The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 22, 1944 · Page 5
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 5

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, September 22, 1944
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Jrank Meat Co. Semi-Weekly "Zooms" Howdy, Folks! . . .The other night when that Kansas rain hit us here in Bakersfield it looked for a few minutes as if we would be blown right off the road. This reporter was returning from the thriving community of Pumpkin Center, about 10 miles southwest of Bak» ersfield, where Frank Meat Company Market No. 6 is located. And say, folks, speaking of that said meat market .. . Frank's No. 6 ... we have a lady out there who certainly is a good butch- erette. Stella Redman is her name and for you people who want the best in meats as well as friendly, courteous service, just stop in at Pumpkin Center's Frank Meat Company Market No. 6 and you'll know what I mean. . Now, about that Kansas rain I spoke about. John Warnock, mayor of Oildale, halls from Kansas and he claims those dust storms are typical Kansas rains Well, folks, the stock show and foods fair is in full swing and you people who like good livestock better rush right out to the fairgrounds and see the wonderful exhibits out there from all over the county . . . and see the splendid work our future farmers are doing in livestock. And say, folks, that ain't all. Frank Meat Com- t pany's six busy markets are known throughout the entire community as friendly, courteous . . . up and a-comin' places to buy meat. We got a lot of meat on hand this week end and if you all don't hurry right down and buy it, we don't know what to do with It. * Your's for good meats and fewer Kansas rains. 'MEAT the people at Frank Meat Company's six busy markets. Frank'i Reporter Dewey to Outline Social Security Program in L. A. Continued From rage One There were shouts of "We don't want another Hoover" and "Get along, Small Potato!" Dewey checked in at the Biltmore Hotel for a press conference and series of meetings preceding his major address from the huge Memorial Coliseum tonight. The address, which will be broadcast at 8 p. m., Pacific war time, over the National Broadcasting Company network, will be a fol- lowup to last night's speech from San Francisco when he promised, if elected, to find a middle road between "New Deal regimentation" and "a reactionary philosophy of dog-eat-dog" to postwar jobs and security for all without loss of personal or political freedom. A round of meetings with loaders f the aircraft and motion picture ndustrles, labor organizations and inlltlcal groups precede the evening address. Dewey and his party were accompanied by Governor and Mrs. Sari Warren as they moved south nto the populous Los Angeles area which holds 40 per cent of the state's nearly 4,000,000 voters. A representative delegation of •Cern county residents joined the Republican forces of southern Call- ornia In Los Angeles today in tho nammoth reception of Governor Thomas E. Dewey. Several Kern resident* were gussts at the luncheon In the Biltmore hotel and othera >lanned to join the group attending Sovernor Dewey's address In Los Angeles Memorial coliseum. Those who attended the luncheon representing Bakersfield and • other When you're feeling low because your stomach is acting up, get back on the beam with toothing PBPTO- helps bring prompt relief from the distress of sour, sickish upset stomach—acts to retard gas formation and simple diarrhea. Tastes good tnd does good. When your stomach it upset, take soothing PEPTO-BISMOL. A NORWICH PRODUCT __ SOLVOID points in Kern county included Senator Jess R. Dorsey of Bakersfield; Colonel Howard Nichols of this city, recently returned from the Pacific theater of war where he was port superintendent at Guadalcanal; Mrs. Albert S. Goode, chairman, and Mrs. Harry R. Hammett, vice-chairman of Kern county unit of Pro- America and members of the state Republican committee and the Kern County Republican Central committee; Mrs. John Ozanich, executive secretary of Bakersfield Republican headquarters, all of Bakersfield. Representing the West Side Republican Club at the Los Angeles luncheon were Kenneth Pruiett and Everett Birchfield. Others who will attend the public address in the Coliseum include Miss Margaret Kahler, West Side campaign manager; Richard Casey, W. D. Adkisson and Alan Bowen, all of Taft; Mr. and Mrs. James R. Varner and son, Claude Varner, of Oildale; and E. J. Font Le Roy of Bakersfirld. The address will be broadcast over the Blue Network, stations KMJ, Fresno, KPO, San Francisco, and KFI, Los Angeles. Dewey made his initial bid for California's 25 electoral votes last night before an overflow crowd of 15,000 persons who jammed San Francisco's Civic Auditorium to hear the G. O. P. nominee charge that the Roosevelt administration has "failed utterly" to solve the problem of political freedom and economic security. "Saturated as it is with the defeatist theory that America is past its prime, the New Deal can see only two possibilities for America— ever increasing regimentation as one alternative, and reaction as 'he other," he charged. "It believes that economic security can only be purchased at the price of freedom. "That argument is false. Or people do not want to see this country dragged further and further toward complete government control over every aspect of our lives. Neither do we want to go back to the reactionary philosophy of dog-eat-dog." There is a middle ground, Dewey insisted, which Involves a limited amount of government intervention into the dally lives of business, industry and agriculture. "Whether we like it or not, and regardless of the party in power, government Is committed to some degree of economic direction," he said. "Certain government measures to influence broad economic conditions are both desirable and inevitable." For example, Dewey said there should be limited government control of money and credit to keep interest rates atable, a government work program to take up the slack in employment which private enterprise cannot absorb, and support prices on basic agricultural products. lie promised that the days when men and women "had to work for whatever they could get" are gone forever. "Government's first job in the peacetime years ahead will be to see that conditions exist which promote widespread job opportunities in private enterprise," he said. "There are many means to that end, including the creation of foreign markets and the promotion of foreign trade. If at any time there are not sufficient jobs in private employment to go around, then government can and must create additional job opportunities." Dewey said he did not mean jobs on the federal pay roll. "If all of us should go to work for the government." he began, pausing as the crowd laughed uproariously at ^he unintentional humor of the remark, F. D. R> Comments on Pearl Harbor Continued From Page One House two messages bused on the Ausliiilmn information. The offk-ei- who delivered the second warning. Church declared, told the White House: "This looks like a surpri sp a I tack on 1'earl llurlior and a midnight attack on the Philippines." Church read the House what Vie said was a notarized statement by Sidney C. Graves. Washington insurance man and West Point graduate, saying that at a dinner on December 7, 1942, Dlxon told him, Senator Homer- Ferguson (R., Mich.) and others in substance: "About 72 hours before Pearl Harbor, I received a flash warning from rny naval intelligence that a Japanese task force was at sea and Australia should prepare for an attack; '24 hours later this was confirmed with a later opinion o£ intelligence that the task force was apparently not filmed at Australian waters and perhaps was directed against some American possessions. "Finally on December T, 1941, my intelligence stated, '\Ve urn saved. America is in the war, Pearl Harbor has been bombed.' Church presented the affidavit after House Democratic Leader John \V. McCormack told the House that he was authorized by the war, navy and state departments to say that they had no advance warning of the Japanese attack. 3rttr«ffeTb CaWflntta! MLE DRY SHERRY TAWNY PORT MADEIRA MUSCATEL" SAUTERNE CAIERNET CHAILK IURCUNDY To enhance your reputation as a host, serve your guests Croix Royale. These are the wines that glorify the art of dining! They arc produced by experts from carefully selected grapes grown in the rich, sunny San Joaquin valley. Croix Royale ... the choice of epicures! CAMEO VINEYARDS COMPANY FRESNO, CALIFORNIA Growers • Producer* • B o 111 e r \ "Sorry, No Stop-Over This Trip" Ordinarily range cattle stop over at feed-lota on their way to market. There they are finished on full feed to make the fat-marbled steaks and roasta that Americans love to eat. But this fall, as you know, range-fed cattle are reaching market in tremendous numbers right off the pastures and meadows of ranches and farms. The beef from these cattle will, of course, be leaner than much of the beef we are accustomed to eating. Educating consumers to know the advantages of this leaner beef is a problem of the livestock and meat industry. We, at Swift & Company, realized this situation would develop and months ago went to work on it. We are doing everything we can think of to promote the consumption of "Utility Grade" beef, as it is classed by Government inspectors. Here's what we are doing to help merchandiae your range-fed beef: 1. MWO-On 199 Blue-network stations, we are using The Breakfast Club hour once a week for six weeks to tell miUionsof house wives how . to prepare and serve leaner cuts of meat, a. SATURDAY CVENHM POST awl Uff-Double-page advertisements, in color, tell the same story to millions of readers. S. NOME ECONOMISTS' MMAZMI»-Mora double- page, color advertisements explain the problem to an important group of women leaders. 4.FOOD TRADE PUBLICATIONS-Advertisements in 14 of these papers tell meat dealers how to promote the sale and consumption of range- fed beef. 5. SWIFT DEALERS—Our dealers have received a special bulletin which brings them effective store-tested selling suggestions. We have also supplied them with extensive store display material. «. SPECIAL PftOMOTIONS-Recipes and information have been distributed to women's editors of magazines and newspapers, to home economists and to housewives. We have been working on this problem constantly since last'June. We will continue to merchandise range-fed beef with all the "know-how" at oar command until the beef marketing situation returns to normal. SWIFT & COMPANY CHICAGO 9, ILLINOIS Friday, September 22, 1944 5 MONTOOM1RY WARD MONTGOMERY WARD'S ALL WOOL SWEATERS**! STURDY BUT SO SOFTI BEAU DURA SFUN-LO RAYON PANTIIS 3.98 49c •IQ SAVING ON HERRINGBONE WORK OUTFITS 3.18 Warm soft sweaters In the finest All Wool. Bulky knit sDpon style. In six wonderful colors —»pink, blue, green, purple, cherry, brown. Sizes 34-40. Your favorite styles In a finer knit rayonl Famous for fit I Comfortable elastic backs! Small, medium, large sizes. Extra Sizes. • »...«.._59« Our ceiling price for these matched outfits is $3.45! Well made, sturdily stitched and Sanforized—to keep their neat appearance J Save at Wards. MIN'S 100% WOOL SPORT COATSJOR PALI 14.75 Blrthdoy volue! Plenty of style in handsomely tailored, quality fa- brier—for long, smart wearl Plaldi, checki, herringbones, wilds in new fall shades. VALUE I UNFINISHED PLAY YARD 5.88 Smooth surfaced, ready to paint yourself. Sturdy Western cabinet wood construction. GAY! FIBIR WASTE BASKETS As lew m 69c Just arrived at Wards! A sprightly collection of sturdy baskets i«i In a wide variety of decorative patterns adaptable to any type room. Colorful prints, yet wash- ab/ef Various sizes! BAIY WONT TIP THIS HIGH CHAIR legt spread wide to prevent tipping. Adjustable tray and foot" rest. Sturdy! Roomy I MINERAL PILL INSULATION SALE! fop e»vwn ft 19. IT*/ 3 IB* 0MH 90c Easy to install ..: just pour it in, level it off, and the job's done. Lightweight! Fireproof—not even the flame of a blow-torch can ignite it! Keep your home warmer in winter, cooler in summer! Salel SHOWER STALL PRICE SLASHED! 37.95 SALE! WARPS "KWIK START" If-MartA 5.48 100 ump-hr. cnpndty ... no other popular-car battery has more! 4ft heavy duty plates! Save now ! Sale! Winter King: 2-year guarantee, long-life, wood-glaRS insulation, 45-nlate, 100-amp-hr. capacity 6.68 ex. 4-Day Salel Gleaming white enameled sides, strong steel frame and one-piece receptor make mis shower stall outstanding. Complete with all fittings, and curtain at this pricel WARD'S SUPREME SPARK PLUGS 36c Compare with famous brands... then get Wards low sale pricel Finest porcelain insulator : . ; long-life electrodes... leakproof copper gasket! Get a set now! Sale ends Saturday! SALEI 90-LBe ROLL ROOFINO 2.08 Economical and good-looking on homes ... practical and colorful on barns and garagesl Tempered asphalt surfaced with ceramic granules. Roll covers 100 sq. ft. Nails and cement included I GRANULATED ROCK WOOL tab frit* 1.00 Insulate your home now and save money at Wards low sale price ;;. save a lot more next winter, too, in lower fuel bills! You can buy now and pay nothing 'til December. *Bag covers 18 sq. ft. Use your credit. Thousand* of olhtr Horns are available through our catalog department. Twenty-fifth and Chester "Where Parking Is Easier" Phone 7<|871

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