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One- of the most unusual double-headers
in the music business is
aimed at the patrons of the popular
Riviera, Port Washington,
Long Island. The event takes
nlace on Saturday evening, July
That night, direct from the
internationally famous Newport
Jazz Festival, comes Don Ellis
and his bright and exciting orchestra.
For two years the Ellis
band has blazed new trails
with its electric sound. It is
perhaps the most different and
outstanding big orchestra to
come along in years. The electronic
amplification in the brass
and reed sections makes the
Ellis concerts a complete rev-hy
ChriR Klesh, Entertainment Editor
elation for all listeners.
To complete the evening and
give diners and dancers a chance
to use the large waxed floor area
for dancing, Earl Hines, the great
modern jazz piano star, will bring
his orchestra in to accommodate
all the dance music requirements
for the evening. Hines has been
an influence in the business since
the early Thirties. To critics
and fans alike, he s in immortal.
That's the different and inviting
program for listening and
dancing on Saturday evening, July
13 - Don Ellis and his contemporary
sound and " Fatha" Hines
and his joyful, swinging dance
The Riviera continues the same
price structure as has been in
effect all spring and early summer.
$ 9.50 to $ 13.00 for dinner,
and listeners and dancers who
want to be around just for the
music are obliged to pay only
a $ 5.00 music charge.
The live music policy at The
Riviera is continuing full blast
with an additional night set for
Friday evening, July 12th. That's
the evening that Bernie and
Mickey Mann, the hosts and owners
of the club, are bringing in
a special favorite of Nassau and
Suffolk County residents.
The well- known Marv Kurz
will front his 15- piece Steven
Scott Orchestra for a full evening
of lush, danceable music.
Village Offers Arts And Crafts
Program For Youngsters
The Incorporated Village of
Massapequa Park is offering a
Recreational Arts and Crafts
Program for youngsters of the
village during the summer
months. The classes will be held
at the Michael J. Brady Community
Park at Lake Shore Drive
and Front Street in the Park, on
Tuesday and Thursdays. Jack
Bauman, Director of Recreation,
and Miss Marjorie Paterno
Craft specialist are in charge
of the activities.
Classes begin on Tuesday of
this week and will continue
through Thursday, August 30
from 2 to 4 p. m. Scheduled programs
for Tuesday, July 16,
" Flowered book markers", for
ages 5 to 7 and " Traffic sign
book markers" for ages 8 to
On Thursday, July 18, " Paper
dishes", for ages 5 to 7 and
' Skills Sticks", ages 8 to 10;
Tuesday, July 23, " Coloring",
ages 5 to 7 and " Black Magic",
ages 8 to 10; Thursday, July
25, ' Tin Wheels", ages 5 to 7
and " Pencil Holders", ages 8
On Tuesday, July 30, " Note
Pad Holders", ages 5 to 10 and
Thursday, August 2, " Pipe
Cleaners", ages 5 to 10. Tuesday,
August 6, " Paper Chains",
ages 8 to 10 and " Beads", ages
5 to 7; Thursday, August 8,
" Coloring", ages 5 to 7and " Pot
Holders", ages 8 to 10; Tuesday,
August 13, " Leather
Crafts", ages 5 to 10; Thursday,
August 15, " Ice Cream
Sticks", ages 5 to 7 and " Skills
Sticks", ages 8 to 10. Tuesday,
August 20, " Flower Pots Made",
ages 5 to 10 - Thursday, August
22, " Paper Kites", ages 5 to
7 and " Painting", ages 8 to
10. Tuesday, August 27, " Indian
Head Bands and Arm Bands",
ages 5 to 10 and on Thursday,
August 29, " Rings and Necklaces",
ages 5 to 10 ( girls only)
and " Leather Crafts", ages 5
to 10 ( boys only).
Roosevelt Savings Offers ' Glamour' Accounts
Depositors at the Roosevelt
Savings Bank, Bar Harbour Shopping
Center, Massapequa Park,
these days are offered in addition
to a " Regular" savings account,
two new types of accounts--
a " Gold Ribbon Account"
and a " Blue Ribbon Deposit."
The " Gold Ribbon Account"
pays dividends from day of deposit
to day of withdrawal at the
rate of 4 3/ 4% compounded quarterly.
The " Blue Ribbon Deposit"
is a term deposit from 6 months
to 2 years maturity and guarantees
an interest rate of 5%
compounded daily. This is actually
5.26% over a 2 year period.
In recent days New Yorkers
have seen a variety of new savings
accounts offered to them.
This is a result of the action
of the New York State Legislature
in authorizing new forms
of deposit. The mainstay of the
savings bank in the opinion of
most authorities however will
always be the ' Regular" account
which currently pays 5°,
dividends compounded quarterly
at Roosevelt Savings Bank.
P rudential Theatres Sold
Marshall Naify, President of
United Artists Theatre Circuit
Inc., announced the acquisition by
Skouras Theatres Corporation,
its subsidiary, of all the theatre
operations of Prudential Theatres.
The closing of the transaction
took place on Tuesday. July
9th. Present at the closing
were Joseph Seider. Chairman
of the Board of Prudential Theatres
and Salah M. Hassanein,
Executive Vice President of the
United Artists Theatre Circuit
The operational functions of the
Skouras and Prudential Theatres
will continue to be conducted from
Skouras Theatres* present headquarters,
II") Middle Neck Road,
Prudential Theatres operates
theatres mainly in Milwaukee,
Wisconsin. Connecticut and Suffolk
County. New York. In addition
Prudential operates its own
concessionaire business both
within and outside its own operations.
Included in the acquisition
are a bowling alley operation
in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and
the Carriage Home Motor Lodge,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Picture Book Time At
Plainedge Public Library
For children ages four to six
the Plainedge Public Library will
hold a weekly Picture Book Time
on Wednesdays at 10 A. M.
All children in School District
# 18 are eligible to participate,
but registration is
necessary0 Further details may
be obtained at the Library during
regular library hours.
Civic Group Holds Final Meet
The Dolphin- Green Civic Association
held the final meeting
of the season at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. H. Portney, 109Green-way
A membership drive will be
held in the fall.
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