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Townsend Club 10 To Meet Tonight In Monte Vista School [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

Townsend Club 10 To Meet Tonight In Monte Vista School Townsend Club No. 10 will meet Thursday night in the Monte Vista School auditorium at 7:30. The entertainment will be a patriotic program similar to the one given at the Boosters Club in Huntington Park Townsend Town Hall. Rev. Paul Gardner will speak at both' meetings. .Appropriate music is on the program.

Publication Title: Highland Park Post-Dispatch
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CALIFORNIA SPEAKS! Significant Statements by Interesting Californians [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

CALIFORNIA SPEAKS! Significant Statements by Interesting Californians COMMISSIONER DAVID D. LAMB, Salvation Army patriach, in Oakland—“ After the war, tens of thousands will seek refuge in this country from the economic chaos that will sweep Europe. Each newcomer will be an asset, and preparations for welcome and absorption must be made.” “LEFTY” O’DOUL, manager S. F. Seals —“The bal parks we have now won’t even hold the mobs of fans after the war is over.” PROFESSOR SAMUEL J. O. HOLMES, zoology dept., Univ. of Calif. —“Mercy killings for hopeless incurable are the only humanitarian solution for people whose life is one of misery and pain.” FATHER WILLIAM J. FLANAGAN, director Catholic Charities —“There is no such thing as a ‘mercy killing.’ To kill a sick man, either at his own Request or against his will, is plain murder.” TOM GIRDLER, Chairman ConAircraft Corp., San Diego—“lf this war lasts a year or so, the American aircraft industry will accomplish things that a dozen Julee Ver...

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Sunday Tops List Of “Danger Days” [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

Sunday Tops List Of “Danger Days” More persons were killed by automobiles during 1941 on Sunday than any other day of the week, with Saturday a close second, statistics compiled by the Automobile Club of Southern California disclose. Of the 40,000 death toll in the United States last year, 8,720 met death in accidents occurring on Sunday, and 8,080 on Saturday. The research marked Tuesday as the safest for automobile tratel. The most dangerous hour of the day was between 7 and 8 p.m., the study conducted by the public safety departmeftt of the Auto Club showed.

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QUICK ACTRESS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

QUICK ACTRESS Three-year-old Patsy Nash completed scenes for Paramount’s "I Live On Danger,” produced by Bill Pine and Bill Thomas, three days ahead of the number of days scheduled for her role, by not spoiling a single scene.

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ARMY SCENES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

ARMY SCENES Only the fact that army training camp scenes for “True to the Army” were photographed just before war’s outbreak enabled their inclusion in the Judy Canova-Allan Jones starring film. A slip of the lip may give a spy a tip.

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Owen Lee Schedules Series of Meetings At Bethel Assembly [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

Owen Lee Schedules Series of Meetings At Bethel Assembly Commencing’ Sunday, March 29, at 11 a.m,, the Irish evangelist, Owen Lee, of 5627 Ash street, will conduct a series of evangelistic meetings at Bethel Assembly, 3526 N. Figueroa St. The meetings will be held nightly at 7:30 for a period of two weeks and possibly, longer. James M. Ledden, pastor of Bethel Assembly Church, extends a cordial invitation to all to be present. “Irish Lee,” as he is familiarly known by many, is a man on fire for God and a most interesting and powerful speaker. OWEN LEE

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The Man At the Keyhole By Operative WB [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

The Man At the Keyhole By Operative WB If Attorney General Earl Warren chooses to run for Governor, Republican stalwarts may groom Frank P. Doherty, able L.A. lawyer and veteran political leader, to succeed him, our spy advises. Wallace L. Ware, who has been flirting with the idea of running for Governor, is another likely aspirant for Mr. Warren’s present job, if the dice fall that way. A Culver City wit, who used to be a tire dealer, reports that the government has ordered retreads for al Washington rubber stamps. Hide your tires, lads; ' hide your tires. This may mean confiscation! Most wide-open race of the ’42 campaign at this point, our operative reports, is the no-contest for Secretary of State. The incumbent, Paul Peek, has ,told friends he is stepping out to run for Lieutenant Governor. And thus far, no one has thought enough ,of the job to announce for it. It’s a strange situation.

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SIX SARONGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

SIX SARONGS Although Dorothy Lamour made the sarong famous, “Beyond the Blue Horizon” is only the sixth of her 24 films in which she has worn the garment.

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Glendale To Be Scene Of Women’s Club Convention [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

Glendale To Be Scene Of Women’s Club Convention By Mrs. Harry D. Anderson Los Angeles County, California Federation of Women's Clubs Convention will be held March 31, in Glendale. As there is no program scheduled at the Ebell Club for next Tuesday, members will have an opportunity to attend the convention. At 9:30 a.m. the yearly conclave will start. The Tuesday Afternoon Club of Glendale will be the hostess club. Delegates from the Highland Park Ebell Club to the convention are; Mesdames J. Paul Bair, O. H. Hill, J. R. Worsley, and Theodore M. Bulson. Alternates: Mesdames E. K. Nider, R. L. Marquis, George A, Mitchell, and George B. Doolittle. First Aid Class will not be held on March 31, next meeting being April V. Many guests were pleasantly surprised when they “Dined for Defense” last Saturday evening at the clubhouse. Plenty of good food was served and a delightful program followed. Proceeds went ovei the top for the guest of honor, “Uncle Saip-” Mrs. Lee O. Tenney, program cha...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

HIGHLAND THEATRE 2:00 P.M. FRIDAY. MARCH 27 BARGAIN MATINEE PRICES Rt. R*v. Monilgnor fUITON J. SHEEN narrates THE STORY OE THE attcan with Intimate Scenes of HiS HOLINESS POPE PIUS XII Produced by THE MARCH OP TIME Distributed bv RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. the pUce go ENDS SATURDAY Joel McCrea, Veronica Lake ‘SULLIVAN’S TRAVELS” Eredrlc March, Loretta Young “A BEDTIME STORY” Free Auto Park Now Playing Tyrone Power; Gene Tierney ‘‘SON OF FURY” M. Carroll, Stirling Hayden “BAHAMA PASSAGE” TARLAND Adults i't?4 NO. BRO AD WAY PHONt CA BB3U Friday, Saturday J. Lynn. J. Wyman “Body Disappears” Edw. G. Robinson “Unholy Partners’ 1 me. Tax Battle of the Bands n at 9 Here's Quality When it comes to highballs and cocktails . . . we’re mighty fussy ... we know you can’t make good ones that really hit the spot without using good liquors. You’ll find all the top grade labels here, and what’s inside is never a disappointment. The TOPS Cafe 5913 N. Figueroa S U Buy Defense Saving St RANKLIN PLAY EV...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

SIERRA Eagle Kock at Colorado AL. 4729 20C sk^'t ANY SEAT Plus Tax FREE PARKING GIANT KENO DOUBLE JACKPOT 10 SURE WINNERS Monday and Thursday Nites Now Sunda Preston Foster and others in “UP THE RIVER” and “MERCY ISLAND with Ray Middleton and Gloria Dixon Plus Comedy and News Sun., Mon., Tues. March 29-31 Betty Grable, Tyrone Power in “YANK IN THE R.A.F.” and “SAILOR ON LEAVE” EAGLE 4884 Eagle Rock Bhrd. at TosomUo Dr. AL-S lB* Thurs. to Sun. March 26-29 Nelson Eddy, Rise Stevens in “THE CHOCOLATE SOLDIER” and Humphrey Bogart, Kaaren Verne in “ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT” Cash-In Nit© Friday and Tuesday Plus Jack Pot Mon., Tues. March 30, 31 John Boles. Rosalind Russell in “CRAIG’S WIPE” and Warren William. Ruth Ford in ’SECRETS OF THE LONE W OLF’ Every Monday Constance Bennett Cosmetics Free to Ladies Starts Wednesday, April 1 “The Corsican Brothers” and “H. M. Pulham Esq.” is at the Box Office RALE Play Every Mon., Fri., Sat. NOW! ENDS SAT. Evening show starts 6:30 P.M. Be Sure to See t...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

# -f 6312 York Rlvd. "Always a Crowd" "WE STILL GIVE THE MOST FOR THE MONET" Open 5 n-m. to 8 p.m.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

OWEN LEE Irish Evangelist Will hold Special Meetings at BETHEL ASSEMBLY Starting March 29 3526 N. Figueroa St. Meetings Nightly for Two Weeks —All are Invited— Pastor, JAMES L LEDDEN

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

It is time to investiqate real estate* ♦lf yon wait too long: yon may find that the sort of real estate yon would like to buy has gone up In price. Right now take a look through the real estate classified ads in the Post-Dis-patch, N. LUBOVISKI ANNOUNCES NEW LOCATION OF HIS MUSIC SHOP 5520 YORK BOULEVARD Formerly located at 5117 York Blvd. CALL BUSK AND BE SURE LOCAL AND NATIONWIDE EVSOVING & SHIPPING v ' • ' . ■ < We Gladly Quote Estimates Without Cost or Obligation BUSK VAN & STORAGE CO. MOVING PACKIN G- SHIPPING STORAGE N. Figueroa St. / Albany 0159 hin IT’S TIME TO MOVE Think m PHONE AL.0159 6060 N. FIGUEROA

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B’nai B’rith Temple To Form Brotherhood Committee Here [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

B’nai B’rith Temple To Form Brotherhood Committee Here Recognizing the urgent need in this community of a strong Temple Brotherhood, Rabbi Moses Sucher of the Highland Park B’nai B’rith Temple announces the formation of brotherhood committee, with Mitchell Cohen as temporary chairman. All those interested and desiring to participate are asked to contact Mr. Cohen at his home, 263 Museum Drive, or at the Friday evening services. The serviced this Friday evening are being sponsored by the Sisterhood Chapter, Mrs. Davidoff, President. For his address Rabbi Sucher will give the third of a series of lectures dealing with the meaning of Jewish history from the time of Ezra and the appearance of the Nazarene. The main points of discussion will be the New Testament and the development of the Jewish Law. On Sunday, March 29, at 10 a.m., the children of the Temple will celebrate and conduct the ceremonial festival of Passover (called the Seder). This program will be open to the public and eve...

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To Determine Where High School Boys Can Best Serve [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

To Determine Where High School Boys Can Best Serve To help boys make the wisest possible decision in this hour when all available man-power must be coordinated for ultimate victory, the Los Angeles city schools are undertaking an individual study of every body in the senior high schools who is 17 years of age or older, and who needs help in determining where he can best serve. Special classification tests comparable to those used by the Army and Navy will be given, and trained counselors, principals, and teachers will meet in conference with parents after school and during the evenings to present all facts bearing upon the boy’s decision.

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Volunteer Workers Urgently Needed By British Relief [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

Volunteer Workers Urgently Needed By British Relief According to the Highland Park Unit of the British War Relief located at 6010 York Blvd., volunteer workers are needed. Men and women interested in the cause of democracy are asked to work. At present the unit has a shipment of' over 150 crutches which need some minor repairs by a carpenter and painter. The headquarters are open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Thursdays till 10 p.m,, and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The monthly card and bunco party will be held at 6401 Elder Street on Friday evening, March 27, at 8 o’clock. Donations of used clothing and blankets are especially needed by the Unit. Magazines, newspapers, anything, will be very welcome, and will be called for If necessary.

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SPEAKS MALAYAN [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

SPEAKS MALAYAN Dorothy Lamour again speaks Malayan In her tropicolored picture, “Beyond the Blue Horizon.’’ Sarong films have given her a vocabulary of 482 Malayan words. A slip of the lip may (ink a ship.

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TALKING ABOUT NOT TALKING ABOUT TALKING ABOUT THE WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

TALKING ABOUT NOT TALKING ABOUT TALKING ABOUT THE WEATHER Mr. Merrill Bernard (left), weather man from Washington, D.C., now officially in charge of the Weather Bureau at Los Angeles, tells Joe Crail it's all right to talk about “not talking about" the weather, just so long as you don’t talk about the weather itself. “The comment that it is snowing at a winter resort or the mention of a sloppy field at a football game, may be a dead give-away to theonemy, of weather conditions throughout an extensive area," says Mr, Bernard. So Joe Crail adds, “if you find that it’s a nice, warm, bright, sunny , day when you get uj> (tomorrow, don't breathe it to a soul."

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