The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 18, 1936 · Page 12
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 12

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, September 18, 1936
Page 12
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18 THE BAKERSF1EL0 CALIFOWtt Safety Windshield j Screen^Out Light fVnlle-d Prctti Lratcd Vir«) BUFFAIX), K, T., Sept, 18.—The latest development In highway safety, a "gUireless" windshield glass, wns disclosed at tho convention hero of tho Illuminating Engineering Society. L. W. Chubb, research director of the Wenllnghouue Electric & Manufacturing Co., described tho development. n* of tho glass claim It will one of tho greatest r/vuses of artlomoblln accldenta l>y "scrcon- \i\K out" tho glare of oncoming hendllBhlK without liiipalrlng the driver's vision. Mouse in Bottle Rare Pet of Two California Boys (AttoatattS Freti Leaned TV<r«/ pOLUSA, Sept. 18/-Two Colus» ^ county boys, Jim and Joe Vlncy, brother*, Insist they have one of the rnrcul pets In northern California. The pet in a houro moane trapped in a wine bottle. While very small, the mouse climbed Into tho flask and fed upon the dregs remaining; in tho bottom of the container. H grow no fast It was unable to return through the bottle neck. The boys provide food and water for the rodent and report It seems happy In captivity. Sunday Program Is Announced, Wasco WASCO, Sept. IB^Sorvlcea at the Mothodtot Episcopal Church for Sunday aro announced by tho pastor, IXovorond 8. Carlylo Sohaoffor, a* tollows: Sunday school from 0:48 to 10:46 a. m.l congregational worship and preaching at 11 o'clock. The paelor has choitin for his topio "Ro- llglon a Weight or Vfltigu." IThtoeJ. lent munlc, beautiful fellowship and a glad hand of welcome. Epworth League service at «:80 p. m. Leader, Oil) Wright. Tho ove^ nlng sorvloo at 7:80 will be of tho samo typo as those of tho lout two Sundays, evangelistic and of an educational appeal. A half hour of "Blngsplratlon" under the leadership of the pastor will be a feature. Bible study and praise service will bo hold on Thursday evening, Folsom Death Row Has Only One Man Now in Its Cells (Vfiittd freii tented Wire) •POLSOM PRISON, Sept 18,-Fof K the first time in a decade, "death row" it the penitentiary here has only one occupant, He Is Lloyd Dale, Stockton Negro, wmteneed to huig tot the murder of a railroad policeman. Date for tho execution has not been set. , Dale became the lone convict In "death row" when John Berry, man, Tcnncuso war veteran, and Charles James, Sacramento Negro, Were executed at a double hang. Ing early in August, , FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1938 Knox Will Remain 11 Hqur^at L A. (JMwMtt 1'ren Ltai«4 Wire) LOS ANOBLBS, Sept. 1«,~<301- onol Frank Knox' visit In U>» Anglos Monflfty Wilt total 11 houw instead of tho 3% previously planned by tho republican vlce-presldentlAl candidate. Under a now schedule, he Is duo here at noon, allowing him all afternoon to real and confer With party leader* before hU addreM at a night rally In Shrine auditorium. He Will leave afterward for Arizona and New Mexico. Colonel Knox' train, en route here from northern California, will stop at Santa Barbara from 8:60 to 9 a. m. Monday and at Ventura from 0:45 to 0;6B a. m. for brief rear-platform upeechen by the candidate. Rollins College Has Walk of Fame With 469 Markers (United Preit teaiei W<re) WINTER PARK, Fia., sept, is.— w Rollins Collegia Walk of Fame, started seven years ago with 22 memorial stepping stones, now Includes 488 markers honoring celebrities from 26 nations. The persons represented in the memorial Walk range In character and attainments from Buffalo Bill to Benjamin Franklin. With few exceptions, the stopping stones were taken from birthplaces or former homes ,of men and women who were distinguished in history, religion, art, science, literature, philosophy war, peace, government, and finance. GREEN FROG MARKET PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE CORNER CALIFORNIA AND CHESTER AVE. SECOND SECOND ANNIVERSARY SALE! SECOND SECOND ANNIVERSARY WALTER J. KAMINSRI «*/• C. W. EVERETT FRED S. GIL SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPT. 18 AND 19 FIRM, RIPE ARMOUR'S STAR SKINNED BANANAS 3ib $ .10« HAMS FULL HALF OR WHOLE Pound LARGE No. 1 FOR SLICING Tomatoes 3 Ibs mmm*m*^mm BELLEFLEUR ••MkMBB IQc Cauliflower LARGE SNOWBALL Each . . . . Ideal to Bake or Poll; Lean and Meaty PORK NECK BONES Ib. 12c Every Cut Guaranteed Tender. From Choicest POT Steer Beef Center Shoulder Cuts ROAST Ib.Uc WHITE CLOUD APPLES Potatoes SELECTED, MEDIUM SIZE 25-lb. bag. FULL BOX Oranges SWEET; MEDIUM SIZE 3 doz. for. SHORTENING 4 COLORED FRYERS Ib. 28c Fresh Dressed Grain Fed LAMB ROAST Ib. 19c Box Form Shoulder Cuts From Genuine Baby Lamb NANCY HALL YAMS WE HAVE MANY MORE ITEMS PRICED FOR THIS SALE. EVERY ITEM WE SELL WILL CARRY A MONEY BACK GUARANTEE. WE- ESPECIALLY INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR STORE DURING THIS SALE!! SLICED Cudah/o Puritan Eartorn Sugar Curad BACON ib. 33 8-lb. pail 85c Snow Flake Sodas or Grahams 2 Ibs. 27c TOMATO SOUP GLOWS WITH SUNNY FLAVOR Can 61/2* FRANCO-AMERICAN SPAGHETTI Hillsdale Pineapple, Patricia Beans, N 2 No. 2"j Cant Can* Armour's Corned Beef Hash., Do Luxe Plums, Suprema Cherries, Mother's Cocoa, 2 No. 2 Cam •Ib. Can 121C Ibs. $5.2U PURE CANE 13ic 171 A II fu PEACHES Del Monte, 2 </i can PEARS Del Monte, 2'/i can Del Monte Sliced PINEAPPLE No. 2'/i can KETCHUP Del Monte, IK. bottle Pineapple Juice Del Monte, -lO-o/. can TOMATO JUICE AA A Campbcll'H....:t foratUti Del Monte TOMATO JUICE No. 1 can 3 for DO/EN 75c CASE $1.49 OK A aWv 10c lOc SALMON Export Pink, No. 1. PORK and BEANS Armour's No. 2>/i. FRUIT COCKTAIL Sunblest No. 1 can Trupak APUICOTS -li 1 ft Whole Peeled No. 1 I • 2w Sunliuui Green Ripe OLIVES No. 1 can HI8QUICK LIU-RC pkg WHEATlfiS Shredded WHEAT 28c .loi'c COFFEE 28c HILL'S RED CAN 1 Ib HILL'S RED CAN EJC A 2 Ibs WC CHASE & SANBORN Ib.ZOC 27c s& w 1 Ib... S & W 2 Ibs. ., 53c Powdered or Brown 71** SUGAR...Mb. pkg. I$G Banner MILK Q OAt* Tall Cans.... 0 for alUG PURBX »/ 2 Gallon MATCHES Favorite .... 6 boxes KOKOHEART Ib 15c Rltz CRACKERS l>lb. pkgr WHITE EAGLE CHIPS.... 5-lb. pktf. 12|c 20c Large Package 25c MISSION, No. TUNA11 SWANS DOWN CAKE FLOUR 22 SNOWDRIFT 3 Ibs. . SSc 6 Ibs. $1.05 CAILEDBYHH. Hamilton Holt, president of Roll* Ins College, started the memorial when he brought to the campus his original collection of 28 memorial stones which he had accumulated at his summer home In Woodstock, Conn. • • The United States Is represented by 805 of the markers. Sixty-two of the stepping stones came from England, 26 from Spain, 80 from Italy, and 18 from France. Nations represented by at least one stepping stone from the birthplace or former home of a citizen of international reputation are Austria, India, Cuba, China, Mexico, Germany, Iceland, Portugal, Newfoundland, Hungary, Bavaria, Arabia, Greece, Egypt, Denmark and tho Philippines. In the American section, there ore stones representing all the presidents except Tyler, most of the chief justices and many signers of the Declaration of Independence. Pocahontas and Captain John Smith aro -represented by stones from Jamestown, Va. There is a chip from Plymouth nock. A Confucius stone was secured with the assistance of two former Chinese students at Rollins, Inside a house' where Confucius taught 4000 years ago in Chi Fu in the Shantung province. A stone representing Mohammed was obtained through the assistance of former Rollins students who were natives of Arabia, This stone was brought from Mecca by cartel caravan across the deeerta of Hljaz and Nejd. Among those honored In the walk are: Charles A. Lindbergh, President Roosevelt, Herbert Hoover, Robert Frost, General John J. Pershlng, John X>. Rockefeller, Eugene O'Neill, Paul Revere, Will Rogers, Thomas A. Edison, Andrew Carnegie, Luther Burbahk, Henry Clay, William Pcnn, Lafcadlo Hearn and Bret Harte. Tho Walk of Fame, its memorial markers set like flagstones, Is in the center of the Rollins campus. Each stone has engraved on It the name of the celebrity and the place from which the stone came. Was Head of ibri-Dollar, Firm; Mother>oMFraak, Ralph Morgan Uttoctotcd Frett Lettiet GREENWICH, Conn., Sept. 18.— Death -has closed the career of Mrs. Josephine Wupperman, mother at the screen stars, Frank and Ralph Morgan, ana president of the $1,000,000 Angostura Wuppermann Corporation, manufacturers of Angostura bitters on a, century old formula the secret of which was unknown to her. '••'.. Tho gentle, energetic 84-year-oW woman, generally regarded as we first of her sex to direct tho affair* of a largo business, died last night of a heart ailment. She had headed the Angostura- Wuppermanh firm, agent in the United States and Canada for the bitters first brewed as an appetizer in tho tropics of Venezuela, since the death of her husband, George Wuppermann, In 1915. Mrs. Wnppermnnn never missed a stockholders' or directors' meeting and It was under her shrewd direction that the business expanded from a small agency to a $1,000,000 corporation. But, though she ran the company'" with a firm hand, she never learned the formula for Its product. 112-Year Secret Held secret since it was originated 112 years ago, Dr. Alfredo Golo, Ble- gert, grandson of the inventor, guards the formula today. Copies are locked in vaults in Trinidad and London to assure its perpetuation. The bitters, known to all cocktail mixers, first were concocted by Dr. Johann Gottlieb Benjamin Siegert, an army surgeon stationed at Angostura, a Venezuelan town now known as Cludad Bolivar. He made the extract for northern- , ers, who lost their appetites in the tropics, but ship captains brought the bitters to North America EDUCATION EXHIBIT POPULAR SAN DIEGO, Sept 18. (U. P.)— Tourists from 46 states and 16 foreign nations have visited the palace of education at the California Exposition, a survey revealed. The check showed less than 60 per cent of the teachers visiting came from California. '»»> BIO PULL t WASHINGTON, Sept. 18. (TJ. P.)— A modern steam locomotive pulling a train of 12 pullman cars can be accelerated to j)0 miles per hour on a level track In about three miles or a little more than three minutes. Europe and they became known as medicine for anemia, colic, colds, fever, malaria and seasickness. Mrs. Wuppermann's son, Frank Morgan, born Francis Philip Wup- permann, is a vice-president and director of tbo company. With his brother, Ralph, he was at the bedside at, his mother's death. 99090000001 Adds Flam to • Pot Rent ' A*k Your Grocer Tern Sunrtr, Olitriblrtor Always so welcome at tome BS-150-JI Refreshment Time begins the very minute you raise an Ice- cold Coca-Cola to your lips. Bo<*UM ice-cold Coca-Cola looks COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. .,,lt fed», tastes... and It U refreebtng. Order the handy family package from your dealer. 414 Nineteenth Stroet. Phone SZI Refreshment Time - after Good Coffee I Itvmeans ao much and costs so HttleJASVhyJnot enjoy the JB.II ii ^~S f HP X X**"* S / \\ S) that lies it^acup of Schmfnfg Coffee. SchillingOrffee One kind tor Percolator Another on* (or Drip CORRECTION! Lamb Shoulder . . . . Ib. 23c Lamb Legs ....... Ib. 27c WHELDENS SUPER MARKET Union and Golden State Highway

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