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For Sal Improved Farms For Sal Automobiles For Sal Automobiles 6700 ACRES, with good house, barns, corrals and 22 miles fence. Year around grazing. Plenty water. Will handle around 400 head. All equipment including 2 tractors, harvester, truck, scales, squeezing pen, farm machinery, etc. goes with ranch. This ranch is well located and worth the money. Phone us for price, terms and further information. Owner will consider 80 acres improved land for part. RICHARDSON & SIDDALL 205 Hopkins Building Office Phone 7-7031 Evenings Phone 6-6398 or 3-04 2 2 SO ACRES— About 16 acres In new al- faUa. Patch of com, family orchard. erapea, large burn anrl corrals, hoUBo, Bhop building:, chicken and pens, one • span mules, Implements and just A comfot table old country _ houae. Klwood'a. 1923 "Eye." _ 1440 ACRES semi-mountain hog and cattle ranch. 840 acres of farm land, balance grazing. Very good improvements, best one-man hog and cattle set-up In California. 415 ACRES of good vegetable or potato land. Subject to leaae. Will pay 12 per cent on Investment. 160 ACRES well improved ranch, good house and lots of water, best of alfalfa, cotton or vegetable land. 780 ACRES near Lost Hills. This land can be farmed to grain, also prospective oil land. A. H. Karpe. Phone 9-9671. _ 7-29-tf 25 ACRES, GARDEN SOU. Clna« to city, suitable for future subdivision. Price $375 acre, easy terms. DEAN R. HURLEY 411 Nineteenth Street. Dial 3-0275 _ 8-21-tf SOUTHWEST— 25 aciea of the very finest anil, 13 Rcrea In alfalfa, 12 acres In cotton. Good well and pump and free water rights. Close on. OLON BRYAN 1671 Chester Phone 2-75fH 23 42 AGUES nf fine land on Oak strert, milpR south of Rrtindafre. fenced anfl leveled. Lots of ditch water and re»dy to be planted. A cood spot to Increase your liny or cotton acreage, $10.750, on terms; !P.«J* than one-third down. Minerals excluded until balance paid. Fecal W. Hnvvfy, 203 Brnwer buildinc. Phone 2-4260; eypninya 2-414.1. 23 3 miles cant of houae, garage, well and pump. EARLIMART—20 aci l-"n rlimart 4-roorn chicken house, good $6000. AITVIN—106 acres. Good house, new; two Bond wells, lots of pipe line. 20 arrei fruit trees, other improvements. $45,000. ISO ArriES near Rockpile School. Grossed $48.000 in 1942. wns leaned for $35 per acre in 1943. A good buy at $36,000. 320 ACRES about 10 miles northwest of LancnHier. Make us an offer to close an estate. ROYDSTUN A LANCASTER 3 SI 7 H Street. Phone 8-R«3r> R-24-tf GREEN ACRES 10 acrca of land In Green Acres district, no oil rights. Would consider house trailer In deal; $4500. Phone 7-7357 or Inquire owner. 421) Niles. 2J1 10 ACRES 4 miles from clock tower. Kx- cellent soil, house, barn, chicken equipment, fruit trees, unusually fine well nnd elerfrlc pump. Immediate possession. For quick sale. $9000, one-third Phono 2-33H2. 23 Traitor* For READ? Caeh for Tour Tratltr. Trailer sold on easy payment plan. W« (Inane* our own contracts. MCLEAN TRAILER MART 100 Union Avenue 8-lS-tf 1942 Continental houae trailer, 22 feet long, very Bond prewar tires. 7.50x15. Awning, 18x22 feet, 1306 Grace ttreet. 23 1941 TRAILMASTER, 18 feet long: butane equipped, 6-ply tires, air brakes. Lots of cupboard apace. 118 "Eye" street. 25 FOR SALE— Fnui- wheel trailer 22-foot flat bed, steel brakes. 32x6.00 tlr^s. Can haul 10 tons baled hay. One 1937 C-^0 International truck. C. J. Freer. Delano. P. O. Box 385. 25 1943 CONTINENTAL trailer house. 24-foot. very roomy; circulating floor heater, Venetian blinds; cabinet radio. Walter ^ Beacon Trailer Court. 23 LARGE 1941 GLIDER TRAILER Two rooms, electric refi igeralor. new rubber; excellent condition throughout. Dal- Inn's Motor Court. Highway 99, South i;nlon. Bakersfield. 23 PICKUP box to fit In turtle of Chevrolet coupe. Factory made, practically no*w, price $25. Heavy built 2-wheel trailer, has poor 32x5 tires, steal, $20. 1C11 IT street. Phone 5-r>590. 23 FOU SALE—16-foot Admiral trailer. 1942 moclol; butane equipped, nil built-in features; extra pood ti-ply tires. 209 East Seventh street, phone 2-:ir>r>2. 25 HEAVY 2-whfiel trailer and man's bicycle. Phon e_2-9(44JI. 2.'. FOR SALE—1H42 25-foot 3-room tandem axl« Continental house trailer. 6-plv tires. 1100 Hall street. Box 953. Corcoran. Calif. (License PT253332). 2fi FOR RALE—One all-steel 2-wheel trailer at 140!) Orepon street. 25 For AutomoblUa FOR SALE—1:134 Chevrolet coupe (35377- Nev.). also pickup trailer, all-steed body, fenders, frame; good rubber, fc>ee Paul, 710 Baker street. 24 FOR SALK—1936 Ford Bedan, good tires nnd motor. (9W60S4) See at 117 West 19117 DODGE 2 -door sedan (9R6137). Good condition. Kood rubber. C«n be seen ftt Fruitvale Service Station. Phone 2-3070. 1941 FORD club coupe (91C481). uell or trade for cheaper car. C07 WashinEton stvec I . QUdiile. Photie 19.1S FORD tudor (ncQ9!)l). sell or trade for cheaper car. 607 Washington street. Oildale. Phone 2-7537. OLDSMOBILE 4-door sedan (SP4904). good condition. J295 cash. 607 \Vashing- i » Btroet. Oildale. Phone 2-7537 . FOR SALE—1937 Bulck 60 Century. (2AT3772.) Six wheels, with trunk. Uus' Hervice Station. Phone 2-9721. 24 1933 2-TON G. M. C. flat-rack truck, with power winch, nearly new rubber. (PCRR0941.) Phone 6-5710. 22 1940 MERCURY convertible sedan. In *>x- rellent condition; radio and good tires; "•• b\ach with ved leather upholstery aV483G). Call 6-0241 after 5:30 p.m., S«turday or all day Sunday. WILL SELL equity In 1940 Mercury, rocon- dilloncd motor, good tires (62ZG42-Calif.). Decatur. Oildale. 24 1939 PODGR coupe, de luxe f9DG05) : ceilinc price; some extras. 1104 H,._fitreet_. 24 1938 STUDEBAKER jodan trade for pickup truck. Phoae 4-428S after 6 P. m. (70A931> to 110 Nllen. 23 1940 HUDSON »uper aix sedan. Prewar rubber A-l. (9-A-137G.) Mechanically •ound. Radio, overdrive. Phone 2-9682 or call at 2027 Nineteenth Btreet. $950. 23 — ^-^^»^—%-lL ~~" 1930 MODEL A Ford (9B5972). good tires, paint and pood running order. Cheap. Call 2-8288 after 6. 23 DOPCIE 32 coupe (08C199J Good shape mechanical! 1 ' good rubber. 1944 license and gas book, $195 cash. 701 West Casa Loma. 23 ^L ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^p^^^^^^^^P^l^fU^^^^^B^^^f^^^^^^^^^^^^^f^^^P^fl^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^r^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ' ~ 193fi DE SOTO sedan. Good condition. new rubber. (42-1988 Ore.) Good two- wheel trniler. 704 Washington street, ^Oildale after 6 p. m. 23 ONE CHEVROLET. 1936 coupe, for sale or trade. Can be seen at 3523 M. Phone 3-0439, (3C122S). 23 FOR SALE—1037 Chevrolet master de luxs coupe. radio. heater. good tires. (1146526). Cash. Phont Delano 1831. CiR PURCHAHKP Do you need udd'.tlrma'. cash to complete purchase of car? Cf ao, just phone ov drop hy the ACMB) FINANOF COMPANY opposite Montgomery Ward. Locally owned and operated. Friendly, confident Is' service. W. .1. "Bill" Berrmaft, manager. Phone 0-6796. 1-12-tf 193< PLYMOUTH de luxe Redan, very reasonable. Victory Motor Clinic. 406 North Chestre. Oildale. Can be aeen anytime Saturday f3B123H. 23 192« CHEVROLET cou|W. Cash, (9A3374V Ca» 3-0604. 24 1929 MODEL A Ford (8G9895). Mechanically excellent, poor body, no Ures. $90. Inquire at Oarage back of Mohawk - Service Station at circle. • 24 SALE—1936 Master de luxe Chevrolet four- door nedon (2M3513). Private owner. Firestone auto cooler, new; ladles' long black fur coat, «llk lined. Call 1304 Twenty-foUrth street. Phone 4-4228. 23 Automotiv* ••rvlc*), P«rt» COMPLETE body and fender repairing. • lao front wh««l alignment. Charles Vlgatrom's Gamce. 1520 Twenty-tluhth street. Phons 2-7987. 4-12-tf GRANT piston rings last )on«tr. Motor tuned UP. treHnlna nnd oiling; car storage. Blue KI boor Qnragt, 2916 Nineteenth. Pbons 2-0174, l*15-tf ut n * For Sal«—Furnltur*, Fixture* I For Sale—Furniture, Fixtures ' Radios, Musical Instruments — __ — - . ._--_. -_- -—_ ._. -._ -»_ ^_- _^_- -^b. ^b. ^m. -^*- .^b ^ ^ ^ ^fc ^ ^fc ^fc ^ ^fc ^ ^m m I _—.«_ i ^ ^ .^b. .^b. _^_. .^^ -. -^b .^b. .^_. __. — _ — — __ r i ' FOR USED CARS DRIVE YOUR CAR TO YOUR CHEVROLET, BUICK, CADILLAC DEALER 8-24-tt Automotive Service, Parts " BRING your car to us for complete service and lubrication by experienced men. MENDERHAUSEN'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE SOL Miles, East Bakersfield Phone 3-1402 for appointment. 27 WE CAN PAINT Tour Car Immediately. GMAC? Budget Plan Call for A, Carter FRED C. SCHWEITZER OLDSMOBILE DEALER Phone 6-&997 Eighteenth and N 1-4-tf For completo SlmonlKlne. 2-988: lubrication and washing. Rlchfieltl Service. Phene 22 SEE us for all tire recapping with grade A truck rubber; one day service; work guaranteed. MENDERHAUSEN'S AUTOMOTIVE AND TIRE RECAPPING SERVICE 801 Niles, East Bakersfield. Phone 34402. 27 Motorcycles and Bicycle* FOR SALE—Lndy'a prewar bicycle . Call .Sunday. 1821 Cherry. FOR SALE—Girl's blryrle. with Rear shift: like. J»ew._Phonc_2-r>7 &r>. 1941 POWELL motor scooter. Two scats, bumper attachments, newly painted. Phone 2-0378. 25 FOR SALK—Girl's bicycle, like new; UHorl only a few times. Thone 8-8718. &10 Pacific street. WANTKD—Boy's large size bicycle. Highland Drive. Phone 4-4226. 246 23 1930 HARLEV-DAVIDSON motorrVcle. Price $65. 111181.) 707 Cnarlann Drive. 23 For Sal Lumbar WHILE IT LASTS 1x4 1x6 2x2 2x6 2x12 6x6 3x4 3x6 3x12 ee Location, Standard Oil Company Tank Farms. Go north on Chester avenue and China Grade Road. First gate on left side, near gate. Gate open 9:00 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. Saturday, 8 a. m. to 12 noon. KERN WRECKING COMPANY WRITE P. O. BOX 883 7-4-tf HOITTS & ROX Cut-rate Lumber Yard. 2200 Kdlson Highway. Bnkersfield. 7-1-tf For Sale—Furnlture f Fixture* LFHRARY TABLK, electric fan. dutch oven, toaster, other items; laying hens. X22 High land Drive. Phone 1! -8379. FOR SALE—Overstuffed set, $20. 2-0900. Call FOR SALE— Full-Rize Hnrin«. twin-si^e mnt- tress, round dining table. Phone 2-8350. 24 FOR PALE—Premier Kas range, white enamel. Rood condition. Phone 3-17fi7. BABY BBD. fimall desk, twin beds, walnut bedroom set, dinlntr set. radio, living room net, chairs and miscellaneous. Sunday p._m,_JHt__3_5_?J1 Chester Rvenu_e. FOR PAI-K—LarKC Ice box. Rood condition. Phone 50-LB. Ice box, i*in bod nnd sprlnss. Ifi-inch Ford whpol. oilier miscellaneous articles. FOR SALE— New box mattresa. 811 "Eve" ANT1QUR rherry wood couch : mnhopnnv double bed. 80 cnil stoel sprlnc: 2 cotton mattresses; 8-piPt'e walnut dininc set (buffet), cnne rocker, etc. 243 Hermosa FOR SALE—Breakfast set. Table and four chairs. flood condition. 117.50. 1702 A street. Phone 2-. r »!l56. ONE BABY STROLLER, onr new baby bed. with used Innerflprlnpr mntlrpRs, one ntiulln couch. 1 J 2^0 California avenue. BARY CRIB nnd niatt.pfis for sale. Brood condition. 32fi Water. In 25 FOR SALK — Dark Bray mohair davenport and chair. $25. One larsp dark onk d rennet*. Bood condition. 120. Phone 4-47S9. THOR MAXOTtG, 3-burner gaRoline stove. prewar canvas rollnpsible baby nuKuy, bathlnette, like new; washing macnine. . Wllaon. Oildale. CABINET RADIO. Infant's white crib, teeter babe chair. Phono 2-4317. FOR SALE — Sinser sewing machine, treadle model, with all attachments. Phone 2-1305. 9 COMPLETE bedroom suite, 2-piece living room net, occasional chair, two S^jxlO wool TUBS and pads, one radiant circulating heater, breakfast table and two chairs, few oddB and ends furni- tmv. Phone 2-4403. 24 r '. —. j: - -_-----~" .Wanted to Buy—Automobiles CONSIGNMENT o If you wish to sell your car for top price but can't properly show It, consign it with us. We'll pet you top cash. Come in and let us explain our plan. 2629 Chester (Corner Twenty-seventh) 24 i '^^^^•^•^~^ Before selling your car drive to Twenty-first and K streets. We need cars. Motor Center Used Car Department. 3-6-tf WILL, PAY THE LIMIT FOR MOST CARS. NO RED TAPE. CASH IN 3 MINUTES. Clester 8-11-tf For Sale—Furniture, Fixtures See our large display of spring-filled living room furniture in a variety of styles and upholsteding materials to suit you. Prices ranging from $100 to $295 for a 2-piece divan set. Occasional chairs $12.95. Five- piece bedroom set, large chest ot drawers $109.50. Five-piece dinette, red leatherette seats, $55. Use our budget plan, no interest or carry- DAVIS FURNITURE CO. 1400 CHESTER AVENUE JUST ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF THE COURTHOUSE 23 HIGHEST PRICES PAID for furnllur*. household articles, appliance*, tooli, etc. Prompt, courteous service. Victory Fur* nitur*. 618 Union avenue. Phont 8-1005. 88 USED FURNITURF) wanted. W« call any place In city and give free estimates. Brown'* Furniture, formerly Roy While t ure Phone 7- 7 021. 6-12-tf USED FURNITURE, tools, stove*, miscellaneous nrticleB of %11 kinds. We will buy anything. Call 4-4828. Authorized Maytag service and parts. Furniture repaired. Bob Mnrley'n New and Used Furniture Store. 1800 Q. 46 FOR RALE— Davenport and chair, $35: etudio couch. $25; ruff, $5. Call at 316 ' street. 23 FOR SALE—Household furniture. Including" ffas range an fruit jars. Call 2-6864 before 2 p. m. 24 FOR SALE—Single bed springa and one dresser. mattress and Phone 8-9787. 23 FOR SALE—Console radio, $25; drcaser, $5; buffet. $ii; kitchen cabinet. $10; breakfast table, $5; dining table. $7; bed and springs. $10; mattress, $5; KUH range, >l r j 615 Cheater. 2_3 FOR SALE—5-piec« oak Mvlngroom suite, one library table, one dining ctmlr, all goes for $125. To see. call 723 Lincoln street, Oildale. 28 PREWAR mohair divan and chair to match, witli sprlnRfl. A-l condition. Phone G-5334 or inquire 2712 Twentieth. 24 FOR SALE—Davcnpoit. round oak table, library table and overstuffed chair. 2 ii25 Iv street. Apartment_A. 24 FOR RALE—Ice box. 150 pounds, all metal white enamel, suitable for larpe family or small grocery store : 6-piece modern dlnin* set, rluilrs padded backs and seats, rood condition. Phone 3-1730. 329 ! A Lincoln, O i 1 cj «J n. 23 TWO small drop loa.' tables. $3 each. two odd chairs, $1 each. 60-pound ice box, $5; 4-burner, high oven gas ranse, $12.50; end table, 7">c; antique wicker table. $3.GO, iron bedstead and springs, $6. Brick house above church on Sterling Road. S5.S5 double Oak Frame Outdoor Rockers, very special All-Steei Coil Springs, single and deck, new shipment, prewar construction $10.85 and $14.85 Red Divans $59.95 Coil-Spring Platform Rockers Unfinished Chests Plaalie Dinettes A Small Store Bulging With Values ATZ-SMITH FURNITURE Eighteenth and L Phone 2-6277 28 $29.95 VS. 95 U9.95 FOR SALE— Used 250 to 300 Intermittent G. E. stationary welding machine. C. L. Stancllfi. phone 5-5837. _ 8-2?-tf FOR SALK— New Adrian baled hay loader: also one new Case 55-h. D. pumping en- pine. C. L. Stancllff, Twenty-fourth and _ N streets. Phone 6-5837. _ 8-22-tf ONE T. D.-35 TRACTOR; ONE F-12 FARMALL; ONE No. 13 HARVESTER; ONE HAY ALSO SMALL TOOLS. 4-4800. BALER. PHONE 23 1 lifer JUUlg;)Vi*jU Consoie Electric Machines We Do Hemstitching Expert Repairing on Sewing Machines nnd Vacuum Cleaners We Buy. Sell and Trade Killebrew's Hemstitching and Repair Shoo 1509 West Eighth, off corner Chester Phone 9-94S7 23 BABOSA ONION SEED LOCKHART SEED COMPANY 633 East Eighteenth Phone 3-0729 26 FLOWERS AND PLANTS Beautiful fresh flowers for all occasions, funeral designs reasonably priced. Corsages, potted evergreen house plants. Zinnia plants, U dozen, 25c. Fifty thousand Utah celery, special price per thousand, or 3 dozen, BOc. Open Sundays. 715 L street. 23 FOU SALR or trade, butane tank nnd regulator and stove for trailer house or will exchange for ctaRotine ranj?e with oven, to fit trailer house: alao bird cape with stand. Cnll nt BOO Decatur after 4 p. m. or phone 2-5813. 23 FOR SAI.B—Zephyr cooler, like new. 809 _ Kl TeJou street. Phone 2-6111. 23 VACUUM rloaner. ,1uat overhauled, S25; Seth Thomas mantle chime 8-day clock; men's black 100 r .'t> camel';; hair topcoat, excellent condition, size 38. Phone 4-U36. 23 FOR SALK—Small compressor unit. $.12.50. Inquire 423 Baker street. 23 ELECTRIC hotpinten, IB, 95: Ironine boards, 9Rc. Limited one to a cus- tonipr. Xirnniy'e Furniture, 1111 Nineteenth Btrerl. 24 FIIEE FREE SAWDUST AND PLANER CHIPS Load H Yourself AKERSFIELD BOX COMPANY Highway 99 3 Mllen South of Town 34 o Sewing Machine Exchanse. 1218 BaUer. has electric and stand machines; renmlrlnc. BOYS' aize 8 gray woel eult. 15; Hoover attachments, $10; 'electric mixer; V-j-Rnl- lon creum freezer: extension library table. $1&; ironing board, H.50. Phone 2-OfiSS. 23 TABLE model radio In good r-onditfon. Phone 6-5275. and high chair, both 2407 "Eye" atreei. 23 WE BUY ALL MAKES OF CARS SELL LSIEfiE FULL Cash BAKKR-ADAMS MOTOR COMPANY 2706 Chester Avenue Phone 9-9746 M 1-tf IX USED FUnNITUKE GAFFERS & SATTLER HEATEU WICKER BABY BUGGY KITCHEN CHAIR FULL SIZE BOX SPRING RECORD CABINET MAHOGANY EXTENSION TABUS OAK LIBRARY EXTENSION TABLK 48-INCH ROUND DINING ROOM TABLE TWIN SIZE MATTRESS HOSPITAL BED MONTEREY BEDROOM SUITE $05 .<•_'. or. $,1.95 $3.9 5 " " r i " ii. MA 9x12 RUG 2-PIECE DIVAN SET 2-PIECE WELL UPHOLSTERED LIVING ROOM SUITE $:'1.95 $9.95 $49.95 $99.50 1 m EIGHTEENTH AND II STREETS S-25-tf For Sale scellaneous TfTE OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINSTRA- T1ON has act dollars-and-cents ceiling prices on uaed refrigerator*, washing machines, vacuum cleaners, typewrite™, bed springs, cameras and photographic equipment. These mnxmlum prices apply to every seller, even to an individual pelllng his personal household effects. For information concerning these and all other ceiling prices, call the Baiters- field War Price and Rationing Board. Phone 9-9419. 5-13-tf 10-GALLON crocks. $4; 8-Ballon crocks, 13.76; 6-gallon "rocks. $3.50; B-gallon crocks, $4; 4-sallon crocks. $2.75: 3-Rallon crocks. $1.25; 2-gallon crocks. 75c; l-gallon crocks, 35c; ^-gallon crocks, 30c; U-Kalion crnrks. 20c; fruit jar*. 7r»c per dozen; laundry trnys, cooler pads, all sizes: car coolers, dishes. er losses, silverware, rnart pans, etenm tables, restaurant sinks, show cases, scales, hundreds of other Items. Oswald's Restaurant Supply. 716 Nineteenth street. Phone 2-9317. 30 "Invasion of Km ope" and "Rome Captured by Allips" and other newsreels; 8-mm and 16mm. scenic adventures and aporta pictures. New cartoons. Little Kins, Donald Duck. Mickey Mouse, etc, Edward'* Camera Exchange 1609 Nineteenth. 9-in-tf Flylns and balsa model plane kit* jeepi, truckfl, tanke, ihipB. flttinffa, bnlsa wood carvin*. knives, dope and eement. Come in and look around. Edward'a Camera Exchange. 1609 Nineteenth street. g-22-tf FARMERS ATTENTION Just received carload of wire as follows: Poultry netting, 1 and 2-inch mesh, 1, 4, 6 and 6-ft. high. 26-inch' hog fencing, heavy barbed wire, 80-rod rolls. Place your orders now. Cousins Tractor Co., 424 Twenty-fourth street. 25 REPAIR your own shoes. We carry a good stock of leather and accessories for repairing. Paul Hornung, 1G06 Nineteenth street. 8-23-tf FOR RALE—One 36-foot plywood boat and trailer, good condition. Phone 6-6683. 621 .leffry street. 23 BASSINETTE. compleU with stand, mattress and lining PAone 2-2766. 2203 Berkeley. 23 FIRESTONE car cooler. $5. Vernon. Phon« 3-0268. 1201 Mount 23 3-INCH centrifugal pump with gas engine. As is. 145. Phone 2-6280. 23 DECORATE your home with mirror*. We specialize In mirrors and mantels, wells and doors. Bakerafleld Glass Company. 1715 Nineteenth »treet. 1-10-tt ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ui^^^^^^^. RADIO REPAIRS Quick service. General Service Company. 913 Baker. Phone 2-9278. 4-24-tf HECAPPINa Bring \OUT olfl Ures to us for recapping. We use Grade A rubber; 24-hour service BEN7INOS SERVICE Twentieth -and K Streets gj-B-tf RADIOS, 0tnves, furniture, 8x10 and 16x16 tents, and all kinds of secondhand goods. Pumpkin Center Second Hand Store. 27 FOR SALE—Door, 5-panel, 2x6.8; screen door; 3-burner gas plate; Ironing- board; boat pump; car ice box; golf clubs; box- Ing gloves: handlebars other Items. 3030 Ran Emldio. 23 QUILT TOPS—T have made a number of new full slue patchwork quilt tops of intricate designs, lovely for colonial hed quilts. Will sell reasonable. Inquire Grandma Dwyer. 429% Niles. 23 FOR SALE—E flat rlto saxophone, in good condition, $45; new part-wool black pin stripn suit, size 18-20. $12; all-metal clean 60-pound Ice box in best of condition, $20. E. Seeley. Box 902. Weldon. Phone Kftrnville 6252. 24 250-AMP. Wilson portable welder, mounted on two-wheel trailer. Phone 2-1735 or T.-5718. ; 23 FOR SALE—Wood heater. 730 Roberts Lane. Phone 2-173S nr G-5718. 28 BOAT—20-foot cabin runabout. 1042 model, perfect condition, $750. 730 Roberts Lane. Phone 2-1735 nr 5-5718. 2 5-HORSKPOWER Wisconsin slnsl* cylinder air-coo.ed engine, practically new. Phone 2-1 735 or 5-5718. 213 North Chester. 23 HIGH efficiency ttmeup equipment, cabinet type, latest model. nt;w. Will sell at a discount. Phone 2-1735 or 5-5718. 213 North Cheater. 2 FOR SALE—Three-quarters bed. two heaters, chicken houae. 8x6. with wire; one rug, ft few hens and fryers. Phone 2-567S. ONK TARPAULIN In excellent condition for large truck. Phone 2-3902. 500 POUNDS NAILS. No. 4. 8 and 1fi common. Side car for motorcycle, modol or older; wicker baby cooler, electric, house wire. 1885 Richland Drive. Phone 2-2498. FOR SALE—Sewing 2-0(113, machine. Phone FOR SALE—1941 Cushman Auto-Glide; new rubber. Phono L'-94"6. 3800 Niles FOR SALK—1903 U. S. SpriiiRfleld rifle. Star gunged. One fruit and vegetable Juice extractor. Onp 750-ehlrk brooder <BH8). One 72-r-apavMty fryer battery. 3800 Nilofl street. _ Phone 2-9475. FOR SALE—Beauty pnrlor equipment for small businoHS, very ronsonnble If laken at once. Phone 2-0312. PORTABLE Herrulen 4-oylinder gasoline water well engine. Thompson Dairy. Poiamac Drfve between Quantico and Oswald. S7 DETROIT JEWELL high oven ranee, bnfl- Rinette nnd new pnd, bridpe lamp, kit- rhnn stool, knee rubber boots, 9 1 .-.; lady'» hiking boots. SVj. tap shoes 6'/i; vnge- table bin aertlonal bookmse, rbild's table, fruit jara. throe steel folding chairs, National Oeoffrapblc magazines. 1 fl^yeji rn. 2724 Chester Lane. 1500 SQUARE FEET good wall board. Must soil today. Wanted, two 4.50x21 tires. Phonn 2-2710. (t05 Water strprt. 52 U. S. H. boU taps, V 4 -inch to »i-inrh; fi asHorled calipers and dividers. $25; one 4'/j-inch bench vice. 2724 Chester THRICE WIRE milk delivery baskets. 1 hot WHtcr tank <nn burner). H<*v*»ral thoij*nnd bean poles, 160 lettuce crates, reafutnahly priced; 2 turkey hens, duck find etiinen for settfnps, rabbit hutches, chicken i. troughs, fryer battery. PHH and eler- tric brooders. 1 full-size iron bed with springs. \->-H\y.o wooden bed. bicycle, pump; nl.so hack fender and wire basket for bike. Phono 3-1883. LADY'S diamond wedding rlnsr set. 1910 Baker. Phone 6-fil 27. THE NEW WEDOEWOOT* 36-INCH GAS STOVE "WITH 4-BFRNKR OVEN AND BROILER. NOW ON DISPLAY. BAKKRSFIELt) TIAUWAUK CO. 2015 CHESTER AVENUE AVILUAM GO12RTZEN GYPSUM AND COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER SPREADING. PHONE SHATTER BS4. BOX 487, SHAFTEH, CALIF. Bud nnd Pet« Klansen. 3-H4R, Phone 3-1759 or 46 FOR BALE—Two-hole FrWdalre Ice cream compartments. 1802 Lake street. S600 C. F. M. blower-type metal cooler. ««me as new. See at 507 Charlana Drive, Wins- land Square, phone 4-4254. "_ _™ rom SALK—Unused basketball* net and fin*. Inquire 2726 Park Way. phono 8-020 2, 7 For Sale—Miscellaneous ervice Xew and used. Bought, sold, repaired and exchanged. Largest stock in Kern county. KERN PUMP EXCHANGE 400 Sonora Phone 3-1488 39 INSTEAD of taking: naua I now enjoy the »ermons since 1 hear with VACOLITK. Clpmpnt Uershcy. 273B Center, phone 8-16-tf Have 30 thousand new 10-ounce 22-37 bur- lay hftrs. Will sell at cost. Oien Hart- rn_an_Co . phono 2-8671. Bakerafield, 19 LTMTT12D number of new and factory rebuilt Hoover sweepers available only to persona hnvinK old Hoovers to trnde In. I^lhor. I nlhnvance. Guaranteed factory purls and Bervice. Call Weill'a aervlce dtj >artment. 5-5851. 7 - 5 -1 f VACUUM CLEANERS. irons, toasterZ heating pads, motor*, everything: electrical repaired. Money-tack guarantee. Hnntley Appliance Service and RepairB. 917 Water street. Phone 2-4570. 28 GET YOUR rubber stamps from Bakersfield's only rubber .tamp company. You will be satisfied with its prompt service. Pads. inks, dater* of all makes. 1808 "Eye" street. Phone 8-8102. 43 1 I • ll •• •••^•••M For SEE THE DAVIS FURNITURE CO. 1400 CHESTER AVENUE 23 TIRE RECAPPING ONE-DAT SERVICE CLEROU TIRE COMPANY 171" K STREET PHONE 6-C069 2-2 M f •-- ^ ^— -^—-- —--r "j* FOR SALE—A largo 5-foot safe. $ir>0: one French door and two windows. See at A. D. S. Market. 3417 Baker. 23 FOR SALE—One-sack portable concrete mixer with electric motor and g;is engine. Write P. O. Box 946. BakersfieUl. FISH WORMS— Telephone 3-2186 or 1114 Flower street before 11 a. m. after 8 p. m. All day Saturday Sunday. can and and FOR SALE— Extra good saddle and bridle also lady's diamond ring. 2310 Pacific. __^___ _ 2 3 ONE BRAND NEW press-on timing sear for 85 Ford or llercury. 1938 to 1941. Phone 2-3392. _ 2 :i GOOD 9x12 all-wool Belgian niff and pad; Royiil vacuum cleaner; Kvcrhot electric cooker; baity cnr bed: man's Roblee black oxfords, size lO'/a. practically new; seven White Leghorn hens and fireplace wood. Phone 8-8109. __ « ;i JUST received, larpp stock of washing machine drains. 11.50. Pioneer Mercantile Company, Bakersfield and East Bakern- fleld. 27 MEN'S SPORT MOCCASINS, size and Remington electric razor, both new; llfi Kodak and caae. good condition. Phone 9-9f>93. _ FOR SALE — Gray pony paw fur coat. $25. 407 Magnolia avemi ''Rk yllno Park. EIGHT-YARD CARRYALL. A CJOOD ONE; PRICED Rir.HT. PHONE 2-682(1. HARRY ROGKRS. _ 2 5 PREWAR baby buggy, all leather, in eood condition. Call 2-5786. or call at 112 East Vfnota. 12x16 HEAVY tarpnulln, lawn mower, vise nnd stnnd, dips, cutters, wrenchps. one pxtra G-pnllon butane tnnk. some Bavdf-n tools. 209 East Seventh strppt. p li 10 n e2 - : ft 1 2 . 2 5 GIRL'S CLOTHING. *lm 12 to 14; mat. 2 sweaters nnd dresses; 2 pair of new shoos. plzo 5 and 7. In narrow widlh, priced n»c n pair; one wool rug nnd pad. size 7.€x9.3. price | in. See_nt 831 H Btrpp.t. _ Radio*, Musical Instruments eaacro <rn FOR AUTO-RADIO SERVI We now have facilities for mounting and dismounting auto radios. Aerials installed while you wait. POSTON RADIO Corner K Street and I>9 Highway 3-27-tf TOP PRICES paid for lato model Foaton Radio Service, corner of 99 Highway. Phone 2-0498. radios. K and 2-1-tf We Have Facilities and Available Parts to Service Any Make Radio I i Corner K Street and 99 Highway Dial 2-049S 12-2-tf WILL PAY highest cash price for your pin no. Call 8-hC73. WE SELL all available niUBical instruments, aupplle.* anu sheet music. We buy used musical inHtrumenu regardless of condition. We repair all ntrlnged in- Htrumencp and repair bows. Kern Mu*ic Shoo. 906 Baker street, 21* PIANO WANTED—Highest cnnh price paid for new r,nd used pianna. Phnne 8-8981. 1M 3-JJ CAR ARRfALS for any make of car. S4.95 and up. Popton Radio, corner of K street _and 9. Highway. 9-l»tl GUARANTEED used piano bargains. Choice stock of carefully selected, fully guaranteed uaed piunoa ( of leading makes. Every piano completely rebuilt and guaranteed exactly like new. L.OW prices and easy terms. Phillips Music Company, 3610 Nineteenth street. 23 HIGHEST PRICES pai6 for used radios. RHkerHfleld Radio Supply, 2808 Chester Phone 2-5150. -Sold, trader or repaired. We give expert service at reammabie prices, pumrkln Center Secondhand Btore. 31 CASH for your old radio regardless of age, make or condition. We pick them up at your home. Phone . - 24 BOUGHT AND SOLU Cabinet Models $29.60 Up All radios offered fur aalu have been reconditioned, and are guaranteed. SKKVIOK ON ANY MAK.K RADIO BAKKRSFIELD RADIO SUPPLY 2KU CHK3TKK AVENUE DIAL 1-G150 l-ll-tf SAU2—One Conn trumpet $30. 32;* ._ Woodrow avenue. Qjlda le . _ 2 3 FOR SALE— Hoi ton trumpet, |40, Phone 9-9280. WANTJOD^-A good flute. Phong 1*6418. 2!1 liADIO — SHvertone i-onsole, Ilk* n«w; will take pluatlc table model an part payment. Phone 2-4422. &?0 Kl 1'rafln Drive CONN tenor aaxophone. rebuilt. like now, gold iHcquer. new caKe. $105. Inquire a venue. GOOD UPRIGHT piano and Kdlson con- tad lu. 2721 ChcBter Lane. « DM: RADIO for fin niort* 1 ! car. tf k. a!.«c> PI ill ha vp n fn\v ROO<! ro'-fnil :HP. Table riotlels. $-0 to $.1.', ;*. !-."> to jr.."t. t.'all nnvtim**. a vmnp, Oililn IP. Typewriters, Office Suppl I FIVK-KOOT Roldon oak roll tn,i f1 P «k. om* fttv*\Y'I i ha M\ two off MO i hn irs. f ';* )l 7 Seventeenth street, Flione 2-394fl. WILL PAY CASH for iype\vriters, nddin* m^rhln**^. chock writer a nnil cash FPE>B- trra. Lynrh Typewriter Company. 1 fi50 r avenue fi-2!M f LOST — Parker ft 1 fountn in P*MI, pn I>orol hv .I T Mnplpy. rirapp return to tlonk rlei'K, Hotel Tepeler, HakfM flf ioUL OLD JtOVAL Standard, $15. :724 tor Camera* and Photography M'AXTKD—S-mm. movie camera. I'lionn Fruits and Vegetables TAEM2 ORAPKS an<] penrhpp. JO cents pound, Bnnnnfl. sweet lontr peppers, 2 pounds, 2, r K\ Open Sunday's. 715 L, street, Pioneer Xur- per. 2 y Only! No. 1 1,-irse I.ako ommtv m H : nn worms. Pleasp hrinc rontnincrn. C-'.-lL* f,:i Sipnta Drive. I,a Cresta nnd mita Vprda Tnirt. IMinnn 2-."i2S2. GRKRV RKAXH. 14r A LR.. HELL PTCP- J'KUS. IS.- LB. OKRA, CO C LK. T(V MA'l'OKS. K) AXP iSc LR. .MOr\- TA;\ urssKTT POTATOV:S. S^.r.u IT:K HAC. I,AKC;K WATI-:RMI-:LOXS. T-KH- SIANft AND CANTALOUPES. HKPIDHS rillOCKHIKP. AIKAT.-?. SOKT DRINKS AND TOHACOO. OPEN* 7 DAYS EACH t'EEK TILL !» P. M. WARREN'S PRO- ICK.. imUNLJAC.K AND OAK. I'HONE 2-07:10. PEARS FOR SALE—$1.23 to $1.75. l!»0ti Nilca FOR SALE—Eastern Concord graphs for Hivorview. FOR SALE—Crystal white onions. $2 pnr sack. Sf\vn miles pouth of HakerafirUl. first house wn«t on Hoskln Koad. or cull after (i p, ni. 2ii Canoin $1.25 FOR FUtL, LUG. Bring your own containers, same kind of pears we had year. The last 1019 Baker East Bakersfield 8-17-tf Ymi ilck them. Very beat quality. BOc per Hip; brfnff your own containers. North Chester avenue, through Oildale. nd.lolnlnR tank __farm.__ 32 VALLEY'S FINER FOODS Twentieth and Union SPKCIAT^S FOtt THURSDAY, FRT- DAY, SATURDAY. AGAIN WE GIVE YOU FREESTONE PEACHES AT LOW PRICES. WE HAVE ORANGE CLINGS. FREESTOX ATASCADERO Please bring your own containers. R SALK — No. 1 orange din* canning peaches, large field lugs, also PBBO Rnbles pears, $1 per lug. Bring container*. 107 East Seventh. 23 WATERMELONS wholesale or price. iVjc pound. M21 Terrace W. \V. Howe 1 retail Way. LAST PICKING of lemon clings. Bring containers. We clone at &. Krauter's Nursery. 501 Eighteenth street. 8-24-U No. 1 Klberta peaches for table or can- nlnff. Also J«rce ClinsH. Open until i* p, m. Please brliifc containers. 126 North Chester avenue, Juift north of the __.^''iclge on east aide of street. 27 FOR SALE—Bartlott pears. Special on watermclena. 2c pound. Kxtra Inrso rjinuiloupea. lOe each. £11 Fruit Stand, l-'rniiviilo. Rnsedale Jllsrhwny. t From Atapcndera No worms or hard cores. Not mnny pen r« this year. Oet ynin-s now. GOO Willow Drive, in Kivor- vlew. Phone (i-6674, 23 FOR SALE— 42 bond of coww. holfprfl nnd i-Hlves, Including 300 acre* of leased KHIZ- Inp Innd and 100 acrt-H of crnin land; lot til TWO JIILK COWS for sale. 1802 Lake BLACK HOIISK and Raddle. Horse IM fi yeara old, senile for nnvone to rule. Can ___!>(* Hceii nt_ Piuaill.se Motor I mi. 24 FOR HALK—Younp InylnR hons. Call Oak. or phone 3-1997. FOR SALK— S 5 feeder P!K.M, G brood HOWS. 1 purebroad HerkHhire boar, la mfle nnuth of roundhouse on Oak street. O. W. Solo- __mon. Hox 337. __ __ _ ___ _ PKIEONS. rbcrtp to parly inking flock of 30 muted bird**; profitable business. 2-74 fi 2. FOURTEEN 2-mnnths-old tiirkey. 42 1-nallnn glnsn Jars, jutsl thu ihunr f"i iuicoM. have good peal lid.*, liir each; one two-mantpl ^uli'nian l.'tntp.ni. $3; onoivall fixture,ll.f)0. UAMHIT I''RYER.«. bred tloo. doe with lit- ier. yoiinv buck. Phono 2-3538 after fi P_in. __ __ FOR SALK—Slyliith Rorret ware. Plenty nf Hpirit hut very gentle. One Arizona middle, one pracftraily now Helser saddle. Hemer ttold aepurately. J'hone Rll-.T-1^rafL, IT, GKNTLK Jersey fir*»t calf heifer, to be frewh In a few days. Jlylion'x, Shell - •>.'».i •!" H ~ w 1 ' * •- . FOR SALK— Hahy bull ralf. nice and ATTENTION lood-lcft'ed bnljy rhicka. brooders, poultr aufiplies n rid feed. We buy your exes. Chk'kn llj hundred l'21» Union, or 814 « hh Phone 7-702C 01 2-948U 2-1 BABY CHICKS. 115 per hundred; New Hampshifu Reds. Rhode Island Reds, i'lyrnomh Rocks. Rock anu.Red (*ro»ii; new «hlpm*»rit every Monday nrder early. Also plenty nf metal fecderx. fountain* nnd poultry medlclncir. Ward'* Farm Store. 252; Chenler. 4-1 7 -tf KOR RAIjK — Twr span of «nort work maren. one brood mare with colt. Air. Uroat, Plfone ^-70C6. 7-19-tf OFFERING n number o* outstanding year- llnff and ?-yenr-old ( re*i«teted Hereford bulb A. H. Karpe. Phone 11-9671. ____ ____ 7-J[ 9-tf ATTKNTION. POHLTKYMRN! Our Market Is Opet\Ve Pay Tups for Kryvra and Roaater* One Blo.-k Weat of Eaat Bakerafleld Po«t Office 1106 Kern Street. Dial 2-7458 BRADVORD POULTRY MARKET S3 A^tai^pfepHH^^p^_» K^^H^h*bA«q^hh^v^F^^^v^^^t^B^^^rt^^^^^^p4|h^^^bv%to^Bvi^HV^^v^^^r«f^^p^A^^4^HB^'V^V 1 ^^ l '4^^"^'^^P' k ^^*^*^^*^^^^^V^ v ~* H r BAHY CUirKS atarted on order We have colored brnllera, roastinx hens. Riverview Hatchery, 215 Roberta Lane. Phone 9 5 7 AVANTKO— Hereford bull and weaner no croBHcs Phone {VJ3G8. 15 Caltfarilfait Soturdfly, August 26, 1944 1 1 ^f ^^ Poultry and Livestock 13 DORS. 3 bnrkj*. 11 hutf-hps. and feeders, all for *;«. Call after 4:30. ; Thorn; '!• FOR SALR — Family row. of Whelden's ilarkei. at Weed Patch. Phone EXTRA FINK tPnm o w*]| hrnka vounK >r*f.q. On ft rnile .inuth an-1 one-half "si if \Y.<ed Patch store. Wildman'n. •r-t —- _—- - .-. --. *• •* FOR SA1.K—Saddle h-,rfl«, t years nM. weight 1-jtj't; well Rau?d. Phone 2- KOR SALK—.Siyllnh called bav saildlw borne, <KH| ni.tuntnm hnr.if, ^'Piiile, but plenfv !" RiMiit. F'honi* 374-. I. Taft. r* 'i ** <i PAV.K — Five fr-cdT p'n?^. three sown, with lit i pry; t ivn jnt snvvs. nrn* honr. Frank AIvon. Flut ton w;l!o\v. phony 5601. 23 FOR SALK—rhioknn frvpr?. rabbit frypra. rnlored hf x nrf, Ono Mm. k weal of Pierre Rofirl on CttMty M!<^t. 2 I'*OK SAIvB or trad*', rsno ha\- fjplftint?. npir- hut cnntt". ^SSi Ali;i Vista I*riv#. e 4.4rtc:: 24 23 J>nd\Vhi»«s. strppf. SALK— Cood .Jersey cow, incr plenty of milk. Inquire ire huus*\ at SALK—White *. H'U fryers, 7"-' ! Bt'Y. SELL or trnrle all kinds nf livwtoclc. Phr.nf 2-;tOC2. Rny .Tnhnann. 1 mile north Pumpkin Center* *00 yards east mi Hns- 42 FOn SALE— Horaew. lady's horses kid's pnnie.t. pnrade horses. Rnr-O Stables. mllp en«t of China grade on County Park road. 23 WANTED—Springer Spaniel, or will train cJnrk dog- during com in* season. D, M. Crawford. Koutn 1. Muttonwillow. 23 ! WANTKD— fJood home for kittens. Twenty-third strt-ct. UNUSUAI-T-Y nppfaHnp «ray Btripod kit- n. \vnutd makfl someone happy. FI-PI», tifif) Klo\vpr?»trofit. (in<l hlond Cocker pedigreed, J months old. Home tun it; lit nnd tomorrow. TOD Yosernite WANTKD tn find n home in country male Shepherd. dutr IS months •\vilh children and a good I'hone ::-7:!00. for feature off was first Legal Notices NOTICE TO /U'l'KAB AND SHOW CAUSE No. 6filU. Dept. ^ In the Superior Court of the StaU of California, to and for th# County of Freano In th« MatUr o£ th« AppSicatlon ot C. \. JiAWKINS. A. J. COBBS. J. W. GUYLKR. J. E. WHEELER and G. H. REYNOLDS. be\ng more than one-half of the total number of the Board of Director* of the CALIFORNIA PEACH A FIG GROWERS, a corporation, formerly CALIFORNIA PE3ACH GROWERS, for th< dissolution of vaid corporation. To alt Btockholdert. trim certtflcatt holder*, and creditor* of the CALIFORNIA PEACH A FIG GROWERS, a corporation. formerly CALIFORNIA PEACH GROWERS: You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 16th day of May, 1944. C. A. HAWJ'INS. A. J. COBU. J. W. GUYLER. J. E. WHEELER and G. H. REYNOLDS. being more than one-half of thr, total num- oer of the Board of Director* of the CALIFORNIA PEACH A FIG GROWERS, a corporation. formerly CALIFORNIA PKACH GROWERS, filed thetr petition In thi* Court, praying that uld corporation b« dUiolved and It* aa*et* be distributed among; Its *tockhold«r* and tm»t certificate holder* after payment of debt*. If any, You are herebv further notified that by order of th* Court a hearincr upon *aid application will be had before *aid Court in Department No. 2 in the Courthouse In the County of Fresno. State of California. en the 2nd day of October, 1944. at 9:30 o'clock n. m, of said day. when and where nil person* Interested may appear and show cause, if any they have. why said application should not be granted. You are further notified that claim* ot •tockholder*. trust certificate holder*, and creditor* against the Corporation may be filed at the office of the Corporation located at 613 T. W. Patter*on Building. Fresno, California, up to the data of *ald hearing. At the time of *aid hearlnl the Court will be asked to fix and determine '.rm right* of all atnck holders. trust certificate holders, and creditors and shall distribute the a«*etn of the Corporation in accordance with said finding*. To assure payment to the proper parties entitled, U IB neceuinry that all stock and trust certificates be surrendered to the Corporation at its office at 611 T. W. Patterson Building. Fresno. California, prior to 'le 2nd day or October. 1944, H DUSENBKRRY. Clerk. By E. W. EILAND. Deputy Clerk. July 22. 29; Aui? B. 12. 19, 26' Sept. 2. r. 1«. 2S. 30. CERTIFICATK OF BUSINESS FICTITIOUS FIRM NAME The undersigned do hereby certify that they are conducting a transportation, construction, excavating nnd kindred businesses at 120 Thirty-fourth Street. Bakersfield. California, under the fictitious firm name of STATE TRANSPORT CO.. and that auhl firm in composed of the following persona whose names and places of residence are an follows, to-wlt: ED J, PHOENIX, P. O. Box 751. Bak- erfifiPk!. California. .TORN HALWAX. 2701 Sooth Tenth Ave- nut. Monrovia. California. Wltnosa our hands this 17 in day of LJKtiat, 1944. EP J. PflOENTX JOHN HALWAX State of California. County of Kern. SH. On thin 17th day of Augunt A. D., 1944. ...fnre me. a Notary Public in and for the AH id County and Slate, residing therein, duly commissioned nnd sworn, person ally appeared ED J. PHOENIX and JOHN HALWAX. known to me to be the persons whfwe names are subscribed to the within instrument, and acknowledged to me that (hey executed tho snine. In Witness Whereof. I have hereunto *et my hand and affixed my official sen! the day and year in Ihis certificate first nhnvfl written. PHIL JACOBSON. Notary Public in and for auld County and State. Aus. 10. 26; Sent. 2, 9, 18 CEKTIFICATK OF Bl : S|>KSS FICTITIOUS NAMK The undersigned do hereby certify that they are conductInsr a corkiiiH loiweo. at WiikcrsfiuUI. California: vindor tho firtit- IOIIH name nnd stylo of La Siesta and that Raid firm is composed of (J. A. ("rafton of nakerHflnld, ralffnnla; I. W. Crafton of BukfirHflpM. Cnllfnrnln; and S. S. Base of Hnkersflcld California. WJTNKSS our hand this, the first day of March, 1JM4. <'. A. cftAPTON T. W. rRAFTO S. S. MASK. Stato of California, County of Kern, On the first day nf U:irrh. UM1. hi- foro i IP tho nndtM-nif-'Tied, a notary publlr in and for said Coun'.v and State, itor- sonnlly appeared. C. A. Cratton. t. W. Croft on, umt S. S M'iHO, known to me to he tho perenim whone numc» are mjh- pcribpil to th* 1 within Instrument and ack- knowlodited to me that they executed the sn me. WITNESS mv hum! n ml official seal. K. O. TAYLOH, Notary Puhlii-. 5Iy ronirnission expires September 27, 1 !H -1. Aus. i(J:'sc?t. 2, 9, 16, 23. WOUNDED—Sergeant Ralph E. United Stntos Marine f Corps, son of Mrs. Clara Hobbs, Route ", R-ikersfirld, has been wounded, according to an announcement by the navy department through United Press. Sergeant Hobbs had previously been awarded the Silver Star for gallantry and heroism at Guadalcanal. ^^^^^^^'l^^fc^«-^^^^^^^fc* I ^^4*"^«M*V^V^^^^^b^»^^ H ^^^^^^H^^B^^^^h.Mk^A^^^^^^^^^^^^^ H ^^At^^^^^^^^^^ H ^ B ^^^^^^^^^^ H ^^^^^ H ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ H "••• - ' " " ll»IU»MBHl» I • New Arvin Pool Proves Popular Continued From Page has been an important the school since it established. "At present the pool la open daily from 1 to 4 p. m. and 5 to 7:30 p. m^ After school opens September 5, it will serve as a means whereby all children can be given swimming instructions as a part of the physical education program of the school* and will be open evenings to the public. "It is the plan of the Bancroft Boy's Club to make the school campus an all-around recreation center for the youth of tho Arvin, Vineland, Lament, Weed Patch area. a project long needed In this community. In addition to the pool, the club will sponsor a regular motion picture program to be secured through the co-operation of the division of audio-visual education in tho county superintendent's office. On the school grounds there will also be twilight baseball, horseshoes, roller skating, volleyball, basketball, and tennis." After Harold Slane, a member of the California Youth Commission, visited tho school early this year he wrote Mr. Hart, complimenting him highly on the school and its.program and stated, "I think that that is the finest crime prevention program that I have seen in the state of California." In expressing appreciation to the persons and organizations whose generosity made it possible for the boys to build the pool, Mr. Hart said, "There is no doubt in my mind that the pool is bringing more real pleasure and recreation into the lives of the youngsters in the Arvin area than any other one thing that could be done. It is a community development of great importance in increasing the social welfare of these boya and girls/ 1 "We are deeply grateful to these people who made it possible through their generous contributions: Louis Angetti, Arvin Camp Council; Bakersfield Garage, Bakersfield Hardware, Bakersfield Sandstone Brick, Peter Bancroft, Boydstun & Lancaster, Boys' Club, Malcolm Brock, Leon Buxton, camp council members, J. K. Cattani, F, Cattani, Coca-Cola, J. N. Craig, DiGiorgio Farms, Grace Don-is, Johnnie Francis, Frank's Market, F. H. Frick, Leo B. Hart, Mrs. Jarrett, Mary Kovachevich, Morgan & Gordon, Leonard Mumford, Ed Nix, Optimists Service Club, J. C. Penney, A. A. Peterson, Kirk Ragland, Bertha Rankln, Joe Riden, Fred Schmidt, 7-Up, Valley Office, Lief Vibe, Weed Patch Garage and Cliff Weldon. • i i •••« Legal Notices ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^k^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H ^^^^^f^^^^^^^^f^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ NOTICK OF HEARING WHEREAS. In conformity with Section* 2891 and 2893 of the Education Cod*, a petition has been if led with the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern. praying for an order to be made mdraltUn* and annexlns the Stlne Elementary School Diatrlct tn the Greenfield Union Elementary School District. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the unfit Board of Supervisors has set said. petition for hearing at the hour of 11 A. M.. on Tuesday, the 6th day of September, 1944. at the time and place of a, reffular meeting: of said Board at the Courthouse, Rakerafleld. for the purpos* nf hearing aft persons interented concern* Ing said petition and to make Its appro- prints order granting or denying the same. By order of the Board of Supervisors. this 14th day oC August. 1944. R. J, VEON. County Clerk. Aug. 17: Sept. 1. incl. i CERTIFICATE Of BUSINESS FICTITIOfK NAMK Tho und<*r»iened do hereby certify that (hey ure conducting a cocktail IOUIIKP, at nnUeiafield, California: under the fictitious name and style of Tom's Tropical Inn and that Baid firm Is composed of C. A. Crafton of Bakerafleld. California; L W. era f ton of rtakorsflekl, California: and S. S. Flfthi" of Bakersfield. California. \VITNKSH our hand this, the first day of March. 1044. r. A, CRAKTOM r. w. ORAFTO.V t?, *x 13Ab 1*4, Stato of <*;iMfornia, County of Kern* as. (hi the tin*t <i''iy of March, 1944, he* foj e me. the unrterflfyieJ. a notary pub- Mo in and for said county and state, per serially appeared, C. t\. Crafton, L W. f'nifton, an*} S. S. Base, known to iw to bo the pen*on« whose names are sub to the within instrument and ack- d to mo that they executed the samp. WITNESS rny hand and official seal. ^ K. O TAYLOR. Notary Public, My L'oimniKsion expires September :;. 1944. Autf. :''i; Sept. 2, 9, 16. ?3, OBITUARY NOTICES KI.KINS. I'ATRICIA—Kunornl Rcrvicos for Patnn.'i KlkiiiM. infant diiu*;httr of .Mr. mid Mrs. Wlrt :-:ikma. HJHJ Rn ft re"l. wh<> died August L'3 at. a hoHijUal, wore hold Anauyt i;ti at 11 n. m. at Grt'enlawn Chap*- 1 !, tlu- K"v- rr«Mn! G. F. Loving oft'K-iatuiK, i*t was Klorrm.'e Ualyeri arid Hi<'hard tfkmiler. liiU'nnent wu« in (.irinmliMVti Memorial Park, Tho chiM (H Hiirvivt-d by n sister, ]lobby Jean Kl- kins. naker.sfield and gnimlpaivins, Mr. ntid M(M. Jffr West. H;ik"rst'iHd. and -Mr. and Mrs. Gi>orgu Klkine, Suura- tlK'Mtn. MOttKS. M \IU:i, VKAKT, — Funeral pprvicfM for .Mrs. Mnln-l 1'enrl Samk-rs, who (jjf>d nu Aimu-si 1! t nt ll!:4J, at her hoipf. 714 Whiinpy .si root. A vena I. will tie hold in the Liu phut Church, in Avennl Momlny at 10 a. in. Mri. Sum!- t?r» was b«rn in N^tnah,i, Ntb., l»r- ceniher 17, 1S92. Htid had lived in Culi- forniii for 17 year**. M of which had In-ert spent In Avrnal. She Is survived by lit'f huslt.iiui. t.'arl Lewis, one daughter, Ortm-h'-'ri Juniraon of Avenal. one S.HH. lluu ^iiinivvs. huntsman \n the navy, nuw in the San Frunoisco bay iiroa: two KI and'/hildrt'ii. Robert Evun* ;in<t Aluiiaei Lewi* Jamit*"ii; six sisters, Mis. Murv Y;i'-key of ^'•••inaha. Neb., Mrs. H. t;. PeUiiiiiM, Auburn. Neb., MIH. Lsdia Fink. : trs. Myrtle Dawaon. Mr;j. I.oatii;i Hi isman, .Miss Hornicc Karall of Avt'iuil; ttirctj bf'-.thers, Lewis on, Currtnv, Al.t.vs.. John Farson. Itrownville, Neh , KolH-rt Faraon of Avenul. and ntht.'i- reJativca. Friends ntiiy cull at the Vlrickson ft Brown Fu- TITHI Home Sunday. Intonuent will b« sn tlie West Side Cemetery, WIM.IAMS. UAIIV BOV--Uiavcfilde serv- for the Infant BPP ot Mr. and Mrs. Williams, :il 1 South Owens whw tlifd AiiRu^t -ii at % local hoxpltal. will li» hold August 2S at 10 n. m, at Llninn UNION CEMETERY Furnishes OWER CON UVE MARKERS LOWEST PRICES Office Within rounds Monumental Display at Cemetery Entrance Phone 7-7185 Flickinger-Digier CHAPEL Distinctive Funeral Service at Moderate Cost Phono 7-78S1 Chester Avenue at Thirteenth J. 0. FlfekiHiir Frart 1 AMBULANCE SEKV1CE DAY and NIGHT

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