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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
ROOM ES If il * all Ail ■ &amp;6 msm IOKr t* •uunuxiLS The Fairway House IN THI CLUIHOUSI Of ARROYO SECO GOLF COURSE Complete Meals Daily - Children Welcome VISIT OUI FABULOUS SMORGASBORD *135 SBffi *lB5 Nmd • 2 p.m. 5 t p.m.-» p.m. m 1055 LOHMAN LANE CL 5-5663 Inter «t Arroyo Dr. A Stonoy Id. In South Potadona BREAKFAST SERVED ALL DAY—EVERY DAY LUNCH PANCAKE HEAVEN . . «.e&lt;' e LUNCHEON SPECIALS e DINNER SPKIALS NUSHTLY e COMPUTE DINNII MENU COMPLETE TURKEY DlNNERS—Sundays .. $1.50 4 A.M.-11 P.M. DAILY—FRI. A SAT. A A M-] A.M. 1500 COLORADO BLVO. CL 4-3012 luncheon and Dinner American Mod also FOOD TO GO Hours* 11 »30 a.m. to 10 p.m. daHy Sundays, 12 JO to 10 iml Closed Mondays Monterey Road at Avenue 60 CL 6-0676 'Ptcvtl • Luncheon • Banquets • Dinner G Private Forties • Cocktails • Piano Bar HANK DAILY'S BARRISTERS INN 2324 COLORADO BLVD. ROCK CL6-86Q2
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
NOW OPEN 6 A.M. TO 7:30 P.M. AMPLE PARKIN* CIOSiO SUNDAYS PISH A CHIPS DINNIR A SANDWICHES HANK’S FINE FOODS 1210 FAIR OAKS AVE. SO. PASADENA OPEN 4 P.M.—CLOSED MONDAY CASA BIANCA lASA6NA SPAGHETTI RAVIOU ENJOY DINING IN OUR PIEASANT USTAURANT "OR ORDER TO GO—CAU a. 6-9617 USD COLORADO BLVD. “IN EAGLE ROCK" WATCH FOR OUR GRAND OPENING! Sharpott TavArn In Town and Olamorauß Hostossos I* S«rv« You Nothing to Strip, Nothing to Toaso, Won’t You Ploaso? BLACK PUSSY CAT * 4577 VALLEY BLVD. CA. 3*9947 LD Wonderful Food Cocktails Fun at tho Stolnwoy with 808 MILLAR during tho wook * - * CAROUNE HUTCHINSON on Sundays. OPEN 7 DAYS lit Pasadena Avenue South Pasadena Clinton 6-2259
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Brottierton's Farm Housa Children's Dlnnsre—9s&lt; Adults—Bs &lt;-$ 1.65 Chldcfn, IMbkK, StMk FWi, «M. M 1110 ||g| BioovttD yav • liMk ! 2339 I. COLORADO Pasadsna SY. 6-5053 Hwii 11:35 w I* 540 |ji. ia*Md Mendeyil 3m Porfcln# Hm U*mt •Hut Hilt mi sriwn ym mm Is 4m «nd Min how I imu DUFFY’S H SUPPER CLUB DANCING and ENTERTAINMENT COMPLETE BANQUET FACILITIES * Catering Service • Accommodations la 500 • Wedding* e Reception* * - Private Part!** 1030 COLORADO BLVD., Comer Colorado A CL 5-7600 JL JED nW Wm O«lroy*t •voning Wlhk. kM hkM* ES I Choicest* UA. eastern beef exclusively) 1400 HunHnotan Dr., f. hnfan ICUsW Sundays) ST MTH * COCKTAILS
Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
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Newsboy routes f writable in I Sereno area [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Newsboy routes f writable in I Sereno area Newsboy routes are currently available in the El Sereno .area it was announced this tveek by the Circulation Department of the Northeast Publications. ; The routes are as follows: Phelps Ave. and Gambler St: Eastern Aver and Klamath St.j Twining Dr. and Edloft Ave.; Templeton St. and Butterfly X-ane; Druid St and Richelieu Ave.; Klamath St. and Dltman; Valley Blvd. and Del Paso; Indiana Ave. and Hatfield PI,; Yellowstone St. and Vtnebum Ave.; Alhambra Ave. and Belleglade; Lombardy Blvd. and La Oalandria Way. £ Boys interested may call the Northeast Newspapers office at pL 4-5111 and ask for the Circulation Department.
Questionnaire sent out in district by Brown [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Questionnaire sent out in district by Brown An extensive questionnaire was mailed to his constituents this week to each home in the 29th Congressional District by Congressman George E. Brown, Jr. Describing the questionnaire "experimental" because of the the depth with which it probes into current controversial issues, Brown plans to compare the results with personal information such as age, sex, education, religion and political affiliation which he has asked those answering the questions to fill in. “The usual questionnaire sent out by many Congressmen is kept as simple as possible," Congressman Brown pointed * out, "with the people having the opportunity to give only a simple ‘yes' or ‘no’ answer to questions too general to be be answered in this manner." BASE RESULTS Brown admits that he does not know how many questionnaires will be returned because of the length and the time involved in answering, but he feels sure that he will have several thousand on which to base the results...
Geo. Danielson has endorsement of tabor groups [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Geo. Danielson has endorsement of tabor groups Assemblyman George E. Danielson (D-48th District) announced this week that he has received the endorsement of the State Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO, in his campaign for re-election to the California Legislature. Danielson stated he also has been endorsed' for re-election by the Committee on Political Education (COPE) of the Los Angeles County Labor Federation.
Jim Glllett claims young GOP backing [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Jim Glllett claims young GOP backing Local public accountant James E. Gillett and Arizona Senator Barry Goldwater were both given "unequivocal endorsements” by the 29th District Young Republicans in the upcoming elections for their respective offices, Gillett's office announced this week. The YR’s endorsement of Glllett was the first by an established Republican organization in the District. The backing of Goldwater by the group was also the first on a statewide basis. According to spokesman of the organization, “The Republican Party must for once take a stand on issues, not images, that only Goldwater among named contenders for the Presidency would offer the American public a real choice, and that Goldwater as the standard bearer would help to elect many more Republican Congressmen and Senators than would any other nominee." Wisely and slow; —they stumble that run fast SKATING CHIMP Brigitte, beauteous skating star of Ice Capades, introduces Spanky the Chimp, who does an amazing ac...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
KELLY»FRANKS BEAUTY SALON CA. 111-06 FOR YOUR BEAUTY NEEDS For Classified Ads Call 254-Slll It's New! HOSTESS FINER PASTRY JEUY FILLED DONUTS Reg. 39* a p ViDoz. ■ Pkg. IIJ MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT COFFEE IN A FREE HEAT PROOF ~ COFFEE SERVER 1 59 $ 10-ox. Weight DELICATESSEN WIENERS 49 OSCAR MAYER All MEAT 1-lb. Vac. Pak BOLOGNA ■49 1 OSCAR MAYER ALL MEAT SLICED 13-ox. Pkg. SAFFOLA— 1-lb. Carton MARGARINE TENDER CRISP SOLID HEAD LETTUCE FANCY TENDER Artichokes Large Size ta SWEET THICK MEAT Cantaloupes lb ROYAL HOST CATERING QUALITY LABOE VANITY OF DHICIOUt HAVOCS ICE CREAM m. Round %-Gal. Carton KRAFT—large 24-ox. Jar 49 c MAYONNAISE CURTISS SOFT DRINK MIRACLE AID Rag. S| Pkg. 10:29* UPTON ■muTTa ? 69 DARI-GOLD "AA' cc BUTTER RED MOUNTAIN BURGNUDY, VIM® ROSSO, VIN ROSE DINNER WINES WILSHIRE FANCY SWEET PICKLES 1-LB. CARTON FULL QUARTS 12-01. JJS 00 Mannings STEAK SALE U.S.D.A. GRADE A FRYER PRUTS OSCAR MAYER CROWN BRAND BACON OSCAR MAY® Little Friers ■m m (U 9 M 5392 Poplar Mvd., One ...
Father-son meeting slated at Covenant Baptist Church [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Father-son meeting slated at Covenant Baptist Church A father-son evening will be held for members and friends of the Covenant Baptist Church, 6031 Meridian St, Saturday 4 to 8 p.m. Highlights of the evening will be a softball game, a $1 steak dinner and films of the 1963 Dodger season. A devotional time will close the evening. “Eighty-five Year a Follower* is the message topic of the Rev. Eheard P. Eliason at both the 8:45 and 11 am. services. Special music will be provided by the choir. Marvin Grinder wiU read the responsive reading. Sunday school classes begin at 8:45 am. Children who are two or three years of age are invited to attend the new Sunday school class in the nursery. After the 11 a.m. service Miss Margaret Dennis and Mr. John Gardner will be honored at the social hour. Margaret Dennis was recently baptized and John Gardner has transferred bis latter. The senior high youth BYF will have an officers meeting at 5 pm. followed by barbecued hamburgers in the pastor’s patio...
'Atonement' subject of CS lecture [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
'Atonement' subject of CS lecture “Doctrine of Atonement" Is the subject at Christian Science churches next Sunday. Golden text is “All things are of God, who hath reconciled us to himself by Jesus Christ, and hath given to us the ministry of reconciliation” (II Cor. 5:18). The following citation from "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures” by Mary Baker Eddy will also be read: “Jesus aided In reconciling man to God by giving him a truer sense of Love, the divine principle of Jesus’ teachings, and this truer sense of love redeems man from the law of matter, sin, and death by the law of spirit,—the law of dlvine Love” (p. 19).
Representative Brown guest speaker at Garvanza Church [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Representative Brown guest speaker at Garvanza Church The Honorable George E. Brown, representative in Congress, wiU be guest speaker for a special service at Garvanza Methodist Church, York Blvd. and Ave. 66, at 7 p.m. Sunday, April 19. The subject covers “Decision Making In International Affairs,” followed by a question and answer period. Representative Brown is a graduate of UCLA with a major in physics and has done post-graduate work in physics, industrial relations, adult education and political science. He has been active in a wide variety of community Organizations including the Methodist Church, UCLA Wesley Foundation, Monterey Park Chamber of Commerce, American Legion, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Urban League and the Lincoln Heights Kiwanis Club. Brown has served as Mayor of Monterey Park, State Assemblyman and is now a Representative in Congress where he is a member of the education and labor committee and veterans’ affairs. He is currently studying th...
Only living charter member paid tribute at fiftieth anniversary [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Only living charter member paid tribute at fiftieth anniversary The 50th anniversary dinner and program of-the-Eagle Rock United »Presbyterian Church will be held on Sunday, April 20, in Fellowship Hall at 5 p.m. ; Dr. Mary LeClere, only living charter member, will be guest of hohor. Invocation will be given by the present pastor. Dr. Thomas J. Megahey, followed by a home-cooked roast beet dinner. For dinner rservations call Mrs. Davis Klinck at 256-6641 or church office. An historical program of “Yesteryear,” under the direction of Mr. Lester Hutchins, will bring back memories to many. A beautiful musical program featuring old-time favorites will' be brought by Mr. Philip Hebing, director of music. The following former pastors and their wives will attend: Rev. B. B. Weatherall, 19181923; Rev. Hugh M. Heiner, 1947-1951; Rev. Arthur T. Bailey, 1951-1957. Messages will be read from Rev. W. S. Middlemass, 1923-1927, and Rev. Earl W. Haney, 1928-1947. Former 'Ministers of Christian Educ...
Minor prophets discussed [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Minor prophets discussed The Rev. James O. Hulin expounds on the fourth of - the minor prophets this Sunday at 11 ajn. when he preaches on "Hosea, Prophet of the Heart of God,” at Mt Washington Presbyterian Church. 4800 Cleland Ave. . • The chancel choir,' under the direction of John A. Winching presents the anthem, “Sun of My Soul," featuring a duet by Carol Carman and Carola Speck, with Mrs. Winching assisting at the organ console. , It’s still not too late to enroll in the new church membership training class, which just opened last Monday, under the leadership of Pastor Hulin. The six weeks course is presented periodically for those interested in learning the doctrine and government of the United Presbyterian Church in the USA. Candidates for possible membership (optional) as well as present members who are seeking a “brush-up” review are welcome to enroll now, without charge. Call the church office, CL 6-2506. The monthly meeting of Division II of the Mt. Washington Men's Fello...
Rev. Hafner speaks on ’A Messiah' [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 16 April 1964
Rev. Hafner speaks on ’A Messiah' "A Messiah” will be the sermon topic at the Highland Park Methodist Church’s 11 am worship service this Sunday, The Rev. Russell Hafner will deliver the sermon emphasizing the qualities present in Jesus Christ. The service will also feature the singing of the Chancel choir, under the direction of Mirlanj Samuelson with organist Katherine Taylor. The regular church school will start at 9:30 am with classes for all ages. Special attendance awards win be given to children’s classes. f . Nursery school win .fa* provided at both the church school hour and worship service. | .*' - »