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No more 'unwanted babies' [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970

No more 'unwanted babies' Acceptance of the pill, more flexible abortion laws to terminate unwanted pregnancy, and the decision of many young women to raise their children as single parents modified Children’s Home Society of California’s services to natural parents last year, State President Lewis F. Boddie, M.D., reported to members in the 1969 annual report. For the first time in 20 years, the number of young women receiving help from the statewide counseling and adoption agency in planning for their own and their babies’ futures did not in- crease over the prior year. The 3,046 young mothers served by Children’s Home Society in 1969 compares with the 1968 high of 3,430 natural parents who came to the voluntarily supported agency. (Twenty years earlier, in 1950, CHS served 748 natural parents.)

Publication Title: Highland Park News-Herald & Journal
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
FAY WILSON On national board of American Nurses [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970

FAY WILSON On national board of American Nurses Mrs. Fay Wilson, chairman of the nursing department at Los Angeles City College, now serves on the board of directors of the American Nurses’ Association. The prominent nursing educator, a resident of Highland Park, has long been active in district, state, and national nursing circles. She served as vice president and president of the California State Board of Nursing Education and Nurse Registration. Upon the invitation of President Johnson, she attended the White House Conference on Education in 1965. She currently serves on the board of directors of district five of the California Nurses’ Association. A graduate of Provident Hospital and Training School for Nurses, Chicago, 111., she holds a bachelor of science degree from Immaculate Heart College, public health nursing certificate, and master of science degree from UCLA. She is the wife of Wendell E. Wilson and the couple has one child, Ellen.

Publication Title: Highland Park News-Herald & Journal
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Page 30 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970

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Page 30 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970

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Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970

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Heads group of women executives [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970

Heads group of women executives Beth Schillmoeller, a resident of Glassell Park, is the newlyelected president of Associated Women Executives, a statechartered organization begun in 1965 as an alumni group of the management development program of UCLA’s graduate school of business administration. Mrs. Schillmoeller holds a B.A. from Catholic University of America (Wash. D.C.) and an M.S. from Purdue University. For five years she was associ-' ated with Marshall and Stevens Inc. as director of marketing and supervisor of data processing, and is presently in charge of political and competitive analyses in the market research epartment of McDonnell Douglas Astronautics Company, Huntington Beach. She is active in the St. Bernard’s mothers club and the management association of McDonnell Douglas, and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. ... Hilde Michelmore is one of Just three women in the state of California to own an automobile agency. She's the "boss-lady" at Highland Pari; Volkswagen. BET...

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Looking back [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970

Looking back Interested in forming a historical society for the El Serene area is Meta Moore, long-time resident and active clubwoman. She’s an officer in the Garfield Study Club and many other civic and social organizations.

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"Always on the Job" [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970

"Always on the Job" RETIREMENT IS A SILLY WORD . . . Sarah Mandala, owner of Double M Market, is a great grandmother, but she doesn't think that's any reason to call for the rocking chair. Ever since she was widowed many years ago, Mama Mandala has maintained a thriving grocery business with the aid of her two children, Vic and Annabelle (Mrs. Clayton Miller). The in-laws are part of the firm, too . . . and now even a couple of the grandsons. This widow's venture is one of the best examples of a family-type market in Los Angeles.

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Page 32 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970

• ■ ■ • • • V; ■ m mm \ h\Mm m v % Top Award ... Mary Snyder, wife of the councilman of the 14th district, is the proud possessor of the Diana Award, given by Epsilon Sigma Alpha International. The "Diana" is one of the most coveted honors given to women for community service. Mrs. Snyder is a member of BPW, and helped to found Las Perlitas de Esperanza. lyVLake L your own ■ ' v *'- Lingerie, girdles, bras, .• swim suits, stretch pants, / and many other garments right at home on your own sewing machine/] Perhaps you already sew dresses and other outer garments. Now, let us teach you to sew stretch and knit fabrics and make your own lingerie, girdles, bras, stretch pants, swim suits and other garments at home. You save money, and have fun doing it! WE TEACH YOU A class is starting soon with our own specially trained instructress giving you easy-to-learn lessons in homesewing. In fact, in only a few interesting, fun-fille4 classes, you’ll be making your own garments and saving many, m...

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Page 32 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970

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Page 33 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970

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A good home doesn’t just happen [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970

A good home doesn’t just happen JMo one ever found happiness in seeking it... It is found in doing for others . . . That’s the creed of Irene Castillo of El Sereno, winner of Northeast Newspapers 1970 "Homemaker” award. Mrs. Castillo, who makes her home at 3625 Patio Dr., is the mother of three children of her own and cares for other tots as well. She paints, designs hair-dos, sews, bakes ... and has time to be a piano teacher, too. She’s active with the Church of Christ in Lincoln Heights and a member of Sierra Vista PTA. In Mrs. Castillo’s words . . . here’s what she has to say about her chosen profession . .. homemaking. "If a homemaker is organized she has time to do many things for her family and community. A good home doesn’t just happen. It takes many hours of dedication to God to make a home a haven for a woman’s own children as well as others. "We’ve had many children from broken homes and some from those seemingly not broken . . . where all they need is to see love and uni...

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Favorite Homemakers (as nominated by their neighbor*) [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970

Favorite Homemakers (as nominated by their neighbor*) Laura Alvarez Katherine Bell Nellie Bowers Nioma Craig Carol Dahlstein Laura Gadsen Virginia Houck Kathleen Kennel Congetta La Parne Mrs. Paul Moren Key Mangon Anna Pavich Mary Poirier Mary Provencia Dorothy Powers Emily Rinker Helen Striker Patricia Tuttle Lillian Vandersall

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They kept homefront in harmony [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970

They kept homefront in harmony Originally the "Neighbors” were lonely war wives who met to share companionship and a big common interest. Now they are still "The Neighbors” —Las Vecinas—a service club with a different purpose; volunteer and financial support of the Crippled Children’s Society Center in Pasadena. Las Vecinas began in 1942 when Mrs. Norman Paine of Glendale put a notice in a newspaper that she was having a gathering of wives of officers serving overseas. The meetings were informal, with the women tending to form small groups according to the occupation in service, or war theaters their husbands were in. "Submarine wives” would gather in ona corner, while wives of prisoners of war or men missing in action, would group together to exchange news, combat loneliness and gain strength, from one another through their common relationship. When the war ended, many of the women moved to other, areas when they resumed civilian life, but some 30 of the remaining decided to stay t...

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RESISTING THE "MIDI" More women are sewing this year than ever before [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 11 October 1970

RESISTING THE "MIDI" More women are sewing this year than ever before By Miss Gregory of Hollywood (Designer, patternmaker ' and fashion authority) In a recent survey by the McCall Pattern Company, home sewing has become a $2.5 billion dollar industry. Today, more than 44,000,000 home seamstresses are making an estimated 300,000,000 garments a year. According to the Homesewing Trade News, James McCall, an enterprising tailor and an immigrant to the United States from Scotland, opened a small pattern business in New York in 1870; and in 1970 McCall’s patterns are sold in 82 countries around the world. The California Apparel News states that one garment out of four worn by women is made by the home seamstress ... and yet never in the history of fash- ion has the public been introduced to a greater variety of styles, fabrics and colors by the gigantic garment industry. And never have the intriguing fashion "looks” been so diversified and flowed across all boundaries that girdle the ear...

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