5 Sofurdoy, October 21, 1944 ftbe gafefrsfielb Calitonttan SHARING between the SHEARS Hy MAK "Fascism ami Naxiisin ;ire not strictly (Tcnn.m nn<l Itnli:m dise.tses: anyum- ran IIMVP thorn." :ic- ron.liii.tr t" O. A. Horgi'sr. <'rliie.it or. lecturer and writer. \\\M< :\* an Amorirui! iiti'/."ii in.w firmly In- lirves that th" Amiiican way <>f life is tho br-si <if .my in tli«' world. He i* ••ritii-al "f Vnilfd State? foreiGM )>"liry as '-"tiilurtcd by the adniinistratinn. but says. "I am also at n IMSS. fur Wnrds lo define wlir.t tlio Pruey's policies v.'ouM be." llis i.\vn pl:m for a world orga nixa t i« in i> based <-n a philosophy of universality for all mankind. lie thinks that tin- present rnntrov.-rsy lieluern (lie t\\'o parties is a "lu:lil of ^liad- ows." That I he two real lea dels are AYallaee. "wlio has been shelved" .and AVillkie "\vlio is buried." He believes that the dismernber- ment of Germany is not a solution of "what to do \\ith Germany." He thinks that what has been done in Italy is British foreign policy and is not satisfactory to tile bulk of. Italian people. lie thinks that the Hritlsh "do much loud talking for liberality, but are fundamentally conformists." He thinks that Ameiie.,,, faith and ideals, must heroine the faith and ideals for the entire woild, and ho hearkens hark to the faith and ideals of Washington. Jefferson, Thomas Paine. Walt Whitman. Lincoln and Wilson. "When I was fnreign editor fit the news bureau in .Milan. Italy. when "Wilson's Fourteen Points were announced, I was much in favor of Wilson and the Wilson- ian plan." said the loetnivr. "I was as much !hen an American in my thoughts and I am now as an American citizen." he said explaining how universality of thought must ultimately affect the destiny S.VINDKHS of the eo-nmon man in making ea use. wo present a plan of China, in Asia, aeeept. t hr> Jiritish policies \V<> would not he ho- Mr. Hoi 'gese . said. "U'e to a great universal common man in tin.' eomnion "How can for thi> future when we in India', licved." must adhere plan for the interest of world peace. We must cling to universal and permanent principles through these difficult IhnoH.for these are the only things that are safe' eiiidos." Words are not r-nougli, he said, citing the Four Freedoms as an example; Freedom of religion even in America, may not moan freedom of worship (citing conviction of Moi-nonio: Freedom of speech may not mean freedom of aclion. freedom from fear (freedom from war) may not mean such freedom under some governments, and "freedom from want" may vary from a rlo] ression in a do- •mooraoy to a famine In India as a, part of the British commonwealth. A world authority is needed to enforce such principles and to eriuali/o Hie opportunities for the common man, he declared. "There must bo the freedom of self-determinism among nations," lie said. "The sense of nationalism is; one of the great fallacies of our times" but he ln-lieves. "however slow the processes" touard internationalism that this principle must prevail because "man is an animal that thinks in terms of the impossible." and that man will forever "hitch his wagon to a star." The universality for mankind is already taking place on the level of human thought and ideals, he believes, pointing out that Wilson was most greatly influenced by a German philosopher, Kant. He said that it is true that "universal personalities" become the real leaders of mankind. National Hearing Week Set for October 22-28 by Mayor From October L'J to L'S, A'allonal Hearing AVeek will be observed by Bakersfield residents, it was proclaimed today by Mayor Alfred Sic- mon. The American Society fur the Hard of hearing, having selected this week for the observance, feels that, "it is both fitting and proper that the, WESTERN COSTUME DANCE Wednesday Oct. 25 Featuring Music of the West at Its Best TEXAS TORNADOES Prizes for Best Western Costumes Western Dress Not Compulsory Dancing 8:30 to 12:30 Union Avenue Ballroom splendid work of the organization and the things for which it. stand be recognized." H was pointed out that a number of persons who have defective hearing are contributing mat- rially to the war effort. The proclamation reads In part: "Now therefore, 1, Alfred Siemon, mayor of the city of Hakorsfield. Calif., do hereby proclaim the week of October L'L'-l'K, 1!M4, as National Hearing \Veek fur this city and urge the ritixeiiH of Hnkersfiold and this community to aid and encourage the American Society for the Hard of Hearing and its local chapter in the excellent work being done for the good and welfare of those whose hearing has been Impaired. "In testimony whereof, T have signed my name officially hereto at HaUersficld, Calif., this twenty-first day of October. 194-I." The proela mat i< in was submitted to the mayor for approval by the Kern County Society for the Hard of Hearing. - Air Turps I'hoio 'OK W.AK t'MKST —The "Wings of Melody" chorus of Minter Field ha,s assisted throughout tho past in singing at the. Community "War Chest luncheons and dinners. They have ninde, a decided im- wilh the fine vocalising anil their Rood taste in .song selections. "Wings of Melody" choral en- of Section !•', Minlcr Field, (left to right) are First Sergeant Charles W. Uobinson, of Section F; Lcroy S. Jones, Private Joseph Stowers, Private llobert F. Coe, J'rivate Ixirnio K Satterwhite, "Willie .1. Cooper, I'rivate Henry II. Wheeler, I'rivate Browr.oll Turner, I'rivate Frank C. Wright, Kirst Class Kdward Seroggins, .Private David O. Rice, J'rivate Nathaniel Mann, "Private Allie I'rivate John C,. Lynch, Private Karl M. Brown, I'rivate Myrt Raskin, I'rivate Orial A. Taylor din dor), First Lieutenant Frank Ifosko, commanding officer, Section F. Taf t Home Planning Group Slates Opening Meet Oct. 26 TAFT, Oct. 21.—"Glamorising Possibilities of Ordinary Homes" will be the topic presented by Krnest McCoy, Bakersl'ield architect, at the opening meeting of the Tuft Home Planning Institute on Thursday, October L'li. The institute sessions will be held in the banquet room at the Taft 1'nion High School on Thursday evenings from 7:10 to !I:I5 p. m. and art! open to the public without charge. Like the. first meeting, the topics will be presented by authoritative persons from various parts of the state. The. Home Planning Institute will be conducted by .1. AN'. Howe of the faculty as part of the adult education program of the high school. A steering committee of Kverett Swords, liny Snyder and Verne MoLeod will represent the business interests in the- arrangements for the institute, which will be similar to those being conducted in various parts of the stale. Other topics to be presented include: "Remodeling Home Exteriors to the Musk of Bob Sisson and His Orchestra TONIGHT in Kern County's Most Popular Dance Spot a TVT in Downtown H;il<erKcld Within Easy Walking Distance ON THE CORNER OF SIXTEENTH and "EYE" Admission COc Including lax Servicemen 50c Including Tax Case Against Page Borthers Dismissed Tteeent suicide of tho complaining witness was the chief reason given ; for dismissal yesterday of the case against Herman and Kimcr Page, construction workers at Inyokern Naval Ordnance "Base, accused of robbing two fellow workers of $450 last July. The cn.se was dismissed in Superior Court, 1 lepartment ". after a motion by Deputy District Attorney Dorsptt Phillins made on the grounds that Frank Scott was dead and other material 'witnesses were not abailable and their whereabouts unknown. Scott was found dead, presumably a suicide, in a local hotel. October S. two days alter the trial of the Page lirother.s ended In a hung jury. Morris H. Chain and Jackson Million were attorneys for the defendants. Oilier cases heard by Presiding Judge \V. \j. Uradsliaw this morning included the arraignment of Clyde Lester Henderson and "William Louis Roberts on two counts of burglary. Kaeh entered a plea of not guilty to each count. Date for trial was set for November L'O. Morris H. Chain and Jackson Million represented the defendants. Arthur Lee Peoples pleaded guilty to a charge of taking a vehicle without tile o\\ ncr's consent. The case was continued to October -7, for passing of judgment. A plea of guilty to a rape charge j was entered by "Warren P.uek. Sentence will bo passed October "7, ut ' !i:ilu a. in. Dancing Club Will Open Season Tonight Tonight will open the season for Miercoles Dancing Club, a. Halloween function being planned at P.ak- orsfleld Inn palm room by the October com.mittee which is assisting the standing committee. Douglas- navies is president this season and Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Frank are sec! rotary and treasurer. Comprising tlie standing committee besides Mr. and Mrs Davies and Mr. and Mrs. [•'rank are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph \Voolridge, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Frick and Mr. and Mrs. \Valter Jaynes. The assisting committee responsible for tonight's function is com- \ prised of Messrs, and Mcsdnmes | llert Krashe], John Compton and I Paul Newell. Fellows Private Killed in European Action Private Lloyd C. llallard, son of Frank N. Mallard, Route 1, Fellows, has been killed in action in the European area, it was announced by the war department through Associated I Ycss. to Lend Character to the Building;" "Selection and Use of Home Sites;" "Planning the Interior of the House;" "Use of Color Inside and Outside, of the House;" "Selection of Furniture;" "Planning tho Woman's Work Areas;" "Air Conditoning the Home;" "Adequate Home AViring and Lighting;" "Modcrni/.ing Plumbing Fixtures;" "The Responsibility of the Contractor;" "Financing 1 Remodeling and New Construction;" "Landscaping the Home;" "Legal Safeguards." A tentative session for businessmen on "Modernizing Business Houses Inside, and Outside" lias been proposed at the close of the .series. It. is anticipated that the first lecture will lie illustrated. At the close of each talk there will be opportunity lo ask questions of the speaker of I ho evening. Refreshments will lie served at the close of the first lecture to afford those attending an opportunity to discuss their interests informally. History of 20-30 Club Told at Meet Two former presidents of the organization, Dick Burton and Bob Strauss, discussed the history of the Twenty-Thirty Club before members and guests at the weekly noon meeting of Twenty-Thirtians at Hotel 121 Te.jon Thursday. Guests were Jim Ileagle, Clark, Dr. Morris Scott, Hatcher, Bernio Hedman, Al ory and Vincent Casper. Mr. Hedman invited the club to hold a Joint meeting with the Exchange Club, of which he is president, Tuesday at noon at Bakersfield Inn. Announcement was made of the southern district convention of Twenty-Thirty Clubs to be held No- vernber 4 and 5 at Tulare. Approximately 12 local members plan to attend. Clear, Warm Sunday Is Weather Forecast The weather forecast for the farmers of the southern San Joaquin valley, as prepared by the United States weather bureau, in cooperation with the Kern county farm adviser's office of the agricultural extension service, is reported to he: "Partly cloudy today with a few widely scattered showers over the mountains, hut with much less intensity than yesterday. Clear conditions are expected Sunday and Monday, with a rising temperature. Maximum anticipated today is 7, r j, and M) Sunday and Monday. The minimum will be around 00. Highest temperature, yesterday was Si), and low this morning was E8." Ql'IET TITLE SI IT A complaint to quiet title on property clouded by an expired oil lease was filed yesterday hy Mrs. Florence G. Dixon against S. H. Silver and others. The property in question is located In the northeast quarter of the northeast quarters of section (i, township 31 south, range 30 east, M. D. 13. and M. Borton, Petrini, Conron and Borton are attorneys for the plaintiff. GILL TO PLAN COMMITTEE NAMED TO ASSIST CHAIRMAN Appointment of a special committee to handle arrangements for the 1944 annual banquet, action on a referendum from the United States Chamber of Commerce and submission of routine reports occupied the attention of directors of the Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce in session hero yesterday. Named as chairman of the annual banquet committee was Homer Gill. On the committee nre A. C. Adarns, Walter Thornton. Frank Towne and Boh Donnegan. Date for the affair has been set as Monday evening, .December 4, time and place to be announced within a short time. Directors cast an affirmative vote on all three provisions dealing with universal military training in peacetime, as outlined in a special mail referendum from the national chamber of commerce. Board members \\jere advised also that, the Bakersfield chamber will sponsor a special meeting In the Palm room of the Bakersfield Inn, Monday evening, October 30, featuring the appearance of Delos L. James, manager of the agricultural department of the national chamber who is on an extensive tour of the west to secure first hand information from agricultural leaders. The meeting will he a dinner session, reservations being required. Preservations can be made at the chamber offices. 1701 Chester or by telephoning 9-9834. Mohawk Plant Will Be Sold by DPC The Mohawk Petroleum Corporation plant site of 1!0 acres, with Ifi buildings of liS.ftGa square feet of floor space, machinery and equipment, will be sold by the Defense Plant Corporation after it has been declared surplus, it was announced today by the Reconstruction Finance Corporation in Washington. The RFC said it would negotiate at this time for its sale or lease subject to contingencies of present contract and length of time the plant is to continue in war use. Dick John Greg- BROADCAST SLATED LOS ANGELES, Oct. 21.—On Sunday morning, (October 22, the Columbia Church of the Air will be conducted under the auspices of: the Christian Science Committee on Publication for Massachusetts. The program will be released over Station KXX at 7 p. m., Pacific war time. We Cater to Private Parties SOUTHERN KITCHEN 604 Chester Avenue Phone 3-1371 Open Daily 5 l». M. to 9 P. M. Open Saltinhiy 5 1*. M. to 1.1 1'. M. Open Sunday 112 JN'ooti to 0 I*. JU. • Southern Fried Chicken • Virginia Baked Ham •Thick Juicy Steaks -ALL THE HOT BISCUITS AND HONEY 1'OU CAN EAT DELICIOUS HOME BAKED PIES SERVED WITH \VHI1'I'ED CKEAM "Jim" and "Helen" Lovegreen—Proprietors Announcing The Personal Appearance of XAVIER CUGAT And His Huge Latin-American DANCE ORCHESTRA featuring 39 COLORFUL ENTERTAINERS Beautiful costumes, exotic dance music, Rhumbas, Congas, Modern Swing. Stars of Stage, Screen and Radio. DEL COMPO, NITA ROSA, DON RODNEY, CUGAT CHOIR Tuesday. October 31 UNION AVENUE BALLROOM BAKERSFIELD Reverend Long Speak on Communism : Tin- rU'Vi'i-i'iid "U". K. Lori;:. p:intnr nl' tho Kull (Jiispi'l TulH'rnucIe i'"hiiri'h. \vill discuss "Communism 1 :is Jt AllVrts (Jin- Liberties' 1 Monday :il !':.'!') <i. in. over sl:ilinn KKI'iN. ! |'^liis is tin' first in ;i series of hroad- easts under Hie aiispiei s of tho Kern rniinty iJewey-Hriclier earnpaiKH ' coniiniHoe. j '1'enialive schedule Includes nil :id- ' dress oil Octohor -li, over another j loc:i| stallon. DANCE EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT BEAROSLEY DANCE PAVILION "Where They All Go for Fun"-. Beardsley Dance Orchestra Admission 5Oc, Plus Tax Dancing 9 to 1 DANCE Every Saturday Night THE BARN GEORGE LAFFOON and Hie Barn Owls Modern and Old Time Dancing No Jltterbufl*—No Slacks- No Levit WANTED Two J)i'(irc)ojii, unfurnished house, hy responsible permanent party who will lake good cure of property. Will take- lease. Have been willi reliable national concern for the past 15 years. See MR. CONNELLY New Manager From the East A & P STORE 1608 Eighteenth Street DANCE Where Friends Meet R. E. (Buster) EVANS With His VICTORY DANCE ORCHESTRA Every Saturday Night UNION AVENUE BALLROOM Modern and old-time dancing—no jitterbtigging—«-very Saturday night. Admission 5Uc plus tax. Dancing 9 to 1. DANCE EVKKK SATUKDAY MGUT EL PATIO PAVILION IVj Mllei Wckt or (ircrnflria on Tart Highway NO BETTKK FLOOR IN KFKN COUNTY Muile by ODKI.I, JUHNMUN mid HIS KIIVTIIM KANCU PALH CLASSES for Hrgiimrrs in VIOLIN Starting November 4 Classes From 10 to 11 A. M. and 2 to 3 1'. M. 2321 Pacific Drive Fur Further Information Phone 3-0989 REOPENED Jess and Polly's Featuring STEAK DINNERS Open 5 P. M. to 8 P. M. 2401 BRUNDAGE LANE (At Hughes Lane) 700 Union Colonial Inn Across Street From Topper Motel fW_ • 1 ^"**»»sW," "' Chicken (5-Course Steak (Dinner... $150 Hot Biscuits anil Honey The Best and Biggest in Bakersfield 1 City School Teachers Back Proposition No. 9 at Meet A group of more than 40 teachers, representatives oC the Bakersfield unit of the California Teacher's Association, Bakersfield City Schools Teachers Club, men's club and the Federation of Teachers, met this week in the hoard room of the city school administration building to discuss proposition number 9 on the November ballot. John L,. Compton. superintendent of Rakersfield city schools, explained to the group that if proposition number 9 passed it would mean that the Bukersfioid city school district would receive an additional $11)5,000 a year from the state thus broadening the tax base and equalizing the cost of education so that districts with low assessed valuation and high enrollments would bo benefit ted. Guy Jaggard, chairman of the county committee for proposition "Manila Calling" to Be Shown at Rialto The exciting story of a group of stranded telephone linemen in the Jap-Infested Philippines is told in "Manila Calling," coming to the Rialto theater tomorrow for a two- day run. Lloyd Nolan and Carole Landis are featured. Lorna Gray and Tom Kennedy top the cast in the second picture, "O My Darling Clementine," a comedy with music. Two Spanish films, "China Pub- lana," with Miguel A. Ferris, nnd "Virgen de Media Noche," with Ramon Villarino, will open a three-' day engagement Tuesday. number 9, stressed the Importance of the proposition in 'maintaining high standards in elementary schools of California. He pointed out that the American Legion, Democratic party, state department of education, Fraternal Order of Eagles, California School Trustees Association, Disabled American Veterans, state council of education, state federation of labor, Business and Professional Womens Clubs, California league of Women Voters, Congress of Industrial Organizations, California association of county treasurers, California industries welfare institute, and the California Congress of Parents and Teachers had endorsed proposition number 9 known as the Better Schools Act. WEST CORST OX THEM Every War Bond l» a Victory Bond! OltDALE • Phone 2-6636 Last Times Today "COBRA WOMAN" "Gildersleeve's Ghost" Sunday and Monday Continuous Sunrt.'v From 12:45 P. M. ALSO James Mason, Carla Lehmann in "Candlelight in Algeria" CARTOON NEWS Last Times Today 'RIDING HIGH" "JUNGLE WOMAN" Sunday and Monday Box Office Opens at 11:30 A. M. Show Starts at 12 Noon mORGRtl 5 CRliM Eddie BRACKEN • Betty HUTTON ARTHUR lAKt • JANE LAWRENCE NEWS CARTOON Phone 7-7264 Last Times Today "IN SOCIETY" "Candlelight in Algeria" Sunday and Monday Continuous Sunday From 12 Noon The HOUR Before The DAWN" NEWS CARTOON RIALTO Sunday, Monday LLOYD NOLAN In "Manila Calling" LORNA GRAY in "O My Darling Clementine" Bugs Bunny Cartoon Last Times Today "Mystery Broadcast" "Sonora Stagecoach" Final Chapter, "Secret Service" ROLLING HILLS RIDING CLUB Will Sponsor Amateur Calf Roping and Miniature Rodeo With Steer Riding, Pony Racei, Etc. Sunday, October 22 2:OO P. M. Sterling Road and Oregon Two Blocks Off Nilo Street Phono 2-2789 Continuous Shows TODAY From 1:30 TOMORROW From 12 Noon AND LAUREL and HARDY in "THE BIG NOISE" ,1721 19th St.- Phonf7-l\\& NOW SHOWING! KPe Regular WALLACE BEERY "Barbary Coast Gent" With BINNIE BARNES Second Smash Hit Benny Fields Gladys George In "MINSTREL MAN" CALIEORNIA iSOBChestei SUNDAY DOORS OPEN 12 NOON NOW If You Miss This You Miss the Time of Your Life CO-HIT! Jack Haley Harriet Milliard "TAKE IT BIG' Last Day Tex Ritter "Take Me Biek to Old Oklahoma" Peter Lorre "Island of Doomed Men" Tomorrow Bruce Cabot "Let 'em Havo * It" Tom Tyler "The Man From New Mexico" PHONE 2-5211 Open Dally at 12 Noon Sunday, Monday, Tuesday GARY GRANT, JANET BLAIR In "ONCE UPON A TIME" HOOT GIBSON, KEN MAYNARD In "UTAH KID" Disney's "Commando Duck" NEWS Last Times Today "SWING FEVER" "SUNSET SERENADE"
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