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H h X 0 Santa Cruz Sentinel-News -REAL ESTATE BEN LOMOND OFFICE Phone B. L. 68-W Address: r?.0. Box 201. B. L. 15 ACRES with 6 room. 3 bedroom home; 2 baths, large porch. Fleet ric ftove and hot water heater. Water from spring with 10.0'jO cal. storage. About 3 acres apples. Loc-itcri 3-i mile from Ben Lomond on eood road. Partly FURNISHED. PRICE 510,500. !) BEAUTIFULLY WOODED LOTS with 4 room. 2 bedroom house. Large living room. Basement with wash trays. Cement walks and lpndcaped garden. Clo;e to river. PRICE only S4350. JOS. R. H. JAC0BY, INC. Realtors Mia Office 20 Cooper St. S. C 15-2-29-56 i"0. 2 room, cabin, double ga-r,.:..o. on n.t'e Sol. close to beach starts. Make oner. o 3 rooms and bath. Grae. C'n.Ditti iv f i: mi. Lot 00x30. A ci.ncy for orir.s. Cloe to beach, t - .tr.J stores. SS''50. 2 bedroom hotno. nl-fter t ,. ,rdw(J lioors. extra lot and sui-i hciiio lor rental, all furni.-h-t ct. Block to S".-bnsr-.t Ave. and btucli. A pleasure to show tr.:s. jIM KROECER l'jti Cct.i.i St. Fi.one 317G-J LISTINGS WANTED Cpen Sundays & Evenings 13-1-30-motf o..'cl vou '. ; e to make some ;- .. We h.'ive a large 2 story .tr.i. nt house, close to I'a-. e , thai i, :s 6 rentals btmt;-'.( a iront.-i. This can be ... .i n u.i w il re novate it. - a sn:riij'.y constructed older hn:. Concrete foundation and i ; : J; bur ch. - root. Full puce s-12.1)00. Lx-l ve. iNiES & FALL IS 177 Pacific Ae. 15-2-29-tf :A W-;r .iM CfiSIl and at the point of your pen HThanks to your checking account at Bank of Amer ica, you can pay all your bills in a few minutes in the quiet and comfort of your home. This real convenience saves you time and your cancelled checks are positive proof of payment. Your checkbook stubs make j it easy to keep i track of your money. Open your account at i any branch and . U discover for yourself this convenient way to pay bills. I .1 V ' .- tr- fiMtit -xoii Dtpaiir txsuij.ct to jpoiio hcmii rcofiti icsmt stitcm 2 smm to. tine t (Political Advertisement) il I PlET WlE YES for the New City Charter Tuesday, March 2 Monday, March 1, 1948 -REAL ESTATE FLASH! EXCLUSIVE!! If my opinion is worth a dime to tou I'll save you S2000 on the Palmer House. 3 bedroom and ruinous room, large rooms, plate f:ass windows, Venetian blinds, Vouagstown kitchen cabinets, fireplace and dual floor furnace. Lot 55x160. Ideal East Side location. Trere is a reason for this price, ask me. S10,87o. JOE. E. MOORE 26 Front St. Oocn Sunday Phone 4471-4049-J 15-2-l:motf YOO KOO want inexpensive housing! 3 room shack SI 1 acre, redwoods S1649 Cannot be sold separately. Creek runs thru property. .Must be seen to be depreciated. LiM.nes Solicited FRANK HAROLD Wnter St. at Branciforte Ave. Piione 3464-W. Res. 3464-J 13-12-14-tf Exclusive Here Gas Station Fine stratd-sic business corner. Income S3i'J month now, increasing riuu'.jny. I'ropeity and stock i-.-.OC'J. An exceptional buy. FRANK HUESMAN 317 Pacific Am'. Phone 4160 15-2-29-36 SUBURBAN LOTS Jj-t outsuio city, but with city water and .ic.. Eeautuul sur-rounainss. ' acre with 53 ft. frontage, S23. ',j acre with 107 ft. irontae. S673. NOAH J HOL'K 1111 Ocean Phone 2740 13-2-13-64 CALIF , OREGON. Wasnington tax lnds. 1 to 640 acre tracts ; t S3 acre min. bid. 6c stamps brines cicscripa e circulars and n.aos. PACIFIC LANDS Box 2330-SC. Hoiivwood. Caht 15-11-2-motf TWO VERY DESIRABLE' lots in Twin Lake. with large new Ra-raee one b!ock from the water, together wi'h enough used lumber to build a 4 room house. Total price i-3230 or will sell separately. Piione 1371-W. 15-2-5-56 THE HOUSE THAT IS A HOME Modern 6 rooms, large livina room and 3 bedrooms, lots of closets, all hardwood floors. 2 baths. 50x200 ::. lot. Nicely landscaped. For sale bv owner. Ph. 2al-J. 1 5-2 -2!)-53 5-ROO.M HOUSE pattly furnislied. 2 four-room all furnished cottages- four blocks from beach a id town. Can sive immediate possession. Piione 4424-J to-2-20-56' 3 ACRES. 3 room furn. cabin. Nice snot lor new house. Rt. 1, Box 5."3-A. Granite. Creek Rd. Ph. ."."-.T-12. 1 5-2-25-33' 3 5 A WANT REAL ESTATE LISTINGS WANTED Miller a Sampson Selleck & "Sampy" REAL ESTATE INSURANCE 115 Lcc Phone 522 15A-2-22-motf WANT TO BUY from owner, good 4 or 5 room home. Close to bus line. East Side preferred. Cash. Write Box 73 Sentinel-News Of-fice. a-2-27-52 WANT TO BUY from owner. 2 bedroom house. Close to bus line. Laveaga district Dreierred. Write Box 13, Sentinel-News Office. 15A-2-29-53J . WANT SMALL HOME up to S7500. . suitable for summer use. Writ Box 64 Sentinel-News Office. 153-2-25-53 16 USED CARS PRICES REDUCED NOV 1540 Chev 4 door sedan, $1065. i.937 Plymouth coupe, S545. 1936 DeSo'o coupe". $493. 1936 Plymouth coupe. $413. 1931 Chev. Pickup, $165. DON MORRIS Chrysler-Plymouth Front Cooper 16-3-10-motf WE BUY & SELL CARS Buy with Confidence At Your New Car Dealer CEO H SCOFIELD . Motor Co Ford. Mercury. Lincoln Authorized Dealer 227 Front St 16-5-6-J TOP Cash Price PAID For Your Car LATE MODEL Used Cars For Sale or Trade Holland Motor Sales " 340 Front St. Phone 4163 16-12-31 -mot f 1901 CHEV. ton and half flat bed truck. 1927 Dodge Pickup. Both in good running condition. Will sell reasonable. A. Gargjulo. Rt. 1. Box 601. Eranciiorte Dr.. near. Mt. V:evHotel. 16-2-27-55 r38 BUICK RO ADM ASTER, clean, relincd brakes, new battery, new mulflcr and exhaust. Very good condition, $700. 713 Riverside Ave. Apt. to the richt. 16-2-27-52' 16-2-27-52 JP1S ilia USABI. PR KSCO 1080 ko KGO 810 kc MO-NO AY EVENING 6:00 to 6:30 KSCO Music: 6:15. Silent til 6:30 a.m, KGO Headline Ed: 6:15, E. Davis. KQW Lux Radio Theatre KNBC Guv Lombardo Show. KFRC Gabriel Heatter 6:30 to 7:00 KGO So You Want to Lead a Band. KCJW Lux Radio Theatre. KNBC Dr. I Q. 7:00 to 7:30 KGO Lone Ranger. KQW Jlv Friend Irma. KNBC Contented Hour. 7:30 to 8:00 KGO On Stage America. KQW Drama. KNBC Fred Waring. 8:00 to 8:30 KGO Point Sublime. KQW Lowell Thomas: 8:15 Music. KNBC Supper Club: 8:15, News. 8:30 to 9:00 KGO Red Cross Program. KQW Talent Scouts. 8:5o, News. KNBC Cavalcade of America. 9:00 to 9:30 KGO This Is Adventure. KQW Inner Sanctum KNEC Telephone Hour. - KFRC News. 9:30 to KGO Farl Godwin; KQW Bob Crosby; 10:00 9:45. Rent Control. 9:45. Comment KNBC Big Story. 10:00 to 10:30 KGO Request fully Yrs.; 10:15. S. Roger KQW C. Huntlev, News: 10:15. Sports KN BC Reporter; 10:15. Music. KFRC F Lewis, Jr. TUESDAY MORNING 6:30 to 7:00 KSCO Musical Varieties. 7:00 to 7:30 KSCO Musical Varieties. KGO Music: 7:15. Music of the Fam. KQW Music- 7:25, Interviews. KNBC News; 7:lo, Masters of Music KFRC Hemir.fwav News 7:30 to 8:00 KSCO News: 7:45, Mu ical Clock KGO James Abbe: 7:45. Z Manners KQW B Garred 7:45. Fred Beck KNEC Sons of Pion.; 7:45. S Hayes 8:00 to 8:30 KSCO Clock: 8:15. Prayer. Farm KGO Breakfast Club KQW Kathenne Kerry. 8:25. News K N BC Fred Waring. KFRC Cecil Brown. 8:30 to 9:00 KSCO Lcishton Noble Orch. KGO Breakfast Club. KQW Quiz: 8:45, Rosemary. KNBC J. Berch; 8:45. Howdy N'bors 9:00 to 9:30 KSCO News: 9:05, Songs. Music KGO Welcome Traveleis KQW W. Warren; 9:15. Aunt J-..ny KNP.C N. Olmsted: 9:15. Kate's Dautr. KFRC Kate Smith Speaks 9:30 to 10:00 KSCO S. C. County Schools. KGO Tom Brentman KQW Helen Trent: 9:45. Gal Sun. KNBC Woman's Magazine of Air 10:00 to 10:30 KSCO News: 10:05. Hawaii Calls KGO Galen Drak: 10:15. T.JVJalone. KQW Big Sister; 10:15. Ma Perkins. KNBC Sc. Sicnnosts: 10:15. Tunes 10:30 to 11:00 KSCO Crosbv; 10:45, Three Sons. KGO True Storv: 10:55. B. Crocker. KQW Dr. Malone; 10:45. Guiding Lighl KNBC Tunes, Tips: 10:45. L. Lawton. 11:00 to 11:30 KSCO Boulder Creek. KGO B. Crocker: 11 J5, Club Time. KQW 2nd Mrs. Burton: 11:15. P Ma sod KNBC Today's Child: 11:45. W in W KFRC Cedric Foster. 11:30 to 12 Noon KSCO Crosby; 11 :43. Orchestra KGO Baukhaee Talks: 11:45. Claudia KQW Serial: 11:45. Rose of Dreams. KNBC H. Sloane: 11:45, Light of Wld. KFRC Queen for a Day TUESDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 to 12:30 KSCO Jack Fina: 12:15. News. Farm KGO Clark Dennis: 12:15, N. Craig. KQW Double or Nothing. KNBC Noon News: 12:15. Ma. Perkins. 12:30 to 1:00 KSCO Nn. Time Tunes: 12:55, For Rent KGO Paul Whiteman Club KQW News: 12:45. Piano. KNBC P Young: 12:45, Rt to Hap. KFRC 12:45, Rush Huehes. 1:00 to 1:30 KSCO Reouest Hour KGO Paul Whiteman Club. KQW School of the Air. KNBC Backstage Wife; 1:15, S. Dallas. 16 USED CARS WE BUY-SELL TRADE BETTER USED CARS BILL O'RIELLY, Inc. Your DODGE-PLYMOUTH DEALER Temporary 'Location BEACH GARAGE, First & Cliff Across from Casa del Rey entrance 1 6-4-13-tf 1947 CADILLAC 4 dr. sedan, like new. Very low mileage. Must see to appreciate. See L. H. Guest. Tucker Garage. 112 Vine StJPiione 4080-W. 16-2-24-52 1034 PLYMOUTH Sedan. new paint, new brakes, good looking, and 2 wheel trailer. S350. Phone Boulder Creek 5.-F-12, alter 5 p. m. 16-2-25-53 747 TRIUMPH 'Tieer lOO'. Iike new. extras. Only 5875 cash. Save sales tax and dealers profit. 314 Riverside Ave. Apt. 4. 16-2-27-52' 193lrMODEL A 4-di- sedan. Excel, mechanical conb., good rubber, S300. 122 4th Ave. Phone 51, 16-2-29-53 34 7 O LDS I O BI L E drive, radio, heater. hydromatic Small down payment will handle. Full price, S2400. Can be seen at Front and Lamel Sts. 16-2-29-53" MUST SELL '46 Hudson 4 door sedan, radio, heater, other extras. $1850 cash. By owner. Ph. 4582-R 16-2-29-53 E EST BUY, '41 -door sedan Buick. Can show complete overhaul. A real sacrifice. Inquire 716 King St. 16-2-29-53 TRUCK1932 FORD. Model B"." l'i ton llat bed. In good condition. All new tires. L. A. Wade. 415 LaFonda Ave. 16-2-29-53 1941 CHEV. SPECIAL dlx. club coupe. Radio, heater, new tires. A-l cond. Bv owner, $1250. 158 PryceSt. ' l629!53! a, -TON INTERNATIONAL pickup truck complete, reconditioned. See at 120 Maple St. or Phone 1999 -J. 16-2-29-56 1940 4-DOOR DELUXE Chevrolet sedan. A-l cond. Mav be seen at 242 3rd Ave., Sunday or any evening after 6 p. m. 16-2-29-53 '40 PONTIAC 2 door sedan, A-l condition, radio, heater. $1000. 145 Gilrov Drive, Capitola. " 16-2-29-53" 1940 PLYMOUTH 7 passenger, sedan. Good condition. 326 Youne- love ll-tPlil 1&40 MERCURY 2 door sedan. 331 Broadwav. Can be seen any day before 1:00 p.m. 16-2-29-53' 1S41 8-98 OLDSMOBILE custom 5 passenger club coupe. 112 Vine St. Phone 408O-W. 16-2-29-53 1539 CHEV. PICK-UP truck. Coast Creamerv, 359 Pacific Ave. Ph. 3:K). " 16-2-29-53 FaSSTFORb DELUXE 4-door sedan. Phone 2754-W or 4892-W. 16-2-29-53 17 LOST and F.OL'ND LOST. Sat. nieht. vicinity 441 E. Ciiff Dr. Gold and diamond earring. Keepsake. Reward. See Mrs. Hanaii Sheehan, 131 Marine Parade 17-2-25-53 LOST. ON FRIDAY forenoon, vicinity Vine and Church, black leather wallet, containing checks and currency. Reward. Phone l-Y-23. 17-2-29-53 $30 REWARD FOR lost young Beagle, black and tan with white feet and tip of tail. Phone S taffler 7-F-ll. 17-2-26-54 LOST, wire haired terrier. Black bodv markings. Answers to narrie "Whiskev." Ph. 2-F-ll S C. 17-2-25-53 REWARD tor Scotty female, lost St. evening. Dog sick and under veterinarian's care. Please phone 135 4-W. 17-3-1-57 21 22 23 24 23 25 27 23 29 30 31 KNBC 680 kc 1:30 to 2:00 KSCO Request Hour KGO News; 1:45, Revue. KQW Housewives Protective League. KNBC Lor. Jones: 1:45. Widder Brn. 2:00 to 2:30 KSCO Newsi2 :05, Concert Hall KGO Wrhat's Doing Ladies? KQW Winner Take All, Quiz. KNBC Girl Marries: 2:15, Portia. 2:30 to 3:00 KSCO Concert Hall; 2:45. Organ KGO Bride and Groom. KQW Art Linkletter's Houseparty. KNBC Plain Bill; 2 :45, Front Page. 3:00 to 3:30 - KSCO Anniversary Club KGO Ladies Be Seated. KQW Meet the Missus. KNBC Rd. of Life; 3:15, J. Jordon. 3:30 to 4:00 KSCO News: 3:35. Musical Roundup. KGO Ann Hoiden. KQW A. Godfrey Variety. KNBC Aunt Mary; 3:45, Nora Drake. 4:00 to 4:30 KSCO Eddy Howard; 4:15, Soquel. KGO Ethel and Albert; 4:15, News. KQW Quiz: 4:15, Serenade. KNBC Woman's Sec; 4:15, Life Beau. KFRC F Lewis Jr.; 4:15, Hemingway. 4:30 to 5:00 KSCO South of the Border. KGO Music; 4:45, Show Tunes. KQW News: 4:45, Interviews. KNBC R. Andrews; 4:45, R. Howard. 5:00 to 5:3P KSCO Polka Time; 5:15, Orch. KGO Dick Tracy; 5:15. Terry & Pir. KQW' Front Paee; 5:15, Dr. Crane. KNBC Jolly Bill & Jane: 5:15. Gavin 5:30 to 6:00 KSCO News. Sports: 5:45, Music. KGO Jack Armstrong. KQW C. Coliingwood; 5:45, News. KNEC A Date with Judy TUESDAY EVENING 6:00 to 6:30 KSCO-KG(J -KQW KNBC -Music: 6:15. Silent til 6:30 a. m. He-iiGhne Ed: 6:15. E Davis Best Euys: 6:15. Songs. Amos 'N Andy KFRC Gabriel Heatter 6:3j0 to 7:00 KGO Boston Symphonv KQW Christopher wells. KNBC Fibber McGee and Molly. 7:00 to 7:30 Boston Symphony. -Studio One, Drama, KGO KQW KNBC Bob Hope. KFRC Forum of the Air. 7:30 to 8:00 KGO KQW KNBC Report to People; 7:45, Holly wd. -btudio one. Red Skelton. 8:00 to 8:30 KGO KQW KNEC- Youth Asks Gov't; 8:15. Ch. Sc. -L. Tiiomas; 8:lo, Music. -Supper Club: 8:15, News. 8:30 to 9:00 American Town Meeting. -Mr. and Mrs. North Milton Berle Show 9:00 to 9:30 American Town Meeting. Big Town Drama. KGO KGO Light and Mellow KFRC- New s. 9:30 to 10:00 KGO Your Business: 9:45, In the Fam. KQW B. Crosby; 9:45, Comment KNBC My Favorite Story. 10:00 to 10:30 Req'tfully Yrs.; 10:15. S. Roger -Chet Huntley: 10:15, Sports. KGO-KOW- KNBC ! News; 10:15, Pioneer Memories. KFRC F Lewis. Jr. WEDNESDAY MORNING 6:30 to 7:00 KSCO Musical Varieties. 7:00 to 7:30 KSCO Musical Varieties. KGO Music; 7:15, Music for the Fam. KQW Music- 7:25, Interviews. KNBC News; 7:15, Masters of Music KFRC: Hemingwav. 7:30 to 8:00 KSCO News 7:45: Musical Clock KGO James Abbe: 7:45. Z. Manners. KQW Bob Garred. 7:45, Fred Beck. KNBC Pioneers; 7:45, Sam Hayes. KFRC Cecil Brown. 8:00 to 8:30 KSCO Clock; 8:15. Prayer. Farm. KGO Breakfast Club. KQW Katherine Kerry: 8:25. News. KNBC Fred Waring. 8:30 to 9:00 KSCO Two Orchestras, KGO Breakfast Cldb. KQW7 Quiz: 8:45, Rosemarv. KNEC Jack Berch; 8:45, Howdy Neigh 9:00 to 9:30 KSCO News: 9:05, Songs, Music. KGO Welcome Travelers KQW' W. Warren: 9:13. Aunt Jenny KNBC N. Olmsted; 9:15, Kate's Dautr. KFRC Kate Smith. 9:30 to 10:00 KSCO S. C. County Schools. KGO Tom Breneman. KQW Helen Trent: 9:45, Gal Sunday. KNBC Woman's Magazine of Air 10:00 to 10:30 KSCO News: 10:05, Hawaii Calls. KGO Galen Drake: 10:15. Ted Malone KQW Eie Sister: 10:15. Ma Perkins. KNBC Schoolcast: 10:15, Tunes. Tips. 10:30 to 11;00 KSCO Music; 10:45, Organ. KPO True Story: 10:55. B. Crocker. KQW Dr. Malone: 10:45. Guiding Lite. KNBC Tunes, Tips: 10:45, L. Lawton. 11:00 to 11:30 KSCO Ben Lomond. KGO B. Crocker: 11:15, Listening Post. KQW 2nd Mrs. Burton: 11:15, P. Mason KNBC Today's Child; 11:45. Woman in KFRC Cedric Foster. 11:30 to 12:00 Noon KSCO Bins Crosbv: 11:45. Orch. KGO Baukhaee Talks: 11:45. Claudia. KQW' Serial: 11:45. Rose of Dreams. KNBC H.Sloan e: 11:45. Light of World KFRC Queen for a Day 3SAIIC1I TIDES By U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey (Heights in HIGH LOW 9:34 0.4 20:54 2.3 10:47 0.3 21:59 2.8 11:57 0.2 23:21 3.0 12:58 0.0 1 2 3 o -92 16:15 3:10 17:43 4:09 13:57 5:14 19:56 LOW 0:36 13:49 1 :33 14 :32 2:J3 15:07 2:57 13:38 4 9 3.4 4.7 3.4 4.5 3.5 4.5 3.7 2.9 -0.1 2.S -0.2 2.5 -0.3 2.3 -0.3 2.0 -0.1 1.7 0.2 1.4 0.4 1.1 0.8 0.8 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 HIGH 6:16 20:40 7:11 21 :16 8:01 21 :48 . 8 :45 22:18 9:23 22:45 10:02 23:08 10:42 23 :30 ' 11:27 23:48 12:14 ""LOW 6:44 18:30 7:35 19:06 8:34 19:52 9:43 20:56 10:55 22:17 12:04 23:40 13:03 4.5 3.9 4.6 4.0 4.7 4.1 4.8 4.1 4.8 4.2 4.7 4.3 4.4 4.3 4.2 4.4 4.0 3:32 16:06 4:07 16:33 4 -A3 16:59 5:19 17:27 6:00 17:57 HIGH 0:09 13:10 0:35 14:14 1:06 15:36 1 :50 1.3 4.6 3 6 0.5 1.7 0.3 2.2 0.2 2.5 0.0 2.8 -0.2 2.9 -0.5 2.8 -0.7 4.6 3.3 4.7 3.1 4.7 3 2 4.7 3.4 4.8 3 8 4.9 4.0 17:09 2:51 18:25 4:13 19:22 5:34 20:08 LOW 2.4 -0.8 2.0 -0.8 1.4 -0.6 0 8 -0.3 0.4 0.3 0.0 0.8 -0.3 HIGH 6:45 20:46 7:51 21:21 8:51 21:56 9:47 22:31 10:43 23:04 11 :40 23:37 12:40 """LOW 6:59 18:37 7:52 19:22 8:53 20:21 10 :00 21:43 0:53 13 :55 1 :55 14:41 2-41 15:22 3:40 16:01 4 -29 16 .39 5:18 17:17 6:07 5.1 4.3 5.2 4.7 5.2 4.9 5.1 5.1 4.9 5.2 4.5 5.2 4.1 17:56 1.4 HIGH 0:09 13:43 0:46 14:50 1 :2S 16:11 2:15 17:27 5 1 -0.4 2.0 -0.3 2.4 -0.1 2.8 0.0 3.0 3.3 4.9 3 6 4.7 3 5 4.3 3.5 "I EVES EXA3IEVED B. Zwerling, O. D. Optometrist SO PACIFIC AVE PHONE Ml KQ"W 740 kc VITAL STATISTICS DIVORCES Interlocutory HART Arline Har against Jere D. Hart .desertion. TRACY Clarence R. Tracy against Myrtle E. Tracy, extreme cruelty to defendant. plaintiff. ' FUNERAL NOTICES DEARY In Santa Cruz. February 29. 1948, Emma L. Deary, aged 72 years; native of Pennsylvania; sister of Marie Simmons and Josephine B. Weber of Santa Cruz, Amelia Riehm, Cnarles Weber and Harry Weber of Pennsylvania. Funeral arrangements are pending at White's Mortuary. 3-1-lt JOHNSON In Santa Cruz. February 29, 1948, Christian S. Johnson, aged 80 vears; native of Denmark; brother of William Johnson of Minnesota, Fred Johnson of Turlock, Mrs. George Peterson and Mrs. Clara Jacob-son of Minnesota; survived by several nieces and nephews. Services will be conducted at White s chapel, 138 Walnut Ave., Wednesday, March 3 at 2 p. m. with Rev. Raymond Sauire officiating. Committal in Oak-wood cemetery. Friends are respectfully invited to attend. 3-l-2t UNDERTAKES IRVIN M. SMITH FUNERAL DIRECTOR Licensed Since 1908 Phone 2272- Cayuga St. East Santa Cruz " 10-23-motf FLOWERS FERRARI The Florist "The Finest In Flowers 10 Soquel Ave. Phdne 1840 Prompt Delivery 8-4-motf Service FLORAL DESIGNING Elwm S Barnhii I Co. 275 Soquel Ave. 3-1-motf Phone 742 Palomar House of Flowers 4 Palomar Arcade Phone 385 t Floral designs Prompt delivery 6-9-tf FUNERALS GEORGE I. BENTLEY Funeral services for George I. Bentley were held this afternoon at White's mortuary chapel, conducted by Captain Albert Longden of the Salvation Army. Mrs. Arista Mellor sang, "Beautiful Isle" and "Tell Mother I'll Be There." Intefment was in Oak-wood cemetery. Dried snake venom retains poisonous qualities unaltered. its Mules were extensively used in Ancient Rome. toi5iiiiM rnraMiiiM- "' """ " mum INIT.H 43' ' HOME FREEZER rrk " L .w -''I' ' il tVl SZ IARGER CAPACITY vp CVsf . "': LOWER C05T! K X Xr :,t ' f$ ': '-:-r - Three Greet Naw Model I i 14'' : ' ' ' -''"- from which to choose Il J 'ft I ( 1 . - - ' PRICES START AS LOW AS -Qi .269.85 ' f F0R M0DEL C"5 f De Luxe il U T5 ( Model EASY TERMS H h c"10 t I III! nltilllTM- --I-"--- ' " ' - - - --. ,-. r... n... ,, r .. . STOP IN! SEE THEM TODAY! We're proud to say we have the exciting new models of the Deepfreeze home freezer on display in our store now. We're proud to be among the first in the country to show and sell this thrilling new way to better living. , Come in. Let us tell you how the Deepfreeze home freezer freezes and stores food cuts shopping time and food waste. Let us show you all the wonderful new features that make Deepfreeze the big news and the big value in the home freezer market today. Ship Golden Bear Leaves Gibraltar Vallejo, Calif., March 1 (JP) The training ship Golden Bear is "right on schedule" on its goodwill mission to Europe. - The ship sailed from Gibraltar Saturday en route to Marseille. Captain R. M. G. Swany notified Commodore Russell M. Ihrig, command ant of the California State Maritime Academy here, that it would reach the French port March 2. STOCK EXCHANGE Closing Prices Courtesy of Richey, Baikie & Alcantara Stocks & Bonds Direct Private Wire 60 Pacific Ave Phone 812 Industrials . 168.14 up .84 Rails tJ.Jl U.L .J-t 770,000 Volume NEW YORK STOCK American Can "American Telephone . Anaconda Copper Atchison T. & S. F. Bendix Bethlehem Steel Caterpillar Crysler Douglas Aircraft ; General Electric General Motors Goodyear r. Homestake - International Nickel . Kennecott Lockheed '. . Montgomery Ward N. Y. Central Pacific Gas & Elec. Pennev (J.C.) Co Penn. R. R. Sears Roebuck Southern Calif. Edison . Southern Pacific Standard Oil Calif. Standard Oil N. J. Swift Com. Texas Corp. Transamerica Union Oil United Aircraft U. S. Steel Woolw-orth (F.W EXCHANGE 79 149?b 328 893s 27 ,i 31 53'i 56 V . 56 . 32T . 523,4 42 40 2534 44Vi .... ... 495,8 13 - 31 i 38'8 17 .... 333,i 26, 477a' 575S 71'i 313 5334 10"a 223.i , 26 6958 44! BANK STOCKS Bank of America 40,-2"42 Bank of Manhattan 233sfri25 Chase National Bank 33 ft 35 National City Bank 37(y39Vs DAVIES & MEJIA Members New York Stock Exchange Hrs. 6:45 a. m to 4 p m. Private Wires Ticker Service 163 Pacific Ave Phone 4000 FINAL STOCKS New York, March 1 (API-The stock market had some aspect of a March lion today although lamb-like tendencies still were in evidence. LIVESTOCK San Francisco, March 1 (UP) Calves salable 75. Steady. Good and choice vealers largely $26.28. Hogs salable 350. Around S1.50 higher. Three loads good and choice 180-240 barrows and gilts S26.50. Good sows .50 higher at $20.50 down. 'ACIFIC AYE. Corner Cathcart Emma Deary Of North Branciforte Avenue Dies Emma L. Deary, 72, who came to Santa Cruz from Pittsburgh, Pa., in 1918, and who made hex home at 389 1 -z North Branciforte avenue, died in a local hospital yesterday following a short illness. She was a member of the Baptist church. Two sisters, Marie Simmens and Josephine B. Weber, live in Santa Cruz and another sister, Amelia Riehm and two brothers, Charles and Henry Weber live in Pennsylvania. Funeral arrangements are pending at White's mortuary. Pilot Killed In Vallejo Crash Vallejo, March 1 One man was killed and another critically injured yesterday when their rented low wing Ryan monoplane crashed on Russ Island about seven miles south of here. The dead man was identified as Ray Hunt, 36, of Vallejo, an employe at the Benicia arsenal. Critically injured in the crash was Wilbert Thieman, 32, of Val lejo, who was taken to the Vallejo hospital where physicians said his back was broken. Shortly after the plane crashed, Paul Hansmire, a flight instructor, from the Napa airport, sighted the wreckage and Thieman waving. He notified authorities at Napa and i rescue party headed by Sheriff John Claussen evacuapted Thieman by boat. A Hamilton Field air force heli copter sent to the rash scene was unable to remove Thieman because of his broken back. Christian S. Johnson Dies Christian S. Johnson, 80, a native of Denmark, died in a local hospital yesterday. He left Denmark in 1900 and came to Santa Cruz about 1915. He was a retired farmer. His home was at Rt. 3, Box 635. Mr. Johnson was the brother of William Johnson of Minnesota and Fred Johnson of Turlock, and Mrs. George Peterson and Mrs. Clara Jacobson of Minnesota. He is also survived by several nieces and nephews. Rev. Raymond Squire will officiate at services in White's chapel Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment in Oakwood cemetery. V Dual Lighting Sy$tem & Pacific Ave. in- JI3I FARLEY SEES WALLACE AS THREAT Haverstraw, N. Y., March 1 (&) James A. Farley said here the presidential candidacy of Henry A. Wallace "is a challenge to tha Democratic leadership in every state in the nation and, if not prop erly met, will result in a defeat for the Democratic party." Mrs. L. Bernheim who has been living in San Francisco for the past month, has returned to her home, 129 Mountain View avenue. She was accompanied by Mrs. C. O-Kane. Furniture Upholstering and Awnings Made to Order. FREE Pick-up & Delivery & Estimates Anywhere in Santa Crui County. FRIENDLY UPHOLSTERY Phon Boulder Creek 43S-W or Felion 434-J. Write P.O. Box 50 Boulder Creek OTARION HEARING AID Sales - Service We also can service, most other aids. Burgess Radio & Appl. Co. UO Waier St. Ph. 4S2J-J F. & M. RADIO SERVICE 262 Soquel Ave. (cor. N. Branciforte) Service on all types of Radios. Phonograph Combinations and P. A. Systems. Auto Radios a specialty. Work fully guaranteed. Phone 4238. Floyd Forsman,. Prop.: W'm Moser Service Engineer 2 sr Launderette 390 SOQUEI AVE. PH. 4G67-J Your Laundry Washed and 100 Dried within an hour. Pick-up & Delivery Service Open Every Day RADIO REPAIRS Factory tested and approved parts plus years of experience assures you satisfaction on any Radio or Electrical repairs. Government licensed. AH work and parts guaranteed. BURDICK RADIO & APPLIANCE 356 Soquel Ave. Phone 4168 Auto Painting Special Save Money! Have; your car painted now. Offer good 30 days' )U GARBER'S AUTO BODY SHOP SOQUEIrilONE 305 Body Fender Work. Wreck Re-Building Only Deepfreeze gives you ell these sew features Adjustable Temperature Control Temperature Indicator A larm. System Removable Storage Baskets Jce Cube Trey and Serving Trap Counterbalanced lid and Tumbler hock 1 1 1 FffldDMIE 4S)G H i ill

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