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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
TIRES NOW! AH Sizes WHILE THEY LAST USED TIRES Tire Repairing and Grooving ROMfIC TIRE CO. 3383 Verdugro Rd. Ours is a dual duty! Filling; your prescriptions with speed and accuracy is our profession . . . supplying your drug store needs is our business. We apply to both of these functions a conscientiousness and a desire to serve you in a friendly and efficient manner. Your Monte Vista pharmacist Is dependable you can rely on him whatever your needs. S r&amp; We Give S&amp;H Green Stamps MONTE VISTA PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY i AYE. 54 AT MONTE VISTA • ALBANY 8888 CfoikmVelme GLASSELL PARK AREA There is a list of Air Raid Wardens, Zone Wardens and Senior Wardens at your Civilian Defense Information Center in this area. There is also a list of Casualty Centers. In case of an emergency local doctors and dentists will be present to care for those injured. Doctor Bodlander and Doctor MacLeary will handle the Glassell center with the efficient help of advanced first aid pupil...
Dale Presides Over Meeting Of Improvment Assoc. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
Dale Presides Over Meeting Of Improvment Assoc. At the special meeting: of the association held Friday night, April 24, Mr. Thomas Dale, president, appointed Mr. Rodger Smith, Mr. L. Briney, Mr. F. W. Koenig, Mr. P. W. Knox, and Mr. A. E. Hartwig, as the committee of five to make an investigation into the matter of buying a truck for this area to be used to put out fires during a black-out or an emergency, and report back to a special meeting in a week. Since the members of the committee find that they will be unable to make an adequate report within a week, It has been decided not to call the special meeting of the association, but to hear this report at the regular monthly meeting held on May 20. Captain Robertson,* from the Los Angeles Fire Department, gave valuable information to members of the association in his splendid talk, and very ably answered the many questions asked him during the discussion about buying a truck for this precinct. A slip of the lip may sink a ship.
Friday Services At Jewish Center Proving Popular [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
Friday Services At Jewish Center Proving Popular The month of May finds the various groups sponsoring Friday evening services at the Jewish Community Center swinging into full stride, all set for their biggest month. Outstanding speakers have been engaged and important events listed. First in importance is B’nal B’rith night, May 8, when Dr. Joseph A. Rosenberg, noted Zionist, will be guest speaker. He was chairman of the Los Angeles branch of the Palestine Labor Committee for the Jewish workers in Palestine for two years and was also the organizer and past president of the Arizona B'nai B’rith. He will speak on "Zionism—lts Aims, Visions, and Accomplishments.” Not to be outdone, the newlyformed Temple Brotherhood, Mitchell 'Cohen, Chairman, has invited Superior Judge Edward R. Brand to occupy the pulpit as principal speaker on May 15. For his subject, Judge Brand has chosen “Jewish Law and Its Bearing On the Present Times.” AZA and the Junior Girls are again teaming up and will joi...
Exam Scheduled By State For Boiler Engineers [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
Exam Scheduled By State For Boiler Engineers Boiler safety engineers are needed for state positions. The California State Personnel Board today Issued a special appeal to men for a civil service examination on May 9, 1942, for Assistant Boiler Safety Engineer. The position pays an entering salary of $230 a month with yearly increases up to $290 a month. The entrance requirements are completion of the twelfth grade and five years of experience in constructing, repairing, or inspecting steam boilers. The last day for filing applications is May 2. Application blanks and further Information may be obtained by contacting the State Personnel Board offices in San Francisco, Los Angeles, or Sacramento.
Fletcher Dr. P.-T.A. Hears Talk By Florence Mount [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
Fletcher Dr. P.-T.A. Hears Talk By Florence Mount Educational Opportunity was the topic for the April meeting of the Fletcher Drive Parent-Tea-cher Association held in the school auditorium. Mrs. Florence D. Mount, principal, spoke on this subject. The Washington Irving Junior High Boys’ Glee Club sang and Miss Sylvia Tischauser and Miss Rebecca McClean’s pupils were participants of the program. The following officers were chosen by the nominating committee to serve on the executive board for the new year: Mesdames" C. M. Armour, president; Ethel Benninger, first vice president; Leitha Fischer, second vice president; Marjorie Tutor, recording secretary; Leslie Footitt, financial secretary; Margaret Cyr, treasurer: F. T. Paxson, auditor; Adeline Babcock, historian.
Students Become “Esteemed Grandparents” [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
Students Become “Esteemed Grandparents” All the students of at least one Southern California junior high school are now “esteemed grandparents.” This is so because Jimmy Wong took up a collection for United China Relief and received a “grandparent” certificate for the entire student body. He is shown above proudly showing the certificate to Joe Crail, a member of the United China Relief sponsoring committee for Southern California. “Any person or group of persons can become an ‘esteemed grandparent* by contributing $20.00/* explained Joe Crail, “and every $20.00 contributed will feed, clothe andsheHmr one of China** 2,000,000 war orphans for an entire year/*
How’s Your Health? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
How’s Your Health? By Dr. Hoy D. Kohl On having to take medicine for a disturbance of the heart’s rhythm, many people exclaim that if they began that they would have to take it ail the time, implying that it is habit formidg. This is an erroneous conception. Mediqine properly used is the only method available for controlling some conditjons of the heart. It must always be used under the direction of your doctor. It is dangerous to use medicine otherwise. It may be thought of best as a means of aiding the heart to function more efficiently in the face of obvious impairment. There are some conditions of the heart which are treated most effectively with it. There are many conditions that are not helped by its use. Your doctor is the only one capable of prescribing for your heart and should be given the opportunity to frequently observe the effect of treatment so that your progress can be -the best possible. Some of the conditions for which medicine is prescribed, when once established,...
State’s Taxable Gasoline Sales Are Decreasing [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
State’s Taxable Gasoline Sales Are Decreasing For the first time in three years, California’s taxable gasoline sales are decreasing, according to the March figures announced today by R. E. Collins, chairman of the state board of equalization. The March sales amounted to 165,639,049 gallons on which the board assessed a tax of $4,969,171. This represented a decrease of $38,508, or .77 per cent under the income for the same month of the previous year. The total, however, was well above the $4,428,149 assessed for the month of February. Collins pointed out that the reduction in the gasoline tax income for March was the first tangible result of war-time restrictions placed on privately-owned automobiles. Prior to this report, the average monthly increase had amounted to approximately 10 per cent. Despite p Jast month’s drop, the income from this source for the first quarter of 1942 amounted to $14,390,625 as compared with $13,858,547 for the same three-month period of the previous year....
Glassell Park P.-T.A. To Hold Annual Spring- Festival [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
Glassell Park P.-T.A. To Hold Annual Spring- Festival Glassell Park P.-T.A. will hold Its customary annual Spring festival on May Ist, and an elaborate program for both young and old has been planned. Among the events in which the school children will participate, are a costume parade, games, folk-dances and the crowning of the May Queen. Besides the usual open-house, there will be booths for the sale of fancywork and cooked-food, and all who are Interested are Invited to attend. Supply ships! Buy defense bonds!
Youth Fellowship Group In Monthly Supper Meetings [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
Youth Fellowship Group In Monthly Supper Meetings A group of girls from the Youth Fellowship Group of the Highland Park Methodist Church held one of their monthly supper meetings at Mrs. Berg’s residence last Thursday. There was a good representation present. The guest speaker was Mrs. Maxson, President of the Women’s Service Society, who spoke to the girls on the history of the Society so as to acquaint them with the organization before they became members. “No one is excluded from our society because they are poor. Service its the real purpose," Mrs. Maxson pointed out. She then added, “There is no age limit for the women. Young and old, they all go down to the church and work there making quilts, pies, cakes, etc., giving whatever service they can.” The next meeting is to he held May 21, in Mrs. Maxson’s rumpus room, at which time the girls will be told about the local and missionary work carried on by the Women's Service Society.
Toland Way P.-T.A. Elects Officers For Ensuing Year [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
Toland Way P.-T.A. Elects Officers For Ensuing Year Officers for the ensuing' year were elected at the monthly meeting of the Toland Way P.-T.A. which was held last week at the Toland Way School. The results of the election are as follows; Mrs. Mildred Whitt, president; Mrs. Eleanor Ellingen, vice-pres-ident; fylrs. Hazel Potter, second vice-president; Mrs. Harriet Schulz, secretary; Mrs. Roberta Wagner, financial secretary; Mrs. Edith Hillock, treasurer; Mrs. Beatrice Trerise, auditor, and Mrs. Virginia Heyer, historian. Mrs. Whitt, the new president, will bring to the office a rich experience in the aims and purposes of the organization which has been gained from the services she has rendered it during the past few years in various official capacities. These officers will be installed at the June meeting of the association. The program of the meeting was featured by the appearance of Mrs. Frankie May Herman and Mr. Paul LaGue, representatives of the Board of Education, who gave an...
Christian Science Lesson-Sermon For Next Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
Christian Science Lesson-Sermon For Next Sunday "Everlasting Punishment” is the Lesson - Sermon subject in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. The following verse from one of the Psalms constitutes the Golden Text: "The Lord is known by the judgment which he executeth: the wicked is snared in the work of his own hands.” In a passage from the LessonSermon, Isaiah, after admonishing the people to make “straight in the desert a highway for our God,” goes on to say, “Every valley shall be exalted, and every mountain and hill shall be made low: and the crooked shall be made straight, and the rough places plain: And the glory of the LORD shall be revealed, and all flesh shall see it together, for the mouth of the LORD hath spoken It.” Jesus, we are told in Matthew, replied in this way to an enquirer who asked how he might have eternal life, “If thou wilt enter into life, keep the commandments.” Along this line Mary Baker Eddy says in the Christian Science textbook, “Science and ...
Automobile Club Opposes Downey’s Car Seizure Plan [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
Automobile Club Opposes Downey’s Car Seizure Plan Vigorous, letters of protest to Senator Sheridan Downey's proposed “car seizure” bill have been sent to the author of the measure and all other members of the California Congressional delegation by the Automobile Club of Southern California. -Charging that the bill—if enacted and set into operation—“is likely to result ultimately in the defeat of the United States rather than in victory,” the letters were prepared by S. L. Mitchell, secretary and general manager of the Automobile Club, “on behalf of California motorists in general.” “California motorists bow to no other Americans In the degree of their patriotism or in the extent of their willingness to sacrifice for a victorious termination of the war,” Mitchell declared. “But the confiscation of private automobiles not only fails to contribute to an early victory, but very conceivably might lose the war.” In summing up the vital importance of the automobile to the "production and s...
Local Churches To Participate In Endeavor Convention [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
Local Churches To Participate In Endeavor Convention The Saturday afternoon meeting, May 2, of the Golden Jubilee Christian Endeavor Convention will feature Rev* Irwin Moon of Moody Bible Institute of Chicago, who for two years had a special hall at the San Francisco World Fair, and people packed this hall to see his demonstratioons of the wonders of science. The demonstration will include intricately engineered electrical equipment, which cost thousands of dollars to build and cannot be found elsewhere in the world, and hold you spellbound with the marvelous feats of electrical energy. Powerful machines develop giant sparks, and there are also other very delicate instruments. The eight Highland Park Churches participating in this great Golden Jubilee Christian Endeavor Convention to be held in the Shrine Auditorium, May 1, 2, and 3, are Highland Park Presbyterian, Highland Park Christian, Occidental United Presbyterian, Mount Washington Presbyterian, Grace Presbyterian, El Sereno P...
Buchanan P.-T.A. Assists In Work Of Registration [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
Buchanan P.-T.A. Assists In Work Of Registration Twenty-six members of the Buchanan Parent-Teacher Association, with Mrs. Grace Trerise, president, at their head as Chief Registrar, aided as volunteer workers In the Selective Service registration held last Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Trerise reports that a total of 466 men were registered during the three day period at the Buchanan School, and wishes to thank all who assisted her in this work. Fourteen delegates from the Buchanan P.-T.A. attended the Highlands Council election meeting, which was held at the Toland Way School last Friday. The Buchanan Mothers’ Chorus sang two numbers "Calm ss the Night” and "Recessional" with the Council Choral group at that meeting, under the direction of Mrs, Beth Wilson, Highlands Council music chairman. That friendly ehap may tell a Jap.
Mrs. E. V. Campbell Appointed To Head U.S.O. Drive [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
Mrs. E. V. Campbell Appointed To Head U.S.O. Drive Appointment of Mrs. E. V Campbell, of 859 North Avenue 67 as chairman of the U.S.O. campaign to start' here Monday, Maj 11, is announced by James McCaffrey, Los Angeles campaign chairman. Mrs. Campbell is prominent in community activities, is active in the affairs of the Highland Park Legion auxiliary, and at present is serving as president of the Highland Park United Defense league. Mrs. Howard Miles, president of the Twentieth Century Woman’s club of Eagle Rock, has been named chairman of the drive in Eagle Rock. Both Mrs. Campbell and Mrs. Miles attended the lupcheon recently given in honor of Walter Hoving, of New York, chairman of the U.S.O. national board of directors. Los Angeles chairmen met last Friday, April 24, to map plans for the coming money drive.