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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
Automobiles 84—Automobiles For Sale (Continued) 1941 STUDEBAKER 6 Champion Cus- : tom Coupe. 8620 miles. Terms or trade. CL-6-9489. 1941 HUDSON Custom 6. nearly new' (Payments $27.50 per month). Sell or trade equity for car, lot. diamond, or what have you? CL-6-4126. 1938 PONTIAC 6 DeLuxe Sedan. Beautiful Brigade blue—original factory "“ten! Very low mileage. Payments $30.63 per month. C. M. Peterson. 5100 No. Figueroa St. 1935 CHEVROLET Master 6. just refinished in Dove Grey duco. $lB per month payments. CL-6-9453. DIRECTORY of SPECIALIZED SERVICES Awnings LiiuuW Los \ Angeles ' A Awning y~&gt;} Co* - *. Window Shades /Venetian Blinds 4433-35 YORK Linoleums AL-2622 Awnings Distributors Los Angeles • Pasadena ■ Alhambra Phons ALbany 8196 KELLOGG SYSTEM Licensed Advertising Distributors 6027 North Figueroa St. Los Angeles, California We Cover Southern California Night Phone: CL. 16132 Attorneys MIER &amp; SCHAFER LAW OFFICE Millard M. Mier William C. Schaper Room 204 ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
DEADLINE TIME FOR CLASSIFIED ADS 3 P. M. WEDNESDAY Save Money—Pay Cash Al Our Counter WntN LTi TH'Jr » cr-r-ack^ w iLLiorr. ’ THINK OF PHONE AL.0159 6060 N. FIGUEROA There's real danger in falling through ihe ice, but there’s no danger of us ever falling down on the job of moving you carefully, quickly and reasonably. Our reputation for dependability is based on performance! Moving PACKING, SHIPPING, STORAGE zasEßi Ask About Our Free Vacation Storage AL-0159 6060 North Figueroa Eve &amp; Sun. AL-9264 Optometrists J. H. DANCY #aDis| opt. d. Optometrist Eyes Examined - Glasses Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed 16 Years in H. P. New Location 5566 Vi N. Figueroa CLeveland 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-1811 Water Heaters—Repairs Contracting Pat H. Connors Co. 4667V2 YORK BLVD. Nlghi Phone: AL-3361 AL-576...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
★ ★ ★ ★ * * * Welch « 23* I Q * 42* flO«? ,l Lbs. 4.9 250 Lbs. KARO ONE FLOUR for mar famiiy RAKING PURPOSE I ENRICHED 98 -45* RICH IN DEXTROSE BLUE LABEL No. 1H No. S 130 350 RED LABEL No. 1H No. 5 I4c 38c MAITIO MUK CONTAINS VITAMINS A.B.A® MIMS INSTANTIT NEW LOW PRICE SC 290 U. CAN ■KServe your home, your family, your country—and keep America free I Cooperate with the government in its plan for defense, for greater health, for elimination of waste. Plan your meals carefully—be sure they are well balanced and nutritious. Do not prepare too much food, but when there are left-overs, see that they are used the following day. FOOD IS VITAL TO DEFENSE and we offer quality foods and home needs at prices that leave change for the purchase of Defense Saving Stamps. -K * WHEAT OERM WHEAT GERM Rich In Essential Vitamins! IM-Xb. Pkg. 25* BISKIT MIX Large Pkg. 270 GRAPE JUICE • For Pep and Energy I Schilling COFFEE Drip or Res. can 29* Guarantees Satisfaction 2-lb. | can 56* •KMARTINELLI Gold...
i KNIGHT LETTER By Assemblyman John B. Knight I [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
i KNIGHT LETTER \ By Assemblyman John B. Knight I On December 18, we met in the Governor’s office to get a preview of the program he had for the California State Guard. He said he needed $37,000,000 for the State Guard and $10,000,000 for his emergency .fund. He told us he needed 25,000 men, plus 1,500 officers above the rank of sergeant. For example: There were to be 13 colonels at ■ 7 ®56,596 per year each, 39 lieute-nant-colonels at $5,700 per year each, 312 captains at $4,032 per year each, 478 first lieutenants at $3,348 per year each, 580 second lieutenants at $2,340 each, and 13 warrant officers at $2,472 each. Neither he nor the general of the State Guard could tell us where or when these men were to be used. All they could say was that the figure of $37,000,000 and 26,500 men was a gooa starting place. There are now a minimum of 25,000 men in the Los Angeles Auxiliary Police. I asked Gen eral Donovan what he thought the State Guard would do. He told me they would patrol. I ...
How’s Your Health? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
How’s Your Health? By Dr. Roy D. Kohl There seems to be an impression with most people that it is easy to have a child by Cesarean operation. Your doctor will tell you that there are certain indications for performing a Cesarean operation, that lacking these indications, a person runs a greater risk than is necessary for the purpose of having a baby, a process which is normal and natural. Provided the heart, lungs, and kidneys are in good shape and pelvic measurements are adequate, the developments in the course of labor may be the deciding factor for a Cesarean The doctor will, during the entire time of his attendance, be watchful for those conditions indicating other than usual care. To have a Ceserean simply to avoid pain or for the purpose of doing additional surgery at the same time, is not considered good judgment, and your doctor will probably advise against it. The Cesarean operation is spectacular and may be life-saving for both mother and child, but carries a greater risk ...
Dr. Lee W. Paul to Address P.-T.A. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
Dr. Lee W. Paul to Address P.-T.A. Health is the topic for the Fletcher Drive P.-T.A. meeting to be held Thursday, January 15, at 2 p.m. in the school auditorium. Dr. Lee W. Paul will be the guest speaker for the afternoon. His subject will be influence and social diseases. A magazine skit will be presented by the board members of the Fletcher Drive P.-T.A. A social hour will follow the meeting with Mrs. L. C. Dickey and Mrs. Carl D. Allmon, being hostesses for the afternoon.
Toland Way Defense Council Goes to Work [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
Toland Way Defense Council Goes to Work The Toland Way Defense Council, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Mildred White, have made arrangements to put. all forces in that community into active operation. A Red Cross unit is open in Room 12 of the school, and in addition, plans are being made to organize an adult training group. Workers are needed to get out extra bulletins, take care of cards, and other items that may arise in an emergency. Volunteers may enlist their services at the Toland Way School. A Slip of the Lip May Give a Spy a Tip
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
Nobody likes to drive on wet streets. No matter how good your tires and brakes may be there's always the chance that the "other fellow" is not so well equipped. When your windshield is streaming water and the streets are slippery you're driving under unusual strain - and there's a potential accident at every comer. We're not trying to scare you - you know these things anyway, but we just want to point out that you can save that worry and danger by riding streetcars and coaches. Relax! Read your paper! Let it rain! PROPERTY OWNERS and HOUSEWIVES ATTENTION! Now you can have your KITCHEN CLEANED by this marvelous new MACHINE PROCESS SAVES PAINTING NO STREAKS OR LAPS RIGHT SOLUTION IMPORTANT NO DRIPPING WATER WHY BREAK YOUR BACK? Call now for free estimates Mu-Wall Cleaning Co. CA-3771
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 15 January 1942
DR. B. SCHWARTZ Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 5224 No. Figueroa St. Albany 4201 George E. Hadden Income Tax Work Accounting, Part-Time Bookkeeping 1025 N. Highland GL. 8788 1056 '/s N. Ave. 51 AL. 2362 Oilcloth Covered POT HOLDER SETS 2 Holders and Container Assorted colors and designs to choose. Must have coupon. Void after January 18. CUT RATE DRUG STORES Tftid-Cifo COUPON Pamphlet Rules of Gin Rummy Endorsed by Association of American Playing 'Card Manufacturers. Enjoy the game by knowing the rules. Limit one ( to adults only with this coupon while they las: Void after January 18th. No Purchase Necessary: " “V Red Above Normal! CORNELL FEVER THERMOMETER VniuaStc COUPON Regular 69c Gilbert's CITRATES &amp; CARBONATES 8-ounce Bottle Granular effervescent ... an aid to relief of stomach discomforts. With coupon. Void after Jan. 18th. Valuable COUPON Regular 10c Pair CHILDREN'S PLAY SOCKS Sizes 4 to 9 Cotton socks in half, ankle or boby styles. Coupon void after J...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
"Freedom Is Something America Can No Longer Take For Granted, But Must Fight for" Pa *• k losi^^M)ispatch 5125 Yorkßlvd. HIGHLAND PARK GLASSELL PARK SAGAMORE PARK CYPRESS PARK MOUNT WASHINGTON Albanu 0193 VOLUME VI- -NUMBER 19. A Friendly, Neighborly Newspaper Sincerely Devoted to the Best Interests of These Communities LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, JANUARY 22, 1942 FIVE CENTS A COPY
The Sage Says; [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 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 scribblings. Every time this country engages in a war there arises an army of profiteers to fatten upon the citizens. They were the purveyors of rations for our ragged troops at Valley Forge; they sent the weasly hardtack to the blue clad armies in the Civil war; they fed the troopers of San Juan Hill the embalmed beef; and now they are getting in their deadly work in this time of need. The way we sense this fact Is by the advances in commodities for civilian consumption. We pay maybe 45 cents per pound for questionable round steaks, and you buyers at the markets can all fill out the list of holdups to suit yourselves. XXX The tough steaks should be turned over to the tire makers for retreads, and then we could ship in some of the Argentine beef at prices that woul...
Over 500 Attend Big Mass Meeting Thursday Night [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
Over 500 Attend Big Mass Meeting Thursday Night In response to an appeal In last Thursday’s Post-Dispatch, over 500 men and women of this area turned out last Thursday night for the local American Legion Post’s big community-wide civilian defense mass meeting, held at the Legion hall, 227 North Avenue 55. Out of the meeting, as definite evidence of Highland Park’s appreciation of the importance of civilian defense work, came an unanticipated, spontaneous reaction—the donation of $60.89 toward construction of a “look-out station” atop th&amp; Legion clubhouse. Work on the structure will be started this week, announced Commander Howard Stanton, with two anonymous carpenters who attended last Thursday night’s meeting offering to donate their services. When that fact was brought out during last Thursday night’s meeting, Percy T. Smith, president of the Highland Park Realty board, offered a donation of $25 on behalf of his organization. George Converse, in charge of the air raid ...
Bill Rock Loses Butcher—U. S. Gets a Soldier [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
Bill Rock Loses Butcher —U. S. Gets a Soldier Bill Rock, popular owner of the meat department bearing his name in the Save-More market, 5612 North Figueroa Street, was bemoaning the loss of one of his prize meat cutters yesterday when Harold Rollett, who has been employed by the market for the past three years, decided to do his bit by joining the armed forces of Uncle Sam. “Harold was one of my best men,” Bill said, "and while I dislike losing him, I’m proud that he is ready to do his part in the defense of our country.”
Highland Park Ebell Club Hostess To Large Group Here Last Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
Highland Park Ebell Club Hostess To Large Group Here Last Tuesday By Mrs. Harry D. Anderson Special honor was bestowed upon the Highland Park Ebell Club last Tuesday, when it had the privilege of acting as hostess to the Los Angeles district council, California Federation of Women’s clubs at the Fox Highland Theatre. Promptly at 10 a.m. the meeting was called to order : Mrs. C. H. Oneal. The stage of the theatre was artistically decorated by members of the Highland Park Ebell club reception committee under the direction of Mrs. Audra Jones. / Invocation was by Rev. Henry Sears Thomson, pastor of the Highland Park Presbyterian Church, community singing was led by J. Arthur Lewis. Mrs. W. M. Crandall, hostess president, for the day, presented George McClay, president Highland Park Chamber of Commerce who gave a cordial welcome to the visiting clubs to the community. Mrs. W. W. Slayden was among the past presidents of the district introduced and who gave greetings to the district on it...
Many More Men Join Holy Name At St. Ignatius [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
Many More Men Join Holy Name At St. Ignatius St. Ignatius Holy Name Society’s membership drive paid dividends according to figures tabulated at the meeting and Communion held Sunday, January 11, at the church and parish hall, Monte Vista and Avenue 61. Three hundred and ten men were welcomed as new members. Frank Meyers, president, also revealed that 400 received Holly Communion at the 7 o’clock Mass and 110 partook of breakfast at the meeting which followed in the parish hall. Among the plans discussed for 1942 was the establishing a fund for the beautification and modernization of the interior of St. Ignatius Church. The Society also will stand by for orders from Archbishop John J. Cantwell for any orders concerning national defense and Catholic action.
Defense Office Established In King's Market [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942
Defense Office Established In King's Market That citizens in the GlassellCypress district can get things done in a hurry, was proved last week when a meeting was called, resulting in the attendance of 47 citizens at the Glassell Park Baptist Church. School principals, ministers, business men from the large industrial plants, and members of the P.-T. A. met together to discuss defense needs of the district. As a result of the meeting, a defense information center has been established in King’s Food Market at 3500 Eagle Bock boulevard. This center will be under the direction of Mrs. Kenneth Lynch, who will have charge of the volunteer workers in relays of three hours each. The telephone number at the defense center for any information is CL-6-9281.