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Believers greatly outnumbered protesters but both groups came to Berkeley Friday night as the conservative son of evangelist Billy Graham continued his California tour. Maria Medina reports. (6-1-18)
Christ Cathedral in Garden Grove is a church to visit if you would to have a unique spiritual experience during your visit to Los Angeles. You just can’t miss the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, when visiting Southern California. Located in the beautiful Orange County, this amazing Christian church building is made of reflective glass and was designed by famous American architect Philip Johnson.
Considered a major place of worship by the Crystal Cathedral Ministries, which is a congregation of the Reformed Church in America initiated by Robert H. Schuller in the year 1955, this church is now a property of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange. It is also a home base to the “Hour of Power” shown on television worldwide.
From the Prelinger Archives at Archive.org ~ A trip through the Southwestern United States sometime during the 1930s or 1940s. Here’s the description
Includes: Mount Wilson sign; road to Mount Wilson; “The Huntington” hotel or resort scenes, somewhere in Los Angeles or the West; desert cacti and plants; sign: “Apache Trail Junction Ahead”; San Francisco skyline seen from Fairmont Hotel tower, with windowwasher cleaning window in foreground; Petrified Forest; Painted Desert; Indian Village; U.S. Highway 66 Association promotional sign; Trading Post; Old Albuquerque; New Mexico State Line sign
Note: Time marks noted are from description on Prellinger Archives are not entirely accurate, but in the ballpark. Roam around the video and you’ll find all the sights mentioned. It’s worth the effort.
Amateur home movie footage of San Francisco late 1930s
21:00:51:06 VS California coastline along Pacific Coast Highway 1 approaching what looks like Rocky Creek Bridge near Monterey heading toward San Francisco; rocky coastline, sea otters basking on the rocks; middle-aged 1930s woman standing on rocks on edge of surf.
21:02:59:08 High-angle shots looking down over San Francisco toward Ghiradelli Square as seen from Nob Hill area, Alcatraz visible in the bay; LS the Bay Bridge; Coit Tower
21:03:28:23 Great shot from inside building of window cleaner hanging outside of building wiping window; high-angle shot pan shot of
21:03:49:17 Great shot of window cleaner hanging by harness cleaning window, shot from inside building facing window cleaner.
21:04:40:01 CU New Mexico State Line sign; blue sky dotted with white clouds, great color; CU sign “Isleta Indian Curio”, LS of decaying adobe storefront, VS New Mexican adobe structures, adobe church, VS poor New Mexican village and villagers.
21:05:51:00 Little native-American girl in flowery dress with dark black hair and bangs walks toward camera over dirt street lined with adobe walls, little girls holds a White doll under her arm.
21:05:55:07 CU painted sign on adobe wall “Old Albuquerque Post Office”; LS pan over post office.
21:06:09:19 Woman bends down and holds out hand to poor little native-American boy, little boy runs away, then comes back and takes object from woman’s hand.
21:06:26:14 Covered wagon with painted sign “Continental Trading Post / Continental Divide / Elevation 7263 Feet”
21:06:42:18 Great shot two 1930s cars, one red the other blue driving desert road; billboard with painting of the Grand Canyon and text “The Arizona Unit U.S. Highway 66 Ass’n. Presents: World’s Mightiest Spectacle Grand Canyon of Arizona; Northern Arizona Greets You”; large native-American mural with two figures man and woman standing between a plant, very colorful and geometrical; LS painted sigh “Indian Village” in front of adobe house; CU sign for the Petrified Forest National Monument; VS the Painted Desert; VS petrified wood, old man with white hair explores huge logs of petrified wood.
21:11:22:04 LS sign “Apache Trail Junction Ahead”; VS along the Apache Trail
21:12:37:26 VS with great color; desert tree with bright yellow flowers; CU VS desert cactus and cactus flowers.
21:15:08:28 Art deco sign for “The Huntington”, possibly for the Huntington Hotel in San Francisco, pan down to street with 1930s cars; VS around the pool of a fancy hotel possibly the Huntington Hotel.
21:18:40:21 VS man feeding carrots to a deer; sign for Mt. Wilson; two metal towers with shiny metal domes peaking out from behind pine trees; CU silver metal dome; VS from car driving down mountain from Mt. Hood passing 1930s cars driving uphill in other direction.
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The Santa Fe Railroad (Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway), in conjunction with Dudley Pictures Corporation, presented the viewer with this color film, “Southern California Holiday.” Dating to the 1950s, the picture illustrates the theme of vacationing in sunny Southern California and using the Santa Fe railroad system to travel there. Narrated by voice actor Art Gilmore, the film opens with a Santa Fe train speeding down the track at mark 00:45 as the audience is told, “In all the world, there is probably no single area holding so much charm and beauty and the good things of life than Southern California.” What follows is a nearly non-stop presentation of the Golden State. Starting with Los Angeles, Gilmore explains how the “thrill of Southern California is in the air.” The viewer is treated to the “vast, seething metropolitan city” as cars race down uncongested freeways on their way to downtown LA, where they can take advantage of shopping or visit the Los Angeles Mission, shown at mark 01:33, or the familiar City Hall, shown at mark 01:40. The “Miracle Mile” of Wilshire Boulevard is up next, “one of Los Angeles’ most modern and important shopping centers before seeing shots of the famed Brown Derby Restaurant and the Ambassador Hotel, as well as the Griffith Park Observatory where “even for as deep a subject as astronomy, there are always keenly interested visitors day and night.”
At mark 03:10 we are taken to Forest Lawn Memorial Park, where visitors come to admire the landscaped grounds, walkways, churches, and chapels (not to mention the final resting place of countless celebrities), followed by the Huntington Library. At mark 04:10 the viewer sees the famed Grauman’s Chinese Theater in Hollywood, and we catch glimpses of the celebrated handprints and footprints of stars such as Gary Cooper, Shirley Temple, and Nelson Eddy, before visiting the headquarters of NBC and CBS starting at mark 04:47, and then the Hollywood Bowl, with a sunrise Easter service shown at mark 06:00.
“One of the more interesting aspects of Hollywood is the motion picture industry,” Gilmore tells the audience, as we see the exterior of RKO Radio Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Republic Pictures, Columbia Pictures, Warner Bros. Pictures, Universal Pictures, 20th Century Fox, Metro-Goldwyn-Meyer Studios. “Every line of business in the area benefits either directly or indirectly from the picture industry,” the audience is told. Scenes from the Sunset Strip and purveyors of maps to the stars’ homes follows, as do scenes of the unique architecture of Beverly Hills and at mark 08:15 a stop at the landmark Beverly Hills Hotel and Miramar Hotel. A polo field developed by humorist Will Rogers is next at mark 08:47, followed by a tribute to the state’s many golf courses and a visit to the University of California at Los Angeles.
Catalina Island, sailboating on the Pacific Ocean, and tanning on the beaches are contrasted with ski slopes just a few hours away, as Gilmore touts California as a haven for fans of warm or cold weather activities. Hopalong Cassidy visits a citrus fair at mark 13:00 while audiences later cram into the Los Angeles County Fair, enjoy horse racing at Hollywood Park and Santa Anita Park, or tour one of the state’s many missions.
“In the past brief quarter of a century, Southern California, aided mightily by the essential cooperation of the railroad, has undergone a truly awe-inspiring growth in its industrial life,” Gilmore continues at mark 17:25, stressing the state’s role as a manufacturer of automobile tires, “to keep the wheels of America turning.” Stockyards, oil drilling, chemical factories, steel foundries, and aircraft manufacturing are also key parts Southern California economy, as is tourism, especially to areas like La Jolla and San Diego. Among the latter’s many attractions — San Diego Zoo, which is shown at mark 20:45 as giraffes, elephants, and bears “smile” for the camera.
And just a “stone’s throw” away from San Diego … Tijuana, Mexico … “warm, typically Latin, and friendly to call,” the viewer is told at mark 22:27. “Tijuana is a colorful border town devoted to gayety.” Back in the USA, the film encourages visitors to Palm Springs, where such entertainers as Jerry Colonna and Leo Carrillo (of “The Cisco Kid” fame) are shown celebrating “Circus Week.” At mark 23:56, the viewer is reintroduced to the convenience of Santa Fe as “shining rails speed the traveler through this colorful panorama to New Year’s Day in Pasadena” and Tournament of Roses parade — just one more of the treasures of Southern California, “a land of sunshine and happiness, proudly and happily served by Santa Fe.”
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Welcome to Part 1 of 2 . Khalida Wukawitz, former muslim, executive director of Truth Unveiled Ministries delivers a personal, passionate, and moving Sunday Sermon at the Cowboy Church of Spring Valley, California 2/ 23 / 14 To know more about Khalida and her ministry click on the Truth Unveiled link in the channel banner. To learn more about the Cowboy Church of Spring Valley California call Pastor Jackie Merritt at ( 707 ) 350 – 1109 You can follow Khalida on Facebook, Twitter, and her Youtube channel .