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Youngest Red Cross Worker [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
Youngest Red Cross Worker American Photo Studios Probably the youngest worker in the National Red Cross War fund Campaign in these parts was the first to answer a call for volunteers for the campaign in Eagle Rock. She is four year-old Diane Fowler, and she was right on the job when Mrs. Hazel M. Hahn of 1915 Chickasaw Street, chairman of the Red Cross war fund Campaign in Eagle Rock and a part of Highland Park asked for Volunteer workers. Little Diane has been constantly on the job aiding the campaign in Eagle Rock and accompanied by her mother, Mrs. L. Dean Fowler of 5325 Dahlia Drive has been out after contributions for the Red Cross since the campaign started. Mrs. Hahn reports the results of the campaign and the re spouse shown to her large group of workers is most gratifying.
Rosabell Surprises Arcadia Plumbers Meel Iron Workers Sun. In Championship Series [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
Rosabell Surprises Arcadia Plumbers Meel Iron Workers Sun. In Championship Series BY CHRIS The Rosabell Plumbers pursuit of the elusive Southern California semi pro title begins Sunday on an alien diamond! Through the flip of a coin that landed against him, Charley Pedrotti’s Rosabell Plumbers will travel to 62nd Street and Western Avenue Sunday to meet the Iron Workers in the first of a three-game series for the coveted S. C. title. Manager Blacky Leslie, of the Iron Workers has set 2 o’clock as REDONDO starting time for the game announced that admission would be free. A hat collection will be taken, the Iron Workers’ manager also revealed. Try as he might, Pedrotti failed in one of the very few times in bringing the opening piay-off game to Rosabell Field. All bids made by the Plumber skipper, an some of them brought gasps of amazement to to the crowd gathered around, were refused by Leslie, who maintained that the Dip of a coin would be the only decision recognized. The second ga...
Hearing On Application For Fare Increases Will Open This Morning [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
Hearing On Application For Fare Increases Will Open This Morning The hearing of the application for increase of faros and the abolition of weekly passes on the Los Angelas Rail - way systems will be opened today, January 22, at 10:00 a. m. in the court room of the State Railroad Commission, State Building, First and Broadway, before Commissioner Riley. The Los Angeles Motor Coach Company application has been continued to be held in conjunction with this hearing. The Pacific Electric Railway’s hearing is adjourned until January 29, when arguments for an emergency intermin order will be heard as to the Pacific Electric’s application. The Highland Park Transportation Council unanimously passed the following resolutions at its meeting on January 20: Resolved: We leave the matter of the increase in fare rates to the Board of Public Utilities and Transportation and the State Railroad Commission, to be based on the facts developed in he hearing. But if the increase be granted we desire it ...
Wm. C. Schaper to Manage Local Defense Center [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
Wm. C. Schaper to Manage Local Defense Center Wm. C. Schaper, well known local attorney, will be manager of the Defense Information center, sponsored by the Highland Park Coordinating council, it was announced today. Offices for the center will be located at the American Legion Clubhouse, 227 North Avenue 55, space for which has been kindly donated by the Legion. Staff workers are now being enlisted and arrangements for an instructor to explain details of the setup are under way. This center will be part of Defense Council work and all bulletins and instructions on defense matters will be relayed to it as they are compiled. Local residents visiting the office will thus receive authentic data on all phases of defense. A curtailment of false rumors and a build up of morale is the goal of this office.
W. Brawley, Wife Married 50 Years [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
W. Brawley, Wife Married 50 Years Friends and neighbors gathered at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brawley at 552 Tonawanda Street last week to congratulate them and recognize true happiness in matrimony as they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. Fifty years ago William H. Brawley and Mrs. Brawley, who was then Betrtha M. Fegler, both members of early pioneer families, were married in Rock Island Illinois. Twenty-two years ago they came to Los Angeles, built their present home, and have lived there happily ever since. Only one child was born to the Brawley’s, a son, Harold, who served overseas in the last worldwar, at which time he received distinguished honors, soon thereafter sorrow crept into the Brawley home when Harold lost his life in a plane crash at March Field. At the reception held at the Brawley home last week, many cards and messages of congratulations from friends and relatives were received by the couple, in addition they were presented with a beautiful ...
To Warn Highlanders! I [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
To Warn Highlanders! I You’re wrong:, It’s not an Incubator, it’s one of the 59 huge 500 pound 7/i horsepower air-raid warning: sirens, one of which wil be placed on the roof of the fire department headquarters on North Figueroa Street. The 7/i horsepower sirens, which stand approximately 4 feci high, are to be placed, most of them, at fire stations so that they can be connected for instantaneous operation to the city's police and fire alarm system.
What Do You Think? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
What Do You Think? A Mother Kneels To Pray Depr God, I have two growing sons — Two bright eyed lads as splendid And straight as young and slender fir Trees growing on the mountain side. So young and happy in affairs Of school and play, yet all too soon They will be men, with men’s courageous hearts Beneath their young and sturdy breast. But will they live in peace and happiness To have their homes and children? Or be compelled to travel down The Crimson road of war for which There’s no returning for so many Beloved sons! God, will they sail upon The seas in battleships of war? Or fly in planes across the sky That carry flaming death? Or will They march in battle, shouldering arms? My anxious heart is asking questions That echo in the hearts of mothers Across the world. Dear God, I kneel Tonight and pray that blinding scales Of hate, and greed and jealousy Be lifted from the eyes of nations —■ May scars of war be healed, and unity Of love and peace renew the minds And hearts of men, ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
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“Blossom Time” To Open At Biltmore Theatre January 26 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
“Blossom Time” To Open At Biltmore Theatre January 26 Acclaimed by press and public alike as one of the finest baritones ever to have played the role of Franz Schubert in “Blossom Time,” coming to the stage of the Biltmore Theatre, Los Angeles, for two weeks beginning Monday, January 26, with Wednesday and Saturday matinees. Everett Marshall heads a stellar cast selected by the Messrs. Schubert for the twentieth anniversary presentation of the popular musical which they first produced to the American public at the Wilbur Theatre in Boston. In all its brilliant history, "Blossom Time” has never had a more talented star that Mr. Marshall, who sang for four seasons at the Metropolitan Opera after studying abroad for five years. The young baritone will be remembered as the star of George White’s “Scandals,” in which he popularized the song hit, “That’s Why Darkies Were Bom,” and is likewise familiar to radio audiences, to say nothing of the movies in which he appeared during his two tri...
Manager M. K. Ross Pays Respects To Carole Lombard [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
Manager M. K. Ross Pays Respects To Carole Lombard Among the Highlanders who mourend the tragic death of Carole Lombard this week was Murray K. Ross, manager of the Franklin and Dale Theatres, who was personally acquainted with her. Several years ago Ross was connected with the Fox headquarters in Indiana, where he often came in contact with the beloved star who endeared herself to millions. ‘‘Her tragic death is only softened by the fact thaf she gave her life serving her country,” says Ross.