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Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
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HOW ABOUT THAT? Personal Appearance [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
HOW ABOUT THAT? Personal Appearance ly WILFRID DEUQUCS7 TODAY’S BYE-OPBNBB; A maa ain’t gat Ba right to be a public maa. aaless he meets the public view. —Ohanee Dickens • • • POLITICAL JUNGLE: This may be a good time to accede to the wishes of readers who 1 ■ 1 “ 1 ■ asked us to reprlut tome notes about prealdentlal campaigning in our community which were publish- _ ed 12 years ago under the tile: "Vote-Hunt-ing in the Local Political Jungle.* It is especially appropriate to look backward into an era of personal campaigning, a political technique which Gov. Nelson Rockefeller used with astonishing success during his recent swing along the Oregon trail, where he confounded and clobbered the absentee candidates. Apparently Oregonians agree with Martin Chuzzlewit who said: “ A man ain’t got no right to be a public man, unless he meets the public view.” • • • BIG VOTE * HUNTER: There ere old timers hi this area who recall the visit to Lea Angeles of Theodore Roosevelt daring Us baneten...
mm,OOP worth School employees up for salary increase [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
mm,OOP worth School employees up for salary increase Deliberations are now und ' way by the Los Angeles C' ' Board of Education on inerr ■ ed salaries for 37,684 Los / 1 geles City School employ - at an estimated cost of slt • 600,000. The proposed pay hikes cove. &gt; 30,000 city school adnUnistra--1 tors and classroom teachers ! and 7,864 non-teaching person- ■ nel. &gt; Funds to cover the cost of ‘ the proposed hikes have been i earmarked by Superintendent ’ pf Schools Jack P. Crowther - in the 8387,753,166 preliminary &gt; 1964-65 city school budget sub- ■ mltted to the board two weeks ! ago. The recommendations were ; taken under advisement by ■ board members on. Thursday &gt; (May 14). If approved, the pay • hikes will be effective July 5. ' SALARY PROPOSAL In presenting the salary in- &gt; crease proposal for the dis- ■ trict's 30,000 teaching personnel, Crowther told board memben that the recommendations r represent a 3.6 percent acros...
Long Beach Navy Memorial Services set [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Long Beach Navy Memorial Services set , The aircraft carrier USS Yorktown will participate in the Naval Memorial Day Services at the Dong Beach Naval Station on Terminal Island Saturday, May 30, at 10:45 p.m., it was announced this week by Dale M. Stemen, post commander of navy post 278, American Legion. According to Harold E. Pettis, general chairman of the event, the program will be made up of band and choral selections, a memorial address and the memorial anchor ceremony. Music will be furnished by the Pan American Youth Band of Lakewood, the First Southern Baptist Church of Huntington Park Choir, and the Edgewood High School Concert Choir of Covina. The principal speaker will be George W. NUlsson, three-time winner of the Americanism Award from the Freedom Foundation. He is a member of the Hollywood Post American Legion, National Americanism Commission of the American Legion, and prominent in the American Bar Association. The ceremonies will take place on the flight deck of the ...
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
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Page 20 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
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Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
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Carlos Candeleria shuts out Sylmar, 1-0 Lincoln faces Gardena next in city playoffs [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Carlos Candeleria shuts out Sylmar, 1-0 Lincoln faces Gardena next in city playoffs Lincoln’s Carlos Candelaria shut out Syhnar, 1-0, Monday to carry his team further into the LA. city baseball finals. Tomorrow the Tigers meet Gardena in the second round of play. Eagle Rock, also in the playoffs, lost to powerful Birmingham, 8-2. Verdugo Hills, which wound up in second place behind Lincoln in Northern League, met Bell Tuesday in the first round of city finals. Lincoln and Gardena will clash Friday at Rancho Cienega. Lincoln posted an 8-2 record In league play. Final League Standings / Lincoln (8-2) Verdugo Hills (7-8) Eagle Rock (5-4) Belmont (4-5) Franklin (8-7) Marshall (2-8) Over in the Eastern League, another Northeast area high school, Wilson High, finished in the cellar with a 3-7 league record behind South Gate (9-1), Bell (7-3), Roosevelt (5-5), Garfield (4-6), and Huntington Park (4-6). City playoffs started Monday, but without a defending champion since neither of last yea...
♦ ♦; ♦. ♦ Arroyo Seco team wins lawn bowling trophie [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
♦ ♦; ♦. ♦ Arroyo Seco team wins lawn bowling trophie Riverside won the “City of Los Angeles Trophy” last week in the fourth annual Senior Citizens Lawn Bowling Tournament at Arroyo Seco greens in Highland Park. Riverside team members are Vent Potter, Bob Russell and Harry Hicks. The Highland Park Chamber of Commerce Plaque went to the Holmby Park team of Daral Braham, Helen Graham and Lucky Baldwin. The Mac Donald Trophy was ' won by the Arroyo Seco tean* ' of Harry Whitescarver, Art . Christie and James Reid. | 56 TEAMS VIE , Fifty-six teams competed , from various cities throughout . the Southland. Opening ceremonies were held at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday , to get the tournament underi way, with Charles Skoien, dl- . rector of Senior Citizens Acti- ■ vitles, rolling the first ball with , Councilman John Holland, Mrs. Wyatt director of district recreation; Mrs. Singer and Miss Tayler, assistants to Skoien, and Mrs. Elsa Carrow, chairman of the Mayors Senior Citizens Advisory Committee. E...
Indy 500 on screen in Sports Arena [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Indy 500 on screen in Sports Arena The result of the opening weekend of qualifying for the Memorial Day Indianapolis 500miler have proved that the battle lines have been drawn for America's premier auto race.—it will be the rear engine Fords and Offenhausers vs. the conventional engine Offy roadsters. It will be the rear engine cars, which include the British made Lotus as well as their American counterparts against the predominately A. J. Watson built roadsters. The results of this battle will be seen Saturday morning, May 30, at the Sports Arena, when J. C. Agajanian presents the whole spectacle and color of 500-miler on the first closed circuit telecast of America’s greatest speed classic.
El Sereno center wins district track meet [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
El Sereno center wins district track meet El Sereno Recreation Center won the Annual North District track and field meet held last Saturday at Wilson High School. Eleven records were broken and three set as the local center easily out distanced recond place Rose Hill Recreation Center, 39% points to 24 Vi points. The leading scorer for El Sereno was Danny Solorzano with 10 points, winning both the Junior 50-yard in 6.1 seconds and setting a record of 16 .'eet 6 inches in the broad jump. Nathan Avila, with a record in the SO yard dash of 6.8 sec. and a second in the broad jump, and Manuel Gonzales with a record in the 35yard dash of 5.3 seconds and a third in the high jump, picked up eight and six points respectively in the midget division. Frank (Chubby.) Bakey. with a first in the shot put, and Howard Groves, with two seconds in the high jump and 75 yard dash, scored five and six points, respectively, in the senior division. BUdget Division: 35—Manual Gonzaleg (ES), Pat Miles (Y), ...
Hgers ready for city track Finals Saturday [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Hgers ready for city track Finals Saturday By John Bush Lincoln High’s tracksters have high hopes for the City Prep Track and Field Finals Saturday at East Los Angeles College. The cindermen have eight men competing who qualified in last Saturday’s preliminaries before 8,00 Ospectators at ELAC. Nobody actually figures Lincoln to put much heat on the 1 Southern Leagues however, some people may be in for a surprise. Lincoln’s unheralded Tony 1 Kochinas who qualified at 50.7 ; Saturday after a bout with the flu and who has run a 49.1 ■ Quarter mile may stop Jeffer- ’ son’s Freddie Banks and Grun- ■ dy Harris. After a poor showing in the • Northern Finals, Doug Huff &gt; climbed easily to 6T” to qualify for the city high jump event Doug has done 6'4” and very well could take the event for Lincoln. In the “B” division, the Tigers had four qualifiers, iwo qualified in the 1320. Louis Acost came in 3rd with a time of 320.5. Tony Sanchez, one sec- ' ond behind showed with a time of ...
Verdugo center hosts boys' baseball finals [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Verdugo center hosts boys' baseball finals Interagency playoffs in the 1964 Boys’ Softball Leagues . are scheduled June 2 and 4 at ' Evergreen Recreation Center, ’ 2839 E. Fourth St., according j to the Los Angeles City Recreation and Parks Department, j Winners in district competition being held this week at ’ Verdugo Recreation Center, | 3580 Verdugo Rd., will meet ! top teams from the Catholic . Youth Organization and the [ Westside Jewish Community . Center in the June games. Both junior and senior division nines will be battling for , the interagency crowns at EvI ergreen. Junior games get under way at 7:15 p.m. and senior at 8:45 p.m. According to Charles Robbins, senior director in the Department’s Municipal Sports Division, medals will be presented to winners and runners-up in the interagency finals, and the Los Angeles Junior Chamber of Commerce’s perpetual trophy will go to the first place team in each division.
87-33 rout Lincoln takes gym match from Marshall [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
87-33 rout Lincoln takes gym match from Marshall SPORTS By Jimmy Molina Lincoln High Lincoln’s Tigers finished the regular gymnastics season by pounding out an 87 to 33 win over missmatched Marshall Thursday at Lincoln. Once again as he has done all season Danny Macias led by winning his three events and giving Lincoln 15 points. 10th grade sensation Louie Moreno was second in total points with ten and Eddie Aguilar third with nine. The Tigers dominated the match throughout. Lincoln took the first four places of the rope climb with Joe Valarde finishing first and Hairy Lopez, Manuel Sanchez, and Edmundo Martinez finishing behind him in that order. Free exercise saw Louie Moreno, who has two more years of competition, take first easily, Eddie Aguilar was second and Ruben Aguilar finished fourth. An interesting side- I light to this event was the exi hibition of eighth grader Rob- . ert Batista who performed and • actually scored higher than the i winners but the score could ' not be ...
Schrudder defends city 880 crown [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
Schrudder defends city 880 crown Eagle Rock’s 880 champ Ray Schrudder will defend his city | title this- Saturday in the AllCity Championships at East , Los Angeles College stadium, r Schrudder, who won last , year in 1:53.7, has done 1:54.0 this year, five-tenths of a sec- ; ond off the city mark made by Van Nuys’ Paul Turnquist in ' 1961. , Schrudder ran 1:54.9 with no | difficulty last week and he’ll , go faster when Roosevelt’s Jose Avila (1:55.9) and John Rocha (1:56.2) test him in the finals. The Eagle Rock athlete is the only Northern Leaguerer . given a chance to finish first , in the city track and field ( events.
> Motorcycle races [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 21 May 1964
&gt; Motorcycle races r Elliott Schultz of South Gate, i who looks like the fastest man on two wheels to hit the South- &gt; land in five years, will be eyeI ipg a couple of records Friday &gt; night, at Ascot Park, Gardena, i when the AMA motorcycle sea- . son moves into its eighth reci ord breaking week. First race is at 8:30 o’clock : with one-lap qualifying on the I half-mile dirt oval starting at &lt; 7.