The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 27, 1944 · Page 4
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4 Wednesday, September 27, 1944 gTfrc JJaferrsfielb California!! WHELDENS No. 2 PUMPKIN CENTER MARKETS No. 1—BAKERSFIELD 2125 Union Avenue No. 3 WEED PATCH Kern County's Finest and Best-Stocked Food Stores "Shop at Whelden's" Special Announcement Now on display at Whelden's Market No. 1. the "Prize Pork" purchased at the Kern County Fair ... The Kiwanis Club of Bakersfield purchased the choice Duroc Jersey belonging to Veryl Howies of Wasco. and the Berkshire choice of .lames Luna of Wasco. Whelden's Markets purchased the choice Crossbreed of Dixon McCann. "Prize Pork" \\ill be on display Friday and Saturday at Whelden's Market No. 1. Sale of prize pork begins Saturday. September .'10. Proceeds going into the 1 T . S. O. treasury. PORK CHOPS.., >40c SHOULDER m • PORK ROAST .. ,>33c SHOULDER PORK STEAKS »37c m FRESH SLR'ED SIDE PORK Ib, 31c s & w COFFEE Regular or Drip Pound .... Gingerbread MIX TEA GARDEN DRIPS 1 Pt. 8-oz. Bottle 27 C DEL MONTE TOMATO SAUCE ,,.,., Buffet Tin 5c DEL MONTE TOMATO JUICE Large 47-01, can 2Ic DEL MONTE DE LUXE PLUMS I2c DEL MONTE EARLY GARDEN SUGAR PEAS , , 3-oz. Glass I7c DEL MONTE SPINACH No, IOTin59e DEL MONTE SEEDLESS RAISINS , . , 15-oz, Package I2c DEL MONTE CATSUP 14-oz, Bottle I4c BRIARDALE GOLDEN SWEET CORN No, 2 I5c 3-oz. Tin I9c UNDERWOOD DEVILED HAM RIO DEL MAR SARDINES Tall Tin IQc PIONEER MINCED SEA CLAMS Tin 26c ALL PURE SWEETENED CONDENSED MILK . . , . , I9c SOFTASILK CAKE FLOUR Large Package 27c BISQUICK "For Better Biscuits" . . Large Pkg. 30c MAZOLA OIL Pints 33c PUREX "The Perfect Bleach" . , . Half Gallon 23c THE NEW WAY TO DRINK YOUR VITAMINS AND LIKE 'EMI _ _ ^/^^ He mo VAN CAMPS PORK ^ and BEANS Large No. 2 Jumbo Can . . m CARLOAD SALE Delicious, Firm Bellefleur Apples ;*.*••• •'&•'• Full Weight Box 2 i U. S. No. 1 Stockton BURBANK POTATOES $90 100Ib. Sack ^ Choice Stockton Burbank I POTATOES . 100-lb. Sack $3.25 Prices Effective Through Saturday, September 30, 1944 HOME Long Term—Monthly Payment LOANS We arrange "made-lo-measure" loans on competitive terms and rates for buying your home, refinancing present loans, lor repairs, or personal use. Get a "quick-action," low-cost home loan from ELMER F. KARPE 1517 Eighteenth Street Bakersfield, California WE Buy Used Radios Snath's Radio and AppUnco Co. Fox Theatre Building 2015 H Strut, Dial 4-4018 ANDREWS DINNER BID REVEALED SLAIN YOUTH DECLINED INVITATION, SAYS BOY i SAUNAS. Sept. 27. <UR)—Nine- ; teen year-old J:iy LoveU turned • down mi invitation from Mrs. Francrs Andrews to have dinner and attend HIP movies and dined instead i with red-linirpd .Mrs. Nancy Linde shortly before bo was found shot to ; death. July 1.1, Luvett's younger brother deelared at. the murder trial of the socially prominent Mrs. An! drews. ! Luther J.i'vetl, Jr., 17, tesificd lute 1 yesterday that I hi? oS-ycar-old Carmel valley matron drove to the home of her young protege, "who was get! ling reads' to no to the Lineles." On l.awii Mis brolher was on the lawn of tlieir home w hen botii youths saw : the .Andrews car approaching. Luther said, and Jay "told me not to tell her where he was going. Thru lie walked to his room pretty fast." I After talking wilh Mrs. Andrews. Luther said he "told Jay to come out —that Frances wanted to see him." "She asked him 'f he was coming to her place for dinner and take her to the movies, and he said he would | if he could get Hie car started, or if there was gas in the truck. "She said she would take him over and he told her lie didn't want to waste her gas . . .'* XVi'nt lo I.hide llmiie Replying to questions by District Attorney Anthony Hiazil. Luther said his brother later went to the home nf Mrs. Linde, wife of a prominent S.ui Francisco physician: that lie didn't know wheiher Jay had a dinner appointment with his Imsi- ess anil that previou ly he had seen his brother HO to the Linde home, which ad.ioins the Lovett farm. Asked whether Jay was "moody or sad or melancholy or laughing and cheerfu 1 ," the younger Lovett replied: "lie didn't laugh too much, but he never was moody." Mrs. Andrews did not appear angry or nervous after her conversation wilh Jay, he added. Brazil will attempt to prove Mrs. Andrews killed Lovett in a moment of jealousy, after he came to her lioine from Mrs. Linde's later that night. Holson Wipead Typographical Union T. \V. llolsiiii was re-elecled president of Ba U'ersf ielil Typographical I'liion, No. -I:!'.', at a recent meeting at the Labor temple. j Other officers chosen were Charles I A. Ferguson, vice-president: Walter I n. .Viirrow, sccretarv -treasurer: C.corge J. Fray.ee. reading clerk; i Coral I 1 '. Roberts, sergeant-at-arms. ; The executive committee includes | John II. Cm-tin. Alfred K. Ludloff; ilhe auditing committee, Kdward J. ! Turtle. C. C. J'ierce and Coral F. i Huberts. ! Delegates chosen to the central labor council were John II. Curtin. Sam Bryan and \l. F. Dunham, alternates. Jack Vestry, lOdward J. Turtle and (I. I 1 . Docker: to the Southern California Typographical Conletencc. Walter II. Morrow; to the Allied PrintiUH' Trades Council, Jack Vestry, diaries A. Andrews; alternate, Charles A. FerRUson. Elected to serve on the- scale committee were Jack Vestry, Charles A. Andrews, Alfred K. Ludloff. Edward I J. Turtle and J. 11. Proctor. 1 Appointive committee members | will In 1 announced at the next nieet- iiiK when installation will take place. ! Mr. Vestry, in retiring from five ; vear.s' service as secretary-treasurer, thanked thu members for their cooperation. -- ( ntitorninn SKA Tetcphotu. M:K ARTIUK'S MEN INVADE MOROTAI ISLAND—With "necklaces" of hand grenades and rifles, these Yank infantrymen of General Douglas MacArthur's forces, swarm ashore in neck-deep water from their LCIs tn Morotai island heaeh, just south of the Philippines. I'uited States Xavy photo. Arnhem Survivors Tell Story of Inferno Under Nazi Guns Services Planned for Edwin Burke >.'KW YORK', Sept. 27. (U.RI—Fu- neral services will be held tomorrow for Edwin Burke, playwright, scenario writer and director, whose screen script for "Bad Girl" won the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences award in 19.'!-. Burke, f>.", died at Postgraduate Hospital yesterday ifler a six-week illness. Born at Albany, he was among the first Xew York writers who left for Hollywood to write for the motion pictures. lie recently completed work on a film based on the life of Captain Edward V. Rickenbacker, which has no', yet been released. Constance Bennett, Roland Separate HOLLYWOOD, sept. 27. <#)—on- stance Bennett and her fourth husband, Gilbert Finland, have separated. The film actress said they had irreconcilable differences in temperament and had been forced to the decision to separate "after several unsuccessful attempts to achieve compatibility." She said there were no immediate plans for a divorce. Miss Bennett's first husband was Chester Moorhead: her second, Phil Plant, and the third, French Mar- (liiis de la Falaise de la Coudraye. She has two young daughter by Roland, who recently received a medical discharge from the army. ALLIES DRIVE ACROSS RUBICON YANKS GAIN 3 MILES IN BOLOGNA ADVANCE HOME, Sept. 27. (UP)—British Eighth Army troops expanded their bridgehead across the Hubicon and drove up the Po valley today aa American Fifth Army infantrymen joined the Germans In ferocious battle to retain the Allied gains in the rough, difficult Appenine mountain sector. The Eighth Army, after cleariirg up the last enemy resistance south of the Rubicon, sent Canadian units to the outskirts of the town of Bellaria, on the niminl-navenn.a coastal highway "Vi miles north of Rimini. Me.'inwhiie. other Eighth Army units further inland approached the town of Savlgnano, on the nemiui-Forli highway 8 miles northwest of Rimini. In the mountainous terrain through which the Americans were driving on Bologna, the Fifth Army made gains varying from Vi mile to 3 miles, but in one sector the Germans unleashed a counterattack and advanced to drive the Americans from the strategic spur of Mount A'afine ridge, just south of Castef del Rio and HO miles south of Bologna. West of Mount Alafine, German resistance broke, permitting the Mount Beni, 3'i, miles northwest of Firenzuola, and the southern slopes of Mount Freddi, 1 mile west of Mount Beni. tin viviirs t' NI i'1'i; --it. ! i- |indi;nlii-iiil > K;. •luinl L>. i>.t c;u hill :sl s ti.1'1 by the t'nitetl Press \V WITH BRITISH ARMY BEFORE ARXriEM. Sept. :;G.—The last .survivors of the brave band of British parachutists who carved out a perilous bridgehead north of the Rhine and defended it for nine days with their guns, their bayonets, and their Mfthtinp hearts, were ferried across to the British lines before dawn today under a hurricane barrage of German gunfire. They were beaten in body, but not in spirit. "Let us get back again, give us a few tanks and we will finish the job," they s-aid. 1 saw the tragic, yet heroic, cavalcade return from what a sergeant described as "the kind of hell I've never dreamed could exist on earth.'' Everyone had a story to tell of terror by day and night, of ceaseless enemy attacks with flame throwers, tanks and self-propelled guns. "I was in Crete and that was a piece of cake compared to the bridgehead at Arnhom," said bearded, begrimed "Red Devil" cor. Captain Bethune* Taylor. He could hardly keep his open, but he told me the whole .story of the Arnliem stand—told it interspersed with remarks like "when we can get back—wo have to get back and get the rest of our chaps out." By RICHARD I). Mf.MILLAN ar Correspondent Ho knew many of his comrades who dropped with him were on the other side of the river—many dead, many taken prisoner, many were wounded—some left behind in the evacuation when dawn brought increased inferno from the German guns to cut off the escape of as many as possible. Crash Kills Woman, Marine, Three Fliers T..OS A.\T;I-;U->'. Sppt. 27. (Jf>— A oiniin ni.'U'itip and thrpp navy nipn fTS SAUCE FOR THE GOOSE AND SAUCE FOR THE GANDER AS A MATTER OF FACT, IT MAKES ALL FOODS TASTE ^GRANDER! one ol'ti- pyes 'pfp rc s and three women and three other navy men -cued when a navy PRY liinp cT.'islipd in tin- Monday, the OCPIIM IIPHT San navy has an- I'pdto I'll 111 IK'CMl. l.ifad MI-P Private First Class Betty J. -Mnntandun. who was on voulp t'nnn ChriTV I'oinl. X. C., In spend hpf loavo with IIT sistpr. Miss I^PC Montandon. in Los Anselps; Lion- toMunt I/PiRh K. Lynch, pilot, of \\'pst Warwick. R. I.: Aviation Machinist's Matp Albert Sydney Lesley, Dorsey. Aliss., and Aviation Tlariio- nian Paul f;. Paetflow, Jacksonville, l-'la., iMPmhers nf thp crew. Lady's Clothes Are Taken From Line The sheriff's office has been asked to recover a number of intimate articles of ladies' apparel. Loser of the articles is Mrs. B. M. Lambert, -Hlli.j Flower street. She did her washing; yesterday. ImnK it on a line, and discovered at iS~0 last night thai a number of articles had been stolen. 20(1 STEl'S ON I' ISA TOW KK ]'ISA, Sept. 'J7. (/Pi — There are exactly ^IKI steps to the top of the loaning tower of Pisa, on the authority of Corporal '-Jarl Bishop of Xep- ton, K.V., military policeman on Kiiard at the entrance. "Practically 1 every G, T. coining in here has been asking' that question for days," Bishop explained. "This morning I climbed 'em myself to count 'em." Havo Your Eyes Examined Open a Charge Account GLASSES • That are right for your eyes and your job. CONSULT DR. R. F. ABRAMS OPTOMETRIST 1507 Nineteenth Street Phone 2-7335 -•I convenent send money BAN AMERICA MONEY ORDERS Bank of America Money Orders are easy to buy at any branch and with each order you get a receipt. Yes, you'll love my OH«B Meat I Sauce. Not only for meat, fish, and fowl but for gravies, salads, cock- | tail sauces, tomato juice cocktails! And here's good news... NO RATION POINTS NEEDED/ % * what a difference! Sec HARRY CITRON Expert and Ouarinteed Watch Repiirlaf Open for Business Thursday, September 28 We wish to announce to our patrons and friends that we will be ready to serve you again Thursday, September 28. As in the past, we are featuring nationally known merchandise, selected meats, garden fresh produce and a complete liquor department. New Lincoln Market 1221 Eighteenth Street, Bakersfield. Phone 2-2990

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