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" ' -.-.-. ^ r • ;-An •: ptficj&r ot ihe^ep^rUrient saild ^oulcl: be i discussed^ at -'^ today V session ;-^of the; labbr-m an a'ge- " -'h r . - committee >hich adyia^s r ;the •cdhcniatlbn:-servicei^ThiB comrnit:tee : ; askejd to nominate members j- ,- >.." --• y' y :" of Protests Asked: :; /."- -^ff ^ '•: =: Kew-;labprj departrn|nt •: etfortsVtb: •promote peaceable settlement: ,---.. ;-^:--- ! --'.-•-• :.-:••••-, : -.-y.,- -v '-•;.••.-i-.r^-pr^Kf.fr.r^-s '_-_•- :•-:-.-•- ?-••<.-.. ...-.•.:. .'>.-, ; -^---. 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I-: En do rsng; several ". sp eclf r yk tiechniques, ; ^: the: ; ;^ cpimnlttee of :nien ; '' •- - .* putes coincided vwit a;: statemen - * - considerinig: ; V; '^highly ; iihlirlabor- - p> Green's warning came; "in letter. • . • IA. £V ,. vat iiates to • u t , heir : pr6- ^ tests: against such legislation /members;of :Congres£; : i ^;;^-^-?i' ^ Recent inoyes/of the labor de^str>- ; Vrnent—ainped ;at Imprbvirig 'labor"re• latipns .riia-cfainery—-also appeared' to »- L attempt to : head of f : prevailing- vie\v aprig ' ' -_ " ^^* ,tlO!iv;" : gpyerhnient labor officials- was that ;mentwa? preare d^t iPM't-- : sulatioi ^ith ^the ,v Arriong. probable cb airman ; f > h e pilbllc •... • ihember':*; o the h: have been : drafted: for '', infediation jobs • this; year by Secretary^of:;Labor Lewis Bl,Sch\velassigned: to; tlie" .electrjcalv^iiia"riufacturing; • industry 3 !flipu t e ::and.; Fe! nsi n ger io th e ,wes t toastJmartime disputes and to;'the Hawaiian sugar strike. : ;,-;•":• ;^ : ^r' WASHI Dec. .17, (UR) r . - :.;Sp6kesnian for the 'construction in- •duistry today predicted a speedup in : buildingj-bpmes for yeterans under ] gram; sales ceiling on new hbmes /and ior easing the $80 a for housing built under : the: pro- Says Building Practical H.R.;Northup, secretary-treasurer Pi-esident Truman's housing pro- : :gramw - •-'-••.."'.- .- "•/-•" '•:' ' '•' ]- ^~^m •• _ - * _ ; v But ;; there: were/ conflicting ".fore- J of the National Beasts from;'; the President's critics, j Ration,:said: thu changes had >*simuP :>vho said.: the : new 'change were a jtarieusly made practical J ; "fraua'V on veterans and 1 the "deathlble" the^ rapid construptiori^of new " of the emergency housing, pro- homes; lor the first time •*."- '» . *•.'. 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(..• - '•' '.-a'•.••>"* -i ; '*i.-'"tj '-^ •:.-••-" f ! -" ' and. -.distribution: ot v,or- ^^riature;and ^Iff'iool " VHM*^lott r --! i f -*' il^icr*i*I nArl : ^ a o -- •**rTi:_ i lliAUiiij, PetFLlCta .'^.1L: CltioUriUtil : Eto •• Uir J J I J L ^^ ^n^ r ^* r n 'l r^ ^^ ' ^ i^_^^ _,•• ;^'- ^ •-_•>:..: •!-_ ^1 .-.,-*,'_ _i^>.V^.ig^jj-ji^ fay,; people Kavins -ex'"- ~ " r n . -.'.'•- . '..'"• - ..•»,! . By JACK BELL : ! ; V ; :*WA! Senator -Vandenberg (R.-ilich) wasi :: . • -- '. ' -' '_-.,. . • ' • described today as re;uly " i , U'em&- : .cq^'mUni^t''ytenden6ie^.j* : usually ; reliable - Source showdown In .the Republicail ••con- -f^ ference.: if any challenge develops^ to 'j-::; his. prospective dual role a? ttie Seh-ii purge - "i. . i A-.-' and said" they j T-I •* a -warning the Turkish ser struck ate's presiding- officer and foreign^ : -.relations- chairman. . V .' : :P ^ -* ~f * ^ * r Robertson (R.-Wyo.)"., has j notice that he-is opposed to! Di'*s holding two jobs = 6f|- nature \vhen the Rerjiib-{; take over control at the start p: of the nev/ Congress.'- ' - — . **rf , -. - . .- . Gets Support; •:•'•"$£ 'i. •"-• -. -^, fornfan-KE4:T.eteph^lo. ^twiktoj': '!iis? te- - t^as^a.. result^of-jrtrai^ptonto ^9^ t? iXjef tT;" ^2ryeai>oldi ti^yy • Teteran ;of ;Sacr(Vinen^); • l-a^Oj-.^'^an/'affermSthl^^-miea^ 3irk:vwheh hevlearnedlliis lefe eye^had ^to *• -.'-- -'. ; - '-' ' - \ -': -'_•:•'• ' ,•--.--- ^ • ^ - . - - . v .. • ^ . - •'.'-.;.; opera tiou, itali in :San : "subversive movements.''} r Observers in Istanbul \\ - j - ^ by '~: the strong \vordiug-; of vChe.^army icpmmunique^^ announcing,ithC'Vswift steps and were -quick.:-tp^ ^iiote^they .Robertson reportedly has the sup-; |coincided wvith; a rise^bf^ariti-Cbrvi-1 port of Senators Wilson _(R.-Io\v^)l munist. ; sehliment^ in L;iran;>3ust> to and\;L*anger :(R.-N. B.) in a inoye:!: the east; of Turkey, and ;other even ts [aimed (1) at r Barring 'Vandenberg ]:; regarded .here as possible; harbingers of a chariging : attitude tpward\Sbviet vvo and s prevent-: * . " J' ' n ing Senator White (R-Maine) from Russia,: ;v- v v--v;-v^ floor leadership arid! V: Uhconfirmed reports ; said persons j the chairinanship o^ the new corn- V- : ,of alleged radical^tendencies had j merce committee. . t t'riends of Vandenberg' ' the Michigan senator is determined I been arrested and numerpus •merits . seized as secret police .and the military descended on 'suspected ea - T_'T," i " - * -, "-'. '<• * "~ ' '- - ' '- -- : .- - •',.'---'--• -. - - -•• •. '- tablishments. ; -,-i.;.;/-.'-:? ^•. ; >:;^.:?:' 1 "v : V ; The steps .were taken by the^com- manelant of the state of siege '-w embraces] the ; IstanbulAare^fand tends ; north and west through -Thrace to the Bulgarian and Greek frontiers. ;;>v;::,/^.ConUriued : From;^ge-Onc. : ; ; ::/'l ; :;i;: '-'/v- ^^:S^Continued;^rohi-Paffe One ^ , : - :. : ertyr^ ; kho>v(ng:::;lhati ;: ' ; t][ie^^py^ 'G O pwners^coMld ^cimre^Jts^; remov^al/^ Jl- n ____ ^"_l J^— Ll 1 '. ^'l JB r l&L S L B^-_^l^ Jj^-rt !'_J r _ _ I Fnl •' ITf''•• :-"• '-":•- 'T^-''- ' p Ti •l"T-: FriendsoiBilbo I . - - .:, to ••; -t to fight for the two places iii the r: party's December 30 conference, if I -LiKES ' DUAL ROLE—^Senator necessai-j'. .There are indication? thatrWhHe .will follow suit, and the two veterans, appear likely to" win. handily any:voting test of this na- Because of the added legislative and foreign relations chairman.. Arthur H. Vandenberg is reported ready to fight to keep his dual role of-Senate presiding officer •duties thus involved, however. Vandenberg Is expected by some asso- \ciates to ask to be relieved of future '"work as a United Nations delegate. j v Connally VYauts Out .. * i ™ •:'; Senator Connally (D-Texas) t wl^oni the Michigan Senator will succeed ais foreign relations chairman, tola a news conference Monday he thinks l.he has contributed all he can to \\\* United Nations, indicating he wouhi like to quit. • Connally is said to fee!, also, that perhaps someone else ought-to tako oyer the job of advisor to Secretary of State Byrr.es at future ..meetings of the Foreign Ministers Couneii. I Vandenberg, who served wtth Con- (•.nany.in this capacity, is represennM ! as. being of a like mind so far as his | own service is concerned. ! .As chief spokesman on foreign af- I fairs .for the new Senate majority, 1'.Vandenberg has agreed to take the head in'fighting for about $30,000,I 000 in congressional appropriation* expected to be asked for the Unitofl Nations and several of its avixiliary organizations. But the Michigan senator \M\* served notice .that a proposed. Uniie-1 States contribution of $75,000,000 inward the $165,000,000 to he spent, by the new international refugee JOIVTKH- ization may have to shift for itself. Continued From Faga One fine : spirit it /honored;; the rFranck • r ., • , - - L % ^-- • ^- I. . - ---'.-. : : -- '. , ' - - J ^— ™" »" , ^"i* »» ^ w ^'Information receive^ by^trie ,cpn> [A Minors thittee'e staff;" : -Coles: said, "indicatps"f •\UnnV- rnhi li'VColes: said,"indicates j that; thef-pommis^Jbn I had no accurate ;inventories^of;^the^materials in Chorale n the same com, the; Andante Contabile String deliver tbe $3000 note into :the hands Former Governor, Hugh White, ara 1 -"'"•»' . , • Baruch Pushes ~ . . oritrol of Atom , .., quartet (Tschaikowsky),: and by re these; yardga,ig|fixe^v,prices; by,:: es- ques^of ! friehas;the>Bach: Chorale, *.j- a ^ j^j r ; 0 j ^ri*s Desiring'' and •ee's comiriit- '-information Bilbo's opponent in;, the- 1940 'Mississippi aenatprial campaign; •He quoted :Terry ; • t -X*ec. 17. OP)—Left-wU tt ,. . - . ^ r =. .. . , , atomic matters. staged their largest dem- Deferring to £ in occupied Japan today j James F. r Continued From Page One Vyacheslav M. Molo'tov, Soviet Ru's- i L i sian foreign minister, and- Ernesc,' .' • . . . ^ .--^ . . Bevin, Britain's foreign secretary, had covered much of the Messersmith Ca ed Back for Conference (UJ!) gram. n To Issue Orders war ended. * '•'• /:"-''''-.".V'.-:^: 1; :.';' J: -^ ~ . - _ - - . •• .' , - Northup: said lumberVdealers^and *•- In; the ; midat of the brickbats, and i builders ""-were -ready to ^construct , bouQuets, Frank R. Cceedpn, the new | hoines in record numbers ! "end • housing' :expediter,. prepared to issue .Wednesday or -Thursday, the first -cracy and fed tape.'' |^rders:,to implement Mr. : Trumah's Hugh ' • ipy^^r'^spOB^l^eire^in'pt/foHowed by the maritime^commission indhese 2 iyed;information: "Lo^How a : Rose E>er Blooming," &e ^i or e " is; of ;7ther surplus and a /group • of: Bach: chorale prel- j.; ^ e '*\ er ^tion : : covering udesin^uding. the j -Qur Father: Who ?'*£*?•• v-°- '.'1 <* 4 « '• ' ^ .• ,' . _ *•—• . . , * *K •_ * V » « « —J - He quoted-,:Terry as. saying, tliatj • -" • : -«-,-—- .-<*_- --— ^^ • - -- ' '- " '• - i ' ' ' - ~- " - v- - - _ ' " ' - i fit! dt" l*J3 T 1/^T1 > Y\ f\f*f>\\Y\l £irl - T'J t^o n frf\rl ft *t Shu^han was trvingto^ embarrass \ UiiOL1 ** L1 v i V' Jli _. vecujjieu japan Loaay Senator'Bilbo by disclosing tlieiiote;- i JT a • da i rlon ^ -Procession estmiatecl by ^^» -'- -'•"• '. _. • -P." '•, ^"' •' - - « ••- t n* 1 ' - nTWvri^f rnnv*in£* I of ^^HAftft 'fr\ We were ffood:Democrats and.'we 1 pio\ubL maisnai ac dou t uuu to case. - 1 tRaymond jVfcKeough'--1 old r <the^ - ^-Jconirn" i ttee :'•;' h e •;that Art in Heayen" and '-• 'the Pastoral Symphony, xjfrpm' ; "The -Messiah;' :(Handel)/s;'Mra.\;;'Rbna3d : v ClarJc was ithexorfi^niab':-:- ; ; : Y i -'-V\.-:=;;._.; ; -^ "• -,-••:,-'- : ; As Handel's ;3jargo was played,, the housin policy. dent othe National ;Assoc!ation of - * The '.'initial order? ^vere expected J Real Estate' Boards, agreed - with ? end finany;; priorities and Jist ina-j Northup; that Mr. Truman's program terials which must, remain under was a'"step in the right direction." .allocation-: control/^/; : : - **-.- - .: 'spokeeman . rpraised Mr. Tr umari;; f or, removing: the $i 0,000 • L.-^^ ^ " " ' " .-•---. ' - **" ~ ~ . - . . . - T f .. it "a,oe37i't go far enough" and.should have scrapped rent ceilings outright. •* -'-« /i v-^^^i^W"^^^ was if ollowed -dpnjt-tlinikvthat,charge can byrt hb mourners. ;^*uard of honor A **: '.'•'-.-"- -:-,-.- '-'-: ' :'-\ - ' ' " -'IT '-- n tstified. j Jackson earlier ; was /Questioned | : . ; T " Al 1 ^ ~'lll obviously .was intended more to about .the state law by .Senator;- Ferguson (R-Mich.) at the vBilbo; war contracts .inquiry. impress General MacArthur with Secretary- of State yrnes 1 speech to the assembly, Baruch said that Byrnes had brought the United Nations and the public to a "refreshed understanding of the fact that abstractions have been debates, and it is now tip to us "WASHIXGTO.X, Doc. 17. Secretary of State James F. said today hp had asked on Messersmith, United States a dor to Argentina, to return to AYash- the atomic ^commission—to present ; : 'California be made. McKeough ; ^ .^shipyard",'.:sale;^t ( wa>^ aV;yery;: decent CQnsummatiph:pi; : &;very delicate arid jrivolved f " -. i : If the mburners. Avguard of . was formed: by the American IJegion, and the escortVwas provided by commissinV' e erred'V-in>its full dress ;>uniforrh. Highwayv Patrol •"; ^ - r ' . • ' - L '-J, •' — -,*. . '-.-I- - ' -",-•' .. -. firemen in Gaiifornia led in the cor- - . ' ment : would profits .-' excessive - '. •::.:Pallbeiarers-,--.-. -.' "..• •; • •. ..-~- -..•-'-- - -.- -'''.'-. •'---- Panbearers included HV E. Wood- After askingf about the ^alleged payment of $11,000 -to former^ Repi*e- sentative GoUips' ;:ca:mpagn manager: after CplHn^-.lost; his.;, bid for'a:\£ehator|al/~hbmJnatioji>ixi;:.1942 T: Ferguson;queried:' ; . : :. -_-'.'•' '••"'*':•]•• •'*• ':. : "Hovr did you get around the Mi?i sissippi .corrupt practices act? You .•^« « <•« • ' --—--— ^-- —-^ •• -^ •• • " ™ -»— - -^ ^,f H » m ^ m + H m^. r- ^ m*j ^ .^ «- ^_^ *f^ ^ «j- -u B ^ « {.tor-influence .-than to accomplish an .immediate, a'practical-and a real- its,ostensible-purpose, to force Pre-j jgtic program." *^«* 1 f* *v *_• <-v»^* 1^ «*T f* 4-^. >*A__J ^..^_ .. - - -' ^^ . ington for consultations. Byrnes said, however, that Me*;- sersmlth's trip was not conoorniMi with Aj-gentina's compliance or noncompliance . with inter-America n commitments. mier Yoshida to resign. ; As anticipated, the r majority in the tives defeated panying resol A state department -spokesman said Monday that Messorsmith hn.i not been asked to return. But ; Byrnes said he had asked Mosser- Apparently referring to the top, m t - - h re t dlscuss „ overnment I « ; said: 1 "We A A1 ,. if , , , . - acArthur- himself drove through , ^- e mu ^ ave -accepted the duty and proceed promptly -to Us ful- — -._ jfcm * * ^^ ^*^ * ^^ I ^"^ • ^^ j -• ^ • j »' ^-f * ™ ^* f- *" " the crowds x>f demonstrators at the.j fuiment. we believe, and our work with South America in genera! In which the. secretary wished his advice. Fdrgy, James ..Day Walter Kane;; ,H bearers seph '.. Ivv v ; Smith,:;; Frank. Stockton, ; Howell,; JosephVlJiGiorgio Quired to report its expenditures. General Ktizma Derevyanko, Soviet member of the four-power Allied "Informal" -groups:, were -exempt. •»"""« «*• L " c iuui-!«,»« A ««u ha UQTH•-:.-:' .::>'. " : , 'council for Japan. He was afoot and e said.. ."What good:,: 1s the: state : law •: then?" asked "Ferguson. I ' V - - • ^^ ., -• i in civilian clothes. 1 'of-atomic.energy." If we are able to; solve that vast problem, the others! iwill come easier." : } Confessed Arsonist - * V - .1 '- I J. -. \ ..*- I. - i :>;'Thev;furieralvprbce'ssioh" moved"'-un- i - -- ,,-.-,• . "' -, - . . [ derjtliefcplcl gray, December sky! to [the greenswept; : lawri:-of^Um etery /where;.'; a ; y ^net^cerempny^was conducted by/thie'Kevererid Mr. Cox ^1 -'-'* n * "T^I" H^ J : befpre^the dbor: maiispieumg: There• :; ttie^ema.in's i ly&^j-;j^yfaQTW^^^& en;pf;V ^the^ovelyl^str ucture'; 1 were left bariked ; witfe 'flowers.; .;\... : •:; ,^ - ; tHe "perpetual Mre section^ ' that 'the ;pufc>lisher;fhelped^ to create ahd care ^prVtjHtrouff^put/.ftie ^ea nv. ••=• V.'..; . /^' ^ Four -generktiohs' of the immediate n •• ^^^ i^ _ _-__ __•.eluding -Ihe^pubUaier's: widow; JMrs. .y irginia- ^Harrell; ; his aughter ,: Mrs. Bernice :Harriel Chipmari; grand- daug-hter • and • grandson-in-law, Mr. I- - :s, and his gre'a t-gr andcliildr en ; ."of;:, ; th e -.Fri .tits family;--c.vEynald :; -'.iHarreft^'- ; William Ghiprnan^ ^arid; Vi^inia :: Ann,; .Surviy- ing Him;;also;.-are^_hia:sistersV 'Mrsl Bwight B.;|Iuhtley; and Mrs. -William A. po^,^6tlv;pf Oakland/ and Mrs. "' ~ « -«-- *y- •• of .Hollywood. • , - - gr;:/.the ;; ...trbutes : ; paid- : to Mr. HarreU:^aa : k; .public •memorial pro^ •igr^-::\fcrp^^'si\:;irbm;/'KA-FY on ^Monday;:;eyeriing^ : \vhile they body ^as lying in; state; at v Doughty-Cal- .•Ii.bun : p;M^^Shg:pei;---,.Ctiief.--Qpieaker I on the;prograrri was! Mr. Crites/ life- j long ; friend ; ot:the deceased -who paid :}^ribute;'ftp';! hini as r :"the man who j^has : : donf3-;the >most for Kern.;ccunty thrpu^tibut the --years and : , a^ great citizen : ;asr ; weU;^as-^ great and : good man. -;.,•;..• '-^-••'•.:•• •'.- -..:-.-•'.,-:••"-"/-••-' -. - ,.-• •,-•.•. Mr. HarrelVs years^pr editorship; pit n : ; i3eyoted-to the up- _,, . The American proposal, stressing j The demonstration was organized international controls and • inspeo ! ^RESXO. Dec. 17. <UW—A psytrhla- tions, .was turned .down flatly by j tnst wlU bp tllp prir.oipul ical expenditures .; and;^cdntribu, J_\ n ILlqL-_l-> .tions.)"- ;•-'•,:..-... , /-r-';-. ;;; :/ ;.y>, -;-;v. -Ferguson.:. suggested,; "thousands .of informal committees could be:,set up and spend hundreds of . ; t.hjousitt|ids of dollars'- un<3er Jackson V-*- ideri. 'of the state law.? - - •'-•••- .:.^"i'-V.j-.^/o;-; - 'Andrei. A. Gromyko of Russia last I wUmVss late this afternoon when j Nrg-mary hearing is n'sumud here ? r .assembly sessions, however. Soviet [ for ^hvanl Wayno Rogers. 19-year- unions. all identified by flags and Foreign Minister V. M. Moiotov old Oregon State Mental Hospital summer. During the recent general > ••*•<-. banners. TO B&EAK RECORD PALO Alro, Dec. 17. (UP* agreed "to international inspections and controls, which would f operate Outside.the controversial veto hur within the framework of the secur- S tan ford ^University's record enroll-; ity council. *^^ n»*4- f^P ^Ol'^Of-,**.^!*^*^^,. ...:il 1__ *_ L _ _1' - TJ '_..._•_ - '"That's right/' -.-- the '£ lawyer - re- : meilt ol 7238|students will be broken plied. '-,.•' -:••: •"•• '"•"•', • . •- -"• .'•'- '-' - " :/ •'•>•:-" . -v . ! ; -a-gain when the"' winter quarter Before today's^ session started j opens January 6, according to an an- Senator. Bilbo '. told reporters hg di(M nounceinent :from H. Donald "Win- not plan -to answer tesUmonisntil it was completed, ' including thilL of j his former secretary. : Edward ,B. 1 s i - - . - . *'"..''' - • registrar. escapee who hits admitted fires that caused $20,000,000 damage in the United States and Canada. Rogers is charged with threo counts of arson for a $15,000,000- It remains to be seen whether, in United States bonded . liciuor war«the light of .the development, Gro- house fire and two packing house- myko now would accept the Baruch blaxes in Krpsno county; Night plan, seek, to amend it, or again in- j "Watchman Fred Puchs was hnrneci sist nn his "own proposal. j to death in one of the latter blazes. : When he does testify/7Bilrjo ; will have a chance toi tell his side.of the story of his- relations w r ith a : dozen war contractors \yhb:, r -,'-.' ;V ;: <: ; ; : 1. Lent .him* money; '; .. : --..•;;'-'•••: ;,/.;-.-. 2» '-Bought hini^ a\car:r., /,^'\ : > :_ 3. Dug him ;a^lake : arid, ",:;;' -- 4. Chipped: in;- rnore;>thanr$30 f bdQ; for.;his futile campaign to.;elect ^Vall Doxey to the- United States Senate •*. * h •_ - •-1 . ;yitaI" ; causes^th?Lt Deeded: vision; and fbrce ; ;^f v':" character-.-:, that- v the ": pub- Taring , them to • * • - - Fireplace Matched Sets The Kern cpunty merit system will swing into full : stride afternoon when four ^applicants for the matron women /prisoners .of "— '^ • Screen Brass Trim each $9.95 T -' ~ ' - • • • . • Andirons Brass Trim $13.95 i . - 1 - . ' • - • V Fire Set Brass Trim $12.95 Complete Kern county jail :tako : eXainina.tions t County Expert Vance V. ; Yehables 1 •. • • . - _m -- . „ 5aid today. '.'-.v. : ' - : ^ i :/' : i\-^/'^\- '.'•;.;•'-: The state-prepared tests,scheduied to commence at 2' : p. m; : at th^.Bak-, i ersfield city fire department building, Twenty-first and H streets. ;": t tests will be given under^^supervision f and will be followed byi an/.oral am!nation,H : was explained: /:f .1 T our ^.- our^cbat auce bur \vlntet-(coat; • j i K • ^ • ay YOU t arinest ors ' • * -,• on--..-:?.,:>, -- ^, feially tt\cx*t- '. - -•'_-• " L ' - * " sea^bii! -• r L,l -Is. ':i i 4 * H . -^ic.. 9f. i.^ TJ AND I PHONE COME ADDRESS Befe Still) _-- --.- • - - - : -- • i r- "RAJ? AND SEE THEM PACKED ' ' * ' • ^ .- • . . :• • :. . .,-. : - ...- . .;-. ; ,_.' -_.----.._ .<•_ V -• -,. . ,h ' I. - - •- - . ..^;^^ 1 J Our ? talk r Ifighly Polished' Brass. Height 20 inches r l - f l ^ • l * , •. ' •' F Highly Polish Brass. Height 20 inches "S 13 11 -SI r Hammered Brass. Height 17 inches L J \ n h Hammered Brass. I L Height 16 inches. * tm «t•' SO95 L j- Highly Polished Brass. 16 inches....™ 12 95 -- Hammered Brass. Height 18 inches...... $£95 - ' r.'T*i '• -i -l Phone *•'.: ••* *-. East '^,- Str^ei Sighs Shed •4337 •i- - - -. i .-.' ..• ». . •' • • - , •' - T'-. „ -i • •- .'„ - ,- •'•-•'-', ' -.-I?!-:- --- '-'-.'-"' '",'.. on >MonsinglDriyie •'-•»*" •"••- * '* -' ,•',„*-'•>, .>'••': •-.-,-:-.. ' Ranch • v - ir-'j r ,1 1. -I' J-I- - I ", ' I - i -I. U •r. • ' T' • .- • 1^*1 -. - ' — :--• - . -'•.*'--. f - -' - I IDEAt. GIFT PACKAGED ^Formerly Camera Eicbante 160S Bakersfield Cen Street Taft -r 4, V --r •* — • TOHIGH • .. - ; :---::^;.v:-.: -^^^••••.^^^,.>;?.£•; Don't: lie awake tossihgi; tumbllns anql get ;up ; in;; the^tnarniDgi;- worn out, exhausted: ; If-you dpVnot sleep well c , because : of • nervous :itehsibn;i nerves need r tfaietlng;; try; ^ SBDA^ TABS. Ingredients used ^byvJDoc^ tors. Use only -as 'directed. iSatis- factipn or money back; ^^ - . b -' "The RexalS Stor«" -15 Chester Phone 5-5019 J' - -1 - - X - Odd Fire Screens and Fire Sets.., - '- • i Fire Screen with i polished brass frame.-.-.; 11 95 - ,' - V * • Black Frame ..with'.. polished brass trim.-., l_ Fire Set in Brass , $ with poker, shovel, brush Fire Set in Hammered Brass with poker, shovel $A95 U • "+*—****•« • ;- FURNITURE T * Trade in Your I ' J Furniture on New JPh. 3-8541 Ph. 4-4982, BAKERSFIELD ISih and H Streets 1028 Bsksr Street 319 Center Street—TAFT—Phorse 96 • IF •i — 3 | +^ r f. r ri L ^ 'J -p. ^ •> h I * . i .,

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