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Bulletin-News Big booster for Lincoln Heights [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
Bulletin-News Big booster for Lincoln Heights The newspaper which now is known as the Lincoln Heights Bulletin-News and is an important member of the eight-newspaper group operated by Northeast Newspapers, was established in 1919 by a group of business men and merchants who felt the need for a medium in which they could advertise. It was first known as "Lincoln Heights District Bulletin," and stated that it was "cooperating in the boosting of Lincoln Heights." Little editorial copy was featured in the first newspaper of Lincoln Heights, having all the appearances of a "shopper” which is still popular today in many communities. The District Bulletin continued into the early twenties, appearing irregularly at times under a number of different owners. "District” was later dropped as part of the newspaper's name, leaving it to become the "Lincoln Heights Bulletin," which it remained until 1928. On Feb. 13, 1925, the Lincoln Heights Bulletin changed owners from a Mrs. Dyke to a three-man...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
: i \ (l? 65) « - ,*&amp;Lj ■ ■ ... —- atm f * Iff ft PS I NOW 16 YEARS OF PROGRESS THANKS to the strong and loyal support of the folks in Highland Park, Angelus Chevrolet has enjoyed a steady growth . . * to the present large, modern complete automotive facility at 5100 North Figueroa. AGAIN, we express our appreciation for your patronage. Have you seen the great, new 1966 Chevrolets? Come in, pay us a visit. "You'll like the way you're treated" We salute our seniors . . . THE NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS . . . who are now celebrating their 60th year of progress! We have enjoyed our association with the publications for a good number of years. The coverage, the readership and public affection for the Newspapers has been a contributing factor to our own success. Happy Birthday and congratulations to Oran W. Asa and his competent staff. Vern Weaver ANGELUS CHEVROLET ★ 5100 North Figueroa ★
East LA. boasts top papers. Citizen and Journal [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
East LA. boasts top papers. Citizen and Journal The Eastside Journal and Belvedere Citizen, our two newspapers serving the great East Los Angeles area, have long histories of community service. Both papers are over thirty years old, one of them joining the Northeast Newspapers group 13 years ago, the other five years ago. The Journal, which was purchased in 1952 by Oran W. Asa, Northeast Newspapers owner and publisher, was founded by the late Al S. Waxman, a veterans newspaperman who had been associated with various newspapers and had made his home in the Boyle Heights area. He published his first issue on March 21, 1935. less than a year before the birth of the Journal, two enterprising men named J. Harmon P. Caskey and Albert L. Barney, founded the Belvedere Citizen in the neighboring community of Belvedere Gardens. These two newspapers, with a present day combined circulation of 35,200 every Thursday morning, are now published from modem and spacious offices at 3590 East First St...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS j*. 1965 1905 o*6 i Congratulations From m San Antonio Winery 737 Lamar Street, Lincoln Heights We Are Celebrating Our 48th Birthday (1917-1965) Steve and Maddalena Riboli Take This Opportunity to Salute the News-Herald &amp; Journal on the occasion of their 60th ANNIVERSARY NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS 1965 4905. The H. Allan Oliver Story Public Relations Interview with H. Allan Oliver, Garvanza Pharmacy, 6326 York Blvd., Highland Park • Mr. Oliver, hove you ony idea how many prescriptions you have filled since you started to work as a druggist in the Garvanza district back in 1923? A No way of telling, but just to be whimsical, lets say that laid end to end they would stretch from York Boulevard to my home town in Canada and then at least back to Chicago! Simply, thousands and thousands and for at least two generations of families in the Northeast area. ' The original Harry G. Lippen store, formerly located on the opposite corner from the present Garvanza Phar...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
Congratulations on 60th Anniversary of Northeast Newspapers and BEST WISHES to ORAN W. ASA Who has devoted more than 30 years to Community Betterment through newspaper education and news reporting. ASSEMBLYMAN JOHN L E. "BUD" COLLIER 54th District 1109 Fair Oaks Avenue South Pasadena, California A Public Relations" Interview with Walter Knudson, Knudson Auto Supply, 5800 N. Figueroa, Highland Park V'* The Big Tire on the Corner" This king-size rubber do-nul hos become more than just a landmark in Highland Park. The monster is really a symbol of your firm. To answer some of the many questions about it, give us a little background Mr. K. A, O.K. Here are the facts, man. A one of a kind tire made to fit the B-19 Bomber, 9 foot high, 4Vs feet thick and made of 34 ply nylon. Cost? Hard to say what it cost Uncle Sam . . . but a similar size tire made for earth-movers run a bit more than $7,000. I was lucky enuff to buy it for $75 from a tire concern going out of business. 't'* We know Wal...
South Pasadena Journal-Citys leading newspaper [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
South Pasadena Journal-Citys leading newspaper The South Pasadena Journal is one of the brightest of the eight Northeast Newspapers, and goes by United States mail to all 9,218 dwelling units in that city every Thursday morning with one of the best printed, best edited and best read newspapers in California. It exemplifies the fundamental working principle that these newspapers have expressed through the many years of their existence, which it 9 dedication to the service of the community being served. As the publisher has put it on many occasions: "The community newspaper is meaningless outside of the context of the community which it serves. The measure of its worth must be found in its validity as a communications medium which accurately mirrors the common hopes, interests, and aspirations of its community.” The Journal was founded 12 years ago, first as a shopping publication, then in 1961 it was converted to newspaper style and content, and in December of 1963 its circulation wa...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
HIGHLAND PARK HEARING AID CENTER FIRST Hearing Aid CENTER IN THE Northeast Area! We Solve Hearing Problems! } HAPPY lIRTHIAV )f TO THE Highland Park Northeast Newspapers J CA TH ON THEIR o||- ANNIVERSARY * * f I * * We Sell and Service Most FAMOUS BRANDS • BATTERIES • ACCESSORIES • FITTINGS Come In For A Demonstration Ask About Our Golden Ear Special! HIGHLAND PARK HEARING AID CENTER 5920 NO. FIGUEROA ST. Same Block as Post Office Clinton 6-3221 MH. t MAS. P. W, LUTZ HIGHLAND PARK RESIDENTS SINCE I«2t
Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
South Pasadena Journal IPS ANGtlll. MOV|Mlt&gt;~3«, l»&amp; U PAM Jortl&amp;ing ISP Christmas parade to be event's largest By BUfrid Dellquegi When American families sit down t® their Thinks. jWnf dinner, and worshippers foregather In churchei. they shoujd reserve gome small measure of thanks to •Sarah Josephs Hale, the noman who was responsible for tha modem Thanksglvine festival. If It had not been for Sarah Hale. Thanksgiving Thursday would be lust another ordinary day.* —— - *ack ‘i* the jTih century, least lemma of American wo•here were • few sporadic mcn . Thanksgivlngi and then the ah- vrM , _ vrf . v _ . ... .11 kit M|.m N s;.PiSJfJI„ ’ TtotecMw u . r.110n.1“!£"22 “ ’ ■23 •ton and ilralaaa effort by «ne| ,# n 1 I# * •* u '* , * r "** •f the mast eemerkahla anil (Continued on Pace 3) CRA receives okay' for sale of 80 lots The Community Redevelopment Agency wag given the green light today to proceed on plans for sale of the first SO of 631 fully-imprdve...
El Sereno Star-vital link in newspaper group [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
El Sereno Star-vital link in newspaper group The years immediately after the conclusion of World War II gave birth to many new businesses, including quite a large number of newspapers. One of them was the El Sereno Star, serving the area along Huntington Drive from the Monterey hills to the Alhambra city line and Eastern Avenue as far south as Valley boulevard. Founder of the Star was the late Fred Wilhite, one of the most energetic and promotionally-minded newspaper publishers in recent years in these parts. He had previously spent nearly a lifetime in the newspaper business, both in Illinois and here in the Los Angeles area. In 1951 he published his first copy of the El Sereno Star, and delivered it to 10,000 homes in the El Sereno area by United States mail with local housewives addressing the papers each week by hand. First office of the Star, at 4948 Vi Huntington Drive South, gained the reputation of being the smallest newspaper office in the world. It was 10 feet wide and fiv...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS 60 1965 1905 - m Congratulations From i/cleut, 4 5631 NORTH FIGUEROA ■■■■■■m We Are Celebrating Our 45th Birthday (1920-1965) Bill and Keith Vileta Take This Opportunity to Salute Oran Asa and the Northeast Newspapers on the occasion of their 60th ANNIVERSARY NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS GO * 1905 1965 Family The MANDALA X feiAwam T m : J f ***** Back in 1929 on the corner of the location across from the present new Mandala “Double M” Market. ''.V '••« t\§2 A f 2 Joe Mandala, produce expert, stands proudly before his stock. Note the prices. . . and you know this was some years ago. Victor and his sister, Anabelle Mandala ... at a tender age. Note Vic’s curly hair and Anabelle’s friendly smile. A Public Relations Interview with Mrs. Sarah Mandala, Double M Food Market, 6655 North Figueroa Saverina Precede, I can well imagine this name will sound rather odd to the many friends and neighbors who have become acquainted with you ever quite a few years. A Yes ... my maiden na...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS OO 1905 1965 &amp;i/tsvcve&gt;vi4z?ttts Congratulations From Tom Smith Window Shop 5511 YORK BLVD. We Are Celebrating Our 20th Birthday (1945-1965) Tom and Mary Smith Take This Opportunity to Salute the News-Herald &amp; Journal on the occasion of their 60th ANNIVERSARY We Hope this newest tribute to ROYAL will attest to our confidence in the community we serve COMMUNITY AWARD &amp;W Sa.vi.rigg ant? Coan~-foociation. t DENT LOS /&amp;fxz/fla.M-nyirur' ANGELES BEAUTETOL OUR THANKS to the NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS for the contribution they have made toward the progress of the community. R-OYAL BaH S-AVIINfGS and Loan Association 4887 Huntington Drive • Los Angeles 32, Calif.
Page 17 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
Congratulations from Richmond Lumber Co. NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS 1905, 1965 Richmond Brothers Lumbor Company is on* of the business** established in th* past era that it ttlll thriving and serving this community. Thirtyeight yeart ago two young brothers, Albert and Frank, came here from Canada and opened their own business on a "shoestring.” The first location of this popular establishment was at the corner of Mission Road and North Broadway. Starting with two old trucks and dealing in used lumber, the Richmond brothers built their own business until It was necessary to move to larger quarters. It was then, In 1938, that the lumber yard was moved to its present site at 4591 S. Huntington Dr. By this time the business was expanded to Include all varieties of building materials, including hardware, paint, plywood, reck, sand, gravel and cement. Several years ago Albert Richmond took over the Interests of his brother, Frank, and managed it until his death In 1964. It Is still a Richmond f...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 17 October 1965
&amp; , .t *rV ■ * ■ i .. . V . V t-r u- 4 . ■-» &gt; i ■« NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS 7^ oo 1905 1965 Qynnw&amp;t&amp;tvwy is I y *; m -\ i SINCE 1905 THE OLDEST, MOST RESPECTED WEEKLIES IN LOS ANGELES “It is not enough to just put out a newspaper no matter how excellent. By definition, a community newspaper has a direct responsibility to take the lead in promoting projects that seem necessary to the well-being of the community it serves.’’ Oran W. Asa, Publisher Northeast Newspapers LEADERSHIP FOR 60 YEARS W, hatever makes a newspaper great, it must be measured within the framework of the community that it serves. This is the concept that has guided the Northeast Newspapers; the things done in the interests of the communities they serve, those are the true measures of a suburban weekly's greatness; the schools and parks and libraries, the freeways that serve rather than destroy, the expanding shopping facilities and the burgeoning residential areas these a...