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For Sal*—Miscellaneous TIRB RECAPPING ONB-DAY SKRVICB CLEROU TIRE COMPANY 1717 K STREET PHONE 6-608S "Parla Liberated" and "lank* Capture Guam" and other newareels. I-mm and Itt-mm scenic, adventure and sports Picture*. New cartoons. Little King, Dnnald Duck. Mickey Mnuae. etc. Ed. ward'* Camera Exchange. l«o> Nlne- _teenth. 9-19-tf ^w and used. Bought, sold, repaired and exchanged. Largest stock in Kern county. KERN PUMP EXCHANGE! 400 Sonora Phone 3-1488 70 ON IS PAIR or skirls for aulnmnhile. also • thr™ docs, on* buck nnd two double Inili'hes, »15. I'hone G-G2Sti. 1120 Belle Tevrtuio. FIFTY late im-ilk-al hiiok?. In very good cnmlition, selling to Inchest bidder. ,_T'l»one_ ;-3<lii. WOODEN GATES- :,nraf and small. 50c tn Jl. Ainu rhti'ken wire. Cook avenue, off Hio Road. Ort SALE—Box springs and ninttresn, In excellent condition; man's bicycle, rabi- HftL radio and other articles. Call 3-2027 Rfier 5 n. m. 5!) Radios, Musical Instruments FOR AUTO-RADIO SERVICE Wo 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 RADIO REPAIRS Quick serlvce. General Service Company, 313 Baker. Phone 2-8278 4-24-tf TOP PRICES paid for late model radloi. Poeton Radio Hervlct, corner o( K and 99 Hlghwoj. Phone 2-0498, 2-1-tt We Have Facilities and Available Parts to Service Any Make Radio Corner K Street and 99 Highway Dial 2-0498 12-2-tf PIANO WANTED—Highest cash prlcea pa Id for new and used piano*. Phone 8-SU81. 9-12-tf CAR AERIALS (or any make of car, 14.96 and up. PoBton Radio corner of K street nnd»95 Highway. 9-1-tt HIGHEST PRICES paid for used radio*. Bakersfield Radio Tupply, 280* Chester avenue. Phone 2-6160. 8-11-lf WILL PAY highest cash price tor your Dla.no. Call 8-8678. 1-26-tt KEHN MUSIC SHOP. 906 Baker. Mualcal Instiiimertp. supplies and sheet muslo. We repnlr all nuslca'. Instruments; bows rehalred. *7 FOIl SALE—Very fine Kannhe upright piano and bench, beautiful tone, lovely dark mnhaeany finish. J500. Phon 2-JH04. 67 UPRIGHT plnno for sale, $90. Call 2-8375 alter 5:31) p nv 69 FOR SALE—Accordion. 120 bass soprano 1'anctte de luxe, pearl finish, excellent condition. Phone G-G320. 67 SKVEHAL pond recon<Iit ioned radios In both consoles nnd tahle models. Prices r« ngo from $!.'<' to $•'(.'». Also portable Fruits and Vegetables Have you laic) in your winter supply of potatoes.' Now is your chance. First grade Russet or Burbank potatoes, $3.50 per 100-lb. sack. Open \intil !) p. in. and all day Sunday. 1500 palm Drive, corner of Pacific, near Kern General Hospital. 59 11.89 Full Lug. Bring your own container!. 1019 Baker East Bakersfleld 9-7-tf This is your last, rhanco to eel lively free- Htotip pcnchcH HT. this Rive-awny prii-e, Siic per lue Tours, SI. 60 per luff. Cfln- I nittfcr tomutoea. t»'."; per lug Choice park ; inniHlocA. $1.0,; ppr luff. Yes. we Imve f-ig trettofl All kindu of frnah meat. erorories. vogotables ami tobacco. Bruu- tlaife and Oak .\Inrket. I'hnnc 2-0730. Open seven days per week till 8 p. m. 68 COOKING APPLES for Bale. J1.50 and $2.50 pe. box. Please brine container". 70» El Tejon avenue. Qlldale. 6J S WE 1ST potntOM _ N'ut-acry. SU1 ElB for sale. FOR PA Ml— White Hoath pearhes. picking ovot-y day. Bring containers. Out Kdi- Biin Highway to MagJiuU-n (tore. Bouih mi Fairfax Ronrt at canal turn, went to third hout.iv F. M. .Morlcy, clione 21-F-5. Poultry and Livestock PI.TRK PoKgcnhuiK hiti-k for sprvice; from a national non-hoavy milk line. Phone -- SAt.B — On.! f',\irrnsey row and hoifer lf. Phone 2«-K-^-'. _ fi!l FOR SAMS — One good milk iow. half Hol- steiri. half Ayrshiro: otic < ream separator. size CD'). oU j (.'t.ric, good aa new. Houtp 2, Rox 7-2, Garden Acres. _ fit) ONK sprinK'T nanny goat for pale. I1!i. _ Phone_2-jO<7. __ _ 68 yOrxn Kow Hampphire Red laying liens. $1.50. Phone g-aa IJ^. _ FOK SALE— Two *p*n ot «oo<l Work mares, onn brood mar* wttb colt. Mr. Groat. Phon« 2-706*. _ 7-l».tt ATTE3NTION Blood-te>t«d baby chlcki, brondin. poultry •uppllcB and t«cA, W> buy your «gg». Chlcka 111 hundred. 221D Union, or 814 Eighth, Phone 7-7028 or t-94«». i-l-tt BABY CHICKS, lit Ptr hundrtd. New Hampshire Red*, Rhode liland Red*, Plymouth Rocks, Rock and Red Cro»i. New shipment every Monday: order earlr. Also plenty of metal feeders, fountain* and poullrv medicines. Ward'* Farm 2525 Chester. 4-17.tr: OFFERrNQ a number of outstanding yearling ant) 2-year-old ttilBlerti Hereford bulls. A. H. Karpe. Phone (-9871. 7-19-tf BABY CHICKS started on order. We hsv* colored broilers, roasting hen*. Riverview Hatchery. 116 Robert* L*n«. Phone 2-9395. 7-l».tf ATTENTION. POULTHYMBN1 Our Market Is Open We Pay Top* for Fryer* and Roaettrt One Bloat West of Esst Bakersfield Post Ottlce 1106 Kern Street Dial I-84B8 BRADFORD POULTRY MARKET BUT. SELL or trade, all kinds of livestock. Phon* 2-8022, Roy Johnson, 1 mil* north Pumpkin Center. 200 yards east on Hosklns Road, 61 WANTED TO BUT—Horses, hots, cattle, any amount. L Anderson. Rout* 1, Box 906. Phone 2-7008. «« PEDIGREED New Zealand rabbits, two hutches, reasonably priced. Call after 0 p. m., phone 5-6228. 67 phonograph. $15 Phnnp 2 " Olllialc. Murk I<adio Service. 5 Wufihinmoi) avenue. 57 UPIUOHT piano for sale, reconditioned and limed, mahogany finish, lovely tune, standard size. Price very reasonable. 2402 I, slieet. _ 68 FUR SAI.K— Two talilp model radios, choice, S'iO. i:l< HopkinH, Rivet-view. F.8 JTOR BAL.K.—One Otilhranson piano. tlRO, anil one Pan-American trumpet, $40. lioth In excPllent condition. Phone 2--ir,r,(i. 69 Typ«wrlt«r«, Of f ic« 8uppli«» WILL PAY CASH for typewriter*, adding machines, checkwrlters and cash register*. Lynch Typewriter Company. 1660 Chester avenue. «-29.tf WANTED—Steel legal size filing cabinet, 4-orawer preferred. Phone 4-4901. 58 Fruits and Vegetable* TEHACHAPI POTATOES—We now have some long, white and russet potatoes of commercial quality at thia very low price of $3.49 per sack. Now Is the time to put away potatoes for winter. The potato season at Tehachapi is about over. Stock up now. Mooney's Market Spot, Eighteenth & Union. Phone 3-0961. 9-23-tf CANNING APPLES You who have been waiting for J choice Bellefleur apples for can- iiing may now find them at'this low price of $2.(19 per box. You will have to see them to appreciate their fine quality. We also have some choice Northern Delicious at ' $3.89 per box. Mooney's Market Spot, Eighteenth and Union. Phone 3-0961. CO FOR SALE—Younu Guernsey bull, for breeding Durpoees. 2005 Belle Terrace. 67 FOR S/VLE—Four eood work horses with harness. Plione 2-1288. 67 FOR RALE—Clos»y small saddle horse. Phone 2-06GO after (i p. m. or 2-<65S from 10 a. m. to 6. 57 FOR SALE or trade, one good Duroc hour. See at Symoh Brothers ranch, 7'A miles south of Old River. 67 FOR SALE—One «addle horse, two 200- pound harrows. See same at Symon Brothers ranch, 7% miles south of Old River. 67 FOR SALE—Rabbits. young- pedigreed Flemish Giants, with paper*. Call 4-4189 after 4 p. m. 67 FOR RALE—Riding horse, S years old. lots of life. End ot Krebs Road, off Fruitvale avenue. P. R. Krebs. 69 FOR SALE—A few does, one buck «nd several hiilrhes William Thompson. Route 4. Box 413. Bakei'Bfleld. 68 PRIME grain and milk-fed veal calf, ready to butcher: SO domestic Mallard ducks, Jl each, one or all. Phone 2-2688. SIX New Hampshire pullets, II each: 18 hens, will sell cheap if taken at once, call 1201 Knott after 5 p. _m. T>8 Dog* and Other Pet* WILL Rive In Rood home. 2-year-old hlack and white female Cocker Spaniel. Phone S-S8S5. COCKER SVANIEI. puppies. Phone 2-580S. 58 CAT. four kittens, part Persian, blues, free to those who want them. Have to IIIDVO. Cail 18211 Cherry street. For Exchange—MlBcellBneou* MOVING to mountains, want lo trado late 11142 model AVostinphouse electric re- I'riKeriuor for an Klectrolujc, Call phone. _?-filLi: <n WILL trade three boxes Id-sanite shot- Run shells, high base, for 12-gautre same. Phone 2-l38«. 68 OBITUARY NOTICES CAKt'KNTKR, SARAH K.—Funeral services for Sarah E. Carpenter. 61. who died October 4 at a local hospital, will IIP held October 1 7 at 10 a. in: at St. l-'rancin Church. Ibe Reverend Leo J. Heaconi officiating, Interment will be In Cypress LJIWII Comelcry in San Francis-o. Rosary will be conducted October t! nt 8 11. in. nl DouKl-.ty-Cnlhoun- O'iMeara Chapel Mrs. Carpenter Jived lu Bakersfleld for 37 years and was employed at th.- time of her death as a leB.nl stenographer for Claflin & Chain, attorneys. She is survived by five sisters. Mre. Margaret O'Brien. Bakers- fipld; Mm. Ellen Mills. Airs. Agnes How> den and Mrs. Eileen Staples, all of Jor- tlen Valley, Ore.: Mrs. CJcne Hardman. Angels Camp; three brother*. Guy Shea, Homcdale. Idaho; Noel Shea. Jorden Valley. Ore ; Joh,i Shea. Murphy, Idaho; many nieces and nephews. •CIM.K8PIK. JAMKS ROBERT—Funeral services for James Robert Ulllesple. 33, who died October ?, at a local hospital, will be held October Ii at 10:30 n. m. nl Greonlawn Cluipel. Ihe Reverend Hiilph Lotriilge officiating. Interment will be in Cireenlawn Memorial Park. Surviving Mr, Glllesple are his mother, Mrs. Mncgie C.illesple. Hakcrsfield; sislers. Mrs. Ruth Oliver. Bakersfleld; Mrs. Vera Plymale. Bnkersi'ield; Mrs. Kdilh Lilshop, Detroit. Mich.; brothers, Vernon Cillesple. Bakersfleld; Walker fillleauie. United States Army. COXZALES. ELEANOK—Graveside services for Eleanor Gonzales, Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Evnrlsto Conzales, Box 1D82, Mojave. who died October 3 at r. hospital, were held October 4 at S-.'.IO p. m in Union Cemetery. Payne fc Son Chanel has charge of arrangements. Surviving the child, besides her parents, aro n sister, Irene Gon/ales. Mojave; two brothers, Everett Oonr.nles and Jiii.n Ooiuaim, both of Mojave. JUONDAHL, LKONARD N.—Funeral services for Leonard N. Mondalil. -'."i, who died October .1 near Mlnter Field, will be held In Oakland, whore tho body Is being- sent by Greenlawn Chapel. He Is * survived by bis father, Louis E. Mon- dahl, 1048 Alcatrax avenue. Oakland. NEW YORK STOCK CLOSE NKW YORK, Ort, 6. (IP) — Air Reduction 39*4 Allied f'hemii'al and liyf ir>I ! 4 Anicfiian Ian !H!'H Amrriran <Rr nnil Foundry 3!)'» Ameriian r.nc-oim.t ivi- 22 Ami'iiian Hud. and Sid Han 12'i Anipfti an Hollinc: Mill 1 •"» \ Amoriian Smeller fliul lU'f . . . 41% AmiTir.ii: T.'l. ft Tel 16:! r '» Ameilrnn Tobaico H 11!) l t Am-rlran Yiffro«c 4i; Anfiinn-la -7' 4 Armour and I'n f, '» Ai'hisim. Topeka *• Santa Ke r,7"» AllBiilii' ReflnintT -X\ Aviation i'orpornt ion •", i* Haldwin Lofcirnouve 24 Hemlix Avation 4"' Roi-lnB Airplane IS Korrlen .'l.'lTd Boi-lf \Vni-nci 40i» Rt ieps M i niifHt luriiiK 4(>'ii California Park 27S fnnnda Dri' .10"k I'annillan I'fttU'ii' HI 1 * <'an« (.1. [ i 37 "4 Caterpillar Trmtni r»0"-4 Cflanene Corpora t ion .'l."\ <'Ill-mi ni'fikp * Ohio 4B S « Chrysler !':!'!« Colpate-Pulmulivc-IVi't 30 Columhia *;afl nnd EUv-tric 4 r> Ji <'rimrin r-ln I Credit 4 1 ?i» commercial Invrjitment Tru*t 47 ij Commerri.i' .Solvents lt>\ Commomvcnlth Kdison . 28 'i Commonwealth A- Southern ~* Consnlldn terl Kdimin 24 n « Container Corpniaiion 2fi a t ContlnentRl (.Ml Del 28% crown Cork * Seal 3(Hi rViimlan Airrrnft Du Pont DP Nemour ICnstprn Airlinps l-'astniitn Kodak Klnrtrip Atiio Light Klcctrlo Bnal . . 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J Ptj||m«n rtatlio Corporation of Anieri Rndln-lveith-Orpheum Hayonicr. I nr Ropuhllr HIOPI Rpynalil* Tohan-o B riirliflplcl fill Sfhi'tilpy Distillery Soars, Rnrhin-k Shell fnlon Oil Stu uny Vacuum SomliPrn Pacific Sontliprn Railway Sprrry Corporation Standard Ftranils Stiinilartl Has * Kir. 11 ir S4 Stanila rtl Oil of I'allfofnta. . Slantlartl Oil of Intllana .. Stantlaril Oil of N. J StmlpbakT T^\a*» Company . Till" Water AssOfiatPfl Oil Trannnrnprira . 'ri-rtUHcontinpntfll It WpMPrn Tnion Oil of Cultfornia Cnlon Pnrifir t'nilpdAIr Lines I'nitdB Aircraft 1'nlted Corporation I'nllod fias Imp. I'nitpd Hintps RuhbPr rniioil Htatps Slppl WanlPr Brothfr.n Pirtitfi pfrl. Steel Group Active on N. Y. Market DOW-IONKS AVKK.UiKS rri'liiniiiiiry I'lnsinsr Uiiw- IIIIIPS Tmlnsti i.ils M^.l!!'. up '1.7:1; railrii;i<ls 41.h'?. ii|> n,."i"; militias LTi.4-, up O.lv to *tm Us ">!',.:;7. up it :','.'. Snips Iniali'il l.niil .Ji'M) .uhiirrs r'ompnrnrt with SL'l.iHiu vnstordHV. j Cinli ttirnovrr was :l10.li-iJ pharos Hgninst lICi'J.Kiiri yrstovfuiy. XK\V Yor.K. oft. :,. (UP.) — Storks lurtiPil hlKhor todiiy under tin 1 Iffulrrship nf an active steel group. Cains in I ho sti-ols prior to mill- day ranRpil tn a point, in Acme. 1'nited Slates Steel opened on a hl.'irU nf L'UiiO sliares and in late trading- sold at DO. tip ?». Large Initial block? also were noted for Rpthlehpm and Hcpiiljllc. both of which were higher. Motors. chemicals nnd farm i equipments followed the lead oC I steels, [n the last group, Minnenp- oHs-Moline Power Implement rose more than 2 points. Chrysler and Oeneral Motors were botli higher, Monsunto, up 2 points, and Allied Chemical, tip more than a point at its high, made new tops for 1944 in early trading. Exchange Average Up 15 Issues Register 7 Cents in S. F. Gains on L. A. Mart up '9 at ft' L ,. SAX FRA.Vi'lSCO. Ort. T,.l&>— Tli* stix-k fxi'liiiiipo :'V">riit:c \viis up T (•(Mils at $:l." i;, ihi* inornlnir. with I'.i (;ain«, 0 kisses au.l 11 ISSIIPH uu- wll lie Hail way K'1 was down ::. Sim Us Ain tan AI I'l-sjm •••' Hank of I'.'.l'fm n..! i 'a IIM 01 a i ( f m.'ii, . I 'Milfoil! l'!li Ii. i '.1 I'M pilla r . Cent m I Km ••!-:! . t & Finnk IS, c, Mil!. , U- V. r. in I. y! Cur.rn- T * T H K K P. Co ptil Hli,-i-ni .Ml ir H\ n .1 Anron.T nl !. a i . S. C I;HM pfrl A Smnh.M'11 I'n, if" Slalnlani Oil l'nl;!i> Tt ;i lisa i "I i r. I'lliiin O'l c.i hf, : n::i \\Vnt Inch,. •. \\Vsi,.,n IVre . f,OS A .N'f;F,I,T ; "S, (K't. R. 'vP> — Stock priifs turni'il stir.m? today with ! ~< di-i-lin-"* mul i; •.inrlinnui'il on mi i':itlv tiit"n"\'i f- f i^.CI'i* shares. , .XiU'Mnr* 1 ^ -AIT" r'\ i,!••!!' in nhi' 1 Dia- ii)i,ml t'i-r|i.ii i'i in, i 'iinsolidar'"! Htei"! i uiiiiiioii Mill pi '••''•iT'-'il. Menasfo . Maniifactni'inu'. I.' n hi i''id OH and I'liion fiil (,r i'.i! i 1 , .1 n M . T'i'i ',nhvTc.* •iii,:-! •; .iii'l Lane-\Vi')ls Thursdoy, October 5, 1944 23 UUESI COURT OXMATRES PARADE NOW! Doers Open at 6:45 W^stprn I'nion Tplpprnph M'PstlnBhottsp IClPr. * Mf \Vnol\vorl h YonniBrf'toxvn Shrpi & Tulip KERN BIRTHS RECORDED n.AKFRSFIEI.n LVARADO—To wife of Louts Junior Alvarado. a daughter, Gloria Stelle. Au- xusl. 24. \NDRRSON-To wife of Harold Wymnn Anderson, a son, Larry Wayne, August 25. iVZVEDO—T» wife of Mirhael Aivedo. Sr., a son. Michael. Jr., Septemher 2. BAKER—To wife of John F. Baker, a daughter. Barbara Ruth. September 7. BKARD—To wife of Robert Wallace Beard, a son. John Rankin. September 6. BERRY—To wife of Charles Henry Berry, a son, Larry Wayne. September 4. 3OTCHER—Tn wife of Warren Dee Boucher, a daughter, Barbara Dee, Au- gUBt 27. iKADLBY—To wife ot Roy C. Bradley, a daughter. Roberta, August 31. BROCK—To wife nf Cecil Brock, a son, Cei-ll Howard. II. September 3. BROWN—To wife of Ray Samuel Brown, a daughter. Rebecca Diane. September 4. Bl'RTS—To wife of John Morrison Burls. a daughter, Carolyn Melanle, September 6. CADY—To wife of Curlls Harry Cady, a son. Loyd August 26. CIMENTAL—To wife of Cleto Clmental, a, daughter. Hftrel. August 30. 'OOK—To wife of Roy Richard Cook, a daughter. Sharon Louise. September J. DL'NKIN—To wife of Leroy Dunkin, a son, Richard Lee. July 2. EAK1,—To wife of John Earl, a daughter. Yernlta, August 30. t.AUI'—To wife of Glennon Elton Karp. a daughter. Sharl Lynn, September 4. FAITH—To wife of Ray Harold Faith, a daiiBhter. Elizabeth Ann. August 30. TR \NClsrO—To wife of Manuel Kran- ciarn. a daughter. Erma Le Fue, Au- GALVIN—To wife of ValinUne Galvin, a daughter, Snrah Louise. August 31. M.LOCK—To wife of Theodore Martin Hullor-k. <t daughter, Sandra Jean, Hep- iKNUKRSON—T« wife of William Edgar Henderson, a son, Earl Wayne. Au- iODOE—To wlf<- of Barnev Sanford Hodge, a son, Robert Sanford, September 6. HOLCOMB — To wife of Rohert Joseph Holcomb. a son, Robert Joseph, 11, September 1, HOLMES—To wife ot Herman Orbit Holmes, a daughter, Gloria Jean, Au- HORTON—To wife of Jessie S. Horton, a son. Jessie Dnvls. September 4, LARA—To wife of John Lara, a son, John, Jr.. Septemher 3. .OVBLESS—To wife of Henry Barton Loveless, a daughter. Judy Loulne, Sep- temher 8. BACON—To wife of Charles Otis Bacon, a daughter. Marggle Babe. September 8. MrCROSKEY—To wife of Charles King Morroskey. a son. Robert Eugene, September 1. MrC.tTIRE—To wife of John Lewis Mr- C.tilre. a daughter, Lyndlft Louise, Au- MENDIBURU—To wife of Joe Mendiburn. R daughlet, Sharon Ann. September 6. MILTON—To wife of Orandll Mulford Mil- tnn. a daughter. Lois Jean, AuKimt 25. ilOHALES—To wife of Gregio Falcon Morale*, a daughter. Iren». September S. MVT7.—To wife of Vallnlln* William Mutz, a daughter. Joyce Eileen. Sep- temher L NF.LPON"—To wife of Robert T. Neldon. a daughter. Bobhie Joanne. September 4. OWENS—Ti wife nt Loyd D. Owens, a son. Robby Gerald. September 3. 115 A BODY—Tn wife of Clint Hoffman Peabody, a daughter, Mary Josephine, August 31. MORKIIEAD. JKFF T.—Funaral services for Aviation Student Jeff T. Morehead. 20. who died October 3 near Rlinter Field, will be held at Blue Field. W. Vn.. where the body is being *ent by Greenlawn Chapel. He Is survived by his widow, Mrs. Guida Louise More head. 2107 Truxlun 'avenue, and hla father. Lake D. Morehead, Bland. Va. MOTLF.Y, OKI.AM) C—Funeral services for Air Cadet Orland C. Motley. 23. who died October 3 near Winter Field, will be hold in Denver, Colo., where the body is being sent by Greenlawn Chapel. He la atirvived by bin mother. Mrs. Elsie M. Motley, 2417 East Twelfth avenue, Denver, Colo. BH'IIAKI>SON, .M.M.A SANDRA—Funeral servicefl for Almu Sandra Richardson, Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Richardson, Route 6, Box 64. Bakersfield, who died October 1 at a local hos pita), were held October 5 at 10 a. m. at Greenlawn Chapel. Surviving the fant. besides her parents, arc grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Richardson. Maricopa. and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sandrini. Bakersfield. 1MIKKIULL. SUSAN E.—Funeral services for Susan E. Underbill. 87. who died October 4 at a local hospital, wll be hold October 7 at 11 a. m. at DoiiKbty-Cnlhour-O'Meara Chapel, the Reverend N. A. Christensen officiating Interment will be In the family plot in Colusa Cemetery. Soloist will be Mrs. Ruth Laster. Surviving Mrs. I'nderhll are a daughter. Mrs. Sylvia Ramsey, Bakersfleld; a son. A. Everett Under hill. Sacramento: a alulor, Mrs. Hettle Bilgor, Philadelphia, Pa.; a. brother Charles Shaw, Sierra Madrc; two grand sons. Davui Ramsey and Wesley Ram- HC.V, both or Baket-Hflcld. ZRL1AUT, LAWKENTK K. — Funern services for First Lieutenant Lawrence K. Zeliadt. 24. who died October 3 near Mlnter Field, will be held in Dee Moines Iowa, where tho body is being aent b> Cireenlawn Chapel. He Is onrvived by his widow, Mra. Betty E. Zelladt. Bak nrxfleld. and bis father, Ivan E. Zeliadt, Norwalk, Iowa. UNION CEMETERY Furnishes MONUMENTS FLOWBK CONTAINERS GRAVE MAKKKK8 AT LOWEST PRICES Office Within Ihe Grounds Monumental Display at Cemetery Entrance Phone 7-7185 Flickinger-Digier CHAPEL Distinctive Funeral Service at Moderate Cost Phon* 7-7881 Ch«dt«r Av«nu« at Thirteenth J, 0. Fllekliier Frisk Differ AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY and NIGHT Legal Notice* NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE No. SOQSli In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for th* County of Los In the Matter of the E«tate of ALFRED EDWARD VENTON. (also known as A. E. VENTON), Deceased. Notice Is hereby given, that the undersigned. Dorothy Agnes Venton. Admin- stratrlx with the Will annexed of the estate of said Alfred Edward Venton. deceased, will sell at private sale, to the highest and best bidder, upon tha terms and conditions hereinafter specified and subject to confirmation by aald Superior Court, on and after October 21. 1944. at the office of said Administratrix with the Will annexed. Rooms 201-2-3-4 Neville Building, in the City of Monrovia. California, all the right, title, interest and estate of said decedent In and to all that certain real property described as follow*: The East Half ot the East Halt ot the Nortbwesl Quarter; the East Half of the West Halt ot the Northwest Quarter: th* Southwest Quarter of the Northiast Quar- er of the Northwest Quarter: and the Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter, and th* West 20 feet of the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter, all In Section 11. Township 25 South. Rang* 26 East. Mount Diablo Base and Meridian. In the County of Kern. State of California, and containing acres, more or less. Terms and conditions of sale are cash, lawful money of tha United States, on confirmation of sale and delivery of deed by said Administratrix with th* Will annexed. Said real property will be sold subject to County Taxes for Ih* fiscal year 1944-46 and subject also to all conditions, reservations, covenants, restrictions. *asements, and rights of way or record, if any. affecting said real properly and subject further to a reservation nf one-half of all nil. (as, petroleum and other nydrocarbonate substances found or underylylnf Bald land or that may o* produced and saved th*refrom. Bids or offers for th* purchase of sale real property must be In writing and wll be received by said Administratrix with the Will annexed at th* office aforesaid at any time after th* first publication of this notice and befor* the date of sale. Dated this 29th day nf September. 1944 DOROTHY AGNES VENTON. Administratrix with the Will annexed of the Estate of Alfred Edward Venton also known as A. E. Venton). deceased Dunn t Sturgeon. 201-2-8-4 Neville Bldg. Monrovia. California, Attorneys for said Administratrix. C. T. A. September 29. October 1« Incl. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ENOAGF IN THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVER \aV.S —October 1. 1944. To Whom It May Concern: N': tire IH hereby given that fit teen days after th\j date posted, the under signed proonses to sell alcoholic beverage at these premises, described as follows 919 Baker Slreet. Bakersfleld. Pursuan to such Intension, the undersigned Is apply ing to the S(M« Board ot Equalization to Issuance of «r alcoholic beveragi-license (o licenses) tor these premises as follows: On Sale Bee.- and Wine License, On Sale DIs tilled Spirits License. Anyone desiring t protest th* Issuance of such llcense(a) ma: file a verlflrrt protest with the State Board or Eoualtralion at Sacramento, Callfor nia. stating ground* for denial as provided by law. The premises are now licensed to the sal* of alcoholic beverages. MOREAN L, MINTER. Oct. B. IN APPRECIATION We would like, to express our apprecia lion for the"kindness and sympathy of ou friends and for their beautiful floral of firings during our recent bereavement (Signed) Mr*. R. 8. Field* an* family. Cotton Futures NKW YORK. On. S. <A') —Cotton fu- i tiire'* movr'it lower unlay In uulet trail- ' nf* !ip(lge HolliriK aKainst salpa of apr.t rottnn in tlie piimnry market* mpt only sraln rl<nyn mil!, loral and NPW UrU'uuB huyini?. Trmlers w«»rp hepi- lanl priultny I'in-tln.T fhu il'icat ion of the goviMiimpni ffitton program. l.ato aftotnndn prirrf \vpre T» to 35 cpntH a halo lower. Ortnhpr 22.OS. De- ci'inhi'l :i ?4. Mnri-h :'l 9S l-'mnr* 1 ** <-!npr(i vmi Ir.inscil tn 1*^ ovnts a Imlf 1 IOWPI . Oi'inlier J.' nsfi. L'l.ns, I>premhi-r -1 K "l^'l :i:,. M.li.ll 2.' (in. May L'l.llS. .Inly 21.6S. .Mi'ldliiiK stHii 2J.V. nominal. 'IPER—To wife of Dorus H. Piper. Jr.. a son. Robert Edwin. September 4. 'ORTER—To wife of James Howard Porter, a daughter, Judith Kathleen, September 2. 'U1CE—To wife of Lewis Clyde Price, Jr., a «on, Danny Loran. September C. REICH—To wife of Helmuth Adnlph Reich, a daughter. Sharon Kathleen, Sep- temher 4. IOBERSON—To wife of Willard Roherson, a daughter. ArmeKfne. September 3. iHEPARD—To wife of Archie Shepard, a daughter, Argene. Septemher 8. IINDT—To wife of Otto Sindt. a son, Eddie Lee. August 25. IM1T11—To wife of Clarence Ray Smith. ! a son, CUrince Lee. August 28. IMITH—To wife of Tommle Lee Smith. a daughter. Victoria Beatrice. September 5. IPAIN—To wife of Esruc Rpnln. a daughter. Donnamac Estelle. September 3, ?ELLE55—To wife of Julian Tellez, a daughter, Evelyn Mary. September 7. WALKER—To wife of Floyd D. Walker, son, D#-wy J. D.. September 3. WTCSGLESWORTH—Tn wife of John Levl Wigglesworth, a son. John Lester, Sep- | tember 2. To wife of Johnny Seab a son, Tommy Lee, Au- Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGKMCS, O.I. 5. tUP>—EBBS: WholPflflli 1 . conHtime rm-ntlr 1 : Large. Hratle A r.riit) ;,!;,•. crad<> B liniJMfio: medium, (radp A 1'Jiii ;,()<•.• small, grade A 23 to 24r. Urtall prlroM tn I'onsumei-. Large, rrrade AA fiBTl'SRr pratle A B2(gi66c', grariV B 40W4.'lr. medi'im vrndi> AA r>6iU'61o, grade A SOWiiOi; small, grade A 2(>632i-. Candlei! Kinder! PRUS to retailers (cnsesV Large, grade AA f>s i i; (i*o!>r, grade A 56 (&'r>7i:, Knule H 3li r tf'3Ri i : mrdlum. Krade AA fiOfiri;.'. gradu A 4816 52c; small, grade A IMfJ -!li . Butter unrhanlcpn" at ceiling. wife of Wallace Bruce son, Gurdon Bruce, Sep- VORKMA.N- Workman, Ktitit 2!>. WYLIE— To Wylle. a tember 3. TACOPRT1T — To wife of Angeln T. Taco- petti. a son, Theodore Gene. September 6. YOUNG — To wife of Laurence Carl Young, a daughter. Carolyn Sue, August 27. BUTTONWI1LOW BYRD — To wife of Jack C. Byrd. a daughter, Man* June, August 29. LARK — Ti wife of Sherman Vaughn Clark, a son, Roy Allen. August 28. ,INDSRY— To wife of Donald Alfred Llndsey. a daughter. Donna Fay, September 2. TAFT BLINK1NSOPH— To wife of Robert Orvllle Bllnkinsoph, a son, Stephen Le Roy. August 28 DeLONQ — To wife of Richard George DeLong, a daughter, Barbara Elaine. August 29. KELLY — To wife of Thornns Bernard Kelly, a daughter, Claudia Rae. August 23. MACKENZIE— To wife of William Alexander Sh«knn Mackenzie, a son. William Shellnn. August 20. iIKKKERS — To wife of John Mekkers, a son, Douglas John. August 26. FELLOWS CAMPBELF., — To wife of Leo Ray Campbell, a son. Wayne Lee. August 19. MARICOPA ZELENA — To wife of Auguntine Andrew X.elens, a daughter, Madeline Ann, August 8. TDPMAN BLANKEN'SHTP— To wife of I. V. Blank- enshlp. a son, Raymond Leonard, August 29. TKHACHAPI WTCKOFF— To wife of Lloyd Otto Wy coff. a daughter. Shirley Ann, tember 4. ARVIX BELL — To wife of (joes Bell, a Kirk. August 25. HENDERSON— To wife of Delhert Alvla Henderson, a son. Alvls Lynn, August 31. HOCiGATT — To wife of Dennis Leslie Hoe- gait, a son. James Dennis. August ill. JONES — To wife of James Wilson Jones, L son, James Calvin, September 3. WILLIAMS— To wife of Jesse Wilson Williams, a, daughter. Sharley Annie. August 25. T. A MO NT JOHNSON' — To wife of Winfleld Worth Johnson, p. daughter, Kalherlne Mozell, September S. POND — To wife of Kverctl Owen Pond. rta.UKht«r. Doris Elaine, August 31. WINSLOW— To wife of Harvey Everett Wlnslow. a daughter, Caroline Josephine, Septemher 4. MOJAVE FRANKLIN— To wife of Franklin, a son. tember 3. Sep- son. Attorney Would Make Divorcee Pay Fees LOS AXGKLES. Oct. 5. (UP)—A penalty 1'or repealed m.-trrinse and divorce today was suggested by Attorney Harry Rabwin who recommended in Superior Court that 24- year-old Shirley Tlairdon shoulder the expense of her fourth divorce by paying the attorney fees herself. "The jcoiirt should not encourapre this lonp series of marriages and divorces and as lesson to her. she should pay the fees," Kajawin argued. Mrs. Rairdon's attorney, S. S. llahn. objected: "I think it is against public policy to discourage marriage." The judge apparently agreed and Ralrdon was ordered to pay \iv>. Clear Weather Seen for Valley Farmers The weather forecast for the farmers of the southern San Joa- qtiin valley, as prepared by the t'nlted States weather bureau in cooperation with the Kern county farm adviser's office of the agricultural extension service, is reported to be: "Clear today and tonight with variable high cloudiness Friday. Little change in temperature is expected with a daily maximum of about 85 degrees and a night-time minimum of 55. Further outlook is for unsettled weather the first part of next week. The pleasant moderately low humidity will rise to n mean of f>0 per cent the first of next week. Highest temperature yesterday was 91 and low this morning was fi4." TONIGHT Larry Ml ROC Jolly Meager Wayne, Sep- NORDHAtIS—To wife of Carl Earnest Nordhaus. a daughter, Thelma Mae, September 2. WILSON—To wife of Leo Woodrow Wilson, a son, Lonnie James, September 4. ROSAMOND FEISB1E—To wife of Freddie Eugene Frisble, a sen. Fred Robert, September 2. MONOLITH QI'ESADA—To wife of Jesus Quesada, a son. Jamie. September 3. INYOKERN SWAN—To wife of Charles Dewey Swan. i son. John Charles. September 6. DELANO ABSTON—To wife of Curtis C. Abston. a daughter. Donna Fay, September 7. GONXALKS—To wife of Jul« Lucero Oon- zales. -i son. Lule Lucero. Jr., September 1. MARIAN'O—To wife of Thomns Mariano, a daughter. Judith Ann. September «i. MKNDF.X—To wlf* of Manuel Mcnde/4, a son Manuel, Jr.. September 6. VAWTEH—To wife of Donald Vawter, a son, Donald. Jr., August 31 HHAFTER BAGOETT—To wife of Elwood Raggett, a daughter. Elda Kay. August 26. BISHOP—TII wife of Rueben Harry Bishop, a daughtet, Eliraboth Ann. August 17. DANIEL—To wife of Berry Hargan Daniel, a son. Carl Ray, August 21. HOWELL—To wife of Alvln Thomas Howe]), n daughter, Barbara Ann, September 2 KEITH—To wife of Elton Daniel Keith, a son Daniel Lewis. August 21. KIMMEL- -'!•) wife of Harold Klrmlt Klm- mel. a son. Rohert James. September 1. LANDRl'M—To wife of James Edward Landrum. a son, Bobby Dean, August 22. SHEPPARD—To wife of Bo.vd Sheppard, a son. James Lee, September 3. SrESIEN.S—To wife of Ernest M. Siemens, a son. Dale Edward, September 2. THOMPSON—To wife ot Eugene Timothy Thompson, a son. Roy Lee. March 18. TRAYLOR—To wife of Bevy A. Traylor, a daughter. Helen Louise, September 2. PETERS—To wife of Ike J. Peters, a daughter, Jill Chrfstlnu, September 1. OILDALtC DEARMOND—To wife r,', Charles T. Dearmond. a son, Alonzo, September 7. STEFFEY—To wife of David Arthur Steffey, a, daughter, Janev Arlene, Bep- tember 3 WASCO BORJON—To wife of Joe Barrasa Borjon, a son, fluebtm. September 2. CI'RREN—'lo wife of John Marlon fur- ren. a for. Wlllia.n Michael, September *. DEMBRY—To wife of Joe Demery, a daughter. Betty Jo. August 30. FLETCHER—To wife of Willie Samuel Fletcher, a daughter, Yvonne. September i. O'NEAL—To wife of Elmo Dale O'Neal, a. daughter. Linda Arlene. August 2ft. WINN—T.I wife of Jesse Hmnptnn Wlnn, a son, Jess Erlok. September 4. WOODS—To wife of Ros-oe Lsmsr Wood*, a daughter. Annette, September 2. MAN PLEADS QUILTY Eminent Lett pleaded guilty In Judge Stewart Magee's Sixth Township .Court yesterday' to chargeit of drunk driving:. He was sentenced to 30 day* in road tamp. FREDDY MARTIN And Hi* Sensational Stars of Stag*, Scraon and Radio Dancing; 9 to 1 UNION AVENUE BALLROOM SAVE SOc PER COUPLE! Advance Tickets Only $1.25 Each at VEST'S or TRACY'S Optn Daily at 12 Noon Starting Tomorrow ALLEN CARNRY WALLY BROWN in "ROOKIES IN BURMA" DON "Red" BARRY in "CYCLONE KID" Last Time* Today "MIKT THI PEOPLE" "THE DRIFTER" Los Angeles Produce l.i is \.\.;KI.I:S. u,i. •,. <A'< -Tuni in fnji's anil \ "U' 1 ! ;< Ii !••.-; \stis >lu\v t.p.Li-,. Srju;ish nlt'l TIKS "lightly \v,"iUor: ln'.'inv slmMIv \Y";tU> > mi K'inmU>«. mm i>n Limns: avuia-liiH firm; .'-iliiif nliout st.'lldy on fr'-sli wtiM'k ami w:il< rill hnld- nvt'l'S. |l«-ai hr* lull I" sllfclhllV \vi';l K*M , Siiunsh: \Vhiti> "ummor. local. San Di«'Hu :*IH! north-Mil, limp Sl.'iOr/j. Italian. S:in Di<'}fi^ r'tvini v anil iii'ilh'in Inns Jl..ii) ril'.'. Vfllnw r'i.i.,Unf< l> INKS Jl '.iiji:'; Bnnana. In, al Hiul San Dh'yo cnunfy IMt 'n l"j. II,. l-'iuv: I.nriil. Hi nnawrli* r.fisr Hi : Kailnlas. 2-hi>.|- flal.s J 1. IT, 'if 1 . :, n , I.|;IM-I fl-.ns Jl. Hi'iitis: K.-nln, 1,-vs. I.M.I!. San !)••«,> ciiumy mil! , ninth,-in s •'<) IK' II. : Yrlluw \\-iix 10'd UV II..; Hla.l<"\..« 111 "ill. 1 ',- Hi : hinia.s. Im-al Tlliii San l>i>>:u 'iHinty. Inish S'rl lllr |h. Aviu-a.lnH: N:i!.:\N ".n'ii '.':>•- U> : ll7.amn:\H -D'n^l'c II... Un kinf*nns I'liljllr Ih LiMUn 1 ' 1 : iMv i>a<U. Sanla Hatl'ani finlntN. .San fan^i (H»t«pn rniililv anil \\al- •>i>nvilli>. rr.ii"-! 4-iloz fri'sh ?::::,« l In. hiili]r»\Tif. low as ? L', Saniu I'laia iiinnly. A-ili>7.., huliliivorn M.r.ft. I'rii'Ii, 1 ^ lli'.'m nion i -Yih a • pa I'tialiipain^ nilit Krummi'N. lUls ami IUIKI-I 7f Ih. . San -Inarinin \'all ( "'\' f'ha lllpH'ti.^ tins all'l la'^' I 7i- Ih.; lorn I KviliiimrlH II '11 !"• Ih. ; \Vnsh- inclnn Tl.-ilf.i tll''ll7r- Ih: l.n.xrs. lm!il»viTS f 1 il 1 Ml. Los Angeles Livestock T.OS AN<;KI,KS (in. r,. n.iP)--i - n(iin salahk 1 11'dli. town lnn!y acli\i'. slnniK. nlhr'l iljisscH slow, HU'iul.\ ; O\v rdniinon to nif-dimn MC«M-S JIA'ii i:',. ronimon Mf\t- fans $tt, f»0 (& y. 7, r »; niodiuni to conrl ^r-na.i hpiTrM-s $11r?lll!: nicdililll to Knoi\ , n\vs JIO.JT, r«. 12.fiO. rullpr to ronimon JS 2:>1l ! 10, i-nnnr'i^ nnd riittiM-s $i;i'ri<S: inpilinm htills $!i. id ^ in. Ow rurnmon lo tneilinnt fi'i-viprs $»«( Id.fiO v'alvoB unlalils- .",(>. fully .11 n].\ : you.l ut rhoiri' ralyes J13 7.",, nnn- inon to medium $!). ."rU ft \ 'i. Hosn SHl:ihl(3 (100. I'uirly ar-liyc. ahout stpail\ . pond to clioir'o 1SO-1HO Ihs mostly fl'i.7."). hi-nyier woi^hta J1 T t . nicilium 14n- "J Ift Hi* M4 ritiifi'lb; niodium lo thoi(.e MIIWS $n.:r,fi \i.?,->. Sheep sulalite none. lio!ilo\'or p\vr>p slearly; Knort i:n ih NO. : ri-it cwps $1.50. torn- mon and nudinui (2.70. Qovernment Bonds NKW VilUK". (lit. 5. (./P)—'flip ttosins rn n • ^ nt' hnntly on thi? Xi-'\v Yot k Stu'.k JOxchanf ": Trpnsury ;' t «. r.fi-.'n. ion.20. U'jjj. ti^-tit, Ui'rfmhpr, ind.S. Los Angeles Hay T.OS AMJKLKS. Oft. .",. (^1—Alfalfa nnil grnln hay prifos wnrc unrhancr-il to- fla\'. l.'arlot arrivals' HO \yhi 1 Ht, 1 hark.v. B corn. 1 ontn. i milo, 8 rioilr. .1 rpreal. 7H hay. Los Angeles Cash Grain I' I 1 ', Mi.,1 I.'I- i. •. ' filll.'.k (I. 'ill.! . l.ulU , S . I :' '- -i -' IT'.; V, ii, iv 10 •l.i. \.i. :.". I.M'I; S •' l 7 ' j 'n :' 'j •_' : .• : ' ',t !• • IH M :i ".-IKM! hulk OILDALE ' Phone 2-6636 LAST TIMES TONIGHT 'BETWEEN TWO WORLDS 1 ' "MY BEST GAL" STARTING TOMORROW "ADDRESS UNKNOWN' "OLD BARN DANCE" LAST TIMES TONIGHT "MELODY PARADE" "UNKNOWN GUEST" STARTING TOMORROW "Johnny Doesn't Live Here Any More" "Are These Our Parents" LAST TIMES TONIGHT "GASLIGHT" "SHE'S A SOLDIER TOO- STARTING TOMORROW "BERMUDA MYSTERY" "TRIGGER TRAIL" And—Another "Crime Doctor" HitI WARNER BAXTER with NINA FOCH (HADOH V IH THC MIGHT NiLt NOW—ENDS MONDAY John Wayne Claire Trevor John Carradine Andy Devlne IN 5 DAYS Starting October 13 Matinee 2:15 P. M. Nights 8:15 P. M. Continuous Saturday and Sunday MATIXICK PRICKS Trice Tu\ Total Adiillw . . . .IIH .C! .7)1 Cliililrell . . .S:l .117 .I" IService . . .Hi .0!) .5.~> MCIIT PK1CKS t'rlre Tnx Tfltul AUlllli . . . .»'-' .IH 1.10 < liildn-n . . .Ill .01) ..•>.'> h*r%'ice . . .113 .13 ."<! John Ford's "STAGE COACH" Second Hit Benny Goodman and His Band LYNN BARI In "Sweet and Low Down" R. D. 11835 TECHNOCRACY INC. PRESENTS BURTON BOGARDUS AUTHORIZED SPEAKER MASONIC TEMPLE De Molay Room 192018th Street SUNDAY, OCTOBER 8, 4 P. M. ADMISSION FREE MATINEE DAILY Door* Op«n 1:3O Unbelievoble Adventure! wo South Sto Porodis*! A TALE OF EXOTIC LOVE! MARIA MONTH ION HAll iABU ION CHANIV CO-HIT HUMPHREY JtOOART In "DEAD END" ^5-^^ b^BB "*s^y 305 19th St Show Starts Daily at 12 Noon Last Day Richard Dix "Trans-Atlantic Tunnel" D. O'Connor "CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK" Tomorrow Brian Donlevy "The Man Wh» Wouldn't Die" Dava O'Brien "SPOOK TOWN" CLOSED MONDAY October 9 for Redecorating OPEN u SA Jk TUESDAY October 10 GOODFRIEND'S 802 Union Avenue • Quick • Careful • Convenient We Specialize in WHILE-YOU-WAIT SERVICE Complete Stocks of Leather and Rubber CLEANING AND DYEING VICTORY SHOE SHOP 1533 Twentieth Street Acriw* From I'ioneer MercuntU* RIALTO® Spanlth Film "Ml REINO >OR Ul TORIRO" "LA LIOA 01 US CAKOIOHS"

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