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Jessup In Race For Governor To Seek Republican Nominalion At Polls In Primary Election [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
Jessup In Race For Governor To Seek Republican Nominalion At Polls In Primary Election Roger W. Jessup, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors of Los Angeles County lor the past six years, has officially announced his candidacy lor the Republican nomination for Governor of California, at the Primary Election next August. Jessup, who is extensively engaged in the dairy business, outlined his platform on a state- . . . NEXT GOVERNOR? wide radio broadcast Wednesday of this week and indicated that the theme of his campaign will be economy in State government and immediate tax reduction. He is known to favor outright repeal of the State Income Tax. He does not take an immediate stand on the highly co»U'q.yefsial “Hot Cargo Bill," calling attention to the fact that this measure is to be voted upon by the people themselves at the November election, but he does promise that “before election day rolls around, the voters of this State will know exactly where Roger Jessup stands on each and ever...
P.-T. A. Annual Convention To Be Held Today [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
P.-T. A. Annual Convention To Be Held Today The forty-third annual convention of Tenth District Parents and Teachers will be held today at Benjamin Franklin High school, 820 North Avenue 54. Mrs. E. K. Strong, president of the State P.-T.A. will be the speaker of the morning, her topic being, “Setting the Pattern in the Home.” In keeping with the theme of the meeting, ‘Patterns for Sane Living and Balanced Spending in the Home,” there will be a demonstration by the Social Arts Class of Benjamin Franklin High school. Registration for voting privileges will be opened from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. when the meeting will be called to order by Mi’s. Edwin J. Strong the president, who will preside. Mrs. Strong will be assisted by Mrs. Donald M. Rankin, third vice-president and director of extension for Tenth District. Polls will be open lor voting at 12:30 p.m. and close at 2:00 p.m. Nominees for the offices to be voted upon are as follows: President, Mrs. Edward T. Walker; 2nd vice-presiden...
Bldg. & Loan Assoc. To Occupy New Quarters [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
Bldg. &amp; Loan Assoc. To Occupy New Quarters For almost seventeen years, the Los Angeles American Building &amp; Loan Association, located at 5101 York boulevard, has advocated and encouraged the “own your own home’’ idea, resulting in hundreds of monthly payment loans made to residents of Highland Park and adjacent communities who have either built or purchased a home of their own. All this time, since 1924 to be exact, according to W. G. Tomlinson, secretary, while aiding others to own their own homes, the association has operated in leased offices; not however, without definite plans that some day they would own and occupy their own headquarters. Soon after the first of next month these plans are to be realized when the association will move to its new permanent home recently purchased at 5700 No. Figueroa street. Mechanics are now busy modernizing and preparing the building for occupancy, and upon completion patrons will find the association prepared and equipp...
Dr. Maude Wilde To Be Heard At Ebell Club Meet [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
Dr. Maude Wilde To Be Heard At Ebell Club Meet By Mrs. Harry D. Anderson Another Public Affairs Day next Tuesday, April 14, at the Ebell Club, when Mrs. George B. Doolittle ,chairman, presents Dr. Maude Wilde, Founder-Man-ager Mother’s Educational Center. Dr. Wilde will talk on “Save the Babies; Save the Nation.” Mrs. Lee O. Tenney will be soloist. There will also be a spring fashion show, featuring fashions, from one of the local dress shops. At the Literature section, Floy Bernice Palmer will give the last of her series of book reviews. Today, April 10, is the regular monthly bridge party. Salad of fruits will be served at 12:30 by the April Ways and Means committee with Mrs. M. B. Gregory and Mrs. E. K. Nider, hostesses. Next Monday, the 13th, the class in Handcraft will meet with Mrs. Ralph Henderson, instructing. Los Angeles District, California Federation of Women’s Clubs’ Convention will be held in Long, Beach, April 14-15-16. Delegates from the club are, Mrs. C. V. Whitney, ...
Land Condemned By Council For Slope Easement [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
Land Condemned By Council For Slope Easement Condemnation of property needed for slope easements in connection with the improvement of Figueroa street between Neola street and Buena Vista terrace was authorized by the city council this week. The city engineer reported that damages would amount to $16,675 in securing the land required in stablizing a bank, as high as 60 feet in some places, that will be left along the south side of Rockdale avenue, east of Figueroa, and along the east side of Figueroa south of Rockdale.
New Bus Line Is Planned Aircraft Workers To Have Direct Line To Lockheed [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
New Bus Line Is Planned Aircraft Workers To Have Direct Line To Lockheed If an application now before the Board of Public Utilities and Transportation is granted, aircraft workers at the Lockheed and Vega plants will be able to get transportation direct to their places of employment. The application, hearing on which will be held in the hearing room of the Police Commission in the City Hall on Friday, April 10, was filed because of the emergency now existing in transportation facilities to the Lockheed and Vega plants. The proposal calls for chartered buses to operate from three railhead points direct to the plants mentioned, and is of interest to Highland Park and vicinity for the reason that one of these railheads will be at York boulevard and Avenue 50. The service will be for aircraft workers only. The filing of the application is the outcome of arrangements made by the Los Angeles Railway and officials of the aircraft factories. The above information was given to the Post-Dispa...
Open House Held At Glassell Park Baptist Church [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
Open House Held At Glassell Park Baptist Church Tuesday night was open house at the Glassell Park Baptist Church. It was for the purpose of acquainting the people of the community with the many activities of the church and of the way in which the members of this community might benefit by these activities. There are groups of all ages, with men and women well equipped for the roll of Consular. The church is especially pleased with the World-Wide Guild—a girls’ organization under the direction of Mrs. Thyra Randall. Plans are under way to organize a boys’ group to meet the needs of the boys in this community.
Deadline Nears For Returns On Personal Income [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
Deadline Nears For Returns On Personal Income Less than fifteen days now remain in which to file a return of annual net income under the provisions of the California State Personal Income Tax Act. According to Chas. J. McColgan, Franchise Tax Commissioner of the State of California, all persons, single or head of family, whose net income amounted to $l,OOO or more, or married couples whose combined net income amounted to $2,500 or more, and all persons, married or single, whose gross income equalled or exceeded $5,000, must file with the State of California. Residents of California are taxable upon their net income, even though all or a part is derived residents of California are taxable only upon income from California sources. If a driver behind is overanxious to get around you, pull over and let him pass before he takes a chance and involves you in an accident, too.
U. S. TREASURY HONOR AWARD [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
U. S. TREASURY HONOR AWARD Kellogg' Van Winkle, left, State Chairman for Defense Savings Committee, Insurance Underwriters’ Assoc., and Wm. H. Hodge, Deputy State Administrator, Treasury Department, admire new Pay-Roll Savings Flag, an award of merit recently authorized by Secretary of the Treasury, Henry Morgenthau, dr., to industrial corporations, business firms and labor unions who have a 90% or more enrollment of their personnel in the Payroll Savings Plan. The announcement was made yesterday by William H. Hodge, Deputy Administrator for the Southern California Defense Savings Staff, who was appointed to handle this all-import-ant phase of the Defense Savings Program.
What Do You Thinkl [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
What Do You Thinkl ”God Give Us Mere” Never has an election year come in circumstances more solemn or dramatic than those of 1942. While millions of Americans will be standing in voting booths, deciding freely upon candidates and issues, other Americans will be dying in far places so that the government of the American people shall endure for o.ur children and our children’s children. With ballots made valid with American blood, Californians will elect a war-crisis Governor and other officials, and throughout America congressmen and State officials will be named. The soundness, the wisdom, the fundamental rightness of democratic self-rule faces a supreme test. Generations ago, when the wounds of the Civil War were yet bleeding and the fevers of fraternal hatreds and sectional bitterness racked the public mind, an American editor, Josiah Gilbert Holland, wrote a poem that was a prayer on an election eve. He did not plead for victory for any man, any party, any creed, any factional ca...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
REFRIGERATOR SERVICE Announcing our new Licensed. and Bonded Refrigerator Service. We se r vice all makes, minor repairs or complete rebuilding. Art Burns, Service Manager, has had many years' experience. If your Refrigerator is over three years old, it will pay you to have it serviced and prevent more expensive trouble later. HOLLAND Electric Shop Open Evenings 5634 N. Figueroa St. Phone AL-0149 LOS ANGELES' OWN FINEST MADE VENETIAN BLINDS Mi.wmwgJ a* *s.”ijr ■ isps^wSSß'^ Phat) i« ; M p P«si( „ f "S rl, i P f value „f K i z|, -° fc ,io Ai or V» •»“!&amp; ‘"Mr „^ p &amp; rr saSF - «•»«Te*S i ,tations - O nl v ID fh e coa ‘ be ne .'a tT,tz:r»' boaat ?; cVspreserve the (Acr °- from b";^; 3388 Open Evenings Tlil^]o &amp;L, ght) ,„;f
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
Hew Location Of H. E. Edwards Nursery We have closed our nursery at 5530 Monte Vista and hereafter will devote our entire interests to our location at 2672 Roseview Ave., where we have engaged in the nursery business for the past 25 years. In leaving Highland Park we wish to take occasion to thank all those who contributed to our success, and bid you a welcome to our Roseview Ave. location. 2672 Roseview flve. Ca-0998 To reach Roseview Avenue follow “W” car from Highland Pk. to Cypress St., turn right and proceed 7 short blocks.
Ice-Capades Hailed As Greatest Show In History [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
Ice-Capades Hailed As Greatest Show In History THEATRES + AMUSEMENTS Hailed as the greatest ice extravaganza from the standpoint of production and “name” stars the IceCapades of 1942 will make Its Hollywood premiere at the Pan-Pacific Auditorium, Thursday evening, April 23, it was announced this week. The Ice-Capades boasts a company of 10p with 27 star-studded acts, 48 Ice-Ca“pets”, the IceCadets and is headlined by the top skating personalities of the nation. Among the many stars with this year’s new show are Megan Taylor, successor to Sonja Henie as world’s amateur cha ja Henie as world’s amatenr champion; Donna Atw.ood, Los Angeles girl, acclaimed the most beautiful girl on ice; Belita, the English rink wonder; Lois Dworshak, famed “Rhythm Girl”; Vera Hruba, Czech beauty; Lyman and Jackson, noted comics; Red McCarthy, the Nijinsky of the ice; Joe Jackson Jr. funny vagabond; Robin Lee, five-time national amateur king: Dench and Stewart, English Gold Medalists; A 1 Burette. the St...
Technocracy, Inc. To Stage Spring Party And Dance [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
Technocracy, Inc. To Stage Spring Party And Dance The monthly social of Section 1, R.D. 11834, Technocracy Inc., will be a Spring Party and Dance to be held this Saturday, April 11, at 8 p.m. at section headquarters, 2666 Pasadena Ave. Games will be provided for those who prefer them to dancing. and refreshments will be served. Pat Chiechi, social chairman, invites the public to attend. Service men will be admitted free. Next Tuesday evening, 34-1 will present an excellent outside InItructor, Norman McFadden, mltrophysicist, in the lesson. “IntroSuction to Science,” at the reguar study class.
Colored Giants Meet Plumbers; Bill Reinke Back BY CHRIS REDONDO [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
Colored Giants Meet Plumbers; Bill Reinke Back BY CHRIS REDONDO Highland Park’s Rosa be 11 Plumbers received two doses of news this week—bad, and then good, as they prepared for what looks like should be an Interesting game with the Colored Giants at 2:30 on Rosabell Field in the Arroyo Seco. MORENO LEAVES Dick Moreno, ace Rosabell shortstop, sent the Pedrottl countenance from a grin into a grimace when he announced that he was leaving imcediately for his professional debut with Pocatello in the Pioneer League as a St. Louis Cardinal hired hand. But, no sooner bad Charley Perdotti started tearing out his hair by the handfuls big Bill Reinke, who left the Plumbers several weeks ago to work Sundays in a defense plant, came through with the news that split a grin clean across the Rosabell biss’ face. Reinke returns to his old spot Sunday and will be available for the coming summer league, which starts in May. Reinke’s return gives the Plumbers additional left handed power at the plate ...