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FIRST MAN HERE CALLED FOR WORK [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
FIRST MAN HERE CALLED FOR WORK C. R. Robinson, a carpenter living on Yosemite drive near Glacier Ave„ is the first Eagle Rock man to be called with the prospect of being assigned to work on the Colorado river aqueduct project for the Metropolitan Water district. Mr. Robinson has his wife, two children end aged mother as dependents. The water district employment bureau notified Mr. Robinson to report for oral examination as to his and condition of employtftent, and following this he was advised that in a few days he would examination. required by the fact that much of the district in which the work will be under way is a particularly severe desert climate. Mr. Robinson was advised that if he passes the physical examination he may expect to be called to work within a short time.
—LEEONIA— A Romance of the Twenty-first Century By JAMES COBURN (Copyright 1933 by James Coburn Co.) [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
—LEEONIA— A Romance of the Twenty-first Century By JAMES COBURN (Copyright 1933 by James Coburn Co.) "What you say in regard to your position Is in reality true; but yours is an exceptional case, and I am quite certain that no objection will ever be raised to your being con-1 sidered a bona fide citizen: how-1 ever I I will give you the form of the oath of allegiance that foreigners and all citizens born in this country above the age of 18 are re- | qulred to subscribe to before they are allowed to vote, or take part in: the government of the country. Foreigners must have resided in this' country five years before they can J acquire full citizenship rights. No restrictions are placed against im-, migration except that each Individ-! ual must show a clean bill of health both physically, and morally; at— &gt; tested to by the proper authorities of the country from which they j come. I might add tha; there are i less immigrants now than before | the revolution for the reason th...
* THREE WANT ADVTS. IN * THE ADVERTISER PROVE * TO BE RESULT GETTERS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
* THREE WANT ADVTS. IN * THE ADVERTISER PROVE * TO BE RESULT GETTERS &lt;! e Results, of course, arc what 8 an advertiser wants, tliree perf sons who used the “Want Advt” " columns of the Eagle Rock Ad--5 vertiser in the last two weeks * are witnesses to results gotten ' through the columns of this * newspaper. All three were 8 “blind” advertisements. In each 8 of the three cases the total of 8 answers was more than 20, in 8 one more than 30. These are 8 only three examples of the re--8 spouse secured by advertisers in 8 the Classified, as well as from 8 display advertising in the Eagle ' Rock Advertiser. That replies 8 frequently come from long dls- ' tances outside of Eagle Rock is 8 credited to the fact that many 8 people carry the paper with 8 them when they travel on the 8 street cars and motor buses. ■•••••*
Seek Solution | Of Problem Of Witters; [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
Seek Solution | Of Problem Of Witters; i Solution of the problem of drain- | age of storm waters In the central 1 district of Eagle Rock, in the vicinity of Colorado and Eagle Rock Blvds., as well as the problem prei sented by the situation in the vii cinity of Eagle Rock high school, | will be sought by a committee authorized at a meeting of the board of directors of the Eagle Rock Chamber of Commerce, held last Monday noon at the Roosevelt cafe. | The committee is made up of J. C. Richardson, H. I. DeVol and ; Percy Shoemaker. It will make a ' study of the situation, and the pos- | sible course that can be taken look- | ing toward building a drain from i Yosemite and Eagle Rock Blvds to the Colorado and Eagle Rock Blvds. intersections, and also what meas- , ures of relief can be found for the streets below Colorado, as well as possibilities of relief in the vicinity of the high school. The committee is to report back to the directors at i an early meeting. In the meantime property...
FATHERS TO HAVE THEIR NIGHT FRI. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
FATHERS TO HAVE THEIR NIGHT FRI. i Fathers’ Night of the Eagle Rock grammar school P.T.A., twice de- ; layed, will be held Friday evening, iin the school auditorium. A special program, made up of musical selections, a play and interesting 1 , talks, has been prepared. Chief speaker of the evening will be the “Mother Goose Woman," | Helen B. Paulsen, child psychologist, whose talk is expected to be of special value to parents in helping them to understand their children. “Hansel and Gretel,” a play by the A-3 class taught by Mrs. Parks, will be presented. Principal C. W. Pres-, ton will speak on legislation pending and “the effect it would have on schools in California if passed.” Mrs. Wm. O. Bonelli will open the meeting with the salute to the flag. Mrs. Montrose Burrows, president, will be chairman of the evening and as usual will have a message for the parents. So that both fathers and mothers may attend this meeting, arrangements have been made to care for children at the school....
KIWANIS LADIES NIGHT TO BE WASHINGTON CELEBRATION [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
KIWANIS LADIES NIGHT TO BE WASHINGTON CELEBRATION Ladies Night and a celebration of George Washington’s birthday anniversary are to be combined in an unusual event planned for the evening of Thursday, Feb. 23, by the Eagle Rock Kiwanis club. While, Ladies Night is held several times during the year by the Kiwanis, this is the first occasion of the kind for the local organization in several months. Announcement by the committee says; “There will be no speeches, no depression—but there will be cn- tertainment and fun." The evening will be started with a dinner, served in the dining room of the Masonic Temple, where most of the Kiwanis affairs are held. This will be followed by the events of the evening. These will be numerous and varied. The following assignments on the preparations are announced; Games and jig-saw. Ray Raymer; bridge, Joe Maley; music. Roy Weaver; dance, Carl Ross; favors and decorations, Clarence E. Sager; reservations. John Earl Pinkerton.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
PERSONAL Dr. A. K. Tucker, p-.iysician, surgeon and osteopath, beginning Wednesday afternoon from 1 to 5, and i every Wednesday afternoon thereafter, will hold a free diagnostic anc) emergency treatment clinic at his new offices, 1609 Colorado blvd. This will be only for needy unemployed citizens of Eagle Rock. Music students and organists are Invited to attend vesper organ recitals given each Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o’clock at the Los Angeles Elks Temple, given by Sibley G. Pease, organist. Dr. Pease has been organist at the Elks Temple for the last 18 years. Dr. Hal J. Power, dentist, with offices at 1609 Colorado Blvd., Eagle Rock, gave a clinic on dental an- j athesia, before the final convention session of the Alumni association j of the Southern California Dental college. Old floors refinlshed. ifew Oak floors laid, surfaced and finished, i Van the Floor Man. ALbany 5737. j tf26c 1 The Young Matrons' club of the • United church will hold a regular, l meeting Wednesday, at the...
LEGION LOYALTY WEEK IS PLANNED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
LEGION LOYALTY WEEK IS PLANNED Unity unit, American Legion auxiliary, has been asked to participate in “Legion Loyalty Week,” Feb. 4 to 11, in conjunction with posts and auxiliary units throughout the state. The week will be climaxed with an emergency membership roll call. The roll call plan is for the unit to assemble at a given place, join in the pledge of allegiance to the flag, and, following the pledge, to be assigned to squads, each squad to report to a captain. To each will be given a list of eligible persons and of members with unpaid dues. The work of the squad will be to seek new members and collect dues, or ascertain when they can be or why they cannot be paid. If a family is found in need, a report will be made to the unit president. Date for the final rally is Feb. 10, from 7 to 10 p.m. Units will be given until Feb. 17 to forward reports to state headquarters.
CROWD EXPECTED AT LEGION DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
CROWD EXPECTED AT LEGION DANCE A group of about 50 students of Franklin high school have adopted the American Legion post and auxiliary dances, held the first Saturday night of each month at Verdugo playgrounds. These young people, who attended the last dance, at the invitation of Mrs. Evelyn Needham, have signified their intention of attending the next one, Saturday night. Mrs. Abbie Rauen also has a large group of friends who are planning to be there, Mrs. Rauen was appointed to serve six months as dance chairman of the auxiliary, and the coming dance will be the last one of the group. Special plans are being made to enable all those who attend to have a good time. Strangers in the community ai’£ especially invited. Proceeds from the dance are used for welfare work in this district.
AUXILIARY HOLDS AFTERNOON MEET [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
AUXILIARY HOLDS AFTERNOON MEET Many features of the work and aims of the American Legion auxiliary were discussed in a talk by Lillian LeValley, 17th district president, who was present at an afternoon meetnig held by Unity Unit Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Beulah Johnston, 1700 N. Ave. 46. A large group of members were present at this first afternoon meet- | ing of the organization. Mrs. Ethel I Sauter, president, conducted the meeting, with Mrs. Johnston and Imogens Kinne acting as hostesses. Mrs. LeValley answered many questions regarding auxiliary work and urged a concerted drive for membership and paid-up dues, before the 4th area meeting at Patriotic hall Feb. 14. Mrs. LeValley also explained legislation now before congress and urged the importance of backing the Legion in its fight against measures proposed by the National Economy league. Announcement was made that Memorial services will be held this year in Memorial coliseum. A meeting to plan the services of the Legion and...
OPEN NEW ORANGE MARKET IN E.£. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
OPEN NEW ORANGE MARKET IN E.£. A new orange market, the New Deal Market, has been opened at 1954 Colorado Blvd., by T. P. and Neb Bowler, father and son. The market, opened a few days ago, is featuring oranges principally, but also is handling grapefruit and lemons, being at the outset entirely a citrus fruit market. The new concern is handling both a wholesale and retail business. While at present the market is confined to large stocks of oranges, grapefruit and lemons, it is planned later in the season to enlarge its scope and handle other kinds of fruits and also vegetables. The proprietors of the market have resided in Eagle Rock for the last six years, their home being located at 1315 El Modena Ave.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
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P.TA Council Is To Sponsor An Art Exhibit [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
P.TA Council Is To Sponsor An Art Exhibit The first community project tc be attempted by the Highlands council, P.T.A., will be an art exhibit, showing paintings, hand-craft floral exhibits, and home-making entries, to be held Friday, Feb. 3, from 12 noon to 10 p.m. at Sparkletts auditorium. The exhibit’s purpose will be to present a collection of things of value, interest and artistic benefit, to be found in the community, and to offer the public a chance to view the exhibit without cost. Valuable souvenirs will be safeguarded in locked cases and the exhibit will also be given police protection. Four groups of articles will be exhibited, and ribbons denoting the merits of the various types of endeavor represented will be awarded. The four groups will include paintings—wall hangings and photography; hand-craft—plastic art, needle work, quilts, furniture and other articles; home-making—can-ned fruits and vegetables, cakes, pies and biscuits; floral—flowers, potted plants and flowers,...
SCHOOL* HAS OWN PAPER PUBLISHED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
SCHOOL* HAS OWN PAPER PUBLISHED Under the name of the “Toland Way Broadcast,” the first printed edition of the Toland Way grama mar school's newspaper has just been published. It was prepared' entirely by the pupils of the school, Under the able direction of Miss Luethel Austin of school faculty. The printing was done in the office of the Eagle Rock Advertiser. Previously it was done in the school on a mimeograph, but it was decided it would be more desirable to have it printed. The newspaper carries a large amount of well written and carefully edited news of the school and of the pupils. Most of the items are signed, and one would be surprised at the exceptional style ir which they are written. The Tolanc Way Broadcast appears monthly. The staff is as follows: Editorial Staff Editor Barbara Draper Assistant Editor Ollle Adams News Editor Earl Higginbotham Poetry Editor Bernard Haab Book Review Editor......Betty McKee Sports Editor Patsy Collins Advertising John Moore Circulation Pe...
EVENING SCHOOL WORK INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 2 February 1933
EVENING SCHOOL WORK INTERESTS An Interesting exhibit of work of the home arts class of Franklin evening high school is on display [this week at 2636 North Figueroa St., Highland Park. This class is one of the most enthusiastic groups of the evening school, and many artistic articles for personal and home use .arc .eut, .by. its members. Miss Helen Ruth McKeen, instructor, is constantly increasing the scope of the work. The next term of the evening high school begins Monday. Another popular art class at the evening school is the one in sculpture, pottery and woodcarving, conducted by Andrew Bjurman. Those who visited an open house night last spring will remember the beautiful examples of the work of this class. The spring class in landscape gardening, looked forward to every year by garden lovers in Northeast Los Angeles, will begin Tuesday evening. The flower show, which climaxes the work of this class, has become an annual community affair. Prom now until June the members of this g...