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Last Rites Held For John Finley [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
Last Rites Held For John Finley Rosary was recited for John Ernest Finley, age 13, Friday, April 10, at Cresse’s Mortuary, with requiem mass celebrated Saturday, April 11, at St. Ignatius Church. Interment followed in Hollywood Memorial Park Cemetery. John died Tuesday, April 7, in the San Gabriel River from drowning. He lived with his mother, Frances Finley, at 141 South Avenue 64.
What Do You Think ? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
What Do You Think ? The Governor Of California! On a momentous, drama-packed inaugural day next January, with the two houses of the Legislature sitting in joint session, the gavel will pound and that cry will suddenly ring out in the historic Assembly Chamber of the State Capitol at Sacramento. The colorful inaugural crowd will surge to its feet; the bands will play, and a great roar of applause will go up. Then, down the center aisle, like a proud but nervous bridegroom, will come the newly-elected Governor of California to mount the rostrum, face the battery of photographers, and finally, as an awed hush settles over the chamber, take his oath of office. It will be a stirring occasion, this inauguration of California’s war-time governor; make no mistake about it! But before a man can walk down that aisle, with the acclaim of his fellow-men ringing in his cars, he must win the right; he must travel the length and breadth of California, taking his campaign to the people. He must . p...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
NEW LOCATION H. B. Edwards Nursery We have closed our nursery at 5530 Monte Vista and hereafter will devote out 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 AVE. Ph. CA-0998 To reach Roseview Avenue follow “W” car from Highland Pk, to Cypress St., turn right and proceed 11 short blocks. Free Delivery in Highland Park Every Tuc». &amp; Frl. Government Reduces Production 75% VISIT OUR RUG &amp; CARPET DEPARTMENT Before Prices Advance Further we 9 x 12' RUGS (Fell) $13.95 27"x54" RUGS (100% Wool Pile) 3.15 6' X 9' RUGS (100% Wool Pile) 17.50 9' x 7.6 RUGS (100% Wool Pile) 21.95 9' x 9' RUGS (100% Wool Pile) 26.25 9'x10.6 RUGS (100% Wool Pile) 30.35 9' x 12' RUGS (100% Wool Pile) 31.95 9'x13.6 RUGS (100% Wool Pile) 39.95 9'xlS'...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
IT'S TIME TO HAVE YOUR "WALLS GLEANED" By Machine No Streaks, No Lap Marks. Let us Brighten and Beautify Your Kitchen and Bath —for Spring. NU-WAIX Cleaning Co. CApilol 3771 500 54-inch Wide Wool Samples Eastern manufacturer closes Los Angeles sample rooms: Sol’s, on the alert, grabs all. Approximately V* yard samples, values to $5.00 yard. Just grand for children's skirts and jumper dresses. Plaids, plains and novelty weaves. Come Early— For Best Selection Buy All You Can. piece c GIVE STAMPS f Tel. Clr-6-6514 &gt; 5704 North Figueroa Street WE GREEN GIVE n STAMPS
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
Health is Defense Guard Against Coughs Ask for Bernfeld’s Labrador Syrup of Gums 49c that’s all FREE DELIVERY GARVANZA PHARMACY 6401 Pasadena Ave. CL-6-331] 7USi m ToitUJju_ un\ MEXICAN DINNER Enchiladas. Spanish Rice, Fried Beans, Salad. Hot Rolls, Tortillas and Butter and Coffee. 55C CHILI RELLENOS .. CHILI COLORADO Con Came TACOS . . BEEF OR CHCKEN Orders Filled by Phone North Figuer-0 Cafe EN ™“ D f s to take ont CL-6-6857 6711 N. FIGUEROA ST. 2 for 36e 808 BEACH, Prop. ,
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
REFRIGERATOR SERVICE 9Announcing our new Licensed and Bonded Refrigerator Service. We service 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 5654 N. FIGUEROA ST. Phone Alyoi49
Many Movie Stars To Attend Premiere Of Ice-Capades [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
Many Movie Stars To Attend Premiere Of Ice-Capades TH EATRES + AMUSEMENTS Greatest number of movie stars ever to attend an ice show premiere will attend the gala opening of the Ice-Capades of 1942 at the Pan-Pacific, Thursday night, April 23, it was predicted today by -John H. Harris, president of the IceCapades organization. “I have had requests from every major studio for tickets for their stars,” Harris said. “I am certain our premiere will be the biggest thing to hit Hollywood since the war started.” The opening is a 100% charity night and will be called "Victory Night,” Harris said. Proceeds from all sources of revenue will be tossed into the benefit pot. The IceCapades will remain at the PanPacific for a limited run following the April 23 premiere. The frozen fantasy is hailed as the most pretentious ice show ever to come here. The cast is starstudded from start to finish. Heading the long list is lovely Lois Dworshak, the famed "Rhythm Girl”; Bellta, the rßitish "Bombshell”; ...
Plumbers Lose Tillie Schafer; Meet East Pasadena Nine Sun. By CHRIS REDONDO [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
Plumbers Lose Tillie Schafer; Meet East Pasadena Nine Sun. By CHRIS REDONDO Rosabell Plumbers hopes for a second consecutive summer league championship were dealt a severe blow when Tillie Schafer, ace southpaw pitcher of the local nine, signed a professional contract with Portland of the Pacific Coast League. The Schafer-less Plumbers will go after their seventh straight semi pro win Sunday, meeting the East Pasadena Merchants at 3:80 on Rosabell Field in the Arroyo Seco. Schafer was the key man of the Plumbers last season in campaigns that brought the summer and winter Southern California semi-pro titles to the crack Highland Park nine. TILLIE TO TOIL NO MORE His departure leaves ajhuge offensive and defensive gap in the Plumber nine. In his two and a half year stay with the locals, Tillie won over 50 games and compiled a batting average well above the 300 mark. Owner Charley Pedrotti has a couple of hurlers in mind to fill the Schafer vacancy. He will probably make a definite ann...
Automobile Club Warns To Watch Out For Tire Thieves [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
Automobile Club Warns To Watch Out For Tire Thieves Watch out for tire thieves or you might have to walk to work! Already tire thefts have jumped SO per cent in Los Angeles city, 10 per cent in Los Angeles county, and all parts of the nation report alarming increases In this type of robbery since tire rationing went into effect, reports the Automobile Club of Southern California. It is Imperative, therefore, says the automobile club, that motorists take tho following simple precautions : 1. Never leave your car parked on a dark street for any length of time. If you are going to a show, park in a lot or garage. If this is not possible, park on a welllighted or heavily traveled street. When visiting friends, park in the driveway or back yard. 2. When at home always put your car in the garage and lock the garage door. 3. Note carefully the closing hour of parking lots. Never leave your car in a lot after attendants are off duty. 4. When possible provide a lock for the spare tire. 5. Wr...
PLAYGROUND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
PLAYGROUND NOTES The Monday night physical conditioning classes being held at the Highland Park playground for Police Auxiliary and Air Raid Wardens is progressing in fine style. The twenty ot twenty-five in regular weekly attendance are going after the various physical tests in real earnest. Among- those who have completed their full quota or more of tests are: Byrne, Cromey, Crowley, Keller, Pyle, Speed. A course on home nursing will be offered at the Verdugo Playground beginning Tuesday, April 21st, at 1 p.m. This is one of the most popular of the Red Cross classes, and one which is of great value to home makers in peace as well as in war. Those wishing to register are urged to be present at the first meeting as the class Is limited in number. If it isn’t raining today, there will be a hike through Griffith Park. Those wishing to join the party will meet at the Verdugo Playground at 9:00 a.m. Love rules the court, the camp, the grove, For love is heaven, and heaven is love. —Sir ...
Luther Burbank P.-T.A. Reelects Mrs. Grace Trerise [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
Luther Burbank P.-T.A. Reelects Mrs. Grace Trerise Mrs. Grace Trerise was re-elect-ed president of the Buchanan Parent Teacher Association at their annual election meeting held April 9th. Other officers elected were Mrs. Mary Brady, Ist vice president; Mrs. Marjorie Dumas, 2nd vice president and historian; Mrs. Annabel Paton, secretary; Mrs. Beulah Woodhull, treasurer; Mrs. Louise Bensel, financial secretary; Mrs. Lelah Brooks, auditor; Mrs. Marguerite Bender, parliamentarian. These officers will be installed in June. Mrs. Harriett B. Randall, M.D., head of the personnel health unit of the Los Angeles City schools, was guest speaker at the meeting, and spoke of the necessity of maintaining high standards of health in the home by correct and balanced feeding plans, which will greatly aid in the defense of our country. The Buchanan school orchestra, under the direction of Mrs. - Zonetta Pender played five numbers.
Jewish Youth To Sponsor Services At Jewish Center [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
Jewish Youth To Sponsor Services At Jewish Center The Jewish youth of Highland Park, consisting of the A Z A, the Junior Girls and the Thursday Club, are jointly sponsoring this Friday evening services at the Community Center at 8:00 p.m. Fred Nathanson and Rae Aaronsen are in charge of the program and Highland Park B’nai B’rith Lodge No. 1205 is lending its full support B’nai B’rith Lodge is sponsoring the services on Friday evening, May 8, and have secured Dr. Joseph A. Rosenburg for the main address. Dr. Rosenburg was chairman for two years of the Los Angeles branch of the Palestine Labor Committee for the Jewish Workers in Palestine and was also the organfeer and past president of the B’nai B’rith in Arizona. He will speak on Zionism and an invitation to attend is extended to the entire community. Mitchell Cohen, as chairman of the committee sponsoring temple services, is in full charge and would be glad to hear from anyone interested. The Sisterhood Chapter, Mrs. Elise Davidow,...
GET BREAK [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
GET BREAK Marjorie Reynolds plans a summer of entertainment in eastern Army camps in which she will dance with soldiers and attempt to teach them some of the dance routines she performed with Fred Astaire in Paramount’s “Holiday Inn,” a picture in which she does half a dozen such routines with Astaire.