The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 18, 1944 · Page 2
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 2

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, October 18, 1944
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Wetfrescioy, October 18, 1944 Cahfornian r PEANUT BUTTER Warren Takes Sulfa Drugs for Influenza PACRAMKXTO. Oct. 18. (UP)— Governor Karl Warren, moved from Ilium 1 altc yesterday to the Silt- i- Hospital when ho was found to 1 ; suffering from influenza, was ro- 1 ortod this morning to be "at the iRlit of his lllnoss." His physician, Dr. J. B. Karrla, said thp governor's temperature was more than 102 yesterday but was rrductod to slightly over 100 by sulpha drugs administered during the night. 'GUARANTEED TO P Truman Predicts 400,000-Vote Majority for Demos in California; Goes to Oregon By ERNEST B. VACCARO WITH TUUMAN EN ROUTE TO PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 18. UP)— Forecasting a Roosevelt victory in California by a 400,000-vote majority, Senator Harry S. Truman, Democratic vice-presidential candidate, moved Into Oregon today for a survey of pre-election sentiment in that state. He was guest of honor at a dinner last night in San Francisco's Chinatown where he ate with chopsticks and told an audience that the time is here when we can furnish China the weapons she needs. Hartley Crum, San Francisco Republican attorney who managed Wendell Wlllkie's presidential campaign In the bay area four years ago, introduced Truman. The candidate told of having voted for repeal of the Chinese exclusion act, and dela red: "Congress ought to pass a law to permit Chinese-American soldiers to bring llieir wives into this country." Speaking by radio to other Chinese in the bay area, Truman asserted that one of the greatest regrets of this war is that we have not been able to furnish all the necessary munitions to the Chinese because of demands on other fronts. He added: "The time is now here when we are going to. We have the Japanese on the run as they have never been before." On the basis of the heavy registration In California, two to one in San Francisco, the Democratic majority in November will amount to a minimum of 400,000, Truman told reporters as his special car left California behind. Truman will speak extemporaneously tonight at a dinner In Port- land arranged by Oregon Democratic leaders before visiting Washington state where he will make an automobile tour with Senator Wallgren (D-Wash.), now running for gov- governor, prior to a radio address Thursday night at Seatttlc. Leo Wallace, national committeeman, and Mrs. Nancy Robinson, commltteewoman, are to board the special car at Salem, Ore., during the day. NAZI DEATH SCYTHE LONDON, Oct. 18. Iff)—The Berlin radio came up with a new secret weapon story today, Announcing that Nazi troops on the Russian front now are using an "electric machine- gun." The weapon, said the broad cast, is known as "The Death Scythe." Produce at SAFCWW is HAWKAUV fRtSH! "ML rui— Buy at Safeway eating quality. jcooked. CANNED FOODS Orange Juice Exchange 19-et. 41 • Brand ce«i •••» (46-ounce can, 49c> Pork & Beans 3 "£^ "2 *B C Chili con Carne ' 5 « / i;" 1 18* Rutherford's Hypower Brand. (With beam) Chicken & Noodles 16 ;' r '-27« tynden Brand—just heat and serve. BAKING ITEMS ftrrlri n ft ^inH rr Arm b Vl "*• 4" £)UJK.iIl(J OVJUU. Hammer pha. * (One pound size, Be) Food Coloring ££ i£14« Schillings—for cakes, cookies, candies. Imitation Vanilla ££ 10" Also Imitation Lemon. Westog Brand. Pie Crust Mix S ,JJ£, JS'3* 40-ci. 4O0 s. Note price. lb. lb. Fisher's Biscuit Mix Dried Bananas Cooking Dates Brand Edna Cast Venus Peel t SE£ r*a l-li pk f . > 3i B lb. (Venus Citron Peel, 4-oz. pkg., 19c> Del Monte Raisins Fancy seedless variety. «~ 1 4 . 12- Redentif Right to limit reserved. No sole* to dealers. CRACKERS t CEREALS Ritz Crackers Pirates' Gold Nabisco 8-01. 1-lb., 2lc pka. Graham l-lb. !•>« Crackers pha. *' Favorite of pantry pirates. (2-lb. box, 30c) ,«-.. Jg. MEDIUM GRADE A EGGS Breakfast Gems Brand. Packed in handy carton. Medium size eggs arc a "best buy" at today's low price. Kellogg All Bran Shredded Wheats? 'ST 11* Quaker Oats <£££ 2 £* 13« MS-ounce package, 27c> Roman Meed SysS 3 * t ' TYPICAL SAFEWAY VALUES BEVERAGE VALUES for your enjoyment MUSIC - SONGS - LAUGHS Fresh Bread 5:30 Julia Lee I Vi•Ik- Wright's locf Wheat or enriched white. "Bread is basic" Knox Gelatin *£*£* '£; l-'ri f 7 I 7 Ice Cream Mix. 5-oi. X 11^.Z. Just add water! Wesson Oil fM 27" QMrt Jergens Lotion %£ '»£• VEAL SALE ALL GRADES ARE "POINT FREE" VEAL ROAST Rib roast—cut from Guaranteed Veal. VEAL CHOPS Also roasts. Blade or Arm cut of Shoulder. VEAL SHANKS Low in price and point free. Nice cut for braising. (4) LAMB BOAST Five rib Ismb shoulder roast. (Round bone chops are on.) RHYTHM INN KNX Airway Coffee Nob Hill Coffee Iris Coffee Breakfast Cup Canterbury Tea Ground to order Rich Blend 20« (Canterbury Tea Bogs, package at 16, 1 3c) EDUJDRDS COFFEE "" 97' A FOUND TODAY IN VACUUM MR Jb SF SPREADS If you have been looking for "point free" meat items that you can serve with confidence, look no further. Veal—the kind that Safeway offers—is guaranteed to please. And it takes not a token! Grade AAorA lb. COAHAMTEED QUALITY Grade AA,AorB lb. LAMB BREAST „, lie PORK LIVER Economical Grade AA, A or B. ''• e»w Sliced. Fry some with onions. LAMB SHANKS „ iOe GROUND BEEF Tobnisc.GradeAA.AorB. '•• s»V State inspected. In Vifking. NOTI: Hfure In B«'*"tlieiet en Lemb React He« akeve IneNcetei fed potato oar pa««4. Seme Safewayi 4e HO* carry all are4e* ltetee> •, 29" ll-e». Marmalade (Two pound jar, 27c> Libby Apple Butter Fruit Butter !££ ._ SOAPS, CLEANERS, ETC Purex Liquid Bleach ^ Ml . 21* White Magic Bleach % ..,. 16« Cashmere Bouquet 3 ban for 27e Sierra Pine ££ Skat Hand Soap Su-purb Soap Bon Ami Powder Vano so-. 3* CM Household Cleoner Vono gets dirt I No-Rub Wax QMI* MUSCATH, PORT, SHERRY f .r fifth <1 «^ • • Dessert winei. BURGUNDY Table wine. Wine* ere efferetf fw Mto t«ly In SeifMMyt l •9 MM HMNW« SAFEWAY • • • • •' • • • •HISJ.BJ Now to Mike cabbage interesting, delicious OP COMM, "corned beef and ..." it one way to serve cabbage, and a good way it ia, too. But it'a far from being the only way! For in* •tance, thia ia delicious: SCALLOMD AmiS AND CAMAOI Slice 5 medium-size cooking apples and combine with 2 tbsps. sugar. Finely shred 1 medium-size head of cabbage; .season with 2 taps, salt, 1 tbsp.-.'Vinegar, and 4 tbsps. bacon drippings. Arrange alternate layers of sliced • apples and shredded cabbage in well-greased baking dish or casserole, beginning with cabbage and ending with apples. Top with J^-cup fine dry bread crumbs; dot with 2 tbsps. butter or margarine; cover. Bake in moderate oven (350° F.) 30 minutes or until done. Remove cover; continue baking at same temperature about 10 minutes, or until crumbs are brown. Serves 6. Per • «jwite> different way to make cabbage interesting, try one of these slaws: 6«M Staw (golden and appetizing in appearance)—Just before time to serve, shred 3 cups of cabbage, 1 \4 cups carrots, and dice V-j-cup sweet or dill pickles; combine. Add 1 tbsp. sugar and K-cup vinegar, and toss lightly to mix. Add salt and pepper to taste. Moisten with mayonnaise and serve immediately on cabbage leaves. Serves 6. Mexkcn Slaw—To shredded cabbage, add tomatoes cut in wedges, and diced green peppers, and toss with a little sugar, vinegar, and salt to taste. And WBtee) Cabbce* is a dish that's much tastier than it sounds! Saute 2 sliced medium-sized onions in bacon drippings, add 2 cups finely shredded cabbage; sugar, vinegar, and salt to taste. Cover and steam- fry for 3 to 5 minutes. JOINTS IACH RATIONED FOODS MICI VALUI —•hie Stamp**— (30) Tomatoes (10) Here's Health 1«* I3 (40) Figs Vegetoble Juice Cocktoit Sundown Brand l4'/i-es. Kadota Variety —«ed Stamp*: (1) Grated Cheese A *r. 52 (2) Sunnybank TVrf-kOr* Ourkee Brand IIUV^U Morgorine 13- I candy booklet t insures success. Here's a free booklet by Julia Lee Wright which guarantees success by answering all candy makers' questions—tells you what to do and what to avoid, whether you're making candy for your own home or to send away! You'll want it for your kitchen library. Mail the coupon now (copies free while supply lasts). Julia Lee Wright, Director Safeway .Homemakers' Bureau Box 660 K, Oakland 4. California Please send me "Candy Success- Here's How- Name __________________ St. Addres«___ City (Zone No.) .State. r tmfftffA NAVY TO KEEP PRODUCTION SIGHTS RAISED UNTIL JAPAN'S DEFEAT ; NAVY MADE CONTRACTS TOTALLING $27,500,000,000 IN PAST YEAR; MAY CHANGE SOME REQUIREMENTS WASHINGTON, Oct. 18. (U.PJ— The navy, In contrast with army plans for a 40 per cent production outback after victory In Europe, Intends to keep Its prbductlon sights raised until the defeat of Japan appears unmistakably near, It was learned today. Top-ranking navy procurement officials said there will be cutbacks in some items needed by the navy but that these, for the most part, will represent changes in requirements. In the fiscal year ended June ,30, the navy made commitments and placed contract." with a value of approximately $2,000,000,000, but even those cutbacks nave been replaced by contracts for items more urgently needed because of changing war conditions. The procurement officials said that production for the navy's part of the battle of the Atlantic has been delivered, but' that the increase in the navy's war effort In the Pacific at the present time precludes any overall cutbacks. Types of Guns For Instance, It has been found that 40-millimeter anti-aircraft guns are more useful in the Pacific than the 20-mllllmeter type. Consequently, the navy has cutback contracts for 20-mllllmeter guns and ammunition and has ordered a relative increase in the heavier weapon. Vast Increases have been ordered In production of rocket ammuintlon, attack transports and attack cargo craft, and high capacity ammunition. Cutbacks have been ordered in fighter planes but they affected a part of the program on which production had not even started. There also has been a reduction in orders for transport planes because the navy is now getting what It needs from the army. "When the war In Europe Js. over, the navy may get some other items Acid Indigestion RtBtteJiB !•*•*• M MB ft* •ewyhMk Whn tnMi IMBMB told CIUM pilnful, luffout- tal MI. war Women ind htirtbam. doctor* maill? prtMrib* Kit futMt-Mtlof nrtlolnM toon for •raptotuUt Mlltf—B«dktBM lit* thot» In Btll-ini TitrUM. No liiMlft. Bril-ui brlnM eaifort In • jlffyarrMambottl* to « for doubl* maati bwk. 3U. from the army, but naval procurement officials said such" supplies would be only an Infinltesmal por. tion of the navy's requirement!. Destroyer Escorts Cut The only major cutback In the ship-building projrram has been In destroyer escorts, which were needed largely to deal with the submarine menace in the Atlantic. Many destroyer escort ships are now being converted into troop transports* while yards engaged on D.-E. construction have been put to work on landing craft. Production for the navy must b# kept at high levels if for no other reason than the great distances involved in the Pacific war. 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