The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 10, 1946 · Page 2
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 2

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ATLANTA, Ga,, Bee. 10. TProbers decided today that Atlanta's disastrous Hotel Winecoff flee Started from a cigarette thrown inro a mattress after members of tha investigating committee heard reports . that such blabes are common here. ,, jnarriage -was deseribed'asf'aatound- ingly highi" '.women' frbm tier ages . of 16 to 23 are most-likely" 'tb""find usbands. _ " t "\ "Formerly, ^tiany men .married women foe their money,") the- registrar in the suburb of Sclioerieberg " Marriage^ Be '.-* '-.,t'£ *—'»-. - r / ' , < these'-faays ''-in 'blattereavBerUnj —'I there .is ,a-*~~~- v '-'"' ' "' r '' men ,as -war. The citir 'registrars E recently told tba p.ress that ,. s _ over - forty,' • wtjose^'xsEte ' of GUARANTEED '*"*? *" - * ' 1 -Tf Tf"*r** "ty**! V. • ^*~ O 2£i~ **»«**» 4 ^3^iSftia^fi|^fl|e^^a" 4 Worfiri ^jof^^eri^^Ch f ^^S15^iil,|;be- = ~~_ ~* r"*^"£r •r'trvs^"*?*;? i*-'^? 3 <"*«iifc«t.EUUa < *afee'd.f"against£grairang -' of? ,in"junc- Your Records and conteinpt-JsentencIs" will, be BUS- hand testimony 'oh the intent of the ' ' rant.becausa-ri£e);TO^;Tpije~of several d ' ' __ -.hai-'Cfforn'rAssociate Justice Felix.- Frjtjikf uSer; He 1 was associated with -Eichbgrg-rin drafting the act as 'it ' which was-enactea ; ,la,-i'li32 finally passed a'nd.knows what it was Provides Better Tone that' >'aLct"; -protected him Last Forever Priced at $5 in Gift Box 1610 Nineteenth Street if you have ajuilding problem... 24'wld«..,oniia» long as dstfred, in extensions of 12'. • Can be used for an implement shed, vehicle shelter, repair _ ihop, animal chelter, loading dock and dozens of other farm and commercial applications. Durable, "fire-resistant and weatherproof, the "Quonset 24" is available now. Cail or write ut today. ALL STEEL .^-. LOW COST Available for immediate Delivery ' 24x24 fee§ $ With 2 solid end walls and open front - , —(576 square feet) for Each Additional 12-foot Section 4 $250.00 12x8 ft. Sliding Metal Doors and Solid Metal Panels Available'for Front Jnclosure BAKERSFIELD SANDSTONE BRICK €0, Eighteenth and Sostqra Streets, Bakersfield Phone 5-5724 NOTICE OF WAREHOUSE SALE For Unpaid Storage to Be Held at 1408 Oregon Street - ^ Thursday, December 12 10:00 A. M. % "Washing Machine, Ice Box, 3 Pre-War Overstuffed Sets, Tables, Chairs,-Beds, Dressers, .Boxes, Trunks, Restaurant Equipment,, i Large Electric Refrigerator^ 7 APPROXIMATELY 150 ARTICLES ;SAMDY3E - DYE'S STORAGE .said. ."Today, where no one? has property worth mentioning, 'this'mo-j tive has been shunted in*o the background and good looks means'more.i' 1 fire to .. Atlanta hotela virtually _, _^_ — Q —, He added that, occasionally one may be arrested for drunkenness, but nefer for arson. - Phillips' said that he didn't know whether there had been any negli-i grenc9 in Saturday's fire which cost tbe-livesaisDf 120 persons, but added that four-fifths =of Atlanta's buildings did not comply with a building- code adopted in 1343. He said tlie city attorney had ruled that owners of buildings erected before 1S43 could not be forced to comply. The fire marshal also told the whisky bottles were found in the | The student said that at tha hotel after the fire. < " height o£ the fhp. he saw a police- A large investigating group ex-' man and a fireman standing at the amining all sections of "the flamo-j drug store door, reading the nian- Sutted, la-story structure, said the , ager^s name off an emergency call fire got .under way in the third floor { card so they could arrange for him hallway. Here a folding bed had I to come down and open the store for been left in .the hall. It was believed imedlcaf'iinpplies. j a smouldering cigarette had spread i Hardy advised them to break the. j from thfrrug to the bedding, or had|g oar and wht-u they refused, hi % I been -flipped*carelessly into the mat-; smashed it himself utter piounsins } tress.; If could have smouldered for| to Wtl k e good any damages, he said! many minutes before bursting into iThe 01T i ee! . t i len " placed him undoj- flames, Tire experts said. PKOTOGRAEHER ACCUSED II? \VIX00W BREAKING * ' ATI/A7s T TA, Dec. 10 GB—A police I charge ot disorderly conduct for breaking the- glass door of a nearby drugstore was one aftermath" of tbe "Wlnecoff, Hotel fire for Arnold Hardy, Georgia Tech student and ama- on disorderly conduct charges. Police Lieutenant W. TJ. Jay, who signed the complaint aguinst Hardy, said Iheie \\als no emergency re- "ijuirlng their immediate entrance to the store and that .Harry "kicked in the door :at'ter he had told him not tor-it was uncalled 'for." Store Manager G. B. Stafford said ay that an unusual nmiiber of teur photographer who snapped be hoheved Hardy g action was an severah sensational pictures of the i "error in Judgment, hut lie certainly disaster. M" 5 not to'be criticized, actir.K as h? Hardy's trial was set for Beceraberr did un-ier tho tremendous pressure 13 in the city recorder's court. ' of " lch n dusastpr." "mom" ^ Cre Is a SPecialMessage | JUAI|UliT All consumers ol feed and feed products' F PPwnc -nave reasda for,a more reasonable and, w« ' - , _,***mJ2> « hope, profitable outlook into the future. We ^Poultry cdd Dairy „ flo .not hesitate to give those, of you, wio i desire to again extend -yonr feeding projects" •the "go ahead":green -light, and'.we do-'so,with the donhlei assurance that' ohr heavy inventory ^jll avoid a feed shortage re.- 3 occurrence. such as we "experienced last Spring. - , k -. -'• * • j , .Go to your nearest friendly Joaqulri feed- Dealer who appreciates your patronage'and- Is always ready to serve yon w'ith prewar ' courtesies. Ask for. Joa<ju!a. 'Brand 'ofeed spelled J-0-A-Q-U-I-N and yon-wilt be-buying,the best for your money. J'- - ' - '• SAN joAQuiN GRAIN; eo S U&ten to KPMC at 12:lS*Noon, Monday Throngh^Friday '"'l'. \\ Renovating—-Re-Seeding Fertilizing—New Lawns Call 2-4594 CARL SUNDSTROM No one need be timid about giving Neckties for Christmas if those ties come^from Harry Coffee's. Not only do we Icnow the kind of ties men ','-.*"' Iike*T»t>utwe iarejfchem.; .now.. .in plentiful selection, Hne foulards ';'*•'->* * 'in neat masculine patterns or bold, colorful designs. Luxurious Doeskin ^ -'„-,-• - ^,t•.•"_*,<*••- , - , «r Leatherback satins. Rich brocades. Wool ties for the sports minded , '-and the finest of the hand painted ties, -fc All are hand made and have • tw^FKilient^construction that resists -wrinkling. Prices range from »Vi fflfSNO ^ -r-1

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