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Clerical Workers Badly Needed For Defense [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
Clerical Workers Badly Needed For Defense Kenneth I. Fulton, acting executive director of the California State Council of Defense, today sent out a call for volunteer clerical workers for duty with ; rationing boards in their respective communities. Fulton asked county and city : defense council officials to as- , sist in the drive for volunteer i help, pointing out that until such , time as provision is made to en- ; gage salaried workers, the pres- ! ent staffs are inadequate to cope ■ with the mounting volume of . work.
Meeting Of State Defense Council [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
Meeting Of State Defense Council ( A three-day meeting of the j State Council of Defense was called today by Governor Culbert L. Olson, chairman, for April 15, 16, and 17 in Los Angeles, to • consider a “series of vital probi lems affecting civilian defense , activity.” The initial session will be de1 voted to meetings of the 10 ma1 jor committees of the council, : with reports and recommendations to be acted upon during the second and third day. THOSE “surrealist” drawings that adorn the dressing room walls of ROBERT YOUNG are originals by his six-year-old daughter, who “crayolas” one every month for her actor-father. BOB says he has to keep them all on hand because Carole Ann has a good memory and asks to see them when she visits the studio.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
KILL TWO BIRDS WITH ONE STONE Cover All of Highland Park and Glassell Park . - FOR BIGGEST RESULTS AT SMALLEST COST USE POST-DISPATCH CLASSIFIED ADS DEADLINE TIME FOR CLASSIFIED ADS 3 P. M. WEDNESDAY Save Money—Pay Cash A 1 Our Counter Automobiles 84—Automobiles For Sale (Continued) Sacrifice or Trade 1941 HUDSON 6 Only driven 6882 miles! Still like new. CL-6-4126 1933 PLYMOUTH DE LUVE 6 Small payments oi $lO. Beautiful condition! Fine tires, too. CL-6-9453.1 $lO DOWN and your old car, running or not . . . that’s all you need. 24 good cars to choose from. C. M. PETERSEN 10 Yrs. In Highland Park “Hudson New Car Dealer" 5100 No. Figueroa St. 19—Painting &amp; Paperhanging Continued PAINTER, decorator. Neat, competent workman. No job too small. Perry. CL-6-5284 Use Post-Dispatch Classified Ads 21 —Ccnlractors-Builders ADAIR FOR CEMENT WORK Jobs large or small. 1423 N. Ave. 48 AL. 8787 SAND AND GRAVEL Cobblestone, decomposed granite lor driveways. Haul dirt. D. H. Chambers 849 C...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
Moving PACKING, SHIPPING, STORAGE •:ovi Ask About Our Free Vacation Storage AL-0159 6060 North Figueroa Eve &amp; Sun. AL-9264 Optometrists J. H. DANCY OPT. D. Optometrist Eyes Examined - Glasses Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed 16 Years in H. P. New Location 5566 Vz N. Figueroa CLevcland 63431 Have DR. W. D. JACKSON OPTOMETRIST Examine Your Eyes Ali. 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 58 AL-1813 Printing Since 1908 Clyde Browne Has Engaged in Printing ai 6162 North Figueroa Si. Albany 2020 FOR THIS SPACE Phone AL-0193 Highland Park POST-DISPATCH 5123 York Boulevard
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
Fresh SALADS are an aid to HEALTH ITS SALAD TIME! / 9 s *-r. ct u % n ?•* mrm ««.vv sr 5v v r; Stf ft © u MIA B) LATEST SUGAR RATIONING NEWS KING'S WL WUfTSAM KING'S DELICATESSEN TRY OUR SALADS! KITCHEN-FRESH NONE BETTER DELICIOUS SPAGHETTI Made in our own kitchen! 15 lb Baked Brown BEANS 15 lb XLNT TAMALES 3” 35 * Long Shred A , bs . 4 r KRAUT L N i French Head Cheese 29 lb Sees You Through the Day.. The dates for the national registration of consumers will be Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, May 4, 5, 6, and 7, at public elementary schools. Sugar rationing registration cards will require answers to the following questions: name, address, height, weight, color of eyes and hair, age, number of persons in the family; relationship to other members; total amount of white and brown sugar in any fform owned by the family and any members. Persons away from home during the days of registration may register at the nearest elementary school, if they know the number of their local rat...
Ambulance Corps : Meets Every Week < At Playground i [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
Ambulance Corps : Meets Every Week &lt; At Playground i Highland Park’s new unit of the Women’s Ambulance De- 1 fense Corps of America meets at the Highland Park Playground every Friday at 7:30. All women eligible for membership are invited to recruit. '• Only requirements for troop- ! ers in this ever-increasing women’s defense organization are: that the applicant be between 1 the ages of 18 and 45 and be able to pass a physical examina- ’ tion. All registered nurses are ' automatically accepted as secondlieutenants. Two specifications are set up 1 as compulsory for all W.A.D.C.A. I (members; the first aid course (prescribed by the American Red 1 Cross for which a Red Cross certificate is issued, and drill one night a week. Any other electives, which cover a wide field of medical and defense subjects ■ are left to each woman’s choosing according to her interests and abilities. A first aid class was started at Franklin Evening High school on April 7. The class meets Tuesday ...
First Aid Courses Proving Popular [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
First Aid Courses Proving Popular Free first aid standard course classes, which opened two weeks ago in the auditorium of the Arroyo Seco branch public library, 6145 North Figueroa street, under the direction of Alphaeus Lincoln now acting -as co-ordinator of Civilian Defense classes for the Los Angeles City Board of Education, are so popular that it may be necessary to devote one or more of the sched- uled sessions to new classes before the conclusion of the present courses although it is hoped that this may not occur. The four weekly opportunities to acquire the vitally important knowledge are 9 to 11 and 11 to 1 each Tuesday morning and 1 to 3 and 3 to 5 each Thursday afternoon. The same lesson is given for the week, with succeeding lessons taught on succeeding weeks. Thus, housewives and others previously unable to take advantage of American Red Cross First Aid instruc- tion have lour opportunities two morning and two afternoon —to prepare themselves for accident eventualities.<...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 16 April 1942
HOUSE CLEANING Five Floors Waxed $3.50 Kitchen Cleaned $2.50 Windows 10c Du Pont Service AL.-5873 CL-7-2440 Evenings CL-7-1266 CVTRATE DRU DISC. Reg. 25c Size HIND'S Deodorant tffcg Cream w With This Coupon Void after Apr. 18th COUPON 25c Mobil Automobile WIPING CLOTHS KNIT TYPE 3 one-yard Lengths JL9u* Cartoned With This Coupon Void after Apr. 18th I NAROOfL fhampoo Reg. 60c Size 6-Oz. Bottle Lge. Size o**%* ( For Your Nails JmgST fampana Bahno9* ) SEALCOTE 23* With Dispenser . » Dispenser $2.00 DJER-KISS ,hig aa Body Freshener! 00 For Fading Hair . instant Clairol BSr New Angelus m A LIPSTICK ... 49* In Ihenewesl shades $2 Jar Du Barry (Hii I Rose Cream Mask M Beauty Treatment by Melba REG. 75« LOV'-ME FACE POWDER In Natural, Rachel and Dark Rachel Shades and 50c 4-oz. Jar MELBA SKIN CLEANER ' A $1,25 VALUE BOTH Mid-City Special Price TOR «Hsr Your present car «rf “quip With* a set of these pat.onal-|y-known make plu?;s. i A. M • Thoroughly Renovated, Repaired and Adjusted for Hig...
The Sage Says; [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 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 scribbllngs. It used to be said that Highland Park was an ideal residence section .inasmuch as we had no crime problems. We all believed that. We also believed that crime was a product of the slums. If that is true, and if crime flourishes in Highland Park now, then it seems to follow that we are in the slums, and need not be surprised to see slumming parties come here by the bus load to look us over critically. ♦ ♦ ♦ One kind of crime is burglary, another is sneak thievery. Perhaps ever yhouse in this district is not the scene of depredations, again one house may be entered and robbed many times, so the average may be pretty high. Not knowing what is happenening in other homes, I can only speak for my own, and a burglary occuring last Saturday at about 3:30 p.m. l...
Flower Show Plan Completed Annual Event Opens Friday At Franklin Evening High School [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
Flower Show Plan Completed Annual Event Opens Friday At Franklin Evening High School Just a last minute reminder of The Thirteenth Annual Highland Park Community Flower Show tomorrow afternoon and evening from 2:00 to 10:00 p.m. in the Girls’ Gymnasium at Franklin Evening High school. The gym will be open this evening for those who do not find it possible to take their entries tomorrow morning. There will be someone there to see that things are properly marked and cared for. If entries are made on Friday morning, they must be in place before twelve o’clock, noon, as judging begins at one so that the show may open at two o’clock sharp. Please help to avoid last minute confusion by bringing your exhibits in early. The show promises a wide variety of flowers, plants, vegetables and arrangements. Plan to attend and take the family as there will be many things of interest to each member.
Pringle's Paint Store To Have New Location [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
Pringle's Paint Store To Have New Location Implicit faith in the business section of Highland Park was demonstrated this week when William H. Pringle, owner of Pringle’s Fuller Paint Store, located at 5823 North Figueroa street, announced an expansion program calling for a ten-year lease,- executed through the offices of A. H. Cornwell &amp; Co., of the large storeroom at 5820 North Figueroa street, immediately across the street from his present location. Pringle’s new headquarters will contain over three times the amount of floor and display space than the present location of his firm. Established in 1930 as Pringle and Moss, the progressive concern now owned solely by Pringle, is distributor for the celebrated line of W. P. Fuller and Co’s, paints, wallpapers and kindred items. Pringle expects that his new headquarters will be ready for occupancy on or about May 1.
Arch Malin To Lecture At Technocracy, Inc. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
Arch Malin To Lecture At Technocracy, Inc. ii —. Arch Malin, authorized speaker for Technocracy, Inc., will lecture on Technocracy’s program for victory at headquarters of 11834-1, 2666 Pasadena Ave., next Tuesday evening, April 28 at 8 p.m. There is no charge, and Ralph Johnson, chairman of public speaking, invites all those interested to attend.