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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
Clean Up and Look Prosperous We Clean and Service Your Garment at These Low Prices Men’s Suits 23 c Cleaned &amp; Pressed We Specialize in Cleaning and Glazing Furs and Fur Coats PANTS ... 17c Cleaned &amp; Pressed • MEN’S Overcoats 45 c Cleaned &amp; Pressed ■*" ANY LADY’S Dress or Coat 45c Cleaned A Pressed SKIRT or Sweater.. 9ft c Cleaned A Pressed ** Rugs up to 9x12 $1.19 CaUed (or. Cleaned, Sized, Laid We call for and deliver at small additional charge. Minor repairs free. Garments insured. HANSELL &amp; CO. ODORLESS DRY CLEANERS Phone AL. 3084—1563 E. COLO.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
—BILLIE BIRD MARKET 1924 COLORADO BLVD. SPECIALS MONDAY,.TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, March 13-14-15 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES;. MILK LAMB ■ • BABY BEEF HALBERT’S EASTERN PORK MILK VEAL HAMBURGER 10* 3 POUNDS FOR 25c FOR THAT BREAKFAST SAUSAGE lb. 19c 100% Pure Pork Our Make. Can be Made Cheaper but Not Better. BACON lb. 1 Q%c By the Piece RIB gTEAKS lb. Igi/k FANCY STEER BEEF pOT ROAST . .lb. 12 1 /2 C pORK gTEAKS lb. gHORTENING 31b5.25« ~ - LINE OF FISH AND SEA FOODS 0 All Sea Foods for Lent. MRS. HALBERT’S DELICATESSEN Be Convinced That These Salads Are the Finest and Best HOME-MADE SALADS PINT 15c FORREST’S BAKERY MONDAY SPECIALS 4 GOLD CARE t.:. Bath 15cl RYE BREAD Loai &amp; Frosted with Fresh Lemon Icing 1 With Without Seeds i CRaSbI'aII . .Loaf 6c| tADY FINGERS . .doz. 10c TUESDAY SPECIALS WEDNESDAY SPECIALS BABY POTATO ROLLS .. 2 Dozen 15c HONEY GLAZED POTATO j DOUGHNUTS.... Dozen 25c AGUILAR BROTHERS FREE-5 “«■ ORANGES 11 WITH PURCHASE OF » 15 lbs POTATOES 15...
Editorial [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
Editorial WHOSE MONEY? It would not be surprising if the federal government took steps to force money borders, in safe deposit boxes, tin cans, socks or sugar bowls, to disgorge. There is ample authority for it, and if not, and President Roosevelt gets the idea that things should be carried as far as force, he will get the authority from congress. People are prone to look upon money they possess as their personal property to do with as they wish. Such, however, is not the case. All money belongs to the government of the United States, whether it be gold or currency. We, the people, merely are permitted to make use of it. . We have a right to the use of a certain amount of it, as represented by the wealth of the individual. We can do with that “use” as we see fit, but the money Itself still Is not ours. If we hid away gold money or currency, that is hoard it,. we are hiding the property of . someone else, namely the American government and therefore the American people. Those who dre...
—LINT— [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
—LINT— By J G. R. They’ve got a new physician in the White House, and he isn’t afraid to operate. Some of his patients have been separated from their gold, perhaps not painlessly, but still reported to be greatly relieved. And some others are moping a bit because he has made them take their own medicine. And the rest of us are indulging in a quiet little giggle as * result of the holidays—maybe a little shakily, but giggling never-the-less. But we may have to hide our gold fillings before he is through. Which is hard to do when we think about the color of some people’s faces. Where the knife won’t work, a stick of the good old dynamite of 1917 does the job. There hasn’t been so much excitement in our town since Tony slipped on a banana pealing and got up singing “Yes, we have no peanuts today/’ Meantime, the line of local candidates for the council chambers is forming on the right. Voters will have their choice of several. ~What really should be done would be have them take a test o...
HEAR E. R. CHORUS ON KTM PROGRAM [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
HEAR E. R. CHORUS ON KTM PROGRAM Many friends of the Eagle Rock community chorus listened In Saturday night, when the local singers presented several selections over radio station KTM on a program sponsored by the city department of playgrounds. Prknk Pursell directed the chorus and Mrs. S. R. Knox accompanied at the piano. R. A. Chase, director of men’s and boys' activities at Yosemite playgrounds, announced the coming presentations of the “Crucifixion” by the Eagle Rock chorus and other groups, on March 28. As a feature of the dance of the Yosemite Social club at the playground Saturday night, a radio was installed so the dancers might listen in on the chorus' broadcast.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
REPAIRING ■HM' of Watches and Jewelry That You Can Depend Upon As Being Right S. R. KNOX JEWELER 2145 Colorado Blvd. EAGLE ROCK mint EAGLE ROCK and COLORADO BLVDS. At 1917 15c 300—GOOD SEATS—3OO 15c - ----- • - - ■- - -- - ONE WEEK, STARTING SUNDAY, MARCH 12 TWO FEATURES “THE SON-DAUGHTER With HELEN HAYES and RAMON NOYARRO AND “MAN AGAINST WOMAN” With JACK HOLT Y 0 8 E MIT E theam EAGLE ROCK BLVD. at YOSEMITE AL 5189 ONE WEEK, STARTING SUNDAY, MARCH 12 TWO MAJOR FEATURES “FAREWELL TO ARMS” With Helen HAYES, Gary Cooper ADOLPH MENJOU AND JAMES CAGNEY Back Again In “HARD TO HANDLE" YORK THEATRE YORK BLVD at AVE. 50 AL 5815 SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY MARCS 12-13-14 TWO FEATURES EDMOND LOWE, VICTOR McLAUGHLIN and LUPE VAtEZ “HOT PEPPER” and ZANE GREY’S “WILD HORSE MESA” COMEDY CARTOON NEWS WED., THUBS., FRL, SAT. MARCH 15-18-17-18 “LAWYER MAN” With WILLIAM POWELL and JOAN BLONOELL AND “NO MAN OF HER OWN” With CLARK GABLE, CAROL LOMBARD and DOROTHY McKAILL FREE Cameo Dinnerware to the Ladie...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
SPARTANtMARKET 4714 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. SPECIALS R. N. WEAVER, Proprietor. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CLeveland 69375 CUB BRAND COFFEE GROUND WHILE YOU WAIT POUND 19c KERR’S PURE JAMS BERRY OR FRUIT 2*lb. Jar 29 c SOLID PACK TOMATOES Tin lie LIBBY’S—No. Z'A Can PALMOLIVE SOAP C AKE 5 C DROMEDARY DATES .pkg. 1 0% c PITTED OR REGULAR ■■ 15 c PITTED OR REGULAR HONEY-Comb FANCY—I2-oz. Comb CHOCOLATE lb. can 9Qc BISHOP’S SIERRA—GROUND " t/ PEANUT BUTTER . 9 lb. jr, 99c GOLDEN WEST—RED LABEL * mdKM SHREDDED WHEAT. pkg. JQc pkg. 15c BEST FOODS ]y[AYONNAISE piNTS 29 c AMAIGO DINA-MITE.. OAT BASF—RED LABEL FLAP JACK FLOUR Lg. Pkg. 1 Pic ALBER'S VEG. SOUP . . .9Lge. Cans9Qc HORMEL’S * “ v Pints J2 C AMMONIA BOBRICK’S CHOCOLATE CANDY lb. 1 Kc BISHOP’S OLD FASHIONED CHOCOLATE DROPS ” POT CLEANERS . lAc MYSTIC MIRACLE A V CHEESE lb. IQc TILLAMOOK i/ Kennel BIRD SEED 9pkgs.9Cjc FRENCH’S ■■ ■■ V 23c SYRUP 12-OZ- BOTTLE 15c WESTLAKE BRAND TOILET TISSUE 1000 Sheet Rolls ”” 3 ROLLS IQc NEW...
CLUB’S PROGRAM THURS. PROMISING [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
CLUB’S PROGRAM THURS. PROMISING Section day, at the Women’s 20th Century club next Thursday, promises one of the most interesting schedules of the year. At 9 o’clock, Miss Helen Pratt, “the bird woman” of Eagle Rock.' Is to, conduct an hour of study of natuifq subjects. Miss Pi;att always draws a large crowd with her interesting classes of study. Prom 10 to 11 Mrs Daniel Bryant will conduct a study of English. Miss Helen A. Young, instructor of music at Occidental college, will speak on “The Literature of Music", from 11 to 12 o’clock. Miss Young Is being brought by Mrs. Montrose Burrows, literature chairman. Following the luncheon, an equally interesting afternoon program will be offered. Mrs Walter Mann will conduct Bible study from 1 until 2 o’clock. This will be followed by; study of the drama, from 2 until 3, directed by Fred Lang. This hour will be divided into three parts and will include an appreciation of novels of Galsworthy, a review of St.. Clair Lewis' new novel, “Ann V...
ACCUSED WOMAN WOULD END LIFE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
ACCUSED WOMAN WOULD END LIFE While being conducted back to her cell from the courtroom where her trial had been called for the kidnapping of Mrs. Mary B. Skeele. wife of Walter P. Skeele, dean of music, U.8.C., of 136 N. Ave. 55, Lou6llaperl Hammer created a momentary uproar when she plead with guards to let her commit suicide. Miss Hammer, and W. H. Van Dorn, her associate, both plead not guilty to the charges, despite their confessions in the hands of police. The former added a plea of insanity. The trial, in superior court, was postponed by Judge Aggeler until April 5, according to Capt. B. W. Thomason, of the Highland Park police division, who directed the investigation which led to the arrest of the asserted kidnapers, the case was postponed on account of the legal holidays. In the event of an appeal, he pointed out, the defendants might ask to have the decision of the lower court set aside on account of the bank holidays.
PSYCHOLOGY HAS POPULARITY LEAD [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
PSYCHOLOGY HAS POPULARITY LEAD Psychology In its many phases is a most popular theme with readers 4 of the Eagle Rock branch of the Los Angeles public library, and two of the books on the subject are outstanding to the extent that, after having been published for some two years, they are still in demand. “Charm, r by Mary Mcßride,'deals with that something that we are all desiring to possess. Before the author decided to write the book, she asked many of her friends what charm really was, and she usually received an answer such as -“Why it is something that no one can quite define. It attracts people and you have to be born with it.” But she felt there was something more definite and also something that could be cultivated by the individual. Her books has many chapters on loyalty, tolerance, beauty (men-) tal as well as physical) and many* allusions are made to the famous' women of history who well understood the art. It makes good reading and is worthwhile. Storing up Triple Reserv...
NEED PERMITS TO REENTER SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
NEED PERMITS TO REENTER SCHOOL At the, request of school authorities, attention is again called to the ruling that' children cannot bej re-admitted to school after absences due to illness, of five daysj or more, (Saturdays, Sundays and holidays included), unless a permit' is secured from the city health de-| partment, a school nurse or school doctor. The following schedule, announced in January, is reprinted for thej benefit of readers of the Eagle Rock! Advertiser, and it is suggested the parents of school children clip this schedule, which will be maintained throughout the remainder of the school year, it is announced: Monday—Dr. Schmidt, Eagle Rock high, 8 to 12; Mrs. Blythe, Eagle Rock grammar, 8 to 12; Mrs. Blythe. Rockdale, 1 to 3; Miss Mitchell. 1 to 3. Tuesday—Dr. Zimmerer, Eagle Rock high, 8 to 12; Miss Vaughn, San Rafael, 8 to 10:30; Mrs. Blythe, Buchanan St., 8 to 12; Miss Mitchell, Delevan Dr., 1 to 3. Wednesday—Mrs. Blythe, Dahlia Heights. 8 to 11; Miss Mitchell, Deleva...
HARRY BIGGER AWARDED OCCIDENTAL SCHOLARSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
HARRY BIGGER AWARDED OCCIDENTAL SCHOLARSHIP Harry Bigger, a member of the senior class of Occidental college, was awarded the Men's Council loan scholarship for this year. The selection was based on need, character. general contribution to the college and scholastic record. The committee of selection was Arthur Clark, president of the Associated Men Students: Rice Ober. former student-body president and Lvston Johnson of the Men’s Council, in conference with £»r. Arthur G. Coons, dean of men.
POWER BUREAU IN SERVICE 20 YEARS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
POWER BUREAU IN SERVICE 20 YEARS Along with the bills for water ’ and light this month, the city tte--1 partment of water and power has sent out many thousands of offl- ' cial bulletins, bringing to the consumer's notice the fact that the bureau of power and light celebrates ' this year its 20th year as a separate enterprise.- v-.-u-io.j &gt; 1 The bulletin states: “Citizens of Los Angeles are enjoying the bene- ! fits of the lowest electric lighting • rates of any city of comparable size ' in the United States, due chiefly to the fact that they themselves own the largest and most successful municipal light and power system in the country. “This plant, built up rapidly from (a small beginning, now has assets jof approximately $87,000,000. Net I profits amounting to $36,500,000 j have been reinvested in the system • and used to retire bonded indebtedness which now amounts to only ,$36,500,000 and is being reduced at the rate of $1,300.00 annually. “Since 1910 (when It was def...
DORIS LLOYD PLAYS LEAD “TOO TRUE TO BE GOOD" [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 13 March 1933
DORIS LLOYD PLAYS LEAD “TOO TRUE TO BE GOOD" Formerly a noted actress on the stage in England and now In motion pictures, Doris Lloyd will play the leading feminine role in the production of George Bernard Shaw's latest comedy, "Too True to Be Good,” opening Tuesday evening, at the Pasadena Community Playhouse. In pictures Miss Lloyd played roles in “Disraeli” and "Old English” with George Arliss, and recently in two unreleased pictures, “Service” with Lionel Barrymore and “Oliver Twist.” Shaw writes himself into the play in the character of The Elder who speaks the Shavian oracles. On a trip around the world, Shaw is ex- pected to arrive in Los Angeles on March 27. Gilmore Brown has extended the author an invitation to visit the Playhouse. The play is being produced in honor of the | playwright’s first American visit.