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Lincoln Heights [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

Lincoln Heights Mrs. Lois Silva, mother of four, is Northeast Newspaper’s choice for Woman of the Year from Lincoln Heights. Of the problems in her neighborhood, Mrs. Silva has this to say ‘You can't just wave a magic wand, hoping things will get better. You, as a woman, can make a dif--1 ference. ’' Lois, Silva is such a woman. >•* She #tes as fue priority needs o( her area ■‘Wnat is badly needed here is some form of recreation for the older boys. They have too much idle time on their hands and therefore may get into trouble. There are drug problems, vandalism and graffiti and, of course, gangs. I. ts 0 t Together "We are here to make it better for oqr children. Parents should get together and make them aware of the opportunities. We must stick together and make a better environment for our children. ” Mrs. Silva’? untiring efforts to make her community better through her own involvement, include heading La Sierra Council PTA this year. She has also filled almost every o...

Publication Title: Highland Park News-Herald & Journal
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Highland Park [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

Highland Park Wanda H tier, mother of two, has been named Highland Park’s Woman of the Year. Mrs. Hatler’s activities have transcended geographic boundries and many are on an area-wide basis, covering all Northeast Los Angeles. As treasurer of Highlands Council PTA, she serves as co-chairman of PTA’s famous Bowl-o-Rama, where members bowl for child welfare funds. She served as president, treasurer and parliamentarian for her local Association where she received the only gold seal awarded in Highlands Council for her record book. She also published an award-win-ning Newsette for Pta. Mrs. Hatler was given a certificate of appreciation for outstanding service to parents, students and school staff from Area H and serves as Area H Advisory Council representative. Her work with Cub Scouts has included being Den leader and Den Leader Coach. She was crafts director at the Scout Reservation this year. She also attended the national Scout convention in Hawaii in May. Very active in sports, M...

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Mt. Washington [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

Mt. Washington Arline DeSanctis has made Mt. Washington her home, her concern and her dedicated project. As chairman of the Action committee for Ml. Washington she showed the area what ACTION really means. She was successful in having Carlin G. Smith Recreation Center re-opened after the Department of Recreation and Parks had closed it three years ago. The Action committee renovated the center’s kitchen, donated a stove and refrigerator and had fund raising events to promote finances which were not in the city budget. The Action committee has become a community ombudsman, taking on its shoulders the individual problems of the area. One of these is the fire hazard and guided by Mrs. DeSanctis, meetings were held with the Plre and Police Departments where valuable hints on home protection were given. She has held five offices at Mt. Washington PTA and is chairman of the Mt. Washing Recreation Association. Outside of the area she has worked as a "Pink Lady” volunteer at Glendale Advent...

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To the ladies [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

To the ladies The women whose pictures and stories appear on this page have been chosen from a field of some 70 contestants to represent the areas in which they live. In the opinion of the judges they have contributed significantly to the enrichment and welfare of their community; have given hours of selfless service; have maintained ideal home atmospheres and taken an enlightened view of the structure of community life . . . with activities undertaken to help others. We of Northeast Newspapers who sponsor this contest salute the women who have helped make their home area a better place in which to live.

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Jessie Martina good neighbor [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

Jessie Martina good neighbor J If there were a “good ■ neighbor” award being i "bestowed this year, the t ‘-selection would probably go C to a big-hearted little lady J..*by the name of Jessie { ’■Martin, whose friends (many, many of them) have .1 written to tell about her * acts of kindness. Mrs. Martin is 81 years ’ pld and does not drive a “'car, but she walks miles every day shopping for shut-ins. [■ She is active as secretary I \ and Sunday school teacher £ ;at Highland Park Church of * God and serves on the s Eagle Rock WCTU Board. * * She was editor of youth * church papers and served as a secretary before her ; retirement Gifted with > literary talent, she writes r poetry and stories, many of which have been published. She tends her own garden; climbs up on the ladder to pick her figs and then distributes them among her friends. “Her home is always neat and clean and her door is always open to people who for one reason or another, temporarily need a place to stay,...

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People are her business [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

People are her business People are her business . . . from infants in need of child care to the destitute senior citizen, they all come under the urnfa re 11 a organization headed by Mrs. Grace Montanez Davis of Highland Park, who has served the cause of human rights on a federal as well as city level. Mrs. Montanez, who was bom in a Los Angeles barrio is helping the needy on all fronts as Mayor Bradley’s choice for Director of Human Resources. She is “on loan” from the Federal government where she dealt with manpower under the Department of Labor. Her duties covered such agencies as the Youth Corps., new careers, public service careers, work incentive programs and many others. “She is sensitive to the pulse of the community,” say her co-workers, who praise her outstanding success. After her graduation from Immaculate Heart College and receiving her master’s degree from UCLA, Mrs. Davis was with the Economic and Youth Opportunity Agency of Greater Los Angeles. She served as a field ...

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Lawyer's wives [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

Lawyer's wives Mrs. Thomas Reynolds of Eagle Rock serves a s reservations chairman for the Lawyers’ Wives Association of Los Angeles. The group is active in many city wide events and have recently conducted tours of the courtrooms for juniors, acquainting them with the legal system.

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MARGARITA ROSALES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

MARGARITA ROSALES Margarita Rosales, last year’s “ML Washington Woman of the Year” organized the Puerto Rican Senior Citizens Club now active in Glassell Park.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

Women who head the local PTA Associations get together to outline their plans or the year ahead. In the front row are. Joanne Newell, Toland Way; Phyllis Ketfer, Burbank; Betty Reynolds, Highlands Council president; Elvira Reyes, Aldama; and Connie Ponce, San Pascual. In the rear are: Joe Schutz, Dahlia Heights; Sharon Savage, Delevan Drive; Alice Rodriguez, Annandale; Norma Cortez, Buchanan; Sylvia Divine, Yorkdale; Pat Shwartz, Mt. Washington; Jane Nichel Irving Junior High; Pat Moore, Eagle Rock Elementary; and Joan Nadle, Franklin High. On the job for PTA

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Lois Warias heads NE Realtors [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

Lois Warias heads NE Realtors Lois Warias serves as president of Northeast Realty Multiple Listing Service this year. Having been a broker in the Highland Park area for some time, Mrs. Warias opened her new office this summer, beginning with a posh open house which presented the old colonial style decor which she helped to design herself. Artistically inclined, Lois has been chairman of the spring art shows held by the Highland Art Guild. She served two years as president of Mt. Washington PTA and was secretary of Highlands Council.

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Page B2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

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Page B2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

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Page B2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

Top echelon officers in Verdugo District California Federation of Women's Clubs meet in the shadow of the classical Huntington Sheraton Hotel to exchange information about the clubs they represent. District officers (from left) are: Mrs Harold Deavel, Mrs. Daniel Hum, Mrs. Charles Payne, Mrs. Clyde ellogg, Mrs. Edward Smith, Eagle Rock president, Mrs. Fred White, Mrs. Clare Slatron, Mrs. James Clark and Mrs. G. P. McGrow. Who leads the women's clubs?

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She ‘twirls’ her way to fame [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

She ‘twirls’ her way to fame Jackie Thorpe of El Sereno has seen her "Chatelaines” majorette and drum corps groups bring home the awards in many parades and competitive events since she founded them in 1971. Miss Thorpe, a junior at California State University at Long Beach, also instructs the baton corps in Buena Park. She has represented her corps in several national organizations such as the All American Drum Corps Association, Drum Majors of America, National Twirling Corps of America and is a lifetime member of the International Twirling Teachers Institute.

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CFWC Board [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

CFWC Board Serving on the executive board for Verdugo District, California Federation of Women’s Clubs this year are Mrs. Edward Smith, president Mrs. P’red White, first vice president Mrs. Clyde Kellogg, second vice president Mrs. James Clark, third vice president Mrs. Harold Deavel, corresponding secretary Mrs. Daniel Hurm, recording secretary Mrs. Clare Slatren, treasurer Mrs. Charles Payne, financial secretary Mrs. G.P. McGraw, parliamentarian.

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Area's newest club Soropti mists organize [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

Area's newest club Soropti mists organize Soroptimist is a word derived from the Latin meaning 'The best for women.” And, with that in mind, Soroptimist Clubs have been formed all over the world, stressing the international alliance of business and professional women, offering a practical means of participating in community betterment and understanding and promoting high ideals in business and professional life. To make the Soroptimist Club a true cross section of the community’s interests and activities, membership is selected on the basis of one active member from each recognized business and profession in the community. Eagle R o ck-Highland Park area chapter was chartered this year, choosing many civic-minded professional and businesswomen from the area. They meet every Tuesday for luncheon at Gil Hooly's Restaurant in the Eagle Rock Plaza. Officers are Arline Pardy, president Katie Smith, vice president Jean Paule, corresponding secretary Betty Welcome, recording secretary Bett...

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Denise Brent [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

Denise Brent Helping those who can't help themselves is the work of Denise Brent of Highland Park who works with many groups for the welfare of animals. Mrs. Brent is conducting a drive to save endangered species and helps to save animals at the City Pond. She is an honorary captain in the Red Cross and served with the USO during World War 11. She has been a Gray Lady, a professional dancer, a legal secretary, and now manages a paperback book and card store in Highland Park.

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Irma McClinton Aids the aged and mentally handicapped [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974

Irma McClinton Aids the aged and mentally handicapped As a very young mother Irma McClinton was left with two children to support. She did what was close at hand . . . started to take in “boarders”, which led to the founding of Randolph Manor, a home for the elderly and now McClinton Home for the mentally retarded. The Highland Park woman, active in many Eastern Star activities (Omar White Shrine, Amaranth and Garvanza OES, where she was worthy matron) she has also been involved in political campaigns, the March of Dimes and cancer dressing stations. In addition to caring for 10 elderly and 10 mentally retarded, she finds time for hobbies such as collecting antiques, macrame and needlework.

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