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In tendering his resignation Mr. Hoar said: "One nf the issues interjected in the re. cut election was whether i lie dis- li'ict needed private counsel when It is entitled by law to refer its legel matters to the office of county counsel for advice. A majority of the sanitary board still believes services of special counsel are required in this particular district, but it appears the voters think otherwise. In deference, therefore, to the wishes of the voters I shall voluntarily withdraw and waive the balance of my term contract." The board" by resolution fixed the first Wednesday of each month at Mlsemer's cabinet shop. 147 Arvin street. Highland Park, as time nnd place of regular monthly meetings. ArSTHI.A FORTIKIKS STOCKIIOl/M, Oct. 11. UP) -All men and women remaining in Vienna and Hie lower Danube district of Austria have been ordered to report immediately to erect fortifications, I he German-controlled Scandinavian Telegraph Bureau said today. Five Improvement Lectures Slated High Schools and Joycce Work Out Fine Scries Five patterns for selMniprovtnipnt will be presented to members of the liaUer.sfipld and East Bakersfield Parent-Teachers Association groups, as well aa other adults interested, in a series of five meetings to be held at Bakersfield High School beginning Thursday, in Room 17, Junior College building. Given under the adult program of HakcrHflcld Evening High School and Junior College, the series of meetings on Thursday afternoons from ]:.'iO to 3:uO, will cnrirfliasi/.o pultiiriiM which will have as their goals the development of poise, personality, use of voice properly, self- evaluation, use of proper styling and other similar factors. .Miss IJoroihy Hit HIT will serve as co-oi-dinator ami -Miss Ethel Tlobin- son, .Bakersfield High School and Junior College instructor, will present a pattern for correct posture and diction Thursday. Tea will be served at the conclusion of the meeting. Other programs for the course include: Patterns of voice. Miss Robinson: pattern for style, Mrs. Mrs. Eva Lefevre; pattern for worthwhile relationships, Miss Bitner, and pattern for thinking, Dr. Arthur Tait. Arrangements for the series have been completed by a committee which Included Mrs. R. B. Hutcheson, Bakersfield High School Parent- Teachers Association president; Mrs. J. C. Briscoe, and Mrs. lj. G. Fell, and .Miss Bitner. East Bakersfield High School P. T. A. representatives are expecting to participate in the series, with 'Mrs. Charles B. Sehert/, president, heading up the delegation. The series is also open to adults of the community who are interested in this program of self-improvement. HOME Long Term—Monthly Payment LOANS We arrange "made-to-measure" loans on com- « petitive terms and rates for buying your home, refinancing present loans, for repairs, or personal use. Get a "quick-action," low-cost home loan from ELMER F. 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Get youri todayl Use your credit to buy any of the thousands of Items carried In our stocks.or pictured In our catalogs. M ontgomery Ward Twenty-fifth and Chester Phone 7-7871 "Where Parking Is Easier" RECEIVES IIKiHEK RANK— Xow a full colonel is Newton S. Crumley, commanding officer of Mintpr Kiolfl, whoso rank was raised from a liputpnaiit-colonolcy in rpcoj;nitk>u of liis outstanding iibilitips. Minter Field Commander Is Promoted NEWTON CRUMLEY RAISED TO RANK OF COLONEL Minter Field hcaduarters has been officially notified of the promotion to colonel of Lieutenunt- Colonel Xewton 11. Cmurnley, commanding officer of the basic pilot school. Colonel Crumley, who arrived at Minter la.st March 27 to take up his present assignment, is from Klko. iVev. A graduate of the t'nivcTsity of Nevada with the 1!)32 class, he took his Army Air Force pilot training at Randolph Field and Kelly Field, Tex. He served with the First Pursuit Group at Selfridge Field, Mich., in 1933 and 1934, after which he elected to leave active military service for the hotel and restaurant business in his home state. From 1934 to 1941 he was very active in A. A. F. reserve flying and he re-entered the service July 28, 1941. Before being appointed commanding officer at Minter Field he was stationed at Marana Army Air Field, Tucson, Ariz., as director of training. Colonel and Mrs. Crumley and their three daughters reside at 101 Oleander, Bakersfield. Taft Sorority Will Give Fashion Show TAFT, Oct. 11.—Epsilon Theta chapter of Delta Thcta Tau sorority Is completing the plans for the charity fashion show to be held in the Woman's Improvement Club on October 12 at 8 p. m. Tickets may he obtained from any member. Refreshments will be served after the fashion revue. SCHOOL LEADERS MEET INL A. MRS. PORTER PLANS TRUSTEES' PROGRAM Constituting the first co-ordinated meeting of school trustees and administrators on a state level, a successful simultaneous convention was held in Los Angeles recently, from which scores of local participants have now returned. The trustees' program was planned and executed by Mrs. I. E. Porter, of Bakersfield, executive secretary, who was reelected, with the other trustees' staff, to serve the California School Trustees Association for another term. The meeting was a departure also In co-ordinating the P. T. A. program with the other two related agencies. This was done by participation of leadership headed by Mrs. J. J. Garland, state president, Menlo Park, rather than state convention. Responsibility of school Hoards In the current and postwar education- for-peace program, was the point of emphasis for the trustees meeting, sessions of which were directed by Dr. Louise Hector of Berkeley, president, with 300 or more persons participating. The joint session was on educational postwar planning, and officers of the three groups were platform guests at Biltmore hotel, where the trustees convention was held for three days. Among important speakers were Colonel Alex Heron, of California State Reconstruction and Re-employment Commission, Dr. Theodore 1 [slen Chen, Dr. Vierling Kersey. Patrick Michael Cunning, Dr. Virgil K. Dickson and scores of others. A cappella choir of Los Angeles High School, and a Chinese children singing group were among musical units to which the convention was indebted. Mrs. J. AV. Voorhips and Guy Gurrard of Bakcrsfield-. speaking on the part of a local school board in juvenile protection, nnd in the part adult education groups may play in the lives of returned veterans, won approval from their hearers. Officers of the organizations are predicting that the simultaneous meetings of the two groups, with participation by the P. T. A., may become traditional. DEMONSTRATION MEET SET Use of machine attachments will be demonstrated at Elk Hills by Miss Dorothy AA'ilklnson of the agriculture extension service at the home of Mrs. Ruby Long, Thursday, at 1:30 p. in. The women are asked to bring their own materials and sewing machines and attachments. BODY ODOR End your fears this pleasant, easy way Why endure strong-smelling soapswhen a daily bath with fragrant, mildly medicated Cuticura Soap banishes grime and odor instantly, leaves you feeling completely refreshed -and confident! Finish with fragrant, borated Cuticura Talcum to absorb perspiration and guard against offending. Buy todayl DIES IN NAZI VRISON—The German government has reported to (he war department of the death of lieutenant Karl C. Kdgar, who died of wounds received in action. Lieutenant Edgar had been reported missing- August 7 and died August 8 in the Kuropcnn area. His wife, Mrs. .Shirley Edgar, resides at 1421 Baker street and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Edgar, live in Oildale. Dr. Campbell Is Kiwanis Speaker His views on the 'Battle of Germany" were aired before Kiwanis Club members at their meeting Monday at Bakersfield Inn, by Dr. William O. Campbell, professor of philosophy at the University of Southern California, who predicted that the war In Europe will stretch far ln|o 1947, since military experts have said that If victory is not won ! In October, weather and other fac- i tors will delay action. President Albert Phillips reporting on the district convention held in Los Angeles last week, which was attended by himself, Cliff Whelden, president-elect, Irving Randolph, vice-president-elect and Member R. E. Cady, announced that the new Kiwanis district governor chosen there is Charles Giiffen of the Beverly Hills club. Guests yesterday were Clyde Hoiland, Theodore Spud Harder, Joe Novak, O. R. Dlbley and visiting Kiwanian from Cincinnati, Eugene B. Slvex. Why Thousands off Doctors Hive Prescribed Sergeant Spotanski Is German Prisoner Sergeant Alexander Spotanski, brother of Mrs. Nellie Stout, 1108U. Lincoln street, who was previously reported missing in action July 15, I!M4, is now reported interned by Cermany by the war department through Associated Press. ^j. MTV rrvwnneja ftrhtssf/i FOR (DUE TO COLDS) *P Pertuasln must be good when thousands upon thousands of Doctors have prescribed it for so many years. Pertussin acts at once to relieve your coughing. It loosens and makes phlegm easier to raise. Safe and effective fog both, old and young. Inexpensive [ SEND MONEY PAY BILLS This Stifc, liusy Way! BUY BANK OF AMERICA MONEY ORDERS Bank «f Aatrit* TOoney Crdtr '• • I I he war seems to have given the American people a new interest in their railroads. Perhaps it is because they have seen the enormous war load the trains are carrying. Perhaps because so many people, including thousands in uniform, are riding trains for the first time. As the war in the Pacific steps up, you'll see more and more S.P. locomotives pulling heavier and heavier war loads. In this advertisement, Southern Pacific shows you: How to tell Locomotives opart 4-8-8-2 This is the "Big Bertha" of locomotives—Southern Pacific's giant Articulated Consolidation, These mammoth engines pull trains over the High Sierra and other western mountain ranges. "4-8-8-2" is an example of the universal "shorthand" used for designating types of locomotives in the United States. It means that there are 4 small wheels under the leading truck, two sets of 8 driving wheels, and 2 small wheels under the trailing truck. To tell locomotives apart, you simply count the wheels, separating the smaller wheels in the front^and back from the big wheels that drive the locomotive. The Articulated Consolidation, or "AC", weighs more than 500 tons, with tender, is 125 feet long, and develops 6,000 horsepower. >OOOO WOO OOCJ GOOD 4-8-2 ooo ooo 4-8-4 These locomotives are known as "General Service" type ("GS" for short). They pull the streamlined Daylights and the Lark, as well as other passenger trains and fast freights. Length of engine and tender is 110 feet, weight more than 400 tons, horsepower 5,500. These powerful and faithml engines are universally known as the "Mountain" type (designated by "MT" on the cab), used in both freight and passenger service. Length of engine and tender, 97 feet Weight, 330 tons. OOO 4-6-2 WWW \JU\J 4-10-2 Originally designed by Southern Pacific, these engines are appropriately known as "Southern Pacific" type. They have three cylinder! instead of two. Length of engine and tender ia 101 feet, weight 368 ton*, horsepower 4,100. This is another faithful locomotive known throughout the United States as the "Pacific" type (designated by the letter "P" on the cab). Engine and tender are 91 feet long and weigh about 285 tone. S-P The friendly Southern Pacific Off.
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