The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 10, 1944 · Page 2
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 2

Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, October 10, 1944
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2 Tuesday, October ID, 1944 gjrjc gahffgfiflb Cahfornian ttAPPX to a qotxt/Heat Spread Tea Garden Mixed Fruit Jelly on thin, hot French pancakes; roll and serve.This delicious jel'.y blends apple. Concord prape and plum juices . .. pcntly pressed from ripe fruits the homc-kicchcn way. \\l ' , MENU- HIT a> M Veal Friccmee Parsley Pototoei Green Salad French Pancakes with Tea Garden Mixed Fruit Jelly Freight Derailed at Tulare, Causes Delay TULARE, Oct. 10. (U.P>—Consider- able damage to merchandise, Includ- ing.rnnnni fjnods. lumber find paper, was caused early Monday when 16 o:ir« of a southbound Southern Pacific frelpht twin were derailed after one car jumped the tracks. liecause of the accident, Ihree iliroiiiih trains running between San Fraiu'lsco and L/os Angeles were routed through Porterville and San KIT and a local rnrryinK mail and p.-issetiRers, was held In Eakersfield. lif'tulnr schedules were expected to lie resumed this afternoon. MISSING CKKKK TAMP IIUGGLKS, Ariz., Oct. 10. (IP) —Tlje stream, not the fish, Rot away. The .state Eamo department sadly reports that a mile and a quarter of tin! best casting stretch on llorton creek suddenly ?eeped throimli its iilluvial bed and disappeared. PERSONAL MENTION MR. AND MRS. BEN J. HARDER of Delano celebrated their twenty- fourth wedding anniversary recently at an informal party attended by Mrs. Mike Seay, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dear for refreshments. They were recently guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al Nikkei of Shatter for dinner, celebrating Mr. and Mrs. Nikkei's and their own wedding anniversary. LIEUTENANT HELEN GROSECLOS, army nurse, stationed at Camp Maxey, near Paris, Texas, has returned to duty after spending a two weeks' leave in Delano with her parents and other relatives. SHIRLEY OWEN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Owen of the C. C. M. O. Lease near -Fellows, is recovering from a recent attack of measles. BfllTON WILDER of Tupman is home from the Taft Community Hospital. MR. AND MRS. ALLEN BURNETT and children have returned to their Tulare home after a three- day visit in the Delano district with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hiett and sons, Galen and Marden, at their ranch home northwest of Delano. IRWIN LA BARTIIK. M. S. Becond class, ship repair unit, a Fellows mart, somewhere In the Pacific, writes that he crushed a finger on his left hand, and that Dr. Dyke Johnson of Taft is treating the injury. MR. AND MRS. LEE SCRIEN and their daughter and son of Delano are spending a 10-day vacation at Han Pedro, where they are guests of Mrs. Sr-riven's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Carter. MISS MAXINE KAUFFMAN of I,on Angeles is spending several days in Delano as the guest of her aunt, Mrs. C. Chase, and Mr. Chase and with her cousin, Mrs. Oroville Klusiuiro, and family. fbr Delivery io YOUR HOME/' ONLY Covered in. • • • • f «- • , ^ ^^ - _| ^ %JT^"ir" ^m •j " "". *• 1OO% Prewar Spr Coitsirucfion lit design*. . Buy This Charming SUITE NOW on McMAHAN'S Convenient LOW TERMS FURNITURE STORES BAKERSFIELD Eighteenth and H Streets Phone 8-8541 EAST BAKERSFIELD 1028 Baker Street Phone 4-4981 TAFT 519-521 Center Street—Phone 96 THIS ATTRACTIVE KROEHLER SUITE Is Filled With COIL SPRINGS ... Radio Programs KMPC at 7:IS A. M. KMPC at 5:30 P. M. KERN at 7:00 A. M. KERNatS:OOP.M. KPMC at 12:00 Noon KERN at 12:45 P. M. ICKES DASHES HOPES_FOR GAS DEFENDS ADMINISTRATION IN WESTERN POLICY LOS NGELES, Oct. 10. (JP>— Interior Secretary Harold L. Ickes Monday dashed any immediate hopes civilians might have for increased gasoline allotments with the assertion that "we are not Interested in building civilian reserves but only in supplying the armed forces until the war is completed." "We are producing about 525,000 barrels of 100-octane daily now, and this may moan more than 100-octane in grade, for as we approach production capacity we improve the grade," he said in. a press conference. S'o Increase Due "This certainly doesn't mean increased supplies for civilians, but it means the amount needed to com plete the war," he added. "When the war in Kuropo ends we will need greatly increased amounts for the Pacific theater. You tell us when the war is going to end, and we'll tell you something about additional civilian g-asoline." A vast program o£ reclamation, power development, irrigation and flood control is in store for western states if the present administration is retained, the secretary said. 235 Projects Pending "Mr. Dewey says the west lias been neglected, but I say the present administration has done more for the west than any other in history," he declared. "Mr. Dewey apparently doesn't rend the newspapers, or even the bills in congress, or ho would know that some 2115 projects are pending, 20 in California. The program now before Congress colls for federal expenditures of nearly $I!,OUO,000,000 in the west, $000,000,000 o£ it in California." These, he said, include the Central valley project in California. Dillon Myer, his department's war relocation authority director, is doing an "excellent job" with the Japanese minority, ho said, "but as to the return of the Japanese to the Pacific coast, that ia a matter for the army and the courts to determine, since the army took them away." Some 20,000 to 26,000 Japanese have been settled in the mid- west, Ickea said. Taft Officer Honored Overseas on Birthday TAFT, Oct. 10.—A mother's wish that her son should have a birthday cake, and celebration on his twentieth birthday anniversary, prompted Mrs. C. li. Stalcup of Wallace Center to go to the Red Cross Home Service Corps and ask for assistance in having such arrangements made for her. This was two months ago. Last week the local Ked Cross received a V-mail letter from an American Ked Cross field director overseas, stating that Miss Charlotte Brown, an American girl director of the A. H. C. Aevoclub was arranging a party for Lieutenant Oran IT. Stalcup as requested by his mother. Rebekohs Give Reports on District Meeting FELLOWS, Oct. 10.—Reports on arrangements for the district Ee- bekah meeting to be held in Fellows October 28 were given when Samaritan Rebekah lodge met in the I. O. O. F. hall in Fellows recently. Mary Fair, was vice-grand, presided in the absence of Grace Kirland, nobel grand. Meinbers voted to visit Taft Rebekah lodge October 27 when Ada O'Brien, president of the Robckah Assembly will pay her official visit to the Taft lodge. Refreshments were served in the banquet hall by Eloise Pontin, at the close of the meeting. SHARP PRACTICE PITTSBURGH, Pa., Oct. 10. UP)— OPA invesitgators report a new headache. They said they had complaints smokers were being forced to buy razor blades in order to get a pack of cigarettes. 300 Evacuees From China Arrive in U. S. SAN DIEGO, Oct. 10. (U.PI—Nearly 300 civilian evacuees, among them many Americans who had been stranded in China since Pearl Harbor, arrived here Monday. Some were children born to American missionary parents while in China and Burma. AT FIRST SIGN OF A usEQQQ Gold Pieparationrasidirected If Ruptured Try This Out Modern Protection Provide* Great Comfort and Holding Security Without Torturous Truss Wearini An "eye-openInir" revelation In itnilbl* and comfortable' reducible rupture protection may be youre for the afklnc. without cost or obligation. Simply send name end addrest to William 8. Rice, Inc., D«pt. 194-L. Ad*m>, N. 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The SANTA FE Trail SERVES AMERICA IN WAR AND PEACE Fot mote than 100 years, an endless cavalcade of a nation's progress has traveled this storied course of commerce. First came the dashing Conquistadores of Old Spain, the traders and frenzied gold seekers, along with the soldiers and supplies essential to the winning of five wars; Today, The Santa Fe Trail is studded with innumerable training camps, war industries, factories, and farms, for which ready transport is essential to our inev. itable victory... to hasten the day when all America may travel this scenic highway in peace (*Wheel transport first introduced on the Santa Fe Trail.) SANTA FE TRAILWAYS Fifteenth and F Streets W. Q. BAIN, Agent Phone S-S7S1

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