The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 29, 1944 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, August 29, 1944
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4 Tuts day, August 29, 1944 gtj g gafcerfftelfr Calcforman CAN YOU PUT IN A NEW FUEL PUMP FOR ME RIGHT AWAY? SORRY MR. JONES! I'M ALL BMKED-UP. WHY NOT INSTALL IT YOURSELF... IT'S EASY.. VALLEY WINERIES GET RAISINS 1300 TONS OF SUGARED CROP SOLD BY RAISERS the guv- "had YES . . .WARDS FUEI PUMPS ARE EASY TO INSTALL! Exert If your cor has gone ovw 20,000 miles Install a new fuel pump, Gef maximum miles-per-gallon! Wardi fuel pumpi ore perfect replacements—accurately mad« and assembled) Pumps for other popular cars also low-prlcedl Install it yourself! INSTALL A WARD MUFFLER |98 ford '35-'38 Wardi Mufflers ore lead- Coated inside and out! They provide 80?3 longer life than original-equipment mufflers! Install it yourself—it's easier than you think! INSTALL BRAKE SHOES 2 19 ^ 4 sheet for 2 For Ford '35-'36. Brake shoes for other popular cars also low-priced I Complete with installation Instructions. Relined with finest quality materials. INSTALL KING BOLT SET 87 For C/»«v. '33-'35 Sfc/. Sets for other popular cars also low-priced. Includes everything for both front wheels, bolts, pins, nuts, thrust-ball bearings and bronze bushings —complete. , . Chev. FAN BELT 42c A ppi oxim.ilely l"i"i inns of pro- i ess, d laisins have been snlr] in wineries in the San .Inafjuin \allev. the WHI- Fond Administration announced lodii.v. adding that no change in the U"V ernment's require, ments for grapes from the l!'44 crops j had been made. The raisins sold to wineries had sugared, it was stated. The original processors had de. dined to buy them, it was explainer]. I'nofflciall.v, it is understood the wineries paid $."i'»> per ton for spoiled prndorc. \VFA officials stressed 111: ernmeot raisin I ei| uiremem .not lessened The \VFA also annouii'ed that it is re|r-asing approxIm.'Udv _ .">IIII.IHKI pound" of taisins finm unveinmen! slocks for civilian distribution, because the armed ;'m ces and ( nun- tries on the lend-lease pin^iatn dn nol need these pai't icular sincks. C'eiling prices ori grower sales of raisins and Xante currants in the natural form will be identical with support prices established by the WFA. the Otfice of Price Administration announced loday. Those prices are: Tliompso'Vi seedless raisins, choice golden bleached, $2'jr> a Ion: extra choice golden bleached. Sl'liii: fancy golden bleached. .f_4"i: fancy sulfur bleached. $":i."i, choice soda bleached. $JOM: Valencia l.vpe Muscat raisins. S '.'. iiJ: Xante cm- rants. $:M": Sultana and Thompson seedless variet ir-s. natural or sun- dried raisins $lvn ; Musi at laisins. $l!ir>; and tiay slip Musiat raisins. ClfiAK (KIMM.S WASHINGTON. Aug. J'.l. '.£>>-The Office of Price Administration toilny announced dollat s-and-eents price j ceilings for virtually all brands and sixes of imported cigars, effective September 1. Retail prices range 17 cents to Sl.L'3 a cigar. These and ceilings set for Importers and wholesalers are about the. sanies as prices which have pievalled since March 11)43. OI'A said. Three Wasco Children Seek Collie BLOND PET MISSING SINCE FRIDAY IDENTIFIED BY TAG There ;ire three .very brokenhearted children in \Vasen w ho have lost a terribly close friend. This particular friend happens lo he blond and weighs about .V) pounds. The children like him so much because he's always so Iriondly and is a constant corn- p.mlon in their escapades throughout the neighborhood. Ves. those three pray every night for the return of their Collie dim. ll seems he disappeared mi Friday and mav be identified by his dog tar number w Inch is i::i-|.; mid a while neck. If vou want to make the A. \Y. Khrlmrn houschnld happy a^ain, iuM 'all them at WHSCO li.'iii nr ''10 or vvrile Hi.ute 1. Box ;i:,. in U'asro. telling thorn news of their I 'ollie. Chinese Change Is Gesture to Russia I'llt'NiiK INT,. Auf. :'!). (^P)-As a riondly gesture to Russia, the i'hi- ese government has removed denial Sheng Shih Tsai from the gov- rnor.ship of Siukiang. in far north- vest china. c.encral \Vu Chung Isin. ;it present chairman of the Mongolian and Tibetan aflairs eonv nissinn. siicreeds him. an official an- in'mccment said todav. The change represented one of iho most important governorship switches in China since President Chiang Kai-Shek's Nationalists established a government in Nanking in 19U7. Sheng occupied a semi-independent position ''or main- years and his forced exit Indicated the central Chi- nose government here has steadily built up and consolidated a strong position in Sinkiang. W/</e Selection of Paris for Popular Cars IVlontgomery Ward Twenty-fifth and Chester . Phone 7-7S71 "Where Parking l» Easier" 'MONTGOMERY WARD Building Materials HIGHEST QUALITY . . . LOWEST PRICES . . . HEXAGON SHINGLES FOR 5Q LONG-WEARING BEAUTY! 4sq. TOUGH! A thick asphalt saturated felt base is coated with tempered asphalt, then surfaced with fireproof ceramic granules! GOOD LOOKING! An eye-pleasing design in a choice of rich, harmonizing colors . . . colors that will stay bright for years! LOW-PRICED! The price above is for enough shingles to cover 100 sq. ft. Let us help you estimate the cost of yoi'r new roofl •m NK\V SI G.AR IIKET HARVESTER—This Iftl4 model -ugar beet harvester has been in operation at the Sliaf- C'oinpany. - miles north of Caweli beets onto accompanying truck e]s Sugar ('nm pa ry. which owns th ir.g from I hree quarters to one aci drive the I lifornia invented and manufactured machine is being produced by the Blackvveldor n Highway !'!>. for four weeks. Tractor drawn, it plows out. ill in one operation. W. <.'. Waterman, superintendent for machine, eslimacts that it will do the work of 4(1 field lab- per h uir or from ."i to 10 acres per day. requiring one man leior. It eliminates the difficult stoop-type of farm labor. BULGARIA BEGINS OUSTINIPS ARMISTICE TERMS MAY BE READY FOR SOFIA SIDE VIEW — The sugar beet harvester, which works two rows at a time, was developed by two young agriculturalists blacksmiths, the Schmidt brothers, in Kio Vista. At present it has completed harvest of I (Kill Kern county acres, and Spreckcls company officials intend to make the 1945 model available to growers next year so that Kern county's entire 1945 crop may he machine harvested. The harvester should stimulate industry in the county sufficiently so that sugar mills may be constructed here within the next few years, they state. Conferees Agree onOutline of League Conl inued !•' i i] ned largely with workaday methods of solving international trade and teiritorial disputes and eliminating other sources of war-breeding troubles. Sueh methods i all for the use of ai Miration, mostly on a regional basis since it was fell that interested neighbor countries with a knowledge of local economic conditions should be more effective in such work than countries remote from the scene of trouble. Kvenlually, under the system now i nmomplated. such disputes could go up from one international body to another, if they proved difficult of solution, finally reaching the topmost boa I'd of the world agency. The Dumbarton Oaks conferees are counting heavily on the use of judicial and diplomatic procedures to iom Page One solve must difficulties. They expect few occasions will aiiso for the actual use of military force. Issues over force and over the positions which must be accorded small nations have not yet crystallized completely. Most of such talk as has been held on these two point? has concerned the Russian proposal for an international air corps. Hl'Ll,, IH'LLES AC REE ON POLITICS POLICY TVASH1NGTON. Aug. L'9. UP>—Secretary of State Hull said today that j he and John Foster Dulles, the Re. j publican foreign policy adviser, had ' agreed that the problem of establish, 1115 an international peace and secur- '• ity organization "must Vie kept out ! of politics." LONDON. Aug. :!!>. <.!>>- P.epol Is that the (.ioniums have stalled withdrawing troops from peace-seeking Bulgaria coincided today with Istan- ! bul dispatches suggesting that Ameri ican-Bi'itish armistice terms already j have been received by Allied diplo- I mats there for relay to Sofia. The Moscow radio, limiting the Bulgarian news agency, said the nor- j mans were beginning to move out of Bulgaria and asserted the withdrawal would be completed within a few dav s. "Disarming of Ciorman Iroops crossing the Bulgaria-Rumania frontier is going on," the broadcast added. Istanbul advices, meanwhile, told of a flurry of diplomatic, activity, including an hour-long conference yesterday between the United States and British ambassadors. Lawrence A. Steinhardt and Sir Hughe Knatch- bull-h uges.scu. It was believed in Istanbul, these dispatches said, the ambassadors might have received from Washington and London the terms which will lie offered Bulgaria. Only yesterday it was disclosed that terms drawn up in consultation with the European advisory commission would he presented to Bulgaria within a few days. SCHOOL ADVISER SET FORVETS NELSON WILL APPOINT KERN CO-ORDINATOR An educational co-ordintuor to serve returned world war veterans will lip appointed by Dr. Thomas L. Nelson to correlate activities of Kern County, it was decided at a meeting of the Kern County Veterans' Employment Council Monday night. Edward G. Sewell, of Taft, presided nt the meeting:. Purpose of the co-ordinator Is to bring all school counselors! into a general program In behalf of the returned veteran. The council also recommended that a proposal be made to the Boni-d of Supervisors to bring the newly-appointed county service officer's headquarters Into the California State Rmplnyment building in order that one-stop service may be given the veterans. Bryan Oolenuui, In charge of the veierans employment service, said thai most of the veterans will need to consult with the special service officer on claims and that it will be easier for the veterans if they no not have to transverse the city to transact their business. Kern county will in all probability be a proving ground for the first cases in support of the new G. J. Hill. Mr. C'oleman explained. The local staff will receive training in tl.e handling of cases from workers who have been in Washington, P. C., learning administration details of the new bill. The locnl veterans' program has been handled with .such fine success, the provisions of the new bill will he put Into operation here first of any area In the state, it was stated. CASSIXO RECONSTRUCTION IIO.Mi:, Aug. 29. OW—Plans for reconstruction of Cassino—theater oC some of the wai's ii.ost bitter fighting— have been approved and 1^5 one-family houses will be erected soon at the devastated town, the Allied control commission for Italy announced toda\ KTUTOR DIES j S.VCUA.MEXTO. Aug. HH. (UP) — | .John \Ycsley Howe, editor of (be state department of public works magazine. "California Highways and Public Works." since 19111, and i widely known former newspaperman, • died today following a two months' j illness, lie was fi7. BACKACHE, LEG FAINS MAY BE DANGER SIGN Of Tired Kidney* If backache and leg pains are making you miserable, don't hist complain and do nothing nbout tli -m. Nature may be warning you that your kidneys Deed attention. The kidneys are Nature's chief way of taking excess acids and poiaonoiis waito out of the blood. The> help most people pan about 3 pints a day. If the 15 miles of kidney tubes and filters don't work veil, poisonous waste matter stays in the blood.These poisons may _t»rt nagging bucknrhes. rheumatic pains, leg pains, loss of pep and energy, getting up nights, swelling, puffinesa under the eyes, headaches and dizziness. Frequent or scanty passages with smarting and burningsometimes shows there is something .vronq with your kidneys or bladder. Uon't wait! Ask your druggist for Doan's Tills, used successfully by millions for over 40 years. They give happy relief and will help the 13 miles of kirlncy tubes flush out poisonous waste from the blood. Get Doan s Pills. WARDS MINERAL FILL~~ INSULATION WARDS MINERAL FILL INSULATION ^$1.00- Easy to Install . . . just poor it in, level it off and the job's done, "Covers 1 8 sq. ft., 3 in. deep. 90-LB. ROLL ROOFING Ptr Roll $2.35 Covers 100 square feet... fade- proof ceramic-granule surface! Nails and lap cement Included. NEW TILEBOARD FOR YOUR HOME per tquon feof 29c The appearance of gleaming white tile ... at a fraction of the cost! Comes in brilliant white with black scored lines. Easy to clean as a china plate. Fine for kitchen, bathroom, playroom. M ontgomery Twentyofifth and Chester 'Where Parking Is Easier' Phone 7-7S71 • Full Size Standard Gas Range • All Top Burners Self- Lighting • Two Giant Super Speed Burners • Pull-Out Smokeless Broiler • Stop Catch Flat-Bar Oven Racks • Spun Glass Heat-Resisting Insulation • Spacious Utility Compartment • Top Burners Spaced to Accommodate Large Utensils Available Also for Bottled Gas BAKERSFIELD HARDWARE CO. 2015 Chester Avenue

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