The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 6, 1944 · Page 11
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 11

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, October 6, 1944
Page 11
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. UUEST COflST •OXTHFi PARADE Tonight at 6:45 Tomorrow at 1:30 And—Another "Crime Doctor" Hit! WARNER BAXTER with NINA FOCH VHADWS V If THl NIGHT sy a j p 721 13th 51 - f'/inrir7-7lt£. NOW—ENDS MONDAY John Wayne Claire Trevor John Carradine Andy Devlne IN John Ford's "STAGE COACH Second Hit Benny Goodman and His Band LYNN BARI in "Sweet and Low Down" MATINEE DAILY Doors Open 1 :30 Unbelievable Adventure! in a South Sea Paradise! A TALE OF EXOTIC •LOVE! MARIA MONTH ION HAU JABU ION CHANIY CO-HIT HUMPHREY BOQART In "DEAD END" Uf-^fe <jj£Z3 "O^^Sr '05 I9th M - /••/,„..„, 2-.,-4, Continuous Daily From 12 Noon _. BRIAN DONLEVY Now " THE MAN WH ° IIwn WOULDN'T DIE" DAVE O'BRIEN "SPOOK TOWN" WILSON HENRY KING Written for the Screen by LAMAR TROTTI A 2O NILE 5 Day* Starting Friday, 0*13 Hi CENTURY-FOX PICTURE MATINEE, 2:15 P. M. Price Tax Til. Adult* . .«:« .IS ' .70 Chililrrn .H:i .1)7 Service . .40 .09 .40 .35 MfiHTS, 8:15 P. M. Prir* T»x Ttl. Adults . ,9't ,IH l.ltt Children .4« ,(M» ,55 Service . .OS .13 .70 NAZIS REINFORCE ITALY GARRISON FIFTH ARMY CAPTURES LOIANO ROAD JUNCTION , Oct. 6. OB—American Fifth Army troops lumimered out gains up to 3 miles yesterday over the rain- bogged, mountainous terrain on the approaches to the Po valley. They captured the road junction of Loiano, less than 14 miles south of Bologna on the main road from Florence, Allied headquarters announced today. Tlie Nazis threw reinforcements of experienced Austrian and German Alpine troops into the central sector adjacent to the highway and unloosed fierce artillery barrages. But on hoth sides of the road the Allies pushed ahead against the stiff resistance and despite the foul weather. Headquarters reported the capture of Mormmo, 3 miles west of Trolano and 2 miles north of Monte Venere, which was taken Wednesday. OILDALE Phone 2-6636 FRIDAY, SATURDAY -ADDRESS UNKNOWN PAUL LUKAS Gtmmnw Cartoon Comedy New* Saturday Matinee Only Chapter 11, "The Phantom" FRIDAY, SATURDAY ' V ' \&g foliae HELEN VINSON • LYLETALBOT 3 Stooges Comedy Cartoon Chapter 13, "The Phantom" Phone 7-726 FRIDAY, SATURDAY RUTHERFORD ALSO Red Cameron, Fuzzy Knight in "TRIGGER TRAIL" Cartoon News Saturday Matinee Only Chapter 1, "Don Winslow of the Coast Guard" 1721 12 Noon Tomorrow Doors Open 11:30 a. m. CARTOON CARNIVAL FOR KIDS From 6 to 60 8—Funmakers—8 Chapter 10 "DESERT HAWK" and Rttular Shew All for Same Price "GREATEST PICTURE I'VE EVER SEEN!" f/ M *»*.// Fried Chicken DINNER and DANCE SatuVday, October 7 Fairfax Grange Hall Serving 6:30 P. M. Dancing, 8:1)0 I*. M. PHONE 2-5211 OPEN DAILY AT 12 NOON Friday and Saturday Allan Carney, Wally Brown In "ROOKIES IN BURMA" DON (Red) BARRY in "CYCLONE KID" Chapter 10, "TIGER WOMAN" Cartoon Newi "THOUSANDS CHEER" "NATSY NUISANCE" Chap. 13, "S«cr«t ••rvica" Delano Tigers Face Strong Grid Eleven DELANO. Oct. «.—Tho football season opens for Delano High School Tigers tonight when they meet the Visalia Union High School team on the home gridiron. Since 19,'!ti the locals have played Visalia six times, winning four, being tied once and losing- once. With an enrollment of 1i>00 ns compared to Delano's less than BOO, Visalia fields a good team. The weights of the two teams are about equal for the, starting lineups, with the locals averaging 100 pounds and their rivals a half a pound lighter. The Visaliuns outweigh the Tigers in the lino going KU'i as against 100, however Delano has the heaviest hackfield, llio against 150. Coach Ray Frederick expects his team to defeat the V'isalians, laying, "\\'e have good reserve strength, if the reserves develop the spirit and fire shown hy the first stringers." A special celebration will be staged by the student body for the opening of the season. There will be a parade through the main business section of town ending at the field in time for the opening of the B game at C p. m. The B game will be preceded by a bonfire and school ceremonies. After the 13 game and before the start of the A game there will be a flag raising .ceremony. Coach Jake Lawler says, "While my lightweight team is green, the players are full of fire and speed." The starting lineup for the two A teams will be, Delano, Briggs, left end; Johnson, left tackle; Cupp, left guard; Barton, center; Lopez, right guard; Harding, right tackle; Frisch, right end; Hahn, left halfback; Campbell, right halfback; Twiford, fullback; Dixon. quarterback. Judge Denies Retrial for Fundamentalists SALT LAKE Cm", Oct. fi. <U.R>— Stating that he wouldn't care to be represented as living with six wives if be were a defendant. Judge M. J. Hronsnn today denied a motion for retrial of :tl fundamentalists accused of conspiring to practice polygamy. to the Music of Bob Sisson and His Orchestra SATURDAY in Kern County's Most Popular Dance Spot in Downtown B.ikerseld Within Easy Walking Distance ON THE CORNER OF SIXTEENTH and "EYE" Admission 60c Including Tax Servicemen 50c Including Tax "Pop" Smith's Former Location Colonial Inn 700 Union Avenue Opposite Topper Motel Come Enjoy the Best Serving Grade "A" Meats Chicken and Steaks Chicken Dinners . . . Fried or Broiled Steak Dinners . . . Fried or Broiled Hot Rolls Soup Air Cooled Throughout PRIVATE PARTY AND BANQUET ROOM Open 4:30 P. M. to 1 A. M. Closed Wednesdays BILL BLAKLEY, PROP. Baked or French Fried Potatoes Salad Drink Dessert R. D. 11835 TECHNOCRACY INC. PRCSCNTS BURTON BOGARDUS AUTHORIZED SPEAKER MASONIC TEMPLE De Molay Room 192018th Street SUNDAY, OCTOBER 8, 4 P. M. ADMISSION FREE CLOSED MONDAY October 9 for Redecorating OPEN AS USUAL TUESDAY October 10 GOODFRIEND'S 802 Union Avenue DANCE EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT BEARDSLEY DANCE PAVILION "Where They All Go for Fun" Beardsley Dance Orchestra Admission 50c, Plus Tax Dancing 9 to 1 DANCE EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT EL-PATIO PAVILION IMi Miles West of Greenfield an T«ft Hlcbwaf NO BETTER FLOOR IN KERN COUNTY Muile br ODELL JOHNSON ind HIS RHVTHM RANCH PALS DANCE WHERE FKIEMUS MKKT K. K. (Builer) EVANS WITH 1118 VICTOR If DANCK UKCIIENTRA EVKKV HATUKDAY NIGHT UNION AVENUE * BALLROOM Modern and old-time dancing—no jltt«r- bugging—«very Saturday night AdmlMlon Me I'lu* T«i Oanrlni • t» 1 3Babersfitlb Californian Friday, October 6, 1944 1 1 SHERRYS SELLS WHISKEY EVERY DAY Saturday Savings RON MAN AN A RUM, imported from Cuba 5th BOI,S JMPOHTK1) (UN Made From Grain 5lli MOROVIS IU M, imported From Puerto Hico , r >tli MOHAWK BRANDIES, Cherry, Blackberry, Apricot. 5th CISTERCIENNE, Yellow Liqueur 5th MORTON'S Compound Dry Gin Pts. MARIMBA RUM, heavy blend, imported 5th HEUBLEIN'S COCKTAILS, chill and serve 5th CROIX ROYALE VODKA, may be used as whiskey. 5th DEKUYPERS DELECTA, excellent with brandy... .5th TECATE, imported Mexican Beer Bottle 3.96 5.83 2.65 3.94 0.32 1.05 3.09 3.79 1.88 4.88 .25 SCHENLEY Red Label A finer lijiht- hodicd whiskey blended to perfection for exquisite flavor and character. CHRISTIAN BROS. BRANDY Produced and bottled bv Mont La Salle Vineyards. Skillfully prepared and blended choice brandy CHAMPAGNES ALMADEN Champagne or Sparkling Burgundy 5th 4.27 RENAULT CHAMPAGNE 5th 3.17 LANSON 1929 vintage, basket of two !».«« ROMA, produced in California 5lh 2.4ft DUMONT Champagne, famous Amer. champagne. .5th M.Ofl MERCIER 1928 vintage, French import 5th S.U2 VALDIVIESO, imported Chilean Champagne 5th 4.7O GRAND PRIZE, California Champagne 5th 3.7O LANSON 1933 vintage, imported * 5th 7.»5 DIRECTOIRE Champagne 5th .1.»1 KORBEL SEC, Champagne or Sparkling Burgundy. .5th 5*IS BACARDI^ OK AM ERIC A "M SANJUA&R BACARDI RUM "Nothing Takes the Place of Bacardi" Ideal straight, or in any drink, in place of whiskey or gin. From the famed Rum Region of Puerto Rico. 5th 4.13 FOUR OF YOUR FAVORITES DAY IS NEAR Purchase your two bottles of CHAMPAGNE NOW.... Be ready when the whistle blows ST. REMY Champagne or Sparkling Burgundy. Famous California wines comparable to the "Old World" sparkling wines. THREE FEATHERS RESERVE 40 % Pre-War Whiskirs and fiO% American Grain 5th 3.97 Hiram Walker's IMPERIAL BLENDED WHISKEY A superb American blend tliat line "imported whiskey flavor." 30% Straight Whiskies and 70'/o American Grain. 5th 2.92 Pint 2.14 GREEN RIVER Blend of straight whiskies and American grain 5rh 3.24 RON VIEJO Imported RUM 100 Proof 10 Years Old 5th 5.34 Rights R«Mrved to Limit Quantities OPEN AT 12 NOON 1309 Nin«t««nth Street 1640 Chester Street 9SO Baker Street 91 SHEHUYS RTOHKS IN CLOSED SUNDAY 31 Chester Avenue Corner North Chester and Roberts Lane

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