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Youth reigns over El Sereno Four youngsters named leaders I for big parade [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Youth reigns over El Sereno Four youngsters named leaders I for big parade Four outstanding £1 Serena youngsters were crowned “Mr. and Miss El Sereno” will be Steve Bustillos and Toni Dichirico. They were given the oath of office by Assemblyman George E. Danielson (D-48th). Named “Mr. and Miss Fourth of July” were Dan Rubin and Eileen Tsuahara. Their inauguration was performed by El Sereno Honorary Mayor Lou Simmonds. JULY 1 PARADE The four youngsters will reign over community activities for 1964, including the annual Fourth of July Parade. In presenting, the crown of “Mr- and Miss El Sereno," Danielson lauded the community for :u emphasis on the importance cl youth in its local programs. ..‘.'We need have little fear ■'hen we see such youth as these training to take hold of the reins of leadership,” the Assemblyman said. “I shall ride with pride and comfort in the Fourth of July Parade, knowing that these qualified leaders of tomorrow are tiding along with am.” ' MR. AND MISS EL SE...
(Hearing today on freeway routes Blue Route1 foes claim strong public support [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
(Hearing today on freeway routes Blue Route 1 foes claim strong public support A “Go for the Green Route” petition campaign in preparation for today’s public hearing on the proposed Long Beach Freeway routes has been “very successful,” according to two. El Sereno groups into oddow the western (blue) route. M We go to the public hearing with thousand! of signatures, solid community backing, and with the united support of our public officials to oppose any last minute switch to the blue route,” said John Romero, new-ly-elected president of the El Sereno Betterment Ass'n, and Charles Ornelas of the El Sereno Freeway Committee. OPEN HEABINO Both men stressed that it is very important that Ei Sereno be well represented among the audience at .the public hearing being held today at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium, 300 E. Green. St., Pasadena. Hearing begins at 9:30 a.m. with state and city engineers, and public officials scheduled to speak In the morning. After the lunch break, the community...
— -- Ask Mrs. Lewis Once a dropout, NOT ALWAYS a dropout [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
— -- Ask Mrs. Lewis Once a dropout, NOT ALWAYS a dropout Once a high school dropout, NOT ALWAYS a high school dropout. In 1934, Mrs. Orda Lewis of El Sereno dropped out of high school. Today she is assistant chairman of the Science and Mathematics Division and Assistant PTofessor of Mathematics at California State College at Los Angeles. After 16 years, Mrs. Lewis returned to complete her high school education, graduated from Metropolitan High School in 1951 (a Los Angeles City School facility designed foi high school dropouts who return), and went on to Los Angeles City College that saraa year. "I had always intended te return to school,” said Mrs. Lewis, but it wag not until sh« took a placement test given by the Veterans Bureau at Belmont High School after World War II that she gave immediate consideration to the idea. MOTHER OF TWO The mother ol two children, Mrs. Lewis found it necessary to work as well as carry a study load at LACC. “All of this would have been impossible if i...
Music show may help tutor fund Public urged to back ‘Dollars for Scholars’ [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Music show may help tutor fund Public urged to back ‘Dollars for Scholars’ Hoping to bolster the summer tutoring fund, still $350 shy of the needed $5OO goal, Lincoln High School will stage a musical show Friday, May 29. Student* from El Sereno, Lincoln Height* and Highland Park, who attend summer classes; at Lincoln High this year will be able to receive special tutoring from college student* if the $5OO goal is reached. The money is needed to set up adequate clerical and administrative staff to run the program. Local residents who want to make a donation toward the tutoring program should send their checks or money orders to "Dollars for Scholars,” Lincoln Heights Tutoring Fund, P.O. Box 3H76, Lincoln Heights Post Office, Los Angeles 3L Names of all donors will be published in this paper, unless they wish to remain anonymous. The college students serving as tutors will be donating their time and will work with students on an individual, private appointment basis. They will help al...
Whe re's fhe fire!' [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Whe re's fhe fire!' "Fire Service Day" at El Sereno station is attended by Pawl and Donna McKinney, six and five years old, last Saturday, who jumped into fire helmenfs to ’’lend a helping hand" in manning the water hose. Fire Service Day Saturday was seventh annual observance of the open house activities.
Juvenile crime up; 2300 arrested here s!’l ■■.ifcfik.. ■ [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Juvenile crime up; 2300 arrested here s! ’ l ■■.ifcfik.. ■ rJSSteSS vision during 1963 increased slightly more than 13 percent over the 1962 arrests, compared with a statewide increase of 12.2 percent, it was noted this week. The statewide totals were supplied by Attorney General Stanley Mosk in a report that showed a major crime increase of 6.7 percent during 1963. Highland Park Juvenile Division made 2037 arrests in 1963 and 2305 arrests in 1963. Citywide in Los Angeles 24,663 Juvenile arrests were made in 1963, an increase of 363 over the 1962 total of 24,326. Mosk's report from the bureau of criminal statistics showed 305,151 major felony crimes reported during 1963 in California. FELONY ARRESTS Despite the fact, that reports of major felony crimes rose by 6.7 per cent during the year, adult felony arrests dropped 3.6 per cent for the year, Mosk said. The rath for adult felony arrests was 557.5 arrests per 100,000 persons, as against 554 arrests per 100,000 in 1953, or 10 years ...
Salinger named Grand Marshal of area parade [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Salinger named Grand Marshal of area parade Pierre Salinger, former press secretary for Presidents Kennedy and Johnson and a candidate tor the U.S. Senate, will be Grand Marshal of Alhambra's Hi Neighbor Parade on May 23, Merrill Francis, HI Neighbor general chairman announced today. Salinger is a candidate for the Senate in the Democratic primary election. The parade, one of seven HI Neighbor Celebration events in Alhambra during the week at May 18-23 will go down Main Street at 11 a.m. on May 23. SELECT QUEEN The 19th. annual Hi Neighbor celebration, sponsored by the Alhambra Jr. Chamber of Commerce, will commence with the selection of the Hi Neighbor Queen and Court from the Alhambra High Schools. She will throw out the first ball at HI Neighbor Dodger Night on the evening of May 18. The next event will be the Business Men’s Breakfast at the Alhambra Elks Hall at 7 a.m. on May 20. Scholarships for local high school students are raised at this event. The community will participate...
Open bids on Rose Hill development [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Open bids on Rose Hill development Three bids tor a landscape development project in the Rose Hill Park sprats field, 3606 Boundary Ave., were op—l April 30 by the Los Angeles City Recreation and Park Crawmission. SttbaittlnK bMi for the work ' were we xouowmg linns: vih 'ey Crest landscape, Inc.. Van Nujr* $147,000; Sully -Miller Company. Loo* BaroMfSlM. 178; and Mac-Well Company, Los Angeles. $194,M0l for gredteTrf the eSftro «oa to provide two ball diamonds—one to be lighted and andnM with bleachers, and the otter a softball diamond surrounded by chainlink fencing and the placement of dugouts at each play area. Construction of a 36-car-ca-pacity parking lot; a 24-foot-hy 27-foot fieldhouse with sanitary facilities for men and women; a director’s office and a caretaker’s room are also included In the project. In addition, the plans provide for landscaping, installation of drinking fountains, curbs, gutters and paving. Rose Hill Park is located In the 13th District, represented by ...
Alhambra's annual 'Hi Neighbor' parade plans are underway [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Alhambra's annual 'Hi Neighbor' parade plans are underway Alhambra’s annual “Hi Neighbor” parade and aetivities will be spiced this year with a family from Granada. Spain who will take part in the various events of the weeklong celebration and find out what It is like to live in an average American town. The eventual goal of the community is to play boat to some 15 to 20 families representing different countries and to appear on floats of their countries in the parade. According to officials of the “Hi Neighbor'' committee, Tom Stout has been credited with selecting the family in Spain through his personal appearances in that country. J. Parker Williams, president of the Alhambra Jr. Chamber of Commerce, is also credited with aiding in the planning of the celebration. The family from Spain will start out from Granada on May 11 by way of Madrid and will arrive in Loa Angeles on May 13. Upon their arrival, they will be feted at a Famlly- Get-Together Dinner heated by the Jaycees. Duri...
Betterment Assn, hears freeway arguments [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Betterment Assn, hears freeway arguments El Sereno Betterment Association met Wednesday to hear arguments in favor of the eastern (green) route of the northsouth Long Beach Freeway extension. TTte Association, meeting in the Royal Savings A Loan hospitality room, heard Charles Omeles, leader of the citizens committee favoring the green route, charge that the western (blue) rout* “will rip apart the sttticture of the community of El/,Sereno.” PICK BEST ROUTE "The proposed green route represents the state highway division's original and therefore presumably its best thinking a* to where the freeway should be placed,” Omeles said. "In fact, the state has already acquired close to a million dollars worth of property paralleling Valley Bivd. to Huntington Dr,” he said. The alternate blue route was devised, Ornelas charged, “at the insistence of South Pasadena groups which pressured the state engineers into developing an alternative route. This is certainly a perogative of South Pasadena,...
Adult school teachers go on TV [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Adult school teachers go on TV Miss Ginger Cory apt) Earl Lyons, Roosevelt Adult School faculty members, will be featured teachers on the Adult Education early morning program, 6:30 to 7 a.m., over KABC, Channel 7, beginning Monday, May 11. Miss Cory will teach English as a second language for a series of 5 programs beginning Monday, May 4. Lyons will do a series of three programs on auto mechanics beginning Monday, May 11. This program will teach automobile mechanics for the car owner rather than the professional mechanic. These two course* and many other* are offered by the Adult Education Branch of the Lo* Angeles City School* with the cooperation of KABC Channel 7, in order to better serve the Los Angeles Community. East LA isaman USS EDSON (FHTNC) Ernest E. Paniagua, fireman apprentice, USN, son of Mrs. Consuelo C. Paniagua of 1553 Court St., East Los Angeles, is serving aboard the destroyer USS Edson operating with the Seventh Fleet in the Far East. ART WINNERS President Sam G...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
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Los Angeles Poll * Public reaction mixed on college tuition pay [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Los Angeles Poll * Public reaction mixed on college tuition pay By the John B. Knight Co. Should students attending ■tate-supported colleges pay for their education in those colleges after they graduate? That idea has been advanced by Assemblyman John L. E. Collier of Los Angeles, long active in education legislation in Sacramento. The public reaction to it, as shown by a sampling of public opinion by the John B. Knight Company, indicates that people in Greater Los Angeles are pretty well divided. There is considerably less than a majority both for and against the-proposal. The question, as put to those persons Interviewed, was as follows: “Assemblyman John L.E. Collier has suggested that students attending state supported colleges should pay for their education following graduation. This would be paid over a pesiod of time according to their income growth. Do you favor or oppose this suggestion?" The responses, in percentages were as follows; Overall Rep. Dem. Favor 88.8 41.8 40.8 ...
Local man attends accountants' conference [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Local man attends accountants' conference F. P. DiGeorgio, 3432 Lifur Ave., El Sereno, was one of a hundred key men to attend a conference stressing a new concept in “Flexible Budgeting” held at the Staler-Hilton Hotel this week, with the Los Angeles Chapter, National Association of Accountants as sponsor. DlGeorgio is manager, System* and Procedures, Western Lithograph Co., Los Angeles. Conducting the two-day class-room-style sessions of lectures, discussions and laboratory illustrations, were John B. Bachofer, management consultant, Miami, Florida; J. Brooks Heckert, insurance company executive vice president, both national NAA past presidents; and Dr. James S. Laham, director of technical activities at New York headquarters. NAA Is the largest accounting association in the world, and regularly conducts various types of educational conferences for the benefit of Its 52,000 members in 178 chapters.
Delivery boy routes open [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Delivery boy routes open Delivery boy routes are now open for boys between the ages of 12 and 15%, in the El Sereno area. Routes are available in the Valley Blvd. and Del Paso Dr. region, Catalpa St. and Cyril Ave., Gateside Dr. and Boca Ave., Rowan Ave. and Yellowstone St Boys interested should call the Northeast Newspapers office at CL 4-5111 and ask for the circulation department