The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 10, 1936 · Page 3
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 3

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, September 10, 1936
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H <- I- .1 - I , n h f I ' •- - L ,vv, ,. U' THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIA^, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. 1936 J. ^. feller, $3000; $6000; John $5000; Alfred Ann Archbold Liberty League Pours Cash Into Republican Cause, Say Democrats 1 •• i "'•"•• |i '• i (United Press Leafed Wire) ' NEW YORK, Sept. 10.—Tho Democratic national committee said today campaign contributions of moro than $60,000 to tho Republican cause In Maine were* made by members of the American liberty League. The committee said Its assertion was based on figures revealed by the Senate campaign expenditures committee after an examination of the books of the treasurer of the Republican committee in Maine. Tho Senate committee's figures, as released by the Democratic committee, ohowed tho following contributions: Pierre S. Dupont, $5000; Lamott Dupont, $5000; Ireneo Dupont, $5100; Henry B. Dupont, $2500; A. Felix Dupont, $5000; Abby A. Rocke- John D. Rockefeller, D. Rockefeller, Jr., P. Sloan, Jr., $5000; $2500; John D. Archbold, $2600; J. P. Morgan, $5000; A. Atwater Kent, $1000; W. H. White, Republican candidate for senator, $2000 and Senator Frederick Hale, $1000. "Apparently Governor Landon Is not the only outsider going Into Maine to rededIcato tho state to the causo of good government," charged Senator Lewis Schwellenbach of Washington, member of the Senate committee on campaign expenditures, "When he arrives there Saturday, be will find that the Liberty .League has already, covered the field. All tho governor has contributed Is a speecft." New Whole Wheat Cereal on Market Bakersfleld has been selected as a test market for the introduction of "Huskies," a new ready-to-eat wholo •wheat cereal, according to D. K "Walko, San Francisco, General Foods sales manager for this territory. Huskies will bo Introduced In an 'extensive advertising campaign in leading newspapers In the chosen markets. First of this series of ads, which features nationally famous and locally prominent sports stars "such as Frankie Friseh, Matty Bell, Helene Madison and Buster Crabbe, appears today In The Bakersfleld Californlun. "General Foods feels," nays Walke, "that tho time is ripe for the aggressive promotion of worthwhile new products. We arc confident that actual market tests of Huskies in Bakersfleld will confirm tho favorable results obtained in our laboratories and in preliminary tests among hundreds of housewives." Huskies is the most recent addition to the 39-year-old Post cereal line comprising Drape-Nuts, Post Toast- ies, Post's 40 Per Cent Bran Flakes, Post's "Whole Bran and Grape-Nuta Flakes.* . " ' Automoble ages Boosted by Sales FLINT, Mich., Sept. 10.— -The effect on pay rolls of one of tho most successful years In the history of tho Bulck Motor Company woe summarized today by Harold H. Curtice, president, in a statistical survey of tho company's employment and wage H. rolls covering the 12 months ending July 31. The survey shows that during tho year total pay rolls mounted to $24,153,000, an increase of more than $9.000,000 over the corresponding 1934-35 period. This was a gain of 59.8 per cent. Average employment over the same period was 13,G(il men as against an average during the 32 months ending July 31, 1035, of 9320. These comparative totals show a gain of 4232 or 45.8 per cent. In each month of the 1938-model year, a total of more than $2,000,000 was put In the pay envelopes of the Bulck employes, an average of $753,000 more than they received In the previous year. With pay rolls Increasing 59.8 per cent as against a gain of 45.3 per cent in employment, each employe averaged 10 per cent more in earnings than in tho previous year. "Such were the benefits accruing to Bulck workmen as a direct result of the substantially expanded business of the company during the past year," President Curtice said. "Employment was maintained at steady high levels throughout the year with peaks In the output in the last quarter of 1935 and In the spring quarter of this year. " WIC SAFETY TOPIC OF CLASS Police Attend School Northwestern University in Fall Announce (United Prtt» Lcated Wire) BVANSTON, 111., Sept. 10.—Police will go to school at Northwestern University this fall. A new course offered by the traffic safety Institute opens In October. All the atmosphere of university work will attend thin traffic study, with from flvo to 10 fellowships avail able for officers ranking highest in local and regional examinations, Further atmosphere is lent by'tho fact that Evanston, homo of tho university, is termed "America's safest city." The scientific crime detection laboratory will bo available for the students, with emphasis on traffic accidents. Officers winning fellowships will participate In setting up accident prevention bureaus in ono or more cities. According to tho Police Chiefs News letter, Increased attention la being paid traffic problems. A course at the University of Alabama tills summer graduates 79 police officers, who represented every southern Hlato but two. A course Bponsored by tho Harvard Bureau for Street Traffic Research and tho International Association-of Chiefs of Police had an advanced enrollment of more than 75 officers. Weather Forecast Once Simple Job BOSTON, Sept. 10.—Weather forecasting CO years ago was a bit simpler than it is today, Blue Hill Observatory records show. In 188C, to indicate rain, a red flag was hung from a polo atop tho observatory. If a- chilly spell was expected, a "cold wave" flag, white with a. black center, was displayed. 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The Special Gift Box is an ideal "fhonk-you" gift to your hostess in appreciation of her hospitality. MAIN AISLE Make this resolution - lor only in Pied Piper Shoes ~ean you get the benefit of important exclusive health and comfort advantages made possible by the Pied Piper Patented Process. PlfiD N« Rfer *• (Not* - offer in addition to superlative quality these patented health protecting features available in no other children's shoes at any price. - and we have all sizes and widths to fit Pied Piper Shoes properly. STREKT FLOOR SHOES H . >***'4 '1 * J *^^^^^^ ^^ n T l F^^iV^^ I- - , - • ' ' ' .*•--' . - » h . --'-."• •''? ,- : '-^*.- - - ' \- THE •'""•MOT ,V*M BEGINS AT BROCK'S •»' I'.'. ESS st Minute for Tardy pers We Again Emphasize ough The Best Cords for School There is nothing a mother can buy her hoy going to school that -\vill yield more in the \vay of service than Rough Rider Cords. They are well made, of fine quality corduroy. 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Regularly 55c Each Your girl is probably going to join Ihc sewing class in school, so buy her one or two lengths of woolen material so she cqn make un her own clothes for fall* These extraordinary values are made possible only by co-operation of one of the largest woolen wholesalers in the United Stales. All perfect goods, 51 and 50 inches wide. Plain colors and fancy mixtures. Guaranteed Values Up to $1.95 yd. SUITINGS COATINGS SKIRTINGS for $1 Men's Shop—Main Floor Ringless Chiffon Stockings 3 prs. $2.25 NEW SCARFS Triangular Shape Take advantage of our free culling service. any salesperson about it. WOOLENS—MAIN FLOOR Ask School Lunch Kits A bright and pretty frame for the face. . . Very smart on dresses and sweaters. Big assortment — buy several colors for school wear. Yes! 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