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Many Worried For Safety Of Their Friends [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
Many Worried For Safety Of Their Friends Quake Causes Excitement But No Damage Here Striking at 5:55 o’clock Friday evening, the earthquake which cost some 150 lives and property damage estimated at $45,000,000 in the Los Angeles district, did no damage in Eagle Rock of consequence, but shook the community into a state of excitement, and no little fear, that lasted until Saturday. The first and worst temblor, followed in about five minutes by a second and In a few minutes more by a third, sent people flying from store and office buildings and homes into the streets for safety. Succeeding quakes, at intervals all during the night, and a minor one or two Saturday morning, served to keep people under tension. In a few cases goods, particularly canned goods-, were shaken from store shelves or displays were wrecked. A few cases of pictures or dishes thrown from their positions Were broken, nor either water or gas pipes damaged. One fire, of a residence above Hill drive, was reported. It ...
BLAME ACCIDENT UPON CAR DRIVER [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
BLAME ACCIDENT UPON CAR DRIVER Following the death Thursday Mrs. Florence Wehrly, 68, of 607 N. Ave. 54, said to be a result of injuries received when she was run down by a car driven by Mrs. Jennie Cook, of 1310 Colorado Blvd., an inquest was held Friday. The coroner’s verdict was that “death resulted from an accident due to negligence of the driver.” The case was referred to the district attorney’s office, but no action was taken, the matter being held over until today. r Witnesses at the inquest included Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Bailey, 5482 Patalia drive; M. Carson, 5101 Van Owen; Wilson Gibson. 719 Cunard; j M. Marshall, 4124 Manor court, and j Miss Elizabeth Montgomery, 3943 Yosemite way, Mrs. Cook, and Officer Swanson of Highland Park. Police said it was possible no complaint would be issued, as the verdict did not specify “criminal negli- . f*»ee.’’ on the part of. the driver.
E. R. Club Host At Meeting Of State Officers [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
E. R. Club Host At Meeting Of State Officers Invitations have- been- extended j to more than 100 district and state .tyw .qhairmsn. ot the tl*iT1 torn la Federation of Women’s j Clubs, to attend a Reciprocity Day meeting of the Women’s 20th Century club, Thursday, March 23, when the special theme will center I around California day. | The club house will be cleverly! decorated in an appropriate man-j ner, and table decorations will car-! ry out the days of '49 plan, withj covered wagons as interesting fea- j tures. Mrs. Lewis Reed, president! of the club, working with Mrs. A.j R. Rose, reciprocity chairman, are making plans for the event. These! plans include furnishing a hostess j from the local club membership i for each of the special guests. l Further details will be worked out I at a meeting of the committee | Tuesday. J John Steven McGroarty, beloved i California author, will be the chief) speaker of the day. Members of the executive board of the club will J appear in a skit a...
COMEDY SKIT ON P.-T. A. PROGRAM [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
COMEDY SKIT ON P.-T. A. PROGRAM Those who enjoy comedy will be entertained by Mrs. Calvert andj others, in a skit written by J. Royj McClay, to be presented soon by! the Dahlia Heights P.-T. A. i Some well known people will be I imitated in this skit, such as Mr. | and Mrs. G. E. Richmond, Miss. Reinke, the Dahlia Heights principal and others. Mr. McClay has written this surprise skit for the Dahlia Hts. 1 P.-T. A. for their child welfare I vaudeville de luxe, which will be! presented March 31, in the high; school auditorium. He is well known in Eagle Rode for his clever writings.
Petitions Are Being Returned On N. Figueroa [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
Petitions Are Being Returned On N. Figueroa Protest petitions against the N. Figueroa opening and widening assessment are coming into the Eagle Rock Chamber of Commerce, through the mails, at the rate of j about 100 per date, it is reported | by Secretary Charles A. Butler, j These are from outside property owners, to whom blank petitions had been mailed on instruction of the committee in charge of the fight against the assessment in Eagle Rock. Local petitions are being signed up as fast as the property owners can reach them, or they can • be brought to the owners. A large number of the petitions are already I turned in at the Chamber of Commerce. Others still are out. j The mopping up process is under I way, and a large number of the petitions are in the hands of indi- • vlduals, who are calling upon prop--1 erty owners to give then-' oAnor- ' 11unity to sign. 1 j Dr. M. M. Null and Charles A. Holland, former councilman, made , an investigation of costs the early I part of the wee...
BAN ON MEAT IS LIFTED FOR DAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
BAN ON MEAT IS LIFTED FOR DAY "Pshure, an’ it bein’ St. Patrick’s day, a bit of mate wouldn't be so bad,” and so it is that Catholics in Los Angeles and San Diego, by special dispensation, are to be allowed to eat meat on St. Patrick’s j Day, which comes on Friday. This means lifting of the Lent observance, as well as the rule of the Catholic church which prohibits eating meat on Friday. Local Catholics will observe St. Patrick’s day with a turkey dinner to be held Friday, at 5:30 o’clock. This will be a gay affair and will toe strongly verdant as to decorations, it is stated. Childresn of St. Dominic's school will present a St. Patrick’s program at the resgular weekly luncheon of the Kiwanis club at Masonic Temple Ttouraday. • '
Oratorio Here To Be Notable Musical Event [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
Oratorio Here To Be Notable Musical Event Two baritones and one tenor, l from St. Paul's cathedral, will be [heard in the presentation of “The . Crucifixion” hy the Eagle Rock I community chorus and four other I musical groups, comprising more ' than 125 voices, Tuesday evening, March 28, at Eagle Rock high! school auditorium. Frank Purse!!, director of the | Eagle Rock Community chorus, and also soloist at St. Paul's cathedral,! will sing one of the baritone scores, while Bradford Morse will sing the; other, and Albert K. Puechel, the 1 tenor solos. Herbert C. Tovey, di- i rector of music at the Glendalej Presbyterian church, will be guest 1 conductor. The chorus of Califor-1 nia Christian college and choirs from the Garvanza M. E., .and Glendale Presbyterian churches and from the Bible Institute will join with the Eagle Rock choral group for i the event.
Scrip Will Be Issued Unless Order Prevents [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
Scrip Will Be Issued Unless Order Prevents Banks of the Los Angeles district, including Eagle Rock, are expected to open for business this morning, including deposits and the regular transaction of business. Clearing house certificates, or scrip as more commonly called, will be issued. These two features of the reopening plan were the word that came from banking headquarters late Saturday afternoon. The only thing that will interfere with this program will be orders to the contrary from Washington, D. C., it is stated. Everything was set Saturday afternoon for the opening of the banks this morning. It was expected, however, that the banking operations would b" on a limited program, but somewh at broader than that of the last two days of the last week. Just what might be expected in the way of rules was not certain. It was stated, however, that it was expected the banks would be prepared to handle the regular routine of business. Scrip is to be issued under the plan, and withdrawals ...
NOTED SPEAKERS AT LOCAL CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
NOTED SPEAKERS AT LOCAL CHURCH Two noted men are to be speakers at the Eagle Rock Christian church during the ensuing week. Rev. Milton B. Linberg, who was heard at the church Sunday evenj ing, at 7:30 Tuesday evening will ! present his lecture on ■ Palestine and the Jew Today in the Light of Prophecy." Next Sunday evening Mayor John R. Porter is to be the speaker. The service will begin at 7:30 o'clock.
MATER TICKETS GIVEN AWAY; NEW LIST OUT NEXT THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
MATER TICKETS GIVEN AWAY; NEW LIST OUT NEXT THURSDAY j The lirst set of 10 passes for two 'adult tickets to the Eagle Rock, YoJ Semite or York theaters was announced Thursday, and brought an active search of the advertisements in that edition of the Eagle Rock Advertiser. Reports received by the office of this newspaper showed a keen interest among people to see whether their or some of their friends had been the lucky ones. A new set of 10 names, each entitled to two of the best adult tickets for either of the three theaters, will appear in advertisements in next Thursday’s edition of the Advertiser. Your name may be one of those drawn. So watch the advertisements. Names may appear anywhere, in. any advertisement. All that is necessary is to go to the advertiser's place of business, identify yourself, and the order for the tickets will be given you, with no strings or expense. The tickets must be used within two weeks of date of issuance. Names last Thursday were: May McLaughlin, 5...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
STORE NO. 4 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. 1700 COLORADO BLVD. SPECIALS FOR: MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13th 14th and 15th * t • V COFFEE! &amp; W ..............* .. ...lb. 29c Hills Bros. Blue Can lb. 25c . B lb. 18c THE NATURAL WAY TO HEALTH HERB TEA - Big Bag 35c USED INSTEAD OF COFFEE OR BLACK* f TEA—GOOD FOB KIDNEYS LACTOSE and DEXTRINE, Hb.pn 1 65c 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 LACTOSE and DEXTRINE in which the starch has been thoroughly dextrinized, making it more soluble than other similar products, to enter the colon more quickly. PSYLLIUM SEED, Regular 75c lb. 25c VEGETALIZED SaLT Pkg. 15c AG-AR-GEL 3 for 25c A VEGETABLE GELATIN DESSERT ...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
PERSONAL The Ladies Council will give a luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. Wednesday at the Christian church, 5054 Ellenwood drive. A bicycle belonging to Tom Bur/iqlt, son of Mrs. C. C. Burnett, of |B|o wagaplen fropi Eagle Rock high school Thursday, according to reports made to Highland Park police. The youth had left ills bicycle in the rack. It was stolen while the owner was witnessing a track game. Geraldine Boon, 16 year old student of Franklin high school, residing at 3819 W. Ave. 41, was treated (it the receiving hospital Thursday, following a fall while taking gymnasium work at the school. A sliver was removed from her back. Charles Carlson of 3117 Silverlake drive, was arrested at 12:10 o’clock Wednesday midnight at Eagledale and Colorado Blvd., and booked on a charge of drunkenness, according to reports on file at Highland Park police station. Carlson was in a parked automobile with three other . people when the arrest was made by Officers Vincart and Swanson. The next...
OBITUARY MRS. ORPHA GOULD FLENN [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
OBITUARY MRS. ORPHA GOULD FLENN Funeral rites were conducted Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. Orpha Gould Plenn, who died last Sunday at her home, 5149 Eagle Rock Blvd. Services at- Cresse’s mortuary were followed by interment at Forest Lawn. Born 73 years ago in Neosho County, Mich., Mrs. Plenn had been a resident of Los Angeles since 1923. She leaves two sons, J. E. Gould of Los Angeles and H. G. Gould of San Francisco, and one daughter, Mrs. Lulu Day of Mount Pleasant, Mich.
AUXILIARY WILL PLAN PQPPY SALE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
AUXILIARY WILL PLAN PQPPY SALE The next meeting of Unity, American Legion auxiliary, will take place Wednesday evening at Verdugo playgrounds. Plans for conducting sales of Flanders poppies during Memorial week will be announced. At a recent meeting of the unit, it was decided to have the names of charter members inscribed on the roll. Fred Sauter, of the post, will do the work. A dance chairman to have charge of monthly dances for the next six months is to be appointed at the next meeting. The popularity of these events was a factor in deciding to continue them.
STRESS ELECTRIC COOKING BENEFIT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
STRESS ELECTRIC COOKING BENEFIT Challenging the Interest of home managers of Los Angeles are claims being put forward to focus public attention on the advantages of electric cookery. Widespread and rapid adoption of this newest of electrical household appliances is peculiarly favored by local conditions, according to executives of the city bureau of power and light, who direct attention to the fact that unusually low rates enjoyed by consumers are making of this city the most electricallyminded community in the world. Strongly highlighted as an outstanding feature of a modern, fastcooking electric range, aside from automatic time and temperature control, greater convenience, maximum cleanliness, absolute safety and unfailing uniformity of cooking results, is the leisure it affords a housewife. As one of many striking illustrations, it is claimed that at least 60 hours a year—actually more than a week of eight-hour days—is spent in the average home scouring pots and pans to remove so...