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For Sal*—Miscellaneous TIER RECAPPIf^J ONK-DAT SERV1CB CLEHOO TIRE COMPAN7 1717 K STREET PHONIC 6-6069 2-23-tf Turi* Liberated" and "funks Capture Guam" and other newsreels g-mm and li>-mm «renlc. adveritur* and apnrta pictures. New cartoons. Little King. Donald Dnck. Mickey ^fou•e. etc. Edward's Camera Exchanre UOJ Nln«- _ teenth. 9-19-tf NvW and used. Bought, sold, repaired and exchanged. Largest stock In ' Kern county. KERN PUMP EXCHANGE 400 Sonora Phone 3-1488 .___ 70 FOR SAL,E—Bnx spritiEs and mattress. In cxrollont contliticm; man's bicycle, cabinet rnilio anil other alticlcs. Call 3-2027 •ijter E> p. ID. 69 ONfi lfl-12 lung wheolnnse hardwood truck bed and racks; one practi- c;illy new 4-ton dump hoist. 1014 Flower. Phone 2-7141 after 3 p. in. 00 I'Olt HALK—All iiorsonal riislip.H. ailvcr- M'art 1 . uli'MNili*. HOTIH- liuiilinK and flFh- In4 ci|tii|iir cut. Minnie yprvirf- fin- six. mippcr plate. IloImrH & Kilwanls Inlniil nilvci wa i 1 '-, also ("oniwunit v 1'latp; inlaiil ran! table, dinette and coffee table, new Kantm-n Kodak, while linen and al^o laflieg' "-piei e brown rlditiK suits and IMI'.IS, fi rair'H ladies' perwar sbopj?. like new. vnry nice (no Rtanips required), and misi ellaneotis. KIM Oregon atreet. Kiid.'iv. Saturday and_Sunday. r»9 Foil SALI';—MnKHev-llaiTlR tractor, fonr- wherl drive, in fine condition. Pbone 4-411 :l I. 2200WLANES BLAST BERLIN PLANES HIT GERMAN CAPITAL AT NOONTIME FOR See the DAVIS FURNITURE CO. 1400 CHESTER AVE. 50 pint or uuart 59 WA.N'TELI—I'ainl spray SUN srf.f. PjL 0 li"_^7_SC^- EAIIHOO srltcp, two chnlra :in<l table to mulcli. nlnio^l IIPW pads, all for jn.'i; r-oinhinnt inn library rlinlner labln. $5; hny'p footbnll uniform. $5. ;:104 I' strecu Alpci 9x12 ruff. &'.» oak table and four and pprinps. clrpflser. eniy, hiyh oven ranye. FOR SALE — One iliairs. two beds t\vo :>-t'o(it t'lldinp _ |!n7 _ \Vil_soii_. _(|il'!aje.___ __ jfl KCMHElt 1 alfalfa hay for sale. $^1 a ton. Half-mile noun Rosedale service station, west of road. Plume 2-tH)70. FOH SAf.K — I.aree oil heater, alpo child's Hervieo truck. Call 410 Hiseins Drive. , r i!l ONK rf-O.Ml'LETE 10-inch Lnync & Bowler water well pump, 7 '-j -hornepower motor nnd swituhboarU. ",0-fociL setting. 7-inc'h rolumn: use one reason SPP it ptimp; TII ice ?.>()'•. Also one 10-horsepowcr solid shaft motor. ISiJO r. 11. m. ; guaranteed O. 1\.. $7. r i. C'j miles south from Pan- nuia Cotton Clin on Ash Road. \t, mile _ wt'Ht Kberle and l.indnay Hoaila. ' •''•> FOR SALE— One Hoover vacuum cleaner with all attachments, like new. 1 M; miloL' sourh anil 1 'j mitc.s west of Phnf- ter on Orange avenue. Raf Oblnnder. 1IOD1-:!, 1^ Winchester U-gauce shotgun, rihhed hnrrel. two boxes sheila. 704 Washmslon. Olldale. after 6:.10. 59 Don't ^vaa any Innprr. Plant now for fall and v. niter \-ef;cla bles. Onions, eali- liaKe. caulif lo\\'er. (eh.M y and head Ict- tni e at ."i i- P' v r bundled. \'ory cbejip per tinmen. Si.apdraKons pioi'ks. calendula iiml o.her liedilint' plants. t^ovely HCI-- oni1-yt,ar-oid '-rilutjibine, delphinium, fox- ploves at reasonable prires. Fresh rut flowers *,r all times. Open Sundays. C'all 1^»11 O street, corner l-'oiirteenlh anri O sli-iet. Sale Saturday and Sunday. SAI.I.C f>n TIlAf>l-:—One-sixth horsepower, one-third horsepower and three-fourl hs horsepower elertnc motors. MajtaB Bas washinff machine enwine. hand vacuum with attachments. Ueminclon portahle typewriter. small Silvertone cabinet radio, ,"ri-3."t eartridBe»s. What have you'.' 11U1 North Mount Vernon. Phone 4-4417. 12-rSAUGK BhntKiin. ladies' tan all-wool suit, sine Hi, anil ladies' black all-wool dress, size H!. 2108 Kentucky. Phone -2 -_476_2_.._ B8 FOR SALE—ion-amp, heavy duty G. E. arc welder, powered by V-S motor, to be mounted on Chevrolet truck, acetylene outfit. Phono 3-1377. 61 VEGETABLE and flower plants. Ranun- cn'.aa. Ir each- coleus. philadendrums. shrubs, camellias, gardenias, steppiim stones. landscaping and renovatlnp. Fowler's Nursery. 1124. 1.116 Third. Phone 2-4:,87 or 3-OS8S. 69 KKW Oregon strawberry plants for sale, also Kins Alfred daffodil bulbs, onion sels and garden seeds. Phone 2-.'M. r il. M. P. Flitkiniter. »:IO liichleenlb si reel. r, o BROVN* with red fox trimmed swasser coat, siK" 14: reasonably priced, no excise. Ph.-.ni- 2-43:13. K(lR SAI.IO—T\VM pairs pro-war boxing trlovca. $S. 1'bollo ^-154^1^ E^VNCHKUS. huililTS. Prefnlirlcntcrt nn.'lal hulldiiiKP. No priority. Any pi^e or tlesiKii. Daloy (..'onipan>', .Mills buil'l- FpU SALE—100 .split redwood POMH. ^210 N»i]soii. .M' "\V A N T I 1 'P to buy. 2r,-incb wood hllhe, Wlt-li or witbnut nuitor. Pbnno l'-S.'!riH, .Radios, Musical Instrument* 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 RADIO REPAIRS Quick s«rl»ce. General Servlc* Company. _813 Bnker. Phone 2-9278 4-24-tf TOP PRICKS paid fur late model radloi. Poston Radio Service, corner of K and 99 HlKhwo). Phone 8-0498. 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 PIANC> WANTED—Highest cash prices paid for new and used planoa. Phone 8-8981. t-12-tt CAK AERIALS for any make of car. (4.96 and up. Ponton Radio cnrn*r of K street __ and 93 Highway. 9-l-tt HIOHEST PRICES paid for used radlna. Bakersfleld Radio "upply, 2808 Chester avenue. Phone 2-5160. 8-11-tf \V1LI PAX highest c«»h price for your Piano. Call 8-8673. 1-iH-tf UPRIGHT piano for sale, J30. Call 2-8376 after 6:30 p in 6_9 V piano for sale, reconditioned and tuned, mahogany finish, lovely tune, standu.d «lze. Pi-Ice very reasonable. 240^ L alltet. 6_8 FOR SALIC—Two table model radios, choice,, $'JO. 134 Hopkins, Rlvervieiv. . _; 68 FOR SALE—One Gulbranson piano, J150. and ona Pan-American trumpet. $40. Both in excellent condition. Phone _2-45G6. 6 » .TOR SALE—Used upright piano. $50. 117 Woodrow, Olldale. 60 LEXINGTON P1AS3J perfect condition. S116. 417 Monterey street. 60 FOR SALE—One Buescher Aristocrat K-flat saxophone. Hi mllea south and \'A mllea vent of Shatter on Orange avenue. RBY Oblander. Several good reconditioned radios. Priced $JO to $:ih. Quick service on radio re- liuii-n. Huck'x Radio Service. Phone 2-5193. T15 Washington avenue. Ollda.le. 6Ji LARGE ViL-trola, fine condition. 2-8383. Phone FOH SALP>—Nearly now guitar, complete with cane. $15, 1010 Thirty-third street. D9 TWIRLERS— Colorful setting for the fall football games when East R'ikorsflold High School participates will be provided by attracttvely- gnt-lictl niajoreltes and the high school band. All set to perform with tin- hand in tbo doublpheader game tonight between East Rakersfield High'School and the \Vhlte "A" and "fi" teams of Bukersfield High School at flriffith .Stadium. C:l!0 and 8:l."i o'clock, are Majorettes Olive Ann O\yens, left, and Dot Iloweii, right. The majorettes have worked up a clever routine to keep puce with the fast-stepping band. Cameras and Photography WANTKD — camera all.'i riei 1 stre-'t Sxio professional ' r-nla i ger. til 9 Sum- I Typewriters, Office Supplies Lee Rose Is Speaker at Optimist Meeting WILL PAY CASH for typewriter!, adrtlnf I machines, checkwrltera and cash regls- I tera. J^ynch Typewriter Company. 1650 Chester avenue. 6-29-tf WANTED—Steel lesal Blzo flllnn cabinet. 4-drawer preferred. Phone 4-41)01. fi8 Fruits and Vegetables TEHACHAPI POTATOES—We now have some long, white and russet potatoes of commercial quality at this 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 Von who have been waiting for choice Cellefleur apples for canning may now finvl them at this low price of $2.69 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-Q961. CO SPIOi.'IAt.S—Snturiliiy urn! Sunday, c-an- nini* tomatoes. f,."ie IUK; Porto Rico yam?. 4 llv 5 .. !'f,i'; Delirious ani)|e,«. oahl'aKe, Harden Hours. Ely Fruit Stand. Rune- dale Hiphway. r,9 Optimist Club members hoard about the activities of the council for boys' work of the Optimist International, from Ijee Rose, past vice-president of the international organization and a present member of tho boys' work group, when he addressed the local chapter today at noon at Hotel Kl Tejon. Mr. Rose spoke in connection with annual "Optimist AVoek" observance sponsored by clubs of I'nited States, Canada and Puerto Rico. San Joaquin Farmers Get Weather Forecast The weather forecast for the i farmers of the southern San Joaquin j valley, as prepared by the United j States weather bureau in co-opera- j tion with the Kern county farm ad- i viser's office of the agricultural extension service, is reported to be: "Continued clear today, Saturday and Sunday, with little change In temperature. The maximum daily temperature is expected to be 85 and the night-time minimum, 55, with a moderately low humidity. The highest temperature yesterday was S7 and low this morning was oG." $1.89 Full Lug Bring your own containers. 10) 'Kf c Eo 1019 Baker East Bakersfield 9-7-tf This is your last chance to Ket lovely freestone peaches nt this give-away price, S!lc per Mik Penra. $1.65 uer luer. Canning tomatoes, '.iflc per lug Choice pack tomatoes. Jl.fl"* per lug. Yea. we have cigireHes All kinds of fresh ment, Krocerien, vegetables and tobacco. Brun- dnRe and Oak Market. Phone 2-9730. Open seven days, per week till S p. m. 58 COOKING 4PPLES for sale. SI.60 and $2.50 pe. box. Please brine containers. 70'l El Tejon avenue. Oildale. 67 SWKKT CORN, black-eyed peas, snnp hnaiiH. okra. turnips. "Dunw.-imlerin" Farm, Fruitval« avenue, rhone 2-701+3 59 FOH SA1,K — While Heath peaches, picking every day. liring containers. Out Kdi- sfii Highway to .Mapundon Ptore, south on F:iirf.ix Hoad at cannl turn, west to third lioiiso. K. M. Morlcy. phone 21-F-fi. fi'J Vine Ripened Lug, 7fic 101!) Baker St. East Kakersfield 10-6-tf Poultry and Livestock FOR SAI,K—Onj Guernsey cow and heifer calf. 1'honu lld-F-SZ. 50 FOR SALE—One coort milk cow, half Hoi- stein, half Ayrshire; one cream separator, size 600, electric, good aa new. Route 2, Box 722. Garden Acres. 59 OXK springer nanny Boat for sale, $1I>. Phone 2-2047. 58 FOH MAl.tJ—Two ipnn ot looS work rnaree, one brood mar* with colt. Mr. Groat. Phone 2-7066. 7-19-tf ATTENTION Blood-lestad baby chicks, brooders, poultry supplies and feed. Wr, buy your ««8«. Chicks |1!> hundred. 221!) Union, or 814 Eighth. Phone 7-7028 or 2.9489. Z-l-tf BABY CHICKS. 115 per hundred. New Hampshire Red*, Rhode lalitnd Rede, Plymouth Rncki. Rock and Red Crow. Ne-.v shipment every Monday order early. Also plenty of metal feedere fountains and ooullr" medlcinei. Ward'* Farm Store 2626 Chester. 4-17-tf OFFERING a number of outstanding yearling and 2-year-old registered Hereford bulls. A H. Karce. Phone H-9611. 7-l»-tf BABY CHICKS started on order. We have colored broilers, roasting hens. Riverview Hatchery. SIB Roberts Lane. Phone S-9396. 7-l»-tf ATTENTION, POULTRYUENI Our Market Is Open We Pay Trps tor Fryers and Roasters One Bloc.V West of Hast Rakersfleld Post Otllce 1106 Kern Street Dial 1-2458 BRADFORD POULTRY MARKET 76 BUY. SELL or trade, all kinds of livestock. Phone 2-8022. Roy Johnson. 1 mile north Pumpkin Center. 200 yards east on Hosklns Road. 68 WANTKD J'O BUY —Horses hogs, cattle, any amount. L Anderson Roult X. Box 906. 1'honc t-7008. 68 FOR SALE—Riding horse. 3 years old. lots of life. End ot Krebs Road, oft Fruitvale avenue. P. R. Krebs. 69 FOR SALF.—A few does, one buck and Heverui hutches. William Thompson. Route 4. Box 413. Bakersfleld. 08 PRIME grain and milk-fed veal calf. ready to butcher: 30 rtomentlc Mallard ducks. SI each, one or all. Phone 2-2088. 68 FOR SALE—Beautiful 4-year-old Palomino pinto saddle horse, perfectly gentle, n!c3 disposition. Weight around 1100. Also now saddle. 320 Robertc Lane. 60 FOR SALE—Fat feeder Dlgn. 4 months old. S10 each. Phone 3-0997. 59 Pl'RE Toigenburg buck for service from a nationally known heavy milk line. Phone 6-r>4fio. SIX New Hampshire pullets. SI each: 18 hens, will sell cheap If taken at once. Call lail Knott after 6 p. m. 68 WANT TO J«UY flvo Guernsey cows, fresh or clo»j st.ringers; five Hnlstein cowl and three Jerseys, Fhone 2-302,2. (9 Poultry and Livestock heifers, Hereford T'hone 2-f,087. and dairy TllflKE slock. FOH SALK — Fat younK ducks, dressed. ready for ihe oven. Phone 5-5028. _ 59 FOR SALE— Rabbit fryers, chicken fry> T*. colored hens, one steel gray Flemish buck. Cine block west of l*ierce Kond <m lictty Ktrcol. 59 Dog* and Other Pets COCKER SPANIEL puppies. Phone 2-5808. WANT pood home for younii male bird doc. pay for advertising. Phone 5-5740. FOR SALF—Canaries, singers and fe- nialoB, white and orange, yellow and mottled. 320 Roberta Lane. tiO For Exchange—Miscellaneous to mountains, want to trade late 1R42 model Westinchouse electric re- trlRerator for an Electrolux. Call phone _iy>i<.!- . 61 WILL trai'f three boxes 16-Kauge shotgun shells, high base, for 12-gauge same. Phone 2-C18C. 5S Legal Notices NOTICE OF MALE OF REAL PROl'ERTV AT 1'KIVATE SALE No. 200310 In the Superior Court of the State of California, In and for the County of Los An?e]*>«. In the Matter of the Estate of ALFRED EDWARD VENTON. lalso known as A. E. VENTON). Deceased. Notice ts hereby given, that the undersigned. Dorothy Agnes Venton. Admin- istratrix 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 the terms and conditions hereinafter specified and subject to confirmation by said Superior Court, on and after October 21. 1944. at ths office of said Administratrix with the Will annexed. Rooms 201-2-3-4 Neville Bulldine. 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 followa: The East Half of ths East Half of the Northwest Quarter; the East Half of th« West Half of the Northwest Quarter; the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quar- er of the Northwest Quarter: nnd the Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter, and the West 20 feet of the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter, all In Section 11. Township i!5 South, Range 23 East. Mount Diablo Base and Meridian, In the County of Kern, State of California, and containing 91 acres, more or less. • Terms and conditions of sale are cash, lawful money of the United States, on confirmation of sale and delivery of deed by said Administratrix with the Will annexed. Said real property will be Bold subject to County Taxes for the fiscal year 1944-46 and subject also to all conditions, reservations, covenants, restrictions, easement*, and rights ot way or record. If any, affect- Ing said real property and subject further to a reservation of one-halt of all oil. gas. petroleum and other hydrocarbonate substances found or underylylng eald land or that may be produced and saved therefrom. Bids or offers for the purchase nf said real property must be In writing and will be received by said Administratrix with the Will annexed at the office aforesaid at any time after the first publication nf this notice and before the date of sale. Dated this 29th day of September. 1944. DOROTHY AGNES VENTON. Administratrix with the Will annexed of the Eetale of Alfred Edward Venton, also known as A. E. Venton). deceased. Dunn & Sturgeon. 201-2-3-4 Neville Bldg., Monrovia. California. Attorneys for said Administratrix, C. T. A. September 29. October 16 incl. NOTICE OF SALE OK STOCK IN IHI.K Xoticr, . •. hereby given pursuant to the provisions of Section :i440 of the Civil Code oC the State of California, that Larry Hurke and Viola M. Burke intend to sell to Agiu-s .f Totter and Helen L. Potter all that certain personal property consisting Kent-rally of cafe fixtures ot a cafe business known as Railwa. Cafe belonging to «aid Larry Inirke and Viola M. Burke and located at (126 Jackson Street, City of Bak- crst'lcld. County ot Kern. Slat.' of California, nnd that the purchase price thereof will be pa 1 '' on Friday, the ISth day of o,-iohcr. 1944. itl C2C JuckHon Street. City at Bakersl'lcld. County of Kern, Stale of C-.liforn'u, at 10 o'clock A. M. That the address of said venlor la 930 Lincoln Street. City of Bakersfleld, County of Kern, Stale of California, and the address of said vendee IH 2013 Chester Avenue. City of Bakerbfleld, County of Kern, State of California. Dated October Bth. 1944. LARRY BI'RKR, Vendor, and HELEN L. POTTER, Vendee. Oct. C. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ENGAGE IN THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVER- AGr"—October G, 1944. To Whom it May Concern: Notice Is hereby given that fifteen days eMer the date posted, the undersigned prow ECS to sell alcoholic beverages at these premises, described is follows: 103 North Chester Avenue, Rlvervlew. Pursuant :o such Intention, the undersigned Is applying to the State Board of Equalization for issuance of an alcoholic beverage license tor. licenses) for these premises as follows: On Sale Beer License. Anyone desulng to protest the Issuance of such licenses) may file a verified protest with the State Board of Equalization at Sacramento. California, staling grounds for denial »n provided by law. The premises am now licensed for th* sal* nf alcoholic beverages. JACKSON LEK. Oct. 6. L.ONDOX, Oct. 6. <UR>— More than 2I!00 \vurplnnea made a 1400-mile round trip into (Jprmany today to ruid Berlin and numerous other targets over a widespread area. i Formations oC 1200 Flying Fort, rossos and Liberators, accompanied by approximately lOflo fighter planes of the Eighth Air Force, made the [ raid in favorable weather conditions i and with "good to excellent results." the United States Strategic Air Force announced. (The German DXB agency reported the bomber formations struck Berlin during the noon hour, at the peak of vehicular and pedestrian traffic.) In addition to hitting a tank assembly plant, a military depot, an ordnance depot and an aircraft engine plant In Berlin, the American bombers struck oil refineries at Har- bourg, 23 miles northwest of Luneberg; an aircraft engine plant and ordnance depot at Hamburg, and airdromes at Stargard. Neubrandenburg and Wensedorf, near Hamburg. It was the first time since August 6 that American bombers had plunged so deeply Into the Reich. Policewoman Is 20-30 ClubSpeaker The experiences of a policewoman were recounted before a group of Twen;y-Thirty Club memhevs and their wives, by Mary Holman, of the Bakersfield police department, at a ladies day meeting of the service club. Thursday at noon, at Motel Kl Tejon. Special guests of (lie club were i Bill McLeod, Gale Shelton, Vincent Casper, Miss J. Edwards, Lieutenant Roosevelt Pollock and Albert Ml- lazzo. Prizes were given to Mrs. Bob Roberts and member Kreal Harvey. At the board of director's meeting held earlier in the week, possible sites for the organization's proposed youth center were investigated and a committee of two was appointed by President Bob Huberts to make plans for a club golf tournament to be held some time in November. In charge of arrangements will be Tim Thomas and Jim Bainbridge. $afcer«fiel& Calif ornian Friday, October 6, 1944 15 TYPICAL STUDENTS—Winners of the coveted honor of heins chosen "Retty and Bobbv Blade," most typical East BakrrsfioM Hi^h School students, are Miss Joyce Lehman and Jack Mefford. Miss Lehman, a senior, is majorinpr In history and is takincr » college preparatory course. Young Mefford, also a senior, is majoring in architectural drawing and expects to pursue further courses at. college. He is right end on the K. B. II. S. souad "A" football team, and. like Miss Lehman, Is active In student body affairs. The mythical title. "Betty and Bobby Blade," is voted each year to an outstanding typical hoy and girl. The high school rally committee made the nominations fur the, honor. Mrs. Joy Hobipson Is faculty adviser for tin* committee. Boy, 11, Charged With Pettyheft An 11-year-old boy, accused of stealing two bicycles, was arrested last night at Paul's Drive-In* California and K streets. He was sleeping on the roof of tho building, and attracted the attention of the police when he built a fire on the roof, apparently to keep himself warm. He is charged with petty theft. Officers Dorris Jordan, M. L. Baird and Caleb Milligan made the arrest. County Fair Hailed as Greatest Continued From Page Nine poultry show resulted in much interest and that he was particularly pleased to have Judge Richard Leach explain to spectators the fine points of each bird examined. This added greatly to the interest of the show, he said. Realizing a return of $3600 as the association's share of the horse show it sponsored in conjunction with the Frontier Days Association, the board expressed the hope that the show will continue to be a part of the fair and to grow in Importance in state equine circles. PIGEON FOIND A carrier pigeon has been reported found near Famosa by N. L.. Ritchey, Route 1, Box 30, Whisler avenue, Me- Fat-land. The pigeon has numbers on two metal bands, AU43G7297 and j AU44V20802. The number on the rubber band is 447. Girl Strangled With Snood in Washington BODY FOUND IN PARK TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED AS U. S. WORKER WASHINGTON", Oct. 6. <U.R>— The body of un attractive brown- haired girl, tentatively identified by police as Dorothy Berrum of Chippewn Falls, \Vis., 17-year-old government worker, was found today In a remote section of the capital's East Potomac Park. Police said she had been raped and strangled with her own white snood. Inspector Robert J. Barrett, assistant superintendent of Washington police, made the tentative identification through a class ring the victim was wearing. The body was found lying face tip near the sixth hole of the East Potomac golf course. Police found bloodstains on the underwear. On a nearby roadway they also found a man's black belt. Barrett said Miss Berrum came here from Chippewa Falls last ,7tine to get a government job, a short time after she was graduated from the 1044 class of McDonnell High School, a Catholic parochial school. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Berrum of Chippewa Falls. Woman Held on Charges of Robbery, Theft Theda Boyde Rtnve, 25, whose ad- dresis was given as BerkKhire Tract, South Highway, was arrested at the courthouse at 4:15 p. m. yesterday on charges of grand theft and robbery. She is accused of robbing Jose Avila of a wallet containing $100 last August 14. Inspector W. R. Dolan iinrt Officer T. .1. Kelly made the arrest. MARSHALL IN FRANCE PARIS, Oct. 6. (U.R) — General George C. Marshall, United States army chief of staff, and Director James Byrnes of the Office of War Mobilization arrived in France today on the first regularly scheduled army air transport passenger plane to fly directly to France from the United States. KERN BIRTHS RECORDED BAKERSFIKI.D ADAMS—To wifi> of Hohert Henry Adams, a pon, Rohert David. September 10. BKBOTT—To wife of Willie Evan Bebout, a daughtei. Buplali Nadene, September C. CART/WRIGHT—To wife of Thomas Henry CartwriEht. a son, Donald Ray, September 9. CERVANTES—To wife of Alferd Reyes Cervantef. a son. Pedro, Seplemher II. CRABTRKIS—To wifn of Roy Lacrand <'nil/tree, a dnuuliicr. Sharron Lynn, September 12. END8LMV—To wife of Charles Kndsley, a daughter. Karlme. September 11. FAflNS WORTH—To wire nf Roy Ralph Farnswor h, a aon. -Michael Leroy, September 11. FRANKY—To wife of Gerald Patrick Franey, a son, .Michael Patrick, September 9. GOODMAN—To wife of Stuart Lyons Goodman, a dAUvhter, tiuHan. .September 11. GRIFFITH—To wife of Leland Glenwood Griffith, a. daughter, ilcrllyn Hue. September 8. GUTIERREZ— To wife of Hernando Gutierrez, a daughter, Diane Elaine. September 10 HANKINS—To wife of Ohie Claude Hankins, a son, Doufflus Htiy, September 8. HARRIS--To wife of Charles T. Harris, a daughter, Karen Sue. Seplemher 11. HENRY—To wife of Carl Patrick Henry. Jr., a daughter. Sharon Ann. September 8. LVMAN—T.I wife of Charles Douglas Luman, a son. Charles D.. September 11. MARR—To wife of Kddle Rugene MBIT, a .ion. Doiig'as Wayne, September 7. ORNKLAS.-To wife of Frovlan Ornt-lnn, a son, Carlos. September 11. PEREZ—To wife of John Perez, a son, Natlvidal September 8. RISLEY—To wife of Wintferrt Taft R!s- ley. a daughter. Sandra Hue. September 7. ROHHINS—To wife of William Raymond Robbinx. a son, William Raymond, Jr., September 8. ROTHHOCK—To wife of EilBar Ppurseon Rothrock, twin sons. Robert Edgar and Richari Wayne. September 10. SANCHEZ—To wife of Carlos Sanchez, a son. Johnny. September 7. SANTIBANEi!—T- wife of John Sanll- banez. a son, Stephen Frank, September .1. SAWYER—Tn wife of James Wilson Saw- ypi, a daughter, Deborah Ann, September 7. SCOTT—To wife of Beiton Philip Scott, a son. Berton Philip. Jr., September 6. SEAMAN—To wife of Ray Richard Seaman, a son, Terry Alv-in. September (i. SMITH—To wife of Frederick Lewis Smith, a son, Frederick Lewis, Jr., September 9. SUHRIAR—To wife of Stephen Subriar, a daughter. Carolyn Louise, September 8. WILKERSON—To wife of Albert Lo.ve WHkerBon. a dbuyhter, Charon Yvonne, Sentembe- 12. WOODRINfl—To wife of Willis Clinton Woodring, a son. Jerauld Lee, September 8. TAFT BBYCE—T.) wife of James Arthur Bryce, Jr., a son Michael James, September 8. CAWELTI—To wife of Robert Nnrman Ca- weltl, a son. Paul Dennis, Aurust 31. HARR1MAN—To wife of James K. Harrl- man, a daughter, Karen Marie, September 5. JAMISON—Tc wife of Henry Cartel- Jamison, a (laufihter, Gail Lee. Septrmber 3. LLOYD—To wife of Hex Miller Uoyd, a dauihler, Martha Jean, August 80. MALLOY— to wife of Harold William Ms Hoy a daughter, Jharon Ranelle. September 1. McQl'OWN — To wife of Felix Richardson McQnown. a daughter, Sharon Lynn, AUKUSt 27. METSCH — 'J'o wife of Leonard Wayne Metsch, n son, Lee Wayne. September 6. OSTRANDF.R— To wife of James Robert Ostrander, a son, James Robert II, September C. REED — T.I wife of Lehain Thoren Reed, a daughter, Lynda Lane. Seplemher 7. RUSSELL — To wife of Lewis Jasper Run- Hell. a HOII. Alfred Lcllanil. September 5. YKVIT/5 — To wife of William Jerome Yevilz, a aon. Ronald Jerome. September 3. TKIIA( IIAI'I DELZER — To wife of Edward Delzcr. a daughter. Charlotte Ann. August 2». HARRIS— To wife of Oryal H. Harris, a daughter, Haltie Elain, September 8. MAAS — To wife of John Bernard Mnas. Jr., a daughter. Ciretlin-n Elizabeth. September tl, AKVIN GIBBS— To wife of Karl Vi-rnon Gibbs. a son, Vernon Lei', September 0. I.AMONT ALLMON — To wife of Lee Dolphan All- moll, a son. Ulendel George. Augum U3. MOJAVF. BYNUM— To wife of Arnold Floyd Bynum. a HOII, Li-c Aj-nold. September 'J. CARTER — To wife of Kuijolph Carter, a daughter, Mary K.-itherine, September U. Ml HOC BOS55— To wife of Mlchd John Bonz. a daughter, F.lizahclh Ann. September 'i. CAWTHON— To wife of Kdwanl Spencer Cuwthon. a daughter. Barbara Ann, September :i. DY1CR— To wife of Elmer Nicholson Dyer, a non, Elmer Nicholson, Jr., September 11. HOPKINS — To wife of William L«-o Hopkins a daughter. Cheryl Ann. September (i. Rl'DV— To wife of Roheii Charles Rudy 11 daughter, Lindn Charlotte, September '< . STtiLL— To wifo of William C'nn- Slell. a daughter. Elaine. September 11. THOMPSON— To wife of .lamps Itoiiort Thompson, a son, James Rohert. Ji.. September 6. DKI.ANO ALHA— To wife of Edward M. Alba, a son. Duvld, September IS. GALVAN— To wife of Jeronimo Galvun, a duuehter, Violet, September 14. MACIAS — To wife of Cruz Manas, a son. Mike. September 18. MODESTO—TO wife of Pedro Modrslo. R daughter, Maria del RoNario. August "~. REDE— To wife of Simeon Rede. u daughter, Silvenlra, September 16. SKINNER— To wife of Robert J. Skinner. a son. James Leo. September 18. SCARES— To wife of John E. Soares, u son. Michael John. September 15. TRUJILLO — To wife of Frank Trujillo. a daughter. Judy. September is. SIIAITKR OWENS— To wife of Leonard Vernal Owens, a daughter, Nellie Rose. June ill. SKAUGES— To wife of Rupert SkaggeB. it daughter, Dolores Irene. July 7. TUCKER— To wife of Thomas Allen Five Issues Up on Los Angeles Market I,OS A.NGKI,KS, Oct. fi. (JP>— Early stock prices displnyed n steady undertone today with 10 issues unchanged. 5 up and ;i down on an active turnover of 7K40 shares. Marker Brothers preferred. Signal Oil and (las A. and Southern Pacific gained fractions to points. Menasco Manufacturing and Bandini Petroleum showed declines. SI, irk— fl,,»o Randim IVIroleum ............................ 4 -^ Murker Rrolhers pfcl ......................... r, 1 Consolidated Sleel coin ....................... 14 % < "onsolidateil Steel pfd ....................... 4 •_' ' . ClmWiriB Mi-Bean .......................... 1.1 Lincoln IVroleum ............... . . .4:1 Menasi.'o Mann faeui ring .................... 1 . t:> ftvati Aeronaut iral .......................... 4 '* Sienal (>>l anil fiim A ........................ r,n TranHanierii a ................. 9 'a Government Bonds, NKW YORK. (let. fi. (/P) — The i Insinc prlres of bonds on tho New Vork Stock l£x< hanKe: Trcnsiiry Ts. SI-Tid. Seplpmher 1 odd 101.6. 2 7 ,s. i;n-T,s. ni.L'i. S'.s, f,4. 103 '». , r' = s. 68-61. 9.1. I" .-a. (iil-61. De, ember 100.6. 2'jn. 70. fir,. 100 4 2'-..s. 7:-b7. 100 .1.1. llomp OwnfrH Loan I'.is, 47-4:. U'.TU. Los Angeles Cash Grain T.OS AN'UKI.ICS, Oet. 6. OP>— (Prires riuoiwl are cwl., field run, in tarlum only). California harley. urmline 4 H His. hulk S-.1L"2'« :.M7' • : California yellow milo. No. 2. hulk JU.l.l'it L'.:iJ: California wheat. bulk. Xo. ,1 hard or soft white $L' fiotfi; -.CJ; No. 2 outs. .13 Mis. bulk J2.COSJ. 2.0,1. Lament Arraignment Continued to Oct. 10 NEW YORK STOCK CLOSE NK\V VoriK. f»r v t, (/P) — Sim « *Air K-flM i.r.n . Alli'-'l ('horn:' •» f ,m<l (»*..• . . .. AUi.1 ' 'hnin A im-i i' ;i n (.in . .... Arm- -•( ;»n ('n ;. n«l : '•j;i;n|r\ A m.'r '.in f ,• • t, in. .< v- Ani.T'. H n HIM' .1 ; <; .- '•! S:i n .» MK-1 .• .n. r.,-.; .,.; " M I- \r i I i ^M ! ,n .1 K.-f .. Am-'i • ;in T. ! .<'rl V. i . ... A mpi M an T. l>'t<-i •> 1'. Ahv-i .,.j,n \ Ana. uin \ ... A rnii'iir ^ in i At- h.s.-n '['..p. H.i ,«.- .-.uii. ( A t !;i TM i. R.-Mi. ,nu Ax i;in.,n i ..n- ! . - ... . H.-ililwm . r i i >.- H»-Ml):\ V. 1.1 f 1 . . . FU-thlHirm Si *>.-•! 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Hiisa mTii"fl .1x '^ Tt'JUi^rnnt mom a 1 &• WostPrn i_\ IJnion <»'! nf falifornia 4!»*s Tnit^.l . \irnnft "..... '.''"..'. P' 1 , AVp-ttmKhntiHp Kin; A Mfff. !"." ] \ 'a Wnnlw orih 35 52 *i H *ii IE: p ^11 '* J4 *» ..- IH'i .'.".'.'.' .'.'.: iou :.'."::...;: K'" 3 :.::::::::: ^ If'S ' K6 *» 14 17 9', 19 «i 9 * T4*i 100 'j -4 3 OH "6'i : :::::: 3.114 55 U'i 13 U A ir ..... C3"% 13 '» 110 .".".'IZI riT^i 1 •» s/ B1 ] 3 n ™!!!Zi."in« son, Kenneth Allen, Sep- Tuck«r,> a tember 7. WH1TF1ELD— To wife of Daniel Whll- flelil. • daughter. Marlyn Jo, September 11. OIMJALE MAH1N — To wife of L. L. Mahln. a son. William Lee, September 8. WAttt'U McDONALD — To wife of John Dai-.lel McDonald, « son, Chin !«• Douglas, September 11. SMITH— To wife "f Alfred Columbus Hmiih. a sop, Kenneth Alfred, Seplem- VINE— To wife nf Hl«h Vln». a daughter, Rosa May. July 14. Presiding Judge "\V. I.,. Bradshaw heard four cases this morning in Superior Court, Department ". The case of Ynocpncio Gonzalps Senohui, charged with escape from the road camp, was continued to October 20 for passing of judgment, lie pleaded guilty to the charge Tuesday. The arraignment of Frank Gordon Lanioni, charged with burglary, will he continued October 10 for tho plea. Attorney for the defendant is Philip •VVagy. Charged with rissatilt with a deadly weapon, Albert Rollins was iirruigned. No plea was entered, and the arraignment will be continued October 10. Defense counsel is Calvin II. Conron, Jr. Clarence Warren Crawford pleaded guilty to each of six counts of burglary. The defendant made application for probation and cause. The case will be continued October 17 for probation nnd sente.nce. Deputy District Attorney Dot-sett Phillips represented the case, while defense counsel was Morris B. Chain. Co-operation Pledged in SJatler Inquiry WASHINGTON, Oct. G. (UP) — Counsel and investigators for the Senate campaign Investigating commit toe conferred today with a legal aide to Kocrotniy of the Navy James Korrehtnl concerning the "battle of the Statler" and were promised fullest co-operation in tlieir inquiry. The fracas occurred at the Hotel Statlfr here the night of September -'I, ft short time after President Koosovolt had addressed the teamsters' dinner. It allegedly involved a group of teamsters and two naval officers, who said they were set upon because they refused to state how they planned to vole in (be forth- coining elections. Robert T. Murphy, committee counsel, who was accompanied by j chief committee Investigator Harold [ Ruckles and special committee investigator George Sbillilo. said be could not discuss his i'O-minute visit will] .Major Mathlas F. Correa. Forrcstnl's special assistant, because "this is u very delicate situation." New Trial Date Set in Workers' Case After ii four-iljiy trial In .IiulKP U'liri'fii SluckKin's Supprior Coint, I)p|>tiftmpnt ,'l, thp jury \VIIH tinablp to agroe on a verdict lust night in t IIP c.'isn nf llprniuii finil Klmer I'aKP. constriiotion workers at Inyn- Uern Niivul Test Ordnance Base, ac- ciiHed of rohblug two fellow workers (if $4fiO July 30. The jury was dismissed after midnight, and this morning a new trial date was set Cor November 20. Deputy District Attorneys Dorsett Phillips and Oscnr Ca.tu.luno represented the state, while the defendants were represented by Morris Chain and Jack sun Muhun. QIIET TITLE 8UT A complaint to quiet title was filed yesterday by Anne Diiwson against the Southern Pacific Land Company. The property in question is lot 23. block i:i in the triwn of Me- Klttrick. Attorney for the plaintiff is Fred Fischer ol Taft. Aircraft Accessories Up on S. F. Market SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. fi. OP>— Aircraft Accessories added to its long list of new highs today, up Vg to 6'' s . Transamerica gained \ s at 9',-i and Hunt Bros., Langendorf A, Shell Oil and Pacific Lighting pushed up. Yellow Cab series 1 lost 1, and the series L' dropped 3 to a new low at 47. Sloi ks — ("lose Airerafl Afirssories .......................... fi h Cpnlral Kmeka ....................... 2.20 Comniomvpall h Kdi^on ...................... L'SU Crown /.elVrhneh ............................. 1 9 Cro n Xeherhaeh nfil... ...... ............... 112 Klnporimn Cni>well |>f(I ....................... T»2 Hawaiinn I inenpple .......................... 24^4 Honolulu Oil ..... - ................................ 28 Hunt Bros corn ................................... llt'i I.n nfipiitlnt f A .............. ........................ 2ti ! Si Magnavox ........... ................................ * '.» Mpnaneo Mfii. .. .................................. 1.15 I'ncifli- I.iKhtinn ................................ 4S 1-tichfipld warrants ............................. ;:hp|| Tnion Oil ....................... Sounth'lpw Pulp Southern Pacific ................................ SOU Tido Watet Oil .............. - ................... 15 '« Transn merlea ................................... « '.'^ Vielor lOiilliinnen' ...... - ........................ 5 U Vielor KiiuipiTient Jifil ......................... 1 '1 Vi -M '-0 Vetlow Cab ser>H 1... Yellow (7ab serieH 2 4S 47 Los Angeles Livestock T.OS AXOKLKS. Oe». fi. (UR)_Caltle naluhlo moo. c.i nenilly steady. Medium to Booil Brasn ateers $13.10^1.1.50: common Mexi-ann $!l.7i1: nierliutn feeders $10..10; medium to Rood cows $10.2:1(fr 11.60: entU'i-s nnd tommon $8.2.1'S'10: ran- netu and cutterK J6&8; medium to good bulls »9.50i&-ll.fiO. Calves salable liiO. SlronB. Medium to irood i-anitn enlves J11.50@13; culls nnrt coininon $7-11. HOBS niilahle ;oo. Steady. Medium to choice ISO-240 Itis IKi.Tfi; medium 160200 Ibs. S1S@15.I>0; medium to choice sown J1.1.rii)«M4.60 Sheep Halahle none. Oood to choice woolpd lanior; finoled $ 1 ,'J. 504? H. Los Angeles Produce I,OS ANCKI.ES. Oct. 6. <^P)—Tradinn in fruits jin 1 vegetables was niodate today. Lettuce steady to firm on fresh 4 dozen; broccoli nn.1 cnhbape sliKhtly weaker except red cabbage slightly atronffer; corn, cauliflower and Bruuwlokn fifia firm: apples unsettled with silently weaker tendency on some grades and varieties; potatoes full ;o Hliphtly weaker. Lettuce: Dry pack. Santa Barbara ocunty. San I.uis Ohlnpo county and \Vat- aonviile. cniteH 4 dozen $4<&<4.10: 5 dozen fresh $:iiBi:i r,o. Uroeeoli: Santa Barbara, leed crates best »!.7ri*f'fi.-Ti; Santa Cruz $4W5 CatihaBe: Local f'annonball. cratea $2.73 ®:i: red cabliiiBe. local, cratea $.1.r>0<&'6. Corn: l,ocal, riolden Cross, lues .'l-:t'i dozen $1..'!.1(» 1.61: Oregon, crates, Golden Cross, .1 dozen $.'» <n 1-1.2.1; Kern county, crates, 4 dozen $2'<i ! 2.2ii. Cauliflower. Local, Snowball. lettuce crates, untrimmed. tZtfi.'lu: pony crates. Santa Harbara t^onnty and San Luis Ohispo county $1.25 if' 1. 73. KiKs: l..o.'al. Urunswicks 6^?9c Ib.; Ka- dotns. 2-lay«-'r flats $1.2."i. Apples: t'er cwt , Sonoma county. Jonathans, llelicious. Coldpn Delicious and Romes $7.SO: W.-itsonville Bellefleurn 4-tier J.l'flli; \\'a.shin(;lon Jonathans and Dell- clous $8.10: Idaho Jonathans $7.70@8.10; per box. Washington, all varieties $11.59 lit .1. 60. 1'olatoes: Street sales. 100.Ib. sacks, Long Whites. Saunus and Tehaehapl t". S. I-A $.1.:.1*r>'.4u- Hussets. Idaho I'. S. 1-A 1C.lift 1 3.4(1. Los Angeles Hay T.OS ANliKLKS, Oct. 6. (^H)—Alfalfa anil grain hay prices were unchansed to- da. . C'n-.joi arrivals: 14 wheat. 2 harley, 1 corn. 2 Vlilo. 1 millet, 9 flour, 6 cereal. SU hay Moderate Advance on N. Y. Mart DOU-JONES AVERAGES Preliminary closing Dow-Jon«S averages: Industrial 184.84, up n.22; railroads 41.80, up 0.13: utilities L'5.58, up 0.16; 65 stocks 53.50, up 0.13. Sales totaled 802,170 shares compared with 1,001,200 yesterday. Curh turnover was 305,395 shares compared with 310,620 yesterday. NEW YORK, Oct. S. (U.R— Firmness in mercantile shares and demand for selected issues highlighted a moderate advance in the stock market today. The market pace was fairly active with turnover in the first hour at a rate of more than 1,00<,000 shares for the full session. Volume topped 1,000,000 shares yesterday for the first time since September 7. Strength in the merchandising shares reflected disclosure that retail sales the past week in the nation were up 9 to 13 per cent from a year ago. Sears-Roebuck hit 100, up % and a new 1944 high, while Alont- gomery-Ward and Woolworth also hit new tops for the year on small advances. Howe Sound. Devoe and Reynolds, Budd Manufacturing preferred, Nickel Plate preferred and Commonwealth Southern preferred had gains of 1 to 2 points among selected issues. Cotton Future* NEW YORK. Oct. ». Op—The cotton market eased slishtly today on hedce selling against substantial sales nf ipot cotton in primary markets alone with coaucred liquidation. Offerinn were absorbed through price fixing and covering. Late afternoon price* were un- chansed to 35 cents a bale lower. October 22.08. December it.83, March 21.9H. Futures closed 10 to 35 cents a bale lower: October "2.0fi nominal. December L'1.91. .March 11.94(9:1.95. May 21.84. July :i.61. Middling apot 22.43 nominal. Poultry and Eggs T.OS ANOELES. Oct. 6. <UB— Ecgi: Wholesale prices consumer grade: Large, Krude. A [>f><3>56c. grade B 33@3Cc: medium, grade A 49@50c, small, trade A L'3<S'24o. Ketail prices to consumer: Large, grade AA 0«i868c. gi-Hde A 62@86c. grade B 4US?4:ic: medium, grade AA D8®61c. grade A r)6f^60c: small, grade A 2«@35c. Candled graded eifgs to retailers (canes): Large, grade AA BS'iOoDc. grade A StO !i7c, uru.de 1! .1G<5'38o; medium, grade AA fiUfi'Ti^c. grade A 4S^52c: small, grade A MI929C. Butter, unchanged at celling*. IN APPRECIATION T wish i» express my appreciation for the ItindiH-sH aiut sympathy of my friends and for their beautiful floral nf ferine durins my recent bereavement. t Signed) W. D. ' OBITUARY NOTICES BlfK. (HAKIMS W—Private funiM-nl M'rvk'p.s for L'harloH \V. Bick, 7", who died OcMobor 4 at I ho hoim- of MIH. u. T. OIBOII. will he hi-M October 7 at 10 K. m. nt jHiize.ii Chapel, the Hev- t-i-pml \Villi;iin S. Harper of f iciatintr. SuloiHt will be Mrs. J. J. pnters. Pall- ht^irp m are C. <"!. .Lindnuost. VV. A. UV.TH, H. Muib'lev. W. H. Hitchrofk. S. .M. Bobnt nnd A. Peter Ohanneson. Jnii'i-MH'rit wilt lit- in Shn fi^r Cemetery. Kiimily roqnr-HtH that no flowers he sf-nt, Surviving Mr. H M • k are h i H da UK h t P r. Mrs. O. T. Olson. ShafUT. ami two KramU'hildrrn. Merwiri Ol^un and Margie Olson, ho-h of Shaft«-r. HI t.UFS. <'II.\KLKS KAY —Pum'tal! ^rrv- Ires for cjbarlfs Rny HutMu-s. infant MIM of &li. ii nil Mr.i. Dflb^rt Hutfhf*, A rvin. who died Oriuht'r f» at a ho?in in I, will hi* hi'M Ortnhpr T at in :iO a. m. at (J rorntuwn I'hapH. the Hcv- f-rond Warren R. Wtiputlaiitl nrficiaitnv. I n it-r inpnt will he in <; reen lawn Mcnior- iii I I'n rk. Surviving tht: infant, heaides h in p;i rt-n I s a re a sister. Shi r!*»y Sup M tight*)*, A cvili : B f» ndpa i t-in «. * 'a rl Kran< i.-s, Cosh.-n; Clm'h-* U Hutth»H. H;,k- erHtiokl. COWAN. IIAKKY M.—Knuernl scrvii-e* for I In cry .M. 1'nw.tn. Sr . ii!». wln> di.-d Ortuhor 4 HI a TfhHrhapi honpita L will j hf h'-ld OrKihi-r 7 HI i: p. in. nt the I Mitnnnii 1 t ft tip It*, m Ti-harhapi. the !l«?v- [ t'H'iul .1. Kk*mmiti*r offi<-lattne Int*»r- | merit \\ ill he in t'nion ('«?ineter>'. Sur- | v tvtns ^1 •' * owa i\ it i 1 *.* hin widow. Anita j I'pKil ('ownn. Teha' hapi: SOMH, Mai. Inn- j Ist's A1»t? Sornml CluMM Harry M. fowan. ! Jr.. VniieiJ States Na w : i 'apt a in I-'rank N. rowan. Arm.v Air Korr ( .', daiiRhtor.s, I.!L'iiti.'Mii lit Jenny <'. On-tin. Fort OK!*?- t hi>rpt'. i"ia, . Juno Anita. Oimnri, Pomona; H brol he i. Mai Bliall i.'o'.van, Bnkersf icld ; threi- grandchildren. HAMI'TON. KTHKK--Thtf hody of Mrs. Kthel Hampton nf riHimhony, Okia.. \v;ts M-nl to her funin'r home ii om tlie Delano Mortuary of Walter Poor. Mrs. I lampton. a nut iv.- of Oklahoma and 44 yearn oid, was in Delano visltinu with lii-r sisii'!' Mrs. Gladys Murphy, tit the time of her death. Thfl body was H'Tompanlrd by her son, Seaman First ('lass John Stephens of Mare Island. She irt survived by two daughter*. Mra. Frankie Pinks ton, and MISB Annie Stephcnn of Salinas; aix sons. Seaman Kir»t Clasa John Stephens of Mare Island. Private F Irst Cla»8 Mark Stephens In the Pacific theater. Richard > lampion of D.iusherty. Okla.. Gilbert \v. Hampton, Bobby Ray Hampton mnd \Vrllie Jewel Hampton, all of Napa; two maters. Mra. Murphy of Delano, and Mr«. Janie Black of Lawton. Okla.. and a brother. Alfred Parish of Delano. J.KS/AR. INFANT GIRL—Graveside serv- iri'H for 'he infant daughter of Mr. and Mis. Joseph Lf-srar, 11 "8 Madlaon street, who died OrHober 5 ai ;i local boapital. will be held October 7 at » p. m. at Crt-'L-nlawn Memortal Park. Surviving • the child, besides her parents, are errand- pn rents Mr. and Mrs. Kred Kaempfe. BnUei-atield Joseph Leszar. Cbicaeo. III.; sisters- Marlcne l.eszar anu Arlene L«s- xar. both of Bakersfield. PKTKRSKN. PET KB ARTHl'R— Funeral ^t'l-vi'. >•* for t'fter Arthur Petenon. 36, who di- d (.ictnhpr 4 near Lebec. will be held Oi-iuber 7 at 10 a, m. at Flickin»er- [Meier chapel, the Reverend John Murdoch oft'ii'lutine Intermenr. will be in I'Mmn Cemetery. Mr. Petersen was a MUTtihtT Mt ihf lioM'-ral Teamsters Union, l.oca! S7 He Is survived by his widow. Mrs. \'a !t n-- Petcrspn. 3005 AUa Vista Drive: bin iv.othcr, Mrs. Peter Petersen, Oen\>'r. t'oii*. sons, Arthur M. Peter- wen n ud Martin K. Petersen. both of Hak»M afield: two Msters. Mrs. Leonora Si ah 1. Denver. Colo.; Mrs. Mimi Woll- rnar. Cifrniriny, WILKV, OKANUKR \VADK—Funeral services for Olander Wade Wiley, who died Ortoher •* a-L his home, »o;i Thirty-third HI r»'t>t. were held October i> at 2 p. ra, at Payne *•• Son Chanel- Interment wa§ in I'nion (Vmctery. Surviving Mr. Wiley ar*» his widow, Dolly Wiley. Rakersfleld: son. James Simmer, United States Army: daughters. Pearl Rupp. Jewell Thomas, tldna Austin, all of Bakert* fit-Id: Hattie Humphrey, Modesto; Ruth Coffey. Tatt. ^_____ UNION CEMETERY Furnishea MONUMENTS FLOWEK CONTAINERS GRAVE MARKERS AT LOWEST PRICES Office Within the Grounds Monumental Display at Cemetery Entrance Phone 7-7185 Flickinger-Digier CHAPEL Distinctive Funeral Service at Moderate Cost Phon* 7-7MI Chctttr Av«nu« at ThirtMnth J. 8. 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