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

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, December 13, 1946
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Mrs; Alice Offutt,- .. Hospital, •with^thlEct,', degree received 1 ?when her5 clohin . '^ '' ,—-„—.,,«—., «^JEayT^treet.' ; '&rMrs. 0raham,"r -who •'•aavea* Ker "mofhe^s- life by,'beating mit,£the fflames with her ^bare hands, "'is'-now 1 almost, entirely*-recovered -from^painful hand burns., " - % >-,~ ~ . ~\ - Mrs. Offutt is thfr-'mbther also of Mrs. Sylvester , Welles :• of" -Bakersfield attd of-irrs.~rMary«Abbott *of Lake Tahde aiutMrsr : Eeula;h HcKee of Des Koines,'lowa^ former. Bakersfield "-residents.-. Stie^Iso.'hag other daughters, and the^-lamily received wide reeogm'tion^a.-few-.'years.agOibi. .circle'srof United-JDaaghters otftMi Confederacy, when' all, 1 entered '"the organization at one time." "'..„.- - MSI CHRISTMAS >NEWARK, N: J., Ddc. 13; GB— . , Three-year-old Barbara Hoth, crit- •Ijically ill of-cancer,'"played today » | with-her. toys- that , Santa- brought . f her '13 'days ahe'a'd of Christinas— K j unaware,that the forthcoming Christ- f ^ 1__ _• ^ T^*B: " De fo (5f tHe higgest questions the-new Con- S?SgS,fSn.HSfcriuisS'-lr-' nexf-Cvoai- -' 4« ^/"^v^jY- \-'. f i •«-•— *%"?*# f «"5t- Taxes or the $260.000,000.000 j^HMalSslibt? In the background^ tile'-fact interest payments alone.on-"the debt amount to \$5,000,000,000" a .'year a sum greater than the government's average annual take, from "all revenues i in -pre-war, years.-That J *Joses a' lot of questions. Two Camps > rr-v.Tr;tT£^t3-*« :<J !rJ <1 " 1 S sharply into two camps. - -•»• 'One-demands that, by all means cut down-the debt "by every dollar possible- .during: ,tfip flush "postwar era. "Otherwise; this group says a- recession at some later day may play havoc. The other says cut taxes. Its nembers contend the budget can be salanced next year/ some payment made' on the debt—and -taxes reduced besides. 'Moreover, a cut in all tax col The .. [committee, in , tltm -victory m i- -GENERAUELECTRIC ARVIN • COMFORTAIRE •THERMADOR f "FffiAN ... for the Musical Member of Your Family! ODIN— Beauty Range tax rates'-nflisilit'even ln^i%ks« over- nil +av nnlttiZll-SsLn.*, ."*T.!C_ _ififl1_ * argues. * Two .giant front burners and two regular back burners ciirome plated, 10-incK centers. Burners and grates cov- , ered by folding lift cover carrying Odin's patented • Cooking Chart. •* Aircraft construction. IS-gage front, back and base frame •welded into one complete chassis of accuracies and - precisions. * New and'greatly improved Odin oven thennos'lkf. * Complete Johns-Manville Rock Wool Insulation. Complete With Lamp RADIOS *Philco * General Electric /Bendix * Hoffman Table Models Portables Record Players Combinations Choose., a gift .instrument now from our selegt stoc^ of used and brand new 1947 model accordions. Imported accordions 'by famous''Italian makers. Prices are from $75.00 to $58570,0. " X i i ' " ' " ^ -EASY TERMS " i Arranged to Please YOU! 1610 Nineteenth Street DANCING NIGHTLY Continuous Music From 8 o'clock DINNERS SUPERB Southern Fried Chicken Pit Barbecue . Barbecued Steaks Open DaHy at 5 P. M. We Cater to Private Parties FRENCH VILLAGE OnReal Road Between Chester, Lane and Brundage Lane •Toasters • Table Lamps « Bathroom Scales • Electric Boasterettes • Pressure Cookers • Electric Clocks • Electric Coffee Makers • Flashlights » Floor Furnaces, 50,000 B. T. U, 191i "Sire" Street jPhone 5-5829 ILTROVATORE Cafe and Gbcktii) Lonitze 920 Twentieth Street FEATURING ITALIAN DINNERS • Private Binwit Roomj DINING ROWVS Open Dally 4 P. r M.:Ti!M*1,P. M. COCKTAIL LOUNGE; Sundays fo Noon till ~11~ P. M,. Open dail^ 4 P. M. till Midr^oht Julius and Susie Anton NOW AT BEARDSLEY Tuesday, 'December 17 Located on'Old-Fresno Highway ."Admission $? Plus Tax Cvmce Every ••'Saturday Night SEflKOSLEY DflKCE PlViliOi _ •• . "Wln-i r. They All Go for Fun" .-.: Bea? dsley Dance Orchestra Admission 74c, FtderalTax 'Dancing 9 to I steering \ November U electing, called for "a -^-uctfon.'acrois the .,- v, - -n^J"- 111 income taxes." , ? X ^Encourages Business The committee-thumbed back Into history anj^said, it found: - "That,'»fsoc v ra~tes can be cut 'and greater government revennes reaped is a fact proved by experience of the Republicans through the 1920s when tax rates, were reduced four tiraeffe and government revenues were so increased by encouraged-ousiness- and commerce that the national debt'was reduced 36.5 per cent—at the rate of practically a billion dollars per year for" 10 years." Chairman Cannon (D-5Io.) of the -House appropriations committee questions the ability of-the Republicans to slash taxes and mage sizeable payments on. the debt. Cannon wants • Congress to stipulate by law that the're can be no tax cuts until $5,00»,«00,000 is paid each year on the government's obli-T gallons. ' j Most members of Congress expect ' President Truman, in his January message to the Republican Congress" to take a firm position against tax slashes until a substantial cut is made in the debt. Gamp Fire Girls Will Sponsor Rummage Sale Veterans Agency Men Speak on Broadcasts Camp Rre Girls will hold a rummage saJe "Saturday at 9 a. m. at I Hears' Lumber, yard, 2137 Edison f The firs t 0 C ^ series of regular in charge are ! Thursday night radio programs over »T_~ t-vt_ »T"_ 1 _! V _ . _- QSSfate Mrs. Phyllis DeJLaney is iSe-'sjJtjardian and Kopa Nuta srpup, of Killer ia the~ 'guardian. Mrs. Charles A%AD FOG —••%-.. . __r VA i MU^UJ Jt» A*i*JLF f W " LOXDOX, Dec!^||tffC-One of the worst fogs in a generation disrupted transportation throughout England today after a zero-visibility night in which creeping buses and trains -had to be guided by flares. A 7000-ton British tanker, the Empire Kinsman, the fog-cloaked ran aground In Straits of Dover. Ration KERN sponsored by the local office* of the Veterans' Administration was heard last night from 8:30 to 8:45 p. m. with James Alexander, Jr., chief - of the local vocational guidance center and Mrs.!, fid-ward Barney, contact representative, discussing many questions of interest to veterans and their dependents. E. C. Bryant, manager of the local T.-A. office, said today the programs' will be continued on the same day and at the same time until ' further notice. Chef Sam Lorenzi Is Back Again at BASQUE HOTEL Formerly Marie's Place 631 East Twenty-first Street OPEN DAILY EXCEPT MONDAY 11 A. M. UNTIL MIDNIGHT ^ FRANK MAITIA,. PROPRIETOR HORSES FASTER • BOSTON*. Dec. 13. GB—Horse i drawn fire engines got to fires in f Boston's busineff district faster than present motorized equipment Fire Commissioner Russell S.. Codman! says. Congested traffic nulifies the' speed of high-powered fire trucks he explained. Doors Open 6:15 Tonight Tomorrow 1 P.. M. NOW SHOWING. DAN DURYEA ELLA RAINES 'WILLIAM BENDIX HELEN LOVEGREEiT SOUTHERN KITCHEN "The Place for Your Dinner Party" NO CHUNGE IN PRICES Broiled Thick Juicy Steaks Southern Fried Chicken Baked Virginia Ham All the Hot Biscuits mid Honey yon Ctui Eat Delicious Homemade Pies Served With Whipped Cream 604 Chester Avenue Phone 3-1371 \VHJTK CO-HIT Chap. IS, "Hop Harfigan"" Also Chap, f, "Scarlet Horseman" CARTOON • NEWS' Doors Open 6:15 Tonight Tomorrow 1 P. MV NOW SHOWING EDDIE DEAN Star'of Stage, Screen and Radio and featured with such performers as Judy Canova, Gene Autry and others. HERE TON86HT With Ode!! Johnson and His Rhythm Ranch Pals 2 Miles South on Highway 99 NOW—Doors Open at 8:30 Tomorrow at 1:30 AND— KEN CURTIS • JEFF POMMEL! Chap, 4, "Scarlet Horseman" CARTOON NEWS Rhone 46 Box Office Opens 6:15. Tomorrow 1:30 P. M. n i i ii i i 11 i n Where You Get the Best for Less HANKS 2611 Edison Highway Phone 3-1540 Announce the Opening of Their New FBENCH DINING ROOM Specializing in French Family | Style Dinners : Call Us About Our Sportsmen's Feeds (I'oii furnish the game or fish, • we furnish the dinner) , MAKE YOUR NEW YEAR'S EVE RESERVATIONS NOW • •»»•••»«•«•..«.....„,,..... CONTINUOUS DAILY DOORS OPEN 12 NOON LAST DAY— ' "MAGNIFICENT 0OLL" "BLONDiE KNOWS BEST" Starts Tomorrow! RETURff OF TWO GREAT HITS By Public Request IN IN Bengal Lanesr " Where Old Friends Meet and Xew Frlendabips Are: Made on Stine .Road —. V* Mile South •=5W of Brundago Lane FLORENCE BAYLES and HER ORCHESTRA Modern Dancing— No Jitterbug«— Admission 62c, Plus Tax Patrons Must Be Respectably Dressed— Dancing 9 Until 1 Chapter IS, "Hop Harrigan" CARTOON Just Received Shipment of LOBSTERS Broiled Witli Plenty of Drawii Butter SHRIMP a la Kewburg Soup, Salad, Relish, Brink and Dessert Included Big Baked Potato or French Fried S2.DQ Steafas, Choftg, Chicken Ham Steaks and PRDIE RIBS OF £EEF Prepared b.v Fred Olague "The Chef Supreme" COLONIAL INN 700 Union Avenue Phone 2-9651 • "Watch for the Big New Sign" r#*?*«+*M**M 2O MORE DAYS and Then "THE RAZOR'S EDGE" •*'- '•'•f~.-m'^ML^m^'-''-f^^'''' -• - ** .-_fl^^»^B^F^BB^^Bpf: HEY, KIDS! TOMORROW 11:30 A. M. SPECIAL KiDEHE SHOW With COMEDIES—CARTOONS "SON OF'A GUARDSMAN" and Buster Crabbe, Al St. John in the Full Length Action Packed "STAGECOACH OUTLAWS" Plus Our Regular Short Subjects SECTION I, R. D. 11935 INC. Presents CLAUDE HECK Authorized Speaker ELLIOTT HALL 1107. N. Chester, Oildaie FRIDAY DEC, 13, 8 P. m, ADMISSION 50e Inc. Tax DANCING Every Saturday Night GWYNNE SLACK and His Orchestra IN DOWNTOWN BAKERSPIELD . General Admission 75c Inciodtoj Federal and City Taxes Dancing 9 to 1 NOTE! "Open City" Will NOT Be Shown at the Kiddie Matinee! Regular Program!, "SELDOM APPROACHED BY HOLLWOOD" "A FINE, POWER. FUL DRAMA"— DAILY NEWS PLUS—feXTRA DELIGHTS "GOLDEN SIPPERS" "CAT FISHES"" "NO HELP WANTED" ww»»«^ MAKE OUR LOUNGE I Ymir Rendezvous -jf I! "The Meeting; Place j| of Good Fellows" I La Siesta Lounge i * 624 East Nineteenth ' Choicest of Liquors Friday and Saturday Warner. Baxter and June Lang J • JANE WITHERS "Golden Hoofs" Claries (Buddy) Rogers Plus Edgar Kennedy Comedy "MOTOR MANIACS" Color-Cartson "Lyin' Mouse" HAVE YOUR HAM and BACON CURED and SMOKED Oildaie Frosted Food Locker Co. 217 Roberts Lane Phone 2-7S66 Friday and Saturday Open Daily at 12 Noon CHARLES COBURN JOAN BENNETT in "COL. £FF!NGHAM'S RAID" Charles "Galloping Thunder" Chap. 7, "Crimson Ghost" CARTOON NEWS mum Kid Matinee Tomorrow "Deyll Baf s Daughter" "Stranger From Santa,Fe" Dos't Forget Kiddie Matinee Tomorrow at 11 in the Morning Serial « Comedies » Fun NOW .._ JUNE LOCKHART "She Wolf of London"' ALL-STAR CAST "Frontier Outlaws"

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