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The Man At the Keyhole By Operative WB [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942
The Man At the Keyhole By Operative WB The Olson administration, our spy advises, is in for a terrific shellacking from the Senate intermim committee investigating unemployment insurance. The Committee, headed by Senator Clarence C. Ward of Santa Barbara, has discovered that the law prohibits payment of unemployment insurance benefits to persons who voluntarily quit their jobs has been flagrantly violated. Congressional votes you are sure to hear about in the fall campaignsS V. — Refusal to fortify Guam- B. —Refusal to premit FBI to tap wires in case of espionage, sabotage, etc. Others may brag about the fapt that State Government s» now on a cash basis, but the fellow who did most to bring it about is Fred E. Stewart, energetic member of the State Board of Equalization, who has had surprisingly little to say about it. Mr. Stewart has been back in Washington, lobbying (and successfully) to insure collection of the State sales tax on national defense contracts. And he’s made it stick...
CALIFORNIA SPEAKS! Significant Statements by Interesting Californians [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942
CALIFORNIA SPEAKS! Significant Statements by Interesting Californians “LONG ANDY,” noted tatoo artist, husband of professional tatooed lady—"Like so many, my wife got a notion to have her social security number tatooed on her. Fnally I put the number on her ankle. Ther? wasn’t no extra space.” JUDGE VERNE ROUNDER, Pittsburg, sentencing tire thief to 150 days in jail—“As far as I am concerned, tire theft is worse than the theft of money. One can obtain more money, but one cannot get more tires.” RAY LYMAN WILBUR, Stanford president—“ This war must be final or we will have a world in which human beings will live in such terror that life would hardly be worth while.” HARRY LUNDEBURG, pres., Sailors Union of the Pacific charging fund-accounting suit against him was inspired by Harry Bridges —“I am a realist and lam always right. Hitler will fall in the spring of ’43. When Hitler collapses, Japan will collapse, and Italy—already seeking peace—will make peace.”
Mrs. Mildred Keeler Recipient Of Life Membership [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942
Mrs. Mildred Keeler Recipient Of Life Membership Mrs. Mildred Keeler was the recipient of the honorary life membership presented by the Buchanan Parent-Teacher Association at the Founders ay meeting February 11, in recognition of her nine years of faithful service to the organization. It was prsented by Mrs. Grace Trerise, president. Mrs. Jessie Miles Lewis, Art Supervisor of the Los Angeles City Schools, guest speaker, displayed art work done by pupils of the public schools from kindergarten on up through high school, and spoke of the necessity of encouraging art among the very young children by praising their early ecorts. Hbnored guests at the meeting were the past presidents of the P.T.A., and past recipients of Life Memberships. Those so honored were: Mrs. Harry Collins, Mrs. P. M. King, Mrs. A. Humphries, Mrs. Hazel Rader, Mrs. Louise Brunner, Mrs/ Margaret Parsons, Mrs. Elsie DeSaulniers, and Mrs. Gwen Gibb. Each wes presented with a beautiful corsage.
Merit Certificates Given to Washing-ton Irving- Graduates [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942
Merit Certificates Given to Washing-ton Irving- Graduates There were many certificates of merit presented to Washington Irving graduates for their work in school service. Those who received the awards as captains of the different branches were: Patricia O’Dell, hall service; Alfred Croce, gates and grounds; Bob Vick, off-grounds; Marvin Marris, library service; Jaree Wagner, girls’ gym service; David Nancarrow, bicycle corps; Marvin Mitchelson, bus transportation; Pat Herman, girls’ court; Harold Lang boys’ court; and Don Park, ushers.
Technocracy, Inc. Schedules Lecture For Next Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942
Technocracy, Inc. Schedules Lecture For Next Tuesday “Technocracy and Defense” will be the subject of a free lecture to be give next Tuesday evening, February 24, at Section 1, R.D.11834, 2666 Pasadena Ave., by Claude K. Heck, authorized speaker for the organization. America must organize and execute swiftly and efficiently. We, the citizens of this country, must immediately install a designed strategy of total war or face disaster. We invite all those interested to come and hear Heck explain Technocracy’s defense program for the entire North American continent,” states Leslie D, Barnett, Director of the local Section.
Garvanza P.-T.A. Will Celebrate Founders’ Day [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942
Garvanza P.-T.A. Will Celebrate Founders’ Day Founders’ Day will be celebrated by Garvanza P.-T.A., Tuesday, February 19, at 2 p.m. Mrs. R. E. McNamara, president will preside at the meeting. Mrs. Frank Schaefer, a former Garvanza P.-T.A. president, will be guest speaker. Pupils of Miss Tarr’s and Mrs. Faff's rooms will present several numbers on the, program. Miss Yunkes will direct the community singing with Mrs. Jane Millikan accompanying. Other former P.-T.A. presidents will be introduced. Hostesses for the day will be room mothers of Miss Clark’s and Miss Yunkes’ rooms; The paper drive announced in an earlier edition will be held for two days, February 19 to 20.
Legion Auxiliary To Meet This Evening [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942
Legion Auxiliary To Meet This Evening The regular monthly pot-luck luncheon of the Highland Park Legion Auxiliary will not be held today, Thursday, February 19, be, cause of a change in the bylaws. In its place an evening meeting well be held at 8:00 p.m. in the Legion Clubhouse and hereafter meetings of the unit will be held the first and third Thursdays of each month at 8:00 p.m. Mrs. Vida M. Davis, Rehabilitation Chairman of 20th District was a visitor of the last regular meeting. Other visitors were Jean Bittie, Griffith Park 353, Clara Arnold, Lincoln Heights 393, and Bill Davis, Hollywood Squadron 43. It was announced at this time that the unit had purchased one $lOO Defense Bond and that more than twelve members were now working under "Pop” Lewis as Air Raid Observers.
To Hold Revival [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942
To Hold Revival An Old-Fashioned Revival meeting will begin at the Glassell Park Nazarene Church next Sunday morning. The public is invited and urged to attend these meetings each evening at 7:30 except Saturdays. Ralph and Mildred Wynkoop are well-known in this community. Those who have heard them will want to hear them again, and those-who do not know them will be edelighted to get acquainted with them and hear them sing and preach. We are expecting a feast of Good things and we should like to share them with you. Tell your neighbors about these meetings. Come and bring a friend. We’ll be looking for you. A slip of of the lip may sink a ship. RALPH AND MILDRED WYNKOOP
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942
Freddie's Cafe 5312 York Blvd. "Always a Crowd' "WE STILL GIVE THE MOST FOR THE MONEY" Open 5 a. m. to 8 p.m. Victory BOND NIGHT FRIDAY—FEB. 20 The Fox West Coasr Theatre the place to go HIGHLAND Come Early Doors Open 5:00 Heddy Lamar Robert Young Ruth Hussey “H. M. PULHAM, ESQ.” Kay Kyser—John Barrymore “PLAYMATES” ' a d d n v n 3?36 north riGuiß ° A H It It U I U CA 883 1 HU! »RH . Come Early Doors Open 4:30 "HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY" ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT’ Humphry Bogart—Conrad Veidt TARLAND Adults IV I inc. Tax .2624 NO BROADWAY PHONE CA 8090 Come Early!! '“TEXAS” Bogart—Astor “Maltese Falcon” Battle of the Bands Oppolar vs Coquettes o V*. Dir Here's Quality When it comes to highballs and cocktails . . . we’re mighty fussy . . . we know you can’t make good ones that really hit the spot without using good liquors. You’ll find all the top grade labels here, and what's inside is never a disappointment. The TOPS Cafe 5913 N. Figueroa SI. - RAN KLIN 5502 N. Figueroa AL. 1060 NOW!- END...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942
EAGLE 4884 Eagle Rock Blvd. at Yosemile Dr. AL-5189 Wed. to Sun Feb. 18-22 Frederick March—Martha Scott In “ONE FOOT IN HEAVEN” and Mary Martin—Fred McMurray in “NEW YORK TOWN” Cash-In Nite Friday and Tuesday Plus Jack Pot Mon. and Tues. Feb. 23-24 Constance Bennett—Jeffrey Lynn in “LAW OF THE TROPICS” and Albert Dicker—Frances Farmer In “AMONG THE LIVING” Every Monday Constance Bennett Cosmetics Free to Ladies
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942
TIRES NOW! Wholesale and Retail All Sizes WHILE THEY LAST GOOD USED TIRES AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES Tire Repairing: and Grooving ROMAC TIRE CO. 3383 Verdugo Rd. Body and Fender Work !✓ S» SPECIAL! COMPLETE MOTOR TUNE-UP $ | 50 Have Dents Removed and Fixed If you take a proper amount of pride In your car’s appearance, you won’t want it spoiled by the dents and cracks that are bound to happen. Let us put your car in first class shape. Cost is moderate, results excellent. Come in today for an estimate. AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE 3420 Verdugo Rd. CL. 69356
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942
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I How’s Your I Health? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942
I How’s Your I Health? By Dr. Roy D. Kohl People are living to be older. Not so many children are being bom, and fewer are dying in infancy and childhood. As a result greater numbers of those in the latter years of life are suffering from heart troubles, high blood pressure, kidney and bladder complaints, as well as troubles with their extermities. Your doctor's practice is gradually being changed; as a result a new specialty, the treatment and care of old age, is developing. These newer concepts of care are intended to give older people a better chance for a more comfortable and longer life. They call for measures often denied people of the same age in times gone by, because some son or daughter or other busybody took It upon himself to decide what was to be done. As a result, time, which was valuable if successful treatment was to be used, was lost. As the public becomes better educated to the more complete and adequate care for their aged, more people will die of old' age than of...
Final Appeal For Blood Donors In Glassell Park Area [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942
Final Appeal For Blood Donors In Glassell Park Area With only a few more days left in which to sign up for blood donIng with the local group registered at the Red Cross Center for Feb. 24, citizens who desire to offer this service are reminded to call CL. 69383 and leave their names and addresses and telephone numbers. The local quota is almost filled for this particular date but arrangements will be made for those beyond the required number. Save a life. That is the privilege practically assured every citizen who donates. It is a privilege given to everyone who is in normal health. Save a life. Perhans the blood you donate may be the sort that will be needed by the son of your neighbor, or your neighbor, for the blood bank is used by the Red Cross in civilian defense as well as for military need. Sign now.
Delevan Drive P.-T.A. In Special Program For Founders’ Day [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942
Delevan Drive P.-T.A. In Special Program For Founders’ Day On Thursday, Feb. 19, Delevan Drive Parent-Teacher Association will observe Founders’ Day with a special program to be presented in the school bungalow at 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Wm. Thost, presiding. Highlights of the program will be a candlelighting ceremony and a talk on the principles on which our C.C.P.T. was founded, by Mrs. Daniel J. Dailey, 6th vice-presi-dent and director of the Home Service department of Tenth District. Past presidents of the Delevan Drive P.-T.A. will be honored at this time. Also present will be a sneaker from the Speaker’s Bureau of the Los Angeles Defense Council, who will provide complete detailed Information to the members with regard to the practices ant proceedures to be followed in Civilian Defense activiites. Red Cross sewing classes are now being held every Wednesday from 10 a.m. to two p.m. in the bungalow, and all Delevan Drive P.-T.A. members and friends are urged to attend. Your help is need...
Buchanan P.-T.A. To Sponsor Dads And Sons Banquet [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 February 1942
Buchanan P.-T.A. To Sponsor Dads And Sons Banquet The annual Fathers and Sons banquet sponsored by the Buchanan P.-T.A. will take place on February 27, Friday at 6 p.m. Members of the P.-T.A. board .will cook and serve a delicious dinner, and Mr. Lyle Baldridge, Men’s Membership chairfnan is planning a splendid program which will be presented during dinner. It will be a evening of delightful companionship for every dad and son in attendance, with fun and favors for all. Tickets will be on sale at school, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, February 23, 24, and 25, and will be priced at 50 cents for Fathers, 25 cents for Sons.