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Page 44 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 8 November 1964
We at Ivers wish to extend our sincerest congratulations to Mrs. Homemaker of Northeast Los Angeles and to all the other outstanding women of this area who have added so much to the growth and betterment of our community through their many activities! Pitt . s mi ,, J ■B n »• &lt;•' &lt; We at Ivers are especially proud of our own Mrs. Jesse W. Ivers Sr., who along with her husband. Mr. Ivers, founded Ivers Department Store 51 years ago. Ivers started as a small shop called La Mode Dry Goods and through the yea is has grown and prospered with the community of Highland Park. Now a complete department store, the smart women of this area know they can always find the newest and finest in fashions for themselves, their families and their homes. Mrs. Ivers and her children, who are now buyers and eo-owners, have continued the tradition she started 51 years ago . . . that “quality is always your best bargain." / IVERS f &lt;Pf&gt; IVERS • NORTH FIGUEROA AT ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
ALL PRAISE TO THE NEWS-HERALD &amp; JOURNAL ON ITS 60th BIRTHDAY, BUT IT'S STILL JUNIOR TO THE HIGHLAND PARK DRUG CO. BY 2 YEARS. i A Million Prescriptions! Sinc« 1903 to the present, sixty-two years later, over a million prescriptions have passed through the sure hands of HP Drug s' pharmacists. Wonder drugs have replaced the old time remedies but the integrity that guided the original “apothecarists" remains constant! Celebratin ( Years OF SERVICE TO HIGHLAND PARK 9 0 3 TO i 9 6 5 Five years after Al Neiss had brought his blacksmith shop to Highland Park, Mr. Prettyman established the Highland Park Drug store . . . We get nostalgic thinking about it the rich, solid mahogany cabinets, highlighted by the white tiled floor, and the heady aroma of sassafras tea blending with the tantalizing smells of rock candy and ginger beer. HP Drugs Now Presents the Modern World of Science and Beauty! Things have changed as the times have changed and science has advanced into the age of th...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
x I fa&amp;Afosi *r •■*;-. r "The Years Add Zest To The Act of Serving Our Communities! • ; S :■:■:■&lt;■ I II JIM MADRID Owner, Western Auto Supply V/W H * IF IT’S TRUE THAT A BUSY MAN STAYS YOUNG . . . THEN JIM MADRID IS ASSURED OF STAYING YOUTHFUL . . . ETERNALLY! MADRID HAS BEEN IN THE MIDDLE OF CIVIC AFFAIRS EVER SINCE ARRIVING IN LINCOLN HEIGHTS. . .Just a few of his activities include: President of Lincoln Heights Chamber, Vice-President both for the Kiwanis and the L.A. County Federation of Co-ordinating Councils . . . as well as being on the Mayor's Advisory Board, etc. etc. Jim Madrid and his bride, Ernestine, fake pleasure in saluting the excellent newspapers that comprise the Northeast Newspaper Group ... on the occasion of their 60th Anniversary! JIM MADRID 2122 NORTH RPOAi&gt;w*y 222-0171
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
igSl. rs» V' '-W M f In •• * You'll never believe your oyes when you see what's in store for the women one flight up in Biamonte's Men's Shop. Women of taste may look forward to a new standard of fashion service ... a breathtaking collection of fashions selected from the fashion centers of the world. In this romantic setting the women of fashion will find new adventure in choosing from the very finest of style wearl 18 YEARS OF MEN'S FASHION SERVICE IS NOT ENOUGH-NOW BIAMONTE ADDS A UNIQUE SERVICE FOR THE LADIES This doth Anniversary Celebration of the Northeast Newspapers provides the right historical framework to announce Biamonte's new venture. Our “Flight One" upstairs has been converted into a Roman courtyard, complete with water fountain, Fashion Show stage and the glitter of elegance everywhere! It's like magic, the way you go up from the usual Broadway street scene then, presto, walk as if through a magic mirror into the magnificance of ancient Rome. It is a classical settin...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
'A (r* WAY BACK WHEN fi Way back when in '2B !♦'» been so long I forget the date, I got in my truck and then began A plumbing shop one truck, one man. One by one and two by two You started calling—you, you and you. Shop was house then, but in a time I rented a store and began to climb. In a little while two trucks served you; You kept right on calling and we grew and grew. We cleaned your drains and repaired your leaks Remember in wartime? It sometimes took weeks! Then came the time when we built our own store. We hired some more plumbers and began to do more. As my family grew up they joined the crew Beth sen and daughter my son-in-law too. Just about then the “Plumber Boys" were born You still see them weekly their jokes and their corn. Things have changed greatly since “way back then” But some of you same folks still call us again. This is what makes if a worthwhile endeavor Serving you yearly in all kinds of weather. So thank you old friends and new ones too You were the ones wh...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
WS-HERALD TODAY PRINTS PAPER FOR OUR SERVICE BOYS! Tlatuntj-r-*&gt;.imeuf fef wiTT *# i. I net ure you, by the d'ltr'a cooperate tn Ibt detente »f .'•■ ill. It uilUteadfattly main- • inil.7 0/ our nation and meet ■ilmeel fidelity 11$ contractual os fo ffia Unlit 4 State*. a «a- -• h'fh (M are linked by tlrong ed agreements, which my you* "111 meet loybßy keep '’ I moo ADOLFO tw LA Ouajota. President of Panama OSSROADS OF WAR ry of *ll Latin Amer-yln addition to th# vital passagestrategic a position 00 •n'», from which tha '■atts leases Its great canal, a vital link i a possible flexibility of In this global war. .11 tha other nations to *. Panama has smelled of pre-axis propaganda, vol bad- Panamanians ! ara aware of the threat axta has held over the tlnent to the south, and r came to North Amer- • ms. like others of her hesitated not la her Vha declared war. the people of tha Re- : Panama ara allied to ed Nations and their part • performing well. No ■ttfa forei la asked, or...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS .1905, 1965, Congratulations From Oxy Blind &amp; Shade 1926-1965 39 years in this area ... 39 years in the present location. This proven “stability” means but one important thing . , . that is, customer satisfaction. Here at Oxy Blind &amp; Shade we have made quality at a fair price our dedicated purpose. R. B. Gornto states that years ago he noted that the majority of his business came from this area ... so he logically selected Highland Park as his location. His decision proved correct. In the years that followed the company enjoyed an ever increasing growth. Oxy Blind &amp; Shade is located conveniently at 4435 York Boulevard. R. B. Gornto congratulates the NewsHerald and the Northeast Newspapers on their 60th Anniversary!
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
Your Friends and Neighbors, the people of MONARCH u«T "DOFF THEIR HATS” to the NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS J9OET GO I- J965 On Their 60th Anniversary I t Norman D. Kull, executive vice president and Managing Officer Director. Previously associated with large Federal and State Savings t Loan Association at vice president and general counsel. Oran W. Asa, president and director. Publisher of the Northeast Newspapers. s&amp;£ / m w&gt; Robert L. Glacopuzzi, director. A member of Giacepuzzi A Co., insurance brokers. Carroll B. Cone, treasur and director. Owner Air Compressor Exchange Co. George E. Brown, Jr., vice president and director. Congressman, 29th district. t Ernie Oates, director. Founder of the Ernie Oates Automotive Centers. tr Stephen L. Melnyk, director. Realtor, CPM; owner, Melnyk Property Management Co. Monarch is a comparative newcomer to communities of Northeast Los Angeles, but it is an authentic product of pioneering spirit that shaped th...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS 'ML* 1965 1905 ■i Congratulations From Assemblyman George E. Danielson Assemblyman GEORGE E. DANIELSON Congratulates Oran Asa and the Northeast Newspapers on this 60th Anniversary ASSEMBLYMAN DANIELSON is proud to serve and represent in the California Legislature the great northeast communities of Lincoln Heights, Mt. Washington Glassell Park and El Sereno, Which comprise the areas served by the Northeast Newspapers. A "Public Relations" Interview with Ben Allen, Allen Electric, 113 South Avenue S8 Ben, we know that you are truly one of Highland Park’s pioneers . . . you might even say, founding fathers. Were you a “native son"? A, No, not in the pure sense of the word, but at least I was heading West back in 1904. I was drinking warm Mother’s milk in the cabin of a ship, just put out from Ireland. The whole Allen elan was there, parents, grand-parents too. On deck the Irish crew was sampling their famous Irish brew. It was no mystery why we hit an iceberg . . ....
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
-Jr 9 TS 4' r % s r * In 29 Years of Service Wharton's has provided the Touch of GREEN BEAUTY to Hundreds of Eagle Rock Homes! Yes, Wharton's has lent its green thumb to countless household gardeners in and about Eagle Rock and other Northeast Communities for 29 years. We get a warm feeling thinking about all of those nice people whom we were privileged to work with in planning and planting their gardens, designing their patio shrubs, lawns and landscaping. We're proud to have contributed to the charm and beauty of Eagle Rock and other ' Northeast communities. We relish the increasing popularity of our Nursery Service, for it is the best confirmation that we are giving you what you want the widest selection of fine flowers and nursery products, at the lowest prices! WHARTON S NURSERY 4958 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. EAGLE ROCK PHONE 255-8063 r r
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
TELEVISION CENTRAL IS CELEBRATING 15 YEARS IN NORTHEAST LOS ANGELES OVER THE YEARS WE HAVE GROWN FROM A SMALL STORE IN 1950 TO--Tlil m NORGE Admiral. NORGE WASH DAY TWINS The washer has 3 Temp, selection, automatic wash, rinse and spin action, and 5 fresh water rinses. The dryer has a bigger dryer drum, giant lint screen, and 5 way venting. RCA VICTOR © Admiral NEW RCA HI-LITE COLOR TUBE with rare-earth phosphors delivers brighter color than any previous RCA COLOR TUBE . . . brightness unsurpassed in the Color TV industry. Color 23" m w PHI L C O Color fidelity control. 3 BIG screen sires to choose from 21”_23”—25". Tilt out tuner. ,*rr:! i pm. I** vv &gt;v ‘♦Vl m COLOR • Transistorized UHF tuner • Memorymatic pre-set tuning • Philco designed and manufactured chassis motorola • Hand wired super range finder chassis • Custom handcrafted all wood cabinets • Instant Color Purity (ICP) • Computer dial Rectangular Color TV V m • Automatic color indicator light • Frame grid IF amp...