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SPRINKLE IN A.M. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942

SPRINKLE IN A.M. Early morning is the best time to sprinkle the lawn. A thorough wetting is best. It promotes deep, healthy roots in contrast to the shallow root system of grass lightly dampened.

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Civilian Defense Educational Program [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942

Civilian Defense Educational Program In intensified efforts to disseminate proper information with regard to what the public must do in event of alerts, blackouts and other civilian defense measures, leaders in the civilian defense movement are meeting to arrange special educational programs through every communication channel. Above, left to right, Joe Crail, Sheriff Eugene W. Biscailuz, and Harold W. Kennedy, director of the Los Angeles County Defense Council. Both Sheriff Biscailuz and Director Kennedy are participating in the Joe Crail “Meet Another American” broadcasts, with instructive talks on the general activities of all civilian defense groups.

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“Our Founders” Is Theme of Luther Burbank P.-T.A. Meet [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942

“Our Founders” Is Theme of Luther Burbank P.-T.A. Meet “Our Founders” will be the theme of the Luther Burbank P.-T.A. meeting, Tuesday, February 3, at 2:00 p.m. Several girls, under the direction of Mrs. Katherine Lewis, drama teacher, will present a Candle Lighting Ceremony. Mr. Sidney XI. Good, former Principal of Luther Burbank will present the past pressidents of our association. A speaker from the Defense Council of Los Angeles, will discuss our part in defense and answer questions. Mrs. Esther McNamara, President of Garvanza P,-T.A., will be honorary hostess.

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Townsend Clubs To Meet This Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942

Townsend Clubs To Meet This Sunday Affiliated Towsend Clubs of the Thirteenth District will hold the usual Sunday afternoon meeting, February 1, at 2 o’clock in the American Legion hall, 227 North Avenue 55. Devotional Services will be read by Rev. Patterson of Garvanza Congregational church, music will be rendered by the choir of the same church. The meeting will begin at 2:30. It Is urged that members and friends attend this meeting and give our guests a cordial welcome. Mrs. Anna Kuttner, of Club No. 10 will be chairman of the day. It is expected that Dr. Townsend will speak on February 22 at this same adress. Watch this paper for further news of the meeting.

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Urge Protection Of Use Tax Stamp [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942

Urge Protection Of Use Tax Stamp With motorists keeping an "eagle eye’’ against theft of tires, the Automobile Club of Southern California has advised extreme caution also against the loss of the $2.09 Federal use tax stamp and cover strips for license plates. After imprinting your motor number upon the face of the Federal auto tax stamp and placing It in the lower right comer of the windshield.—facing the interior of the vehicle—the motorist, as a precautionary move, should coat the stamp with shellac or clear lacquer. Such a protective coat would make a “clean’ ’theft of the stamp an impossibility for it could not be scraped from the windshield as a single unit. As a safeguard against theft of license plate covers, the Auto Club suggests motorists hammer the back of the bolts holding the covers in place to make the pilfering process a “tough one.” Use of rivets where additional holes are bored into the cover strips Is frowned upon because rust and wear will tend to cause the paint...

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rv bathing suit [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942

rv bathing suit Veronica Lake, blonde temptress, wears a bathing suit for the first time on the screen in “Sullivan's Travels.” Always before, her trim legs have been covered by long dresses.

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How’s Your Health? [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942

How’s Your Health? By Dr. Roy D. Kohl A traveler to Palestine once made the remark on his return that he discovered he was east of sanitary plumbing'. It is a remarkable thing that many of us do not appreciate how profound this one benefit of civilization has been, particularly in the United States, where we are said to have more bath tubs per capita than ahy other country. There is no justification for uncleanliness regardless of one’s financial status, still we have occassionally a case of typhoid fever, which disease, depends entirely on its dissemination, on the diseased person’s lack of care, or of his attendant’s carelessness in the disposal of personal waste products. Therefore, dispite the fact that typhoid is relatively infrequent because of our enlightened government’s attention to the source and character of the water supplied to the public, everyone should be careful in the use of unboiled water In areas where contamination may occur. I am thinking particularly of huntin...

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AFTER WEDDING [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942

AFTER WEDDING Most stories end with a wedding, but Preston Sturges’ “The Palm Beach Story,” opens with Claudette Colbert and Joel Me Crea being married then goes into the real story.

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The Man At the Keyhole By Operative WB [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942

The Man At the Keyhole By Operative WB That new federal auto tax stamp is causing all kinds of uproar, it seems. For instance, when the federal government announced that the stamps should be placed on the windshields of all taxpayers’ automobiles, It ran amuck in a big way. Twenty-three states forbid any stickers on windshields. And then, to make a bad matter ridiculous, the manufacturer of the stamps put the stickum on the back instead of the face, so that the stamps have to be placed on the OUTSIDE of the windshield. What a business! Ready to circulate, and soon to hit' the streets, are petitions for an act which would guarantee all union men the secret ballot in voting on strike issues. And the man who wears a union button, our spy advises, will be the first to vote for it. Uncle Sam can’t cut into California’s sources of State revenue —not if Fred E. Stewart of the State Board of Equilization can prevent it. Mr. Stewart, who only recently won one bout for California taxpayers in...

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Washington Irving P.-T.A. Breakfast [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942

Washington Irving P.-T.A. Breakfast The Washington Irving P.-T.A. board are planning a come as you are breakfast in February. Cost of the breakfast will be 15 cents. This money will be used for a life membership. The breakfast will be at the home of Mrs. Melvin La Bara, president, 3351 Garden avenue. First aid classes will start the first Wednesday in March from 1:00 to 3:30 p.m. in Bungalow 1, Mrs. Grace Pruitt will be the instructor. That friendly chap may (ell a .Tap,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942

M THE AMERICAN RED CROSS w evacuation, housing and feeding of soldierssailors and marines in stricken areas. The go- between in welfare between the man in service and his family at home. i THERE IS NO WORTHIER cause, if 67 €res $ e ’ £ ESTABLISHED 1911 * fo, 1 THE GREAT LEDGER FATHER TIME is a conscientious keeper of the Book of Life. The names of his children are entered therein with the good deeds they’ve done . . . the joy they’ve brought. When the last episode or someone you have loved is recorded in Father Time’s ledger, Cresse’s Funeral Service is ready to help you close that chapter with fitting dignity and every tribute of consideration of which a passing life is worthy. UNEXCELLED SERVICE AND NONE LESS EXPENSIVE 4824 EAGLE HOCK BLVD. 5860 N. FIGUEROA ST, EAGLE ROCK REDWOOD CHAPEL CLeveland 6-2211 HIGHLAND PARK LOS ANGELES ALbany 0166

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942

DR. B. SCHWARTZ Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 5224 N. Figueroa St. ALbany 4201 IMPORTANT CHANGES IN TRAIN SCHEDULES! Effective January 2Sih, Union Pacific train schedules are as follows: LOS ANGELES LIMITED EASTBOUND—No. 38 WESTBOUND—No. 37 LV. Pasadena 7:26 P.M. LV. Chicago 9:00 P.M, AR. Chicago 8:30 A.M. AR. Pasadena 8:20 A.M. THE CHALLENGER EASTBOUND —No. 8 WESTBOUND—No. 7 LV. Pasadena 7:25 P.M. LV. Chicago 9:10 P.M. AR. Chicago 8:36 A.M. AR. Pasadena 8:20 A.M. THE PACIFIC LIMITED EASTBOUND—No. 24 WESTBOUND —No. 23 LV. Pasadena 10:30 A.M. LV. Chicago 10:00 A.M. AR. Chicago 7:00 A.M. AR. Pasadena 10:50 P.M. STREAMLINERS—"CITY OF LOS ANGELES" Sailings from Los Angeles Every Third Day No Change In Schedule. for complete Information T. L. VOGEL, General Agent, Pasadena see your nearest Union 205 W. Colorado. Phono SYcamore 2-4107 Pacific representative. LOS ANGELES: 434 West Sixth Street Telephone TBinity 9211 The ‘Progressive UNION PACIFIC BAILROAO

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942

J'T! ► < ■lidlii ■mil I; iiiiiii. SPECIAL ONE WEEK ONLY Hand, 3 views $1.50 Foot, 3 view's 1,50 Elbow, 3 views 1.50 Knee, 3 views 1.75 Shoulder 1.75 Chest 3.00 Eungs 3.00 Sinus, per film 1.75 Skull 1.75 Mastoid, both sides 3.00 Pelvis 2.00 Stomach (Barium meal) 3 films 5.00 Barium Aeneraa 3.35 Gall Bladder, per film .... 1.75 Kidney 2.00 Appendix (Barium meal) per film 2.00 PREGNANCY TEST (Aschheim Zondek) (By Rabbit) llimmm REDUCING Medicated Vapor Rath and Massage, by our own method. $3.00 per treatment. Course of 10 treatments, $15.00. COLONICS $1.50 per treatment. Course of 8 treatments, $lO.OO. Fever Treatments $3.00 per treatment. Course of 10 treatments $35.00. Wonderful treatment for Rheumatism, Arthritis, Sinus Infection, Lumbago, Pleurisy, Venereal Diseases. Don’t fail to take advantage of these drastically reduced prices now. Under present conditions, offer may never be repeated. MELRENE LARORATORIES Suite 1331, Rives Strong Building 112 West 9th St, VAndyke 34...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942

Income Tax Forms Carefully Typed W. D. CRAIGMILE 5212 No. Figueroa St. CA. TIB7B CL. 68050

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HILBORN [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942

HILBORN Mrs. Otillie Hilborn of 381 Shults St. passed away Jan. 26th. Mis. Hilborn was a native of Kansas having lived in this community for 21 years. She leaves her son. Emmett D. Hilborn. and 3 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at Cresse’s Highland Park Chapel Friday. Jan. 30th at 1 p.m. The interment will take place in Forest Lawn Cemetery.

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OBITUARIES [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942

OBITUARIES MUCKERHEID Mrs. Lell Muckerheid passed away at her home. 1904 Addison Way. Jan. 25. Mrs. Muckerheid, who was 74 years of age, was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, having lived in this community for 18 years. She leaves 2 sisters, Mrs. Celia Horner of Los Angeles, Mrs. Sarah Wright of Clinton. Ohio; 2 granddaughters, Mrs. Helen Arbogast, Mrs. Marian Hunter; 2 grandsons, Jack and Srgt. William Foots, and a niece, Catherine Wright. Rosary services were held at Cresse’s Highland Park Chapel Jan. 26th and Requeium Mass at St. Ignatius Church Jan. 27th, with Interment following in Calvary Cemetery. RUSSELL Funeral services for Marlon Frank Russell were held at Cresse’s Highland Park Chapel Jan. 22nd, with interment following in Grand View Cemetery. Mr. Russell, who resided at 4441 Portola Ave., was 64 years old and a native of lowa, having lived in Los Angeles for 20 years. His survivors are his wife, Mrs. Rose Russell, a daughter, Mrs, Gertrude Jones, and 4 sons, Lowell J. # Millard,...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942

KILL TWO BIRDS WITH ONE STONE Cover All of Highland Park and Glassell Park FOR BIGGEST RESULTS AT SMALLEST COST USE POST-DISPATCH CLASSIFIED ADS DEADLINE TIME FOR CLASSIFIED ADS 3 P. M. WEDNESDAY Save Money—Pay Cash A 1 Our Counter ANNANDALE METHODIST 7131 North Figueroa St. McKinley Walker, Pastor 9:30 a.m.— Church School. 10:45 a.m.—Morning Worship. 7:30 p.m.— Evening Services. CHRISTIAN BIBLE ASSEMBLY 5601 Buchanan St. Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Powell 9:30 a.m. — Sunday School. 0:45 a.m.—Morning Service. 7:30 p.m. —Revival Hour. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 5206 North Figueroa arth Churcft or Christ, Scientist, a ranch of The Mother Church, The rst Church of Christ, Scientist, Boson. Mass. 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School. 1:00 a.m.—Morning Service. EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THB HOLY APOSTLES 3315 Verdngo Road The Rev. W. E. Craig, Jr., Vice* 7:30 Holy Communion. 9:30 Choral Eucharist. 7:00 p.m. Young Peoples Fellow--9:30 a S m. P ’Saturday— Church school. ABVANZA METHODIST CHURCH Ave. 65 and Pasadena Ave. Rev....

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942

Public Notices I—Personals TEMPLE OF TRUTH Spiritualist Church 4652 EAGLE ROCK BOULEVARD 7:30 p.m. Sundays and Thursdays Service with Messages 2-4 p.m. Tuesday, Message Circle Pastor Reverend E. A. Smith ■ Res. CL-6-2392 DO YOU NEED EXTRA MONEY? Can use washing machines, sewing machines and refrigerators. CL-65905 HAVE YOUR SHOES Repaired, Dyed, lengthened & widened at POELKES, since 1-919. 6320 Pasadena avenue. 10—Instruction plancTlessons Modern or Classical. Reasonable Rates. AL-0383 11—Professional Service INCOME TAX RETURNS Prepared bv an experienced acountant. $3.00 charged for salaried people, Including notary fees. INQUIRE CHURCHILL REALTY CO. 3954 Eagle Rock Blvd. CL-6-5940 Employment 12 —Help Wanted Bill Passers Wanted Men to distribute hand bills and newspapers, house to hduse. UNION RATE PAID. KELLOGG SYSTEM 6027 N. Figueroa St. AL-8196 HOUSEKEEPER, manage children, $35 per mo. and board. Room optional 328 No. Ave. 59. CL-7-2125. WOMAN to act as companion to ...

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