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Oafh of office [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Oafh of office Dr. Franklyn A. Johnson (left), takes the oath of office as the fourth President of California State College at Lo* Angeles as the climax of colorful academic ceremonies held at the College last Friday. Administering the oath is Charles luckman. Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the California State College*. Included in the audience of sev» eral thousand witnessing the ceremonies were more than 700 persons garbed in the traditional academic robes, among them more than 300 representatives of American and foreign colleges, universities, and learned societies.
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
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General Hospital socialized medicine hit by Stevenson [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
General Hospital socialized medicine hit by Stevenson Stan Stevenson, 29th Congressional District Republican candidate drew an anology between socialized medicine and the conditions at Los Angeles County General Hospital which brought about the current sweeping investigation there.” Disclosures at County General Hospital, Stevenson said, are examples of what results from government ownership and operation of business. “Experience shows that needy people and our senior citizens are the ones who suffer the most in government managed hospitals. Those who can help themselves the least sue the ones most likely to get impersonal care and service in public hospital facilities.” “Doctors and hospital administrators do not desire the conditions that prevail in such institutions,” Stevenson said. Stevenson said government operated hospitals are not free enterprise,” hence, the desirable arrangement of having to serve the people in order to continue in business is substitited for one of having...
Installation of officers at El Sereno [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Installation of officers at El Sereno El Sereno PTA installation of officers was conducted by Mrs. Joseph Halt The record book and a past president’s pin was presented to Mrs. Manuel Holguin. Mrs. Robert Mateer, program chairman, gave a look into PTA its whys and wherefore and reviewed the rules of the organization. June 2 will be the day for a thank-you-tea to be given by Mrs. Manuel Holguin for board members and officers. Plans are being made for the June culmination and the traditional activity held for student body members who have given service to the school. On June 9 El Sereno PTA will serve lunch at the La Sierra council meeting. Those who can help please call Mrs. Manuel Holguin, CA 5-6243 or Mrs. Robert Mateer, CA 2-2597. An Hawaiian menu will include sweet and sour pork, lettuce salad with dressing, roll and butter, sherbet and coffee.
Calif. Home Defenders endorse Ben Cordova [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Calif. Home Defenders endorse Ben Cordova Ben Cordova, a Republican in the 48th District, this week received the endorsement of the California Home Defenders, a non-profit organization, in his fight for the Assemblyman nomination in the California June 3 primary. According to R. M. Angier, chairman of the CHD, “The very first section of the first Article of our State Constitution, cornerstone of our political system, declares that ‘free and independent’ men have the "Inalienable right’ of ‘acquiring, possessing and protecting property,’ But there is an unpublicized group mercilessly bent on depriving you of the right.” He went on to say that Cordova was the man to put a stop to these “brush-offs.”-Angier stated that the “legal’’ machinery the "merciless group’’ uses to take away home owners rights, was that of “the Redevelopment Act, usually known as ‘urban renewal.’ Although sold to the public as ‘slum clearance,’ it provides that ‘lands, buildings or improvements which are not det...
CSC victim of burglaries twice in week [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
CSC victim of burglaries twice in week Police are beginning to wonder if there are ghosts at California State College as nearly $5OO worth of different office equipment has been taken from "locked” offices in two separate burglaries .within a one week period. A tape recorder from the sociology department office, and a book copier from the government geography office totalling $266.41 was taken on May 12, with "no evidence of a forced entry,” police said. Two days later on May 14, the music department was entered where recording and an amplifier was taken. Cost of the missing items mounted to $213. Police stated that a possible connection is seen between the two cases. However, they failed to comment on the possibility that a pass key is being used.
Tutoring fund deadline near [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Tutoring fund deadline near George Ingles, principal of Lincoln Heights School, issued a reminder today that only a few weeks remain for the public to contribute to the "Dollars for Scholars” tutoring program that is scheduled at Lincoln during the summer months. The $5OO goal is still a long way off and the money is needed to provide an adequate clerical staff to handle the tutoring program. The program itself will be free to any high school student attending the summer session at Lincoln, College students who will donate their time to the project are now being recruited from Southland campuses. A similar program conducted since last fall at the Times Boys’ Club has been hailed as a big success, as has a program being conducted at Epiphany Church through the auspices of the Episuopal Parish of East Los Angeles. A major portion of Lincoln High’s summer tutoring service will be underwritten by the City School System, but funds for the clerical help must come from donations. The free ...
Council proxies to meet at Rose Hills playground Friday [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Council proxies to meet at Rose Hills playground Friday La Sierra Council presidents’ meting will be held on May 22 at the Rose Hill Playground at 1 p.m. Mrs. Donald Frye, parliamentarian, will give a parliamentary procedure workshop on June 5 at 9 a.m. at the new Royal Savings and Loan Ass’n Building. For further information please call Mrs. Frye or Mrs. Elmer Martin at CA 18911. El Sereno and Glen Alta PTAs will be hostesses at the council at the Rose Hill Playground June 9 at 10 a.m. The theme will be an Hawaiian luau. Reservations must be in by June 6. Please caU Mrs. Carl Hanson, CA 5-0465 or Mrs. Elmer Martin, CA 1-8911. The program will feature the installation of council officers and the local presidents for the year 1964-65. Council officers are: Mmes. ElMer Martin, president; Walter Langtimm, first vice president: Charles Diaz, second vice president; Frank Garcia, third vice president; Carl Hansen, recording secretary; Kenneth Cass; treasurer; Donald Frye, auditor; Harry B...
Stevenson GOP record assailed by Farrington [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Stevenson GOP record assailed by Farrington Charlie Farrington, candidate in the 39th Diatriet GOP congressional race, ripped Into Stanley Stevenson for what he termed "Stevenson's shocking admission to the Highland Park UROC Monday night. "Stevenson admitted in direct questioning before the group that he had never been active in Republican Party work on any level, prior to his seeking the congressional nomination.” Farrington said, “Stevenson had based his whole claim to the Republican nomination on the fact that he has lived in the same neighborhood for a number of years. I have tried many times to get him to tell the people what he has done for our Party during those years. He has refused. Now, at last we know that the answer is ‘nothing.’ Simply living in the same place for years doesn't qualify anyone to hold office. It takes a knowledge of political affairs based on experience. Mr. Stevenson hasn't even done basic precinct work before getting into this race. He didn't know the...
Coffee hour fete set Saturday [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Coffee hour fete set Saturday Superior Court Judge Vincent S. Dalslmer, candidate for district attorney, will be honored at a coffee hour this Sat-, urday. May 23, from 3 to S' p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hamilton. 4319 San Rafael A ve. Highland; Park. Judge Dalsimer will give a talk on aspects of his 15-point platform with emphasis on changes needed in the district attorney’s office and new programs for crime prevention.
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SCIENCE FRONTIER mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrnmmmmnmm Midwest heard in research plea [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
SCIENCE FRONTIER mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrnmmmmnmm Midwest heard in research plea BY RICHARD LEWIS Son-Times Science Writer Special to Northeast Publications WASHINGTON—The rising dissatisfaction in the Middle West about its lack of government research and development project appears to have registered in the White House. At least, this impression was conveyed to the American Physical Society here last week in a speech by Dr. Donald F. Homig, President Johnson's science adviser. It was the only thing the 43-year-old Princeton University chemist had to say that aroused general interest. Hornig made it dear that while Mr. Johnson’s policy is to hold down research and development spending a bit, there is recognition of the need to spread it around more. In fact, said Hornig, two congressional committees investigating research spending have inquired about this very point. Have research-development funds been concentrated in too few areas? Has this had an adverse effect on other areas...
Whooping cough Sometimes fatal in children under three [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Whooping cough Sometimes fatal in children under three ... H. Sutherland, M.D. L A. County Health Officer Pertussis, better known as whooping cough, is a contagious disease that involves the upper respiratory tract. Though it can be prevented through immunization, between 2000 and 4000 cases are reported in California each year, with an overall fatality of about one-half of one per cent of the cases that occur. Though the disease is sometimes seen in adults, most cases occur, in children. Deaths from whooping cough occur chiefly in very young children; approximately onethird of them among infants less than three months of see. one-ball in those leas than six month* of age, and nearly 90 per cent in those under the age ol two years. Both caaea and deaths, it is believed, are occurring in unvaccinated childrcn. CHILDHOOD AILMENT This childhood disease spreads from the infected person to other susceptible individual* by way of minute droplets of bacteria-laden saliva expelled into the ...