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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 28 May 1942

FLOWERS... Flowers for all occasions "Weddings, Banquets, Funerals. Complete stock. nr rrrfUrP FLORIST & FLE 1 UHEK NURERY (A 1 and Irene Sprenger) 3952 Eagle Rock Blvd., CL-6-8852

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942

HIGHLAND PARK GLASSELL PARK SAGAMORE PARK CYPRESS PARK MOUNT WASHINGTON fesi^Mfl)ispatch 5123 York. Bird. VOLUME VI- -NUMBER 38 LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, JUNE 4, 1942 A Friendly, Neighborly Newspaper Sincerely Devoted to the Best Interests of These Communities Albatui 0195 FIVE CENTS A COPY

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The Sage Says: [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942

The Sage Says: By CLYDE BROWNE The above presumptuous title represents the opinion ot the publisher ot this paper, and not the writer of this column, who holds that modesty Is a virtue that should prevail In any Itinerant scribbllngs. 1 have a friendly feeling for my correspondents, even though one reqds a certain column one way and another. Let us have still another interpretation—the writer’s. I seem to have been taken seriously when I only meant to be entertaining. Surely no one takes the Rubaiyat seriously, even though the Tentmaker said in his 56th quatrain: For “Is” and “Is Not” though with Rule and Line, And “Up-and-down” by Logic I define. Of all that one should care to fathom, I Was never deep in anything i but —Wine. ♦ * * * ' Dear Pat: I’m getting short of copy paper. I was about to write on the back of my laundry bill, but when I realized that it was sure to get into type and go into this column, I refrained, for your readers would care little how many pairs of this and ...

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Thrasher Out For Congress Local Councilman To Seek Nomination In Thirteenth District [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942

Thrasher Out For Congress Local Councilman To Seek Nomination In Thirteenth District Interested in obtaining the election of a congressman who is fully acquainted with Los Angeles, understands its needs, and who also is fully aware of the national problems in time of war, constituents of Councilman Edward L. Thrasher are now busy circulating petitions for his nomination as a candidate in the Thirteenth Congressional District. The district embraces Eagle Rock, Highland Park, Lincoln Heights, Silver Lake and El Serreno, Atwater, Cypress and Riverside Drive. Among those active in seeking the Congressional nomination of the veteran councilman from the northeast section of Los Angeles, were Arthur Kennedy and Noel Edwards, prominent attorneys and civic leaders in the Thirteenth Congressional District. “Mr. Thrasher has a distinguished record of eleven years in the Counci, during which time he inaugurated and carried through to completion, many progressive and outstanding measures in beha...

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Out For Congress [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942

Out For Congress Local Councilman, who has been making hay in the City Hall, for many years, aspires to seat In Congress at next election. EDWARD L. THRASHER

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John B. Knight Seeks Second Assembly Term [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942

John B. Knight Seeks Second Assembly Term From the headquarters of John B. Knight yesterday came the announcement that thq Assemblyman’s hat was in the ring again for re-election as representative of the 54th district. Despite the fact that names for the assembly job have been scarce to date, voters in the district claim that there will be plenty of names, types, profiles, parties and promises to pick from when election day rolls ’round. According to Knight’s headquarters he has already received the endorsement of several groups, including the 54th District Democratic Club, Young Republicans, and the Republican Assembly. Knight resides in Eagle Rock, where he and Mrs. Knight are bringing up two husky young Americans, Janice Elizabeth, age 7 months, and John 8., 11, age 2 years. JOHN B. KNIGHT

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Ross Announces Early Hour Show [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942

Ross Announces Early Hour Show A new policy that is destined to meet with instant approval was announcerd yesterday by M. K. Ross, manager of the popular Dale Theatre in Glassell Park. Starting tomorrow evening a complete, early evening show will start at five-thirty and finish with keno at nine o’clock, after which another complete show will be offered. Ross predicts that this new policy will serve as an added advantage to parents who wish to bring children and have them home after the show at an early hour.

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Campaign Of Minute Men Closes Theatres Offer To Help In Final Drive For War Bond Pledges [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942

Campaign Of Minute Men Closes Theatres Offer To Help In Final Drive For War Bond Pledges The house-to-house campaign of the Minute Men will end Thursday night, June 4, 'when all volunteer workers turn in their war bond pledges obtained in this manner. Thousands of Minute Men and Women have been knocking on doors all over the Southland. Many times the same door has been knocked on more than once without success no one being home. These absentees run into the thousands, a vast field of untouched bond buyers who have never had a chance to sign a pledge to help Uncle Sam. Through shortage of Minute Men in some districts other thousands were not contacted. Appreciating this situation, and with a generous offer to remedy the matter, Dave Bershon, chairman of the theatre committee of the Minute Men drive, has offered the use of more than 200 theatres in the Los Angeles area in a cleanup campaign. Associated with Bershon in this move are the managers of all the theatres in his group, compri...

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Former Franklin Lad Promoted To First Lieutenant [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942

Former Franklin Lad Promoted To First Lieutenant He has gained distinction as a fighter pilot. He is flying Uncle Sam’s new sleek, fast pursuit planes in “Devil Dunham’s Fighter Command’’ somewhere south of the U. S. A. Robert Costello has been promoted from secdnd to first lieutenant in the Air Force of the United States. He is the son of He graduated from Frank--1 i n High School and attended college at California State Polytech n i c College for several years. He Ap p 1 i e d for Flying Cadet training. He went to the West Point of the Air, Randolph Field, Texas. He completed his advanced training at Kelly Field, San Antonio. After graduation he received his wings, was commissioned a second lieutenant in the Air Force, chosen as a pursuit pilot and sent on foreign duty. ' LT. COSTELLO

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He's Invited [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942

He's Invited Stocky, grinning, hard-as-iron Brig. Gen. “Jimmy” Doolittle who has been invited to Messenger Review here next Sunday. BRIG. GEN. DOOLITTLE

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Friends Honor Little Lady 95 Years 'Young' [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942

Friends Honor Little Lady 95 Years 'Young' Over fifty friends and relatives gathered at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kempf, 5660 Baltimore street, last Monday evening to offer congratulations and best wishes to Mrs. Sarah E. Swinney, mother of Mrs. Kemf, on the occasion of her ninetyfifth birthday. Mrs. Swinney, a sweet little old lady who never complains of her aches and pains, boasts that she can thread a needle quicker than the younger generation and her main hobby is to get out and go places whenever someone will take her. Mrs. Swinney has lived In Highland Park for the past twenty years although she has been a resident of Los Angeles since 1910. She was born in Indiana and as a blushing bride traveled to Missouri in a covered wagon where she lived until coming to California. “My father was Peter Piper,” says Mrs. Swinney, “although I’m not quite sure that he is the Peter Piper who picked a peck of pickled peppers.” In addition to her daughter, Mrs. Kempf, Mrs.- Swinney h...

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Messenger Review Sunday "Jimmy" Doolittle Invited To Act As Reviewing Officer [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942

Messenger Review Sunday "Jimmy" Doolittle Invited To Act As Reviewing Officer An invitation has been extended to Brig. General “Jimmy” Doolittle, to be the reviewing officer of the Civilian Defense Messenger Review on Sunday, June 7th, 2 p.m. at the Franklin High school Athletic field, Avenue 54 and Irvington Place. Civilian Defense heads will also be present. This includes Mayor Fletcher Bowron, Director George Hjelte, Chief of Police C. B. Horrall, Deputy Chief of Police Ross R. McDonald, Rev. S. H. Sayer, St. Barnabas Episcopal Church of Eagle Rock, Community Warden of District No. 2 and Rev. Joseph Alker of St. Ignatius Catholic Church. Captain C. R. Bandle of the Highland Park Police Division will present awards to the company leaders. Plans for the occasion are being developed by Company Leader Pat Billinghurst, student at U.C.L.A., who is being assisted by Company Leaders Thomas King of U.C.L.A., George Crum of Wilson High school, Tom Splander of Lincoln High school, Walter A...

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Local Communities Forgotten Reduction In Light Rates Will Not Benefit This Area [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942

Local Communities Forgotten Reduction In Light Rates Will Not Benefit This Area Although he sent a scorching letter of criticism to the City Council because it had passed an ordinance reducing lighting rates for assessment payers of ornamental street lighting systems, Mayor Fletcher Bowron at the same time permitted the ordinance to which he objected to, go into effect. The mayor had refused to sign the ordinance and by his failure to oppose or approve it, automatically permitted the rate reduction law to become operative. In a 3000-word message explaining his attitude of non-action the mayor said that an examination of the map of the city indicates that the wealthier class of people of the west side of the city will benefit by the rate cut amounting to $142,000 a year while the residents of the east side, Highland Park, Eagle Rock, San Fernando Valley and the harbor district will receive little or no benefit as there are few ornamental lighting systems there. The mayor also critici...

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A PLEDGE FOR AMERICANS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942

A PLEDGE FOR AMERICANS I am a citizen of the oldest republic in existence. 1 am proud of it. 1 take pride in being a free citizen in a free society, but 1 know that the priceless blessing of liberty is not a heritage, but la won afresh or lost by each generation. I therefore pledge myself to all those Americans who have gone before me and to all those who will come after me to do my part and to pass on this Freedom. 1 will listen to no idle rumors. 1 will repeat no destructive gossip. I will support loyally and in friendship all the United Nations who are joined with us in this righteous compact to defeat the Axis powers. I know my country must win this war, and I will conduct myself as if I alone bore the responsibility for the victory of Democracy. In the words of a soldier of other days, "1 will work, I will save, I will sacrifice, 1 will endure, I will fight cheerfully and do my utmost as if the issue of the whole struggle depended on me alone.” I dedicate my self to this cause....

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What Do You Thinkl [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942

What Do You Thinkl Life Blood Thousands of persons today—as you read this—are awaiting their turn in hospital reception rooms and blood procurement centers to give a pint of their blood to protect the lives of America’s fighting men. Thanks to the wizardry of modern medical science, a new method of blood processing has been developed which is saving the lives of thousands of war wounded. Heretofore, it was necessary that the donor’s blood be similar in type to the recipient’s, a requirement that blocked the way to speedy administration of transfusions. Countless lives in World War I could have been saved if this inevitable delay for hospitalization had not been necessary. Overleaping this obstacle, the new method submits the pint of blood to a process which separates the red and white corpuscles from the liquid plasma. Afterwards placed under a temperature of 50 degrees below zero, the plasma is frozen into a solid, and later dried under high vacuum treatment until it is reduced to ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942

Hardware Hundreds of articles that are hard io ge±— Mostly pre-war slock— All at low ceiling prices . . . Tools, household supplies, radios, washers, cleaners. HOLLAND Hardware & Electric 5442 Monte Vista St. Comer of Ave. 55 Open 'fit 8 p.m. VISIT OUR RUG & CARPET DEPARTMENT Before Prices Advance Further y. : : •■■■' ■ m 9’ xl2 f RUGS (Fell) v $13.95 27"x54" RUGS 100% Wool Pile) 3.15 6' x 9' RUGS (100% Wool Pile) 17.50 9' x 7.6 RUGS (100% Wool Pile) 21.95 9' x 9' RUGS (100% Wool Pi1e)...... 26.25 9x10.6 RUGS (100% Wool Pile) 30.35 9' xl 2' RUGS (100% Wool Pile) 31.95 9x13.6 RUGS (100% Wool Pile) 39.95 9'xls' RUGS (100% Wool Pile) 43.75 9' x2l' RUGS (100% Wool Pi1e).....' 61.50 3 U CARPET, Velvet $1.29 yd. up BROADLOOM $1.75 yd. up Buy Now on Our EASY PAYMENT PLAN And Take Advantage of Present Prices K. Von SCHNABEL Linoleum—Shades—Venetian Blinds—Rugs (Open Evenings Till 9 o'Clock) 2414-2416 DALY STREET CA-3388 (Across from Bureau of Power & Ligh...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942

GAS RANGES $ 5B If your old cooking equipment is worn out, and that repair is impractical . . . WE CAN DELIVER A BRAND NEW RANGE IMMEDIATELY. If you have no old equipment to cook with, come in and select your new gas range. Sign a statement to the effect that you have no old equipment at your home and that none is available, and we can make delivery of a new range at once. We have many makes and models for you to select from. HIGHLAND PARK Good Housekeeping Shop 5629 N. Figueroa SI.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942

IT’S TIME TO HAVE YOUR "WALLS CLEANED'' By Machine No Streaks. No Lap Marks. Let, us Brighten and Beautify Your Kitchen and Bath—for Spring. NU-WALL CLEANING CO. CApitol 3771 mSi lib Totidlai. VCM/M, OuU cot\ MEXICAN DINNER Orders to lake out . . . simply Chili Rellenos Chili Colorado Con Came Tacos Beef or Chicken Mexican Pork Steak Dinner En c h iladas. Spanish Rice. Fried Beans. Salad. Hot Rolls. Tortillas and Butter 55c phone and if will be ready for you when you arrive. Came Adobada, Fried Beans, Spanish Rice, Huacamole Salad — 65c North Figuer.O Cafe enchiladas To Take Out CL-6-6857 6711 N. FIGUEROA ST. 808 BEACH, Prop. 2 for 30C

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 4 June 1942

SPECIALS Jumper DRESSES Button front In latest styles & colors. Strutter cloth, crease-resist-ant. Sizes 10-20. Reg. val. $495 $6.95. Special Genuine Strutter Cloth Slack Suits 38 to 44 For the $095 Larger Miss *B' SLACKS Strutter Coth crease resisting. All colors . . all sizes 12 to 20. , Reg. $495 I Val. $6.95 ** Also Gau c ho slacks Reg. Val. $4.95 ( A New Shipment I>ong & Short Sleeve Blouses All styles, sizes and colors. Reg. value $2.49 QUALITY DRESS SHOP 5034 YORK BOULEVARD Next to York Food Market style $7.93 Use Our Friendly Budget Plan

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