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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
There's a Bonos of •et (Bargains a;* ■!l4- ' rtift'll? &gt;* ■ -A,:' v»‘ .. -*r it- ' ; - 5 * r-.i • i s PRICES EFFECTIVE Thursday through SUNDAY, APRIL 23-26 UPTON Soup Mix CmCKEN 2 PKSS. 29* APPLE TIME NOODLE DICED CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP MIX,IPKGS. lie APPLE PETER PAN EQ# 18-OZ.JAR 99 v v L - ii _1 „ . .7 ‘ jAPPLE SALK'i i 16-02. CAN Peanut Butter Honey Grahams Kraft Toppings .iS'ES 29* [Liquid Trend 49* Pancake Mix 39* Potatoes . PACIFIC 9B 1-LB. PKG. V 9 ORE-IDA FROZEN A H CRINKLE CUT. I-LB. PKG. HURRY... the “Market Basket—Your Friendly Stores” Game Ends May 2 cosh and merchandise prizes left. You still can be a $lOO winner. Get your free ticket at Market Basket. No purchase necessary. Enter the:.. “FRIENDLY STORES” SWEEPSTAKES WM A 1964 CHEVROLET STATION WMNH MINE $lOO WIHNEIISI ■; ■ &gt; eoT: 29* *-Ce.P*6.WMß*m T2-OZ. PKG. or «*!ga»»»i . NAN M.PE. CHUNK FRESH FRYING This Impale Station Wagon Is tally equipped—raring to go! Get your free ticket NOW at Market Baske...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Crf Cumberland or Gilbert MIS! hr location of store nearest you V.. Outdoor Eatin' Favorite VONS Mi OPPJE \l SURPRISE A IS YOU! COMING TO m POOL ACID 59 c Save 26c V 0 N S In Disposable Plastic Jug ULLON (REBi 88b) LEAN, TENDER, TASTY . .. EASTERN QUALITY HAMS DEEP SMOKED THE FARMER JOHN WESTERN WAY Full Shank HalfNO CENTER SLICES REMOVED Whole Haim 43&gt; Butt Portion avow. 43V Ham Slicos C S 98&gt; DAYLIGHT SAVING IS THE TIMI FOR OUTDOOR EATIN' FUNI PICNIC OR PATIO, HAM IS A GREAT FAVORITE... BAKED OR BARBECUED... SERVED HOT OR SLICED COLD. Farmer Fully Cooked . V jhk. ORANGE lIHCE Col-Fame, Frozen i* m COFFEE Premium Blend Ik CHUHK HEIHZ TUHA\ KETCHUP Star-Kist, Light Meat\#Richer, Goes Further SLICED BACOH 4# 1-LB. PKG. Gold Medal Flour Sioux Bee Honey Peanut Butter Van’s Enchiladas Sho-Curl Spray 3-LB. BAG CLOVER, SAGE OR ORANGE 12-OZ. JAR PETER PAN CREAMY OR CRUNCHY 18-OZ. JAR BEEF OR CHEESE FRESH OR FROZEN 8-OZ. PKG. OR SET LOTION REG. 99c SIZE 2-PKG PACK Doll...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
■ f • T'K - ■ , . ' • I ML :fc#f , &lt;*- r ' a \ * v ■ j m w$ m : 0? /J&amp; *l** ' SHOP WESSON—Qt. Jar AA * i -y 'r:-y' OSCAR MAYER SWIFT CORNED BEEF 12-ez. Can County Fair Frozen 0 4 - 3* i » ea DAILY DIET DOG FOOD 16P1 produce specials $ SNO-WHITE KULANA PAPAYA PEARL HARBOR GUAVA NECTAR 0 Heads R SWEET JUICY COACHELLA RUBY RED c o * ? FISHER Tender Medium Size c •V W • w ' 0 mhi 2%-lb k Pkg. C Medium Red Velvet X V / c Folgar's ( COFFEE 3-R&gt;. Can • ••«• 6 * $027 2 * ’•% i f Fancy D Anjou € THRILL MEAT SPECIALS I 'V'-. WILSON'S CORN KING BACOW Eastern Corn Fed Shoulder FARMER JOHN FRESH WELL TRIMMED BEEF TOUCHE KRAFTS MONTEREY Z/*. . LINDSLEY MEDIUM PITTED 0 OLIVES Can Oscar MCP FrufF—46-ox. Can M for GIANT SIZE .' ''.T..v V'N--v.«. j - r - Lody’» Choka Strawberry f f •« '■f . Irtw't* • 1 v t ’ .4f :■ •' .Y . . 1 ; " &amp;■ «l,* * .-I.- '» . , Mi ...t TUNA ft Sbr ««&gt;«.«. SPAM 12-oz. • ■ ’ . r&lt;v ‘ IVOfY SNOW Pint Mu «»&a...
'Dollars for Scholars' [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
'Dollars for Scholars' Editorials A positive approach toward helping students improve their understanding of academic subjects will be taken in northeast Los Angeles this summer at Lincoln High School, if the current "Dollars for “Sdiolars” campaign to raise $5OO is successful. The $5OO is needed to implement a free tutoring program for El Sereno, Lincoln Heights, and Highland Park students attending summer school at Lincoln High, where college-age students will offer assistance in all academic subjects to any student desiring help. The money (which will be matched by a similar sum from the board of education) is needed to set up an efficient administrative and clerical .staff geared to the task of operating the tutoring program. Positive results of such a tutoring service have already been seen at the LA. Times Boys’ Club, where such a program has been in existence since last September. Students who have taken advantage of the opportunity to get help with their homework at the Boys...
After 400 years [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
After 400 years Today the world pauses to observe the 400 th anniversary of the birth of William Shakespeare. After the passing of four centuries, the writings Of Shakespeare are still a keystone in the arch of mankind’s love for truth and beauty. We are still amazed that the mind of one man could be so many-faceted and encompass such profound wisdom and keen insight into the devious wells of human behavior. Although four hundred years have brought farreaching changes in English style and expression, the majestic cadence of Shakespeare’s prose has lost none of its pristine beauty, and his sage sayings and incomparable imagery still cling to the lips of men and women beset by the problems of today’s world.
AFTER HOURS -—* ft* Red Chinese propaganda [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
AFTER HOURS -—* ft* Red Chinese propaganda TAIPEI. TAIWAN By balloons, floating objects and through spies. Red China is conducting the most massive propaganda leaflet campaign since occupation of the mainland in 1949. The offshore islands of Formosa are daily barraged with printed propaganda delivered in every imaginable conveyance, from various sized balloons, to drifting and mechanized floating containers loaded with unprintable epithets, falsehoods and exaggerations, intended to poison the minds of overseas Chinese regarding the U.S. We selected one of the mildest propaganda stories by the Peking Review leaflets floated to Quemoy, so our readers can be informed of the fanatical propaganda drive going on around the clock direct from Red China. PEKING PROPAGANDA SPEAKS . . . ..“Typical of the much-adver-tised “American Way of Life” are the captains of crime in the United States. They are organized into combines, syndicates and monopolies, and their power is spread far and wide. ‘Ty...
LAW IN ACTION [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
LAW IN ACTION SUITS BETWEEN HUSBAND AND WIFE In the early (lays women, particularly married ones, did not have the same rights as men. They could not own I -property, make contracts, or sue in their own name. M a r- -■ —- ried women did not have a separate legal existence from the husband. Toda#, particularly under our community property laws, a wife may have some legal powers which are greater than her husband's. She can own property, cue, make contracts, etc. Her separate existence is legally recognized. The wife can even sue her husband to protect her property rights. She is freed from her husband’s control of her property. She can sue her husband for recovery oi property that belonged to her, sue for fraud or other abuses to her property rights. Under the community laws each spouse owns one-half of the community property. For many years the laws did not allow a wife to sue her husband for any personal injuries he might have infiicted upon her. Partly because of the old common la...
ii ■ i AFFAIRS OF STATE . i [lmpact told in vote delay [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
ii ■ i AFFAIRS OF STATE . i [lmpact told in vote delay Sacramento (CVS) The full Impact of moving back tha vote of the people on a school building loan bond is* sue from June to November was brought out st the most' recent meeting of the state allocations board. By now, even most Democrats admit the delay from the June to November ballot was occasioned by politics, rather than the welfare of the school children. Had the school bond issue gone on the June ballot, as intended originally, it also would have forced the initiative to repeal the Rumford housing, act to be voted on in June. The administration felt more time was needed to mount a campaign against the repealer. FLOOR VOTE At first, administration forces in the legislature belittled the harm which would be done to the school building aid program by delaying the vote. But. when the bill for the bond issue. ABI2O by Assemblyman Charles B. Garrigus, D-Reedley, finally came to a floor vote in the assembly (it passed 59-1) Democra...
HOW ABOUT nun —— ’ t?i vt4- i f- . 77?e Rubber Band [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
HOW ABOUT nun —— ’ t?i vt4- i f- . 77?e Rubber Band §y WIIFWD DEUQUESI TODAY'S ETE-OPENEK: A ill—wit to a court of lot raw* to aa ippesl to the brooding spirit of the tew. to the toOilhgißCi of i future day, whoa s Utor dattoton —ay yustolj correct the error Into which the AMNto (edge believe# the court to have boon betrayed, » •. ,o, a Oi . A DANGEROUS IMPLICATION: Law* are mede by court declilon* u well aa by togtslatum, for it-to Judicial interpretlon that clarifle# the meaning of laws and [defines their application to specific cases. There has been widespread dissatisfaction md even indignation with meant court ruing# that redefine the concept of eminent domain, legalising the expropriation of priate property for public use. The Chaves Ravine ease permitted the taking of private property for the benefit of a privately owned baseball dub for commercial exploitation. The recent Anthony case permitted the taking of private property (or the building of a museum to be operated by a p...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
| DO YOU KNOW? How many persons surged the Custer Massacre in 18767 gusty wpnitei 2. When did an invading burn the Capitol of the ited States? 7. What woman doctor wore men’s clothing and was a spy for the Union during the Civil War? 1 Where was an attempt made to assassinate George Washington? ANSWERS 1. There were no survivors. 4. What famous American document - was published in 1823? *. In 1814, a British army burned the public buildings In Washington, D.C. 8. At Fraonoe’s Tavern, New Tort Olty. . K. Where was Lincoln nominated for the presidency in 1860? V! ' 4. The Monroe Doctrine. 6. Which foreign nation first recognized the United States? 8. In Chicago at the Republican national convention. JJ «. France, in 1178. 7. Dr. Mary Walker. Strange As It Seems jm Cfs CAUSE FOREST ms/ MIX TREES WHICH, «**Wsi awsffl,/ THE BLUE PUMPS 0 TONS Of BLOOD/ JWEMIY-FWE 'fmS ABO, 26.1939* DR. JOHN R. DUMNIU6, Professor of Ffjpia ■ *f Cofiitnhie l/nivar., wrote, 'Biiieys we Hwe oesenw a mv PHiuoM...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
HOW TO ADDRESS OUR LAW MAKERS (PEDERAL) Rap, Qlanard P,, Lipscomb KWh Dlatrlet), Houaa Offlc* dg., Washington 26. D.C. (Diet. offica. 1934 Huntington Drive. South Pasadena). Rap. Qaorga K. Brown Jr, (29th District). Ho„. _ Montarsy Bark. Calif.). (STATE) San. Thomas M. Reas (ISM District), State Capitol, Sacraments, 14, (Diet. Office, 217 W. Ist St„ Rm. 111. Lea Angelas 12). (Home, 1473 Way newest Dr* Los Anoslss). Assemblyman Qaorga Danielson (4Sth District), State Capitol, Aacramanto 14. (Diet, office, MIS Daly at.. Los Angelas 11. Phone 223-1111.) Assemblyman John L. B. •■Bud" Collier (S4th District) State Capitol. Sacramento 14. (Diet. Office, 1109 Pair Oaks Ave„ South Pasadena). NOTE: Personal opinion messages on any State or National issue may be sent to your State or Federal representative by Western Union, S8 cento for 16 words. Per Information contact the Western Union office.
ANN LANDERS No...don't pick teeth at table Answers your problomt [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
ANN LANDERS No...don't pick teeth at table Answers your problomt Dmt Ann Landers: Recently a letter signed ‘Test Tense” appeared in your column. The writer asked, "Am I wrong, or is it the height of bad manners to use a toothpick at the table? Shouldn't the gentleman have excused himself?” Your reply begged the question. You gave the woman the impression that her escort’s bad manners were acceptable and she wound up looking stupid. 1 have a 13&gt;year-old daughter who reads your column regularly and respects your advice. Will you please address yourself to the woman's question? CONNECTICUT YANKEE ANN'S REPLY I Dear Yankee; Approximately 800 people wrote the same complaint. Half of the letters eame from Boston and the other half oamo from Maine. Oanneottont and Rhode Islaade With all these fine schools la New England how eomo yen people can’t read? I said in plain Enghsh. "It is Indeed poor manners to use n toothpick at the table. The man should hare excnsed I did NOT mean th...
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain Now York, N. Y. (Special) - For Um Ant time science hat found a now healing aubitance with the astonishing ability^ to •brink hemorrhoids, stop ing, and relieve pain - without surgery. In on* hamorrhoid ease after another," vary striking improvement” wae reported an W vat »• n#d hj a doctor's obscrrstions. Pain wae raiiavad promptly. And, whila gently relieving pain, actual reduction or retraction (shrinking) took place. ' And meet mmmSmg of all - thie improvement wae maintained in eaeee where a doctor’* observation* wore continued Over a period of awny month* I In fact, raenlta ware ao thorrfh that sufferers were able mate such astonishing statements a* “Piles have ceased to be a problem I" And among these sufferers were a very wide variety of htmorrfaoid conditions, some of 10 to 20 yoar*’ standing. All this, without the use of narootles, anesthetics or astringents of any land. The secret is * new healing subst...