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June 14, 1990 | PENELOPE MCMILLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jerry's car repair shop sits on the corner of Santa Monica Boulevard and Selby Avenue in Westwood, a reminder to its neighbors of a time before big office buildings and trendy boutiques started swallowing up small workaday businesses like Jerry McCormac's. "He's a neighborhood merchant who stayed," said Westwood resident Ron Fields, an interior designer. "It's not just a place for my car, but a place I can stop in and talk. He's a reminder we have a neighborhood."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 14, 1990 | PENELOPE MCMILLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jerry's car repair shop sits on the corner of Santa Monica Boulevard and Selby Avenue in Westwood, a reminder to its neighbors of a time before big office buildings and trendy boutiques started swallowing up small workaday businesses like Jerry McCormac's. "He's a neighborhood merchant who stayed," said Westwood resident Ron Fields, an interior designer. "It's not just a place for my car, but a place I can stop in and talk. He's a reminder we have a neighborhood."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 8, 1988 | PENELOPE McMILLAN, Times Staff Writer
People ordinarily don't cherish their gas station. But Jerry's Gas Station in Westwood is different. That's because 44-year-old Jerry McCormac, who owns it, is different. Attorney Chip Chasalow calls him "the neighborhood Fonz" because he loves cars and kids and seems to know all his customers by name. In an increasingly crowded and impersonal city, Westwood resident Liz Fitzgerald said, "Jerry is personal." So when Weyerhaeuser Mortgage Co.
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January 19, 1989 | MATHIS CHAZANOV, Times Staff Writer
The plate-glass window of the Century City Restaurant gives bar patrons a clear view of the crosswalk at the corner of Santa Monica Boulevard and Warnall Avenue. It is the scene, they say, of frequent accidents, the latest of which happened just last Saturday. "The guy just walked off the curb on the other side. He took one step off and that was it--boom," said L. Jerry McCormac, who was in the restaurant at the time and saw the victim just after the collision.
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