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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942

22—Electrical Repairing (Continued) For Dependable Service call AL-0149 22 Years In Highland Park. HOLLAND ELECTRIC SHOP 5634 N. Figueroa AD. 0149 Building Service _ 23 —Upholstering welßon UPHOLSTERING CO. Pry our new purchasing plan on recovering and rebuilding over-stuffed furniture. Custom built furniture now on display. Call us for free estimates. 5237-39 No. Figueroa CL-6-2548 FRED'S UPHOLSTERING Repair, recover, remodel, reas. prices FRED W. DEMKE 5105 Monte Vista AL. 3977 Res. CA. 7437 Send It to A Master For REPAIRING RECOVERING As Long as 12 Months to Pay Free Estimates Also FINE FURNITURE CLEANING ACE UPHOLSTERING CO. 5337 No. Figueroa CL-6-6233 "THE HARDYS" Distinctive Upholstering "RECOVER AND SAVE 50%" Time Payments XI Desired 4767 York Blvd. AL-2808 25—Rug Cleaning SHAMPOO RUG & UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS. CL-6-4329 ARTISTIC RUG CLEANERS We Clean and Recover Furniture 4574 No. Figueroa CA-3445 For Sale 33—Miscellaneous for Sale NEW 1942 ABC, Easy, Dexter. Maytag....

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942

Real Estate Rea! Estate 58 —Houses For Sale 58—Houses For Sale (j ) The Safest Investment This Year As In The Past Tli Be REAL ESTATE 34—Household Goods For Exchange (Continued) RECONDITIONED RADIOS 5-tube table model $ 6.95 9-tube Packard-Bell $ 8.00 9- Majestic $15.00 9-tube Spartan $lO.OO 8-tube R.C.A. table model $10.93 8-tube Majestic console $15.00 10- G.E. table model $27.50 11- Philco console —529.50 All in Good Condition Holland Elec. Shop 5634 N. Figueroa. AL-0149 TYPEWRITER $llO Remington only $19.00 ROGNSTAD’S We Rent and Repair All Makes 5159 York Blvd. CL-6-2532 Easy Agitator type $32.d0 Thor Porcelain tub washer $27.50 $l5O Universal $49.50 Large Stock of New Washers THOR - EASY - MAYTAG - BENDIX Lowest Prices and Terms One-fifth down—lB months on Balance HOLLAND ELECTRIC 5634 N. Figueroa. AL-0149 SPEED QUEEN washing machine. Late model. Perfect condition $27.30 3552 Eagle Rock Blvd. NEW BEDROOM set. $27.50. Includes bed, vanity, vanity mirror, large chest, and vanity...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942

58—Houses For Sale (Continued) HOME AND INCOME Double stuco bungalow, 4 rooms and 3 rooms, on large level lot only 1 block to car and stores. Income from long time tenants now only $42, but can be Increased to $5O. It Is all yours for only $3OOO and $lOOO cash will handle, with monthly payments of $2O. AND If you Want a real bargain see this 4 room frame hillside home for only $l5OO. It is plastered, has concrete foundation and on a concrete street, one block to school. Requires $750 cash, $l5 month. ) AND All properties previously advertised have been sold. I can use a good licensed Real Estate Salesman and Saleslady to take care of ready prospects and properties. RUSS GREEN COMPANY REALTORS—INSURANCE—NOTARY 4000 Eagle Rock Blvd. AL-4998 NEW NEW NEW You will like this one. 5 large rooms among new homes, tile bath and stall showers. Has a nice view, fireplace and private patio, etc. Must be seen to be appreciated. F.H.A. terms. 5 ROOM HOME NEAR Eagle Rock Hi School. Cor. lot; house ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942

58—Houses for Sale Continued $3OO DOWN. Like new. 5-rm. home, 6132 Annan Way. It's open. Has fireplace. CHAS. B. THROOP 5905 York Blvd. AL-9928 REAL BARGAIN All cash to owner. Loan available for $lOOO. Fully furnished 4-rm. frame house. 2 bedrm. Level lot 40x140 on corner $2lOO including furniture. 5440 York. 4-ROOM frame Lot 90x270. Newly painted, very clean. Apply 2916 Elm St. 60 —Income Properly 6 UNITS —$113 monthly income. Cash price $5BOO. See Earl C. Brunner, jeweler. 5054 York Blvd. 62 —Lois & Lands 7 ACRES in Highland Park. $5500. $750 down. Cost $24,000. 7c carfare. One mile private road. Partly fenced. Panoramic view. Variety of trees, and oak. Owner, WAlnut 7100. 64. Real Eslale for Exchange FIVE~ROOMsT'T /N bedrooms^~H~ S 'w! floors. Lot 50x105; paved streets; center of Montrose. Clear. Trade for same In this vicinity. FOUR ROOMS, 2 bedrooms, tile features, H. W. floors; 1-car garage. Level lot, 50x135 —in Montebello Park. Clear trade for this vicinity. TWO ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942

DIRECTORY of SPECIALIZED SERVICES n Awnings Los \ Angeles ' Awning AL-2633 Co. _ Window Shades /Venetian Blinds YORK Linoleums Awnings Distributors Loa Angeles Pasadena Alhambra Phone ALbany 8196 KELLOGG SYSTEM Licensed Advertising Distributors 6027 North Figueroa St. Los Angeies. California We Cover Southern California Night Phone: Cl. 16132 Attornevs MIER & SCHAFER LAW OFFICE Millard M. Mier William C. Schapcr Room 204 5603 N. FIGUEROA ALbany 0147 Chiropractors Hours 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. Mon.. Wed. & Fri. Eves. 6 to b DR. HENRY TIMPE, D C Painless - Drugless Melhods 17 Years In the Highland Park Dlst. 6152 York Blvd. Los Angeles AL-2143 Drugs Call ALbany 0157 For Complete Drug Store Service HIGHLAND PARK DRUG CO. Established 1903 563 9 North Figueroa Street Prompt Free Delivery Garages We Repair All Makes Of Automobiles Reasonable Prices ORVILLE S. SWANSON Automotive Service 5701 York Blvd. CL. 6-9541 Official Brake Station 1146 Jewelers Watches-Clocka J ewelr...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942

★ ★ ★ FRESH Produce •No diet is complete without adequate supplies of fresh fruits and vegetables to provide the food values so essential in maintaining good health. Serve at least one citrus fruit, one green and one yellow vegetable daily. Make your selections here where you get flavor-fresh quality at budget prices. Eat Quality Foods It * IT to 1 You’ll Win jm • Winning a war goes deeper than aiming a gun and pulling the trigger. It starts with every tiny detail in the daily lives of the 17 persons that' stand behind every man with a gun. Good food is vital to the health of your part of that 17 and we have made it our duty to supply known quantity foods at prices that will defend your i budget. pirhJl ★ ★ A TOP-TEST MEATS • When buying meat, the only real economy is to buy quality because it assures a delightful flavor that' is remembered long after price is forgotten. That doesn’t mean that you should spend a lot of money for meat. There’s a right price for everything and you can...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942

“KEEP FLYING” “Keep ’em Flying” pertains to our flags, the wheels of industry, workers’ hands, and all of our activities ... as well as airplanes. The war department desires people everywhere to use the phrase “Keep ’em Flying” as an everyday expression of felicity and high morale. DEFENSE INFORMATION CENTER The Defense Information Center, established and sponsored by the Glassell-Cypress Coordinating Council (No. 90), will be maintained for the duration in our Market. Mrs. Kenneth Lynch, appointed director of the Defense Information Center by the council at its last meeting, has charge of the volunteer workers who will work in relays of three hours each. Hours will be from 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. Under supervision of Defense Agencies, all information desired by local residents regarding matters pertaining to Public Welfare will be given at the desk by volunteer workers. The phone number is CL. 6-9281. Floyd Berton Boice, Environment Chairman. Buy Defense Stamps at Our Market Quick-Fix Fo...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942

" I. Pi*'. Contains Plenty of Tasty CORNED BEEF CORNED BEEF HASH 19* Serve with All Hot Breads—So Smooth I APPLE BUTTER 11* Adds Zest to Any Meal! PICKLES MoBt Varletlesl hot* - 12^ HAKCRY COOPS nivrn ALL OF OUR BAKERY DhRCU products are baked HERE IN OUR SANITARY BAKERY IN OUR MARKET. Pineapple SQUARES 3 ta lo‘ DELICIOUS ICED LARGE ANGEL FOOD CAKES 50 0 Cocoanut and Lemon CREAM PIES 29 Saturday Only— THREE’LAYER BANANA CREAM CAKE KING'S 29 : : mems w&vr | HIGH GLEE I BOURBON 90 PROOF 09 4 YRS. OLD PINT SAVE MONEY BUY BULK WINES OLD QUAKER BOURBON pm 66 2 FULL QUART

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KNIGHT LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942

KNIGHT LETTER By Assemblyman John B. Knighi The Assembly voted recessed tonight until December 7, 1942 without coming to a conclusion on the State Guard bill. There were only two reasons we couldn’t get together. (1) The Governor wanted a blank check for $17,500,000.00 to spend as he saw fit, and (2) we couldn’t agree on the pay of the privates in the State Guard. A substantial majority of the* assembly thought that the state guard privates should be paid the same as men of the same rank in the regular army, ($21.00 per month) except that for the first 30 days they should be paid $2.00 per day. The Governor’s assemblymen insisted that the privates should receive $2.00 per day for as long as they served. This together with their maintenance of $1.20 per day cash would amount to $lOO.OO per month. In other words, the question was, should we pay our sons who are giving up their lives in the sticky heat and malaria infested jungles of the orient and and the Icy frozen north less than th...

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Saint Bernard's School Dedicated By Archbishop [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942

Saint Bernard's School Dedicated By Archbishop In a spirit of religious and patriotic dignity and devotion St. Bernard’s School, conducted by the Sisters of Charity at West Avenue 33 and Verdugo Road, was dedicated Sunday afternoon by Archbishop John J. Cantwell. The ceremonies were marked by a procession led l 'y the Cross with an American Flag on either side. A Boy Scout troop from Highland Park followed with Scout flags. Next came a group of women of the church Altar Society, preceded by a banner bearing a picture of the Blessed Mother of Christ. Behind them came 135 children of the school, which comprises the first to the eighth grades. These were followed by 18 priests assisting Archbishop John J. Cantwell and his deacons of honor. The archbishop’s deacons of honor were Fathers Timothy O’Keefe and Anthony Kelly.

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Wenatchee Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942

Wenatchee Picnic Former residents of Wenatchee, Washington will hold their annual picnic on Sunday* January 25, at Sycamore Grove, 470? North Figueroa Street, Los Angeles. Come early, bring picnic baskets. Luncheon will be served at noon. That Friendly Chap May Tell a Jap

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Record Crowd Expected at Cathedral Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942

Record Crowd Expected at Cathedral Sunday Streamlined for National Defenses, the Sixth Annual Assem bly of the Holy Name Union and more than 3000 leading Catholic laymen of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles will fil ISt. Vib; ana’s Cathedral at the 8 o’clock Mass next Sunday morning, January 25, to pray for the success of America., 205 Holy Name Par ish Societies will be represented, it was announced by Right Rev. Msgr. Michael O’Gorman, Archliocesan Director. Strikingly a military note, officers and men from the'armed forces of the United States will take part in these exercises at which John J. Cantwell, D.D. Archbishop of Los Angeles will officiate. After mass a meeting will be held in the Blltmore Bowl with Justice Thomas P. White presiding, at this meeting the Arch bishop will deliver his annual j message to Holy Name leaders Monsignor O’Gorman will give; the invocation and extend greetings to those assembled. That Friendly Chap May Tell a Jap

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Coordinating Council Explains How To Help [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942

Coordinating Council Explains How To Help In this time of national emergency what are you doing for your country? The Glassell-Cy-press Co-ordinating Council is interested in making it possible for every citizen in the district to contribute something toward defense. This is certainly the hour for high endeavor and self sacrifice. There are so many little things to do —things which build up that intangible spirit we call morale. Willingness to give up our time and our pleasure for the benefit of others. Join classes i first aid, in fire-fighting even if it means losing a pleasant evening at bridge or missing a movie. Cut down on Sunday driving without grousing, and spend that extra cash on a stamp. Prove that in a democracy the people can willingly, and quickly disciplin themselves in doing those things which will make us a strong and efficient nation.

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Mrs. Wm. Thost to Entertain Today [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942

Mrs. Wm. Thost to Entertain Today Mrs. William Thost, president of Delevan Drive Parent-Teach-er Association will entertain at a luncheon at her home, 4034 Sommers Avenue, Thursday, January 22, at 11:00 a.m. After luncheon a special Board meeting will be held to discuss important affairs to come. All Board members are urgently requested to be present.

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FIRST AID CLASS BY TECHNOCRATS [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942

FIRST AID CLASS BY TECHNOCRATS A First Aid Class is held at Section 1, R.D. 11834, Technocra- i cy Inc., 2666 Pasadena Avenue, each Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m., ■ with Dr. L. N. Schober as instructor. The course, which will consist of 20 lessons, 10 theory and 10 practice, is in its third week. It is not too late to enter. There is no fee attached, and all those interested are welcome to attend.

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Mary Kilcommon Weds E. J. Riffle, Yuma Wedding [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942

Mary Kilcommon Weds E. J. Riffle, Yuma Wedding In a double ring ceremony at Immaculate Conception Church in Yuma, Arizona, last Sunday, Mary A. Kilcommon was married to Edward J. Riffle. , Bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Kilcommon of 329 Cypress street, Pasadena. The groom’s mother, Mrs. Jean Deemer, resides at 6431 Monterey Road, Highland Park. Breakfast for the bridal party was held in El Centro. After a short trip to northern California, the groom will report for Army duty.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 22 January 1942

PROPERTY OWNERS ATTENTION! Save Costly Painting! NOW YOU CAN HAVE YOUR KITCHEN CLEANED By this Marvelous New MACHINE PROCESS * Saves Redecorating 9 No Streaks or Lap Marks 9 Right Solution Important 9 No Dripping Water or Suds 9 Why Break Your Own Back? PRE-SPRING CLEANING SPECIAL ON KITCHEN & BATH Don't Delay Phone Today! NO OBLIGATION FOR FREE ESTIMATES NV-WALL CLEANING CO. CA-3771 George E. Hadden Income Tax Work Accounting, Part-Time Bookkeeping 1025 N. Highland GL. 8788 1056 / a N. Ave. 51 AL. 2362 Specials Good Thru [ Sunday! U. S. Government Graded Steet CHICKEHFRIED s®SE ste -m S' 1 JrT.n ”a. g ‘ K ° l W* Whipped Cream * Fountain s Pf„res* Los Compton. Glenaaie. mum gsEEsnmsm& Prices good while stocks last . . . Limit rights reserved 10c Tajma ORIENTAL INCENSE Box 21 Cones : HollyWOOd. Choice of four exotic fragrances! Tru-Flavot APPLE CIDER /# Gallon Jug 49 s Real old _ .. k fashioned X’vS ..sweet flavor 1 Trial Size — Fleet’s Chap Stick Makes Lips L...

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