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Committee On Fair Rents Has Initial Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
Committee On Fair Rents Has Initial Meeting First steps to put in practice a ceiling on rents to prevent a disastrous inflation of the rent scale in this area, were being taken today by the Los Angeles City Defense Council’s Fair Rents Committee, following its initial meeting at the City Hall under the chairmanship of H. F. Whittle. The federal government has designated Los Angeles as a defense rental area, fixed the rents prevailing on March 1 of this year as the maximum that should be charged for any housing accommodations, and set June 28 as the date by which general compliance with the new regulations must be in effect. The Fair Rents Committee, which is to function pending appointment of a rent administrator for the Los Angeles area by the Office of Price Administration, will work to develop voluntary compliance with the new regulations on the part of landlords and tenants and to prevent misunderstandings from arising, it was decided. Free office space as headquarters for the c...
TOWNSEND NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
TOWNSEND NOTICE Dr. R. M. Carrigan will be guest speaker at the regular Thursday night meeting of Club No. 10 in the Monte Vista school auditorium, at 7:30. Next Thursday there will be a special program for Memorial day. Special decorations and music honoring our soldier dead of past and present wars. —Let’s Set the Rising Sun —
What Do You [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
What Do You Sugar From Sawdust? Sugar from sawdust? Certainly, madame! Some day, scientists say, you’ll be using it for cooking and on the dining room table just the same as any other sugar—and possibly even before the present war is over. Moreover, you’ll really like it, and if a sufficient number of wood-sugar factories are put in operation, you’ll not have to “scrimp” on the amount you use. With 630,000,000 acres of forest land in the United States now in use for the perpetual growing and harvesting of trees for lumber, paper and other wood products, experts say that it would be relatively easy to obtain 1,000,000 tons of sugar annually from sawdust and other waste products alone. In Germany, where the entire land area is less than one-fourth the size of the forested area in the United States, they have been using sugar made from sawdust and wood chips for a number of years, and chemists report it tastes just as good as any other sugar and is equally digestible. The processes of ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
Refrigerator SERVICE We now have a Licensed and Bonded REFRIGERATOR SERVICE. Art Burns, Service Manager, has had many years experience in Refrigerator work and is prepared for minor repairs or complete rebuilding:. Keep your present equipment in first class condition. It is possible you may not be able to replace it. We have 3 new ones for immediately delivery. HOLLAND Electric Shop Open Evenings 5634 N. Figueroa St. Phone AL-0149 Los Angeles' Own Finest Made VENETIAN BLINDS SPECIAL 1 n While They Last I Hoff M I^“ n H'inds ?Z bn T abe * fl \4\
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
To Give the BEST to Our Country % Sfil In co-operalion with the Office of Price Administration, Washington, D. C. Sol will sell his complete slock of dress materials in cottons, rayons, woolens and drapery fabrics. WITH THIS COUPON ONLY Thursday, Friday, Saturday, May 21, 22, 23 A Yard , LESS l All dress materials I in cottons, rayons, i woolens and drapery fabrics From | our Ceiling Prices FROM OUR CEILING PRICES I Tel. CP-6-6514 5704 North Figueroa Street
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
In Case of Auto Accident WILL YOUR BUDGET MEET AN EXPENSE LIKE THIS? Hospital (3 weeks) $l6B Surgical Expense 175 Nurse - 1'; X-Ray 15 Operating Room 10 Anaesthetic 10 Dressings 6 Total $lO6 $5.00 in advance will meet it at— LeCOUNT’S INSURANCE SERVICE 5119 York Bird. AL-0470 VI niSi 'like IbrfjJ/nj con caituL, MEXICAN DINNER Enchiladas, Spanish Rice, Fried Beans, Salad, Hot Rolls, Tortillas and Butter and Coffee. 55c CHILI RELLENOS .. CHILI COLORADO Con Came TACOS . . BEEF OR CHCKEN Orders Filled by Phone North Figuer-O Cafe CL-6-6857 6711 N. FIGUEROA ST. 2 for 30C 808 BEACH, Prop.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
SPECIALS Jumper DRESSES Button front in latest styles &amp; colors. Strutter cloth, crease-resist-ant. Sizes 10-20. Reg. val. $6.95. Special ** GABARDINE 2-Piece SLACK SUITS All Sizes- ( $3.95 SLACKS GAUCHO STYLE T.B.L. finish. T u b 1 or izedcrease resisting. Navy. Brown, Beige. Sizes 12 to 20. flf: $ 4 95 $7.95 Also Strutter Cloth Slacks —$3.95 LONG SLEEVE BLOUSES— All styles, sizes and colors. Keg. value $2.49 $4 69 1 QUALITY DRESS SHOP 5934 YORK BOULEVARD Next to York Food Market in Use Our Friendlv Budget Plan
Mystery Nine Lose Game To Moose Lodge Cardinals [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
Mystery Nine Lose Game To Moose Lodge Cardinals Last Sunday the Moose Lodge Cardinals defeated the popular Mystery Nine by the score of 7 to 3. This Sunday, May 24, the Moose Cardinals play the Glendale Merchants at Yosemite playground. Game starts at 2 p.m. Manager Gene Baroni will start Mel Woodward on the mound and Ross Noah will catch. The Moose Cardinals have won two league .games against one loss. Doughboys Knead Dough! Buy Defense Bonds!
Highland Park Merchants Take On Plumbers Sunday By CHRIS REDONDO [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
Highland Park Merchants Take On Plumbers Sunday By CHRIS REDONDO Rosabell Field in the Arroyo Seco will see some honest-to-good-ness neighborhood feuding this Sunday when the Rosabell Plumbers play host to the Highland Park Merchants in the third game of the summer league, Orange Belt division. Game time is 2:30. The Merchants, under the inspired leadership of Scotty Stoudt, have been playing excellent ball of late and in the two league games have compiled a record of 1 win against 1 defeat. The genial, portly Merchant skipper has Maurice Cannon, Johnny Novak and the veteran Berly Horne ready for the Rosabell fracas. TAKE YOUR PICK Joe Lurie says A 1 Ellerman is the boy the Merchants have to face Sunday but may change his mind and send Rosabell’s new right hander, Jim Scott or Rudy Hummes, UCLA side arm artist out to the hurling slab. Morrie Donovan left for his professional debut last week but the vacancy was filled in no time when owner Charley Pedrottl secured the services of Kir...
Luther Burbank Hi To Present Mystery Thriller [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
Luther Burbank Hi To Present Mystery Thriller “Murder at Mrs. Loring’s”! Thrills and chills to set'your spine a’tingling! This mystery is one of a double bill to be given Thursday, May 21 and Friday, May 22, at 1:30 in the Luther Burbank Auditorium. All five women have an opportunity and a motive for killling Mr. Loring. How the murderess Is discovered makes a very mysterious plot. The cast includes: Mrs. Loring, a neurotic woman, played by Pauline Phillips and Dolores Vogelsang; Cecelia, a good looking but emotional woman, played by Betty Hanson and Shirley Boyd; Jane, the nurse, calm, efficient, played by Anne Levenson and Verva Scott, the doctor, cold and calculating, by Doreta Havranek and Frances Taylor; and Emma, stolid and sullen, is played by Leisgene Kinevan and Marie Ramseier. The second feature is a highly amusing comedy, "Buddy Answers an Ad,’’ concerning a boy, Buddy, and his mania for answering ads. His father, mother and sister, who are tired of answering the door and...
Parliamentary Law Classes To Bet Continued Again [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
Parliamentary Law Classes To Be t Continued Again The classes in parliamentary law under Mrs. Frank R. Schaefer, Council Parliamentarian, will be held again this year. The first lesson will be held at the Buchanan Street School, 5024 Buchanan Street, on May 25, from 9:30 to 11:30 in the morning. These classes are very valuable to all new presidents and parliamentarians of the local associations. Other classes will be held at the same place and time, on June 1, 8, and 15. The May meeting of Highlands Council of the P.-T.A. will be held at the Monte Vista Street School on May 28, starting at 9:30 a.m., Mrs. Helen Parker, the president, will preside. All local preaidentselect are invited to attend this meeting,
Mrs. Van Veckhoven Honored By Friends At Stork Shower [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
Mrs. Van Veckhoven Honored By Friends At Stork Shower Mrs. L. E. Oldfield and Mrs. E. M. Starr entertained at the home of the latter, 4553 Paulhan Ave.. last Friday evening, with a lovely surprise stork shower honoring Mrs. C. C. Van Yeckhoven. Ah enjoyable evening was spent by those in attendance, which included Mesdames G. Adamson, G. Bashara, C. Bodyfelt, B. Cann, H. Cordray, E. Gaudy, G. Gubler, A, E. Gilliat, C. Hughes, V. Lawlor, W. S. McKinnore, V. Marshall, L. E. Oldfield, C. C. Oldfield, E. M. Starr, M. Rossi, L. Williams, and the honoree Mrs. C. C. Van Veckhoven.
FRANKLIN ► HI-LITES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942
FRANKLIN ► HI-LITES By DONNA HAYS T7SHEB AND USHERETTES The exponents of the auditorium have announced their intention of, getting new sweaters, Bahama blue with blue and beige emblems. The, cabinets are planning a dance to celebrate their new colors. ATTEND LUNCHEON “Youth Looks at Business’’ was the theme of the second annual commercial convention for commercial high school seniors, which was attended by many Franklin students. Included on the committee which helped plan the gala affair were several members from Franklin. These were Edith Cronn, Jennie Durretto, Henrietta Maxwell, Lillian Rehfuss, Betty Van De Mark, Margaret Biggi.o, Mary Carolyn Avriette, Merle Becker, Angelina Ragone, Frances Volelsang, and Joyce Buxton. SENIOR B’s CHOOSE BROWN Indla-earth brown won against royal blue In the revote for class sweaters for the class of W’43. The sweater will be coat style for both boys and girls and the girls’ will have sweetheart necks. Female trouble will prevail on the Franklin...