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The Sage Says; T"» t~» /MIIXTIJ i [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
The Sage Says; T"» t~» /MIIXTIJ i By CLYDE BROWNE | The above presumptuous title 1 represents the opinion of the publisher of this paper, and not the writer of this column, who holds that modesty Is a virtue that should prevail In any Itinerant scribbllngs. The day the children come home to eat —maybe—at least In the hope that Mom will have a good-sized pot of stew, or maybe something better. Mom expects to work harder that day than most any day in the, year, except, possibly, Christmas. The gang tumbles in and the children turn the house topsy-turvy. The men go out to the garage to see how long the family car will run before it has to be jacked up on piles of bricks for “the duration.” Maybe one will stay for a nap on the sofa, for four hours sleep wasn’t enough to keep the sandman away. Anyway it’s so restful to see Mom puttering around just like she always has. The girls at the dish-drying bee don’t bother to visit with Mom. They discuss excitedly such vital topics as Susie’s mea...
New Aiito Stamps July Ist New Federal Use Tax Stamps To Be Placed On Sale Next Month [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
New Aiito Stamps July Ist New Federal Use Tax Stamps To Be Placed On Sale Next Month New Federal Use Stamps, which must be purchased by all motorists prior to July 1, 1942, will be placed on sale at local post offices during the month of June, reports the National Automobile Club. Each stamp will cost $5.00 and will cover the period from July 1, 1942 to June 30, 1943, inclusive. Any automobile and truck operated on the streets and highways, must have a Use Tax Stamp affixed in a prominent place. Early this year every motorist was obligated to purchase his first Use Tax Stamp for $2.09, covering the period from February 1, 1942 to June 30, 1942, inclusive. Stamps of appropriate denominations have been provided to prove payment of the tax on cars and trucks first put into service during the months subsequent to February of this year. Stamps are provided by the Bureau of Internal Revenue and are gummed to permit the purchaser to affix them permanently to his car, states the National Au...
Christian Science Lecture Friday To Be Broadcast [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
Christian Science Lecture Friday To Be Broadcast Local radio listeners may hear an authorized Christian Science lecture on Friday, May 15, at 8 p.m., when Adair Hickman, C. S. 8., of New York City, a member of The Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass., lectures over KMTR (570 kc) for Ninth Church of Christ, Scientist, Los Angeles. —Close Your Yap——He Might Tell a Jap—
Plans Under Way For Campaign Of Chest Drive [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
Plans Under Way For Campaign Of Chest Drive That all measures may be taken to provide home health and morale, which is of highest importance to the Los Angeles area war effort, members of women’s clubs and other organizations will be called upon by their leaders to act as volunteers in the Community Chest fall campaign. Plans for this co-ordinated effort of 10,000 club members is being made by the Women’s Committee of 30 club and civic leaders of which Mrs. Curtis S. Albro is chairman, and Mrs. Edmund W. Gale, president of Friday Morning Club is vice chairman. Mrs. Albro is president of the Young Women’s Christian Association and Volunteers of America, both Chest agencies. The Committee will contact members of approximately 700 clubs. Emphasizing the invaluable aid of Chest agencies in the present crises, Mrs. Albro told her committee: “There is no place in the nation where health and morale are more important than here. Our citizens are geared to a high pitch in working in defense ...
Court Decides In Favor Of Mid- City Drug Stores [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
Court Decides In Favor Of MidCity Drug Stores In a decision that is expected to have a major effect on merchandising practices throughout the State, the Supreme Court has just ruled in favor of the Mid-City Drug Stores that the giving of trading stamps constitutes the allowance of a discount for cash, and therefore the practice is not prohibited by the California Unlawful Practices Act. Virtually all trial courts to whom this question has been presented have ruled against the giving of trading stamps on the ground that it constitutes an unfair business practice and their use generally had been abandoned by merchants. The State Supreme Court decision, however, is expected to revive the practice. The action was brought by the Food and Grocery Bureau of Southern California Incorporated, a corporation, Plaintiff and Respondent, vs. Harold B. Garfield, individually and doing busihess ’under the fictitious name of MidCity Drug Co., Defendant and Appellant. The Food and Grocery Bureau of S...
Here's A Chance To Help Win The War [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
Here's A Chance To Help Win The War Here’s a chance to help win the war. You don’t have to know how to knit, you don’t need a uniform, or a station wagon. If you can walk and if you will give three hours of your time every evening for one week, you can make a vital contribution. The War Savings staff for Southern California asks you to go to the elementary school nearest your home on Monday evening, May 18, at 7:45 p.m. and enroll as a minute man. Ladies are welcome too. Beginning one week later, after receiving instructions, these modern minute men will begin a house-to-house canvass of southern California, to ask every citizen to sign a pledge to buy specific amounts of War Savings Bonds at stated intervals. The need for minute men is acute, for the area to be covered is vast, the War Savings staff says. So, if you have a few hours to spare and you really want to help, sign up as a minute man. The time: Monday, May 18, at 7:45 p.m. The place: The elementary school nearest your hom...
Local Merchants Warned Against Bad Check Artist [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
Local Merchants Warned Against Bad Check Artist Merchants in the Highland Park area are warned against the following suspect who is passing worthless checks in this vicinity. His description is as follows; Charles P. Miller, American, 41 years old, five feet, 6 inches, 150 pounds, brown hair, blue eyes, and has a small scar on bridge of nose. His latest checks have been personal checks made out to Charlie’s Super Service, and signed Ethel E. DeWitt. There is a felony warrant for this subject and any citizen is authorized to hold him for the police. Forward any information to the Forgery Detail, Highland Park Detective Bureau.
TOWNSEND NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
TOWNSEND NOTICE Club No. 10 will meet in the Monte Vista school auditorium Thursday night at 7:30. Paul “Sunshine” Dietrick will be guest speaker bring a fine talk and many a hearty laugh. The Embassy Boosters club are sending a delegation for a visit also. They will have a part in the program. Everyone most welcome.
Questionnaires To Be In Mail Before May 27 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
Questionnaires To Be In Mail Before May 27 Occupational questionnaires to +ist the civilian occupations and skills of California registrants in the First and Second Selective Service Registration periods, October 1940 and July 1941, and who have not been inducted into the armed forces, will be in the mail not later than May 27, it was announced today by Brig. General Joseph O. Donovan, state director of selective service. Pointing out the vital importance to the Nation’s war effort of the most efficient use of its manpower for war production, General Donovan urged all registrants receiving the occupational questionnaire to give serious thought to their skills, experience and aptitudes when filling it out. He said: “The Government wants to know what type of work the registrant is now engaged in, in order that he might assist in the war effort. It is not merely a question of training and experience, for the registrant might have some aptitude that could be developed for important use ...
Entire Staff Of Casualty Station Hold Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
Entire Staff Of Casualty Station Hold Meeting A meeting of the entire staff of the casualty station at Washington Irving Junior High school, was held last week for the purpose of organization and assignment of duties to each group of workers. After calling the meeting to order. Dr. J. W. Bodlander, Chief of Staff conducted the group through the Casualty Station. The function of each group and its place in the station was explained as the rooms available for use, having been equipped with blackout drapes, were inspected by the group. Following this tour of the station the group met in one of the bungalows on the school grounds and a short talk was given by Dr. Robert Moes, a Representative of the Los Angeles County Medical Association on the Medical Advisory Committee to the Chief’s of Emergency Medical Service. Plans concerning the functioning of the station during the Yellow Signal and Red Signal were then discussed and completed. Following the meeting Dr. Moes conducted an inspect...
Ceiling On Rents Discussed Latest Factor To Enter Heal Estate Field Considered [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
Ceiling On Rents Discussed Latest Factor To Enter Heal Estate Field Considered The Highland Park Realty Board devoted its regular monthly meeting at the American Legion hall last Tuesday evening to a consideration of the latest and greatest factor to enter the field of real estate —the ceiling over rents. » President Smith reported an interview held earlier in the day with an attorney of the Office of Price Administration. It would appear that the immediate preoccupation of Southern California officials is with the situation in San Diego rather than in Los Angeles, and it will probably be two months or more before a detailed plan of operation and the necessary organization is completed locally. It was indicated, however, that the approach of the government would be not in the spirit of arbitrary crack-down, but rather to encourage cooperation on the part of landlords in checking the vicious spiral of rising living costs which President Roosevelt recently pointed out would be disastr...
Plans For State P.-T. A. Conclave To Be Discussed [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
Plans For State P.-T. A. Conclave To Be Discussed Mrs. Helen Parker, president of Highlands Council, recently invited the 19 local P.-T.A. presidents to gather at her home to make plans and reservations for the State P.-T.A. Convention to be held in Long Beach on May 19, 20 and 21. The following presidents were present: Mrs. Amelia Downs, of Aldama; Mrs. Edna Bryan, of Annandale; Mrs. Florence Thompson, of Aragon; Mrs. Elbert Trerise, of Buchanan; Mrs. J. R. Atwood, of Dahlia Heights; Mrs. William Thost, of Delevan Drive; Mrs. John Schwartzlose, of Eagle Rock Elementary; Mrs. C. M.. Armour, of Fletcher Drive; Mrs. Jane Milliken, of Garvanza; Mrs. Ralph Miller, of Glassell Park; Mrs. C. S. Hansen, of Hillside; Mrs. Margaret Ullrich, of Latonia: Mrs. E. W. Garnet, of Loreto Street: Mrs. E. E. Turney, of Monte Vista; Mrs. P. Pariseau, of Rockdale; Mrs. Herbert Krumme, of San Rafael; Mrs. Inza Stuchberry, of San Pascual; Mrs. Mildred Whitt, of Poland Way, and Mrs. Viva Hall, of Yorkdale...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
Wearing a nautical costume, bearing shoulder epaulets of a Lieutenant and officers’ cap of the U. S. Maritime Service, Miss Lois James of Hollywood typifies the youthful, smiling, American spirit to win, as selected by the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce 1942 Foreign Trade Week committee. "MISS FOREIGN TRADE"
What Do You Think? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
What Do You Think? Am An AmericanV 9 It was three years ago that the leading citizens of Manitowoc, Wis., a shipbuilding town on the shores of Lake Michigan, declared, in effect: Is becoming a citizen of this great republic so small a matter that we should ignore it almost completely? Let us have a fitting ceremony at which all the young people in our community who, in the past year, have reached their majority, and all those who have become naturalized, can publicly dedicate themselves to the principles of our democracy and publicly pledge their loyalty to its institutions. And let there be stirring music from the bands,and let thousands of voices be uplifted in song!” Needless to say, the sterling merit of the idea won fellow-townsmen’s approval and, in very short order, that of the entire nation, with an act of Congress officially designating the third Sunday in May of each year as “I Am An American Day.” Nor could there be a more fitting climax to Citizenship Week, May 10 to 17....
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
REPAIR SERVICE For many years Holland’s has been noted for efficient Radio, Washer and Appliance Service. We now have a Idcensed and Bonded REFRIGERATOR SERVICE. Art Burns, Service Manager, has had many years experience in Refrigerator work and is prepared for minor repairs or complete rebuilding. Keep your present equipment in first class condition. It is possible you may not be able to replace it. HOLLAND Electric Shop Open Evenings 5634 N. Figueroa SI. Phone AL-0149 *YOU MAY EXPECT: "IiASTIN G. n QU ALIT Y” YOUR FINEST CALIFORNIA CEDAR Wood Venetian Blinds ******* 9 (&amp;&amp;&amp;&amp;* ’ 35‘ 40' SQUARE FOOT Made to Order . . . 8 Day Delivery. No Money Down . . . 1 Yr. to Pay. Match Your Wood Interiors with California's Cedar Wood After Years of Service! No Color Fading No OH Burns * No Warping * Our besi quality California Cedar Slats in the DE LUXE BLIND are well seasoned and carefully inspected before they are , , ——-v ever used. Then, 100, th...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
SUPER VMM 200 MILL SAMPLES “Scranton” Brocaded Rayon Net CURTAIN PANELS IV2 YARDS LONG Measure your windows and If they measure IV2 yds. long, rush to Sol’s and buy these beautiful curtain panels—they sell in a regular length for $5.00 panel and they also have a 6” hem to make it longer. Imagine 60 inches wide. Even if you do not intend to buy, just come in and look at them. You will enjoy seeing a beautiful curtain panel. “Scranton” discontinued this panel for the duration. (4 of each pattern to a set). 95' each 16x27 WOOL SAMPLES Jusl 500 in loi all square cut 16x27. 20 pieces sewed together will make a wool blanket 80x108. Grand for auto robes, etc. Limit 20 pieces to customer. Follow the crowds to Sol’s for yardage. Piece c WE GREEN GIVE 11 STAMPS. Tel. CL-B-6514 5704 North Figueroa Street
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
LADIES! Attend to Your Beauty Needs Now . . . Look Your Best . . . Keep Up the Morale On the Home Front. Sally Ann Beauty Shop See Our Large Ad, Page 5 Hkt TovUUju. can 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-O Cafe “.T CL-6-6857 6711 N. FIGUEROA ST. 2 f or 30c 808 BEACH, Prop.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
SPECIALS Jumper DRESSES Button front In latest styles &amp; colors. Strutter cloth, crease-resist-ant. Sizes 10-20. Reg. val. $^ 95 $6.95. Special GABARDINE 2-Piece SLACK SUITS SL- $3.95 I SLACKS GAUCHO STYLE T.B.L. finish. T u blorizedcrease resisting. Navy. Brown, Beige. Sizes 12 to 20. Res. s&gt;■ Vai. $7.95 Also Strutter Cloth Slacks—s3.9s BONG SLEEVE BLOUSES— All styles, sizes and colors. Reg. value $2.49 QUALITY DRESS SHOP 5034 YORK BOULEVARD Next to York Food Market &amp; Use Our Friendly Budget Plan
“The Boomerang” To Be Presented By Methodist Church [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942
“The Boomerang” To Be Presented By Methodist Church THEATRES + AMUSEMENTS Judge and Mrs. M. C. Summer*, of St. Louis, Missouri, will present a drama entitled “The Boomerang” In the Highland Park Methodist Church, North Ave. 65 and Ash St. Friday night, May 22nd, to which the public Is cordially Invited. There la no admission charge for this splendid dramatic presentation. ‘‘The Boomerang” Is a- tremendous religious, economic, social and temperance drama and will bring before the people in a- very vivid manner the great slaughter that is taking place on the highways of our nation today. Judge Summers and Mrs. Summers have appeared many times in such presentations and have always made a hit with the people. Judge Summers is a former "public prosecutor” and the founder of the Court of General Sessions at St. Louis, Mo., and is an outstanding lecturer on economic topics and financial lews. Mrs. Summers is an authority on child welfare and a writer and director of dramatic religious page...