The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 11, 1946 · Page 12
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 12

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", - - - *. - --"I* I - -I. * I ' .--r-' -, . -.'' - _ r< . -'-.•.. !• — ." -• . -' •- -_ -' '- - ' i v • • - iJ - ; V - • - I - - H . •-• •'Phillip G> ^ifer ftpdiiy; advised •nialters'to take icertiain precautionary -->•.''.'' , _• - ••'.**••-•,.";,,- - —'•"'-'" r '' setting 1 {Up;;; the; f or .Yuietide * 5 ^The^place you,.^select -for-yoiir ee; f ' he said, "should be -well aw&y fcoihy ^stoves?, ; ;radiat6rs and ..; other »bufc^ b? ieaV • -When you smoke, ^&^^^^:trc^ ^e tre^^: • '••'.;> ; S;He?pdlrite^;6ut that the? tree should 1?ejwell ^secxired against falling: atnd -be' so ^placed' that if standings ,Qr fallen; : ;lt ^cannot: block^an exit from : ^ItJisSalsb^imp^^ntih^.Ghristmas ^;;;yg66d: conation,v ; Chief x"Sets bearing the label V of: -f Underwrl tera^3^abora lories/• Snc.;' havebeen itestedfor'• fire- has^rds.^nd ^jprdribuhced /safe-l)>y: experts." : ; The ; fir a xihief - also _ recommended -£tise r ot 3;incombustible and flameproof ;material for decorations.; Cot nite easily,; aind should be proofed, ;he said. - V ', . . And after the Christmas presents have ; been; unwrapped; it Is best;to v immediately discard the •wrappings, he/ advised,; adding, that it was also a good idea,;;to reinove the tree as sooii v as possible after" December 25. •_ - ' ' >-'. -'.;•*..;"' Kem-ftbtbriste you ';;- that has l>eeh trolman : ; ;jicket.3^^ ^•Tb^s^the;,., passed do^n from C^t6;;chfef^&;,aiS :patroL <jhief ;€atoj tlian!warn aU"moi6rjsts;wfcQ • . - " h . ' -' - . . -- - 1 - . ? :• , -1^' " ,',..- h . r- to dim their headlights according | .j ,.' ' J - _ - •- -, ' • ™ — - - - -. ^ . ... . —. . - ^*F. to law, •' -, r - 1 1 »- s I. — I." .. -' .«-,-* • - "I 1946 WHEAT ACREAGE --'"—•-• i •" • •» ~ - - -1 In 1946 the farmers in the United States/ planted 65,680^000 : acres of Wheat, .compared to TO^OOjOOO acres hi Europe. -^/ ' V ; / APVJ5RTISEMENT. ••- r. r r' .-• .• '*• __ ^ i ' .-"' . - L ' ' V I ••' interest rates on; Bayi^gs^^: a^oiptnts be^ "ral?^:r25:-per;;CfentNOn a.<xouhts;^or;;the^ir^t; ; s|3: 1947, it has;beeri};announceia Gianriini, ; president of:;the! America/ according: to:iword received: by ^officials of Ibcat branches^pf -the - • - 4 ' "' ".' .'- ^ ' ". - .- ' -'- ' '" '- L • " ^ "- , - '- ', - ' - - - bank.- '. -.: .; v . ,v., •:••' .,-7.^- c;::;C,-;-. :; ^:,-v.; The generally, prevailing interest rate ;of 1 perkcent O n sayings counts -".'up -to ,$10,000. ;;-wiU ;>be creased r to 1% per-cent^;^accordirig to Mr. Gianninl's announcement.' The increased rate willrrbe^ reflected by 2,SOO,OQ() : ;::Bank ot America? ings accounts,; of^which ; aboutf96 cent are !n^ the "small>sayer" group 'of less tJiah $5000. *v- '>- ;^:.-^ -'-'^,\-Interest on that portion of, a /savings account' which exceeds^$10 ( 00p, r paid heretofore at the rate of1:-'per- cent on accounts oh the books ofi September 2/.1942,' will be applied to all accounts on the books bnV:pe- cember 3.1, 1946: Such' excess funds, •. -l,'H." . . ,' * to receive the interest must ; \be ; cph>" tinuously ;on^ : deposit ; ; fbr5 full rsehii:/ annual periods; "Kew sayings' dei posit accounts an Excess ;bt $10,000' will be'accepted^ at interest only-Lwith prior executive approval as has;been the custom in recent: years. : : ; •r%£:--''Vv;Kf£^ •r.-—i-Ji^.,. - *• L '-•=:^.- ':;;,;^/•-i-.^;^. ^--.^'•,; r.-j/- v - '-•-.'•^'•i.'^^-L..- -'*-"' - _ -. -,. -\.--- esses YOUrfeel im so Idle n -' -,i.: -,-F you want fast long lasting relief from aching, stiff sore muscles, liimbagomisery or neuritis pains—rub on good old reli- a)jle Musterole at once. ; -.: ^i'•; Musterole instantly starts to relieve • ^. . • r . •- _ ^ ^^ ^ the painful soreness—it helps break up : the surface coi^jestion and checks irrita- ?tion.,you:cati actually feel it work! :_ This famous family standby offers ALL theAdvantages of a warming r J5tiinidat)ng mustard plaster yet is so much easier to apply. Justrub it sn. In 3 Strength*, ~ " J " ^* r _ ' r,- )- -' ". — /• Soothe help baby rash Mexsana. Protects aper ekin irritated from 40-yesr family favorite aaing fashes SOOTHiNG MEDICATED POWDER >'. emen • •-,,-" . - Black as gipsy eyes .* , soft as gipsy ' . -•'.-. . • ' • ' .• •: violins . . . \ ~. onlea t - ^ ,. '.i ..i Acts AT ONCE to and 'Loosen' • n X F J (CAUSED BY COLDS) Bpoonluls of PEBTUSSIN must promptly/ relieve ,such coughing or money toacK. Prescribed by thousands or Poctor^l PErtrussiN acts at once not only to;:relleve coughing but it-actu- ;ally; :-30tten9 -.phlegm'' and makes it teaaler to raise. Safe! Effective! Pleasant 'today. . ^F Cattlemen throughout \the-. state, have been warned by the" state 'department' of agriculture to he -"on; the alert for symptpms .of common ^cattle scabies" among their /herds; ;> Dr. A. K.-;. Carr, ^chief ;of; thej; division of; animal -industryir told United Press, reporters-that'the' disease had been /discovered* withim the : last few clays among widely -scattered herds ^throughout the state; '• ; In order to insure proper' ods of eradication - ? and to - guard against losses ; through -imp.roper treatment of the disease; the department asUed that: cattlemen report/ suspected cases promptly- '^Bp; state veterinarians could 'be assigned to supervise the work, V 1: pr. P,R. Edwards, Kern'county livestock inspector,.- said no persons have reported the existence pf cattle scabies in this county. "'•• He reQuested that any -cattleman wtio khovv s; of cattle with the; disease to report it to him at 323 Chester avenue; or telephone 2-0044. ^ / ;• : ; >' ' - DOBBS MIIILINERY^-MAIN FLOOR -•: "• x-v/ -:- - - --. .'-.- -.-•;' ...' -,- ^ , .;-.,..•.-'.-'• " . "- • . - ~ . L w - . J ' •' ' I ' . . 1 . • + — . . -,- _ . , - • , -- 1 ; : *"-'•- '•' -- - •'• - v ' • * ^ '"" ' '-/'• " -' ..- • AM; EXCLUSIVE WITH •- 1 ^* ' H '-* : . - i • -^ i - '-*'•' • •^ - ,-. _ . • 1 . i i * * - 1 «': n ' - L - '- - j-^-*r» ^, b -^ -\ J-* .-1 1^ .*?->:•:•_*', ^:^^x- r -. - s. t . *.'*>< . .-I' t |-if^:- -' -X-3 . -( . - tf • \'- -.*& J.' «k sSsisS ^^ v»*. •LP- «• - '1 h - V I I J ' 1 « :< feK$raw *«ttv »:^r »:»:-»>:v.>v •yy:w ^5:-:^-: ^ *WK •>--'•X-.-.V.MI ®8^fS - <L» '*^.H » V^ ®SS?SK i-%^ • »_^ fe«S 1. - V , << Minimum ; Hail carlbt -loading: mihimums"; boosted to 50,000-- pounds; on seed potatoes during the coal crisis, haye been lowered tor.36,000 pounds^lor 360 -sacks,, it was? i a^nounced ; here today/:'-- \ _ • _•_;-_ '-,-: ; --vJ" •• :- : -- v . : . '' •':"•]' ^ -.: Sidney B.; - Carnine, : ; : aecretar^ manager of Kern County,. Potato Growers .Asabciation r said -he^f received .'a .teieg Office of Defense .. Transppftatin,, ' Washington; • _ the -order. ., notifying; himof - \r • .< - - ^1 I _ V Cuddly fur your pint-sized Lorelei, : *^ - . ". * - ^^ '•••-. • -• , , ' -.. -!,""• ?Vi~ L fc. Prices reduced i _ ^ . n ~ •* . r' j cial: pre-Christmas; sale/ White L + lar.to :style: sketche^ih : sizes 2 to-fc : THese'cud-- .,'*•':- " . -•- • ti '"- ' - -'.-,'.- . . -'.'" . -• : - '- dly coats were priced^at •'• . ' ~ * - * . . • • --- A _" •• -^ , ' _" '- •"-•-» » '< ,*-"'.'•»—•" It *5vK Tfcliio ro^r'" hiir 'Tnotr 1*0 "' «p^.Q UiUQ tttA» UUU-LUcV ic T - .. A '.; ^— t * f «• ^ .,• •/ .. ^ • pffered ^ tio^youv now ~at •only-;v ; ^. v ^ ; --;- ; 5:: : v^ : v •;:.:••;• - » v'*- i - . - ..-. ....- . r ... - - , . •AK'. •* ." --.' . * -l firVT •.-xv "'1, — *' f f • - KS» __ _\ ^ * M aS$ ^• T . "* J/'A fr>. H r* ses .*" - ^ ^X-,v > '?--.*-*••: Av:c s * ftSS t>.v >*« n --^ * - \ - ~ i T &.' JJ-'.- * *i i--^-i '- f 'm x-». •X? «; : ^m • •< " - m m *A&: ^ r /V*> r.Vi '-»/ »«^ j' •- -^ 11 j i r * i - > ^ L ^ . •*"- - I h -. , - . »iK?s>w^€ r --».:m ^>r^^:^ ; ;^/-.:-;- •:-: ,.-::::/: >::^^iM-^ including 'federal tax J ^^^^^ * M ^ ^ ? — Jm t .. i ' J * vl I 4 ' h ' -.-; ^ ^ v — f . —f, ••- j --i - * :-r-,V'-. f '1 *" I» »•- L>>* :•*•»•*,• ^I->: '.S —., ib v -y ^ .^ t .*• -* : !-• ^_ -r / - ft \ ;-j H - - - -I I ' . - J - "• - 1- « ^ - •i^^. • .'•' • -. -1 ^ \ ^ • • 'S- -'z •— r The asociation, protested^ ruling requiring: the /loading.; of ^500 sacks to the car, and requested -the return to 360 "sacks per car.-as;soon a^ \\ possible,-MrV-CarninetBald^/'v;;: - ' "^ ' - • "-.••*• * --' INTENTS' JBtAtCOliY •i » - . . IT '• f ' I" * J J T '>• ' T - r'" H- -- *" .^., ' * - '• f -- : -sT & i i JfiK -' V'*" I' .1. * - • - • I -I '* - I _.. . - 1. - - ' I'l 1 !-<-- - , ' ' L *.. .'- r- - 1' - - . > -. f J- - I • •r- ^.' * T ^ Yc>...ihe/rc i& Z>*H4n£ te ..* < ,,- • - - ' : - j - - - - ,*.,," These Samson card ub!«... live beauty that will make you proud to use But more than ihat ^; they're mt^tyftM tcatt VM.i-.tK^v'n** P«JM»-^ v.wi*««r 5nohg eriobgh : " \ \ SamKKi card tables arc htndy for dowtu afld*pUy uses aro^ more fjru ihcy hialte yo^r work casfer* and truly add Dcwbcaaey to home enjoymend ' ' •"".• .'.-",'* - — - -. •. '.' • « » • SAMSOfl CARD TABLES §45 .7 H ES E SXT R A • ' - -- • , .- . _ r. ^ ' - " .. +'_ .,"."';--'• ,,. r - -- ->•'• ---' Oouble-brdcedt smooth; v tubu!or -f^i "- _1 ' ••- " f •'.'.'•* "'t i; i" "•-• = '• '-' ''•'-- -""- ••-•* Sturdy and --steady^ : ; CLASSIC the the moment Jester FLOOR f 7785 Coior-fast •arge playing surface;:: ~ ' ' 1 • -' .:'.'--' - m - i'--" .tesj^ipoce^ » . . t - w f —*;.--* * ^ r • -I - >• — .1 t . h - - . -*-' _. i ,"_- ,^ _ 'L ' ^ FURHIT ->-. ' '__---,";.^ ;.-• v,; ---:,. .;•-"-. r - L *:--• ;.~;i^ :L -. Eighteenth and H Streets, Bakersfield, Phon©S-8S4S. 1208 BaKer Street, East EakersfieBd, Phone 4-4981 Center Street, Taft, Phone 98 ' -. rl h -• i>iJ sheer loveliness. The gipsy is of black cliiffon. with velvet ribbon trim, and a full flounce on the bottom. .It's backless, with a _ LJ f u-icked low-cut "T" in front. black only; sizes • 12 • to • 16.- it -is offered at $34.00. Lives there a woman whose fair skin looks not fairer under black? We've a secret .. * intriguing black gowns. frilly and completely feminine, A gift she II love for its sheer form of flattery for her daintiness. Or put stars in her eyes vvitti one of our many lovely pastel creations, lace-capped and lovely , . .exquisite gowns, with the custom- made look exdusivencss. ANY woman will love you for a gift such . as these, painstakingly fashioned with a love for fine detail. These are as dainty as SHE is . , as soft as a wisp of winter twilight. We take a* "per sonal" interest In her Christmas gift. f hat s why it's so easy to choose from - *'*-£> -*f.^ W L f** r ^•-4^' • ,- V^,*.O- '*• ' 'if "S '*- >* - K- .'.-V,- -"Xi - m -;tic,-f .-?.* our collection of bedtime stones •ffi!$i'^ -Jhfe*:. fe;ifj .'- ' * - . r - ».-- These are of Mmmmm gowns •rv--.. ; --"-:;v at ib6 waist smd- a ehiffon, •-• with '-• a lace l ^ ' L _ r ribbon ops ^of ' lace •' "• and ribbon trim. ,Stielloye he delica pastel \ l-L Y^ 'F_'x-l l •-"* tr^ ••!• J J J \ r ^^ ^ L tones, the womanly wonder of filmy fabric; In * ^_j. ""'i^'. ^f L _ - " i r x j ^* •-'_-•. ' j sizes 12 to 16^tbe Mdriff is priced at $21.00. + - + - - -, - - • - — r - - ..--.' -: f. . if LINGERIE—MAIN FLOOR .*Ki ..i'f. -' i „ r^ X am

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