The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 16, 1946 · Page 2
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Bowl, Toilet Soap;' ; •' . : - •- • / A" *> . - • : _ - '•---'..' *:•;•-•**' - _ - I i. ^ * • H '. - •' •' . *L . •- - . *' --' ' .!__'_.- • *. r . - - - • •- - -- ~ --r — ^r* — -m,,^ - ^ - ^ p —. «^ ^.* ^_ ' »" Jt *- X_ »•* ^^i 4 A ^ ^_• « • A 1 *l ^^y^? 1 .?:"^;?^^ . ti ,. ,. ;r ^husband.:-:Charles;i>final meeting, said he : believed -v^he^Xexr Tini.p.s wud..that .-finding : --- - ; . ,•,.-!.. acceptable decisions is more lengthy aiul;difficult than .forcing- the .will of sbraek powers on other countries. -Biit:at ; -the saine time when a policy ol dictation may only;\indermine the -foundations of international co-ap.er- atmh.ihe practice of joint decjsion of communistic •'• in [mlGompany r. viola ted the tMiss- v Cra^ordftnc';acti^ ^.';'-." ';• L - '' ~ ""- , ' '''•'.''-" ' * ""1 " ' ' * '+'- -' '~~ $ -.' '^- * ,~'-& '. '. ', '• " ' ^ * ' V ' . ' •. ' - " - " ' a^defeni^^fs^e^stv^Oifthei: ^T^ AT l ^m;V:;aa^Mide ; Bfete^p^^^ .1 ' »' b,' *" ' l'" ' " , L r jl -» r . . -^ "--l'...'_ .' - .- . ^^^^ ^f '' ^W • * » » .-...: i"*• — * •• l _ -' - - , - - J ± M I ^lL '"' C»" r: - •'•-i^^X'^" ^"T- --^'^.V^nVV.-: ^VC-^. -,~ "• •;; ; ^Ii^ : : : vMclxay^^^ 1 - * , - - • . ,. ^^ ' . • of Accord ; sale^t^^tSck^f^^n^^ claredr ^'•••^:^ : v :-';,: : 'f//^-v'-;;" /;• ;;" : -^-'-' r disarmament ^ot-^TB 1 ^ - *r" - _ j_ » J '.- • TT* r - -:•'*_*- - L r.' - • . •» V ; v - - - - --_ ' •' - . . ' , Vi rti* rty**-* t*nn f- - '^- "\^"K H*l- : * U «-..:* ^--^^ i._L_ -^ ' L _- i J . • - _ - ;\/\;^v>linteniational/questions ;is the only V : ; • S possitiieRmethod of;; strengthening this Co-bpefiiUon. ::-- ':-jhfsi-:: : prac'tIcc demands .definite SiicrlCices .; from all participants. ever^sideVhas to abandon certain de- eontinueU From Pace One , -; ' inands Jfor -its maximum ..program :;jneetings T more than 350 committee -anclVoncentvate .its efforts on -\vorU- inia; /iascj rneetings:, and the hours o£ bickering- j ih£/out/: certain minimum •. programs r t:;;w^s.advj^nd; speech-niaklng 1 which produced >vhich : are acceptable to its part! - a «*«t-,t-i.:.^._:.--...:.v ..-.-. ., .-. ...- . ner.^irr the. negotiations.'-.; h a course demands. inspect ^itijjeo -actresis ahd\stu-i f h ^ To a fleet and r l ^ its men Half a,century ago, petroleum, •when it traveled by sea, went in barrels like codfish'. A "barrel" of oil was a definite package as well as'a unit of measure. But in 1900 we -acquired the first steel tanker to come out of a Pacific Coast shipyard and the second in America, the 692-ton "George Loonris" 5 , That in'nova- c^ lion started something! ««K%UMI : i«eActress ana, SLU-. jv score of decisive: achievements iri- ; rsonnel-as :wrtuess^L ; she:;;de--, eluding the first steps toward world ' ' - " ."., ' ' ' -' - .'- ''''-'-' ".->.•••'- ' ' i' - ": '-.' -- * - • - \*'.'il - _ . ' . - '' V ' , • - - -,.'••'.*-/the start of a "trustee- 1 og-ram for 15.oOD.OQO depend\ _ ' '* - . V-* - J r-.^* JT ' ": r - * .. , .: *nd: electric ,:: currents ,v Svere; ;: shot the Market gtreetRai hy ay Com pan p^^Sa^^'aricU^^ f ^^ T ' i ^^ ^^ ^^^ . ^~ i of : the viewpoint ot".;Otht)r^ and the inierests^of others anS demands a meet iain arren/R. . l away his v Uh a of put ' MORE OUANGE TREES AKGELES, Dec. I*!. (/P>—• ia.has a new record of i-'O,- OOO.OQO branjre trees, says a survey" i ; eleased by is>wbic h ^ere^hot claim ed : by VI) as^en g£rs. ^ The;^liJ ,preme--C6ijrt : hkd ; ;dir6ctecirt . . ' ' ,.'.-^ --" h - • - "j -L" '''--••'- '^ - " : " • ' ' ''• '- fc " r ' - '- *, l ±'--.-"~ i -i ",-•-- , ; to :the r n ii^ - tjj u* jr - r * --^-^--, —.- ...v" » - — F « *.-^ * -,*.fc*rfjfc fcM,^ ^ i Soney j-: f ereci from'yg^%i|i^im^>;B^_^ :on the first step of a slubal disarma- *?- • IndonesianvJs ^ac^^certain^p^^^ - It, askecl; -?lOO,00q:;;f;:^neral;o:arid deatfe^ifcO^^ar^;depprted 'TT»* I+- n U;-K :* C*4-'f\ 4- ^.rt"> * ^ -'.-T« *»-*•:":":*''•' ^ - - •' -.---- -''- . .' .. .1 oi*r*Ar 'TX^'i t*-l m*/^j^i t j-*X*« .-*-i& *'t^ ^- «^ Ai-f^ em- mient program " and the signs'^, that' the;; United Kti^tes, the Soviet 'Union" and Britain have broken throuerh : the ^m wh'icli : has _ H. • Jerry ; -^ Today our tanker fleet, exist* ing or almost completed, consists of 14 ships of from 5,000 to 18.000tons; of motor barpes, harbor tugs, launches, and ona floalins; machine shop.. s O * ' Last year Standard of California lankers logged almost a million miles, and carried furidameittaliist^cult; b- . rl--. r - - '--. *r J r. - J ', ^ ^ ""- L h . ^ 'R • •!-• T - , • . ^w. _j .',^:^ ISM • - h - • ' -- --. - % F_ ~ . • ^ * f _ '* - --, - V * f' •*' • ' J F - ' F.jTf . -* i, Urged f6?Bririg Itfenis -•. ,-x,rf- <•-,-•• -- ,..--,- —-v , —**' - .. . •-. '--'•'•—— - — • V • • XJ-, ~ ^-*»*_ . »-**M- fc** 1^ .- 1^-lJ^J b^« AA^^ ', bU . *J\^ _ f- f r ^ ^_ __ i _ I '^I.LIH^ f ^ _ _ ( _all .perfectly---legal', v It^Ava^arraiiffed through a doctor. "XVe went there after we. visited; Los; ; Angele*j*County Rations. . General Hospital. /Raymond ilassey, who plays "opposite Aliss : ^Crawford, in the party." ;.! - V": . eJoake.d: their, 'relations iu ihe i; 15 - : •months since ^V-J Bay.' . :•; : ;.^' : /.,'.Tlie fi^st test of the Soviet-Amori-. cah-English accord on the baslc^fea- ' ^ -• "" T ;tures^ of ;:disarmHment wUl ,cpme_ .within a fe\y weeks in the,."TJ.-;'.y2?v security-council, where the Bigr^FI've' .powers and .the .six smaller, nation*; on the, council plan to set off. to; a :prompt,stai't of arms-scrapping nego- A i_ ' - •• i * i -I - rdc aims r !^ •• • h ••' - - /J. • * r- -- .v ; - 1,. J r". h -. J: •''.:\-.^.'':^:^-:^;;^^^^^^ :;.'••'^-•: : #-x"\:?;f: 1 -:4^^ ^^^...-../-••-^'iv-^^'v^:^^^ W^:,;.-.v'.,.' : ,;v : ;'-' : ;-:'-^: : :.,. ; -i.:^~-: -. • . -• .••••'.';.-. r .. ; '• .•:. •- ••- .. .• -'-'•: ' •' - .-->-••!.••- :'- :•- .-.- " •- • *'.•••- ^--,•',"•:. .-•.•;- ".. •!-..•.-••• .-.•:• •'"•:':*•/: ;; -.-^ ":•'••••'.,' <.'\' : ^^---*--^^:'^- "••••*:-'.--*-z"-'' f ; >>.>> pVi 'C^-^r.-. L . : .-.-~ "V ' •-' '• - -. " - ' : - » .-•--',. r . ^ • --.--'.'- ' '- -' '.- '" .'----. :.• ' ' '- ' - -^ '-'-'-'.•-' \---~ -'',' " :*' V ' : /..'- : '.-2-.' ••- . - -^ .-.--•. . .' :•:.'-'-.:•: -•:.'• ;.\;i^''^-^-^^ ::^\ : ,:.^-&^-^:s^^ - • . • '- - * "'—-!. •-.'" ~ K'.-r. . /-'',' .*''--• •- •.--—'.-.•** - -.- '-.-.'. '--.----' <•-',' - - , - ;ht ; ; ; ; of - : ;v. the'•-, TJnipn; : . ; announced^a<^meeting >: of the organ i- j ^tion-7^tv;Tuesday^at 1:30 p; nx.' at S " Le^^jtl : Baptisf'GhUrch.-;\.v : ^ ;.-';•'•:.- : "':r Mertnl3erSj::ai"e.4; a^sk<ed toi brin g" ] git ts : r^tfi.e '^^b^T^^Ji^itiQme^ at -^Eagie iCfcan^^Irs^Ai^fiU^lijg;^ -.':'^;:-v'-: ContmuedfFrom .Pag?^One. :;v ; ; ,ef^fr,uj*^ '••"^-^ ^p^iesV;a%i;;^oney;:a^ ;co.mmittee^ajjd/" ; " ii' contractor (J: :a : iso jt^stified' that Taade k -^750;: »fcharitable.::dpna- ;tibn" "tovthe ^Jiaiiiper^ •Orbv^Church" ":•-, ;Ne-\vfpn also tolcl • of a; $1200 i loaii to ^ilbp;: He said he- ; did ; ;jibtV J >i n tendV tovcpllect, the- iribriey^but itliat^ilbb ; it as : a gift^ arid paid ; i .•'..•• ..^ ,..',_, . . *- . 1 V \ \ d Potato Tests et for Dec. 27-28 - .The state department of agricul-- L ture has notified, growers, shippers and ..handlers of certified seed po.ta^ toes throughput: the state of the first; test: plot;field days in connection Avith .. sample, planting's ;near Oceanside to be held December 27-2.8. .Purpose .of; the field day inspections, as .reported by United Press, : is to enapMe. state officials, gi*owers, shippers and handlers to examine .the £ro\vihg\ vines produced from saiaiples. taken from certified seed potato acreage harvested in Caljfor- ..nia this i'all for viinis dLsease-s, : I. _ r- ^- I ' *' •-. .,1 *• 31.337,949 barrels of petroleum products—enough to fill the "George Loomis" 4.800 times. The men who run those ships . are as fine a lot of seamen as you can find in the business. . Every ordinary or* able-bodied seaman, every 'wiper or oiler in * the engine room knows thai he may be a mate, a master or a chief engineer some da'y. Seven- •tly-five per cent of the officers ""started their sea careers with Standard of California in those humbler jobs. The skippers have been with us 16 to 27 years, the chief engineers 12'to HO years. . Some of those tankers cost more than $3,000,000 to build, carry a §750,000 cargo. They're among the'best-built ships in the world, and their record for safety rfnd dispatch is really something. They can load' and unload so fast that they are almost always, at sea, "floating pipe lines" carrying oil and its products to and from the refineries and distributing" points by day and by night. Listen to "The Standard Hour'' Sunday evenings, how at 8:30 over N.B.C. Stations. STANDARD OF CALIFORNIA He; said ; that Edward "••=TeriTv:-';.B{^; bo's -former Uf;ecretary;= ''asked •"": lor -moneVV^^^cticaHy-^eve^/'tiriier.'.the'- '"-' " c : ' ' .. ' - ~ '••''•--•-,.--.„'•-.-,, '.'/'•-.'< \ - - -\' anV.;:Kewtott>aId:"^ wanted the^^moriey ibrVald: in%ettlhg; war contracts;.- His Yeltiiiiony; about Terry: 'y j("-"-XOc«yW-yr"'' ' :V--,--' ' "^." :.•-..-< --• '1 . _, f- -, • * «.-^'_^' --Vf *Lf j - - . - - • ^ ' . - . •s&fg&&$fct,<J?f.,; •• ..•_;. .•-.-.-;-.-.- -.-;;••.•.--. '-. : Terry, who.^ lias •: hy; th& committee, :>aid-" : '3ast;^yefe"k-'"' receiyed; arionynVoiis;vtelephone lie j said: iri Mississippi "today Jha.^ Ke would ^arrive v.he^e:vU r ednesdv'.X - ; -.'-. A D VERTISE3IEXT More Comfort Wearing Is ; a ; , pleasant way t6:overc6me loose plate -discomfort. • FASTEETH, an improved i.ciowder, -sprinkled : on upper and lower plates holds; them f i rmer so that they feel more com fort- able. No gurnmy, ; gooey, pasty taste or feeling-. It's alkaline (nonVacid); -Does not Ebur. Checks"plate"6aoi*" (denture breath); : Get FA STEETBTtbday-^t an GRCfeERS drujr store. fai merit .i-— - L - '' ^'. r , -.-•- V r " -" ' v ' "'-''.' -'"•!•* -. '".,"" ' ,=-'* I- : '<-v- *-•-''' ^ '"- ^ -- --P -.-•*' L 'C "- - : L| .--iV'r. -;..'' . ^ i-;. . ..-,- " --*:>: :; •. .. <\, •-<-•• •..-'."•.'-.•• :,;,.•• \. . ' MERCHANTS

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