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Stress Need Of Many More Men For Fire Auxiliaries [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
Stress Need Of Many More Men For Fire Auxiliaries With civilian authorities agreed that incendiary bombs' are likely to be one of the most dangerous weapons in the hands of the enemy, if Los Angeles should ever undergo an air raid, the Citizen’s Defense Corps is working overtime to recruit men as volunteers for the Fire Auxiliaries and the Fire Watchers corps, according to I announcement of the Los Angeles J City Defense Council today. Ten thousand men are wanted j for the Fire Auxiliaries, which I will function under the supervision of the Fire Department. The qualifications call for “hemen” —strong, agile, physically fit men who will pitch In as aides to regular firemen in an emergency. Plans call for the establishment of two auxiliary companies for j each of the city’s 81 fire stations, making a total of 162 groups to I augment the regular services. Enrollment and training for Fire Auxiliaries is being conducted by the Fire Department, and applicants should go to their nearest Lo...
A. L. Hendel Honored By Relatives On His 82nd Birthday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
A. L. Hendel Honored By Relatives On His 82nd Birthday A dinner party was given at the Cafe Switzerland by Mr. and Mrs. Ernest for Mr. A. L, Hendel, father of Mrs. Gautsche and grandfather of Mildred Mae Gautsche, in honor of his 82nd. birthday, February 23rd, 1942. Sharing the honors of a pleasant evening and enjoying special Swiss music and entertainment were Mildred Gautsche and her fiance, Coy Miller, who have just announced their engagement. Mr, Miller is the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Miller of 614 Pheasant Drive. Both are graduates of Franklin High School, and active members of the Church of Christ, 4904 York Boulevard. Date for the wedding has been set for June 26, 1942.
Washing-ton Irving Gives Final Exam To First Aid Class [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
Washing-ton Irving Gives Final Exam To First Aid Class A class of 35 people received their final examination under the instruction of Mrs. Helen Crane, at the Washington Irving Jr. High School, Monday night. An announcement was made that advanced first aid courses will continue beginning Monday. Mar. 1. Those who have studied the elementary courses of first aid are eligible to enter these advanced classes. It was also announced that Mrs. Helen Parker has been appointed by the Red Cross as supervisor for the "Capital” prefix of the first aid classes. Helen Parker at CApital 8254. A slip of the lip may sink a ship.
POST-DISPATCH Big- Increase In Use Of Bicycles Adds To Traffic Hazards [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
POST-DISPATCH Big- Increase In Use Of Bicycles Adds To Traffic Hazards A sharp increase in the use of bicycles throughout Calif orn i a brought warnings today from the Department of Motor Vehicles of added exposure to traffic hazards of bicycle riders. Reports received by the Department indicate large numbers of persons have forsaken their autos and taken up cycling since tire and car rationing started. Bicycle shops throughout the state report a thriving business, with far more orders than they can fill for both new and used cycles. Bicycle riders were urged to remember they are subject to all traffic laws except those which, because of their nature, have no application. They were reminded that bicycles must have a headlamp visible at least 300 feet and red taillight or reflector visible at least 200 feet. Operators of motor vehicles I were urged to keep a sharp lookout for bicycle riders, particularly j children, and to reduce their speed when overtaking or passing bicy-' cles. ( ...
Highway Inventory Urged To Tabulate Post-War Projects [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
Highway Inventory Urged To Tabulate Post-War Projects America's highways —■ recognized as the best in the world for military use -are a far cry from that standard when measured for civilian needs. So states E. E. East, chief enj gineer for the Automobile Club of I Southern California, as he urged highway departments, engineers, motorists and civic groups to launch a nation-wide "inventory” —tabulating improvements which can comprise the foundation for a gigantic post-war construction program, at the same time creating peacetime jobs for men now engaged in defense industries. Curtailed through lack of men, equipment and material In the allout war effort, highway departments throughout the nation can take advantage of this forced pause in activity to make an Invoice of highway conditions as they exist today, East points out. That friendly chap may tell a ,J»p, I
Employees Of Auto Club Buy $10,760 In Bonds Per Month [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
Employees Of Auto Club Buy $10,760 In Bonds Per Month Employees of the Automobile Club of Southern California am purchasing $10,760 worth 0. - United States Defense Bonds ev ery month through the Payrol' Allotment Defense Savings Plan club officials announced last week The “breakdown” of this aggre gate shows an average of $9.3' being expended for defense bond? per month per employee, it was disclose In addition, Automobile Clul employees in the Los Angeles district headquarters office and thf. 49 other district offices throughoui the southland pledged $3,733.86 tc the American Red Cross “war chest.” The board of directors of the Auto Club ala ovoted a contribution of $2,000 to the Red Cross, distributed on the pro rata system through the club’s district offices to the various Red Croats chapters of Southern California. One leak can sink a ship—don't talk.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
George E. Hadden Income Tax Work Accounting, Part-time Bookkeeping 1025 N. Highland GL. 8788 1056 i/j N. Ave. 51 AL. 2362 PROTECT YOIR Community Fire Defense Program 1. Do you know In case of attack the Fire Department cannot come to minor fires? You must protect your own home! *• Do you know how to stop an incendiary fire in its beginning? % Your Fire Department will show you in four lessons given by them at The Verdugo Playground, 3580 Verdugo Road BEGINNING TODAY, February 26th, March sth—--12th and 19th, at 7:00 P.M. also at ARAGON SCHOOL, 1118 Aragon Ave. March 2nd, 9th, 16th and 23rd. 3. Do you know the danger of inflammable materials in your home? You should keep your home free from spots of danger. The P.-T.A. will help and you can help their “Child Welfare Program” by giving them your rags , paper and metal salvage. All Out For Home Defense Make Glassed, Cypress Area the best protected community in the city! For Additional Information Phone: CL. 6*2226 Sponsored by Glassell...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
DR. B. SCHWARTZ Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 5224 No. Figueroa St. ALbany 4201 I Specialize lu BIRTH CERTIFICATES and INCOME TAX REPORTS V M. E. King Notary Public Office, 3297 Verdiiffo Rd. Home, 1814 Wlnmar Dr,, Evenings * Specials for Your Soldier Son Your Husband Or Your Boy Friend In Camp! ★ ★ ★ □ METAL SHAVE MIRROR—Hi a trim khaki eace. Om rid* is plain and the other k magnifying. He can't break H either! 5 inches in diameter (sketched) □ MILITARY PORTFOLIO—a good way to hint for a letter. U. S. service seal is embossed in gold on cover. 42 sheets OCdC and 24 envelopes (sketched) mm □ 98c ZIPPER UTILITY BAG—the kind be can stow away hi* ‘belongings' in lor leaves. 14 in. aero frame, steel rein- jf CkCforced. Brown Bedford Cord, etc. (sketched) m xj □ GILLETTE TRAVEL KlT—contains jest what be needs to pass face inspection—Tech Razor, 5 Bloc Blades, Shave QOc Cream in leatherette case (sketched). □ WAHL ‘OXFORD’ FOUNTAIN PEN—dependable and efficieat. Handy for the m...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 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 i . DEADLINE TIME FOR CLASSIFIED ADS 3 P. M. WEDNESDAY Save Money—Pay Cash A 1 Our Counter I ANN AND ALE METHODIST 7131 North Figueroa St. McKinley Walker. Faster 9:30 a.m.—Church School. 10:45 a.m.—Morning Worship. 7:30 p.m.—Evening Services. CHRISTIAN BIBLE ASSEMBLY 5601 Buchanan St. Kev. and Mrs. C. W. Powell 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School. 10:45 a.m. —Morning Service. 7:30 p.m.—Revival Hour. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 5206 North Figueroa fourth Church or Christ, Scientist, a branch ol The Mother Church, The First Church ol Christ, Scientist, Boston, Mass. 9:30 a.m. —Sunday School. 11:00 a.m. —Morning Service. EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE HOLY APOSTLES 5315 Verdugo Road The Rev. W. E. Craig, Jr., Vicar 7:30 Holy Communion. 9:30 Choral Eucharist. 7:00 p.m. Young People's Fellowship. 9:30 a.m. Saturday—Church school. OABVANZA METHODIST CHURCH Ave, 65 and Pas...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 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 machine, sewing machine and refrigerator. CL-6-5905. HAVE YOUR SHOES Repaired, Dyed, lengthened &amp; widened at POELKES, since 1919. 6320 Pasadena avenue. 10—Instruction PIANO WESSONS Modern or Classical. Reasonable Rates. AL-0383 11—Professional Service INCOME TAX RETURNS Prepared by an experienced acountant. $3.00 charged lor salaried people, Including notary lees. INQUIRE Open Friday Evenings CHURCHILL REALTY CO. 3954 Eagle Rock Blvd. CL-6-5940 WORRY BUREAU CONSULT US If Its Insurable, and get your old smile back. When your policy comes thru LeCount's Insurance Service you may be sure you are insured. 5119 YORK BLVD. AL-04TO Employment 12—Help Wanted Bill Passers Wanted Men to distribute hand bills and newspapers, h...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
22 —Electrical Repairing (Continued) CALL ALLEN ELECTRIC SHOP FOR WIRING REPAIRS AND ADDITIONS TO ALL EXISTING INSTALLATIONS. BONDEE AND LICENSED. REASONABLE PRICES. PHONE AL-8181 or 5BlO 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 OD6-2548 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 &lt;767 York Blvd. AL-2808 25—Rug Cleaning SHAMPOO RUG &amp; UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS. CL-6-4329 ARTISTIC RUG CLEANERS We Clean and Recover Furniture 4574 No. Figueroa CA-3445 For Sal...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
Real Estate Real Estate 58 —Houses For Sale 58 —Houses For Sale DON’T PROCRASTINATE! The Safest Investment This Year As In The Past Will Be REAL ESTATE 34—Household Goods &amp; Furniture (Continued) While Our Slock Lasls Buy Now While They Are Available SAVE UP TO $60.00 On. New 1942 Model Floor samples Ranges Refrigerators Washers 2 Ropers 4 Tappans 3 O'Keefe &amp; Merrills Used Prosperity Gas Range Fully DeLuxe, Perf. Cond. Only $59.50 SPECIAL! REPOSSESSED 1940 NORGE BVa cu. 11. De LUXE REFRIGERATOR In perfect condition. Original price $289.50. Contract balance only $164.70 Will refinance to suit One New Model APEX WASHER $54.95 We also carry A.B.C.’s Apex - Norge - Maylags and all other popular brands Highland Park Good Housekeeping Shop 5629 N. FIGUEROA ST. AL. 0118 SINGER Sewing Machine. Will sacrifice for best offer. 3552 Eagle Rocx Blvd. BEAUTIFUL new 6-plece bdrm. set. Including spring. Only $27.50. 3552 Eagle Rock Blvd. Refrigerators Save $ $ $ On Floor Samp...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
42—Furnished $30 —4 Large Rooms, garage, Irg. storeroom. Partly Furn. Adults. 1449 Hazelwood, cor. Lincoln. $32.50 —Lovely Apt., never occupied. Utilities, phone, bath &amp; yard. Close In. AL-4612 or A1^2050. BUNGALOW—3 rms., nice yard, water pd. Garage. Adults. 6024 Fayette. CL-6-6635 Rentals 44 —Unfurnished 8 RM. House, partly furn. 2 toilets, Irge. concrete cellar. 1 rm. now rented. Tenant will stay 1£ desired. $5O. 1250 No. Ave. 51. Apply 1252 No. Ave. 51. Available March 1. 5 RMS. Water pd. Garage. Newly decorated throughout. Close to cars. Adults. Baby O.K. PERCY T. SMITH 5113 York Blvd. AL-3016 $16.50 —4 rm. upper Duplex, Near W car and library. Water pd. See at 6124 No. Figueroa. MO-1-3733. ATTRAC. 4-rm. house. 2 bedrm. Breakfast nook. Garage. FI-4290, Eves., DR-0783, Apt. 402. 3-ROOM modern cottage, large ground, garage, quiet. Children. Steady tenant. 3925 Wawona, nr. York &amp; Verdugo. THREE-ROOM, glassed in porch. Good cond., yard, gar. Blk to 7c car &a...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
58—Houses for Sale Continued $250 Down, $3O Per Mo. Full Price $2485. 6 room frame. 3 bedrooms, near Monte Vista carline. In good condition, fruit trees, etc. $250 Down, $3O Per Mo. $2650 full price. 5 room house. 1 blk. school and 2 blks. No. 5 carline. $3OO Down, $3O Per Mo. $3485 Full Price. 5 rm. house, hardwood floors, fireplace, 2 blks. carline, stores and school. $350 Down, $35 Per Mo. $3750. Six rooms. 3 bedrooms, corner lot, near Verdugo Rd. and Oppress, level. Nearly New, All Electric 5 rooms knoll top home, with fine panoramic view, has tine patio lined in tile. Barb. Q. pit. etc. Must be seen to be appreciated. Full price $3750. Terms. 4 and 3-Rm. Duplex Has hardwood floors, tile. etc. Near Fletcher Dr. and Eagle Rock Blvd. Tull price $3485. HOME AND INCOME 7-room, four bedroom heme, also 3room house rented, good view and In good location. Near Eagle Rock Blvd. and Fletcher Drive. Owner will sacrifice for $3,485. $985 down, $35 mo. CHURCHILL REALTY CO. 3954 Eagle Rock Bl...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
58 —Houses For Sale (Continued) 5-RM. Mod. , Stucco, north of York. $3950 —$1550 Down. CL-6-2658. Couch Realty. 5229 York. 64. Real Estate for Exchange $4500.00 with $500.00 down buys 2—6 room, 3 bedroom frame houses on 48x143 ft. lot. Splendid location. 1 blk. “5” car. Double garage. Houses need paint and minor repairs. LARGE 3-bedrm. stucco modern. 5room frame modern on rear of lot. Lot 150x40. Close to transportation and schools and markets. $6500. Will accept small house In trade. THAD SALMON 4121 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. A1^5301 FOR EXCHANGE Near El Monte. 5 cm. new home. Mission style. Hardwood floors. Tile. A lovely country place. Lot 100x600. White spreadv lawn, front and rear, Suitable trees and flowers. Garage and wash room. Want property In Alhambra of p. A. Loan $2400. Want home or income. CHAS. B. THROOP 5905 York Blvd. AL-9928 62A—Cemefery Lol Resales * c Cemetery Lots * J each with Pern. Care Terms or Cash Citrus 2-6115 65—Real Eslale Wanted LISTINGS WANTED Have buyers for al...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 26 February 1942
Automobiles 84—Automobiles For Sale (Continued) NOTICE! Our Service Dept. Now Open 7:30 A.M. to 10 P.M. 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. CL-6-4161 2 SPARE TIRES! 1938 Olds. 6 DeLuxe. 4 Dr. Sedan. $499.00. Full price. This Is really wholesale price on this immaculate car. Written guarantee. Payments $23.89 per mo. (45 more bargains.) C. M. PETERSEN “Hudson New Car Dealer” 5100 No. Figueroa St. 1941 PLYMOUTH Special deluxe 4 pass, club coupe. Very clean, per. cond., white sidewall tires. Sacrifice equity. Bal. small monthly payments. Prn party. 5629 No. Figueroa St. AL-0118 2 SPARE TIRES! 1931 Ford DeLuxe Roadster, $B9. Nice appearance and Tires. Terms $2.50 per \yk. (45 more bargains.) C. M. PETERSEN “Hudson New Car Dealer” 5100 No. Figueroa St. 2 SPARE TIRES!! 1934 Chev. DeLuxe Town Sedan. $165 Full Price. You will like the looks of this little hone...