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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942
NEWBERRY’S \ V STOCK REDUCTION . .vaurtbiitau - FRIDAY - SATURDAY KNIT FOR DEFENSE BLANKETS INDIAN DESIGN $429 1 I— Reg. $1.59 VERY SPECIAL FLEECE GOLD Knitting e Wool ~/2 ° z - Skein 25 100 COUNT Paper Napkins White &amp; Colors Embossed Very Special—--10 1-POUND KAPOK Reg. 29e 23 BED SPREAD COTTON 1,000 Yd. J. P. Coats |0 Ecru Only— If 400 SHEETS i|Ae&lt; (Tissues I # Very Special. Assort. LAMP SHADES Special Lot Ladies' BEDROOM SUPPERS ) Pells For Comfort I Pair—--39 Plain White and Designs--29 MIXING BOWL SET 3-Piecc Reg. 50c Value If DECORATED CEREAL BOWLS The Handy Occasional Bowl—-oVs-OUNCE " TUMBLERS Crystal White Seme Decorated 6 for I Children's DRESSES 1 to 6 Reg.39c Values ROSE BUSHES 25 Mesh or Rayon HOSE Pair—- ' LADIES' PERCALE APRONS 29 29 MEN'S KNIT Athletic Shorts on . ,jy STYLES Taped Seams Double FrontLadies' Rayon Crepe SUPS Styled to Fit Reg.B9e Values 69* METAL WASTE BASKEIZSr KNIT ™ x Dish Cloths S ea Porous KindChoc. Covered a Peanuts 23 11 W...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942
I mm, ry/. A * THINK OF K&gt; PHONE AL.0159 6060 N. FIGUEROA The notes of the saxophone may nol be music to your ears, but if you plan to move this certainly will be . . . we move you more carefully, more quickly and with greater satisfaction at no greater cost. NNg “Let’s go in the yard where it’s safe” K. These are busy days for the telephone man, but we’re never in too much of a hurry to spend a few extra minutes on careful, courteous driving... on safety ... or on performing a thoughtful act if possible. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TELEPHONE COMPANY 2445 Daly Street - Telephone Michigan 9111 V- .
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 29 January 1942
Dr. DiSleiane NORTHEAST CLINIC 5029 York Boulevard CLINIC HOURS: Daily; 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., except Sunday Evenings: 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., Tuesdays and Fridays Phone: AL. 3517 Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dr. Staff Bean Efner Slewarl DiStefane Josephine Corcoran W-C|Ds M M H T t u,! Fiji t rrJL-i ®® on^-l!nd GS SALE i ”'** Stl SaWn « « P P°rtn ni t y! • . /J'L &lt;i\PViiAs \ Clt y Drug stnr Q avingfi 'Opportunity? Dr .. * »•. wMRJks-* C3&gt; BOW /or your »i, ,lent " are denlpH„ ager &gt; «■ Share »' the »"b stockB Koi/a. Linen Finish boxed paper Sheets - I* Envelopes 14 Duality l' nen naper °°a C ? ec t tor your -respond g Eagle 3-Piece MEDICINE CHEST KIT 9* Medicine Glass— Medicine Dropper Glass Eye Cup Medicine chest requisites neatly boxed for compact storage. Save V. S. Defense Savings Stamps On Sale At All DRUG STORES! MID-CITY Buy Extra Stamps with what you save at Mid-City 1 _ s'® ah*; aw* to ence. $1.50 Value S*ff. ■iOc Inluej NO EXTRA COST For Apple-Shaped Glass DESS...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 February 1942
“Only Those Are Fit To Live W ______________ GENERAL DOUGLAS MacARTHUR HIGHLAND PARK GLASSELL PARK SAGAMORE PARK CYPRESS PARK MOUNT WASHINGTON MlHßlWten 5123 Yorkßlvd VOLUME VI- -NUMBER 21. LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, FEBRUARY 5, 1942 A Friendly, Neighborly Newspaper Sincerely Devoted to the Best Interests of These Communities Albanu 0195 FIVE CENTS A COPY
The Sage > Says: [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 February 1942
The Sage &gt; Says: By CLYDE BROWNE The above presumptuous title represents the opinion ot the publisher ol this paper, and not the writer of this column, who holds that modesty is a virtue that should prevail in any itinerant scribbllngs. Mr. Dorsey’s traffic problems seem to be solving themselves thi'ough the government plan of curtailing tire sales. Joy-riding Is or soon will be an old-time custom. The streets are singularly less crowded, and grows more sparce day by day. This must mean that more people ride the street cars, thereby making business good for the transportation companies. Despite this, the Street Railway company puts on one-man cars (which we voted against not so long ago) and ....?? for a raise in fares. * * We will all be saving our tires over usage now that they become hard to get. Bicycles may come to the front again, or even the horse may reappear on the highways. There are a lot of burros around the desert yet, and we may again see pack trains travers...
Local Guard to Be Increased to Six Platoons [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 February 1942
Local Guard to Be Increased to Six Platoons Following the plan laid out under the legislation recently erracted at Sacramento, the local State Guard Company will be increased to six platoons instead of the three comprising its present strength. In speaking to the men at last night’s drill, Lt. R. L. Dickerson announced that a campaign for membership will soon be launched. “This is a military unit’s most important campaign,” the Lieutenant said, “for unless this is '\tfon, there can be no partaking in others. Even in this machine age,” he concluded, “wars are won with men, and it is the men at home who make it possible for an army to take to the field.” , State Guardsmen are wanted, Lt. Dickerson pointed out, to train for reserve strength particularly, and no man enlisting for this important work will be called to action by the Governor unless California is the scene of insurrection or actual invasion. Company C, 12th Reg., meets every Wednesday night from 7:30 to 9:30 at Franklin Hi...
Additional Registration Places In This Area Designated for R*oays [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 February 1942
Additional Registration Places In This Area Designated for R*oays California men registering in the .Nations third signup under the Selective Training and Service Act will hi provided every facility to the end that they not he inconvenienced, lose time i'n work, or be forced to travel long; distances to register. An official announcement from State Headquarters ?of Selective Service in Sacramento today gave the officially approved list of additional registration places, names of special registrars, and locations of these special boards which will be functioning from 7 a.m. the morning of February 14 until 9 p.m. the night of February 16, during which time California’s manpower between the ages of 20-44 years will be inventoried for possible use in the armed forces of the nation. In the Highland Park area there will be many special registration places functioning in addition to the regular established two local Selective Service boards. It is estimated that there will be 3,000 regist...
EDITORIAL Let s Give Our Loeai Merchants A Bareak [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 February 1942
EDITORIAL Let s Give Our Loeai Merchants A Bareak Twice each year, the mer chants in this area, in cooperation with the Highland Park Chamber of Commerce, set aside two days known as Twin Dollar Days. Each and every merchant looks forward to these two days like a child looks forward to a Sunday School picnic. The Post-Dispatch seldom asks favors of its readers in a direct manner, we usually beat it round the bush, but this time we are comingright out clean and in the open, and we are asking you to give the local merchants a break for the Dollar Days that have been scheduled for tomorrow and Saturday. The hardships of war have made it tough on all of us, and there is no use in kidding ourselves in the belief that the local merchants are not having their share of headaches. During the past week these merchants have been busy preparing for the two-day sales event, they are lookingforward to making it one of the best merchandising celebrations of its kind ever staged in Highland Park. L...
Belknap Makes Request That Bus Hearings Be Brought to Conclusion [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 February 1942
Belknap Makes Request That Bus Hearings Be Brought to Conclusion The Highland Park Transportation Council through its president, Kenneth Belkrop, waited upon the Los Angeles Board of Public Utilities and Transportation on Tuesday, Feb. 3rd, and requested the hearings upon the pro posed bus substitutions be brought to a definite conclusion; and a decision be rendered in the matter. Date of hearings are expected to be announced shortly. The local council believes the work already accomplished should not be shelved, and plans should go forward, if the substitution is granted, to the end as soon as equipment is obtainable, made ready, and put into operation the transportation facilities of Highland Park will be greatly improved. The hearings upon the necessity for an interim order regarding the proposed fare increase for the Pacific Electric Railway was taken under submission with February 24 set as a deadline for the filing of briefs. The City Attorney’s office asked time also for oral...
Householders Are Urged to Have Supply of Sand [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 February 1942
Householders Are Urged to Have Supply of Sand All householders in Los Ange- 1 les were urged yesterday by thej City Defense Council, as a part of the general program of the city’s war-time prepardness, to obtain a sufficient supply of dry sand for use in extinguishing fires in their homes, or adjacent buildings, just in case incendiary bombs fall in this area. The supply of sand should be kept dry and readily accessible for use in case of any incendiary attack, according to the announcement. Dry earth is also declared to be suitable material to be used to control fire if no sand is availalbe. Sand is a secondary method of fire-fighting, a water spray being recommended as the first method. A report has been requested from the Board of Public Works by the City Defense Council as to the feasibility of using sand from the huge dunes on cityowned property, known as the “sewer farm.” This property adjoins El Segundo on the northerly boundary .and comprises 240 acres. Citizeps are warned t...
What Do Y [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 February 1942
What Do Y That Fighting Man 9 Mac Arthur He’s of the breed of John Paul Jones and Davy Crockett and Alvin York—that man Mac Arthur. So was his old man before him: Arthur MacArthur, who at 20 was getting cited for “gallant and meritorious service” in Civil War battles, and who as a general helped take from the Spanish the terntorg his son has been defending against the Japs. The tremendous odds may have told against Douglas MacArthur’s slim resources by the time this sees print, but up to this moment the American gamester and his handful of Americans and Filipinos have chewed up everything the Japs have thrown at them. The only thing Japan’s prize field marshals have gained from Mac Arthur is a lesson in the art of war. Yet great as his military services have been across the far Pacific, greater yet has been MacArthur’s service in magnificent stimulus to the morale of every American man and woman.- The sad story of Pearl Harbor, where the very leaders chosen for Army and Navy posts o...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 February 1942
(Your Dollar Goes Farther On These Items Friday and Saturday! FRIDAY &amp; SATURDAY ONLY HOUSE SHOES BERK'S BOOTERY Special Table Priced from—--59 C up AL-9210 5633 N. FIGUEROA ST. S&amp;H GREEN STAMPS | MARTONE'S POTTERY | 5033 York Bird, Next lo Police Station m Open daily and Sunday 9 A.M. lo 6 P.M. ■ GORGEOUS NEW FLOWER ARRANGEMENT BOWLS Complete with figure, pin-o-frog and stones. VALUES TO $5.00 $4 00 1 Dollar Days ' Only These are 2nds that cannot be delected from Isis. Also a complete line of Bauer Pottery in choice 2nds at below factory prices. Walls Cleaned by Machine “Meet Me Face to Face 1 ’ t 4 SSDay Special Your Bathroom, Walls, Ceilings and Woodwork Thoroughly s|o® Cleaned mk IS You Have Your KITCHEN CLEANED At the Same Time Call New for Free Estimates CApitol 3771 Nil-Wall CLEANING Company DOLLAR DAYS THE BEST BUYS YOU HAVE SEEN THIS SEASON Words fail us in giving you a correct description of what is in store for your inspection in this group of Brand...
FLIGHT MANAGER [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 February 1942
FLIGHT MANAGER Don Castle, romantic lead in Paramount’s “Bad Men of Arizona,” visited his home town, Houston, Tex., and brought back to Hollywood 21-year old Robert Morris, a fighter whom he will train for a fisticuff career. If the motives of human affection are right, the .affections are enduring and achieving. , -—Mary Baker Eddy.