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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
Fresh vegetables are one answer to your budget problem. You can actually step up the appetite appeal of a meal by serving more of them and less of other foods that are higher in price. Try it tonight, by highlighting your menu with three of these specials. Eat at Least Two Vegetables Every Dayl m riM| ■itf KING'S PL mtfrsAm mmms KING'S DELICATESSEN TRY OUR SALADS! KITCHEN-FRESH NONE BETTER BAKED PORK LOAF 3S lb PIMENTO LOAF 3S lb MACARONI SALAD 15 lb DOMESTIC SWISS CHEESE 36 lb PICKLED PIGS FEET 12 lb STAMP OUR WAT CLOSED 7 't SUNDAYS Buy uaips With Yew Savings This— Ffs. tk Sat. n Store Hours 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. Sat. until 9 P.M. You’ll Like to Trade Where You Meet Your Friends—at King’s 3500 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. Buy Stamps With Your Savings This— APR. 10-11
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
•c VITAL INFORMATION ' A CUP OF GOOD COFFEE MEANS A LOT 1-Lb. can Schillinq Ciffee YOUR CHOICE-DRtP OR PERCOLATOR *#O r Wilson’s Certified OLEO pound SODA Crackers pound ••• • • 10 Grade A Large FRESH EGGS dozen C POT NIBLETS 2 23* CORN-ON-THE-COB WITHOUT THE COB Deep, Milky Kernels! sm SPINACH No. 2i/ 2 can 150 KRAUT N 2 Can 140 PEAS Can f. 170 BEETS No. 2 Can SLICED ... 160 COFFEE S.„. 310 2-LB. CAN . 600 ; MIS f* ADD i-WAMM-M I-a-’the world's finer’S*' 111 asaGßaS^*«L v ' . % NO SUGAR .f NEEDED! M. C. P. YOU SHOULD HAVE IT IS UNPATRIOTIC TO HOARD FOOD ; Important news concerning food prices was a request of the WPB to butchers not to raise prices of ham, bacon, chops and other pork products above the levels prevailing in the middle of March. ~ ★ The War Production Board last week ordered the nation’s tea consumption cut in half to conserve supplies. It is reported that a retail price ceiling will be applied soon. The action was taken to conserve the supply of tea on hand which wo...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
Why do so many women flock to our Meat Market? Read the reason in these reasonable prices for meats of superior quality . . . tender, juicy, flavor-full. Our prices make many sales for us, but our quality and ser vice make satisfied customers for our Meat Departmen r KING'S I MEAT DEPT. I L'his Community’s Busiest Quality! Meat Market £ ARMOUR'S SLICED BACON SPRING SHOULDER LAMB ROAST FANCY STANDING PRIME RIB ROAST FRESH LEAN Shoulder Ground Bee! MILK FED Shoulder Veal Roast -ft 35 n&gt; 27 ib 3 lib lb 27 ib / / RAVCEI Ahh OF OUR bakery DHRCU products are baked HERE IN OUR SANITARY BAKERY IN OUR MARKET. FRENCH QforiA Butterhorns Q IU i Delicious Strawberry Chiffon Pf 1? Q Topped with ICa Whipped Cream 33 SATURDAY ONLYBANANA CREAM CAKE 29 OLD-FASHIONED RAISIN BREAD loaf 15 0 KING’S gPiC/MS ■a. CS&gt; SEAGRAMS 5 CROWN BOURBON WHISKEY—PINT $163 i OLD KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY—PINT $ll6 i
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 9 April 1942
THURS SAT I Qm&amp;fif LIQUORS Reg. $1.44 4 Years Old OLD YANKEE KENTUCKY WHISKEY $129 &gt; • • • Hfa Bottled in Bond Full Pint Flyer Night affle tieg Tmu*r°£or c andv Coupon B AR§4io: this ttv Apr after With Void Noveltg “Tkey CHAINS niEE k.« NECESS abv wq &amp;SsZ~** I*‘ 1 *‘ V/fth This Couponm Cofeeiai? - tSummne p WMP With 5-ln. Glass Mantle. Cut glass design, glass base. Practical for nite-lite, blackout lamp, fireplace. Complete with white candle. MidCity low Priced m ftar-O-G •CICA NOVELTY REG iFSIZE ). kMD . „ «SKS«l i rfc Shampoo Save 51c on this Fin© Oil Shampoo. Recommended for normal, dry or oily hair. Nationally Famous Product of Schenley CREAM ofKENTUCKY Straight Bourbon Whiskey i-Pint . . . 72' Full Pint 1 Fifth $135 \ s£2o Attractive miniature “Gay 90V’ Gas Lamp, in 3 cheerful colors—Ruby, Red, Emerald and Orange-Gold. Mid-Citv Low Priced 100 Proof, Bottled in Bond 4-YEAR-OLD Sunny Valley WHISKEY Full Pint 89* 'Plain or Mint-Flavored SQUIBB CO...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
HIGHLAND PARK GLASSELL PARK SAGAMORg PARK CYPRESS PARK MOUNT WASHINGTON K&gt;s^^M)ispatch 5123 Yorkßlvd. A Friendly, Neighborly Newspaper Sincerely Devoted to the Best Interests of These Communities VOLUME VI.- -NUMBER 31 Albani) 0193 LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, APRIL 16, 1942 f Remember, the more bbnds \ J we buy, Ihe more planes will I fly. Remember, every bond I we pledge ourselves fo buy I will add fo the weigh! of Ihe I I bombs lhai will fall on Tokyo I V and Berlin. / ’V Kmnember J N. Pearl Harbor FIVE CENTS A COPY
The Sage Says; [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 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 scribblings. Side stepping is a fine art when you put real technique into it. Crude attempts to side step bring no salvos of applause, but a fine demonstration fills Us with awe, and we wonder how the idea can be applied to national defense. * * * Many years ago in the little City of San Rafael, on the north shore of San Francisco Bay, dwelt a side stepper de luxe. A splendid example of a lordly Britisher, with bowler and crop, flaring pants and shiny leggins, would be walking smartly down the main street toward where the stores began, and, presto! he would disappear. As it happened several times, along about the time I was smoking my last cigarette before opening up the door of the print shop, I finally solved the mystery. The man in multi ducked Into a wholesale ...
All Order Numbers Assigned Third Registration Group To Receive Questionnaire Soon [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
All Order Numbers Assigned Third Registration Group To Receive Questionnaire Soon Selective Service Board No. 197 has announced that the task of assigning Order Numbers to the members of the Third Registration Group has ben completed and that the mailing of questionnaires will soon be begun. Members of the Third Registration group will receive two questionnaires. The first questionnaire to be mailed to the registrant immediately is the Occupational Questionnaire. This calls for complete information relative to the registrant’s occupations, training and experience. The second set of questionnaires, which deal with the education, occupation, and family status, will be mailed beginning April 27, 1942. If a registrant needs help in completing the Occupational Questionnaire, he may obtain assistance from his employer, labor union, the office of the U. S. Employment Service, or the Selective Service Advisory Board. Assistance in completing the second questionnaire may be obtained from the...
Personal Care Classes Being Conducted Here [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
Personal Care Classes Being Conducted Here Personal grooming, including skin, nail and hair care, is the popular subject of the Monday, Wednesday and Friday class which meets from 7 to 9 p.m. at Franklin Evening High school, 820 No. Avenue 54. The class meets in room 106 and is open to all adults living in the Highland Park, Lincoln Heights and Eagle Rock district. Regulations governing the sale of auto tires are virtually the same in Canada as the U. S.
Red Cross Unit Has Novel Display In Sol's Window [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
Red Cross Unit Has Novel Display In Sol's Window Much interest is being expressed in the Red Cross display in the window of Sol’s at 5704 No. Figueroa street, hundreds of pedestrians who have seen the window are loud in their praise of what the Highland Park unit, under the direction of Mrs. A. A. Borrowman, production chairman is doing for this all-out war for conservation. The local Red Cross unit meets every Monday from 9 to 3 p.m. at the Ebell Club, and at this time sounds another urgent appeal for cloth material of any description, especially old blankets, either wool or cotton. All material, according to Mrs. Borrowman, should be washed and pressed and then bundled. As a convenience to those who have materials to dispose of the local Red Cross has appointed Sol’s yardage store as a collection depot, bundles left here will be promptly turned over to the unit. All bundles should contain the name and address of the donor.
Clement May To Entertain Ebell Club Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
Clement May To Entertain Ebell Club Tuesday By Mrs. Harry D. Anderson Clement May, the famous character actor will entertain Ebell Club Members and guests next Tuesday, April 21, at the clubhouse, 131 S. Ave. 57, at 4.0:30 a.m. Mrs. Theta Lynn van Dugteren, chairman Drama section will introduce Mr. May, who will characterize the famous Dickens characters. At lunch, birthdays of members in December and through to May will be celebrated. Mrs. Hattie Porter and Mrs. Jessie Brady will be in charge. Following will be reports on federation activities by Mrs. A. A. Wente, Federation Secretary. Wednesday, April 22, the Ramblers will get together at South Park, 51st and Avalon boulevard for a day under the blue skies, to share-a-dish with luncheon and lecture at eleven. Professor George T. Hastings will lead the walk through the park and discuss the seventy different trees in the park.
Elaborate Displays Planned Annual Flower Show To Display Unusual Beauly And Color [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
Elaborate Displays Planned Annual Flower Show To Display Unusual Beauly And Color The highlight of the year for Highland Park garden lovers will be The Thirteenth Annual Community Flower Show to be held on Friday, April 24th, from 2:00 to 10:00 p.m. in the Girls’ Gymnasium at Franklin Evening High school. The displays promise to be more elaborate and colorful than ever before. A huge V is being set up upon which to show nothing but roses and this exhibit, in itself, should be well worth seeing. Mr. Richard Allen, instructor of the Flower Arrangement class at Franklin, promises a worthy showing from his many students. There will be a great variety in the types of arrangements—table settings, those using figurines, weeds, vegetables and many others of interest, It is not necessary to be a student of the class in order to enter arrangements, however, as space will be provided for everyone wishing to submit a entries and these will be judged separately from those of the class. Listed be...
Realtors Claim Difficulty In Securing Listings [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
Realtors Claim Difficulty In Securing Listings Last Tuesday evening at the American Legion Hall the members of the Highland Park Realty Board gathered in their regular monthly meeting to discuss the problems which the war has brought to their business. All agreed that buyers were plentiful. The chief consideration was obtaining listings within the purchaser’s price range. Should the broker recommend to an inquiring client that he sell at present? The consensus of opinion was that the advisability of selling depended primarily upon the circumstances of the owner. For the owner who is moving from the community, for the one' who is having difficulty with his payments, for the one whose home is too small or too large for his present family, for the one who 'is worried by the management of property, for estates that must be divided in cash—for all such as these it was agreed that selling was the proper course. For the owner who was simply hoping to pick up some other property of the same...
BEAUTY IN FLOWERS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
BEAUTY IN FLOWERS Pictured above is a lovely arrangement by Margaret Carrick, member of Richard Allen’s Flower Arrangement class at Franklin High. This is typical of those to be shown at the 13th Annual Highland Park Community Flower Show to be given on Friday, April 24th. The Flower Arrangement Class is one of the main sponsors of the exhibit and Mr. Allen promises a wide variety of arrangements from his students, including table settings, arrangements scaled to figures, those using weeds and flowers of all types.
1000 Men In Next Induction Colorful Ceremony Is Scheduled At McLaglen Stadium [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
1000 Men In Next Induction Colorful Ceremony Is Scheduled At McLaglen Stadium Climaxing 14 weeks of intensive training, 300 Air-Raid Wardens and 700 Auxiliary Police Officers, all of the Highland Park area, will be sworn into the growing army of civilian defense workers next Sunday. The colorful induction ceremony will be held at the McLaglen Stadium, 3221 Hyperion Avenue. Starting at 1:30 p.m., the Los Angeles Police Band will give a 30-minute concert, which will precede the formal entrance of units at 2:00 o’clock. The popular Highland Park minister, Rector Samuel H. Sayre will deliver the invocation to assembled units. Captain of Police Wm. H. Parker, the master of ceremonies, will give a word of welconfe to the volunteer civilian corps. Superior Court Judge Clement D. Nye will administer the oath of office to all candidates and present Father O’Mahoney, Community Air-Raid Warden, and Captain Handle, Highland Park Deputy Chief Air-Raid Warden. Other civic officials present will b...
Newberry Co. To Remain Open Friday Evenings [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
Newberry Co. To Remain Open Friday Evenings V. C. Anderson, manager of the J. J. Newberry Company store, located at 5031 York boulevard, announced yesterday that his concern would be open every Friday, hereafter, until 9:00 p.m. “This action is taken,” Anderson said, "to accommodate the hundreds of defense workers and others in this territory who are now working irregular hours and find it inconvenient, if not impossible, to shop in the usual normal hours.” “The part we play, to do our bit, can only be to make shopping more pleasant and convenient for you who hold a more vital part in defense production,” he added.