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YOUR PHARMACIST, [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
YOUR PHARMACIST, By “Jerry" Schneider, R.Ph. Barbiturates the synthetic lullabies were first made in 1903 by Dr. Josef von Hering, physiologist at the Uhiversity of Halle. Perhaps 2,500 or more different varieties have been made at one time or another although the number in use today is about 50 of the "-al” ending sleep inducers such as amytal, barbital, luminal and nembutal. Although barbiturates produce a dreamless, restful sleep, some people are allergic to the "-al” preparations and, further, because they tend to interfere with the normal chemistry of nerve cells, it Is understandable why they are told legally only when prescribed. Which reminds us wideawake folks will discover a prompt prescription service at POBTOLA PHARMACY, 8014 Huntington Dr. Try it Phone OA 5-4171. THIS WEEK’S HOUSEHOLD HINT: When watering household plants, try adding a small amount of milk each week, particularly when the weather It cold.
State College ceramics sale continues today [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
State College ceramics sale continues today Jars, vases, cups, some sculpture pieces and a large variety of vessels have been put on the “block" by the ceramics students of California State College at Los Angeles. The sale continues today 9 a.m. to 9 pan. in the Fine Arts gallery annex and patio and offers an excellent opportunity to acquire both practical and collectors items from talented artitts. The Mle, an independent project with the content ot the faculty, it without precedent at Cal State and ia an attempt on the part of the art students to leam tint hand the value of ditplay and merchandising. Resident* of the San Gabriel Valley in particular will find it invigorating to exchange ideaa with theae young artiata, many of them reeidenta of the San Gabriel Valley area. The opportunity to gain a "masterpiece” of acme yet undiscovered “Michelangelo” is unlimited. Much of whet ia on display will represent days and in some cases, such as with the sculptured pieces, weeks of concent...
New training programs due at ELAC [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
New training programs due at ELAC To help meet the increasing demand for technical illustrators the Engineering end Art dpartments of East Los Angeles College have added a new training program. The Technical illustration curriculum adopted by the college will prepare graduates for positions with starting salaries ranging generally from $450 to $4BO per month on graduation. Some firms will pay as high, as $6OO to start The curriculum as developed and adopted by the college will include are courses ax well as courses in enginering and drafting and one course in photography. It was made a part of the school offering after an advisory committee meeting of school officials and five representatives from industry. The Curriculum will be put into operation in September, 1964, Students registering for the course should have some talent in art, as much ot the work of a technical Illustrator is in freehand, drawing, and coloring.
Los AngeUs Poll Most people have never seen horse race [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Los AngeUs Poll Most people have never seen horse race By The John B. Knight Co. More than two-thirds of the people living in the Greater Los Angeles area have never gone to a thoroughbred horse race at either Hollywood Park or Santa Anita. This was the somewhat surprising revelation that resulted from a sampling of public opinion by the John B. Knight Company. It was also disclosed that a few more people have gone to Hollywood Park than have gone to Santa Anita. Whether the location of the two tracks had anything to do with this was not shown, FAMOUS PARKS Whether any of those who have never gone to either of the famous parks transacted any business with bookmakers was, for fairly obvious reasons, also not known. The natural, but possibly not wholly accurate, inference from the responses is that the race tracks, at least in Southern California, attract mainly the so-called sporting element. The r*ce« here have not quite achieved the social status which some of them have in some Eas...
City schools plan student transfer next Fall [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
City schools plan student transfer next Fall Gravois Avenue School, 5400 Gravois Ave., will have 30 spaces available for out-of-neigh-borhood transfers next fall, Superintendent of Schools Jack P. Crowther announced last week. Applications for the permits at the school were being accepted Wednesday, April 15, Crowther said, and will be taken until Tuesday, April 28. The transfer of students from their “home” elementary school to one outside the immediate neighborhood can' be accomplished by securing a permit to a school where space is .available, Crowther said. r. Seventy-five Los Angefes elementary schools are issuing out some 36Q0 permits, he said. Permits will be granted on a "first come, first served” basis. The transfers would be effective beginning with the start of the fall semester on Monday, Sept 14. Permits will be granteMrdy to those schools classified as “open” elementary schools: that is, schools that have two or more vacant classrooms. Only, a specified number of stude...
Summer baseball league sign-ups [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Summer baseball league sign-ups Summer Municipal Baseball League registration continues this week at recreation centers operated by the Los Angeles City Recreation and Parks Department. Teams may enter either the Competitive or Open League classification, according to Tom Murphy, senior director of the Department’s Municipal Sports Division. Leagues will begin June. 7, Murphy said. Each team will play 10 games in a double round robin schedule. Further information may he obtalried' by- calling Murphy at 245-7561., Station 203 before 1 p.m., or VErmont 8-1361 after 1:30 p.m.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
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' Choosing A Career Today's youth faces more than $O,OOO choices of ways of making a living [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
' Choosing A Career Today's youth faces more than $O,OOO choices of ways of making a living By Dr. Leonard Steinberg Counselor and Assistant Professor of Education California State College at Los Angeles Eight hours a day for 40 or 50 years! That is a long time, but it represents the time you will probably work at your vocation. It is easy to see that your vocational choice It one of the most important decisions you will ever make. With over 30 thousand different ways to make a living in this country planning one’s future can become a bewildering task. Students who seek counseling &gt;re not confined to persons with ligh grades or low grades, nor to young people who, at any point in their education, may have doubts about their present course of study, or uncertainty about later plans. They may be like one of the persons described below: The Outstanding Student: The versatile student who stands near the head of his class, “who could make good at anything,” often is in need of...
Farmdale open house is tonight [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Farmdale open house is tonight Farmdale School Is holding i "open house," from 7 to 9 p.m., commemorating Public Schools i Week tonight. An Invitation i is being extended to the fam- ] ilies of Farmdale students. Re- i freshments of coffee, punch and cookies will be served by i the PTA. I At the Farmdale PTA meet- ' ing held April 21, the follow- &lt; ing officers were elected; Mrs. I Alfonso Salazar, president; Mrs. Henry Espinosa, first vice 1 president; Mrs. Margaret * Johnston, second vice president; Mrs. BUI German, recording secretary; Mrs. Gene Fischer, corresponding secre- ' tary; Mrs. Rodolfo Olivas, auditor; Mrs. David Ramirez, historian. They will be installed on ; May 19 and will assume their ' duties on July 1. Farmdalcs’ cookie drive 1 starts Friday. April 24. The cookies are sandwich creme fiU- 1 ed and sell for SO cents a pound box. Orders will be taken by the children from April 24, 28. Orders will be filled and sent home with the students on April 30. Proce...
local educator writes column on careers [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
local educator writes column on careers Appearing for the first time in today’s paper is the new column, “Choosing A Career," by Dr. Leonard J. Steinberg. Although the column is new, the problem of choosing a career is nothing new to Dr. Steinberg, an expert in his eld and a member of the faculty at the California State College in Los Angeles. Dr. Steinberg, whose ill-con-suming interest is finding new and betetr ways of helping teen-age high school and college students make wise career choices, seems not to have had this problem himself. Ever since graduating with a B.A. in psychology from Adeiphi College in 1950, he has been busy counseling students, doing graduate study in counseling and psychology, and teaching college students heading for careers in public school guidance and counseling. Dr. Steinberg, who first Joined the staff at Los Angeles State College in 1950, has divided his time between teaching classes In guidance and counseling for future public school . teachers and ...
Cancer's 'Three hUvskefeers [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Cancer's 'Three hUvskefeers Thre# "iwordunan" in the fight against cancer are television stars Robert Smith of "77 Sunset Strip" (left) and Glenn Corbet of "Route 66" with Pacific Southwest Airlines hostess Bemie Lamport, who at volunteers for the American Cancer Society benefit sightseeing flights leaving International Airport on Saturday, April 25, at I, 1:30, 2 and 2:30 p.m. PSA is donating the plane, crew and operating costs to the Society and the public donation of $5 will go directly to the American Cancer Society's Crusade for funds. Public reservations must be made by telephoning 672-8148. Corbet and Smith will be hosts for the four flights.