The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 11, 1946 · Page 19
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 19

Bakersfield, California
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Wednesday, December 11, 1946
Page 19
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^^^^^fKfy^^^ &js&. -kjp-i^Ki^B^t^p^s; ja£ -w -*~u —cflr~^A'«fc~-5(;:s-* -£.*-t^*.^ * , •J$?&f<fZi >> i v ,^-- 7 , ^--.n.V'COfltractors''Asso- ciation, 'sbtwed a'sVnate subcommittee ' a^-Jtaelvnieh~ : stack; ot regula~ tlcins to<lay'Andnsald4hey all applied to his 'small,'millwork' plant, ', "1 have .counted these sheets and there _are 430 here, which apply only to us In the mfltwprk businees/ 1 Harrison sala. ~}tT£ ^fs'lmposalble to expect small'.business'Uke ours which are the backbone of'America to exist under such regimentation;" Harrison?-wa3 the-first of a group of buslnesamen^ho urged the 'com- ETsints" subcommittee of 'the -Senate r small business, committee to recoin- mencl that .all eVntrols'over <onstru<> tion bfr removed,"-"' \ " _ He Bald '~thfe^ga - necessary to •"elimlnat'e.thedrear In'the minds of buainessmeij'that.perhaps som^ hous- jng.expedltec will tafte over who will" impose impossible restrictions on them;" • . , ._ * t A resolution by*the Nashville Con* tractors Association calling for removal, of controls was presented to the, committee by Harrison who said endorsements of this 1 'position had been 'received -from" 1 other associations throughout the ^country and from ..such _ groups~ as, real estate boards ;apd architects''association8, As-an example of'the-way he said controls are hamperingr.ihe housing program Harrison said" his firm made doors for veterans' houses'but found It .could not buy r fir-, plywood .for panels because, factories -are directed to ship 'most of. iieir output 'to pre- fabrfcators. * ,'> As- a result, he 'said.^his company- hiul^o oise-toarawpod-plywood costing three -times J as . iniieh, - >r *?» <--"*.'-f' scriptive accouafr ot Vhls^amouli "rock, dinner/'^if'ik- <3eneral : HogpitaL , Charles states thrtt; Kent -te terea .1n""'a ^Tjarrael&'i'witiil; five''' other Veterans - wfioT'flnA*'5:hi8^ stories of- the a4-ert' most^taterest-'i ing. Mr,•'KnowltoE''Is " In Bakerafield,' *~ if. -XOS emergency city "ordinance" 1 w'iiichtoii October ' * lOT'-proMbtted^commeircial" * constructionT for so successful that Ing lias jumped 100 "p^ liouse-hungry.;' " as pravefl' aal^uild- • cerit^iS this WOtJtiDlBjE^S *Rst',wh"ea ste.Biarried £a ? 'Swedeh. ..OI.K -waS"ljorn, v inirontgomeryTAla/ reduction In Individual income,. -leaders jn Congress, wouia^meanla? ?%' -tidy^savings for taxpayers''--^"""- ^K- 5 "-'' come brackets. • ~ Thejtax of "a 12500 xrtth'a wife and, two'Dependent flren would "be cut.firom $95ito $76" a year, a" reducjtiou ^of- 4i9J," Tie": tax of a, married, person with, nb-,de-' "pendants, and' an Jncomef of- 525,000 wopld lie- rednpea" fro'nx; $908^; to ;$726S,;a siash of $1816.40.-!; "-" '-' , ' .To 1 many people ?19 in a;puny escv-* ings« -Sowever, to a man-or & widow, supporting,a'family of fom? pn $2500, a year'in a tline'of high living: costs,^ it, probably-means nsucb- more thani taxpayer. savings r to the ?25,000-a-year~ ' ' ' ' * ' Phillips Music Company's Big Selection Includes: HIGHLIGHTS -FROM "MADAME BUTTERFLY" — Puccini, starring Licia Albanese, Lucielle Browning, James Melton, with the Victor orchestra, Frieder Weissman, conductor. Album DM-1068 , „ $4.04 SCHEHERAZADE — Pumski-Korsa- kov. Played, by the San Francisco Symphony orchestra, Pierre Monteux, conductor. Album DM-920. $6.14- DER ROSENKAVALIER — R. Strauss. Played "by Cincinnati Symphony orchestra, Eugene Goossens, conductor. Album DM-997 $4.04 GRUENBERG VIOLIN CONCERTO — (Opus 47). Jascha Heifetz, violinist; San'^Francisco Symphony orclies- tra, Pierre Monteux, conductor. DM-1079 .-. .."* $5.09 RHAPSODY IN BLUE —Gershwin. Jesus Sanroma, pianist; . Boston "Pops" orchestra, Arthur Fiedler,,"conductor. SP-3. $2.36 ^ LA MER — Debussy. Boston Symphony orchestra, Serge Koussevitzky, conduc tor. DM-643... $4.04 -SYMPHONY No. 6 in OP— (Pastoral);' Beethoven." Leopold "Stbkowski and the New York Syinphphy orchestra. " DM-1032 _________ _. 1 .:;..:..:.:.:.. i ...:...l$6.14 , NUTCRACKER SUITE ^- TchaBcow- sky. Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor,' DM-1 020 §4.04 DM-1020 _________________ ;. ______ .'............$4.04 KREISLER "MY FAVORITES" — Fritz Kreisler, vioh'nist; Victor Symphony orchestra, Charles O'Conn'ell, conductor. M-&10 _____ . _________________ $4.04 Children's Records THE FARMER'S BRIDE — THE PANCAKE—As , told' by, Gtidrum Thbrne-Thomsen. "Y-32fc.".-.: ~$1=.52 HELLO^ I'M ADELINE — Roland Winters, narrator;"~Ellen-Merrelt as Adeline. Y-ll .- „_ ^1.52 > '. " LITTLE BLXek SAMBO;AND THE TWINS—As told by Paul Wing, \rifh orchestra; Henri Rene, conductor. Album Y-326 .. .: $l'.52 THE UNSUCCESSFUL ELF — As '. told ^ By. Paul Wing, with orchestra conducted by Joseph Le Maire. Al- Y-320 __________________________ ..... «...1.52 PEE WEE, THE PICCOLO — Paul Wing, narrator, with Russ Case and his orchestra. Album Y-322......$2.63 THE SHEEP AND THE PIG WHO SET UP HOUSEKEEPING— As told by Gudrjlm Thorne-Thomseii . . . Y-7 ------------------------------------- • ............. 63c MY RECORD BOOK OF SONT5S AND STORIES— A collection .pf favorite children's records ......... ...$3.94 "tt. "** 1 r SONGS" OF THE ZOO—Sung by John and Lucy Allison. Y-309....... ....... 63c THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS —Narrator, Milton Cross, with Victor Salon orchestra. Y-9 ;. ,..90c WALT DISNEY'S DUMBO-^Record- ed from the sound track of the iilni. Ahbum D-101 .' $2.68 SOLVE YOUR GIFT PROBLEM IKE MUSICAL WAY GgVER.C. A, VSlCf OR RECORDS! Conveniently Located at 1610 Nineteenth Street Musical Chrisfsnas Store" S CalttorniaitWednesday, December IT, 1946 10 ELECTHC Lightweight! Portable! Efficient! Smart Two-Tone Case! Oilier Phonograph Values af Lane's ELECTRIC PHONOGRAPH (Without Case) ELECTRIC AUTOMATIC PHONOGRAPH . . (Plays Up to 12 Records) ' PORTABLE AUTOMATIC PHONOGRAPH . . (Plays Up to 12 Eecords) v ' ELECTRIC AUTOMATIC RECORD PLAYER . (Attaches to Any Badio) ALSO RADIO PHONOGRAPHS AS LOW AS . CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS $25.95 $50.85 $67.70 $39.95 $59.50 1813 J Chester 960 Baker Bakersfield 117 Third Avenue Next to Posl Office ARVIN LANE'S Are Official Watch Inspectors for Southern Pacific Railroad in Bakersfield i| 'Always Something New at URNER'S" SENSATIONAL HEW has joy stick control! Steer it like an airplane! Swing joy-slick- and zoom into a turn like a P-80 pilot! Young and old get a big thrill from skeetering. It's fast and smooth—Try it! Price $13.95 Other Suggestions for Boys * Work Bench * Tool Chest * Pool Table * Wheelbarrow * Wagon * Fire Truck * Gun and Holster * Bow and Arrow * Chemistry Set * Microscope Set * Windup Tractor , Beautiful Doll Land A MtOe girl's Christmas generally centers.around dolls and dolly accessories. That's -why Urner's have created Doll Land Be sure to visit this unique and novel display of dolls and oilier things, that has made "playing with dolls" the delight of little"girls for generations i 11 ^fc- untold. If in Doubt What to Give Them,.. Try Shopping at URNER'S DOWNTOWN 2006 Chester Avenue Telephone 7-7814 HOUSEWARES — GIFTS — TOYS RADIOS — APPLIANCES -.i

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