The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 12, 1944 · Page 8
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8 Thursday, October 12, 1944 gft c gafcerstfeft Caltfomfan Clean-up Day Trucks Scour City to Collect Rubbish Cleanup Day today wns marked I by huge piles of rubbish that householders pet out in nlleys as the finale of a week of pickup in the residential and business districts as a part of Bakersfield'p observance (if Fire Prevention Week. Captain Harry Long, head of the fire prevention bureau said that the response to the program was excellent and fine cooperation was extended on the part of householders and will have additional carryover v.-ilue as premises will be kept cleaned. School children assisted by carry- Ing to every door the necessity for checking home for elements of fire hazards and many electrical fixtures were repaired and electricians wcrei reported to be doing a rushing business as decisions were reached in many homes to have wiring checked and, improved for safety sake. Many homes also put in insulation around heaters and provided fire screens for fireplaces against the uses of the winter. SEEK 80 ACRES A complaint to quiet title to SO acres of land, 40 acres of which are vineyard, was filed- yesterday by Carl Stone against Ray and Agnes Rlppey. The property in question Is in the west half of the southwest quarter of section 7, township 25 south, range 2(> east. M. I). B. and M. Attorneys for the plaintiff are Borton, Pet.rinl, C'onron & Borton. Notice! Christmas Gifts for Overseas Must Be Mailed Before October 15 All Gift Packages Wrapped, Packed and Mailed Postage Paid Water Proof WATCHES in Large Variety at Lawson's 17-Jewel Waterproof Watches Special! $ 49 50 Federal Excise Tnx Included • Shock-Protected • Anti-Magnetic • Unbreakable Crystal • Luminous Night Dial • Sweep Second Hand • Stainless Steel Case Cash, Charge, Budget, Layaway No Interest, No Carrying Charges Gift Suggestions for Servicemen Long-lasting Gifts That Will Be Appreciated . . . Many Others for Selection CIGARETTE LIGHTERS SI iiwlurd Model, $O Met :il C.-isc ....................... <£ LEATHER BILLFOLDS Priiieo Gimlner Itruiul. $O * EXPANSION BRACELETS Gold filled, lienvy $ IDENTITY BRACELETS Sterling Silver. $Q Special ................... */» MILITARY RINGS All Services. $9*) As low us .............. i£<£. WIDK WEDDING $ RINGS ST. CliKISTOl'HKK $ MEDALS BS2! .............. $ 2.50,,f6.50 It's Smart to Shop Now for Christmas Gifts No Deposit for Layaway -| L. GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRING High Grade Chronograph Watches "The Watch of Many Uses" ... A super quality "Stop Watch" at an exceptionally low price. Telemeter Indicator 24-Hour Dial HO-Miiiute Indicator Sweep Second Hand Shock-Proof Anti-Magnetic StainlesH Steel Case Elaborate Itound Dial $ 120 I'p to One Year to I'ay Federal Excise Tax Included 3O Days' Service The House of Perfect Diamonds 1709 Nineteenth Street SHARING Ky MAE SALXDER8 Japanese ingenuity also runs to medical service, according to Commander Donald Nelson, navy hr>ro doctor, who spoke here brfriro the Bakersfleld Community Chest workers the other night. Later In the evening, ho showed a groun of us a small kit not longer than eight Inches and probably not moro than four inches wide, containing L'2 instruments used in major operations, including scapol, KH\V for amputations, hemostats find ro- tractors, various size scapols and other equipment. Said Commiinder Nelson. "T wouldn't dare takf> thin apart I would never be able to trot it all bark together again." American doctors carry thoir Instruments in a roll. Freakish wounds amaze the medical profession. Commander Nelson told of one sergeant struck with a bullet that pierced the soldier's helmet and circuited the inside of the holmet. barely creasing the soldier's .skin. The common saying of marines Is, "I don't mind the bullet with my name on it, but I sure don't like those marked 'To Whom It May Concern'." Need of HIP Day—Minter Field Officers' Wives, long thwarted In war volunteer services and general community participation and club activities, because there was no one to look after children, have tnken the situation Into their own hands. This week they launched a nursery care center at Minter Field in one of the buildings on the field nnd are .staffing it from among their members. The care center takes babies in their cradles up to 'teen-age youngsters, permitting mothers freedom on Red Cross Wednesday and for their club mooting* and permitting wives of young cadets to take, jobs at the field where workers are now badly needed. Young cadet wives at the. field with babies are finding it a big boon. The child care center will be open three evenings a week also, permitting husbands and wives to go to a movie in town occasionally. Mi's. Lee Frankovich today asked for donations, loans of furniture, or Bald the club will buy highchairs, tables and chairs suitable for children. Tables and chairs that can be cut down for use of children will be welcomed. Cribs and mattresses are also needed. If anyone wants to assist this project Mrs. John D. Thomas, 004 AVoodrow avenue, will receive calls and pick up any furniture or toys that may be offered. Strrot Scones—Two midgets on a street corner, one in clown costume, and another in witches' dross behind long-sobered mask, a little prelude to Halloween. It must have been a party. A G. I. walking along by his wife, gaily shoving a peramubu- lator. G. I.'s mouth full of pet- nuts. If must have been a furlough. "The. Lawd doan make 'em no better!" .said one Negro to another on the street corner. Wonder who the saint was? Kids at recess time on a school ground, rushing toward the swings and crossbars and scrambling for balls—Indicating that the process of obtaining knowledge is still not sis popular as freedom of recess. Remember how nice it was to get away from all the musty books and out in the sunshine? Dr. Buss Is Speaker at Osteopaths' Meet Dr. W. C. Buss, of the Kern county health department, was the guest speaker at a recent meeting of the Kern County Osteopathic Society held at the home of Dr. A. E. Angell, 210 Tejon avenue, Oildale, it was announced today. Reduce the Comfortable AYDS Way Don't wear yourself out with tiresome exercises. Don't give up all the foods you like. In clinical tests under the direction of medical doctors more than 100 persons lost an average of 14 to 15 IBs. average tn a few weeks with the AYDS Vitamin Candy Reducing Plan. Try it yourself. Phone 5-58S1 Notions Main Floor Weill's Volunteers Needed to Staff Democratic Headquarters A call for volunteers to help staff the Democratic Central headquarters was issued today by P. R. LAch, chairman of the Kern County Democratic Central Committee. The headquarters, situated at 16G9'£ Chester avenue, is open between 10 a. m. and 8 p. m. daily (except Sunday) and volunteers are needed to- hand out literature and ansker questions asked by visitors, Mr. Lynch said. Rather than have a few helpers work long hours, the committee would like a long list of workers who could staff the office for shorter intervals, the chairman said. Anyone wishing to contribute time to further the Democratic campaign is requested to telephone 2-5340 to arrange a suitable schedule of hours. A record of the votes made by congressmen on labor issues is dis- played on the bulletin board at headquarters and persons interested in studying the voting record are Invited to visit the office at any time. Pamphlets outlining the record of Unietd. States Senator Sheridaji Downey, copies of the platform of the Democratic pary of California and toher literature are available for distribution, it was announced. Ready for distribution today are copies of the propositions that will be on the November ballot and voters desiring to study the proposals in advance are invited to visit the Democratic headquarters to secure a copy. Members of the Oil Workers Union who have rallied to the support of President Roosevelt, volunteered to act as precinct .workers, Mrs. Barbara Johnson, office manager, announced. Local Pilots Blast Japanese Oil Center California airmen of Thirteenth Army Air Force helped man almost half the planes which smashed the Jap-held oil center at Balikpapan on Borneo October 1. The raid, compared to the Poloesti raid by some observers, was the longest mission with the heaviest bomb load in the southwest Pacific. The bombers hit oil refineries, cracking plants, and one ship hammering an area which supplies 15 per cent of Japan's aviation gasoline. They had to fly through some of the heaviest and most accurate ack-ack since Rabaul and fought off 40 Zeroes in and out of the target. Second Lieutenant Alfred L. Leslie, 1500 K street, piloted one of the early planes over and Captain Robert A. Hannagan, 1B19 California avenue, flew one of the planes which pounded Balik- papan in the first raid. Smooth Calfskin Cuban Heel Pump in Army Tun Very Attractive Tailored Black Iiizzard Calf tiling Pump AS FEATURED )N All LEADING FASH/ON MAGAZINES fhe HEEL-MARK tells you of a g/onco... 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