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Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
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She brought 'big league' music to the Highlands [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
She brought 'big league' music to the Highlands Among the women who have put Northeast Los Angeles on the map is certainly Helen Cordell Terzo, who brought symphonic music to Highland Park in big league Style. A former opera star herself, Mrs. Terzo (then Mrs. Cordell) decided back in 1946 that Highland Park needed a symphony orchestra ... a truly professional organization with the big names in the musical world performing here in the community. It sounded ambitious . . . but then so, was Mrs. Cordell. Teaming up with J. Arthur Lewis and Councilman and Mrs. John Holland, the Symphony Association was formed. Mrs. Cordell was appointed “temporary chairman.” And to show you how loosely that word “temporary” can be used that was 18 years ago and she is still chairman. Many are the world-known artists who have brought their talents to this area and many an extravagant performance, including opera, has been magnificently performed here. Helen Cordell Terzo is also president emeritus of th...
Dr. Ciwa Griffith's contribution Deaf now tune in on world of sound [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
Dr. Ciwa Griffith's contribution Deaf now tune in on world of sound There are several women in Northeast Los Angeles whose names are known around the world, and certainly foremost on the list would be Dr. Ciwa Griffith, who chose the community of Highland Park for her HEAR foundation center. After modest beginnings, the organization dedicated to helping deaf children lead a normal life, is now attracting attention from all quarters of the globe. Dr. Griffith herself, an attractive unassuming lady with a dedicated purpose, knew as a child what it was like to be handicapped. Living in the Fiji Islands where her father published the Fiji Times, little Ciwa (which means ninth . . . she was the ninth child) was felled by diphtheria. Paralyzed and woefully incapacitated by the disease which took the life of her brother, Ciwa lay near death for many days. The doctor told her parents it would be better if she didn’t live. Fortunately few humanity in general, the medic was wrong. Ciwa lived ...
Women's Missionary Society * [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
Women's Missionary Society * Headed by Mrs. Marie Marsee as president this year, the Women’s Missionary Society of the Highland Park Community Church of God has been doing missionary work for over 30 years. National headquarters for these women’s groups affiliated with the Church of God throughout the United States are at Anderson, Ind., where an international camp meeting is held every year. The largest mission supported by this church is at Kenya Colony in East Africa, where there is a hospital and nurse’s training school. A smaller station was started several years ago at Conley Heights, near Sydney, Australia, and there are similar missions supported on every continent in the world. Support had been given to a mission in Cuba, until the uprising there made it necessary to abandon this haven after the pastor in charge had to flee to safety. The many refugees who found shelter in Miami, Fla., are still receiving regular aid and a Church of God has now been started there. Contribut...
She saved a 'generation [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
She saved a 'generation (In the search for Northeast Los Angeles’ foremost "Leading Lady” where readers were asked to nominate women who had served their community best, I&lt;ljs. Irving Angel received the bulk of the votes.) flf there ever was anybody properly named it’s Sophie Angel. Of course, she acquired that name when she married Irving Angel and he agrees with the entire community that here is an Angel-in-the real. The word “impossible” is a dirty word to ambitious Sophie Angel who just can’t understand that things can’t be done. So she does them. In the dim days when infantile paralysis was stalking through the community, killing and crippling as it went, Mrs. Angel wasn’t a hand-wringer. She said . . . “For goodness sakes, let’s pitch in and find out what this dreadful disease is and find a way to conquer it.” She wasn’t a doctor or a bacteriologist . . . just a woman with a heart as big as the occasion demanded. She rolled up her sleeves and worked and worked and w...
Eagle Rock Club began when century was young [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
Eagle Rock Club began when century was young Eagle Rock’s Twentieth Century Club, one of the largest and most active clubs in the area, had its beginnings with a small gathering on Valentine’s Day in 1903. Even in those days when a ladies place was definitely in the home, these crusaders had the idea of enlarging their scope of influence to include community problems. They also set to work to avail themselves of a clubhouse. Starting from scratch their first fund raising activity was a Thanksgiving dinner in 1904 that cost the guests the enormous sum of 35 cents a plate. It was a momentous day in 1915 when the clubhouse became a reality and the entire community turned out for the dedication that took place at Colorado Blvd. and Hermosa Ave. Today the club boasts a membership of some 300 members, headed bv Mrs. Reserl Keen, serving her second year as president. The interests of this leading club are so deversified that any woman can find a study group or section to her liking. Promin...
Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
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Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
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Page 26 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
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Culfural . . . civic . . . philanthropic Arroyo Vista women do serve [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
Culfural . . . civic . . . philanthropic Arroyo Vista women do serve The Arroyo Vista Women’s Ciub was organized in 1931 for the purpose of promoting cultural, civic and philanthropic interests among its members. They joined the General Federation of Women’s Clubs in 1951, this is an international organization comprising a membership of approximately twelve million in over seventy-three countries. Mrs. Claude Fordice, currently serving as president, has chosen for the theme this year "United in Service.” She has been very active in Club affairs, serving as third vice president and ways and means, recording secretary, and Junior coordinator. She is vitally interested in civic affairs *nd is constantly searching for projects which will improve our community. In addition to club, she finds time to teach a Sunday school class and a class for Christian Release Time Education. The officers are: Mrs. Louis Lessiak, first vice president; Mrs. Jack Lamb, second vice president; Mrs. Ralph War...
MEMBERSHIP DOUBLED [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
MEMBERSHIP DOUBLED Arroyo Auxiliary No. 600, Veterans of World War I, was instituted in Highland Park on Feb. 16, 1957, with Ora Kitson as charter president. Mrs. Kitson was a past leader of another veterans’ auxiliary and she was also acquainted with the rehabilitation and welfare program i n the veterans’ hospitals. The charter membership has more than doubled since the founding. Objects of this organization are fraternal and historical; to assist the veterans of World War I whenever possible; to practice a spirit of true Americanism in allegiance to the laws and constitution of the United States of America. As a veterans’ order, the auxiliary’s main projects are to aid the hospitalized men and to endeavor through legislation to help the future security of these old soldiers of World War I. As part of their hospital and welfare program the auxiliary “adopted” a ward of 45 patients at the San Fernando Veterans’ Facility and they also remember the men of World War I at Sawtelle Vete...
Page 27 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
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