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Good bpoks for children series topic [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
Good bpoks for children series topic “What is really available in worthwhile literature for children?” is being asked by many adults interested in Joining forces against pornography so easily secured by today’s children. An evening workshop in “Children’s literature,” to be held at Los Angeles Pacific College, June 22 to July 10, will help answer this question, according to a college spokesman. In addition to students and teachers seeking college credit, the workshop is open to parents and any others wishing to participate in a survey of literature for young readers.' The class will be conducted in Davis Hall at Monterey Road and Avenue 60 from 6:30 to 9:30 daily for Just three weeks. Dr. Mildred Magnider, chairman of'the division of letters, and Faith Davis, instructor in education, will combine their knowledge and experiences in making these evenings of survey and interpretation answer the various needs of those working with children. Daytime classes in Pacific’s Summer School wil...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
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Stop Kilting Yourself BETTER BE POOR AND VERTICAL THAN RICH AND, HORIZONTAL ... By PETER J. STEINCROHN " [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
Stop Kilting Yourself BETTER BE POOR AND VERTICAL THAN RICH AND, HORIZONTAL ... By PETER J. STEINCROHN " LOST A FORTUNE REGAINED HAPPINESS Dear D. Steincrohn: Please don’t jump to conclusions Don’t think, as many of mj friends do, that it’s “soui grapes.’’ 1 refer to the facl that I am happier now, that ] have lost a fortune and mj position as president of m&gt; company, than when I was a big shot. I had an ulcer. Xrays say it's gone. I had high blood pressure. It’s practically normal. I lived on tranquilizers and sleeping pills. Now 1 rarely take one. You will wonder, why the metamorphosis? It's simply due to the fact that two years ago (I'm 48 now) I was on (i treadmill. All that interested me was money and power. I have a wonderful wife and three great children. So help me, I didn’t get to know them until the past two years. What brought all this about? Ask me what brought about the change and I can’t truthfully say. All I know is that overextension at the bank and a poor...
Queen and Her Court [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
Queen and Her Court Representing all American legion Districts from every section of las Angeles County in competition far the title of Queen of the traditional legion Coliseum Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular and. Auto Crash-Driver Thrill Show are; (front row, left to right) Carol Jo-Anne MacCartney (19th District—southeastern), Queen Teresa Barbara Pawlowski 123rd—southwestern) and Undo Louise Carpenter (20th—northwestern). Standing (left to right Janice Payne (18th —''northeastern), Judith levy (17th—central LA.) and Kathi Dee Crawley (24th—western). The royal court will be feted at the 32nd annual Independence Day Coliseum extravaganza on the night of July 4th.
Automation hurts auto thieves [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
Automation hurts auto thieves SACRAMENTO (CNS) Ation is returned to it in a matnew automatic teletype net-, ter of moments. v SLtKiWH Smaller agencies, without up to 24 hours off the time a car thief will have to make teletypes tied into Sacramento. good his escape when the system goes into effect next year, the California highway patrol reported. Provisions for Auto-Statis are included in the new budget and the system should be in operation by next April. The term Auto-Statis is short for Automatic Statewide Auto Theft Inquiry System. Here’s how the new system will work. When a stolen vehicle report comes to a police department, sheriff’s office or CHP office, the local agency will transmit appropriate information on the vehicle on a special teletype machine tied directly to a central data processing unit in the CHP Sacramento headquarters. "DIGESTS” DATA The processor will assimilate the data and be immediately ready to answer questions from any agency concerning the theft. The in...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
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Page 14 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
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The Inner Values [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
The Inner Values Editorials ■ At this time of the year, all over the nation, : graduates gather in school auditoriums or beneath the open skies to hear words of promise and words of challenge, and to receive their diplomas in token of scholastic achievements. Graduation speakers will indulge in the expected pomposities about entering the 'golden doors of opportunity and facing the future with courage and determination. The well-known platitudes will be served this year garnished with the parsley of the space age, but the entrees will still be tinselled with generalities and as usual, conspicuously lacking in specific content When It comes down to elemental*, the basic purpose of all education is to help the individual to solve the prime problem of survival. In our materialistic civilization, the value of a high school diploma or a college degree is frequently measured by a price-scale of dollars. The most telling argument is to evaluate formal learning in terms of probable increase ...
MAIN STREET U.S.A. [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
MAIN STREET U.S.A. By Bart mils (Distributed by the Nattoaal Editorial Association Washington, D.C. Ever stop to think how many people are representing you in Washington, in addition to your two Senatoas and one Representative T Of course, in the largest sense the entire government man in the White House is “our President” whether we approve or disapprove of what he does. If most of us don’t like what the President does to represent us, we cpn make a change every four years. We can oust not only the President but thousands of others who hold high office by his appointment, plus still others named to serve under the Presidential appointees. But the real Story of who represents you in Washington goes far beyond the White House and congress, and Indeed beyond the government Itself. You are represented at the scat of government in ways that might net have occurred to you. Suppose you are in business. Big or little, you may have representatives in Washington. No matter whether you run a ...
AFTER HOURS Reflections: This I Believe [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
AFTER HOURS Reflections: This I Believe •y JOHN MOMLSt • It’s a national disgrace... that after our giving $9OO million to Red-leaning Sukarno of Indonesia, he publicly told our ambassador “to go to he 11"... and the State Department is now considering another $5O million loan to him. • On his tour of Appalachia I heard President Johnson say in Pittsburgh that “Our Number 1 problem is poverty." From what X saw of both Appalachia and Vietnam, our Number 1 problem is the 16,000 Americans in Vietnam, sent there to fight with antiquated weapons and without a policy to go all out and win. • Where there is superficial respect for death .. . there Is superficial respect for life. • there is something wrong with a foreign policy which sends 16,000 Americans to fight in Vietnam ... and some 40,000 Americans who previously died in Korea ... thousands of miles from hone . . . and then refuses to send them to fight the most direct menace to our security 90 miles to Cuba. • Many Americans would ...
HOW TO ADDRESS OUR LAW MAKERS [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
HOW TO ADDRESS OUR LAW MAKERS n*P- ttlenar* F. Llpoeemb (24th District), House Office Bide.. Weeblnsto" 28, D.C. (plot. office, ism Hinitlnsten Drive, south Posad Mis). (tap. Oeerse S. Brown Sr. (SSth District). Heine Office Monterey R# Calif.). SSn. Themee M. RoSo (SSth District), State Capital, Seersmento, 14. (Diet. Office, *l7 W. let St., Rm. 111, Lee Anaeiso It). (Home, 1573 Wtynetrstt Dr., Lea Angeles). Assemblyman Oeerse Denialeon (48th District). State Capitol, Sacramento W, (Diet. Of.twKx Lo * An -'- Aaaamblyman John L. B. .•Bud” Collier (Mill District) State CepKel, Sacramento 14. (Diet. Office, HOC Fair Data A»a„ South PaaadSna). NOTBt Personal opinion mas ■ages 4n any state er National Issue may be sent te your State er Federal representative by Western Union, SB cento for II words. For Information contact tbo Wotdorn Union office.
LAW IN ACTION [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
LAW IN ACTION LOYAL LEGATO a Sun Stone owed much of Me fuccen to hie able and true ted employee Fred Friday. Sara was grateful and willed Fred $l5O a month from hie estate for life if, when he died. Fred was still 'working for him. If not, Fred got nothing. TVs years before he died, Sam began to sell his business and retire. As Fred’s part- in them dwindled, he quit and went to work elsewhere. Sam still had some business but Fred didn’t think it would be fair to his new employer to quit his Job right away and come back with Sam. Instead, Fred’s wife went to work tor Sam. and Trad helped her acme In the evenings. For this and some odd Me he cot HO a month and had a key to Sam’a office. In appreciation, Sam alto made ■Mil giftx to Fred (ram time to time. Whan Sam died, Fred found to hie aurpriee that be was a beneficiary under Sara’s will. Sam’s relatives «mwi that Fred bad any claim to this money since, they said, be was not Sam’s employee when he died. Frad had quit and had only odd...