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Radios, Musical Instrument* FOH AUTO-RADIO SERVICE We now have facilities (or mounting ' and dismounting auto radios. Aerials Installed while you wait. POSTON RADIO Corner K Street and 99 Highway 3-27-tf LKXINGTON PIANO, perfect ?115. 41" Monterey street. condition, CO .. c am * ra> an< r pho * o g rai P h y.. WANTED — 5x7 or 8x10 professional camcnt nun vertical enlarser. 619 Burn- Tier ntrest 59 Typewriters, Office Supplies WlLL PAY CASH for typewriters, adding machines, checkwrlters and cash rerls- tere. Lynch Typewriter Company. I860 Cheater avenue. 6-28-tt •WANTRD—Flat-top desk, typewriter, tvjie. writer denk. leKul-xIze file cabinet, offlrp rhnlrH. Phone 11-8769 after 4 n. m. 61 Fruits and Vegetables TEHACHAPl POTATOES—We now have some long, white and russet potatoes of commercial quality at th>ls 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 3-0901. 9-23-tf CANNING APPLES You who have been waiting for choice Bellefleur apples for canning may now find 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 3-0961. CO SrKCIALS—Saturday and Sunday, can- ninu tomato..?. Cfu: IUK; Fortn Rico yams, 4 !lw».. 2r>c: DelinmlH nppl"n, rubhHKP, n.-irllt'll iiears. Kly Fruit Stnnd. Hone- dale lliBliway. S'J $1.89 Full Lug. Bring your own containers. P.) W li\c 1L 1019 Baker East Bakersfleld 9-7-tf SWKKT CORN. Murk-eyed peas, snap beans, okra, tllrnluH. "Dunwanderin" Farm, Fruiivalo avunue. I'hone --701H!. ^ 69 FOR SALE—White Heath peaches, plcklnr every day. Bring containers. Out Edison Highway to Magunden store, south on Fairfax Road at canal turn, west to third houho. P". M. Morley, phone 21-F-5. 69 Toiatoes Vine Ripened Lug, 75c 1019 Baker St. East Bakersfield in-fi-tf Pick them, no*: lup. "Rrinp your own containers. Ono mile south MuKundon store, turn l -i mile west. Fruits and Vegetable* NK\V STO( K of apples. Wntsonvllle De- licioiifl, $.1 a box; .Vewtown Pippins. JL' 3.".: Jonathan apples. 12.60 a box; Hellefleur anples. 4 Ibs. .10c. Good Hock in spuds, $?.!>."i n sai-k: Russett, $.1.7,1 fi sack; jumbc yams Jt.fiO a lust; medium sized yams. J1.7". n If.?. T.arffe IUB ureen toniHtoe^. r>0>-. Karl Conts Market. 144 North rheMer. 60 SWKBT POTATOKS for sale. Nursery, SOI Kishteenlh. Kranter> lO-f.-tf Poultry and Livestock THREE heiffrs. Hereford stock. Phone U-6087. and dairy 69 FOR SALK—Fat young duckc. dressed. ready for the oven. Phone 6-5028. 59 FOR SALE—Rabbit fryers, chicken fry- era, colored hens, one steel gray Flemish buck. One block west of Pierce Road on deity elrccl. 69 TWO New Zealand does for sale. $2 each. Close In Call 2-21^8. XKW HAMPSHIRE chicks every Tuesday. 11(1 per 100. Leghorns. $15. Modesto Hatchery. Route f>. Modesto. FOR SALE—Four cood rnlihlt hutches nnd one doe. cheap. Phone 3-0173. 1111 Oregon street. r, 1 12 YOl'NG New Mlmmpshire Red hens and (urkpy_hi?KB. _aH_ for SI.'.. I'bone L'-iiOOl. FOR SALE —One-<iuarte • or one-half 4-H ('lui; cal r . Kiain fattened, to be butchered tmmcdialfly. Kcc Mrs. I'oust, on Fresno Road. Sbafler. 60 OXE cenlle r>-yeni--old mule. Bar O Rln- blen. east of China tirade on road to Kern River Park. 63 FOR RALE — One-vear-old Leehorn hens. Inylns. Von choose them at $1.50 each. _ P h on e_5_- 9I> 0 0 . _ f. 2 CHH'KS — Austro Whites now, others later. _ Phone 3-1.1 4 f.. New X.ealnnd rabbits, 5 does. " huck«, 2 hutches; all for ILTi. J'hone TWO WHITE DOES, t buck. 4-eompart- nient hutc.h. $11. 806 East Nineteenth. WANTED TO Bl'Y—Heavy ted hens, also red fryers 2 l i to rt Ibs. Apply chef, liakerafleld Inn Phone fi-niir. 1. 64 THREE y.'hite does with litters: 2 white and 1 spotted doe, bred; also 3 hutches; prii e reasonable. 32C. Holtby Hoad. fil ATTENT'ON. POUL,TH?MENI Our Market ta Open We Pay Tops for Fryers and Roaiterf One R)oc.<t West of Bait Bakerifleld Post Office 1106 Kern Street Dial 2-2468 BRADFORD POULTRT MARKET 7« BUT. SELL or trade, all kinds of livestock. Phone 2-3022. Roy Johnson. 1 mile north Pumpkin Center, JOO yards east on Hnsklns Road. 18 WANTED TO BUV—Horses, hogs, cattle, any amount, L Anderson, Route >. Box 906. Phone 2-7008. «8 FOR SALE—Riding horse, S years old. lots of life. Knd ot Krebs Road, off Frult- vale avenue. P. R. Hrehs. 69 FOU SAMS—Beautiful 4-year-old Palomino pintn saddle horse, perfectly gentle, nice disposition. Weight around 1100. Also new saddle. 320 Robertc Lane. 60 FOR SALE—Fat feeder pics. 4 months old, $10 each. Phone 3-0997. 69 WANT TO HUY five Guernsey cows, fresh or closo flTiringers; five Holstein cows and three Jerseys. Phone 2-3022. 69 FOR SALF,—Onj Guernsey cow and heifer calf. Phone 26-F-22. 69 FOR SALE—One urond milk cow. half Holstein. half Ayrshire; one cream separator, size 600, electric, ffood as new. Route 2, Box 722. Garden Acres. 69 FOR SAi,B—-Two «p«n of good work mares, one brood mare with colt. Mr. Groat. Phone 2-7086. 7-19-tf ATTENTION Blood-tested baby chicks, brooders, poultry supplies and feed. W* buy your eggi. Chicks m hundred. J219 Union, or 114 Eighth. Phone 7-7088 or i-9489. 2-1-tf BABYT CHICKS. S15 per hundred. New Hampshire Redi, Rhode Island Reds, Plymouth Rocks, Rock and Red Cross. Ne'-v shipment every Monday: order early. Also plenty of metal feeders, fountains and oouHry medicines. Ward'a Farm • Store 2625 Chester. 4-17-tf OFFERING a number of nutstandlnc yearling and 1-year-nld registered Hereford bulls. A H. Karpe. Phone 8-9811. 7-l»-tf BABT CHICKS started on order. We have colored broilers, roasting hena. Riverview Hatchery, J15 Roberts Lan*. Phone 2-9396. 7-lD-tf SIDE GLANCES By GALBRAITH "AH I'm looking for I* • stenographer—I know they pay more at the alrplnne factory, hut iileane remember (lint I'm not going to »»k you to build any airplmieii'." THESE WOMEN! By d'ALESSIO If there'* no annwer. operator, rite me tbut wronr number aialnl" FALL HOUSECLEANING SIMPLIFIED HouscleanliiR— the bugbear of every housewife—can be •Impllfied almost unbelievably by the labor and tlme-*nvln); BURRogtlnna sot forth In the booklet, Household Help* Suggestions on decoration, painting, household utilities, floors, carpeta, and furniture are Inrludcd In thin handy aid to the homemaker—It In really a household encylnpedln. Save time anil labor—follow the advice In Household Helps. Ten cents a copy postpaid. • (Use This Coupon)- The Bakcrsfleld Callfornian Information Burtau, 316 Eye Street, N. E.. Waflhlngton 2, D. C. 1 encloat herewith 10 centi In coin (carefully wrapped in paper) (or » ropy of the booklet Household Hftlpi, Name .... Street and Rural Route - — City— M....M...... Stats... (Mall to Washington, D, C.) N. Y. Stock Market Hits New High DOW JONES AVERAGES Preliminary closing T>ow-.TonpR Ftork nvprai?p.<«: Indtiftrial, US.90, tip O.ns; railroad, 41.03, up 0.1:1; utility, 2i>.l!8, up 0.10; 65 stot!;=, n:i.58, up 0.08. Sales totaled 44«.!M. r , compared with . r i02.290 last Saturday. Curb turnover was 161.:i">5 shares against Ii"i5.875 last Saturday. NEW YORK, Oct. 7. (UP.)— Continued demand for •mercantile shares and strength In senior utilities pared an advr.nre in the stock market today 10 a further new high since mid-July. Store shares extruded yesterday's rise with lie'- highs for 1!M4 liolng set by Federated Department. Stores, Oimhel Brothers, Lerner Stores and .1. C. I'enney, on gains ranging to more than a point, The group has staged a two-day rally In response to disclosures of currently heavy buying In retail stores and from mail order and chain store outlets. American & Foreign Power $6 preferred had a use of more than Iwo points with the $7 issue advancing more than a point. Columbia Gas $G preferred A was up a major fraction .o a new 1944 high. Coppers, a strong spot earlier this week, again were firm with Kenne- cott making a new high for the year on a small advance. Strength reflected unconfirmed reports that thp ceiling price of copper may be raised. The rails, stee 1 shares and motors held around their previous closings. American Cable & Radio rose more than a point and Caterpillar Tractor dropped a similar amount. FRENCH UNDERWEIGHT PARIS, Oct. 7. (UP)—Seventy-one, per cent of the French people are physically deficient and 75 per cent of the youths from 14 to 21 years old are below normal weight, Francois Billoux, minister of public health, said today. NEW YORK STOCK CLOSE Dogs and Other Pets FOR SALT—Cannr!e». lingers and females, wh'te and oranee. j'ellow and mottled. 32U Roberta Lane. 60 FOR SALK—rjoslon Bull fomnle. 11 months ^n111, jl 0. Call at_l717 Thirteenth atreet. BT.OVDE Docker, Stuininl pups with paperB, $ 2^L "fi t :t I.a Siesta Drive. FOR SALK—Cnrkfr SpaniH pnprv. 7 months old; good playmate for child. Call 7-731.8. FOR SALK—Hlai-k Corker Spaniel female puppy; about ,1 months old: $10. Call nfter 6 p. m., or Sunday, 701 BeardMey. For Exchange—Miscellaneous MOVING to mountains, want to trade late 1942 model West innhoune electric re- frlgerator for an Electrolux. Call phone 2-617.1. 61 WILL TRADR a 10-Inch swing saw on pivot lor rinplns: for 4-Inch or 6-inch Jointer. 3L'!I1 Chester Lane. Route 7. Legal Notices NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY AT I'KIVATE SALE Mo. 200310 Tn the Superior Court of the State of California, ill arid for the County of Los Armeies. In the Matter of th» Estate of ALFRED EDWARD VENTON. (also known » A. E. VENTON). Deceased. Nolle* Is hereby eiven. that the undersigned. Dorothy Acnes 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 terma and conditions hereinafter specified and subject to confirmation by laid Superior Court, on and nfter October 21. 1941. at the office of said Administratrix with the Will annexed. Room* 201-2-8-4 Neville Building. In th» City of Monrovia. California, all the right, title, Interest and estate of laid decedent in and to all that certain real property described as follows: The East Half of the East Half of the Northwest Quarter: the Ea«t Half of the West Half ot the Northwest Quarter; the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quar- er of the Northwest Quarter: and 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 L'5 South, Range 26 East, Mount Diiblo Base and Meridian. In the County of Kern. Stata of California, and containing HI 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 th* Will annexed. Said real property will be sold subject to County Taxes for the fiscal year 1944-45 and subject also to all conditions, reservations, covenants, restrictions, easementu, and rlshla of way or record. If any, affecting said real property and subject further to a reservation of one-half of all nil, gns. petroleum and other hydrocarbonate substances found or underylying eaid tand or that may be produced and aaved therefrom. Bids nr often for the purchaa* of said real property must be in writing and will he received by said Administratrix with the Will annexed at the office aforesaid at any time after th* first publication of this notice and before the date of sale. Dated this :9th day nt September. 1944. DOROTHY AGNES VENTON. Administratrix with the Will annexed nt the Estate ot Alfred Edward Ventnn, also known aa A. E. Venton). decenaed. Dunn t Sturgeon, 201-2-8-4 Neville Bide., Monrovia, California, Attorney! for aald Administratrix. C. T. A. September 29. October IS Incl. NOTICE OF FILING REPORT OF BOARD OP DIRECTORS OF TIIE BUENA VISTA WATER STOKAliK DISTRICT, WHERE THE SAME MAY HE INSPECTED, AND THE TIME AND PLACE OF HEARING PROTESTS. To th* Landowners wjthln th* Boundaries of the Duena Vista- Water Storage District, and to all other Persons Whom It May Concern: Plense take notice that the Board ot Directors of the Buena Vista Water Storage District has caused to be prepared a report showing th* stage to which Us «aid works have been completed and paid for. and the sum or sums that will be required for the maintenance, repair, and operation of said works, and for the conduct and management of the District and Its works, with reasonable particularity. together with the plans and specifications for th* work to be don* and an estimate of the aggregate cost thereof, a copy of which enid report with the plans and specifications. l« on .'lie with the Secretary of said Board at the office ot said District in Buttnnwillnw, Kern Counly. California Said report may be Inspected by any person Interested and protests ngainat th* adoption of said report and the levying of anv assessment thereunder may be filed with the Secretary at the laid office of the District on or before the 10th day of October, 1944. A public hearing will be held by the Hoard of Directors at *ald office of the District on the llth day of October, 1944. at the hour of 10:00 A. M. at which hearing all prnlestants will be permHtud to appear In person or by any attorney, and present their objections to such report, If any. The said Board proposes (o levy an assessment on the lands within the District on the basia of the report finally adopted and pursuant to th* provision* of SectiSh 22 of the California Water Storage District Act. Dated: September 21st. 1944. BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE BUENA VISTA WATER STORAGE DISTRICT. By F. L. HUMPHREY, Secretary. Sept. 23, 80: Oct. 7, 1944. BUK! % VI8TA WATER STORAGE DISTRICT Bultonwfllow. California Nr>tlce Is hereby, given that an Installment of Interest on Assessment No. 1 of the Buena Vista Water Stnrige District In I ha anioun. of, 13.71743* 01 tbi balance ot this Interea: accrued thereon and unpaid from July 1. 1929. to October I, 1*44, Is payable within thirty (301 days from Octo- be.- 1. 1944 by all aswisned landowner! ot said District In In* County ot Kern, State ot California, tn the Treasurer nt K*rn t" unty. All or any part of »nld Installment ot Interest v,ht.h remain* unpaid nn th* 80th day of October. 1944 will be delinquent. tngi>Miei wit"- accrued Inter**', thereon, with ten per cent (10%) of such Installment and Interest thertnn added a* penalty. Dated: September 30. 1944. FRANK M. WILK8ON, Treasurer ot Kern County. Sept. 30. Oct. 7, 14. NEW YORK, Out. 7. (/P)— SlurkP— , Clo-e Aii- HpdiK t inn „ :i:> 7 x .A .nnk.'i .Iuiip;ni r, % Allied ("homir:il utul i'w. Allis Chnhnrrs Aniprif nn <":ir. Atnerli-n n (Jar n ml i'on miry A men fan I,i t nniottvc A merit" ;i n Ft nil. nnd Std. Sit n .ArmTH-nn Kollini: Mill Atnei'i'-iiii l-'incller and Kef Anu'ri.nn T"]. nnd IVI Anu'riran Tnl.a.m H ti < _ A i in..n- t Co .... . ... i; 'i A trhiKnn. Topfkn & San in Ko f- i S Atliiiftlr Rpfinini,' '-''"a A vm i inii .''orponi l inn "i Hn UJ\v in i ,o< nmot i\ e C 1 .'! *i Bncmii A irpiane 1 •'> T x Hordrn ." ( } n Hrii.';.'n MM ti'ifai l u i IPK -1" ' j f ";i) i for Mia P.T'k "7 '4 ('n lunipt £• HIM In t", \ f'umirin Drv ""'* ('.iiiiicl 1:1 n I 'ii ( i i"u: -. 4 ( i "4 1'ilHC U. I.) 37% l 'a l prpill.'i r Ti a^iur f.O tVlii m.'SP i 'nr porn linn "". ! i ('l)M.sji pniUr A Oh to It; -\ ChrvH.rr .<:,"•„ Cnl; . IP-Pa linnln o-I'c.'l .'! n i 'olumbi ' t!;i w ;i nd 101 PI Inc. 1 ~* f'niniMPivi.i! Cfi'ihi . 1:" j < 'mniiifi ' ia i I n vp.«t nirnt Trust 4 s ! -j i 'oirirn^n'in i Snlvont s „ 1 *t T N ('dimnun wf-a 1 (Ii I-M i^on (•omimmwr;! 11 !• fi- Si ml horn l'onsol id itoci Rdipmi <"on.so!i<lntert V nitre ('onIn inrr Corpora t ion 'J 7 ' Cro- M Cork K- S.-n I .'if, 1 <"'rn\vn XP| i« j rharh 1 ft' fiirliUP \Vr;Rtit )! DOM Kins A ircr.n ft f. S ' THI Pont 1_>P N'MVonr.... 1 ."> n KnstfM n A irlincf ;i !• Klcrlrjr' Aulo J,iKlH 4~ Klprtric P.-iu-pp A Unlit 4 T Cent-nil Fond« 4:: ' c.onrrn! Mntoia f, l CooiJyenr Tiro & Hiihhnr ! 4!^' *!ip;it Nor thorn Railroad pfd 4'i '! royliound forpnr.'i I ion 1'! " IloiiiP^T.-iki* M in inp 4' 1 , l Hotid llcrplicv t! 17 1 niernntiOM--»l Ni'-kr-l ('an :i" : I nt <•: nn I ior;i 1 P;i prr . 1 !t' S. F. Stock Market Session Called Dull SAX KRAXCISCO, Oi-t. T. (^P'— Aircraft Ac-cPssorii'K cliinhori «J to a now high of 7 :1 | in a dull session of the stock exchange today, and (Had- dintf lUoBoan hit a new top of 15'-j, up Vi. Kaihvay Kqiiip^nont proforrod picked up 2 points of a recent 3-point IOSM, rloHing at 69. Stot-ks— C'lnsc AlrrrHtl Art I\*<MI! i.-s 7-'i Atmlo r'a Ii I'oima Ilatik C-l ! 4 Atlns Diesel l'J' t r'.'ilifornia rmkiiiK „ L J T I A ].'iiriiH\voi th lilnildiilg. Mi I!,.,-ill l.anBPiiilurf prefprreil JlPnasco "ManufiictuniiK ^...1. Noi-lh Amci.'.-nii IMVP.SI nient J'ar-iftc I;.-IH it Klei-trir 1'at-iftc l.lKht R. K. &• Ii. I'D. in-pfpried ntlPom Mil nilfnr! ui-ing „ Ryan Aeronaut iual _ Sfiunrlvieu' I'ult) Tliomus A I. A i. Tra nsamf.rn-,1 „ t'ninn Su(,', r tr A'ictor ICnuumipiiL "Went. r>. Stori'H AV.'si, ]'). KHtres profi'i-red ..„ \\'fcstern Pipe Cotton Futures X1-:W YORK. Oi-t. 7. (/P)—Cot Inn moved !n a narrow innjje today with hedge selling: and liquidation about offset by nell buying and local covering. The distant positions were easy, partly due to tonsldf-rnblc transferring of hedgpfl forward ns mills feared the slow movement nt the crop due to labor shortages Tnay create n. tight aituation In the near months. Futures closed ii to 50 cents a bale lower. October L^.04. December II.RStf 21.8". llarch M.8741'21.8S. .May 21.8H. July Sl.51@21.52. Jllddllns spot i;.4i. Poultry and Eggs I.OS AXOKT.ES. Oct. 7. (U.R>—KBES: Wholesale pricefl, consumer grade: Large, Krndo A 5S I'll 1 "itJc prade B 3.'^.T(ic: me- riium. gradu A 49ty'50c; small, grado A 23'fJ>24e. Retail prices to consumer: Large, grade AA (lOiUOSc. gradn A 624i'<iO>:. grade B 40@4:ie: medium, grnde AA 6G(i?(tlc, grade A SCi&OOc: small, grade A 2C&32e. Candled graded CKBB to retailers (casesl: T.arge. cradr AA r.S',i W59e. Rrade A f.d <6>57p, Krado B 36®:i8c: medium, trade AA atXHifiZa. grade A 48W52c; small, grade A 24ii7>:nc. Butter unrhanged at rentngs. Los Angeles Livestock T,OS AXtilCLKS, Oct. 7. OP)—Uatlle: Paleiible for veeK, 10.1!00; steers, stendy to 2..c lower; she stock, steady to ur.c higher; oilier clHHses. «teady: medium to choice steers, SI. 1 !®-IS.BO; common lo medium. Siniii'12.riO: medium to good cows. JlO.-'jiti'll'.SO; earners and cutters. Sri.r.OW 8; Calves, salable for week. 3100. Sows, r>0 to 75c lower; other classes steady; medium to choice 180-240 Ibn.. $15.75; medium to choice ROWS, $1 3. 2f> @ 14.fit). .Sheep; .Salable for week, 100; ewes steady; common to good shorn ewes, 12. 75 if 4. 50. Government Bonds XEW YORK, Oct. 7. (^P)—'rhe closlnir prices on bonds on the Xew York Stock l^XL-balige: Trcntury 4'is. fiC-47, 11H.1II. 2-'«s, «:)-5>>, 111.17. 2'.as, 70-6i"<. 10ll.fi. 31 Convicted on Polygamy Charges SALT LAKE CITY. Oct. 7. W)— Prosecutors marked up 31 more convictions today in their efforts to stamp out plural marriage practices in the west, increasing to 39 the number of individuals adjudged guilty. Fifty-five convictions have been obtained but several persons have been tried on more than one charge. Twenty men and 11 women were convicted by a district court .fury yesterday of conspiring 1 to preach and practice polygamy. Some of them alreaily had been found guilty of other state or federal charges and were included among nine persons convicted of federal Mann act or kid- naping luw violations and 15 convicted of unlawful cohabitation. Oil Rig, Equipment Destroyed in Blaze An oil rig and equipment east of Woody Road, owned by Dr. .1. C. Smith, 2U2 Chester Lane, was do- stroyed by flames today at 3:1!!) a. m., according to the county fire department. Loss from the fire, which was started by friction from a slipping belt, is estimated at $1400. A three-room dwelling occupied by Miss June Small wood, ,110 M street, caught fire Friday at 'i p. m. from a carelessly dropped cigaret. Loss is estimated at $700. Flames, probably ntnrted by a short circuit in the wiring, damaged a ]0;iC Chrysler sedan, parked in front of the home of the owner, Harold E. Wells, 280!) Terrace Way, today at 2:45 a. 111. Loss is estimated at $300. German Flying Bombs Hit London Again I,OXDOX, Oct. 7. (UP)—Orinan robot bombs crashed through an earthshakliiK flak barrage lust night and exploded In a number of places in southern England, including the London area, causing damage and lnl>>rnalinnnl To!. K. n n,'. ,ii 1 ,il.],«>-. -uwen.H- l-"ui .1 lil., .- I7 T i N.I I a.ll.-l! Ii s N.n -... , ! I ' , N.I I ..r.-il ll Nal ... I I I ,-. ',l .\MI III Am. : an A > a- ,.i. .Nni 'h,-in I'a- 1 .- . llllIM I I ! l':i. -(•• III- * I-: 1 .. .Pa. k.i'.l M I 1 .Ill .-Mil.-I .111 A.M. .i> - I'.'lin- >'f 1'. lai^- !\ an n U t i i ,.,-,.] .. Ph.-l|.s |i .,k-.- ' ' .... '.".. Ph.IIP .MM.-. .- Ph.ll-|i- I'.-i ..r.- IL, Piihi S. v\ ., . ,,; \. vv .1,. I'.illiiKin l::n|..i i'"i al ..... •..!' 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(UP.)— Three great fleets totaling more than Sloti heavy homliors smashed at Germany from Britain and Italy today in the heaviest single day's concerted aerial onslaught of the war against the reich. The t'nited States Klfilith and Fifteenth Air Forces and the Royal Air Force teamed in the record bombardment of the Emmerich and Kleve anchor positions of the Seigfried Lino, six synthetic oil plants, Krupp and other arms factories and industrial targets in central and northeast Germany. The Eighth sent more than 1400 Flying Fortresses and Liberators against Germany, the Fifteenth had SOO in action from Italy, and the R. A. F. dispatched 900. In addition, about 200 heavies of the R. A. F. attacked "Walcheren Island, the westernmost Dutch outpost guarding the, Scheldt estuary approaches to Antwerp. Supreme headquarters estimated that between 6000 and 7000 Allied planes were over Europe today, making it the biggest day in (he air for the Allies since the invasion of the continent. Simultaneously the Eighth announced that pictures showed the heaviest, destruction in yesterday's raids by the United States heavy bombers for at least two months, with big fires started in the Spandan and Tegel suburbs of Berlin. Other large fires were left burning in the Hamburg and Stettin areas. Today's onslaught followed a four- way raid by the R. A. F. last night on Bremen, Berlin, Dortmund and Saarbrucken. gafeersfiplb Californian Sofurdoy, October 7, 1944 ] ] West &We Youth Center IK Model C,int ^tuiei! Fi.im rnef Seven stopped i ••- ; ~ii!ju. )n.it.-•!!!< nnd Imping. Tin",- ••:,••,>!• li.-uk.. tl:,- f.i it h with n-. \iitliiT th" X.ivi-', IV'! 1 Yl' ll\ . ? i r ;1M\ V'l'"? i:l IM t: il.l pvi-r t'ui'hd tin-in. They certainly h.i vi 1 lu'-'it i!/i-.; i ;: ii'-- nt . Intelligence Officer As fur n, v u ,H I;, .liiu. I car in.' sav Inn inin-h almut it. l!i:t I a-.-•'ire \ .n] i |ia i ' i |,i es la i: I^M .-,. 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Plans Are Under Way for Musical Groups In order to bring out student musical talent, Harold Hurt, head of the Hakersfield High School music department, announces that tentative plans are being made to form vocal and instrumental groups among the Makerst'iold .Junior College and High School cnrollees. Already functioning is a junior college-high school vocal quartet. ^liss Barbara Baldwin, soprano In the quartet, was a. member of the group of last semester, as was Warren Wheatland, who retains his position of bass. Miss Mary Glover (ills the alto position left by Miss Grace Lackey, who is no longer able to participate in the organization, and Joel AYicbe sings tenor in the place of George I'riest, who is entering the army on October 11. Ronald C'ark is adviser for the musicians, who are at present practicing "O Lovely Heart" by Hugh S. Roberton, "Carmen," by II. Lane Wilson, C. Lee Williams' "Song of the Peddler," nnd Hugh Roberton's "Xcgro Dirge" and others. Hearing Set for Couple October 9 Theodore nnd Theda Howe were arraiKned yesterday in Judse Stewart Magee's Sixth Township Court on one charge each of robbery and one charge each of grand theft from a person. Bail for each was set at S.'iOOO which was not furnished, and the dale for the preliminary hearing will be October 9 at - p. in. Uepuly District Attorney Walter Maas represented the state and Clarence Fleharty, tho defendants. The pair are accused of participating in a robbery August 33. Others charged with taking part in the robbery are Rose Ttowo and Ru- genio Martinez, arrested some weeks ago and now out on Viail with a hearing pending before the Superior Court. INJURED IN FIGHT Teddy Faulkner, 342 Santa Ana street, Iiamnnt, Is in tho hospital with a possible skull fracture, and George Daniels, also of Ijtimont, in under arrest, according to the county sheriff's office, following a fight at the Smoke House, Oafe In Lamont last night. .Further details are pending tho report of the deputy sheriff in L,aniont. Man Asks Right to Compromise for Son John "W. Coopor filml a IIP! It ion yostcnlny for tho ripht to i-onipro- tnise in :i (lain:iKO suit on behalf of his son, Stanley Cooper. 13, who ;il- loKodly I"- 1 '! his loft band and wrist and received permanent hip injuries in an explosion last December, with the Trico Oil and Oas Company autl McCullough Tool Company. Tho companies have offered to pay a total of $2500, the petition Hinted. The original complaint asked JSO.OOO, charging: that tho companies left hifrb explosive capsules lyliifr around where children could play with them. Man Found Dead in Truck at Belridge Clifford C. Simnis, K2, ^03 Second streel. Tafl. wan found dead ill his pickup truck by the side of ;i street. in Helridcre nt 4:45 yesterday afternoon, the, county sheriff's office states. The body is nt Tnft Funeral Service. The coroner's office, states tli.it there is every reason to believe that death was from natural causes. An autopsy will be held. Camp Shoemaker Sailor Suffers Injuries in Fall Suffering injuries receiver! in n fall, a sailor, Joseph Morrison, "9, ('amp Shoemaker, was taken to Kern (ieneral Hospital and sent from there to Miriler Field Hospital today at 12:10 a. in. Ho was picked up on Seventeenth between Chester avenue, and K street by Ambulance Service Company. City police an; in- vestigatincr the accident. FOrM) DEAD An elderly man identified as Phillip Jtojas, 12(1 J loin-hill ]Jri\e, was found dead at lS2,"i BrundaKo Lane at 10:30 this morning, according to reports from the county sheriff s office, lie is believed to have been dead two days. An inquest is pending. : ii'-ir 11.-. • , :; v I il.-iiir'i-.-! In-].I op SMI III'.:.'. \,, >-'l,l,.l '.''.L: in til,- ,l.in, .- ! -.,,!,!. , Til.-' ,-"..-,1 j. ;;> •;,,'> ; M.I h- 1 . v -.. |i| ,,. I vi.i.--; th.it iii.-inl.. ! --h:i> r-lrill In- l:.'ii; it .-.1 1.' 11.1'. -• ri n.i ^ i: N in l h" li i:;ii I srli.ii.l .'iiul '';iHi.'r I-.M'-•:;,-.. or tho--.' I otnpli .y.'i I \\h-i IcM 1 . 1 i;. ; p i ~>-",| liinr t U'i-11! i.-t h 1 >i; t !i.!,-i .,• :i n til'.'or--;t rii'^. I Tho iniii.il ni'-inl.'-i-hip ihirm- is f>" '• Th. 1 . lull nii-'-t -j n'm;';! i !\- . .n t In- t'ir u l i Tlitir^.l.i v .>: c.i.'h mouth. ' p|':'i.-r.|--( i -ir.' "l.-ri.-.l f o r.-i:-: i' in,. :i n r>\".-ti- I'l-Min th" pr.-\ i. .::< \ ,-.)!-'-; ..; n, •.•'.•:-•. Thr- .'\IM-I n i x-.' h(.,ir.l i : i.'"t< or ; ... ni'inth; 1 ' to ti-.itr-.-ii'l impoi l.int hi-im-ss ir.nt- t>'rs ,'i Mil I in.-, MI .•" :in.l t.i •]i:-.-'i~~- pi i|i = . j \'iolitiuns i.!' ,'hili nil.-s :ii'.. In-.iril in j pi i\-;i Ic liy 1 h<< nioiuliiM -» of ::. jii'ii- i ri.-l 1 In..l' .1. i! --iK-h lli'r.l ll!-i~.--!. ; Tho original \-.i.ilh oxi'. ill i\ i- i'<>m. 1 IlllMi-o \\.is . omp.is.-.l n|: I'l'.-"^.!"!:!, 1 lloli I'olhnrti, vi.'r'-jiri'siiionl, l-'.ill Mi'- j Kinloy; M-. n-l.i ry. S:ua l)",in; troiis- tii'i-r, Mary I >..nal.!^on; th" ,sr-i-on,l j ooimuit I re ini'iiiiiril: l'i'i-Ki,i(<nl, K"ti- l lii'lh Self; \ ir..-pi-1'siil.-iit. I-'IMTI Self; sr-rri i ta ry, Marihu IS.-..MU'; ti'oasiirpr, I .Mary .1 ),itiai,isoii. and inonibei'ship, ChiirlOH \\'i'!hv; tho third Ki'oiip is cinnposoil of: I'rr.-'iriont. Unli Lalirut; \ iro-jirosiilciit, iJalo 1 lm;ht.'s: MHTO- l.'iry, \'irKini:i Tnriifr; troostiror, fiViu-KQ JJt;hthall; puhlir'ity, Marilyn Ki'iu 1 : vonii-lrar, (loot'Ko Millor; iiH'iiihoi'ship. .Milton .Minkuvich; fountain, J-Jr'lty Tumor ami Rotty Dallas; ik-( orat inn«, .loyoo Newlniry; and iMilortaiuuiriit, I'.ub J logic and jack l'.ro\\'n. .Moinhorw of Iho AVo.-'L Side Oil- I'ii'ids c 'oinruiinii \- Koeroafioa Coui- misfion are .'\H follows: Voting IIIOIH- lir-rs. |ii'i'.sidoiil, A. AV. Xoon; vico- ru'osidi'Ml. .1. O. Cart IT; f'c rotary, Kohoit. X. Dotialilsoii: tivnsnror, .Inliii L'orryniaii; ,1. .1. Lohnian; M. J. Si-ott, Mohiu Slntchniaii, l''ratik Willis and David (irihhpn. Advisory nu-rnhors a ro K. M. Johnston. .7. A. .loyc'o, \\". K. I'otorson, llouarrl Mo- Kililion, C'. 1C. I/imllilotii. Miss IV^'^y Apnliim; and Vorn .Mcl.i-nd. Mussolini Tortured by Fear of Death ZfHIClT, Oct. T. (UR)—Swiss prrss reports from the Jtnlinn frontier nakl today that Jlonito .Mussolini is hciiiK held under cln.«o Kunrtl by tlin Germans ami i.s suffering' from tits' of psychic depression during which he is tormented by tin; fear of imminent death. One report quoted a source close lo tho fx-duce as paying that }Senito's failing health ha.s made it nccos.sarv for him to n.sr> "stimti- l.'inls" whenever lie ha.s to appear in pul.lio. Another said he recenlly called in a priest, to hear his confession, be- liovhiK I hat he will soon he killed by the (lermans i.r by anti-Fascist Italians. ENGINEER SAYS KISS DANGEROUS TELLS SAFETY REASONS FOR WEARING SLACKS •!l'-.u;n. o, t. 7. (I'.I'i- '.vv-.r-n a .- .--:ir..-rvi.-. r t .-;••.-• L.) l--is." a l f 'i S'-'.'.tf'r (:"i. -i-: ofK'r.') t' -I 1 >':ir- " - j-';i!i^' hi.u: . h" ).-• t.iUin_' .--M •;! • ii.-i m <•>. Sh- m.iy ri:n t ;.« A ', n I-'.-x, ii'-.i'I of th<« •- if- '••• i.n.a'.:nri '.f the air i'tiiii'Mii'l. di-scri'ieil tho in- tl>- .-iini.i-'iijs suppi'visor in ^~ .-)i..-ii]r. r.i-. r.-iiiunns t.ikon i:ii-'l ".iir ; pn in .'t i re r'i ''t , at i -i! .-' < i'.-'f v f'unarf'fs tlur'y- -t .i.'lr.;- t >• M-k Opr r.'l Mr, it". •••'.- .'i matt''; 1 r.-:.' i ;'<"•-;' larrlincr the n, .in. .Mi . i-v.v -.•:>!. '1'h" s.i :••!',- f-i;.-;.ir<- : -'s answr to ii ..... i irnl.ml <v:- -.ti.iti nil tho injury !•>'!>..>! L ;is t'i 'Aiuit ;i. inn was taken' M'", "lit i .:-.'i;r; .-ii"'" -.vas: "Int'-'l !-ur>f-!".'i -•";- to di=rnntin'io "').=! ji'hMt'.i'fs to '.Y'ii.,rn cm<>.' K-|'"'- ; iiIy Wiinr-n who <!p>-i:i!e trucks. M'^ thine-.* liko that v, hi.-h turn a safety "nsinpor's hair ; \vliitn, sln> F-Mtfl. ; AtiothiT nt'Kiirnr-nt in favor of ' s'ai -I-:-' In the pl.jnr, Ijc.sifk'S thn fact ,11-,'it !],•••>• can't fift rancht in ma- i'lii:-,.-s as ra.°i]y as skirts, is that r:i-i!ln-r ran slack? \<]n\v ovff a crirl's lii'a'i in rase of. a t-iiilrlcn wind, Mrs. l-'i.\- s.ii.l. : fir.f plant nrriilnnt ccfurrf-rl whrn •i ii!i"- i -<'n l u v "r. fhiviiisr a. sfnotrr over i warf'hmiso ilnrk. tiinu'd loopo of ! i!v v wlv>pl to ratrh hpr skirt whpn it 1 su'lii- i:l;,' Mc\v i:;> ov. r her h^atl. "Slio raiiEht. t ho ski/t." sairl Mr.^. Frix. "lint iinfortiinatc-lj", nobo'iy ra '.; u h t t ho sr< itoi'.' 1 j Tho liiKKPst pivihlom is cotting I wniiuMi m tali" off their .ioivplry, ianfl a wild in c 1 rin.s: is rnnsidered an ! industrial ha/.ard. sho :<aid. Psychiatrist Warns Against Quick Solutions in Injuries \Tarning against looking for quick .solutions to difficult problems anil encouragement toward the belief in many undeveloped and undiscovered human resources of the individual to protect against a too gloomy postwar outlook of an essentially peaceful civilian nation, were leading thoughts presented last night by Pr. Kichard Lowenberg, psychiatrist of the Kern county health department., at a meeting of the Kern Counly Mental Hygiene Society at Kern General Hospital. Ills subject was 'The Mind of the Injured Man." The speaker drew attention to the fact that (he basic problems of bodily and mental injury are essentially the same in peace anil war. He said the extensive investigations and experiences cif the ever Increasing number of civilian industrial nnd traffic accidents during the l:\.st decades must be utilized and enlarged for nil rehabilitation work. He said in part: "A deeper understanding of the mental experiences nnd difficulties of the Injured nuin is a prerequisite for a successful application of the many modern techniques of restoring: nnd preserving physical and mental health. "Psychiatry can make its fruitful contribution only when it is supported by the public. Modern psychiatry Is more concerned with the problem of the normal mind in abnormal times than with abnormal minds in normal times. It has to resist against the pressure from all sides to conform to prevailing: popular currents of thoughts and prej- udices. It cannot simplify complicated Issues by subscribing either In obvious single causes and snap judi;ini'nt.s nor by giving in In un- Justified demands as< a. complaint tool. Dependent on Personality "In general the after effects of any physical or mental injury is more dependent upon the type of personality than on the part of the body which was injured. "Tin. 1 only exceptions nr* brain damages, which require special in- \esllgalions and treatments, although even there psychological re- aetinns ate of great inipurtun'-e. Sor inlnjvical Factors Decisive "in tlie majority of cases, liowi'Ver. tin; sociological factors of compensation and pension are decisive. They play on the fears of tho injured. He feels threatened by '.he aijpe.irance of his body, his economical security and especially his sense for social justice Is shaken by long-winded obsciin: legal procedures, which sometimes deliberately exploit a situation, burden-'d with strains which work against his recovery. The psychiatrist also spoke, about tho war. wounded without wounds, the unsung heroes, so often the war prisoners who have endured mental shocks, rejected draftees, discharged soldiers, war wives and war orphans, all of whom are liable to similar reactions. New technlqques of personality evaluation were shown in pictures stressing the. need for cautious investigation and warning against tho ways demanding rush >ulgments. McNutt Cleared in Third Township Trial Tliram Mi-Xiitt was c-lc.-ireil yesterday afternoon in .luilgn Frank Noriega's Third Township Court of charges of unlawfully substituting petroleum products. In charges preferred by Otto Shilling, county sealer of weights and measures, the stale asserted that Mr. Me.Niitt represented a certain motor oil to be a brand of eastern oil, while allegedly it was a mixture of eastern and western oils. Defense attorney was Frederick K. Hoar, while Deputy District Attorney Koland AVoodruff. presented llie case for lho people. Firecrackers Explode at Communist Show T..O.STOX, Oct. 7. (L T .PJ—The Com- nninist-Mponsorc'd musical show "HandwaKon" moved on to Bridgeport, Conn., today for the second performance of its C5-city tour, while policn sousht to determine who provided the tiro-crackers which nearly broke up its premiere here last nisht. The .slnnv opened to a capacity crowd fit" 27iiO despite picketing by Irate members of the Massachusetts XVomen's Political Club, but many of tho spectators were sent scurrying for the exits midway through the performance by a series of resounding explosions. They returned to their seals upon discovering the cause, was not bombs but firo crackers huilod by a group of boys. The Communist Political Association sponsored both a speech by American Communist Leader Earl Brcwdcr and the show, which featured caricatures o£ Kepublican presidential nominee Thomas E. Dewy, Herbert Hoover, a.nd Columnist "Westbrook Pegler In skits which the women pickets charged were "insulting and indecent." Fete Kansas Guest at Charming Tea Mrs. Chester T. Allen and her daughter, Mrs. Eugene VanCllef Gear, of 411 Oleander avenue, entertained recently pt a tea for Mrs. Allen's mother, Mrs, Roy C. Williamson, a guei't from Edwardsville, Kan. Those, assisting the hostesses were Mesdaihpg Ed Rose. Harry Gardner, Phillip Pifer. Roy W. Louden, Paul Walker, William O. Trout, Jr., and Genrgo Ilolllngsworth. In addition to the honoree and those assisting were Mesdames T. A. llraty, o. W. Hindman, C. E. Wake- lie-id, Jr., Constantine Marsili, Ben llousham, F. D. Uakow, Dora Kenworthy, T. J. Clanin, John Hags- nun, Darrell Mattoon, Glenn Lindsay, y. A. .McCormac, Sam Pressnell, Oscar Torncrlin, Hugh Smith, Nona 11. Miller, Joseph Siomon, Prico "Edwards, F. P. Grihbin, Robert Ayars. A. K. Peterson, Joseph Shay, Mason Hill, A. James West, William Cartright, A. It. Karpe, Paul Gilbert. .M. P. l''lickiiiscr, and Miss Beverly McGregor. \voi"M)i-,n Private Jack K. Vines, son of Mrs. I.en.i Vines, Delano, has been wouiiil in action in a report from the war department through Associated Press. Private, Vines was sta- tinned in the European area. OBITUARY NOTICES :i. in at n..iii,-htv-C'alhniiTi-O'M.^i ra !!..]••!. :!u; j:t".-T.ini N. \. Cti'.-islt'M^L-n r-:il. ii~'. ilja^o^.lc s«.-i-\ ict-a \vi!l be i-l i '- ' -1 -T '* ;U .'• i'> p. in at t:ol'-isa .-i]-,'''tjr-. OliiJ.i. ;-'i;-'.-:s-;:i< Mrs. L'n- t'.Mtl'I'-.NTrlC, SAKAII K. - 1'iin, i al f-rv- ir.-s 1..:- Sai;ih 1.' '';t' i ,'in - r. '. !. v,!.o ll :.'.| I i,-I .-I .-:• •! :i I i 1 •.' -. ! h-. F->.t--ii, ^\ i. l o Ii,M i .. tnlicr 7 .-,'. 1" a. in. ai St l-'nin- . < i 'I,HI.-i.. II,,- I;, \ , r..|..| I.. -. .1. Hi-.,'-'in "I:!' :,tll'K J':, ,!!..'..-. . i •• -,\ • i i; i'. :~'. ];.,:!,„,>.- I-.;, ; v r-i sri.'ln . .1 son, A. lOvr-rott Ci.nr. Ill-,, s ii. u ,:!..,! ii Ip^iiil. I'. Ii. i i ,,.,.;h;|. s, ,;,,„.,.;.; -i sister. .Mrs. i;iiiM'«i,l,. .-. I" - .-.- « :! 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