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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
WARREN STATIONERY A -r? &gt; A, T O N R V 5716 N. FIGUEROA ST. LA., CALIF. 254-6283 WARREN STATIONERY also celebrates an anniversary this month. Fourteen years ago, Bill and Anne Warren opened what is now Highland Park's own, complete stationery supply store. Bill Jr. and his wife Bernice have, since 1966, taken over the business. Also at hand to keep the store well stocked and customers helped and happy are Bill's sister Lois Barkemeyer, with WARREN STATIONERY since its opening in 1961, and Mary Jacobs. The entire staff at WARREN STATIONERY is pleasantly helpful and eager to be of service, no matter how small the purchase. Bill and his staff keep the store ready to fill any stationery supply need. In addition to regular supplies. WARREN STATIONERY also carries a variety of eye-catching, appealing lines in greeting cards. Whatever the party decor, WARREN STATIONERY has the party supply accessories to compliment any festive occasion. Boxed and custom Christmas cards are ready...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
...Growth ...Strength Peace of Mind HOME. V &gt; ’ =&gt; m T* ' A.^rv P AMER^^^-i-^RGEST This year, because of the risks involved and the declining returns in many investments, more prudent people than ever have moved to Home Savings. Savers choose Home, “Old Dependable Since 1889," for reasons that should interest youl No financial institution pays more on insured savings... Many do not offer as much in either interest or free and special services... Savings grow where the great growth is. Compare and you will find that it pays to Be Sure at America’s Largest. Now over 6 BILLION DOLLARS in assets HIGHLAND PARK 5700 North Figueroa at Avenue 57 254-5184 EL SERENO 4887 Huntington Drive at Eastern 233-3141 LOS ANGELES 654 South Figueroa at Seventh 627-7991 Member FEDERAL Savings and Loan insurance Corporation Accounts insured to 540.000 for an individual, up to 5560.000 for a family of 4 Member FEDERAL Home Loan Bank System MX 4200
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
TRITCH HARDWARE COMPANY THIS LOCATION SINCE 1945 1618-1622 COLORADO BLVD. 255-8222 Stuart S. Tritch started the second century of hardware business with the family name of Tritch when he transferred the 1859 family hardware store in Denver. Colorado, to Eagle Rock in 1945. Today the TRITCH HARDWARE is still man aged by and partly staffed with members of that same hardware-wise family. They’ve seen to it that the Tritch family tradition of being a true value store is still In existence after these thirty years of service to the Eagle Rock residents. The community’s most discriminating shopper will find an extensive choice of top quality, brand name products to fit any electrical, plumbing or painting need. TRITCH HARDWARE also carries an attractively-priced line of housewares and small household appliances designed to assist any homemaker. The garden and yard section offers a wide variety of supplies and tools tor those who enjoy “puttering around" the home. Stop by TRITCH HARDWARE f...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
* ♦ , k it* kl las I • 1 I I . J if V ,'^W)WWWW' CAMPBELL FURNITURE &amp; APPLIANCES 1931-1975 2127-2131 COLORADO BLVD. 255-0143 255-0144 Over forty years of sustained community support has helped that small appliance shop that opened in 1931 prow Into what is now commonly known as CAMPBELL FURNITURE 8 APPLIANCE INC. The midst of a world depression was not the most auspicious time to start a business, but the enthusiasm and fairmindedness of the proprietors of CAMPBELL’S inspired community residents to patronize the store and become regular customers. Jim and Betty Schaub have not only maintained the name and location of CAMPBELL'S, but they also make it a point to offer the same enthusiastic and fair-valued merchandise that existed when the store first opened. But CAMPBELL'S isn't the same store it was when it opened back in the thirties. The Schaub's have expanded the premises to not house a full line of top quality, brand name small and major household appliances but to a...
Occidental College part of local community for almost 75 years [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
Occidental College part of local community for almost 75 years Occidental College has been an historical part of the Eagle Rock-Highland Park community for almost 75 years. From its first ca' s in Boyle Heights, lental moved to Highw Park in 1898 and to Eagle Rock in 1910, beginning construction of its present campus on what was known as the San Rafael Rancho. The College has changed greatly in 75 years. In 1898 Occidental’s student body numbered 15, and in 1914 the campus consisted of three buildings. Today 1750 graduate and undergraduate men and women receive their education on a campus of 33 major buildings. The Bachelor of Arts degree is offered in 23 different fields and interdisciplinary areas. The faculty consists of 120 full-time and 30 parttime members; the student-faculty ratio is 14 to 1 with the use of parttime faculty. Eighty percent of the full-time faculty hold the doctorate, and nearly all are engaged in writing, research, and professional activities in their respect...
College presents travel series [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
College presents travel series Occidental College's 1975-1976 Tuesday and Wednesday evening film Travel Series will open Tuesday, October 7, with "Robert Frost's New England,” by Dewitt Jones, and on Wednesday, October 15, w i th '"Greece,'’ by Sherilyn and Matthew Mentes. All programs begin at 815 p.m. The remainder of the Tuesday evening schedule of films is as follows “Winter Holidays in the Americas,'' with John Jay November 4); "Scotland,” with Bill Madsen (January 13); “Afghanistan," with Stan La Rue (February 101; "Australia," with Ken Armstrong (March 9); and ‘Germany," with Ken Richter (April 20). The Wednesday schedule includes ‘‘Central America," with Jonathan Hagar (November 12); "The Magic of Venice," with Doug Jones (January 28); “Alpine World, U S A ," with Eric Pavel (February 18); “Norway." with John Roberts iMarch 31), and ‘‘Canadian Rockies,” with Stan Midgley &lt; April 28).
A national leader in liberal arts – [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
A national leader in liberal arts - By any academic or educational yardstick, Occidental College is recognized as one of the leading, liberal arts colleges in the nation While measuring devices may vary, it is relatively simple to gauge a college’s overall worth by the brilliance of its faculty, the high caliber of student body, and the accomplishments of its alumni. President Richard C. Gilman’s remarks during an informal radio interview describe some of the characteristics of a liberal arts education: . . A liberal arts college is not an institution which presumes to prepare a young man or a young woman for a particular vocational or even a professional career. There are many fine undergraduate institutions, two-year and fouryear, which do just that. A liberal arts college is not (me which specializes in a particular subject field. “Rather a liberal arts college is one which tries to encompass the whole human experience in all its richness and variety and to expose the student to ...
Jobs center gets plenty of business [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
Jobs center gets plenty of business One of the most utilized operations at Occidental College is the Career Counseling and Placement Center under the direction of Ms. Carol Stassinos, director of the center. ‘ ‘ Community business people and residents call our office to list part time, temporary, and fulltime positions and we assist them to find qualified Occidental students to fill the jobs. Many employers have used the office as a source of new employees for several years,” according to Ms. Stassinos. A large percentage of Occidental students look for part time work while they are in school, and their talents are diverse: some have business skills, some are program computers, others have foreign language skills. College student tutors who can teach high school students or other college students are extremely popular as far as the Center is concerned.
Dr. Richard Gilman 10th Oxy president [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
Dr. Richard Gilman 10th Oxy president Dr. Richard C. Gilman, the tenth president in the history of Occidental College, will have completed a decade a s president of the College in October of this year Much has been accomplished at Occidental in the past decade: several building projects on campus have been expanded or completed; the number of the College’s endowed professorships has increased; the curriculum has been revitalized with independent study programs; foreign study programs in England, France, Germany, Japan, and Spain have been strengthened; an urban studies emphasis has been encouraged; and an innovative General Studies program, blending various academic disciplines, is part of the lower division curriculum. The sabbatical leave policy has been liberalized; a faculty research and development fund established; efforts and gratifying results i n minority recruiting realized; and more emphasis has been given to student counseling and guidance. The College’s highly acclaimed...
Thorne Hall has housed outstanding attractions [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
Thorne Hall has housed outstanding attractions The Belle Wilber Thorne Hall (Thorne Hall) on the Occidental campus, erected by Charles H. Thorne in memory of his wife, was completed in 1938. The 1000-seat auditorium has brought to the community scores of outstanding musical and cultural attractions, according to Mrs. Phyllis Warschaw, manager of Thorne Hall. Local residents have enjoyed Charles Laughton, Helen T r a u be 1, Jan Peerce, the Vienna Boys Choir, Robert Merrill, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Julliard String Quartet, Aldous Huxley, Agnes Moorhead, Issac Stem, Hal Holbrook, and other eminent figures of the American stage, music, and educational worlds. Mrs. Warschaw notes that one of the earlier programs at Thorne was the appearance of Helen Gahagan and Melvyn Douglas in a “Recital of Music and Drama for the Music Scholarship Fund,” presented in April of 1939 by Sigma Alpha lota, Occidental’s chapter of the national professional music fraternity.
Artist series schedule at Occidental College [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
Artist series schedule at Occidental College Donald Pippin's "Opera Concertante,” chamber opera in its most delightful form, will open Occidental College’s 19751976 Artist Series on Friday evening, October 24, at 8 15 p.m. in Thorne Hall on campus. Pippin’s mini-opera cast of 13 will perform Handel’s "Xerxes.” Baritone Douglas Lawrence, who has appeared recently at Germont in La Traviata and Tschelkalov in Boris Godunov, will appear in the Series on Friday, January 23. This summer the California-born Lawrence appeared i n Aida with Zubin Mehta conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra at Robin Hood Dell. The 25-member corps de ballet of the Los Angeles Ballet company will be on the Thorne Hall stage as the Series’ third attraction on Saturday, February 21. Under the direction of d ancer-chorerographer John Clifford, the Ballet's repertoire already includes several original and innovative works as well as a selection of ballet classics. The well-known Swiss mime-masque theater, "Mummensc...
TIGER FOOTBALL SCHEDULE [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
TIGER FOOTBALL SCHEDULE This year the Occidental Tiger football team will begin an eight-game schedule with a contest against Azusa Pacific College on Saturday, September 27, at Azusa Pacific. The first home game for the Tigers is against St. Mary's College of Moraga on Saturday, October 4, at 1:30 p.m. on Patterson Field on campus. The football schedule is as follows: DATE OPPONENT PLACE TIME SEPT. 27 AZUSA PACIFIC COLLEGE THERE 130 OCT. 4 ST MARY'S COLLEGE HERE 130 OCT. 11 UNIVERSITY OF REDLANDS THERE 7.30 OCT. 18 BYE OCT. 25 CLAREMONT HARVEY MUDD HERE 730 NOV. 1 WHITTIER COLLEGE -HOMECOMING HERE 730 NOV. 8 LA VERNE COLLEGE THERE 130 NOV. 15 UNIVERSITY OF REDLANDS HERE 730 NOV. 22 POMONA-PITZER COLLEGE THERE 130 * SCIAC Games Occidental teams regularly compete against SCIAC opponents in the traditional fall season sports of cross country (Coach Steve Haas), soccer (Coach Budge Smith), water polo (Coach Bob Hopper), and women's volleyball (Coach Ruth Berkey). Individual schedules m...
Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
Congratulations on 70 years of progress ... the years hove also marked the growth of our business. Fidel Pontreili Realty • Sales • Exchanges • Residential • Income NOW 3 Locations to Serve You. 6325 N. Figueroa St., L.A. 344 W. Colorado Blvd., Glendale 1410 Sunset Blvd., L.A. 255-244-4139 256BLIND &amp; SHAD! CD. * * m 1 »« • « ImillUliinri OXY BLIND &amp; SHADE CO. 1926-1975 4435 YORK BOULEVARD 255-3177 Nearly fifty successful years in one location means only one thing customer satisfaction. And at OXY BLIND &amp; SHADE that customer satisfaction has always come first. That's why they've been serving the community for so long. At OXY BLIND &amp; SHADE, Ray Gornto has made quality at a fair price his dedicated purpose. Adding a full line of awnings. shades, blinds, woven woods, draperies, and drapery hardware to his quality service, Ray guarantees an answer to any window need. OXY BLIND &amp; SHADE, since its beginning in 1926, has enjoyed an...
Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
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