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CALIFORNIA SPEAKS! Significant Statements by Interesting Californians [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

CALIFORNIA SPEAKS! Significant Statements by Interesting Californians CHARLES J. LICK, L.A. brewery mgr., turning to horse-drawn beer wagons to save on tires “Our toughest hurdle will be to find men to drive the horses. Believe me, it’s different from shifting gears!” ‘‘SINGAPORE JOE” FISCHER, in Pasadena address— ‘‘Now that Singapore has fallen, the war has come to your front door. No navy, and no combination of navies, can guarantee California Immunity from bombing. Every man,, woman and child is in the front line trenches today.” ADMIRAL WILLIAM H. STANDLEY, San Diego, TI.S. ambassador to Russia “We’ve been too damned successful in previous wars. That’s the reason we could be licked in this one. Our efforts in the first World War likened us to marvels—now we are too complacent.” NALDI, of Raye & Naldi, opening dance engagement at S. P.’s Palace Hotel—in wire to N. Y. friends—“ What are you Easterners worrying about? We’re playing to capacity Rose Room crowds in the mo...

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FRANKLIN HI-LITES DONNA «|H| ' { hays [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

FRANKLIN HI-LITES DONNA \ «|H| ' { hays FRANKLIN TO FIRST AID Twenty-nine students are studying First Aid under the direction of Miss Birdie Adair,'school nurse. The course includes instruction on dressings, fractures, splints for broken legs, treatment of burns, unconsciousness, artificial respiration, emergency transportation, and bandaging wounds. The students are Grace Ayala, Naomi Brown, Abbie Cartevi, Hortencia Chang, Marietta Dietsch, Pauline De Turi, Irene Epport, Lois Franklin, Virginia Franklin, Pat Frew, Marie Garcia, Betty Grace, Norma Hardy. Shirley Hewitt, Alfred Hawley, Mary Fagan, Geraldine Hirdler, Adelia Kleinschmidt, Connie Limon, Florence Lindquist, Martha Moore, Katherine Morse, Ellen Owen, Lena Parker, Elisa Perez, Stella Stephen, Aleyona Wade, Maxine Waford, Toby Yelman, Betty Kelsvan, and Patsy Short. ASSOCIATORS PLEDGE Seventeen boys were inducted into the Association organization as associate members at the semiannual banquet in the club house last Thursday...

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Leslie Bounds To Lecture At Technocracy Meet [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

Leslie Bounds To Lecture At Technocracy Meet Leslie Bounds, speaker authorized by Continental Headquarters, will lecture on “Technocracy and Defense,” Tuesday, March 24, at 8 p.m! at the local station, 11834-1, 2666 Pasadena Ave. “Technocracy urges immediate institution of its defense urogram, and the first step in such a program is total conscription of men, money and machines, with service from all and profits to none. Bounds will explain this program in detail next Tuesday evening. There is no charge, and we invite the public to attend,” states L. D. Barnett, Director of 11834-1.

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MUSEUM LECTURE [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

MUSEUM LECTURE At the Southwest Museum next Sunday afternoon, March 22, at 3 p.m,, Mr. W. Scott Lewis will present a lecture on the Life Zone* of the West —from the Desert to the Arctic, to be illustrated with lantern slides in natural color. The event is free to the public. A slip of the lip may give ft spy a tip.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

UTOTOKT BOND NIGHT ■ Friday, March ZO ts HIGHLAND; 5R04 NOPTH fIGOEROft CL b NOW SHOWING Tyrone Power, Gene Tierney -SON OF FUET” ‘‘BAHAMA PASSAGEI 'l, B S autlful Technicolor M. garroll, g. Hayden m Free Auto Park - Starts Friday Gene Tierney, Victor Mature “SHANGHAI GESTURE” Deanna Chas. Laughton IT STARTED WITH EVE" STARLAND l&fiSr Adults Saturday AH Horror Show “Night of Jan. 18Albert Decker the Giving” Battle of the Bands' 22 C inc. Tax JL Here*s Quality WhAn tf «. cocktaiis CameS t0 hl > hballs an cocktails . . . we’re might fussy ... we know you can 1 make grood ones that really hi the spot without using goo liquors. You’ll find all the to fndd! i abelS bere ’ and wha t’ St ” ev,r * Utoppolnl The TOPS Cafe »♦»» W. rijueroe St, C&ofa 5312 Jbrk Blvd. "Always a Crowd" "WE STILL GIVE THE MOST FOR THE MONET" Open 5 a-m. to 8 p.m. EAGLE 4884 Eagle Rock Blvd. at toiemile Or. U*Sllf Thurs. to Sun. March 19-22 Errol Flynn, Olivia DeHavllland In “THEY...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

SIERRA Eagle Rock at Colorado - AL. 4729 ANY any SEAT SEAT Plus Tax FREE PARKING GIANT KENO DOUBLE JACKPOT 10 SURE WINNERS every Wednesday Wed. to Saturday Mar. 18-21 “LAW OF THE TROPICS”. Constance Bennett, Jeffrey Lynn “HIGHWAY WEST” and Last Chapter ‘‘King of the Texas Rangers” Sun. to Tues. Mar. 22-24 “YOU’RE IN THE ARMY NOW'” with Jimmy Durante “STEEL AGAINST THE SKY” with Lloyd Nolan and Alexis Smith Plus Chapter 11 “Sea Raiders”

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

Washing Machines Vacuum Cleaners IRONERS and APPLIANCES RECONDITIONED at PLATT Radio-Electric Co. 5816 N. Figueroa AL. 2353 Open Evenings

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

Soto It Is time to investigate real estate* •If you wait too long: you may find that the sort of real estate yon would like to buy has gone up in price. Hight now lake a look through the real estate classified ads in the Post-Dis-patch.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

BSG PINE The CUT RATE Service Station BETTER SERVICE Quality Merchandise CL. 6-9326 5350 N. FIGUEROA ST. Profession of precision! Minute measurements . . . hairbreadth accuracy . . . your Monte V ista pharmacist Is precise. When your doctor writes a prescription for you, both you and he can be confident that Monte Vista Pharmacy will compound it exactly.as written. That is comforting' knowledge in times of sickness, and you can also be sure of rapid, efficient service. For Quick Delivery Service Call AL. 8888 We Give S&H Green Stamps MONTE VISTA PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY AVE. 54 AT MONTE VISTA New Shipment SEAMLESS (MASLAND) RUGS NICELY WOVEN We have just added RUGS to our regular line of Linoleum, Shades and Venetian Blinds and can give Highland Park people just what they have been looking for —long wearing Rugs at low prices. SPECIAL $4)95 9x12 . . . 1$ Other Sizes, 27x52, 9x6, 9x7-6, 9xlo-6 K - m o m * m KVa They’re Beauties Call In and See Them BUY NOW ON OUR EASY PAYMEN...

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Announce Marriage Of Anne Bassler And Harry Clapp [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

Announce Marriage Of Anne Bassler And Harry Clapp The marriage of Miss Anne Bassler, formerly of the Highland Park younger set, to Mr. Harry Clapp, of Pasadena, was announced this week. The ceremony will take place Friday evening, March 20, 1942, in the "Little Church of the Flowers,” at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, in Glendale. Maid of honor will he Miss Jacqueline Bassler, sister of the bride. Miss Patricia Bassler and Miss Frieda Rapoport will act bridesmaids, while Mr. Howard Clapp, twin brother of the groom, will serve as best man. Miss Bassler attended Luther Burbank Jr. High School, and graduated last June from Mark Keppel High, in Monterey Park.

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Baptist Church In Glassell Park Is Busy Social Center [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

Baptist Church In Glassell Park Is Busy Social Center The Glassell Park Baptist Church, Eagle Rock Blvd. at Avenue 30, is rapidly becoming a social center. What with weddings and parties for men, women, and children, there is something doing there most of the time. The Pre-Easter Bible Conference that is being held each Saturday afternoon and evening is getting a good response, and already some results of Prof. Roth’s singing course are being felt or rather heard —we seem to have more joy in singing. The value of Visual Education is well known to all of us, and is being used a great deal in our schools and colleges, so here at Glassell Park Baptist Church Visual Education is being used in presenting the Master Bible Course each Wednesday evening at 7:15. When we think of Sunday School, many of us think only in terms of children going to Sunday School; when truth to tell, there are just as many good things in Sunday School for adults as there are for the youngsters. We have classes i...

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Buchanan Drive P.-T..A. Collecting Books and Games [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

Buchanan Drive P.-T..A. Collecting Books and Games During the week of March 23rd, the Buchanan Drive Parent-Teach-er Association will sponsor a Vivtory Book Drive, and a drive for games for the U.S.O. for the enlisted men in the service. The P.T.A. asks that these items be brought to school by Thursday, March 26th, and that the books be suitable reading material, such as good novels, Western or Detective stories, and that the games, also, be suitable for adults, and in good condition. Any of the above contributions brought to the Buchanan School will be deeply appreciated. Remember our boys in the service! On Tuesday mornings, the defense sewing and knitting ' class, under the direction of Mrs. Winnie Todd, and sponsored by the Buchanan Parent-Teacher organization, will feature the making of air raid pads for the school children, to be used during their drills. The class is open to all mothers of Buchanan School children, but those who are unable to attend are asked to send to schoo...

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How’s Your Health? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

How’s Your Health? By Dr. Roy D. Kohl Several weeks ago we had a "blackout,” as we all know, and only then did we fully realize the importance of our lights, radio, car, and other necessities, and our conveniences. Did you ever stop to think just what it would be like to be without ybur hearing? Most people accept this faculty as a matter of course, when in reality, it should be esteemed very highly. Hearing may be destroyed or impaired by disease, change of altitude, foreign objects, etc. Diseases which affect the hearing apparatus are countless, the most common being Scarlet Fever, Diphtheria, and Influenza. This is due to an injury of the auditory nerve. Change of altitude may affect the ability to hear plainly. We have all noted the sensation of our ears becoming “full” when we either ascend to or descend from a high altitude rather rapidly. This is because the Eustachian tube, the canal leading from the pharynx to the middle ear, closes, and then the pressure between the middle...

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Scout Frank Steiger Gets Top Honors In Quiz Broadcast [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

Scout Frank Steiger Gets Top Honors In Quiz Broadcast A Troop 77 boy who literally knew all the answers, Eagle Scout Frank Steiger, walked off with top honors on a KFX radio show quiz last week. The local boy defeated all other contestants appearing on the popular radio feature, "On the Scouting Trail.” The program is sponsored by Earl C. Anthony. Young Steiger scored 199 out of a possible 200 points. The questions delved Into all phases of Scouting, including new activities being undertaken in cooperation with the O.C.D. After the radio show the troop enjoyed a swim at Bimini. In addition to Assistant Scoutmaster Bob Stuntz, the following boys attended ; Dick Estabrook, Bob Mueller, Eugene McNiel, Eugene Mitz, Phil Woods, Don Davidson, Robert Schulte, Sherman Beals, Ronald Huchting, Herbert Henry, James Miller, Bob Wilson, Fred Wadsworth, Bill Flowers, and Bob Lambe.

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McCoy Explains What American Red Cross Does With Funds [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

McCoy Explains What American Red Cross Does With Funds What the - American Red Cross is doing with money taken in by its prevailing war emergency fund drive, to aid and protect the people of the city and suburban communities in case of invasion, was brought? out graphically- today by Bowen McCoy, executive manager of the Los Angeles chapter. McCoy said a comprehensive system of 75 casualty stations, patterned after plans employed in and around London during the height of the blitz, has been organized here as a safeguard for the local population. Throughout last summer, when German planes were unloading cargoes of destruction over the English capital, McCoy, as a Red Cross observer, was on the ground, making notes to be applied in Los Angeles if America went to war. As a result, McCoy said each of the 75 casualty stations, which have been distributed throughout the county, are equipped with medical and first aid supplies and equipment. Each has a supply of leg and arm splints, tourni...

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Local Pastors In Eighth Week of Radio Broadcasts [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

Local Pastors In Eighth Week of Radio Broadcasts The Rev. Bart, and Stan. Jacobson begin their eighth week on Friday of their radio program over KMTR. Each Monday, Wednesday and Friday these two men can be heard in a religious duologue for fifteen minutes at nine o’clock in the morning. Since it is Highland Park’s only continuous program these two men are interested in getting a large hearing from the people of this their own community., If you %fe one of those who has never as yet heard this program you are invited to give it a trial by tuning in tomorrow morning at nine o’clock on KMTR. This coming Sunday morning one of the pastors of the Highland Park Baptist church at N. Ave. 59 and Monte Vista will preach on the subject “The Gospel of the Cross.” In the evening at 7:30 the guest , singers will be the Luther Burbank Junior High School Boys’ Glee Club, Mrs. Dorothy Lundgren, director. At the close of the service the glee club will be the guest of the Young People" of the host chu...

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Christian Science Lesson-Sermon For Next Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

Christian Science Lesson-Sermon For Next Sunday Paul’s words to the Corinthians, “The fashion of this world passeth away,” constitute the Golden Text in the Lesson-Sermon on “Matter” on Sunday in all Churches of Christ, Scientist. A Scriptural citation includes these passages from Ecclesiastes: “Vanity of vanities, saith the Preacher, vanity of vanities; all is vanity ... I made me great works; I builded me houses; I planted me vineyards ... I gathered me also silver and gold, and the peculiar treasure of kings and of the provinces: . . . And whatsoever mine eyes desired I kept not from them, I withheld not my heart from any joy; for my heart rejoiced in all my labour; . . . Then I looked on all the works that my hands had wrought, and on the labour that I had laboured to do: and, behold, all was vanity and vexation of spirit, and there was no profit under the sun.” And from the Psalms: "But thou, O LORD, shalt endure for ever; and thy remembrance unto all generations.” A selection ...

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Franklin High School To Build Model Planes for Navy [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

Franklin High School To Build Model Planes for Navy Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox has turned over to the American high shools the gigantic task of providing half a million accurately scaled airplanes to play a vital part In training aerial machine-gunners. Each of the nation’s 26,000 high schools will he asked to fill a quota. California’s goal is 30,000 planes, and Franklin High School’s quota is 150 planes. Mr. Hugh Baird, Franklin woodshop teacher, received plans for the model planes last Wednesday at a meeting held for the purpose of distributing the plans for the planes to the schools. The production of these model planes got under way the following Thursday. Don Walker finished a “Buffalo Brewster” model plane before plans had arrived for the construction of the planes. Fifty different kinds of planes will be built—American, German, British, Japanese, Italian, and others. Three of each type will be built and will be sent to Washington, D.C., in lots of ten until the quota o...

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Luther Burbank P.-T.A. Enjoys Pot Luck Luncheon [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

Luther Burbank P.-T.A. Enjoys Pot Luck Luncheon The Exxecutive Board of Luther Burbank Parent-Teacher Association will meet Tuesday, March 24, at 1:00 p.m. in Room 256. All Board members are urged to be present. The Mothers’ Chorus enjoyed a pot luck lunch Monday, March 9, after regular rehearsal at the home of Mrs. Clair Bass, 5145 Stratford Road. The Mother’s Chorus meets each Monday from 10 to 12

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