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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
TRY ADVERTISER CLASSIFIED ADS A.C.PARDE E _rayjT. All we see is rain, rain, all we hear is rain, but what would we do without it. You don’t have to wade through water to trade in Happyland. SPECIALS TH For that Stubborn Case of La Grippe (Flu) TRY Pardee’s Cold Tablets.. .25c PUTMAN DYE—Scented 2 for 25c IN ALL COLORS 4V Fountain Syringe Tubing 17c 5 FOOT LENGTHS Petrofeulre With Agfrf .r.BHc PLAIN AND WITH PHENOLPHTHALEIN 100 Paper Napkins, high grade 10c Esterbrook Fountain Pen $l.OO Any Part of this Pen can be Replaced at a Small Cost mm m Focusing Flash Light complete 49c I'M Bring in your Prescription and have them filled accurately. Pardee's Happy la nd Pharmacy I 6 I 6 YOIEMITE DRIVE STERLING’S BEAUTY SHOP PERMANENT WAVES NATURAL AND VITA TONIC (SOMMER’S) (FREDERIC’S) $2.95, $3.95, $4.95, $5.95 (Complete)— All Work Guaranteed SPECIAL Mon. Tues., Jan. 30-31 #_ r : Shampoo, Henna Pack and Dry -/ ar $m Shampoo, Color Rinse and Dry AA/» Finger Wave Balance of Week 75c (Marcel 25c...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
Smilin’ Service in HAPPYLAND. Let there be— Good Light Bulbs in Your Car—“ Safety First’’ Wiper Blades that clear Your vision—“ Safety First’’ Top Dressing to Waterproof Your top—“ Safety Last” Fresh Clean Oil for Your motor—“and Safety ail the time.” Get Your Gift Certificate with every 5 gallons or more of THE NEW HANCOCK 5 POINT GASOLINE McDonald SERVICE STATION E. L. KELLEY, Operator 1597 YO SEMITE (Corner Townsend)
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
MARKET JLTJL 2202-4-6-8 COLORADO BLVD. M PHONE; CLEVELAND 69516 Specials Thursday, Friday, Saturday January 26, 27, and 28. VAN’S GROCERY l c WITH PURCHASE OF '/2-lb. Orange Pekoe Tea at Q9 C SPECIAL for FRIDAY and SATURDAY GRAPENUT FLAKES Pkg. 8c SCOTT TOILET TISSUE 4 Rolls 25c WALDORF TOILET TISSUE... .6 Rolls 25c CAMPBELL’S TOMATO SOUP .. .5 cans 19c PILLSBURY’S BEST ■jit /\ttt&gt; 51b. Sack 15c rIAHJiv io lb. Sack 27c Tomatoes, Standard Brand, 2 No. l x k cans 15c String Beans, Standard Brand, ..No. 2 can 7c MOTHER’S COCOA . J lb. 080 -tfa DRANO, the new drain opener, can 25c | SNOWDRIFT! BAKER’S COCOA 11b. can 22c MILK, Crescent Brand, 5 Tall Cans 25c HOLLY CLEANSER Scans 10c LARGE, EXTRAS (DUNDEE EGGS) EGGS Dozen 2I C Strictly Fresh Ranch CALVIN’S MEAT DEPARTMENT INDEPENDENTLY OWNED—NO LIMIT ON QUANITY HORMEL SKINNED HAMS “lb. 1 (Me WHOLE OR BUTT END SHANK END lb. 8 &gt;/ 2 c Hormel Minn. SLICED BACON Ib.) RIND OFF RIB and LOIN PORK CHOPS lb.) CENTER CUTS Kraft...
Editorial [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
Editorial THIS IS IMPORTANT On page one of this edition of the Eagle Rock Advertiser appears the story of a matter the Women’s 14th District association is placing before the authorities of Los Angeles, namely the need of improved ambulance and emergency hospital service for the northeast section of the city. It is a matter of more than ordinary importance, and one which should be given the most careful attention of the city officials, from the city council along the line. This newspaper is one of the last to advocate increased or new public expenditures, under ordinary conditions, but it is to be hoped it is not one of the last to recognize the needs for protection of human life. Conditions, as reported by the investigation of the Women's 14th District association, indicate that a serious condition exists. An ambulance, when it must travel as great a distance as the Georgia Street receiving hospital to bring a person injured in an accident to help, should have someone with It able ...
EAGLE ROCK I HEALTH CENTER By Dr. D. J. Oi&on CHIROPRACTOR 2270 Colorado Blvd. CL 62528 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
EAGLE ROCK I HEALTH CENTER By Dr. D. J. Oi&amp;on CHIROPRACTOR 2270 Colorado Blvd. CL 62528 DEAFNESS QUESTION— I have noticed that my hearing has not been good for some time and it seems to be getting progressively worse. The trouble is very annoying and I would appreciate any information you can give me regarding treatment for the condition. ANSWER—Your trouble may be due to a closure of the ustachian tubes leading from the throat to the middle ear and usually caused by colds or a catarrhal condition, inflammation of the middle ear, interference to the nerve supply, or to. impacted wax in the external eai’j canal. The treatment necessary of ( course will depend upon the causa- 1 tive factor. Often a single treatment will eleminate the trouble if it is of recent origin. NOTE—Dr. Olson will gladly answer any health question. Send a | stamped, addressed envelope. In i some cases he will answer through this column. Watch it weekly.
NO MORE CRIPPLES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
NO MORE CRIPPLES At last the United States has de-| cided to do away with its "lame duck” government. The 3Gth state,' necessary to ratify an amendment to the federal Constitution, has giv-, en its O.K. to the program, and now, it will go into effect. ' Passing of the “lame duck” gov- ( eminent means that the present ( session of that kind of congress will be the last. Hereafter the newly! elected members of congress and the j president will take their offices in ( January, in place of the first ofi March as has been the case for aj feKtfWtf-yPVg.'y'flf «u. the country will not have a dismiss- j ed group of law makers still on the job and making laws for us four, months after we have decided we ( don't want them any more. A^ ! there is going to be less opportunity j [for nice fat political plums to be! I passed out to “lame ducks during j that interval between the time the. 1 people had discredited them and | I the end of their terms of office. And J that won’t be very unfortunate f...
—TJNT— [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
—TJNT— By J G. R. Vagaries of the Law "Happy Jack” Halloran’s attorney, in fighting his case in the Judd murder, moved for his dismissal on the grounds that the state has not proven that a crime was committed. VS—Ruth Judd is sentenced to death, but the state has not proved she committed a crime, therefore! Halloran is not an accessory. Oh, My. And that isn’t in California where murder trials are broadcast, and new trials arc quite popular. Spring Styles Rain coat, goloshes and beret, topped by water-proof umbrella. Here’s hoping the ‘‘Lillies of the Field” made the grade financially. A fine performance, but the last one for a senior class unless the production at least broke even. Dramatic endeavor in school often leaves its mark throughout life and should be a part of the opportunities offered by high school education.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
halberts meats SWIFT’S PREMIUM WEEK pjvkVt of meats obtainable. SATISFACTION ASSUBI 'E CARRY ™e FINEST OIM WEEK WE ABE SPECIALIZING W ,N USING KNOWN SWIFT PRODUCTS. gROOKFIELD gAUSAGE Pkg.sV: SWIFT’S PREMIUM SKINNED HAMS:-v-..vMO Shank or Butt end SWIFT’S HAMS Large Center Slices.. .Each g When You Buy, Get the Best SWIFT’S JEWEL SHORTENING .... lOC Per Cent Vegetable lb,pkg.£ In Transparent, I Ptev row Cellophane: SWIFT’S PREMIUM BACON “’l**ll Walter Sliced lb. 2f SWIFT’S BOILED SWIFT’S SILVER LEA! LARD *«■ I r LUER’S 1/4-LB. LINK SAUSAGE «/ 2 -LB. SLICED BACON UL&amp;JL4SD 25 “REAL GOOD” TAMALES. 6 fori RIB STEAKS .3 for D A PON sliced, rind off.. .lb. J&amp;. Vy V&gt;P -A. N Fancy Eastern Corn Fed Fancy FRESH GROUND 3 MW HAMBURGER 3 2 NO FAT ADDED-CAN BE MADE CHEAPER BUT NOT BETTER FANCY STEER BOILING BEEF lb - FANCY STEER POT ROAST 15c—12|/ 2 c PORK LEGS, whole or shank end.. lb. E ASTERN CORN FED Pure Pork SAUSAGE, no cereals. .lb. J2 Cane Be Made Cheape...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
HALBERT,S MEATS SWIFT S PREMIUM WEEK WE CARRY THE FINEST OF MEATS OBTAINABLE. SATISFACTION vsSURED IN USING OUR FINE QUALITY. THIS WEEK WE ARE SPECIALIZING IN NATIONALLY KNOWN SWIFT PRODUCTS. BROOKFIELD gAUSAGE Pkg^c SWIFT’S PREMIUM SKINNED HAMS ib'lOc lAk - , Shank or Butt end * " ojA SWIFT’S HAMS Large Center Slices.. .Each £c When You Buy, Get the Best SWIFT’S JEWEL SHORTENING ....lb.pkg.Qc lOC Per Cent Vegetable SWIFT’S PREMIUM lUP 1 BACON : E I*Bl9' Cellophane w HAM Waffer Sliced Ib.OSc iJL-TXlfiL SW j FT »g BOILED MtM. SWIFT’S SILVER LEAF LARD • • • lb - 8 C LUER’S «/ 2 -lb. link sausage V 2 -LB. sliced bacon 125c “REAL GOOD” TAMALES.. 6for2sc RIB STEAKS 3 for 20c R A fON sliced, rind off ..lb. 1 V/ 2 c F . ncy Eastern Cm Fjj Q FRESH GROUND .3 ****** HAMBURGER 3 ,bs 25 c NO FAT ADDED—CAN BE MADE CHEAPER BUT NOT BETTER FANCY STEER BOILING BEEF lb. 7&gt;/ 2 c FANCY STEER POT ROAST lb. 15c—12|/ 2 c—9c PORK LEGS, whole or shank end... lb. IHe E ASTERN CORN FED ” Pure Pork ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
s-*tvs 4«? "•V:«/;-m-t :W "*K 1924 COLORADO BOULEVARD SPECIALS FOR: THURSDAY, FRIDAY i «» • v'i SSJ Corner Glen Iris Avenue AND SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 27 AND 28 TOM THOMPSON, Manager of Grocery Department PINK SALMON. ..9 fori Fie Tall Cans CHICKEN OF THE SEA TUNA 2 for 29 c 7-oz. Cans STEWARTS’ BRAND BLUEBERRIES . .. 11c No. 2 Cans RED PITTED CHERRIES 2 cans 25 C Suprema Brand BISQUICK 25 c 90 Seconds from Package to Oven BISHOP’S SIERRA CALUMET (^OCOA. 1-lb.pkg. j pc| RAKING POWDER PEAS t • • • • 15 C IS PAGHETTI 3 for 2 5 kkJ JLU I RFFir'HMTTT r ATvnvru’n BEECHNUT CANNED PRUNES Large Size Cellowrapt 3 ,b - 25 c Walnuts Diamond Brand ft Large Budded Lb. 20c These prices also effective at Billie Bird Market 1302 Yosemite Dr.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
FORREST’S BAKERY THURSDAY SPECIALS FRUIT NUT BREAD 10c ROUND—CHOCOLATE or WHITE ANGEL FOOD CAKE 15c FRIDAY SPECIALS CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS 5c SPECIAL WALNUT WHEAT BREAD 10c SATURDAY SPECIALS DATE NUT BREAD 10c SOUTHERN GINGER BREAD . 10c GOLD or SILVER BUTTER ItQAF ,. s vr - -rn-.:;,,V-j.n- Jjflt DAY-OLD BAKERY GOODS A visit to our day-old department will convince you of its money saving possibilities. The second day baked goods are offered at greatly reduced price. Try them and be convinced. *❖* * :• ** * * **** * * * * **** * * * *** * ** ** * * AGUILAR BROS. DEO LET NOOR VARIETY POTATOES IDAHO RUSSETS lb.) STOCKTON BURBANKS lb.) CABBAGE, new crisp lb.) BANANA SQUASH lb.) LETTUCE Head) ~ p,;YOUNG, TENDER « RED CABBAGE lb.) * ’ FANCY VARIETY NAVEL ORANGES 5 doz.) VERY JUICY GRAPEFRUIT 13 for) IMPERIAL SEEDLESS WINESAP APPLES 5 lbs.) GOOD FOR EATING OR COOKING DATES lb.)
CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Advertiser — 26 January 1933
CHURCHES 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: “Love.” Sunday school 9:30 a.m. For pupils between the ages of 4 and 20. Wednesday meeting, 8 p.m. Beading room is open 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., except on Sundays and holidays. Reading room 2038 Colorado Blvd.