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Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
HOW TO ADDRESS OUR LAW MAKERS (FEDERAL) Rep. Glenard P. Lipscomb (24th District), House Office Bldg., Washington 25. D.C. (Dist. office. 1935 Huntington Drive. South Pasadena). Rep. George E. Brown Jr. i29th District), House Office Mdg-r Washington 25, D.C. (Dist. office. 214 8. Garfield, Monterey Park. Calif.). (STATE) Sen. Thomaa M. Reee (38th District). State Capitol, Sacramento. 14. (Dist. Office, 217 W. Ist St.. Rm. 111. Los Angeles 12). (Home, 1673 Waynecrest Dr. # Los Angeles). Assemblyman George Danielson (48th District). State Capitol, Sacramento 14. (Dist. Office, 2418 Daly St., Los Angeles 31. Phone 223-3111.) Assemblyman John L. B. “Bud” Collier (54th District) State Capitol, Sacramento 14* (Dist. Office. 1109 Fair Oaks Ave.. South Pasadsna). NOTE: Personal opinion messages 6n any State or National Issue may be sent to your State or Federal representative by Western Union. 75 cents for 15 words. For information contact the Western Union office.
ANN LANDERS Antwfri Your Probhiro ; Surprised widow hears of husband's gambling debts [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
ANN LANDERS Antwfri Your Probhiro ; Surprised widow hears of husband's gambling debts Dear Ann Lander*: My ala* ter’a husband was a salesman. Artie knew all kinds of people. A lew days ago Artie dropped dead of a heart attack. The fueneral was yesterday. After the funeral several people cam* by the house to be with my sister and sit around the way they do when a friend passes away. Two men whom my sister had never seen before took her aside end told her that they had loaned Artie money. One man said he had borrowed $4OO when he bad gotten over his head in a crap game. The other fellow said he stlU had $3OO coming from the second ListonPatterson fight. My sister was bewildered. She knew very little about her husband's gambling and betting practices. She had never seen these men before and they had nothing in writing. At the moment she’s plenty short of cash, but she says if Artie owed the money she wants to pay it. What is your advice? —TRYING TO HELP ANN’S REPLY Dear Trying: The tim...
Scouts, fathers tour military installation [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Scouts, fathers tour military installation Explorer* and Boy Scouts, along with their fathers were guests last week at the Amphibious Base where they were given a complete tour and shown films of the military in* st'allation. Especially interesting to the scouts were the tour of the under water demolition course. They were told that the course is such a difficult one thafdnly 30 out of a possible 100 men are chosen to participate. The group was also taken on a boat trip around the harbor where their guide pointed out the different navy ships, aircraft carriers, destroyers and escorts and transports. SCOUTMASTER Adults making the trip included Louis Zanelli, scoutmaster: Charles Gray, Fred Pineda, Dr. Don Newman, Harold Baerresen, Ruben Gonzalez, Walt Brauer, Jack Williams, Philip Allen, A 1 Romano, Art Laborico, James Smith and Enio DeGregorio. Explorer Scouts were Steve Newman, Marty Bacon, Bill Baerresen, Armando Gonzales, Mike Babcock, Tony Milano, Saul Sanoeda, Robert Whitfield,...
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
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Page 20 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
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Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
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NL frackfesf TIGERS, PANTHERS TANGLE TOMORROW By Johnny Oonzalaz Franklin High [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
NL frackfesf TIGERS, PANTHERS TANGLE TOMORROW By Johnny Oonzalaz Franklin High Sparked by their first victory of the season against Marshall High on their own oval, the Franklin Panthers look to a tough meet with the Tigers at Lincoln tomorrow at 3 p.m ! From the beginning of the Marshall meet the Panthers fought hard, realizing that ev- ery point counted. The final score was 54 to 50, proving to be the tightest meet the Panthers have encountered this season. A slight depth proved to he the deciding factor as both teams got six first places. RAYNER DOUBLE WINNER Ace sprinter Jeff Rayner turned in another good performance, winning the 100 and 400 yard ashes with times of 10.3 and 52.2. Myron Patchem showed good form by taking a first in the 220 yard dash with a time of 23.5. Myron also placed third in the 100 yard dash. The long jump proved to be a main factor in the Panthers victory. Franklin placed first, second and third in this event with Moses Gonzales winning with a leap of 20’...
'Y* basketball league sign-ups [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
'Y* basketball league sign-ups YMCA Church Softball League play is scheduled to begin on May 21, with practice games being scheduled for May 7 and 14. All games will be played at Arroyo Seco Playground on Thursday nights. All teams must be registered by April 24, according to ‘Y’ executive Dale St. George. The League is limited to the first eight churches registered. St. George said churches already signed up are Christian Missionary Alliance, Grace Presbyterian, and Highland Park Nazarene. Other churches interested but not yet registered are: Eagle Rock Baptist, Eagle Rock Nazarene, Eagle Rock Presbyterian, Hermon Free Methodist, Highland Park Christian and Highland Park Lutheran. Ken Gustafson and Dick Adrian were elected league manager and assistant manager at the organizational meeting, according to St. George. Any church interested call CL 7-7516. Most teams are made up of adults, young adults, and college age. However, those in the 9th grade and up are eligible.
Basketball champs [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Basketball champs Top YMCA basketball awards go to three members of the lincon Heights Groy-Y team which won first place this season in downtown Y league. Receiving award from Cal Stale (LA) most valuable player C. D. Wilson are (from left) Raymon Barrera, Sportsmanship Trophy; John Luna; Most Improved' Player; and Rubin Balles, / J..««srent. Group leader of the Gray-Y downtown club it Coyo Burdaga.
Ui. junior – soccer team seeks victory [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Ui. junior - soccer team seeks victory Franklin High School student Guillermo Barrija, 17, in Guatemala playing soccer for the United States Junior Squad, reports that the U.S. team is seeking its first victory in the Central, North American and Caribbean Junior Soccer Championships. Barrija, son of Mr. and Mrs. Guillermo Barrija of 1227 Isabel St., is a defensive star for Spots Juniors in the California Junior League and is the sole Southland representative in the National side. The U.S. Juniors, competing in the 12-nation tourney for the first time, tied Jamaica. 1 : 1, and Nicaragua, 0-0.
Oxy hosts Striders, / Long Beach [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Oxy hosts Striders, / Long Beach Occidental’s Tiger forces are active at home thif week with a Friday frosh meet against Pierce and Trade Tech at 3:30 p.m., and on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. the varsity tangles with the Striders and Long Beach State College. Saterday’s meet represents a good chance to see such Olympic hopefuls in action as Otis Davis, Charlie Dumas, Adolph Plumer, Steve Haas, Mike Larrabee, Ron Morris, Mike Johnson and Greg Pelster, to name a few. . Last weekend the Tigers, with 47 points, ran into real trouble up north as they were trimmed by the host California Bears with 69 and the visiting team from Brigham Young at 65. The triangular score ended up with the Berkeley Bears leading by virtue of their mile relay win and the Tigers winding up with the BYU team in the middle.
Playground slates big track meet for boys, 7-17 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Playground slates big track meet for boys, 7-17 Highland Park recreation center track and field program opens for sign-ups this week for boys 7 to 17. Deadline for entering the track meet is Saturday, April 25. Events will be run in four divisions; pee wee, 7-9 years; midgets, 10-12; juniors, 13-14 and seniors, 15-17. Competition will be in SO and 75 yard dashes, high jump, broad jump, ball putt and relays. For information see Nick Apodaoa, recreation director at Highland Park Center, Ave. 61 and Piedmont, or call CL. 6-9127.
Tiger gymnasts edge Huntington Pk., 61-58 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Tiger gymnasts edge Huntington Pk., 61-58 By Jimmy Molina Lincoln High The Tigers, powered by the three first places of Danny Macias, edged perennial gymnastics powerhouse Huntington Park 61 to 58 Thursday at Lincoln. Macias, having his greatest day as a Tiger muscleman, scored first In the parallel bars, rings and long horse. The Lincoln gym team, which was humiliated last week by Garfield, showed 100 percent improvement in its individual routines and over-all depth. Lincoln’s Joe Velarde took first place in the rope climb with a winning time of 4.7 seconds, and Henry Lopez came in 4th in the same event with a time of 5.5.' OTHER WINNERS Eddie Aguilar placed second in free exercise and Louie Moreno placed third. On the side horse Gilbert Arriola, Joe Rolden and Robert Aguilar scored first, third and fourth respectively. On the parallel bars Danny Macias scored a first, despite his unorthodox dismount, Eddie Aguilar a second and Robert Aguilar a fifth. Long horse had Tigers placing ...
Franklin finally wins!!! Beat Marshal; more league action today [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Franklin finally wins!!! Beat Marshal; more league action today By Pete Griffin , Franklin High All six Northern League baseball teams have reached the half-way oomt &lt;n their 1964 campaigns. xV day’s games open the Set&gt; ond round as Franklin travels to Verdugo Hiiis, Eagle Rock meets Marshall and Lincoln encounters Belmont. This game will be the last of four games which have been played in the last two weeks. When it is completed, ,the teams will have one week to rest their pitchers and continue their practicing. Franklin’s story this season has been one of close games. All four of their first games have been very close, the Panthers winning one, and Verdugo Hills, Eagle Rock and Lincoln each picking up a victory. BEAT MARSHALL The first win of Franklin’s season came when the basebailers traveled to Marshall .last Tuesday. The final score Iwas 6-4, Franklin pulling the game out of the bag in the eighth inning. Tino Esquival led off for Franklin by smashing the ...
Lincoln trackmen shine but Eagles win meet 60-43 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Lincoln trackmen shine but Eagles win meet 60-43 By Kool O’Hara Eagle Rock Eagle Rock still remains undefeated i n Northerr League track competitor with a win of 60% to 43% over Lincoln last Friday al Eagle Rock. With two more meets left in the season, the Eagles anticipate a possible league championship. Several impressive performances were provided by spikesters from both schools last Friday. Tony Kochinas, a severe football threat to the Eagles last season, came out with a double victory in the 100 yd. dash and the 440. KOCHINAS WINS 440 In the 440, Kochinas outran Eagle Ray Schrudder with an excellent time of 49.1 for the best timing in league this season. Schrudder’s time of 50.0 was also one of the best in the city last week. Miler . Bob Jarman came through once again for the Eagles outdistancing the second man by about 50 yards. His time—4:3s. The Eagle shot - putters brought in another clean sweep with' senior Keith Cain leading the group with a putt of 53’9”. In second was ...