The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 5, 1944 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, October 5, 1944
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3 Thursday, October 5, 1944 $abtr0fitlft Calttomfam • r AUCTION SALE OF ' • I • P I r m r - - REGISTERED GUERNSEY CATTLE at Kern County High School Farm * on Stine Road—Bakersfield Saturday, October 14,1944 53 Head Cows, Heifers and Bulls Get Sale Catalogues From Agriculture Dcpt., Kern County High School **W"^* 7" ' V T- T'".' Vf TV** - ' r. . • . . * r ' • r ' • ^v>x<*wx.;> ; : :;.v/ KKOWN'S WIiY FIKST SERIES GAME. 2-1—Ooorj-e MoQulnn, Browns' first hasemrm, is congratulated by Mjirk f'hri.Mmnn (No. (i). Bmwns 1 third saeker. as ho crossed home plate after hammering home run in fourth inning seorinK <U>r,<- Moon* (No. IT.) ahead of him. Those two nm.s anil the pitt-liins cunning of Denny Galehouse enabled tin- liruwns tu defeat their intra-eily rivals, the Cardinals, 2 to I. in the opening grime of series. Ql KNTIN ROOSKVKLT MAJOR' WASHINf.TOX. l)(-|. :.. (/Pi-Cap- B 4 r"- i hrirtHhL irir*- lbb k • •• Ahllri.L . 1 , - •-.*.:, I'KARK II ARIIOR PROKE ; FEDERAL KMPKOYK DECREASE AVASU 1 .\( JT* >X. Oct. f». (iP)-~ See- | WASH IXr.TOX. Oct. r.. (^)— Fed\.n\\ QiM-imn i:nnM. Vl .||. grandsnn of n-iary of \V:ir siimson said tnday ; eral rivilian employes in the conti ih*' J.-iif Pr.-sidcnl Tln-odt.rc I:»H.S<- n 1( . ; m uy's l'.-;irl Ibirbur invosiiga- nc-ntal I'nitcd States totaled L'.HOX.:, xt '"- h;is 1 "' <>n Pi'-'i'ioUMl tu tin- ifiii- i,,,- bn;ird "is still working very al I he end of August, a decrease of war dt-'burd" and Ii*' hml nn niti>n»r,iUi>n i>n \ \Y2 ,\\:^ during the month, the civil '\\ln-n iis ri'p"t't would be comitlclcd. sfrvire commission reported lodav. DEMOS CAMPAIGN AMONG SOLDIERS POPLAR BLUFF, Mo., Oct. 5. Democrats are campaigning for their ticket in letters to soldiers from Chicago, it was confirmed today aa an afte /math to such a letter being made public here. The Chicago Times said that Mayor Edward J. Kelly said that more than 150.000 letters were sent out. " We believe that the soldiers want to vote for Roosevelt and we're happy to assist them in obtaining applications for ballots," he was quoted as saying. "It is a very strong appeal and may be unethical but not illegal," said Orover Dnlton, Missouri Republican chairman, said concerning the letter sent to him in St. Louis from here, A letter urging the re-election of HuospveH and signed by Kelly n.s chairman of the Democratic Cook county (Chicago) central committee was received by a nokliev of CUuuUil- canal, the American-Republic said today. f • ' HJ1;il '- v "l inn.ii. r, UK t«id;i\ Al Smith's Funera Set for Saturday XE\V ORK. Oct. 5. OP)—The hotly of Alfred E. Smith will lie in stato at St. Patrick's cathedral from 2 jj. m. tomorrow until .services at 11 a. in. Saturday. The 70-year-old "Happy Warrior." four times governor of New York state and Democratic presidential numinoe in lltl'S, who died yesterday of lung congestion and acute heart diM-ase. will be burled in the family plot at Queens C'alverv Cemetery. Regular $49.95 ox S priii & Mattress 72-coil covered box spring and full size mattress. Both covered in matching heavy blue stripe ticking. BOTH FOR Regular SH.95 anket 25% Wool- 84 inches choice of 72x •with four popular colors. Regular 52.6.T 25 ft. Garden Hose Reinforced rubber hose, made by a famous manufacturer. Llm- jfed quantify. Regular S4.S9 50 ft. length - J - • ' 4 % • : •::- .:.'•• •:':>*•:':"; ' . .' \;'_ •/ ; ' f - m \ - *.-' "*!'"'">'-•*; ""-I . -.v. .-. :•:•:• .-.-. ---•• -• ^ •:?:-.;:> : : ;: : :: :x : -: ; : ; --V: .. \ • J ':>:;:y:::^V:y ; . :: •.'/.;/"] Here living ** the for your ^ • v mmMrn^ *X^*^A44* comfortably I » et m m rt *t* *+ ^& ^J ^ and - >_, / jncicd JUSL inc sec roj Smart looking, massive rnomv. SPRIMn Ff roomy. SPRING FILLED Divan and SPRING FILLED matching Club Chair in tractive coverings. choice of attractive ^^^•FV Divan converts into roomy double bed. •l ; oi**^>'- v>>-^^S3S8 ftraudt^ ivf i«»e**aSE '_— #?&Z3&. .\*" .^ .'<^^vi^.r>^^ 5-drawer Chest Double Bed Mirrored Vanity Matching Bench Convenient Payment Terms to Suit Your Income impressive looking. One would never suspect that it costs only $69,95. And it has those added features you like, such as the center drawer and oversize mirror on the Vanity. Choice of Walnut or Bleach finish. Regular $19.95 Baby Nineteenth and "K" Streets Bakersfield Phone 5-5721 Full si/e, 30x52 inches. Full panel type. Nicely finished and decorated. Two-piece Bunk bed that can be used as twin beds, plus ladder and side rail ... all for iust $19.95. Well made and nicely fur* m'shed to harmonize with most any suite. —IMioto by Kncmer I'KKSIDKS MONDAY — Conduct Jng her first general meeting of the UM-i-l!M;i season Tor Rakers- fleld Woman's t'luli. Mrs. Harry C. Gardner will npen Monday al'tor- IHICM'S meeting at the clubhtiusp at _ p. m. Mulindii Kny. Untiwn as the 'lady with thr hats," will provide LADY WITH HATS COMING TO CLU COMMANDING OFFICER TO PRESENT FLAG ON MONDAY Soldiers Want Beer Most, Says Actress XKW YORK, Oct. R. (UP>— Ann .Sheridan, minu.s 11! nounds lost during- a On.ono-mi!o lour of the Ohinn- r.unnri-IiKlia tlieatrr, said that what .Anici'icaii soldiers in China most want is Ijfor, but lacking that, they'll drink "jliiR-hao/' a liquid which also is ffrtnrl for rnnninK jpops. Sht 1 said she bolieved she had convinced General JOG Stihvell on her way out of the area that beor would lie more pleasing to thp boys than fruit juice, and that henceforth beer miRht lie available in small quantities. ".JiiiK-bao," she said, was an alcoholic liquid which, distilled once. was like R-asnlinp. and, distilled twice, was drinkable. Miss Sheridan's colleagues, Jackie Miles, comedian, Mary Landa, dancer, and Ruth Denas, accordion player, were almost as emphatic about delinking the area as she was. "I never want to go back to the C. B. I. theater," Miss Sheridan said. "Spare me that, please." Courts Uphold Wife's Right to Keep Tires CHICAGO, Oct. .". <UP»—A wife's right to remove two wheels from her husband's car and keep thorn in her apartment was upheld in two Chicago courts. Municipal Court Judge George B. "Weiss ruled Mrs, Marie Mulik had a $400 equity in her husband's $1000 car despite the fact that it was In his name and refused a writ of re- plevin sought by Walter Mulik. Then Judge John A. Sbarbaro. before whom Mrs. Mulik's divorce suit Is pending, refused to order the car turned over to Mulik. Mulik finally got the car, and the two wheels, in the divorce settlement. I ,iru tenant-Colonel Xewton Crumley will officially present .a Mintpr Field flag, Jn recognition of members' fine work for the army, when Hakersfield Woman's Club convenes Monday for its first session of the 1944-1945 spnson. Mrs. Harry C. Gardner, president, will accept the flat* on behalf of the organization, and will preside for her initial time. MaHnd.i Kay. known to admlrmjy audiences as "the lady with the hats," will present the program, as ed by Mrs. CUen Patton and committee. Mrs. John Easton will act ;rs chairman of the day. The standing decuratinfi; committee, headed by Mrs. Stanley Sin gin* inn, chairman, and Airs. J. P. Mc- Kejin, vico-c bail-man, h;is as ils October workers .Mrs. A. tt. Tieclc and Mrs. 1^. J. Men/lino, with Mrs. A. E. llniigUmil in charge ol' the silver basket for this mouth. Courtesy general committee, headed by*Mrs. ; lj. Tomerliri, chairman, and Mrs. i 1m 11 nil Rnrys, vicp-chairman, has chosen as October helpers Mrs. G. 1^. Henderson, chairman; Mrs. K. W. Rich, vice-chairman: Mesdarnes R. E. Rexroth, IF. O. Clardy and Leslie Robinson. Hospitality general committee, headod by Mrs. Ivan Roberts, chairman, and Mrs. \VaIter Boyd, vice-chairman, includes for October Mrs, Clinton A. Bowler, chairman; Mrs. Charles Tjinfesty, vice-chair man. and Mesdarnes .lack Vanghan, Ralph TJ. Smith, Jr.. C. I. Moart, Rollin P. Kckis, John Loustalot. Earl NVwton, Carl A. Molchcr, R. U. Bewick, Laura *Mickt?lborry, T, A. Boaty. Claude K. Baker, J. F. Sneder. Inna ICrwin, A. H. Uiitch- insnn. T. U. Clai'liu, .lonnie. VIerling, H. A. t'ndorwnnd and L. A. Prasher. Stage tiM/hnicians foi- the J944- IM4T) season arc Mrs. A. E. yiiarland» chairman, and Mrs. I rum Krwln, assistant. Officers announce that membership cards must be presented at the door, last year's card to bo used until the now are issued. Yearbooks will be distributed Monday, according to Mrs. Gardner. Yanks Seize Ridge in Bologna Advance Oct. 5. tfl*>—United States Fifth Army troops drove a mile forward against violent fire from reinforced and hastily entrenched Germans yesterday on the bitterly contested road to Bologna to within 14 miles of that great communications center. The doughboys seized a ridere just north of La Selva, 5 miles east of Highway 65 at Loiano. The Americans gained new positions just north of Monte Morosino on the Tmola road 3 miles north of Castel Del Rio. On their left flank, where the Germans poured in all types of artillery fire, they took the town of Cuviola and Quinzano, east of Loiano, after forcing their way against stiff resistance several hundred yards north of Lagune, which overlooks a secondary road to Bologna. PROTEST REVl'E BOSTON, Oct. 5. d»>—The Massachusetts Women's Political Club today demanded that the city of Boston and Symphony hall management forbid the showing of "The F. D. R. Victory Band Wagon," a musical revue, which the organization's president said "insultingly" satirized Thomas E. Dewey. 10-Year Record for Parking Set in South SAN DIEGO, Oct. 5. (^—County supervisors today were asked to do something- about n, Ford truck which may have established a record for overtime parking. A resident of Hamona, in the county's back country, wrote the supervisors that the truck was parked In front of his home 10 years aRo anil that a now owner of the place wanted the vehicle moved so a routl crow could repair the street. Supervisors said the problem would be placed on Monday's docket for solution. Have Your Eyes Examined » ' - r ...-.* . m •••->•-'•-. A . . -.- ..^ :< ; Open a Chargi Account That are right for your eyes and your job. CONSULT , R. F. ABRAMS OPTOMETRIST 1507 Nineteenth Street Phone 2-7335 NEW kind of ASPIRIN tablet doesn't upset stomach W HEN you need quick relief from pain, do you hesitate to take aspirin because it leaves you with an upset stomach? It so, this new medical discovery, sUffcRiN; is "just what the doctor ordered" for you. Suptrin U aspirin plus—contains the same pure, safe aspirin you have long known—but developed by doctors in a special way tot chose upset by aspirin in its ordinary form. This n«w kind oi aspirin tablet dissolves more quickly, lets the aspirin get right at the job of relieving pain, reduces the acidity 01 ordinary aspirin, and does not irritate or upset stomach—ev after repeated doses. Tear this ovt to remind you to get Superin today, so you can have it on hand when headaches, colds, etc.,strik*. See how quickly it relieves (pain—how fine you feel after taking. At your druggist's, 2 M and 39*. West's Largest Jewelers • 17 Stores to Serve Youl Us mor than any firm in the 1434 Nineteenth Stroot, Bakersfleld Dr. S. C Long Physician-Surgeon 1728 Truxtun Avenue Phone 2-1352 CITRON BROCKS Qaipstceal Wttcfc Repair i*| *.

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