California Pasadena Independent Newspaper Archives Nov 1 1957, Page 10

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Independent, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1957, Pasadena, CaliforniaTearful eulogies film brass Praise Bury Mayer Nickel More Copper the United Nikkel Reafy contains Only 25 per cent Nickel the remainder is cop per. Los Angeles. Movie earned More Money a Neer Louis b. Mayer 72, was Laid to rot yester Tay amid the tearful eulogies of More than 3000 of his friends and associates. Dozens of the Hollywood year thar any other executive in America. Another of Mayer s stars in the Golden Era of Hollywood Jeanette Macdonald lifted her voice with an Organ a com peace cemetery. At noon there was a minute of silence observed in the movie Industry. Mayer who helped found the studio that bore his name and provided a great number of other Hollywood firsts died personalities whom the color Ful film tycoon boosted on the path to Fame and Fortune walked wet eyed past his elaborate casket bedecked with White carnations and red and White roses. The Wilshire blvd. Temple was jammed with More than 2000 mourners. More than 3000 others stood quietly by in the dazzling Sunshine outside. Tracy s Eulogy White haired Spencer Tracy one of the brightest stars once under contract to metro Godwyn Mayer studio called Mayer a Man of great stat ure in his Brief Eulogy. Tracy said he took people out of their work a Day world and gave them something to dream about. He had astonishing in sight into the heart and the mind. He was a Man of senti ment and then quoting from a poem Tracy voice wavering said a great Cedar Falls and leaves lonesome place against the rabbi Edgar Magnin gazing solemnly at the crowded Flower bedecked synagogue said his association with Mayer had gone Back to Days when the movie maker had first arrived in California. At that Magnin said he could t afford to get his Luggage from the train Sta the rabbi then briefly traced the career of the Man who Pani ment to the strains of tuesday after a lengthy fight an Quro at t Ifo a Sweet mystery of life minute s silence when the 30-minute Cere Mony ended Mayer s casket was transported through the lines of mourners to a private against anaemia and leukaemia. Among the screen notables paying homage were Norma Shearer Robert Taylor Billie Burke Eleanor Powell Fred Astaire. Katharine Hepburn. Interment at the Home of the Leo Carilo and red Skelton. My vital inn Vitee. A urdu. uus Samcic Montau try this new idea Sandwich today make a hit with the lunch Box set with this 3-Decker made with Gordon s thin sliced Sandwich loaf. Fill one layer with a blend of chopped cooked Ham and hard boiled egg Flavoured with Mustard and Mayonnaise. Fill the other layer with a slice each of Salami and Cheddar cheese. Gordon s enriched White bread stays fresh no preservatives used. Make it twice As tasty with that a fled Gordon s bread stays fresh naturally no preservatives used where in am deluxe 4 course Chicken dinner 1.75 children s plate 1.00 Law Tutki. Choli ind a tits and him Iii and

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