The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on February 2, 1933 · Page 3
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THE BAKERSIflELD CALIFORNIA**, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1933 SfORYOF ' Alleged that Sum Was Buried by "Bluebeard" Watson, Vji Now iniPrison 1 (United Prcis bcated Wire) ! ^ACRASTONTO, Feb. 2.—A weird story of 160,000 In hidden loot burled by tho notorious "Bluebeard" Watson, s convicted wife killer, was cheeked to T,os Angeles police for investigation today, following tho conviction of A. • C. Nodler, former convict, of forgery. Xodler's story was disclosed In •'*•' questioning about his Indebtedness to William Douglas, sexton of St. Joseph's Cemetery here. Douglas had jj testified lie had advanced Nodler ?20,000 over a period of time. .Nodler admitted ho owed Douglas tho money, but Insisted It was to finance trips to Los Angeles to recover the hidden loot of- "Bluebeard," . and that Nodler had promised Douglas a half interest In the $50,000. Nodlor said that he had learned from Watson while the two were in « Uah Quenttn that Watson had hidden $00,000 In money and jewels In a Lios ,1, Angeles house. "Bluebeard" had fur', nlshed him with a map of the place, and ' asked Nodler to obtain the loot, \ to bo divided equally between Nodler and Watson. Severed Spinal Cord, Man Lives; Doctors Puzzled (A-»toclatcd Prcm Lcated Wire) MINNEAPOLIS, Fsb. 2—Dtlth ordinarily follows a s«v«r«d aplnal cord, claim the medical profession, but Frank Hale, former Minneapolis fireman, la still proving the •xceptlon. Qlven from three to six months to live In 1925, Hale Is stHI very much alive and Is regaining some of the strength which once was his. While In the line of duty as a fireman Hale received a severed cord when he fell from a ladder as one rung gave way beneath hie' 185 pounds and the added weight of a hose line. Pays Debt After 46 Years; Conscience (United Prtft Leaned Wire) KANSAS CITV, Mo., Feb. 2.—After 46 years a former member of the First Presbyterian church, now living In Los Angeles, 1ms fulfilled a $10 contribution pledge. In 188D "Sadie Robb"—the name tho woman bore before she married and moved from here—promised to contribute the J10 to the church. Tear after year she overlooked the payment. Finally she wrote L. D. Votaw, director of church activities, she felt she must pay to relieve her conscience. Votaw received the check today. 1 For the Week-End dozen I9c SUNLIGHT-U. S. SXTRAS—LARGE EVERY EGG GUARANTEED BUTTER 2lc pound ARMOUR'S CLOVERBLOOM SCOT TISSUE 2..'>.13c WALDORF TISSUE 3 -«• I3c JELLO Asso™ 2p^*13c TREASURE SARDINES , . Mb. can 5c TOMATO JUICE 3 '*;,' 20c CALIFORNIA HOME MILK WHITEHOUSE 2 e '.'l'.9c VEGETABLE SOUP 2 !?« 29c HORMEL— 15 VEGETABLES CIGARETTES CHESTERFIELD, OLD GOLD, LUCKY STRIKE, CAMEL BUTTER COOKIES ' PRISCILLA...UNEEDA BAKERS ARMOUR'S STAR "FIXED FLAVOR" % Ib I BACON SL.CED pk 9 . 1C SAUSAGE SLICED pkg. WITH THE PURCHASE OF 2;25c MICKELBERRY A 44c Value for 26c! LINK Only the Finest Meats POT ROAST FIRST CUT CHUCK fc.|2 C CENTER CUT ROAST Ib. I3c PORK ROAST §LAOE BNO LOIN lk lOc CENTER CUT ROAST Ib. |? C PORK ROULETTE «°NELESS ROAST ib. |3 C VEAL ROULETTE -ONELESS ROAST ,b |?C BULK LARD KGTTLC WNDBMO A3-POUND CAN $2.25 LAMB ROULETTE To^ COLORED BAKING. FOWL DRY PICKED . . . FRESH DRESSED EVERY SALE IS UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED v| 0c »25c Fresh Fruits and Vegetables , CELERY APPLES CHULA VIST/ ROME BEAUTIES '** 5c 6 lb '15c •RICSS EFFECTIVE FEIRUARY 2, J, H The Great Atlantic 6* Pacific Tea Co. S.F. CALLEDTO'IRK Albert Lachmann, 76, Noted Wine Taster, Not Afraid of Technology . (A.sioelated Preng Leaned Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Fob. 2.—Anticipating the time when Its products again may be sold legally as beverages, a once groat industry has called jack Into active service ono of Anior- ca's oldest professional w)no tasters, Albert Lachmnnn, 76, whoso senses are still so keen that by sampling certain vintages ho can name the districts In which Iho grapes were jrown. There Is no threat of "technological unemployment," no fear of being displaced by the machine or the test tube, In Albert I/achman's profession. Wine tasters, said ho, aro born and not made, and they gunrd their ultra- keen senses of taste and smell against stultification by ti dally routine that In Homo respects approaches asceticism. The commandments of the win* . taster require that he keep In good physical condition, smoke not at all, cat only plain foods, eschew strong drink and high seasoning. He may drink wine, but not too soon before he goes to work, lest his taste play tricks upon him. For IS years Lachman has been away from his profession but has kept his commandments sufficiently to permit his going Into training at the request of the vintners seeking his advice fn preparing California's' present supply of bonded choice wines, to taltng more than 20,000,000 gallons, for possible sale to the public in beverage form. His last active service was at the Panaca Pacific International Exposition here In 1915 when he judged wine exhibits along with the connoisseurs of France, Germany and Italy. IS ROOSEVELT 31ST (Associated Press Leased Wire) WASHINGTON, Fob. 2.—Historians may disagree, but the official inaugural modal will count Franklin D. Hoosevelt as the thirty-first President of the United States—not the thirty- second. Robert Woolley, chairman of tho Inaugural medal committee, has Instructed Paul Manship, New York sculptor, to use the designation "thirty-first President" in designing the medal which will be cast In gold by the Philadelphia mint. The conflict In numbers goes bock to Grovor Cleveland, who, after serving one term was defeated, but four years later was elected for a second te'rm. Federal law provides that a medal of each President shall be cast by the mint and one was made of Cleveland. Many histories and common usage list Cleveland as the twenty- second and twenty-fourth President of the United States and under this list- Ing Roosevelt would be the thirty- second President—the medal notwithstanding. -*Gas Company Calls' Order Confiscatory (United Press I.fated Wire) LOS ANGELES, Feb. 2.—The Southern California Gas Company today branded as "unlawful and conflsca- tory" an order of the State Railroad Commission demanding an annual reduction of $500,000 in rates effective December 1, 1932, in a brief filed In Federal Court. Tho brief was in support of a motion for a permanent Injunction to restrain enforcement of tho commission's order. It supplemented the company's oral argument before a statutory court charging the order violated the Fourteenth amendment to the constitution of the United States. Don't take calomel! HERE'S NEW HEALTH FOR YOUR LIVER Now banish bad breath, pimples, constipation; feel like a million! That tired, drowsy feeling in the morning, that "dark-brown" taste in the mouth—If you would banish them and win back buoyant health, don't expect relief from salts, mineral oil, or candy and chewing-gum laxatives. For such remedies only move the bowels. While chances are, you're one of the thousands suffering from slugglst liver which does not yield sufficient bile—causing pimples, blemishes, headaches, bad breath and a general run-down feeling. What you need Is something which acts thoroughly but harmlessly upon the liver. And In Dr. ISdwards Olive Tablets you will find that "something," which atlmulutos the bile flow. A successful substitute for calomel, these famous tablets are compounded of pure vegetable ingredients, and have been praised for years by millions. To get and keep tho bile flowing freely—correcting constipation, skin troubles, qnd win back that "fine- and-dandy" feeling of youth—go to your druggist for Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets today. IBc, 80o, GOc.—Adv. "MY NERVES WERE JUMPY" Says Mrs. J. |. Looney of Olive Branch, Miss., "Since I took Lydts, E. Pinkhtm'i Vegetable Compound, I •leep like • child. My nerves are steadier and I have no pains or aches of any sort." Get a bottle from your druggist today. BUY AMERICAN IBUY AMERICAN; Oh for a Man- Tailored Suit TO A FLYING START Beginning Our Fiscal Year With Incomparable Values! Fresh Out of Their Wrappings Smart New Gloves 75 Satisfy that longing for a. man- tailored suit, because if there ever was a season when a suit is an essential in every woman's wardrobe it is this one. 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Brock's Downstairs Store Presents Another Hosiery Sensation Laboratory Tested—Exquisite Quality Self Picot Top—Full-Fashioned—Run-Stop 4-Thread 45-Gaugc Chiffon Hose 54 3 Pairs for $1.55 7-Thread 45-Gaugc Service Weight We admit you may find a lower price but we affirm — positively, that you'll find no hose to equal them at the same price — come, sec for yourself. If you prefer the chiffon you'll like their sheer rich appearance. Added features arc: cradle sole, ravel slop, shadow welt, ring toe. The service weight also have ravel stop top, cradle sole, narrow ankle. Sizes 8^ to 10. Downstairs Store .'{-Thread 51-Guuge Chiffon Hose C 64 3 Pairs for $1.85 All Silk to Top Did you note the fineness of this stocking? Three-thread, 51-gauge. It is a well-known make, but we are not allowed to tell you what it is—you would pay $1.25 to $1.50 for them if we were lo name them. 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