The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on February 16, 1933 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, February 16, 1933
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18,1933 ICCLY WIGGL and STOKE o i j> *u~r 10^ Prices Effective Thursday Afternoon, Friday and Saturday, February 16,17 and 18 Be Sure to Attend the Safeway-Piggiy Wiggly Stores Cooking School to Be Hold •» the Woman's Club, February 22,23,24. Many Attractive Prizes Will Be Given Away Each Day BUTTER Cloverbloom Fancy Creamery Quartered, in Cartons Pound . 20c Your Choice Stokely Sauerkraut Stokely Cut Beans Stokely Corn Highway Peas Stanard Corn Stanard Beans Highway Tomatoes No. 2'/2 TIN Highway Peaches TIN Shrimp No. 2 Tin No. 2 Tin cans for No. 2/ 2 TIN Miss Ala 5-oz. Tin Coffee '-<> 19c Airway Brand. IU delicious mellow flavor Is pleating thousands Crackers 2-lb. Cartons Each . . . Snow Flakes or Grahams; Fresh N. B. C. Ovenl»ed f\ | English ' rflnni/ Youwii udiiuy Mb English Toffee; ' Will Like This Candy sai 20c Sugar 10-lb. Cloth Bag Fine Granulated eaoh 42c Bread Safeway, 24-OZ. Union Made; . . Wheat or White LOBf . • • • 7c Fancy Large U. S. No. 1 Dozen ... 15c J D .tariff A A Safety Seal 1-lb. can 32 c • DM wUYICC Cans 3-|b. can 89c Milk il8c Max-l-Mum Brand. Pure evaporated milk—its name Indicates Its grade Salt 24-oz. pkg. Free running. \ 2 pkgs. 15c Best for cooking or table use. 24-01. package DEL MONTE Spinach • 14c 7c BESTFOODS' Holiday Margarine Pound Cigarettes ^. IDc 35c Camels, Luckies or Chesterfields -MALT!S or 3.ib. Budweiser Brand Can EDDIE PEABODY IN PERSON AT FOX THEATER Be sure to see and hear Eddie Peabody, America's foremost banjo king, at the Fox theater, Friday and Saturday. Also see "The Air Hostess," starring Evelyn Knapp, James Murray and Thelma Todd. Tune in on KFI Every Wednesday Night, 7:30 to 8 p. m. Hear Safeway Program, Directed by Eddie Peabody Local Grown Cauliflower each 5c Potatoes—Russets ... 10 Ibs. 15c Carrots, Turnips, Green Onions or Mustard Greens Bunch Goods ..... bunch 1c Juice Oranges . . . . . 3 doz 14c Apples—Rome Beauty .. 7 Ibs. 25c Cabbage—Local Grown . . . lb.1c Fancy Assorted Chocolate Cookies, in Bulk lb.19c PILLSBURY PILLSBURY Pancake Flour, Ige. size pkg. 14c Cake Flour, large size pkg.. 18c FEATURING STALL-FED BABY BEEF POT ROAST Baby Beef Shoulder Rib Cuts The Best the Market Affords Pound .... lOc 0' PORK Fancy Eastern Selected Legs Solid Firm Pork Pound lie SPARERIBS From the Land o' Corn—Lean and Meaty—Exceptionally Fine 2 Ibs. 17c Hamburger Strictly Fresh Made From Our Stall-Fed Baby Beef lb.10c I Loin Pork Roast Loin or Blade Ends—Lovely to Slice Ce|d PORK CHOPS Center Out Loin and Rib Chop* From Fancy Eastern Pork Pound .... 15c LARD Cudahy's Rex—Put Up In 1-lb. Sanitary Packages Each 5c Rib Boil Best Plate and Brisket Cuts From Our Baby Beef Ib. 7c I Pork Roast Shoulder Cut, Picnic, 2 to 3-lb. Reaati They Are Ideal ;J'SELF Wife of Banker und. Young Nursemaid Outwit Criminul Prt.»K Letmcii Wire) KANSAS CITY, Veb. It.—Outwitted by a 10-yeiir-old nurHemald from the Ozarks und the wlfs of tho banker j whose home he hud Invadnd, un ex! tortlonlst took tils life an police cor. ; nered him In the home of ft. Crosby i Kempcr. • . I The extortionist, Identified by po- j'llce as K. \V. Uxttln, 34, unemployed son of 11 rooming house proprietor here, voiced threiits of death itRiilnat Mrs. Ketnper, Ann "W'llilo, the nursemaid, and Mrs. Kemper's 9-year-old daughter, Snlly Ann. Baying he wanted |15.000, he terrorized the hounehold, which Included . three other women, all servants. I .Before firing u bullet tliruugli his i head In an upstairs nursery as police closed In on him, Tjiittln picked 1 up a Christmas card which hud been sent to Sally Ann und upon It scribbled: "Ooodliy, mother, I can't stand to see you Htnrve." The extortionist's plot to summon home Kemper, president of the City Bank and Trust Company, and obtain the money from him failed when ; the.nursemaid ordered upstairs by th gunman', locked her-self In a bedroom with the child mid telephoned police Police records show Tallin was con vlcteO two years HRO In Hutchlnson Kan., of transporting and possesslni liquor and was fined $100 but appeale the case. m PILOTS HELD IN ALlfGED G HURRY BACK T6 NORTHLAND (United Pre*» LtateA Wire) LOS ANGELES, Feb. 1C.—Arvused of suspicion of smuggling, . AVtlllnm Kelly, pilot, and Le Roy Powers, co, pilot, were held In the county Jail today i as the aftermath of seizure of a I liquor-laden plane near Corona yes- I terduy. i The plane, once the property of Ed'• ward de Larm, chief ullbl witness for William James Uuy. accused of the i murder of Walter Wamlerwell, was I found to contain 100 oases of choice 1 liquors from Mexico when seized by | Immigration authorities. i Kelly, customs authorities said, at- I tempted to set fire to tho plain', but , tha flumes wore exthi.^ulslu-il Some time ago a JluOO fine was i placed against the ship after De Larm i had flown jt across the bonier without ' stopplnj? at San Uiego for customs i Inspection. Thli young Eskimo bride liked the South Seat, which sh« visited on her honeymoon,-but sh« was anxious to return to. the arctic circle when this, photo was taken, In San Francisco. She-couldn't tnjoy the warm weather, after years In Nome. Her husband Is Francis Sheldon. WELL PROTECTED CINCINNATI, Ohio, Feb. 16.—Algernon F. Chapman, store manager, did not have v to worry about being held up when he returned to his store j to finish up some work. Chapman en- I tered the store, but forgo.t to notify i private police who protected It. When ; , he opened the door, private and city . police received an alarm. Chapman was about to open the safe when In i popped a nurnber of city and private police. A brief explanation satisfied ! the officers. 520,000 Lobl Recovered v Three Women Held tfS "* Suspects t're»* footed Wire) PHILADELPHIA, 1'Vb. 18.— Within an hour after they had held the cashier irlHoner and looted the First National 3nnlt of oliburban Ambler, four bni*k mndlts tndnyifciUKht a thrilling pistol baltk- with police, armed with sub- nuchlnc guns, - One man wag killed, thers captured and th'reis women'' held an suspected accomplices. About }20,000 wat recovered. Detective Lieutenant James Malone said the surviving bandits confessed to , three ,bank holdups In New Jersey. They nine are suspected of two additional bank robberies In Philadelphia besides the one at Ambler, The dead man -A-ns Identified by po- , lice as William Ferguson, SB, who only recently wn« released from prison In Baltimore after being held there IB connection with a jewel -robbery. CAN'T GIVE IT AWAY MADRID, Feb. 16.— Modern speed has at last found Its way into Spain, The habit of some Spaniards of "putting off until tomorrow" Is to become a thing of the past. Just to prove that punctuality Is In vogue, Professor Amerk'o de Castro, examiner for the diplomatic service, dismissed 12 candidates for the service because the3' were one-half hour lato for an examination. ; A USE FOR WEEDS Weeds indicate the character of the soil in which they grow. Hheep sorrel grows in acid ground, wild carrot In i poor soil, and moss Indicates a need i for drainage. DEATH CALLS DR. DURAN SANTIAGO, Chile. Feb. 16. (A. P.> Doctor AuiriiHtln Durnn, technician at the Bl:.|.)giciil Institute, died of typhus tod:<y, having contracted an Infection during experiments with vao- cine.s for 'use In treatment of the dis- c;ise. , W. L. Meade Victim of Bullet at San Diego; police ' Sluy Bandit (United Pre** Leaned Wife) SAN D1KOO, Feb. 16.—Warren 1* Meade, bunk teller, shot by officers who m IK took him for an accomplice of the unidentified robber who was killed In an uttempF to Tiold up the United States National Bunk here, probably will recover, hospital attaches said today. Mutnroyclo Officer Ernest Hance Mini Meade through the lung "Wednesday afternoon when he saw him rush- Intc out of the bank, gun In hand. nft«r the real bandit had been shot d,own by J. L,. Russell, on shier and son of J. H. Russell, president of tho bank. ( I'ollce were still without i\ny clue to ! the roliber'H Identity, -who was first beVuvd to be SH-urd Uurteltmn, ar- vt-Hted In I.*)fi Aii"c'.r.s In AugUHt 1929. , Klnserprlnt comparisons proved the I thb-iry wrong. * i Tho robbtr, masked and carrying a IshntKUii, entered the bank at cloning j tlniv, thi>rftenliiR two patrons find ' sevtn i-mpluyeh r.:d dumaudlng money. AK )j£" xi-noped lilllw nnit Hllver' Into | the lining "f his I'ont, 1'ai.^sell opened 1 fire, finally dropulurf th« rubber n» he .t'-mpteil to floe frimi tli^ bulldlne. T'i-e n.liber did not use hln .shotgun, )llo.- said. ,: 3 W FOR PORK STEAKS Lovely Center Cuts From the Shoulder All Ready for the Frying Pan 2 Ibs. .... 25c lb.7c \TES. SAVE half...» full half! And really save it! Because I this bargain is on iteiqsyou must have. .. things you'd still be buying if they cost five times as much! That's why this bargain is different! That's why it's news! That's why it's so surprising at a time when prices generally have started going up instead of down. It's a full dollar value for 49c... a 50c tooth brush, and 2 full-size tubes of Colgate's . .. 49c for all three! It can't last, of course. You can see that, when even at the regular price of 25c for a single tube, Colgate's is always a big value in itself. Get yours now, before the limited supply at your dealer's is exhausted. Stock up now for several months. Provide for the whole family. 2full-size25ctubesof COLGATE'S RIBBON DENTAL CREAM A real 50c COLGATE TOOTH BRUSH GUARANTEED QUALITY . . 50c SQc VALUE. . $ 1°° LIMITED SUPPLY AT YOUR DEALER'S GUARANTEED TOOTH BRUSH We ^sked everyone everywhere.We examined. We tested. We never gave up till we were sure we had the finest bristles, the best method of bristle fcst- enlng, the very best material for handles. So ... when we guarantee toil brush equal in valve to 'the best JO-cent tooth brush on the market, we're just being conservative. Colgate's whole repu- mion is buck of that guarantee! Your choice of five pastel shades.

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