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REGISTRATION FOR JOBS TOTALS 710 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
REGISTRATION FOR JOBS TOTALS 710 Registrations for work continue at the Chamber of Commerce. A. R. Rose has been a constant assistant, and with his help 710 men have been enrolled for work on the Colorado river aqueduct. This registration includes Highland Park, as well as Eagle Rock. Registrations for county stabilization total 451 Eagle Rock citizens, with transfers that were registered in Los Angeles swelling the number to over 500 men. Recently 200 men were sent to work at the north end of Santa Anita Ave., Arcadia, and this, with a few exceptions, gives employment of from 8 to 16 days for all married men who registered at the Chamber of Commerce before last September. A list of over 100 men who registered since that date, will receive the next calls. Over 20 applications for work on the aqueduct are being held for proof that the applicants were residents of the Metropolitan Water District since Sept. 29, 1930. These are in addition to 710 registrations sent in.
j Date For Big Show Is Fixed For April 21 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
j Date For Big Show Is Fixed For April 21 H. I. DeVol and his committee of “entertainment engineers” went into a huddle last week ,and emerged with a well drafted plan for a Chamber of Comerce show, which is to be given at Eagle Rock high; school auditorium on the evening of April 21. This event, which will draw forth . talent from the community as, though a huge magnet was placed in operation for the purpose, is to be called "Community Highlights.” A well-known theatrical producer is being drawn into the “magnetic circle” to act as master of ceremonies and director in chief. Then there is the matter of price. Experts have been figuring and are preparing to offer the production on 1 a scale of prices which will not exclude anyone. The talent procured for the performance will be an-1 nounced later. And Mr. DeVol gives assurance • that the show will be “The Best Yet,” and folks have confidence in | his word.
VETERAN SOCIETY HOSTS TO UNITY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
VETERAN SOCIETY HOSTS TO UNITY All members of Unity unit, American Legion auxiliary, have been invited to be guests of the Spanish American War Veterans tonight at the hall on N. Ave. 57 and Figueroa St„ when Mrs. Gertrude Lawrence, a member of Unity and also a member of the SpanishAmerican War Veterans society, is to be presented with a certificate of merit from national headquarters for her services in building up the organization. A special program has been prepared. The Highland Park Legion auxiliary has also been invited to attend. Mrs. Lawrence was the organizer of the Highland Park auxiliary drill team.
E. R. DANCERS WIN OLD-TIME EVENT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
E. R. DANCERS WIN OLD-TIME EVENT In competition with 10 other plagrounds of the city, the Eagle Rock group which represented Yosemite at Echo Park Thursday night at an old-time dance competition won first place, and Ray Littlejohn, Jr„ caller for the group, was selected as the best caller. A large number of Eagle Rock people attended the contest and enthusiastically applauded the contestants. Out of four groups from Eagle Rock, only one group of eight was allowed to compete. These were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thompson, Mrs. Robinett, Mrs. P. S. Moore, Mr. Holland and Mr. Wise. A three-piece orchestra accompanied the dancers, the musicians including Ray Littlejohn, Mr. Townsend and Mrs. Daybriner. Judges were selected by the playground department. Only one group, with Its own orchestra was allowed the floor at one time.
CLUB WILL GIVE AN ORIENTAL TEA [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
CLUB WILL GIVE AN ORIENTAL TEA | An Oriental tea has been arranged for next Thursday afternoon, by the Women’s 20th Century club as a pleasing change from the usual club meeting. On the program, 1 presented at 2 o’clock, Ann Douglas will be seen i na group of dances. Miss Douglas studied for some I time in the Orient and was also with Ruth St. Denis for many years. She appeared in "Site Orchids” with Greta Garbo and has also ap- ' peared with Micha Ito. The double trio of the Women's club will render a group of selections. This organization is com-( j posed of Teckla Elderkin, Ruth 1 Cates, Erna Earl, Nellie Young, Francis Cooley and Helen Goebel, with Edna May West, accompanist. The following new members have been admitted to the club: Mesdames Martha Van Gelder, Eva D. Lawson, Edna H. Cole, Ralph Miller, W. H. Kirchner, John B. Shepard and Morris Campbell.
Hold E. R. Man For Daylight Burglary Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
Hold E. R. Man For Daylight Burglary Wed. j With the arrest Thursday of Peter J. Zimmerman, 30, of 4840 Neola place, charged with day-light burglary of the home of F. H. Moulthroup, 5169 Maywood Ave., Wednesday afternoon, Highland 0 Park police chalked up another speedy inroad against crime in this district. Zimmerman will be arraigned in court this morning. Zimmerman denied all knowledge of the burglary, where entry was made by breaking the glass in the front door. Blood on the floor indicated the intruder had been cut by the broken glass in the door. Zimmerman was found to have a wound in his chest, which he claimed was made by a gunshot, but examining physicians reported to police that the wound was not made by a bullet but looked as if it were a cut from sharp glass. Fingerprints of the arrested man tallied with those taken about the Moulthroup home, police stated. | “This cleans up all of the cases on the docket of this district" Detective Capt. B. W. Thomason stated. "Men of t...
PLAN PARTY FOR VETS IN HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
PLAN PARTY FOR VETS IN HOSPITAL Unity unit, American Legion auxiliary, will join with four other units the evening of March 10, in giving a party for disabled veterans at Sawtelle hospital. Mrs. Lettie Fraser, hospital chairman for the local unit, announced at the last meeting that Unity will join with Navy, Lennox, Inglewood and Walter Brinkop units. The party will take place in Ward hall. On Washington’s birthday, triangular hats of dark blue crepe paper will adorn the trays of bed patients at Sawtelle. These favors were made by hospital chairmen and their helpers. A shamrock will be used as tray favors on St. Patrick’s day, March 17.
HOME DESTROYED, HELP IS SOUGHT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
HOME DESTROYED, HELP IS SOUGHT Their home and possessions desi troyed by fire and water last Tuesi day. Mrs. E. M. Herbuck, and family |of four boys under 14 years, and j her aged mother, have sought help I through the emergency relief com--1 mittee of the Inter-Club association. [ An appeal is made to the people of Eagle Rock to help meet the sudden need. Mrs. Eunice Picelich. representing the Eagle Rock grammar school P.T.A., and Frederick A. Pargellis, chairman of the Inter-Club relief committee, are endeavoring to procure aid for the family. The family is left with little but the clothing they wear. Their needs cover anything in the line of wearing apparel, food, bedding and other home necessities. 'The people of Eagle Rock have always responeded with the greatest generosity to the needs here," Mrs. Picelich stated. 'The mother is a working woman trying to support her four sons, while the grandmother takes care of them,” said Mrs. Picelich. "They do not know what caused the fire...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
STORE NO. 4 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. 1700 COLORADO BLVD. SPECIALS FOR: MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 21 AND 22 QVALTINE Small 3§c Lg. No. 1 size 74 c JAM Berf y Big Jar 20 c V ALL FLAVORS V THE NATURAL WAY TO HEALTH LACTOSE AND DEXTRINE is a colon food prepared to change the intestinal flora, promoting growth of the friendly bacteria, and allowing the carbohydrates, starch and sugar, to reach the intestines. The entire system is regulated and the blood stream cleansed by eliminating the toxic waste through the use of our LACTOSE and DEXTRINE in which the starch has been thoroughly dextrinized, making it more soluble than other similar products, to enter the colon more quickly. LACTOSE and DEXTRINE 1 lb. Tin, Regular 65c 49c 5 lb. Tin, Regular $2.75 $2.15 PSYLLIUM SEED, Regular 75c lb. 25c VEGETALIZED SALT Pkg. 15c AG-AR-GEL 3 for 25c A VEGETABLE GELATIN DESSERT SOYA BEAN FLOUR lb. pkg. 18c LIMA BEAN FLOUR lb. pkg. 15c NATURAL BROWN RICE 2 lbs. 15c SOYA...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
PERSONAL An enjoyable program was presented by Bert Harwell, ranger naturalist of Yosemite valley, under auspices of the Rockdale P.T.A. Friday night at the high school. The program featured “Music of 'the Out-of-Doors.” The glee club of the Eagle Rock junior high school w the- -high-eeh«ol«-erchestra •’to 1, JSted with the program. A large audience was present. Mrs. J. D. Kilty, who was injured In a traffic accident on Christmas day, was taken for her first automobile ride Friday afternoon by Mrs. Clara Bruce. Saturday afternoon she was taken in a wheel chair to the Kilty dry goods store, where she happily greeted her friends. Mrs, Kilty is not yet able to walk alone, although she can take a few steps with assistance. She will be taken to the store for a short time each afternoon this week, it is planned. Mrs. L. F. Boyles, mother of Mrs. Clara Bruce and Mrs. Ellla Shuler, is reported recovering nicely from a major operation which she un- 1 derwent two weeks ago. Mrs. Boyles ! is a...
MOUNTAIN ROADS DRY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
MOUNTAIN ROADS DRY Warm sunshiny days have aided the county road department in clearing the roads into Big Pines,] the Los Angeles county playground,! with the result that roads into camp] are now wide enough for three way] traffic and the road bed is dry all the way into camp. The excellent condition of the roads makes access to the camp without chains, possible. A huge crowd was at the camp Sunday to view the triangular ski meet between the Arrowhead, Big Pines and Wrightwood Ski clubs.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
-H OME LAND-CENTRAL-MARKET 5014 Eagle Rock Blvd. Closed OflE BLOCK SOUTH OF COLORADO BOULEVARD IN EAGLE EdfeK ‘ * SPECIALS—Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday. February 20, 21, and 22 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES GROCERY DEPARTMENT CHEESE Brookfield. Assorted x k lb. pkg. 1 c With purchase 2 rolls West Coast Toilet Tissue, big 1000 sheet rolls 2 for 15c BROOKFIELD OREGON CHEESE lb. 14c VINEGAR CIDER. Bring Your Jug. Gal. 1 gel HONEY ... lb. can 1 gc I CHALLENGE . .pkg. oc| EGGS DOZEN Igc Lucky, Chesterfield Old Gold, Camels LARGE. STRICTLY FRESH. COFFEE DEL MONTE ik-25 1 MACARONI Q TllfffSl "t Ac SPAGHETTI Q PEAS Q cans 9 gc Entwood. Sweet. No. I Tins PEACHES No. 2% Can Ilk Libby’s De Luxe. Sliced or Halves. v BUTTER I’—ll9' COLORADO GOLD MEAT DEPARTMENT BACON Mb-ft* U " SWIFT’S PREMIUM With Purchase Qt. “Home Made” Mayonnaise at low price of Quart 25c LAMB CHOPS lb. Igc GENUINE LAMB VEAL STEW lb. gc dILK FED VEAL PORK CHOPS lb. IQc EASTERN CORN FED PURE LARD...lb.pkg. gc CUDAHY’...
Editorial [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
Editorial THAT FIGUEROA PROTEST In the matter of relief from the proposed assessment for the N. Figueroa St. opening and improvement, if Eagle Rock property owners are to secure any action it is going to be necessary for Eagle Rock to present a solid front, and a front which represents the greater part of the owners of property in this community. A half-hearted protest, signed by a small percentage of the owners of lots in this district is not likely to do much good. It would get consideration, of a kind, of course, but it might be expected that would be about all. There are several thousands of pieces of property in Eagle Rock, and every one of them will have to pay its assessment on the N. Figueroa improvement. That assessment will be just what the city assessment bureau proposes, $7.50 per 50-foot lot, and more on property on Hill drive, unless the protest from this community is so vigorous and so representative that the city) officials cannot avoid recognition of it. What might ...
UNCLE SID SAYS— [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
UNCLE SID SAYS— Something seems to be wrong with the lines of communication between the rest of the country and Washington and the halls of congress. It has taken about three and half months for the news of what the people said at the November election to reach the halls of congress, and some members don’t seem to know even yet.
—LINT— [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
—LINT— By J. G. R. Try this on your own piano, to the tune of “Maryland, My Maryland”: Technocracy, technocracy That’s all I hear; There won’t be boarders anymore, There won’t be beggars at the door. Technocracy, technocracy, I shed my tear. Technocracy. And so what. Economic structures crumble Thrones of power take a tumble But I can’t see but what the sun Shines just like it has always done. And so what. Who'll pay the jobless? Might also be asked—who’ll job the payless? Suggestion as to disposal of “Merry-go-round.” It might be moved to the P.T.A. art exhibit as an example of plastic art. Or tliey might put it among the souvenirs from foreign countries. Or they might put it anywhere. What’s the difference between thinking and just thinking that you think?
JUDGE LANDRETH WILL BE BEELECTION CANDIDATE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 20 February 1933
JUDGE LANDRETH WILL BE BEELECTION CANDIDATE Municipal Judge Harold B. Landreth last week announced he is a candidate to succeed himself in proposition No. 4 on the municipal bench at the coming election. The announcement was accompanied by the indorsement of more than a score of men and women prominent in the legal profession, business and club life. Judge Landreth was appointed to the municipal bench by former Governor C. C. Young January 5, 1931. At the present time he is hearing civil non-jury cases. He sat for a year in a criminal division of the court and was assigned to the superior court for seven months.