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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933

SPECIAL Thursday & Friday Ladies Heels Rebuilt Leather or Composition Lifts 15 c First Class Material anti Workmanship Work Done While You Wait Besser’s Shoe Shop 2706 COLORADO BLVD. Where Broadway and Colorado Meet Repairing of Watches and Jewelry That You Can Depend Upon As Being Right S. R. KNOX JEWELER 2145 Colorado Blvd. maiaiajaiaigjararafgiznjgrararaig m. 4 SPECIAL All During January Permanent Waves REVITALIZED (PO Aft DURADEEN f P J * UU FREDERIC ffJT Cft VITA TONIC ALTA JANE MARINELLO SHOP £O4l Colorado AL 1710 Phone for Appointment

Publication Title: Eagle Rock Advertiser
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933

SPARTAN T MARKET 4714 Eagle Rock Blvd. R. N. WEAVER, Proprietor. CLeveland 69375 SPECIALS on SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 5-6-7 From January 2 Market Closes at 7 P. M., Except Saturdays Pink Salmon. Q cans 9£> c Westlake Tall Can lb. 2? BUTTER FRESH CREAMERY CORN NO. 2 CAN 3 cans 25 c DRESSING Pints SALAD BOWL HORMEL VEGETABLE SOUP 2 Large Cans 29 c LOG CABIN GYRTip Medium Size 39c SlliLir Sma i lSize 20c SALT DIAMOND CRYSTAL COFFEE WESTLAKE Pkg. 7c I Chocolate x k lb. cake IQc I BAKERS PREMIUM ** lb. IQc I DRAINO can 1 Qc I Cleans and Opens Drains -*- MEAT DEPARTMENT A. L. Alstrum, Prop.

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itic. FAJPiMC comen RALPH HWLOR Sec. Agricultural Legislative . Committee q California [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933

itic. FAJPiMC comen RALPH HWLOR Sec. Agricultural Legislative . Committee q California California’s newly-drafted agricultural Code, combining all of the state’s farm laws from 1850 to 1931 |in a single, simplified volume, is up for early consideration and adoption during the January session of the 1933 state legislature. Adoption of the modern and compact farm code at this month’s meeting, farm leaders pointed out, will clear the decks for action on new agricultural legislation during the second half of the session, avoiding confusion and delay in the handling of the farm program. Similar action will be asked on the new fish and game and motor vehicle codes, it was announced, so that any new legislation may be drafted as amendments to the new codes. The code, for the most part, represents a simplification of existing laws, with the elimination of conflicts, inconsistencies and ambiguities, and with the laws grouped into divisions relating to specific subjects. Hundreds of obsolete ...

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MONTH! ,Y DANCES TO DRAW CROWDS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933

MONTH! ,Y DANCES TO DRAW CROWDS Monthly dances of Unity post and auxiliary, American Legion, are expected to draw large attendance, now that the holidays are past. The first dance of the new year will take place Saturday night, at Verdugo playground. The committee, headed by Mrs. Abbie Rauen. announces that splendid mucis will be furnished by the Torrey orchestra, which formerly played for the Legion dances. There will be a door prize, and other special awards at the Saturday night affair, which will be under auspices of the junior auxiliary, with a committee of hostesses from the auxiliary.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933

BIG THINGS START FRIDAY THE 13TH. WATCH FOR ANNOUNCEMENT

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933

PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS DIRECTORYFire Dept. .FI. 3131 Building Dept -AL. 9790 Police Dept -MI. 6111 Ambulance -BL 6111 Sheriff .MU. 9111 Water Dept.... ..MI. 4211 Chamber of Commerce .AL. 1410 Eagle Rock Advertiser -AL. 2068 Physicians & Surgeons MUSIC DENTISTS Hal. J. Power DENTISTRY 1613 COLORADO BLVD. ALbany 8618 iPirajaiararßiErararararajEraraizmi BIG THINGS START FRIDAY THE I3TH WATCH FOR ANNOUNCEMENT Office Hours —2 - 4; 7 - 8 P.M. Office and Res. phone AL. 1812 W. M. Christensen, M.D. Physician and Surgeon 1948 Colorado Blvd. EAGLE BOCK, CALIF. ❖ s*«s**s**s**s**♦**s**s**s**{**sl *{* if* j. | A. E. Hollenbeck, M.D. * Physician and Surgeon Office: 2171 Colorado Blvd. Residence: 5141 Maywood OFFICE HOURS 10-12 A. M.—2-5, 7-8 P. M. Phone—Office and Residence ALbany 2518 OCULIST f N. H. Goodenow, M.D. * g OCULIST X f Eyes Examined, Glasses Fitted, w jl Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose £ and Throat, Treated. * £ 5046 EAGLE BOCK BLVD. * <• ❖ ■!’ •£• &l...

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CLOSE TO $500,000 SPENT FOR PLAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933

CLOSE TO $500,000 SPENT FOR PLAY Opening many new recreational facilities to public use, a city-wide program of expansion in the Los Angeles municipal recreation system was brought practically to completion during the year just ended, records of the city’s playground department reveal. A summary of construction projects undertaken by the department during 1932 shows a total of $451,937 in improvements to playgrounds and recreation centers, effected under the department’s $1,000,000 employment bond issue, voted in 1931. The balance of the bond fund was applied in the construction program of that year. The summary named the Los Angeles Swimming Stadium as the principal project completed during the year. The stadium, site of the Olympic Games water sports events, includes two swimming pools, grandstands, gymnasiums, bathhouse facilities, and other equipment making it one of the greatest of its kind in the world. It was erected at a cost of $225,000, of which $190,000 was spent by the p...

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GAMES GIVEN PLAYGROUNDS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933

GAMES GIVEN PLAYGROUNDS A gift of twenty complete sets of games, valued at $7,940, has been made to the municipal playgrounds of Los Angeles by the Bruns wickBalke CoDender company, it is announced. The donation includes eight sets of the game known as lawn-o-billards and 12 sets of bowl ing equipment used in the game called auto-bowl. This equipment will be distributed among the municipal playgrounds and installed for the free use of the public, it was announced.

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OBITUARY BEN DRENNEN [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933

OBITUARY BEN DRENNEN Funeral services were conducted Tuesday at 2 o'clock in the little Church of the Flowers, Forest Lawn, for Ben Drennen, mining operator, who was killed in an mine accident last Wednesday at Ransburg. Interment followed at Forest Lawn. Born 65 years ago in Warren, Ohio, Mr. Drennen had been a resident of Los Angeles since 1907. He lived at 2371 Los Colinas Ave. Eagle Rock. He was a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge..

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JOEL SODERBURG, Jr. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933

JOEL SODERBURG, Jr. Funeral rites were conducted Tuesday morning for Joel P. Soderberg, Jr. eight months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Soderberg, Sr., who died of pneumonia last Saturday at his home, 5252 Range View. Services at the W. A. Brown Mortuary were followed by interment in the Babyland section of Forest Lawn. He also leaves one sister, Grace Soderberg and one brother, Richard Soderberg.

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AUGUST C. WILHELM [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933

AUGUST C. WILHELM Funeral rites were conducted Tuesday afternoon for August C. Wilhelm, who died last Saturday at his home, 3169 Eagle Rock Blvd.. Services at the John R. Paul Mortuary were followed by interment in the Vale of Memory, Forest Lawn. Bom 68 years ago in Grifswald, Germany, Mr. Wilhelm had been a resident of Los Angeles since 1921. He leaves his widow, MrS. Dora Wilhelm.

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933

TO BUY, SELL, RENT OR EXCHANGE USE Classified Advertisements homas Lipton, who made a fortune Ished, reveals that his belief was: in tea, had a verse for a business motto: His autobiography, just pub- “ The man who on his trade relies must either bust or advertise.” 2 Personal Business LICENSED cement contractor. First class work, reasonable Elmer Adair, 1423 N. Ave. 48 ALbany 8787. tflik UPHOLSTERING Two-piece sets recovered $20.00. including cover. Cushions refilled Springs retied. F. R. BOWMAN ALbany 8101 ROOFING Complete Roofing Service Estimates free Time payments Lewis Roof Co. ALbany 98K GENERAL REPAIRING and carpenter work. Call CL. 66204 foi estimates. M&Ttfl7j JOBBING CARPENTER Wanti work. Ah work guaranteed. Rate: reasonable. AL. 5431. 4932 Avoci tf26< PAPER HANGING and Painter Papering $1 per room up. Wal paper at cost. Geo. Ward, 538: Mount Helena ave. AL. 2681. tfl: DRESSMAKING, and remodelingFormer employees of leadinf shops in Beverly Hills and...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933

3 Situations Wanted CAPABLE woman will help with housework for room and board and small pay. CLeveland 67089. ltsc HOUSEWORK by capable refined woman, by hour, day or week. ALbany 0615. Ttf27c REAL ESTATE—RENTALS 5 For Rent—Furn. HOUSES—FOR RENT—Furn. house, $l6, water paid. Three rooms, bath. CL 66620. 1554 Fairparlc. tfsc FOR RENT—Unfur. 5-rm modern; fireplace, shower, tile bath and sink. 1534 Linda Rose. AL 3471. Itsc FOR RENT 5 rooms completely furnished. Sunny comer; centrally located. Reasonable to responsible party. 5052 Hermosa Ave. Itsc FOR RENT—Furn. Duplex. 2 bed rooms. Overstuffed. $22.50. Apartments 3 rooms, $lB. Cottage $lO. Also stores with aptms, garages. 2736 Colorado Blvd. 1t533c FOR RENT—Furn. $23. Four room house. Splendid location. Water paid. Garage. Inquire 2348 Longdale, near Ellenwood. 3t29c FOR RENT—Furnished house, 3 rooms. Hardwood floors, tile bath. Adults only. Reduced rent. 5083 Hermosa. 2t2c FOR RENT FURNISHED—4 room house, first class condition. Espe...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933

RELIABLE WOMAN wants housework. Practical nursing or care of children. 2221 La Vema. AL. 1761. <'• i Ttflc 4 Help Wanted WANTED—GirI to help with general housework and care of young baby. 5343 Sumner Ave. Itsp 6 For Rent—Unfurn. FOR RENT UNFURN.—6 room house. Good condition. 3 bedrooms. Near Hill Dr. Key and information, 5118 Argus. 2t2p FOR RENT UNFURN.—Most Desirable. Many built-ins. Three rms., sleeping porch, large closets. Heaters. $20.00. Water paid. 2329 Yosemite Dr. M&Ttf22c FOR RENT—Unfur. new stucco duplex; cozy; 4 rms lower, airy bed rooms; nice closets; hall with linen closet; tile bath, shower; large kitchen and dinette; tile sink; built-in ice box; roomy garage. Only $25.00. 4110 Manor Court. (Manor Court is 1 blk N. of E. R. Blvd., off W. Ave. 41). Owner RO. 3324. Ttf26c 8 Real Estate SOME OF OUR EXCHANGES Bungalow Court, 6 stucco units, 4nns each, and 4 garages. Cornel I lot. WILL EXCHANGE for deal I vacant, residence or SUBMIT. Clear Lot to ex...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933

10 Wanted Wanted—Good used washing machine. $lO cash. 1945 Yosemite Dr. Itsp 11 For Sale NEW AND USED FURNITURE Hi Oven Range $5.00 Good Da Bed with new pad .. .$9,95 3-pc. Overstaffed, real buy ... $19.50 Linoleum, per yd. 49c & 89c Player Piano $49.50 10-Radiant Heater $7.75 Lawson, 4-Radiant Heater $4.00 BOOKS BOOKS—We buy, sell or exchange. We Do Moving and Transfer Work at Reasonable Prices. Cole Furniture Co. 1578 Colorado Blvd. ALbany 8101 FOR SALE—Beautiful new velvet drapes. Velvet both sides, blue and rose. Sacrifice $lO.OO. 1580 Colo. Blvd. Cole's ltsx New Used FURNITURE 2-piece Homespun Overstuff Set (New) $32.50 2-piece Tapestry Overstuff Set (like new) $29.50 Club Chairs $4.00 - $7.75 Overstuff Chair and Rocker ... $3,50 $4.00 Heaters, gas and electric 75c up Andirons (new) $2.95 - $3.95 Fire Screen 4 sections $3.00 Fire Place Set $4.75 Electric Sewing Machine (Like New) $22.31 Wood Basket 79< Wind Wings (Pair) SI.(X Simmons Metal Twin Beds (Each...

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MINE OF DATA IN ALMANAC OF 1933 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933

MINE OF DATA IN ALMANAC OF 1933 Information concerning the sun, the moon, and the stars, many Incidents from American history, and data on the history and development of modern communication are contained in the 1933 edition of the Telephone Almanac, copies of which are available to the public at all telephone business offices, according to K. D. Schwab, district manager of the Southern California Telephone company. The Almanac is an annual publication by the Bell System, and resembles in typography and illustration the earliest books of its kind. Copies will be given free of charge to patrons calling at any of the telephone company business offices.

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BUILDING PERMITS TOTAL IS $301,771 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933

BUILDING PERMITS TOTAL IS $301,771 A resume of building permits, issued in Eagle Rock district during 1932 shows a valuation of $301,771 ' for 557 permits. There were 919 I plumbing and 107 tile setting perI mits. December showed building permits valued at $15,840. The year's valuation on building permits is less than half the total in 1930 and 1931 each. There were four months in 1925 which showed valuations each month more than for the entire year of 1932.

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375 UNEMPLOYED AT CAMP RADFORD [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933

375 UNEMPLOYED AT CAMP RADFORD Los Angeles' municipal mountain camps in the San Bernardino range this season are receiving the most extensive winter use in their history, with both Camp Radford and Camp Seeley in public service, according to reports. Camp Radford, hitherto open only during the summer, is now in use as a labor camp for unemployed men. It is housing 375 of the unemployed. who are being cared for by the national forest service and state agencies under a nation-wide program of winter labor camps launched by federal and state governments. according to reports of the San Bernardino national forest service, to whom the camp has been turned over for the winter.

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