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Playgrounds plan summer activities [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964

Playgrounds plan summer activities A varied program of recreational activities will be offered at 508 Los Angeles City School playgrounds, 37 of which are located in the Northeast area, beginning Monday, June 22, according to John L. Merkley, supervisor in charge of the school's youth service section. Merkley said the school’s summer playground activities would be financed by a special recreation tax and that no educational funds would be used in the program. - Elementary schools will feature programs of handicraft, storytelling, dramatics and {day acting, music, folk dancing, roller skating, playdays, movies, puppetry, contests, tour n • - ments, trips, camping, and physical activities. At the Junior high schools, there will be organised sports and fitness programs for boys and girls, crafts, talent shows, movies, skating, dance, instruction, Jamborees, trips, tournaments, clubs, camping trips and special events. BENIOB HIGHS The senior high school recreation program will be devote...

Publication Title: El Sereno Star
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Wilsons June graduates • I • ■ P" I A receive diplomas at ELAC 50th class plans big grad party [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964

Wilsons June graduates • I • ■ P" I A receive diplomas at ELAC 50th class plans big grad party p m. this Friday night 222 Wilson HlghSchool students and their guests will board buses for an all night party at Pickwick Recreation Center. It win be the last time many of them will ever see each other. For the valient 223 ere all seniors, survivors of four yean at Wilson and who two hours earlier, at 8 p.m. Friday, receive their diplomas in ceremonies- at -Best Los Angeles College auditorium. 50th CLAM This June class is the 50th to graduate from Wilson High. The program wilt open with a processional by ail the graduates, who will be dressed is their. caps and gowns of blue and white. The entire program will he presented by tbe members of the Athenian class. The music's! entertainment throughout the night will be provided by the school music depart* ment. . . , Daniel Rubin, class Salutatorian, will ask the audience to rise for the Pledge of Allegiance, followed by the invocation, lead ...

Publication Title: El Sereno Star
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'Eyes of Wisdom' Blind mother of six earns college decree [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964

'Eyes of Wisdom' Blind mother of six earns college decree By NELDA THOMPSON Among those receiving their diplomas from Los Angeles City College today will be a courageous lady by the name of Flora Mann, who hasn’t let the fact that she is the blind mother of six children interfere with her desire to further her education Have you ever heard of an" opera star by the name of Flora Mann? No, you haven’t but except for a caprice of fate, Flora Mann might have been one of the great operatic stars of our day. She was well on her way with a scholarship in the New York Metropolitan opera and had credits already chalked up when the lights went off, literally and figuratively. Flora Mann went blind. It was at a time that should have been the most joyful of a woman’s life . . . the birth of her first baby. Complications from childbirth struck heavily and her sight dimmed and then . . . total blindness. "At first I thought It would be temporary and so did the doctors,’ said the New Yorkborn musi...

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Royal Savings name Lundquist vice president [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964

Royal Savings name Lundquist vice president The board of directors of Royal Savings and Loan Association has appointed John A. Lundquist as Executive Vice President and Managing Officer. Lundqulat is a native of Willmar, Minnesota and attended the University of Minnesota. He served two years in the U.S. Navy. He has been active in the savings and loan field lor 15 years, eight of which Kc spent as First Vice President and as a Director of First Federal Savings and Loan of Wflimar. Ha was also a national director of the Junior Chamber of Commerce. OWNED FIRM In 1960 Lundquist moved to Phoenix, Arizona where he was president of his o\vn firm, the Lundquist Mortgage Company, which was a correspondent for the Homesteaders Life Co., of Des Moines, lowa. A member of the Mortgage Bankers Association of Arizona, Lundquist was 1961 Campaign Chairman and served on the executive board of the National Foundation, March -of Dimes, in Phoenix. Royal's new Executive Vice President resides in South...

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Need more new eyes' for needy people here [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964

Need more new eyes' for needy people here Nearly 400 “new eyes for the needy," in the form of old, and unused eyeglasses which many people found lying around their homes, have been donated since the Valley Portal Kiwanis Club started collecting discarded eyeglasses for New Eyes for the Needy, Inc., three months ago. R. N. McGrew, who heads the local campaign with businessman Robert Mater and Kiwanis president M. J. Varner, said they are stiS in need at metal-framed glaaes, unbroken and reusable plaattt trained glasses, with or without lenses. sunglasses, artificial eyes, catract lenses and soft eases. He said anyone wanting to contribute old eyeglasses to tbs New Eyes drive can bring them to the McGrow Real of* flee at 5374 Poplar Blvd New Eyes, tec distributes,, eyeglasses to needy people throughout the froo world. i • limi » i ilm iMßts

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Motorcycle roce [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964

Motorcycle roce A triple main-event, headlining finalists of the three competitive divisions of the American Motorcycle Assn., features Friday night’s Idevent two-wheeling sizzlers on the dirt half-mile oval at Ascot Park, Gardena, beginning at 6:30 pm

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Science Shrinks Piles Nenr*Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964

Science Shrinks Piles Nenr*Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain Now York, N. T. (SpeeUl) - For tho first time oefraoo ui found n dot kealiag oubotoneo with tho astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, snd relieve psin without 111 om hmorrhoid mum after ■ s^i.r^nsioTtn snouiifi Vwj tsnraf unproifi msnt” was rsportod sad veriflsd by s doctor's observations. Pain was relieved promptly. And, whlls gently relieving pstn, actual rsduetioa or retraction (shrinking) took pises. And most enuring of all this improvsmsnt was maintained la eases whom a doctor’s observations wars continued over a period of many months I In fact, results wars so thorough that sufferers ware able lo nutlet inch *UU- meats as “Piles have ceased to be a problem I” And among these sufferers were a eery wide variety of hemorrhoid conditions, some of 10 to 20 years’ steading. All this, without the use of narcotics, anesthetics or astringents of any kind. The secret is a new healing snbstaase (Bi...

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State College to make $48,955 arms study [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964

State College to make $48,955 arms study Congresroan George Brown, Jr. .announced this week that the Center for the StUdy of Armament and Disarmament at California State College has been selected by the U. S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency to make a $48,955 contract study analyzing past disarmament agreement*. The proposal by the Center, headed by Dr. Richard Dean Burns, director, was chosen (com It submitted, and is entitled "Historical Analysis of Arms Control and Disarmament Agreements, 1919-1939,” according to Congressman Brown.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964

Be modern with MOEN FAUCET A FUTURE Work ANDREWS CO (I*l POPIAK UP TO DISCOUNTS ON YOUR U-UPHOISTIRINO FAMICS NAUOANVM MAW Im FumHura Rapairing and RdlnWiing MEDINA’S UPHOLSTERY «H iSTIMATK AND DNJVNtr 54A9 HUNTINGTON OR. NO. CA. MW $ 100 LIGHT THE $4OO |i FIRECRACKER $BOO $ 900 $lOOO $llOO $l2OO AID YOUR RARE OR BUSINESS TO THE LIST Help light Mm Mm crock* for Mm 1904 Fourth of Arty Phnwlo fWOTIt j • $l2OO Is noodod to pay for Mm expenses Mite yoar. Over half h raised. Will you holp at IndMdudlc or businesses with o mwll contribution to make this anothor annual mkcom. Sand cheque* lot Ralph Cariielo, Chairman 4BSF North Huntington Drive Lot Angeles, Califomia 90012 CONTRIBUTORS American Up ion Fool No. 430 El Serena Optimiei Chib Valley Fprtdl Klwanls Ckih Amllw JUtaEfOtAO Clyde’s Barber Shop (Clyde Carlisle) Carlisle's Jewelry (Ralph Carlisle) James Harvey Brawn John R. NoWot Dr. Donald Newman John lowiiro Bowles Cleaners J. F. Fasakorly Dexters TV Hobftft Motor Carl Smith's Camer...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964

Legal Notices C«RTll%ATr'or 8 «U8(NIM FICtITIOUS NAM* The oertlfyh. JLfflrS Brjaaf ® torn la, under tha Jflctltlous firm ofKi name m Arab 7 *' Bxcavatlnf Co. end thet said firm U composed of the fiSBWI ng pereon, whoee name In full and place of reeidenca 1» ac followa; Walter Kroh, 1T35 Garibaldi St.. Ban Gabriel. Cal. Datfd 5-11-84. Walter Kroh State of California, Los An»eles County On 5-11-14, before me. a Notary Public In and for eald State. ury ruoiw an •••« au. ™.» —T personally appeared Waller Kroh known to me to be the , m us ius pereon whose name le subscribed to the » Instrument and acknowlhe executed the same. (Seal) Howard Wood Notary Public My Commission Expires 11-1-15. Publish: May ». June 4. 11. 11. 1984. .

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964

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Burglars take $6OOO in loot [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964

Burglars take $6OOO in loot Two private businessesthe other a jewelry shop—v in merchandise last week in Dick’s TV Company, 3312 N. Eastern Ave., was burglarized of approximately $790 in television sets, while Carlisle Jewelry at 485714 Huntington Dr. North, lost $5OOO in watches and rings. According to police, Richard ▲vesian, owner of the TV Company, said that his daughter received an anonymous phone call at about 1 a.m. early Sunday morning saying that the burglar alarm at her father's store was ringing. A witness who lives near, the store told police that she heard —one a television store and vere taken for nearly $6OOO the El Sereno community. the crash of a window and then saw a small black car leave the area. Police failed to comment on the' possible connection of the car and the burglary. At the jewelry shop, patrol officers making routine checks noticed that a window had been smashed at the front of the shop at about 3 a.m. Sunday morning. Upon further investigation, they f...

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Cal State graduates 7 from Lincoln Heights [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964

Cal State graduates 7 from Lincoln Heights Six Lincoln' Heights students wera part of California State College’s largest graduating class In its 17-year history Saturday, June 13 at outdoor exercises held in the college stadium and witnessed by more 10,000 relatives and friends. The 1964 graduating class, larger by 399 than last "year's class, Included 793 candidates for Master of Arts and Master of ' Science and Bachelor of Vocational Education degrees. The new class brings to 23,265 the total bachelor’s and master's degrees granted by the college since its founding in 1947. The new class contrasts with the seven members of the first class graduated in June, 1948. TOP GRADUATES Honored as top graduates were Miss Melisso C. Wright, of Highland Park, valedictorian, and Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Graue of Pasadena, salutatorian. As top graduates, Miss Wright and Mrs. Graue were recipients of the Olyve E. Johnson Memorial Awards, given by President Franklyn Johnson and his father, Colonel Rob...

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News routes available [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964

News routes available Newspaper routes are available in the following areas with the El Sereno Star; Alhambra Ave. and Hollister, Chester St. and Adkins Ave, Valley Blvd. and Cyril Ave, Catalpa St. and Del Paso. Boys interested should corftact the circulation officer of the Star, CL 4-5111.

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Wilson students hear vital role of Navy's nuclear polaris subs [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964

Wilson students hear vital role of Navy's nuclear polaris subs xiic a iiuuccu puwerea polaris submarines, carrying 16 missiles and capable of sailing submerged around the world, is at the forefront of America’s defense, Lt. Frank M. Fellrath told the students of Wilson High School recently. Fellrath, accompanied by Chief Petty Officer James McClosky and Chief Donald Myron, visited the school to present the students with a picture and a cutaway scale model of the polaris submarine USS Woodrow Wilson. Explaining the submarine's role in our defense system, Fellrath said: “To preserve the freedom we enjoy, it has become necessary for our country to strengthen its defenses in ways which will convince any potential aggressor that he cannot win by force. In the age of nuclear weapons and ballistic misiles this has meant that America must have nuclear weapons of its own. And it means one more very important thing; those missiles must be able to ride out an attack and still be able to shoot ...

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Father's Day services at Community Presbyterian [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964

Father's Day services at Community Presbyterian On Father’* Day, Sunday, June 21, at the El Sereno Community Presbyterian Church. 3606 Portola Avenue, the Rev. Ralph E. Vandersall, pastor, will preach at IX a.m. on the topic, "How God Speaks and How We May Hear.’’ His texts will be I Samuel 3; 10, ’Speak, for Thy servant hears I’’ and Hebrews 1:2, "But in these last days he has spoken to us by a Son, whom he appointed the heir of all things, through whom also he created the world.’ 1 The service will include the sacrament of holy baptism for infants and commissioning of the youth who will attend conference camp June 22-29. Thoe going to the junior high camp number II at Rancho de La Scherpa are; William Isham, Robert Gomez, Mark Burns. Dennis Dreier, Alva Vandersall, and Dianna Boyd. Attending senior high camp II at Big Bear are Betty Jean Boyd, Mary Tinsdale, and Naomi Hernandez. Reverend Vandersall will assist at this camp and Mrs. Vandersall will be in charge of worship and music...

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Revival crusade set at Chapel [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964

Revival crusade set at Chapel Calvary Chapel Asembly of God, located on Poplar Boulevard near South Huntington Drive, announces the beginning of a revival crusade on Father's Day, Sunday, June 21 at 11 a.m. with Evangelist Arthur Arnold as speaker. The Sunday evening service will begin at 7 p.m. Thera will be a service every night at 7:30 except Saturday. Reverend Arnold Is much In demand as a camp meeting speaker and has conducted successful crusades in many larger churches. The public is invited. For further information call Pastor Warren Berwick, CA 2-9247 or CA 2-3237.

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Last rites held for J. Cera [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964

Last rites held for J. Cera Death came June 5 to James J. Cera, S2, a 20-year resident of the Hillside Village area. , Rosary for Mr. Cera was recited June 7 at Pierce Brothers Mortuary, followed on June by Requiem mass at All Saints Catholic Church. He is survived by his wife, Gemma i mother, Mary Costamagna; son, Jimmy V. Cera; daughter, Lorraine; a sister, Margaret, and two grandchildren.

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Los Angeles Poll Majority say police lack enough power [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964

Los Angeles Poll Majority say police lack enough power By John B. Knight Co. More than half of the people living in Greater Los Angeles believe the Los Angeles police <lo not have enough power to do the best possible job of preserving the peace and enforcing the law. This was revealed in a sampling of public opinion recently taken by the John B. Knight Company. A small percentage less than ten per cent thought the police already have too much power. More than a third of those interviewed did not know or were not sure. NEED MORE POWER It is an additional interesting fact that a larger percentage of Republicans interviewed thought the police need more power than was the case with Democrats, although members of both parties said they believe more power is needed. It has long been the contention of Police Chief William H. Parker that the department needs more manpower. The city is growing rapidly a good deal more rapidly than the department is growing. It is a constant proble...

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