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TMH OARVANZAN* [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
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Stvhirntory. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
Stvhirntory. \V(&gt; have t vvu i ’ it) loinmcncimi ihi* jmhlicn-' tiii-t of Tut; i oU;vaN’/,an. : v'/: to 1 ncivayc our htfn lonim-ss ami to U'm'tit t'u t.nvn of t uu-vanza or the &gt; *• people then-in. If a liberal advertising pat re-matte is; '' ■ r bestowed on us, \n&gt; shall publish a full-tledeed refrulatiou ,-izvii local nesvspa- ■ pen At any rate, the size :&lt;&gt;f our paper will he in-eiv-nsed hr fast as the needs of the totht demand it, ,
Cnrviin/it. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
Cnrviin/it. Tiltsi hcamtfid i e-il.nrh -. * | Los Angles is a hot,l fs r| and ortc-half Sdiir-: north | cast of tti&lt;■ &lt; V-usi 1 Act | flic &lt; 'alii'iivui i Ci hi ! -il way. the mam line of lie 1 1 A.'-T ATS, F, i!v. in Cali.] ihruia. v „1 • &lt; &gt;arvan;.c -s ;*;ina!oi mV a i latcau in (1c vn!c-y of| the Arv'.y . t-:&lt;■ valh yi| \&gt; id. rent. until *it merges! into the Ir-s A;n'--Se&gt; lliv&lt; r; Va'A FA v-V &lt;' y. A svTci od the 'an &lt;hn !"**•■ E&gt;v, r Val-. ley iii il c &lt;ns*. ■ (At they dividir.;; »'«*!_*• at the eaAt| is Pns-idt int, U;■ d ! ■ hnv ;u 1 Fa south wi’sh can hr -.■&lt; n| the specs ' 1 1 J» Alfi’l ii &gt;.t The town is navi tally stir--rounded Jiy rolling hills. t n the cast is one vast j.laicl as far as the eye can reach,| and on the north is ihe| lofty mountain w.di of the| Sierra Mad res. Mo healthier place eaiy he (mind....
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS « O 1905 1963 Congratulations From Congressman George E. Brown, Jr. CONGRATULATIONS To Oran W. Asa and his NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS On Their 60th Anniversary It’s been a pleasure to work with Oran and his Newspapers during my 12 years service to the People of my District. George E. Brown, Jr. Congressman NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS The PAGE Story 1965 1905 @4,. A "Public Relations" Interview with Don Page, Page TV Sales and Service, Highland Park As you know Don, the Northeast Newspapers are observing 60 year* of publication service in this area. We are asking civic leaders and businessmen to note this milestone of growth. Would you add a few well chosen words. A '*• More than happy to. And seriously, it would take a full page, in small type, to really express my sincere appreciation to these Newspapers. As your editors will readily admit, I have been so involved in public affairs since I came out from Ohio, back in '52 ... I have had the need of publicity for the Little F...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS NELSON TICE Story GO The 1965 1905 (3^ Public Relations Interview with Byron Nelson and Kern Tice, Partners in the Highland Park Hardware Successful and congenial partnerships are as rare as left-handed hatchets. The Nelson-Tice partnership however Is a rare exception. Oh yes, there was another firm, Sears and Roebuck. You’re right, there are very few lasting partnerships . . . and you can delete the Roebuck name too, he's been out of that partnership for some time! Now, to the serious story of how you two fellows got together and opened up the Highland Park Hardware way back in 1948. But first, some of your personal backgrounds. Well, speaking of Nelson ... he is truly a “native”, born right here In the park, Fayette and Aldama to be exact. Tice was still with his folks back in Utah. He was 2 years eld at the time and wisely decided to come West with his parents. Settling in the Glassed area Tice proceeded to grow up and get his schooling. Meantime, Nelson, aft...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS GO 1965. Congratulation from GIL LINDSAY Councilman 9th District T "'"'l J:/ "It is a privilege and a pleasure to salute the Northeast Newspapers on the occasion of their 60th Anniversary, Their contribution to the various communities and records on civic affairs is of inestimable value. The Northeast area is fortunate indeed to have such a quality media, assuring the affectionate readership, so valuable to growth and progress." —Gil Lindsay
Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE EXPERIENCE BUILT BILLION-DOLLAR SAFETY FOR YOUR CALIFORNIA FEDERAL SAVINGS ACCOUNT! Young homed owl is battle-new and Mother Eagle is a veteran. He’ll leam the hard way that experience provides a powerful, unique land of protection. It does at California Federal, too. Saving experience runs deep here . . . 878 years among our officers and directors. And the same, astute management since 1925. It all adds up to giant safeguards for your savings. BiUion-doDar assets. Huge reserves. A federal charter. Insurance of accounts. And with protection, there’s profit: quarterly dividends paid at a high current annual rate. For experienced protection plus dividends 500,000 savers have opened California Federal accounts. The nation’s largest federal savings association is the best place for your savings account, too. Tat BETTERMENT OF PEOPLE CALIFORNIA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAM ASSOCIATION IS OUR BILLION DOLLAR BUSINESS EAGLE ROCK OFFICE: 5015 EAGLE ROCK BOUL...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
• Going Forward with Northeast LA. Citizens Chevrolet Adds Another Sales Facility To Offer the Northeast Residents the Ultimate in Service Eastside, westside, oil around Eagle Rock, Citizens Chevrolet has built facilities for the Greater Convenience of its rapidly increasing clientele. The new king-sized used ear sales center !s the latest, offering twice the selections and twice the valuesl There are the new car show rooms and the Eagle Rock Insurance Agency at 2030 Colorado Blvd. that offer you one stop convenience. And across from that is the block square maintenance and repair center. The service department will soon be equipped to handle over 200 cars per day. On Eagle Rock Boulevard is the full factory facility body shop and everywhere in Eagle Rock, and in all of Northeast Los Angeles are the happy Chevrolet owners who have made this expanding service necessary who in fact along with thousands of other Citizen customers hove made Citizens Chevrolet the second largest Chevrole...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
Ken Venturi demonstrates HART SCHAFFNER &amp; MARX-manship ■te \ M■'t* J \ ii L V&gt; \ V p_, /* I* He shows his style in the 1965 pure wool Primavaire suit Ken Venturi looks good on the golf course or off. He has a winning touch, a winning smile and a champion’s choice in dothes. In this case, the 1965 model Primavaire suit by Hart Schafifner &amp; Marx. His suit wears the mark of the world’s best pure wool In a just-right weight for wear ten months of the year. The comfort is sewn in to last, too. By tailors who. Eke Ken, are "pros”. The look you buy is the look yon keep. Hart Schafifner &amp; Marx-manship is the art of looking great at important moments. You don’t have to win the National Open to practice it It’s as easy as a visit to our store. HART SCHAFFNER &amp; MARX PURE WOOL SUITS, from fo QQ The mark of the wortcf s best pore wool ROBERTS MENS WEAR 2141-53 COLORADO BLVD. 255-5147 Bankamericard - Diner's Club - Open Fri. 'Til 9:00 - A...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
I Colorado Street Arroyo Bridge Joins Highland Park to Pasadena pT zzz. &amp; isil o« t - -i «&gt;• E i -* «&gt;• ggggg*S “",11 f *• I" «- Dakan's igHiSjsS jl CF.eiiw I- _ -I -I JULY 12, 1913 Front page of Highland Park Herald 52 years 090 was dominated by pictures of “Wonderful Colorado Street Bridge", which joined Highland Park to Pasadena. Picturesque bridge still stands, although Colorado Freeway bridge nearby carries most of traffic. NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS *6 OO 1905 1965 Congratulations From Wholesale Shoe Warehouse 5905 NORTH FIGUEROA 16 Years of sincere dedication to Family Footwear needs! 16 years of the same personalized service! 16 years of the same ownership has created a great affection for our area. We are dedicated to continue this service . . . combined and guided by our Chamber of Commerce and our fine NewsHerald &amp; Journal. This Newspaper has endeavored to complement our efforts. It is our decree to continue with this effective adve...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
Congratulations TO THE NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS On 60 Years of Distinguished Service to the Communities of Northeast Los Angeles Congressman Glenn Lipscomb 24th District Your Man In Washington peopl DEPARTMENT STORE ft (TIEROA STREET AkOELSS 42, CAL I PORK 1A v Q v 0* m i ***** 'gS&gt;* Of 0^ G IN HIGHLAND PARK SINCE I PRO • -*a»; ■ 17J7 ---“ ALONG WITH THE NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS WE ARE PROUD OF OUR Peoples !t proud to take part in this Anniversary Edition commemorating the 60th Anniversary of the Northeast Newspapers. In its long and friendly association with this excellent newspaper group we have seen it develop into one of the leading community weeklies in Southern California. We offer our sincere congratulations and wish them continued success. Its contribution to the progress of the northeast communities has been immeasurable. , \ s ooo HIGHLAND PARK HERITAGE." *f*° I*' o ******'* 0 ,ttn ofO* t0 \H TVAt „ st vUH G ©o* Y VAOVJSt' A* - - " s oH' ** O V S hW&gt;* coo‘%o ...
Eagle Rock Sentinel-serves community since 1910 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
Eagle Rock Sentinel-serves community since 1910 If was just a bare five years after Sam Wheaton and Charley Randall had gotten the little Highland Park Herald off the ground that a second newspaper made its appearance in Northeast Los Angeles. It was the Eagle Rock Sentinel, which today is one of the eight Northeast Newspapers. In March of 1910 the Eagle Rock hills were flecked with wild flowers. The proverbial itinerant printer had just arrived, and on March 9 of that year he came out with the first issue (Volume 1, Number 1) of the Eagle Rock Sentinel, printed on an open type, hand-fed press. At that time there were not more than 500 people living in Eagle Rock. Still the publishers, Otto Schroeder and his 18-year-old son, Franklin, waxed enthusiastic about the future, in words like this . . “Great Improvements for Eagle Rock Valley." "Great Progress Made at Occidental Park." “To be Great Resort." While giving full coverage to the signs of progress apparent in that spring 55 years...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
John C. Holland COUNCILMAN FOURTEENTH DISTRICT (llmtttnl nf IJ]S Qlilw of ICoff (Eilit all Sun* 12 COMMITTEE* POLICE. FIRE AND CIVIL DEFENSE CHAIRMAN FINANCE ■ EVENUE AND TAXATION October 11, 1965 Mr. Oran W. Asa, Publisher Northeast Newspapers 5722 North Figueroa Street Los Angeles, California 90042 Dear Oran: I wish to be among the first of your friends and admirers to congratulate you on the 60th Anniversary of the News-Herald and Journal and on the phenomenal growth and progress of the Community Newspapers now known as the Northeast Newspapers. I have been a subscriber, reader and advertiser of the Highland Park News-Herald and Journal for over forty years of its sixty-year life. During the over twenty years I have represented the northeast section of Los Angeles in the City Council, it has been a source of pride and satisfaction to work with you on many civic projects to promote the best interest of the people living in the communities se' ved by your papers and represented by ...