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THIS WAY PLEASE AT FRANKLIN [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942

THIS WAY PLEASE AT FRANKLIN Fibber McGee and Molly, pictured above, will be seen with Betty Grable In “This Way, Please,” opening: at the Franklin, Sunday for a tour-day run. The companion feature will be Bela Lugosi and the Dead-End Kids in “Spooks Run Wild.”

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BOGART VS THE GESTAPO [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942

BOGART VS THE GESTAPO BOGART vs. THE GESTAPO! Excitement, suspense and superthrlils reign as "Killer” Bogart gangs up on the deadliest mob of all—the Gestapo! Others pictured are Kaaren Veme and William Demarest . . . from the cast of “All Through The Night” starting today at Warners Hollywood and Downtown theatres.

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DALE FEATURE [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942

DALE FEATURE George Brent holds the spotlight with Ilona Massey and Basil Kathbone in “International Lady,” opening Sunday at the popular Dale Theatre. On the same bill will be seen Lloyd Nolan and Constance Moore in “Buy Me That Town.” Safety advice to prevent automobile accidents is a lot like medicine. You have to take it before it does any good.

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AT THE EAGLE [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942

AT THE EAGLE Jeanette McDonald and Brian Aherne in “Smilin’ Through,” open at the Eagle Theatre tonight for a three-day run. The equally attractive companion feature stars Gene Tierney and Bruce Cabot in "Sundown.” Cash-in-nite is scheduled for Friday as usual.

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The Man At the Keyhole by operative WB [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942

The Man At the Keyhole by operative WB Maybe it shouldn’t be told, but when Assemblyman Speaker Gordon Garland and Senator Bob Kenny of L. A.—rival candidates for Governor—were chosen to go East together to find out what kind of a State Guard setup the Army wanted out here, some of their mutual friends helped to engineer it with the idea that they might toss a coin on the way and return home running mates instead of opponents. Thus far, however, there’s been no sign of the attempted match-making. The new president of the State Railroad Commission for 191)2, our spy advises, will be Justice Craemer of Orange. That, incidentally, moves Mr. Craemer into a strategic spot for his projected campaign for Governor. The gubernatorial wheels are certainly spinning! When Congressman John Tolan Alameda County Democrat, failed to recommend his fellow party stalwart, Assemblyman, Henry P. Meehan, for the Oakland postmastership some time back, he seems to have started a feud that won’t end until e...

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Margaret Cramer Resigns As Toland Way P.-T.A. Head [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942

Margaret Cramer Resigns As Toland Way P.-T.A. Head Tolanci Way P.-T.A. has felt the pressure of “Priorities.” The Fourth Interceptor Comand has “drafted” Mrs. Margaret Crammer for duty in the Air-Warning Service. Since Mrs. Cramer is subject to 24-hour call, she felt it necessary to resign as President of Poland Way P.-T.A. In accepting Mrs. Cramer’s resignation, with regret, we feel it is our definite duty to release her and in doing so feel that we too are serving the Fourth Interceptor Command. Mrs. Mildred Whitt, until now vice-president, has taken over the presidency. Mrs. Whitt has served faithfully and successfully as chairman of many P.-T.A. departments in the past and it is hoped under her leadership that Poland Way P.-T.A. will "go places” not only in service to the P.-T.A. ideals but to the Nation.

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Women’s Society Of Christian Service To Meet Today [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942

Women’s Society Of Christian Service To Meet Today The Dedication meeting of the Women’s Society of Christian Service of the Highland Park Methodiist Church will be held Thursday, January 15. The president, Mrs. Charlotte Maxson, will preside at the business meeting at 11:00 in the parlors. Luncheon will be served by the Branson-Ball circle at 12:15. The afternoon meeting will be held in the sanctuary at 1:15. Devotions by Rev. E. Dow Hoffman. The annual report will be given. Mrs, Maxon will speak on “Plans for the New Year.” Mrs. Turner Macßain, vice-presi-dent of the Southern CaliforniaArizona Conference, will give an inspirational address. Mrs. William Crandall, chorister, Mrs. Flora Morberg, organist, and sperial music by Mrs. Morse Danskin. All interested women are cordially invited.

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Toland Way P.-T.A. Will Meet Today [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942

Toland Way P.-T.A. Will Meet Today The regular monthly meeting of the Toland Way P.-T.A. will be held at the school, Thursday, January 15 at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Mildred Whitt, newly appointed president, filling the vacancy left by the resignation of Mrs. Margaret Cramer, will preside. Mr. R. A. Goodcell of the Southern California Automobile Club will speak on "Safety.’* A musical program will be presented. Mrs. Fridl will be in charge of the social hour. What fifth columnists don’t know won’t hurt you.

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Hazel M. Hahn Urges Support Of Drive For Red Cross [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942

Hazel M. Hahn Urges Support Of Drive For Red Cross Mrs. Hazel M. Hahn, chairman of the Red Cross drive in Eagle Rock and part of Highland Park, issued an urgent appeal yesterday for cooperation and donations to assure complete success of the campaign, “Let us each and everyone do our part,” says Mrs, Hahn, and she added; “every donation is welcome, no matter how small the amount, but give all you can, and let us make Uncle Sam proud of our district.” The Eagle Rock headquarters of the campaign are located at 2010 Colorado Boulevard. HAZEL M. HAHN

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Abraham Lincoln Hi Offers Free Course [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942

Abraham Lincoln Hi Offers Free Course “With tuition, books, and equipmen furnished at no charge to the student,' Abraham Lincoln Day High School, 3501 North Broadway, is now offering an intensive business course to adults including such subjects as Gregg Shorthand, typing, bookkeeping, office machines switchboard, and Business | English. High school graduation or Its equivalent is required of those desiring enrollment, which begins February 2, 1942. The school schedule runs from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., but special arrangements are made for students coming from long distances. Five months is required to complete the course. Successful students are aided In securing positions by the school.

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Glassell Park P.-T.A. To Devote Fridays For Red Cross Work [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942

Glassell Park P.-T.A. To Devote Fridays For Red Cross Work The members of Glassell Park Parent-Teacher Association have elected to devote Friday of each week for Red Cross work. Meeting in the room across the hall from the cafeteria at the school, these women will knit, sew and roll bandages. The first meeting was held January 9, and a larger attendance is anticipated on January 16. Anyone interested in joining the group is cordially invited to attend.

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Help-Your-Neighbor Party [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942

Help-Your-Neighbor Party Something new and different is to be started in the way of parties at Delevan Drive this week. A “Help-Your-Neighbor Party,” to be held at the home of Mrs. Bruce Wood, 3923 Yosemite way, Friday, January 16. There is to be a Dessert party at 1:00 p.m. Eevryone is cordially invited. Twentyfive cents is the pass word.

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Seek Volunteers For Bomb Squad Duty [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942

Seek Volunteers For Bomb Squad Duty One hundred twelve men are needed to volunteer for bomb squad duty. A training course of probably two hours a week will be announced at a later date, according to M. R. Hoff, Commander of Highland Park Detective Bureau who will be in charge—4 men to a squad—6-hour duty, once a week. This squad will be on duty at Highland Park Station during a bombing or emergency. A station wagon or light truck will be furnished, equipped with sacks and shovels. A bomb expert will be furnished by the Police Department. The bomb squad will not handle a bomb until same has been made safe to handle. There will be no call to duty unless we are experiencing an actual bombing or emergency.

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“Keep A Sound Mind” Topic of P.-T.A. Meet [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942

“Keep A Sound Mind” Topic of P.-T.A. Meet “Keeping: a Sound Mind” will be the topic of the regular monthly meeting of the Franklin High School Parent-Teacher Association to be held January 21 at I;3Q p.m. in room 280 in the auditorium building. There will be a meeting of the executive board at 10 o’clock in Miss Champion’s office. All board members are urged to attend.

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Postpone Date of Publicity Luncheon [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942

Postpone Date of Publicity Luncheon The Tenth District Publicity Luncheon, which was to have been held January 30, in the Biltmore Bowl, has been postponed, the date to be decided upon later. The demands, at the present time, upon the press and radio people, who were to be the honored guests at the luncheon, make this decision seem wise, according to those in charge. Mrs. Helen Parker, President Highlands Council of the P.-T.A., announces the following new defense Chairmen, who are preparing themselves to meet any emergency in this area: Mrs, Hattie Howorth, of Highlands Council; Mrs. Altha Thompson, of Aldama: Mrs. Prank Phelps, and Mrs. G. M. Phelps, of Annandale; Mr. HarHill, and Mrs. Blanche Tierney, of Aragon; Mrs. Mary Brady of Buchanan; Mrs. Quincy pikeman, of Dahlia Heights; Mrs. Harold Wright, of Delevan Drive; Mrs. Daniel Hege, of Eagle Rock elementary; Mrs. Marjorie Curtis, of Fletcher Drive; Mrs. S. W. Bailey, of Garvanza; Mrs. Edgar H. Cooper of Glassell Park; Mrs. J. M...

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Executive Board Of Aldama P.-T.A. To Meet Tuesdays [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942

Executive Board Of Aldama P.-T.A. To Meet Tuesdays The Executive Board of the Aldama P.-T.A. will meet in the school library, January 20, at 10 a.m. Mrs. Florence Johnston, Mrs. Alta Thompson, and Mrs. Herbert Swanson attended the meeting of the Highland Park Coordinating council, Monday, January 12. The subject was part of the coordinating councils in ' civilian defense work. The defense committee, namely: Mrs. Florence Johnston, Mrs. Herbert Swanson, Mrs. Nellie Montgomery, Mrs. Pauline Hackamack, Mrs. Doris Livingston, and Mrs. Helen Keet, has been called by Mrs. Alta Thompson, president, to meet with Mrs. Inez Rightmlre, principal, to discuss the organization’s in defense. What Can You Do to Help America? was the subject discussed at the Business Women’s Legislative Council’s breakfast held Sunday, January 11. Mrs. Grace Rosenthal, teacher at Aldama and vice-president of this orgnization had as her guests Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. John Rightmire from Aldama, Mr...

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NOVEL NECKWEAR [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942

NOVEL NECKWEAR Lorraine, of the eccentric dance team of Lorraine and Rognan, wears a 12-year-oid collie named Jiggs draped around her neck for a specialty number she does in Paramount’s “The Fleet’s In.” Jiggs has been trained to go limp on cue.

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LOCK MAY FREEZE [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942

LOCK MAY FREEZE Skiers or others who drive into the mountains during the winter months may experience trouble unlocking a car door because the lock has frozen, according to the Automobile Club of Southern California emergency service department. Moisture often gets into the lock mechanism and freezes solid enough to prevent the key from working. Simple remedy is to heat the key with a match or other flame. Since Richard Webb played a rancher’s role in Paramount’* "American Empire,” he is roping during his spare time. He learned the art from Leo Carillo who stars in the Texas epic.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942

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