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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
'57 Font V-| WAGON Automatic. radio and haatcc. $25 Down J7SOWISK on apprerad arcdlt ' Ben Alexander Ford 9014 N. Figueroa CL 6-8293 FORD ’ss—Cuatom 4 door sort an, Kxodleint condition. J2»S. LEAVING TOWN. kpgffßMX.! OUteWld FORD *• CuatamUaa. I dooi ■tick. Overdrive. radio, heat or. 1110. Owner. CU after 4. all day Bat.. FORD Fatrlana UO '♦T A-l
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Only The Northeast Classified Gives Complete Coverage of This Big $ 38,Q00,000 Car Market! Autos, Now and Used 70 ADS IN THIS CLASSIFICATION PAYABLE CASH WITH COPT N#w and U#ed 70 Autos, Now and Usod 70 *P. S . L* - T . Hlt -9^ ,SIFICATION WYAW CASH WITH COPY ADS IN THIS CLASSIFICATION PAYABLE CASH WITH COPY M •&gt; ]• BEN ANNOUNCES ITS ANNUAL DRASTIC 70 * •• ■■ - - - KJA f »h.\v kriTf 2 if..-• -. :■■■ TAX E NEW AND ‘64 EXECUTIVE CARS MUST BE SOLD IN NEXT 72 HOURS REGARDLESS OF PROFIT OR LOSS!!! /■ **« The 1965 Mustang Is Here Now! FRFFI Win a new Mustang by coming in I fill. and filling out a card for the drawing. No obligation. Anyone can win. (Must Be 21 Years Or Over) ‘64 GALAXIE 500 2 DOOR HARDTOP Skylight blue, 390 cu. in engine, 750x14 white wall tires. Cruisomatic. power brakes, power steering, push button transistor radio, tinted windshield, padded dash and visors, remote control outside mirror, full wheel covers. $26 5 0 (Plus Tax and License Transfer) JFA-437, Sto...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
'62 RAMBLER 4 Door Ambassador Automatic, radio, heater, power ateerlnr, factory air conditioning. Price $1899 $99 Delivers On approved credit. Caustin &amp; Sons LINCOLN-MERCURY DLR. 2 Glendale Locations 600 B. COLORADO BLVD. CORNER COLORADO 'ANft BRAND a 2-1106 CH 5-9231 '6O Studebaker 2 DOOR LARK Standard ahift, radio heater. Sharp. $499 Ben Alexander Ford 5014 N. Figueroa CL 6-8293 Yolkswagens Immediate Delivery ’64 MODELS Also 1500, Variants, Wagons, Sedans, Sunroofs, Campers WR TAKE TRADES BANK FINANCING 1 YEAR GUARANTEE H. F. GERHARDT 1001 8. BRAND, GLENDALE Cl. 3-9281. Clo.ed Sun. Buy with confidence. 19 years same location. VOLKSWAGEN *«2 Sun Roof. New white *alla and seat covera. Roof rack. $l4OO. CL. t&gt;loB* ’59 VW Convertible REAL VALUE Price $995 Cbntury Motor Sales "Authorised VW and Poracha Sale, and Service” IMS W. Main, Alh. AT 43211 imw. Main. AH.. A3L4T FOR IN 154-6111
Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Truck Salt 70A CHEVROLET ’»1 14 ton. Good condition. Hu 4 new 6 CA. 1-4174 ADS IN THIS CLASSIFICATION PAYASLE CASH WITH COPY Ply tire «m. CHEVROLET •«» Pick-up. 14 Ton. 8 Ft. bed. A-l tiree, rood motor. (500. 6854 No. Figueroa. CL. 4-1600 FORD ’4B Pick-up. ■*« built motor. CA. 6-3607 FORD ’6O V-8 li-Ton Pick-up Equipped. 4 ft. bed, 1991. CL T-IIIS Autos, Wanted 71 WE Pay Top Dollar For Good Running CLEAN CARS PICK-UP TRUCKS MUTUAL Auto Sales u 6410 N. Figueroa CL. 6-6106 ANY CAR WANT®" FOR JUNK OR FARTS Best prices. CA 5-5721 All Autos Wanted ??c R K p am R sgf 1 Best sss CA. 2-6115 Autos wanted tor parts 1941 to ISM. ST. T-FIFI CASH FOR CARS California Ford Cl. Mill CH. MTM CASH FOR CARS Mel Lewie Ford ST S-7107 ST S-TS4L TOP PRICES for Cars RUNNING OR NOT NEED ’49-'6i Chevrolet Fords. Plymouth. CA. B»fo2&gt; Volkswagens Wanted Top ceeh for cl F. Gerhardi Blvd.. Oil ’ w * wi»wa« h for claaa cars. H. ardt. 1441 S. Brand Hendale. CH. 6-1441 Motorcycles 72 AND SCOOTERS ADS IN ...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
reside Today’s Star ! Ann Londert .... 20 Editorial 19 OewWM '••• 45*32 Nite Out 7 Dr. Sleincrohn ... IS Serial World .... 10 SfNNfff 29 ■ * ■ . • ■■ v 1 El Sereno Star 8 Sereno Wort Alhambra . . Hillside Village Emery Pork Rose Hills 13th YEAR- -NO. 17 4932 HUNTINGTON DRIVE, SOUTH LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA—THURSDAY. APRIL 23. 1964 PHONE 234-3111 32 PAGES 10 CENT!
Need fundsl for summer school plan [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Need funds l for summer school plan A unique opportunity for northeast area summer school students to receive free tutoring help at Lincoln High School will be made available this year If the recently organized "Dollars for Scholars” project reaches a goal of sooo. Lincoln High School is offer--1"* summer session classes for I students from the Highland . Park, El Sereno, and Lincoln ' Heights communities, with the tutoring added to the program If, the public gets behind the project to raise $5OO. NEED MOKE FUNDS Funds raised through donations from local communities will enable Lincoln High School to set Up an efficient administrative and clerical staff geared to the task of operating a larger time summer tutoring program. Principal George ingles reported yesterday that donations to date are nearing $lOO, with $4OO still needed. If the tutoring project becomes a. reality, volunteer students from various major colleges and universities will meet during the summer in regularly schedul...
'Open houses' Schools Week [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
'Open houses' Schools Week Public schools week will be celebs ted today at El Sereno schools throughout the area, with various open ’house ceremonies and activities scheduled for parents end students. Open houses are set at three local elementary schools tonight from 7 to 9 p.m. they are El Sereno Elementary School, 4947 Novgorod St;;' Huntington Drive, 4435 N. Huntington Dr.; Multnomah School, 2101 N. Indiana Ave.; Farmdale, 2660 rithian. Sierra Park School will have open h°use next Tuesday, Aprtl 33, from 7 to 9 pun.
She's beautiful... and she's all mine!' [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
She's beautiful ... and she's all mine!' • It was "love at first sight" for little Carmen Garcia and her pretty doll, but she had to make 21 trips to return borrowed lays (promptly and in good condition) before she could "adopt" this one at the El Sereno library Toy Loan Auxiliary of the Assistance 1 league headed by chairman Mrs. George Marston of Beverly Hills. Carmen got her dolly at the Auxiliary's first awards party at the library. Little boys are eligible for basketballs, baseball mitts and ether toys. The children are also taken en but trips, beechparties end to childrens' theatre plays. I ****“*“"*‘* f ****■■ * * * * ■_ 1 -
Freeway fighters rally Adopt motto: Go for Green' [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Freeway fighters rally Adopt motto: Go for Green' The “Go for the Green Route” campaign being conducted by the El Sereno Citizens Freeway Committee has picked up considerable momentum as over 75 El Sereno merchants are now displaying petitions favoring the green route (eastern route) as the extension to the Long Beach Freeway, according to Charles Ornelas, spokesman for the committee. 1 “The signatures are coming 5 in at a fast rate,’ ’he said. . “The overwhelming backing . given this campaign by the businessmen, property owners and ” residents of Ei Sereno. is based 3 on the strong feeling that a ■ “switch” to the blue route ■ (western route) would result' in - undue hardship to our commuI nity. EI Sereno has already lost ; many fine citizens who were ac- . tive in community affairs but . who felt compelled to start „ life anew somewhere else rather than continue living on the adopted route from Valley Blvd. to Huntington Drive,” Ornelas said. "business activity along this route ha...
Wilson seniors honored on Boys' Week [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Wilson seniors honored on Boys' Week Five Wilson High School seniors to date will take the spotlight with some 5000 other Southern California young men April 26-May 2, when citizens of the community honor them with the 42nd annual observance of Boys’ Week in Los Angeles. According to the Los Angeles City Schools, it is possible that more boys may be added to Use annual observance program. Wilsonites who have thus far been selected for government positions and the places they will take include Jim Commeford, 5506 Allan 3t„ Deputy Chief-Commander,. Bureau of Corrections, Police Dept; Job Norman Halting, 2619 Lombardy Blvd., Director, Bureau of Sanitation; - Frank Miyamura, 5064 Kimball Aw„ V. S. Marshall, Southern District of California; Jess Trevino 48(8 Carnegie St., Councilman, 13th lIT .. .. vnu District; and Egon Van Den Berg, 3319 LoweH Ave., Judge of Superior Court The week-long celebration, centered around the theme "Building Better Boys,” will open on Sunday, April 36, with s...
Big Saturday night , ■> * dance in Legion Hall Kiwanis event to raise funds for July parade [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Big Saturday night , \ ■&gt; * dance in Legion Hall Kiwanis event to raise funds for July parade The “Spirit of ’76” can be seen a little early in El Sereno this year as the community prepares for a big Kiwanis sponsored dance Saturday night to raise funds for the annual Fourth at July Parade. The conducted by thb Valley Portal Klwani* dob, will be at American Legion Hall, 3355 N. Eastern Ave* starting at 8:30 pm. AO pen* ceeds from the affair will go to pay expenses for the panda Assemblyman George E. Danielson win officiate at the bon* or ceremony crowning the 1M "Mr. and Miss El Serena" to be held during the dance. The two young people cheese this year from Wilson High School as “Mr. and Miss El Sereno." Stephen Rustlike and Antoinette Diehlrico, win bo sworn in for the year U6i--1965. Danielson, looking forward to the ceremony, said: “I can think of no activity that can take me from the . ceremony that wiU crown them two your* people as lankum la celebrating the IndMjate...
Car Crash TV actor killed In El Sereno [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Car Crash TV actor killed In El Sereno Television actor Mario I G. Siletti, 60, was killed in i a traffic collision Sunday 1 night near the intersection of Poplar Ave. and Huntington Drive in EI Sereno. Driver of the other car was Jailed on a felony manslaughter charge. Siletti was a veteran character actor who recently appeared on the “Hazel” show. Four others were injured including the actor’s pregnant wife. Yolanda, 49, of 3923 Stockbridge Ave. Booked at Central Jail was Charles L. Houston, 25, of the West Hotel, Alhambra. OTHERS INJURED In another accident, El Se- ' reno residents Servirno Acquits, 26. of 4131 Van Hdrne St. and his five-year-old son, Joel, were injured when Arquita’s truck collided with a car. Injured also were Mrs. Monette H. Stewart, 45. of Vena St, drivßr ot the car, and another passenger. Molly E. Francis, 23. t* the same address.
I" "1..,I « * Royal Savings ■. ** r New local association ; is open for business [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
I" "1..,I « * Royal Savings ■. ** r New local association ; is open for business ■ - It’i official! Royal Savings The Federal Savings and - and Loan Association, locally Loan Insurance Corporation, a a owned and managed. Is now government agency, has grantopen for business. Ed the new association insurance to $lO,OOO oh all accounts. Royal occupies its own ultra modern building at 4887 Huntington Dr., El Sere no. The board of directors invites the public to be charter savers with Royal, "a vigorous, conservatively managed new association that promises to keep step with the highest prevailing rate of interest.” Royal Savings and Loan pays 4.85% current annual rate, compounded quarterly. Funds received by the 10th, earn from the first. Services of the association include Safety Deposit Boxes, with free boxes for account holders of $2500 or more. The Sales Escrow department is also now open for transactions. COMMUNITY ROOM As a service to the community, Royal Savings offers a community...
ES Y-Teens plans Friday ; night dance [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
ES Y-Teens plans Friday ; night dance The Y-Teens of the Mid-City Center YWCA ere sponsoring e band dance featuring the Medallions. Friday, April 34 from 8 p.m. to midnight at the El Sere no American Legion HaU. June Kanda, president of the Coquettes says that this dance promises to be the biggest and best ever staged by the club. Tickets may be purchased from members of the club, or at the American Legion, Friday beginning at 7:30 pm. For further information call DU 3-1113 and ask far Ann Petett . .. j
Local girl on award winning newspaper staff [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Local girl on award winning newspaper staff JSgiTTSJs. wa*m»ng several staff nans, bars of the East U» hngatm College newspaperese* m pus News to be ImoMW weak when the publication received another First Class Honor rating from the Associated Collegiate Prasa. The Campus News, which has won U All-American rat- than First Class by the ACP which is sponsored by «he University of Minnesota. The college was awarded superior ratings in editorial page features end in photography. Cited as excellent were the newspaper’s news coverage, creativeness, sports coverage and sports display. Ratings are a comparison of the •college paper with others in Its own classification throughout the nation. Mist Feldman la a page editor on the Campus News.
Pat Alexander named delegate to Y conference [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Pat Alexander named delegate to Y conference Pat Alexander, a senior at Wilson High School and vice president of the El Sennettes Y-Teens, has been chosen aa one of three Y-Teens to represent the more than 500 YWCA Teen-agers at their National Convention, April 30-25 in Cleveland, Ohio. Pat, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Alexander, has been active in the YWCA since seventh grade. Dr. Donald Newman and members of the El Sereno Coordinating Council helped make it possible for Pat to attend the convention. WISHFUL THINKING Most men will tell you they are worth more than they get —only a few set out to prove it THE PAY-OFF Time may be money, but it's work and production of goods that gives it exchange value. PAT ALEXANDER