California Pasadena Independent Newspaper Archives Mar 17 1958, Page 3

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Independent, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1958, Pasadena, CaliforniaMagazines going abroad magazines Are being loaded aboard a truck will sent to Manila Saigon Vietnam by members of the Pasadena fire department Pasadena Junior club left to right arc mrs. Jack Calhoun mrs. Kenneth Mcalpine h. D. Lopez Tom Smith de Praleau Transfer company owner Herb Cole Stan Glass. Dog in the picture the fire Mascot Friendship league Junior women sending magazines of Manila the Pasadena Junior Woro aging for bundles of our Lead in s club has shipped 50 boxes of magazines to the american embassy in Manila 100 boxes to Saigon Vietnam. Teachers of English reports prof. Albert croissant head of magazines for Friendship inc., a nation wide organization born in Pas Adena continue to write beg you 3m mar. 17, 1958 a morning Dally newspaper published at Pasadena. Calif. Home delivery j1.75 a month mail sunday 75r per month daily 11.75 per month in Advance news stand 10c daily. 15c sunday. Second class mail privileges authorized at Pas Dena Post office. Qualified to accept Legal Advertis ing by Superior court order Pasa ing american magazines. The Pasadena Junior women s club has Many of its members mailing magazines directly abroad to individuals groups. The members Are also trying to encourage Church groups clubs it As to do the same thing. Interested persons who want to Send magazines May do so by rolling a Magazine up in an envelope addressing Jit to Usis chief any american embassy or a letter for Friendship Occidental col lege los Angeles for addresses where to Send the Maga Zines. St by 5-6811 or by 1-8188. Suburb i military ban offices 121 s. First ave. Nadia. I 8-4671. Makes Honor Roll Spence Vaughn son of or mrs. John v. Vaughn 1199 Sherwood rd., san Marino has been named to the Dean s Scho ?al10 Latte Honor Roll at Kemper school Boonville Battu Royal looms cond Orff Fly of Knight san Jose. Gov. Good Smittee voted 29 to 7 Friday to Luscom Motet report endorsing the governor by a was just three Days Short of serving 26 months of a three win 3. Knight yesterday cited mayor George Chris Gopher of san Francisco m. The contest for endorse a to l for income tax ment of the Recob it remained for the sentence for income us can Assembly As the gop venial right to work provide most at yes. The tally 109 to 44, with convention. Two delegates not voting. The convention by about endorsement of k n i g h t two thirds standing vote to Bis came at the final session of proved a Resolution favouring the annual convention of the submitting the proposal of out 0000 member Republican Law the Union shop in Cal for Samish a former body. The Cra also old sen. Nia to the people their for the liquor Industry m William f. Knowland for gov acceptance or California had on dark glasses Emor. Assemblyman Caspar w. Weinberger of san fran for attorney general it. Gov. Harold j. Powers con troller Robert c. Kirkwood state treasurer a. Ronald but on Secretary of state Frank m. Jordan. Stays in fight i atm Nunn. Nomar. Make it. Sex lobbyist freed from Federal pen Fram Mcneil Island Penitentiary yesterday headed Back for the state said be controlled. J the 60-Yearom californian Azusa Board opposes state preferred route the Board of trustees of Thel no further North than glad-1 Azusa City school District has Stone Christopher served notice he adopted a Resolution opposing was staying in the fight for the state preferred route on authorized a previously an Nouni i Bond election for Knowland s seat dispatching the Foo Thlu freeway through on May 20. His confidential Secretary Cra floor strategist mrs. Paricia Connich to Southern California to arrange for his would leave a narrow strip spent As population growth Azusa. A route along first Street of the Ould be used for immediate needs with the remainder to speaking tour there. Yesterday s action on the Senate candidates was relative y Calm with the underdog Christopher forces limiting their efforts to introduction of a minority report in behalf of their candidate. Racial Issue there was no mention of the racial Issue raised by Christopher when he charged that Knight gave direct Sanc Tion to publication of a Scur Rilous piece of literature which Christopher claimed reflected on his greek ancestry. Knight denied having any knowledge of the leaflet Knight was regarded As a Strong favorite going into the final voting. The Cra s candidates fact finding com of the District South of the warrants. Freeway would also be too near Paramount school said. Two administrative positions Itjin the District were ordered created for the 1958-59 school instead recon year a coordinator of Currick mended that the route instructional Materi moved South to Arrow High gals an attendance Way or if this is not welfare candidate kicks off Campaign Prescott o. Lieberg the re publican fact finding commit tee s candidate for Congress in the 25th congressional District will make a whirlwind Campaign tour a Rama today As a kick off to his coming Pri Mary contest following a breakfast rally at the Alhambra Elk s club Lieberg will tour throughout the District during the entire Day winding up at dinner in West Covina at the South Hills country club. I wish to said Lieberg that i am in this congressional race not Only to win but to Supply the Type of Campaign which Dick Nixon Pat Hillings have always the Lieberg Campaign tour a Rama will be conducted in a special bus the schedule includes the kick off breakfast in Alhambra a morning cof fee hour in al Monte a lunch Eon in Whittier an afternoon reception Tea in Pomona the dinner rally at the South Hills country club. Now thru March 33 Hollywood Park Calif omit my m show seven acres of fiord Beauty breath taking hawaiian Garden landscape Garden ideas amazing animal Plant zoo Many other attractions Dii if ail Kerr Kmit cent iou Hooi Prairie ave., Between Manchester Century Tut club has icily cont Mma m Ruu. Fact lots the True Story u a of How St. Patrick rip Ireland of snakes by Garnet Bryan the Irish being a notion More of poets than accountants cannot Tell you precisely when Patrick a Bishop of Rome was born. For this there is some excuse for Patrick Wos born in Rome there were few irishmen in Rome at the time which was about 372 . Now Ireland the Emerald Isle bless was a Pagan land when St. Patrick arrived being inhabited by some irishmen who were no doubt fond of Pagan refreshments she was also inhabited by Many snakes. It was not St. Patrick s purpose to Deal with the great Snake prob Lem. He came to Ireland to save the irishmen from themselves a Job that s been going on for thousands of years it has. Gamut Butan now of m not main in to Tell you that St. Patrick had no influence in Ireland. That he did. There s a Many a lad o the name o Patrick will Tell you without your Askin of him that Patrick s the of Ines noblest name a Man can Bear. And there s Many a lad knows a a rare beast in Ireland with or without refreshments leprechauns there be but snakes there be not. It s Learnin that St. Patrick brought to Ireland. Learnin gentler More civilized ways. That s Why on the 17th of March of every year since about the year 460 when he died we Honor St. Patrick. And if you la be Askin of me where you can go for More Learned gentler More civilized cleaning i la be tellin you there s no Wiser thing that you or any other lad or Colleen can do than to Call by 6-4335" or bring them to copyrighted it by brits cleaners dyers s44 South Amoro Pam War this is your red Cross on the you through Home service if there s a Serviceman in your family. Through health safety to make your life safer happier. Through Junior red Cross if you have a child in school. Through the blood program if a member of your family is sick or injured. Through Volunteer services if you want to serve the Community. Through your gift made each year during the March fund membership drive. Give now to Pasadena red Cross chapter 250 e. Colorado St. Pasadena California Safe savings sound i two convenient p Asad e n a log Atio n s Green at los Robles foothill Rosemead shopping Center

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