The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 10, 1933 · Page 3
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Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, January 10, 1933
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[^Tjj*^,f^^p|p^ $&' ^T^'^r'w*^* ' • v; ,<"••' x \. ' < „•',%' *, • - t ' *' '* • '*/.$,** < -" i BAKERSF!ELD CALIFORN1AN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1933 ffGREWMUE Once-Belifeved Only Weed but Now Known to Be Basis for Levulose (Associated Press Leased Vfire) AMISS, Iowa, . .Titn. 10,— Corn belt farmers have for years thought of the Jerusalem artichoke, commonly known ns the . wild sunflower, merely as a persistent weed. ,'•••' , But noW the golden glint of this plant In regarded In a different light, for agricultural workers In Iowa, State College see In It the basis for producing lovtilose, a very sweet sugar. Oh the • roots of this giraffe-like jrtant are tubers — resembling small sweet potatoes — that store up the valuable. sugar. • Through the perfection here of a "semJ-commerclal" process levuloae Is now :• being marketed at one-sixth to one-twentieth of what it cost a year tigo. Sharing honors of perfecting the new process are Professors John Buchanan, U. M. Hlxon, J. H. McQlum- phy and .T. W. Elchlnger, Jr. "Those, who^for tho last seven years have conducted research In tho project, predict that If the process w>oro enlarged and put on a commercial scale, the sugar perhaps could, be pro- cfuccd Ht 20 cents a pound. Levulose, the scientists say, is readily digested and Is more than one and one-half times sweeter than cane sugar. Tests at the Iowa experiment station show that a yield of about 13 tons of tubers per acre can be obtained . from the wild sunflower. Results based on the project show that a ton *"of tubers wHl produce about 130 pounds of refined levulose. "THAT HURTS" L. A. Woman Blinds Her Sleeping- Mate (United Press Leased Wire) LOS A NOBLES, Jan. 10.— Ida Brown, Sierra Madre housewife, who asserteelly poured, hot lye into tho eyes of her Bleeping husband, Louis, blinding him, awaited an insanity hearing today before the same jury which found her guilty of assault with caustic acid. The Jury deliberated only 30 minutes before finding the woman guilty. Her blinded husband had defended hqr from the witness stand, advancing her defense she was not g^ullty by reason^ of insanity. "A, The "candy" which Gene Grid- wold, 2, found on a dresser, turned out to be pills, but he munched 27 of the small'plnk pellets before his grandmother, Mrs. W. -E.' Picker- Ing, of Orovllle, happened along. GENERAL MANAGER DIES BUENOS AIUES, Argentina, Jan. 10. (A. P.)—Funeral services were held today for Ira W. McConnell, 61, general manager of the new La* Croze subway system of Buenos Aires, which ho helped to hutld as a partner of Dwlght P. Rpbinson & Co. of New York. • A CERtiPlED VALUE ', • i. ,"'''''''' Year Guaranteed / ••-,•'•' Sheets and Cases Size 81x99 Inches Size 72x90 Inches Ea. Look at the price, conic in and see the quality and you will understand why we guarantee them for five years—this is the season's outstanding value in sheets and cases. Be wise, buy now .and save. Pillowcases 45x36 or 42x36 Inches 22c Each . HELD AS GIRL KIDNAPER SANTA ANA, Jan. 30. (U. P.)— Fort Tlieuret, 22-year-old filling station attendant of Costa Mesa, was held on u charge of kidnaping today after ho had been arrested by sheriff's deputies in company with, Dorothy Dresback, 12, of Fullerton. PILOT CHEATS DEATH PITTSBURG, Pa., Jan. 10. (A. P.) Crashing ,at the Allegheny connty airport early today, Jack Zimmerman, 30, of Columbus, Ohio, narrowly, escaped death as his express-mall plane burst into flames. ^' c o* __i A '^ LUDEN'S Menthol Cough Drops MALCOLMBRQCKCO JJownbtaiAbwote HIGHEST QUALITY • -format brice Not an ordinary blend—but a special, distinctive blend that meets America's different taste in tea. And best of all this tea of highest quality sells for less. Try this fine-flavored M-J-B product. TREE TEA 'Blended to America's'Taste" "Helped More than Anything Else" Recommends Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to Weak Women " After my little boy woe born I got up too Boon. I bad §uch bearing down pains that I could Marcely be on my feet. Your Vegetable Com pound helped me more than anything else. I recommend it to weak women." k MRS. U. B. 8WANSON 1520 Braiuard Road, Lyndhuret, Ohio ,If you are weak, nervous and rundown, got a bbttlo of the Vegetable Compound from your druggist today • A Certified Value A Timely Purchase of Gentlemen's Socks i at a New Low Price for this quality 94c. WOVEN CLOCKS and PICCADILLY VERTICALS. Special in Pattern and Color combinations. Lisle and Celanese and Rayon constructions, with double soles and reinforced heels. Strictly Firsts. Thousands to select from. A Wonderful Sale Be Here Early Tomorrow Men's Shop — Main Floor MALCOLM BROCK CO. Kl UN COUNTY J PROuMmVt MORE • BAKl P/F IFl I) Certified Values in Brock's Close-Out of Lovely Wash Frocks • A Certified Value Regular $1.95 ETTY BAXLEY'S and LADY LETTY'S Final Drastic Clearance- Regular $1.95 Values— AH Beautiful Styles— Super Quality Fabrics- Exceptional Value— Each What woman is there in Bakcrsfield who is not acquainted with these famous Wash Frocks—lovely prints and rayons that will prove colorfast in the tub. Buy two or three at this low price while you can save so handsomely. Sizes 13 to 50. Brock's—Downstairs Store \ CERTIFIED VALUE TISH Regularly 50c All Colors 29c —Main Floor Another Certified Value From the Downstairs Store Beautiful Tweed Coats You never saw better looking coats for the same money, finely tailored of rich fabrics-^-tweedy wools that are beautiful and becoming. Every coal beautifully silk .lined. Colors: Black ami-white, brown and while,'winc, navy. Sizes 14 to 44. Brock's—Downstairs Store Sale Price • Certified Values .. . From the Boys' Shop Flannel Robes • Tan, Brown Red, Blue, Green Sizes 4 to 18 ? Why not buy one of these all-wool flannel robes now and save for next winter—you know what the price will be—in plain colors and bright, wide stripes. The value is exceptional. Boys'Socks Cotton, fancy stripe*, and plsid*. Sixes 8 to C prs. 10. 2Bc quality... V for Boys' Socks y z and %s—fancy checks and stripes, also heathers. ORjt Sizes 6J/ 2 to 9 ShVv Boys' Shop^—Main Floor • CERTIFIED TESTED VALUE Pure Silk Hosiery Super Twist, Full-Fashioned, Picot Top, Run Stop, Cradle Foot All silk from top to toe and with qualities that malic it a truly sensational value. "I^pquet" protects the seam and assures service. Fine quality chiffon, with rein- i /^^ forced heel and narrow ankle, dull finish, sheer weave. These hose are tested for quality, fashion, color, right ness and value—and are truly a certified value. Sizes 8y 2 to 10. Five good shades—Sunbeige, Smokestonc, Brownwood, Hazel-Beige, Fawn-Brown. Certified Values From Fashion Floor MATfRS at Half-Price A r/ y te A saving of exactly one-half their regular prices makes this u wonderful value. Slipon Sweaters All wool, with long and pun" sleeves; fancy stitch, luce knit, crochet and angora, in plain shades and combinations. Sizes 12 to 20. . Formerly $1.98 to $5.95 Now 99c to $2.98 Brock's—Fashion Floor Nelly Don Dresses Half-Price You know that the name "Nelly Don" stands for the smartest styles in sport wear—this group features lovely dresses of wool crepe and jersey—unusually becoming modes you will find pleasure in wearing right now. Colors include: red, green, brown, navy and black. In sizes 12 to 18. Formerly $3.95, $5.95, $7.95, $10.95 Now at Half Price Brock's—-Fashion Floor BROCK'S Downstairs Store M ALCOLM BROCK CO KERN COUNTY!)" PRQGRE/JIVE TTORE • BAKER/FIELD

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