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Sheriff’s Auxiliary To Train 10,000 Men For Emergency Work [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
Sheriff’s Auxiliary To Train 10,000 Men For Emergency Work Training of 10,000 men to be an auxiliary force for the Sheriff’s department during emergencies was begun last week with the first two training schools here opening | on Belvedere and in Firestone Park, Sheriff E. W. Biscailuz, chairman of the Los Angeles county defense council, announced today. The training is under direction of chief M. F. Nuremberg, and consists of approximately sixty hours of instruction. Among the subjects covered will be war duties, how to meet the public, military discipline, laws or arrest, gas protection, traffic flow, regulation patrol duties, riots and unlawful assemblies, and first aid. Fourteen trained instructors, each having teacher’s credentials from the State department of Education, will conduct the schools. fflEach students will be given a certificate upon completion of the course. It was pointed out, however, that this does not make deputy sheriffs or policemen out of the trainees, but si...
BOXER SPONSORED BY DEAD END KID [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
BOXER SPONSORED BY DEAD END KID Gabriel Dell has bought himself a piece of fighter. In Dead End Kid parlance this means that young Dell is sponsoring a ring hopeful. At Universal studios, where Dell is currently working in “Tough As They Come,” he disclosed that he has taken over the management of “Big Boy” Buff, a light heavyweight fighter who hah been working out in the stable of once-famed Jim Jeffries. Buff is an airplane worker between fights.
Governor Olson Proclaims Waste Paper Shortage [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
Governor Olson Proclaims Waste Paper Shortage Governor Olson has proclaimed a waste paper shortage in California and is urging everyone to conserve paper for defense purposes. Realizing the importance of saving old newspapers for national defense, the American Legion has issued a. call to all citizens of Los Angeles county not to burn old papers or magazines. It is important that all these be sent to proper places to be used in national defense work. Call ANgfelus 8181, TRinity 6027 or SUnset 1-3257 and the American eLgion will pick up all old newspapers and magazines for the duration of the emergency.
John K. Alter Passes [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
John K. Alter Passes John K. Alter, 94, retired farmer who lived at 469 North Ave. 52, died Saturday, Dec. 20, at a’ local rest home. Funeral services were conducted on Tuesday, Dec. 23rd with Rev. Stanley Jacobson, officiating-. The body of Mr. Alter was forwarded to Danville, lowa, for burial. Mr. Alter had lived in Highland Park fifteen years. He is survived by a son, C. H. Alter, Danville, and a sister, Mrs. Cora of Los Angeles.
Free Courses At Abraham Lincoln Hi [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
Free Courses At Abraham Lincoln Hi “With tuition, books, and equipment 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. Further information may be obtained by addressing inquiries to Mrs. Rose L. Moore or by telephoning PLeasant 13001 after 5 o’clock.
PREPARE CAR TO LAST 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
PREPARE CAR TO LAST 1 Because most automobile fac- , torles are now busy with defense production, the replacement of damaged or worn automobile parts may be definitely delayed, warns the Automobile Club of Southern California. Now is the time to prepare your car for lasting service. Do your part for Defense by having your automobile inspdmdj regularly for economy and sa!fety.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
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Some of the Voices That Keep Us Informed of the Ghastly Progress of War [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
Some of the Voices That Keep Us Informed of the Ghastly Progress of War Bob Trout’s long radio career is highlighted by his coverage of headline news. But this master of ad-lib is now on his greatest assignment, replacing Edward R. Murrow in London. Columbia’s erstwhile “presidential announcer,” John Daly, now holds down an important post as CBS news reporter In network world headquarters at New York. Minneapolis - born Harrison Ford Wilkins left brilliant newspaper career in TJ. S. to take editor post on Shanghai paper. Although news editor of the Manila Bulletin he manages to turn in consistently craftsmanlike job of microphone reporting from that Pacific capital for CBS listeners. Analytical teamwork penetrates communiques, rumor, propaganda. The net result always is an incisive appraisal of Second World War development when Elmer Davis and Major George Fielding Eliot plow into reports. Their respective spheres as news and military analysts dovetail perfectly, providing a compreh...