The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 5, 1944 · Page 3
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 3

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, October 5, 1944
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Our" two-tone classic with that date-dress look. Very charmingly adorned with a pretty bow that pleases the eye, The light monotone bodies provides • dash of contrast. In black rayon crepe with dusty rose, bright green, red or Ice blue? in tiztt 10 to 20. BROCK'S—NELLY DON SHOP U. S. Youths Taught Nazi Doctrine, Soldier Testifies WASHINGTON", Oct. 5. (UP)—The story of how tctn-UKe buys and Kirls were sent to Germany to become disciples of Hitler and then brought back to spread his doctrines in the United States was unfolded at the first "matinee" session of the mass sedition trial. Corporal Hoy Tt. Schlote, Milwaukee. Wis., now stationed at Brooklcy Field, Mobile, Ala., told yesterday how he and -'J other members of the German-American Bund youth movement were selected by the Bund nnd sent to the Reich for 2\± months in the spring of 1!K!8. They traveled fihoiit Germany, attended youth rallies at which Hitler spoke, and for four weeks, went to a special training school, the slim, -3-ypnr-old soldier, testified. "We were taught that eventually all tiie world would be Nazi—with everyone living like the Germans," Hchlote said, "and that we would be part of the machine that was spreading t litter's principles." While they were at the school,'ho testified, they were "marched up to :i hillside'' where they swore a secret N'axi oath to "be true to the German caus'e." Before they wont over, lie testified. Fritz Kulin.. national Bund leader, and Theodore Dinlielat kei. national youth primp leader, warned them not to expect "a pleasure trip." Teaeh Own (inxips "T'ley told us we were going to Gormany to he instructed in Xazi principles and that we were to come, hack to the I'nited States and teach our own groups." Schfoto confessed that his trip convinced him that the Bund and Germany "were the same thing" and. when he came back, he "didn't spread anything." Schlote was called to the stand yesterday at the first solid afternoon session of the i~'^-months old trial of -li persons accused of conspiring with the Nazis to subvert members of the American armed forces and set tip National Socialism in the United States. UKADY I'OK 1NQI'IKIKS WASHINGTON, (let. .". (IP) — The American diplomatic mission in Paris is now prepared to receive inquiries about the whereabouts and welfare of American citizens believed to be in the Paris area. Sleepy Lagoon Case Conviction Reversed I.OS AXCKI.KS, Oct. ."). (UP)—The District I'niirt of Appeals Wednesday [reversed (lie Snpeni-r I'niirt convic- • ti'Ui of 17 Mexiean-Aniericans for the i ''.Sleepy I^a^ot»n ' imirdor and of- j Tenses connected \vitli the murder, rulincr that evidene." at the trial was insufficient. | In an opinion written by Justice Thomas I'. White and concurred in by Justices John M. York and William <_'. Doran, he court, saiil there J was no evidence of conspiracy to 'commit murder, nor was there any i evidence- to connect any of the 17 i individuals with any of the three ] crimes charged. hrys were convicted murder in the death ns the shores of a c..f I^is Angeles on Five others were gafecrattelb Californfan Thursdoy, October 5, 1944 3 Twelve of the of second degree of Jose Diaz alo small lake east August 2, I'.i-tJ. convicted of lesser offenses. your cancelled TENPLAN check There's no room for doubt when you pay a bill by TENPLAN check. Your check— properly endorsed and cancelled— is a proof of payment v/hich can never be disputed. TENPLAN checks are a real convenience — they help you save time, tires, gasoline. Open your TENPLAN account today at any branch of Bank of America. Buy ten checks for $1 in a neat packet. You need keep only enough money on deposit in the bank to cover the checks you write. 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Fashion Floor Santa Takes It Easy as v ,, We Get Toyland Ready • •-*"-/ Things have been humming the past week or so—carpenters busy with hammers and saws—our Toyland assistants busy unpacking wonderful things for the. children's Christmas . . . and now we are glad to be able to announce TOYLAND OPENS SATURDAY Of course slocks may not be complete by then, but there will be sufficient to assure the "kiddies of a good time looking around trying to make up their minds what they want to ask Santa Glaus to bring them when he can get around to it. BRING THE CHILDREN BROCK'S TOYLAND—DOWNSTAIRS THE CARDIGAN SUIT The cardigan has become the most essential part of the fall wardrobe .. . these are all-wool, in grey, purple, green and brown. Sizes 10 to 18. $1O75 19 WOOL CHECK SUITS Four-button suits, with kick pleats an skirl—in black and white or brown and white checks. Sizes 10 lo 18. 19 TAILORED SLACK SUITS Cardigan style, made of strutter cloth — filled jacket with long sleeves . . . in soft blues, amia, Kelly green, red, R. A. F. blue, navy and brown. Sizes 12 lo 20. ^ g\ 1 I 1 DOWNSTAIRS STORE Distinguished Sports Fashions A—$25.00 CAL-ETTE CLASSIC A—Mexican vest and skirt suit in grey and beige com- binalion. All-wool fabric that looks hand-loomed. Sizes 12-16 B—"Foxy Boxy" long sleeve pullover by Janlzcn, all-wool wilh knil-in dancing, swim, sweetheart ligures. Brown ${\ ACT 995 C—Give your beauly a new glow with Catalinas California color! Hose, as fealured in Mademoiselle?. Red with while roses, grey wilh red roses. $| Sizes u2 lo 10 , '9.00 D—-Mary Dee girdle lit slacks, in hairline stripes, 10'< wool, (i()'o rayon. Brown, black, $teal blue. Sizes 12 to 20. D—10.98 Carry Packages Unwrapped When Possible E--Joan Kenley long sleeve shirt, of while rayon crepe. S< Sizes 152 to .'58 O QO O.i/O FASHION FLOOR £—$3.98

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