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OBITUARY NOTICES JOHNSON, JAMF.S EDWARD—Fanera! services for Private First Class James Edward Johnson. 23-year-old eon of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson. Beiridite. wbo was killed in action in the Rouih Pacific May".J,5. 1345. will be held at 1 p;m. Saturday In ^ the Payne and Son Funeral Home with the Reverend Sam Kleinsasser offlciatlnc. Burial will be in Green!a.wn ; Cemetery. ' The remains of the World War II veteran -were recently returned from temporary burial in a military cemetery in Asia at the re- quedt- of the parents. Private Johnson •was born in Blursville. Ga. Ke is survived survived by bis.parents; a brother. Clyde, of Tucson: "and a sister. Mr«. Virginia BAldes. Oildale. Pallbearers will be Tim Sullivan. Majc Poteete. Allen Poteete, Robert. Roundtree. Arthur Johnson. Jr., and Arnold Liech.. LOPJiZ, ZEFBKIXO MARTINEZ—Graveside MARTINEZ—Graveside services for Zeferino . Martinez Lopez. 21. 1133 Fifteenth street. Vl'asco, •who was killed in Wasco March i:. were held : at 11 a.pi. today in the Wasco cemetery. Rosary was recited in the Robert L. Jones Funeral Home chapel ^Monday niffht- The deceased was a native native of Mexico and had been employed as a farm.laborer during the 14. months he lived in ttis country. He is survived " by .his-parents. Mr. and Sirs. Leonardo Lopez 6t Monterrey. Mexico: two brothers. brothers. Elecio and Lorenzo; five sisters. Antonia.; Marie. Juanita, Elena and Socorra.. .all living at home In Mexico: an um'Ie. P. S. Hernandez, of Ix>s Angeles; and wo cousins. Frank Chabira and *: Mrs. Angie Flores. both of \Vasco. BICE. ROY LEE—Funeral services for Roy Lee Rice, 51. 1937 Flower street. who died in his home Tuesday, will be held st 2 p.m. Thursday in the Boushty- Cilboun-O'Meara Chapel, with the Reverend Reverend Lynn A. Woo'd officiating. Cremation Cremation will be, In Bakersfield Memorial i Park. The deceased was a native of San Antonio. Tesas. He was a veteran i of World War 1. He lived In California I since 1305 and had be«n employed aa an iasurame adjuster by tha United Fa- ci'ic Insurance Company. He lived in Bakersfield for the past eight years., Mr. Bite had been active in Boy Scout'*ork. and was scoutmaster of Troop No. 18. Thu senior sroup of his troop.,will- take] psrt in the funeral services. The de-1 ceased' leaves a widow, Mary. , SMITH. HERBERT H.—Funeral services for Herbert H. Smith. 77. retired city tax collector who succumbed yesterday In a southland hospital will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in Payne and Son Funeral Home.- The Bakersfield Lodge. Ko. 224. F. & A. M. will conduct services with Worshipful Master Mike Oldershaw of- fitriaiir,?. Entombment will follow in Bakersfisld Memorial Park. Mr.-Smith was a native of- Pennsylvania and had resided here for 41 years- He Is survived by hia widow. Mrs. Agnes Ormsbee. Smith who resides at the family home, 1122 K street, and a son. Walter/present city tax collector. There are also three daughters. Mrs. Marian Johnson. Bak- «rsfi«W: Mrs. Mildred Mscfcie..Alhambra. and Mrs. Margaret S. Newman, Glendale, Glendale, and a sister. Mrs. Asnea Eastman. Eastman. Philadelphia, and two great grandchildren. grandchildren. Pallbearers will be E.. H. Hcndrickson, W. E. Curry. Henry Eissler. H. D. Heiden, Hugh Nester and Larry Bendsch; , IN APPRECIATION Wa wish to express our appreciation for the kindness and sympathy. of our friends during our recent bereavement and for their b-auli£ul floral offerings. (Signed): Apolinar Musoz and family.