The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 17, 1944 · Page 3
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NEVADA FIGHTS MBMJH1Y. COLORADO RIVER GROUP OPPOSE WATER DIVISION CARSON 1 CITY, Nov., Oct. 17. UP) Nevada's Colorado River Commission has announced its opposition to the proposed treaty with Mexico for division of waters of the Colorado, Tijuana and Rio Grande rivers. Governor E. P. Carville, chairman, and Stale Engineer Alfred Merritt Smith, secretary, signed a statement declaring the commission's opposl- .tion to "further encoachmont by federal government on authority of Ktates to develop, use and regulate their own water resources." Reasons for the opposition were fciven as follows: The treaty effects a surrender of rights of the interested states to control properly and administer the Colorado river. Say Water in Exress Quantity of water to be delivered to Mexico (proposed 1.500,000 to 1,71)0,000 acre-feet) is much in excess of the amount used prior to construction of Boulder Darn and re- Inted works, and is more than the Quantity which Mexico has either a moral or an international right to demand. The government has no right, by tnenns of this treaty, to place In jeopardy or to make more difficult of fulfillment, the contracts for water nnd power its states have made with it in good faith and relying upon the validity of the Colorado river contract and the Boulder canyon project act. Criticize Boundary Proposal The Nevada group criticized the treaty proposal to create an international boundary and water commission for control of the river, stating: "It is hard to believe that the frilled States government will knowingly grant such unlimited and restricted authority over the water rights of the states in the great em- Jiire comprising the Colorado river basin, to a couple of officials, yet that is just what this treaty proposes to do." Loosen Asthma MUCUS Sleep Fine Say Thousands of Sufferers If choking, gasping, wheezing, recurring •Hacks of Bronchial Asthma rob you of Bleep and>energy, accept this liberal trial offer. Get Msndaco, a doctor's prescription, from your druggist; take exactly as directed and see for yourself how quickly it usually helps loosen and remove thick strangling mucus, thus promoting freer breathing and refresh- Ing sleep. You be the judge. 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Captured Nazi Pays Tribute to Patton as Yank Rommel WASHINGTON, Oct. 17. (UP)— The war department quoted a captured German officer as saying that Lieutenant-General George S. Patton, commander of the United States Third Army, "Is for the American Army what Rommel stands for in the German Army." This "tribute" to Patton came from a German colonel in an SS unit who had fought extensively in Russia, and who was seized by the hard hitting United States Fourth Armored division, part of ration's Third Army after landing in Normandy. Praises Organization "I must admit the American troops are not only equipped with the best material, but what strikes me especially is the excellent organization under which these men function," the colonel is quoted as saying. "I would be pleased to know the commander of this particular division, and I am sure it must be part of General Patton's Third Army. General Patton is for the American Army what Rommel stands for in the Germany Army." The colonel never met the division commander. He was not Patton but 56-year-old Major-General John S. Wood, born in Arkansas but now making his home in Narberth, Pa. Sensational Advance The war department told a sensational story of the Fourth Divison's advance across France from Normandy, spearheading the attack of Patton's Third Army and putting up to 1900 miles on the mileage meters of their fast-moving tanks. The one division alone, the department, said destroyed 400 tanks up to September 27, captured 15,000 prisoners, killed 5000 Germans and knocked ou,t 1500 miscellaneous vehicles and 140 large artillery pieces. Jumping off from Normandy, July 27, the Fourth plunged into Brittany, captured the key city of Avranches, contained Rennes, and' took Nantes. Sweeping eastward, it pounded ahead until it crossed the Greyhound BUS SERVICE FROM BAKERSFIELD Greyhound Daily Service NORTHBOUND FRESNO MODESTO STOCKTON SACRAMENTO DAVIS JUNCTION Leave Bakersfield: 6:00 A.M. 10:20 A.M. 1:40 P.M. 9:55 P.M. 12:50 A. M. 2:01 A.M. SOUTHBOUND LOS ANGELES Leave Bakersfield: 1:OOA.M. 12:23 P.M. 2:10 A.M. 3:00 P.M. 4:15 A.M. 5:10 P.M. 6:05 A.M. 6:25 P.M. 7:35 A.M. 7:10 P.M. 9:55 A.M. 9:05 P. M. 11:05 A.M. Agent: .». M. QOFORTH Depot: NINETEENTH and "N" STREETS BAKERSFIELD TELEPHONE 4-4021 SERVING ALL THE WEST WITH DEPENDABLE TRANSPORTATION m GREYHOUND ARE YOU SICK? EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT Deafness, Head Noises Safe and effective treatment that gives relief without drugs or operation. No Instrument- no pain. HAY FEVER Deafness, Head Noises, Discharge from Ears, Sunken Drums, Adenoids, Infected Tonsils, Sinuses, Catarrh, Chronic Sore Throat, Tumor*, Enlarged Glands, Pain In Head, Earache, etc., Transillumlnating Sinuses, Anirlms, Tonsils and Mastoids, Blood Pressure, Acn, Anemia, Appendicitis, Arthritis, Asthma, Bright's Disease, Bronchitis, Colds, Constipation, Diabetes, Eczema, Eye Trouble, Epilepsy, Gastric Ulcers, Gastritis, Goiter, Heart Trouble, Headaches High Blood Pressure, Insanity, Kidney Trouble, Low Blood Pressure, Lumbago, Lung Trouble, Nervousness, Nephritis, Neuralgia, "Neuritis, Paralysis, Pneu. monla, Prostate Trouble, Rheumatism, St. Vitis Dance, Sciatica, Skin Eruptions, Stomach Trouble, Tonsilitis, Throat Trouble, Female- Troubles, etc. 1 Air Cooled Easy Parking Ground Floor Lady Attendant DR. B. BUZAN, PALMER GRADUATE CHIROPRACTOR—Offflc* at 2330 O »tr««t Corner of Twenty-fourth and Q Streets, Bakersfield, California Phone a-SS07 » Hours: 10 to 12 A. M., 2 to B and 7 to 8 P. M. EIGHTEEN YEARS IN BAKERSFIELD Moselle both north and south of Nancy. It was credited with destroying the German Seventy-seventh, Ninety- first and Two Hundred and Forty- third infantry divisions, the Sixth Paratroop Regiment, and parts of several other divisions. While the massive Moselle bridgehead through Nancy was being consolidated, the division withstood the heaviest German tank attacks launched in the battle of France, destroying 350 enemy tanks in two weeks ending September 27. The division's combat commanders are Brigadier-General Holmes D. Dager, 51, Union, N. J., and Colonel Bruce C. Clark, 4.'!, Syracuse, N. Y. Personnel of the division come from every state in the union. Laura Billinger Weds J. M. O'Oay MARICOPA, Oct. 17.—Mrs. Laura Billinger of Orange county, and J. M. O'Day, oil operator in the Maricopa area, were married recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rowe. Officiating was the Reverend George L. Marsh of the First Congregational Church. Mr. and Mrs. O'Day are at home in Maricopa after a wedding trip spent in Santa Cruz and at the O'Day ranch in Maricopa county. 'TKEEP 5RANDMA IN IER CHAIR She's as Lively at • Now her Backache U better Many sufferers relieve nagging backache. quickly, once they discover that the real cause of their trouble may be tired kidneys. The kidneys are Nature a chief way of taking the excess acids and waste out of the blood. They help molt people pass about 3 pints a day. When disorder of kidney function permits poisonous matter to remain in your blood, it may cause nagging backache, rheumatic pains, leg pains, loss of pep and energy, getting up nights, •welling, puffiness under the eyes, headache* and disiineas. J'Yequeni or scanty passages with smarting and burning sometimes shows there is something wrong with your kidneys or bladder. Don't wait! Ask your druggist for Doan's Fills, used successfully by millions for over 40 years. They give happy relief and will help the 15 miles of kidney tubes flush out poison- out waste from your blood. Get Ooan • Pills, Shatter Students Have Game Rally Enthusiastic loyalty to their football teams was demonstrated by Shafter High School students last week when a student body rally was held in the gymnasium preparatory to the games with the Bakersfield High School Blue reserves and the Blue lightweights. With the band setting a fast pace for the rally playing martial airs, under direction of P. A. Arnold, coaches of the Shafter Generals and Shatter Colonels were introduced by student body president Bob Devlin. Speaking on behalf of the Generals was Head Hoach Lowell Todd. Coaches Robert L. Gates and Bernard Lustig of the lightweight Colonels, gave brief talks. A victory serpentine by the entire student body closed the rally, which also featured yells and songs. Delano Sergeant Is Married in South DKLAXO, CVt. 17.—Of local interest iy the marriage of Sergeant Forest Main, of the marines, and Sergeant Marian Hogelsen, of the marine women's reserve, at the post chapel in San Diego on October 7, by the post chaplain. Sergeant Main Is a graduate of the Delano Joint t'nion High School, where he was active in athletics, especially on the baseball team. He was also prominent in basketball, and other sports, and was president of the Block D Club during his senior ypnr. He was chosen as a typical Delano high boy student for the school yearbook. "The Del-Ano," during his senior year. Before graduation ho was taken by the Yankees for professional baseball, and after training in the mountain states, played with one of the minor leagues of the club in New York state. Attending the wedding from Delano was his grandmother, Mrs. N. R. Mitchell, with whom he made Ills home. His aunt, Mrs. Milo David- nim, Sr., and his cousin-in-law, Mrs. Milo Davidson. Jr., both of North Hollywood, were also present at the wedding. Youth Fellowship Installs Officers DELANO, Oct. 17.—Installation of recently elected officers of tlu> youth fellowship of the local Community Methodist Church was held at the morning worship service of the church, with the pastor, tho Reverend Ronald II. White, pastor, as in stalling officer. Officers installed were George Caz aly, president: George Kolb, vice president: Joanna Kitchen, secre tary: Stanley Smith, treasurer; Lor rie Abbey, world outlook: Doris Say lor, community service: Jack Ryder recreation: Pauline Bennett, wor ship; Bobby Stewart, institute and publicity; Miss Dorothy Ramsey counselor, and Mrs. Ronald H White, adviser. What Is Wrong When Prayer Fails? Thirty years ago, in Forbidden Tibet, behind the highest mountains in the world, a young Englishman named Edwin J. Dingle found the answer to this question. A great mystic opened his eyes. A great change came over him. He realized the strange power that Knowledge gives. That Power, he says, can transform the life of anyone. Questions, whatever they are, can be answered. The problems of health, death, poverty and wrong, can be solved. In his own case, lie was brought back to splendid health. He acquired wealth, too, as well as world-wide professional recognition. Thirty years ago, he was sick as a man could be and live. Once his coffin was bought. Tears of almost continuous tropical fevers, broken bones, near blindness, privation and danger had made a human wreck of him, physically and mentally. He was about to be sent back to England to die. when a strange message came—"They are waiting for you in Tibet." He wants to .tell the whole world what he learned there, under the guidance of the greatest mystic he ever encountered during his twenty-one years in the Far East. He wants everyone to experience the greater health and the Power, which there came to him. Within ten years, he was able to retire to this country with a fortune. He had been honored by fellowships in the world's leading geographical societies, for his work as a geographer. And today, 30 years Inter, he is still so athletic, capable of so much work, so yonng in appearance, it is hard to believe he has lived so long. As a first step in their progress toward the Power that Knowledge gives. Mr. Dingle wants to send to readers of this paper a 0000-word treatise. He says the time has come for it to be released to the Western World, and offers to send it, free of cost or obligation, to sincere readers of this notice. For your free copy, address the Institute of Mentalphysics, 213 South Hobart Blvd., Dept. M-104, Los Angeles, Calif. Readers are urged to write promptly, as only a limited number of the free books have been printed. Rayon and acetate crepes, in black and colors . . . peplums, tunic, dresses, low and high neck, short or long sieves, sophisticated side drapes. Beads, sequins, bows and color combinations. SIZES 9 to 15—10 to 20—38 to 44 $95 19 GIVE ONCE FOR A TRIPLE NEED For our fighting forces. For our suffering Allies. For our own at home. Shafter School to Have Night Games "\Vitli the necessary priority orders received from the nation's capital, lights on the. Shaffer High School football field are expected to be turned on soon, permitting ni^ht games to be played on tho field. According to Principal H. W. Kelly much of the equipment necessary for the football lights bus been purchased for some time, only awaiting permission from Washington for the required priority for the electricity to be hooked up. As soon as workmen fur the power company can be assigned to the job, the long awaited night football games will become a reality. Considerable community support in favor of night games has been showing during the past several weeks, Principal Kelly stated. 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