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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
'6l Ford * DOOR BBC AX Automatic. radio. heater, power stearin* and fhatery air condltlenln*. $25 Down $13.21 WEEK Ben Alexander Ford 5014 N. Figueroa CL 6-8293 FORD •» Automatic din, heater. V BO caeh or trade, par tn.lt par th and assume contract Call . Mr. Drier. (Auto Acceptance Division.) MO. MIU FORD . A u t a ma tie N Falriane Ht V-t, radio, heater. _Owne«^^. *s rmSurf'mir. 901 h»it&gt;r M*ny m mi Private party. White ’H.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Fastest Growing Classified Auto Section Because Record of Breaking Automobile Sales! Autos, New and Used 70 ADS IN THIS CLASSIFICATION - PAYAILI CASH WITH COPT Autos, New and Used 70 ADS IN THIS CLASSIFICATION PAYABLE CASH WITH COPY Autos, New and Used ADS IN THIS CLASSIFICATION FAYARLi CASI 70 WITH COPY •• 11 n VWn TOP sss TRADE-IN ON YOUR PRESENT CAR '64 Thunderbird Landau White- walls, safety convenience contact panel, power windows and seats, - Selectaire conditioner, AM-FM radio, with rear speaker, tinted glass, heavy duty battery, fender shields, etc. Stock No. B-317. Motor 4Y87Z117908 Was $5987 Fire Sale $4617 With Normal Down $93.32 Per Month in mi) CLASSIFICATION PAYABLE CASH WITH COPY ADS IN THIS CLASSIFICATION PAYABLI CASH WITH COPY WE ARE ON -FIRE SALE!'64 Falcon Futura Hardtop 260 engine, V-8, radio, heater, seat belts, 650 white walls, etc. Stock F-341. Motor 4R17F122757. Fleet manager's demo. . LOW MILES! Was $2595 Fire Sale $2153 With Normal Down $44.37 Per Month ’64...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
'55 Studebaker COMMANDER Fully equipped, extra clean. $25 Down $3.90 WEEK on approved credit Ben Alexander Ford 5014 N. Figueroa CL 64293 Volkswagens Immediate Delivery ’64 MODELS AISO 1500, Variants, Wagons, Sedans, Sunroofs, Campers WB TAKE TRADES bank financing 1 YEAR GUARANTEE H. F. GERHARDT 1001 S. BRAND, GLENDALE Ci. 3-1281. Closed Sun. Buy with confidence. 19 years same location. ’6l TR-3 ROADSTER REAL SHARPr Price $1495 Century Motor Sales “Authorised VW and Porsche Sales and Service" 1543 W. Main. Alh. AT 43211 1826 W. Main, Alh. AT 43241 VALIANT '61—200. 4 door. « speed floor box. Only 8650. 6007 Range view. CL. 7-1014 VOLKSWAGEN '6O SedanClean! New motor, low mileage, seat ’ belts. CA. 3-6308 Truck Soles 70A ADS IN THIS CIASSIFICATION PAY ABU CASH WITH COPY CHEVROLET '6l Vi ton. Good condition. Has 4 new 6 ply tires, IBTS. CA. 1-4174 CHEVROLET ’»6 Pick-up. %, Ton. 8 Ft. bed. A-l V ‘ 8500. - motor.' CL. 4-11 &amp; CHEVROLET '»4 H ton ( pick-up with Camper. &...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 23 April 1964
Autos, Wanted 71 WE Pay Top Dollar For Good Runninc PlcSyUP* TRUCKS ' MUTUAL Auto Sales 5420 N. Figueroa (X, 6-6106 ANY CAR WANTED FOR JUNK OB PARTS Best prices. CA 5-5721 All Autos Wanted FOB PARTS OR JUNK PICK UP—PAY CASK Best m CA. 2-6115 Autos wanted for mi u&gt; mi. ■sss - CAs: U&amp;iitua u&gt;* *■ vi u - ci. «-«&gt;n ch. t-m« CASK FOR CARS Mel Lewie Ford ST 8-7107 BT'*-7MI Junked Cars Hauled AWAY FREE OF CHARGE. AN. 3-BSIO TOP PRICES for Cars RUNNING OR NOT NEED 'll-'CB Chevrolet Forde, Plymouth. CA. 5-1033 Volkswagens Wanted Top cash for clean can. H. F. Gerhardt, 1001 S. Brand Bird.. Glendale. CH. (-34(1 WE PAT TOP DOLLAR FOR ANY CLEAN CAR Blrdaall Ford, Used Cars 1831 Colorado 81. Cly. 4-8(81 Motorcycles 72 AND SCOOTERS ADS IN THIS CLASSIFICATION PAVABLI CASH WITH COST HONDAS In Highland Parle All Model* Immediate Delivery. PRICED FROM 3345. ALSO USED—ALL MAKES ED'S CYCLE SHOP 6863 YORK BLVD. CL. 6-3581 HONDA SUPER CUB PRICES START AT TRIUMP...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
El Sereno Star Inside Today's Star Ann landefs 24 Nile Out • • 22 tkmiftod ...., 25-32 Social World .... 20 Dr. Stoincrohn .... 6 Sound Off ...... 12 Editorial ....... 23 Sports 10 ci ymrmno »«--« AII 1 msii wiramnra HiHfifU Vlikxw Emory Park Ron Hills 96 PAGES -NO. 18 15th YEAR— 4952 HUNTINGTON DRIVE, SOUTH LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA—THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1964 WONE 234-3111 10 CENTS
Blue Route' foes gather forces for hearing Assemblyman, Councilman oppose western freeway [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
Blue Route' foes gather forces for hearing Assemblyman, Councilman oppose western freeway Opponents of the western (blue) route of the Long Beach Freeway extension through E3 Sereno and Highland Park gained some political strength Tuesday when city councilman James H. Brown, Assemblyman George Danielson and district supervisor Ernest Debs added their voices to the anti-blue route forces. A public hearing on proposed freeway routes is scheduled for May 7 at 9:30 am at Pasadena Civic Auditorium, 300 &amp; Green St. Los Angeles City Councilman James Harfpy Brawn, who represents the El Sereno arpa, told the El Sereno Star Tuesday he has sent a letter to the State Division of Highways opposing the northerly extension of the Long Beach Freeway from Valley Blvd. using the suggested Blue route through El Serena BROWN ‘CONCERNED’ Brown, councilman for the 13th district, said he ia "concerned lor the residences and business in the El Sereno area” if the Blue route Is used rather than ...
South Pasadena group ~ Petition for Green Route [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
South Pasadena group ~ Petition for Green Route A delegation of South Pasadena residents supporting the Green or easterly route of the Long Beach Freeway last week presented a petition to the City Council requesting the Council to withdraw its support of the Blue or westerly route as detrimental to the best interests of the city. The Council was also asked to reverse its position at the public hearing which begins May 7 in Pasadena. i Gilbert Felnsteln, 2011 Hill ■ Dr., South Pasadena, chairman of the Go with the Green Route I Committee, pointed out to the ■ City Council that “on March i 13 the South Pasadena City Council passed a .resolution, [without prior notice to residents, in favor of the Blue route which would destroy the Arroyo Seep. There was no mention of the proposed action in the regular agenda printed in the community newspapers. No one who was in opposition was given a chance to appear on this highly important community issue.” COMMITTEE MEMBERS Feinstein’s committee i...
Students on display at school open house [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
Students on display at school open house DEADLY WEAPON 81 mm. mortiergun on display Wilson High School opon house during Public School. Wool It inspected by (from (eft) students Herbert Peulus, gunnfi in 3rd lnfantry, Co. C; Eileen Tsutohra, ♦utterglrlj and ROIC Cadet U. Robert Menhord. NEAT TRICK If* |u»t a matter of mind over matter, with • little help from the forces of gravity, for El Serene Elementary School student Mike Avila to get this series of scissors, corks, sticks and glasses to balance. Display was part ol open house exhibit during Schools Week. } THROWING A POT El Soreno Elemenfory School graduate, now at Wilson High, David Hernandez shows youngstors at school open heusa how to "throw a pot", how to wake a pet out of day. ’
Tutoring fund |is still climbing [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
Tutoring fund |is still climbing % , . . r v&gt; . \ Public spirited residents of El Sereno and Highland Park came to the support of the Lincoln Heights 5 tutoring program, “Dollars for Scholars,” this week, i as donations continued to climb slowly toward the $5OO , goal needed to make the project a reality. Major purpose of the tutoring project is simple: to provide free, personal help for ■ local high school students atI tending summer classes at LinI coin High this year. The perI tonalized help that they would * receive in the summer is something that is impossible for | students to get at the school during the regular semester with the large class sizes and the heavy workload of teachers. The tutors, all outstanding college students who will be donating, their time, wiU be available to help students on an individual basis.. They wiU help ail youngsters requesting aid With homework in academic subjects, including math, English, foreign language. Funds donated by local res...
Jess Trevino named councilman for Boys Day [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
Jess Trevino named councilman for Boys Day l CCNA Jess Trevino, 18. a I senior from Wilson High School I was the acting city councilman I last Tuesday representing El I Sereno with the help of CounI oilman James Harvey Brown. I Introducing his acting counf oilman. Brown said young Tre- ; vino planned to become a teaI cher at the college level and to - do research. Trevino, who lives at 4803 Carnegie St., is officer of four organizations at Wilson High and a member of four other ; groups. | He is president of Boys’ Federation, the Spanish Chib, Sing s Out Chib, and vice president of the Key Club. He is also a member of the French Club, the California Scholarship Federation, the Explorer Scouts and the Church Yduth Club.
Beafle-mania strikes local teenage girls [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
Beafle-mania strikes local teenage girls Girls from Woodrow Wilson High School are seeking S.000 signs tines to form a welcoming committee for the '‘Beatles" when they appear Aug. 2S at the Hollywood Bowl. They would lllfto to present a scroll with all the signatures. Anyone Interested may send their name and address to Miss Carole Rodrigues; SISS N. Hicks Ave., or Mbs Paula Glosser, SSI4 Coney both of Los Angeles M. All names and addressee must bo written on one line only.
New Kennedy Savings Bonds to go on sale [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
New Kennedy Savings Bonds to go on sale . The new $75 Series E United i State* Savings Bond, bearing I the portrait of. the late Presi- i dent John Kennedy, will go on i tale May 1, it was announced ; by Dr. Jack Fazakerley, Sav- i ing* Bond chairman in £1 Sereno. Dr. Fazakerley had the honor of purchasing the first Bond a* chairman In the El Sereno area from William Frey, manager of United California Bank. Decision to issue the $75 bond, which fills a gap in Hie lower-denomination range of Savings Bonds, was announced by Hie Whfte House late in January. The issue date of May 1 was fixed to coincide i with the launching of "Opera- | tion Security,” a nationwide ' Savings Bonds campaign which ! runs until July Fourth. May , 1 is also the 23rd anniversary 1 of the issuance of the first Series E Bond. ( , Purchase price of the new bond, which will reach full redemption vahie in seven years ■ and nine months, it $56.25. i The new bond is not a “me- i mopial" to the late President, I in ...
Fire Service i Day observed lat open house [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
Fire Service i Day observed lat open house &gt; Have you ever wondered how ' the “second” driver handle* the ' back part of a fire department “hook and ladder" truck? You can get the answer to this and many other questions on Saturday, May 2. For this , will be Fire Service Day. the 1 annual event when firemen 1 throughout Southern California 1 throw open the doors and play 1 hosts to the public in a large- 1 scale Open House. \ Now in its eighth consecutive year. Fire Service Day is be- 1 coming a tradition here, with the crowds getting larger every year. LOCAL FIREMEN Visitors are given an opportunity to become better acquainted with their local firemen- to see how they do their Job, what tools they use, and how the fire engines work. All fire stations, including those in El Sereno, Highland Park, Lincoln Heights and Eagle Rock, will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and everyone is invited. However, children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. So plan to spend a pleas...
Health officials applaud new vaccine for measles . i [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
Health officials applaud new vaccine for measles . i By ROGER SWANSON Measles, a disease as synonymous to childhood as scuffed knees and baseball gloves, is one that parents can no longer shrug; off as inevitable. Although measles is the most common disease among youngsters it can also be deadly; measles now claims more lives among children than polio. Measles so weakens young bodies that permanent brain damage, ear infections or pneu- monia now strike one out ol six measles victims. In the pest preventive measures have been but a dream to parents and researchers who were virtually helpless to stem the onslaught of the disease and its accompanying red rash, fever, hacking couch and puffy eyes. NEW VACCINE Now. however, an immunizing vaccine is on the market and it has been enthusiastical- ' ly received by the Northeast Health Center, according to . health officer Dr. Delay Mae&gt; , Cracken who term* the vac* , cine "very, very effective." , Trade name of the vaccine i is Ru...
Wilson High School 'troops' pass in review [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
Wilson High School 'troops' pass in review R.O.T.C. ON PARADE Wilson High School's Color Guard and "troops” go marching by raviaw stand (above left).' during annual inspection of ROTC unit last Wednesday. At right, It. Cal. Hugh W. Fraser, assistant inspector general of ISth Army Corps, city of San Francisco, inspects the * j'- "''g *. Vfi'; . i 1 ~y T~i Ili s ~i troop line and takes a dose look at rifle of Pvt. *teve Cobla. Annual inspection rates ROTC units throughout the LA. City Schools System with awards and medals going to top units which will be named later. (Photos by Joe Friezes)
Seek support for Chamber of Commerce [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
Seek support for Chamber of Commerce . An El Sere no man who be* . lievea that the local community has great potential for the At* ture will be calling on buaineaa ’ people, industrialists and pri--1 vate citizens this week to seek support for the formation of a Chamber of Commerce. Henry Ferrara, landscape designer, said the idea for a chamber of commerce has met with enthusiastic response from people he has contacted to date. In addition to the prominent business people he hopes will support the move. Ferrara said that many outstanding industrialists are located in the a* 1 1 and should be jn
Funeral rites for shop owner Kafy A. Topf [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 30 April 1964
Funeral rites for shop owner Kafy A . Topf Funeral service* (or Mrs. Katy A. Topf, owner and operator of Mode OT*y Dress Shop on Huntington Dr. in £3 Sereno, were held April 30 at Turner and Stores Mortuary in Paw* dean. She died April 17. A native of North Little Rock. Arinas* Mn. Top* pioneered stores lor Mode O'Day throughout W (faster Dos An* geles and Pasadena arm lor more than 25 yean. Mn. Topf is survived by her son, Henry O. Tap* Jr, sod i £r»iwy^ii|hity i |. .