The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on November 18, 1949 · 17
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V 5 I 4; J ORDINATION The Rev. Paul Grant Satrang, master of ceremonies, puts chasuble on the Rev. George: Bindfey Davidson, new priest, as Dr, George Davfdson, rector of St. John's Church, looks on Episcopal clergy encircle young priest. Bishop Francis Eric Bloy, . to right of crozier held by the Rev, T. Raymond Jones. Bishop's chaplain, wears gold end red Bfshop's mitre in-century-old rites of Episcopal Church. Rector's Son Ordained as Hundreds Look On Ancient Episcopal Ceremony Conducted at St. John's Church by Bishop Bloy The Rev. "George Bindley , Da Vidson, son of Dr. George David-fon, rector of St. John's Episcopal Church, was ordained a priest in the Episcopal Church yester day by the Rt. Rev. Francis Eric Bloy, Bishop of Los Angeles Episcopal Diocese, and assem bled clergy at St. John's Church. In a nave brightened with the brilliant colors ef gold and red chasubles, red vestment3 of ancient design and other priestly garb, more than 600 persons witnessed the ceremony as it unfolded from the Book of Common prayer. Sermon by McLane The rector presented his son as a candidate following a short ser? Hion by the Rev. James' h. McLane, rector of St, Matthias Church. - . As the Bishop's Charge, the Litany and Introit gave way to xerosi s Mass in u Minor sung by the St. Matthias choir from the rear balcony, the service moved forward to the hymn, Executive Posts Filled by '40 Plus' Placement during the past year of 37 qualified. men who are 40 years old or more: in executive positions with salaries from $6000 to $22,000 a. year, was announced yesterday by; ther"40 PlusAsso ciation. ' : ; . A co-operative group, devoted, to obtaining jobs for men wha have reached the 40-year marlq or high er, the association- is headed by Jesse W. Sanger, who was recent ly re-elected to his third consecu tive ' term as president of "40 Plus." : ' Operating on a voluntary basis with no cost to either employer er employee, "40 Plus"" has its headquarters In the California Department of Employment at 525 8 Flower St Bowler Gives City $1000 for Greens Glendale City Councilmen accepted a $1000 check yesterday from H. M.-Parser, a citizen who enjoys lawn bowling.' Parker stipuated that" William A: Burr, parks superintendent, use the money to equip the Glendale Central Park adult recreation center with bowling green paraphernalia, such as lockers, canvas mats and score boards. SERVICES FRU S:39 at thssa TEMPLES ETH OAVID. 320 E. Valley, Pan Gabriel Rabbi: Ed.ard Zerin. CX. J323a BETH HILLEL, North Hollrvvxt 12526 Rver.irle tr. tV. 23621 . Rabbi: Mortal Bunn BETH IHOLOM. Santa Monica 19th 1'alilnrnia Ml 8M. 43340 Rabbi: Laorertea A. Black . ISAIAH. CnUer City. TK- 0JS28 . HabM: Albert Cardiff Ave, FritiaT Kie. Prrici, 3200 Motor Ate. TEMPLE EMANUEL. of Bewly Hilia and Wrtood. Ot. 48338 . Slt44 WMthin BIH., Beverly BiUs Kabhi: Beiet:t Hunul " Senrirea eety Friday at 8:30 P.M. TEMPLE ISRAEL P HOLLYWOOD. " 7JOO UoUywood Bird. HO. 8-7231 Kabbi: Dr. Max "nfbaum Sabbath Smc Friday, 8:30 p. n. Ir. Max Ntisabaum will pak on "Srw TrmU in Amnrl Jfub lafa Babbath Morninic fenires Sat. 11 a. m. I.EO BA8CK TtMCLt. 1Q1 W. OimBie Bl. Rabbi Leonard Bnrman. AR. 37790 VrlLSWIRt BLVD. TEMPLE, toe Annies W,i,hir A Hobart Bird. DC. 8-2401 Babbi Ktsar F WsntT C.l. ' Fanbi Mtiottl H. Dubin. IX.B. Rabbi Alfred Wolf. .H l, Pabbath :e 8-ricea. FruHy. 8:SO p.m. BaM iUiw l Pubia uprak a UAttY. ' SMen AH. Saturday. W M a.m. Ra!i A;trt t tv't ftabbt Maanin tpraea. KFWBSua.. :1S .m Vr!o if American Ha&rtw Conrresatlons- ill h'oltywood Blvd. HI. 1253 EeforEjsMempIcs . t 4 :. "lliSM ill r ' y j 3 "Come Holy Ghost." Bishop Bloy led it in full round tones, singing antlphonally with "the congrega tion. This was preceded by the chanting of the Epistle, Ephesian3 iv, 7-13 by the Rev. Roy B. Davis, rector of All Saints' Church, Highland Park. He, the Rev. Paul G. Satrang and the Rev. William Robert Cook, gospeler and deacon, were classmates of the young priest Receives Vestments Following the examination, the new priest knelt to receive his vestments over a white alb which was tied .at his waist by a cincture, or whiterope. The 30 clergy- m.en present moved forward from the choir stalls to join Bishop Bloy in the laying on of ands as the Bishop said in part: V ; "Receive the Holy Ghost for the office and work of a priest in the Church of God, now committed unto thee by the imposition of our hands." CLASSIC WOOL GABARDINE - ' styled by us . . just for us J 3995 S'portsicear styles it a new icay . . . with softer shoulders, slim skirt, new details.., : fresh, exciting colors ...bright green, pink, red, and tcinter ichite , uuol gabardine. Sizes J 2 id IS. ' :i ' ' ... . .- v. - Sportswear preaws, Street i ioor. Bullock's Broadway Buihhng Court Rejects Claim Against Beery Millions Superior Judge William B. McKesson yesterday threw out of court the latest claim of the 21-month-old son of Actress Gloria Schumm against the ' $2,000,000 estate of Wallace Beery. He held invalid a $104,135 damage action based on an asserted oral contract made In 1947 be tween the mother of little Johan Richard Wallace Schumm, and the late actor-she named in a pater nity suit. The oral contract outlined by Atty. Maurice Rose contained provisions for the child's maintenance and care, the suit declared. Judge McKesson held that the oral contract was Invalid "if it was ever, in fact, made," because the amount to be involved in the support of the minor was more than $500, and was therefore required to be In writing. , I TT 1 T -1 - ' : A2X " I.U......,BV II " u 'i J ' T-i , ii rr- ; . - m J) . , . . If-4 . : I J 'x ' . - S; ;7)V " -" " j Ml :':4yf ;r: ''. i ' : 1 V. . ' -p ATI I . ( i I IF II' ? I tVi i) I), ! . . 7 L.M . i ii Ax n u t",t - I iiii . r- - , I f V - its. - ' " - - I . ' ' Referee Reports No Perjury in Brenda's Triah Superior Judge William F Tra-verso of San Francisco,' acting as a fact-finding referee for the State Supreme Court in the case of Brenda Allen, convicted panderer, yesterday turned in a report to the high tribunal declaring. there was no evidence of perjury in Brenda's trial. : Commenting von the referee's survey, Chief Justice Phil S. Gibson pointed out that the Supreme Court may now either approve, reject of modify the referee's conclusion as to the facts. Attorneys for Miss Allen will be giyen an opportunity to reopen arguments for their client next month. The report of Referee Traverse rejects, in effect, a contention of Miss Allen's legal counsel in ap? pealing to the State Supreme Court on grounds that there was perjury at her trial and that the perjury was countenanced and aided by enforcement officers. 'AXiSt'?7f Mm"ll'i'-)"- yaum ui in muwHwiiMmmm "i LmMMiMJ,, ' j5smmwC:- ..,..,i.,iif.Kyi:iy;s.w'Mc,.io-.i- i'iai.i.iiaM' : ' 4 - ' 7 r I f 1 - - I ' - -; I I : 1 - - . II If f tS.tLt..1 1 - 11 . " aBajaaaajjjaf aaaaaasJaaaajaalaaM Sherry's Liquor License Suspended Indefinitely The liquor license of Sherry's, the swank Sunset , Strip night spot in front of which Mobster Mickey Cohen and his party were ambushed by gunmen last July, was suspended indefinitely yesterday. The : action was . taken by the Board, of Equalization in Sacramento yesterday. The . cafe had been closed voluntarily by ' its owners, who said the closing ac tion was taken because "business was bad." -. ' The Boards action was taken as a result pf charges that the restaurant served drinks after the 2 a.m. closing hour. A Sheriff's raid en the cafe, located at 9039 Sunset Blvd., in June resulted in the charges. ; Following the shooting, . . in which Cohen was wounded and his henchman, Neddie Herbert, killed, Los Angeles Board of Equalization Member William G. Bonelli had proposed that the Thanksgiving Dance Set The 15th annual Thanksiving dance of the Huntington Park AZA Chapter 170 will be held next Wednesday evening at 4050 W Pico Blvd, M SEPARATES restaurant's liquor license be taken away permanently because the place had become a hangout for hoodlums." The license is listed in the name of Ferguson's Cafes, Inc. Juvenile Hp" Site ; Permit Rejectee! ' An application by Los Angeles County to construct a new juvenile hall on the present site and neighboring area yesterday was rejected by the City Planning Commission. 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