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15 Thursdoy, September 7, 1944 Cftc gafaerriieiE CaU.orman For Sal*— Trailer* For Sale)-~Automobil«« FOR BALE — 1942 Continental house trailer. 22 feet, very good, prewar tiro. 7.bOxlt. «l*ctrlc brakes, awning 18x21' feet. 1305 Grace street. 35 FOR SALB—CombinRtinn tumping nnd utility trailer. Must he «een to appreciate It* (food feature*. 1815 Virginia atreet. Phone 2-4467. 34 g4-FOOT Vagabond bouse trailer, with toilet and tub. Iota of cupboard space. ulcep* four. Will consider good cash offer. Inquire M Cafe. M fxl6-FOOT trailer bouse, also two-whr"! luggage trailer; four-room house. *>-'* Qulncy. H 1 '. 1 15-FOOT factory-built house trailer, steel body, two room.«. sleep* four. Div,in. built-in ice box; 6-ply tires. $675. U<M- cou Trailer Court, north on Highway !^'- SO-FOOT house trailer, |eather»(te Interior. Furnished. 1746 Hun le. Phone - -S'i-p; WE HAVE H number of small 1 to 3-n> trailer* suitable for ranch work In l'"i pneumat.c. and solid tires. \Ves \Valdor 352 South Union. "• for Sal*—Automobiles 19~6 ri.YMOfTK do hue 4-door sedan. ]M '-•e'l lo sell. Can be seen any time Fri- thiv -ir ^anitday at Twenty-first and R xir,--Is. ISiB1-.11). .IT. tJHIXi; INTO AttMY. miwt ecll 1331 K»,i;tti. in pood iitnninfr condition; comi t:res .nut p.nni.__rhplle_2-3Sll._<9W3S7: 1 .l. l'...!< HI'l'.^ON 6 coupe, in Rood condition. $;,<"i. levins Jioo down, balance $'!'! ;",o j,. r:n"nth. («C7i4 Talif.) Phone i:-?,944. l.'l'i >; slrerl. .",4 Automotive Service, Parts If you wish to sell your car for top price but can't properly show it, consign it with us. We'll got you top cash. Come in and let us explain our plan. Z629 Chester (Corner Twenty-seventh) ____ AUTOMOBILK AD COP* must contain license number: If out of atato license. state mUBt he Included In copy. 3-4-lf BEUL.KR OH PURCHASER Do vou need additional c»ah to complete purchase of car? If »o. Juat phone or drop by the ACMB) FINANCE COMPANY oppoalle Montgomery Ward. Locally owned and operated. Friendly, confldentla' service. W. .1. "Bill" Bergman, manager. Phone r _ ;-s796. ________ IdlrlT 1937 LA SALbK (9A930). In Bood condition. ly private owner. 2801 Alturas. Phone 5-6389. _ _ _____ » ? FOR SALE— 1935 Pf.irteh«ker fSFCBOV). Good ahaiie. See at 6:'0 R street, Bak- erstield. __ _ __ 3 ? 1939 ?i-TON Chevrolet pickup (245699 Okla.). Good condition. See owner at 115 Roberts Lane 33 COMPLETE body nn<1 fender repairing. also front wheel allKnment. Charles Vigfltrom's Garage. 1521 Twenty-eighth _pi rf c 1 Phone 2-7937. 4-J 2-tf GRANT pliton ring* laat longer. Motor tuned up. greasing and oiling: car stor BRP Blue Rlbbor Garage. 1(18 Nlne- _teenth. Phone 2-.H7.. 1-15-tf WE CAN PAINT Tour Car Immediately. UMAC: Budget Plan Call for A. Carter FRED C. SCHWEITZER OLDSMOBILE DEALER Phone 6-6997 Eighteenth and N i-4-tr Motorcycles and Bicycles fit IT'S BICYCLE—Innulr 904 Knoll in:!.'. HAIILKY-IJAVIDSON. grind mnli.r nnrl I i rv». Ji;r,n. 1 W. llnnnon. IJCI-M- lur hotr-l. Xinetecnth Hml I) ..tier's I 1 luin«__;-!lli82. 34 KOH SALK—Buy's or minr* tiiryrlc, in cx- __(.£Unnt condition. I'hnno !t-!t^(H. WANT TO BIJV n boy's medium-Hi/.e tl i- r'.vrle. Phone L'-:!]l« lifter 4 p. in. BOY'S BICYCLE for Hale, good condilion. Phone 2-:i:m;>. 3:, 1934 DODGE, panel body truck (PCM9B48 Calif.); 1935 motor, body and fenders In Bood condition, motor newls repairs; fair tires. As is. ?:'.'•". "'19 East Seventh street. Phone y-3ii>2. 33 1935 DE SOTO sedan, good M"S and paint- Call after 4::io p. in., 10.'i Beardsley avenue. (SSUju 6'. 3 3 1941 FORD 1'i-ton truck (PC6935), flat rack, good S.:5 liics. Knlon rear end. Mercury motor: in excellent condition throughout. Will take car ae trade-in. 1921 Forrest, between H and Oleander. 35 FOR SALE — One 19"4 Ford 4-door eednn. fair shape, new paint. (2M1801). 8nu Kentucky street. ___ 3 7 FOR SALK OR TRADE for pickup truck. 1938 Studebakcr sedini (70A931). Phone 4-42S5. Call after 6 n. in. _ 34 TV'ILL SELL or trade, 1932 White truck. 7-speed Brownie for late model pickup or passenger car. (Cal. K941S). Call _ Bakersfield. 3-0347. _ 33 19C9 LINCOLN sedan (1C7S9). good mechanical condition and good til-en. Could he converted Into liBht truck or suitable as is for towing cotton trailers or other farm work. Very reasonably priced. Bakersfield Garage, Twentieth and H 1S35 FORD de luxe coupe. Good tires, radio and fog lights. Phone 2-2713. 34 HEAVY duty, old model FaKeol truck, suitable lor mounting well rig or oilier heavy equipment, $350. Wes Waldon. 223 South Union. 33 1938 MODEL D. S. 35 International dump truck, without tires, rims and motor accessories, only 1650. Wes Waldon. 222 South Union. 33 HEO D. L. 3505, 3-axle heavy-duty truck, brakes on all wheela, long wheelhase. $1250. Wes Waldon, 222 South Union. CHEVROLET. 1942 (CO8308) suburban carryall in irood condition. Will trade for 1941 or 1942 pickup and cash. Wes Waldon. 222 South Union. 33 •WILL TRADB 1940 Packard 110 4-door sedan (L'Z5146) for 1940 Packard 110 coupe and would consider G-panseuKer Chevrolet or Plymouth coupe. TtOO De- calur after 6 P. m., or phone 2-E31 3. 34 FOR SALE—1936 DODGE PANEL, TRUCK, »i-TON. SHADY ACRES TRAILER CAMP, SOUTH CUES- TER AND 99 HIGHWAY. (P-^676). WRIGHT. 1936 DODGE sedan (S3r,:::',6), good shape and good tires, sale or trade for cmiity in later model Chevrolet or Buic-k. One- fourth-mile south the dehydrating plain. 3 n I93(> CHKVROLET tudor sedan (43P901V Phone 2-3394. 34 FOR TRADE—1938 Chevrolet 2-dmir for late mod«I. Will pay rush difference. (Ariz. 878710. Phone 3-:07l!. 34 1935 4-DOOH standard Chevrolet sedan. reasonable. Can be seen at Oilmore Service Station, Kightccntli and M streets (9B83S7). 3J, 1935 OLDSMOB1LK 4-door se.lnu (9A9773). also 1937 Chevrolet (411181) Kan.) Phone 2,4696. 301 Jeffrey. " 5 LEFT FOR SALE—Biir road or lot house trailer and V-8 (31N34f,). Washinij machine, bicycle, electric welder and put- put. See phone book. G. Ciowu. 1937 BUICK 4-door sedan. Rood tirec. good upholstery. (SfK6.46). Phone 2-04:!!' or can be seen at 3523 Al. 34 Wanted to Buy—Automobiles WILL PAY THE LIMIT FOR MOST CABS. NO RED TAPE. CASH IN 3 MINUTES. 8-1:-tt Before Belling your car drive to Twenty-first and K streets. We need cars. Motor Center Used Car Department. 3-6-U WILL PAY CASH for 1!'37 or 1H38 Chevrolet or Plymouth, fioni ini\;Uc owner Phone 2-0653. ss For Sale—Furniture, Fixtures Platform rockers, spring ronstrtir:- tion, large selection, $39.95 and up. Two-piece livingroom sets, full spring construction. $154.50 and up. Felted cotton mattress jind box spring set, $32.50, Slumbere.st part-wool blankets, formerly $7.95, now $.'.90. .buy your blanket supply now. Feather pillows, $:l.&0 a pair. Use our budget plan, no interest or carrying charges. DAVIS FURNITURE CO. 1400 Chester avenue, just one block south or the courthouse. 35 HIGHEST PRICES PAID for furniture, household articles, appliances, tools, etc. Prompt, courteous service. Victory Fur- Dlturi. <18 Union avenue. Phnnt 3-1005. 88 USED FURNITURE wanted. We call any place In city and give free estimates, Brown's Furniture, formerly Roy White Furniture. Phone 7-7021. iiL 2 '?.? FOR SALK—Colomnn gasoline stove. Can be easily convened to gas. Cost JI.'IS new. .Sell for $37.50. And liO-lli. Ice box, clean Inside nd nut. $12.50: n nnrli- nnl heater. $10; day bed with coil wprlnKS. nice for yard or spare room. JJJUiO.___2Bail_»Umtl>n;.v. 3:1 FOR SALK—Pair of end tables, diirlf •wood; Monterey end table, with lamp; tile coffee table, lonp mirror. Rolf ban and clubs, Ibree jersey dresses. hl<e new. Hixe 1 li; shoes, size 7',a. Cull 2-1746. rlaylime.. :!.'[ FOR SALK—TiUhack couch and* inn'.ching platform rocker nml hassock, also maple table and two ch irs, good condition. plume H-S7SIJ. 33 USKD FURNITURE, tools, stoveiT miscellaneous nrtlclti of all kind* W* will buy anything. Call 4-4838. Authorized Maytag service ana parts. Furniture repaired. Boli Morley's Nevi and Used _ Furniture. Store. 1 Still Q 46 FOR SALB—All-metal ice box, prewar construction. $:ir>. Call :-044ti. 34 PRKWATl bed divan lor sale. 2T.10 K. ::i FOIt SAI-K or will trndu frignrator Tor liKht car. ference. rL"J3 Qinncy. late model re- Will pay dif- 33 MOXTEREY living room set. 4 pieces; Alexander Smith i ug and pnd. 9x18; 4 casement windows, 3 fee x 3 feet, some hardware; 1! double hunK windows 4 feet x ;> feet 1 inch, complete sets; 1 metal lavatory, no fitting. Phone 11-40GO. 33 Sri'J.Ou studio Hcrl, very special $4!l.ilS $SI.!>5 Sprintf and .MattreKs. hair filleil JC9.05 J.IS.'JS Hpi ing-filled Platform llrirkcr »:!i.!Ti IK'.l.'.tj Spring-filled Bed Divan ».i!l. !i.1 Porch and Lawn LnniiKinj,' ("hair $."t.II5 Special (;ri)ii|)intf Mexican Heed Furniture for Sun and Humpiis Rooms. "A Small .Store HlllKiliK With Values" ATX-KM1TII Fflt.Vrn'RK EIGHTKB.NTH AND L i'HOiN'K 2-6:77 JI4 FOR SALK—Coniitlete furniture for 3-room house or apartment, including rug, mrivc and elc'clrk- ref rlKeralor. Cull 7-71M13 lielW0c j n^l0_.'l^_m. and 6 p._m. 3. r j MONTKRKY DIVAN' and platform rocker. 3.1 \VainwriKiit Drive. Itoberls Lane. 34 FOR SAI.Ii—HiKh-oven Sjiarks ranee; dining room table. 713 "Washington, Oildale. I 'lione_j;- 47 7 l_o£_jl^:i4 !I7. '•',~i FOR SALB— Kurnllure. One brd and snrinKs. one mattress, a drc«s«'r and < hest of drawers, all in excellent condition, loir, Sjxteenih street. 3r» FOIl SALK—Apex ironer. A-l condition. )'lioiip_^-;ir,3L 400 Iteimlslcy. 3- FOR SALK—Practically new collapsible baby biiKK.v, rubber I ires, excellent coit- rhlion. J:T>. Call at HO Kentucky street, apartment 1. 33 MAC1C C11KF stove, bedroom set. Chesterfield set. upholstered chair, lamps, rli.'tpcs. radio; other items. 1G31 Alia Vi;.tji_Dl rye. 34 FOR SALK—One prewar baby bunny and on" Duncan-l'hytc collet table. See at 1-34 K. Apartment 4, afler 6 p. m. __l'hone ;,-a_H!l. _33 J'HKWAIl davi-nporl and chair, lame situai'B <linini4 table, luur <-hair,s, KIIS lie.it'r for living loom, icflcctor lamp. lliKlihinil l'ark._ I'honu__4-4:104._ FOIl SANK —ne.lroom Bel, bell, double coil flMiriKs nnd mallress; ,lt-(.'sscr, t Inl t'onicr. (iKiir illul ilrc-sser st'inl; rilH. !'xl? f i-et. an,t a lillle l.-tble. All practically new unil lieaiililullv (IcsiMii'Ml in tlarU walnul lini.-h. See Max Simon's, tailor shop, •-ini'T ol Konrieeni li and fhesu T. Wii PAIRS I a ilorinadc. of sjilin iliinmsk nt.*uti;tl colui-. $:io. l-'(tll SAL1-; — Hoover vm-niliu. plaltorol lui-kiT. MVIIIK nii-ker. lollec talile. 4m; I';,' ifn\ I'hone (! - li 4" t:. :I4 LI VIM; room set, very niie walnut finish; heilruoin sel -with ho\ sprlnjis n ml iiHH'r.spriiiK mattroHH; bahy iulKK>'. liKe Hf\\ p ; rulin; dleHKci-M. tlinini^ sela jitnl iniM-elliineoiis. .MUT 6 p. in.. 30111 ('heeler avrniie. !••()!! S.M.I.;—Ivoiy baliy bed. $7. J'lione S-^'.'G8. Wanted to Buy—Automobile*. I Wanted to Buy—Automobiles WE BUY ALL MAKES OF CARS ELSEW1 BAKER-ADAMS MOTOR COMPANY 2706 Chester Avenu* Phone 9-9745 7-11-tf .CENTER FOR USED CARS DRIVE TOUR CAR TO S ft "T1 fffl HI W I 110 lH SALE TOUR CHEVROLET, BUICK, CADILLAC DEALER CE1 8-24-tf For Sal*—Lumber For Sale)—Lumber "UV m-e Mire lin-ky. IVe lnul ju*t riuiiglit too many cars of the lower Kriidf -x4s .-mil lx!2s. and wo didn't, know \vhrit In the world we were K"iiiK to (In with thrin, but now the \Vnr J'roduclion Board says we can Kc-ll (hem (no strings attached)—we mean it. NO PRIOKITY, NO NOTHING So a.s fast as we can Kct it unloaded we will sell it to you as long as you slay tinder your limit. AVe also have 11 f-'ood supply of doors and windows, rooting paper, batting, some molding and waliboard. "tt'p are paint hendi|iinrlers and wo don't men maybe! Fairly good outside while' paint, "illy $l.4!» a gallon. That good outside Oldmaster white, $J.s,">; shingle stain (Ihe lies!) J1.J9 a gallon. 1'ogulHr boiled oil, $!.(!") a gallon, but I1KAL HIGH CLASS boiled oil, $1.95 (bring your can). Outside white paste, $U.7li a hundred pounds, etc. IT WILL PAY YOU TO PAY US A VISIT 2JOO EDISON HIGHWAY 35 Used Li \VI1JLK IT I,ASTS 1x4 l.\6 2x2 Local ion, .Standard Oil Company T;ml; Farrns. Go north on Chester avenue and China Grade Road. First nale on left ni<lf, near Kate. Gate open !l:00 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. <'!r)sp<l Saturday and Sunday. KKK.V WRECKING COMPANY WRITE P. O. BOX 883 ll-o-tf For Sale—Furniture, Fixtures FOR SALK—Prewar Ijiiny bed, with mattress, chcnp. Phone 6-liS7J. l!4 CRKA.M COLORED ,roplr-.-if kitchen Inbli'. :tlsi) one p;iir cull bed .sprmK*. I'hone _L'-ti(M.-,. :!4 DYE'S STORACK. 1410 ORF.Cc IN—FRIDAY AND SATI'RIJAY. MET WE EN S A. M. AND ti:IIO ''. .M., ONE CENEUAL KLEi'TRH'. 8-FOOT ICE UO.X ; O.NK TAI1LK-TOP STOVE. ONE 3-l'IECE IIEDKOOM SET, WITH MATTRESS AM> SPIUNCS; ONE DININO KOllM SKT. FOI'K CHAIRS, IIITFFET AND CHINA CLOSET. ONE APIECE LIVING ROOM SET. TO BH SOLD IN O.NK LOT. ALSO TIIUEE -TABLES. FOl'R CHAIRS. TWO HEATERS, TWO TWIN- BED MATTRESSES. ONE VACIH'M CLEANED, ONE STTDENT DESK. TIIUEE OCCASIONAL CHAIRS. X,I-:,\'ITH RADIO. TEA WAdON, THREE urns. TWO FLOOR LAMPS. TO BE SOLO SEPARATELY. CALL i'-SLII _ A FT Ell 4 P. M._ ,14 FOR SALE—Two licrlrnom suites and MirinKs, t .\tiu bf'd ami sprinKS. lnrKO dining table, buffet, innkstove; many other items, cheap. 'Jill! liast Seventh street. Phone ;i - J :t ti 4, FOR SALK—11)44 New Pcrfpciinn white kerosene ranKe. used two months. Phonu a - u i :• v. For Sale—Miscellaneous OXIO 24-inch 4-way planer, A-l shape. Call at _£ilO_Bclle_tlveiling Riverviow. :>T, BAKKU'S portable Iti-pie oven for sale. Phoiic_j!-:i:Mfl. '.',:< FOR SALE—Cooler, almost new; Scaly infllcss m.-ittress. SU1I) Pioneer Dnvo. Phoim JI-OL'.MK :;,'i ONE hydraulic Krape-jiii'-e press and i:rinil''r. Kirnt class (olidiliun. E. L. Iliiujics. Plione_^-l | .|66. 84 ONI 1 ) nn-tal prewar enamel lOO-tiound U e Itox: hin'n-oven stove; 7-tube cahinet ninilnl radio. 14^U Pacific. Phone SHOP IX EAST BAKERSFIELD lull',, pure wont wa.ste. MleeiunK bags, $11.Ho and up Genuine bamboo rakes, made in Mex M-O Good {twsorl incut of siu-lf paper. Wr now have Armstrong Lin-o-C.loy^, linoleum li'liud wax, made by llie makfrs of Arm- MroiiK linoleums. 1'iniK. quarts and ga Dons. J'ine tree fur stotk Slork .salt Sheep hot,Us anil handles Vost iiole (hKt'ci-H Toilet, fieats 1 ion \i\K l)oa i (1? Ha i bed \\ire Heavy stoi k feme Baitery-roiHiolled elf-lrlc fence, $9.95 Vicoro for >(iur garden LaiKe HNsoilmetit ut' toys 'ruo-inan saws AVheelba rro\\-s Theiinoray gas lioatfrs CHS loys A ll alia wecilers rni\-ersal food chnppPiH HOK ring's anrl bull nn£s KtiofuiK paper Cfittoli scales Coyote and fnx steel traps Full line of Fuller puinlH T.arKe l-'ree I'arknm in Rear nf Stni« PIONEER MERC/'NTILE COMPANY lill'l Baker Street, East Bakersfield Phone 4-49X4 ,t"i Se\\-iim Machine KxchanKe, 121S Baker, lias Singer, \\'hite and ,\ew Homes, lle- pairniK. 41 I-'OR SALI-:—Portable electric with back and forth stiich. 1^(1!! \VpHt__KiKhth. FOR SA UK—Singer and White sew- iiiK nifichinps. New Royal viicuum cleaner. ISnft West Eighth street. I'hone fl-0437. .'15 For Sale—Miscellaneous WARD'S 1IAVK A MODEL E USED J1A.M.MER MII.L. IDEAL, FOR THE SMALL FARMER. GRIND YOl'R OWN FEED AND SAVE MONEY. COME IN AND SEE THIS, MOXTOOMERY WARD'S FARM STORE 2526 Chester Avenue, BaUersfield T-7S71 33 FOR LESS AT WARD'S Battery , typo huilt-in tester. Safe, sure, shuck, $24.iiO. MONTGOMERY WARD'S FARM STORE 2»L'G Chester Avenue, Bakersfield ____ __________ 33 SPARK PLl'C. TIRE Pl'MPS. Linfler llardwaro Compan>, Tularc. Phone 7". ON 10 nc\v prewar saddle: sad'llc, bridle and blankets. Price J-UO. D. M. Kilcs. .'la.'it L_«trcct. _____ __ __ 33 FOR SALE — Hotplate, Rood condition: one porcelain sink. I.SxUti; two Kalvanlzed bonds. 1401 F street, between 1 and 4 P. in. 33 FREE FREE FREE SAWDUST AND PLANER CHIPS Load It Yourself BAKERSFIELD BOX COMPANY Highway i Milei South of Town !l-o-tr JD42 INTERNATIONAL pickup hay baler and a C. C. Case tractor-. .1- E. Vuncp. Route 1, Box 32S, Delano; S miles wesl ol Ilitj-hway 99 on Schuster Road, ;i7 FOIl SALE—Four-yard dump body and hoist 6lli East Nineteenth street, or call _«-!Mi7I._ 34 RECOVERED studio couch, $2.', • haldn'ood play lien, $•*>: twin 1»ahy hUEKy, 110; '-, -horse 8httllo\v well pressure pump, _ J-.V I'hrme S-_2(I3I._ JI4 FOR SALE-^l'w" Bil-inclHl clccuic brood- eis in perfect r-nndituin. $16 and $00^ Also ^vile feed Biiards and water crocka. ,'iJl Cinodman. Phone :-ti3Cl or 3-3387: atk for John. 33 For Sale—Miscellaneous FOR SALE—One G. E. electric hair dryer. Jlfi; five dozen .30.06 rifle shells. lOl^'.i T h i r I y - f i rsl. .Ph£ne_2-230_2. 3 3 LA lie,K BLOWER UNIT and 3-horeepower eieitric motor. LM)-hor.sepower electric motor. ^4-hnrsepower pump, with motor. Phone 2-1318. 2:f FOR SALK—Four-way rlraK hit«, various si7.e.«, siiatii. lL':l(i Thirty-third street. Plione.-(;l7s.33 COI.IAS, palmn. ferns, begonias, calellins. Kanl"Mi,iM, Khruhs, fertilizers. seeds. l.awnn renovaled. l-'owler's XurHery. __1 J! I li _Third_ street. Phjine_J5;0_8Sii._ _:!."> WASHING MACHINES repaired, quirk service. Montgomerv Ward Apei and nil ma'<es repaired and rebuilt. General Service. Co.. 8:3 Baker, phone 2-S278. 8 - 2 8 -t f foil SAI.K—Springfield riflf. 2 boxes Hh''ll.H, J-i i; two molors, \\ and '« horse- po\ver, ^1" Til) eat.h. 2110 \Voodrow HI n'i;t_._Oi_lda le. _^ _3_5 NOVA baler ensine. in Rood repair, for sale or lind- for (J-foot tractor disc. Dale_1la_nilleinan._nosainond J :!.'> 20 TO? '. haled No. 1 alfalfa hay. One mile sonlli Panama Store. J ^> mile wesl. fii-»t_hiMise_ iui_riBht_. 3."i KOI I SAI.K—Air pistol and pellets; gun Nr-Hhhard assorted ammunition; garden plow, radio, electric iron. 1904 Kentucky. Phone ii-!i49u. FOR SALE—Washing machine, "iO-poiind it, 1 box. liaby bed. camp bed, 20ll-Kall<in Hiitomalic wa.1erins trough. Apply lii'Jll (J street. :J 4 FOR SALK — Four-room frnme sirline house. Wired for elf.'ctricily. To be moved. JJlTtO cash. Rio Bravo district. I'hone_4-4t:i>7. .14 NOIK1E IRONER, $;ir>; three linoleum _riiBs. _} 7^ 1 UJJ^S Oi-CBon Mtreet. .lii CLEAN LEAFY nlfalfa hay, $24 per ton. Phune L'-7ii4H. Don't cull Sundays. 34 FOR SALE—KiKht new 4-rinf? aluminum pistons, complete with rings and wrist, pins, for Kurd V-8. twenty-thousandlh overside, ITi^'O ^lonterey street. 3"> Hot Wate-.- Heaters J35 Laundry Trays $10 Frnlt Jar 75c doz. I'latl irm Scales Show Cases Stools Ire Cream Maker Hr-vera^e Cooler "Wooden Bowls DiHhes Stork Pot.i Stefim Tables Brooms Jlopa Coolers Hundreds of other items. Oswald's Restaurant Supply 716 Nineteenth Street Phone 2-9317 60 LIMITED number of new and factory rebuilt Hoover sweepers available only to persons having old Hoovers to trad* In. Liber I allowance. Guaranteed factory parts and service. Call Welll's service department, 6-6861. 1-6-tf GET YOUR rubber stamps from Bakersfield's nnly rubber .tamp company. You will be satisfied with Its prompt service. Pads, Inks, datero nf all makes. 1808 "Eye" street. Phone 8-8102. 43 TIRE RECAPPING ONE-DAT SERVICE CL^ROU TIRE COMPANY 171" K STREET PHONE «-606» 2-29-tf Bud and Pete Klassen. 8-16-16. Phon* J-1769 or 46 TWO nidioH, cheap; one hand plow. Fourteenth street. 1412 34 TWO-PlfclOH black pin-stripe mannish tailored suit, size 16, $15; black finger-tip leiiKth fur jacket, practically new, $45. 1 r, IQ Qtiincy or phone 2-7721. 35 Ft'I,!. panels, large crib. Kant Wet mat- tn.-HH, four slip-proof sheet.s In excellent nimlition, $^5. Baby scales. Phone 4 -41i", ». 34 GRAY caracul fur coat. Two-piece wine wool suit, flizc 10. and blue satin evening slippers, si/.e 4-U. Phone 4-4159. 34 FOR SALIC—16 4x4x6 anil tixfixS good oak find redwood 1',-ni-e posts, also 50 feet 4;',-inrh wire letu-e. Call 171!4 iMaple avenue. FOK SAI.10—Irish mail velocipede, ffoori RS new, ideal birthday preHcnt; also ivory Iron bed anil springs, good shape, $5. 1340 Orange Drive. FOR SALE—Carpet sweeper and all-steel bird caRf. Phone L'-TlHiti. FOR SALK—l-'OO feet of S r !»-inch seamless Kt'adr J second ratiKe. 36 casing: 4500 feel 2 la-Inch drill pipe. Hughes tool joints; 800 feet EVJ-inch drill pipe. Imperial tool joints; 950 feet -Hi-Inch line pipe, 8-thread. Arthur I 1 . Anderson, l'J» Supply_Ro\v, Tafl. Calif. 44 BLOWKR-TYPIO cooler, $1!5; deep-well reel-less pump, 10-horsepowor; bicycle; rottnn trailer, 2-bale. Route 1, Box 47, Sliiifler. 35 FOR SAI.K—Nearly new set yellow gold nncw. -:nsi $i:tf», very reasonable. 407 WaMlilnBlon^ Oildixle. 35 W11-1 -I AM OOERTZEN—GYPSUM AND COMMERCIAL FEKTIJj- 1/KK SP.tF.ADIXG. PHONE SltAFTER (184. BOX 487, SHAFTER. CALIFORNIA. BOOKS, BIRD HOUSES GAMES, DISHES, JEEPS TOYS OF EVERY STYLE BAKKRSF1ELD HARDWARE CO. L'OIS CHESTER AVENUE Use AVARD'S Mineral Mill anil pay mulling until September. Save Fuel. MONTGOMERY WARD AND CO. FARM STORE, -'5'Jti Chester avenue, Btikersfleld, Calif. FOR SALK- I'hone ,'.37 Light half-Ion truck bed. 7. 34 rlECAPPlNG Bring your old tires to us for recapping, We us* Grade A rubber; 24-hour service HKNZINOS SERVICE Twentieth and K. Street* l-l-tt DECORATE your horn* with mirror*. W* specialize In mirrors *nd mantel*, well* and doors. Rakersfleld Glms Company. 1716 Nineteenth _*lr»et. 'jJ?Jl VACUUM CLEANERS. Irons, toanters, healing pads, motors, everything electrical repaired, Money-back guarantee. Hum ley Appliance Service and Repairs. 917 Water street. Phone 2-4570. 64 NOW IS THE TIME to fertilized before the rains begin: 100 per cent pure dairy fertilizer, mechanically pulverized. tH per load delivered. Phone Rusk's Dulry,_ 2-4027 oi-_2-9361. 64 I ENJOY merlins my f-lenda on the street since I "an hear with VAiTOI.ITK. Clement Herthey, 27S5 O*nt«r. Phone 2-0571. ^ 8-29-tf RADIO REPAIRS Quick service. General Service Company. 813 Baker. Phon* >-»27», 4-84-tt For ••!•—Miscellaneous WE HAVE THE -TO-GET TInrl-o'-the-Pest for Insects Parts fnr Coleman Stoves and Lamps Two-Way Fly Killers < 'asters Katchct Handles Three-Milan Hudson Sprayers Beet Knives (Irape Knives Play Pens. Baby Trainers Juvenile Chairs and Rockers Baby strollers and Beds Ilidh Chniri Overstuffed Sets D incite Sels Alaple Pedroom Suites fii\-an. t'hairs clothes Hampers SmokinK Stnnrls Coiktail Tables Km! Tables Ma rile Top Kitchen Tables Mattresses 4 1'npaintiri Chairs, Chests ConBoleiim Ruga Throw Huifs Bamboo Rakes Metal Bed Lamps Klectrlc Hot Plates Switch Boxes Hot Shot Batteries T'lothes Wringers Klectric Cord Meater Cord B-X Cable with 12 and 14-Gauge Wire Chicken Wire Rubber Beltine and Lacing Master Wrenches Nail Pullers Open Knd Wrenches Box End Wrenches Paint Pliers Diagonal Culling Pliers Neerlle-N'ose Pliers Crescent Wrenches Toledo Slocks and Dies Siar U-ills Hi-Speed Drills Klectrir Drill filler Boxes Ladders ' Oilcloth. Mirrors Snap Clothespins Clothesline, Reel Type 1C you can't find It anywhcr* else LOOK FOR IT AT Hardware and Restaurant Supply 13J2 Twentieth Phone 3-0581 35 Flying and balsa model plane kits jeeps, trucks, tanks, ships, fittings, balsa wood carving knives, dope and cement. Com* In and look around. Kdward's Camera Exchange. 1609 Nineteenth street. 8-22-tf THE OFFICE OF PRICE ADMINSTRA- TION has set dollars-and-cents celling prices on used refrigerator*, washing machines, vacuum cleaners, typewriters, bed springs, cameras and photographic equipment. These maxmlum prices apply to every seller, even to an Individual selling his personal household effects. For information concerning these and all other celling prices, call the Bakersfield War Price and Rationing Board, Phone 9-9419. 6-13-tf erace §' New and used. Bought, sold, repaired and exchanged. Largest stock in Kern county. KERN PUMP EXCHANGE 400 Sonora Phone 3-14S3 39 "Invasion nl Europe" and "Rom* Captured by Allies" anO other newareels: 8-mm and 16mm, acenlc adventurca and •ports pictures. New cartoona. Little King Donald Duck. Mickey UOURC, etc. Edward'it Camera Exchange 1609 Nineteenth. 9-19-tf REFRIGERATORS overhauled. washlne machines rebuilt. Cooler service. We also move refrigerators. 328 Washington. Oildnle. Phon9 2-7878. 33 BEAN CUTTER attachment for Tarmall tractors. Immediate delivery. Under Hardware Company, Tulare. 33 FOR SEE THE DAVIS FURNITURE CO. 1400 CHESTER AVENUE 49 THOR MANGLE, laundry type, operates with electric shoe, heatu with gas. $75. Jli-M. Paul Lindley, Ideal Cabins. Phone 4851. SIcFarlanri. 34 FOR SALE—Five-yard wood dump body. hoist and power takeoff, in good eon- dition. 3503 Jewett Lane. Phone 7-7828. 34 COMPLETE drilling rig, depth 4800 feet. One drawworks with P-100 International motor; 1 fc'H Ineh x 14-inch O. W. pump with International motor; 2730 feet of 4 U-inch drill pipe; 1 4-inch Kelly with bushings: 1 set 4-inch tones: 1 swiver, Dohei.y Stone swivel: 1 V. T. table: 1 flat crown. Total price 114,000. Phone 3-143.'!. 34 FOR SALE--New coat, gray mixture, size ;4: two dresses, fine condition, aizes 38 and 42; hand-pieced quilt top. Phone 3-1201. 33 TWO full-size beds with innerspring mattresses anl springs; studio couch: man's bathrobe: lady's slacks, size 16; child's violin. 2131 Verde. Phone g-8934. 34 THREE DOES and one buck for sale, also manufactured fan-type cooler. Phone 2-7200. 33 REPAIR your own abaci. We carry • good stock of leather and accessories for repairing. Paul Hornung, 1606 Nineteenth street. 8-23-tf PORTABLE! Hercules 4-cyllnder gasoline water well engine. Thompson Dairy. Fntamao Drive between Quantlco and Oswald. 37 Radios, Musical Instruments FOR AUTO-RADIO SERVICE We now have facilities for mounting and dismounting auto radios. Aerials installed while you wait. POSTON RADIO Corner K Street and 99 Highway 3-27-tf TOP PRICES paid for late model radios. Poston Radio Service, corner of K and 99 Highway. Phone 8-0498. M-tf WILL PAY highest cash price for your piano. Gall 8-8673. l-2«-tf We Have Facilities and Available Parts to Service Any Make Radio Corner K Street and 99 Highway Dial 2-0491! 12-2-tf PIANO WANTED—Highest cash price paid for new *nd uaed piano*. Phone t-IDSl. »-18-tf CAR AERIALS for any make of car. 14.96 •nd up. Poston Radio, corner of K itreet and 9: Highway. H-l-tf HIGHEST PRICES pa 16 fnr used radio*. Rakerifleld Radio Supply, 1801 Chester avenue. Phone 2-6150. 8-11-tf BOUGHT AND SOLD Cabinet Models 12960 Up All radio* offered for aalo have been reconditioned, and are guaranteed. SERVUIW ON ANT MAKE RADIO BAKERSFIELD RADIO SUPPLY 381S CHESTER AVENUE DIAL :-SlEO l-ll-tf .'Oft SALE—Meister grand mahogany iip- riKht piano, splendid tone. 185. 3011 Linden avenue. Skyline. Phone 3-0015. 33 OULBRANSON piano with bench. Newly conditlone.l and tuned. 209 Eait Seventh street. Phone 2-3558. S3 PIANO POP SALK—Klmball, . practice plnno, medium size. In good condition, fully guaranteed. Full price 195. Terms »ti.84 per month. Baldwin Piano Distributors, 1613 Seventeenth atreet, 34 WANTED, by serviceman soon to go overseas, chromatic harmonica. . Will be *reatly appreciated. Phone 4-4372. 33 WILL STORE piano for uae or will buy If reasonably priced. Phone 2-2780. 34 KERN MUSIC SHOP, 90« Baker. Musiral Instruments, supplies and sheet music. Wa repair all musical Instrument*; bows fphalred. 57 FOR SALE—One cabinet Majestic radio: box spring* mid mattress; Nomls pure air unit; ."7 White Leghorn laying liens; several pairs of ladiex' prewar street Klines: ski boots, high-ton hoots, size 6'-j, no stamps: housecoat; <:t>at; won) KHbardlne ski outfit, size lfi> man's •kl boots, high-top bonls/slne "S small •lie overcoat: two suits; two club aluminum kettle*. Phon* 3-2027. 34 Radios, Musical Instruments I-TUBE Atwater Kent cabinet radio. After 6 p. m. 8531 Chester avenue. 33 STERLING bungalow piano and bench, reasonable. 131 Flower street. Phon« 5-541S. 34 CASH for your old radio, regardless of age, make or condition. Phone 2-5193. 70J Washington avenue. Oildale. 38 FOR SALE—Upright piano, reasonable. 204 Hughes avenue, Oildale, or call 2-4566. Cameras and Photography WII, r . PAY top price for good 8-mm. movie projector. Write Box G-101. The Coli- fornian. 35 Typewriters, Office Supplies WILL PAY CASH for typewriter*, adding machines, checkwrltert and cash register* Lynch Typewriter Company. 1(50 •Chester avenue. 6-J9-tf FOR SALB — Remington-Rand portable typewriter. Phone 2-1891. FOR SALK — Reconditioned Underwood portable typewriter. Call 4-4901, 2-0183 after 6 p. m. Fruit* and Vegetables 69c FOR FULL LUG Bring your own containers. The game kind of peara w« had last year. 1019 Baker East Bakersfield 8-17-tf Medium Size, Full Lug 6«c PULL LUG Bring Your Own Containers 0 iil\o 1019 Baker street, East Bakersfield 8-;!0-tf LARGE No. 1 PEACHES $1.25 PER LUG 126 NORTH CHESTER Just Across the Bridge, the Fourth Building 35 HERE is your chance to get Bartlett pears and orange cling peaches. Remember this is the last chance for peaches. This Is Ihe place for bargains. Ice cold watermelons. Eli Fruit Stand, on Roseda le Highway, In Frultvale. 34 HAVE ONIONS—Vellow. Spanish and white wax. $1 per lug. Brins own containers. Also have pickling onions. Northwest corner of Allen Road and Rosedale Highway. 35 WK BEXJIN pickinp freestone peaches Friday, Septmeber 8. Are eood for canning or table use. Merrill Fruit Ranch. 34 CANNING PEARS AND PEACHES Mountain-grown Tehachapi pears, good si/.c, by lug. We ulso have some large choice packed orange cling peaches, by lug. Mooney's Market Spot, Eighteenth and Union. Phone 3-0!itil. :)» $2.69 Full Ltig. Bring your own containers. 1019 Baker East Bakersfield 9-7-tf FANCY Bartlett pears, as Ions as they last. $1.25 per lug. Please bring boxes. Security Market, vecetable department. Twentieth and Chester. 34 AT $1H9 I.l'O. FINE FOR TABLE USE OR CANNING. BARTLETT PKARS AT J1.25 LOG. FRKSH GREEN- BEANS 14c LB. AND SPANISH ONIONS AT $1.75 PER 60-LB. BAG. THESE BARGAINS ARE AT WARREN'S MARKET. COR.:ER OAK AND BRUNDAGR LANE, AND WON'T LAST LONG AT THIS SPECIAL PRICE. WE ARE OPEN 7 DATS EACH WEEK UNTIL 9P.M. PHONE 2-7930. KERN RANCH MARKET 1331 Flower Street Sugar, 10 IDS.. 59c. Hills Bros. Coffee. 1 lb., 30c; 2 Ibs. B9c. Nucoa, 1 lb., 25c. Canning Jars, pints 62c: quarts, 7"c. Hunt's Spinach, case $3.49. No points. Table Queen French style string beans, case J3.93. No points. Oracled Tuns. No. ',i aixe, 33c. No limit. Santa Marin Chili con Carne with beans, tall can, 15c. Durkee'a Mayonnaise, pint jar. 29c. KERN RANCH MARKET 1331 Flower Street 34 VALLEY'S FINER FOODS Twentieth and Union We have just received another supply of VERY SELECT NUMBER ONE $1.49 PER FIELD BOX BRING YOUR OWN CONTAINERS 34 Poultry and Livestock FOR SALE—Good Jersey cow, 14 bales of good alfalfa hay. Phone 2-4163. 35 FUR SA LtS—Two span ot goo6 work mares, on* brood mare with colt. Mr. Groat. Phone 2-706«. 7-19-tf ATTENTION Blood-tested baby chicks, brooders, poultry supplies and feed. We buy your eggs. Chicks 115 hundred. 221* Union, or 814 Eighth. Phone 7-7088 or t-9489. 2-1-tf BABY CHICKS 115 per hundred: New Hampshire Red*, Rhode Island Reds, Plymouth Rocks, Rock and Red Cross: new shipment every Monday order early. Also plenty of metal feeders, fountains • nd poultry medicines. Ward'* Farm Store, 2583 Chester. 4-17-tf OFFERING K number or outstanding year- line; and S-ysar-old registered Hereford bull* A. H. Karpe. Phone t-9t?l. 7-19-tf BABY CHICKS started on order. We have colored broilers, roasting hens. Riverview Hatchery. 116 Roberts Lane. Phone 2-9396. 7-19-tt BUT. SELL or trade all klnda of livestock. Phone S-I02I. Roy Johnson. 1 mile north Pumpkin Center, 100 yards east on Hos- klns Road. 41 ATTENTION, POULTRYMENI Ou.' Market Is Open We Pay Top* for Fryers and Roasters One Block West of rJast Bakersfield Post Office 1106 Kern Street Dlsl 2-2458 BRADFORD POULTRY MARKET 7« WILL EXCHANGE some «ood work horses for young; cattle. A. H. Karpe, phone 9-9071. 33 FOR SALE—16 head of calves In good shape, ranging; from 6 months to 1 year; also four good saddle horses. Call 2-3478 or 2-1636. 36 RIDING MARE—6 years old, hroke-galtpd. Low price for quick sale. Phone 2-3392. 33 FOR SALE—Chestnut sorrel mare, < years old: gentle for women and children. Phone 2-5214. 34 14 HEAD of good clean dairy stock of which are: 5 milk cows. 4 heavy spring- ers, 4 heifers and 1 1',4-year-old service bull. H. Justin Welshaar, Route 1, Box 161, Shutter; 1 mile south, V4 mile west of Shatter on Riverside. 34 FOR SALE—Grain-fed young Fekln ducks. Dressed and delivered on scheduled trips. Fresh small egns. 30c a dozen. Clem Dorland, Hudson Drive. Plume 2-8067. 33 BANTAM PULLETS and roosters at 60c each. Also incubator and brooder. Phone I-aSJS. Corner Nile* and Park Drive. ai Poultry and Liv««toch FOR SALE—80 New Hampshire red pullets, II 2 1 . each. 805 Iris street. Riverview. Phone 2-6147. M Call our Farm Store now and place your orclnr for fall baby chicks; several brpeds and all sturdy, healthy chicks. Get your order in early. Price per l6o, $15.00. 2B2« Cheater avenue, Bakersfield, Calif. Phone 7-7871. 35 FOR SALE—One team mules, one team horses, one mare and colt; all sood stock. Can see these at ranch. Call Arvin 4R-S -1 2. evenings. 38 FOR SALE—Rabbits- 1 buck. 2 does and hutches, $5.50; also bird aviary, J1.60. ('all at 700 Thirty-first street. 3_4 FOR SALK or trade, two Palomino fillies, gentle 3-year-olds: one black 6-year-old pony, gentle for ladies or children; one new Hiser saddle and blanket, one Texas Steidar two-tone, nice, parade saddle, with blanket. One mile north of Pump- k iu__CeiU_eij 36 FOR S.\L,E—One four-pen rabbit hutch; one doe and one buck. Magunden Store, Kdlson Highway and Fairfax Road. FOP. SALE—One heifer calf, at Hort's Dairy on East N'lles. Phone 2-4070. Call in evening after 4. NEW ZEALAND -white rabbits and hutrhes; also 8 New Hampshire red hens and rooster, 407 Water street. Phon t>_2-S_9aJi. 35 FOR SALK—Hen house. Sxl2; chicken pen. 111x15, and 8 hens, all for $30. New material. .1201 Panama street. Legal Notices NOTICE Of INTENTION TO SELL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the provisions of Section H440 of the Cvil Code ot the State of California, that Roy K. Ray. Vendor, of Route 1, Box 679. Hakersfield, California. Intends to sell to Mny * Crablll, Vendee, of 2104 O Street, Bakersfield, California, all that certain personal property consisting generally of nil stock in trade, fixtures, equipment and Kriod will of a certain Service Station business known as Roy Ray's Texaco Service Slalion in the Oily of Bakersfield, and Inrated at Bakersfield. California, and thnt the purchase price thereof will be paid at 10 o'clock a. m. on ll.fl 14th day of September. 1944. at Route 1. Box 679. in Ihe City of Makersfield, County of Kern, Stale nf California. Daled September 7, 19H. HOY B. KAY, Vendor. Sepl. 7. Poultry and Livestock FOR SALE—Fat bull calf, milk and har- ley fed. Best offer takes him. Phone ti-8841 or 1906 Belle Terrace. 35 Doc* Other t*et» WOt'LD LIKE parakeet, female. Phon» __: - i89i. . GIVE AWAY fluffy kittens to a good home. 1518 Williams. Phone 6-6115. Legal Notices NOTICE OF INTENTION TO CIIATTKI. MOKTCiACiE To Whom It May Concern: Notice Is hereby given pursuant to the provisions of Section .1440 of the Civil Code of th« Slate of California, lhat nn the 14th day of September, 1944. the owner of the here- Innfier described fixtures and equipment of that certain businesses situated and located at City of Arvin. Counly of Kern, Slate of California, intends to place a chattel mortgage upon the said fixtures and equipment. J^ R. Nolan is the mortgagor of the snirl property; and his address Is City of Arvin, Counly of Kern, State of California. * The Anglo California National Bank of Ran Francisco is the mortgagee of Ihe «aid property; and his address is City of Rak- ersfield, County of Kern, State of California. The properly, fixtures and equipment upon which the said chattel mortgage is to be placed consists of the following Furniture and bar tixturcs located in that certain property known a« the Reeves property located at !29 Third Street in the cily of Arvin, Counly of Kern, State of California. Various tanks and pumps localed in service stations handling Signal Oil Company products, all in and near Arvin, California. The said c-hatlel mortgage Is to bo executed and the consldei atlon therefor will be p:iid on the Fourteenth day of September, A. D. 1944, at the office ot the Anglo California National Bunk, City of Bakersfield. County of Kern, State of California, at Ten o'clock A. M. Dated September 7th, 1944. . .7. H. NOLAN. (SEAL) Mortgagor or JIoi tagee. Slate of California, County of Kern, sa. On this 7th day of September, A. D. 1944. before me, C. Ji. Franey, a Notary* Public in and for said County and Stale, personally appeared ,1. R. Nolan, known to me, (or proved to me on oath of ) to be the person whn^p name is suhscribr-d to the within Instrument, and acknowledged to me thnt he executed Ihe same. IN WITNESS WHKRF.OF. I hnvn hereunto snt my hand and affixed my official se;il Ihe day and -'ear in this certificate first above written. ISKAI.I c. H. FP.ANET. Notary Public in and for said Counly and State of < 'n lifnrnm. Sept. 7 Kern Men in Service A supply sergeant, his truck I driver, Private First Class Daniel A. Burnett, of Grapevine, and his assistant, recently found "the roughest trail in the whole world" while hauling supplies through mountainous country to their First Armored Division Tank Regiment fighting on the Fifth Army front in Italy. "Twelve grinding hours," said Driver Burnett, "and a total of 40 miles traveled. Boy. oh hoy, what a trip, but it was good time, considering everything." A new arrival at Long Beach Army Air Fit-Id was Lieutenant Jack Lynch, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Lynch, 2010 Maple avenue, who is now stationed at Long Beach following extensive service in the Asiatic theater. Holder of the Air Medal and Presidential Citation, is now assigned to Sixth Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command. Lieutenant Lynch has been in the service since March, 1941. Staff Sergeant Paul W. Demky recently passed through an air service command station in England en'route to a well-earned rest after oil missions as a nose gunner on a H--4. Before his return to the United States Sergeant Demky was awarded the Air Medal with three Oak Leaf Clusters and the Distinguished Flying Cross. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Demkey of Route 3, Bakersfieid. Warren G. Dilley, aviation radioman first class, United States Navy, has reported to Navy Preflight School, Athens, Ga., for a three months' course of flight training. Dilley, son of Mrs. T. L. Dilley, Route 7. Bakersfield, graduated from Bakersfield High School in 1941. He completed training at Xatchitoches, La., and Jacksonville, Texas. Second Lieutenant Robert E. Roberson, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Roberson, Route 4, Bakersfield, recently attended a series of lectures in England which included instruction on chemical warfare defense. Before entering the service he was employed as a template maker by the Lockheed Aircraft Company of Burbank. Terence H. Wilbur, of 216 Monte Vista Drive, was commissioned an ensign in the United States Naval Reserve on Wednesday, August 23. He was a member of a class of 191 mishipmen to complete a four- months course in the Naval Training School at Cornell University. James Walter Westbrook, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Madison Westbrook, recently graduated from the aviation electrician's mate school at Jacksonville, Fla., and will probably see service with a naval air unit. Private Floyd E. Ringo, husband of Mrs. Elwood Ringo, Route 7, Bakersfield, has been graduated from the Armored School Tank Department, Fort Knox, Tenn. Technical Sergeant Ernest L. Morgan, radio operator, Route 5, Bakersfield, is a member of the crew at "Bomber Barons." veterans of Pacific warfare. Stationed at Hickarn Field at the time of the sneak Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, this unit has since had an enviable combat record, hitting vital enemy Installations during the campaigns in the Solomons, Central Pacific and northern New Guinea. They have recently completed their five-hundredth mission. Sitting up half the night to administer blood plasma In wounded marines is only one of the accomplishments of Pharmacist's Male Third Class Lee R. Gill of Taft, according to the men in his platoon who are stationed at Guam. "He was out under fire helping us all the time," one marine remarked. "He gave plasma in light provided by star shells. He was everywhere at once and kept the men in high spirits. He is the best corpsman in the whole regiment." Staff Sergeant Ted TT. Hill, husband of Mrs. Essie Hill of Route 4, Bakersfield, has been serving in the European theater for 24 months with the combat support wing, crack trucking organization of the air service command. He Is a member of an outfit that has been commended for its efficiency and team spirit in driving through storms anrl British fog to deliver goods to advanced combat stations. Lieutenant Hewitt M. Clement, son of Mrs. Mary L. Clement, 727 K street, is stationed at an air- service command station in England where he is receiving special instruction. Before entering the army air forces, he was employed as a telephone dial switchman by Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company in Bakersfield. Bob Huesby, soundman second class, is stationed on Treasure Island and is an instructor of sound. Bob is a gradtite of East Bakersfield High School and is now married to" the former Virginia Knight of this city. Among those graduating from- an intensive course of basic engineering training at Great Lakes, 111., was Richard H. Broussard, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Broussard, 108 Monroe street, Taft. Lieutenant George Valencia of Bakersfield, is an instructor at. the basic flying school at Gardner Field, Taft. OVERSEAS MAILING Food specialists of the United States Department of Agriculture suggest that firm, rather soft, thick cookies travel with less breakage than thin, brittle snaps or crumbly butter cookies for oversea mailing. Chocolate brownies and dried fruit are especially good for shipping as square cookies pack in boxes more compactly than round ones. OBITUARY NOTICES GAM'P. LEROY—Graveside services for LeRoy Canup, infant son of Sir. and ilrs. Ollo,w Canup. 931 S street, Bakersfield, who died September 8 at a local hospital, werj held September 7 at 3 p. m. at th« family plot In Union Cemetery. Surviving the baby, besides his parents, are a brother, Edwardui)Ilow Canup. Bakersfield; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Johnson, Bakersfield; auntn. Barbara Walker and Mrs. Russell Stickler. Bakersfield. Pnyne & Son Chapel bad charge of arrangements. DICKKY, SIDN15Y AIXiINK — Funeral services for Sidney AlBine Dickey, 41, who died August 29 at a local hotel, were held September 7 al 2 p. m. at Payne & Son Chapel, the Reverend John Jtiirdouk officiating. Interment was in Union Cemetery. Surviving Mr. Dickey are relatives in North Little Rock, Ark. Hlf.LAN, SIDNEY — Graveside services were held for Sidney lllllan, son of Alvin H. and Nellie Hlllan, of 507 AVoodrow street, Taft. Sidncv was born on Augusi 26, «nd lived only a few hours. He is survived by his parents and two brothers. lOric-kson i- Brown Funeral Home had chargo of the services. LILLY. STELLA MARIA—The remains of Airs. Stella Maria Lilly. 86, who passed away Sunday morning In a local hospital, were sent to Casper, Wyo., Tuesday afternoon by the Erlckson A Brown Funeml Home, for services and interment. Airs. Lilly was born in Oreen Hay. Wis.. and camo to California 25 years ago from Casper, Wyo. She had spent the past seven months in Taft at the home ot her daughter, Sirs. Henrietta A. Vnn Stone, of 601 B street. Besides her daughter In Taft, Mrs. Lilly Is survived by three sons. George Lilly of Casper, Charles Lilly of San Gabriel and William Lilly of Los Angeles; an- other daughter, Mrs. Frank Kcherck of Casper, eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. OTKBO, L1HEBATO—Funeral services for Liberate Otero, 68, who died September 6 at a southern California hospital, will he held September 9 at 10 a. m. at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, the Reverend Joseph Losado officiating. Rosary will be conducted September 8 at 8 p. m. at the Hopson Mortuary. Interment will be in Bakersfield Memorial Park. Surviving Mr. Otero, who has lived In Bakersfield for 34 years, are sin sons, Krnest Otnro. Tony Otero, both of Bakersfield; Harold Otero. United Ktntes Coast Guard; Richard Otero, 1'nlted Slates Army; George Otero, Vniterl States Army: Albert Otero, Tnited States Air Corps; daughters, Jlrs. Rose Wittstruck, National City; Sirs. J. K. Hunt, Norfolk. Va.; Sirs. .1. Clarence. Bakersfield; Sirs. A. R." Romero, Ytima, Ariz.; a brother, Selso * Otero, New Mexico. SHAY, BILLY LKK—Funeral services for Billy Lee Shay, 11, who died September 3 in SImfler, were held September 7 at 10 a. m. at the .lanxen Funeral Home, the Reverend Cecil Pool officiating. Interment was In Shatter Cemetery. Sur-' vivlng the boy are his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Waller G. Shay, Smilhs Corners, Shafier, and one brother, Harold Gordon Shav, armed forces. IN APPRECIATION We wish to express our appreciation for the kindness and symputhy of our friends and for their beautiful floral offerings during our recent bereavement. (Signed): Dr. and Sirs. Mathew Klopp, Dr. and Sirs. Floyd J. Klopp and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jarrett. UNION CEMETERY Furnishes MONUMENTS FLOWER CONTAINERS GRAVE MARKERS AT LOWEST PRICES Office Within the Grounds Monumental Display at Cemetery Entrance Phone 7-7185 Fliekinger-Digier CHAPEL Distinctive Funeral Service at Moderate Cost Phon* 7-7881 Chtitir Avenue at Thirteenth J, 0. FllekiHiir Frank Differ AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY and NIGHT

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