The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on August 31, 1944 · Page 10
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 10

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, August 31, 1944
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1 Q Thursdoy, August 31, 1944 gahersfielb Califorman Kern Men in Service Flight Officer Frank .T. Srhiman- die, ]!!. Tall, co-pilot of a H-17 Flying Forties?, has been awarded an Oak Leaf Cluster to the Air Medal at an Kichth Air Force lias-o in England. Flight Officer Sclmmindle is the son nf Mr. nnd Mrs. \'. .1 Schim.nnrtle of Tall and bis wil'r. Mrs. Frances R. Schimandle. live.- in Tupnian. Tei hnieal Sergeant Lloyd F.lliott, former tax drivfr for Yellow <"nh Company. !in- had seven days of rest a! an air service '•i-inniaiu] rest hnnie in England, where he relaxed between mission? Sergeant. Klliott hns completed 27 missions over Europe. Among those gi -aduating from an intensive remise of liasie engineering training nl recent service schools at Cleat Lake:-. 111. was Richard II. Hi oussard, .::. son i>: Mr. nnd Mrs. «'. <;. Hionssani. K'S Monroe street. Tn ft. | Corporal James O. C.iilon, son of ! Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Callon. is now serving with the eastern command of ; l'nited States Strategic Air Forces i in Knrope. "Somewhere in Knssia." 'Uith a contingent of picked Amerl- 'can troops tjiat now staff Fnlted States bomber nnd fighter bases In tlie Soviet t'nion. .Vow soldiers of i the two nations jointly nper.'itc them. George C. Ken- iT'y. commander of the Allied Air i Forces In the southwest Pacific, has ! awarded a bronze star mednl to First '. Lieutenant Phillip V. Black. K17 I I'ico street. Tuft, for meritorious 'achievement in ihe southwest Pa- 1 cilic. Beverly I,. McGregor. i':;t; HI Cerito Drive, uas graduated recently from ; the \aval Training,' School (yoe- ' inan-W) on the Iowa State Teachers i College campus. Cedar Falls. Iowa. PEANUT BUTTER RODEO STAGED INFANTRY "COWBOYS" TAKE HOLIDAY RIDING REOPENING September 1 KERN CITY FRENCH BAKERY 717 East Twenty-first \VOIM>KI> IN KKANCK— Andrew Lope/. '.','.',. X KA-Acme staff photographer assigned to the .American Army in Franco, has been wounded while covering the Yank diive toward Paris, Lope/., a memb(;r nf tin- NKA-Aome stalC in Xew York before the war. is Ihe third casually among XKA- , \cine war photographers. One uas killed in the Pacific and another received the Purple Heart for wounds he suffered in the 1 Mod it erra nca n t bf'a I or. HV H.-M, HOYLK j WITH A.MKRICAX TROOPS IN , FRANCE, Aug. 1. (Delayed) iJPI—- | Artillerymen of the Ninetieth Infan- i try Division thrilled doughboys and i French peasants with the first old- i fashioned rodeo ever held in Nor! mandy. The rodeo was held in a pasture • during a recent b-.ittle lull with : troopers from Texas. Oklahoma. j Idaho and the Dakotas performing i the standard bulldogging. cnlfroping. : I steer riding nnd 'rick roping con- 1 j tests In n rough holiday from firing | ! their big guns in this rough and : ready war. Hy nightfall they were | i more bruised and tired than if they I had spent the day tossing hundreds ; of shells at the Germans—instead of ' being te ;sod themselves by thousand-pound steei-s. The slock for the rodeo was sup- I plied by excited French cattle ; owners and natives who gathered . from 'aims miles away to see American cowboys in khaki demonstrate the broncho busting they had seen before only in Hollywood horse < operas. There were not ny fancy silk j shirts on the riders. There were no in-gallon- hats to slap against the I heaving horses flanks but the hedgerow audience" whooped it up in the I -st tradition rf the wild west •and there were thrills and spills to •satisfy everybody. including the I pu'/./.lei! steers. : Idaho and Texas divided honor?. Corporal Glen Dismoro of Eden. j Texas, tied up the lopini' contest nnd Technician Filth Grade El/.ta "Ciiwbov" Rodden. Gooding. Iowa. .came out on top in 'he fancy riding contest. The. favorite of the farmers. however, was the wild cow milking I contest. They got more excited than ' the cows. Warren Explains G .0. P. Speech Mixup I .OS AN'GKLKS, Aug. St. (U.P.I — Governor Karl Warren explained today that the mix-tip created by last- minute changes in the speech he gave on a national radio network Tuesday night was caused by the premature release of a text by Re- puhlioan national headquarters. He said the Xew York headquarters, released the text on a hold for delivery basis without his knowledge or approval. "The N'ew York headquarters sent a draft of n suggested speech to me and it arrived the'day before the broadcast." he said. "1 worked It over and made such changes as to me seemed desirable, and then It was given to newspapermen. The first speech that earne from Xew York was merely a tentative draft submitted as <\ suggestion to me." U.S. NAVY BUILDS 65,OOOVESSELS 9,000,000 TONS ADDED IN FIVE-YEAR PERIOD BRIEF NEWS NOTES STANDARD FLY SPRAY Protects Health No sickly sweet odor. Highest killing power. Pleasant to use —stainless. STANDARD OF CALIFORNIA KILLS 'EM DEAD-flies, onts, moths, spiders, silverfish, mosquitoes u l\ FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY—FOOD CITY Meat Department FULL LINE OF FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS CHRIS and JACK QUALITY VEGETABLES Tehachapl PEARS for Canning 49 Per Lug *1 Yellow Cling PEACHES for Canning RIPE TOMATOES ib. 5 C Cantaloupes Ib, 5 AVOCADOS BLACK FIGS FRESH PRUNES HALE PEACHES and All Marketable Grapes FOOD CITY BECK'S BAKERY 1612 Eighteenth COOKIES All 2Oc Dozen OATMEAL LEMON ICC BOX CINNAMON PEANUT SUGAR OINOER BUTTER CHIP CHOCOLATE FRUIT BAM SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 1WE HAVE WHAT WE ADVERTISE! Hormel's Luncheon Meat SPAM 34c 12-oz. Can . COLD MEDAL Kitchen Tested FLOUR 59c 'bag . . S & W—8 THICK SLICES OF FANCY PINEAPPLE :29 Durkee's REAL FRESH MAYONNAISE ~ 32c Hills Bros. Delicious COFFEE 2t 61c ALL-PURE Condensed MILK 18c Regular Can . . BAKER'S DE LUXE COCOA 18c i -ib. Can .... BEST FOODS NUCOA 25c i FRESH STOCK JUST ARRIVED 12-01. S&WAPRICADE ... °" 12c Liquor Department CAMPBELL'S TOMATO Belter's Sliced Fresh Dill PICKLES Full Quart TABLETS... 45 Quart . Sacramento All-Oreen ASPARAGUS Quart .... Just Chill and S«rv« Delicatessen Dept. For Your LABOR DAY OUTING Fancy Wisconsin SWISS CHEESE ,„. 58 C Ideal with Rye Bread and a Cold Bottle Beer ASSORTED LUNCH MEATS ,„. 45 C Freshly Sliced for Sandwiches Mammoth Ripe OLIVES Full OC C Pint •€*> START THAT FRUIT CAKE NOW FOR THAT SOMEONE OVERSEAS We have just received a large shipment of GLAZED FRUITS Lemon and Orange Peel, Citron, Cherries, Harlequin Mix While It Last* Schenley's Famous CREAM OF KENTUCKY Whiskey LEROUX Dry Martini Cocktail 45 $062 «•» Senator Asks U. S. Support to Aviation WASHINGTON. Aug. 111. (UP) — Chairman Alfred L. Bulwinkle (D-N. C.), of a House subcommittee on postwar aviation, said that government must "encourage" commercial and private flying to keep it from sinking to prewar levels. Bulwinkle made his statement after the eight-man subcommittee of the House interstate and foreign commerce committee returned from an 11.Son-mile trip covering major ! cities in the western l'nited States and Alaska. "Before the war—in IMS—we were '. manufacturing MIO planes a year in this country." Ruhvinkle said. "After the war there is bound to be a great i letdown in the aviation industry un': less the government provides the necessary encouragement." House Debates State Compensation Bill "WASHINGTON. Aug. Ml. (.^) — The House defeated overwhelmingly today an effort to liberalize postwar jobless benefits, and then turned to consideration of legislation leaving unemployment compensation entirely in the hands of the states. The action came on a substitute demobilization and reconversion bill offered by Representative Dingell (D-.Mich ) which, while leaving administration to the states, would have set federal standards for jobless payments—running up to 52 weeks nt $2." weekly. It was rejected on a teller count of IRS to S4. The vote wns the first test in the House on the question of how far the government should go in mirier- writing thp job security of the working man in the postwar reconversion period. C. 1.0. Ooens State Conventionjn L. A. LOS ANGELES. Aug. •»!. (UP) — The .seventh annual state convention of the California C. I. O. opened today with addresses by State C. I. O. Director Harry Bridges and Steelworker James G. Thimmes, state president. Florida's Democratic Senator Claude Pepper, speaking on the west coast for the President's re-election, will highlight tomorrow's session. I "WASHINGTON. Aug. 31. OR— | Secretary of Navy James Korrestal said Wednesday that the I'nited j States, "the greatest naval power on j earth." has built (iS.OOll vessels of all j types in the last five years. i He said the giant armada of new j craft represents 9.000.00 tons of na- j val shipping. Of the total tonnage, approximately 36 per cent is made up of warships. 1!2 per cent of landing craft and the remainder of auxiliaries and naval vessels of other types. During the five years, the secretary told newsmen: The navy accepted a total of fi'.GOO planes. A' 20 times as many as were in its prewar air force. The combined strength of the navy, marine corps and coast guard readied 3.717.000 persons, as compared with 152,OSG on September 1, r.i:'i9. The navy was authorized to spend over $118,00(1.000,000, and expenditures now are at an annual rate more than 1~i times the 11)39 rate. Duchess of Windsor Undergoes Operation NEW YORK, Aug. 31. (#>—The I Hue hess of Windsor underwent suc- | cessfully an operation for append!1 citis at Roosevelt Hospital today, Dr. Joe K. Clemmous, medical direc- j lor. announced. The operation was performed by Dr. Henry Cave of New York, and was witnessed by Dr. Lay Martin of Baltimore, who had been in consultation. "The operation was successfully carried out and no adverse complications are anticipated," Doctor Clem- inons said. Word has readied relatives and friends in Delano of the death of Warren H. Holton. pioneer resident and businessman of Delano. He was a native of Steward. Lee county. 111., and 77 years old. lie had lived in Arizona for the past 12 years, where he was the owner and proprietor of a barber shop, at Phoenix. Interment was in Arizona with hi? sons, Corporal Allen Holton. of Fort iMD. Okla., and Leslie Holton of Los Angeles, attending. Returning to Delano from an extended vacation trip are Miss Louise Manning, member of the faculty of the Delano Union grammar schools, and her mother, Mrs. Jessie Manning, who visited with relatives at Albuquerque. N. M., Pueblo, Colo., San Francisco and Los Angeles, They were accompanied to Delano by a son and brother, Yeoman Third Class Tom Manning, and a daughter- in-law, Atrs. Robert Manning o£ Cor to Mad era. Joining his ship in the merchant marine fleet at San Francisco is Wayne Masterson who has completed a months vacation with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Otha Masterson, and family In Delano. I Spending a week's vacationat Oakland and San Francisco is Tod Conrad of the Central California Implement Company of Delano who is accompanied by Mrs. Conrad and their sons, Billy and Bobby. Visiting hi IMuiio with her mother. Mrs. R. -V. Overholser and Mr. Overholser. Is Mrs. Robert Sharp, Sr., and her son, Robert Sharp. Jr.. and Jack Whitney, all of Richmond. Able in leave the Delano Hospital on Sunday and return to his McFarland home after five weeks in the hospital following; a major opera tion was Frank Carter, employe of Kern County Road District No. 1. \V.\R DKI'ARTMKNT HOXKST CINCINNATI, Aug. 31. OP>— 11am illon county today had a 5-ccnt refund from the war department. The county paid $5:127.20 for six used trucks. A formal notice, with a nickel refund chock attached, said tin.' price should have been Siio'J'.lii. Managing the Delano office of the Southern California. Gas Company, during the two weeks' vacation Of Harry M. Rhlnehart, is L. C. Reynolds, former manager of the office now of Bakerfield. Delano friends of Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds • are happy to hear that they have adopted a fi-week-old baby daughter who has been named Linda lone. Returning to his duties at the Demo Branch Library i* Lawrence hair, librarian, who spent a three .•eeks' vacation at San Francisco, nd in Washington state and Oregon llh relatives and friends. Visiting In Delano at the homes f Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Dawson, r.. Mrs. Sarah Dawaon and Mr. nd Mrs. Charles Thomas are Mr. nd Mrs. Emery D'awson of San Rafael. Announcing the arrival of a aughter, August 28, at the Delano lospital are Mr. and Mrs. Dick 3arj'ientos of Delano. FoocffiqAts o» lOBIZIB SALT SOME AW AY I WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS FOR BAKING, TOO Made from richest, highest quality, American farm oils Money Back GUARANTEE If you ore not satisfied that the product in this package ii of the highest possible quality, your dealer will refund the purchase price. WILSON'S OLEOMARGARINE Made FRESH Daily in Southern California THE WILSON UIU'PROTECTS y*vr LUCKY for icebox raiders A "lucky" find in any refrigtrator— cool, refreshing Lucky Lager—the beer that proudly tells its age. With meals or between meals—enjay age-dated Lucky lager How much does freedom really mean to you? Our boys are fighting for it. The least we can do is buy more Wu Bonds.

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