The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 12, 1946 · Page 9
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 9

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, December 12, 1946
Page 9
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i tfAOABDEN o!lo mck«t PRESERVES WHY • MARMALAOI • GRAPE JUICE ffl TVASHIXGTOX, Dec. ' 12. <UE>— The House postwar economic policy qomimttee said today there will be no depression' or recession i£ labor and management work together for high production. ^ "With Buying-, power and demand at record '"peaks, "There is .nothing wrong jwlth" tba country that hard work 'and .resultant production will not'cure-^-the committee's 10 Democrats, and-7 Republicans said in a, final and unanimous report to Congress, , , - - > Pessimism Unjustified 'Xooae talk of, depressions and business recessions "Js, unjustified and serves no good purpose," the report said. The .committee said that government must not be given full responsibility for economic stability and high employment because that "would be to accept totalitarianism— which we fought to prevent having imposed upon us." The group placed upon Congress the full blame for "the unsound pro- • visions embodied in surplus" property disposal legislation, and in ...great part "for the delays caused ( by' tlie priorities-^and • preferences -jjraiited under it."' - •]-_ . , - '>•>.<£ V-£'., '" To -speed up'.'eisposa?,''Tlf v fJ'ei;bm-' mended "sympathetic IXhelpt'V ; and "broad discretionary" latitude" ',,for. the .surplus property "aflmlfaistratpr.'- ,Wants' End oI v OPA^:i V •": . The committee :ir«cpnynSSeflr'tha"t OPA be allowed-to espfre-f January 31. The Presidents emergency powers t should^ end . March ' 31; - •• it said, subject to 'new' legislation "granting narrowly specified "powers to be determined by Congress." " - On other subjects the group, said: Public "works:. Plans should be con-, tinued in event of a business • recession and the $150,000.000 originally recommended for that purpose, should be provided. Taxes: A system .should-be developed which will provide heeded revenue and a fair distribution of the tax burden. '- ' ""•- : Trade .Barriers: " Trade barriers should be re'duced to' "assist greatly in the establishn£eiit»of^ ^peaceful woria oi-der" Snd 1 "Su6stiiute v ""econo-. triic co-operation*' for .economic' -warfare."' *."'"'?'- • " *", i *" Finance;- Send" saying and buying should be •*'>Tgorou|Jy 3 promoted" to counteract inflatiftnafy:" forces. • le Now lb Call'fanttan Thursday, December 12, 1945 9 _'-, Complete liquidation of : the emergency rubber' project for" this area was effected this week- with the withdrawal 'of Oliver 'W, Meyer, act- -ing district supervisor, who turned the local guayule mill over to the War Assets Administration. Hershey Thomas of the "vy r ar Assets Administration is in charge of the custodial office at the mill. APPLES: WOULD SAX FRUIT LARGE MARKET BOY "Pure White Soap" While Supply Lasts! MOBY SOAP i W %0iW i MEDIUM "Tiny Air Bubbles" Make It Float" Supply Limited! Buy a Box for the Holidays! •B Bl Mb • ^fe.u tr , _ - . ••* Washington Delicious WASHES WHITE, WITHOUT BLEACHING Pillsbury Snosheen Contains Nonabrasive Ingredients For use after working in garden or on the car! CAKE Ib, pkg, "Made Prom the Softest Variety of Wheat" SPERRY'S OORN MEAL 5!bs, 0 "Ground From the Finest Grade of Corn' BANNER MiLK 2 1 Tall Tins ... "A Rich Cream Equal in Weight to 2 Ibs. of Milk" Dei. Monte Grapefruit and Orange JUICE, .... No, 2 can "Pure Juice of the Two Fruits with Sugar Syrup" BRIARDALE PRUNE JUlGi, . „ "IVSade From Sweet Dried Prunes" SUGARY "A FINE SOAP FOR GENERAL HOUSEHOLD PURPOSES" _i FOR TWICE WEAR FROM FINE FABRICS IVORY fLAKES "THE FINEST QUALITY SOAP FLAKES YOUR MONEY CAN BUY" "This excellent neutral Soap is the finest for fine fabrics and dishwashing" V 'If WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LIMITED SUPPLY OF THE ABOVE SOAPS" » > 2£ size "Sweet Potatoes Graded in Size, Cooked In Steam" VAN CAMP'S 21 can 1.15 "KEEP HEALTHY" No. 2 Can 2 Ibs. 45 C LARGE GRADE A PORK AND BEANS Choice Hand-picked Beans in Tomato Sauce with - Pefk Added LIMITED SUPPLY HEINZ KET6HUP 14-oz. Made From Sun-Ripened Tomatoes with Cores and : " "-, Seeds Taken Out PINTO BEANS in Ne. 2 "Makes a Delicious Meal" C3H CAMPBELL'S SOUP doz. DEL MONTE COFFEE Blended Right I Roasted Right! Packed Right! Betty Crocker suggests: Chocolote Cake her new way! GOLD MEDAL QUALITY MEAT IB COMPANY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIAL AN EXCLUSIVE MEAT MARKET PORK LOIN ROASTS Pound Eastern BEEF or Half or Whole SWISS PORK STEAKS Pound 49 C PORK I SAUSAGE Pound Beef Shoulder ROAST Pound . . , , 1-Pound Carton Beef Rump. ROASTS Pound . . . . GROUND .BEEF Pound PRIME RIB Steaks or Roasts ib. , Corner of California and K Streets EAT WHOLESALE and RETAIL Phons8-85n OOP CITY—FOOD ClfY-^QObSciTY^-FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FQQO CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY t Whelden's Specials for , Thursday, J Friday, . Saturday, 12, 13 and - 14 BAtCERt ORDER Your Holiday ; j -FRUIT CAKE NOW GHRES and JACK QUALITY VEGETABLES SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY i WE HAVE WHAT WE ADVERTISE Large Oregon Russet • POTATOES l© Ibs .23 c GLAZED FRUITS 2-lb. $ji Package . * Utah Type CELERY Large Stalks „ ( Each 15c Hearts ...... 5c CRANBERRIES Pound 33 e Golden Ripe Bananas, Pitted Dates, A!I Kinds H6w Crop Huts, etc. _^-ii Liquor Oepartmeat WHISKEY . P. M. De LUXE . 4/5 Quart. . . . $3,47 Pint.... ... . $2,20 . BELLOWS -4/5 Quart.... $4.05 Pint $2.56 HUNTERS 4/5 Quart.... $4.26 HARWQOD CANADIAN 4/5 Quart . $6.16 Pint ....... $3.87 -, KAHLUA Coffee Liqueuer 4/5 Quart.... $6.05 -4/5 Pint. ; . -s : 53.O8 SHORTENENC FANCY DATES While Stock Lasts (Limit) 1-Pound Cello-Bag Center Cut Round Steak „. S3 Libby's or Del Monte PUMPKIN #% NO. 2-V *%«0c Fresh Pork NECK BONES No. 21 Cans Fresh PORK LIVER Extra Fancy Fancy Filet Sardines Spioed Peaehes Fine for Broiling or Frying Pound . . Large 2} Jar Ariz-Sweet Desert-Sweet or Del Monta Grapefruit Jissee HARLEQUife MIX Pound .... . 45c Supply is growing short . . . Better start that fruit cake now. » -» FINE QUALITY—WHOLElSEGMENTS RAPEFRIfIT or Liver Sausage P.ound .... . 4Sc Soft as Old Linen -Scott Tissue Limit 1 Fine totality Pimentos 39e JUST RECEIVED Large Shipment of LUTEHSH A Great Norwegian and Swedish Delicacy Pound ..... 4Sc FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY

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