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JUST A MINUTE, JANE! [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942

JUST A MINUTE, JANE! Pedestrian tunnels were built for YOUR safety too. Use them and you will not suffer the fate of 334 Los Angeles pedestrians who died while crossing Illegally last year. Jane Bussell, film star, shows how NOT to use pedestrian tunnels.

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To Observe Public Schools Week Monday Evening1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942

To Observe Public Schools Week Monday Evening 1 On Monday evening, April 27th, at 8:00 p.m. in the Masonic Temple at 104 N. Ave. 56, Highland Park Lodge No. 382 and Garvanza Lodge No. 492 wil hold their yearly observance of Public Schools Week. This event will mark the 23rd annual program of this character. One week in each year all Masonic Lodges in the State are dark and the members devote their attention to our Public Schools. The sixty-five piece Franklin High School Orchestra under the direction' of Mr. George Wing will present a half-hour musical program, with vocal and instrumental solos. The speaker for this event will be Mr. Robert J. Teall, Principal of Benjamin Franklin High School, who will speak on the subject "Our Schools in the War Emergency.” Mr. Teall has made an Intensive study of the events leading up to the present emergency and his presentation will be forceful and interesting. This program is open to the public and there is no admission charge. You are cordiall...

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Improvement Assoc. Schedules Meeting For Tomorrow Night [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942

Improvement Assoc. Schedules Meeting For Tomorrow Night Thomas R. Dale, president, announces a special meeting of the San Pascual Improvement Association to be held Friday night at 7:45, in the auditorium of the school at 815 San Pascual Ave. This meeting should be attended by every citizen in this precinct to make a decision regarding adequate fire protection for this area in case of an emergency. There will be a representative of the L.A. Fire Department to tell all of those present of a plan.

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Large Attendance At Community Center Services [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942

Large Attendance At Community Center Services With Rae Aaronson and Fred Nathenson as the principal speakers, the jointly sponsored A.Z.A. and Junior Girls Friday eveningservices at the Jewish Community Center on April 17 drew a large attendance and much favorable comment. Choosing as her theme, "The Meaning of Religion to Youth Today in a Chaotic World,” Miss Aaronson declared “Religion Is a way of life.” She said, “Religion is something for every day use—not just a garment to be put on at special occasions and holidays. Religion is faith in the good of every day living; faith that right will prevail and that what is good Will endure and triumph in the end. “Youth are the leaders of our future world. They are the ones who will have to hold fast to the good and beautiful. Youth will have to maintain the principles of liberty, democracy and the right of free religious worship; and they will fight for these, too. It is here in our own America that the basis of our future civilization ...

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Lawn Bowling- Club To Stage Event in Aid of Red Cross [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942

Lawn Bowling- Club To Stage Event in Aid of Red Cross The Highland Park Lawn Bowling Club issued an invitation yesterday to all bowlers to play in a special U.S. defense tournament to aid the Red Cross. The game is scheduled for next Saturday at 9:SO n.m. at Arrovo Seen Greens.

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L.A. Railway Hits Sabotage: Reward Offered For Info. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942

L.A. Railway Hits Sabotage: Reward Offered For Info. Vandalism in the form of muti'lation of streetcar and coach equipment such as seats, seat backs, tires, stanchions and hand rests now amounts to sabotage because it tends to impede transportation, the Los Angeles Railway declared in its publication, "Weekly Topics” last week. “Topics” indicated that most of the equipment so destroyed, either thoughtlessly or maliciously, cannot be replaced and may prove a serious detriment to safe, comfortable transportation. The publication further announced that the Los Angeles Railway is prepared to pay a reward of $lOO.OO for information leading to and resulting in the arrest and conviction of any person committing an act of sabotage against any piece of the Railway’s equipment. “It is to your interest and the interests of the war, effort to assist with the apprehension of any individual committing such sabotage,” Topics concluded.

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Franklin Hi P.-T.A. To Establish War Emergency Fund [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942

Franklin Hi P.-T.A. To Establish War Emergency Fund To aid in establishing- a War Emergency Fund, friends and members of Franklin High School Parent-Teacher Association, are asked to attend a card party to be held Tuesday, April 28, at' 12:30 p.m., in the Highland Park Playground Clubhouse, 6150 Piedmont Ave. Salad and rolls with tea and coffee will be served. The price is twenty-five cents a person.

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Christian Endeavor To Celebrate Fiftieth Jubilee [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942

Christian Endeavor To Celebrate Fiftieth Jubilee The Los Angeles County Christian Endeavor Union will celebrate its fiftieth birthday this week with the opening of a great jubilee convention next Friday evening, May 1, in the Shrine Auditorium, when 5000 young people are expected to be in attendance. The convention will last through Saturday and Sunday. Among the prominent speakers are: Rev. J. R. McCullough, Tacoma, Wash.; Rev. R. S. Beall, Tucson, Ariz.; Rev. Homer Grimes, Hermosa Beach; Rev. Glenn Pudor, Rev. J. Lynd Esch, Rev. Irwin Moon, all from Los Angeles; and Rev. Louts Evans from Hollywood. There will be a choir of 200 trained singers under the direction of Prof. Herbert G. Tovey and many other special features. These sessions are all free to anyone interested, but reserved seats may be had by registering in advance for which there is a charge. The churches in this section which have one or more Christian Endeavor societies and are cooperating in this convention are the fo...

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Christian Science Lesson-Sermon For Next Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942

Christian Science Lesson-Sermon For Next Sunday “Probation after Death” will be the Lesson-Sermon subject in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. Jesus’ promise, as set forth in Matthew, is the Golden Text; “He that shall endure unto t)je end, the same shall be saved.” Jesus’ remarks to his disciples at the last supper, as given in John, are included in the LessonSermon. “Little children,” said Jesus, “yet a little while I am with you . . . Simon Peter said unto him, Lord, whither goest thou? Jesus answered him, hither I go, thou shalt not follow me now; but thou shalt follow me afterwards. . . . And whither I go ye know, and the way ye know. Thomas saith unto him, Lord, we know not whither thou goest; and how can we know the way? Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no mafi cometh unto the Father, but by me. ... A little while, and ye shall not see me: and again, a little while, and ye shall see me, because I go to the Father. . . . These things I h...

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Elect Highlands Council Officers At Meet Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942

Elect Highlands Council Officers At Meet Tomorrow On Friday, April 24, starting at I 9:30 a.m., Highlands Council will i hold an open meeting at t/.ie Tol- ; and Way School, 4545 Tolaftd Way. ; The president, Mrs. Helen Parker, i will preside. Officers for the coming year will i be elected, and a luncheon will fol- ; low the meeting, served by mem- ■ bers of the Toland Way ' P.-T.A., I The following names were heard' i in the report read by Mrs. Frank i H. Schaefer, chairman of the nominating committee at the March meeting of the Council: for presi- . dent, Mrs. Ernest Allen, of Hillside, and Mrs. Hattie Howorth, of Toland Way; for vice-president, Mrs. Lucille Terpinitz, of Annan- . dale, and Mrs, Ruth Milliken, of Latona; for secretary, Mrs. Ed- , ward Koehm, of Loreto Street, and Mrs. Florence Truner, of Yorki dale; for treasurer, Mrs. R. N. Smallcomb, of Eagle Rock Elementary; auditor, Mrs. Genevieve McEuen, of San Pascuai; and historian, Mrs. Zola Brunt, of Rockdale. A slip of t...

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Legion Auxiliary Initiation Held At Last Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942

Legion Auxiliary Initiation Held At Last Meeting New members of the Highland Park Legion Auxiliary were initiated at the regular meeting last Thursday with Eagle Rook drill team officiating and post members in attendance. Lonnie Boyd, Post No. 238 of the Veterans AdminlSr tratlon Facility of San Fernando, presented Verlola Brown, hospital chairman, with a beautiful citation for extraordinary services. Mrs. Brown devotes a great deal of time and effort to the San Fernando Hospital and the auxiliary is very proud of the work she is doing. Members will meet tomorrow, Friday, April 24, at 10 a.m., at th* clubhouse for serving. Supply ships! -- Buy defense bonds!

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942

"/ DON'T GET IT" "T , ) 1 don't get it," she' said. "For years you've been urging us to ride streetcars and and now you seem to have changed \your tune. What's it all about?" ''Madam/' 1 we ex*] planned, "our face is red. We DID urge you to ride our.cars and busses and we STILL DO. We're only asking to try to confine V, your riding to the hours K between nine and four f when you can. War work is causing our usual all-day loads to concentrate Into a few hours. We can do a real | transportation Job if ! you'll cooperate for the duration.*!/ "So that's it. Well, I'll do best I can." r "Madam," we said, "so will we - and that's all any of us CAN do." 90 S * O * < € * 4 O h >- BUY. STAMPS ....BUY BONDS C re si s e’s ESTABLISHED 1911 c • REST THE MOON rises in a starry sky . . . flowers droop their petals in sleep . . . slowly, dark curtains are pulled . . . silence is complete . . . How beautiful, how tender is rest. How much more beautiful, and even more tender is ...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942

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 B Here All Authorized Christian Science Literature May Be Read, Borrowed or Purchased ALL ARE WELCOME Maintained by Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist 5206 North Figueroa street Los Angeles, California mm k ami up ooV'-.? p ° f » Uncle Sam’s Orders: Don’t let your home down! Keep it in good condition and prevent decay by painting. Come to THRIFT during this Spring Carnival Sale and let us show you how easy it Is to modernize your house the Paint* Up Way! \ % »il. J. SPRING CARNIVAL OF VALUES! THURSDAY. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, APRIL 23-24-25 I r STEP LADDERS 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 bathrooms) gal. $1.75 Semi-Gloss Satin Finish Enamel, Extra Special gal. $1.98 Steel Rod undercarry step for safety! Guaranteed Special! EXTENSION LADDERS 50* ft....

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942

HOUSE CLEANING Five Floors Waxed $3.50 Kitchen Cleaned $2.50 Windows 10c Du Pont Service AL. 5875 CL. 72440 Evenings CL. 71266

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Clerical Workers Badly Needed [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942

Clerical Workers Badly Needed Kenneth I. Fulton, acting executive director of the California State Council of Defense, today sent out a call for volunteer clerical workers for duty with rationing boards in their respective communities. Fulton asked county and city defense council officials to assist in the drive for volunteer help, pointing out that until such time as provision is made to engage salaried workers, the present staffs are inadequate to cope with the mounting volume of work. I " " n

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942

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