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Happy 99th birthday for Mother' Chapman [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964
Happy 99th birthday for Mother' Chapman Some 150 friend* and relative* at Mr*. Luaina A. Chapman gathered at Grace Presbyterian Church laat Sunday to wish Mrs. Chapman a happy 99th birthday. There was birthday cake and ail the trimmings tor her in the church parlor which was decorated with pink floribund roses in antique goblets. Large pink roses in a crystal bowl decorated the piano and at each side of the mantle were large baskets of pink and white carnations, stock and gladioli. "Mother Chapman" was seated next to her pastor, the Rev. Dr. H. Warren Allen a* she received her guests. Assisting with the serving were Mr*. Alice Winkler, church- organist who served the cake and was assisted by Mrs. F. C. Chapman. Pouring was Mr*. John Peck and presiding at the punch bowl was Mrs. Paul Thompson. Mis* Ivamaric Nott had charge of ths guest book. Mrs. Chapman was born May 23, 1865 in the state of Michigan and was married to Benjamin F. Chapman on Oct 8, 1883. The couple cams to Los Angele...
Big summer ahead for Seniors [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964
Big summer ahead for Seniors Lincoln Heights Senior Citizens will offer a pot luck lunch tomorrow at 11 a.m. Those attending are asked to bring a salad, hot dish or dessert. May birthdays will be celebrated and cards and games will be played during the afternoon. Local Seniors arc urged to be on hand for the annual Senior Citizens Day at Ol-vera-Street this Sunday. Many trips are being planned, including the gala European tour leaving July 31 and returning Sept. 11. The World’s Fair tour leaves on July 36 and those Hawaiibound will taka off on July 10Other trips Include Utah Parks, Aug. 1-17; Lake Tahoe, June 29 and again on July 37 and Aug. 34; San Francisco, Juen 16; Yellowstone, July 37-Aug. 34 and Canadian High Sierras, Aug. 3. The Seniors’ picnic la art for June 17. Garnet, contests and community tinging will be featured. For further information call Olive Hassling, CA 2-7969.
Busy days for Jobies of Bethel 23 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964
Busy days for Jobies of Bethel 23 Bethel 23 Jobs Daughters revealed their secret moms last Wednesday night. As tech mom was revealed, her secret JoWe pinned her with a cute “minx” made by Honored Queen Judi McQueen for the occasion. Proficiency cert if lest* s were presented to Devenie Guthrie, Kathy Robert!, Denise Dickens, Hildegrade Farmer and Rosemary Goodwin. Five officers served as courtesy officers for Bethel 79 on Saturday morning. An "Hawaiian Rush Party” at the home of Mr. and Mrs. McQuown was held Saturday. As each of the 35 girls ar-, rived they received a flower lei that had been made by Guide Vicki Johnson and her' committee. Three girls were awrdedprizes for the most authentic r dresses. The buffet table was laden with tea sandwiches, cookies and the lime punch had ice floats of Vanda orchids- The centerpiece was a volcano with a small pool at the base surrounded by palm trees and hula girls. Last Saturday morning Jobies and their dads had a' "Bicycle Built for Dad an...
SCIENCE FRONTIER 1 Why the big dish was a big flop [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964
SCIENCE FRONTIER 1 Why the big dish was a big flop By BICHAEP LEWIS Snn-ThnM Sdwue Witter (Special to Northeast Newspapers) In the last four years the federal government has abandoned five major engineering projects in which the taxpayers had invested more than $2 billion. This is a record for the United States, and probably no other country would claim to exceed it The suggestion is plain there is something wrong with our planning. What it is becomes fairly obvious when we examine the lost projects: The nuclear-power-ed airplane, the Skybolt missile, Dyna-Soar (the orbital airplane), the atomic rocket and the Big Dish. In all these projects, both the cost and difficulty were greatly underestimated. The reason for this was the same in each case—not enough advance research to point out what the costs and difficulties would be. THE 810 DISH, a radio telescope with a 600-foot movable reflector, is probably the clearest example of this kind of leap-before-you-look planning. It was a Nav...
Danielson on A.B. 78 bill committee [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964
Danielson on A.B. 78 bill committee Assemblyman George E. Danielson (D-48th) was appointed a member, on May 20, of the Joint Conference Committee of the Assembly * Senate to iron out differences over A.B. 78, the bill which revises the retirement program for Loa Angeles County school teachers. Danielson reported that A.B. 78 was passed last week by the Assembly and sent to the Senate which also passed it following adoption of drastic amendments by its Committee on Government Efficiency. However, on May 20, the Assembly voted not to concur on the Senate amendments, thus sending the measure to a so-called "free conference committee” Comprised of three members each of both legislative houses who will determine its ultimate fate. In addition to Danielson, others serving on the Joint Conference Committee are Los Angeles Assemblymen Elliott (D) and Cusanovicb (R) and Senator* Rees (D-L.A.), Gibson (D-Vallejd) end Rodda (DSacraroanto).
Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964
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Page 22 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964
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Local athletes run, swim, tumble in city finals [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964
Local athletes run, swim, tumble in city finals ' w .j. . . w FINISHING FIRST at city prep track championship last Saturday were (above left) Martinez of Wilson who set a new city record of 3:16.3 in the Cee division of the 1320 yd run shavina six-tenths of a off ,k- l . . Garcia (center). also running in Cee division, took first in the 660 yd. run with a time of 1:24.5. Eagle Rock's Hidos came in second in the high jump. Manual Arts won the Cee championship with 69 points wllson Ind I h"' 0 "-! 10 point, to tie Venice for eighth place. Eagle Rock also wound up in a three way tie for 10th place. In Varsity competition, Eagle Rock', Ray Schrudder (right) was the only Northeast area ! w „ . n with a time of 1:53.6. He missed the city record by one-tenth of a second. At finish line waiting for Schrudder (at far right above) is former Eagle Rock vice principal Donald Skinner now principal at Jefferson Jeffewon^wn pred, | f* d * pionship with 43 points; los Angeles was second with 33, an...
Amateur 'Honda' riders to compete at Riverside [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964
Amateur 'Honda' riders to compete at Riverside First annual "Honda Fun Festival,” a combination eventmotorcycle exhibition for the public, will be held Sunday, May 31, at Riverside International Raceway. The Festival will be sponsored by the Hon--4 la Dealers Association of •outhem California, according to Paul Collins, association president. Any owner of a Honda motorcycle is eligible to enter five of the six scheduled events: Honda Economy Run for the Honda 50’s, Field Meet, English Trials, the Beauty Contest i for Ladies, and the Customer Motorcycle Show. The 6th ■ event, a Championship Racing s Exhibition, will feature two : Champion 'cyclists, South Am- : erican Champion Juan Basilli • and Southern California’s 1963 . Champion, Tony Murphy.
Oxy hosts AAU trackfest Winners in US finals meet Russians in LA [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964
Oxy hosts AAU trackfest Winners in US finals meet Russians in LA Southern California’s record wrecking track and field brigade opens an all-out United States drive to de-tf feat the Soviet Union July 25-26 in the pre-Olympic Games dual meet showdown in the Memorial Coliseum by competing in the district AAU championships Friday night at Occidental College’s Patterson Field. This is the meet that peren-i nialiy surpasses expectations, and this time there is added significance attached to that extra oomph by the contestants. Leaders in each event will be given preference for travel expenses to the National AAU championships June 27-28 at New Brunswick, N.J. The American team to battle the Soviets in the Coliseum in the sixth head to head international match will emerge from the 1-2 finishers in each event at New Brunswick's Rutgers University. RECORD HOLDERS Heading Friday night's field are four district athletes who hold USA-USSR records including Harold Connolly of Santa Monica, who ...
Lincoln nine loses, 3-0 in playoffs [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964
Lincoln nine loses, 3-0 in playoffs Lincoln’s Northern League Baseball champions bowed to Gardena high, 30 in the second round of the city championships last Friday at Rancho La Cienega playground. Carlos Candelaria was the losing pitcher but you wouldn’t know it by looking at the statistics- Carlos gave up only four hits while striking out 7 and walking only one. COULDN’T HIT What hurt Lincoln was what hurt them ail season and almost cost them the title, lack of sustained offensive punch. The Tigers were able to get the hits but were unable to put them together when they needed them. Cardona scored in the fifth inning when, after two singles, Hoagy Wong tripled, scoring both runners. They scored their last run on a .single by grid star Steve Sogge, who went to third on the throw by the Lincoln catcher on an attempted steal of second. Carlos Candelaria finishes up his career as a Tiger pitcher this year. Over the season Candelaria piled up 70 strikeouts while compiling an earned run...
Verdugo Hills repeats as NL gym champ [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964
Verdugo Hills repeats as NL gym champ Northern League finals saw Verdugo Hills clinch the league title in gymnastics for the second straight year. Finishing behind Verdugo’s 35 points were Eagle Rock with 28 points and Lincoln with 27, Belmont, Frankling and Marshall followed the leaders in that order. For Lincoln on the rope Joe Velarde finished third with a time of 4.3 seconds. In free exercise Louie Moreno was third and Eddie Aguilar was fourth. The side horse had Gilbert Arriola finished third Lincoln. In the parallel bars Danny Macias, in one of the few times he was defeated this year, placed fourth. Macias redeemed himself by taking, first in both the long horse and the rings. Ita tumbling Louie Moreno finished in a three-way tie for first followed in fifth position by Danny Mojica.
Jalopy races set [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964
Jalopy races set Four main events on a big 12-event show will be the holiday weekend offering for California Jalopy Assn, fans Sunday afternoon at Ascot Park. It’s the climax of an active Memorial Day weekend for the CIA following a Saturday night program for modifieds and hot rods on the San Bernardino Orange Show track.
200 'Hot Rodders' race for $35,000 prize money [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964
200 'Hot Rodders' race for $35,000 prize money SPORTS FRANK WHITAKER, Sports Editor Don Garlits, drag racing’s "big daddy” from Tampa Fla., is preparing a new dragster for the Hot Rod Magazinesponsored Championship Drag Races at Riverside International Raceway June 12-13-14. The veteran driver-builder, who has probably won more drag races and set more records than any other active driver today, called magazine officials today to let them know his "Swamp Rat VII” would be a definite contender for Top Eliminator honors. Garlits told editor Bob Greene that his latest creation, whic hproduces more than 700 horsepower, was clocked at 192 mph in a recent shakedown run. also reported an elapsed time reading of less than eight seconds, from a standing start over the measured quarter-mile route. More than 200 entries have now been received for the three day meet which is offering $35000 in cash and merchandise awards to participants. Sanctioned by National Hot Rod Association, the premium co...
LAPC names Stroup athlete of the year [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964
LAPC names Stroup athlete of the year Los Angeles Pacific College Lettcrmen’s Club presented the “Athlete of the Year” award to Keith Stroup during the annual banquet for hia performance and sportsmanship as the outstanding athlete and his contributions to the athletic program at the college. Intramural “Athlete of the Year” was awarded to die Uden. The athlete embodying leadership, sportsmanship, character and inspiration was Ron Jones who received the "Esprit de Corps.” Dave Berteaux received the “Black Velvet” award, for lettering In two sports and maintaining a 3.25 scholastic grade point average for the year. In the area of general activity for leadership and service to the college, minor letters were presented to George Ackley, Dennis Gits, Sue Rheuark, Janis Dunham, Urrea Jones, Art Harrell and Keith Stroup, and major letters were presented to Ruth Reckard, Lois Reckard and Donna Ross.
Cubs (8-1) lead ER Little League [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 28 May 1964
Cubs (8-1) lead ER Little League MAJOR LEAGUE Twins 7, Pirates 6 Wolves 13, Reds 5 Cubs 17, Braves 9 Wolves 14, Twins 9 Cubs 14, Reds 2 Braves 3, Pirates 1 STANDINGS Cubs (8-1) Wolves (4-4) Reds (4-4) Braves (3-5) Pirate* (3-5) Twins (2-6) MINOR LEAGUE Phils 10. Dodgers 8 Tigers 5, Mets 4 Mets 16, Colts 5 &lt; Tigers 10 Dodgers 9 standings Tigers (6-1) Mets (5-2) Phils (3-3) Colts (2-4) Dodgers (1-5)