The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 13, 1944 · Page 4
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4 Friday, Octobtf 13, 1044 gafcrTrtttib Caltforntan There's a REASON Why successful growers use Germain's Seed l : or finest stock, commercial growers use Germain's improved strains of flower seed. Germain's Seeds are bred from pedigreed stock and scientifically laboratory tested and rechecked every four months for germination. 25,000 such tests were made last year. AT vot't CARDI:N SUWIY DCAIFR Former Local Man Killed in Accident Killed Thursday wlmn loo lengths] "f ill-ill I'ipe shifted arid pinned him ! .•ig:iin>t the inside of an oil derrick.' was I>. W. Peterson, oil rit:f:cr of I/<>i!C P.oach. formerly of 2.">21 Verde Urive, I.!al<M'sfield. Mr. Peterson is survived by his wile. who. while In this city, was riiipl"\ei| by Southern Pacific, and bis Infiint daughter. i China-Burma-India Paper Charges Stars Shirk Duty BIST FLOWER STOCK" "Growing for ait flowers is my liuMtiMS «nd I try always to £ci the brsr stock pov sihlc. I ttjnr to express my wholehearted satisfjrnon wirli Germain's Seeds."—J B Doyle, P.icoima, California More Comfort Wearing FALSE TEETH H<TI> Is a pleasant way to overcome loose pin Ic discomfort. KASTKKTII, an improved powder, sprinkled on upprr and lower plates holds them rirmer so that they feel more comfort able No Kiimmy. gooey, pasty tnslp or foiling. It's alkaline (non-aciil i. I )OP.<* not sour. Checks "plain odor" (denture drouth). Oft FASTF:KTII today at any drug store. —Adv. .\l:\V VOtfK. Oct. 13. (UP)—The C. B. 1, Roundup, an army newspaper published for soldiers in the China-Burma-India theater, has decided editorially that "something should be done" about Hollywood entertainers who promise hig-tlme entertainment "and show up with hammy routines that would get a \awn at a free dish matinee In Springfield. Ohio, and then dog It after n month or six weeks" because it Is "too. tough." The newspaper, in its September 'JK issue, cited particularly Ann Sheridan, who. it said, spent only '.\~\ days in the C. B. I. area out of a pioiniseil minimum of 60: Joel Mr- Croa. "who. when we last saw him was a husky over-six-foot male . . . \\ ho announced his intention of coming to C. B. I. for a period of liO days but got ns far as Cairo and NATIONAL DOLLAR STORES SEE OUR FALL VALUES FALL HATS Plr«t* Hat* , , .Sport Casuals —A large new selection in hats for every woman; veil, plume, and feather trims. Smart styles- . . . beautiful shades! FALL TWEED COATS Specially Priced Filled, helled and boxed styles. The ever- popular tweed Unit is so practical. Full lining of rayon. Fall shades in green. him. 1 , beige, g*rny and brown. A real buy ill. this price. Si/.cs \'2 lo -I I. NEW FALL PRINT DRESSES . . . A l;ir",e selection in our and two-piece styles. Florals, dotted and phiids. Smart tailored or dressy styles. All new full shades. Si/es \'2 to 20. 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NEW FALL LEISURE JACKETS Smart I will gabardine in loose box style . . . saddle slilch trim on pockets nnd collor. . . . Sues 0 lo (Hi. Leather Jackets $1A95 '"•mi.nc train Ixnliicr. IliiMhlr tiilil fi-rilll . anil nfl.lUMlrt hlo w;tis! Miii|i.«. Ili-nivn ,-i in! lil.-M-k. All rnllv liM.'il «ilh I'lJUil rianili-i. Sr,.i:.i ,"C in 41. 10 TURTLE NECK 'TEE" SHIRTS Fine rili Unit in navy blue and brown. I.nny sleeves, one thicket. Si/.es. small, llie- iliuin and large. UNION SUITS 10% Wool BABY BLANKETS 27x36 Inches . . Fine quality -HTt. lilnnkets. f All with finished lfi's . . striped \vlilto nnd 39< Hlue, pink. Baby's Bunting Soft lirlislird tlaniicl with sal In edging on eollnr nud down (he front . . . nut trill tip hood. 1'lnk nnd lilue. Baby Knit Rompers Fine ribbed knit in pink, blue mid white. Shoulder litilton opening . . . short sleeves nnd helt: round or V neck. Sizes 1 lo .'!. LITTLE TOTS' BROADCLOTH SUITS l.nrgc iissorlnienl in tine brondcloth. T)ressy styles with rac rue or ruffle-trimmed eollnr. Cule sailor styles. Others wilh bib front nud suspenders. All short sleeves. Six.es 1-.1. CORDUROY CRAW-ALLS Fine corduroy, innde with liili front. Full cut for diaper baby. Selection In navy blue, rose, maroon, red, teal bine. Six.es small, medium and large. CHILDREN'S SLEEPERS Tiny lloral patterns in soft wnnn llnnuel. Button front . . . ions sleeves. While nnd pink. Si/es to 12. FINE QUALITY COMFORTERS $£95 YARD GOODS SUITING A striped material: ideal for children's craw-nils. Brown, grecu uiitl blue ; :ii! inches wide. Rayon Jersey 4? . . . For that new dressy fall dress. A wonderful selection in colors and patterns; .".:i inches wide. BIMBA PRINT ... A lovely sheer material In exciting color scheme*. To make that new blouse; 3D iiu-bes wide. Extra Wear! Extra Warmth! Extra Comfort! A new scledimi in comforter*. Si/.e Tl'xM. All lined with I0li'/r> cotton combers. Sateen covered I bright liol'al center with solid color border. Cushion Dot Panels < Si/.e ,",Sx7S. in red green nnd gold clot. . . . For brightening up your old room. 24x54 KITCHEN CURTAINS Tiny dotted pa Hern wilh small tassel-trimmed edces. Curtains all white with oditos in red, itreen, blue and gold. CARD TABLES tv I'e.MUlil'nl modernistic design on strong fiber material. Collapsible leys, liei^e and brown color scheme. REPAIR REASONABLE PRICES MEZZANINE FLOOR heard tell C. B. I. was too touch" nnd nPVPr sot nny further; Paillette (loddard, who rut six tlays off hrr slay because slip was III: Al .Jolson and company, who. although billPd. claimed sickness and never did show up, nnrt Joe K. Brown, whe played :'7 days out of B promised 12n. ' U'e ngiee . . . the C. B. 1. .in pretty rough." thf newspaper said. "Our beef is that before they come, they enter Into an agreement wilh the war department to stay a defi- i.ite length of time. The shows tiro booked Well In advance nnd announced at every base when they are scheduled to play. "So what happens? These selfless Patriots, who. Incidentally, are well. fed. housed, clothed, transported, and paid by the army and I'SO, discover in a couple of weeks that C. B. I. is hot, wet. full of mosquitoes, and they suddenly develop prior commitments, serious ailment^, enciente wives, and (!od knows what else. It all sums up to an overpowering desire to go home, a feeling which we government employe* never have, of course." iinu.\\voni> BLANKS ARMY FOR KVIKRTAINKR TKOl ItLti HOLLYWOOD. Oct. 13. (l/fl—A llollwood victory commiUcp spokesman, replying to an editorial In an army paper published in Delhi. India, that entertainers were shirking their commitments! In that theater, today said every performer had stayed IMP length <rf time he had signed for. "What does happen." the spokesman said, "is that the army will keep an entertained silling around New York for days or a month wailing to ship out. The performer has j commitments back here months [ahead and so can't add the delay onto the other end of his schedule." The victory committee books all film talent for 1'SO camp shows. "As for their pcn'orinanei; when they firl there, we don't know." IIP continued. "But we do know that ihry spend nil the time their commitment calls for." Washington Miss Will Mary Taft Officer TAKT. Oft. II!.—Mr. ami .Mrs. O. L. Solum of Spanaway. \Vash.. arc announcing the engajjcment of their their (lauy"hti\r. Klainc. to Captain ilaugbtcr. lilaine. to Captain Forrest U. Moodie of Taft. The wedding will take place on October L'l. in the Firs! Lutheran Church in Spanaway. Miss .Solum, a member of the Tacoma Ski Club, took part in the j movie. "Sl\i Slopes," made last year in Paradise Valley. She is a member of Beta Sigma JMii sorority at the j I'niversity of "Washington. i Captain Moodie is the son of Dr. i and .Mrs. A. R. Moodie of Tuft. He i is a graduate of the I'niversity of ; California and is a member of Fsi ! Phi fraternity. How To Relieve Bronchitis Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seal of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you i bottle of Creomulsion with the un- ierstandin? you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are ,o have your money back. CREOMULSION For Coughs. Chest Colds. Bronchitis MAYER LEADS NATION EARNERS PRODUCER RECEIVES $1,138,922 IN YEAR •\VA.SII IXGTOX. Oct. 13. (U.P.I — Tup snliirv earner in Ilio nntioli fur the fl.sciil year inj^-4:! was Motion Picture Producer [.mils H. Jlnyor who received $l,l.'!8,9!l:!—fif which some )9iio,oii() went In the government in taxes—the treasury revealed today. Other leading liig-mnnoy earners nn a new supplementary list tunned by the treasury for the calendar year 1942 nr fiscal l!>4!-43 were Movie t'rotliircr Walter WaiiRpf, $710.372. Film Magnate Nicholas M. SeheiicU. $512..191. and Movie Comedians Ahhott and Lou Co.-nello, who together earned $789,028. Investments Not Included A treasury spolitmian noted in referring lo the government'!! $non,0()(l t.-ike from Mayer's Income—which included $104,500 in salary and $l,o;M..|92 In commissions—that incomes over $200.000 are taxed at a rate of !M per cent. The llsl did not. however, show income from investment dividends. Oilier lop remuneration on today's list includes David Bernstein, $.'!:i:i.- 4.'I4: Ham Katx. $:'.70,i:!9: Al Lichtman. $:!lC.li04: K. .}. Mannix. $1172,- 7T>, and Robert J. Paililn. $:il".927 all from I.oew's. and A. Oblcl of Planters Xnt and Chocolate Company, $:>74.7:!7. .Movie players' salaries Included: Loew's—.loan Crawford. $194,615: Tommy Dorsey, $1(15,817: Irene Dunne. $200.000: C.reer (larson. $159.083; Katherlne Hepburn. $110.:i:!:l; Kay Kyser. $99,999: Mickey Kooney, $S1,18B: Holier! Taylor. $17ti,98:!; Spencer Tracy, $219,871. and L,nna Turner. $S7,0»0. ("olumbia Picture Corporation— Brian Ahei-ne. $144.958: .loel Mct'rea, $1 IS,750: lOdward '!. Robinson. $129,- ItiK. anrl Loi-etta Young. $85.000. I'nivcrsal Picture Company., Inc. — riandolph Scolt. $Ki2.1S7. and I-'ra nchol Tone. $101.111. An earlier list, pulilished in .July covering the same salary period was headed by Sidney R. Fleischer of Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation, who received $f!45.0f>0. It showed Presidents Eugene d. Grace of Bethlehem Steel and Thomas .1. Watson of International Business Machines Corporation, each receiving over $500.000. —Caliriirnlnn-XKA Teleplmlo JAI" fOXVOY IS TARGKT—Plnnes of the Km- Hast air forces attack a .lap convoy off Kavieng, .New Ireland island. Bomb bursts straddle the Jap patrol bout in foreground a.s cargo vo.ss.els in background lilax.e fit-rcely before sinking. Air force photo. PIMPLES EXTERNALLY CAUSED CUTICURA SOAP AND OINTMtNl Try prompt relief this proved way. Great world-wide success! Thousands say, "Won- derful!"Buynow! Texas Tornadoes wi Play Here October 18 .Music of llic west at it's best, featuring; the Texas Tornadoes, will be the theme of the bitr harvest jamboree being held Wednesday nlffht, October IS. at the I'nion Avenue Ballroom. The Texas Tornadoes are known for their western style fiance music and feature many western radio stars. The well-known cowboy, lyiii'ky Panicls. will be master of ceremonies. Curly Roberts, the radio singer, and Rose Maddox. cowptirl vocalist, together with Rill Edwards, the trick fiddler, and many others will be present. There will be a big stage show, an old-time fiddler's contest, as well as prizes pnlore and fun for all. Anyone may enter the contest by being j. t the Union Avenue Ballroom Wednesday night. October IS, at S o'clock with a fiddle. It's the first, affair of it's kind and n large crowd is expected to attend the big' harvest .iamboree next Wednesday. October IS. at the Union Avenue Ballroom. Dedication Services Held at Delano Church DKLAXO. Oct. 13.—Special services at the Sunday morning service of the Church of Our Savior-Lutheran dedicated a solid oak baptismal fount, in memory of Mrs. Augusta Blank. Purchased by members of her family and friends, it is inscribed with her name and date of her birth and death. 1S.12 and 1!)4?,. Discussion to Mark Delano P. T. A. Meet OKLAXO. Oct. 1:1.—Parent-Teach-i ers Association of the Delano Joint Cnion High School will hold the, first meeting of the frill sea> Tuesday at 8 p. m at the sell with members of the faculty i resenting the program. According to Harold P.. Olson, perintendeiit. a panel discussion be given in which eight teachers five students will participate. The subject of the discussion will he. "An Overview of the Freshman i Year in High School." Music will also be furnished by members of , the faculty. f Members of the executive board of j the association will be hostesses with Mrs. Scott liiulrl. Refreshments will ! preside at the business session which will precede the program. Parents of freshmen students of the school j are particularly invited to attend the ' meeting. '< "l?t \ 'KM AND WRKCK 'KM 1 ' Pl'YALLri'. Wash.. Oct. 111. (UP.) dumber-hungry civilians are tackling the barracks of the former Japanese evacuation center here on a "buy 'em nnd wreck 'em yourself" ', basis, and the lumber Is going into j homes, rtnd at least one church, the i pastor of which Is one of the crow- i bar-wielding workmen. " ; Distinguished irivelcrs coming here From famous places, far and near, Say REGAL PALE's the best theyVe had from U.S A to Trinidad. JEW. AMBER. BJWING co w fwusm LOOK! for the Name When Ituying Poultry. Dairy or Any Type Animal Feed Be Sure It's Marked "JOAQUIN" Then You'll Know You Have First •Quality nt a Savings SATISFACTION DEPENDABILITY SERVICE And a Highly Digestible Feed With n Maximum of Kffi-^ ciency of 1'roduction Ask fnr It now at Your Nearest Dealer or Phone 9-9234 SAN JOAQUIN GRAIN CO. Foiirtppnth and D Streets AnroM From Hlih School Rakersfleld. California register now WHO WILL PAY YOUR FUNERAL.BILLS? Your widow will not have to pay funeral and burial bills out of the insurance you leave her. 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