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Page 41 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
HIGHLAND PARK DIAMOND JUBILEE 75 years (OF PROGRESS' IS* 1888-1963 S! V . i V Mildred Fletcher waits on another satisfied customer while Cedi Fletcher looks on in approval. This team has been successful in tho dry cleaning business for over 26 years. Opening up at a Monte Vista location in 1937, the Fletchers operated there to 1943 and then established the Avenue 50 Cleaners which was renamed Fletchers somewhat recently. With the finest of equipment in their own plant , . . and plenty of “know-how” the Fletchers have enjoyed an earned, continual growth in this area. Cecil Fletcher has credits of being President of the York Chamber of Commerce 1955, 1962 and 1963; he is an active Optimist and has been driving for off-street parking for the York area . . . this new facility is now nearing conclusion. The Fletchers proudly salute Highland Park on its 75th Birthday. STORE NO. 1 &amp; PLANT 5039 YORK BLVD.—CL. 5-0408 STORE NO. 2 5826 MONTEREY RO. fULtES39 1937-1963 We Operate Oor...
Page 42 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
HIGHLAND PARK DIAMOND JUBILEE 75 years PROGRESS QF 1888-1963 ART FROST RAMBLER 1933-1963 OUR 30 th OVER 50,000 SATISFIED CUSTOMERS HAVE BOUGHT FROM ART FROST .. . AND HAVE BOUGHT AGAIN IN THE ENSUING YEARS . . . THREE GENERATIONS, IN FACT, HAVE SELECTED OUR FIRM FOR THEIR AUTOMOTIVE NEEDS. RAMBLER’S for ... . .77 heGreatesf In Our Entire History! WE ARE PROUD OF OUR 30 YEARS IN HIGHLAND PARK. IT HAS BEEN AN ENJOYABLE EXPERIENCE IN FRIENDSHIP ... MUTUAL CONFIDENCE AND RESPECT ... OUR GUIDING POLICY ALWAYS ... SINCE WAY BACK IN ’33 ED BISHOP, GENERAL MANAGER, WHO JOINED THE ART FROST ORGANIZATION IN 1937 ISSUES A PERSONAL INVITATION TO YOU TO SEE THE RAMBLERS FOR ’64 . . . AND TO ADD YOUR NAME TO THE EVER GROWING LIST OF SATISFIED AUTO CUSTOMERS. a ART FROST RAMBLER ★ 5944 NORTH FIGUEROA ★
Page 43 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
HIGHLAND PARK DIAMOND JUBILEE 75 years F-J*ROGRESS Proud We are r To Partkipate GARVANZA PHARMACY ft 1904-1963 The Garvanza district is virtually the “heart" of history in the development and growth of Highland Park. ’Way back in 1904 Wm. Bernfeld was compounding prescriptions for the citizens. In 1947 H. Allan Oliver purchased the store and has operated it ever since, assisted by his wife (1923-1925). Yes, the Olivers have been a part of the community for a few decades . . . since 1923 to be exact. “Our policy has been to operate a strictly neighborhood pharmacy . . . specializing in prescription work , . . friendly, helpful service . . . always,” states Mr. Oliver. Garvanza Pharmacy will continue to grow as Highland Park moves forward to even greater achievements . . . and at this time Mr. Oliver and his efficient staff proudly salute Highland Park as it observes its 75th Anniversary.
Page 43 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
HIGHLAND PARK DIAMOND JUBILEE |75 VEARsii ipPyPROGRESg, We are Proud To Participate GARVANZA HARDWARE 1906-1963 The Garvanza Hardware is exactly as old as the News-Herald . . . “bom” back in 1906 to be exact. Some 8 years ago Bill Fisher purchased the business from Chas. Fay Butterfield, truly a Hardware pioneer in this area. All thro the 57 years, Garvanza Hardware has continued to grow with Highland Park. This growth has been well deserved, based on integrity and fair dealing with all customers, whether an individual making a small purchase or a contractor needing hardwar for a big project. Bill Fisher, owner, says: “There are big things afoot for the Garvanza district. Within a short period of time the section will explode with super-markets . . . ultra-modern in every aspect. At this time Garvanza Hardware plans to keep abreast of the trend with a complete remodeling program.” Bill Fisher and staff at this time proudly salute Highland Park on its 75th Birthday.
NEWS-HERALD & JOURNAL Birth of a newspaper [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
NEWS-HERALD &amp; JOURNAL Birth of a newspaper By the late Charles H. Randall Second Publisher of HP Herald (Reprinted from the July 2, 1930 News-Herald) The story of the quarter-cen-tennial anniversary of the Highland Park News-Herald might easily be made to read like a romance of the western frontier; The paper was acquired by the writer when Highland Park’s business center consisted of a post office in a little wooden structure on N. Ave. 57, just off Pasadena Ave., in charge of Robert Stewart, a pioneer; of Reed and Manker’s livery stable in the 5800 block on Pasadena Ave., and of a small grocery store at Ave. 57 and Pasadena Ave. G. W. E. Griffith, another pioneer, was about to establish a bank, and did so a few weeks later. A bank and a newspaper go well together, especially if the banker is friendly to the editor. Griffith was my friend and still is. The newspaper was successful! FROM BLACK HILLS I came to California in October, 1904, direct from Deadwood in the Black...
Stranger and bogus bill (Re-print from Nov. 27, 1916 HP Herald) [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
Stranger and bogus bill (Re-print from Nov. 27, 1916 HP Herald) A pleasant-faced stranger walked into the Candy Shop last Tuesday afternoon and purchased several packages of chewing gum. He tendered a ten-dollar bill to Mr. Dixon, proprietor of the establishment, in payment for his purchase and was given his change in good, cold cash. Later in the day it was discovered that the greenback was entirely worthless and had been raised from a smaller amount. Reports state that a man resembling the description of this same stranger worked the trick on a candy store in South Pasadena on the evening of the same day. It is said that he had a ten-dollar bill changed there also.
Page 44 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
HIGHLAND PARK DIAMOND JUBILEE |75 vear6| IppPROGRESSj We are Proud To Participate BOOTH’S BODY WORKS 1921-1963 For over 42 years, the Booth family has been regarded as one of the finest body and fender shops in the Highland Park area. Passing through two generations, Booth's Body Works has excelled in repairs with the workingman's salary taken into consideration. This long tenure denotes the patronage of local residents and will no doubt prove the work produced by the local shop. Jim Booth founded the organization In 1921 and headed the company until his death in 1946. At that time, his son, Don, began his long reign as owner and general manager. BOOTH’S BODY WORKS 4514 N. FIGUEROA CA. 3-1281
Page 44 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
it SSs *BWh4— S-'CU ml rD •'S.teSiMrsa, rr.55 * * aira^-tas zrss£Tn h» €- o« -01 fell! -8 a* gSSg»a»i . llgsi er&lt; S&gt; £rtrauw«*» D* i&gt; •““ -O* , nmTin(inwil | *&gt; JULY 12, 1913—Highland Park Herald of Publisher Randall’s time had big story on construction of new Colorado Street Bridge, spanning arroyo between Eagle Rock-Highland Park and joining communities with Pasadena, Bridge is still standing and in use. PARK HIGHLAND DIAMOND JUBILEE 75 years progress OF We Proud ore To HOUSE OF EWALD 1956-1963 For over seven years, Ewald has been the headquarters for the latest in fashions in hair pieces. Both men and women from all sections of Southern California have made 5210 York Boulevard in Highland Park the one location to patronize for quality workmanship needed in this field. Ewald studied for many years in Europe, the birthplace for the current trend in high fashions. With this wealth of experience, the House of Ewald has been established as t...
Spring In fhe Highlands When flowers crowned Poppy Pesk [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
Spring In fhe Highlands When flowers crowned Poppy Pesk By WILFRID DELLQEEST The most magnificent flower display in northeastern Los Angeles took place each spring when Poppy Peak put on her Easter bonnet of California Golden Poppies. The highest elevation in the San Rafael area, rising nearly eleven hundred feet above the level of the sea, Poppy Peak’s radiant crown of golden fire could be seen for many miles. When caravels from Castile churned along the California coast, Spanish sailors sometimes looked landward and saw the fading sun of dusk angle its slanting rays on the flower-decked summit of Poppy Peak. Like molten gold flowing down the slopes of a mountain top, Poppy Peak was God’s glory in the kingdom of the Dons. “Madre Dios!” the sailors cried, "but it is beautiful." The land in those days was lush. It was green and peaceful. Watered by wild streams and natural springs, the hills were covered with toyon, the California holly; the laurel sumac and the spreading oaks. Yucca...
Page 45 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
CHILE VILLE 1929-1963 34 YEARS SERVING HIGHLAND PARK mm % In 1929 “c?n’SrEAK '-Jumm. rnamgrnmmm CH iu-vtu E m wmmm “ar - ■&lt;. s &lt;&gt; - I I, Paul Buscaglia, have been a resident and in the restaurant business since 1910. In 1923 I built my home in South Pasadena and thus became very familiar with the Highland Park area. To know Highland Park is to love it. It does not take one long to appreciate the many advantages, sincere people, and friendly atmosphere that Highland Park has to offer. I consider February 15, 1929, one of the happiest days of my life. It was on this day I bought Chile Ville restaurant. At that time the business operated 24 hours a day; and it was during World War II that it became necessary to put locks on the doors and close them from 1 to 6 a.m. to conserve food points. Many people consider Chile Ville a landmark in Highland Park. In fact it was not uncommon for motor-men on the street car line to call out “Chile-Ville Junction.” Man...
Page 46 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
When the Los Angeles &amp; San Gabriel Railroad, later to become part of the Santa Fe, laid the first tracks through the Highland Park area in 1885, the sleepy hillsides little knew what was to come! Highland Park was founded three years later...and, in 1895, was one of the early communities to join even-then-growing Los Angeles. Occidental College, in its original location, was founded there in 1898...in the same year that electricity first came to the Highland Park district! Later, in 1903, L. A. Pacific College was founded; and, in 1906, the Highland Park Bank. But early history is only groundwork for this city that, despite its growth, has retained its identity as a delightful residential area. Seventy-five years encompass a lot of growing. To the thriving and happy city that is Highland Park today...congratulations on your Diamond Jubilee! Automobile Club of Southern California HMMNn -- M --/ XI piipj - 'm &gt; WJ m msm I m i. 1 ♦ »I
Public spirit builds library [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
Public spirit builds library One of the finest examples of public spirit in the history of Los Angeles was shown in 1913 when $5680 was raised by popular subscription in Highland Park, several hundred people contributing, and the triangular piece of land, 360 by 135 by 290 feet, on which stands the beautiful Arroyo S e c o branch of the Los Angeles Public Library was bought and presented to the city for use as a site for the library building. This movement was started by a committee composed of Dr. John Lawrence Smith, William Miller and Thomas Fellows. The history of branch libraries in this city began 33 years ago, when the main library was 25 years old. In 1897, the library was housed in rooms in the old City Hall, and three reading rooms were established in the Castelar, Macy and Aurelin Street Schools. The same year the first delivery station was opened in a rented room at 1952 East First St., and this Boyle Heights station is the first that developed into a branch library. It ...
HP Police station here since 1925 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1963
HP Police station here since 1925 Policemen were making $l7O a month when Highland Park got its first police station back in 1925. Before that the area was served by the Eagle Rock Division then located at 2336 Colorado Blvd. The change in the name to Highland Park Division came with the new building at 6045 York Blvd. 50 POLICE In those days 50 policemen patroled the 7.76 square miles of the Highland Park division and its 50,000 residents. Today the station is manned by 118 officers, covering an area of 23.2 miles and protecting 1C 000 residents. First commander of the station when it was still in Eagle Rock was Capt. J. J. Mart, who remained in that position until 1929. The new Highland Park station was commissioned in 1926, and in 1929 Capt. Schofield became the second commander of the station. Others down through the years were Captains Weyerman, McCaleb, Willian Zink, Fulton, Cornwall, Hagenbaugh, and the present commander, Capt. A 1 Tremblay. Chief of detectives is Lt. Charles...