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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
Safer*. Stationery &amp; Gift Shop Eagle Bock, California 2167 Colorado Bird. 5rA Thursday, March 16, 1933 No. 6 DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN re can be no moratorium of ihips. Keep your friendships by many Uttle contacts. n too busy to write -send a Now as never before keep those friendships in repair. They p er ~ Deck araSl PLAYING CARDS A new shipment of playing cards in snappy new designs MB' good Poxes, doubles anc rxr singles. ol s- one of your greatest assets send a card. 8 S |le Bock’s Kodak Service Station. If S Typewriters rented 3 mos. $5.00 -S--r Never before was any country so well equipped to go forward a.s America is today. What you and we make of tne ruture rests with you and us as individuals. LET’S GO FORWARD A Modern Circulating Library, Newest Books 3c a day
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
EAGLE ROCKHEALTH CENTER By Dr. D. J. Ou&gt;on CHIROPRACTOR 2270 Colorado Blvd. CL 62526 CATARRAH QUESTION —My Boy has had a. catarrhal condition of the nose for some time. He also has Hem in the back of his throat which bothers him at night, and his tonsils are enlarged. He has used nasal sprays and gargles but has obtained very little relief and seems to be gettingworse all the time. I have noticed your free health answers and will appreciate any advice you can give me regarding his case. ANSWER—The conditions which you describe are all directly connected and have, very probably, all been brought about by faulty elimination and improper diet. An enlarged turbinate or deflected septum might also be revealed upon examination. Chiropractic treatments, with diathermy through the nasal passages and correction of the diet and elimination will readily remove the trouble. I would advise you to have it taken care of soon as possible or the inflamation might spread to the sinuses, wh...
Member Drive By C. of C. to April Project [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
Member Drive By C. of C. to April Project Plans for a membership campaign for the Eagle Rock Chihiber of Commerce were tentatively made at a meeting of the board of directors of the organization at luncheon Tuesday at the Roosevelt grill. It Is planned to start the campaign the latter part of April. Members of the board believe that the spring season will be an auspicious time to undertake the campaign. By the time it is launched it is expected that the business recovery, which all now believe to be assured, will be well under way by that time. Also the season will be far enough advanced that various projects will be in progress, and the Heed for a strong membership for Ibe Chamber of Commerce, and the organization's important position in the community will be generally recognized. A committee, composed of C. E. Sager, A. A. Hermann and C. Denzil McClure; to be enlarged later, will function as a part of the membership and finance program of the organization. This committee is to lay...
MEN AT WORK AT L. A, PLAYGROUNDS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
MEN AT WORK AT L. A, PLAYGROUNDS With a force of 200 men employed, grading, landscaping, and other improvements are under way at 15 municipal playgrounds and three city beaches. aeo were. assigned to the ■fbwehpdS" commfieiwf TSy the county stabilization bureau, which is providing Jobs under terms of the' Reconstruction Finance corporation’s national employment plan. Among recreation centers where improvements are being Installed are Yosemite, Arroyo Seco and Verdugo.
$712,277 IS ADDED TO EXPENDITURES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
$712,277 IS ADDED TO EXPENDITURES For the purpose of continuing its construction program, launched earlier In the year, for betterments and extensions of the city's electric and water systems, the board of water and power commissioners has authorized additional expenditure of $712,277. These capital expenditures will be initiated during March. Of the amount appropriated, $524,870 will be expended on the electric system and $187,507 on the water system.
STUDENT BICYCLE RIDERS WARNED TO BEWARE AUTOS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
STUDENT BICYCLE RIDERS WARNED TO BEWARE AUTOS An increase of bicycles among school children, who have resorted to this means of transportation for economic- reasons,, is noted by Supt. Frank A. Bouelle 'in a recent bulletin, which suggests precautions necessary to safe bicycling. “Keep to the right at all times,” the bulletin reads, “Obey ' signals and boulevard stops, and refrain from clinging to automobiles.” Students are asked to avoid boulevards carrying heavy traffic and to use side streets where i possible.
CONTINUE CURTAILMENT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
CONTINUE CURTAILMENT Although the budget year for the Los Angeles city schools is already half gone, minor items of expense are being eliminated from time to time in order that further savings may be achieved. Within the last three weeks the school census bureau has been discontinued by the board of education and a savings ,of more than $7OOO a year has re-
N* FIGUEROA LEVY . PROTEST MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
N* FIGUEROA LEVY . PROTEST MEETING A mass meeting of property owners interested in the N. Figueroa assessment protest has been called by the 14 District Councilmanic Non-Partisan league for Friday, March 24, at 8 p.m. in auditorium of Franklin high school. Protest petitions have been printed, and are being circulated by hundreds of workers. Those desiring to. assist are requested to phone John R. Gaudin. Petitions are furnished free. A big automobile parade is being arranged, starting at Glassell Park playgrounds on Verdugo road at 8 a.m. Tuesday March 28, picking up those assembled at Eagle Rock city hall, then going east on Colorado and down N. Figueroa, where the Highland Park group will assemble at the Highland Park Theater and then all storm the city hall at the 10 a.m. hearing. At the league’s last meeting the following officers ■ were elected: President, Maloney; Vice President, Patrick j. McCarthy; Secretary-Treasurer, John R. Gaudin; Sergeant-at-Arms, Francia E. Mon tee; Ad...
YOU CAN BELIEVE IT OR NOT, BUT— [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
YOU CAN BELIEVE IT OR NOT, BUT— Heard at a bridge party: “A heart.—My dear, you know this friend of mine was just going to set the bowl of spaghetti on the table, when—” “Did you hear about Mrs. Green’s mother?— Yes, she positively was, and by the time' she could get out— O, my dear, really it was too awful —What did I bid? I told you, a spade.” “My aunt was down there, you know. Yes, right in the midst of it, and to hear her tell of it would make you have the creeps.” “O, yes I heard about that. I wonder what they will call it. But my dear, can you bear it. A man was busy Saturday putting his j chimney up again. I told my hus- j band that was the heighth of op-1 timism. I think I would have waited a few days, anyway.” “When we found them, they were all sleeping in their car, and simply frightened to death, yes they really were. How did we get through? I O, my husband has a friend—yes, and so of course, he fixed it up for I us. What did I bid. Why, certainly, I bid two clubs. No, no...
KIWANIS HONORS ST. PATRICK’S DAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
KIWANIS HONORS ST. PATRICK’S DAY St. Patrick's Day will be remembered today by the Eagle Rock Klwanis club, with a program in honor of the occasion, which falls tomor- - row, though the Kiwanis observe if today, the regular time for their weekly luncheon. Children from St. Dominic’s school, here will present a group of j Irish dance and song numbers. The performers are to be in Irish cosi tume. The speaker of the day will be an officer of the Knights of Columbus.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
A &amp; P FOOD STORES HEINZ "57” SALE Here’s the sale you’ve been waiting for... A Heinz Sale! Stock up now on your favorite Heinz Foods at Low Prices. 1 v f THE WORLD’S LARGEST SELLING BRAND OF t MILD AND MELLOW... COFFEE 17 lb. 3-lb. bag 49c SNOWFLAKES or HONEYMAID CRACKERS 13c 1pkg. 2- pkgt. 25c SPECIAL WEEK-END MEAT SALE POT ROAST FIRST CUT CHUCK CENTER CUT lb. |2%C LAMB LEG 1933 CALIFORNIA MILK LAMB it |Oc ib 23c LAMB ROAST C IA L LAMB iblOc « FREE! 7-oz. g’ass Kern’s Mint Jelly with each Lamb Roulette. VEAL ROAST BONELESS ROULETTE lb. 17c SUNNYFIELD BACON y' l 1 1 ■■ 2 £* 23c pkgs. mm NEW POTATOES -5c ARTICHOKES each 5c CAULIFLOWER head 5c t YELLOW ONIONS 3 it*. 5c r± ,1 PRICES EFFECTIVE MARCH 16, 17, 18, 1933
•5COjJ| I XyOF A&ERICA 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
•5COjJ| I XyOF A&amp;ERICA 1 TROOP NO. 3 Last Friday night troop 3 had a sucessful meeting. After the opening ceremoney, patrol meetings were held. Due to a 100 per cent attendance at this meeting, the Buffalo patrol won the inter-patrol contest for this month. Fred Lindsley is leader and Clark McLain assistant of this patrol. The date the troop derflres for summer camp was discussed and because all the earlier dates were taken, we decided to go, if possible, July 3. Mr. Pease, scoutmaster, reminded us of the court of honor tomorrow night, and took a poll of the troop to see what advancement would be received. Bob Lyle led in a yell practice in preparation for the court of honor. Last Saturday night a selected team from the troop and a regular team from troop 60, of Highland Park, played a fast and close game of basketball, in the gym at S3rd and Figueroa streets, troop 60 meeting place. Eagle Rock scoring honors were taken by Deline, closely followed by Tavener. Troop 60 ha...
3 ECONOMY BILLS LEAVE COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
3 ECONOMY BILLS LEAVE COMMITTEE Three of the eleven economy bills sponsored before the Legislature by the California State Chamber of Commerce have passed out of committee, and have been referred to the Assembly for vote. Two of I these me'ksures, unanimously approved in committee, deal with the ; inurrence and retirement of bonded indebtedness by the state and its 1 political subdivisions. The third measure, limiting use of school bond funds to capital expenditures, was passed in committee after minor amendments had been made. The measures dealing with incurrence and retirement of bonded indebtedness provide for amending the state Constitution, and call for a referendum vote by the people, If passed by the legislature. The object of these two amendments is to standardize and restrict by uniform regulation issuance of bonds by all governmental units within the state. The act reduces the term of bonds from 75 to 40 years, with the exception of bonds issued for certain state-wide pro-...
NAME IS DECIDED BY RANGER TRIBE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
NAME IS DECIDED BY RANGER TRIBE The Woodcraft Ranger tribe at! Eagle Rock grammer School has named their council the “Tesuque Tribe”. This name was taken from a tribe of Pueblo Indians living near Santa Pe, New Mexico. Chiefs. hase_been fleeted In the tribe as follows;— Charles Obedine, first chief, and Benny Bonelll second chief. Last Saturday 46 members of Tesuque Tribe, along with live fathers andtheir guide, enjoyed their first hike to the Dawn mine, located near the Woodcraft Ranger cabin in Millard's Canyon. . The 1 boys are now planning for their first i overnight trip when they will learn . to cook as the Indians did. A new Woodcraft tribe will be I started at tth'e Dahlia Heights 1 school during the coming week, a; I boys program of this type is much! in demand in Eagle Rock, it is said.
CAST ANNOUNCED FOR P.T.A. SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
CAST ANNOUNCED FOR P.T.A. SHOW Ross Henderson and Herbert, Cook will play the leads in the comedy, ‘‘The Boy Comes Home,” in a benefit performance to be given at the Eagle Rock high school March 31st, sponsored by Dahlia Heights P.T.A. Constance Casoli; Dorys Clark and Rcfee Kordenbrock will also take part in the play. It is being directed by Lucille Bailey, well known Eagle Rock music and 'elocution teacher. Three well known artists, Marcia Francis, Edna Mae West and Virgil Drengberg whose appearance always means the best of chamber music will be on the program. They will appear in costume. Five other [ entertaining features will complete ' the program.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
EAGLE ROCK HAND LAUNDRY Is still doing unexcelled laundry work. Any kind of service you wish, from wet wash to fancy hand work at prices as low or lower than any other first class laundry. We do not resort to “catch” rates peddled around on hand bills. Neither do we “HAND FINISH” shirts. We Hand Iron Them Throughout WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER. EAGLE ROCK HAND LAUNDRY GEORGE W. BECK, Proprietor |724 COLORADO BLVD. , . ALbany 5061
Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
HALBERTS MEATS 1924 COLORADO BLVD. We assure you of the Best Baby Beef obtainable when you purchase your meat wants iif this market, or you money back. BACON PER POUND EASTERN—SLICED—RIND OFF Fancy Baby Steer Beef Pot Roast.. .lb. 12Vic Eastern Corn Fed Legs of Pork lb. I2V2C SWIFT S JEWEL SHORTENING 2 lk 15' '/2-lb. Pkg. Swift’s Prem. Bacon ROTH FOR" LB. Pkg. Swift’s Shortening Will I Uii 10L Lean Stew Beef, cut from center chuck lb. 15c CUT FROM BABY STEER BEEF - -Jk-*, S E pi E Fj —WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF SEA FOODS—MRS. HALBERT’S DELICATESSEN Be Convinced That These Salads Are the Finest And Tastiest That Can Be Had MACARONI SLICED BEETS CARROT CHILLE BEANS COLD SLAW POTATO. .. yt&amp;i mdik c I