The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 5, 1933 · Page 5
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ww^ "••'.'.' . .'!*'•„ , - s * i \'i' •' \*to~ <V ' f '^' ' , J i ' "t, 1 * sl '',,'' tttfi BAKERSFIELD CALIPORNIAN, THURSDAY, JANtJAftY 5,1933 Ex-Governor Mourns Death ' of Mrs, Moskowitz, Social Worker '• (Vnttcd Pfett Leaiet Vflre) NHW YORK, Jan. G.—Alfred B. Smith stood- bowed In grief and tears late yesterday among 3000 mourners at'the funeral of Mra. Belle Moskowitz and heard his political mentor for the past 14 years eulogized as a "citizen wotklng with an ;'eye to the truest good;" .• H • •"••:. ' ' Several. thousand others, unable to get Inside, Temple Emanu-El, lined Fifth "avenue lri. r sllent tribute to the fantaus ; woman politician and social worker, who died following a severe ;TheV*empie was crowded with the mighty of; the city and state, .but among them were also the shawled women of the East Side among whom Mrs. Moskowlt* spent her life In volunteer social, service, and In whose behalf she Inspired much of the state's recently advanced social legislation. Rabbi Stephen S. Wise conductor the'-Viervlces, after-which the white casket In Its blanket of red roses was borne from the altar ,amid audible weeping from all parts of the great church. A police' escort led the funeral procession to Tarry town for interment . Mrs.' Moskowitz was survived By the children of her first marriage, Carlos nnd Joseph Israels, II., and Mrs. Cyril Franklin of Jjondon, and her husband, Dr. Henry Moskowitz; author and former civil service commissioner. Mrs. Moskowitz did not become nationally known until the . rapid ascendency of Smith from New York county office holder to presidential nominee, brought all of his associates into prominence. Smith said of her: ."She.his the greatest brains of anybody I ever kfcnew." She said or him: ''Mr. Smith Is ». man of -destiny, the greatest leader ef hit time.'' Mrs. Moskowitz was born Belle Lindner on October 6, 1887, of German, Russian and Polish Jewish parentage. Her father was a watch maker and while poor provided her with an excellent education. She specialized In literature, psycholopy, logic and mastered several languages. She became a social service worker at 18 and worked In the settlement houses In some of New York City's worst slums. In 1903 she married Charles M. Israels, a nephew of Joseph Israels the Dutch painter. Ho died In 1911 and In 1914 she married Dr. Jtto?- kowltz. BY RACING The Pacific Southwest Racine Car Championship and trophy for 1932 was won by the Gllmore Special, • No. 6, owned by Art Sparks and driven by Bill Cummings, Kelly Petlllo and Mel McKee. This car won '13 first places using Gllmore Gasoline exclusively. "It Is gratifying to us that In our first year, of racing activity, the race car championship should be won by a car using our gasoline," says Earl B. Qllmore, president of the Gtlmore Oil Company. "The Qilmore Special, owned by Art Sparks, used Qllmore gasoline In every race, and was always a threat. More major races were won with It* than with any other car, to say nothing of numerous second and third places. . "The ..owner of the car and the three men who drove It In various rai'es give much of the credit for Us success to Gllmore 'gasoline. This motor fuel supplies the extra pickup required to develop added speed on the straightaways, arid the- super power that Is required to hold It steady in the turns, the instant the thVottle was opened. "This quick pickup and potent power that has brought victory to cars using Gilmore gasoline Is Incorporated In Gllmore Red Lion, the new speedway perfected gasoline now marketed by our organization throughout the Pacific coast." Ernest Lewis Heads Bureau of Valuation (Associated Preta Leased Wire) WASHINGTON, Jan. 5.— Ernest I. Lewis of Indiana, until January 1 a member of the Interstate ' commerce comnllsston, today was named chief of its bureau of valuation. Lewis was reappolnted to the commission last summer by President Hoover, but the Senate failed to confirm his nomination. So he left the commission at the end of his term. , Announcing the appointment, the commission said It was considered necessary because of his familiarity with the valuation bureau activities. - : - * « • 1« STRAW HATS STOLEN CHICAGO, Jan. B. (A. P.)— With the Chicago sun neither so bright nor hot these days as to make winter headgear a burden, police today were wond»rlng just what tho thieves who stole 100 straw hats from Louis Fine's automobile planned doing with them. ' . - •».« SLAYER ELECTROCUTED BELLEPONTB, Pa., Jan. 5. (U. P.) Joseph Hudock, 23, Luzerne county, who confessed the "torch slaying" of Stanley Rish, service station proprietor, was electrocuted In Rookvtew penitentiary today. _ PLEASANT RELIEF FROM CONSTIPATION Shoulders' droop under weight of years. ; Young, yet beauty has fled. Cheeks aro sallow and drawn. Unsightly pimples. Keep your system clean and you keep the beauty, of youth. Its energy^ Its Irresistible dliarm, Then life is not a failure. Clogged bowels and Inactive liver cause poisons to seep through the system. Health vanished and with It beauty and energy. Dr. Edwards ,Ollve Tablets will help nave you from this dark hour. For 20 years they have been prescribed in place .of calomel to- men and women seeking health and freedom from constipation. They ,act easily and smoothly. No dangerous griping. Take nightly before retiring. Results will amaze you. Thousands of men and women would never be without Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets, a vegetable compound. Know them by their olive color, 15p, tOo and 60c. All druggists.—Adv. . WEILL'S FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Let's Go 1933! WeijU's First Big Store-Wide Sale for the New Yeaiv-Dynamic Values in Every Department 2-lb. Virgin Wool Batts Fine quality wool batts. Size 72x90. MAIN FLOOR 1 * 70x80 Plaid Sheet Blankets Large block patterns in pastel shades. . . . All trimmed with fancy borders. MAIN FLOOR 1 PR. 17x24 Feather Bed Pillows Filled with brand new feathers. All covered with fancy tickings. MAIN FLOOR PR. i 24x48 Cannon Bath Towels 4for$l Excellent quality double thread towels. All white with colored borders. MAIN FLOOR Men's All Wool Sleeveless Sweaters A regular $1.95 value. Large variety of colors in all sizes. BASEMENT 1 Reg. $1.95 Girls' Flannel Skirts Closing out our stock of $1.95 girls' skirts. Sizes 10 to 14. Pretty assortment of colors. BASEMENT 1 Heavy Blue Denim Boys' Bib Overalls 2for$l Extra heavy, full cut blue denims. A real dollar special. WEILL'S BASEMENT 54-Inch Woolens A special group of five woolens In abort lengths. Also, plain and printed silks, accumulated in our stocks after • intensive selling. Good lengths. yds. 1 MAIN FLOOR ABC Percales Guaranteed fast colors. A large variety of pretty plaids, prints and stripes. The patterns are desirable and the value is outstanding. yds. 1 36-Inch Unbleached Muslin 15 yds. $1 Limit 15 Yards to a Customer MAIN FLOOR Lace Curtain Panels Beautiful lace net curtain panels. They come in both tailored, fringe style .... 2*4 yards long. Ecru color only. 1 Printed Pajama Flannel An outstanding assortment of pajama flannels in printed patterns. Juvenile and floral designs. Guaranteed fast colors and 36 inches wide. MAIN FLOOR Look! FulI-Fashioned Four-thread, full-fashioned chiffon hose. Pure silk from ptcot edge to toe. Every pair guaranteed perfect. Some with lace clox. A-real value. MAIN FLOOR 36x36 Bridge Sets for Beautifully embroidered bridge sets. Four napkins, /with embroidered designs on each corner. Priced especially for Dollar Days. MAIN FLOOR 1 Reg. $1.59 Overnight Luggage Made of strong,, sturdy boxwood frames. Rounded corners. Unfitted cases. Our entire stock of $1.69 overnight bags included. $ Rayon Taffeta Slips MAIN FLOOR Bias cut both back and front. Lace trimmed rayon taffeta. Will wash beautifully. Colors are pink and tea rose. BASEMENT for 1 Women's Wash Frocks A small lot reduced for immediate clearance. Taken frpm our stock of higher- priced dresses. Guaranteed fast colors. BASEMENT for 1 Boys' Wool Turtle-Neck Sweaters 2 for $1 What a value! 100% pure wool in an outstanding variety of colors. Bought especially for this event. Not a closeout ... all brand .new and desirable. BASEMENT Men's Khaki Pants Finely tailored and full cut, reinforced at all points of strain. Will t wear like iron. Reduced for Dollar *' Days only. 1 BASEMENT Men's, Women's Woolies Solid Sterling Silverware Yes, SOLID Sterling Sliver—Heirloom quality ... in our beautiful open stock. "Princess Elaine" pattern at fl.OO each. You may never have thla opportunity again. Act! $ Regular $1.45 Pair All natural sheep lined woolies with • * cuffs. Most all sizes. An outstanding!*!* A value for Friday and Saturday. ' P* • I WEILL'S BASEMENT 1 BASEMENT Buy Your Fox Theater Tickets at Weill's 40c Tickets, 25c Good Any Time IjntU February 18, 1883 Regular $5.95 Dresses Jgyy Our regular $6.05 dresff stock in this feature price, Buy the second dross for ., o only $1.00 after you buy "IC OCCOIKl one dregs for regular price. DrCSS ftt . . MAIN FLOOR 1 Pure Silk Undies Don't miss this big value group of un- dies . . . slips, panties, dance sets and combinations, specially priced for dollar days. MAIN FLOOR 1 Foundation Corsets Corsets, corselettes and rubber reducing girdles, all in this big group. Many garments from our higher-priced stock. A big value. MAIN FLOOR 1 f Linen Lunch Cloths 54-inch square, all pure linen lunch cloths stamped for simple embroidery. Also size 54x72 in this group. BALCONY 1 Stamped Pillowcases Linen finish pillowcases^ stamped for simple embroidery. Made or Bucilla tubing. A big value at this low price. BALCONY prs, 1 Men's Shirts and Shorts Fine quality broadcloth shorts, three-button yoke front and full balloon seat. Run-resist rayon and fine combed yarn cotton undershirts. All sizes. BASEMENT for 1 New Spring Dresses New styles arriving daily and going out as fast. Styles for afternoon and evening wear. You will be thrilled with their clever styling and beautiful colors. BASEMENT 18x30 Coco Mats Door mats of exceptional quality. Marked down for Dollar Days. You simply cannot afford to miss this opportunity. 1 BASEMENT Children's Shoes Broken lines of oxfords, straps and sandals. All leather shoes at this low price. Hurry 1 WEILL'S BASEMENT prs. 1 $1.95 Women's Street Frocks Our entire stock of regular $1.95 fast color frocks included in this group. MAIN FLOOR 1 $1.95 Children's Ail-Wool Sweaters Mothers, here's a big value in children's sweaters. Hurry, Friday. BALCONY i One Doz. Regular $1.69 Daisy Cloth Diapers The genuine daisy cloth flannelette diaper at this low price. 1 BALCONY Sewing Machines Cleaned and Adjusted All work done by experts. Also used machines as low'as $5.00. BALCONY i Folding Ironing Boards A complete folding ironing board with pad and cover.' 8ASEMENT 1 4-Foot Rodded Stepladder A strong sturdy stepladder, well braced with apron. BASEMENT i Fire-Piece Mixing Bowl Sets A 5-piece mixing bowl set. Worth «p much more. Set i WEILL'S BASEMENT

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