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What Do You Think? .9 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942
What Do You Think? .9 We Build Tomorrow Today When guns cease firing and the day of armistice arrives, will this country be prepared for a sudden changeover to the ways of peace, or will it again face post-war “blues,” breadlines and bankruptcies? There are those who complacently accept another depression as inevitable. We urge them to remember, however, that it’s the manner in which we prosecute the war today, the policies we adopt in the present, the OTde-awake planning we show ourselves capable of now, that will determine the kind of post-war era we have. In rightfully outlawing profiteering, we should not forget that legitimate profit is the core of the system of free private enterprise which we are defending against totalitarian tyranny. In speeding war production we must not overlook, and threaten with extinction, the small manufacturer. Opportunity for the small enterpriser is one .of the freedoms for which America stands. In vesting enormous power in the government, we must ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942
For ihe EASTER PARADE @w m &lt;5 ft i. iow' SHU Win U The Latest Spring Hats All Leading Colors $l9B M up up K you want to choose from a large assortment—Try Dolly Madison Pompadour, Profile or Sport Hat We have It In straw or felt. Styled right from New York and Hollywood. SPRING PRINT DRESSES Beautiful assortment in Crepes s^9B and Jerseys Dolly Madison Millinery &amp; Dresses 5621 No. Figueroa SI. i-m, "Floor Insurance" With Genuine Armstrong Linoleum from K. Von Schnabel. A pattern for every purpose at prices equal or lower ihan downtown stores. 20% MORE INVESTMENT GIVES 100% MORE WEAR HEAVY LINOLEUM 49 wm INCH SQUARE YARD * Embossed &amp; Marble Patterns in Assorted Colors WELL KNOWN BRANDS $| Your Linoleum Job is only as good as ils installation. Let us expertly install genuine Armstrong Linoleum over lining tell, (Slight extra charge). OPEN EVENINGS TILL 9P. M. FREE PARKING K. VON SCHNABEL 2414 • 2416 DALY STREET CA-3388 (Acrpss from Bureau of Power &a...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942
Girl's Easier Dresses 5 Cute little dresses in dimity. Also cotton prints. SJ29 SJ9B Women’s dresses sizes 12 to 52. A deposit will any garment for Easter. SPECIAL SLACKS Genuine sumara, T.B.L. finish. T u blorlzedcrease resisting. Navy, Brown. Beige. Sizes 12 to 20. Reg. val. $ $7.95 » LONG SLEEVE BLOUSES— All styles, sizes and colors. Reg. value $1.98 $4 49 1 QUALITY DRESS SHOP 5034 YORK BOULEVARD Next to York Food Market Use Our Friendly Budget Plan
Msgr. Fulton Sheen In Vatican Film At Fox Highland [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942
Msgr. Fulton Sheen In Vatican Film At Fox Highland THEATRES + AMUSEMENTS Rt. Rev. Monsignor Fulton J. Sheen, the noted Catholic churchman, acquitted himself with honor In carrying out his first motion picture assignment—the dual task of writing and narrating ‘‘.The Story of the Vatican,” the muchdiscussed feature-length motion picture, which was produced by the March of Time and will be shown at the Fox Highland Theatre in a special matinee Friday afternoon at 2 p.m. Monsignor Sheen, who is a member of the faculty of Catholic University of America at Washington, D.C., is well known throughout the U.S. as an author, lecturer, and principal speaker of the Catholic Radio Hour. Although he had not previously -done motion picture work, his writing and speaking experience were more than equal to the film assignment he accepted from Richard de Rochemont, producer, of “The Story of the Vatican." Moreover, Monsignor Sheen had studied at Rome and therefore had first-hand knowledge of the eccl...
READER [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942
READER Madeleine Carroll, star of Paramount’s desert island romance, "Bahama Passage,” is a voracious biography and autobiography reader, Her library at home is liberally sprinkled with French volumes, many of them inspribed by the authors. Every duty: brings its peculiar delight, every denial its appropriate compensation, every thought its recompense, every cross its crown; pay goes with performance as effect with cause. —Mildmay
Kansas Folks To Picnic At Sycamore Grove Sat., Apr. 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942
Kansas Folks To Picnic At Sycamore Grove Sat., Apr. 4 Many thousands of Kansans have chosen California for their far western home and Vernon Day, president of the Kansas Association, extends an invitation to all who can do so to meet Saturday, April 4th, in Sycamore Grove Park, Los Angeles, for the annual spring picnic reunion. President Day will provide the popular county registers, serve hot coffee and supply silk souvenir badges to brand all the picnickers. A fine program will follow the basket picnic dinner hour and will include vocal and instrumental music and brief addresses. For further information contact the president or call on C. H. Parsons, secretary of the Federation of State Societies, MU-1981, Hotel Stowell.
STAR RETURNS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942
STAR RETURNS After a twelve-year absece from the screen, Anna Q. Nilsson returns to the movies for Producers Bill Pine and Bill Thomas in Paramount’s “I Live on Danger,” playing a dramatic bit in the film. Safety advice to prevent automobile accidents is a lot like medicine. You have to take it before it does any good.
Vultee Slated Next On Rosabell Plumbers List [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942
Vultee Slated Next On Rosabell Plumbers List BY CHRIS REDONDO One of the strongest home teams in the recent winter league, Vultee Aircraft, has embarked on a traveling campaign and will make Rosabel! Field in South Pasadena one of their first ports of call. They will take on the Rosabell Plumbers at 2:30 on the Arroyo Seco play field. Berly Horne, ex-major league and Coast League hurlpr, heads the strong Vultee aggregation. Except for a couple of spots, Horne has the same Intact that finished among the leaders In the winter league. Acting-manager Joe Lurie will welcome home his four “prodigal sons” Sunday, Sonny Wilhelm, 'Morrie Donovan, Joe Russo and Dick Moreno, who took last week off to make a week-end trip to San Diego with the Loyola University nine. They will be back in the Rosabell lineup for the Vultee tussle. WORRY, WORRY Joe Lurie’s chief worry is the coming departure of Dick Moreno, Morrie Donovan and Joe Russo into pro ball. Infield and outfield replacements are sorely s...
Libbey Family Band at Nazarene Church [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942
Libbey Family Band at Nazarene Church Pictured above Is the large, modern trailer that houses and transports the Libbey Family Band scheduled to render a sacred concert next Wednesday evening, at 7:30, at the Nazarene Church, 2921 W. Ave. 35. The personnel of the band consists of ten members, all of one family, and Is regarded as an old-fashioned family with an up-to-date message and the kind of entertainment that will be enjoyed by children and adults alike. String and vocal numbers, including a girls’ trio, two trumpets. with two distinct parts played by one member at one time Marches and hymns by the Brass Band and other special features are destined to round out an evening’s entertainment. There is no admission charge.
Speed Limitations Cut Traffic Toll [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942
Speed Limitations Cut Traffic Toll Rigid speed limitations.—particularly enforced for night driving—enabled England to reduce pedestrian deaths during the second full year of the war, it was revealed in communications received by the Automobile Club of Southern California; Although traffic deaths mounted from 8,358 to 10,075, the second year compared with the first, pedestrian fatalities decreased by 40. Pedestrian deaths nearly doubled the first year of the war over the year preceding with blackout's ruled as responsible for the boost from 2,233 to 4,094.
* FRANKLIN HI-LITES By DONNA ■| /tf/ HAYS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942
* FRANKLIN HI-LITES B y \ DONNA \■ | /tf/ HAYS HIGHEST HONORS Known as one of the best high school papers in the United States, the Franklin Press topped all honors this week when Mrs. Kate Cranon, journalism teacher, received word that the paper had achieved medalist rating in the eighteenth annual contest of the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, conducted by the School of Journalism of Columbia University, New York. Never before has the Press rated such a high place. For several consecutive years the Press won first honors; now the paper is in the gold medal Class. BEN TIDBITS Will there be a Senior A-B prom this year ? This question was settled by the “yes” vote of the senior B cabinet meeting. The mighty Senior B’s have Odell Silverstein to thank for this . . . Bustor Cryer and Bob Aldrich proved that they were fast field runners at the Senior A sweater day assembly . . . Some WADCA members are making their uniforms under the direction of Mrs, Margaret Anderson, sewing teac...