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Page 33 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
CALL IT WHAT YOU LIKE! WE CALL IT “REPUTATION” It's that priceless intangible that keeps our customers coming back! If you have the feeling that YOUR dealer thinks "Service" is a dirty word—get acquainted with .. COLLIAU CHEVROLET CO. The dealer who for 30 years has subscribed to the belief that only through service and fair dealing can a business survive. ASK THE PEOPLE WHO BOUGHT FROM COLLIAU CHEVROLET CO. &lt; 711 FAIR OAKS SO. PASADENA, CALIF. Where the Pasadena Fwy. crosses Fair Oaks FOR THE USED CAR BUYER-A A SPECIAL OFFER! BRING THIS AD TO DUKE or JEFF I FOR A $lOO DISCOUNT FROM THE LIST PRICE OF THE USED CAR OF YOUR CHOICE PHONE 799-4101 or 682-2153
Page 34 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
ALHAMBRA DATSUN Son Gabriel Valley's Best Place to Buy LEN ERSKINE, PRESIDENT CONGRATULATES THE NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS ON 70 YEARS OF PROGRESS AND SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY. In the new 1975 Datsun with its economy of operation, you may think your fuel gauge is going the other way. Visit Alhambra Datsun and let us demonstrate with proven driving statistics how the 1975 is much more efficient and how, over a period of normal ownership, you can save hundreds; of gallons of gasoline and hundreds of dollars in maintenance costs . . . and you will be surprised at how much your trade-in is worth at. . DATSUN SAVES . . . AND WE CAN PROVE IT! ALHAMBRA DATSUN 726 E. MAIN ALHAMBRA 289-6161
Page 35 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
r This ad will quench your thirst The next time you’re thirsty, remember this ad. It’s from Sparkletts, the company that has several good ways to quench your thirst. First, there’s Sparkletts Drinking Water. It’s clean, clear and refreshing. And it always tastes great. Bottle after bottle. Sparkletts also offers electric water dispensers for your office. There’s a wide variety of dispensers to choose from. Some with cold water, some with hot and cold water, some with refrigerated compartments. And, Sparkletts has Coffee Brewer Service for your office. You can make fresh-brewed coffee, without fuss or muss, for only pennies a cup. No plumbing or special installation required. So the next time you’re thirsty, give us a call. We’ll quench it for you. For information or to order, call Sparkletts7(2i3) 253-274 7 or call the Sparkletts Office near you—it’s listed in the white pages of the telephone directory.
Page 36 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
the' Scotch that never varieet * ** •5 . V s q i r ■ % iti C&amp; For nearly a quarter of a century, EAGLE ROCK PHARMACY has been serving the residents of the community at Its convenient, major cross-street location with the same standard of quality service and merchandise at competitive prices since that day it first opened its doors. Owner, Dr. Stephen L. Saylor, a graduate of USC School of Pharmacy, upholds a reputation of integrity and highly skilled knowledge. He was president of the USC School of Pharmacy in 1966-67 and a member of Beta Theta PI and Phi Delta Chi Pharmacy fraternities. In addition to outstanding scholastic achievements that helped elect him to the Skull and Dagger Honor Society upon graduation. Dr. Saylor was also a member of the USC Swim Team which won two NCAA and three NAAU championships. With such background, the careful and skillful filling of any prescription is guaranteed. Mr. Saylor boasts a cheerful, well-trained staff. Rose Hale, Stella Kleca...
Page 37 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
o m ... GWYNN BACON (PRESIDENT) RAY FORD (GENERAL MANAGER) DICK DODGE (SALES MANAGER) “SERVING THE NORTHEAST AREA FOR 45 YEARS” AGENCY EXPANDS IN ALL PHASES One of the Southland’s largest new car agencies -ALLEN GWYNN CHEVROLET-was founded in Glendale in 1930 at San Fernando Road and Brand Boulevard by the late Allen Gwynn. Starting with eight employees at 3717 San Fernando Road, it expanded around the corner in 1946 into a showroom and service facilities on Brand Boulevard. And when the old Gateway branch of Bank of America moved from the San Fer-nando-Brand corner, the agency moved its truck showroom to that spot Gwynn G. Bacon, president of the agency founded by his uncle, joined the business full time on September 15, 1947, after spending many summers and vacations working in various parts of the dealership. However, he took time out to serve as a pilot in the Army Air Force and to finish his schooling at USC. In 1960, ALLEN GWYNN CHEVROLET expanded again and moved to a brand ne...
Page 38 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
. A ■ m n* - KITTY HOOD TRAVEL 2158 COLORADO BLVD. 254-7321 Goins somewhere? Whatever your destination, why not let KITTY HOOD TRAVEL take care of all the arrangements to help make your trip more relaxing and enjoyable from the start? While packing keeps you busy, KITTY HOOD TRAVEL will take care of the rest of your trip. With ten years of experience, owner Kitty Hood and her qualified, pleasant staff can arrange travel by any available means of transportation to any open destination in the world. Elizabeth Hood. Courtney Montestion and Linda Dealy oft, along with Kitty, trilingual service at KITTY HOOD TRAVEL —in Spanish, French and. of course. English. There is no charge for the excellent services offered by Kim HOOD TRAVEL. Departure arrangements made by KITTY HOOD TRAVEL guarantee as pleasant a trip as passible. Upon arrival to your destination, your car rental and hotel reservations along with all other necessary arrangements will have already been made. All you need to do is E...
Page 39 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
1 PROGRESS' is being part of the community growth i. Northeast Newspapers JK\ «r- -■ ERLING CHRISTENSEN Since arriving in Los Angeles in 1937, Erling Christensen, founder and owner of UNITED INVESTMENT, has lived, worked and developed real estate in the Northeast Los Angeles area. During this time, he has built over one hundred-fifty homes, sub-divided five housing tracts and erected several hundred apartment units. Mr. Christensen uses location, design and decor as criteria for successful building. Imploying the best possible sources and services does not keep his housing units out of moderate financial reach. Mr. Christensen is one of the few general contractors and developers in the area who has propered during the fluctuations in the economy over the past forty years. Mr. Christensen is past president of the Northeast Realty Board and still personally maintains his real estate brokerage company known as UNITED INVESTMENT. Today, in addition to UNITED INVESTMENT. Mr. Christensen ...
Page 39 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park News-Herald & Journal — 21 September 1975
* » CH a I Mtt 1 5» MIKE HERNANDEZ President WE AT HERNANDEZ HIDEAWAY, CAN THINK OF NO BETTER WAY TO EXPRESS OUR GRATITUDE TO OUR CUSTOMERS THAN THESE TWO LITTLE WORDS me IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU AND WE’RE GRATEFUL FOR YOUR PATRONAGE. MIKE HERHANDEZ, OWNER OF EASTSIDE CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH INC. &amp; HIS STAFF TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO SALUTE THE NORTHEAST NEWSPAPERS ON THEIR 70th YEAR OF PUBLICATION iWiWUtf % A CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH INC. ISOS i. Valley Blvd., Alhambra A Blkt. East #f Garfield Ave. ' ■
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MMHMmmHI i v y* - t&lt;*i &gt; s ; V t k 1 A I |A ■•■•■ -•■■' imufF^BKft gf jf WH BWB tWI a M J' Wmhh js! ftt V ft « ft w ft at V n V ft V ft P “ &gt; Early this year a distraught senior citizen walked into the Councilman’s office, tearfully explaining that she had been ordered to bring her home up to code or have her insurance cancelled. The woman had no funds and was at her wit’s end to figure out a solution. Lucky for her there was a very capable and inventive woman sitting beside her. She heard the woman’s sad story and said to everyone around. “Well, what are we waiting for? Let’s get out there and help this lady fix-up her house.” The woman in action was, Charline Abernathy. She is Northeast Newspapers’ Woman of the Year ... a woman of real action. In less time than it takes to name a committee, Abernathy did it herself. She fixed up the senior citizens’s house, and that included plumbing and wiring . . . which brought into play the versatile talents of...