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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
KING'S PL wwrs am KING'S DELICATESSEN TRY OUR SALADS! KITCHEN-FRESH NONE BETTER LARGE MEATY PICKLED PIGS FEET 12 OUR OWN MAKE COOKED SPAGHETTI 15 lb PIMENTO LOAF 35 DELICIOUS MACARONI SALAD 15 n&gt; A TREAT-GRAPE-NUT CUSTARD 20BA&amp;KMAtC 1-lb. jor r am Dromedary Gingerbread *i\ MIX NEEDS NO SUGAR! "••19* FREE COPY AZINS Check Our Values APRIL 24 &amp; 25 CLOSED SUNDAYS mt I Store Hours 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. Sat. until 9 P.M. AZINS «A A You’ll Like to Trade Where You Meet Your Friends—at King’s 3500 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. Check Our Values FRI. and SAT.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
DEFEM S £ft StsL 3 fl Q IS Fancy Quality W CANNED FOODS 22 ?' S* GRAPEFRUIT IRIS JUICE 46 02 e FANCY Can r ~ ’ SOLID PACK No. 2 &gt;/ 2 can * *§l* IRIS TOMATOES -I/* FANCY GARDEN 4P^ IRIS SPINACH N £„ 2i T 13 w* MELLOW-Y DELICIOUSNESS 1 lbs. 5 Sc Mb. 30* RICHER FLAVOR! FANCY™™ jm-TQ t*QCTAIL Can - U&amp;JlO HALVES or sliced F A N C Y r*r- a No. zv, Ih G IRIS PEACHES No 2 Can FANCY FANCY HOMINY No 2 ‘ HRTS GOLDEN BANTAM Can Can FANCY CORN N ° 3 26 W W i ’LB 3U AR j Ar 600 PERFECT CONCENTRATED SOAP ■k mb m. Regular With Premium Kp S ; / ( . Giant Size 26* 66* * WELCH’S rm GRAPE JUICE Reduce the Easy WELCH WAY! Pint 23* Quart 42* Welch’s GRAPELADE 12-o*. Jar 14$ DINA-MITE 20* NUTRITIOUS HOT CEREAL 24-oz. Pkg. Kern’s Catsup 11* Ute this fall bodied Catsup on Gold Meats Mid Taste th* Difference. 14-ox. Hot. $&gt; ask for your copy today Leslie Salt • Coupon worth 10c toward purchase of Swansdovn Family flour Is printed on Page 15 of the current issue of Western Fa...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
“MEAT « very digestible” Statement approved by the Council on Foods and Nutrition of the American Medical Association. / f BAKED ALL OF OUR BAKERi - HERE PRODUCTS ARE BAKED IN OUR SANITARY BAKERY IN OUR MARKET. BUTTERFLY COFFEE CAKES 4-10 Reg. 55c doza Parker House - Seeded Cloverleaf ROLLS Dozen 12 COCOANUT AND LEMON CREAM PIES BANANA CREAM CAKE SATURDAY ONLY--29 29 KING'S. “ SPSC/ALS CREAM OF KENTUCKY BOURBON WHISKEY S2 66 4 YEARS OLD—B6 PROOF—QUART *■ TOWN TAVERN RYE WHISKEY $l3l 4 YEARS OLD PINT * S 3 Large Cans AT 25* Hanjf-o I*topped Corn •Fully Popped Kernels Of Delicious Corn, Seasoned Just Right 2-gal, can (Plus Dep.) 30*
Musical Program Arranged By H. P. Ebell Club [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
Musical Program Arranged By H. P. Ebell Club By Mrs. Harry D. Anderson A musical program has been a. r a n g e d for Highland Pa|rk Ebell Club, April 28, by program chairman, Mrs. Lee O. Tenney. Merwin Dant, Baritone, soloist of the Portland Symphony Orchestra will substitute for Lee Gilmore, who has joined the ranks of the U.S.A. Ingolf Dahl, concert pianist, formerly conducting Zurich Opera Co., Switzerland, will be in a joint recital. There will also be community singing led by J. Arthur Lewis, with Helen Wise Borum accompanist. Another technicolor film will be shown in the afternoon, featuring “Canada in Summer,” Mrs. S. W. reports the Ramblers postponed their trip through South Park until April 29, at which time warmer weather is anticipated. Some very informative reports were given by the delegates who attended the oLs Angeles District Convention held at Long Beach, Mrs. Wm. M. Crandall, president, presided over last Tuesday’s meeting, turning over the introduction of the day’...
Semi-Guaranlee On Good Catches [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
Semi-Guaranlee On Good Catches Southland tfr out fishermen have been “virtually guaranteed’’ good catches when the 1942 season opens May 1, according to surveys recently completed by the outing bureau of the Automobile Club of Southern California. Timed to co operate with motorists seeking to curtail long road trips was the planting last year by the Division of Fish and Game, through its bureau of hatcheries, of millions of "catchable” rainbow trout-measuring 6 to 8 inches in lakes and streams of Southern California and the High Sierra region. More than 2,000,000 trout were planted in High Sierra spots, while in the southland the rainbows were placed as follows: 45,000 in Little Rock Reservoir, 60,000 in Big Bear Lake, 40,000 in Lake Arrowhead, 25,000 in the San Gabriel River, and 15,000 in Crystal Lake.
“LET’S RIDE TOGETHER” [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
“LET’S RIDE TOGETHER” California motorists joining in the five-point “Drive for Victory” program are not the only car owners actively participating in automobile conservation programs. In Michigan, factory workers have adopted the slogan, “Let’s Ride Together” for the duration and their aim is for not less than four to ride to work together in the same car, reports the Automobile Club of Southern California.
Examination For Typist-Clerk [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
Examination For Typist-Clerk * * The Los Angeles County Civil ; Service Commission has announced an examination for Typ-Jist-Clerk and for Dictating Ma--1 chine Operator. Metropolitan Evening School of Business, Yen- | ice boulevard and Olive street, j invites those interested in preparing for these positions to attend its Civil Service classes which are held five nights a week from 6:00 to 9:00. A new class in Dictating Ma- | chine Operation meets Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 6 to 8 o’clock, beginning April 21. This instruction is offered under the Adult Education Program of the Los Angeles City Schools.
Food For Freedom Course To Slart Friday, May 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
Food For Freedom Course To Slart Friday, May 1 | Have you ever eaten home--grown corn on the cob? If so -you will want to know how to [raise some in your defense gard!en this year. Mr. Kersey, prin- ■ cipal of Franklin Evening High school has secured Paul L. Scott, a practical gardener, to instruct a short course “Food for Freedom” beginning Friday, May 1. This is an adult evening school ■course in home vegetable gardjening consisting of one two-hour j period each week for eight successive weeks. There will be no j prerequisites or equipment necessary but the students will be I assumed tohave an average home gardener’s knowledge of tools and plant culture. The course is intended to aid the average home flower grower to plant and grow to maturity a home vegetable garden. Inquire at the 13th Annual Highland Park Community Flower Show at Franklin High this Friday night. The building of one freight car to the work of one man for one requires materials from 31 states and provides employm...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 23 April 1942
WEED-END HARDWARE SALE PRE-WAR PRICES Paints - Housewares - Tools Radios - Electrical Appliances OPEN TILL 8 P.M. Holland Hardware 5442 MONTE VISTA COR. AVE. 55 100 FAT LADIES LOSE 20 LBS. EACH In a clinical test just completed under the direction of Dr. C. E. Von Hoover, 100 over-weight persons lost an average of 20 pounds each in the thirty days between January 2nd and February 2nd. 1942. One registered Nurse lost 29 pounds, and a Dietitian 30 pounds in the thirty days. All of these people used the new Ayds vitamin candy reducing plan, which costs only $2.25 for a thirty-day supply, or $1.25 for a trial box, and is guaranteed to be absolutely pure and to ;ontain no laxatives or drugs and to require to exercise. ' ‘ Obtainable at MID-CITY DRUG STORE 5019 York Blvd., Highland Park 3519 ROSEVIEW 6 Room Stucco (Furnished) $3l SO $650 CASH Please Do Not Disturb Tenant W. D. CRAIGMILE 3212 NO. FIGUEROA ST. CA-1-1876 CI-6-8050 CUT RATE DRUG STORES SHOP WITH CONFIDENCE U ■mi UNFIT A BABY ...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
“We cannot have ail we want if our soldiers and sailors are to have ail they need.” ■■ . . . ____________ FRANKLIN D.. ROOSEVELT HIGHLAND PARK GLASSELL PARK SAGAMORE PARK CYPRESS PARK MOUNT WASHINGTON Rsi^^M)kpatch 5125 Yorkßlvd, A Friendly, Neighborly Newspaper Sincerely Devoted to the Best Interests of These Communities VOLUME VI- -NUMBER 33 LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, APRIL 30, 1942 Albamj 0193 FIVE CENTS A COPY
The Sage Says: [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 April 1942
The Sage Says: By CLYDE BROWNE The above presumptuous title represents the opinion ol 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 scrlbbllngs. First blood for the conscientious objector! Andrew Maki, a Finnish lumberjack didn’t want to be drafted to shoot the Japs. He ran amok and shot two lumbermen instead. Now a posse of miners, lumberjacks and forest rangers are searching the Idaho hills for the gunman. * » * Having read several mystery stories while lyipg abed convalescing ,and seeking clues to a persistent burglar, I naturally looked for fingerprints. I found none, but did find where he sat In a dusty spot and left a good imprint of his corduroy pants. * * ♦ Seeing Bill Vileta, the clothier adorning the front of his haberdashery, I asked him how about some cuff pants, saying I expected to put them on the cuff anyway. He said he could put pants on the cuff, but couldn’t put cuffs on pants...