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Co-ordinating Council To Sponsor Community Chorus [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
Co-ordinating Council To Sponsor Community Chorus Through the medium of the Glassell - Cypress Coordinating Council, a new resident was introduced at the luncheon May 6, Mr. Elton Menno Ross. Mr. Ross is a nationally known choir leader with a musical background reflecting a long and mature experience. He has offered to train and lead a Community Chorus composed of singers drawn from from local choirs, school organizations and residents of the district. The Coordinating Council met his offer with a most enthusiastic response and such an organisation is now being arranged for at the Verdugo Playground, the time and date of the first meeting will be given later. It is a very real privilege to be able to offer this community such an opportunity to enrich its cultural life, and to be able to give the local songsters a chance for competent coaching in the art of vocal expression and choral interpretation. Mr. Ross possesses a fine musical library and has made an intensive study of church ...
Buchanan P.T.A. To See Motion Picture On Wild Life [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
Buchanan P.T.A. To See Motion Picture On Wild Life On Friday, April 17th, the Buchanan Parent Teacher Association will sponsor an entertainment presented by William Henry Allan on the Conservation of Wild Life. It is a motion picture lecture, and there will be two showings; one at 2 p.m. for the younger children, and the other at 3 p.m. for the older children. Admission prices; 11c for children; 16c for adults, tax Included. Refreshments will be on sale after the performance. This program is highly recommended for all ages. Mrs. Annabel Paton, membership chairman, announces that the Buchanan Parent Teacher Association now has a total membership of 354 members, the highest recorded to date.
How’s Your Health? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
How’s Your Health? By Dr. Roy D. Kohl A severe, sudden pain in the chest, accompanied by nausea, prostration, sweating and weakness In a person past middle age or past 40 is alarming and rightly so. Your doctor should be consulted immediately, and he should come to you, because activity under such circumstances is usually contraindicated. The strict observance of absolute rest is one of the major requirements for recovery. The degree of rcovery depends on the amount of damage done at the time of the attack and your doctor’s constant advice over a period of weeks is necessary. The condition is usually severe and the sacrifices necessary for oxygen and nurses and special tests as Electrocardiograms are advisable. Your doctor’s advice must be followed implicidly. Recovery may vary from complete recovery in a few instances to complete disability. Pain may be severe and require constant alleviation. There is great uncertainty for at least the first two weeks after the r .Lack. No one sho...
Franklin Hi P.T.A. Schedule Meeting-For Next Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
Franklin Hi P.T.A. Schedule MeetingFor Next Wednesday The regular monthly meeting of the Franklin High School Parent Teacher Association will be held Wednesday, April 15, at 1:30 p.m. in room 280 Auditorium Building. Mrs. Nell Howard, president, will preside. Bob Oelrich, Boys’ League president, will lead the Pledge of Allegiance. There will be a panel discussion under the general chairmanship of Mr. Barnett Atkinson. The topic to be, the importance of consumer education for wise spending. Students taking part in the discussion are Eugene Taylor, chairman, Norman Waldschmidt, Ralph Shaffer, Beverly Woolf, Earl Westcott. The A Cappella choir will sing two numbers under the direction of Martha Abbott. The demonstration will be given by the ROTC drill team under the direction of Arthur Fish. The senior problems teachers will be present at the social hour and tea. Those representing Franklin High School Parent Teacher Association at the 12th annual women’s civic conference at the Univer...
L.A. Ry. Lists Tire Conservation Rules [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
L.A. Ry. Lists Tire Conservation Rules Driving' errors which cause unusual wear to now-precious tires were listed in special instruction to coach operators by the Los Angeles Railway this week as a part of the Railway’s program of vital material conservation. As an aid to private motorists the Railway Bureau of Public Service has made public the findings of its survey in condensed ! form. 1 ‘‘We realize that most automobile drivers are aware of practi- j caliy all of the points included in! this compendium,” the Bureau’s 1 report stated, “but we also feel that it may be helpful to issue them in combined form as a reminder to motorists that there are many ways in which tire rubber can be conserved.”
Glassell Pk. P.T.A. To Hear Carl Etter At Next Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
Glassell Pk. P.T.A. To Hear Carl Etter At Next Meeting Glassell Park Parent Teachers Association will hold its next meeting on April 14th, and a special feature of the program will be a talk by Mr. Carl Etter, who will choose as his subject, “The Exceptional Child.” Class demonstrations will be given by the children of Mrs. Sherwood’s and Mrs. Whitmer’s rooms, both first grade. At this time, will also be held the annual election of officers, with Mrs. Matthews, president, presiding.
Strict Enforcement Of Pedestrian Laws To Continue [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
Strict Enforcement Of Pedestrian Laws To Continue "Although pedestrian fatalities have dropped 26 per cent below last year’s figures, the Los Angeles Police Department will not relax its strict enforcement program of pedestrian laws,” Deputy Chief B. R. Caldwell, director of the Traffic Division, announced this week. Six of each eight pedestrians killed this year died because they violated traffic laws. It is the aim of the Police Department to enforce walking laws that are causing accidents, injuries and deaths. Consequently, officers are scanning the streets for the pedestrian who crosses streets against traffic signals, cuts across intersections diagonally and weaves his way through traffic in mid-block. Pedestrian fatalities have claimed 69 lives so far this year. Of that number 51 were struck because they failed to obey traffic laws. If all pedestrians had only observed traffic laws, which are provided for their safety, the toll would have been reduced 75 per cent. Other danger...
PLAYGROUND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
PLAYGROUND NOTES The popular Mystery Nine will play a postoffice team from Station K this Sunday, April 12. at the Verdugo Playgrounds. The postoffice team is composed of speedy negro boys who offer promise of a really tight, fast game. The game opens sharply at 2 p.m. The walking group from the Verdugo Playground plans to follow the trails of Griffith Park Thursday morning, April 16. The group will meet at the playground at 9 a.m. and proceed by streetcar and bus to the park. Having discovered Elysian Park last week the group is looking forward to prowling through the hills of this larger city park. Another blood doning group is being arranged with the Red Cross at the playground on May 15. Although the group is intended primarily for those who wish to repeat there will be a few places open for first timers. Any man or woman wishing to join may call CL. 69383 between 2 and 6 in the afternoon and register.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
That friendly chap may tell a Jap. rtt« place &lt;5» m Ends Saturday! Abbott and Costello ‘RIDE ’EM COWBOY” Leslie Howard “MISTER V” Free Auto Park Cagney - Morgan - Marshall ‘CAPTAINS OF THE CLOUDS Ginger Rogers “ROXIE HART” ?6?4 NO BRSAOWAY i PHONE CA r BU')li Adults I Friday - Saturday | g j Super-Shiver Show ' “The Black' Doll” “The Lady la .Tax me the Morgue’ Here's Quality When it comes to highballs ana 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 St. m RAN KLIN 5502 X. Figueroa AL. 1060 NOW! KND9 SAT. James Ellison - Virginia Gilmore “Mr. District Attorney in the Carter Case” Roy Rogers, "Gabby” Hayes, his bewhlskered side kick and Sons of the Pioneers “South of Santa Fe” Extra Fun: POPEYE Cartoon "NIX ON HYPNOTRICKS” Sat. Mat. &amp; Early Evening Only—it Another C...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
SIERRA Eagle Rock at Colorado AL. 4729 FRE hT PARKING Now Playing: Thru Saturday “BELLE STARR” with R. Scott - G. Tierney —aIso—“DRESSED TO KILL” with Lloyd Nolan - M. B. Hughes Saturday Matinee Cash Prizes lor Children Sun.. Mon.. Tues. Jack Benny in '‘CHARLEY’S AUNT” —aIso—“CHARLIE CHAN IN RIO" with Sidney Toler Jackpot Keno Every Wednesday EAGLE 4884 Eagle Rock Blvd. at Tosemile Dr. AL-SlS* Thurs., Fri., Sat. April 9-11 Academy Award Winner Joan Fontaine - Cary Grant In “SUSPICION” AND Kay Kyscr - Lupe Velez In “PLAYMATES” Cash-In Nite Friday and Tuesday Plus Jack Pot *Sun. to Wed. April 12-15 Orson Welles in “CITIZEN KANE” AND Edgar Bergen - Chas. McCarthy In “LOOK WHO’S LAUGHING” Every Monday Constance Bennett Cosmetics Free to Ladies 3526 Eagle Rock Blvd. AL 9912 NOW! ENDS SAT. A Circus of Hilarity and Joy! Monte Woolley. Bette Davis, Ann Sheridan, Jimmy Durante, Billie Burke in “The Man Who Came To Dinner” Bruce Cahot - Warren William Constance Bennett “WILD BILL HICKOK RIDES...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
1 LOOKING TOWARD SPRING When a young lady's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of new millinery, you can be sure that spring is not too far off. (Above) Eleanor ,i Parker, Warner Bros, starlet, chooses verdant green felt for a saucy little sports that dips down straight over one lovely eye. (Center) Elisabeth"'Fraser, featured In Warner Bros. - hilarious new, comedy "The Man Who Came To Dinner," wears a tiny and demure black ribbon bonnet atop her pompadour, to complement a dressy afternoon frock. (Bottom) Faye Emerson, featured in "Wild Bill Hlckok Rides,” takes a tip from our good neighbors in her choice of a black halo hat, anchored with a Hair-concealing white turban. DR. B. SCHWARTZ Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 5224 N. Figueroa St. ALbany 4201
Page 2 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
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Committee On Brotherhood To Sensor Services [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
Committee On Brotherhood To Sensor Services With plans for reorganization well under way and considerable progress reported, Rabbi Moses Sucher, spiritual leader of the Highland Park Community Center, announces that the newly formed brotherhood committee is sponsoring the services this Friday evening. keynote of the brotherhood te the, promotion and development of the spiritual activities of the Temple and Mitchell Cohen, temporary chairman, is seeking the support of those who believe that Jewish community life should be centered in the Temple. Rabbi Sucher- will deliver the sermon of the evening “Why a Temple Brotherhood” and will be assisted in the pulpit by Chairman Cohen. Last week’s services were sponsored by the children of the Sunday school and once again these youngsters proved that in time to come Judaism will be safeguarded by strong anji able champions. Despite the sudden rain the services were given with enthusiasm and many of the students took leading parts. Malcolm Wil...