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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
PttnvM WRMnnu coiiwwi* INSTANT POSTI Pac Can' Sanborn ults use B. R. Advertiser Want Advertisements. EAGLE ROCK’S ORANGE market WHOLESALE and RETAIL Where you buy Better Oranges, Grapefruit and Lemons, Cheaper. You can do better at this exclusive Citrus Market. Highway Prices. JUICE ORANGES .box fiftc SWEET NAVELS. GOOD SIZE ”1/ ORANGES 4- dozen 15 C SWEET. GOOD SIZE. -ALarger ORANGES box 75c to $ 1.25 LARGE SWEET NAVELS. A These are choice fruit. Very low prices for this quality. By the Box or Half Box. GRAPEFRUIT ZTI O for 9^c Sweet Seedless. Arizona or Imperial ” SIZE 64 AND 80 LEMONS LARGE FANCY SIZES Dozen SC-15 C -10 C We Deliver Any Amount Any Place in Eagle Rock. NEW DEAL jyjARKET 1954 COLORADO BLVD.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
r -'r-ir-ir Jr-lr-lagrtißigmißiifgiar. ENGEL GARAGE GENERAL REPAIRING Have you Valve Trouble? Special for this week— VALVE GRINDING $1 Per Cylinder Any Make of Car. EAGLE BOCK BLVD., _ At Fair Park STERLING’S BEAUTY SHOP $1 Off on All Permanent Waves Until March I—Dollar Off These Regular Prices. NATURAL AND VITA TONIC (SOMMER’S) (FREDERIC’S) rw $2.95, $3.95, $4.95, $5.95 (Complete)— All Work Guaranteed SPECIAL Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs., Feb. 27-28-March 1-2 Soapless Oil Shampoo, Color Rinse, Dry Finger Wave -| and Manicure, ALL FOR Monday, Tuesday—Feb. 27-28 Shampoo, Color Rinse and Dry Finger Wave Balance of Week (Marcel 25c Extra) 60c 75c MARCEL 50c WET FINGER WAVE 25c DRY FINGER WAVE 40c EXPERT HAIR CUTTING 25c ioii lift Rlvij ; ffycccog W ' - t &lt;&amp;■.- * V.;. -r*;- HERti How We Cut Expen%e Positively Last Week AT THESE PRICES J Cleaning Prices Advance March Ist &lt; MEN’S SUITS Cleaned &amp; Pressed 23‘ PANTS ...... M ' m \ PANTS 17c [ I CLE...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
Market 2202-4-6-8 COLORADO BLVD. M PHONE; CLEVELAND 69516 BUY AMERICAN—BUY IN EAGLE ROCK BUY CALIFORNIA PRODUCTS Specials Thursday, Friday, Saturdky, FeTj; 23-24-25 CALVIN’S MEAT DEPARTMENT INDEPENDENTLY OWNED—NO LIMIT ON QUANTITY SWIFT’S PRE M M llcur \NV» 0 Vi §)CHg m r&amp;t s*Hi BACON i/ 2 lb. Pkg i With 1 lb. Brookfield Link Sausage it. at Regular Price 24c i StooW\e\&lt;\'“ V\XTC Vo'tV Sft\xM.^e // Swifts Premium ~jj SWIFT SHORTENING LUER’S PURE LARD FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER PLATE BOILING BEEF .1 lb. Pkg.) lb.) lb.) lb.) 5 C CHOICE POT ROAST BEEF lb.) PORK SHOULDER, whole or shank end Ib.) FRESH SLICED LIVER lb.) BABY BEEF HEARTS or SMALL HEARTS.... Ib.) 8c CENTER CUT CHUCK BEEF ROAST lb. 11c STEAKS—Swiss, Ground Round lb.) Round Bone Shoulder BEEF ROAST ..to, SHOULDER Faricy No. 1 MILK JiAMB lb. SHOULDER VEAL ROAST tenter Cuts .. Ib.) 2W LOIN PORK ROAST, Blade End lb.) BONELESS BEEF STEWING MEAT lb.) LEG Fancy No. 1 MILK LAMB lb.) ROLLED RIB ROAST lb.) LARGE LOI...
Editorial [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
Editorial RATHER A HEAVY TAX | lEople are beginning to squirm a |bit regarding the tax they pay every e**Tie they buy gasoline for their r , or truck—beginning to wonder |lf the proportion of tax to cost is ||not Just a little out of proportion—beginning to wonder if it is not time to call a halt upon the taxation, of one necessity; the motor Vehicle they require for their buslnest and for their everyday pursuits. N» doubt you have realized that frSwt'2s to 40- per cent of the money yo* pay to the service station man, wlttn you buy gasoline, is going for state highway and federal general fund-taxes. If you have not it is something to think about. The! state of California levies a tax ofj 3 cents per gallon of gasoline for, highway purposes. The federal gov-' emment levies another one cent for ' federal government expenses. That tnakes a total of 4 cents. j If you buy 10% cent gasoline, the; ta*&gt; you pay Is just under 40 per. teiit. Out of the' 6% cents per gal-1 loat. rem...
UNCLE SID SAYS— [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
UNCLE SID SAYS— Looks like we were going to see something new in the way of a race —this one between states, to see which first can get under way the machinery for conventions to decide about prohibition repeal. The quicker the better—let’s get the thing settled, so folks, whether pro- 1 ponents or opponents, can think of something else.
—LINT— [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
—LINT— By J G. R. Only 30,000 people tried to be the first ones to visit “Old Ironsides” Sunday. Some of them got near .enough to see the vessel's outline and a few hardy ones persisted in the big parade until they could the veteran of the sea. One man was disappointed be- I cause he wanted to stand on his corner. He donated $lO to the school children’s penny fund, but couldn't get near enough to the vessel to get even a penny's worth. I ' ~ It was a marvelous day for slght--1 seeing. And all the sights were not confined to mizzen masts and portholes. I. 1 Anyway, nativating one of those • 'full masted sailing vessels is almost 1 a lost art that may never be learnj ed again. They don’t teach* it in j the navy because they haven’t any use for the knowledge. 1 i! And when human beings cease to use a thing, the race soon forgets about it. We live with the present, we die with the past. We don't know how long the future will last. There’s something to think about in the story of the wom...
HEALTH CENTER EAGLE ROCK By Dr. D. J. Oi&on CHIROPRACTOR 2370 Colorado Bird. CL 62530 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
HEALTH CENTER EAGLE ROCK By Dr. D. J. Oi&amp;on CHIROPRACTOR 2370 Colorado Bird. CL 62530 VARICOSE VEINS I • .. ■ ' ■ QUESTION—I' have several large varicose veins which have caused me a great deal of trouble in the past three years. I have been to several doctors, but have received little or no results. Can you recommend any treatment that will help me? ANSWER —Actinic rays are very effective in destroying the infection and building up the vitality of the surrounding tissues, and at the same time producing a shrinkage of the dilated veins. Diathermy also gives much relief in this condition. The average length of time required in treating these cases is about two weeks to two months. It is usually, possible to eliminate the condition in that length of time. NOTE—Dr. Olson will gladly answer any health question. Send a stamped, addressed envelope. la some cases he will answer throng]* this column. Watch it weekly.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
Laddie.. iVe am ./ ■ &lt;-vrM IDEA'. IONCr AS ST. VALENT I Mg's EWr AMD I—INC.OUM'S SIRTHDAT ARE SO NEAR TOGSJHER celebßate'£m Together, and 'mam Patriotic ovß S\iT A S•v Kst Lk: To celebrate two days, MacTKriff Will give his wife a single gift. For Sandy is a saving soul To get a money's worth's his goal. You, too, had better buy where he Says you are sure of quality. SHEETS Good heavy quality sheets, size 81x99, or Yd. 79c 72x99. No starch. A SPECIAL VALUE at • , _ PILLOW CASES, 42x36, at Each 19c PRINTS —A new shipment of FANCY or N PLAIN COLORS, Now at Butterfield’s” Pueblo Yd. 15c CURTAIN MATERIALS Suitable for either living Room or Bed-room Yd 19c Some Special Values atf... ‘BLUB MOON” HOSIERY for ladies in either the service weight or chiffon. New spring shades. You will be pleased with these at pr. 59c EXTRA SPECIAL 2 Pairs SLOO VALUE
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
DRIVE IN 4714 EAGLE RO€K BLVD. R. N. WEAVE R, Proprietor. WE RESERVE THE BIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CLeveland 69375 SPECIALS on SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2% 24, and 25 29* Fine Granulated WITH PURCHASE % LB. ORANGE PEKOE TEA at low price ol 28c BEN HUR COFFEE pOUND CAN.. 32c The Original Drip MATCHES Carton,6ltaxes . IQc «TT«TTAn e-rrowp aUT'HllUlfPg JUNIOR. STRIKE ANYWHERE GLOBE A FLOUR 28 5 lbs 10s m FOOD Can Ke MARCO OR SKIPPY V WHEATIES Pkg. tAc WHOLE WHEAT FLAKES. Ready to Serve. PINK BEANS . Qlbs lAc FANGY ■* V CORN No. 2 Can IRIS. FANCY PETITE SALAD DRESSING I Qc DURKEE’S. LARGE 8-OZ. BOTTLE. VEGETABLE SOUP 9 LgCans 9ttc HORMEL FLAVOR SEALED "" "■ PANCAKE FLOUR .Lg. Pkg. 95c AUNT JEMIMA ““ ” SHORTENING lb. pkg. 1 Qc BEST FOODS SALT ...2ib.pkg.7l/2c LESLIE’S " • HOMINFT“ /No. Vh Can Qc FANCY A CHOCOLATE ...... 1/2 lb. pkg. 1 Ac BISHOP’S BEVERLY SWEET VANILLA ” GROUND CHOCOLATE lb.can9Ck BISHOP’S SIERRA “ KIDNEY BEANS 2 cans l9 c U. S. EXTRA LARGE FRESH RANCH...
P.T.A. Founders Program Pleases [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
P.T.A. Founders Program Pleases At San Rafael P.T.A. observance Of Founder’s Day Mrs. John A. Davis, program chairman, presented fn entertaining program. The children of Mias Cross’ room presented “Skills and Drills,” study games for reading, arithmetic and porrect speech. Mrs. Clark, legislation chairman, gave a iomprehengive talk on rates and distribution of taxes in county and state. I A delightful amusing costume Stay, "The First Founder’s Day” was presented by Mesdames Lewis, Marm. Bacon, Merrill, Teal, Fleming, 1 Ikindle and Pangerow. Mrs. Wag- i and Mrs. Fleming were respon-' sltolc for a beautifully decorated] birthday cake used in the play. Five former presidents of the P.-T-A- were honored guests, Mesdomes Baly, Olson, Hunt, Martin Lewis. Mrs. Queen, Highland HPuncll president, made a short* tplk. A friendly social hour followed Pie meeting.
BAPTISTS ARE TO HOLD JOINT MEETj [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
BAPTISTS ARE TO HOLD JOINT MEETj The Highland Park and Eagle Bock Baptist churches will unite in a Joint service Sunday afternoon at 8 o’clock, in the local Baptist church, corner of Colorado Blvd., and Loleta Ave. Dr. Harry Anderaon, who is directing a campaign Of the 40 Baptist churches participating in a simultaneous evangelistic campaign, has accepted an inaddress the meeting. The citizens of (' PflKowells reports “a fine •MgflT’ nMWlffihe Eagle Rock people,” While over at the Highland Park Baptist church, young and old are hacking ’Mr. Bryant up in a fine meeting series, he says.
fRIPS TO OLD IRONSIDES OPERATED FROM CABRILLO [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
fRIPS TO OLD IRONSIDES OPERATED FROM CABRILLO To take care of visitors wishing to inspect the historic frigate, Constitution, and at the same time avoid the congestion at the dock where the old ship is moored, excursion boats will ply between Cabrillo beach and the frigate at frequent intervals throughout the Constitution's stay in Los Angeles harbor, it is announced ’ by the city recreation department. Free parking for automobiles will be available at Cabrillo Beach, which is reached via Pacific Ave and 36th St., San Pedro. Prom the beach, boats will carry passengers, providing a seaward view of “Old Ironsides.” The passengers will be landed at the Constitution’s dock, and later picked up and returned to Cabrlilo Beach after having made a tour through the historic vessel.
OFFER MUNICIPAL OPERA PREMIERE THIS WEEK-END [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
OFFER MUNICIPAL OPERA PREMIERE THIS WEEK-END In its premiere presentation, the municipal opera fantasy, “Pled Piper of Hamlin,” will be produced on the stage of the Los Angeles High School auditorium on Friday and Saturday evenings, it is announced by the city recreation department. Written and composed by local grtists, and to be staged by members of the adult choral and dramatifc groups of Los Angeles playgrounds, the opera is expected to form an expression of the musical little theatre movement now in progress at the city’s public recreation centers. Principals and chorus in the cast Include the same talent which so successfully enacted the opera, «adar Bt«e,” test season-
LEGISLATION IS TOPIC OF P.T.A. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 23 February 1933
LEGISLATION IS TOPIC OF P.T.A. At a meeting of the high school P.T.A. Tuesday night, fathers and mothers of school children were urged to write their representatives in the state legislature regarding the tax legislation pending, particularly measures pertaining to the public schools. Speakers told of “the situation now confronting the schools.” Ray- | mond E. Thomas Polllch, principal !of Grant school, accompanied his' | talk with a blackboard demonstra- j 1 tion giving figures and other data.l 1 Alfred Benshimol, principal of Bel-' 1 mont high school, discussed differ- ■ ent angles of educational problems. Mrs. P. A. Eckerson, director of par- [ ent education, 10th district P.T.A. paid high tribute to Mrs. Alice Blrney, who conceived the idea of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers, and Mrs. Phoebe Hearst, who carried out the work of organization. | The opened with the salute to the flag led by Howard Swan, director of music at Eagle Rock high school. The a'capella choir ...