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Page 35 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
Ja V"T Just drive in . . . fill up and get the finest car wash you've ever had FREE! (14 Gal. Min.) Our station man will automatically check the water, oil, battery, tires and even shake out the air filter for you. We figure it this way ... if all of these details are taken care of and you don't have to get messed up washing the car . . . you'll have a lot more time . . . just to stay lovely in! rn«»i.ft M iwmTrrTTn &gt; iTr? i»vimiwv*mimiitvmi In the event you don't need gas "bring in this coupon" and save on your next car wash! With coupon VOID FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY OFFER EXPIRES NOV. 11th •nn RA AA M M M M M M AA M AA M M R* Ml AAFI A* GLEN-ROCK CAR WASH Phone: 254-7195 2711 COLORADO BLVD. WE ACCEPT MOST MAJOR CREDIT CARDS
Page 35 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
“let’s go Bowling This Week-end!" You'H find the enjoyment of friendly competition ond getting together with friends can be pretty relaxing. And since bowling is one of the best forms of exercise . . . it's also one of the most popular methods of figure control. If you're new at the game . . . you'll find both encouragement and instruction right here! Come to Eagle Rock Lanes and find out for yourself why so many women in the Northeast area like to spend their leisure time bowling. -sr vr i ' MOTHERS . . . EARN MONEY FOR YOUR PTA GROUP! PTA LEAGUES NOW FORMING'. For Further Information: CONTACT "JO" AT EAGLE ROCK LANES 254-2595 EAGLE ROCK LANES 7435 N. FIGUEROA ST. CL 4-2595
Page 36 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
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More recipes from your neighbors [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
More recipes from your neighbors BACHELOR BEANS OR DINNER IN A POT (By Ruth M. TruHalli) 1 lb. pinto beans I Ig. onion 1 Ig. chili brick 1 clove garlic 2 small smoked hamhocks] 3 slices bacon I Ig. potato I tsp. soda 1 lb. ground round Vl cup parmesan cheese (optional) Soak bean? one hour in hot soda water, wash well. Put in large kettle with water Well over thei top. Bring to boil, lower the heiat and add onion, chili brick, j garlic, hamhock. (If hamhocki is too salty, boil for a few minutes and rinse well before adding to beans.) Add bacon cut in small pieces, fry the ground rpund to remove excess fat and &gt; add to the beans, and add the large potato. Cook slowly until done, turn off heat and let stand a few minutes before serving, i o o o SWEDISH MEAT BAILS (Mn. Olive Lee) 2 lbs. ground beef Vi lb. veal ' Vi lb. pork 1 tsp. salt 2 eggs 2 slices hard white bread soaked in 1 cup milk and mashed Vi onion chopped and sauted I whole allspice ground in bag and pounded with h...
Page 37 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
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Some bouquets for our senior citizens [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
Some bouquets for our senior citizens 44T J. believe the home is the. cornerstone of the nation. A child learns more from what he observes than from what he is told, therefore each cornerstone should hold living examples of honesty, Christianity, patriotism, integrity and respect for the law and other people’s property. The home is where each child should receive disciplined love and loving discipline,” so says Ruth Kinsman, winner of Northeast Newspapers’ Senior Citizen of 1970 award, who, in addition to other activities, is president of Arroyo Barracks 600 Auxiliary. "Parents owe it to themselves and to their children to take part in community activities such as the PTA, the Scouts or other youth organizations. The teachers of the schools .and the leaders of the youth groups need the parents’ help to uphold the interest of the children with whom they are working. It is always beneficial to know the parents of your children’s friends. The church and its activities should be a part ...
Dr. Mary Le Clere Medicine, Finances, History [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
Dr. Mary Le Clere Medicine, Finances, History Dr. Mary Le Clere, one of Eagle Rock’s real pioneers, excels in many fields. For many years she was one of the area’s few woman doctors, before her retirement. Her interest at the moment is "ministering to a sick economy.” Having made a lifelong study of economics, she writes many articles, and researches the complex problems of inflation, gold reserve, banking interest, etc., and is a respected voice in the financial world. She is also a meticulous his-‘ torian and has kept accurate and detailed accounts of early Eagle Rock. In recognition of her skills, she was presented with a top award by the Eagle Rock Historical Society. Helps veterans Ethel Smith, winner of the Senior Citizens of the Year award in 1968, is president of the Spanish-American Veterans Auxiliary. Honorable mention to senior citizens nominated by their friends for honors, includes: Elizabeth Busch . . . Gladys Harvey .. , Jessie Patterson .. . Elvira Robert! . . . Lydi...
Page 39 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
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Library lectures keeps woman on 'go' [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
Library lectures keeps woman on 'go' Dean Martha Boaz of the School of Library Science at the University of Southern California has just returned from the University Center in the Atlan-ta-Athens area of Georgia where she was a visiting scholar for four days. She was invited there by librarians of the various academic institutions which comprise the University Center. This includes Agnes Scott College, Atlanta Arts Alliance, Atlanta University, Columbia Theological Seminary, Emory University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia State University, Oglethorpe University, and the University of Georgia. The University Center has a program of bringing outstanding scholars to visit its institutions as lecturers and consultants to stimulate interests in academic fields. Dr. Boaz, who makes her home in Eagle Rock, gave three lectures in Georgia. One was at Georgia Tech, the other was at Emory University, and the third at the University of Georgia at Athens. Dean Boaz also visited and ta...
ELIZABETH EVANS Give them music [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
ELIZABETH EVANS Give them music Mrs. M. O. (Elizabeth) Evans has been helping the youngsters at Hathaway Home since 1949, volunteering her talents as a music teacher, and has found that these children (many of them emotionally disturbed) yield to "musical therapy.” Starting with what she describes as an "old beat-up piano,” she assembled every type of instrument available and created a rhythm band which presents two musicales a year; one at Christmas, and another in the spring. The musicales are given to allow disturbed children to experience success, which may seem limited to an outsider, but is of utmost importance to the individual youngster. Refusing to accept credit for the enterprise, Mrs. Evans insists, "It is what the children do that matters.” Mrs. Alexander Patrick, past president of the Highland Park Ebell Club, is the new president of the CFWC Alumnae board for the Verdugo District, California Federation of Women's Clubs.
"Knowledge7 is key word at 20th Century [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
"Knowledge 7 is key word at 20th Century Eagle Rock Twentieth Century Club, 5105 Hermosa Ave., has its motto, "Knowledge is Power” and uses the "Rock” as its symbol. The club meets the second Thursday of each month, opening with noon luncheon. Section Day, with all interest groups presenting programs under the direction of their curators, is held every third Thursday beginning at 10 a.m., followed by luncheon. Featured are numerous philanthropies, history and landmarks, E. 5.0., Bible section, literature and arts, and many others. Highlights of the club year include the Christmas white breakfast, the spring camellia fashion show, husbands night. Federation and reciprocity teas. For information call the clubhouse, 256-9512.
Page 40 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
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Page 41 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
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The aware generation [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
The aware generation Seventeen year old Blanca Perez, a freshman at Occidental College, was crowned Queen of Teenagers in Northeast Newspapers’ annual contest. Blanca competed against a record number of nominees . . . some 30 local girls. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marco T. Perez, of 4107 Wawona Ave., Eagle Rock, and has been active in school and civic affairs. She’s a member of California Scholarship Federation, president of her 11th and 12th grade classes, served on Student Council, a member of St. Dominic’s Teenage Club, teachers’ aide, drama club, Girl Scouts and Library Club. She has also served as a Candystriper. Interested in literature, Miss Perez won first prize in Catholic Daughters’ poetry contest and received a scholarship to Occidental College. She was a Girls' State representative and won a pin for the highest scholastic average during her high chool days. Versatile in her tastes, she writes stories and poetry, enjoys music (piano and voice). She also sketches...
Pam Green, ‘sweetheart of USO’ [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970
Pam Green, ‘sweetheart of USO’ Pam Green is a typical USO Junior Volunteer. She’s friendly, generous, and delights in tha opportunity to donate her tima meeting new friends. Pam, daughter of Mrs. Phyllis Green of Westdale Avenue, Eagle Rock, is a member of the USONortheast Mobile Unit. Pam is one of 492 Junior Volunteers in the Greater Los Angeles Area. Her activities are many and varied. She attends dances at nearby military installations, is chairman of the Junior Volunteer Orientation Committee, and still finds time to attend Occidental College, where she is majoring in Anthropology. Pam has energetically devoted her talent to the United Crusade. She began her involvement through USO, a member agency of the United Way. Her success with the Verdugo Hills Crusade Campaign was so outstanding that she has been selected to serve as chairman of the student United Crusade at Occidental. Pam is an active, vital, member of the "drop-in” society. Her endeavors are typical of tha young peop...