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~ Postal S»rvic»- 111 1 1 Civic Center Spotlight [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
~ Postal S»rvic»- 111 1 1 Civic Center Spotlight ■V MOOKY CUMMINOS. CMc CMir Nm A^oey CCNA—The lack at hospitality and affection which Created me when I want over to the city board at education one afternoon loat weak might have alarmed me had I not remembered an adage tram Journalism school A reporter’s value la la to* verse ratio to his popularity, so the Jouraaltan profs assured me than. The Inverse ratio bit Impressed me in physios class whan I was told that gravitational pull was la direct ratio to masses Involved and in Inverse ratio to distances. So I was able to figure H out. City hall la not far sway from the Grand A vs. hill whore the city school board moats but the mors often 1 So over there the lam happy they seem to see me. an adaptation of Newton’s theory which I think I’U call the Cummings l#w. I wouldn't say my arrival waa greeted with howls of dismay from the PR atari, whose Job it la to get a good pram for school activities, but cordiality was not apparent TBAOHBB ...
HOW ABOUT THAT?——_ Lonesome Globe [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
HOW ABOUT THAT?——_ Lonesome Globe * WHIM) NUMB today's moramoM : t it thm 1 i *«•»». tow would Mi tollev* m tlw! Bat every M *.’ **"* "W** «*• • •.' • •to»((«*|v.| ~ pulsing nanarmai There *ro aerteue luniiiHito that within a decade, or even aoooer, there will he men «■ the moon. Thom are exciting day* ahead Ito the generation new gtowj* teto maturity. O* yw* **** win be pHvUeged to (eel the stirring pulae &lt;* tone of the gnat** eoente In the hie tony of »..■«**! rhm am century will beanXS ZmSw, Our perimeterf of knowledge will reach tat* the depth* of the universe. The moon t—'■f will be the tint beachhead leadln* to maAh tOthnata adventure. The immediate objective of lunar asptea* idto U to eetahUah a vantage point a quarter mUMon adUa In foaee to determine whether life mdata in other planet* ef mr eeler eyatem. If intelhgent Ufe * discovered, attempt* will be made to communicate. * ora imrn PLANT!! Whan I wee a Hgh soheol f extra-teneeartel Ufa. mt the egocentric ttateM...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
-' i * M* n F I v»* &gt; h I’W-tt* •/ftV'*' ' V; - l.i Jiff i i i. ' * amm&amp;. am m cokt . . . «nd listen to tht sigh •I t fJtJnil?ii ii “ J L-». IL.LI I wmramvn niim nv ■ rvmnva wrdMor.' I ; : Vein de Kamps SPECS AL FAIHER S DAY CAKE lO’ ?. I 1.29 K j» ■lljo'i , I Van do Kemp and South Pa r:■% VWV* ■:.* a /Tv, r.fpi A « 4 4 if ; \oo\ J\3QO SHI cm\M k jftl \ i ' DAD'S DAY IS SUNDAY.. JUNE 21! But don't mako too big a fun about it . . . you know how Dadi aro . . . they got ombarrautd, fool self-conscious, whon yew try to show Ihom how vary special you think they aro. Dads just go dong, day after day, doing the best they can ... trying to bo a bettor broad-winner, n better parent, a better pal, and a bettor husband. And they don't expect to gel thanked for if . . . Dads gel their satisfaction from seeing their families grew . . . seeing the kids grew Me youngsters . . . and the youngsters mature Me adults, ready to take Dad’s place in the world. But on Sunday ... emb...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
V^s} fll t s i YOU HE P el?* 1 I# FATHER'S DAY IS SUNDAY, JUNE 215t... MAY WE DAD WILL APPRECIATE AND USE. FREE GIFT WRAPPING. m WITH OUR LARGE SELECTION OF GIFTS, THAT smarter than slippers more comfortable than shoes |6s WIN INAWALK PORIMEN CO 03 CO CO ft 0 0 0 0 0 0 i 0 20 0 00 C 3 o CD CD CD CD CD CD CD CP Unbeatable... In a class by itself. Jiffies for Men offers, the fashion pace setter, Classic. Soft supple, leatherlike Doe-Lon upper. Moccasin toe styling. New deep-foam swirl vinyl sole. Easy to pack, easy to carry. Machine washable. 53.00 per pair. Colors: Black - Brown -Tan. MAN*** MORE GIFT SUGGESTIONS HANK BROADCLOTH f d fill PAJAMAS *3" TERRY BATH ROBES *B* A-l FADED DENIM SLACKS *4** SPORT SHIRTS *4” &amp; *5” SWEATERS $ 12 95 4 5 13 95 SWEATERS S B W $ 12 95 FRATERNITY BELTS J 2 OO *3 00 LEE STRIPE OR BLUE OVERALLS SWEAT SHIRTS $ 1 98 &amp; *2** ALL KINDS $l5O $l5O $l9B LONG JOHNS UNION SUITS (eno piece two piece) ... JOCKEY THOROBRED DYLANIZE WOOL SOCK...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
SHOP BOYS' JR. DEPARTMENT STORES FOR FATHER'S DAY GIFT GIVING Ties &amp; Belts 89 s Spoil Stilts *1? MUIT Of THfLOOM IMerwiar » I » CHUMCRiFT GREETING CIMS SHORT SLEEVE SAU FOR DRESS OR SPORT WEAR. $1.59 EACH or 2i s 3" m m SUN GLASS SALE KATUWNO—FOSTER GRANT'S VISTARAMA—PANORAMA WRAMXOUND RIO. $l.OO 69 1 MRKANIMAItIPT JIWILRT PACKAGED IN A RBJSAU ELASTIC GOT BOK. *2** VALUE 89 c ROLLER DERBY SKATE BOARD EVERY KID IS SKATE* BOAGOING. MAYBE DAO WOULD LIKE TO TRY! REG. *3** The
Page 18 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
The. r IT! FRESH FROZEN Has 10-02. PKGS.. FRESH/UUN/SHOULOER CUT PORK ROAST 29* Emtam, Grain M. 18. "A" WHOLE BODY JUST RIGHT FOR DAD ON HIS BIG DAY (AND THE REST OF THE FAWIIY, TOO) CUT4IP u.29* 2 LB. give dad a and his favoeite peano FATHERS PAY/SUNPAY,JUNE2^ 100% BRMU VODKA WOOKSHUE/OW •IN ■ooi|»| MEDAL FLOUR m* •MASTS mi &gt;«( FULL IMS MIATY THIOHS u. ** .-mwiCKS BUn ROAST PORK STEAKS SLICED BACON HAM SLICES BEEF LIVER FRESH EASTERN PORK FRESH, LEAN AND MEATY WILSON'S CORN KINO LEAN, CENTER CUTS SLICED, FRESH LB. 18. LB. Your Chafe* *av\ CHAMP A*M $ « 99 tgaafaw * w - DEL MONTE CREAM STYLE Oft 1 WHOLE KERNEL 1 NO. 303 CANS PEAS NO. 303 CANS DELICIOUS CRCMC PIES BOYS Shortening 6~*l 5.*1 ML varieties Rally «esHi EA. JkUse&amp;sxi HOT •AR-B-Q CHECKINS PLUMP &amp; m OAC 3-OZ. Minimum NtfWaight MEATS OARKTURWY F150132« WHITE M6AT TURgT or CWCMM no. 4S« BETTY CROCKER CAKE MIX DARICOLD IST QUALITY BUTTiR % CHOOSE FROM A FINE SELECTION REG. PKGS. MJB INSTANT CO...
Full calendar for end of club year [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
Full calendar for end of club year ITALIAN WOMEN’S CLUB An Installation dinner was held by the Italian Women’s Club Juniors at the Scotch Mist on June 10. Mrs. R. Bozrani served as installing officer and Mrs. Gloria Zanotti as chairman. New officers are Bonnie Duretto, president; Kay Leonora .first vice president; Lorraine Pontrelli, second vice president; Dolores Smaldino, third vice president; Gloria Zanottie, treasurer; Ida Meaflia, recording secretary; Kathleen Pontrelli, corresponding secretary: Sylvia Corsinl, philanthropy; Rosemarie Pirri, press; Marie Si- ) mone, bulletin; Julie Baudino, telephone and Pat Scavo, supply. o-o-o-o-o WOMEN’S ASSOCIATION Mrs. A. R. Gesswein will be guest speaker at the June 23 meeting of the Women’s Association of Grace Presbyterian 'Church, 1500 N, Ave. 53. Business meeting will be at 11 at which the Frances Farney Circle will serve cake and coffee. Please bring a sandwich. All Highland Park women are invited. o-o-o-o-o RAINBOW ASSEMBLY Highland...
Engaged [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo CM* •chi of Highland Pork announce the engagement of their 'daughter, Sarah, to Leonard Christopher Klosowski, son of Mrs. Sophie Klosowski and the late Mr, Thomas Klosowskl, of Mt, - Pleasant, Mich. The brideelect Is a graduate of Franklin High School. Her fiance k employed with a credit card corporation. No date has been set for the wedding. -|j
Couple fete fifty-ninth anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
Couple fete fifty-ninth anniversary. Stella and William H. Sherman remember Los Angeles when it was Just a sleepy little village and have noted j with interest its growth into one of the largest cities in the world. Last Sunday they celebrated a great milestone of their own when friends and relatives gathered to help them observe their 59th wedding anniversary at the home of their daughter, Wilda Hart, 1279 Upton PI. Stella came to Los Angeles when just an infant of three months. A graduate of Los Angeles High School, she worked for a short time for Pacific Electric before her marriage. 4 Bill came to the west coast when he was just seven years of age and grew up in Los , Angeles, first working for the Edison Co. and later establishing his own law office in •partnership with former Judge Carl Stutzman. He belonged to the old Signal Corps and recalls many experiences in parades set up for visiting presidents. The couple, who have lived 35 of their married years in the Eagle Rock area...
Many honored guesU , Hawaiian greeting for OES officers [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
Many honored guesU , Hawaiian greeting for OES officers Eagle Rock Chapter 313 honored their worthy matron Florence Heyer and worthy patron Gould Heyer in an Hawaiian atmopchere. Hazel Hiney, past matron of Eagle Rock Chapter, hostess for the evening, welcomed members and friends. Margaret Dillingham, worthy matron of Reseda Chapter and Jerry Weiner, worthy patron of Home Chapter presided over a portion of the meeting. Sixteen visiting 'matrons and 12 visiting patrons were present. Tribute was paid to nine past matrons and one past patron of Eagle Rock Chapter. Gifts were presented to the worthy matron and patron by Bertha Larson, matron of Glen Eyre Chapter and Helen Kennedy, associate matron, and A 1 Henderson associate patron of Eagle Rock Chapter. I Among the ' introductions were Maxine Myers, grand deputy, 66th District, State of California, Ordier of Eastern Star; Hazel Hiney, past matron, Eagle Rock Chapter 1960 and Rutfei Smith 19BT Reseda Chapter who served Grand Chaptert. ...
Off for fhe Orient [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
Off for fhe Orient Mitt Carol Matheson (seated third from left!) will leave for Japan this week-end where tho’ll tpend 'tome time with well known Japanetc familiet and vitit an torphanage. On her left it Donna Loring, who will accompany her. Mitt Matheton, an Eagle Rock and Lot Angelet State graduate, it now teaching kindergarten in Altadena. She wat Homecoming Queen and County Fire Department Queen during her college yeart. Withing her bon voyage are Judi Schenz French (lower left) flnd Marilyn Heilman Cox (right). In the back row are Deanna Daggon, Sylvia Bplander, Carole Dwyer and Sharon Gould.
Griffith Council Installs [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
Griffith Council Installs The last Griffith Council meeting of this semester was held at Jike’s Verdugo Oaks restaurant featuring the installation of the officers for the 1964-65 year with Mrs. Manuel Snider as president. Installing officer was Mrs. Winston Clare of the California Congress of PTA. Mrs. Clare was honored at the meeting by being presented with a National Honorary Life Membership, for long and outstanding work in the PTA. Attending the meeting from Wilson PTA were Mmes. B. R. Bacoiv. Walter Langtimm, Donald Frye, David Rodrigues, Bari Casebeer, C. R. Diaz, Doris Taylor Mary Henderson, Lucy Najera, Grace Tigner and Hope Coin, Wilson High girls vice principal, who gave the invocation before lunch. Wilson PTA received certificates for selling PTA magazines, in communications, membership, parent education and overall achievements.
Hawaii calls Sierra Council [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
Hawaii calls Sierra Council By Mr*. Carl Hansen Muu Muus were in style for those attending the installation and final meeting of La Sierra Council last Tuesday, June 9 at Rose Hills playground. The theme was Hawaiian with walls and tables decorated In the Hawaiian theme. As each person arrived they were presented with a lei, which the president, Mrs. Elmer Martin, had made. Special guests were Dr. Ralph Lanz, superintendent of the East District of the Board of Education. The Rev. Henry Kringel, Mrs. J. B. Stoutimore of Tenth District, Mrs. Joe Yamaki and Mrs. Gen Kukomota of Atlantic Council, Mrs. Opal Warner of La Puente, a former council office holder. Presidents of the 10 local PTAs represented 13 Sereno, Farm dale, Glen Alta, Gravois, Griffin Ave, Huntington Dr., Multnomah, Sierra Park, Sierra Vista and Gates Street Mrs. Kenneth Cass introduced Mmes. Frank Acosta, Nick Contreras, David Bocanegra, Dorothy Haro, Elinore Kals, Doyle Harris Jr. Francis Garcia, Lillian Molina, Carl H...
DAR gives thimble and spoon [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 18 June 1964
DAR gives thimble and spoon Maria Delgado and Rebecca Zazala, students at Irving Jr. High School, have been the recipients of DAR awards ■ on June 10, Award Day. The Spoon was given to Maria and the thimble to Rebecca, with Mrs. E. G. Johnston presenting the symbols. June 16 was Award Day at Eagle Rock High School when Mrs. Etta Erwin, representing DAR, gave the spoon to Susan Swayne and the thimble to Patty Terry. The girls and their mothers are to be guests at the Monday, June 15 meeting of San Rafael Hills Chapter, Eagle Rock Playground, Eagle Vista Avenue, in Eagle Rock.