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5 Somrdoy, October H, 1944 gafatrgfirlb CaUtornian By MAK "Machines do not make a civilization. Civilization must have a soul. We are now further away from Christianity tliRn when it first became a human concept." This was Kzio Pinza speaking yesterday at Hotel El Te.ion nursing a cold, before the local concert. He disavows completely being a philosopher preferring to let professional philosopher* take over the enunciations of thought. He is not. however, without ideas on the subject. He believes that a philosophy is not a philosophy unless ii is a living philosophy, activated IPY actual day-to-day living. "I may be inclined to trciodness. but it' I am lint gddd. then that is not truly my philnsnphv. I'hi- losnphy is made up of cnmlinn, cjr- I'um.siaiices, facts nf mi? life. It is not an abstraction. He thinks that the philosophy of the times generally, ibat is practiced by' most persons, is a materialistic and pragmatic one. He thinks that an unhealthy person physically is apt to generate an unhealthy philosophy. To illustrate what he meant, he told S.UNPERS of lepers isolated on a certain island that leap to bite visitors in order to infect them with the same disease. He believes that social disorders emanate from the same feeling, a hate for the normal and healthy, coming from the abnormal and unhealthy. Mr. Plnza does not see a great flowering of American opera conceived from American novel and drama "because these deal too specifically with American family and American life, while great opera is concerned more "with th" unreal and fantastic." The dying of the great hero ideal in American literature may have hampered the development nl' opera In this country, and he concedes that with the war and war heroes returning to American life that the hero Ideal may again become a part of American life. AVestern literature with the hero Ideal is probably closer to tho heroic ideal necessary for opera, lie pointed out that most American operas created thus far have used other than American wettings such as Peter Ibbetson. the King's Henchman, nnd others. EXPAND LOCAL VET AID PROGRAM SPECIAL TRAINING SET FOR LOCAL WORKERS Expansion and improvement of the I'nited Slates Kiiipln.\ inenl Service's program Tor disabled war vcl- frans and other physically handicapped persons in this locality, was announced today by (Jeorge I. Lewis, manager of the BakvTsfield office of the t'nited States Kmpluymenf Service, who said his entire staff will receive special training in individualized service to these appli- ca n I s. The training. Manager Lewis said, will teach the interviewer to analyze job requirements and to match the capacities of disabled veterans aiid other physically handicapped persons with the physical demands of the job. This function is by no means new to the employment service, but with the number of discharged disabled veterans steadily increasing and with the volume of Industrial accidents mounting as a result of more persons in the labor force, this phase of the I'nited States Employment Service program will be emphasized and broadened, the employment service manager said. John J. MacGillvray. state veterans employment representative; Ji.hn Reel, war manpower commission state training officer, and Edythe Kennedy of the WMC veterans' service division, wore in the local office on Wednesday and Tlmrs- (Inv to present the training to the entire t'SES office staff and will return here on future occasions to give additional instruction to veterans' employment representative's. Bryan J. Coleman. local veterans' representative in The Bakersfield office, was highly commended by this group on the progress made in Kern county. The co-operative spirit in Kern county between all veteran groups and organizations was also highly praised. Future plans call for setting up of a conference clinic In each southern California t\SKS office. This clinic, acting in collaboration with other agencies, will utilize the services of specialists within the employment service and In the community at large to counsel disabled veterans nnd other physically handicapped persons and place them In employment which will utilize their full capacities and capabilities, Manager Lewis said. SENTENCED Fred Clements, 38, was sentenced to Gt) days in road camp and U'O days suspended sentence in Judge W I,. Laird's police court yesterday afternoon on n petty theft charge He was accused of stealing a wallet from Clyde Ely, while the victim wan asleep in the Greyhound bus depot Thursday night Woolgrowers Discuss 1944 Plans at Meet The HMI government wool production program, the dressed pork and mutton ceilings-, transportation and prodilory animal control were among the toiiics discussed at an all-day meeting of the Kern County Wuol- growers Association today at the office of secretary of the association. Judge Frank Noriega, ii.'il Sunnier street. Presiding was Pascal Ansolabe- here, president of the local group. <!uest at the meeting was W. P. AVing. secretary of the California Woolgrowers Association. County association meetings are being held instead of state-wide gatherings because of transportation difficulties. to the Music of Bob Sisson and His Orchestra TONIGHT in Kern County's Most Popular Dance Spot D TVI in Downtown Kakerscld Within Easy Walking Distance ON THE CORNER OF SIXTEENTH and "EYE" Admission 6Uc Incliidini; lai Servicemen 50c Including Tai Garage, Furniture Destroyedjn Delano A garage full of furniture was destroyed by fire Friday at 9 p tn. at Jefferson and Eighth streets, in Delano. Foster Doty, 805 Kensington street, owner of the furniture, suffered a $1700 loss and E<1 Richardson, garage owner, lost .fljoo worth of property, according to the county fire department. Fire was supposed to have started from spontaneous ignition in a mattress. Welding operations on a Bulck 1037 sedan .started n fire in the car owned by John Young, at the 100 block on Twentieth street, Friday at 5:H. r i p. m. Damage is estimated at $20 by the city fire department. Sonora Woman Will Address JDelano Club DELANO, Oct. M.—Taking for her subject, "Pales-tine Past and Present," Mrs. Homer Dewith Rose of Sonorn, Bible chairman of the State Federation of Women's clubs, will address the Woman's Club at S p. m. Monday at the clubhouse. Mrs. Ray Frederick, president, urges members to note that this Monday night meeting is in lieu of the regular Wednesday afternoon meeting. She extends a cordial invitation to friends and husbands to attend this evening meeting. Mrs. Erwin Blair. vice-president and chairman of the program committee, will introduce the speaker. Woellner Address Is Open to Public 7n order to share the privilege of hearing Dr. Frederick Woellner, of the education department at University of California at Los Angeles, one of the most popular speakers before Bakersfield audiences, Bible see- lion of Woman's Club, sponsor of his lecture Monday, Is Inviting the public to the club auditorium at 2 p. m. Doctor Wotllncr opens the season for the section, using the topic "A Layman Looks at the Bible," to launch the series "The Bible—a Global Challenge." Mrs. T. J. Clnnin is the chairman and Mrs. A. B. Ticck, vice-chairman. I 18-Month-Old Boy Run Over by Auto in Arvin An eighteen-months-old boy, George Lee .Mustin, KOII of Air. and Mrn. Oliie .Mustin, Knrlow Camp, Arvin, wag killed Friday lit 0:,'i() p. m. at the camp when a car driven hy K. U. Kicks, 17, also of Barlow Cninp, ran over him. The hody 18 In Doughty •(:alhonn-O'.Meara Chapel. CAN SEE KIUEND8 Dr. <;. S. Lambeth, who underwent a major operation October 4, is now sufficiently convalescent to we friends, at Kan Joaqnin hospital, lie la recovering so satisfactorily that he expectn to return to his home, 2209 Oregon street, In a week or 10 days. Announcing CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP Nile Point Drive Inn 2225 NILES STREET ROBERT R. HENRI', New Owner Tecate Beer All You Want to Carry Home REGULAR DINNERS PLATE LUNCHES SHORT ORDERS SANDWICHES BEER AND SOFT DRINKS Open 10:00 A. M. - 8:00 P. M. Closed Tuesday* Miss Betty Wagner Weds W. B. Calvert TAFT, Oct. 14 —Miss Betty Wagner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner, of 614 Kern street, became the bride of William B. Calvert. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Calvert, of 202 Shattuck avenue, at a ceremony performed In Bakersflekl, September 27, according to announcements received by local friends this week. The ceremony was performed by Judge Stewart Magee, after which the couple left for a short wedding trip in Hollywood. Mr. Calvert has just returned from two years service in the South Pacific with the United States Navy. He is a veteran of eight major battles. -MONITORS KKI'OItT —Firr> monitors at Washington School report to Captain Harry I-ong of the fire | pivveiitlon bureau and Miss Dorothy M;jp Gibson, counselor, during a recent, fire drill at the school. In HIV picture are (left to right, first row) Jerry How, Bobby Hukill, Miss (libson, Harry Gray, fire chief, (second row) Dave Martin, Charles Ccsmat, Jifck May. BRIEF NEWS NOTES Circles of tho Delano Community Methodist Church will meet Thursday in the homes of members. All will meet for no hostesses lunches. Circle Xo. 1, Mrs. lOruest Carstens, chairman, will meet at the home of .Mrs. Carl Haag. After lunch members will adjourn to the Red Cross rooms for an afternoon of work. Circle No. 2. .Mrs. Harry I licit, chairman, will meet at the country home (.if .Mrs. Harold Scott on the county highway: and Circle No. ',\, -Mrs. Oi-in Parker, chairman, will meet with Mrs. A. I,. Smith. I'ri- affiliated women of the community are invited to attend any of these meetings. Two lollies arrived at Delano Hospital October 1". Mr. and Mrs. 11. j Holland of Karlimart announce the arrival of a daughter and Mr. and Mrs. P. Dalivel of Delano welcomed a son. Tlio Delano Dewny-Rricker Club has established headquarters at 1021 Main street In Delano. It is open daily from 12 to <>:uO p. m. Returning to their Delano home from a five-day visit in Imperial valley arc Air. and Mrs. Clarence Merchant. Celebrating the birthday anniversaries of W. Doyle Harper, and his niece. Patricia Boettcher, Mrs. Harper entertained at a family gathering recently at their country home east of Delano. The following relatives and friends were present: Mr. arid Mrs. Oroville F. Klusmire and daughters, Louise and Donna; .Air. and .Mrs. Lawrence BoUcher. and daughters. Patricia and Maryettu: .Mr. and Airs. Harper and da tfg liters. Barbara and Marjorie. and son, Daniel. Honoring her daughter and granddaughter, Mrs. James Kyle and daughter. Barbara, Mrs. Alice M'oss entertained at her Delano home recently. Present with the honor were .Mrs. Donald Vincent. Mrs. A. S. Cole and son. Sterling; Mrs. CJiiy Roberts and son, Terry; Mrs. William Shewcrai't and daughter. Carole Sue: Mrs. Setrakian and daughters, Donna Sue and Judy Sue; David Smith, Mrs. K. J. Byrne, and the hostess. New honks recently received at the Delano branch library include ".lethro Hammer," by Craig Rice, "Towards Zero." Agatha Christie, and "So Much Blood," Zelda Popkin. Dalton Tells of Strikes' Labor Loss : "Sixteenth one-thousandths of one j per cent of nil time worked was lost i as a result of strikes in California j during the first six months of 1944," .announced John F. Dalton. state , labor commissioner. "The t'nited States Bureau of La- ( bor Statistics reports there were 4S j strikes in the state during the period j January-June of 11)44 (latest available), involving Ij.L'LTj workers and resulting in a total of M.tiui man- days of idleness. "The California division of labor statistics and law enforcement estimates that, excluding agricultural workers, wage and salary employes in California worked a total of 338,040.(J»0 man-days during the first six •months of this year. The 53.1)52 days of idleness therefore represents sixteen one-thousandths of one per cent of total working time." 58,000 Registrations Predicted in County A total of ns.ooo registrations In Kern County is predicted by County Clerk R. ,1. Veon today on the basis of incomplete 'tabulations. The first 'i'i. !!",") regi.stration.s tabulated include the city of Bakersfield and other towns arranged alphabetically to Delano, precinct 4. Of these 22.!):!5 tabulated. 7SS7 are Republican and 14.47S Democratic. Mr. Veon says that he expects registration in the county to be even more heavily Democratic, with the ratio coming to more hatu " to 1, since rural districts a.re anticipated to go largely Democratic. Marie Alvis Arraigned in Township Court Judge Stewart Magce of the Sixth Township Court set bail at $1000 for Marie Genevieve Alvis, who was arraigned yesterday on two charges of making and passing bank cheeks without sufficient funds. She will be held to answer to Superior Court. The defendant is accused of passing two bad checks at Harry Coffee's store, one for $3(i.7(i and the other for $13.53. Deputy District Attorney Roland "Woodruff represented the people. ISASKET SOCIAL SCHEDULED A basket social will be .sponsored by Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- Day Saints at the church October 20 at 7 p. m. All children are asked to dress as nursery rhyme or funny- book characters. A fish pond, prizes for the prettiest lunch baskets and dancing will feature the evening. Lutheran Church Nears Unification MINNEAPOLIS. Oct. 14. <U.R>— Unification of the eight groups of tha Lutheran Church was a step nearer today after the United Lutheran Church became the final body to ratify the constitution of the National Lutheran Council. A motion by Dr. C. N. Distlcr of the Maryland synod to return the proposed constitution to committee's was voted down after Dr. Edgar Rees Tolloss, president of Wittenberg College, Springfield, Ohio, told delegates to tho fourteenth biennial conference that such a move would delay "larger co-operation three years." Previously the executive board of the church said it planned to allocate approximately $1000,000 a year for missions to handle rehabilitation in India, China, Russia, Europe and in meeting postwar demands in the United States. Man Held on Charge of Stealinq Truck Arthur T..PO Peoples, 22, of the Arthur hotel, was arrested by police at f':25 p. m. yesterday on a charge ol' grand theft of an automobile. He is accused of stealing a Chevrolet truck belonging to .Inmes "\V. Gee. The arrest was ma'de after Peoples wns involved in an accident in the If.OO block of Eighteenth street. Officers V. II. Cronhite and C. R. Mil- lignn made the arrest. "Rationing" Opens at Rialto Sunday Wallace Beery as the point-short butcher and Marjorie Main as the strident-voiced head of the rationing board clash terrifically in their latest co-starring comedy. "Rationing." showing at the Rialto Sunday and Monday. Bill Boyd as Hopalong Cnssldy nnd his faithful pals ride through "Lost Canyon," the second feature. The Spanish films, "Hija Del Cielo." with Susanna Guix.ar, and "Seda, Sange y Sol." starring Jorge Negrete, will start a three-day run Tuesday. New Fellows Residents Honored at Shower FELLOWS, Oct. 14.—Mr. and Mrs. C, uy Shelby and sons, Kenneth. Meryl and Beryl, of Missouri, new residents of Fellows, were honored at a household shower given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Daily recently. Mesdames J. C. Kehoe and R. C. Krigbaum assisted Mrs. Daily. Attending were Messrs, and MPS- dames W. B. McCleary, Rex Branson and family, Clive Nesbit and family, Love Ray and family, D. Riloy, R. C. Krigbaum, J. C. Kehoe, Hushell Cox and family, S. A. Nesbit, Ray Barnhart and .1. O. Daily and Mesdames Helen Denison and family, Leona Woolen, Mathie Watts, Wylma Morris and family, Chester Watts, Hallie Kelly and family. Bertha Gammill and family. FRENCH SEE U. S. FILM PARIS. Oct. 14. (&>— A milling, excited crowd of Parisians waited hours last night to see their first new American films since 194(1. The program, which featured Deanna Durbin in "It Started With Eve," attracted few American soldiers, for the film was advertised under a French title. SURE RETU INS TODAY HART TELLS OF MEETING TO STUDY FINANCE Leo B. Hart, Kern county super intendent of schools, returned _toda from a three-day conference In Oak land of a state committee appointet to study reorganization of stat financial support to schools. Th committee of which Mr. Hart is f member is working under the stat commission of education, which wa In turn set up by state reconstruc tion and re-employment commission appointed by Governor Warren. Mr. Hart has been assigned to d research on available county fund and services throughout the state Other problems being studied b the committee include physical rea sons for better school districting minimum standards that should b set for each school, the basis fo determining state apportionment anc whether tho average dally attend ance basis is the best. Aid to schools of various ag groups is being studied and ' th weighting of educational costs of dif ferent levels, aid to districts of varl ous sizes, federal aid to education and the problem of assessed prop erty valuation in relation to tru valuation. Material collected by the group will be presented to the next sessioi of the Legislature for consideration Mr. Hart said. The committee, headed by Dr. A! fred Simpson of Harvard University is made up of the city superinten dents of Palo Alto and Albanj schools; assistant superintendents o Oakland, Los Angeles, Pasadena San Diego and Los Angeles count.\ schools, and representatives of th California Taxpayers Association the State Board of Education and the Reconstruction and lie-employmen Commission. GREENFIELD BURGLARY An undetermined amount of merchandise was taken from A. B. Perry's cafe, Greenfield, in a burglary reported to the county sheriff's office this morning. Deputy Sheriff Ernest Fisher is working on the case. We Cater to Private Parties SOUTHERN KITCHEN 604 Chester Avenue Phone 3-1371 Open l>nily , r > I'. M. to !) I 1 . M. Open Siitimlny it 1'. M. to 1 A. M. Open Sumlny 1'2 Noon to 9 I*. M. • Southern Fried Chicken •Virginia linked Hani • Thick Juicy Steaks —ALL THE HOT BISCUITS AM) HONEY YOU CAN EAT DKLICIOl S HOME KAKKD TIES SERVED WITH WIIHTED CREAM "Jim" and "Helen" Lovegreen—Proprietors DANCE EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT BEARDSLEY DANCE PAVILION "Where They All Go for Fun" Beardsley Dance Orchestra Admission 50c, Plus Tax Dancing 9 to 1 DANCE EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT EL PATIO PAVILION 1% Mild Wv«t of (Irmiflrld an Tuft Highway NO BETTER FLOOR IN KERN COUNT!' lu OUELL JOHNSON ind HIS KIIYTHM RANCH PALM DANCE Every Saturday Night THE BARN QCORQC LAFFOON and His Barn Owls Modern and Old Time Dancing No Jitterbugi—No Slacks— No Levii PHONE 2-5211 Open Daily at 12 Noon Sunday, Monday, Tuesday SPENCER TRACY IRENE DUNNE In "A GUY NAMED JOE" Johnny Mack Brown in "WEST OF THE RIO GRANDE" Cartoon News Last Times Today "Higher and Higher" "Westward Ho" Chapter 11, "Tiger Woman" The most Important event in 50 years of motion picture enter- tainment! . —" Continuous Saturday and Monday PRICES MATINEE, 3:15 F. M. Tax Tntnl Two Shows Daily 2:15 p. m.-8:15 p. m. NIGHTS. 8:15 Tax Total Adult" . , . iric 18o tl.10 Children . . . 4fic lie 50r Service . , . 83c 13c 7«e RIALTO Sunday and Monday Wallace Beery Marjorie Main in "RATIONING" BILL BOYD in Tost Canyon" MARCH OF TIME Last Times Today "Here Conies Elmer" "The Rains Came" Bakersfield Community Theatre Presents "CLAUDIA" Directed by BUBT BROWN Washington School Auditorium October 16 and 17, 8:30 P. M. ADMISSION: Adults, 72c; Students, 37c Tax Included Tickets on Sale at Tracy's Music Store, The Yarn Shop Bakersfleld High School Rolling Hills Riding Club HORSES FOR RENT by Hour or Day t . and for All Special Occasions Let Us Help You LEARN TO RIDE Sterling Road and Oregon One Block North of Nile* on Sterling Phone 4-4636 or 3-18S3 The Place to Dine! FRENCH VILLAGE featuring • Chicken • Steak • Roast Duck DINNERS On Real Road Between Chester Lane and Brundage Lane DANCE Where Friends Meet R. K. (Buster) EVANS With His VICTORY DANCE ORCHESTRA Every Saturday Night UNION AVENUE BALLROOM Modem and old-time dancing—no JlttorbuKffnR—«verjr Saturday night. Admission Me plui tax. DaocuiR 9 te 1. WEST CQflST OXTHEK LAST JEAN ARTHUR X«M LEE BOWMAN P *» CHARLES COBURN "IMPATIENT YEARS" LORNA GRAY PETER CROOKSON "THE GIRL WHO DARED" TOMORROW! Doors Open at 12 NOON . Anna Seglcr's Best Seller— The Story of MEN . WHO WERE HINTED— The SEVEN WHO ESCAPED From A Nazi Concentration Cmnfi! Starring Spencer Tracy In Hi* Most Thrilling Role "The 7th CROSS" with Signa Hasso Hume Cronyn and a Score More PLUS— UUIKUKNIA Matin** Daily Doors Open 1:30 IAIIAIA STANWYCK IOWARO C. •OIINSON Sf^ft fry'ip "^SL^ Now Gene Tierney "ChinajQirl" Ocorge Montgomery "COWBOY AND THE BLONDE" Tomorrow Fred MacMurray "Flight To Freedom" "Outlaws of th« Desert" OltDAtE Phone 2-6636 LAST TIMES TODAY "STANDING ROOM ONLY" "HEART OF THE QOLDEN WEST" Sunday and Monday Continuous Sunday From 12:45 P. M. Also Otto Kruger in "THYE LIVE IN FEAR" CARTOON NEWS Last Times Today "LOUISIANA HAYRIDE" "BOOH TOUHY, OiHOSTEH" . Sunday and Monday Box Office Opens at 11:30 A. M. Show Starts at 12 Noon ClAUDIITI GENE AUTRY CARTOON Last Times Today , "COBRA WOMAN" "QILOIRSLtlVt'S OHOtT" Sunday and Monday * Continuous Sunday From 12 Noon ClAUDITTI MacMURRAY C&rtoon Newt

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