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CAMPBELL ELECTRIC CO. SECURES MAJESTIC LINE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
CAMPBELL ELECTRIC CO. SECURES MAJESTIC LINE t M. B. Campbell, of the Campbell Electric company, of 5062 Eagle Rock Blvd., announced this week that he had been appointed exclusive representative' in Eagle Rock for Majestic radios. “The new 1933 models have just arrived and are now on display,” said Mr. Campbell, “We are very glad to secure the agency for this, line of radios, which is one of the! most popular on the market.” !
SMALL CRAFT TO FEATURE REGATTA [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
SMALL CRAFT TO FEATURE REGATTA Small sailing craft, many of the “home-made" variety, are expected to hold the center of attention during the annual Los Angeles Midwinter Regatta, scheduled to be held at Los Angeles harbor Feb. 22 to 26, according to plans under preparation by a small-boat racing codwnittae headed by officials of the Los Angeles recreation department. The midwinter sailboat events are conducted each year under auspices of the Civic Regatta association and the Los Angeles Junior Chamber of Commerce, and provide racing competition for various types of craft from eight meter yachts down to skimmers. This year, five classes of small boats have been added to the racing program. Events for these will take place Feb. 25 and 26 inside the shelter of the San Pedro harbor breakwater opposite Cabrillo Beach. Any small boat owner whose craft falls within the five classifications set up for the small boat regatta may enter in the Cabrillo Beach events. An entry of more than 80 bo...
FATHER MCDONALD BACK AT THE EAGLE BOCK CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
FATHER MCDONALD BACK AT THE EAGLE BOCK CHURCH Father McDonald, who has been absent from St. Dominic’s church almost two years, has returned to take up his duties in the parish. After spending several months in missionary work* in Oregon and Washington, Father McDonald Us delighted to be back among the people of Eagle Hock who have given him a warm welcome. Father Lewis, who is away on business, and Father Olsen, who recently came to Eagle Rock from Portland, will continue on in connection with the church here, in association with Father McDonald.
DOG SHOW FEB. 24-25 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
DOG SHOW FEB. 24-25 Canine fanciers from practically every community in Southern California will enter their pedigreed pets in the Pasadena National Midwinter Dog Show, to judge by advance inquiries pouring in by telephone, wire and mail to Jack Bradshaw, superintendent. The show is to be staged Feb. 24 and 25 in Pasadena’s new civic auditorium. Alf Delmont, of Wynnewood, Pa., will preside over the rings as judge.
Page B3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
PROTECTIVE LUBRICATION BY RICHFIELD &gt; . . •-.* IK Lußi*fca'tlQikS6ifVicet)&amp;3c*d &amp;y the Engineering, Staff of the Richfield Oil Company. TO BE HAD AT—“JERRYS” Eagle Rock Service Station 4755 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. THINK OF IT A Hand Tailored Suit from guaranteed Imported English woolens, finest made, from long fibre Australian wool, the best grown. Made here on our own benches. Fitted before finished and guaranteed in every respect for only- } y $25-« # FOR GOODWILL WEEK ONLY HABEN THE TAILOR 5119 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. Around Corner from Security Bank Walk Around Corner and Save Money
Editorial [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
Editorial "BUY EAGLE ROCK” The suggestion made in the above headline is not going to be a hard one for any body for this week-end, judging by the advertisements of local stores, appearing in this edition of the Eagle Rock Advertiser. The merchants are making it easy, in this “Goodwill and Friendship Week,” to take an interest in buying in Eagle Rock. “Buy in Eagle Rock,” a “line" much used by the Eagle Rock Advertiser during all its existance. is more than an appeal to community patriotism or as an effort to help the local merchants. It tells the fact, in four words, that real economies can be made at the local stores, and therefore is to the advantage of the shopper. During this celebration week, for today, tomorrow and Saturday, additional cuts in price of all classes of items of merchandise, needed in the home constantly, will be found in the •tores. One only needs glance at I the advertisements appearing in this | edition of the Advertiser to learn that fact. o TOO COSTLY Since ...
UNCLE SID SAYS: [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
UNCLE SID SAYS: Some way or other I can’t get so excited over the prognostications of the amateur weather prophets. Besides I have even noted mistakes on weather prophecy by the groundhog, the badger, mud nest building hornets, even old Indian medicine men. So, we’ll probably have to let Nature take her course.
GIVES DETAIL OF CHEST CAMPAIGN [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
GIVES DETAIL OF CHEST CAMPAIGN A total of 186,576 subscriptions by individuals and firms, aggregating $2,908,939.74, was made to the Los Angeles Community Chest during the recent campaign, according to a statement just issued by D. C. MacWatters, general manager of the Chest. This amount was the equivalent of 84.50 per cent of the goal of $3,442,958, set up by the budget committee as the minimum required to finance the 1932-33 welfare and relief program of the 101 private agencies federated in the Community Chest. The further fact is cited by Mac--Watters that the amount is 87.54 per cent of the total secured during the annual call of a year ago, $3,322.691, —the greatest amount of . money by more than $600,000, ever | raised locally for welfare and charitable relief. Discussing the campaign just closed the Chest executive directs attention to the fact that of the total this year, $2,404,849.31, was subscribed for the regular agency and Chest fund on a goal of $2,442,958., which inc...
Page B4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
EAGLE ROCK HEALTH CENTER By Dr* D. J. Oi»on CHIROPRACTOR 2270 Colorado Blvd. CL 62528 ECZEMA QUESTION— My boy has had a 1 'breaking-out” on his face for several months which the Doctors have diagnosed as eczema. Medecines which I have used don’t to do It any good. What treatment would you recommend? ANSWER —Correction of the diet and treatment with actinic rays will clear the condition up in a short time. Skin erruptions are always due to toxins (or poisons) in the blood, and in some cases a specific infection which is quickly overcome by the germicidal action of actinic rays. If the diet or elemination are at fault they must also be corrected in order to make the results permanent. Usually only a few treatments are required in conditions of this kind. NOTE —Dr. Olson will gladly answer any health question. Send a stamped, addressed envelope. In some cases he will answer through this column. Watch it weekly. there will be available for distribution to agencies and Chest departments ...
Page B5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
THIRD CALL AND FINAL BULLETIN SAGER’S STATIONERY &amp; GIFT SHOP STATIONERY- OFFICE SIIPPIIES-TOYS-GIFTS-PICTURES-CARDS LEATHER GOODS - SILHOUETTES- PARTY GOODS - Bit FINAL THREE DAYS OF TH OVERSTOCK SACRIFICE IS SALE 'Thlt Week c FEATURE r 1 V REMINGTON STANDARD 1 TYPEWRITER 1 $1195 A standard typewriter selling formerly for $45.00. Reconditioned and in good shape, just to see if you rercognize real value, take it home friendship days for— KODAK SPECIAL Vest Pocket Kodak, Series 111 with P. 7.9 lens, making fine clear pictures VAxi'A Inches. Aluminum body covered with i baby orep* leather and all metal parts finj islied Yir'Mcdkel and black enamel. 'Price complete with black leather carrying case, $13.50. Friendship sales days—cumcu mis69s FOUNTAIN PENS % regular size fountain pen with 14K point, iridium tip. Come in |ind write with it. A variety of colors. For IQ C Jood will Week *• $1.50 CORRESPONDENCE CARDS \ beautiful hand-made card with deckel on all sides. In ivory. T...
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 9 February 1933
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH 16th Church of Christ, Scientist, A Branch of the Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist ,in Boston, Mass. Bolds services in the church edifice at 5006 Ellenwood Drive. Sunday service, 11 a.m. Subject of lesson-sermon; “Soul.” ’ Sunday school 9:30 a.m. For - pupils between the ages of 4 and 20. Wednesday meeting, R p.m. Reading room Is open 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., except on Sundays and holidays. Reading room 2038 Colorado Blvd.