The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 6, 1944 · Page 3
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JOINT ACCOUNTS OKAYEOBY OPA BANNED AS MEANS OF GETTING HIGHER PRICE Lakeside School Schedules Reopening September 11 Pppcifln prohibition nRainst shnr- inf; of mark-ups or joint accounts between sellers as a means of Betting over-celling prices for potatoes and onions was announced by the Fresno District OPA Office. ThiH provision, effective September 11, replaces a previous ban on joint accounts, aimed at the same result. By today's action, joint accounts entered into by seller of po- "tatoes and onions are not prohibited as lonR as they do not result in splitting of mark-tips or sales over ceiling by any seller. At the same time, OPA modified the use and the content of "manifests" that country shipper of potatoes and onions are required to post in conveyances vised for shipping potatoes and onions. Under the modification, a shipper is Klill required to include on the manifest his own name and address, the location of the shipping point and a description of the goods being shipped. However, he may state only the f. o. b. shipping 7>oint ceiling price instead of his actual selling price and he may insert his own name as the consignee when the goods are shipped unsold. The shipper is now relieved from the obligation of posting a manifest • in railroad freight cars. This exception is made, OPA said, because shippers have found it very difficult to comply with this posting requirement and because, when shipment is made by rail, the information included on the. manifest may Vie obtained from other sources, such as bills of lading. Certain of the allowances for packaging by country shippers have been slightly increased, in the case of potatoes. This is to cover increased costs of labor and material. The lakeside School will open its dors for the fall term at 9 a. m. Monday, September 11. The cafeteria will serve lunches the first day of school. Well balanced meals including milk, salad, meats, vegetables and dessert will be served at the usual cost of 15 cents per meal. Mrs. Iva Durrett. cafeteria supervisor, announces many new menus for the ensuing year. Buses will call at the usual stations the first clay with schedule changes to be announced to the children at a later date. Two additions have been made in the faculty: Miss Grace John, first grade, formerly of the Bakersfield city school, from Dos Palos, and Mrs. Morgan, eighth grade, from Iowa, who is replacing Miss Marian Christensen, away on a leave of absence to fulfill an appointment to the USO in New York. In addition to the regular program, special vocal and piano instruction will be tinder the direction of Miss Jean Baughman, and instrumental music will be given by Miss Phyllis Karris. Special clubs for grades 6 to 8 have been added to the curriculum and will be directed by the teachers of those grades and special teachers. Other faculty assignments are as follows: Mrs. Delia Campbell, grade two; Mrs. Ruth Dermody, grade three; Mrs. Inez Kepler, grade four; Mrs. Craee Cox, grade five; Mrs. Caroline Macdonald, grade six; Miss Lyndon Park, grade seven; Miss . Seabees Praise Taft USO Hospitality TAKT, Sept. 6.—A letter piaiMiiiR t'HO hospitality has been received by the board of directors of the Taft VKO from the. Thirty-eighth United States Xaval Construction Battalion, that has just completed a tour of duty in the Elk Hills area. Particular mention was made of the dances held Thursday and Saturday nights. "So far as the K\k Hills detachment is concerned the town of Taft will always be considered 'good liberty', mainly because of its excellent USO", the letter concluded. It was siprned by Commander L. A, Cllne, officer in charge. KKBKKAH MEET THURSDAY FELLOWS, Sept. B.—A regular meeting of Samaritan Rebekah Lodge No. r.5 will be held Thursday evening in the I. O. O. F. hall with Mrs. Grace Kirkland, noble grand, presiding. Have Your Eyes Examintd Open a Charga Account GLASSES • That are right for your eyes and your joh. CONSULT DR. R. F. ABRAMS OPTOMETRIST 1507 Nineteenth Street Phone 2-7335 Radio and Applianct Co. Fox Theatre Building 20IS H Strut, Dill 4-4055 Iconise Anderson, lionltli supervision and school clerk, and Mrs. Roberta Sieintm, speech therapist. The nun- certificated employes remain unchanged from last year. Alfred H. (iliintz. district superintendent, announces several improvements to the grounds during thp summer months. Theso Include cementing of the basketball and volleyball courts and the completion of a primary lavatory building located on the primary play area. The paving of the front drive area is now under consideration by the board of trustees, consisting of the following members: Grover Fugitt. president; Laz B. Sirnoni, clerk; Raymond T.,. Copus, Orlando Torigiani and Clifford Xachery. Regvilar monthly board meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month in Mr. Olantx' office nt the school. FRIENDLY GHOST—You might begin to believe in ghosts if the. weird figure above confronted you on a dark nifjlit. Taken after action in the -Pacific, it shows a signal officer on a navy aircraft carrier as ho looks to incoming pilots' he is waving nboaril. Fairfax P. T. A. Will Give Supper Friday F'ncultv tii'Mtilifrs vill h«> introduced ;ui'l pl.-ins for (In 1 n<nv venr will be mini'; when K:riil;ix I'. T. A. holds ;i I'otlurk supper Friday !it fi p. in. at .Ifl't'et son J'.-irk. Air.-'. H;II i v A\ i inlit, pi-i'Mdciit, annoum-pd (od.iv. A liirui 1 turn-out <ii' puri'iits i* mi."'d. Aniiini; plans exported to bo adopted for tin- \i';ir is tlif rominunilv niiiln proi;r:iiii conducted stirossfully by lh<> group \»*t J car, in.-coidint; to Mrs. \Vrinht. KASK.MKNT FLOOR I'AINTMI) .1. If. II.inks. buildings and grounds supervisor, said today that i Uibor Day was a day of InVmr for j Idni us lie suiirrvised a neat paint j job on the basement, floor o[ the oonrtliou.-o. Visitors to the buildinff today found the floor spotless and Kln-.viiiK with a coat of battleship gafterrtfflbCgHtornfan Wednesday, September 6, 1944 3 PEANUT BUTTER JAPS PREFER YANK DOCTORS NIPS WOULD RATHER NAB MEDICOS THAN GENERALS HOLLYWOOD, Sept. 6. (UP)—The .laps prefer to capture American doctors to American generals, Commander Glenn G. English, United .States Naval Reserve, former private physician, on leave after service at Guadalcanal, Tarawa, Saipan and Tinian, said Tuesday. "It's because they know they're so valuable," he said, "but I don't know whether that's why the Japs so often fire on hospital units. However, medical men now remove all hospital insignia marking their units—it's safer." Commander English spoke, very highly of value of blood plasma. "It's to medical men like ammunition to the artillery. It is delivered with the ammunition; medical corpsmen carry- it on their backs when they land on beachheads; they are all trained so they can assemble a unit in the dark." RATIONED FOODS Fairfax School Will Open September 11 Trustees of the Fairfax School district have set September 11 as the opening day of the new school term, with a full day's program scheduled. Hot lunches will be served at the regular 15 cents charge. The school bus schedule will remain unchanged for the present. t Regular classroom teachers who are returning to the school are Ellen Baker, Nora L. Burgess, Daisy Mae Cardoxa, Marie J. Green, Floyd P. Harris, Tsabelle Hudson and Emma B. Hunt. New members of the faculty are Mrs. IJla P. Bradley, sixth grade, Miss Delphine Hart primary grades and music, and Mark Linscott, supervising principal. Part time assistance will be given by Dale Easter, manual arts; Carvel Morton, child welfare and attendance; Ray Messinger, agriculture, and J. Schmidt, orchestra, and Miss B. Collins, speech. Mrs. Naomi Johnston will be assisted by Mrs. Hartley in the cafeteria. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Davidson will continue their services as custodians and bus drivers. School trustees C. K. Thnrnburgh, Is. Jj. Martin, and Mrs. Mazie E. Wright will nold regular monthly sessions at the Fairfax School on the third Tuesday of each month. Son, Brother-in-Law Born on Same Day FRESNO, Sept. 6. (f)—C. T). O'Dcl o£ Fresno gulped when he read a telegram from his father-in-law Harry L>. White of Manhattan Beach: "Mom in hospital. Baby boy born laxt night." He promptly dispatched anothei telegram to White: "Ruth in hospital. Baby boy born last night." His wife had acquired a son and a brother the same day. West's Largest Jewelers • 17 Stores to Serve Youl (minus Sells more DIAMONDS than any firm in the West 1434 Nineteenth Street, Bakersfield FARM FRESH/ Produce at Safeway is attractive, fine to eat, and full of vitamins— naturally! ff\\ ((J) Large or small D ryWh,tc Beans NOW POINT FREE! (Two-pound bag, 19c) (20) Figs (2) Rolle (3) Soup (3) Soup (6) Tomato Juice Sundown Brand Kadota variety Vegetable Juice Cocktail Lyndon Brand Chicken-Noodle Heinz Brand Tomato 14Vi-oi. con con IOV'2-0*. con 11 -os. con 18-ni. con Sunny Down. 46-oz. can, 21 c, plus 18 points. 10 C 11" 20-ox. con 17-OI. can (15) Pork and Beans V* Penthouse Brand—with tomato sauce (5) Corn (8) Plums — R*d Stomp* — (2) Sunnybank (2) Dalewood (1) Kraft Dinner pk ,. Country Home. Cream style. Fancy, white. Del Monte Brand De Luxe Style 13" 14' 13' 18' 18' 10' The beauty of Safeway fruits and vegetables is more than "skin deep." It's natural beauty; a radiation of freshness. Because Safeway produce is rushed from farm to store, it is sold at its peak of goodness—crisp, tender, full of vitamins. Satisfaction is guaranteed—always. ITAH TYPE CELERY Crisp, green, succulent. Use in summer salads. ' TENDER YOUNG CARROTS Just pulled. Sold by the pound. Tops are off. FRESH GREEN BEANS Crisp, tender Kentucky Wonder variety. Cook with bacon. ' FANCY BARTLETT PEARS Ripe, sweet, juicy. For fruit bowl or lunch. BLACK RIBIER GRAPES Also Red or White Malagas. Fancy table grapes. STANDARD PRUNES Firm, sweet, purple prune-plums. Delicious. ' CASABA MELONS Thick-meated, nice flavored. Sold by the pound Ib. 5 Every Criip Sated Vegetable loves NuMade MAYONNAISE COFFEE AND TEA Flavor choice Of thousands 1 -tb. Enjoy it , Iced 29' Pint 16c Tune in 'Tonight at Hoagy's", featuring Hoagy Cormichoel. 8:30 P.M. Sundays, KHJ and other Don Lee Mutual Stations. TYPICAL SAFEWAY VALUES Airway Coffee Nob Hill Coffee Edwards Coffee Vacuum packed in glass jar. Iris Coffee MJB Tea 20 India Ceylon 1-lb. jor 4-oi. pkg. 25 N.B.C. Brand Crackers with "party flavor" In sanitary carton Table Syrup Grandma's Old Fashioned Pint ytc Ritz Crackers Tea Timers Brown Sugar Sleepy Hollow Molasses Wesson Oil betll . Mayonnaise A-l Sauce Raviolis Stripes Raviolis Chicken & Noodles lar Lynden Brand Just heat and serve Tenderoni vaen ro C nT p HOUSEHOLD ITEMS The DASH that makes the DISH Superior Brand Chicken Raviolis 1-lb. Pkg. 1-lb. Pkg. Lib. 16-ox. bottlt bottl* Quart bottl* Pint ior 6-ox. bottl* 16-oi. ior 16-ox. »ar 16-ox. FLOUR PRICES Kitchen Craft Flour ' b °;; b 51 e Enriched home-type blend. 5-lb. bog, 27c. Drifted Snow Flour '^55' Sperry's enriched flour. 5-lb. bog, 29c Buckwheat Flour.ri 2 ^' 17 e For perfect hot cakes. 40-or. package, 32c. CHECK THESE VALUES! SOFTASILK Betty Crocker Coke Flour. APPLESAUCE 25 blue points. Bowman's. KC Two 8-ox. jars, 15c. OXYDOL SOAP£« G < For laundry use or dishes. SUPER SUDS Granulated soap. Blue box. BAKING POWDER 44-OZ. PKG. 20-or. CAN 25-or. JAR How to buy vegetables IVIt WONOIt how much of a fresh vegetable to buy, so there'll be plenty for everyone at the table but with the least possible amount of waste? Here at the Hbmemakers* Bureau, we had that problem presented to us. We did a lot of testing, under normal kitchen conditions. And we found some answers which you may want to keep as a "kitchen pin-up" for reference when you make out your shopping list from week to week: String •••!*•—-1 Ib. serves 3 to 4; when cooked equals 3J^ cups. •••ts—1 Ib. serves 2 to 3; sliced, equals 2 cups. •roccoll—1 Ib. serves 3. •rwM*l Sprout*—1 Ib. serves 3 to 4; when cooked, equals 3 cups. Cabbage—1 Ib. serves 3; shredded raw, equals 5 cups. Cauliflower—1 Ib. serves 2 to 3; broken, equals 2 cups. Carrott—1 Ib. serves 3 to 4; diced raw, equals 3% cups; cooked, equals 3 cups. Calory—1 Ib. serves 3 to 4; sliced* equals 3 cups. lejgplant.—I Ib. serves 2 to 3; cooked and diced, equals \% cups. Onion*-—1 Ib. serves 4 to 6; chopped, equals 2^£ cups. Parsnips—1 Ib. serves 3; cooked and diced, equals 2^ cups. ••as—1 Ib. serves 2; shelled, equals 1 cup. Potatoes, Swoot—1 Ib. serves 2 to 3; cooked and mashed, equals 1^ cups. Potatoes, White —1 Ib. serves 2 to 3; cooked and diced, equals 2 cups. Rutabagas or Turnips—1 Ib. serves 3; cooked and mashed, equals 2 cups. Spinach—1 Ib. serves 3; firmly packed but uncooked, equals 3 cups. 24-oz. PKG. Steak Sale r/ CEREALS lif * ' Morning Glory Oats Choice of quick coo Quaker Oats 20-o». pkg. Choice of quick cooking or regular style. Quick or 20-oz. regular pkg. Carnation Wheat cQ ± k JJJ* 11* 8-01. Oc 12' 13* For tender, fine-flavored steak—buy at your Safeway. Select a T-bone, Club, Porterhouse or Sirloin steak to broil; or a Round steak to swiss. All are guaranteed to please—or money back! Note the special prices. This Grade is "POINT FREE" l Cook Nabisco 100% Bran Corn Flakes pkg. Grade AAorA Ib. Grade B Ib. Kellogg'i ll-oz., 8c pkg. Ivory Soap Old English Lor £ 5s ' ze Serat £r w - ng FRESH MILK Lucerne Brand Grade A pasteurized. Pir Quart 14 wMt* **•*. LOOT "•MAD IS BASIC" Canterbury TEA FANCY BLACK TEA 1 2-lb. pkg. 39c i/ 4 .&. Mb.pkg.77c "«• (13) SIRLOIN Enjoy one of these steaks broiled. (14) T-BONE Also Club or Porterhouse steak. (15) ROUND Fine flavored steak. Guaranteed. (10) ROAST Fancy oven roost. 7-inch cut. m m HrV UfiniVDO Special Low Price This Week tAlivI IflMIMId At Your Safeway! Plan o wiener roast for this week-end. These are excellent quality, delicately seasoned. DRY SALT PORK , !£« GROUND BEEF Use for seasoning beans. Ib. *W State inspected. In Viskmg. W e PORK LIVER Sliced. Fry with bacon. PRIME RIB Grade AAorA Ib. Grade AAorA Ib. Grade AAorA Ib. 39" 47" 38° 30« Grade 6 Ib. Grade 6 Ib. Grade B Ib. 33" 41° 33" 29" Grade C Ib. Grade C Ib. Grade C Ib. Grade C Ib. 29"! 36° 30° 26" PURE LARD In one pound size packages. NOTE: Fiaurti in portnthtm above indicate r«d points per pound. . 24 - Some Safewoyi do not carry ad gr«d«t Itetotf. Tht«« prkt*/ tlt«pt on fr»»h produce, «rt in oHxt through Saturday, September 9.1944. SAFEWAY 'THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO" The sterws o* Aleiondtr Dumas, brought »o m kr Monte Cristo Wines. Tuesdays. 1:00 P.M., KHJ cej other Don Loo Mutual Stotwit.

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