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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

m m # s n A AMERICA CAN DO ANYTHING BUI REMEMBER! It isn’t that we as a nation suffer from amnesia, but America’s in a hurry. We’ve always been in a hurry. America is the one nation that “has no time.” And it’s so easy to forget. It’s human nature to forget. Stay out of the papers for a year, and you’re an also-ran. Die—and you’re forgotten before Autumn browns the leaves. It isn’t that America wants to forget, but there is so much of great import to remember. At present the headlines blind her. The world is changing before out eyes. The Four Horsemen ride again. From around the globe the cries of anguished millions echo in our ears. Extra! Extra! Extra! hawk the newsboys. “Strange” planes nearing the city!! “Practice Drill” says the next edition. A Ship Goes Down! The Lines Are Dented! The LINES ARE HOLDING! Relief Has Come! Attack! Repulse! COUNTER-ATTACK! TIME . . . Time . . . Time! Bataan Peninsula . . . Corregidor . . . MacARTHUR . . . Planes . . . Rubber . . . Tin . . . Calcut...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

HOUSE CLEANING Five Floors Waxed $3.50 Kitchen Cleaned $2.50 Windows 10c Du Pont Service AL-5875 CL-7-2440 Evenings CE-7-42G6 A Friendly Chap May Tell a Jap CUT RATE DRUGSTORES LAST 3 DAYS! "SEE WHAT YOU SAVE" COUPON SALE ENDS SATURDAY, MARCH 21s* Buy all your needs at your neighborhood Mid-City Drug Store. Save your tires. See what you save! Cosray FAMOUS TOILETRIES 50c Lotion 50c Shampoo '% $1 Cleansing Cream • $1 Face Powder Each This Pencil Made to Sell for $l.OO EVER FEED REPEATING PENCILS With 6 months supply of Leads. Choice of black or pearl finish . . with clip and ser. Co m. 10c Value - Pair play Socks „ „ Sacks ln° Ankle and Cotto Sobby SOX styles 2 PMR 5* vYldVTter March 0 21 A K Value Knrley Hew Newly Designed Bedutiful 4-Piece HOSTESS FRUIT or SALAD SET With lOVa" crystal glass bowl mounted on a sparkling chromium base. Set complete with 2{ walnut finish wood handle salad servers. This set is ideal as a fruit bowl, for mixing, for ice cubes, salad or serving punch. r ....

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 19 March 1942

A Friendly Chap May Tell a Jap REPAIRING Men's Half Soles & Heels $l.OO 3-Day Special Women's Mali Soles & Heels 75* NICK'S SHOE REPAIR SHOP First Class Up-to-date Work 5718 YORK BLVD.

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

HIGHLAND PARK GLASSELL PARK SAGAMORE PARK CYPRESS PARK MOUNT WASHINGTON FxsiflßpDisnalch 5123 Yorkßlvd. A Friendly, Neighborly Newspaper Sincerely Devoted to the Best Interests of These Communities VOLUME VL— -NUMBER 28. LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, MARCH 26, 1942 Albany 0193 FIVE CENTS A COPY

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The Sage Says: [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

The Sage Says: By CLYDE BROWNE The above presumptuous title represents the opinion of the publisher of this paper, and not the writer of this column, who holds that modesty Is a virtue that should prevail In any Itinerant scribbllngs. A story from Salt Lake is to the effect that 3000 wild deer have been driven into the city by the deep snow in the mountains. Residents called up the police and complained that the interlopers were browsing on their shrubbery. They were told that the idea was to protect deer from -humans, not humans from deer. A cougar and numerous bob cats Were also among the visitors. Imagine the consternation of the champion alley cats when those tough A 1 Capone gangsters from the wide open spaces invaded their peaceful wards. * * • The deer story reminds me of a tale a neighbor told some years ago. A couple of them went hunting rabbits on the desert. Poor luck pursued them. Rabbits were not in their usual haunts. Returning late at night through a town (maybe Palmd...

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Board Refuses Increase Increase In Fares Denied By Railroad Commission Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

Board Refuses Increase Increase In Fares Denied By Railroad Commission Tuesday Immediate increases in passenger fares, sought by the Pacific Electric Railway, were denied this week by the State Railroad Commission upon the finding that the company “appears to have under-estimated traffic increases expected during the next few months.” A general application for increase in rates is still before the commission, but further study will be made before a ruling is issued. Increases Sought The Pacific Electric sought to increase rates on interurban lines from 10 to 50 per cent and asked an increase of 40 per cent on fares in the basic local zones in the Los Angeles area. The application set forth that wage increases granted last year and higher material cost this year would bring about a deficit of $2,385,896 for 1942 unless the increases were permitted and that even with higher rates the deficit would approximate $l,500,000. In its ruling, announced in San Francisco, the commission set fo...

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James Swanstrom New Manager Of Fox Highland [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

James Swanstrom New Manager Of Fox Highland James Swanstrom took up his duties this week as manager of the Fox Highland theatre to replace Louis Vega who has been transferred to the Fox Rosemary theatre at Ocean Park, Calif. Swanstrom recently rounded out ten year’s of show business to his credit, and comes to the Fox Highland with a complete knowledge of how to please his patrons. With his wife he has taken up residence in Highland Park and is already a booster for this section.

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Free Lecture At Christian Science Church Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

Free Lecture At Christian Science Church Tonight The Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist, Los Angeles, Calif., announces a free lecture on Christian Science by Lucia C. Coulson, C.5.8., of London, England, a member of % the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass., to be delivered in the church edifice, corner North Figueroa and Avenue 52, this evening, March 26, 1942, at 8 o’clock. The public is cordially invited to attend.

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Defense Meet Set For Friday Night [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

Defense Meet Set For Friday Night Plans lor another civilian defense mass meeting, to be held tomorrow evening, March 27, were completed this week by the Highland Park United Defense league, sponsors. The league is made up of representatives from some 40 local clubs and organizations. The meeting to which the public is invited—will be held in the American Legion clubhouse, 227 North Avenue 55, starting at 8 p.m. Among the speakers will be John R. Quinn, Los Angeles county assessor, who is expected to tell of the urgency of civilian defense planning at this time. Mrs. Gertrude Campbell, president of the league, will preside. Feature of the evening will be a question period .with people at the meeting to be asked to write out their questions and members of the league answering them.

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Coupon Sale On At Sally Ann Beauty Shop [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

Coupon Sale On At Sally Ann Beauty Shop It’s Sally Ann’s annual coupon sale, according to a special announcement contained on page three of this issue of the Post-Dispatch. “It’s an opportunity for Highland Park women to make unusual savings,” declared Melvin J. Oster, geheral manager of the seven flourishing Sally Ann Beauty shops, the local branch of which is located at 5603% No. Figueroa Street. Oster claims that this year's values will be more than welcome than ever with costs so rapidly rising, in addition to the fact that this coupon event has been scheduled just' before Easter.

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Glassell Park Business Men Set Date For Dinner [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

Glassell Park Business Men Set Date For Dinner Glassell Park’s Business Men have set Thursday evening, April 2nd for their meeting and dinner at which time Mr. A. G. Dollar of the Defense Council will speak on how a business group can assist in our vital defense work. We all want to do our bit and here is some first hand information as to how we can fit into the defense work. All businessmen of Glassell Park and their wives are invited and if you have not received your invitation a call to Mr. Heinz, secretary, at CL-6-3383, to Mr. Rauen CL-6-9324 or Mr. King CL-6-2226 will get the invitation to you. There is no charge for the dinner and an interesting evening is assured you.

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Refuses To Name Sponsors George Knox Rolh Refuses To Tell Who Pays For Radio [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

Refuses To Name Sponsors George Knox Rolh Refuses To Tell Who Pays For Radio In a day of highly revealing and, at times, bizarre testimony, the Assembly un-American activities investigating committee here this week heard: 1. A refusal by George Knox Roth to tell names of Americanborn Japanese who contributed to his "Public Affairs Committee” radio broadcasts. (The in- vestigating committee voted to ask the city prosecutor to draw a charge of contempt against him.) 2. Testimony by Togo Tanaka, American-born English section editor of ‘‘Rafu Shimpo,” L. A. Japanese Daily News, that the Japanese Consulate here played a major part in spreading propaganda, and that the Tokyo gov•erriment endeavored to spread its influence and power into the lives and businesses of all local Japanese. 3. A declaration by Mrs. Fern Ruth Lewis of San Bernardino that, as a member of “Mankind United,” she was told of plans for “international sabotage of the war effort” and a plan for its members to store food ...

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San Pascua! Folks To See War Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

San Pascua! Folks To See War Pictures All residents in the San Pascual school area are urged to attend free moving pictures which are to be shown tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium of the school at 815 San Pascual Avenue. The pictures to be shown are "London Fire Raids,” made by the British government; “War and Order,” by the British government; “Fighting the Fire Bomb,” with a speaker from the fire department; "Women in Defense,” by the United States government, and "Safeguarding Military Secrets," by the United States government. There will be a social half-hour following the program and refreshments will be furnished by ladies of the neighborhood, and served by the San Pascual P.T.A. This is a community effort to obtain vital information, and is sponsored by the San Pascual Valley Improvement association, with the assistance of the San Pascual P.-T.A-, and the air raid wardens. Those who attend will have an opportunity to meet the precinct wardens. Sergeant L. L. Mitch...

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Navy Wives and Mothers to Form Social Club [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

Navy Wives and Mothers to Form Social Club Wives and mothers of men in the United States Navy this week have been invited in the interest of organizing to contact two local women a special group here in Highland Park. All who are interested in forming a navy wives and mothers organization are invited to call Mrs. E. E. Turney;' CLeveland 6-2876, or Mrs. L. E. Balding, CLeveland 7-2774. If sufficient interest is found in such a group, it will be organized, according to Mrs. Turney. Both Mrs. Turney ana Mrs. Balding have sons in the navy.

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Dolly Madison Showing Unusual Easter Millinery [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

Dolly Madison Showing Unusual Easter Millinery Destined to command the attention of Easter shoppers are the values now being offered by the Dolly Madison millinery and dress shop, located at 5612 No. Figueroa street. “We weren’t sure until they actually came into the store, that we’d be fortunate enough to get the order through for such a smart line of hats and dresses for Easter shopping,” Joseph Dobell, manager of the group of Dolly Madison millinery and dress shops declared yesterday as he proudly displayed a wide assortment of hats and dresses that defy comparison in style and price. Included in the vast stock now being shown by Dolly Madison is a clever assortment of Easter hats from New York and Hollywood with price tags that start at one dollar and ninety eight cents, and beautiful dresses, in crepes and jerseys at four dollars and ninety-eight cents. WILD HAIRELL, A GRANDPA Will Hairell, popular York Boulevard barber, became a grandfather this week with the announcement of t...

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Water Rates Reduced Wafer Department Lowers Rales For Vegetable Gardens [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

Water Rates Reduced Wafer Department Lowers Rales For Vegetable Gardens Los Angeles may become one vast vegetable garden as a result of final action by the Water Department on Tuesday afternoon, when it approved a reduction of water rates for all gardening on residence lots or on vacant lots. The size of the garden will make no difference, whether ten feet square or acres in extent. In discussing the new, proposal before the board, former Congressman Charles H. Randall, who has been urging that these steps be taken to protect the people against high prices and a threatened famine in vegetables in Los Angeles, called attention to the universal gardening program carried out during World War No. 1. Thousands of garden clubs all over the country -united in raising club gardens on vacant lands near their homes. The irrigation rate will be 4.6 cents per 100 cubic feet of water. The domestic rate now paid is 14.8 cents for 100 cubic feet. Each gardener will be allowed sufficient water to c...

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Howard A. Prewitt Now Stationed At Camp Callan [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

Howard A. Prewitt Now Stationed At Camp Callan Howard A. Prewitt, weli known local boy and son-in-law of Mrs. Florence Worden, a second lieutenant in the reserve, was called to Camp Callan last week, where he is now on active duty. Prewitt is a graduate of Franklin High School ’3O, where he was a band major in the R.O.T.C. Previous to his recent appointment he was employed by the department of water and power for the city of Los Angeles. While stationed at Camp Callan, Lieutenant Prewitt and his wife have taken up residence at Del Mar.

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Unusual Special In Dry Cleaning Offered For Week [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

Unusual Special In Dry Cleaning Offered For Week A special that is destined to meet with much popularity is again offered this week by the Malcolm Cleaners and Tailors on page six of this issue. Limited to one week only, the Malcolm firm will expertly clean and press three garments for the price of one dollar and fortyfive cents. The offer includes ladies’ or men’s suits, dresses,

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Survey On Moral And Spiritual Welfare [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 March 1942

Survey On Moral And Spiritual Welfare A friendly survey is being made by the Highland Park Kiwanis Club in an effort to further the moral and spiritual defenses of our district by distributing 10,000 cards to as many homes asking for certain information regarding attendance at church and Sunday school. This work, while sponsored by the Kiwanians, is strongly supported by the churches of the district. Kiwanis, an international service organization, has as its motto “We Build,” and its motto has always beep the welfare of the child.

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