The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 12, 1946 · Page 10
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SPECIALIZES IN Loans From $2§ to $10,000 * Visit Our' New Office at 14£0 Eighteenth St. Telephone 2-4966 , MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE i OF BACKACHES - Thin Old Treatment Often Brings Happy Relief MfiBy BnffererB reHeva n&ggfag; baeJtflcSa <m!ckly,once they discover that the real causa of their trouble may te tired kidneys. The kidneys are Nature's chief way of tai! Jig theeicess acids andwasteoutof the blood. Iheyhelpmost people pBESnboutSpintaaday. When disorder of kidney function permits Jjoisonoos matter to remain in your blood, it mar cause nagging backache/ rheumaHo pains, leg pains, loss of pep and energy, getting up nights, Btfelling, puffinesa under the eyes, headaches and dizziness. Frequent or scanty passages frith smarting and burning sometimes shows there ia something wrong Jrith your kidneys or bladder. Don't wait! Ask your druggist for Doan's ?i!ls, a stimulant diuretic, used successfully by millions for over 40 years, Doan's "ive happy relief and will help the 15 miles ox kidney tabes flush out poisonous waste from your blood. Get Doan's fills. When looks count, get the Mufti bottle, clean those spots! Mufti gives you not 1, but 4 tested cleaning ingredients ..'. cleans so many spots from so many fabrics—in a jiffy! MUFTI SPOT® MENp'BapK-EHV.CROCKERY- , Appointment , ,,.^ 'Miss Dorothy •Mary .Bitner, merchandising instructor at BaKersfieWHighrSchopl, and Junior position of "director of fersontiel -ajad training .for , the4 MJtfi&Jlijr'**'"- ' Company^ ,was annouai<5ect"Cl Malcolm Brock, -storefpresii "•Miss Bitner'wIltiasMiaief.nfe^n%ir jposition^at tne "ri"***?"***'^**?^£**^~a*z& Semester,- Her high school ,and. juntor* ,, ties having- been accepted"" bjKV'the district ; board of 't—*"~ i ••'--'•»-=•" evening. :• - ' * .Creation of thefi_ ,,_ i .__.^. v ., personnel and- training dlrector.JwiJl enable the store-to provide" a,--continuous .program , of In-service train- Miss Dorothy M. Bitner, ing for employes and executives,- in order to foster the best" 1 possible store-customer relations, Mr. Brock stated. The move is -in line with the spirit" of the Greater, Bakersfield expansion movement, it was pointed out, with the in-service training program designed,to result in the best possible service to customers of the •well-known local department store. Attended Local Schools Miss Bitner is well known to the community, A product of the local schools, she earned-her A. B. and M. A. degrees at the University of California, following which she served for six years as a department manager and buyer at Alberts, Inc., department store in San Rafael." She then was employed as a long-time substitute teacher at Bakei-flfield High School and later became a regular member of its faculty, and, at the close of the qjirrent semester she will have concluded nearly 10 years as an Instructor at the institution. In 1939 Miss Bitner began teaching merchandising, a field in .which she •"has won national as well -as state recognition. She is state president of the Distributive Education Association, and will leave shortly- to participate on the program.of the National Business Teachers Association convention to be held the latter jart of December In -Chicago. Miss 3Itner Incorporated In her merchandising teaching program a co-opera- NIGHT COII6HS ADVERTISEMENT CHILIRIM:_ FROM When coughing spasms ofcolds aj»_ _ so alarming, Penetro brings comfort and encourages restful sleep. PENETROSRUB tive " type;- of ' -r- . "S ^educational endeavor wnereby"';.her •-project ^classes - spent parti of, 'thelrj time 1 in „• the classroom ~ ' ofjthem ,to, \obtabrvi! 'mehtr In; downtown!^their graduation it junior 'college.'^ i students have-been JimJited"tb rsehfors or' junior college,'students.? iHe ' critical shortage '-"* "during "the'war years students were of j>ajrticular',help, not only in stores, but' ; as assisfantvai the, ration; headquarters 'andt-'otHer similar war .volunteer?agencies? •• ;;'• ' ,,-A dk-ecforrln'the"jocal j Community Ohest'as -well as ; ther,newJy-brganized Toungr "Women's ^ Christian A'ssocia- tion and chairmanS'bf Its 'personnel section. Miss -Bitner- is_ also chairman of the' education- sectloji of ,the Business and Professional.« Women's Club, 'Is active in the Kern' County Tuberculosis and -Health Association, serves as vice-president of the local Campf ire-Council, is a'director In the local Soroptimist Club, and is an honorary member of 'Beta "Sigma 3?hi, the Cosmetologists; group, and the Credit-Women's organization. - Lancasfer^MeitRned in Yule Tree Case .Herbert A. -Miller "and Edward Miller, both of, Lancaster, were fined $10 each, given 30, days "Suspended sentences and placed'on two- year probation . by .-Judge Ardis Walker' of Kernville on'charges that removed,-illegally 21" "Christ- trees from Greenhorn moun- ' The complaint against the .Millers, was signed by Allen Sheldon, fire control assistant of the. Greenhorn district, Sequoia National Forest. they mas" tain. Priv#e;Highly;Poid *' ' - ., ^' ** -, * i "; onetime .lH-paIc|p>aefc t J>rivale - -flas^snt Income in excess -of -"ithaif" enjoyed -by^TiaK of the families of 'the country,' a survey 'recently madeTBy tHe" aimy disclosed "today; <-' \ Jjt , •. __" • • , • * v Lieutenant M: C," Arthur, lo'cal recruiting 'officer, ''Jin discussing' the 1 survey, sai4 that" cash remuneration of $75 , a l -month, which the private ^receives Is only a- small fraction of his actual income. Hidden pay in the 'form of free food, clothing, 'lodging, dental and medical care boost his weekly pay- to the equivalent of 540 t a week,- or,? a;- total of $2080 "a year. rj ~~ f '''^ ^ ! '"If the army retirement plan -were calculated -,the figure would be much-'Jiigher, the 'recruiter noted. After 30 years' • service a first sergeant retires at ?1S5 a month. A civilian would have to pay $1200 a year for 30 years for a similar retirement income.- - _, Ex-Sailors Offered Commission Chance Opportunities for ex-enlisted naval men to qualify for commissions in the naval reserve ,were announced today by Lieutenant-Commander Norman C. Harris-in this city. Commander Harris said the naval reserve has been authorized to procure officers selected from certain higfely qualified ex-enlisted men. The program was established to take care of individuals who ..through lack of service or of opportunity were never,eligible for advancement to commissioned rank. Applicants must join the reserve for inactive duty, must be between the ages of 19 and 30, have two years of college work or its equalivalent, and have, served in the navy, coast guard, naval reserve, or coast guard reserve during World War II. Commander Harris Third street Is located at 1012 51 COYOTES TRAPPED Two California fish and game department trappers caught 61 coyotes and 4 bobcats in Kern county during the month, of October. The trappers are G. -Couch of Kernville and H. Martin of Breckenridge. Adttrliummt Rom -where I sit... Joe Marsh A Grand American Tradition The Cuppers had a .grand old family, reunion last week—for the first time since the war. •" Big and little Cuppers came, by car. and train, from as far, west as Nebraska and as far east as Vermont They crowded Dee.,and Jane's house,: set up quarters in* the barns, or stopped'with neighbors—and a jollier gathering you couldn't have imagined !• I was asked to their final Saturday night supper, when they sang old songs, drank beer and cider, reminisced. Dark Clippers and blonde ones—Vermont accents and Alabama drawls—doctors and farmers ... all with their differences of taste and. politics, yet astfose and harmonious in spirit as a group could be. Prom where I sit, it's a great American tradition—not just family reunions, but'the ability to get along as one harmonious family, regardless of differences of taste— wheSier it's taste for politics or farming, beer or cider. Copyright; 1946; United States Bremen Foundation AN IDEAL. FAMILY GIFT... A home gift to cheer the hearts of the whole family. This attractive platform rocker is sturdily biult, nicely finished, has handsome, durable cover fabric and above all is really a Rocker of Comfort. It is a fine value and an ideal Christmas Gift . . . Now priced at only ONLY $1.25 WEEKLY Use Our Handy Layaway Plan A CIFT OF LUXURIOUS COMFORT **" r t - « A platform rocker of distinctive design and fine quality. .Is built t for exceptional cdmfort and smart appearance. A beautiful Christmas Gift for the home-,to thrill the entire family. Finely tailored throughout and '' covered with lovely, colorful fabrics. .Truly"a rare value at only ; Eighteenth and H Streets Phone 8-8541 1028 Baker Street, East Bakersfield , phone 4-4981 ' _ _ •»-- 518 Center Street, Taft—Phonle 96 fii ^"_" - - - T . 1 I™*' V ' -S' 1 ,~ Any man—HO matter'bow extensive his wardrobe—can always use an extra-jacket. The-boater ~ is the answer, to your'problem and that • "of-the head man on year gift list; ••-.,.:,Jor,y«n;.,a loafer jacket solves the ;~rMole of-"wnat to give?"'and for the giftee, 4t -answers .his '"What'II • I wear?" query. Loafers are right for - evenings out, quiet nights at home and' spectator sportswear. .,' They've that^air of casual good grooming a man values. And after you've filled your gift list you might buy one-of these, for yourself. Smartly styled loafer jackets, with .tweed backs and arms, plain fronts. In small, medium, and large sizes these are available in brown, blue anil tan at only $19.95 'i i SPORT SHIRTS Men feel-and look sharp in sport shirts. Here you'll find a wide range of sizes, colors and styles in all-fabrics, including: heavy all-wool models. And they're priced from $3.95 Gifts for al! the men on your list can he found at Weill's Glen's Store. Slacks are always a popular item, Mire to bring a wide grin from a man on Christmas morning.- Sports shirts, too, are perfwt for Christinas giving, and-Weill's Men's Store has them in large supply. Complete his leisure-time outfit with the gift of a fine wool sweater. Here you'll find all sizes) all styles and all priced within your means. JACKETS Why not a fine water-repellent, wind-resistant poplin jacket? They range in size from 34 to 44 and are priced at $4.98 Sweaters Cammart sweaters. All- \vool, long sleeved, in. dark brown, camel, maize and light green. These are priced from $8,95 SLACKS Here's a gift to please—all-wool gabardine slacks with zipper flys, pleated fronts. These are iri the popular forest green color and come in sizes 29 through 42, They're only $14.95 All-wool, heavy tropical •worsted slacks ... Same color, style and sizes as ^bove. Are selling now for $12.95 MUFFLERS You'll find just the right one her£ We have them in wool and rayon ... in patterns, checks aiid solid colors.: Priced from $2.15 GLOVES Fine cape leather gloves, lined and unlined. Here's a gift lie's sure to need. They're priced from $4.30 BILLFOLDS Top quality leather billfolds are a favorite Christmas standby. Ours are made by Swank nnd Wales. from $3.95 TIES Plenty of cravats. Wools, rayons nnd some of pure silk. Triced feem $1. Socks are always welcomed and we've socks to suit every taste, Jn wool and mercerized cotton. Priced BELTS astd BEHCES Another yule favorite. We have them In quantity and quality. Belts in western and dress styles, braces nnd suspenders sure • to please. ' from $1.§0 WEIL!/; MEN'S STORE 1315 nineteenth Street '00° Latest Editions of THE in a New, Finer Stonecutter Crepe Just arrived — and they're absolutely irresistible with their* lovely lace details and faultless / :tailoring. The fabric's a dream, too*-* it's a^ newer, finer Stonecutter crepe that washes like cotton, looks like a luxurious "dry cleanable" fabric.. PRICE 57.00-58.00 AS ADVERTISED IN: MADEMOfSELLE GLAMOUR CHASM Opens oat fiat, cuts laundering time to precious few minute*. > ".., with the Stonecutter label OOi SPORTSWEAR — MAIN FLOOR

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