The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 26, 1933 · Page 3
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THE BAKERSF1ELD CALIFORMAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, J933 UB6Y REYNOLDS OPCAREER Tragic Young Widow Desires Quiet; Baby Gains in Weight (Annotated rross Leased Wire) PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 20.—Broad- vay novfer may hear Llbby Itolinan . Reynolds' torch eonga again. Since the tniRlo death July 6 of her husband, Smith Reynolds, heir to tobacco millions, Hhe has Indicated her "desire for quiet and retirement, Mrs. Louisa Carpenter Jenney, niece of Pierre du Pont of Wilmington, Del., and close friend of Mrs. Reynolds, disclosed tho young: actress Is being treated for a nervous breakdown at the hospital where her child was born two weeks ago. Her Non, although he wolfrhed only about 3% pounds at birth and has been liept since In a "hotbed" or "modified Incubator, was said by physicians to have pained •! ounces and should weigh uboiil 0 pounds within a month. Mi'H. .Tenney's statement was elven out In the law offices of John R. K. Scott and William T. Connor, who "'fmvo been retained by Mrs. Reynolds to neck her share In her husband's estate, estimated at $16,000,000 to ?20,000,000. "Mrs. Reynolds has requested us to say," the attorneys stated, that ns soon as she and her son are In health she will permit their being photographed. "A.t that time, she will give to the public a statement of her future pluns and will request that she be allowed to retire from public notice and to live with her child a peaceful, quiet life." Finds Pot of Money Valued_at $30,000 (Amiociatcd Press Leased Wire) SALISBURY, Md., Jan. 26.—Discovery of a pot of money In an abandoned graveyard near hero was reported today by Vance Butler, a filling station operator. The value of the find was estimated by Butler at $30,000. Butler said he recently purchased the land for ?200. Found ANSWER TO UGLY PIMPLES Woman, Age 30, Is Mother of Seven Children (United Pren Leased Wire) • MORRISVILLE, Pi., Jan. 2«.— Mrs. Charles Chewnlng, 30 f year- old mother of seven children, and the 15% pound son born to her last night wire reported "doing nicely" today by Dr. William T. Kunsman. Her sixth child, a girl, weighed 14 pounds at birth. Chewnlng Is unemployed. HEAD UNAFRAID Howard Scott Says He Is Not Worried by Desertion of Colleagues CHICAGO, Jan. 26.—Howard Scott, No. 1 man of technocracy, Isn't worried n bit over Columbia University's withdrawal of support for his "energy survey of North America." "I'm not worried a bit over thnt business," he said hero before leaving for New York after an address last night. "I'm only surprised they didn't do it before." And as for the reported split In tho group, he said with a carefree wave of his hftnd that "only one member lias resigned and that was Just a matter of personal disagreement over which way he should go." "We accepted the resignation," said Scott. "Wo 'Still have 23 or 24 men on Columbia University's faculty as members of technocracy. We always havo had more working space outside of Columbia than In the university." To clamoring admirers who wanted to know what they could do to put the country Into the hands of technocrats, Scott was brusque. "The trouble with you people Is you're always asking about tactics," he snapped. "Even If I did know I wouldn't tell you. Did people ask Napoleon what his battle - plans were? Does a general tell bis whole army how the attack Is going to be made? "Then what are you trying to do?" shouted a questioner In the half-filled orchestra hall whero Scott spoke. "All I'm trying to do is produce a few lucid intervals," was tho technocrat's comebock. "I'm not -telling my plans." 1?VEN when she kntte *-* that unsightly, blemished skin was hurting her popularity she could find nothing that helped ' —until a friend hinted "constipation" and advised NH Tablets <N«- : ture'* Remedy). They i 'toned and strengthened | the tnlire eliminative tract i —rid her system of poisonous wastes thoroughly, naturally. Soon skin blotches vanished, pale cheeks glowed again. Try this safe, dependable, all- Hi vegetable laxative and corrective tonight. Non- habit-forming. At all druggist*' GIVES PLEASANTLY Medicated relief for coughs, colds or sore throats. Pleasant-tasting and free of narcotics. LUDEN'S Menthol Cough Drops Sale Guaranteed Used Pianos • Real Bargains 2 at $25.00 1 at $59.00 1 at $65.00 1 at $77.00 Six Others at Slightly Higher Prices. Satisfaction Guaranteed Full Credit on Exchange in One Year All Pianos In First-Class •Mechanical Condition TERMS $5JDO MONTHLY SOME DANDY USED RADIO , BARGAINS ALSO Free Delivery Don G. Preston Tegeler Hotel Building ASKS PERU TO 0Up PEACE (Aanoclated Press Leased Wire) WASHINGTON, Jan. 26. — The United States has asked Peru to settle Its controversy with Colombia over the town of Letlcia In a peaceful way and not resort to warfare. Secretary Stlmson addressed a note to the Peruvian foreign minister, calling upon that nation to respect Its obligations under the Brland-Kellogg peace pact. This note was sent last night even as u flotilla of Colombian gunboats sailed up the Amazon toward Letlcia where Peruvian troops were stationed to protect Peruvian Nationals who seized the town from Colombian authorities In September. Colombia was given tho town by treaty In 1922 nnd has refused all conciliation efforts pending its return to her on tho ground the question is an internal one. The Stlmson note went forward after tho secretary of state had sought to marshal world opinion under the Kellogg pact to prevent fighting between the two South American coun-_ tries. He conferred with the ambassadors of Great Britain, Prance, Germany, Italy and Japan as representatives of powers signatory to the Kellogg treaty. GENEVA, Jan. 26. (U. P.)—The League of Nations took a stand in the Letieia dispute today, considered tantamount to justifying Colombia In expelling Peruvians who are holding the tiny Amazonian port which the league considers Colombian territory. The council approved a telegram to Peru warning her to "refrain from liny Intervention by force on Colombian territory." *-•-• TOMLINSON ELECTED NEW YORK, Jan. 26. (A. P.)—Roy E. TomlhiBon of the board of the National Biscuit Company, has been elected president, it was announced today. Frank C. Lowry. retired as president to become a vice-president. Prichard Automobile Service . 2308 Chistir Avenue . SAVE MONEY HERE •Wddtplwff mltr litmus, toll, «nd«m«r, polnti, *lMii. tlmlnn «nd ttmprtiilon Ititi. FUotrltil ttrvlti' Miwd renlri, body riMl"' * nA '•»' »r«lM.' Do you Realize —That> Pacific Greyhound offers these frequent daily Bakersfield schedules? Prom B«ker«fl«ld to LOS ANGELES . . « Dally FRESNO 6 D«lly SAN FRANCISCO 6 Dally VENTURA ..... 3 Dally ••mpl« Round Trips LOB Angeles .. . $5.35 San Francisco . $10.70 DEPOT Nln«t»tnth and N Str«*tt J, M. Oeferth, Ao«nt, ' Phen* 1761 •UY AMERICAN BUY AMERICAN BUY AMERICAN FINAL CLEARANCE DAYS AT BROCK'S i » " Tremendous Reductions for the Final Days of Our January Clearance (y|EN--SAVE Best Grade Columbia KHAKI PANTS Made with tunnel belt loops, cult bottoms, extra heavy drill pockets. Well tailored. Special— 1 19 Grown Pre-Shrunk BIB OVERALLS Eight-ounce blue denim Is used in these, overalls— suspender or high-hack style. You will not find an overall on the market any better made, nor any quality material than these Pre-Shruuk Overalls. 98c with better Crown-made Men's Shop—Main Floor . PRE-SHRUNK CHAMBRAY SHIRTS for Boys Pre-shrunk Sanfor- ized Blue Chambray Shirts. Sizes 8 to 12 years. 13 to 14 neck. Two - button flap pockets. Special— 50e Boys' Shop—Main Floor Special Purchase GENUINE CAPESKIN w GLOVES Outstanding Value at Special purchase of fine Capesldn Gloves made by our New York office—light weight, novelty style slip-ons. Colors: Black and brown. . Gloves—Main Floor Downstairs Offers Tested Hosiery Full Super twist sheer chiffon, all silk from top to toe. fashioned, picot top, run stop, cradle foot— 64c An amazing hosiery value—this hose Is laboratory tested for quality, fashion and color rlghtuess. In five good shades. Yardage Table 36-inch Challie Striped Outing Percale Prints Unb. Muslin Cretonnes Hope Muslin lOc Yard EET 70x99 Inches, note the size, all white, fleecy nap. A value BLANKETS 2 $1 Part-Wool Blankets Limited number 72x84 inches. Jfl.U'J value. Each.. 73c Limited number . : . 70x80 inches. $196 value. Each. $1.53 80-Sqiura Percales Over a thousand yards at this low price —standard SO-square fabric, guaranteed tubfast and sunfast. Neat prints and plain colors. 12ic Brock's—Downstairs Store Downstairs Store Enters the Final Clearance All Winter Garments Must Go Regardless of Cost or Loss! Group of Dresses for Final Clearance We have taken for this group of Dresses, garments that are marked $10.95 and $12.95 and placed them at an amazingly low price for this final clearance. The assortment includes velvets, rough crepes, and wool dresses, suitable for street, business, school, dinner or afternoon wear. Sonic reveal touches of fur, others have lace yokes, scarfs, belts and buckles and other clever finishes. An outstanding group of dresses and a fine assortment of sizes and colors for selection. Sizes 14 to 48. 18 Tweed Coats. Regularly $16.50. Now. $12.75 14 Dress Coats. Regularly $16.50. Now. — Brock's—Downstairs Store 10 Dress Coats. Reg- £1A CA ularly $28.00. Now. ylv-Uw Price on Remaining Furred Coats The Season's Most Beautiful Styles—for Clearance All Our Better Dresses in Final Clearance - Half Price One Group of $18.75 Dresses C Every one of these Dresses was bought to sell at $18.75. The assortment in- %^ eludes many beautiful styles in rough crepes, crinkle satin and sheers, with long or puff sleeves, some jacket effects included—for daytime, afternoon or dinner wear. Truly a collection that provides very remarkable value. Colors, black, navy, brown, red, gray, green. Sizes 12 to 44. Another Group—Values to $22.75 for Clearance at $6.95 Brock's—Fashion Floor Remnants ¥ 2 PRICE Friday / fliM Silks, Woolens, Cottons—Main Floor Domestics and Draperies—Downstairs CTRAW ^•^ ic niri? Tfk IS OFF TO A HEAD START IN Turbans and Backless Brims They're here now—Spring's soft, crispy straw fabrics—to head your nicest costumes. Tilts for every face. Wonderfully low priced at $195 1 Brock's—Downstairs Store Final Clearance SHOES What a clearance! Stylish, up-to-the-minute footwear modes drastically reduced for 11 mil clearance. Black and brown dress and street shoes, In kid, calf and patent. Sport oxfords in calf and elk. Good range of sizes to choose from. SHOES Main Floor Values to $6.50 $285 Exciting! Thrilling! Come Early! Spring Wash Dresses $1.00 and $1.95 Values—Pre-Shrunk A remarkable New York purchase of lovely, new Spring Wash Frocks . . . seldom do we get an opportunity of presenting new season's frocks, at its very start, a value to compare with this—yours is the advantage. Don't hesitate—come to this thrilling sale early tomorrow. Sizes and colors for everyone—bright, fast colors and pre-shrunk. Slenderizing necklines, straight skirt effects, short sleeves and sleeveless — a wonderful value group— everyone—origin, 59 Brock's—Downstairs Store Special Purchase PATCHWORK r QUILTS Special purchase, made in New York. Printed patchwork designs, with unbleached muslin back, yarn- tied. Size 72x84 ins. This is a really wonderful value. VYl/l *V VI '1 Brock's—Downstairs Store SALE A Theme Hosiery EXTRAORDINARY "Theme wears longer"—one reason why you'll welcome this unusual sale. Regular $1.50 Theme Chiffon Hose, with picol top—make the most of the opportunity. 3 Pairs $2.25 Brock's—Downstairs Store Never Before Such Values! in Foundations Just arrived, u special purchase—in lime lo wear under thai new spring frock and make it louk ils ben I. Corse ttes Good quality brocade—Swaml uplift bunt, well lioned and correct lontfth for aver-ago figures. Sizes 34 to 42. Regular $2.98 vuluo. Girdles Excellent broende, fine elastic. Sizes 2U to 32 In tho lighter weight model. Sizes 28 to 3S in the heavier model. Regular $5.00 value. $1.98 $2.98 MALCOLM BROCK CO. KtRNCOUNlYlf PROGRLDIVt J TORE • BAKER/FIELD Don't Miss It! CORSETS Main Floor T V,

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