The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 17, 1946 · Page 18
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'"'' ' ±i -•"'-•• "'-•"• "''•-••: -'- • '-••'•'•» "-••• : :• j'•'• -^ v *'--'-'L.'"iV i ••' ;ih^; task ; ;Qi outlawing war and rqqucing the ^riii^;of: theAw ^apons>of destruction. . : v; i " ''*.-''- *•:'- ."-'••-. v -/;- ~ - -• L '' ''. - - - -. '. -' ' - " . ' - .- . ' ' .- • ''",;"', t-" L -. : ' the next six months the asseriibly J. '• r — ^- . - ~ ^ .^" '_& |. A .|.'.- ^m* * \ - - •- -?n^ffi^UMtepSfit||;|_. ^th'e-'Wimdng^m^ the receiit coal ;strike mizeits s tps •- r - non 4. r' I ;eas . ^ - •were-- shutdown if the coal s ',...• rail 1 • ' • r- " goods; tf? -its bwii , r, .^.V- » T ,'^-V. 11 ^ ^ .. - - - *i, ^ .- L i •/ J H / ^g°o I -J' > r x J ih- h IIS •n - c> Session to approve 6f '-*'-.-- :. -St.-- .'- : '- •• .^.'-.-.^^ •----. '-'•-) •-•* - .-.^ as planned vby early '. •--*-, . • - : - -- ".- ^** • -'-^ - -,-.•- ~ L - against, n ,- , *J -• ,. r^ - - ' -.- 'i -J . . ^ ••' ,', ^ - '• • -^ r •• .p , - . arms council in detail; That •-• ' '. \*. . "-•• ' --'-''. ' '-/ - •".-.'-.; is the: task of the n /- - •.-' - -- -• ism a waslfiirther; accentuated by -' . . - i^ ' ' I » L | . ~ •* » 1 '' ^ - ' I '• - . - ' - • • ', . •>* _ • . . - --, JM:±~ > -. - - - !•%- - ^ "i - - •••-..• • -•-.-< . . - — . I "**' tJNIFIEb ^ j ,">-• '-*':. r- - '- " - ' - ' :. J ^ , . -:\ -j--' ' --- -----s- -. - .-^1 . -' '_•- - --_-'-i-. , .'. . - .<-, *.. t. r . i .:_ - •-.. r l v^ I - b , f \vestern powers arid Soviet"us- " - ' '. * ' '-*; - \' - '" '' - - -i • , '' - • • ' '^'-~ - ' ' '• - ' '' ^- ' '" '•' - " r • '*• •-' : '-''•' ' ' " "'" L '-'" -' com-i K . —* * purpose arid in ter n ational proposals of disarmament and the *,-, \,• j,..,• • - -- -.". •-,-'••. - -.-'-",' .'•,.'''.*'*.--''*.-'• biiflawmg of; idesfriictive new ^weapons than ted States is •- - \ ' . > v . ' -.-. "'-:,.;'. ;- -• and Navy ion a over;any; other subject .of major significance lits'Jitwo months* session. • — .-•—' - wa^;significant too that our own Secretary Byrnes gave specific information as. ; to ' ~-m- ' ~ - ^^ ~ ~ " *. - ^^ ~ ~— ' I ' '-, L " " ^***^ -.' - • - ?^ ~ - ' L' I r '"•-••-.- ' ~ '-:- ' ~ ' ^^;d^Qsitibn;pf : Ajnerican; postwar Iroops, [ however^ : : '"-wMth- ; ;V;;was : -;l : riqt- : : iorinaton ^^^^ ~ ' either Russia or England, but feel piat-41^ the Tcroiid jiope f or better in _- '»" ^ n >• ^^ I^J * ^JP -' L .-i- T ' ^ -- - -^- '-^ feoiiditiohs; ^ill hkve some fulfill- ^ ---. ,-• •• - ..- command in the operation frorn; Gefmam •*• " '-• - - • '^ ••'-.'•', ' - -' - .'-'<•--.- .v ranean tcv th^^ar East.^ - v ': r .. .....-. ' L its lerms^ •: ffie of the from has actually been made-and • - . -1 .'"'-- . . " '. " _"• - -" * -' " ' : , . "- . " l§^liansen out ^of a cdhclaye not^<d for and including i. . ', i " ' ' . ' 'CJ ~ dated islands. ;The ihe' : ---iPadflc^Eie6t;i-,wiii[) : -.•••- -.''-- ''•"-.•',' '.• - .--- *' man 'I- . u -. '' '+ r - -i'-- •t. - L t r i.- ' * • L- •i--.:.-. - r.n. :-::--. • •-, -'v ; * ;• ? '-.. .,*,. 1-.^ "t i - : i ~- • i L- - f "-»!•' '- > V - * ;il '-. '••• » h V - -I n" -"j - -; .'t. k , hj •' 1 V 1 ' , 1, r'" • 1'- rl - *S_.-i' J . L :early; £ Economists -the • foreffatlierihg ri ^ : Jn:-a;'>basemerit. confer- en^e^roonl^irr the-ioloV state ;depart- di£Hcult-to;;get . 12?;e^npnnsts;^tp asree/orivSLnjrthing, but ', this - ;bunch.;} hasj- been \ : surprised: setting ; Beteenformal; sessions ;they bone^p-^iot; tha : ;next meeting; br go :and;indust:rial or- bther ; government :>'fiiid ^out where .they think- the country is and where .it's '• -'•'.-••<-<.-•.: :\-\ -- -••••'-. -.--. ' **• - .".•-•...- -.'•-- •' J crrvirif>- '-" '-''-~-^: :'--', .^ i,;^-':.-:-- -, ^ * BQinS- : ^ L - ; , - .; :*<-:'•-•-" - '": '• "j_i " - ^'n - "' • the- 12^ a name ; ; y.et, ^ >bufc .together they cons ci- • tute v -wHat>3nighl; -be ; known as the Presierit's- ecpnpmiC;/,;bain: trust, ''''' controversial :-^eU?,v.emplqyinent act of ;\ I946^vl Nearly >i all • of vthera; were L*S v at orife; time or anotheri though;:they don't ; ; like to have-that nx f ^^* \' - ' j-l ' •. m ..- -,'|\T. t -' -l ._ . mm ' • - '' 4 - • " ' .' '•'w - ' "-* .. ~ - ™ - T n s- - -- KrTniP*nt" -nr^ - --"^ .>•-•' -• Jr ' ' - - •- - ; • : ' UlUUsHL UP. ,.-' \ .< ., :,-., : - f . , rV L s : .. • • '- • ° •-.:-.- . * ' '^ .. -• V, ' . -".-'. -'.--" -• '-' - • , , ,':-,: ' L . -;i /Three ;of- ;them •constitute; the :President's,Council 5 of /Economic Advisers. - ' • • . -1- Chairman : G.^N6iirse; s: an a^iculturat eco^onu^V:and forhier Brobkings^ IristituUbn'iOfficial; -.-: John • '.•- --'j :..-,>• ** - * •'--'• -• -^--^-•'..-•-:-:- / .-'-•.... -• ^- _ J -. J . . i -car ot~ Ghenne.: is former d of College: of/Business., _ -• *•" .j. .- s- ---. ' rf ormer^; Stanclard" ijOU^bffijCl^^^Bpp'k'es-; rinan ; 'On-;prb1biem^ro]C. L ;the">v.e3t.'* rT Id. ^^* J _ L ^ ^ - ^m ^. l * 4.L ' b ^ J ol" '• South -.-jGitroli h a -- ''.-_^ - ---- . • • r. _ dom^.1;f^m^iy4rioy_%V.3obs. : '. as counsel to ; goyernment^housing agencies and as v secre taryJ :;t6 , Senatbr . Wagn er -nr>ti«->tvi'fl'. ^T^J^W Deal's early labor, I-''"-L *^ ^. ing}the: : 'goyernnient •; Wi1iin*^e;vnext group wilt complete; w6rk; ; "oh> ttiree; r: s important jnake -First ••'hbiisekifepiag^'re-, pdrt;to ;the; President;; It:;will; give for: the fitst time an rbffi^iai .:inter- i j b ^ ^ i ^ _ -1 ' . •• -n - • pretation of thts^employmerit.act and tell what .the/council f eels : it):can to carry out r the orders' ^frdm i,Cori' - •• ''••-•- •• pdwer' * " ;; prodxictibn: .:' .and : pur|chasing under ; free competitive ;en- - -'- ' -* - " '• -- -"• " Second document on which; the ;i2 economists '."are^ at ivork "is':'s-; council report to the : President on present ^ - _ - . . - --- - * ..... economic trends and: what it; recommends shbul d be done; 16; reniedy any; that may be going 'the;^vrong ;; way. •This will probably ".i not ; be - niade : public. . It;will;' dent t - however, as ;the -basis-for rhis economic report to the; ;;.Cp^ This will be a new message : r;;bn: a level ,witli ,tbe y Presidents 7:annual State of the Union ^: message>"ai\d his budget inessagre tb'each It is the rom ,eso - ">--';. - -, itorruari 1935) Leftists Revolt Brewing: Over Cuba. aim ; Chang Is Ready to Free Chianj Mail for Duke Growin ,' i/ New s p t'By PAH!/ MALLON) ^ ; ,Dec.; 1?.—fc „ my;; points wbicti • were these; (a) The Nathan survey advo- 'cating; another 25 per cent wage increase was hired by G. I. O.'s Phil Murray to; promote propaganda for • r - r •. » Heavy; 6000 Letters Each Day Eulogizing Romantic Renunciation.: "William Holter-"\ras elected master for Panama Grange for the new j - • "- - - L ^ ~' .. year.-.-..- ..;"•.;' • •-• . ".. • -.•••; .?. Dick "Vanderleii president for Phi fraternity, will lead the march Saturday night for the chapter's annual formal Christmas bail. •: Konalfl Hutchings, , 10-year-old Bakersfield school boy, is the owner of the junior yearling steer, winning; first place in the 4-H club division 'and;'grand'champion in the. junior 'division at the Great Western Liye Stock Show in'Los Angeles. - r : h ^ sesson adiseai to assist'^ the President irijfthefprepara- tion; of this third importantT.dpcu- -naentlV. '"X-' ; ;""N' : ~^r'^\^-Q':&^'^-^ -- When the/economic report Congress, it newv joint committee on .the/epoiipmic report; iriade; up of;; seiyenf ^etisitbfs; ;ando.: seyea cbngressmen4^prpbably housing; and: sOcml:,security; legisla- tiias Vbeni^wrritten. • ^ ' I v -;The' : "'.eight-Veconomists who - make - * . • i - *•• , . ' ~ L i i * • up the staff Represent a similar Abroad ••»_ '- T-***^.^*! ' ' - •- - - •- ' ^ •-" •' - ' • ----'- - -..- - • - range ;of ;backgrouna. rX5erhard :eolin:^wasi\born and^ edu- • i i-^_ ^' : .' - - .. .: ': 7 - ' '•: -'-' ' ••-..- , •- -. ;'- • . . - . - has-'been. r a* --H- -* 1 •' . '"'I* 1 ! ' --*' -• r * ** -' Ohio is likely chairman. udget -bureau economist since natu- " i-alzsLtin; -iil> : alter an economist; with ,OPA, stabili^ vi^d^'pr'iO^^^PPwfep!:. ageheies duriig tl^^CEtrl; Shoup is ail Stead ;is a ;forriier .St; Louis: -Fje'deral .{Reserve :Officfai;and an authority on - _ ^"^_ T.-"J^' ~ " f ^f ' Xonld ;:H. Walace is r;:Sta.tIstics; ^official ; who riiadei one , first pce coii- "' -' ' '' "' •"'"'' '•" ,troi;.studies •> befbnp ; the war and -.---"• ^ •'--•..--. i. -.:--^-•"- i -. - - - '" • - '- ' •""" " branch :OPA offi- ren:-was^ a i^Fed^ ,. . .--^-, -- --'.. v-.- '* scene •;o . ,-::-"•-": ^ VT .•'-•>* >:..-—--• gs, iatefna- MBOR PROSPECT mas _ _-j era! v Reserve ^economist ==and'-. --r*. ^ f -I over corn iMf idi^ Si for a review of iie coii temp t f _A^ l_i iv ^ I X-*'^J|H L X l x — '^^ broadened _ fes SupremeiCoiirt ttt"grantiiigia - ' "L ,' ' •'- -., , * ^ , ~ - ,• V I.""- . .-"' . -'-*- •- - • ,'- ' ^^ -• '-, ' ' -' '-', ' • vfflHie 6as^ to Ire heard oh January 14. yiS9™M&i^^ } r - „ . - - >*•*•' .- -• anese: area -and J— '* -'«! •• - T\ ---- •*»'"-•- : -/"- ; ,->-- - '-^.^-,' -. .-: ^.,, ds inTthe^acific ; ateasy:Gerierai; ^•xii.i-i-ii-i'^'-iir^j.^.^^-'A^^^ ?. xvill embrace the Jap- v- -•;-. . 't •^-'•V : :;;.:.-v'-:.i'v>..v' :i j^,, -.,.,-;- •-.•'>,'.< r .v ;York ^nyestmeht^house, Frederick mist ; ;frmn i;;Is ^ ;anvfagripultural , econo- a analyst adviserr to •- • . - .- >. '*.• S ,, iiie's^raii'd -I •,. " - - - -• .-•.,. have •* are •-- J O j. OP* : v • o&Staff;^ . • -. _ • '- r.' • - *.-- i • - ^ Ghamber^of « Gomrii er ce. Bertram i ? : !;^tsSistanty;:to --.."the ^ chairman /until;, February • :;tp\:. co'isider -!; tle President's report. ; ; The ."; comnlittee will then write a ; report '--of: Its ^pwii, referring -various recommendations I ?~ I . * - 1-, b j ^ ' n 'j B to proper committees; of. the Cdn^ tigress, accepting or rejecting; the President's • recommendatioris as : it ..chooses:, : ;•-•".. -.'•=.•-"}.: '•""v^^^::: : / :: '.':-'p; i: The relationship of the:; joint; committee to the ; council of economic advisers has yet; to be worked Tout, but there will probably'tieisohi^ close liaison. "At any rkte y t he- job of the Congress %ill then b;e/tp pass; such iegislatiori as its sees fit to promote the aforementioned "maximum; employment, production and purchasing p6wer." ; .:;.:• v.':j : •:•"• ';.".;'•' -*-."••'.:• '-i-'X^;';":- ' / :- : ^: , .In outline, '-this .procedure \\ Is; .really something^ revolutionary in,; govern- iti'ent. It marks recognition; by Gon- - ^ h .gress^ that prosperity can> : be •$ continued "witn'qu'tVcycles Of^ .-the -right",: s'teps',-*are V"taken.r..-Tt marks the; j end of haphazard gbyern- ment. The tax^bill is now- to: be si^ered in- its :relati6nship^ to ^tariffy appropriations; public "^ works - and :other : . government^ ^dprpgranis/ instead of each^being considered: sepa- out •rately; remains, to be. shown.' TWENTY YEARS AGO .(Tbe California!!, this date, 1326) .: n r ^ ^Mussolini in ah interview today r . J- _ | - 4 r with a correspondent of the Associated r Press, said : "I have always wanted to -visit America. A people wliiCh built rapidly with its- own, .hands such • colossal .fortuneis and formidable power, could not fail to; attract me strongly." : finance news . agency ih c; today reported receiving private Japanese advices telling of the death of Emperor Yoshihito. ; ',:;Lilli;Lehmann r great opera singer; now 71, is teaching a few adyanced •music: students, some of them Americans * at her home In a suburb ,of ;Berliri. • '"-." •• ' • ''••'' ' ' '• .•..•''"-.•: -••. ; : ; Ray ; Bailey f district attorney-elect, lias'named three members of his •ne^r. •' staff, 'They include: Joseph ;Math;erly of Los. Angeles, W. McGinn: and John Heard. cainpaign in autos r and steel, although^ the radio and some newspaper? accounts, termed it an indisputable figure survey which Mur- ray;h#d "accepted"; (b) the^sursrey j ~ . L L .. covered every business project but ribt alone" the pertinent ones of .. •. ' - - * autos and;;steel which are the two j i j biggest/; basic industries and have been in bad shape; (c) Nathan proposed to hold business profits to a prewar level, -while costs and wages have gone upJn inflation since then, and industry cannot continue to. exist in isolation on a prewar dollar , level; (d) the; promise of no price increases was l:he same the G. I. O. made in^ its losing 120-day strike on-I or slow down.'or production Is accomplished, ' • I know also I cannot buy a Cadillac like John Lewis in less than a year (salesmen promise it t>ien and agree it may be longer), so obviously G.-M. does not know what Us production will be, and only by production can it sell cars and earn money, being in tlat business. wanted me to do A a; year ago although there have been three' auto price increases' at least to consumers so far that'I know of; (e) C. I. O. is leading the unions into irreparable damage because the man If 'anyone. and B on G.-M., I would start off by seeing Mr. Murray, not the company.: United States Steel sales were reported to stockholders ad--, being 1 ' reduced about a third from last year (first nine months). In 1945 they were $1,367,000,000 and in 1046 wero $1,015,000,000. But unlike G.-M. ( steel has made up for its loss of sales by reducing: expenditures from §652.000,000 to $505,000,000 (college economists please note how Messrs, Murray and Nathan have reduced the income of their workers, even after wage increases by not getting United States Steel into full production and keeping it there.) United States Steel buying of products and services was similarly re- era on any kind of salary has already i duced from $010,000,000 to $40,OOO t OC> found-he .cannot keep up with an 1 (with loss of that business for .are -forced ever higher and higher, ! others): even depreciation was cut and (f) such/a campaign "is so'poorly and "state taxes were cut from $30,/grounded, in economy it. is apt to 000,000 to $27,000,000 with loss of lead Murray; to the fate of John Lewis.; . •: •,:; -, •- " '...'• '-'• I promised today to: offer truly pertinent .statistics which were in- of United States Steel income per conspicuously announced to stock- share beini? .reduced after one-third revenue to the states, and federal tax payments dropped from $2S,000,- 000 down to m,000,000. So instead holders by United States Steel, and General Motors, and here they are: 1 i •-. •• _*i_ ' m ->-v Net • :sale^. of General Motors fell ; .more ; than half from last year. The . - . . * .first'nine*.months of 1945 : sales were HIRTY YEARS AGO s Califomian. ibis date, ISlri) ';: At President Wilson's direction,; a nation-wide- ..investigation of High prices is being waged. ,: Mark S. Armstrong today donated $100 ; in ' behalf of a fund for ; a Y. M. :'Cv A. in Bakersfield. Mrs. Francis Packard and her son. reduction in dollar volume of sales, during this inflationary period, these were actually increased from ?2.S5 last year to §4.45 this year. My eagle eye does not detect from $2,603;,000,000 and in 1946 $1,114,000,- the statements that either company 00.0. General Motors reports to stock-j increased Us reserves or added to net worth, but both suifered reductions of same in this period, although steel bought a couple of mi.st; classes please note), because western plants, (The stock market is a .citation ^ from which false deductions may; be.;drawn, (you college econo- •last'-year - was a bad^-ear for production, beirig the earliest period of • - . i *• shows all this.) Now, as I say, maybe it will not reconversion to peace—and prices; require a college class in economics arrived'- Saturday from ke ley/ where the young man is a "student in the University .of California have; actually been increased three to figure out that Messrs. Murray times in many car lines ^since then. I and Nathan have just about as weak So General Mmors sales are half a case as they could get and are ' as much; as a-^perio'cl sustained by actually advocating the wrong- thing 1 [ government contract buying for war, for the welfare of their own union land-corporate usage of accumulated and its men. The men need work tax- revenues for reconversion. (All'and"" production and a stable fccou- figures cover,.three quarters). . I omy. If these are forthcoming: there . ,•-..., i«.~« Net ihcofrie of General Motors is! would be good profits next year. If Mrs. Packard-spent the last .semes- shown On it s annual statement to! the union demanded a share in prof- ter m.the north.^ , - , be. $14,012,^.0." for the first nine its after the profits are made, theh ., :; Mr. and Mrs, George Prenjo and^ monthg of 1946 which is about 10 ?"--c'. '-;;:;.-.•? -. v .•--•'- ,,-U -,i;':V:.-'i.~~; <:&;\ v.j : ;. •.."..--.-...- ••.' «4iSaiii-^i(-t^Wph ? l wits^usfe of :cbui? t ,--\:',^ .;;..x^v --J : ^"' ^ '-f"-•'--•------.'.- - -'•:-' ^--'-: • . L -^'." -' -" '--'.- ~---':~m..- '-*, -- . ''' :: -. rr\f -.. ''T - JJ 1 "-''_L! : The labor • - . - ••- -. • -i - Armv; _-+ f ,.— -. •. - •** L - Ai^riy -• in - * ;By;^RS^]^^OEn^O^ • .'.-VAV.e fsaw your husband lit' a picture : last night,'* they wrote; ;"ano' glad : you • married^ such a .,. ! belle wiir-file\tliat^suit" for••: divorce tlie agauisriyronefPower .while; in the -are >yery : . glad-you i^ ' ;""'^, '"-''- ',-^^"- : ,T ; '.-.? '•- -^ --""'-- :'• -•»-,' ^ '- ' „- •. -:. • tafPTltpd ^IflTliRT : East ^i:;Hadio'a -new corned v ind.: w,f eiiLeu PKHIIBI... thfeir son, George, will leave Sunday for Porterville-to; spend Christmas' with, relatives, • 'Employes of. the telephone company wili"receiye a: Christmas bonus. .; -_., '-.;-" .-, • , » '._'• ._ — •• v - ' . .-..•• FORTY YEARS AGO -?• V ' (The Califonnan, this .date, 3906) ..» ^Colonel Spellacy/ who .has been negotiating with the Standard Oil Company for a pipe line to Midway, expresses some doubt as to whether .the project, will -go through. :. Woman's Club of Bakersfield held a. hl-jinks" today in" their, clubhouse. Kb one w^s admitted who was not .costumed. especially for the occasion; .President Roosevelt- in a special ^message to the Senate and House today made a strong plea for the" 'Japanese. .-•'• ', -Sheriff J. W. Kelly is in San Diego •^' •-'- ^ »v •- j * _ . A ^A»v is were; \ L ' f —— ^ T^ • J T" ' iio •ii-i-^j .—"-. "f ^ ^ t^mMuMiMm- l^f porgaj^Umahe hi^film : -v;^;^r^^;;.:-: : ^p ; -u-' : ' : --''' '--^^-- 1 4ebut/lor^producer -Jules/Levy /.>, ^;^;Cntofie in-Euro- Marv Brian -is under -£ doctor's; care pean or * • i -"-r- eaniconim t - '„- r ^> l ' - :?* ;- immmmim^^mm^m^ ^•>-''J- >r- - ' »• shortly. I " ' . f. - L - -I -- ' are as they do the L .- . • ' V •- • " . •* • .. .- • •/-:-••'.• ' *•: niling of the^ • -;-.-• O ., -' - - 1 _ - ,- -- THE GAMBIJERl •-. -f '- --• i • -.1- after coUapsirigv following the final 7curtaiii-of: "MaifyN^Had a :L,ittle'^ iitt ' '- **- "'- - " Newark. Her understudy;; replaced v • - -'-- ',' .-. . '" • ' • . : ' - - '^. '"'••- :-'-.- ' . - ': j il- '• '"" :llfir. ••'"'- ' ' ;: --'•- " -" -'""'---'v ' ;- -'• : -' -•--'• ' -'•'-•• ' '** Vrf* 9 .-'--' •-,-.'-.,'. ^. *' - ' . '" • - - - f v;;The;Andy;;Hardy|iseries ; is..ce;i^ ;ing:its^6th;at^iver;sar^^ '^. ; -'t^|r.e : .- i wiii-'.\pr'6babiy' .. -H-& -' _ '-' "*-^ -. . . -.J^** , -' l- ^ ^ ' I first: bobby soxer,and came" away a- disillusioned man.. >..'.':-y.'.;'..-'•'/• '•\V';;•• .;•-:•''/ She gotj his autograph .while : gar t beahied cheerfully .then giggled: ^^ - - ' - ' - - • '-'.'.- .'.- v 7"^ ^ 7^ T^ "I didn't want your autography, Mr. Bogart—-it's.for my grandmother;" : 'l . ces - * -' - ••* +-\ • -" -• • •:~:^*32 •'•\''. ---v^^v; "• L J » • -M I - I , 1 . I " -Jr ". on ?laBor reMtions; aiid^ltiH 1 ''- • _ -i.. on. ..' .Yl ' ' - i -- ' - . * . -. is in; a yes ter- mm>rmmtiMmm$mm£mm - - If n *•'- •?•»- -. -*-y W:QI .- v - •-•-•• * - - - V ,• - I - m- ;• i. .f- a proposal i . ... *• . ,,*-: •-• ,*.; •*-"-', v ask Congress to perrrii t ^^^i^^lini^^^^s^;;;;.: eii &^toolate^ resptjnse frpm-Ile- i ^ • , •; r-^>"v,rv:--\-^"-:^T ' J '•'-/", " -.-VL-O •'-''-- »— ~- -*•--'» •--•'- •"-*; --,9- - •'- '- :-|».f * ii:^?i^'-:':^'±^&Jl\L^ C\T \ \ - I .. » < ' f -- .\"'.' .-' - ,' V ' 'ta - - '^ ', .--• - -" ' - .- -• ', ' , '» h sports,; wprl d^a^rocked _^ . v '-*•'•-. :- - ;- ••:- ''.- .'-,---'• ^.- - ,:<iv".*. :. ----- -•• .. gSn^asseit^tiedlStterripft e^^^m^^'^^'"^.^ i -^ y- M£. ^2-^^eris^Bind^llic^United 'States^ (^Jnanii3( *^&&#-.ff$.&^^^^ •*' •'$•''::':•:•'• |;®g;;ip5^:-^j:|;^ r - gairi %-7 . ..- -,. - t- x:oim spprfi :"^' >.i i .. Wltll thiigs -. -"^. H-: O . r-,>.„, : -•> "' « "i- ' • - aties -> mean • •-:- V.::-. action l .1 sowm comes > "' •'•-: -.- I pepfieh _. i • be v ? a ;'!Andy: -.Ifjlrdy ^Becomes ian ;W «*,\. -'-• .- \t- • :T'-. i --v-^.yu-. '.*." ,i^% ! - '•- V- '-v:-*,,* IcTIi Grandpa:*^ ^; ; ;v^^ ^erle-Obertdn will ^-tr : ' v-^ ' . ----:' -'- o. ' throb con- If it is Tlie angel trend is on in Hollywood. Frank'-Capra's^at's'ai^W^riderful ' Life"' has Henry Gravers as a.giiard- ' ' - : •- There^s; a -picture /titled: Ar chan gel > • Mike." • '- ' , • ' - . . - '*s"-vriH::;pre- twt the it Grain ing>M6nday,%:%e:wiU; '• shoot . ^ ^ J1 f _ ,M ^^^— ^ I I j, . ^H ^f •, * _ r f _ l e^raJri^fieavifiinnieli^: : i '-'^^i-'\''r':^-:- j L i -- .-: : ...:. r: vMaxie ?; jRoseuDloom ;has a new car .-••• ;V-;--:*- i -- ; ':iv-'••-;•'•'•'••'••-.-' •-" : ••"-'-•- '••-'•'-•••. ••• -•'- ,- ••-\ •s * _f*._ f 7 J »*" ' " .v v 'ot;,then 3-** "-.•.----;-^ —--i: '--- -' - >:-- -" - -"./ '. Gold lettering^ on \the doors.modestly ; i*:;>n: V^'-^.V.lm-.V'^ >.-' : -'- T '- : ' *i:-"'- -'-''-' "^ /'•• - •," -^" .rparlQ'^^'TliA . rjonlito '*^. : - : -: - -•*•-/ r i h L ^ h rin^Corio^. the: ; ?.strip ; teaser,- ; is -- • ;. • - - .. ^ I- - '- .'•--- i-. *..,!-• ,..--•".- - - • . H ,f . L ?_1 J _ . - •*••*• • . -:--- - • - - " - > •L^J' -T " ' f ' •. ' '» *» 1 .studio foi- a: build*. and; "The Miracle of the ' - - • sent Archangel Mike, too. 1 -; And now; comes; Bob ;Cummirigs as. ' - - the'; angel;.who comes; to ':. earth: :tO;, be a cowboy in: 4 'Heaven Only ; Krio wsS'i J _ ^ ' LB __^^ JL ^ r _ ^" ' J --1 '.MaryHatcher;:singing ^with; Spike ; *''*•'.--- '/"•-' . - - -, - ' --, - - '*•• - •'.-'.•••--.- ~ ,-. --• • ..'. - T> _ __ - - - -- -'•* * -* ^-4- 1 . f** -. * " • :' •- j* * "_^ • • .-* • an orchid • from the mad vinaestroson ' • ', • - ." - •- - , L *.-•-'-._ . ,r. .' - J . ' . •-"::;'-- . '-- " -^ ' *'• t * • • L f+ J L -i_ T' 3 - - - *- ;• - j he.first :day of ^n altathed. note • best wishes—and :16olc " ;vAtnhe:end,bf the-fifth: -bobble, he ;--;A; photograph -taken: at the^recent •'•-•--•". i,'^."••=-—"". -.->_ "--.' i----.-- 1 -'- • ..-.•-.•: . .- •:-. .-:'-•• -•. ."and ^;Dysty,;^^Anders6n,;^ with v Jpse Jt u rbl as >bes t ;inah;; &rb u gh' t - an Snter- ^ ,I L I_B "•-*L.L^" rj "^ ' _\ F * f ~ -• ^L **$ **. j '• ^ J K_"" C ^^^ jJ - "^r 1 * * auntsI . fixedly aheady/;fifte;p clenched s tight. ^6^30 •. . i- —i L " iBeMille. most prbCane silence":I ever >: .visiting- relatives-, until after the holidays.; : The Reverend :R. /E. JIcKnight, -pastor of the Christian Church, will present his farewell- sermon Sunday *^- •'•- ' "• - - - - ~ . . "-. morning. claim would make some economic sense. But. by forcing 1 industry back ! to prewar doHar volume of profits iji. .___*»• ^ i • ^ j * per cent "of: earnings of last years first nine months, $147,149.167. / ..; Actual amount earned per share ofjthey will reduce industry income ac- stock ;by General Motors has been! tuatly by the extent of inflation, anil reduced from $3.20 the first nine j by seeking a wage increase, yet months, bt last year to 16 cents for justified economically, they will the comparable .'^period this year. cause, further inflation which would ':. : As. to next year no one can say, reduce the'worth of any now wage including particularly Messers. Mur- ^Increase just as it did last year's ray and Nathan. .1 do not intend to wage increase. Mr. Murray had better hire another economist. do a Dun'n & Bradstreet n General Motors, but the earnings prospect, I very well know, all depends on. Mr, Murray's unions, whether they strike another 120 ".days tiiis year or" longer, (World copjriftlit. lOlfl, by Kine Feature Syndicate, Inc. A]l ri3lit!( rc-verved. Itrprotluctlon Jji full or in part strictly prohibited.) .i- - \ iews and the News f i * ' By J/M. ROBERTS, Jr., Associated Press Foreign Affairs Analyst FIFTY YEARS AGO :•" ''• (The Californian. this date. 1S96) /Charley Fay, the son-of Alvin .of Bakersfield, had one of his ha.nds badly crushed, while working in a foundry in San Francisco. ""''Tickets' for the British Ball December "31, may .be obtained at Hughes' and Baer's drug -stores upon .presentation of card of in vita-' ;.'Forv;1.0 months and 3 weeks of • "~^i'- j i- -' -1946 the foreign ministers . council and the United Natjons- gave -cause for little; except .pessimism. For each step :• forward -there /seemed to be a step back. '•Russia seemed determined to turn the international conference into mere -forums -for propaganda. Britain's prime minister went to Paris in the summer for what- he termed; {'one :last effort" to get the . i Women- of the Congregational Church cleared SSO on their recent sj; William . Whitehead of Tehachapi, a naUve ,of England, took put tirst citizen's papers today, ;•'Judge-elect Mahon received his : commission this morning for the pffipe^ of Superior Judge of Kern county/ Russians to', really ..co-operate: Little seemed to, come of H. : The: Paris, conferences and the firs ; t. weeks of ; the New York conferences seemed merely to emphasize the cleavage between Russia and the .English-speaking .countries. - . Then, four: weeks ago, Prussia began to ;show signs of softening. She . that v once a disarmament was set, up, she would not ^ _f • . • f. SO SAY i--. '.>- --r „ ' • -: '/_,- -' -/ i - - -•-•i -^ ' i iBwpd •-• •:.-•. -• rx••-.•. .•-.- I - t -:"_ ^ i: v .-i r 1 '. , ' — S L . -I, H '--' ^ ^-ii "^ .- , - - ^ rela tions are? rt -v. 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' ' ~^ -• ""'r * - slue tan t ^drin^er::^--^ ^^: ulpust'lptefeaiersVQi^pOTs called; -a bird• v.of••^tHeir-;;ioaiclforests: ^, •-•-.- • "Bodies are getting wider and; we, are going to seek more window area tiian 'iver before.. The Jong, taper- iHg!- hood^ of the present-day car is bound to .disappear.—Harold T. of Detroit, automotive •' - • . engineer. -;-;; .•/.•;:- - : . • ^ ';•.., : ^/The ; TJjiited States must show ; .that "its, Asocial system can offer: peace; prosperity arid justice to a greater : degree than any other.— 1 X)ri Robert M^ 'Hutchins, chancel-, lor;:JJniversity;^of Chicago, adolescent idea to give the denqarid the right to veto the de .cisions, of its : enf owcement agencies; She compromised on Trieste, on freedom of .Danube traffic/and other ; Having proposed general disarma- f she. actually began demobilizing: her vast army of occupation in Europe.^- v .v_; " ; "• • •;" " • " ..She'took, some beatings, suth as on 'her .efforts to have . all XT. N. Franco Spain and to secure a noso- connt of armies on foreign soil, with better graco than heretofore and with no "walkouts." She displayed an apparent, willingness to lose her political position in Iran's province of Azerbaijan rather than stir up another hornet's nest over it, : Determined action by the central government at Tehran apparently wiped out within a tew days, and with a minimum of fighling/the Soviet-sponsored Azerbaijan local government and reopened the province, which had been virtually cut-off from the rest of Iran since the Russian occupation during the war. The reasons tor the new attitude, and whether it would last, were, of course, the subjects of much speculation. Some L r . N. delegates pointed out that Russia needed -in her fields and factories the troops with which she had been backing up her military diplomacy abroad, needed financial help from abrcaTl for her five- year plan, and had found that her previous attitude was building up an unprofitable resentment against her. There are also some who hops that Russia's diplomats have, through continued association, be- members ;.break relations ; with i gun to feel more trustful of the west. .eight or nine ;naontlis to make good;aiid then cry for a substitute. -^•MissrMabel Head, IT. N. observer f or : IJhited Gouncil of Church Women America in modern timea meekness signifies an undignified? ^; quality .—Catholic Bishop James r P. DeWolf of Long Island f ' ,. * ' - ' • . ' ;I)iocese.\'-';..^ : ".;-' : -. -'';';/ •"_' "' ;.'--. •'.••.:'"-,; AjThe Metropolitan" (opera) gives tfe; iiripression; of threadbare pomp. Max Graf of Kew York, writing in jtustria, Vienna newspaper. ;' foundation of the liberatipn of:: Women is •. economic freedom. -* /ilrsv Aase Lioriees. Norway's alter-; , -: - - . .* , ., nate:;Tj.;K; ^delegate. /; an wers fBy THE HASKIN r- 1 ,.- . . . , . Q. What is«*the highest point on the Atlantic; :"coast of the United f A.- The Geological Survey says the highest >-p bint/; may be said 'to be, Cadillac mountain , on Mount Desert • Hancock county, Maine. The ; summit -;of this mountain is marked 4by;; a Geological^ Survey bench-rriark idesignated -"1^24 3034," the/altitude'"0f:which is 1,529,961 .fe r fct" abpye riiean ; sea level ^Vhat;is"the origiri; ot the "$64 : ;;::A: ;It origiriated in th^ Take It or LeaLve It radio teatare of Gversharp, IriC', "accordingTtb American ;notes T."': SHAFTS ". " I, - embalmed-; the name; n I L I r J L f prhia "a'1>eiiefi(!!lai:bird; ^crickets;;; : Pu^ of /Ite : ^a^it{p^esting Ul: ah in- adaptation to new c6naitioiis;> Our Some,;: old- brightly the .clerks :a heap if : - :gets his Christmas socking -• ^ -• » -" ^ \ ^^^ v • * '^ i ^ i .. .- - • t • '' -'•- -- ' . - - - - -.: • earlv - -,---• :,™'* i .r.- l v : •'.-;,...,...-. • ':--.-- ';.">?'-, -• ; , .'-->/--.- - . - - - . -., v^Vflt's ;home, : .gweet home when the ^idl&hes are done with a hum, sweet ;i£v ; answered were 'paid e, 1, 2, 4, 8/ IS, 32, ^d;64/,T^e first program,was given tin:r'Suxiday, April". 21/1940. f the earths surface v-is ^occujjied by islands?— ; Q. Is the story about Sir Walter Raleigh's writing with a diamond on a window, based on facts?— F, F. K. A; It is based only on weak testimony. He is said to have cut into the -wih'dowpane, "Fain would I climb, yet fear I to fan." Queer Elizabeth answered with the line, "If thy heart fails thee, climb not at all." Q. Does concrete -increase' In strength after it has set?—B. F. A. Concrete is generally designed for a given strength'to be reached at the end of 28 days, but as long as the concrete is kept in the presence of moisture it will continue to gain In strength at a progressively slower rate for an indefinite time. L--. . .'stylist';says some of the winter Igowns-make the gals look thin. And the fellas look 'round. -• f f T. ' 1 • *• ':. '- . '-. -, ,, , •-. ' ^:>It r il soon be a "close rape between 3?gumtnat wasn't loaided and the ice."that wasn't thin. L' "* I - _ the Bright side! At least lyou're not being taxed on what you ;^infc>;;yQu^e::-worths /V •> pe ;is- great;becaase life without: so" iibj)elessl; v ;; •. '".".'•-••••'.'.'.' . . estiinated: that islands oc- -; 1,910,000 • square\miles .of; ; the :-area ^ of \.the earth's surface, whose Itotal is Vestuhated at '196,950^ 000:square miles. ^ r mem bers : of PBY i planes :reatured to wear life jackets - •• i. . - , - /--• ^ '..--• '' . ** . ~~ .«• What ^areas becarne mandates after "World War I and are still in this category?—W, T. A, They are Palestine, British Cameroons, British Togroland, Tanganyika, Ruanda-Urundi,' French Cameroons, French Togroland, South West Africa, Northeast New Guinea, Nauru;and Western Samoa. ^ . * - did the Dutch acquire -E. C. when ! -in: flight, and if so; is this T » - ' - 'I J*' 1 '^'--. - • ^ *m - ,-"" — f^ - f— rule -E. \ ftunaam?- A. Surinam or Butch Guiana' wan obtained from England in lSf>7 in exchange for Nieuw Amsterdam, the Dutch colony which included the present site of New York City. Q. Who was the last Republican mfn^ of ^his^ule Js the responsibil- Speaker .of the House of Representa- navy depart, • crew .members '. of PBY ment^ planes;; are^;required to wear life flight Bnforce- mander;;; :p|otor ,pab:ol plane conv - ^ iFOR TODAY breasted j^hrikeSt>f ^^^^Afficsu!;^ •th&. x&£R&rif^&:Kj.'^ ddies il^ta^i;€b^t , •' : ^* Sr ' •- - " • 'V • *'t ---^" i "-; more^ good ;than ^ ^ • ^' ^*» •• A. j\ -i i.- f-* : "and [saitJi unto vlfta<Vv/w.o;;coai*/:;f^ M-ni that JiatJi nmie; that:hath meat, let him do -;;;^at;^maii;.;- may; ikst, r but never ieceives, but nothing : • • ives?—C, K. A. It .was Nicholas Long^vorth who served from 19^5 until 1931 when he was succeedee by John N. time was required i brothers for cutting • fhe •^atuehpf^Abraham.'' Lincbln in th^|Uric6lh;;3!emoriaJ ( Washington. ] Q> What is the composition of butter?—L,. W; Z. A, Regular butter consists of 80 per cent butterfat, ifi per cent moisture, 3 per cent salt and i per :;• A-: 1 J- requjred::;a v ;year Vof cohtinu- ous work, on^the" ;part of tKese^celer the figure,;it is ^more than : .twenty >block)s ^there s ;any vitamins^ iri : tea cent curd. -.1 I . - .,- .. , - ._ -, pptains / Appreciable anil there is .... .. •- ioni5 Scan ; love; h,, 1 - • - •~ ,-r^" >• -:-',;-:^:: C J ^"\f-" : ftOTi'T r Fn? i '-: *- "'-v'-- *•"=•> .^ .. -„, ~ ;•- - ; *.-• , ••; .- r V_r*,- JAL* • vTV<JZrf ± JdJj4«' - ^ ^',. ' : <~'- '*• ' ;-.5.5-..".-.-::---r."..'-iT-'t-^-? :^.^V ; :.-: ; -'- : .":. : ^:^w. .:,i.-'-^:'-:i- '-.• ;\ .'-">: .^•.•.•.-•.-:-. •/;, :.''.'> ^; :.-..--. ;. •-'--. ^-^S.^-v.-: .v-.v^' - :.•.'-. ;-.;., >---- -^ •,--.:.;•>:'".•.. '--',!:;-.-.•^. : ; ,-- '•\^ ; :- /^_ •:;--•- ^-.V^, t ,- : -- >. .:.-; . :•: -.•; ;•- . .••..: . --r- •... •;- .••;'.- -,..v»-.;-'- •. •-••;-.:. - - :'•-'-... '-.-• whom Cribne:ean: thank-f ;-blot,;creation's blank. -—Thomas Gibbons. How;};many; key buttons are ii-pnya^Inotype keyboard?—rC; J. There are ; 9Ov In six rdwsiof 15 ""'^ "^r^ _'-,r'"'_ ' L n.p'' J- eacn.*.;;.::;;•••;;•:.•=;.•.-;.:.;'•:•.'.:• .-"••.. .-".•••••'. -;•: Q. How .old Is Hear Admiral Richard E. Byrd who is scheduled to lead - an expedition into the ant- arctic?— Ti T, is 58 years old, having -been born on October t'5 f 1S8S. pet the answer, to any '"** -Th^Bakwsfwid C«UTornlan Bnremj, 318 Kje Street. -N C.'. -Pte.se r ^ r - - ,- - * ••- f- l ' 7V -1 ^ - ' .. r-. ^i -. t-.r- -1 \ I. .-- I-

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