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Page B7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
TO BUY, SELL, RENT OR EXCHANGE USE Classified Advertisements garjgr ** r b : 2 Personal Business LICENSED cement contractor. First class work, reasonable. "Elmer Adair, 1423" N. Ave. 48. ALbany 8787. tfl9c ROOFING Complete Roofing Service Estimates free Time payments. Lewis Roof Co. ALbany 9853 JOBBING CARPENTER Wants work. All work guaranteed. Rates reasonable. AL. 5431. 4932 Avoca tf26c GOLDEN RULE BROTHERHOOD IFree wrecking - insurance —lawn and garden work. Rubbish and dirt hauling. Excavating. Decomposed Granite for sale. AL. 4117—Evenings AL. 5110. DRESSMAKING 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 SEWER connecting and Sewer Stoppage. Excavating. Hauling. Tree cutting. Wood. Eucalyptus, % cord $7.50. Other wood *6 cord $5.50. AL. 5041. Ttf22c ROOFER Repairs shingle, tar, comp, paper roofs. Experienced work guar. C. A. Greenlee, 445...
Page B7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
5 For Rent—Furn. FOR RENT— : Purn. 6 rni house. Furn. complete. 2136 Yosemite. AL. 2763 or see Mrs. Shuler, Kilty’s Dry Goods. 2tl6c FOR RENT—Furn. large store, suitable for market, drug store, or what? Also furn. cottages and apartments, $lO &amp; $l5. Garages. 2736 Colorado Blvd. Itl6c FOR RENT Furnished 3-room cottage and garage. 4844 Ruth St. Call AL. 9216. tf6c FOR RENT—Furn, $17.00. 3 room house. Garage and fireplace. Water paid. Nice place. 1627 Fair Park. tf9c FOR RENT—Four rm. modern bungalow. Nicely furnished. Garage. 2251 Addison Way. CL. 63267. tfl3c ROOMS—FOR RENT—Furn. rooms, $1.50 per week. Cozy, clean apartments, $3. per week. 2112*4 Colorado Blvd. tfl3c 6 For Rent—Unfurn. HOUSES—FOR RENT—Unfurn. extra choice, beautiful 11 rooms, 2 bath home near Glendale High. $65.00. Mrs. P. E. McDowell, 2863 Broadway, Eagle Rock. Itl6p FOR RENT —5 room stucco. Garage. Rent $30.00 month. 5129 Sierra Villa Dr. cor. Colorado. 5042 Monte Bonita Dr. AL. 425J FOR RENT—Unfurn. 4 ...
Page B7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
6 For Rent—Unfurn. FOR RENT —Almost new stucco. 4 rms. $15.00. Close schools. N. Figueroa car. 2 bed rms. 6239 Strickland. AL. 1497. Itl6c 8 Real Estate t FOR EXCHANGE—North of Colorado Blvd., Beautiful 5 room modern home. $2,500.00 mtg. Will sell or exchange for an acre. Mrs. P. E. McDowell, 2863 Broadway, Eagle Rock. Itl6p SPECIAL Six-room frame, near Hill drive. Two blocks to car line, Only $2900. TERMS Scholfield &amp; Sheppard 1622 Colorado Blvd. AL 8223 FORCED SALE Beach Lot Beautiful Manhattan Beach $750.00 COST $2,000.00 ONLY 100 feet to ocean. SAY! WHAT an OPPORTUNITY! It MUST go this MONTH! WE HAVE one of the most beautiful homes in Eagle Rock. Above Colorado Blvd. Occupies TWO lots, 100 x 163 6 ROOMS, 2 STORY STUCCO Highly Improved Grounds, most expensive plants and shrubs. WILL SACRIFICE for less than half original cost. Let Us Show You This J. C. RICHARDSON Realty Co. 5028 EAGLE ROCK BLVD. AL. 2216 and Res. AL. 8607 FOR SALE Chicago owner, wires, must sacrifice ...
Page B7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
8 Real Estate TRADE—Have your own snow—--5 clear lots in Big Bear—trade for lot in Eagle Rock. AL2848. Itl6p FOR SALE—S29SO Beautiful 5 rm. house. Close to schools, car line, stores. Large lot. Splendid neighborhood. $250 cash. Bal. same as rent. CL. 63966. Owner. 3tMTMI3c j HOME BUYER’S OPPORTUNITY A 5-ROOM HOUSE, California type, livable, but needs some repair, well located—sl6oo, on terms A 5-RM. FRAME, newly decorated, close to high school and stores; a very neat little home. $2750 terms F. S. ROSS 1586 Colorado AL. 8323 lt9c FOR SALE—Good 5 Room house In fine condition. $75 down, $lB per month. Inquire 1420 Yosemite drive. Itl6c 11 For Sale New Used Mahogany Dresser (like new $12.50 Day Beds with Pads—ss.oo, $7.50, £l3-50. i}Pd $15,00 Walnut Desk $8.95 Walnut Bookcase $12.00 Duofolds—with pads $5.00 each Gas Ranges, Hi &amp; Lo Ovens— End Tables 50c - $1.25 &amp; $3.50 Large Leather Rocker $7.75 Twin Beds $3,50 each Baby Carriages $3.50 &amp; $5.00 Coal ...
Page B7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
11 For Sale NEW AND USED FURNITURE | Rebuilt Range, like new $11.25 4-Piece Breakfast Set $4.00 j Round Wicker Table $1.50 , 2-Piece Overstuffed Set $9.50 i 4 Tube Super Het. Crosley I Radio $17.99 I Remington Typewriter $24.50 Wheeler &amp; Wilson Sew. 1 Machine $3.75 Book Shelvfes $2.50 Books of all kinds from 5c up Call Us for Estimate on Repairing, • Refinishing or Upholstering. Light Hauling Cheap. COLE FURNITURE CO. 1578 Colorado Blvd. AL 8101 TRADE —% Karat perfect blue white diamond for 1928 Chevrolet cuope. Call CApital 3388 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Itl6p
PLAYGROUND HAS PUPPETRY CLASS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
PLAYGROUND HAS PUPPETRY CLASS Puppetry, the little puppets that dance on a string—ls to be taught at the Yosemite playground. Miss Dorothy Hopkins conducts a class in this engaging art at 3 o’clock Tuesday afternoons. Adults and children are both invited to join the class. Many original ideas will be achieved, and those who already have undertaken the work, are much interested.
“ALLISON’S HOUSE” OPENED AT PLAYHOUSE TUESDAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
“ALLISON’S HOUSE” OPENED AT PLAYHOUSE TUESDAY Susan Oiaspell’s Pulitzer prize winning play, “Alison’s House,” built around legends and rumors of the life of the poetess Emily Dickinson, opened at the Pasadena Community Playhouse, Tuesday evening, a week earlier than previously announced. Ruth Matteson, popular stage actress, who was seen at the Playhouse as Paul in “The Devil Passes,” and Addison Richards, Playhouse actor-director, who played “Magnus” in the same production, are playing the leading roles. The supporting cast as announced by Gllmor Brown Includes Miss Ray Murray, Mary Ellen Planner, Murray Yeats, Robert Kreisman, Phyllis Wilson, Robert Morkil, Lucy Clarkson and Mr. and Mrs. James N. Hawks.
FOUR VICTORS TO BE IN BIG MEET [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
FOUR VICTORS TO BE IN BIG MEET Saturday morning, four Eagle Rock boys, who won first places in the senior, inter-mediate, Junior i and midget basketball contests, conducted by R. A. Chase at Yosemite playground, Saturday night will go to Polytechnic high school to compete in the county finals. The winners from the local playground are: senior, Clark Tavenor, score 43: inter-mediate, Gordon Marshall, 39; punlor, Marshall Trout, 33; midget, John Dickerson, 23. As a reward for their victories these boys will be taken to the U. C. L. A.—Stanford basket-ball game. Second places in the contest were won by Harry Digham, Dick Jutras, John Brown and Ed Spaniol.
PROVIDE WAY FOR CLOSE SIGHT OF CONSTITUTION [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
PROVIDE WAY FOR CLOSE SIGHT OF CONSTITUTION To make it possible for children and parents to view the historic ship ‘Constitution’ at close range from the water side, excursions are to be run on regular schedules from Cabrillo Beach, it is announced by the city recreation department. Until the Cabrillo Beach pier, now being repaired ,is ready for use, boats will leave the fishing pier at the San Pedro harbor breakwater, and carry visitors in a circuit about the famous old frigate, allowing them to view the ship from the most advantageous position, it was announced.
BACKYARD PLAYGROUNDS CONTEST BEING PLANNED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
BACKYARD PLAYGROUNDS CONTEST BEING PLANNED Development of Los Angeles backyards into playgrounds where children and parents may enjoy happy playtime hours is to be the object | of a city-wide backyard playground j contest, scheduled to start immed- : lately under joint sponsorship of the Tenth District Parent-Teacher Federation and the city Recreation department, it is announced. Parents throughout the city are to be urged to develop their yards as recreation centers, to provide safe play areas for their children as well as recreational facilities which all members of the family may utilize. Due to reduced working hours, unemployment, and other present day conditions, many parents are 'who has a backyard to enter the finding themselves confronted with I leisure time and little activity with which to occupy it. To make it possible for everyone contest, rules of competition have divided the event into four classes. In the first class will be entered backyard playgrounds developed with...
Page B8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
Sun Goshi BEN OKUBO, Manager Free Delivery 1576 Colorado CL. 69114 iraUy to “Bod for relief" Troml ' Specials—Thurs., Fri., and Sat., Feb. 16—17—18 FANCY NEWTON PIPPIN APPLES 12^25' Best Cooking and Eating FANCY DELICIOUS APPLES •••■8 !k 2s c Snappy, Juicy, Best Eating SELECTED FANCY STRAWBERRY RHUBARB 3 1k 25 c Hot House Grown from Washington SOLID, RIPE, EXTRA FANCY TOMATOES 2 ,bs * 19 c Mexico Grown FRESH RIPE HAWAIIAN piNEAPPLES Each 23 c FANCY SWEET, JUICY TANGERINES 3 lbs. JQc SWEET CRISPY CHULA VISTA CELERY JJEARTS ... Bunch 9c 4 or more to a bunch FRESH, LARGE BUNCH CARROTS, TURNIPS 9 bnchs JQc Same Finest Quality
Page B8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 16 February 1933
Grocery prices except butter effective from Fri., Feb. 17, through and including Tues., Feb. 21, in all stores within 35 miles of Los Angeles. BUTTER M 17c La France at Safeway, Sunset Gold at Piggly Wiggly. Fri. and Sat. only. O ATT Cl QUAKER, QUICK or I XX A 0 REGULAR—SS-OZ. Your choice of quick or regular Quaker Oats. X.imit two packages per customer. CS. A O CRYSTAL WHITE or O--0 XX Jt WHITE KING—PER BAR tmt** Your choice of Crvstal White or White King. Limit 10 bars to each customer. MAXIMUMsssISt Max-i-muM brand peanut butter, in 2-lb. jars, rich and smooth. Limit 2 jars. X&lt;o A snow- "1 O r Vl\fiv£liCll\o FLAKE A£* c Snowflakes, crisp, crunchy salted sodas baked by famous N. B. C. 1-lb. pkg. tf* T T IVT A MISSION no. H 1 €\rA w All XX CHOICE TIN ItV'* Mission brand choice light-meat tuna, rich and full-flavored. Fine for salads. ITTDDI?O SNACKS *5 TINS 1 JIwkJLMTMr E« Ax acme O for Xw c Acme Kipper Snacks, boneless fillets of kippered herring. 3%-oz. tins on sale. C...
Organize To Fight North Figueroa Assessment Petition Being Drawn; Meeting Saturday Night [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
Organize To Fight North Figueroa Assessment Petition Being Drawn; Meeting Saturday Night Growing sentiment against the N. Figueroa St. assessment levied on property in this district was crystalized last week with preparation of protest petitions to be signed by property owners and submitted to the city council March 28, the date for protest hearing. A joint committee, representing the Eagle Rock Chamber of Commerce and the Eagle Rock Taxpayers league, met Thursday afternoon and checked over various phases of the community problem. R. E. Wilson, of the Bank of America, Dr. M. M. Null, Franklin Dobbs, Carol L. Evans and Bert Cox of the committee are having the petitions prepared by C. R. Ogg. A protest meeting, when the assessment matter will be aired by speakers, and a campaign made to secure signers for the protest and to outline the work of circulating the petitions, will be held Saturday evening at the Eagle Rock central grammar school. The meeting has been called for 8 o'clock, b...
Inter-Club Will Hold Its 1933 Event on Tues. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
Inter-Club Will Hold Its 1933 Event on Tues. About 60 guests, representing 20 organizations of a civic and social nature, will attend the annual banquet of the Inter-Club association Tuesday evening, at 6:30 o’clock, at Oakmont Country club. Invitations were issued the first part of the month and every organization here has sent in reservations to the committee. The list of guests includes a noteworthy array of names of community workers, active in clubs, business organizations, Chamber of Commerce and in professional groups. The speaker will be Dr. Wm. B. Henley, lecturer on citizenship and public administration at U.S.C. The topic of Dr. Henley's address will be “Citizenship.” H. G. Warren, 1 president of the Inter-Club associa-j tion, will act as toast-master. 1 The Inter-Club has acted as an official community group here for several years, and draws its support and membership from all organizations. The banquet has become an event affording the representatives of the community a...
RHODES DIRECTS WOMEN S CHORUS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
RHODES DIRECTS WOMEN S CHORUS Announcement that the chorus of the Women’s 20th Century club has undergone an entire re-organization, has created a stir of interest. The chorus, of about 30 members, long has been a feature of the club, and it is expected the new plan of organization will bring a great increase in membership. Ellis Rhodes, who formerly made his home here, and who has built up an enviable reputation as soloist and director of opera, oratorio and chorus, has been selected as director. Mr. Rhodes, who is at present director of the Wilshire Blvd. Christian church choir, has directed church choirs in many parts of the United States, from New York to California, and also many operas and oratorios, and is at present director general of the Orange County Opera Co. and the Ellis Rhodes Singers. In addition to the local group, several members of women’s clubs in Glendale have signified their intention of joining the Eagle Rock chorus. Mrs. Charles Burnett will continue as chair...
MBS. GEO. DEAN IS HURT IN COLLISION OF CARS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
MBS. GEO. DEAN IS HURT IN COLLISION OF CARS Mrs. George Dean, whose home is Fair Park and Floristan Avenues, was severely cut about the head Saturday afternoon when a car driven by Mr. Dean and a truck delivering one of the afternoon dailies were in collision on Colorado Blvd., near Hartwick. The Dean car was badly damaged. Mrs. Dean was removed to her home and a physician called. It was not believed her injuries were dangerous, though severe and painful.
“PANTS BURGLAR” CAUGHT IN TEXAS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
“PANTS BURGLAR” CAUGHT IN TEXAS John Pegram, known variously as the "pants burglar,” "barefoot burglar” and the “clothespin burglar,” who police said confessed to an attempted kidnapping of a nine-year old girl here last October, and who made good his escape from Monrovia police when he was caught there later, following a burglary, is to face prosecution. Police, following on the trail of Pegram’s wife who had been living in Long Beach, apprehended Pegram in Texas. Highland Park officers were notified that Pegram will be returned to Los Angeles to face charges of burglary and breaking from custody. The prisoner was said to have figured in several additional burglary jobs before fleeing to Texas. Another burglary job in Highland Park was recently cleared up when an arrested suspect confessed to stealing of a safe from the FoxHighland theater.
Plan Is Made For Pupils To See Ironsides [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
Plan Is Made For Pupils To See Ironsides In order that all parents may have opportunity of taking their children to Los Angeles harbor to see the U. S. S. Constitution, the school superintendent has granted each school permission to have a shortened session for one day. The day for Eagle Rock school will be Thursday. School that day will open at 8 a.m. and close at 12:20 p.m., giving ample time for a visit to Berth 57, Wilmington, where "Old Ironsides" is moored. Visiting is allowed until 5 p.m. Saturday afternoon, the 17th district of the American Legion auxiliary, sponsored many groups of children on a visit to the vessel. Many distinguished visitors and officers of the district were present.