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PROTEST PETITIONS ARE TO BE BACKED BY PROPERTY OWNERS Great Auto Parade to City Hall Tuesday Morning to Support Presentation of Demands Against N. Figueroa Assessment [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

PROTEST PETITIONS ARE TO BE BACKED BY PROPERTY OWNERS Great Auto Parade to City Hall Tuesday Morning to Support Presentation of Demands Against N. Figueroa Assessment Protest, verbal and by petition, against the levy in the Northeast Las Angeles district for opening and widening N. Figueroa, is to be pre- { sented to the city council Tuesday morning. It is now planned that that protest shall be made and backed up by a great gathering of the Interested property owners, | Every property owner who can be [ induced to go, or who can leave | work of business, is urged by the; committees in charge to join a pa-; rade, which will start at Glassell j Park Tuesday morning, move on to Eagle Rock to be joined by the lo- ( cal contingent, and go thence to Highland Park to be joined there j by protestants of that district, and go thence to the city hall to at-1 tend the session of the city coun- cil. Some estimate that there will be several hundred cars in the parade, and that at least 1000 pers...

Publication Title: Eagle Rock Advertiser
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Hope to Begin Work onTftate t fi-: In Two Weeks [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

Hope to Begin Work onTftate t fi-: In Two Weeks It Is hoped to have work under way on the storm drain on Eagle Rock Blvd., between Yosemite drive and Colorado Blvd., with laterals east and west on the latter, within two to three weeks, according to official information yesterday. Specifications for the materials, which are .to cost somewhat over $40,000, must be approved and then bids will be called at once. A matter of a couple of weeks will be required for this. As soon as these matters are under way, other features of getting the project under way can be started. Every effort is to be made to get the project under way as quickly as possible. Allocations for the project have been made by the city council and board of supervisors. Labor is to be handled through the county stabilization bureau, and to come from registered unemployed. Funds for the work are to be from money allocated by the Reconstruction Finance corporation.

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BIG MUSIC EVENT OCCURS TUESDAY, [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

BIG MUSIC EVENT OCCURS TUESDAY, " With word from the board of education Wednesday afternoon that the high school auditorium is entirely safe and would be available for the presentation of “The Crucifixion” pageant Tuesday evening, as planned, directors are going ahead with preparations. Invitations were sent through the Chamber of Commerce to Mayor Porter and members of the city council and to the superintendent and staff of the playground com- \ mission to attend. Under Herbert C. Tovey, guest conductor, the Eagle Rock community chorus, assisted by choirs and choral groups from i California Christian college, Garvanza M. E. and Glendale Presbyterian churches, and the Bible Institute will be heard. , Prank Pursell, director of the Eagle Rock Community chorus, and a soloist of St. Paul's Cathedral will carry one of the solo parts, as will two other solosists from St. Paul’s, Bradford Morse and Albert K. Puechel.

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—LEEONIA— A Romance of the Twenty-first Century By JAMES COBURN (Copyright 1933 by James Coburn Co.) [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

—LEEONIA— A Romance of the Twenty-first Century By JAMES COBURN (Copyright 1933 by James Coburn Co.) Jack’s speech continued. | My father was fairly well off, and I never knew the sting of poverty and want; You cannot accuse me of being a “Red” or an ignorant foreigner: all my life I have been considered as being in the capitalist class, and much of my life I have looked at economic and social ques-| tlons from very much the same viewpoint; but X had a Friend—a' very Dear Friend who looked at things differently: we had grown up from early boyhood together; I was the son of a well to do Father; while he was a penniless orphan but that did not interfere with our' friendship. Jim Coburn was more than a brother to me —we were pals in all that the term implies; being poor did not prevent him from being a man—very much of a man, and a thinker; he saw what was wrong with society and he did not hesitate to say so; and he never quit saying so in spite of sneers, rebuffs and sarcastic remarks...

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* ROSE BUSHES DUG UP, * * STOLEN FROM YARD OF » HOME ON HILL DRIVE * [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

ROSE BUSHES DUG UP, STOLEN FROM YARD OF HOME ON HILL DRIVE Report of the theft of four beautiful tree roses, which were dug up by thieves last Saturday night from the front lawn at 1410 Hill drive, was made to police Monday by J. C. Richardson, real estate dealer and agent for the property. Mr. Richardson, who represents the owner, C. T. Anderson, of 1418 Holbrook Ave., placed the value of the roses at $10 each.

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Club Women of State to Meet Today in E. R. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

Club Women of State to Meet Today in E. R. Members of the Women's 20th Century club are ready to welcome more than 100 state and district I club officers, as well as club presidents, when the cluTbhouse doors are opened at noon today for the | ; celebration of California Day and i Reciprocity Day. i An air of festivity, recalling the glorious days of the gold rush and the colorful history of California, reigns over the club rooms. The ' I covered wagon, symbol of the pio- [ accompanied by Mrs? Dorcus Denculties, is one of the decorative features. Each guest is to be given a token typical of the state. As the guests arrive, each will be greeted by the reception committee, and then will be personally taken in charge by a special hostess. Following the luncheon, at which 1 more than 200 are expected, including club members and guests, a de-' lightful program will take place. | John Stephen McGroarty will speak and members of the board will take I part in a short play. Mrs. Lewis Reed, ...

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Another 10 to Receive Passes To Shows Free [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

Another 10 to Receive Passes To Shows Free Ten more orders, each for two of the best adult tickets good at either the Eagle Rock. Yosemite or York theaters, will be given away this week by the Eagle Rock Advertiser, by arrangement with the theater managers and through the courtesy of merchants and business concerns in whose advertisements, in this edition of this newspaper, the names appear. In each of 10 advertisements in this edition of the Eagle Rock Advertiser is a name of an Eagle Rock resident. If your name is one of them you are entitled to an order on either of the three theaters for two of the best adult tickets, entirely free, and with no charge or obligation whatever. Just find your name —read the advertisements carefully—and then go to the business concern and identify yourself and the manager will be pleased to present you with the ticket order. You'll have to read the advertisements carefully, for the names and addresses are hidden.

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KIWANIANS HOSTS TO BOY’S LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

KIWANIANS HOSTS TO BOY’S LEAGUE The Boys League cabinet of the high school will be in charge of the Kiwanis meeting today noon. How-' ard Jenkins, president of the league, 1 will preside. High school athletics will be pre- i sented, but it is understood music and fun will have a large part in 1 the program. Morris I J lotkin, of the league, will make a talk. Kiwanians are asked to be on hand early as the boys will come over at 11:15 to meet and get acquainted with the men.

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Use of School Aud/toriunis fs Put Under Ban [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

Use of School Aud/toriunis fs Put Under Ban Attendance at Eagle Rock schools, including junior and senior high and elementary, Monday was almost normal, according to reports from the registrar’s office. Classes were resumed in orderly fashion and the general spirit of pupils and teachers was good. Principals and teachers were under instruction not to leave the school grounds at any time during the school session. An edict was issued by the board of education, at its meeting Saturday. that school auditoriums are not to be used. A meeting of the Eagle Rock grammar school P.T.A. for Tuesday was cancelled, and a special meeting for nomination of officers was held at 9:45 Tuesday morning in the school library. A scheduled talk by Madeline Veverke has been postponed until Father's Night, June 9. it was announced.

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EAGLE ROCK TRACK ATHLETES TO MEET NORTH HOLLYWOOD FRIDAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

EAGLE ROCK TRACK ATHLETES TO MEET NORTH HOLLYWOOD FRIDAY Eagle Rock's high school and field aggregation will open the 1938 track season when Coach John I Shepard's green and grey team will meet the highly touted Huskies of North Hollywood Friday, on the latter’s oval. Both teams are strong in track and field events. The high jump finds the locals well fortified in Lee Cullen and Bob Leibsle. Lee’s best mark is 5 ft. 9 inches. Bob holds the class ft school record with a mark of 5 ft. 6V> inches and should go higher this year. In the pole vault Beverly Owens and Cal Wire will carry on for Eagle Rock. The big battle of the meet probably will be between Beachamp ol Eagle Rock and McMurtrey of North Hollywood in the shot put. Both have been well past the 40 ft. mark. Bollinger and Abbott will fight it out f<*- the other position. Wight apd LetySle will be the Elgle's mainstays ’in the Broad Jump. In the hurdles Vernon Spencer is the outstanding high hurdler in the v...

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SCOUT COURT OF HONOR ON FRIDAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

SCOUT COURT OF HONOR ON FRIDAY Postponed from last week, a Boy Scout court of honor is to be held tomorrow evening at the United church, corner of Colorado Blvd and Maywood Ave. The event was originally scheduled for last Friday at the Eagle Rock grammar school auditorium, but was postponed when use of school auditoriums was banned pending examination for earthquake damage. All parents and friends of the boy scouts are invited to attend the meeting tomorrow evening.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

ITO BROTHERS STORE NO. 4 mmFft WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. 1700 COLORADO BLVD. SPECIALS FOR: THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MARCH 23rd, 24th and 25th APPLES 12 "*• 25' FANCY BEST EATING*WINESAP GREEN TENDER ASPARAGUS 3"* 25' FRESH CAULIFLOWER 2 m* 5' SWEET GARDEN FULL POD PEAS 3 lk 25 c ORANGES s**lo« SWEET JUICY GOOD SIZE .< * m FANCY IDAHO RUSSET POTATOES 25"*- 25' **** CLOTH BAG mpsiT CARROTS *“« SPINACH «-*) Mrs. Eleanor Maguey, 1443 Colorado Blvd. SWEET SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT EACH MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE Drip or Regular lb. 25 c FREE MEASURING SPOON CAROX, large bottle 2 * or 25 c WITH PURCHASE COMB HONEY, Pure C10ver,.... 12-oz. 12c EGGS Large Extras, doz. Jgc Gold Medal Macaroni, Spaghetti or Noodles pkg. 5c SANKA COFFEE lb. 43c OXYDOL Ige. pkg. 17c CRISCO 11b. 17c 3 lbs. 49c BRIER RABBIT MOLASSES Green Label Gold Label 13c 15c 2 PROS. 15 c Trial Pkg. La France and Sanita FREE Instant PdstuM •wihchui VL^agss,-r. SMALL TIN 25c LARGE TIN 34c FREE—A Trial Can ...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

PERSONAL Saturday night at the Masonic Temple the order of the Amaranth will stage a “Hard Times” party, with dancing and cards. There will be a special door prize, a prize for unique costume, and an abundance of bridge prizes. Good music is promised by the committee in charge, who are Esther Walker, associate matron; Alexander Roberts, associate patron. This is the last affair of this kind to be given by the present officers. A good time is promised. Mrs. Daniel Bryant’s Bible class will meet this afternoon at 2 o’clock at the home of Mrs. H. T. Kordenbrock,, 1324 Colorado Blvd., for a business and social meeting. All members and friends of the class are invited. Believing in the words “spring! has sprung” Louis O’Neal Jr., vice-j president of the college B.Y. society of the Baptist church, has an- j nounced plans and activities for j the coming months. Included are! several Sunday afternoon hikes and i a tennis tournament. Saturday night the group will meet for a social gathering ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

Bakery Specials Thurs., Fri., & Sat. HOT CROSS BUNS Full of Fruits and Nuts Doz. 18c 2 Doz. 35c DI'LICIPUS FRUIT CAKE BARS Each 18c Chocolate Chiffon Pies With Pure Whipped Cream Each 20c CREAIM PUFFS and ECLAIRS Each 5c EAGLE ROCK BAKERY 5059 Eatyle Rock Blvd. | ALbany 9224 & a rt | 6 © s 1A i I ■ $ll9- 50 COMPLETE $7.50 down and $7 C E per month, puts a brand new General Electric Refrigerator in your home. 1 tor has an all steel cabg. e. flat top met, with sanitary, acidresisting porcelain interior and a large storage space. Its simplified, compact mechanism, having only three main moving parts, is located in the top of the cabinet. The motor runs quietly and economically with no radio interference. BUY YOUR G. E. REFRIGERATOR IN EAGLE ROCK CAMPBELL ELECTRIC COMPANY CL. 67021 5062 Eagle Rock Blvd. CL. 67021

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

READ AND USE ADVERTISER WANT ADS A Good Policy Trade in Eagle Rock. The Best Policy is sold by— C.CL 24 HOUR INSURANCE SERVICE 530(5 Mt. Helena Ave., ALbany 2178 Eagle Rock, Calif. Buy your insurance as though you expected a loss. , i />/. v i/^yiLa _ 5067 CASPAR AVE. ALBANV 171* TRANSFER MOVING BABY CHICKS MONDAY Specials^Thin^Frk^n^SaC^March2^^j|2s Getzum Guns... 49“ (WEED DESTROYERS) Sold last season for $1.50, present reg. price Sl.lO II l / 2 lb. pkg. 35c \?A .TsS Snaßol kills snails, slugs, sowbugs, etc. 39 50 for 39c Gladiolus Bulbs VARIETIES SIX COW MANURE Pulverized & Screened 4 SACKS ...... $1.00 A&M Blue Grass lb. 25c A&M Clover lb. 45c SUPERIOR PUNT I STEER MANURE 2 Sacks $l.OO 10 Sacks $4.50 Ton $ll.OO Clothes Basket WILLOW (Well worth $1.00) 59 c

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SHAW AS MAYOR PLANS ACTION [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

SHAW AS MAYOR PLANS ACTION Proposing immediate, drastic action for elimination of civic government evils and for governmental reforms which will restore prosperity, Frank L. Shaw, candidate for mayor in the May 2 primary elec- lion, has issued his platform. The document, pledging a definite program, follows; "As candidate for mayor of the city of Los Angeles I deem it my duty to enunciate with candor and clarity the platform upon which seek the leadership of this great city and it’s citizens. "With a frankness and experience, which I believe the people demand, I intend to deal with the issues of the day, pre-eminent among which is the stagnation of local business industry from which flows our unemployment and social distress, I popose: 1) Action. 2) The consolidation of the esial functions of city and county ;rnment and the elimination of many that are non-essential. 3) The immediate commenceInent of work projects through city, Bounty, state and federal cooperation which will put id...

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GLEE CLUB SINGS AT VETERAN MEET [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

GLEE CLUB SINGS AT VETERAN MEET Members of the glee club of Unity unit, American Legion auxiliary, were given a hearty reception at a social evening of the Spanish - American War Veterans Monday night, at their hall, Ave. 67 and N. Figueroa. The club members, in white uniform and wearing the navy blue auxiliary caps, s&ng three I numbers, under direction of Mrs. I Ada Quigley. Responding to enthusiastic applause, they sang “Legionnaire,” and finally, “Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit Bag” in which the audience joined. There were other numbers on the program, including old fashioned waltz contests and a tap dance given by Helen Jean Johnston, daughter of Mrs. E. W. Johnston, accompanied b yMrs. Dorcus Dennis. Several members of Unity post were present. Following the program delicious x-efreshmcnts were served.

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