The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on May 6, 1948 · 22
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Thursday, May 6, 1948
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22 Lo33t$tUsttmt$ Part I-THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1 943 Nightingale Tri b u te Due This Trip to Moon Talk FOR THE LOVEB) ONES Judge Praises Work of PTA OVERSEAS- at Hospital Open Houses Seen as Pretty Serious Plane Brings Samaritan, California, Holly Open house programs at many as" to immediately postpone the cause of war." , Send That Much-Needed Package Now FREE PACKING AND MAILING SERVICE No fooling, this Interplanetary moon business looks like pretty serious stuff. But what if Russia gets there Dr. Woods' Body You'd better get used to this first? "Well, figure it out for your phrase, "gravity gauge, because whoever gets to the moon NOW AVAILABLE IN TINS: ROAST BEEF BUTTER ' BACON HAM PEANUT BUTTER v.. '! HONEY 1 - ' ' RICE CANDLES MILK ; ' TONGUE . EGG POWDER . ,.. MARMALADE . t JAM OILS FATS - CHEESE BRISKET CORNED BEEF ' ' CIGARETTES From Mexico self," he. said. "A power on the moon would have the gravity gauge. The moon has one-sixth the normal earth gravity. It would be like throwing rocks first will be able to "hurl rocJcs downhill' at any poor nation that happens to be second in the race for the once "green hunk of cheese." wood Presbyterian, Los Angeles County General, Methodist, Queen of Angels, St. Vincent's and White Memorial. Outside of :Los Angeles those taking part in the program will include Huntington Memorial, Pasadena; Cottage, . Santa Barbara; Glendale Sanitarium and Hospital; Orange County . General; San Bernardino County General; San Diego County General; Loma : Linda Sanitarhfm and Hospital, Loma Linda; Mercy, San Diego; Paradise Valley Sanitarium and Hospital and National City. ' -.' downhill. All this came up yesterday in . Many Others in Tins! , DANDEE DELICACIES, Booth 707 TOWN fr COUNTRY MARKET 350 So. Fairfax Lot Angeles 36. Cal. sbmbmbi Phone or see Miss Greenwald YOrk 6702 aBoaeassssssMBBeaaa An overwhelming advantage Divorce, often the result of intemperance, is one of the major causes of' juvenile delinquency, Superior Judge Georgia Bullock told members of the Los Angeles WCTU yesterday at First Methodist Church. Judge Bullock voiced praise of the PTA for its recommendations that all cases in which children are involved should be heardi by the Court of Conciliation. ' "Between March of 1947 and March of this year, 648 divorce cases were heard in the Court of Conciliation, and in 259 cases a reconciliation was effected,", said Judge Bullock. "More than 500 children were Involved in the 648 cases. In each case decision was held up for 30 days in the hope that a reconciliation might be made." would go to the person who gets there first with guided missiles." But spac travel offers, more. 1 DIRECT FLIGHTS ONE STOP ONLY 11 Vj HOURS' Southland hospitals next week will be climaxed next Wednesday, May-12, the birthday of Florence Nightingale; by the observance of Hospita Day. Emphasis will be placed on making information available to schoolgirls who are prospective nurses, hospital authorities announced yesterday. They, pointed out that Florence Nightingale founded the first nursing school in 1860 at St. Thomas, Eng. ; Open house hours will be 2 to 5 p.m.,'Monday through Wednesday. ,. v;:iVV.'Vy ' . .' "A smart girl certainly investigates a career before wasting time and energy in the wrong field'isaid Miss L. Louise Baker, director of nursing at Childrens Hospital in Los 'Angeles and chairman of nurse y recruitment in Southern California. "We urge the girl graduate to investigate fully the possibilities of one of the finest of professionsnursing." Los Angeles hospitals scheduling open houses include Good than merely military position with respect to earth. . " : We might find other races there," said Heinlein. "We will get to -Mars shortly after we get to the moon. There is a strong , possibility that we (as a race) are not alone.v We may -get acquainted with some of our neigh- The - body of Dr. Ralph. A. Woods, 56, "one of Los Angeles' leading obstetricians, arrived here yesterday by' airplane from Mexico City, via Chicago. Dr. "Woods died last Wednesday of a heart attack in Mexico City while returning from a trip to Panama. Mrs. Woods was with him when he rUed. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at Pierce Bros.' Mortuary, 720 W Washington Blvd., at 9 a.m. Burial will be at Fairhaven Cemetery, Orange. Dr. and Mrs. Woods and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sheffler of Los Angeles had gone to Panama by ship, had flown to Guatemala and then to Mexico. Reared In Orange For more than a quarter of a century Dr. Woods practiced at 246S W Pico Blvd. He was reared in Orange where his father was a pioneer merchant. Dr. Woods at one time was in the teaching profession and at 21' became superintendent of Lana and Topping Leave for England NEW YORK, May 5 Actress Lana Turner today said she was "up in the clouds" as she and her new husband, Bob Topping, boarded the liner Maure-tania for a honeymoon trip to England. The Toppings were wed last week in Hollywood. It Dors soon." Eight authors ? were ' present Dial Direct 13- Lf LiKrl r and during the breakfast. On invitation of County Librarian John Two Bandits Rob Bank HAMEL, Minn., May 5 U.R) Two bandits today robbed the Farmers' State Bank here of between $20,000 and $30,000. e.- 1n7 n V I COft 6IANT du6Las 50 passenger C3VC 0LQ IJalaVa ytfy 4 ENGINE LUXURY AIRLINERS DOWNTOWN AIRLINES TICKET OFFICE, MA-64707 SOUTH SPRING (5th Floor) - ROOM D. Henderson, as well as 150 librarians from all sections of the county.. ' - . , was tne fourth marriage for each. 1 - . . , '. - Y -" ' - I ,'..-'. f" .... .-. . y - x t A b'l- "; I .?' ' - t 1 i 7 schools In Flacentia. He was a graduate of the University of Southern California School of Tunes photo Robert A. Heinlein' Medicine and did ' postgraduate work at the University of Illinois. He was known widely In or what ordinarily would have been a quiet meeting of . county . librarians during their May book nithological circles as a collector of rare birds. breakfast-in the Clark. Besides his widow. Dr. Woods leaves a brother. Wilbur, Woods Writer of Fiction Robert A. Heinlein, author of of Orange. . numerous interplanetary Btories for the nation's leading magazines, was invited to address the Refugees Arrested BUENOS AIRES May 5 The Argentine National Police librarians. He is a nationally known writer of juvenile fiction. said today about 100 Paraguayan refugees have been arrested on But Heinlein: also is a mechanical engineer and during the suspicion of plotting a gains officials in Asuncion. war was engaged in naval avia tion research. "We are going to have space travel," he told the librarians unequivocally. "It 13 the only liana's no tintype, bnl sue salvation for the race. . Could Head Off "War loves the timeless charm of "If we can- get to the jnoon before World -War III comes along, there won't be a World War III. If we reach the point where we can have a base on i UCK FRONT The German V-2 weapon, he asserted, "can make the trip from the moon Jo the earth, but not the other way because of t 3 : BLOUSES gravity." "In a few weeks we will be testing the Navy's Neptune rock et which is twice as good as the V-2,'.' said Heinlein. "With one booster unit added, it could make the trip to the moon. . v "If we have . a . military base on the moon, there will be no war. This would change the strategic situation so completely , loft 'Tftett -in many styles Custom-fitted te your ize and ihape of head, band " 0 crafted, processed and finished from finest ' . felts, giving lasting handsome - appearance throughout longest wear. Careful crafts- -men give each hat perfection nd balance making it difficult to find a better bat even at a higher price. Agents for MacLachlan Eats Valentine e THE HATTEH 942 S. HELL ST. VA-7093 Fiae Paxldog Nsxt Door " Red Skelton on Bill Tonight Lovely as a picture out of Grandma's ;. album, Mama in her favorite - tuck-front blouse . . . now in soft rayon crepe;-white, brown pink, - blue; navy and black. Sizes 32-40. Short sleeve blouse, 4.95 ' Long sleeve blouse, 5i95 Biy thim at all 4 stores Tat Broadway Btousis - Visitors to the 14th annual Police. 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