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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
6 ROOM HOME Near Cyress—ssoo Cash Bal. easy terms. Level lot, garage. In S. P. Call District W. D. CRAIGMILE 3213 NO. FIGUEROA ST. CA-1-1878 CI-6-8050 N. LUBOVISKI ANNOUNCES NEW LOCATION OF HIS MUSIC SHOP 5520 YORK BOULEVARD Formerly located at 5117 York Blvd. BIG PINE The CUT RATE Service Station BETTER SERVICE Quality Merchandise CL. 6-9326 5350 N. FIGUEROA ST. / Ours is a dual duty! Filling your prescriptions with speed and accuracy is our profession . . . supplying your drug store needs Is our business. We apply to both of these functions a conscientiousness and a desire to serve you in a friendly and efficient manner. Your Monte Vista pharmacist is dependable you can rely on him whatever your needs. For Quick Delivery Service Call AL 8888 We Give S&amp;H Green Stamps MONTE VISTA PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY AYE. 54 AT MONTE VISTA in nnTionni defense OPEN A COAST FEDERAL * SAVINGS ACCOUNT OR BUY UNITED STATES DEFENSE BONDS AT COAST FEDERAL SAVINGS J OI CRA I L , PRESIDENT EIGHT...
Mrs. Jack Boesler Honored By Friends At Stork Shower [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
Mrs. Jack Boesler Honored By Friends At Stork Shower Mrs. Jack Boesler, nee Pauline Russell, was honored at a stork shower given by Mrs. Dorothy Parker and Mrs. Edythe Minton at the latter’s home on Friday, March 27. Those attending were the honoree’s mother, Mrs. Russell, her sister Mrs. McCleary, Mrs. Bargman, Mrs. S. F. Ives, Miss Ardith Stonger, Mrs. Betty Hendricks, Mrs. Peggy Xnglesby, Mrs. Pauline Boesler, and hostesses, Dorothy Parker and Edythe Minton. Mrs. Boesler received gifts front Mrs. Ellen Ives of Corvallis, Oregon, and from her sister, Mrs. Geo. Darnell of Sacramento, Calif,
First Brotherhood Meet Is Success At B’nai B’rith Temple [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
First Brotherhood Meet Is Success At B’nai B’rith Temple Well pleased with the formation last week of a temple brotherhood committee, Rabbi Moses Sucher, spiritual leader of the Highland Park Community Center, announces that the first meeting of the newly organized group will be held shortly after the Passover holidays, the date and place will be announced in the Post-Dispatch next week. The main purpose of the brotherhood is the building of interest in the spiritual activities of the temple and the enrollment of new members. Rabbi Sucher will be present at the meeting and will outline the nature of the program to be followed. Mitchell Cohen has been appointed temporary chairman and asks that all those desiring to participate contact him at his home, 263 Museum Drive, or at the Friday evening services. Temple services this Friday are being sponsored by the youth of the religious school who will conduct the services in its entirety. The main feature of the evening will be an address ...
Sergeant Mitchell Addresses Citizens Of San Pascual [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
Sergeant Mitchell Addresses Citizens Of San Pascual The auditorium of the San Pascual School was filled by citizens interested in their own community, Friday night, March 27. The president, Mr. Thomas R. Dale, presided and presented the program. Boy Scouts from Troop No. 2 of Alhambra, did a very beneficial first aid demonstration for the audience. Sergeant L. L. Mitchell of the L. A. police department, who is an air raid warden co-ordinator for Highland Park, was the speaker. He told of the Importance of organizing at once in each precinct in the city. He explained the reason why this organization had to handle the problems of this neighborhood in case of a blackout, a bombing, or any emergency that might arise that would affect the community. “It is up to every person in every precinct to see that first aid kits, emergency food supplies are on hand, and a casualty station, and a center where the air raid wardens can drop in for a cup of coffee.” Sergeant Mitchell said in part. Mr....
Buchanan P.T.A. Next Meet In School Auditorium [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
Buchanan P.T.A. Next Meet In School Auditorium The Buchanan Parent Teacher Association will meet next Thursday, April 9, at 2 p.m. in the school auditorium. The topic for the day will be “Our Responsibilities in Promoting Better Health Habits in the Community,” with Harriett B. Randall, M. D„ head of the personnel health unit of the Los Angeles city schools, as speaker. The school orchestra under the direction of Mrs. Zonetta Pender vyiH be an added feature of the program. Mrs. Grace Trerise will preside, and hostesses for the day will be Miss Carol Ford’s and Mrs. Magdelena Stelzner’s rooms. At this meeting the election of officers for the forthcoming year will be held. Nominees are as follows; Mrs. Grace Trerise, for president; Mrs. Mary Brady, first vice president; Mrs. Marjorie Dumas (teacher), second vice president and historian; Mrs. Annabel Paton, secretary: Mrs, Beulah Woodhull, treasurer; Mrs. Louise Bensel, financial secretary; Mrs. Lelah Brooks, auditor, and Mrs. Margueri...
Highlands Council P.T.A. In Report On Nominees [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
Highlands Council P.T.A. In Report On Nominees Mrs. Helen Parker, president of Highlands Council, presided at the March meeting of the Council held at Dahlia Heights School on Friday. March 27. After a friendly welcome by the president of Dahlia Heights P-T.A., Mrs. R. E. Giese. and by the school principal, Ruth M. Baugh Myers, the Inspirational Message was read by the home service chairman, Mrs. Mabel Hart. Mrs. Frank R. Schaefer, Council parliamentarian, and chairman of the nominating committee reported the following nominees for council offices: Mrs. Ernest Allen from Hillside and Mrs. Hattie Howorth from Poland Way, for president; Mrs. Lucille Terpinitz, from Annandale, and Mrs. Ruth Milli'ken, from Latona, for vice president; Mrs. Edward Koehm, from Loreto Street, and Mrs. Florence Turner, from Yorkdale, for secretary; Mrs. R. N. Smallcomb, from Eagle Rock Elementary, for treasurer; Mrs. Genevieve McEuen, from San Pascual, for auditor, and Mrs. Zola Brunt, from Rockdale, for hi...
PLAYGROUND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
PLAYGROUND NOTES The annual Easter Egg Hunt will be held at the Verdugo Playground Saturday, April 4, at 1 p.m. All children from toddlers to ’teens are invited. As usual the little ones will be safely separated from these from the eight to 12 year olds. As usual, too, the hunt will start on time. * * * The women’s walking group meeting on Thursday morning, April 2, will be a mother and child hike. Because of the spring vacation mothers are invited to bring their children if over 10 years old. The walk is to be through Elysian Park. Lunch will be eaten at one of the picnic spots in the park. Hardy hikers will walk back, those who are tired will take the street car. The party leaves the playground at 9:30 a.m. It is in man and not in his circumstances that the secret of his destiny resides. -—Carlyle
Technocracy, Inc. Invites Public To See Unusual Film [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
Technocracy, Inc. Invites Public To See Unusual Film Tonight at 8 p.m. a free motion picture entitled "On to Jupiter’’ will be presented at Section 1, R.D. 11834, 2666 Pasadena avenue, for the entertainment of members and friends of Technocracy, Inc., announces Everett Bertoia, education chairman. Leslie D. Barnett, director, will give a brief explanatory talk following the lilm. A new study course series will be inaugurated Tuesday evening, April 7, with a discussion of the responsibilities of Technocrats in the present emergency by Mr. Bertoia. It is advisable that all those wishing to go through the 22-les-son study course of Technocracy, Inc. begin now.
P.T.A. Group To Hear Talk By Roscoe Goodcell [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
P.T.A. Group To Hear Talk By Roscoe Goodcell The Luther Burbank Parent Teachers Association will meet* Tuesday, April 7, at 2 p.m. in the gymnasium. , Mr. Roscoe Goodcell of the Auto- ' mobile Club of Southern California will speak on "Americanism.” A cake contest by the girls of the Home Economics Department will be part of the program. The Executive Board of the Luther Burbank P.T.A. has been called by the President, Mrs. Ruth Dietsch,' for 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, April 7, in Room 256. The following chairmen have been named to work with Mrs. Kay Bauer, defense chairman: Mrs. D. W. Slight, transportation; Mrs. Ruth Dietsch, nutrition, and Mrs. R. E. McNamara, Red Cross.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
For LOCAL and NATION WIDE Moving and Shipping Call BUSK VAN AND STORAGE Call for Estimate 30 DAYS FREE STORAGE 0060 N. Figueroa AL 0159 Evenings AL. 9264 HIGHLAND PARK BAPTIST CHURCH North Avenue 59 and Monte Vista Easter Day A.M. 8:30 9:45 11:00 Triplicate Services 7J3® P.M. EASTER CANTATA THE RADIO MINISTRY KMTR Mondays - Wednesdays - Fridays at 9 o’clock a.m. Co-Pastors Stanley and Bart Jacobson WE SPECIALIZE IN FRIENDLINESS C re $ ? e’s ESTABLISHED 1911 IS to HOME TO STAY WE ARE God’s homing pigeons, released for a few, brief hours to visit a world full of wonders. When twilight falls, we must return- to the quiet that is Peace, the beauty that is Home ... to be forever enveloped in Eternity, and enfolded in the robes of immortality. UNEXCELLED SERVICE AND NONE LESS EXPENSIVE 4824 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. 5860 N. FIGUEROA ST. EAGLE ROCK REDWOOD CHAPEL HIGHLAND PARK LOS ANGELES CLeveland 6-2211 ALbany 0166
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
BUY DEFENSE BONDS CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM 5630 North Figueroa Street . Open Week Days from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.. Excepting Wednesday, When It Closes at 6 Here All Authorized Christian Science Literature May Be Read, Borrowed or Purchased ALL ARE WELCOME Maintained by Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist 6206 North Figueroa street los an cries, California HOUSE CLEANING Five Floors Waxed $3.50 Kitchen Cleaned $2.50 Windows 10c Du Pont Service AL. 5875 CL. 72440 Evenings CL. 71286 Yes, We're UNITED for ACTION!! And Action there shall he! Thrift Paint &amp; Linoleum Co, believes that it is also contributing to the good of National Defense to give the American Public Honest Values so here is a Barrage of Values for— PATRIOTIC DAYS fill' STEP UDDERS Steel Rod undercarry step for safety! SALE! FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, APRIL 3 &amp; 4 Big Reductions on All Dutch Boy Products During Sale Only One-Coat Enamel—STA-GLOSS gal. $1.98 High Gloss Enamel (Ideal for kitchen and bathroo...
Effective Method Of Extinguishing Magnesium Fires [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
Effective Method Of Extinguishing Magnesium Fires New and more effective methods of extinguishing magnesium - fires in commercial plants have been developed by the Bureau of Mines, Dr. R. R. Sayers, director of the bureau, reported to the Secretary of the Interior. Designed for places where magnesium is handled continuously the method is equally effective in incendiary bombs in wartime to the extent special substances are widely available. Hard coal-tar pitch in granulated or flaked form is a highly satisfactory substance for extinguishing a magnesium flame, Dr. Sayers stated. When spread upon a magnesium fire, the coaltar pitch softens and forms an air-tight blanket which quickly smothers the flame. This method is regarded as superior to the use of sand and water or prepared compounds, none of which is believed entirely successful in putting out a magnesium fire. Sand helps prevent the spread of the fire, but it does not actually seal out the air and stop the flame. A spray of wate...
Opportunity For Women To Enlist For First Aid [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942
Opportunity For Women To Enlist For First Aid Women of Highland Park, who have been asking how they may aid in the war effort, now have the opportunity to do so by enlisting in first aid. Announcement is made by the Community Center, located at 5911 Monte Vista Ave., that Dr. Frank Watkins has volunteered his services as class Instructor and that the first class will begin on April 7, at 3 p. m. The class will meet every Tuesday and Friday for two hours. The Temple Sisterhood, under Mrs. E. Davidow, president, is actively aiding in this work and those desiring more information may contact Mrs. Davidow by phoning her at CL-7996.