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PINOCHLE PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942

PINOCHLE PARTY Amyindale P.-T.A. will sponsor a pinochle and bunco party Saturday, May 30, at 8 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Alice Neely, 6017 La Prada Park.

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Yardstick Must Be Applied By Budgets Boards [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942

Yardstick Must Be Applied By Budgets Boards The yardstick of absolute necessity should be applied to every item considered by local governing boards for next year’s budget and everything that does not meet this measure should be eliminated, California Taxpayers’ association declared today, campaigning for all-out cooperation in the war effort by local governments in California.

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SCHOOL ATTENDANCE STEADY [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942

SCHOOL ATTENDANCE STEADY Enrollment in Los Angeles public schools has dropped only from one to two thousand students since the beginning of the new semester .according to G. M. Hoyt, supervisor of attendance and employment of miors.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942

—One Leak Can Sink a Ship — —Don't Talk —

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942

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 tor a thirty-day supply, or $1.25 for a trial box, and is guaranteed to be absolutely pure and to contain no laxatives or drugs and to require no exercise. Obtainable at MID-CITY DHtTG STOBE 5019 York Blvd., Higliland Park | Mid-City Drug Stores | LOWEST PRICES ON QUALITY w Only at Mid-City can you obtain this value Regular $1.53 pint 4-Year-Old 90-Proof FLEISCHMA NN’S MEDLEYS PKIVATE STOCK Kentucky Straight Bourbon WHISKEY V SmKEttWEM BON? All 3 for 40c Value BOND STREET SMOKING TOBACCO 2—REG. 15c TINS and 1 Reg. 10c Tobacco Pouch 23< 30c Value UNION LEADER Smoking TOBACC...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942

—loot’s Can Japan! MID-CITY SCOOP! Reg. 50c Values Richard Hudnut Violet Sec or Springtime Lilac TOILET WATER 29 tVa-oz. Bottle— While Store Stocks Last! cm rate Sale Prices Good Thru Sat., May 23rd Mid-City Drug Stores are cooperating with the U. S. Treasury Dept, and the Drug Trade in promoting the sale of U. S. War Stamps through the month of May. Take the change from your purchases at Mid-City in War Savings Stamps. SALE OF MIRRORS!! Beautiful, Clear View Decorative WALL MIRRORS Utility Leatherette Mens Zipper TRAVEL KITS Buy Now & Save PUI M®ITO SPECIAL PURCHASE 100% Pure Penn. Plus Additives MOTTO -_IOO%PORE **«NSYLVANIA . PIUS ADDITIVES motor on A« S fACWs 2 Gallon Factory-Sealed Container IG9B IffitWiOS Hon*/ vsrfa. (JIA © For your 1 Free Copy ot 1 this dog magazine, cl i P the coupon below. Vacation Days Ahead SALE OF SWIM TRUNKS Men's Sateen Laslex Assorted colors. (hrt AO With Zipper Pocket. g Adjustable Belt JL Men's Ribbed Lasfcx SWIMMING TRUNKS. With zipper...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 21 May 1942

3519 ROSE VIEW 6 Room Stucco (Furnished) $3150 —s6so CASH Please Do Not Disturb Tenant W. D. CRAGMILE 3212 NO. FIGUEROA ST. CA-1-1876 CI-6-8050 J tm. % 7 FRESH CUT FLOWERS Flowers for all oc- ' c a s i o ns WedV dings, Banquets, Funerals. Complete stock. FLETCHER FLORIST & NURSERY (A 1 and Irene Sprenger) 3952 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. CL-6-8852

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942

“They didn’t ‘lose’ their lives—they ‘gave’ their lives in the finest way that man can die” fe Y" • SECRETARY OF NAVY FRANK KNOX HIGHLAND PARK GLASSELL PARK SAGAMORE PARK CYPRESS PARK MOUNT WASHINGTON Rs^MM)ispatch 5125 Yorkßlvd. -NUMBER 37 VOLUME VI- LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, MAY 28, 1942 A Friendly, Neighborly Newspaper Sincerely Devoted to the Best Interests of These Communities Albamj 0195 FIVE CENTS A COPY

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The Sage Says; [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942

The Sage Says; By CLYDE BROWNE The above presumptuous title represents the opinion of the publisher of this paper, and not the writer ot this column, who holds that modesty Is a virtue that should prevail In any Itinerant scribblings. Ho hum! Me for the doctor’s today, full of contempt for the victims of medical torture chambers who didn’t know the meaning of the word pain. While their screams echoed down through the pages of history, I merely say a few prayers with reverse English. (If I didn’t feel that the linotyper would snort. “Yea, Sage!” I would have spelled that word English with a lower case e as the U.S. Printing Office Style Book gives it.) # * * Don’t try and fancy literary didoes unless you are big and strong enough to lick a linotyper, for his machine sets six lines a minute, and he likes to “hang the elevator,” or garrote any writer who says anything that makes him pause long enough to miss a line. • * • To continue the topic of the doctor, who even now is whetting hi...

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Army Of "Minute Men" Speed Bond Pledge Drive In "Doorbell" Campaign [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942

Army Of "Minute Men" Speed Bond Pledge Drive In "Doorbell" Campaign Away to a good start this week was the Minute Men campaign to sign possible purchaser of war savings bonds and stamps in Los Angeles to a pledge to buy a definite amount at regular intervals. Thousands of men and women, wearing the blue and white insignia of the Minute Men, went from house to house explaining the purpose of the drive and obtained signed pledges. Although it was still too early to compile a comprehensive report, Howard Mills, state administrator for Southern California of the war savings staff, said that spot checks made in selected localities indicated a generous response. He emphasized, too, that more volunteer canvassers are needed and urged citizens, willing to help, to get in touch with their school district captains, whose identity can be learned from elementary school principals.

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Mrs. E. W. Allen New President Of Highland Council [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942

Mrs. E. W. Allen New President Of Highland Council Mrs. E. W. Allen, presidentelect of Highlands Council, will succeed Mrs. Helen Parker on July first. Mrs. Allen has assisted Mrs. Parker for the past two years as vice-president of the Council. Also serving on the

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MRS. E. W. ALLEN [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942

MRS. E. W. ALLEN Council as hospitality chairman, and chairman of ways and means. Mrs. Allen has been actively interested in parent-teacher work for many years. She served as local president of Hillside P.-T.A. for two years, after holding high offices on the board of that unit during previous years. She has a deep understanding of all questions pertaining to parent-teach-er work.

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Holland Gets Big Radio Shipment [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942

Holland Gets Big Radio Shipment Probably the last large shipment of Philco radios for the duration has just been received by John C. Holland of the Holland Electric Shop, pioneer radio dealer at 5634 North Figueroa St. Included are the popular portable receivers, playing on either batteries or house current. Also consoles and radio-phono-graphs.

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Stephen Boisclair Moves Offices To Colorado Blvd. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942

Stephen Boisclair Moves Offices To Colorado Blvd. Stephen Boisclair, popular realtor, general contractor and builder, this week is officially inviting residents of this and neighboring communities to come in and see his new headquarters at 2153 Colorado boulevard, Eagle Rock. Boisclair who has been in . the real estate business in the Glassell Park section for many years, has negotiated many sales of land for the. erection of new business buildings and homes in that area and other sections of northeast Los Angeles. A member of the Los Angeles Realty Board, the State Real Es- tate Association and the National Association of Real Estate Boards, Mr. Boisclair is well grounded by education and experience to give authoritative information and advice on home planning, investments, and financial matters. He is always willing to offer this advice and counsel in a spirit of unaffected friendliness without any obligation to his clients and friends. With the opening of his new offices on Color...

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Glassell Park Plans Big Flag Day Celebration [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942

Glassell Park Plans Big Flag Day Celebration Plans are under way for a gigantic Flag Day celebration to be held at the Verdugo Playground, 3580 Verdugo Road, on Sunday, June 14, according to Arthur W. Kennedy, president of the Glassell Park Business Men’s Association and chairman of the Flag Day committee. The Glassell-Cypress Co-ordi-nating Council, the Parent Teachers organization and the churches in the area, together with many prominent individuals have organized what is known as the Flag Day committee to plan the occasion. Mrs. Laura Swartz, P1 ayground Director, and Mrs. A. W. Kennedy Helen Parks are assisting chairman Kennedy. Each organization in the district will have charge of some particular event at the celebration. Public officials, including the mayor, sheriff, supervisor, councilman, and many others will be invited guests.

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Workers ForUSO Report $720.72 Collected To Dale [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942

Workers ForUSO Report $720.72 Collected To Dale The drive for the Highland Park and Eagle Rock USO quota of $3OOO was well under way this week. Late yesterday the total amount of money contributed was $720.72, representing 24 per cent of the goal. Highland Park has given $533.02, while Eagle Rock fund stands at $187.70. House-to-house solicitation is now being done by volunteer Mrs. E. B. Campbell, general chairman of Highland Park, and Mrs. Howard M. Miles, for Eagle oßck. Main headquarters are maintained at 5117 York boulevard. CLeveland 6-8612. Contributions may be left there.

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Russ Green In Realty Sales Totaling $Bl,OOO [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942

Russ Green In Realty Sales Totaling $Bl,OOO Giving a large measure of credit to. the classified section of the Post-Dispatch, in which he is a consistent advertiser, Russ Green, local realtor, located at 4000 Eagle Rock Blvd., this week reported sales for the first four months of this year totaling nearly $Bl,OOO. Transactions reaching these figures were completed in his new office and, according to Green, is very encouraging, inasmuch as it represents a greater volume than he sold for the entire year of 1941 at his former location. Green reports a bright outlook for the immediate future in real estate due to several important factors. Rentals are high, offering income property as an inducement to investors who farmerly ■ purchased stocks and bonds, made real estate loans, or left their funds on deposit at low interest rates. These people are now making outright purchases of properties in order to receive a higher return on their investments. Also, many people, anticipating the rati...

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Community Invited To Alumni Day Celebration Saturday At Occidental [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942

Community Invited To Alumni Day Celebration Saturday At Occidental Plans for commencement events at Occidental Col lege this Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, May 30 to June 1, are rapidly nearing completion, according to Dr. Remsen D. Bird, president of the college. The entire community is 'is invited. On Saturday, May 30, hundreds of Occidental graduates will return to the campus for the annual celebration of Alumni Day. Events will include a fashion show, a baseball game between seniors and alumni, music recitals, the president’s reception, a picnic dinner, and an evening show in Thorne Hall. Harlan Palmer, Jr., ia. chairman of the day. Sunday, May 31, the annual baccalaureate service will be held in the Hillside Theatre at 6:45 p.m. Speaker will be the Rev. Hugh Jones, Occidental alumnus and moderator of the Presbyterian Church in California. His subject will be “An Essential Commodity.” Nearly 170 seniors will graduate in exercises Monday evening June 1, in the Hillside Theatre on ...

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New Headquarters For Women's Ambulance Corps [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942

New Headquarters For Women's Ambulance Corps Recruiting and business of the Highland Park unit of the Women’s Ambulance Defense Corps will, in the future, be handled at its new headquarters, 5506 North Figueroa street, next to the Franklin theatre. The office has been donated to the Corps by M. K. Ross, manager of the Franklin theatre. Trooper Jean Beaumar made the arrangements. Girls will be on duty between nine and five every weekday to take applications for new members, to answer questions, and to accept any donations of the community. A drive is being launched for old newspapers and magazines as well as the tinfoil drive which is now in progress. Donations of old sheets or any material that can be made into bandages will also be gratefully accepted. Lieutenant Alice Hope, the unit commander, and Sgt. Myrtle Willis, have spent a great deal of time in the new office. Among the other troopers stationed there are Jean Beaumar, Bertha Hodges, Marion Lynn, Patricia Currie, Eileen Kiny...

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