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Turning the Tide [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

Turning the Tide Editorials Twenty years ago Saturday, on June 6,1944, the world was electrified by the news flash announcing the advent of D-Day. The long-awaited invasion of France was under way. It was no surprise that an Allied attack upon the Norman coast was being planned, but the specific day and point of invasion were the best kept and most closely guarded secrets of World War 11. Skillfully directed by General Dwight D. Eisenhower, Supreme Commander of Allied Expeditionary forces, the D-Day operation was a crowning masterpiece of logistics, which is the science and art of moving concentrations of military strength from one place to another within a predetermined time-schedule. At five o’clock in the morning of June 6, one thousand gliders and transport planes dropped paratroopers on the Norman peninsula of Contentin. Immediately on on the heels of this initial strike, an armada of 2,400 American and Britsh bombers attacked German coastal installations. A beachhead sixty mil...

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Foothill Freeway [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

Foothill Freeway Residents of this community are showing—rightfully—a great amount of interest to plans for the proposed Foothill freeway through La Canada, La Crescenta, Montrose, and Tujunga. For, upon the outcome of that hearing and the ultimate highway commission decision will rest much of the future of the Long Beach freeway extension through South Pasadena and Los Angeles. The two proposed freeways are really one. - I Hearings on the Foothill freeway were held yesterday in the Pasadena civic auditorium. It is expected that when the engineers make their final recommendations some time later this year they will simultaneously do so on both the Foothill and the Long Beach extensions. Much effort is being made by the people of the foothill area toward killing the freeway entirely. They contend that it is not needed, and will not be needed “until the year 2000.” How they arrived at that date we do not know; neither do we know how the highway planners arrived at the idea that we nee...

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MAIN STREET U SA. [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

MAIN STREET U SA. By Bert Mills Washington. DjO. It Is probably true that most Americans outside of the Deep South deplore about 75 percent of the things Governor George Wallace of Alabama stands for, but it is probably equally true that most Americans are secretly grateful to Urn for his primary contests in three Northern states. The segregationist candidate lost all three contests, as even Wallace assumed he would. But he got about 34 percent of the Democratic vote in Wisconsin, 30 percent In Indiana, and 43 percent in Maryland. If defeat is ever profitable, Wallace earned a plus mark. Whatever his motives, Wallace has proved a point of key significance to the entire nation. It is that there is a very sizable minority of Northern Democrats who feel that the civil rights pendulum has swung too far to the left and that the Senate should look through amber glasses at the pending MU. Actually, caution has been the watchword of the threemonth debate in the Senate, even before George Wa...

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TEACHER: BOYS! [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

TEACHER: BOYS! By Akxand*r I'** *£ 't-'. /

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AFTER HOURS Jordan River Issue...The Inside Story [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

AFTER HOURS Jordan River Issue...The Inside Story HUNTINGTON, WEST news-trip through the Near East I sat with the foreign minister of Jordan while waiting to addres the Jerusalem Hotary Club. We had covered every conceivable angle of the Arab-Israel dispute, any one of which could explode into war. “But the war against Israel will come,” the foreign minister said, "when the Jews provoke us by a major incident. That incident could be their scheme to divert the Jordan River this summer near the Sea of Galilee on their border.” From Baghdad to Casablanca, the entire Arab Near East is inflamed over the Jordan River issue. It is the hottest flame since the seizure of the Suez Canal by Nasser. Arabs United on Issue Jordan King Hussein’s recent emergency visit to Washington was to inform President Johsnon of the threat of war in the Near East, which would make his country a battlefield. The youthful monarch told the President that even the $2OO million U.S. aid for a "Near East TVA,” under...

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LAW IN ACTION [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

LAW IN ACTION GOOD SAMARITANS I Under a “good Samaritan” i law our law maker* recently encouraged nurses as well as , doctors to give emergency , treatment to , injured peo- < pie. For years , anyone, in- , eluding a doc- ] tor, who tried to give emer- , gency aid to the Injured ran , the risk of a law suit For ex- { ample, If a doctor who in good faith and without pay tried to help an accident victim { might have been sued if some- , thing went wrong. In 1959 the Legislature rewrote that law for the doctor and in 1963 extended it to nurses. Gross negligence which J increases an injhry is the only ground now for a lawsuit 1 against the good Samaritan doctor or nurse. The law aims 1 to encourage doctors and nur- ’ ses to give life saving service*. A* a rule, no one has a legal duty to try to rescue a stranger though he may have a moral duty to do so. No person injured from a fall, drowning, or the like has a legal right to demand that anybody except close relatives come to...

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Police report Civic Center Spotlight [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

Police report Civic Center Spotlight •X MDGBY CUMMINGS, Ovic Canbr New. Agency , ■■ .$ • ■ H r '%- . i Xi* Flacco of 1533 S. Hoover St and I want to preface bl( remarks by saying I don't believe in limiting city employment on the basis of place of . birth, or on race or religion for that matter. Flacco writes: V "Dear Cummings (don’t know why he's so informal since I never met him) Unfortunately your main outlet, the throwaway neighborhood papers, vary in the amount of your deathless prose so that often I miss some pertinent matters, especially as the paid rags, used to be newspapers, are 99 percent handouts censored to suit advertisers and big shots downtown. ! "However I was glad to read your analysis of the number Of recruits for UA. Police Dept. ■ from Southern States. Even Negroes from there when getting authority here treat colored worse than the white officers do. "What I wonder could you find out for me please and your readers if possible the percentage of new policemen who ...

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HOW ABOUT DU# Are Yoba Loser! [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

HOW ABOUT DU# Are Yob a Loser! By WIUVIO DELLQUESI TODAY’S EYE-OPENER: No man to defeated without tone resentment which will be continued with obetlnancy while ha believe* himself to be right, and asserted with bitterness, if even to hto own conscience he to detected In the wrong. —Samuel Johnson • • * DAT AFTER THE NIGHT BEFORE: Mark your calendar: Wedesday was Aspirin Day. Scads of losing candidates and their dejected supporters greeted the dawn with a kingsiz* headache. Faces are red, bank accounts depleted, teeth gnashing and craniums throb with chagrin and disappointment. Since I am an old softy with ingrained sympathy for the underdog, I should like to exude a few words of consolation for the losers. Unlike death and taxes, which can be uniformly depended upon, nothing to more uncertain than Juries and voters. Just when you are sitting on the edge of cloud nine, they boot you Into the basement So your Came, your pet measure, your favorite candidate were turned down by the vote...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

1864 razMiiimw KWSPJtfflt •fib CALIFORNIA NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION NEWB-HEEALD PUBLICATIONS BULLETIN-NEWS PUBLICATIONS Highland Park News-Herald A Journal Eagle Rock Sentinel Northeast Star-Review Lincoln Heights Bulletin-News El Sereno Star Oran W. Asa Fred D. Allen Gordon Hendry Publisher Editor Adv. Manager Issued Thursday and Sunday mornings Members of California Newspaper Publishers Association Los Angeles Suburban Newspapers Suburban Press Foundation, Inc. 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 SBSO7X: Sentinel Decree 391372; Star Decree 7K203. This newspaper Is not responsible for return of unsolicited photographs and/or manuscripts.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

DO YOU KNOW? 1. What is tba moat famous of all signatures? 2. Are all four feet of a galloping horse ever off the ground at the same time? 3. Do deer shed their antlers once each year? 4. What is a baby whale called? 5. What is a chuckwalla? ANSWERS 1. The signature of John Hancock, tint to sign the Declaration of ence1. Yes, fit one phase la the gallop they are all off the ground at once. I. Tee. ■ . • 4. A eaU. 5. A largo desert heard.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

HOW TO ADDRESS OUR LAW MAKERS Rep. olTn'inf : %! J Upacomb °mus #u s. °s:s (OI»t. office, 193* Huntington Drive, South Paaadona). Rap. Oaorgo B. Brown Jr. (22th Dlatrlot), Houaa OfflM Bldg., Waahlnoton 28, D.C. (Dlat. off lea, ft* S. Oarflald, Monterey Park. Calif.). (STATS) „ San. Thomac M. Raoa (SStk letrlet), State Capitol, Sacra--217 W. 12) aynoeroa) Dr AaaemSSyman Oaoraa Oanle - >n (*Bth District). Cate Capl<oi, Sacramento 14. -TDlat. Offlea, 2*12 Daly St., Lae Angol** SlTPhon* 222-2111.) _ _ Aeaemblyman John L. B. ••■ud” Collier (54th Diatrlct) State Capitol. Sacramento 14, (Diet. Offtca, 1102 Pair Oak* Av*.. South Pasadana). HOTS: Poreonal opinion masany ■ - -

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

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How Can I ? [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

How Can I ? BY ANNE ASHLEY Q. What is a good formula for making whitewash for interior use? A. Mix one pound of powdered glue and one gallon of water. Then mix *0 pounds of hydrated lime with two gallons of water, stirring carefully until aH tamps are dissolved. Combine these two mixtures, and stir until smooth. Then thin with water to a suitable consistency. Q. What can. I do when I think iny freshly-baked cake might stick to the pan and break? A. Hold the pan over a low flame for about five to eight seopnds, and then it should corns out Intact and in perfect shape. Q. How can I prevent moths from feasting on my woolen blankets while they are stored away? A. When laundering these blankets prior to storing them away, add a cup of moth balls or crystals to the final rinse water. Q. What is a good way to clean white sidewall tires? A. Yon can do a good Job with denatured alcohol to which a small amount of hydrogen peroxide has been added. Saturate a rag In this solution, and apply to ...

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Voters will decide on lottery [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

Voters will decide on lottery SACRAMENTO (CNS) California voters will have the chance to vote this fall on whether they want a state lottery a lottery with a guarantee of 13 percent of the gross income going to the American Sweepstakes corporation, a private firm. Secretary of State Frank M. Jordan announced the proposed initiative qualified for the November general election ballot when the sponsoring firm collected 485,184 signatures of registered voters, well above the 468,259 signatures required. Under the proposed lottery, the lottery and its monthly drawings would be conducted by a state lottery commission of three members appointed by the governor. The commission could issue only one license to the sweepstakes firm, which would pay a license fee of $5OO for each county in the state, or $29,000. The commission would print and sell the tickets to the prlate firm for $1.74 each and the firm in turn, would sell tintickets for $2.00. Thus the private firm would be guaranteed a prof...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

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B&ptist women slate Redlands conference * I 'V* m f a • n . i « • [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

B&ptist women slate Redlands conference * I 'V* m f a • n . i « • ■ The- Woman's Baptist Mission Society of Southern California will have its annual workshop and state conference at the University of Redlands, June 9-12. Over 1200 American Baptist women are expect- Ed to attend this ,15th annual conference, formerly called "House Party.” Attending from the Woman’s Mission Society of the Highland Park Baptist Church, Monte Vista and N. Avenue 59, are the following: Mmes. Paul Johnson, Burke E. Bodweli, a F. Duffey, Hattie Holland, Robert Hurlburt, M. L. Larsen, Joe Marks, W. R. Nechiporeko, Charles Somers and H. M. Zachary. •The workshop will begin Tuesday with the theme, “Christ, Our Way." The opening session of the conference Will be held Wednesday In the Chapel on the campus. Dr. George H. Armacost, president of the university will bring a welcome, following the pro* gram will be presented, the theme of which is "Christ, Our Peace.” To ease another’s heartache Is to fo...

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Witnesses screen two-hour color film Saturday [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

Witnesses screen two-hour color film Saturday Churches Manuel Bablot, 1857 Heidleman Rd., El Sereno, presiding minister of the El Sereno Spanish congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses, announces a free two-hour color film will be presented Saturday, June 13, 7 pm., as a special feature of the three-day assembly of Jehovah's Witnesses scheduled for this weekend at the Roosevelt High School Auditorium, 450 S. Fickett St, Los Angeles. The film is entitled "Proclaiming “Everlasting Good News’ Around the World.” The film was produced by the Watch Tower Society as part of the around-the-world series of assemblies held from June 30 to Sept. 8, 1963. Over 580,000 persons from 181 lands attended the 24 conventions in principal cities of the USA, Europe, Asia. Australia and the Islands of the Pacific. "This film is not just a travelogue.” says Bablot, "although it shows scenes in 22 countries and 36 cities and many highlights of this unusual assembly. Its theme draws on the basic influence at wo...

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