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Oakland Tribune, F riday, Sept.', 1944 P.A.C.UsesNazi IPoIitical Notes NEGOTIATED JAPAN PEACE MEANS U S. DEFEAT: HOUSER ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL NOTICE RESOLUTION NO. 41938 BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors of the. County of Alameda, State of California, that said Board of Supervisors propose, and said Board of Supervisors does hereby propose to the qualified electors of the said County of Alameda, that the Charter of said County of -Alameda be amended to provide "by ordinance for a system of monthly benefits for Deace officers who are KillYonrPiles! Ot course yoo can't shoot Pllas, hut wlthii a few minutes after the first application. CMns-Roid usually starts fighting the ego-niea of Files In t ways: 1. Soothes and eaaei pain and itehinf. 1. Help shrink eore, awol-lea tiseues. . Promotes healing by comforting Irritated membranes and alleviate! nerroiuneas due to Piles. Has helped thousands while they worked and enjoyed life in N.S.G.W. Will Hear Warren F.-R. REGIME 'TIRED Tactic, Claim And Comment WRECK CAN'T SAVE 40pnlnt!iwcTXepubTBan cam NATION; BROMFIELD . By DOROTHY WILLIAMS Japan, must be reduced to a third-rate power, militarily and economically if. we are to win the . peace, and any semblance of a negotiated ancient Egypt to the. present day" "It is the duty of every voter, and particularly the woman voter LOUISVILLE, Ky, Sept 8-(U.R-Miss Marion E. Martin, the G.O-P.'s paign headquarters in the .17th Assembly District to aid in activities in support of the Dewey-Brlcker greater comfort. Oet CMM-Soid from you employees of the County of Alameda Gov. Earl Wan-erT was scheduled nals todiT under nosltive susrenteHB P' aeath or disability suffered In as she takes a "position of new of complete satlsl action or moaey beckn the line of duty, by adding Section Dpa't wait. Fight your We-jniMry with U4 taid Charter thread as foU arag today aa inajilfoEjomprj LOUISyilXE, Ky.Sept 8,tM Na 1 womajy-todaywarned.i historic importance, to aid in re eetmg-irt"he.JdDjialdffrsriH3iwas.a ming thosfr-powers ta uifcpeopieJ.; eitelne, ear 10 'the-'Native Song "and daughter -of the Golden West in commemora tion ol California's admittance to fee Union 94 years ago. The banauet. which will he held In the Leamington- Bowl, will start at T o'clock. Governor Warren wiu apeak at 8:15.' His talk, on "California Today," will be broadcast over Station KLX Sharing the : speaker's 'platform will be Joseph R. Knowland, past frand president ol the Native sons, who Will speaK on Admission fay and California's memorable past. The welcome of the city will-be expressed by Mayor John F. Slavich and the county greetings oy supervisor Harry - Bar tell. Other sneakers , will Include Cnmdr. Howard McKinley. U.S.N.R.; CoL Clarence F. Horton, A.A.F., and Capt Gary P. Minor, U.S.M.C NOTABLES. INVITED Invitations also have' been ex- tended to city and county officials and a number or tn t organization's errand officers, among them: Grand SectyrSallie R. Thaler, Grand Trustee Marion E. White, Grand In-side Sentinel Raymond P. Burke, Grand Past Pres. Sue J. Irwin and Past Grand President Edward I. Schnarr. The colors will be pre sented by the Green Patrol, and the musical background - by Charles Fredericks. The banquet will be Oakland nly Admission Day observances, except for participation in a Statewide bond drive arranged by the Native Sons and Daughters as a wartime substitute for the parades and festivals of former years.; OTHER B&OlHg y ;, , With a goal of purchasing a fleet of B-29 Super-Fortresses, War Bonds will be sold in booths all over the State nd in Oakland, from a stand on Broadway near 18th. Booths also will be in -operation In Berkeley, Alameda, the Fruit-vale district, San Leandro and Hay-ward. This activity is under the direc tion Of Co-Chairmen Mrs. William Murden and Mrs. William Luhr, Richard McCarthy, first grand vice-president of the Native Sons, will act as master of ceremonies at the banquet, arranged by special Admission Day committee. As a part of their observance of California's birthday, members of the organization also will pay visits to the Red Cross blood -donor center today and tomorrow. WW WONDER what those new teeth will look like when they come in I Nutritionists realize that to insure sound teeth and strong, straight Jxnes...growlng fellas like you need EXTRA CALCIUM... con-tiderably more than just the mini, mum governmental requirement! Have you been getting it? DOES your Mom know about glv. ing you Cocomaltwhh your meals? Sayi Cocomalt is so rich in calcium, it makes three glasses of milk equal a whole quart in calcium value, ..gives you that important "extra" I (Also extra iron, phosphorus, and Vitamin Bi and your day's need of Vitamin Dl) And boy, will you love luscious, chocolatey Cocomalt! Better ask Mom to get a. jar today t t bmpini Mpoor In i-om. gut tl milk or EXTRA Calcium! viz and ' quarrelsome - and politically shifty. . wreck, scarred and vdv vided by bitter feuds." . y Speaking to delegates to the , bi ennial convention of the National Federation of Women's Republican Clubs, which released the text of his iiddress, Author Bromfield rapped as "manifestly; absurd" claimit that "the Democratic party is in its present form liberal party, I do not believe,- he said, "that the Democratic party can rescue us out cl the economic social and no litical morass into which it has led us for the past 12 years. "Most of our troubles and the much graver ones which threaten us in 'the future have come out of the fact that the New Deal party under Mr. Roosevelt has sought to mix totalitarian and democratic government and they mix no more tnan oil ana water." OLD LINE DEMOCRAT -"I hope you will bear in mind,' Bromfield told -the delegates. ". , . that the speaker is by tradition and conviction an active member of the Democratic party who will this year, for the first time in his life. vote for a Republican candidate for President am here tonight only because I believe with deep sincerity that four more years of the present, tired, compromised and divided Administration would - be a calamity for the Nation," he continued "and that a change of administration will serve to forestall and to defeat the division, fear and confusion upon which the .New. Deal; has built Its whole career," Citing the Democratic convention as "one of the most shameful spec tacles in the History of American politics," the author said he. thought the "proceedings made up the minds of at least three or four million Democrats to step over the line In 1944 and vote for Governor Dewey." NOT INDISPENSABLE Bromfield. who touched on "Mr. Roosevelt's indispensability as com mander In chief," declared, "it is preposterous to say that among the countless brilliant and informed men in this great Nation that only one can ao tne jod. The American people the indus trial workers, the farmers, the industrialists, the every-day citizen. he continued, "have made an amaz ing record of production in the war.' 1 think it can be said with honesty and truth that they achieved - this record not because of the leadership, of Mr. Roosevelt and the efficiency of, his administration, but despite the lack of leadership and euiciency. ,' "Indeed," the author-farmer com mented, "a.total lack of these things wouia nave maae tne jod easier lor the American people." He cited what be termed "Mr. Roosevelt's lack of faith in the people." HITS 'HUSH-HUSH' : - "The blackest secrecv at interna. tional conferences is imposed not or otner governments but bv our own, by Mr.; Roosevelt, himself," BromrieicL continued, outlining the international food conference, the refugees conference in Bermuda, the conference at Teheran, the Dumbar ton uaics conference as examples. "What Is needed is not a new deal," he asserted, "but a fresh pack, ciean, new ana strong. , , A new, sensible, able and vieorous admin. istration. . . to clean house and to put business in order- once more." 1 believe. Bromfield mnrinrfoH "that the men to do the job of cleaning nouse is Thomas E. Dewev who is a specialist at cleanine nut unsavory Tenants." San. Pablo Circus To Feature Festival SAN PABLO.- - Sent. 8. Call. fornia's admittance into the Union will be celebrated here with a circus tomorrow night. All concessionaires, performers, committeemen and many of the guests will appear in Fiesta Day apparel reminiscent of the days of '49. A parade scheduled for 2 p.m. tomorrow will start the windup of the circus festivities. Escorted by motorcycle police, vehicles, including engines from the San Pablo Fire Department, clowns and cowboys, will proceed from San Pablo to Richmond. The Market Street School audi torium will be the scene of the Admission Day celebration, scheduled for 8:15 p.m. It will be held simultaneously with the carnival going on in the school grounds. The entertainment is sponsored by the San Pablo Recreation Commission. Proceeds will be utilized in recreational programs for both juveniles and adults of San Pablo. Reunion Is Held WALNUT CREEK, Sept 8. George W. Jones of Walnut Creek and his sister, Mrs. Eva Benest, met again after 22 years when Mrs. Benest, who is a Minot. North Dakota, businesswoman, came West for visit. STOP S I J 4 le 12 hours longtri Creates j softwrt, hans-fl! fJ At parent suction I MuaotM cuihton! p;-vyimejeepi.jt;aB-i;iuDSiJ)er( that the Congress of 'indastrial -Or. ganizations' Political Action Committee is engaged in a "long range program to subvert democracy." "The P.A.C..JS employing "Nazi tactics by urging that pupils in California grade schools be taught trade unionism," Miss Martin de clared. "Our schools are dedicated to training our children to think rather than to follow. Any attempts to in doctrinate our children with dog' mas violates one of our most precious heritages." Miss Martin, Republican National Committee assistant chairman, re' minded her listeners that "the pub' lie schoolroom is on&of the American institutions closest to the hearts of the Nation's women." ' She called upon her audience to point out in campaign arguments that "the same organization which is mploying these. un-American pressure methods," is supporting rresiaeni itooseveit Miss Martin's attack on P.A.C. came as the federation was readying its zi-gun welcome lor Gov. and Mrs. Thomas E. Dewey. The former's address caps the. organiza tions nrsi wartime meeting; G.O.P. Assures Peace, Women's Meet Told I LOUISVILLE. Kv Sent. 8. m "What hope for peace." Is the orv nf the women of America, Werner W. Schroeder, of Illinois,, vice-chairman of the Republican National Commit tee, aeciarea in a sneecn nremrui for delivery here today.; , . -inert is but one a n iw e r," Schroeder told members of the' Na tional Federation of Women" tj publican Clubs.. "Under tha Niw Deal the hope for peac is no greater than the broken premises of the New Deal under the Republican j i : .... . . uuimnisirauon tne nope lor peace wm oe luiiy reanzea. ' Dallas Convention 'Political Dynamite' WASHINGTON: Sont. R ICP The Texas Democratic Convention next Tuesday in Dallas, with itx Im pending showdown between pro and anu-Kooseveit Tactions, will be eagerly watched from this distant vantage point by most of the State's congressional delegation. There is doubt whether nnv nf tha Texas congressmen will be on hand when the question of selecting presidential electors mmw henro ths Texas Assembly. A poll of the State's 21 representatives and two senators found only three who mieht attend tha rnnnan. tion. All ardent Roosevelt backers, they are Speaker Rayburn and Representatives Wright Patmon: and Lyndon B. Johnson. Many of the Texas delegates, observing that the convention is filled with political dynamite, privately admit they fear their participation might stir up bitter feelings that would haunt them as long as they sougnt to remain in public office. Parties Evasive on Peace, Says Willkie NEW VORK, Sept. 8. Wendell L. WUikie, the Republican standard bearer in 1940, has accused both major parties with ,J?eing evasive about peace in their 1944 platforms. Both, he wrote in Collier's Magazine; presented an "irreconcilable paradox" by promising lasting peace witnout loss of sovereignty. P.A.C. Forms Church Group Backing F. D. R. NEW YORK. SeDt. 8.-The Na- tional Citizens' Political Action Committee announced todav the formation of the Religious Associates and invited members of the clergy and laity to join it in sup-port of President Roosevelt Democrats to Vote Dewey, Redeem Party CANTON, N.Y., Sept 8.-Thomas J. Curran, Republican candidate for the Senate from New York, said here today that many Democrats would vote for Dewey "to redeem their party from the conglom eration ot dissident elements which it has become." IICCC1II REIICCFiom ois- iitiuiuii ni.ui.ri i COMFORT OF! OIJSTIPAflGI tull. cnuikr. mwomfortrtto thstl hiw too may omrtlraM fol from oooMlond conittpcUont ut you ion't him to put up with It. Oet war-to-UIn I1H88 NATIVE HKM18 TABLETS tt dnilfl. You should fnl bright uid chipper wilou hrrhtl luntlTM "let", (Kutljr, thoroiiiihlr nd itomnchlc hlttm hols .ntllma Anv tomnonrv lounf nn.tl( (Jim toeonnllpatioD. A funlly lUndhy dr HO rnrn. Million or tablets mid jntiy. Trial Mm only 2Se. Kconomv Hlxm Afetafwt'il 911 f9nn ,h.,fli ,a..tinM. Uioniri pi lee utTiururDDeTiPirTe iuwh ,wmvv iiniiih iia.i(wf inwfca.i Dom load eurdl in jroar 'stomaahf Eiocm Midity is prohtblr at th not of trouble. RAM 06 REJUVINO ALKAL1ZER tnliM cid with 7 seotio, tootbioi sntiHUid: Buy S bottf at roar nnnhborbood dnititon today. Not almoat immediate wdiel. Safe- Mitn. VHIWIIIWIIIW J Relief frani... Suniurn Sanbars caa be nrkmit Care far it with Taselins Petreleam Jelly M the flrst aid treatment for baras s4 ea ear satUefmlsl - ac3Ss-fiSrSMH CoTmtyRublieaireiitaiai'ei mittee. , . Offices at 3445 San Pablo Avenue wiil be -under the supervision of Mrs. Helen Z. Schuck, assisted by Mrs. Beniece Gayles, while Henry Tweed, president of the 17th District Republican Assembly, and A. O. Mc Laughlin .will be in charge of quar ters at 820 14th Street The i Albany Democratic Committee-opened headquarters at 846-A San Pablo Avenue in that community yesterday under the direction of Mrs. Jean Frederick, campaign secretary. A committee meeting open to the public will be held at Albany High School at 8 p.m., September 14, according to Mrs. Minnie Lou Eakin, State committeewoman. Judge Louis Hardie will preside and speakers will include party officials elected at the State convention- and campaign directors? . h Mrsv- Minnie E. Aekermanr Ala meda Democrat and civic worker, today added her endorsement to the re-election campaign of Congressman Albert E. Carter. Describing herself as "a lifelong Democrat" Mrs. Ackerman declared she had admired Carter's "character, humane interest and sympathy" for more than a quarter century and that he had won "millions of dollars in appropriations and countless other benefits of extreme value to his district" She. urged all voters, regardless of party' affiliation, to cast their ballot for Carter, ' With its membership at the 100 mark, the Walnut Creek Republican Women's Club Is now completing election campaign plans, according to Mrs. Clark Anderson, chairman. Detailed assignments will be made at meetings to be held later this month, in conformity with the over all program mapped at a recent ses sion at the Lafayette home of Mrs. Alvin Powell. Speakers at the meeting were Senator T. H. DeLap, of Richmond, Mrs. Louise Monteagle, of San Fran cisco, vice-chairman of the Republi can State Central Committee; and Mrs. C. C. Baker, Northern California Republican Women's Club leader. Postmaster General Frank C. Walker claimed today that Cali fornia will be in the Roosevelt column by at least 300,000 votes in the November election. ; In San Francisco to address an Aviation Day luncheon, Walker told a press conference that he had picked up "encouraging news" indicating that things are going well for "the boss'' in his trip across, the country. He said his California esti mate was based on recent information he had received The secret of silk worm culture was brought, to Europe about 822 A.D. by two Nestorian monks who smuggled out of China a quantity of silk worm 'eggs concealed in the hollows of their pilgram staffs. ' Even if you scrub ugly staini from your toilet bowl regularly, an invisible film it always forming there. Use Sani-Flush twice week. Cleans the quick, easy, sanitary way. Removes nun and a cause of toilet odors. Sani-Flush is not like ordinary cleansers. It works chemically-Cleans the hidden trap. Doesn't injure toilet connections. (Sea directions on can.) Sold everywhere, in two bandy sues. 1 Smi-Flush SAVtS AND DISINftCTANTt ADVERTISEMENT AT LAST! Dog Food Containing 'MEAT Available at Grocers You can now give your dog a complete food every day with fresh meat baked in-pure, wholesome, nutritious V. S. Govt. Inspected horse meat. THE ONLY FOOD OF ITS KIND IN AMERICA TODAY I For years this food called "Ken-L-Biskit" has been used in America's foremost kennelshelping to keep world champions in top form. Over 100,000,000 pounds have been fed'yNow made available to you at grocers, food stores, etc. Ken-L-Biskit comes crumbled in small pieces, easily mixed with boiling water. Provides your dog with MEAT EVERY DAY!'Ken-L-Biskit is a complete food every known element and vitamin your dog needs for perfect health. Test Ken-L-Biskit at no cost! For FREE 2-lb. carton (30c retail value), write to: The Quaker Oats Company, Dept. C. Rockford, 111. Be sure to send your dealer's name and" address! ADVERTISKMENT Buyers for Essential Induslry With High Manpower Rating Previous purchasingdexpe-rience helpfuj, but not obsolutely necessary if applicant possesses knowledge of materials., has engineering background or other of f setting qualifications. Opportuniryiiipr young men of clean character and abik ity. State complete background, qualifications, commodities-with which you are familiar, oge, salary expected, oncTrefe renews. Write box M7 J 05 1 , Tribune. i-i: u l I "Lieut Gov. FrederTcknV' Houser, Republican hooiinee for - the U.S. Senate. Addressine a dinner meeting of the'Eastlake Kiwanis Club here last night, the lieutenant governor pointed out that while, every one iirthe Nation wants to see the war won '-as rapidly and completely as possible, there are signs in the Midwest and East of sentiment favoring a negotiated peace with. -Japan once wl have regained our territory., "If. Japan were granted such leniency and., left in possession of other seized territory in China, New Guinea and elsewhere, she would consolidate those gains, utilize the resources and manpower of the seized areas and would be in position to strike against the United States again in 20 years, CALIFORNIA PERILED "The next blow would not be at Pearl Harbor, but at the Pacific Coast, and California would then be in the front-line trenches. "To prevent such a situation, we must strip Japan of her military and economic power." Houser will wind up his Bay area visit following a reception and tea at the Hotel Leamington this afternoon under auspices of the Alameda Cpunty Republican Central Committee and the Alameda County Houser campaign committee. Hostesses 'for the affair included: Mrs. Paige Monteagle, vice-chairman of the Republican State Central Committee; Mrs..Peter J. Andichou, chairman of Houserj local committee; Mrs. E. H. Lion, of San Francisco; Mrs. Frank Colboum, Mrs. Henry Dodge, Mrs. Ruby Iver-son, Mrs. Dulcie Horton, Mrs. L. L. Giilice, Mrs. Dorothy Pillsbury Stetson, Mrs. E, F. Atkinson and Mrs. Cyril "Roche. WOMEN IN POWER As guest of honor at a women's rally yesterday afternoon in San Francisco, Houser emphasized that women voters will largely determine the outcome of the election and that that fact places new responsibilities upon them "t6 safeguard the diminishing rights of the people and protect the American way of life." Asserting that the. Administration began seizing power long before Pearl Harbor and had, in fact, been acquiring one power after another for, the past decade, the lieutenaiitlhigh for the date. Yesterday morn governor sajd that such seizure "was made 1b, line; with thie- same pattern that every dictator has used from AT IT& A Ln6 new Fall J 11 J I to office men who recognize the rights of the people. . . The rally was arranged by a joint Democratic - Republican committee of women headed by Mrs Eugene M. Prince and Mrs. William Chip! man. y ; ; ! Ohio Eases Ballot Rule for Servicemen COLUMBUS, O, Sp. 8.-W Legislation removing during the November election -a provision that Ohio ballots must be marked with a black lead pencil, became law today upon signature by Gov. John W. Bricker. The legislation was passed at a special session of the General Assembly, which also allotted nearly $9,000,000 to raise salaries of school teachers. Bricker said in a message opening the two-day session that ballots of service folk should not be invalidated because they happened to be marked with some instrument othjr than a black pencil,, - He had de-clined'at first to permi the Assembly to consider the black pencil matter. but yielded to requests from various groups. Thomas Hits F. D. R. Regime Race Program PITTSBURGH, Sept. 8.-WV-De-nouncing riots and strikes which he said are fomented by "racial prejudices," Norman Thomas, Socialist candidate for President, last night declared his party's platform seeks passage of a permanent fair employment practice law, a Federal anti-lynching, statute and repeal of all .poll tax qualifications. Thomas criticized the Roosevelt administration for what he termed "discrimination" in the armed forces, "failure to push anti-lynch-ing and anti-poll tax legislation and its handling of the housing situation." Lots of Variety CHICAGO, Sept. 8. (IP) The weather man has kept Chicago guessing on what to wear, for comfort, this week. On Sunday the temperature touched-A3.4 for a new ing's 47.7 was the coldest September 7 on record. Normal temperature for the day is 68. RICHEST) $Q99 so many marvelous modes to pick from ! 7 H Sizes to 10 widths to C 1209 WASHINGTON . No moil croVi legal'notics ; RESOLUTION NO. 41989 BE IT RESOLVED bv the Board of Supervisors nf th Countv of Alameda, State of California, that said Board of Supervisors propose, and said Board of Supervisors does hereby propose to the qualified electors of the said County of Ala- jneua inat tne charter oi saia County of Alameda be amended to provide by ordinance for a system of mummy penents lor peace olficers who are emoloVeea nf tht, Conntv of Alameda for death or disability suffered in the line of dutv. bv add ing section i to said Charter to reaa as ioiiuws, to wit: Section !,. Anvthine to the con. trary herein notwithstanding, the Board of Supervisors shall as a part of the compensation of peace officers who are employees of the County of Alameda establish by ordinance on or before July 1. 1945. a system of monthly benefits for death or disability suiiered in tne line of duty. For the purposes of tnis section peace omcers are defined as the sheriff, constables, and those of their assistants and deputies, who are employed and compensated by the County of Alameda. The monthly benefits for disability so provided shall not be less than one-hair tne salary oeing receivea by such peace officer entitled thereto when suffering such injury but in no event to exceed the sum of One Hundred Twenty-five and 00100 Dollars (J125.00) per month, and In the event of death the bene fits so provided shall be payable to such peace officer's dependents durlne their dependency as deter mined by the Board of Administra tion hereinafter provided tor. aii funds necessary to Dav such bene fits shalL be contributed solely by the Couiftv of Alameda. Said or dinance shall provide for a Board of Administration consisting; of five members who snail De appointed tor a term of four years by the Board of Supervisors to administer such system. . y BR IT w-TTRTHER RESOLVED AND ORDERED by the Board ot Supervisors of tne county or Alameda, state of California, that the foregroing proposed amendment to tne Charter oi saia county or jua-meda as hereinabove set forth be submitted by said Board of Supervisors to the qualified electors nf said Cnuntv of Alameda at the general election to be held In said County on Tuesday, the 7fh day of November, A.D. 1544; and that the Clerk of this Board of Su- Dervisors be and he is hereby au thorized and. directed to forthwith publish the foregoing proposal for ten (10) times in the Oakland Tribune, a daily newspaper of general circulation printed, puonsnea ana circulated In said County of Ala meda in the following words and fieuns. to-wit: PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CHARTER OP THE COUNTY OFf ALAMEDA TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF SAID COUNTY AT THIS GEN ERAL ELECTION TO BE HELD IN SAID COUNTY ON TUJ5SDAY, THE 7 TH DAY U1C .JNUV JlifllBlUK, A.U. 1944. The Board of Supervisors of the County of Alameda by its resolu tion dated August si, i44, nas proposed and ordered, submitted to the qualified electors of said County at the General Election to be held In said County on Tuesday, the 7th day of November, A.D. 1944, the following proposed amendment to the Charter of the County of Alameda, which said proposal is fully set forth as follows, to-wlt: PROVIDING THAT THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS SHALL ESTABLISH A SYSTEM OF MONTHLY BENEFITS FOR PEACE OFFICERS WHO-ARE EMPLOYEES Oi" THE COUNTY OF ALAMEDA ' FOR DEATH OR DISABILITY SUF FERED IN THE LINE OF DUTY. Adding section 14ft- to said Charter of the County of Alameda to read as follows, to-wit Section 14 V,: Anything to the con trary herein notwithstanding, the Board of Supervisors shall as a part of the compensation of peace officers who are. employees of the County of Alameda establish by ordinance on or oeiore J my l, 1945, a system of monthl benefits for death or disability suffered in the line ot duty. For the purpose of tKis section peace officers are defined as the sheriff, constables, and those of their assistants and depu ties, who are employed and com pensated by the County of Ala meda. The monthly benefits for disability so provided shall not be less than one-half the salary being received by such peace ofrirer en titled thereto when suffering such injury but in no event to exceed the sum of One Hundred Twenty-five and 00100 Dollars (im.00) per month, and In the event of death the benefits so provided shall be payable to such peace officer's dependents during their dependency as determined by the Board of Administration hereinafter provided for. All funds necessary to pay such benefits shall be contributed solely Dy tne county or Alameda. Said ordinance shall provide for a Board of Administration consisting of five members who shall be appointed for a term of four years by the Board of Supervisors to administer such system. BY ORDER OF the Board of Su pervisors of the County of Alameda, state oi caiuornia. Dated August 31, 1044. O. E. WADE. County Clerk and ex-officio Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of the county oi Alameda, state of California. ADOPTED tiy the Board of Supervisors of the County of Alameda. State of California, this 31st day oi August, 1944, by the following votes: Ayes: Supervisors Bartell. Calde- cott and Wlxsnn. Noes: Supervisor nenwig ana Chairman Janssen. Ab sent: xsone. GEO. A. JANSStfv Chairman of the Board of Super visors of the County of Alameda, fiHie oi cainornia. Attest: G. E. WADE County Clerk and ex-offlolo Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of the county oi Alameda, State of Call fornla. NOTICE OF HEARING APPLICA TION TO OPERATE USED CAR SALES BUSINESS. Notice Ir hereliv triven that T F Bentley and Edward Naparalla have filed an application for permission to opi-rate Used Car Sales Business at ,11'0 Penniman Avenue. Oakland .Notice Is hereby liirtmr given that a hearing on said -application wilt be held by the City Manager, at his office, Room 302. City Hall. Oakland, Californlan. on Monday, the. 11th dar of September. 1944, at the hoifr of 2:30 o'clock p.m.. at which time and place any persons interested may appear and file their objections, if any they have. FRANK COLBOURN, City Clerk. 66-Sept. 7 3t) ORDINANCIf-rVO C.M.S. Xfr ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING THE SUM OF 115,000 OUT OF THE 8TREET IMPROVEMENT FUND FOR THE PURPOSE OF PAYING THE COSTS OF REPAIRING EXISTING SAUSAL CREEK CULVERT IN THE VICINITY OF McKILLOP ROAD AND SHEFFIELD AVENUE. BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the City of Oakland as follows: SECTION 1. The sum of 1 15.000, or as much thereof as mav be necessary, Is hereby appropriated out of the Street Improvement Fund for the purpose of paying the costs of repairing the existing Sausal Creek culvert in the vicinity of McKillop Road- and Sheffield Avenue. In Council, (Oakland, Calif.. Aug. 31, 1944. Passed to print for two davs by the following vote: Ayes: Council-men Beach, Haler, McCracken, Peter. Shatfuck and President Slavich S. Noes None. Absent Councllmen DePaoll, Morcom and Youell I. FRANK COtBOTJRX. City Clerk. 64 -Sept 6-2t officers ; who are emplovees of th County of Alameda- establish bv -ordinance on or befet July l, 1943, a system of monthly benefits for death or disability suffered in the line oi quty. for the purpose of this section peace officers afe- defined as the sheriff, undersheriff constables, deputy sheriffs, deputy constables employed and compensated as such by the County of AlamedW-aadio technicians and radio operators in the office of the sheriff, inspectors In the office of the district attorney, and the persons regularly serving as traffic officers in the estuary tube. The monthly benefits for .disability so provided shall not be less than one-half the salary being received by such peace officer entitled thereto when suffering such injury but in no event to exceed the sura of One Hundred Twenty-five and OOlGli Dollars (J125.00) per month, and in the event of death the benefits so provided shall be payable to such peace officer's dependents during their dependency as determined by the Board of Administration herein, after provided for. All funds neees. sary to pay such benefits shall be contributed solely by the County of Alameda. Said ordinance shall provide for a Board of Administration consisting of five members who shall be appointed for a term of four years by the Board of Supervisors to administer such system. . .V ' 1 n'KTHISK KiflSOLVED AND ORDERED by the Board of Supervisors of the Coimtv nf Ala meda. State of California, that the loregoing proposed amendment to the Charter of said County of Alameda as hereinabove set forth be submitted by said Board of Supervisors to the Qualified elector nf said County of Alameda at the gen eral election to be held in said County on Tuesday, the 7th day of November, A.D. 1944: and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVET that . the Clerk of this Board of Supervisors be and he Is hereby) authorized and directed to forthwith publish the foregoing proposal for ten (10) times in the Oakland Tribune, a daily newspaper of gen. eral circulation' printed, published and circulated In said County of Aianieaa m tne following words and figures, to wit: PROPOSED AMENDMENT Tf THE CHARTER OF THE COUNTY OF ALAMEDA TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF SAID COUNTY AT THE GENERAL ELECTION TO BE HELD IN SAID COUNTY ON'TUESDAY, THE litl VAX VH- IMC ViMi3.K. A.D. 1944. The Board of Supervisors of the County of Alameda by Its resolution dated September E, 1944, has proposed and ordered submitted to the qualified electors' of said County at the General Election to be held In said County on Tuesday, the 7th day of November, A.D. 1944, th following proposed amendment to the Charter of the Connty of Alameda, which said proposal is fully set forth as follows, to wit: PROVIDING THAT THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS SHALL ESTAB LISH A SYSTEM OF MONTHLY BENEFITS FOR PEACE OFFICERS WHO ARE EMPLOYEES OF THE COUNTY OF ALAMEDA .FOR DEATH OR DISABILITY SUFFERED IN THE LINE OF DUTY. Adding Section 144 to said Char ter of the County of Alameda to read as follows, to wit: Section 14 14. Anything to the con trary herein notwithstanding, the Board of Supervisors shall as a part of the compensation of peace officers who are employees of the County of Alameda establish by ordinance on or before July 1, 1945, a system of monthly benefits for death or disability suffered In the line of duty. For the purpose of this section peace officers are de fined as the sheriff, undersherlf f. constables, deputy sheriffs, deputy constables employed and compensated as such by the County of Ala- rr.eda, radio technicians and radio operators in the office of the sheriff, inspectors In the office of the district attorney, and the persons regularly serving a traf flo officers In the estuary tube. The monthly Benefits lor disability so provided shall not be le'ss than .one-half the. salary being received by such peace officer entitled thereto when suffering such Injury but in no event to 'exceed the sum of One Hundred Twenty-five and 0010P Dollars tl25.00) per month, and in the event of death the benefits so provided shall be payable to such peace officer's dependents durlnn their, dependency as determined by the Board of Administration hereinafter provided for. All funds necessary to pay such benefits shall be contributed solely by the County of Alameda. Said ordinance shall provide for a Board of Administration consisting of five members""Who shall be appointed for a term of four years by the Board of Supervisors to administer such system. BY ORDER1 OF the Board of Supervisors of the County of Alameda, State of California. Dated. September 5. 1944. (1. E. WADE, County Clerk and ex-offlcio Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Alameda, State of Cali-' fornla. ADOPTED by the Board of Super, vlsors'of-.the County of Alameda, State of California, this 6th day or September, 1944, by the following votes: Aves: RiiDervisors Bartell. Calde- cott, Hellwig, Wixson and Chairman Janssen. Noes: None. Absent: None, GEO. A. JANSSEN. Chairman of the Board of Super, visors of the County of Alameda, State of California. 1 Attest: ;. E. WADE County Clerk and ex-offlpio Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of th County of Alameda, State of Cali fornia. KOTTCE CV TMTENTION TQ KN'-I GAGE IN THK SALE OF ALfX ' HOLIC BEVERAGES. September 8, 1944 To Whom It May Concern: Notice Is hereby given that fir- teen days after the date posted, the undersigned proposes to sell alco. holle beverages at these premises, lesribed as follows: 1040 East 12th Street. oaKiano. Pursuant to such intention, the undersigned is applying to the State Board of Equalization for issuance of an alcoholic beverage license for these premises as follows: On Sale Beer and Wine. Anyone desiring to protest the Issuance of such license may file a verified protect with the State Board of Equalizat Ion at Sacramento, California, stating grounds for denial as provided by law. The premises are now li'etised for the sale of alcoholic h,'VerageR. .1. B. IRWIN JAilEK E. 41AILKY JOHNNY'S and JIMMY'S NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR PERIODICALS FOR THE OAKLAND FREE LIBARY. The Board of Library Directors of the City of Oakland will receive sealed bids at the office of the secretary. 634 Fourteenth Street (mailing address 659 Fourteenth Street, Oakland 12), any, time prior to the hour of S:30 p.m., on Thursday, Sep- . tember 2S. 1944, for the furnishing of periodicals for the 'library and branches for the calendar year 194f. Specifications therefor, lists of said periodicals and blank forms for bids mav be secured upon application to the Secretary of the Board at the above address. A1I bids shall be accompanied br a check In an amount of not less than ten per cent (10) of the aggregate amount of the proposal certified by a responsible bank, payable to the order of Frank Col-bourn, City Clerk of the City of Oakland, which check and the amount therein specified shall be forfeited and retained by the Cltr of Oakland If the successful bidder falls to execute the contract in th required form and furnish the bond required, A faithful performance bond tor $1500 to be given by, the successful bidder. . , Coniract to be entered into within sixteen (16) days after the award, PETER T. CONMT. Secretary. 15-Sept. 4-St V 1 n (J 0 .'I

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