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Highland Park reservoir oldest still in use in city [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

Highland Park reservoir oldest still in use in city The century was still in its infancy when a new reservoir was built at what is now Avenue 63 and Crescent Street to assure Highland Park a supply of water. That was in 1902, and 86 years later the Highland Reservoir is still in service, now the oldest reservoir in the city, according to the Department of Water and Power. The reservoir, covering 4.43 acres, gives the appearance of a buckled hardwood floor with its planked roof behind the playing field of Luther Burbank Junior High School. It contains 20 million gallons of water and is approximately 12 feet deep. The reservoir still serves much of Highland Park south of Crescent Street. The Garvanza water system was built in 1889 by a man named Rogers and at the time was only the third pumping system in the city of Los Angeles. A water wheel in the Los Angeles River was the first and a system from Buena Vista Reservoir in Elysian Park to the old Plaza in the downtown area was the sec...

Publication Title: Highland Park News-Herald & Journal
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

YORK DENTAL OFFICE YOU’LL BE SATISFIED WITH OUR QUALITY DENTAL WORK CONGRATULATIONS cm o y&aA Ivd York f SE HABLA ESPANOL HOWARD J. YANG. D.D.S. ( USC Graduats ) (213)254-3451 6306 York Blvd. Suite 2 THANK YOU EAGLE ROCK, HIGHLAND PARK AND MT. WASHINGTON FOR YOUR TREMENDOUS SUPPORT WE’VE JUST MOVED TO NEW 4,000 SO. FT. FACILITIES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER CONGRATULATIONS HIGHLAND PARK 100 th BIRTHDAY 8:: “l : - FOOTHILL BUILDERS HOME IMPROVEMENT CO Your Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling SPECIALISTS (213) 792-2354 GEN. CONTRACTOR • LIC. #514914. INS., BONDED Doing The Job For More Californians i m CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR CENTENNIAL Don’t miss this opportunity - Offer expires September 31,1988. Bring in this ad to either the Highland Park Branch (304) or the York and Avenue 51 Branch (363) and receive a free order of checks when opening a new checking account or a $5O fee waiver on an approved auto loan. (OFFER EXPIRES 9-31-88) I ra BANK OF AMERICA AT & S\ TWO LOC...

Publication Title: Highland Park News-Herald & Journal
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

m&m %•: f: > •• .££■<•»* - sms mmmM : • mmmmm . ’■ ' • i - > * ... s ;, ■ v &g® £ '■>••■■ t' HH DOUGLAS SEVERANCE, M.D. • JOHN WIELAND, M.D. HAPPY CENTENNIAL FROM HIGHLAND PARK FAMILY MEDICAL GROUP (213) 255-1575 5823 YORK BLVD., SUITE 1 HAPPY 100! tm SERVICE ABOVE SELF Rotary Club of Northeast Los Angeles Nostalgia! Let's recall these active locals! They were and are truly community representatives. Our Past Presidents: 1945 O.K. Cole 45- Fred McLain 46- Ben Potter 47- Earl Rosenberry 48- Leland B. Smoot 49- Roy S. McLeod 50- Robert Dale 51- Lou Stroh 52- William R. Seeley 53- Owen A. Bartlett 54- Kenneth L. Gray 55- Thomas C. Schumacher 56- John C. Rigby 57- Joseph A. Lazaroni 58- Lewis V. Barth 59- Donald L. Grubbs 60- Wilbert E. Little, M.D. 61- Edward M. Files 62- Donald G. Chittick 63- Paul McFall 64- Frank R. Fucile 65- Carl W. Handy 66- Robert H. Roberts 67- Dale H. Morehouse 1968-69 William S. Frank, DOS 69...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

STOP IN FOR YOUR FREE POCKET MIRROR # m 100 TH 100 Z Z STOP IN I YOUR F POCKET MIRROR % % FOR YOUR FREE HAPPY 1 m *SIRTH SAY HIGHLAND PARK Highland Park's American Legion Post 206 was issued it's charter in Sept., 1922. For the last 66 years, the American Legion, has been active in many civic projects while serving the veterans of the Northeast commmunity. Post 206 is called "The Post Paper Built." Over 3,000,000 pounds of paper were converted into cash from 1927 to 1935. 15 members were awarded life memberships for collecting more than 20 tons of paper in a single year, and the paper collected would make a stack over 1% miles high. The building itself is a tripartite design in a classical style, A small second story structure used during World War II by air raid wardens as a lookout for eneny aircraft has been removed. The building is simple and well proportioned and fits in well with its neighbors by utilizing the same architectural features in an oversized scale. On behalf of the...

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Southwest Museum mission continues after 81 years [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

Southwest Museum mission continues after 81 years The Southwest Museum set out 81 years ago to preserve for the world rich cultural treasures that shaped the destiny of California and the greater Southwest territories. How well it has done the job can be witnessed today in the exhibitions found at the museum’s hilltop home overlooking Highland Park. The incorporation of the Southwest Museum was the fruition of four years work by the Southwest Society (Southwest Museum’s predecessor organization) which was founded by a picturesque crusader for the Southwest and everything Southwestern, the dynamic Charles F. Lummis. Lummis started the Southwest Society in 1903 as a branch of the Archeolgical Institute of America. RAPID GROWTH Under Lummis’s direction the Society grew rapidly. It assembled and transcribed 450 old folk songs of California and the Southwest. It bought the Palmer-Campbell collection of California archeological material (largely tools and vessels of the Gabrielino Indians...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

COUNCILMAN RICHARD ALATORRE HAPPY 100™ BIRTHDAY HIGHLAND PARK iB'lP v vn ROOM 333 CITY HALL LOS ANGELES, CA 90012 (213} 485-3335 FIELD OFFICE EAGLE ROCK CITY NALL 2035 COLORADO BLVD. (21 3) 257-9552 c %hxM2s &cujle/ Pock/ PlafZ/. . . iiiii ■ n wmm ***&' -- ■ : 8 ip a* leeeeW^1 Home of May Company, Montgomery Ward and 56 specialty stores with 4 theaters, fast foods and restaurants. VALUE IN SHOPPING EASY FREEWAY ACCESS LOTS OF FREE PARKING Discover the convenience of EAGLE ROCK PLAZA. We’ve got.it all! For the little ones, the big ones, too. Things to wear. Things to do. Things that work. Things that play. Shop EAGLE ROCK PLAZA today! m *i. Ml! a: A EAGLE ROCK PLAZA 2700 Colorado Blvd. (213) 256-2147 Where the Glendale and 134 Freeways meet Monday thru Friday 10 to 9, Saturday 10 to 6, Sunday 11 to 6

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

AIDING WAR EFFORT—So successful was a war bond drive under the direction of Oliver Jaynes, then publisher of the during World War II that the federal government named a B25 Highland Park News-Herald, bomber for Highland Park. The bond drive was conducted A POWERFUL FIRST—The first power pole to carry electricity into Northeast Los Angeles from the Owens Valley was erected in 1916 at the intersection of Figueroa Street and Piedmont Avenue. FIRST MAJOR BUILDING—Miller's Hall, constructed in 1886 on what is now York Boulevard near Avenue 64, was the first major business building in the community. It is shown here in 1959 shortly before if was demolished.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

fi ftfxi/ififf 4OOtA . SUsUAeUity '/nd VISIT OUR KITCHEN & BATH SHOWROOM • Expert Design Staff • Over 300 combinations of woods, finishes and door styles • Laminates, granite and acrylic counter tops Serving Builders and □ DP ✓ pa A r uciviny umiiucioumu yw T Homeowners Since 1946. V^KY^l/\Li OPEN 7 DAYS I n fine name in cabinetry itl(T 3230 Sun Fernand* Bead U)«»*> 818/802*1665 213854-7201 Highland Parks Oldest Service Club m Congratulates Our Community on its Centennial Birthday 100 th Birthday fc-455 ■lit / Gloria Molina Councilwoman, First District you a sfa fifty JOOtfi <■ Ada im/ fPa/if-

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

It's our pleasure to wish you a HAPPY 100 TH BIRTHDAY HIGHLAND PARK 'a ISABELITA V. VASQUEZ, D.D.S. 5618 N. FIGUEROA STREET 254-6108 or 254-7157 KftH! I*V h OK v. •OS I {S Slnot 1171 The Northeast Community Clinic WISHES TO CONGRATULATE HIGHLAND PARK ON ITS 100 TH BIRTHDAY. WE ARE PROUD TO BE A PART OF YOUR PAST AND LOOK FORWARD TO YOUR FUTURE. a Medical Services for Adults • New Free Pediatric Care Immunization Program Family Planning Services • Pre-Marital Blood Testing Prenatal Care • Pregnancy Testing 5809 N. FIGUEROA STREET (CORNER AVENUE 58 t FIGUEROA) HOURS/HORARIO: MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 9:30 AM TO 6:30 PM * SATURDAY 9:00 PM TO 2:00 PM 256-3884 Wl

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

w sr 100 th TOMMY 0 SON DRAKE SERVICE * BRAKES RELINED WHILE VDU WAIT * FREE ADJUSTMENTS FOR LIFE OF LINING OFFICIAL BRAKE-STATION NO. 5670 OPEN 8 A.M. TO 6 P.M.-CLOSED SATURDAYS OPEN BY APPOINTMENT ON FRIDAY EVENINGS 5929 N. FIGUEROA ST. 255-4849 255-6980 IN HIGHLAND PARK SINCE 1945 NEXT DOOR TO FIRE STATION K « Sr mmm m i ;■* ARUN AIYAWAR, VIRGINIA MAMUYAC, MERCYROSE AGRAVANTE, TOM CALLAHAN, MERLE UGALE, VERTY DEJESUS, SYLVIA RENELLA. UNIVERSAL SAVINGS BANK WISHES YOU A HAPPY 100 th ANNIVERSARY FELIZ 100 th ANIVERSARIO MALIGAYANG 100 th ANIBERSARYO TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU: •2575 COLORADO BLVD. (213) 254-2251 2700 COLORADO BLVD. EAGLE ROCK PLAZA (213) 254-9141 TOM C. CALLAHAN Branch Manager J

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A short life for a short railway [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

A short life for a short railway The century was still in its teens when a two-year-old girl rode the Los Angeles and Mt. Washington Railway to the Mt. Washington Hotel, a lavish headquarters for play and relaxation during its short life. Even shorter—and little remembered—was the life of the incline railway which ran from the base of the hill at Avenue 43 and Marmion Way to the hotel which dominated the early century skyline. One of those who remembered was that two-year girl, Miss Virginia Scott who lived at the former hotel she once visited until her death 11 years ago. “My family was visiting from Omaha for the winter when we rode on the railway,” Miss Scott recalled during a 1974 interview. “I really don’t remember much about it because I was so young, but I do remember the building at the top of the hill that housed the wheel, used to pull the cable. ” That building today is used for offices by the Self Realization Fellowship which purchased the former hotel in 1925. After mov...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

Rose Eye Medical Group CONGRATULATES HIGHLAND PARK ON ITS 100 th ANNIVERSARY m w ■ *5 V: : -v The Rose Eye Surgery Center on behalf of Drs. Michael and Marc Rose (second row center) and their entire staff wish to take this opportunity to pay tribute to the community of Highland Park on its 100 th Birthday. ROSE EYE MEDICAL GROUP AT THE INSTITUTE OF VISION 3325 N. Broadway Los Angeles, CA 90031 (213) 221-6121 MARC R. ROSE. M.O. MICHAEL R ROSE. M.O

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

•m f A ,v. I HIGHLAND PARK’S CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION ' / Jft | 100 th BIRTHDAY MAY WE CONTINUE TO PROSPER AND NURISH THE COMMUNITY FOR YEARS Ropl es Department Store SINC€ 1938 5817 North Figueroa in Highland Park rm/t GOJLDEM AMNITEmSAM

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Optimist Home serves community since 1906 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

Optimist Home serves community since 1906 Teddy Roosevelt was president and the Highland Park Herald was one year old when Los Angeles County’s first juvenile court judge, Cutis Dwight Wilbur, brought 11year old Henry Dean to the farmhouse of Jacob and Julia Strickland and their adopted son, Robert, on the premises of today’s Optimist Home for Boys. It was January, 1906, when the Optimist Boys’ Home began the work of sheltering orphans and wayward boys in the Highland Park community. The Home has continued to provide a therapeutic experience for boys and girls through 82 of Highland Park’s 100 years. The Optimist Boys’ Home and Ranch, Inc., is a charitable nonprofit California corporation established in 1906 and chartered in 1914. It is located on 6957 North Figueroa St. It is licensed as a 24hour residential-care facility for 84 boys in five dormitories; five Group Homes that care for six boys at each; and one Group Home for six girls; and a Day Treatment Program for 25-30 adolesce...

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