The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 19, 1944 · Page 3
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Rom where I sit... Ay Joe Marsh, As American as Huckleberry Finn About the best-read books In our town are the works of Mark Twain—who wrote Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn and all thosa other lovable, undying stories. And I think it'a because he's the most American of all our writers. He understood his fellow men--and loved them as he loved all humanity. You may remember what he said of Tolerance and Freedom —those principles so basic to our way of life. Mark Twain believed In them, of course. He fought for them, But he cautioned: "Never let tolerance become Indifference, never let freedom become license." From where I sit, that's timely wisdom for a troubled world— whether it applies to International politics, or to a man's right to enjoy a friendly glass of beer occasionally. For tolerance-respect for the other fellow's rights—is important not just in the big things, but in the little human everyday things, too. No. 99 of a Series Copyright^ 1944; Brewing Industry Foundation PEARL HARBOR PROBE.Cp.ETE KIMMEL, SHORT TELL STORIES FOR BOARDS "WASHIXGTOX, Oct. 19. (UP) — Kciir Aclminil Husband K Kimmrl nnd JlnJor-Oneral Walter C. Short have testified before the army and navy hoards inquiring into tho circumstances surrmmrlinpr tho Japanese attack nn Pearl Harbor, it was learned authoritativcily today. Both men, ^vho were top army and navy commanders in the Pacific at the time of the attack, appeared sep- artfly before each board. The boards, which were set up on July 14 this year, were reported to have completed their Investigation and to bo preparing reports for the secretaries of war and navy. Secretary of Xavy James Forrestai said bo expected to receive the navy board's report in the near future. lie added that be did not know whether tiie report would be made public immediately: that it depended on its nature. Korrestal said he intended to read the report first before detenninliiK tho next course of action. Che gaktrstfitlb CaKfornian Thursdoy, October 19,1944 3 A riot of pinks from electric to fuchsia— that's the fashion for Fall! To bring out the best in these romantic costume colors, Dorothy Gray has created a vibrant new shade... Fuchsia Hat. A heavenly deep pink tinged with blue. Like all Dorothy Gray lipsticks, Fuchsia Hat is creamy- smooth . .. indelible as can be. Fuchsia Ha£ Lipstick, $1.* • A miniature hat in • Victorian hat box ... pi in a Dorothy Gray Fuch^tt Hat Lipstick, matching Rouge, Elation Face Powder, and a vial of sophisticated "Lady in the Dark" Perfume. Fuchsia Hat Box, complete, $6.50.* Plus 20% Federal Excise Tax —• BROCK'S—MAIN AISLE CHANGE YOUR VIEW AT HOME WITH CURTAINS Ruffled Marquisette Vogue Bridal Veil curtains are exclusive to Brock's in Bakcrsficld. They are made in Priscilla style and have sulli- cicnt width to hang criss-cross if you wish. Each curtain is 43 inches wide, making a 90-inch overall width and 81 inches long. They have a wide, 6-inch ruffle, arc wat-a-sel to hold their fresh crispncss—no starching is required and they retain their permanent finish after frequent washings. Vogue curtains are off white in color, have \vide tie-backs and full headed baby ruffle. They are made up in Los Angeles, in a style particularly suitable for California. We advise early selection. PRICE 4 PAIR THIRD FLOOR SEE OUR WINDOW kTOYLAND Ready Now With Large Stocks for Selection Don't wait until stocks become depleted or you arc apt to be disappointed when you come to make your selection of the tilings you need for tlic children's Christmas. The wiser thing to do is to choose now and have your selections laid away until you need them. This can he done by paying a small deposit. Come tomorrow, or Saturday—and bring the children. TOYS DOLLS GAMES CHILDREN'S FURNITURE BOOKS SPORTS THINGS EVERYTHING FOR CHILDREN BROCK'S—DOWNSTAIRS STORE Call for COOLIES The wide-brimmed BULKY coolie A •• hat comes into new importance with Bfe V trimming accents of jet, jewels and deftly draped veils ... BROCK'S—FASHION FLOOR JUMP INTO A JUMPER The popular Jumper fashioned of Strutter Cloth . . . with new wide shoulder. In purple, black and green. Sizes 12 to 20. The Jiminy (rayon) Jumper, with . sweetheart neckline embroidered in colored yarn. In brown, poudre blue and grey. Sizes 12 to 16. $O75 ; 9 $1/195 14 LOAFER COAT—LEFT Lovely coat made of 100% Shetland wool and plaid combinations. In brown, red and green. Sizes 13 to 17. $1/150 14 COLORFUL WOOL SKIRTS Chiffon weight wool and rayon flannel, all-wool Botany flannel and gabardine. In black, red, aqua, green, brown, turf tan, R. A. F. blue and grey. Sizes 12 to 20. $ 6.98 ,o $ 10 98 BROCK'S—FASHION FLOOR In the Boy's Shop Rattle jackets, 100% wool, in checks and plaids, made in style worn by General MacArthur in.battle areas. Have two patch pockets, fly front and epaulets on shoulder. In brown, tan and blue. SIZES 2 to 6.. SIZES 8 to 16. S 5 00 $ 595 Suedette jackets made of brown double-tax suede-like fabric by Levi Strauss. Have two largo pockets, adjustable waistband nud sleeves. Wash- iible nnd warm. $O*>0 Sizes 6 to 14 O Sports shirts of bine or tan gabardine, made with double yoke, two pockets and two- way collar. Sizes $OU5 8 to 18 ft Brock's—Mezzanine Floor ' QUILTED ROBES FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS To please a feminine heart ... to bring a thrill and a sweet "thank you, it's just what I wanted" on Christmas morn. Rayon satin quilted robes, in white, pink and blue. Also dainty floral prints. $1A98 SIZES 12 to 20 10 DOWNSTAIRS STORE

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