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Eaale Rock Utile League Results [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
Eaale Rock Utile League Results minor league Tigers 11, Dodgers • Tigers 11, Dodgers If Mato 11, Colts « Colts 8, Phils • Standings .. Tigers (4-0) Meta (8-1) Phils (S-l) Dodgers (1-1) Colts (0-1) o—o-o-MAJOR LEAGUE Cubs 11, Reds 8 Pirates 0, Braves 1 Twins 4, Wolves 8 Beds 1, Pirates 4 Braves 81, Twins 1 Cubs SO, Wolves 8 Standings'' v Cubs (4-0) Pirates (8-8) Bravos (8-8 Reds (8-8) Twins (1-8) Wolves (1-8)
HP softball i team in' cit7 playoffs * w , < • [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
HP softball i team in' cit7 playoffs * w , &lt; • Highland Putt softball h« won the North District mM ld-7 rent ec'XmlmMCul! «Dkm last weak it ■ lew Playground. Loading the Highland M onslaught m John Moon who hit sueciHfuOy hi threo trips to tbs plat*, sad was walked ' ones. Be drees in three nu»i 1 thank Melons collected tea hits and drove in toon mi ■ Martar Uangan hit for twesai . drove over one run. I Highland Park now AMw with a 6-0 record in league pisp and a DM for the season.
Eagles second, Lincoln fourth in NL trackfest [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
Eagles second, Lincoln fourth in NL trackfest BY JOHN kOH Lincoln High Lincoln, completing its 1864 track uason, placed fourth in the Northern League final* at Verdugo Hills track with a total of 30Vi point! last Friday. Powerful Belmont captured the finals with 47ft points. Eagle Rock got 40, Verdugo 37V4, Lincoln 30Vi, Franklin 13Vi and Marshall U. Eagle Rock’s great half-mller Ray Schruddar sipped to a record 1:54.0 clocking. Tony Kochlnaa of Lincoln powered through the 440 ahead of everyone with a time of 49.7. Tony also qualified for the city meet with hi* 4th in the hundred. Lincoln's Doug Huff hurtled his way lor a third In the high’s with a thus of 15.7. Bowevqg ** * *• high lump event Ha was no* able to go esrer 5 ft 10 in. Ha ha* Jumped &lt; ft 4 in. and Lincoln expect* much tom Ha next year. Dan Frasier, A-12, took a third in both the broad Junto and in the LB low hurtles. Sky-rider Mm RadaSegm tied with Hahns of MarahaU for third in the pole vault avast The meet ...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
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Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
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Page 17 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
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Page 17 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
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1 Choosing a Career ■" ■■ – ——— Youth should be allowed to make final decision on life's work [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
1 Choosing a Career ■" ■■ - ——— Youth should be allowed to make final decision on life's work By Dr. Leonard Steinberg Counselor and Assistant Professor pf Education daW. State College at LA Many people have the Idea that each of us is fitted for only one very specific Job. You've heard people, say, “Johnny Jones was born to be a surgeon.” “Bob Brown can be a successful salesmanager and nothing else.” ‘There is only one job for Jean Smith, she should be a dress designer.” Fortunately this ia not the case. Both experience and the findings of psychology disprove the theory that a person can fit into only one kind of work. Many men and women who have had one career closed to them have adjusted successfully to other Jobs, sometimes in fields very different from their earlier activities. On the other hand, no one is equally gifted In all respects. Everyone possesses a number of abilities or “aptitudes” some of them strong, others realtively weak. Dr. J. P. Guilford and his students at U3...
'Festival of the holy Spirit’ slated at ES Presbyterian [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
'Festival of the holy Spirit’ slated at ES Presbyterian The .JEI Sereno Community Presbyterian Church, 3606 Portola Ave., will celebrate Pentecost Sunday, a Festival of the Holy Spirit, to honor the Birthday of the Christian Church, on May IT. at U a.m. The Pastor the Rev. Ralph E. Vandersall, Will speak on "The Living Water,’* referring also to the “Dove” and other Biblical symbols of the Holy Spirit, taking his text from I Corinthians 10:4, "And did all drink the same spiritual drink:' for they drank of that spiritual Rock that followed them; and that Bock was Christ.” An additional reference will be Hebrews 10:19-33. The pastor will discuss some of the phases of the Holy Spirit and stimulate us to recover the zeal and the Pentecost power to witness and to be a church that is effective for Christ. There will be. special music by the organist, Mrs. Rista Smith, and the Chancel Choir. At 5 p.m. Sunday there will be a “family night” under the auspices of the Christian Education Commi...
Local Lutherans attend confab [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
Local Lutherans attend confab Representatives and members of 51 Sere no Church of Lutheran Church of Synod attended the 10th biennial convention of the southern district of the Lutheran women's missionary league on May 2-3. They met In the El Cortex Hotel in San Diego. , Local members attending were Mmes. Henry Rathert, Frances Farrar, delegates; and Mmes. Donald Kolb, Walter Sager, Curtis Rourka. Mrs. Richard Kelley was elected president Mrs. Paul Moser of New York, director of women’s activities of the American Bible Society was the key speaker, telling of the shortage of Bttdea and Scripture tracts.
Wilson PTA opens peanut benefit sale [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
Wilson PTA opens peanut benefit sale Wilson PTA’s peanut campaign for its welfare program gets underway this week to raise money "to pay the milk and lunch bill.’’ Board members will be selling peanuts at 50c and $1 a can. For delivery, please call Mrs. Montoya at Ot 2-58W. ■ Club president-elect Mrs. D, A. Rodriguez, attending the California Congress of Parents and Teachers Convention this weak in Sacramento, will be looking for people to serve as chairmen next year. Persons interested in serving on the board, please call Mrs. Rodriguez at CA 2-6267.
'Living Death' told in film on narcotics [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
'Living Death' told in film on narcotics The Narcotic Education Foundation of America, dedicated to the protection of youth, the safeguarding of communities from the narcotic traffic and the solution of this serious problem, will present a film titled "The Dangerous Drug,’’ on May 17 at 7:30 p.m. at El Sereno Lutheran Church, 3304 N. Eastern Ave. A speaker will give important facts regarding the "living death” of narcotics addiction and the immediate need to take action. Every adult and youth in the community is urged to attend. The Couples Club hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Ken Frank will meet at the church for a social evening of fun and food tomorrow at 8 pjn. Carol Funk and Karen Brown will be confirmed at the U a.m. service next Sunday. They will be examined for church membership at the church council meeting on Wednesday, May 13 at 7 p.m.
Food sale slated at Parish School [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
Food sale slated at Parish School Divine Savior Parish will conduct a food tale on Sunday, May 17 on the school grounds at Idell and Cypress Streets. The Parish Council will meet for Its annual dinner at 6:30 p.m. on May 18 at the Bandsten Inn in Eagle Rock. All ladies of the parish are invited. For reservations please call CA 2-4339. Please save papers and rags for the lest drive of the school on May 23-24.
VFW officers installed in joint ceremony here [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
VFW officers installed in joint ceremony here New officers of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post and-Aux-illary, Occidental 2282, were installed in a joint ceremony last Saturday in the organisation’s headquarters, 6401 Ruby St. New Auxiliary officers Installed included Ethel Simos, president; Marie Bardon, senior vice president;. Dorothy Boyce, Junior vice president: Bessie Smith, chaplain; Edna Nagy, treasurer; Lucille Coffee, conductress; Bessie Each, guard; Mabel McMahon, patriotic instructor; Florence McMeekin, secretary; and Velma Famey, assistant secretary. Post officers for the 1964-65 year are Fred W. Haines, commander; Bob Boyce, senior vice commander: Richard C. Dow, Junior vice commander; Elmore Stout, chaplain; Anthony R. Nagy, quartermaster; Joe Sedneed post advocate; Leon Hatfield, post surgeon; and Cameron Elliot, adjutant Anthony Nagy served as master of ceremonies of the Affair as well as installing offfleer of the post. Lee Huber, Seventh District past president, i...
$769 million county budget too high: Dom [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
$769 million county budget too high: Dom A preliminary Budget Utteo ord expenditures of more than $769 million for general county government In fiscal 1964-65 today was presented to the Board of Supervisors by Chief Administrative Officer L. S. Hollinger. “The budget is too high. We must have reductions, no Increases,” said Supervisor Warren M. Dorn. "Public hearings will be held, and each member of the beard will review the budget page by page,” said Dorn, chairman at the board. - • "I’m Convinced we can reduce this budget,” he added. The proposal calls for Increasing the tax rate 27-66 cents per $lOO assessed valuation. County Supervisors today were told by Chairman Warren M. Dorn that amendment to the State Health and Safety Code would result In mandatory triplicate prescriptions for the drug, percodan. Dom said that the County Supervisors Association of California last Friday unanimously approved the amendment and urged Its Introduction at tha current special session of tbs legi...
Danas leave for visit in Italy [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
Danas leave for visit in Italy Off for a visit with relative* in Italy next week ar* John and Anna Dana, longtime mi* dents of Highland Park. Dana is the former owner of a liquor store at Ave. 56 and North Figueroa, a business he sold after 31 years last September. The Danas, whe have sold their home here but pUn to buy another dwelling when they return next year, will be visiting in Mondovt Breo, near Torrlno. Dana said this week that be wanted to “thank all of our friends lor their many year* 0 1 friendship here.” and added that he and the wife will be returning to Highland Park* “because it’s such * wonderful community." The Dana* will travel to New York by train, then board the Independence ship for the trip abroad; Along the way they will Stop at such picturesque spots as Casablanca and Algiers. _ ;•