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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 October 1977

Sylvia's CHARM TIME BEAUTY SALON 7048 N. Figueroa 255-7602 "Distinctive Hair Styling" Specializing in Hair Coloring & Permanent Waving. “We Curl Up & Dye" for You. CALL US FOR OUR "WOMEN OF THE YEAR" SPECIALS OPEN THURS. THRU MON. CLOSED TUES. AND WED. OPEN SUNDAYS ■-V W A SALUTE To The WOMEN OF THE YEAR From T q INFORMATION RESERVATIONS 920 LOHMAN LANE, SO. PASADENA (ACROSS FROM THE ARROYO SECO GOLF COURSE) MATURING: o'* ★ TENNIS 10 CHAMPIONSHIP NIGHT LIGHTED COURTSCOMPLETE INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM FOR ALL LEVELS OF SKILL VIDEO TAPE ANALYSIS WITH EACH LESSON. PRACTICE ALLEYS 3 TENNIS PRACTICE ALLEYS WITH AUTOMATIC RETRIEVAL SYSTEM-WILL THROW TOPS PIN, BACKSPIN, TO EITHER, FOREHAND OR BACKHAND * THE PEACH PRIX' LADIES MINI-TOURNAMENT EVERY THURSDAY 10 12 NOON $2.50 PER PERSON Includes Tennis Balls and Court Tine. Also Fruit And Juices Afterwards ★★ SPECIAL ** WOMEN'S WEEKDAY INSTRUCTIONAL CUMC 6-1 Hour Lessons ... . *3 Per person specializing In forehand, backha...

Publication Title: Highland Park News-Herald & Journal
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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 October 1977

15.6 cu.lt. No-Frost Refrigerator-Freezer —*ai Bk'p " 15JTAL SSt v / • 2 Ice'n Easy Trays, or add Automatic Ice Maker, now or later, optional at extra cost • Power Saver Switch ■ 2 Adjustable Shelves COLOR $lO.OO EXTRA $ 399 95 ARROYO FURNITURE 6037 N. FIGUEROA 257-2221 or 257 7221 BankAmehicarq s Cc/T" KMsffmj tWUmy OPEN MONDAY S FRIDAY EVENINGS TILL 9 P.M WE CARRY OUR OWN CONTRACTS - PLUS - master charge

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 October 1977

ANNOUNCING HEALTH-PHONE W A NEW PUBLIC SERVICE FROM YOUR GLENDALE COMMUNITY DIAGNOSTIC & TREATMENT CENTER YOUR NEW 24 HOUR HEALTH-PHONE 956-5080 WE ARE OFFERING THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY A PREPARED LIBRARY OF HEALTHPHONE MESSAGES CONCERNING COMMON PROBLEMS. CALL AND ASK FOR THE MESSAGE OF YOUR CHOICE. YOUR HEALTH-PHONE OPERATOR IS ON DUTY 24 HOURS A DAY. LISTED BELOW ARE THE FIRST AND SECOND SERIES OF HEALTH EDUCATION MESSAGES OFFERED TO THE COMMUNITY AS A PUBLIC SERVICE. THIRD SERIES TO BE ANNOUNCED LATER. FIRST SERIES TAPE NO TITLE TAPE NO. TITLE NO. TITLE JAPE NO. TITLE COME IN ANYTIME DAY or NIGHT % __ ** m * \ ■ ■ % ft *,* “muni 4 FREE BLOOD PRESSURE CHECKUP! CALL 956-5080 GLENDALE COMMUNITY DIAGNOSTIC-TREATMENT CENTER 801 South Chevy Chase • Glendale • California 91205

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NOMINEES Women who make the community a better place [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 October 1977

NOMINEES Women who make the community a better place Recipes contributed By Contestants and a club register will be found on Page 7 in the regular run of the paper. Lucy Carreon Jackie Jordan Ginger Shemayme Celia Barella Diana Lejins Doreen Siodmak Norma Setzer Jaclyn Shuttleworth Maria Granja Hortensia Lopez Ellen Hall Rosario Silva Joan AAcElearney Genevieve Holton Mary Jaramillo Irma Montes Debbie Nishinaka

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Diplomat She serves as ambassador in residence [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 October 1977

Diplomat She serves as ambassador in residence Jean Wilkowski, professor in residence and professor diplomat in residence and professor of diplomacy and world affairs at Occidental College, has a long and impressive carreer as a diplomat. She served as vice consul in Trindad, Bogota, Colombia; Milan, Italy. She was also second secretary of the American embassy in Paris and in Chile. The local educator, who received her master’s degree at the University of Wisconsin, was deputy chief of the economics section in Rome and in Honduras. She received the merit of honor on 1969 for control of the visits of President Johnson and Nelson Rockefeller. Ms. Wilkowski also studied at the University of Havana and the University of California Foreign Service Institute.

Publication Title: Highland Park News-Herald & Journal
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Family Counseling [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 October 1977

Family Counseling Northeast Free Clinic, a "labor of love" if there ever was one depends mainly upon woman power to keep its multiple-purpose facilities going. "Donations and dedication" are the "Two D's" that motivate the clinic on Monte Vista where family planning sessions such as the one pictured are held every week day. Chatting with the patient about matters concerning pregnancy and helping her with her questions are Dora Mayoral, Robyn Ziebert, director; Dee Dorn, counseling administrator; and Lupe Romero, community health worker.

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 October 1977

s # I c 0 H L N \ P L P S 0 # 0 L L w \\ SPECIAL TREATS FOR ALL THE GOOD LITTLE BOYS & GIRLS AND THEIR HAPPY HOLIDAY HOMES NOW THROUGH OCTOBER 15th STOCK ON HAND ONLY BEAUTIFUL WOOD KITCHEN CABINETS PREFINISHED PANELING VI in TWENTY FEET OF NEW KITCHEN NOT A STARTER SET BUT A FULI, RICH 20' OF IST QUALITY, All WOOD, PREFINISHED CABINETS COMPLETE WITH FORMICA* TOP, STAINLESS STEEL SINK AND FAUCETS CUSTOMIZED TO FIT YOUR KITCHEN - BUY NOW & SAVE $300.00 I 699 ALL FIRST QUALITY 4 xB' PANELS ON SALE 'genuine' COLOR HEADLINER WOOOGRAIN WALNUT PRUTS 1 99 3 99 5 99 13” TEAK OAK 15” HARD6OARD KARD6OARD All WOOD AND MOR o •• *» O' C 7 SAVE ON PANELS AND SAVE 20% ON MOLDING HARDWOOD LUMBER \ y I S A 3 WROUGHT IRON 3’ GATES FROM 9,99 4’ ECON RAILS 4.99 8’ WROUGHT RAILS FROM 19.99 PATIO POSTS 5.99 BATHROOM VANITIES ” VANITY FAUCETS Formica* Tops 19 VANITY N MIRROR w COSMETIC BOX *l3” f 21x32 > STAINLESS SINKS $29” IDEAL FOR HANDCRAFTED FURNITURE ART GIFTS ALDE...

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About 'Little Wing' [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 October 1977

About 'Little Wing' Ginger Shemayme whose other name is “Little Wing,” has much to do with the Indian culture of this country. She serves as Vice chairman of the American Indian Commission!, participates in all-Indian career days at UCLA and serves as American Indian curriculum researcher, in addition to numerous other activities. “A person’s responsibility to his country and community is a very personal thing. One responsibility, I feel we all share is awareness. It is necessary to be as socially and politically aware as possible. In addition to her community involvement. Ginger Shemayme receives a special vote of confidence from her children who call her “the best mom in the world. ”

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DOROTHY POWERS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 October 1977

DOROTHY POWERS Mrs. Aaron Powers, wife of the pastor of Faith United Presbyterian Church, not only adopts numerous homeless children, but “adopts” the entire community on holidays when the church serves holiday dinners to those who have no home ties.

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Keeping up with times [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 October 1977

Keeping up with times Times have changed since giris wore "gym bloomers" and induig ed in very few active sports. Symbolic of the times is Ruth Berkey (center) who has been named director of athletics at Occidental College, one of the few women ever to hold such a spot. Ms. Berkey served as dean of women at the college, 1963 68 and also coached volleyball, basketball, softball and tennis. She's a member of the Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for women and the NCAA Women's Athletic committee and also listed in Who's Who Among American Women.

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ER woman aids community ... [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 October 1977

ER woman aids community ... Eleanor Duffy, who owns Eagle Rock Academy of Fine Arts, has seen many of her protogees (most of them talented children) go on to successful professional lives. In addition to providing the arts with top talent, Ms. Duffy maintains a rigorous schedule of public service, serving with the Eagle Rock Chamber of Commerce, LACE, Business and Professional Women and many other groups. She is also well known city-w f ide on the Greek Theatre Advisory Committee and has been active in numerous political campaigns. The petite Mrs, Duffy is herself a talented dancer .. . enjoys cooking with her secret Italian recipes, handed down for generations. She is the mother of four children. Eleanor Duffy

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Diana and the ski patrol to the 'rescue' [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 October 1977

Diana and the ski patrol to the ' rescue' Pretty Diana Lejins of South Pasadena really “thinks snow.” She’s press secretary for the Southern California Region of National Ski Patrol, and a member of the Far West Ski Association. She is also interested in the plight of the deaf individual and serves as an interpreter for those with hearing loss at Pasadena City College.

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 October 1977

WARREN STATIONERS Salute “The WOMEN THE YEAR-'ROUND ” We help them and their families and friends enjoy those holidays and “special occasions” all the more. They shop us for those “just right” cards, games and party goods. • The business gals choose from our large selection of office supplies. So-please-Step Up & Sign in Ladies! WARREN STATIONERY 5716 N. Figueroa St. 254-6383 ANNOUNCEMENT THE NEWEST HEALTH CARE FACILITY IN YOUR AREA *V , - m GLENDALE COMMUNITY DIAGNOSTIC AND TREATMENT CENTER PROVIDES ALL MEDICAL SERVICES UNDER ONE ROOF. FAMILY PHYSICIANS, PEDIATRICIANS. SURGEONS AND INTERNAL MEDICINE AVAILABLE FOR ALL YOUR FAMILY HEALTH CARE NEEDS. NOW OPEN PEDIATRIC CLINIC (FOR CHILDREN) EMERGENCY SERVICE OPEN TO SERVE YOU 24 HOURS A DAY-7 DAYS A WEEK COME IN FOR YOUR FREE BLOOD PRESSURE CHECKUP ANYTIME DAY OR NIGHT GLENDALE COMMUNITY DIAGNOSTIC AND TREATMENT CENTER 801 SOUTH CHEVY CHASE DRIVE. GLENDALE (South of Colorado Street) FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OR APPOINTMEN...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 October 1977

YARDAGE CENTER OFFERS 20% DISCOUNT ON ALL MERCHANDISE EXCEPT SALE ITEMS FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER, 1977 IN HONOR OF ALL YOU OPEN 9:30 AM. TO 6 P.M DAILY FRIDAY TILL 7 P M. BankAmericarq LOVELY LADIES! • DRAPERY DRESS & UPHOLSTERY FABRICS • LACE • TRIMMINGS • BUTTONS • NOVELTIES • PATTERNS • NOTIONS [XPERT ADYia 256-2611 5701 N. FIGUEROA ST. IN HIGHLAND park (Please bring In this ad) master charge;

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'Rock' artist [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 October 1977

'Rock' artist Dory Grade, noted artist, whoe oils and water colors are seen in many shows and private collections, lives on an Eagle Rock hilltop where she paints what she sees, glorifying the rock that gave Eagle Rock its name. Ms. Grade, mother of five, not only paints prolifically, but is teaching art techniques in local adult schools this year. She is also president of Eagle Rock High PTA.

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Three R's studied by BPW [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 October 1977

Three R's studied by BPW Long before there was ‘‘Women’s Lib” there was BPW (Business and Professional Women’s Clubs), a national alliance of women dedicated to three “Rs” . . . “Rights, responsibility and results.” Holding office in the Eagle Rock Chapter this year are; Mona Britt, president ; Catherine Deras, first vice president; Helen Moors, second vice president; Anna Lea Rogers, recording secretary; Joan Thompson, corresponding secretary; Lucy Quirk, treasurer. Mae Fertig has been appointed parliamentarian and directors are Helen Keating and Rose Garofalo. THE WORKING WOMAN More than 170,000 women are members of Business and Professional Women’s Clubs throughout the United States. These are working women whose purpose as members of the BPW is to help working women. The BPW is a club tbat.is continually studying researching working for the betterment of women everywhere. Members include secretaries, judges, realtors, nurses, bookkeepers, executives, typists, lawyers, clerks— et...

Publication Title: Highland Park News-Herald & Journal
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