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AT THE FRANKLIN [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942

AT THE FRANKLIN Cary Grant plays opposite Joan Fontaine in “Suspicion” starting Sunday at the Franklin Theatre. The co-feature on the same bill is “Right To The Heart.”

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AT THE DALE [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942

AT THE DALE Brenda Marshall stars opposite James Cagney in “Captain of the Clojids,” current hit at the Dale Theatre. The companion feature on the same bill is “Melody Lane” starring Leon Errol and the Merry Macs.

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AT THE EAGLE [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942

AT THE EAGLE Nancy Kelly stars opposite Robert Preston in “Pacific Blackout,” starting Monday at the Eagle Theatre. The companion feature on the same bill is Penny Singleton and Arthur Lake in “Blondie Goes To College.”

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Mrs. E. W. Allen New President Of Highlands Council [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942

Mrs. E. W. Allen New President Of Highlands Council Mrs. E. W. Allan, from Hillside, was elected president of Highlands Council, succeeding Mrs. Helen Parker, at the meeting if the Council held at Toland Way School, Friday, April 24. To serve with Mrs. Allen for the coming year the following were, elected: for vice-president, Mrs. Ruth Milliken, from Aragon Avenue; for secretary, Mrs. Florence Turner, from York dale; for treasurer, Mrs. R. H. Smallcomb, from Eagle Rock Elementary; for auditor, Mrs. Genevieve McEuen, from San Pascual, and for historian, Mrs. Zola Brunt, from Rockdale. Mrs. George Klawitter, junior past president of the Council, and at present magazines chairman for Tenth District, conducted the election. The election board was made up of the following members: Mrs. George Clarke, from Yorkdale; Mrs. L. L. Penn, of San Rafael; Mrs. Hazel Mck. Lewis, of Annandale; Mrs. Nellie P. Montgomery, of Monte Vista; Mrs. Mabel L, Hart, of Latona Avenue; Mrs. Kenneth E. Lynch, of...

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Robert Muir To Be At G.P. Baptist Church [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942

Robert Muir To Be At G.P. Baptist Church How would you like to be on a ship and then, almost without warning, the ship was torpedoed and you among many others drifted on the open sea for days, and live to tell the story? That is exactly what happpened to Mr. Robert Muir, a passenger on the ill-fated Zam Zam. Next Sunday, May 3, at 9:30 a.m. in the Glassell Park Baptist Church, Eagle Rock Blvd. at Ave. 30, Mr. Muir will tell the story of the sinking of the Zam Zam and the subsequent hardships endured by the survivors before and after they we - c picked up by a German raider.

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Fine Program To Be Presented By Women’s Aid Society [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942

Fine Program To Be Presented By Women’s Aid Society At the regular meeting; of the Women’s Aid Society of the Highland Park Presbyterian- church, Thursday, May 7, 1:30 p.m., a very fine program; will be presented. The speaker, Mrs. Philip C. Jones of Burbank, has chosen for her topic “Meeting The Desert Ultimately.” Still pictures, taken by Mr. Jones in Kodachrome, will be projected on a screen. The pictures will show desert flowers in their natural settings and In natural color, also a display of desert objects such as precious stones, plants and rocks. A cordial invitation is extended to everyone in the community.

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* FRANKLIN HI-LITES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942

* FRANKLIN HI-LITES By DONNA HAYS OPEN HOUSE TODAY Franklin High School throws open its doors today in its annual open house day. All parents and other'friends are invited to come and see how Franklin operates. Open house in previous years has been held at night but due to the imminence of black-outs, the time has been changed to a day program. In some ways this is better as the guests will be able to see regular classes in session. The program begins with period one, at 8:30 o’clock, through to period five, ending at 2:00. Besides the regular schedule, there will be departmental displays of student activities. FRANKLIN ORCHESTRA The Franklin Senior orchestra was awarded-the rating of “superior” by the judges at the Band and Orchestra Festival at Compton Junior College last Friday. Soloists Ralph Shafer, violin: Margaret Mattison, flute; Catherine Mills, cello; and Patricia Wells, violin: were rated superior in their contests. Excellent ratings were won by Betty Mayer, trombone; and...

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Delevan Dr. P.-T.A. Elects Mrs. Thost As President [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942

Delevan Dr. P.-T.A. Elects Mrs. Thost As President The April meeting of Delevan Drive Parent-Teacher Association was annual election time. Mrs. Wm. Thost was elected president; Mrs. Harold Wright, Ist vice president; Miss Caroline Libbie, 2nd vice president; Mrs. Alden Ford, secretary; Mrs. Lawrence Cleary, treasurer; Mrs, Henry Wismer, auditor; Mrs. Bruce Wood, historian. Mrs. Henrietta Schultz, principal, was speaker of the day. She spoke on Problems of Education which is the theme of the month. The afternoon group of kindergarten children entertained with songs and verses, Mrs. Helen Parker, president of Highlands Council, presented Proffisear Roth as guest singer and also explained the choral work that is being planned In the community.

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Navy Relief Society In Campaign To Raise $500,000 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942

Navy Relief Society In Campaign To Raise $500,000 Navy Relief Society this week is launching a campaign to raise $500,000 in Southern California to provide relief for dependents of men in the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard. “This is the first time in history that Navy Relief has made a public appeal for funds,” Preston Hotchkis, chairman of the Navy Relief Society citizens’ committee for Southern California, said yesterday.

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ON GUARD [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942

ON GUARD Community Chest health agencies and public health departments unite in preserving good health in our children. They will join the nation-wide observance of Child Health Day, May 1.

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Missionary Society Of Baptist Church To Elect Officers [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942

Missionary Society Of Baptist Church To Elect Officers The last White Cross meeting of the Missionary Society of Glassell Park Baptist Church was held April 23. All work finished up to this date was given to the Baptist Headquarters for distribution to various agencies receiving help. Installation of new officers will be May 1 and closing reports will be made at that time.

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Moose Lodge Cardinals To Play Littlefielders [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942

Moose Lodge Cardinals To Play Littlefielders Next Sunday afternoon, at 2 o’clock, the Moose Lodge Cardinals will play the Luoien Littlefielders at Griffith Park Playground. This is the opening game of the newlyformed summer league. Mel Woodward will pitch Ross Noah will catch for the Cardinals. Doughboys Knead Dough! Buy Defense Bonds!

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CALIFORNIA SPEAKS! Significant Statements by Interesting Californians [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942

CALIFORNIA SPEAKS! Significant Statements by Interesting Californians LARRY ADLER, only symphony harmonica player—“l liked to play classical music on the harp. ■ Next thing, the public began to like it—and then the critics liked it. So, you see, everybody was happy over something more than ‘Turkey In the Straw’ out of a mouth harp at last." , CHESTER ROWELL, publicist —“We need the sort of tax bill that will raise revenues without destroying the ability to pay them.” LYDELL PECK, State fire marshal—“ California is one of the most fertile spots in our country for the saboteur because of its diversified war industries and its immense forest areas.” MAYOR ANGELO ROSSI, S.F. —"We have been careless about displaying the flag widely at home, while the men in the armed forces I will die before they will allow the enemy to capture the flag of America.” LEWIS S. THOMPSON, World War I flyer, Oakland salesman—- “ The enemy folded 1 year, 7 months and 5 days after we declared war in 1917. I pre...

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Luther Burbank P.-T.A. Regular Meeting Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942

Luther Burbank P.-T.A. Regular Meeting Tuesday The regular meeting of Luthei Burbank P.-T.A. will be held at 3 p.m., Tuesday, May 5, in the gymnasium. Mr. Edmonde L. Greeva of the Sheriff’s Department will s'peak on “Women and the Home in Civilian Defense.” The trio of the Luther Burbank Chorus will sing two numbers. There will also be the Anal judging of the "Polly Patterson Cake Baking Contest” of the girls in the Home Economics Department, The executive board of Luther Burbank Parent-Teacher Association will meet May 5, at 10:30 a.m., in Room 256. Mrs. Ruth B. Dietcsh, president, asks that all officers and chairmen meet promptly as there Is business to be taken care of.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942

ENDS SATURDAY NIGHT ‘‘Tarzan'R Secret Treasure’* ‘GHOST OF FRANKENSTEIN’ 11:30 P.M. Fri. & Sat. Special "THE WOLF MAN” and 'GHOST OF FRANKENSTEIN i n n n V I) 3736 NI)HTH /'Buißov H K H.U I U CA 88 3 1 FREE PARK FREE AUTO PARK Wallace Beery “THE BUGLE SOUNDS” Olivia De HaviUand Henry Fonda. Joan Leslie “THE MALE ANIMAL” * J *V- % Our Cocktail Lounge Has All The Ingredients For A Good Time Folks “in the know” make their after-five dates here where they can enjoy a cocktail and snack and lie sure of getting: the best. The TOPS Cafe ‘Where Good Fellows Get Together’ 5913 N. Figueroa St. m RANK UN 5500 N. FIGUEROA AU. 1000 NOW! ENDS SAT. BIEL ELLIOTT TEX RITTER In “Lone Star Vigilantes” —PLUS— The “Big House” Goes Bughouse! BUI Henry - Sheila Ryan Edgar Kennedy Harold Huber in ‘Pardon My Stripes’ $ PLAY TUES. &~SAT. $ EXTRA KIDDIE PROGRAM SUNDAY MATINEE! ' v . Doors Open 12:45 May 3rd—Show i Starts 1 P.M. , 6 BIG ADDED ATTRACTIONS 6 I. Donald Duck Popeye 3. Porky...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942

SIERRA Eagle Rock at Colorado AL. j4729 FREE PARKING Now Playing Thru Saturday WALT DISNEY’S “THE RELUCTANT DRAGON” Also “THE LAST OF THE DUANES” with Geo. Montgomery, Eve Arden Sun., Mon., Tues. Gary Cooper. Barbara Stanwyck in “BALL OF FIRE” * Also Ricardo Cortez. Joan Woodbury In “I KILLED THAT MAN” Saturday Matinee— CASH PRIZES FOR CHILDREN Jackpot Keno Every Wed. EAGLE 4884 Eagle Rock Blvd. at Vowmite Dr. Ali-5189 Thurs., Frl., Sat., Sun. April 30, May 1, 2. 3 Madeleine Carroll, Stirling Hayden in “BAHAMA PASSAGE” And Constance Bennett, Bruce Cabot in “WILD BILL HICKOK RIDES” Cash-In Nite Friday and Tuesday Plus Jack Pot Mon. and Tues. May 4, 5 Robert Preston, Nancy Kelly in “PACIFIC BLACKOUT” And — 1 Penny Singleton. Arthur Lake In “BLONDIE GOES TO COLLEGE” Every Monday Constance Bennett Cosmetics Free to Ladies. IHTIKI 3526 Eagle Bock Blvd. AL. 9912 NOW! ENDS SAT. JAMES CAGNEY In “CAPTAIN OF THE CLOUDS” with Dennis Morgan, Brenda Marshall -ANDLeon Errol - The Merry Macs in “M...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 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 Lloyd’s Flower Shop (Successor to Sycamore Park Florist) 4002 NO. FIGUEROA ST. Offer You Artistry in Floral Arrangement BOUQUETS, WEDDING OR FUNERAL DESIGNS •0 CALL CA. 9534 AND CHARGE IT

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942

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