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Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
dec i r 'fou, IN 'CHI m il Sufh/i/tf ' A« For Classified Ads Call 254-5111 TENNIS SHOE SALE you don't have to buy 2 pair... buy as many as you want ONLY 9 / am BLACK OR WHITE. HIGH OR LOW. SIZES ll*2i ZVr&amp;t 6%12. PER PAIR &amp; POPULAR ROPE-AROUHD SOLE. IN BLACK OR WHITE. FADED RED OR BLUE DENIM. YEAH I YEAH I YEAH I Karrs has ’em,..the genuine BEATLES SNEAKERS "*• 5907 N. FIGUEROA 2632 N. BROADWAY ,-iyth m . ■ ■ ' ,! ir: ? 1 ■A %. *h i ’ wk: - I * *1 ' ■:■ «;C : ' f §&amp;;, '4 » * *•■■■ L « mmm . \ • - ■■ * 4&gt; «* % *1 ■ k *•- # -/k -t . ‘ ' v '.k&amp;*t f W* i, - -; ■■ ' «*■'*!•• M ■,■■?'* « «-■ Mfegf ■ •* "I V*» Ws fif. A-i *vp ■4 ■ s 4i ■ a * BNSW ,%f w:m r f-¥ ¥««&amp;* % % 4»;v ft Uterks.-.-~*N? s 4 ar #a f ■'■*’■ * I «*«* : Jwrf*. - 9 : ' sr &gt;J? if-!-m- : &lt;v “I SAW YOUR AD IN TODAY’S PAPER.” Speaking it the womorj active in the world of butinett who It «*«king good utod furniture for the recreation r...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
tfe ivDKnfofmoHi ffisrir* AftUOSfi - s s rur^DBMM»(WMOU CMAMTMMiWWHM Pfc'DKMMMD PMUOKPKA, • IfMU M&amp; A mtHm •! CAUfORMA MWCAI ASSOCIATION Dr. Mortons first successful elective appendectomy «u mad* possible by listers introduction of antiseptic surgery. Before this lime, abdominal operations almost always resulted in fatal infeotion, and most surgeons followed the rule; “Never open an abdomen Million, must have died of ruptured appendix, sMsdiaapoSad as Bibose Chorllck” or “typhlitis." Since 1807, millions of lives have been saved by timely appendectomies. Legal Notices JKI knM If! ckrtificatb of aukiNKM. FICTITIOUS NAME Th* undersigned doe* oerty they e conducting a business at 6UU 8. Huntington Drive, Los Angela* H, California, under the flctltloua firm name of Argentina Upholeterr. Co., and that eald firm le composed of the following parsond). whoa* named) 1r full and placed) of realdenc* are aa folMarcos Enrique Charca. Alfred* Svedaa. Juan J. Nutkowlc*. All of the abo...
Long Beach Freeway Many facts, figures discussed at hearing [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
Long Beach Freeway Many facts, figures discussed at hearing Editorials The freeway hearing last Thursday was an interesting community experience. Out of It we may draw several thoughts, which we interpret generally as follows: 1) Not one individual person or one single dty wants a freeway or is willing to say so. 2) If a freeway “must” come through, the certain reaction of all individuals and all cities (except South Pasadena) is to route it through the other fellow’s property. 3) As a “foolproof” out, Pasadena and all of its citizens groups were unanimous that the best place for the Long Beach freeway extension is in Los Angeles. 4) Los Angeles, not having been forewarned that it might be “threatened” by something called a “Figueroa canyon route,” was not present to defend itself, but will be heard from. 5) In a showdown, Pasadena will think only of its own Interests, and cares not what may happen to South Pasadena or Los Angeles. 6) If the whole thing could be dismissed as a bad d...
The Cop on the Beat [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
The Cop on the Beat Policemen In America’s third largest city, patrolling their beats in squad cars with electronic communications, may consider the term “cop” as lack- . ing in dignity, especially during National Police Week, but It was not always so, for the word was once used with affection and respect The pity -of a sprawling megalopolis and an age of automation is that the personal relationship between citizens and policemen has all but disappeared. The only time that the average city-dweller has contact with a policeman is when he becomes involved in trouble. Two generations ago, the friendly “flat-foot,” who walked the neighborhood block, knew everybody by their first, names and through his personality and sympathetic help was often able to apply “preventive therapy” to lower the incidence of crime. In spite of scientific methods and radio networks, the . problem of crime control is more , complex and Challenging than ever. It is still true, as Gilbert and Sullivan sang, that...
DO YOU KNOW? [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
DO YOU KNOW? t When did “In God We Trust” first appear on American coins? ' 3. Are portraits of living parsons ever used on United States coins? X Which president, closed all the banks in the i United States within a few 1 houss after becoming president? L In UM, upon m twocent bronze oota. X No, unless you count the Indian who poaed lor M* Indian-head pennyX Franklin Delano Booeeveit, in IMS,
AFTER HOURS ; ' j i'j ■ ' ; Haves and Have Nats [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
AFTER HOURS ; ' j i'j ■ ' ; Haves and Have Nats By JOHN MORUt PITTSBURGH I have been back to the atates, from my recent newsbeat to the headline areas around the world, long enough to reflect more objectively on what I saw. In several columns I will recap for our readers my Impressions on the spot, as they agree or disagree with the general thinking back home. President Johnson's recent statement that we are loved the world over should be taken with a grain of salt. It is the usual political rhetoric expressed by a master of political rhetoric: We are undoubtedly respected by most of the world . , . but loved by few. This has been my experience in covering the world since 1931. The reason we are not loved is mainly the reason few rich are loved by the poor. A rich nation, as a rich person, with some exceptions, is envied, resented and even disliked by the less rich. A people who are dieting cannot somehow be loved by a people who are starving. Our foreign aid and giveaway* undoubted...
LAW IN ACTION [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
LAW IN ACTION WAIVE BS A driver giving a misleading hand signal may be held to blame for the barm that results. Likewise, a pedestrian who misleads a driver may find that he has no legal claim if he gets hurt as a, result ~ Take Patsy, for example. On a sunny day she went walking and bad to cross a busy six lane street divided by a concrete strip. The crosswalks had signals Patsy was a slow walker. She walked half way across the street, then paused as if to rest on the concrete divider. Thinking she would stay there, Jones drove on and hit bier when she seemed to change her mind and stepped off the curb. Patsy was hurt and later sued Jones. As a rule, the crosswalk pedestrian has the right-of-way. In a lawsuit the burden is on the driver to show that the walker had waived hie claim to the right-of-way. Here the court ruled for Jones: Although Patsy had the right-of-way, she . had "waived” it, that is. by' her actions she had yielded it. By her pause she bad created a reasonable infe...
■ ' HOPE ETBtNAI v Civic Center Spotlight [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
■ ' HOPE ETBtNAI v Civic Center Spotlight By WDCHY CUMMINGS, CMc Center News A«ency CCNA—Everybody love* a guy who to generous with hto time in trying to make other* happy and that to one reason Bob Tacky East" Hope was honored the other night by the Greater Lo■ Angeles Press dub. Packy East was the name Hope fought under, with indifferent sucoess, when be cpme to Cleveland from England. where he was born Leslie Townes Hope May 39, 1903. It to not often that I get to take part in a $25 per plate dinner so I am shelving a good controversial subject in order to discuss Hope and his Headliner of the Year award. It fits into the civic center format of this column for some of the speakers and many of the guests are familiar faces in the halls of local government. THIS COLUMN CENSORED I didn’t start taking notes until Pat Buttram got off the crack about how Bob Hope invented the •'Umbo" dance while trying to get inside a pay toilet. There was so much laughter then that I decided to share ...
HOW ABOUT nun The 24 fh Letter [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
HOW ABOUT nun The 24 fh Letter ■K WUfIUO DCUQUBI TODAY’S EYE-OPENER) BaOote ere the rightful and peaceful wcceeaors of bullets. —Abraham I lumrto • • • LITTLE ORPHAN Xi The moat neglected letter of our alphabet U the letter X. fewer word* begin with X than with any other letter. In our 1433-page dealt dictionary, the Xworda fill only one page. It la the lame-duck among letter*. It ha* no distinctive sound e( It* own. In science, X. meena an tnknown, or something that no longer eodata. in social Watery,. X is the symbol of illiteracy. Many legal documents In my manuscript collection are signed with X by these who could not write their own names: “X. Ws mark.- This curious maverick letter that infiltrated our .alphabet from- the Greek, has had-but tarn triumphs: sines ancient'times, it has steed for the name o t Christ, and at the bottom of a letter, X signifies a Vl—- • • • THE 810 PARADE: In the Halted States, far a taw brief weeks, ones each four years, X assumes aa extrademocracy....
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
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Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
N. FIGUEROA at AVE. 45 NEXT TO SHOPPERS MARKET OPEN 9 AM. to 10 PM. 7 DAYS A WEEK eOT WAX PAPER HMITH id BIAIfTY *IPB | SPECIAL OFFER FROM LI /S--ONf tout 6UMUMTS SWISS CALENDAR WATCH »14*» VALUE M.M.T* PLUS USTEMNE WRAPPER 14-OZ. SIZE REG Me GET ORDER BLANKS IN STACYS TOOTH PASTE SPECIAL! IPOiM ONLY COMPARABLE VALUE *285 ie Vv 12S FOOT ROLL RIG. 25c STAMPS / DAYS SALE THURSDAY thru SUNDAY MAY 14 Ibra MAY 17.19*4 MR. CLEAN LIQUID CUANR PEG 2MI bottle M PERSONAL SIZE IVORY A 5 4/27e SEGO LIQUID DIRT 4 ID OZ. CAN EM. 27c ORCHID 9* 2/21 c RED-E-LURE MOTOR OIL ’ FULL QUART REG. 2/33 c RVIRAIN # OSCILLATING fPRINKLIR Evoroln oscillating sprinkler sot ’* spray dial lets you spray ora* you wont outemotieolly. 55.95 VALUE CYCOLAC IT BORG WARNER s 3«* RAKE-EZS RAKE Roho-Etae roho hot o durable plastic hood of "Cyeolo*" that will not ru«t. Large 22” sweep. VALUE S«AT $2.19 M FT. PLASTIC GARDM HOSE Dur«bU 40 foot pissfis fsrdsn botGo Ouirittud for ID yotrs. «.9» $fM VALUE “ W 3 ARM • REVOLVING...
Page 20 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
SHOPPERS MARKETS cj) Shoppers A MARKETS M AMERICA WITH SALE DAYS THURSDAY tfcra WEDNESDAY MAY 14 ton MAY 20. 1964 TAX COLLECTS) ON TAXAILC ITEMS SAV E ...SAVE.. .SAVE CRISCO I INCLUDES Be OFF LABEL LB. CAN SAVE ..SAVE.. .SAVE...SAVE...SAVE WE GIVE DUIE Cl BLEACH WHITE " KING GALLON PLASTIC GIANT BOX INCLUDES !•« OFF SAVE • -rf t 20* ' ' 4 ■ CAL-FAME' ORANGE TOWEI FROZEN 6-OZ. CANS SAVE REG. ROLL SAVE lie ...SAVE.. .SAVE.. .SAVE-. .SAVE • SUGAR COOKIES • OATMEAL COOKIES • GOLDEN DELIGHT COCONUT • MACAROON CHOCOLATE DROK 89* REG. PUGS. FANCY ||Wleadia. • MEXICAN DINNER • lEEF ENCHILADA DINNER • CHEESE ENCHILADA DINNER • lEEF TACO DINNER YOUR CHOICE X-L-N • Qimi* EkcKIIWm 0 btl Ene(iiUJ*» G Tiu-Ettti ONION RINGS 4SM-OZ. 9m PKGS. ■ KOLD KIST SIRLOIN MGS. TIPS STEW 2-13-1 I B FROZE PKS.Of ’ ••• roCHE S HOPPERS FRUITS i VEGETABLES r SWEET* JUICY VALENCIA ORANGES LB. CELLO BAG BROWN BERMUDA ONIONS c m NEW CROP • MILO 5C LA | SWEET • YOUNG TENDER CARROTS 2—ls* BUTTER LETTUCE 5* GARDEN FRESH...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 14 May 1964
SHOPPERS MARKETS ‘JSHOP P E R S MARKETS SHOPPERS MARKETS SAVE ...SAVE ...SAVE CBisee AU VEGETABLE INCLUDES S« OFF LABEL ...SAVE... SAVE... SAVE...SAVE. GALLON PLASTIC * • , t. .m * * rrr.ilj. rtta j n : V# : « r * r:- .f? £ v v fig, FIRST M AMERICA WITH *-* SALE DAYS THURSDAY Hn WEDNESDAY MAY 14 Hm MAY 20. 1964 TAX COLLECTED ON TAXAELE ITEMS ’ WE GIVE f i BLUE CHI STAMPS h M J SAVE j i WHITE « KING BLEACH GIANT BOX INCLUDES l«n OFF BBHEE TOWEI SAVE COOKIES FROZE PKO.OJ RO CHI RBYAI H PIE DEL MONTE PINEAPPLEGRAPEFRUIT W HEAD WALLY “THESE ARE LiE ftjsr-jit- ! i u FROM SHOPPERS AND DEL MONTE” And ha should know! Wally Warmbrand, Shoppers Grocery Merchandiser knows what our customers want—quality plus value, and this terrific Dal Monte Garden Show of fine foods proves it! Stock up now mix or match your favorites; A buck goas a long way at Shoppers! LOOKS LIKE HAM! TASTES LIKE HAM! PEACHES $ SLICES OR HALVES U.S. "CHOICE” CHUCK STEAKS A FARMER JOHN SMOKED PICNICS FRUIT COCKTAIL $ NO. 303...