The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 25, 1944 · Page 6
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6 Friday, August 25, 1944 €&e fBafcertfffell) Californian NATIONAL DOLLAR STORES YARD GOODS Vegetable Print Novelty print with colorful vegetable border print. Yellow, blue and while: 40 inches wiclfi. S9< GABARDINE Wniirkrfnl quntitv. i.lral for llial nrw (nil suit. I.nvfly nrw fhiuif?. ' Mi hid. ru«')iia, f'\val Mn<-. tvhiti>. ml. bin' k. krlly gif'ii. nnd oili.TS. 40 ini hen wide. Floral Twill . . . Beautiful floral patterns . . ideal for draperies. Rose, bine and cream background; 35 inches wide. CRASH . . , New mnterial In striped pattern . . Heavy quality. Hust. brcnvn and preen . , . 36 inches wide. * CHILDREN'S OXFORDS PREWAR SHOES All lenllior with rubber liools. . . . Made for correct fit. JJrown. bliick. Sixes 8 1 /i to 3. BOYS' NEEDS FOR SCHOOL Boys' School Pants Smart-—Neat Large nssortmont of smoothly tailored panls for your boy's school needs. Striped and solid colors in brown, navy blue and teal green. Sizes 4 to 14. TWO-TONE COAT SWEATERS GIRLS' NEEDS FOR SCHOOL Cotton School Dresses Washable Prints Checks, stripes, florals and solid colors. Selection fo styles . . , Dirndl skirls, rulfle-trimmed waists, sailor styles. All school favorites. Sizes 10 to 14. SLIPOVER SWEATERS Part Wool AI tractive well-knit sweaters in good blending shades (hat arc practical for school or dress. Six.es 2 to H. Leather Jackets Good quality leather for service and appearance. . . . All double-stitched seams, roomy pockets, and fully lined. Sizes 4 to 10. Suspenders tnhlo length a •with p;ii-t elfistfc buck. Selection of *hades and patterns. SPORT SHIRTS All American Fine cotton shirts that are easy washables. Short sleeves and two pockets. Blue and tan. Sizes small, medium and large. COMMANDO SWEAT SHIRTS Heavy fleece back shirts that are popular school wear. Hod, blue, beige. Sizes 0 to 14. 29< ALL WOOL Close knit, crew nock style, with loiiitt sleeves. For wear with that now .school skirt. Red, dark green, powder blue. Sizes 8 to Hi. GIRLS' SKIRTS New fall shades in plaid patterns. Pleated style skirt. All school favorites. Sizes 7 to 11. New Fall Felt Hats Selections in bonnet, beret and I half-hat styles . . . feather or I colorful llower-trinnned tassel. All head sizes and colors. RAYON PANTIES Fine quality rayon knit in solid or striped knit . . . brief style, with half elastic waist Sines 59* FINE CREPE SLIPS DAINTY WASHABLES Lace and bow ribbon trimmed; ruflic-trimmcd skirt. Tea rose only. Sizes 4 to 14. Ladies RAYON PANTIES 59 Striped rayon knit in brief style. Tea rose and white. Part-clastic waist. Sizes small, medium and large. Cotton Print PAJAMAS —Butcher boy and tailored stylos . . . easy washables. Gay prints with ric- rac trimming. Short sleeves. Sixes u4 to 40. Fine Slips . . . Lovely lace trimmed bodice and skirt. Others with eyelet embroidery. Also tailored styles. Sizes 32 to 40. MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Tailored Smartness Fine quality broadcloth with wrinkle-free collar. Assorted sleeve lengths. All new fall shades and patterns. Sizes 14M> to 17. Men's Sport Shirts Slylcd In Hollywood for lounge or dress with convertible collar. Twn-button cult. Brown, •-•ream, blue, gray . , . fciizee small, medium, luree. SWEAT SOCKS Part wool . . . real rib for comfort and protection. Heavy and serviceable. I* NEW FALL SKIRTS School Smartness Attractive now plaid shades In pleated and Hi:rod stylos. ... A "must" in every girl's school wardrobe. Si/os 124 to US. All-Wool Sweater Slip over—Sloppy Joe-- A line soft knit for warmth nnd wear Lovely pastel shades in pink, green yellow and red. Sixes JJ4 to .'iS. Sport Jackets . . . Herringbone and tweed, in attractive shades for school or dress wear. . . . I!ray, beige and black. Well tailored. Sixes 11! 18. $£95 6 Junior Dresses . . . For that special date! One and two- piece stylos In solid, check or florals . . . some with all-pleated skirt. Sizes 9 to 15. NEW FALL DICKEY Smart Style Dainty white organdy or rayon crepe. Ruffle trimmed collar. White, pearl or clear M Jnittons. LUGGAGE Overnight Case $1.50 Plu* 20% Tax 21-Inch Size New InKiiajie . . . Brown shade, with one stripe in con- tor. Roomy find sturdy for service. SHOE REPAIR Guaranteed Workmanship MEZZANINE FLOOR Kern Farmers May Get 300 Feet of Lumber Per Quarter Kern county farmers who need lumber for essential repair or construction ciC implements or farm service buildings may now buy up to 300 board measure per quarter by simply signing an application at the lumber yard, J. R. Bright, Kern County Agricultural Conservation Association chairman, declared today. A farmer's lumber certificate is necessary before the purchase of more than 300 feet of board may be made, Mr. Bright said. Applications for the lumber should be made nt the County Agricultural Adjustment Agency office at 2405 M street. The committee has authority to issue farmer's lumber certificates for essential maintenance and repair use and for new construction (other than residences where the cost is more than $1000 per farm per calendar year. For construction which must be approved by the War Production Board, the ACA committee receives farmer's applications and makes recommendations but does not issue certificates. Ratings High Farmer's lumber certificates rank as "certified and rated" orders, with ratings as high as any non-military users, Bright stated. Dealers may use the ratings when they place orders. "In fact," the ACA chairman said, "these ratings offer the only opportunity to keep enough lumber in the county to meet our essential farm needs." Farm-stored sudan grass seed, as well as seed stored in approved warehouses, Is eligible for the Commodity Corporation Program. Loan rates announced this week are 5 cents per pound, on the basis of the content of pure seed with 85 per cent germination stored on the farm; ti cents per pound for common sudan grass seed stored in approved warehouses; and 9 cents per pound for certified seed. AAA Handles Loans Loan negotiations are handled through the county AAA office in Bakersfield. A storage allowance of 10 cents per cwt. will be paid on farm-stored sudan grass seed If it is delivered to the CCC in lieu of paying the loan. To avoid chaotic egg market problems that followed shortage of egg cases during the 143-44 peak season, the War Food Administration, advocates placing orders for an appreciable portion of 1944-45 egg case requirements now. "WFA reports that new wooden cases will not be available for civilian use in any appreciable volume for the coming season and that 85 per cent of the new cases available will be corrugated fiber board. Meetings in Yuba City Beginning at Yuba City on Tuesday, August 22, a series of meetings between county Farm Machinery Rationing committees and machinery dealers in the respective areas, to discuss the provisions of the 1944-45 farm machinery rationing order scheduled. The use of a letter of eligibility is expected to eliminate the issuance of more than one purchase certificate for each available item of rationed equipment, thus cutting down the time and difficulty of securing delivery of such items. The meeting for this district will be held in Tulare on Friday, August 25. Report High Cotton Yields Above average yields from the smallest cotton acreage harvested To a man who's handy with his hands If you like mechanical work (even though you're not experienced). Southern Pacific has an opening for you that la well worth looking Into. The job: Helper In on* of the fine crafts at the S. P. ahopa or roundhouse . . . working on locomotives or rolling stock. You'll see the "inside" of railroading . . . be in something big . . . find rail* reading more Interesting than other work. Friendly people to work with ... a chance to really learn a top craft with a fine out* fit. Above all, a job with a permanent company—a Job you'll like. Liberal age limits. New. higher wages. Railroad pass privileges. Fine pension plan. Medical services. Vacations with pay. Swell social activities. This is no fly-by-night opportunity. It's for a man who's sincere in wanting the right connection with the right outfit. If you join up with S. P.. we're pretty sure you'll not regret it. See or write B. W. MITCHELL or your nearest S. P. Agent. S. P. Station, Bakersfield Havt Your Eyit Eiamlntd Opin a Charft Account GLASSES • That are right for your eyes and your job. CONSULT DR. R. F. ARRAMS OPTOMETRIST 1107 Nineteenth Street Phono 2-73JS rj since 1895 are indicated by the Department of Agriculture's first cotton crop report of 1944. According to the AAA, there will be a record carryover of world cotton on hand, when the present war is over. The total carryover of world cotton was at a peak of 24 million bales on August 1, 1943, and is probably higher now compared to the 1935-1939 average of slightly over 17 million, the agency's report stated. Food Wasted From 20 per cent to 30 per cent of all the food produced in this country is wasted somewhere between the plow and the plate, the Office of Price Administration revealed today. While no rep6rts of any kind are required of farm slaughterers, the OI'A requires reports on all meats having point value which a farmer sells or transfers. California's share of the approximate 1945 national wheat goal of 68,500,000 acres amounts to 700,000 acres and represents a boost of 18 per cent over the 11)44 planted acreage, Dave Davidson, state AAA chairman said today. Early announcement of the California wheat goal will allow grain farmers time enough to make their 1945 plans before seeding of grain starts next month, Davidson said. "The total of state acreage goal figures is calculated to provide adequate supplies of wheat for food at home and abroad and to allow greater margins," the state AAA chairman explained, "especially since the August estimate of 1944 wheat production is considerably higher than was indicated earlier this year. MMMMMM-1—"Rocket Launcher, Mmmmmm-1" is what the G. I.s in Sicily call Screen Actress Dolores Moran, according to the Yank newspaper, "Stars and Stripes." She's one of the pretties in "Hollywood Canteen." HOLD STIIX— It doesn't make any differene how junior wanted to part his hair. On Saipan, Marianas islands, recently captured by Yanks, there aren't any particular styles for youngsters. Pop wields the clippers and there you are. Scene at an internment camp lor Chamarro natives of Saipan. BURGLARIZE MARKET An undetermined amount of small change was taken from the cash register in Collins Market, 5 miles south of Bakersfield on Highway 99, when burglars forced entry into the building last night by breaking through the glass doors, office of the sheriff reported this morning. While there have been no arrests an investigation is under way by Special Deputy Lawrence Johns of Oildale, the office said. rso SHOWS Second in a series of USO shows will be given here Saturday at 8:45 p. m. over KERN, it was announced today. Music and G. I. talk will be featured on the program. RELIEVE Sprinkle soothing Mcxsana on baby after every change to relieve, help prevent torturing diaper raah. Contains ingredients often recommend* ed by specialists to relieve this discomfort. Guards tender akin from chafing of clothing. Yet it coats little. Keep a supply handy. Demand ^MEXSANA, * SOOTHING MEDICATED POWDER^ FOR BETTER VISION SEE DR. HAROLD HASKELL OPTOMETRIST 1434 - 19TH STREET Main Floor Gon»lor»Loo Sulldlng TELEPHONE 66859 Lufkin's Business College Office Open for Enrollment Fall Term Starts Tuesday, September 5 Phone 4-4821 1304 L Street McCormick-Deering, International Farmalls — Tractractors — Trucks FARM MACHINERY SALES PARTS SERVICE A. H. Karpe's Implement House Kern County Dealer Bakersfleld Wasco Delano STOMACH Upset, Acid Indignation, Oas>, Heartburn, due to Execs* Acid. For Pastor Relief Try the New .... Unconditionally guaranteed to aatlafy you or your money back. Mall order* filled, 4-o«. Powder or 40 Tablet* ._ 11.25 TEBSIH CnhutM TN*M DMrtkuMr I* •uirafMM Art* KIMBALL 4. 8TONC. 1M1 Chester Av«nu« . . . Phont 9*940* SSfft OSCAR E. WINDING Back tr Circulation After ( Tear* at Hotel El Tcjon Painting and Papering Service Phone 2-9472 Per • CURTAINS • DRAPERIES •MUOS •*• ARTCRAFT OF CALIFORNIA 1483 Eighteenth Street Box Plant Destroyed by Fire to Reopen The Bakersfield Box Company, Chester and Union avenues, will re-, open on an emergency basis by October 15, according to vice-president and general manager, Harold Ward, who announced today that necessary machinery has been lined up for the plant, which was completely destroyed by fire August 17. Building materials and labor are available but a controctor has not yet been decided upon, he suld. The job of cleaning up debris left by the flames has begun, Mr. Ward said. The company manufactures lug boxes and crates for. fruit packers. Officials place loss at $50,000 although the decision of the insurance adjuster has not yet been revealed. Cause of the fire is still undetermined by the county fire depart-, rnent. Large Tuna Catches Landed Off Coast WASHINGTON, Aug. 25. tfl>>— Large catches of tuna off the California coast continued through July, the office of the Coordinator of Fisheries has announced. Landing for the month totaled 17,917,000 pounds, bringing the season's total to 70,806,000 pounds. The California pack of canned tuna for the first seven months of the year was 1,522,920 cases, compared with 1,047,294 for the comparable period of 1943. BUENOS AIRES CELEBRATES BUENOS AIRES, Aug. 25. UP)— At least 11 persons, including 4 policemen, nursed bruises and other injuries today as a result of clashes stemming from public celobratinfls which followed reports of the liberation of Paris. "All husbands SAYS PIET "All husbands are alike—but they have different faces so their wives can tell 'em apart." HIT SAYS: "There's one soap you can tell apart from ordinary • •oap after one try. It's Feet's Granulated — the wonder-working, different soap that whizzes away " grime from children's things and grease from work clothes. Yet Its quicker, thicker suds are plain gentle to delicate fabrics.**. PUT SAYS: "Yesterday's only a dream- tomorrow's just a vision of happiness. Seems, then, we oughta live today as best we can, doesn't It?" PUT SAYS: "The best way to do today't washln' chores is with Feet's. Dirt starts to disappear the minute Feet's magic suds go to work. And after tacklin' that stack of dishes, just notice how your china and silver gleam — and how smooth your hands are. You'll see why thro* tlmoi as many women new us* Pot's. Better try it!" PEET'S SOAP The qufcfc-surfsfng granulated soap Athletes * FOOT * Kimball& Stone The Prescription Druggists Corner Eighteenth and Chester in the Sill Building We Will Be Open 3 Days Per Week • Monday • Friday • Saturday During August East SUb GbMMn 1728 Nile*. Street

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