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Boost Beautiful Plumes County Thursday, February 20, Classified Department FARMS AND RANCHES 2000 A. Scott Valley, 100 under cult. 1,- 000,000 pine, $50,000. E. T. Sirens, 614 S. Main, Yreka, Calif. 40 A. good alfalfa land, cheap water, fine for turkeys, chickens. J. L. Prater, Daggett, Calif. FOR SALE--160 acre ranch in - ty, $3,500. P. O. Box 455, San RafaeL Calif . 20--A:_-near--Alpaugh., Fertile, level water. $1,770; $375 down. Si Davis, 700 W. Hous- ton, Vlsalia, Calif. -IAB.-SAS-4}ars 2-B:  R. house, DhI. gar. $20,000, 80 A&apos;s, $35.000. A. H. Tyrer. Box 64, Calnbasas. Calif. -ACRES-OF-GRAPES in El-Caj0n Valley, near San Diego, $5,000. SGT. STOCKETT, L. S. U., Baton Rouge 3, Louisiana. 16)-ACREPUmp well dug, 10W lifL Elec' trio power soon; sandy loam, good spud ground; machinery. See it, bargain. ED R. McCALL , Beryl, Utah dairy or ideal dude ranch. Details on re- quest. A. H. Hanson, Route 2, Box 390A, Portland, Oregon. riv. frntge., 7 a. prunes, fmn. orch. Fish, hunt. 6 rm. rood, fur. hse., plnty wtr. Farm equip., bldgs. $20,000. TeTns. A, bit- ten, Umlas, Ore. 2650 Acres AI livestock ranch. 4 chicken ranches, fully equip. U. S. 101 hwy. busi- ness frontage. 3 Apple. and prune orchards. Leo 8, Lueero, 1612 Redwood Hwy, rio., sn Boss, Calif. FOR SALE--44 acre ranch consisting ai' mends, apricots, plums and grapes. 2 bed- room house and many other outbuildings, including all equipment. Has grossed $44,- 000 in past 6 years. Price $46,000.. Terms. FRED E. IRELAND --$_59 MIn St., Santa Paula, CallI. HOME-A-ND INCOME 2 acres of valenclas, chicken equipment for 3500 birds. Good small house, guest house, also building 24:<26. Yard nicely landscaped. $15,000. Terms. George W. fSecord, Realtor, 3810 E. Colorado St., Pasa- derm. Calif. C--El-rai- near Petaluna, - 9 -acres, attractive, four-room home with view; pic- turesque property; 2 wells, completely equipped, brood houses, cow. truck; an op- portunity for independence; this is good. $9.000 down handles. Lataple & Lataple, 1516 Solaao, Berkeley 6, Calif, LAndscape 6-1046. FOR SALE 216 ACRES NEAR GONZALES, CALIFORNIA 160 acres sandy loam under irrigation, pump and underground concrete pipes, 46 acres pasture. Fine home and build- ings. Lease expires Nov. 30, 1950, option three more years. $5,000 cash rent. Pries $100,t0.00. Lafranehl Realty Company, Box 19, Gonzales, California. FOR SALE ...... 160 acres alfalfa; 4 room house; 2 wells, each 107 inch; 80 acres, second year, 69 acres new planting; 11 acres pasture. Price $80,000 Including complete machinery for growing and harvesting alfalfa; Also grain combine and row crop equipment. Books audited, open to inspection. Terms. Two miles from Indio on paved road. Details: upon request. Also other properties. Tele- phone Beaumont 151 or 202, or write Mrs. Corfield, P. O. Iox 773, Beaumont, Calif.._ REAL ESTATE--BUS. PROP. AUTO COURT SITE, $"2,500. Hiway ft. 150 ft. No other courts within 20 miles. Otto Van Horn. Paso Rubles, California. BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR SALE: Well equipped hotel, 3 apt's, and living qt's. for owner. In good oil town. Income $325.00 monthly. Full price $15,LD0Terms. J. Alll- son, 247 E. Durlan St., Coalinga, Calif. WANTED l:O BUY GUINEA PIGS WANTED: All sizes top prices. Phone Richmond 4885. Write for price list. P. O. Box 7. San Pablo, Calif. Headquarters for Rabbit Sktns. Top prices paid all yr. Malt order solicited. H. R. Greene, P, O. l,x 133, Van NUyS. Calif. LIVESTOCK -I'R1Es, dairy herds. All kinds and places: Trey. Moore Sales Serv., Box 608, Hynes, CAlif. NEvIa 61334. bQuarter Horse, 2 beautiful yearling colts, y these, raise and train "(hem yourself. $i,000 for the pair. Owner, J. Homer IIllll- man, San M|gne|, Callfornlu. Want to fatten-500 to 700 head beef cattle or fenced blue grass meadow. May 20th. Northern Nevada. Write JOF V. FARNIIA.[ Woodland, Calif. Box 607 FOR SALE Registered Belgian Horses Stallion, Count de Thielt No. 26226, six years old, a proven sire; 1 to 3 year old llles. A few mares,in foal. Also some fine grade stock and a six year old stock horse, well broke. Rancho Se.pe, Fllhnore, Calif. REAL ESTATE--MISC. Sate or Trade--5 acres modern house, healthy, no fog. A. Gray, 2nd House on Ave. S. S off E. 40 St. Palmdale, Calif. Resort Property Approx. 30 A. Highway & river frontage. Nr. Sequoia. Write Floyd A. Hill, BOX 11, 3 Blvers, Calif. San Francisco East Bay Homes $4,500 to $25,000. Farms 2 acres to 3600 acres $300 per acre up. Industrial land on S. P, R. R. and U. P. R. R. Subdivision land up to 20 acres. E. B. Hedges, Ceoirville, Ala- meda County, Calif. ]tlow Colfax, Calif., among pines, altitude 2,000, 5 rms. just nnished, sealed with knotty pine; outbldgs., fine spring water system by gravity flow; some acreage. $10,- 000. Irene Bruner, at. 1, Box 682, Colfax, Cal. ]POULTRY, CHICKS & EQUIP. IMM. del/v, baby and started chicks. Pullo- rum tested. Peterson Hatchery, Terra Bells, ltforn[a. MeCLEARY'S NEW IIAMPSHIRE Baby Chicks $17,00 per hundred, postpaid, Me- Cleary ilatehery, Uterine, Calif. POULTRY Pays! Learn h0w, Production llne methods. More money. Less work. Send post card for free booklet "Seven Keys to Poultry Profits and Fryer Producers' Yardstick." to Poultry Advisory Service, Room 116, 1049 S, Olive, Los Angeles, 15, Calif. PETALUMA HATCHERY Ilestbllshed, Owned and Operated Sines IS02 by L. W. Clark Hatching every week. 4A White Lethe,s, New Hampshlres, Barred Plymouth Rocks, Also Broad Breasted Bronze turkey poufS. ducklings and goslings in season. Infur- matlon on request. PETALUMA HATCHERY BOx 155Wo Petalunm, Calif. RNES HATCHEIY The Home of Good Chicks. Hatched to Live and Bred to Lay. Dryden's Leghomls. (hr: tie's N. I-L Reds. We produce all,our o eggs. Leghorn hens, 2 to 4 yrs. old. N. v/ Reds Hens 1 to 3 yrs. old. Straight run or sexed Pullets. Day-old Leghorn Cockerels. We have opening--from Jan. to May. Order now and get your favorite date of delivery. Barnes Hatchery & Pullet Farms 1842 I[lagei Ave. Phone 84Z Ilayward, Calif. PERSONAL Y-ownBaby's Sh-oesinRronze $2.95 a pair. Write us for literature. Continental Bwe, 5855 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood CMIf .... - ................ :,:CLOTHING, FURS, ETC. Includes state tax and postage STOCKING SHOP : 050 Carmel-by-theTSea, CaJIL FARM MACHINER & EQUIP. WffTERN BED CEDAff. FENCE POSTS Sale by Carloads. BONNER CEDAR CO., nd!mfln_t,_ldaho Egg Bargain Brown eggs are a bargain at any season if the price is lower than the price of white eggs of the same size and grade. There is no difference in food value between white and' brown eggs. Home Building Two dwellings are built in towns of 25.000 population and under, for every single home that is built in cities of more than 25,000, corn- meats "Practical Builder." MISCELLANEOUS Oil leases and royalties for sale in very promising areas in northwestern Oklahoma. O. le.. EIHs, Woodward, Oklahoma BOOKS BY MAIL, postpaid. Three $2-- eight, $5, Tell likes, or try surprise assort- ment. Cash with order GEORGE FORE- MAN,0_ lenz0n _, San Jose 11, California. PICTURES hand co]o'e<] in--)il, w0rk guar- anteed, or send card for prices. Also copies made at special prices. JET, 426 So. "tb St., Kinmath FaNs, Ore. BalioonsArmy targets inflated 3 feet in diameter. Flies better than a kite. Chil- dren love them, 29e postpaid. HARR FREEDMAN, Box 68, Revere, Mass. Heaters, Eleetrolul Befrlgerators, Burners. If It's for LPO We Have It---Wholesale-- Retail. Butane Ltd., IS04 S. Main Street. Los Angeles 15, CaUfornia. AL-UV- e nis Stel sheets, all sizes and guages. Strip steel, i hot and cold rolled. Also corrugated alum- i inure sheets. A & G Metal praducts, 122"/ W. Anaheim, Long Beach, Calif. Phone 74736. TRADE OR SALE--1946 Taylorcraft side- by side deluxe. Special upholstery and trim. 24 gallon fuel capacity. Will take automobile or airplane in trade. Write DAVID FIFE, 2123 IV. Rose Street, Stock- to_azScsn: rhoae a-5272. .............. CULVERT PIPE New alvanized corrugated nested type 24"'-30"=48"diam. Regular price $2.56, $3.18, $6.83 our special price while they last $1.92, $2,38, $5.12. Mail Order a specie ty. California Pipe & 5Iachlnery Co., 1250 East Shore Highway, Berkeley, Calif. Ph. LAnd- cape 5-2600. G.M.C. Diesel Motors. Have twins or singles. Will mount tO suit customer or install in truck. These units have only been run 20 to 30 hours. Will fit all heavy duty army model trucks. Twins 450 H.P. single 240 H.P.P.O. Box 327, or Phone 151. GEORGE M. HAY Lovelock, Nev. FOR SALE NEW STEEL CHANNEL IRON 15inx33.91bs.x18 6 25 pieces ' ' 58 pieces 15in,x33.91bs.x22'6" 57 pieces 15in.x33.91bs.x31'6" CONDITION VERY GOOD Slight Layer of Weather Rust. N. CIRCOSTA IRON AND METAL CO. .)450 Alameda St. S.F. UN. 793 BUSINESS "& INVEST. OPPOtt. SHOE REPAHt SHOP. Low rent. Good buslimss. Only shop in town. Other inter- est--2!:2'-B-OX-5-96'0LE--T-A'-ck!IF'-- trol over A-bombs, long-range rock- FOR SALE--71 room betel, netting $1,500 per month, located in Ventora, Calif. Price ets and other mass destruction $135,000. Would rather trade for citrus ranch. Fred E. Ireland, 959 Main St., Sant, weapons. The Russians, on the oth- Paula, Calif. FOR S XE=-o pie-t--i-%-o hotel located on 101 Hi Way, Coffee Shop. Price $25,000, terms one half cash. BABCOCK BROKERAGE __FONE fl0e, _Paso_ Robles, Calif. AUTO court; 11 cabins, grocery store, post office, ice cream fountain, ice plant. 3 gas pWaps; 3 acres almonds, all for $35,000. Will take $20,000 down, 15 miles south uf Red Bluff on 99W highway. nOblER & SPILLMAN Richfield, California HELP WANTED--MEN VACUUIVl cleaner salesman, experienced. Sell new tank type cleaner this territory. Generous commission, independence. Splen- did opportunity for high, earnings and fu- ture. Write FILTEX Sales. 2501 14th Ave.. Fiitex Bldg., Oakland, Calif. SEEDS, PLANTS, ETC. FOR SALE--1O,000 Persimmon Seedlings, Diospyros Lotus. H. n. WI/soa, 2401 Proctor Ave., Puente, California. COLEMAN'S PRESIDENT strawberry )lants. IIighest yield finest flavor best ?REEZER totally yellows resistant adapt all Calif. any soil State Inspected. $5.00- 100, $25.00-1,000. Prepaid Calif. Quantity rates. Coleman Sutton Nursery Rt. 7 Box 563, Fresno, Calif. BULBS to plant NOW 12 Gladiolus all different ........................ $1.00 12 Tulips, 4 varieties ............................. 12 Daffodils, 3 varieties ..a .................... 75 12 Ixia, new variety ................................. 50 100 Baby Glads., mlxed ........................ 2.50 SPECIAL above coliectlon ........................ 5.00 I00 Baby Glads (10 varieties each) ...... 3.50 6 each of Jeanie, biyrna, Picardy, Shirley Temple, Midway, Yellow Emperor. Choice EXCELLENT ...... 5.98 Address BULBS, P. O. Box 548 San Francisco, Calif. BERRIES--FLOWERS Dahlias and Gladiolus Free List on Request ROSELAWN NURSERY Tehachapi, California PHOTOGRAPIE Photograpl, old prints and 12ntypa ex- pertly copied and reproduced in any slu. Charges most reasonable. Writs for ortc tlA-L V. LEWIS PHOTOGRAPHIC 00. 213 W. Ilth STR. LOS &NGELES, 15, CA]LIFORNIJk STAMPS Attention-Stamp Collectors MODERN MONARCHIES PACKET--King Farouk (Egypt No, 234) Bi-colors, Abys- sinia, Siam, Greece Thirteen Kings includ- ing Romantic Ab(dicator, Boy King. Only Heutral King of Workl. iI, Equally Inter- eating to Junior or Advanced Collectors. 10e to SERIOUS APPROVAL APPLICANTS ONLY. MUTUAL STAMP SERVICE 5145W Village Green LOs Angeles 16,. Calif__= ] COLOSSAL BARGAIN---e2 and $5 ostage stamps. S. Vincent. Llontserrat, Aden Bosnia, Tangier, etc., I0c to approval ap- plicants.. CLARK, BOX_544, Muskegon, Mich___* BUILDING MATERIALS 'S-CREEN CLOTil, bronze wire 18 mesh, 36" wide in rolls el 100'. $30.00 per roll f.o.b. Oakland, Calif. Woodcraft Supply Co. WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS Accidents Kill 100,000 in 1946; S tate Department M ap s P rog ram; Seek Presidential Term Cur ) xosses, medical expenses, overhead cost of insurance for accidents, pro- duction "delays, industrial damage and property damage frbm traffic mishaps and fires, the economic loss was estimated at over 5 bil- lion dollars. Automobile aceidents claimed 33,- 465 lives; falls, 27,800; burns, 10,- 2G0; drownings, 7,300; railroads, 3,- 928; firearms, 31,109, and scheduled domestic air travel, 107. Only 1.2 passenger deaths were recorded for every 100 million passenger miles 22 Madlmm Stre,'t TWluoaks 0975 va am '.! "  - ....... __. __ cove.d by c.,mercl, air hoes. MEAT cases, walk-in-boxes, store fixtures, i prompt delivery. Woodcraft Supply Co., 2Z Wrr'l- T lr rlLl"S S rT Ma, dlson Street, Oaklaud, California. TWin- ]V .L ll][fl. : oaks 0975, 1 INSTRUCTION- Hit British Pact Jewelry-M'f'g ! Approved for Veters, ns in ........  -a m Itn l g Secretary of the Treasury lltloae slng, leJlgravmg, i a e g,  DIe and Model Malting i nyder s protest to London over L. A, School ot Jewelry M[g. I terms of an agreement with Argen. 1007 W. 6th -- e. KOONS -- el. 5472 tina Los Angeles, Calif. tT-A.--aP Under the disputed pact, Argen- _ :i.J.v ;.--...--. .... kw -3 tina would be able to draw on funds POWER unit, 120-208 voR, A, zo ., phase, 60 cycle, 1,800 RPM, Onan direct ,owed her by Britain in years when connected 6 cylinder GMC en 'no; nas con- trol panel, ammeter, voltmeter, rheostat: the latter sold more than she bought on skids, weatier nroof housing, new, used from the South American nation, but 2 robS. Price $1,700. the money would have to be spent within the British empire. In this manner, Britain would prevent Ar- gentina from draining valuable for- eign currency, like U. S. dollars. Snyder contended that the agree- ment violated the 34 billion dollar loan recently granted Britain in that feleasecl by Western Newspape, Unlon EDITOR'S NOTE: When oplnlons arc expressed In these columns, they are those of Western Newspaper Unton's news analysts and not necessarily of this newspaper.) ;iiiii!i::i::::ii i::iiiiiiii: ............ !!!.. .............  Russian Delegate Andrei Gromyko (left front) explains Soviet stand on disarmament while Alexander Cadogan of Britain (center} nd Warren Austin of the U. S. (extreme right) listen attentively. U.N.: it would prevent the free flow oi trade promised in the deal. Should How to Disarm? Britain extend the same provisions Sick m war, the U. S. and Rus- to India, Egypt and other countries, sia remained sold on world disarm- it would tend to choke free trade. In answering Snyder, the British ament, but as the two great pow- ers in conflicting camps, they locked government declared it had no in- horns on procedure, tention to apply the terms to future The atomic bomb remained the trade pacts, nub of the problem. The U. S. Marriage Aid insisted that no adequate system of collective security could be devised Alarmed by the rising divorce until establishment of effeetive con- rate, the British Labor government proposed a new welfare service de- voted toward stabilizing marriage. Bannered by the London press, the er hand, wanted the U. S. to sur- proposal attracted the keen inter- est of parliament. render the A-bomb and.disarm at the same time. Declaring that the service should U. S. military experts reason that not be a state institution, the gov- ernment suggested that it be de- should the U. S. give up the atomic bomb without securing effective veloped through existing facilities of control and scrap ships, airplanes religious and charitable organiza- and tanks simultaneousIy, Russia lions receiving state aid. In many would have a distinct advantage in instances, wise counsel may solve case of future hostilities since she difficulties arising from tempera- could quickly remobilize her ground mental differences or the ordinary forces. Thus, stripped of effective problems of the day and prevent communication and power, the U.S. marital splits, it was said. would stand empty-handed at the At the same time, the govern. other end of the world, merit said, there is need of educe- No responsible official could stem- tion for marriage, parenthood and ach that prospect, family life through enlightened co- operation of parents, teachers and [ pastors. Engaged couples should Mishaps Take Bi Toll receive specific instruction and , guidance before taking their vows, it added. Home, sweet home continued to be the most dangerous place in 1946, STATE DEPARTMENT: National Safety council reported in    re'sa"ve Aims its roundup of accidents for the year. No less than 34,000 persons While Secretary of State Marshall were killed in their homes and over called for early congressional action 5,000,000 incurred disabling injuries, on his request for full aid to the In all, 100.000 persons were killed hungry in war-stricken areas over- and 10,400,000 injured in accidents seas, the senate foreign relations for 1946, with an average of 1 out committee indicated it would hold of 13 people in the U. S. suffering off consideration until receiving ex- a disabling mishap. Based on wage President Hoover's report on food requirements for Germany. Marshall made his request in a statement to the committee listing tke department's legislative pro- gram. Other action sought in- cluded: --Senate approval of the Balkan peace treaties signed in Paris Feb- ruary 10. --Authorization for the St. Law- rence seaway. --Legislation for entry of dis- placed persons into this country. --Tax exemptions for persons making gifts to the U.N. PRESIDENCY: Rush Curb Mustering its full strength, the Republican majority in congress pushed for passage of a bill by Rep- resentative Michener (Rep., Mich.) for limiting a president to two terms. Denying Democratic charges that the measure was "anti-Roosevelt," the GOP contended it was designed to curb the growth of autocratic power and put a historic U. S. tradi- tion into law. Michener urged speedy action on the measure to allow state legisla- tures now in session to ratify it as a constitutional amendment. In addition to congressional approval, three-fourths of the 48 states must ratify before it becomes effective. Should congress delay, Michener said, many legislatures may adjourn to 1949 before being able to act upon the proposal. Meanwhile, President Truman in- jected himself into discussion of the presidency by proposing that con- gress change the rules of succession o permit the speaker of the house to take over when the chief executive gives up office and no vice president exists. Under present law, the sec- retary of state succeeds in such a situation. Elevation of the speaker would permit the advancement of an elective offieer, Mr. Truman said. Appliances Find Place in U. S. Homes L. A. HICKS Oakharst, California ELECTRICAI-EQUIPMENT- ELECTRIC PLANTS 20 NEW Kohler, 1,500 watt. 115 volt A.C. 4 cylinder gasoline engine, water cooled, manual starting, $3.50 f.o.b. Portland, Ore- gon, including $115 spare parts. NOIICO- BOARDMAN CO., P. O. Pox 3650, San Francisco, C aflf. ...... Fix Poor Heels When heels wear over, have them repaired immediately. Otherwise the shape of the shoe may be ruined permanently, and worse still, the wearer may suffer from faulty posture Daily Fire Tell Every day there are 1,000 home fires, 28 deaths by fire, 130 store fires, 100 factory fires, 7 church fires and 3 hospital fires, according to the National Fire Protection as- s0ciatiom Luxuries of years ago are commonplaces in the American home to- daT, the National Family Opinion organization reported after a nation- wide survey for marketing interests. More than 93 per cent of American homes have electric irons; 90 per cent have radios, while 15.9 per cent have combination radio-phonographs. Almost 36 per cent of the homes have electric mixers and 11.5 per cent have electric roasters. Among the heavier electrical appliances, vacuum cleaners are most popular, with 61.8 per cent of the homes possessing them. Washing ma- chines are close behind, being found in 59.7 per cent of the homes. Fully automatic washer8 are owned by 5.4 per cent of the families. Electric sewing machi;,es are distributed tlough 39.1 per cent of the homes. SEWING CIRCLE PATTERNS lroblems, free pattern printed book. Price 25 SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN 709 Mission St., Saa Francisco, Enclose 25 cents In coins for pattern desired. Pattern NO. Name Address 11.18 LOWING buttons circling one shoulder and one hip highlight this enchanting junior dress. It has a gala spring air and will fit hand- somely into your spring-through- summer wardrobe plans. Use a soft solid tone, flower-sprigged fab- ric, or all white. Pattern No. 8080 is designed for sizes 11, 12, 13, 14, 16 and 18. Size 12, cap sleeve, 3, yards of 35 or 39-inch. The Spring Issue of FASHION contains a wealth of sewing information for every home sewer. Fashions by top-flight de- signers, easy to make styles, tips on closet DOES WONDERS CONSTIPATED Famous cereal keeps "regular" without Discouraged about you stipation? 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