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FOR SAT,I3-Ono half Apnlonsa half Um r . ousrhbrcM mn rr Kentlc. well roined: one { v,('ll-l)if-<1 M;IMnil b.-iy Kel'JinK. very nhn\\y | hut Kfii.lr- niic lipuvy hay nave. suilnMe \ for -small child nr bahy. Bar O Stabler, j (in mn | u Ken Onimtv I'r.rk 72 i NEW YORK STOCK CLOSE FOR SAI.K—Vouns ablp. I'huno S-SSll'i cn\v. Ill-others, Bl'Y. SELL MO, k. I'llc mile noi i h '.LSI <lt 11.11 r tni.lp. n. Kasy i -mile n. :nltll'> trrm*>. renaon- 70 irso* and j I'urnpkin or Ir.-nl". nil kind? -if live- ] no l.'-:ni^J. Hoy .lolin«on. 1 i .f I'lnopkui f'cntci, 1MM1 yards ! kins Uo-.i.l. ' 94 n SALIC — Buckskin hnrsr ninphne new t venis nlil. hetween 3 __ _ _. '.i~l. __ "n FOK SAM;— T<vn ilown Ul:ick Mlnnri'n Jtulleln .'i:.-i 1 i]ii'.:t'li V\'hile Lruhorn hens. I'honp 'J-R'.W L ', "0 NKW YiiRK. Oil. 20. OP) — Air HlHlui linn .... ...................... Aliisku Jiuit-au . .. ............. Allied l.'lu-iiiii ,ii ii lid !'>•• .............. Alli.S Olllllll'-lS ..................... 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InokniK. solik'll-roloi eil. lilliksl.:., cddipR Pliiili- :-L'lifl:i. 71 HI.I« Warner UIIKKS .Manilfai •IllrillK Ualmunia I'm k I'alum.'l & Hi", la I'^ir.ula ttvy I'anailiali I'artlH 1 ram- i I l.i l 'at*-! pillar Trarl-ti l rlaiK'M- (.'urptii al inn Clic:-iipHaki: 4; i Him ..... i'l .N :i Holla 1 I J ;S( ur .N'al mnal t.'a^h llrm«l"t Nalional llany PnluiulM Nalxiiuil Hixtilll'is .Naliona I Lead .National I'uufr & l.mhl New Yoik . vnlial Aorlli Amcri' an A\iation Norili AiiH'iKan Co .Noi tin-in Pai-iln.- ...... llhiii Mil Patili^ ijas (i '-"ii'vUtv Pa« ka i I .ill. tors Pan-Anif?iRan Airwaya Pa i amount PR lui t 1 .-* IV-nliry-j* . IVu nsy Iva ma Railroad P. psi-Cola PVli-IPK IXlllK.' Philip Mi'i i is Phillips I'et rolruni Pul'lii- Sen ue ol .\. J Pullman Radi RaUi p. of A merK lh-i irliht-uin In. i; muu'S i ial Invvslmi nt mmrri-ia I 'M'lvenl;: ninmn wi-a ll I) I-ali^uu iniiii'iiu'fa 1th \- S'nillH \V 1- -\\ 1 JJ.\rllA\iili '( Tnr us M kn>' _\lnii.l. plum. T'FJYKIIS fi F<iH SALi l.y lln- tup desk started \\'hito Austin I nlil. Ph'inc 3-1,'i-Hi <n l'nliiam''i (."urpur.i i "IIMI mi-ntal l ill 1 rnm-n Cui-k & S'l i 'rij\s 11 X.i'lli-i l.a( h l 'uvt is^-\VviKhl liiiiliilas Alrrrafl I >u 1'onl (|e .\e Kanli'in Aubii".- 1'Ias! man Kodak Kli'i-tni- Auto LiKl Kli-i-lrir Ilijal J-;]fltll( Po\\TI i; I VPRl' an<l MI Will drii-li dyear Tin- * Hlililipi .'il North' in Railroad vlmund i '01 •pural ion iiPKiakc Minim: id Ilirshcy I! i na non:i I 1 1 a i \ '-M ''r -i na l inna 1 Xn k» ! ( 'an Ttial i-.tjii I I'a ]>'•[• u-Ki JCaV'ilui K.'l.lllill. Slccl It.-Ml.iTils Tiiliai.il H III. Illltflll tM S.'ill's. liocbllck Sh.'ll I'innn i »il Sucoliy Vacuum Southern l';n i I'l-- Souttici n Ka ihviiv Spcrry l.'oi poi auun S. an.lard Branils Standard lias \ Klc. Iric »l 1 Simula!.! i hi ..I' I'aUfomui . Standard oil of Indiii na Sianilar.l nil u! New JCIM-:. Siudchak. r . Tcsa* ('.iiilp.'il)> Tnli! Wali'l A SHIM lated Oil .. •|'i ansanv-n. a Ti .•iiisatniM'H a & WrMcin Air fnicin Oil of i.'iillliirnia I "moil Ini ll K t'liit.'.! All Lines I 'oiled A ircra f I I'nitPil Coi poiatmn I 'n it.'..l lias Imp. 1'niH'il sunns Hubiii'i fulled Stale* Si.'d Warner ninili'TS I'li'luu'!' VYeslorn I'm.,11 Tolocialili ... Wimliviii'lll YiiiiimsuisMi Sin-. I A- Tube AI.IJKS' l?I(i Gt'NS RAZK AACHKN —Anelirn—better known to most persons In prewar days as Aix-la- Chniipllr—faces complete ruin following German defiance of American surrender ultimatum. Famous as hoadquarlors of Charlemagne, the historic city contains a IH-yonr-old cathedral nnd a fourteenth century town hall. Hundreds of American guns have already begun the systematic destruction of the city. t'liuiu Dogs and Other ~f FOll .SA LI-;—Spncial tin. 1 ? \veclv. canaries. fi'lnalcs fl. Hili'jors ST. rinldfish anil ninths. I'hnne 2-4'oK7. ]''nwlcr'8 I J et Shnp. _ll:'4 Tlunl. ">'i Tti (liVK t.i BIIOI! home, fcmal" I'Vix Ter- ripr, nl)iiui ii ninnths olil (.'all bel'ore fi i> m 12C t'nlnn .-IVPIIUP. _71) TWIN rnnln Corker and Tprrior dr>e=. C ntontli.'; old. will sell by pair only. $25. Phone L'-U7:IO. 71 Volume Light on N. Y. Mart half Cocker. bln<k anil FRKK — Half Pp Awhile. ll'l!l_'r stia"'l. I-'Oll SA I.K--- Uollci r-an.'irv slnfii'iF anil u,'. Also lu'cciliiil; slock CM :i p. ni. :.;iil .'ill .lay Sun,lay. <is sti'ol Phonf l'-"ll;ii. Tld irtrir'UHlllKD male Cniii,.. \ months j t'l.l. ffi: 1 M;.U\ Call allt'r 7 IL in. lll'i For Exchange— MiscetlaneoiHt nOU.IOMJS AVKRAGKS The pri-liminary closing I low- Jones averages: Industrial 14S.LM, off o.,",4: rail -11.0.1, off (i.lid: utility l.'5.n:!, oft' O.UC; and Uu stocks -4;!.-17, off (1.15. Sales were 744.015 shares against lilJ.IUti yesterday, t.'tirb volume was L'll.'l.NJU shares against L'3i,4jo yostoi-day. rnar-hine i-nery \Vanl \yashiriR h('ei apartment house ;i 1 '_' Belle avenue. 1-4:1 IS. 70 XKW YORK. Oct. 20. (UR)—The main stock list fluctuated in a narrow range this morning with volume light. Small declines were noted in such s.-icks as 1'. S Steel. Chrysler. General Motors, American Telephone. Jotiglas Aircraft. JJu Pont' Southern 'acific and Consolidated Edison. National Distillers and North American Aviation ran neck and neck for volume leadership. Graham- Paige also had fair-sized turnover mil registered a small decline. Hush Terminal Buildings preferred •it 58, up 4 1 ;. American Chicle KHI-^, up l'-j, Bush Terminal Company <i per cent preferred 7(1, up 4; Southern Railway. Mobile & Ohio 7(ii-j, up ;, and United Merchants and Manufacturers 41 u. up 1' 8 , made gains of more than a point. Light Trading on S. F. Stock Mart SAX FIlAXi.'ISCO, Oct. 20. (.rP)— Piom-er Mills, an inactive issue, sold off 1 point at I- 1 " in light trading on the stock exchange today. The market was soft. J.)i Ciiurgio common. Eldorado Oil and Southern California ('.us series A pfd.. all were off a half. .Sound- view JHilp common and 1'acific Lighting common eased •';«. frown common picked up "i . Other j gains were in lowest fractions. There \vas no trading in S locks — Airelll'.'l A Mitr "I Serve" Is Theme of J. C. Talk by Reverend Morgan Marine Pilot Dies in Mojave Crash Transamerica. fin Bank Hish I'ala ml f i'a I i for". nil Snpar ". Pack ronsnlitlft led Yilltcc A nici i.' .1 ' 'i pa nirrips i 'i ru\ n Xi'Mci bach .. . llillmiKic I'M nii.'.rdil Oil l''aiis\\'"i'l I 1 llnwar.in T 1 ' „, 1 '< -4 Five Issues Up on L. A. Stock Market I>OS ANCiBLKS, Oct. 20. Knrly prices worn irregular today on iho stock market, with five issues up. I tlireo (Inwii and .seven unchanged, on j an early turnover of 5HIO shares. j Consolidated Steel common. l,ane- Wells and L'nion Oil of California registered gains. Stocks— Beikc, * Cay I'oilHoli Inn-.I Sti'Pl <'<im <•on.sulid.iu ci Sicel pfil Kxpti-r ml A .Mcna s^'i Maniiractiuing ... Hyan Aprunauticul )' I. 1'ai ill'' r..K)ll Phil l.oae Disl It I'.. J: H. Co nCil IMieeni .' la nnlaetui ini,' lii. liliehl (,'ii K>'an Ae.-or.ant ica 1 Sonnilvipw pulp . . .- Soiilhein c.ilil'uinui (las pfil. SprlnB Vi, i]ev .. Slanil.if'l Oil "f California Tide V,'al-r Oil Vieto:- l-.niiipnieiu Waialna AKKi'Cftates \Vtst ini.'ns Tsing the w.ileliword "I Serve" as the. theme- of his talk to a group of Social Science students of Bakersfield Junior College this morning, i'anon Kr-vercnd ICdward Morgan, former pastor of ihe SI. Paul's Kpis- copal Church, stated. "It is not what we get out of life but what we put into it. that makes the difference. To look back on a life of usefulness is its own compensation." In order to illustrate his point, the Reverend Father Morgan related the story of the time in 10:!ti, he attended an Aldersholt Tattoo, a preview of the might of England, which is held each year in Scotland. A guest of a lieutenant of the Scottish Guard, he was enthralled by the impressive pageant before him. Ten military mass bands wore playing stirring airs and 5n()0 soldiers, clad in brilliant red uniforms, were marching onto the huge, open air auditorium from all sides. The panorama had worked up to climax when suddenly the brilliant Jtefeerrftelb CaHfornfan , October 20, 1944 COTTON REVIEW SET mm WEEKLY RELEASE WILL DESCRIBE CONDITIONS A ''\\VfUlv Cuttnll .M:il'hr'l Tl il.'srrihiriT iruinnnl :ind !'ir;il tinna ;ifi "''t i:i=r tho «;ii|>iilv. il movement nnd ffii'M ii pi-iff 1 lililils w,M'i^ l.laik.-d nut. Then -\ fiKl'trr Pil"t takinn; ndvanrod thnniuh iho .liU'Uncss two wnvils :ip- ! tvainin-; at Mo.Uivo Mai'ino Corps Air pcai'itl. "I SITVC." It was a nu>s- j station was Instantly killed at 10;:!ij .«aj,'i> to ihu dfinocracies ot the a m ypsterduv whfii his piano world. crashed, exploded and burned 11 To the student!!, "Roveri'iul Father miles northeast of Mojavo, areordinR Morgan .lire, ted ;i likf 1 message. He | n (innotmeement today by the pub- said, "You youiitf men and yonnKj]j c relations offiee at (lie fiold. women arc on the threshhold of a | I(p \\-as Seeond Lieutenant Uohevt l new HIV. The best yon do here nnd , p. Harness, L 1 :'. of Kansas City. Mo. | the best yon do in life will fiivo you The body will be taken to the home j a great blessing." of bis parents, Mf. ami Mrs. Robert ! The ancient Athenian oath. "I | B. Harness of Kansas f'ity. j will not. desert my fellows in ranks j The crash took place while the j ... I will leave my country not less j Torsair fishier pilot was taking part | but greater than I found her." can i in routine maneuvers, according to j lie summed up with the two words the public relations officer. Official "I Serve," according to the Ilev- j report of the crash states that the j erriid K:ither Morgan. In conclusion, this thought was left, with the audience: "llany of those ,"00n splendid British soldiers in tlii- Aldershott Tattoo have proved they could live tip to that watchword 'I Serve.' They arc now heroes. May the road they trod lead to world freedom." Legion, Auxiliary Slated Potluck Dinner October 26 -•> i Clone , ' fe By MRP. ANNE CABOT SonK-s ynn t;in'l' Inly—thn haildsomp. vivliliy plaiilcil "Ai'«yli.-s"' beloved by the 1 rnlk-KO and lush ai-lmnl Blrls. Ooiirl quality ones cos 1 . ;i smiill fnriuiie—nnd there ni" rniKlny few of tlirm at :uiy prii:e! Ho Itnil your o\vn of make them for "girl Chtlin" P1TKCM1S. To obtain complete knitting inctruclions fir the Aruyle socks IPatlern No. S773) small, medium and larew sizes Included, semi 15 ccnlH m coin, plus 1 cent poslape. your mime, address anil the pattern num- tier to Anne Cahot. The Hakirsfield Call- I'oinian, 70'J Mission slree'. San Fran- Clsin 'J. The handsome new Issue of the famous Anno Cabot album—Pnll and Winter Issue is now ready. Thirty-two niiBes of smart swtaters. hate, cloves, soclis. Christmas K ,lls—crochet and knitting items for Ihe li'inie. lor children. for babies, Toys painre*. It's a storehouse of ideas for Ihe nee clleri aft enthusiast! fi-nd for your copy. I'n'- • 15 cents. FOR CONVENIENCE THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORHIAN agents listed below will receive classified advertising and subscriptions at the regular rates. AltVIN Ka; IviMiwlfS. Arvtn I'harmacs BUTTON WILLOW B. V. t.nniiininn. Carrier DELANO I'niteil Ciiiin .Storr nr K. K. Ktims, Uclnixi Currier (JK.M'UVINE SHears Service Slation KEKNVILLE D1KTKICT Anils M. Walker FELLOWS Wascmn'r'1 News llrnlcr LEREC l-ebee Of fee ghnp LOST HILLS ,1. 1,. fttflh Klnre MAKICOPA Gate Clt> rharmaty McFAKLANU frank C'-urtei MrKITTKICK-HELKinGE Kurl lllllar.i Servlo< Statlou 01LDALE Ollilnle I'ltHrmiicy SHAFTEK Shatter Drill: Cmnpanj TAFT Mnrlpona New anil Clsar Co. TEIIACHAI'I Vuiifhan'- l>ru« Store TUPMAN Klk HlllH MvTrnnillr Co. K. V. l.iiiinlnmn Carrier WASCO Strlntlmm llruc Store Classified Columns Close 10 A. M. •fbe CwUfornlan wHI not he rjipon- ulliln fn errors In VI»n»M\nl Ailver- tl.inc takrn ovei tnlcDhonp iinlesn oorrectton IK mail- »inm«Hat»lr after flrnt Innertlon. Refunds on paM ndvrrtiHlmeiiU muit Ii* eallnl for within »i rtars. Telepkine 1-7111 for City Service , , L'nion Oil ol California ...................... 1» Los Angeles Livestock T.OS AM'iKUKS. Oi-l. 2». <UP>— Catlle. salalilp ISiiO. .slow, about sieiuly. Few nii-diiiin sleors. $12Tll:!; medium to eooil feeder .-Hers nnd heifers, $:H/li:: common to medium gruff heifers. $1'ISJ'12; medium to Rood rows. >10U'; culler!" to common. J7 Tft'Vi !' 7. r i • lanners nnd cutters. STt.'lalif T,r,(i: medium to Kimtl liullK. til. 5(1 ^ 10.75 : sloi 1< I-UWK. $-l.7."ifl 7. Calves, pnlalile -I'l'l. Few miles, steady. Me -limn in • turn e, Jill:;. linns, saliilde 41111. Adivc. flea.lv. Medium l" choii-o. 1SO-SIO Hi. SI". 7,'.: benvler \veiuhts, Jl.'i; Kood 10 choifH sou-s, $H.o() I! I "i. t^heep. snlalile 7'i1. About steady, flood wonted liimbs. S I :', "i" : two loads medium to p. mil laml.s. tt:i: sorled CD per i-cnt lit Jl'-: No. L' pelt yearliliKS. $12; Rood No. 2 pell eweH, J-1.7r». Government Bonds NK\V \OKK. Oct. JO. (A 5 )— The closing pvn-pa nn bonds on Ihe New \"ork Btotk l^xcliunm. 1 : Treasury S.M. ri.i-.-ii. no.u. i".js. G'J-(i4. December, 100.4. Los Angeles Cash Grain T.CIS A.\GI-;LE.«. uci. 20. <^P)— (prices Hunted are t-w-t.. I'ield run. in carlols only). California hurley. eradinK 46 Ibs.. biilk $2.;'"i f fi' 'J.4M-. Califurnia yellow milo. No. hull< *:!. l"i ^1-2.^0; California wheat. hulk. No. 1 hard or soft white S2.70W2.75; Nn. 2 tiiitK. :ifi Ib.s. hulk J2.54V4<S- 1 2.B7 1 .i. Cotton Futures N'KW YORK. Ocl. L'O. <^P)—Cotton futures movid in a narrow ranee loduy UK many Irnderk held 'o lllp Bidelinen liending tnrther developments on thu siihsidy luotiiim. I'eraiHteiu liedKe sell- IIIK lent nn easy tone. BuyinK came principally throuBh mills. Merchant* continued to buy KUhHlantial volume of mini cotlon nl primary markets bin mills »ho\vcrl liille Interest. l.nte afternoon price." were 10 to t5 cents a hale knver. December 21.81, Mareli L'l.;7. May 21.77. Kulures closed 6 to 30 cents a lialB lower Ueiemher. 21-78«l 21.711 : Jliin-h. "1.7."i- May. 21.7.1; July. 21.45; October llllir.i, 2(1.79 bid. Middlinc spot. L'L'.SH nomin:il. Los Angeles Produce T.OS ANCKI.KS. n i(. 20. (yPl—TrndinB in fruits and vegetables was moderate In- ihi>-. I'eai-heia, melons and corn firm; grapes slightly stronger nn Oliveltes. I'eaehes: Henuinont-Vucaipa Krummels, (Ins and larger it. 7c Ib. : San Joaquin valley Millers, late CDs nnd lamer Re lh.; I'lah. bushel hasliets Klbertas SVi-inch minimum, wide ranee conditions SIK'M. Melont;: l,ocnl and I-lul<? UncU llalep. H(is and larger tH«'.1.2Ti: Sun Joiiquln valley jumbos. .Ids and larger $3.90: Honey- cwa. Pan Joaquin valley jumbos. 6s-8s urt standard Hs-12s $2.4B; Crenshnws. an Jo ill); P .lin vulley 4 S <fi 5c Ib.; Casalias, San Joa- nin valley jumbos. Cs-Ss $2. LTi Ii 2. .15. Corn: Kern counly Uolden Cross, lugs 1.2.K& 1.«0; local fielrt corn, lime OOSSic. Grapes: Ollvelleg infJl4c Ih. Poultry and Eggs T.OS ANGELRS. ("ct. 20. <1!.R)~ESKS; holesale prices consumer grad": LarKe. rude A . r ifiiffri7c, Br.'irie B H4<o>37c: me- iim, grade A G0^51c; small, gvade A 5W27C. Uetail prices to conHumer: T.arse. rade AA li74Mi9c. grade A 65WC6c; grade *45^ medium, urade AA r>9b.'(!Qc. rnde A 54©(iOc; umall. grade A 32iS37c. Candled graded CBKS to retailers (cases): nrge. grade AA r,9<360c. grade A 57® He. grade B ,18@40c; medium, grade A l«s:ic; small, grade AflSla^c. Butter unchnniieil at OPA ceilings. Ai the rofjiiliir weekly moethif? I'rank S. Jleyiiolds Post, Aniprioan LrKion, hold hi.st night in Legion hall, mi'inbei's fonsidfreil matters afferling rehabilitation of iliscluirRpd veipruiiH niui c'oinpletcil plans for .iniiiing with the auxiliary in a potluck dinner to he served October Uii, commpnciiiK at. fr.l'.O p. m., under the auspices of ladies o£ the post auxiliary unit, ai-cording to I'ost Commander Frederick K. Hoar. Harold D. L,eddy, chairmar* of the post rehabilitation eo-.ninitlee, stressed that under various federal (ruining programs concerned with rehabilitation of veterans, Bakersfield and Kern county boys are now forced to select collcgt- facilities in the L/os Ang'elcs area to tho exclusion of similar facilities in the San Francisco bay rear. It was Mr. of I Lipddy's opinion, in which members of the post concurred, that any such regulations should be changed to permit ex-service personnel to make a voluntary choice of the university in ' which they desired to complete their higher education. Jesse D. Stockton nnd A. W. Kabes of the post history book committee reported sales of the post's twenty-fifth anniversary publication, "Those Who Serve," have already passed the 1000 mark, leav ing but 2000 copies marked for public sale. Adjutant N. A. "Slats" Curran stated renewal of membership for 194!J stood at 207, more than one- third o£ the assigned quota and a figure considerably in excess of re- enrolhnent at this time last year. Refreshments were served following the meeting'. pilot peeled off for a dive nt 10.000 feet, partially leveled off at 200(1 feet, when the plane slipped up and over onto the right wing and went Into a second dive. It crashed, exploded and burned, completely destroying tho plane, the report says. The public rein lions office at the field announces that a board of Inquiry has been appointed to discover if the crash was due to mechanical failure of the plane or to blackout of the pilot. The county coroner's office states that an inquest will be held today at Mojave. if out l.ui from LT'ivi-rniin'ii' : luan slficUs. in-nralvli'' yi^lils an.l pe- i riodirnlly rstimatoil pr. i.lu.'l inn nnd; lii'iiefal weekly \veathet- conditions 1 anrl crop pronr.'ss tlircnmhont the: 1'iitlnn li'MI. Tho narr.'itivi' nlwo in-j i-ludc'S uenor.i! I'uitditions i-nvevltm ni-tivitv in (hr wostorn area prepnre.1 ! from dotaili'd reports siilniiitted hy ! the el.issiiii; ori'ii"\« lucaterl rt t F.I I'nso. I'lioenix, and Hakersl'iold. I which descrilie d"ni:i.nd and i\i»\f- ! nienl of cdllon from a local stand-j point. i This report ali-o Inrludes cotton price (|Hot,'ii imi-i cdverinsT ihe pre- I .I.ituiiialinu^ <\u;tlti*'S M'hirli aro n\t'r- ( elianilised in I he I'ollnwinc western j area innrkf"! s: Kl Paso. I'hoenix and , l-iaker.«i ii'ld-l-'resno-Tulare. It. also includes: prices for eotnparalile quail- j ties at Memphis. <",roup H. Mill I I'oinK and an averase of the Ilous- ton-nalvpstoii quotation!:. Dally elos- iiiff New York and Xew Orleans futures prices an* also carried showing the three nearest active trading months from which the actual prices may he calculated. Spot prices for American-KK.vptian (SxP) qualities in Kl Paso and I'hoenix are also shown in the release each Saturday. The California!! will publish the review each week hy the cotton and fiber .hiTinch. However, Mr. Gehnert said that many person interested in secnrhiK a copy of the complete release may have his name, placed on the mailing list by addressing tho request to room 100, Progressive building. Sirens Illegal on V-Day Celebration Legal Notices TAX NOTICE CITY OF BAKEKSFIEI.D NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT: 1. The taxes on all personal property secured by real property and one-halt of the taxes on all real property and public improvement assessments for the fiscal year 1944-45 wtll be due and payable on the first day of November 1944. and will be delinquent on the fifth day of December 1944 at 6 o'clock p. m. and unless paid prior thereto, eight per cent will he added to the amount thereof, and if said one-half be not paid before the twentieth day of April 1945 at 6 o'clock p. m. an additional three per cent will be added to the amount thereof. The remaining one-half of the taxes on all real property and public improvement assessments will be payable on and after the twentieth day of January 1!I45 and will be delinquent on the twentieth day of April 1945, at 5 o'clock p. m. arid unless paid prior thereto three per cent will be added to the amount thereof. 2. Taxes may be paid In full at tne time the first Installment Is due and payable, us herein providde. 3. Taxes may be paid beginning Oc tober 25th, 1944 in the office of the City Treasurer and Tax Collector In Room 1. City Hall. Bakersfteld, Call forma, between the hours of 9 o clock a. m. and B o'clock p. m. on each am every day of the week except Saturday afternoon!", Sundays and holidays. Bakersfleld, California, October 14 1D44 WALTER W. SMITH. City Treasurer and Tax Collector. Oct. 14 to 27 Inc. NOTJCK OF INTENTION' TO ENGAGE IN THE RALE OP ALCOHOLIC BEV URAOKS. — October. 1944. To Whom It May Concern: Notice In hereby give; that fifteen day» after the date pouted. In undersigned proposes to sell alcoholic bev irages at these premise*, described as fol IOWB: L>229 Edison Hishway, Bakerxfleld Kern Count}-. Pursuant to euch Inten lion, the undersigned IB applying to In Htute Board of Equalization for lisuanc of nn alcoholic beveraKO license <o licenses) (or these vremlnes RS follows On Sale Benr License. Anyone denirin to nroicst the lunuanco of *uch llcenned may file a verified protest with the Btat Hoard ot Equalization at Sacramento California, statins grounds for denial provided by law. The premises are now lii-«n«ert tor Ihe »al» nf alcoholic hevpi-agc: Oct. 20. UAYLOHD VAN WEY. Continued From Page Nine Bakeret'ielil. now that the boards are c'onsolidnted and thnt similar renters might also save gasoline and time for residents of outlying communities. Approved- for appointment to the aquin" valley- Jumb™. c^ $2.r,o<S> Bakersfield ration hoard were Dr. pi-sinns. IOOSP. local nnd Pan Jem- Sam Smith and Charles F. Burns. Be.dau.sc lie has served on the council since its inception, and has proved so valuable a member, the recommendation of the executive committtee that the resignation of ,lames "Wilson be refused and that instead, he be given an indefinite leuvfc of absence due to illness, was unanimously approved, and W. B. Kinloy, Tal't city councilman, was appointed to serve during his absence. Mrs. R. R. Shinn, director of the Taft A. W. V. S., reported that her group urgently needs workers to nake the lap quilts and cancer ban- lages which the army and navy is lemanding for veterans. A. W. . S. offices yre at the Fort. Salvage committee report was given by Mr. Parsons, who nn- lounccd tha; cash on hand now otals $331.S3, and Mrs. Thelnnx Isaacs reported that Mrs. Laura ijolt, new nutrition committee chairman, has made plans to serve u balanced lunch at the fairgrounds .0 Boy Scouts and drivers participnt- ng in the paper salvage drive Saturday. Former Randsburg Constable Succumbs • Funeral services for former Randsburg' constable, timmett J. Rider, 63, who died October 19 at his home in Randsburg, will be held October 22 at 2 p. m. at White House Hall, Randsburg. Interment will be in Union Cemetery. October 23. Doughty-Calhoun-O'Meara Is in charge of arrangements. Mr. Elder came to Randsburg in 1905. He was constable for 1« years and was a member of the Lions Club. At the time of his death, he was proprietor of the White House Cafe. He is survived by his sister, Mrs, Opal McWilliams, Missouri; a niece, Mrs. Cleo Elder, Randsburg; a nephew, Chet Elder, United States Navy and several brothers in the east. Infant, Six Months, Dies Afteijall A 6-month-old infant, Dick Welch, died yesterday as the result of a fall from a bed. according to reports from the county coroner's office. An Inquest Is pending. The child was Injured and taken to a local hospital Wednsday, reports state. Parents of the baby are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Welch of 3234 Sunset street. Funeral services will be helc at Fllcklnger-Dlgler Chapel at 10 a. m. tomorrow with the Reverent J. W. Barker officiating. Buria •will lie In Greenlawn Cemetery. WOMAN' FINED $10 Charged with permitting rubbish to accumulate until It became un sanitary, Marie E. Tinnln was flne( $10 and received 30 day suspended .sentence in Judge W. L. Laird's pq lice court this morning. Occupation of Thebes by British Announced KOME. Oct. 20. (.£>)—-British troops have occupied Thebes, ill! miles northwest of Athens, while German troops harassed by Greek guerrillas have speeded up their withdrawal from northern Greece toward Yugoslavia, Allied headquarters nn- nounced today. The Germans yesterday acknowledged withdrawal from Thebes. Its occupation put British units roughly 7i"> airline miles from the area in which German columns were last reported fleeing. There was no indication in tho Allied communique whether advance British elements had made any contact with the retreating Nazis. The communique reported that civilian relief measures are being started at Athens despite heavy demolitions In Piraeus harbor, which are causing some delay in unloading food and supplies from ships. MATCHES BLAMED Children playing with matches caused a fire which did $^5 worth of lamugc to the home of I.onv.a. Harris, 15U7 i'otoinac street today at ]!!:-& p. in., according to the county fire department. DECORATED—First navy nurse to receive the Bronze Star Medal— Awarded for her meritorious service as chief nurse of a fleet hospital in New Caledonia—Is Lieutenant-Commander Fayc E. White pictured at Washington, D. C., shortly after her return from the Pacific. I L. A. rmpi Cheer Invasion News LOS AXOEI/ES, Oct. 20. (#>— Members of the Los Angeles Fill- jirio colony rejoiced today in the re- urn of American armed forces to the Philippines. "We are all overjoyed and surprised." said Koque- E. de la Y.sla, ircsident of the Philippine Chamber )f Commerce. "All of us are. BO happy. It is very inspiring to us o know that General Mat-Arthur and his brave men are now embarked on the final step in the liberation of our Vieloved homeland." Elizabeth Suverkrop Enlists in WACS Although she has given two sons to the service Klb.abeth Y. Suver- krop, 103 H street, Bakersfle.ld, felt "duty-bound to join the Women's Army Corps and help bring them home that •much sooner.'' An nlumna of the famed Wellesley College, Mrs. Suverkrop has requested duty at the San Francisco port o£ embarkation, to which she will be assigned after a six weeks course in basic training at Fort Pea Monies. Jowa. Her husband, with the rank of captain, served with an engineers corps during World vVar I. The sons, Lieutenant Bnrd Suver- krop nnd Private. Don Suverkrop, are with the air forces overseas and the infantry at Camp Roberts, respectively. Her first cousin is Colonel L. W. Kddy of Camp Haan. A resident oC Bakersfield for iU years, tho new WAO was recently trained as a press photographer by .11 in Day, managing editor of The Bakersfield Calll'ornian. nnd will do photographic \vurk tit her army liuse. Kern Postmasters to Entertain Officers Keru County postmaster Association will play host to state officers of the California Chapter of tile National Association at a dinner meet- Ing of the group Saturday at 7 p. m. at 11 Trovatoro cafe, according to Jerry Shields. Bakersfield postmaster and president of the California Postmasters Association. Leon Dwlght. postmaster of San Diego and secretary-treasurer of the state group; Harvey \Vashburn, Hanford, state, congressional director; Bert AVilson. l.os Hanos. past state president and Toss Brown, Lemoore. county director, will be among those present. President's Speech Extended 15 Minutes WASHINGTON. Oct. 20. (UP.) — President Roosevelt disclosed today that the time for his foreign policy speech in New York Saturday night bad been extended from 30 to 45 minutes. The President's radio time, will be from ti::w to 7:ir. p. m., P. W. T. Jle said this did not mean ho w going to speak 4fi minutes—that it was just a precaution to sea that he was not cut off the. air. Suit Asks Eviction of Tenant, Damages Dale H. Bryant, in n suit filed yesterday against Ida Stroud asked eviction of the defendant from promises at 111 Kl Tejon avenue nnd payment if $7..8 rent pins treble damages incurred at the rate of CG cents per day since October 11. The complaint charges that the defendant gave the plaintiff notice on September 11, and HO days later, on October II, refused to vacate. The defendant filed nn answer stating that, at the time notice was given on September 11, vent had been paid to October 1, and that therefore the 30-day notice would begin October 1. A cross complaint filed by the Mrs. Stroud charged that the plaintiff had entered into a secret lease with a Mrs. Grace McLoud to whom the defendant had sublet a portion of her premises. Mrs. Stroud charged that Mrs. Mcl.oud and Mr. Bryant were conspiring to oust her on the basis of the secret lease. She asked a court rd.^r that the plaintiff hold the •ase In trust for the use and benc- t of the defendant. Colorful Football Rally Held at City High School Football festivity at BaUersfield High School reached u colorful climax this mornlrtK at Griffith SU- I diuin, when tho younw plBskin enthusiasts held their rally to the big game with East Bakersfield tonight, when the Bakersfield Blues take on the East High Blades, reported Principal L. W. Hedge. Carl Stutzmiin, student body president, was In charge of the big gam" rally, assisted by Miss Eloise Nelson, faculty member In charge of assembly planning. Feature of the rally was a comical skit portraying the burial of East High's football team, complete with pallbearers und suitably solemn music. Warren Wheatland, yell leader of the Bakersfield HlBh student body, Instructed the students in several new yells which will be featured at the game tonight. Wheatland was assisted by Miss Claudia IVavy a Miss .loylce Meyer. Miss Nelson reported that, the girls' league of the limb school is doing its bit to add color to tonight's RaiHO by selling chrysanthemums' after the rally and during the luncl periods today, with Miss .Inlie Clare pep-talking tho rally today in her announcement of the new activity. Hong leaders Misa Bunny Ciiraud Miss Doris MeClain, and Mis Hickey Daley led their schoolmates Itt the traditional school song? Harold Bradley, new Instructor o hgli school band, led his group martial musicians in the foolbal tunes familiar to the football enthusiasts. • The two varsity football teams, the Blues and the Whites, were Introduced at the rally, with Coach Griffith (introducing the Blues and Jack Frost introducing the Whites. Heavy Florida Toll Taken by Hurricane f'TIAHLESTOX, R. P.. Oct. 20. (UR) V. tropical hurricane, after leaving a ath of death and destruction in ""uha and Florida during the past 4S ours, roared past Charleston tocla.s vithout material damage and hcadef orthfastwnrd in the direction of olumhia, S. C.. and Raleigh, N. With the waterfront area partl> looded and after a night without Ignis or power, historic Charleston till was being buffeted by gales mm tho swirling fringes of the lain blow, but tho Intensity o£ tho viitds diminished hourly. I'lilim reported widespread damage :> windows, "drowned.out" nutomo- ilos and liigh water seopago Into vaterfront business houses. Xo tenths or Injuries, however, had >pen reported since tho storm first vhipped across tho vicinity of Charleston. Continued From Pace NIM Yank. After this experience Meyers and his wife. Dallas, w?re sent to Xew York v/li"re h« is now attached to the staff of Yank and in a short time. I arn informed, will have an article on Arctic Oil In tho Saturday Evening Post. In a. r-r.ronf story in '''oilier'* appeared .1 pir-ture of George, with the Yank stall". Hol> Tobias liub Tobias, an aviation machinist's mate, first rlasg In the navy, h.'ix hopn in the, Vaval Air Tech- uic.il Training Cfntf.- in N'orman. • ikla.. f"r two years serving as 'an ins'ruouir and hoping to get into .irtion soon. lift writes: "I have run in'o several fellows frn-n Bake'^firid during mv two years. Remember Pinky Mohr? UR was hoff fnr quiie a while and we made several fine liberties together. Lieutenant I. F. Vandam is stationed here now. ][p was assistant, football coach tor th" Sandahs around lOnV incidentally Boh Tobias is the navy man to whrj.n was attributed erroneously the authorship of an army poem by a corporal of, the same name. We made a correction some, time aso. Rird News Bulletin Miss Grace Rird. director of Bak- i.'rrM'ield Junior College, has received Ictt.ors from many former students who are now serving in tin 1 a mod forces. Charles Owens, who is- stationed on Oahu, says, "I'm waiting for the marines to clear another island and declare it sat'e for old man Owens to ven- in tv forth." Corporal Graham Lovelace has been stationed in 1-Jnglanti since last December. Puring that time he has studied the educational system in England and talked with a. German refugee on education in Germany. He has come to the conclusion that our own system is ahead of any over there. He says "f find the English a really warmhearted and friendly people." Sergeant Frederick L. Jensen is somewhere In France. He writes "The people here don't look starved but the children come begging for candy and rationa. Cigarettes are also a much appreciated gift and quite high In the French black market." Hob Stewart Rob Stewart's outfit has been assigned to anti-aircraft school command for six months or more. First Lieutenant Richard Williamson says that Corsica is a great deal like Greenhorn except that "There are many small dirty towns with narrow streets on the island. The people in them are not like the people in Africa.; they keep more or less to themselves asking or giving nothing to the Allied troops on the island." First Lieutenant Ed Davis writes from India that he has eaten water buffalo steak and advises other people not to try it. He says Indians do some beautiful handiwork and though prices ar» a little high it is often possible to drive a bargain with tho shopkeepers. Captain Burton Cox it in McCook, Neb., where he Is training for another tour of combat duty in some theater. Library Purchases Two Legion Books Two copies of "Those Who Serve" have been ordered by the Bakersfield branch of the Kern county library, according to Mrs. Ruby Malone, of the branch department. Jlrs. Malone pointed out that it them is a gi-eater demand from the other branch institutions, East Bakersfield. Olldale and the Boys and Girls libraries, probably additional books will be put on order. "Those AVho Serve," which has been published and edited by the Krank S. Reynold Post 26, American Legion has, on its pages, the pictures of more than 0000 servicemen and women. Below each picture in the book is the name and branch of the armed forces of tho man or woman plus tho name of the relative in Kern county. Tho result of IS years of research and writing in tho form of, Jess* Stockton's history of Kern county is also included in "Those Who Servo." The book is being sold at various points throughout this city and Oildale. Glenn Stanfleld. manager of sales, ntuninced that sales in other county communities will begin the latter part of, the month. OBITUARY NOTICES IAKMIAKT. < ,'I.AKKNC K KIT.KNB— Fil- liriiil s.'i-vi.f-s for rlarrin-f I-.UK.MIL> Hnrli- luirl 70. who ili'-'I (It 'toiler 1» lit n. Taft liosinUi!. will In- hi-ld lVii.l).-r L' 1 at ,, ,,, at llii- Ki H kson-llvowu I''uimral ll'oiin'. Tnfl. Iho Itf-vr-riMiU I'. K. FlamlMB ol't i« i it mtr CrriM:it urn will follow io Balo-rsfK'Ic'l. Ml. U.-irnlinrt lived in Tuft fin- l.> VTM« win -re In- was in-live us nn survived by Krruic"3 Uarn- Luilise Harris, i: [i Bister. Mis, Twtlv Mill-, tm! : iwn i.'harlcv A. flanihart and Wal- ter.I. uiirnhurt. botli of Lon^ Beach. IIKKSI.AMI. HKNKV -Kiuu'ilil DorvicPs fur llonry llrcslan.l. fi 1. whu died O.- luh.^r I" a( a local huspiUil. \vcic 1 hc.u :l p ni. al It.ipn.inMoi- j l-IU ITT. o,l well i-olitracior. Hn Inn widow, Mrs. Kill til ti;irt. i|uuBhl"rti. .ilr.". f'owr It'll. Martlni-z: Mrs. Tuff lliri-i- isi-atnlrhilili- K<liih Flde lu u-v 'J'l at lliu Ji l'l'i. ia i IIIK . '-riMiil Jam erment wan s In UK I.AHA. MANl'KL— Fulu-ial «.>rvi.-ps or Man.ld JK- l.ala. ti:.'. who iln.l .1.- nhpr Hi at a local hospital wei'o hold h-l.ihi-f ".i nl 1" H. in. nt Hnvisuli Xlnr- uary. tha llinei'-llil Joi'.Mih l.nsaila of- 'icia'lin-. Inti-niipnt was in lni"ii •.uni'tery SIII-VH'MIK Mr. Ue Lara ar* i noil, j'rivate I'Mward l>n Larn^Cnmp loo.l 'IVxa.s- t'lanilchildrcii. I-^lwarn II. DP l.a-'a and Alitunin t>o Lain. Lus I'anrtaburs: a nephew, Ch«t rniu.d States Navy; several brothers In th» east. JOHNSON. 1RKXK— Vuneral services for Irene Johnson. J7. who illeA October 1J •ii i local hospital, will be held Oc- lohi-r 21 nt I 1 ' H. m. at Payne Sc Son (•impel, ttic Reverend Charles W. Opie offii-iatlnB. liuernifiit. will be in In ion .'.•niptcry. Sui-vlvlnit Mrs. Johnson are lu-r hushnnrl. Oddi Johnson. Rakersfielrt: HOIIS, Willinm O. Johnson. BakerstieW: .latichtor. Viulla Johnson. Bukersfielrt: i,' '.r.s Mr. and -Mrs. W. C. Hen»ley. s-iii li'.i-u- BlMicrs. Kiln. Nelson and ..rvy. San DipKn: Mattio Mny liivorMulp: hrnthers, Victor and A'bi-rt Hensley. both of <gn: Tpchni.-al PerBeant Owell t'niied Wiatoa Army. \UA—Fuiifnil sorvicpa for Ada ;i. wlui died October 17 »t - I' Tift nt 10 Homo. insi la.'. . at T:\il. lh KMMKTT •'• iiull J. Kld-i. Kl.llf.lt. fur l-Jin ttvo. i 1'J n^»ill he h.-l.l \Vhiti< llouw lll-'tlL Mill I tniu-r - ; - ha.H chaik-i nf n Mr. i;Nkr f i-o h Vun.'i'n 1 i;j. uhu .servires dieil Oe- in. O''- at - P. idshurK. 1 . Vmotory. v.fiilhoiiii-nrnoiii cntM. Suivivil'.n . Mis. Opal MI'- Mis. ri, UNION CEMETERY Furnishes MONUMENTS FLOUEK CONTAINERS GHAVE MAIWEKS AT LOWEST TRICES Office Within the Grounds Monumental Display at Cemetery Entrance Phone 7-7185 ill b« hclrl October 31 fc-k-kscm-Hrown. Funeral a Revv;r.>nd A. A. Ptlll- Interment will he In I'nio'i CV'mcior.v. Hurvivinc Mrs. Pruitt •ii,' NT tons n. o. Fruitt. Panhandle. •ivias: W. li. Pruiit. and H. S. Pruitt. IN !li of T.'lfi: ilnUBhtpr*. Mrs. Addis \\vi.-h. fiiintlier. Tuxtts: Mrs. Dollia Mc- rcni. TnVf. ': t srandchildren and 12 tin •ni-srnmli.-hilu'ren. YVKI.CH. DICK— Funevsl services for Dick \v.--,rh, infum s"» ot Mr. anil Mrs. Ft«rt We!, h, u.'"1 Sunset, who died October )'i u n. In. -:il hospitiil will be held Oe- tnri. r il ill 10 a. ni. Ht Grcenlawn cii:n>n!. ihe Ki-veniiil J W. Barker of- iiiinu. IniiM-ni.'nt will h« in Gr»en•« Memorial I'aiK. SurvlrlDE the M be.s.il. 1 .^ II:M p.ir*-nt« ura thre^ theij". " Jfihii Welch. Ted Welch »nd k Welch nnd ""« mster, Marlyri Ich. all Mf Haki;r«flelil. Flickinger-Digfer CHAPEL Distinctive Funeral Service it Moderate Cart Phon* 7-78*1 C better Avtnu* »t Thirteenth J. C, Flltklwr • Fnmk Differ AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY Mid NIGHT

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