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A.ldama P.-T.A. Meet To Be Held Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
A.ldama P.-T.A. Meet To Be Held Tuesday Social Integrity Built by Developed Speech Ability is the theme of the open meeting of the Aldama P.-T.A. to be held Tuesday, January 27, in the school auditorium at 2 p.m. Mrs. Ida Sutherland from "the Board'of Education will speak on speech development. There will be a guest speaker from the local Toastmaster Club to speak on home defense. Happily Everafter, a short movie feature will be shown. Mrs. Inez Rightmire, principal will present her “Off the Record Comments.” The following committee has Deen appointed for school defense work: Mrs. Alta Thompson, general chairman: Mrs. Florence Johnston, nutrition: Mrs. Herbert Swanson, home welfare; Mrs. Nellie Montgomery, Red Cross; Mrs. Pauline Hackamack, Mrs. Zabel Arzoumanian, and Mrs. D. H. Keet, publicity and public contacts. There will be a paper drive held at Aldama in the near future so please save your newspapers, magazines and rags.
Severe Penalties Urged Against Tire, Automobile Thieves [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
Severe Penalties Urged Against Tire, Automobile Thieves Need of maxium penalty rulings from California courts against convicted car and tire thieves, in accord “with the precedent established by judges elsewhere in the United States” was voiced in a statement by S. L. Mitchell, secre-tary-general manager of the Automobile club of Southern California. "Car and tire thieves should be looked upon as semi-traitors and dealt out the fullest punishment for their crime,” Mr. Mitchell stated. “Loss of a car, tires and other vital equipment in these times might cost a lojral American his .means of livelihood, and in all cases will cause hardship and grief. The Automobile Club of Southern California urges California magistrates to follow the precedent of judges elsewhere in the United States who have seen fit to rule heavily against such piracy,”
How’s Your Health? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
How’s Your Health? By Dr. Roy D, Kohl What does this war mean to you? It should mean that you resolve to maintain your health so that you can carry on while others are equally engaged in an effort to bring the war to a successful conclusion for us. There are dangers which even the noncombatant population is subject to during war time. We on the Pacific Coast are presumably in a vulnerable position; however, you should know that war nerves, the most common condition suffered by the combatant and non-combatant alike, is not serious in frequency among those properly fed and clothed, with sufficient occupation and diversion, Those most likely to suffer from bombing or straffing by the enemy are those in poor health and those whose nervous systems by heredity are less likely to withstand fear, danger, and discomfort. In order for you to come through a long, sustained war with the unhappiness, loss of loved ones, suffering, and denial that it means, it is necessary for you to put your bod...
CALIFORNIA SPEAKS! Significant Statements by Interesting Californians [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
CALIFORNIA SPEAKS! Significant Statements by Interesting Californians EDDIE CANTOR—“This year of 1942 should be dedicated to life, liberty and the pursuit of enemy Japanese.” JIM DAVIES, who keeps movie stars in shape —“ Women can be such ostriches about beauty. Too many just bury their heads in piles of cosmetics .The face needs real muscular exercise just as much as the legs and arms and body if a gal’s eyes and smile are to stay young.” CHIH-TSING FENG, Chinese consul genredl at C. F. —“If Chinese around Hongkong had been armed, the British flag would still fly there. We have 4,000,000 stalwart men, trained, eager and familiar with the ground. The need is only for arms.” TONY MARTIN, screen and radio singer, enlisting in Navy—"The world certainly doesn’t owe us a living any more. We've had luck; now it’s up to Us to pay back the pepole and the nation for what they’ve given us.” PROF. EDGAR E. ROBINSON, Stanford —“Whatever the war brings, the universities must remain open at full ...
Applications For Policemen Now Being Requested By City [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
Applications For Policemen Now Being Requested By City Physically fit men between the ages of 21 and 35 are needed to fill positions as policemen on the Los Angeles force. The work pays from $l7O to $2OO per month. Successful applicants will be given an oportunity to qualify by departmental examinations for an additional $25 per month as a motorcycle officer. Candidates must be at least 5 feet 9 inches and weigh 145 pounds. Other height, weight and health standards as specified in the official bulletin published by the Los Angeles' City Civil Service Commission must be met. Men from 31 to 40 years of age
SOFTIE VILLAIN [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
SOFTIE VILLAIN Jack La Rue, a hard-boiled heavy in Paramount’s “American Empire,” objected to wearing spurs during the filming of the Harry Sherman production. He contended that prodding with steel would hurt his horse.. Hear everything, see everything, say nothing. may also file for Court Officer in l the Municipal Court at a salary range of from $l3O to $225 per month. Applications for either of these positions must be on file with the Los Angeles City Civil Service Commission, Room 11, City Hall, by 5:00 p.m. February 6. The written tests will be held February
Garvanza P.-T.A. Urge Attendance At Next Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
Garvanza P.-T.A. Urge Attendance At Next Meeting The Garvanza P.-T.A. and Principal C. W. B. Link urge all members to attend the next meeting on Tuesday, January 27, at 2 p.m., when Superintendent Vierling Kersey will be the guest speaker. This is a rare opportunity for all patrons to hear the head of the city school system discuss “School Education.” All neighboring P.-T.A. groups are cordially invited to attend. Mrs. Isbell’s graduating class will share honors, presenting a patriotic program. Hostesses for the meeting will be room mothers of Miss Tarr's and Mrs. Paff’s classes.
Equalization Board In Need OF Men [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
Equalization Board In Need OF Men Announcement is made by Wm. G. Bonelli fourth district member of the State Board of Equilization, of a written examination for investiagtors to do general investigating in connection with various tax laws administered by the Board, to be held on January 29. Entrance salary for investigators is $l6O monthly, with opportunity to take subsequent promotional examinations for higher grades. Mrs. R. E. McNamara asks all parents to save papers for a drive which will be held soon. Plans are being made for a card party to be held next month. Watch for further announcements.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
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OBITUARIES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
OBITUARIES IRWIN Services for Albert E. Erwin were held at Gresse’s Eagle Rock Redwood Chapel Jan. 20th. Mr. Irwin, who was '72 years of age. resided at 2411 So. San Pedro St. He was born in Auburn. 111., and had lived in Los Angeles for 21 years. He is survived by 2 sons. James and George Irwin and 3 daughlers. Mrs. Mary Craddock. Mrs. Monica Leadabrand and Mrs. Clara Lathrop. ESKRIDGE Funeral services for Frank E. Eskridge were held at Cresse’s Highland Park Chapel Jan. 20th with Interment following in Forest Lawn Cemetery. Mr. Eskridge, whose residence was at 122 No. Ave. 58. was 56 years old. He was a native of Indiana having lived in 1 his community for 15 years. He leaves his wife. Mrs. Julia Eskridge, a daughter and a son. Edgar Eskridge. SPENCER Funeral services for Harry L. Spencer. of 1860 Fairoark Ave.. were held at Crosse’s Eagle Rock Redwood Chapel Jan. 16th with interment following in Valhalla Cemetery. Mr. Spencer was 56 rears old and a native of Kansas, having lived ...
Toland Way P.T.A. Earning Money [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
Toland Way P.T.A. Earning Money Executive board members of the Toland Way Parent Teacher Association are again earning money in many novel ways fof the “Life Membership” which they give each year. Mrs. Harriet Schultz and Mrs. Velma Streub were co-hostesses at a dessert party Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. Streub’s home. After refreshments were served, games were played, with the .prizes for the afternoon going to Mrs. Hattie Howorth and Mrs. Mary Ann Nottingham. Others who attended were Mrs. Belle Hewitt, Mrs. Roberta Wagner, Mrs. Edith Hillock, Mrs, Roberta Wagner, Mrs. Mary Jane Kagley, Mrs. Bernita Davis, Mrs. Mildred Whitt, Mrs. Beatrice Trerise, Mrs. Margaret Trussle, Mrs. Luella Page, and Mrs. Eleanor Ellingen.
Cactus Flowers To Be Discussed [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
Cactus Flowers To Be Discussed In connection with the final week’s showing of the Southwest Cactus Growers exhibit of photographs, paintings and drawings, at Southwest Museum, Mr. Roy Miller will present a talk on Cactus Flowers and illustrate his lecture with colored lantern slides at the Museum next Sunday afternoon (Jan. 25) at 3 p.m. The public is invited to attend the lecture and inspect the pictures and drawings, ribbons for the best in each division have already been awarded. The grand sweepstakes prize was awarded to Eldean Olsen for his dramatic and pictorial photograph entitled Senor Ocotillo at Home. m
Glee Club lo Sing at Baptist Church Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
Glee Club lo Sing at Baptist Church Sunday The people of Glassell Park Baptist Church, Eagle Rock Blvd. at Ave. 30, are looking forward with pleasure to next Wednesday, when the Glee Club from the Glassell Park School will sing. Mrs. Silboy is their director and she sure knows her “stuff”. A most cordial invitation is extended to all to come and enjoy themselves at 7:15 p.m., Wednesday, the 28th. • w TOO MANY of the boys were more interested in the teacher than tennis, so JINX FALKENBURG has changed her mind about giving friends tennis lessons.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
KILL TWO BIRDS WITH ONE STONE Cover All of Highland Park and Glassell Park FOR BIGGEST RESULTS AT SMALLEST COST USE POST-DISPATCH CLASSIFIED ADS DEADLINE TIME FOR CLASSIFIED ADS 3 P. M. Y/EDNESDAY Save Money—Pay Cash Ai Our Counter ANNANDALE METHODIST 7131 North Figueroa St. McKinley Walker. Pastor 9:30 a.m.—Chur-ch School. 10:45 a.m.—Morning Worship. 7:30 p.m.—Evening Services. CHRISTIAN BIBLE ASSEMBLY 5601 Buchanan St. Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Powell 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School. 10:45 a.m.—Morning Service. 7;30 p.m.—Revival Hour. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 5206 North Figueroa 'onrth Church or Christ, Scientist, a branch of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Mass. 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.—Morning Service. EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE HOLY APOSTLES 3315 Verdugo Road The Rev. W. E. Craig, Jr., Vicar 7:30 Holy Communion. 9:30 Choral Eucharist. 7:00 p.m. Young People'* Fellowship. 9:30 a.m. Saturday—Church school. OARVANZA METHODIST CHURCH Ave. 65 and Pasadena Ave. R...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
Public Notices I—Personals TEMPLE OF TRUTH Spiritualist Church 4652 EAGLE ROCK BOULEVARD All meetings during the present emergency will take place between 2 and 4 In the afternoon Pastor Reverend E. A. Smith Res. CL-6-2392 DO YOU NEED EXTRA MONEY? Can use washing machine and sewing machine. CL-6-5905. HAVE YOUR SHOES Repaired, Dyed, lengthened &amp; widened at POELKES. since 1919. 6320 Pasadena avenue. 10 —Instruction PIANO LESSONS Modern or Classical. Reasonable Rates. AL-0383 Employment 12 —Help Wanted Bill Passers Wanted Men to distribute Jiand bills and newspapers, house to house. UNION RATE PAID. KELLOGG SYSTEM 6027 N. Figueroa St. AL-8196 11 —Professional Service INCOME TAX RETURNS Prepared by an experienced acountant. $3.00 charged for salaried people, including notary fees. INQUIRE CHURCHILL REALTY CO. 3954 Eagle Rock Blvd. CL-6-5940 | 14—Situations Wanled ODD Jobs, yard work, carpenters helper, house cleaning. Window wash. Work satisfactory. Call Allen AL-1705 LEGAL...