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Transportation To Be Furnished To Blood Donor Group [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 February 1942
Transportation To Be Furnished To Blood Donor Group There’s a little service every citizen in good health can do, a little service which may in the end save a life. Give blood. Out in the Western section of the city the Red Cross have established a headquarters for blood donations, where doctors and nurses are ready to take the offered blood have it prepared and “banked” against the day of need. And when that need comes how desperate it is. Such a little thing to do, against the tremendous thing we ask our boys to do. In a way it is an exchange. Our soldiers fighting on the active fronts are fighting to protect us, our blood may in its turn protect them. In order that citizens living in this district may reach the headquarters of the blood donors more easily a group will be arranged for Wednesday, February 11. Transportation will be furnished, leaving from Verdugo Playground, 3880 Verdugo road, at 1 p.m. Will all who wish to offer this service to their nation please telephone their ...
Arnold Leininger In Another Victory For Mystery Nine [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 February 1942
Arnold Leininger In Another Victory For Mystery Nine Fairy tale? No, sir. It’s the truth. Arnold Leninger, on a ten hour leave from Fort Ord, climbed into his baseball uniform and pitched another victory game for the Verdugo Mystery Nine last Sunday. With that spirit among its players there isn’t any mytery as to why this team picked up the Northwest League championship. On Sunday February 15 they move on to the City Fnals. Meanwhile on Sunday February 8, the team will play some team selected for them at the Verdugo Playground at 2 p.m.
Plumbers Seek To Cinch Semi-Pro Title Sunday By CHRIS REDONDO [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 February 1942
Plumbers Seek To Cinch SemiPro Title Sunday By CHRIS REDONDO Southern California’s own “Little World Series” will reach its climax Sunday when the Rosabell Plumbers and Iron Workers, tied in the championship playoffs with one victory each, clash in the rubber game, scheduled for 2 o’clock on Rosabell field in South Pasadena. Highland Park’s Rosabell Plumbers deadlocked the series last Sunday by shutting out the Iron Workers 4 to 0 before 2500 semipro fans. SCHAFER SIZZLES Pitching calmly, only using his blazing fast ball when in tough spots, Tillie Schafer had little trouble turning back the erstwhile Iron Workers’ sluggers in easy fashion. The Rosabell southpaw allowed, three hits and won two cases of beverage for turning in the goose-egg performance against the visitors. Manager Casey Campbell’s experiment of removing Sonny Wilhelm at second base in favor of Dick Moreno worked. Young Moreno fielded brilliantly and drove in one of the four Rosabell runs with a line single in the ei...
MILESTONES ON HIS MARCH TO MOVIESTOWN [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 February 1942
MILESTONES ON HIS MARCH TO MOVIESTOWN . (JAMES CAGNEY,'- was quite as definitely deterWiifted'ld geiwhat he wanted L_ in the days when his mother was tricking hlm out ln'.frills and furbelows and faking him'-for,' a ride on Avenue 0 with all the 'neighbor.women 5 exclaiming",at | jfhe fine husky man he's grow to be, God willing as he is* now. with two homes, I a yacht,'; and j fame [that anyone might 'envy. ‘ Infthe' second picture he is seen looming above his two brothers, with a protective hand on the shoulder of each. ‘One of I them* isfnow 5 a &lt; medical - doctor, one? a,'motion ? picture i producer. Numberjthree was at about the time that he had his own newspaper or on his way to the Sun tor a job. His baseball picture shows him in the period, when he was attending art school, determined to be an illustrator. And last of, all is the Jim Cagney of today aggressive, likeable, studious,' favorite of myriads of fans. He is starred in Warners'/'Captains of the Clouds," a s...
Nation-Wide Speed Limit of 40 Miles An Hour Is Urged [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 February 1942
Nation-Wide Speed Limit of 40 Miles An Hour Is Urged A nation-wide speedometer “ceiling” of 40 miles an hoqr! In a letter directed to President Roosevelt, the Automobile Club of Southern California has appealed to the Chief Executive for an official proclamation establishing this limit during the wartime emergency. The letter, written by Harry J. Bauer, president of the Automobile Club, stated that “the establishment of a uniform national speed limit throughout the United States during the present emergency would appeal to the senses of fairness and patriotism of all motorists, and would be observed,”
Helen Mellinkoff To Address Next Ebell Club Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 February 1942
Helen Mellinkoff To Address Next Ebell Club Meeting Mrs. Helen Mellinkoff will address the Highland Park Ebell, next Tuesday, February 10, It being Public Affairs Day, Mrs. George B. D- .little will preside. Mrs. Mellinkoff will bring the club first hand information as to conditions at Whittier school. She was appointed by Governor Olson as a member of the committee who investigated the state of affairs. As this is a disputatious subject, the speaker will be glad of questions from members. Mrs. Harry L. Stroh, leader of open forum usually heard on public affairs day will give her time to Mrs. Mellinkoff. Mrs. Doolittle has also arranged a program by the children of the Neighborhood School of Music. In the afternoon the Literature section, with Mrs. O. S. Henssgen, curator, will present, Mrs. H. A. Bayless, chairman of literature of the Los Angeles District. Mrs. Alice L. Teall and Mrs. W. A. Maitland, chairmen of ways and means and their February committee are making plans for a Com...
Technocrats To Show Two Unusual Motion Pictures Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 February 1942
Technocrats To Show Two Unusual Motion Pictures Tonight Tonight at 8 p.m. the local Technocracy Section, 11834-1, will present two motion pictures at its headquarters, 2666 Pasadena Avenue, for the entertainment of the members and friends of Technocracy. “King Cotton” is a scientific treat, showing how cotton is used for fabrics, lacquers, plastics, and now, even for modern highways. The second “Singing Wheels,” illustrates how dependent we are for the necessities of life upon the great highway system which has developed in America in a few short years. Both films were produced by the General Motors Corp. There will be no charge. The public is welcome. Safety advice to prevent automobile accidents is a lot like medicine. You have to take it before it does any good.
Allocation Funds Discussed By Budget Committee [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 February 1942
Allocation Funds Discussed By Budget Committee Stewards of the public's contributions of $2,715,000 to the Community Chest for health and welfare work in the city, members of the volunteer Budget Committee met recently with representatives of agencies to discuss allocation of the fund. Eighty business and professional leaders devote time throughout the year to the “study of facts, trends in welfare work, services, needs of the community, that every Chest dollar may be spent to the best advantage to preserve human values and health and morale on the home front,’’ it was stated by Budget Chairman W. C. Fostvedt, an executive of Citizens National Bank. Acting on 17 suh-committees dealing with agencies providing child care, family and adult services, youth organizations, 'hospitals, and clinics, the volunteers determine allocations for 88 agencies. Their recommendations are passed upon by the board of directors of Community. .Welfare Federation. John M. Gault, 5148 Mt. Royal Drive; T. M...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 February 1942
Feeling Wearyf Then pick out a good show at one of these popular theatres and go tonight, or as soon as you can, and get a refreshing mental showerbath. You’ll find it the best pick-me-up to he had. 5312 Jbrk Blvd. "Always a Crowd" "WE STILL GIVE THE MOST FOR THE MONEY" Open 5 icni. to 8 p.m. Owl Shows Sat. Night the place Now Playing Bob Hope in Color Hit “LOUISIANA PURCHASE” Nelson Eddy—Rise Stevens “CHOCOLATE SOLDIER” Free Auto Park Now Playing Claudette Colbert John Payne “REMEMBER THE DAY” Greta Garbo Melvyn Douglas “TWO FACED WOMAN” STARLAND Adults Battle of the Bands j?624 NO HR lull WAY RHONE Now Playing Tierney—Cabot “Sundown” Sensational ‘Lady Scarfaoc” mm Here's Quality When it comes to highballs an cocktails . . . we're might fussy . . . we know you can 1 make good ones that really hi the spot without using goo liquors. You’ll find all the to grade labels here, and what’ inside is never a disappoint ment. The TOPS Cafe 5913 N. Figueroa St. franklin 5502 N. Figueroa AL. 1...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 February 1942
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 February 1942
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 February 1942
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How's Your Health? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 February 1942
How's Your Health? B y Dr. Roy D. Kohl Most people who have the misfortune to have a hernia speak of it as a rupture. Many people go for years wearing an illfitting truss in an attempt to work without having the herina (repaired surgically when it first appeared, as it should have been. It is true that there are failures in operations for the repair of hernia, but these failures can be accounted for by; (1) Delay in the operation beyond the time when best results could have been obtained. (2) Infections. (3) Too early resumption of physical activities. (4) Failure of the operators methods and .materials. Hernia is one of the causes of rejection for employment in large concerns where industrial accident insurance rates are governed by the disabilities credited to the employment. In order for many men to obtain employment, they must have a hernia repaired. No one should wear, a truss where the truss does not support the hernirf at all times, or where the hernia is not reducible. A tru...
P.-T.A. Group To Hear Hi-SchooT Principal, Gaulet [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 February 1942
P.-T.A. Group To Hear Hi-Schoo T Principal, Gaulet The regular monthly meeting- of the Monte Vista P.-T.A. will be held February 10 at 2:00 p.m. Mr. Frank X. Gaulet, principal of Gardena High School, will speak on “Education in Defense.” meeting is Founders’ Day and' all past presidents of Monte Vista P.-T.A. will be honored. The dressmaking vdass which meets Friday under the direction ■of Mrs. Bruckshaw will begin a new term and new comers are invited to join the class.