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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942

Automobiles 84—Automobiles For Sale (Continued) Our Service Dept. Now Open 7:30 A.M. lo 10 P.M. IN OUR EFFORT TO RENDER THE VERY FINEST SERVICE TO THOSE WHO FIND IT INCONVENIENT DURING THE NORMAL HOURS OF THE DAY. HIGHLAND PARK CHEVROLET CO. 5001 N. Figueroa St. CL-6-4161 1938 Chevrolet MASTER DELUXE SEDAN $30.16 Per Month Refinished in beautiful gun-metal opalescent gray, heavy duty; nearly new tires and immaculate interior. You will really get “new car” service for the duration. Big allowances for your old bus in trade. C. M. PETERSEN 10 Years in Highland Park “Hudson New Car Dealer" 5100 No.. Figueroa St. Building Service 23 —Upholstering WEL-DON UPHOLSTERING CO. Try our new purchasing plan on recovering and rebuilding over-stuffed furniture. Custom built furniture now on display. Call us for free estimates. 5237-39 No. Figueroa CL-6-2548 Send It to A Master For REPAIRING RECOVERING As Long as 12 Months to Pay Free Estimates Also FINE FURNITURE CLEANING ACE UPHOLSTERING CO. 5337 ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942

Moving PACKING, SHIPPING, STORAGE ■ Ask About Our Free Vacation Storage AL>Ol59 6060 North Figueroa Eve & Sun. AL-9264 Optometrists J. H. DANCY OPT. D. Optometrist Eyes Examined - Glasses Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed 16 Years in H. P. New Location N. Figueroa CLeveland 63431 Have DR. W. D. JACKSON OPTOMETRIST Examine Your Eyes AL. 8991. 5635 N. Figeruoa Plumbing HIGHLAND PARK PLUMBING SHOP Since 1906 Hot Water Heaters • All Kinds E Z PAY A. G. HANNAFORD 112 North Avenue 5 8 AL-1813 Printing Since 1908 Clyde Browne Has Engaged in Printing ai 6162 North Figueroa St. Albany 2020 FOR THIS SPACE Phone AL-0193 , Highland Park POST-DISPATCH 5123 York Boulevard

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942

DELICIOUS BECAUSE THEY'RE FRESH! KING'S Farm Fresh FRUITS AND VEGETABLES KING'S DELICATESSEN [BHARDT’S war I FRENCH’S ™SIj W" k 11' :.r 29 f I as." •:,» I*s 11' Welch’s SSTmihi 23* I Qb “S I Thompson’s I SDNSWEETPRUNES I AOf I CHOCOLATE FUvorsd 1-lb. MA r I l-'b-Pk». lie { J-Ib. pk*. <m e I ■li | MALTED MILK »«" £9 | <«-*•. trt.) | | » (M.I, frt.) |{} I JSSttflL CIDER • 200 | Gal. 650 Dromedary Mixes I Scotiowels DEVIL’S FOODGINGERBREAD— »«■ 170 I Leu than a penny a Dotenl RoN.9" SBwcsJS r EASTER Specials EffectWe \l2tdliß FRI. CLOSED * —AND—SAT SUNDAYS v APRIL 3 and 4 RHE You’ll Like to Trade Where You Meet Your Friends—'at King’s 3500 EAGLE ROCK BLYD. Store Hours 1 C 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. Sat. until 9 P.M.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942

Song of Savings for Easter Feast With Easter almost here, you have the problem of planning a feast for your family. Come in and let us help you pick out a ham and the vegetables to go with it! Not only do we carry the highest quality foods, but will advise you of the food values which will give you the most nourishment for the smallest price. Now that health is so important to the nation we are more than ever eager to cooperate with you in keeping America healthy. S&W the Mellow’d Coffee RICH and FLAVORFUL 2 GRINDS Drip—Regular 1-Lb. Tin 2-Lb. Tin 30* 57* Fl ENRICHED "126* rs-ib. JCt sack LINDSAY Large Size RIPE Pitted or Plain frreo' OLIVES PITTED pt 200 Mo. 1 Can No. Can PLAIN life S l 2B# GOLD MEDAL "Kitchen-Teeted" FLOUR VITAMIN and MINERAL ENRICHED 28< I Patent Hand!*— Easy to Carry] 4.1-Lb. sack 6 APPLE SAUCE No. 2 Can ... FINE FOODS 130 TREE RIPE BARTLETT PEARS NO. 21/2 CAN A Ntw High la yiaror In — Bi rtun CRACKERS *l4-OS. pkf. 100 l-lb.pkg. 20(! Veg-A...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942

TOP-TEST MEATS MEATS That Fill the Bill-of-fare Easter Feast Meal KING'S MEAT DEPT. this Community’s Busiest Quality Meat Market:\ ■ / Swift's, Cudahy's or Polnsettl.a SKINNED HAMS Whole or Shank Half * ih FANCY SPRING LEGS of LAMB 3$ !b YOUNG FRYING RABBITS 35 n> LUER'S HYGRADE BACON Half-Pound Pkg. .. 17 FANCY STEER ROLLED PRIME RIB ROAST V 38 % ///// mJ' ALL. OF OUR BAKERY PRODUCTS AKK BAKED BAKED upnp IN OUR SANITA.RY BAKnCIIC ERY IN OUR MARKET. HOT CROSS BUNS DOZEN 25 t COLORED ICED DONUTS DOZEN 30 t CHOCOLATE OR COCONUT CREAM PIES 29 t SATURDAY ONLYBANANA CREAM CAKE 29 KING’S H, > II spEcms HIRAM WALKER TEN HIGH BOURBON WHISKEY FULL QUART SA66 2 WINDSOR SI 25 i STRAIGHT BOURBON I YEARS OLD PINT

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How’s Your Health? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942

How’s Your Health? By Dr. Roy D. Kohl Allergy has become a word of great significance In the last few years, and no wonder, because a person allergic to a substance, whether affecting him through inhalation, ingestion, or contact may have suffering so dreadful that his life Is in danger. The effects of allergy range from the more or less minor degrees of hay fever, hives, asthma, and eczema to Intensely severe abdominal crisis. The person who is Unfortunate enough to suffer from such a malady may have acquired the allergy or have inherited it. In any event the only real relief of a permanent naiure that can be obtained is the absolute elimination from the person’s environment of that' to which he is allergic, or to under go a process of desensitization which may require any where from four to fivje, months or a year and a half, for completion. Before these things can be done with any liklihood of success, an enormous number of tests must be made ranging from 80 to 25flf to determine...

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Scientists Hear Lecture By Miss L. C. Coulson [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942

Scientists Hear Lecture By Miss L. C. Coulson A lecture entitled “Spiritual Achievement Through the Understanding of Christian Science” Was delivered last Thursday evening in the Fourth Church of Christ Scientist, corner North Figueroa Street and Avenue 52, by Miss 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. Miss Coulson spoke substantially as follows: The desire to achieve is part of the make-up of every normal human being and is certainly commendable. Without it history would probably have recorded very little progress. The purest altruism is the desire to achieve for others, universally, rather than personally or individually. This tendency is even discerned in the animal and vegetable kingdoms, in the upward-reaching, aspiring branches of the trees, in the order and purpose of the ant heap, and the beehive. And Why? Because what has been called the divine spark in...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 2 April 1942

DR. B. SCHWARTZ Diseases of ihe Eye, Ear, Nose and Throal 5224 N. FigueroaSt. Albany 4201

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

ON vwr/iH I BOX OF 500 SHEETS A *WPOm VUdCitu Cleansing 1 Q c m m\ fire IICC I W gS t -. 29c VALVE B * 7 PHOTO LJ ““7-301* Double w„„ ... e nlargemenl. /2 TISSUES m rnO'J' o^ LW" f o*V A. 5 Limit Two wUh !I K fin teh. Lltetlm , ’ * With This 1 / * > i '7J Candy Packed Cellophaned EASTER BASKETS yin Easter Treat For the Whole Family! Ms\ Ribbon decked, filled with a large assorfmenf of kitchen fresh cream, center marshmallow and chocolate Has ter candy eggs, together with a large papier mache Easter bunny—mM Sherbet Center ICE CREAM NUT ROLL FULL QUART. To Serve 3 People. Large Sizes $1.49 For the Kiddies at Easter-time! Papier Mache Easter BUNNIES Filled with Kil-(; chen fresh Easl-\ er Eg? Candies. BUNNIES, DUCKS, RABBITS Fisher Motion Pull Toys Loaded with cream, marshmallow, and chocolate kitchen tresh Easter egg candies, cellophane wrapped for freshness. They're loaded with Easter Goodies Easier Candy Filled PAPIERMACHE CHICKS Filled with kitchen fresh Easter Candy Eg...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942

HIGHLAND PARK GLASSELL PARK SAGAMORE PARK CYPRESS PARK MOUNT WASHINGTON Hkcj h 5125 Yorkßlvd. A Friendly, Neighborly Newspaper Sincerely Devoted to the Best Interests of These Communities VOLUME VI.- -NUMBER 30 LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, APRIL 9, 1942 AJbamj 0193 FIVE CENTS A COPY

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The Sage Says: [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942

The Sage Says: By CLYDE BROWNE The above presumptuous title represents the opinion ot 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 scribblings Bundles for Bluejackets is not something that rounds up unused comforts of a questionable nature to be sent far afield, like knitted sweaters for the tropics and summery BVD’s to the lads in Iceland. * * ♦ Not so Rinaldo. It is—but let an enthusiastic member of the Coast Guard describe its workings. He says, “Bundles for Bluejackets is an organization composed of Hollywood and Beverly Hills women, film professionals and non-professionals a group of unselfish women that give their time and money to the running of canteens in our naval bases. These dispensaries are kept open from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. Any sailor can have coffee, cocoa and doughnuts—all he wants, plus a cheery word and no questions asked.’’ ♦ * * "Many of the ladies make cakes and sandwiches an...

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Wardens To Be Inducted Many Volunleers To Receive Oaih Tomorrow Nighl [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942

Wardens To Be Inducted Many Volunleers To Receive Oaih Tomorrow Nighl Induction of the Highland Park air raid warden services of ■Communities No. 1 and No. 5 will be held in the Franklin High school auditorium tomorrow evening, April 10, starting at 7:30 p.m. An estimated 1500 to 2000 volunteer citizens are expected to take the oath, to be administered by a judge of the superior court. Sergeant L. L. Mitchell, air raid warden co-ordinator for Highland Park, will preside, while one of the ’main speakers will be Captain Chester R. Bandle, commanding officer of the Highland Park police division and warden in charge of all such activities in Northeast Los Angeles. First to be inducted will be William L. Marshall, community warden of District No. 1, which includes 10 zones and 61 precincts, and Frederick F. Downs, community warden of District No. 5, situated on Mt. Washington and in Cypress Park. Down’s area has six zones and 37 precincts. Following induction of Marshall and Downs will c...

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Holland Electric Offers Service On Refrigerators [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942

Holland Electric Offers Service On Refrigerators To take care of the growing demand for refrigerator service, the Holland Electric Shop, 5634 N. Figueroa St., has more than doubled their Service Dept. Under the capable direction of Arthur Burns, Service Manager, assisted by Mr. N. J. Beazley, both of whom have had years of experience, a licensed and Bonded Refrigerator Service is now available to the Highland Park section. Owing to the shortage of new refrigerators, it is expected that more than ever it will be necessary to rebuild and repair present equipment. “In our new shop we are able to completely overhaul and rebuild refrigerators. More space is also available for the radio and washing machine repair service,” stated John C. Holland.

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KANSAS PICNIC POSTPONED [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942

KANSAS PICNIC POSTPONED President Vernon Day of the Kansas State Society announces the postponement of the annual spring picnic reunion, because of the rain last Saturday, until Saturday, April 25th, when it will be held in Sycamore Grove Park.

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Dr. Bodlander To Head New Casualty Station [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942

Dr. Bodlander To Head New Casualty Station Under the direction of the American Red Cross and the Office of Civilian Defense, Washington Irving Junior High school, has been designated as a Casualty Station to be used in case of disaster. The primary purpose of the Casualty Station organization is to decentralize the medical effort into the field in proximity to the possible or probable wartime incident. The secondary objective is to relieve major hospitals of the confusion that would occur at a time of disaster should they attempt directly to receive, seggregate, and care for all cases. A Casualty Station is an organization of several groups of specially trained persons, consisting of both professional and lay personnel, whose important function is the immediate treatment of the injured, the marking and recording of all injuries, and the transportation of the more serious and acute cases to major hospitals for further care. The personnel of the Casualty Station will consist of; 1 Chi...

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Christian Science Radio Lecture On Air Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942

Christian Science Radio Lecture On Air Tonight Local radio listeners may hear an authorized Christian Science lecture on Thursday, April 9, at 8 p.m., when Dr. John M. Tutt, C.5.8., of Kansas City, Mo,, a member of the Board of Lectureof The Mother Church, The First GhUrch of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass., lectures over KMTR (570 kc) for Ninth Church of Christ, Scientist, Los Angeles.

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Improvement Association Schedules Meet [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942

Improvement Association Schedules Meet The regular monthly meeting of the San Pascual Improvement Association will be held Wednesday, April 15, starting at 8:00 o’clock p.m., in the auditorium of the school at 815 San Pascual avenue. Mr. Thomas R. Dale, the president, will preside. Every member and neighbor should be present as important business is to be discussed which is of real value to every one living in the San Pascual school area.

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Free Pressing OI es OJlered Malcolm [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942

Free Pressing OI es OJlered Malcolm On page two of this issue an unusual soecial is announced by the Malcolm Oeaners and Tailors. whereby they offer to exnertlv nress a suit of clothes, absolutely without charge, if accomoanied with a dry cleaning order of sixty-five cents or more.

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