The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 28, 1944 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Monday, August 28, 1944
Page 8
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g Monday, Aug. 28, 1944 Sakergfielb Californfan SHARING tty MAK With the npi nins; of school this yc.'ii 1 . Ilicru \vjll In; tho tonipliitlnn c'li the part ni' iiKiny lioys ami nirls to rrnuiin at work and pvad^ M'hiiol if possible. Mothers will IIP i a influonro, either in sr-ciiiff that minors return to school claps- rooms or assisting in tlu> sublet-- 1'iifre in keeping them out. Parents still have the responsibilities of making; sneh decisions. There aro few persons that will ml a.erec that minors should I.e in school nnd the host investment that youth can make now is in time spent in the classroom. The money earned now at jobs fa mi "I repay youth for education that \\iil he needed all of a lifetime. u iII not ];t^\ f<u'ovrr ore skills .-it the dispn.-;il Hi the lieller chance he in tin' postwar ad.jnsi- ment. when problems «i|] certainly en.mill' ho.s s ami Kills now of school .-me. Some parents HM> the arguments, thai wartime \\i\l not last, always and ynijiiK people should sacrifice schooling for economic pain, Imt often when schooling js liroken into nt the grammar and hi^'h school levels, too often the interest is not cemented again. Part of the postwar adjustment pernid will he in solution of unemployment and part of the solution To a Pipefitter about a job Kvor s-en the, pipes on n locomotive? Not Just those outside, but up in the cab. Pipefitter's dream. Go all over the place. Pipes and more pipes. Well, those pipes mean a Job for somebody . . . mean topnotch work for a man who likes top-notch equipment. Mere at Southern Pacific, we've got an opening for a Pipefiter at the Shops or Roundhouse. It's not Just another Job. It's not for anyone but. a man (maybe yourself) who wants to have a really K<»nl Job with a good outfit . . . for a man who can catch the "foel" of railroading- and know it's work to be proud of. This is vital work . . . keeping our locos and rolling stock going, helping us move the troops and guns and tanks. A ,ood gang to work with. New, higher railroad pay. Liberal age limits. Fine pension plan. Railroad pass privileges. Job with a permanent company. Sound good? We think ft does. Hope you come in and ECO us about it. See or \Vrile B. W. MITCHELL S. I>. Station, Itakcrslield. or lour Nearest S. P. Audit, BEAT HEAT Soothe, relieve heat rush, and help prevent it with MexBunn, tho soothing, medicated powder. Sprinkle this cooling, comforting, astringent powder •well over heat irritated skin. Costs little. Big savings in larger sizes. All tho family will like Mexsanti. S.MNDKRS •will rest in convincing young men niifl women, now gainfully employed in various jobs in business :in<i industry, that they need more training to Ire eompetent workers in a postwar world. To(j many young people have been trained hurriedly niul put fit. routine, jobs that may nut exist after the war. It Is only the person of rounded education and solidly trained skills that will find it to get permanent employment, Jieturned veterans will lie given preference in employment and that Is. as it should be. Parents should make their decisions now to see. that minors in their charge are back fit I school desks when the school bell lings. Roundup of Rationed Foods^Given BOOK FOUR BLUE STAMPS G5-L5 VALID SEPTEMBER 1 Meats, fats. etc. — Hook 4 red stamps AN through '/'& and A;"i thioiigh I >."> valid indefinitely. Processed V Is- BooN 4 blue stamps AS 'through XS and A.'i through r'.'i valid indefinitely. (\.i through !.."> valid September 1 indefinitely. Sugar Hook •! stamps HIP, '.', I and ',V1 \alid indefinitely for 0 pounds C;K|I; ;;:; vallil September 1 indeli- nitely lor ."> pounds. Stamp 411 good for o pounds for home canning through February -S, IIM.". Shoes—Hook ;i airplane stamps ] and 1! Koud indefinitely. Uasoline—In northeast and southeast A-ll coupons Muod for three gallons, through November S. Klsewbere A-l^ efiupon.H Kood for II gallons throunh September 1^1. H-ii, B-4. ('-){ and ('-4 ctnipiin.s Ki»'<l everywhere for , r i gallons. J''uel oil — Period 4 and 0 coupons valid in all areas IliroiiMh September oil. New period 1 coupons valid in all areas. Howard Dickson Will Be Rotary Speaker Howard K. Dickson, agriculture instructor at tin? Hakersfield Jlinh School, will be the guest speaker at the meeting of the Oildale liotary tomorrow at 12:10 p. m., in the. Klliott ball, according to K. I). Myers, secretary of the organix.alion. "Agriculture' and Livestock liaising" will be the topic under discussion and deorge F. AVest will be program chairman, with P. ,1. Jlo- shaw presiding. DKI'OT TKANSKKRIJKI) I-OS AXOKI,KS, Aug. i;S. UP)— Transfer (if the army air forces GF1C flepot from San Pedro to .Maywood was announced today by the Western Proem-men! District Headquarters of the Materiel ronimand. It's new! No shirt-tail or waistband! No NEED for you to keep adjusting this suit all day long. It gives you the comfort of a pull-over shirt and athletic support — in one piece. Its trim design provides crotch support without requiring elastic. Easy to put on. Just pull it on over your head and snap the fasteners. These snaps keep the support in place for the life of the garment. Have your Hanes dealer fit you with this suit in your trunk size. P. H. Hanes Knitting Co., Winston-Salem, N. C. THE MTIOML MDERWEAR in Fine Furs Dyed Russian Squirrel Belly (featured) (Junior Sizes Also: 9-15) Black Dyed Persian Paw . . . $198 Northern Belly Hollander Muskrat $239 J Golden Natural Muskrat Dyed Russian Squirrel Dyed Canadian Split Skin Squirrel Natural Bluegray Squirrel (Backs) Dyed Norwegian Blue Fox Stroller $210 Brown Russian Weasel $268 Brown Minktail Jacket $210 Natural Red Fox Stroller .... $335 Polo Wolf Jacket $169.50 All Furs Plus 20% Federal Excise Tax 36 Inches, 37 Inches, 38 Inches and Full Length Coats FUR SALON MAIN FLOOR Beautifully matched sable- il.ved South American Muskrat (bucks). Sbnwl collar and ck-ep cuffs. The coats in our fur salon are distinctive for thc'ir quality workmanship, fashioned from flue skins by skillful lingers. They're Land- comely designed iu the new fur silhouette . . . show remarkable detail in lining, cut, styling. 'This coat ASK ABOUT OUR LAYAWAY PLAN A small deposit will hold your coat, the balance extended over 12 mouths with no carrying charges. A year's storage, without cost. SERVICEABLE GIFTS MAIL MONTH SEP.I5-OOT.I5 DUFFLE BAGS Water repellent heavy silk. WRITING KITS Compact but complete, STATIONERY Especially for servicemen. PICTURE FRAMES TRAVELING KITS CIGARETTE CASES SEWING KITS Price Buy Now and Save The Book Shop 1504 Nineteenth In the Southern Hotel Building That Hoover Cleaner of yours is m'ore valuable now than ever. Let Hoover help you take care of it with genuine Hoover Company service and parts. We are the authorized Hoover service agency equipped with everything it takes to put your Hoover Cleaner in tip-top shape— ready for more good cleaning. Register your Hoover today for a free inspection. Service charges are low. All work guaranteed. Estimates furnished. Take no chances with unauthorized service. CALL 5-5851 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SERVICE Hay* Your Eyis EiaminM Optn a Charci Account GLASSES • That are right for your eyes and your job. CONSULT DR. R. F. ABRAMS OPTOMETRIST 1807 Nineteenth Street Phone 2-7338 W« Will •• Open 3 Days P«rW«*k • Monday • Frldey • Saturday During August East SMi GlMMn 172S Nllee Street Phone S-SM1

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