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The Sage Says: [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
The Sage Says: By CLYDE BROWNE The above presumptuous title represents the opinion ot the publisher of this paper, and not the writer of this column, who holds that modesty is a virtue that should prevail in any itinerant scribblings. My thanks to a lady correspondent who sees eye to eye with me, but only one eye to one eye, otherwise we do not seem to synchronize so well. Anyway, the lady thinks on pertinent matters, which not everyone does. * * A sight of the watch tower over the armory, with its vigilant sentry scanning the heavens, brings to mind the tower at the 4-Square Gospel Temple, which might now do double duty. Some years ago a relative of the writer stood watch there and acquainted high heaven with the needs or wants of the Gosplers. It does seem, if they still carry on that Vigil, that between prayers for aid might be a good time to look for flairs of a raid. Sort of keeping one eye on the God of the universe and one on the God of War. * * “The Moon Is Down,” by John St...
Application Of "W" Car Line Is Taken Off Calendar By Board [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
Application Of "W" Car Line Is Taken Off Calendar By Board On Friday, March 24, the Board of Public Utilities and Transportation of Los Angeles received a report from its General Manager, K. Charles Bean, proposing the denial without prejudice.of the application of the Los Angeles Railway to substitute busses tor street cars on the “W” line. Present at the meeting of the board were Kenneth Belknap, Joy A. Winans, Whitney H. Slocomb, P. H. Lester, and G. Knox Roth. Winans stated that none of those present was acting officially- for the Highland Park Transportation Council as no meeting of that body had been called. He added that he thought the report could be accepted with the understanding that the evidence and the exhibits in the record might be used in future hearings. Roth asked that the acceptance of the report be held over for one week in order that an endeavor might be made to gather further data. Following some discussion It was decided by the board, with the unanimous assent...
GRANPAPPY AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
GRANPAPPY AGAIN Carl Ford, this week, chalked up another heir to make him a “grandpappy” for the seventh time with the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ford. The new arrival, Henry Harmon, tipped the scales at 4 pounds 6 1/2 ounces at the Huntington Memorial Hospital where he first saw the light of'day last Sunday.
Federal Insurance Against Damage By 'Enemy Action' [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
Federal Insurance Against Damage By 'Enemy Action' A current news item informs us that “President Roosevelt has signed a bill providing Federal insurance for homes, factories and farms against damage inflicted by ‘enemy action’.” The “Law authorizes the War Damage Corporation to establish uniform rates throughout the country. ‘Reasonable’ protection against property damage that might result from ‘enemy action’ is being provided free until the premium rates are worked out.” Now just what “Enemy action” includes, or what “Reasonable” protection means, are both decidedly indefinite. And how soon rates will be established is also indefinite. Particularly so if handled by our politicians. Very few insurance companies have accepted any of this business since Tokio declared war on us, and presumably these few will withdraw if enemy planes really get into action on this coast. Even now all applications are subject to acceptance by the company. Subject to such acceptance a good contract, non...
Ernest A. Tolin In Hearing with Trade Commission [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
Ernest A. Tolin In Hearing with Trade Commission Ernest A. Tolin, prominent attorney and resident of Highland Park, has been in Washington, D.C. since the latter part of March representing Ultra-Violet Products, Inc., a Los Angeles manufacturing concern, in a hearing before the Federal Trade Commission. The hearing, according to Tolin, will result in a determination of the scope of public use of ultra-violet lamps for home use. Thomas S. Warren, president of Ultra-Violet Products, Inc., accompanied Tolin on his trip to the capital city.
Draft Registrants To File Statement Of Work Skills [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
Draft Registrants To File Statement Of Work Skills Every man between 20 and 44 years of age who registered for Selective Service on Feb. 16 must fill out an occupational questionnaire which his local selective service board will send to him within a few days. The form must be returned to the seelctive service board within ten days after receipt. The purpose of this occupational registration, according tot the United States Employment Service, is to provide the government with a complete occupational inventory of its manpower. This information, it was said, will avoid induction into the armed forces of men more urgently needed in war production and will also speed the output of war materials by promoting the transfer of workers from non-essential to essential work. Each questionnaire is in two identical parts—one for the selective service system and one for the United States Employment Service. Information is requested on the registrant’s present job, his education and the kind of wo...
Thrift Paint Co, Mammoth Sale Starts Friday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
Thrift Paint Co, Mammoth Sale Starts Friday Bill Carnpoy, new owner of the Thrift Paint and Linoleum company, located at 5560 No. Figueroa Street, announced yesterday that everything is ready in connection with a mammoth “victory sale” scheduled for tomorrow and Saturday. Carnpoy promised sensational values in paint, linoleum and other articles featured by the store. His large advertisement appears on page 3 in this issue of the Post-Dispatch. In addition to a complete line of paint, featuring the nationally-known Dutch Boy brand, and linoleum, the firm carries a varied stock of other high-quality merchandise at reasonable prices, including glass, wallpaper, window shades, water heaters and step and extension ladders. “We intend to make Thrift Paint and Linoleum even better Known than In the past for its values,” Carnpoy declared, as our special sale this coming week-end will show.
Shelters For Use In Air Raids To Be Designated [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
Shelters For Use In Air Raids To Be Designated That plans are being made in Highland Park’s air raid warden Community No. 1 for the signposting of the most suitable buildings for air raid shelters was revealed by Captain Chester R. Bandle, deputy chief warden in charge of the Northeast Los Angeles area, at last Friday night’s civilian defense mass meeting. Bandle said that no community shelters have been built in Highland Park ,nor in any other part of Los Angeles. Many buildings, basements, and other places do make good shelters .however, and plans are now being made by Community Warden William Marshall, in District No. 1, for posting of signs leading to them. Bandle spoke to the meeting, held in the American Legion hall under sponsorship of the Highland Park United Defense league. A disappointing crowd of only about 75 residents attended. Two other speakers on the program were John R. Quinn, county assessor, and Edward L. Thrasher, city councilman of the civil defense committee of...
Irene Leaman Becomes Bride Of Jack Shaughnessy [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
Irene Leaman Becomes Bride Of Jack Shaughnessy Jack Shaughnessy, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Shaughnessy, and Miss Irene Beaman of Beverly Hills, were married in Las Vegas on March 28th. Jack is in the Engineering Dept, at Douglas Aircraft, and his bride, has been his secretary for several months. After they returned from their honeymoon, a reception was held at the home of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Beaman. The newlyweds will reside in Westwood, where they have bought a new home.
Local Churches Schedule Elaborate Easter Services » H. P. Churches Complete Plans For Interesting Easter Day Programs [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
Local Churches Schedule Elaborate Easter Services » H. P. Churches Complete Plans For Interesting Easter Day Programs Despite wartime regulations, which have necessitated cancellation of several of Southern California’s principal Easter sunrise services, there will be elaborate services on Easter morning in many local churches. Canceled, because of the rule against crowds of more than 5,000 persons, is Forest Lawn’s yearly service, and the Hollywood Bowl observance will be a radio broadcast, not open to the public. The program from Hollywood Bowl, where only those actually taking part will be admitted although the setting, floral decorations and garb of the participants will be the same as though the audience were present, will be broadcast throughout the United States and Canada It also will be short-waved to many points overseas where American units are stationed. Continued From Page 1 Special and elaborate Easter programs will feature Highland Park religious services next Sunday,...
Rosemary Nelsen Becomes Bride Of Jos. P. Lazzaretto [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
Rosemary Nelsen Becomes Bride Of Jos. P. Lazzaretto Rosemary Nelsen, daughter of Mrs. Beulah B. Nelsen, 6027 Piedmont Ave., became the bride of Joseph Peter Lazzaretto, Jr., Friday evening, March 27, when their nutials were solemnized in the Wee Kirk O ’The Heather. A single ring ceremony was read by Rev. Alden Lee Hill, pastor of the Highland Park Christian Church. A reception was held by the bridal party at the home of the bride’s mother. After a brief honeymoon in Palm Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Lazzaretto will establish a residence in Highland Park.
Feast Of Passover To Be Celebrated At Local Temple [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
Feast Of Passover To Be Celebrated At Local Temple Opening with traditional Seders (suppers) in homes and synagogues at sundown Wednesday, the Jewish Feast of the Passover will be begun by Jews of this area to be observed with feasts and ceremonies until its termination on April 9. Passover services will be held at the Highland Park B’nai B’rith Temple, 5711 Monte Vista Street, Thursday and Friday morning at nine o’clock, and also Friday evening, at which time the children of the religious school will conduct the services.
Burt Laßue Takes Over Produce In Save-More Mkt. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
Burt LaRue Takes Over Produce In Save-More Mkt. Burt LaRue, who has devoted almost a quarter of a century in the produce business, this week took possession of the fruit and vegetable departments in the Save-More Market, 5612 No. Figueroa Street, and Cortner’s Monterey Market in South Pasadena. In keeping with the established policy of these markets, LaRue stated that he will offer the finest quality merchandise at prices that defy comparison.
What Do You Think? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
What Do You Think? Rejoice And Sing Easter comes dispelling sadness Bringing songs of joy and gladness The faith of Christ is now fulfilled And doubt and fear forever stilled The Victory of Christ is won! Praise to the Resurrected One. Rejoice and sing! These are glad tidings Angels bring Immortal life! Eternal spring! Rejoice and sing! —Constance Walker. Easter Easter means more to men in years of great travail personal or national. To all men, of whatever faith, Eastei symbolizes the triumph of faith and life over evil and death as no other day symbolizes it. This Easter finds the civilized world in the agony of its Gethsemene. To triumph over annihilation of all that freemen hold dear, the bitter cup of death, suffering and sorrow must be drunk by millions in many lands. But as Christ, after the sacrifice of his torment and death, rose from the tomb, so many Christian democracy, after the terrible sacrifices of war, rise triumphant to a new life of peace and happiness. This we ma...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
For the EASTER PARAPF en. m WOW SWOWIi- -J The Latest Spring: Hats All Leading: Colors s|9B JL up up If 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 $ J9g “ i and Jerseys ‘up Dolly Madison Millinery &amp; Dresses 5621 No. Figueroa SI.