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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

I Sftlc/vasul vnoo rn*in, 551 A Q)l&tuc/ My best wishes to Highland Park, as we reflect on 100 years of pride and involvement in our community. 1 share with you my enthusiasm as we move into our second century as a community. Thank you for the opportunity to be of service. If I may be of assistance to you, do not hesitate to contact me. 100 NORTH AVENUE 56 HIGHLAND PARK (213) 293*7111 •i'i y ■i ‘sp!s % :l I I, t x jfe • •■,i ■ v. ; ft : -v % .• v 'll" I‘V:; .VT & Robert McGibbon ♦: o; , “v •. V •V -.:, , c •"i •’ • V ■ • {>'. f>. McGIBBONS AUTO BODY SERVING THE NORTHEAST SINCE 1960 CONGRATULATES HIGHLAND PARK ON 100 th ANNIVERSARY • INSURANCE ESTIMATES • EXPERT COLLISION REPAIR • COLOR MATCHING • QUALITY AUTO PRINTING • AUTOMOTIVE GLASS 5251 YORK BLVD. (2B) 254-1033

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

PRINTING WE PRINT SUCCESS STORIES YOUR ONE STOP PRINTING STORE Joins in Commemorating HIGHLAND PARK’S CENTENNIAL YEAR 1907 COLORADO BLVD. • EAGLE ROCK MONDAY - FRIDAY 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (213) 255-5181 p'-apo'* • Rmdinq • r 'ollahnq • > old’ Printing Wt -e e*tm < • a vita*i->ns • Caluloq• “S • Mew •" 'o cl r es • to/ o' A/' Typ&s • Widf no - r . v' • • ■ M-' pes• tk.s '.ess avJ • Pipes THE s. 1948 Franklin High School 40th Class Reunion Your longtime friends & neighbors say: “HAPPY BIRTHDAY HIGHLAND PARK” “WE GREW UP HERE’’ REUNION EVENT OCT. 8, 1988 • BURBANK HILTON HOTEL • Winter Class “Toppers ” vice pres. Marilyn Alexander Green Teacher Los Angeles City School • Summer Class “Knights” Pres. Phil Jordan Superintendent Pasadena City Schools • Reunion Chair - Shirley Mason Minser C 213) 257-8402 1. JEAN PARSON BURCH 2. WILFORD BUMMER 3. PHIL JORDAN 4. SHIRLEY MASON MINSER 5. WAYNE MINSER 6. BARBARA HETZE CONYERS 7. CURTIS ...

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

HAPPY 100 th BIRTHDAY HIGHLAND PARK! Let’s maintain our good, strong leadership here in Northeast Los Angeles through our Chambers of Commerce. Let’s continue to create business for our super local merchants. Let’s maintain excellent schools and provide adequate Child Care for our children by staying involved in the community activities. Let’s all participate so that our communities will be the greatest in Los Angeles for another 100 EAGLE ROCK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE years t’OOIATHY GW'. 5306 N. FIGUEROA at AVE. 53 NEW IMPROVED SOLUTIONS TO AGF OLD PROBLEMS THE FOOT CLINIC SALUTES HIGHLAND PARK ON IT’S 100 ANNIVERSARY MINIMAL INCISION FOOT SURGERY MODERN TECHNOLOGY NOW PERMITS IN OFFICE SURGERY TO CORRECT MANY PAINFUL FOOT CONDITIONS SUCH AS: • BUNIONS • CORNS * CALLOUSES • HAMMERTOES • WARTS • INGROWN TOENAILS DON’T SUFFER NEEDLESSLY ANYMORE. IMMEDIATE APPOINTMENTS OFTEN AVAILABLE CALL TODAY. 134 Fbi ME. 50 'O™ BLWD, THE N. FIGUEROA FOOT CLINIC 111 PASADENA FWY THE FOOT CLINIC PODIATR...

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

HERMON AREA — The Herman area was sparsely populated in the 1910. The Monterey Hills in the background are now covered with condominiums. Monterey Road (bottom) was still unpaved. The three-story building at the left was the Free Methodist Seminary and is now Pacific Christian High School. PEACEFUL COMMUNITY — Highland Park looking north from below Avenue»50 before the turn of the century. At left is the Occidental Academy, the equivalent of a high school. The stately home on the hill in the center of the photo is still standing, now surrounded by thousands of homes. OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE IN 1900 - The then-new Highland Park campus of Occidental College Academy building is at the far left, the college building in the middle and the Stimson Library on occupied a site at Avenue 50 and Pasadena Avenue (Figueroa Street) in 1900. The Occidental ' the right. y

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

£T/ve a/n*/ SPfaffl ofl EGA ARR E &ASSOCIATES fi/iauoi to o£ la nd SAiii To&ntewni<i4 •Ha fifty - J J]it (inlay (filaiUcmd lia/iic Specializing In • 5241 No. Figueroa Los Angeles, CA. 90042(213) 258-8342

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85 years of community service Ebell Club traces roots to early years [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

85 years of community service Ebell Club traces roots to early years The Highland Park Ebell Club, 131 S. Avenue 57, in the early part of the 19th century was a hub of activity for the Highland Park community. The comer stone for the Club was placed in 1912 and the main building was dedicated in 1913 in the presence of thousands. The adjacent dining building was built in 1938. However, the Club’s roots, go back even further to 1903 when 50 women (18 charter members) met with, Mrs. Howard Lunt at her home located at 111 S. Avenue 53, to form a women’s club with goals of civic improvement, cultural study and philanthropy. Highland Park was still in its infancy, depending upon the Pacific Electric car on Pasadena Avenue and horsedrawn vehicles for transportation. These women saw a need of a woman’s club. Mrs. Emma Greenleaf, lecturer and clubwoman of Long Beach, came at the request of Mrs. Lunt and gave what she called a “sample day,” speaking on current events and giving some magazine...

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First snowfall? It was Jan. 15, 1932 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

First snowfall? It was Jan. 15, 1932 It measured hardly more than an inch and it vanished soon after the sun came up, but Highland Park residents were still writing letters back east and up north about the big storm. It began just before daylight on Jan. 15,1932 and it continued for the better part of an hour, covering the Highland Park area and most of Los Angeles with a mantle of snow. And it was the first real snowstorm Highland Park ever bad, according to the late Robert H. Lindsay of 6425 Elgin St., who had lived here since 1885 and maintained rainfall figures for the county flood control district. There had been freak flurries, hail and mixtures of snow and rain in times past, but nothing like the 1932 spectacle. Children were ecstatic. It was the first time many of them had seen snow falling or been close enough to touch it and romp in it. Adults, looking out of bedroom windows with unbelieving eyes, found their thoughts carried back to other days and other homes. The early r...

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Cycleway was a dream that fizzled [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

Cycleway was a dream that fizzled One of the dreams of the gay nineties was the linking of Los Angeles and Pasadena by cycleway, to make nine miles of smooth throughfare for businessmen to the city, and for pleasure jaunts. H. M. Dobbins of Pasadena was the moving spirit of the project, obtaining by condemnation the right to build an elevated way for bicycles, tricycles or horseless carriages. A plan of financing was worked out, and the Title Insurance Company was made trustee for the cycleway bonds, which were issued in 1898. The cycleway was planned to be 20 feet high and 10 feet wide. There were to be no grade crossings. Rails at the side were to be five feet high and netted with barbed wire for the exclusion of mischievous boys. There was to be room for four wheels abreast, and at intervals along the way incandescent lights were to be placed to guide cyclists at night. The route of the cycleway began in Pasadena where the Hotel Green now stands, traveled south, approximately par...

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

HIGHLAND HOME AND PAINT CENTER FREE 5328 N. FIGUEROA ST. 20 YEARS SAME ESTIMATES LOS ANGELES LOCATION C 213) 255-8138 CONGRATULATES HIGHLAND PARK ON ITS lOOth BIRTHDAY r— 1 i * -i I LATEX FLAT I WAU PAINT j WATER BASE $ 5” (Reg. $7.99) | CODON EXPIRES 10-1588 • run SRo. LATEX ENAMEL WALL PAINT I I I I I I $ l4" (Reg. $18.99)1 I I I COUPON EXPIRES 10-1548 r ACRYLIC OOT ~ lACRYLIC FLAT WALL PAINT i $ 10" (Reg. $14.99) j COUPON EXPIRESJO-15-88 AltUActay, Afafatoonot //a it fawn att ofl HA a/ ttve LAW OFFICES OF HART AND MIERAS PERSONAL INJURY • Automobile Accidents • Wrongful Death • Defective Products • Job Related Injuries • Slip & Fall ESTATE MATTERS Probate Wills Trusts • Living Trusts ' ■ ; r * v v v • Other Personal Injures • vt?. -O • • .•* ; s\( f. 1 , .v ♦V s ' fa* * FAMILY LAW REAL ESTATE • Dissolution l"' • Agreements -• of Marriage • Landlord - Tenant ■ miunrcßi * ■ * Disputes (Divorce) • Support-Custody • Adoptions CRIMINAL DEFENSE Felony Misdemeanor Juvenile D...

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Pasadena Freeway bom in controversy # [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

Pasadena Freeway bom in controversy # Occupants of the thousands of cars that daily go whizzing by on the Pasadena Freeway give little thought to the hot debates and bickering between Highland Park residents, Pasadena businessmen and Los Angeles politicans over the location and construction of the state’s first freeway. It was back in 1895 that T.D. Allen of Pasadena made the first survey for a highway in the Arroyo. In the early 1900’s the first vehicle traffic plan, a bicycle speedway between Pasadena and Los Angeles, was sponsored by Horace Dobbins. It was partly constructed but never fully completed. Later, when the automobile ceased to be a curiosity and became an integral part of modem life, there was much talk and plans for a direct highway in the Arroyo Seco by citizens of Los Angeles, South Pasadena and Pasadena. These cities, however, could not bear the cost of construction alone. In July of 1934, the Pasadena Realty Board appointed a committee to investigate the possibili...

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Other names once labeled local streets [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

Other names once labeled local streets Highland Park has undergone a lot of changes during the past 100 years, not the least of which is almost a complete change in the names of local streets. The community’s first subdivision, made under the direction of C. W. Morgan after a survey by A. Glassell Patton, illustrates street name changes. Following is a list of the then-and-now local streets: Pasadena Avenue, changed to North Figueroa Street; Railroad Avenue, changed to Marmion Way; Lemon Street, changed to Monte Vista Street; Orange Street, changed to Malta Street; Olive Street, changed to Lynn Street; Oak Street, changed to Granada Street; and Garvanza Street, changed to South Avenue 57. Also Elm Street, changed to North Avenue 60; Cedar Street, changed to North Avenue 59; Laurel Street, changed to North Avenue 58; Walnut Street, changed to North Avenue 57; Cherry Street, changed to South Avenue 56; San Rafael Avenue, changed to North Avenue 56; Pine Street, changed to North Avenue...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

United States mSLmSmL Vol. 134 Congressional ’Record PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES OF THE 100 th CONGRESS. SECOND SESSION WASHINGTON, FRIDAY. AUGUST 31.1988 No. 134 House of Representatives COMMEMORATE THE ONE-HUNDRETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDING OF THE HIGHLAND PARK COMMUNITY. HON. EDWARD R- ROYBAL OF CALIFORNIA IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Wednesday, August 31, 1988 Mr. ROYBAL. Mr. Speaker, I rise today to commemorate the One-Hundredth Anniversary of the founding of the Highland Park community. As a community within the City of Los Angeles, Highland Park has distinguished itself with a unique and proud heritage. The "Highlands" as they were called in the 19th century, stretched from the mouth of the Arroyo Seco in the north, to the banks of the Los Angeles River in the south. In the 1870's the land on which the community now rests was primarily grazing land for sheep operated by Don and Dona Miguel Qoldaracena. The Highlands were self-contained, growing their own agricultural product...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 31 August 1988

♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ n UP RJ JL □ 7* : . (213) 254-1792 5317 N. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90042 m ■i mm -■ ■mi * :*"KB JOHNSON HOUSE - FIGUEROA TERRACE HINER HOUSE & SOUSAS NOOK-FIGUEROA ST THE. EL MIO - QUEEN ANNE VICTORIAN ' I ► pm ■ ' SEARS MANUFACTURED FARM HOUSE - AVENUE 60 PUTNAM HOUSE - HAYES AVE. MORRELL HOUSE - AVENUE 53 ii = : • mgr ▼ Once Upon A Time (one hundred years ago) there was a wonderful area called “Garvan?a”, whidh is now known as Highland Park. This was an unspoiled, undiscovered, and natural setting for farms, “eccentrics”, and families that wanted a space close and yet away from the City of Los Angeles. * ■ One Hundred Years Later, this area is still relatively undiscovered. We at Uptown Properties are striving to preserve this genuine paradise because we have the rustic hills, bygone era homes and people... little that modern Los Angeles has. We are proud to offer few “big city” amenities and so far, our biggest draw is silence and birds. Unfortuna...

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