The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 17, 1946 · Page 2
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Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, December 17, 1946
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£^371 ™ - I^STVS "l~ l 1 **-»«-—-^*aU«3>.«&«krt4». £?- •/-••• V?r? -'-tf' : '£ i• -•' Hv * ^^V"^v;^C' "£?,<•''^" ' Iff--.- A -r , - --•, y~- ~ : -\ • "- -if4K-.;.-'---- , '^.- -'• • -, -1. ' -' ~ ^ ^ t "; -2 Tuesday, December 17,1946 . g%^ SJa&nff«IJ> CaKfernfan ''*-'' 1 ?-'"^"""-""-"" "-~ - '- '""" '"•'"'"''' '"'"" »* J l S S ! s • £ a Seldom has any type of sweater attained the popularity now enjoyed by the Ski Sweater... and For some time they Jhave been plentiful. At the present times,we have a fine assortment in all sizes but we would advise early selection. ' Prices range from .... $ 8 50 ,o $ 10 95 HARRY COFFEE FRESNO *'. BAKE RSFI ELD -BOS.TON, Dec. 17;- (UPJ—The way to c preserve "".family life-in America is to "clean"'bui that disintegrated grouj>L-,6f/ people^.in; HoUjTvood,^ according-' to 'Professor Carie. C:' Zimmerman, "note'd- -Harvard /sociologist, i 1 Zimme,fmanj, i ',who'recently recommended^ abridgement .'of-citizenship rights' tor .'th'ose who faited". fa, marry at prescribed ages, said Monday at th& _old; South Church that r Hollywood's highly'publicized love affairs are a, detriment to "normal family life. J * - >' ' '•To understand Hollywood," he said, "you -have to realize that the ivJiole ot Southern California has a purely synthetic,/childless nopula- ti.-"c The people ~ are uneasy, 'don't hi v*e- any children and-are com- jl lately, " . V*'Qn«,pt tlie -first things, that will have'to»be done to 'control the family 'system 'is/to, dean" cut that disintegrated ^ ^ of ^people in Hollywood and say to i them: ",'IfNyou want to do something-, do it, -hot -don't put it in the newspapers'." '.Zimmerman told the Boston Congregational-club that Emperor Augustus-of^Home dealt with a similar class of- society by forbidding its members to .participate in "dignified marriage" and denying them redress in the courts ,, for unfaithfulness. , / WHISKY RATIONING ENDS LANSING, Mich., Dec. 17. (ff>— The Michigan liau.or 'control commission announced Monday because of assured- supplies rationing of all blanded American whiskies will end Wednesday But" continue on imported , whiskies.*- ~, ' • Hou^Cdmmittee Asks Permanent ^ ST AL PEE B?WM D " MtFtoXf^jJiriate Intelligence ""WASHrNGTON, Dec. 17.-" <UPJ—(-war and na\T and a personal fepre- The House military affairs committee today called, for creation.of a permanent authority, to.» co-ordinate ,all government "intelligence &acUvl- -ties^and insure .this nation^ against sneak attack. .' ""?-»' -In-a formal report warning that the "first-line-'of defense," the' committee recommended {hat Congress give legislative sanction to the Kational Intelligence Authority, set, up 'by ^presidential directive January 22,' 1946." ' - =~ For Independent Role • J sentative of the President. It is assisted by a central intelligence! group headed by a director appointed by the, President. Directs Agencies T,i,e committee stressed that the autiiority does not and 'should not 'fw.-form any of the actual work of gathering intelligence. Its function is restricted to directing and co-or- dinating the work of the several intelligence agencies already in existence. The committee also suggested tha.t MEMPHIS, Teun., Dec. IT. UP) The "government is geeflng rid of its red tape—at 28 cents a rolH The War Assets Administration advertised among the sur- plns items for sale: "Seventy-six rolls tape, red, eellulose.-tinused. 28 cents." "There is no denying now' that we tthe army study the possibilities of must have sound intelligence and an i setting up a permanent intelligence efficient and effective intelligence' corps of. "especially qualified, offi- heaviest fighting of the Civil T\ar Chinese Reds Planning Big Counterattack NANKING, Dec. 17. (UPJ—The service that is entirely American in every respect to get it for us M*we in-tend to continue to-play an-independent role in the affairs of the world/ 1 the committee said. * > • ~ The National Intelligence -"Authority established by the President is cers." The report recommended that the director of ,the central intelligence group be. a. civilian who could be "less subject to the control or criticism of any military establishment/' This, it said, is "m keeping -with composed>-of the secretaries' of -.state, j American tradition: CALF PARTAKES OE COSTLY SNACK . BIG SfRING, Texas,,Dec: 17. UP)— A calf helped -himself to a $700 meal by swallowing the purse of O. D. Smith, ",-- Porsan, Tesas, druggist. -' ."" «: Smith retrieved ^335 in checks from the calf's mouth, but during the 21& hours before the .animal was kiUe'd. it digested" all - tie rest except $140 in curreneey and- checks. . WANT EXTRA MONEY for CHRISTMAS? Borrow .from $50 tip . ,-» 6 to 15 months to repay! Anglo Bank Persona/ Loans cost only $6 per year per $100 borrowed—that's all, no extras _,, (Less" than half of what most loan companies charge for ' ' similarloans.) SaVe time/, too! Immediate action, no red tape. You can even apply by phone. Just ask for the Personal Loon Man, , BAKERSFIELD Chester Avennt at Eighteenth Street Baker and Jackson Streets •Mti Wml !*•« tawnn ««?m*t Billions in Claims Bring Dispute TVASHINGTOX, foec. 17. OIE)—A controversy Involving an estimated $6,000,000,000 in wages appeared certain today of bringing congressional efforts to limit liability of employers under the federal wage-hour act. At issue Is the length of time that workers should be allowed «to file suits to claim overtime Bunder the act. The labor department favors a three-year limitation, but it is not yet certain whether President Truman will submit this specific recommendation to the new Congress. Industry unsuccessfully sought a one- year limit tn the last Congress and is expected to try again. The new controversy resulted from a Supreme Court decision last June in the Mount Clemens, Mich., Pottery Company case. The court ruled that workers were entitled to pay for "walking time" from the moment they entered upon company property, and for "make ready" activities preparing for work. In. a request for a rehearing, the Michigan Manufacturers' Association estimated that the liability of all employers might total $6,000,000,000 if the ruling stood. The court refused the request and 140 C. I. O. and A. F. L. unions have begun hundreds of suits to collect wages for changing clothes, setting up jobs and walking time. centered today in North Kiangsu province with the Communists deploying for a counterattack on Ten- cheng, recently taken by the Na tionaiists. Hie government trooops unofficially were" said to have entered Iiienshui, a city 38 miles west of Funing. . Tha newspaper. Ta Kang Pao claimed the Communists "were mass ing 200,000 men on the Kiangsu Shantung border and 50,000 red troops™,/ere Hearing Paiyangnangan, 10 miles northeast of Yencheng. Heavy fighting was reported at Hsingchang, 7 miles northwest of Tencheng. The paper Hsin Min Pao reported fires-were* raging inside JJiensui as the Nationalists entered the city's south gate. It said there was heavy artillery fire inside the city. The Central Dally. News added that the situation at Llensui was "obscure." Meanwhile government troops were said-to have mopped up Communists in Chientsi, but new fighting had broken out at Hitsi, 15 miles west of Shuyang. Another N«tion.- alist column was reported crossing the Grand canal to occupy Paihsien, 50 miles northeast of Hsuchow. Award $479,000«pOO for U. S. Roads ••ADVERTISEMENT How To Relieve Bronchitis CreomuMon relieves promptly Se- eause it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, in- named bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of CreomulaioH with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. forCouens, Chest Colds, Bronchitis 101 MAN'S CHRISTMAS TO ILET El E S Cologne. /. 4-oz. . . . 1,50 4-oz., . . 50 and 2.50 . Dressing. Grooming essentials of fine quality and strictly masculine character featuring a brisk, clean scent selected by a large jury of men for men. Handsome wood-capped bottles with full color reproductions of sports paintings by famous American artists. FRESNO AND fiAK££SFi£lD LOS ANGELES, Dec. 17. CSV- Despite postwar shortages* of materials and labor the states of the union were able to award highway construction contracts totaling $479,000,000 the first 11 months of 1946, M. J. Hoffmann, president of the American Association of State Highway officials, said today. Hoffmann, in an address prepared For delivery at the opening session today of the association's thirty-second annual convention, said this total was for projects Involving federal funds or federal and state funiis on a 50-50 basis. "This amount of work constitutes a good start, but from the standpoint of highway needs, it admittedly is only a start towards rehabilitation of our highway system," declared Hoffman, commissioner of highways of Minnesota. *^Sti** W»& - ONW 40 BEIXHY DAWSON, T. T., Dec. 17. UP)— Schools were open af?ain today after the weather moderated back up to only 40 below. Last week the mercury dropped to an official 61 degrees below zero and an unofficial ( 70 degrees below._. Old-timers called it the coldest in 20 years. The two schools closed. Social gathering's were cancelled. ' UIR7IR PHONE 2-639! Large Shipment HARDWOOD Just Received 'Q OFF We Handle Eastern Made FURNITURE When You Buy from Us You Buy the Best Riverview Furniture Co. 145 North Chester in Riverview On« of the Smallest, Independently Owned Furniture Stores West of .Chicago with Highest Quality Merchandise W. E, CROCKER J. x. BOl'D Phone 3-3153, Bakersfield, California If you're short of cash and haven't finished your shopping the best RO- lutiem may b« to see "Personal," the company that like* to say TES to loan requests—no matter how sroaH.the amount ($25, JoO, $500 or more?' nor how quickly" it's needed. We don't jvaste time in deciding to make the'loan—it's TES 4 times out of 5. Loans made on salary only, auto, truck or furniture. Outsiders not Involved. Everybody welcome—men and women, married or single. Come in or phone—today. FINANCE CO. Room 340 Sill Buitdihg 1508 Eighteenth Street Underline Big Coca-Cola Sign Phone 6-6595 WALT VERHAAG, Manager FOR Powerful Heavy Duty Vacuum Twenty time* more efficient than W'dinary machine. Attachments for rags, upholstery, drapes, walls, Venetian blinds, floor furnaces. Phorta 3-0143 Renovating—Re-Seeding Fertilizing—New -Lawns Cai! 2-4594 CARL SUNDSTRON!

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