The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 19, 1933 · Page 3
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 3

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, January 19, 1933
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFOttNlAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1933 UMMK1ENTS 2000 RADICALS ARE ARRESTED IN JAPAN (Amtoolated Presi Letttcd Wire) WASHINGTON, J^h. 19,—Conaollda- ' tlon of tho Interior and agriculture 1 departments will be proposed to the ,• Senate within 'a fev/ days by Senator Bratton. Democrat, New" Mexico, who estimates this would save "at least .$50,000,000: -yearly." .VBrattohV now is preparing a bill for tlio consolldntlon, which ho hopes to "Introduce this week, It would authorize the President to consolidate the departments, adjust , and correlate their activities, and abolish duplicating functions., The New Mexican suld ho felt that «IH the major activities of both agencies dealt with the country's land, they should be In one unit, - *-»-» • ' Oakland Matron Is Prisoned for Life (Asioctnlcd Praia LcaseiWtre) OAKLAND, Jan. 19.—A life sentence In Sun Quentln prison has been Imported upon Mra. Bessie Nelson for the murder of her husband Harry Nelson, county official and war veteran As Superior Judge Fred V. Wood pronounced sentence someone In the Courtroom hissed. The Judge attempted , to learn the source of the hiss but was unsuccessful. Mrs. Nelson was accused of being • an accomplice with her admirer Claude Forbes, who confessed tual killing, pleaded guilty and Tuesday was sentenced by Judge Wood to hang. . (Attoctatwl Prctt Leatet Wire) TOKIO, Jan. 19.—Removing a pub- (cation ban, Japanese authorities announced today the details of A countrywide roundup of 2000 radicals. The arrests occurred late In October, following discovery of widespread Communist activities aiming at eventual overthrow of the. existing social system. . ' It' also wns announced today that 7000 radicals In all were arrested In Tpklo during last year,. mont of them educated youngsters In their early twenties, These Included girls, many of whom belonged to wealthy families. •#-»•• WOES OF EX-HUSBAND CHICAGO, Jan! If). (A. P.)—Having been a member of the- alimony club In jail six times," William Rubens told Judge Joseph Sabath he couldn't pay his ex-wife, Fannie, because ho couldn't get out -long enough to earn tho money. The judge asked Mrs. Rubens if she wouldn't relent. She wouldn't, so William went back to alimony row for the seventh time. . «-«-•—i " " ASSIST- SCHOOL. WORK MePARlJANb, Jan. 18.—Miss Elsie May Sla,de, eighth grade, teacher at the McFarland Grammar School, spent i last. Saturday In Bakcrsfield, assisting a committee with tho revision of the manual In social science for tho seventh and eighth grades to be used next year. Miss Lottie Long, seventh grade teacher, will spend Saturday In Bakersfleld assisting with the reading manual which-w,!!! be used next year. BUTTER CLOVERBLOOM... ARMOUR'S FULL CREAM ib. 2Oc 41-oz. pkg. 22c CHALLENGE BUTTER Ib. 2lc SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR CAMPBELL'S ' +****. TOMATO SOUP 3-l9c FORMAY...THE PERFECTED , ,, • ^ SHORTENING « lOc 3-POUND CAN 45e ' WHITE KING GRANULATED , *% mm SOAP 4 p°c27c EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE THE WORLD'S LARGEST SELLING COFFEE GOLDEN WEST am MARGARINE lk -5c HILLS BROS., M.J.B., or BEN HUR DRIP ., «% ** COFFEE I32c UNEEDA BAKERS MOUNDS CHO » C U°U L K ATE lb '9c Finest Quality Meats ib. 24c TURKEYS PILGRIM HENS OR TOMS - U.S. GOVERNMENT GRADED PRIME' * POT ROAST FIRST CUT CHUCK Ib. CENTER CUT CHUCK Ib. I5c PORK ROAST "«,*•&»• •»• BONELESS |L PORK ROULETTE OA S T LAMB ROULETTE. BONELESS ROAST VEAL ROULETTE BONELESS ROAST ib. |7c M5c SHORTENING -KWB..SWTS 2 "* I5C POT ROAST ROUND ib. Ipc CUT FROM GRAIN-FED ROUNDS PRIME RIBS OF BEEF ' ib. 2Oc FOR OVEN ROASTING - FINEST GRAIN-FED BEEF BERKSHIRE HALF OR IL O ^4. MILLER &• HART WHOLE lo * AWC SLICED. RIND OFF Ib. 18< Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Juice Oranges 6 d 25c 6M5c JUICY AND SWEET Apples FANCY...ROME BEAUTIES PRICES EFFECTIVE JANUARY 19. 2O 21 The Gr*at Atlantic 6* Pacific Tta Co. $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ BUY AMERICAN BUY AMERICAN BUY AMERICAN BUY AMERICAN BUY AMERICAN BROCK'S SUPER DOLLAR DAYS Friday and Saturday — Values to Challenge Previous Triumphs — Come! Silks-Silks In a Final Clean-Up Come early for this clearance of Silks, Printed Crepes, Cantons, Flat Crepes, Ruff Crepes and Crepe Satins, about 500 yards in the assortment, i Values Up to $1.00 Yard 2 Yards for $1.00 Butterfield's Pueblo Print 2000 Yards, new spring patterns, sunfast and lubfast, 36 inches wide. One of the greatest values of all time—Now rnm 15' BrOck's—Main Floor Well-Known Hosiery Service and Chif- ^ prs. fon Hosiery by a mm for renowned maker, extra fine and sheer super-twist to resist snags and runs. All silk to top, ravel stop, picot top. Slnglettes— Kayser. or Van Raalte makes, they take care, of those clinging lines, uplift brassieres. Sizes 32 to 38. Brock's-t-Main Floor 1 Pepperell Sheets 81x99 inches . . . Pepperell Sheets have four extra threads to the square inch, that is why they give such excellent service. This is a real dollar value. 1 Percales 8 Yards for 80-square prints, guaranteed to wash, preshrunk. Also, in plain colors. Brock's—Downstairs Store *1 Boys' Suede Jackets $ years—fully lined, knitted Sizes for boys of 6 to, 16 gh M collar, cuffs and waistband, ^ M^k good value at the regular price, $5.45. For Dollar 'Days only— Boys' Play Suits Long sleeve styles . . . stripes and plain shades in covert cloth. Sizes 2 to 8 years. Boys' Shop—Main Floor 89c Laces 5 Yards You must not miss this sale —novelty types in edgings and bandings,'2 to 4 inches wide. Colors: cream and beige. -Buy laces now that you will need for your spring sewing. Children's Undies Rayon Shirts and Vests. Sizes .4 to 12 years, in flesh shade only. Brock's—Main Floor 1 3 for *i Sheet Blankets 2 for 70x80 inches, block plaids. Warm, fleecy nap. Regular 69c value. . Candlewick Spreads Unbleached background . . . hand-tufted designs in assorted paSlel shades. Amoskeag Outing 6 Yds. Famous 1921 outing flannel, light and dark patterns ... 36 inches wide. Brock's Downstairs Store MISSES' Leather Jackets For that trip to the snow, for business, school or sport wear, wear a leather 2 jacket, in brown, blue, green, red. Sizes broken. $6.95 value. Crepe do Chine Slips $1.95 value, good assortment of sizes in pink and peach; some with lace trim, others with embroidery trim. Sizes 34 to <R Brock's—Downstairs Store A A njl **** It's Here—the Greatest Value of All Time Chatham WOOL Blankets Two-Tone Reversible Combed Virgin Wool. Size 70x80 • inches.— A value sensation. See our windows. $9 69 0 ea. We are indeed fortunate in securing u supply of these famous Chatham Blankets that allows us jto give you the most thrilling value ever offered. Chatlmms cellent . great sale. Come early. Satin binding in two- tone colors to match each side of the blanket. Comes in the following colors: Green .;md Peach, Green and Orchid, Green and Rose. Rose and Gold, Blue and Peach, Blue and Rose. Brock's—Downstairs Store ms are nationally known for their ex- quality and beauty—don't miss tin's To Close-Out Foundations 1/2 PRICE For Dollar Days only comes this sensational close put. All this .season's , models, not being carried over in our spring assortments. Combinations, all-in-ones and girdles. Regularly $3.50 to $15.00 $1.75 to $7.50 Corsets—Second Floor Lowest Price Ever M'Lord Shirts Preshrunk, Colorfast Many a time you've bought M'Lord Shirts at $1.95—here's a chance to stock up and effect a big saving! Fine count broadcloth, collar attached, two-flap pockets, seven-button front, full cut. In blue. tan, green and white. Men's Shop—Main Floor Clearance of Wash Frocks WOMEN'S Drastic close-out of regular $1.95 Wash Frocks. Sizes 14 to 44. Dark and light color prints, some jumper styles with white pique tops. Uniforms Made of poplin . . ., short and. long sleeves. Broken sizes of regular^2.95 garments—to close out at I*. CJ><M*l/«J $1 CHILDREN'S These are mostly jumper styles for^ children of 7 to 14 years. Regular $1.95 values, reduced for quick clearance. Smocks Assorted plain colors and figured materials. Small, medium and large sizes. Values* to •"• '• $2.95 Brock's Fashion Floor OFF RED CROSS All Shoes Regular fall and winter styles in Red Cross Shoes—choose from our entire assortment—always sold heretofore at $6.50, but for Dollar Days only, one dollar off—making them $5.50. Shoes—Main Floor Kid Gloves $069 3 All good makes, plain and novelty trim; also twortone effects. Regularly $4.95. For Dollar Days— Kayser Slipons French Felt Gloves, wide flare, over-stitched lingers. Black only. Regularly $1.50. For Dollar Days— Gloves—Main Floor $ 1 2 for 1 Sale-Jergen's Soap No need to tell you this is a real value opportunity—Jergen's Luxury Soaps in u most extraordinary sale—everyone familiar with Jergen's fine soaps will stock up for future needs—soaps improve with age—buy on Dollar Days at exactly half the regular prices. Some Woodbury's products also included. Toiletries—Main Floor Regular 10c JERGEN'S French Process SOAP Floral Odors 2f.rlOC Regular 10c JERGEN'S Violet Glycerine Soap 2f.rlOC Regular 90c JERGEN'S Bath Tablets Box Qontalns Six Tablets Boxes for 90c Regular 25c WOODBURY'S Castile Soap In This Sale 2,or25C Regular $1.00 Henri Rocheau SOAP Boxer of Four Assorted Odors Boxes for $1 Regular 60c WOOOBURY'S Hand Lotion Almond Rose 2forSOC .Regular 3 for 20c JERGEN'S . Oval Soaps Floral Odors 6, 20c JERGEN'S Toilet Soap . Assorted Odors 40 T $1 Regular 50c Shampoos Woodbury'i Caitll*. Tar and Cocoanut Oil Shampoos 2 for 50c Knitting Yarns Regularly 50c and GOc H^nk Special for Dollar Days only on Famous Columbia Yarns. 3%-oz. silky wool, hand and knitting worsted. Learn to Knit We have an expert instructor from Los Angeles in our Art Department, Mrs. L. Brown, who will be pleased to give you free instruction in all the latest stitches in knitting and crocheting. Catalina Table Lamps $•1.00 value—greatly re-* duccd because this number ft is being discontinued. ... Chimney style, in red. green and blue. Art Department—Second Floor 1 Patchwork Quilts Here's an exceptional value •for Dollar Days — 72x78- inch patchwork printed designs in assorted colors. Yarn tied. Unbleached lining. Super special at a dollar. At 10 Yards for DC-inch Outing, Percale, Unbleached Indian Head,Muslin, and Comfort Challie. Brock's—Downstairs Store MALCOLM BROCK CO KERN COUNT YJ" PROGRE O1VE JTORE • BAKtR/FIELD 1 Cotton Batts 2 for $ Imagine two 2V«-poiind halts for a dollar. Size 72x90 inches. Make your own warm comforts while you can effect this big saving. $1.45 Feather Pillows A super value—extra quality feathers and a cover of 8- punce feather-proof art ticking. Brock's—Downstairs Store 1 1 3 Bostonette Panels New French Ecru Panels, crewclcd in colors, tailored hem bottoms. 40 inches wide by 2% yards long. Suitable for living *J or dining rooms— O for 4 Marquisette Panels Crewclcd in colors, French Marquisette, 2 l /4 yards by 36 inches. Tailored hems—something new. Brock's—Downstairs Store 100 Watt Globes 6f**1 Frosted electric light globes. Special for Super Dollar Days. Food Choppers Bowl Sets —Three different Five - piece bowl size cutters, easy sets in blue color, to clean. No cor- Special for Super ners to ff Dollar ^ 4 Days.. set «P JL catch. Brock's— Downstairs Store Lambs' Wool Batts 100% pure wool, 1% pounds weight, large comfort size, 72x90. Silk Hose 2 Pairs for Full-fashioned . . . chiffon or service weight, in all the new shades. Sizes 8V 2 to 10. Chenille Rugs Two-lone cotton, reversible, fringed ends, 24.vl8 inches. Special at Brock's Downstairs Store *i For Dollar Days Lovely Dresses Styles and Colors for Every Occasion SC95 5 Here's a group of sensibly priced dresses—u value worthy of these super Dollar Days. Rough Crepes, Cantons and a few wools—styles for every occasion and us smart as you'll find anywhere. Values to $12.95— in this sale at $5.9*). Krock's—Downstairs Store $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ v , V

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