The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 12, 1933 · Page 3
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 3

Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, January 12, 1933
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t - * " '. . » " •A- • -' r - ' 4 -L h . BAKERSFIELD , THURSDAY, 2, 1933 • ' • IB «' f . •ftjeHNOCRACY tECTURES ATTRACT V ' *- r i mm m w ft fntertst fn technocracy It so Intense In Los Angeles that the local headquarters of tht American Society of Technocracy conducts a weekly symposium at a large auditorium, as well as technocracy classes. Above—A class lecture. Inset—Manchester Boddy, publisher of the Los Angeles Illustrated Dally News, leader In creating Interest In technocracy* who supported the technocratic theory In debate with Lincoln Steffens. Below —William H. Smyth, Berkeley, economist and retired patent attorney, who used the word "technocracy" In magazine articles In 1919. Bandmaster Is Seated Lieutenant-Governor EDITOR'S NOTE.—If Wuhtnelen'i ilite butlneu WM conducted like L*ut«nint-G*vwn»r Vie Meyers conducti hit btnd. the fetUwtm might be • re porter III result. (It ihwld be remembered, at I lines ineleied In quotations ire current Mttihlti.) By JAMES F. ROWE (United Press Leased Wire) O LYMPIA, Wash., Jan. 32.—With a "Hey, Nonny Nonny," Bandmaster Victor A. Meyers today took over his duties as lieutenant-governor. "I'm Fit as a Fiddle,' 1 said Vic, the former trap artist. "There's drums in my heart," he added; beating a neat gavel order. After a few hours of presiding:, he asked, "How'm I doln'?" There was an answering "Hl-hl-ho" from tho galleries as Vic shouted, "One moment, please.'* The Senate chorused, "Can't wo talk It over?" Confidingly asked one woman senn- tor, "Isn't it romantic?" as the first bill was offered for debate. "It don't mean a thing." an opponent warned, The woman senator prepared to take the floor. Up jumped president, he asked: "Was that the human thing to do?" and added, "I'll never be the same." The bandmaster murmured, "One of us was wrong." "Let's put out the lights," he suggested. A disappointed junior senator exclaimed, "What, no Mickey Mouse?" Meanwhile an unemployed legislator was asking a gallery!te, "Brother, can you spare a dime?" • "Strike up the band/' ordered tho Senate president, and that night it was "music, music everywhere." Only a few were "keeping out of mischief." ,The Democratic lieutenant-governor walked into a committee room and found "three on a match' 1 —Republicans, "Wo Just couldn't say goodby," they explained, Meyers said he dropped in long enough to announce, "There'll be some was reminded, auf wiecl- Senator Hemingway, and, without ad- ; changes." Ho was forced to leave 1m- dresaing the chair, began: [mediately 'when he "1 heard, yes, sir, I heard ..." "Three's a crowd." "Pullease, Sir. Hemingway," Vic in- "I apologize," said Vic, ,terrupted to remind him the senatress ersehen.' " had the floor, "I beg your pardon, mademoiselle," apologized the senator. Vic urged tho soft-spoken lady to "shout, sister, shout!" Regretting his encourage- •ment, he groaned, "How long will It last?" He had to make the deciding bnllot, "I'm between tho devil and the deep blue sen," he admitted. Finally he voted in the negative as favoring voters shouted, "How can you Bay no?" "I can't believe it's true," sighed the author as defeat was announced. "Say isn't so." Turning to the THAT'S A FOWL TRICK . TACOMA, Wash., Jan. 12.—Many people were amused tho other morning: to see several policemen chasing a diminutive bantam rooster up and down the street. They finally arrested the fowl and took It to the police station to try to establish Its identity. Two men, Harry Shaner and A. O. Patterson recognized the rooster as one belonging to one of Shaner's neighbors. The chicken had ridden to town on the axle of Shaner's car. i Men! Here's a Lucky Break .*.*- ft* WX V V . ¥ _ • SS5 :*>:* • ' "' t * '•• -. « T*^I%I'H Ft * ** * • »>•$$ !_•_ • _ '**-***•"• "A *r j. m m f.t. tKf. * *:•>•* *:*• ** »* . * * .*:•>: .*_•_ •*•:•:-•• •*••*•**'• ?:-;::• ••** »:• in *•* '' -*.•:• -o :*:*>:*: 4 > *.-.*. .*.- .'.'.;•' • .• '.- •: i * . • *:••-:- * ' -. «-•- Entire Stock of All Our $10 Crofut-Knapp Felt Hats Who said Friday the 1.3th isn't a lucky day—it is when you can get quality Felt Hats at such a ridiculously low price—latest shades and shapes •wide or narrow snap brims or turned up us L sale Saturday also. f pictu L O \ Brock's—Men's Shop riparw DEPXRTMCNT STOR& *-/ \ r 1 ro avm * I u / Lucky You! Read!--Come! SPORT and Travel Coats Regular $18.75 coats—some i * r fi season s smartest styles in tweeds, monotones and polos—sizes 12 to 44. Never have you had a better opportunity to buy such lovely fashions for so little—come in and see them tomorrow, without obligation.. Brock's—fashion Floor F 1 ELVET FROCKS NOW AT LESS THAN 4 Words cannot describe these beautiful Velvet Frocks—there are not many hence the extreme reductions—look at the savings. For the First Time at This Price TILE TOP Coffee Tables One One One One One Black Dinner Dress, With Jacket. Size 16. Was $69.50. Now BJack Dinner Dress, With Jacket. Size 20. Was $49.76. Now. Black Afternoon Dress, Long Sleeves. Size 18. Was $39.75. Brown Afternoon Dress, With Jacket. Size 18. "Was $49.75... Black Lace Dinner Dress. Size 15. Was f 39.75. Now Brock's—Fashion Floor A Spectacular Value! A remarkable special purchase bought for this January Clearance—beautifully made tables with base of Philippine hard mahogany. Size 18x18 inches—inlaid with four gay colored tiles. We urge you to come early for this outstanding value. Pottery-Third A large table of assorted Gift Pottery, Vases, Flower Bowls, Cnndle Sticks, etc. sale at one-third off regular prices. including For this Lamp Standards Chair Back Sets Almost Too Good to Be True! Just Like Throwing Money Away! Slips Dance Sets Shoes Have GO! Handsome 3-candle Btyle; made of antique brass. Special light $3.98 3-pIece sets, linen crash, work or Chinese cross- stUch. Set.. of Italian Italian cut $1.29 Art Department—Second Floor Tested Quality Silk Values From $4.95 to $6.50 Lovely Lace Trim . . . True Bias Cut . . . Sizes 32 to 44. L Supreme Value PAIR What luck to be able to buy such lovely Lingerie at this low price they're worth ever so much more. i * V The Slips—exquisite lace adorns L both top and bottom, they are cut on true bias and are slim-fitting. , Dance Sets—also lace trimmed and beautifully made—buy two sets —%nd save in this great clearance. Colors: Tea rose and flesh. Sizes 32 to 44. r Lingerie—Second Floor » Shoes are all fine quality, regular winter slocks* but because of jlhe sizes being broken they're ordered out tomorrow. Brown and black kjd, suede and patent—see if your size is here. They're Here! Straw-Fabrics * in Those New Nose-Dive" Brims Sizes ^ Shoes—Main Floor They hike up in back and dive 'down in front . . . and they must be worn at this jaunty pose to look smart. They're crisp, shiny and new and priced 'specially to make them irresistible! Millinery—Downstairs Store Theme Hose Clearance PART WOOL Blankets Prs. A notable value achievement indeed—Theme's famous dull sheer, high-twisted chiffon, specially purchased for this Lucky Friday. Broken Assortments Reduced for Quick Disposal 14 Single Blankets, 70x80 Inches. Not all colors. Regularly $2.95 each $1.53 10 Single Blankets, two- tone colors and reversible. 66x80 inches. Regularly $2.69 each.. uu. lovcnotuic. $1.33 18 Single Blankets, 72x84 inches—what a price for part-wool' blan- Ketfl! Regularly $1.39 each Get Them While You Can! ouse Frocks Gloves $2.59 Regularly $3.95. styles, some slip-ons, one-button and flared styles. 'Kerchief Sets Price All silk novelties in pastel shades, made of shirred ribbon, with rosebud trims. Regularly $1.50. Now 75c. Collars Collars, collars everywhere, and here a real bargain . . . dainty styles in pique and linen with Irish trim— also some in embroidered batiste. Values to $1.95—Now 59c. f r Brock's—Main Floor Bedroom Curtains Unusual value and a large assortment for selection.* 2 a /4 yards long, Priscilla tops, with tie backs, complete and ready to hang. $1.69 Value, Now $1.33 §1.95 Value, Now $1.73 Lambs' Wool Batts -All 100 per cent lambs* large* 81x96 inches, weight, pure whiter well combed. $1.95 value. Special wool, extra two pounds *:» 39c Value— 36-Inch Cretonnes— 33c Yard Brock's — Downstairs Store Bargain Tables in Housewares Odds and Ends in Dlnnerware, Glassware and Enamel in Four Groups to Clear. r Your Choice at 5c, lOc, 15c, 25c Always Sold at $1.00 That's a Value! .*:•] ' •1*1* m -» -. Bevel Glass Plateaux Assorted sizes and live different styles from which to choose. Special for Friday and Saturday 48-Inch Ironing Boards Standing boards, sturdily constructed and well braced to give you an ideal ironing board. Special for this sale..'.... Housewares—Main Floor A sweeping reduction to close out large assortment of Wash Frocks prints of all descriptions—dark and light piques or contrast collar trims, bows, buttons, etc—flared, pleated or straight line models—long sleeves or short sleeves. Colorfast and shrunk. Sixes 14 to'52. pre•§> A. V Another Kecord New Frocks group some you'll be ,* *:*' COUNTY!/" PROGRF fTIVE I TORE BAKER/FIELD We have added to this new and lovely styles amused! . . . Made right in every way —style, workmanship and color combinations. Sizes 14 tu 44. Brock's—Downstairs Store * - v \ id i .1

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