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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

STERLING’S BEAUTY SHOP Mrs. Van Daniker, 5030 Los Robles PERMANENT WAVES NATURAL AND VITA TONIC (SOMMER'S) (FREDERIC’S) $2.95, $3.95, $4.95, $5.95 (Complete)— All Work Guaranteed VERY SPECIAL I Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs., March 27—28—29—30 Henna Pack, complete with Shampoo, Color Rinse, Dry Finger Wave and Manicure s]_2s Monday, Tuesday—March 27—28 Shampoo, Color Rinse and Dry Finger Wave Balance of Week (Marcel 25c Extra) MARCEL * 50c WET FINGER WAVE ' 25c DRY FINGER WAVE 5 ; 1 40 c EXPERT HAIR CUTTING ... 25c 1814 Colorado Blvd. CL. 65626 60c

Publication Title: Eagle Rock Advertiser
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The Red Cross Appeals For Earthquake Relief Fund [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

The Red Cross Appeals For Earthquake Relief Fund Red Cross workers at Long Beach soon after the quake giving first ud to an injured man.

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OPEN LETTER ON N, FIGUEROA LEVY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

OPEN LETTER ON N, FIGUEROA LEVY Editor, Eagle Rock Advertiser— Once again I ask space in your columns to clarify the North Figueroa situation. Prom the number of requests for information from residents of the 14th district, ( it is evident that many people did i not read or understand my stateI ment which was published some i time ago. i I again wish to state that I bei lieve major projects should be paid j i for from general funds, particu'.ari ly so when it is part of a major | traffic plan. | I have always felt sure that the , cost of the Figueroa project could 1 , and should be taken care of by al- '; locations of general funds. For 'l that reason I have worked consistI ently and diligently to have PlI gueroa made a part of the state j highway system so that state funds , would be available. Assemblyman Rogers’ bill to inelude North Figueroa in the secondary system of the state highway. was favorably reported in the I assembly but still must hurdle the j senate. 1 There is now b...

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY Fire Dept Police Dept. Ambulance . Sheriff ...PI. 3131 MI. 6111 RI. Bill MD. 9111 Building Dept AD. 9790 Water Dept MI. 4211 Chamber of Commerce AL.1410 Eagle Rock Advertiser AD. 2088 fa DENTISTS HAL. J. POWER DENTISTRY X-RAY GAS 1609 COLORADO BLVD. ALbany 8618 MUSIC Virgil Drengberg Teacher of Violm Will Call at Home ALbany 5902 1370 LOS FLORES DRIVE Miss Ethel M. Congdon Teacher of Voice and Piano 5160 Hart wick St. Phone: ALbany 5922 MARCIA FRANCIS TEACHER OF CELLO Studio—s47o Dahlia Drive Phone —ALbany 2132 RADIOS RADIO SERVICE CALL AL. 4506 HULBERT RADIO ELECTRIC CO. 5048 Eagle Rock Blvd. I QUALITY RADIO CO. Expert Service on All Makes All Work Guaranteed Service Calls —50c ALBANY 3740 4508 Mount Eagle Place SPORTS EQUIPMENT Pat’s Tennis Shop SPORT EQUIPMENT Spccialiing in RACKET STRINGING RACKETS SHELLACED FREE 4865 TOWNSEND AVE. PET HOSPITALS EAGLE DALE DOG & CAT HOSPITAL Where YOUR Pets Are Treated Right Expert Medical and Surg...

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Jungle Thriller Will Re-Open Grauman’s Chinese Theatre This Friday Night [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

Jungle Thriller Will Re-Open Grauman’s Chinese Theatre This Friday Night This is Joe Grant's modernistic conception of Kong, the 50 foot ape, who is the star of “King Kong,” RKO Radio’s sensational talking picture circus, that opens with a Sid Grauman jungle prologue at Grauman’s Chinese on Friday evening, March 24. Fay Wray, Bruce Cabot and Robert Armstrong are the human stars of the story based on an idea by Merian C. Cooper and Edgar Wallace. Grant is a Record cartoonist of international repute.

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Pecans High in Food Value [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

Pecans High in Food Value Probably pecans enjoy a distinctive place in the ordinary dietary and as an addition to salads and cakes, tarts and cookies their delicate and glorified excellence reaches the height of their use. As a plain edible, in comparison with other nuts and other foods, their position in the calorie list is at or near the top—where beef has a per pound caloric value of 1.130. pecans offer 3.633 of these body tissue building units.

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ELECTRIC SYSTEM DAMAGE IS SMALL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

ELECTRIC SYSTEM DAMAGE IS SMALL j Pinal check by engineering exj perts of the properties of the city’s $87,000,000 electric system showed ■ the entire damage caused by the ! recent earthquakes would be less ’ than $l5OO, according to E. P. Scattergood, chief electrical engineer and general manager of the bureau of power and light. The principal damage was caused where falling walls had broken overhead ■ wires. Cost of the repairs will not c exceed $llOO. I “Considering the fact that the bureau of power and light renders service to the city's area of 420 miles," Mr. Scattergood explained, ’, "including the harbor district where I the quake was most severe, the peo- . pie of Los Angeles are extremely 5 fortunate to have experienced so [ | little damage to their electric sysi tern. ■ I “The condition of our properties following the disaster,” he contlnui ed, “enabled us to make available the bureau’s facilities and engineer- ; ing experiences to those districts iin need of assistance. ...

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

TO BUY, SELL, RENT OR EXCHANGE USE Classified Advertisements homas Upton, who made a fortune tn tea, had shed, reveals that his belief was Th , a 7 else fo '» business motto: His autobiography, just pubIhe man who on his trade relies must either bust or advertise.” 2 Personal Business bawn and Garden Work—Lawn mowers sharpened and adjusted. Work guaranteed. Called for and del. AL. 4188. 2tT23c Licensed cement contractor. First class work, reasonable. Elmer Adair, 1423 N. Ave. 48. ALbany 8787. tfl9c Jobbing carpenter wants work. All work guaranteed. Rates reasonable. AL. 5431. 4932 Avoca tf26c ROOFER epairs shingle, tar, comp, paper roofs. Experienced work guar. C. A. Greenlee, 4455 Mont Eagle PI. Call ALbany 5698. TtflOc lESSMAKING and remodeling— Former employees of leading shops in Beverly Hills and Pasadena. Silk and wool dresses, $4., $5; cotton, $l., $1.50; children’s 50c, 75c, AL. 9871. 1400 Cedar Edge. tf2oc SWER connecting and Sewer Stoppage. Excavating. Hauling. Tree cuttin...

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

5 For Rent—Furn. ROOMS—FOR RENT—Furn. rooms, $1.50 per week. Cozy, clean apartments, $3. per week. 2112% Colorado Blvd. tfl3c FOR RENT—Large rm. with board. Sun porch, shower, phone. Excellent meals. Garage. In beautiful private home. 2324 Hill Dr. tf2c 6 For Rent—Unfurn. FOR RENT—Unfurn. 3 rm. stucco, $15.00. 6 rm. stucco, $25.00. 4 rm house, $20.00. 7 rm. house, $20.00. Inq. 1420 Yosemite Dr. It23p FOR RENT—Unfur. new stucco duplex; cozy; 4 rms lower, airy bed rooms; nice closets; hall with linen closet; tile bath, shower; large kitchen and dinette; tile sink; built-in ice box; roomy garage. Only $25.00. 4110 Manor Court. (Manor Court is 1 blk N. of E. R. Blvd., off W. Ave. 41). Owner RO. 3324. Ttf26c FOR RENT—Unfurn. $25.00. 5 rm. house newly decorated. Nice yard, fenced. 1232 Neola St. AL. 5824. It23p FOR RENT—Unfurn. 7 rm. house. 3 bd rms. Good condition. 4910 La Roda. Key at 4921 La Roda. It23p FOR RENT Central, High, Healthful —5 room Bungalow, $20.00. ALbany 2216. 6 Room Stu...

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

8 Real Estate SPECIAL PRICED BEACH LOT s7so—Beautiful Manhattan Beach. Only 100 feet to ocean. This lot actually cost $2OOO. Owner. ALbany 2216 WANTED What have you in 3 or 4 rm house, preferrably West Eagle Rock, around $2OOO. Mostly cash. Also 4 or 5 rm. house near E. car, with $350 cash, bal. good terms. Also have lot 50"xl00" with 3 rm. house and garage, cheap. Sell on contract with small payment down to reliable party. BOWEN REALTY CO. 2251 Ridegview AL. 4587 11 For Sale FOB SALE—A bargain. 3 young men's suits, 2 ladies coats, one black satin coat. Good as new. 2222 Addison Way. 2tMT2Op NEW AND USED FURNITURE Wardrobe trunk, good one, $5.00. Electric washer, $19.50. Singer No. 66 Sewing Machine, fine condition, $11.50. Closet bed, like new, $6.50. Linoleum, 8 yds. $3.12. Walnut twin bed, $5.50. Dark metal twin bed, $2.50. Walnut Buffet, $12.50. Two piece overstuffed, $9.50. Hi-oven Estate Range, rebuilt and a baked enamel job, like new, $12.50. Davenport table $2.50. Nursery ic...

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

WINDOW SHADE HOSPITAL Repairing Our Specialty DRAPERIES ALTERATIONS SLIP COVERS AWNINGS RECOVERED 6 Years in Eagle Rock 2140 COLORADO BLVD. Upstairs over Eagle Rock Hdwr. G. H. SCHNEIDER CO. Phone: ALbany 5627

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HEADQUARTERS OF PORTER FOR E. RJ [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

HEADQUARTERS OF PORTER FOR E. RJ * I Harry Witt, of 2316 Loy Lano, has 1 been appointed manager of the-| mayoralty primary campaign of. Mayor John R. Porter, for this dis- j trict, it was announced Tuesday. Mr. Witt has secured the room at 5041 Eagle Rock Blvd., the old postoffice room, as headquarters, he announced that the campaign head- ' quarters at that location will be , opened Saturday morning. j Mr. Witt is well known in Eagle j Rock, and has been an active work- | ( er in political campaigns, as well j in civic matters for a number of j years. He was for some time con-! ] nected with the city prosecutor’s of- 1 ( fice. He plans to start at once to 1 r thoroughly organize the Northeast district in the interests of the reelection of Mayor Porter. c

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! BOYS SPEND VACATION IN j STAY AT WILLOW SPRINGS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

! BOYS SPEND VACATION IN j STAY AT WILLOW SPRINGS The Chi Rho Comrade Boys of the Presbyterian church took advantage of vacation week for a three-day trip to Antelope valley at Willow Springs. The announcement of “No School - ’ brought hasty arrangements for the outing. The boys found the Springs an ideal spot for camping. When not rustling wood, hiking, games and hunting Jack Rabbits kept thorn busy. Paul Dungan assisted Mr. Pargellis in preparation of the "eats.” The boys making the trip were Nevin Brown, Kenneth Dale. Jack and Bob Dinwiddle, Dick Deegan, Don Dorr. Bill George. Prank Ibe. Bill Lorentz, George Ricketts. Boy Ryf and Don Thompson. Ninety-three per cent of all new cars today sell for less than $lOOO.

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; T r=~ ■ BCOOTS Wm i)v (scours MF r AJtJJER|CA W* [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

; T r=~ ■ B COOTS Wm i)v (scours MF r AJtJJER|CA W* Troop No. 3 Troop 3 of Burbank furnished troop 3 of Eagle Rock the opposition in a basketball game last Saturday night in the Glendale Y.M.C. A. gymnasium. Eagle Rock won easily, the final score being 53 to 12. Clark Tavenor led the scoring for Eagle Rock. Any troop desiring to play a basketball game with troop 3 of Eagle Rock is requested to get in touch with either Fred Lindsley or Bob DeLine. The Eagle Rock line up was: Clark Tavenor and Clark Richardson, forwards; Bob DeLine. center; Jack Allin and Fred Lindsley, guards; Bill Black, substitute. Troop No. 4 At the last meeting Mr. Bradfield gave a snappy drill. This new drill has been used in the army for less than a year. The patrols were dismissed to collect dues and practice the Morse code. Mr. Bradfield gave a talk on the mulliplication table. He showed that there were morej than four ways of finding the sum of a problem in multiplication. We { are happy to welcome Lesley Vo...

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CHORUS IN NEED OF MALE VOICES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

CHORUS IN NEED OF MALE VOICES Although it was announced that no new members would be admitted to the women's chorus of the 20th Century club, after this week, more male voices are needed to fill out the cast and form the chorus for “The Mikado,” which is to be presented by the music section as a club benefit May 26 and 27. A large number of men were present at the try-out last Friday night, and more are needed for the rehearsal and try-out this Friday. Ellis Rhodes, director of the chorus. will be present at 7 o'clock to test the voices. While it is understood that a part of the cast has been chosen, there are yet a number of openings and men who enjoy singing are invited to be at the women's clubhouse. Hermosa and Colorado Blvd., Friday night.

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AGED MAN HURT FATALLY; DRIVER OF CAR IS HELD [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

AGED MAN HURT FATALLY; DRIVER OF CAR IS HELD A. B. Heath, elderly Highland Park resident of 321 W. Ave 43. died on the way to Georgia St, Receiving hospital Monday night, after he was run down at about 8 p. m. while crossing the street at Ave 45 and N. Figueroa by Harold B. Covington, negro motorist, of 1006 E. 28th st. Covington was held by Highland Park police under a charge of suspicion' of manslaughter and was lodged in tire county jail, pending the inquest.

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 March 1933

Sun Goshi BEN OKUBO, Manager Free Delivery 1576 Colorado CL. 69114 Specials—Thurs., Fri., and Sat., Mar. 23—24—25 U. S. NO. 1 IDAHO RUSSET POTATOES 21 lbs. 25c A Fancy Selected A FANCY NEWTON PIPPIN APPLES 10^25' Fresh, Green LARGE IMPERIAL NO. 1 G R f™f Bfor8 for 15 c Reg. 8 for 25c FANCY HOME GROWN LONG GREEN ASPARAGUS 2 lbs -25 c Tender and Delicious FRESH LARGE DAVENPORT ARTICHOKES 5 for 25c FANCY RED RIPE SOLID TOMATOES ,b lo c FRESH TENDER STRAWBERRY RHUBARB 3 lbs 15 c FRESH CRISPY CELERY 7 stalks l0 c SWEET SPANISH ONIONS 6 lbs * 5 C

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