The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 1, 1936 · Page 12
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12 THB BAKftllSPIELD CAUPOBNtAN; T&Uft8DAY,k)bf(Jttilfl 1, 1938 ? _ ._.._., "..A. __ ._* i^..^"^ /*** r_^ ,'_.*, SHIP SUNK IN VIEW~t)F NEW YORK SKYSCRAPERS Largest .Investment Trust of Manngcmnl Type to Unite Three Subsidiaries fliHU'rt rrtti Leaned H'frr; NMI3W YOU 1C, Oct. !.-• Atliifi Cor- porntlon. world'* Inruc-Nt lnvontmont IriiBt of the iniiniiKement. lyp*-. today moved to eonnolldnt" tliroo Hiihslrtl- nrlfH I\H n flnnl nlPp lii Klinpllflrn.tlon Of UH rorpoi-flti' Hlriirtiinv Tho t-nliMldlnrl'-H In ln> nlmwfof"! ai-o I'ncllii' EiiHtcrn I'orptji'iitloii "f whleh (kildiiiiin, Siiehs mill I'oni puny fin 1 lni'K" sioi'ldmldci-H. Hbon nndoiili l'orp"i'iitl«n ini'l Htcrllng Hr- ctirltlrH (.'iH-ptirallnii. Kloyd ndliim, preKlili-nl of Alliiw, announced pluiiH for the eonsolldit- lion which In to tiiUn jilaeo throiiKb exchange of stock. Bpeelal stouk- luildcrH' incetlngH of the c.orpdrn- tlons Involved arn selieduleil Hliuflly to votu nn tin- ptiin. oilhmi bi-llcvr-il nil would ureepi. tbo tuniiM which li" Hiild wern e(|iiltnhl«> for nil cou- %V'hni'i tin 1 propoHfd ffiiiRnlldulldii takes jilucn, AtlrtH will IIHVP I'oni plnted ltd program In ri'Kiird to :.'L' invpstmi'lit (.'onipiinli'N Unit II hinl ni-ciuli-fil Nlnci' the spring nf l!i:m The ii"\v rdinpiiny will lin\<' 11 run noil rill led IINKOI Intiil r)f $1 I0,!if)7.l 7'J ft lid Illlllrnlf-il Ili'l (IHHflH ol $HIL',- iri9,:i(II. Tluil IH I'lintil to $17. 'IS li film re on riiilNlnnilliiK foiTiinon Hloel. Hffer iniililiiK provlMlon for pr<- I'erred ul ft'ii ;i Hhnrr .Authorl/cd rnpllnl nf I.O'io.iilill nl I1"W li [iff ('Mil prnfniTfll, ,'fi» pur vnhlP 'if wlilrh IhiT" will Iw l»nii"il •170. KM Mhiiri'H, V.dOli, Odd shni-i'M (.1 n*'W flilnilli'll ?."• pill \nl\lc. (if ulllrll IIH'l'" \Vlll |pr iHHIM'il $.|.-l|l|I.L'r.,'i tlhlirivi II 11(1 Ihrrr Will In' Illltllllb lilllHllllld- Ing l,i)8l,n?:i ijpllini wiiri'iinlH to pur i-'luiMf 1 Jill i'i|UMl itinciiinl of ni'W ruin ii'iin nt Slffi n nlinre. York (!li,y had n. shipwreck In removed by (;oa»t «uardH who ro sponded to tho ship's frantic BOS the freighter New York In a heavy night fog. Plan Escorts Bureau Soon in San Francisco, Report llll.l. riNAl.l.V OITWITTKI) HI-/NIJ, (Me., Oct. I M'. l'.>— .Slrnt'-Ky Kept I'linili-H \'. Sllvln. for rner city eonnelhiinii here, from bpendlnK n nlirhl up n tree where he Illlll Illlllll refuse When plll'HIleil liv n bull. After un hour nn n llpili .SIIvlM Mpled mime cuwti In the din- (nnee. "Hook. »i>ok. boHMy," nolHex hroilKhl I he eowH rliiHi-r. Klnrilly th" bull Joined them. 11 nllnl rrrm l^.\S I'MlANCIKCd, (.let. 1.---ThlM i O I'nrlflr coiinl mi'lrii|iolln, known | Inrnll.v OH "I lie city Unit known how," will noon Imvo n new bu«l- tii'hn • ilf'HlBliod lo Hhnw II known liow Iri (tiki* iwirn of th'! KlniiiK''!', th') Ioin>ly nnd I ho wallf lower. \'li'ifir II. llulo him nnnoiiiuiod I>H liil)llwluii"fil of th" I'liclflc Hm-uri (Jl'l-VlrfH, With OfflCfM 111 (IllWIltOWII KHCiM'lH will l>o provided Tor n lirlcn- for cvi-rythlnK from hHplnfiM j lifted woini'ii inTOBH duiiKorotiH Hlrot't i ti> 11 round of I ho city's cliilin. Mull' linn Hlurt'vl InlorvlfwItiK pro« LEIDY'S MARKET NINETEENTH AT CEDAR PHONE 517 FREE DELIVERY Coffee, Ben Hur II). 28c Sweet Grouiul 1!|A Chocolate lit. IvC Jell-o 21c TOMATO .MUCH, t'AMl'UKLl/S 14 o/.., .'I for 20c 20 o/.., 2 for li)c 50 ox, 2Uc White Klnir Powder.Ijjc. \I\IK- Soap, CrvHtal Tf White... I for Tomalot'N, Kl Cumino No. 2V t ... O |Q A &for 19V Krtapic A Crackors L. Mis. Duic l-'ciiMl, C «-| A Favorite, il fur 1.IU ltal>y Food, Q OC A T nip nk . 0 ItM IOC TIHHUP, I'^ort Q AA Howard . . 0 for fcUC Carnation Outa . . . IRC. pkir. I'ot HoiiHl, Prime Steer. . , II). 17c IlciiH, I'VeHli OC*» n,. /DC Kill ItoHHl. Itcncly 07« to Cook II). 1.1C Sparer! hs. Mealy. . Ih. 19c Hums, Armour's OAn Star. piirlH /iVv La in I) Roast. With Pocket. No Hone lb. 25c Shortening, Hwlfl'H Pearl.. . . 4 „,. 48c OyHterH, Large Oil A KuHtern tto/,. fcOv Fresh Sliced llalibnl .. 24c Juice 3 d,,/. 25c Oranges. U do?.. resh Pears, |J A Lake County. . .lb. DC Celery, Utah. Kggplant, l/argo,. . each 5c Lr.atrd \\irrl pectlvc cmploycM. Moot of them are from tho employment bureaus of Stanford University mid tho University of Calirornla. A fmv general (|IIUllflCILtlollH fill 1 tllO Illlllll OMCOrlM IIHVO been outllneil liy Mule. They liH'ludo an ulilllty to titlk liit»-lll «f-ntly, dnnef, play lirldK" and drink In niodenillon. 'I I'hcy will bo carefully Instructed. Thr-y miiHt know nothliiK more nf a i-lli-nl tliun the ellent's nuiiKi. They muMl ank no piT/innal c|iinHt!oriJS. Ituynnd thlH ptiint, eni:ort8 will tie plekeil for their Hpeclultlns. They will bo filed under height, wnlRht. nife, complexion, nationality, re- IlKlon, rearhiK unit iieeompllshmontH. A client can anl< for a lull, blonde nlhli'le wllli npi-rlnl dniK'lliK ulilllty, »r IL Hliort hriinel li> with u I'll! Hi'Ut Kuppu Id'y nnd u linowledKo of the loMl lrlh(!H nf (hi' IneiiH. linti'H will lie $10 u nlKht for nn i-Ni'ort to nlKhl I'luliH up HhuwH or $IU If the i-Kuorl IH wnntuil nfttu II plnln that rin j uli-p beyond the ] Hull' hlin Hindu ' »corl nniHi PVIT l"l,by 01 n llcill'l. VOIIIIK woini'ii will In- on cull, ton, lor KiililliiK HhoppltiK tourn ul J'.! nn hour, but their dutlcM muni otul in Hundown. To kriip lil.s rhiirur<H In line, Htilr «lll urirutilr.1) (i H.VHU'iii of wplcH, or "oponilorw," nn ho pnil'i'i'H lo cull Ihcin. They will liikn cHcortH out ! oci'tixlniiiilly nnd Icrnpl tlioin. ThlH,! lluli- I'oolN. will keep HIIMII on tholi- K<'tilli>niiiiily lii-hiivlor, im they will iifvoi 1 Know wlii'llier I hey nro with u "P.V or n ri.|-iiliir client. Hulc HCI-H iinlltnlled poHMllillltleK In lilH new lniHlni'HH. I In liiipeM HOIIIO du.\' to eMialillHh 11 nntlonn! oi*^iinl/.n- lion, \\llh liun-iiiiH all nvi<r the conn try. Then nil i-Meort could Nee n client uff on n train from Sun P'rnn elm'o nnd iiiiothi-r could meet her m her ili'MllimlInn in iirnniHi- for tnxlH. linrKMKi*. hoti-lH uiid other Hitch Four Lose Lives in Aerial Crash i .\innrlulril 1'rfn 1,1-nteit Wlrtl NAI'KIIVII.1,1'3, III., i.»(•(. 1.—An MHHltiliml plinlnKi Mphcr Iri'l behind Ilirilllltll M lllHt Illlllllll- lIl'I'lHlllll WIIH I hi' only Hiii'vlvnr todny of a iiliHuri 1 iniililiiM; piuly whdNc iih-plaiii' >•(•«• liTilny rriiMlKM.1 and Imnieicl, llHHnj,' four I'l'I'HOIl.'l. IMUil DBfiir Iliinold, I.'H, nnd II|H llin-o inumoiiKi'i-ti, M|MH Wlluin Si ImrMi'i', '.'I. llowurd Adiunii, L!7. 1 Hulph Illildy, an, nil of Clil.'UK'i. \vi'ic liuinril In diNilh liiNt nlnlil \vhrn tliti I'riifl uoHftl Into 11 urnrliy field and riiuuht I'lrn an thi'.v to iihutoKnipli u Mpi'i'dliiH: I rain TAKE GOOD CARE OF YOUR EYES INCLUDING EXAMINATION ON EASY PAYMENTS No Money Down EAT AND GROW SLENDER I Lose Dangerous Fat ) fill uul fit! iiiciilH you don't ni-nl 1 lli"iu--(lo llRhl on buttor. I'ri'uni and MiiKiiry HWcclN J'lut HoiiHlhly of I Ininli, Iciin lipol', f|Hh Mini fowl. . Kill I'rullH nnd voKi<tnldi>ti In va i-lol.v, (.nln In physical Hltnicllvrni-Hx and i lii'nllliy arllvlly—frcl .vouiiKor—limit I \IIIIIIUIM'. i 'I'ulio nun half ti<i\H|>oonf\il of Kriin- j dii'ii Hiiltn In « RluHii of hot \\atnr \ lioforo hroulifiiNl ovury niornhiK- 'I'nku tlilN ndvh'n I'vor.v inornliii; fill* II Illlllll ll Illlll fri'l Kllll'llMINl.V Illlvo. | KniHi'hi'ii In n lili'iid of (1 pn'clouH ! dlffiMvnt millH nnd nfioi* you luivi' liild'ii only on" Jiir If vou don't fcol n ronl Improvi'iiu'iit In hoiilth- KII| ! your inonoy lim-U. KniNilii'ii is Hold Hut world ovoi-— nilllluiiH of Jnrs n month—thcrc'n iiiuri' (linn tun- roiiMiin. \o dniNtli- ciilhiirtlfN no coMHtlpn- (Ion Inn lillKNl'ul dully tnnvol action \vhi-n you liiKu >oin- iltllo dully down of KrUNclion ti.'t 'I'lml KniHchun A WEEK NO INTEREST OR EXTRAS O. D. REGISTERED OPTOMET OFFICES WITH I £08 Nineteenth Street, Bokonfleld State Cafe 2023 Chester Avenue I'NDISll NlflW AND AMERICAN MANACI15M18NT QUAUTY V'OOD — MHPIUM I'lUCIES COM1'!,I3TM MKAL8 35c to 50c Tables for Ladies ' 1 ' ^.'/Ji.**.* • WEILL'S Present Four Important Silhouettes French Replicn.s Exclusive With Us PROFILE BRIM Kur folt . . . poaketl crown with grougrain (Prr f(\ trim «D«.OU OPP-FACER Volour . crown and facing with soaring $5.00 HIGH CROWN Vi'loni' . . . medium brim with lovoly faultier trim r _ in State, Report a f t/»«ed Pr«« timed Wife} SACRAMENTO, Dot,' V-Crime te Incroaslng In California, if re> port* submitted to the state bureau of criminal identification may bo taken an indicative of tho trend, ThoBO reports, filed by peace of- fleers throughout the state, Hat a total of 21,703 crlmeu for tho first novon months of tho year OH compared with 20,766 for the same' period lost year. A major portion of the liirrcano wriH limed under burglaHeu, which Jumped from 13.6BB to J4.J28 .for tho period. Conns of robbery and flotl- (loiiH chcckd n.nd forgery also In- crnoflcd «ub«ctHntlally, tho report Police Secret Radio (ViHted-Prett Ltaied A1ONTRBAAL, Oct. 1. —Montreal police' department radio experts are experimenting with a "device which prevantu anyone but police from picking up broadcast* from the pp- lice station to squad cars, Director ernarfl Dufrcsne reveals* t The director refused to disclose do- llM, but admitted the now apparatus will bo used (Ui an addition to tho current short-wave t-adlo receiv» ers In use hero and will not require a complete chanffo of equipment. Ho said the apparatus will broadcast calls In such a way that they will sound like Htatlc to listeners with ordinary short-wave sets, but will oonio in normally on police , receivers. Food Supply '3f hree Pet,, tegs ThAn 1935 (United PraH Letued Wire) WASHINGTON, Oct, l.~ The United States food supply will be about 3 per cent less than last year, t>r. C. A. Black, chief of tho bureau of agricultural economics, estimated today, after a survey of drought damage. The principal reduction in domes- tie production oli a result of the drought has been in dairy products, potatoes, canned vegetables and fresh and dried fruits, Doctor Black said. DHOVVNKI) SANTA MONICA, Oct. 1. (A. P.)— An 'adventuresome "voyage" on a home-mado raft In a water-filled sumpholo ended In death for Jimmy Talamontcs, 8. The child fell from tho craft and drowned. Will Pid)t PrisfflJ i Site Next Month Wntted Prett Leattd T^lre/ cf SACRAMfiN-ro, Get. .i.^-Seiee- , lion of a nlte for ft Btato prison In . southern California may bd niad« ** within tho next month, nlato oflt- clala believed an the prison silo com* < mlsBlon'prepared to meet in Loo Angelea to consider one ot foiir.'pdi*, slble choices. • " /. ,«.vt*" , Tho commission had Inspected scores of sited during the past e<t*- oral months and tentatively selected one hi Orange county but dropped it when rooldctUd and officials of the county objected strenuously to hay,« Ing a prison erected (hero.' Mem* bers of the commission, after v ellml* natlng all but four proposed Bites, declined to Indicate where the prison may bo located. $6.50 FORWARD BERET Fur felt . . . A In Mary 8tw(tvt, wJtlv ahoot- ing qutU ..... ..... Mary >r|\ ,OU Bakersfield's Frontier Days October 3 and 4 Friday and y Saturday Sped" —Store-Wide— Open AH Day Saturday! The Season's Sensation I Man Tailored SUITS Smartly styled. Trim fit. Splendid workmanship. Full lined coals! $16.95 Gray, brown and blue. Plaids, herringbone and plains. Hard finish worsted and flannel. Sizes 12-20 FASHION SECTION MAIN FLOOR, A Shining Array of Satin Shirts Eminently RIGHT for sports wear, tailored suits or campus skirts. $198 1 Satin Costume Slips ALL SILK I!! Plain tailored or semi- (T> ^ tailored with smart embroidery trim, tb | Tea rose and while. Ail sixes , Cotton House Dresses Save your belter clothes by slipping into one of these around the kitchen and home I $100 1 MISSION HOSIERY Genuine Crepe!! 8 and 4-throad. Sheer and medium ehlfforiH. lu all thu much wanted now Fall HbadoM. Slzo rnngo from 8^4 to 1(H6. Per $-1 00 Three $085 pair.. JL pair CKNTKU AISUS Grand Selection New Fancy Sofa Pillows Made to sell for much more. Comfortable and decorative. styles. Special, each, Many colors and $100 i Wear Well Quality COTTON BLANKETS In plaid design. Several colors to choose /Jf\^ from. Size 72x80. And look »t the price!!! 05/0 54-inch WOOL GREPE 54-lnch MIXED TWEEDS yard RAYON LUNCH CLOTHS, 54x70. Assorted Colors each $1.59 $1.00 12 Wash Cloths $1.00 This Is Frontier Days Week End Make It a Glorious Two Days OUR STORE WILL BE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY Make it your headquarters . . . Arrange to meet your friends here. It's cool and handy and you're welcome I ' ' TWIN Sweater Sets Garments are all wool. Style and weave are the season's latest. Indispensable for the fall wardrobe. $2.98 Not a school girl or business woman but knows the endless uses of these practical twins! All-Wool Flannel Skirts The perfect companion to those smart, gay sweaters you love! $2.98 These skirts have style and wear- ability! Several styles and colors to choose from. ' And a good range of sizes. SPOHTS DKPARTiMBNT MAIN FLOOR Balcony Specials for Infants and Juniors KIDDIES' PLAY-ALLS Of cliambray apd seersucker. A boon to busy mothers! Sizes 3 to 8. Regular 69c value. Special , 49 BABY BLANKETS Part wool. In pink and blue y\[\\ .woven pattern. Good wide satin binding. Regular $2.50 value. Special. 98 BROTHER AND SISTER TOGS Dresses and suits in sixes 1, 2 and 3 years. Broadcloths, prints and piques in adorable styles to match. 98' Stamped Goods Specials Art Department on Balcony BABY DRESSES •!• . . . . Heady made, stamped for simple embroidery on line quality batiste. • /|Q/» Each BABY BIBS Three in a package complete for making 79c Novelty Dress Shoes FOR WOMEN * Suedes, fabrics, calf skins and kid leathers. It's all new fall merchandise. Regular values to $5,85, Now $Q85 3 MAIN' FLQQK SIIOK DEPARTMENT '*,"i,.,. ,

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