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Play nice, I may give you another onel [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964

Play nice, I may give you another onel By Alexander

Publication Title: El Sereno Star
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AFTER HOURS ■ Crisis in Vietnam... The Inside Story By JOHN MOUIt [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964

AFTER HOURS ■ Crisis in Vietnam... The Inside Story By JOHN MOUIt SCRANTON, PA. Lest J«n. 30, reporting direct from Vietnam In “After Hours,” we exposed the tragedy witnessed at the fighting {roots. We said that “Vietnam was becoming another Korea" ~. and expressed shock in hearing that the Administration was spreading soothing-oil t% the American people. Since my return last February, President Johnson has continued to express optimism by saying that “the Vietnam war was progressing satisfactorily” . , . and Secretary of Defense McNamara “. . . our troops will be home from Vietnam by 1965.” In recent weeks the Secretary has reversed himself, but the President, speaking in Pittsburgh in our presence April 24, gave every indication that he was not worried about Vietnam. The humiliating sinking of the USS Card; a giant converted aircraft carrier, in Saigon Harbor undoubtedly will sober up the American people long enough to demand some answers (ram our gtvarnment. Another Korea? The co...

Publication Title: El Sereno Star
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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LAW IN ACTION [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964

LAW IN ACTION RIGHT TO COUNSEL The right to oouneel U important when a person’s life or liberty is at stake. Our founding fathers, knowing this, wrote some guarantees into the constitution. The U. 8. Supreme Court has recently clarified your right to counftl in a criminal eaaa .Thera the right is most meaningful since the state prosecutes criminal cases. &i one case the U. S. Supreme Court said that a convicted parson Is entitled to have court appointed counsel look over his conviction; and if necessary, appeal his case; it is not enough for the State just to provide him with an attorney for the trial. California provides the accused with g public defender or a court appointed lawyer when he cannot afford one. Until recently, no poor person had a right to a lawyer if he could not pay a fee to appeal his case to a higher Court Now the court of appeal must assign a lawyer to look over tha trial court proceedings to see it the accused hod a fair trial or other grounds for a...

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Yorfy next governor? Civic Center Spotlight [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964

Yorfy next governor? Civic Center Spotlight ky RIDOHY CUMMINGS, CMc Center Ntwi Agency CCNA—This is by way of being ipi exclusive and may not kiep until the column sees print, but I’m not sure enough of it to put it into a straight news story and rash it out. Thera are about 123 city commissioners and I've only checked with three of them, picking up little bits of information from each which fit together like a well-carved Jig-saw puzzle. Each of the three confirmed to me that they have been solicited to buy tickets for another $lOO per plate dinner for Mayor Bam Yorty. Each of the three said the dinner is scheduled for July. Only one gave me what purports to be the exact date, July 22. Two of the three told me Joe Quinn, special assistant to the Mayor, asked them to buy the 1100 tickets. TIME. PLACE, PURPOSE All three said the location of the request was outside city hall and one said it was on Wilshire Blvd. Apparently it is not legal to solicit campaign funds in public buildings....

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how moot nun• ■tl #*■ n The Real Issues [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964

how moot nun—- • ■t l #*■ n The Real Issues ———^— By WILFRID OELLQUEST TODAY’S EYE-OPENER: Practical politic* consist* In ignoring (act*. —Henry Adam* * • • • TACTICAL APPROACH: Moat of the political Jlbber-Jab-ber assailing our ear drum* bolls down to an essence of empty nothingness. The most non-partisan thing about election campaigns is the similarity of the claims and promises of rival candidates and the adoption of a fixed pattern to gain public approval. This pattern should be familiar to any intelligent voter who look* critically at the verbal bombardment. The typical political snow Job consists of six tactical approaches. First, specious statements of "principles” consisting of frothy generalities and endorsement of accepted platitudes having little or no bearing on the issues; second, promises which the candidate ha* no intention of keeping, or which are beyond his power to keep; third, rebuttal of inconvenient questions by evading them; fourth, use of cleverly phrased slog...

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Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964

HOW TO ADDRESS OUR LAW MAKERS (FEDERAL) Rep. _Qlsnard «£ “Mil P. LlpecAmb dfc. WMh l n,t.S° U S. °B£ (Diet. office, TIM Huntington Drlvt, South Pasadena). fwp. George E. Brown Jr. (2Eth District), House Office Bldg., Washington 25, D.C. _ . f ■■imifiwn >Oi WiV, (Diet, office, 214 8. Oarfiald, Monterey park Calif.), (STATE) Sen. Tkamaa M. Ran (Mth Dlatrict), Stata Capitol, Sacramanto, 14. (Diet. Office, 217 W. lot St., Rin. 111. Loa Angalaa 12). tHome, 1173 Waynecrsat Dr., os Angelas). Assemblyman Georgs Daniel, aon (48th Dlatrict). State Capital, Sacramento 14. (Dlat. Office, 2412 Daly St., Lea Angeles 31. Phone 223-3111.) Assemblyman John L, E. "Bud” Collier (Mth Dlatrict) State Capital, Sacramento 14. (Diet. Office, 1103 Fair Oaks AvS., south Pasadena). NOTE) Personal opinion messages an any State or National issue may be sent to your Stats or Federal representative by Western Union, SB cents far 13 words. For Information contact the Wee,am Union office.

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Page 20 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964

naZE-VUMBM NEWSPAPER •ftb OIffOKMA NEWSPAPER PUNISHERS ASSOCIATION NEWB-HEBALD PUBLICATIONS BULLETIN-NEWS PUBLICATIONS Highland Park News-Herald * Journal Bagla Reek Sentinel Northeast Star-Review Lincoln Halfhta Bulletin-News XU Barano Star Air. Manager Oran W. Asa MiJSL Issued Thursday and Sunday mornings Mam ban of California Publishers Loa Angeles Suburban Newspapers Suburban Preaa Foundation, tne. National Editorial Association Circulation Audited by V.A.C. Adjudicated by the Superior Court of Los Angeles County to publish legal advertising of every description. News-Herald A Journal Decree 380071; Sentinel Decree 593272; star Decree TUMI. This newspaper is not responsible for return of unsolicited photographs and/or manuscripts.

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She gave a son [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964

She gave a son Mrs. Olive Hessling, former president of Gold Star Mothers, who has lived in Lincoln Heights for more than 20 years, stands proudly beside phootgraph of her son the late Private Le Roy Hessling who lost his life in World War 11. In the background is map of the military cemetery in Florence, Italy where Private Hessling was buried. Last year Mrs. Hessling flew to Italy fr -'ace a wreath on his grave on Memorial Day.

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Wednesdays close year with installation ceremony [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964

Wednesdays close year with installation ceremony MidimU Nun* THOMPSON, SOCIETY BHTOR—CL 4*9111 The Wednesday Morning Club will close its club year with installation of officers on Wedensday, June 3 at the clubhouse. The club will resume activities on Oct. 7. Serving as installing officer wiU be Mrs. Isabelle Hill and music will be provided by Mrs. Margaret Wilson. Luncheon will be served at noon with Mrs. J. Willis Mitchell and the executive board acting as hostesses. June, July and August birthdays will be honored. Officers to be installed at this time will be Mmes. Cuban Walters, president; Willis Mitchell, vice president; B. C. Arnold, third vice president; William A. Barclay, corresponding secretary: Jack T. Dolan, recording secretary; Frank Walker, financial secretary; A. Halkides, treasurer; G. L. Joy, curator. Chairmen are Mmes. William F. Rooney, program; Wayne Sours, membership; Helen Bruno, ways and means; H. Reichard, printing; Lloyd J. B. Taber, press; AI- Fred Tenny»on,...

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'Mather Proxy' feted at lodge [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964

'Mather Proxy' feted at lodge Talitha Cuml Lodge 156 honored* it* “Mother President,” Mr*. Maggie Phillips, who served as first president of the Lodge which was organized in 1940 by Mrs. Belie McKelvey, past state president and organizerOrchid corsages and gifts were presented to the honoree by members of the ladge. Mrs. McKelvey spoke on the history of the Lodge and says she "still claims it as her own.” Helen Shields dedicated a vocal solo to Mrs. Phillips. Refreshments were served at decorated tables by Marguerite Herndon and her committee.

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Stars get 'Brother' escort [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964

Stars get 'Brother' escort Garvanza Chapter 266 Eastern Star met Thursday evening at the Highland Park Masonic Temple for a “Brother’s Night” meeting following a dinner in charge of Bertha Daubert, Irma McClinton, Beatrice Mack and assisted by other members. Preceding the meeting, entertainment was presentd in the Chapter room by Cathie Challet and Bill Root, folk singers from Los Angeles Pacific College. Officers entered the chapter room accompanied by their chosen "Brother” for the evening. They were A 1 Cooper, Dr. Henry Timpe of Highland Park Chapter No. 263, Martin Nelson, Joe Palmer, A 1 Oliver, Leon Hatfield, Art Akin, Lew Davidson, Pete Berger, Bill Stephens and Chester Larson. Special Quests Worthy Matron Helen Holt and Worthy Patron Richard Quackenbush presided during the meeting. Special guests escorted to the East were Deputy Grand Matron Maude Voight of Highland Park Chapter, Worthy Patron John Peck of Highland Park Chapter and Joe Peyton of Rose Croix Chapter 317. Ruth...

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Elizabeth Thomas heads officers at Assembly of Rainbow Girls [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964

Elizabeth Thomas heads officers at Assembly of Rainbow Girls Highland Park Rainbow for Girls Assembly 213 held Its 14th installation of officers on Saturday, May 16, as Elizabeth Thomas was installed •a worthy advisor. Her carrying pieces were pink, blue and white muffs exemplifying her choosen theme “Blessing from Above, Service to All." Elective officers installed were Susan Irvin as worthy associated advisor; Christine Aoosta, charity; Pat Treacy, Hope; and Wannie Halverson, faith. Others were Jo Ann Castle, treasurer; and Cheryle Hoole as recorder; Judy Doane, chaplain; Linda Reiterman, drill leader. Bow officers are Cheryl Gilbert, love; Susan Castle, religion; Kathy Lapp, nature; Judy Middlesteader, immortality; Karen Griffith, fidelity; Edra Krumwicde, Patriotism; Rosellen Di Pentina, service; Sharon Griffith, confidential observer; Christine Wilson, outer observer; Mary Ann Balland, organist; Lucy Welch, choir director. Installing officers were Darlene Rowan, past worthy adv...

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Holiday dance set at Parish [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964

Holiday dance set at Parish A holiday dance is being sponsored by the Italian Catholic Federation, Local 147 of St Therese Parish on Saturday evening, May 30 in the parish hall at 510 N. El Molino St, Alhambra. Dance to the music of a live orchestra from 8 p.m. to 12 midnight. The public is insited.

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A Gold Star Mother's creed Honor the dead by serving the living [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964

A Gold Star Mother's creed Honor the dead by serving the living By Nelda Thompson A young mother looks at her sleeping son, his -pink face nuzzled against the blue blanket of his bassinet. She has plans for him. Her fierce pride in him ... her ancestor-deep frenzy to protect him, promote him, lead and direct him to the peaks ... That’s part of being a mother. “Someday he will be a great doctor ... a lawyer ... a leader of men.” These thoughts come to thev mind of any young mother. Mrs. Olive Hessling (and many more just like her) probably had such dreams. But they were short dreams that exploded in a volley of gunshort on a foreign battlefield. The telegram came to her on the 14th of September 1943. Somebody handed it to her while she was making her rounds at General Hospital, pitching in with thermometer and ice pack to aid civilian nurses during those temptous war years. How does a mother feel when she’s just been told that' her son has given his life in the endless battle for fre...

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Everything on wheels [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964

Everything on wheels What a day it was at Dahlia Heights Elementary when the little tots (with some parental aid) dolled up their tricycles, bikes, wagons etc. in the most glamorous fashion. The PTA pitched in with festive booths and everybody danced around the May Pole in customary fashion for the merry merry month of May.

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Eagle Rack man, bride to make home in Japan [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964

Eagle Rack man, bride to make home in Japan The Lutheran Church of the Resurrection in Augusta, Georgia was the scene of a picturesque military wedding rite which united Miss Jo Ann Elizabeth Hites of North Augusta, South Carolina and Lieutenant Walter William Stansberry of Eagle Rock on April 19 before some 200 guests. Miss Hites is a graduate of Georgia Southern College. LtStansberry graduated from Eagle Rock High School and attended the University of California at Los Angeles. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in criminology from the University of California at Berkeley, where he was a member of Sigma Nu fraternity. He is in the services of the United States Army Military Police. After a month’s vacation in California the couple will reside in Camp ZAMA, Japan.

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Real Royalty [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964

Real Royalty Queen of the May at Dahlia Heights Elementary was 10 year old Rosetta Del Monaco. David Huffman, the smiling king, has his royal robes decorated with tooth brushes. A good dental health record was one of the prerequisites to running for king and queen.

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Honor Sisters of Loreffo at tea [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964

Honor Sisters of Loreffo at tea The Sisters of Loretto were honored at a tea held May 24 by St. Anne's Guild of Holy Family Church. New officers for the year were presented at this time. Mrs. Richard Jones, president, introduced Mrs. David Walsh, historian who gave a report on the year’s activities. The Rt. Rev. Monsignor Leo J. Murphy installed the following officers: M m e s. August Oddo, president; Davis Walsh, first vice president; Emmett Murphy, sec- ond vice president; Amedee Richards, recording secretary; Joseph Cogan, corresponding secretary: Eugene Perone, treasurer; Norf Jebbes, historian; Richard Jones, advisor. Monsignor Murphy commented on the close team work between the Guild and the school and Mrs. Oddo asked for cooperation of members during the coming year. Past president Mrs. Robert Coleman and Mrs. Patrick Shea presided at the tea tables during the social hour.

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Spanish vets fete birthday [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964

Spanish vets fete birthday Captain John D. Fredericks Camp No. 117 and Auxiliary No. 93, United Spanish War Veterans will meet Tuesday, June 2, at 1 p.m. at the Knights of Pythias Hall, 6401 Ruby St. Refreshments will be served at noon. All visiting members are invited. At this time the Camp will celebrate Its 36th birthday. It was June 20, 1928 when Captain John D. Fredericks Camp was organized in Highland Park with 43 charter members. Two charter members still remaing in the Camp are William S. Taylor and Warren P. Hilt. The Camp and Auxiliary will attend community Memorial day services in Sycamore Grove with other patriotic organizations.

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