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The Sage Says: [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
The Sage Says: By CLYDE BROWNE The above presumptuous title 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 scribblings. We all know that a Chinaman detests the viscera of a Jap, which means that one is a safe pro-ally and the other a dangerous pro-Axis, yet how is the average American going to tell which Is which? Any saddle-colored biped with eyes on the bias may be either friend or foe. • * • In Biblical times they had a word to test a suspect. They would hurl at them: “Say now ‘sibbolith” and they sayeth ‘shibboleth’, for they could not frame to pronounce the word.” That settled the matter in short order. They had their number at once. Either they got K.O. or O.K. ♦ » • Some wise American has figured a word to pick a frog or a hun. He gets them to repeat, “Not my father’s father, but my father’s father’s father.” Somewhere in that repetition a German will put a "fadd...
Railway Application for Increased Fares to Be Heard In Session Today [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
Railway Application for Increased Fares to Be Heard In Session Today The application of the Pacific Electric Railway for an increase in its rates of fare will be heard today, Jan. 15, in the Railroad Commission’s Court room in the State Building. The application of the Los Angeles Railway Co. will be heard Jan. 22, at the same place and time, 10:00 in the morning. The proposed increase is for a straight ten cent fare, or four tokens for thir- / ' ty-five cents. The Highland Park Transportation Council will be represented at these hearings, and it Is suggested that the general public should also attend. There is no change in the situation as it appertains to the proposed substitutions on the “W' 1 carline. The staffs of the Railroad Commission and the Board of Public Utilities and transportation have not as yet made any statement regarding the suggested dropping of all proceedings for the duration. Representatives of the local transportation council have asked that the hearings be no...
O. K. Cole Heads Tire Rationing [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
O. K. Cole Heads Tire Rationing Appointment of O. K. Cole, prominent Highland Park man, as chairman of the tire-rationing board for this district and Eagle Rock, was announced by the Los Angeles city defense council. Serving under Cole will be Mrs. Lou Hathaway and Fenton Sink, manager of the Highland Park yard of the Patten-Blinn Lumber company and past president of the local Kiwanis club. Serving as alternates are Mrs. Owen Hill and Dr. W. D. Jackson. Cole announced that offices of the tire-rationing board are now open at 6301 North Figueroa Street. Anyone seeking information about new tires or tubes is asked to call there, or to telephone Cole at CLeveland 6-4121, or Sink at CLeveland 6-2111.
Women's Club To Meet Tuesday At Fox-Highland [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
Women's Club To Meet Tuesday At Fox-Highland Tuesday, January 20, will be a gala day in Highland Park when clubdom will congregate at the Fox-Highland Theatre. Los Angeles District, California Federation of Women’s Club with Mrs. C. H. Oneal, president, presiding, will hold its third district council in the theatre building starting at 10:00 a.jn. Highland Park Ebell will be hostess club with luncheon being served at the clubhouse, 131 South Avenue 57, at 12 o’clock. Mrs. Alice L. Teall and Mrs. W. A. Maitland are in charge of the lunch with the January division assisting. In the afternoon a program celebrating the 42nd birthday of the L. A. District C FW C, will be presented by Mrs. R. J. Morrison. A pageant entitled "The Flag Speaks” will feature the presidents of all Federated clubs. The program will continue throughout the afternoon until 3 o’clock. Second Tuesday of the month, which was last Tuesday is always Public Affairs Day and Forum discussions. Mrs. Wm. M. Crandall, presi...
Nursery School Aids in Defense [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
Nursery School Aids in Defense Toland Way Nursery School has been reorganized to aid in national defense. Two important changes in policies have been effected by this reorganization. Limitation regarding parents’ income have been removed, making it possible to enroll all children from 18 months to 5 years of age. A small fee will be made to cover the costs of lunches, etc., in some cases. In cooperation with the nursery, Toland Way P.-T.A. are making plans to use teachers and school facilities as an adult training center in the care of young children. For further information concerning the enrollment of children or the training of adults, contact the school at 4545 Toland Way.
Rosabell and Arcadia In Semi-Finals [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
Rosabell and Arcadia In Semi-Finals By CHRIS REDONDO Charley Pedrotti’s Rosabell Plumbers, fighting desperately for their second winter league pennant in three years, face their toughest obstacle to date Sunday, in the powerful Arcadia Merchants. This semi-finals clash will be played on Rosabell Field, South Pasadena, starting at 2 p.m. Arcadia’s impressive winter tourney record of 7 wins and 1 loss, giving them a tie for first with Vultee Aircraft, ranks them favorites over the local Plumbers. While the Plumbers competed in the tourney with two pro stars, Jack Hanson and Chris Flanagan, Manager Jimmy Richardson used a lineup sprinkled liberally with professional talent. Heading the list is big John Lindeli, property of the New York Yankees and recently chosen by the St. Louis Sporting News, official baseball organ, as the most valuable minor league player in the country. Because of the Association banning the use of double A pitchers and catchers in the tourney. Lindeli plays the o...
Record Dept. At Holland's Has Capable Manager [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
Record Dept. At Holland's Has Capable Manager Capable and energetic Miss Barbara Mae Ericksen is now in charge of the record and sheet music department at the Holland Electric shop, located at 5634 North Figueroa Street, according to a recent announcement by John C. Holland. Miss Ericksen is a W’4l graduate of Franklin High school, and has specialized in music and is well qualified to give advice on record and sheet music problems. “Already we have a stock of records of goodly size,” Holland said, “and it includes th enewest in Victor, Columbia and Decca releases. It will soon be stocked to meet the most varied demands of music lovers, be it for popular or classical selections; instrumental, vocal or orchestral; single records or albums.” Barbara Mae Ericksen
Coordinating Council Outlines Defense Plans [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
Coordinating Council Outlines Defense Plans Highland Park Coordinating Council defense activity plans were outlined at a General Luncheon meeting of the Council, held January 12th at the American Legion Clubhouse, presided over by Dr. W. D. Jackson, chairman. Approximately 60 prominent members in attendance heard Mr. Frank G. Morrison, District Supervisor of Los Angeles County Coordinating Councils, tell in detail of a “Defense Information Center,” which is to be set up by all Coordinating Councils, including Highland Park. This information center, as explained by Mr. Morrison, is a regular defense activity, assigned from the Los Angeles County Defense Councils, and is designed to aid in the building of morale. Information on all phases of national defense will be relayed to this center from defense authorities for the benefit of local residents. Immediate steps are being taken to organize and bring this information center into being, according to Mr. C. K. Cole, chairman of the Cha...
Citizens Urged To Attend Big Mass Meeting Tonight National Defense and Air Raid Protection of This Area to Be Discussed [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
Citizens Urged To Attend Big Mass Meeting Tonight National Defense and Air Raid Protection of This Area to Be Discussed Citizens throughout this area are urged to attend the mass meeting scheduled for this evening at 8 p.m., in the American Legion Clubhouse, 227 No. Ave. 55, for the purpose of forming an Organization for the protection of the Highland Park District and its citizens in Air Raids. All business men, property owners, and fraternal organiza- “ as well as all other citizens of the Community, are urged to be present. Speakers on National Defense and Air Raid Protection, have arranged to be present and address the meeting. What is being done and has been done ir other communities will be discussed and a permanent organization formed for the protection of Highland Park. Some time ago the United States Army called upon the American Legion to plan and organize a branch of the National Defense Corps. The Legion National Headquarters formed a plan of operation and passed it on t...
Flag Ceremony Scheduled For Sunday Afternoon [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
Flag Ceremony Scheduled For Sunday Afternoon A flag raising ceremony at which the American and British flags will be honored, will take place next Sunday at 2:00 p.m. The scene of the ceremony will be the British War Relief quarters at 6637 South Ardmore, near Wilshire. The ceremony will be preceded by a band concert given by the band of the Black-Foxe Military Academy, conducted by Captain Lockhart. Participahts in the ceremony, which will be fully military in character, will include American and British Detachments, including some of the R. A. F. Speakers will include Major Glenn from the British War Relief Headquarters, and a representative from the British Consulate.
What Do You Think? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
What Do You Think? Heroes in White On December 4, a medical officer of the U. S. Navy un derwent an appendicitis operation at Pearl Harbor. Three days later, when the Japs struck, that man got out of bed, assembled his kit, and worked steadily for three days and nights until he collapsed. He was just one of the heroes in white the little group of Navy doctors and nurses, aided by volunteer nurses—who performed the medical miracle of giving treatment to 90 per cent of the casualties by nightfall of fateful December 7th. It is for such selfless service that the Red Cross is asking contributions and American nurses and medical men are volunteering. They won’t fly bombers or man machine guns; and their achievements will be in headlines but little. But they will make in far places their gallant stand against agony and death, as they made it at Pearl Harbor —and the grateful men of the fighting forces will accord them the same high tribute they accord to the heroes ir khaki for the stands...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
Save for m r *■* i 'eiense There never was a better time than right now to help your government, and at the same lime help yourself by re-upholstering your furniture. 5® THE POST-DISPATCH CLASSIFIED PAGE IS THE QUICK, EASY WAY TO FIND THE UPHOLSTERER TO DO THE JOB. Turn now to Page 4 Classification 23 * Here you will find fhe most complete list of Upholsterers to be found in any newspaper in northeast Los Angeles. Wtth Ai-iai. w£EK, MONTH AFTER MONTH, AND YEAR AFTER YEAR THE POST-DISPATCH HAS BEEN PRODUCING RESULTS FOR THESE FIRMS.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
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Physical Fitness Class at Franklin Evening: High School [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
Physical Fitness Class at Franklin Evening: High School Physical fitness class for men, especially those having sedentary jobs, is being held every Monday and Wednesday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. at Franklin evening high school, 820 North Avenue 54, announces Principal Cleon Kersey. Volley Ball, hand ball, ladder and rope climbing, jumping, wall scaling, medicine ball games and exercises are offered to make the class interesting as well as to make those attending more physically fit. Let the motive be in the deed and not in the vent. Be not one whose motive for action is the hope of reward. — Kreeshna.