The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 31, 1944 · Page 8
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8 Thursdoy, August 31, 1944 Sakerrffdb California!* between SHARING /^SHEARS M> MAK A move has recently been instituted in the California Legislature to obtain iM-hour schools for boys and girls. Senator J. K. Dorsey proposes that in the postwar period that army post buildings that will be abandoned be used for such schools that should be maintained for unruly boys and girls or orphan!!. The subject of 24-hour schools to be maintained by the state brings up the question of where the responsibility of parents ends and that of the state begins. The continuing rise in juvenile delinquency points to the failure of the home, the breakdown in religious training, and the lark of sulticient time in the ordinary school to compensate for the needed training in self-discipline that many youths are missing. For years, families of secure finances have often sent adolescent boys and girls to hoarding schools and tn military academics for training that the parents realized that they had'nl or couldn't give their children. Such training was deemed "an advantage." Twenty- four hour schools may be an "advantage," also for boys and girls whose families cannot afford the costlier institutions but who would benefit from being under stricter and more objective discipline than that which parents can give. Most parents desire the best for the children and are willing to make adjustments when they realize that they are failing or Unit their chili! or children need different associates and environment. SAtXDERS | It is less costly for the state to help in defraying the cost of such education and change in environment that to allow the pre- delinquent, to become the delinquent child and then to become the adult criminal. The only alternative is for society to be more realistic in its attitude toward parents that permit children to continue to offend In the matter of petty thefts and unsocial behovior, and for the juvenile courts to take a stern attitude toward such misdemeanors. A policewoman recently maintained that parents are often indifferent to I lie calls made to the borne by her and have even aided and abetted the child in concealing stolen gtiods or making excuses for repeated offense. Probably a combination of the two more logical attitudes is necessary to curb juvenile delinquency, due to take action against parents when they are indifferent to juvenile court warnings and two to place children in IM-bour schools when it is obvious that the home is unsuitable or completely uncooperative in helping children to form better character trait and habits. MISSOURI CLl-B In order that plans for the fall months and for serving the T.'SO may be discussed, a potluck dinner and meeting for all members of Missouri Club will lie held at (i p. in. Friday at the Jefferson Park. Mrs. M. (.!. Mears. president of the group, announced today. Key to Lasting Peace Tht: war achievement of American workers, staying patriotically on the job, will have earned them the respect of all nations. By their example, men everywhere will have gained new hope for the right to live in freedom — with fair rewards for their individual enterprise. To hold that right must be the concern of all men striving for a better tomorrow in a world of peace.' Roinitf (rawing Company • San Fronclico • toi Angtlti Sanitary District Slates Election Officers of North of River Group to Be Named Sept. 18 Xor! MisoiiH'r anil K. (',. Uiilusliiiw ' will oppose J,ion;il W. Kortuno and : Kohort I >. Shaw fo: 1 posts on North : of Hie Jlivpp Sanitary district board | when election is held September IX, ; it was announced today by (,'. \V. Howard, secretary of UK; district, following; the opening of petitions on file. S. 15. Tatnin, district assessor, who filed for re-election to that office is unopposed, the secretary said. Tho election -will be held in three consolidated precjnots, accordinR to Mr. Howard. Precinct No. 1 will servo the district area north of the Oilfield branch of Southern Pacific Kallroad, Precinct No. •> for the. area between the. railroad and the Beardsley Oiiiiil, including Oildalc. and Precinct No. ;t for all territory south of the canal and north of Kern Kive.r. Standard School Gets ODT Okay for Bus —,— _.— KeKistraitoii of new pupils is pro. gressiiiK and everything is in readiness for the opening of the Standard School on September 5, according to the announcement of N. II. Karn- ham, district superintendent. The ODT has Kiven permission for the, district to run another bus, and all kindergarten, first and second grades will be transported to and from school beginning Wednesday, .Sep. tember (i. Bus schedules will be announced on Wednesday to students. The cafeteria will be open for business on Tuesday, with a 15 cents plate lunch in- individual dishes X cents each, two for If! cents. A general teachers' meeting j.-- scheduler! for Friday, at II o'clnck, in the morning in the auditorium. Beet Sugar Leader Will Fly toMeet AViley Blair. Jr.. president of the Holly Sugar Beet Company, will be piloted In fin airplane from his home in San Francisco by Henry Von Berg, to Bakersfield to attend the sugar beet meeting which is scheduled for 7 p. in. Thursday, at Hotel Kl Tejon, according to Emory Gay Hoffman, manager of the Kern County Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Von Berg is the first man in California, to obtain a. private pilot's license? since the attack on Pearl Harbor, Mr. Hoffman stated. Stores, Offices Will Be ClosedLabor Day Bakersfield stores will lie closed on ],abor Day, September 4, according to a bulletin received today from the merchants division of the Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce. The division has recognized that Labor Day is one of the official holidays of the year, and has therefore issued the announcement that this observance he kept. Federal and state offices, banks, the courthouse, city hall, chamber of commerce, and all other offices will also he closed. "Ideal Lapidary Shop" in Local Home Is Described According to the last Issue of Mineral Votes and News, publication of the r.'alifoi nia Federation of Miner- Jalogical societies, edited by Paul Van| derKike of this city, the Kern j county mincrnlok'ical Kroiip recently i made, a I'ifl.l trip to tlie "ideal home j lapirlary shop" of the K. P. Van Semens, of this city. i The shop, just apart from the I home, is about as completely equip- I p<»d as a lapidary shop could be. the i article says. The spacious workroom hay conveniently placed equipment for cutting, polishing and faceting any rough stone desired and also space enough to display to advantage the product this artist has j achieved. Hundreds of beautiful cabochons. and other jewels were on exhibition in glass cases, the achievements of Mr. Van Leiiven In the few years he has pursued his hobby. Tons of material collected by Mr. Van Jjpuvnn, and several of his friends, may be found in a store space adjoining the building. A chicken potluck dinner was served, topped off with watermelon, Mr. and Mrs. Van Leuvcn being assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Gunnar Peterson. It was announced by Mr. Peterson, president of the group, that the September meeting in the Coca-Cola salesroom would begin the regular routine of the society for the year. Men, Attention! Victory Depends on Heavy-Duty Tires We are failing to produce the tires which our armed forces require to win a speedy victory Failure to meet tire production schedules is the result of a manpower shortage in tire plants You Can Help Now! by Taking a Job in a Los Angeles Tire Plant Good paying and permanent jobs are available to you in the Los Angeles plants of the following rubber companies: Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. B. F. Goodrich Co. U. S. Rubber Co. You may obtain an employment interview with representatives of these companies Thursday and Friday, August 31, September 1, at the United States Employment Service 1300 Seventeenth Street Bakersfield, California You Are Needed! No previous experience in the tire industry is necessary. Oil Well Gun Perforating Explained at Lions Meet Oil well mm perforating was explained to Lions Cluli members at it noun meeting of the organization yesterday at Hotel id Tejon by Don Hall, of the McCulloilch Oil Tool Company. ' Introduced by Lions President Thomas Cox, the speaker explained that the gun perforator has enabled drillers to get oil from the stratus at shallow levels which were overlooked before the development of j the tool in !!»:::! when it was the i practice to drill only to known pro- j ducing horizons. As lug); as 400 grains of slow burning powder, which will withstand momentarily up to o(HI degrees fahrenheit, can be used. The gun. which is lowered into the well, by a cable in which is enclosed a copper core, is fired electrically, the speaker explained. Methods have been devised whereby as any as (>0 holes can be made at a time. Thus it requires from 00 to 72 hours for a job of 3000 holes at 5000 feet. By making perforations fn oil and gas areas it is possible to produce a flowing well in which the gas forces the oil up to the surface of the ground, the speaker said. Accident Victim's Fruit Haulers May Condition Is Fair Get Tires for Harvest .Tiisi.' Martin' 1 /. ~>'l, 17!!1 .Forrest street, is in Mercy Hospital today as a result, of a collision Wednesday "t 10 a. in. at Fourteenth and If streets involving automobiles driven by Martinez and Joseph E. Brand, OS, Uoule t;, I'.ox :;.">!, P.akersfieUl, according to the city police depart- mnent. Hospital officials describe Martinez's condition as fair. Four-year-old Jxiletln Dermey unlatched the rear door of the automobile driven by her mother, Mrs. Loletta Denney, Ttoute 11, Box 170, Fresno, and fell out, suffering minor injuries Wednesday at 3:15 p. m., at Greenfield intersection, according to the California Highway Patrol. The child was given treatment at Kern General Hospital and dismissed. Weather Forecast Given for Valley The weather forecast for the fann- ers of the southern San Joatiuin valley, as prepared by the United States weather bureau in co-operation with the Kern county farm adviser's office of the agricultural extension service, is reported to be: "I/owing temperatures with a maximum today of 'Jl and a low temperature tonight of 50. These temperatures are expected to range through Friday and Saturday. The lower temperature and higher humidity expected the next three days is not satisfactory cotton growing weather. Fruit ripening will tend to slow up and not ripen as rapidly as over the past five days. Yesterday's highest was !)7 degrees." Woods Takes Fire Chief Post Friday Fire Chief E. E. Woods will resume his duties in the Bakersfield fire department Friday after a year's leave of absence, according to Acting' Chief 13. F. Kimery. Kimery leaves for a two week's vacation Friday and upon his return will be deputy lire chief, he said. Kern county fruit haulers will be able In secure trees during the harvest season, the Office oC Defense Transportation announced today. ODT officials explained that the army has released 3700 truck tires to help the critical tire shortage for agriculturalists in central and northern California. Tho tires, which will be in two sizes, will augment the current inventories of tires rather than raise the quotas in the area. Regular dealers will have the tires available, but their sales will be restricted to fruit haulers, it was explained. Other counties affected by this order are Fresno, Merced, Madera, Tulare, Yolo, Tchania, Butte, Glenn, Colusa, Sutler, Yuba, Salano. Sacramento, Contra Costa, San Jaoquin, Stanislaus, and Kings. Reduce the Comfortable AYDS Way Don't wear yourself out with tiresome exercises. Don't give up all the foods you like. In clinical tests under the direction of medical doctors more than 100 persons lost an average of 14 to 15 Ibs. average in a few weeks with the AYDS Vitamin Candy Reducing Plan. Try it yourself. " Phon* S-5851 Notions Main Floor Weill's COVERS THE FALL FASHION FRONT Exclusive With Us—Advertised Nationally in Fashion Magazines (Featured in MADEMOISELLE) A soft little suit, accessory wise, and very elegant! Smartly styled with shoulder detail in self cord. Ill fine, pure wool. FASHIONS (Featured HARPER'S BAZAAR) Cover girl glamour in this Swansdown dressmaker suit. Beautifully made in gray wool . . . the jacket brightened by vivid red cross stitching and matching plastic buttons. Styled by Swansdown!-. . . A supremely versatile pair . . . each ready to do a hard day's work, and then, go to a gala evening with ruffled smartness. Typical of the many wearable and workable fashions in our new Swansdown collection. . 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