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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942
22—Electrical Repairing (Continued) CALL ALLEN ELECTRIC SHOP FOR WIRING REPAIRS AND ADDITIONS TO ALL EXISTING INSTALLATIONS. BONDED AND LICENSED. REASONABLE PRICES. PHONE AL-8181 or 5810 N. FIGUEROA Building Service 23—Upholstering WEL-DON UPHOLSTERING CO. Try 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 It Desired 4767 York Blvd. AL-2808 25—Rug Cleaning STERY CLEANERS. 01^6-4329 ARTISTIC RUG CLEANERS We Clean and Recover Furniture 4574 No. Figueroa CA-3445 For Sale 33—Miscellaneous for Sale NEW 1942 ABC, E...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942
Real Estate Real Estate 58 —Houses For Sale 58—Houses For Sale * BUY NOW! The Safest Investment This Year As In The Past Will Be REAL ESTATE Beal Estate 58—Houses lor Sale RUSS GREEN'S BARGAINS INCOME $137.50—a NEW 4 unit court on level 50x200 lot near Ralphs Market. A fine rental district close to store and transportation. Income can be Increased. A BUY for $ll,OOO. and $3500 cash or your olear home will make down payment. I also have a double bungalow near Eagle Rock, on large level lot, only one block to car and stores. Four rooms on one side, and three on the other. Present rent Is only $42.50 from old tenants, but will bring $5O. You can have it for only $3OOO with $lOOO cash. HURRY. A frame duplex in YORK-VERDUGO district can be had for only $3500. Will rent for $52.50, and $1250 cash will handle. You can buy a 50 foot level corner lot In new district for only $BOO, for only $lOO down. RUSS GREEN COMPANY REALTORS—INSURANCE—NOTARY 4000 Eagle Rock Blvd. AL-4998 OWNER sick, reduc...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942
58—Houses For Sale (Continued) SEE THIS ONE! You will like these 5 large rooms. Located among new homes. Inlaid hardwood floors, asphalt tile In kitchen and bath room. Stall shower. Has a nice view, fireplace and private patio, etc. Must be teen to be appreciated. Due to owner’s transfer, house is being sold for 5550 less than it cost to build. Full price is 55950. F.H.A. terms. NEAR E. R. HIGH 5 Room home. Corner lot. House In good condition. $3750 full price. 5750 down. 4 UNIT INCOME $137.50 per mo. Two of them only three years old. Three nicely furnished, including electric ref., very good rental district. Full price $6950. Terms. REAL SACRIFICE Five yr. old 6 rm. stucco. Has a nice view and is in very good condition. Above York Bivd. Sacrifice $4350,00. MUST SELL 6 Room home. Well landscaped 80 ft. frontage In nice district. In good condition. 11l health compels owner to sell for $4350. INQUIRE CHURCHILL REALTY CO. 3954 Eagle Rock Blvd. Cl^6-5940 Loans - Rentals - Insurance Exch...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942
Automobiles 84—Automobiles For Sale Our Service Dept. Now Open 7:30 A.M. to Midnight IN OUR EFFORT TO RENDER THE VERY FINEST SERVICE TO THOSE WHO FIND IT INCONVENIENT DURING THE NORMAL HOURS OF THE DAY. HIGHLAND PARK CHEVROLET CO. 5001 N. Figueroa St. 1941 STUDEBAKER 6 Champion Custom 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 finish! 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. Use Post-Dispatch Classified Ads DIRECTORY of SPECIALIZED SERVICES Awnings Luuulii Los \ Angeles ' Awning Co. ... Window Shades j Venetian Blinds 4438-35 YORK Linoleums AL-2C22 Awnings Distributors Los Angeles ■ Pasadena ■ Alhambra Phone ALbany 8196 KELLOGG SYSTEM Licensed...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942
Moving PACKING, SHIPPING, STORAGE Ask About Our Free Vacation Storage AL-0159 6060 North Figueroa Eve &amp; Sun. AL-9264 Optometrists J. H. DANCY OPI " Optometrist Eyes Examined - Glasses Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed 16 Years in H. P. New Location 5 N. Figueroa CLeveland 63 431 Have DR. W. D. JACKSON OPTOMETRIST Examine Your Eyes AL. 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-1813 Wafer Healers—Repairs Contracting Pat H. Connors Co. 4667V2 YORK BLVD. Night Phone: AL-3361 AL-5765 Printing Since 1908 Clyde Browne Has Engaged in Printing ai 6162 North Figueroa St. Albany 2020
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942
Fresh Frails and Vegetables NIKAIDO PRODUCE For Almost a Quarter of a Century in this Community Hi YOU KNOW * ; IS a? % -r r I 4 r % / / HIGH IN QUALITYLOW IN PRICE Enlist the aid of fresh fruits and vegetables to keep your family in fighting trim to ward off attiacks on their health. At this market, you’ll find a whole army of fresh produce lined up in appetizing array and priced to keep your budget in the best of condition, too. Gome in today and draft a few of our specials for tonight’s dinner. We carry a complete line of Birds-eye Frosted Foods ti Spaghetti Dinner Broadcast Jan. 29 1 1 / 2 cup* broken ipagketli or macaroni (6 on.) 6 cup* boiling water 2*/* teaspoon* salt 10&gt;4-ot. can condensed vegetable soup X cup Pet Milk diluted with */4 cup water 1 V» cups grated American cheese H teaspoon pepper 12 wieners (I lb.) Turn on oven and set at moderately slow (350° F.). Cook spaghetti until tender in boiling water and teaspoons salt. Drain and rinse with hoc water; Crea...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942
' -n .-'■ wm sir x&lt; ■ - *“ w ipiwp ,*■ “S*: -fMk If . W tit s •: ppp Give them treats morning, noon and night. Our stocks of delicious foods make it easy to keep the family happily surprised at mealtime . . . makes them look forward to breakfast, lunch or dinner . . . whets the appetite, invites eating and keeps every member healthy through a wellrounded diet. k Vitamin-full and Delicious! TOMATO JUICE 35.i25* k Sperry’s Pancakes are Sure to Please! PANCAKE &amp; WAFFLE FLOUR 16* M Delicious Syrup for those Tasty Pancakes! VERMONT MAID 16* Iris—Tasty on Toast! ORANGE MARMALADE 24-o*. Jug 2-lb. Jar 29&lt; 35c ‘ lir-i *aer IOtS-o*. Cans 1-lb. Pk*. 23* 16&lt; k Asparagus — Vegetable—Pea—T omato RANCHO SOUPS k Crackers Lend Taste to Soups and Salads! SNOW FLAKE SODAS k Celebrate National Peanut Week with — SKIPPY PEANUT BUTTER 26* •¥■ Mixed Fruits at Their Best in—jam FRUIT COCKTAIL 2&amp;i 25* SD.cr mum. S% : . «• M k Real New England Brick Ov...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942
HERSHEY’S CHOCOLATE BARS •Delicious healthful food to satisfy after-school appetites! 225* RAP-IN-WAX S»ni&lt;n Roll Quality Waxed Paper Ron 16** V FOR BETTER HEALTH GOLD MEDAL VITAMIN-and-MINERAL Enriched Flour 9.8-lb. Sack 5U 4.9-lb. Sack 290 3 'M Cans La rare NC9BBHMEMT. hr *cfi*o)-day appetfot Burnett’s -preparedpie CREST •Success It-ox. Guaranteed pkg. IRIS FINE COFFEE 1-lb. glass 2-lb. glass 310 600 MAZOLA SALAD OIL of CHARACTER Pi. Qi 50&lt; Kingsfords CORN STARCH For Richer Gravies— For Better Pudding-—■ l-Ib. pkg. 80 A.l. SAUCE •For Hamburgers, Pish, Meats and Sandwiches! 6-oz. bottle 250 MIRACLE WHIP Salad Dressing Adds ZIP to SALADS! pt.240 Qt. 390 FRENCH'S PREPARED *-ox. Jar »-&lt;w. Jar MUSTARD 80 11* Bird Seed pl*. Mi Bird Gravel 8&lt; DELSEY TOILET PAPER Soft . like Kleenex S 3 ROLLS 25i
Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942
SHOULDER TO SHOULDER FOR NATIONAL DEFENSE 7 ANNOUNCES WITH PLEASURE NEW HOURS IN THE SAVE-MORE MEAT DEPT. f MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY SUNDAYS WE CLOSE AT 1 P.M. MEATS • When buying meat, the only real econo* my 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 be sure that it buys the RIGHT QUALITY at our Meat Department. BILL ROCK 8:30 A.M. to 7 P.M. J I TOP-TEST
Rebekah Lodge Installation Last Friday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942
Rebekah Lodge Installation Last Friday Last Friday evening, in the 1.0. O.F. Hall, 6311 Pasadena Avenue, the newly elected officers of East Gate Rebekah Lodge, No. 287 were publicly installed by Rose Furst, District Deputy President of District 81 and her Marshal, Julia Newman. They were as-’ sisted by a staff of six grand officers, ten guards and a musician from Southwestern Rebekah Lodge, of this city, Ten members of the uniform rank of the Cantons, 1.0.0. F. acted as escorts to the newly elected and appointed officers. Members Installed were: Ger trude Kenyon Wrede, junior pas noble grand; Ada Stone, noble grand; Mazie Walker, vice grand Martha Watt, recording secre tary; Leonore Baker, financia’ secretary; Bessie Redding, treas urer; Viola Rice, Musician; Mat tie Foster, Chaplain: Tillie Sharp warden; Alma Pankonian, con ductor; Nora Nicholas, right sup porter to the noble grand; Matilda Anderson, left supporter to noble grand; Emma Thornhill, right supporter to vice grand; Nell...
City Council To Consider Curve Reductions [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942
City Council To Consider Curve Reductions Reduction of angles and curves in El Paso drive between Avenue 49 and Eagle Rock Boulevard, as sought in a petition from property owners, was recommended by the city council last week. The council instructed the city engineer to prepare a plan of the proposed revision of building lines for the planning commission, and instructed the real estate agent to submit an estimate as to the cost of making the changes. In the meantime Mayor Fletcher Bowron’s recent protest against the cost of obtaining certain frontage needed in a proposed improvement of El Paso drive, between Avenue 50 and Eagle Rock Boulevard, was referred to the city engineer this week by the city council. The mayor had permitted to become effective without his approval, condemnation of property needed for the improvement, but advised against paying money demanded for one particular piece of property extending less than five inches over the proposed new line.
FACE MEANS MORE THAN LIFE OR LIMB [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942
FACE MEANS MORE THAN LIFE OR LIMB The jaywalking problem was met with in a novel manner at Owensboro, Kentucky, according to an account received by the Automobile Club of Southern California. A shrewd psychologist had four boxes full of bright red flags placed on each corner of a busy intersection, each with a sign reading, “If you MUST cross against the red light, carry one of these flags and place it in box on the opposite corner.” Fear of ridicule brought an end to the hair-raising dashes from curb to curb. Evidently pedestrians are more concerned about “losing face” than losing legs, arms, or lives. ,
Christian Church Young People To Meet Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942
Christian Church Young People To Meet Sunday The young people of the Highland Park Christian Church will conclude their Youth Week activities with an inter-racial tea Sunday 5 p.m. when Rev. Kojiro Unoura,' pastor of the Japanese Christian Church, will be guestspeaker. There will also be present youths from the Avalon Colored Christian Church and the Filipino Christian Church. The young people will conduct the'church service Sunday, 7:30 p.m. at which Miss Dorothy Fazel, Jack Richie, and Edward McCamey will speak in behalf of youth. A bowling party is scheduled for young people of college age tonight, Friday January 28. They will meet at the church at 7:30 p.m. Last Wednesday evening the young people conducted a community sing in the social hall of the church. They provided special numbers and stunts. Last Tuesday evening the group spent In calling at the homes of friends and prospects.
Baptist Church Announces Red Cross Course [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942
Baptist Church Announces Red Cross Course A standard course in American Red Cross First Aid will be given at the Nazarene Church, 2921 W. Avenue 35 in Glassell Park, beginning Tuesday, February 3, 7 p.m. Miss Ruth Vanisky of Hollywood will conduct the class. The course will consist of twenty hours or more of instruction and at least two hours per week until the course is completed. A standard First Aid certificate will be at the completion of the course to those who qualify. This course is free with the exception of a text book and bandage which will not exceed $l.OO. Anyone 18 years of age or over may enroll. You may register now at the church or by phone, CI-7-3100.
Southwest Museum Lecture [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942
Southwest Museum Lecture At the Southwest Museum next Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m., Mr. Edwin S. Robinson, Highland Park resident, will present a lecture entitled “Yosemite through the Seasons” and illustrate his talk with colored motion pictures. The lecture is free to the public. Preston Sturges’ first directorial assignment was on “The Great McGinty,” his story about a bum who rose to fame, and his latest, “Sullivan’s Travels,” is about a rich man who poses as a bum. Rats Have Big Ears. Don’t Talk, W.C.T.U. TO MEET XUESDsM King W.C.T.U. will meat aH tfea home of Mrs. Henry ThoaMMty 1408 Armadale Avenue, Tuesday, February 3rd at 2 p.m. Mrs. Jessie Hart and Mr*. Abbie Crossman will read papers on Francis Willard, and many interesting events will be told concerning the Founder of Our Union.