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aadV&riJuries- were attributable to officers, sput i I r ' J ^^P J r I J • B h ' ^| A \ — uf n ^~" • ^W* ^^ ^h '4 b 4 I 4 " ' I '^^\_ "^'rl^J^JLJ^^-"-*^"*-'—*.. h ~ J> _ — r ^ r ' _ I 4 W ^ ^ I • ^__ ..Afe —-^- p^ V ^ m • j ta «^ ^K » ^ m* K "dinnking^atlvers/' a Hgsr^which patrol,the entu »-i i_.-- : '-,i«_.^4rifTt : iir^.««*V,*i ;; -"k* 1 "ti»Tte. : '\'0'ir OharlPS VV . Tase Eleven that I across in the middle oC a block." He pointed put that he lias only 26 officers, split into three shifts; to e county. /; ' director of .. Charles \ the Fresno County Chapter. National Safety Council, said, "Chief a rivers;' - *• • --- •- * *_• drinking idriver cant be • • ' <--..*?- * - -' .- - - • - - . - m v test : - Colpete': Palm Columbia.^ Gae fort vCrowri ZeHerbach -: Du- Pont. cadoa: 6c; ; :-:•. Beans: = " fc^immg(^ as ia picture ^ --.' ^ ^ ' . "J. I . --S . laton rinch I s fee. T/ Box can bed. ,- ...—.^ • i . j used • as • ne B^:::^;^;^^ T*^ : :.-** <-- --'- !~^- •,••* L -T^T - 1 • - - -' - r rt i Doctor^and Nurse Sets For Boys and Girls '-' ---"'". : ' ' '-' - ElsYeitt :: :.ininiature articles •' REE 69c ' Phone 9729 1000 Ba 9729 The First Improvement Specially Gift Gin Over Arth 300 Years Fifth SEAG RAM or CANAD IAN CLUB Bottle ORAVES ENT BOTTLE RUM GRAVES 5th Made the slow RON RUM HOS 5th process Ail 98 assure tini parts Seagi • ^' \ • a 1 Inc Gin Sherry LORD CHESTER with Bott.ed !Sth Fifths WEDDING Sth 3th MCE GEORGE -"V^l - "' - **~ Bteod *' ,*."*.•+>*?.:„ i Crown SUNSET BO Fifilis and Sth Proof ermi SOUTHERN HOST SOUTH OATC sth Cato v s budget has not increased appreciably in 5 years. How can . we expect adequate enforcement of the laws when we have only one officer for: a thousand miles of highway?*' ..Commenting on the situation !n Kern county, Mr. Goodson said. "Tour accident rate is twice as high juv Coinplsments GaJyeii .1 -•„ i'V.ChieCxGato,:.; complimented Captain In commarid:; ; or patrol forces i in ^ern-;/coun ty, '• for r his: ef- c f as any comparable population area in the United States. Statistics show that for every traffic fatality there are 20 traffic injuries and 150 ac- ,.,.-.: - - •'-'•'" I '- 'SfltttVirfirri •'Pa'Mffr - " '>" ^*" : - ^ i7i£ --. \ L .-*jyi4»u*ri **, _ ^nvt^j^j **»^,«**. *-,-._..,,»_,*„.,»,_*., .^4 7m--'.-. * t'.-r' I ';_•• »!• ' J _ .: TV • * ft " ' - .".,•! • _ ' - . - - - - _ ' * . _ --, •- . jr- . •». ' .L H • TI - *•• w«-* *» **^- *•» • * *^"* *>* * n A " i :^ V 6 •N ri _- 30H :j Standard ; Gas fcYEIetiV- T4 pfd Oil/or California „_.._.: 56A& : 'f f ^ »'• ''••»' ^ • ^ ^ -.* *. ' ^> ^East^an'^l£^ak-v.l:^^^^^ i .J^a.i:23 •..-%:(: ;-'.BIsibtric-^utp:-XUpJ:V:.;v_,^™:- ••-r.^-^nsa:- " v Blectric,Boat'^-- 1 - i - : - r ^ '-• " ,;Stra:nd£rtJ. Oi;l of Indiana.... - SiatidanJ pi.l of New Jersey,,;,.....' 68" Studebaker/-..i...........;..„.„,...... ...... 20% Texas Company J....~—..._:....„—.,...,.. 5HV Tide; Water; Associated Oil ;_,. 19 M «- - il.^6or«T--^:^;:>^ > ;:i ( I2^ 1.12S lchr/£J^-:^^iO^^^ -^.....^......^. .;...: '2~ iwr-'""^™^^:X^.-^^^':^^^^ 17 highway . Accidents wi£hVa seiiQ^^y.undermariiied force. '" """"'"" i - > -• 0:: ~-"- --~- ^reporteotl:that 106 death ;ijv highway county «p":far this 175 for;;i945. He ^deaths and injuries on and straightaway reduced by separation [ of a accidents-Jit yearg - - -—- i . r raffic ^ jJ. and predicted a further when - the remainder of cidents in which property is dam- ed:" Tats means that there are .1 8,026 accidents in Kern county per year— and explains why your collision insurance has risen, more .than 100 per cent," he said. He added, on the basis of statistics, that "if we lose 106 lives a year in Cern county for 10 years, it will /"Thevcaptainjinvited the public to stop v in his: office and study the , : - .Great>Xor,ttoer.n^!^ ; ITnited- Cprporatiph -^..., : -3%r :i <3reyhp-indrCbrvoration :..^.;£^^_.^C7^i^ H^-nitea Gas; Imp^,..;..-..----—-^ 24 % -•HomefiUke; M|nihffc:^;.:.^ .-,,... 53 . :••-Houd' /KeVahe^^.^^...^^.^-^^^^-^^^!" r J , -, tTnited States. Steel..;.; .-..:„ 71 a i : ^ - * ^f t 'r .. • " ' ' v ^r^ " ' - i ^ - .• i- . ••- ' . ' ' - - V- L .^_ „' • « r I- - ^ j • - * ^^k •• _ ' . r — -- B . •;TTarner Brothers ,««^t.^;«;,.: .--- 17% 'estern. I^nion .-:,;—-_^, „..': 19?* t*StI O JB HTJiijtJ ' ' : •*-**«j,. v .'._^ 44 ^ h <.**« u .-^.. 4 ,,.-,-k> »»* •» 4* _y^ L ; ^ :: wi| ^International Tel^ : ,& •YeL^^i.^^lSH^f' V\V^olwqrth ;....^.....™,^^.,v... ;.„...... 49 - >rt^JrX;Jp^ns :ifftnrille^.;l^^..^_^.^i£^ „... Cfi«i L -" -^"'r'' II -V" '- '"_'._:.' : - •' <"' -,:-'- • H ^ -- '--.. ' •*'*'*"•, .. —•'--,;,:-- -, . :. .- '. ^-.- " -^- ;: -'V - -,-,: -V. - ." - ^..'--. '- • .'- • . , . ' , • - " - - »r I- -, ' -• cotton: x-f utures ,1- 'J' 4 r ' i-" ' • • ' 1 ^-"-- .* . ", at:that^time:were•• GRAPE AUCTIO ,» •i'-' - : : . ;- r -i 1 • -_ <• .--'•' ;^-' r '.:. h - ' - ' J * ' ' ' • "•• -^ »* . - - ''r '•, •. • _ -' . • anction-in;sew-Trk - -: 'i 1 - I- - ' aysletHornes .-• *. ;••-.-.•.-• :• ' .-•-•• -". .•• Rav^ Lumbei' accident occurrence map. "We need public support;" he said. 1; v Separate VValk Needed ' ; . Captain Galyen again called.atten- tion to> : ttie'; : > dangerous situation -on Roberts .I-arieV where hundreds of childrenx:fai?ev"death daily "on their way ; to and : from BeardsJey School. i;'Traffic : :pn:fUiis road 1s '-fast,.- and the children: have nowhere: to walk cost.the people of this county $30,- OOO.OOO/'"" Others who spoke included Cham: ber President F. R. Kalloeh, \V. H. Hitchcock. R. R. AVhitaker. and A. AY. Lingo, chairman "of the Kern County Safety Committee. The meeting:, at BakersfleJd Junior College, -was preceded - by a dinner at Hotel El Tejon in honor of Chief Cato. Formation of citizens' committees in Kern communities for the co-ordination of a county-wide traffic safety program with the Kern County Chamber of Commerce safety council', was recommended by the executive committee of the Kern County except on a narrow shoulder. .They Safety Council following the county- sliould ; haye;:*. separate \vAlkway." wide safety session. . He al?o declared that the ^situation was seriqusSin Oildale, and that •JCbrtti Chester ia.venue should have The recommendation will be advanced" to the county chamber executive board of directors for ratlfica- a curb separation do^n the center tion at the monthly meeting o* the "to keep fool drivers from turning 1 .• board tonight. iagas, ;?1.68 ; SCO • i llOQ OHv-sttes; $3.36. •j • . • *_-__ •-• ' - -. J iia-:f f,f.' ' » •'. T ^ ^ ' h v> n • I ^ 1 _ t ' n — - b .•<••-.'. :-.--: ' • Oft APE AUCTION , _ L - * • ' -iL-^ ' " r • """-«r L " n ' * " " i''" ~"an : _\ e w 1 orlt: to- -••,Los Angeles Produce rer Local^Canhonball. ^crates " ' ' : &:••• _• - --".. . • • •- ' ' x l h ^^^^^^^^^^ 1 • | . MATEO,Dec. 12. (UPJ- uhde>'-aiKed lumber is going into a, great majority of homes being erected for ^veterans; Peter E. Kyne, fam"eidi.': ; ;wHteri charged here in ah acldress before American Legion Post K<3; 8ii of San; Mateo. - v ;; The;:author -of the 4< Cappy Kicks" sea. ;stories,.said he had been commissioned 'to. write; an article which: he :•: termed - "the: ; great national swindle"- after he made a nation^ wide tour/of veterans housing. : :'.:':Kyiie,-. former: lumberman/ said in. many eases hel found "green, undetr sized lumi>er going into veterans t- •-• ••' •--,,•••-'.'•'•• . •' ' --• . homes.' ; ''If .specifications called for Uy6 by foiirs, many times 9, one and half ,by three and a half .inch timber went fe to the house. r *Wheri vet- erahs finish paying for such houses in 20 years they likely will find them ini bad condition." ; 6 1 J«H« f* '•-.-. Million Grape r -^ A/ ;, -^- -• -v.,.-, • • / I Y»| f* a I T * I nofits ;>Suit Tried rnencans ; ;;.<::Cifcuinbera:"-Umperial;' valley^::_ind •-:iSan : • Diegia county, ^liigrs : '"J3i 60 @ 4; - Kb. ,2s ;$1.25^ t(^):1^60;;MexIco'S3fi>3,25: Texajii-'Ku'sbel baa-r ; • John: >W. Eckhapdt, director of cur,,-. - ' i . - ~ riculum, research and. guidance: of :-''•-* -. .' •-••* ... . ' . *-»* — *-^--'^ erV Cry Pertprhmoa: Per IB., -local : and San-Joa-; ; npcs Peppers;{Per lb,. beJIs. Sar Texas- 12® 15c:;.Mexica:' 1.0® 12p; -chili,;•-; .Squasii: "VThite- Summer."Tmperiar valley. ll rence , ;SAK: PRAKCISCO, Dec. 12. - --.--. Disposition of a profit poo] of more than $6.000,000 from sale of the 1944 war-time grape crop was under submission to "the .United States Circuit CoiirtTpf Appeals here today. I --•pi'alvarguments over the division of profits from the grapes^omct of which ;:\vefe converted into raisins and the'rest into wine—were heard yesterday.by three judges. /Arrayed on/one side of the in- yplyed i legal arguments were the goyierhmeht : and representatives of Thompson grape gro\vers, who con- tehded- the 'tonnage basis distribution pl-in; ot.the Commodity Credit Corporation '?was fair and" just." .v/.Representatives of Muscat growers/ contended just the opposite—. that,-distribution should be by varieties fpf\grapes-and, inasmuch as Muscat' growers "contributed more :than :5p;; per; : ceht of the'fund" the larg:er part of the pool should go to these; growers; • ; IKern fCounty Union High School /district, vseryed as a section leader 'at;<:the two-day conference of city • - - ' • . , - - . «^ r county r school curriculum c ordihators . held in Fresno Monday ':, t San-Biego county lusts' $2^50 ;•:• crates'"'S2.50 ;«£3^25; Italian. ;iocal ; arid// San : I>ieeo • "county.:!lugs »2.#2.50.: Tansprjues-; ,jg^r ;.lb'.',; T>ahcya,; Imperial and;Coacliella valleya l6@13c»-; : , ,:v ; .-;. "',•.;.• '-:.; : ;Sa^^Frahci^p; : 'Steck*^/-y./ SXN;\FRAXCiaCO, Bec.;42. California Bank, 34: Atlas Diesel, ;10?i Bishop OH, 5: Central/Eureka.:;81: Clordx Chemical; 29 % ; .Creameries , of " : America. " 23%: Emporium: CapweiK 4S%; rworth,. 7 ?i ; Gjeneral: Mo tors- 52 %; General Paint. 20; GladdinET McBeari.' 29rLGolden ; State, r37; HalerBrolhers. 25%: Hawaliaii PineaDPle,, 24: Tlunt: Foods. 30 5i ; Hutchtn- spn :: 'Supar, 8; Kaiiser-Frazer, IS J A'i;::Lock- : h6ed> Aalr, _^0Vi ; Lyons Magneto;: B, 14; National AUTO Fiber, .Ifi^-Nortfi; Americaln; Int facitic Pacific Gas; &-Electric PacificVGas; &, Electric ' pfd.v::353i:^Pacific /lighting. 60; Richfield; ; warranta,'. y.40; Sears • iRpe'oucfe,;, / 3-T% :;;.^6ouudyiew.' /Southern California Gas .Dfd.v; A*.v Southern-Pacinc^S; StancIiard^I; of-Caliv- f ornia, Oil"6f Uhitett'. SUtee: Steel,/: 72 West Indies;.-13' 5 ,i r . . l estment, .,10 % ; Korth American ."Oil, 29 V citic Can, Ml 36; Pacific; Ga^-4: : Electric. %: Pacific Gas: &: Electric pfd.iivS9;ai; /Tuesday. ' •.: '"•;. : Held under v the sponsorship of the ^Caiifornia/state; department of education, ; the conference "\va.s statewide fix scope, and considered such topics as^'Planning and 'Developing a Pro- frani;in General Education for the California . Secondary Schools," "Some Specifie Examples of General /Education Practices in the California Schools'* and related sub- •jects. State department of educa- tibri leaders as well as leading school; administrators and curriculum directors throughout the state were present, Air. Eckhardt reported. usionfo ans PACIFIC GROVE,, Dec. 12. (UP) MOSCOW/ Bee. 1C. UP)—Itya Ehrenbergr, noted Soviet writer who visited the United States earlier this year> told an audience today the average American is the slave of propaganda, but is not aware of the fact. . "The 'propaganda is so subtle and well-masked that he would ba shocked if you told him it exists." Ehrenberg said in a lecture on "America and Tomorrow," last o. a series ou his American trip. His main theme was the way in which organs of public opinion mold the outlook of the average American, 'who, he said, "natively has much common sense and, above all, does not want war." Some of Khrenberg's other observations: The pen is mightier than the sword and progressive ideas will triumph in the end in America. The mind o£ the average American is not yet awakened. -The path he wiU take tomorrow depends on which people awaken his mind— Wall Street, which lead? . to the f the :'• one;; JongrV cruel delusion" for the } ^ • ha returning:. veterasntnable to find de- i ne ^ ltp . ; cent housing; says Georgre W. Ebey, I . Soil .' et Chico., State-JCollege professor and I ^on than American papers. -acting state, chairman of'the Ameri-! ... • - -•'-'. i interest at papers carry less infbrma- can Vetei*ans committee. PALES TINE DAMAGES y '.'tola 1 a -regional, meeting of LONDON, 'Dec. ._12. —Colonial Public Housing Con- ! Secretary Ai-thur Creech .Tones said y night that the "sad Mast night's violence in Palestine has Railroad Lois Ahke I« s Li ve*toc k - *. . ^ -. ^^ . . -. ' '. ' ' -_• I - i , . _','L I -. -•-'I XOS ; .1000; r.iftlrlr.'actlye. -'fully seteady ;.two-loads sobd :fed steera; : $24:.macUiim.to good steers, $l9@-2£.?5; inediura;, : to: good heifers . $lS.5Q@19rBQ; ; : medium.vto to common • cows ; J9.7S @ 13 v canner* :::t8.B(J 9.50 ; medium ; to>Kood aauaagg buils " ' " " Calyes Balabe 300: active,* top J2l; : n choice ;420 ; lbs:; medium to choice > calves,- $L7.50@19.50; few medium -to rgood.stbcUcra 516.50.^ v"f : aalable 200 stronB to ;25c;blffhisf ; top J25 on choice 322- Ibs.; bulk ispod to choice t!90-2SO Iba. tnickrina ?2@?4.50; few 310 Iba. $23.50; snedluin:to;Rood ^She^p *Batabl8 226;. supply' all-ewes:; no sales; Kpod to ctoice/lamUs Around 422. ^ ''; ; Poultry* Butter,/I .•Wholesale pricee, conBumer ffrade; 'grade 1 : A 57@63c," medium' .grade "A *•* - ^ .^ ^ . .--.1.'-— -^''.-1- :;Continu*d From- Page Eleven. : ^ j '' nL '^' ' ' ~ * what rhade the ice move, t he y went " : the Katlonal Pu ence: ^Vednesday story*' Of housing was a .story" of j cost the Palestine railways an es- dieillusibrirhent, ill health, disrupted I timated $1,300.000 in damages and faniily : ^ relationships, crime and I an estimated $12,000 in lost revenue group co-ifUct. i since November 18. - 1. r are/happy^ijid carefree, and don:t-seem to: worry about anything j in the : world. They, .work hard ail day, -and after dinner they just wow around Vand entertain them- i, L t Used Woven Wire Lath Fencing, 48 Inches - •' *• •• • ' ' - ' ' ' ' . Approx. 100-Foot Rolls - ' T 56c, small grade ;.- A; 40 @ 43e, - large^ crade '' "' Candled cee« to retailera: I*arge grrade/ i, casies.v-70@72c.; cartons 72<§;74c;:;i-ie-:: ™ ' L ' _ - _ ' -> AA ^ ^^+m m& •. r _x • r'- < n b dium -«fade AA. cases 60 4f64c,; Bartons j -^-*-» . -B^T .- , -— . . • : .-*- .- . • - ____ _ _ _ i?f-£at*-r*±". cJ" large,: grade : A,; taBe> ;56® 57c.\ cartons B8@63c;, niediujn grade:; Ai cases 54@60c. cartons 'B6.@62c: ; eraaU: gradei' cases: 48 @ 62c:, large grade 'B, casea -45 •- I - - '- I -;futures - turned •Irregular,; {pllowinsr ieirly '-03vm ^> f ornoon deaUnga, moved • j 52,60 bale on;trade ."'.=:-^Futures closed $1,10- «.<Jjale:;.hiElierj to-:.: '~ : $l.S5'-16*erX.than':t!«i.':.p.reir!ou8 : ; " I ..' . . V-" '—^ • ' -•'-. .-.'•'. L T i~ f - ^ ' I' Chicago Grain ••other' upturn-iiiV-srain'; fu^rea:;jpaay;;;;qn/; -"hiiviri'ir -• wh ith^'cairit*:- froni •-mills., $ hd-ATras : - whidvc-Urie : ; f roni to " ; ..represent ,.: , fi y of tip vihore ; than- 2 • cents;/ at .-times; /and^the - January contracts was.> iwUi.iii 3 :"; cents ' of ' . .. . i •- - - '*.-..-•--••' . -.-— -si-- ' Xayajos iove bright colors I and;^ startling:;designs. When the4 work party arrived in Bakersfield,. if its- ; members/-were attired in the height of colorful fashion, according to; Navajp-standards; Even the most conservative members of the party ;^pre at least a red, blue or purple-j sfe.rt/while/the gayer young blades' jaclcets with nightmarish-de-;' k f ^L ^ T. -. ± - ^-T in loud color. ; most of the Indians wear',]' their hair short, several of the older:] onesr—'defying progress—wear their i hair long, tied in a bun a't the nape'i of : :theVneck with many yards or! •. . h Per Roll Bakersfield n I I We Have oil Hand h *. 1 - ; One or two still let theirjj r hair cascade down over "• thelj ears, • with; a red^twisted bandana! around the/head. , ;;"..":,;':! ;ir/The older ones still take tribal taboos Seriously; • When' C-Uiforniari photographer sought 'to£ take their picture; they didn't openly!^ defy: him, but they were careful to| keep>their backs /to the camera. ' I ^*-\|- f-~f -^ +"J • JTI * I _ I r6-foot Angle Posts 1000 6-foot Studded Tee 0 7»foot Angle Posts 1400 7-foot Studded Tee rnve ,1 . _ v; old fellow-r-apparently :the| clown -;ot. the::party~^spread his lipsf : " ar;wid^/ : vtoothy grin, and posed:;; noSbusly. Biit he refused to inoye; his black; high-peaked hat, ? ; TheJ:; ;Nayajos, according to the foreman,' are not :yery musical. 'T : i heard them singisiig; a time or two. | and: "it Sounded like a band of:! JV " ®* iT «. !- i - *•-,„- - J .027—2 1 /o-incli Corrugations '™* ' - , . ^^ •i, -'•*' ." of the - Indians speak Span- Jh;v,,vjf they don't-savvy English, If .try them oh : Spaiiish. If that doesivt I wiDirk, I/ just have to use sign language, v Mr. 1 VanGruridy .said.. d .: : -vThe: party of Navajos now work- : ' ; ~~" l —" is the first Jndian 'gang ; /j since the! beginning. of the i B-inch 26xl(j-inch $2.15 '$2.86 n Sheet Shee Per $4.28 Sh eet *. K . -L .. ^ /•' :;They are.aH working happily now;/f: : and /still remain close to the bunk-> h ' OVERHEAD GARAGE FT - {off/0.14 r 65 .. exploratory trips around totvn and;] Ln'4r_^_'- \- \ n ^ ,_ -.'"'^•-^l ^ - ' . " laclc;'of^: Aluminum : . .Complete with Hardware. Sid|Ie:dobr 7 feetliigh by 8 feet wMe, Double door 7 feet Jiigh by 16 feet Avide. Light, strong, beautiful. Los An Cash Grain homeland will draw the$r eastward that old ^Xavajo trail. 1 _ \ ^ ^ i ^™ •- - 1 , Los Angeles Citrus > i ^i .1 '-'' ' ~— ^^^ / - '' . , . f . r \B Sumner -^ ^ • Los Angeles Kay roedium to large S3^r.3.50; entail ?2@2.50.; :H/Lemons: Per box.' lot'al loose $5.50^ /f.2;-r.fair 54@ ; 4.5i>; fancy .packed 060a ^V n ^& ^^ \ ^_ _ ^K M£ 1m __ ' Angeles Stocks And Union, Bakersfield ~ i Our Outside Yards Standard : Oii of California, USIN LOT Chaster Fourteenth Streets 0283 PHONE Wright Brake Complete ETH CHESTER THi and CircJ Appo ' . I _

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