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rruitf and Vegetable* WB STILL HAVE late huckleberries, per tray. Phone 2-8S13. NO MORE PEACHES until about October 10. Watch thin column for ada. Merrill Fruit Ranrli, Rio B r avo. SI NO MORE PEACHES until October. Watch this for ad«. Merrill Fruit Ranch, Rio Bravo. 50 FOR SALE—Two man or good work marei, one brood mar* with colt. Mr. _ Groat. Phone 2-706(1. 7-19-lf ATTENTION Blood-teitod baby chick*, brnoden, poultry •uppliei and feed. W- buy your ten Chick) »11> hundred. 2210 Union, or (14 Eighth. Phone 7-7028 or 2-9489. Z-l-tr BABY CHICKS. 115 per hundred. New • Hampibirf R«K Rhode Island Red*. Plymouth Rock*, Rock and Red Croii, New ihlpment every Monday: order early. Also plcntj of metal feeder*, fountain* and DOUllry medicine*. Ward'* Farm _ Store. 2625 Cheater. 4-17-lf OFFERING n numher <it nut«t*ndln« yearling* and 2-year-old registered Hereford bull*. A H. Karpe. Phone 9-U«71. 7-19-tt BABY CHICKS ctarted on order. We have colored broiler*, roaitlnic hen*. Riverview Hatchery, 215 Robert* Lane. Phone 2-9396. 7-lil-tf ATTENTION, POULTRYMENI Our Market I* Open We Par Top* for Fryer* and Roaster* One Blon* Weat of Eaat Rakertfleld Post Office 110« Kern Street Dial 2-2468 BRADFORD POULTRY MARKET y WANTED TO BUT—Hone*, hog*, cattle, any amount. L Anderaon. Rout* 2, Box 906. Phone 2-7008. 68 BUT. SELL or trade, all klnda of livestock. Phone 2-3022. Roy Johnion. 1 mil* north Pumpkin Center, 200 yarrtu east on Hosklns Road. 68 FOR SALE—Two good mules. Shatter 4924. Phone 62 FOR SALE—Fancy producing doe*. Priced to Bell quickly. Phone 2-3186. 62 YOUNG HENS, laying now, excellent layers. Slewing and mastitis hens. Mrs. 1C. FuBit, 400S East Oregon. rhono 1M161'. 6 2 FOR SALE—Eighl-month-old Berkshire hoard, or trnde for hos to butcher. At Van Horn Dnlrlw. H. A. Vnn Horn. phone 2-7081'. 60 FOR SALE—Gentlo mara and saddle. IHO. Knur inneraprine cushiona for trailer liouse, $30. Call 3-25.15 after 6 p. m. 61 SIX-QUART Saunan milk ucmt, bred. »15; Sitanan hilly, from 'i-nuart mother, and registered father, J10. Billy Service, phone 6-56511, Poultry and Livestock FOR SALE—Milk goat, tested. Phone 2-4082. Undulant fever 6*. WHITE LEGHORN hens. Second home on Enger avenue. Greenacrea. Phone 2-1009. 60 NEW HAMPSHIRE chicks every Tuesday. $10 per 100: L"8hornH. <15. Modesto Hatchery. Route 6. Modealo. FOR SALE—YounB white does, ready to breed, cheap. 800 Niles street, phone S-5822. 61 FOR SALE—Pedigreed New Zealand rabbits, three hutche*. one doubl* decker. Call after 6 p. m. 5-5228. 60 FOR SALE—Span young gentle mules: have been worked. Half mile south Vineland School In Wee 1 Patch. Rankln Ranch. • 52 TWO 200-nound hogs. Call after 6 p. m., 7-7748, or Sir, HlgRlns Drive. FOR SALE—4!> Anuoim 14-weeks-old chirks; 25 1-yenr-oM Hampshire hens, laying. Phone 6-6133. 51 FOR SALE—One perfect matched Belgian team, 7 and 8 year* old. with extra heavy harness. Etchecopar, Route 3. Box 753. Old River Road. li 3 FOR SALIC—Feeder pigs, two registered hoar pigs, Hamrshlr. 1 boar pig and Poland Ch'na. 4 months old; purebred Durot' sow. Phone 2-2064. ^.^J*0 FIRST larpre freeh ~HoTstPin heifer, with heifer calf by side. $115; three heifer springers. 500 BrunclaKO. f>^ THREE does and one buck, one single hutch, one double hutch, six fence posts. Phone 3-1022. Address 412 Beech street. 51 Dogs and Othor Pots YOUNG MALE hirddoir for sale cheap. Phone 6-6740. 2229 East California. 50 FOR SALE—Young -varbler canary era, $(i.60. Phone 2-3787. ilnu- 51 Legal Notice* NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ENOAOE IN THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES—September 26. 1944. To Whom It Mny Concern: Notice ia hereby given that flfleen days after the date posted, the undersigned proposes to sell alcoholic beverages at the.ee premises, described as follows: II Trovatore. 920 20(h St., Bakersfield. Pursuant to such intention, the undersigned Is applying to the State Board of Equalization for 'ssuance of an alcoholic beverage license (or licenses) for these premises as follows: On Sale Beer & Wine, On Sale Distilled Spirits. Anyone desiring to protest the Issuance of such licensed*) 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 nlcoholic beverages. Julius Anton, Susie Anton. Sept. 27. KERN BIRTHS RECORDED DAKKRSFIEM) ANDRADA—To wife of Claude Vincent A mi rn ltd. a son, Anthony Gregory, Au- gUHt 27. ARMSTRONG—To wife of Luther Sherman Armstrong, a son, Luther Sherman, Augur*' 28. AXPARREN—To wifn of Fred Mendoza A/.parron, a son, Freddie Vincent, Au« Rugt 24. ADKISON—To wife of Jamep Delbert Ad- kiaon, a ion. Uelbert Haatin, August 30. CHILDJSRS—To wife of John Thomas Chllders. a son, David Harold, Au- t-UHl 28. CLARK—To wife of Orvillc W. Clark, a daughter. Carolyn Gail. AugUBt 27. COLWELL—To wife of Donald Keith Colwell, a son, Donald Keith. September 1. EJSSLKR—To wife of Sargent Klsaler. a daughter. Candaco Mary, August 29. EK.MIGARAT—To wife of Louja Krmiga- rat. a ion. Raymond. August 30. GALATAS—To wife of Phillip Galata«, a unn. Cunt, Ausuat 30. HKR.N'ANDEZ—To wife of ,1. Guadalupe * Hernandr?. a daughter, Mary Guadalupe. Auguat 30. HERRON—To wife of Melvln Hcrron, a daughter, Evelyn Mnlre. August 2(1 IOL1—To wife of Dominic Jprry loll, a son. Brou Dominic, August 2U. PARDUB—To wife of Odie Lee Pardu*. a Bon, Gerald Lee, August 26. PHILLIPS—To wife of Arthur Wllford Phillip*, a son. William Jan. August 26. STONE—To wife of Jewell Jessie stone, a son. Paul Lltchfield. August 27. TH:ER—To wife of John We«ley Ticer. • son. Tom Alan. August 31. TOWLER—To wife of Lieutenant Thomas Oarce Tnwler, a aon, Thomas Peyton. August 29. UHLEK—To wife of George Walter tlhler, a rtauBht?r. Lnuann Maxine. August 26. \\'AGY—To wife of Philip Maples Wagy, a daughter. Klisa Hay, August 31. •WHEELER—To wife. of John Miller Wheeler, n daughter. Karen. August 27. lltTTONW'ILI.OW HOWELL—To wife of William Rny Howell, a aon, Wayne Roy. August 81. GREENFIELD ASH—To wife of Johnnie Douglas Ash, a son, Johnnie Douglas, August 24. MOJAVE CREECH—To wife of Dewey William Creech, a daughter. Carol, August 28. MfKOC DELISI—To wife of Anthony John Delis!, a daughter. Antoinette Marie. August 27. HAMILTON—To wife of Howard Elnnr Hamilton, a daughter, Reglna Loulee. August 26. HAHEU—To wife of Oliver Duphous Maheu. a daughter, Carroll Ann, ^August 25, ARV1N GREEN—To wife of William Huston Green, a son, Robert Huston, August 28. LAMONT THOMAS—To wife of Melvln Buck Thomas, a son. Melvln Dale, August 28. DELANO ARMENDARIZ—To wife of Juan Artnen- dariz. a daughter. Lillian. August 30. BAHR1ENTOS—To wife of Domingo Bar- rleuton, a daughter. Irene August 28. BELL—Ti wife of Lester Aldrlfh Bell, a son. Robert Oliver. August 23. BROCKMAN—To wife of William J. Brockmun. a daughter, Marion Louise, August 22. DRAEGER—To wife of Edward Ferdinand Draeger, a daughter, Diane Kay, August 24. DEATON—To wife of Le Roy Deaton, a son. Gary Lee. August 1!>. DEES—To wife of Homer Floyd Dees, twin daughter and son, Judy and Rudy, August 31 DODD—To wife of Durward T. Dodd, a son. Garland Durward, August 27. FITCH—To wife of CuUis E. Fitch, a daughter. Patsy Ann, August 18. GREGORY—To wife of Elverd E. Gregory, a son. Jackie Eugene, August 27. HAWLEY—To wife of Samuel Francis Hawley. a son, Michael Richard, August 21). HOUK—To wife of Fred R. Houk, a daughter. August C4. INC'E—To wife of Belvin Ward Ince. a son, Merwln Ward. August 27. 1NSELMAN—To wife of Wilfred N. ' Inselman, a son Larry Wilfred, on August 23. INGRAM—To wife of Billy Jack Ingram, a son. Galleon Vaughn. July 15. LAPD—To wife nf Glenn Rne Ladd, a son, Kenneth Rac, August 30 MARTIN—To wife of Joe C. Martin, a .son, Freddie Joe. August 23. MASTERS—To wife of Teddy Alex Masters, a daughter, August 24. PINA—To .wife of Rumoldo Pina, a son, Joe Mantifl. July 11, ROTH—To wife of Leo Roth, a son, James Ray. August 3 SAL.C1DO—To wife of Joaouln Salcido, a daughter, Mary Ruflna, August 29. WALKUP—To wife of Vincent W. Walkup, a son. Vincent Bruce, August 21. WATTS—To wife of Ernest Clarence Watts, a daughter, Judith Gale, August 29. NHAFTER BAKER—To wife of Everett Olen Baker, a da. ,htei, Mary Ruey, August 5. BLAKEMORE—To wife of David P. Blakemori, a daughter. Linda Gay, August IB. GREER—To wife of Dave Jefferson Greer. a son, J. W., August 16. MONTGOMERY—To wife of Homer Calvin Montgomery, a daughter, Mary Louise, August 22. GREENE—To wife of Harold Woody Greene, a ion, Harold Woody II, August 26. SMITH—To wife of Dean Victory Smith, a daughter, Linda Ann. August 22. TAYLOR—To wife of Bill Taylor, a son, Billy TCugrne. August 25. WATSON—To wife of Homer Cal Wataon, a son, Homer Ray. August 18. WELCH—To wife of John Wesley Welch, a daughter, Janice Marie. August 23. McFARLANI) TUCK—To wife of Burl Elige Tuck, a daughter, Burla Jean, August 28. GONV.ALES—To wife of Meleclo Abril Gonzale*. a daughter, Bertha Alicia, August 23. OILDALE GREEN— T:i wife of Albert Oliver Green, a daughter. Brenda Jo. August 29. Bette Davis, Soldier Deny Engagement COLUMBUS, Ga., Sept, 27. UP)— An army corporal joined Motion Picture Actress Bette Davis today in a denial that matrimony was their object. Corporal Lewis A, Riley, a former New York City real estate dealer now a signal corpsman stationed at nearby Fort Benning, issued his statement through his commanding officer after Miss Davis asserted "1m not going to marry anyone." "I'm amazed and astonished by It all," said the screen actress, who established temporary residence outside adjacent Phenix City, Ala., Monday. The romance rumor started, she said, with a "silly paragraph in a film column. OBITUARY NOTICES BAIMV, HOWARD LAWRENCE—Funeral gervlcea for Howard Lawrence Bailln, 17, son of Mr. and M.-s. Samuel Bailln. jrrja Lincoln itreel. Bakerstleld, who •lied SScu'.pinbPi -4 at Atasradero, will lie held September 2S at 11 a. m. at KlIukingrr-DlKier Chanel. Rabhl Jack Levy ofticiatiiiB Interment will be in the Jewish Cemetery. CARLSON, AMANDA ELIZABETH—Fu- noral sen-ices for Amanda Elizabeth Carlson, 78. who died September 116 at a local hoxpitul. will be held September 28 at 2 p. m. at the HopHon Mortuary, the Reverend Charlea Opie officiating. Pallbearers will be O. D, YounB, M. B. MeFarland, A. E. Sherwood, Joe Shannon. Arthur Btancllff and M. R. Cowan. Soloist will be Qlenna Black, accompanied by Mrs. Ranald Clark. Surviving Mrs. Carlson ar« her .sons, Charles E. Carlson. Vallejo: Arthur O. Carlson. Long Beach: grandchildren, Constance C'nrlao . Long peach: Beverly Jo Carleon. Vallejo; Loretta Fay Carlson, Vallejo: brother. Charlie Wilson. Sweden; • Ister, Mrs. Tekla .Shannon. Bakersfleld; nieces uirl nephews living elsewhere. HOLT. BABY BOY—Graveside services will be held 'or tho infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jlolt. of 201 F street, who wau born on September 23 and died on September 26 at a local hospital. The Infant ts survived, in addition to his .parents, by three sliCi-rd, Eleanor, Lucille nnd Joan Marie: and a. brother, BrnmTil Charles: and two grandmothers. Sirs. Mlnnlr (Vvei-t, of Taft. and Mrs. Josephine Fchunkc. of Lancaster. The Reverend Father Stefftison of Gardner Field will offii late and interment will b« In the West Side Cemetery. The iUoffer Funeral Home is In charge of arrangements. MARQl'K/, JULIA TOKKKS — Funeral services for JnliH Torres Marquez. 67, who died September 25 at a local hospital, will be held September 28 at 9:30 a. m. at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, the Reverend Gilbert Myers officiating. Interment will be in Bakersfleld Memorial Park. Rotary will be conducted September 27 at 8:30 p. m. at the Hop- son Mortuary. Surviving Mrs. Marquez ui-e, her »on, Andrew Marquez. United Ntules Army; (laughters, Mrs. Petra Arias and Mrs Leipa Martinez, Bakersfield: brother, Faustino Torres, Mexico, and nine grandchildren. SANDKHS, AMON—Funeral services for Amori Sanders. 2.1. who died September 24 In Tula re. will be held September 28 at 3 p. m. at Assembly of God Church, Lamont. Brother A. E. Osborn officiating. The Hopson Mortuary ia In charge of arrangements. Interment will be In C.reonlawn Ccn-.etery. Surviving Mr. Sanders are his mother, Mrs. Ella Ssn- ders, Vallejo; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arjos L. Slfford, Missouri; brother, Charles Sanders, Vallejo; slater, Jane Sanders, Vallejo: sister. Jane Sanders, Vallejo; aunts, Pansy Slfford, Lamont: Vprna Slfford. Oklahoma City; Lula 8lf- foid. MIsHouri: Stella Prince, Arizona: uncles, Jimmy Siflprd and Alvln Slfford, both of Lamont, and Buddy Slfford, Missouri. SINOI.ETARY. I,1NDA FREDERIC—Funeral services for Linda Frederic Slngle- tary, 9-m mths-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Slngletary of 218 North street, who died Monday afternoon, will be held September 27 at 2:30 p. m. in the Krickson Ir Brown Funeral Home. Linda was born In Taft on December 19. 1943, and. In addition to her parenta. la survived by two sisters, Diana Jeanne and Shirley Mae, and other relatives. The Reverend P. K. Flaming will have charge of tile services and interment will be In the West Side Cemetery. WHYGLK, ANDREW—Funeral services for Andrew \Vhyelc. Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Whygle, Route 5, Box 342, who died September 25 a* his home, were held September 27 at 2:30 p. m. at Greenlawn Chapel, the Reverend Amos Poole officiating. Interment was in Greenlawn Memorial Park. Surviving the infant, besides his parents, are brothers, C. J. Whygle. Willie Whygle and Joe Haymond Whygle, all of Bakersfinld: sisters, Lauretta Marie Whygle awl Martha Katherlna Whygle. both of Bakersfleld; grandparents, Martha Why- gle and .1. C. Lester, both of Oklahoma. UNION Furnishes MONUMENTS FLOWER CONTAINERS , GRAVE MARKERS .AT LOWEST PRICES Office Within the Grounds Monumental Display at Cemetery Entrance Phone 7-7185 Fliektager-Dfgier CHAPEL Distinctive Funeral Service it Moderate Cost Phon* 7-7991 Ch«»t«r Av«nu« at Thlrtttnlh J, 0. FHtkkwr Fratk OWr AMBULANCE SERVICE OAK and NIGHT NEW YORK STOCK CLOSE NEW YORK. Sept. 27. OF)— Air Reduction Alaska JuncHii A Hied Chemicitl and !">>'*» Allls Chalmers Aniericnn Can American Car .and Koundry American Locomotive American Rad. and Ktd. San American Rolling Mill American Smelter and Ref American Tel. and Tel American Tobacco B American Viscose Anaconda Armour & Company Atchtson, '"oneka .".nd Santa Fe.. Atlantic Refining Aviation Corporation Baldwin Locomotive _ Bendix Aviation Rethleheni Stiel Hoeing Airplane Korden i Borg Warne" Brings Manufacturing Calumet A Hecln Canada Dry Canadian Pacific. Cane (.!. I.) Caterpillar Trnclor Cftlftnese Corporation Chesapeake & Ohio Chrysler Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Columbia Gas r.nd Kh'ctnc Commercial Credit Commercial Investtnent Trust Commercial Solvents Commonwealth Edison Commonwealth & Southern Consolidated Edison Consolidated Vultee Container Corporation Continental Oil Del Crown Zellerlmeh CurllsH-Wright nollKlas Aircraft Dll Pont de Nemuur Hafltern Airlines Kastman Kodak Klectric. Auto Light Electric Bout Electric Cower & Light General Electric General Foods General Motors Goodrich Goodyear Tire and Rtihher Great Northern Railroad pfgd Greyhound Corporation Hnmectake Mining Houd Hershey B International Harvester International Nickel Can International Paper . 40 H .'l49»! . M'j, ,. 88'* . 39 . 21 'i . 12', .. M'4 . 39 ?,-'* "> '* r,4'. 44'il til 'i 14'» SUVtl 41) 40 «'.4 31 111". SB'.a 50 3S 4f) 92 ", L'9'd 15T4 2S 19i 44', 13 501, 47% 3S 21 'i 43 '» ITU 80 30'', International Tel. and Tel Johns-Manville ....................... ___ Kennecott I.ibbey-Owens-Kord Glass — Martin HI. L. ) Martin Parry McKesson & Bobbins Montgomery Ward Nash Kelvinator National Biscuit National Cash Register National Dairy Products National Distillers National Lt-atl .. National Power ft Light New York Central North American Aviation North Amrri'-an Co Northern Pacific Ohio Oil Pacific Gas * Electric Patk.trd .Motors fan American Air\v-ays I'aramotmL 1'ictnres Penne.v's Pennsylvania Hailroad Pepsi-Col-! .............................. I'helps Dodgo ... . Philip Morris .................. » Phillips Pen-oleum Puhlic Service of N. .1 Pullrtjan ................ Radio Corp. of America Radio-Kcith-Orpbeiim Itayiiiiier. hu- Republl..- Steel .......... Ke.vnold:i Tohacco H. Richfield Oil Srlipnle.v Distillery Sein-s, nueliiii-k Shell t'nion Oil SncnDy \'acuum Southern Pacific. ........ Southern Italhvav Snerry Corporation Standard lirands Standard Gas & Elec. $l pfd Standard Oil of Calif ...... Standard oil of Indiana Sliindnrd Oil of N .1 Studehaker Texas (.'ompany Tide Water Associated Oil Transamerica Ti-ansamerica & Western Air Tnion Oil of Calif 1'nited Air Lines 1'nlted Aircraft t'nited Corporation 1'nlted States Rubber 1'nlted Stales Steel Warner Bros. Pictures Western t'nion Telegraph Westinshoupe Klec. & Mfg Woolworth Youngslown Sheet & Tube 93% 337* 52 '3 1 !! ", to 'JK 5 1 7 fc lii'n 6' 3 1 S S4 t't 1 .* IB 33 '« 5 "4 31 T * 25 7 s I'M 2!* 1 i« 63 ;. 22 "n 93 4.1 'i 1 7 !n 4 7 •% 10 fi * _ S "i 17 '» H '« 3:i' < 4 !1S 1 2 ' 1 2S 3', 3ri"', 32-"'4 5;i:s 1 :i ' 4 4rt a .t 14 7 » !i '.a 23 1 8 »i :H'j 30\ 1 J a 4!i r '» 57 Ni 1 2 -H BOMBERS SMASH KASSEL RAILS • ^ _. NAZI COMMUNICATIONS HIT THIRD STRAIGHT DAY Western Stocks Up on S. F. Market SAX FRANCISCO, Sept. 27. <£>>— Western stocks turned higher today despite wavering tendencies in the New York market. Gains of ?i to 1 went to Dominguez Oil, Mat.son, Ken- necott, Western Department Stores common and preferred, and L,e Tour- neu. Aircraft Accessories moved up Vi in brick trading. Oahu lost 1 i. stock— Clo»e Aircrat't Accessories 5'.* Calamba Sugar 9 ChryHler Corporation Crgwn Xellorhach Crown XellerbHch pfd Kniporium-Capwell ...- nallaml Mercantile (Je.neral Paint l.e Tourneau 27 Jlasnavox J* National Auto FiheiH 10 North American Investment ft North American Invest. 6 r 'o pfd fit O'Connor-Mnffett AA 2'1 Pacific. GaH k Klectric 33 Pacific Lighting Pacific; Tel. & Tel Hheem Munufact urlnsr Sound View Pulp , Southern Calif. Gas pfd. A Southern Pacific Spring Valley Standard Oil of California , Thomas A. 1,. A 1'nion Oil of California I'niversal Oil Victor Kouipment Wentern Department Stores... West Indies Sugar , "Western Pipe 19", 101!'.i . 2<l«4 15 Kl'i .. 44', ..11!) 20«» 36 ft .. 35% .2. SO .. IS'i - 13 Vi Seven Issues Up on Los Angeles Market LOS ANGELES, Sept. 27. OP)— Early stock transactions showed Increased activity today with 7 issues advancing, 2 declining and 6 unchanged on an early turnover of 11.619 shares. Bandlni Petroleum. Central Investment, Consolidated Steel common, Gladding McBean and Union Oil of California were fractions to points higher on the Los Angeles Exchange. ' Stock — Clo»« Bandlni Petroleum .............................. • liH Central Investment ............................ 63 Consolidated Steel com ....... _....„ ...... _ 12 ',4 Consolidated Steel pfd .................... _. 24 Oladdlng-McBean ................................ 14 3 i Republic Petroleum ................ „ ........ „ Mi Sinclair Oil .......................................... 13',i Southern California Kdi»on com... L'iJlit Union Oil of California ...................... 18% Mlnlnf Stock* Blaclc Mammoth ................................. 0» Cotton Futures NEW YORK. Sept. 27. OF)— Cotton futures registered gains of as much as 80 cents a bale today on mill and New Orleans buying ulthnugb part of the gain was erased through liquidation and ti eft HP selling. Volume of trading was restricted pending development* on the government cotton program but the market appeared Influenced by the probability that futures prices will move upwards towai-d parlt5"Mevela sought by the government. I.ale prices were IB to S5 cents a bale higher, October 21.96, December 21.93 and Man* 21.91. Futures closed 10 to BO cents a bale higher. October 21.95 nominal. December 21.91. March 21.89, July 21.69. Middling spot 7.2.39 nominal. Los Ancolos Produco I.OS ANGELES, Sept. 27. OP)— Trad- Ing In fruits and vegetable* was rather slow to fair today. Squash and cantaloupe* ilightly weaker; tomatoes slightly stronger on best with wide range Quality; sweet potatoes and lettuce firm at celling. Squash: White Hummer, local, Snn Diego county and northern, lugs f 2® 2.75; Italian, local. San D'.tgo county and northern $^.@2.75; yellow crookneck, local, San Dieso county and northern $2@2.50; Table Queen, local and San Joaquln valley (1.25. Cantaloupes: Local, Sailgus end Riverside Hales best, jurritm 36a and larger J2.il> @3; Little Rock, lidded crates, jumbo 36s and larger S3. 50; San Joaquln valley, jumbo 36s and larger, t3.COO3.75: Honeydew*. San Joaquln valley, jumbo 6s->s, standard On-lL'a S1.75@2.25; Crenahaws, San Joaauin valley, jumbo 4s-6* 12.60: Persians, San Joaquin valley standard. 8s ll.7f>@2.25. Tomatoes: Local, San Diego county «nd Ventura county, lugs 4x5s, 5x6* 12.26© 3: Santa Maria 5x6», 5x6a I2.50®3; Santa Barbara two-layer 5x5s, ftxBs 11.7592. Sweet poatoes: Local, San Joaauin valley, all varieties C.3c Ib. Lettuce: Dry pack, Santa Barbara county and Ran Luis Obispo county, crates 4-5 doien 14.10. Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES, Sept. 27. (UP>— Eggs: Wholesale price* consumer grade: Large, grade A 64055 lie, grade B 33®34c: medium, grade A 47®49c; small, grade A 204<)22c. Retail price* In consumer: Large, grade AA «l>068c, grade A «2<tt>«6c, grade B 40@43c; medium, grade AA 64@«2c, grade A 53@58c; small, grade A 25932c, Candled grade deggs to retailers (cases): Large, grade AA r>8H©60c, grade A 66 fame, crade B 36®38c: medium, grade AA 50ffi>f>2c, grade A 48@52c; small, grade A 24®27c. Butter unchanged at OPA ceiling*. Poultry unchanged. Los Angolos Livestock LOS ANQELES, Sept. 27. <UR>— Cattle salable 2000. very slow, early sale* barely steady; few common steers (9.75011.50: medium to rood cow* (10.25012.26, cutter lo common (8010. canner* and cuttirs (f).5U&7.75: cutter to common bull* (6.50 08. Calvel salable 600, (low, weak to lower, medium to good ranee calve* (10 013. common down to (9. Hogs salable 500. active, steady: medium to choice 180-240 lb*. (15.75. heavier weight* mostly 115; good to choice *ow« 114.50014.75. Sheen salable BO. no sales: good to choice wooled lamb* quoted J13.60&14. Los Angolos Cash Grain LOS ANGELES, Sept. Z7, C4»>— Price* quoted are cwt., field run, In carlot* only. California barley, grading 4« Ib*.. bulk 12.12 'i ©M7',i. Teza* yellow milo. No. L'. bulk (2.1502.20. California wheat, bulk. No. 1 hard or soft white (2.604C 2.65. No. t oat*. 35 lb*,, bulk K.IO .02.65. Qovornmont Bonds - ' NEW YORK. Sept. !7. OP)— The closing price* of bond* on the New York Stock Exchange: 2 'is. 54-4>, 106.14. 2*. 54-52, 100.17. Los Anajolos Hay LOS ANGKLE8. Sept. 27. (.*>>— Alfalfa •nd grain hay prices were unchanged today. Carlo I. arrival*: 1» wheat, 1 corn, 4 oat*. 3 ratio, 12 (lour. I cereal. II bay. Stocks Keep Firm Tone on N. Y. Mart NBW YORK, Sept. 27. (U.Pt — Stocks maintained a firm tone today. Around noon most of the leading issues showed fractional advances while special stocks rose as much as 4>,2 points in Universal Leaf Tobacco preferred, which made a new high at 171 Vi on one 10-share lot sale. United States Steel was at 57'i, up >i; Bethlehem 62 Vi, up %; Chrysler 92, unchanged; General Motors 62'a, off U; American Telephone 162%, up Vj; and Allls Chalmers 36%, up U. Copper issues were strong as a group, featured by Kennecott, which equalled its high for the year at 34, up a point. Phelps Dodge also was active at 23;, up %. American Smelting rose ?* to 39'.2. LONDON, Sopt. ?". <•£">—More than 11 OK American heavy bombers attacked railroad yanls and industrial plnnts today at Kapsol, Ltidwlg- shafpn. Cologne and Main?:, all in western Germany. The bis t'nited States bombers struck out in the third straight day of heavy attacks on German commit nieation.s and war plants behind the western front. A strong force of British Ijancast- ers and Halifaxes set fires nt the inland German port of Karlshruhe and at Frankfurt last night in attacks rusting two bombers. Karlsruhe is on the Hhine 100 miles beyond Metz, for which AnuM-irans are fighting. Frankfurt Is about tho same dis- tanre from Luxembourg, another G. I. front and both cities are supply centers for the embattled Ger- limn armies. Many heavy bombers and swarms of lesser planes crossed the channel on this third successive day of concentrated aerial attack. The Germans had been using Karlsruhe as a supply and reinforcement center for the southern end of the western front. A reconnaissance pilot saw smoke 8,000 feet above the city. Frankfort, a Prussian industrial city of 547,000. is a meeting point of a net of railroads and the home of several large chemical plants. Specific night targets there were not named. Well ever 4000 Allied planes were in action over the continent yesterday, counting fighters and fighter bombers. Ten American and four British bombers were lost. Gov. Warren Commends Newspapers PROCLAMATION ASKS STATE TO JOIN IN PRESS WEEK OBSERVANCE Candidates Will Be Initiated by Eagles Members of Bakersfleld Aerie No. S3, Fraternal Order of Eagles, will meet tonight at 8 o'clock in Eagles hall, 1714 G street. A class of candidates will be given the obligation of membership by Worthy President Earl M. Sowle, assisted by the regular corps of officers. A large attendance is expected. A special membership drive, extending through the months of October, November and December, will be announced and committees appointed. This meeting will also mark the close of a contest between the auxiliary police department members, captained by Lieutenant Claude Morelock of the Bakersfield police department, and the auxiliary fire department members, with Captain Harry Long: of the Bakergfleld fire prevention and inspection bureau as their leader. Floyd Stanton, chairman of entertainment, announces there will be a buffet luncheon following the meeting 1 and will be prepared by Tony Massey and his assistants. Suit Asks $15,000 for Alleged Injuries Leo Smith has filed a complaint against Vincent Clerou asking judgment in the sum of $15,000 plus cost of suit, claiming financial loss as a result of injuries caused to his back when the defendant assertedly assaulted him without provocation on September 25, 1943. The complain states that as a result of the injuries, the plaintiff was and ia unable to perform all his normal duties and daily activities. The plaintiff is also said to have incurred financial obligations for medical treatment in addition to his loss of earnings. Co-operation Postwar Need, Says Warren* CITY, COUNTY, STATE WORK VITAL TO SOLVE PROBLEMS: GOVERNOR SACRAMENTO, Sept. 27. (UP) — Postwar problems growing out of "tremendous wartime concentration" in California's defense Industry areas cnnriot bo solved without the full and forthright co-operation of city, county and state governments, Governor Earl Warren told a conference of the League of California Cities here last night. Blighted living areas left in the wake of expanded shipbuilding-, aircraft and munitions centers will become a "common problem" lo communities, a problem the state government must find means of solving, Warren warned. The governor added he would seek further state emphasis on recreational programs as an Important preventive of juvenile delinquency. Warren told conference delegates that planning for the state's postwar construction program of more than $100,000,000 had progressed to a point where some contracts on projects awaited only the war's end and a call for bids. Earl D. Mallery, director of the American Municipal Association, told the conference he believed federal aid for highways, airports and unemployment relief should be channeled through state governments. Mallery criticized municipal "reliance" on federal funds which he said had been built up by relief appropriations. Accused Escapee Will Be Returned to Texas Peter Jones alias Oscar Williams, accused escape from the state peni- tenltary at JIuntsvlllo, Texas, who was arrested In Btittonwlllow two weeks ago, will be returned to Texas within a few days, according to Sheriff John K. L,oustalot. Sentenced to 25 years, following his conviction of first degree bur- Klary chargeH, he has served six years of his sentence. He has escaped twice, the first time in 1940 and the second in October, 1943, according to the sheriff's office. WATCH STOLEN Jack Fambrough, 701 H street, reported the theft o£ a wrist watch valued at $50, according to Sheriff John Loustalot. The watch was stolen from the glovo compartment of his car parked on Cotton wood Road last night. SACIIAMKNTO. Sept. 27. </P> — Governor Warren commended California newspapers today for their warthup serviep and asked all ritizons of the slate to partiri- pnto in National Newspaper Week whirh starts Sunday. Tln> governor's proclamation stated: "In rocop-iiition of the remark- nlile wartime rernrd of the American press—a record of service to community, to the nation, and to the i-ause of world freedom—it is fitting that the entire citizenry of cmr state should join in tlto observance. "Working- as n team—a free people enlightened by n free press, we have met the unprecedented demands of our day in inspiring manner. Our production record and our fighting record .stand as eloquent illustrations of popular understanding of why battles have had to be fougli! and why victory must be complete. "Kven in the fare of wartime restrictions and curtailment, our press bus risen to new heights of net-vice. In a world that Is on the march, it has kept us alerted to trends and realisms. On its pages will be found explanations of tho tremendous determination and application of the people, and on those same pages will always he found encouragement for essential community effort and civilian responsibility. "With these thoughts in mind. I, Karl Warren, governor of California, take this occasion to commend the daily and weekly newspapers of California for the ninny and splendid public services performed during the months our nation has been at *vnr and do hereby urge that further public recognition be given the truism that without a free press, there can bo no democracy." Masonic Lodges to Hold Joint Meeting The four local Masonic lodges, Eakersficlii No. L'-4, Caledonia No. 4SG, Libcrtas No. 4li(i, and Security No. 581, will meet Friday at 8 p. in. in the Masonic temple, isrjo Eighteenth street, to observe tho anniversary of the signing of the Constitution of the United States. Leonard MfKaig, member of the Bakersfield High School faculty, has been secured as the principal speaker. This meeting will be open to all Masons and their families and friends and will stress that part of (lie Masonry teaching the duties of citizenship appropriate ut all times but especially at this pre-election period. Kern Sugar Beet Firms Make Local Contracts Kern county's three sugar br-ct companies are now making contracts with farmers for tho coming sugar beet crops, Marc A. Lindsay, Kern county farm adviser, announced today. The exact acreage will not be Indicated until the first part of 1945, Mr. Lindsay declared. Actions taken by the companies will be based on the policy of the government, according to the amount it will buy and cell- ing prices established. HOLD EVERYTHING! CAMPAIGN 4 HEADQUARTERS "I'll he votliiK thin year If It wasn't for tbelr unreasonabm rules—Imagine living In one state n whole Tear!" Sold Out for Opening! Phone Now to Assure Yourself m Table for Friday, Saturday and Sunday Evenings at Bakersfleld's New MUSIC BAR SUPPER CLUB Featuring the World-Famous Screen and Radio Artist IVIE ANDERSON DUKE ELLINGTON'S SINGING STAR and Her Original Recording Trio Coming Here Direct from Hollywood Continuous Entertainment Nightly from 8:30 to 1:30 1809 K Street-for Best Seats Call for Reservations-Phone 8-8933 Listen to Miss Anderson's Program Nightly at 9:30 Over KERN Local Artist Will Exhibit Paintings \vii| in iko !i"r ili'tnir. pnlili.-l- oxhiliiiinii •,!' ;."i of hrr piin'. Suluul.iy at Kast H.-i!;<-r.-l'i"i libnry i-n Bnk«-r si rct't. .\li p s. ll'.jrlip ii.is li.-irl p.ilntinsr MS a. linhliy fnr \", v. •:)]•- niid jiJ'.lgiiii; fi om hrr \voil; h.-is a naiin.il talent for it. I !!»'!• licM pi''tur>-s a !'f> liinyo inspirf-»l ! liv K'TII •"•••cur's *;]-'h ns- vurr.'?, half. ' \\hii.', half s\ hiio.L.Ti:<'n urnwlns? in' K'i'rn ri\cr canyiM. inbuilt:) j n :1M ,| i wildl'lowcr ('"iv^i'Muml. ati>] < liml'm's i I'fiT.v. II«T IHVH of hnrsi-.s has led | hi']' t-i do a pii-tni'M that j. s r-xof-p- ! j linnally iiiiv.-. ]\ .j,.pj, ts a horse galloping iln\vn a inradow. Shi- lias alsn ivnrkril on siil! !i!> and liis sc\'i'!-al uf thosf in the col- li'ri inn. Transports, Cargo Ships Get Priority "tt'ASHIXOTO.Y. S"pt. 'J7. (U.P) — Si'rnstary cf N.i\; - .Janus FnrrosUil said tnday that, assault transports and assault rar^o \rssrls. ra.oh rapa- lili- of i-airyin^ ctmiplotn units of fiKlitins; men or equipment from 1 his country 10 pninls of attack in the Pacific, have Ijcm sivr-n top priority in the naval shipbuilding program. The emphasis on thi>si> ships, which arc needed nt the rate of fivR every two days, will -in^ui the diversion of. components from every part of the overall .shipbuilding program, he naid. WESrCOHSI OX THEM PARADE Complaint for Judgment Filed by Gibson Firm A complaint for Judsm<>nt in tho amount of $1450 was filed today by (!. AV. Gibson and C. T). Gihson, partners In (1m Gibson Lumber Company of .Mo.iavo. against I 1 '. J. lleld- lobautjh and .lohn YVaKiipr of tho lleidlchangh-\Vnsnor Trucking Company, J?. H. ISvown, Dorothy Brown anil others Now! Doors Op«n 6:45 AND- BLVB S9 B ' NI L> 1721 19th SI - f'haw fpmi pr n. I'own anil others. Tho complaint .stated that tho dc- •rniants placed trucks, autos and hot- equipment on tho plaintiffs' •operty, opcm-d and entered build- K« on tho property, and occupied tlm promises from .March, 1944, to June IS, l!)44, without porml.ssio'n. Tho properly, owned by the plaintiffs, is located just south of tho city limits of, Mojfive. Oliver (.'. Charlevlllo is attorney for tho plaintiffs. Sgt. Joe Watson Is in Hospital in England Word has been received that Staff Sergeant Joe "Watson, a radio operator in tho air corps is now In a hospital in Knglnnd. Sergeant Watson was first reported missing over Germany and then was reported to be a prisoner of Gennany. With the liberation of France be was returned to Kngland. BOOSTER NIGHT SLATED Weed 1'atcii Grange Xo. 571 will observe its annnual Booster Night on Thursday with a pot luck dinner at 7 p. m. Entertainment is under tho direction of Mrs. Anna llansen. lecturer of tho lodge. John K. lluhmann i.s master of the grange. IRUIW OILDAtE Phone 2-6636 Charles Boyer In "GASLIGHT" Ann Miller in "JAM SESSION" Walter Brennan in "HOME IN INDIANA" Trudy Marshall in "LADIES OF WASHINGTON" Anne Baxter in "EVE OF ST. MARK" Otto Kruger in "THEY LIVE IN FEAR" Starts Tonight at 7:00 PLUS— BOB CROSBY NOW Matinoo Dally Doors Opon 1:30 CO-HITl DANCE Tomorrow Night September 28 DRUIDS HALL Across From flic S. F. Depot GOOD MUSIC Admission—50c Tux Included Show Starts Dally at 12 Neon Now DICK POWELL "It Happtned To«orr«w" TYRONE POWER "Tlu Black Swan" Open Daily at 12 Noon Now Playing ANNE BAXTER in "The Sullivans' TIM HOLT In "Sagebrush Law" News Cartoon LET "Things Worth While" Brighten Your Life KPMC at 3:30 P. M. LET IVERS FURNITURE COMPANY Brighten Your Home The Hiinu- of (luullt.v. Style and Ueautr in Furniture 625 Nineteenth Street Phone 4-4711 IN PERSON FREDDY $ MARTIN i and His Scns.atioii.il St.i/-> of Radio, Screen and St.»j;e' DANCE OF THE YEAR! "El Qlobo dt Cantolla" "Let DM Pilktu" Advancu

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