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1 '. -' F" . K I -, ,. f r _ "I _ b L 1 n- -_ ^ F - 1 — F r _ f _ l L --^ » • • h j ' j . '- 1. '' JV. ' - - ' - - ---_:• - • i -r'-- •- - ^ • i r -K ' *H ^ -v. i. '..r ^December 17, 1946 -y _. ' f _ ^-'v Relaxation .Entertainment A I ll'"- r - NOW • <- i - - -. v I -Presents From the MOTION PICTURE HALL FAME r 7 ' r h reatest Role! F-i -.-a* -^ r L ^ • XX ^ 't L- , m *ts. f-y?-- y?&- His Dramatic \ Best! James HiEton' WEth George SANDE With PALMER r Tf Oft CHi ow Showi TW EAT HITS i ' ^ Public Request N IN ORE DAYS Then EDG 7-7111 Doors.''Open 6:15 ; TODAY! rotn the • Motion Picture > >.'•' Hall of Fame! BRUCE CABOT GtNETIERNEY ; ^CO-HIT' Adventure on the High JOHN-WAYNE BARRY FITZGERALD THOMAS MBTCHELL ALSrcTL ATEST N EWS tea Continuous batty From 1:30 W W i - -1 . — , . i Great Features Returned—Don't Miss •••---. -: .- •- , ..- .".:, '-. L - V-. • • JEAN COOPER • - . - ' In Cecil ARTHUR r l , DeMiiie's •AND—' :' x.'K- •• '•"-•• ; Henry Fonda, Chas, Coburn, Barbara Stanwyck " -'" ; -" . • .•" .in - "•' ; •, • I - J nl ftttMM NOW "THE MOMSTER MAKER" "GfllL OF THE ROCKIES" Starts Tomorrow BARBARA" STANWYCK ; "THE BR5DE WORE BOOTS' 1 RICHARD ARLEN _ , "STORM OVER LISBON" ,.. f: '-I. ,':-'. 4- --I r. n ••<•; i. -w\ • -• >- ^.- -*"• .^^.'^VJ :' . .1- •''• '-_V{_ . - 1 j _ .1 .:*..' , t - "\ ' • : •• • f.". ^* ' r ' . :. :-*f. .r/ .'.! If ' ' Open ;Dai 12 Noon - r_l '->!'* Starting Tomorrow <'• JOAN FONTAI DAY RWARD Side LLfiR ' - -; Times Today 'UNDER NEVADA SKI '. b , ^. j HEGH SCHOOL HERO ii' ', ^ - I i • 1 -X.I -ir'-. K • h I"'-, -'- -•- - • r h * "- •*• t' -.- - -. "'H '. _ '- -r- - - - -• . —'..-- j 5" - b v 1 ' n _ .L l rj , (••III ~1~ NV.V.-A -d'-.-.-H • _n . • v . ^ . •,-,—V.v-.\ :•*-: -v £ n :t T&efod&s ..of.'the com- :i^vor ; :;of ;gmosfc^p^tienta; - providin g j ^tr^tmient^is'lvStarte^---in : tiie ^f>stity. • isfcage:'^^^ :afbrt6ri; : :^niv^ty:v'6f y (California ^---•^ : ^Scho6ij-Sgyriecciogist; ^ie- i . - '" . ' ' i J ' . L| :ervix t 'Handicapped person let his disability deter him ;from leading a infantry: veteran blinded; at;^assino. : .," Six 'feet; three-;iiehes::talL^aud weighing 2QO pounds, his : paw^rful •'pbysique'^abd'vOiiB^se^ touch resulting "from : ;'hi8\bimdWss^ chosen career of physical therapy., He^s ••sll<>wn^•TO4:?sagIng;•:JB < erd Nadherny, Yale halfback. about: cancer of .--•_•: -.-_.-.-' - ~. j \- — Is-^ihe"'. 'bp't-'l _... . . uterus;; ir^-jrv ^prii^v-.ybjj'rtg-v^^jpiii'eh'' ^-othenvlispiv 1 "^ :he^£h^V.t^c^ •i'!7^^:<)Ider;^vo^e^-ot: : l iiw.- s *«^ -^-- otlier:^ Affliction ;---^ivhicli|.v: { .v "y^^thc!:.; chance/!.; fbr j;) • •5^ are :tlv'e^^out;6f;foiur. These f^-i are the ;6dd3 wheh^the cancer is dis- by ; : covered 1 n its;iJrst;-s'tag§;j•: '-'•: :'; ';' • .'•>'' % '; ;f j"':-'.- :WV^hen:the\vcancer;is;:vvell aiongvin \:'-\ ; st e^ chaiices in all these j ,:?0-50. ;-^Vfchen the ma r { lmvlfep-:mpst:'> ; ".idvanced] age ^the^^dd^fa^e^greatlyv: against 24 NEW YOIJK T Tl>ec. 17. Air ;Reduction:; _...—. Juneau__.,.: _..~....... _Ma Chalmers „ _u.:..... SS'-ii in 'Can ; _ .;..^:. Si>'« American";-Car^ahd .Poundry...„„„„„,'' 4y 7 » Amerjcan .-Locomotive ;.... "?;..... -5 b # American Rad. ami StU.^ijian..^-..--JSH AraeHcan Rolline Mill _ ,-....;.-,:.:., 3->^ -. American"Siixeltlns: an} Ref M '•• Amerk-&h Tel, *fe .Tel :„...- 167-% . Ameritaa Tobacco B*' „ &'.' ** * ^- . -j ^ » ' ^ .— £ T* " •-**,!** v * J** n^l Jr I flt .tTCTcr « v->>* •• >-—*•.•- .-*«- ->.»^-.*v*-**q»— •" ' Armour and'~l.~Conipft.ny ,...„..,.„-, 14 .-.Mt-bisot).;; Topeka A Santa Fe,.v. &f Atlantic Refining 1 ;.;...,„, 34 Aviation. Corporation . fi Baldwin Loi-omt •Bendix Aviation „ Bethlehem Steel Boeins. Airplane Borden .„;..;.-,..-...-.„; '.., :Borff\W^l-ner .— "-Kr'ffffs Manufacturing ..CalffQrata !*a.ckir,8 Calumet fc-Heclu . j Krnnwo! Sfl -<* •-' t -* *^ y * * * ' * ^-*j*--*»-»-l, i .--p''--^«^™«^«-_».» m*i *•* C\ 1 I C £ J *b * » rli 1 _ r ., F ***_***»__.- lv itir >_ v . , r^t-f •>«_• ^ •* •* » *^ I * L • ^* * • » -»»»-'•-'•—•"--— — ^*''-— -*, — -H»»,H»f Jfc Kobliins y \Vard ,.. i -> *i i! *% " 1 National Biscuit «-_-. _ n t . . . l J * fe * * I •" , * * - l_ • •-.— **-.- b _ r . 14 »i ? o * , 1 4 ' : i ..„ ............. ..... ....,... ......... . ..... ; ....... _. ..... . 5"21 • V ,—- -r, ...„ ........ ; ..... ... .,.„ ...... ^., ................ „., ............ .......... .„„ 33 "I . -Canadian Pacific „. - ' <*"rt ttf, ,? f T T "1 cVierpflW: fi^tor^^/ll^Zl"™^ St*U ,, Celanese Corporaliun National Dairy V. National Distiller; I iii^i f p fi'^ji r O-lftlrl &.*?+« f.i . -... _„* ...._» -..,.». Xew York Centrnl,, Xorlh American Aviation.,.. Xonb Ameriran Xonhttrn Pacific Ohio Oil 'Pacific Ga* & EJeriric _ Packard 'Motors Pan"American Airway* Paramount I. * • - • - m. t m. r ^ - •-•¥-^»»^^ • T * v ^ 29--* mr I + »^ •- -M- ._IJ* Jh 4 jr * *• . «>~ Penney I v U **.; ^m I * H " I * - Philip Phillips Petroiruin 1'ublif: Servue uf N\ J P.ullnian n t_ J orin of America. _ , *»-»••-- r» h v n & I ^k 1 4r ^ * - b 4v t*^ .,».-• Chesapeake & Ohio. Chrysler ;.;„..,.. , Colsttte . Palm _ Columbia (Jas and Electric _ j 'Commercial Crrdft Commercial • '--ft 4U —« * ' i »* • , A S \ S - i' -C In *- bj.*P*44fe*">-^«*P h + -J ' ^ - If I L .. . I - ^ _ H f- '••WASHINGTON, Dec. 17; The agriculture department said to* - .- . \ - day that farmers produced their, biggest crop in history this year, top- pins' even the previous record out- l" PU r J !! 2 ?. 42 \ ,. " • i ; 'i bushels,/compared^ : In its final 1946 report, the depart- bl i s j ie ls last year: a ad -•" •- -*'i ••- - " • -.-*r record production jin 1942"and '7!per cent above last ye^r.^v / i •-'-. "Not only th^^jyantity but also the quality, of theiprops is outstand : ing." the departme ;:^Thea£V^ made -ago;;by;the : !iate :3>r;;^^ahk : W. Lynch. ^onV cancer, i He kept j of ,the hundreds, oi -cases of :ma)ignandy: corningisto -hisJattention | ,'a?i.rft t eji chor^and^resear>her at; thei medical school.:; - ; After his - death the I AVprk^ was continued under a me-, morial fund "established; in 'his name. _ The standa-rd -of treatment, Doctor .Morton;: reported, i permits surgery -alone:';iir only about 1 : of >very * 10 1 patients, the other 9 usually; receiving radium and; X-ray .treatments. - - . - • b» ' v -j .' '^ ^ _. ; - ':}*'-._.. - : : -- NEW U. N; HOME—A TeifphoiG . _.; - • .•:'.••.- '-..,- • . ' , _.-. . ..,, , . *,.---. —.,.-r 000 from John B.'Bocke-' feller, -Jr.; provided ;the^IJiiitedi;Xations wiUi a site on East River shore of micl-Xe\v York /Manhattan. ;;AeriiU photo shows site. J ' r ^* J r "^ Commonwealth Kdinon 3.1 •% .Comrponwealtli Southern ; 3 S4 Consolidated. Kdtaon » I 1 h h J isis in - • i HOI.LTAVOOD ; ;Dec, 17. Screen rough g-uy 'George! Raft's version of an .-encounter;: with .Aitbrhey Edward Ka I den in the apartment of' .•Actress Betty Doss, 19, wa^ disclosed today in ; a letter from city -attorney's; files.' 1 .-'- ' . ••.; •' --;/ • •:.' .;- ; - '.•:'-".. •" '. Raiden is supjg: the pprtrayer of film gangster roles; for $300,000.- al : Rlectrle I'mver & General Klectric -. Oenerjil" FocxlR ...; General Mo.tors ttnodrlch _.-.....-, .-. Goodrear ...: Northern HaUrotid jtftl. Corporation .. „ Horaestake "Mininc . Hn«d : *Heri)Iie> Jniernational Inrernfitinnnl Nle.kpl t'on il , ttr . , _ . , International Paper I sajd I hoped to. have that smile j -international-Tel. A Tel.... ""I was six feet underground :< omainer Corporation ,-.... ronlta.emal Q:l -De!...., .-.„ Cro\\Ti.Cbrk „...> „ Orown .Zellerbach ... Curtis* AVriglu I>ouKla8-Aircraft Dn Ppni de >"emour •-Ka«ern- Airlines Eastman Itodak . Auto Lite .. 40 3Q* 70 • * -Jfr --•T-b^PH>r»M*^J4^^ 4^1* ^ 1 VI • --*,,*, 4 in ReynoM* "Tobacco B..,. T1 1*1 £ ' 1 J < ^ ' 1 Sohealey DiMiM Spars, Roebucte r ShelI rnujn Six-ony Varmim Southern Southern Southern Sperry Corporation Standard /fir^nrt** Standard Oi! of i California Slamiartl Oii of Indiana . . Standard OS! of Xrw Jersey, SimlebnkiM' ; . Texas K JL V -YkL- A k ^A«L« . - • ^ !» ^ M's , s » « iv^b *-L4'« h » - i ' • - --- 14 , I - - • ^- 4 *V"_tn - 1 - * • - - . * •• '1 — >> • - 1 4 - * * - T A _ H -*«• At 4 - S 5S SB » •- . .• ^ fl » ^ * *• J»L' until John « ... -TV I nt said.vr : ,-" The cornVrop;totaled 3 t 2S7,927,o6o fwM;^880,933;060 -.u^previous rec-: ; - • • ' - ' . I -» -- —"--«'-— >T^ »^- v ft f. ^'^4- 4- k-V*^ V^ i-bb - JJ *• •»- 1 J V HO ' L "U_ \— j ment said, record yields of corn and (prd of 3,228,OOOiO,QO'.;-byshelsv;in- 3944, •with record or near-1 Wheat :p.roduciion : totaled 1,1-55,- I wheat, coupled - f f _.__.^._ .- — _ — ___ — -J L J^ - — — ' i • -i- -•—^ -.— ^ —-—.—,--— - - ^f ^f rm fc-«- •- ^ ^ « ^t « -^ *^ ^^ * I record harvests of many other.crops, j 7l5,00() :;; bushels; -This •compares with resulted in the largest production in 1,308,224,000; -buahjjls /last :year, .the " "storv. ' "-•" '• • P revi ous.record...!];•• : ./.:: --.- ; The"volume' of crop-production was The 1 194G.::yield:;-of;,other .major 26 per cent-.above the -1923-1932 aver- 9 r 9Pf. ,«'• »ushels,,compared with last - ' r ' ' - L TT- j- 1 ^ •*» *^ E* ***-•««• i*« <^ _3 . " - - «• ^* ^1 A _ _» J _ —"^- ^- . age, 2 ; per cent above the previous - - • ,~ year's revised .production:. • ---.-• • - , . .-'. - . '-I'..'.- -•--;- • '• •' . Comparison ^Giveii; ^ Oats l,509,S67;pOO, V: : l,535.676,&00; barley. 263>356;QpO;,: 266,333.000;: rye LOxnov T)PP 17 arpi TTnnfl i '^"'s that Eaft^his.bodyguard:Mack -MWete^Johd^ni^ev- S^onf (Kii3ei>) Gray ' Gray ' s ^ othe ^ Joe. ™^- e L^ n ^ a .l^n t0 ^.?° ] "; and Benny Platt:-worked hirn;.over/' mons;,today 7 : -that^ 36,000...tons of American, flour had been made available , for; purchase hy Great Britain,' in; addition -ftp r a" previous allocation of 68,000 tons of Avheat arid 16,000 tons ;of ;ptlier jerrairis. _ The , "United States also promised to -give-,railroad-priority -for the ' ^movement of additional quantities of; Canadian" wheat) \3trachey told s House. . . Benny The attorney said he was. negoUat- ing.-for return .of "love 'gifts", which Kaft.had reclaimed : from the actress when he was beaten up. ' / Denies Participation ;- Althoug-h Raft'denied participation in the affair and disclaimed acquaintance with Raiden; his filed statement told a different,-story. . < found "Miss: Doss. : Harry; Stein .anil told him that if he kept insist-, ing :1 : was 'jiot so. tough- 'he could come downstairs and settle it. "I .tried to escort him down and! lie leaped at me and scratched my * : face In several places with the nails']-IT! •of. his fingers. ; » J.AA . F"Separated by Gray ^ **Then-- Joe Gray, who was ing in my cur; came up and 1 sepa-j ranted us. But I went io..the bath-j room for some iorttne for my face | Transcnn. l*n!on ("a T'nlon <^ Pacific Airlines ,.. Vnlied Aircraft , Knltcrt <;orpr KniiwI f las Inn>. rnil»*d Staler Ku Tinted Stales Si Warner Kroihprs Western Air • - . -L . » « , m . I b T • M m L H Srt 19 H '. - A^.B»V«bA^^F«4' f *~ f ri r . • . If- » -• ' 4 ^ • v ' b h fr 4 1 • * " L ^. h % ^ ^ ^ . 1 - 1 - • > » • • - . - * ' - • - * " - - - 'I' - I f ± l q • 26 (7 '4 Stocks York j tuating si ^K^^' ^ ." TORK. Doc. 17. (UP)—The < Cotton Futures xr:\v voitK, •- IT. (/P>—fotton Into iH 1 w 1 (> w P roi m d (* for the drt.v' in th'c Cinal hour of irn<l- tntf on TiituSdation anci hfdffhifr. Tlv late part, of _tlip K^RSIOH \VB» featured by .\>\v OrlMiiis sellinK a.nd trade buyinK on the acftlp. down, jilonp with short rov^rtnir. Futures rloaed $'.'. to $4.7;* a half lower than •-Ins^. March 32.25® 32.40. Mn 31.75, July 30.J.5. October ^!7.-' and found Betty there." • [ main body of stocks fluctuated in "a Chief Waiter Gllm'an of the' sher-1 fractional area on lipht vohmae today iff's civil division said -Deputy j while a few special issues ranged George Stalgg: met Raft jit a Holly-j between a 4-point rlap in Johns-Man- ...T- t • . » . * h < 1 « . > * .. .- "It there; are .no further delays \ m transport, '.'these quantities, together with •: our,;, existfngr .supplies, should; just suffice: to avert a.v'erv' attorney." it said. • ;._^ . • -* 1 Boss was not in the room, but I late^-was to learn tha't she was in the. "Jhthroom. IS, 085, : 22,962,000. /Giro A L E • Ph 6 ri,e; 2 - 66 3 6 Box; Office; Opens 6:15. P.. M. ; Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday «- _ • _ j ^~ ^ Irene Dunn, Rex Harrison Linda Darnell in '- _ _ \ \ ._ F^S ; r; CO-HIT t ... ' EVELYN ANKERS CARLETON YOUNG in , , - ',._^ .'^ f *. ^~ ^~ T 1 ' ^ 1 34,557,000; I'icerTlyoiOiOOO, ^6^450,000; ..soybeans : -196;72o;oio;-^; J92,q76;'000; potatoes .:474,609,000,:: : V;"418,020,000; swept potatoes ,G6 t 807 f OOO r: : : ;G4,6G5.000. : The :1946 : f rtiit: crop aiso;.;was of 1 record .proportions^,. total;Vyield. of 'Carious; fruits; Compared with last year:, -•'.. ;. • . : -•''-; : .. -^~, ,;-- : .;:..-; :: r• ; ..-;-". ' .Goramercial apples'121,520,000 bushels. •68,042;0pp:-bushc1^p ! eaciies:- S6,- 448,000 .bushel, ,S1,564,0,00_:.bushels; pears, 34,488;Qqp.-./;bushels",.t 24,011,000 OOOtons; ••ch^rries-/;215 :1 OoS;;tons, ,14s!- QO Otons;-prunes'2^4,00jE» : ';toniB/234,000 ^L ^^ ^B^ w^ ••?*•. •• v L L ~ nL ^- said. Wadoaii to Re 'i The attoi hal e: ville preferred and a 2"^ point decline in American AVooIen preferred. Steels balanced off small gains and Mot fir* held around the pre- j 26,04, off Middling 33,40 nominal. wood . swimming- party last -night and talked him into a deal to accept a summons as defendant In.Raiden's suit, ".."• ' .Stafggf-. said -the sleek-haired ex-! v Jon a close. Rails were irrrgu'lar. j .. „ hoofer agreed to make himself and I Minor gains came into such leaders ! !:' l ..V or>I 1S ,-'V IIu ' ]t Foo< ' H - 3 -'-' : his ; three friends available for serv- aa American Telephone. American ' r ' !IZ( ' r ' s s: M *" niiscfl MftimfHriur _ i & San Francisco Stocks SAX FrtA.vcrsco. DPU. JT. upt—M f-Kfl, 1G?4: rulamha Stisar, 5'a; i';t ra*-, 0 s *: California Cnatnt. 11; Centra) irfka, .SO: i.'nlorailo Furl Iron. U % ; •ea_»ierifip of Arnericit. 23U; Didiorgiu S: - m State pfd., ;13' s : Honolulu oom. _ . -. ; his ; three friends available for serv- aa American Telephone. American .v»",nmi\\Vtn Fib-ri? ^""^NHronHi r^i'v •ney : 'said he .-n-as suing j ice .at a ^ secret'meeting today. He I Can, International Harvester, Texas J^UPP. *H;" Xor'ih Ameriran* 'inve,ttm?nt r,-»i a million., I. smHe'd and i insisted that no newspapermen be .Company and AVesiern t : nion A jM-.pfd.. ::.; North Amerfcnn oil. i-s'i; he shouldiVt makeTmei.present, the-deputy- said. ' "Mercantile, shares generally deJ I^im^'p,^^ 11 '^^- p^ft "« •hy not sue for a'mlllion "VVhen served with the summons, I clined under the lead of Gimbel * Kiectrir p mt, pfii.. ^i 7 *; Rovm\i*r grave emergency -'.which '.'we foresaw ,. for : ;the end; or January/' ^trachey me ,:°J „ , , -.. _.:-,:,"-""; - • . ' i, "^"" "-" ' .* implied that he shouldn,,t make ,me -present, the deputy said. Mercantile shares generally do-i * Kk.-mo cheap, and why not sue for a/mlllion "VVhen served with the summons, I clined under the lead of Gimbel I A ' • - - . i '-''.,- ' - - J -_-.--*' i ! or two. .iaiun} *>;iien servea wnn me summons, i ciineu unaer me lean ot (.umbel | * Kiectrir r- mt. pfi ;; {Raft must appear wi.thin 30 days to Brothers which lost more than 2 j |![||v 3: 'j., Se: ; ui< i 1 w £ i ' H'rtll I arie«*«»l* th*» al'tif "C\MH* t-i iVkrmnnn o n^itlta ROQ+- tin/I /~ f firt<.nnr\ir n-nA It t .^ „ * !^. ' '' *'_ ' •- )1 'in(»rn 1! r. ^ ^. ' • v urnament points. B?st.and Company and Mont- j s gomcry "\Vard lost more than a ppim ' "The attorney answered,:'can--you t answer the suit. Four subpoenas stand it?' •-'---.;.'-".--.- ' : :.."'•••"-;"'' , : • '' " : 1 issued for the' actor and his four „ . .. * •• 'r -n. B \ .f l ~ - l f ^ W L . : "I ; t told him T. could;:, stan^i any-; co-defendants; would require them to f each while."WooK.~ „., MV .... thing: and he said, 'you ;won'L. have j.appear December 30 at the office.) point. This .group, recently strong .that smile :on your,face when I get j of .Raidon's attorney to prepare on high holiday sates, reacted to real- J- - _ n __'_L^*^^^-"l * \ li> down ao\\n " lfi Wr ' l?r nf 'arifir. C3: Southern Pacific, Piandard Oil of Callfomiw. - -» *, ;> i ** 19'a: Trnnpamerira. H *4 ; through with you. -I depositions. tons. -• CARTOON NEWS j. The yield of :citrus;fruits; also con- SUnued'a "steady; increase/,>The: orange j crop -; totaled; :125.4;30,OQO ;;boxe^ cbm- ] pared with;VlQ4;520,gqo;last-year;;The grapefruit-'crop wefs j "67,320,000 bbxe« f 'II 1T ^'^j- r ' ^^ f ^^ ^^ ** ~ - ^*T *•• J » ^q" ^^v against G3;550,00qoa;'year:;ago. •;., \; — • — — ^_ ^^^^^^ _ * ' i -^ i i Box Office bpens.'6:16 P.; M; Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Corne: Wilde, Jean Grain and Ail-Star Cast in CENTE CARTOON NEWS I:'- * •• Lr i L ^__. L \ Box Office Opens 6:15 P. M. : " "- •: - •-: - :----. -. . . ../' •:-.-. •"."- j , , Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Irene Dunne, Rex Harrison Linda Darnell in KBNGOF ri _ 1 OIU>AI;E IR CHICKEN Regular Dinner - ' - ~ ' '* - ' ' - frohx 10 o night Supp ICKE en Suntner Stree PRIZE Admissio Inc T ^ : PASADENAi:Bec. 17. U 1 )—Blonde, ] • iS-year-old; •-.;;Norma " ; Christopher, \ Ijorn^in . LpVelari'd,' Golo..,; will reign i as..queen of .Pasadena's' tournament! Of roses an : d as the Official "hostess.) at the r New Year's;Day football game I in the Rose Bowl between the Uni-| yersity of Illinois and .U. C. L; A. j ;.'.; ;She was/selected Monday after, an j elimination process-from scores of •••-... Pasadena Junior College co-eds. She .FASHINGTOX Dec.16 Z—Harold \yeighs' 113;: .'.pounds, r -{s :- 5 feet, ^,4 ,-E. Stassen, former Minnesota gov- inches tall,' has, a: 24-inch: waist, 36-'! ernor, announced "today he is a can-" inch hips.. : and a. 34.inch. bust. ; j didate .for the : Republican presided ;tial nomination in 194$. , r . Stassen '' made his announcement at:a. EWS conference shortly .after j Senator Arthur Vandenberg of Michigan, also; considered a; poFsiJale G-. ;0. P. choice .two years^;hencei told • reporters"he was "not. a^cahdi- date for the nomination." "•!••'•>' ; '---.'-;. i • . - . . i ' . Stassen asserted he 'realized it-was^ "•/~* * 1 J -T"~M Girl to Fly 10,488 Miles t eration i 2 AlJTTil Bll Cupper. 39 <i;. AU'hi«im, STS: Baldwin' Loromotive. 20 s i ; & izlng sales. ,G, H. Kinney (shoe -stores) 1 - preferred stock rose 3 points. General j minguez OIL 22 'i; Mataon Xavljratinn. Steel Casting's preferred was ii-pi;.^ ^''""ftt ntHiiUer*. 22; x# w York more than 2 and gains of more than \^i*l^ £'1^'^ nid/i" KV»!s! appoint each wei-e notfd in Fairbanks '-*' 1 *: Stud*>haki»r. 20:= Swift & Company,Morse, and "Slengel Corporation, i oVerai^'T'T'" petroieum pfd - ( 3 ^ : Will i'^ t". S. t Rubber. Standard Gas $7 pre- ;eraan< - 3 - f erred, Liquid Carbonic, and Radio preferred rose a point each, i Low-priced issues like Commonwealth fj" ad8 - A 8c . ^^^^^P-^^B^HI*^H^^i^H^lflB ' I * •"''.-. and United Corporation were fairly ! B -SAX-.-lTRAXClSCO, Dec. 17. (UP.)— | active. j Can,ii«,i A' 35-year-old Australian girl, Her Tax-selling 1 lightened somewhat but i ^' m ^"^ -life'eridangrered by a nail in her right -It "was of sufficient scope to prevent ! #£«c; int lung, will be brought across the Pa-1 The market from reg-isterinK.au ad- j £'"•* """ operation in ajvance.' There was little in the news ] OHH^' JJJi^or mas • sift flight [ to sway prices. Poultry, Butter and Eggs AfiELBS. !V«. "IT. (UB— E»«»! ciinpumcr irrarlo: mwlium ffrfitlp A wade A 4«if43c. .large cmda T,a rce T-Of;'74r. -. rarinn.s 62 56 % fiTf, car- A, i-aflM 54 ;* tn :ofri ;i'i-. -\ A ('-•«*.«; • »»1. * • • *,^ f O f f m l. mf-} f f .m ^ ft * *1 ' J * J \ t <•: HUM!him rurtniiH . arriving • in this country Devem- ber 25; "Australian embassy "officials in ^^ L ^"VX'ftshinsrton were cutting' red tape 1 today-tp permit an .Australian National Airways .plane to disembark Nap es Strike '"unorthodox", to become, an'avowed;.; Shirley Skinner and her mother at candidate so faiv in advance of; the j, Oakland instead of continuing to nomiriating convention. He a^ded j A'apcouver, B. C. ( as .passengers on he had "held-.off-announcing it until the line ordinarily muse do because f B.. C.IUF-S 454/-iiO(, cru'lons A.\ TTi/ S,V. -nifriitnn j T4o; larjrt* Kfiule A 65fi77i-, ni.-riiini) TJc, small -in^.ific; ini- Kn j- r .iiji» B r>4 1 Poultry: Broil*™ 2-.1 U:^, ;uui under Vft.' 2-3 Ibs. 31 1 '(> .t 7 e, .1-4 !hs. roasters, 4 lh.«. and over H l f m fctwl, 36^4ftt:; ducti** ^7 37r; 3S after; last month's -'-elections'.' He, said he would open a .Washington office with Earl E; Hart, former "~££ transportation from Melbourne _ ^ —_ _» _. ^ ^^ ^ _ _ _ J. ^_ r . T' _ _ —- i T _ __•- TT_ . . _ 1 *J1 T "f T"fc . ' i . ' of airline and immigration restrictions. secretary to Justice; Harold H. Burton of the Supreme Court, as .his personal secretary- Stamen commented it was his pur-: pose to do all in his power to "move the Repubfean party along the path of true 'liberalism"; ;and .that, he would co-operate to tha,t end with the Republican majorities in the jSenate and House. . NAPLES, Dec. 17. (UP)—Hundreds of thousands of workers in Naples and Naples province began a general strike I todaj^ to protest food tondi- f M ^ turkeys. hens 4 youns toina "Bultpr Oobhinfr prices): Grad* AA SSc. grade A 85®S8c. jjrude B Si!?)!!3c, Los AngeSes Produce Uons. to Sydney, from Sydney across the, _. : _ . , . , _ . . Pacific to Oakland and f mm Oak- J 1 ^! £°" fe ? erati( ^P of ^ Labor, - which -called the strike, said it was REAL BIRD3IEN . t SEATTLE,- Dec.fl7. (^Rr^-At least | thre.e Northwest .Airlines ; pilots are '' appropriatefy. named for -"their/ • - r .,,.'-- - . - land to Temple-t^iverFity, Philadel-' ) snicn 7 aiien u ? e sl » K « phia, ia beinjr paid for by Australian j m, protest against hi* National Airways. A sympathetic'! ^ ndt poor distribution Australian public raised more than 13000 for other expenses. n Naplas. n-reported constant agritatiori ANCJRLKS. Dw. 17. OJ~V—Tradlnx In fruK* and v^s^sables wn.-* licht today - Av4cad(w:_ Ki:ertw L'0^2J 1: Ih.; flats. I upne» J.l'?/' 3. 2. r i; l J uMiE»jf J_.1'5 -a 2.50. •Caulif Jower: Lota!, lettuce er.nra un- Rh-food prices -50®^" ***™ cl pony crilles ' ^ th " n " Cabbage: T,oml, rannnnhall. ernt^s J3_.^n ®2; red cabbaje. ioca! and northern $3.1(0 <f?'4. J-ettuce: Dry nark, 4 rto*. Yuma. Blyihe ^ ^mm ™ ^""^ of 'food tn uuu ior oiner expenses. - , • " r . .. ;. -c,™--,™ , j^nure: nry nar*c, t 002, vunia. Klythe t)r., Chevalier Jaclcson is to per-1 foi *^ ore food while there wa.< labor Umi. imj^a! vaiiey I2.?r,«{-2.5o : Santa *;.{ agitation in Genoa 10 freeze food Wiiria $~-yOfc i. <t>: inrai. .1 doi. 11. e '• rii'irp* at \lhp 'nprpmhpv 1° IPVP! tn "omatop;-;: impr-r-lal vnU^y, crnif-w 9x12 wer -P f "i, C •• Ue " n } De 1 - , AeI t0 f f 'J>« W.50ffT4: Mexico, lima 6x6 JUi 4.5ft; * F**mmf*.,•*+**. II • K^ —» ^_ —...__ 1 1^1__1_ ..__t 1 . f, —. r - " " * T form the operation, to remove nail embedded in the right lower j! fession. ' ! The names: Thrush. I j Russell Bird and Lawrence, Pigeon, i i ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^_.^^_^^ — •• — ~ •:- .-...- Bakersffeid cd-Hm " , . -- • - L • •/,,,. FRANCSS LEDERER GAIL PATRICK in S , 1 CARTOON FOR COURTECiUSj SERVICE EXCELLENT FppPSEi?VEp FAMILY STYLE VISIT/TH CIRCLE-" ^ "f- ' - - '••..: Chicken Better 'Served (Witb^ -.:-- j ----- _ Meals) Dinners GANA Tuesday e dnesa a OH Wit Parker Ccokst Color. Cartoon 1TH FEATH Kern unty Most Uniqua Theater ELD Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Dick Haymes Jean Grain STATE FA! James Sheila Ryan a rib ean :Teteran;Son^ Ravioli, Spaghetti and Complete pinneire Available tft Take Out TP BANQUETS - Dining Room Available for Private Parties ,on ^Mondays njll ^ _l- • _• _-^_lfc _|_^A ^ T ^» 3 70S Eighteenth Street _^^ '"^ -I U. _l_ll_ t- ^ \ I** • I Phoite 3 -3316 - r . '-., - johe-of her lung- since she was 2. Her., condition recently hecame critical ei * atlons * J ta<lin''Australia reported Decem- 2-that'.her life .".hangs in tlfe .balance for want of 800 pounds ] !($3600).. to" pay .for the trip 10 the! United .States. Enough money since "has heen raised. - - * . ••'With her mother." Mrs. ~\T. E. Skin- i •ner, Shirley is scheduled to leave! rJSydney at 8 p. m. Sunday <*! a. m, j ^Pacific 'standard time) and is due''at i - T * d * Oakland Airport at 11:30 a. m. Christmas Day. forestall increased black market op on Divorce Makes Complications San Dip-?-- rnunty, loriil and northern 3-laypr IUIJH -5x5 ;UK! 5xfi $2Tf^,>0. *>0-Ih. sn* k>\ : WhHfi Summer. San Diepo rouniy and *,'oKLhp[|« v;ill<*y t !UKK SS^S.SO; Julian, Iiupprial wMI^y. Han Dltiffn rouniy find ','O;H h^lht valley. hiu« t S3$2,25; Tcllo\v Trooknerk, Imi^nal val» ! ley and San Dipgo -jaunty. Thousands of "\Vesr Virginians ! k many of them likely remarried—l* 1 **™ 1 L- J Los Angeles Livestock TjOS ANf?KLKS t T)w t 17. Va., T>-eo. 17. i^jV* clnsff** f steady; ** ** _. '' Names New j . n ^ Advertising Manager today faced nf OI irje .dlum to Kami - i . their divorce decrees challenged: by | -J1T.75; fitte former spouses; Circuit Judge John "\\ ners"rtown to to n • "- i 10 to medium b*^t h'rld ahnv«* vm\* Jl 4 fa 17 ; onp coHiinon 3 : medium i.i.5»: «:an- "Circuit Judge ,Tohn IV. Hereford [ n caH-« 1) ° unsMahT 1 5^'" ^v-" Umiy j r est era ay declared invalid a 'divorce Uteady; medium to rhn;M< *>ia-jshtfr caivea granted Vivian L. Holliday from Ar- *17^M9.*5; ton Mnmiay 5in. i thnr HnlHdnv' hpoaiiRp tria] \va<» hphl :Ho^a aaJable unit; slow. 2Tit- to 50c lower; j tnur ±iotiioay,pecau8e tnai -\\aa neiti m ^ ium ro Kft0(i ir K( . Mn u^. j•»r> :,oe. ft before the required one rr\onth*s wait i top $24.50: crtmmr.n,<in KOO<I smv^ $is.-e?;i. nftpr. filinff-"nf - th*» nprtrfnn ! 'Sbeeo ca1 able •""ffti! f-: Taw com! hoMnVftr Located Fresnis Ighway V HAM dale Frosted ^^M ' < -1 Foo Locker ftobarts Phone Cafe Cocktail 920 etti Street Private Roams DIN ROOM Open COCKTA LOUNGE day* Noon iiiius and Susie or you who ^ride yourself oi_ _ wra careful about/your : body giene' Get this great 4eodbrant discovery now, introduced locally.; ; the Humidor •Zack'wtfc'Magic "Circle.. to keep yp,uf deodorant supef^ cre_amy, super^ffeaiye, always. -It's yours with new: Arrid, th'e only; deodorant diat; protects' you so well these 3 important ways! > - . - - J . - ^ »•";". Thomas "Watts, .former newspaper ^reporter and advertising man from -Benton Harbor, -Mich., .will become] advertising: manager for "We'll s De-V Apartment Store; effective the first of I.thft-ma-tunnff ,of rules is void." -TK j ( l • • t r :;the year, it was announced today. ' ;He .will succeed"" Sirs. ~ Barbara before the required one month's waft j top $24.50: after filiny of, the petition. The woman's attorney, Thomas "West, declared "under .ludge Hereford's opinion, any case in which a divorce decree was granted without who was occupied 'the | :posiiion/jfpr. nearly three vcars. i . T • ' L ; Mr. Watts is married and lias a | 7*mqnth's-old daughter, Shannon. Hi* wife,, the former Patricia Curtis, is the daughter of Frank Curtis, deputy collector of internal -revenue here. Breakfast Meetings Planned by Y's Men ewe» steady at *8.,Vi ; good to choice-Umbs to around Loas Angeles Stocks LOS ANGELES, net-. J.T. OF;—BandinS Petroleum. n a « ; Klue Diamond Corporation. 8''a; Bolsa Ch;r-a Oil A, f» Tj ; Ki-oarl* way DeKarlment Stores <-om.. H-;: t.;hrys r Corporatinn. - Roland'Greehe, president--of T T s The; Watts resldet at 3312 Pioneer Men^v Club/announced today that! -M- ._ Drive. . Arrid really protects yeo *rem other*JlS T o;dcher .;"only; Airrid. stdps : :perspiration : and odor : :ao;effectively yet so safely, v ' ,- ^; D 2 V Arrid reai'y protects your clothes. Stops perspiration so prerents 4 ^ ^^^H.KA .• i ^^ j ^^ ^ L L *™ . ^ ^t^ • A ^_ -^ — '' - nWT _^ ^ - A ' - "+ ' • v ' * - "-' . ^ r » •T L *. com.. 27%: Exeter Oil A, Mr.; ? Krazer, -R'i: l.iin-oln P'-MroI^um, l.::0: nasco Mnnucacturirtc: Nonhiop. -" *i field Oil warrant*. '« ; Sisnal Peiroie'um nf California. 1.00: Snmhprn f.';i!if'jrn:a t Kdison rom., ?,?. "« ; Standard Oil of C*Ii} fornia, 57 3 »; Transamerk-a, l-l!*. Los Angeles Cash Grain LOS ANGELES, Dfc. K. OP/— Prices are cwt.. field run, in-en riots only. 1 hard or «ofi white wheat, hulk S.fiO, Cradins harl*»y. 45 Ihj*. 5&3.05. No. 2 ftasiern '"-fitH, 3? stans. Wins in Seal Harm Institute? of to Fabrics." -• - " •-•-. . • •-,•, ;*-.-*.. [J 3. Arrtd is really safe lor your skin. ."Arrid is non-irritating," Used fay many leading skin " J ^""^ "" ^^ + 7 ' "~ tf ^F^^i^^ ^» doctors and nurses. Antiseptic: Gentte. Use "Nfagic Circl^ Humidor Pack to ; Three members of the 'BakersfieTd'l •Exchange Club wiU :^ttehcl the new :Mojave Exchange Club's ChristmaK part.^ Thursday night to which ladies have "been invited. ;/; They are B.'•'Wfllls Weekes. mem-] her of .the state ^oard of control for? .Exchange clubs; Joseph Wooldridge.4 district Exchange Club governor.'and ' Bert;Kraschei, vice-president of the after ;the,first of next year the club would meet* weekly at a breakfast instead of the usual evening dinner hull"fal'so® S.Sf), NO. 2 ypiicw'corn mePting. ..'-'.-. , '. . - . , ?2.5§2.S5. No. 2 milo. CalifnVnia. ; .The meetinip will be held at 6:45 li'H* 2 '™' Xo * 5 mil °' a. in. on "vVredhe.sdays in Hotel £1 Te- j -"' ion, he said. The change was made j so more,members could attend the' meetings." hulk hulk Army; WM Conf ei ir Bases Dow»Jones Averages NEW TORK. tt-r. 1 T. " (UP>—Cto»in< •Jrines avf-rasps: Jndustnat, 174.*7, nft 0.38; railroad 51.«2. off i'.6^; utility 37.11, Off 0.16: S5 KirnkR *U.1S. off P.-I, Smok salwt totalM 1.020.000 shar"-s r-y m - parfd with l.OOft.GQft ywfrday, Purh atnrrk volume amour?i<!i{! to 320.000 Rh.irpR again*! .170,000. Biar hoanj bond doahngs were »4,230,000 against Don't be half safe, be to be sure: All Arrid here \has t " Victim Disposition of several San Joaquin _ _ _ • ^ ^ ^ Los Angeles Kay LOS ANGELES. D»c. 17. U. S. Xo. 1, J39@40; L-. S. Alfalfa; 2 leafy. .Magic Circlet,is dearly marked "Humi- K " - — • " ^- - A _. ^^b - -• »T. - • * ^. •" - . -L- - _. f. ' ^ •h V .-. rch SERV Room Hmeleenth Streeis . I I - I L L . L- ' ' mageSuit . - -. W'.. ., - ,— , , , • * .— *^"- - ««sw^i. varam nay; .so. L D valley array air bases, including tbeUacess; No. i oatn. $45^47. cariot facilities at Kern Countj' Airport, i vaia " 21 wheat. 7 ban*?, is corn. 2 oat«. ( will; : be-discussed at a meeting of [J .S«ii 2 "?'hay 5 fl ° Ur ' J bra "' X fihorw> I army: officials and representatives of 'the "War;Assets Administration at .Freario^ this: week. ! NEW YORK. D?C IT. Disposition'Of the buildings at the i E rit ',' :se . of «»!;•* «*nm*nt bonds on the airport at Porterv-ille, al BO will be?« rfc --^" k Exchaase: Treawry: 2?u. SI- discussed. ' • Hand Carv«l ( M 31ie I^eai Christmas Gift ^ l " f _ r Wallets, belts : shown: in ;horae. Call H.V-R; X< T-T901 for: appointiuent. .. - i L * . .. "- ' - . . • -• ; ' • H -I r i ,.LA second .suit was filed in Superior .;.Court by: the firm of Schmidt and; CataJano for Grace Hamm who Government Bonds TH GAMT? men were an'ested Los Angeles Citrus X0S .ANGELES. Dec. 17. (.£>>—Oranges and . Jemoris were steady today in 'local and ; sales of lt»» than cai CT - , '/. ~;-^ , ~ _.-,..-.. *«- «,^..o.- ; iney are vjnris JvionzaJWi 1208 Twen-1 fjege^ : the; f .acadent---:occarred- while: tje^h street, an.d-3.oe Martriaga 1224^ jthe ,bus . was; travelmg on Baker j Tx^ntietl? street; Dei^tiv/George i .—--.and..is-asking.-S2000 damages! Martin and Officer Elmer Anderson :he transit company. i preferred,the charges. SoM ." ^-' H- -*' - at» aiu-iifMi in -New York freight, 4113 Emperors, 450 Almerias, $6.62; 1134,' filbiers, $3.71. • • •_ f L ' ^' 't- -' \ i i- .1 i . '- - ri "I- . - •' I'', -. I '1 . L - L J.I.I '. T r - ,v - h ' • - - - . '. -" •. P - I " - n -H -• t L •" L -«'--.-- *. 1 ' ^.: h. n b- l ^ ^ '* - I' .-u .'i 1 - -•• '. •

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