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Christian Science Lesson Sermon For Next Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
Christian Science Lesson Sermon For Next Sunday ‘‘Soul and Body” is the Sunday Lesson-Sermon subject in all Churches of Christ, Scientist. The Golden Text, chosen from Psalms, reads: “Why are thou cast down, O my soul? and why art thou disquieted within me? hope thou in God; for I shall yet praise him, who is the health of my countenance, and my God.” Naaman’s healing of leprosy is told in a Lesson-Sermon passage from II Kings. Naaman, a captain of the king of Syria, “came with his horses and with his chariot, and stood at the door of the house of Elisha. And Elisha sent a messenger unto him, saying, Go and wash in Jordan seven times, and thy flesh shall come again to thee, and thou shalt be clean. But Naaman was wroth.” His servants came to him and said, “My father, if the prophet % had bid thee do some great thing, wouldest' thou not have done it? how much rather then, when he saidth to thee, Wash, and be clean? Then went he down, and dipped himself seven times in Jordan, . . . an...
Regular Meeting Of Franklin Hi P.-T.A. Next Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
Regular Meeting Of Franklin Hi P.-T.A. Next Wednesday The regular monthly meeting of the Franklin High School Parent Association will be held Wednesday, May 27, at 1:30 p.m., in room 280 Auditorium Building. Mrs. Helen Long, first vice president will preside. Berta Axt, girls’ council president, will lead the Pledge of Allegiance to our Flag. The speaker of the afternoon will be Mrs. Rollin Brown, Junior Past President of the Tenth District Parent Teacher Association, whose topic, “Have We Met Youth Needs?” will include a summary of the year’s program under the theme, “Preparing Youth for Tomorrow’s World.” The Installation of officers for the coming year will be conducted by Mrs. Rollin Brown. Mrs. Dennis Gardner, incoming president, will present “Convention Echoes.” Music will consist of numbers by the Girls’ Glee Club under direction of Mrs. Madge Moore. Love is the hardest lesson in Christianity; but, for that reason, it should be most our care to learn it. —William Penn.
junior [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
junior \ GLORIA WARREN, lovely young star of Warners' "Always In My Heart" wears a style that is. increasingly popular with , teenagers these balmy, hatless days. It is parted at the side and across the back from ear t© ear. and rolled softly back. A large hair ribbon ties at the back braid, while the hair underneath is brushed Into curled ends. Youthful, charming and easy to wear.
Railway Official Discusses Problems Of Transportation [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
Railway Official Discusses Problems Of Transportation The place of local transportation, both present and proposed, in the current war effort was discussed this week by L. A. Reeves, Director of Public Service for the Los Angeles Railway, who declared that proper facilities for getting to and from work are as important as the workers, themselves, “As equipment is available and the need increases,” Reeves said, "it is our desire to connect every war plant in the area with frequent, fast, safe service, wherever necessity indicates. Our chief obstacle in expansion at this time is the lack of men to operate streetcars and coaches, the Army having reduced available manpower to an appreciable extent. There are many openings within the company and we are always on the lookout for good operators. If we can. surmount this shortage of manpower, service to war plants can be enlarged to nearly any capacity.” According to Reeves, the Los Angeles Railway already maintains a bus line serving the L...
St. Ignatius Holy Name Society To Conduct Dance [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
St. Ignatius Holy Name Society To Conduct Dance Saturday evening, Hay 23rd, at 8:00 p.m., the Holy Name Society of St. Ignatius Church will sponsor a dance in the Parish Hall at Avenue 61 and Monte Vista Street. It is their intention to make these dances a monthly event as they feel that due to the rationing of tires, and probably of gasoline, most of our entertainment must, of necessity, be centered in our own community. This idea cannot be accomplished by any one group but requires the enthusiastic cooperation of all. The affairs are to be run without thought of profit, the nominal fee being collected merely to cover the cost of orchestra and refreshments.
Final Meeting Of Aldama P.-T.A. To Be Held Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
Final Meeting Of Aldama P.-T.A. To Be Held Tuesday The final meeting for this year of the Aldama Parent Teacher Association will be held May 26, with Mrs. Alta Thompson presiding. The theme is “Social Integrity Established Through Play, Hobbies, Trips, Home and School.” There will be a display of hobbies of all the children and their mothers that wish to participate. Miss Ruth Haub, who will dance in the program,* will also have on display a fine and interesting exhibit of dolls. The two Camp Fire Groups will join and sing a group of Camp Fire Songs. Mrs. Marguerite Allen, the new president of Highlands council will Install the newly elected officers of the Aldama executive board. They are Mrs. Amelia Downs, president; Mrs. Florence Johnston, Ist vice-president; Mrs. Grace Evison, 2nd vice-president: Mrs. Pauline Hackamack, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Sarah Gralla, recording secretary; Mrs. Ruth Rose, treasurer; Mrs. Alene Chalfant, historian; Mrs. Rae Jones, auditor. Mrs. Dale Br...
Jack’s Malt Shop Opens New Store In Glendale [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
Jack’s Malt Shop Opens New Store In Glendale Mr. and Mrs. Grady Beardsley, proprietors of Jack's Malt Shop on York Blvd., announce the opening of their new shop, The Danish Maid Confectionery at 118 W; Broadway, Glendale. Grady Beardsley and Mark Nissen are in charge of the store and are featuring the same high quality malts, sodas and sundaes that have been so popular at the York Blvd. Store the past eight years. Featured also is the New Zealand Malt, an entirely new and different malt made by an exclusive process. In addition, a complete stock of hand-dipped candy which is made in the store is on display. Beardsley will continue to make all the ice cream for both stores and Nissen, who is a partner in the new store, will be in charge of the wholesale business.
Sabbath Services To Be Conducted By Junior Girls [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
Sabbath Services To Be Conducted By Junior Girls The Highland Park AZA and the B’nai B’rith Junior Girls are sponsoring and conducting the j Sabbath services this Friday evening, 8 p.m., at the Jewish Com- j munity Center, 5711 Monte Vista ! St. Ephraim lonigsberg, member j of the AZA, and a student at | U.S.C., will give the main ad- I dress, “What Price War.” Following the services there will | be an initiation of new members. ] As a special feature, five other t AZA chapters have been invited to 1 witness the ceremonies, among them being the Menorah Center, Mathan Strauss and the friendship chapters. Refreshments will be served friends of the center are invited to attend. Leo Silverstein, Jack Padve, and Fred Nathanson are in charge.
Staggered Travel Urged To Increase Railroad Capacity [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
Staggered Travel Urged To Increase Railroad Capacity If American vacationists will cooperate by modifying the two travel habits, the Western railroads will be able to carry many additional thousands to recreational regions without interference with the all-important war effort. These travel habits, according to Hugh W. Siddall, Chairman of the Transcontinental and Western Passenger Associations, are the American tendency to concentrate vacations into July and August and to travel on week-ends. “The Western railroads," Mr. Siddall said, “have a capacity, over and above the all-important military requirements, to transport many thousands of vacationists to the mountains, the seashore, and other recreational regions, provided vacationists will utilize train accommodations when they are available. On the other hand, the railroads may not have the surplus equipment to accommodate everyone if the majority of people try to travel at the same time. To embrace the whole creation with love so...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
CH RACY Urges Total Conscription Of Men, Machines, Materiel, and Money—With National Service from All and Profits to None! Total War Strategy Demands Designed Direction THE CONFLICT OF WORLD EVENTS compels the United States to install immediately the designed direction of the strategy of total war or face disaster. The United States must efficiently install at once a complete mobilization of all the resources of its national entirety. This designed direction of national operations cannot be attained if America permits business and party politics to dominate the administration of the defense of America. America must realize that in this age of technology the methods and practices of history cherished by the upholders of the Price System are incompetent to operate a Continent under the demands of total war. The facilities of yesterday's success have suddenly become the futilities of today and the defeat of tomorrow. The structure of America's economy demands that we Americans abandon ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
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OBITUARIES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
OBITUARIES BUFFUM Funeral services for Silas W. Buffum were held at Cresse’s Highland Park Chapel May 16th. Mr. Buffum, who was 90 years of age, resided at 3727 Randolph avenue. He was a native of New York and had lived in Los Angeles for the past 30 years. He is survived by a son, William M. Buffum of Nevada. JONES Funeral services for Mrs. Myrtle Olive Jones of 3450 No. Figueroa street, were held at Cresse’s Highland Park Chapel May 18th with interment following in Valhalla Cemetery. Mrs. Jones was 73 years of age and a native of Ohio. She had lived in Calif, for 19 years. Her survivors are a son. AI Jones and a sister, Mrs. Myra Lake. STOFER Funeral services for Mrs. Frances R. Stofer were held at Cresse’s Eagle Rock Redwood Chapel May 16th. Mrs. Stofer, who resided at 2331 Addison Way. was born in Missouri, having lived in this community for 16 years. She leaves her husband, William J. Stofer. SMITH Funeral services for Mrs. Sophia L. Smith were conducted by Cresse’s at the Wee ...
Safety Hints [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
Safety Hints Before you pass another car on the road make sure that another car is not trying to pass you. This is a frequent cause of accidents, which could be avoided if more drivers glanced now and then in the rear view mirror. You should use, the glass before you pass. Are you a traffic grouch? Do you think that you are the only good driver and all the rest are reckless nitwits? Do you shout abuse at other drivers and pedestrians? To avoid accidents keep your temper. There’s a lot at stake behind the wheel of an automobile says the Greater Los Angeles Safety council. It’s your family, your job, your fellow-citizen and yourself. Winter is a dangerous time for driving but summer’s clear weather is no cure-all for traffic accidents. Four out of five accidetns occur when the weather is clear and the pavement is dry. Always expect every driver and every pedestrian to do the unsafe thing. Be ready to stop says the Greater Los Angeles Safety Council and you will be ready for any emerge...