The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 5, 1944 · Page 7
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From where 1 sit... 6y Joe Marsh P New Kern Court Dockets to Be Shown at Justices' Meet Words That Roll Off Your Tongue Ed Hodges and the doctor were holding forth about how words only mean something when you think about them; and that a lot of words seem to lose their meaning just because they're used too -glibly. As the doctor put it, "They roll off your tongue without RO- *ing through your mind. Take tolerance for instance... some of the people who use it most .understand it least," From where I sit, it looks like the doctor is right But tolerance is mighty easy to understand. After all, it just comes down to having respect for other folks' rights. I don't mean just in the big things like maybe what political party a fellow belongs to. But in the little things, too, like having a glass of beer occasionally. rf Seems to me if every time we spoke about tolerance we thought about what it means- maybe then we'd all of us start living It and not just talking about it No. 9? of a Series Copyright* 1944, Brewing Industry Foundation Korn county's new justice court isiloaiiH'.'inor dockets and committ- ments, revised thruugh the joint efforts of thu county Justices and Constables AssofjiuJun, the sheriff's office and the district attorney's office, will be presented for exuniinutlun at the annual convention of the Justices and Constables Association of California Thursday through Saturday of this wpok, at Fresno. Deputy District Attorney Merrlck "W. Creagh xvill attend the convention and talk on the new forms at the invitation of State President Judge Fred Jacobs. Mr. OeaRh states that Kern county is the r>n]y county in the stale with completely revised fornin providing for committments after suspension of sentence and for suspension of sentence. The up-to-date docket Is in folio form, twice as large as the old forms. Alternate provisions for committment to jail or to road camp are provided, Mr. Creaph said. Mr. Creagh added. Although there is no law to compel use of uniform The Fifteenth Township i.s already using the new forms, and most Justices have placed orders for them. forms, the deputy district attorney expects that within (in days every justice court in the country will have the new forms. Other local men who will attend the eighth annual convention of th« California Justices and Constables Association include -Hiripe Stewart Magee. of the Sixth Township Court, •state organizer and post president. Delegates from' this area for the constables will be Constable S. L*ee Tribble of AVasco, while delegate for the justices will be Judge William Woods of Tehachnpi.. Others attending will be Judge Arch R. Reekes of Wasco, Judge J. Jt. Anderson of Muricopa, Judge \V. A. Mattox of Alojave, Constable Mrs. Cora Bo wen of Maricopa and Constable Frank Loustalot. Judge Ma gee will speak on or- granfxation Thursday morning. Friday afternoon he will preside over a discupslcin session. Election of officers will be held, and a number ot proposed amend. ments to the Association's constitution will be considered. Governor Earl Warren will attend the conference and will speak to delegates. Attorney General Robert Kenny is also expected to attend. Nati ice ...top fashions with a brilliant future! These are the coats you'll treasure in any weather," count X . 'on for r cvcryj>ccasionrAs with all Sears fashions7"bur smart," flatter ing "coat styles are always priced at an "economical low! (!tft) SOFTER DETAILS make this casual classic a dramatic new p fashion! Note the novel pocket accents, the cloverleaf lapels and rich ^on velvet collar. 18.95 «OT»V/>X-V • •Mfc:':-?/:', - -• a (centtr) FLANGE FRONT COAT featuring the new shell pockets and gently rounded lapels that distinguish this year's smartest coats! Easy-to-wear squared shoulders. \ 18.95 (right) TAILORED CLASSIC, the perfect coat to toss on over dresses, to team up with little Suits. Trim notch-collar version 19.95 These are typically Sears values* All popular colors and sizes are included. MRS, Hillk 1317 Nineteenth Street Canners May Get Extra Sugar -1 «aber*tieia Caltforntan Thursday, October 5; 1944 ^ ;;:£i;^ ^**. « ir i""r tlio lato ' \v;is may nliMin ii liy jiul- ^'"l' 1 tini; in thfir n\iplu';ti \»v.^ vu»\v ;it V loriil ration hoards, it \\;is :mnnuiK'(.'(l hv tho p> — Tlir obtaining Nun ir«t ttntvnini PI! ;t- trTtnfniitiritr 'trilicr KI. t>ii! IIP-, aus*-- nC tlit 1 ivy fin- t hr- !:i!<' iMitnint;. t hi:- 1 lias lici'ii ]•(•<< iiuli-'i. 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V« ^ • • V P >*<:•: H '.' '?.?:•. ^^•->:<->:';'£x->:->: .Vi.V -.'.V.v-.'.-. .vy.*,*.:.'^.".' 1 ^ < « Here are the convenient inside zipper pockets you've been looking and longing for — in smart, durable handbags of fine simulated leathers*in all your favorite, roomy styles. Some have metal frames, sparkling Lucite or Crystal clasps—all are handsome bags, carefully detailed, packed with valuel r H L •n^* •>'• i , » i i'- p - » i p .• - • '• "-»•. r v i" ."-•-•* v - :-*'-. ,-.• •,-i'.-.- *•:•. - -.-, -. -. • x '*•.-- v. -.'. • i • p '-'.• •i«p * . . . * r i i - p P • - j. iTrv.BH. lr. •A'.'.VV.f-V 'r' • •l l I ^ h ^ 1 v Keep Them Warm 'r P , m . *•,-.. 1 II .I Jll. _l ' - .-.-_• * S3 l:;:li < •. \ • ft-S #**« . i: 1317 Nineteenth Street L •x: :^^^^^^^^5^^ * 4 v* i ri H SERVICE TO THE NATION vv ?v>: •> -* - • 1944 - t — •. * i 14 • P *-• '. You Too, Can Wear Slacks With a £ ' I I.-.*. •> o: ?'.? m p • f# 5:*:t ¥ft -•:•:: 1 «W I ** f <•-' v. i l.v- , :•;-:• IP' * :•-'.' t 1 -,- , -!-:•: fc Y • * Any wojiiiiii cnn wear .slacks if slio wrarss a wt'll lilting pauty in 1 - * - .' '- • • i-.-.' p. .-. m\. • 'r .. - I'*'.' '*,'» :•:•:- ' %v*i » J J . I 41 •»"- - . ' i* J i' **.'.' I *.'»*. uoalli. Liko this slcp-iii, fur insianci' -—which makes you look tall, lilhc* aii<l fasunlly smart in . », -11- '-•f. ' .'.'..:- i .-v tie liaml rest rains i^- \ > aml-cnt ton knit rlas- U" 1 . Nude. Small, incdJuin, Jai'ue. p - V. s.-.« IASV TffRMS ON PURCHASES TOTALING MO Oft MORE UPLIFT HUAS tu -lu ¥ m * • • • ^ 4 i ' Pj rih P . I -^ 1 • f - ' • * ' • -• "I i" >I p ^ .-- - ''-**. 1 £<$ 1317 Nineteenth Street _- h t ,' '?ft eSflWX*^'>X««^-:*^^ *TV:'»>:-x i-x-x-:- '-4-:v X •; v' :•:• •>-xv:-: - > : • v • . •- K-^^^.'Ai'A^m^;^^ , , . p.44 - p ' i ' i • '.-.•- 1 .*.' * r , I I L » .. v x-:= j "ft:-. iaWftWffl^Aw I w: : : Lillle crlilions \vith grown - up detail, styling and fine fabrics. „ . . All- wool fleeces, tweeds, shet- lands in classic full or half-belted wraparounds and Chcs- Icrficlds. 2 to fi. For hovs. Sixes 1 * girls. Wool Sweaters Sixes 8 to 16 Smart school sweaters in all-wool worsted . . . pullover and coat style. 8-16. In a rainbow of gala colors. Wool Skirts , . . Phi id pleated around just like mommy's. Adorable on miss 2 to 6 who just loves suspenders. Wool Sweaters Si/os 2 to 6 In pure, soft worsted wool. Neat coat sweaters for your moppet (2 to (>). Luscious colors, classic cut. Play Denim Overalls Serviceable, easv cunning tots to launder ami small wear. Blue trimmed in red. Overalls for Toddlers Wide wale cordurov in cover style in 1-1. up bib-lop blue, wine, TOTALING $1O OR MOKE CAN BI MAO€ ON SIARS EASY PAYMENT PIAN SEARS Baby Features Infants' large si/e cotton shirts 29c Convenient, warm wrapping blanket 3Uc uality guu/.c diapers. Package of 12 $2.29 Big SfixnO crib blanket.. Soft shawls $2.49 sr> OS *.«..... <f}.MB« r ^ Dainty cotton Dimity dresses $1.19 Pretty, soft little wool booties 79c Infants' 100% wool sweaters $1.59 1317 Nineteenth Street Phone 6-6501 *. 4 . t -V.' ••-v ' • * 4_ • '^ • I . <v: *•' p . •• -: ?X> •A' •> •% § & MI •> i i r*_* fr i^t *v • p ?• .•:- •• i £: ' • I B I . I I

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