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Annual Convention Of B’nai B’rith To Convene June 20 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

Annual Convention Of B’nai B’rith To Convene June 20 Highland Park Lodge and Auxiliary will be represented by a strong delegation at this year’s annual convention of B’nai B’rith, District No. 4, which will convene at Santa Cruz, California, from June 20 to 24. Irving Weinberg, president, Moe Kudler and Harry Rubin, past presidents, and Milton Olf will represent the men. Women delegates are Mildred Rottman, president of the Auxiliary, Lillian Cohen and Eleanor Weissberg, past presidents. The Temple Sisterhood of the Jewish Community Center held an election of officers recently with the following results; president, Mrs. Fay Fox; vice president, Mrs. Charlotte Levinson; financial seccretary, Mrs. Boris Posin; recording secretary, Mrs. Rose Weingard; corresponding secetary, Mrs. Minnie Ostrow; and trustees, Elsie Davkiow, Olga Molony, Sophie Angel, and Mrs. Rosenthal. Installation of officers will take place just as soon as arrangements are completed by the committee in charge. The Su...

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Buchanan P.-T.A. Meeting Will Take Place Today [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

Buchanan P.-T.A. Meeting Will Take Place Today The regular meeting of the Buchanan Parent-Teacher Association will take place Thursday, May 14th, at 2 p.m. in the school auditorium. Mrs. Grace Trerise will preside. Topic for the day will ha “Our Responsibilities in Demanding Finer Types of Recreation,” its various phases to be discussed by Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson, teacher of the first grade; Mrs. Adelaide Wood, motion picture chairman; and Mrs. Clarence Hall. Featured on the program will be the school chorus, under the direction of Mrs. Grace Kressen, and the harmonica band under the direction of Mrs. Lucille Truman. Hostesses for the day will be the rooms of Mrs. Truman and Miss Annie M. Boyd. Mrs. Trerise, president, will be sent by the Buchanan ParentTeacher Association as delegate to the State P.-T.A. Convention which will be held in Long Beach May 18th to 21st. She will reside at the Villa Riviera, the headquarters for all the delegates from Highlands Council. Doughboys Knead D...

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Toland Way P.-T.A. To Meet Today At Toland Way School [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

Toland Way P.-T.A. To Meet Today At Toland Way School The third annual Mother and Daughter Banquet of Toland Way P.-T.A. will be held at noon on Thursday, May 14, at the Toland Way School. Since its inception three years ago this function of the association has become extremely popular with the girls of the school and Mrs. Mildred Whitt, president, who will preside at the table, has planned an attractive menu and program for the occasion. Women who have no daughters in school are invited to attend to act as sponsors for those children who will not have their mothers to accompany them. Following the banquet the regular monthly meeting of the association will be held in the school auditorium. The program for this meeting, according to Mrs. Hattie Howorth, program chairman, will feature a symposium on the subject: “Setting the Pattern for Health.” Mrs. Howorth has arranged for the following women to participate: Mrs. Josephine Laue, principal of Toland Way School; Mrs. Daniel J. Dailey...

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Precinct 2171 To Stage Food Sale Sat. At 50551/2 York Blvd. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

Precinct 2171 To Stage Food Sale Sat. At 50551/2 York Blvd. Precinct 2171 of Zone 9 will soon have a fully equipped first aid station! The men and women of this Highland Park air warden post are sponsoring a food and rummage sale Saturday, from 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., at 5055% York Boulevard, in which all proceeds will go towards a modern first aid station for their precinct. The sale, under the Joint chairmanship of Mrs. Casey Campbell and Mrs. Pat Perez, is open to the public. Several surprises are promised, including a fortune telling booth.

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Glassell Park P.-T.A. Monthly Meeting1 Held Last Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

Glassell Park P.-T.A. Monthly Meeting 1 Held Last Tuesday Glassell Park P.-T.A. held its monthly meeting last Tuesday, in the school auditorium. Features of the program were a Board of Education motion picture entitled, “Let’s Go To The Mountains,” and a demonstration by Miss Wimberly’s kindergarten group. At this time the Association would like to thank all those who gave of their time and effort to the recent sugar rationing registration. We feel it was a worthy project well accomplished. Everyone is requested to remember out next paper drive, June 4 and 5.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Mr. Patrick Fagan, Publisher, Post-Dispatch, 5123 York Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif. Dear Mr. Fagan: Thank you for the nice writeup given me in last week’s issue of the Post-Dispatch. I feel however that I am not alone in giving my time to doing my part. There are thousands of patriotic neighbors who are spending long weeks in the Air Raid Wardens and Red Cross and Auxiliary Police School and more recognition should be given to their unselfish efforts to make our city a safer place in which to live. Also don’t forget our regular Policemen in the Civilian Defense service who are working 12 to 14 hours a day without any extra pay to get this great new organization into a smooth working group. Sincerely yours, A. W. KINO. Divine Love always has met and always will meet every human need. —Mary Baker Eddy.

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? “The Future of America--lt Depends on Me” [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

? “The Future of America--lt Depends on Me” This was the slogan of the California Federation of Women’s Clubs’ Convention, held in Santa Barbara May 18th. “We have adopted It, not because we consider our work more important than the work of others,’’ explains Mrs. Catherine A. Harris to Joe Crall, above, “but because all of us want to become more and more conscious of opr individual and group responsibilities for the duration.” Mrs. Harris was recently a guest on the Joe Crail “Mdet Another American” broadcast. “It’s amazing the changes that war can bring about in people and groups of people,” commented Joe Crall. “Instead of book reviews, clubwomen now listen to civilian defense bulletins. Instead of improving their bridge, they now Improve their ways of putting out incendiary bombs. That kind of spirit Is bound to keep this country always victorious.”

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CALIFORNIA SPEAKS! Significant Statements by; Interesting Californians [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

CALIFORNIA SPEAKS! Significant Statements by; Interesting Californians OLIVIA DB HAVILLAND, screen star —“Every man has it in his power to make one woman happy—by remaining a bachelor.” SECRETARY OF THE NAVY KNOX, inspecting California shipyards—“l have seen no evidence of slowdowns. All over the Coast there is splendid morale. And I’m talking about what I’ve seen—not what some congressional committee says.” • MRS. HENRY REOHT, reunited at Mare Island Naval Hospital with wounded son thought dead—“l’ve always been a religious woman, but now my faith in the goodness of God is doubled.” SENATOR RALPH E. SWING, San Bernardino “At least twothirds of the present State bureaus and commissions could be eliminated without disrupting things too much.” R. C. HURLBUT, Pan-American analyst—"All young Californians should learn to speak Spanish, for the betterment of business and social relations with South America and Mexico. Ability to think in two languages, incidentally, sharpens the mental pr...

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Donovan In Thanks To Those Who Aided In Fourth Registry [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

Donovan In Thanks To Those Who Aided In Fourth Registry To all Local Board Chairmen, Local Board Members, Advisory Board Members, Registrars, and the many others who assisted in the Fourth Registration: May I take this means of expressing my sincere appreciation for your splendid handling of the Fourth Registration. In my estimation it was the most successful of all the registrations California has had. It was a success both from the point of view of the System and from the point of view of the hundreds of thousands of men who registered. No registrant had to travel any great distance to reach a registration place and in centers of population the crowds that gathered to register were handled without long waits. Registration plans were made and conducted by the Local Board Members, Advisory Boards and with the help of hundreds of volunteer registrars, both men and women. So many gave their services that It is not possible for me to write a letter of thanks to each one of them. The on...

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Christian Science Lesson-Sermon For Next Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

Christian Science Lesson-Sermon For Next Sunday In all Churches of Christ, Scientist on Sunday the Lesson-Sermon subject will be “Mortals and Immortals.” The Golden Text, chosen from Paul’s Epistle to the Romans, reads: “They that are after the flesh do mind the things of the flesh; but they _that are after the Spirit the thing’s of the Spirit.” A healing by Jesus of a man, blind from his birth, is related In the Lesson-Sermon from* John’s Gospel. The disciples asked Jesus, “Master, who did sin, this man, or his parents, that he was born blind?” To this query Jesus replied, “Neither hath this man sinned, nor his parents: but that the works of God should be made manifest ion him. . . . When he had thus spoken,” relates the narrator, "he spat on the ground, and made clay of the spittle, and he anointed the eyes of the blind man with the clay, And said unto him, Go, wash in the pool of Siloam, . , . He went his way therefore, and washed, and came seeing.” One of the selections from “Sc...

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New First Aid Class At Local Evening’ Hi School [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

New First Aid Class At Local Evening’ Hi School Requests for First Aid classes this year at the Benjamin Franklin Evening High School have been so popular that the school has been fortunate to be able to take care of enrollment. Again the school announces that a new class in Standard First Aid is starting May 19/ Advanced enrollment is being taken and it is urged that everyone register in order to insure & place in the class. The class will meet Tuesday and Thursday evenings, from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. for a period of six weeks. The class is limited to fifty students. George Marshall, director of Paramount’s Technicolor outdoor epic, "The Forest Rangers,” is a former reporter who covered the waterfront for the Seattle PostIntelligencer.

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Townsend Club To Hold Party Saturday Evening [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

Townsend Club To Hold Party Saturday Evening Townsend Club No. 66 will hot6l a party at Verdugo Playground. ?580 Verdugo Road, May Ift, at 7:30 p.m. There will be a small charge tot refreshments. No amount of pay ever ma/to I good soldier, a good teacher, A good artist, or a good workman* ■ J ohy t Utwlcitt

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

Get Your GREETING CARDS Here KODAK - FILM DEVELOPING PRINTING ENLARGING ANDERSON’S PHOTO SHOP 5811 N. Figueroa St. Rnjwmwn * * JOE [RAIL J. SUNDAY EVENINGS „ » 6:30 * KFWB-980 ON YQUR DIAL -* * * Edison goes in advance ★ As Southern California’s war Industries step up production again and again to reach the goals set by the Victory program, they need electric power in ever-increasing amounts. And they are getting it. Always they find that Edison has gone ahead, has already made provision for supplying essential electric power at low cost. Again anticipating future demands, Edison has expanded its generating capacity by more than 100,000 horsepower, and has added important new power transmission and distribution facilities. Edison’s responsibility for leading the advance of Southern California industry is greater than ever. Southern California Edison Company ltd. He Has Pledged His Life Now YOU Pledge Your Money i & Is \ & £ Kx YOUR DOLLARS | ARE NEEDED NOW! M...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

IV formation are for numbers that are » the telephone directory It may surprise you to know that telephone customers in seven large cities on the Pacific Coast ask “Information” for numbers approximately 242,000 times every day. And two out of five of those requests are for numbers that are right at hand in the telephone directory. It takes hundreds of skilled operators to look up these thousands of numbers—it ties up large amounts of telephone equipment. You can help us to serve you by calling “Information” only when you do not find the number listed in the telephone directory. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TELEPHONE COMPANY 2445 Daly St. • Telephone Michigan 9111

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

This page in the ' interest of Citizenship Day was made possible by the following Patriotic citizenst ROGER W. JESSUP Chairman LA. County Board t Of Supervisors EOW. L THRASHER Councilman Fourteenth District GEORGE E. McCLAY District Mgr. Auto. Club of So. Calif. CHARLES H. RANDALL 2TB La Follette Drive 1 JOHN B. KNIGHT State Assemblyman 54th District I , FRANK G. V RfIBERTSON Romac Tire Go. i 5383 Verdugo Road .ARTHUR E. GRESSE \ 5860 No, Figueroa St. JOY A. WINANS ; 4571 No. Figueroa St. l < ED RAUEN Verdugo Hardware Go. 5516 Eagle Rock Blvd. m ■■md /a N S3 % v f, i V > f : ACJUtX -' f n b, v I % ill a.; I V /: e < 4 * * 1 V d m. \ <a X nmnf 'fp* IX '■ C ■SB & w< • i % 3 N2 / o IS B7 Wk =5? •X 5? X & a W. G. TOMLINSON L A. American Bldg. & Loan Assoc. 5700 No. Figueroa St. \ PAT CONNORS | Plumbing Go. f 4667 Vj York Blvd. A. W. KING Food Market i| 3500 Eagle Rock Blvd. / DR. ROY 0. KOHL 5224...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 14 May 1942

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