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Star-News (Newspaper) - December 6, 1972, Pasadena, California I u WEDNESDAY, pec. i, if iii Kosher Hot Dogs at Trader Joe's Kosher Frankt'urfprs con- tain no pork. They are based on beef which has open slaughtered under Rabbinical super- only the fore- quarters are used. We blind tasted three brands, and II r lire w .National was the winner. The J2 oz. package is nor- mally sold for to But we sell the same package for only at TRADER JOE, Open 7 A.M.-Midnijht Trader Joe's Market, (HO S. I Arroyo Parkway, Pasadena; j 1566 Colorado, in Eagle Rock. PUTTING ON AIRS When Clovis, a killer whale, got the sniffles in a Marine- land Show at Anlibes, France, she was placed in an oxygen lent. It turned out vio coble from Paris to be a whale of a job since the big mammal required a tent. But with the oxygen, plus antibio- tics, Clovis .was soon back on the job. a Forget pressures problems of the work-a- day world and enjoy a vacation you'll never forget ...at the Sheraton Oasis, a unique resort hotel In the heart of Palm Springs! Breakfast on your own balcony...enjoy golf, tennis, swimming, horseback riding, hiking...or just plain relaxing In the golden 1 sunshine and clean clear desert air. It's a true Oasis, secluded yet just a few blocks from the fabulous Palm Springs shops... 2 tparkllng full size pools, 2 therapeutic pools, fully air- conditioned, television in every room, nightly entertainment and superb dining in the exotic Rubatyat Restaurant! Gat i fresh new happy outlook on .Take off lo the Sheraton Oasis Hotel in Palm Springs! lor nsemlions all 325-1301 or call Iree any time from anywhere, Sheraton's World Wide Reservation 325-3535 Banquet and Convention Facilities from 15 lo 150 SHERATON OASIS HOTEL 155 South Belardo Spring, California 92162 Rashomon Beautiful Play Worth Re-Seeing Rashomon, presenled by Pas-lure in which his quiet body and aclena Theatre Co. at 46 N. voice dominated the I Robles Ave., is nol a new play-iseenc .But it is a thoughtful and _.' Itiful one worth seeing manv was also due lo the sen- HUP that will bn remom- direction of Larry Zcm- and pondered. How pie who consistently evolved Ihei imany plays today are worthy ofjm0vement of his actors inlo im-l I that qualification? and mcanlngful In an Oriental setting of an- ciant Japan, the age-old ques- tion of "What'is is giv- en realistic, dramatic, ironic and finally humorous treat- ment. A priest disillusioned as! pictures, manipulating the val ties of light, atmospheric scene and a use of music, bird-calls and abstract sounds to produce a sensuous, enchanting tola theatre. lo truth and justice in thej Claude La Rose, playing the trying of a murder case has de-l bandit, earned his ovation in a serted his village. superb characterization dy- Pausing in the shelter of the namically alive and magnetic. great Rashomon Gateway to Sandra "Wife" His- For Best Results Read Star-News Classified Kyoto, lie is joined by a wig maker and a woodcutter. Both are thieves. Between them the tale of the wife of a Samurai warrior assaulted and her hus- band killed by a bandit is given our conflicting versions. At last it is the woodcuttet whose lies disclose the real ruth and whose cowardly fear of involvement is balanced by an act of great compassion. The play ends with the priest returning lo his church having discovered that truth is as you see it and that every man is within himself both wicked and good. Edwin McClelland as the jpriest created a powerful fig-j played an artistic comprehen- sion of a threefold interpreta- tion enhanced by a grace of lyric movement that seepied flow out of and to express the Oriental mode of her costume. The Samurai husband played by Zemple was somewhat too aesthetic in appearance for ar- rogant nobility. Nonetheless, he staged twice over an ex- cellent combat with the bandit. Al De Sio, Art Lyon, Roy Mey- er, Mae Pacente and Selma 4oguG orchestrated their roles to give proper color to the sym phonic whole. Rashomon continues Friday? and Saturdays through Decent ber with an curtain. 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