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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
Real Estate Rea! Estate 58 —Houses For Sale 58 —Houses For Sale / 'Old Are There Any GOOD Real Estate Bargains Today? Yes, everyday has its real estate opportunities. Just lake a look through the real estate columns on today's Post-Dispatch Classified Page . . . and then go real estate shopping this week-end. For Sale 34 —Household Goods &amp; Furniture (Continued) REFRIGERATORS Electric. 30 iate models. Frlgidaire. General Electric. O’Keefe &amp; Merritt, Coldspot. 20 guaranteed makes. $25 to $49.95. 89c week. Largest stock in Northeast L. A. SHAUGHNESSY ELECTRIC 5905 N. Figueroa CL. 6-587b 5535 N. Figueroa AL. 5514 BEAUT, walnut twin beds, like new,; sacrifice, $6.95, also dble. Simmons bed and spring $5.95. 3552 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. HOOVER vacuum cleaner, Dem. model, new machine guar. $22.50. 3552 Eagle Rock Blvd. BEAUTIFUL bed divan. like new. $18.95. Makes into dble. bed. 3552 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. NEW BEDROOM set. $29.50. Includes bed, vanity, vanity mirror, large chest...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
58—Houses For Sale (Continued) RUSS GREEN Offers ihe Following New Listings A beautiful 50 ft. corner lot with large palm tree, in the Verdugo-York Blvd. district, among new homes, lor the very low price of only $BOO. AND THE TERMS—ONLY $lOO DN. THAT’S RIGHT ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS. Also A beautiful 5-room English stucco home, modern in every respect, with unit furnace heat, on a tree landscaped lot with 75 feet frontage, running to a paved alley. The price is $3750. and terms can be arranged. Nice district. Russ Green Company Realtors 4000 Eagle Rock Blvd. AL-4998 Happy New Year Is Our Sincere Wish for You “Thanks for Everything” ALBERT ROY KOEN AL. 5285 2709 Moss Ave. $2500 1-BEDRM. frame home. Good view lot. IVs blks. to No. 5 car. 2 blks. to market. House in excellent cond. We need good listings Loans—Notary—lnsurance—Rentals THAD SALMON 4121 Eagle Rock Blvd. ALbany 5301 LISTINGS WANTED Have buyers for all types of property in Highland Park. Come in or call E. P. POHRTE 5233 No. Fig...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
84—Automobiles For Sale (Contained) Highland Park Chevrolet Company Wish all their Clients and Friends Happy Prosperous and Peaceful New Year We Will Buy Late Model Used Cars 5001-5021 N. Figueroa St. Open Evenings—NOT Sun. '35 CHEVROLET De luxe six. 5169 full price. Easy terms C. M. PETERSEN 5100 NORTH FIGUEROA Open Sundays 1942 HUDSON Pick up truck: small amount down 24 easy payments on balance. Phone CL. 6-4126 1941 HUDSON De luxe six. radio, white sidewall tires. Will sacrifice equity or trade equity for older car. CL. &amp;-4126. O o Classified Ad •Service r When You Need A Classified Ad Let This Friendly Newspaper Serve You. Trained Ad-Takers Gladly Assist You in Writing Your Ad, Provide You With Any Information You Wish, Do Everything Possible to Insure the Best Results at the Least Cost to You. - - - - POST-DISPATCH
Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
OCEAN FISHING Malibu—Fishing continues at the summer pace, with catches consisting of bass, barracuda, white sea bass and a few halibut. Santa Monica—Santa Monica’s summer fishing in the fall continues, with barracuda, bass, a few white sea bass and bonito. Ocean Par k—The fishing remains good, with bonito leading the catch and they have been averaging about 10 pounds each. They are also getting a few barracuda, white sea bass and an occasional halibut. Long Beach—The fishing continues good, the best catch consisting of bonito and bass with an occasional white sea bass. • MILLIONS DEPEND ON U. S. HIGHWAYS Almost 8,000,000 Americans living in more than 48,000 communities in the United States are entirely dependent upon highway transportation not only for food | supplies but for movement of all I freight and passengers, points I out the Automobile Club of Southern California. • UTAH RAISES SPEED LIMIT Utah’s speed limit, until recently 50 miles per hour, has been changed. Maximum limi...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
DEADLINE TIME FOR CLASSIFIED ADS 3 P. M. WEDNESDAY Save Money—Pay Cash Ai Our Counter echoes of fhe deep-throated, clangorous bell which rang for Liberty in 1776 will bring the New Year of 1942 to America. r7he Liberty it represents is our heritage* our ideal our future our promised c7ts peal is assurance and defiance, and the echo of its echo will resound over) all the earth* 130 million pairs of hands will be on the bell rope to wish the world a happier and kinder 'HiU/fa&amp;L vts m \ y C Moving PACKING. SHIPPING, STORAGE Ask About Our Free Vacation Storage AL-0159 6060 North Figueroa Eve &amp; Sun. AL-9264 Optometrists J. H. DANCY OPT. D. Optometrist Eyes Examined - Glasses Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed 16 Years in A. P. New Location 5566*4 N. Figueroa * CLeveland 63431 Have DR. W. D. JACKSON OPTOMETRIST Examine Your Eyes At. 8991. 5635 N. Figeruoa Plumbing HIGHLAND PARK PLUMBING SHOP Since 1906 Hot Water Heaters ■ All Kinds E Z PAY A. G. HANNAFORD 112 North Ave...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
Specials Tuesday 8 Wednesday f' —CLOSED SUNDAYS—r" YOU’LI LIKE TO TRADE AT KING’S '*mM***»'*m*m STORE HOURS: 8 A.M. TO 6 P.M. SATURDAYS: 8 A.M- TO 9 PM. I WEL HE CLOSED New Year’s Day BUY c RKE DEFENSE SAVINGS STAMPS , ~ Fftß AT OUR MARKET » m 3ist HELP YOUR UNCLE SAM KING S MBIT PEFT. This Community’s Busiest Quality Meat Market Wt POINSETTIA HAMS Whole or Shank Half .. GRAIN FED PORK LOIN BOAST } to 3 x /z m lb. Average .... ih 29 l /z t lb PRIME STEER ROLLED RIB ROAST 397 GOOD REASONS W* Meat on the Table S3 1. Meat for Complete Proteint. 2. Meatjor R Vitamin}. 3. Meat Jor Iron and Copper —build good, red blood. 4. Meat Jor Pkosphoru}—a dietary essential. 5. Meatjor Eaty Digestibility, 6. Meat Jor Palatahiiity. 7. Meat Jor "Satiety Value’’ — that lotting satisjactinn after the meal. ORDER EARLY A COMPLETE SELECTION OF FINE POULTRY CHICKENS • TURKEYS KING S DELICATESSEN TRY OUR SALADS! KITCHEN-FRESH NONE BETTER SOUK CREAM DOLE SLAW 10 t lb RAW Vegetable SALAD 15! 't &gt;lb...
( ■ I 1 PICTURE STORY FOR DICTATORS • 1 1' [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
( ■ I 1 PICTURE STORY FOR DICTATORS • 1 1 ' Pigtails, freckles and pearly t teeth combine in this gay picy ture of young Americans to tell i a story of tolerance and equal y opportunity more adequately I than mere words. Casting for ■ one of her famed juvenile dra- ; matizations, Nila Mack, talent- ■ ed CBS director of children’s I programs, drew this typical as- • sortment of ingots from the [ melting pot. She hands out Harry Carey made four pic- - tures in two weeks in his first - assignment. I parts to little actors and actresses with no thought of race, color or creed —opportunity here recognizes talent only. Partly hidden at the left is dusky Rudolph Valentino Whitaker; in the center is a blonde, pigtailed daughter of the Vik- I ings; clasping her audition notice is multi-freckled Eroica j Winters stars all, in the ! American wav of life.
Park Department Offers to Furnish Free Trees All resident*: of this enmmnn. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
Park Department Offers to Furnish Free Trees All resident*: of this enmmnn. aii residents 01 tnis community interested in beautifying local streets are urged to take advantage of the opportunity offered by the Los Angeles park department’s tree-planting program now under way, according to the announcement made this week at the city hall. Late fall and winter are declared to be the ideal seasons for planting trees. This program, officials stated, offers a chance for residents of this district to have trees planted in public streets by the petition method without extra cost to the local property owners. It is necessary however, for 75 per cent of property frontage within a minimum of one block, on both sides of the street, to be signed before trees are planted under the petition plan. When a sufficient number of property owners sign petitions, trees lor planting in public parkways are provided by the city and the work is done free of cost to the petitioners. This program, of course, i...
w Applications for Car License May Be Placed Now [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
w Applications for Car License May Be Placed Now Mail applications for 1942 license plates may now be forwarded to the main office of the Department of Motor Vehicles in Sacramento by Los Angeles vehicle owners, according to an announcement received from Director James M. Carter. Such applications, it was stated, will be accepted and turned over to the department’s clerks for checking. Plates, however, will not be mailed until after January 2, when the regular renewal season starts at Sacramento and all branch offices. Carter said this method of obtaining plates is available to all persons who, for any reason, find it inconvenient to visit one of the numerous branch offices the department maintains for direct service to motorists. All fees are delinquent February 4. Following is the procedure for obtaining plates by mail: Consult the lower left-hand corner of the registration card (white slip) to determine the fee due. Postcard notice will not be sent. Make sure the address appearin...
w H.P. Organizations I To Send Books To Enlisted Men [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
w H.P. Organizations I To Send Books To Enlisted Men Members of the “Friends of * the Library” group, the Highland Park Garden Club, Arroyo Seco Forum, and a host of friends are to meet at a public reception Monday from 2 to 5 p.m., at the Arroyo Seco library. At this time a collection of suitable books for the soldiers, sailors, marines and air force will be taken, it was announced by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lewis Burns. The books will be sent to the front by Miss Althea Warren, Los Angeles librarian, who is executive director of the Victory book drive, sponsored by the Red Cross and U.S.O. in cooperation with the American Library associations. She is on a four months’ leave of absence to serve the defense organizations gratis. The afternoon is to be entirely informal. Mr. and Mrs. Burns have chosen the date of their thirty-fifth wedding anniversary to receive their friends, and to personally donate a carefully sel- • ected group of books from their own private library. » Let’s Go Amer...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
Library Is Now Open on Sundays From 1 lo 6 P. M. Starting last Sunday, Decern ber 28, the Arroyo Seco branch library will be open on Sunday afternoons from 1 to 6 p.m., Miss Dorothy Pinneo, branch librarian, announces. The library will be open each week-day, includ ing Saturdays, frsm 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The new hours are being put Into effect for the convenience of many people who, before the War, visited the library in the evenings, Miss Pinneo explained. NEXT TIME USE CLASSIFIED We are equipped with the very latest test equipment and qualified to service all makes of Radios . . . 20 Years Experience Highland Radio Shop LARRY SNELL, Prop. AL. 5385 6007 N. Figueroa .»+★★★*★★*****★**** **★****★★★****★**★★ ***** * ** * * *v Dr. DiStefano NORTHEAST CLINIC 5029 York Boulevard CLINIC HOURS: Dally: 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., except Sunday Evenings; 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., Tuesdays and Fridays Phone: AL. 3517 Staff Dr. Bean Dr. Efner Dr. Stewart Dr. DiStefano Dr. Josephine Corcoran A GOOD START FOR THE ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 30 December 1941
All Mid-City Stores Open Until After Midnight New Years Eve conditions permitting. OPEN NEW YEAR'S DAY! CUT RATE DRUG STORES LMDOMMCO / /a Z 1 A Vintage of 1928! Rare urnirn imported MAntliL champ FRENCH CHAMPAGNE Sparkling and bubbling, zesty and llavorful Imported Cham- 26-OZ. pagne. Take advantage of this Bottles unusual value today! 4-Year-Old BourHcn— OLD QUAKER WHISKEY . 4-Ycar-Old! »00-Prool! Pin* OLD GRANDAD WHISKEY Santa Lucia $4 39 26-oz. ChampagneJL La Boheme $| 26-oz. Champagne A 4-Years Old! Bottled in Bond! "ears Old/ DOS ms synm SWEET WINES $ 2 Full 29 " a Uon Full Quart Full 79c tine flavor bouquet and Buy today a* CUIFOI'U Full Flavored LA TONDENA RUM OldWft ouiiiea in joona: OLD YANKEE Kentucky Whiskey ull Pint— LOOP PILSNER BEER Full Pint—iKenlucky 00 Straight Bourbon - 1 Whiskey. For Holiday Festivities! 20 Years Old! BENETE' BRANDY I Fifth Gallon—--11-oz. Sleinies Plus Deposit 5 3-Ycar-Old Whiskey— plnl KESSLER'S PRIVATE BLEND LUXURY BEER I Imported brandy ■ .1 ...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 8 January 1942
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The Sage Says: [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 8 January 1942
The Sage Says: By CLYDE BROWNE The above presumptuous title represents the opinion of the publisher of this paper, and not the writer of this column, who holds that modesty Is a virtue that should prevail In any Itinerant soribblings. The men of the Navy and Coast Guard issue a publication called “Section Base Sweepings.” Contributors rank all the way from bluejackets to gold stripes. It contains information as well as persiflage, and is interesting throughout. Elmer LaLanne, of 1007 North Avenue 49, sends me copies. He is storekeeper at the base in San Pedro. One notice therein reads as follows: Mrs. Frank Steele of 3412 Patten Ave., San Pedro, called the Naval Section Base and made the following report; “At 0630 I heard the sharp report of a gun. Looking out my window I saw a submarine bearing southwest submerging. There Was also a tanker bearing southBouthwest and about five miles off shore. The tanker was headed toward the Breakwater Light and the submarine headed toward Balboa....
"Keep Calm" Is Air Raid Advice Brought to H. P* Realty Board Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 8 January 1942
"Keep Calm" Is Air Raid Advice Brought to H. P* Realty Board Meeting “Keep calm. Continue faithfully with the routine duties of everyday life. Observe the preperations required for air raid emergency. Be willing to give some time and effort in carrying through the program organized for civilian defense. Retain a sense of humor.” This was the essence of the message brought to a Highland Park audience that tilled the west room of theS American Legion hall last Tuesday evening. The occasion was the regular monthly meeting of the Highland Park Realty board, which this time was opened to the public. The chief speaker was David J. Sache, a Los Angeles attorney, who has volunteered his services to the speakers’ bureau of the Council for Civilian Defense. After briefly outlining the organization and leadership of the national Council for Civilian Defense, the speaker told of its activities In the local 'field. Schools have tabulated the usual whereabouts of each child thruout the day. Teach...
Mayor Bowron Against El Paso Improvement [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 8 January 1942
Mayor Bowron Against El Paso Improvement The honorable Fletcher Bowron, mayor of Los Angeles, seems to know more about road conditions in northeast Los Angeles than the people living in affected areas do themselves. That was the impression given by “His Honor” when addressing the city council this week, he branded the proposed improvements on El Paso Drive, between Eagle Rock Boulevard and Avenue 50 as “unnecessary and unpracticable.” His statement was made in connection with an ordinance enacted last October 7 during his absence from the city, by which condemnation proceedings were authorized in connection with the improvement program. An amendment to the ordinance, applying to additional pieces of property, was allowed to become effective without his signature, but at the same time Mayor Bowron expressed hope that the council would abandon the proceedings.
Keep Building Homes Says Harry H. Frank [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 8 January 1942
Keep Building Homes Says Harry H. Frank Home building is far from a standstill in the opinion of Harry H. Frank, Highland Park contractor and developer, and new presiident of Building Contractors’ Association of California. “Prospective home builders are going to find it more difficult to build during the new year,” Frank said, “but it wijl be far from an impossible task.” DON’T GIVE UP He advises those who intend to acquire a new house not to give up their home projects. “It would be folly to look for the same easy building conditions during this year that we enjoyed for the first few months of 1941,” said the contractor chief. “War has made materials scarcer, costs higher and credit tighter. But every indication shows that the total of home construction in 1942 wall be nearly, if not fully, as great as last year’s volume.” GOVERNMENT AID Frank points out that, while certain building materials are scarce, it is also true that the government is giving priority aid to homes that come...