The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 12, 1944 · Page 6
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5 Thuredoy, October 12, 1944 Hafafrgffflb Calttorntett COMES TO THE HEARING AID TOVHAT modern styling did far eye" glasses. Zenith now does for the hearing «id! The visible parts blend beautifully with any complexion-are icarcely noticeable. Come in —see the PROOF of new beauty, new convenience and durability, too, in this exclusive Zenith "first." The new Neutral-Color Cord will not fray, is pcrspiration-procf, water-proof, kink-proof, and washable. Just wipe clean with a damp cloth. The result of more than two years of laboratory research -Zenith'i Neutral - Color Earphone and Cord arc now standard equipment —at no extra cost. THE NIW ZENITH RADIONK HEARING AID " 1ADY T0 WIA «- Complet. with N.w N«utrol-Color Magnetic Earphone and Cord — Cryitol Microphone — Radionie Tubei — Batteriei. One model: no. "decoyt"—One qualityi Zenith'i best I —One price: $40. Accept id by American Medical Allocution Council OH Phyiical Therapy Come in for FREE DEMONSTRATION Anytime! 2 Lemoore Soldiers Killed in Collision MFRCKD, Oct. 11. (UP)—Two soldiers from the Lemnore Army Air Field were killed today when the orcyclo on which they were riding collided headon with R car driven by Howard Jrby, Heardon, 2 miles south of Alereed. The dead were Staff Sergeant Kenneth A. Sanders and Technical Set-Brant Alton I!. Kwlney. both of whom returned recently from several months' overseas service with the P'ifteenth Air Force In Italy. Sanders is the son of Mrs. Agm-s Sanders. Kscalor. Swlney Is .survived by his mother, Mrs. Tesslo D. Swjney. (loodrlch. Texas. Highway patrol officers were investigating the accident. LIGHTNING STRIKES THRU E WICHITA. Kan.. Oct. 11'. Some persons, may believe that ning never strikes the same place twice, but it is going to be bard to get All-, and Mrs. John F. Allen of Wichita to believe any such rule. Jn a recent thunderstorm, lightning struck the Allen home not twice but three times—hitting the chimney, roof and bedroom light. In BAKERSFIELD In DELANO to El Tejon Drug Co. 170O Chester Avenue to Marshall's Pharmacy 1111 Main Street In TAFT *° Safe *y Cut R »*« Drug co. 43O Center Street Distributed in Southern California by Brittain-Brown Distributing Co. 649 South Olive Street Los Angeles Some light and mellow REGAL PALE Refreshes go, if cannot fail To help our working 1 6 wives relax Their aching feet and weary backs. -~f*,~ ^v^SMS*^-™ •%!.-•' "*•> , ...-^ ^ ^ ^>^~^ _ „ _. _„,„ , JIST A REMINDER— One of the most stirring photographs released by the navy department Is this one of three United States vessels—the Battleship Arizona, destroyed by dive bombers; the West Virginia (left), which has now been brought to the surface and towed to anchorage, and the Tennessee (center), which was severely damaged by bombs. Note the smoke pouring from the Arizona, first ship in this line. Goeririg Arrested, Says London Paper LONDON, Oct. 11. (UP.)—The London Evening News said today that Relchsmarslml Hermann Goerlng has been arrested. The "News n noted neutral correspondents in Berlin as saying that persons trying to get in touch with Goering had been told by his wife that it was impossible. "Frau Goering added mysteriously, 'It is better not to press the matter'," The News .said. "It is known that for some time Goering has been out of favor with his fellow Nazi party bosses." A German DNB news agency broadcast, however, indicated Goerins: still was very much at large, asserting he attended a Nazi state funeral today for the late Luftwaffe ace, Lieutenant-Colonel Helmut Lent. Goering, DNB said, used the occasion for an appeal to the German people to fight to the last man against the Allied invaders. German Robots Crash in Britain Again LONDON, Oct. 11. (UR)— German robot bombs, coming in from the North sea, crashed in a British east const town shortly before dusk to- ay, ending a one-day lull in the buzz-hornbs offensive. The attack lasted for about ten iiinutes and was met by a heavy flak barrage. Teresa Wright, Hubby Sued for $15,000 LOS ANGELES, Oct. 11. OK—Actress Teresa Wright and her husband, Writer-Producer Niven Busch, were sued for $15,000 damages today on allegations that Busch's 11-year- old son, Peter, shot their cook in the arm while playing soldier. Emerson Robinson, the cook, asserted that the rffccident occurred last Way 29 while the boy was marching around the house in mock maneuvers. The boy is Busch's son by a previous marriage. PILOT PRIZES NECKTIE " FOflT DEVKNS, Mass., Oct. 13. <UR)—General Montgomery takes his Army Air Forces likes to tell how he kept his plane flying with his necktie, then shot down an enemy fighter. When his piano went into a tailspin, York wrapped his necktie around a shattered Instrument t>anel, pulled out of the spin behind a Ktuka and promptly let go with his machineguns. Don't Neglect Slipping FALSE TEETH Do false teeth drop, slip or wabble when you talk, eat, laugh or sneeze? Don't be annoyed and embarrassed by sunn handicaps. FASTEETH, an alka. line (non-acid) powder to sprinkle on your plates, keeps false teeth more firmly set. Gives confident feeling of security and added comfort. No gummy, jroeey, pasty taste or feeling. Get FASTEETH today at any drug store. —Adv. IN BAKERSFIELD—1506 EIGHTEENTH STREET Sea* ***** ChooM your winter coot at S«or«-eonfid«nt tfiat yew an getting smartest styling and utmost valu*. ChooM it from coats for •v«ry occasion, «very budg«t. Bring daughter, too, for w*'v« «il« for •veryon* from arammar airls to missM and matrons. Sable-Dyed Coney FUR COAT •sf- You get bonded value when you buy a Rosecraft fur coat. Try on this rich sable-dyed coney—see its luxury details: generous tuxedo, deep cuffs, free-swinging fullness—feel the silky warmth of the fur... You'll know a Rosecraft coat is your best buy-emd there's one for every budget. 3 WAYS TO BUY YOUR COAT AT SEARS e Use Sears Easy Payment Plan e Or Cash e Will-Call Service CURVED and tapered as a candle With a bow that accentuates (lie dramatic slcn- dcrncss of this magnificent dress. To try it on is to realize you have a lovelier figure tliis fall. Softly draped of fine rayon . . . this will be your favorite dress for transiiion into fall. $22.50 Smart New CLASSIC COATS "IF IT COMES FROM TIBBETTS—IT HAS STYLE" .. . Coats you can wear everywhere ... over anything; perfect over suits. Try them on—feel their good fit ... notice their smart lines, handsome fabrics. Favorite fitted and boxy styles, with a new look of '15. Misses' sizes. Warm Coatsfor Girls S1A95 Bright young styles boasting grown-up details and yummy colors—smart enough for Sunday, sturdy enough for school. She'll love a fuzzy-wuzzy pile fabric that looks like Mother's fur coat, or a trim classic styled just like big sister's. Sizes 7 to 14. YOUR FASHION PURCHASES totaling $10 or more may be made pn SEARS EASY PAYMENT PUN 1317 Nineteenth Street

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