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REGISTER 500 FOR AQUEDUCT PLACES; [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
REGISTER 500 FOR AQUEDUCT PLACES; Approximately 500 persons have been registered for work on the Colorado river aqueduct, by the, Eagle Rock Chamber of Commerce, since last Thursday. Registration includes all trades, but not clerks and engineers, who register at 306 West 3rd St. Registration blanks are obtainable from the Chamber I of Commwof, or the bnuwh of 'the water department, in the Eagle Rock city hall, and may be taken home and filled out. Secretary Chas. A. Butler has been assisted in registrations by H. G. Warren, A. R. Rose, Elmer Baker and R. L. Brown during the mornings, from 8 to 10 o'clock. After 10 o’clock, no applicants are received. the secretary devoting his time to other work.
MERCHANTS HOLD MEETING TONIGHT i [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
MERCHANTS HOLD MEETING TONIGHT i A meeting of Eagle Rock mer-' chants is called for this evening at the Chamber of Commerce, to consider plans for a permanent organ- ( ization. All retail merchants are invited. This is a part of a plan, of the Chamber of Commerce to. bring Eagle Rock retailers into a, strong organization. Several matters of importance to merchants will be discussed. There are many matters of common interest, and it is believed our -ssociation can help in their solution and | handling. Also the matter of pro-| moting Eagle Rock as a shopping center is to be considered.
Get Diplomas On Wed. Feb. T [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
Get Diplomas On Wed. Feb. T The winter session graduating class of 45 members will receive their diplomas from Eagle Rock high school Wednesday evening, Feb. 1, at ceremonies at the high school auditorium. The commencement speakers will be Robert Fisher and Betty Baxter. Mr. Shafer, assistant school superintendent, will present the diplomas. Music will be furnished by a mixed chorus of A-12’s, and Dorothy Jahn will render a piano solo. Junior high school commencement has been postponed until Friday afternoon, Feb, 3. Commencement speakers and details of the program will be announced later. The junior high school class graduating into the senior high school is one of the largest in the history of the local institution, numbering over 100. Likewise the senior graduating class is the largest to date Both events are expected to be attended by large crowds.
CITY TO FURNISH TREES FOR PARK STRIPS AT SMALL COST [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
CITY TO FURNISH TREES FOR PARK STRIPS AT SMALL COST Dr. M. M. Null, chairman of the beautification committee of the Chamber of Commerce, has completed arrangements with the Los Angeles park department whereby that bureau will furnish and set out shade trees in parking strips, at nominal cost of 50 cents each, where desired by the property owners. The work will be done with labor from the county welfare bureau. The trees will be of fair size, and the cost much less than the usual cost of the trees' alone. Within a short time property owners on various streets, decided upon by the park department, will receive postcards making the offer of the trees. A statement from the park department says: "For the purpose of encouraging of uniform planting of street trees, a limited number of deciduous trees of considerable heights are made available from the city nursery, and will be planted by the division of forestry of the park department in the parkway of property.” It goes on to say that the...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
1 1700 COLORADO BLVD. STORE NO. 4 and 20 21 19 SATURDAY A F Y T 0 s QUALITY SERVICE Sc FAIR PRICE 'SELLS FANCY FOODS FOE LESS” GROCERY DEPARTMENT A X m m with receipt bk lb. 21c 2 i &amp; with receipt bk 1 lb. . ..16c Vz lb 9c Small 17c Med. 32c FREE—7-oz. Salad Bowl French Dressing with Purchase of HOME-AID MAYONNAISE 1... -Pint 23c BABY CLAMS . - * 3 tins 20c OLIVES—Hemet Giant tall can 16c BUTTER—BIue Bell H&gt;. 20c ALBER’S MINUTE TAPIOCA pkg. 8c CRACKERS—White or Graham 1 lb. pkg. 13c KIPPER SNACKS 3 for 10c SELOX Large Package 2 for 25c FRUIT COCKTAIL No. 1 Tall Can 13c PEACHES No. VA Can 10c Whegt Worth Cereal—loo% whole lyheat pkg. 9c ‘' i - • ■ » : -- - ■ ■- . lemon flavor with receipt bk 3 packages 19c --S.-455 HA A A»»0" CO BE 43c DCVII HIM QFETI is not a drug, but an aiccessory iKjILLIUiTI uLLU food, harmless and beneficial to the intestinal tract and not habit forming. It may be taken indefinitely with no ill effect. REGULAR 75c POUND 25c LACTOSE and DEX...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
5014 Eagle Rock BlvtL Closed Sundays CENTRAL MARKET SPECIALS FOR: THURSDAY, FRIDAY. AND SATURDAY One Block South of Colorado Blvd. in Eagle Rock Closed Sundays JANUARY 19, 20 and 21 SALE AND DEMONSTRATION FORMAY Purest Shortening Known 16 c 3 lb - 45 c PEACHES ....2 cans 25c Libby’s De Luxe. No. 2 l / 2 Cans SUGAR 10 lk 32 c FRENCH DRESSING Cc Swift’s Brand. 4-oz Jar. PURE CANE CLOTH BAGS With Purchase 2 Cans Corn, No. 2 Cans... 25c SALAD OIL 17c GOLDEN WEST. 18-oz. Bottle A • Gem Mayonnaise... .Pt. 1 7c SWIFT’S PREMIUM QUALITY A • JAM Assorted Flavors. 2-lb. 6-oz. Jar JQc TOILET TISSUE Q rolls 1 Q ( GAUZE BRAND A U CANNED MILK... tall 41/2 C LUCERNE i CRACKERS... _2 pkgs. 25 c SNOWFLAKES or GRAHAMS SlSiSf‘"" ler ' lb -22 c CALUMET FREE TWO FINE GIFTS Pkg. Baker’s Cocoanut and Cake Pan YOLO CATSUP. lAc BIG J4-oz. BOTTLE ...... ,4-V HOMINY FANCY IRIS. No. 2&gt;i Cans 2 cans Joc .. .lb. 'SWIFT’S BROOKFIELD With 50c Purchase—Limit One Pound KIPPERED SNACKS. can 4c i RED GIRL. N...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
PERSONAL Because of bad weather and sickness among the women of the church, a church luncheon of the Christian churc hhas been postponed until next Wednesday, from 11:30 to 1:30 p.m. Dr. E. P. Byland, lecturere and formerly pastor of Mount Hollywood Congregational church, will be the speaker at the regular Thursday Chapel of Occidental college today. As he is primarily interested in labor and social problems, he will speak on “Balancing the budget—a confession.” G. H. Schneider, well known awning and drapery manufacturer, of Eagle Rock, has moved his shop from the western part of the community to room 6, over the Eagle .Rock Hardware company, at 2138 Blvd. The large room provides excellent quarters for the manufaturing business, and Mr. Schneider has it well equipped to handle the work. He has been in this line of business in Eagle Rock for a number of years. Dr. J. R. Leadsworth, Acute and Chronic Diseases. 5403 Elverano Ave. Ttf29c J. D. Phillips, proprietor of the Phillips Shoe H...
"°W& [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
"°W&amp; The International Moonlight Association an organization unique in most respects, held an Indoor meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Butler, on Caspar Ave., Sunday evening. About 50 members and friends attended. When the weather is fair and the moon is shining, this association holds forth in the open, on a suitable hill top or some mountain fastness meetings are always at time of full moon. Its membership includes a group of local families who have been meeting six or seven times a year for several years. Sunday nights community supper was followed by a talk accompanied by pictures of Guatemala, by Prof. Allison of Occidental. Prof. Allison pursued his studies in Guatemala for several years and gave a colorful talk. H. I. Devol, local realtor, read a paper on “Domestic Technocracy.” A group of readings concluded the program.
WINTER SPORTS CARNIVAL TO FEATURE NEW EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
WINTER SPORTS CARNIVAL TO FEATURE NEW EVENTS Novelty races and competition open to the public will feature events staged by the Big Pines Ski club, in connection with the ski Jumping championship, sponsored by the Los Angeles Junior Chamber of Commerce, at the county camp Feb. 4 and 5, it is announced. Two new events, a Slollum ski race and a ladies snow Shoe race, will be added to the program this year. The Slollum ski race will be held over a twisting down hill course and the ladies snowshoe race will be over a 100 yard down hill course.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
PEED SEED Bamboo Rake 19c Good Quality Cow Manure Pulverized and Screened 4 Sacks... .$l.OO If you want well seasoned wood, some that will really burn, call on u». It will pay you to give us the “once” over before buying. Eucalyptus - Per Cord Other kinds at proportionately low prices. COAL Per Ton $16.00 % Ton 4.50 Per 100 lbs. (del’d) 1.00 Per 100 lbs. store .90 Briquetts, Coke, Woodkets, etc. $17.50
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
BAKERY —SPECIALS— Thurs., Fri., Sat., Jan. 19-20-21 Angel Food Cakes 18c Potato Rolls Doz. 10c Bear Claws Each 4c Delicious Chocolate White Cup Cakes Dz. 20c Free Delivery Service 10:30 a.m. 3:30 p.m. EAGLE ROCK BAKERY 5059 Eagle Rock Blvd. AL. 9224 “Buy American —Buy in Eagle Rock” K m m if Vj M A.C.PARDEE _r/7. lieat deaf about "Buy American" and 1 don’t know but what that tt » wy ~rrh~PEC IA IS THIS WEEK For that Stubborn Case of La Grippe (Flu) TRY Pardee’s Cold Tablets .. .25c SAN-I-KINS 19c Modern Sanitary Napkins VELMA TOOTH PASTE 29e The Perfect Cleanser. MALT EXTRACT 89e With Cod Liver Oil VELMA LIQUEFYING CREAM 50c A Deep Pore Cleanser Bring in your prescriptions and have them filled just as your physician orders. Pardee's Happy land Pharmacy I 6 I 6 yOSEMITE DRIVE Street Car Tickets For the convenience of our patrons we have established the following agency where school and Eagle Rock commutation tickets may be purchased : . \ . Sager’s Stationery &amp; Gift Shop*...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
MARK 2202-4:6-8 COLORADO 2202-4:6-8 COLORADO BLYD. PHONE: CLEVELAND 69516 * &lt; Specials Thursday, Friday, Saturday January 19. 20. and 21 VAN’S GROCERY EXTRAS—LARGE EGGS d°z- 25 c TOMATO COUP CAMPBELL’S A t/ STANDARD Tomatoes, No. 2% Cans.)9„ onci i r String Beans, No, 2 Cans.) tdllS 131 DEL MONTE—SOLID PACK TOMATOES ..Mean 12c BRANDS ILl! Martinellls Cider..... gal 55c qt 19c U7ITT rtP6 ” ' QRAPE JUICE pis. J7c MOTHER’S COCOA 2-lb. can jyc iER ( Regular PANCAKE FLOUR 20-oz.pkg. 1 7c SPERRY’S A 9 PUMPKIN^!!":. 2 '/; ss 25' DRANO ™25 c THE NEW STYLE DRAIN OPENER RABBITS LUER WIENERS and CONEYS LARGE N.Y, Count OYSTERS NO LIMIT ON QUANITY GRAND CENTRAL FRUIT MARKET OF EAGLE ROCK POTATOES Burbanks or Russets POUND 1 c CARROTS Bunch) PARSNIPS lb.) CABBAGE _ lb.) SWEET POTATOES lb.) SQUASH, fancy banana lb.) 1 C THIN SKIN, JUICY LEMONS Eating and Cooking PIPPIN APPLES GRAPEFRUIT Dozen) lb.) ..2 for) 2 C 1 HOUR SALE 2 to 3 AND 7 to B—Thursday, Friday, Saturday THIS ITEM ONLY AIV...
Editorial [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
Editorial WHILE ROME BURNS Nero fiddled while Rome burned, and “Kingfish” Huey Long, representing a great state in the United States senate, and a couple of other senators conduct a filibuster that delays the nation’s business in the form of needed legislation. The senate has the reputation of being the world’s greatest deliberative body, and is supposed to merit the respect of the nation and of the world. But when it permits one man and such a man as “Kingfish” (his two associates in this filibuster do not count materially) to block its work, it becomes a laughing stock —except that the matter is too serious to laugh about. We do not attempt to say whether or not the Glass banking measure, against which the Louisana senator aimed his filibuster, is good or not. The point is that there is much extremely important legislation awaiting action by the congress of the United States, and the time until the end of the present session is short at best. Long, with his filibuster, has cost mo...
GIVING BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
GIVING BOOKS. “Book Giving Week” will be held in Los Angeles next week, Jan. 23! to 28, and every effort is being I made to spread the information re- j garding it, its purpose and need, as widely as possible throughout the city. The public library system of Los | Angeles needs more books than it is able to purchase this year. Many people have books In their libraries tvhlch they have read, and for which they no longer have use. The Book; Giving Week appeal is that these be turned over to the public library in order that the public may have the advantages of such volumes. Since 1929 the Los Angeles pub- | lie library’s income has decreased 25 per cent, but the circulation of books has Increased 44 per cent. Two things happen, in connection with libraries, in times of economic stress. Revenues decline but use of the library and its facilities and books increases, on account of the number of people with unoccupied time on their hands. The great increase in demand for books has fallen ...
COMMUNITY CHEST FINANCES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 19 January 1933
COMMUNITY CHEST FINANCES Some interesting facts are given in the 1932 report of the Los Angeles Community Chest, just issued. It shows something of the great work carried on by that organization, and where the money it collected last year was used. Total disbursements for the year were $3,079,934, or $119,865 more than the receipts. This deficit was made up by loans from banks, to be repaid out tif the funds collected this year. Receipts from pledges totaled $2,960,068. During the year pledge cancellations amounted to $7302 and uncollected pledges totaled $358,389. The chest received a total of $3068 for interest on deposits. The four main items of use of the funds were: Family welfare and relief, regular, $715,234; family welfare and relief, emergency, $554,286, or a total of 44 per cent of the total; child welfare, $422,999, or 14.67 per cent; health agencies, $632,048, or 22 per cent; preventive and employment, $451,248, or 15.65 per cent. Administration costs were $42,421, or 1....