The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 21, 1944 · Page 6
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 6

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6 Thursdoy, September 21, 1944 (Eftc gafacrgfiflb Californian TENPLAN Smart.. .in more ways than onel • When you have a TENPLAN checking account, you don't have to carry a. lot of cash in your purse and your cancelled checks are not only your receipt, but they help you keep your budget in order. Save time, trouble, tires and gasoline! Open your TENPLAN checking account at any branch. Ten checks cost $1 in a neat packet for your pocket or purse. With TENPLAN checks you need keep only enough money in the bank to cover the checks you write. IBmtk of America NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Marine Auxiliary, League Name Heads TVniainlng 1 rifflcpx were fillrrl for tlie Marine forps f,eap\ie anil Marine Corps T,O:I£»JP \Yomfn's Atixil- iaiy last night at politick dinner Jiieetinus of the two orgnnizations at AIiMnorl.il b<ill. aeeording to Auxiliary Judge Advocate Mrs. t!uy Henn'-tt. New officers r>leeted and appointed for the league are paymaster. Vern Criilci : chaplain, .Iiihn O. Farley: temporary chief of staff. Albert West: .judge AVelicr: serge; Kruger. and i firer. Jack \VI lie. dvoeale. Holla ml T. it nl' guard. Henry •tachmont service of- Joint install; IIP field Orlobe •! at mori.-il ball. Plans were made tin 1 annual Marino dame at lintel Kl league's birthday vemb' 1 !' 1". tion cf-i onion IPS R p. m. in last nlKlit ('orps will Me- for tlip No- Former Local Man Succumbs in South Following a long Illness, former ! Bakersfield resident. Osrar Shapiro, i fi", died September IS at a Los An- j geles hospital. It was reported here i today. Funeral services were held : September 20 at 1 p. m. at Oro- nian's Mortuary, Los Angeles. Interment was in the family plot at Congregation Beth Israel Cemetery, Los Angeles. Mr. Shapiro came to Bakersfield in U'li.'. leaving the city In 1931'. He was a charter member and active worker in the Congregation Bnai' Jacob, and was owner of Shapiro's Army and Navy Store. Surviving Mr. Shapiro are his widow. Mrs. Fa mile Shapiro: his son. Bennie Shapiro; two daughters. Sarah Rrounsteln and Mollie Black, and a brother. George Shapiro, all 1 of l.os AMgeles. You Gm't Kecp a Good One Quiet! Drinks sparkle out loud when they're mixed with Canada Dry Water. Its "PIN-POINT CARBONA- BIG BOTTLE TION" insures liveliness 15 to the last sip. Plus deposit M«mt*r Fedml Dfpoiit Insuring Corporation « Member Fedfral Rrifrve Syttcm CANADA DRY WATER FATIIKII-.\NI)-SOX OBI.HJ.ATIOX—Frank V. Harrison, commander of Private Harold Brown Post No. HGS, Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United Slates, Is shown at a recent meeting obligating John Oliver Harries, Sr., 1"01 California, \\~orld War I veteran and deputy Kern county clerk, and his son, John Oliver Harries, Sr., who, wilh seven battle citations, has just returned from 14 months service in the United States Navy in the Aleutians and Pacific theaters of war, bis last overseas duty being at Guam. John Hayes, member, and Kdward Stewart, officer of the day, witnessed the obligation. Kdward Sewell, commander of Taft Post No. 1!)OS, V. F. W., presented the badge of the order, the Cross of Malta, to the new comrades. Constitution Will Be Featured at Meet Frank R. Tteynolds Post. American Legion, will hold Its regular weekly meeting at the t.egion hall this evening, according to Frederick K. Hoar, post commander. Under auspices of the post Americanism committee, Hay Neidet'fer, chairman, the feature of the evening session will be an address on the Constitution of the United States by the Honorable Alfred Sle- mon, local attorney and mayor of the city, in commemoration of Constitution week, now being observed by Legion posts throughout the country. Mr. Neideffer stated that the Kern County Bar Association, through James Vizzard. president, has worked with the Legion to furnish speakers on the Constitution to schools, civic and fraternal groups, in line with the co-ordinated program of the National Bar Association and the American Legion. Co-operation between the attorneys of the city and the American Legion to provide competent speakers on these occasions has been a vearly feature of the observance of Constitution week, according to Mr. Neideffer. .Refreshments will follow the meet- Ing tonight as usual, the commander stated. Local Tennis Star Is Realty Speaker Loiiisn Snow, Bakcrsfiold tennis star just returned from niAches in the oast, and Colonel Howifrd Nichols, hack from L'S months in the South Pacific, told their experiences before the Uakersfleld Realty Board at a nodn meeting Wednesday. Colonel Nichols, a former member of the group, was introduced by Member Ralph Smith. He answered questions about the places he had visited overseas. AtIss Snow gave a brief record of her progress in the eastern tennis circuit and offered thanks to ^the Bakersfield and Kern County Chambers of Commerce who sponsored her trip. Business portion of (he meeting was taken up by a reading of 'bylaw chnnges by Elmer F. Karpo and appointment of representatives to the Kern County Chamber of Commerce meeting Wednesday evening at Holel Kl Tejon. Those planning to attend are w. F. Bray, Mr. Karpe and Claude 17. Blodget. YOU CAN'T BUY more in aspirin than the assurance of quality and purity guaranteed when you buy St. Joseph Aspirin, world's largest eeller at 10(!. Demand St. Joseph Aspiri^. Gas Firm Employe Burned on Face, Arms Eiiriiinsr gas from a main which he was helpiiiK lay for the Southern j California (!as Company at Highland i Drive and Ilurrle avenue, caused C.'ha i leg HaRcnson, -I:;. ;',(l,"i Wilson si reel. 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