The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 11, 1944 · Page 5
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BRICKER WILL VISIT OCTOBER 19 ' PLANS UNDERWAY FOR r CANDIDATE'S ADDRESS Governor John W. Bricker, Republican candidate for vice-president, will make a two-hour visit to Bakers- Held, Thursday, October 19. Announcement that the famed Ohio governor will include Bakersfield in his itinerary, was made here today by William Relchel, northern California Dewey-Bricker campaign chairman. « Governor Bricker and his party will arrive at the Santa Fe station in Bakersfield at 8 a. in., October 19. lie will be met by a large delegation <3t Upwoy-Brlcker supporters headed by 1'lilllp M. \Vagy, Kern county Republican chairman,' who will escort the noted visitor to Hotel El Tojoh for a breakfast meeting with party leaders. At 10 a. m. Governor Bricker will make a 15-minule radio broadcast from Griffith Stadium, after which he will proceed to the Southern Pacific station where he will board his special train for Tulare and Fresno. California's popular Governor Earl Warren, will accompany Governor Bricker on his tour of California. State Realty Head Praises Legion Book Glenn Williams Lauds Local Post's "Those Who Serve" ARGENTINA NOT INVITED WASHINGTON, Oct. 10. OP)—The White HdMse said today that Argentina was not Included in- the invitations sent to other Latin American government representatives to attend the White House ceremony Thursday in celebration of Columbus Day. President Roosevelt will make a brief radio speech on that occasion. VISITS —H. H. Brown, representative of the public safety department of the Automobile Club of Southern California, is In Bukers- fielil conferring with city and county school authorities for the purpose of encouraging driving education. Havi Your Eytt Examlmd Opin a Chart! Account GLASSES • That are right for your eyes and your job. CONSULT DR. R. F. ABRAMS OPTOMETRIST 1S07 Nineteenth Street Phone 2-7335 Auto Club Urges Driving Education For the purpose of encouraging the teaching oC automobile driving 1. the public schools, H. H. Brown, representative of the public safety department of the Automobile Club of Southern California, will confer with Bakersfield and Kern county school supertntendent and administrators during the week beginning today. As a part of the automobile club's safety education program, Air. Brown will outline a streamlined course of driving Instruction which, it is hoped, will be included in the study courses of Bakersfield and Kern county schools. $«5 TAKEN Theft of $25 from the cash register of Gilmore service station, Nlles and Union avenue, was reported to police at 5:30 p. m. yesterday by C. R. Gentry, proprietor. Mr. Gentry was unable to say when the cash was taken. Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief- Banker rich beyond belief- Baker, butcher, prince or peer" All agree onREGtfBHR Upon viewing the pages of "Those Who Serve." American Legion publication, Glenn Willlman, secretary of the California Realty Association, Commended the Frank S. Reynolds Post 2fi, American Legion, for the result of the long hours of work, according to John W,atts, editor of the 'book. Editor Watts said that Mr. Will- lams was "very much pleased with the work, and complimented the Legion highly in the publishing of the history of the county and the preservation of the memory of those boys who are giving their time and risking their lives that democracy might survive." "Those Who Serve," which was released last week for public sale, has been sponsored by the local Legion post and has taken a year to publish. It contains the pictures of more than 5000 servicemen and women and the complete history of Kern written by Jesse Stockton, history instructor at Bakersfield high school. Books are on sale at the Legion hall and at various stores through out the city. Fire Prevention Play Slated by Students In keeping with fire prevention and clean-up week for Bakersfield. [ the fourth grade at Franklin .School , will present, October 13, the original comedy "It Could Happen to You." The all-boy cast, under the direction of Miss Edith Fox, includes Mrs. Safety, played by Paul Adams; Mr. Safety, by Lemuel Bundy; Miss Careless, by Peter Bradford. Stop, Look and Listen, all daughters of Mrs. Safety, are played by Gordon ViGario, Billy Dixon and Charles Snail. ThjB policeman is played by Dale Compton and the caretaker by Johnny Loechner. EMERSON P. T. A. WEDNESDAY Emerson P. T. A. will meet next Wednesday night, October 18, and not tonight, as erroneously reported In Tuesday's Californian. The subject of the meeting is "Know Your Child's School, which also is the theme for the year. Mrs. Leo B. Hart will preside. DECORATED — Private John F. Brae-keen was presented with the Soldier's Modal for heroism displayed when he participated In the rescue of a pilot and cadet from an airplane that crashed and burst into flames near Cortario, Ariz., Side Camp last February. Private Brackeen was serving with a military police escort guard company when he made the rescue, but is a member of an antitank company of an infantry regiment. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H, Brackeen, Route 2, Bakersfield. Dealers Urged to Stress Mail Date Although brisk prc-Chrlstmas buying indicates that families and friends nf servicemen overseas arc meeting the mailing deadline, the Baker.st'ield dealers remind their customers that the last day to mail yuletide servicemen's gifts abroad is Monday. Packages destined to members of the armed forces overseas may be mailed after that date but the post- office does not guarantee the packages' delivery before Christmas. Copies of the rules and regulations for overseas packages are still available at the chamber offices. Deadline on Merchant Marine Gifts Set In order that Christmas mail may be delive/ed on tim« to fighting men in the merchant nvirine, Kern residents must mail all parcels before October 15, Ensign R. M. Singer, Jr.. public relations officer for the United States Maritime Service, announced today. Just as In sending regular mail to merchant seamen, packages must give the mime of the ship, in care of the postmaster in New Orleans, New York or San Francisco, depending upon where the man is on duty, it was explained. Packages should not exceed 11 pounds, 18 inches In length, or 42 Inches in length and girth combined. He said that no request is necessary and not more than one parcel a week may lie sent. fglie 9akn«titto Caltfomten Wednesday, Ocrekr 11,1944 5 .I'PJJTK'AI. tender pert*—soothe r«w. unertinf sldit, md quickly promote comfort,depcfido« RESINOL" r AND SOAP A-B-C PERSONAL LOANS LOANS BY PHONE 6-6771 or 8-8675 Ask tor fh» Ptnenal loan Man "You sure get good service" "I told them what I needed— and it was no trouble at all. Friendly and prompt—and low-cost, too." QUICK, CONFIDENTIAL SERVICE 6 PII $MO PIR YIAR. NO OTHK CHAROI I* 12 MonHily pay I AUCTION SALE OF 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 Dept., Kern County High School This Is an Invitational Sale THE FOLLOWING DAIRIES ARE CONSIGNING CATTLE Adohr Milk Farms, Tarxan; Barnegate Dairy, Grass Valley; Bnyd Kanns, Yuba City; John Suglian, Dairy, Fresno; Happyholnic Dairy, Lodi; Kern County High School Farm, Bakersfield; Stale Polytechnic School, San Luis Obispo; San Carlos Dairy, Monterey; Van De Kamp Dairies, Cuuoga Park. •AKERSFIEID OFFICES Ch«Ur Av«. of ISthSt. Boktr end Jaclcxm St». To Appear Here Fred F. Housor, Lieutennnt-Rov- ernor of California, candidate for United States Senate, will visit Bakersfield, Wednesday, Oct. 11. Hear and Meet Lieutenant-Governor FredF.Houser Candidate for U. S. SENATOR Wednesday, Oct. 11 JEFFERSON PARR In event of rain program will be lielcl in Washington School auditorium. Motion pictures of latest releases from war fronts will be shown preceding Air. Houser's address at Jefferson Park In East Bakersfield, Wednesday evening. You nre cordially invited to attend. The program begins at 7 P. M. Public Invited! This advertisement sponsored by Kern County Republican Central Committee. .CHEVROLET FIRST IN i-SUIftOI" CAR INOINI SERVICE IUIMUTE THROUGHOUT MOTOR WANTED TWO MEN Operation—Maintenance Work Bakersfield Water System 8-Hour Day—5-Day Week Monthly Salary California Water Service Co. Apply at Field Ottice 1631 Twenty-first Street, Bakersfield. 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