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Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
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Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
Dl IV EH S A I IT VP s-'-w ■* £ w SALE; FEATHER-LIGHT DACRON® FILLED COMFORTERS 9.88 14.98 value; extra thick, truly luxurious 72x84” comforters filled with 1 1 /? pounds of cloud-soft dacron® polyester fiberfil, the quality filling carrying du pont’s official red label, and covered in deeply quilted cotton prints; non-allergenic, dusfproof, mildewproof, washable; perfect gift idea, lovely, colorful; king size, 24.98 19.88 IVERS MI m \ it \ a % m INSTANT GLAMOUR WITH QUILTED PILLOW COVERS .99 2.00 value ... one of our best values! perfectly tailored, zippered covers in glowing decorator colors, expertly quilted in assorted designs. .. fits all standard bed pillows ... use them in the den, guest or family rooms; red, brown, green, tan, blue, gold . . . mail or phone orders invited! "MOHAIR-TRIO" KIT MAKES ANY ONE OF 3 SWEATERS - 499 for the holidays, for gifting ... knit a beautiful fashion sweater with this complete kit a shell, a sleeveless v-neck or a raglan cardigan; kit contains...
Page 20 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
I ... for fifty-two years the fashion leader In famed brand merchandise salutes the highland park news-herald on their 60th anniversary \ 1.55 1 £&amp;'}' n lu h\ v j V l vS is 5.95 K S I at w 1 .V ■ V, cr P '"i V&gt; Ifl r;V'P 3.95 4t--1,95 13.95 rrs? - fv&amp;£S cs £B® £2&amp;O GS •:o 5n ST IZ sSQW r\o v&gt;i - T» ..-^v*-. V 1 WTO rwi -O ■ '-'W Sr . y s - Rfi -—v&gt;TS^l v.V 13.95 r&gt; skm Cx&gt;, K ft ■w u B D 13.95 :s? wr-/-3a r e? i, &lt; fe !J a ssj s.? I 111 'f vIfll: ilii S f «i* ! AU ai ■}‘ ■M i i ii CR. Charles of the ritz has everything for making eyes . . . bright, young looking eyes! • demure eyes, come-hither eyes, eyes for the ingenue • or the tres-sophisticate! eyeshadow stick in luscious tints, creamily colors your lids, 2.00 ... eyelid makeup lines your lashes as swoopingly as you wish to make them, 2.50 . . . auto-lashique sweeps new beauty on your lashes, (real or fake, we won’t tell), 2.00;...
We salute... The women of Northeast Los Angeles [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
We salute... The women of Northeast Los Angeles I Jong before the Women’s Lib movement became a household word. Northeast Newspapers has been applauding the ladies ... giving them a contest and a magazine all to themselves . .. once every falL The idea began back in 1961 when the local papers participated in a national Homemaker contest, sponsored by the Suburban Press Foundation in Chicago. In that initial year, we named Eleanor Degenkolb our homemaker of the year and ’ she was sent to Chicago to compete with women from all over the United States, vying for the Homemaker crown. For the next three successive years local participants went to the Windy City for the big event. However, after the 1964 contest, the national competition was discontinued. Most of the participating papers regretfully abandoned plans for the competition. Northeast Newspapers, however, decided not toletagood thing die... and continued on their own, lauding verbally (and rewarding financially] the women of the...
N.E. NEWSPAPERS IN TRIBUTE TO 'LEADING LADIES' [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
N.E. NEWSPAPERS IN TRIBUTE TO 'LEADING LADIES' The role of women in the development and improvement of a community can scarcely be underestimated. Just as the woman is the heart of the home, she is the vital force within her society too. Once a year Northeast Newspapers pays her verbal tribute, in recognition of her position in our community ... a 365 day a year assignment which she does with verve and dedication. In the following pages, we shall attempt to give her the honors and commendation for jobs well done. Oran Asa Publisher 0 o—o Aii too often the recognition due the woman of this society is sandwiched into a few hours called Mothers’ Day. The recognition and the day are certainly worth noting, but a woman’s role in society covers many aspects of life, be she a young adult in high school, a business woman, club woman, homemaker, or senior citizen. It is for this latter reason that Northeast Newspapers takes pleasure each fall in saluting the women of our local communities by...
LONELY WOMEN ARE OUT OF STYLE [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
LONELY WOMEN ARE OUT OF STYLE The women of Northeast Los Angeles have an an viable record in doing for others. Clubs, which were once "bridge and tea” get-togethers now spend the hulk of their time in service to non-profit organizations. Prominent on the list of philanthropies which profit from the feminine touch are: Hathaway Home, Booth Memorial Home, Haven House, Social Service volunteers, USO, teachers aides, docents for places of historical interest. Pennies for Pines, Meals for Millions and count* less others. There is no reason for any woman in our communities to feel lonely or unwanted. There is work to be done; new friendships to form and vast horizons for the woman who wishes to use her time for the benefit of others. In this issue you will find many dubs and philanthropic organizations who need your assistance. 1
PROFESSIONAL GALS LAMENT Women have a long way to go [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
PROFESSIONAL GALS LAMENT Women have a long way to go A. climbers of the career ladder of success, the weaker sex is getting weaker, says a University of Southern California researcher. Despite the hue and cry for "women’s liberation,” and accomplishments claimed by many in the feminist movement, discrimination against women in the professions is increasing and worsening, according to Beatrice Dinerman. Miss Dinerman, a consultant with the USC School of Social Work’s Regional Social Welfare Research Institute, is compiling data from hundreds of women in several professions. After interviewing and collecting completed questionnaires from women in medicine, law, dentistry, engineering, architecture, and university teaching, Miss Dinerman has concluded that professional discrimination against women is "an across-the-board reality that is definitely getting worse.” "The fact that more women are working is misleading. It does not mean they are competing on an equal footing with men. Rathe...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
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'Winner's formula ‘Make each day counf [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
' Winner's formula ‘Make each day counf IVlrs. Anthony (Mella) Brienza of 3552 Verdugo View Terr, is the 1970 choice for Clubwoman of the Year in the annual contest conducted by Northeast Newspapers. Mrs. Brienza’s club activities have covered local and district areas and encorporate a versatile slate. She serves as president of the Arroyo Vista Juniors and second vice president of the Verdugo District California Federation of Women’s Clubs. Mrs. Brienza is also a charter member and publicity chairman for the newly-form-ed Las Perlites de Esperanza, auxiliary to Atwater Center for mentally retarded! children. She is March of Dimes captain for the San Pascual area; worked with Youth Employment Service and was a teachers; aide with the Headstart program. She also helped to organize and chaperone Eagle Bock Park teen dances. In addition, she serves on the Highland Park Coordinating Council and was named "Citizen of the Year” by Arroyo Vista Juniors. Mother of two children, she is alto ...
Young ideas accented by Junior clubs [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
Young ideas accented by Junior clubs The junior story . , . Women between the ages of 18 and 35 are urged to take part in the activities of the junior clubs in their area. In Highland Park, the Arroyo Vista Juniors conduct a wellrounded program of social and civic events and sponsor many philanthropic drives. Mrs. Carmella Brienza, winner of this year’s Clubwoman of the Year award, heads the Arroyo Vista Club, junior membership. Mrs. Brienza is the second woman of the Arroyo Vistas te hold this title. Mrs. Raymond Geer, who went on to assume presidency of the CFWC district, was the winner of the award in 1968. Young women who are interested in woman’s clubs geared to the interests of the under-35’s are urged to get in touch with Mrs. Brienza at 254-6288. In Eagle Rock, The Woman’s Twentieth Century Club presents a similar program with a schedule filled with up-to-the-minute social events and an impressive list of philanthropies. Latest is the plan to bring rubella (German measles) v...
Do women really want liberation? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
Do women really want liberation? By Judy Lira Masri (Coordinator of International Beauty and Talent Contest) Women have come a long way since their grandmother’s time. Many things have improved and many more need to improve in behalf of women. But to make women equal with men in all things is carrying women’s suffrage so far out that she will be in as much trouble or more if she wins this amendment. After she realizes what she has done she will still be unhappy for she will have created more disadvantages for herself and will still be a frustrated female. Some of the disadvantages are 1) does equal rights mean so much to you that you would make your daughter a subject to military service? Be careful what you say and do because you are sending her to the front lines. 2) You lose automatic preference for custody of children, and you would assume alimony and child support responsibilities the same as mem Danger Ahead There are many more disadvantages but these two upset me the most jus...
Ruth Washington No forgotten veterans is her motto [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
Ruth Washington No forgotten veterans is her motto One of the best-known names in the world of veterans’ auxiliaries is Ruth (Mrs. Ed) Washington who has participated in her husband’s veteran-oriented projects by keeping pace on the distaff side. A real dyanamo in her local chapter, Eagle Rock unit 276, she has served as president, treasurer, and chairman of the budget and junior activities. In the "Big Leagues” she has been president of 20th district American Legion Auxiliary, and chairman of the past presidents’ parley. She also serves on the finance committee of the stats organization and was a delegate to the national convention. Her clippings book won first place in the district and second in state competition. She is also sought after as part of the installing team that seats new members of the auxiliary. "We must continue to help the veterans of all wars, their widows and their children, especially in the fields of rehabilitation and education,” she concludes. Scholarship Win...