The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 29, 1944 · Page 3
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 3

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, August 29, 1944
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Building Permits in City Total$23,530 Mettler Farms Gets Okay For $8000 Repair Work A total nf $JS,"i30 in building por- tnils has bepn issued by n. H. Hubhard, city building' inspector, Including a permit of $S(>00 to Mettler Farms for repair of building: ad- .i.-u'ont to llabcrfelde Steel Mills which was recently destroyed by flie causing damage to the Mettler property. O. D. \Villiums is the contractor. A permit was granted Earl AVong with certified amount of $9500 for rebuilding and repair of the Lincoln Market, 1221 Eighteenth street, following a fire that recently gutted the building. Trustees of St. John's School were Issued a permit of $H30 for interior and partition work with .1. n. Moffpt as the contractor. A $1500 permit was granted Consolidated Pipe Company for ron.struction of addition to welding shop in connection with the plant, and Ted Miles, leasee, was awarded permit of $4000 fur repair of thcs Bessie R. Meesn property on the corner of Baker and Kentucky streets with O. D. Williams being the contractor. State Heads Attend Insurance Meeting Several state officers attended Monday's meeting of Bakersfiekl Insurance Board at Hotel El Tejon. the session constituting the first of a series of Ifl regional sessions. Visitors included Neal Harris. Oakland, first vice-president; Phillip Kilt- thrope, Fresno, division director, and Frank Coiridge of Oakland, state executive secretary. Introduced by Ray Lobre, president, they discussed the Importance of an informed public on insurance matters, the value of good relation ship between the public and instance agents, changes and contem plated changes In regulations, new legislation and contemplated legislation, and auto postwar financing. They emphasized importance 'of representations at the state conference at Hotel Biltmore October 31 and urged that local groups send presidents and others. Announcement was made of 15- minute radio broadcasts each Saturday night at 8:;'.0 over radio station KERN by Leland Stowe, interpreting insurance matters. The luncheon concluded with a round table discussion on new regulations and contemplated changes in the manual- MONTH-END SALE GIRLS' CLOTHES IN CLEARANCE PRICE Sizes 7 to 14 $1.48 Shorts—NOW 75c $1.49 Bib Shorts—NOW 75c $1.20 Chubby Shorts—NOW 60c $1.99 Slacks—NOW 99c 50c While Shorts—NOW 25c ?!.98 Sunsuils—NOW 99c Sizes 3 to 6 63c sunsuits—NOW .., 32c $1.79 denim overalls—NOW 89c $2.25 denim overalls—NOW $1.13 $2.45 denim overalls—NOW $1.23 BROCK'S—FASHION FLOOR MONTH-END SALE CHINTZ HOUSECOATS Flowered patterns, made with large wrap lie belt. Sizes 12 to 16. $099 Regularly $5.98 Now •• NELLY DON SHOP THE NEW > "CADET" SLANT ^Bafeergfielb Californfan Tuesday, August 29, 1944 3 ... in a gay young wool fell here I that perches jauntily over your car. 2 BROCK'S—FASHION FLOOR "PIN-UP-GIRL" Flower pockets and perky bows add glamour to this one-piece dress of \Vool and Rayon Baskcttc . . . In Golden Buff with Brazilian Brown, Winter Aqua with Brazilian Brown, Emerald Green with Jet Black, Freedom Red with Jet Black. Sizes 9 to 15. $12.98 BUY BONDS DOWNSTAIRS STORE ANOTHER EXCLUSIVE WITH BROCK'S ... ... ORIGINAL KAY FOSTER HAND-SCREENED INDIAN PRINTS! Bclga is a Belgian linen imitation fabric in three registered designs . . ..Tom Tom Rhythm, Ceremonial and Pawhuska. . . . Four color designs in each pattern and matching plain shades to go with them. It is crease-resisting and an excellent fabric for back to college and smart casual wear. Colors: White ground with Poudre blue, Hawaiian gold, Turquoise, Kelly, Coral, Fuchsia, Luggage, Lime, California red, purple and black. PRINTS Io95 Starring the long tuxedo ... 1911's \o. 1 fashion hit. Tailored of l-'orsliiiniin loir;, fabric, with tuxedo of Muskrat. Has [\vo slash pockets, matching rayon crepe lining. Rust, green and brown. $ 119 PLAINS 38 INCHES WIDE CARRY PACKAGES UNWRAPPED WHENEVER POSSIBLE MAIN AISLE Other coals with tuxedo of Moulon, Ocelot, Sea line, Tingona Lamb, Persian, Squirrel, Baum Murfcn and Dyed Skunk. ... In American Beauty, gold, blue, aqua, grey, purple aud black. '69.95 ,. $ 140 Prices subject to 20% Federal Excise Tax. FASHION FLOOR

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