The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 11, 1946 · Page 11
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 11

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Wednesday, December 11, 1946
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„- «*, ; <*** „,. Highway Patrol Chief to Speak at SafetyMeet E. Raymond Cato, chief of the California Highway Patrol, will ba princjpal speaker at a county-wide " traffic safety meeting to be held in Hoom 117 of the BakeTsfield Junior College "building- starting'at 7:30 p. m. today... The meeting, sponsored by the safety council of the Kern County Chamber-of Commerce, fs being held for the purpose of effecting a. comprehensive program of safety in Kern county. "*"& A. W. Lingo, chairman of the county chamber safety council, reported that representatives of service clubs?; fraternal organizations, labor unions, city knd county officials and others hive been invited to the safdt3' session. Mr. Lingo emphasized that the meeting Is open to all civic-minded citizens who are interested in aiding in the development of an effective program of safety in Kern county, Mr. Lingo pointed .out that traffic deaths increased alarmingly after V-J Day, which brought an end to driving restrictions, and were running 30 per cent over last year at the end of the first nine months of 1946. Chief Cato will present Ihe program of the State Safety Council and plans will be discussed in an effort to co-ordinate the overall safety programs between the ,'state and county in correlation with the National Safety 1 Council. Mr. Lingo said. Among Kern county "officials who will lead the discussion will be Sheriff John E. Loustalot. Captain LeRoy Galyen of the California Highway Patrol, Bakersfield; W. H. Hitch. cock of Shafter. director of the counts' chamber transportation and highways department R. E. Whitaker, chairman of the transportation and highways department; officers of the city police department, school officials,-and others. Major Sure His Wife Will Beat Leprosy CARVILLE, La.," Dec. 11. (UP)— Major Hans" G-. [Hornboeftel, whose wife contracted ' leprosy in a Jap prison camp, looked to Christmas today confident that she -will be cured within two years. -The graying army man, survivor • of Bataan and Corregidor, has visited Mrs. Hornboestel daily since she entered the leprosarium (marine hospital) here six months ago. Refused, permission to live at the institution despite pleas to the President and high military officials, Hornboestel settled in nearby Carville. Mrs. Hprnboestel, strengthened by her mate's affection, said that she had been responding favorably to treatment with new drugs. ' Cheerfully she expressed the belief that "I'll be able to leave within a year or two. TO SIGN AGREEMENT THE HAGUE, Dee. 11. OR— Dr. J. A. Jonkman, Dutch minister of overseas territories, told Parliament today the government intended to 'authorize the commissioner-general to sign the draft agreement with the Indonesians. ADVERTISEMENT Capudine contains carefully selected and blended pain-relieving and soothing ingredients whkh can be combined only in liquid form. So when you Uke Capudine you dca't wait for any ingre- •lientstp dissolve bsfore or after taking, •very quickly, Capudine begins to relieve headache and neuralgia, ease accompanying nerve strain, and thereby restore your comfort. For REAL speed use Capudine. Fallow directions on label. Carroll Sisters Announce Fashion aud Beauty Clinic January 3-lfr School-for Women of ALL'Ages" Call MRS, JOHX COXKOT for Keberratlons, 6-8 V. 31. Perfect ChriSining G#t for Yon" or 1'our Daughter YOUR GROCERS a6ersfielri CaltfemianWednesday, December 11,1946 3 BIG DAYS Thursday, Friday and Saturday December 12, 13, 14 3 BIG DAYS Thursday, Friday and Saturday December 12, 13, 14 / ,* We are sincerely grateful for the wonderful patronage—you the people—of Bakersfield and vicinity have given us during our first year. We pledge ourselves to continue during the coming year to serve you with the Highest Quality Food at Reasonable Prices. We're Proud of Our CELERY Utah Type, Crisp and Qc » • » Tender , . ' . . . . . each 57 . • Arizona, Full o' Jutca • • a •' Each . •• . . . . CAPE COD ib. 33* Fancy Nancy Hal! special Perfect Snowballs each 10 Genuine Fuerte Variety . . . each 10' Roman Beauty .Cooking Apples . . . '. "special "Tibs, 4, b .. 25' Russets •• The Baking Potato . . 100-lb. sack $2.'49 10 ISS 25 New Crop Navels ... dozen box CHRISTINAS TREES . '50c UP BUY YOURS EARLY,. . . FREE STAND* IAKERIES HOLIDAY COOKIES There's a Fascinating Assortment to Choose From FRESH Boysenberry Pie Light, Fluffy Crust Filled With Delicious, Nutritious Fresh Berries BEN HUR All Grinds in Sealed Jars , b . 4i e PALMOLIVE SOAP Stock Up Now I Regular bars 3 for EGGS Fresh Ranch Eggs Large size dozen 75' MINCEMEAT Old-Fashioned Kind Flavored With Rum ... 28-oz. Jar 37" Dei^Monte Finest 14-oz. bottle ,. 19° MONARCH CORN Golden Bantam Whole Grain . S2-oz« cans KLEENEX Bouquet Scented Tiuues. . ;. . pkg. 21 PORK AND BEANS Van Camp's :s » . _'. ' ^JTjj"'?^" No. 2i cans .... "i" ;r .' mmm;' r No, I Creamery ,„. 87' r Gold Medal No. 10 sack TOMATO SAUCE 20 S. & W. Finest Buffet Tins . cans Libby's Solid Pack No. 21 cans Del Monte Gentle Pressed From Vine- Ripened Tomatoes . . 21 Veg-AII Ready to Use as a Dinner No. 2 <f «•» ( .Vegetable, Salad or S?ups cans *,* /Young, Tender Green , if (»< Leaves . . . . No. 2 cans A 9 Hey! Kids! We Have Gifts for You! FREE! FREE! Many Baskets of Groceries FREE! 3 P. PVf. toS P. M. Enjoy a Delicious Cup off Del Monte Coffee and a Piece of Our Birthday Cake! With the Best Foods Family We Wish You the Season's Greetings! Pint 49c Best Foods Real Mayonnaise Really Fresh 39 C Pound Nourishing NUCOA WHILE STOCKS LAST H-0 OATS— Quick or Regular _______ Med. i B* ivv SHINOL/fe- Colored Liquids IOC SHINOLA PASTE- AM Colors _ .:...=. 9c Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour 20-oz. pkg. .... ilc 40-oz. pkg. . . . . 25c SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14 Pineappii Sliced, Crushed and Juice WHILE STOCK LASTS Se* her make her famous PANCAKES- TASTE THEM.' SOAP POWDER Friday Qnty-i P. J. fe § P. 4 WHILE STOCK LASTS FRIDAY ONLY! SHORTENING $., from 10 A. M. .' ~" Until—? WHILE STOCK LASTS Third and Chester P'lP BACON Lean- WHILE STOCK LASTS Full Slices . . . . ID. GROUND BEEF 9f|. Fresh ground hourly... Ib. «W» SALMON STEAKS ERik Northern Chinook ._. Ib. *"**» STEAKS JW..' Round or Swiss _. 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