnYottr Authorized Franchised Dealer Avoid Thc Middlemao's Profit lFe Are A FranchL,ed Denler For Mercedes-Benx • Volvo Buick • Opel • Honda 1976 Mercedes-Benz 280 Sedan $232.16 Mo. pWs 2x, cap, cvst 012-]00- term vzl eseco0. $ /W.04 to saart lesse. 36 mc.O.E.L.O A.C.-10 123941 1976 Mercedes-Benz 280 Coupe $237.33 Mo. plus tax, oap, ppst 313io6C- eEE.200. aaissno saq iease. 3ti M o. D. E. L. G A. C. 10107379 1976 Volvo 264 DL $148.55 Mo. p/uslax,cap.cpstE69sC- term vkue33850. 3b9118tostertlease. 36 Mo.O.EL O AC. ID 024116 1976 Volvo 245A $142.51 Mo. plus tax, caPCOSi $65]5- term vaue s3575. E493.6Dtostartlease. 36 Mc.O.E.L.O A.C. ID 070871 1976 Honda $57.00 Mo. 82919- u ~ ~ e b 191J0. .'n l u te 536Z..8 tps1art.. 36 Mo. aE. L.0 A:Q ID 20186e6 No Prepayment Penalty to Fepest Cu5lomers COLONIALIMPOATS COLONIALLEASCVG COLONIAL BUICK 244-8674 • 248-4414
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\ Presentmg "Mal Maisnn" bACCARAT fur Enameled bmn.e .van mm~eaeab~on W 4I93I39 1tg1GLEN00vAyF. [u,riliNEO 1930 NW se parung tls~._ ., - 5 Ily e M I BaO. S Diego 3h k p Feell I Oltl GI `- er,B P k.a^np 9 0141 T 9h S p As You Lrk .. 8 22. "Tmilus and Cressidai Ev'. iug. 3, 5. 8, lo. tl. 15, 18, 19, 21. 24. 26. 29. Ma1s.'. Aug- 1, 4, 14, R8. TIOFeIS: Tue. ThurS and Can. .111, $fis0 aad $7. FrlF and Sa1n e $/ anL50. Ma1s. 88, 66.50 and (sWdenls throu9r hlgh scnoop SA.50, "FOdgers snd Herl,'Carter Center Stage (ad- 'n In Globe Tbeate0, Balboa Park, BanrGisgo. Throu9h Aug- 2k (may be e landed rnrougn 6epL 1) : A livelytrlbute by four young players to me numorous anL amlc works of Ibe great songwTing 1aem, Tbia praducti0n Is m e tully staged n Ihe c of m oNgi~al RSH showa man w anme~ v raio n ma1 pleyee n LA. ~~ ~hia yocry iYgrJy exa_ Mond at 838 i0 80n. ma1s. el 2 TmkB1s'. Tue- Tn antl 3son evs. $SSJ. Fnn and 8a1. 36,50, Ma15 ds (ganeral admleslon) r, So tcr swdanls am emisled mirlary, . Fri, and Sa1. e 5., antl tor semor citi- onlvi ce PCPASSummer Theater Festival, Solvan9 Fes Ivel Theater, (805) 600-0688, and Santa IAOria Perfornrng Arts Oen1s< (035) g22- 8313. Paoific ConservatBry of the PCIfOrm- Ins Arte presenl5 plays In repertory Ihmugb Sep1. 12 Evee at 030, ma14. a! 2 Ma1i ere In Santa Maria only- Leonard Gernstein's "CanEIEp' Edward Albee's "6811ad or the Sad Cale;"'Gypsy;"'Romeo and JuliN;l 'Tbe Uller Glory o/ Mortlsaey Hall" (new ical) ar.d "Much ACo About NoRmg," T ckels 34. Call for scM1ebule. Occldenlal Callege Summer prama Fesllvsk Hemaen 9hd Nillside Thealer, Oampus RoaC and COons. 259-2Ty2, Annual return of this pr:zewinnlnc opemair erenl. All per/orm- 83g. Th T Id T I "(b' ed th by N N I H th e): A 9 O l6 1 G$ I I .' P 1 . 3 9. 21 A and 1b Man ', Aug. N Ily 8 E g . 16. 'A Mid- gbls O Aun.3,5,T.13-18, 01 TSee I Sing'.AUg. 9, 10, 12, 14, 13, 21. E3; ohndren under12 $1. "The Asian-AmeNeaa Hearinga." Eas1-Weel Players, 4424 Santa Mmica Clvd, 66U-0366, Thmugh Aug. 22 The 19T3-]4 hearings on pre)ueloe lowarb Asian-Ametlcans on the Wast CoOat are the lakeotf polnl for e mulli- medla extrava9ar exprss e that mhnlc g.oup's exper lhls country, 6Rtles vrdemspe, cal c meoy,sa11r0 and bcrlesque. PrhSUn. at e'.y0. $430. Graup, senior cin:en and student mscwnm. MUSIC HOllywaoe 6awl, 8LMUSiC. Acg, 3: MlChael Rerolt piano. AnErew Davis condutls. Aug. 5: Mishe Olcbtay piano. Andrew Gevls eon- Uuc15.AU9.I:The VerdiRequlem with guest Oiets and USC Nelional Workffiop Cha- e. Robert Shaw conducls, Aug, 10: The Berlioz Requiem with Seth McCoy, tenor, and the uSC Nallcnal Workshop Ohorus, Rcberl Shaw conducls. Aug. 12: Anne Oinner Giles, flule. Jean-Plerre Rampel, flutfst and cn or. Aug. 14: Lorln Hob lemler, plen4aud Oatherloa Malntenq s prano.AndrE 1(o6lelanez conducls.AUg.V and t9: Its'NSk Perlaian, v'mlla Law Fcster conducls. Aug. 21: 3aaM1 Vaughan eio9s. ConducfoNpiaqls: Jonn Orsen per- tcrma m c kom fie m s. Aug. 24: Mrabel0 Zrkovskg c fnet Aaron Gapland onbucls.AUg,29 See"A 'Fanlamlpue'En- emblc" Aug. 26: CLnsloph Eaenhach, pianc, and Polly JO BeSOL sOprenO. L2w. e Fcsler conEUOts. Aug. 27 entl 28: "TCM1alkovsky 9padaculur;'inclutllnp "1812 Tiptoe Through the Concrete The Laa Angeles Ballet cornnues its annual engagemenl anbe Alcoa Pla'a at the base otln0 M1vm mwers,cemury C11y,nexllo the ABC Entenamrem eenler. Aug.t and 4: "lyeslnna"; "Sleepin9 GeawY" pay tle bauv', "Flower Feswar' r e ca danx: "Cumber. lon OakS- (SlmonOky); "Prokollev Veolln Concertol' Au9- 6-8'. pershwin prograne "RhaF'o8y in 61ce"; "`I Gol R]ythm' V s '; 8econd RhepsaB/1 "Concerlo in F," All at 8:d0. WeO, antl Thurs. $E-86, Fri~Sur~55-EI. 4T8-0101,
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For thelife of it. 7 Whatever your age, whatever your position, whether you're retired or just launching your career, you owe it to yourself to live at North Coast Village. To initiate you to this very special way of life, you will receive 4 Lifestyle Lessons when you select an apartment. You choose the sport-surfing, sailing or tennis-and you'll receive these complimentary lessons from an established professional. It's our way of acquainting you with your new life at North Coast Village. North Coast Village perfectly blends the exclusivity of a private beachfront resort with the recreational amenities of an athletic club. So perfectly, in fact, that you'll never find a beachfront apartment to duplicate this combination of location, facilities and affordability. Rents from $180-$450. Seasonal rentals available. - 22 floor plans w:th flreplaces in each . Aivate patlos%balcnnles . Rmltm = banRedwaod anehn ml ul C r b th H d d bi t M t p g e e a c s s er woo ca ne s as er .- bedmom sultes with private bMhs • Color coordinated dapes - Ex1ra thick wzI12.~waI 1waI1 carpeting Delme fumlture packages mallable from $33 a month 24-hour seeurity wlnh closed circult lV Underground parking '. 4 night-lighted tennis conrts .2 swimming pnals - Sand vnlleyball courts '' Private men i aud women e health dubs Recreationai ya.Nion - Outdour Jacussie 1250 feet of private beach An apartment paradise by the sea. Ne.aatheMarima.999N.PxIHcSLnceamWe.Glgmmia92g54 (914)]221A4]
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500 NOTEWORTHY RESTAURANTS Your cur npIVete culinary guide to dining in and aroundLos Angeles, from'standard fare to exotic offerings;.listed according to cuisine
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SF.E p5 FOR:A TEST URIVE OR FOR AUITIORIZEII v01.vO C\RTS,\Np SERVICE: WHATSUP TRENDS & INSIDE TALK Down the Tubes Things arc turning ugly for Irwin Segelstein, NBC's executive VP for pro- gramming. Only three months into a two-year, no-cut conlrnet, Segelstein has already been dubbed "Dr. No." ("Nohody ean figure out what Irwin wants-least of all himself," moaned onc aHiliate.) Alreadv the talk is "wait until the January replaccments," with one Insider expecting fully 50 per cent of NBC's all-cops, no-comedy lineup to be dumped. One ante- ' dote from a reccnt affiliates' meetino in New York had Se¢elstcin showing clips of the new shoe's and, when the lightx went back on, all that could be heard was booing. Surprising, considering that when Segelstein took over Columbia Records fmm Llive Davis, he reportedly did a helluva job. Someone May Know Best, But It Isn't Father Mom and Dad Anderson would begueved and shocked. It seems that Lauren Chapin, latterly Kathy of Father Knmes Best, has gone from Daddy's "Kitten" to sex kitten. She was approached for a porno film last year, but the deal fell / through; howevcr, she u i1l do several nude scenes, includingoncas a skin dlver, in the hard R-rated Can f Do IrTiG 1 Need Glaves?, a sequel to the $9-million grosser (yet to p1eyL.A.) Ij You Dmr't 5top It, Yal]]Ga Blind. Disperse, Ye Rebels (W herever You Are) Talk about giving a war and having nobody come: the LAPD had been gearing np for months for 'Bicentennial Rioi they expected to erupt over the Fourth of £ulv weekend. Police ofiicers say their superiors told them that intelligence had uncovered information that the radical under- grnund was going to rise up and slart The Revolution. But all is not lost The powes that be say that the additional training in crowd control may come in handy whenever those big yellow school buses start lumbering across town. The Barbara Walters Story, Part... (Fill in the Blank) When we last saw our ceroine, she was boring the pants (and skirts) off the ABC alfiliates here with a monologue about her new position as Harry Reasoner's millionaire sidekiclc In the latest episode, we find her addressing the Broadcasters Promotion Association, during which speech she expresses much pain over stories in the press suggesting that she was fired by NBC. But not one such story was ever published. So what is she complaining ubout? Well, among other things, Reasoner-who she predicts will soon bc lea<ing ABC. Small wonder. If It Gets Off the Ground, It'11 Be a Miracle If you find most mugezines too decadent to keep out on the coffee tablc, here's some blessed news. Garner Ted Armstrong and hiz Worldwide Churob of God in Pasadena are readying Qrmsr, 7he M4°nyine o) Hunlon Po[entlal, I for a debut in January. Former FlarperS editor Robert Shnayerson will gel the top post, reportedly after literery heavies Harrison ,9alisbury, Harold Hayes (Esquire) and T George Harris (Aryulmlogy Today) turned it down. But legal ditHculties loom on the hodzos three other ventures alreadv havc copyright rights to the name, induding a fcminist mugazine in New York, a regional I'V show-and a popular vaginal deodorant. ron[mued 40 isSnNGP-ss I ~ s PAHK cul~L b r AiIrHIl.1.0 Turnii... :mblclnc. PTON Snc np beach Rlvd. 'J-1413 COSTA NLS.1 Eprle Ike Vulvo 19a6 Hurbor ObJ. I%14'1616-9303 COVINA H.m H'JI Vokn 518 sAve. ~5 fOlV6A CITY 11201, , . . _61,J. Glt~l)ALE St'.. a^ - ^ Ilf '.~ ry M a . 1"-: E~. .. ]66-3- TORRI" i: 30101 1 . .. H,gAway w. Hol.l.) wooU Ilcvel Hllls nuta Impnru 104 I R I . en Ave. 161 1VHIT'r1ER tlob ChuRman's Emvlc Sfiirlec 14561 Wh/ni0r91vd. 945-Z13'!
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SPORTING LIFE NQ, WAIT-IT'S NOT ALSTON'S FAULT ...IT'S AL CAMPANIS'! By Donald Carroll The Dodgers' No. 1 horse trader explains himself AI Campanis strikes you as the kind of guy who would trade away his own n if he got a good enough deal. And he probably strikes his son that way, too. For, as it happens, in the very first deal that Cxmpenis negntiared upon becom- -ne the Dodgen' vice preddent in uharge of player personnel in I96B, he traded his son Jim, a catcher, to Kansas City. £Ie calls it "the easiest trade I ev made. I didn't want the other playcrs nzpectthatlim had anyspeclal pipe- I me to the front office," he explains. "Besides, he wastit that good z catcher, anyway." in the years since then, Campanle has maintained the same high level of un- sentimentaliry by abruptlv dumpiue-such Dodger favoritc sons es Frank Rohin.son, Bill Singer, Willie Davis, Claade Osteen, Dick Allen. Von )eshuo, ]linmy Wynn. \like Maahall, Joa Fergnson and Willie Crawford. Two otbers, Ted Sirzmore and Cce Traey, were also sent packing but are now back thanks m rradcs earlier down of the organizaflon's assets (left- this year. hnnded pfneh-hitters, right-handed short- So don't blame Walter Alxmn enfirely dury rzlief pitchers, etc)_ It could easily if the Dudgers contlnue to play catch-up be the office of a commodities broker. with Gncimuli a n this season. As Whleh, of course, it is_ The players, the old saylns goes~'a manages only rwher Ibelr particular skills, are a¢oad as Ihe plapers he has to work motliliestobeused-ormhetradcd with. And Akmn gcts his players fmm a mld. This Is no fan clubhendquarters_ AI Campanis. As foe Campanis, a sign There v auto_raphed photos of at his desk reads. "I 'he® is no limit to players a und here, no gung-ho talk what a man can do or whca he c.m So about theoexploits of the team. The if he doesn't mind who gets the credia" electronle ehecrleading of rhe Dodger Sitting in his Dodger Stadium offim Smdlum or-ean n1er penetrates these the telephone ontinoallv aalls. The Playersn may go up peshcd at his left cur~~ Campenis wheels in ligh¢ on the scoreboard outside, but anddealsyearround, bupingandsdling on Campanis' bnard Ihcy g up in - and trad- . "propedi, I eorporatierrs v r. ~,ch happen to be w y rrable rype_ And on his desk chart the :v ~zclse written in pcncll. There are a n who I'.. ,.eball. Oo the waJ t. l otaf crasures. w h'" d. Aoard ' vam.ally, not all of his deals have d~ ,. .eroiheI Ipopulunvilhthefans-alevstnot thcy pla, I . team they p: _ first. There was the Andy S@ssco- vithar0ie _ ~..:JuM1Or_:.:dfitsnsmith rrnde ror inswnm. Te get the Icague oPr - Angcl piteher, Cxmpanis parted with Onlhel.~~ ,elF,forreadyreferenee, twoscellnrnttrnetlons,FrmkRObinsnn u a chnr[ n ,:`_ a rcore speeielize.l brenk- and elll Slv_¢er and nvo aeeomplished
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Twenty-Six Two-Steps Across the Sea... The lamous Caa6na Caaina (Avaion), buill in 1g29 by Wiuiam w-igley, la one of ina Redwood makes a difference you can feeL ]onG'Gnq ~ F:o .. . ~. .. ..~- ~. iwkeea I.'. The Sante F ~ I ~ m[t~ u.ho .. . , _ ' redrt . thcn _wwF ~.J.~. nd ~ The cawa U ~, .. ~ =-Icml" oura"-d,r .. ~ el- hall 'b- 26 DB:neELEs spot-1ne ballroom accommodates 5,o0e cneek-b-cheekere Lea Brown and his 6and at Renown wm be there Aug_ ], with dancing from 9 p.mP to 1&33 or 1 am. Glenn Milbrls scheduledlorSept.4.Fulure plans call for ballroom dancing eve.ryweekena. The boat leaves Long Beach at 7 p m, and returns trom Avalon alle/ tho ball. Tne casino Itsell-Moorish in design end compltlely circular-alsa houses a museum, a2gallery and mural-decoratee lhealerwlth a huge pipe organ. Reservatl0ns lorlhe boarara e must. CantaotGatalloa Cruise; Ba0 Boldan Shore Blvd., Long Beach, who handle both dance tickels and boat re vations you c also make dance re ti cket ons through the Avalon Ohamber ol Commerco or lako your chances on tl vai/abillly attno casino door.The boat is $6.SC roundlripl group rates also available. The dance is n addlhonal $ESg. Walking taurs casl $2: chilG/en 511, 81.25. Num- bersto calCforboatltlGS, ]15-2654Ilordance.walkingtourorhatel reservations,83L Be22 orAvalcn 723. bolh the Ameriean Bicentenniai and the 25,COC years of tbe Intllaos In Notlh Amer- a. Activities include an Invltatlonal art snow of leading contemporary Indian an- mdlan craftg show: tesfval v1 Indian dan ; pe/lormance of the a ara-winhing pa9eant, "Trail of Tears" (Aug. 23 and 24, a. Cenlury Plaza Towers): literary ompelilloq bullalo mast: perlormence of a play by 1bs Intllan Aclors Workshcp; com- peuuon in oe/emonial aances ana ao mdian y Fem Head- winraise mnGslnran Indian s anb rt ganery and for the eslab- 1 of Indian ar1 programs in American c511eges_ Oell Jonn G. McOOmb or Poggy Ofitermann, 553-1441 or 553-3240. Uncle Sam, Dr. Watson and George Itl $12nge bealellows, you aeyi Dulte. A Bicentennial B/itlah Gnrgbeness Parly, wnich, by the bye. celebrates the 24m sany ot Ihe blr0 ol Dr. John H. Walsoo (as in Elementary, my dear..:'), will be hold Aug. 7 under the auspices of the Non-Canonlcal Calabasbes, a - gan/zellon of 66etlock Holmes develaes. II will be In tbe Crystal Springs a ol Galfilh Park. Bring your o soft drinks (hard stu11 strictly lorbltltleo) acd a neany mncn to be donated to the box- ncb auction (bidding begma n 30 a.m : ycu may Include cookable IngredlentsJ- Also bring mltls. Cats ann a soNLaIL 11 you e,1o setCe Ihe 2o0.year -old ques- 11oo m Amodcen Independenee 1 ger.lemanly lashion (laaias, of courge, Try). Forin/armatlon Oell HOLMEB-4. AFTER DARK Dancing & Entertainment Alefili0l, 1c96o Wilsnlre Blvd. (ground Iloor of Tishman Bldg), Westwood, 4']EO0]. Grek Continental and American cuis ne rvad dai/y. Lunch Mon.Fri., dinnerY neghts. Guilarist-singer ChrisEOS enertains nighgy Tua-Sat. Alnenian GarEens,10J5 Canuen9a Blvd, Xcl- lywood, 469-]038. Dinner Tue:6un. 6.1. Mouasaka, dolmadea avgolemono a/e sptr cialties. Llve entertalnment 890-2, dancing to Greek and Anerican muc. Now /ealur- Ing John "Sporos" Blamalison Ibe bouzoukl. Bas¢men6 4215 Admiralty Way. Ma:ina Del Iley. 622-4159. Bncing te Cotlonwootl Soutn, Mon:Sat: 3lrocco, Bun. Beel Barrnn, Los AnGeles Hlltop 938 Wllshire Blvd., 629-4321. Pianlsl tAerllyn Ellls enlar- ns Mon Fri. VeranLa BiE Room: Prime rib dio eand dancing Mon.Sat. Bel-AlHOtel, 701 Stane Canyon Rd., Bel-Ab, 4T2-12i1. Bud Herman plays Tue.Sun, iomea by voeaOstAnn Richards Wed:sat. Bla Bla Cafe, 11059 Ventura Bva.,Sm9o City, y69-8912 Miniature bistro wlln dlveraltfea enterlalnment Dlnna/and late suppern19h1- ly 6 p.m. 4 a m. Enlenalnment starts at 9 30. Care arassetle, 8)04 Sunset. WestH[mlywooa, 65?0515. French and IWfian cuisine 11:30 m:2 am exc. Sun. Happy hour 5-8 la.m. Cafe Carnival,Wilstire HyaltHocse, 3515 WHb ahire, se1-0411. COngnumg: oancing and "Tne April Fcols')6 56ow." Tue:BeL 9 p m. 1'30 a.m. Caaey's Bar,513 S.Grantl Ave.. 6292353Iantl 1109 Glendan Ave., Westwootl, 411-3996. Both locations reminiscent of a lorn-al-tbe- DownownlshDpubtlLUBChendplays sgtime plano Tcre: 3at In Westwooa, the Bob Long Trio lor dancing iue:3et B/Ig ztthe piano $un:MCn. Lunch and dinner 7 deys. CasYgnple'e nn Ine Pleq RedonEO eeacn. 6]6-04P8 Seafood and steak dlning a n x. Live e9et1a1nmer1l Friaua. opena] tlBya for IuncheoR amnap cocktalls. Century Pbaa Hale1.2025 Avenue o11na Btars. Denlury c11M 9>-2COO.Graneaa Bar:Plano- eno by Ed Diamond S:3o-T 3B : Mon.rn~a~~e 9 p-m:1m6 am. sa1, Diane Ccpelanb 9 p_rn9 30 s.m. Mon.Frl. aartlan Baem: Con fsntal c special enbEes aCh waqk'] e m-ID'30 p.m. T/edawinas Triotord3ncing Frl. and 3a1.1ram 8:90 p.m. CFZdney's,13520 Ventura BIVE.,Bnerman Oaks, T63-%94.Intlmate entertainment, tllning and tlancing ] nigMS. Chadney9(BUrbanp,3[00 W.Olive Burbank. 843-5333. Across the streel from NBC, and a popular hangout br its celebraies. Lunch and tllnnec Bteaks,extensive sealeoa menu Intimate lounge-lype enlepa5nmenl, 11 a.m. to 2 a m. bally inCL Sun. Cnalaea Taverq 1339] Mulhclland Dr.,'NOOd- and Hills, 88B-63o0. British c untry inn et- oapnEre. Musicxl e en1. Tue:Sati from 8 p.m. Call lor bookangs. Chez Voltaire, Beverly Rodeo HcteL 360 N. Foaeo Dc, Beverly HiIIS 2]3-090. franF Perry enleeain, Mcn: Fri., a-3G9 p.m.: ana Bi1a Marlewe,TUe.-Sat,9-1 3g n m.lflicnard
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Sedak 0 Las Angelss Lr 1-1 . Garsll I pr-ynn. coeP6 C u tdcom 8;30-1u i. "Anlmal Crak:: ~" (Man Bms.) .,mu "My Little Chic. W.' (Mae Wesl W.C. F'..Id.:.. , Oounty Art fAusem ' I.-.. . Norlh American Open Dart Toumamentq on the "Oueen Mary;" Ihru Sun. Henry V" (Olivier) anU "Falsta/f'(OrsonWelles), ,91ms at UCLA, Royce, t. "Roman Holiday," v Audrey Hepburn film, 3arbara Art Museum, Y'.3g. Bants MOnicn '. and Arle Fesu.-l ., - j and wnle, e.e I.de,imng.Tlir . ... . adzme Bulterllry.' Frr Modem Times" i rhephnl.' "BleeyeP (Wocny All,ny CountyAtlA'uneuuli-". t ® aikovsky Specmcular;' 6works,ca non, band. Xol ~wootl Oaw1~0:30. 3a!., loo. "Olhello"(Olivicr) and 1"Macbem" (Maurice Evans), M1lms at UCIA, Royce, T. Early Llz on scree¢ "NalionalVelvet/' nta Barbara Arl Museum, 7 -30. L'roneltes soflball ... Aug, 18 vi Verdi Requiem, Hollywood Bowl, 8:30. Rams vs Dallas preseason game Coliseum, 7. Les Brown and his Band of Renown, Casino Ballroom, Avalon, Catalina, 9. (Bee "Affier Dark.') Bicenlennial British Forgiveness Party, Griffith Park. (S e "Special Events.") Barry Msnilow, Unlvemal Amphitheater, 8:15. Sun., too. The following people appear in three Iilms, County Ad Muaeum, 7:30. Eddie Canlbr,Cerole Lombard, Elhel Merman, Bums and Allen, W.C. Fields, Mar1Ea Raye, Bob Hope, Dorothy Lzmour. Diahann Carrnll's summer setles begins, including Ethel Waters Iribute,l0 (Y). ® Sarah Vaughan sings; John Green conducts and plays great movie scores, Hellywood 3owl, 8-30. Nisei Week, Little Tokya: Parade,dan ' 9 fI martialarts. (See' SpeO al E ents ") Del Mar Tboroughbred races thru Sept. 15. Avieulture Convention, Thru Sun.; blr6related act(vilies. f5ee "Symposiums ") Rams vs. Buffalo, seoontl preseason game, Collseum, 7 Tbal championship lync.hin' season: "The Last Meeting of the Ifnigbts of the White Magnolia," satlre on Soulhern blgotry, ontinues,OCronetTneater, 7 and g:30. Fridays at 8:30, Sundays at ]:30. California lnternar/-al Bez F:-,' at atLOngEe;-i -22VZ beaoh and ocaan evor.'s. (See "Spods "7 Bingling Bros. Circus at Forum lhru Wed. Last day to see "Belty Garrett and Other Songs(" Westwood Playhouse,2:30;and Burl Bacharach and Anthony Newley, Greek Theater, 8:30. °Dlvaa of the Gniaen WesP gr eelc I L I~ t H I B.jSe=_ h- -e ., ;un aang eboaa 'A ChNus Llnq" I Tbcat, Tcnigbl et]:3] ~+n rliny5'lakespeere Fest, Balboo Park. I. 'tealer" ror r>purtohu.) 15 "EYUUs" conlhtuas thru Aug., Huntington Hartford. Tonight etY'.30. Festival of Arts, Pageant of the Masters ana Baweust'rs, Lapuna art tears, contlnue thru Aug. 2g. L.A. Strings vs. San Diego Friars, World Team Tennis at Forum, ]. °A Tale of Two Cilies," Ronald Colman classic. 4(11). ' 9unday chtnNer concerta In Canlor Soulpluro Gerdee, 2 Counry Art ILUSCUn. Ihn,O'L 2= SCORE Intematlonal World Chumplonzblp O1R tlRc Rlvemide 1 n11 Hceare, bc9'nlioy ICa.m. Last day far Rinsrn9 Bms. Glrcus. Long 6each A,cna r:AO "CUt-a-Thon;' Playboy Club, CenmryGiry, 10 a.m: 10 p.m- Expert halrslylists offer $15 cul~antl-blaw-drys to beneflt Mental Health Assoc;ation. Other atbacnons: art and lewelry s.tloorpezes,bookfaic conllnuous entertalnment, celebs. (See Special Events.")
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115 So¢n La Ee- S ANNA MARIA RISTORANTE ITALIANO " i( IqT n- t '- ~ ,..~~ "s1 l.4j"Ime^ BROWN DERBY 1628 North Vine 6rreel-469-5151 HOLLYWOOD LA CIENEGA
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LETTERS 7he premier golf resorton Mexicds p"dClflc coast Thisin Meaico'.greatworld . afgolf.36hnlesohtx:ctacolar triple-tee plav in A(apulcowith . Tu•of!hrmoaehnllenging watel hacdrds to be inund - znyvhere.L.rshfairwaysand., pcrfectqreens vea:round. Beach.te:anis.d pools.Oceanfron roontsor .uives.Sperial4-day,hoiiday packages Gnm 557 pe: person. double occupaney.a'... Scr voorTruvel Agent or - (oll Free 800-327-13H P.~. ~~~ ~~ 1V4YZY' {L nvA.;r.r:awe~ or~ ' KANrWNFLSO.v~.;.- _.~ ® ~~ .w. Name_-- Addrass- - - - 6ty Sta[e-Lip rBe 4M1 EoEa.useIz Moving On... Richard I. Pieuchmann, with his aruclc on the mming indnssrv in the Juuc isshas paimed a dark, biased and u eal'¢Ile picture of movers,which 9rossly misreprr sen[s the posErve aspeats of onr response to consomer needs. For exsmple, he men- tions that [he ICC publLshes an annunl per- formance mport. Huwever, he fails to point on[ 6 ral Impartant findings from the moat re reporr 1. 93 per cent of all consumer shipments re picked up on time. 2 The numher of shipmenu delivered on time. 86.7 per cent, was a marked im provement over 1974, 3. More Ihan 82 per cent wac delivered without less or damage, or with a small cleim of $50 or less_ 4_ The Me needed to settle claims f- proved by m re than 35 per reut over 1994. The fact of the matter u[hat v could afford ta muve his hotnchold goods ctaated ond packeA as [M1ey origimlly come from the fac[mry. W'e admit to not being perfea, but we shoWd be glven credit for our efforts to provide betteq more mv- ss[cn[puality s rvne ... Pcrra onwErtxa Yresident TM1e Rckins Company LosAngelrs .. W hy do you attack an industry who is n Wing refor n advertising prao- tico, sn icteraicter licens ngenforcement and - full pubhc disclonnro of conmm o man tion? The ust majority of o intdustry firms desperately want better public rele- tlons, and if you are genuinely Inteaemd in your reedership, you can help by oRer- ing nug6eslion5 for improvement. TorvrlLaxs Fxecu[ive Director California Moving and Store,;e Associan~n San] I have had a problent collecting from my moving mmpany for almost a yrar nov,. Thnnks lo your excellent so s. I have bee able to hlr the v of the any and a anticipating a t immment eminduu ofsetaemenc Keep up the good work. Lnnnaau W. KEITH Los Angeles Flesh Peddling's OnlySkin Deep Re'F.arl Cartolb. 'fhe Createst Flesh Peddler of Them All' by Kcn blurrny IJune]t Your rcadas will be pleased to know that on Novanber 21. 1975, a check in the amount of $i19S12,g6 w arded the Los Angeles (:ounty-Ln vermy of ~uthern California Cemprebens e Can- r, eknter, lo e9ablish [he Ead Carroll Mem im Caneer Chnic The lam showman left a major portion of M1is estste to eslnblish s'uch a dlnic "for [he detzctim and veatment of cancin J' He lost his mother andasistu Inom and had grent c a for the ~vho brought him M1 s si~ccess- USc vorion is tbe st smr trustee to the Earl Caaoll Foundasion W. IJ. BCCKMerrEs Director OSC CuncerCenlerDevelopment Los Angeles FatChance .5ny pollibilitv of sccing what the bonom half of Ihe Requel Welch cover looks Iike? H,u. Rorrsueaa Hollywood The Selling of Vanity PaW Bemsteni s artfcle in [hz June issuc nity publlshiug wna nn exrellenl one, but o vted two very c uclnl dem ts that rclega~c most self-publshed authors to ob- .vrity: promo6onal outtny cad t v Rfn IPin ing TArou3h Imdm(am~ nor so much of a gamble as it was the was nnthnrs perceptive zbllity ta read between the Ifnu in the publishing bnslness. He wr- ecdy assessed the fact that besl-sellea are no[written- [hcy aze promotcd- His socoess is undenlxble proof ofthefzct. These ond issue hasro do with published s o thz na onal modln publiratfons_ 'rhae nity publisher has little or no chance of his works rc such exposure. (Ringcr adver64ng c mpnlgn ekillfidly exploited this feet.J For eKamplq Nnvs- week, Tim and Snrnrdnv Itevlew have ewed x book published by e vanity paWisher,whlch doesn't mH much ac demeally s e they have vewed anrrving Wallace or Humld Robbinsnovd. The absurdity of the iea e Is'the fact Jlat m of Na books published at authors~xpcn e a good,exceptionallyso. Dn m Ret Beverly Hdls Debunking Brokers The article en6tled. "Who [o Call When Your Complaint Hzs Gotten the Run- eronnd" [JUO a cellenl s rst n addicar tioq I in e the public to comect [he Sceadliesand Lchnnge Commfssion- which ls Imeres[ed in any in- mu(m o e fraud o a[her illegal by scmnies bmkas a nnyone ved in Ihepabhc oRCring of securi[@s- anInterxsted Perone na - call 4D-4511, Graato F. Botrz SEC Rcgionzl Adm'mistm[or Los Angeles
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500NOTEWORTHVRESTAURANTB o. M HALE American CHOCK'S STEAK I 4 ALICC59iTpFpNL~ .-.. ~ - ~ oec Cala CHAHT H FPYIB-J~~ CHATAM. '~. 9 HE COLCHIIAN .. evOKa =TEC. e CHoF mIu<,E (Aw: DEL H IASCC 6'1 111, 1 ~vrvlv , EWLF.'1F S:EaK H 6.1/vnH: n. 91E O A. cAN F_ AND CE PGECn~a . ,. ,.. sUFFrn CLOe- . iM~ ` . . .. . .. IHEHVNGHY FVNTEF.'..- r r•l HJN-IVGTON "LLFLCuR YJT'cL . .. m ~Lep Fu_ :Ul JOLLY FxER HLSIADFANT -. ITTLE Fn_I!5 5:E d HOUSE. MM1FK T.141N 5 VG i CRJLH JL"FIVq FBOB i)L ."rELL L BSTF. HOLSE sun- MICHLFI E LOS FE R. TILL 3-Fd06) ^EN PIT Fna C . WLh¢eBlve.,SanlaMp - BROWN DEF9Y, 053] Wlishire BIvE. 6-,etl H111- '9]8-2311p Varous a le G n eienl vI s -DI i C= lad G f I1 cok.. o aila, w:n - (ALC/M) OC M Als 1E28 YCa S1.. XOIIyWeeL IG69v161BV'.L'N BUSH, 3450'N.61h Ct.. N'llshirs. Open 7 "ays. L 1Y i g slsaks 1 poM (M) DO MG UOr C`> FOUR OAKB 2181 N- 3evaiy J d .- -.TUa:BS1.Ba6930, ec4T 11a . casual ( I . I lenu -ampns oeer Boureas ~. r ~ (M) NOCREDf'G'4FD5 I
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WNAT IT MEANS TO LOS AAGELES Sometimes a"whitecallur crime" is one a/ legal definitlun: at other umos h Is Imply nn nliront ugaiust crviliacd cthlcs and hono~ In znp ene, thoso who do umbat for In~ne dollars in this grab-bay arena sccm tmGka:, r _ rc We havc more than onr share of them in 1-os Angel¢: they u -- i In_ and ` eonvivinl, aud oflen rate ment ions in soaety column9, gldn n i A" rste, and seem to apper o whmcver c mltme with u•. ~'~hle vt thc mena Like other well-ro-do eitize s. they buy tl ~ shop in [ieverly Hills, summer in llallbu or alang the Or..e Ca i I lhey pay their trallic tickets dutifully- vote regulady and prn..s° -hi 1 .. ~. u.mportant to them not to seem driven by greed or to Imt for moncy. It is just such pmple as these mho drive other.s imo hemes like Equiry Funding and QeoTek. inta banke like C. Arnholt Smith's n San Diega, Into vesfing Inm dry holes and sand dunex_ Ahaut the only thing nice you can suy about these.swindles is rhat the vialence is mostly to onts pocketboak not ona's body. It's been a crooked game, but not a killing one. With the bantb murder of rcporlcr pon 6olles, hmaever, that may be subject to chnnge-e.specially if the conttacmrs for thc hit v e to a oid fingerin or pmsecution. If that happens_ the more dan_nerous and malevolent swindlers may assume they've uncovered a w¢y to vop the press from expasine_ oorruption. Worse, it may indicntc In OrSanlzed Crime rh:n the,v need no lan¢cr restr'¢t killing largely to their own. Phoenix is an hour nw¢v by plane, hnt right down the canyon fmm us in temss of the typa of whiteaallar erimes that exist, lhus the finlles ccse ¢ beln¢_ wmehcd carefully by others besides journzli.as and concerned citivens. Those who fi_enre the best huck to be the fast one have their big glasses onl and arc follawing esary movcment -uarefully, from Iheir high-rise towers with validated p/¢king, where the thought of murder as a snving gace has indeed now entered their m„ '8 _as+NaErsa THE PHOENIX SNUFF lennls 's the hichen art fonn, serve on . rod hcad Lip causes that hWrc Ihcc c:u.. Keep in mind, of co e, that Atizona rs and Phoenlx are gaing Jtmu_eh some very disruptlve chnngesin adjusdng lo bcing the nation's furtcsl-growlna state and sixth I¢tgcst city. The land of winter resorrs and health spas, of Camelback and $COtbdale, 6 f[Ra turni2 into 9n all mo willing oasu for a 6tvlzn caravan of smindkrs m unted by the influcotlzl. Indee$ Pho aic's n ptaw in the sun for arv shady peoplc. Comes ahound, but notthc newark kind or the Chicago klnd. It's the meccs of the sczm; of alr- onri tent shaws; of those who donl mind selliog sand duncs as mnnicured pnmte lend and third mertgnges as first mort_a¢Ses. Phoenlx doesn't have bar. on every corner, but in some action ts Ihere appear to be m ney<hvng- ng institutions on every corner that use eaery hook to draw vou in (ivdnding 2lhour teller windows). Some bcliece it's the sun that causes it aIL It sets a mood: nothivg's wrong, everyihing's right, a phone call Jown- mwn will t..m care of it The, belfevc `ndy r~Jly minds if your voc¢tlon is w 1,m :.i..isomcland_They svearthet ut evtlgn[ive ~ : baho, wha wot .rcddayo)hrs . whue p:nsuing b. . w0ur -co&v nlme-The 11-1 . ~ 9dsbontbed oen f)msra oho fier wnvncroldore rrfe-. ~ , dpnam(a.
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TI Ir; CARROLL_li_1N'S VELOURS TERRY ~ lcl, umdc t filkeaOlLanA uGmrLenL nlLn,r „elaura-anperAly .o~munaMcfnrallayuancenAeavors. I:.,,n anr In anr,a-_r.,lm mrre deep h+ers.blg whlre ncean luarl wtlati. e„Ir,rr, lankedne, rrnir, BEVERLY H1LL5 iG0 rwrlhrodec 4cs, ,4 -YJl9, or?-)]Eb, oQen msminJ' armngz ~zs oro,oooocky-yay~A,yy,ypy tllrnerspecials 5-] 30-Closea Sun. Paailica Hotel, 5161 oenOnc:a Rlvd.. Culver Clly. E^° 11]6. BanauoG t0 300, G¢IP°-1 ~ . .ignlmubgra.reanaa'oncingr. - Los GaucOos LCUnge: (. , adpianobm590.m.L - I. Xors d'aeuvre9 .1 ocklall hour. Playbor Club, A6C Enleeinmenl0emer. 220 Avesua a1 the Stars, Century Clly, 21TF:--', Playracm: Au9. 3~14: Earl "Fa" H' " 1or clher bookings. 8hows al 9 and . P N n;Tr,urs.; 8:15, 10tl5 and mlanlghl el. Living Room: Through Aug. 1: Goss 2 Lysdard_AUa_9-Sep1.4: The Oheckmates Ltd. Bhows at 9.45 and 1215 Mon. Tbr3, 8.45, 1030, 12:15 Frt. Sal. Plush Hprse,1-/g0 Pac:'Ic CoaslHwy.,Redondo Beach, e]2-6301- Live enlertaiomenL Gano- Inq nlgMly. Prime rib sp¢, champagne Sunday s ncn,"happy Fcui' wCb co.-plinlary hors a oeuvres, In 6n911sb dlrcen heuse tleoer. Banccellacllllles. S.S. Princess Louise Reslauranl I, Benn ¢3E, Port o1 L s Angeles, Termmal Islana. 9a1. 2351 or ]]5-241. COCktails, lunchaon and dinner 7 ea'/s', Sunday muncn n a s p c.., Ammlcan and Continental eul Double Exposure enlecamse and the, danaog a.en/ aey bw Monday. Ban 1aclRies and wedding obapel aboard.' The Red Onion,3580 WJShlre.366]295-Mexb ao boa.Open bailylerlUnch,amnar,eoCW taiIs. Sangria bNnch Sun. °Happy Houi' wim couble margam.aa and a na5ma~..,y appetlzers. Rock u c lor enleM1eLn._nE and dancing. Other locations: 655 N. Har- barOr. RedonCO Beacb,3]6-88131621R W. Manchestea. Westchesler, e?0-6598- Restaurant LauVeq Ambassador Hotel, 3400 Whshire Blva..Las An6eles,38]-]aI1.Bulfet nch 119e a.m.230 p.m. Mon. Fn. Olnner 6-la Mai.5e1. Blooay Mary buNel Grunch Sun. 1130-2:30. scMlanE Yard, 22813 VI^.lary Blvd !lusl west of Fallbrook), Woodland Hills, 8832631 0.11 1 rvalions. Entertainment nigMly. 2nd &orey, 3215 Abmirally Wa9, Marlne Del Rey, 823-092]. Entertainment by Twa's Com- penyTOe.Sun. Smoke HouaeTeluea, 4420 Lakaside Or, Toluca Lake, 845-3731 and 909.9B6t Open Mar.-SSI. 11 e m.2 a.m. Sun. 2 p.m:10 p.m. Lucah, dlnoeq eNer-10 supper. Loun9e e teRalnmenl by e se/sinper/pianisl Blan Warlh,for nexlsndearun,nl9Mlyox<.SUnn and Mon The SpeaMeasy: A Private Club, 8531 $an1s Kcniaa Blvd, Wes: Hollywaod, 657-4777. Dlnner 6 p.m.1 s m. Non.TUe.: faix wRh Gery earfz GuinteL Heny Frenayn Sextet, Raul de Souza OuinteL Wed- comerly shaw- a-TTara-Sa1.:Oephne Bems .InGreselan- isVaomedlanna Conlinuoua a s from 9'.0. No C e-ar/nk m . Pert of a Iwoatary anlerlplnmenl cpmplex that udes Ice c m parlot cooktail uoge~ cl drswlhegue and game roam. Pd- Ivale partles. Closed Sunday. SyoWmen's Loage, 12633 Ventura Blvd.. sw- dio CHy, S9a-0R02 Emerlammenl by singer Jey Saunders in the lounge Tue.SaL,81Be, sgube Fmnare'a Pnb, 2eG33 Venlum Blva. Wocdland H!Ils, Ba36683. A leuch ol menie olde Englan4 Open 7 days for lunch ana dinner. Pr'mo r and Vorkshire puading /mm old-lashloned brick ovens. Also roast amb, briskel and pork_ Stamusl 6anrucm, 5919 sunael, Xouywooa, 45S4as]. oancmg to the aouods of [he'4os c'sos wlub Orrin Tucker leamng me band, i e. ie WedSUne ev¢ anL San. allerncon Mov ' arcade and¢ertalnmenl In We lok" Wea., Thms. and5un. 8250, Fri. and l. 13. Wee31y tloket 34.W. The Swlss Conneetion, 9440 Wilshlre Blvd,
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111 o-es¢nDE=saoennesnrnavT.~ e<nDmciseiTUFrtALY,~ - -..~.,. .~ . ~,. _. . ~ . ..ezFan~iee.r ..DUTm TO::v SO_L - ,.r mTS DCU. MSn 2c_s1/,U9,1 VT IHI4 Y/OF-D. _ .EFDRti F oLDe n.ves HFCD. I-PrVrIE YD . /.un Yugoslavian I iv.pEP=CPS- LAS CPSLELPfl NOL e~E~une R~nE. HH SPANIS Surrounding Areas rm, -' OLD SPAf.NETTI FACTORY, 9 OLL V L-E NOOD~S COMPLRY.. Nr~, aECC:r=- n 500 NOTEWOFITHYRESTAURANTS UGUSLAVIAN VILLAGE,
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500NOTEWORTHYRESTAURANTS pT4W 1OEE. I ia _'nEmA'+ cnLHF 'VION Lr=qppN ~'ESTAURANT3 vEo I-A. IA C4NT UC Polynesian l Seafood Russian OLF (M) Scandinavian Pa , oosron HAU- ~.r.(.F~ ~ P 7 2 ` ~1 ~ r A- THE 0 EP L-rF~ , DLE ) Hf115E MC A enArrc aar." R, BEnCPgUMBUXTS --1pi (Uf]) AL_ llAl0.i MELBO'S, . IM-EI ' ALL,,^n I nCePUlrvl HESTFUFANI - S LC9if-F I CAfTAGNOLA P]Lr'E, .
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r EMILIO'S AU PETIT CAFE 6502 Melrose Ave.,(COrnerolMi9hlantl Avenue) - 90~J922 1 1230 N.Vine Sveel- /69-]116 rr J"' '°R LETOILE g vG - c .'H]3J I I iollq Santa Monlca Blv< . e 8150 Eevetlv 21vd. - 6R-!ti / k
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® 2 0 0 SARATOGA ~ij(Ia:sa.r . 1)1fi N. CaOuenga BIaG.- ti3-i516
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Striking Dolphin/Poodle Lion( Ram( Elephant7 BuII/ Horse . Earring Design Themes From France. DURING SALE MONTH OF AUGUST Sports Festivals and Festive Sports The Calilomle Intamalional Sea FesUVal, Long BeacR runs Aug.1-22 wlln a variely Cf beach and p a - -mile beach n n Hoble Cat racing, re9allas. Illa- guar0 chempionsMpsdory ra aqualic e ents. 11an10g rodeo enb send sculpture yonlesL For a c molete Oally~ nedule,Cell 436 -1236 p lte ID 1he /eslival offlce at 555 E Ocean BIvO.. 6uite 113, Long Beacb 60602.r. wrlte The Santa Monica Sporb anE Arls Festival, Aug. 2[-Bept. 6, 'ealures m e than 4o e ents - dory ra out. . restlval and arl show. These actlvlties Loor ra d danoing, equ2cOde m C are held cllywlde on 1Fe pier and beacb, at Llneol6 Memorlal and Palisade paris in clpal purts. popls ano playhouseS For a omplete schedule, write ., cell San aMon a Fee ard Parks Deparlment. City Hall, 1685 Main $1 r 39399T6, Ezt, b5e.! Cbzmplcnsnlp leams r e V.6. Oanada, Mexloo 9nd Puerlo Rlc pele n Ibe 301n Internatipnal Softball CCn9r0 s WWId Tournament, Aug. 20-29oBlalr ^ Field. 10th Street and Park Avenue. Long BeaCM1 Openleg ceremo- ss Fri. at 7 p.m-, bllowed by two par!es. Compeellon all day Sal, and Sun., then four games nlgnll% Mon:$ala begicning 6 Pm, Ch3mplcnsnlp game Sun. at 8. The Long Beecn Nitenawkaare defending ebamplons. AIl.venls hcket,514,lndlvldual gemes. $2 and $3.50. fCr additional intormalion, call Paul Bessler at 131-0101 . The Notlh Amerieen Open Dart Tournamenl will be held Aug,13-15 on the "Oueen Mary:' Long BescO. TeamS ooubles, mxed doubles and singles from an over the orltl will cpmpete for prhes totaling $30A03. Fri. at 1'90, Satt and Sun. at9 a m, Free. For more intormalion, call 436.5671 . 40%OFFONALL FRENCH EARRINGS 18 K Yel L-c!d Pre-saleva'aes. Extra Large $230 Large $190 Metllum $145 Smal/$115 (large size picturetl)- Na'x 40%oi1 al / i mle-xtyefy>I cnME.iFi 272-1=c3::. 27<.2277 305NorthR6AeoDrive Beverly Hills, 190210 : ' 938-5548, or 5225 W'nsnire Blvd., =302, L.A. 90036. and enclose slampeb, se'.addressee elppe. Summer:Oceen aquatl~ salling, boLy sculp:ure. Sept: Sand volleyball. SCOREIntemeti0nelWotld CEampiOnsnlp G11- I Road Racea. Top drivers aob cycll<1s co - pete, including Pnmelll Jones. Mlckey ThomGSOO and Bobby Fsrm. Aug. 20: Prac- I liae 9]5 to 6:15. Aug. 21: Cuallfylnq raoee in the morning. Call lortime. Aug. 22: RaceS start a116 a.m, $81or cne day, $10 for three I Lays. (Hmerslde Imema.mnal Raceway FILM SERIES ney, Don Amecnel. Au9.6:"Anlmal Crack- u ' IMarx Bms., Margarel Dumrnl/ and My Little OMOk¢dee" (Mee Weet, W- C- Fields). Aug. 7: "The Awfu/ Tmlb" (Irene Dunne. Cary crenl) and ^Twentleth Ceo- tury" (CarCle Lombard. John Balrymore). Aug. 11: "Hellzapoppln" (Cle OISe4 Martha Paye) and "II's in the Bag" (Jack Benny. Fred Allen). Aug. 12: "Eesy Livin9' (Jean Annuq Bay MiIla0E1 and "Hallelulahl I'm a eum" (AI Jolson, Harry Langdon). Aug.19: "Tre Cal and the Canary" (BOb Hope, Paulel:e Goddero) and "BrewsleYS Mllllons" IDen s 0'Keefa June Havoc.Eddle "ROCR ~' Anderson). Aug. 14 : "Roman Scan- aalls" (Eddie Canlor, Ruth ERlns). 'We re Not Dressing" Ieing CrosEy, Carole Lam- "Tne Mlrln ol a NaRCn/' Los Angeles Ccunly I! bard, etnel Merman, Bums and Allen) and Museum c1Ar1, B1ng Thealer, 5905 Wilsblrs. I ' The Big Broadcast ol 1939" (W. C. FielEs, 93]-026C. RolrosGectlve ol TB years pt I MarlCa Raye. Bob Hep4 Dorothy Lampurl. Amerlcan fllm cp'netly. Each program Is Aug. 16: "My Man Godfrey' loarele Lom- ompanled byselecued short aomemes, barb, Wiluam Powelp and ^Toeper• (Carr rvs and animalea. This montd:AUg 4: sranL Conslar',Ce Bannell). Aug. 19:•Tne °$nerock Jr.° (6usler KeaNn, Wallace Pa:m Baacn S1ory" (Claudette Colberl,doel eeervloeere Kexaanll a~g ~s: 5 ne M~wro (Ea ra e c~anmooahea~ annurl. aag, zu: Came to Glnoer" (61on1y Woo119J. Bet1e "Modsm Tlmes' (Charles Chaplin, Peulette oavisl a b•Heevsn ean Wolt° (Gene Tlar- OodbarE) antl "Slesper° (WOOdy Allen,
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championxhlp tnum - In cschanuc for rid of a pidmr. \Vlut happened was rhar "feke \laurc lVllis, for example He Husty Buker, whase performance w wc had a his mertfn¢, at which 0~\lal reqdited elnhl r of minoNeaenc r d-.c hu, be o_ lackllarer thet Alaon Ic n, p~eenr anJ we decided :h :-f dc.c.ept I I J'.n. hc je e s You I-. _ :had S :I '-tpth\_ I . Irol t6~I~.fC Ip 1 Rc~c 1 Ih :cho _aot t to ~I ~n sore .hv t r d-_ ~.: hl nt co i.. : pla er jat w L1 :alhur shakl stmt. rhink about a de~rl. In the end~we felr - all the u.nl_ ahaar to pay oH a Compaois hes the a rs. though. that we were better off s with Hc peinr om that not onlywns tV)mn in a slnmp all last _vear_ hut that the alnmp was directly related to n - y personnl problem thhtshowed s?ns of warsenlna Additiomlly, both Pereu- son and Cran'ford had bcen reculady plntooved over the past c,nple of s- sons, so neither eould be coasidernl In- dispcnsablca it is on rh tlnrshall tnde, howerer. :het Campnnis is most defensle. And well he shmdd be After alL here is a esse or a Cy Young Awatd-wfnner bel2 -xnpped for a utility inflelderburneldrr. [ze Lary, whom Cantpanis had dealt y av to Atlanta eadlenn the yeur. and a mch-trm'eledjoutneymav rellef plmher. Eliyc Sosa. And rumers abouuded that Sfsrshnll was renlly traded because he was svch a¢oublemaker tlmr podver er Walter 0'Mslley ordemd Cam- pon s to get rid of him. ••I['s nnrtrne;' Ca:npahisinsisrs- "Nr. O'Malley did not tell me to get rid of ltarshall. He has never rold me m ger CharlicHough at 27 than we were with \Vhether Campants' tlmtgns for the Marshnll at311[arshail probably won t Dodgers will werk out rcmains to be be ar tmd much lon_¢er, while Hoagh. - Ile, for o -onfident- a kmlcklebnll piahea could ve_ well -Wc stlll n~ socne seems hit- pitch for anorher ten years." tiny." he admlts, "and w ould u Howeren in the midvt of explaining , tother eutfielder or two- But we have hls trader, and ploaing new oncT. the esllan: pmspee ¢ coming up in snper-deNer pausec to confess that he the m cially plmhers. As far doesn't rcollc belicre in vades. -ThvCS as plmh ie 'o med, w£II hc hne th nyparofith "Tdontl'ke ir:hefu: {-den idd iv set train_forballplayerslblicvcinhr'x- y¢w•illd:be ueht rblethe in_e them Lip :hrough the farm sustem" llod_sets to keep up wilh he rehor Thafs one r t that he is so Reds? "Yes." Campnnls feels. 'ifd we alarmed bv rhe mling that ullowed r hea them htvd o r Seprember. Andy Ylessersmirh-and, by extension, when we play them sia timzs. _ And. of orhers-ro refusc to sign a comracr coune- if we have sonic luck:' with his o n team aad to sign with Ultimarely, thenr the whecl of feo- rother ch:b as a free s cnt- "History nrne n v have nora to do with the wlllshow; Campavispredic¢"thatthis Dodger ahances this year than Ne , not eood for bnscbnll. A club whrel'ut and denllna of iV Cnmpani=_i must hnse a right to a pluyer's services On the otha hand, as Cnmpnnis m for eanin numherofyeas: otherwlsq tor Bmnch RI kev nlwnys psed ro sny. fri not worrh Investing all that time and 'LUCk is the raidue of desi£n.- And money in developing a player through the Dedgers' roster is the desgu of AI the farm sys[cm. Campanls. • L Delightful to look atl Ctoale a sensotioncc environment thaYs fresh, airy, choorfal and "alive:' This dining or coffee teble becomes a perfect, ecs[y, maintained f terrarlum or aquarwm, in sizes to fit your noods `\VVVII Cxperience the pleasures of 1hB exqolsito indoor garden ar luxurious havenforyourlloaicolfish. Interior deslgners weicome Manday & Fri<iay )0-9.luesdag Wednesday. Ihusdoy3, Sciurdcy 10 6: Sundoy 12-5. 5840 S. Figueroa 1-os Anyeles. Ca 90003 (213) 778-4444 Free delivery up to 75 miles. S5n.00 min. U
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O'SHAUGHNESSY'S Atlantic fiicslielE Plaza 6¢9 2565 Filttt and Flower Sireel a CASEY'S BAR 613 So. 6ranU Ave. -b[s23s3 Los Angeles Magazines Annual Ree`^., )t GcideispabllshedbyLosAngelesMa. _ Co-, 1888CerturyFeC<East,LosAngelcs,: '-a7. =nt7econtentscopyf.gh119'9by'u ~ i Magazine Co-All dghts rasen ! P -.. a in c.J,eo, part~, thoutveittenpernisslor rc„bitsd. -or etltlltlenal copies of this Restau rant G-u'deu aend $2 to Restaurant Guide. Los Ange'°s Mr lazire. '.888 Cenlury Park East Los Angeles Cal if. sCg6'. LES FRERES TAIX li,. oc.i.r. Gin1 - M A RCUS STEAK HOUSE 633 Sculh Guve Slreel-622~0]13
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SOME DOCTORS DOCTORS GO TO We asked a lot of Los Angel+s doctors whlch specialiscv they'd prescribe for themselves if they had an exotic iliness. This's oot meant to be a complete list of all the soperdoctors in Los Angele-there are 15,000 physicians in the county, after ail-bnt these a e a few of the names mm nloued most often by their colleagues. So if we left out your old faithful GP, the one who still makes house calls and was the only one who could have pulled Aunt Minnle through, you really ought to thank us. If we'd printed his name, the next tlme you called you probably wouldn't have been able to get an appointment for six months. CARDIAC SURGEONS Dr. Jerome Kay: operates at St- Vincent's and pioneered in heart-valve surgecy Dr. Jack MatloH: coronsry bypass al CedarsSimi CARDIOLOGISTS Dr. Forest Adams: pediatric nrdiologv Dr. Eliot Corday: led American cardiologists to China Dr. Bortnn FSnke takes care of kids with sick hearts Dr. Herbert Gold: highly respecued by hls collcegues Dr. Herbert 9chine: heads CCLA's Coronary Care Unit Dr. H. J. C. Swan: chief of cardiology at CcdarsSinai DERMATOLOGISTS Dr. Ben Newman Dr. Ronald Relsner Dr. Maxwell Wulfe NEUROLOGISTS Dr. Edward H. Davis: pediatric neurology De Harry Fang: one of the tops at Rancho Los Ami¢os Dr. David Glass: a6o e psychiatrist Dr. John Menkes: M1lenkes syndrome was named alter him Dr. Richard Schalm pediatric neurology Dr. Joseph Vandermnllen: works with patients with Lou Gehrig s Disease at USC{ounty Yfeallcal Center NEUROSURGEONS Dr. Paul CrandaB: eurgically tazts temporal lobe epilepsy Dr. John McRae Dr. Robert Rand: operates on victims of Park'mson's Disease OBSTETRICIANS/ GYNECOLOGISTS Dr. Dan Golenternek Dr. Alfred Helfand Dr. Lester Hlbbard: local Ob.-Gya. prexy Dr. Leon "Red" Krohn: delivered babies of babies he delivered Dr. J. G. Moore: chief of obstetrics at UCLA Dr. Edward Qullligan: his maternity waral at Connty-USC Medlcal Center judged one of the best tn the nation Dr.Keith Russell: pastpresidentof national Ob.-Gyo.soaiety ORTHOPEDISTS Dr. HmlemAmstnx research at UCLA in hip replacement Dr. Frank Jube: fixed up Gary Nolan :md Tonuny John so they could pitch again alr.RObertKevWU: treated Sandy KouEax's elbow Dr. Jules Rasinski: takcs care oE Ihe California AnSek OTOLOGISTS Dr. V ietor J. Gnodhill: chicf of mologv nt UCLA Dr. Howard House: the fazherof mningy Dr. William House: pioneer in Inner<ar surgery PATHOLOGISTS Dr. AI Jennings-e known for Blood Bank work Dr. Benlamin Landing: oce of the mp pediatric pathologists Dr. Robert Lukes: tops in leukemia lreaemznr Dr. Da4een Powars: hanLs USC Sickle Cell R,ocorch Center PEDIATRICIANS Dr. George N. Donnell: physician-inchief at Children's Has- pital and renowncd for work in metabolic peoblems Dr. Eugene Getclman: "one of Ihe linesr:here li' Dr. Joan Hodgman: research In problems of newborns, one of Los Angeles Tbnrs women of the year Dr. Ben Kagan: chief of pcdiatrics at CedaaSinai Dr. Maurke Nziditeh: colleasues say he's tops Dr. Arthur Parmalee: rea=rch wilh prematnrc babies Dr. Ronald Reuben Dr. Sidney Rosin: doctors send their klds to him Dr. Clifford RnM1in Dr. Joseph St. Gente: h:ghly respceted for work with infeo- tious diseases at Ilarbor General Hospilal Dr. Sinron Wile: presidcnl of Reiss-Uvvls Child Center PEDIATRIC SURGEONS Dr.StephenGans De Mark IloRee rcmnsunctive surgery on cerebral palsy victims at Rancho Los Amigos Dr. hbrton Woalley: chief surgeon at Children's Hosphal, respected fur svrg'mal repair of birth defects in newborns PLASTIC SURGEONS Dr. Frenklin L. Ashley: redid a lot ot benntiful women Dr. Gary Brody: specizhzes in burn patieeu Dr. Morey J. Parkes: an expert face hfter Dr. Johv Williams PSYCHIATRISTS Dr. Normnn Farberow: direraoc Suicide Prevention Center Dr. Joshua Goldeo: runs UCLA's Sexnal Dysfnnction Clinic Dr. Erederick Hacker: wodd-famous with clinics here and n Via Dr. Lissv Jarn fk: works with senior, cltlzens Dr. Judd Marmor Dr. L. J. West: testified at the Palry Heart trial RADIOLOGISTS De John Gwinn: has held office in evzry distinguished pedia- ¢ic rndiologic cie:v. weil knewn for diagnostic studies identifying bauercd chlidreu Dr. Alam Syed: sucnessful in 3eatln5lnoperable mmors with radiation at USC SURGEONS Dr. Charles Bonnetn specializei in spinnl deformltles Dr. Paul A. Kaufman: tops in brcast zurgery Dr. W illiom A. Longmire: president of the American Society of Surgeons and chief of sursery at UCLA Dr. Donald Mortom cancer spccial'rst at UCLA 1
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0 OMEGA Ahoy! Captain of the Ship! Use one otour corrv. e int charge plans m Arrerfwn Express • Bankr: ., icard • Master Charge S LAVI C K'S ~Je'xelersSn~ 1917 L2]Wre )p: Streel • LosAngeles CBNUry CI[y Pleze . tt,s..erdtoe • Wordlend Hdls Pmmenede Glendale. La Haaa. Newpon, No¢nndge. Santa Anna. Torrance 8 Wesl Covina Fashion Squares FoxHiIls.NOrthOrange.PUen1eH111s8WestminstarMalls Laguna Hills • San 6ernae6no •Sanla Barbe2 San olego• Lasveges "^d lor us w Gnecp here comes rs Camel's Haircoat :n po_kels sbrm-tab ~ v..ons~. In light lar end . tades,5165;veyprona1 '. r moeredchacked r n Odd Trousers, $65 re wcnnnday1z9 bmcr than bcer. Stnot: A cCly da1k ulc with a stmn¢ nstco a4andonthCV.veetx.da Porter\lnderrv vdarklnmtnad having a creamya rlch foamy heud_ It is Ieeter than regular ale. Lagee The type most Americans like ' best-cloar and light-bodied; also high in carbonation. Hock: Darker, sweeter and hcavler than Iaxer: brnved in the clnter and ttadi- tlonally gocs on-mleln xpnng. Pitsenee A beaolllly light, bright beer- the tenn z . rt,ul rFP brew is fin Lrmth,-rni ~ nCn qbut I ..m-... P nr to m:ltch the Hoai every ba>r Iever has s rype and brand which hc, or she, will fight to the bar rn .''end. If veu cannot find a bramI "i II: among the follawing 79, all a, d.'IC:n the Gvealer Los Angeles erea, pn i clcerly ne, r e_ain, to be u bce- Given of o c hect in the worid, I w rdd mke agenulnePllsener; bur it is itnp -xible tn rank rr v list a 10 tnp impotr, sinca esch is a dnlinc- tlTC tDPC, wlth a special quzllty, Lo be rni on different occasions and with difterem fooas. The r nins bCen, mongh, nppeat in the ocdcv of my per- soual preference, noted by :heir countdes of cr g THE TOP 10 Bass Pale Ale (England): Amber in coloq golden rich in hearty a a and flavor. Ide I to drink wih asls and cheese. HecltGer, tl~ ~IVvePilse drnrp m.~[ . -.r~ A headv honln, nin-hon . r . . _ ' Gninuess Stont (Ireland): God bless the French ncns who snPposedty invented stout, and Gui s[or urqMV on. Dark, rich. vv-Ively. Grzat tor rmnuus stomuchs. Harp Lager Qeer r- - A suPerb light bee ahomadeb ~ _ ..NOttowweeL and full of h ight Ilfe. h hnrr.p (F I I .t 'Masnl I . ~ a.la like mr. . .. .~ ,n LBwenhu Dark I . he dassc dark bccr wlrh ._ bo iele flavor. Sweet and ma11y. Hade,nn's Stout rEu '. I You can taste mehnn- wen: -h t m - alta, St S~ip, down like - I_ aw. Sea- Ntreno Hcs all he best . of ~ I .r ,renatb. . f IrgL1.', . ~ Ia r,at.nnCase I e i n xu1.95 Pl6nner ilr9rreI11C eh~ A~ sl ~.~ A mag- .-rlti ~~ r /- n .~..~full of Gah 5_ t_,.a.m2_6s
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THEPHOENINSNIIFF: A SINISTER NEW TWIST TO WHITE-COLLAR CRIME The death of a reporter always hurts- especially when he s a colleague of yours. Whcn the death results from a hi4 it's not just hurtful, but puvzpng. For while wem conswntly aware of Ihe danger in being memben of the Ncurth Estate, mostly w view the hazard pomntial as patt of fordgn cor- respondence, of cocering wars and riots. It is certainly not part of being a tena- cious, digging local newspersen inter ested in underlining corruption, righting ongs, and eall'mg enennon to Ihe needs cf man and beast. So when I heard on the radio that tepoRer Don Bolles uf the Arizena Republ/c wes blown npart on zhe job (and suffered up to his death 11 day later), fury nose. I knew Bolles by phone only. He had been Newsweeks man in Azlnona when I w working for the ewsweekty out of the Ins A2Geles bureau. Bolles was pare on words, pro- fesstonal, got the job donc. He had a dutaste for white-collar crime, espeeiall,v because its disguise of legitimacy suck- ered many little people with limited or fixed tncomes. Thc perpetrators of whlr copar crime weuld also teke big money, of course-thal'd run off with whatever was available. Bolles was wa¢hing it grow in PM1oenix almost as fast as Ihc smog covet. We hare it here in Los Aneles, too By John Peer Nugent 'r...One thing the country-club Swindler Set has in common with the Mob is determination. We're just beginning to see the degree..:' promiucnt plaees. He didn't waste time wtth street hustlers and peuny-ante wln3ers. Hls quarry wes those who re suppesed to know better ahout fast- bueking on a crnoked track; they elzim to know all political leaders on the most inhmate terms, and have the best coumcl money (or smek optious7 c n buy. Appureudy Bolles wrote about someone who decided the best way to kill the story v.as to kill Ihe reporter_ Of eouae [hat`s ridiculeus. Reul mob- stea don't like exposcs and do/n5 prison 5me, but they accept thern as occupa- ennot hazards. Not so with the tailored mt who han fancy, gol&Nhered Glaqnes on the wells behind their polished dcsks, keep wet bars stocked for impresdng ConvrµLt /916 Los Angeles iUaBe:ine mrd John Peer Nucen~. -in spades. It's sometimes the stulf of visicors and probably dLvcouree at jctset,bigBel-Airbusincssmenwlthpoli- lenath about the evils of Organized tical friends and chie resrxwnut credi4 Cri.me-andcertainlytheviolenterime nised in Vallcy unct hames sud- of Ihare blacks and ehicsnos-in their denly emerziog with Versar ways. They law-abiding secicry. Por a member of naSemmakesocietycolumusbccanse a mity's power brokers to be theivHackshavethesmisofwartcThen can¢ht~n moucy game thnt the e day it all con,es home i hooks have laws a-es:usq the expumre is artlclesthewayitdidforEquftyFundinS rethanavoccepauonalhazard-its ancl Geolek. leprons_ The reacdon of the fneered is But the club doesv t Cold c.sily. One oie of malevor.enec dtingwhhe-collarcriminalshaveincom- Thc pecpetraro, of what is called with the Mub is determination. wh:te<ollar-vnd should really be men Were jusl beginning to see to what called while-shee-crime-. are a se- degrcc. In the Bolles case, it was brutal. dudug breed. They don t hove nick- Bolles wus Uie victim of a erime you es IikeThrec-Fiogcred Nick", arrhe ndl really eau senselecs, it w lery endoimeirnamemeremightlwa"IIL'• purposeful. He had dug 'mto cotmption They appear m do everythiuq rlpht They and fraud by cerum individunls in ~re the booxter hnvs who think golf or 76 rasnrvseL=s
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THE BEST DOCTORS IN TFIE NOUSE By Kathleen Neumeyer The physicians tell how they choose a specialist, and even list some of their favorites Paying a routine visit to hcr gyneco- logist last year, a young Beverly Hills woman struck up a c ation about the anestheslelogsta strike, a then under way. "Ii s ceusing a lot of couCusion for me," her doctor confided, "because I've got patients flying in ert week from aa York and \Yzshington for surgcrv, and I cant be positive we're going to be able to operate" "Why" his patient asked in - mrut, '"would anyone come here from New York or Washington for surgery' They have goad hospitals there," "Well," the doctor replied shyly, "I guess they've heard Of ine." Among the 15000 or so licensed physicians iv Los Angeles County, with perhaps 13,000 of them actively eneaged in pauent care, there are zn estimated 9,000 specielish.8ome are terrific, some ndequate, and with some you wwld be better off takiug two dspirins. Then there are the 'superdoctvri'- those held in the highest eteem of thclr colleagues, the kind of doctors 'hat olhec doctors go to tbemsclves er m whom they send their most difficult e ses. Some of them are so epeclalleed and high u rhe medical hierarchy that if you're in eed of their care, chances are yeu're in pretty terrible shape. In fact, some of thc true snperdoa[ors don't even sec pntlen's -they spend the bulk of tbelr time in research, serving on Presidential com- ns or delivering papers atteavted meetings. And when they do see a patient, they're smmvnded by other doc- ters, there to pick ap pointers. But let's face it The ills that afflict most of us most Of the time are pretty ordinary indeed, Ihank Gnd. nnd x really don't need a med[cal genios to tell us to lose weight and stop smoking. Still, even if you aten't looking for a super- dectoc' it's good to know' that your vwn phy.C 'a is mpetent and qualified. So whatave Ihe identifying traits of a good doctor? "If you are looking for a pediatriclnn, for cxamplc;'says Dr. Ron- ald Reuhen, a Beverly Hills pediatrician and pediatric al lergist, "it is ideal to have a person who is cerfified by the American Board of Pedlaalcs. Thats the first thing. Thca, T think being on the staR Of one ur more of the major hospltals, or being on the stafl of ooe o[ the major teaching nstituticns is an important sign." The Los Aneeles County Medical Association publlshes a dfreetory that Ists physiclana who have been certified by the various boards in their fields: it is ailable to doctors, and membecs Of the public can check it by calling LACMA. As for the hospitals with which your doctor's affiliated, ask hinc Anmher physiciaq not board-certified himself but on the faculty of a local medical school. said he felt eertificzlion was an important clnc to the qualification of yovng docturs. "but with older m , they may be Ineking it because of diRer ences in the rules 20 years ago. I'd be more interested in where an older doctor trained and the reputation he has- Wiih a yarr r doctor, you'd wonder why he didn't have certification." "There are a lot of brilliant doctors, but that doesn't mean they are good doc- tors," says another. "Many m academically knowledgeable, but that doesn't make them good. Thati only part of it. I knew ooe cardiologist i town, and I know a terrific internist, and I wouldn't let either one of them take care of me under any cir.umstances- becanse they lack warmth." "I think the sign of a good doctor is an uncrowded waiting room," says a West- sidepsychoanalvst "Any doctor who's trying to nuh hls patients through at ten-minnte intervals just isn't spending cnough time with them. Pxcept when there has been an emergeneg a crowded waiting room means one of two things's either his oficc hclp doesn't book him intelligently, or he's operating a mill." "It's a common misconception rhat a iong wait means a good doctor;' Reaben "A lot of doclors who have crowded ?aiting rooms may be doing a lot Of shot treatments and so on. The waiting time jnsu doesn i relate to the quality of onre." "Some doctors get their names in the papers in the society columvs, and people thiok they're good becuuse they ve heard of them;' says Dr. Stuart Brien, an ob- stemician and gynecologist who will fly to Switxerland this mouth to deliver a baby. "Actually, the bcst ductors would almost pay to keep theh names out of the 70 ros<nne_s
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OFFICIAL OPENING AUGUST 1 AMBASSADOR TENNIS Ft HEALTH CLUB AT THE AMBASSADOR HOTEL 3400 WILSHIRE BOULEVARD BOB LUTZ DIRECTOR OF TENNIS Ten outdoor lighted courts, video replay, teaching lanes, and a machine that can beat you at tennis. Plus a complete health club (free to members af the tennis club or only $300 per year as a separate membership), Olympic pool, running tracN, and much more. First 300 charter members pay only $300 plus monthly charge. For more information, call 385-6487 I BACK WHEN L.A. BASEBALL WAS JUST A SIMPLE GAME By Joe Scott Remembering the Angels and the Stars Lonybcfore Wnllcr0'Nlallep mmed hia sisle4 bcllcve me. If Las Arigelcs e ev r Breoklyn Dadgcr fevnchise out of Eh- came close to a civil war among its citi- bca Field, baseball men recognized that 7enwas when the Aoeels and Stars Ina AnSeles was a boom tmvn for the played ball. sport. lbe Hollywood Slars and Los i AnSele Anyels, in rheh Pucihc Coast Nlck 1. °BUllet' Vuslch muy be he Lca_nuc hcyday, drew crow*IS wcil owr uhimatc superfan of tM city baseball 500,000 for Ihn.e torrid, waeklorl,n ceuc, having atteoded every local home h m a 1 h g- s at th St : C 1. p - f the p 1 56 y a. A recent re F Id -s from th F hl at Nlkola Y.d rcr Stadium Market f h p k' c I ents) or BnIIeC's d`-h, svh,.hthe oas ~ theAnSeLs'WrlgleyField.at43ndStreet sportsandpollt pubnamcdafmrhim, ~ and A. lo B Id v h ho: h the way it Stc. Bik th A 1 fi.1tre b i th I E di captured Ih h t f' Ja- d ' g th rl I p tmam's fi 1t Vlr[Iey F Id He I I't madc at msha znyhomerunsovertherld gngley F:cld. cb remcmbered. Adck ,.. , in IeR [iehi that fans began >ppeWng day, 1<' A fe0a named Hal 1 11ng lapp a d.. 1'o1 the Rh} .h tto th SnFrandsco e-er A . A g l l t.- k h S I. A d.A Id J ' Stata of the ,ned , p P ip th1 IPns A Lasthe t td f sveplavcr - he ent dow'u be the parent 1 pl y in th b[ a the cnd t_mcer~ swresChnekConnora.BC- oftVorldWarll." fore N.r e up his Angels Slnve to be- Few students of local diamond acGon to an acror. Connors was a favorite dizagree. ]n 1939, Sloq who now on the banquet clrcuit and won renown lives in Laguna Hills, wos batting .3S/ for his ~pir9tcd rendition of °Casey at in the PCL The fly chaser was then 40 Ihe BaC" ycars old. Over at Gllmore Field, the distinct Hotstoca leaeuc bul3e m:ry argue fat- hem for Stxir fans in he 1950, was Car- er aboutwhich Angel or5tarteam los Bcrufer. who acquired the nickname thc greatest in the PCL e a. bfanv of Ihe "POerm Rican Peppcr Puf' be- thlnk ic ns Ihe 1934 Anaels. Bb,!de, a-e of I' fe y field pl d' t, base St t m t b of tt t Iczm sdll and y freqt tI p- -tn 1 i-so urh r I r--, carl pim C I j ncd H II d in p It . C. I C tt F' Thomas _ 195'_- pm son with th p rent an I G.ne L Ilaid. TacA Sminb ek -s Pi~rsburgh Pirates and then remrncd ro wtth he Dodgers' oraaniz~tion, while play a mean om, dd for the Stars until flmm,v Rcese ia a.wciated alth the Cali- ~ their rinal inning ava team In 1957. fornia AnpeLv. Those crnse-b~~r feuds be¢vecn the In the va>S bctwceu 1915 and the S wrs and A.,: he '14RCUlt for cal demiscof the PCL in 1957, bolh newer c~y r_ . -comoraheud in ~heAnoels and Suus ficlded some a nme ef mc -:•i . n .~aLi. But they _'mdividnal smrn. vusich watched a8 - of ihen ond haI contc up wirh his ver- IneSmn. puhlhher n/The Political Ami- on ot a locvl AII-Star team ca-tain to mnl n"wo{e/ter. '. •n JollonInR iM1e Np the memory of many of Ils who werc ]ocal bn.eDul1ce he sraned sL~ umbers of Iho -Knothnle Gang" dur- /ing in 6/enchosnr Loo AnAelei W.IS/ey n3 the era: Fie/d.no. eJ.mr39cenna:n. Earl Rattay (An6cln). Johnrry Ro- 66 m..?>..et..=
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TAKINGASiANDON THEUTAIYpI1DLAME Wachs: "...They can't just throw some paint on a highway, call it the Diamond Lane, and expect it to work.. ° Condition red... had aemally commined their opinions to publicscruflny in this While it's true that most everyone you talk to has nothicg but election a a Here, then. a e the observations of a couple bum raps for our Glistening Glldewny along the Santa \tooku doaen ai Cnlliornia's dccmd represcutui.'cs regerding [he Frccway,wegot[othivkinghowveryfewoflhelocalpoGSCians DlamondCsne.ThebunouhoGnelsuptoyeu. Conncilman Robert Farrell The Aamond Lane experiment one of several innovations In trardprtation planning and technology nddve_aing itsclf to more eficient use of the fremvay syatem_.P 1-itblyman Tom Bane I h I>iammnd Laneas proved ~ divntrom, nnd only s mebndy ." no doe.ait xnr.t m aemit he's oild w mt ro conC t t'na pm It eliminntes v at u used byeftmbulunee and bY tow trucks to clear accidents " Supervisor James Hayes °It is nec rv that the ecpert- ent be wed to pro eed to completion so the data collected will be valuable and vizhle." Senatnr Dand R b t 4s evidence of y f ustrxiou with the whole thbg, if I m my plane one moa time at LAX on Monday morn ngs when my wifv- dric wll hzv< [o pick up m mother a a thvd plusenger,end shc willjus[hnve to come alonp tbr nre rlde.' Supervisur Edmund Edelmnn "reople a verly c mcd vnth the prueut and d..Jlewke into c nsidemtion the ftnnrm Shonld there be a gas shotlage even gas rationing in the fcture~w'e will at least hacethe uinmona Lane to help remedy the pmblem" C d1 om,n r E> st ~,nn Th zuds ~..nd hcy stom It i . qut e h:n ~ . .. .. . m.n ~. IF- - x ..1es of DL.,non, L..i. ~.ar wnh o.oormo,.l Councilman David Cunningham "lhey are lie thing to da... Going a long way to utlllu e erfcient use of the ttane- portation resources " . Senutor \ute Holden "l'hc ycc dent rate h+o 'nesed re thzn 40o per ccnt. and inere hns beenn r pallntion snd h cl c npEon. I'v Innoduced a solution to ¢I the pmgram. LifrstYles in Callfamin are not conducive to Ihe pmE'ranr'
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THE BEST DOCTORS ¢enetlc ori~in. Dr. \\illium Heseil6 u professor of internal medicine at UCLA. is considered a expert on infectiots diseases resistant to antibiotics: Internist De R'illiam S. Adnms is tops on hemaro- logical problems, and De Darleen Pow• ars at USC is one of the principal Investi- gama into sickle cell anemla- One of the newest specialties, whose boundarie.s overlap imo pedlatrics. psy- chiatry and pathology, is medical genet- cc Two respected pioneers in this held are Dr, Barbara Ctnndall, head of the division of medical genetics at UCLA and a professor of pediatrics and psy chlatry; and Dr. Miriam Wilson, chief of the genetic division at County-USC and a pediatrician. Both doctnrs are experts amsls. thr prcnaud din numGc defsts. TheJula•.Smin Lyc Clinlc h -. of the natio:is fincst nphtham• Dr.ltrodlcvStnntsnu, .Ilr.Lenna~l tpi ard I)r, Robert Chridmisun. Dr. I rn id is Rimoin 'ar Ilerhor Geimrnl Hoxp nationwide atdhorRy an midge. and dwarfs and growth proMcros in ch'.ldren- And Dr. Mnrlon Crvssman hcnds the largc.t ulcer research center in the worid at Wadsworth Hospirnl at Ihe Veter s' Adm istrntlon. and is a lead- ing espcrt on digcaive hormones. (le's also on the medicai h-dtv at UCLA. One of the beghtcst Ilghts at County- USC Medical Ccnter is Dr. Bruce Zawacki, .vho heads the burn-carc ccn- acer ter, which treats patients from all the globa. USC's Dr. Samuel Beaman is highly rc_eazdcd for his invention of an artlfieial pencreas for uscin dlabetes. Dr. Te1Per Reynolds enjoys a nation- wide reputation as a lieu spcctalin. A . I tcam i i Denver I,c Ihe only o d,~, intry n v daln3 liver trans pla . butthe workups nrc dooc under Rc 'di cupcrcisian m Connq.-USC, --I when i,.lmhic nonor u fnund, n rr+hcT to Donver. - D<~~Rnhart Acatnrs ct Rincho Los Amigos has done pionecrin¢ work i slroke rchabihtanon, implanting elec- lricnl dcclces which aausmlt clectrie eur- ents via radio waves that stimule.te scles to lift the patlent's paralyzed limhx. cnabliog hlm to wolk ne_uin. Finally: "If you were to have a heart attack some Wednesday aftcrnoon on the golf course," number of Los Angeles physicians w askcA, 'Whom would you like to have in your fou= some", 'To be quite honest_" one doctor Te- pGed, "I'd wunl fhe other three to be Los Angeles County paramedics)'  LET'S HEAR IT FOR THE HOUSES Back in 1946, Hnward House was a young e and throat specialist trying to limlr his prac5ce lust to cars5 wSen he operated an the 19-ycacold daughter of a well-to-do fsmily. Hc restorcd her hearing; then, a xeek er so Izter, the father's attorney showed up and proceeded to tell him how the family waa vety grateful, but they thouohtthc fee was out of line. When it turned out that he wanmd Home to rnise his fee, "I told him no, that Sioo a my n nal fee, and it w eettled.• So inrtead the parents endowed a research center, known now av !he Ear Research Insti- tute, located ou the g unds of St. Viooenfs Hospital Along with n emus other donors over the ycars, thas- parents have remained the anonymous benefactors of a facility which has trained riterally thousands of e spc- einlists who co e to study under House and his c imlly renowned brother, William. re~he instimtc staff diHercntiates between the v Houses by calling them Dr. Howard, Dr- Bill and now Do Iohn, slnce Howard's son hes joined them. And they aren't even all of the House doemrs: All focr sons of Dr 'House a dentist from Whittier became doctoa. One 1, .. veterinarian, another a dentist. And Ho.aard's other .on, Kenneth.is apsychialrist. D.WII'mH .e h tedth 1n. - Assocattons dstingu'shed suv 1 ' , developed the clcctrori.i cocNlear mplent. r. - cally implanted behind the enrs of the profoundly a.,.f~ I nllows them to hear euvimnmemnl noise. He is nha credin.i with refining snrgical procedures in removing oummas to a point where the mortalitv ram hex u.~..n from 40 per cc t to 1: thim 2 p wn. Dr. Howard Honse pat t p s d. t of three sep t pres- ttgioos medical p alty tieti I~ hv t II of Britain's Royal College of Su a'cmtW 1 v mn, with having made emlugy-the study of the e.r- Apeeialty of its own. In the past, the srudiev of ears,no and throats were usuallv lumped together, with the emphaeu on the voses and throar. During the 1960, rho Finr Rcscarch Institute became afiliated with thc CSC Medicul School and'oliedng courscs in omleay, bccomine_ the first n!he wurld to otTCr a maa2r-s dcgree pro3ram . ~i lo a full reaehing and lecturing Iond, both ' br~h. ent dedy at the Otolosie Iv(edcal Group, .. ,..,- ..-. r" m the Ear Research Insdtme. There are a huge h 6 1 nleunr- - b he e.e'tming ro filled witb t - vd sophlsticated dlagnostic equipment. in j d addi . nto a v ..e morc than 500 visitiny doeters from mnund . the world wb. m Cmough the insrimte s e 200 ~ ~ speeivlIIts prlvnte p~tnt. e _ . en by an' of rhe rn as. n-,[d.' Ih pvt . P t taefer - f om all over but one o( the most ccl br ted a m D H ns ditl p rate on. Some yearsso.he -tsrk t -thelat p-:identHerbert Hoovcr _ who was rclircl at thc tlmc, and qultc hard o[ hearing, Aflcr.somc mnsulmfion, the former Prasidcnt told I)e Houze,'YOUng man. I'm xum thnr }nu are a tlue doctor but I have a little hlack tov here, and when I turn the dial. I I turn oR the world. No nne is going to spoil that for mc" ' 74 cos ase-
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FORTRESS INCORPORATED P t to. 1 p Caler6atlsn1lalmdGO ta_cr elesdesgnerl lyd ySNflym:dmemrlaaturedm6a11 _ P 1 I 5 8 a lable in a broad range of I e fa0rics, lesthers COM P t t - available anb througM1 nt designers antl LL F r essHravrw.alvtl bR'l I 8everly 91vC., LosAO9elxs. CA',21312 2]3 5800 ~~~r ~ e~ A x ~~nt E ~ s L11 A CMORu1 ~~ As unE ,t.nQu ry ~Y ~r...--us Llllt,. cNoR ~ -----TheOriginalCastReco.ding A ~ of the Tony-winning, Pulitzer-winning, totally-winning "A Chorus Line'.' On Columbia Records and Tapes. eu4 f uae,yau.hculdn'tmisstheshow:ifsplayi g LasAngelesasthe ShubesTheatre,opaningluly] ,.,,,..w . ,_. -toa aetuallv s:mctianed. nf oll alcnhnlic bcveraecs, bea' is gcncmlly ennsitlored Ihn moa hcaltlrc. 13u~I., 1.,aninglo- ntdlikeapnl. llc rcl.uions person i, r the Ameocan bre h,d,lry. which is crnairdy n the ci+.v si e I much pmfer imported beea and ales, and nor becuuse buying them has recantly bewm another silly statns symbol. Thcy just happen, on the whole, to he better made and berter tast, g. Thu judement is nol likely to czuse any lo.vs of sleep or ]ob; amoug brew- rasle4• in Olympia, St I-ouis. Milwao- kue and points Eest.slnce foreign labcls unt for only I per cent of US- bec sales. But there is another stafisric which they might unis to worry about: th's c untry, Ihe largest producer o[ beer in the world, imports nearly 15 times ns many cases as it exports-.Naybe other countries are trying to tell os that gooA old Ameeican m s prnAuction does not make for a better brcw. (hey re riaM, of course While there a a few eLeuent do- ( b r- ' labi in Gil foia I ke W h lob Steam Bee and 9 11anC s XXX A1 th Qr t I ty h e b e b d 1 q kly t b - Ily fi or l4 _r of the g 1 p od . take other ptfAucuon snort cucs. Instcad of waiting for cmbouatlon to comethrou_eh natural and leisurely fecmentatlon, as the Europeans do, we pomp gas into the beer vhortly before bottling. RxstilL a burpy, gaseous bevcmr - And then, of cmnse, we nse a little artificial wloring or czmiellzeA sugar ro give o r darker ncats that "genuino" Old wndd eolnr, which i9 riohay acbm.,ea by namg bader mam. snt~tr o- Icv can be a pretty expensive ingredient when the brewery e_IZnis are figlrting to knock a penny off the price of a si,s-park. So out eome the mait suhstitutes: co , taploco staah, malt symps, etc. Now English and Continental brewers also n e thesc "mah atliam6:' as they are slyly ca1lcJ, but to a far ]esscr degree than w . You can teste he ditferwee, especinlly in Munich-mnde beers, where the law sta[es nnlv uondultermed mah mav be scd. The oet result of our modernizing the tred[lionzl methods of ntewing has been a thinner beer, with a hevd which disup2ears seconds atter pouring. The laucr problem has been quickly sohed by addin8 gnnn araMC to mnkc thc foam stick aronnd a little longcr- dnl nothing has been done about the thin. stick Inzte af tnast American bcers. With all the a de f 1 F opea rco- t- 'n. alA. 1, u would th' k t. plc 1 to d r qlass of impor4d 0. W IL as I'u .n d. for 60 0 . st-.
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I WANTATABLE , JUST LIKE JACKIE 0 S I hn.e ofren wondered if all the dls- clPles w e happy with the e l,enls at the Last Supr..-. Pctcr, Mark and the rest bcst table in the house, or s, e th} ...rved in ',e of those ssde tnoms, usaatlV rvd for oplce partics and lunlor Chamberof Commerce meetlnesP Frnm the evenine the first Neander- th:d man found his cmmmary ttcuc slab before ti,e barbeeuc pit occupied hy a , w, longfiaitnd celebrity in Cave CI-n and women hace beeu battling m tiin accommodalions. WasitTm^• Capotn or Con3resn,an Wayne H .,ho said that it is not whot cou ent hut ~merrnines served that d stvho7 yltt not-so-new restauronv and the qucstions v only Iv.Has he mnirte d' plzced yau nmong vc icial pcen." (You can bet thet if Na' , \ntoinctte rcally did sar If the rnhble. Let rhem eat cake:' shc artalnl} addaa -6It uol ie a table neat mmel) Secondlv. re yuo seated wherc vou c:m se and I.e nean nv all- Only the mntlmely shy or secure-ehoose to xit wph their backv to the asscmbled coucurs. This nll iy l e pmto _ll Mit , h'md thes t b I ntcs lle: tain I .ent of Icgitimacy. After ull- a yood ,an of the pleasure If haeh,g dinner in ~ 9ne re ant in the feeEn, mnt v hclosa ,herc nnd wlll be i, a relaxed positl.n to v]tl.e n rrot n s. This _n'tbcad,cml-fyot andyourqtcsrs .,slfimnnd n, dooamp owside me . _ entrance to the kitchen. made kc~rr.oflh, bt". ,frou.n out m,der mc a;r-enddiao~~~a vent. Rcerlium y es bken by thosc who feel lh<y have hccn truly III-seated By Bruce David Colen Getting the top seat in the house. even if you aren't a BP H ' b n - ,h.e reslroc Ill sk Ves[nurant Jbo t :. mrned on all - I the dmins and set r Nhen i Ithe setl- c chaneed to hlcheruro~ So thn, } nceJ not go quhe ns far to avoid d,. , bcrian noe:n und crannles n th, local ...ndr.,. h t undup of thcl.,,rmbla.l .= fLoeAngel:' ,ener mrtaur_n Rut , m"rmnt notc, aOd mailre d'S are n . ~i t,l Iv r.LS i t o,fd., dnr locadon is beuer tha n anomer In mcir m.mt 1 , .k]iorfndSdaI rablc numbms a good n- of Ihcm aeted ,,s thou^h I wanted the combina- tiontoFOr.'r_n-. L r ••,plr Ronnld Clinr. ,.... CI . ced llmt he .zlle d,. _,s the table codc In ba.9e thv.h _n buJ_:ns a spadre ~e ervnGan. ~..,,emec when I Indnlrca ubout the nvmes of Chnseiir dlfferent dining rooms, he could not re- mcmbcr hem for the hfe afhlm. l I thlnk ClintY feare nre a tdOc e.aluerar.a. , c there all c i st ihose of us who are prinanlc c nea md with svho wirh a eerourani s cdsioe t is d:nln~ ucross the table from uc- nel ocross the room. TLe Beverly Hills Hotel Polo Lounge, the favoriteshowcase tor those who need to bc smnd at. The prime locatiens xre mhles `I, '~'L and q3, opposile the emmnce to the raom and fac.ng the bar. ELZabuh Taylcrr as _oed an authorlry where to rest or.i s bod¢ p:o- fer~Z on Che PaBn: i, is such a rdado3 deJight to lt nchca, n A s la.ely teracc -d n th t t hl - e jt.t r htful . Outt if it is -r , ry, you t choose to ask for one with an umhrella or rc- qnest a Ingnovercd bamh on the back tier. Fot rrscr: ntions, speak to Nina at Innch ar Anto:nc after 5. Beeedy Wilshire Hotel: Regular rnsto- s of Ihe El Padrino „ould seem to bc tellina Hcrnando Couvrizht that lhcy s,he old Y l Oak Hur for they p fer tail 'o =6, _7 and t3 a section of banquetms to the left of thc d o f - y t Ct celln,t for bar va¢F_na. Le, is hptoi,_ In Lo Be1L Pontvm, anv oi tbe bnnquatee alon5 the 'arie ar, - trablc, allhough the twa baolhs n,her side of the entrmm can L - +1.1-_xl RG3
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THE BIG BYPASS BOOM By Sally Davis The buslonds of tourists pour into Houston for threc-week ptepald srays. They don't see much of the eountreside; they'rc net interested in the Astrodome; they canhe blandest food in town, and they don't buy souvenirs. The whnle vrip costs them SI0,000, but they go home happy, theh v well spent. They've all given themselves anyuhere fromfiveto30momywrsaflife~ They do take backsumcthins to remember the vislt It, - a30.inchscarontheiosldesoftheirlegsandanotherzippar r from collarbone to wuist to mark them ever after as recipievts of a bypas; which sounde like a picca ofCnltrens jargon hut is actually the latest and by far the most success- lul tbrm of open-heart surgery. It has also become, in the eight ycars siuce it became a feasible proccdurc cxtremely fashionable. Dr. William Nolen, anthor of a new book, Surgeon f.itder the Kreife, the story of his own bypass, says some i0.000 will be done I. the U.S. this venr. Beverly Hllls cardi- oloeist Dr. Rexford Kennamer, whose patient list lnclndes £lixabeth Taylor and Peter Sellen, reckons 60 to 95 b, passes a week are being done in the six or seven major Los Angeles haspitals alone- And that doesnt take into account ?I of thcsmallerlndependenthospitals. Fashionable it mzy be, but it is hardly frivolous- Thls opetafion is literally a lifesavee O,er the past eight year or so, the transplant superstars, the Coalcys and the Rarcards. have had the ¢lory I. claasc the op ~.n was o success butthepatientdied"ttadition -RUtthevrgeonshzve been chalking up the solid, mostly unl d. ~ed, gains. In the past two years the procedure has really boomed. The mortality rate has been reduced from almost'_0 per cent to a phenomenal one per cent, about the same as for an ap- ~ pendectomy. Los Angeles heart mrgeon Dr. Ralph Hutoh- ingm who works out of the Brolman Memoriai Hospital in Cutver City, does four to five bypasses weekly and has never lost a pat!eut, "There's been a dramatic ivcrease I. the vum- her of bypasses done in the last two years," he says, "snnply bec nse the results have been so eotd. Jr has now become a wiolly succes.fN surgcry." Here's how its done: If two of your arteries are blocked. eeed z double bypast which is both mare sual ,.it mare successful than a sinele. The chest is opened the breastbone sawed through and wrenched apartheert pump- ing functions are taken over by a machine while an artery emoved from the Icg and grafted onto the hean et ane end and onto the main artery below the blockages at the other, therebv bypas ine the diseased areas. The 45-hcur postoperativeperiod sspentinintensivecare,wherespeclal- ly nained nurses monitor every bodily fuuction- But the rc- . rate is phenomenal for such a seemingly aaumnric oromdore. Dc Nolen was back on the r.necuetball co•.uts onths after his attack, and my 69 ;vcar-old falher..vho nnCerwent the same procedure recently s walking two mllee and drbinn himself aronnd tman thrve weeks a...r he'd one under the knife. Locelly. Dr- Kenrmmer is of the bypnsi bigsest boosters. "Its popolarity Is simple~ the result of the enormous incidence of coronary arteiq discace in the American male Dr-Ker..-rnu if public health serviees made known just how high it is, them would be panic. It's an epidemic ICs worse than smallpox ever wasl' Ketmamer says, however, that the prospects for better cardiac health in the U.S. are lookine up- People at least are now aware that though they cant do anything about their heredity or their sez, they can increase their chances enoo- mously by watching their dlers, exercising and smpping smoking, The bypase, he says, is ooraging because its prevenmtlve in nature "A e'miple walking-]o,ng stress test will show irregularities in an EKG Icng before any symp- toms appenq so we can do this pmcedore vcry early/" he paints at. What the mitacle operation Ei,s is a new life in a real write. Dr. Kennamer cires his star patient. Gcerge Burns, bypassed at 79, who after surgery can an Oscer and xtzrted whole n rc -"Hes mser been bLLVier;' sa m. his cardiologist prondlv- lValter Matthau, a more recent bypassee, was well enough to be overheanl recently m ting about the price of the whole thing. A so sign, say his friends, that bc's been restoted to normal heulrh And Rams geacral menuger pou Klosterman, 46, is aoother on the recovery 16t after emer- gency bypasssurgery . The preaf of the pudding for many, though, is the fact that doctors themselves are linin5 up to be bypassed. "I've had a.out is doctor putients who've had it," says Dr. Kconamer. It's because they're more aware if they're in a high-dsk category so far as their family nhetitance race and eez ga. So they €etthemselves tested eady_" Points out Dr. Nolen: "That's a very good advertisement for the proeedure. Its a bit like looking far Chinese people cnting in a Chinese restaurant. If the doctors want it, it hns in he ~aotL" 0 j 1
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Snpcrvisor Scnndh IIUMr "'Ihe Dinmond Lane is an abso- lute Ilap. The projecL should be abol/shcd fonhwith' Caundlman \larvin Rrnude "Mv patknce and that of dm citieens oc tos Angeles hns been I tazedta tls brcoking pai Lltis time tar Cl4ans to nlake a i I ~ tlvc ceplanatlon of why t dcfin Irds faibJ to smify tlle opp s he :- ondlions whieh e pmy tF.c Diamond IUm~.,i li think the time hos co x for '. public officials to be m atnte ongF to adndt e n jutL- mem, mther than Imposltl Ihe burden af those minakes on he . public." Cr I w it diacnntinued. All ay c s from my ~ t [ h ece v~~ one n rrlk ~ e~ fvor of hi HEDGING Counei0n:m Jolm S.Gibsonlr. AI p ' I fceli g ' tti s arour P is Ih t pp t ' P [ tl- k t t -I- u Ilth"ceaa'mpactn `Ihm'e. Af@r the Plan 1aG been in elled [ onfna o o. I rrould s.wnluate my teerngs:' TAKING A STAND ON f HL DIAMOND LANE Cuuncilnr:m Zev Yarnslu.nS 'I have filed a suit Ir coi e nst the Cartrans pfen J fiot h be dlseontlnueJ:' A.ssemM1lvman F rank L: "MOrc pcoplc ar alnp curface nreets, when they ncod repmr, costs fall on Ihe locnl taapnyeC' Senator Vewtun Russell - -I[s had its tdnl a.ul "r failed _.It should not be pe petmted" Aseomblyman Howard Bennan "The Diam-d Lane profccr was ertainlv b.~ ~1 I well-inlun- tioncd iMv eat ~implementa- tion has -~.. p-i . ..-euted. and Ihe p~. " 1 . u..... -.,a e - nrle -- , lo he a Ing pubuc II u vilel, I think~to . crgyan.lrednccpolwtlon and congelion o urfrccwavsn but f ti Ih Diamond nJ I pe' has p uced tl e opposite eRect.- Supervisur Peter Sdobmmn I F ' ed g Ptl h ll 1 d.. tM1 h:=l6n eh(m to ftlly e:h ate il:' Cannuilmm Joel Racht YSmcepmally-tte idea is gnad. Fm mcy diJn t do it co ecdy- lTny atit R6l thrnw ec p'ai a hlghwu _ call it he Diamond Lane and e[p.<t l ro ark: Assemhlpnun Ruherl Iteverlv t "1 ..cnl out bclwmn ) 30 and ~ 8JU onc momin3 and m5' mvn obso . , s IFm Ihc Ivne _ ~._I t.JL At ~ paint,ln r.rnfannnr/~g Ihe whale y _ A(y Saa.LLUC t.,m'_-..u_.._ -'Santa Monlc" s"n " i~ne taken awa, ~nd Il tFa: On addins a Inne, and w dng to s how thn[ aor.e. Senator H. 1.. Richardson "Its the ultinmR elitist hur u-m8c g t. II all goev back tonvthe mmidea that aoto n nulactnam can pro- ums fnttcr than e ~~ c n produee highways Senamr Alan Robbins A stupiJ idea thought up by ~ wden c ing upperr In ,,. Ilc-lev 1 boneaucrats. Back m Ihc draving board " Aaenrblyman RieF=rd Alatorre "1 feel Ihe proied is a cumplete and wtal fnilnrc." Cnnndlman Frnnni Hemnrdi "1 w o of uhe few councl- n who Inltially voted agnlnsl theDiamond Lane. The pmb- leaiL uould c ealn w e pre dlctable at the time. The high tmcted for o s - puPove - ns e traffic. We ahonld snpplcment that, not haiderit. I Couneilman Gilberl Linds r . y The greatest e2tnstrophein he hislory of our ttalno eltontloa:' Snpervisor Baxter Nord '. Senator James N'edwurth 'It Z'AlI Ih tl "It's b c. ob ndogglc od are a stick th '.Iing tt JYhliglcan carrot . to hn x the progrrranceled ' Cuuncllwonran Pat Rnssell Mqemblyman .11an Siemty, "In alfic~. .. .. try- v l.. ,g'. - - experi-air . „ . . . ., . ta be giv iLe _. ib , to dema.vtralx with t d L dmv. - n be ncesstul. I e I'J IIk itle ¢ to tbfs polnl thattha IYa- cnntmeforI wl I -i C-- along Lhe Santa ! NI I'rv hie bcen given c lo det¢minc Ibnt ~~ It ha nolnwarked ned n shonld I bc Swvndnued' -
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"... Some of the superdoctors are so specialized that if you need their care, you are probably in pretty bad shape..:' Hause. alsn an ear ursean. nre c.edited with making ears a snbspeclnhp all their after re, of being lnmped to- eether with noses and threan. Some bc- lleve Dr. Willlam House mayetientualh' in the Nobel Prize for his advances in ear srvgery. "As a abdominal st neon. Dr. Wil- liam Longmire at UCLA is defnitelv Ihe besr" his peers say. Currendy the presF denL oI the American Calleee of Suo eemvs (" a very important post'L Long- mire is also described as "a rv nice " He is chief of surgery at UCLA man and hns specialized in 6cer problems. once operatin_ on a Saudi princes= who was flown hcrc for hls care. A sure_ICal tcchnique used in liver operations is . e amed after him Internist Dr. Rexford Kennamer has treated m nomhles - onc them Armand Hommer and Elizabeth'I'zylor -and has been described as "ha.inP all the best qualities. His knowledaeable and dedicated-His life Is medicine." One doctor said he pcr nally eacs to Ken- nr"because medicine is my religion. andit's his religion, too. That's the way I think doctors shculd be" Dr. Jerome Kay at Sr Vincente w mentioned by sn'ernl as the best n town whcn it comes to doing heart valve jobs. And if yau want a coronary bypnss, Dr. Jack Bfullolf st Cedars "has a terrific ecord;' says one doetor. Plastic surgery 'is an area where you really get yourself ia a Intaf trouble." says another doctor. 'A bad plastic sur- geon can really se w you np." Sonte plastic surgeons hlgW y respecced by their cnlles^..•, nclndI Dr. Lrmtklin .lshley, whos . I m hullI a _naifsenumse"; end Dr. plnrev J. Parkes, who Is uredited with boing a great face Liftcr. Doctoa sav UCI.t h,• de.cloped a '£mtavnz' c.r r ccn4c and umong its mp doctors a eDr. Nnrtin Klein, a chemothcrapist; surgeon Dr. Donald lfariin, who came to UCLA from the National Cancer Insfdnre severnl yenr_a . and radiolo,qist Dr. Gcorge Paplln, who has nioneered in nuclear medcine lo aunhai Inng cancer and emphysgma. Dr. Alam Syed, head of the radiology department at USC, has been successful in treating sonte nopemblc tumors by Hn3 hollow needles into them and bombarding thcm with radiatlov pellets leh in place for a certain perlod oF time sVeds memnd. said to cut down en dls- hgnremcnt in lip and congne mmors, has been used suuesfully on early breast mmors. Pu1lenLS come from all over the world to consult Or. William 4"alentfve at GCLA, one of the warldS top authorities on blood disarders and rare anemias of DR.ELIOTCORDAY: HE'S GOT HEART Now he's one of the wotld's most eminent cardioloeists, but when Eliot Cordzy graduated Iront medical schooi at the Gniversirv of Alberta in Canada, what he reJly wanted , to be was an orthopedic surgeon. "I found out that the skin my h' sj Y' Id'tt'k all th t bb f t ~ e- thastffbr.h h re Il.'Ikptb k' t n rash.Thendurmgrh.. wor f rell-n.o withcardiology.' Discharged fram the RAF ns a wing commander, Cordav studied under Dr. Dickinson Richards, who won the Nobel Prize for developln_k heart catheterization at Bellevue Hos- I prl N rY k I td th f_ tnetht n t Corday - Of I st thc hl pp . After a res'den.) n cardtolog} Ih D.. Arth . %taster ' another of cardiac care's plonee s. 'It u s prelly r uch a j eofmybeingable[olr'tem CckeL°her emhers 'i Windins up in p'ivnre, practice in Heverly Hills, Cotday, I whose p t'en.s have cl d d W 11 a Ra dolph Hearst and Manon Davies. has authored more than 300 books and arucles ~about heart disease, has scrvcd on numcraus Presi- devtlal commissions and has bccn honorcd hy scoms of L. ntedical organizatlon, One entire wall of his tiny but ele- antly furnished o/l'me ie aove.'ed w'nh commendations from foreign u rsities and medical societies and with framed lelegrams and letters from Dwizht D- Ekenhower, John F. Kennedv, Lyndon B. Johnson and Hubert H- Hnmphrey. Currendy n clinical professor of medicine at UCLA and senior altendine cardiolosist at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Cardav is pvst president of r6e American College of Cardi- ology and member of the National Advlsorv Heart and Lmg Council of the National Imtimtes of HcaLLh. He has a tcam of 20 re mh a.cs¢fants who work with him, and he recets wllh them three nights a week "and on Werlnesdays inslead of playin¢ ¢ol[" But despite a sugger- ong .nork load, he gives the Inpr..sion of having all the time in the world for h3 Gatienu_-' A chap in London told me that what he was looking for in a doctor w s a friend:' says Corday. And I think rr, ov people are~They want their doctor to remember them o r the c, and greet them like an old fricnd. That doesht mean we need to socialize with our putientr, but ma.roe we do¢orx should try for a more friendly almo ph For a pdaary ca e ph a' h s 'I'.i he k g for ve I.ould relate to: if a oct r is mo nsSc4 vot c 't pav attention. I wouldn't go alrenfive i, feel he n to him. Ee~ ~o-~ 45 per eent of a docmh diagnosb is based on what the pp mt tells him. You have to be able to com- I ':tb c k`tbl m s , r rn titcA n d chair- an Juh .. ofided t him his d am to build n eye ,,tnh . ._t. ~ vh_:e back E-C "I asked him why not bnild it::ght t_ c'- CJhy rccolla_ And at the Marion Davrss Child Cljnlc st UCI A, there is a mosaic mural in whchD C' i-p t d cr , wilhagenc acting . as m nsp ratbn. as it vare °Every time I pasa either one of thorc buildings, I ger a ~ lift' he sntiles. 0
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SANTA MONICA NORTH COAST ® Q ® MADAME WU'S GARDEN 2201 wllsntre Blvd.. Santa Monica-926-5656 ..~....L•.'- r.r I RAZZLE DAZZLE 7 2226 Wilshire Blvtl., Santa Monica - 829-5803 m FG=8
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d j -:N- YR, I PA1VIJIllQ BLACK WHALE 3016 Waah .njton Blvd.. MannaEel Rey-823-9asa LAX AIRPORT BENIHANA OF TOKYO r iso>anay Way, Marma oel Hey-621-unaa 16226 Ventura Blvd„ Eneina-)66-]121 88 N. La Cienega Blvd.. Beverly Hills-655-]311 0 0 I 1eYUl.eua, 234 W. MancM1esler Blvn.. Inglewootl-6P'd-id9:, }; 3-9250 OIM1e]0r] NorIM1 El SegunEO - 342-326 locatrons: Hollywoo[I. Inglewood. ToOana I Sherman Oake. Polas Vertles Sanla Ana,
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146 Entratla Dr., Santa Monica Cyn.-DL4FISH 252 N. Beverly Dr., Bev. Hills-CR 4-FISH MOONSHADOWS ae 20356 Pacific Coast Hlghway, MaliLu, 456]O10 tm ® ~':`t.A;'l+ ~-.r. 28128PeUlicCOaslHwy °ar.avaC.rv-45)9Y93
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10323 sanlc Idonma tLVe.-YP]-0~-4 (J blocksfmmth¢ Shubert)
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YAMATO I I HARRY'S BAR AND AMERICAN GRILL Century Plaza HaleL Constellation 61 E„Wc-277 -1840 ® 10131 Canalells,ici.eme.- 2T:-4533 (Across Irem IM1e Slubert Thea - 1 . 2040 Avenue o11M1a SIar5.A3C [ert~..imen, Cenler, 553-5001
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' s fAngel 1I Mikc S hc ok ptar : icl ~n CI:IL ChumFirs ! An Ia- . .. ~ iAngcLa I.:rl. ~ . .. . c H'dko .. rno: am1P - , _ . -. I n: Gene Baker , t t ticnc M',mch /An . t buun~n. Monry Busull . ~corgc"SParky' Andcrson I he murent m:mager of tM1a mti R•ds), utllitv infidderr. Frank B,9cher (9.us), lefl-fidder, frv Noren ~ i -cnrer-6dder: Tommy Sdffcl ryho-ficWecClorcueo Maddem _ I uud Carlos Hernler (Smrs), . . r.- >utfielders. And eonby Hragav ur__.. - _ . - When Gilmore Field opened an Jtay 2, 1939. as the home of thc Hollyqood Smrs Baseball Club, the locals lost to Scaale. F to 5. But 10.000 fans got a thrill om of watching nctress Gnil Pat- rick. ,hen the wite of the Slars' Bob r IR I'g H I Ih 1 h 4imr ~ Ihe 11 t s. Ha I uo Id ic! Irn o<A-I h'.lomc- s-mlb.rm. ~ -u I ntl tn I Ij"~ lenrn ' unlil ' PI If tnnth I. k t I sres bd t p I p L.. , k.' In p„em n e of he tm A,. I: t I`cu ncalled. The smr., eheongh a,elr park reatad ree.d ~m,~alaatnr best ~m~danre 9 b, m besc- ball,Durinelhdrfirstchampion-shipsea- I v 1949. Ihc n -ci[c-nlnc dmw d9~,4J5 Cans al Gilmare FiNd. Pmt af a najor aportc mmplev which :hen i clnded the nou~crumbllms Pan Padnc , AUditorium and Gilmote Staditw.l_uer ' torn down to make waa fur CBS Ide- n Ciry~.Thzd.ame awr Ihc An_gcls nne slippcd to-003.96s averln:avernnus Wrielcl / ald. .4s a Los Annclcs 1'imer ' spons bdet no,ed ac he time, -Tele- i isn . seemed to be cutting into both . C bb and a : bzsebnll f petch ,h h st ball t a t ess jane Wnhens -'lde ~2 a a -t ,ble hun¢cr a , ComcdianloeEBnowuTlaledcalchc. thep.-'~.n. or~uajorles¢nepmf- Among thoze turned om for the historic nat mam, like the Ranrs. •.ho nsed dnywereHaroldLloydandRUdyVal,e~ -e~`i¢e Gitmere Field a9 rheit trv[nln_ 6 gto z S[ r g was a o I ' nt f the m e and Bcv ly H 11 opell s t in tbo days And it t uus 1 t se m y of thc <lub s bo d ofd,rcc t.i IdingPetOBrenRo nld Rengnn; Clark Gnble, Inne {t ', man. Robert Taylor, BingT.Yosby, Barbar, SCmwyck end GeorgeRaf1, -,aed io sonte of7he 2.741 choice bo'~ >~ts rlo ding the cozy little brll pnd.. All this current de6:te abu I rv,: u n~i, of the hot dogs at Dodger Stad,umm and rvhether or nat Nzthan's ought •c N given n¢conl with the stomachs or he feiihful. secnts quite amuiing whea recells the w2y it wils during:an en^- Ilcr, more civilized period of la<a! spans --' e. Danny Goodman,, now Dedger dt~.n-, and resulcd in mtr,e biucrnes on dlrecmr of advertisinrz, ntivClGes aad IC`panof this anthomic rugeed tnd'rvid- , a niyue c,nd 'utnovative neUso' ' at th S riGil Feld "WII - dccd d r domn m tAI d fo cofiee, th the Giln Fold in 19>4 :II d Jahn d uld q abnrnwh th you Gost h PI a's chf' rmml. ~ .iclcd r and c .n he side.° "it was a retillc mvgh momem. He IGiI- ' ,ld the s iremitr king rt, a eotcon- morel Inst avned u_ and told me to ,.-w'dd M1nn the me~,t .111 at take care of ir .. m,rarmer s Hara,l an ha.n h~~ore -fods. n. of the Id ,tad'mm game time. And when u fun ordercd ti grounds ser• .e m an nn 'idy pnvate n mmurger hdd be noked whethcr he A n_ , pvr Pro n Cnr 'nnmd7t,erned on .rnire, ryn or whole cBS Ba,r r, ...~I I - ..iu ,.rca sread.- see me tnu. .. . 1mlen mo . The fiat hat b v he St rs er hnd ot, field 4rt= Pork, a.t}' C_ F II Jim H dt tl t_- I -J 11 - [tiC and p I al f Iball eot , q,rh thl ed H I IhI t Id s tt d e N- I F Id fo ol d V el- I I H- I d k d t th th I I vodl r t t th field SI r e p tra 'n In 1939, ny Ilcr Polu s mok catc of O.evHC'ehi the elrbs_ iral man Jat •, . mp le cl d Ih fo b th thc d A el d SI ~-C 1 Ul a the ollm s tl p 1' p who b ilI b Ib}M1 I d 2dth hl b Ilfleld ~~edafu.rh,md'ed,n1964in heold -~~'Se:haeidnda be wis, bnrn m. n sbal ,.IanQ mdav, s ewhm c moulLecd- u>t north af the Farmcrs Nnrkct- :,n,h b,l.l.a fnnnded. ~Ilma.. rvSarshamegamc ^egnt to buy Ihc team but n~ er •u'd if:Iniesmrthearriv'alofO-Vrnl- Ir: h.. Jod r ~nd evan toyed 11101 hlrn ri .rcaee.:. hnec baseball com III - plr.,,, rL'enorel~.md'asthearenwas Ih-n I..r~-.vn: But the'bentrover.lal Chu- ce R.rlnr land.q.ap ended Gilmnas "POINT SET MATCH!" "Win at love f1 with fashions from HEAD ANBA ADIDAS DANSIUN LOOMTOGS COURT CASUALS WINNING WAYS "CtishionYour Feet" ADIDAS,• NIKE • BATA TRETORN • TRED 2 [4100o pairs always in stook] "Grip A Winner" HEAD • WILSON YONEX•PDP•DAVIS PRINCE•DUNLOP YAMAHA Graphite C•6 CUSTOM STRINGING uy OUR PROFESSIONALS 11645 N. HlghlanG Ava W V (between Sunset and Hollywood Blvd.) 1 (213)469-3531
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E7W -w, ® F 146 Enn ida Dr.. 5 , Monica Cyn.-GLC-FISH 252 N-3vre[v 1r.6ev. Hllls-C9C-FISH 20356 Pacific 6eas) HlyOway, Mallbu,456-3010 SANDCASTLE U 0 fz 22706 Pacilic ast H pEway, fdanhu, 456-3105 I I 3950 6luefin Clrcla Cbasnu, LltnQ', Harbor-(805)9852511 CaaslNwy.,ParaUise cove - 457-9793
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2201 Nusnire tilvJ..'aanla Momoe-oeo-5656 RAZZLE DAZZLE on 2226 WIISPii ~ 91vC., Santa Monsa-829-5303 9 ; l 3~. I J~?
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At Neill Leh! Catltl lao we're taking a4vance oldcrs now Ior 1977 Cadillacs and Sevilles- - Bethefirstonyaurblockto drive the newly designed 1977 Cadtllac. Wew:ll reservo a limited number of Cadii lacs for those who act now. Though it's not likely we'll run out of them, it Is, as always. FIRST COME FIRST SERVED. So, if yOl the iclnd of person whoso basic nature won' f settle for waiting, now s the fime to come and place you r ortler. As a conveniencewe olfer out- Sfanding lease Opb093,'a9 wel' asskiniightnewcar purchases- Neill Lehr Cadillac 8400 Reseda Boulevard Northridge (213)886-1100 • ales•Servlcee,Leasing,._ . Ovetlure" with 6reworks, c and mui- lary bar.d_ Jerlrey Biegel, p:a~o (el.l aod ncM1as Zukermanviolin [9atl3utlv Mehta ondcGS Aug, 31', Plnchae Zukerman, v nlst and canductor. All at 8.30. Tue- and Tnurs. $1 to 6[c. Erln and Bat. $1.601o 511 c Aug. 27 and 28 31.50 1o 512.50. Park and Rlde pmgram: park free in j lots, take the bus rountl Irip lor 10C- A °Fantastiquer' Ensemble The Hollywood Bowl's biggest benefll cert take5 place Aug. 25 at 890. Zubin Mente conducts the cambined Israel and Los Angeles Philharmonic arahaatraa in oar-aY °SyciGnonie Fan- tastlque" and guest solo/s1 Beverly $Ilb I performs pacWar ards from veMi, Ros- s and ooni:mi . 5z ea 525, naniany axftleduotiEle. Call 87-MUSIC. To re a box (53c and 545e, panially sax-0eductlEle) call 9T3 7200, Ext. 842. I, Nalural Hislory Museum ConcarM, Jean Cela- ur Auditorium, 900 Exposltion Blvd., ]46- 041I1. Aug.1:1 Virluosi tli Los Angeles.AUg. B: Chaneau Trio. Aug. 15: Valley WoodwlnE Ouarlel.Aug.22',Baropue Consotlium.Aus, 29: Zador Trio, All at 230. Free. Broadcast live o er RFAC radio. County M Museum Cnneerra 59c5 Wilsnlre, 93)<254 Exl, 265. Bing tAeeler. Aug. 16: FOlk singer Sa1B Teni perlarms Ametlcao ballads, songs of Ine Revolution, M1ymns, pioneer and Immigrant songs, cily and country rclk songs, black and white spirit- uals, chlldre engs, humomus d111ies and the reIlglGUS trance m of the Bhakeq_ Baniolst/gullarlsl Fank Hamilton (lormedy wim the Weaeeral a es and plays solo, 830 o- Tlpkela 51C nl aubiem lo veilabillty. Canlar 5<Wplme GerEEn. Aug. 22cot 24: Free Bon_ chamber coneeeLS; 2 umveraal Ampnuneetea Ronywood Fwy, at Lankershlm Blvd., 980 9421: Aug.1: Gordan Llghllool. Aug. 3 and 4: Jenls leo. Aug. Sd: Nell BeaakA Molissa Manchester. Aug. 10. 12: Electric Ligh1 orcneslra. Aug. 14 anJ IS: Barry Manllow. Aag. 20-22e Pxu/ WII- ms. Aug.2426:JUdy Oollins. Au9.21-29: Fleetwood Mac. All at 8',15. Toe.TM1Urs. 55.25 to a] ]5. Fd.8a1. $9.05 to $B T5. Greek Theater, 2]OG N. Vermont, 66o-84c0. Aug. L 9utl Bacnaracn entl AnPMy New- ley. Aug. 2 and J: 9ao Fbgelberg. Aug. 48: The O'Jay; Melba Moos. Aug. tc.1l: Bavid Craaby and Graham NaaM1 Aa9.16: CnerIi¢ Rlcb. Aug. 1R22: Harry Belalonfs and In- ternational 6ompanF Aug. 23-25:Tne 9and. ITlckets purchased lor the orlglnsl e gagemenl of The Band IAUg. 1d-15f wlll be ared lor Inis anew or remnemJ Aug. 2fi-28: Olv'e Re'vlan-Jann, Aug. 31- Sepl 5a Ricn Lill'.e. All perlorm=ne-es at 8.20_Le..Tnurz.56ta 31COO,Frn_Sunc $6.50 to 5125c. Bome concerls solL oul: check IOr as1-minure rcker avauabinry. John Klemmer, UCLA, qoyce Hall, 925-2953 or 498-'SiB. Aug. 28: Concert by the las2 axoCM1aolsl with gqup- 8'.30. $5 and $6. Cancerl Tbealer Series. Old Globa Theatey Ba'boa Park. San Blego, (714) 230-2250 or (]14) 231-1941, A1lernales with San Olego Shxkespeare Festival performances (see"ThealeY'). Au9. 2: "Basically Baragun" Aug. 9: ' Wilnin the Wooden 0." From Shalespeare 10 3f:aw in speech and 6ong. Aug, 16, 23 and 30:'The Impresario/' Mo- xarl's co ioper about two rval prim donnes,e d "Oldo and Aeneas," Pumell's tragic opers based on the Roman legend. All at s'ao. E6. "MaGame Bulterrly;' Santa Monica College Open AirTbamcr,181h Streetand PiCq 81 1323,Aug,20:1n English.L:3o.Free. Redlands Bawl Summer Music Festival. Take Redlan4s Freee'ay to Orange 51ree1 dawn- tawn lurno/t go south an Eureka. (]14) T93- 180]. Free apen-air c cerb, All at 8:15. Commcndy sing Tuesdeys at 7:30. Aug. 3: Je/trey Bolow, cerlo. Aug. B:An evening o1 apera wit5 twa Melropolilan Opera aud4 s. Aug.tp: Fedlands Bowl Bym- phony with Madeline Bruser, piano. Aug. 13 l llbe;ry Assembly presents American hcritage in song and aance. AYg. 11:Fran- Gclsa Regnat, o o, Aug, 30: Los Angeles BalleL Au9. 24.~R¢dlands Bowl Symphony with Blacy Pnelpe vlolln. Aug. 27 and 26: Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Oklahomal" ART MUSEUMS Loe Angeles Coanly Museum nf Art, 5905 Wil- sbire Blvd., 93]-a35o. Aug. 73ep1 5: see box, "Anatomy Cl a Renalss3nce Marl." Tllrough Aug. 29: "Falk Scalprure UBA": Aperoxlmatoy 100 works of great nharm and uniaue es by selt-1an9m amsts who were outsidelhe m rslream of American IIIe and lreed from its dogmas and resltlF tians. Included are santos" from the New Mex:ean Spanisnrnedtage,BouMem voodoo and snake-cultob/ects,Soulh Carolinae/1i9Y Is.llgure and anlmelcarvings andlrade slgns Imm Ine Eastem U.6. TnreugA SepL 5: "The New American Oull1":An exhlbll of35 ac;us by 24 n sina on me anlrve qo-making 1mNtlon In Nmerica loday-not only lime-noncrod Catmrns but al6o n vel trealmels and n nmi0anaa rolea a ber,g tluee-mmensional, aome uurlalagpnu losensilired cloth, lie-0ys, silkscreen and oatik. They range in siae rmm a a5-incn Pop Ar1 quilt to a n ma-0oo1 mulJOOlored lentasy. The I B W hat Next?e a Department Aner the $90 000 o Rous-ROyne eamargue, wnaw °The sewmal Csr-ermame saulo- mre =o n - - n art Fn p rc 1 e t r Ipf rgl - Fer F d' H b" 8 I Atl n gb q g. 29 at R O III a Btate M r 6- I a y. Tn d hti 1(p F 9 , arcNtec u e, aueo sunsal'vnsi ..Obre....e.. T..elr ,o sprtuel s ral n tne :nd t'aI age. O1her a sted sculptures include '-The Inventcr CNldf w~a s eaks to the child and pmelrvlal arfist in ag: The Idea LadY"wbo sbows how wC gm=elive rdeas'Yne Gave Monste4 " which Iels us create ou own cave gralflll: "AdoI/H111ep° Ihe felled arlkll "The Bpace PloneerJ' s r/vsllorlrom a new enllghlened nlty, and "Tbe Energy oooeJ whose spinomg energy converts to electricity ana Ilgnls up irtall nulbs wom by "The Scuba W aman" pelow. Ilonrs. 10-5 daily. Tp0 sam or, Expoairon Perk. F<s-mg1.
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You're in the right town for a great dinner with the American Express Card. .cwking for a greau al,yodre in:he righe m We ve eor ple~ry of e o choos frorn rhae welsome che Lady Alczandda The SSowboar103 Norrf: Harbor Ddve, Redondo Reach 3760433. Speca6 lag in srcake, seafood, and mrcnauonal cu r.e. Le Quai. 11835 Wnshla,AW'esr Ln-, i79i779. A suoa liale French 6isvo peda ' __ in Essh fish and s-afnad. Scott Sha.d~. 1314 S. Cavllna, Amedcr, Espre,r` Card. Nonmcket Llg6e 22706 Pad6c Redo-ida Br..'- +. '. Fnjny For friend'v ,er,ire and delicious Coasr Hwy., Malibu, a56.3105, A Cou il1, .~ ,,,., .. " faod. look for rhe AMerkan Fspress New England seafood restaurant wtrh o.mospfzre oE ehe sea~ Card embler,., Make dinner one of a vmw of the Padfie. Risuoranre d'Terrazza 15456 che niase parR of your day. Glad.mne's 4 Fish, 146 Envada t'cnuura, Shcrman Oaks 783.4467. Dr., Sanra hlonka, C'L 4-hsh. F.esh Conrenrporary ad. Id , odd show• seafood proml.sed ro sarsfy any hsh place. V orraern Ira..an caune- or[snnan's I ndge. 12833 S on Sea Cute. 18406 Venrura, p Venu:ra Bl..d., Srndlo Ciry, 769-J?J0. Chez Jer. 1717 Aaoia Bled., Tar. ana. 346-0SC0. Seafood fmm Dining and pirmresque scrmunduag.. Manhattan Beach.374-9a0S. The rhe A tanic m rhe Pui4q Superb foed..4 nadidan for ovor nlrimore hr Sne French crisine. N7aine ro Alaska aed he Sea 30 eaa of Cocvi y . S1a Ylaison. 8369 Ylelrose, Lss Hnngry Tiger. Cuisine from he Angela, 655-Iri91. French biern wlrh The'I'oner. 16r c c]I:cc, Los s of the ..or:d Is chc spxiacy of a casual indaor or Pario dining. Anyeles, 74G15i4 Fau_ cuisinq ec.ncanansnere r; T ~he ne Hnn ^nca e wines and elegant service. g g Paln. Remzurane 9001 Sanra , g in vhcSonchland Pan r .re.., ms - Yloeiea, L.A., 278.6366. New Yok ~ Squiee Richard's Pub. 2065 Cry's o.dar aud hncsr sreak house Am.=-', r,lde i~. K ~'enm: a Rlvd., Wwdland Hills, has enallv come Wese Farndng Dr.. Tcluca L'- . -' A rrulv S8'o-68ft3 EaJoy ehe wide se'.eolon of stern Pd:ne Rib ana de:idous E e ' :aks - sne fnoda r.r m,idom co s an mg db. a cheesecakc e~;,- e ana ti=. Traelods. 3560 La Cienega Fire.ide Iun. 1i9'_7 Venmra, Dal-Rae.Resranranr .,23 E. Blwl., Los Angdes, 931 ! 581. Prime F~Am.I89-0459. L[ve Maine lobsmr, Wz.hingmq Pico Rivea, --4.44U. rib and Flonda smne aab ara ke spedalnles of he house. p 3 sreak, Caprain Ah: o... Bar. TSe idea: fnmily resrairanr wleh a var;ed rnenu- La MasPa. 90Z' Santa Monica Blvd., Hoilywoad, 273-7066. The Old Spain Cuunrrv House serving C,riuiae ar,d Cnrrlnenrr.,pedalree Clemenine" " o Davmn WZy, Beverly H. -i- If you doa'e iready haoe r. e 4 cuoE.p- C d p:kupan cu6caran forin wher- ... 'reC:ardls1el. ~. Idloaalgic Roar.r. ` 3 - Con val C, ing enn.e. fmn Ayl L Duck.~:.g to ~ 2'~ -Swo,cvll f .aa, I-d; PimeRb ay applia~' E e•a.Com, '.s. T6eAmerican Express Card. Don'r leave hotne without it,
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. .l KING NEPTUNE'S SEAFOOD AND NAUTICAL MUSEUM ScperbseabotlfrpmiheA -. Im' Neurcal decor and mer .. enjoyaonarmng,deiicc. _ M1ueoo(fheThr'lesandFOn-warn-dhrspnwe o . NCpnoL .. 17115 Paai/ic Coa.l tli9hw.w Sr ~-.r 3cach RASCALS Thespwma ewui d innganddanr ---- sfeaksprime Ireshsnelll, anoecc the seesafional new Raoerourb 6ourtl rewNings.Recapluretnefiavorofo. essee and wa~tea arseseC s mrr wd openpaunnam_;oz3.m.a Wr'.r. _ . Cramp19ne 9mnoh 11-3. Ample w.=.). . 4401 Atlenti<AVanua, No. Long Beach-<22-1225 ® 11 s beauriful gai ' right before y, . antl mou1F Luncbep, '.ff 30i MIYAKO 24 Del~Ama Fash St., Torrancecr-542 8611 139 S. Las Fobles, Pasatlena-681-3086 33 iown 3 Country, Orange-(T14) 541-3303 SENFUKU San Pedrl wlh ~ . . . aLth n . um: L..m ~rL . ~ . . . ~ ..rn 318 S. Galley 3treet, San PeEro-832-9695
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THEULTInnE IIAMvSUIJflur SOUTHERNCIWFURNIA CAMPGROUNDS By Flavia Potenza A 20-page guide of sites from Angeles National Forest to San Diego to Palm Springs to Big Bear, including how to get there and what you'll find when you arrive
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BRAMBLES DINNER HOUSE ~~n~osp~ss~c~ n 410 Rurlon Drive, Cambria-(805) 927-4716 47 ,on C, -•, Solvang-Sea-4o10 NORTHERN AREAS SHADOWBROOK Wharf and CapLLma Roade, Capilola-(CO8) 4]545 Los Arsgelas Magezine's Aenual Restaurant Gulde Is publlshed by Los Angeles Magazine Ca. 1888 CenOiry Park Fas'., Los Anca'es, Calif.90067. EntirecoftleclscF gh, tt~.yLO5ACg51es MagazlneCo-Allric' srv- Pepodoctlonl1 wholecrpartw7fhout'. _eopermisslonlsF'chl'oiled Foradditonelco- `Wranl3uide. sendS2toRestaura.. rgel°='Gagazlne. 1888CentcryParkEasl,LosAly~=s,~i.90067.
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31 WAYS TONEEP THEKID3 BUSYINIWGUST 1 The Santa Municn Playhouse s Children's tiummer Workshap, 1121 4th St., Santa Monica, Aog. 2-27, reaches im- pre sation, body movement, musle, voice aod production skills. Ages 7-12. Admission by interview: 394-9779 . . . A[t the Children's Workshop Theater, 5519 Leghorn Ave., Van Fuys, yonng- stcrs 7-12 write thdr own plays, make thc scts, rcccivc training in drama and danu, and perform around the city. No experience necessnry. Admission by in- terview: Maybin Sherman, 980-9164. 2 The Banta Monka Sports and Arls Fes- tival, Aug. 20-Sept. 6, plans many young people's activities: carnival, table tennis tournament, sand-sculpture contest, ju- nior fishing derby, swlm meet, cta Call 393-9975, Ext. 2'/6, for schedule ._ The Long Beach Interttatlonal Sea Festival, Aug- 1-22, has n fishing rodeo t^r ycungsters 16 and under, Aug. 6, 6:30 a.m: noon, Belmant Pier. Call4364236. 3 "My Backyard History Book" by David Weitzman (Little. Brown & Co., 5395) is a chatty, stylishly illustrated workbook that assists kids in putting together a family genealogy, writing an autoblog- raphy, learning about past generatlans and chronicling present-dey life for future generations. 4 The Beverly HBL: Authors' Club (ages 8-15) meets at Roxbury Recreation Cen- ter, 471 S. Roxbury Dr.. Snndays at 3. Creative writing skills in fiction, non- fiction and poetry are dcveloped. No re- gistration or fee. Ca115504748. 5 The United Way's Voluntary Action Center has a new computer to mtch up voluniccra with organizations or individ- By Rosalind Levitt I-uals needing help. Young pcopie (14 1 m ical plays for kids on Sundays in and up may call in thair skills and their Augnst at 2. Much nudlence pnrticipa- vailabllity as to dates, times, locality, tion. Call 464-0710-.. The Fun Cam- etc; 389-1221 (downtown); 873-1520 pavy is a new chlldren's theoter, ^t 10303 (Valiey) l 478-8241 (West LA.); 3^0- W. Pico Rlvd. Phrough Sept- 5 they 3902 ISouth Bay): 385>244 (counry- ( presenr The Car (rc the Cnstle, a nmsical wide) _. Send for the United Wny:s eomedy. Music, ciewns and other entei- booklcp "Summer 197 6 Youth Volun- tainment in the lobby before and after. teer OpPOrm^itiea,' which lirts n brovd 11 a.ma and 1:30 p.m., Suturdayand Srm- spcctrum of organizations all over town day. Call 556 2663, eeding teen volunteers for everything from tutonng to typing to arts and crafts to gardening to aiding the young and the handicapped. Call 389-1221-. !'101 Ways to Be Yom Own Boss" by Vivo Beunen and Cricket Clagc¢ (Prendce- Hall, 5495) htls a wealth of m nev- making sigeestions - mnhile nature show compiline_ateenphonedirectory, providing gag toilet pzper-and enGSts every sklll from cooking to szwin6 to photography to ]urt driving a cae A6o: A Teenager's Guide to Earning Money by Iames McC¢II (Y[ajor Books, $l?5)- 9 Rny Hoopes' "Getting With Politics: A Guide to Political Action for Young People" (Dell, 75~,) tells teens how to work mpaign.deciphertheiscues. For younger kids, "Christopher forPresi- denY' by Addle (Golden Books. $2,95) cxplaiiss, with illustrations, how the US. governmentfunctlons. 7 "Fhe new Enchanted Village, 6122 Knott Ave., Hue a Park, "gentle jungle" where chimps, lions, hyenas, wolves and llamas miugleharmonionsiy with human visitorz Camel and elephmm .des, too. Three theaters present animal shows; ooe musical °Bicemcnnial Tribute to Ani- mvlincluding the much-negleeted horse of Paul Revere. (714) 5^_3-2381. Hourx: 9 am. 9 p.m., Sunday-Thursday; till midnight Friday and Smurday- 8 The Sy^tbaxis Theater, 6468 Santa Yon- ten Blvd_ presents "socially nrotbatioy' 9 A three-week session starts Aug-9 at the dnniae Arts Center, 4814 Hollywood Elvd., 666-1093- Free cissses for yonng- sters 1 17 in mxed media. ceramles, painting, drnwing, sculpmre, film anima- tion, phomgrvphy, drama. dance, music. 10 Free summer films in Beverly Hips, at Devedy Vista School (Thursday at 1 30 and 6, Friday at In30); Beverly Hills Public Library (Friday at 3); Raxbury Recreation Center (Saturday at 3fl0) -. Continuous daily showin_es (11 a.m: 4 p.m.) of children'e fihns of all kinds at the Museum of Science and Industry, 700 State Dr., Expositlon Park. 11 Marinclend's new Pirate's Cove has a trec hopse sr<cpension bridgc, hand-oper- ated merry-_eo-round tlad revolving bar- rel. 10 a.m: 7 p.m. daily. ln Palos Verdes. 12 At the n w WiUrd's Village, Magic Mountain~scc the wizard in his castle, imb the giant cargo nea, scale the d mbber hill in the Great Fon,n Valley, get lost in the hanging jungle. 9 a.mo mldvieht dmly.In VaknCid. 13 The znnual Huck Finn River Day Fes- tival, Aug.l5 atOwena Riverin Bishop, fcamres Inncr-tube decoration ond rn - ing. barbecue, horseshoe-pnching con- lest. Call (714) 473A>31. 84 tosAVU'E-Es
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Two Eleven Spalding. The first ... and last ... condominium residence of its kind in Beverly Hills. Furnished model residences open daily from ss am to dusk. Priced f rom $x6o,aoo to 5z75,ooo.Telephone: z7y-ozxx. A. pi & Two mcmtion w~hi Mo~Y has 6en/amin~ 5heman a B sGven~ & Ronald E. SoderliiS fArd~f~ecro~KiirzseLShat Pod Assoa1ia~e.& A1 irz as ip
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Aug. 13: TwenlyAwo Union spies plot to capture a Confederate Iraln during Ih6 Cvll War (FesS Parker slars); and the toncise, eall akoa gull ad pen9ulo a ed. Aug. 2m An ammaleq a mal v vislt rsion ol Bnerwooe voreeli and Il~ra dam-bu9dmg ammas lives are eaplored. All of 1_ zse- SYMPOSIUMS American Ferleralion ol AviculfuT Convenlion, "GUeen Mar&" LonS 3eacM1 oT1.53St For blra rove.s-Celebnly birds and humans will be on hand. Aug. 20-]2: GeNen al Al1eR wiln exotic displays of aviaries, aguarlums, aole. Fri, n on-6 . Saf. 1o-s, Sun. 10, . nugre . pl21: Lecmrea slides ann se bl.d spec . geneln)s, laboratory nsexmg, diseae6l 51ens 9 a m. 32 d00nlien. Writers' Conlerence in Chiltlren's Lllerature, Miramer MmeL 6an1a Monlca, 3<T-2B49. Aue. ]-t0; The Society of cMldren's Book Writers a ual confinence. The daylong programs begin 8:30 a on Sal., 10 a on Sunt anG Mon., 9 a.mmor Tue. All aspeofs of writing for children will be discussed. ,ciuaing plre booke educational mme- rlals and cbbcren % lelevision. Movie pro- docer Robert Radn1R ("Bounder;"'Where the Lilles Bbom"1 wlll bs <arnOte epeaker at the Bun. hacquef. Parlolpanls a /aged 10 bring m c/ipts to IhC C hrence for group reading and crltlqm.3100 o s admission to all lecmres, panels and rs plus me banpueL Call ma number oGOVO or write L!n Oflver, Conlerenne CI- recfor, sCBW, Box 296, L.A.90066. SPECIAL EVENTS Festival of AEe and Pageant ol the Maelen, Irvme Bodl, Laeuna 6each, (714) <s<-1145. Through Aug. 29: AnnOal relurn of the 6oulMand's rrOSl famous 5 art festi- vel. Craft displays, chilbren's workshops. marlonette shows, outdoor Sunday eoter- talnmenl a 5, snack boolts and resfaurantp and the nightly (8:30) pagesn a/ great wurk3 wllh Ilving models. This year, of abuse a preponaerance c1 works porray- ing Americen hlslory and setlings, from the nulemenlo NcrmanRockwell,GrantWood andlbe Wye16s.Osually sold out bulcalllor last-minufafickel avai~ablllly. Bmnnne open nooo-1130 p m- 504; Chuartn 5-12 104. Unde- 5 nee. Pa9eoal EB 1. 93. Sawdusl 96, Eucalyplus Grovo. 935 Lagune Canyon Pd., Laguna Beach (just acrOsslhe n 6om fhe Festival of Ar1s above!) n.gh Aug. 29'. More'hen 1603rfs1s dls- ..n. . 1 d!eael wtWS r a Ip 0 . 'a mgM. Wandering minstrels, relreshmenfs, demonstratmnss lotslo buy. Moek CivilWerBeltlm,ForlTelon Slato Park, Through Sept.: Between 10 and 3'30 on the third Sunn of the mUnln, r esuons of battles between tne Uoioo anE the Can- teaeracy-Tne °soldlers" belong lotho Civil War Assaalaran and ulniaa ewramic u- torms. 1 eapWlry and Oas. There is also a nmingam o1'vonpLkIrted la mes fn altena me ^ undea ^ Picnic benmeseeauamn benm~C [M1e caks In eadow beraered by mountain sbea m. 254 admission. The ad ocot0a near Lebeo,lusl aa mferstzte 5. abcW e0 ntlles nanhwesl of downtown LA. ITake 1he Porl Teton e sit a lae m s aller Crr_livg the moun2ln pass-J (B05) 248,6692 I -. Getting Your Head II (andYourNair)Together I On Scn., Aug. 29,Ine Menlal Heallh As- nallon wl0 conduct a mnd-rainng Cuba-Than at the Playboy CIuO in Cen- :ury Ci1y from 10 a m.lo 10 p.m Expert Glamby Infemafianal fialon haircutters donatln9 Iheirlime anelelentlo give 'I nalre rculs and hlow-brys for only 615. There wlll be many oner attractlons's an a a m allred fec sale doorprlres, appotlunlly 11 kes 1, book leie musicO0110U0Ue enlerlain- and IheLFOotLall Game of Ihe Weak" on a 1 Lb¢31oof scrserv There wlll Cs a 9dIeC bar and annMSforthose wbo a1o eal and be merry. AulM1Ors of besl- m rg nasm, books wln be on hand to sig ur autographs and discuss theh works. 9uss AlEriry JeSSicaWalfep Bob anC June Crosby znd KFAC's FreC Crane, among ofhers,whl be m anendansa-AemiSSmn 5 ireel lusl prESnampoo . our balr- Nisei Week. Annual ce.'ebralion by LA.'s JeP- ne n y. Aug.1C: Coronallon aall aHOllywcad Palladlum. Judging at 6:30, crowning 1030. Aug. P1: Folk dancing Op Weller Blreel, Litlle Tokyo- 6t30 pm-350 . Aug. 22: Grand parade at J'.30. staning on m . 2nd anG Los Angeles sveefs. Au9.21 anE 22 Ar6 and crafts snowa man!eleds mur- cullural eenihits Oamlval on Corvnlys Paddng Lo( Los Angoles Slreet, 1-11. Csll JoyOe Wnkenq 6800807, American Indian 251e Mlllennlal Celebratim canWry Clly. Aug. 19-29: A Cxlebralion o; Barbershop Antiquery, or Shorn Yesterday Whlletlreman Terry Fltzgereld's c workers w esue wlln such v xing issues as nowto Ir0a1 Iem0lelireOgMers, Flfxyerald Is busy hawkins vinlage Earberchninln a venlute called The Greal American Barber Chair Company,1081 Weafwood Blud. 6T1-3o13. He and his panserspenl a poucle of years Scrcunging up a[used or abandoned old Ohairs Iramlunishocs and parages.Feagerald,wbose greaf-grardlalEerused to barberaf8lh and Broatlway, Sp6nds his hee Nme scReppln0 the r Ored cnarrs to seleUl anllUue and Icmilu'o slores: "Thls BlceNennial thing has really/ireC up the collecc m Frank Sireua ard ENIe Presley s ong the Ims and In sl Y(COnnfe & ena cenlllsd localchair freaksJ But he figures N's a lemoorary buslsess, at besl. "There e than 5W w barber nhelre in a stence, and weve 9o1 a mnd e/ them.Atterlnsl,ths scalpms wllllake over:'ASltws
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Few of the racy-looking sports Heres how its driver, 5-time your nearest Triumph dealer call carsr2wingarohnd4o0ay.psEttiutty: SCQUt#+ampiortMobTulliuswnrs &10-117170U-InRRrnolscnlL-- race. Ita{Iuy. 2GG41GG.8ritishLeytand Fewer still, win. "Obviously, the aerodynamics Motors Inc., Leonia, New Jersey The TR7, its first time out, did of its shape are hard to beat. 07605. both.Triumphantly. . Makesdragalmostnon-ezistent. TR'UMw• • March 28th, winning the D/Pro- But its strongest asset is it ~s dudion SCCA National at Charlotte handling. In fact, I find it it set a new class lap record. superior to anything in its Apri124th, winning the SCCA class I've driven on any track, National at Lime Rock it finished anywhere': with 15 seconds to spare. All of which helps to And May 16th, it won the SCCA explain why the TR7 is as National at Bridgehampton and all big a winner on the road, as but locked up the Northeast it is on the track. Division Championship with a For the name of win at Pocono on June 6th, and Nelson Ledges on June 13th. The competition in these victories included such seasoned veterans as Alfa. Lotus and Datsun.
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Specialists in Hair for Women and Men 301 North Robertson Beverly Hills • 274-0836 Attire for contemporary men and women of all ages...and frankly not expensive. \ BIL~s~ G4NZ 9520 Santa Monica Blvd. Beverly Hills 272-3056 TENNIS mnm~vaJi.. nV;cr Ct pllnuoi -Oaold~ rlt, ublld R.land o Idlhlnk nmhing of s, uahing two or thrca brand acqucts acros the net posts to vent hlavl.fm r . A jonior n cmha, on Ihe vcrge of bcnting Rolnnd. would usu- elly will her :onfronted with such anger and wind up dropping the match The late flunear-.an character actor Paul Lnkas was another competitor At the club who struck fear in the hcerts of his apponen, - nor bcaausc he was cs- peclally handy with a racquet, but be- e he n opponeut a honest cili it be covld Iwlp it. To Lukas~ any shot two feet inside the line was automatically Out I" Becat'e of his rep- utanon for winnine this way, his name eventually became par[ of the tennis idiom atthe cluh: a had orqucstiooablc call was always labekd "a Paul Lukec" Because of The glamour connected with the E= most of the wor:d's tup- ranking tennis stars were in the habit of dmpping into the club whene.er they came to Los Angeles. In retmn far free food and driok-remembcq roarnament players were "amateuri' to those daye. not Pat Cats with sk-fgnre incomes - the likes of Bill i'ildeo. ElLSxrorth Vives, Fred Pcrr}'. Helcn Will, Maody and Don Budee would ,it on Impromptn exhibition matches or g e the xtars a thrill by invilfng lhem to play, And what tournument stat cenld possibiy reslst an Oppormnity to fipht his heart out in tfxeddoubles plsy with Ginger Rogers as his partner? What if All that ponm4- keylnc did ruin his game? And tennis ,,,,at cvervthinz when you could be on the sa side of the coutl as Paulette Goddurd, bwncing a ound hraless in her sheer tennis shlrt. 03-the-courts spoa was never duil either, for mwtof lhemembcrs praoticed what they F h d. if can't you say a th g d About mabody, to him. d n t ~an' at II As a srll, the ~sp..rze u.ound the reranda was often nllanous- "Wheac it,, yon think I was last vightT' d Harry C hn s t[ ng down at the lunch . hl d. . T:eM1t school? ' q ired Norman K - ' One of he .,.if ¢Ixors movie anlr ...e, of the pedod as ma-rled to dub mcmbcr-a huadsomc Latin typa-who'd been a film srer dnring tire '_ lent I twM1O had been p.-r- Ilc t I ' n d d.t of t Ik s. N th I- 11r Former Star was spend c Los fes Lnova ' All kinds of ncmsvtics. such RollsRovccs, diamond (tnr odret uomcn) and S400 ISddlc Schmidt sni¢. -In one fv thc hmCndA ;, ibroueh SIIL000 or j doughlhe , -.mplalmd hiuc,l: to Ilarhara ..c day- Stuo.... he I It a n nt. thcn ..~o uy Tell tl i ~.a. . _ . During the mld-71)o Sant G-idwyn, who was a membcr for o whilc, simcd the IateCrank ShiciaLv, Americu's lap- ranking lennis pluyer, to a piemre cnn- tract bccrosc he had such a handsome profile and fine build But his aming was atrocious, and Goldwyn wouldn't dare give him cvcn u bit part until it had im- proved. So Goldwyn put him in the hands ar in ucting roach, and Shields spcnt rnnst or his sparc time at the BHTC soakin_ tenns ba16 amund One day when Shlelds was In tha nlldst of a hnr net duel with Holmes, Tildcn and Vincs, he received a cLl fron' Goldwyu s secrewry, ~smnmoning him to the great produceis o(hce imrncAineely. Shields dropped hi....... et and, without botheriug to change out of his tennis clothes, raced breathlessly over to Gold- wyn Studios and into the produccrs ot&z Goldwyn sorveycd Shiclds dourly for a u;nt, then snapped, ' Tennis ou knmot- practice acting!'- on the amer hand, a nnmber of acrors ived impormnt roles because they were at the tennis club. In 1948 Gilbert Roland was golvg [hrough a period in his career when there wnsuc much de- mnnd in tilms for his particular typc One day direamr John Huston enme to the club to have lunch with John C9ao- hdd and apa[ted Rolnnd ematiag on the number one coort over a"Peu: Lnkss' ,ranme had just given him. "I don't kuow who That is" exclaimed Huston. `bur t'vc got to have him to play the Cuhau in my new picmre.' The picture as We Were Suuneen, and Roland has been a salid name in movies and TV eer since. And, according to Hclcn E[nycs. Lzu- OI''gh[ h .. Tabbedthe role of HcathelitT' 4V rh p HeigAa if and Fa h b d playwright Ch rles 3lacAnhur hadn e been 6HiC mambers. Thc aateess recalls that -fec- Arehuq who had wthten the script, working out at the tennis club one was d when he i the t q dark va ed British a t sp d- b aga nst the nh hppl}-prab bl because his HIly d career coni ag together he way he had ho2ed. He had, in fact, just been bounced from a p t re which he was to have co starred with Grara C b Mac4rlnar didn't even kn OI name but after finding g it t d over to the C Id } t lot and told Sam Goldw, n who was despeivtely seamhing for he "riqh[ Aeerhdiff:' that lie had Ponnd has ro,.rin,lertone~~ae'-rh
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BESTTABLES little heclic ut peak tradfe hourss v mbl s s ynu a grandstand v rt is he mahm d'. m thc lofl of thcswin, with > L Le /listrn: The n ost fwghtovcr te - mry in town is Gossip Column Row, a line of six tables under the staircase, to one's immediate left upon entering the resmurant. The pecking order stans with #3 in lhe far comer and subdy descends through <'_, # 1, AA and B to .A, which nearest the bar, Howevep if you want to be above all that-and wonld like to hear your dinner partncr-try he ro- mantie, beautiful confincs of the Terrace Roomupsulrs.]immy Is the gentie mas- ter d pla mut in charge o f awardi ng tables. Chasen's: Any table in the front roam is reasonably safe, ahhovgh he neorer:hc center, the more auspicious. The booths on lhe right are usually occupied by stars of "the old Hollywood-' and Chasev's first loyal cusromers. A very nice second best-and more private-are the tables along :he left wall lending to the back bar. The dining area to the right of the bar is to be avoided unless you do not want to see avvonc you hnve ever known or ever will. Harold is in charge of assigning the numberless tables. Chianti: The gentle, subdued lighting in this charming, oblone-shaped room is so conducive to intimate dining that youll rarely look around, except to catch the waiters eyc. The most requested booths a e along he left wall, ev n though the banquettes on the right are actually more comfortable. The real trick here, be- s of si e, is getting In- not where yoaslt. Claude is the manager. Emilfok: There are so many rooms- seveo, to date - in this ever-expanding restaurant that no one spot is truly the focus of attention; however, if yuu czre to watch a lvaLs and departures, all guests must funnel through the Fountain Room. The same ebb and flow may bo observed fron: a safer, qureter distance on the balcony overlooking the sa fountain and bar area-I personally prefer a booth for four-sharcd by two - in the room jast beyond the front o where there is just enough company for comfort. Emilio handles he seating. Aarq's Bnr and American Grill: A gocd example of a rendezvous where food and atmosphere are the drawing cards, since most patrons have just satialed lheir cclobrity lust at a Century City theater a The bar area has lhe most actionehut those on friendly terms seem to gravitate to the corner or side table.v in the back room, to the right of the mattre d's station. Yoti II find Leni, the manageq or his assistant, Anne Elve, standing there. bcn _osan1=_s La Scaln: For years it was, and still is the aftcrhours commissary of m smrs, with hangere-on and autograph seckers safdy cordoned off in the br dining area. Any woll banqudte in the aalon, to the right as von enter, h:.v the right 6ghting and camem ungles for a Peovle inmrvicw- The best and most difficult table in the bouse to book? The one 1n the kitchen where the chef serves dea oTu:ed- Greta Garbo. Jack Nicholson, Warren Bearty, ere. For a screen test, cont , ~'t Peter. La Serre: Irne six in5mate dining rooms are like stations ea s~ aden walk, both nd vespertin 'lost of the action n he bar mT de The Gazebo, In thevcvr-rthechoiceofro- antic..Ti-csE~ ~dBl0offeraquiet rindow view. The Jim Nabors Room consists of ove mtal!~mivare tahle for xix or eighc Glnetm', indles seaGng. The Pahn: The place is as big as a bam, and the booths arc Ivyed our a II«le like box stalls. At feeding time, all the occu- pants are foddered and served equally well; however, those in the rear and on the tecessed balcovy mm occasionally champ at the bit to know what's going on up 14om, Consequently. tables #1 througlt #6 at the window evd of the restaurant are the winning spots, elong with he ncarby booths: C3E, #39 and _+J0. Owner Ganzi or Glgi decide on the post pusitions. Perinn'sr Leave it to the social arbiters of llaneock Park and Pasadena m establish their own criteria for the best tables in a house. it seems they have no aversion to walchfng who is entering the dining mom, but they do not wish to seem ciolly interested. Consequcndg the i acceptable tables are the circular booths, eimer side and a little to the rear of the antmuce way: 41, -i and #3 on the left. #1"], ~16 and $15 on the riehC Bruvo is the man to see, should you wish to plny the game. Rangoon Racquet Club: Insist on the anemm Immedixwly to your lefl, since the main d:ning m m can be noisy at times. The six boolhs against the far wall in the lalter are generally considered the best locations, although lhere are some gulors who wouldn't think of eming v other place but in tbe Grlll. n coro vial extension of the bar. Convey your preference to Nanny or lohn_ The Saloon: The bar activlty in the Pub scctimr was made for ogling, vnd nearly te deors. and ~6. in the mher mrncr, Ivrving been declarcdthe suFestspau for serious people watching. In the main dining room, once again, the c er tables :1 and #7 on the left are receg- nized as the places lo be. Along the apposite wall, #36 is looked npon with almost equal respecL Bruno is the maStte d' and chaperon for these amiable proceedings. Seandia:Thisgestronomlolandmnrk has stmh a long and loyal following, best be prcpared to stand in line a wh'de-S n that fignratlvely, of course-be- for you've e rned the right to call yout shots. The booths along the left wall in the main dining room are contmonly judged the best, but nty favorite loca6ons re tables A, B, C or any of the roomy boolhs in the quieter Skal Room. right off the bar. When in a sunny n rood, I often double the feeling by having Iunch in tlle iermcs Room; any table will do. bGSS Havsen md Leonard handle re- servanons. The'lower: Right after the cdaine, the superb penthouse view's the thing here. A good floor plan permits diners at nearly 90 per cent of the tables to share the vuta, so it e es down to which direction yoo want to look, West, cspw cially at sunset and in the evening, is the favorite. For that you'll want a table or banquette on the left They are all grcatt but the second table from the end is the greatest. The help cullituhe RuSel Box. Francis, the maiae d', will point you in the right direction, Traden Vie's: Beiug popular with both tourists and local dinea, the restaurant has a particular section favored by Los Angeles patrons who don't renllze that thcy, toa, look like m rists lo touris¢. Called the Ship Room, it's on the left side as you enter the main dining area, opposite rhe glaexeoclosed Chinese ovens. Lawrence is :o charge. Valentino's: The place has receely been enlarged to bc all lhinga to all mauner of dinea. The main room still has the pace and clamor of yorq enjoyed by the majority who would all like to sit at the round booths, #9 and $10, on the left side, ,It16X on the right or table #1, jnst at the foot of the steps. For less keyed-:m paniclpants, there is a roman- tic and Ieisurelv bar room, oonteining a mueh-favored booth, 1'5t ft is hidden rv-bnt ir occupnnls can see all."lheo rhere is a benoliful Wine Room for large parties. Thaq ocmally, is my favorite. Piero is the gentleman who fits you to the right table. 
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31 14 L.aguna3 Festivnlaf Artsand Pageantof tlm Masteu. (see "Special Eventi' in our "Armmd Town Thls htonth"sec6on) has daily' marionette shows. a free-for.nll khis workshop and a junior art exh'tbit- 15 1lornthun "meats" the eye: "The Rids' Kitchen Takeovet'°' bv Sarah Bonnett Stein (Workman, $4,95) invites chldrsn inmthe kitchen notjust to cook but nlso for crafrs, tricks, imcnting, dressing np- cadng for pcis and plnnts, and genernl fcoling oraund. 16 The City or Beverly Hills spaosors field trips for clcmcntary and Iccn-usc kids: c fm other c nitics n join in. Dcstinotions indude Btach Gar- dons, Knotrs Berry rarm, Disneyland. San Diego Z.oo and a"Beach Party Bo- nenz..." Reservatlons: 550-4"I61- 17 Lion Country Safan's Royal Continental Circns has daily pcrformonccs at 1?:30, 2:30 and 4.90. High-wire and trapeze ac¢, jnggling vained animals, gymnac tics. Other attractions included in ad- on price: °Animals of the Wodd" show, Pets' Corner and Nunery. Hatch- , and African-theme rides. 1s Prize-winniog children's books are dra- n,uized on Newberry Award Records- lolnmy Zrernaln, Caddie Wood'awn, etc. Also check the recerd stores for mad- alouds of faaorite mles by such notable pedormcrs as Glenda Iackson, Mae-gle Smith. Kelr Dullea, Carol Chanoing and Hcrmlone Gine_old- 19 Not !(r aduln only: The County Art iHUscunPS "Mirth ad a Nation` comedy fi;m festival (eee "Film Series" in our ,!rnd Town 'fhis Month" section) any "G" and "PG" films: and , od a tinte as any for your to m the Mar-z rotirv7a~W 2QbPields. ]uek Bemy ad Rurns and Allen- Each program is ao- o nnpunicd by shorts and cnrmans. WAYS roKEEP nHeKns BUSY IN AUGOST 20 For very small fry: lfusie, art nnd stories for ae_es ]Y -5 at Bevedy Hihs' Rozhury Park Anditorium, 471 S. Ra,bury Dr„ Tuesdays and Thursdnys nt 10 ¢ nt. 21 The World Fris6ee Championships take place Sunday. Aug. 29 at 1 at the Rose Bowl, Pasadena. blore than I00 erpcrts compele in a v riety of e.ents. Perfor- s es by sonre of the world's grearest ea.nne Frishee stats, too. Call'_S]-2]55. 22 Ringling Broe. and Barnum & Bailey Circus will be around throurzh Au-e-22 at three diffcrentlocations. See "Children'x Pard' in "Around Tawn This MonthC 23 - Walt Disney Pruduction.' new mystery advemum. "The 'f}easureof )1ata. umbe," opens dtywide, Aug. 4. Older Disney favoritcs- anlmapon, adven- Inre, wildlife, comedy -are on view at EI Canuno Colleee, Torrance. 24 The Summer Science Workshop contin- ues through Aug. 20 at the California Museum of Science and Indnstry-Classes for preschool to high-schoni klds In spaee, weathee Iu.ssls, aoimals electrio ily, lasers, ecolo_ey, computerz chem- Istry, etc.'/0D State Dr.. 6xposinon Park, 749-0101, Ext. 231.38 to 528. 25 The annual free kids Open Honse at the NNlvwnod Rnwl runs through Aug. 20, oRadng storytelling. puppcny, entetlain- ent from jazz to eospel to folk; plus the L.A. Phllharmonic in rehearsal, a vadidonal picnic-Innchtime attraction, 9:30-aoan daily: and craft workshops, participatory square dancing, drama and .... tive poetry- All eve . 930 and 10:3D n n the plnza, Rceervations nccdcd Mondny,Tncsday,Thnrsday, and Friday for indlviduals and groupe. No recservations nccdcd Wednesday (oo groupsthotday: pnrents and kidsonly). Call 87 -SI OSIC. 26 Learn chess at Roxhnry Centcr's Snnday ' ChessClub, 471 S. Roxbury Dr., Bcverly Ilills, 10-noon- A tl.S- Chess Federation capert gives instrtmtion, and class time is divided between lecwres dnd playing- No rcgisvmion required 27 Beverly Hills' Outdoor Education pro- gram oRers a beveh evmpout Aux.20-?? -hasic tent cami crnfts, swlmming, campfires, hikes. games - for third- to sixth-gradcrs. 518 covers bus, menls. equipmcnl and campsite. Call 5504"/53. 28 Ihe emrance of Lee Cream and Magic, w North Hoilywood ice cream par- lor is disguised as a_eiant soda fountaln. After vou enter the front door, an Alice- IroWondcrland-like secret pacvuge leads you into the brightly colored reslsurant. Once yml've plnced your order through white telephone (Ihere s o e at each ~ahle), mngicians appear to entertain you personslly. 12502 Riverside Dr., North Hollywood, 985-5824, Magic begins at 7 p.m. niSholy; 2 p.m. Sundays. 29 Flrst-gradca and up may take a tour of Los Angeles Intemntional Airpoat that explores the terminal's history, ticketing and ba¢3aging procedures and security checks: they will go aboard a plane if ene vnilable. Tuestray, WednesLay and Th~reday n nin_es, 9~30 and 10:45. Those not with their own group will be attaehed to someone else's. By ceserva- tion onlyy. 646-5740. 30 Prestol 'Tnn Can Ne a Magieian" (a "Simon Says- erd, Columbia) in- cludes a 12-pu zironstruction book with the disk, feamnng safe tricks to perform with ordinary household items. 31 Aug. 1-1 is kids' night when the L,A. Aztecs play the Dallas Tomados at EI Camino Collegc, Tarrance. Every yonng- ater 17 and under willreccive a free bike bzg-n great bock-ta-sdtool (uehp gift. s5 Iz~,1_=h,
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n ol,!er, Il i C... k n.i Hi A.,.il Af I.. .i'. _ectl at tna wealth of t.rlem Campani: wllling to givc up jus In mmn one rtyht arm up the frecway from Anaheim. And when dles.mrsmith praceeded to only 14 eames in his first scawn wilh the Dodgers, the fans skepticism ap- pmached scorn. But the fallowina year- i 1974. while Robinson and Singer were Fdinga and Valentine and Grabarke- wnz we e failing to live up to their potcunaL 1lessersmlth posted a respeet- nbie 20-6 record, pluyine a emcizl role In at. Dodgerz pennant-winnin2 [Irive So how did Campanis know9 He didn't, of coune hut he did know a few things Ihal most fans weren't aware of- He knew, for exampla, that the Dodeers had exnaordivary mfield strength be- ,and the sraning lineup - on the bench lnd in the farm yttem-SO that the two infielders he offered the Angels would not be misscd. He also knew that Robinson and Slneer uere past their prime-fn Roti s well past w h le case VA _. ilh j t pproach his, was \ he Snew that he Bnl .lu- abl cash for ft er dcs h th i b Rob ' 4147.000 nl salery-a som that e ceedeE the aligregate salaries of faur starting Dodger infielders plue both eatchers cambfned. In revospeot. then, a trade that once scemed t' ide ceth hapairs - h d lo t his tn bI is seen now as fo -baSS by shrewd e 1er. a It vond that, It can be seen 'llustra- (rce of Campanis' whole philosophv of tradin2- Considering that Al Campanis has legal cusmdy of the careers of perhaps 200 ballpleyza. it 8 altogether fitune that his owu career should heve been deter- in by a custody seulement in Italy more than 50 } cnrs ago. He was born in 1916 on the Greek I nd of Cos'r the Aegexq h his f rF cept . the Italian g '.en h upY g the land, w 'N t p or local g I When th g n eke p. lh . ed a t e dous lesal ba¢le for the cusmdy of younS A~exanacr. a battle that culminated in a -ourt casc in which his fethers family was tricd tn pro.e that his mother - c She, neverthdess. wan the case, and in 1922 sallcd with Al to New York to hccin a new life. At first, he was bewildercd and de- md. Rut he was blessed with a mora!i ta\eol tor ttickbnll, amon¢ other ath- Ictlc Nlcnu, and upon emdnation from Georre Wsshin¢tov Hieh Schuol. bcocccptedafoothullscholershlploRCw ro..~.re.~edvupnq~fiN . Thq1l be playing for !100,OQOOCT. 4-10 in Hawaii oucanseeit foraslittleas R.; ISC_UDH ~235°°f _ Its Island Hohdays' $100.000 Pro days- *You'II be tnc'mi in the "f tnisClassic.a48-mantournametrt specialMeettheProsCJParty co- sponsoredbyWesternandAloha • Alsolncludedare. hotel Airllnes, and a regular stop on transfers on Maui, por-a it the the Commercial Union Grand Prix hotel. apt Ilcable taxes, and 0 Seven Circuit ights - cmmodatlons at t6e Royal The tournament is held at the Lahalna, Hawaiis complt resort, Roya: Lahainz Tennis Ranch on the on thebeach atKzanapalL Maci, and beauffui neighbor island of Maui, home forthe$100,000 Classic. Hawan. Lower mtes available for children • You her general admission ticke¢ under 12, share twln and triple. to all matches, watching the Ikes Reserved seats available upon ofdohn Vewoombe, Island Holl- reque;tfmm$13to$16additional days Touring Pro, and many other per person. top pros. Watch prelimtnary matches Ophionzl Luac on Thu[sday night plus quarter-, semi- and final match at S17,85 perperson. SEEVOUkTRAV[LAG6YT. I. meed. A . for kl Il011 Pr<_. . - e IM~?Pf G dA] om I i HL~ I ...-r~tlox 8519, If oLil¢ 1'- ROYaL LAHAINA RESORT d -tT
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DINERS' DICTIDNARY hlcken o mlly isvcd wid Brelonne, u la: •, ~ vv bcdm. Briuche A Ilaky, neb, bmtm ~ dune_h aNapcd Into ralls ar formiup the a ter docomllve n:el tor p3te, meat or fish. Bmchette. em CaoRCd on a Broni114:5crambled- Brunmse:Diced or an-up v_ ablec. Calrndoe Apple bmndy. Cunnrd: DueA. Cuncabai e: Rith o.aers. CWnum: Wi'h pcas- Com,r de plmier: Hanrs of p.dm. Calbert: Rmaded Engliah sole 6omless and decp fried,s'enred with mafved'hdlel buuc:'. Cumpote: Whole fruits s wcd aad served cold in a flavored sngav sgup- Cunde: With rlce. Concambre: Cucumber. CoMC Prea vcd. As n fruits rnnfirm Lvits thar have been cooted and preserved in sogar or alcohol. o m,jir d'ole, pieus of cooked goose preserved in goose fat- Coqsrlle: A ahellor smallshell]ike dish. Coquilles Sainblacqnes: ScAlopv and mush- Canetun:DucAling. I r ms prepared in a white wine and cream C4pres: Capers (pickled tlawcu bud of a Y+USUallye_mtin€ed. Mediteonnean shrub). Curbunnude: Rrased or rced mcav Carre de porc Rack of pork. Ca.aosdet: Beans baked x.i:h m r Mav ndade goose, pork.sat¢age orlun~ib. Catalune:In the spie of Catclonia-cooked with IomYOCS and pim:enlo. Celeri-rave: Celep- root. Cendrilm:r: CooAed in ercber ar hou ash. C2pe: one of rhe Iargex and masl pl,ed or ~ 'n, n,shraoms. Cerisen,Cher ry. Cherry. Cen'elnt 4 richly sr.cmn J smoked snusage. Cervelles: 6rains. CLan,pidnons:hlufiroam . Chunterelles:Tlny yellow musbrournr- Chantilly:With elfghtly bm:en cmem. Chapon: Capon, Also, stale bread rubbed wlth garlic and m,xed Into sulads. Charcuten : A cold plme of pork and o l CM1mlotte: A fmit aM e a old lined with Indffingcrs or biscuit crusL m dChac r: With Inmaloee- mnshraoms. Gb3r auLria,d: The cenmr cur, or he'er:. of a boneless tenderloin of beef. At least rxn inches thick mways broiled or grined, Cbatelnine: Garnished wlnc ~hesmmu aad . - urtichokebmmms. Chaud: Cold. Chaud-Ero~d: q e ea aad aspie saace used o gb c ltl hlcken and Gsb. Chan nsPnsrrymrno rc ChiHOnade:Vegetablesin longsldps. Chipolata: Little s sagex with chive.. Cboron: A sauCeforgruled meaa, conlein- ip bAa, ulsc, coneen,rated mmato pure.. a d herbs. Chou:Cabbaec Choncroule: Bralsed a erkraul. Usoally .ervedwithpork.gooe, uck,bam,sa ,ac rphes flnt mbiua:lon trhenadlcd rJ:o ourdgJndeJ Chou-flenr: Caulitlowor. Clmux de Bruxelles: Barssels spronu- CibonleHes:Chlves. Citron:Lem n. Civet de mo ton:.4 lamb or mutton st . with red wine, un,ona, n.usnrooms, bncan. Cntn. The 'side" ribs or chops of v, eum- (Com r/e baeuJ- roas beefL) CGtelette: A cudet_ CoMnde: Bonillub:Asre m prepared in erit- Iany with ovlons and potames. Coopm Im m o ces seed in a tall glas d'sh, garnabed withfru rvhs or nuls. d wh:pped cream. Cm:rsetm:zn:achini, Coart boninon: A brom of vinegar ot white shullo:s, o[ ons, parsley, Ihyme and bay leaf in which fish is simme:eL. CrbcP With cartots. Creme anglaise: A light custard s rv ed either a or chilled, on fruit sefls, puddings, ete Cr2me brfilee: A c ,srard wltb a gland top of brown sugar. Creme ffaiehe: 6onpaseurized allowed to smnd and thicken. H:u a lovely nut Ilzvor'y used on fresh bern'es Crcme Yri/es: A crrem. butmr and egg barter maGeinto croquettes and frieJ. Creole: Wid dce and plmientos. CrPpe: A very thin pa:icnkc. Depending on fi/ling, can be an hors doeuvre, a dessea or the main coorse. Cr.mwamrcress. Crevettes: Shrimps. Cmuslnde: 9 paslrY or bread case contaln- ing a cooked meat or meal:nixmre. CroOe: A slice of bread molded in cup and toasled to hold var:ous aheesec mest fsh or ponltry filiings- Croate, en: ln uvsl CroRlons: Fried urloasted sllc<d bread Cut cubes to garnish soups o salvds or cut into into n hapes snd spread wih hors d rymres. Cmdite: A cold plaller of vv nng vcgetablessenxdmw, garnuhed w~:hherbs, whh a dressing for dlppine_. Daube: Meat or fowl braised : wed, alone_ wi,b vege:ublcs. in a xoxaed pol. Deml: Half. Dem:denil: "Half m ing" - while ., whh blucktrullles.u Demidov: With nulAes and Madeim. Derby: Wlthrice andfoiegrw. Demielaceal,e tasic,classic F:ench brown saucc mndc 6vn awv xmck. Dieppo'se, h Pa: Sa,foad cooked in :hc slvle of IM Frenuh port of Dicppe csing shrimp, muoels, oysters e¢. Dinde:"Curkey. Dindore Young mrkey. DubarrJ: W ilh canliflower. Duehesse: Ni,h mudsd pa:amcs. stra'med and thickened withmw cgg yniks. Dugl&d: With u smce coutaining poundcd tomatoes,onions nnd panley. Duxelles: A finely chopped mi-ctnre of cooked musF a .shallots oronions,used a. a garntsh or filHng or iv sauces. Eau de Yie: "Water of Iife: ally brandy; but it oan refer to yspintsu dls- tilled fmm winc or fnnt. Echalole: Shallot, half.vay between al- non and n ' in mste and drengm, ~ scm Ilght Barlictaste- Ecrevisc Gayfish, or crawfish- A fresh- wa4rshellfish, about four Inches long and looking a.eclly like a baby lobssr. FayFrenre, u r, HgyBfian style. With lennls, metimes aee aad cerry Emmenthal: Ono of the two types of Swiss cheese Fmmenthal haslargerhulea a high- erfalcontentandislesssvlrvlhan Gruyere Fntrecdla:Sltloln.9 stenk cut ftom the rib aet .setlion- Epinurd:Spi,acb. Eeebabccbq ene A lemon-based Jelly, covo- ing cold fowl or fsh. Escalnpx: A Nin slice of ineat, most oHCn osed iv reference m veal. EsoargoL Snail. Espagnole, 3 P: Spm,IsL style, with toma- to s, pimientos e d oil:_o basla ieh broxn sauce. Faisan:PheasmL Fnrce: Smlhng, as in !orce Aare1(es. musb- uning. Fard:Filled nrstu3ed. Fennl3re: In the elyle of a fnnaei s wiR. A simple dish wldt fresh vegeuMCS; ofien . Eraised or paoroamed ma FileC Fishln flatslices aaddeboned. Fowl: cut fran the breasr lfeac wt from the loiv ortendedoln. Flnuneiirio ula: As z 3nancier mighr order n dishh with au1Pe and Madeira. Fines Henbes:F,nely chopped hcrbs malvly chives, uhervLl, parsley, taaagnn- Flamande, a Ia: Flemuh nyle, usuvlly with cbicon' or bttr. Flambe: Flamed. Usually rognac lanred r 0e dish and ser ana:ne. slsmiehe: a leek and cheese qAche. Flnn: A llght umard, served x a- or chilled,wi:h or without o tart erest Fleurma: Paslrv puRs us 1 as a gmvish on mefishdishes- Florentine:Witheplnach- Fole:Llv.r.
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RUN LN r UHL WHIrAr MUrrIN) FOR THE STOUT OF HEART By Walt Cieplik _-c-nArOp.SPYmLW.qL0.11111 If this is your summer to really do something different, here's everything from African photo safaris to Bigfoot expeditions, plus a 20-page guide to Southern California campgrounds -p.-i1 r sonmeu~ Casfornia ~ L.e the wrong freeway- . ~ ..i.uor hose changed in an uufs.,.ge that hasnb M1exrd of flanR.iu.~~icar3 Pas.it. u rut. So instead of Ih• ••=ual rwo r ek sprint to visinhe in- I,n.,. wq not do somethinll dan&'rmu Ihid v cahon? Like comract a safari in derkest AfoIDq hnnt Par bulterNes in Ihe 4-v, h'k he Hin b y s taur a r `ticr Ill etreake s the Svhnrn on a camel or nnre the Alaskan .onstline in a schooner. Or, if you're pnee.ed for rimc or cnsh. there are other. rc local but eqnally exofm "'atiols. One espcdirion left Los Angeles Iasl uvth to scarch for the legend.~ry Bie- loot- And donT for¢ct nbout a backpnck Ic~il fmm Baja to Cannda, ac r - ucross Denth Vallm-on v hrrro Ym'rc neeer too old ta Icnrtc So, to hetp in r ehoice. herPS aur K,dde LLr e atbfahebrdinap'_ advenunvrs nndpo oasiblv .n c pus aacaHOnx. Maybe You'll Meet Sabu... Go through any tdcphove book and oull ficd trnvel n cnts, but ones who chuKCr Afriean scfarlI ore hvrder rm fivd AI Zaponm, owner of Sportsman?ravel in HolFwoodl has taken such actors as Lo, L-rvin and Chuck Cannorx on sn- Cil d fishln_e ezpediltonx He wi!f take i~ whez to simot-or benar yet_ 11 r..,ph -anythln¢ that tlies. nvinvs. or awls. A Zapovta Africao I lwo to iour pcople r x Ec an r`1S00and510.000.Fishingtrzks. :c ofi tha vh'in waters of Atrlr2. . :Ih . ¢nd Idexlm, rvn eovsid erably le : Cull fi'_7 -6S6J. Pierre Vuheyc, owner of Advevtare. land Safaris in Los Apgcles (9Ji-95991, shook his hea[ vnd spoke with a s:a.'e. I
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DINERS'DICTIONARY Fme f,l M1 I' "nt a iicb hae I Hn:lrv OYSIer. ,..cn I IR.,.. Fr '. ,1 n'_ Fnnd nt 4 x _..._ „ lound , Ib FLn:m0. C ~ b W 111 .ake \aPOI I d h ` Pond t cuc Inlivunc+l P-1- I"'I whnc a:l ~i-..h 51 ' ma 't Idmdarsq a 1. S.rvcd w~dr slca ned po chee roque r _,ahcolnbing<hecu e . Cdlom (A11111111,01111 ) , and 5es.ood or eM1lckn Forcsliere, a In: Scrved wilh mmhrooms. Frais: Fresh. Fmise: Strawberry. Fraisvs des Bois: Small wild slnwbeales Fnn:boke: Raspberry. Frangipane: A cuslard fdhng for desserr wilh almonds or cru.hed macaroons_ Freneuse: With tumips. Fricaaee: Pieces of Foultry or meal svhich e first braued ia bm¢r and then aiewed inliqnid.usually cream-based. Frittons: Goose emcklings. often ntixed with herGS aud spread on tomc Frlture:Deep iried. Froid: Cold. Fromage: Cheese. Fumd: Smoked. Golunfine: Meay fowl or nc, doboned. rouedd stuRed,then glaxcd wrm asNe . GoIettes:Cheese xafers and blscuus Garbure: A dish which is halfwa_vbatween oup end a stewin consiste y. Gomi: To garnish, v e. Often indicales dish acmmpanyin5 main canrsa Gdleav Cake. Gdce:]elly.lEn Srv1@e: in a gelatin./ Genevnise, a m: Usually with anchovies. Gigot or fdpot dagne u: Leg of lamb. Glaer. Ice cream, sherbet or ices. Glatage: IcinQ_ GlaeFed:Preservedin sugar- Gndard: Ser.ed with :nushrooms and a rich br n Grald-ducWilh cheese sauce. asparagos. s Grand'nl2re: With c oetons, panley. Gratm6: A dish which hns been plaeed under the bmiler o salamander until a brovn c: fnr ._ Greequq S Ia: In the Grcck fashion, nsoally .ried iu olive oil and herbs. Grenadins: Small pieces of veal or beef. Grenouilles,cuisses de:Fmgs'legs_ Groseilles: Red cnrmnts. Hsdmh Bean. 9:vciot vere is a green bean. Hartmt m e- . is w x bean_ Hallundai : A dchs ace o( buVer, egg yolks end Icmonjulcc. Hamard: Lubsteo When senrod Ihermidaq It is lobsmr which has been f:rst sleomed then b[eiled with a crem trhroom and cheese ssoce.HornarCd PnmEnrniue is cul mfdNlln: s in Fdle wi;h nm ler und oRVa onssto untS~d matoR wine, choPPCd nhu} _ .andSerhsan6flemedwi:hcogmc. ~Honµmisq a Is Wilh poprika. Huile:Oil. ; Mrepoi Dieed vegcubles eoaked with nn d , u.l o:uld nuvor lo :f .. Jnlu: : A rrnh mrt topped wiM1 Purellel 4cp[ of paxlry. Jombnn: Ham_ JapaMise, d la: WrtM1 lapanese urlichokes. Jardluiere, v lo: se:ved with a vzriety of .ooked vegelnbles. Ininvtue, a m: W;m stdmp or crny9ah. Isdienne: Any food which hm b«n col inm thin matchlike sNps. Jsa. IIE: A bro :ade by Ihickcning l cac ful es afth cornstarch or azraerool. I Lalme:Letmce. 1.angnu .ste: A roek lobster na front clmvs. . Lapim Rabbh. Lard de poilrine fume: Baeon_ Ley rmes: Vegetables. Livourna In: Lephorn slyle, wIN tomaloes~~ Lueullus:Lavishly prepured. Lyonn e,ala:Prc, red with onions Macedoi : A mixmre of fruiu o cege- tables, sereed cooked or raw, hot or cold. afafs: Cora av:sou: eooked from mLLe recipe. Maitre d'hdtel,sla: With a buec parsley andlemonsanca Marcbdan de vus: Flavored wilh ciaret. Marechalq a la: With bread crumbs and muBles Marie-Lum n .Wil',r artichoke bolloms stuffed wlrhpnrEc of moshmoms end ouDire, Mariw:?re: Shellfish caoked in and trip , herhs (MPSSelse r orAer d lu n:c3-'zre.l Marqnis:Choeolale spongeeske. Nerron: Chrstnu[_ Cnq- :: des er't of ice caam or sherbe[ with e ndied eM1CSmwe and whiVped crean:. Murseillais a la: Wi:h garliq tomntoes. Mutelote: A fish stew~ orten with ncls (waminre dang:dOes). M3daillou: A small, mnad ment Ulet. MeuNere: Fish.seasoned,floured, saluced in bueer nnd garnished wilS Icmon and Pursley. h4gno:rs de baeuf: Small a:a of neeft bilau.seala: Wilh mac cheesa Mi:mm~b Ix Cookedqoiakly: i aften I ' rr uily nse'dta iodie::le uamnll portion. c.g~n na:c seala blirobeau: Wilh and:ovies, eliad clivzs_ Mirabelle: A semil yellow Plem- Also Ihe Ilyne:r acc frnm mat rn/:. Mireille~Prepamd wlth lomalocs, mush- raoms and onmr.s. M II M1I-.ll L tt : b-t- hhin beefbones.Us<d-n oupsoront,.et. Montmoreuq: Prepared and/or served with cherries. Monfrenil:With peaches. Morilles:DelicateliLLlemushmams, Momay: A e:eanr snuce comaining cheuse. Mrw ovife, hla:Wilh c vlar. Also refersto a Bm r m deaserl Mnnle:Mussel~ Mausaa: A lamb and eggPlantdsht served h rcold. Mntouae: Utcrolly, "fonm" or"frod::' Varl- nslight e - tard des em ennrain- ng beaten c g whites a whiPFed c . Alno rcfers to pu, es of fish or ment fomted with zspic 3fousselive: 61eaq fish or dcssert mousses made valvety smooth with a high conlentof whipped c eam. Sm: selfn : hollan daie and whipped cmam wmbined. M1fouesrde:Mastard M1luutan:MOlton, VanNa: A s of crayfish moked In butter wi0 mirepnir ofvegelables, cognac, white w e, f:esh and purEed mmaloa, fisn mck, snll, pepper and c_ . Favarlp: Lamb stew wirh fresh young vege- lables induding I:Irnips- TavehTUrniP Fewetroae: A dessen with candied chest- nuts, whipped c . and r . Newbury:ASeafoodsa made oflobs:er, egg yolks, c_n , me. bmler and somec dme, nulme~r Nif"•isa, s le: Made or rved with olivee, tou:atoes and anchoviesu Fivemaisel Witl: czrrots, turnips, brzised lettuce, onions and nmurc potatoes. Vosetfa: A small, r und, ¢nder enl of _ ALso rhe word for haxelnut and a autbro n bulter muu. Folve¢es d ogne u re bovelesslamb chops- 6ormande, il la: With apples and/or Cal- vudas. dro::me: uoodle. Hoyau: A bnnd made from almund kerncls. OenfsalabourgulFUUnne:Fgyspoachedfn red wine and zereed on oolnonn Ocufs brouAl&: Scrambled eggs- Oenfs surlB plat: SM1irred eggs_ Oie:Goose.. Ob,mun: Onion. OrgeaC Almond-eavoredeyruP. Pain:6read. PWn de veau: Vml loui Papillnte, : Coked in a Vapcr bng In prc ve 9a ~ Pam:anfier: Wi:h polames_ Patata Sweelpotalo- Cm:tLn:ed on puge ftG5S
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an_det e.pIci.,ny .i e me no- tr<,pne isdoine'~n me m"; t nam,:i in. ., of the .io-for-Ido- WrCA.ff/YIY.IC+ GHA11G STFIIIS 110.1 Don't miss out on seeing this un lque shop-specializing in one-of-a-kintl fashlons. 367 N. BEVERLY DRIVE BEVERLY HILLS, CALIF. (213) 2]6-1232 :ripp'in¢ u ncm.: w:ited unul n w,n read his u n: I the mensoous tdummn .. :na, _.untal an n ycnn a_ m" n ~nm. .ihV~„r I .a n ien- nien i% m to srare -+,(atleas,}~ou'Ilbtcoaler ,her. I thaf a Safem's Lot nc Stephen King IS ~.:L ! i',EI1 which nor avly ts u I ., lsvotf : B.. - '-hus cm c wlfh an evl6' ok,ng Yace em- bossN on i,. Don i ask w:mnhc nnspesk- .,hle horror'u doinn_ fhere in'Snlem's Lot, er. for that matter. whnt he e,ctta apos- . . n „nmea.,minc Smmelclveame mefdn„r,vre~mar,(ernohuveno.v iavancm .- p,ospect ofnn m, 211111 LOmi~..~i~l. ~ inTheYmmetheusCrisis a bv Tha, ~xorua and Frank Nobinwn (oanmr... SI +S) . Seems rnereS mL nuclear plant ~haps forced into opera- (mn before the necess.uy satPguards aie prnvidel Thco, -tcrrillcdlssstcrlcoming Cr.u ... n 5),AllstalrMac- I an ha., -nIV entcrtaintn3 and irn -ufe novel of 'mmiguc, a bit of Rlg-i p E_:oGue in which the CIA Joins in .,;. th, iun, and the acrs bccomc Sm ,nuol, m,e death-dcfyin3. Seems tv1xG tubct`oivh GEPE IIIITCFELL. CRIH5 rtIEN'S FWIR DESIGN °vp,..enene..,evuym,ee,w..a~„>,a,.... Ynube iust ,rsed me m derNop pon. 9171 WILSHIRE BLVD. BEVERLY HILLS I :oemrskifls ... 4748197-474-0183
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The Point Is the ultimate in apartments. It's adult living with a unique umbiance.The Point is luxury, with floorpkms that offer drama and originolity. It's the best view of any apartments on the West Coast and a milliondollar rec center to pamper your body as well as your congeniality Promontory Point is in an ideoi location, overlook(ng Newport Dax It has already won four prestigious national awards for design excellence, from the Amedcan Instkute of Architects Architectural Record, Sunset Mogozlne and the National Association of Home Duilders.Its the ploce for people who appreciate the exceptlonol, ond ore wiliing to pay for it The Point is like nothing else...and that's The Point Rromontory hoint in lNe.N•pOft gc'dCh RentOs $350 co yiR00 monthly . 200 Promontory Drive West Newport0eochCofdornia Nonh of Jamboree on Padfic Coast Highway Telephone (714) 675-8000 Owned ond mcnoged by ThelMriaCompony ~ Equal Housing Opportunities
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The LQathQr Bound Look. The most complete conecnOn ofqcallty+uede &IeatM1erapparelfor m.en & wo-men. Versatlle daslgns forleisureoraressin a iullarrayof natural shades &colors.Thelatestln soltsue0es &reverslblesfeatured. AccessOries,footwear& unlqueSiftitems- ExpertcustomtalOring. PersGnali2¢d SuedvSLeather/urMenS Women FlOecerSun.Man. Cine9rill, Hollywood Rooseeelt Holel, 7000 HouywaoJ Blva., Hmlywoed, 469-2442. Dancing Tnesun. Pm Gmrm' Caleerlly Club, 9103 WW sansel. W. HollywcoC, 2?5-J596. F: Co fns, the Hlz HypnOlisl, untl a wllling sub~ecls a e Ina slara ot one ortne mosl am airg am mnny shows in town. Opens at 8 Tnurs_SaL Cocklans all ev ing. Dinner e to t3:3o. x3 rcharge,lwo-erink minimum o.-dlnner- shmallmes-9 oe TLUrs.,9a0 and 11 1. Frld and Sat. Call about selbhypnosls classei The Cove, 3191 W. ]1h SL, 388-0361. ContiOen- lel fooa and elegent aa m, Old Wor:d abnosphere. Luncn~Mon-Fridinner aaiiy. Shonl Alex Braun end Jerry Bruder anletlam inlghtty. The Oalsy, 326 N. Rodeo Dr., Beverly Hills, 2T3- 3T06. Michael Murphy ylays the piaco and sln9s. Dar.cln9:foad. No c vr .i - Dcnklns Inn, 14130 MarpuesasWay, Marl a Del Rey. 6234551. Disco dancing 7 nigMs. GonlFe Beachcomber,13530 BaliWay,Marina Del Rey~B23-5<35 Lpau every Fri.,Sat., Sun. can for reservaGooa.live entertainment with Polynesian show and drning nlghtly. EI Galo Metlcan Restaurant, 7324 Sepulveda Bwd., Van Nuys, I81v16eo. Dpan 7 days wr lunch and dlnner. Banquet lacilities. 11 m:1f3g pm. weektlaysl tlll 1:3o a weekends. Mariachl Mexicali band Wed- Sun. Live enlenalnment and danCing in c- Ilna adjoining restauraat 6 p.m. marionetle show, ScnU only. Frantois',Atlanlle Fichlteltl Plaza, O level,6th and Flowep 680-212]. Frence cuislne and fine wines. Lunch Mon: Fri. 11:30-2'30. Oin- er Man:3st 6-11. Music to dine by Iram 7 p m. Mon:sat.; Leslie Lawrence on the plano. The Great Scot, 2961 Los Felix Blvd„ Glen- dale, 66aL228. Emanainment in authentic HISM1lander atmospeere. Davld Lysle al Ihe plano Tue-SaL B3o-1 a m- Also at 100 N. 6anta Anl1a Avs., Arcadla. 4J6-4411. Frank Day a11he pisno Tue:sal. 8:30 pm: 1 a Greekbwn Reelauranl, 6160 Hollywood Bwd., HallywocN, 46T-6464. Raja and Jannle ar drummer and tlancet wun me smos Kappas group for m c. Wed:Sun. Greek dancing. Extensive Eastem and Greek menu. Open Tue:TSUrs. 11 30 em-1280 a.m.; Fri. 1130 arr.2 a.I Sat. 5 pm:2 a el Sun. 5 pm:miGnlght Closetl Man.Callta geton Iing Ilstfarsoeclal conaerts and dlnners. Nerry's Bar and Ametlcan Grlll. 2020 Avemze of the Stars, 2T1-23]9. Serving Ilalian and American grill speclellles. Lunch Mon.-Set., dleeer 7 nights, cOektells. K2y Dennis, ssgar, and David Moscoe, planlst, Tue:Sat. Iram 9 p.m. HcliEay Inn, 45U E. Harbor, VenWra,180516a8- z]]1. Top o' the Herbar: Rcvolving re5lauw ao1 wuh spsetaamar view onhe o and narbor ngme Enterminmom anacaa~~ains nlghlly. Closed Mon. Crow's Nest Lounge: 121h-floar cocktail lounge c ockln5 . Tue:scn. shiNs Taveme OoCaall unge wilh dancing Mon:Sat. HcGk.wz, 1/1 S San Pedro 6t., Llttle Tok/o, 680-9355- Japanese c e, Teppan grill. a'zttentic sushi ber. Enterlainment Tue, by Shei/a, pianist, and Tburs.Sa1t by Singer- piartlat Minam; B p.m: t2:30 a.m. Also in Danang 9 p m.13o a m-, Tue--Sun., and sinpvq by LynnsJac4IDn- . - ~ Whistle While You Wok , LA.re >9cur Madame Bylvia Wu has des/gned n slOlnless staelwak selwhlcM1 newaee e.ery implamenl you need to prepare 6hines e se C e properlv . er9eoars aesolmad sninar book ^Madam Wu s Arl or CFnese Oooking." The eIgM1R plaCe eel cusle sas and ia auailanle at , Braadway slcres. I- Joinl Venture, Hyatt Regency Hatel, 711 S. Hope BL, Los Angelea 683 1234, EnIerLLln- ni danclag pm:1:60 Bonny'S Showdown Bhaw. Sun Ppce: S.'oakfastluncb,dinnerona cocklails 6 a.m: miJni6C. Angel's Fllghl: Revolvin5 rooltap wblc5 rClos the cay hourly, open lo~ unCh and mcklails daily exC. Sun. King's Whar( Los AnSeles MarriotlHOlel,5855 Nl. Cenlury Blva„ Alrpsrl Area, 641-SIDO. Thraugh Aug. T: "Your Kinda People:" Man. 3a1. 9 p.m:/:30 a.m. Singer Barbara Dbeln, Mon, rri. 4-B p.c. Hangar Room: u,a- Sa1. 9 p m:1'00 a., Jonnscn & JOhns~r Oarang :n bo'h ro La Bella Fonlana, BCO .ly Wllshire Hotel, 95go Wlishlre Blvd., Bovorly Hllls, 2T5~4282. Lunch Mon:Fri., Einnsr Mon:5a1. El Pa-- tlrina:COCklailelunch,dinnar.specialaftel- thealsr m u. Surtlay chamagne bmnch. Marold Brown at Ihe o no during cocklails and ainner.TUe:Sal. La Fonda. 2501 WusM1/re 6md., g8o-W65. Oau tor r m. Home ot Los Canper ecM1l groupg Mexican cu ne for lunch and alnnor. Entartainmanl nigMly. La Plaae, New England Village, 10323 Santa Monlca Blvd.,V/sst LA.,2T]-1333.Conlinen- lal tllning QIII 11 p.m. for Shuberl Theater- gcersb Earry-bird d.ring 5.6:20 p.m. me: Frl. clOaea Mon. La Slrada, 3000 Los Fellz Blvd.. 664-295i COCktalb antl I1e'lan speaiallies 1n an 1lsllap t lrng. Dannnucus enterlain- enlbyltle Le6tratla strolling singers and repenary cnmpany. Opera, nonceR m' Neaamitan love aon9s, Brcazway show tYnee and light opera Tue: Sun. Open every night Iram 5 p.m. except Mon. ShaMime Is e. L'ESSMtieq Beverly Hillon Halel,9816 Wllshire BIVC., Beverly Hills, RV4-T]]T. One ol lee clty'sllnest restauranlsfeatures GerlOalien Orcheslxfcr Eancing- Lobater House, 4211 Admiralty Way, Marina Dal Rey, 623-5339- Sealood and steak din- ing. Llve enter'.alnment and danoln9. OM1am- pagnc bullcl brunch SaLSUn. King Harbor MarinaE65 N. Harbor, Redondo Beach. 376 098 1 . Pasadea: 3533 Foothill Blvd. ;g6-o;91. Lunch Mon:Fdo at all locseons. . Open I day.s. Banquet laclllties at Marina Del Rey and King Harbor- MedalllOn Reslaurant,3T01 V/IlsMre,3B5-8191. PlanO music by Dave McKay 1a dine by, ooking the /ountalns and archways Of Anmanson Flnaalal aenter. Wine included with gourmet dinner. Manly's Steak Hause,1100 Glenden Ave.,Wesl . ILA.. macsss Enterlainment by Chamcion samh eoasl vJlaqe. 31300 S. Piaza Dr.. senla and GomazTbpazz. Ana (t19) 65]-R531 '; AM1entic RloMlela Plaza O'Shau bass C 0ange21/1 N.oranqeMal•99a~5124 . . Jaae West ABC Enlerlainmenl Center, PO40 , g y 9n md Flowey 62o-2665. Hearry Level WetlwaaJ'.1009 Bmxlu'iAvenue4]1d81c Avenue Of the SIar9, Century Clty, 556- , rish snd Ametlpan Lare In the atmosph¢re AnaEeim Plaas 500 N.EUtlid 51,Ananeirr., 171 92ac 338a- DinlnO ) n s. TM1is m only, a n a Medlsval Irish caslle. Dgrcing and Ilve Tapanga Phza:fid110Topanga 6anyon6culevzrd884-9]90 oemallen-eoursa dmnermrsln oarporsOn enls'lainmenl by Ihe Mulligans, Tue: Puente Nlllffl29 Puenle WIISiNa1156d-0329 II be se a aflc e p m. (far bw at more Thurs. T-11 enc F:iSa1. 0:30-1138. Lunch iarmnss Oel Amo FasNOn spuam 19' 310.3gAa peaple'. elgM caurscs IOr two ur N:ee)- I MonSat till 3~ Dinner /rom 5 pm. Early- San Pepro:PCrLsO'LaIlVllk^ue54T-Cr/0 r
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RV 1im164o fcel.-,. hal~la. .. or ~ ~ i l .. Pio..--r_ i.r "th -e . iu kl Rand- 11, nfJdq L •95- 21- ,. I r I. .~.'hc v C,tllay eeit I i t mila. E to 368115 1. W of Oeanmonr). ~ rltt water. people~ ' , c raPerson r ioc, Depwvreqeisd iefcnd n , . RV limit: AO tl s. Immdrv. propnoe. der, pool, hot lel sv.u. m I.IlbrviL k.unp Rztmal, (114) 729 7777, . ' Fx1lFrook o:, Ue Iur Rd. .alth 48 elec¢IC/wamr. ' s haa-aln. Si 5a fot '_ pe l -nal fnu aoh e1tikL estra adn I' i r,:posit req:@ea wim "/.day re- fumi RV limi, 32 (ent.3-day mfni- ,.., r ho day weekcnd._ Restfon. .,. _ .. r.ry.n e:ieyprPpnn , nd, ereation toom, [ n s pool ek, 714) 13J-0261_ 10 mi. ~ H.ry. 01. 1]5 RVtent water,sewage hook-nps- -~c den0; $5S6 for 4 . person 50, Deposit m fecC 3-0ay minlmnm weckends. Restrooms.. disposal stzlioq gencral o pools, o e faaled 5i¢P clpl - ~~nd, o b sket- ~. • 11 h•. trill h: hoes. 1 1 T ler P k(l11) .q, + aach on Hwv. 6 then :: Rd. end l block W at ~ Dr. 64 RV sites with elec- ve hook-nps_S9 for 4 peo- nlc i t.N. ertra person $1. Pem .. rcqu: d with G-day retnnd . feet Snawc rese . ' smtr L. Of Inreres[ ,..mp ($J per IamcF), .. A 55 50 for 2 people; 24 '9 for 4 people; e . Dccos¢ rcquhed with meay .~ 3: 'A Ortega ^al Fnrest. Open only Sept 16- 94 n1 222111) Ri:,er v li 30 RV sms ac hook-ups.5t25 h aok-ups. Childten h person Sac A.C. SOr, h w te6rnd notice. Rstrooma slsowen, ro.ena. PooVane_ OC intesa: _._ 1$4 fee). with elei.tdc water _ lim@: 30 fcet_ Rest- s. plo . ° ~ ~ °P~aSgroand. POO 114) 6>7-7191 .9 3oliolLcollccSonbcllE`.RE~ - .1 . _-o, ._.edr.~. BAKER ITEtiREOON KARGES KARASL4N WHITE ivlORRIS JAMES OPE45UNDAY • NOON TO FIVE CJ(!C/%ylf~~1'J FDRNITURE & I VTEdIDR DESICN LOSAFGELE.6i654VESrVICOBOULEVARD Phone2?3-11]3 WOOOLADNHILLS.EMHVE]'TllRABOULEVSRD phpne340-06J1 ~l14 e51l%1 ° Pe Shoppe for Men' • Oleg Cassini Shirts & Neckwear . Atkinson's Royal Briar Cologne • Kent's Best British Brushes • Brxemar Imported Cazhmere Sweaters • Aquascutum of London Clothes • DaMs FamousTrousers • Church's English Shoes Hollywodl • Beeerly Hills • Sooth Coast Plam•Airporl Marlna Holel u..ae0cus 169
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h ISl o S S - I. he + R.dlc AI :..'r_ . Du.id lamsen. 6'but Rou,d. %I:rm Champton. Diak Z:muck farmcr hom,- n Amg Hank GrcenSery and the mdliunais compwcrnrhlz-turncd-prcducer. Alai Palevsky. Hewe.er. until the et tenn~F boom <rcntedtt shortageofrem places to knock a ball nrnund- few pcaple otnsidc of the members themselres hmc been nre of its existence. And nobody cccr had ro walr very long m become a mem- ber. All an applicunt nccded for ~mmedlarn admksion wus thu hiltlatlon fee (a cre S5,r1001, a cable-stish aweater and twn mbers to e, r that he uav; t wmted by the policc~ But even with the currun e to ieht not be the in¢nse sc- mbh 11 infre4uent membership openinx: it had not been for superstar ]immy Con- who has made the club his horne e~cr since he was n van¢line 16y ear-0Id takinx lotsons with patcho Scgurs, thcn EHTCs pro. For about a ycar Connors enjoped no re prlvflee_es than any orher oo.tslder, uho came to Seuura for lessons and v.ns expecredtokavethepre - his lesson was over. Eut when it hccame evident that this Huek Finn with n acqnet was something of a renofs prod- ' c. the bonrd of direcmrs Imm,dEetely bcstoaed upon him a Illelone_ houorary cm.her~hip. n So time passed, and limbo developed imo a mllb:onzire supersmr whose every ead by he narfon's mcdia. move wns cor But none of his fame rubbed off on the tlevarly flills Tennis Uub-mainlm be- caus Connors never bothered to men- non his home dub in any of his inttr- s. This frkcd the cluh's hozrd of view dirmmrs, whfch u sed its presitlenG Hnrald Robinsan. to mention It the ne# e the eolortnl leh-nander c e und to use his [ae membcrship. Which Robinson dia. Withdu rhrcc months the ll1ITC's nzme camc up in a half.lozem major enicles, including a Tinrc cover story about Canuors' meteoric rise to the top. _. And Lhe Good OLd Dola, npposlte P4°e, crdckxdse front /e)n a rerr vmeng Bohby Rlqg.r wirh]oeHru,CJreMar;r Rraherc Narpo w d Gro td eic irup v'l and-r p pdF -B hr Ruhwidrl tmmmrBllr/'ldn;Pcm'. Clmrlle Challrr G.oaeho Mar.r and EL6.eortlt Lbres before u nmurlwr.c erhibhlam m.. tclr. ",,. Doris Day had to resign. She wanted to br'rng her poodles in the dining room with her, but the manage- ment said no,. ° This was n Pandorav tiox the member- ship co mlccc n ..~hes had n been opencd. Soon everybody who had - oned a racouet and who cnnld af ford the initia(Gon lee (soon to be S10A00)-pIus $N0-a-month dnes- and ... n those who couldnt-was pullinsrrins jast to get on the wniting list. never n ind beinz admined. dt the moment there ar 20 hopefNs w ine in thewnrgs for their big oppornmfg nclnd~~e PE cinalra- But there Is liv_ . - 1.~ other re ent aptd niaed to that hal- lor.xd t - cmberb,arers unless thcre 1 rmh of devths at the c1ub.Andth itlikelyinacfubhillof health addlc: _nd hypochondriacs. Thnt it took a 31-yr,tr+rld upsmrt to .malN pm th- F:vedy Hil6 Tennis Cho on the mao '.itprising when one mn- i rh.. . eritaee. Dur'utethe'30s , Os ... . most lhe exclus oe play- trd nu_ ie of Holqwoad', nost urimu, Thee ~.dul--= foundcdLn19?0 by Fred rd. C.. . pre-R'orld War Los I Davis t. t..r an.. ._uo-time world3 . . .. . ,nd Uiltcn Rolmes. _ uyr . I -stlruEd .ncoft L: lediab ' tubiny pros In I1.. Holma and Alcrandcr bonght the pnrperty-slighdy Iess lhan tour aores in Ihe hcart of Beverly lli4s' ^~mntereial dislncr-fornpaltry$I(Today thut luad is worth 5~ n 'For un- other $15,000. th . I-udt -E . mpian- shlp courts and a tt c onc- slmq. nnch-sry9eelubih ucc that con- tainedtwnnmallbckerrnomva along anda that Rontcd on the nwr )cr one nd t..o e uru. The ClUb I.. - mfu_u pool and no dining r...... . bfilton Holme,' wifc, an exeellent uoek, ser+ed "fmtify-ayle" lwtchex et a long wooden tablc on nc, vemnda Those wlto wished m swlm wem wel-ome to use the Paafic Ocean, fnithiGOn fces were 5110 for single mcmbcrship and 5200 for a taml ly. Because rennis was a popular sport one fdm pcople loou- bcfore the pres- ent tcnns c and because of the club'x handy Iocation an the wast side of toun-the onl} other local tcnns omlr w s he I 4 Tenni.s Club. r domn en Aklrr md Wluox a -thcBHTCqi I.-vuehtonandbe e - notjust a ~l -- ~ play tennis. but alW ast---ous~ . outandaspot to ptd r bl. I. ~rs.,y an i- portentll , . - ,ated ben.. .~~rd a I st of,the stlmn alamaocnnmes.,r muldbeaeenflcdng lheir ronnls mu=dna reuds Gke a li'ho i Who of the L.: Lare Shmr: Fredrlc Jlerch, Nelson Fddy, Constanae Ben- actt, Carole Lombaid, Gary Cooper, Cnry Grant. Peter Lora, Gingcr Rgers 9nn Sothem, Basil Rathbanc, John Garfield, Robert )4antgomery, L urence Olivfer. Chnrlle Chapia he Marx amrtF ers, Pnnk¢e Goddard. Charlie Farrell, Clark Gahle. Robert Tayloq Barbara Smnnra.Bznm Goadman. And maay of Hollywood's top hehind- rho-scenes talent also took their delly ex- dse at thc Bevedy Hills Tennis Club: Frank Capra, Hnrry Coho, Bob Riskin, wary wyler, sdly ardaer, ewot Nu- genr, Sohn Fbuton, Irwin Shaw, lack Warner. Ho,zce McCoy- Dnrc Sahary. There wene evem a few shTful vennis players amone them. Gilbert Roland and Ban Lvaas and -.c wrirets Forman ICrusna nnd I zrry Bachmznn could hold their owu a'Bh jtul nboct nnvhod [hemp I ~ ' -! rPl rs r Poct-wa. Jrnarpm t t f th mc ,. ot y for emy )ea¢ with a mp-sF I n G. hand as ricked as Rjurn Bo . temper tho: would moke Ilic Vc.s:~~ .. eor.,uenrd u /~
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ST hWR1E'S GARDEN. An m~pmalleled selecttan af plants ~ontamers, anddecorarvoe anus at mmpeltti~e prtces_.located at 2304 Suwtellz Blnd belween Plco and Olymo« BLd.. Open eocry day, meek ni~ht, till 9 p.m. 820-1416.
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15 YEARS LATER, SURF'S UPAGAIN FOR THE BEACH BOYS By Richard J. Pietschmann But can Brian Wilson catch the curl this time? ' Garra be cool now, Aower shi)r comin" up." -Fronnhe Beach Boyi classlc Shut fJown' Carl Wilson lounges in bagey blue nylon bathing suit and s mptuous silk Orienta halFrobe iu thc liviog ro o( his rented MoorisA palucc past Ytalibtc He sips from a bottle of b[ickey's Big Mouth, his facorite be,- s ha chneklcs over the new2v ared-up career of the Beach Boys. 'We neverwent anyplace;' Wi'son s¢SS. "We'lc been here all along:" The yaungest of the Beach Roys, a teen idol at 15, is carly 30 and has a bad back He ehc has a valid polnt Allhough it h._ b plc 1 a decade z ncc Br W ilmn_ the old r brother and c eative touchzmnz of uhe group, mtrcated from Pvll par,icipa- tloq thc Reach Boys havc conucd to record and touc Thc band. n~ facc is probably the premiere c cert aD Itaot9on in the world, or dasc lo it. Vo, thc Beach Boys hm.c bccn solidly and steadilc on 1io sc v for 15 s. Carl is riuhl~BUl soniehow rhim semmer s ns rtfferencc neneA to rev up Ihelrpublic¢t m eu.n."Thc Reach BB e back. This wJl be another r Alre.rdv there a gnc that _sach of the mek wodd_ Denniz the midrile Wilson. Ilves ri_¢ht down the rozd. bot is olti or. -husinea" and has IzF, his bmthe* to anzws lhe umal sllly qucctions. Brian. oI c, e, has seduded himelf in hin Bel-A4 homa fac one wfrh the famous plano room fillcd with ..md. 51tc T}t nvlnx, pllkc I ove and AI lordine haec 9ed to thrr aspcc[iw homas in Santa Barhnm and Alonlcrey, prceomable nct heeer io prepare themschel for rhe bie upcoming concan at Annheim Stad um_ 9di,ily, thcn. is ncl lhinn. Suddenly Ibc boys a v'1 'iusr leuing gond things hv..crbok i, -e m- iusr h~pc Thc happenrorhem yuyingalllhoccgreut 4I simF ur that onlv o old cnnas in m.certs and IuNng amrd B,achn. ... frv _iilablc- - mF:m _ vpnckaae thaee s. , iI rF. ."Iy trtc Saro old . ;md make lots of mnne d in_ mclar m m t`csp.. J , mnrs t TM1 su.nm¢ Thc}' ara ot r<n., ._
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A Private City, "„it nlea~ ~:, e Island Just 7 minutes from the Interna- Eional Airport is an $BO million is- land devoted ex- clusivelv to the pleasure of its in- habitants. On the island, 300 friendly natives are waiting to serve you everything from a gourmet dinner to a tennis ball. From the island vau can sail awav on the blue Pacific with com- plete abandon, knowing that everything ashore is being taken care of for you. Gardeners, groundskeepers, maids, porters, valets, driv- crs and every civilized amenity is here to make sure all goes well. This private island is called the Marina City Club- At night the dub is'sophisficated, sleek and urbane. During the day;-' it's as comfortable as an old pair : of Adidas. Luaus, picn(cs, ten- nis and the spa. And a private cocktail lounge filled with here-and-nuw, talk and music. ~ If you're serious about how : and where to spend vour . time, this may be where . ~ Marina City Club ~ ]onClark,\'mePresldent ~_ !NarinaCitvClub ! 4333 AdmiralN Wav Marina dd Rev, Ca-9o29t I would like to ,dsltyo... uo; olease Icave my name wlth the Betore .. .-, I would Eke addiGOnal Infoima€on on the you belong. A private city, your pleasure island. For a limited time the Board of Governors is extending an invitation for you to visit our island. You needn't live here to belong. But, once you sceitynu may never want to Leave- Besides being a private club, we offer the finest residences extant, protected by the most sophisficated securitv system in the country. MCC. .. the new domain of the private club.
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UsEYOUR MASTER CHARGE or BANKAMEHICARD CUSTOM CUES AND ACCESSORIES I $100 OFF SELECTED !. FLOOR MODELS AT i OUR NORTH HOLLYWOOD , AND ONTARIO STORES QUALITY SLATE MODELS FROM ONLT $475. Two Generations of Handcrafted Billiard Tables . prlmilivic ennrping. COUNTY S J_ RY Ilush loileli ~.i Of inter.-r_ ' pedal- and a . .. ... i „ i naluoetraiLC pl , fadlilies a.,m,r , : . ' I„ -. ' pe,,,,- Idpllniltl Park f.I,m f,_,.an Wilder. esl.ol.~.~ -:sworWrll- n;ldonr ..i -: RV,lentiitee. 53 tm $3. ~av it- cet Restroome. showem Trails inm .e-a, inter- pre e pno . uhrt<t em Lal:e Neme[ Campgromd - ii 59-260, 3 mi, E of 1lounttin I..ta 1w}. 74, 800 RV/rev.t si.- ih -• b,alc aad water boak-up. ), so s ~yn, (50e). $3 for 2 peopleR,. -. - ..c pit toilets. disPC al ant . pro pane. Aeenduul OL I, ~ -, bont smp(norafts,s'ilboal, . anoes). rcnl'al :notar uad mw bo w-4pap. MeCall Dlemorial Park, Il..r 6. -2311 or (914) ]3] 2551. „ ~ of 4nancsfn Cenl off Hwy. 74, 50 Rv, e sites. 51)c per person, 50e per hoaz Slper vebicle; S4 mavimum-SF.owcrs flush toleb. Of in. te:est equestrian park wnb 53 merals, hik- Irail, - bfojave River Forks Regionsl Park, (714) 389-_31], , ml. ]'L nr Silvcro-po lake iaHw, ~ 13garvi6 . ~F~..II1I3. 40 ten,, 50 R'- hook.up°. RV b. . I'~al'~ . gmnvd. GOLDEN WEST BILLIABD SOPPLY.INC NORTH HOLLYWOOD LOCATION OPEN SUNDAY 12 to 5 NORTH HOLLWONO 6326 Laurel Cyn. (213) 984-3081/1213) 871-4100 OFF!CES EP[3)'dHERL I where you call for TEMPORARY ' HELP , and get it! m trs i Bmtita Park.'Yld_ Lytle Crak, p.1/ tlg , . '5 to Sierra Ave.. 12 i 0 i-'Elecmlcity ana pie ' wter aah trlets, m,- posal s ,. 5' umle 33 fear Bnn@n Rnm~h: 3o kv/2nt sites wirh all hock-nps 56 pe, ngLt rur ^-,esors n,on _°Oa. No RV li:;_1 ., showe lanadry. Of imcr: ._, c~t ep are seen a, fie9in_ . eqnivM), hl;ing. Bonirn FvILS Y± tour -~. group favilitiez railabiz. Brceze Lske rvmn'P^^^a, p141 845.5919. Bexumanf ' I-ter-va LQ then I mnc lo ' Ir_\ ..s'. • I¢v/tent mhh e'xci . . . . .. oak-ups. $6 for A pcoplm Ir:.~~ r 6, Sno. Oeposit requircd - -d notice. RV I/m[r- 40 fcet. bhc . 1 toilets. Iaundry.Ofinlera . ,al,hafjr, irlpool. play'ground. rev...roona, li...mp and tore. I CsbleCanyauBOr.-- --,12ml. I -. Ra ', - R' .. .. . elc::.... meT' POOL TABLES ' SAVE NOW!! . :', cG *1-E Lr.^:-._ -- SELECTIONS ANYWHERE i OF NEW, USED AND ANTIQUE BRUNSWICKS. ONTARIO 111 N. Euclid (714) 984-0415/(714) 9840917 re~ s.l l p opar,e OF'ecetcd pc 182 cos>uos -
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Oak Graec, I ] ni. SE nf 4uo Hwy- )Y. 81 R~ e_m itcr . 32 @m. PiPeJ Ibuh e` OLSe.aPI. VIni n$air RVb.i I C;aa-1 er.pr silcs. toilels. Of hne t- - phitlwntcr. Son... . ~~JU,. . ~Inter: eheck xit!I Pab..w . I+IIwt OI'a.:-. IT4) 9452421_ Tenaja, 12 mi. lV nf Mmricun on Sama Rota Rd 5 lencsil- I •ing arca). $1. RV limfe 'uil- fac on dirt oad). Plped woter. I loilct. Of Intero¢ cvidence of plrst Indilm civu¢atiov. annwbealz to be fonn6 Nearranacrxmlmn. Uppar San Jnan, CI mi F. of San ]uan Capistrano oft Hwy. 74 ar 14 ml_ W of Lake Elxinore. p RV/tent sites 92 RV limlv. 16 feet Piped wa¢r.pitmilets. Ofln- tL,rc.L fishing. {dlacentto OrteSalllehwoY_ c:d lolec oa drink6e 1,111 . This 'u a p I:, ai1dL__. .y. eonnmed on I ioncl Far.a . Iun PaalhetlY Regiaml Pmk, ' 7 al'_I0_ n mL [ofanunvim ~- Ror. Cmlt Rd. 1;5 i . pmol.Oet. 1-andi lin 50 fecl. Sbr-n. n n bcildL .plavc.mund. biq.. O'Seill Ncvional Purk. Santa btn nr snn D~.. . Rd . F to ^ oc-- s TmFOm Canyo RL {o, . with.vlerhook-- \1.. L rest of . .. "I. .. STaiE dnnL OI n . I.ako Elsin m 9tate Recautlon Aren, t]l41 s. Plavemuna_ Irnn. '. Lr 6]3311]_ 2 mi. 5 of Hwy. 94 on Exit "/1 tdps lo Tocker Wi1Jl1[ ~. nt 32o4D Rrvemde Dr 2 milu [mm citY hack Peak. HolY lon . of Lake Elsinore_ 1]fi RV'tent sites, wl[h inter),Trabneo C.inYOr. 132 dectrictd hook-up rtcilities. JO wnler. $5-5650 for 4 peoplt ex[r penon SOc pRlAdTE ' I RV 1' 4U [ 1 h u ~ SEMLER PHOTO ALL MAJOR BRANDS Competitive Prices, of course But Above All QualityService8 Courteous Sales People 933-5561 Phone Orders In By 2 p.m. Shipped Same Day For 28 ytan al- 5730 WILSHIRE BLVD. LOS ANGELES A FREE PARKING M-F9:30-5 SAT. fD-i,~ 19e ac_ >n- - ... ¢e _ $1.5r1 for e~lra se - gutlerfield Cormtry RV' Resort. OHl fi'6- Piped wat fl h 1 13.s. h > -1. _• R•.- . cirh . :.Of t t Lk oat ram.' r. . , ,., v, lal fisGln cnml bva¢ . w. s 2, Palam r MountNn SNIe Park, (714)'- 3^_ I. NE of Pa m3 Valley ..i Hv a~IcROadS).Sfor81 pe ~ I . RV I .. . I I-al i a l o r- . ' hA 6-r p C o t F Hv s,n Rd. -.J ` 'on I d R ...... -ot • GvS ihN rofp ..Road 6]. ? I s les. 14 R V_ DuuR "F]Ile., in NF corner of park oR Counly Road 5]. 3U sitei.la Rv Dat¢n5 1. 111 . ^.41 496.617 1 or (9141 - One r. . S of Dana Poinl oR /I 1 Dd OhspO Rd. 111 Rt i o.PLZen vehlcle . . n mt_resl: rOUYFV Ronald v.. r.i ~wrs Repl~mol I'...h, O14) SI . arl. . I t I tte10- IDi n ot - -ITIe. pla . i_cre. ~ n rnom. p I. Clay canrvn camp, vu -n....+6. lots i. SE of Coroc. ~H i i 7. _1 La'r+so Ra_ I65 RV s_ . -1e'.' wster, apnr °pe° :JOlant St w: Pe i.`Oc Do poslt cc9- rcd ' wid notlce RV llo . 4D fwstay Reztrooms~sbow- ItaLLOn, grocedes, n opcn on weekIeht Of in' resl'. uc ~ 14) 658- and. Cmvbm In, o 81]c 1 .. n Hwy.3]I at I E14n Forest Ra-uh, ^IJ) '-?442 7 ni SW of Escondirhr vl '~Ih 2..... Hale All and Hurrvony Grwc R. s. 120 RV s wlth 84 elech.. +ud ...deu hook. ups. $' ~ $4 tor 2 penple atra person m~e /2. SOr, mmer 12 2se. oepn.rc m9mrea~
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eclusion.Nature Security. Palisades Country Estates. There s nothing quite like th's mmmunlty of esiate Iwetesltes-.. now or forevexmore. Its seduded ser.ing is truly unique .. a wooded endave of security and pCivacy, totaily in harmony wit6 namce. Striking sunlH ca,yoas s2retch majestically up the Santa Monica Mountains, rystth.ee miles from the blue Pecific A r.ataral buffer of over 7,000 acres ot pernanently protected City and State wilderness park cradles Palisades Country Estates. Soft, cooling sea breezes bathe these scenic'R to 5 acre home~~~= buildable pad area up m 41,400 sq. ft.-room for your own pool and tennis ruurt Palisades Cowary Es=ates is pnvate. A 24-hoursacurfty gatehouse with unJormed guard wlll identi0=t.: ors via a s(. .. d telephone swtem s ing each custom home With only 70 breathtaking view i -aitaF'- . ig could be disappolnting. The per.ectplace to ouild gour home. Homesites from " I ... Where SuL,et 61vdd meets the s... I.i~~,i Hlghway, ~ anusnoES rrke Srnset re ciile to PaGsades Di .hrnu i beautiful ~ mJJNTRy ESTATES SantaYnez Canyo7 2!2 miles to Is Country' Etates. Pacific Palisades (213) 459-2351 PallsadE's Country stat~ E s AnoHter nrYsuse development Mcby l-,nd Aesouuces Cornore:iun
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honk-nps. No m,vs. s+so fnr] pe- pl.W :e cara peeron nver Io.51 . nnder I1. soe. RV limlo 50 [eet. Reslroome. nhowers. I:mu~r+. Of ntu~l'd hot let s.nrl paal. Los Padres National Forest within m.: small portion of the Los Padres National Forest and its environs Lrat our lime limlt allows ns lies an in- redible vnriety af cvmpsites: beautiful lakes and rjvers, beaches where you csv stm-batha in Javnaty and mountains wh¢e vou may find Yoursclf weadng lon_jahnsinJune. Highliahls to in>estiEate within the forest are Mt. Abel and Mt_ Pinos in Frazier Park for winter spons lof cool Lake Cmltas and Lake Piro rwnonal areas, and the Sespe Con- dor Sanctuary (the area v und the Sespe River is exceptionvlly beuuGful). Correlsdng brechez, state, county and private parks urc also listed. Now about those condors . . V LTIONAL FORESTSBRVICE: For furNer information, call (go5) 968- Ins. nlwass call abead dodne wlmer nnds are lrenmerons and some- Lni s inpusable. Bear Creek, 1I ml. SW' of Ojni oR Hwy. Ti. . Open dpr I-Dec. 31. 12 tent s s(nn RVS) No fee No drink5n , pil uiieln. OfinleresC fishing in Sespe Creek, Ueaveq 23 mi, N of Ojai on Sespe Creek ofr H..y.33-9 RV/tent sites. No fae. RV IimiC 25 feet Greek water. plt toileu. Of iv tcrestfishing. s w ing hiHng. Blue Puint, 8 mL N of Piru via Piru Canyon . Rd. 26 RV/tent sites. No fee, RV limit: no nailers lnartow- wlnding road). No drink r, 5 double tailets, 28 stoves and l - lables.0f intera'll hiking, swlmmiu& fish- n Piru Creek. CMSIIO, 10 mi. N of MC Abel off Hwy. 1,6 . fi tenl vles (no RVS). No fee Sprin¢- r. pil ao v_ Nol u.sible dudng w uenlher. Of~nneresrf bike riding hikiaqn Cherry Creek, 10 mi. NW of Frazier Park oT Inr e _ sles (no RVS.) Ko e_ 4wheeldri4 onlY. "ratnral ..aer xup~ply- no tor.x. Orinlerese p4-ni area - Cbarra Sprin¢; IP5 mi. NW of Oiui (R H.vY. 33. 6 tmt situ lno RVS). No fe.. No . Inklr_c x , 1 s 2 mbks i sI amp~n lE plcnGm e,~~ G i Cbucluipnte <6Si mi. SW of Fruzier Pu,k otr Fr ''founn,in Park Rd. 'St , "1- n. i . -I F,. - n yfini I ... yommcrnl . nLJv 1.e„~.- . ,mpgmunJ on Flu<,n blce i i CowSprlnps,ISm[NofFlln. euRHwY. _ 6 lent eitee Ir.o R' fee_ Vntuml water suPPIY- pit faJn . lau'es. 4 mblos. Of 'mterext hikine locatcd in Sespe Condor SnnctuneY. Cnmp u.cuvible by lrvil onlY. If Your Thoughts Are Tu rnjng To Romantic Far-Away Places TRY A WORLD TOUR NOW AT THE COLLECTOR, BEVERLY HILLS TROPIC SEAS lhe world over, gave us our specimen shells. JUNGLE SLOPES in BRAZIL revealed our gem crystals. RAIN FORESTS of INDONESIA produced aur exotic butterflies. VOLCANIC FLOWS in URUGUAV helped form our beautiful amethysts. . 9484 BRIGHTON WAY, Between Rodeo & Beverly - 274-5161 , S~te am- _ ?none..._ . e_,.,aNOE.rIP3
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Imc r +. 13 R'-nl siI= No fce. RV Il~ feei. r, r . ° Of in- Inum ue. hIXer'. Y.hwuim:m r. Itme t'alley F'ells, 7 m 1E of Ojnl off Flw3. 42 RV!Innt si No fee. RV lim ~6 feet_ No dr+5 ~ waler, pit tolles. g. Ofi aan:P fshing, 1 11 .1 5'espe Hot SpAnSs, I]n n I. NE of Ojai. sites Inu RVs). No fee_ No ru plt loilet I stove, I tnblz Of inmresl: fish- iog, hikinS Condor Sanaaaryi riding. Tlmcheq 32 mi. NE of Ojai off Hwy. 33. ] tenl zia~. (no RVS). No fee.Y-wheel drivc ~nlv: Ing r iny s , 10 mn hike- Nmml vvterspume, Pit milets.Ofinmrest: fishln riing-hiklne, mping. Thurn Nfeadows, 20 mi. SW of Lake of the Wuods off Inteatate 5- 4 tent nIs. I RV. No fs. RV limirt not re 1ended fee house tre'ders. No rx r suPPiY Pt toilelx Ofinteresrf hike ridinghunung Fishbowls Loop Trail (foot or horrebeck only). Thom PointTraiL crosals. 'fain Plnes, 25 mf. W of Gormen on Hun- cry V'ulle. Rd_ r ent sites Iva RVV). No 2cc Lxvemely poor a oad. No waer- pit Ioilds.Of interss[ viov of Gold Hill and 4ntelopc Valley. near Dutchmen c mp- gmnnd n mi.). \,heeler Gorpe, 9 mi. N of Ojoi on Hwy. 13 69 Rv/teul sitex $3 . RV IfmiB 16 feet. Piped wateu some plt, some 9ush milets. Of interest'. s ing, fishing in North Fork of Veulum R,iver. hikinp. COUNTY Cam lloGmvePark,(80i)48Y-9]I1,EZL 4ir3 (V'znmra Conury): 6963 Cmnerillo Sprlnps Rd., 3 mi. E of Camarillo olf Hwy. IOL Onea Nov. Rfar. 45 RV silea. No lents. Reservnlions: SIO. Fee: 33. RV limit: 92 feev Piped wn[er, Nush toilets. Of imerem pirne, barbec e faciliues for up to 3Uo.playnmund, clubhoest volleyball and badmimnn con _ i no eynipmenUp c:unp Cnmfort, (EO5) F8]-]]I L E t. 4522 rvenmra County). 2 mi. S of Ojai on Creek Rd. Open No.~ h1ar.20 R V/tent sites with electuc hook-nuc Reservanons: $10. Fee 53 viu4aut electribty. $4 wirh electricity. RV IimiC 32 feeL Pfped wnter, OusStoiletc. Of inmmsc picnic facillues. LNecue ame r up to 1,000, mcrcation hall and kitchen rucllivos Campo Altq I805) 861-1345 rKern Connty), ' mc SE of bEnticopa un Cerea Noroete Rd. Open April 1SepL 30 _ 29 RV/lznl = F=e' $2, No rervatian s. RV Ifm1P 21 -' Water available_ pit tollars. Of IeF Linu (localed al top of 11L Abel) Dunl..aga m.~)u`-]]I1, Ext. 4522 (Veu- mem . . ~EofOJnionHwY-U0E i F'.. Reeervations: $10. Fece i:t k. 1 feet. Running wuter, fiusit tolen_ Ofcintecese plrnic nrea, children's playPmund. Foster Park, (tl05) 4SL7I11, E.xt. 4522 SEE THE WORLD'S BEST WOMEN GOLFERS COMPETE FOR THE WORLD'S RICHEST WOMEN'S PURSE IN HISTORY $405.000 for Ih¢ henefirof Mulriple Sclerosls SEPTEMDER 22•26 CALADASAS PARK C.C. For Ticket or PronAm Entry Inforrrlotbn Coll (21J) 553-5829 or (21J) 888-8155 eountry cDrench secretary reproduced from an 18th (?entury original in our 6-13al7er cJurniture c•97Cuseum collection. 'DissinfnusFvd monvfattum and dismbum ,rmiln.~ sron. Los nnaeb, ~iam~, ~.~,
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almast SI00 ntiillnn up e cr last ycar. AVanderlodgei which will set cm hack rentingfor4t2adayplus"ICCnt.samile. 11, nl+o notcn thc widnprcad uceepmn.. e S I0(1,000 for such little catras ac 35 fcct (l hoh the weekly rate-and in snm- f motor homes: "Thc appcal is to all of luxurlous liv'mg, vcl.et uphelsmry, rentnl firnu u ually insist n o economic claucz-ncrms the b nnrd." w n n. tr.uh eompuctor-wmh- ~eek m at 9215 a-eck and 7 1 P t the aeeeleeu at saet r t b eeI dr. central ..a rd clsht- c m~lla m n ncludcd cxeept v Ilp I . _ . ..,.. . ' Pr th t o._ got comforta - -h et, t . ,0 t ~~- I I-,gadationv for foar LuU II for 510.000 to SI5.0t10 lo he w de,rec 1 nolorm h,n , not r b thtoon with t h and showcr, tour slicker, bigger versions that conro with 9uired m enaure a trouble-frce vuc.nlnn, burner stuv with oven and broiler, such refinements as color TV, separate as I dlacovered when I took mv wife and re[ri3emmr. stainless-steel sinks, deep freezcrs md Iwo bnthroomz. Thcy mnge two yeung ehlldren on the rond unn loog shag carpeting and bulll-In sterco_ ]t sells from $25.000 up to the opnlem Bluebird weekend recently in a 31-foot Tiogu, for around $13,]00, if you want to make ~ samcthing like that a regular fixtnrc in vonr garage. REALLY BIDING HIGH Wnhout a doubt, I am the least me- ehenicauy minded m in the c- try, so I was a little apprehensive about hding responsible for technicalities like the disposal of sewage, emptying and rw fdling water tanks, Gghting the gas re- lrigcrator, etc. But it turned out to be relntive child's play-nven for m With power steering nnd brakes and better visibility than in our domestic sta- tion wagon, [ felt like King of the Road as I put the car on automatic pilot and headed for the mountains above Palm Springs. There w only o e slight mishap when, having misjudged thc width of the entrznoe to dre RV park, I lost the waterntank faucet and rorzped the paint work. The faucet repair was improvised with the nearest Iwig I could find and, luckily, themakeshiftplug worked. We discoixred that the organized RV parks with their electrical and water hcok-ups, sw ming pools, stables and planned entertainment were not quite what we had in mind for an away-from- io-all weekend. But the advantage of the RV is precisely that you don't hove m put up with highdensity living if you don't nunt to. lfosr esmper, are totally Paul Newman, James Caan, ]ames Garner, Clint Gastwood. Iame. Brolin. self-contained, and for three or four days Telly Savalas, Robert Wagner plus just about every big name who stats at a stretch, yon can simply pull off at in his or her own TV series have stayed ahead of the game when it comes rhe roadside or xnywhere else that you tocomfortonwheels-allworkandplaywithelaborate(ormhcrwlse) mo- fancy, as leng as iCs legal. Friends of tor homes m theif disposal_ When Eastwood first begsn to direcr, he ius[s11ed rs, who crisscross the U.S fuur months a closed-cireuit vldeo machine in his GSAC mamr home so be eould view oLLeveryycarinthelrmotorhome,simply his rushes in a&-condiGoned comfortvn avcn the wildest tocadon. Fcwman ask local farmnrs if rhey c amp in went a somewhat more modest rnute with a Tio¢_a to keep his Coors woll tneir fields and have yet to be turned But it's the big-money rock gmupx who really go whole hog_ Thcy dou-n. need spaee for rhelr tavehng mtaicians, so they usnally eombine the need Sar bidding geodbye to the crowded fur rehearsal room with homi space by picking up u new Greyhound bus tra'ler parks, we headed for wider spaces and making a few alterations -- to the tnne of $200,000 o A at the heach. We'd seen those choice 'ertcd bus might sleep a dozeo, have Full cooking gzllcys, a bar, of arnper spots ihis side of Oxnard and course, and enough electrieal outlets to power unipteen guitars. Fou aively espected to ddve right in. We dmi t hnve to be a Big Star to go in style, though socalled "pany modeLs" were wrone. "There's not a space within with club chairs instead of the regular couches are finding their wny to 60miles,"aparkranSerannounced.And places like the Holtywood Bowl and the h(usic Center, where owners will she proved to be right, entettatn friends with cocktzils aad dnner before the show_ One group Or almost rieht We did re ember mkes it-<own chef md burmen to the Bowl every year. having seen one perfect spot: a nice tree- And ev n the RV parks ar moving eut from the w side of shaded ha!facre ovedooking the oc rown; this month a huge site ope ed o n of the most expon e Fluff with an uninterrupted vicw ofthe pound- w pmpeny in Nalibu. While other privnte developers along the coasl ing sud. are scrapping plans to build condmnilioms and pricy developments he- And that's where we ended up- canseof Coasml Commission headaches, some are findntg ¢ more profitable weekending in our RV right in o own toctcrtothe.cesleekcoveredwagoncofthc']Oso hont yard, entertaining the neighbors and cooking up s starm. We can't wait - to do it anzin sonn. M 162 tc5+na-t_
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WEEKENDS &VACATIONS A srep back inro rhe Vicmrian era. FINDING THAT COOL AUGUST REPRIEVE IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST By Frank Riley Port Townsend's like a refreshing step back in time There's rhe ]ames House, the Pavm thraugh brsnuhu of a Chinese Tree of fLoose and, of co e, Captain Avhid- Heaven. bev's. Nor m mention Manrzsa Castlq Thls really im t a bit of [he Cornish tt ie1mt sem~nary-tnrned.notel, er me 'ast tran,per,ed to shan.da.a. And it Pettygrove Home, w[th its ni;nnheent acmally is elose euough to be a plansible steeple and spire To mra anhconer n cape from the Los Aueeles August. Port Tnwnsend ix to turn a page of a APter a:wo hour lunch llipht to Seattle. Victoriao novcl, and all the wh!Ie you and lhen a tasciuating drive braken by n m the cool oI Au_eust, bresthing ule fcrry trlp. e had checked inm o ere tinged by the vea wlth o t eeemol snow V'mrodau pnese houscand wem om walk- sparkling in the s mlighr o mtains n the s mlluht to wAet a appe[ite -.... fnenbo.eth h r au .,c..W foran'o b e o.,c~mncr. So before we bdne v ual update o close-to-home e. ~ pes a from ihe city iu midxummeq we want to share ent chance dCrcoverv alnng a rim of tf,c Olympic Peniusula too of:eu missed by visimrs to the Padfic Nornhwest. The ciatomary trnvel pancrn is to go n from Seattle to the San Suan Islands orls of Victorie and Vancouver: the ander ofthepeo sulareemstooawer same a demur. Bul ~you do have time for nlcop:lcthe l-tor'anAgc ..rossthe
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A DESPERATE DINER'S FRENCH DICTIONARY Everything from `anguille' to'zingara' ] he time is 8:30 om. The .ren/n4. a jashionnble French restmvant. The rhar- nfcely dressed cmtple and their vm.u. w.ttiEx (ds he RnirEer...... , me enr.ee) Bon appenrl SHF, Thank yon. It looks wonderful. (W.LTER retl"rns to Ius AtnNnn.) HE (In a pnlned wldsper) W1mr looks wonderful? For fish slew we coWd have stayed home. I Ihought mnletole mennt cooked In a paper bag, like that time in Nice. sHE No, I think thaPS zn papillore. Mmelote must be plain old stewed fish, sa!lor-style. W'hy didn't you ask the waiter^ He offered to explnin he mcnu. HE But who's Soing to translate hLnp Tell me, honestly, could you under- srand him through thataccent2 SHE Not rcally. When he suggested o2prs tor the first course, I was cxpeceng thase wonderful little pancakes filled wieh erabmeat or something. Wild mushrooms scare me to death_ The maml of fiis all-mo-familiar ould seem to be that one man's poisson is another ma:fs poison. Whether the restaurant i French, Italian or Chinese, the same dialogue of disa, pointment goes on every evening. Most, though not all, of the blame for these - antic snafus can be pinned on the resmurnnt owner- That bit about Hsting dishes only in IhelanSUage of their origin is sheer arwgance, as impolite and frns- trating a carrying o whispered c- versatlon in front of someoue who is hard of hearing. To c mpound the eonfnsioq restau- ratcats who print their me n for- ci5n type a also proneto typecast Iheir help, _vlviug those with the most unlnteAAagbVeaccents the honor of further confusing the pacrona. n;'l:r:"c . 3lll For those who doo'e c c to eat with an open copy of a forcigmlangnagc dic- tionary beside their plates, we herewith provjde the basic ABCs of loreign menu- e; commit five words ar phrases to memory each morn[ng while doingyonr -, and nevermore will you be m the mesy of a garbled garryn. Abatis: The giblets (hcari, liver, kidney) and neck of fowl. A blanc: A cooking method that resnls In food alainiug 4s whitenessh or a dish which has not becn browned. Abrfcotr Apr¢ot. A brun: Cooked unlil brown. Agnean:l xmb. Afl:Gadic Aiuli: A mayonnaise made with olive oil and garlic, common in Proven5alstyle ooking. Algedenny'a 1': Algedan style, witn red or green Peppe:% Alleu a:dq a I': Ger n sty'e. Lsuelly /n- volves a b'i white sauce, or when applied to a meat d sh. the garnish may be saue: krnut,sausage or modles. Allumettes: PotameF canapes or pastry cut in the shape of thin ma[chcs. Alsntlenne, 'a 1': Alsatian style. Denotes a dish served with eabeeage- r sauerkraut -and s ns e. somemez wlm joie gra.r. goose Qveo a Amaode: Almond. Amandlnw Fish o vegetable dishes garn- ished with blanched olmonds Inat have been sauteed in butter. Amlral, a I': With nrussels, oysters orshrimp. Anana:Pincappl, Anahois: Anchovy. Angu111e:Eel. A poinh. Cooked to medium r~ e(tranelaes 'iust dght"). Most often in conjunction with beef or'bink" lamb. Arebidua Usually a cream sauce conuaining Irnnles nnd paprika Amentenil: Accompanied by asparagus Asyetge'. AsparaFss- Aspic: A firm, semi-clear stock jelly used to encase c9gs, pate, meat etc AuberRine: EggPiant- Au brurte: Cooked in buttcr. When followed bv nme buner is bumed almost black in autEfne Latter often Indudes capen and Is then ealled gro:o6looe. An ehoi.v: Yorr choice of vegetables. Au Iaitl Served wiffior in mllk. An :atnrel~(o natuce} A dish prcpamd ndserved iose m i:sn,mmislate. Babm A spongcllkc rake, cvrindrical in shape, made with o.w:thoni r and oaked in or kirsch ufrcr baking. Bnllotine: Pleces of deboned mcat, towl or fish which are stu-4ed, rolled into a bundle and ned before cookln, Normally eerved hat. For cold verslun, see x:dmuine. Bar: Dcemsea bass. Bairignole, v Ia: Anichokes 4ofred with duselles, chupped ham, mushrooms, herbs. Bar-Ie-dueReda vntiam- Barquettes: Pastry shells shaped like boats, with various fillingn fro:n vegetables and ea¢ to sx el desser:s. BEarnaise: A very Ihick, rich v of hollandai .- made wlth sballots, larra- gon negnr and wive. BEchamel: A standmd white sa made with bnacr and itour plus cr c: or milk. Bercy: With herb:'3utter'wlne s Beo.eblanc:AC medmLxtnr ofbctter, shxllou, v and tvhhe pepper, served wit1: fish vegetables. Bifterk: Any lean, bonelecs stwk. Bigarnde: lVith a bitterbru:ge auc... Hisque: Any thick, pnreed c saup; Ihase with sFCllfish a mo_. um: . Blanquette: Veol stew wiln a while savice. Bombn: A nrolded ice cream or chLled puddin_edesaert. Bonne femme, 'a la: In the 1,1, n good wlfe Usuanr .w e wbh po"moes ortmmoEVCgetablcs- 9ordeluiee: A saoce for red mea:s, combin- ing red w q beef stock, ehopped shallots, beef m ow, herbs, svained mmxm and o¢ar Bauillnbais.e: The famous Medirerranean fish soup flavored wVh garlic, ncibs, vo- metocs leeks and snfiro.,. Often czrlal with alrong _¢erllc and olive dd sau,.e Ing red peppe - Bouillon: A dear brolh, msde from boil ne beef and vegetables- BunGUeli2re: A neal fish or poultry dish rounam by freeh vegemLlcz Bonrrgeois urgeoisu Simpl, famlyslylc cooking wid.lo's of onions, carrots and po:.wcs. coc nuI_rti RGS
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znortarotti for the waman Outstanding, exclusive designs of shoes, bags, luggage of the finest Italian leather. Elegant, understated sportswear and gifts. 370 N. Bedford Dr. Beverly Hills 271-8301 Via blonte xepoleone • 24 b01an • 709-839 . CUuture,ROntipnC and ReadyTn Wear Custom & Boutimle 121 HI C9lllltlo BrIVe Beverly Bllls. Ca.90012 2i8-6290 iuross tmm me u camino eotraoce Be.erlv wilshlre Hntell Pursuing Disaster, Escapism and est on the Paperback Trail By Robert Buhrman A roundup of easy portables Nbrvel Carrick. book m ,r for Sunsel Fcws, whlch dietcbo2s most of the ps?etback books to the revolving racks of the Los Angeles basin, reports that he o w handles 400 ro 425 new titles a mooth. A good patt of rhese are quim recent hardcover hestsellea, nata- ablv E L Doelorow's Ragtime (Baatam), which at 32.3 is pretty steep for a soft- ntil ymi mosidcr what movies - and u babysirrers-cosr nowadays. At a tatc. w are blessed wlth a wid¢ and appealing ussartmam of raud- _ refteshment to choose from- nothlog too heavy or taxin_e-as August ecm in, and mlth it the inevitable wav- of d,e mind Ihat belfes thx hody~elanguid sprawl md ycams for E,cnpe. Should yon find yovrself in snch a predicamenr during the sdtry week ahead, may we sugge.at you apply a cool cloth to your forehead and slip into one of the following summery selecuous: The ultimate vicarious vacation, the all-t!me e eapc-of-a-lifcvme has to be Thor Heyerdahl's Fatu-Hiva (Signet, 31.95). Here [s guy who makes high zdventuuc an everydsy habit lKon-Z[kl, Zfis Ra Espedr(ons), and this time he's wriuen about his notioo of a honey- moory which was to seil off with his bride in an island parndisc and then live there in Ibe antanirvl wi!dernus like Tzrean and Iznc. tlnv. Accord:ng tn Sunset News, Helter- Skelter is still selling phenomenally well
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Let Bobi do something : exotic atyour place. You're invlted to a new experience in antiques, plants, Imparts & col ccl bles. Fram Red Chlna, Tna Phlllppines, Bali, Italy, France, Spain, Africa. Senma Mocloe 399-325t OU SEEN A NEW STORE IN BRENTWOOD Lovely things for Lovely people LOUNGEWEAR LINGERIE & GIFTS FORTHE HOME 11681 San Vicente (just east of Barrington) 826-2034 MR.C MENS WEAR SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE Up to 5D % Savings on regular top quality merchandise in all categories. Suits, Sport Coats. Slacks and many more. MR.CMENSWEAR 10955Weyhurn•WestwoodVillage•NexitotheFoxMovie 477.4254 - 8791230 AII Major Credit Cards Honored and Charges Invited Hours Monday thru Friday 9.30 to 9:30 -Saturday till 6:00 Handcrefted miracles at very sensible prices. ` ,' t Interlar & exterlor design consultation, BOBI LEONARD ~>~ J 1~/~ AntlCuerow 5F/ '.~.1 itA.,..e 2801 Maln St,eel rtbe Malse l,avrnGe I I , bfc. M th t r tio n t tp odt.'... ` Ids , nn th 1 r 1.i stortn I~ ~I i ut .. I ..p,iv itlve.l.1 .1..I-. chemi 1 Iss, Lmsh s and, u-~JIK no ..nv .ust brinv your o ' Thi ; tf ~nIY stam t rrAar allows r c mp g y an pull off ' h re alone p k ro d. i s me p'°tel tl Fs f most othe aes are S2 per car pcr n'eht Pets are 5I pcr pet per night. Differing fees indcuted where nnsary. Except for Daett Sands, which allows 40 fet, the RV limit is 31 feet. Iftrail bikes and dune hugg-ies are pact of your desen trig the park recen0y acquired a tract of land that is bcins developed evpressly for the no of ORVS (ofl-raad vehicles) - For morc informafion, call park head- quarters. (714) 969-5311. To ;et to the Anza-Gorre¢o Desert, take L,te:statc 10 to State 60, tnrning off at ^omonn to Hwy. 71, Fram 91 to P-- 9 at Temeeulnp to S^_, and Gnally . :rhich will bring you !nm the n parL of the desert aud rnn¢_ee headqosnea. Although it sonnds mpltcm.dI vMs L the xhortest raute from LA. To reach the southernmost - s, stay on S2. An alternate s roweis via Interstate 5 to Hwy. 78. which lakes you riJst into the middle of I rf.e park. However, the most impcessive inrcoductlon is v a 522, the Monte- -oa Valley Road. Tn 12 mles it drops ~ 3,300 feet, Stvlu; a spectacular view not nnly of the desen bm also of the Salwn j Sea beyond. STATE I Arroyu 6afedu Primitive Camp Ares, Ar- to Salaao IumoR to Cao,pground s- S]] No doignalul umpsitns. Best suited for tents and pic-npcampers. This is loeatcd at the foot of the5anta Rosa Dfoanulns. Explom Cada Cnnyon. Pump Itin Pac3. and other geoloplcal fonnadons'. 17 Palnms Oass: Foufs Puint, whic' ever lades Ihe Bovet. Badlsnds and beyond; leep ro . Blair V alley Pdmo - r rmp, evt of Iulian off S2 no B1...-.. Road. Nn de[- .I r.altem...i e LlttLe Pass Pr'mrtae e. Little Blnr Val- I B o ,e II major rnle in th h F C d Stage, the JacLne . . -I. Southsm Lmige rentTr.~lofi dtopassthmueh this m T li t lss a a feu mJ dn', soyl frv~ s. d . :lee~me Sta11 - tinCo!mrl.tr5i ._.~.IOSOUNOn52. Borrep^ Vnlm Can.uit lampgrnund, Tlck- etm- m ef ap~sn Spdna. ui D, .•65~e s,54Per gr, .... 3ea wLh em~ nook.up. SS InP toa+nc=__q
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_.Your nome can be d..eim and intimate extetijon ofyour pefwneJiv and raste _. from concepl :o completion. I hace 25 year, top lecel lntenor de-,ign esper:ance to make it so_ Paul Kaye nteriors int ~.,.ino.l.a.' . yr' 990 L705 LOOK UP- THERE'S A BETTER WAY- CHARTER YOUR OWN! No walling Ilres__no bayyaye delays_. . r becMin. Just step tom yoo car into a mc0orn busso - -'pr Dus or plea e_ Gun ell Aviminn ofleR y0u I-ent tansponanon~ arc to desdnalions m= a~n ~ns eon'I e.Wer cae.24honrs acaylonvyoutore0lyon pholce. on ~ vr sphedme_ whats morey oun can leaarn to ay as you enloy Oer cocmry clnn a:mOSpnere m the s:y. Aircraft approved to fly into Paie Oellfornle and the Mexican Mainland. Fm mor_ Inlormation,comacf. Gunnel/ Avrffiioq Inc. 3000AUportAvenue Sante Monlva. Lbll'omle 90<03 re'epnnne(213)39r-6366 iHOme ot Ne "F'y FOrvWnarers' ) Dntchmnq 24 mi. SW of German o .Slamo Mountain Rd 8 RV'tent sites. No fm. No RV limit. No water. pit toilets. Of i_.. vu. Tw_.i Pines c , md.• Hal[ )foon, 12 mi. 5 of Rne Spings, 9 RV/ICnt sites, No fee. RV limit; 22 feet. Pittoilen, no drinking water. Sotzccessible during wet weather. Of iuterese bike riding, hunoing, Slonehoose Trall_ Hardluck, 8 mi SE of Gorman off inter- state 5. 4 RV/tent sitcs. No fee. No RV limit Pit toilets, no drinking watcr. Musr v Piru Creekt0 aaeh czmpground. Ditt road. Not a siblc durine_ wet wcathcr. Of interest:cs ming, fishing, goldpan- e, bike ridinrt, hiking, hunting. No othcr vnps in ar a. Buck Crsek Trail (feot or horseback only). Howard Creek 18 mi. N of Ojai ol[ Huy. 33. 4 tent si (no RVS). No fee. Cttek water, pit loileq 4 stovcs, fl mhles. Of in- teresu fishing. camping, picnic are , uew. Kfogs Canrp, 9 mi, SW Of Gorman o Hu2ry Canyon Rd_ 7 RV/tent sites. No f_. RV IimiC no hetlers. Spdng water, pit toilets, 6 sloves and tables.Of interest: bike riding hiking. Lion Canyon. 13 m. NE of Wheeler Springs off Hwv. 33. 36 RV/tent sitcg 5 rniler spars. 51. RV IImSr. 16 feet. Piped er (tvrned oR doring winter), pit tollets, 16 smves and mbles.Of interesL swimrtdng, fishing. Lockwood Creek. 14 ni. SW of Prazler Park off Lockwood Valley Rd. 3 tent sites (no RVS1. Fo fee. No water snpply, pit toile's_ 5 stavcs and tables. Of interest: iing, hiking. Matilijz, 7 mi. N of O/ai OR Huy. 33. Opeu Nov. 15-Spae 30, 5 tent slRS (no RVS). No fec. Creck wntera pit teilets, 3 stoves. Of intemst't fishisg, swimming. Tmil camp 3 mlles from end of a 5-nsile spur. M.Gilf, 11 n i. W of Praz/er Park on Mt. Pinns Rit Open May 15-0cr. ]1. 63 RV/ tent siuee. $2. R V limit: 16 fect. Plped water, pit oilet. Of inletesl: r Mt. Pin Condor Ohmrverion Polo6 Chula Vista picnic area nearby, hiking, group camp by , vutlnn. Nliddle Lion, 12 mi, NE Of W heeler Springs oR Hw¢ 33_ 10 RV/tcnt sires_ No &e. RV limft: 16 fee:. No ddnking wxter, pit t011cts. Ofinteres[ fishing,s ing,hiklne. ML Finus, 14 mi, W of Frzzier Park Oa S1t. Pinos Rd. 19 RViant sites. 52. RV IhniC 16 feet Piped wat¢, pit toilett Of interesC McGill campground, Condor Ob- servatlon Po1cS Chuls Vista picnm area, hik"n g. Nlunetta, 7 mC N Of Ojai o1P Hwy_ 33_ Open 5oc_ IS-lune 30. 5 tent sltes (no RV'z). No icu Creek w:ner, pit toilets. 5 . c Olintetest s ivg.fishing.Trail cmp Is_ miy from 5~m~az sPOr. Pinu 1fountain, 26 mi. N of Wheeler Spnngs oE Hwy. 33_ 6RV/tcnt si es (no u - ailers). No Pee. o supPlyA pit tdlex 6 stoves, mhls Of interest: hiking. Fine SprinSS, IS mi. W of Fraaieu Park off
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WALT HOFFMAN11 AM-8:00 PM alternates with newsman 8eaoh Ro€ers an anchorman onKNX . Newsradlo weekdays frem 11=0C Arl to 3:00 PM, blenc/ng themany world, national, reglonal ard local news stones to fcrm a comprehensive, cohesive presentafion of the news Southern Californi2ns have learned to ~~ depend on. Such local KNX features as Jere Lalyd and tre award-winnin¢ Business News, Denis Bracken with his Voice ~ ot'hePeoFeandCltlzenoftheWesk~eports Err`erta'mnentNe dthHarkGrent,Actia.Re orterreGOrt fron8ever'.y III An Lee (M W F) Cor ' ner Reports vh ackye SFac (T Th and rrc results and s tch calls fron major South~rn Cal fo n a hacks, Fl hl' ht the KNX cove~age. Add to tti - ~ 'tanl orvthescene report `rom KNX repcrters'n the ~ field. CBS News On The Hour reports and Spcchu-i, arnC you have the rrost Impressive erraY of radlo news broadoasting In Western America. Walt Hoffman, a native of 6cffalo, New York; graduated from the University of Wisconsin where he ~ received both his B A and Vasters cegrees. More important, this is where he began his broadcasting career. H-s fine I voice enabled hlm to narrate Innunerable educatlonal anb Industnal films and he also taugzt radio news. During World War II Hoffrrar was a B-I] navigator and became a orlsoner of war in Germany for a short whlleafter being shot down ~ near B rlln during his 3vnd combat m s'or. He came to Los Angeles in 1956 and worked forseverai mzlo ad and TV statio s before jcin ng KNX in 1968. The Van Nuy resdent is a member of the Greater Los Angeles P ess Club and the Radio Televlsioi News Assoclat on. ExF rt new rrer such as Walt Hoffman help make KNX Newsradio th nevs leader in Southern Calfcrnia. WALT HOFFMAN M1D DAY NEWS 17.00 AM-3:00 PM KIT%ICBS Newsradio 1070 KNX ._
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441IY IIOES FINE FUNNI'ITHC HAVE TO COST SO NIICH? I\ TIA & CIE 117.11 San Vicente BIvd.4Vest Los Angelesi(219)828-9900 / All single records always $399or less! thinps h. -. Ther. ,. alhum. 1-s Eiq On;s -a i n t -f new tuncs I old I .ll I and u:.dp "L. .. There izilrv V~.ine-lime tL. .I: . thlx m,mh (AUCUSt g. T:ar ... J. But nlmt of all, there Is Buan~him- self, Afier a lull decad= nf pcrsonal problems (chemlcal, en . mnnl gined) w-hich mde hima rccluse and a and limited hscontribn-. tion to the band to a hit-und-miss (mostly miss) ztamc he appaars once gai n primed to ta4e the creati,e helnt. Brlan, the erretie ¢cnius, is. thcn. what Ihis cntire hiuinesc of ihc °mmrd"of Ibe Beach BoyS hinces upnn. "Brian Wllson is thc Beuch Boca" mid IJennh Wikaa a/cn Imerview in 6mvdaddsmae c"IIe Is he band.lVc'rc his me<een- gea- He is all of it .. P '1'he pnor ¢uy and his monumentnl prob- lems hzve been Lvrinen aboat so much, his life sa dixeecled and laid open for the curions, it seems useless to rehash it all. Briefly: lie was ii¢t 19 when the first hit, "Snrfir," made in 1961. and for the next fi e ycars he [ererishly mrned out hit a8cr hit alhum. always vrnining for more and hetter- Sametim- in )963 it all tn to come zpart. In 1965 he stoppe4 tonring I When it's music you need, you can believe in us... we're Music Plus! • STUDIO CITY • MONTEREY PARK LONG REACH • HERMOSA BEACH • ORANGE • SHERMAN OAKS • HOLLYWOOD PASADENA • GLENDALE • THOUSAND OAKS•AZUSA/GLENDORA• WESiMINSTER Darteen Werner-Smith Coametic Arta and SerWCes ~ ~ DANCE DAIVCE DANCE 'Ihm your next ~¢y Pnto a dis~ pi.. • Facials • Fine Skin Care Protlucts • Camective Skin Treatments • Leg89onyWaxing . Eyebrow Sryling • Semi-PermanentEyelashes • Lasn & Brow Dyeing • MakeUp Lessons • MakeUp • Manioures~F241cnres Catl the DISCO PARTY DJ Lhe mbalk cate,em. (213) 347 3954, . ntcbeir- a,.u 186 Lo50NGELEs
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Seethe Experts Airomar Travel 1415S . LaGenega LcsHngebs,Calibrnm 90035 6555114 6W tio?0 ~ " W K ~ ~ CLUBMEDITERRANEEHAWAII, ~ ~ IN ADDITION TO LEAVING ~ ~ YOURTROUBIESHCNIE,LEAVE I 1 YOURMONEYHOME. f r PAl3IER 59955.SepulveJaBlv0.~29'. ~ ~ TRa.vEL ~ 391v8204iorB47-aog2 ~ ' Pless¢ ien[ me Inlonmai0n on ' CI,bLSOVaaaoonnllagss ~ ame ~ ~4ddtess -. ~ ~ Ci;y ~State ZiP ~ LCLUB MEDITERRANEEJ the hill fmm James Hause, where streets in tcrmaes above Port Townzend l ' „ ' ~- I I gifts t S Francl o. T d bot t ,th shphdto p n toP tT ' df p d for kindnes estended. the captain plantedoncaee in Port Townsend. (The other Is still In San Franciscui Golden Gate Park.) And surprise follows surprise dvr- Ing any walk around lown. The Her- ben[ Fante. Beecher Home w s indeed built originally for the son of Henry Ward Beecher and nephew of Harriet Beecher Stowe. The city jail's claim to fame is that J:mk London once occupied cell for two nights. The Cyrus F. Clapp Buildiag, n n aR gallery and book- stare, bega~life as x saloon in 1885. St. Paul's Episcopal Church, built in 1865 - the oldest in the Olympia dlocese-has a shiuinq red door that would have heen good fou buslcexs down an the old water- front. The old Scendlnavian church is noa vred by the Key City Players theater gmup. Historic Fort WoNen is the ceo- ter of Centrum Foundatlon s year-round pcrfarmzeccs and workshnps in all the ans. And the 19th-cee0.ny hame beside the bell tower on the hill displays a gentle notice to prospective trespassers: "Our dog doesn't bite hard." None of this was preparation for the Farm House, or for porothy and John Ashby Conway. 1he Farm Hmr.e,n the beginning w yust that; Its center section was built in 1850. Dorothy's personal art form, besldes helping to rnn the Farm reslde t, e la.ner House.r BrzCa[ Sulr ST[:BBEM1 BARNSBY DEH`iER BAKER .. PCTCHLEP TRIUMPH RRP HALL I EL DONIAN HAMPION BR[TTANY HERMES CRGMP VOGEL aCbe 'Tart Trunk tiourme[ CUOrCing I 6yAbhe Hhlein i 6 Clasxs $100 10 Smdeats loat Ca11, 278-9880-1 ,~tiO ~`Ys ~Q, p ~~~ ,O~ ~ ~ G Phone 858-9318 F e:zD w. ml m st. Los Ange les, Galif-90048 Perlod Furnlture Ola • Glass - Collectibles - Arl ? 1 :1 -. 7n ?r7.iuI ~ ~f `lu.."-~ I s ~ ras F.. _e.e.9u9a9-aao / ^r _
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therc's xomc kind of formula tn deslroy ie likewlse a blend of donrntenlal fuct ou'll bc ablcto givc up ks almeclher Ihe 'ad skilitulle conccired su+pcnseful Gc- and x+vc moncy hy rca''_ pcoplc. The No Ic. ttchnl url •Iv Ls Ir~ln f. . TI-z time th. s the Vof F Ilow n_ . SI w'e AI,ht kD.11 SIJ~' lu I to ' \I-n¢mrlA 1 Gtc ~-= Ilch ¢ poe.'h I hLl Jrk Ch nvllJtr-gRWIL .N bI o- . :covers I p. 1 n with q red d 1 IIly th se 5I00,000 1 th .' g: : ries of Perhaps the mo-t : o Iti lua- : F Ptit ent II I'-p c- isndvenmres as x soa of man ef the see ould make weuld he to thb t re ho k g d far yaz g d qently world_ As one critic poiuted out, Nigho- through The Relaxation Respunse bY omeniplatmg-and certainly indige- nrk is not the masuerwork weve all Herbert Benson, M.D. (Avore $( 95). n us to srmny Southern CoL The hcok been waitlvg lor fmnt Shaw; still, it is Especially if You're one of those who is called Orange Crate Art by Iohn good entertainment to while awav a long happencd to read WlnningThrargh 1nr1- Salkin ond Laurie Gordnn I Warner ', 'e A d'th. -d t hich pp d' pep b ek Books s6 95)-Its Inr loe tpaper su oales-e loyable but good deal I)th'sd imme d tr l Ity back, with brilliant t rp d t s of man re plausiblo bec e of thc r basis in Ih h II'sh he t ash And while e e Ihme r hl ' h d and lu ,f I labels that Instorical fact, are two cr,¢king good handling the mind, all of you est-holes packers used to slap no shipments of novets, The Fagle }3as l.anded and the who are imeresled in whm hzs m be the cians fruh. Great Train Robhery, both of which tenth or so paperback publahed about If you say yeu're up to do'mg morc lake place in Great Brilain. bnt in difier- The Trulning will want to oheck out wilh yonrself this month thon just read- mt cenmrie.c The lauec which has been Adelaide Bry's esF 60 Hours ThatTrans- a, but need someth'mg inspiring to get aund in papevback for some weeks furm Yuur Lf (A 51,9-) Al y. ¢ th yon might ,t to (Bantam $1 95) is YLch I C ichtons thounh not as c nd d as t,' co ider nitty . eries of books on b illiant fictionolizanen of an geniota as Roberl A. Ha s est: ni k g srdev p bfshcd by th O th Divf- cold heist which inay have mken place Life Work (Dell, FI 9_ ) which hit t e s on of Ch 'on OlI. Th are not the du6ng the mid-19th century- (Crichton stands in lunee this is the onc that Wer- n-pe you might expecp but very nsef :I provides a running histoficnl gloss to nerlikes. Soob'onvarionsaspectsofhamegarden- boisteraplotthatsimuhaneooslysmacks Oh, yes. we sheuld also mention ,o_, with titles such as {Vealherwise ofbothnuthenl[dtyandpureinvention.) PeupleReadingbyErnestG.BCiornnd Gurdeniug,TheFnclsoFLightandWhen If you rexd no elher book this summer Eva2s G. vatens (Womcr. SI 95)_ If the Good Cook Gardens. Each sells for for the purpose of sheer escape, make ou can get Inm this tripf which Is uil 53.93. and they are aveilable at leading sure you read this one. The Gag1e Ham about interprcung nlhcr peopleS words, nprserics as wetl as many bookstores Lrv,ded by Jack Higgins (Banram, $1.95) ge-stures, dres and tone of voice, maybe and newsstands-  HOP ON PILLOWED FURNITURE & CREATIONS LTD.
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STOUT-HEARTED tJACATIONS i.l te Ercnch accen[ wdvc h,td zoma uup Ihn[ wem ekin L siny iu :he R__ . Sca. Another scoshed for a mre bntmr- , Ily in Afrlca. Thm wa.a a hit strnnBe." Ad- r.-:mrdand primarily, arganizcs phom- raphlc safaris to nny Fart of Afca.. I ~ " +upplging Ihe vehlcles, meaLs, lodgirz I mps, guidcs,benrers-everythingat about $150 per person per day. And mere nrc other trwel ageva who cater to the Imuvval- The White W'ater W'llderness peoplewill takeyou hundret4 nt miles alonq the Colomda River on a raft (Bo.c 110'/56. bfaah Cluh)- Earth % Explurers oF Chicago will ship you ;mt aWUt vnvplace.including Bornw for a I hlkc through the juneles. or Ncpxl for tmtain climbing (Box 3803. I-T. i b~60 Sendbmg Terrace, Chicsgo, IIIi- - is 6061D). Or. if a sea cruise is what ~ n had in mind, Harian Publications ~rtnts a guide listiv@ freighters with ~ Iarge xraterooms, private baths, good I'ond -all for a reasonable price (476 ~ \vnlnut Dr., Greenlmvn, Long Island, ~ T"cw York I1]a0). For not so reasonable a rate, you can eailalonStheeoaslsofWashington.Bril- Rh Colum6'm and Alaekz in a 45-foot I .eb°°°er The company y°t' pa'' evaPn IN SEARCN OF PEAK E1IPERIENCE h~s a snvppy preay namc. NieboBon f ~ the Pacific Northwest (1601 Granvllle ~ Sc. bvncomcr British Colt mbia. Cnn- f bfiZED2B3)- I Your Pal, the Sierra Club lf it could Scr hold of a rocket and somc organic fneL the Sierra Club (380-0ZR]) would probably offer charter expeditions :n the moon. As it is. it limits its foray- ng to lerra firma. Every year, the club publlshes a guide bsting hundreds oF oddball vscations, both distant and local. ror imtance v can take a burro ride ss Death Val ev and d'sappear into the s indinG m unta'ns. Or spend t d,o- ring Afr ca on horseback, a week nn , ]and-Rover pholograph gbi$ game. n - Or perhaps you'd like to explore the vsterious Trisull-Gatlang Valleys of Nepal on the back of an elephant, stay in rnra- t hut in the ufddleef the Swiss Alps or wali across a Gaffipagos Island st to check out volcano rum- bf gsaA rend if you picture you¢elf as a Lawrerse of Arabia type., try the Hoggar Mountzm Camel Caravan tn Southern A'acr a and a campor t with the famous tr'bc of blue people. the Taurareps. (Yes thcy rc ~aually hine lust 1 ke Grover m Sesmr e Slree0 The Wilderness Society, a nonprofit xmlon, also fisls 70 outNSS i Amenez (4'_60 E. Evans Aae., Deaver O .I t b-I Ap I L re G a d t r- ,L I CI 'aar and lan GI t.?cd to tuge their ow B enten f: ~celeb ~ - by cllmh'ng m b(ount W'hltney, tlte hlBhes peak in the . snml GnLed Stata. Thc,~ e:rve themselves a mune-the Inaepi' TripP-n-and set luve I-", Flvir Day, a, Ihcly dEnblu¢ dvtc. One miaht hnve espected three pretn . en to nmc hit upon a less hazardous wey to hanor the naGoA. "~~nbirthday. Af2r all, they wercit en pmfessiorul hlkers. But thel r r~ Celr rights poring D.er hlking man- III eodthcirdeyshunflngforthe ulpr, . e.Thcyallsloppcddrinking aIwhoL I t,~i of them stopped sr . 1 I j._ _ milea m- un the bcech, and I..I I h _ incd for thc Olvnt- p a fles tet ' Sxtepp, oleo _ . s.lan moktat _ . nrine upand?-i - rellaswu :Ihe u LLarheahhdcb- nmenr. I .. miharlo- a,v= ;.memon oneoft . _. ~ which boweu , ,:ilRthPark itheiroli b R-I~n't.. clim6ferPUbli dtY"sa: .<~n.ebelwehgnredthntnsmn_.- i ncQdnp.why not pnbl:_i... - 6,erymiag in this mwn der:..ce ~.. .-- k. u. sr us aod to C. ,. scd:' ~ ButlfL:e»omenrotsumemilelgeeut-`-`:'-- .[he cripPle:' .~Fildrr" nd adults of I . I`. 'nn ds N dlheir- iduach.nltlt ... I r I . ~fYte ) e e~h ` `l t yel . end then n.d .. . . I ~ _-.... . .rbs eepen t i,e. , i .. I _i ~ - v WMn_y ethrc ... ..... I . nthon. - d t n - _1. m r1t. r ~- their onlv rtOnLLf rh:. I 4r . . I -h~Inu.-i tt diva out pl au -:r f. 2 hege 6, ..ttennml I1vAndSep:. rl7 •stle U nih<a . :tu'r.uch for a sunkcn ship left by seulcrs who >allc[ up along the mtul Lom bfuxico. -Efiraheth Coleman I
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...... J in scicncc" said Pcrc Guuillu. ~' ent of he California Socieq~ for osl theExplorntinn of the Unexplained ICSEU). "Bm wo are also inte... etl in rhosewho arejast enlhn.iastic m help us h o reanlzcd. sv_stcniatic pnrmit of cviJCnee." The CSLU, based in Huntingon Beach, will be leaving shortly for he -_.cude Motm[alns ot southcrn Oreaon vch for the croature. Guttillz em- phosized. howe,eq that Ihls party is . entific in nature and discouraged po- lant*al flakes from tying up the phoncs. Call (]I1) 536-5895. Big Times in Baja In.I a aWe's mrow away s Baja, where explnre thm~cands of miles of eclurled c c deserl, beaehes and u- chaaed Itshing areos. Upcoming is the Grand Intentatlonul Deep Sea Fishing Contest in Guayms regist ration i at the \litammHotelon ]oly 8. And if votlre inleasred i riding the famous Baja 1000 off-the-road course for dune b"les or motorrycles, mOsr cycle shops caa assistwithtips. The Ice Ship Cometh -We So where no otha shfp ea snid Terry Thompson of the Lind6lad Travel Company (685-0655). "We ga to the Vaskov watenvays around Sfberia,the islands of Bali, Cape Town, Antarctica :' Tha Liadbind Ernlmer, 250 feet long and capable of eerrying 90 passen- stheonly passenger-shlpicebreaker 1. the wndd- Every Anlaslic s (our winMr). Ihc Esplarer ntakes four - es to the South Pole to vislt the ice fioes, penguins and mtemetional ice smtions. The three-week c s casts 9150 a day per person. The su rcmperzmre in Antarctica is a pleasant i0 decrees in the daelim and consider- ¢hly colder at night~ Fou'II he walking around on the ice, too, so better hring a >weater. My Kingdom for a Morse The Forest Service (55] -0050) is the pluce m check abou[ eque rlan trailx- I R'itla the proper mps andseyuipmenC ~ tkers nolhing to stop you from riding to Alaskz, Yunlan or New York. j Since I9}0. the Ranchero Visitadores group has been takine a weekly ride in the back hills of Santa Barbara and Santa Ycu Vallev. A long c of 500 horsemen can be scen sllhouetted a4alnst dx xlGng sun on tne rolling hi0s. But embmship is clased and through imi- taHon only. Open, however, is the 12,1, Annual HunSarian Ridiug Tour and the Fenva Saddle Safari ('-ILD 44th Sr NW, lvashington, D C. 20007, for bath)- Nso, check UC Gx¢nsion at Davis (916- ]s'--0N80) for it_< horse amd wihietness classes -  MOBILING UPWARD IN A RV By Ivor Davis JmnerEroims: ,,cKVW nmtorpalacei.vasecondhome, which he plans to rcd_ .oC...;t rrrrh hirn an lacurion jar hi.r rzew flLn The Car_ Hfs eusrowizcd mmm Amne eumner v=(Ji deeP cnrpers. ro oodVaneGng, au reo rMmIShoul and conrtormble stueping aceomnIoda¢onrJar Jmo- Motor homes go from the T-shirt to the Tiffany set Not so long ago, no vacatlonev wlth any prer.nsions ta sophtsmatlon, real or im¢gined, would have been caught dead in a - pardon the espression - ampcn Sni3/y Hicksuille Campers we all koew, were drivea by your ¢rc~er}pa1 Aretrle BunAer type in his grabby under- shirt and Buaweaer st ~ n _ _ neer aongrme naa -n[~~rpny~~ smothered in patriotic bumper s..- So much for smbbish prsconceptic Taday's camqcr frcak - or RV-a, in thejnrson - could b a r L '.Panl Nc.amaq scckingan with Ihrce dars beard growth and lp- a SI5,000 wagon. Gr one of the conntry s top mnsi- aal arr¢ngea en roure with his fimilv to ziazzfcsovalup north,cnj0ying ¢ourmet dfnners alone thc way. Or he acraspecc wim his ernnon.ncher wifa znon6 eommonion with namre-bnr whh hot and <rold mvnin_e watcr and a filct inlhe Prxcrcr- Ycs t e blue-cullar c awd Is heino musded out by the Upward Mohitlry set whdsc dlsco.ered a few s mple lruthr c¢mpers are more econom eal. Ihcy _i.c - son reater freedom, and the food on board surc beats Howard tohnson's. Companics who make he motor homes and the clabom¢ trallea are ex- perie s mc grcn est boom in their .ften rnller-cunsler hismtv. And - rs the impact felt or se more 11 ., . in So-.nhern C'a9for¢la, where it -. sseemrthmevm'yothervehlcle on~' -nfic Coast Highwnv ar the San Bernardino Freeway-h~ded for the unmins--is a Tioaa o a Winne- Iraco. Alreadv 5 milllon Amricaus -o their rehYCles-and millions more u thcm hat two v ago the bottom had virtmllv f¢llen outaof the RV market vv'im the gae„line e and motnr homes actfine about ciaht miles to the ealLOn, having a camper was like being the ptvud o r of an Edzel. But the turn arnund hzv been ro dramwic that Eldcn Smin, v c presidem of River- slde-based Flcetwand Enterprises, Inc., the lar¢est manufacturcr of nallers and motor homes in the wodd, happily r poro sacs of S'_50 million rhis yeor
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~F__ DWN TO BAJA OM THE TRAIL OFTHEWAH00 i If you'd like to tangle with a 250- basetobigyellowfintuna,wahoo,marlin pound yellowRn, land a]5-pound wahoo and shark. In recent years several world- or fight a 35-pound yellowlail on 12- r cord fish have come from this area, i pound test line, then you are ready for including the current recerd holder, a one of the long-range fvbing trips oper- 309-pound yellowfin caught by Gene i ating out of San Diego. And if you've Tolson after a forlr-hour battle at San I never been down as far as the Revilla- Ba,ed'cto Island. In addition, rainbow gigedo group of isiands-Socorro, San n y amberjack, groupers. and a Benedicto, Roca Partida and Clarion- variety of other semltropical fish abound i some 1,100 miles below the border, it's in the area. The I'1- to 16-day trips are time you qualified in fishing-0'aternity theultimatechalleageforanyonewishing argot as a"Baja aficionado." to tangle with a world-record yellowfin. Long-range fishing trips became papo- I~ ]ar only 30 years ago. In retrospect, Arewomenwelcomennthesetrlps'Em- ' those early vessels were slow, cramped phatically yes, and they are just r1 avid I and lacking in almost ail creature com- fisher-folk as the men.TheRoywtPo/oris forts. Since the 1940s, as word spread advertised a"couples only" trip last year, from angler to angler and the vessels and the response was so great that they grew largeq faster and more luxurioos, sold oot an additional two trips. Pov the thespor[-fishingindus[ryhasgrowntothe coming season there are three °couples point where today Ihere is a Heet of eight only" trips planned. new boats for these six- to 16-day trips. Food'? All you want and excellently The primary area for shorter trips is varied. Lunches are generally light, ~ that of Cedros and San Beoitos islands, but the dinner menus range from chops 300 miles bNOw the border. Tagging androaststusteakandlobster,inseason: experimenrs by tne state Department Ali boats carry a abundance of fresh of Fish and Game have shown that Guit Soft drinks and beer are put on the I vast concentrations of fighting yellow- pauengers'tabs,andcigarettesandliquor tafl.habitually winter around these is- are available from sca stores at prices I lands and migrate northward with the far helow those ashore. The length of warming waters in early s9ring. They the trip determines the total cost; most vary from 18 to 20 pounds, znd 35- to boats charge from $50 to $60 per day, 40-pounJers aren't uncommon. On light Rese vations, with a deposit, a e a tackle they provide angling at its bcst. must, for many trips are sold out well in The six- and seven-day trips venture advance. A call or letter to any of the down as far as Turtle Bay, Asuneibn landings will bring brochures aod s<hed- Island and Hippolito Bay, sn additional ules The big four, ail operating out of 100 miles below Cedros Island. In addi- San Diego, are: Fisherman's Landing, ~ tion to yellowtail, this area provides 2S3S Garrison St.. (714) 222-0391; grouper, pargo, giant black sea bsss eud H& M Landing 2803 Emerson Se, an oecasional flurry of white sea bass (714) 222-1144; Point f.nma Sporlfish- of up to 50 pounds. ing, (714) 223-1627; and Lee Palm§ I Theelghbtoten-daytripsereusually SportRShing, 10224 San Carlos Ave., I more productive because they can ex- South Gatq (213) 566-7616. ~, tend their range down to Magdalena There B no "best tfine" for long-range . Bay, 630 miles from the border As one trips. Currenu change, schools of fishgces further south, water temperatures move, moon phases alter, and winds Increase, ytelding svbtrepical fish ihat blow, batwitnalthe skippers manayz lo . seldom venture into the colder waten of find the fish. mid-9aja.wahoo, highly desirable and What aoes nne do with all the fish spectaculzrjumpersandfighters,bcginto caught?Manyafishermansimplypiaces make their appearance around Thetis the fish in the bed of a picknp or station Bank, just northwest of Cxbo San f.a- wagon, c u rs them with i<e and drives o. They average about 40 pound. home wfilet and Ireexe them at his with an occasional 60- or ]5-pounder leisore. Olhecs have their fish fileted at . taking hook- An incredible 101-pound dockside; a market provNes this se wahoo was decked by one of the boats . e at a nominxl cost per pound. And in7eouaryo aoglerswllltradetheirfishforesns -Che 13- to 16-day n(ps open up an of ihe same variety at a cost of 30 to 40 entirely new vista: the Aev0lagigcdos, aeotspercnn.(Tmcksfromihecannerfes These islands are some 220 to 400 miles meet all incoming tang-range boatSJ south-southwess of Cabo Sxn Lvevs, the Boses of 6 to 12 cans aLso mnke wondee i tip of Baja Californis, and are home ful gifts. -MexRaehelis STOUT-HEARTED VACATIONS Colorado 50222). The Ameriean Ricer iouring Assoclatiuq hxJyuurtered in Oakland. is the place to check abow rid- In¢ Ihe rapids on the river of your choice; coll (415) 465-9355 Now 7hat's Really Roughing It Outward Raund is the most famous sur- ival sehool in the world. It teaches thonsands of pcopic yearly how to suc vive in the wilderness, conquer moum tains, stay afioat in thc middle of the ocean or cover a parched desert on foot. The three closest schools ure in Santa Fe. New \Sexico: Eugene. Oregon; and Denveq Calorado. Cosrs for thc 23c1ay coaaes run fmm $550 to 5650; less for the shorter coorses. The year-rmmd school's only prerequi- slle is that v u have n ious medf- cal problems~ necessnrysbecaxse rhe cavcse ends wlth a three-day solo trek in the wilds all by your lunesome. (Write 945 Pennsylvamn Denoe¢ Calorada 30103.) Ponnerurvival butt who doesiPt wan: to leave the Lq. area, lackson Bates Is the m n:o scc Bates runs a s vival- schooi/mouniwnslimbin, s shopin New- haTl and r s this wilderness training in unique rehabilitation program with /ue nile dernqnents- Bnt Barns' c aren't for tenderfeeL They indudc unmlq dcscrt and water ssuvivzl. a d. ao,ording to Bates, "lots of jogging. welghl training,md body buildin_e." Call (e0.5) 255-9154. My, W hat a Big Foot You Have... Wcn catch RigfnoL ~he legendary wded giant ce e that stalks the oo wilds of the Yacivc Nonhwest?'°N'ere looking for peoplo wilh snme back- 1EU rosnrvcaes
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Ventnel F I, ' rT. - lmmp ut 2040 RRACHES Cormnterin Camper Park, _011. t,..... t, s~.al U,.a.ca exit Ad .. In H m o Yorth l r Real. 95 R1 -s ith elcc[r~c, wulcc a vnec hook-ups- $5 for 2 pcopia ev¢a pea n 75n No ¢nteitest oc- pu.it requfred. RV IimiL 33' t. Showens. ral a, v. lu¢.ndl'y- Of inmmst. pool. Cutplnteria SLdv Bencq rED51631-28L. on somh '.-ofComlo,enn alf H.,y. IDL 101 ,~. .. - cnfde SL lil RV si . - and se~..uye hoaknF' -ta4di 6onal s lau RV tpnr ,. , Im a sshh hook maL RV Ilml:- biJ feel. Resn mp ~ ,. orw. res, _ ailable- Of ~ .s zefisMnv.~skin dic' Rtse[ mqci2d duriny svmmer. Pop r(ar cench. ~ Eomu S{aod State Bench, t8(i) 643544?; L NW of venmrn off Hl.y- mL t7D 2V~^.ent s e Y'-. e ehicle $1. RV mir a feet. Chcml~mlea.tnnkvaer. a- tidepo0l and Of in t: ruhi2. _ hira l.,c~ning. Fnrin Beach Park, 'S]-T]11. Ext. J._11 _ iFCnnet ~Cola - .dl`. - - 1- an Harl0 4.'.-'30 farNp,wPZi-.--tof.._rFo ms RV Fook-upz. RV lior le..~ I. . soncs.Ofi es[]- &t._ ,id Hobson Beuch Park. '305) 4-. E~. 322 7 o i. N W of'v n.n a lu.. ' ' `5 RV. No RV hooS0 Oc¢~i to April 30. $3 the eu of the yea RV limi[ 30 feet. Redrooms, shmscrs. Of inrer C.Linv. Leo l-arrillo State Bech, f21]) 4S/2795. 26 mi- NW of Santa AlOnlca on H.vy. 11 t4n RVrtent sbes. 54. RV limtta 31 feet 3¢Grath Stare Beach. (805) 643-i'-9. 6 ^. f Oevrd ar becch. I'rnm 1, vy. I . ,eeles Rd. esh to Hurt.~r B.then m1 N. 174 RVrlents[ta. ' 4. r/ c SI. RV limit: 30 RcC R R n c Of inreveS fshfn4 smm dacs, czlchinv. >InNn Stote Park, -.3) 65:-. - 488-4111- L m a of b..] on I at Bie 9., nor. m_ O W. lf in: N of LeoCarillu Strte B Anza-Borrego Desert Conslsting of nr.rly hnlf a million - the InrgesL slvtc park In the p -tAe Anzu-Bm'rega Uesert i. oneof the mast raselonung a eu open doro's moro to .. ,.. . ..w . qrcon th...~ a.:u m.l.._~ b, f6an a b Nothing can accent your environment more than indoor plants. But choosing those plants requires more than a decorative sense- It requires a knowledge of environmental design, light- ing conditions and a thor- ough working knowledge of indoor plant varieties. Tfie ThaYSwhere Croaf We eccmein . w work in your I11JoOfrplanr home with you Co®pany • < ourdesi ner g ory . That way we make sure you get the best plants to furnish your h,ome, terrace or office. We use everything that grows in a pot. And we go to great lengths to get plants you can-I find anywhere else. Then we maintain your plants and guarantee our work. Marc Lowy, 274-7900 Were The Great Indoor Plant Company. And some of the finest homes in Los Angeles think our name is too modest for the work we do. ~~APf~u9P '16 Wonna Frapf IJS tbe most prnvocorive questlon asked slnce Eve oNered Adam a bue. FRAY is the newest, h........ n import in America and the GAME PEOPLE are the first to bring It to Southecn Californla FRAP Is a swift and sexy Indoor - oatdoor game that can be played by twu or m e et ~M1a beach, the Park, the bad- yzrd, hnt tub, or Gzrden of Eden of your chome. Oa.i t he s uck far n e uhen you hear somethmg soR andlowln your exr that sounde like WANNA FR9F? FRAP FAM£ ts spreading so quldly the first ual FRAF cumpetition has been scheduled for ,lugus,.']6. 11000 waah of cesh. and pnces to be glcen zway. so deniEelay.Sendynurchecqueormoney order tudey.' Caaest Getalls tnduded with each order. Allow tv'o weeks for va~~a9e5 uzsv~u.g.V95 r~ .. rRV Sxlx. sn.9s f r 15 co+C9- L X1. 9=v 16 ,M i SaDF91 FOXNORV DRIV E ~106 eN]9 6JII1C CGLIF....... 41n r.m. R.0de... +dn ex sa.. r,.
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I cct. P'a odetr. no drapking ynler. Ilidln . R,., er.,d. crian, a a .,eantcr. Sn ~.i i., . iw Cre4 I i. q- Coldbrook, 2 mi. S of Big 6car Lake o 'rullp I.one oR Hwy. I8. Tieketron: June 1 In Sept, 11.36 R`- Lnt sites. $3. RV limit: l5 I:et Flush loden~ no water Oct, IAiay I. Dngwood, I mi. h of Rintforest off Hwy. IS. Ticketroo: June IlSept I I-Open tIS-OC I5, 94 R V/![nt sias- 53. R V I'n G 2 fecl. Flush milets. Of inteasc hiking, rc tnil, Falls, 10 mi. SE of Camp Angelur of For. est Home Rd. Open Sfay IAOct. IS. 34 RV: :entsites. $1- RV limib 22 feet. Vuult odets. water aveilable. tablesi emvcs Of mrerv¢ fishing stream. waterfcll h mI. W. Grcen Valley, !h mi. N of Green Valley Lke. Hwy. IS to 2NI3, then N 3 mi, Tick- elran: lune 11-SepLL 11, Open May ISNOV. 1 38 RV/tent sites. $2. RV limiv 22 feet s'aolt IolleG, water evallabie. tables, stovec Gronl Day, h mi- SW of Fawnskin ou S ±hore of BIx Beur Lake ofi SR 18. 23 RV/ ant elas. $3. RV limi[ 15 feet Flmh loil- ets, watc, stoves tables. Kas u's Tnv¢I Trailer Park, {S(A) 824-2811. In ]lolave at 2t21 Nadeau St. 50 RV sites irich hoobups- So tents. $450. A.C. 50, Showers,laun[Iry. \lill Creek, 935 mi. E of 61en[anc on Hwy. 38. 15 RVtent sices. $2. RV limlt: n taile¢ Flush roileK wetec sloves, tebles. Svnilnbk for wlnter travelers. San Gorgonlq 8 mi. E of Camp Angelus on Hwy.38.Tickevon:IUne IISepe Il.trien >/ay IS-Oct. 15. 23 RV, 37 tent il[es. $2 lreservations advised). RV limit: 22 feet- l'vull tollets; n v Nov. I-May 1 I pll eorise plped Pa2r)~ Of inlarfst nettlfe [reil, co .unity fire circles. San Samine Flat, hreer9aee 151o Devore [umolE 5 ml. W to Lytle Creek R4, N 1@ ri, to IN70. then W 5 mi, 6 tent sha. No . Pit toilets. no drinkine water. Ridwe_. Closed during fire soasnn- Permit raluited from Lytle Creek Dis[cc[ Rang<e Poor oada. South Fork, 1 I mi. 6 of Camp Angelus on SR 38. Open May 1-OOC li- 23 RV/teut z. 52. RV limit: 16 feeL Vardt toilet; tables, stoves, wntee Of intems[ fiettin& nan.re trails. STATE Id511wOd (in MC San lac`nm State Park), p14) 659-2604. N edge of Idyllwild on H.cv. 243. 15 RV, 18 tent si s. 54, extra vehicle St. RV lim24 feeL Flush roilet, shor at[endanL Of interesl: .iummer nat~~e .: ptogram. Stone Creek Campgraund (in M[. San !a- t St.n_ Purk), (114) 659-'_60]. 6 mi. 1 . .. -~IpnHwy.2p-59RV/teatshes. . .eFide 51. RV 5mit. 24 feet Pit - ~.[end r' Reservatianseccepicd.Of te/. 1 Mc Snn lacinto Wlldeo- In the rain forests of northern Luzon, something remarkable ! !___,. ' . . ., .... ,.,. 82 . MeLvse Avcnu- Lo T1 11 AImdas-Saur.i)4i030-5 the meeLng place of goorl desian rouo'.monJNUtrr.10-9,so1s main showroom a115250 e. wFlXle bN aoeeeepry slme e1 paEnle WIe mall I
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f 9. $I tn I . I- I SI ht for d PI sh L H k li I 1 L M1 ers .. Tn. tt nJ, .- d t I In C •thnld dl.krt:d ry.a dq te 6ow Wdlow C. rmp qround, (rom S 2 Bow Wllow Campg mun d tumoff .n R " ent with tables and shade ra.i- :2 for 8[Svl forevtravehicle;dogs £IL Waternvail- able. Het springs within driving dietanee. Oc¢anVi¢wHom~ es in Ba'a California :~ froAW: hriakdeon lhe site ef anVUncient Indian wil- lage. Visit Rlornmtain Pnlm Sprin,, InSian ~~ Goree U-wbeel dfi.re) the s ored Vnslm o Stage slntlan. Vlew L e Certlzo Bad- lands from the r¢ger on md y,- nhaul the Ovedand Stage Route. Culp Valley Primitive Camp Area, from S22 Culp Valley tmneff. No desigpated s. Thts is 'he highes[ t3Af r fcol amp- site end will be 1015 degrem _oolal, for mPC¢ Visit Pcnn Spsnd Lcokoue Point for a of rhe - o Valley and nce Solton Sea 41 miL=s way. Part of the Callfornia Riding and Hiking Trail pav-es through hcre. Dos Cabezas Primitive Camp Are, Dos Cabezas Rd-, off 52 for 9 milcg n pdmitive mad. Fo designated c mpsites Best sulted for hnls and pick-up campers. This is a mgged amo with ferp maas and hiking oanyone, The San Diego aad Arizona Eas n Railway trncA. -with z s_ . of luneels and the longest continuousspan of _ rYd wpadeu roilrond trestle in the world n through Carro Gor e. To see the biggest trestle, driveup the gorge, then walk 3 miles. Fish Creek Primitive Camp Area, Split Mountain Road oft Hwy. 78 18 mi. S of Ocotiilo WeJls). No designated cvllp- sites-This is near new1Y ae9nirnd land da,- ignated for ORVS, Of interest are the geo- logical feamrer- fossil bedz, wind cn Sandstone Canyon Qz feet wide, 20ofeet high), and Split Mountain, near which is a stand of elephant trees. Nlonmain Palm Springs Primitive Camp Area, from 52 to Mountzln Palm Springs mo[t. No designated ampsh s- Pmnl SprinS is another c mpsllabont6 mlleg omh of Agun Cal'cnm whem there's uo [ee. This is aod spnt for hlm watnherso . . T11e sights to sce are the same as for Bow W illnw. She¢P Canyon Primlfi.e Camp Area, Di G:ogio Rd, off Palm Canyon Dr. in Bor- rcgo Springs up Coyote Canyon. 4 tent siehts wi:h shade ramada.s and tables. 4 wheel drive vehicles only. This s rugged territory and pac of lhe historic Anza' There are ptimitive hiking and leep tn and the timld bighorn (Eorree_o) sheep. .e endangered species, lives here. T:mlariek Grove Campground (ficketmn), n S3, oR Hwy. 78. 25 RV/tent sites- 5J for B people, St for extra -'~'IC 1 h t 1 1s, shu h de r., .. 's. at- t dnt.Hk g dc:. r Vuq,i Pa.c 13 S of Bo g Spdng, OCEAN VIE W LOTS, au ~nlnm soo fee: ol me I:cacn m eaia Cemorme. are now available to U. SS cilizens. At las Gaviotas, a beautrful resort community just 30 freeway miles soolh cl tne nord2r. Las Gdvio4. is the 11,a1 resldential dnvelopmenl In B3ja to be granted a sales permit by the California D6pzrtmen: of Real Estate- AtsneetonlaciIDiesanaeonaominWmassooationassessmentslsavallable- U.S. TITLE INSURANCE, anutner"Ibsl.'veu will receive tree titleirsurance on ~°, nr lot and you may obtain title insurance an all Improvements. At u.+ Gavielas. A:ovely place of winding flagstone stt6ets and Spanish homes. A $200.00g olpbhouse, wit a gym, tennis. aoc a IarOe ppni and IacuIIi therpvedeek theseaP/ease send foran Illustrated broChure and a de2ileddescripfon of a 30-yuur beneflcial trust INeresc Obtain HUD preparly report from developer eod read II balpre slgning an]tning. HUD neltherapprovesthe merils of the offering nor the va4e, It any, of 'he property .as Gaviotas de Baja California, Mexico feec S.eet pe..'c LA 6 Sen Frnnclana.OH 9U23/ Pnore t<l6) 6'/3Tao2or O1<16444195 oerclous dilemma ' -tbepeigncrwhc? - ellght msing'mhoffowaor- -o bsmme ycurrel• veiouv the subume second nan.rp to women pf rosnio, eaelywtere wno ceme npre v sr_p with us 864 PROSPECT• LA JOLLA CALIFORNIA 92037•(714) 459-4189 i
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tns cast vlnnge xe. on sale expansi ~ I ILU ~ ' The ultlmate in flotation systame, wmimre and . accessories C LIGUIDSLEEPINTERIORS i119MeImaeAVe.,LOSAngele5 • 930-1475 Open ] days:ll am-9 pm daily/5 pm-9 pm Sunday The First Play to Win All Major Critical Awards /NEW ~ NOW THROUGH SEPT,5 Seats at Box Office, MAIL, All Liberty, & Mutual Agencies and Wallichs Musrc City Slores. HUNTINGTON HAWOT oORDTHEA 6RE Scarce/y a city in America ex&ts without at least one.utaurant asplring to Ihe "grande ',c', e ', In Santa enrbaraitis °Irelanc's whe aNe ea/th o/ elegun n its decur is mzlched anly by its dientele "Irelands"has become the gatberin¢ Vlace for the Iamnus, thc knowledgeab/q tlre celebrity, John Ire/anE. aelor by professioq restaurateur by desire, and gourmet by nessity, ha: gi.en his restaurant total sophislicaliun. No steak and labster rautine here. PIANOS • RENTALS SALES • SERVICE HOLLYWOOD PIANO RENTAL COMPANY 1E41N.NyJenL Ndlywuel.491-33i9 I] of IIc dy I- - , t tch emue. M tln vic the P t I..r Iike C ~ I ph, scems moled to the stage, as if ..ehady nollcd _c+n his feet the way Vincenre llinndli kept the peacocks in place vhlle d'mectlne_ the movie verslon. And John Reardon. though possessing the re9uGed vocal strength. is coy and x'himsical Ia a leading role that calls for t and panache. The first actfs nearly an hoor and a half lone, but director Albert Marre (who helmed the original) managev to keep it moving, aided by chnreographer Ethel blartin, who fallows ]vuk Cale's lead in keeping her dancers in line. And, en with its flaws, Klimer servcs as reminder of the happier, healthier days of the muslcal eomedy when mindless gs eznmag:mce w vogue and s were written in hop s of becoming stvn- dards. Not sucM1 a bad idca. The i.ast Mecting of the Knights oP the White Mapaolia takes place in a fleabag hotel room in Bradicyville. Texas, In the '60s, the time in which the plvy is set. therc are 6,000 citizens in Bradleyville nnd, of them. only seven belong to the blannol[a, a white supremacy organlzm uon tlmq we are told, once bnasted thon- ands of brothers natlnnwide The times, theyhavebeen vchangiv', and Preston S. Iones' comedy-drama-a part of his
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European Facial ON THE TURNTABLE Popand Rock eeanCFful Noise, Scll Diamond (Columbta PC-J3965) Diamond's most a- b n ISDUS and confidrnt work yet a cpncept album eclcbratin_ his vmgk o New York's Tin Pan dlloc in the eurly'60s-Is also his most .cded, mature , end nn 1 p b- In the Pock t] e' T I (\0 - 9r HS '1 ~- n I S r B , J ' bat.bttll 'a, h 1tt, II'aII Ih-, t aa'Id good n A[atey )I ch re' and G Id..n Alem.th w mfull ff.ct Tuylo,*s whlmsical appmaeh m saperstnrdomi anomer Passenger. Cady Simon (elept .-/e-La= em pnadr pviththc-possiblcezwptionofYmvTw, Iam- , iheyumofwhether Car1Y is perhaps a bit too content and restmrz on past I-.orels- A Nighton the Towu. Rod S,vart (Warner Brow BS-19i?). Of Gravel Voice • I htaltY b k. t p ro marred 1' b little t r n h."e hn :bc fasl sidz aed an oerl- Ien, s npli.ar ballad _h nta ~, mt der on rhe slaw s d A Kind of Fl-h C' ,t (1SJI SP1 31] }. [h IA the. ~ don t 1 n.uaL h.ue rd Richard c e smoul, Jsk, acohnr'nu nd saaFa. ..'lhut's the Way It Is, Vilsson (RCA, APLI-I I19) - Thc merindulgent onc- '~ hme'9inger's sln_eer' ls back w doine ulbums for ur (rather for 6imself7. BuC ~ teobad-now-hehaaitthecoieeleRfocilo i Smeethe t D'a (R'ar B- - AS . The'zd hearuhmb r rrzd --i- ~ I fulkle ("Abrabam. Tla.ln a td J..hfi ) 0 ~ eptl} from nostel_nN m a s__ ~r lazz/rock: and if most o? it isn'tverrv +.el sure pl...saut to hece amuod- Chicago X, Chicago (Columbin PC-3' `. .'„re thec wme ngain. comF ting : mfnY fsloyabl -. .., .. t'go -.1..'.aneeomn. ~ sal.uged by st _ perc . n atd rel ,t e mi aII e. Spitfi.S lefferson Starship (RCA. RFLI-Ii^) . The reformed Airplaces third~ n fine takeoR and a smooth ftisht. but a emsi' I:mdine as the end of the second ' d i- do - t c l u . S-fY dYl Heb5lpet(A&IvISP1591 Ao,eotth e IAlpens ~ T.,'n dy .d'ttl k t'pl" Alp r ~tohave - h'- u p tb d dh fIhra .ewmrrarofh h oped s]Che,y. . bttwrcorldntproce'Iwuhthiseffarl. I ShowsandSoundtracks Alr Fair Ladr (Columhia. X798). &oadwavs 20th-.vnrlversnrv recieal of the i <I na-f 4 d -m yb h b tElb tl Richard- ams ~ SH sH tla.h.ce. bl}' h t-,.Ic,k '[bl" -the t me~ t usncss d" bl - . Ith li -HOrri norgnsl. Ricb Llun, Poor 31nn. Music from the tclevision productian, nnmpoved by Alex Nath (%ICA 095)-AII omh m d r I t Iauch.-t doift mme near . re <relio_ rccalll _ he so p . rk aas R<IPN. Comedy i lruerieu Is 200 Years Old...and There's Still lfope:, Buh Hopc (Caplto:, ' ~~ ST-I I55N1. This joke- and songathon thron9h Ihe >merirso Revolution w gu~tsmrz like P'nyllls Dilhr Il els v(as elsv RosQ. Arte Jobssoo and Demo nd Wilson~ shoold be un tlte s[sge. And theres one Ieavln_n In teu nfmur,s- Bur, serioua". folks, , . ' Bill Curbv Is Not Aimself`I'hese Dvvs-RutOwq Ret O.m, Rat Own (Cnpiton ST-1I501.4f ~p=to tSt's as dl -ad dmd, t sthedlemcrazch anvze.\V~wur[ed_1 atnwns on..l i e-Icne. CHRISTINE SHAW 9 Her new exclusive pnNotneropeutlc Fcciol Consultarcv Service is rov/ open :n Bevedy Hels. Appo'ntrlents (25a) 27. 7964 CHRIS7INE SMAW 420 N. Camden D Ne. SuAe 210 rc.I -- C, i 95
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Front Row Center. BeupfrontforwhaPSreal~ygoirgcnin lyoj wantstyleandsubsiancehoneservlce- LosAngeles. People, Trends. Pclllics. Lively able readlrg oackage, thers ernly one magaz;ne Arts,andpageaftarpageofcendldtipson 'hatrez'ly=_;.s JI... - asysLOs Dlning.WeekendAdventures,Spcds,Televislon AngelesSt- en . . ~:'nomecellvery andConsumerBervlce L ."n-=ouneed plthemostenterta, u e-uandprovecativs Iolivebelter ioScuthernC..r , 'ia. rsonthiyeverpublisb, nicutharnCallfomie. NAME ADDRE CITV,STarE.z.P ~ 'J'ayrren.eroloscd =BIII rreznn _ aIly
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BUY DIRECT & SAVE to 50% from one of America's leading importers and wholealers of elegant finely finished leathers & suedes. +Ib. .} SUEOEJEANTYPE JACKETS..e29.86 Y TRAVELIn LEATHER 8houldertote bags..529.BB 3 Compartment hand-stltch cases . $39.86 FILMS 'Next Time Altman Want Peace Pipe,You Know Where Put It..: By John Barbour Buftaloed by'Bill and the Indians' Velvet-soft suede blazers. Retail value $125.00 now $59.00 THE BIG BAG in LEATHER 4 Styles from 8razil. . $18.50 h'~e L`'fl~er , arehouse ` •. . . . Valley Warehouse: 7633 Fulton Ave., No. Hollywood.875-2047 (avoid deadends-taRe Wood- man or Coldwater to Saticoy) South Bay Warehouse: 16415 Hawthorne Blvd-,7]2-9126 (2 blocksofi the San Diego Fwy) \IC see heap big movie: Buffalo Bill .~ and the Indians, directed by heap big Mel Brte Woody Allen e Robert Altman, narring heap b!; Yaul ult co nu¢h, most a~ Newm:m. Movie smll like blg heap bad their m~ C~ mc, rh nu ¢ h.s .. i~°p' of a half-dasen huffalo huculls. Robert Altman. who rzood jc r f coad slght yegs ~i end of Nnsln411e, n w have story and a ofa _ s celluloid. In where he nuin beeinning and middle. Brooks' O: -.: Sae.:, ~the oneterrlfic Smra of backstsse at real BnIialo Hill ent w aodc r most foreet N'11 %VC Sh - pp d[ .-h •' how h ' h t of n fl v s cz- reul pneny e enbodv, how klI of rr,.d : en Alex K mched otra Cmter good for show biz and how o horse. Can you ~~ - what a Pobu- common languaec beuveen Icnd. ,1' ~1-`ur--film . ~dd n°~-if most forked mneuc Dialeeue sn be4 i 'f ci'.~d oF..-inousl.~ ould mnke more sene If have f~~ con .+n i m -- ngue. All, indudln3stenoed red n, Welcm v hlhazfdm t Murie. Brooks 'tt wooden thon druevore Indi_n1ec choWd vither rnro-- tv Hr' w ritar Pnul tJCwmian- who pluy Old Bbe or give it to Ndl :_ t, b:. isz whh Fres with Bcaed. Ilke resr of m thic flm, hasad r ~ id- by Ron :wh [th mok Is aI k I-omll 1 r..IJL h nur~-. %I ~ I k I k n ,I. and B: Lc• I - _ -.le . Toe Lin whm Ke.t, . Alt m - not onle the h n fl n ian .ost cr ea- +~ o bar wnere Burt Lanculer five cnrx hvC 1 ' {1dn n .- - drink Pot~..rcr an l r._I how I• fuany fdr.1 16.. , Budalo &,~; pebi Now d_r. lTC mily hv _ omi r t c - Pv tryi ng-.. ng ~I rel ',darcet , rd . . , ;en tY . 1.1 ~ (` mli'~~ t r knlfc- d..cs n etbr l d..a s ,n Rn',: .'nd rLc pmbahly woWd I h - . luu I:kc + the old rt r ~ prinred card: nap uP -- . - v8 tcsnrva3c~
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When You're The Largest Car Telephone Manufacturer In The World, You Should Also Be The Best. Some car telephone manufacturers think their product is an exciting new idea. Well, Systcoms had that same thought-almost two decades ago. In 1958 we ntroduced our first line of car lelephones-And since then we've spent our time refining, improving.g exoanding- Today. as the largest manufacturer of car telephones in the world, we have offices in Los Angeles, San Diego, Sacramento, San Francisco, New York, Vancouver, Montreal, Edmonton a~)d Toronto. In between those cities we have thousands of saisfied customers, negotiating business while they negotiate trafflc. Made possible by a Systcoms car telephoce. Systcoms offes you the whole series of telepFone units that fit anywhere from inside your attache case to under the dash of your cac With 11 channel capability and full automatic operation, a Syetcoms car telephone lets you cad enywhereln the world in z matter of seconds. If you want to save time and make money, write or call Systcoms. We'II tell you everything you want to know about car phones. And we'll show you the fall Ijne of Systcoms, the largest manufacturer of car telephones in the world. We know being the'argest doesn't automatlcally make us the best. Maybe it's just ccincidence. SYSZ'CC1KS _4'E~ COMMUNICATIONS 3121 W.BurbankBlvd- Burbank,Cali1.91505 (213) 949-4636 Village "Penthouse" Health Club , . Complete Gym, Men, Women, Coed,5auna,Jacuai j C LusteTrezlments ~-~ Racquet Bafl Courts Coming ' Llmlted Membeshitt -Pre-enroll now ~~ Reasonable Rates-No Contrccts 1100 Glendon Ave., Westwood 90024 479-6183 JoshuaTree National Monument c ]o+hca Tree t-uponal >lanumeut Ihcrc a ng Wro, g _ •. Ldel of past~clvilizations.t wildllfe, and for- ests of Joshua treu, se e 4n feet tml, but have yoD ever jus stnpped and listened? This is the place. The Ibshua Tree National Ylonumcnl is located two miles south of 29 Palms ulr Route 62 at 74485 Palm Vista Dr., 29 Palms 92277, s Porinformaciou call (714) 367-3444. \AIIONAL PARK SERVICES Belle, ID mi. S of 2? Pelm off Hwy. 62 on the etah Trail. 20 RV/tent r.les. No fee. RV limil'. 26 fece No drinking water, pit toilets campfire urdes. There a ampfirc Vrograms OcL-0tay at the vzaocs eamp- gmnnds. Black Ruck Caoyon, Yh mf- S of Yaccn V alley. 2oD R V/ Ixnl sltes. $2. R V limit: 26 feec Wateq flush tnilets. Cotlonannd Sprrng• 22 n I. E of Indio 0 Intestate 10 lo m ent mmoR, then 7 ml. N. 62 R V/ tent sites. $2 Oct: May. RV limin 26 feen Warcr evnilahle, flush toilcts. - Of mteres[ campiogl picr, : sma Hidden Valley, 14 mi. SE of loshua Tree off Hwy- 62. 62 RV/lent sites. No fee. RV limit: 26 feet- No drlvking wateq plt toilen. O( Inrere9: campfire program. InNan Cove, 4=Fi ml. W of 29 Palms on 29 Palms Hwy,. 241 n i. S on Indian Cove Avenue. 114 Rv/mntsites. 75 RV. No fee. RV limiu 26 feetc No drinking water, pit to/leta- Of ureett campfi re progra , group kacilides Jumbo RockS 13 ml. S of 29 Palnv otf Htry 62. 131 RV/tcnt sites- No fcc RV limit 26 feel. No wnter-pit toilets.Of Inter- - ampfire programa set Ryan, 19Ya ml. SE of Ioshua Tree off Hwy 62-2] RV/tent sites. No fee-RV limlt: 26 feel Vo drinking watir, p1t toilcls. Of at>rest: hiking. This is the only eampgmund in ]oshua TTee which allows horses. SheeP Pass, 21 h mC SE of foshna Tree off Hwy. 62. Tenls anly, 6 sites. No fee, No r, chenul milets. Of interva[ gtoup ampalss by re m mn only. White Tank 13mi. S of 29 Pnlm off Hwy. - 20 RV/xnl sites. No fee. RV limilu 26 teet No drinking x t q pit toilets. CITY OR SPECIAL DISTRICT PARKS Knott Sky Park, (714) 367-"/562. 2 mi. S of rtHwYS sRS, ntsir6witM1 $.-0. RV n , fl h .. Of i erese pa... . n m- ald n n . Yucna Park, pL~">6. I mb W of Yi..i Valley o , n'. entsiles. No lie No R V rim• I o.,•d..m . barbec and able ni6, chemRal Nilelss n warcr. Of inlerese Vdm(tive snrruund vgs. PRIVATE The Roaarunner Traller Ynmge, (714) 363- 641C. 21Q mi N of MomcSO Valley o0 Hwy. 62. 20 RV sires with electnq wamq 172 o, urn_e.
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As agelese as the puatda is this British all wool tropical. Super 90's yam spun in a mzgnificent 1/16 inch pinstripe in a subtlc sladc of charcoal Ttilored by Novnan Hllron ar $255. Ourownf esuhsfromi. ~7Ilt~~ Ilr~. `~ Clothlug for Gentlemen 66t-i9tfi 2465 Hundngton IMre San Marinq Call/ornu -- • HIGHLIGHTS . Los Angeles Philharmonic Zubin Mehta, Music Dlrector SAT. AUG. 7 n= is sosiso THE VERDI REOUIEM The great American ehoral eonductor Fob¢rt Shaw tllrenl5 Vedl's glorbus chordl masterpiece with sclcists Zylls- Garz, Uuivaq McCoy, Plisbka. and the USC National Workshop Chorale. SAT. AUG. 21 e= nMUSIC FROM THE MOVIES Sarah Vaughan sings. John Green cooducts and plays music from Americas oW n graat art form -t11e s-Pavorites by Herrmann ~tozsa and others, plus popular hls, TUES. AUG. 24 sem-.ty sa=usn ;ns, o COPLAND CONDUCTS The dean o/ Amencac Compssers onduc aprogm ofhkownvmrk3. Suite, Blllythe Kd~0larlnetConcerto with sploist MlChele Zukovsky; and AII oponcerts start at 8:30 fLPiY9r,a~,^ (213) 87-MUSiC Was Broadway's `Equus' a Horse of a Different Color? By Dick Lochte Or: Can't Tony ever say rNeigh'? Ma•:be if I stay off starcber and get the proper escrc and rest I'11 be und tn seethoo~ar ival in L.A. of a Bntadwzv hit that has nor :c a a Tony- They must be handcd ont by the gross. Ccrrently, we have Equar, The Wiz, Kinner and A Chore¢ Line - Tany w e. all, yct only rhe last scems tmly worthy of a ward for excellenca. Granted- a sroge performance i caanein¢ thlon mat c n detciorate to the point where its superior elements beeeme quite mediocre. But the Tonv cepted as the denie oi in thcotri- caL perfectlon - unlfke the Aeademy Award, which is with kepTsLvm or downd,ht scorn. Perhapa mc need to be u shnde more stnodontsh where Tbny is co rned. By wav of example. Gqnns has been prxndng about Broadway for the past tno seasov, colloctlnt nor only Tnny, but such other finc .show ribbons ru Ne New York Drama Critics Clmle, the Oumr Circle and the Drama Desk -ards. It should nat be too much to expect. therefore, that a visit to the Hnatington Hartford be rewarded by omething special. Bun olss, like the Trojans. we find our.velaa snddled :cith a hoae that Is nviting on the surface bnt filled with disappolntment wichin. Perer shalfer's drzma. sueetivcly attired ir staw externals a f c old~fashioncd, simplistic,pscciria tnc mnsh. The playwrght has nmed that tF.e event that inidmes the action - the blinding of a sruble of hoacs by an tmstable v g man - was based on an actnni o...urr..ne for which no 192 LoSnNaess
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"He was an incomparably more gifted Ludwig II who constructed his Neuschwanstein inthe space of half a cubic foat:' He was a grey wiosv.er of a man, who lived in Queens, N.Y., an exile more singular His name was Joseph Cornell, an immovably eceentric and reclusive artist who spent his life ereating esquisite col- lages in little boxes. His name was hardly known even in the art world. Yet in TIME Magazine's Art section his life and work become a kind of cerebral adventure. Which demonstrates another on Utopia Park han expatriation to Ta of TIME's strengths: the humane and intelligent curiosity that animates and articulates its reportage. It's the dif- ference between simply knowing about the unusual and unfamiliar, and being able to make it come alive. You know what TI31E does. And read- ing it every week reminds you how well. The Weekly Newsmagazine
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Ili•utrile rnu... To shape yrour 6ody and your ii(e The sdr..irr nad,and faer6/ ofluo. Lr ff[dr4, I .r 1 /IAI' 1 fJ ~ R p,J .Yy PMtCD2~M['-f..4~ CUSTOM TAILORS ENTERTAINERS OUTFITS & CNIFORMS • IEATHEiS • SUEDES CUSTOM SHIRTS • PANTS SUITS & TUXEDOS . no fm). alnypr o nd. r.. ca(ion rooo en,n SwitzarIun4 r' i l73 L 1: I with 14day rci ~ ~ . H t showers :~. il.'. OI lake r C 5 od rl AI ~rrmtw P 6 f I!) 33ft 3BB. of C, ^ F H y I 3N- 10 h tl I b rfe and up $5 E6NILL. - Scp[ 30- I fccn dIOt.t:ii.c4 N-zpt 30 for 4 Pcople. 5 raasl of y C-tra pelson 50.. DeposiI n9uGcd with 9refmrd : . RV lilnlt'. 27 ecL Resu'oo~s. shom[cra, a Inc, . pmpan . Of Intcnr pooL pIL- gromd, h:ki2 cc¢eatian rcom_ Nent Sllvenvood Lake. Ileme( Valley Tmvel Trnller Park 014) 6?61r_I8 _ In Hemet e < N. OlNen It. 61 RV s with dcctria EI sewage took-ups ~51!0 for 2 peonL. ertrn per 50, No cbildren_ AL 50c OR tent sites RV limio 35 feeh Sho."ers. Isnndry_ Of -.n4rese heaRd pUOl. auca non ro . Kiup Sol Park, (714) 867 -_61 P.O. Box 356, Rwmire Spnn?s. 923b3. F. of innct On of Hwye. IN and ' I R[nnin¢ Sprin-es 20 RV,'mm s«s ' and electtie onkups. A90 u. ,. 9. eztm penon 50, Hor tnterec Inse sxler u Imn .. . I LIo.RsL~i."I;I1 f_O"3ov63. l y l F B I T . I ORbt tslu ner hor:rp.: i . . .. . .h haoi-ops 55 . . . eslru veldde 51. SF~. s.cDeposlr a9uired. RV Ilr.lli 3P~iaYGm:GSOmepittoilas. showcanundn duposnlsrntioaerocetios. propn OE fnlttsf. bea'ed poo lake bobinelfeel.Ter.19 bouti, ._ I5) P'ra. -round, r.c O:JC (:Inrl i Beo['s Sell"tone Camp. 40!3, 7 mi. f of Yucuipn rn Rd *0 snL 135 RV . . . if r .rnae withor o.sluc THE DESIGNER J50 N. LA CIENEGA BLVD. L A_ CALIFORNIA 9004B (213) 659-9785 Frnoun=mld henlthrrkin °TlubciuIt, ]53 NpHTN CANON DRIVE ©EVCFLV 41.(5.6ALRORNIP90]'0 91P-]565 I I , h 2 1 ,dyf C of I ALL I V Ili L 40 wllaern. of IT I ,nn r°~sannn it t fon. e ' healed ^ QUALITYFURNITURE AT DIRECT IMPORT PRICES. AahancetoanulresolidROSEWOOD Cfiinesv lumltmc handcrahM In thc Orlmn. I d Cum d........ ,I.c II Idl„ I iny , and I Pce,. e R , le lo e F III t tdCt I E_ The mnst'omnns name in a,mese Eumitu,e WeekdnyslU6.5aturdays10-l. 61.5 No.la O,ez Ave.. (213) 11fl-3219 Half block south of Melrose Ave. BankAme card,Mnrte,CM1ae¢e. Complelc Enancing / MAr 3 scoops of creamy, handcrafted IVORY on a STERLING SILVER cone. pr ir[arNS =.nVeR wA~v iN__ac[a FIRST IN A SERIES OF DELECTABLE COLLECTA9LES FROM TANGENT. 35.00 .,~.~u. $end C6eck or Money Orde' lo. tangent P.O. BOX 128 Montrose,Calif. 9101 OUICK,BEFORE IT MELTS!1! " ',
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ESTATES & PROPERTIES The Executive Moving Book is free. It you're transferred, here's something to get you going in the right direction. Asamemberoflnter-Community l ou ~ t I h py ne_wecan e Relocatien. with ycur next move. ~ ICR Is a ceoperat- , 'ng net oM at pv¢r ~ 2001eatl ng real estat6 flrm5'Nlti Over 90l)0 92!e5a550c!eteSrIDtlOn- wltle. And ICR s Execu- '~ tive Mo ng Book is full ~ : ~ on;o afhelpful!nformat h ~~ SmoolhTO ng.1111531 e . ICR members serving . ~ aver2500sommunities_ LikeusanlCR amber Is an established bus!ness- - ~ man wno p obably gra UP in yocr ne ho e to a He .. t knawsthecommibty.soyou can trust hi5lutlgmeaL Re Il r'~~ d i f matlon t n or osan sentl You pno ~ about homes in your price range. pluscommuntyfnformationabout schools, clubs and activities. 1(youtl IIk2 to meet h+m, we'll put you in touch and give you a copy of our bock. ~ W rlte or call for your book, theresnocostorohliga6on_ ~ r f r - SprinBRealtyCo.-, ~ 11777 5en Vicente Blvd. S ..(( Los An9eles, Calif. 90049 ~ 628-5666 I Please sentl me a free I ~ I y I copy of'The Executive ' I Moving Book Name- I Address_ II City State .. . I ZIp. Phone II Company I Moving to. I Inte-asted in = Buying = _n. _ , ~ 40& '4in9n9P' ~ ' II ~ ~ SPRING REALTY I ~~~ L --------------
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n Sr 1. de.ienaed sitvs. Of I .. Bill F.,on 4emor:'aI Nature Truit,~r , R'iN hund-made rug, from Perxlq Indlu, Turkey, qF,haoktaq China and 2usria Adil Besim & Ca , , akeyourfeelona mluus J jouney rn Ihefenhcsleomeooflhe t II r ff O ':I ' uu 1~ antakeynumnrepl h, anyone he So, klh.: big taes-ntoalLLnuriou Oriental 1 arpet,adlelm IL1. AnIL 13ESlM 1]56C.ti1ColomG. ' ':49110ti (213) y95-:3tl: I We are Nso interested in hu fu:e Orienlal my Thinking about a hairpiece, transplant, or? We invite your inspection of the Custom Created Design Halrpiece. Call for an appointment or wdte for information- Iksiqns by Van Nieulande 6pOSouth San Vicente 81vd. LosAngeles, California 90048 213/653-1541• 653-3473 II)ennse's Place li WO\UERFIT. TkDNGS FOR SPECIALPEOPLE Per nellvadpnmhwor4T-shio. Iuans,5v.aales.B.illshCpursCs 9y'MSeltosw_-even 4ViaeC i 10% Discount tvith thls ad. BIF/W."nIIFD tii..-ts]1 (iAST OF L1 CIE.\ECA) ------------------------- 1so Lcsso-nv=Le~ .. ,. I~.....u,e l:mip \rua. ~. nnled sh ~: When the ,.,:.e a. t,owdee ttrre, r wally room for one mo.e here- Grapevine Cnnyon und ptolific des- crt plllntx are ss'hat to sec. COUNTY Apua Caliente County Park, (714) 299- ]2]S.orx 'rile Box 36, Sulinn 92036. Fro ~ lolim, E oa Ihvy. 78 to Sdssoa Cmxdog, Ihen 26 m on 52. 46 lent sites $4 fof 8 people. S81R V eites.vilh elcexrie wnter aod sc hooklips 46 aLth water and elec- i,„-ey, <5 for S peoele RV limit 10 feet. Showe:'s some cold. eroaeriess propane, an 2ndaoL So pelc The[apeuGe pools (1 in doonl.pln._ md,hikin interpfctivcpro Sram i Cam vun aamPiqg for amhoriredgro ~~[c(II4) 299-CAVIP.Thisis in the seme ure =_s Gale Pa.o-. Valleeifo Stage Station County Park. ("/14) ~ h 1' m~ 52. 2^- In4°A-1 bltlta people. .~ nd RV a and . .. ~.I.~ . ~~I., ground. S ear ~]~~ I ~~d~.dd-June Ihr-••°h ,.a.." .-, o . . p+ble Opeu . 11 .cads. Im.n ups. PRIVATE Uesert Sands Park 'u' Plm,ge, (714) ]ti9- 5554. In Borrefo SPdnes at2'f7 W. Palm Cann Dr. 91 RV sltes. No ten[ sftes. $5 o for 2 peopla SOc for e.vu pee..ov; reserve deposit requircd. RV Ilmif.40 fec[. Two-duy ' myo weekends,[hreudeyso hol duy xeekenc> Shaweq propsn , pool. San Bernardino National Forest There are only thrce campgroovds i the San Beroardlna National Forest that within o r two-hour Ilmlq s Pie decided it was the hener part of ~alor to saemh ita hit in older m indvde Big Beaq Arrowhead and Idyllwild- SATIOSALFORESTSER4lCE Fur f6nher Iufoursion. call (714) 38]- 588. AppEcwhite, 4 i. E of Lytle Creek off Interstate L5. t0 RV. 31 lentsites. $2 RV limit 22 fceL Piped water vault toilets. Of interesu fishing in Lple Creck. B,vton Flatc, 71,4 mi. E of Camp Angelus . on Hsry. 38. Tfclelros June 11 Sept. 11 Open May 15-Oct. 15. 24 RV. D tent siles. i2 Rv limit r.'.'_ feel. Vault Ianelsl no e'ntct So, . l-)Iay. I. Snpplies in Camp !tngelus. 3amm [raiL urmnwnlty fire no- cles.hlkin8. Bay Tree Fluts, 10 ml. NW of [dyliwpd off Hwy-243. S RV/2ntates. No fee-SO trall- rs. Pit loilets. no wvec Al ed¢e of Soboba hreo ned ur a-sliehl.' . Big Hocn, 7 mi. V W of Lytle Creek ofi Ir_ IerMate I5. 4 R V. 9 tont xilev $ I- R V limih.
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t pit todcls nfinrm.laivhin'~ xvromr nanc, gro<eriu, cux. firc dsln. Small pets 'ee p- :dlowed. Of intcm.c fmhing (F3.5u fee). Snlplnrt Sprinl(N, '^ n ~E of La Can.Wa riding. pinyc_rmmd .. .,-rl,nt, I Trnvel N 'Blucc. (Sn51 ^_ 27001 On Hwy. - R- .. 2c19 witb i . 7, withfnll hook-up. RUSTY FIN ISH- B CA.NOLES WITH CENTER DDWN LIGHT 2]" UTA - $319 BRENTWBBB EdEUMIa UGHTING SPECIGIISTS /1961 Sast[[oxeusun t m9eles 90049 rrt People are up in arms about "The Place" The mast beautihll rgale, store in the wcst where ym T fiad yonrfacodte m e stars' clothing at ru:k-Ixmom prices.Ona. of a klndoriginais by waddlzmous destgnars.Shop ®le nm renaiL Clrrthcs lor men tml 645-1539 ' 89205a.5epuheila BImL LA 3/4 wan,.adioffAX Hrurs:MOn:4r.1(L5:30 , M 6ankPorvwvrd. Master Chmge.lasraways c. V ollcy Gorgq 1% n `, H of 1~ on San Gabricl Ri.c .df Hwy. ' \faPNOV. 9 RV tcnt eite5t s~. ~ i~ LM1me.v.ncr IioubuP. RV Ih..a- wnteq pit milcts. Of Intc"c fi.s)no i Y ForA of San G:.blcl Rixcr, hiALy mp e ssiblc by very paor Jirt road Vogel Flat, 512 mi. NE of Sunland on Big TdPmXa Canyon R1 11 tent sit.5. $'_. No RVS (pv'kinp loq. Pippl xatm; Oush toilet.t Of interestu fishL z. s ie m. Waem Sprin s, 8H . NE of Castaie o Hua_hca Lake Rd 12 RV(trnl ates. $1. R V limic 2] reeL. piPed rsnten Plt milcts- Of r ams. hik:o_ - inteaxC ste West Fmk, 17 mi. NE of La Canada oc Sun Gabriel River off Hwy. 2. 7 RV/tenl sites. No fee intll futute vnter hook-up. RV limit 10 feet. No water. toilets.Of in- 2tes1: hiking. flshing in W Fot:c of San Onbriel River, Aceessible by vety poot dttl oad. Wieking "7 n i. NFE of Sunhuod oR Reute b9. 7 RVtenl . No fee. RV tlm 14 Pcer Stream xx ,.. bult toilets. Of in- teteet fuhlns. slrewn~ Znni, 9 mi. NE of Saopus on Houquct Canyan Rd. 11 RV/tent sites. SI. RV limir. U feen Piped rvc~-r r't toilets. Of intesn'd finhing in ncurb~ ', . ,, hiktng. CnIRTY Yasnnee Rucks. - "'1 II m r E ofSOlcmintaffl' R'ntseev >I. ]o RV II vn , alimved or yrotndx F, r,.. pp d.a..p chemi cal milets. PRIVATE CaldwMl Lake Trnllcr Park, (865) 941 1618. 10 . vF ' Wril{hlwood at 19830 E.Bikl H `RV"9 'hI k ~ ups7/. L.- mc Pw21., extra ., persor.>Ua.Y• . i 4dfeet,Pipedwater, restrooms -4i. . .. ~ndry. disposal ita- tion. Prol > RI - ~- . ga+ av lable. Of itlmmse rshing ae_ Lihle Africa Reeraatlun Park, ('N15) 94T- 2832. 8 mL E of Th, z t4 at 8137 W. Soledad Canyon R. 50 RV/tent sites wlth 26 cleemr /"'d acd 26 water hook- ups. $4 tor 2 pcap:c extra adelt 5135, cxtrn child 50c,Depantreqniredfor rvatians. No RV limit. Dispuml an ne fiush toile6. n .'howe¢, OP T - tPlest a r ng receatlon room, horae. buck hiking TlmLerline bleadnw Resnrl, (801) 724 . 4022. 7 mi. NW of Lake Hughes 1,, 241100 Pine CanS'on Rd- 60 RV, 30 tent site; S4 for 2 people: axea perxon ouer 12, 5q ,ader Iz, /sc. T9 clenrie, wa.r,l o,-ewage (SUp) hook-ups Depost reqniad wiN3day -farholldavs. RV limit: u 9dy~ 3afecL Rcstmo,ti., shaw-, luundry. pro- . . n vertlow of up -lot I ~ u Pcr n 5oe. Res- -.t ieyir.ed with 14day ao- r 35 L.t Disposal smllon, --t". Fto..riesa pmpane.POOIs, ,.1 vnlleybull coutcs, Iacnzzi, und, ~ eatim ro m. 21ose tc `J -..~unuln pml Indian Dunes mo~ tot,_ c txc wuy, C...,L.k Lakc I mi. away. Cleveland National Forest The xrea southezst of Los Angeles -a veritable cmay quilt of national, smte, c unty and pricatc parks tbat vcdaP and conuect to providc +t fnsei- aating divcrsity of recrentionalfucilities. The Trabum District (clnsmvt ra us) of the Clevefand National Forest spaos the Sntne Ana Mounmins and has in- erable cnnyons to e+plore; Lake Elsluore State Recreotion Arca hotderod on Ihe west by three regional parks, one of whichis a wildctness area- Allhough its n bit beyond our range, included hiL Palomnr, which has eral campsHes ohuterM a ound IL And, of course, the inevitable corro- ponding bczchea. NATIONALFORESTSER\4CE For furihcr information, cull 714) 293- 5050 orl%14) 836-2144. Bme lny, 26 ml. NE of San fnan Capis trano or 15 mi.SW ofElsinorc on Hwy.'/4. 8IC42RV 't:.>.RV 1 m 21 feet~M1 Piped w r. pn hi letc- Of mteresL a - w4 m~NWofsummitofOrtega Hwyav r dirt maa- Dripping Springs, 11 mi. F. of Temecula un H- 71. 26 RV/tenL sites. $2. RV limif 32 freL Pit loilets. PiPed w t. Gm- q gnt al Rnlterfield Rcsort~ I mile. Of iuoesL r station. fishing, The Pinc Flat Trull begfns here and is a de- nnding. T-mile hike ineo the Apua Tlbla wllaer where mere's a chaparrnl ebatabnxnT btan bumed o.er for 100 years- il Carisv, I t mi W of Flzinore off Hwy. 74. 10 lent 40 RV eites. S2. RV limit; 16 feet. Piped water. pit rolels. Fislterntan's Camp. 1: h mi. SW nf Wildo- r aH Flwy- 91. 5 RV/mnt citet No fee. RVlinvc n mpa'r (ac i es,pit t I .,. ~ . ~.dl noxedr'mast bring yaur v -. ... a.,d :eed. Fry fro-S, c of Palomur Motim .~ . 1' S6, u uched bv Cm . . '..hich r Ith lo RV/10 H. . `Rincou . ~ ' R% irailcr.t Piped wv[er, pil Iiklx. Of Imertic on Palomnr
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"Eradleyville Trilogy"-scts out to ex- One other than the suggcsfion that van plore the croding of the Deep South give it a wide bcrth. Paul Foster's play. mentality, bounded ou the north by in- with lyrles and musicby Ioe 9erland and feriority, on the east and west by ignor- John Keller, is, as far as I can tell, about ance and fear, and on the south by pure a group of young people who get so cussedness. This delineation of the dc- stoned en a marijuana stogie that they eliue of Dixie doesn't quite work, but involvethemselves,ifnottheaudience,in Jones does manage to kick up a mess of series of vignettes based on the good entertainment by taking pot shots at his old. bad old days wheu Elizabeth, Cuthe- less-than-magnificent good ole bovs, rine de Medici, MaqStuaut and that The popularity of the play locally-to - whole crowd were in Bower or about to accommodate an ever-growing audience, be snapped off- the Company of Angels prodoctlon re- Nothing'n FoxterLs play seens worth cently moved from a tiny theater to the the bother. though it might pry a few Coronet on La (.Yeaega-stcros from chuckles from English history profcs- the canny direction of character actor sors who haveot had much to laugh at Harris Yulin, and a cast that seems to the lately. But not even they would apprc m pone born- As thev xcuttle around ate the caterwarding in which the cesr Garvin Eddys realistic hotel roo set, 1ndWCes or the insipid rock muaic that indulging la idioric arcane ritual, rattling auompunies the produdion, ories like sabers, fighting, argning and bemoaning the passing of good times Off the Wall (1204 N. Fairfax Ave.) betterleftforgotten,rheycmergeasmen- is an improv rhemer that has been in not caricatures-thanks more to Yulin_ operation for n arly two yea s. Unlike I think, than to Jones. its competing cabarets, it eschews set The Magnella hoys put on a pretty pieces aad doggdly sticks to exrempe eeod show-not hilarious, but funny: skits based on audience snge_estions, no not spectacularly dramatic, but charged matter how sappy. The night 1 visited, with e ough honest emotion to merit the imentive players were being sent up. ourattentionr ratherthanoff,thewallbya crowd mointerested in impersonation than impro- There isn't much to c-ay about the tklys- visadon. The requesa for ]ohn Wayne sev Theater's presenutian of Elivabeth and Truman Cnpotecontinucd umil uut For Men and Women "Where to get a good haircut- in Los Angeles: Martin Derek" -Mademoisel le Martin Derek i-iemc'icrel haa c]asig~ ftlll seNlces for men and women martin derek hairproduch 5900 wilshlre beolevard, los angeles, calitornia 90036 (213) 933-8257 I member Judy Ervin r minded us we hadn't come to see Rich Little. Sometimes It's wise to vorify the cnsto- mers that they a en't always right and, from that moment, the gave got down to business, which is a specialized form of acting while thinkin_e on their fect. They do it vcry wdL Their impressions rc pretty good, too, which is a burden they'II just have m live with, I'm afraid. Finally, we have A Chorus Line, e- scoaccd sr Ihc Shubert and looking, dnar soending, every bit as bright and pol- ished as it did at the Curran in San Fran- ciscolastmonth-Director-choreo_srapher Michael Bennett keeps his sino_er-dancets u Iheir, roes, respondin¢_ to a meutal melmmmre that neverpauses, even when the book by Michael Dante and James Kirkwood shows sien of strain, and Ed- ward Klebune and Marvin Hamlisch's woNs and nmsic get a little too pop for >mfort. and the Shnbert i incredibly bad sound system spurtea and liissez like n tenement heatar. Donna McKcchnic atheulivesuptohcradvancenorices, and the others aren't far bchind- If yonr fnlth in ihe .4mcricrtm mi La wauing, rush over to the Shubert and hmre it re- kndled. Hoperullv, theyll have the spenkeaworkinghyrhen.  aerel< usmaarcrs 197
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Stay West,young (and old) imbiber By Van Delanay PRIME RIBS OF BEEF Cxll for Itescnodons LIQUOR °The Placa Of Good Taete" Fine Selection Of Importcd & Domestic Spiriti, W ine- & Beer. Some mnnihs ago, this magazinn dls treated the reintive nedts of livina in Los Angeles instead of New York, and noted the advantages in terms of com- parison pricing for ccrta'a essential oods and services. One wmmadiry not Iscussed at the time was wine, but there, too, residznts of Los Angelcs have an advontage o er their F.aslern bre,hren. Cnvsideq for esamplc, the winc lu6 from two fine restaurants, Scandia in Los Angeles and The Foor Seasons in Few York. The two make for a good com- patison: neither is a traditional French or Continental restaurant; both affect a similar dzgree of casual elegance; both offer excellent and t ml c lsive at sarprlsivgly rensonxble prlcer and bolh take justifiable pride in [hair wiw Gslx. Scandia's wine selection, however, is the larger of the two, and its prlces are, in almmt all cases, dramaticallv lower. Below are some comparadve prices of California wines, 13ordearrs, and a popu- IxrLnire wine_ (Rurguodl-und Cermen wines are n e dlihcult to compare, slna in ecervi cese there are differevves its shipper and vimx&e yeor from one restaurants listin6 to the othe{s. Both caay a 1973 Plesporter Michelsberg, for ample, but The Four Seasovs' is from Kayscr and Scandla§ is from V. Dv- wegJ Here is what we found Allen A[crtzCnndi- 8 CourmetFoods Heitz Cvbernet srau,-...... u All Alujor Credit Card> Accepted Sanvigmq 1969 Hanzell Pinot Noir, $2450 $I4_00 1990 ChappelletChenin 3250 1300 HOCK9: Sun. tbru Thuua 8.11 Elanc,19]} Freemark Abbey 10.50 650 Fri,BSacEL12 Chardonnnv.l99] AhnudenGrenache 16.50 1400 Free Deliverc-Ample Pu rkln NosE, noovlntaee Ch6teau La Galfeliere, 5.50 150 1966 24 50 1600 ChS,enu Monvose. 255-4363 1967 Ch6mau Hnut-Frion_ 25.011 Id.00 301 MONTEHEY ROAD 1964 Pomlly Fumt, Ln 48 00 40.00 SOOTHPASADEhA Douceue, 1972/73 13.50 IO.OG MARINA DEL REY MindanaoWay BURLINGAME Old Bayshore Hwy. IRVINE k MacArthurBlvd. California wines should cost less in this state than in New York, of couae; hur the differences cited above are far ¢rca:cr than can be accounted for by shipping chm'ges and locnl mxes. Sim- ilarlv, F,ench x s should cost less in NEW York than here. But by are stand- a:ds, the wine drinker at Scandia is better shape than his Eastem csumer- pan e ecpt for a few exeeptions like the 1955 ChSteun Latour, which is $85 at Scandia. while The Four Seasons is prae- pcally eivin5 it away at $82. Sedndla's praiseworthy wine Int Is, in e".Iect, the work of onc man-armrney V athan Chromnn (who is apparently out of facor with he resuuranl, c new cards on he mbles describe himrether ambivclenrlv as'our less than conversant ine buvet'l rn:u3ditlon to mainmioing a law ptvcllec and sdccting wines for ScanSia and The Saloon, Chmmav xriles about wine for Ihe Los Angeles
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SCNOOL&CAMP GUIDE Catalina Island School Founded 1928, Fully Accredited • Boarding-Coeducational Grades B42 • 75 eludents-101acu1ty We are Ihe place for the boy or girl who wants to prepare for college and later Ilfe in a school that takes 1011 advan- tage of ils location on a 42,000 acre and nature conservancy thirty miles ofl the coast of Southern CalRornia. Tradlllon3l anademip subjects are stressed and are taught by a hlghly selectfacully. Each student can enrich his basic scbolastlc program with the tollowing oplional actlvities: Scuba, sailing,socceq kayaking,boatbuilding, navigafon. backpacking, fishing, gar- dening, beekeeping, videq dramatics, cersmics and pholography. Call or wrile: Cate//na lslanG Sahod, P.0. Boz 796. Toyon Bay, Avalon, Cali- bmla 90104-(215) Avaion 611 (op- eramr assistanoe reguired). Richard C. Wheeleq Headmaster Catalina Island School Toyon Bay. Box 796 Telephone (213) Avalon 611 Avalon, Catalina Island 90704 (Operator assistance requireE/ ...'ie.LL SCM.r°,';!. 11919p.e.N5f. r4M nnY9.wf STRONG ACADEMIC PROGRAM with SporU-MUSic-Bible Kindergarten-Elementary Jr.High All year day care progmm Fall Term Begins 9epL 11 763-54.94/984-2064 7zr8~p~/ Nra: .kl~/ heQG/ -- A ResidentiaL Special School for CHILDREN WITH LEARNING DISADR.ITIES ACAUEAUC INSIRUC110N vOCA'[[ONALPROORAMS 11F.CREATIONAL ACCIVi'I'9E9 SOCW.DEVELOPMENT Cam.m Yewxombe aicq Dlsw P.O.Doz 1<50 SarzsFqNewMaieoa/5m (SO51'15't-aT/z TAKE PART IN A SUMMER SEA KAYAK ADVENTURE ON CATALINA ISLAND A wilderness island the size of Bermuda thirty miles off the coast of California Sea Kayak Adventure Toyan Bay, Fqx 796 Avalon. CelBOrnia 90704 DYNAMIC! CREATIVE! INNOVATIVE! 230 LosANGELEs The school every student wishes they could attend. Applications now being accepted. Grades 7 through 12. Call for information regarding open house and our new location. PACIFIC HILLS SCHOOL (213) 393-0495 the maggy haves school -A Gild C®tvld CmmwnStyJ TotlNaClasus-Preschool-KIM¢ganen nnemUen&ndehmentvrosams Fell Opcningc 763-8359 Nonh Hnllywwd I{•I{E IfE W DRID6E SC800L A conremporary end semible ebereefi.e oe cAlic and Crivete .eM1OOIe. KINOERGAAIEN j~nclnding mefore 4 yoerold,l rHRU HIGH SCHOOL Dr.M.S.Jacubm.,Direefm !B« Burtan Wey, Bevedy Hill, CA 902 11 ]74-6149 ....... _1117i
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6mic/LC.'N(k"1,0.^ .+V~~...e..«...-..... 9836 BRIGHTGN WAY BEVERLY HILLS, CA.90210 273-2823 A unique salon ' specializing in only one service-removing unwanted body and facial hair bywaxing. Our treatments are quick and comfortable and we i nvite you to I New Ownership IY.X/ Open Wetlnestlays until B p.m BeverlyXills Parking at 961 iBrigMonWay 414 N. Camtlen Dr. 278-7374 (Medical Bldg.) I A PROMISING NEW COMPANY FOR JOHN-BOY'S DADDY By Maurice Zolotow On Thursdav e s, TV viewers New plnys will be tried ouc Dld plays see him as John Wolton, husband of recived-hul always with Inrge casts, Olivia Wnllon, father of Iohn-Boy Wal- so that more acters can wmk ton wisc uod arvdy head of a famlly Shmr L,es will opcn this month in ~ling through the Depressioa For the smaller SO-seut thenrer downstairs. Ihl.~, lie reaives 58.500 a weckk known as First Sage Admission, agaia. On Thursday, Fdday end Saturday will be Iree, lJpstairs, in the Oxford- nights, and Sunday afternoons in ]mie there will be a series of new and hitherto and July, placgaes saw the snme m n unproduaed plays-a ne ~ one e , -Ralph Waile-as a m o _o rd wecend-Same admission~Free~ n the n w pley 3fusemn~,ma pro- But dnn-t tell anybody. Let's notspojl ductian of thc Los Angeles Actors 'u fur us. Theater (LAAT). of which he is the artlxvc direcmr as well as founder and financial ungel. Playin¢ in a s mall theater Bchlnd this cudous enterprise of a free h i d a rundown area caxr of Vermont Ave- rama: t e nner theater is a persanal with a cast of 44, 3Luerem was a all conflict of Ralph Walte. Louking for ' sutiric.dcomedyaboutartzndartlovers. artingforGOdol.Nerhapsfind- Godot0. In his role of a harried little bureancrap _ him at lust whcn you had almost Wnite was oastage for almost the entire h ;iven up hope. A restless perron with a sense of alienadon all his Gfe, he had two oras- For being a mnseum guard. his salary started out ptifevsionz!ly as a New York He had d k H i - 11 nothing. Zera And. Fml only that, e was marr e . er. 'ocral wor Alw s there wa a ht d t but he has laid out, over the past 18 erc ay aug thae of dd l o s i hi onths, same 5]S,o00 out of his ow m, su en erup ~ n seethins n t which made t d paaket for what is one of the most ex- resen men bitterness an b hi ]htle theater venmres in the cltyy itl s Jo . him djs.ontented with ng c In quality it is big theater. In verve it of rhe ltznhanan Ijnlc i d He took to drinking. He quit mcial wors and went to Yale Drvintty School i n s n res thenners dnrin¢ the off-Broadsray explo- for three yxzrs. He becume a preacher. He leh thc re olron H h d sion of thelate'SOr. the I o)IZma Circle . a cong g e a d i k in the Square and Theatre de Lys, r n - ehurch. He got divoreed. He was enrs and the alieu- t Th Miveumr was an amueir~ cxperimeutal e rescn m ~ng mare- drama. masuificenny smgee- And it was ation mtenrined- offered to Ihe public Ree. He became a reli_eious book editor m But LAAT is even more than all thls. a lnr3e Nea York publishloq hon-se. He In existence for less than two vears, it had a SJ00.n-weck job, but was galn_¢ hasrupidlybecomeacenretofvilelitys vanddidn'Iknowwhy.Hewentinm Wlliem3ushnellV severaiyearsman- psychoanxlysjs and began 6nding out __ngdircctorofbe..FraucisaosACT, nbomhimselfbutstlllcouldntquashhis l bli h rw prodw and manzging dircctorr s - i pu self-desmmtive habits. He yu dwa ' l iF B o Ther c i I" f te y n o r a ing and bce t Impr - IaxaCOn. and Brmdwas pL y,Theq at almost 40, An r nble -.ted and slightl. he dri fted m L A eeles, where he got l obse. -J persons is being n•scmbicd, ms good par6 in television plays and fi ' any f'h D HI Mitd I Gve L a F '. Five }'s ago, ' Ryan.R' h dJ are s ue_-f 1 hl dan D Id V ffnt- and 1' . ctnrs. p d \h It r u. Le h cast him ;uJOhn R
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Papillan TBTO Melroee Ave. Lae Angales LOUISICF°'.orl9er elchings.ArtNOUVeau 3raphlc. C' noslere bV MOCHA, STE W'_`_'J. -~EFTHONN etc American Art . n. . e bron.e gisss ana snvar. Tlbmle-ArlDeco N. Canon 238 Baverly HIIIe <SBN.Ppbetlecn,LA. '-- -' n_ cc P neuveau mtt es~grephlcS and mwle erswelcame. Helen Drue Gallery Venlce Place 9uilEing I 102] W. Washington Blvd. . rviogclrts~ecentcllpelnlinga0n . '- scIHELENMOLORHv1Att I , eryZuurs. CLA55I C ANTID I11TIEa, Ltd. . London & LosAngeles 9aG" s....n. emn. CBnycn Ga11ery Two 974 N. La Cienega Unlone woAa from the IvGFV C025T les- IY:umOrls, masks, tcring sculptma- mucal n textlles, pdn V, snellle size African flgmes. (10.b-J' 0 w^vek:ay5; Bun.12~i) 653-5c90 eremano ~ 9528 Wllshire Blvd. Beverly Nllls Orlginal3mpFcs by OHAGALL. NIRC, ZUNIGA.CALCEF,9ONNAF'J,9AL1, MAT193c,DIEBEVKORN.eIc. (mon-Tnura. TD-1c; Frl. sa1.10-11 .. san. 11 2VE-010c CcllaEOrative Gallery TbeGranaEa Building 6615u. La Fxyetle Perk Place THE MOST COMPLETE COLLEOT HAFDEDCS r '..TRVCT'. _ oaTlcm n 9rep thep e . LO a.m. to midnight daily Comeand haye fun with us in the Eucalyptua Grove 935 Laguna Canyon Boaa La¢tzna Beach knpJish & ConoGCntzl CDllnhy AI1t1qUf5 Ltzll3n (7wOdellCrz FTLnch LRNdndal China 2025 Padfic Arcr.uc Venice, Calitonda 90291 213/396 5922 (at the bcoch)
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LOS ANGELES BAZAAR 1HLGR1~1 AIIOI 11 ~. PFI1 x v.crsrlES-~~ II wm~-aRl ~ - f~ PA~< Inumrv ~ . . . .. BEDSPREADS FORYOLIiIIUAIIC DEJIOAIJ[l PvA/llt, rrzrnI zSIO..vI srxvICI. 11 LI I'/IUAIA A AA:A~FIJA(I EMFLOY3IE\T ' SHIPS. OaaS EL~. Ba. P6LLA, S~. IIUA E v.MAHING OPPOHTUM'FIES ,ul AH I AIRf,I VIlHtll A VlI<IIIFFERLVGS
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- at Ihc rhuws u po: cncv .~ c..pla wson w :.. " In afin e n of c a h he h,n l'Orlul~t , .- 1. e,nlrlVCd wildw. wdra:n E.rR m rn „ ~ n M,,. .~ ,r ,r I ;cl.lo,~.,l B . » . 6 ,. . n. I, ~ r. I , . . , . ~ t '- , nan c t n 4ucaly andcs off the YJlo,= 6- B Idctif} h...m:z umt -an oftcn in Iha to get mnclcd in dialo_uc that a.. n n p:ul. Further, he 1<hiatrut who at- where.C.hnrlieSm:dli xongsrc,cmpu m shoro up ,Le lad-s damaged the m rvelons t'Mcan Gle C~: payche is himsclf cmotionally at sea- You Wanted In %Iee, the Wia.d.lI to Irh•id, cold-hcarted and locking bold- the maudlin ("Snon As I Get Hmuc"1. and the c einty of his c nnd infmquendc rely on such notyuite- ,lons He is, in short, that old smndbys rhyrnes e'%Oiz" anrl "lives.` Ge-ge the physiclxn In need of hcalini Fnlw,i s chorcoeraphy Is ncarly nlway, The c e for Giluus' ccleration is facinainv_" bun his Inivial, confuslux its de.crlytdewp:iec stegin3lohn Des- "Ibrnado Ballct doe+n't quite put his s dlreuron ie _ and fosefuL best fcet fontintd. lohn Napiers sen oarois ostumes are The cas s charming, c ewhen the . zing lincloding the mexat elreo matetialisn'r. Espctlelly wanhy a- riveno of horsei heads this sidc of Ren Wocds- mhesc Dorothy Is oiftv The GadietlrerL And Claude Chnsins blend of eirh.h enthusiasm ued nwk- cteationsamdazzliu, thoughnet sarduess. Tcd Ross, whuse Cowztdly dhni quite enough m tmnsform a ne_ inlo a Lion is very ,nnch the king oC Jde foo- es[ and Andre de Shields who.ve title rhorourshbrcd, Lerformances are credible. Urian eharaner could casily share the stape Bedrord_an icr, unpielding octor wiuh a with that other fiashv snpcrstar, Elton Saint Bernard I ro.<. is right fnt me pu% lohn. zlc? .. rhistrla. Dai Bradley is prop- Therx are m e moments, xell worth cerred vppreh und a:,- t~ a for, whco d'recmr Geoffrey t. ~ as rl' co,tised 1 d. 4ud the H Id 1 all mre her. The hnGht ov. ~.lo what is cxpccted of them. I, of Tom H. Johns set and th. .. , Daony Scwell a "ble n H IOerv biaara iostenes shimm b filllllls no expositary or dramarievpur- te our eycs: Faaon'> dances twist pose Cnm I eauld farhom, and Cathryv and rurn: Smalls m vhirls throush Dnmoa as a maglsvata is so rclcnrlcsslv the theater like a luzzy windterm: and Bntkh she is barety understundxSla Ozs spol is vwhzre. But in the end, There's a bit of tatal nudity that The Wt though sllck e uu_h, Ix mo Sh:VPer has said he intendail to bc anri- much humbug and not esough n_ crotic even clinlcal Someone should hav evplaived this m whnever s,]eeted Not contcnt to transport us to the other- Penelepe Willis to panicipate: Willis is worldly Land of Oz. the CSVic Li¢ht rather good actress, bu[ her un- Operalxsinudmneouslyofferingaeorheu adorned form Is such that no asount of trip thmo_h Ilme and space with %ismel the.pian skill could rednee Ir to an ob- al p:e Domthy Chandler Pavilion. Back ject of elinieal re_eatd. t'54, when this m cal gathered Its Whal th d ak . t° d To y tS Id was le ompl +,cd aly lo g t ~fiog ti-th 9 PI . B t e t 1 ''hIV' hee n - of h ther the dtBness of nor- trared fnb!e ab, t old R hdad n be , pfemblc to the eeh'deratloo ,,sapuwed whole without such wvrrles - ry Is te and total dedication of madness. Sheffar tn oil shortege or war in the bfiddle doesn't provide z c thogh i Easp hecauza the location of Charlee the case of a mutilamrvof u nnl o Ledeter'sdndLUthcrDavis-book(based ' n it is as evident to me as rt would a plac by' Edwaal I<nohlouk) is he to, say.~CLevelaud Amory. c ovad !mm our dailv I :hanthz Emerald Gty. f.e a1,D a grear deal mOre sl.mptu0u5 Nhllc actors canter as stallions at the ,.,n uz. Ollrer Smith's sets are elaboo- Hartford, all m of man-baast pcr- , .,q....r-od. Frank Thompxunx ws mutuuons are booeeying it the Abm- - ,. . _ The Wiz's garb look like inTheWiz,amusiealchatLc',~T-.Ilrrb.Andthereisthstlush. L. Frank Baum> THe P - -¢.,core b} Robert Wri¢ht md oi Oz to the b1acR expcricoc- i .. l Georee Forrest (adaptcd frnn: mokes far a all tsoul) .n9p all . c bv Alexunder Namdin), contnin- I I I' Idlsco) Uancmg Erremld City tL_ ap- ich fordlv rcc-aIlzd favorites a pema to be a suburb of Slote.rv. ~'H..rmlec Flanulm- and Beads" and Like Equns. The Wq has a rved "Stranecr iu Paradlse:' 1a,e t-I it that ton[ As fwe weuld h e l howc,er, the m mrob..r,ti.l'_s'h,dT. qz.liry -. -dm,vr'-re195 NOW tM1m IOS. tl-uoo.o-l tnrvuE.: Pma.un ASP[CiAbOV1N NEWP6000CTION JOHN 'fro G RHONDA REARDON FLEMING VICTORIA MALLORY -\ZaWST surrlo® GEOR6E GAYNFG rori ktl l ataneae 3'9/2-]550 r Op v. ]35 V na -a L is . Ca 9ae12. ENGAGEMENT oPPeN~fNGALIad, ~ L I EfAONA'JONCAM I r LIMREP ENGAGEMENT SAi.65UNANtv .
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nliuuNr: xVn1LtrEs AD{Bn°1'[iROrS DECOR We have everylhing nauoca'- hom brass kcys t0 cannon and ships' lights to spyglosscs, from all over the world. PUI a Toucn W 1 beSea In lbur Home MARINE ANTIQUES 1106 S La Cienega Blvd. Los Angeles • (213) 652-3010 Tues. 0ru Sac. 10.0o to 500 Gills of Gccanic Wonders GollectarSpeclmens Shell Fremed Mirrurs Preserved Marine Life Shell Planters Exotic Sea Shehs and Corals Telephone 213 • 652-0674 8652 Melrose Avenue Los Angeles, Celifornia 90069 KingNeptune GALLERIES oenna 3ohsler."on rn. e.hiLiuon at Redbm caua PeacockAllay 226 N. Canon Beverly Hills The largest seletlion of ART NOUVEAU in the WesL Original g2phics by MUCHA, BERTHON, CHERET, ICART, accompanied by Titlany lamps, ert glass, lewelry, bronzes and lurnilure nl the turmabthe-0enlury. (Daily 10.3a6 p.m) S6O-5562 6andra Lee'e Fine Arls By app1 IOly Santa M I F6atu g I' ly lin II T ol orgn I ! " p n Ip"Tngsby POOREBARAC.AC Ifomrr5z lection nclutl OIL$ WATERCOLOR$ ORAWINGS. (CaIlI 103. pp Int 1). 394-6]10 NerEert B. Palmer s Cox wcrks ot AG 9sro WlNmre Boalevard, Suite G3U Beverly xms (Entranne an Camden) Artdeslezssinc81950.5pecializingin museum quality palnting, sculpture and drawings by Modern and Conlemporary Masters. AUG: Photographs of anlsls by W ELPOT and WEIBMAN. (TUes.Fn.10-6; Sat t1-5 and by apcintmen0 550-7225 Wally Findlay Gtllerbe 339 N. RMeo Dr. Beverly Nllls Opsning Aug.16 AMERIOANA, bicentennial ahowing e111 American contemporary painlers. GAVNOR DUNLAP, BERRILO, ROBERTS,NULOAH,ADICKEB,HAZEN, NOVOA, HOLMES, BEICH and MORRI6. Continuing LOREN DIINIAP exhibnion. (MOe.Sa1.9-.30-5'.30( 215-0165 Jud slpEEertl The Fractured Relledive B0o Mallman Avenue Loa Angeles Sculpture, jewelry, furniture, cache pot obletsd'atl-"Madem ' -signed pieces. Wrile or by epp nImenlOnly. 663-3<56 Jeffrey Horvlt; LW. 1155 N. La Clenege Xew IpcNlon near the top el La Glenege. P"Tgs,dr g and lectedg yNc work by 1 rg I 20fA uryart ~ -w.Al 9 Iry 0// kvmph u ' " ha DUBUFFET~. MOTHERWELL LOUIS,STELLA,LICHTEN STEIN. LEGERMAGRITTEERNST KIROHNER,CALDER.OEKOONING,ARP, and ombers. Interest In purobase of fine gualiry pieces. (By Appointment every tlay) 8525296 B.LewlnGellnles 266 N. Beverly Dr. Bevmly Nllls Select work by the groat Masters of Mexico RalaelOORONEL,NIERMAN.RulinoTAMAyO. CarlosMERIOA,SIQUEIROS,CASTANEDA, MARTINE2,2UNIGA, (Tues.Sak10-5;Sun.1-5;Mon.e.e.T-10) 210-5789,550-1852 BowedrGalkO eaas Melreae Place Ieu La ciene9q A special exhibilon or oils and waler colers by PAUL LAURITZ, intemationally known Southern car/ornia aniat. (Nrs.Mon-Prl.'.IILSalurday~12-6.) 655-3]23 228 LOSANGELES
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9z for Simon. I hope the next Ihina he a'rims is n funnv letter firing h'scIf az a .avln" dlrccto Tik`v /6, 1 i from hlv I-q.d.~„I ,. und a r fr m o I'n 1bia ~ .+ ftn n Rav t L'alc nc,mall up nnd u u ehaze the i I e of Polnnsk'i s Intcstfilm, The Tenant-a Glm thvts , .ul up. In fact. arri.inv at the title in this n ,.es a lot morc srnse than the n Then add a knife, ae,ipon that seems to be ominouslv presant in all of Polm s film , pur It c i htlcflv the hands of the main charactcr, a sui~ cidal paranoid, then have tkat chatacer pnrroccd sclf-induluently bv Polanski. F_cxcute it oll vcr5 bad1Y. und ycu hmz le that u Inmrared, angqaudlcnce .alks out of with perh:-ps only tt.o thoughtv that Polanski seems to have vsettling thing for knicea end thatcou have been forced to coetribnte m Polamki's search for mental hulOt. The fact mnt Pomnzk( himseh plar, thEs bizaac part mkes the morie look un- ,,mformbly like so c fomt of private therap}: beczuse ef thls, wben the storv dizi gratex. u darir.. w,ais wro2 with thc mo.ie so much ns whaCs v with itvi c eutor. Zhe Zbnmeropens wirh Polanski as a mft~pokcn_ pnssive clerk tning to rent from Sbellcy Wlnters the Paris apav- rnl of a letbcm wha has tried to com- mtr sukfdc by lesping through the bulld- s sR_llghc Polnnski doesnt know the airl, but he vislts her vnrywey in the bor pitak When he scu him, she screams i and dies - and he apartment is hi He moo-zs in and finds her aakcup ic the drswer, her mbc in the cloat and nne of her meth in the wnlll we sub.equcmly neetsome of the wcird characrer in the bulld,"e. induding the owncr. plaqed by Do I In .. •p -radofth 6- This I i: R _i Hnb e thnkn ' t h j st mou. Rhn; he .:ho-gh iS pnt on the ma4cup and ara dr.--~ and soon he Gnds one of h'rs ~ t, _ 41n the weR Lts2ad of think- ~ 'Ataybc he's Imasining all this, like tLc character in Repnlxion:' we think, _tvny aont ae at the endPolumkis unemFred st islikesomethin_eyau seem he iarr-ps through the same s6yluhl iu a. .af,er hinin¢ are ¢ronnQ he drngx . If hack up to his apstment a rrsend dCev il n trying t0 =et it riehr. If Zfee T,enarn was indecd som=_ klnd ef thectpy for Polenski, he shuutd he paylne the uud'muca to look nt Ifmi. l, however, aouldKr took again for any price. 0 BEFORE AND AFTER It is tirne to experiment with ,e.rr- 111. 289 1fem seo>`a y"sn ~ ~ ALNI1M9/111 tB05°0B S~-_ ___ _'S 225E MAIN ST YOU'LL GOPHER WALKER BUERGE FORD! ee wooo oiii~: re cvnu $ HOW DOES YOUR RXI9RNG SUIT FIT TIIIS YEAR? ] U53U Lftlle Santa Moni Lns Angeles 90025 Rfttg: 47M1-9599 .B.THaEtES 201 7fllillC'1Cf l 16e.u0' m9nP.dnd 1 t0 I iel..i., and 'ler drinks. / ,. eatero,~ic~unrJ WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS 613 $. Spring St., Los Angeles, Caibrnla 90014 tvW 2-4186-FREE DELI VERY LUXURIOUS 3-PC. "SEVILLE" VELVETEEN KING SIZE GROUPING BEDROOM SET Cr..t..n wl.ywnt atma.pho, with this tup>rUlY MWpn.J 9rwqNg el MII veNauen 'v[ir[Mimaeuov~'rm xin[nrCreeeSia Yh.Lt
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A G.-~,---) .:.~.. ~:'':`~\C:•. I\1{I\ HANDBOOK OFSOUTHERN GHLII OHNiA CAMPGROUNDS Whelher your idea of camping is iu5 your tent und %enr intu yaur Volkenor taking off in a luxury motor home, just two hours from L.A„ more or less, c n have you settled into a site chos n from a rast c section of The art of Oriental Rug weauing n craft that has withstuod the test of tfine. An Oriental.ug speaks ofuncientelegancein modern deco.. See us for the finest in old and new handcrafted Oriental Rugs. At the Orientaf Rug Exchange you lectfrnm thebest. We aLso ofer repairing, clenning, and purchasing seroices. Oriental Rug Exchange 339 N. LaCienega Blud. Los Angeles, Calif. 90048 (213) 657-1633 wouLDYA BELIEVE A REAL 13ARGA10! ~ THE OUTLET I OFFERS LADIES AND JUNIOR FASHION APPARELAT RIDICULOUS LOW PRICES. CN SOME ITEMS 80% YOU CAN SAVE AS MUCH AS OFF Pants • Skirts •Tops - D'esses Suits • KniDmee~ Co-ortlinatee, etc. Less than Wholesale Prices '. Fantnry Sa'nplcs r_ctcry Sary cs 16531 Sa. '~ ~r,. , u.3w-a- '. -~.0a . a Blvd- LcnR Be mf. 42P Long 6~~~ ~ 4.b.65P9 DAILY10AId5PA SAiGRDAY 10 ALI to 4 PM teaaln: rnountams- desert or beach. Except for peak seasons, when it's better to have planned ahead, therc's no reoson not to just pick up and go- Only remember that there are more than 350,000 recreational vehicles (RVs) in California alone-and that s nor count- n3 the people who rough n-so plan cordingly-The following will help you ptepare for confingenciea in case you find your first choice jam-packed o clesed. (Some campgrounds close quite spoutanevasly when there's a fire o aeather hazard, and others allow only linlited stays of, say, one or two w<oks.) As a rule, public campgrounds assign sites on a firsr-camee fial-served basis. A few stare purks will accept reservations, 'ually for the more developed sites. These c n be booked either through Ticketron. 6]0-1242 (that's the main mber-they refer you tn Ihe venrest otHec, wherc you otake you 1e atiou in person), or by writiugthe ~state Departmeut of Parks and Recreation, Box 2390. Sacramento 95811. Reserva- lious mny be made >a much as 90 days in advance, and Tleketron has a$1.50 fee that must be paid with the camp- site fee when v u make the ruervation. For prlvete ca pgrounds. reservatlons m are a n,:s[ and c n be made by calling fi directlv. Ticketron. fioweveq a Sosereeo, Saococe I 'Iem . nc:panIhat later this year private parks wIG be iucluded In its services. Peo~~. 62 years and over should in- qn,~e ut Goldeu Age Passports, u. .. a 50 per cent discount on - ad othcr re t se fees :I parl Thesepasses are vailable with proof of age from Na- ronm Park and U.S. rorest Service ofices. Also available is the Golden L_alc Passpov, S10 a ycar, providing free enrry to the holder nnd aay guests. Cheek to see whnt fire pennits, if aoy, and roles apply ut thcsite where yottll be mtping. State parks prohibit the gather- ing of fallen woed for bu'dding campfrev whilc in Foast Service c mplo:nds'. ... ...,. , :cht h npcn. tr _ e nnt o pxrks sell thcm. At other parks or forests, flrewood can be had for t11c findine- onlcss otherw(se posted. A campflre per- mit (fxee nt any Nalional ForestService office) is reqnired if you go to any South- crn California trall campsites. P Tians af the National Forests are crosed during the fire hazard season (]uly I until the first rainfall), which means that in times of low fire hazard you need an entry permit (free from the district ranger) In order to camp. Bccanse of this summc's drought and the consmnt possibfTry of fires, it's aI- a best to check the simation al all wav eampsitx iu advance. As a precantion, beil or treat nny drinking waler taken from natural so sPetsare permitted if kept on a six- foot leash und ioside a tent or enclosed vehicle at night. They are usually not allowed on trails or in beach arczs, and dogs must have a valid license and pruof of rabies inoculation if over five months old. There is usually a chnrge of $1 per pct per night, and the rules are strictly enforeed. Uvless otherwise indicated, pets are allowed and cnmpgronnds are open all year. Also, the fees listed are per car per day. Angeles Natlonal Forest The northemmost section of the An- geles Natlonnl Forest dne.so t boast the dramatic highlights of the southern dis- aices, but it does offer beautiful camp- ' country. There are many camp- grounds c groonds around Lake [Iughes a d Bouquet Reservoir, and several just uorth of Cnstal< Lakz Pyramid Lake Recreation Area is wotth a ge-see, but is for dzy tlse only. In the southern portion are Ma Wil- abserfztory, Iv[t. Reden-Powell, at ibetop of which is the Ancient Limber Pine Forest (1,O0U to 2,000 years old), bfc Baldy (at 10,064 feet, the highest peak in the San Gsbulels), and the San ~ Gabriel Wilderness. For an overall per- spectlve, first-time visimrs might want to menndcr along the Angeles Crest Highway, fronl La Canada to Big Pines, which touches on these and many other points of interest with plenty of camp- grotltlds erld V'stas along the WAy. F.ATIOYAL FOREST 5ER VICFS: Cail 9"l9-0050 for further information about these and other forest c mpxites. Artesian Spring, 18 mi. NE of Saugus oR BOUquet Can1'on Rd. Open May-Oct 8 154 .05=v]9°°
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.,' /// 1 ~ 6unch vr. Dmoer Cocktails QmiyAKo Sea G'ave ~i RESTAURANT Our5necl.IV •PLAMNEDSEAFOOD• Select Wine Cellar Black Angue Beef Intimate Fantail Bar F13R & SEAFUUD Llaeimvarye rbO6Veuur.BaularaM Ruervaticne'. t..,... assaeoo ~ e~~f ~ TA~ r, Fine Dining in the robust tradition oE3hakespeenan England nra Pwy, at Velle_rr Ctrcle Off Ramp W aadlund nNS Caliternia (zta) uaa-avw Continental dining overlooking the take i WESTLAKE VILLAGE '~. 32l'2SW.L:ndenuCanyonRoar3 I (213) 889-8300 ~ I the Immediom postwar ycars, the c!ub's forwnrx +wr,cncJ. Onc remon was ikat many oC the cl~ oriyinal numbers dld not mwrn apor thc ~.var. Not rhat my hnd been lost in battle Ithough a fcw ) Tc PI d opoM cut - ~ tco •I,1 I.r. ..od I F coh. I ac I debroad m i srk i nl ls. AndpoaaarHOllirroodwasddierenC ~ Itwasnolongcrthchappy-go-luckytmvu i it had once been. It hnd hlt a dry patch, brought on by the infant Television, which wac thc begi nnlog of a lon3 down- ward slide Ihnt snw former htgh-priced studio emplpyces permuncndy out af work. By 1954, cen the club's founder. Mllmn Holmes xs o longcr around. Dcc u-e thc tennisbisiness had been slowdunn., the x. , Holme.s', who'd p otsl "In t so teunis articles forFq ir unda hoyto boakonthc game. turned s ously to writing. With the ecmuragement nf Rilly Wilder, who helped him develop a story from an idea he had about a gamhler, Holmes dashed off a novelene called b6- Luckc, which Cannopolirnn pubrished and Columbia Pictnres bought as a Cary Grant vehicle for u Iar_ee sum. Wlth a screenplay by Holmes, tF.e picture became u hi4 ond suddenly the former tennis player had a whole new care goinS for Ium as a sr vdter andpmducer. Not surp5singl y, Holmes lost interest 1 in m aging a tailine_ tennls club aud sold out tc his three partners- This Ieft the elub without anvooe to rnn it, fot Vines and Perry had never been any- thing but Hzureheads who occasionally played tennis with the movie stars, and F d1'aznnderth hislztese.entia, too old to b a ager. wos A success on of solaried ...... ers tried to keep the club on its feet in the s bctwccn Holmed departure and yc,r the time thc menfiers themselves took o But mrse who succeeded Holmes had neither anv real interest in making 0 of the place nor the k ncw-how. A, result, the clnbhonse and c ufts be- e mn doFn. lhc dioiag mom w, closed eed replaced wilh a hambutgev ber_ and many of thc r~ ting m bcr _ and started playing tcnnis at the Weslside. Then, jnst when it secmed the BHTC had to Cold, [uro well-hccled membess- Lestet and Ale< Deutsch, whp had made a fortune in the electmnics business dur- in3 the mat-saved the property from I foreclosure bv buying it ounighL Then mtat t zation and revitaliza- tion of thc dub~they sold It back to the erabers, w, o decided to run it them- selcessuccessfully, as it turned put. The new membet-owned BHTC, run by a hcard of discmrs made up of able businessmen and lawye¢ ues soon Dine on the I Continent. This may not be your ynr fpr thre= mnnths in Eurovm Edon't de ,fso t t.- . D- t R ta I I and e.inrthexorldofTf dedterania. The atmosphere ble I ds thr S t of Spain and France and Italy, with all their warmth, romance and color. Luxurious plants.lnvltingfireplaces, and secluded grottoes enhance the feeling. But the real plraure begii ~you declde which specialty -.i orde.r. Will itbethegreatm . amb, tnrned slowlp on ehe c~ sph, then carved at yoar i table7 OrTh, breastof duckling, crisp and succulentonabed ofwild rice. ~~ One n/ght sample the big Snmmshshrimp, ~ , Il flamed in brandy. - - ~ Or the ptarched Dover soie, stuffed with shrimp. The Med terrzn . is at 134 No. La Cenega peverk Hllis- Dinner from 5 p.m. (213) 652-bbb6 for reservations. 11 ED11E13111111 \ wood Villaqe.121314V) ]996 w.. L A.(2131629 239] •ur Lunchanddinuer ~ ta..noGEe=s 217
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For Fine English Period Country Furniture-Stores You'll Enjoy and Prices You'II Love. The Queens Head 250 Broad.eay Iaguna Beach, Calif.92561 714/497/1991 6320 cnmmuaore Sloal orive Los M 21931/1091 9el3/m, Calil., 9009B re ~ ~ Q1D8^~ ~ C^wr9e.. ~ Pk#rs m Sanra Men pr Wa11rY ia arly mrn C. Pnq6T mrnun2 ana ecceswicc r gmnems Jlrevl lmpone.s IWmoG Is why re vbccwamrs Iwe wr ptlceet, v,. Wholesale 4pnmes .,elenme oauv lo 5 2411\IainStrect I Santa Nlonica. Calilom ia ~ 121313BB8351 ~~ d The BeMern Gallery lroso venwra Bma, Encino Flne Inveatnterl grecY'ics ty CFAGALL. MIRC, PICASSC,MARINI.HtIVDERTWASSE9. oALI,VA3ARELY,wAFER,9OIILANGEH- CALDER, NEIMAN. ROCKNELL, 2UL IGA, OABTANEDA,LECONA- Impresslonlstlc palnli0gs nnd wetercclms byDONNA N.SOHUBTER 1158°.f19o3] artl HANSEN DUVALL PUTHUFE /18fi-19T2). (Woaaar11 -s: Sun, 1-5) 9gc-e3s9 Pasquale lennelll Fine Arts 1155 N. Le Clenega Suile ]U5 Los Angeles gal lery tllreclcrJac4 Rutbery, Fine original grapMCS from IOe 1fi1] ce to ihe preeenl ror tne ccllector. In DUrer, Rembranal, Gova, Corol Tls FBiningec,BeckmanO,Neltlo,K1l,3 Plessso, Malisso, Mlra Masson.Oba Beoue RcuaulL Appel, Hunderl Olsve,FClon. AI1.ZUni3a, Burk antlPica ss. Byappclotmentem 85g-]822 In San LencHCC In17 a3s2Y/1 SerentlipllyGallery 11fi]Bto Berrlnqlon Coutl (al SunsMj BremwcoE o1K.MOTI,trpm.J . o ..-- o1SC.Calllc elchings by Magn111cen1 GALLERIES . m am-=lo-. .:gbr pm.cl~er ~: pm~al ALIerGallery ign H.NOEeoOrive Beverly Hills Crlglnal wc.ks by oEKOONING, CORKY, RIVERB.INDIANA CHAMBERLAIN,LESLIE GOOONOGGH,LESTER.:OHNSCN,BOB IlaoMPSOrv ertl nlsbrlc ene pre-histcrN AmeScan Intllan arls. (Mar Sal. 18-a) Galeen Haniela Galleries AmbaasaaorNCle1 Internalmnal water oolors by Lionel Felninger, Marie Laurenoln, Millard Sheets, can ua. Laurence Ssson. Raoul Gu1Y. Pop Hart, Camille Pissarro, PaulNe Polk, Phil Dynk Altredo Ramoi Marlinez Grigory Gluskma vPeu nRUb anefotners. (BCmn9/ npur5 Me n. FI ~ 9-5 pm., closed Spl.] 30i-a033 Celsea Galleries 1339 W. Wsshington BIVG. Venlce (Acroas from the Marchant ol Venice) Cprmetuses'. CORNELIUS OOLE, BILL DAVIS PCOEPT ENGLc. PEDRO PEREZ, cHARLES L'_iICH. Polllical selve, tl-SMngd pa1n11ngS aoG scwpmre. Jwy Ps-Aruj. 19. (oPan DaBV 1z50 m. 1 lesed Men,I 399-1771 The Milk Company 34 Waabington 51. Marina Eel Bey A mulfi-level shopCing oxpedeno9lealudnA r[tle Gsllory, exclun9 o11S wsler colCrs, snd ocrtrslls cn cpmmla;or by CORINNE W EST HAdTLEY-o' ilhvood scu'plure by BORIS KuTOHLKOVas well as a supedm cenecflCO 01 golo and sllver)ewelry-Oilt shop meos and leaieesnurpuenraranluredpn2noaam .. rocenifany11E1 sgc gcel 225 LL....r, _.s
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ESTATES & PROPERTIES nPanemSonmAfomca -_FadeaDewtnBeiz.lyM~tv p-rts JFredSandsCauvry- The Santa Monica Mountains are bounded by Fred Sands nsiders know that the best parts of Los Angeles incude the communitles in and around the "magic mountain;' - cammunities such as Brentwood. Bel Air, Westwood, Bev- ar.y Hills. Chevlot Hills, Santa Monica. PaciIIc Palisades, Malibq Encino and Shennan Oaks. These are the terutores we've staked out as Fred Sands Country" because here we can offer choice tree-shzded neighborhood-.', largz ..ell-bui8, attractively-landscaped homes: conven:ent shop ?ing; excellent restaurants; good schools; clear air and the rapid appreciafion you'd expect from all those good things. Here, we work with quality clients who appreciate he of a home in z desirable arez and malntainlt accord.ryiy. Here, we know lenders eager to finance competStive- ly where their iovestment is so secure. We know the area's top tax and legal people to better help our cGents (many of these experts have also been our dten¢). And of course, we know the area's mest professional salespeople- because more toan 150 of them areours. ObvIDusly and deliberately, our ten5tory is limited. But we know it well. That's why we sell upwards of one hum dred-fiftq niliAon dollars worth every year Our favonte areas around the Santa Monica Mountains may not be for everyone-but if you're already here and waot to move up _ or are not and want to get in - call the people who kcow the territory. Fred Sands Sells Nice Neighborhoods - Ercfusioely REALTORS 6RENTWOOD- BEVERLYHILIS- PACIFIC PALISADES - ENCINO- BELAIR-WESTWOOD SUNSETSTRIP-CHEVIOT S4vTAMONICA-MALIBU SHFI2MANOAKS 1I95ISant$nnneBoulevard 9100Sonto?Aonl©Boula.aed --Roulo,mud 15416Ve~wraBou!eveai .-~;IF:Nd H?F-I1a5 . _ 9'4l{;C?
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P.V FOR TAE CII-N YI Fl CRBRIV RanGy P Tot COFFEE 1 RauJi OR OPENERS" . bol65LIB90 65x-ISLL 1I1 MEENTERTAINYOO fl'EU PARTY ENTERTAIVLIENT. Fvn. Pmlcelooal HandwYU:nba .: e0aufheY. P51-~16]. Ine~mcnnn L ESTERTAIS.M 9tl6tl59A . ~ i ~~ORUON CAmcATUR `COJSF.TOTHECABARET... ' 15[ YPI9 3THEATRE" ,...,_...._...._.. ~... Cltlt A I IYL V_HYI('6.Y ART BSRTI JUSTFORtIIILIIIU_4 cLARLe 10 9F'AIl tVT.IAC.' YJC pERTORY- 1 1AI eI U I'1 V ln CO VISIT <VII 1AGtFLkING - F.. 9ulppe ..i ~_n.:hlea¢ I',NiLS/SPAS B ed, ~ ~ ~ ~ . rmneRS: c p ~pt 8 uE-]Aazzl 3 C. I CATERING-BARTENOING I ROVNT1EVL GOURMET a.EALS tnn.ed m. ynu I iv loan Barnea ant Mcry Rood Phone /or tm
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:,ndhew¢+h,tpp.. .,vhilc.dfmrr j . Ih bI_. . Ih 1= ont of b-lly Ia,dl,g n the o•3>fan1y. Thcn what do vau do nmv^ Ecen the booze couldli t quench his thirst. Durine- hls second hiatus he beean m feel de.ad i{ide He becnme mnciuced that ho ould m.rve m Il.c hishfe wimout re- outsr lo alcohol. So four years a_o `I unppcd drinki2 and beean grnwlne up . smotionallv " ' ftwnsnotmuchbslertltntithappened: ..I wnsillinein Incdresain¢ room dur- a loae wi between s sand i started fecling sorry for myselfbedmse , I wasn't Iivin3 in Vew York and playing •' in Ibe theater-and then it ,Iruck m tbat I could do sontethine about it. I , r plnnned to be u rich televison ac- ~r, e but here I was. I tald mvself what I ,Savc m do is xeta pla,v going herl and dlreu it and net in iC He took uetion at ortce. He hlred crelptv and asked her to find him a thrnter in which he could put on a play as soon es his third hiutus started. Shc found the oxford Theauer and Icased it for torv mooths'. on February L 1975, he wcnt into rehearsak with the first I AAT pmdtmdoo- 1111 Halrc Ape. He pluyed the Iwd. Yank It cost him ' i'_SA00 po put ov rhe play. It was an exhllurntin. experienae. He houeht il wonld end in lune when h. rewmed m Tbe 11'atrons, bm b} then Ihece w eral sc ae of people in- ,nmea .~ d noncdy wanea to ,ze it disuppee~ ~mse it went en. I,ow, when WaVre pcaks of future produations at rhe theater ou Oxfocd Slrecc there is a lieht in his eyes. Hc talks of the imporlant production Ihis rall of a aew play by Rlehard Jordan, The L'znas of Mensdien Falls- Waile de- cribes it ns Oar Towrz wri¢en by Jean (;enet. "II takes place in e courvoom which ould be n Ihernpy=essiou or a classroom. The judge-well. he could be a psyeho- nalvzt or a professor. A woman is an r'ml. bw wc're no¢ure whelLer u mnrder rred. Mn; be the man isn't dead. Or mvbe it was sufcide. It's a mamre, bmLaot, uterate play.° Arid it has a very large cast, of counc. dod it will be frec, which mkez Relph Teaitc vcrP happy inaexa. LAAT is t 1089 *t Ox/ord .1r S trt Ees ?[A i frSr - [ .-. T ucs [ d "drI yr . . rhe - of fou - . ..a / Lnrodnv. Friduv ar:,:-r„nvdr aird 2.-JO Sm.days- Hukc.es.'~ .. -om t.Lweing C6LSSU0. A World of Quality & Beauty Is the world of Rugs InG, and It you're e discriminating buy- er of fine rugs and tapestrles, It's yeur world too- We have a large ection of unbellev- ably beautlful mgs textlles at our store, all of wblch are mzde with that Flne 'Old Worldquarty maCs s hard to hnd these days. Such as 6ou- kbara. Melas, OusPak, ShWan, Kazak, & rapestries. We also take pride in the pUallty of the other s9rvices we proVlde, / SPECTACLES, ETC. 2 LOCATIONS IN CENTURY CITY 552-1193/277-3032 uch as restsraticn and mng, s 60, if you are coneid- ering tbe purcM1ase of an oriental o avaio rug or tapr estryl or If you have a rug lor sever- zq to selP, ar even it you have a rug that's getting a little soned o orn and needs to be cleaned or have a little restorative work done on it, ycu awe It ta yourseif lo drop by or give us a calL You'll be glad you did. ~Tm of Encino A unique salon specializing inonly oneservice-removing unwanted body and facial hair by waxing. Our treatments are quick and comfortable and we invitey~outo 71lAVxihl& Encino t]003 Venmra Blvd. 768-4a46 Two HIrx45 Wesl af Raiboa 81vd.
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JAGUAR .EASHES NEW BREED OF G1T. THE S-TYPE. It may well be the best-hanElingtour-passevger .. [arinthewarltl.CqqANDORIVERSays: "The suspension is amazing. It is taul but not hard, and the geometry is accurate. The car seems immune to the laws of physics:" MOTOR TREND says: "... the XJ-S feels very fla(rlndeerl under all but the most violent cornering situations" ROAD & TRACK breed of cat soon. For the name of the dealer Supplied, trom thermostalically-controlled air-conditioning to AM/FM stereophonic radio with tape deck. Drive this new stopped by four-wheel power disc brakes and balanced superbly on all- independent suspension. Inside, the rule is quiet elegance. The seats . aretopgrain leather, and every amenity has been considered and I~The emphasis is on refinement. complete silence, Itnury, comfort and general ' e, and it will run the pants off a 450SLC: In other words, the S-type is all world enpects of a Jaguar. It is powered by Ihe remarkably smooth 5.31itre 2, guided by precise rack and pinion steering with 3.2 turns lock to lock. nearest you, call these numbers toll- A~ ' ree: (800) or in Illinois 447-4700,,, 1600) 322-4400. British Leyland Mators Inc., Leonia, New Jersey "-i 01805. f!!!~~. :.:.:. .. .. , . <ii O'TVR!4ARS > - BRBN'S . Wilshire 6tiulevard i80t W ..i'y-Teverly Hills k 274-8103 . Santa M .. .:i.. a . . ,
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deeadu, Invc9ors Ilzce lo.t frnm $>tll/ million In 51 hdllmr. B<dles, lur emmple, had reportcd Yro yncntlY un Ncd lv,¢rcu Sr_ ~ Lvmcrly Nath:m Wuxmanl. whoac prr ~ - dancv+ hv.r emleded 5•••^ c•~ Thc i 19141, und put an _.iong_ . it _ I aaily with Phoeniciai --, and political cliques whde ottin_ up an em- ire that duimed to have prime land. IIc knew where the action was, Warren became the comrolllne force behind a dozen companies, and he re portedly got booster-type letters out of the offices of both Senator Barry Gald- vater and Congressman Sem Steiner on ane special projcet for ovevso.s sercicr cvlled Chino Valley Rnneheazs. But dizpite Bolles' pmdding and thc pnlioc's conclusion that the Ranchette land Ineked water, Warren was a ditTtcult fsh to oel In February 1995.the night before grand jury hearing on his corpomllon's activities, Warren's former associate. Edward Lazec n ,urdered i Phceni.v pzrking lot-four bulle¢ in the chest. o in the back of the head. He as to have been a key prosecnti0n wltness. Last rall, the most that federal prore- cutors could hang on Warren was an cc- maien eonvietiun. He was semenced to 12 ve md, while awaiting nppealL is out on bull enJoyin_e the air condlllonioga "nr 65, 12 yeva is a death sentence." savs one attorney general's office official of Warren's potential plight. StiII he is free and a und-the so,slled God- father of Arizona land-fraud schcmm- I an time to th - of , th - TE-n th R 1`' I h dq ~ t d F p isc pl s e_1 . t th fs I ed such rgan d tti s [ a d h s 163 differ t co panies I hich m k t~ ry ha d f body j to reallv fieure ont.vho's m on the action (and what the action is anyway). In I Ariz a.Empris is a major forceln the smte'aarevhoundr. wrorth 365 million in st'ale re es yearly_ Rones hud been Inro that .mry, too, tcoacior¢Iv digging, hoping whates'er he uncovered would lead to their losing tF,.::_ hold en the tracks. Fle even went to Washingtonln 1972 as an expert.v.t- t on Emprise bcforc the Sclect Com- I an Crime of the Housc nf Rcp~ r there w s the Mafia. Arizona nc know thattheOrsanlzntion dreads aicrcnt kind of heat than the kind the is be.,t known for_ Its members'Ive I': ina iorm of retirement inTuc,on- tc for 20 ycars. Thcy cvca try _coln, leeidmate. huc he o er let then fu1H enJoy Ihe sun. he was their shadow. He ndveryone knew what n a~.ltizcn musraches like Joseph Bommno were up to. When visil ine- mohters like Ls Angeles' own Among the riches of Beverly Hills is a little gem of a restaurant.e. Chez Voltaire nela., e.nyaodeoHetm.oanaruoee c~ i=,., - o- ro2am.Andnow. an . a vGarnenPallc. ocO N. Rc Orive rily H, s 213; 2730300 Sportsmen's Lodge Restaurant 30 Years of Delicious Dining 12S33VenturaBlvd. (atColdwaterCanyon) SmdloCity For reervatlons call 984-0202 Los Angeles Most Disfinguished 0 DINNER & DANCING TuesdaythroughSaturday JBDE ~ WEST notel PaareSS Hotel 13el-Air ~! 701 SfONE CANYON RD. yeeN' 9ELAI ~~R [OS ANGELES 24 ~ RES. GR 2-1211 . No N ~ ~ r, j Elegante Cocina Meilcana ~.:w;,:.~ ., ; 1 L .uzNmeSU¢ PCC k eruN Ceniee. opp rem.yebunmt . .. PdiaoenvoShubev9wew Reservatiovs: (213).556-3385 . . Dinnec..hmri 8:00pm : (GourmetSpetial) Dancing..starting at 9:00 pm (TheJaclbon/PalterTtio) GOURMET SPECIAL DINNER (For August only) Crab Meat Rolf ' BaronShnmp IDssedShreddedChfcken SirzlingRiceRoup BeejnndMushmums CnshemNirtChrcken Fried Rlce Fresh Flneapple ForJaurnrmore, add: Barbequed Pork Omelette SaeetandSourPork (Regular menu also ouaflable/. ce+.vaetes 21
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Now? If you're a smoker who has been lhinldng about 'tar' and n:cotine, here's why youaniqiFt consider snwkvtg Now. Now hastne 1.^:. t t ' _., levels available to •. orlongei 2mg -a.r,2 r-fi-ie I r_. in both filter anc' -~ icrd L:r d Now aLo c .J sl;icr. i,;,_ facacn. The flavor i: r: I I ,;;,J pleasaa' Nowdawefr.-.:~ i° ,~foracigaret so low i.-t'tar~ ar.d . _ Now has a un:,2uely de-igned fiLter that nalces all t}tis possible for the first tir..e. Compare 'tar' numbers. You'll see that 2 n;gr is t'_ne lowest of all Idng-size cigarett: When is a good time to switc=r to Now- There's no better time than r[ght now Now. 2mg `tdY' 1S lowest. ( King-size or longer.) W'arningThe Surgeon General Has Oeterminetl ~ Thai Cigarette Smoking Is Gangerous toYour Health. ~ - El: EA. MMTHOi-2.ng.' ia/'. 2 mg. nico5nr, aa. per oi,va;e by FiC r_: a~.
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sanDie rohncknphi.ehnrce.. Uut Rollc, rnld AAbnm "I dmil ermt towa.tcus.R':lo:offimcwilh.r sk- pot. I dnn a.i' I il nt' I'll lun the infarmntion '"tollvl.. .. ~nfomnP A most unusual experience in dining where plush live planq happy people and great service all grow together... p o 0 RESTAUR4NT ~ LUNCHEON . DINNER COCKTAIIS 5900 WILSHIRE' ACROSS FROM LA. COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART FOR RESE0.VAiIONS, PLEASE CALL 9JJ-83JJ Nednesdoc.Iune1-I,.IC lu . nather phanc call fram Adamsan set ting a mmfmg. Ballcc left a note in Wvn . typewriler Fefore luklne oI- 'I'mueoing in meet the guy with the Srclgcr iofarmaon at the Clarendon [House Hotel] ... Be back at 1:30 It was a hd;hr day for Boues-hts cisshth weddin_u annivcrsary. He and his wife Roszlie, a urse. were going to see All t0e Pre..idenr', Men In Ihe evening. He arri.ed at the CUrendon Ho:sse shortly beCore 11.15, and waited in the lobby for about 20 m nuks before he decided it was a no-show- Refurning to the parking lot he srarted up his ne.v white Datsun and backed up about si feet mrning righL At 11 34 v.. three sticks af dvnnmite held undet the drivei s side by a powerful m gnet exploded, mnched off bv n remote-cantrol deviw. As a r-conditioner repair n tried to put a belt tourniquet on what was left of Ealles' left less the reporter cried out a_gony, as if fearing he would die without passing e valuable leadn "They nnally gor me _ -rhe hlafla... Emprise... get iohn Adumsaa" Ot ords to that eteeca it was a time of iness confl¢ion with meny dffering reports as to exnetly what he satd. (One police de tecfive enrty on the scene wasn t mre if hesaid,"Adamsonsetme'or".Adamsnn I sentme..:') ~ Thcm wns little that was recognizablc about Rolles, blasted into a bloody mess, but at least he was alive. His billfold was taken and brought to his wife. She knew it immediately. "I gave it to Don this m ning as weddin_ anniversary gifq' she told the policeman. Adamson was an easy pickup for the pollce. He was mgged on a 1975 n u- demeamt charge of defrzuding an inn- keepet and roleesed ov $100 bond. But tlle hard guessing Seme was on An edl- torfal in the Republic on June 4 pointed outthasprend: [BOOeslsmtiesamount- ed to a litaoy of the rnncid undetwodd gamut Fraud. Connfving. Swindleta. Cozy e wtlovs between the under- odd and the nonunderv+orld. Con gzn s It was too much for someooe, cwhem- Bolles had to be sllenced." soThe Irst of IuvesGgafive s. s by Bolles was impressive-nvd long Be- sides his digging into the Mafia and Finprisc-e ButTaln outht thafs e:mjor force I the state's groyhoontl-meing amlon-md ctusing them no end of heut nnd legal Srief, Bolles had also hlown n rmerous cavcrs in the land- foaud arca of the stntq where, in n i . a/ ",ee_~ SUNSET'S LATEST ITALIAN RESTAURANT Supere AininA et infernational quali'y lamqus Italian, French & American dlshes. " -=.d a oa:neuo wmes. Mosl Major Credit Cartls Acqeptetl. Your Eosl'. Francu~ Mours'. 11 A M.2 A M. Phone For Reservations • 274-5343 9131 W. Sunset, Los Angeles Ato i2E ~ ..\lN2 \\T Fine Dining tar the Thin ot tl LUNCH and DINNER Monday through SelurAay 11 A61 to 9 Pbl 6332 West Thtrd Street In the Tow': and Counlry Cenler across from Farmer's Markel 936 815s T>,,TOWER qmp HIGH IN THE SKY P W Occidental Center /ILW 6W ~ Los Angeles - French Cuisine Reservations (213) 746-1554 r'~'~~2~~~a~y IIOGC61[O~GII/1 ~alabasas`Inn PRIME RIB und FRESH SEAFOOD COUNTRY CLUB SETTING V.Irzre Fartiet 2. to z0o 23500 Park Sor ento Drive -.x ealaeazar Feit ~ venmra F,rv- n mm.te r.om Sav oreyo FwyJUncOON Ptone:fi98681U I ContinentalService Notable Wine Cellar ~ Cocktail Lounge
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p , i Ih FI 6 nd 1 t- :.trr.t 1 I crs \ d aeme eathe WorW s6ro9st Marlauhi bos Gainperos Le FINE H6%ICdY CO[3ISLas sn.uceTr..cr.rvee ~ ESTERTAISNE] 1']1(aiTLl SHO W TLtIES ^.:k6 a:30 11:15 1:00 FORRESERFATIOSS 3S0-a0a5 2501 NVILSHIRE BLVD. LOS ANGELES MMMOM10 "~1NV GOURMET QUALITY FANCY MOLDS CLadis Glac<de Calitomia ServngRestaurant.M kts.HOtels'. (aterer Parfes Ls sandyou. 818 N. HollywooC Way (213)849-4616 9urCxnk Call(orma 91505 Gourmet Japanese Ouislne Horikawa tittle TbFYb I11 Bo. $an-Petlro SI. tos Fnqeles. Ca. Pnone1 (2,9'r6BG9355 Sou1L Coast villa9• 3800 South Plaza Or. Santa Ano. Ca. , PhoneIll1a)SL/-2531 , ?'.3 W I ih II 1111111111L _ _d d tl ou l t.. kc ~ l ....::lockcr room and vu.,ll b11, ar- Today the club u ne longer strictlv u "show-blz' club. The bulk of irs hph- med membcohip cemprises doctoa, lawyers, businewmen and accountants, with juet a sprinkline of acmrs, writor. and producer.s Ihm,cn in. On an uvcr,lge day thcrc are so many doctors and lawvecs on Ihe eoct¢ of the BHTC that one Hollywood scripncritcr 9u'ppcd, whlle twicios ln rzct on a urt himself, "How in bJl can there be a malpmctice sY l4hen do tbe aoctors have time to kllllanyoncbrtheIao}etstosuc?" One of the Insl of the old Hollywood twtd wh0 stll mrns up daily Is Gilbert Noland. sull in eecellcnt physteal shape but w longer as active on the conm as he was when he was champien of Hallywood. He p!uls bfidnc, er jm[ wn sits on rhe potio in the s • in his c drreaod, chair mat he hronutt rrom home because he doesn't Itke the p'alin furniture the mmracement provides. And Ood help the unlucky soul he fiods sit- 5ng in it when he strclls into the club to I,nvc hk lunch and read Ihc "trndes." Thnl memher c n expsl a icy stare front An:moA aod a tup on the sYOUldcr fmm the clnb's .......... a o:nponied by v reqacs to vacnm Ihe ahuV immedl- ately. Hut ane .eieran club memher who as fed up wllh R¢and3 prima doane hchavi0r pmecd up the chah us If to F.and It back to the actor and dropped it'mto the sw'Imming haol iasleaa. A ther nh I I I d. B'lI Y P lder. ~ st ntl p h's b c mp of urly30yc-owtenltbeca e apparent to him Inul ihe doctors and heycrs were mkin_ ovet.lhe spedfla thing that drove wilaer ora a a end.;ma, card he ivcd cv~ c holidzv senson from a docbr whowas a rcgular in his bn'ds -' Ihe cl'aM1- Ic w one af Ihose cnr.l ~ ram, mm feamre a comr pholnerr~n of :he senaers fam:r . mc donmc r. w.fc. a erox, ey~; na a IiM1. i_ 11 u Ion. nt I . _ 1111 r the m ... da ~ .. . . ~ns me . . i P di~l' ,zed . 5ul tree waAv I~t~t.Id ~gct tnem to xmp sendinpn ~rnln~s I Idd tben, the truth andehun.h. ,. So nnly cho!cc wts to yult the cluh. No.,~ I cn n lonk fa:w'.rrd to Christmas a Dorls Day, u mcmner dur!ne Ihe'60r. alsa had to rc 1. She wnred tc briti her paodlcs Inm'hc duilne room and let Ihen: sir at the table with hcr. Purisian GREAT NEWS! e finest desse a I fie clty 1 Cnoatrer 1 _ nnkles E eies grt tine arC ma Ize orner - now availahle in the Valley. frV8842(Offl . Come fn for a tasre Enc no Bevoly Mlle J33 ventura RI. a43 a. Rober6on 61. ~ea.u of uzluna) Isn- of olvmma 995-19)6 2)<daJ9 .........•...••••a••.... , ,G_:aO/D Va_'43 I /Ah/ 6~ 1rz.r~ CUSTOM BAKERY esnevzwesesre.sc ass-zzes TR V OUR QUICHE FRESABLE-FEHEATA6L= SVPER-=ATAr3LE . .• ...................... G'Shaughnessg's Hearty Irish Fare Luncheon • Dinner • Cockrails Live Fnrertainmenl & Danrng Phone 629-2565 Fiph & Flower Los Angeles, CaIH. Atlanllc RlcMield Plaxa
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ESTATES & PROPERTIES I =iR,? SHOw1NG... $155,000 Million $$$ View Golf Course and Valley I'aes. Elegant and serece. 3 br. pius den formal dmi ng, unlque canversallon center wllh fireplece,2Yo ba:hs_Homeln oCOlce South area. No erpense sparetl in detalnng oestom feamres. Just naled. SAL-FEALTOn61xc. ]80-3911 872 3516 rustic spanish bldeaway 3 otlrm. Hearl of Brentwood or gorgeous park-like 9ronnds. $178 000 9anVtrngl 9e10'S-1534 heEe sus ooa. You can often judge a m n by t] ompany he keepa and \11CHdEL \SA60N of the Wm. Ransom Realty Cnmpnny a BeveCy Hills, has heen keerycy, ralher good company uhesepastscveralmonths-Hehasrecenrlysho.r ealestatetosuchnotablesasMcand Mrs.lohn Burls. Sleme.NeQumn, (and Ms Ali ).Gr ., nlr, and Mrs 4oonan FIIaEer. (h fhD dL C.).Eab 5 .H1 J-((aL YI- v 117 5 lly S[ h Ea G Id. W d M lon'h 1 d iaGs f Spd r 6haes A alin.w]MoueCal ) M.F.i s F.. nLend \IVS Cord, Mr. and Mrs. Brcoks Banon. Mr ~deN'. II d R~ ..nd Mrs. Lnc Asarl (of IranandEelAir).andMrs.LoulseLp::IrGeton merly%tt--PaulGetuy). In the First Quarter of this yeer hlc Mason has listed pmpern'mr in excess ot ssx milllun I dollars, and has sold nppmrlmately 2 mlllicn. For your real estate ueeds, be rhey buying or sel ing, big o mall, why u MIohael at WM. RANSObI & ASSOCIATE9,13G EL CANINO OR. t201. UEVliRL: HIhIS, CA.90212. i I MICHAEL MASON, VICE PRESIDENT WILLI~Ill1 K1 \'SU li &JSS0CI~17~S REAL EST.dTF. (ZL3) 273 73l0 '. ELEGANT EXECUTIVE CONDO 3 bdrnLS.2-1/2 ba. EEACHFRONT PENTHOIiSE view from Palos Verdes to Maltbu, yooL jacuzzt. urlcs aeaon aonao eeac~,sr is,s0o. HEACHFRONTDUPLEX Prime units on the STRAND in N. Hermosa. 3 bdrms. 2 ba. and I bdrm. 1 ba., deluxe nrep.aces, s1vyo0o. PRESTIGE PROPERTIES MAIVHATTAT1 TO PALOSVERDES THOMAS REAITY 545-1113 Calabasas Park COUNTRY CLUB Id\7NG Lakeside Townhomes New Custom Homes Resale Homes Eroln 93.500 __. .":bl CALAOASAS REALTY CO. 4fao Park Cranada - (ASOIe Inforne¢ion Qenter) John Erwin & Assoc. 11830 CM1ayote Sta LA 90049 rs, m mO.ne44 Balboa Island Realty For information concerning listing your estate or property call Fioberta Randall Advertising 553-7601
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CURRENTLY SHOWING L I, u' R P t II t pl s- the ' Id only emn n t Id ' as a :_bt A[.Mg dAI.,.'F-hF-ttN1 PI-aPl:tc a t who e p t rcc p-d ' th plast dVI b I Y rk pl yx a t t C hit ma pp anyonx 30 A sillY Yov fil in h' hth lyq dthiuq Ih r-wC Idh b.eu b rarifplaedln ymv of the performers- The tlmen-NOt :e eGecute as 1]te t:orcist but sdll a better-than-average : ftight fi!m about a mup!rs little buy who is reallv a ltt!e devd. For rhm: raha enioy papingtoseethings the.%a uIraid to Ieok ac fvls Greeory peck-I ee kemick I srarcr brinqs off some specmcolarly spooky special effecu thaCll nu goose ', humps the size of papcarn. ", The Sailor Who Fell from erace wi0 the Sea - Sorah nrles is ccqnlsbo aa anvtive British widows and the nvde Ime secnes bcnycen her and Krk ArisrofPssov have becu hmd!ed with uncommon delicav nnd luste. But a. scene a[ great cmelty In whlch the w'idow's soo und Sis rern-a_¢c friends dissect a. cut is dwe sa gmphically thet neither he audlence ms thefilm ever qv!te recovers. ', lfather. Jugs & Speed - What may have becv intcndcd as a civlli¢o %l*A"S°H ~I about he eharnerers employed by a fos,buck ambtdnnce re .ead. x I nishmash. If testc and cnto¢aivment could be meaured likc~inrcll!gencee the IQs of the three Icnd charaacrt played by Bitl Cosby. Hanec Keiml and Raquel Welch, wovld be 39-25-36. Won Ton Ton: The Dog {Vho Seved Hallywood-ICs not quite smart enaugh to be satire and sometimes too ffrnntic to be fonmr. But director Michzel R'inner keeps the film leaping along fast enough to eatetrain kids: and with the e casting of scoms of old-nme stara, some of whom appear to be four minvtes this side of Forest Larvo, older movie buffs might be kept euga¢-ed in ttyLng to fipn:re out the face under the years. The Blue Bird Juvath L- t S. II Is R.. H t'. L H ezoa mee SmyHmtgp leff6rid ff n p k pb;}'nga h t hodoesnt eme off any lighr but be nse director Bob Rafeleon doesnt qt itc know what to do with his film-and hls perennial theme of a one e ~aho doesv't know what to do with his life - it comes out as s!ick j~ak food which kiSls the apperte instcaa of satisfyhmg h. The Yliseouri BreaK -TAarlon Brando, displnying morc ham thun Fanrsr Joltv and dressed like aAVestem Monti Rnck IiI, pbays u sadi i< Gaelic Godfather hlred bv a weAthy rancher to get Jack Sichalsan-vha p~lacL Niehalson- tVho- ~ s in charge of this fi!m,in which 9rhur penn z (L,red as director and I. ThemnslleGuane as writerr hes the climctL kd :e Vlace not onhwhile ~ one of the stars is aslecp but white the andiev.. I. iy occupied. f Robin and 3farian- Director Richard Lester hesn t r n hs charamers n pasent or future, only a pesr sa not anly do the! .e thev'ta lust pr,sing c they aLSO look like they all used to be more m.e ng- ndudng Robin. 11¢dao_Scav Covvery, Audrry Hepburn ond Richard Lcster. The Bad News Bears-In this Wa!tsr Manhmi and Tanl n O'Nud romp ~ibaut a Little Lcnvt c mnm of d Dad Fnd k d h !ebret feI bdls with foul - ne ther the cha' or the fl tI: O;e ; Id b t on the fie'd whtch is mast of he time -ii s n ball. Face to Faee-Neet to the depth of Civ Olm:mn's talec¢, the Grund Cunyon Is a dhch: but we are onl._spcetators in this tilm in which zhe plays ¢ prychia[rist who soiien a mcntal breakdown, becuuse the forces whluh hm,e ¢Ilettetl Ihe character occur prior to whzt we vice on thescreen_ This is Ingmnr BerSmuas mos scvutable 111.111. 1. the rcasons forits bcine a do..ner are atleast obvious. For Ladies Rhythmic exercise classes to music Complete and constant supervision . Vo coatram, ample padiag Yoga, Modem Jezz For Compllmentary Iuewa Call notle at9o92a12 iR6.9 WNtc nak, Enelna ~ Why the upside-down label? Because We've never been ordinary! rAMrW MIMAN/1r V I 5539411 / 8'9-251 2nd Floar, 9 W So. nermrly nrive Nlzo Cenmry Plaza Hotel amvwa:.w vm:m~.e w cmi11 no.o 1~
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IN THE BOOKSTORES The Cnmpany by lchn Ehdichman (Simon and Schusrer, 58.95). Pity p)nr Iohn, who was always a blt ont oE step iv relating to tho rrst of the enumry. Now, having dmppcd out to Vew )Iexico, he has wriucn a book solely on Ihe basls oC huving becn an oarsman aboard the ill-fated SS RLmn -ond it isn't even a ginative story. His characters are abmn as involving as Naov's swx ut _ cs, and his svntas could curl the petticoats under an Engll.h mann.s skirt. Ilappiness: The 1.11 Program. Psychmtry and Enlightenment bc Harold H. Rloomfidd, AtI1, and Robert B. Kory (Simon and Schustcr, Another nd for the M1faharishl. by the authors of TMr DiscmerOlg fnner Hnergp and Orercamfn85ver>. AVhile its main purpasC is to go aher all rhose °average midalle- class neumtlcs" who misguidedly think a psychiatrist alone c solve their problem (how's that for picking a large. suckerable audenee'). rhis is also an swer book" to Dr. Herbert Bcoson and othsrs who e e Iheit secrcts away far 95.95: "Onr medim6en is bcttcr than ynncc-md we sn(I won't mll." Crorrned Heada by Thomus Tryon (Knopf, $8.95). Mysterlous trcmmente hy aSwissdoctorpros'entumpeatarErema¢ing;aonce-famousehildacmranempts I emeback in middle age; a pasFher-prime sex symhol seela the "rezl meuning" ~ llfe. C y kill doe h bring th- In tion of - t ected s: -es ff.butts.ill otmuh o tltnaooth 4r nat£ng ew .oflfoly'-; wood-The Fromise of originality shown in The Orher is fading fast. Touch Not the Cat by Mary- Stewart (William Mocrow & Co., $895)- Stewart addicts will be eestatic to know her newest is out, bock in the traditlon of Nine Couches 4Vnfefng-with no socially redeeming fesmres, thank God. Heroine Bryony Ashley attempts to sort out her father's cryptic deathbed speecb, searches for the lover with whom she's been c cvling solely by telepatby, and tunes into the Im'cstory of a psst gcncrali m~Th ~ere are motder, mavhem, mazes, smrmy nivhts and Eoglish ~uNens sel forth In Stewan's ioimitably classy etyle. Agen( in Place by Helen Macrnncs (Harcoun Bre.ce ]ovanovich, S8.951. If the agent is still in place after reading this suspenscless spy nonlhriller, it is only be- anse he has fallen asleep-Naybe because we've had ene too many Cold War tales, ,avbe becapse newspaper reports of CIA and FBI domestic espionage hit eloser io home, even when Macfnnes' plot thickens, and double agenrs turn etrt to be dastardly triple agents, we don't much care. Los Angeles on $$00 a Day by Feme Kadkh and Knth'.een Kirtlaod (Macmillan. 38 95)_ If you have some innperahle need to know where Zsa Zsa shops. Dinah play- Paut Newmmt eots or Spiro Agnew sleeps, maybe this little (193 pae_es) anlteslo of ostentation wlllnuerest ~rou-Few surprises for local hig spenders, but an deal aidebook for your cousin in Trenton who will never get airv closer to Hcllywood than Atlantic City. blurder at (he ABA by Isaac Asimov (Daubleday, $]95)- While a whodunit ~ abont death at a booksellers' convention mav seem a bit musty at fint, Asimav , brings it off wittily and rastcfadPThis is en: - udr want to put down, and its short emuah and reads fan ~ neugh so that yoi won't have to. The Rellamy Hngu hy John Pear"- rP--- e° 95). A noble but failed attempt tomakeaclassym.el(SbThe' ,. ^itofthelircefSirRichsrdand Ixdy blar)orie Bellanty w Upr- . Tl.r book only m mdly re sentbleslheTVSCriaLwthVfr ... I . m.t. ~ehortshrift. Lama by Dnnald Zochcrt (RCgnn The first blography of Laara rngalls 4Vilder, complementing her o - ohtcal Llu(e Hame beoks_ Rure photos. new re.elations and a leecinatina at,ulr5is of whether or not Wilder's :ales o ompenmte for the o etabundant sntlmemaliry. A€ood mddmc tc TV s rcvoltlngly distorted Llyde House an rhe Pralrie- Three-Time #1 Best Selling Novelist. Now, Her Fourth. DOLORES -i he W orld's Most Beautifui Woman. She Would Do Anything For Love-Or Money. ANYTHING! ur;i.n~. .jru 'Q ~ ` WM.MORROW $6.95 HUNTER'S BOOKS 463 N. Rodeo Drive Beverly Hills, Ca. 90210 274-7301 Serving the West since 1851 DOLORES Pleaseseaa ' piesal5695. Add 5 4? lax (Cxld and F.6o pos:age Neme . _ Atldress Clty State _ Zip p Remittance endesed. I] Charge my Hunter's Account Ma sler Charge; Ba n kA metl rurd a - Expiralion date ....,Auu._- 189
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Ffousc, Is ohom¢mfo. John is newly n I s h ter d Nfoo. . p art form ~This began to happcn after years of rwo-month vacatians, each nnrowly Inc.edo a particularperrofthewarld_ the ~ hlediterranenn, Kyoto. Vicnna, Peria, Budapest, Athens. yVhen the Conways first acquired rhe Farm House, they starfed fimnishiug it in a way no farmhouse on the planet has ever been furnished. The ull.cr and antiqces are from their o n famiGes. lic ehandeliers are fmm ltith-centurv Holland: John started searching for them n&cr becoming a of their exis¢nee In the pvintings oF Vermeer. It is John who supervises faod prepara- tion, rotating selections the w ny an art ¢allety mtates f[s exhibits. There is only n n a time. "a practice which perm[tsusto prepare everything from cmtch.' Bm peuvrv can hvve a choice bv selecting the day or month of their isit Ocmber, for example, concentrates n the r nnl c slnes oF Ttnany. March is Middle East. In April the Con- wavs celebrme the birth of Buddha with East Indian curries and sambvls. Mny ix Classic Greek Of course, the mtkt in John Con- uay tends to get bored with eny rmutlne. He will flavor an evenlne en a momcnt's whim. Thus it was that our lamb had a touch of old Persia in early Jone. With his ;alads, he mny suddenly Ict every- thing hang out. There were no less than ]0 salads ready on our pvrficNar evc- anging from an appetite-whetting bit of Papaya Slaw to German Lentil, Farm House Banana-Raisin, Chinese wuh Scsamc &ed and Chinese with Sez- -eed. There would have beer, a specivl all-EmII salad, but John scratched it at the last moment since a certain seedlesz gape hadn't yet arrived. Naturally, the is preselected for you by the Con wine wey - a Fish must comc streleht trom the Strairs of Iuvn de Fucv-Evch dvy there surprise fish or pasta wurse, along with a special soup. The Conwnys womd aot discuss pdce zoy more Iban thcy would discuss mcnu. Hct the bill w not severs our dinner for two was about 525: for reservavious (impetative), call (206) 385-141L. When xe finally left the Farm House. breakfast was the last thing in the warN wanted to think abouc Not so the ext mo when the seent of Ethe! Eamn, fresh-baked bavd waRcd our '. To r v tlr t Eth i b kcs fresh brcad F breakf t'- t -I rw!e the fact_ She bakz evervl kinda of bread o turn-of-the-century wood stove. And when yotire sitting right there at the COME TO EGYPT WITH NILE TOURS A6 Caysol ~npaalleletl teautJ any splendar fnOl vAll lea.re you IotaWlntm~ Al - - ce.~..~.. rorthsla- y Iran9ers,':rJrronreeal ' pase 'sltle bip to Ne Soez Caoanx oplbnal. Call lor detai!ed biochurs. SAN DIEGO'S newest island Spedacular Bay b'ieavs Txn Sheralon Hotels . One T nvelodge Vrne Restearanls e Three Coffee Shap FightSpors e BoatRentalse Fishing Bwimming . Sailing . Bicycle Renmis !131273-1.354 tc~& WE DIDN'T USE (115ED?1 TO BE DIFFERENT Ata.ieCime moslholelswere!rkeus walkingaistense...and,thePacifiutkean . a M1os.e!ry of tolal uhrm and vur baak yzN. mhaapltalllga3ra and There angermanyhote!sllkeusr attenfive slalf genuinely concerned Pmhaps there should be morel Vifit us. abnateacngnesrsaeeda.aeecarat mar xr lerLA JOLLA'S xrler and elegan L`~~^~ Todey, opr dmrreeny mad...... < IeE'/ guesraoomeprovltleviayoeature ~ o,tnn._fheyare thenewe9mla ~Ied" ~ lulla. We boast three o/ la Jol/a i finesr mstauranla and mnsr of la uJZ r_ .. .' ~om lal,sat i ..a 1s h kw afakly- dlp/ ' ~ _ar :. 1 _ l'eeirg, ded «/1 risur NILE TOURS 9353 WBShIIe 91W.SUlIe 2C9 EereMHIIIS9o210 ~ noaeles nu r: r ne shops are w n n .( V /
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Innafime hcfore thac in 171 2, whilu on a o rmi nfromtheFlriti, - pprcrnntcnt ~ uSrv rrf-~... , elshn. ,'u: t homes. complcle I walks, turrets and p nmc nghtl ir n. Bur the boom acnt btur . I in IS90, zna Port Tnwnsend settled I a ceumry thnt wonld come to be highli,hred by ~he annual Rhndodendron Fessvall and the twiccn-year tmnrs of Victorian homes, mnst of Ihem slill pri- uiitelv awncd- Thc present populstion totals 5.e00. Two spired private tesi.dences-lhe nld German Consulme and the Chile:o censnmre-mB yoc of the dream that ril in he. Apurt from the ntoncr. hrought ip by vsirors and o of I second homes, the oue blg lacel payroll I ce 1928 has been that of he nearbv Cmwn Zellcrbseh mlll. Hr itsglpry days, the )amcs House wns the homc of Francis Wilcox lemes, whose specielry was tnoney- He made itl -_h'pp'ng and I.t t an1 '-ot twhne t stthetfic la bc -E r IIy h aI own f M1 t e be S ttl d-would [ n me,t1 Cuoa x h lr the 3 mes Llo se a k's pc¢pn I y MI of emplre in 1882, but by the 19COs, the rerzal old mansipn had been broken up iam eight less-ihan-regal apartments. Then, In the early 1960, whlh salt an ihe zsecutive payroll of Quaker Oats in Lps Apgeles, Bill Huton wnndered intp Port Tpwasend dunng a vaczuon, and marenpon chanSea his mind abont whet he wznted to do with the rest of his life- ' He bpu¢ht a motel- and made a niche for himself in this Victorian mwa A real estate friend got him to take a look at the James Hanse. The slalrcase within the old min caught his eye, and he made pmtagenns hia:' sure to he reipated. . ONV it wesn'e For the next ei_eht yez" Rl: En-n, thcn Bill nnd Ethcl Eoton- _-otofthzlrwakive_honrx-and of the motel Income-recprstructing . . I°-r lehin¢ the lemes Hnusz. u done. and )ra to e_rve you an I mhai it is like to ovemighr there, - ribe Ethel's special Ipve the Briani iui¢. The gleaming woodwork of a ma Inificentheadboard matchzs the . Frame , f a foll-Icngth mlr or between the „m aoa the fireFlace-Coumcrpnim- ", this is mv2 li«le eha~nber v 2 wi~h a senea inti m for two, upholstercd in red velvec Windows look ow upon the o Occaaanm of the BriMl Sulm. whchcr an a hnnevmoun or a pre- or p.at-honeymoon, are served whh eham- pug , pf ihcit choia. Once settled, we mok a Icisumiy be[uredinner walk. which brought us m the Chinese Tree of Heaven, idst down In the world of scuba there is onlyone Mauna Kea. BIANCA ENTERPRISES INC. On Hawall's unspoi'ed Rig Island. With blue Pacific water, rainbow bsh and coml reeis. Wlth flowered cotutyards, terraces and gardrr.,. A goIden beach, greatsoIf,tennk,sa'a_ ,eoackrid- o, and quite iantasL_ ~c,.,re. IXtzuua Kea's Scuba Special, from Aprll 18 to D - Tber °^ ,. 5 dav~. 4-'4 r..nm k.. . ~ dmncrs, mI scuLaIIdD, ~- . for ia, ~ , er pe^3) . . e or 1 ~.a sm¢I. sk IilorarryL ~ - ~ I L A ele' 1 o5J- ob r.:.er York21 SOnCI r,nv^~rn iccn 9ntheBtil- doflIa - - narke.iny. vsulGng aq erpprt import mmpany with ext~Aectdetrlhu- t¢sfep rd expenenpetl agents in tne Mlddls East & Near Eastern cour:nes We deal in chemicals, maohlnery. o structipn matenal cprth mnvmg epuip- . megn:, ecricu;tural mechlnery. ;Ice, Ippkar. -ereal_.cattle.sheep-and are Iny fpr jnint verc.ures in the fields of farming. 4renspcRtlpn hot¢IS nDSels, sefan aris, armasandotheramuse- merrt eGlltes. -prvrthErlnfprma5pn regeocn9 t . entures in the MCtlle East = i ress NaarEast,pls0sepontapr Jack N. Yuunesi, President 190011venue uf the Stars Los Angeles, Calif.9006) 1213)553-5.93 -553 5854 Cahle Miracleman'-n+Angeles TLX.'ug.63]4 MIRACL EMAN-LSA Daral's beach eaeek! Seuimrnirtg, sunnirtg, tennis, gol,f, horseraciug, slghtseeing. Star~k,i,ghtRoof entertainment. All p OIn Onftf $12Q* Call yuur travel agent or 800-32 7- 6334. n-the-acenn/m I-L-_ 2C7
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continued from page 224 the United Church of Christ. Included in the crowd were the governor, Babbitt and 801egislators. In the VIP area there was a sprinkling of people Bolles had takento task for what he thought were indiscretions. The dead reporter cem- manded that type of respect. The preliminary hearing for Adamsen un the murder charge took place on ]une 2/, a Monday. It was held on the eighth of nine floors of the new Superior Court building and presided over by Justice of the Peace Marion Reno. Adamson wore a T-shirt stenciled MCSO (for Maricopa County Sherids Department), dungarees, no socks and bowling shoes with the heels cut off to slow him in cese he tried to run. His prescription glassee were smoked, and he occasionally turned slowly t.o laok over the speclators behind him. The press and their artists were seated in thejuryboxwithundisturbed sightlines from their elevated platforms to the seated, forward-Ieaning Adamson, whose mouth usually hung down at the sides like a Pancho Villa mustache and whose legs occasionally seemed to falt asleep. He had ttvee attorneys with him who had taken the case only 33 hours be- foec (not at the expense of Adamson or his people but the county's). A good handful of prospective altomeys turned the case dow with hurried excuses that they worked in wills or that it would affectfuturebusiness. The young sideburned county prose- cutor wore cowboy boots. The older hawk-nosed homicide detective in charge of the case sat with his service sidearm ouckedbyhiswaist,whisperingassistance to the questioner. Babbitt's assistant sxt studying the situation, ready to move in if the county man faltered with his ques- fioniug. It was obvious that a heaving just eight days after Bolles' death found all sides a little short on preparation. It was also obvious that the push was on fm speed, with Howery orations and zl aborate quest{oning to be left for another day. Arizona courts appear rather casual places. If the air eenditioning slows, lawyers can take their jackets off without requesting the court's permission. Spec- rators were in bowling shirts and other garb only a little classier than that. There ac lots of mrquoisc prosent-in sttlng ues, rings and watch bands. The justlce of the peace was under Instructions to wrap It up in one day if at all possble. He did just that in 13 huors,invnlving only three witnesses: a detecHvc who was an exrly xrriver at the Itit saene, Ge8 Owens, Roben Le¢iere. It was a mber xffair with few inci- dents that caused any smiles. One of them came during interrogation of Gail Owetm, just in from hideaways with Phoenix detectives in two states and connnuedun page?J1 ADULT EDUCATION l13i12biC'a':1 I ns c'3,caw 1-1 7 real kiwil% estate 397 7331 r ArLmqolene HOW DOES ONE BECOME ATRAVELAGENT? rhaneorwriielar FREE descrlpllve brochure 382-1238 7~1~ ^Fmm . . enr. NEW CLASSES STARTING August3T TATA Lld.. 3968 W ilshire Blvd.. LosAnyeles,Calif.90U10 382-1238 Travel Advisors- Training Academy GIVE THE PRECIOUS GIFT OF HOPE. PROJECT ' ~ HOPE @I THE CLASSIFIED BAZAAR WHERE LOS ANGELES' RNESTSXOPPERSCOMETOBROWSE SEE PAGE 242 cosANGELES 229 I ''al~~' " aortuguex.$"CiSh. I~rNAw// Ii thc langvage ex13y we at Alouelt anleach you to peak n. In individual, omroonerlassee,vriMa Wendly native of the muntry whose ganquage you wanr to apak yam IeaNer. We offer ~N comses(unnduslrY.tw,with readrers trained b [nrh Ne specialixdlangua8 Evu bulary of ineny fields. We'd ~1dY!!! like you to wmyare us wiM iN~I~~fif ibn, nmer smnol. so [::e CHINESE call ns for a ha sampRe leswnWetltalkywrlarhguage. U]` 3376 WDAT DOES THE CENTER FOR THE 'IRANSTTIONAL PERSON OFFER PEOPLE SEEKING GROWTH? Seminars Now Fouming... -DecrsiunMaking •Is ment • l'ransmomwl Wunun MY Go ? • Cowdence Traming • W Iur To CoW itM1 A • olumccnsmForhkl LibemlAnsDegree Indindual career & educationW aounseling Miwl.(:Wdfub,MA.D4wtw~~ 0 183wVeouaa&vd.,5nee 1 /`.I218 Termw,Ce11f.9LI56.gg1.6)GO TOpGA Cll /aN ..w2RU6mxW Aug: kend workshops in Spirltuallty & Consciousness with Hsnten leaders, growth groups. Prl drop In encounters. Brochures 4su t3nz 229f N.TUpanga Cyn BFd lLpanga 8p39Y SELL IT FAST! L,
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he lner.,ll' d"appcared in nna. It s dl0ictar ec n rD Ggure the make of thccance ^-. ,nerrnl,AIm1uW LotdsBOnB.I .. . .~Ci ..' ..r.T'nel.l.l rW^:. 1ltt u. .. I i.. .. MeerouYCFef,patiyZarnB, Imhon by heriroge American by birrh. Experience his niiSine ond enjoy . ihebesrofbortiworfds. Lunchean weekdoys binver bighdy AfreiTheatre Supper Reservarionse 277 2333 ApC EnrenoinrnenKemeC Century City VopOOted pawTg forour tlining parrons ~S,'i~S H*IiR;R~Y,'i You find e and American Gri: :binG{InearlhOtHOrty " ERNCSrHEnINGWeY --5tate _ __Lc LOW COST CAREFREE SAILING IMMACULATE 28-30 FOOT BOATS: Sleeps Six/Standing Headroom Private Toilet. FULLY EQUIPPED: Radio Telephone/R. 0 -E/ CInghy Fully Stocked Galley. SAVE MONEY: 6/12 Month Lease. Indvidaal. Shared or Rusiness. From 5189/Month Includes Slip,Inscranae,eso. And Free Sailing Lessons. Marina del Rey, Calif. f293)823-4064 . . - __ :hcn Ihe „mc~. m ~ e- a~il a mm~at i 1 n on svnda.. Jn ne 131eHe died frnm i~~nn faimre:-he had he mare ro- piramry asources Icf, w'uhlo m nutec rhe states young (37) ultorne} geneml- Ilmce Babbitt - a peronnl friend of eollcs-swune his 75-pcrson legal ond invrstigsrire sraff inrn acGon. He was daermined to provc that«hecGOfjtaiicedunotnhcatshwe i t t :" r -' daoe. Adansscn was p'.--ed up on a moatcr ehar3e before rhrtt ours had passed ond teLcn awm-wesrin_e o~, his bathrobe, Babbitt ordered a. I-taat to take charse of the i _ r the M,incapa Counq's pa--otion.,taH be- e he co.mty proseeutor often is aur_sh. Uubbnr decided to go he a prelimi- nhearin_v rancer than a rand jury, bccmuc It- prellmioar-hcanng wimese dirs or is ...Ilcd after it, his or her state- acer '1 trsab!e ota tnaL He also pushed f - hativ the pasc time had -o iF,: a.lantnec of hit men -L~ Iinea ty i knocked down prnsp__t..e kry c..._..,.s before they could spcak up. The day after 13oIleS death-MOn- dae. ]une I1-6abbltr madc sure that imponant leglslatlon was ov rhe rolls for .vtes by Oie Aoir,e and Senatc at he coppcrvdomed enpitol. The-e were bills I to open blind land rrusrs to poblic i scrutinc (cruciel to combat while<ollur and argenized crime ia n state whem one coun v alanc has perhsps 5,000 such tm .the . ivnl eode to allc.. .r ,;a solF,. on the resti- f . . pnrrner in ctrne: m allow the sz°v s ror . _ I . - r tt ,. cnp. mre I ..ictor the arres ond -. . . a persnn who o - mltz _ -o ~ . ro appropriotc 3LODAW for-- .. ~ in bambing casez T_ er he pushed for hecause he Iae rhere could be m ,t tc show the sli_blesi cha,.. af I vidabo~ ° ` VIo '.- r- . ecleeislatioo mas ~ n Rau~ Cnstro's dcsk for cck- He said at a - t Junc r- tha[ "lis too be^ _ v had m dle befom he or e otwl enouch to acc" n wednesdayy, alo, c m.r ~n sDD peaple showed Church of the Bemhudee of
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FINALE No N~ws us (GooD wEws OroSn tbe desrt m Ihc seu lo a'I ,r S.t.w'n Cal 0.rtla. SIG0.1 t ) .v-plus sat ' te on the I n. IlCrcwith ar 'cla:tlrl '"pP. tIchcxdt 9lhopefullyl b'ck n..u..r, ' cho h. - m TV '.departm I:' , eoct u ll rcdellver losr audienccs.P_po. artPs(m fulrillmcnt :~ndd bynothoringthemwilLaccursyorsuperfluousfaas. f EooRV~/,F~1NOM ~~~~ ~1 Waell ~ houFxrs 1W'I -j The Oldies 6ut Goodles News Hour Nostalgic approaoh. Here former bi__eies get a chance to sharpen their skills usiog vuluable air tlmc not a, ailable else- wbere, Forty to 50 fotnrerbie names allve the palt each eveNng. Their motto: 'Old anchormen ncver die they jnst go to Channel9:' Pressure Four Report with Rnuckles Horowitz Two _ood concepts- cnnsnmer awareness and violenca- , cmerged_Netwarkhendsbnngcutlargcr,strooger reponers from Detroit and Chjczgo in an elfoa to setlle viewer problems once and for all. The9 Did IP News Team Fur extra escRrnrent anchorpeople plan and exeeute Iheir on crimes, then report on the sequcnce of evenrs. M1lanuge- cnt hopcs thls approach will guarantee thefirsrcrnek at a smrv in at leest three eases out of five. An ade of w,aning from a former top anchormav, new a folk singenn J oneau, Aleskn (sung to the mne of"Fifty K a}Y m Lcace Your Lover") r Fifty ways to Ieave vocr network_ Yealr, 50 ways to leave yaur net, omk. Yml dna t nse the nms. xnxs, lokes st I t tu I +C, Kell, Youe ha..stnrts.a thin, Vl4 Just Iinen ro me The o- . +hhrcs to stick, Chic, Y- Yo, ^I_Cleta Anl . ... free. Yui top the dtawl, Paal, WoN~ rcudmwn, Rrt , cluw Yoetl be ap here -th nc. rRepnu e'+ke-Nme rlemJrae (1 J 248 rOSnrvOr¢s
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r,ad thnt it ha, hecome rchdy drier. xlightly more elegant'and slightly richcr than it h- been ...Clos du Val Cub- rrnrtS~ ,nt, 9'?0 .31-nsllght I. wn ihbh ti,. 'rttcs. a of the most b auYful Ls- bd designs in thc =tate. Ii s a masonable wine, but thinner than the first Clos du Val Cnbeme4 the 197' and rather dull. .- Chuteau Malbee, 1970 (52,49). A Bor- deaux from the e_reat 1970 vintagc, with a famlliar,oundln_¢ nnme, for only 52.49'? What's the catch9 The catch is that ifs garbage. '-Jlalbcc' sounds fa- miliar because it's the name of a grape varicty. The wine hes n rouen, ncidlzed tasta nnd smells like a rusty drainpipe, it is virtually undrinkable- The wine is sold, a other pixees. It Ralphs' liquor depurtmen[s. If that estimable rocery chain sold meat or vegetables of thesame qualiry, it would be laughed out of the bt¢iness. BexcntH Buus: In 1969, at rhe first au- nual Heublein wine auction in Chicago. the lurgeavev's markeu bougbt s s of 1950 Hermltage (Panl Jabovlet .UuF). Presumahly they paid the same pricc (or it that I did when the same I natieneerx ~ vel antod me threc s at 536 a oasc, or $3 a boulc. The . old-usting when I got It all tS cJ~- - _ r. 1nd Lc r rherss i., 1 . of geatnus oc , n.lly to b t.uted. Ala, it died soon aften.url If I had any left :odav, which I do tmL I am confident that it would be little more than a vhos of wine. If cou're inclined to disbeliea this n ant, you c find out far vourseli sluvgensen's has me of it left. On a flyrer advertisine its 9une Sale of Imported euatl;' the wine is o0ered-for $34.95 a bottle. Ksow Turc Bae.p: For over a year, wine wamhers have been predicting that expensivc California varlctal grapes (Cabernet Szuvignoq Chardonnay, Pinot Nolr, etc.) would smrt goinG inm genericaRy labeled table wines. Two dra- matic examples of this phenomenon hme recently appeared in Los Angeles- Cuvaison's Calistogs Red, nonvinmge ($1.25 a bottle), and the Edmnades Vine- yards' }Iendaeino Red, 1974 ($2.50 s bonle)_ The former wute is said to be about 60 per cent Pinot Noir and the lauer ubout 60 per cent Caberuet Sau- r141Wa Slncc CLLhfnrnla law allows a wfnc to bear a ricmi n with only 51 per cent of the gr'epe in question. th.a cNd have been labeled S, - .. I.n > tn.a. t m,uk. Coacxs: A gocd Chumpa_nc buy is rhe NIDeI et Chanden, n vintage, '?lmerican Independence Bicentennial 177C+1976- ($1325), which if 1'abeled as the 1970 vimagc that it actually is ould cost sevcral dollars more a bottfe ~~ _ Lovers of vintage Pua face a dry spell in Los Ane_eles. tiabody seems to know if i[s a resuLt of polltical uncer- taimlca in Portugal o erely of some ..arkefmg v on the part of fm- porters, but athere is practically no Port in tlte wurehouses of Southern California dlstributors. Fanclea of this extrmrdi- 1'ould do well to buy up what thec onatonce__.Iomvlunacolumn. I wrotc favorzblv aboun the 1973 Wente Johannisberg Riesling, saying that it as betmr than he 1973.1 read my own notescardcssly:the vintageyearsshould ha.e besn 1993 and 1974, respectivcly. In 1973, Wente released no regnlar luhannisbcrg Rlcsling-only a limited bott5n3ofaRieJingSpkttcse. • EXPERIENCE LOS ANGELES' JaDE~WEST it One of the World's Most Beautiful Restaurants GOURMET CHINESE CUISINE • CONTINENTAL SERVICE • ELEGANT ATMOSPHERE 'T`~Pl ,_AMI`oY.r.. Ar i ENTERT"".'ill 1 f2A^Y'I*.'G rEL Fm ~ i~~Ah e Moon Gate Ently'" ' 160 toot Mural ~Ul Marble 2040 Avenue of the Stars, ABC Entertainment Center Opposite Century Plaza Hotel, Adjacent to Shubert Theatre Reservations: (213) 5563388 I~~~~~li~~ ~~loll~~M~ `( ar .o5 .r:oE.ia 215
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"THE SPORTS DELI. ,ite X~ -euueonwn : .; . ., Everyone loves a winner. Perticulady a Sportsyg like Bud Furilln Thai s why Bud Imes The Sports D~f n. winniny food. winning decor, and winning servlce. Y Visit with Bud and his friends in his special co{nert and while yori re there enloy LA's first truly super-fi' deli. Amilliondallardecor.fabWortsbulFet,TVspottsmon ms- thesluffthatmakesarnstauranta 7ar. . For hreakfast, luncfs, dinner, cooktails or wee end brunches.TheSporsDeBsparkles.AsFurilloszys, k's a star!" THE~° ~D~DELI ABCEn,ertainmenrCente¢2WOAvenuentWeSnrts.YlazaLeve1,553-5800 954WullDnnks•Syonlsmuultors-Da1lyStockRepnrrs Con-nlem Va6dated Parkiny-Adlacem In Shuben Theetre-ReservatlonsAccepled. 6ATBRALREDWOOD SPICE RACK .Y3 .n Hand-rubted oll cshb.ingsout tl nztvral9rain of aad-Care/ully . Fand crahed and IS bl d.6 'k t ~. I . ~ I g-1T wW 8 hg ~alb ~ 3 d hl ..Add64Ca. ~ sales tax. Add 53 W loe sbippin9. OLD MILL WOODWORKS ~ 5RConeMaderaA,v 12 MiOVelley.Ca.94941 LCal Z DL11~a FABRriC CO. EtEGANTIMPORTEDFABRICS FRCV.ILEADING EUROPEAN AND NEW YORK DE9GNER5 OUR LARGE SELECJION AT FANTAAICALLY LOW PRICES. 8354 W URD ar. • LA. 65A289 • MON-SAT IDb WED TILL 9 Tinru'v muchu wine appreciation eourses und is thc nmhnr of !Jm Trean,ry oJ nurericmr J4'ines. publi `.-- In 1973 by fil d the bitter part I I.'.I partner in rhe cumbne -' ~ has pun chased the Souverain of Rutherford wlncry. (SeeJ unc"W ine Note,.-7 Chraman s good judgmem .,hould be of considerable service to the new w'incrv that ri es out of S, of RJS asbes. Pyo- ssmabiv, that same good judgmcnt will also ensure that he does uotwritc favar ablv about his o smpaoy s l or uN'avorably about the wines ofauy firm which could be considered i¢ competitor. Unuxi,ICeetY DecLCOOS:I he best Cali- fornia wine I've tested in ntonths is, not surprisingly, completely unavailable. It's the Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon, 1973, and it's worth looking, hoping and pray- ng for-even worth considedng pe¢y larceny for, if you happen to see a bottle hldiag in a friend's cellar. It is dark put- ple-red in color with a bouquet so oveo- whelmingly fresh and fntity rhat it sug- gests blackberries or boysenberries right off the.ine. It's a polished, soph3ticuted with an almost silken flnish-not at all clum.ry wilh tannin like so many of the loudly pmcleimetl "great" California Cabernets. Best of all, though, it is un- mistakably a Califorola winc; this is one Cabernet that would nevcr in n miliion years be mistakea for BordeSUa by an experlenced tastcr. T. zeYOUx Cx.,. ces-Someoncerwines, recommended and otherwise, which are (or soon will be) available in Los An- geles~ Sualafin Vineysrrls' Dry fl4useat, viatagc (53 in Oregan; price not yeu posted in Califomla). This Oregon winery ' msking wines for the time being from Yak;ma Vallev, Washingtoq grapes- and is cur.ently looking for a distributor in (.3lifornia. This Muscat is by far their best wine. It's bone dry with a heady, flowery aroma and a complex wcavc of flavors. If the pricc remains S3 0 Califoraia, it could cnmpele sneeessfully nst some of the iesser Alsatian wines in this usarket...Ste. Michelle Johantis- berg Riesliag, 1975 ($3.95), oRets Wash- n¢ton grnpes fmm a Washingmn wlnery. generous, well-roundcd Riesling with attractively subde sweetnese, it's the best Washington wine I've tried to date.. Pvng Chen!u BI inmge ($2.95), somxiti tg of Catr nia classlc- is tediom sw t Ch ' Blanc, fre quent.y the only drinkable thing on mall-restauraat wlne cards in Los An- geles Tastiny a new butch of the wine r=szntly_ I was pleamntly surprised to
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In `:..a resort like no otherff on Mearicds Pacific coast The nnly resort in the worid bullt for pefe tion tegardless of cos[. LasIladas,overlookingthe Bzy of Me"anillo, home I>otl for the San Dlego-Maazanillo Yacbt Race Private beach and ........ 9lrole-PeteDye golf ,nnls, gamefishing all course te thewatersports.French gourme: and the finest Mexlcan <uisioes-Esczpefor4 days,$65. See yourTravel Agenl or ToIlFree000-329-1313. dik UIS HADfIS nwrVSS~str rMNU.MUq Mr%RU , Pleasesend me more Inforr.at anna tESHaLas Vacatlon. liame Address - pty sae~ p sut ost ap d nnd d I' d t I t i r h wu I Ihafa IP dPa-.- Ih as.t Cnt i Slsle:, H ~t ..I e + 1r '. . Iplex ndcr whieh Inkr • ' A:Inms-:111. Reaort Ibtel. ~~ ~ . . lub- a .' end an 13-hole rzalf ~-M1 of Seattle. The c smg of . c. Bul I .PortLndlowfurunnther _~ .md on a bright summcr aHcr- d. u J..,,.nanon fs Yon Townnvnd. , . I bedn lo Vut you lu the mwd . halP-hour on up Ihe road, and Tou Oki fa~thc culnve of a four-poster bed. So cvn always return to that golf conrse, wlll the serenelv waodaa two-lvne mad . ss Kllsnp Peninsula m Fort Ovmble, Port Townsend w so't always s nnlL where Ihe Hood Caval's floating bridge gentlc and vuy Vicwrlsn. It coold have tlcs inlo the Olymple Pcniasulz You will been the Seattle of the Pacific Northwest be mmpted to linger at Port Lndlow, - in fnec it was settled In 1951, nevdy which Berrer Hornes aud GnrAenc rr vix menths nhead of Scnulc Captain cently placed vm e the Top 20 rea- George Vvnmuvct sighted the port a UPDATING THE HIGH-ALTITUDE RESORTS Whiln a mmble in d:e surl is al.vnis caolin& NereS something particularly ' viF4 ahoat the edip air of the high country a n escape from Angus the cit} am '. 6rxn to daydm of a moimtain resort can elevate the spirits . Here an upJme on nearby higher nllimde resons that can elevvte your daydresms mealin: r Big Bear: Latest assurance from Big Bear Reservations Service is that eabins wlll be vallnble n Aunun bot s r at leu t a week et 1 d. 9ome 80 private cabins and coedos are listedwamtly. Rates range from c-0 per uight for [wo q_le tu SlE fur a i:unily or party of six. Call 1714) Bfifi-'t6Vt ... On a fpur- f h- d-.' 1 fl. M i d tion b z-l. able tAf .: F. I k ' 1 t 1 5 4 r .'bbA I5; Shor A=c Lodge, abo t$35 f r[wq cvll (714) t-'861 . I Inn and LodF '~$3idaHe.call(]I3) 866-061J.FOra .wnpl.- 'rf..- Lear - mod,.t the nrer cvll the SS_ Bear Chnmber of Commen ~1 I ) A6u-.6o1. Anv.vhend:>loretha¢]5pmateGmvValleychzlebaroum. I a.eArrowfieaJ Conntry-Qa -r listed for [he Sommenvlth Arrowbead Eswles Realty Ifotmerly (irimes Real enta's a e by the w'eek, at special fee R.g times the nightly rnrc- 6etween $iB and $60. For a very special retreat, F .9 _ ybton a t' " y tot'simllor mu1tlVles of $100 a aigM E.I h.-4 tor a chalet that belongs to m mber and, .. i get in =- I:---_es. W e hear that the dinners at the conntry dnb afe fautastic this Snmmer. Arrowhead Estates Renlps p14) 33]d3ll. The country olub mdprocztea wilh otherclubs, and the Iake i6elf is dose at hana. Yueen Volley anJ ]oshna l'ree: While Los Angeles sxmJtered at around 100 degrecs Jnring a .nal lrm . the high dtiert v md Yuc a Valley w sparklin clesr 85 deya with Imv bumiahy, And it o:ot Gkaly to be rt uch F.ouu in An^.rY-ROoms for Iwo at Yneea ]nn are $16 to 519 °0. A o npnn t with balcony is $iO. The Blue Skies Coue[p~ Club 1s np,hc atoh6aulndm~so is W; dea ~.mf tnounTree Nntianal Movument Yacen ]nm (714) 365a311. Id.ILild: , high r orS s mdcd by the cool a[ majestic peoks, is nlso ix er the ]Jyllwild School of Musc imd Arts, a satelllte campus of the I i rty af Southern Cullfomie. The dmses, work5hops and entettvln mee- 3 LIP to a bewitching Aogust ralreat But be w med: Ao-emt is not dle n-N in IAyllwlld. Don Reenl Reulty-pIJ) 6>9-2181-manoves a rtJ e of hideawny chales for dients; ucYal away on eek would cns[ o aut SISO n'eek WaodlanJ Patk htvr-or-Ill1J659-269-will _- amge nesded u aog trees anJ hummlegblrls for about 3I2 a ~ a R. ' pm m, but sometimes a shorter stay can be worked vn6oamts smden setnwey. a so tr'/ raNme b]N a ( i1.¢: h I. r.:'/14) 659- OS' Idyllwlldtnn at p141 6i9-?i52~ i.. , .~ds Guida" puhlishW in the ]Ray issuc c'.L . L ~ e I lnl Oak Glen in the uPPle grmamg . . ~. ~ i.-t wcckrnd treat and retreat It is thaL but not ~ A a ~ neJd and arume mmp.rdmms ann pet 11 up to 95 . Sasa Ln.v e ora ils Early Ametiwn tooms with Ftatklin simxs fornpplc-P"nmemuur.. .utumn- 20t _aa.u=._
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Rvt s. No fee RV limin 16 feet. Well mi¢ur~6 stoves tubles. Of interest: S'mrru Pelorc.,lookaut Bssin, boatio6Sume ar.e as Ismiper Grove and Ioshoa irec. Little Cedan,' -~-f 5 end of Llttie Ro<k c;.P'Pd - ~ dnn r• .2ttoilels.0[ „ Prt n.l,t- nf interest: fi' g m 'ute f • 1 k of 1_iule RocA c Rxk C.ek, .:.. ting. Cree...\c..c 1 . „3 d,d road. r Bie Oak, 125i mL NE of SauSUS on Bou- Little Sycamore, 5 l i. S of Little Rock quct Cavyon Rd-OPeu May-Ort 9 tent sitev Reservoir off Hw•. I35- S tent sites (ao o trailers)L No fee. RV IimiC 16-feet. RVS).Nofm.Str<. watzr(unlit[ordrinkl9aer. 9 mtdev. 5 smvea. Of inmrefe ing-bring yonr o:ID, p''t tdlets. Of in- stmam. fisHing, retest'. hshing in S Fork of Little Rock BunqneS 15 mi. NE of Saugus on Bouquet Crcek. Accesiblu by dln roud. Cuyon Rd, off Hwy. 14. 4 RV/tent frtes. Live Oak. g ori. E of Yewball on Sand Can- 51- Rv limit, a rnilers:i vaus okay- Piped yon Rd, off Plamdta Canyon Rd. 10 RV/ +ss r, pit toileto Of interestr fishing. tent sltes. 51. RV limip 8 fevl Piped wate5 Buckhnrn, 37 mi. 2 of I ncanadu on Hwy. pit toleb. 9upplies. yus n Sand Csanyon .- zhides i tow. 37 RV/hnt and oFw . 14. Of in cst; hlkine, tveam r - winterwhenwaterturned earby, Pimrim Canvon Slete Park. ~o [u~, zing. RV limi[ 16 feel Piped >kankeq 18 mi. N of Claremont on' Hwy. , pit toilets. Of interese fishing 66-19RV/tcntsims.52-RVlimlt:19feet. str-s. hiking waterfall h mi. NE. Piped waten, pit toilets. Of interest: fishing, Clwpartal, 16 mi. NE of Saugus on Bou- hiking, ne,r Mt- Baldy wloter spons arear qaev Canyoo Rd. Open May-0ct. 8 RV/ Messenger FIa6, 8 mi. W of Mill Czek tenl sltes. No fee. RV limit: 15 feet. Well Summit Station oR Ronte 3NU. 10 RV/ , pit toilcls. Ot inNtesC strenm, tentsites.$I.RVlimit:16fect.PlPedwntur, h.hing. pit toilett Of interest: hiking, Pacifio Crest CLllao, 26 mL NE of La Canada off Hwy. Trail nearhy, in timber oouctry. ]. 1^A RV'rcnt si a $2_ RV limlt: 28 bfillard, 2 mi NW of Aaadecs off Alte feet. Piped watec Of interestt nature trail, Loins Dr. 8 ten sites. No fee, No RVs hlking, amphiNea[er. (parking lot)- Pped w r, pit toilets. Of Clenega, n ni. N of Castoic off Intcrstatc 5. nlteresC ChenevTmil (Mt Lowc Rd.) starte 1J RV/ICnt si:es. SL RV limd r ?2 feet. here, streS hikinp P P d- pl 1.. Of t m- Mont C t 2 mi. N of L C ad o0 h - AL C' g G p Canmp er Ang I F t H y. 19 Rkw tit '$Z [ onlv th raEh SaoKUS Rn E DRV 1 s. ?2 fat Pip d ter, ni[ toilets. (SOa) 259-2990- I Of in[eresf. s[rsems nearby, hiking. Culdbrook, 17 mi. N of Azusa on SR 39. I Oak Flaf, 10 n L N W ot Castaic off 21 RV/mnt sltes. $2. RV limit 16 feet I Intersmtei34RWrentsltes.5l.RVllmit: Piped water, pit toilets, Of mteresL stream, 32 feet. Pit [oileG, piped water. Of iNCrceYt r-1 head to San Gabdel Wllderness. hiking, Crystal Lake, 2Ph n i. N of Azusa o Prospect, 30 mi NE of Castaic off Inter. Rwy. 39. 234 RV/tent sitees. $3. RV limlt: state 5 on Hupies Lake Rd. 22 RVtent 16 feeL Restroom (some pittoilets), show- sites (na trailers). RV limit: 16 feeL Piped crs piped waten grocetfes. Of interest: water,fitlshtoilets,Ofinterest:nearCauaic boatiug. fishingi swtmmiug in Crystal Lnkq Lake. rding, h_.g, nature trail, amphitheater. Rocky Point, 4 mi. SW a[ Little Ruck on The Falls, 14Ya mi NE of Saugus on Bou- 13wy. 138 at Liak Rock R,xcrvoir 8 R' quen ~u Rd- 14 RV/tent sltev. $2. tent siles, $2. RV limit: m trziles PiF~' RF' .o'f3r' Piped wateq pit tollels, "'arep 1"t toilcm- Of interest: sw~mming ' and e mpsite suPpliev ~h~ng, boatine, hi'sng. ~ fishiog, hiking, resort. San Francisquitn, 7 mi. 5 of Lake Hughes Hallnw lree, 16 mi. NE of Saugus o off Sun Fronosqcito Canyon Rd. Open Bouqtret C, yon Rd. 4 tent sites. $1. RV Mey-Oct- 6 RV-teut sites. $t. RV llmit: Ilmili no ir,ll¢a. No water, pit toilas Of 15 fect. Piped watecpittoilc¢.Of imerest: intefeso sream- Calif. Rldin3 and HikinK Tmil 1 h mi. NE. Jochnu Tfec, 4 ml. SW of Little Rock off Boledad, 18 m.` of Saueus on Soledad H-vy. 136 at Little Rock Reservoir. 11 RV/ Canyon Rd 4 F'tcnt sites, No fee. No RV tentsitea. $L'. RV limil 16 feet. Piped water, I'miL Stfae_'n Pt tollets. Of Interese, pit oila: . Of interese swim ing fishing, dirt bikm ._ arbv, hmtiag hikiqg. South Po~r~L - ~ NE of Sangns oF ]uniperGrove, 4 mi.SW of Lirfle Rack off Sua Fran. i Rd. 10 RVtent Hwy. 139 al Latle Rock Reservoir. 10 RV/ sitc $1 ` feet. Pit toiletq n rem ales-S1 RV Iimir. 9 fcct. Piped wmer. wam° C.' ' • pit tuiletc Of interest: fishing, snimmm spunky, of Saugns off Bon- bonuinps rental boats, hking quet Cwr.c..~ I nt sites. SI- RV l,akesid., 4 mi, SW of Little Rock off Hwy. limlq 12 [ecs r. -. I ped water. 138 at Lhtln Rock Reservoit. 7 RV/tent 6tre®.tlde, '~ . . m NE of Saagos u siws. 52- RV limif 7 Re1 Piped watep plt Bouquct Ci r~ Rd. Open hlay-Oct toiles Of Interest: swimming, fishing, 9RV/tantni_-51.RV!imrClGfeet.Piped CE«UuTE CCNTUCU " W164W-R&IIIIII SPOTREDUCING ree Body Analysis & Demcnstrttinn raatme t . TFErapeutic Massage • Bectrolysis . Vnlitlatutl Prtr4in9 WesY Lcs Angeles 10323 Se01a Mornce BI- 553 0]84 In the New England Village Parking Validated tc5
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.tdoanw Ilm plnl and Iet u. Fnmc ~,L,r Ilobhm I ur n forc.cr o'. InoSing :. aacrs .rre supn.rm.l :o M1o.:11'n o>L~Vllv.r. while Rlllv Joc Ic thmuhm:ochnrealheirIl-._ ' ._ourh _nurennoItkhhr.- :ra. , ush. rAlor- . dekicks. Pl:rced I,c Donr Ddu .. ..for',Ge u,usual Inhand-made gR otllumisr'nn. 0he £ut4xnteD Nnresi orfolnal desipns in wo d, 91esss pnneN 1s, V rareBlvn. Ecna 99Cs1:2 GIVE YOUR CAR THETREATMENT IT DESERVES Protects you pa t j- f th weather m k y Id car ook I"ke new. OUR SHOP OR YOUR HOME HOLLYWOOD WAX & GLAZE ~ I 8752 Rosewom 659!al a •6542 eharssni ~ n. 200 1-saacECEs \rarty Feldmun. the cerde rcll us IL . train¢mnJku.eWioehicf(SidCue.I .. ~ roflefte Into len tq hfrn nnkc Jeor n I . Ii .'. lode jrrnp ne Caesar s_rec., but only on rha comji- I.. (M1 k,d_ee: howerer. tlan that the Pmjen include so e in n ro I>' . is donc sa w ell thnt bv z. so aI ana hi. o.na r rthe on,e -. __p:nr. tt noe.rr, ham: oumhonosetowlosLneurtKer:l . memm-.. .-.nena.ee=,tof lu .- Ceen, Liza )l'mnclli and I.I sh.rPeuu- N. Lr. The result 6 =eGm mctim -p' e sl¢hl AA Illam SFjke p t Dr Charlcy Finlec that RevnoWs onJ the mM1er h al mbode . aIJ_'Each n, n klls [C run dorna ca in rhlr .r~n~ie mc r~w~.ra he ~~~es~ sw9rh a nverd. [n a voN. Neil Simon "~uns Ihan smaln¢ h rehGlu of thcjr o .vl AltM1OOCh rated PG. 5([cnt 1lc,ia to kRlsome of:hc,a(prs hc lova wlth a could reelly bo a I unllke a couple of vrd -- [he tivol vvord he has In casting Brooksothafilmzthu.'eoeM:nelnlhis Ih.vm-Simonlnetulotofrherevlcomlc Ihvfs either tzcky or I,iadesc Ah.ho: J: . - n the hlm Tbe 6&rnrhD:e Barz by r'=oMll;mory eraoks Anc! Joke is prca nor ciltloo Jack Alhertson 'aed Sem cre!y funnpl unlc he end [zvene In the pins [hrc origloxmd on Bernadenc Peters are tidb[z a ca scl. Breadwa, '. Now.i \Invderby Ucuth,hz theG patntcd ponv stops and co[.entes uebdlerchlct_:mkenhlshoslnlmscrim wooden alphabet hlacks, and Geerally killed it brallowlnp Ihe . Btooks ha. pmren silence c n he rzl ahvtactcr to be p!a.ed bv a m ssuldan - hod a juv. This is ona picture who is better a a wtimn Tmman Ca~ tha6worth a thousand laughs_ pnta .vho unforzunaak tnes lo plny hl msel f nod ial@. For otne yeerI or w. )lan Bner playcd Up nnl he lime of Caporc's Ictro- lethmd a chE r on TOe Hrne'h H!N- ductlon, howeven tM1e film rs cmelleat- b(]lies' who had less to do than Bareltn s In the firu M1,IyFmm of th'. , - of a11 cockamo. If that cimractcis hoins M1ud demdne sonc . hccn hr ud rhere sr01 noulJnt M1,re frleir tor t tc been e tah thc-c ior pspecwel_hc mdc.nA nmnPhs Beevuse of thG durmM1-n:he i:nc,c. Baer thve in n, e M1our=_ or I+IA'inl film had u wch luck ¢euine a job r by \Yeodv Alle f~.n or Jlel Brm hk choun profession-atiny- We wime.w rhe arrhnl d.r h...-dozan Benedict Arnold xonld havc M1nd hc- C[ Il:e xorlds sreates derectWes at l a Foundlna Fmher. So hc chosc Capoti s ma:ulon ro wh!ch they vc been nother pmiezslon: he became a pro- tviteafordmni formurda'-And docer-d'meemr. if rome of c'-onS nmrerld G so!d, somc Ode to BIIIS Anc s hu thlyd fjlm's and of rhe p I - hnvc ned it _ nc IM1e _us .cho pl -1 tM1m k!mv paVsh' nerf. ctlon: Perer Fulk fs hrlb u IIi116Nl- lurnlno m_'.drt a., li'unt . nr Dlanond. a Colunmho' who tstks s s!nve a d-ntctri¢cnt .. 1:, -- e pro.es d dra:h .. VN n t B . th irhc fotg.¢ ro ao ! Kerkcruer I,ka : to - I, _; rdana aomat. ,n he bet ncerc it is. uV on Iha .. I la first hm_. e. rl burx rhing Boer diJ a a pr.Ju ~ Je hia PaerSellers n r prorae hes fhe I H ta R r n r M1 c Id r-st d I I comic acto as ' h I" tfi pl,uh h t Ip th Icrh O t Ih f~~:m n r't- h I mI ph th d-_ if tn and w rmlh that maken the n r of Contrc a t fot.t e - I bryond rhetr ve -.. Atlhcn the IS-ye,r~ lhegie Snuth as JI¢ Thln binn and . old chamcter of Rr,"ie Lee telL her qlee G.dnnexs as thc blind bwln 2er m.other and father dtjnls sh.:: biv . r of a linc or a lonk Ihun ihe non rh n I M1u re . emiemen call .udtorpWSla_Rurthar.whenthese_rea hct, the fac ...~'Hmv old a perlotmca c er Capote, ir !s like air rou. aidTl an.'. ?_ D n:p~' sarcM1ing thc Kams Laklno m Ihc ficld iv Onu of the pl:~ I n thc filin i> h.rllorsllppcrs. cvan .ueh!n_ the su.'een rhe Veuder hvDCmhn ~rhuitetm p- onr. / M1- Io-M1_ s- t th: •n a y[ha fht I Ik. n I I a tf-r t h t ti locc will do for cnp II s.nne c..=er wh:,l :mJ respcor ror ench othcr are roes[ant. JIr'ra BreoklnddR" dIJ ror Rrr Kecds.
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-" Overlooking ~ VI ACoM1 rI1 h,A tt ,r r undoblainoJ.onfehnxicprimcn • Ihcmainchanncl i pn rt 1, B u: a i ' -- I d ] J 1- f r tl d,r p t'h m d C A k.H I I basco I 1 e 1h Y t H b Ih r d IS II: of ' and th h.rr b 1 p I tLddn'llk 10.h1 1 ~ J olh p.plern:d I d _ mag ~te. MariBa.delR,cX: 1 nenL„„.:~,. . ILr ,rao S.i I I ' . ...a l- Opc . i i ~ F n o~) O i Gml ' Bct onc car15' conduslon cf somn m- Owens. a wonun he mct when she livcd CO VCI? DIN1], Nhil- R J I Polonaise~ encb-COn lina ntal Cu I si ne rtms was that il wonld bn hard to ra- 1.-nnlize a Malln hit. Orgunized Crime h: s always been epedolly cereful about newspeoplc and the pollce, a ve of eha hcat that such a hit can hting. I u Pecq not loo le2 aher the exploslon, ccrtain ~afia types were in touch with repormrs o m¢ 1 I d.cd ff'_tolup' fi d' u h rtit It ddnt ....... a thc pol - O ffi[ like flmprisz alruadv In u jangle of ourt fighfs and m n tight sccrccy s to who is [eally wh¢ also don't > s _ o = I ssaraY t t= 1 of kindd stv a ' 719 ~ ih-ydrath _ J p:yuRfhntkill ROcw NNN ricki's h )afe of b-sa1 zse,- .Resea-ears. Bengali Indian Pakislan Cuisine Lunch & Dinner Daily Belly Dancing Ftl. & Sal. Be1lyDancingLessnns 1044S.Fairlac EachSunEay 931-1759 + CheE Grer)oire + iRERCX RHIAYRANi INR COOKIX6 SCHOOL 15esa ven W re 9m4, 5barmao Oaks n clo.k west of sec.i.eeal + OGen S:an Closen Suncsr ann Mennxy -yp FesnvaGenSCalirE9-211[ + ® 7 l/f !~/YI'lfll n e cn Cusine 822-2020 11 ',..n::m:e. 111, ,llm-uieJelReY 6A <1~he&ounac7able L °NODSE OF PBIME RIB' BFSIFL'nAXr•CnCNr4LLWMCf 246g WILSHIRE BLVD. S0.NfA MONICA, C~LIr. ~ 828-2217 viv~ said. John Hnrcey Adnmson, arraicned on 3uly 2 on en opcn chnrgc of mnrder ttn whlch he has plcndcd nol guilry), became the primc hope for a hank: a 3n_-yrerald homcsm..n product who spent must of recent mnnths hertiog his Gfoo[-1, :'ap~pound Habby frume n und to s loons llke the Bazaar Lotmge, rhe Velvet Hemmer or the Phone Booth, where he talked ble, dtank stcadilv avd made a lat of phonc calls Hc lricd to act like a big-firne hood. He aot mani- landsemhisshoesoutforpollshing zs he backslapped araund Iois chief hsng- out, the Ivanhoc Cocktail Lounge o North Central Avcnu-phoenix's main strcr-not a block from wFere special pe fmrs worked on cspasine the tyFe of nlddeo-pmvcr pcoplc tbm Adamnn . . t tryig to impress- ,. , me pheenYx scene wen. it ' cult fur Adnmxou to pot out ~asc i ~ ' to thc streets and inm tlre ...~ lor:n_ees where people would rcf..- rth' IlkethefettM1the asa acco pl'lhddemoliino n.If fdmkh' -hedrellyou, thotgh se head knew he wa ae- I~cias G ge RnCto e did. . tilHe'.. partof a strange breed of Mnty-to be a hood is to be a king, to own the world. He somebow suckered somebody or s -p wbo either had a erudgc LL iP lesorfesredtbarwhathuwas IooRing i no demanded death. It aP pe^F•F— =., e oResd him5lo.nnn .+ . . n~o;yupfronLSUppaswi7 - rr_ rt the oppcd ram of 'rh ~; big mo ~ f r an like Adamsn The Blg Lmsucc Sc was on his wap to the top. He had the contract far a-ouplc of months beforc hesrmck. The relvsw he waiterl so long. it secros. wu Ibal upon ge¢ing thejobe he then had to learn how o ply fhe tradc he ...... eprenented. He n the same housing development as he, be purchased-at a hobby shop - a momcotnrol unit used mostly tn fly modct virplanes. No doubt Owens w undcr con- siderable presmre. A loungc she had npcned np the block from the rvanhoe' c Iled L St dv. 1 h I last Vo- n rt less th month - bnsl- -. Sh h' _ of 1 d the Inst .... e vel und 'here n Iinie daubt it will take semc timc lo yet ic Tha restauranl buildme is owned by the uforcmentioned NdN 'n'- c trca -h'sbcen ep atcd by a aLSI of u fdu.+orld chao- acters trying to start a w life in the sun whilc tak'tne the pu1F ~of the action fro ao excellentvantngcpolnc a coak- tail loun-ee on the citys maln .treat. Oelles had doncstorics on the restaurant as well ax hsr fnter,... of mohsters. Shortly after nrriviug back in Plrocnix u Ap l 29, Adamson made contact with a local atterney, Neal Roberts. Robcrts, 45. had been a friend of Adum- 's fer sevesal ycns and se med to have enjayed his wcktail-lounge uonf- pany, the c ersations .... drinks abom intriguing deals. the contings and goiugs of wheelerdealetx who somehow thought Adamson worth knowing and gladhanding. On the - frface, the lanky attorney comes off as a pctson of nuality and backgronnd- His sr - randfather w a U.S Senator from Arkansas. WA n attending Phoeais College in the early 1950, Roberts was on the tennts team, editor of rhe campus paper and president of the 3ren; Honorary Sociery. He ro ceived his law dcgtec from the Univer- s f lnzona and s d d hy M1- tI ' t.t.t b'll nLIn 1 Fe .tcd president of the pI Club. a respected senice u A former smte d'sti cl at- tor~, ~ nded from 191h-ccnturp Vr, I.~t C.~. v Taylor), his clients , ncludeddecelopersand mubile-' e park builders, co .rectars nnd hor - n of aflluenee and ncRobe«a himself eajaped p- r mmv for n at fhe s I Chfh. He enjoyed the iri tarnnndtown.andhlswife .. end new MesedesDCnz. He h . :ildren B' ., that, howevar. hi. German- t-a moclel wife now savs of Roberr,: people "Somehmr~ he t s to attract who are scum. Iccchcd' The pnrpnce of Adammn•s cnll involved 222 L-_AT ne~es
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TIM TRAn'EL7""`1`7S"MMLF flplmy Panam poiled,untou: paraJlselalandeofInao wheretradingshipararelygo and plane may nerer land. Rare photogeaphic oypor io remarkable sM1om Casinn A6oartl man ¢ ndudfngtwodayxlnHZ ~ Sailingtwl<e monthly - direcralrconnec[lon Los A ssX l :1..:'.:w. WSRId TSSIaE4-ti-.,_ SSSSCIS -7TE5 Please send descriptive brochure I. Name Street City State Zip_ LA My travel agcnt is: 210 _os..me Cnnse fo Isles of the Orient Seas The only cruise oFn[ 4inJl Komodo wlthnsdragan -thesanedred, blue and green lakes of Flores- mystic Tzna Tarzdja-15 uther N y'rn 11 aidu'sTnvd m:d bintaring Guide to Europe 19'/6 rCollier6ook.,$S95). Wa've been recommevding this to everyone planning to travel by car anywherc in Eerope Ih$s year. (Alm. Myva Waldo's [9>S.J6 LnrdGdGe ro J:eOdenf m:d Podpe Colber Boaks, S6.95.) The v Berlifa Poeke[ Travel Gaides fNlucmiilan, >295). Thc s has 'md off with Co.stn del Sol, Dubravnik, Ibiza, Majurca, Rhotles. Rome and Mrocow and will eventually co u i(n) destinshens. The historical and sigh[- - _ cellen4 so. predictably : s sucabulaz- nps, mcluding Place nves Sfuad nmetro terminals. How New En5lund H'appened-The Modem ira.elePS Guide to New Eng- lond's Historical Pust, by Chnstina Tece of the Bas:on Glohe (Litde, Brown & Co., $695). PuAliahers WeeAly says of Tree Ihat "tonrisp couldn't hzve any- one bctter alongY We agree: to read :his is m read New Englund's landscope. Pmnsylvania, by N. Yictor Alper (Colller Books, $1.95). A¢-uide to hls- of tM1e Colonial and Revolutior.ary War pe(mda with a chronology ad si nf the American Revolution. Seeing New York, cancelvetl and produced by tM1e chy's Menopalllun Tmnslt Authon[y ( Popular Library, $2.95). How to reach pmaically every major point of iu es[ in :he c v by pnblic trnnsporlmion-even MnnM1mlan from JFK o La GuardlnalrponsforSL Ahnn mduc repris rulesofeliyuen2~ for PcbHC ittra.elas In 19tb-ce~tupnuew Yo k. "NOCr talk Politics." and, 'WakinglavcshoNdbedon ou6idelh¢coaches." Fodur's USA (blcCay, $17.95 hardcoveq $12.95 paperback). A one-volutne, -l-puge e Tdopedin with four peroepHve e °Amerlca Totlay," he `Nny We Beha• The Ans in America~and~'FCa1 and Drink in Amer " Auolher long sullon focnses on Am -cn Vza Going 65y Nay, by Georgla Hes e, travel editor of the San Frnnci~w Hrmn- and Clvonide (Chmnicle Books, $395). An experienced rtavel cdirors gulde uonomfeal travel. Fieldinµ's Guide to the Caribbean Plus the Bahamns-l9)6Editloq by Jeanne and Ilarry F- Hnrmen TI[ (MCrmw. $995) . The Ca Tbena is cbangivg so tapidly tha[ Ihis gnide hm had [o be opdaled n nnlly. The Hammns s-e aplly des¢ibed by [he Miami tie.re as conmmenoneoteJ «porlxrs-thx Saden o[ the C2n36eanl' Far Easf'/'nvd Dignst-199G by Chadxs and Palc[e lacnhs (PaN, Riol. ond & Co_ 55.95)- An ac umie znd cn'6cally written book with per ooa. res «h on practically c ovywhete in the Orienr_ Enrall Gnide for 19]fi-HOw to Taavel Europe by Train. Fy ]farvin L Salv, and Kothrvn Solamun Moiimnn (The Saltam~ Cumpanies, 3i.95). The Ixoh annnal Sahunao F,mail goidq exeondcd to 4J? Poses. We fed it n e~ ial gufde lo gett/ng the muss tor the lea9 0 of Enmpean tr val. a Pasryort compact pocket guides are now in three edl0ons: Paesporc o Grem F.Imin m:llrefand. Parzport m B:vppei Great Grier, Porspmt m/nerpen Hotels. They guide you to mouey'saving ways to slgM1lsee end indude hotels, hlsadc inns, castles, fsrms, converted abbeys and old ooacbing scopz. It's % for Ihe set of three; $2 25 eaeh- (Pe. yort Pnfilleetious. Bos 24684. Los Angele.c California 90024.) table in an old Victorixn kitchen, how t choose berneen fragranlly fresh aud raisin breads4 Obviously vou cant so you try them oll. ~ The lames Hause likewlse has its standards for guests. No small children. No pets. No lour groups. The Bridal Suite is $32 a uighS other doubles rauge from S'_'_ to 4?B-Call (206) 395-1235- On Icaving Port Washington ulong our sugges[ed moute, you nced fear no witlt- h d.wnlp g.An Ifhn t yd and ~ Whidbe I1 I'lllsp y b kto- ward th ma_nland. Whidbey shor ld stop you for at least anothor night. i Its history and folklore could occupy many a day. A Grcck sea capntin named Apos[olos ValeCmnos-bcuter known to history as Juan ds Fuea-sailed here In the rervice of the viceroy of Mexleo in 1593. He believed that Whitlbey Is- Iand hid rhe envaus m tbe fabled Strait of Aninn, pa.¢apeway between the Ab anvc und Pacifm ocednx. You'r inclined to a u with him when you walk the beach in front of Captain Whidbey's Inn. But this is story to savc for another timc-exmpl [ hint tM1 t t,b' P n C- is 6 It f' 1 o I gd f i h d just :-I s when tl tnnyl. Belle used to tie up at its p:er, while cruisinq up and down Puget Sound, not looking for the Strait of Anien. •
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hi , ft&0r SEVENIN atG1A11NA • LOS ANGELES : fopR252rW(pn5cCT1382'12b1, ~. beeL-outstantling vegeteGles & spenalbes. Y M°n: Lun[h enlSa[. to 130 PM 514] lanXersM1im-. H°Ilywood ~~ Vem a~t ~ "La Chaumiere" d ca„ v. rn s.:re e•.•a, ~ °r .•..,. ,,... s~es::: r.e-oro a. ~ ~ ~ ~ _ zCa s-LOao -LOao ns s ew v - Sen s eO ~ b S ~ nPrr NorthernItalinn Cmrtinental Cui=inr hfi02JIELROSE4TIHGHLAND LOS ANGELES/935-4922 ~ Distinctive Chinese Cuisine = LIU S ~ ` y ive a c .4 . "^a o) e ~ g at2 V <2r3)9d2525 E T K AURANT S , ~ R r _- ' ~ ~npCOCKIDILS .~.Jw...- Tne Mikado AWM1¢ntic lapanesE ~ Reslaurant Pi It600 rersid¢ Brire No.Nellyeead • • 767-91J1 - THE GOOD LIFE RESTAURANT PNB HEPLTX F000 SIURE iryourfamocs"CR0.BSqP', tlelldous soups matle of organlc Robcrri oncc fclling him he conttollcd 20 mining iaims ucet of Wickenhurg, Ariznna. Sincc m In_ mcant dynamlle to Adamson, he and Roberts drove ]5 miles to the urcn in earlv >Invv vopping f &d'I:rl m: fhe ar._.t not --^. I~ t II ' R~c t TF,, the~ eaf tl t c fi Rol c exph' ed I his n ng ) t t [ nd 1 ° to bhw Ihc ap off a mountsin in scorch of ore- Bued on the questions Adznrson asked tbcms thev concluded Adumsan didn't seem to know his backside from his el- baw about explosivcs. Al[hou¢_h Adnmsnn n not have mentioned just whv he wanted them, he and Rohern aleo disctused whea to buy plw e' rhe I te D' bC thcy Dpare tl d opP d by e1mI Tme' w talk f tt b t pl ,th the e-er P e rtl m Th p t e On Fridnyc May _a, Adamsoa got down to rei5ons work. He invited Robert Leoiere, rvith whom he owned some greyhmmds and who is a convicmd fclon from Minnesotz, to tnke a ridc with him to laak for n csr "1 have a job to blow up." They wcnt to the parkinc lot af the ARZOna Remi6IIC and Phoenix Oaraeere wspapcrz on bosy Easc Van Bnren Street Adamson pulled ri¢ht in and asked iq e -he Bnll ' cur a' ppaa n not a- e the I port kea t of the !e at the p'[ IL'I a t M1.If y. 0 th eth t od - to thABC Dntsuu dezleship on Fast Camelbzck 1 t La Dolce Vita Flat°rante ultlmo x]at8a5 .. . . . IrA,aoame tivu's CHINESE CUISINE 2201 Wilshire Boulevard Santa Monica N2X-5656 Drittre nf Wltttles SEAFOOD 6IinLONG aEACN BLVD. (213)612-1366 SEAFOOD ONLY FOZ de YEARS R d Adam pl d h f uet 510 000 f rh s I b d~ o~) gubbles Baking Co well. At thethe dealersh'p h hec8ed beNyAltman5ays. Lcoq,lcol.ry neath e dtlveri slde of a Izte model wt, . ctzuokv's-AUnt h pp tll 'si' thehod.~ ~`~ . ... - p ce fF' 'f-y 1- ttlretme, If h~ ~Oled n tor 10 per ent ot the eclloa Lettiere says he backed off. Five dups Intcr-on the day ac the 11 34 a mm bombing- Tunc 2-It np- pearedmbebu '. IfarAla )- sOn Hehunfer dth Ihoe[0 o for part of the morning and stopp d off at atmrney Rob f M. He r f ed mthefvanhoefortheahernoon,chccked his d I A h t fight th h' w t t L k H . C't and e - t rned th net t d y to be o hl h g st at Lett pl kt10p. , ntl 't n' e''n' g b h'nLetreres artl Ad' sI-h . d his tuff. "'That was a hell of a ~ha,e I ent nnder that °n he aid. "I cant understand how Ihc mun Ilved. ~I If I cver get [blow up7 nnother foreign car, I'm going to make sure t's not e Dalsun:' II clearlv was not pao(essfonnl work- hr tnet it was sloppy work-cmclly sa. When mobster wil/ie Bioff got hit with dynamite in Atlzona sueral years ago, The KONDITORI Resraurane Lunch•Cocktalls Dinner per • Cater ng Sup n iane °,•nr. 111 L'aAp.p~fl relme..un uv < ' LUNCHEON - COCRiAILS^- DINNER <]I u. 4edm 0r. Be.erlv Nllr aR 2,8180 IiC ftooloole
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L~~ v sunln1E91.11AEB I nean whh slightly oper m d. 2. BcdylEalneeds relasr" all XENT'sfine updated Vadltional 2EUeon.lighb wsldht, soft shouldered Suit or BpprtCpat. 1ix[barqughly & use an wnner cg. ENT THE BEST OF LLPOSEIBLEWOBLOS ours 9:30 x.m. -6:001'.u hla. z Charge Ban, r.::,erlcard Vallda•.ad Per4ing In Bullding Kent&Co. A 6ESTLESIEN'S SHOP~ 0 Jaguar Sales and Service Dre-Owrletl sporls <ars 836-7373 99O1WNSHInGTOH BLVD. CULVER CITY playgmrmd. nsnLnc 1$I a aay fecl clnh homu,ndt.nidcmr.~e, iltno ucr. I4. xr -I -.'o hoot p oa I . ~ ¢fu,dnohceRV -1LRcstmo,s h,wr - Of ' m - for chll- d-,1 . ~.F and t.- rike tr.. . Tido's Reareation Trailer Park, p14i I82- 3n"/I.'_ i. N of WurnerSprines on Hwy. T9.25 RV sita wah electric, warer, se.rape hook-ups. $5 lor 2 people, extrn person $1- Deposit required with 10-day refund notia, RV li,nlc 99 feeL ResLOOms, show- ers, laundryd dlsposal station, Sri pro- pane. Ofintereec pool. hotietsvid nool. fish'ne Ol inlcres[ he.'nod M`oh minend pool; hot cruIhalh.re:r" m o . Desert 1'iew Adult Mobile Home Cluh ,.,-:. 1- I Hc, S . v lI : ' .. .. . . I d 1. Of -ntcre p I - peal , duh r hot .~„luml Imn I 1 . Sc.dl pclaulbwed. Double D Trailar Park. (]l- 3:.-6010. In Dcrert Hor Springs at U6n'S Pulm Dr- Z i. S oa Pulm Dme. 19 RV sltes with elecldc. w wge hookapc SS for 2 people, extrasperr. $1. Deposit re- quired nirh 3-0ay refund nuticm RV limlt: 40 feet. Sho,vers, lacndri'- Adul¢ anly- Of interestc pnol, endomd hot jet swid pool, ation ro . HappyTrm'ela.&rmationPark./1, -' 3518-InPaImS~, , ~>t°IIWF ~I Cmd I~y-the^s. ~ off h,terslate 5, 171 RV/ I ~ucl. ~ - REACHES San Elryo State Beach, (]14) ]53-509I. At t-, ~ . ... .d p.. p.itc (up to 8 rco0lc). ~, - -nd ~ F:~~~ ~. ~ 1 35 ~~- ~o i :-le eL RV limit 28 feet. Retu-: I ho I.~i l.hot . — IaundrY.Eruc : --Ofinter- rl n auhsunly eseswmiming,hahing,Resi adJised. ~ ,. I . San Onofre 6tate Beach, (714) 492-4822. 3 I rtG.py Nmnh rer I i1,SaiSvnClemenleonn,ters[Rte5,BasR Fmi. . Inn -xit3]0RVttcntsites.52pctvehicle . No RV IimIC Chemieol /losh mile's, growo- :e.,. of imc~mc h.ning, swwming. South Carlxbad Stnte Bench, (914) 438- 3I43. 5 mi- S of Carlshnd oR lnlersL'~ ` Open Feb.NaV. 226 RV/4nt ite, for 8 people, eatra vehic'.a $I. RV Ilmin 30 feeL Rexxmoms ahowers. Inundry, gro- s. No petx on beach. Of inleieat: s- ming, f Mng. Reservarion adcised. Palm Springs Palm Springs's Palm Springs- But there s a time whcn the Indiens kncw it as LaPa(nrn de la Mano dr Ofa.r, - the hollow of Gad's hand. PRIVATE Carefree N b I l,lluzr nl -. B milesNofPl Spn.~:1.. n. i Ave. 67 RV cites with , e a6ehook-ups. Vocamain¢w[SoutRr for 2 people, extra peaan 5ne. A.. ' Dcposk rcqnlred- RV limll 3` f. '. -to - ., laundry. Of inte~st heated .- f, e dosed hotiet swid ponl, recrea:ion ro Carriage Place, (T14) 345-3554. 6 mlk~W of Indio nt 77500 Interstale 10- 160 RV -'.riNelmric,we:er.se e,AC.hook- u[ . ents $5.50TOr2 pcoplc extra pcr- ~ o neposit rcquired wieh 30-del . - fund nal-:. RV 'im:.: 45 teet Shm II nF.rN'~ 141 329-5'.-. 6 mJC '.. Iond totn~, . \ 1 40 [ecL c . , 1 ,urd 170 .mnN.. _11 I6.atl, O1,:1 ;4]. e 45 u.M1P. 'Ioronler. pros-" Of interest: ,nol n na, tt..rtet:on pdnp Dr. al.~ age d fine V I~•ie lt'.rters Nnbile Park, (] li) 329-9061 3 mi. Sa of Desela PooSpnnps at 17551 - !`=mtaln View Rd. 40 RV dtes with elec- triq wnter- s haok-ap.t No tents S4.SD for 2 pcople~ex ra peaan $1. A.C. YL Deposit eequired wfth I:veck tefi,na notice. NuSt F IS or ddcr. Showcrz lnon- dry. Of la[cra hcalcd pooL ho[jetswitl pool. recrea.i- ,o m. Pnlm Rprlnes Or0 s RV Park, (714) 328- In dC "., at 36-10U Date .. mDr-: ... ` .chelectdc,twter, = ro . nten = $' $'5a for 4 t... ..i . I. rtonlimiLPelx ~ t,ro-dnv .~ I ': hcnv' pa hot jet wh pla_r md, recreation toom. Si s Pamily Spa, nI41 329-645]- 8'5 m SE of Deser v-t Springs at i0815 Dillon ms wltn clcctric, u . F` ' ^ nok-ups. No rsnd. $7: $10 0 ~fnr2pmplqoztrapcn'nn51-No ~. Vn RV limit Showcrs, luun- .L . i,..- paolz. hm mmeral paols. , 1 .1 1 l.y Mohilu Home RV Park, 0141 . of Dr~ -rt Ilat Springs ,=65. GJ 114P/tccaileswith .•^ .. i hook.upc $5 for _.n.. -n 51. Depli re. quired..:. I b mfund notice. RV Ilmit: 40 fccL Shou.. anndry, pmpnce. Of in- teresrt hcwud puuL hv. ]et swul paol.
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SCHOOLA CAMP GUIDE W A [hl P ).em . s1,x1 l1 .e Len6cyra6'amsfor.n. o~m ` n o ~rm oi marnm9 di:o6um.. nie iu~ mcalal r n.&vo nal uo ~ c nming. nroup &'u,Nv elin9. emlinu M neDannan, fiss eardlmem. tn~. eleuil. Wcaake p- F, inim, Gla. 93n24.Tdtrlal rvsow PILGRIM LUTHERAN SCHOOL Pre-Kindergarten through 4th Grades ExtendeG Day Care 7 am to 6 pm 2TSO Wilshlre Blvd., Santa Monica 929-4119 or 829-2Y39 The Mirman School for academically ¢itted children Ages 5-14 16180 Mulholland Drive Las Angeles, CA 90049 (213) 476-2868 BEVERIX CENTERSCHOOL DAY SCHOOL • A9es 5-1Y n nowy .a.a.rn w m.,mder.enwin9 eMlrynn laleamingpeelems m ha m e la a., : ` ^ e ' : ia ai ,»eFn:~ne'e a' sea9eWio9 pano~:~m~°vrovmee Or. XcnYE epcb5 Dlrtcbr Bi54 W. i L LA • 6E -1 w«riea aeenm ynur nhne'a schomv9 Personallredca nseling and Placement services Klnder9anen-College AMERICAN COLLEGE PLACEMENT SERVICE 16WOVenturaelvn.,Encino91438 (YtJITa4-6206 ECOLE MONTESSORI amtlllnanebaen 1 r w£'Qto6'h Nlneery9lUn PeasruMe j .sopozso e„d o-rems:ao q e9YSM1anon swamb Ctllaa1-206 /4r2-SorR ' o A13CSMIbRN.VpnNNea91i06 MONTESSORI OF WEST LOS ANGELES A Complete Montessori Education. Pre-school through 4[h grade Focussing on each child's needs, mastery of skills and independent learning. Small classes, highlytrainetl teachers r Wesf LDs Angeles 10345 W~Piau Blvd., 5B2-ueg 1300 N. Sepslveda Blvd., Bel Alr9 47 -3524 continued from page 229 three cities over the last eight days. It involved her checking into a San Oiega motet with Adamson. "After you gat into the room, what did you do4" asked orosccator ia low key. she sfnaad NLAy. '-a c.}dcg. There were some snickers heard. The prosecutor, equally embarrassed, said, "Ah, I'll rephrase the yoesliov." When Lettiere appeared, his Izwyer showed up in a knickered softball uni- form because he claimed his client got called earlier than expected and be had to leave a game I¢ progtess. These [wo key witnesses showed the depth of Adzmson's crowd: a woman waiting for insurance money after some- one had torched her lounge; a loscr of a gambler with a 8nancial etatus self- dasacibed as "not so goodP Yet Adam- son's zRUmey-friend Neal Roberts was being represented by John Flynn, a repu- table attorney who achieved national pramiaenee defending Ernest Miranda an appeal that produ«.ed the "Miranda decision," from the Supreme Court rul- ing that police ofHcers must advise sus- pwts of their constitutional rlghts. It seems that Roberts d othcgs of this cast knew patriarchs of the business community, heavy flaazrefets of political ra es, former members of stale ns - apparently legitimate personageswho, however, deerned it necessary to have some contact with people given to dealdedly different life- styles and mores. So there were soft and hard spors all over the case-and lots of gray areas. At Ihe end of the hearing, near mid- night, the judge said, "It is apparent to this court that probable cause has been established, and you will be held to answer in Superior Coun." He ordered no bond for Adamson, who started the day hard as Hogert and ended it looking az nervons as Lorre. It's the waiting time Dow in PhDenix- waiting for the heavy shoes to start fall- Ing. One of the Repu6tilx columnists. Paul Deao, is pressing on with an investi- gatlon uf his nwn, hoping Ihe newspaper will hreak this one - not the police, not Adamson by stooling-m show that Bolles' death accomplished something. Bruce Babbitt weighs heavily what to do If Adamson decidcs to sing, knowing it's hard to offer a bargain when you be- Ileve yau've got a hit man cold. And, across the country, the flared- pants set of swindling land dealers, grey- hound racers and thrift loan glad-hand- ers, whose smiles lead many to see them as Rotarians, are watching. This w their kind of crime. How it all tums out may be a decislve factnr in the wzy com- unities react to an explosive new twist to white-collar crime. Or the ease which it is gotten away with.  CONDOMINIUM MANAGEMENT Exper/enced Management For Your Association. Cf iSCE-RUDNWN Z CO. I NC. 10889 Wilshire Blvd.,5ui1e15'1 Los Angeles, California 90024 (213)478-3042 ... . r ... wt~ REALESTATELAANS FROM $25,000 TO $200,000 Personalized, confidential service to fit your needs. CODE21EA393/-2500 SPECIALISTS IN ARRANGING REAL ESTATE LOANS National Mortgage Co. SINCE1959 LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKERS 5100 Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles, California 90036 1ft/~t 1if ttH ff11f i~~f 1f~t4 nira nAneal OLD MAIN STREET FAIR. 1976 ]In Santa Menicn SUNDAY. AUGUST 82114 31 AM-7 PN Arts & Crahs, antiquee, food, music, free enterminrnent vnd fnn uo the so-aets FcriNometion,399-4544 WerrPJ++c`9g.@Y+Kgtr('N='Esel 51FRIJNC STL',FR fLATV: WE U d. i4rloe Or<~rc nve piea in.ti.e. Ly m 50%.,9,eud_4dih, mmAtim*n& BEVERL4 ANTIQUFS • 271-85 rr • BBZ]B.•.ry&vd.lu.A.wl...C.6f.90oe8 --------------------- 23? tDSSnnEtcs
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.nlc bul tnC n u +aid a ISvm . So Dnr qWltun, cnl k up L~k rdinglf ~n;hNc~ ~ . H-, .,.leua. Thol rs I tlnic .. L -. ~ 1 1~.I .... mpo. J mo ~ . . . _ taL,..~ ' . .I '. . plianPlhat' vilh r . ~O If. Ier c amplc. Nullar muuhau Jr cided to ervc up his mcmhcrshipp it ould be a tr.-c loss to the cluh_ You .cc, hC unly joined so he :ould ae hmeh ,tAeJubw'Ihhil:r._mr-l6lau- or pI: V Pln, I onc sdth ha oCharlic PHOENIX 1lalllvu dcao l plav cnrd+ or tcnnS. and h h do l nt LIP trl a l btt k.C• pa u h d~~s '. Il lan tl..lh.3..p..altncn clhr'thotlvl>eCO-rt. 1 165'noni ss tJrJ .., n . nndrI . nemeh mar.Fi bl icaca..i(n- d waidn, P - . ~ will ao- nnCpt n e[Ienlmtln9 r, n lor M1 o a oua he n.n al,oncd G e c E en death is r .'. d acuse. O dac a mcolhcr..l :I (a.uncmC had a iedn rk:nikll~ bl th hf>h IlhcLul.a.l' ~.fc J u.rhd t 1 ult~ rfelelil (dcmrtd nrc.ahad Ldlcr- Aft l abOUl Is nte. ' r.. aI, and I d ... s i.cd ce ru c fn m,:Jly ne _~ the ictiCiI hnarl. "Pbuld i hoy" n ' d a zrrying Hzrrc occr to the bendh and v- t him "here'- u.ked Cnc imp..uuv ,.q.ac. rIR n e to s rd.llvl _ or wcfl:u th oav"  ILiuus oliieespace and go lo work Piek Ihe cella. -Soma gey has culled wtlh outlined how a firm eelled Cuplwl Afan- up the Arizona RepuLl(r iu the morning hol poop nn e land freude that agcment was "peddling Innd in Yavupai c . nd wld_ Then he dm.e downtown Counlc ." ASamson told him Ihal II i~- or the Phoenls Gaxrre i in Ihc e ~nd headlinu e n diose who nd met hi.s ezller. John Harvey Adam- val..d Sam Steiyer. :, s sial aad ny n, _ Ih.: Ilps a sense t, bcst kno e.n aro o nd m rw as a d-s- RCpnbll Cor,.... si I ir.5 of the s V Noar Rct,es \Vloo.v reputable breeder of _te itounds aad as for the L.S. Ser.aeC ncd reilo Slr on the AIt3-r P.tv ou Lor: O[vos'roas r a tow-cmck ~-otor who used rn Chain . .. lomw lucc on Orgnnized YIrKe'r Txalrr Flll TaCSreae; Uvo 50.pouvd blc>- of cement m[hc bump- ~ ' a th3 could hc a scwp to Ctr.tnaes Drsreo; Tco Amsrr LaRO of curs he L.,J towed rof rtsu~ mt Sc:_ a" Bollos m d c Fa.w'o Gaarl parkir^ '-. ['I h~ o . ultl ~ oul a h t uuld ne' h I_' hit in Acmallc. Arizonas state laws make pnv tr,~f' in Ihem- prml when he'd fouvd a leqiGmnte tlnw it all mther casv. You ean in orporate Onw `-' Ihe . A eollcs IoSd Ctictrim- Adnmsun pmmised lo juttabout 'th'nefor>m.Inthelnndln "Ir.. ealsl v pri'' dac.n-ontorofhxslorv'und velern, b.i r rp entinp I A b-._- H -dTdnmsonhad tonl.oprodsefarBullez_o u.mm Ihins ptut or prescnl u~llegal, but its not a nsi Ihe Yraud la.rs to n repre- scm the future potential of a subdivision- Some qnics h sist the ctsle's re¢_ulaory agenciesareregolaledbytheverypeople I p} Ct/~J~/+,~ iACyro meant tn re¢ulate ~`L'l A6/,)~/. One man in porticular kvew [his ter- rr,l dmry ana il, aenl,ens. Don Bnues, 47, me wett u ycarr ngo- He waz a Ihird- gcnerztlon jaurnalistwirh AP crcdentiuls. He~msn't in Phocnis Iene before he saw Ihat crimc aidn't alwnys spep sIaOa. He s[arled in on the new breed. For his work he was nominated for s Pulitzer Pnze in 1965 and w named the sntai 'Newsman of the Ycar" in 1974, He wa, considered the he,t dieeer the paper ever hod- One ol his collengus said of his sp1e: "He cansidered most scnjeCt. guilly unlil ~e could prove them ent-a prcay valid starting po1nL•• But hC becn e frusaated. Llc fotmd prosccutars wanted him to do their work fur hom, and he was tired of thc ;hreao- _ er the ve . all the heat c hack oo and about him. 13ia doalcrs .. and heads in Sovernment g r. vbol nInBtothepublisherand rroftyrlny wh'ut UOIICY was doing to their I r . So late I:ut veeu, BOlles asked mber s transfe¢ed m the sate c~piml ~u5till- he cvuldn-t reeist Ihe call that into his desk on rnnrsanr. ~hy 9"L He told Bernie Wynn- the Rrpublies capltol bureau chieL as he le[t to mect Superb Ilalian Cuisine I762813r.rrzngton Court B.enJmaod L UVCN -T esd.,y-F:dday DLV:VER-(Mtly 9:3Q Sundey 330 Ctmedlu,,dti Reseruelions Only 476-7379 ,\ RESTAURAi SALOON ju~.PT,NG IrR©G SALOON DINNERLUNCHSUN CHAMPAGNEBRUNCH'COCKTAILS _ 11777 SAN VICENTE BRENTWOOD RESERVATIONS 820-1516 LosAnaE_ ~ 219
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Ca~e Swie,e Lun<heons Cocktails Dinner PATIO DINING Entertainment Nightly Closed Sundays 430 N. Redeo Drlve, ILavarly Hills CR A-28]0 TENNIS mnmver.ePn " .,r p' ian Iurking nrcuud the nmors ot Over the yeurs, the Jubnotse of the BHTC has undcrgonc seacral major foee Ilfts-In 1937, Hohnes and.Alerander allowed Ellsworth Vinek and Fred Perry to buy into the club and become eqnal partnerss The clnb needed refurbishing to compete with a new club -the Wut- side-which had just opened an acro.as town and had many things to nfferthat the Beverly chab dlda t have, Including a swimming pnnl Importunt cash was re- quhcd, and Vlncsend Perry could supply aAundunce because they had just mmed pro after their tVintbledon and Forest Hillx victpces. With the help of their money, the ambline clubhoure was refashioned into a modern Art Deco structure, with a funcy dining nount and cockrall lounge and a Fmnch-accented maitre d'- One of the tennie courts was torn up and sup- planted with a swimming pool, with gafly striped umbrella tables arnund it To mark the grsnd opening of the remodeted cluhhause, exhibition match was held that pitted my father Groncho and V'ines (represeming the United States) e nstCharlieChapMn and Perry (representing Great Britain). It was a well-ppblicized Hollywood af- faiq complete with o reel omeramen and lom of spectatoa ~s Chaplin played about the same brand of tennls as Grouchp-lousy-but took his game more seriously. This was a fatal mistake. Grouehu walked on the conrt carrying 12 raequcts and x large suftease. To Chaplin's annoynaee, Groucho refttsed to divulge the coutenu ofthesuitcase. "Never mind what's in there; he told Chaplin. 'Do I go around asking you what's in your sultcaseT' "I don't have a suitcase," snapped Chaplin, who, paradavically, had little ense of bumor offscreen. "Why in helt havmt you?" asked Groucho, as the gallery started to ohuckle. Chaplin became so nettled that his game fell completely apart. He especially resented the fact that Groucho speu most of the match sitting on his raequett making nasty rcmadcs about Chapiin's strokes, while Vines did all he ployfog and, incidentally, w m in¢. Finallv. Groucho had everyone in such hystericc that e.~en V ines and Pcrry were too limp to hit a ball over the net, At tha: point, Grouclro broueht his suitnase to nrid- court, opened it and stutted spreadlne a picnic lunch from Fste'd AI's out on a Manket_ "Let's play tennis." demanded Chap- lin, omraged. "I dldnt comc here to he our stniahi m. n, Gronrhu' wao.'nn er.rmr ,riirt enme here to It,, tennis - n.. tr.tr v~r, amc g" quippc d Groudb° Tall n. Clmrlic. tJ..~. .t.;n.L. IT ndwmh: nuLs ..ri, of Bc -:. I he lllls Tennis Club history. Hardly a mcmber is now alive who doesu't remember the argument he- Iwcen Churlie [:. erer, a[ap screenwrher (he unthnrcA ~Lmer) and nephew of Yln:ion Duvics, and Jack Cushingham. the elub's tconis for, over the rclative crits of their gnmcz'I bet Year a hun- dred bucks I eould bcat you tied to an clephant;' bomlcnl Gushingham fiually The fcllowing dtpa truuk from a local ,'mul tmioer hucked up to he c1ubB entnmce. a imp wus lowered and an elephant wa~ked down it and into the dub. accom.p:mied by are keeper Then, as the other members watched in as Lederer insisted that Cush- inglranr make good his boast - and on centcr c tut. Lederecxooodhackeranyway.easily won the match, but thosc who witnessed the spmmcle endt remcmber a fuunier, more bizarre sight than Cushingham smtosling to ,in aronnd the courr teth- ered to an elephant. or more bewlld- ered pnchyderm. Still, as it turued out, Lederer wasn't too happy about the outcome. When it.vas over, the manage- evt insisted that he shovel away the elephant droppin¢s. Gscar-winoiug director Willy Wylcr was no slouch either when it came to en- tertaitning his peca at the club. One rieht. at an outdoor party, motorcycle buff W'vler rode his machine onto the club gmonds, raecd aroend the courts on It and then raced down the oisles between pzrty tables, nunvwly missing the testlve diners. Finally, he hzuled the bike .,are the diving board and rode it off into the deep end of the .at It wusut all just tcnnis high jinks at the BH IC, howcver. Long before J lntmy Connors was bom, the club waa a vain- _ ued for ruture champs like Eranki~ Parker, Alica Marble, Panliue Bctz Bndac Patty-and Bobby Riggs. Couch Ells+.onh Vioes chcve to endow a mv,'-headed 17-yearbld u ned Jack Kramer with his own blistering fore- hand anfl canaonboll xer.¢e The rest L rLm-y. In 1911. he B~~-edy HiIIS Tennis Club 11,1111d or run into financial veuble. The arint villain as. World War II, which took away most of the club's big spenderx.leuvlna;osl a Few juoior mcm- bers and housewives t suppon the ,face War sha~ lage, and gas raGOain¢ compounded to make business svorse. Somehow the BHTC survived the war wirhoul go completely undea But in
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DINERS' DICTIONARY CmumueJ ham Pnye RGS P:1te: A e ud n __ b•aI I Pril : With u M1 , _`.- ".In. rc . ':IiqcutWl.; ' 1 -L _ vstandservedhotarcald Rhen(ln- etend of a crusl) !he Pd:iis c'ooked in a fat- Ihmd enrlhenwarc dish, !he bknd is simply called n(errfrm, P3tE de foie grus A blcnd of ¢oo.se liver, fuely ground park and trufnev Withont tlm pork anRfng, lhu miatura i called s mply fMegrosorloieS:'as nnrmu vel. Pntuserie: Pastrv. Pa:piettes:Thin slices of beef or vealrolled Ivd a sh:fltng of herbs. greens and some- tfines gro d pork. Pnyeunne,blarSimply prepared dlslla wlll: an abnndance of rool vegembles. Ptche: Peach. Peehe blelba: Ice c atop a peaeh, topped w9h raspberry s PSehes Cmdinal:Lighlly simmered peaches with a pureed raspberry sa : chilled. PmlFurd (arPErigucus, a lap With truales. Persil:Parslev. Persillade, en: Prepared with a mixmre whlchincludes parsley,bread c:umbs,garliy habs and shallots, or jua ploin chopped panley. Pefite mnrmite:A claa beefsalvp.gare shed with chickev, beef and vegel blcs nd a piece of checsosprinkled masl. Pefifs pois: Small greun peas. Pfemonlaise, a Iv With 'matoes or cruflled o Pilaf:Ria aauteed in fat and onions: then aokedin ned broth. PiperaJe: An ovlnlet served in ils pan, made wirh gadie n:os, tomataea pepperz ham. Plstom A sau¢composed of garii0. lon:alo, cheese and bnsil, often served on spaghetti. Poire:PCa . Poffeaux:Leeks. Pnfa Helcne: A dessert of pear, ice crenm and chacolatesauec. Pois:Peas-POir rnsses are rplll peas. Poissun:Fish. Poitrine de venu: Frcast of veal. Poivre: PepFer. Polun s Im Polish srvle_ Ofte with bccls, bread cn.mts, som arcam or hotse- uJuh. Pomme: Apple. Pomme de hrre: Pot2to. Porc: Pork. Portugalsqhla:Withtomam,anionand/ar I gaalic. Pntnge:SOUP. Patan-feu: A boiled beef dinner.'mclnding caicken - and wmetimes pork - ve_ - tnbles and a hearty b:oth PotEe: Anv dish prepared In a c bun rnilly a fillia_e sooP l:ke pork md caubi,s. Pmde:ASawlugehleken. Po,Jeh A young fryer or Grnlier. Pnuletle: A while snuce with misM1manu aad pn¢ley. bies. ProvcnSaly a lu: ~. ~I in the ~ ~ Prt:.pnx, wim a. Prn u: P:v. r6¢. P u ur6¢ Cooked fo:: r==d Ihrough a sicvc or mashed to a pltiko 'ndsteocy. Qwnelles Pmced 3sh. aultry o eal aad n11h allghl cteam pm e fomiedlinm „an bal/, or ahmni,, poacnm and semed hot or cold. Q:rene de hoenf: Oaell. Q:iche: A hot open-face t 'vnlninlug n rietv of cuemN-like m:au:c . Quiehe a:x epinnrds. Wlth :pinach and shallots. ~ Qulche s fruls de mev With lobster, shrimp o rnbocat. Quiche Lurraine: Made witl: credm, eggs, aud bacon (orham). Radu: Radish. Raende A ste.s of veal, Ilunb, bcef, etc RalxinE Fmit eookal i, fape julcc. Rametiu: A small. iudividual dish in which foods may be cooked oud served. Alsa, a cM1eesemd eggmismre prepared in a pastry- ]Ined namekSn. Rniulouille: A c erole of e55Plnnt, zu eldni, o s, tomatocs and peppers, o ally accomp n;ing roust meat or chicken R€genec With crayfish and tmthes. Rein i Ia: With a and tm(fic vr RilleHac :. ,. whkn slivers of fatand lean Fm _v oolvd in seasonine and the• Ito a r' k orisr for use asasp. st. [lis de .eau: x -_elbreeds_ Rtsuko: Brmscd ,. Rtssoles t or fish mixtores wrapped in pv4ry, bfeaded end itied. RIz: Rice. Ramon: Kidney. Romsteek: Rcmp steak. Rossini: With fole qros and [rultles. R6fie Roast ce rausttd, Ruuille: See bmdl/nhoisse. Rrrynle With mushrooms and trallles. Russe, a la With beets or beet juice. sau; - rhor radi.h-Also, a mnyoma 'sc - e oflobter roe and caviar spioed with mns- Imd arL a plquwrt enuse. Sabnynu: A creamy hot pndding made wirh agg yolks, sugar. winee and some navonnm milla ,.. Sautl-Germ m With pca . Snint-Hnbern WtM1 ganre~ Snl2de vetle: A simple _ereen saWd_ Salmis: Poultry ar game hash in a tich Sac.iswn: A @u2- sdusage. (aancinnr e nwll nneJ Snnmon: Sulmon. . Ilawred wl[b l ld and I . aul 6 6ulls 1id wwr whipL I cream, SeL Salt. Smi: A,au.c sdth sour crum and rmne 9n: a ec With Iarr_e mhite n_v bcana. SlrmbouR[eois<, d Ia: Widt )aie grus or ..ucrkrata Sncre: Sugar. Salfnnns Smaa seedleo yellow rarans. Snpr2me: Wilh a rich c ar _ - o tho best rn6 of fowl arfmh. Soo olorso: mml wim fresnfoie.e.n tn:IFle s, wgnac v:d rzane stock coaked in mn eanhenware crock. T:ntare: With Imtvr sanac. T.mfe:An open pie- usually filled with tmit, or'len o cd n d base. Tarteletles:Littlc panry shells filled with chee si fmim, etc. Tnrtine: Toust on which e_ame birds ar.. fved. Timbafca: Very small, indlvidnel m ouffies ooked and served in dmm~ or molds or cupc Taurnedus: Small steaks eut fmm the mn- duloin of bcct. Tripos Tripe, the stomach Ilnln_ of a bo- .Tripe aNodedeCCen is n m6mil of carrots, oviovs, leeks, Calvados aod ox tooves. TmNe: TmBle, a rate, msrshroom-hkc mba Truite au bleu: Pcshly caught brook trout placed In a pot of boiling water, salt, vin- egar and herbs, quickly cooked and turned blue by tlre viuegar. Turque, :) In: Turkish style. Witb r, and saRron.eggPlantor2ecchini. Also,av omc- lel stuRed with ctickeu Irven with a mr aon of 6tadelm saucn. Vachenn: A cisulzr shnped m ringue e hlryed with whippeJ cnea q rce er m vnd f •itsymPS. Valois (or Luyou): A v or bemrnoise that includes coucentmled meat sfnck. Vzsn: Veal. Velmtl€: A s oatl: and rich white sauee. V6nifiemle,'a In: With a grecn sauca VEruniquc With erapes_ Vert-prf: With a solored gamish. \Vith s:eaks, chops and broll¢s: bouquets of w and shoe triqg potatoes. With white eatnsand duck; peas, stdng benvs and asparagus tiryv s9chy:With carrots. Vnlaille: Poultry. \'olourenL A r und o vnl m:6-pasle shell enntaining a e¢amed fillfng. Zingan: )clienne of hnm, tongue, mush- roomS t rutfles and Madeira,thioken¢1 with demi-qlsce of tomalo ftuvoted w%rN mr- mgon.  F
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