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.VIOVIE ACCURACY [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

.VIOVIE ACCURACY Paramount studios will soon start a campaign to inform the general public that the correct title of Ernest Hemingway’s novel is “For Whom the Bell Tolls,”, not "Bells Toll.” The title is taken from a medieval quotation.

Publication Title: Highland Park Post-Dispatch
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
FINAU PERFORMANCE [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

FINAU PERFORMANCE David Butler, director of "Road to Morocco,” is an ex-actor. The last scene he played was to sit on a hot stove and register anguish. When he saw the result on the screen he was discouraged permanently from mugging.

Publication Title: Highland Park Post-Dispatch
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Police Show Girls "Get Their Man!" [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

Police Show Girls "Get Their Man!" These Florentine Garden beauties, appearing in the VICTORY VODVIL, demonstrate their "shadowing” ability with a Colt Silhouette target at the Police Pistol Range. The Bth Annual Police Show is slated for the week of May 12th to 17th at the Shrine Auditorium.

Publication Title: Highland Park Post-Dispatch
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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AT THE FRANKLIN [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

AT THE FRANKLIN Barbara • Stanwyck will be seen with Gary Cooper In “Ball of Fire,” opening Sunday at the Franklin Theatre. Harry Uangdon in “House of Errors” is the companion feature in a show filled with fun, laughs and red hot comedy.

Publication Title: Highland Park Post-Dispatch
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Defense Class Changes Date Of Meeting To Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

Defense Class Changes Date Of Meeting To Tuesday The class In defense recreation at the Verdugo Playground has changed its day of meeting from Tuesday to Wednesday at the same hour, 1 p.m. Those who were unable to meet with the group, may enerol] now.

Publication Title: Highland Park Post-Dispatch
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AT THE DALE [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

AT THE DALE Betty Grable In “Song of the Islands” opens at the Dale Theatre Saturday. On the same hill is Joan Blondell and John Wayne in “Lady for a Night.”

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AT THE EAGLE [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

AT THE EAGLE “To Be or Not to Be,” with Carole Lombard and Jack Benny now playing -at the Eagle Theatre through Tuesday. The companion feature on the same bill is “Captain of the Clouds,” with James Cagney and Brenda Marshall.

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The Place Of The Home Still Unchallenged [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

The Place Of The Home Still Unchallenged In the older days, the humble homes of the early Americans were built around the great fireplaces where all cooking and the heating facilities of the room were concentrated. The entire activity of the home was centered there, and around the hearthstone grew the traditions of happy family life which have come down to us. The family life in our modern world Is still concentrated in the home. Wide outside interests of every member may make the hours they spend there fewer, but for protection, understanding and real security, the place of the home is still unchallenged.

Publication Title: Highland Park Post-Dispatch
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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STARRING HORSES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

STARRING HORSES There are 101 horses in Harry Sherman’s forty-second Hopalong Cassidy film for Paramount, titled “Undercover Man” and starring William Boyd as the range sleuth. They comprise an American and a Mexican posse, and a band of desperadoes.

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ODD BEQUEST [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

ODD BEQUEST More than 1000 movie fans have ( asked Richard Dix, whose most re- [ cent starring role tor Paramount I is that of a sailor-rancher in “American Empire,” to shave off his mustache, but Dix announces that he will keep wearing it while he plays dashing but unromantic roles.

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KNOWS LOGS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

KNOWS LOGS Authenticity of the logging and lumber mill scenes of Paramount’s “The Forest Rangers,” with Fred Mac Murray, Paulette Goddard and Susan Hayward, is due largely to the fact that Director George Marshall was for two years chief engineer for a Washington logging camp.

Publication Title: Highland Park Post-Dispatch
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Plumbers Seek First League Win Against Vega Sunday BY CHRIS REDONDO [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

Plumbers Seek First League Win Against Vega Sunday BY CHRIS REDONDO Now that their latest win streak has been stopped at ten games, the Rosabell Plumbers can concentrate on more important matters—by defeating Vega Aircraft Sunday and give the locals their initiation into the victory circle in the current summer league. First pitch Is slated for 2:30 on Rosabell Field In the Arroyo Seco. NEW HURLER Rosabell’s newest battery, fresh from college competition at U.C.L.A., will face Vega. Rudy Hummes, side arm curve ball artist, will be on the mound, Lynn Compton, burly catcher, will do the receiving. , Jim Scott will hurl against the Plumbers. Scott’s last appearance on Rosabell Field was during the winter league last year when he shut out the Plumbers with two measly hits. Although their ten win streak is now among fond memories, Charley Pedrottl displays optimism on the current summer league. He claims his nine are bound to jlrop a game now and then and is confident they will regain th...

Publication Title: Highland Park Post-Dispatch
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Mystery Nine To Meet Moose Lodge Cardinals Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

Mystery Nine To Meet Moose Lodge Cardinals Sunday Once again there will be a feud between the Mystery Nine and the Moose Lodge Cardinals at the Verdugo Playground, 2 p.m Sunday, May 17. The last time these two teams met, which was only a practice game, the Mystery Nine won 6 to 5. This Sunday will be the third league game in the North League. The Mystery Nine have won 2 games and lost none, while the Moose. Cardinals have won 1 and lost 1. We urge all baseball fans to come opt Sunday and see the game. Tires are getting scarce, so take a stroll out to the ball park and enjoy a good ball game. Wodward will pitch and Noah will catch for the Moose Cardinals For the Mystery Nine, either Hornart or McPherson will pitch and Sparks will catch.

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elephant chases [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

elephant chases Dorothy Lamour, who has worked with a dozen different kinds of animals in her jungle films, is chased for the first time by a wild elephant In Paramount’s “Beyond the Blue Horizon,” her latest wildemegs movie.

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NOT A HORSEMAN! [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

NOT A HORSEMAN! W an d a McKay was the first Hopalong Cassidy" heroine for Paramount who had to learn to ride a horse before she went be£H re y? 6 cameras in “Twilight On The Trail. All 40 others were experienced horsewomen.

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nkw actor [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

nkw actor Voted the best young- actor on Broadway last year by critic Ueorg-e Jean Nathan, Arthur Hunnicutt hag been brought to HollvProduce ra Bill Pine and Bill Thomas to appear in Paramount’s “Wildcat.”

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SINGING FIRST [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

SINGING FIRST Priscilla Lane, who plays the leading feminine role in Paramount’s “Silver Queen,” started i*v. P^ essolnal career as a singer with Fred Waring’s orchestra. B

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Gen. Mac Arthur Inspiration for War Bond Drive [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

Gen. Mac Arthur Inspiration for War Bond Drive C J. Haggerty* President of the California State Federation of Labor, left, and Howard D. Mills, Southern California Administrator for the War Savings Staff, view original sketch by the noted artist Burton Clark Bald* win, which is being reproduced as the official War Bond poster in the A. F of L. drive to purchase one billion dollars worth of War Bonds

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TOPS FOR SPRING * [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

TOPS FOR SPRING * Reading fop down: . JEANNE CAGNEY, featured in Warner Bros.' “Yankee Doodle Dandy," wears a feminine chapeau of black milan, accented with a mass of Spring flowers at the front. FAYE EMERSON, featured in Warners' "Juke Girl," models this stunning sailor, its narrow brim accented with layers of frayededge white taffeta. The perfect suit mate. Navy blue milan, edged with straw used in a lace like fashion, is worn by lovely ALEXIS SMITH, featured by Warners' in "The Constant Nymph." It i« worn'on the back of the head and frames the face.

Publication Title: Highland Park Post-Dispatch
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The Man At the Keyhole Br Operative WB [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

The Man At the Keyhole Br Operative WB Tavern keepers and liquor dealers, who get white about the gills at the mere mention of the possibility of war-time prohibition, have real cause to worry, our spy advises. Dry forces, working quietly but industriously, are circulating petitions for a local option law. And the best ■ dope indicates that the “Little Volstead Act” will qualify for a place on the November ballot. Don’t be surprised at anything that happens during the next few days in the highly volatile Governorship - Lieutenant Governorship - Attorney Generalship situation. The cards are being reshuffled and everybody can’t draw aces! A new, red-hot initiative is on the stove; or at least the petitions are on the street. The new proposal, backed by merchants whose big volume is in small sales, would exempt all purchases under 30 cents from the State Sales Tax. And what a rumpus that will stir up! It has all the political earmarks of a humdinger of a scrap—a veritable Civil War on ...

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