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Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
2 m&amp;Ui jlMft&amp;U AND SHOPPING SUGGESTIONS wise: to please any cat. all tuna liver'n meat chicken fish meaty mix kidney f n meat 6 Dr. Ross’ CAT FOODS AT CALIFORNIA'S FINEST MOUNTAIN RESORT. FAMOUS MAMMOTH LAKES. CALIFORNIA. Inyo National Foraat .frei i ■RCAKFAar AND DIN HE. . . . .14.50 PM KMON UNDER IS OCCUPY mo. Summer Fun Far Everyone SWIM, FISM, WATS* SKI... Atk For Fret Summer Fun Mep W#W «M JW/.S* N ■Lvo.. Mm SOS T. .CVULY HIU.I. r ■ ■ Mt Chars* far Ess* ar • Phony 655*574
Page 19 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
/« fX I V . ';y 4* l\k V ' -••••; ■-.■ ’ 'USSk,-. Best Foods « ill' T.; / ■&gt; W ■’ &gt;4 * ", m i (TjP - 1 v% * - &gt; v • ■ «r* HOMOGENIZED to cling to greens it -• !‘T-&gt; V .4' W Ever-lovin’ flavor in every lovin’ drop! fV ■mn ’■ ' 7'ar’i rr^ Poods Foods. ttOWOGENI/fo -=&gt; ITALIAN a wonderful bland of tangy. herbs, subtle apicat CHEDDAR-BLEO CHEESE a hearty bland of the finest cheeses MAYONNAISE FLAVOR the versatile dressing with smooth mayonnaise flavor OLD HOMESTEAD (Sortie Franck) FRENCH tomato-rich, with Just the right touch of garlic the testy dressing. «» -■ « now ri|nt and smooth, too m i' z - ■ a®. *. : '- : V- &gt; • &lt; 4 t ■&gt;. » j-» H..-4 £S - —. mimm+X** m;
Flags are Everywhere [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
Flags are Everywhere Editorials we cannot cnoose among so many nags: mey are all resplendent with the sublime purpose of a free nation. The glimmering stars in their sky-blue field are haloes of a vision unfolding; the stripes of red and white that flutter and undulate bespeak the resolution of a dream. The flags are everywhere. There is the flag in the comer of the classroom, resonant with the voice of young America; ‘T pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands . . .” There is the flag on the courthouse staff, austere and dignified, displaying its glory with an aura of liberty and justice for all, a heartening symbol of strength and security. There is the flag on the consulate, a harbinger of promise in the strangeness of a strange land, close by the fevered jungle lushness or the parched desert sands, or waving from castellated towers in the ivyclad antiquity of an old world. There is the tiny flag pinned to the lapel of ...
Nomination by Primaries [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
Nomination by Primaries In recent years there has been an increasing campaign against the primary-nominating system for political parties, most of it coming from out of the east. Professional political operators have been sayihg that the convention system, where political leaders meet and nominate party candidates, is better because those leaders are able to select “the best man.” Well, we like the primary nominating procedure, as followed by California, and about half of the other States of the union. And, incidentally, we like the initiative and referendum system, too, whereby the people can actually originate legislation. And we like the retail, whereby the people can remove an unpopular or bad elected official. There is, indeed, « strong campaign to take away from the people their power to elect and even legialate. Naturally, there has to be adequate rules as to the procedure in these matters. But let us not allow our system of popular voting for party nominations, and the refer...
AFTER HOURS Inside story on Cyprian crisis [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
AFTER HOURS Inside story on Cyprian crisis •y JOHN MORLFT CHICAGO SomeoiM |M said, "It takes longer to get out of any trouble . . . than it took to get in.” Cyprus is such trouble . .. and it started 1,000 years before Christ, when the Greek* moved in on Cyprus at the time of the Trojan War. Every imaginable nationality also came to Cyprus, but the Greek influence survived for centuries until the Ottoman Empire literally massacred the Greeks and took control of the island. From this Greek massacre at the hands of the Turks around 1572, through periodic civil and national wars between Turkey and Greece, these two races of people live in the backwash of the most violent hatreds in history. Cyprus ethnic ties historically have been with Greece, Greece won Independence from the Ottoman Empire in 1829 after eight years of the bioodlait war at that era ... hut the Turk* htld on to Cyprus because of the Inability of tha Greek armies to raaeue it by sea. But the Creak Cypriot national tampe...
DO YOU KNOW? [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
DO YOU KNOW? 1. Which Mexican colonial city has a law prohibiting any modern construction within It* JlmlUT 2. What famous American writer disappeared In Mexico? 3. What is pulque? 4. How many Indians live in Mexico? AMtWSBS 1. Tuw. t. Arobroee Mere*. Journalist and poat. *. An eleekelie beverage mad* from tka Juice of the agavt( century riant). 4. Approximately eight mtlUoa.
LAW IN ACTION [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
LAW IN ACTION ABOUT WILLS Though state law* differ in the way you may execute your will, the main idea is much the same everywhere. The fonnaUUe* aim to protect you and your heir*. Centuries ago spoken wills were permitted. Five witnesses could testify that Jones meant for Mary to be his beneficiary; but, alas, some scoundrel might even round up seven other witness**, and then when would you be? Written wills do away with all that Except for holographic wills which a person Writes out in his own hand completely, you execute your will by (1) publication, (3) signature, and (3) attestation. In publication you tell at least two witnesses that what you are about to sign is your will and then you sign it as they look on. In signature you sign your will while both look on. When the witnesses sign the will, they attest the fact that they saw y*u sign the paper. They dsn't Med to read your will. They need only to sign it to show that they s4w you si|R. That’s about all there Is to it. You p...
Postal Service , " Civic Center Spotlight [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
Postal Service , " Civic Center Spotlight ■y WDOEIY CUMMINGS, Civic Center New* Agency CCNA So fir u I know, and I had my car to the ground, not a single Congressional or Senatorial candidate campaigned during the primary races on better service from the post office. There are 38 seats in Congress up for grabs in California, Including 15 from L.A. County, and if the winners next November combined to probe the PO situation they would be hailed as public benefactors. Judging from my recent mall and phone calls, this silence about the breakdown in a major government service was a serious omission on the part of candidates. PUBLIC SUPPORT I have evidence that a strenuous campaign directed toward better mail delivery and better service at post office windows would touch off strong public support. Such a campaign would be a public service about the convenience of the people they would like to represent back in D.C. Recently I wrote a column recounting my own frustrations in trying to serv...
HOW ABOUT THAT? ■ ; 'Gold in Them Thar Hills' [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
HOW ABOUT THAT? ■ ; 'Gold in Them Thar Hills' By WlinUO DEUQUEST TODAY’S KVB-OPENBK: The gold to thar, most liqnrlttr, And they d% tt eat with ha Iron bar. Jeeee Hntehlnson, Jr. SUCCESS STORY: I look with antlcipationfOr the bimonthly arrival of "American Heritage, The Magazine of History.” The June issue contains an interesting article by Jensen about dig Mike and One-Eyed Joe, paternal grandfather and granduncle respectively of Barry Goldwater, who played a prominent part in the recent California primary (|) election. I relay this brief summary, withi out any intention of suggesting political overtone*. I am Impelled solely by the enthusiasm I of an avid student of history encountering a 1 colorful and little known success story characteristic of the pioneers of the great Southwest. Michael Gold was* er and his brother, Joseph Goidwasser who were born in Russian Poland In the 1520’5, emigrated to Germany, afterwards to England andr.te 1852, arrived at New York whence they headed f...
Page 20 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
HOW TO ADDRESS OUR LAW MAKERS (FEDERAL) Rep. Olenard P. Llpacomh (44th Oietrict), House Office (2»th P ' ofetrict), E Houae Offlee SSft: Monterey Pork. Cellf.). Son. Thomas M. Raaa (SSth itt St.. Rnjjlll. Laa Ansalaa 1»). (Homo, ISTS Waynaeraat Dr., Oaona OanlalAetamblyman John L E. “Bud” Collier (Mth Dlatrlct) sa ».WoJi Avo., Sooth Paeadona). NOTEi Poroonal opinion meeaagoa an any SUta or National laaua may be aant to your State or Federal representative by Western Union, SS cento Hr 11 wards. Far Information eantaot the WaaOorn Union off!on.
Page 20 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
tMb PUMI9KRS ASSOCIATION P, HBS NEWB-HEBALD PUBLICATIONS BULLETIN-NEWS PUBLICATIONS Hlnlul Park News-HsrsJd * Journal Bagla Rook Sontlnol North out Star-Ravlaw Lincoln Haights BulloUa-NOwa U Sorono Star Gordon Hsndry Adv. Manager luuod Thureday and Sunday mornlnfo Memboro of California NebrspapSr Publishers Association Lot Angeles Suburban Newspaper* Suburban Press Foundation. Ine. National editorial Association Circulation Audited by V.Xc. Adjudicated by tbe_ Superior Court of Los Angeles County to publish legal advertising of every description. News-Herald A Journal Decree M00T1; Sentinel Decree 393372: Star Decree not A This newepaper la not rasponatble tor return of nneollcltod photographs and/or manuscripts.
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
i X EACH niRNITURTS] ANNUAL I J i ■ SALE / _ E UNDERSOLD ★ Lowesf Prices! in Town ★ Loads of Famous Makes! ★ Satisfaction Guaranteed! ★ Use Your BANKAMERICARD! ★ Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Daily- Monday &amp; Friday 9 a.m. -9 p.m. I DOUBLE triple DRESSER DRESSER “Sr 39 90 MIRROR FOR MIRROR FOR ABOVE .. 2.90 ABOVE .. 10.90 YOUR PICK.. Salem Maple Compare ail our Maple Shop VALUES!! Hi* Mix or Match from OPEN STOCK 3-DRAWER CHEST s&amp; 21 w CORNER DESK Sr 29 90 to 90 Eagle Discount Other Pieces at Equal Savings! COMPLETE 8-PIECE BUNK BED SETS In choice of Colonial - Pester stylo, Wagon-Wheol styling or Bookcaso Headboard typos. ° ur s^ooo Discount JK VW Prlco iTTTr 50 *. Maple-Finish PROVINCIAL SLEEPER OPENS UP TO MAKE BED FOR TWOI In Medom too. At this samo fantastic prlco. OUR DISCOUNT PRICE Sensational Choice of White or Walnut! 3-PIECE BEDROOM SET A —I l\r*« m u Uwlatoe Imvma 9&gt;i «|» j| i— T"Oieww • I/Tvaivf catvq large, eryiea and constructed for tfto most ...
Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
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Page 22 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 11 June 1964
SHOMPIWS MaKHIO W: : M..^Mim&amp;m' 91910 il« FIRST IN AMERICA WITH SALE DAYS THURSDAY Hun WEDNESDAY JUNE 11 Hm JUNE 17, 19M tax collected on taxaile items LEAN TENDER PORKI CHOPS RIB CUT loin mo CUT 491 1 KS NO £ FRYERS AIL IRBASTS. LESS, WINGS AND THISHS « EXTRA SMALL • EXTRA LEAN POLYNESIAN SPARE RIBS MOM IMS NR POUND 4-LEGGID FRYERS V FRESH 11, SRADI "A" 39 .... SAV j£ ... SAVE .. .SAVE... SAY E MIRACLE WHIP STARKISTI CHUNK TUN; KRAFT QUART JAR SAVI He LIGHT MEAT ...SAVE... SAVE... 6%-OZ. CAN SAVE g« 1 mm BROOKHAVIN • MM NO. I OBSRTI GIANT OLIVES 29* Hff POD PANCAKRS - DUDE RANCH SYRUP If 29 CATAUHB 4* rnmm APPLE BUTTER . . . *S? 35 KU OR TftUftW ft a i HAWAIIAN PUNCH .3sS 1 TOMATO SAUCtI S 163*1 KTTV VAUM RANCH STYLE BEANS WISHBONE ITALIAN DRIf SING c 8-OZ. JAR NO. 3M CANS CENTRAL AMERICAN • GOLDIN RIPE f-f BANANAS c CRISP • SOLID a a mm uhum 2 "“25 CABBAGE IQ* is.. 4&gt; GREEN ONIONS RED RADISHES . . MUDS AJAX FLOOR &amp; WALL CLEANER icirs RES. PK6. »0...