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TECHNOCRACY TO BE MEET SUBJECT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
TECHNOCRACY TO BE MEET SUBJECT | Technocracy—what is it and what is it good for? Those, who wish answers to the above question and many others, are invited to attend an open meeting Friday night at Franklin high school, under auspices of the 14th District Federated association. A speaker, said to be an authority on the much discussed subject, will be present. Due to the wide-spread Interest in technocracy, residents of the 14th district have shown a desire to be thoroughly informed upon the subject, and the association made arrangements for this meeting with such an end in view. No admission will be charged.
BASKET CONTEST SCHOOL WINNERS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
BASKET CONTEST SCHOOL WINNERS In the Christmas basket contest between rooms at the Eagle Rock grammar school, the winners, as selected by the judges and announced by Mrs. Eunice Picelich, P.T.A. welfare chairman, were as follows: Most artistic, room 9: combining beauty and quantity, room 19; most | original, room 23. The most orij glnal basket was that of the B-l , class taught oy Miss Knight. The youngsters covered their basket 1 with original Christmas paper, j which each child helped to decorate with holly and other designs in I crayon. Honorable mention was given to rooms 29, 10, 24, and 11.
50 PER CENT CUT IN TAX DEMANDED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
50 PER CENT CUT IN TAX DEMANDED “The democrats appreciate,” said John R. Gaudin, president of the Northeast Democratic club, “the publicity given by local newspapers to the good work done by the willing democratic workers, and especially to the republicans, because, without their vote, we could not have elected our ticket in the district. “There is much work to be done. The city tax is twice that charged by the county, and the board of education has raised the school tax, 18 cents per hundred higher this year than it has ever been before, more than twice that of the county. | Therefore, property owners demand a 50 per cent reduction. I “City office holders and the board I of education have failed to reduce . taxes as we expected. I “A tax reduction meeting of the | Northeast Democratic club will be held Thursday, Jan. 19, at 8 p.m. la Room 280 of the Franklin High 1 school. An interesting program Is [ being arranged and everybody Is invited."
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
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Page 12 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 5 January 1933
pic CLY V and a On without was-nr These prices are effective Friday and Saturday, January 6th and 7th, in all stores within 75 miles of Los Angeles, beyond which point freight charge* will be added. Safeway operates Piggly Wiggly in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Kern counties, except Needles and Avalon. WILSONS or CUDAHY'S Whole or Full Tj O Shank or Half Per Lb. X «C Butt-Lb. Wilson’s Certified or Cudahy’s Puritan skinned hams. Center cuts, 19c per Ibi. NO. 1 FANCY ROAST HAMS SHOULDER PRIME 9c : per lb. 17c CHUCK LB. XWC RIB-LB. Shoulder chuck and prime rib cut? of fancy No. 1 beef. Very tender and juicy. LEGS, BUTT OR SHANK A IT LOIN,END OR BLADE-LB. X Tender, firm, flavorful pork roasts. At all Safeway-Piggly Wiggly market*. LARD Pure lard or shortening in STEAK Tender steaks from Nc COD &amp;. SHORTENING 1-LB. CARTONS 2% g r s ls&lt; Pure lard or shortening in one-pound packages. Note low price for this week. NO. 1 FANCY BEEF &gt;i T-...
Aqueduct Job Registration Here is 386 To Date C. of C. Staff ! Began Taking ; Cards Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 January 1933
Aqueduct Job Registration Here is 386 To Date C. of C. Staff ! Began Taking ; Cards Thursday In the first three days of receiving cards of those registering for jobs on the Colorado river aqueduct. a total of 386 were filed with the Eagle Rock Chamber of Commerce. Receiving the cards and recording and filing them began Thursday morning, at the Chamber's offices at the Eaple Rock city hall. secretary Chas. A. Butler, and his staff of assistants, were kept busy all day Thursday, wlih the greatest rush of the three days. The work continued during Friday and Saturday with men constantly on hand to get their names in the list from which will be drawn the men for places 011 the $220,000,000 project. The registrations are to be forwarded to the offices of the Metropolitan Water District, and those to be given employment will be selected by the employment bureau of that organization. Complete data is required of each man filing tar I work, and this »U1 toe -- ,• 1 toetcrre selection to" mut...
Give Big Show As A Benefit For Ball Team [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 January 1933
Give Big Show As A Benefit For Ball Team A brilliant company of 100 artists, Eagle Rock folk and professionals from the out-side, will combine for a huge benefit performance to be staged as the Harry Lauder Varieties at Eagle Rock high school auditorium, Wednesday evening, Jan. 25, at 8:15 o’clock. The Eagle Rock baseball club will be the beneficiaries of this performance, which it is predicted, will rival anything of its kind presented here. An impressive galaxy ’of artists has been secured by Harry Lauder, nephew to the noted comedian. The younger Scotsman who will .act as master of ceremonies, has had some success in playwrighting. Numbers announced this week include the Virgil Drengberg violin ensemble; Piper Cowie and dancers, (Fling-6heenstrews); an act by Harry Lauder and Bebe Cole; black face dancers from the playgrounds; two numbers by Eleanor Baldwin; tap dancing by the “Personality Olrls,” and a group of ballads by Mr. Lauder. The program will include a number by the harm...
PROGRAM AT TAX MEET ANNOUNCED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 January 1933
PROGRAM AT TAX MEET ANNOUNCED For an open meeting on tax reduction, of the Northeast Democratic club, to be held Thursday, Jan. 19, at 8 p.m., in,room 280, Franklin high school, John R. Gaudin, president, has announced the following program; Address, “Citizens responsibility in taxation," Charles J. S. Williamson, secretary, government cost study department of the Chamber of Commerce. “Can education cost be cut?” N. Bradford Thenham, secretary, education commission, California Tax Payers association. “Taxation the peoples business,” Leslie E. Hubbard, president, Hollywood Democratic club. Entertainers, Harry Lament, vocalist, and James McLaughlin, harmonica player.
TOPIC FOR P.T.A. MEET IS WELFARE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 January 1933
TOPIC FOR P.T.A. MEET IS WELFARE Welfare will be the subject of the high school P.T.A. meeting this afternoon, at the high school auditorium. Mrs. B. F. Hersom, welfare chairman, will preside. Mrs. Evan Lewis, a member of the district board, will speak on the work of the health center. A member of the high school student body will tell of the Glen Alta project Of the high school. Music will be furnished by pupils of the school. A social hour will follow the business meeting. The next bridge party will take place at the home of Mrs. Hal Baly, Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 24.
AGE LIMIT FOR PUPILS IS NOTED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 January 1933
AGE LIMIT FOR PUPILS IS NOTED Attention is called by school authorities to the fact that children desiring to enter the first grade in February must be six years old on or before May 6. This is in accordance with the state law, which prescribes that a child must be within three months of six years of age at the beginning of the semester in order to enter school. Many children who have had a term of kindergarten and are near the age required, will be barred from entering the first grade, due to this law.
Doctors’ New Offices Ready In Short Time [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 January 1933
Doctors’ New Offices Ready In Short Time Dr. Hal. J. Power, dentist, and Dr. A. K. Tucker, physician and surgeon, will move into their new offices, at 1609 Colorado Blvd., about the first of next week. This was the statement Saturday, based upon the progress being made upon the work of completing the new building on the north side of Colorado Blvd just west of Townsend Ave. Only the finishing touches remain to complete the building, ready for installation of the doctors’ equipment, appliances and furniture. Painting will be finished early this week, and will be followed immediately by laying of floor coverings. If is expected this work will be finished by about the middle of the week, and the furniture and apparatus then can be installed at once. The building, erected by F. W. Mueller, will have the most modern arrangement for the use of dental and physician's offices. It is comodlous, and arranged for the convenience of the doctors and the comfort of the patients. Announcement of t...
FIND FAMILY IN DIRE NEED; AIDED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 January 1933
FIND FAMILY IN DIRE NEED; AIDED Mrs. H. S. Benham, Dahlia Heights P.T.A. welfare chairman, reports 13 baskets delivered for Thanksgiving and $l5 turned over to the Chamber of Commerce for Christmas baskets. This was done to avoid duplication. Four families are being cared for regularly. One family of eight were found huddled over a kerosene stove, with no funds for more kerosene. They had been ill with the “flu” and were in great need. Mrs. Benham provided them with kerosene, clothing and food, and they wept in gratitude. More than 250 garments were turned in at a recent clothing drive. After sorting them and distributing everything that could be used in this district, the rest was sent to the 10th district welfare chairman for dlsribution where they, were most needed. Mrs. Benham says there is still need for shoes for men, women and children. She also neetls clothing for a 16-year old high school girl and underwear for children of all ages. Not quite all the money has been turned i...
J. F. Rodriguez, 1 Noted Diplomat Dies In South [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 January 1933
J. F. Rodriguez, 1 Noted Diplomat Dies In South Juan Francisco Rodriguez, for] many years ambassaaor to Mexico from Guatemala, and later ambassador to Washington, died in Guatemala Monday, Jan. 9, aged 74, according to a cable received by his widow, who resides at 5127 Vincent Ave., Eagle Rock. Mr. Rodriguez had been a Mason for 50 years and also a member of the Scottish rite orders. He occupied a position of prominence in Latin-America political circles and pursued his diplomatic career, while his wife and family made their home in Eagle Rock. Mr. Rodriguez enjoyed a visit at his home from April to August of last year, but returned to his duties. His burial was with ceremonial nonors befitting his rank, interment being in his native land. Jose Rodriguez, eldest son, is pub- j licity manager of KPI and KECA radio stations. THiree other sons survive, Juan and Roberto making their homes here, and Raul residing In Chicago. The widow has a great love' for " Eagle Rock, having made j her...
MAKE N. FIGUEROA STATE ROAD, PLEA [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 January 1933
MAKE N. FIGUEROA STATE ROAD, PLEA Figueroa street from the ocean to the desert would be added to the state highway system and thus be entitled to share in state road funds under a bill introduced in the legislature Wednesday by Frank J. Rogers, elssemblyman from the 54th district. In seeking inclusion of Figueroa in the state highway system, Rogers’ object is to obtain state funds for the opening and improvement of the street between Second street and San Fernando Road and its extension from Palmdale to a connection with the new Palmdale cutoff at Flintridge. Efforts of the city to secure state aid on the opening and improvement of N. Figueroa failed, due to the fact, as given by state officials, that the street does not now connect at either end with a state highway.
CLUB MEETING IS ENJOYABLE EVENT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 January 1933
CLUB MEETING IS ENJOYABLE EVENT The first meeting of the new year of the Women’s 20th Century club Thursday was attended by an enthusiastic group of members and friends, who enjoyed a delightful luncheon and listened to an address by Mrs. John N. Gardiner, Eagle Rock librarian, on “Worthwhile Books.” In the afternoon, one of the most enjoyable programs yet to be presented before the club was heard, featuring Miss Tuttle, danseuse, and Miss Prances Mullen pianlste. The work of both of theseartists was considered most favorably and both not only won the applause but the hearts of the audience as well. Before the program, a shortb usiness meeting was conducted by Mrs. Lewis Reed, president. Several announcements wer-' made.
HEAR TALKS UPON PUBLIC WELFARE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 January 1933
HEAR TALKS UPON PUBLIC WELFARE Public welfare will be the study subject of the first hour of the Women's 20th Century club section day, Thursday, beginning at 10 a.m. Mrs. Fred Thompson, chairman, will introduce two speakers, Dr. Hohle, and Mrs. L. A. Irish, who will deliver short lectures. Mrs. M. L. Marshall, chairman for Indian welfare, will conduct the hour from 11 to 12 and will have special features of interest. The subjects for the afternoon hours have not been announced.
School Choirs Program Here Is Announced [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 January 1933
School Choirs Program Here Is Announced The program, to be presented by the ‘'a Cappella” choirs of Eagle Rock, Los Angeles and Fermont high : schools and L. A. Junior college at the high school auditorium here the evening of Jan. 27, will feature a group of numbers by each school’s chorus, with a final massed number of all choruses, under direction of John Smallman.' The directors include Howard Swan, Eagle Rock, The program will be as follows; I : “When AUen-a-Dale Went-a-i Hunting,” ‘ Russian Easter Carol,” "The Three Kings,” "Echo Song," Eagle Rock, Howard Swan, Director. “Ave Maria,” "The Island,” “You Stole My Love,” "Exultate Deo,” Los Angeles High; Verna C. Blythe, Director. "Adoramus Te,” "Hosanna,” "Eli Ton,” "The Silver Swan,” Fremont; Ida E. Bach, Director. "Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming,"} Choracle (Sight Reading), "Which i Is the Properest Day to Sing?”) “Chillun’ Come On Home,” Combin-1 ed a Capella Chorus, John Smallman, Director. “Tantum Ergo," "The Bride of the King...