Elephind.com contains 4,480 items from Highland Park Post-Dispatch
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 5 March 1942
V CUT RATE DRUG STORES BJETTy JWR t n, ' rHa warren PRICES GOOD THROUGH SATURDAY MARCH 7 KEY =*l=3?.* \ INCH S« ea nn voia A« er ThV» „ PARK ointment II^PEROS HS5i-l E ID S T »6.o*. Bottle MOUTH WASH JwJtT mineral OIL 4-OZ. Bottle » p(T&gt; BORIC ACID «rw^- 4 - Eo " 1 “cases \sst- • 53 ea Colors— ld After This Cgc t ja New Low Price Parke, Davis IRRADOL-A Fortify Your System with Vitamins 16-ounce Bottle For Reg It 1-oun OIL Bottle 0 Limit Eve One CL l a«g of 500 c ■^mr^l^VES ~rr^J* Isp tNsnx,,r, D ?AND SOfte^ON -Limit )- Box jounce Bottle Limit toxpAm^ 14 sheets bK One 3 ES One Pint IRRADOIA One Pound Rubbing^AlcohoL DISTUNED Contains Haliver Oil and other Fish Oils, also Vitamins A, B, D, G, B-2 For Victory Gardens! Reg. 10 c E-Z MIX VITAMIN B1 PLANT TABLETS With Plant Hormonet Makes 30 Gallons Plants m Shrubs , CTrees &amp; Sm Flowers Stimulates the Bloom of Flowers and Promotes Root Growth. Save 52« POND'S • 28c Face Powder • 83c Cold Cream A $l.ll Beauty Treatme...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
HIGHLAND PARK GLASSELL PARK SAGAMORE PARK CYPRESS PARK MOUNT WASHINGTON Rsii^HDispatch 5125 Yorkßlvd. -NUMBER 26. VOLUME VI.- A Friendly, Neighborly Newspaper Sincerely Devoted to the Best Interests of These Communities LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, MARCH 12, 1942 Albanij 0193 FIVE CENTS A COPY $5O REWARD The Posi-Dispaich will pky $50.00 reward for informaiion leading to fhe arrest and conviction of any person or persons STEALING BUNDLES OF THE POST-DITPATCH left at DISTRIBUTING POINTS for carriers. Patrick J. Fagan, Publisher Highland Park Post-Dispatch 5123 York Blvd.
The Sage Says: [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 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 scrlbblings. It was just 550 years ago that Christopherus Colon, sailor and navigator, discovered the new world. An unlettered weaver of Genoa, he put forth on. various voyages from Spanish and Portuguese ports to various points in the Mediterranean and to the African ports and north to Iceland. While he learned seamanship he also learned to read and write in Spanish and Latin. He was born in 1451, so was 41 years of age when he set sail on his great adventure. ♦ * * The latest book of the month club volume is “Admiral of the Ocean Sea,” by Samuel Eliot MorIson. This is the life story of Christopher Columbus, as we spell his name. * ♦ ♦ The great navigator tried for several years to get the Spanish sovereigns, Ferdinand and Isabella, to finance his venture. All the...
Deadline For Taxes Nears Revenue Bureau Anticipates Large Last Minute Rush [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
Deadline For Taxes Nears Revenue Bureau Anticipates Large Last Minute Rush With only 3 business days remaining in which to file Federal income tax returns, 33 offices of the Bureau of Internal Revenue were preparing today to receive the largest last minute rush of taxpayers in history. All previous records for the number of tax returns handled and the amount of money received have already been smashed, according to a statement made today by Nat Rogan, collector of internal revenue for Southern California. An augmented staff of deputy collectors is on duty in each-of-fice to handle the rush. All offices will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day this week including Saturday. Next Monday, March 16th, the final day for filing returns without penalty; all offices will be open until 10:00 p.m. All persohs whose total income during 1941 was $750.00 must file tax returns regardless of the nature of their income. Exemption for married couples is $1500.00. Taxes may be paid in full, s...
Realty Board Discusses War Effort [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
Realty Board Discusses War Effort At the regular monthly meeting ol the Highland Park Realty board, held at the American Legion hall last Tuesday evening, discussion centered chiefly around the relation of the work of the board to the present war effort —how the unanimous desire of all the members to help in winning the war could be translated into specific acts. As a board, $25 had been contributed to the building of the air warning observation tower at the Legion Hall, but it was generally agreed that as individuals the best contribution would be a more faithful performance of regular duties in the finding of adequate housing for defense workers and the building of morale through the security and satisfaction that flows from the owning of homes. Robert O. Long reported upon the activities of the council for civilian defense and his appointment as the representative of the board upon that body was continued. Preliminary plans were also made for the annual prize essay contest, which...
Christian Science Servicemen's Room Now Open [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
Christian Science Servicemen's Room Now Open 10 provide a place for quiet study, writing, and similar activities in the downtown section of Los Angeles for men of the armed forces of the United States, Third Church of Christ, Scientist, has established a Christian Science Servicemen’s Room in the church edifice, 736 South Hope Street, across the street from the Y.M.C.A. The Servicemen’s Room will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p. m., Wednesdays from 10 to 11:30 a.m. and from 1:30 to 7 p.m., and Sundays from 1 to 5 p.m. There will be an attendant at the room- at all times to be of helpful assistance to men in the service who avail themselves of these facilities. Christian Science Servicemen’s Rooms are now being maintained in many parts of the country where there are large numbers of men in the armed forces of the country. Other rooms in this vicinity will soon be opened at the following locations; 3939 South Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles. 412 East Manchester Avenue, Inglewood. 320 S...
Paulson Announces Candidacy Picks Friday The Thirteenth For His Announcement [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
Paulson Announces Candidacy Picks Friday The Thirteenth For His Announcement Friday, March 13, has no terrors for Assemblyman Norris Poulson who selected the supposedly unlucky combination of Friday, the 13th, to announce his candidacy for Congress from the Thirteenth Congressional district. “Thirteen has always been a lucky number for me and I have no fear of black cats crossing my pathway,” said Poulson, as he authorized the announcement of his candidacy. Recognized as an efficient public servant through his two terms in the California legislature, Poulson is entering the race because many groups and individuals are demanding the Poul-son-type of candidate to represent them in the re-aligned Thirteenth district. After his first term in the legislature, he last year in the primaries received the overwhelming majority vote of the Republican and Democratic parties alike. Being an accountant by profession, Poulson has served on the most important committees and because of an aptitude ...
Jake Weinzierl Opens Market On Fletcher Dr. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
Jake Weinzierl Opens Market On Fletcher Dr. Page six of this issue of the Post-Dispatch contains some real special values in quality meats offered by Jake’s Market, 3400 Fletcher Drive. Jake’s meat market is located in the Mobley grocery at the above address and was opened for business a short time ago by Jake Weinzierl, who formerly operated meat markets in Miami, Florida, and Lansing, Michigan. Because of low overhead, Jake claims to be in a position to offer quality merchandise at prices that defy comparison.
St. Ignatius Mission To Start Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
St. Ignatius Mission To Start Sunday Coming during the holiest of church season—Lent—an Eucharistic Mission will be held at St. Ignatius Catholic Church’ Monte Vista and Avenue 61, Sunday, and will continue nightly until March 29. Father O’Donoghue, pastor, extends a cordial welcome to nonCatholic friends of the parish to attend and see one of the most popular and fruitful of Catholic events. A Mission Mass, followed by instructions, will be held daily at 5:30 and 8:30 a.m. The special mission sermon, together with recitation of the Rosary, and Benediction will be held nightly at 7:45. Two celebrated Oblate missionaries, Father Monohan and Father McLean will conduct the mission. Father O’Donoghue announces that tentative plans have been made to divide the parish into two parts, of which one will attend the first week of the mission, and the other the second week. A definite plan will be made on the opening night, Sunday.
Arthur Kennedy To Head Glassell Pk. Businessmen [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
Arthur Kennedy To Head Glassell Pk. Businessmen A. W. King presided at the meeting of the Glassell Park's Business Men’s Association held last Monday evening in the offices of Realtor Stephen Boisclair. Another meeting was called for this evening to be held at Hamilton’s Cafe, 3515 Eagle Rock Boulevard, to elect new officers and to complete plans -or a banquet in the installation of same. Arthur W. Kennedy, prominent attorney, and a resident of Glassell Park for many years, is mentioned as new president of the association to replace A. W. King.
Mrs. K. E. Boselly Laid To Rest At Forest Lawn [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
Mrs. K. E. Boselly Laid To Rest At Forest Lawn Over four hundred friends and relatives gathered at Cresse’s Redwood Chapel, 4824 Eagle Rock Blvd., last Friday to pay their final respects to the late Mrs. Katherine E. Boselly, of 5053 Range View Ave., who was killed last week in front of 2445 Daly St., when she was hit by a truck loaded with oranges, driven by Jack Fischer, 21, of 808 So. California St, Monrovia. Services for the deceased were conducted by Rev. McKinley Walker, and were started by the singing of Mrs. Boselly’s favorite hymns. Interment took place at Forest Lawn Memorial Park. Mrs. Boselly was an active member of the Highland Park Methodist Church and of the Comrade’s Club. In addition to her husband, Shirley E. Boselly, she is survived by three sons: Shirley E. Jr., of Seattle, Harry A., of San Mateo, and Druey D., of Oakland; also two daughters, Mrs. Blanche M. Flannes of Los Angeles, and Mrs. Lillian K. Rouse of San Mateo, and five grandchildren.
Ask For Messenger Recruits Local Police Head Issues Call For Responsible Lads [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
Ask For Messenger Recruits Local Police Head Issues Call For Responsible Lads According to Captain C. R. Handle of the Highland Park division, the Los Angeles Police department has started to recruit young men between the ages of fifteen and twenty years for messenger service. They must be of robust physique, healthy, and possess a sense of responsibility to the service. Much of the efficiency of various enrolled services depends upon the transmittal of messages entrusted to them, and the delivery of essential materials or equipment urgently required in stricken areas. Other duties are to aid in the evacuation of contaminated or destroyed sections, reunite families after raids, collect food, clothing and bedding for the use of residents of bombed out areas, care for mail of passing troups, perform tasks for wounded troups and distribute gas masks and assist other groups of Civilian De f e nse Corps in the performance of their duties. Each recruit must have the written consent of his...
Defense Stamps Now On Sale At Fox Highland [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
Defense Stamps Now On Sale At Fox Highland The Treasury Department of the United States has designated the Fox Highland, according to manager Louis G. Vega, as an official agency for the sale of Defense Saving Stamps and Bonds. By the purchase of Defense Stamps and Bonds we aid our gallant boys fighting for our glorious country, our homes and our freedom. The Highland also in association with the Red Cross, United Service Organizations and .the Arroyo Seco Library are helping them with their Victory Book Drive which ends the 31st of this month. You may bring your book presents to the Highland at any time. This is another fine patriotic gesture as it helps to keep the hours flying for the boys away from home.
Highland Pk. Man Seriously Hurt [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
Highland Pk. Man Seriously Hurt A Pacific Electric train struck an automobile at Alameda crossing near Compton last Tuesday and injured Herman E. Johnson, 26, of 1321 North Avenue 56, Highland Park, driver of the car; and Dick Morin, 26, of 356 North Figueroa street, a passenger. The auto was totally wrecked. Johnson was treated in the Heacock Hospital, Compton, for cuts and a possible neck fracture, and Morin for cuts about the face and above the right eye.
What Do You Thinkl [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
What Do You Thinkl Last Call! Last minute procrastinators better hustle! There’s Monday, March 16, bearing down on you, little more than a few scant hours away. Income tax day is now more than a financial obligation. Your tax dollars this year have become fighting dollars, helping build weapons, helping arm, clothe and feed the country’s defenders, helping bring nearer the turning of the tide in this war. For self interesl and America’s interest, get those fighting dollars in Uncle Sam’s hands by March 16! The Bar keep Joins Up Happy must have been the thousands of California bartenders who met with Army, Navy and FBI agents to mobilize their talents in the campaign to curb loose talk among citizens and to detect spies. At long last can the barkeeps put to high service their heroically developed capacity for enduring patiently the maudlin mutterings of the inebriated—or spifflicated. Liquor befuddles the judgment and loosens the tongue o J ' the most reticent man—-and by a judicious...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Post-Dispatch — 12 March 1942
SICK? Regardless of your condition and the methods you have tried, DON'T GIVE UP HOPE. See about my new LOW COST Chiropractic Health Service offered to evening patients. Call' CL-6-3278 for an Appointment This Evening SHORT WAVE THERAPY Dr. D. A. George, D.C. 5113 N. Figueroa 2nd door from Automobile Club New Shipment SEAMLESS (MASLAND) RUGS NICELY WOVEN We have just added RUGS to our regular line of Linoleum, Shades and Venetian Blinds and can give Highland Park people just what they have been looking for —long wearing Rugs at low prices. SPECIAL s&lt;a&lt;}9s 9x12 .. . 13 Other Sizes, 27x52, 9x6, 9x7-6, 9xlo-6 -• m m They're Beauties Call in and See Them BUY NOW ON OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN And Take Advantage of Present Prices K. Von SCHNABEL Linoleum - Shades -Venetian Blinds - Rugs (Open Evenings Till 9 O'Clock) 2414-2416 Daly Street CA-3388 (Across from Bureau of Power &amp; Light) FREE PARKING IN REAR