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10 Wednesday, September 20,1944 gftt gafcmtffetb Caltfortltolt I *> r «•'•—lumber For Sale—Improved Farms <454-L>—$5750 with $:»75 down and might consider a little less down on this 10 Keren, best of soil, fenced. Liveable shack and outbuildings. Very close in Phone 2-0653 or :-63:!6. 9-19-tf (4SS-L)—$4980 with I25SO down and mlKht consider less down on this % commercial acre, hllthly improved. Two-bedroom house with enclosed porch, plenty out- buildlnirs, corral, chicken yard, etc., fruit and nnt trees, lawn, ahnde. (trapes, room over Karaite: yard all fenced. Only etc.. etc. Phone S-06J3 or 2-5336. 9-19-tf SO ACRES of fine fnrm land, all piped for Irrigation, with good well and 4-room house. Close to producing oil. one-half oil riirhts KO. Oil possibility looks good. Call "-70S4 for further information. 45 For 8«l»—Unimproved Land 4f» ACRES Brain and crazlni? land; feed, wood and water. JS per arrr. 12 miles west of Ooalmga In JVchon« f) and 10. i'1-13, Fie.«no county. Mipht trade panic. R. W. Poli-n. lIS'j Wilton _«t!Tet i _OiJdaJ<>. 44 40 AI.'RKS in Elk Hills ,n section S. 31-2S. open for lease. Kne Mel Hay. at 1524 Eighteenth street, or phone 2-0878. 46 For Sal*—Automobile* If you wish to Bell your car for top price but can't properly ghow It, consign it with us. We'll get you top cash. Come in and let us explain our plan. 2629 Chester (Corner Twenty-seventh) 9-2-tf l'J?,:> STI'UEBAKBR sedan (8F6507), clean nnd in good condition. $28fi. Phone _ 2-i:; I or sec at; 620 H street. _ , 4S I'.llf, V-S de luxe iihiieton (!IA!)90S) : sell or u-ade Cor cheaper car; jjood rubber and motor, seal beam hendliphta. cut-iloivn lop dual Hr.littys. I012'i Thlrtv-firsl. For Exchange—Property TUADF,— M<id'?m ."> or fi-room house In Brtkersfield for 6-room house in Fresno, l-l.i rdwootl floors, tile, floor furnace, cooler. Call 179-WX. Vlsalia. 46 Oil and Mining FOR LEASE—9000 feet 4'.i-fnch range 1 A. r. I. full hole drill pipe. Rood condition. P. H. Frank. Inc. Phone 8-8GH7, 48 For Sale—Trailer* 1942 CONTINENTAL house trailer. DC-foot. excellent prewar tlrei. 7.50x15: electric brakes, excellent condition. 11:8 Justine. Highland Park, phone 0-61.12. 47 FOR SALE—All-steel body. 2-wheel trailer. Rood condition; price $100. 1001 South _ CheaI er 4_4 READY Cash for Tour Trailer. Trailers sold on easy payment plan. \Ve finance our own contracts. McLEAN TRAILER MART 100 Union Avenue 8-13-tf 1941 MASTERBILT houflo trailer. Sleeps two. Butane equipped, vacuum brakes. 607 Woodrow avenue, Oildalt. 45 FOR SALE—1942 Indian trailer house. 25 feet lonp. prewar fi-ply tires. Venetian blind*, etc. Priced to sell at J1B50. Can be seen at Shady Acres Auto Court, located 3 rnliea south on Highway 99. Al Ayres. 47 FOR RALE—Travelalr house trailer, model 1942. 18 feet long. Bed divan and stnve complete. See at "010 East California avenue. 4!i 1939 SCHULT-S IS-fnot trailer, fieepTV: Casoline plove. lots of huilt-lns. Rood tirefl; storage tank for water, connected for running water. Camp Comfort. 321R Cheater. Mr.". T. F. Davis. 45 FOR SALK—One box trailer, 19-inch tires, new recaps, JfiO. [ilfi Pacific street. 43 j 1941 MERCI'RT town sedan CIC6041). ex__ cellent condition. Phone 4-49S5. _ 45 GONE In service. Model A Ford cabriolet, pood Ifi inch tiros, excellent mechanical condition, new top and paint job. <!>]Vli'iii>. I'hnne 2-(!18:i. 430 Pacific ^ street. _ 45 1941 CHEVROLET pickup (PCDD70ST,!. excellent condillon. will trade for laic modr' -ar, privately owned no dealers. Also 1931 V-r, pickup (.1A309G). 3COO Chester avenue. See party In gray trailer nniinc In real. 46 XO. WE HAVEN'T HAD A FIRR. WE JUST WANT TO REMIND YOP THAT OREGON AND WASHINGTON IS NOT THE ONLV PLACE THEY HAVE GOOD LT7M- BKR. YOU HAVE SEEN THE OLD FAMILIAR SIGN 1 ALONG THE HIGHWAY (WE BUY JUNK). WELL, WE DON'T BUY JUNK. WE HANDLE PONDA ROSA PINE IN 2x4. 2x6, 1x12 SHEETING. MOUNTAIN PINE LUMBER CO. 300 AVEST BELLE AVENUE RIVERVIEW 47 USED LUMBER—2x«, 2x8. 2x10. 2x12 and heavier timber". Wlngland Lumber Co. Phone 9.4108. 600 Nnrrls Road. 8-11-tf For Sale—Furniture, Fixture* IMG PLYMOUTH (2M1238), five tired, thne new and two lined; motor recently overhauled. See at 105 Augusta street. 45 FOR 8AI.B—19S< Ford de luxe clnb coupe (4r>Fr.?fi\ good condition; radio, five good tirea Phone 2-3717. SAVE $200 1941 Lincoln Zephyr sedan, period throughout. OPA coiling, $2194; our price only $1995. (1H7S40). 2220 CHESTER 4S SEI.LER OR PURCHASER. Do you need additional caah to complete purchase ol car? If »o. just phone or drop by th ACME FINANCE COMPANY, opposite MnntKomery Ward. Locally owned am operated. Friendly, confidential iorvlce W. J. "Bill" Bergman, manager. Phone 1-071)6. 1-12-tf Automotive Service, Part* COMPLETE body and fender repairing, also front wheel allRnment. Charles Vlgatrom'o Oarage, 1620 Twenty-eighth Btreet. Phone 2-79.17. 4-12-tl GRANT piston ring* laat longer. Motor tuned up. trending nnd oiling: car storage. Blue Ribbon Oarage. 1916 Nine- teenth.Phone 2-0674. 1-15-tf For Sale—Automobile* OFFERS A LARGE SELECTION OF GOOD CARS, MANY PRICED 1941 Chrysler Royai Sedan 1941 Packard Six Convertible 1941 Mercury Club Coupe 1941 Lincoln Zephyr Sedan 1941 Oldsmobilfi Custom Sedan 1940 Oldsmobile Club Coupe' 1940 Ford 85 Tudor 19-10 Chrysler Se'hin 1940 Packard Sedan, Overdrive 1938 Buick Touring Sedan 19,'!8 Sludebaker Six Sedan 19"S Pontiao Touring Sedan 1938 Oldsmobiie Six Sedan 1938 Lincoln Zephyr Sedan a937 Plymouth De Luxe Sedan 1937 Terraplane Sedan 1935 Dodge Trunk Sedan LIBERAL TRADES AND TERMS 4C 1938 FO".D coupe (Calif. 29N671). good condition, good tiros. 106-A Godey Hnad. Kern* Homo, across road from Minter Field. 44 1K36 DODGE sedan (40Q8C2). 1012 Belle, Terrace. 44 FOR SALE—1931 Ford coupe: good shape, very good tlren. (982D46.) Inquire 1218 Nineteenth m reet. 44 FOR SALE—Reasonable. 1930 Chevrolet coupe with truck bed on Back (8C336I1. ^ 40i Beech. 45 1936 FORD V-S coach (CO-1245 Neb.), good tires, engine perfect. Price $376 cash. 1921 Vz Seventeenth itreet. Bakerefleld. 45 1940 BUICK business coupe, extra neat (8L«2fi9). A-l condition, raflio, healer, ftpotlisht, new paint job. Call after 6. No dealcrfi. 2001 South "Eye" Btreet. ill Soulhiiale in Bakersfield. 45 1936 CHEVROLET 'i-ton pickup IRlVr2n). 4-Bpeod t ranenuHRion. Tak-» Chevrolet or A Fon] culipe part trade. K'34 Chester avenue after fj p. m.. aide en- tran«'e. 44 1937 TERRAPLANE SEDAN 1936 PLYMOUTH SEDAN 1937 PLYMOUTH SEDAN 1936 FORD DE LUXE COCPE 1936 PONTIAC SEDAN 1930 OLDSMOBILK SEDAN 1935 FORD DE LUXE SEDAN 1935 PLYMOUTH TUDOR 1934 OLDSMOBILE SEDAN 19X r , MAKTER Chevrolet coach <!«'8(140I; .Mode! A Konl coupe 'Okla. 681378), bolh cam tllck. 3402 Killmore street. 4ii W1J CAN I'AINT Tour Car Immedlotely. GMAC Budget Plan Call (or A. Carter FRED C. SWEITS5ER OLDSMOBILR DEALKR Phone 6-5997 Eighteenth and N 1-4-tf Motorcycle* and Bicycle* FOTl SALE—Man's nrcwar bicycle. 2123 Bank street. 44 FOR S\LE—Ludy's bicycle, In good con- dllion. Call 1 ;il 1 Hobinaon street. 45 FOH KALE—Prewar Schwinn HgbtwelKht bicycle, front and hack hand brakes, two speeds, bicycle pump, messencer seat, A-l condition. Phone 3-1381. 1018 Luke. FOR, SALE—1030 Ilarley-Davidson 45. in excellent condition. S2DO. 2000'.a Uaker street. 45 FOR HALF—One ladles' bicycle, Just like new. Phone -J-ILT^ after 5 p. m. For Sale—Lumber WHILE IT LASTS 1x4 1x6 2xL' 2x6 2x12 Gx6 3x4 ;i.\C 3x12 Location, Standard Oil Company Tank Farms. Go north on Chester avenue anil China Grade Road. First gate on left side, near gate. Gate open 9:00 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. Closed Saturday and Sunday. KERN WRECKING COMPANY WRITE P. O. BOX 883 9-19-tf LUMBER Sure we have 1x12, 2x4, 2x6, etc. Some of it without priority, too. And, another thing, all our lumber comes from Oregon and Washington and that is where the good lumber cornea from. We do not handle local mountain pine. A good supply of doors and windows, rooting paper, moldings, etc. Oh, yes, don't forget our paint department,. Outside white as low as $1.49 a gallon. It will pay you to pay us a visit. I1OUTS & BOX CUT RATE LUMBER YARD 2200 EDISON HIGHWAY 9-mf Wanted to Buy—Automobile* WILL PAY THE LIMIT FOR MOST CARS. NO RED TAPE. CASH IN 3 MINUTES. 8-11-tf Before Belling your car drive to Twenty-first and K streets. We need cars. Motor Center Used Car Department. 8-6-tf WANTED—A late model car. Will Day cash. Must he in good condition. Call 2-0078 or 7-71S5. 44 WANTED—Hood work car with extra good tires. 1901 Kdison Highway. t"'abln 6. 47 WILL 1'AY cash for small car not older thim l»3ii. Call L'-IIOO. 45 Wanted to Buy—Automobile* I Wanted to Buy—Automobile* FOR USED CARS DRIVE YOUR CAR TO YOUR CHEVROLET, BUICK. CADILLAC DEALER 8-24-tf WE BUT ALL MAKES OF CARS ELSEWHERE? FULL CEEING YOTR USEH CAR BAKXIUADAUI MOTOR COMPANY I7M ChMter AT*BIM Phon* 9-874I Ml-tf Baby buggies, all-steel prewar construction, $14.95 and up. Baby walkers, 3 only, to close out, $3.95. Plntform rockers, spring construction. $39.95 nml up. Two-piece living room sets, full spring construction, beautiful tapestry covers, $154.50 and up. 3-Piece solid rock maple bedroom set, full dust proof drawers, $89.50. Fiber rugs, 9x12, reversible, $15.95. Use our budget plan, no interest or carrying charges. DAVIS FURNITURE COMPANY 1400 Chester Avenue Just one block south of courthouse 47 USED FURNITURE SPECIALS All-steel day beds, $7.50 and up. Two- piece living room sets with springs, $'J5 and vip. Diningroom table and G chairs, $40. Large leather rockers, $15. Mattresses. $5 and up. Gasoline range, as is, $15. DAVIS FURNITURE COMPANY 1400 Chester avenue 47 SINGEll sewing machine; cabinet radio 5-plcce bedroom set; two living room sets; dressers. $l. r > each; chest of drawers, $11: flat-top desk; dining room sets, chairs and miscellaneous. Altei 6 p. m. at 3531 Chester avenue. 44 50-rOUXD Ice bnx. $12.50. Floor Inmp tl2.50. i;oal oil heater. 53.50. Table IBmp. J3. 1130 Jeffrey street. 4' ONK pal:- ladlc.1' hiklnu hoots, size 7'j-D twu twin bedsteads, one twin mnttre.su nnd bnx Enrlnsa; breakfast act and dark bedroom net. Phont; 3-01!73 BEDROOM SET. dinette set, table-top stove, two-piece Ilvlnsroorn set. end ta hies, clectri; sewing machine. Phllco radio, two blower type coolers, lawr swing. Phone 5-55115. 4J FOH SALE—Living room nuite, rocker, hipb-oven pus stove and ironcr, $97.50. 802'/ii Lincoln, OildnIc. FOR SALIC—-One high-oven cookstove. ono circulating heater, one lawn mower, onrt studio couch, ono .ug. one floor lamp, one, table. 712 Washington. Olldnle. 44 OVERSTUFFED dlvnn and chair, prewar, good condition, price $50. 2712 Twcn- .- . rRKWAH nil-wool rue. Simmons couch, hnailns slnvp, piny pen, biiscy nntl h;is- Kinette. 127 Douelafi. Highland Park. 1'hono .1-0812. 45 BEDS, sprlnffa. baby bed and canar> birda. 1012 Be 11c Terrace. 4 4 URT2D FURNITURE wanted. We call any place In city and give free estimates til-own'* Furniture, formerly Roy White Furn 11 u re. Phon e 7-7 021. fi-12-tl UPRD FtmN'ITrRE. tools, stoves, mlscel- laneouB prticles of all kinda. We will buy anything. Call 4-482S. Authorized Maylog service and parts. Furniture repaired. Rob Morley's New and Used Furniture Store. 1800 Q 4jfi SEWINQ MACHINES nnd vacuum cleaners repaired. We also buy machines. 1 fiOl) West Eighth. Phono 9-1M37. 63 SINGER AND WHITE MACHINES Good, clean, guaranteed machines. We do hemstitching. Also repair machines and vacuum cleaners. 1509 West Eighth, off corner of Chester. Phone 9-9437. 47 DAGGER & KATTLKVt high oven Btovo. Good condition. I'lione H-3U14. 1322 Jefferson street. 44 FOR SALE—Solid wiilnut bedroom set. Hold with or without mattrc«.y and sprinKs: full dininir room set. If you're Interenled In Kood furniture, call at 1617 AHa_VI»lii Dri_ve. 44 FIVE-PIECE Chrome porch set. chaise lounKe. one yard tahle. one cabinet radio, tilt-back studio couch, like new. and miscellaneous items. 308 Magnolia avenue. 44 FOR SALE—New and used mattresses; all kinds of furniture, radios sold, traded nnd repaired. First class workmanship. Pumpkin Center Secondhand Store. On Tnl't Highway. 1'a miles west of Grecn- f icld. e 8 O'KKMFE * MKRRITT table top stove. Perfect condition. 9x12 Wilton rug. like new; ono 7x11 rus, throw ru« to match; dining room set. Stewart-Warner console radio, end tnble. coffee table, dishes, pictures, shower curtain set nnd mirrors. 601 Kl Sereno Drive. Phone 8-8001. 45 WE ARE OVERSTOCKED! Drastic Price Reductionfl .95 bed divan, coll springs $55.00 $5fl.!l5 Hollywood bed complete. extra, value (49.95 $8T, hair-filled mattress with 63-coll box spring, soft edue JC9.9S R.1II.95 platform roi'k^r springs J2!l.|ifi \20Cl upriiiK-fillPtl rhcKierfinld sets $17u.OO A Small More DulKinu With Values" AT/.-S.MITIl FL'HNITI'RE EiKhtecnth and i. Phune 2-6277 For Sale—Miscellaneous VACUUM CLEANERS. Irons, toasters, lieatinc puds, motors, everyllilns electrical repaired. Money-back guarantee. Jliinllcy Appliance Service and Repairs. 9 |7^\Vatei street. Phone 2-4fi7(X 64 NOW IS THE TIME to fertilize before the rains bcKtn; 100 per cent pure dairy fertilizer, mechanically pulverized; J6 per load, delivered. Phone Rusk's DoJr.v. 2-4027 or 2-9351. G4 SLECTROLUX cleaner owners, tor parts or service, call your authorized Elcclro- lujc serviceman. Marvin Herring, 2-8970. Electrolux Corporation, 1831 Orange street. 66 NEW SOFT DRINK stand. trlanKtilor shape. 2rixlDxl5 feet center space. Heavy cunva» top. Wlih soft drink and Ice cream refrigerator, cnn make money on corner or front of vacant lot or at lairs. Stand and top. $3uO. On display nt 3iiJB M street. __47 14-K. YELLOW GOLD engagement rlnsr, set with 15-point diamond and two rubies. Cost $175. sell reasonable. Can be seen at J300 Nineteenth street. After 7 p. m^. 1024 Flower street. 44 cooler, 45 •OU SALE—Large blower type good condition. Phone 3-2C27. FOIl SALE—Standard size. 3-wlre. rubber tired pickup hay baler nnd rubber tired power lift tractor. For information, write to O. A. Hanson. 1205 Luanne. Fullei ton. Calif. 4ti ONK LADY'S bind: wool suit, size 14; one red coat, size 14. also one French mirror; ono small what-not. Phone 3-1793. 47 WATP'.H WELL Bpudder mnr.htne, all steel; electric. welded construction. Strong built but light Trailer mounted with dual tires; lias 34-foot telescopic derrick, rubber shock absorber sheaves. Have some tools. Machine needs a little work to put !t in good working condition, luit It Is a real buy at the price for $375. Brine your truck with trnllei' hitch and see. If Interested call Perryman. phone 7_-77_4. S. 4 5 I'WELVK-GAt'GE Savnce over nnd under shotgun, $5U ; some shells, 1520 Bernard 44 7',2-H. r. Fiilrbanks-Morso ens engine, with '2-1 nch_pmnji,_$j! !i. 1'lione 2;204_1!. 4 5 GIRL'S COAT, skirl, sweater and dress. sl7,e 12: t\v boys' sportconts, size 1L': hoy's shoes, size 7A; woman's black _coat. si -r.f_ 1 <[. Phone 2-2335. 44 1LECTUIC portable sewing machln* for rent. Phone 3-1144. 46 'OR SALE—Hoover vacuum cleaner, 125 _ oa «h. Phone 2-8M4. 45 IVERHOT oval electric eooker, $15: Ever- hot Well electric cooker. $6; walnut metal bedstead, vanity and bench. $EO; fan-type coder. $25; radiant heater, $8; tile top coffee table. $1.60: mahogany occasional table, »4. Rear 1408 Pacific • I reel. Phone 2-0652. 44 For Scle—Miscellaneous WARDS FARM STORE HAS JUST RECEIVED A LIMITED SUPPLY OF COTTON PICKING SACKS AND COTTON PICKERS KNEL PADS. COME IN FOR YOURfa NOW. WARDS FARM STORE 2526 CHESTER AVENUE PHONE 7-7871 FOIt SALE—Light mixed tweed coat, new size 44. Phone 5-5589. 44 NEW fuel oil heater. Call Arvln 49-J-2 _ a !'_? r _ 5 _ "?;_IG: Oenrge Neeley. 4; FOR SALE—I 4 14-foot outboard runabout. 32-horHepower seahorse, excellent condition. Phone 2-7721 after 6 or en! _J j> 1 n_giilncy. 4 4 SCRATCH FEED with cracked Indian corn Yen. we deliver. Pioneer Mercantile Com linny. Phone 8-8581. 0-lS-tf COLT D. A. .38-callher. 214-Inch barrel excellent, holster, $52.50. Phone 2-87C!) REPAIR your own shoes. We carry a good slock rf leather and accessories 1'or repairing. 1'aul Hornung. 1606 Nineteenth street. 8-23-t LIMITED number of new and factory rebuilt Hoover sweepers available only to persons hnvlng old Hnovem to trade In. Liberal allowance. Guaranteed factory parts an 1 service. Call Welll'a service department. 5-5S51. 7-5-tl FOR SALE—One 35-horsepower AIlls Chal mers track-layer tractor. butane equipped. One 30-horsepower Caterpillar tract, r, butane equipped. One 8-foot x f.o-foot Innd plane. One 14-foot Atla_ scraper. One 6-bnttom Mollno disk plow. Less than celling price. Oeorge Haddl- can, Ntn'h and High streets, Delann. Phone 7641 46 My VACOL1TE Is fitted to correct my own Individual hearing loss. Clement Her- ibey, 27.<S Center street. Phone 2-0571 n-15-tf ONE-DAY SERVICE Grade A Truck Rubber MENDERHAUSEK'S 801 Miles Plione 3-1402 RADIO REPAIRS Quick serivce. lOeneral Servlc* Company. 313 Buker. Hione 2-9278 4-24-tf FOR SALE — fc'rnnll compressor unit. $32.51 _ 4j! 3_IJak e r. ____ 4 4 FOR SALE — Large barn, to bo moved from property. A. II. Karpe. phono _9-9T.71. __ 44 ONE STEEL Venetian blind. 70-119. two li-panel windows. 32-48; two iron curtain rods. 62 inches long. 308 Magnolia TWO-PIECE living room set. on<? pair rubber boots, pizo 11; one pair of food hc;ivy work shocp. size 11; one Hoy S( out suit, complete, an but shoes; onV n'-w Underwood dry shaver. 140.'! Second. 4ti LARGE SI/.E lullnby baby crib, with eood mill tress. Call 9-JI161. PREWAR Taylor Tot and buggy. :-S3!l3. Phone FOH SALE—Two pairs of wine drapes. cabinet r:id!u. large tricycle, needs little lixing. 34211 M. FOR SALIC—(iOO A-l condition. 3-1377. amp. portable welder. For particulars, phono INLAID LINOLEUM CONGOLEUM CONGOLEUM RUGS c selection at low prices DAVIS FURNITURE COMPANY 1400 Chester avenue 47 F-20 FARMALL on rubber, A-l condition, and 2-row cultivator, $850.' Phone Mc- Fiirland 6725. J. c. Shoemaker. 1 mile north of Pond. 1 mile west and mile norlh. 45 BUTANE LIQUIFIED PETROLEUM GASSES SEASIDE GASOLINE DIESEL FUEL STOVE OIL CAR AND TRUCK LUBRICATION SERVICE. STATION HOURS FROM 7:30 A. M. TO 10 P. M BUCKMASTER SEASIDE SERVICE STATION, 230 TWENTY- THIRD STREET. PHONE 2-9591. 44 REFRIGERATOR CAR. equipped With a Parker Ice Machine Company refrigerator unit that sold originally at $3500; priced for quick sale. Phone 2-7084 for further information. 45 FOR SALE—A John Deere tractor, dia and plow, or trade for electric welder. Pbone_3-OOOH. 4 5 MAPLE baby crib with Innersprlng mattress, springs, in A-l condition, reasonably priced. Phone 3-2363. 1322 East Nineteenth street. 46 ICE BOX. practically new, used 2 months. Apply Ellen's Cufe. 6 a. m. to 3 p. m. 1720 Eighleenth street. 45 WILTON velvet rug and pad. 8.3x10.6, in excellent condition. 1123 Truxlun avenue. BEAUTIFUL black con t. form fitting-, "liver tip fox collar. Purchased last year. •worn threo times, size 14 or 16. Paid »1.'15. sell $40. 207 lla.y. Phone 2-7433. FOR SALE—4-weeks-old 8-plece dining room set and B-piece dinette set. See any time after 5. 1120 Barlow. 46 FOR SALE—Nearly new dining room set. 6 chairs nnd buffet. Phone 2-8252. 46 FOR RALE—Practically new Wtdgewood stove; General Ironer. like new; electric refrigerator; bed divan: chest of draw- C-I'M; steel wheelbarrow; lawn edger: chicken house. Phone 3-1098. 1729 Second street. FOR SALE-—-Davenport nnd chair, maple. Phone 2-5235 before 11 n. m. FOR SALE—A dining room set with six chairs. In excellent condition. 625 Thirtieth street.. Phone 2-5904. 45 ONE double brd. springs nnd mattrepK. ono xlnule bedstead. Cheap. 240S Olympic Drive. Phone 2-870:1. 45 '-Ft iOTx!)-INCI!x9-FOOT 6-INCH all-wool rug and p;id. $22.50: Hollywood bed, complete. $40. Phone 2-1678. PRACTICALLY now Seelv turtles* mattress, used 2 months: also coil spring and c r c imi colored iron bed. Phon e 2-812 '^ 4 ji PREWAR circulator oil heater, suitable for ft-room house, excellent condition. Phone il-9787. 46 TWIN BEDROOM set. with chest of drawers, in Monterey, coil springs and mattre.ss. prewar, $75: also wardrobe in unfinished wood. $25: small wood heating stove, double iron bedstead, with coil springs and mattress, prewar; double wood bedstead and coil springs. 833 Trilxtun. Phone 2-6498. 4J) LADY'S 100 per cent wool herringbone cardigan suit, pillbox hat to match, $25; two-piece 100 per cent wool dress, $."i; two-piece strutter cloth dress. $5; size H-16, nil In excellent condition. Phone 6-(1570. 4J! FOR SALE—A screcned-ln baby bed on large rubber wheels. $12: also stove. $6. -04 East Moncta or phone 3-1S54. 45 LTGGAGE. bedding. linen. Hwealers. skirts, coats, blouses, shoes, toaster, fruit ,1nrs. canvas and ironing board. L'l'nfi North Inyo slrcet. BAKERSFIELD HARDWARE CO. 2015 CHESTER AVENUE NOTICE J. & J. Electric Iron Shop 611 Nineteenth Street May have beating elements to fit your iron. Cords and a few motors for sale. 6!) ONE genuine ermine coat, size 42; one ?i carat diamond ring, price reasonable. plnllnu:n setting, cut diamonds. Phone j?_-_i(M4. LADIES' yellow gold diamond ring with white gold toi». See Mrs. Dye. room 13.1. j\la_nclu'Sl«i_holeL 45 KABB1T hutches, four double and one 4-stiill luitch. 20(17 Kentucky. LARGE Imhy buggy for sale, sood springs, steel wheels; very good condition. $12. k04 El Tejoil. Cilll 9-0506 or 2-8142. HO LEATHER holster and belt for .45 auto- mnUc. S4.&0; two double mantel Cole- nuin Innierns, $7.50 each; SxlO green figured rug. all wool, $17.50. Phone 2-7867 or cull 2004 First street. 45 GARDEN PLOWS POTATO CUTTING KNIVES, GARBAGE CANS. ROOFING PAPER, EGG BASKETS, EGG SCALES, COTTON SCALES, GAS AND ELECTRIC BROODERS, FEED™s FOR CHICKENS. WATTENBARGERS 2521 East California. ' 47 MAHOGANY Inbcurd motorboat. In good condition. Phone 7-7367 or call 920 Truxlu.i aven w. 47 FOR SALE—8-cublc-foot Fiisidalrp, Taylor Tot. high chair, baby's car, hammock, and <ar cent. Call 3-0226. 3025 Son Emidio. 46 AUTUMN'S HERB—BUMMER'S GONE 'URCHASE NOW FOR FIELD OR LAWN Dairy and stable fertiliser, $6 per load. Snpnly limited. Ed L. Akers, 920 Ttven- ty-tlftli street. Bhoiic 5-8641. 4,1 VACUUM CL1SANKR. Irons, clocks and all small appliances repaired. No delay. General Servic* Company, 913 Baker. Phone 2-9278. 9-«.tf DECORATE your *iom« with mirror*. W» specialize in motTors for mantel*, walls and doors. Bakers fie Id Glass Company. 1716 Nineteenth street. 1-JO-tf FOR SALE—Wood heater, cabinet style. IIS; good condition. Phone 2-6128. 46 For Sale—Miscellaneous For Sale—Miscellaneous AT WARD'S FARM STORE OUR LARGE STOCK OF DAIRY PAILS CUT 10% FOR THIS SALE! OTHER VALUES ARE 1943 STOCK OF FALL SEED CUT 10% ALL HORSE COLLARS SLASHED 10% COME IN AND SAVE 2526 CHESTER AVENUE PHONE 7-7S71 44 THE: OFFICE OF PRICE; ADMINSTRA T1ON bus set dollars-snd-ctnU celllnl prices on used refrigerators, waihlnt machines, vacuum cleaners, typewriters. b«d springs, earnerai nnd photographic equipment. These mnxmlum prices apply to every seller, even to en Individual selling hie persons) household effecte. For information concerning these and all other celling prices, call the Bakersfield War Price and Rationing Board. Phone 9-9419. 6-U-tf Hot Wate- Heater* $3t> Laundry Trays $10 Fruit Jar 7!o doz. Platfirm Scales Show Caves Stools Ice Cream Maker Beverage Cooler Wooden Bowl* Dishes Stock Pot.i Steam Table* Brooms Mops Coolers Hundreds of other Item* Oswald's Restaurant Supply 718 Nineteenth Street Phone 2-9317 BO Bud and Pete Klassen. 3-1646. Flying and balsa model plane kits, jeeps. trucks, tanks, ships fittings, balsa wood carving knives dope and cement. Come in and look around Edward's Camera Exchange. 1609 Nineteenth street. 8-22-tf RECAPPING Bring your old tires f o us for recapplns. We usa Grade A rubber; 24-hour service. BENZINO'S SERVICE Twentieth and K Streets 8-B-tf FOR SALE—One 1942 Star spudder ma chine, mounted on 5-ton Fageal truck with complete drilling equipment. Also one set 7x66-!nch hydraulic jackfl. complete. Call Southern hotel, room 126. Bakersfield. 46 TWO WOOD heaters. $7.50 and $16. Phone 4-4644. 43 FREE FREE FREE SAWDUST AND PLANER CHIPS Load It Yourself BAKERSFIELD BOX COMPANY Highway 99 3 Miles South of Town 9-5-tf TIRE RECAPPING ONE-DAY SERVICE CLEROU TIRE COMPANY 1717 K STREET PHONE 6-6089 2-29-tf 'Paris Liberated" and "Yanks Capture Guam" and other newsreels, 8-mm and Iti-mm scenic, adventure and sports pictures. New cartoons. Little King. Donald Duck. Mickey Mouse, etc. Edward's Camera Exchange. 1609 Nineteenth. 9-19-tf FOR SALE—1200 feet of 8%-lnch seam- lenn grade J second ranee, 36 cailn«: 4500 feet SH-lnch drill pipe. Hughe* tool joints; 800 feet 2W-lnch drill pipe. Imperial tool joints; 950 feet 4%-Inch line Pipe, 8-thread. Arthur P. Anderson, 199 Supply Row. Taft. Calif. 44 WASHING MACHINES Repaired, quick service. Montgomery Ward, Apex and all makes repaired and rebuilt. General Service Co.," 913 Baker. Phone 2-9278. 9-8-tf !ET YOUR rubber siamps from Bakersfield's only rubber stump company. You will be satisfied with its prompt, service. Pads. inks, daters of all makes. 1808 • 'Eye" slieet. Phone 8-8102. 53 FOR SALE—Large quantity used galvanized corrugated sheetiron. Phone 2-3338. 48 FOR SALE—Reo truck (EE9327); Phllco car radio, builder's level, 100-foot steel tape and hand tools; new Texas saddle. FOR SALE—Two water pressure aystem pumps, %-h. p. motor and lH>h. p. motor. 62-irallon tank and 110-nallon tank: both pumps have 1',4-lnch suction and 1V4 discharge. Phone 2-4028. 44 Radios, Musical Instrumonts 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 3AR1TONS horn, almost like new, carrying ca*?, music stand music book; suitable for school band or church orchestra. Phone 2-8713. 45 mode 1 console radio In good condition: also Singer sewing machine. Call after 6 p. m. 3531 Chester avenue. Phone 2-B8B3. TOP PRICES paid for late model radio*. Poston Radio Service, corner of K and 89 Highway. Phone 2-0498. 2-1-tt WILL PAY highest cash price for your piano. Call 8-8673. 1-26-tf We Have Facilities and Available Parts to Service'Any Make Radio Corner K Street and 99 Highway Dial S-0498 12-2-tf PIANO WANTED—Highest c*»h prices :>uid for new and used piano*. Phone i-8881. 9-12-tf IAU AERIALS for any make of car. $4.96 and up. Poston Radio corner of K street and 99 Highway. »-l-tt HIGHEST PRICES paid for used radio*. Bakersfleia Radio fupply. 2801 Chester avenue. Phone 2-5150. g-ll-tf KERN MUSIC SHOP. 90« Baker. Musical tncciumonta, supplies and sheet music. We repair all mjslcal Instruments: bow* rehalred. 67 VANTGD to buy, radio and (mall piano. Phont Z-7010. 44 FOR SALE—Beautiful 120 has* Soprani accordion, perfect condition for only $300. Tall at 1010 Nineteenth street. preferably after 6 p. m. 45 WANTEU TO BUY. jtood used baby grand piano i Klmball or Stelnway preferred. Phone 8-0487. 4J> FOR 8AI Fl—One t-tube coneole r*dlo, 130. On* circulating gas heater. Bond a* new. 134 Hopkins avenue. Bakerstleld. 44 C«mor*s and Photography «-MM. Bell * Howeil projector Edwards Camera Exchange. 16" leonth *treet. lne- 19-tf Typowrltors,, Offics 8uppli«s WILL PAY CASH for typewriters, adding machines, checkwrlters and cash registers. Lynch Typewriter Company. 1650 Chester avenue. 6-2!l-lt FOR SALE—Dayton adding machine, $45. 2330 B street. Call before t). Fruits and Vegetables $2.69 Full Lug. Bring your own containers. 1019 Baker East Bakersfleld 9-7-tf CLINO PEACHES, medium size. 75c a lug, and you pick them. One and a halt miles on south H, two-story house on west side of road. Brine containers. 44 69c FOR FULL LUG Bring your own containers. The same kii.d of peart we had last year. 1019 Baker East Bakersfleld 8-17-tf Medium Size, Full Lug 69c FULL LUG Bring Tour Own Containers 1019 Baker street. East Bakersfleld 8-30-tf PEARS Canning Pears—It will soon be the end of the season for canning pears. We will have choice Te- hachapl pears for about one or two weeks more. These pears are very nice size for canning and have no hard cores. They are very reasonably priced at $1.39 per lug. Mooney's Market Spot, Eighteenth and Union. Phone 3-0961. 4G POTATOES BY THE SACK We have Tehachapi long white or Russet potatoes. These potatoes are commercial pack and are very good quality. Note this low price, $3.49 per sack. Mooney's Market Spot, Eighteenth and Union. Phone 3-0961. 44 POTATOES—Commercials, pick them up already sacked, $1.50 per lOQ pounds, nt 2120 Palm street. Phone 3-0793. 45 QUINCES for sale. Will deliver in the evenings. Phone 2-3188. 4(i 65c PER LUG $1.25 PER FIELD BOX BRING CONTAINERS VALLEY'S FINER FOODS Twentieth and Union 46 LARGE TEHACHAPI PEARS, $1.25 A LUG. PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN CONTAINERS. WHELDEN'S MARKET 2125 UNION 9-18-tf PUMPKINS for sale. 207 Roberts Lane. Riverview. See John Keller. 45 Poultry and Livestock FOR SALE—Two span of mod work mares, one brood mar* with colt. Mr. Groat. Phone 2-7066. 7-19-tt ATTENTION Blood-tested baby chicks, brooders, poultry supplies and feed. We buy your eEKS. Chicks $15 hundred. 2219 Union, or 814 Eighth. Phone 7-7028 or 2-9488. 2-1-tt BABV CHICKS. $15 per hundred. New Hampshire Red*, Rhode Island Reds, Plymouth Rocks, Rock and Red Cross. New shipment every Monday: order early. Also plenty of metal feeder*, fountains and poultry medicine*. Ward'* Farm Store. 2625 Chester. 4-17-tf OFFERING a number of outstanding- yearling and 2-year-old registered Hereford bulls. A H. Karpe. Phon* 9-9671. 7-19-tf BABY CHICKS started on order. We have colored broilers, roastlnc hen*. Riverview Hatchery, 215 Roberte Lane. Phnne 2-9395. 7-19-tf ATTENTION. POUUTRYMEN! Our Market Is Open We Pay Tops for Fryers and Roaster* 'One Bloc 1 * West of East Bakersfleld Post Office 1106 Kern Street Dial J-USS BRADFORD POULTRY MARKET 78 FOR SALE — SEVENTY-FIVE GOATS, FINE MILK STOCK. FOUR THOROUGHBRED BILLIES. FOR INFORMATION WRITE, BOX 63, BODFISH. CALIF. 46 MILK COW and heifer calf. $<&; 10 heifers, all apes: some sprinKeri. 600 East Brun- dnge Lane. 44 WANTED TO BUT—Horses, hogs, cattle, any amount. L Anderson, Route 2, Bnx 906. Phone 2-7008. 68 YOUNO beet for sale: grain fed: a dandy to butcber. 1 mile south Mngunden on Falr- fa». Phone after 6, 3-2172. 44 WELL. BROKE saddle horse. Three years old. Heiser caddie, like new, $275. Can be seen at fairgrounds. Phone 3-0953. 45 YOUNO DUCKS, 60c to $1. Phone 2-J013. ; 44 FOR BALE—Good black Jersey cow. 707 East Eleventh street. 44 CHICKS—Trlple-A stock, blood-tested. Order now. Phone 3-1646, 1814 Virginia avenue, Route 7. 44 NE PAIR gooo work mults and leather tug work harness; also a «ood kid's pony. If Interested call l-F-». 47 FOR SALE—Ouernaey-Jersey heifer, 1 year old: Jeraay heifer, I month* old. Phone 2-3014. <» NEW YORK STOCK CLOSE .NEW YORK. Pent. 20. OF) — Close Air Reduction .................................... 40*» Alaska Juneau .................................. 6 "H Allis Chalmers .................................... 36?v American Can .................................... SS'.ii American fur and Foundry .............. 38 Vi Amercian Lor omol ive ....................... 10T4 American Had. and Std. Han ........... li American RollillB .Mill . . .................. 15 AvntM-ican SmoHvr nm! Ref ............... lilt^i Ami'i-iran Tel. and Tel ....................... llil»« American Tobacco B .......................... 72 ?i American Visco«e .............................. 44 Aiiaconila ............................................. -7'ii Armour and Company .................... li Atchison, T»|irk:l and Kant;\ Fe., ...... G:i% Atlantic Refining .............................. 29 Aviation Corporation ........................ 4'^ Baldwin Locomotive .......................... 22 1 }* B-'ndix Aviation .................................. 44 licthlehem Steel .................................. 61 »« Ilneing Airplane .................................. 14 : )i Horden ................................................ It^Ti Huru Warner .................................. .t!l KriBRs Manufacturing ...................... 40"i California I'nokinif ............................ 1'7'a Calumet & lleda .................................. 6 "i I'nnndii Pry . .................................... Sl'.ii Canadian Pacific ................................ 10 'a Caterpillar Trnclor ............................ •l7- 1 i Celanese Corpoi'atioll ........................ 34 :L i ChcHapeako & Ohio .............................. -l.'iU Chrysler ....................................... • ....... 92 ColBale-Pnlmollve-rnet ...................... 2S»« Columbia tins and Klectric ................ 4';i Comtnercial Credit .............................. 4 1 ',2 Commercial Investment Trust .......... -1R Commercial Solvents ........................ 1ft "ji Commonwealih lOdlson ...................... 27% Commonwcallh & Houlhem ................ 1 Consolidated Kdison .......................... 24 l i Consolidated Vultee .......................... 15 '4 Container Corporation ...................... 2."*^ Continental Oil De! ............................. S7V4 Crown Cork & Real .............................. 37 U Crown Zellerhach ................................ 19 Curt Iss-Wright .................................... B i/4 DouKlas Aircraft ................................. 66 '.4 I»u I'ont de Ncmour ............................ 150 'a Kuslern Airlines ................................ 38 -^ KilMtman Kodak .................................. 107 Klpctric Auto Light ............................ 4^'i Klcctrlc Hon I i-ieht ...................... Kleclric Powe (ieneral Klpctrl 1 ; C,cneral Koo<ls ..................................... 42 fioneral Motora .................................. •! I !4 (•ooclrich ............................................ "'2 Hoodyciu- Tire & Riihher .................... 48 (•real Northern Railroad pfd ............. G 'i (Jrcyhotlnil Cnrporiilion ...................... 21 Homestiikt' Mining .............................. -M'i Houd HerHhey 1! ................................. 17 U Inlernal ioiial Hnr\'osler .................... 7!tU International Nickel Can .................. -"f' B Inlernat lonal F'aper ............................ l!> :1 i Intprnat ionn! Tel. & Tel ................... 17 7 ij .Tohn.i-Manvllle 97 Kennecott 32'-J Lihbey-Owens-Ford Glass f.2' 4 Loew's Inc 63'H Martin (c.. L. 1 19 a « Martin Parry "'j McKesson & Rnl'hins 2.1'i Montgomery Ward 51'j Nash Kelvlnntor 11'i National Iliscuit. 21!'H National Cash Register 3.1'i National Dairy Produits 24 U National Distillers 3;"> National Lead ~''2* National Power & Light fi- 1 * New York Cential 1»U North American Aviation 9 North American Co ISH Northern Paclfiv: li'U Ohio Oil 16 I'iiciflc Gas & Electric J3'i Pucknrd Motors '* T'an American Airways 32 Paramount Pictures 28 Penncy's • 1[}3 a IVnnsylvanitt Railroad -3 Pepsi-Cola floi^ Phelns Dndgo -;. -a Phihn Morris 9,1 Phillips Petroleum 4.1 Public Service of N. J li's Pullman 4 S'i Radio Corp. of America II * H.'idio-Kellh-Orpheum *> '' Iluyonlor. Inc TOR* Republic Ktcel 1 ,* Reynolds Tobacco U Jil't nichfleld Oil n °* Schenley Distillery 31',» Hciirs, Hoclmclt •'' Shell Union Oil -';' Sficony Vacuum 12 -i Southern Pacific '.; i '•» Southern Riiilwuy ~!™'* Spcrry Corporation 215'^ Standard Brands "9 Slandard C,as & Electric S4 pl'd 3'» Slandard Oil of California 3f, % Siandarxl Oil of Indiana 32'-i Standard Oil of New Jersey 5L' 7 ™ Sludebaker ^ s ^ Texas Company 4,"i-"ci Tide Waler Assot.-iiiled Oil H 74 Transamerica 9'a Tninsamerien & Western Air 23 "j Villon Oil ot California is- 1 ;, I'nion Pacific lOt'.i Vniled Air Lines 31 '• Vniicil Aircraft 3" 7 4 Vniled Corporntlon 1'jj Vnitcd C.a.q Improvement 1 V!» Vnitcd SliileM llubher 49 "3 Vniled Slates Su-i'l r>7 j| ji AVrirncr Ili-otiicrs I'iclurcs 1 - ''t Western I'nion Tnlritrapb »-.. -l.'i'i Westmgliinwe Elec. & Mfg 10^'j, Youngstown Sheet fc Tube "S'i. Two Stocks Hit New Highs on S. F. Mart SAX FRANCISCO, Sept. 20. UP)— While must stocks inched higher to- tiny, Lockheed and Gladding McBean rose itruund a point to new higlis. Consolidated Vultee and Calaveras Cement preferred also got Into the year's highest prices on fracttiorml gains. Transamerica pushed up U to 9-- 8 . Alias Diesel 1- l.'alaveras Cciuenl pfd H',4 Consolidated Vullee - 1 •"> '» Clown Zclierhjich 1 S ~k Crown Hi-Hoi huch pfd l»L"'.i General Motors 62'« l.orkheert Aircraft '-0% M-irch Calculating L'Uvn Niitlnnnl -\nlii Fiber 10'd O'Connor Moffetl AA L' 7 » Psu-llic Li. A- E 3 3-Si P. (1. & E. «'i Pfd S7'ii I'acillc 1'nbltc Service ;> » Ilhccm Manufacturing- 1«°» Hvan Aeronautical 4 » Shell I'nion Oil -•';» Southern Pacific 'f~ \ Sn:'rry I'oni 27 Standard Oil of Cnllfornla 3« Trunsiimerica 9'S Cotton Futures NEW YORK.Sept. 20. (./P) —Cotton futures declined today under tlm pies- sure of persistent hedge selling and profit taking. There was little demand for contracts as mills and other potential buyers held off pending further developments on ICK- iMation which would raise cotton loan rates and lift domestic prices to full- awaited parity. Clarification of the out- luolv for export sales also was awaited. Late afternoon prices were 35 to 50 cents a bale lower: October 21.50, December 21.41. March 21.27. FnturcH closed 1 5 to 7ii cents a bale lower. Octdlicr 21.".:?, December 21.37 W21.40. March 21.20ito21.23. May 21.02 SJ21.01. July 20 If. .Middling spol 22.04. Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES Sept. 20. (UP)—Wholesale pricey, consumer grade: Large, grade A 63to'u5':; grade 13 32<6>34c; medium, grade A 5C<g>46c: smal!. grade A 19@20c. Retail prices to consumer: Large, (trade AA «3®67c grade A &8®«4e. grade B 40®>43c; medium, grade A 4S&'54c; small, grade A 24'a@29c. Candled graded eggs to retailers, cases: Large, grade A AS" '.i ^'SS'.ic. grade A iioiii'oeVGc. grade H 36<8i.18c; medium, grade A 4G<if;o',ic: small, grade A 23&27C. Los Angeles Cash Qrain LOS y.NGELES, Sept. 20. (.£>>—Prices quoted are cwt.. field run. In curlots only. California barley, grading 46 Ins., bulk 1 2.07',i! iij<2.12'.;. Texas yellow milo. No. 2, bulk J2.05S2.10. California wheat, hulk. No. 1 hard or soft whlto $2.57'aW 2.62',2. No. 2 yellow corn (domestic), bulk, at cciline. No. 2 oats, 35 Ibs.. bulk $2.CO Poultry and Livestock •"ANTED TO BUY—Battery brooder for 600 or 800 chicks. Phone 3-1546. 44 FOR SALE—One hay mare. 4 years old; good saddle horse and well-bred horse colt. 16 months' old. Call 8-8531 or nights 2-2313. 48 FOR SALE or trade. Palomino mare. S past, and new 2-lone stock paddle. One mile north Pumpkin Center on Wlble __R oad. 44 Bl'Y, SELL or trade, all kinds of livestock. Plione 2-3022. Roy Johnson, 1 mile north Pumpkin Center, 200 yards east on Hosklns Road. 68 NKW HAMPSHIRE chicks every Tuesday. $10 per 100. Leghorns $16. Modesto Hatchery Routo 5. Modesto. WANTED—Hogs of all cows. Phone 2-7075. kinds, springer 47 100 NEW HAMPSHIRE and Leghorn pullets, ready to start to lay. Second house off Potomac on Sparling. Phone 2-6789. 45 Dogs and Other Pets FOR SALE—Male Pointer pup. 6 months old; excellent retriever and lust rlsht for this eeason. Across from Fairfax School on Fairfax Road. 44 WOULD LIKE good home for mother cat and four kittens. Will give separately. Phone 2-3312. 1513 Beale. 44 GOOD HOME wanted for four kittens. Phone 2-2402. 44 WANTED—A good home for pretty tortoise shell kitten, half grown. 327 Ray Btreet. Phone 2-7686. PERSIAN kittens for sale. Phone 2-51 !)5. FOR SALE—Black and tan pedigreed Bloodhounds, 6 months old. Phone 2-8083. 46 For Exchange—Miscellaneous WILL TRADE metal Simmons double bed. link springs, for single bed. Phone 2-8458 after 0 p. m. 44 LAWN MOWER, to trade for lawn edger, also child's play pen, $12, 2205 Arlington. Phone 2-1763. Legal Notices NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ENGAGE IN THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES.—September 19. 1D44. To Whom It May Concern: Notice ia hereby given that fifteen days after the data posted, the undersigned proposes to sell alcoholic beverages at these premises, described as follows: Doing business as Casa Loma Service, southeast corner Belle Terrace and IJnion Avenue. Hakersficld, Kern County. Pursuant to such Intention, the undersigned is applying to the State oBnrd of Equalization for Issuance of an alcoholic beverage license (or licenses) for these premises as follows: On-Sale Beer. Anyone desiring to protest the Issuance of such licHiise(s) may file a verified protest with the State Board of Equalization at Sacramento, California, stating grounds for denial as provided by law. The premises are now licensed for the sale of alcoholic beverages. WILLIAM G. KANE. Sept. 20. Moderate Trading on N. Y. Mart DOWvIONKS AVERAC.KS Preliminary closing Dow-Jones averages: Industrial 145.X5, up O.^H; rail, :!0.li8, up 0.04: utility, 24.81, up 0.11, and 65 slocks 51.97, up 0.10. Sale wore fiflfi.OSO shares, compared with 714.S90 yesterday. Curb turnover was 180,875 against 189,- GL'ii yesterday. NEW YORK, Sept. 20. <U.R>— Stocks extended yesterday's rise by small fractions ; in moderate trading this morning. Around noon United Stales Stoel' was at 57U, up >»: Bethlehem <il%, up M-: Chrysler 91%, up %: General Motors 02 \' s , up ',«: Sears- Roebuck 97U, up !,&; Standard Oil_ of New Jersey 53%, unchanged; American Telephone l(il" K , unchanged: Santa Fe (14'j, up M; Nickel Plate preferred 84'a. up 7 »; and North American 18%, unchanged. Four Issues Up on Los Angeles Market LOS ANGELES, Sept. 20. (JP>— A steady undertone prevailed in opening stock prices today Vith four issues advancing, one declining and seven unchanged on an early turnover of 4500 shares. General Motors and Ryan Aeronautical showed advances, while Lockheed Aircraft, Menasco Manufacturing and Richfield Oil warrants were unchanged. . Clencral Motors 62'i Lockheed Aircraft 20 1 ;, Mesnasco Manufacturing 1.05 Richfield Oil wsrrants 78 Ryan Aeronautical 4vi Los Angeles Produce ' LOS ANGELES. Sept. 20. (JP)—Tradinc in fruits and vegetables was fair today. Tomatoes slightly weaker; beans, figs and, avocados firm; cantaloupes, corn and broccoli were slightly stronger and peaches were llrm. Tomatoes; Local. Snn Diego county anil Ventura county, lugs 6x5« nnd 5x6s $l.r>0 (EP1.75; Watsonville. Sxfis and 6x6s $2; Centcrville. 5x5s and 5x6s $1.60 <S> 2; Santa. Jlurui. ox."« and 5x6s $1.7!"i®2; Santa. Barbara, 2-layer, Bx5s and 5xOs }1.50@2. Beans; Kentuckys. local, San Diego county and northern 13c Ib,; yellow wax 11I&12C Ib.: Limaa, local and San Diego county, bush 7@9c Ib.; Carptnterla. bush 8®>9c Ib. Figs: Local Brunswlcks 10t?l2c Ib.: Kudolas, 1-luyer flats $1.25; 2-Iayer luc Hi. Avocados: Nabals 20iJ?'25c Ib.; Ana- heims 18<ft'2Gc Hi.; Dickinsons $1.75<$2 flats; seedlings, 3li«-42s $2.8r,i!«3. Cantaloupes: Local and Saugiis, Hsles. best. 36s and larger $2.25® 2.50: Little Hock, Idlcled crates. Jumbos, 36s and larger $2.50; Ran .Toanuln valley. Jumbos, ;i6s nnd lavRcr t3.25WS.ftO; Crcnshaws, Han Joariuln valley, Jumbos. 4s-6s $1.75® 2.25; Persians. Pan Joaquin valley. Jumbos, 4s-8s $2®2.50. Corn; Local lugs Clolden Cross 3-3'.4- doz. $1.25®]. SO; Oregon, crates 6-rtoz. holdovers $1.&0 I ^2-, local crates 6-doz. $2.50; Washington, sacks, G-GVi-doz. holdover J2.60. Peaches: Beaumont-Tucalpa, Tllo Oso Oema. 70s nnd larger 9.7c Ih.; San Joaquin, Phillips clings, packed 6@6c Ib, Los Angeles Livestock LOS ANGELES. Sept. 20. (UP.)—Cattls salable 1600; fairly active, fully steady; few medium steers $12@13; common $9.76 <3>10.l "; odd hellers $14; common to medium grass heifers $10@12; medium tn good cows $10.7R@12, cutters to common S8.504MO.TiO; canners and cutters $6.251® 8.25; common to medium bulls $8.50® 10.35; calves salable 700; steady to BO cents lower medium to good slaughter calves and vealers $12@14. Hogs salable 900; active, steady; medium to choice 180-240 Iba. $15.75; heavier weights $15. Oood to choice wooled lambs quoted $13.50@14. Government Bonds NEW YORK, Sept. 20. GP>—The closln* prices of bonds on the New York Slock Exchange; 2Vjs, 68-03, inO.lfi. 2'ifl, 69-64, December, 100.J. • 2','js, 70-65, 100.11. « OBITUARIES INFANT BOY STTCK—Funeral service* for tho Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Fenton L. Stuck, 415 El Tejon ctreet, Oildale, win died September 19 at a local hospital, will be held September 20 at 3 p. m. at Greenlawn Memorial Chapel. Interment will be In Grec-nlawn Memorial Park. Surviving the child are his sister, Frances ICny Stuck, Oildalel grandparents. Air, and Mrs. John W. Banks. Olldale. IN APPRECIATION We wish to express our appreciation for the kindness and sympath of our friends and for their beautiful floral offerings during our recent bereavement. (Signed) Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Raifsdale and Mr. and Mrs. F. C. MarquM. UNION Furnishes MONUMENTS FLOWER CONTAINERS GRAVE MARKERS AT LOWEST PRICES Office Within the Ground! Monumental Display at Cemetery Entrance Phone 7-7185 Flickinger-Digier CHAPIL Distinctive Funeral Service at Moderate Cost ? Phoira 7-7881 Chtitir Av«nu« at Thirteenth J. 0, Fllokuwr Fraik DigUr AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY and NIGHT

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