The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 10, 1946 · Page 10
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r.. •I I •• •• ••-- L. - L I -. .' KA£ 946 ;>-»tt^ -••'•- -^r: -^ < 1 A p December 1 0 *- ^i --v--, ~< .- •- * .' &z&8*mxfM \' . V - >. • ,• i-' ,*-, \n -P' ?f or: ;aj new ma JOT -artery;; ftpm &£th&River : lDistrict^ to; r- • - "•• V .'-' ' •East -**'.. 1 -• -I 1 Chamber.; ofv Gornnaerce : the;/weeicly;;,round table Cto ^problems:;-of tiie More Sparks, -better Recreational r -. * '• ' - -T.I, ^ r • -' ' -~'•'••' t'''.. .'-"'-'. ' ' ' - .*'-"•• ^ -.' traffic;: / slowdown/.; bh /vNorth^ _•L — i ^ - ^i ii *• - - 4r H & . •- • * r L • -. • * .- f-", •.i '-.- ^ -^ : t ,<• — ' 1 ' ^- ' v; war-borii • "insecticide ^wonder, -; has ; been . recpmmenaed : to ^Kern;,:taTEners' for -many/ \ises ::in ; planning -1?4;7 'crops'; v by the ^agricultural, .extension service. : V j:;:- -To list a:'f ewi which ^Farm Ad yiser M.'/;A; I>tndsay said- applied to. Kern :a^:icultural crops, X». IX T. IsV'npw: generally / recommended : for codling nioth on apples and : : -pears, Lygus bugs :,pn alfalfa for seed -production, Un?a r beans and cotton, : ; onion thrips and other species of thrips" were resi- ; due Vis Int ; a prbbleiii; • : -• Also, pea • yweevil ; aphis when , grown for dry -peas, grape leafhopper: and. climbing cutworm on 1 commercial use for tomato fruit- worm and other cut- v '••• " ' - - """ • ' • n r ' ' ''•',»'• Von ^tomatoes, ioniato ;pih- , fly control in dairy barns and milk houses, ;hornflies on cattle and in houses for ants and ', other house- old -pests.- ; ;;:;':."•.> /.• '. .;, ,'-. ; - - / ..;.'.;• In all .cases where alfalfa, peas and other ;crbps- are used for fod- it was ; ^emphasized, ^ DDT will be i recommended. " •' •';'• -:Mr;: ;'Jiindsay said his office at 2610 M: street, would be glad to advise ; growers as to methods o£ ap- plylngr DDT, limitations in its use and time ot ^application. >;ivere %ii^ jbr^pdijn^ ... l^v^iilch^EdwwJti presideixtr^of ^ £be% Ajsspcfe&n^too^ •eratpr-A3^er%iri/;\ 7- . ""'.'-...*,. r .. pre^sident^ ; tSe. Ch^ber* '•( who V ^co%-= ducted tHe-round tablet • ^ • • . .* proposed vdrtery^ would n^essitate tile ybiillding ;bf <:i other-; &ri(3ge v] acrossV thep^riyerV< c brdiiig^ to/Robert' B. jSiieias;:" the; -^saf^t^^diyi^ibiif.' grouip.VIt-will be,>neiefled^t#5r^£ve the press^e ? of . . ' '"".' North Cheste? ^ avenue entraiice^ V;Sudds " "" "" '/'!' being; takeh '( to; put; In to; project; ped^striajns in the business : district. /The^ the, Roberts lane and bpuleyard > crossing^ were . : as bearing ''TooVmany persons regard -North Chester; avenue;as, a state:;highway with; a 55; Smiles :;per limit." He Said. • ' _ _ _ ^ ". ^ ,: "fc ; Other traffic changes needed ; are the : continuance; "bf JDassen^i driVe down .tc^;: tension of avenui ; o .-» i. I . j Goffe fea Sug owl Pitcher and Priced Below Cost ALSO Furniture and Other Miscell items aneous Seventeenth Street and Until Rulon; Keetch, . a^sistaiit superiti- tendent; ot Sta^dariaschool,r asked that 'the.$28,0tiCi budgets IprJjE) proyements^this year be-Ispent. E. H.: Kreyenhagen described; need for; more recreatipnal facilities ported that; he hadpullefi/oiiev year-bid out of; the canal^'and;'thai] swimming in Kern river was hazard- j ous for a Boy Scout group he.iirects. : Chester A. James, engineer if or the Kern county planning commission," said sites had been acquired for; two parks hi the; area f one on;; 3S"prris road and one east of Standard schop 1 Other speakers included r^;CHob- ert L. Orrick who reported rqn the Youth Cp-ordinatihg council and : its efforts on behalf 'of youthViri the cominunity. He particularly praised the work of the ; 33oysV Club and its leader, "Walter Hughes. . °" '*^ - L '"--•'" f r * ij ^f •- "'-• ' -,: \Early"Bnd--":7"-"''--V;^..^',' •*•- ^ . .' •• . - •. "~ "D. G.; Dillashaw reported }} that work of the laylug.Lbf lines for the Sanitation districT" was; two-thirds completed and the sanitation .plant; three-fourths finished. ;The system will be in operation early Iri April, he said.; :/ -,;-. '' - ; ;. '-"iw;--•'•:••'..^''. : - : Repi-esentatiori from other-groups included Paul- Hbshaw representing the Southern California Gas Company, R. E. Pierson, president of the Water Company; Mrs. C." A. Reed; president of the Beardsley P, ,T. A."; Mrs.; H. P.;Gibs9h; president -of the Standard Schopl^P. T. A.; Mm Ray Inriess, .president-;of the-- : North-pf-the-Hivery T^pnl^Vs : - Service .ciub*. W.T. Reese, ;;representing- the Pacific Gas and Electric .Company; and; others. • " v : '"_-,V : - ; . ; .'-.- -•••"- '-.".-: : C '•,:'.'••'''•'.'-' { :.. ti.~---. • ( ff". ••t : .'• , -£•-••-' -v-.v-r-' t':-i'-.^ ] •--•-.•-. i •«•• -".-• neckwear fer little boys. Wool mixtures in herringbone weaTe. He'll be the Frank Sinatra of the kiddie- H car set in one of tbese. Sizes 2 \ to 6, only Matching Caps * $1.10 , , •• , • , . , . . -L , •• Made vbf "Karco" rayon, " Brocades - •- - - ~ ' . .. ~ '-- • - ^^f^ in,assbrfed:colors and patterns./'. . '''*••'. - . . * ,'~ « '' .''_.-'.-••- •.-'..--.- .\- - ., small, medium and large. ' ' Fine Quality. White Dress Shirts - - -, -' . - • + <sys' Shirts '' V ' ' - ' . '• ;* - L l^-- _ L Invisible white stripes, Sanfor- •ized; in sizes 6 to 14. . Only T .•••**.'.. '. BOYS' Flannel * In navy and maroon, with contrasting trim, roomy pockets and self-belts. In sizes 6 to IS, and priced from - Meii's: hand-na side " • ~ -' , -. -• ,,-.----- -- - I - . * * .—->'. -'_ 4 t ~ -. - ,-- i "-, •- - — to ; blend i with vyour - ._' ' - - * . , s . ~ L ^ ^ j' j •" i • -i iape i. leather^ loves,;•= Boys' Leather t ^f n from Genuine • capeskia leathers, fully^liued; Juvenile sizes, 2 to; 10, $10.90. Regular Boys* Fine Quality Gabardine Dress Slaeks j In brown or blue, sizes 5 to IS. r, L, . I ' • * Men's 514.65 ers •/R ay on; crepes (iri; - assorted solicl "col- : ; 5rs;ana:patfernsjkair^ools i^ • - and;.i)laid^:-;C ^v^ .-'•;=; :-v--' - "•.•; : ; --./-'- '"/:v;-^.-^;7:-.jr^;::v; ; vf:;;v;-;7 : ;;;,;.-•'.-; •• •-,:.-.;. " $1,89 For the Larger Mar* '...--'".-" ^^f ' - -' — . -• -*--•-. ports Boys' Broadcloth Meri's ftlen's Fine Quality ; ^ "Linweate" ; Broadcloth; Shorts in solid colors and* assorted stripes, gripper ^ front, ; sizes 46 to 52. : , : ; • v . / 1.25 S 1.50 feather Jackets, fully lined '"i . '^genuine cape leaither '-in brown and"' black, siz^s 46 to 50. * . . Shirts r * — A complete select iou of colors i and patterns. Sizes 4 to IS. from $1.98 These are of fine-count broadcloth, in coat or middy styles and assorted stripes and patterns. Sizes 8 to IS. ts Shirts LII -•--, U-vvool : --'- -,-. and ,; br^wn and tsLn; : Small niedium and Jargel .-•;'•.. - •--. v A & P Observes Clerks' • ' ^ - >•-**• - * - -— - . ' - - -' ' - .11 Week at Local Store ;,--.Clerks':^ "week is being observed at the Atlantic & Pacific Tea; Cdmpant storB on : -Eighteenth .and: I streets this'^weekv.^^;^^^^^-:^^^^-^!:' customers, it was announced today. A special'iclerks* comrr4ttee:ylias been formed ori: values for the ' : yre&z Clerks will beV on "cliity V t6 - <sill attention to : special bargains offered. )Iaid;skirts iii : assprfed pastel colors/vSiies lO^to 18. : $5.95 SLACKS in Brown Onlv. Sizes'10 to 19 or 27 lo 35 Waist. oys i , Tan, blue and maize shorts, ' all-elastic waist. . '*~ Knit rests for boya. Wliifee and .fancy: /colors^ tailored in fancy styles; in :• blouses;••"-•,': Sizes 36 v - i •* - •—'• -'-'• ~*> - "'-•' I r- IV8 HR9 STMA CERTIFIGATg GIFT row Des rcll«v» egistered ^ Spenc j ^ Ernest Mrs alkins ' - -r- r - '• -- :' -i. from $1.70 - . • , - - ^ . . ies' Slacks • • • ••••.-••.-•.•.."-:.''. - ' - . - ' . -.-' • •-•-••-..• -•-:;••• ' >'- ! - •-. -.-•-•;• ' Strutters, gabardine.^ all _\'JA^ I ^ -. corduroy, sizes 10 to 44, from *•-.-" . • - ,r\ :--.,-.- - * ' - - A wide choice of patterns and styles .;.-. strutters and gabardines . , -sizes 10 to 20. io.se >v' Weather-sealed with Impregnole. These are in dusty .: HQ_se; blue or Ian. Double-breasted with fitted waists, in sixes 7 to 14, at Girls' Batiste Girls* Dainty i- - ^ ' F I '- - -, I. •" \ '•-----.' - ' . - ' - ' . - - - - , - ' • - - - - * 7 "• • - '• - - ' - '- " Are your hair and' yoiir scalp important to you?xlj; sisk yourself wliether the preparations you have'sp^iit ypiir good nabney^; ori in -the pi^t have actually •" J-L_rl--:'"_1-- ' w ' -3 •-•-' -t ': ->i» , - -' J*i* A :. . . . . ' ' : ' .' ** i your dandruff condition. r , > H • ,'-. V • \ -1 I I I - r With only ^ few app^^ OF BOLLYWOOD you will irainediately; notice: atf ^azinjgly dean scalp. ^^ piisightly:loose and dirty dandruff and you^ will new well-grboiried appearance. - . ' . • 'i - - ' • "' ^T . ^ JL *p .' . . . . - ',.,.-'' i - •- I -. — L. - - - - / , --j - • '- -- -.- -" m • " .* i - . ' .' , , ;.;, - - I --• - -r - .'• '.--.I.. -,\ I - know what you want in a hair preparation tut 'yet found it,:fill in U^ blarikielo^and sieiid AJlt-American^Laboratories, 3318 Sunset ^Slvd^ " ; -••"• 26;."CalifQrJiia."}:':- : -- : - : -^'-'^-^^^^-^'^^ - . •, -- * .. . -- ' • - ~-.'.*'' ''--- ~/- - ** . m l -~ nn - L\_' ^ n • • .;, ., .- - ' -'-- :•" . •'. --•." •-•- •• • • •••'.' -". . •-.-; - ^_."_ ^ -J.' f t f A if i' J l .-.,-, / : . • ---.;-. - ; • .- ' - '.. - - '. • . , - . . - "' . '-.••-•••.' _-'.','•- r .'• • • . ':-'.-' i£e d Ifeftt^likes i -.' ri J •- r --v. f - * »ta ' I - i Ladies* Lace Trimmed ;rayon, ; crepe, or aultifilameht; in : sizes ' '' " """ ' ' from $1.98 Briishjed >Vool Bed Jackets Tea;:f ose ani hluc, $2.98 :^^<M)I Knit Shoulderettes dD assbrteid ^pastels^ $2.98 'f&ST-'- •>' *;-- ''- :''.'- '.. - '"./ -••.'• - ' - • j-'" L - ''•';" -'•• -". ' - "' -.• Wool Knit Bed .Jackets ' ;; inrpastel shades, $3.98 _ _ -_ -i' j'i"^ With hemstitched necklines, dainty val lace;-, trimmed * ruffles. Sizes 2 to 14; I Sizes 4 to 14, in tearose only 1.79 Girll'Cotton KNIT VESTS -''•-.' 1 '-'- ' • * Of fine combed yarn. Sizes, small, medium and large. Girls' White Cotton Sizes 10 to 16. ^IB r - r __\J 1 Ladies' Run-Proof ^ .•--•" Ladies^: Balbriggan GOWNS , —- • ' •--. r , ' - . '. - ; • . • -• . • ^ ^Tearse >or white, in sizes •- ^ r l h -. . - . ' Whitev;with dainty pastel trim-, mlngs,"; in small,; medium and large: sizes, v" ^ . r — Girls'Pajamas ..•-,-. Wr - . -" . - . i ^ i- • . * - —- . . L New balbrlggans with novelty .-weave 1 ;.uppers, ski legs, in assorted colors. Sizes small, medium and large. - - - . - - -T' -' : . - • HOME rm • -• -- • • ; - '• .. , - . . --- , *\ .: :• - - -. • for the;Ladies . :; Wasbabie; dieiiilles, 1 • -li ^to $7.95 Brushed Rayoiis^ 14 t«o 44 '. .. •. - * - •'.- » -• - ^ f ,- _ - - j - •- ' from $6,25 *• .- ~ - -, * • • *^'-J'-' -•• •-' '. • ""• -- fr6m$7.9S 1. - b • ^. Brunch *& : ^^Kr>.' > -•-*-.'-*.^ •-- - -t -- .* '-H I 1 -\- - - - I J • -*< . ' - '•• * ' . ' T I _ >. - .- . - I c J^ 3318'Sunset BIvd.,vHoU^^^ Eiiclosfrd f _ .u J .' g end bottle of and 20% .luxury tax). 4 The Popular - - ; : '• ~ ' •-' '" - ' , . Chesterfiel Im f J r I — — »af§ ' . With : velvet collars, in black, brown, gray and light blue. All-wool. Sizes 10 to 20, and only - - ' • ™*: ,' l - ^. DRESS REHEARSAL OF HOLMWOOD j: . 'r - r - ',1 - ---• ; : -.'" :?r:-^ ^ h- -V • -."-• SXAXfi BOYS'fiDRESS ool EHAKI PANTS BOYS POPLIN JACKETS etc repell ater ant now SHORTS Dealers BOYS BROADCLOTH MEN PA SHmTS hite now hers Bran 7506 • -1-

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