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Per «•!•—MI«C«||«IMOIM Use WARD'S Mineral Mill and pny w nothing until September. Save Fuel. MONTGOMERY WARD AND CO. FARM STORE, 2526 t Chester avenue, Bakersfiekl, Calif. __ 35 Brln» your old ttr«« tn us for recapptns;. We UK Grade A rubber: 24-hour iervlce BENZtNOS SERVICE Twentieth snd tt Streets __ _ . _ 8-5 Madles, Musical Instruments Poultry end Livestock We Have Facilities and Available Parta to Service Any Make Radio Corner K Street and 99 Highway Dial 2-049S 12-2-tf PIANO WANTED— Hit best ca»h price paid for new ond uied planne. Phone 8-8981. CAR ARRtAI.B for «ny make of car. 14.95 and up. Pnstnn Radio, corner of K atreet ^and 9, Hljhwsy. D-l-tf DECORATE your horn* with mlrrore. W specialise In mlrrore end mantel*, well and dnnrs. Rakerefleld Olaie Cnmpanjr ^ 1715 Nineteenth etr«et. LI VACUUM CLEANEHB, Irons. too«ters heatln* pnd». mntori, everything elec trlcal repaired. Money-back guarantee Huntley Appliance Service and Repairs 917 Water street. Phone 2-4570. 6 VOVf IS THE TIME to fertilized befor the rain* berln: 100 per cent pure dalr fertilizer, mechanically pulverized. I B !i load delivered Phone Ruak a airy. 2-4027 2-98S1, I ENJOY meeting my friends on the stree alnce I "an hear with VA(TO1,1TE. Clement Herahey. 2735 Center. Phon _ 2-0571. _ 8-20- RADIO REPAIRS Quick service. General Service Company »ia Baker. Phone i-»m. 4-24^1 •PARK PLUG TIRE PUMPS. Llnde Hardware Company, Tulare. Phone 72 FEES FREE) FREE BAWDUST AND PLANER CHIPS Load It Tourselt BAKERSF1ELD BOX .COMPANY Highway 69 t Mllei South of Town 9-6-t 1942 INTKRNATIONAL pickup hay bale and a C. P. Case tractor. J E. Vance Route 1, Box 328. Delano: 2 miles we* of Highway 09 on Schuster Roa<1. :< VEGETABLE PLANTS OUT FLOWERS Cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage, let luce, celery, other vegetabli plants. Chnap per dozen. Speciu price per thousand. Funeral de siRUP, flowers for all occasions "Wholesale price. House pottp< • plants. Table grapes lOc a pound Open Sundays. 715 L street _Phone 2-4748. 35 FOR HALE—New model H7 Wlncheste pump Run, 12-gatiKe, full choke bore five boxes of shell.s. Box E-SU2. The 1'nlifornlan. FOUR PAIRS praciirtll.v nr-w dross shoes sine 7A, and two pairs 7',3 A A. No stamp. Phone :!-!)MO. 35 ISO BABY BUGGY. 3 months old. perfec condition. $30. 904-A Seventeenth atreet 36 TIRE RECAPPING ONE-DAY SERVICE CLEROU TIRE COMPANY 171- K STREET PHONE 6-6069 Z-29-tf ~Cal 35 FREE DIRT, If you at H210 Kentucky. haul it away. Js'EW soft drink stand, complete with awn- InK; triangular shape. 50-foot counter apnce. Ideal "or Fair concession or permanent locution. Can be seen at 3( M street. 35 FOR SALE — Giis teries. Could Belle iivenue. brooder houses and bat- be used sheeting. 711 3ii ()U SALE—VVeBtlnEhouse oscillating fan. »10. Old English electric floor polisher. $15. 1800 Miles atreet. 35 Caao L. P., with scraper Case L. .A., with scraper D-7 with carryall .1-6 with carryall Oliver 70 4-row cultivator and 4-row planter Tsed Klllefer 6-foot disc One used turnover plow Central Celifornia Implement Company 318 Main. ^ Delano. Phone 47H1 39 FOR SALE — 1 /,1-horsepower atandard electric meat grinder, perfect shape 1943 American sllcer. practically new. Thone 2-6044. 35 FOR SALE—Outboard Class C racing boat. 10-t'oot. fully reconditioned. $35: also have S-horsepower Champion outboard motor. Will «oll or trade for larger motor. Also one .30 Luffar pistol nnd holster, with shells. J50. Phone. 7-71(17 or call 7-K Twenty-fourth street. 36 tADT'S size 20. handsome black rloth coat, fi-lnch brown fur collar: three pairs expensive, hardly worn oxfords, hlnck brown and blue, size 6A. All prewar. very cheap. Phone 3-0298. 35 WASHING MACHINES 'Repaired, quick service. Montgomery Ward, Apex and all makes repaired and rebuilt. General Service Co., 913 Baker, phone 2-9278. ONE COOLER: pair rubber boot*, size 8; logger's boots, size 9: 3-buiner oil stove. Iron bed and two sets of springs, one dinette table, Coleman gasoline range. I J hone 3-2700. 35 FOR RALE — One 12-compartment hulch, one bird case with stand. rabbit Phone 36 VACUUM CLEANER. Irons, clocks and all small appliances lepaired. No delay. (leneral Service Company. 913 Baker. Phone 2-9278. _ ___ 8 -JL'J FOR SALE — Thayer rubher-ilred baby condition, $25. 328 DKKP-WELL PoorlcHS pump. power: cotton trailer, 2-bale. Box 47. Shftfler. de luxe collapsible carriage. excellent Beardsley. _ 35 10-horse- Route I. 35 FOR SALE or trade, woman's cowboy boots, size 7',i: fitted black cloth com. purple wool dress, size 14; large heavy cutKljiK.i vase. one roll hoe wire; butcher's electric grinder. Phone 4-42:in. 35 SWEEPER-VAC vacuum cleaner, slightly used, and electric waffle Iron, also like new. Phone 2-1172. FREE firewood. Phono 2-4538. 1130 Van Site street. 14-HORSEPOWER paint spray compressor, hose and gun; %-horsepower electric motor; one General Electric hand vacuum. attachments; 1-fi-horsepower electric motor; small Maytag gas engine: 4-burner high oven gas range, as Is. $20. Will trade excellent Remington portable typewriter or small General Electric refrigerator, as is. for rudio or deer rifle and shells. 1121 South Mount Vernon. FOR SALE—Man's metul wardrobe trunk $20. Man's practically new blue stripe suit, size 40; gabardine shirt, size 14',4, light blue hat. size 7 Vt ; black shoes, size 10. Complete outfit. $25. 302 Washington avenue, Oildale. FOR SALE—Colt .45 frontier revolver, holster and box of shells. $60. Good con• dltion. Model 70 Winchester .30-06 rifle, excellent condition; 60 shells, $125. Nine boxes of .30-30 ammunition; 2 boxes .250-3000. One .45-70 Springfield field •rifle. 1 box ot K hells, $20. Boy's all- wool suit, hulf price, like new. slue 14. • Two complete series of girl's mystery sioilc.s and other books, half price. Phone 6-6153 or 2506 Niles street. 36 100 PER CENT Phone 2-0679. ill-wool sleeping bag. $15. DART BOARDS CARRON BOARDS WALL BLACKBOARDS A SURPRISING TOY STOCK BAKERSFIELD HARDWARE 2015 CHESTER AVENUE FOR SALE—Leather brief case, tablecloth, crocheted piano scarf, linen scarfs. Ivory toilet set. shoes, odd silver, cut- sherbets. Phone 2-3227. Radios, Musical Instruments FOR AUTO-RADIO SERVICE « now have facilities tor mounting and dismounting auto radio*. Aerial* Installed while you wait. PO8TON RADIO Corner K Street and 99 Highway 8-27-tf HIGHEST PRICEH Dalfi for used radios. RsUersfleld Rndln Supply, 2808 Chester avenue Phona 2-8160. S-11-tf BOUGHT AND SOLD Cabinet Models $29 50 Up All radios offered tor sale have been reconditioned, and are iruaranteed. SERVICE ON ANV MAKE RADIO BAKKRSF1ELD RADIO SUPPLY »8H CHESTER AVENUE DIAL 1.6160 8-11-If KKrtN MUS'ir: SHOP. SOI) Baker. Mualral Instruments, supplies ami sheet music. We repair all musical Instruments; bows i chaired. , 67 CASH for vour old radio, recardless nf nee, mak-; or condition. Phone 2-Dl!KI 702 Washington nvenun. Oililnle. .18 Several Ko.id reronditloned console radios priced *2.i to JJO. Wo also have a few number ?4. :(i. 27. 3ii. 45. 47 and 61 radio tubes for sole. Phon« 2-5193. Buck Itndio Ret vice. 70^ Washington avenue. Oildale. ^ 35 PIANO—Dark mahogany finish, newly tuned and conditioned. 209 least Seventh street. _Phone_2-jif)52. ' 3.-, BABY GRAND PIANO for sale. Cable ft Son. Saxopohone, C Melodv. Phone C-"»I3._ ] 35 1944 Chevrolet Phone 3-1326. push-button radio. GENERAL ELECTRIC tiible model combination rad u-phonopruph: llti folding Kodak ind case, both in perfect coiuJi- llon. Phone fl-3593. TWO cabinet radios in Sunday p. m. at :!r>31 good condition. Chester avenue. FOR SALE- or DodRc 1 -Philco car radio for Plymouth $20. Phone 3-0449. FOR SALK—fablnrt mode 1 . Zenith radio. Klpven tubes, late model, perfect con- dijjon Phone L'-JI2j!T FOR SALK lion with — Radio-phonograph comhina- recorder. Call 2-1740 after 5. FOR SALE—Good 3-quarter size violin, ••omplelc. Phono 2-4952. 1122 Gag'-. 3fi CamerasandPhotography WII, 1 . PAY top price for good 8-mm. movie projector. Write Box G-101. The Call- fornian. 35 developing 3C FOR SALE—6x7 Graf lex nnd tank. 625'/j Thirtieth street. Typewriters, Office Supplies WILL PAY CASH for typewriters, addlnc machines, checkwrltem and cash registers. Lynch Typewriter Company, 1660 • Chester avenue. 6-29-tf FOR SALE—Good Jercey cow. 14 bales of good alfalfa hay. Phone 2-4163. 3j> FOR SALKJ— Two sr»n ol loon work mares. one brood mare with colt. Mr Cirnat. __ Phone 2-70IJ6. 7-m-tf ATTENTION Blood-tested baby chicks, brooders, poultry supplies nnd feed. We bu> your eggs. Chicks IIG hundred. 2219 Union, or 814 Eighth. Phone 7-7028 or 2-9489 Z-l-tf BABY CHICKS $15 per hundred: New Hampshire Reds Rhode Island Reds. Plymouth Rocks. Rock ant. Red Cross: new shipment every Mondav order earlv. Also plenty of metal feeders fountains and poultry medicines. Ward's Farm Store. 232J Chester 4-17-tf OFFERING n number 01 outstanding vear- ling and 2-year-old registered Hereford buir.~ V H. Karpe. Phone 9-U671. 7-19-tf BAH? CHICKS started on order We have colored Broilers. ronstlnB hens Riverview Hatchery. 215 Roberts |j«n«. Phone ,2-9396.1-l».tf BUY. SELL or trade all kinds of livestock. Phone 2-3022. Roy Johnson. 1 mile north Pumpkin Center. 300 vsrds east on Hns- klns Road. <j ATTENTION. POULTRY MEN! Ou. Market Is Ope'i We Pay '''nps for Fryers ano Ronsters One Bloc< West of linst RnUerifield Post Office 1106 Kern Street Dial 2-24SS BRADFORD POULTRY MARKET FOR SALE—15 head of calves in good shape, ranginr from fi months to 1 year; also four good saddle horses Call 2-3478 or iMi>:!a. 36 FOR SALE— Si New Hampshire red pullets. $1 2 i each. 803 his itreet. River- vieiv. I'hone 2-6147. 35 Call our Farm Store now and place your order for fall baby chicks: several breeds and all sturdy, healthy chicks. Get your order in early. . Price per 100, $15.00. 2526 Chc.stor avenue, Bukersfield, Calif. Phone 7-7871. 35 l'"OR KALIf—Ono team mules one team horses, -;ne mare and colt, all enod Htock. Cnn eee the.se at ranch. o»ll ArMn 4S-\-12. evenings :18 Sept. NEW YORK STOCK CLOSE Trading Down on N. Y. Stock Market NM\V YORK Stork — All 1 llrdm I inn AI;L."ka .liiii.'iiu . AMeshany < 'orpora t :on Allied Cheiini'ii! iiml l)y Ili' '.'4 ' - an (an. an <'ar and Knumlry tan and Koremn Pnw,-: an t ,nf ornol I ve • an I'owef and Liwht >an Hail and Steel S an liollinK Mill run Smeller i,nil lief an St^t-; l-'oijndrirs an T"l and Trl Tiibm c'i> I! \Vali-i WnrkH Xmi . I. rad ami Silver FOR SALK or trade, two Palomino fillies. Kentle :i-year-olfln; one hlack fi-yen r-olcl pony. Ei-mli for Indies or children: one new Iliaer saddle ftnrt hianke' . one TexfiB Sleidai- two-tone, nice, parade fladdle, with blanket. One mile north of Pumii- _ ll' n __{' f ' I Jl l J^l : _ _ .15 FOR SALE— Fnt bull calf, milk and barley fed. Beat offer taken him. Phone _ II-IJ841 or 1IIOC Belle Terrace. _ 88 FOR SALK or trade. 8-year-old saddle mare. (^nlle. for women and children. . ['hone 2-09.11. 35 SADDLTC ln-rsen and middles for sale. One Rood worn mare, will sell or trade for waddle horse, broken or unbroken. Phono 4-40:10 ur IJ-ISSI!. . 35 and 655 FOR SALH—YouilB Guernsey heifSr. 13 months old. JCO. dase Lane. Phone 2-9904. FOR SALK—One fresh cow with calf. Call after 5 p. m.. 3-fi05n. FOR "" ~ Jersey Brun- 36 bull 36 SALK—One stylish bay snddle horse. Kentle. but with plenty of life. I'hone .T74-.1. Taft. Calif. 3(5 Ami-r Amer A mo t Amer Am* 1 !' A mfrirjt n Amerit ii n A mcnm ti AllltM H'.'lll Aui'M'n ;lll A nit'rii n n Anaconda Armour ;iml ('o Atrhison. TnppUji All.'inlli- Rnfinery A\'i(ition Corporation I'.n lihvin l.ornmntivo Halt imoi-p & Ohio ItariiHdull Oil lictulix A vi;i t ion ll-lhlchi-i l Steel Hoi'inir Airpluin 1 Rot don \ 'ompHnv Hoia-Warnor ISii^K'H Ma nu fa.: in i InK Hudd .Manufacturing lUldd Vlipp! Cini.'tdian I'acifii•' '. . .. ('aso ('omi'fi nv ("clanose < 'prpot ation ('hr> Nlcr t 'orpoi :• lion ColKiil. •-Pnlmollvn-l'ec't Cnltllnliia (ins ft Klei-t rlc ('oinmori'ia' In\-fstmont Trust Conimorcla. Solvontn ('ojnmon\\-i>:ill!i & Southern ('oUHoli'latoi? Ivlison I'ontjiinor rnrporat inn ('onlinenml Oil Pol <'01 n I'rod'u ts Crown 7.oi crliat h Cnritss-Wriffhl Hist. (Vv,i —Soatfrnnfs lloiittlas AiriTnfl nnl'ont DoN'omour Klectrl A'lto Llfiht ;... l-lloi-tiic Pii-vpr anil LiKht Ki-it 1 lla ilroad Ccnornl K.'prlrl- C.onornl Foods (Icnoral Motors 1 I 7 1 4 • :IK' 10% f> \ '.' \ " ' I (J 1 S •'• "i' "I "iti 1 IIS* 4:'.' 4 ' It Coodyeu 1 'I'ii- ('.real North Cl'O'hound IfnilHtnii Oil Hudsnn Mcitnis Illinois Onlral I nspi ra I io'i ('opper Inti-rlake Iron . 1 n terna t iona Har\- . and lluhhp, n ptd in- 1 , S 7 d 7S- 1 * l>- I ' I Illh .Miirra.v :\a«h-k.' .VHIMII.-ll .V.It I.Ml.l I National Nat inna! National Nit t innii I Sup).! Now York iv,, .V'.' ih Ami-i •• a: North An,..,-., .n l h' 1 ! M I 'a- 11 ii (hi I'm U.it.I M,,n,i- I'a ratnount I'i' I I'helps }'"',\K, Public S"i\.. Pullman I'm- (hi Radio Coin." Kadio-K-i Ki'Hiiiictni Kopuldh- l!"Miolil« Mi.•!! ' I'n Simmon-. c,,mt Snrnn\ -\'a. mini Southoru I'a. it Scan tu'i n K;i ; l\\ Sparki \V ml I.'Kill 11 17 7 , S ', I 1 - 1 * 14 \ 111'. I>OU -lONKS AVKRAOKS i'losing Dow-.lniics nvprnge!": Fn- rltistriul, H:l..11. off O.'JO; rail, :^'.:4. .,ff O.iiS; utility. 24..TS, off n.ll; :HK| t>!> stocks, SI. 14, off O.U). SHIPS \\c\-fi 275.690 sharps riRiiinst nT-i.470 nn AtiKtist 12. the lust previous Saturday session. i'iiil> lurr.nvpr was 67,'.MD against 1()4.NSO nil August ID. U.-iilm.'i.l irlun rl > I P.H ; Si a nda ril Slanilanl (hi of Ca lifin ma Standard ml of Indiana Standard ihl or N..\v ,lct> Slewitl I -\\'a i nor Stnnc & Wobhcr Stlldi'liakcr Corpiir:ilton Texas Corpora l ion 'I'lilf Water AsAocialeil Oil Tiink"n-I>ot t ..it Avlo Timken Roller Hearing Triinva m.'ru'a Tvonli.'lh Cfntuiy I'V.x ... I'nion Carl.ulo 1'nion Oil of California I'nion I'M. if,, 1'nuod Air Lin..n Airrraft Coi pot al iun I'" I 'las Imp 1'iiilod Slates Rubber I 'nili'd SI ati's Stf ol WH hvort h AVarnor P.r.iv West PHI I'nio Westiimhouse Whn.. M r U'fH,!«•,,, 1|| r;ir>h A ic and A H «» 29', .. IS'd ..104 1", 1 'a --* . 12 4 :, ' 101 Dogs and Other Pets WANTED TO BUY—Good used typewriter. Phone 2-324. after 6 p. m. 36 WANT to rent for nno month, one stand ard niako typewriter with 12-Inch carriage or wider. Phone 4-4553. City treasurer. 35 UNDERWOOD standard model typewriter in perfect condition. 711 Crawford Btreet. just off North Bakor. Fruits and Vegetables 69c FOR FULL LUG Bring your own containers, same kind of pears we had year. The last 1019 Baker East Bakersfield 8-17-tf Medium Size, Full Lug 69c FULL LUG Bring Your Own Containers 019 East Bakersfield 8-30-tf LARGE No. 1 PEACHES $1.25 PER LUG 126 NORTH CHESTER Just Across the Bridge, the Fourth Building HAVE ONIONS—Yellow. Spanish and white wax. 11 per lug. Brlns own containers. Also have picklinc onions. Northwest corner ot Allen Road anrl Rpyednle Highway. 35 $2.69 Full Lug. Bring your own containers. 1019 Baker East Bakersfield 9-7-tf Saturday. Sunday and Monday No. 1 extra jarse clings, especially delicious for canning Better hurry. They won't Inst lonff Flense hrine containers. Open til! 9 p. m. and all day Sunday. 1600 Palm Drive, corner of Pacific near Kern General Hoapllal. 3(1 BANNING PEARS AND PEACHES fountain-grown Tehachapi pears, i good size. 1.39 lug. We also have some large choice packed orange cling peaches, $1.39 by the lug. Mooney'o Market Spot Eighteenth and Union. Phone 3-0961. 35 WAN'TEIJ—Good homo for while male kitten. 192.i Tiventy-tlilrd street. :i G FOR SALE—Four nice female Terrier puppies, cheap. Phone 2-6033. ;',5 FOR SALE—Pedigreed Cocker Spaniol iniripifH. 2000 Twenty-first si roe L I! 7 IRISH SETTK.ll pups from eciod hunting stock, rensnnn hip. Phone r>-.",L'SL'. THUEE-MONTH-OlJo" m puppy, riinne S-t-'lMS. Schipnerkp 36 Legal Notices NOTICE TO AITKAB AND SHOW No. ««m. I)€0t. 2 In the Superior Court ct the State California, in and lor the County Fresno In the Matt«r of the Application ot C. V JiAWKlNS. A. ./. COBBS, J. W. GUYLER, .1. E. WHEK1.KH and G. H. RliYNOl.ua being more than one-half ol the total number of the Bnard ot Directors of the CALIFORNIA PEACH A FIG GROWERS, a corporation, formerly CALIFORNIA PEACH GROWERS, for the dissolution nf said corporation. To all stockholders, trust certificate holders, and creditors of the CALIFOR. MA PEACH & FIG GROWERS, a corporation, formerly CALIFORNIA J'EACH GROWERS: You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 16th day of Way. 1944. C. A. HAW." INS. A. .1. COB13. .1 W UUJLER, .1. E. WHEELER and G H REYNOLDS. heins more than one-half of th- total number of the Board of Directors of the CALIFORNIA PEACH Ii FIG GROWERS. K corporation. formerly CALIFORNIA PEACH GROWERS, filed their petition In this Court, praying that said corporation be dissolved and its assets be- distributed among its stockholders and trust certificate holders after payment of debts, If any. You are herebv further notified that by order of the Court a hearln.- upon said application will be had before said Court in Department No. 2 ):-. the Courthouse In the County of Fresno. State of California, on the 2nd day of October. 1944. at »:30 o'clock a. m. of said day. when and where all persons Interested may appear and show cause. If any the.v have, why said application should hot be granted. You are further notified that claims ot itockholders. trust certificate holders, and creditors against the Corporation may be filed at the office of the Corporation located at 513 T. W. Patterson Building. Fresno. California, up to the date of said hearing. At the time of said hearing the Court will be asked to fix and determine '.he rights of all stockholders, trust certificate holders, and creditors and shall distribute the assetn of the Corporation In accordance with said findings. To assure payment to tho proper parties entitled, it is necessary that all stock and trust certificates be surrendered to the Corporation at Its offici ar 61.1 T. W. Patterson Building Fresno California, prior to 'ie 2nd day nf October, 1944. K. DUSENBERRT. Clerk. By B W. E1LAND. Deputy Clerk. .Inly 22. 2»: Au» 5. 12. 1». 2«- Pept. 2. !'. 16, 23. 30. Stock Quieted on Northern Market SAX FRANCISCO, Sept. S. <'*»— Stocks njuiotC'd today after yesterday's turmoil. Among the few that turned higher were Farnsworth and Bank of. California, which readied news highs fur the year on fractional gains. Transamerica edged up '.« to 9'.... Stock— Aircraft Accessorlo.s Anglo-California Bank , Bank of California Crocker Xationul Bank Farnsworth Clalland Mercantile (Jeneral Motors Masnavox Pacific Coast Agcrcualcs Pacific Gas and Klec. li r r pfd. Pacific Public Service 1 pfd Sf-n Manricio Sound VHMV Pulp pfd "... AVest Indies Sugar Clone 4 \ !!4 142 18% I4U 15 (ill 'ft s ><• 4 \ 37 Vt -0 r '« * RAPES .'or .tellies are ready now. Canning a.id table tomatoes are plentiful. Panama Stan on Taft Highway, near Panama Bin. 36 ANOTHER crop bltickeyc peas nnd nkra ready Come eurly for rjiuintlties. "Dunwanderin" i'arm, Fruitvalc avenue. Phone 2-7093. , TORE CLOSING for two weeks vacation. Closing out all running fruits. Larg« pears. $1.25 a IUB. Skinner seedling apples. $2.65 per box. Momeca watermelon*. 2c per pound. Oasabax. 3c per pound. Earl Chester. . . Couts Market. 144 North TOP PRICES paid for late node) radios. Poiton Rodin Hervlce. corner of R and t» Highway. Phone 1-04.1 »-i.i» WILL PAX highest cash price piano. Call f-t«7i. for your l-f«-tf FOR SA % 8-1226. SALE—B-flat cornet, 140. Phone 38 BOLTON saxophone, lacquered, like new E Flat alto, gold Phone 4-4280. _ 85 WANTED— Standard size trumpet for school boy; portable radio, metal wagon and china cabinet; for sale, Santa ft passenger suit and cap. Phone 2-3510. f-Tt'BE PHILCO console, late model, In good condition; also 8-lube Atwatfr- Kent, Can be seen this evening after 7:30. or Sunday afternoon at 3ii31 Ches- >ttr avenue. FLOWER NURSERY t's time to plant now for winter vegetables. Onions, swiss chard, cabbage and celery plants, 50c pet- hundred. Fresh out flowers of all kinds at reasonable prices. Save your money. See us before you buy. Open Sundays. Phone 4-4871. Call at 1311 O street corner of Fourteenth and O streets. 35 Poultry and Livestock FOR SALK —Brood mare and 2-month-old horee colt Phone a-1936 after 6. 35 FOR SALE—Chicken fryers rabbit fryers, colored hjns. One block west of Pierce Road on Getty street. 36 FOR SALE — Thoroughbred Hampshire boar nig, 6 months old. Phone 2-4059. 39 FOR SALE—New Hampshire starting to !ay. Phone 3-1&46. pullets 36 FOR SALE—Jersey cow, good milker, for 1100. Call 737 Mount Vernon 01 phone 2-363C. FOR SALE— Seven Muscovy ducks, 1805 Orange street. 110. TWO doe and ter Lane one buck, 15. 3291 Ches- FOR SALE — dray Phone 2-5141. , (addle mare, gentle. 3f CKRTIFICATK OF HUSINKSS The undersigned do hereby certify that the.v are conducting a transpnrtatlon, construction, excavating- and kindred businesses at 120 Thirty-fourth Street. Bakersfield. California, under the fictitious firm name of STATE TRANSPORT CO.. and .hat said firm is composed of the following persons whose names and places of, residence are as lollows. to-wlt* ED .1. PHOENIX, P. O. Box 761. Bak- ersfleld, California. JOHN HALWAX. 2701 South Tenth Ave- nut. Monrovia. California. Witness onr hands this 17th day of UBU61. 1944. KD .1. PHOENIX JOHN HALWAX Slate of California. County of Kern. ss. On Ihls 17th day of August A. D.. 1944. before me. a Notary nubile In and for the said County and Stale, residing therein, luly commissioned and sworn, personally appeared ED ,1. PHOENIX and JOHN HALWAX, known lo me to be the per- hofie names are subscribed to the Instrument, and acknowledged to me that they executed the same. In Witness Whereof. 1 have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal the day and year in this certificate first above written. PHIL JACOBSON. Notary Public In and for said County and State. Aus. 19. 20; Kept. 2. 9. 16 CKKTIFICATK OF BUSINESS IH.TITIOIS NAME The undersigned do r.ereby certify that the.v are conducting a cocktail lounge, at Bakersflt'ld. California: under the fictitious name and style of La Siesta and that said firm Is composed of C. A. Crafton of Bakersfield. Califnnia; r. W. Crafton nf Bakersfleld. California: ant 1 S. S. Base of Bakersfield California. WITNESS our hand this, the first day of March, 1944. f. A. CRAFTON I. W. CHAFTON S. S BASE Stale of California. County of Kern, ss. On the firsi day of March. 1944, before Me the undersigned, a notary public In and for said Cnun'.v and State, personally appeared. C. H. Craltnn. 1. W. Crafton. nnd S. S. Unse. known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the within Instrument and ack- knnwledgcd to me that they executed the eaioe. WITNESS mv hand and official seal. E O. TAYLOR. Notary Public. My commission expires September 27. 1944. Aug. -fi; Se;it. 2. 9. 16. 2H. Cotton Futures NEW YORK. Sept. 9. (/P) — Cotton miivrd lower today on scattered hedlin Ki'lluiB ami liiiuidution. partially Influenced l>y "it 1 favorable war news. Offcr- itiKs met on!..- limited mill buying as tr.ulors -vtyro roliiclanu to make conimil- IIHMIIH over the week end. Futures closed IS to 4f. cpnts a bale IOWPI-. Ucliher 21. .'18. December 21.17*1' 21.1*. Mar.-h 20. 9J. May. 20. <M. July 20.2:1. .Middling spot 21.33 nominal. Los Angelas Produce LOS ANOKLES, Sept. 8. (IP)— Trading In fruits and vegetables was fairly good today. Cantaloupes, squash, celery and corn sliBhtlv stronger; peaches firm on best sizeu; peas and cabbage firm; Kentucky beans slightly weaker. Cantaloupes Local and Satlgus Hales Best, jumbo 3Gs and larger 1 1. 75 P 2. 25: Sun Jnnquin valley .iumbo :l(is and lamer t:.. r >0@3: Honcydpws. San Joanuln valley Jumbo Cs-Sn $2. 2.102.50: casabas. Sun Jonquin val'ey jumbo 6s-Ss $2(5*2.25. Squash: White summer, local. San Diego county and northern. lugs $2(0)2.26; Kalian. lugs $202.50; yellow crookneck. lugs '2(3 2. 25; lianann, local and San Diego county. 2 !j (•/• .Ic Ih. Pcachest heaumonl-Vuca ip.l Hales, (ids and larger 9 ( ft.9 1 jc Ib. : Snn Joaquin valley l-.idlnns. '-<6t and larger. I Oc Jb. : Washington Hales, boxen 40s-iiOs $2(B'2.20. Peas: Mendocino county. 14( Ib. ; Snnta Clara county -14014. 9n Ib. ; Idaho :iO-lb. crnu-s, holdovers. 50c. CahbnKe: Local. CRnnonbah. crates JX4."i O:l.f>0 per c\vt.. red cabbage $3. 45 <ii :i. 50 per cwt. Beans: Lornl San Dingo county nnd northern. KenlucUys S fr I Oc Ib. : blackeyes lOiiMlc .'.i.; l.imas. local and San Dit^o county bush GfaSc Ib. ; Ca rpinlerin Sto' lOc Ib. (Vlpry: Local. Pascal. 20-22 in. crates J'2.25(j( 2.50; Sturdec. crates, ulied pack $3.25. Corn: Coldcn Cross, local. H-o'j doz.. IIIKS J1.2fi ft 1.3.">; S:mln Clnrn county. sacks, 5-5U> doz.. holdovers. $1,25. Los Angeles Livestock LOS ANIjELEH. Sopt. 9. (/f) — Cattle salable for week 7025; compared Friday h(st wepk: Steers mostly Mendy she stock sipudy to "iOi- higher: bulls 25 tn 50t- biKhpr; stockcrs nnd feeders stettdy; Rood fed Ktecrs SI 4.25 &\ 5. (10 : bulk medium to Koo.l $ 1'.: tfi' i 4 common to medium $'.'.75 ''/ 1 2 . 7 f> : common to medium Ki'fiss hellVrs Jitoi 12.:V. : rev.- fed heifers JUSM4; medium to fio.id cows $10 | M-12.50 cutler and rommon $2 S5 <§'< !i. 75 ; fanners and cutters tilif/'S: medium tn good bulls J!).5<><ft 1 1.50: medium to sood feeder stectw $9<[i 1 1 .50. Calves sn In bin for week 1450: 50c to Jl higher: medium to choir,* calves mid venl- ers $ 1 2. 50 (ft ; 1 j ; (.ommuii to medium $10 ifc-12. HOKS salable tor week 4000, slpjuly at < piling levels; hulk medium to choice Kfi- 240 II..*. 515,75; medium to choice sows JM.BOfi-14.5n. Sheep snlablo lor week 2850: 25 to 50c lower; medium to choice wooled lambs $13.2551)14.45; common to cood I12@12.75: medium to kood No. 2 pelt ewes S4 sorted Ht $"; meditnr. to good feeder lambs nt $10. Poultry and Eggs LOS ANOELES. Sept. 9. (OR)— Wholesale prices eonHumer fii-adr: Lartie, m-mle A 49C(i>5Jr. grade H 30tf^3c; medium trade A .19C'l40c; small, Brad? A 18(M9c. Retail prices to consumer: Large, crade A A (!2<7f64c. grade A 57®BOc. (trade H 40®43c; medium. grade AA r,lii-54c. grade A 49fe51c; small. grade A 24'i WS9c. Candled Ki'Hded epps to rotnilers (ruses): Large, grude AA '> I 'a ((i 1 5(1 'jr. Krade A 1 til ^2 l -jf. Krnde B .t.'iffj.'ltic; medium, grade A 42i&'40c; small, grade A 22<ff2lic. Los Angeles Cash Grain LOS ANUKLKS. Sept. 8. (/PI— Prices quoted are cwt. field run. In carlots only. ( 'a lid)! n,o barley, grading 40 Ibs.. bulk (2.17'. a (if-2.22'1. Yellow rnilo. No. 2. bulk (2.42',» e>2.47!i. California wheat, bulk. N'o. 1 hard 01 soft while $2.60W'2.C5. No. J outs, 35 Ibs.. bulk $J.r,Oift2.<J5. Government Bonds NEW YORK. Sept. S. (^p>_The closing Trices of bonds on the New York .Stock Exchange: Treasury 2 I .L'S. <I9-(I4. June. 100.8. ~'.-JK, 70-115. 100.12. Five Issues Up on S. F. Stock Market SAX KRANVISOO. Sept. H. (JPl— The stuck market cut its euslt>mar.\ half-Saturday sessions to 2'j hour's today because of the Admission Da;i holiday but few traders were inter ested. Only 1U issues were traded—f were up. 4 down and :i unchanged— and shfire volume was only 2.S-16 worth .$'.)!. 19L 1 . Bishop oil .'Hid Pacific Oas com mon each advanced ',. Tide Watei Oil common eased 'j,'and Stnndarc of California. ',. Transamerica amoiiff the unchanged, sold at !)•% St«»-k — Close Trati tisn niei n :i Racing Board Gives Sou. California Dates SAX MATKO. Sept. ft. (UR)— The California llncitiR Commission today allotted dates for a 34-day winter rnrliiff meet at Hollywood Park and a ofi-day winter meet at Sanla Anita Park. The hoard granted Hollywood Park a season to start Wednesday, November 1. and (o continue to De- ccMiiber Hi. plus five additional days for charity. It withheld issuance of an actual permit to race but allowed the Hollywood Turf Club, operators of Hie track at Inglewood, 15 days to turn in a list of dates in which proceeds will he set aside for war relief. If the board finds the war relief program satisfactory, the permit will be granted. Commissioners Charles Cooper and Dwight Murphy represented the board. Chairman Oeorge Payne was not present. At Its .luly meeting the commission said it should 'Issue Hollywood Park and Santa Anita dates only if the \Var Manpower Commission agreed that racing would not Interfere with war produclion. The WMC was not mentioned at today's meeting. CEKTII ICATK OF III KIN ESS FI4JTITIOi;S NAME Tho underslEned do hereby certify that they are conducting a "ocktall lounge, at Rakersfleld California: under the fictitious name and style of Tom's Tropical Inn and that said firm Is composed nf C. A Crafton nf Bakersfield, California: I. W. Crafton of BakcrHfield. California: and 8. S. Base of Bakersfield. California. WITNESS our hand this, the first day of March, 1844. C. A. CRAFTON I. W, CRAFTON s. a. BASE:. State of California, County of Kern, ss. On the first day nf March, 1944, be- fo e rne. the undersigned, n notary public In and for said county and slate, personally appeared, C. >•.. Crafton, I. W. Crafto.i, and 8. S. Base, known to me to be the persons whose name* are subscribed tn -the within Instrument and ack- knnwledged tn me that they executed the same. WITNESS nfy hand nnd official seal. E. O. TAYLOR. Notary Public. My commission oxplrca September 27. 1944. Aug. 26; Sept. 2, ». It, It. Rating of Aircrewmen Available to Youths "Aircrewman." one of the most lesirable of navy ratings, is now available to 17-year-old applicants who qualify through physical and mental examinations, it was announced today by Leroy C'. Spioux.za, recruiter in charge of the Bakersfield Navy Recruiting Station. To those who pnsst the examinations the raitntr of seaman second ciuss is given immediately and a» soon as they graduate from operational training, ready for combat, they win their silver navy wing. Those interested may call at the recruiting station, room 4, post office building, Bakersfield for more detailed Information. P. F. C. Arnold Polin Is Wounded in Action Private First Class Arnold T. Polin, son of Mrs. Dolores T. Polin, 1007 Dolores street, has been wounded in action in the Mediterranean area, according to a report from the war department through ABsoef'.Ued Press. Jap-American Home Shift Is Predicted WASHINGTON, Sept. fl. <.A?>— Between L'5.000 and 35.000 of the Japanese Americans who were forced to leave their homes on the west coast will remain permanently in other parts of the country after the war, Dillon S. Myer. director of the War Relocation Authority, estimated today. A major permanent shift in population is occurring as a result of the 1942 evacuation of Japanese-Americans from California, Oregon and Washington. Already 5S(iO of them are living in Chicago, 14(5!) in Cleveland. 1433 In Denver, S!H in New York, 862 In Detroit, 84(! In Salt Lake City, and 7fi2 in Minneapolis. On the basis of Myer's estimate, between 60,000 and 70,000 will wish lo return to their homes when the war department gives permission. NK\V YORK, Sept. !). (L'.P) — Trading fell off sharply in tho short session on the stock market today and prices registered an irregular decline. Dealings in most oC the lending Issues wore verv dull, reflecting the cautious attitude of traders unwilling to risk commitments over the week end. I'nlted States Steel had a relatively large volume nnd lost nearly a point. Its recession had an adverse Influence on other sections of the list although some of the steels held steady. Automobile issues were neglected but on balance they were about unchanged. Rails eased a trifle in the averages and other major groups receded. Oils sagged with Texas Company and Standard Oil (N. J.) at their lows of the year. American Telephone lost more than a point, the widest loser among the blue chips. Liquor issues were depressed with new lows in American Distilling and Park & Tllford. Eastman Kodak preferred rose more than five points to a new high . Renssalaer & Saratoga gained mo.c than a point Mullins Manufacturing preferred equaled its high on a rise of more than three points. PEACE PLANNERS IN VOTEJSPUTE RUSSIA WITHHOLDS AGREEMENT ON ISSUE WASHINGTON, Sept. 9. OP)—The Russian delegation to Dumbarton Oaks is still withholding agreement with Oreat Britain and the United States on whether a nation should be allowed to vote In the world security organization on disputes involving Itself. This problem, which was disclosed today, may not be settled before the end of the deliberations between Russia, Britain and the United States on plans for an international agency to keep peace, and inny have to be worked out by Stalin,' Roosevelt and Churchill themselvHs. It is the one point, it was understood, on which the Russians have firmly refused a compromise agreement. The issue Is deeply significant, because officials feel it is the one way of enabling the world organization to function in case one of the big four nations is an aggressor. The agreed voting procedure on the council of the proposed agency is that the decision to use force against an aggressor must be made by at least a majority of the council, specifically Including all the permanent "big power" members. Thus, under the general voting procedure, any of these five countries—the United State*, Britain, Russia, China, and, eventually France—could effectively veto international action against itself. 1000 Bombers Lash Ruhr, Rhineland LONDON'. Sept. 9. (IP)— More than 1000 Flying: Fortresses and Liberators, escorted by more than 2Eo Mtis- angs, smashed today at industrial jnd rail targets In the Ruhr nnd thineland ahead of advancing Allied armies. The big American bombers hit Mainz, Mannheim and Dusaeldorf. During the night R. A. F. Mosquitos smacked at Nurenberg asain, minding out a heavy day which saw Brest pounded twice and the Le lavre and Boulogne garrisons again buttered by the big bombers. Heavy bomber attacks were car- •ied out yesterday against oil plants it Ludwlgshafen, rail yards at \arlsruhe, and depots and factories jii the outskirts of Mainz. A constant patrol wan kept last ight over shipping around the Dutch Islands although pilots re- jorted seeing- no concentrations vhlch might suggest evacuation at- empts. Mosqultos set bridges afire In the •'lushing area of southern Holland vhere the Germans are trying to scape from Belgium by crossing the Schelde, and also In the Rotterdam vlclnltv. ON Ft'RLOrOH—Home on furlough from service in tlu> United Stales Navy, .lohn (.tackle) Harries, fii'finaii second class, is visiting his parents. Mr. and .Mrs. J. O. Hurries of l.'iOl California avenue, after 14 months of continuous service in I he south Pacific. Young Harries wears six battle stats, each of which represents his participation in a major engagement. He graduated frnm the Hukersfield High School Iti 1942 and was a sergeant in the school's cadet corps. Post Office Clerk Runs 'GrandHoteT HUNDREDS OF LETTERS WITH INCOMPLETE ADDRESSES RECEIVED Ry AKMNK K.VVER Proprietor of a miniature "Grand Hotel" Is Mrs. Elizabeth Bolen, clerk at the general delivery win dow of (he Bakersfield Post Office which daily handles hundreds of letters marked with addresses like Pauline Smith, General Delivery, Bakersfield, or Pauline Smith, Bakersfield, or more simply as was recently the case, Pauline, Bakersfield. Maintaining a display window of address oddities, Mrs. Bolen undaunted by the distressing lack of detail on addresses such as this one. sticks unidentifiable letters in (he bars of her cage and hopes for the best. Sometimes, to her amazement— in fact, very often—the steady customers, habitual display window gazers, come across their own letters in the cage. Pauline found hers. Housing Short:) RP. The small cubicles lining walls of her both become more and more crowded as the housing shortage becomes more acute and Mrs. Bolen weeds out- numbers of old letters whose prospective recipients have been forced to move on to places where housing is available. Many people simply have no addresses with which to supply correspondents. In this category is a number of new teachers who use general delivery faciltlea because they have been unable to find housing, she explains. Faces become familiar to Mrs. Bolen, who sees the same callers as many as six times a day. "Some people don't seem to have anything to do but wait for mall," «he supposes. Alany letter-seekers come waiting for word from their servicemen overseas. Quite a few Ret stranded in town and come looking for money from relatives back home. Used Car Dealers Must File Inventory Kern county automobile dealers will be required to file an inventory of cars on hand as of September 11. the reports to be In the hands of the local Office of Price Administration board by September 21, according to an announcement by Charles R. Bnird, regional OPA administrator. The order was recommended by the automobllo industry advisory committee, which expressed concern that some dealers were getting unfair shares of the available supply of used cars by illegally paying more than the "as is" price. L. A. Doctor Speaks at Society's Dinner (iKH.MAN SHIP HITS MINE STOCKHOLM, Sept. S. C*)—The Herman transport ship \Vestfalen was reported to have hit a mine yesterday off Gothensburg, Sweden, sinking with the loss of more than -00 (iermans and Norwegians. Swedish officials denied there were any soldiers on board and scouted reports current here that the ship may have been carrying troops from Norway. Ralph Hicks Victim of Oil Field Accident KILLED—The navy department, through Associated Press, has announced the death of Corporal Charles S. Bowman, son of Mrs. Edith M. Bowman, 710 Jackson street. Corporal Bowman served with the marines. Ralph Illcks, "K. IDI'7 Xilfs street, died today at a local hospital of injuries received In an accident at 101k Hills yesterday. Oreenlawn Chapel has charge of funeral arrangements. Mr. Hicks, who spent 15 months in Australia in the army, Is survived by his mother, Mrs. j. W. Hicks, Bakt-rsfield, his widow, Mrs. Ralph Hicks and his bahy, and a twin brother, Harry Hicks, all of Bakersfield. Boy, 14, Confesses Slaying of Girl 10 SAN LEANDRO. Sept. 8. (U.RI—A 14-year-old San Leandro boy today confessed to police that he beat to death a. 10-year-old girl who was caring for three sleeping babies next door to his home. The boy, Robert Oeorge Andree, a junior high school student, was found hiding behind a tree in a field three blocks from the scene of the murder, nnd readily confessed to Deputy Sheriff James Ruy. The body of the girl, Shirley Pratt, was described hy Deputy Sheriff Claude Burriston as the "most brutally abused corpse" ever brought Into the morgue. "Surgical Diagnosis and Reflexes" was the. topic of an after-dinner speech delivered by Dr. Creighton Brigham of Los Angeles at the banquet of Kern County Osteopath ic Society and women's auxiliary on September ,'j at the home of Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Priester. VISUAL AIDS TO BE DISCUSSED EXPERT FROM L A. TO SPEAK HERE TUESDAY Changes coming in education through the use of films and othar visual aids will be discussed before) Kern county parents, teachers, school officials and business leader*) Thursday at 8 p. tn. hy one of the nation's authorltlp? on visual education. Bruce A. Findlay, head 'supervisor of visual education for the Los Angeles public schools, according to an announcement by Leo B. Hart, superintendent of Kern county schools. Mr. Findlay will discuss "Visual Education—Todays Challenge to Oui* Public Schools," in th<; auditorium of Washington School. "This meeting was planned as an educational institute for which all Kern county teachers will receive Institute credit," Superintendent Hart stated. Since Mr. Findlay will bring some ot the best thinking on one o£ jthe most significant developments that has occurred in instructional methods in many years, the meeting has been opened to all parents and other who wish to come, Mr. Hart declared. Strike Threatens Production of B-29s CHICAGO, Sept. 9. (UE>— A strika of ti:;4 workers at the huge Dodge plant of the Chrysler Corporation thi-patcncd today to cut off all production hy the largest producer of B-i!0 Superfortress engines. The strike already has forced Closing of the aesembly section, and a company spokesman said a continuance of the walkout eventually would force the entire plant to close. Henry Tnugh, president o£ Local 274. of the United Automobile Workers Union (C. I. O.), said the «trik« was unauthorized, and other union officials explained that the strikers were disgruntled over the promotion of one man ahead of 92 others in violation of seniority rules. The company said the promotion waa made on merit. Army air force officers planned t(J address the strikers late today In an attempt to get them back to work. HALF STRIKING FORD ' EMPLOYES ON JOB DETROIT. Sept. 9. (UB—ford Motor Company officials said that between 1000 and 1300 of the 2000 crane operators and riveter* who struck yesterday at the Willow Run plant were hack on the job today and that production of B-24 Liberator bombers would be resumed on as nearly a normal scale as possible. The company sent home 20,OOQf clay shift workers yesterday after It became impossible to function on schedule, and sal dthat an insufficient number of the 15,000 night shift! employes reported to allow production. Man on Guam for Two Years Is Decorated WASHINGTON. Sept. 9. (UR)— Oeorge R. Tweed, the naval petty officer who hid from Japanese on Guam for more than two years. today was awarded the Legion oC Merit by Secretary of Navy James Forrestal. Tweed, who has been promoted to the rank of warrant officer, was cited for exceptionally meritorious onduct" during his isolation on 3uam and for aiding American invasion forces by supplying valuable nformation he obtained while hiding on the Island. Al Smith Warn Against Victory Day Falling NBAV YORK, Sept. 9. UP>~- It's a, 1250-foot drop from the top of the 102-story Kmplre State building and Alfred E. Smith, president of th« world's tallest structure and former Democratic presidential nominee, doesn't want anybody to get hurt on V-Day. % He has Issued instructions for V-Day to tenants "not to allow occupants of their offices to throw anything out of the windows." Nazi Robot Bomb Lands Near Paris, Kills Four PARIS, Sept. 8. (Delayed) jcrman flying bomb landed early oday at a point In the Paris basin, .11 area about 40 miles around the apital. and killed at least 4 persons nd injured 12. U was the second robot bombing f Paris. The first attack was a veek ago. The populace showed • ttle concern. OBITUARY NOTICES DKAKMOM). AI.ON7.O—(JravFMlile »efv- H-p* for Morixn Iieurnioiul. infum son of .Mr. and MrH. Charles T. Dearmoml. TOO Cumulc Htrcet. Oildale who ilipil .Si-piember 7 .it a local hoHuitnl. were held September 8 ot '2 p. ni. In t'nion Ometeiy. Klii-fcinger-Dlgier Chapel had hnrnH of arrangements. DI'NX. FRANK 1KIVIS— Funeral serv. i''f> for Frank Lewi* Dunn. (ill. of Siana I'timti station, will tie held at the Krlrkmni nnd Urown Home, on Sunday ut L' o'clock, with the Reverend l-Vlix It. McQuovvn of tho First Christian Church, conducting the rites. Mr. Unnri. a native of Pennsylvania, was born on November 22. ISSt. »nd came 10 California 18 years ago. and tn Taft 4 yi-ars aiio. an an employe of the Siandard Oil Company. He in survived by two «onn. Staff Sergeant R ,'iert II. Dunn of the Army Air Corps In England, and Kichard I). Dunn of Taft: two daughter!!. Mt.i. Katberyn McOlure "f Santa Barbara, and Mrs. Knitii.es Cnlclerarn of Taft, Interment will be made in the I.emoore Cemetery. Monday ninrnliifc at 10 o'clock, with the Welcome Masonic Lutltn No. 253 111 charge of tho Kravexlde service*. Phipps Moi • tuary at Lemooro will have charge of the final services. IIK.\ir.STt.U>. IIUXICE—Funaral »«rv. lies for Bvinke HempsteaU. 34, who died September 1 at u, local hospital, will lie held September 11 at 10 a. m. at Cain A. M. E. Church. th« Reverend U A. Clinton officiating. Interment \vill be in I'mon Cemetery. Dought}- Culhuini-ti Mcura Chapel baa charge at arraiiBtiin -nts. Surviving Mr. Hemn- aieutt ar« hia widow. Mrs. Koale Hemp. Meart. Arvln: two sons. Leroy Hemp. mead an-l Bonar Hemimtead, Athena. I.,i.: parents, Mr. and Mrs Roy Hemp. sli-ad, Athens. La.: four slaters. Mrs. Lela May Ha root, Oakland: Mrs. Pearll« May Ahrom, Atvin: one sister In Louisiana and ono In Arkansas: three broth* TH. Otis Hempstead. Athene La.: Nathan Hcmpatead. United States Army; one brother In Wlnfiekl. I.a. .Mll.l.t:-.. UABV GIRL—Graveside serv. ic,:a tor the infant daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. t'd'ii H. Miller. Home 3. Box 653. Bakersfield. who died September 7 at A l')t-al hospital, were held September 8 at 4 p. m. m t'nion Cemetery. Surviving the child, besides her paren'n. s.r« brothers. Vat 1 Miller. Jr. .and Wlllard Let Miller, both ot Bakersfield; sister, Jtar. Kitret K'L-n Miller. Bnkerefuld: *r»»Q- I'ailier. J.ouis )l. Combs. Bakersfiald. MOO YANKS IN HUNGARY BUCHAREST, Sept. 9.—Between 1200 and 1400 Allied airmen, mostly Americans, are prisoners In Hungary, and between 400 and 600 are in Bulgaria, Charles K'olb. delegate of the International Red Cross, said here today. , s UNION CEMETERY Furnishes MONUMENTS FLOWER CONTAINERS GRAVE MARKERS AT LOWEST PRICES Office Within th« Ground! Monumental Display at Cemetery Entrance Phone 7-7185 Flickinger-Oigier CHAPEL Distinctive Funeral Service at Moderate Cort PhoiM 7-7M1 Chtittr Av«nu« it ThirtMnth J. 0. FNiklicw Prt.* MUtr AMBULANCE SERVICE DAI tad NIGHT

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