The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 26, 1944 · Page 4
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4 Tuesday, September 26, 1944 Cftt gahtrrifefb Calttornton Curtain Panels in lengths from 31 inches to 81 inches and in price from 4f)c to $3.45 each. Lni'i<o Selection of Kitchen Curtains ruffled and tailored from 81.19 to $2.45 Pair Permanent Finished Organdy, Swiss, dot and plain, 40 inches wide, 49c and <>9c yard. ARTCRAFT of CALIFORNIA Always Has Finp Merchandise at Lowest Prices Possible 1423 Eighteenth Street "AROIND THK CORNER FROM TINT'S" Local Men to Attend Realty Conference Bakersfield Tlealty Board will he represented by 14 members nt the ' I Third State Heal Kstate \Var Con-j | ferenee, October 10 and 12 in I-os i Angeles, according to board score- i tary, Allan A. Stramler, Jr. ! Among subjects scheduled for con- ! sideration are the postwar picture i nf real estate in the field of farming, ' and Industrial and commercial en' terprlse. | I Bakersfield realtors planning to I ; attend are Claude 11. FSIodgel, ' 'Charles K. Boydstun, \Y. F. Bray, j > Freyl Harvey, Deuey Jlorton, A. 10. ! Ki.'.rpe, Klmer ]•'. Kiirpe, Kd Kelly, | ! I. 1C. M •!•, Don Siddall, Frank | , Simon, Kalpli I.. Smith. Jr.. A. K. I \\'indmuelli i r, and Mr. Slramlcr. i AKKKSTKI) ON TIIKKT CHAI«iK : | A 17-yeitr-old boy was arrested at| • Tenth street and (,'nion avenue at ! S:-'H IP. m. last night on a. charge of ! car theft. He was accused of driv- | ; Ing a Iflo.T Dodge sedan owned by '• Mrs. Kva T. Powers, which he bad \ allegedly stolen a few minutes before ' from the owner's garage. Officer , C. A. Ladley and Reserve Officer ! Frye made the arrest. AT FIRST SIGN OF A Leaders Praise Forum Set by University Women Unit USE 1 Cold Preparations as directed Formal Opening THURSDAY September 28 ou til a A Children's and Junior Shop 1101 BAKER STREET 2±catu,rin$ the A cat on'* mod charming &tu(e6 FOR THE Junior Miss Sizes 9 lo 15 4* Hollywood Knits Fur BOYS and Ciirls in tin 1 Juvenile Department Itnys' Sues L' In <> iii'K' Sue* '_' In (ix Mini T In M and in the Stork Club Kern County's Most Appealing Line of Baby's Needs . . . Expectant Mothers, Fathers, Grandparents, Aunts and Uncles are specially invited to this cunning Wee Folks Department. 1101 Baker Phone 2-8587 S. Crites, (.'(-Moral chair- the Maker.sfield postwar Idealizing the urgency of civic planning now for satisfactory postwar adjustment, many of l',a!;eis- flrlfl civic leaders have given enthusiastic endorsement to thp. A. A. t'. \V.-sponsorpil Open Forum being presented, September 28, at the Washington School auditorium and featuring throe speakers of national repute, each of whom will contribute to the general topic of American postwar adjustment. The interest displayed by the Bakersfield community leaders is more understandable when it is realized that the Open Forum was originally formed at the request of many civilian croups in California anxious to I'ainiliarixe themselves with s^nie of the problems which will confront America when military victory is achieved. Arthur man of planning council, remarked: "The local A. A. I,". \V. is performing a very constructive service in bringing the Open Forum to Hakersfield. Since wo believe that the community should be well informed on the problems facing all of in postwar planning, we believe that the public should give generous support lo the forum coming September "S." Panel Idea Praise T)r. Thomas T.,. Nelson, superin- lendent of Kern County Union Jligh School district, and an active participant in the postwar planning council, gave his opinion that "the panel idea of the .'[-speaker forum is especially constructive, since it allows for the presentation of differing viewpoints and affords good opportunity for audience, parlicpa- tiun in true town meeting style." Doctor Nelson also expressed his upiniuii that the topic chosen by the forum, that of America's postwar adjustment, is an unusually timely fine and of especial significance at this lime. Council Cancels Meeting Kinory (jay Hoffman, general manager of the Kern County Chamber of Commerce and general secretary of the postwar planning council, in giving his endorsement of the September 1!8 forum mentioned that, for the first time in 10 years, the regular Thursday night meeting of the Kern County Chamber of Commerce was postponed to allow its liiO active members opportunity to hear the forum, this action being taken. Air. Hoffman explained, in recognition of the outstanding merits of the three speakers being featured. Mr. Hoffman remarked: "The post- war-minded people of this and every community are now faced with the reality of having to eo-operate In actual postwar planning, rather than more contemplative thinking on the subject, and the Open Forum being sponsored by the A. A. t*. AV. is one definite step toward effective community act Ion." Miss Ysabel Forker, president of the California slate division, A. A. T. AY'., stated yesterday in endorsing the local branch's forum planning: "1 heartily approve of the f'iruni plan of discussing civic, national and. international subjects, and I want especially to endorse the postwar adjustment program being sponsored by the local A. A. 1'. AV. branch. It will nut only afford general participation by our local members, as recommended by our state and national association, but is a timely subject about which, every far-sighted person should be contributing sound and constructive thinking." Chester James, planning engineer of the Kern County Planning Commission and director of the Kern County Postwar Planning Council, has n special interest in the Septem- her L'.S Forum, since be was once a student of Dr. AV. Rallenline Henley when Doctor Henley was dean of the school of government in the Vniver- sity of Southern California. Mr. .Tames said today, "Public interest and understanding have the urgency of postwar conversion, and a community development program is necessary in making effective plans In advance of the need. Doctor Hen- lev has boon so intimately associated with these matters he will have inanv constructive ideas to offer at the Forurn." Mrs. .Joseph Let'onle. chairman of the planning committee for the forum, and Miss Kdna Keough. president of the local unit, in inviting the Bakersfield public to attend the forum stated that tickets can still be secured by phoning Mrs. Robert Shrove. 8-8132, by contacting the Kern County Chamber of Commerce, or the Rakersfield Chamber of Commerce. The educational implications of the topic being discussed are recognized with the information that institute credit for all teachers attending the forum will be given. FRATERNAL To Meet Wednesday Emera Club ot Llbcrtas Chapter, Order of the Eastern Satr No. 362, will meet at the home of Mrs. J. W". Jacks, 300 I street, Wednesday at 2 p. m. Caledonia Ixxlgc Caledonia Lodge No. 486, F. & M.. will confer a second degree ot Masonry Wednesday at 7:30 p. m., in the Caledonia Masonic temple. All Masons are invited and refreshments will he served. C. A. Simmons, worshipful master, will preside. Card Party Tonight Seriuoia Circle No. 300, Neighbors of Woodcraft, will hold a public card party tonight in the W. O. W. hall. Kivo hundred and bridge will be played. A special business meeting will be hold preceding the card party at 7:1)0 ]i. in. SPEI.I.MAX IX HOME KO.MI-;. Sept. 21!. (JP>— Archbishop Francis ,1. Spellman of New York returned to Homo today after an extensive tour of the battlefronts. TvHOTCAKfS! TEA GARDEN SYHDP "nukes the meal- when ic comes to hot cakes ... Tea Garden Drips . . . t thick, luscious syrup with a distinctively differentflavor. Tea Garden Cane and Maple Syrup . . . a delicious blend ... a thinner syrup, rich with the flavor of pure maple sugar. MENU HIT! To vory your hoi cokti add puffed or dry circal to th« barter. Freddy Martin Will Play in City October 5 Heralding Bakersfield's "Name Band Event of the Year," Valley Amusement Association officials revealed today that Freddy Martin and his famous orchestra and entertainers have been signed for a gala dancing party at the Union Avenue Ballroom, October 5. This is the result of almost two years of negotiation, it was revealed, and Martin comes to Bakersfield for the first "one-night" appearance be has made during that time. He comes directly from the world- famous Cocoa nut drove in Ixis Angeles, where he has been held over for extended engagements during all that time. Martin will bring with him one of the largest dance orchestras to play In Bakersfield. it was declared. Boasting one of America's must entertaining and lopnolch dance bands, Freddy is also one of the most friendly and able maestros. Bakersfield fans can save money by getting bargain advance-sale tickets at Vest's drug or Tracy's music stores. To a Machinist with "know how" If you figure you know your stuff and want a chance to show it ... want to work with men who take pride in their 1ob . if you figure a permanent company is your kind ot company, theu this is your ad. Here at Southern Pacific, we want men of vour type to work in our big railroad shops or roundhouses ... to help rehuild and repair locomotives and other railroad equipment. We think you'll like railroading . . like seeing a locomotive (that you worked on) eo out and do a 1oh pulling war freights or troop trains. And like the men you work with—the kind of fellows rou'll want to have drop around to the house. New, higher railroad wages. Liberal age limits. Medical service. Fine pension plan. Railroad pass privileges. All the things that make this a renlly good job. See or Write B. W. MITCHELL S. P. Station. RakersHeld or Your Nearest S. P. Agent DORSEYS GET A LAt'fiH—Bandsman Tommy Doraey and his actress wife, i'at Dane, explode in gales of laughter as they leave Los Angeles" Superior Court where they—along with horse-fancier Allan Smiley— asked and were granted reduction of $5000 bail to $1000 set when Grand Jury indicted the trio on charges of felonious assault on two fellow party makers. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT on the HOME FRONT VOTE NO! OR proposition J Governor Earl Warren; the Stale Chamber of Conw merce; civic leader* and a scar* of employer; employee; civic; veteran and church groups have come forward to oppose No: 12 on the ballot In the election; November 7th: These leaders look upon No: 12 as a threat to industrial peace in. California and as a dangerous attack on our united efforts to win the war: If written into the constitution, this committee it convinced that this proposal entitled "The Right of Employment" would prove « powder keg. It would bring chaos, confusion, and industrial warfare. It would destroy peace on the home front. Ostensibly designed to crush trade unions, No. 12 goes far afield. It threatens the present good will existing between labor and industry. It, comes n an un-American attack en war production. California has plenty of wartime and post war problems. Why start a civil war on the home front? Vote NO en Dangerous No. 12 WHO'S OPPOSING PROPOSITION NO. 12T Governor Earl Warren Senator Sheridan Downey State Chamber of Commerce San Francisco Chamber o£ Commerce SanBernardinoChamber of Commerce Oakland Chamber of Commerce Richmond Chamber of Commerce Sacramento Chamber ot Commerce San Francisco Employers Council United Employers Inc.. of Oakland San Francisco Sardine Assn., Inc. 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