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OPTIMISM PREVAILS AMONG THE BUSINESS AND PUBLIC ALIKE Better Spirit Evident in All Quarters Than Has Existed in Last Three Years—All Confident Recovery Has Begun [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
OPTIMISM PREVAILS AMONG THE BUSINESS AND PUBLIC ALIKE Better Spirit Evident in All Quarters Than Has Existed in Last Three Years—All Confident Recovery Has Begun Optimism, real optimism, for the first times in more than three years, is to be found in all quarters, ooth among business men and the general public. This was the dominant thing to be noted Tuesday with the re-opening of the banks, and the resumption of business in a normal way, and has continued in growing assurance. Analyzed, the confidence that the period of depression is passing, that the upward trend of business has set in, has its foundation in a number of facts and recent development * and events. Re-opening of the banks served to restore confidence, and revive the spirits of everyone, even tually though everyone knew the banks eventually would re-open, and tlje Los Angeles banks, at least, •vsfefce- sound. Conditions at the banks, with large . being made, and with large withdrawals reports of large deposits of mone...
Schools Here; Re-open Monday [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
Schools Here; Re-open Monday Engineers checking over the schools in Eagle Rock, following the earthquake shocks which began at 5:55 pm Friday, found that no damage was done to schools here, according to a report from the engineering department of the board of education. Groundless rumors had been circulated of damage to the high school building. As a precautionary measure, schools were ordered closed all this week( unless further announcement is made to the contrary by the board, all will re-open Monday morning. Eagle Rock was fortynate. in comparison with several other districts where considerable damage to city schools was reported. No damage was noted in Eagle Rock. The business section withstood the schocks, as did the homes and apartment houses here.
—LEEONIA— A Romance of the Twenty-first Century By JAMES COBURN (Copyright 1933 by James Coburn Co.) [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
—LEEONIA— A Romance of the Twenty-first Century By JAMES COBURN (Copyright 1933 by James Coburn Co.) Eileen’s letter continued Big Mike makes a suggestion. “I tell you fellers what we’ll do with these guys—We’ll put them all in the biggest bank building in town, and then blow ’em to hell with dynamite: that’ll stop ’em from robbing any more poor devils with their writs and injunctions and ejectments; they've brought tide country to what it is now—a heU op earth, so let’s give ’em what they deserve.” This awful proposal seeihed to] suit the temper of the mob, as it! -yelled and cheered wildly. To the) credit of those great business men and captains of Industry be it said that they stood there without flinching or faltering, gazing scornfully at their would be executioners. By this time Jack had managed to force his way through the crowd utuli he reached the speaker’s stand. Red Mike turned on him with glaring eyes as Jack put a hand on his arm to attract his attention; but his angry ...
0 STORES OF EAGLE ROCK • 9 WILL DISPLAY SERIES • * OF INTERESTING CARDS * [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
STORES OF EAGLE ROCK WILL DISPLAY SERIES OF INTERESTING CARDS Shoppers in the central district of Eagle Rock this week will see the first of a series of cards, of an interesting name and interesting messages, displayed in the show windows of many places of business. The same card is to be displayed each week by each store. The series will run for some three months... The messages carried on the cards set forth concisely and clearly the advantages of taking advantage of the service the home stores give, and the benefits that may be secured for the entire community.
Action On E. R. Drain Projects Probable Today [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
Action On E. R. Drain Projects Probable Today A. storm Rock Blvd and Colorado and the Yosemite areas, have been given verbal approval by Supervisors Show and Roger Jessup, action by the board of supervisors was delayed yesterday by emergency matters in connection with rehabilitation in the Long Beach and other earthquake stricken areas. It is expected the board will act today to approve formally the former project, the first to have the approval of the city council. The storm drain project, proposing an extension north of Eagle Rock Blvd. to Colorado, and for laterals in the central district, is now , before the board of supervisors on j a resolution introduced by Council- j [ man E. L. Thrasher and approved by the city council. It was expect- j ied the project would be before the; : supervisors at their meeting yester- [ day. Aside from the need of the projects to relieve the storm water situation in time of heavy rains, there is general interest in seeing the work under way as it ...
QUICK RESPONSE TO CALL FOR AID [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
QUICK RESPONSE TO CALL FOR AID One of the first appeals to be made for needy victims of the earthquake was sent out over KFOX for donations of bedding, clothing and food to be brought to the Eagle Rock nursery, 2740 Colorado Blvd., from which point it would be transported by truck to Long Beach. The Legionnaires of Glendale and Eagle Rock united in getting the material loaded. Three truck loads left Eagle Rock Friday night and were delivered to people at points where the quake had done the greatest damage. Trucks wfere loaned by the nursery.
C. of C. Show Will Be Given Fri„ April 21 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
C. of C. Show Will Be Given Fri„ April 21 j Announcement is made by H- X. i DeVol, chairman of the commitee in charge, that the big benefit show, Ito be staged by the Eagle Roc&lt;_ Chambc.n of Ccmjmwce /presented Prtduy etnilgr, April 31, fat the Eagle Rock high school anf ditorium. So far the committee, other members of which are J. C. Richardson and R. N. Weaver, is not ready to make any annuncement of what the program will be, though they go so far as to declare that the show will be one of the best ever staged in Eagle Rock. In the main local talent, of which there is a plenty of the best in Eagle Rock to be used, it it stated. The program, it is indicated, will be a varied one, with acts to catch the fancy of any theater goer of any taste, almost, with real entertainment the main thought behind the undertaking.
PAIR OF THEATER TICKETS FREE IF YOUR NAME IN ADVT. TODAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
PAIR OF THEATER TICKETS FREE IF YOUR NAME IN ADVT. TODAY Were you one of those who received a pair of free tickets to the Eagle Rock, Yosemite or York theaters last week, as a result of your name being hidden in an advertisement in last Thursday’s edition of the Eagle Rock Advertiser? If you were not lucky last week, you may be this week. Read the advertisements carefully. Ten names with the owner’s addresses appear again this morning in as many advertisements in this newspaper. They are drawn by lot, so there can be no favoritism. Yours may be among them. Read the advertisements carefully and thoroughly, for your name may be somewhere in any advertisement, on any page. By an arrangement with the man-, agement of the three theaters, the Yosemite, Eagle Rock and York, the Eagle Rock Advertiser, through the courtesy of the merchants, is distributing each week 10 orders, ’ each for a pair of the best adult tickets, good at either theater, ■ at \ any show any day, within two weeks. Pick...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
STORE NO. 4 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. 1700 COLORADO BLVD. SPECIALS FOR: THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MARCH Mth, 17th and 18th APPLES FANCY NEWTON PIPPIN POUNDS GREEN TENDER ASPARAGUS 2 k SOLID RIPE TOMATOES 2«*l5 c FANCY CHERRY SWEET SEEDLESS FRESH SOLID 5 fts. .... ,45Ech c ■ MU mM SWEET JUICY Bunch) Head) LETTUCE «&gt; FANCY IDAHO RUSSET L AA A A ■». A A ■*. ■«. A J. A .4. ** * * AA A • * —DEL MONTE PRODUCTS—--2 Cans 25c No. 2 l / 2 can 11c 2 Cans 15c 2 Cans 25c M Pound 25c Can 10c Large 11c pINEAPPtf N Atll'P (I? * 3 Pkgs. JELL-0 and Del All 9Q/» , Monte Pineapple No. 2 Can GOLDEN STATE lb. 22cD IT TTFR BjLUE BELL -lb. 20(P 1 1 LIBBY’S CORN BEEF can Uc FELS NAPTHA SOAP ... 2 bars 9c HONEY 2»/z-lb. Tin 19c RINSO Large Pkg. 19c OLIVES ...Tall Tin 10c EGGS, Extra Large, Fresh : Dozen 16c THE NATURAL WAY TO HEALTH HERB TEA Big Bag 35c LACTOSE and DEXTRINE, 1 lb. Tin 65c 5 lb. Tin, Regular $2.75 ?. $2.15 PSYLLIUM SEED, Regular 75c lb. 25c VEGETALIZED SALT Pkg...
PERSONAE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
PERSONAE The Young Matrons club of the United Church will hold a dessert bridge party at the home of Mrs. T. A. Beckett, 5228 Dahlia drive, Wednesday afternoon, at 1:30 p. m. Reservations may be made with Mis. Moulton, or Mrs. Beckett. A group of Eagle Rock high school students hiked to Switzers camp Wednesday and enjoyed a day’s outing. Those who made the trip Were Charlotte Cohen, Katherine Johnson, Viola Mooney, Ruth and Mary Donnelley and Jimmy Watson and Mentor Hubner. Mary T. Creswell auxiliary of the Presbyterian church at its meeting Thursday had an interesting program on “Japan”. New officers were installed. Seventy-five guests enjoyed a bridge party given last Monday afternoon by the Eagle Rock grammar school P.-T. A. at the home of Mrs. Roy Huntley. Both Mrs. Elliott, chairman, and Mrs. Huntley, hostess expressed thanks for the help and donations received. The party was a great success. The prizes were won as follows: First, Mrs. Hoffman; second, Mrs. Hopps; third, Mrs. K...
MASONIC SMOKER COUNTED SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
MASONIC SMOKER COUNTED SUCCESS Many things were smoked out Monday night at the stag smoker staged by local Masons at Masonic Temple. The distinctly masculine affair was attended by 150 members of lodges here and in other districts, Including several maste* of Glendale lodges, and District Inspector Dwight W. Stephenson. E. L. Maxson was in charge of the smoker. The radio program, 'presented by the Penthouse Troubadors of KPAC, was a happy combination of music I and song, with Dixie Landis drawing storms of applause for her numbers. Others who were accorded favor included Tizzie Lish with her droll humor, Carolyn King, and Mark Breneman, who acted as master of ceremonies. “Null and Void'’ scheduled to appear on the program, Bent their regrets. After progtani, the guests assembled about the tables and ■enjoyed satisfying refreshments of ham sandwiches, pickles, potato, chips and coffee, followed by j smokes.
BOYS WEEK DATES APRIL 29—MAY 6 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
BOYS WEEK DATES APRIL 29—MAY 6 Observance of National Boys’ Week will take place April 29 to May throughout the U. S. Many organizations, including the American Legion and Kiwanis clubs, make much of this week, which was begun , in 1920, and was observed round the, world in 1932. The program for the week will be as follows: April 29. Boy’s Loyalty Day Saturday. Boys’ day in churches, Sunday, April 30. Boys day in industry, Monday, May 1. Boys day in schools, Tuesday. May 2. Boys day in entertainment and athletics, Wednesday, May 3. Boys health day and evening at home, Thursday, May 4. Boys day in Citizenship, Friday, May 5. Boys day out of doors, Saturday, May 6. Local observance is expected to be conducted by Legion and Kiwanis groups.
EARTHQUAKE ONLY DELAYS DINNER OF THIS FAMILY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
EARTHQUAKE ONLY DELAYS DINNER OF THIS FAMILY Barbara Hazelett, of Long Beach, is visiting at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wray, of 5141 Dahlia drive, Eagle Rock, following the recent earthquake. For Mrs. Hazelett’s family the quake only delayed, but did not otherwise interfere with their dinner last Fri- . day evening. In spite of the fact the building was of brick c-.nstruct-ion and around it had been jdestroyed.NMrt- Hazelett, after the filst shock, returned to the family apartment and cooked dinner for hejffamay/ j
BREAKFAST HELD. AT ST. DOMINIC’S [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
BREAKFAST HELD. AT ST. DOMINIC’S Following 8 o’clock mass last Sunday at St. Dominic's church, about 85 Holy Name men enjoyed a. breakfast at the hall. Father Edmund, from the Monastary at Sierra Madre, was the breakfast speaker, with Father Olson of the local church. At the service**preceding the breakfast, Father Edmund told of the “laymen’s retreats”, organized every weekend for laymen. The ser vice and breakfast were part of the Lent observance of St. Dominic's ” Sunday morning, the Blessed Sacrament con-fraternity has invited the children of Mary’s sodality to receive Holy Communion with them and be their guests at a break last to follow the 8 o’clock mass. There are about 35 children m tne sodality. During Lent, services are held each Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday evening it is announced.
NEW STATE BEACH PARK IS SOUGHT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
NEW STATE BEACH PARK IS SOUGHT Seeking to add nearly a mile to the Los Angeles public beach and give the city a practically uninterrupted public beach frontage on Santa Monica bay from Ocean Park to El Segundo, the city recreation commission has recommended acquisition of a new state beach park south of PI ay a Del Key, it is announced. The recommendation urges the 'state park board to buy a stretch of beach extending for 4859.74 feet. I The area lies between two long stretches of public beach, and is 1 the only privately-owned ocean frontage of considerable extent | within the city limits between Ocean Park and El Segundo. Out of the California state park bond issue of 1928, setting aside j $6,000,000 for purchase of park I sites, approximately $BOO,OOO is still available for acquisition of land, and the recommendation asks for ; the use of a portion of this rei mainder to give Los Angeles much ; needed additional beach frontage. 1 Under terms of the state park bond fund, it is nec...