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PLAYGROUND WOULD SELL FORMER BUDDHIST TEM**’ E [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

PLAYGROUND WOULD SELL FORMER BUDDHIST TEM**’ E Bargain hunters, seeking hV es | with a romantic background, will be offered the opportunity of acquiring a building, which formerly 1 served as a Buddhist temple, accord- , ing to an announcement of the Los Angles playground department. The department has asked the city purchasing agent to sell to the highest bidder a three story frame structure located on the Evergreen playground at East Fourth St. and Evergreen Ave. The building was erected in 1913 *by the Higashi Hongwanji Mission society, a Japanese i Buddhist organization, and was used ■ ask Buddhist house of worship until eursmndlhg land under condematlon' proceedings for the Evergreen playground. { Since 1925 the has temple has been j used as a comunity recreation bull-j ing, but completion of a modem community club-house makes the old building unneessary.

Publication Title: Eagle Rock Advertiser
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MEMBERS OF BIBLE CLASS HOLD GET-TOGETHER MEET [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

MEMBERS OF BIBLE CLASS HOLD GET-TOGETHER MEET Thirty members of the Men’s Bible class of the Baptist church, Monday enjoyed an evening together, in the first of a series of monthly fellowship meetings. The special feature was a Virginia baked ham dinner served by Mrs. Bundle of the church. MacCellan Stuart, leader of the Men’s Bible class of the Glendale Presbyterian church, was the speaker of the evening. The remainder of the evening was devoted to a motion picture presentation.

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AyRICAJ^j [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

AyRICAJ^j Thursday night, March 2, marked completion of a successful year for the Parent’s Auxiliary to the Scouts. ■ The reports from the various officers and chairmen of committees showed much activity and the need for such lan organization. Every troop in Eagle Rock district has made marked progress during the year, and it was the opinion that the 1 auxiliary club had been a help in | this advancement, j The meeting was opened with community singing led by Burton E. Jones. After the reports the pupils of Miss Nautelle entertained with some pleasing and original dances * The young dancers appeared in costume. Scoutmasters Decker of Troop 1, Pease of TroopS. and Konstanzer of TroopS gave short talks on how the Auxiliary could be of help to the boys. F. P. Raymer, past president 'of the Eagle Rock district, gave a short address, followed by some helpful remarks from District President Hugh H. Clark. Scout Com--1 missioner Burton E. Jones and Chief Scout Executive Harvey Cheesman als...

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OVERNIGHT CAMPS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

OVERNIGHT CAMPS At Brand Park last Friday night and Saturday morning 100 eagle Rock scouts attended the first overnight camp of the year. Some of the scouts slept in cabins while others preferred *the open. In the evening Mr. Cheesman led the scouts in songs, jokes, yells and stories at the campfire. Troop 7 came first in first at camp inspection in the morning with troop 6 a close second. As Brand Park is located in a canyon in the hills north of Glendale, several of the scouts went on hikes. Camp disbanded shortly after noon .with Mr. Cheesman driving the scouts bus back to E. R. The scouts are grateful to the American Legion for preparing and loaning it to them.

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NEW OFFICERS INSTALLER BY MASONIC SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

NEW OFFICERS INSTALLER BY MASONIC SOCIETY At a meeting of the Women's Missionary society of the Presbyterian church last Thursday, the j following officers were installed: : President, Mrs. M. E. Moors; vice- ! presidents, Mrs. Mary Perry, Mrs. David Taylor, Mrs. Louise Leonard: Pianist, Mrs. W. O. Johnson: recording seccretary, Mrs. C. E. Beckett; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Moses Breeze; treasurer, Mrs. Fanny Jarvis; Sec. of Literature, Mrs. Berthat Pudor; missionary education, Mrs. J. M. Blankenship; stewardship, Miss Mabel Armstrong: sewing, Mrs. D. C. Morris; temperance, Miss Augusta Hermes; current events, Mrs. S. T. Montgomery; prayer laand, Mrs. E. P. Thompson: Belvedere work, Mrs, Alice Dirks Moore; hospitality, Mrs. W. L. Kendrick; flower committee, Mrs. W. I. Ong;, courtesy; committee, Mrs. W. L. Miller.

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

m A.C .PARDE E | Well, Friends, when you get your scrip—if you f, | get it—bring it to llappyland and get full value 1 I —lOO cents on the dollar. ■J—= PECIALS THIS WEEK For that Stubborn Case of La Grippe (Flu) TRY Pardee’s Cold Tablets.. .25c m mm m Do You Have KIDNEY or BLADDER Trouble? TRY ANGELUS Buchu & Potassa Acetate 98c WILKIL Silverfish Moth Powder 49c Velma Tooth Paste-removes tarter 29c 5 lbs. Dextro Maltose $3.39 Pardee's Happy land Pharmacy I 6 I 6 YOIEMITE Mrs. Roy Erickson, 1801 Yosemite DRIVE CLEARING JJOUSE gCRIP IS GOOD HERE 100 cents on a DOLLAR Foot Pains This scientific Test reveals the cause of your foot trouble at a glance. Costs nothing. One thing is certain —you . " can never hope to get rid of any foot condition permanently until the cause is found and removed. No special shoe ever made can do that for you. The our Foot Comfort Experts determine when making Pcdo-grauh j prints of vour stockinged feet. Then vou arc shown how the -t exact nature ...

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THRASHER ISSUES HIS ANNOUNCEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

THRASHER ISSUES HIS ANNOUNCEMENT In .connection with his candidacy for reelectton to the city council for the 14th district. Councilman . X. L. Thrasher issued the following statement: *Tn announcing my candidacy for re-election as councilman from the 14th district, I make my appeal for the support of the voters for the following reasons: “I believe that in the past two years I have, in a practical manner, demonstrated to the tax payers of my District, that it is possible without the burden of special assessments ,to get important, major Improvements. This has been done by obtaining the district’s just share of public funds. “J have also proven my stand on municipal ownership by consistently voting for the best Interests of the department of water and power, a program which has had as a direct result, a 25% lowering of electrical rates in the Eagle Rock and Annandale districts, to the same low rate as enjoyed by the rest of the city. “At this time, when we are all affected by a univ...

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ENGINEERS HERE ON BOULDER JOB [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

ENGINEERS HERE ON BOULDER JOB Municipal bureau of power and 1 light engineers, working under direction of E. P. Scattergood, chief electrical engineer and general manager of the bureau, have been in conference with United States engineers for some time in connection with the gigantic hydro-electric plant to be built by the government on the Colorado river qt Boulder canyon. R. F. Walker, chief engineer and L. McClellan, chief electrical engineer of the bureau of reclamation, came to Los Angeles from Denver Mid will remain here for some time for conferences in connection with the Colorado river power project. The city bureau, Mr. Scattergood said, already had prepared plans for the transmission line itself, switching stations, transmission step-down stations and for a new receiving station in Los Angeles. Laboratory tests for conductors and insulators to be used on the double circuit power line are being conducted at Stanford university, he said. Explaining how the $22,800,000 loan c...

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CLAIMS DEEP CUT . IN TAXES IN L. A. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

CLAIMS DEEP CUT . IN TAXES IN L. A. j Findings of the Detroit Bureau 'of Municipal Research, non-partl- ' san organization, recently made public, reveal that during the term of office of Mayor John C. Porter the tax rate per capita in Los Angeles has become the lowest of the 13 largest cities in the United States, it is stated. Total tax per capita here is now $48.99, compared with $77.35, the rate in New York, the highest city. Chicago is slightly less than this with $75.33, while the closest to the Los Angeles levy is that of San Francisco, which is $49.33. This City in the last four years has reduced its taxes 36 per cent, or $12,000,000, notwithstanding an increase in population of 500,000. The present total tax levy for the city is $21,331,670.34, or more than $1,000,000 lower than that of 19241925; in 1928-1929 it was $33,361,074.34. One of the principal means of effecting this great economy to the taxpayers, according to Mayor Porter, was in putting the water and power depart...

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DANGER IN KITE FLYING WHEN NEAR POWER WIRES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

DANGER IN KITE FLYING WHEN NEAR POWER WIRES | How an innocent appearing high voltage wire might mean death to I school children while flying kites 'was brought to attention of princi- • pals by Supt. Frank A. Bouelle in a recent bulletin. The warning was 'given at the suggestion of the buI reau of power and light. I Children are cautioned against 'flying kites near roads and wires, and manual education instructors have been asked to prohibit use of wire in construction of kites. Pupils are especially warned against kite flyifig during the rainy season, a diversion for which a ten veayold boy recently paid with his wet stnng" of the kite I ’ouled a power line and acted as I i conductor of electricity, sending | i heavy charge through liis body.

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

(PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS DIRECTORYFire Dept Police Dept Ambulance - Sheriff PI. 3131 ...mi. nil RI. 5111 MTJ. 5111 Building Dept . ..Ah. 9790 Water Dept MI. 4211 Chamber of Commerce AL.1410 Eagle Rock Advertiser..... AL. 2068 Physicians & Surgeons Office Hours—2 - 4; 7 - 8 P.M. Office and Res. phone AL. 1812 W. M. Christensen, M.D. Physician and Surgeon 1948 Colorado Bivd. EAGLE ROCK, CALIF. OCULIST N. H. Goodenow, MJD. EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT and OPTICAL CLINIC Residence & Office 5052 '4 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. . Tel. Res.—CLeveland C 2667 OPTOMETRISTS Carl S. Ross, Opt. D. Optometrist Evenings by Appointment Office AL. 4113 Res. AL. 9860 5062 Eagle Rock Bivd., at Colo. CHIROPRACTORS EAGLE ROCK HEALTH CENTER ~ nfc ft .J. ntanw., drl k. h 'kneeung Chiropractors CL. 625*8 2270 Colorado Bivd. TUJUNGA ASTHMA CLINIC Asthma Snccessfully Treated 7047 Foothill Bivd. Phone Sunland 208 • TUJUNGA PLUMBER vw n, fjK, The Plumber COURTEOUS & DEPENDABLE PHONE ALbany ...

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BRIDE ENDS LIFE BY BRIDGE JUMP [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

BRIDE ENDS LIFE BY BRIDGE JUMP Fearing that she was losing her mind, Mrs. Sadie Cadarett, 25, of 233 North Kenmore street, a pretty bride of 8 months, leaped to her death from the Colorado Street bridge, Pasadena, early Monday forenoon, making the 43rd bridge suicide. Mrs. Cadarett left a note to her husband which read: “My mind is going, so I must die. I love only you.” After penning the note, she made her way to the vicinity of the bridge, and asked Reginald Clase, 13 year old Boy Scout, of 789 Magnolia ave., to show her the highest part of the structure. The boy did so, and before his startled eyes, she climbed on the railing and jumped. Her body was removed to the coroner’s office where identification wis made Monday.

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MONEY PROVIDED TO COVER CLAIMS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

MONEY PROVIDED TO COVER CLAIMS Immediately following the proclamation of Governor James Rolph, last Thursday morning, declaring a bank holiday for three days, and prior to the national banking holiday declared by President Roosevelt. which extends to Friday morning, the following letter was sent to Carroll Evans, Eagle Rock agent, by the Globe Indemnity company: “This morning’s Press dispatches indicate that the governor of Cal-! ifornia has declared a banking hoi- I iday extending over a period of 3 days. “It is appreciated that even with this short banking holiday claimants of this company may find it impossible to realize the proceceds j on any loss drafts, loss checks, or i other indebtedness which they may hold from this company. . “Arrangements have, therefore, | been made to dispatch to Los Angeles sufficient funds in currency to pay such claims when presented with adequate release and with proper identification.” “We believe you and the company's claimants and patrons will r...

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BIBLE CLASS MEN BECOME BOWLERS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

BIBLE CLASS MEN BECOME BOWLERS Members of the Men’s Bible class of the Baptist recently formed | a 9 pin team and are “rolling thej bowls" Tuesday nights at the Arroyo, Seco playground. Those expected to participate in the matches are Messrs. Thompson, Lundie, Brown, Struever and Carter. As basketball has been the activity for the younger members of the I elfcss,' toWS "fill ÜBWJHIB 'MB Mil-' I sonal sport for the older men. I Men who are without church affiliations are invited to attend the Bible class Sunday and hear Rev. Dan Bryant and the open forum on the “Book of Psalms and Practical Religion,” and also participate in the class’s diversified activities.

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ARCHITECT OF E. R. DRAWS P. O. PLANS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

ARCHITECT OF E. R. DRAWS P. O. PLANS Annoncement has just been made that the architect firm of Newton & Murray, with offices in the Architects building, in downtown Los Angeles, had been awarded the contract for drawing the plans and specifications for the new postoffice at Santa Monica. This is a matter of interest to the people of Eagle Rock because of the fact the Murray of the firm is Robert D. Murray, of El Verano ave. Mr. Murray has been a resident of Eagle Rock for the last 12 years. Many will remember the fact that he drew the plans for the Eagle Rock library. The Santa Monica postoffice building will cost about $300,000. Work on the structure will be started as soon as possible, but it is anticipated that about 60 days will be required before actual construction can start. It will be necessary for Mr. Murray to make a trip to Washington, D. C„ before all preliminaries can be completed.

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ANNOUNCEMENT IS BY NOVEL METHOD [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 March 1933

ANNOUNCEMENT IS BY NOVEL METHOD Announcemen of the engagement of Miss Ruth Lamb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lamb, of 5319 [ Vincent ave., and Burdett W. Loucks | was made in a novel way at an inI formal bridge tea last Saturday. The jig-saw puzzle was utilized. Each guest was given a puzzle, which when completed showed the likenesses of the young couple in silhouette and bore their names. Guests were the Misses Peggy Adams Mary Kirk, Virginia Watkins. Jeanne Lamb, Helen Louise Reed, Pauline | Delaney. Jane Kieser and Dorothy AbAud Mrs. Shay.

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