The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 20, 1944 · Page 5
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Rehearsals Begin for IheMessiah" Rehearsals began last nlpht for the twelfth annual presentation of "The Messiah" (Handel) at First Baptist church at 7:30 p. m. The famous oratorio will be presented by Baptist Messiah chorus on December 10 at the church, with Leroy G. Gates directing, preceded by "The Star Spangled Banner" which will bo broadcast from the church. Mrs. Ronald Clark will be at the organ. Rehearsals will be held on alternate Tuesday nights. Mr. Gates is cordially inviting all interested persons to be present tonight, the first rehearsal, as it is helpful to have fingers rehearsing throughout the period. Ninety persons presented, the M«*isiah last year. Use of Red Cross Cartons Clarified Cartons announced as available at Red Cross headquarters on M street, are for packages to prisoners of war only, and not for sending Christmas Sifts to overseas servicemen, accord- Ing to Mrs. Mabel Ellery, executive secretary. Several persons have applied for the cartons, misunderstanding their use, Mrs. Ellery said, in tflaking the clarification. SHARING Safeertftfelb Calif orttfan Wednesday, September 20,1944 By MAE The Italian Federation of Univer- Ity Women has risen from Its underground existence under Fascism and has been revived m Rcme, according to a news item published recently in the new Rome weekly, II Partlgiano. News of the revival of the Italian women's organization came through the International Federation of University Women In London. The Italian Federation was suppressed by the Fascist order in 1935, but it was continued as an underground movement under the name of Biblloteca Isabella Grass!. Records at the A. A. U. W. headquarters showed that Isabella Urassi was the president of the Italian organization at the time it was suppressed. The president managed to keep the membership in touch with each other by operating a "library" under her own name. But Italian women.were not able to communicate with the women of other countries for nine years of Fascism. Women can realize their importance and influence when Fascist forces attempt to suppress them with the slogan that women's place is solely in the home and the rear- My Motfier and Saturday Nights made me what I am today... I T'S A DAMP WORLD as far as Slim Davis is concerned. Although Slim claims his mother is the cause of it all... by making him soap not once, but thrice, each Saturday night ...the fact, is Slim is a very patient — painstaking man. So a'Gilmore Independent Dealer has him washing cars. Nothing else. And Slim, through the years, has become just about the best car-washing specialist on the continent- according to his boss. Try getting all of your car service fromaGilmore Dealer ...you'll be surprised how an experienced man really knows how to make your car look better, run better, last longer. N I Y BY INUl INDENT OiAIF SAUNDEUS ing of children for a war machine. Is the woman's sole concern. Women the world over revolt at this idea. Women are beginning to see clearly their roles are more than serving as the mothers of the race, but that they must be the thinking mothers of the race, also. Women will Tie glad to welcome the Italian women back into the confraternity of free women. European women, as thinking mothers and as citizens, formed the biggest underground movement in the cause of justice and liberty that the race has known. What women taught their children in secret during these years is more important than the arms of the Allies that liberated them. Free thought must ultimately result in freedom of action and women intelligently informed are the greatest teachers of the race. Nor do university women take ajl the credit for the intellectual underground of Europe, but they are proud of the leadership their women gave and are giving to the movement. American university women's leadership has counted and will continue to count with the women of Europe what women do here will be watched by liberated women of Europe. Bakersfield Branch of American University Women is fulfilling a fine community responsibility in sponsoring here the "American Postwar Adjustment Forum" with three informed and brilliant speakers in the field of international relations, labor and industry, and population trends. Offered on September 28 -at the Washington School auditorium, this forum will bring to local hearers important considerations of questions of the day. The forum is open to both men and women. University women have a belief in education and this is one method of expressing that belief by offering diversified views on subjects of interest to everyone. Open questions will be Invited at the forum. Proceeds will be used by the club for its war work and for the education program of the club that supports adult education in its own groups. It is more Important for women's groups to sponsor public dibcussions than to sponsor parties. Former Toft Resident Is Drowning Victim TAFT, Sept. 20. —Word has been received here of the drouning of Morris Grossman, former resident of Taft, August 27, at Lake Gregory. Mr. Grossman was formerly employed at Gardner Field as a sheet metal worker in the sub-depot niain- :enance department. He was transferred to the Ferry Command In Long Beach a year ago. He is sur vived by his wife and son, Robert who now live at 461 North Firs avenue in Los Angeles. FRATERNAL To Meet Thursday Bakersfield White Shrine Socia Club will hold Its first fall meetin Thursday at the home of Mr. an., Mrs. William Seeger, 309 East Nine eenth street. All members are urgec o attend. Plans will be discussed for a rummage sale; a social houi will follow. A new Pacific Finance Loan office at 1712 CHESTER AVENUE BAKERSFIELD .ven the best-conditioned pocketbooks need help at times. So, when your pocketbook finds the going a bit too rough, visit your Pacific Finance Branch...for a quick private loan...or for horse-sense advice and counsel on consolidating debts and simplifying your financial problems. Remember when you need cash you can borrow up to $1000 on one of these convenient loan plans, on your: Automobile Furniture Salary Livestock You'll like the friendly and helpful way Pacific Finance serves its customers Your branch manager is: L. D. Leochner The address is: 1712 Chester Avenue; Phone 2-3337 ROEBUCK and CO. 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