Valley Times from North Hollywood, California on November 12, 1946 · 3
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World Looks To U.S., Armistice Speaker Says All the other peoples of the world look -to America-as their beacon light of freedom declared Superior Judge Clarence L. Kincaid, past commander. Department of California, American Legion, in an Armistice Day memorial, address at North Hollywood Recreation ' center yesterday. We have abolished our policy of isolationism, and we have saved the United Nations organization, he said. The American Legion has offered a program of universal military training which will insure an adequate preparedness, but preparedness is not enough. We have a duty to preserve the peace. These veterans of two world wars know it is their duty to be on guard, because only by vigilance can our form of government be maintained, and the future peace of the world be made secure. William M. Jeffers, former president of the Union Pacific railroad, and wartime rubber czar, also spoke at the memorial service held immediately following disbanding of San Fernando Valleys Welcome Home, Veterans parade through North Hollywood. Urging his hearers to give proper consideration to our nations domestic problems in speaking on his personal reactions to the political implications of the election Tuesday, Jeffers declared, the American people were dissatisfied with the fumbling on the part of the government.' We cant go along as we have in the past decade, lifting ourselves by our bootstraps. Looking to government for direction is not the American way,' he said. We Americans look upon government as the servant not the master of the people. Weve had too much of security in the past decade and not enough of opportunity. ' We are being troubled nowa days with some pretty bad teaching in our public schools, in all our schools. Youngsters are being taught that there is much Wrong with our form of government. Unions Go Too Far Asserting that he has been a member of union labor for more than fifty years, Jeffers declared, "We dont want to destroy unions In this country they offer the best medium for handling labor prob lems. But unions have gone too far, if they are smart, they will be more considerate. Jeffers took issue with the suggestion of Senator Fulbright (D.-Ark.) that President Truman appoint a Republican Secretary of State and resign, to permit the GOP to take over the Presidency, stating, that is not the way we do things in America. ' What we want is more produc tion, he said, what we dont want is so much teaching of Communism in our schools. Dave Langlands, prominent North Hollywood business man anc member of North Hollywood Post 307, American Legion, served as master of ceremonies at the service. Reverend Eddie Spirer, pastor of St. Matthews Lutheran church of North Hollywood, delivered the invocation. ' ' . Harold F. Wallace, baritone, accompanied by Mrs. Ida Gunnell, sang Ave Maria and The Trumpeter. North Hollywood High school ROTC band, and the Drum and Bugle Corps of Beverly Hills Post 811,, Veterans of Foreign Wars furnished music consisting of patriotic airs. North Hollywood Post 307, American Legion, entertained the par ade contingent of paraplegic veterans from Birmingham Veterans Administration hospital at a chicken dinner at Eatons Rancho following the services. Obituary Solomon Garabedian Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at 10 a.m. at Steens chapel. North Hollywood, for Solomon Garabedian, 60, a carpenter, who died Sunday at a Los Angeles hospital. He was a former resident of the Valley, and lived at 1946 West blvd., Los Angeles, at the time of his death. Surviving are his wife, Alice, a son, George, and three sisters. Burial will be at Forest Lawn. August Barnes Funeral services are pending at Steens chapel. North Hollywood, for August E. Barnes, 30, who died Saturday at his home at 3445 Oak Glen dr.. North Hollywood. A Navy and Merchant Marine veteran of service in the Pacific, Atlantic and Mediterranean, Barnes is survived by his mother, Mrs. E. Barnes of New York. He was born in New York. Jean Zalewski Rosary was recited last night at Eckerman mogluary chapel for Mrs. Jean Zalewski of 1933 N- Niagara ave., Burbank, who died Sunday at a Burbank hospital. Interment will be in Detroit, Mich. Surviving are her father and her mother, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wojcik; a son, Raymond, and a daughter, Jean Christine, of the Burbank address. Alfonzo Alvarez Rosary will be recited tomorrow night at Nobel chapel in San Fernando for Alfonso Alvarez, 33, of 1233 Kewen st, who died yesterday at Olive View sanatarium. In addition to his wife, Catalina, he is survived by his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Angel Alvarez, and three brothers, Albert and Adolph of the home, Arsenio of Los Angeles, and one sister, Mrs. Amelia Cordova, of San Fernando. Mrs. Anna Osmun Funeral services .were conducted at 10:30 a.m. yesterday at the Nobel Chapel, San Fernando, for Mrs. Anna Firth Osmun, 81, who died at her home, 14144 Raven st., Friday. The body will be shipped to Eagle Butte, S. D., today for burial. Survivors include three daugh ters, Mrs. Margaret Gibben, Mrs. Helen Blasingame of San Fernando and Mrs. Kathryn Decker of Detroit. Help! Man Beating Wife, But in Fun Responding to a frantic call from a citizen who reported that a man was beating his wife, sheriffs deputies D. P. Reed and L. W. Loutzenhiser raced to 1263 N. Flores ave. and found Mr. and Mrs. James Perigord engaged in fisticuffs. The deputies returned to their office red-faced. Perigord was only teaching his wife how to box. PARADING DESPITE FALLING RAIN North Hollywood High school ROTC band made its first public ap-. pearance in San Fernando Valleys Welcome Home, Veterans Armistice Day parade and celebration yester day as determined veterans of two World Wars marched through North Hollywood as wet pavements reflected the color of the patriotic procession. (Valley Times photo by Ted Kennedy.) LaRue Knocks Too Loudly, Faces Charge RENO, Nev., Nov. 12 UP) Hollywood filmtoughie Jack LaRue must appear in court today on a charge of disturbing the peace by demanding too loudly to be let into his wifes hotel room to discuss reconciliation. . . Patrolman George Stone said he arrested LaRue yesterday in the hallway of the swank Riverside hotel after the management com' plained that the actor was pound ing on his wife's door and pleading to be let in. LaRue was freed on $25 bond. Mrs. LaRue is establishing resi dence here to file suit for divorce, her attorney, John Sinai, said. LaRue, his wife and her attorney met after the actor was released but declined to comment to reporters. Valentine Ortiz Services will be held tomorrow at 2:30 pm. in the Pacoima Baptist church for Valentine Ortiz, 24, of 14066 La Rue st., San Fernando, who died Saturday. Burial will be in Veterans cemetery in Sawtelle. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Braulia Ortez; five sisters, two brothers and a son, Daniel, all of the home address. Sarah Lopez . Rosary will be recited today at 7 p.m. at 13100 Pinney st., Pacoima, for Miss Sarah Lopez, 20, of 13106 Pinney st, who died Saturday in a Los Angeles hospital. Another service will be held at 9 a.m. tomorrow at the Guardian Angel church in Pacoima. Burial will be in Calvary cemetery. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pedro Lopez, one sister and eleven brothers. County Reduces School Districts During the fiscal year ending last June 30, Los Angeles countys 137 school districts were reduced to 133, with the merging of sev eral of. the districts. According to the report of Dr. C. C. Trillingham, county superintendent of schools, filed with the board of supervisors, the districts are divided as follow's: Six junior colleges, 27 high school, and 100 elementary school districts. Average daily attend ance in the countys 826 public schools was 475,348, a 10.89 increase since 1940. Saturday at her home at 11156 Burbank blvd. North Hollywood. Interment will follow the serv ices at Valhalla Memorial Park. Mrs. Higgins, who was born in Illinois, is survived by her husband, John; .a daughter, Mrs. Rhoda Hinton of. Ontario; a son, Wilbur, of the home address, anc three grandchildren and one great grandchild. ON WEDNESDAY'S PROGRAMS BURBANK LIONS 7:30 a.m., Schabers restaurant, speaker, J. Lowell Henderson on Learn and Like It. Richard Rogan, chairman of the day. SAN FERNANDO OPTIMIST 7:30 a.m, Esquire cafe, speaker, T. S. Peirce, Past President Optimist International, on Optimism. SHERMAN OAKS-ENCINO KI-WANIS Noon, Frankies .Brass ! ail cafe, speaker, Paul JMohler, staff member of Heifers For Relief, on national project of shipping cattle to Europe to relieve lunger. STUDIO CITY OPTIMIST Noon, Eatons Rancho, speaker, Forrest Horne on Boy Scouting. NORTH HOLLYWOOD OPTIMIST 12:05 p.m. Womans Club, speaker, Capt. Elliott Cuttle of the British Army on A Walk Across London, an informal talk on historical England. ' BURBANK KIWANIS 12:10 p. m, Schabers restaurant, speaker, Philip Lee on Democracy and Race Relations. Martin L. Long, chairman of the day. VAN NUYS ROTARY 12:10 p. m, American Legion clubhouse, representative of U. S. Treasury will speak on Bond Drive and show motion picture. BURBANK 20-30 CLUB 7 p.m, Schabers restaurant, speaker, Paul Martimer, showing motion picture Wheels Across . India. Robert Cameron, chairman of the day. SUNLAND-TUJUNGA ROTARY 7 p.m, Sunland Woman's Club. SAN FERNANDO 20-30 CLUB 7 p.m. Porter hotel, nomination of officers for the ensuing year. TARZANA-RESEDA LIONS 7:15 p.m. Reseda Park clubhouse, Jehiel S. Davis of Davis Travel Agency, Van Nuys, will speak and show motion pictures of travel. NORTH HOLLYWOOD TOASTMASTERS CLUB 6:30 p. m. Womans Club, speakers: Bill Walter, Clayton S. Nichols, Donald McDonald and A1 Lacy. Toastmaster, Ed MacLennan. Table Topic Chairman, Millard R. Taylor. Master Evaluator, R. E. Winter. ROSCOE CHAMBER OF. COMMERCE Noon, Chicken Novelty Shop, membership meeting. SEPULVEDA CHAMBER O F COMMERCE 8 p.m, Sepulveda Womans clubhouse. NEWHALL-SAUGUS POST NO. 507, American Legion 8 p.m, patio of French Village, Newhall. NORTH HOLLYWOOD POST NO. 307, American Legion 8 j.m, American Legion clubhouse, 11576 Magnolia blvd. SUNLAND-TUJUNGA POST NO. 250, American Legion 8 p.m, American Legion hall, 10039 Pine-wood ave, Tujunga. MULTIPLE LISTING DIVISION OF. SAN FERNANDO VALLEY REAL ESTATE BOARD 8:30-10 a.m, Kropps Charcoal . Broiler, 7134 Sepulveda blvd.. Van Nuys. Palestine Opened To 3000 Jews LONDON, Nov. 12 UP) The British Colonial Office announced today 1050 uncertified Jewish immigrants now detained on Cyprus would be granted permission to enter Palestine between Nov. 15 and Jan. 14. In the same period 1950 other immigration certificates will be issued to Jews in German displaced persons camps, to illegal immigrants serving with the British armed forces and to relatives of Palestinians already promised entry facilities, said the announcement. , f Youth Rally To Present Film Stars A Salute to World Youth rally, featuring Glenn Ford, screen 'actor, and Jane Powell, singing star, will be held at Philharmonic auditorium Saturday night under auspices of the Los Angeles Youth Council. The rally will combine a celebration of the first anniversary of the World Federation of Democratic Youth as well as International Students Day, according to Betty McCandless, president of the council which is composed of 35 local youth groups including YMCA and YWCA clubs, the Senior Girl Scouts Council and the United Christian Youth Fellowship. Ford, who follows in the footsteps of Frank Sinatra, featured star of the councils brotherhood rally last February, will be narrator of a half-hour- play. Miss Powell, who scored a film success in Holiday in Mexico, will sing. Bill Stout, UCLA student and Los Angeles delegate to the recent international students conference at Prague, Czechoslovakia, will make his first major public report on the conference. VALLEY TIMES 3 Tuesday, November 12, 1946 . . Women's Society Set Rummage Sale The Womens society of the Toluca Lake Community church will hold a rummage sale Nov. 16 in the patio of the War Memorial park at 6320 Van Nuys blvd. Van Nuys. 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