OMTUARY Charles Elena Re .si v will he reciled at R p.m. Sunday at Rqardou Brothers Brothers Chapel for Charles; Elena. 401 South D street, who died at. a local hohpital yesterday after a lingering heart illness. Mr, F.leria, born Oct. 20, 1SS8 in Cuii-eo Cuii-eo Cuii-eo Province, Italy, resided in Ox-uard Ox-uard Ox-uard for 40 years. Ho was a re- re- -s-ife -s-ife -s-ife -s-ife ltichardson leave:; his. wife Edith, of Camarilla; a daughter Mrs. fi. R. Cardiol of Lakewocd Calif.; 2 stepsons, John Aughen-baugh, Aughen-baugh, Aughen-baugh, of Minneapolis, ■ Mion and Ijne Aughenbaugh, of Cam ui'illo; a brother, Arthur, of Ox nard; a sister Mrs. Mr. C. Reno, of Oxnard; and one grandchild. IBurial will be in Ivy . 1 Icenietery. red rancher. He leaves Mrs. Catherine Elena, a son, Mike Gapra, 2 daughters, Mr.s.ft WeeKS Left Mary Tappero and Mrs. Neila . Biuta, a brother in South Ainei'- Ainei'- |0 ReOISter fOT lea, 2 sisters in Ilalj', 4 step-| step-| step-| . . J, . . giandcbildron and 2 step-great-l step-great-l step-great-l step-great-l step-great-l NoVeDl DeT VOte hh,;: V,;i/;s..e, j [a!;, .mj'ofl Only ■> weeks arc left in whichf tlic Eagles Lodge of Oxnard. Re-quiem Re-quiem Re-quiem Mhms will be said at Santa Clara Church at 10 a.m, Monday. Kntomhment \vill follow at the S.iiila Clara Mausoleum. Pearl Evans Funeral services for Mrs. Pearl Evans of 210 Willard Way, -Port -Port Hueneme, will be conducted at 11 a.m. tomorrow at. the Mayr Funeral Home in Ventura by Rev. Harold Lid-monds. Lid-monds. Lid-monds. Burial will follow at Ivy Lawn. Mrs. Evans died ul her home early Wednesday after a lengthy illness. She war, born Sept. ?, 1R03. in fisl :. n s> is sun by 1 son and .1 daughters. Albert- Albert- D. Richardson Services for Albeit. D. Rich ardson, 73, who died Wednesday nighl in an Oxnard hospital will lie conducted al Griffin mortuary Monday at 10:30 a.m by a Christian Science reader Mr, Richardson, of 77 Mesa drive Camarillo, died after a lengthy illness. He was horn in Carpin-teria Carpin-teria Carpin-teria in 1883 and was active in ihe Native Sons of the Golden West. A retired accountant, M persons can register to v< the preside i ilia: election Nov. R., [Ye uLy P,.e r t i seis i 'lees llele . I L. Hamm warned toilay that the (lay e.r m 1. e-r e-r e-r l'eee-se.'eliet: l'eee-se.'eliet: l'eee-se.'eliet: is Sept. 13. Voter regislnilicnx mo heinij, taken at the city clerk's officci in city hall, both lire stations,' and at the county elections tie-. tie-. tie-. partmont at the courthouse,! Hamm said. Also, tomorrow and Saturday from 5 lo 0 p.m., registrations will be taken aL McDaniels Market. Market. . Hanun listed these basic ojual-iications ojual-iications ojual-iications for persons who mo' •agister: They must be 21 year. >kl before Lhe election, able t ■end the English language an .vi ile. llicir names, he a cit.i;-r- cit.i;-r- cit.i;-r- cit.i;-r- !)0 days before Ihe election, lie : resident of lhe slate 1 year, r the county fit) days and of 'th. precinct 51 days before the election. election. Persons who .should rcgislr." Hamm said, are those who w: lieconie 21 years old by i\vv. I those who moved since they la-registered, la-registered, la-registered, and those who failc to vote at both the primary am: general elections in 1051.