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STORM DRAIN PROGRAM FAILS TO REACH SUPERVISORS BOARD Delay in Action, Caused By This Failure By Council Clerks, Until Next Week. R.F.C. Holds Up Further Funds [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

STORM DRAIN PROGRAM FAILS TO REACH SUPERVISORS BOARD Delay in Action, Caused By This Failure By Council Clerks, Until Next Week. R.F.C. Holds Up Further Funds Owing to the bank holidays, which began last Thursday, the processes involVed in sending resolutions covering the Eagle Rock Blvd., storm drain project to the county Board of Supervisors, after being approved by the city council Wed- , n6sday of last week, were delayed so that the matter did not reach the supervisors in time for its meeting Tuesday morning. This information was learned by the E. R. Advertiser in an effort to ascertain the fate of the project and why it was not before the board of supervisors at its Tuesday meeting. There will be no further meeting of the ‘supervisors until next week, it was reported by the secretary, i Supervisor Roger Jessup could not and was said to be out to the council's business of Wednesday of last week, on Monday, so that the storm drain matter was schceduled to reach the board of super...

Publication Title: Eagle Rock Advertiser
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awards For Art Exhibit Friday [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

awards For Art Exhibit Friday Official awards at the Highlands Council P.T.A. Art Exhibit, held last Friday at Sparkletts auditorium, were as follows: Crocheted Bed spreads—lst., Mrs. Homer Strickland, 2nd., Mrs. R. D. Ghent, honorable mention, Mrs. R. A. Miller. China—lst., case of acid etched china (silver and gold) 2nd., antique pitcher, Mrs. Ida Biles, 3rd., antique plate, Mrs. L. Van Dewer, honorable mention, 3 pieces antique glass. Mrs. Allan Smith. Antiques—lst., 300 year old Bible, Mrs. A. J. Schultz, 2nd., candle sticks and snuffer, Mrs. Wyncoop, 3rd., silver spoons, Mrs. T. J. Meyer, 4tR., chain and watch, W. T. Donell. Handwoven bedspreads Honorable mention, red and white coverlet, Mrs. Prank R. Shaefer; red, white and blue spread, Mrs. H. S. Wheatley, blue and white, Mrs. P. { B. Queen, red and white, Mrs. Robert Smith. Needlework—lst, Anna Chambers, 2nd, tatting, Sarah Frances Wood, 3rd, Afgahn, Ella Berg'. Arts and Crafts—lst., Mrs. Pern Jones, glorified glass; 2nd., l...

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Figueroa Levy Protest Grows [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

Figueroa Levy Protest Grows Signing of the petitions protesting the city assessment bureau’s j levy in Eagle Rock for the N. Fi- ! gueroa opening widening cost con- j I tinues unabated. In fact it is going \ 1 forward at a rapid rate. A large number of the petitions, properly signed, have been returned to the Eagle Rock Chamber of! Commerce, where they are being assembled preparatory to being presented before the city council when the matter comes up for protest hearing March 28. Many of j these petitions contain a large num- ! ber of names. Petitions which are still out, such: as those at the office of the Eagle i Rock Advertiser, are being signed daily. The petition at this office will be on hand for signature as 1 long as it seems necessary to ac-: commodate property owners. As soon as the major portion of the petitions have been returned to the committee, at the Chamber of ! Commerce, a “mopping up" com- * mittee will be organized to reach; property owners who have not yet , sig...

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—LEEONIA— A Romance of the Twenty-first Century By JAMES COBURN (Copyright 1933 by James Coburn Co.) [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

—LEEONIA— A Romance of the Twenty-first Century By JAMES COBURN (Copyright 1933 by James Coburn Co.) Eileen’s letter continued—The beginning of the revolution. In the meantime conditions were rapidly becoming worse; millions of men were out of work; the number of unemployed was increasing daily; and these men were becoming desperate for their fjimiliei wereajarving, with no Scores of robberies and murders were reported in the papers every morning and the number of suicides was appalling. sJust think of it Jim when conditions on earth are so unbearable and horrible that people kill themselves to get away from it; and as I look back it seems all the more tragic and horrifying when I can see the awful bloodshed and misery that might have been avoided if the people had only awakened and established the Co-operative Commonwealth in time to prevent such lamentable conditions; but it seems you were correct Jim when you told Jack that most people cannot be made to think until they have an e...

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• CALL AL. 2068 IF YOU * • DO NOT RECEIVE YOUR • • COPY OF ADVERTISER • [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

• CALL AL. 2068 IF YOU * • DO NOT RECEIVE YOUR • • COPY OF ADVERTISER • As it has been some time since the Eafle Rock Advertiser called attention of the people to its “complaint” service, occasion is taken to do so at this time. So, if you should not receive your copy of this newspaper, on either Monday or Thursday mornings, you are requested to telephone this office, AL. 2068, not later than 3 p.m. on publication day, and a copy will be sent you during the afternoon. Please do not hesitate to call. Also—we appreciate having any news you may know about.

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Call Is Issued For Fifty Men For City Work [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

Call Is Issued For Fifty Men For City Work Call for 50 men for work within the city, under the county stablizafof Caammee and in cha'rge at unj employed registered for the North--1 j east Los Angeles district. The men | called for are to work on the Ar- ! royo Seco boulevard work, in the 1 Highland Park district, it was stated. In addition Mr. Butler has been notified by the stablization depart- j ! ment to submit the list of all un- j | married men, for listing for employment. This is the first time that! a list of the unmarried men has 1 I been called for by the stablization I j bureau for work project considera- j j tion. In the past they have been | ! side-tracked to give preference to; I those with dependents. | Mr. Butler also has been instruct- | ! ed to submit as complete and large a list of unemployed who are regI istered as possible, even to the ex- 1 j tent of Including those who have' I previously had employment under 1 I the work project program. While : , Mr. Butler ha...

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FACULTY SHOW IS TO BE POSTPONED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

FACULTY SHOW IS TO BE POSTPONED Owing to scarcity of “ready money" in the homes, the board of education has decreed that the faculty show, which was scheduled to take place this afternoon be postponed. It was felt that the postponement would be best, as most of the pupils usually attend this show, an annual affair, and under present conditions, many who would otherwise attend would now be unable to do so. While no definite date has been set' for the performance, E. C. Franklin, boys’ vice-principal, stated it probably would be given next week. Definite announcement will | be made later. . j

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MARKET BURGLAR STEALS POULTRY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

MARKET BURGLAR STEALS POULTRY A special nemisis on the trail of j G. C. Taylor, proprietor of the | Eagle Rock Poultry market, at 1477 | Colorado Blvd., not satisfied with | making him the loser of about $lOO worth of chickens in a truck acci- | dent Jan. 26, again took a rap at him Saturday night, when someone broke into his market and escaped with poultry to the value of $lO. Mr. Taylor discovered the loss when he opened his market Sunday morning. The thief had entered with a pass key, sometime between, 10 p.m. Saturday and 8:30 a.m. Sun- | day, according to Taylor's report to police in Highland Park.

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Masons to Give Smoky Smoker [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

Masons to Give Smoky Smoker Not only a “smoker" but a “stag smoker” at that Is the next venture t ,o< tfe Maqpnie Blue, lodge. This [ U fee oosrnnunity. whether, Mmmi m 'I not are invited. Radio stars, the Penthouse Troubadours from KFAOf will be on hand to give a peppy and satisfactory performance of about one hour’s duration. The performers include such feature stars as Tizzie Lish, Carolyn King, Mark Brenamen, the Paramount Pour and “Null and Void.” Following the program, the smoke will increase in density and “conversation will be pursued" to the satisfaction of all concerned. By the time refreshments are served, all problems are expected to be solved, including the bank holiday and how to do business without money. Tickets may be procured at Masonic Temple at any time during the day, as well as from officers of the lodge.

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FREE THEATER TICKETS IF YOUR NAME IN ADVERTISEMENT TODAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

FREE THEATER TICKETS IF YOUR NAME IN ADVERTISEMENT TODAY Have you found your name and address in one of the advertisements in this edition of the Eagle Rock Advertiser? i i If you have you are entitled to I the free gift of two of the best i adult tickets to any performancec ' at either the Yosemite, Eagle Rock or York theaters. The tickets are entirely free to you - a gift of the theater and the Eagle Rock Advertiser, presented to you through the courtesy of the business ( concerns where you find your name, and with absolutely no strings. Names of 10 residents of Eagle Rock, with their addresses, are “buried” in as many advertisements in this newspaper, only one name in an advertisement. These names were picked at random, by lot, as were the places of business in which the names will be found. The names drawn are the lucky ones this week. Each gets two acquit theater tickets free. There will be another 10 na meg next Thursday, and so on each Thursday. Arrangements have been made by...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

ITO 1700 COLORADO BLVD WE RESERVE THE SIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES STORE NO. 4 SPECIALS FOR: THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MARCH 9th, 10th AND 11th COFFEES Hills Bros. Blue Can lb. 25c Hills Bros Red Can lb. 32c .B lb. 18c SUGAR 10 ,k 35 c Pure Cane /With Purchase of 2 pkgs. Palmolive Beads at 9c or 2 cakes OLIVE CASTILE SOAP at 9c (LIMIT ONE PEAL) PRUNES, Del Monte ....3 one lb. Pkgs. large size fruit 25c PEARS, No. 2/ z Tin 2 cans 25c PUREX 2 Qt. Btl. 1 ftc WITH PURCHASE ” EGGS, Lg. Extra, fresh. .doz. 16c WHITE KING SOAP 5 bars 12c TILLAMOOK CHEESE lb. 18c ?! <■ % 2 pkgs 15c THE NATURAL WAY TO HEALTH LACTOSE and DEXTRINE, 1 lb. Tin 59c 5 lb. Tin, Regular $2.75 $2.15 LACTOSE AND DEXTRINE Is a colon food prepared to change the intestinal flora, promoting growth of the friendly bacteria, and allowing the carbohydrates, starch and sugar, to reach the intestines. The entire system is regulated and the blood stream cleansed by eliminating the toxic waste through the use of our...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

PERSONAL Bertie Schiffmann, proprietor of the Dahlia Beauty Shop, 5112 Townsend Ave., spent last week irf Ban Francisco on a business and pleasure trip. She returned home test Friday. Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Hawkins, ot 2060 Yosemlte drive., will hold open hmse for Sir. Hawkins' motfeer, Mrs. H. B. Hawkins, Sunday, from 3 to C p.m. The occasion will honor Mrs. Hawkins 86th birthday. Members of the Juvenile Music club met at the Women’s clubhouse Saturday afternoon and enjoyed a program of music. Afterwards, musical games served as a pleasing pastime. The next meeting date falling on April 1, something novel and different is planned for the program. - •• A St. Patrick’s luncheon will be held Saturday, March 18, at the home of Mrs. Sylvester Wilder, 2030 Hill drive, for members of the Eagle Rock grammar school P.T.A. board. San Rafael Hills chapter, D. A. R., 1 will meet Monday for an all-day sewing session at the home of Mrs. Alfred Tilley, 2338 Addison way. The chapter is still engaged i...

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NUMBER PUPILS INCREASE WHILE SCHOOL COSTS CUT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

NUMBER PUPILS INCREASE WHILE SCHOOL COSTS CUT Enrollment in the Los Angeles high schools and junior college has increased by 15,000 students over a two-year period. However, expenditures for the present fiscal year have been reduced by more than $2,000,000 for these schools. A siipilar reduction of over $2,000,000 has been accomplished by the board of education for elementary and kindergarten classes, while enrollment has increased by more than 8000 pupils. These savings, together with cuts in administrative expenses, have resulted in a total reduction of $7,000,000 in the school budget for 1932-33.

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FREE LUNCH DAYS GO BACK A SPELL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

FREE LUNCH DAYS GO BACK A SPELL That the free lunch days go back quite a spell, and that such inducement was used to bring out the crowd, is attested by a copy of an old sale bill brought to the office of the Eagle Rock Advertiser by one of its readers. Apparently free headcheese, apples and hard cider, served at noon, were an attraction some 75 years ago, during the days of slavery. Following is the notice; “State of Mo., county of Morgan; To whom is may conccem. The undersigned will, Tuesday, September 29th, A. D., sell at public outcry for cash on premises, where Coon creek crosses on the Missouri road; the following chattels towit; Nine yoke of oxen with yoke and chain, two wagons with beds, three nigger wenches, four buck niggers, three nigger boys, two prarie plows, twenty five steel traps, one barrel pickled cabbage, one hogshead of tobacco, one lot of nigger shoes, one spinning wheel, loom, three fox hounds, a lot of coon, mink and and skunk skins. I am going to California. ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

USE YOUR CREDIT WITH BANKS DECLARING A MORATORIUM CREDIT IS NOW MORE NECESSARY THAN EVER. We Have Faith in Eagle Rock GAS -TIRES-BATTERIES TERMS AS LOW AS 25c S™ K COME IN NOW AND LEARN OF THIS AMAZING OFFER. Clearing House Certificates Accepted at Full Value Here. -FISHER MOTOR SERVICE--2391 COLORADO BLVD. EAGLE ROCK

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

TRY ADVERTISER CLASSIFIED ADS j. a / ALBANY t/l* AVE 5067 CASPAR TRANSFER *«™™— MOVING WE WILL ACCEPT SCRIP OR WHATEVER OUR NEW MONEY WILL BE AT fuia, value GALLON GALVANIZED GARBAGE CAN 59 fhurs Fri & Sat Only Sprayers and Ail Types of Insecticides for Shrubs, Roses and Trees Pratts Dog Food (cubed) 3 lbs. 25c Premier Krunches 3 lbs. 25c (A Concentrated Dog Food) KEN-L-RATION 3 CANS 20 SUPERIOR RANT | COW MANURE Pulverized & Screened 4Sacks ....1 STEEK MANm B| „ e(; - |b25c 2 Sacks slo ° A&M Blue Grass lb. 25c 1( > sacks 34.50 A&M Clover lb. 45c Ton $ll.OO Star Bamboo Rake 19c Rhd Island Red Baby Chicks ea. 1214 c GLADIOLUS BULBS 50 BULBS 39 Mrs. E. O. Slice, 5120 Hartwick

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

CLEARING HOUSE CERTIFICATES ACCEPTED BY EAGLE ROCK BUSINESS MEN AT THEIR FACE VALUE. : v*--: rw, ; IPs v^: & f 3# > //£ V •7 ft / A f' •» - , *,i • v T -■ / I* 4/ r c iL /* V a ( j?r ,w i*«-. on - ; 69V V»| '■*•’ : . u > ,-•: ac Jirt krti#*J*>.Wfc . * »• ..i.tlc *«i. —■*' > • y jSf.l,. ... ■■ -• » • ■■ '• yEAGLE ROCK BUSINESS MEN ALWAYS GIVE YOU MORE FOR YOUR MONEY k Vj ■r.. ■> - •K : . i i ■'• < (Ery READ THE EAGLE ROCK FOR BEST BARGAINS IN ALL LINES PRINTINGof the kind that will please you. May we give you an I estimate on your work? :M, ». ij • ■ I fC.:{ ' "I ■ .V i

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