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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933

TTTTTVTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTT Bakery Specials , Thurs., Fri., & Sat. St. Patrick Novelties 30c doz. and 5c each Angel Food Cakes Each 18c Delicious White & Choc. Cup Cakes doz. 20c Potato Rolls doz. 10c Pineapple Cream Pies Topped with Whip Cream, Each 25c EAGLE ROCK BAKERY 5059 Eagle Rock Blvd. ALbany 9224 _ytr* A, C. Pardae, WI ToMmlte dr.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933

READ AND USE ADVERTISER WANT ADS TRANSFER EAGLE ROCK. CAL. MOVING HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE ARAN Banks have reopened. The recent earthquake left us unharmed. Our country has a “He” man for President. —Brighter and more prosperous days are ahead. Surely we have much for which to be grateful. We, of the Eagle Rock Feed & Fuel Co. are especially thankful to the many good folks of Eagle Rock who have favored us with their patronage during the trying times of the past. We are constantly striving to merit your patronage by carrying reliable merchandise at lower than down town prices. ’I FEEDS-SEEDS FERTILIZERS-INSECTICIDES PET SUf PLIES—GARDEN TOOLS COAL - WOOD - BRIQUETS

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Captain Saved from Sinking Vessel Telephones Wife from Rescue Ship [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933

Captain Saved from Sinking Vessel Telephones Wife from Rescue Ship Above: Scene aboard the steamer Gertrude M. Fauci. Right; A member of the Fauci’s crew making a ship-to-shore telephone call.

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LEGION AND AUXILIARY HANDLE BIG TASK IN THE RELIEF WORK [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933

LEGION AND AUXILIARY HANDLE BIG TASK IN THE RELIEF WORK In meeting the gigantic task of rushing aid to the injured and relief to the stricken residents of Long Beach, the “Disaster Relief” emergency call of the American Lc--gion and auxiliary worked without >a hitch. I With almost wartime precision, i world war veterans mobilized, estab- j |llshing Patriotic Hall as a clearing Ihouse for receiving word of specific' 'needs of Long Beach and Compton Wktims and supplying these needs |in the shortest possible tiirip. 1 Legionnaires, and auxiliary memRi iiai in <■ fading, many from' Unity /post a ad unit in Basle Rack, burfried to Patriotic hall Friday night land Saturday. Contributions of ago in the Middle West, food, bedding, clothing and beds and cots poured in, and the Legion transported these supplies to the quake victims. Also Legionnaires were detailed for duty in three and four hour shifts to help at Long Beach and Compton in restoring order and on patrol. D...

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'pioneer stories – FULL OF THRILLS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933

'pioneer stories - FULL OF THRILLS (Eagle Rock Library Review) Pioneer stories always are interesting to the person who loves excitement and adventure in his readying, and the books of that type tmentioned today have already been {popular with the patrons of the branch. The “Land of the Saddlebags”, by James Walt Raine, gives a glimpse Into the lives of the people living in the Appalachian region, introducing their quaint customs and methods of living. For Generations jthey have been marooned on their | Island of mountains, with such poor V roads that they had little communication with the world beyond. The . story tells about the moonlight the many feuds among i’the mountaineers and their methods ■tot adjusting them and the making ; of their moonshine, and is altogether a good description of one of rthe colorful sections of our country. |k“Early Candlelight” by Maud Hart llovelace is a story of the founding |nf St. Paul and its development fTrom the little Settlement called |(Pigs ...

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REPORT ON EARTH QUAKE RELIEF WORK ARE GIVEN [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933

REPORT ON EARTH QUAKE RELIEF WORK ARE GIVEN At a meeting of Unity unit, American Legion auxiliary, Wednesday, reports of relief work in the qarth quake area were heard, from the emergency, community service, and child welfare chairman. [ Though the community service, two truck loads of food, clothing, 1 and other items were gathered Sunday and Monday and transpor- [ ted to Patriotic hall, the merchants who co-operated by placing donation boxes in their stores were lauded.' Officers of Unity ajso assisted at Patriotic hall with the preparation of food cpd other relief' work.

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LEAVE THIS WEEK I FOR LONDON TRIP [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933

LEAVE THIS WEEK I FOR LONDON TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Court Van de Carr, of Eagle Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bering are to leave this week for the Atlantic coast on the first leg of a business trip to London, England and .possibly other European capitals, : |Th«y away abd'ut ffirei*monthl. The trip is to be taken in connection with placing the distribution rights in Eastern U. S. and in England for the "talking wire”, a newly developed method of electrical. recording of voice or other sound, in which the two men are interested. The talking wire was invented and developed in Los Angeles, and both Mr. Van de Carr and Mr. Bering have been associated with that work. The apparatus has proved particularly successful, with many advantages over the old method of recording on discs or cylinders. In it the voice or other sound is recorded, by magnetism, on a thin steel wire, 25,000 feet of which can be carried on a small spool. The record is a permanent one, which can be run off as many times as des...

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FULL PROGRAM AT P.T.A. MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933

FULL PROGRAM AT P.T.A. MEETING About 75 attended the March meeting of the Dahlia Hts. P.T.A. Mrs. Benham made an appeal for donations, since the funds are low. Mrs Bradshaw urged non-members to join, dues being only 35c a year. Prof. Prosper, of Glendale, gave two cornet solos. Ida May Gearhart, art supervisor of Los Angeles schools, kept her listeners entertained with her wit and humor, as well as impressing them with the need, “especially in I these times,” of art in the schools, I in the homes, and in every walk of I life. Art, said Miss Gearhart, i should b,e used in setting the table, j choosing the clothes, building j homes, selecting furniture, making gardens and in every occupation. ' Miss Gearhart displayed a number of pictures from each room of the school, illustrating the progress and development of art from kindergarten age to the 6th grade. Miss Shepard, principal of Rocki dale school, talked on the proposed reduction in the school budget and I “the inadvisability of ec...

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MRS. L. S. HIGLEY WILL BE HOSTESS FOr'd.A.R. MEET [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933

MRS. L. S. HIGLEY WILL BE HOSTESS FOr'd.A.R. MEET The next meeting of San Rafael Hills chapter D.A.R., is to be held j at the home of Mrs. L. S. Higley, of 5258 Mt. Royal drive, next Monday afternoon. The program will be furnished by the General Richard Gridley chapter of Glendale. When the local chapter met last ; Monday, at of Mrs. Alfred ‘Tilley, one/'comfort- was completed and with Vwp other* the chapter had . made, was sent ti the -eartbquake area. / -

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LITTLE THEATRE .'-'fl PLANS AUDITIONS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933

LITTLE THEATRE .'-'fl PLANS AUDITIONS At a'meeting of the board of directors of the Little Theatre of the Highlands, held at the studio of Rennay Shryock, it was decided auditions for membership will be held Wednesday evening, March 22, from 7 to 10 o’clock at the Luther Burbapjt*: Junior high School auditorium. *TW original date of this event was one week earlier but was postponed on account of the schools closing. All singers and actors intested In taking part in future productions of this group are urged to take auditions at that time.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933

The plays selected by Mrs. Sbry* ock, who directed the plays : fat the Little Theatre of the Highlands, for the next production are a French comedy in two acts. Casting for these productions is now in progress and those successful in the forcomlng audition are to be among those selected. Later an operetta is planned by this group, work on which will start soon. The Little Theatre of the Highlands is a community group. It is not entirely adults but welcomes in its various groups those over six years of age. The first production was acclaim-, j ed a great success.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933

HAPPY DAYS AGAIN! HERE ARE V “BLUE MOON” PURE SILK HOSE—For LadiesNew Spring Shades, Service or Chiffon—A Very Special Value at 59c Or —| . .... NEW HOUSE PAJAMAS—For * ¥ ~ z With Fancy Printed Pongee A n | v (PI AC Jacket—ONLY .. BUTTERFIELD “PUEBLO” PRINTS—In New Patterns—Plain Colors to Match Yard 15c SHEETS—Heavy Quality—No Starch Size 81x99 @ 79c Size 72x99 @ 69c CASES 42x36 @ ...'. 19c Compare the Quality and you will see how Low these are Priced. SPSS EACLE ROCK BIVD PHONE ALBANY Q3iB A NEW SERVICE FOR THE CAR OWNER WHO DOES HIS OWN WORK Brake Drum and Shoe Exchange For Fords Bring in your Brake Shoes and Bands and we will exchange them for lined ones at REASONABLE PRICES. Mrs. Wallace Todd, 4616 AlUmni Ave. JERRYS 99 -r - Eagle Rock Service Station 4755 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. . £ 'fi . % '& A. (-'-I '£ • : *- . * v. j ix- .* • *,h Ai„H ; a uUI. Jiiu m

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933

Market* 2202-4-6-8 COLORADO BLVD. M PHONE; CLEVELAND 69516 BUY AMERICAN—BUY IN EAGLE ROCK BUY CALIFORNIA PRODUCTS Specials Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Mar. 16-17-18 INDEPENDENTLY OWNED —NO LIMIT ON QUANTITY MINCED Ham, Sliced lb.) Wieners, and Coneys lb.) FANCY MONTEREY JACK CHEESE Pound 12% c Legs Pork, whole or part, East. Grain Fed, in.; /x Center Cut Chuck Beef Roast lb ) I I 1^ pork chops ibj 11 If* Pork Sausage, our own make, no cereal lb.) RUMP ROAST STEAKS—Swiss, Ground Round CHOICE LAMB CHOPS SWIFT’S JEWEL SHORTENING lb.) lb.) lb.) .2 lbs.) 13c FRESH GROUND Hamburger .... lb.) “REAL GOOD” Tamales Each) 5c I 1 lb. Pkg. Luer’s Pure Lard—FREE with Purchase 1 Qt. Chenney Mayonnaise at Reg. ....25c HORMEL SLICED BACON lb ) -d ROLLED RIB ROAST lb ) 1 CT PLATE BOILING BEEF 3 lbs ) I ROUND STEAKS ZII. .. lb!) VEAL CUTLETS LEGS Fancy No. 1 LAMB T-BONE STEAKS, Baby Beef lb.) lb.) lb.) 17k Large lamb Patties ..2 for) LUER’S PURE LARD lb.) 5c I T Kraft's Klkhorn Full Cream Oregon Chees...

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Editorial [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933

Editorial HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN One does not need be even an anfeteur prophet, weather or otherwise, to be able to read the signs and say: "Happy days are here agair" There is everything to indicate it. It is in the air. First evidence of it came this week with the complete reopening of the banks. A first taste of it came last week-end when the banks were opened for partial business, nainely the cashing of individual anjl pay checks to limited amounts. Biit the full re-opening of the bafiks was followed by an immediate revival of business in virtually all, lines of retail trade. Rock merchants of all clajsses felt the upward trend, which miiht have been considered only a, mipor spurt, of a day or two duration, except for the evidence that suA was not the case. iKien on top of the end of the' bajit holiday, and its attendant. changes and. revival of spirit, corq.es Ural start of rebuilding operations .badly damaged! by rfiyarthquake 'of loot Friday eJenInM That mean*, millions of...

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Uncle Sid Says— [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933

Uncle Sid Says— When the earthquake came cats ran for cover, but human beings ran outside into the danger zone. By far the greater percentage of deaths and injuries were suffered by those who ran out into the showers of falling bricks and glass. And still same folks say dumb animals do not think.

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—LINT— [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933

—LINT— By J G. R. If we thought this would just be wasted effort we wouldn’t oblige you lucky people by writing this column this week, but we’ll join with the optimists and believe that the next severe quake won’t come for 50 years. By that time, we hope to have perfected a dwelling that is quake proof, or else moved to a place where the "shocks don’t come. Meantime, business as usual. 'Now that the banks are open— A student of astronomy here in Eagle Rock six weeks ago predicted the earthquake at Compton and Long Beach. He prophesied that the quake would take in just the area it did. and that it would happen before the 20th of March. So it is said. We’re hoping tp find that man, we want to sew a button on him. Someone remarks that predicting an earthquake won’t keep it from happening. But on the other hand, a little waming wouldn't do any harm. " Earthquakes are just like any other catastrophes. Many are seen on the horizon, but it is impossible to prevent them. Share, an’ tomorra ...

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ROAD TO CAMP SEELEY RE-OPENED; SNOW LASTING [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933

ROAD TO CAMP SEELEY RE-OPENED; SNOW LASTING The highway to Camp Seeley, Los Angeles municipal playground in the San Bernardino mountains, is open to travel after being blocked for more than three weeks by snow and ice. County road crews equipped with heavy snowplows finally broke through to the camp last week, opening to motorists the final one and one-half mile stretch of highway between Crestline and Seeley. There is still plenty of snow on the ground at the camp, and winter sports are expected to flourish for the remainder of the month, according to recreation department officials.

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