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DENIES COLOR OF HAIR SHOWS GIRL’S CHARACTER [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
DENIES COLOR OF HAIR SHOWS GIRL’S CHARACTER Are blonds dynamic, domineering, positive, and hopeful? Are brunettes possessed of thought fulness, caution, and initiative? Are the colors of the hair and eyes a reliable indication of trends in character, That these theories are unfounded and are accepted only by fake psychologists is brought out by Dr. Walter C. Varnum, Los Angeles punlor college psychology instructor, in his new laboratory manual, “Demonstrations and Experiments in Psychology” prepared by him for use in practical cases. “The blond,” according to Dr. Varnum,” Is just as apt to possess the traits attributed to the brunette; while the darkeyed young lady can be as domineering and positive as any blond.” Character readings from bumps on the head, palm readings, and indicatfons of personality by facial' expression are also denounced by. Dr. Varnum as racket theories put’ .out by quacks. i
Page 14 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS DIRECTORYFire Dept FI. 3131 Building Dept. .. AD. 9790 Police Dept MI. 6111 Water Dept * MI. 4211 Ambulance RI. 5111 Chamber of Commerce AL.1410 Sheriff ” MU. 9111 -Eagle Rock Advertiser....- AL. 2068 Physicians &amp; Surgeons Office Hours—2 - 4; 7 - 8 P.M. Office and Res. phone AL. 1812 W. M. Christensen, M.D. Physician ant Surgeon 1948 Colorado Blvd. EAGLE ROCK, CALIF. OCULIST N. H. Goodenow, M.D. * EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT and OPTICAL CLINIC Residence &amp; Office 5052'.i EAGLE ROCK BLVD. Tel. Res.—CLeveland 62667 OPTOMETRISTS Carl S. Ross, Opt. D. Optometrist Evenings by Appointment Office AL. 4115 Res. AL. 9860 5062 Eagle Rock Blvd., at Colo, CHIROPRACTORS HEALTH CENTER DR. D. J. OLSON DR. E. H. KNEELING Chiropractors CL. 62526 2270 Colorado Blvd. TUJUNGA ASTHMA CLINIC Asthma Snccessfnlly Treated 7047 Foothill Blvd. Phone Snnland 208 TUJUNGA PLUMBER WARRINER, The Plumber COURTEOUS &amp; DEPENDABLE community now. Co. PHONE ALbany 3...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
DENTISTS HAL. J. POWER 'DENTISTRY X-RAY GAS 1609 COLORADO BLVD. ALbany 8618 MUSIC Virgil Drengberg Teacher of Vlolm Will Call at Home ALbany 5902 1370 LOS FLORES DRIVE Miss Ethel M. Congdon Teacher of Voice and Piano 5160 Hartwick St. Phone: ALbany 5922 MARCIA FRANCIS TEACHER OF CELLO Studio-5470' Dahlia Drive . i-ai.hOM TWi ay RADIOS QUALITY RADIO CO. Expert Service on All Makes All Work Guaranteed Service Calls—soc ALBANY 3740 4508 Mount Eagle Place SPORTS EQUIPMENT Pat’s Tennis Shop SPORT EQUIPMENT Specialiing in RACKET STRINGING RACKETS SHELLACED FREE 4865 TOWNSEND AVE. PET HOSPITALS EAGLE DALE DOG &amp; CAT HOSPITAL Where YOUR Pets Are Treated Right Expert Medical and Surgical Attention. Dogs Clipped, Bathed, Boarded Medicated Baths Motor Ambulance Service DR. H. J. TRAPP ALbany 4528 2734 Colorado Eagle Rock At Junction of Broadway I T A DOG AND CAT HOSPITAL CA. 5522 436 San Fernando Road DR. D. S. MURDOCK Try our mineral balanced Dog &amp; Cat foods. Prevent po...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
Physicians Surgeons „ and Osteopaths A. K. TUCKER, DO, PHYSICIAN, surgeon OFFICE HOURS: 10 to 12 M 1 to 5 P. M. Tuesday and Thursday Evenings 1609 Colorado - KL. 8618 Carle H. Phinney, D.O. Walter W. Hopps, D.O. PHYSICIANS &amp; SURGEONS Associated 5131 MAYWOOD AVENUE. \ Eagle Rock, California Office Phone: ALbany 3412 HOSPITAL EXCHANGE OLympia 2958 a ts For Job Printing Get Estimates at the ADVERTISER Best of Work I at a 38 Fair
! i BAPTIST BASKET QUINTET * CLOSES SEASON WITH WIN < I <i [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
! i BAPTIST BASKET QUINTET * CLOSES SEASON WITH WIN &lt; I &lt;i Successfully closing their first basketball season, the Eagle Rock Baptist Basketeers came through last Thursday with a 30 to 27 victory over the Highland Park Phantoms, j The Eagle Rock boys showed fine team work and despite the close | score, held a lead throughout the! whole gaftre. The team has been sponsored by the men's Bible class and has given an opportunity for the younger members for sport. Despite this being the first time a team has been! organized, four league games were 1 Iwon, _ j
the FAJPtMCPiS comeh [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
the FAJPtMCPiS comeh Sec. Agricultural Legislative " Committee of California Farm real estate taxes In California, computed on an average per acre basis, have skyrocketed 194 per cent during the last 17 years—the largest increase in the agricultural tax load in any section of the United States. That amazing revelation of the gravity of California agriculture's tax problem, which comes from the United States bureau of agricultural economics in an analysis of the national farm taxation crisis, deserves the earnest consideration of California legislators as they wrestle with the tax question. The average tax per acre in Cal- ! ifornia, including vast acreages of | low valuation, such as grazing ] lands, has been boosted from 39 i cents, in 1913, to $1.13 in 1930, acI cording to the federal survey. But the report of the California ! Tax Research bureau, just recently 1 completed, presents an even more | accurate and challenging picture. I Studyii % orchard and dairy farms and excluding ...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
TO BUY, SELL, RENT OR EXCHANGE USE % Thomas Upton, who made a fortune In tea, had a verse for a business motto: His autobiography, just published. reveals that his belief was: “The man who on his trade relies mast either bast or advertise.*’ 8 Real Estate Non-Resident Owner , ; SAYS SELL • His 5-room English Stucco. Just • refinished. Near high school. ! $2750 Ist mortgage. Look at this ; and make— OFFER FOR EQUITY GEO. C. JUETT 2005 COLORADO BLVD. L CL. 69254—AL. 5770 • FOR SALE —6 room modern Eng- &gt; lish bungalow. North of Colo. ’ $2OO cash. Balance $3900. $3O mo. including int. Call MI. 0684. Key at 5218 Sumner Ave. Itl6c EXCHANGES . Large business lot on Eagle Rock 1 Blvd. Also small business lot. Will trade one or both on South &lt; or Southwest or West side income 1 * property. We have client with 4 rm. clear house, also clear lot and other property. Would exchange for home in Baltimore, Md. or vicinity. 40 acres near Mobile, Ala., and also ! clear lot in Au...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
10 Wanted WANTED TO BUY—Bicycle. Racing type preferred. Call AL. 1058. 2tl6c 11 For Sale | New Used FURNITURE Look the other fellows specials over and then come to HARDING’S and Save Money. Ice Boxes (25 to select from) $3.50 to $25.00 Patio Set, Bench &amp; 2 Rockers $3.00 Day Beds with Pads —$10.00, $12.50, and $15.00 ! Dining Suite, Table, 4 Chairs and Small Buffet $17.50 5 pc Dining Suite $15.00 Breakfast Sets ....$6.00, $6.50 &amp; $12.00 Duofold Bed with Pad $5.00 New Coffee Tables (4 section Tile Top $1.89 Wind Wings (Pair) $l.OO Wilcox-Glbbs Electric Sewing Machine $22.50 9x12 Rugs $7.00 and $12.50 8.3x10.6 Rugs .. $6.50, $lO.OO &amp; $15.00 7.6x9 Rug $3,50 Chest of Drawers $2.50 up Large Wardrobe Trunk $lO.OO Mahogany House Desk 9 pc. Fumed Oak Dining Set, Large 8 ft. Extension Table and 8 chairs $17.50 TRUCKING We Buy Sell Exchange WM. F. HARDING I 1517 Colorado Blvd. ALbany 4319j FOR SALE—R. L Red Setting Eggs. 75c per setting of 15. 4920 Wiota St....
WELFARE WILL BE j TOPIC FOR P.T.A. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
WELFARE WILL BE j TOPIC FOR P.T.A. ! ‘•Welfare” will be the topic of the high school P.T.A. meeting to take place at 2:30 o'clock Monday after- 1 noon in rporn 214 of the school. Mrs. Evan Lewis, from the 10th District health center, will toll of the work of that, department. In addition the welfare report of the school will be given, and Miss Helen Babson, principal of the high school, will tell of the girls' conference. Parents especially are invited to attend this meeting and hear of the work along welfare lines. •/ The board will meet at 1 o’clock and all members are urged to be present. The next bridge party of the high school P.T-A. will take place Tuesday afternoon at 1 o’clock at the home of Mrs. Hal Baly, 5215 Maywood Ave. All members and friends are invited.
YOSEMITE GROUND GIVEN CLEAN-UP [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
YOSEMITE GROUND GIVEN CLEAN-UP Several Eagle Rock residents have been put to work at Yosemite playground, giving the grounds their spring cleaning. The recreation i center is receiving a general going over. This is part of work instituted ,by the city playground comj mission. i shrubs have been trimmed, stray I weeds cleaned out of corners and i lawns are being raked in preparation for the summer. The Yosemite playgrounds is considered one, of the most attractive in the city, with its setting at the bass of the hills, and Eagle Rock residents are gratified over the manner in which it has been kept up.
Protests Upon ▼ Figueroa Levy Are Pouring In; [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
Protests Upon ▼ Figueroa Levy Are Pouring In; Every mail is bringing to the • Eagle Rock Chamber of Commerce largo numbers of signed up protests i petitions against the proposed levy I i on Eagle Rock property for the - opening and widening of N. Figueroa ■ st., according to report of Charles 1 A. Butler, secretary. Already some 1 ; 1200 of these, returned signed by ; property owners outside the com- [ - munity to whom they were mailed - by the committee in charge of the fight on the assesment. A considerable number of blank petitions remain to be mailed out, it is stated, but these are to go out today. Dr. M. M. Null, chairman of the committee, states that the signing by Eagle Rock resident property . * owners has been almost 100 per cent, so far as the owners have had opportunity to sign the petitions. Canjvassers have found only a few who did not sign. Several of these were city employees, it was reported. A number of petitions, each bear- | ing a large number of names, have been...
HOME PLAYGROUND INTERESTI'LIVELY j [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
HOME PLAYGROUND INTEREST I 'LIVELY j Backyard playgrounds—some that' can be made without cost and are 1 therefore destined to be most pop- j ular—and others that cost varying amounts, according to the type, are the rage in Los Angeles now. Many such are being developed in Eagle Rock. Since the city playground department instituted the campaign to interest residents in constructing playgrounds in their back yards, in- j quiries have poured in to the de- ■ partment in great numbers. It is announced that plans and enrollment cards are available at the Yosemite playgrounds for those who wish to enter the competition. Competitors will be classified according to the type of playground. It is the hope of the Yosemite directors to have Eagle Rock excel in the matter of back-yard playgrounds. as this community does in many of the recreational departments.
OVER 100 TO BE SEEN m ORATORIO [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
OVER 100 TO BE SEEN m ORATORIO More than TOO voices joined in a rehearsal Tuesday night of Stainer’s “Crucifixion,” the oratorio to be presented at Eagle Rock high school auditorium on March 28 by the Eagle Rock community chorus. Indications are, judging by the way the rehearsals are shaping up, that this presentation #ill be a hdtable one for Eagle Rock music lovers. There will be but one more rehearsal before the presentation, and all are practicing seriously. The Eagle Rock chorus will be assisted by several other groups, as well as by soloists. Frank Pursell, director of the chorus, steps aside for the evening, giving his baton over to Herbert G. Tovey, musical director at the Glendale Presbyterian church. R. A. Chase, director of men’s and boys’ activities at the playground, emphasizes the fact that this production will be free to the public and will be truly a commun'ity affair.
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
TRY AN EAGLE ROCK ADVERTISER WANT AD Sun Goshi BEN OKCBO, Manager Free Delivery 1576 Colorado CL. 69114 Specials—Thurs., Fri., and Sat., Mar. 16 —17 —18 Juanita Taylor, 1310 Colorado Blvd. U. S. NO. 1 SELECTED IDAHO RUSSET POTATOES •21 ,bs 25 c JUICY SNAPPY IDAHO JONATHAN —A—a 6i d soci^ ti - b^e^ n th P'fr.T,A, «ood_aUenda, ACt'ctS S K 2a l JL FRESH TENDER ASPARAGUS Pound Fancy Long Green LARGE SOLID RED RIPE TOMATOES Pound JQc For Slicing SWEET SPANISHONIONS 6 lbs -5&lt;
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 March 1933
IGCLY WICC and Lyi *%- orsTPlßUriON'jy/iTMOur r t Grocery prices except butter, effective from Fri. Mar. 17, through and including Tues. Mar. 21, in all stores within 35 miles of Los Angeles. *D ‘E 1 Ik CL DEL MONTE \ ET jOLb jTm, ‘m no. 2 tin Early Garden, a blend of medium sizes. One of the famous Del Monte brands. BUTTER B&amp;S3E 18c La France at Safeway; Sunset Gold at Piggly Wiggly. Sold with 50c purchase. ZC 1 Tp ZOILET *1 ROLLS *f El Ea TISSUE- V FOR ii W V ' Zee tissue, fluffed for softness. Rolls of 750 sheets, with tucked-in wrapper. *T A T TOILET ROLL OF £L r MJk Ajj \J TISSUE 1000 SHEETS V#'* TISSUE 1000 SHEETS The new Zalo, a perfected tissue, softer and more absorbent. Rolls, 1000 sheets. MARGARINE OL E O HOLIDAY—LB. A feature low price on Holiday. Nut Margarine. Limit 2-lbs. to a customer. Red Head brand vine-ripened tomatoes in their own puree. Standard pack. OA np C£ RALSTON ao-oz. J, 0. CHECK* Ralston Checkr Redi-cooked oats. For quick breakfast, raerely s...