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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
USE YOUR HOLLYWOOD SALE BFD CREDIT CARD Hora’s What You Got. . . TWIN BED SET 4-OAY SALE—MON 'TUB. WH&gt;. THURS. A Sat Cwnhh of • ONI TUFTLISS INNIRSniNO MATTRESS • ONI OUAIANTHD •OX SPtINO • ONI SIT HOLLYWOOD IMS *2990 Plastic Hoadboard Extra Only $3.00 Down—Small Monthly Payments hr Quality SPECIAL SAU 9F CuJto* mada sati if 7 ft. long, 6 ft. KING SIZE HOTEL SET Luxurious $4090 ONLY |1.30 DOWN ONLY $6.60 DOWN iasy nuns easy MONTHLY W $ INTERNATIONAL CRBHT CARD LAISCO PEDIC SET 10-yr. (uar JO-Yaar ide Mattress Co. ONLY ir.7o down 1439 COLORADO BLVD. Phono CL 5-7452 I Botweon Hguoroo A Eoglo Rode Blvd., EAGLE ROCK Op*" Dolly « A.M. to 6 P.M. Mondoy 6 Mdoy, 0 AM. h f PAL LOW PACIORY TO YOU PUCK
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
IVI JPL RY WISE 4ND SHOPPING SUGGB.TJONS , 1 ■ ■o I! 58 i Mother, want to save on baby’s cereal? m BEICH*NUT BABY FOOD sir?* ?r?i BiniiM irs tho"* sssrSaSSflstsssssss PPBMwMINIBbMnMIV m BBT BoSrSC mm, M «■* tm Take this coupon to jour store and get 84 off any Beech-Nut Cereal: Oatmeal, Com, High Protein, Rice, or Mixed Cereal. AD hare the smooth texture and wonderful flavor babies love, as well as the nutrition they need. One spoonful just naturally leads to another, because Beech-Nutcaters to your baby’s taste! .» More kinds of more people listen most to KMPC dial
Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Fli* Bovs USDA "CHOICE" STEER BEEF JAW AT THE BOYS sef/s ONLY STOCK UP ON THESi LOW, 10 # CHOICE BEEF CUTS T-BONE USDA "CHOICE" BEEF v M and romombor ONLY 1 OUT OF 3 it GOOD ENOUGH! CLUB STEAKS Tender, Juicy 7 Teodor J Situ* s** 5 ** rib 7 If You Save Lb. 19*' LB CTKAK* SUNSHINI HYDROX COOKIES TOP 19 tK 49c JuKV Tender ILb. lb. TL TROPIC AN A FUR*/FRESH ORANGE JUICE ■•■MW MORTON Si 59* VARIETIES quality Save GOtO 10c OAR* Complete i Dinner 14b 67 C O cramp J*SZ Tender end Juicy ■ 1-lb. Pk* vast import® DANISH M HAM ** 65 c of a W.'l I TENDER AND JUICY. SAVE 60c A POUND! i PORTIRHOUSE Tender, Juicy Save S4c a Lb. ■;v&gt; sm it ROUND STEAK *6s* SWISS STEAK rr *s9* Spencer STEAK * s l 49 SIRLOIN TIP "trC N. Y. Stripper USDA "Choke" EE STEAK u&gt;. 89* ILY STEAK tl: *79* P ROAST « 69* h i! English Cut Tender B Juicy LEAN AND JUICY , Mode Fresh Every Hoar Ground (Ground HICK 49* W ROAST if mignon tsr.'ssr STANDING 69*1 T«ndw . Jwky U. 7| 69 ■ISH SPECIALS BONELESS LB. ZEN/...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
ALE AT THE BOYS CUTS t vi mi TENDER AND JUICY. SAVE 60c A POUND! \ Si E STEAK ILY STEAK tir « 79* IP ROAST IK IZ.T" « 69‘ iF roast tJass; 0-69*1 !T MIGNON tir.’SSr ■ISH SPECIALS LB. KEN/NORTH E RN/SLICED STANDING ROAST LB, ' ISSH BRANO/lt-OZ. PKS. [tain trout r Knß Nk 79c BONELISS ROAST ■t. ssr* j-e » SavV^r Cuf CHUCK to A IM. /t asty s X*Ah BONELESS TOP Boneless BEEF PLATE BOILING BEEF SHORT RIBS JBBY'S I IMATO 1 SCOT or COMM ROYAL JMPMJE SAUCE &gt;. 1000 Shoot Mo. Can lALVO TABLETS Inciudsß 10c Off Übol C.N. B. JAMS &amp; JELLIES S Btr.wfc.rry S P«eh S P«ush-Pin.»ppl» S Apriaat e AprlMt-Pinaappl* • Qr.p. 5: 49* •• V. I * A I / 11 I FIRM tUPI SLICING J LBS. LB. f SWEET, RPC, FROM BEAUTIFUL HAWAII IDS r pizza IN LOS ANOHJS SHOP AT; t linn ■* » * Bin ru 39c 49c ei. Mh * 47« i and SpbbSwby I S|wMpne «A» Uapahaj. MB —— - i mmoboo -■ w fianßßi cppo .fibrwoo * MbßßLbblw BSd WPStPTP OTHRR BOYS MARIONS IN SOUTHIRN CALIFORNIA * CWPM * Bawppy, nws * Mtartpp. n. Bn Cwpnpwpiefc...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
SAVE CASH' WIN PRIZES! REDEEM YOUR FOURTH WEEK COUPONS NOW ... w' USDA CHOICE ;*ri m £ © Your Choice b Always Ui.DJL CHOKE At Voh's &amp; Shopping Bog Full Gunter Cuts... BONELESS __ ROUND STEAKS 69 il. BONELESS Save 31* Seafood SeoJections FRESH SALMON ZZUSSS.9* KAUBUTir SWORDFISH •SSh'lOt hlbtanMCtw Treat *5% 531* 43* Peeled SMepJBSSRn. 49* •85S»•!» ImmstmTi maraej •J ■f •S 651 A &gt;TVV X / AQt T(7t V -V ■&gt; t Center Cut CHUCK cm lb STEAKS Cube Steaks SiHoin Tip VSff Rib Steaks 891 771 Ab APPLE SAUCE Apple City' Fancy USDA CHOICE A v/o Highly LB 24' or CTR BTL 0 fA K A Flavor Say e Save lOe 6c 10c BEEF BOASTS Choice Rump Roast *»* C Ac BONELESSRUMP or ROUND ROAST . 6»i. ' Boneless Chuck ss 691 Center Cut Chuck 391 Brisket of 69l Boneless Stew Beef Von's &amp; Shopping Bag Better Quality GROUND MEATS Always Fresh and Extra lean Ground OW( tiSr v Beef...O#t. GROUND. GROUND CHUCK ROUND 49! I 59! ■■■salvo CREAJVK TABLETS Jorseymaid—Catering i» T-*. -...
Primary Election Soldwater or [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Primary Election Soldwater or Editorials Last January 6 we said in an editorial on this page that the entrance of Senator Barry Goldwater into the race for the Republican nomination for President of the United States was a welcome and refreshing event. Now that we are nearing the great showdown, we say again that this campaign has been stimulating and thought-provoking. We predicted last January 30 that the race would come down to the California primary, with the nomination depending upon Goldwater’s success here. There is every reason to believe that that is just what will happen. If Goldwater gets the California vote over his lone opponent. Governor Nelson Rockefeller, we believe he will be a sure-ln to be nominated at the Republican national convention in San Francisco in July. If he loses in California, his chances will be greatly reduced, with a likelihood that a third candidate will get the nomination. As things now appear, that could be Richard Nixon. The campaign for the Rep...
Evelle Younger An impressive background [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Evelle Younger An impressive background The nonpartisan office of district attorney for Los Angeles county is the focus of One of the most important decisions to be made by the voters at the June 2 primary election. It is important because the district attorney is one of he few elected officals whose duties bring him into direct contact with the people, and whose knowledge of law and whose sense of judgment are the balance wheels between justice and the public safety. In this key contest, we recommend the election of Judge Evelle J. Younger, whose impressive legal background and long experience on the bench qualifies him, in our opinion, to serve the people of this county with distinction and outstanding ability. Even those who rethember Younger as the efficiently stem, yet kindly judge of television’s “Traffic Court’ 1 program, may be surprised by the long list of Judge Younger’s accomplishments in the fields of criminal investigation and law enforcement. His distinguished record i...
AFTER HOURS Senator FuibrigHt's Proposals [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
AFTER HOURS Senator FuibrigHt's Proposals ■y JOHN MORLCV PITTSBURGH This afternoon I stood a few feet away from President Johnson after his tour of the poverty stricken areas of Appalachia. In an off-the-cuff remark he disagreed with Senator Fulbright’s proposals of “softness with Cuba,” supporting Secretary of State Rusk’s contention in another reply that “Cuba was a lot more than an annoyance,” as the senator called it. During the past few weeks in our forums across the country, Senator William Fulbright’s foreign policy proposal of "unfreezing our policy toward Cuba, Red China and Russia” has been prominent in the question period following our talks. Senator William Fulbright of Arkansas is among the best informed in the Senate on U.S. foreign policy. He has helped to write some of it. He is undoubtedly a sincere dissenter from the present official U.S. position of caution in dealing with Russia . . . and the hard position against Cuba and Red China. Such notables as UN Ambassado...
LAW IN ACTION [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
LAW IN ACTION WAIVERS ▲ driver giving a milleading hand signal may be held to blame for the harm that results. Likewise, a pedestrian who misleads a driver may find that he ihas no legal fdahn if he gets hurt as a result. Take Patsy, for example. On a sunny day she went walking and had to cross a busy six lane street divided by a concrete strip. The crosswalk had signals. Patsy was a slow walker She walked half way across the street, then paused as if to rest on the concrete divider. Thinking she would stay there, Jones drove on and hit her when she ssemad to change her mind and stepped off the curb. Patsy wm hurt and later sued Jones. As a rule, the crosswalk pedestrian has the right-of-way. In a lawsuit tin burden is on tin driver to show that the walker had waived his claim to the right-of-way. Here the court ruled for' Jones: Although Patsy had the right-of-way,. she had “waived" it. that is. by her actions she ’ had yielded it By her pause she had created a reasonable inference...
: • BUNKER HILL Civic Center Spotlight [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
: • BUNKER HILL Civic Center Spotlight By MOGEIY CUMMINGS, CMc Ctnto N«w&gt; Afwtcy CCNA—A two story, 30 room building on Bunker HIU has Just (May 11) been declared a "historic-cultural monument" by the dty cultural heritage board. When the word gets out there probably will be anguished screams from the bulldozer faction. The Community Redevelopment Agency has been trying for years to clear off Bunker Hill so it can be regraded and the land sold to private developers who will agree to build 9300 million worth of skyscrapers. These developers are not easy to find. As proof a portion of the hill has already been offered to bidders but was recalled when only two offers were made and thaae were not satisfactory to CRA planners. Now the CRA can be stymied for at least six months and possibly a year, as a result of the cultural heritage board action. The property which is protected from demolition lor six months, with a possible six months extension by the city art commission, par...
HOW ABOUT THAT?» '• *-L ■, i . ~4* . X.' tm . Animals in the News [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
HOW ABOUT THAT?» '• *-L ■, i . ~4* . X.' tm . Animals in the News 1 WM» MUQUBI ■ TODAY’S BYB-OPSMXBi Mm an kinder to 11IH1, m the whelk thou they m to toehr fellows. • • ' Clmrmm Dl * FRONTPAGE HENAOEUK: Some bigdome, Intent upon • Ph. D. degree, should document the pert that animals have played in American political- campaigns. We are happily f*. &gt;; miliar with the Dsmacntk doMwy and the Republican elephant,' and that grotesque mythological on*ter known as the Gerrymra der, but It seems that in almost every pratdsntial campaign some tempestuous situathM develops In which animals are Involved. Back in 1936. aciduous repartee audited about the shaggy head of rjJJt's scot tie, Tala. -And now. my Mends,** flrssided F.DJL, “they are attacking my little dog, Talar In a la tar campaign. Dick Ninon wooed the dogJover* by waOdi« his pet dog in trait of the cameras. a a a BLOWING THE BEAGLESt The pvesMt rnalilmttol fraeaahas already ekernad up a duet at psHsal hat dags. (or palled...