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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
Verichrome Gives You Better Winter Pictures KODAK Verichrome Film gives you better winter pictures because its double-coating guards against underexposure on dull days—helps prevent overexposure when you take pictures in brilliant, snow-reflccted light. Always load your camera with Verichrome. And always see that your exposed films come to us for superior developing, printing and enlarging—promptly done. —SAGER’S—STATIONERY &amp; GIFTS At the Circle 21C1 COLORADO BLVD. Verichrome All Popular Sixes Kodak
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
EXTRA SPECIALS All Work Guaranteed Shampoo and Dry Finger Wave 60c OIL TREATMENT Shampoo and Finger Wave. $l.OO PERMANENT WAVES $3.00 and Up Open Evenings by Appointment Another Ticket Drawing Soon! Dahlia Beauty Shop ALbany 3622 5110 Townsend R or K iRY D A V M SPECIALS Mon. Tues. Wed. MEN’S - SUITS Gleaned &amp; Pressed 23 c PANTS ... Cleaned &amp; Pressed MEN’S O’Coats... Cleaned &amp; Pressed ANY LADY’S DRESS or COAT Cleaned &amp; Pressed SKIRT or SWEATER Cleaned Sc Pressed WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER At Small Additional Charge. RIGS up to 9x12 17c 45' 45' 20' $1 .19 Called for. Cleaned, Sized, Laid Minor Repairs Free Garments Insured HANSELL &amp; CO. Odorless Dry Cleaners Phone: AL. 3084 1563 E. COLO. BLVD.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
SPARTANtMARKET 4714 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. R. N. WEAVE R, Proprietor. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CLeveland 69375 SPECIALS on SALE MONDAY, TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27-28, MARCH 1 Flapjack .. Lge. Pkg. 1 Kc PANCAKE FLOUR A t/ HONEY £lb.canQPJc PURE MOUNTAIN KELLOGCS PEP Pkg. §c CHOCOLATE % lb. cake 1 fic BAKER'S PREMIUM A U IRIS PEAS No. 2 Can 1 PJc FANCY SWEET WRINKLED A fj GRANULATED SOAP Lg. Pkg. 10c PEET'S A If TOMATOES No. 21/2 can 11c LIBBys SOLID PACK A A BOBRICK'S CLOUDY pALMOLIVEgOAP 3 cakes Jgc AMMONIA Pint 19c BOBRICK'S CLOUDY A M ARGO GLOSS STARCH PJc 12-OZ. PACKAGE PEACHES ... .9 No. 21/2 cans 9Kc BLACK AND WHITE *" "■ " HOMINY No. 21/2 can 1 Ac BRIARDALE A VF ZWIEBACK Pkg. 1 Ac HUNKE-DUNKE. EUROPEAN STYLE A " DRAINO can 1 Qc OPENS DRAINS A %J PUREX Pints fic THE MASTER BLEACHER " AMAIZO SYRUP Jug 1 PJc CAN AND MAPLE. PERFECT BLEND EGGS U. S. EXTRAS, LARGE HOZEN 17 c CHEESE WHOLE MILK pOUND 16 c RING New Concentrated Dog Food Eg pkg. 23 c Sm lo c CRACKERS Snow...
Women Service Group Fosters Three Programs [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
Women Service Group Fosters Three Programs Citizens of Los Angeles who saw the efficiency of the women-folk in Handling the big task of acting as hostesses to the thousands .of Olympiad visitors, are watching with interest the development of the Women’s Community Service association, auxiliary to the Chamber of Commerce, which has been organized to continue on a more comprehensive scale the work undertaken by the hostess committee. Four major plans have been laid out, one of the most Important of which is that of making a community project out of the pageant, “California Greets the World," presented twice in Hollywood Bowl during the Olympic games, Mrs, Harold Ide Cruz in of Fagle Rock who acted as vice-chairman of the Olympic Games committee, is chairman of the pageant in the Women's Community Service association. “The Chamber of Commerce feels that there is a civic value in the pageant,” Mrs. Cruzan explained. “People of different nationalities are brought together and each family...
E. R. WOMAN’S COUSIN IS DESIGNER OF BLUE BIRD [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
E. R. WOMAN’S COUSIN IS DESIGNER OF BLUE BIRD Sir Malcolm Campbell’s new au-j tomobile speed record, made at Daytona Beach, Florida, was of particular interest to an Eagle Rock woman, Mrs. Mary Murray. Her cousin, Reid Ralton, a young Englishman, designed the Blue Bird racing car in which Campbell broke all existing records. 11l ispeaking ’-of Mr. Ralton, Mrs. Murray said: “The public may be interested in a few facts about my cousin. Reid Ralton, designer of the Blue Bird. He was educated at Rugby and built his first car at the age of 14. He served during the war in the British navy on a submarine chaser. For several years he was chief engineer at the Leyland Motor Works, England, but now has his own plant near the Brooklands racing track where he specializes in racing cars. He fitted the Blue Bird with a new Rolls Royce engine and made changes in its design.
J. D. PETERS WINS NATIONAL HONORS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
J. D. PETERS WINS NATIONAL HONORS With the removal last week of Jock D. Peters and his family from 1651 Hill drive, to 5237 Alta Canada road, La Canada, Eagle Rock suffered the loss of one of its foremost artists. Mr. Peters who is art director for Paramount Pictures corporation and an architect of international repute, came directly to Eagle Rock upon his arrival from Germany in 1923. He previously had been director of the government art school at Altona, Germany. Upon his arrival here Mr. Peters accepted a position with Paramount. He resigned a few years later to establish offices of his own in downtown LoS Angeles. During this period he designed the interiors of the first three floors of Bullock’s Wilshlre store and all of the interiors of the new seven-story Hollander building, on Fifth Avenue, New York. The Hollander store is known as the oldest and most exclusive woman’s wear firm in the East. Mr. Peters has won numerous first awards in international competition in furniture a...
NAME GIVEN CLUB BY CAMERA FANS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
NAME GIVEN CLUB BY CAMERA FANS “Foothill Pictorlalists” was chos- j en as the tenative name of the new &gt; camera club at the last meeting. | held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.' H. E. Howes, 1285 Oak Grove Ave., San Marino, Feb. 16. It was the third gathering of the camera enthusiasts since they were first called together at the Eagle Rock library Jan. 27, by Curtis H. Shcr-1 wood, of 373 Elmwood drive, Pasadena. To date the meetings have been devoted almost entirely to getting acquainted. At the last meeting Mr. and Mrs. Howes exhibited their large collection of prints: August Schnell, 37 East Palm Ave., Altadena, displayed fine examples of ar- | tlstic photography by members of, the Los Angeles Camera club, among which were several of his own. H. Jackson, 2221 Las Colinas Ave., Eagle Rock, an arial photo-1 grapher with the national coast guard, had several interesting prints of ancient Indian ruins in Arizona, 1 which were taken from the air. j Several others also brought e...
KOSLOFF GIVES RECITAL AT OCCIDENTAL TUESDAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
KOSLOFF GIVES RECITAL AT OCCIDENTAL TUESDAY Prof. Alexander Kosloff, pianist, will give the second faculty recital of the semester at Occidental college in the music building tomorrow evening, at 8 o’clock. His selections will include the first movement of the Grieg “A Minor" concerto, with Prof. Walter Hartley of the Occidental music department playing the orchestral parts on the organ. The recital following this will occur during the regular chapel period in the morning of March 9, when Prof. Borisoff will present a program of violin numbers.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
SPECIALS Studio Cleaners 1588 COLORADO BOULEVARD A PUBLIC ACKNOWLEDGEMENT TWENTY-ONE years ago this institution had its beginning in a very small way. Even that initial effort was made possible only through the support of a loyal group of friends. From the outset we regarded the character of our service to be such as to depend very largely for its promotion on the zeal and devotion of friends rather than the usual methods pursued in the establishment of a mercantile business. Each succeeding year has brought its reflections, and while we fully sense our own responsibility we also recognize the important part that friendship has played in our constant growth. We know this because of the voluntary expressions of many coming to us for service indicating they were prompted in doing so by the recommendation of a mutual friend. The opportunity is not always accorded us to personally thank our friends and neighbors because the recommendations are frequently made without our knowledge, so w...
WEST END PROTEST MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
WEST END PROTEST MEETING The West Eagle Rock Improvement association will hold a meeting for citizens and taxpayers, in San Rafael school at 8 o'clock next Thursday evening, for the purpose of considering the assessments that are spread over the district for N. Pigueroa street. Protests will be on band and those who desire may sign them. This meeting is called to jnable anyope, who has not been Taimiiar with"the' facts of the .as-J sessments, to learn of them and to voice his sentiments. They will be explained at the meeting. The I public generally is invited and urged to attend. I
“INAUGURAL” BALL WILL BE HELD SATURDAY NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
“INAUGURAL” BALL WILL BE HELD SATURDAY NIGHT Inauguration day will be celebrated in a grand way by the New Deal Democratic club at the Highland Park Masonic hall. An entertainment and dance, planned to be an affair extraordinary, has been arranged by the committee to last from 8 p.m. till midnight Saturday night, March 4. Rice’s orchestra of nine pieces will furnish the music. Entertainment will include such attractions as the “Voices of Eight,” radio octette soloists, a famous tap dancer and other numbers.
LOWER VALUATION PLAN IS OPPOSED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
LOWER VALUATION PLAN IS OPPOSED Protest petitions against the lowering of assessed valuation of i property were placed in circulation throughout Los Angeles early last week, sponsored by the police department and other groups in opposition to the cut. Between 300,000 and 400,000 registered voters i have already signed the petitions, it is claimed. “Any decrease in revenues will have a serious effect,'’"stated B. W; Thomason, captain of detectives. Highland Park division. “If this lowered assessed valuation is allowed, it will mean cutting the police and fire departments of the city in half, and probably dispensing with the health department entirely. Such a condition would be disastrous in these times, and a cut in the police force under present conditions would have serious results.” Capt. Thomason stated that, al-j though the population of Los Angeles has increased 500,000 since: 1924, tax returns were $1,000,000.' less than for that year. He gave it as his opinion that, while the...
CITY PHONE PLAN WOULD BE COSTLY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 27 February 1933
CITY PHONE PLAN WOULD BE COSTLY IXn a letter to the City Council last week, P. N. Rush, vice president | and general manager of the South- ’ ern California Telephone company, I reported that, if a proposed cityowned intercommunicating tele- | phone system is installed, the city 1 and its taxpayers would be required I to make an investment in telephone (plant in excess of $332,000 and acI tually spend at least $22,000 more per year for telephone service than under the existing service arrangements as furnished by the tele- ! phone company. Rush stated that, "The respective estimates submitted to the city council by the board of public util- ' ities and Mr. Bateman are based 'on unwarranted and incorrect con- ' elusions. Our analysis clearly shows I that using their engineers’ own figLures as submitted in these estij mates, the city and its taxpayers; (.would in no way benefit if the pro-i j posal were put into effect. In fact, I the city would actually spend morej 1 rather than less ...