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Page B10 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974
Mary's lemon pie Mary Orlando, one of the finalists for the title of Lincoln Heights Woman of the Year, has been baking this yummy pie for the past 45 years. . winning compliments and prizes too. Here’s how she makes it. 2-3 cup sugar 1 tsp, salt 2 tbsp. flour 1 3-4 cup boiling water 2 large eggs ■Juice of 2 large lemons and grated rind of one lemon. In double boiler or heavy saucepan, mix sugar, flour, salt, cornstarch. Pour boiling water over slowly, stirring all the while. Cook, stirring constantly, until mixture thickens. Then cover and cook 10 minutes longer, lowering flame, Cook thoroughly and stir occasionally. Beat egg yolks. Return to double boiler and cook one minute, stirring all the time. Remove from fire. Add lemon juice and rind. Pour into cold baked pie shell. Top with meringue, made by beating whites of eggs. Add 4 tbsp. sugar and 1 tsp. lemon extract. Spread over pie and bake at 325 degrees. Mrs. Os Lemon Pic fj • SM£S • INSTALLATION i* A mm# C Xpert CLEANING WC hav...
Page B11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974
J9k VU m ILUs'Wt VLM M i Jk' SHOPPER’S GUIDE Professional And Business Guide to Leading Services ps ■ -■« - ■* ■**» » * s * ■a ■ I- w#4l rx. . &gt;SKS*:* 4 .; ■ ‘v v,W $ These Leading Professional Services and Progressive Merchants of the Northeast Communities... salute the women of the year ■*S»' W » ’ , H '■ ,'' »&gt;*" ' WmmMmsf ■ 4; : ' ' :;4 ... &gt; , ~i \ ' &gt;"/J k--1974 -■'■ l f V- ■ * * * sji :•&lt; . OWL DRUG &amp; DISCOUNT Open Sunday 10 a.m, to 6 p.m. 5634 N. Figueroa KITCHEN CABINETS &amp; REMODELING CENTER Custom-made &amp; prefinished cabinets, formica tops, pullnons, medicine—cabinet*, specialty hardware at DISCOUNT PRICES. You're invited to stop in &amp; compare. See our new kitchen displaysl HEINZ CABINET SHOP 3650-52 Eagle Rock Blvd Los Angeles 90065 256-8316 License Number #227792 A r&gt; - 7 OUR SPECIALTY OLDER HOME REPAIRS Free Estimates—Reasonable Rates State Ik. No 282 884 • Roo...
Page B12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 13 October 1974
*1 '•-vi:i k \ / &lt;r /! / Aw a am % non 18” DIAGONAL COLOR TV 2-YEAR PICTURE TUBE 1 -YEAR ON PARTS 90-DAY CARRY IN SERVICE MODEL ES 402 $ 279 YOU WON'T STRIKE OUT WITH THIS ONE! MOTOROLA 12 // DIAGONAL WHILE THEY LAST! EVERY GOOD DODGER FAN NEEDS THIS ONE TO KEEP HIS BEER COLD!!! • Frost free refrigerator • Adjustable shelves • Full width vegetable crisper • Plus many other features $ 18-LB. CAPACITY 2 SPEED-3 CYCLE GAS DRYER $ 219 S // 15 CU. FT. // mi sd MIL/Ik. pmascTTmnw JRtimiraL No-Defrosting Ref rigerator/F reezer PICK A PAIR TO WASH &amp; DRY YOUR CRYING TOWELS (IF NECESSARY) 25” DIAGONAL fjENim SOLID STATE L H m i; i Hmitm SPACE MAND 600Z SPACECOMMAND REMOTE CONTROL From across the room, just press buttons to adjust volume to high, medium, low and mute —change VHF and UHF channels in both directions turn set on or off. No wires! No cords! No batteries! r\ -U-J 5F2569P C Vi * SF2S6BW TAKE YOUR PICK TWO GORGEOUS MASTERPIECES MODERN OR COUNTRY FRENCH WITH THE...
of Service to Our Community and Country [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
of Service to Our Community and Country 200 YEARS In its 200 years the United States of America has grown from a nation of three million people living in a few colonies along the Atlantic seaboard of the North American continent to the world’s greatest nation in the world. It is a nation spanning the richest continent on earth with over 200 million people enjoying personal freedom and economic security. 70 YEARS In its 70 years of service to Northeast Los Angeles, Northeast Newspapers has grown from a four-page paper once a week to over 200 pages published twice a week. The Northeast has expanded from a few hundred people on largely pastoral and farming land to a big part of a great city with nearly a third of a million people earning three quarters of a billion dollars annually.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
We give you more for your money. At your Lincoln Heights Office of Home Federal Savings. Manager Marino Gruber and his staff. Home Federal offers savers high interest and money-saving free services: ■ Free Safe Deposit Box ($2,500 minimum balance) ■ Free Cashier’s Checks (Up to 5 per month) ■ Free Travelers Checks ■ Free Notary Service (With proper ID) ■ Free Money Orders (Up to 5 per month) ■ Free Photocopying (Up to 5 copies per month) And lots more! Stop by and let Marino Gruber and his friendly staff help you open a high-paying Home Federal Savings account. Get more for your money in Home Federal Country. FSLIC Federal Savings &amp; Loan Insurance Corp. a U S Government Agency 39 Offices Serving California HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS of San Diego Lincoln Heights Office; 2201 N. Broadway Phone: 223-1164 Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 9-4/ Fri. 10-7 HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS Home Federal Savings and Loan Association of San Diego
Colorful history of Northeast Newspapers told by Publisher [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
Colorful history of Northeast Newspapers told by Publisher (This history of newspaper publishing in Northeast los Angeles was written by Oran W. Asa, owner and publisher of Northeast Newspapers. Mr. Asa has been connected with the newspapers variously as printer, ad salesman, editor, and publisher for 42 of the 70 years of their history and has personally known all but one of the many publishers.) The multiple strands of 70 years of publishing history are woven into the Northeast Los Angeles Publishing Company’s newspapers, better known as Northeast Newspapers. Because their history is colorful and exciting, as we shall see as the story unfolds, it is fitting that we pause at this time, look back and reminisce about what has happened, why it has happened, and then look to what will be an even more exciting time in the future. Three score and 10 years is a long time in the history of any newspaper. It is especially true here in Northeast Los Angeles, because during that time this par...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
i.*S; BOYS MARKETS: 50 YEARS OF PROGRESS m Boys Market. . . Monte Vista at Avenue 56 ... ■' I Mmmm | m Boys Market . . . York BSvd. at Figueroa 2 BIG MARKETS TO SERVE YOU Founded in 1925, Boys Markets has served the communities of Northeast Los Angeles for 50 years. We are grateful of our Highland Park heritage and for the loyal support given us by the thousands of local shoppers. Today we are one of the leading food market chains In Southern California. Along the way we have made many, many friands among them Is the Northeast Newspapers. Through our close association we have contributed to the growth and progress of Northeast Los Angeles. So It Is with pride we offer congratulations on their 70th anniversary. NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS 70 YEARS OF PROGRESS / ¥
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
EAGLE ROCK LUMBER (SINCE 1910) 2223 FAIR PARK AVE. 255-1451 3SS *. »Mn I* The EAGLE ROCK LUMBER that the hundreds of community residents have come to know, today sits on a foundation of 65 years of dedicated service to the area since 1910. Back near the turn of the century, Emil Swanson first opened the doors of the Eagle Rock Lumber Company. In 1965, the company changed into the capable hands of Dep Strauch, Lew Shorman aided by his wife Julie and prides itself in having followed in the long-estab-lished footsteps of friendly service and quality merchandise. EAGLE ROCK LUMBER is outfitted for all building, maintenance, and decorating needs. The shelves are stocked with quality merchandise, a vast selection which includes distinguished-labeled hand and power tools, attractive plumbing and electrical fixtures and a fine selection of household gadgets and appliances. The paint and stain section is indeed impressive and ready to provide any color of the rainbow. The EAGLE ROCK LUMBER w...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
A. B. PAYNE CO. Salutes Northeast Newspapers for 70 Years of Community Service Bob Hess, long-time owner of A. B. PAYNE COMPANY, believes in making Lincon Heights a nice community to live in. A resident of Lincoln Heights for 43 years, Mr. Hess has not only provided neighhood residents with a conveniently located department store but has also particiapted in several community-enrichment programs. A. B. PAYNE CO. (SINCE 1932) 2701 N. BROADWAY 221-3468
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
WAY BACK WHEN Way back when in '2B It's been so long I forget the date, I got in my truck and then began A plumbing shop —one truck, one man. One by one and two by two You started calling —you, you and you. Shop was house then, but in a time I rented a store and began to climb. In a little while two trucks served you; You kept right on calling and we grew and grew. We cleaned your drains and repaired your leaks Remember in wartime? It sometimes took weeks! Then came the time when we built our own store. We hired some more plumbers and began to do more. As my family grew up the joined the crew. Both son and daughter —my son-in-law, too. Just about then the "Plumber Boys" were born You still see them weekly —their jokes and their com. Things have changed greatly since "way back then" But some of you same folks stilt call us again. This is what makes It a worthwhile endeavor Serving you yearly in all kinds of weather. So thank you old friends and new ones, too You were the ones who mad...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
TELEVISION CENTRAL ON TIME TELEVISION SERVICE! Wt RCA OR l«i! S! mm The location of TELEVISION CENTRAL was chosen over twenty years ago by owner Virgil Gaither who anticipated the phenomenal growth of the community and its future needs in the way of service and sales. The central location of TELEVISION CENTRAL and subsequent popularity made it mandatory for Virgil to enlarge quarters In 1963 and to Keep expanding his line of merchandise. TELEVISION CENTRAL has not only the best names in home entertainment but also in major home appliances- The factory-trained service personnel of unquestionable integrity is on hand to Keep your home entertainment items in good worKing order. TELEVISION CENTRAL offers factory authorized service for Zenith, RCA, Motorola Quasar and MGA. TELEVISION CENTRAL attributes most of its remarKable success to the “Blue Ribbon” service that they offer. In addition to dependable repair made by honest, well trained technicians, TELEVISION CENTRAL offers "On Time” ...