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The Man At the Keyhole Br Operative WB [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
The Man At the Keyhole Br Operative WB The anticipated battle royal over the famous "hof cargo” bill may have been one of the unlisted casualties when the Japs bombed Pearl Harbor. With America pushing its war machine into high gear, labor boycotts—either primary or secondary—may be put under such a drastic ban by Uncle Sam that it will be difficult to whip up much interest in the act to prohibit secondary boycotts in California. Time will tell! Many of the younger members of the State Legislature, our operative reports, are getting ready to answer the call to the colors—so many, in fact, that the next session will probably find more new faces in Legislative halls than at any time since World War days. The effects of war on the business community are many and varied. Some businesses have been hard hit; others have boomed tremendously. Old Glory, for example, has achieved the greatest popularity in its history—and manufacturrs of American Flags are working day and night shifts in an ...
Many Places For Women Willing1 To Serve Their Country [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
Many Places For Women Willing 1 To Serve Their Country According to Randolph Van Nostrand. Coordinator of Public Information for the Los Angeles County Defense Council, any woman willing to serve her country can fild a place in national defense work wheer she can put her talents to their most efficient use. “Thousands o women have been training for various defense jobs for months,” Van Nostrand said, “and there is an untapped reserve of many more thousands whose services could be utilized in time of need.” Among organizations offering courses in various branches of civilian defense work, he named the Red 1 Cross Motor Corps, the California State Guard, the American Women’s Voluntary Services, the Air Raid Warning Service, the Frank Wiggins Trade School, the Women’s Ambulance and Defense Corps of America, and Women’s Ambulance and Transport Corps. “Among the courses offered through the facilities of these and several other similar organizations,” Van Nostrand said, “are first aid, cl...
Boulder Dam Closed To All Visitors [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
Boulder Dam Closed To All Visitors Due to the present emergency war restrictions, Boulder Dam will be closed to all visitors, according to the Outing Department of the National Automobile Club. Checking stations have been located two miles on either side of the dam. Cars are stopped and cars and occupants thoroughly inspected and if found to be satisfactory, they are then conveyed across the dam without stopping, to a point two miles beyond, there they are released from the convoy control. All sight-seeing and boat trips toward the Dam have been discontinued and only the boat trip to lower Grand Canyon is operating. Hollywood’s top-ranking Turkish actor, Turhan Bey, has been signed for a featured role in Universal's “Drums of the Congo.”
How’s Your Health? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
How’s Your Health? By Dr. Roy D. Kohl Many people have an idea that they want a specialist, particularly if their doctor must tell them that a given condition is malignant or likely to prove fatal. Your doctor attempts to have at his finger tips the means to arrive at a correct diagnosis and the knowledge of what constitutes proper treatment. In order to treat anyone for a serious ailment requiring extensive procedures and great expense, it is necessary to have their intelligent cooperation, for that reason your doctor believes that a statement of fact to the patient is desirable. The hush, hush method of dealing with sick people usually attempted by ill-advised relatives, constluttes one of the difficult problems of your doctor’s everyday life. Your doctor attempts to treat men and women as such, but frequently finds that he is dealing with children.
Motorcyclists Seek Volunteers To Aid In Emergency [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
Motorcyclists Seek Volunteers To Aid In Emergency The American motorcycle association has informed Sheriff E. W. Bisoailuz, chairman of the Los Angeles county defense council, that they are desirous of listing volunteers among motorcycle riders who wish to donate their services and equipment for the purpose of carrying messages, carrying Red Cross supplies, and possibly assisting in diversion of traffic in emergencies. Volunteers should send their names, addresses, normal working hours, type of equipment, and day and night telephone numbers to Chet Billings, 906 Bendix Building Los Angeles, the Western Representative of the American motorcycle association.
Free Courses Offered In Engineering [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
Free Courses Offered In Engineering To help meet increased needs for trained personnel in defense industries, the California Institute of Technolqgy is scheduling three tuition-free courses in the field of electrical enginering. Given as part of the defense training program sponsored by the U. S. Office of Education, these courses will meet evenings, beginning about the middle of January, for a period of ten to twelve weeks. This work will be of college level. In general, training in engineering or science, or its equivalent in practical experience, is prerequisite for admission.
CALIFORNIA SPEAKS! Significant Statements by Interesting Californians [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
CALIFORNIA SPEAKS! Significant Statements by Interesting Californians GEORGE CUKOR, director of “Two-Faced Woman” — "Told to direct Garbo, I said to myself: ‘After all, she has two arms, two legs, eyes, nose and mouth, and besides, she wasn’t bom In Buckingham Palace’. So I cured my fear of her aloofness—and we did okay.” LIEUT. COM. EDWIN H. WALTER, Naval Aviation Cadet Selection Board — “No other nation’s navy is our first line of defense, now. Our Navy is that first line in both oceans—and what a line! And our flying cadets are the best material for the toughest team in this man’s world.” MRS. FREDERICK EVANS, Vallejo, widowed mother of Ensign Evan Evans, killed in action at Pearl Harbor “I’m awfully, awfully proud that I had a son in the United States Navy. He had a job to do. He was doing what he was supposed to do and I’m proud of him.” MISS ONTONIA BELL, teacher from London, in S. F. “I made myself a dress out of a bedspread. It’s the fashion now to be shabby. It’s almost lik...
Membership Open In Volunteer Reserve [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
Membership Open In Volunteer Reserve Membership in the Volunteer Reserve Corps of the American Red Cross is now open to both men and women. 18 years of age and over, it was announced today. Applicants must be in good physical condition and be able to furnish character references. Membership fees are ?2, which includes manual, collar pins, service awards and a monthly paper. Annual dues are 50 cents. Members giving 100 hours or more service per calendar year, for five consecutive years, will be eligible for a National Red Cross Honorable Service Medal. Officers of the Volunteer Reserve Corps are as follows: A 1 C, Gordon, commander-in-chief: John K. Ford, executive office: Stella Bodejt, personnel; Edward Hitchcock, supplies; 'Jack Beaman, public relations; Willis Wood, chief dispatcher; Dorothy Wagner, assistant dispatcher: Louis Adair, log clerk.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
**€&amp;€'S TO 19H2 A &amp; Our wish is simple but sincere ... a New Year that brings you a full measure of happiness and prosperity. Si iyear l . MAY HEALTH, GOOD CHEER, HAPPINESS Be Yours through The New Year DR. ROY D. KOHL E. J. GRAU PLUMBER 3814 N. Figueroa St. and DR. B. SCHWARTZ 5224 NO. FIGUEROA ST. AL. 4201 euCOME TO OUR MANY FRIENDS OUR CUSTOMERS You Have All Been Swell Cn- £=? “Thanks A Lot” IP 8 WE WISH YOU ALL A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR THE EDWARDS NURSERY 5530 MONTE VISTA ST. T, S. * We wish you the flowering of all your hopes, the best wishes for a Prosperous New Year. WALCHA’S BAKERY A SV A Prosperous 1942 Bringing You NEW JOY Is Our Wish For You This SEASON WEL-DON 5629 V: N. Figueroa St. SPECIAL CHRISTMAS CAKES AND COOKIES! Upholstering Go. 5237-39 N. Figueroa St. Best Wishes to Our Patrons and Friends for a Happy and Peaceful New Year Bill Pringle PROP. W. P. FULLER &amp; CO. PAINT STORE 5823 North Figueroa Street n i 58 H -- A HAPPY N...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
WAR NEEDS MONEY!—It will cost money to defeat Japan. Your Government calls on YOU to help NOW. Buy defense bonds or stamps today. Buy them every day, if you can. But buy them on a regular basis. happq Ncui Hear HEALTH - HAPPINESS and GOOD CHEER IS OUR WISH TO YOU GARYANZA PHARMACY “THE STORE OF THE GOLDEN RULE” 6401 PASADENA AVE. (W (C. To thank you for your good will and patronage. To wish you Happiness and Prosperity. During the New Year BURTON’S Shop for Men and Boys ALbany W79 5015 York Blvd. GR«nn cs THIS IS OUR SINCERE WISH FOR YOUR YOU May Your Every Wish Come True in the New Year YORK BEAUTY SALON 4949 York Blvd. CL. 61158 It’s been our job to keep you “rolling merrily along.” It was a pleasure and to our patrons and friends we wish a Very Happy New Year 808 SNYDER &amp; SON GARAGE 5141 York CL, 69286 Greetings To Our Patrons ... vou \l New Year's Dinner Served Ail Day Jan. 1 EDDIE’S HIGHLAND CAFE AL. 8495 5916 No. Figueroa St. Invest Your Savings With Highland Park’...
OBITUARIES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
OBITUARIES CLARK Funeral services for Richard M. Clark were held at Cresse’s Highland Park Chapel December Bth with interment following in Forest Lawn Cemetery. Mr. Clark, whose home was at 1051 Dexter Street, was 55 years of pge and a native of Kentucky having lived in this community for 25 years. Ho leaves his wife. Mrs. Ida F. Clark MANNELL Funeral services for Samuel J. Mannell. of 5922% North Figueroa Street, were held at Cresse’s Highland Park Chapel December 19th with Reverend Alden Lee Hill officiating. The interment was in Valhalla Memorial Park, Mr. Manell was 63 years of age and was born in Jefferson ville, Indiana, having lived in this community for a good many years. His survivors are his wife. Mrs. Margaret Mannell. a son. Sgt. R. Mannell. a granddaughter. Mary, and a sister, Mrs. J. B. Bailett. WIGGENHORN Funeral services for Hilmar R. Wlggenhorn were held at Cresse’s Highland Park Chapel December 20th with Reverend Edwin Moss officiating. Mr. Wlggenhorn had lived In ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
KILL TWO BIRDS WITH ONE STONE Cover All of Highland Park and Classed Park ANNANDALE METHODIST 7131 North Figueroa St. McKinley Walker. Pastor 9:30 a.m.—Church 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 Fourth Churcn 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 Yerdugo Road The Rev. W. E. Craig, Jr., Vicar 7:30 Holy Communion. 9:30 Choral Eucharist. v 7:00 p.m. Young People’s Fellowship. . . 9:30 a.m. Saturday—Church school. GARVANZA METHODIST CHURCH Ave. 65 and Pasadena Ave. Rev. Roy D. Ford, Pastor 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.—Morning Worship. Sermon. 6;30 p.m.—Evening Service. GLASSELL PARK BAPTIST Eagle Rock Blvd., W...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
FOR BIGGEST RESULTS AT SMALLEST COST USE POST-DISPATCH CLASSIFIED ADS Public Notices I—Personals TeMPLiToF 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 ALbany 9598 Res. CL. 63292 NEED reas. priced wash, machine ox sewing mach. CL. 6-5905. HAVE YOUR SHOES Repaired. Dyed, lengthened &amp; widened at POELKES, since 1919. 6320 Pasadena avenue. 6 —Losl &amp; Found BROWNISH-black white wire haired dog, near 50th and Baltimore. Reward. 5510 Baltimore. AL. 8017. 10—Instruction PIANO WESSONS Modern or Classical. Reasonable Rates. AL-0383 Employment 12—Help Wanted '^carrSrboy^waoted Over 14 years, with blcyvle, for TIMES routes. Should live north of York Blvd. in Highland Park. Must be ambitious. See Mr. Day, 5159 Hartwick St., Eagle Rock. CL-6-6603. Bill Passers Wanted! Men to distribute hand bills and newspapers, house to house. UNION RATE PAID. KELL...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
Business Service 23 —Upholstering (Continued) "THE HARDYS" Distinctive Upholstering "RECOVER AND SAVE 50 %" Time Payments If Desired 4767 York Blvd. AL-2808 FRED'S UPHOLSTERING™ Repair, recover, remodel, reas. prices FRED W. DEMKE 5105 Monte Vista AL. 3977 Res. CA. 7437 25—Rug Cleaning SHAMPOO RUG &amp; UPHOLSTERV CLEANERS. CL-6-4329 ARTISTIC RUG CLEANERS We Clean and Recover Furniture 4574 No. Figueroa CA-3445 FOR BEST RESULTS Use POST-DISPATCH WANT ADS Phone AL-0193 For Sale 33 — Miscellaneous for Sale NEW 1941 ABC. Easy, Dexter. Maytag. Mola, Naxon, Thor. $26.50 up. New El. Port. Ironer. 3 neat, $24.95. Used washers and Ironers $5.00 up. Largest stock In N. E. Los Angeles. New washer and Ironer spec. $1.97 per mo. SHAUGHNESSY ELECTRIC 5905 N. Figueroa CL. 6-5878 5535 N. Figueroa AL. 5514 INCINERATORS AND BARBECUES Flagstone, stepping stones, bricks, barbecue grills and doors, trellis’, clothes poles. Sand, gravel and cement. Bird baths, etc. TELEPHONE CI-3-1040. CURRIER'S...