The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 10, 1946 · Page 13
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 13

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, December 10, 1946
Page 13
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NS^te V P^>A;\ , re\aHOB Twent y5 ttr|e $J! Nazidom's top.H>edV cal: expertsV d heard/themselves ae- 'Cused of "wholesale murder and unspeakably , cruel, tortures" ..Monday ' "SS^•; WM »!'-«w:-W«l- for their wsard. experiments, on^human guinea , pigs In-concentration .camps. ' W, ^ n £, Jtfiti =8 Walter Seals "off Olympiav Wash.,;-opeBed'the guinea ' Pig.-trial,, the ,first ota long list-of „. subsequent',proceedings"Mn the ;Wabe 'of the .conviction? of the Ger' jman Goering gang._ ''<• .The J mu>ty .old. "Nuernlierg courtroom where the. first big-war crimes trial unreeled was packed for the *-• new trial. The scene was much the r samaras;when r the Nazi leaders were being .tried. -- ' One-Woman Defendant A. splash .'of-colpr-amicst tfie drah chaniber In the*s.palace ot justice was -the bright .purple dress with while, collar -worn by Herta Ober- fcauser, the only woman among the defendants^'' -•* - ,' The charges'agajnst the 23 were crimes against humanity, war crimes, and common design or con- apiraey /to commit - crimes against humanity. ' * ' They, were the mechanics of the ruthless Nazi program of experimentation, on human-;beings. Their mo- live was a search/for scientific principles which couid bemused in the , ''German war effort. - f. Pracflced-FanJastfc Horrors ' Sterilization, abortions, freezing, pressure chambers 'and other fantastic - horrors were practiced with- out stint by ,the<NaziB, according to the charges, ~ : f , ,.' "' , ', " r " TheTJnited-States; opened its case against the Nazi ' physicians and medical administrators', 'for their fatal-,experiments ' on', of concentration, camps who, according to Brigadier-General" Telford Taylor^ the chief prosecutor, "came in wholesale lots and-were treated worse than-animals," , .,>•>' The prosecution's Si-page opening statement -labeled tha trial as not merely aT trial «f persons but" also oi a, "barbaznfiS" system" and a grave .lesson foEc*th« -seorld. Obligation 4o Humanity . "These defendants,are responsible,! .for ^wholesale insjrdef-and Tinspeak-i: ably cruel' tortures,"' the prosecu- [ tions said. "It is our deep obliga- j tion to all the-peoples ot the world! to show why and how these things! happened." * Justice Seals said the opening statements' for the prosecution would be limited to one day-and the defense to two days. Court will recess at noon Saturday, December 21, until January 2. Among the defendants are the per- sonal'physicians of Hitler and Hemrich i Himmler, one woman doctor, and the deputy reich "health" leader. All of them will hear their fate from the same prisoners' box recently occupied by Hermann Goering, Julius, Streicher and the other .Nazi officials. An American military tribunal will try this case. Russia, Prance and Britain will try other suspected war criminals in their'own zones. PERSONAL MENTION RECENT DINNER GUESTS of Mr. and Mrs. Peter. Channeson, Shaf, tcr, were Messrs, and Mesdames j ; Charles Manley, Norman Polasky "and Doctor and Mrs.. Keith Mc> Kee of Bakersfield; Mr. and Mrs. "" MerSe Taylor of Tulare. formerly of Bakersfield, and Messrs, and ' Mesdatees - Paul Newell and Charles Burns, Barrie Burns of Shatter. E. E. FREEMAN,, 54, of the Savoy Ho'tel, Taft, 1s a patient at Taft Community.. Hospital, where he was brought Tuesday, following an industrial accident near McKittrick la which he sustained sev- - eral broken ribs. He is an em- ploye of Shepherd & Roberts' Drilling Company. WASHIR TROUBLE? Phone5*5829 WITH&M'S 1919 "EYE" STREET Building MRS. PETE BENDER, Shatter, entertained with a bridge luncheon recently. Guests were Mesdames Rolf J'acobsen, Pal Kelley, Peter Ohanneson, William Bender, Fred Ruhlman, Ed Brown, Robert McClain, Harold Freedman, Henry Neufeld, Merrill Thomas, P. L. "Arnold, Glen Putman, Ted Vignola and Tip Henderson. MRS. THOMAS DE HAVEN of Caliente Canyon, who has been confined in the Kern General Hospital for the past three months .because of injuries sustained in an auto accident, was moved last week to the home of Mrs. Helen Duff Pratt, of Caliente Canyon. MR. AND MRS. BURRELL REED of Caliente and their two sons, Ronald and Warner, and Mrs. Carrie Reed, spent Thanksgiving in Bakersfield at a family gathering given in the home of Mrs. Reed's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Richford. " SANDRA L.EE was the name given to the daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kempkem, 304% Lincoln street, Taft. The baby arrived at Taft unit of Kern General Hospital December 3. Mr. Kemp- kem is an employe of the Standard - Oil Company. MR. AND MRS. ALEX PEREZ of 116 Monroe street, Taft, welcomed a daughter at the Taft unit of Kern General Hospital December 4; weight, 6 pounds, 13^ ounces; to be called Diane. Mr. Perez is -an employe of Standard Oil Company. MR. AND MRS. GLEN HERROD, 403 Harrison street, Taft, have announced the birth of a-daughter at Taft unit of Kern General Hospital December 4; weight 6 pounds, 13 ounces. Mr. Herrod is an em- ploye of,the Frozen Food Lockers. MR."AND MRS. L. DICKSON of Johnsondale, are the" proud parents of a, son, born November 25, at Kern Valley Community Hos- 1 ,pital in Kernville. The baby weighed 7 pounds, -8 ounces at birth and has been named Leonard Lee. Christmas Special REPAIR SERVICE FREE ESTIMATES VENETIAN BLINDS .ALUMINUM .STEEL WOOD All orders received on, or before December 12 wilTbe delivered and installed before Christmas. C. J. BlUMGARDNER ' , - 1202 ^est Drive PHO?JE 2-3516 or%7048. If No Answer, Call Aft«r 5 P.M. We Have Available Now! A. C. Electric Arc Welders e Acetylene Welding Outfits • e Brill Presses • Electric Drills "• Bench Grinders • Portable Grinders » Portable Sanders • Prest-O-Lite Tanks « Vises and Appliances . » Pneumatic Fender Reshaping Tools ; OXYGEN AND ACETYLENE TANKS Baker's Welding Supply Company " ' Distributors for . THE MN»E A|B PRODUCTS COMPANY i> ," - - THE LINCOLN ELECTRIC COJIPANIT 2121 Sixteenth Street Phone 4-4524 . i , »^ - f-t * -i ^ ^ ' r Tuesday, December 10, 1946 y= -&»,•"'>.. ' ;-. ??-'-•; VisfiMlift^Cl^^ia^llEARS Daily 10 Al M. to 12 Noon and 2 P. M. Til 5 P. M. s of Toys for Every d Girl, Any Age! \ ~* ^ sfet ty i f ^S^ T~\l Shop ai SEARS and SAVE! Strongly Built N<ew CHORE WAGONS bt The children will haye loads of fun irf this!- Making deliveries or shopping, for you. Steel wheels,,rubber tires, hardwood plywood body. 36x16x10% inches. Ten-Piece Tool Chest rf j c l c- • u " Ke.d enamel Finish Just'right for small carpenters with big plans. Includes strong cast steel pliers, hammer, metal square, steel screw driver, chisel, saw and vise. Strong wood chest. Lively, Impish Kewpie Doll Stands 12% inches- High '2.79 lively, flirtatious kewpie.-it's.fin* to play with her because; she's so active. Her head turns, her •arms and legs 'move. Neatly molded of durable composition. New Rider Dump Truck » With Steel Wheels Regular $5.79 at «$• All dressed up in a trim spnsuit v., B(J ;| t bj g , an d strong for real riding, and lots of fun playing "pick up" of printed cotton, -with- rayon ,„ and delivery or big hauling jobs. Rubber tires for smoother riding, socks and shb«. "", i ~ "'Wood body, dumps by means of lever. Lovely 14- - . _ *:- ,/i*'t *•., • Flamex GiftSet $998 V*-" Beautifully etched glass .'. . guaranteed two years against heat breakage. Permits baking, serving, storing In same disli; cuts dish washing. Includes covered casserole, open casserole, covered loaf pan, iitility dish, pie plate, six eustard cups. Chromium Potato Mashers With Harwood Handles Only 29c aad -,!f^ -5«Sr 6£ -,-*• #~ W*"V *fe; .vsV.. Youngster's Choir Maple Finish $2*89 Its thick wooden Tegs will taka plenty of abuse from children. Slat ieat, 14 x 12 inches. OveraU height is 22% inches. Toy Doli Bassinet * Ivory Enamel $1.69 For a little sirPs do!l nursery. Attractive end panel with decal. Wood slat bottom. Easy to assemble. 22&X12'/2X15% inches. Doll's High Chair Decorated Pane! $2.98 For happy hours at ploying house. Constructed of strong wood. Movable foot rest. Food tray. Overall size 31 x!3%x 13 inches -"cM ***.* ^ s>~ _-•'> -=i ,-'"H5i «?••"!>'-^>S l^jfc^V w ',,;,, ,,,i_ .i.^.^.^asss^f -^ Dare Devil Dick The Stunt Man $1.29 Dare Devil Dick rides the rocket down the slide, loops the loop and races across fioor. All metal runway, car and base. 19 x 20 inches. Somersault Skier Obstacle & Slid'e $1.49 Your youngster thrills—to ski- jumper's spills. Lands on other sida of obstacle after turning complete flip in mid-airl Plastte Helicopter Assorted Colors $1.19 Floor toy with rolling wheels and large revolving propeller. Provides many pleasant hours. 3 inches x 2Vi inches x 5 inches. Boy's Chemistry Set Lab Type Cabinet $5.95 See science tn Its most exciting form! Manual tells how to do 300 experiments." 43-pieces. Extra Chemical Magic book. 16x14 in. Micro , Outfit $7.39 3-power metal in- stalment. 14 bottles s of chemicals, 7 slides. Jest tubes, dfshT Bouncing. Pony Ride Here's Fun $6.29 Here's*real fun in a hobby horse for the kids. Well-made wood standard, steel spring. Enameled in red, green and ivory. Oven Glass Baking Set $1.09 Genuine oven glen. Set has 4 custard cups, casserole, cereal bowl, rolling pin, board. 37-Piece Point Set for Youngsters Help develop the young artist's talents with this fine Futura artist and paint »et. Complete set with 19 colors, brush, easel and instruction charts. Humming Top Were 29c Now 19c Hums as it spins; All metal. Witb stick and siring. Assorted colors. Available for Immediate Delivery Phone 6-6501 „. B SEARS ORDEi * ^ , ~r - r --T ^ Sure Fire Gifts for Men and Boys Roomy Fishing.^Jackle Boxes . . ". . -.«%• . . . $3.98 and $5.93 Gallon Size: Picnic Jugs X • • '• ... '..".. . . $3.95 and $4.95 35x80-lnch Rubber Air Mattress ... ........ $30.95 Wrapped India Fishing Rods, 7 to 9 ft. long ....... $6.75 Nine-foot -F ; ly;Rods ............ .. . Each $11.95 Nine-foot S'plit Bamboo Fly Rod ............ $19.95 .Weaver Telescbpe Sight for .22 CaL Gun G4 Power N2 Mount $11.95 First Baseman's .Mitt ._«...-..„ ..... .... .. $5.69 Catcher's Mitts . .................... $7.95 "Reach" Brand Baseball .... '. ........... $1.98 Dandy Soft Ball Bat ."" . ..... . ./. . . . . . * . . 69c Strong Tennis Rackets ......... ........ $4.98 Horeshoe Set ........ .,_. .. . . . . . . . ... . $5.49 Genuine Leather Fitted Travel Kit .....'./..... $5.29 1317 Nineteenth Street, Bakersfield •St. De Luxe Steel Velocipedes With all the features a youngster wants most! Jlokled rub- -& ber saddle with steel springs for cushiony comfort. Ball ^j bearings on the big front wheel; crescent type lender. Rub- w ber pedals, rubber handle grips a r nd" 1-inch rubber tires. , Silver colored tubular steel handle bars. -Seat and handle bars can be raised several inches to keep up wHh the ^ grooving child. Bugged 1%-inch tubular steel frame, with non-skid steel platform step over real axle. Gleaming 4-<* I I, baked-ori'red enamel finish, neatly striped.'" Bright hub *2"ifSCll caps. Easy to assemble. Mailable. Catalog Xumber 79NOS620 79NOS621 70X08622 Diameter front wheel 12-iu. ' • 36-in, Adjustable leg reach " 16-lS-in. lS-20-in. 20-22-in. Shipping weight pounds ' • 20 Price each §10.90 12.34 13.80 "Chrysler" Model Pedal Auto Speedy little steel beauty! Streamlined design—fenders are part of the body. Lots of extras! Steel bumper, horn that ^ really worts, dummy headlights and windshield, radiator H grille and new type niotometer. Low-slung—easy to climp d in and out. Smoothly rolled edges to protect clothes; fiber- ~ covered seat. Pedals adjustable -for different leg lengths. Beautiful baked-on maroon enamel, neatly trimmed. S-inch double-disc steel wheels with %-ineh rubber tires. Overall size 36sl6 Inches wide. Easy to assemble. JIallable. Shipping weight 35 Ibs. ... Use Sears Easy Payment Plan 131? Nineteenth Phone €-6501 SEARS WILL BE OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT UNTIL 9 P. M. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE > * ' i-.-y **.':- '^ " " r ''"i"'-'~ 1 ' W ' 7 t " * < ^-w -- -i ^ - VI -, ^*- . - ' - " ^ - i^ 0 * 1 > - * jf "• ~^ ~ " jr*'$&&«, fastf $.~ -'. • >** *t**..-4. •"**. •*•,'

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