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Sports Awards Winners at Franklin High [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
Sports Awards Winners at Franklin High TOP AWARDS (Front row, from loft) Byron Notion, Tennis Hall of Foma; Henry Garcia, Senior Athlete,- Ross Munoz, Scholar Athlete; (back row) Charles Voge, Track Hall of Fame; Russ Jackson, Coaches Award; Tom Baker, Baseball Hall of Fame.. VARSITY BASEBALL (fronf row) Tino Esquivel ond Tom Baker; (back row) Gary Christensen, Bob Wallace. ' : .1 J.V.-BASEBALL (Front row, from left) Bob Mysel, Coach Richard E. Whitney; (Back row) Terry Fitzgerald, Reve Ramos, Mike Bateman, Bill loper. SWIM SQUAD (Front row! Tony Flatos, Roy Steele, Miko MHtii; (tack row) Carl Rembough, Clyde Vatquei, mm /n. i i-:- Msluu
Candelaria best in Northern Loop* Named to all-city team, < league Player of Year [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
Candelaria best in Northern Loop* Named to all-city team, &lt; league Player of Year Top player on the top Northern League team for 1964, pitching star Carlos Candelaria of Lincoln High, was acclaimed the “Player of the Year” for the past season, when members of the Helms All-Southem California Board of Baseball met at Helms Hall last week to make annual diamond selections. He also landed a berth on the all-city second team. A mighty-mite, at 5-feet, 4-inches and 140 pounds, Candelaria did everything asked of him during the season, compiling a most respectable 7-2 mound mark. Carlos struck out 52 and had a .35 e.rju He batted .333 in 10 games and did not commit an error afield Winning ‘Player of, the Year” acclaim for 1964, Candelaria will be presented with his Helms medal award at the 28th annual All-Southem California Board of Baseball awards program at Chavez Ravine on Sunday, June 2L BACK AGAIN Verdugo Hills catcher Randy Bobb Is the only player back from last year’s fir...
Utile League O'Dell Henley keep Merchants out front [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
Utile League O'Dell Henley keep Merchants out front Eagle Rock Merchants continued their mastery of the Eagle Rock Little League by copping two more victories last week, defeating Citizens Chevrolet 11-4, then slipping by the Kiwanis Club 3-2, on the San Pascual Park diamond. In the Citizen game, O’Dell on the mound for the “(tore keepers” was too sharp for the “car dealers” and coasted to an easy win backed up by some heavy hitting by Henley, Wilks, Cisneros and Pierson. KIWANIS CLOSE The Kiwanis clash was the exact opposite, with Calabro and Henley hooked up in a real tight duel. The Merchants got off to a fast start in the first inning to score all three of their runs early. Tamborino walked, went to third on Wilks’ double, and both runners came home to score chi Jim Henley’s doubleHenley scored on a single by Cisneros and a fielders choice by Fiorlan, ending the scoring for the Merchants. Kiwanis finally got on the score board in the fifth inning when Ray Wilkings blasted a home...
U.S. soccer playoffs Sunday [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
U.S. soccer playoffs Sunday Soccer football championship of the nation, along with the historic U.S. Open Cup, will be the prize Sunday at Wrigley Field, 42nd and Avalon, when Kickers-Victoria of Los Angeles meet the Ukrainian Nationals of Philadelphia in a battle to the finish. The cross-country rivals fought to a 2-2 deadlock May 31 in Philly despite 90 minutes of overtime head - knocking. That made it two complete soccer games for total playing time of three hours of non-stop action. Kickoff will be at 2:30 p.m. with a preliminary game at 12:30.
At Playground Mysel hurls no-hit, no-run for Twins [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
At Playground Mysel hurls no-hit, no-run for Twins Eagle Rock Twins took over first place in the junior baseball league Saturday at Eagle j Rock Recreation Center by ! defeating the Dodgers, 10-0, behind a no-hit performance by Ken Mysel. Although the whole Twin team did well, the battery of Mysel and George Jacobs were the outstanding players. Mysel allowed one base runner through six innings, that man reaching first via a walk. Then in the seventh Mysel tired and walked three, but then struck j out the side. The fastballer struck out 15 in the seven inning game, and didn’t allow a ball out of the infield. Mysel also helped his team by getting 3 of the 7 hits | given up by the Dodgers to | boost his average to .700. JUNIOR MAJOR LEAGUE Twins, 10; Dodgers 0. Eagles. 8; Lions, 7. STANDINGS—Twins (2-0-1), Dodgers (2-1), Eagles (1-2), Lions (0-2-1). LITTLE MINOR LEAGUE Tigers, 9; Dodgers, 5. Mets, 21; Colts, 6. Colts. 11; Dodgers, 10. Phils, 6; Tigers, 5. STANDINGS— Tigers (9-2-1). Met...
New drag strip opens in Fontana [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
New drag strip opens in Fontana Mickey Thompson will open his all new Fontana International Dragway for the first time Saturday night with many of the top dragsters in the country on hand to help celebrate the event. Nearly 500 cars are expected to compete in the grand opening. which features 270 separate racing classes, with a trophy and/or cash prizes for every class.
Prep track stars meet in Norwalk [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
Prep track stars meet in Norwalk Most of the outstanding graduating senior high school track and field talent in the United States will converge on Cerritos College in Norwalk Saturday night for the Fifth Annual Golden West Invitational Track and Field meet. Field events begin at 7 p.m. and the first running event starts at 7:50. The meet is being sponsored by the Norwalk Klwanis Club and has blossomed into a twoply affair, the high school division, as in the past four years, and the open division, which will attract many of the top club and unattached athletes in the Far West Leonard Normand, meet director for the high school portion of the Golden West meet, which was originated five years ago by the Monterey Park Junior Chamber of Commerce, has issued invitations to 105 athletes, including nearly 35 frpm out of the state.
Honor Franklin High athlefes [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
Honor Franklin High athlefes By Pete Griffin Franklin High As a clirtiax to the 1964 athletic season and the high school careers of 59 Here togas, Franklin's coaches and athletes gathered last Tuesday night for the annual Lettermen’s Banquet. Henry Garcia walked away with the coveted Senior Athlete awards. This award, voted on by the Senior Class, the sports staff of the Franklin Press, and the' coaches, is the highest award any athlete can receive. Garcia is best known for his football playing, being named "Co-back of the Year” as a Bee in the fall of 1962 and se- lected as a member of the first team, all league last season. Garda also lettered in Bee and Cee track as a shot putter. The coaches selected Russ Jackson as the “Coaches Award Winner.’’ Russ was dted for his excellent athletic ability and sportsmanship. Jackson won the dty championship in pole vault and added many points to the Bee track team's league championship drive. . i Senior Aye Ross Munoz was selected as the Scho...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
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YOBR ■ PHARMACIST SPEAKC [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
YOBR ■ PHARMACIST SPEAKC Cn “Jerry" Schnleder, B. Ph. A congenital indifference to in is p rarity which has intrigued the medical world for some time. Males and females [ seem to be equally afflicted by I this strange immunity which often is discover!d only by accident. Little is known about its :ause. It is not related to the ■elatlve lack of sensation of he mentally retarded and its objects may also be insensiti- '« to taste and smell. Itching s a nuisance often beyond cxlerience. Family incidence is he exception rather than the •ule. In some quarters lefttandedness has been mentioned is an accompaniment of this trange affliction. &gt; - .^. Come to think of it, we make t a perfectly painless chore to lave prescriptions filled at WBTOLA PHARMACY. Scr'ice is quick and sure. While 'ou’re at it, you will find a ride selection of attractive undry items at POBTOLA ’HABMACY, 5014 Huntington &gt;r. Phone CA 5-4171. Free deivery service. THIS WEEK’S HOUSEHOLD HINT: Rub wit...
What to do with overgrown plants [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
What to do with overgrown plants People who move around slot and people who stay put in one place eventually face the same problem—what to do about overgrown plants. In one instance they grew up with the family, in the other, they were inherited from this previous owner. Here are some recommendations under the head of “taking stock.” Now is the very best time of year to take stock because the plants that are recoverable will grow back quickly after being heavily pruned. A good rule to judge whether or not shrubs are recoverable Is to note the presence or absence of lower branches that retain a reasonable amount of foliage. Tall shrubs with bare branches near tfte ground should be tagged for discarding. The others arc recoverable even with severe pruning. Note whether the plants are adapted to growth habit to the situation. There is no need to save a tall growing variety that obscures a window. Replace it with a lower growing kind adapted to the site. On the other hand, replace low g...
Garden storage [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
Garden storage Cardan tools stay safe and snug in this tool house which can ba incorporated into a back yard fanca. Structure is framed in Douglas fir 2x4s and has shingled shed roof. Vertical ton-gue-and-groove fir siding blends with any vertical fence pattern, may be allowed to weather for easy upkeep.
Nurserymen attend seminar [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
Nurserymen attend seminar Nurserymen from all over the state went back to college on June 3 and 4 for the 16th Annual Refresher Course at Cal Poly College in San Luis Obispo. The event was co-sponsored by the California Asoclation of Nurserymen and the Ornamental Horticultural Department of the college. The annual two day seminar permits nurserymen to keep up to date on the current developments in horticulture and the nursery industry. “This year’s program was one of the most varied in the history of the event,” according to General Chairman, Leo Dupich, head of the arrangements committee for C.A.N. Central Chapter and host for the 1964 event. Highlights of the program were discusions of Plant Excesses and Deficiencies, All About Dwarf Plants, Practical Business Management Techniques, Women's Place in The Nursery Industry. New and unusual plants were described during the Plant Forum. An Educational Trade Fair ] was held in conjunction with I the Refresher Course with dis-; plays of ...
GARDENER'S CHECKLIST [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
GARDENER'S CHECKLIST 1. June begins the period to concentrate on deep watring your lawn. Infrequent but thorough sosklngs will be more beneficial than frequent shallow waterings. 2. Contrary to popular thought, overhead sprinkling of roses Is beneficial. 3. The delicate and sweet scented gardenias are available at your local nursery. For summer white to enhance a buffet table or a new printed frock, gardenias make a thoroughly enjoyable garden addition. 4. For a quick splash of color, consider geraniums and pelargoniums already flowering In containers at your local nursery. These beauties are completely at home In the summer sun. 5. As the tops dry off. lift daffodil bulbs or merely remove the tops and let the plant remain for another year If there is no overcrowding.
Cypress comes in many forms [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
Cypress comes in many forms HOME - GARDE# REAL ESTATE 0 The False Cypress boasts of four species each with an unbelievable selection of forms, texture, color and size. If you are looking for a wide selection of coniferous evergreen shrubs and trees, ask your local member of the California Association of Nurserymen to show you the complete line of False Cypress. You will be well rewarded by whichever types you select for your garden. Among the dwarf forms, one of the most popular is the Dwarf Hinoki Cypress, the slowest crowing and smallest of these conifers. The other extreme 'of the False Cypress is the native Port Orford Cedar or Lawson Cypress which reaches 200 feet in forest areas. The graceful foliage shows Itself In sprays with a conical crown. It is primarily noted as a windbreak or high sun screen. When cultivated, the Port Orford Cedar is much lower. Those In the three to ten foot range among the shrub varieties are too numerous to name. A few of the most outstanding exampl...
Build barbecue for more fun in your outdoor living room [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
Build barbecue for more fun in your outdoor living room Although charcoal cooking has been employed since man first rubbed two sticks together. It has enjoyed unprecedented popularity in recent years with the fast rise in backyard barbecues. ' The present popularity of outdoor cooking originated In California, which gen-'* erally is conceded to be the source of the simple but mouth-watering dinner ot charcoal broiled steak, garlic or cheese sourdough bread, and a mixed green salad topped with bleu cheese or 011-and-wlne- vinegar dressing. Slowly this truly American " *' meal has spread eastward during the past quarter-century until today almost every hamlet has a steakhouse that serves up a reasonable facsimile. A home barbecue can either be contracted for or It can be built as a home i handyman project. It can be plain and simple or big and costly—ranging from a portable table-top model available In any housewares store to a “bomb a heller" type that weighs several tons and has war...