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@okie RNER [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
@okie RNER Dippy Date Cookies are made with honey, nature’s natural treasure, and come to you recommended by the California Honey Advisory Board. DATS COOKIES I cops pitted dates 1 eap walnut halves . Heap hatter . W cap honey 1 *«i 1 eap sifted Hoar V 4 tap. salt 1 tap. baking powder 1 tba. lemon Jalce or he*ady Pit and stuff dates with msfh. Cream'butter, gradually add honey In fine stream. Continue creaming until mixture is light and Huffy. Beat In egg; Sift together dry ingredients. Fold Into creamed mixture. Add lemon juice. Mix well and dip prepared dates in dough. Place on greased eooklc sheet. Bake at 360 degrees tor 15 to 18 minutes. Top will be light brawn. Remove from pan and cool before storing.
MILK HOLDS COAT [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
MILK HOLDS COAT Coating food* with crumb* adds dye appeal and flavor; makes a crust that la golden crisp and crunchy. It also keeps foods nicely moist during cooking. Because of Its consistency, evaporated milk as It pours from the can hold* crumbs to foods beautifully. When crumbing foods, roll first in crumb mixture, shake lightly and dip all pieces in evaporated milk before rolfc tag again ta crumbs. -
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
i t u4u&gt; han&amp;ijtkc $144,000,000, ij J&amp;at jmijthc vageL~ ofa 23,500 wtfkenAr fasttjau'F •» I CALIFORNIA FEDERAL DID. Our basinets it the betterment of people. The usual "share the wealth” schemes turn out to be miserable failures. But there’s one plan that works. Our plan. It helps create prosperity-and some of it rubs off on everyone. Last year, for example, the equivalent of a small city of new homes and apartments was built with $144,000,000 in financing provided by California Federal Savings Association. (That was only the amount loaned for new construction. Our 1963 mortgage lending total exceeded $335,818,000!) These funds gave full-time work and paychecks to 11,000 building and allied industry workers, and to 12,500 other people in businesses and services where construction wages were spent. In addition, this prosperity was shared by 412,000 savers who received $37,000,000 in dividends from their California Federal sav'togs accounts. Directly...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
1 ' r- ■ t i-A m. • tV‘ :o: ! &lt; IS IJvS I s VS f onnaise NiWJ M'ljfi li i t : ;■ Jir f ■ 1 ! fA 1 MARKET NABISCO 1 Lb. Pltg. ■\ ! i /- i-y Grahams $■ Chicken of the Sea—Vi Size Can Chunk TUNA $■ Lbs V u ■ Rol rage , r.yc PUREX YETS Vets Dry Dog Food 5 Lb. Bog [CIO Lb. Bog 35 ..... ■ M Monte WHOLE OR CREAM STYLE CORN g 65 , 1" Dol Monte STEWED TOMATOES 55 s ! 00 BLEACH Dot Monte TOMATO CATSUP 14-oz. Doi Monte SPINACH Full Gallon «i »l" g 7 * *1“ * USDA CHOICE TENDER MEATS * Dol Monte PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 3*89 Dol Mento APPLE SAUCE g 6*’!" ■jfr »v ■, ‘M ■■ «**# i -3 is Dol Monto m fruit Cocktail frti--Ml Dol Monto PRUNE JUICE 3i $ l M Quortf FRESH CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS LARGE LOIN Pork Chops 65* end cut jm mm * PORK CHOPS 45* 0 \h ■Sf lb. Cello Bag U.S. No. 1 RUSSET frozen foods MINUTE MAID ORANGE DELIGHT 6-oi. Can 8?T DOWNEYFLAKE WAFFLES 6 In Package \* Fielers Buttered Beef Steaks 4 in Pkg 3 ~»«» :A CENTER CUT a CHUCK STEAK Ik BABY FOOD ' r.r-.i eiunts STRAINED CLORO...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
• OMsarlonJ as COW 3-41 It r Lattim al Stan Naoratt You. \ ' v/O^ 5 tfoppiM tfimutf £ toA*--2 SERVING SIZES EARLY GARDEN PEAS WHOLE KERNEL CORN CREAM STYLE CORN CUT GREEN lEANS EARLY GARDEN SPINACH STEWED TOMATOES ZUCCHINI SQUASH SLICED CLING PEACHES PRUIT COCKTAIL Mix or Match! 8«-oz. $1 buffet T I CANS |* aspi A Big Exhibitor DEL MONTE QUALITY FOODS All Outstanding VALUES! FRUIT JOICiv. TOMATO JUKE r TOMATO SAUCE .jr FRUIT V COCKTAIL Pineapple-Grapefruit Rich in Flavor, Rich in Vitamins , Rich and Velvety Smooth 5 Luscious Fruits CAN M 8-OZ. CAN f/ 46-OZ. CAN 303 % % LARGE SIZE CAN 300 CAN Sava Say a 7** l 1 Tima to Stock Upl R Sara 40c 29e 35c WEEK-END SPECIALS IN THE MEAT DEPARTMENT WsV Flavorful Foods CHOICEBE£P 5 NO. IV PLAT CAN 4 RICH I SPICY! 12-OZ. CAN i &amp; EH S SLICED OR HALVED A 7V, CAN 11-OZ. CAN MUSHR U.S.D.A. Choice Steer Beef 27 CAN Stock Up On Sliced Pineapple Chili Sauce Cling Peaches Mandarin Oranges Pineapple Juice HAWAIIAN 46-OZ. CAN 303 CAN BY GARDE P...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
p m CARNATION IMITATION r ICE MILK i-M. meat specials LESLIE EASTERN CORN FED—MED. SIZE TEND'R MEATY h m H ■■ *7JM ■ R MCA IT SA L T f I Spare Ribs OS£ CO (free I KITCHEN TONGS OFFER I Qrisco oil | B. With pufchm of R&gt;gulw Sit. CRISCOLarge Size t lb TEND'R lean STEER BEEF i SPRINGFIELD 48 Ct. RICE BOWL-LONG GRAIN MCI 1" 2-lb. Pkgs. produce specials NEW CROP SWEET YELLOW ONIONS FRESH CRISP MNMHE LETTUCE —• FROZEN FOODS • PICTSWEET • PEAS &amp; CARROTS • MIXED VEGETABLES • CUT CORN • FRENCH FRIES Your Choice 689 CAL FAME 6-oz. Can ORANGE JUICE 219 HEINZ STRAINS) BABY FOOD 445* FOODCRAFT DILL PICKLES 39* GERBER’S BABY CEREAL 20‘ Box I ALL GREEN PIPPIN APPLES B , SUNSHINE CRACKERS 33* CSH SUGAR St 63* FOLGER'S COFFEE E«*toin Corn Fed Shoulder FORK STEAK TEND'R MEATY SHORT RIBS , FRESH WELL TRIMMED BEEF TONGUE KRAFT'S MONTEREY JACK CHEESE c lb c lb c lb G lb c lb IHKVAKint I DETERGENT MNSO giant SIZE j t 1 -lb. NABISCO OREO COOKIES i 39* ZEE TOILET ~ TISSUE 3QOO N. 4 R...
Th« Anthony Case Law by Bulldozer [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Th« Anthony Case Law by Bulldozer Editorials When the bulldozers tore through the vitals of th* Hollywood home of Steve Anthony, there was the crunch of mortar and thunder,of shattered timber as the walls came tumbling down. Look again. It wasn’t just wood and plaster, glass and brick that was chewed by the fangs of that bulldozer. There was a lot of America-as-we-know-it being ground into dust. The bijdldozer, a monster without conscience, only awaiting order, is a new symbol of authoratorian government. It may as well be a foreign tank invading our borders, jgowing down a man’s castle and a man’s heritage. The destruction of private property for the advantage of private interest is as un-Ameri-can as if we were being invaded. Five years ago the bulldozers were on the march, too. They plunged their huge talons into the green valley of Chavez Ravine. Humble people, like the Aracheigas, lived there. They were poor people, not well informed in their legal rights. They were bewildered ...
Capitol Quotes [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Capitol Quotes GOVERNOR Edmund G. Brown, on his long friendship with Pierre Salinger, U. S. senate candidate: “Pierre and I are old associates. He handled my campaign for the presidency in 1952. I might say I ran against Senator Kefauver and took the worst licking I’ve ever seen in my life.” • • • ‘ DR. Max Rafferty, state superintendent of public Instruction, on his directive requiring clearance of all news stories or querrles by him or his chief deputy: “Our purpose, In this regard, is only to Insure that information going out from the department about California schools and education be accurate, complete, and in good form.” • • • I SENATOR John F. McCarthy, R-San Rafael, on Rafferty’s requirement for clearance of news; “Under Dr, Rafferty’s directive, the public as well as members of the legislature themselves elected by the people— will be denied free access to vital information concerning education at any time he chooses.” '' ■?so s ASSEMBLYMAN Don Mniford. B-Pledmont, Republi...
STUDY IN CYNICISM [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
STUDY IN CYNICISM By Alexander By JOHN MORLEY TAIPEI, TAIWAN—This is the closest you can get to Red China today and secure an accurate cross section of what is happening there. From several to several hundred refugees each month, who escape from the communist mainland, manage to reach Taipei by way of Quemoy, Macao or Hong Kong. Some of these escapees are made available to newsmen for questioning. This is what I have recorded from their reports: One person out of every four on earth is a Chinese. Their number is increasing at a higher rate than any other race in the world. The population on the Chinese mainland they estimate today is well over 700 million and growing at the rate of about two per cent a year. ■ While the birth rate is skyrocketing, food production in Red China today is 12 per cent lower than 10 years ago, when there were some 100 million fewer Chinese. This is the most serious problem reported on the mainland today. How to feed the constantly growing population . . ....
DO YOU KNOW? [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
DO YOU KNOW? 1. Who was the only lefthanded president of the United States? 2. What were the first names of Presidents Cleveland, Wilson and Coolidge? 3. Who ran for the presidency while in Jail? ANSWERS 1. James Garfield. i. Stephen, Thomas, John. S. Eugene V. Debs, In 1920.
LAW IN ACTION [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
LAW IN ACTION FAMILY DOLLARS How much is your wife worth? It depends on things you usually don't pin down. But if there is wrongful injury to your wife, a court can only award you dollars for your wife’s loss. At early Roman and English law, the husband was the head of the house, and his wife was his servant. He had a property right in her. Anyone who interfered with his “property” might have to pay the husband for his losses. The wife had no corresponding right. But all the same, she may sue and recover for any monetary losses brought on by her husband's injury just as he can. Each can sue for loss of earnings, the value of services lost, and » the like. But under the law a wife also has some "non-economio value.” At common law a husband can recover financially for the loss of his wife’s ‘‘consortium,’’ but the wife may not. Under the common law of old England, consortium was the companionship and other sentimental aspects of marriage upon which the court could not place a money va...
iii AFFAIRS OF STATE The case of Salinger [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
iii AFFAIRS OF STATE The case of Salinger By H«ry C. Mac Arthur SACRAMENTO (CNS)— A good many politicians arc considerably “shook up" by the entry of Pierre Salinger, former White House Secretary, into the California U. S. Senate primary race. Their cause for concern, however, is not over Lucky Pierre's chances of winning the race, but what the sudden decision of any politician, anyplace. could do in the future not only to candidacies for the U.S. Senate, but for state office as well. Salinger can hardly be called a "carpet-bagger," in the post-Civil War sense of the word. After all, he was born In California, lived in California and worked in California. so it can't be said he Is coming back to anyplace except his home base. Oddly enough, there are other considerations applying to the carpet-bag situation, oowever. The considered opinion of some California politicians is that should Salinger Pecome a United States senator from California, that his interests would be primarily In th...
HOW ABOUT THAT? Property Rights [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
HOW ABOUT THAT? Property Rights ty WILFRID DEUQUiSI TODAY’S EYE-OPENER I No possessions in good, but by tho good uao wo moke of them; without which wealth, power friends, end eery onto do but moke our lives mere unhoppy. —Sir EBIMom Temple v X T ■■ ON ELECTION DAY: The controversy aver the initiative to nullify the Rumford housing act has produced some dubious statements concerning the nature of property rights. If voters take too literally certain assertions being circulated statewide, they are likely to end up with a few misapprehensions. This column is net expressing an opinion about the initiative. The voters will da that at the polls. And they will do Just that Whatever happens on election day, the action of the voters will neither resolve nor settle the housing act controversy. It will continue, perhaps with greater intensity than ever, with consequent legal appeals and Judicial review. Those who fsvor the initiative, present it as a measure intended to protect the constitutio...