The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on April 10, 1946 · 12
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 12

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Wednesday, April 10, 1946
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2 Co0 artgelcs Cfmes Part I-WED., APRIL 1 0, 1 946 Democrats Plan to Give Show for Jackson Day BY THE WATCHMAN The way we get it, this Jack- eon Day celebration at the Shrine April IS is going to be a wow of a show rather than a feast. It is going to range from the solemnity of a memorial tribute to Jackson and Roosevelt to hi larity and a political speech by Henry A. Wallace, although not in that order or tempo. There will be a rather solemn prologue, with darkness suddenly cracked by a spotlight and there stand3 Edward G. Robin son or Bob Kenny. He goes through his stuff and then boom! the spotlight is on Bette Davis, who recites the Gettysburg Address (what's that Republican doing in the house!) Then a song and the Wallace speech. " Get Minds Oft Rows The serious phase of the show over, the entertainment comes In and there will be a roster of screen and radio stars to keep everybody happy and their minds off Bourbon quarrels for a couple of hours. No fooling, look: Danny Kaye, Jack Benny, Burns and Allen, Frank Sinatra, Mickey Rooney, Lena Home, Dinah Shore just to mention some of the lesser lights. (If we were plugging the show we would give you the good "ones. This is all outlined to us by the press agent, just to give us a rough idea.) How do you get in? By invi tation. You get an invitation with a $10 cash pledge on the barrelhead. It's $10 per each, No bar to Republicans attend ing. Ticket headquarters at the State Democratic headquarters in the Biltmore. Full House Expected The Shrine holds 6500 and a sellout is expected. George Jes- sel is master of ceremonies and George Hixon general chairman. Tom. Scully, finance chairman, says 87 per cent of the funds collected remain in the party's Southern California cash drawer, We are assured that there will be no panhandling for dough during the show. Not like when Dannv Kave was singing the time the Old Curmudgeon was here last year and Darmy had to stop and say for $1000 in the hat he would sing something better, or to that effect. When you pay your 10 bucks this time you get your Invitation and you are in. ' Candidates in 21st For several days we have been trying to get in word here that those folks in the 21st Congressional District, which lies partly In Los Angeles County, will have on their ballot in the June primary two candidates for Con- - v A Timet cboto FIRST COPY Cliff Cooper, left, notional director of . the U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce, presents Gov. Warren with first copy of the organization's yearbook. Gov. Warren Paid Honor by U.S. Junior Chamber United States Junior Chamber j of Commerce officers honored Gov. Warren yesterday by pre-! senting him the first copy of a silver anniversary yearbook of their organization. , The 240-pag pictorial history tells how the national prganiza-tionfor young businessmen has grown until it has more than 100,000 members between the ages of 21 and 35. Cliff Cooper, national director in charge erf publio relations, gave the book to the Governor, acting on behalf of Henry Kerns, Pasadena,, national president, who is traveling in the East Other junior chamber executives attended the ceremony at the Biltmore. The Governor said he Is returning to Sacramento to complete a lengthy Central Valley Project report for Congress. The Army Engineers are considering Mow Christian Science Heals To be not only interested and enlightened, but to be profoundly refreshed and even healed of disease, has been the experience of countless thousands in reading the Christian Science textbook, SCIENCE and HEALTH with Key to the Scriptures hy Mary Baker Eidy For the book shows clearly that our thoughts determine our health and other experience, and it supplies the thougnts, the concepts of ourselves, our capabilities, and our relationships, ofiife and of God, as its source, which make experience harmonious. . The complete explanation of Christian Science and its scientifically Christian method of overcoming sickness and other distresses and limitations is given in this volume. A book for everyone to understand and use. $3.50 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOMS 435 S. Spring St 7th and Spring Sts. 15 Vaa Nny Bid. LOS ANGELES Also at approximately 100 other Christian Science Reading Rooms ia Los Angeles and vicinity. See telephone directory for the one nearest vou. These Reading Rooms are open to the public for the study of the Bible, the works of Mary Eater Eddy, and other Christian Science literature, without charge, and for the purchase of these publications. gress: Lowell E. Lathrop, Republican, and Harry R. Shep-pard, the Dejmocratic incumbent. More about them later. The Democratic County Com mittee meeting tonight will to elude- a memorial service for Franklin JX Roosevelt. proposals for construction to total $400,000,000 and the Bureau of Reclamation an - additional $1,800,000,000. Warren will explain which of the suggested 65 dams he con siders most essential now and will' make recommendations dri the advisability of later construc tion of others. ' Mulville Ballot- Plea Lost in Court Superior Judge Henry M. Wil lis yesterday denied a writ of mandate asked by Atty. William C. Ring to compel County Regis trar of Voters Donoghue to rec ognize a petition to place the name of Municipal Court Referee Nod I. Mulville on the ballot as Republican candidate for Con gress from the 14th District. Donoghue decided that of 40 signatures on the petition, 28 were bona "fide. Of the 12 dis puted names, he said, six were those of persons "living entirely out of the district and six were on the wrong side of the divid ing street. Ring claimed that interpretation of the rules had been too rigid. Beery's Will Ignores Widow Containing no provision for his widow, a will signed by Noah Beery Sr., 64, veteran film char acter actor, three days before his death was filed for probate yesterday In Superior Court. The document was presented by Beery's son, Noah Jr., 32, himself a western film player, who is named executor. While listed in the probate petition as one of the heirs at law, the widow, Mrs. Marguerite W. L. Beery, is not named in the will, dated last March 28. She resides with her son at 13415 Cantara St, Van Nuys, and had lived apart from her husband for many years before his death. Bequest to Secretary Bequests ' of $5000 each are made to the older Beery's secre tary and business manager, Mrs. Marie E. Blodgett, and to his brother, William C. Beery. Mrs. Blodgett also is given all the actor's clothing, jewelry and personal effects. All the remainder of the estate,' whose value is given only as "in excess of $10,- 000," is bequeathed to Noah Jr. The will had provided that if Noah Jr. were unable to serve as executor his place should be taken by his uncle, Wallace Beery, the film comedian and character actor. The petition was filed through Attys. Gang, Kopp & Tyre. Chicago Haircut Prices to Rise CHICAGO, April 9. (Beginning next Monday haircuts in Chicago 'will cost $1 on weekdays and $1.25 on Saturdays and days preceding holidays, a boost of 15 and 25 cents, respectively, over current prices. Shaves will cost 65 cents, a hike of 15 cents. The Chicago Master Barbers Association announced the new prices after barbers petitioned for higher wages. They are demanding $45 weekly guarantee, plus 60 per cent of receipts" over $60, as compared to $32.20 and 60 per cent over $46. EX-RAIL CHIEF JEFFERS' WIFE TAKEN BY DEATH Mrs. Lena. A. Jeffers, 68, wife of William Martin Jeffers, vice-chairman of the board of directors of the Union Pacific Railroad, died yesterday at St. Joseph's Hospital in Burbank following a prolonged illness. Rosary will be recited tomorrow at 8 p.m. at the Cunningham & O'Connor Chapel, 850 W. Washington Blvd. A requiem mass will be celebrated Friday at 10:30 a.m. at St Charles Church, 10830 . Moorpark St., North Hollywood, with Rev. Marcel Keliher, nephew of Mrs. Jeffers, officiating. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Mrs. Jeffers was born at North Platte, Neb., and there was married to Jeffers on June 12, 1900. Jeffers, former president of the railroad, purchased ' Shamrock Corners, an estate in To-luca Lake, last August and the family had lived there since. Mrs. Jeffers also leaves a daughter. Miss Eileen Keliher Jeffers. A graduate of St. Mary's Academy at Salt Lake City, Mrs. Jeffers was active in church and charity affairs until taken ill. Dairy Pay Rises to Be Discussed Consideration of upward auV justment of wage rates for dairy employees will be discussed at a hearing before the California Wage Board at a metting tomorrow at 10:30 a.m. In tha American Legion Hall at Hynes, John E. Cooter, executive offl-cer of the board, announced yesterday. . EXECUTIVES OVER 40! Yh r ivft4 H mk mm mt Mr -prttt mptorncnt mviw. National Astaelattd litcstlm Hormmrly 40 olut) 412 W. 6th It., Urn. 41S. VA. M10 Clipper Hops for Honolulu For the first time since Pearl Harbor, a Pan American World Airways Clipper took off from Southern California yesterday for Honolulu. 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