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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIKORNIAN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2fi, 1(136 13 NttlBM NOTICE OF SALE OF SEMI.TROPIC SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDS Kern County, California Notice Is hereby given that purnu- ant to an order of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, State of California, made August 17, 1936, sealed bids will bo received at tho office of the Clerk of tho Board of Supervisors of Bald County at tho Court House In the City of Bakersfield until 11 o'clock a. m., Monday, September 14, 1036, for the purchase of eighteen bonds of Semi-Tropic School District, Kern County, California, of the denomination of J1000.00 each. Said bonds were Issued by tho said Board of Supervisors under and In accordance with tho provisions of tho Constitution and Laws of the State of California, and In conformity with the order of said Board of Supervisors, passed on tho 17th day of August, 1938, and bear Interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum, Interest payable annually for the first year tho bonds have to run and scml-annually thereafter, both principal and Interest payable In lawful monpy of the United States of America, on the 17th days of August and February of each and every year out of the Interest and sinking fund of said Semi-Tropic School District, upon presentation and surrender to the Treasurer of Kern County, California, of the Interest coupons attached to said bonds: snld nonds to be numbered consecutively from 1 to 18, Inclusive, as follows: Bonds Nos. 1 to 4, Inclusive, $1000.00 each, to run 1 year; Bonds Nog. 6 to 8, Inclusive, $1000.00 each, to run 2 years; Bonds Nos, 9 to 18, Inclusive, 11000.00 each, to run 3 years; Bonds Nos. 13 to 16, Inclusive, J1000.000 each, to run 4 years: Bonds Nos. 17 to 18, Inclusive, $1000.00 each, to run B years. The Semi-Tropic School District has been acting as a School District, under the laws of the State of California, continuously since 1896; tho as. sessed valuation of the taxable -property In said Seml-Troplo School District was One Million Nine Hundred and Seventy-One Thousand Five Hundred Twenty Dollars ($1,971,520.00) and has now an outstanding Indebtedness of nothing. The bonds herein referred to were voted for the purpose of raising monev for: 2. The building or purchasing of Kchool buildings; 3. The making of alterations or additions to the school building or buildings other than such • as may bo necessary for current maintenance, operation, or repairs; 5. The supplying of school buildings with furniture or necessary apparatus of a permanent nature: 6. The permanent „ Improvement of tho school grounds. Bids will be received for one or any number of said bonds. Ail bids must bo equal In amount to the par value of the said bonds and accrued Interest to date of delivery and each bid must be accompanied with a certified check payable to F. E. Smith, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of said County, or a cash deposit for the sum of at least ten per cent of the amount of the bid. The check or cash deposit will bo returned to the bidder In case of the rejection of the bid and the same will bo forfeited to Semi-Tropic School District If the bidder neglects or refuses to pay tho amount bid for the »ald bonds within fifteen days after being notified of the acceptance of the bid. Upon opening of the bids for said bonds as aforesaid, said bonds will be sold to the highest and best bidder for cash, lawful money of the United States of America, subject to the said conditions and provisions. Bldfi for the bonds at a lower rate of Interest will also be considered. The said Board of Supervisors, however, reserving tho right to reject any and Hll bids for said bonds. All bids must be enclosed In sealed envelopes addressed to V. B. Smith, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, and endorsed "PROPOSALS SKMI-TROP- 1C SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDS." By order of the Board of Supervisors of tho County of Kern, State of California, made August 17, 3938. (Seal) F. E. SMITH. County Clerk and Clerk of said Board, Aug. 22 to Sept. B, Inc. OFFICIAL BULLETIN FIRE DEPARTMENT. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD, FIRE DEPARTMENT HEADQUARTERS, BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA. Tho Civil Service Board for the Fire Department of the City of Bakersfield, California, will hold an open competitive examination for the purpose of creating an eligible list for the position of HOSKMAN. THIRD GRADE, on September 12, 1936. Application for examination must be made on blank forms furnished by the Board and must be filed In the office of the Board at 1918 K street before 12 o'clock noon. September R, 1936. Applicants must be citizens of the United States who have actually resided within the City of Bakeraficld, Odllfornla, for the year Just prior to the date of examination, and who can . meet the requirements outlined below. In case of tie In grades, priority of filing application will determine relative standing on the eligible list. IIOSEMAN THIRD GRADE OPEN- COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION Last date for filing applications: 12:00 noon, September 8,1936. Date of examination: September 12, 1986, 9:00 a. m. to 12 noon. Place of Examination: Fire Department-Headquarters, 1918 K street. Age Limit: Not less thnn 21 years and not more than 35 years. Salary: $150.00 per month, less $3.00 per month for Pension Fund. DUTIES: Under direction of Department officers, to assist In extinguishing fires, Inspection work, house duties, care of apparatus, and other related work. ' SCOPE OF EXAMINATION Weight 1.—Word Knowledge 10 2.—Spelling 10 3.—Penmanship 10 4.—Memory Test 5 6.—Understanding of Printed Material f, 6.—Arithmetic 20 7,—Knowledge of Streets and Buildings of City of Bakersfield 20 g.—General Qualifications, verified by Personal Interview.. 20 Candidates must obtain n rating of not less than fifty-five (55%) per rent In the written examination or they will be considered ns having fulled. CIVIL SERVICE BOARD FOU FIRE DEPARTMENT LESLIE S. ROHINSON', President. P. C. PIFER, Chief Examiner. Aug. 15-22-26. NOTICE OF MEETING OF BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF KERN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, TO CONSUMMATE PURCHASE OF REAL PROPERTY FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES. Notice Is hereby given that tho Board of Supervisors of Kern County will meet at their rooms In tlio County Court House, City of Bakers- fleld. County of Kern, State of California, ut 11:00 o'clock n. m.. .Monday, September 14, 1936, for the purpose of consummating the purchase from C. L. Taylor and Ola R. Taylor, his wife, Raymond O. Tnylor and Dora Ixnilse Taylor, his wife, for the sum of $1400.00, of the following hereinafter described real property, towlt: Tho west half of Villa Ix>t 46 of Drury's Addition In the County of Kern, State of California, as per map recorded March 18. 1907, In Hook-1, •Page 101 of Maps In the office of the County Recorder of said County, excepting therefrom the south 75 feet; and also excepting therefrom a strip 30 feet wide on the north and west sides thereof reserved for public roads. Said property IK to bo lined for public purpose.", tu-wll: for Hospital Grounds. Any and all persons Interested In the matter may appear at the above mentioned time and place und be heard. Dated August 19, 1936. F. E. f-'.MITM. Clerk of the Uourd. August 21 to. September 11, inc. Ltt«l Nttlcti NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS INTER. ESTED IN THE CLOSING OF PORTION OF MERTON AVENUE, ETC., IN THE THIRD ROAD DISTRICT. Notice Is hereby given that a petition has been received and filed Au- gu«t 16, 10.16, by tho Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, State of California, petitioning tho Board to close, vacate, discontinue, abandon, and abolish certain portions of roads In the Third Road District described as follows, to-wlt: Parcel I. Beginning at the Intersection of tho South boundary of Knotts Street with the west boundary of Morton Avenue and running thence south and along the west boundary of Morton Avenue to the north boundary of tho alley In Block No. 37 of the Keith Addition, thence west and along said north boundary to tho east boundary of A Street, thence south and along east boundary of A Street, 20 feet, to tho south boundary of said alley, thence east and along south boundary of said alley to west boundary of Merton Avenue, thence south and along west boundary of Merton Avenue to north boundary of Bernard Street, thenco east and along north boundary of Bernard Street to east boundary of Merton Avo- nue, thenco north along cast boundary of Merton Avenue to south boundary extended of Washington street, thence northwest and along (he south boundary extended of Washington Street 'to tho west boundary of Section 21, T. 29 S., R. 28 E., M. D. M., thence north and along west boundary of said Section 21, to south boundary extended of Orango Street, thence easterly and along the south boundary of Orange Street to a point, which point lies at a distance of 40.09 feet, measured said south boundary of Orange Street, from the westerly boundary of Beale Avenue, as said Beale Avenue now exists, thence southeas- erly and along a circular curve of 30 ft. radius, concave to the southwest, to a point on the westerly boundary of said Beale Avenue, which point lies 40.09 feet, .measured along said westerly boundary extended from the Intersection of the westerly boundary of Beale Avenue extended with the southerly boundary of Orange Street, thence northeasterly and along the westerly boundary of Bealo Avenue extended, to a point, which point lies southerly a distance of 100.00 feet, measured at right-angles, from the southerly boundary of Lot No. 3B, of Tract No, 1029, thence northwesterly In H direct line to a point, which point lies southerly a distance of 80.00 feet, measured at right angles, from the southerly boundary of said Lot No. 35, and which point lies N. 77' OB' W. a distance of 20.00 feet from tho west boundary of nald Beale Avenue, thence N. 77* 05' W. and parallel to the southerly boundary of said Lot. No. 35 to Intersect the south boundary extended of Knotts Street, thence west and along the south boundary extended of Knotts Street to the place of beginning. Parcel 2. Beginning at a point on the center-line of Orange Street which point lies westerly a distance of 147.8$ feet from the center-line of Arlington Street, measured along said center-line of Orange Street, thence southerly and at right-angles to center-line of Orange Street, a distance of 30,00 feet to a point on the south boundary of said Orango Street, the point of beginning of this description; and running thence westerly and along the south boundary of Orange Street to the northwest corner of Lot No. 21 of the Mesa Tract, a point on the easterly boundary of Beale Avenue, as Bald Benle Avenue now exists, thence northeasterly and along the easterly boundary of Beale Avenue extended, to a point, which point lies at a distance of 60.00 feet, measured along a ra- dlnl line, from the circular -portion of the south boundary of Lot No. 1 of Tract No. 1029, thence easterly and parallel to said circular portion of the south boundary of said Lot No. 1 to tho place of beginning. Both Parcel No. 1 and Parcel No. 2 lie within the boundaries** of Sections 20 nml 21, T. 29 S., R. 28 E., M. D. M. and the hearing, of said petition has been set for 11:00 o'clock A. M., Monday, August 31, 1036, at the rooms of the Board of Supervisors, In the Court House, City of Bokersfleld, said County and State, at which time and place all persons Interested in the closing of said roads may appear and be heard. By order of the Board of Supervisors made August 10, 1936. F. E. SMITH, Clerk of tho Board. Aug. 17 to 31, Inc. Far-East Peace Question Studied (Continued on Page Thirteen) unification under cither communistic or constitutional administration, L. S. SI'KNDS 1600,000,000 IN ITS FAR KA8T I'OUCY YOSBM1TB, Aug. 20. (U. P.)— More than 1600,000,000 wan spent ast year by thn United States in maintaining Its far eastern policy — most of It on a navy lartra enough to offset the threat of Japan, members of the Institute of Pacific Relations were Informed hare today In a report Issued by Frederick V. Field, secretary of the American Council of the .Institute. Financial benefit accruing to the country as a result of the policy to- talled only $84,000,000 — mostly from trade with and Investment In Japan, the report revealed. Field Is a former member of the American economic mission to China and an authority on oriental affairs. He pointed out that U. S. foreign policy In the ,far east "decidedly does not pay In terms of annual economic return" but warned that "there are Important noneoonomlc aspects to American foreign policy which cannot bo judged, by a financial balance Bhcet." NOTICE OF SALE OF RIO BRAVO SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDS, KERN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA. Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to an order of the Board of Supervisors of tho County of Kern, State of California, made August 10, 1936, sealed bids will be received at the office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of said County at the Court House in the City of Bakersfield, until 11 o'clock A. M., Tuesday, September 8. 1936, for the purchase of seventeen bonds of Rio Bravo School District Kern County. California, of the denomination of $1000.00 each. Said bonds were issued by the said Hoard of Supervisors under and' In accordance with the provisions of the Constitution and Laws of the State of California, and In conformity with the order of said Board of Supervisors, passed on the loth day of August, 1936, and bear interest at the rate of flvo per cent per annum. Interest payable annually for the first year the bonds have to run and seml-annually thereafter, both principal and Interest payable In lawful money of the United Stales of America, on the 10th days of August and February of each and every year out of the Interest anil sinking fund of said Rio Bravo School District, upon presentation and surrender to Ihn Treasurer of Kern County, California, of Ihn Interest coupons attached to said bonds; Kale bonds to be numbered consecutively from I to 17. Inclusive, as follows: Rinds Nos. I and 2, $1000.00 each, to run 1 your; Bonds Nos. 3 and 4, $1000.00 each, to run 2 years; Bonds Nos. 5 and 6, $1000.00 each, to run 3 years: Bonds Nos. 7 and 8. $1000.00 each, to run 4 yours; Bonds Xns. 9 and 10, $1000.00 each, to run 5 years; Bonds Nos. 11 and 12, $1000.00 each, to run fi yearn; Bonds Nos. 13 and 14, $1000.00 each, to run 7 years; Bonds NOB. 15 and 10, $1000.00 each, to run 8 years; Bond No. 17, $1000.00, to run 9 years. • The Rio Bravo School Plstrlct has been acting as a School District, under the laws of thn Stato of California, continuously since 1S98; the assessed valuation of the taxable property In said Rio Bravo School District was Six Hundred Forty-two Thousand Five Hundred Fifty-five Dollars ($642.r,5f,.flO) a/id Iia.s now an outstanding Indebtedness of nothing. The bonds herein referred to were voted for the purpose of raising money for: 2. The building or purchasing of school buildings; 3. The making of al- leratloim or additions to the school building or buildings other than such as may l>« necessary for current I maintenance, operation, or repairs: 5. j Tho supplying of school buildings with ' furniture, or necoNHury apparatus of a permanent nature: fi. Thn permanent improvement of the school grounds. FARMERS ADJUST DEBTS WASHINGTON, Aug. 27. (A. P.)— The Resettlement administration' announced today debts of 2674 farmers wore adjusted during July by voluntary farm debt adjustment committees. Debts amounting to $8,038,693 were reported reduced to $5,834,887, a cut of $2,203, SOB. L»Ml Notion Bids will be received for one or any number of said bonds. All bids must bo equal In amount to the par value of said bond* and accrued Tnterest to date of delivery and each bid must be accompanied with a certified check payable to F. E. Smith, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of said County, or a cash deposit for the sum of at least ten per cent of the amount of the bid. Tho check or cash deposit will be returned to the bidder In case of the rejection of th« bid and the same will be forfeited to Hlo Bravo School District If the bidder neglects or refuses to pay the amount hid for the said bonds within fifteen days after being notified of the acceptance of tho bid. Upon opening of the bids for said bonds as aforesaid, said bonds will be sold to the highest and best bidder for cash, lawful money of the United States of America, subject to the said conditions and provisions. Bids for the bonds at a lower rate of Interest will also be considered. The said Board of Supervisors, however, reserving the right to reject any and nil bids for said bonds. All bids must be enclosed In sealed envelopes addressed to F. E. Smith, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, and endorsed "PROPOSALS RIO BRAVO SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDS." By order of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, State of California, made August 10, 1936. (Seal) F. E. SMITH, County Clerk and Clerk of said Board. Aug. 18 to Sept. 1, Inc. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals, addressed to the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kern, State of California, and endorsed, "Proposal for Construction of Timber Bridge across Beardsley Canal on Snow Road," will be received by the undersigned until the hour of 11:00 o'clock A. M. on the 14th day of September. 1936, at the office of the undersigned In the Court House, Bakersfield, California, at which time and place they will be publicly opened and read, for construction In accordance with the specifications therefor, to which special reference Is hereby made, of the following work and Improvement in the County of Kern, to-wlt: Item la. Excavation. Item lb. Embankment. Item 2a. 40.344 Thousand Feet B. M. Redwood Timber, In place. Item 2b. 2C.214 Thousand Feet B. M. Douglas Fir Timber, in place. Item 3. Three Fire Barrels, In place, complete. * The foregoing quantities are approx. Inmto only, being given as a basis for the comparison of bids, and the Board of Supervisors does not, expressly or by Implication agree that the actual amount of work will correspond therewith but reserves the right to Increase or decrease the amount of any class or portion of the work as may be deemed necessary or expedient by the said Board. Plans may bo seen, and forms of proposals, bonds, contract and specifications may be seen at the office of the undersigned and they may be obtained at tho office of the County Surveyor, situated at Bakersfield, California. Bidders on this work are hereby notified that the Board of Supervisors will Insist that the work bo completed within the time limit. A penalty clause relating thereto Is cpntalned In Article IV of the form of contract above referred to. A bid may be rejected unless the bidder has indicated on the outside ol the scaled envelope, In which his bid Is filed, the number of his State Contractor's License. No bid will be considered unless It Is made upon a blank form furnished by the undersigned and accompanied by cash or a check, made payable to the Chairman of the Hoard of Supervisors and certified by a responsible bank, In an amount equal to at least ten per cent (10%) of the aggregate of the proposal, or by a corporate surety bond for the said able as aforesaid. amount, pay- Thc Board of Supervisors of Kern County, California, has, pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 397, Statutes of 1931, ascertained the genera! prevailing rate of wages for each craft or type of workman or mechanic needed to execute the contract, and It shall he mandatory upon the Contractor to whom the contract In awarded, and upon any sub-contractor under him, to pay not less thai thn specified rates, viz: f'm ft Rate per hour Bridge foreman $1.12& Bridge carpenter 1.125 Painter i.oo TpiiniHtcr 75 Truck driver 75 Laborer (skilled) 75 Laborer (common) 623 Shovel operator (power) 1.375 Caterpillar operator 75 Blacksmith 1.00 Blacksmith helper 75 Watchman 625 Any craft not herein named, not loss than $0.625. Time and one-half to be allowed for over-time and for work on Sundays, and on the seven holidays, viz: New Year's Day, Decoration Day, July 4th, Lnbor Day, Armistice Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas. The Contractor shall forfeit an a penalty to said County, ten dollars for each laborer, workman or mechanic employed, for each calendar day, or portion thereof, such laborer, workman or mechanic is paid less than the above stipulated rates for any work done under this ••ontract. by him or by any sub-contractor under him. Tho Board of Supervisors reserves the right to reject HHV or all hld« or to accept the bid deemed for the best Interests of the County. Dated at Ilukersfleld. California, this 19th day of August. 1936. F. 1C. SMITH. County Clerk and ex-offiplo Clerk of tho Hoard of Supervisors. Aug. 21 lo SciH. 1, Inc. Fitts Must Face Run-Off Contest (United Prenn Leaned Wire) LOS ANGELES, Aug. 28.—Hnrlnn G. Palmer, publisher of the. Hollywood Citizen-News, today waa assured of a place on tho November aallot In the run off for district attorney against tho Incumbent Duron Fltts, on the basis of unofficial results from yesterday's election. Returns from 2973 precincts of ;ho county's 4263 precincts Rave: Flttn, 77,257. Pulmrr, 54,085. Ralph KVHRS, 36,013. Orovcr Johnson, 10,161, George W. Rochester, 34,70ft. Supporters of the Hollywood publisher wero elatod at tho total ho amassed, pointing out that Judgo Palmer had made no campaign personally for the office, his name having been put up by citizens desiring; to draft him for tho office. Backers of the. Incumbent announced themselves pleased with tho number of votes he received which they said made them virtually certain of his election In November. *»• Sen. Byrnes Wins by Seven to One (Associated Prenn Leaned Wire) COLUMBIA, 8. C.. Aug. 28.~-Son- ator James F. Byrnps won a 7-to-l primary election victory today over two now deal critics which ho balled as a token of approval for the Roosevelt administration policies. Virtually complete returns showed he won renomlnatlon over Thomas P. Stoney, former Charleston mayor, and AVIlllam C. Marleo, retired marine colonel, by the largest majority the state has given a candidate for a major nomination In recent years. Tho vot& In 1284 of 1474 precincts wan Byrnes, 199,961; Stoney, 18,789; Harllee, 9860. Democratic nomination Is equivalent to election In South Carolina. Byrnes' office said President Roosevelt In a telephone conversation told the senator "My happiness Is complete." Farm Prices and Pay Rolls Higher (United Prens Leased Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 26.— Prices, for farm products were higher and pay rolls and employment Increased In th% twelfth federal reserve district last night, the reserve agent reported today, but after seasonal adjustments were made general trade conditions remained unchanged over June. Salmon, fruit and vegetable canneries reported the usual seasonal Increases In employment and gen oral pay rolls were somewhat higher on a seasonally adjusted basis. Crop deterioration from drought, reported In many districts, did not extend to the twelfth district and prlce,s of farm products continued to advance. Quiz Mother Over Murder_of Child (AtHociatcd Prcti Leaned IfJre,) SEATTLE, Aug. 26. — Alienists continued today to question Mrs. Ester Hilda Olson, 33, whom police said confessed the ax murder of her 16-year-old daughter, Rose. Mrs. Olson, sheriff's deputies said, admitted she killed her daughter because "she couldn't have the pretty things other girls have." Dr. Edward D. Hoedmaker said hs did not reach a conclusion as to her sanity after questioning her for a half hour yesterday. He and Dr. Walter Kleton were in charge of tho examination, ordered by Prosecuting Attorney Warren G. Magnuson. « » » Identify Dead Man as Felix Warren, 65 (Atnoctated I'rett Leased Wire) SAN FERNANDO, Aug. 26.—The body of an elderly man Identified by letters as Felix Warren, CO, was held by authorities today after he was found dead near a highway outside of San Fernando. Police Captain W. Heeblng said Warren apparently was killed by a fall and his body was robbed later. Letters In his pockets Indicated he had a son, Ray Warren, living In Santa Barbara, and that he was hitchhiking there. .» » » SEATING PKORMCM SOLVED SARNIA, Ont., Aug. 26. (A. P.)— When Mrs. 13. L. McGarry of Miami Flu., sauntered into a restaurant for a breakfast, the management gaiipcd Her 6-foot, 600-pound frame created a seating problem. She could not sit at the lunch counter because the chairs were too small. Her 10,-foot waistline barred her from the booths. The solution—a wooden packing crate at the end of the counter. J. A. HOQLE A COMPANY Members New York Stock Exchatlflo .Stocks trended lower for tho most part today and the general feeling IH Iliat It l« ii part of tho secondary reaction which has been expected after list Friday's setback. Outstanding were the steel stocks, which responded well (o a vory favorablo resume of tho Industry and Its prospects. Electric power production showing an Increase of 15.5 per cent abend of Intit year went by entirely disregarded. Reason for this Is probably tho approaching election with attendant politics as well as a possible court teat Inter on In tho fall of the year. A number of dividends wore declared, along with some extras. There wero also a few earnings reports which wero Impressive but liltlo effect was noticeable In tho market. Although the European situation Is less nervous than a week ago a speech by Stalin over the radio was reported as ominous In tone. Tho market, therefore, as can readily be seen, disregards bolh favorable and unfavorable news. H continues to mark time with Interest apathetic. This will continue Indefinitely until a change occurs In public psychology. This change may come gradually or may come overnight. It Is still thought that once Labor day holiday Is passed that some change will be seen. Commodity markets likewise continued quiet and erratic with no definite changes In direction apparent. Most traders favor the short side of cotton during tho harvesting season with tho attendant hedging pressure. Grains continue to Idle ponding news of a sort which will definitely • determine the direction of tho next move. Tho long side of wheat for tho pull seems attractive. S. F. LIVESTOCK fA»*nciatc<t I'rcst Lrnncit Wire) SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 26. Hogs, 660; mostly lOx lower; top and bulky 170 to 220-lb. Callfornlas $11.90; package medium to good 228-pound weights $11.7b; few light lights $11.60; package 183-lb. pigs $11.00; packing sows mostly $8.75; good quoted to $9.25. Cattle, DOO; fairly active, mostly steady; load medium 940-lb. short-fed steers 17.50; four loads medium 9)5 to 940-lb. warmed-up California steers $7.10; package 1050-lb. weights $7.10; two loads I04G to 1075-lb. averages $a.7. r )@6.S6; few common to medium light grass steers $5.60TP6.60; package medium range cows $4.50, good quoted to $5.50; few bulls up to $5.25, good quoted to $5.60. Calves, 5; nominal: good to choice vealers quoted around $9.00(?f9.50. Sheep, 1600; fat lambs opening slow, fully 25c lower; two decks good to choice 85-lb. wooled Oregon lambs $9 straight; good shorn lambs $8.25; medium to good pelt lam I is $7.70; other classes scarce; choice ewes quoted up to $3.76. SAN FRANCISCO STOCKS SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 26.— High Calif. Packing Corp 42 Crown /telVerback, com vie S^i Dl Giorgio Fruit Corp, com n^i Fireman's Fund Ins 100?i Gen. Paint Corp, com 12^i L. A. Gas & Rlec, pfd 107',4 Magnln, I., com 20 March. Caleb Mach., com. 23% P. G. & 131ec 6 pot 1st pfd. 3214 Pac. L. $6 dlv pfd 106V-; I'ac. Pub. Svc (new) com 7H Pac. Pub. Svc., 1st pfd. Pac. Tel? & Tel., com.. Pac. Tel. & Tel. pfd Republic Pet Sou. Pac. Golden Gate B.. Stand. Oil of Cal Trans. Corp Union Oil Co. Calif 26 •% 127 160 10 13'f, Close 8>i 11 100=; 12« 107% 20 22'i 3 2'4 1061,4 7>.fc 25 »i 127 150 "« 3514 13 20% TREASURY REPORT (Amiorintrd Prtm Leaned Wirt) WASHINGTON, Aug. 26.—The position of the treasury August 24: Receipts, $15,757,1149.81; expenditures, $33,026,808.23; balance, $1,963,416,581.80; customs receipts for tho month, $27.326,331.39. Receipts for the fiscal year (since July 1), $587,295,71.1.55; expenditures, $883.416,098.11, including $269,399,20K.r^ of emergency expenditures; exce«H of expenditures, $296,119,975.58; gross debt, $33,394,608,480.73, a decrease of $1,910,585.00 under the previous day; gold assets, $10,691,018,928.04. CHICAGO GRAIN (Associated Prenn [.caned Wire) CHICAGO. Aug. 26.—drains closed Wheat: Sept., 11.11 "AW1.11%; Dec., ll.IOViitri.10',4: May, Jl.OOfi-1.09H. Corn: Sept., »1.12fff 1.12',4; Dec., 06'f, (ff'flCUc; May, 92«9Uf,c. Oats; Sept., 42Tic; Dec., 43510 437i; May, 44 %c. Rye; Sept., S3c; Dec., 8Hic; May 79'/Jii'. Barley: Sept., 79o; Dec., "Sc. 1HONY BIG PRAIRIE, Ohio, Aug. 26. (A. J'. With the mercury registering 100 de green, Sherman Yarnell, 07, died of frozen feet. The Injury was suffcrc i last winter during 20-below zero weather. (A nnortatcd I'rcnn /.ni/trrf Wire I SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 20.— Onlns and IOHRCH about balance, each other In moderate, trading on tho share markets today. Miirchimt Calculating lit 2a% and I. Mngnln common at 20 hit now ilghs for the- year on thn stock exchange hut the. former sold off on iroflt taking to 22 Vi before noon. California Packing at. 4'J was up 1% and Galland Laundry gained Vi ut 41 Vs. Advances ranging from Hmall fractions! lo nioro I him n point were registered by Honolulu OH, standard of California, Los Angeles "las preferred and Pacific Telephone :ommon. Selling of Union Oil sent that Issue to a now 1930 low nt 20^)4 after opening at 2Hi. Other losers Included Universal Consolidated Oil, off H, Dl Olorglo common and preferred and Yellow Cab. Transamerlca dipped '» In mod- rate trading. Otherwise (Inins and Losses About F,(|iinllv Divided on }\\n Hoiird r- 1 I L A, PRODUCE MARKET (Annnclated rrc.nn Leaned Wire) LOS ANCJ13L128, Aug. 2(1.—Beans: 'ocnl Kentucky Wonders, SffSfac, bent 4W4M,c, poorer 2®2',i,c pound, Brown Seed Kentucky Wonders 2<fi)2Hc, poorer 101 Vjc; green podh 3c: Ooeatio Kentucky Wonders .1H5!>4c; host Orange county wax SffjiS'.ic. ordinary local wax 2<if2Vse. local llmas 3<Sp3}4c, good pole llmas 4fif4%c. pound. Cantaloupes:' local H-Ils, standard IDs to 27s. OOffOfic, 3(ls, 40<i?/50c; 45s, 30(9>40c; Tip Tops, standard I Os to 16s, ordinary liOi&JBGe, best 7Cc; Paul Hose, standard 16s to 27s, 70ijf7ric, 3fln, 4&if}TiOc; Mologoldn, standard 10s and 12s at 6!>«fJ76c, IGs, 50<S>60c; 23s, 40<ji> 60c; Melodcws, standard IDs to 27s, GO(FJ>75c. Cauliflower: Santa Maria Snowball 75<fi>90c, crate, small 50@00c, local Snowlmll G0ifi'7(>c crate. Corn: good Chlno'evergreen 35B>45c lug. late sales 25c; local evergreen and Country Gentleman SliifiMilp. lug. Grapes: San Joaquln Valley seedless, iHWl^c; poorer, \\\>- lh.; Mus- cats, 2ViiW2'/ic; Rlhlers and lied Mal- agas, 2(ii'§Hc.; I,ady Fingers, Z%®3r; local Concords and Isabellas, 2$c lb. Plums: Han .loanuln valley Kelsnys 2<W2V4e, largo 3o lb.; Damsons SiijiS'/isc, large President .IVitMc, Grand Duke.i 2 r (' ! 2 1 ,i l c, best Ho, largo standards 4V4 2ff2Hc per iiound; lies! 3c. pound; large standards 4>/i(frSi.- pound; medium 4c; medium sized local Kelsny 2fj|l 3c; Grand Dukes 2^<ff3c, extra largo 4o; Italian prunes 3c; small Santa Ho- KIIS from storage Hi<ji)2c. Potatoes: Chlno, field run $2 00<ii> 2.16, U. S. No. 1 J2.35 cwt:; Saugun, field run $1.7t>t(2.00; Santa Maria Russets. U. S. No. 1 J2.200)2.25. Watermelons: Local and northerr IS to 22-lh. average $8.00(019.00 ton, poorer JO.00, local 24-lb. Htrlpos Jll.OO ton. L, A, CASH GRAIN ———— ——4 fAttnrtalnl Prem Leaned Wire) LOS ANQKLES, Aug. 20.—Current local grain quotations wore reported by the Federal-State Market News Service as follows (Prices (|Uotod uro cwt., field run, In carloads only): No. 2 yellow corn, bulk, prompt delivery, rail, $2.5Gfji2.ri7. ^ArgenUno corn, quick delivery, bulk California wheat, sacked, No. 1 soft or No. 1 hard white. $1.70&1.72 1 ,4 California barley, sacked, 44 Ihs No 2 bright western, $1.65; No. 1, 40 Ibs., $l-67',i. California yellow mllo, sacked No 2, $1.00. COTTON FUTURES 1.\tionlateil I'renit Leaned Wire) NEW VOItK, Aug. 20.—Advances of about 16 to 18 points on unfavor- aVilo weather and crop news wcru followed by partial reactions in cotton today. Deccmhor after soiling up to 11.09, wont to 11.80 under scattered hedging and realizing with tbo mid- afternoon niarket nulet at not ad- vanren of 7 lo !) points. The market eased In lato trading under Incrcasi-d liquidation and hedge selling, futures Hosing barely steady. 3 lower to 2 hlgbur. October, 11.43' December. 11.5HM 1.52; January. 11.5.1; March, II.CO; May. ll.r,2; July 11.02. Spot iiuiel; middling 11.88. FOREIGN EXCHANGE (Bv JOHN D. HENDERSON) (I'nileil 1'rrnn Lennrd Wire.) NEW YORK, Aug. 2«.— England pound, 5.03'i; off O0'» England 00-day bill rule. 5.02%; off i';inndn dollui-K. 1.000; up .001-^2 France franc-. .0058 7-lfi. Italy lira, .07S7. rtclglum belua. .16R9; up .OOOO'i. flernmny mark. .401'2',3. Swit/erlitnd franc. .3260. Holland guilder, .6701: up .0001. Spain peseta, unquoted. Sweden kriinii, .2S!>f>; up .0001. Norway krone, .LTi2!J. I icnmiirk krone, .2247. Japan yen, .^'J4B. (I'nlted rrrnn Leaned Wire) N'RW VOKK, Ailff. 211.— Railroads Slock-- I Atehlson Baltimore & Ohio 'hesapeako K Ohio Orlp Irenl. Northern pfd lllniils Central Missouri Pacific w York i'en I nil Northern Piiclflc 'ciinsylvnnlii •iouthern Pnelflc Union Pacific. Industrials Anierlcan Can American Tel. & Tel Jlorden'.i 'aterplllar Traclor MllpH Service ^'oluniMa (!»s "Vinsnlidalpil G'as "orn Products ''urllsM-Wrlght First National Stores Fox Film "A" General Kleclrlc. General Foods !old Pii.it Goodyear Tire, & Huhlior International Harvester International Tel. & Tel lohns-Manvlllo Montgomery Ward North American Pac.lflc Gas Hlflctrlc Had In Corporation Safeway Stores Sears-Mopbuek S. Itiibhor Union Carbide it Carbon Unlte.d Aircraft Warner Brothers Western Union Westlnghousc Klcctrlo Woolwort h J. C. Penney Transamnrlcn Metali American Smelting Anaconda Bethlehem SteM International Nickel Kennncott Copper Republic, Steel U. S. Steel Vanadium Steel .' Tobncco iind Sugar American Sugar American Tobacco "B" Cuban American Sugar Great Western Sugar R. J. Reynolds "B" Oils Atlantic Refining Consolidated Mexican Seaboard Phillips Petroleum Shell Union Standard of California Standard of New Jersey Koe.ony Vacuum Texas Company Tidewater Ass'n (new) Motors Auburn Motors Chrysler General Motors Hudson Packard Motors Studohaker Tlmken Holler Hearing Equipments American Car Foundry American Locomotive Baldwin Locomotive General Tank Stewart Warner •|OSD Til 2H4 IIMj 26 »» •Ml", 139 120', 175 no 74'/j 4<4 20',-i 41 67 f.ii, -li;", 28'Vi 45% 38 r ;» 14V4 2.1V» 11dV4 44'» 3fl"i 30'i 104 29 ',j 81 2S"i 93'i 24'd 12"» 86 133',4 53V4 86V* 13 82 63 4f>Vn 21 «4 66»4 22Vi 57 Vi 102 10% 3fi',4 60 27M, 12',4 31 30% 62^4 13V4 ,17 '(, I6',4 30 110 64Vi Ifl'j, I0'b 12 a i 62 3 66?i 18 «>• LOS ANGELES STOCKS (Amnrtntril /Venn LOS ANOKM3S, Aug. 26.—Prices wero easier this morning on tho Los Angeles Stock Kxchango as trading volume continued active. Speculation as to what dividend action Pacific Finance will tuko caused traders to take the stock to a now year high. International Cinema made a now low. Of tho 31 Issues traded, 3 wero up, 15 down and 13 unchanged. At 11:30 a. m., volume WHS estimated In excess of 25,000 shares. Quotations wero an follows: High Close Bolsa Chlca Oil "A" 7',i 7Vz Citizens Natl. Bank 29 29 Exeter OH "A" «2Vi .60 Hancock Oil "A" 21 21 Khmer Aircraft 38 .38 Lincoln Pete 17 .1C Lockheed Aircraft 8U S',« L. A. Industries 3'« 3T« L. A. Investment 6^4 5?i Menaseo Mfg 4% 4% Nordon Corp 13 .13 Pacific Finance 26% 28% Pacific Indemnity 27 27 Pacific Lighting 54 54 Kepub. I'ulr lO'd 9'-i South. Cal. Edison 307', SO'Ji Transamerlca 13',» 13 CTiilon Oil Calif 21 21 Universal COIIH. Oil 19Mi 19% Wellington Oil 89-i 8»i I GOVERNMENT BONDS I TrndiiiK Shuffles but at End Prices in Smnll Drop; Irregular Close t.\nnnrlttlfd 7'rrnji Lrnxed Wire) NKW Y011K. Aug. 26. Tho stock iniirket shuffled over a tortuous path loilny and ended up by backing Into slightly lower territory. There was liltlo change In the generally witlsfiu'tory business and Industrial picture iind the ilay's erratic performance, was attributed largely to profit taking. Tim close was Irregular. Transfers wero around 900.000 shares. Hhnvps about even to slightly ahead In thn early hours, Included r. S. Steel, common and preferred; Uethlehe.in, Crucible, Steel, Chrysler, Sears Uochuck, Douglas Aircraft, American Telephone, pppro, Ana- cnnda, Standard Oil of New Jersey, Clondyear. Fnjardo Sugar, National I miry, Loow's, Warner Bros., Gold UtiHt nnd Pullman. In tho backward division were J. T. Case, Montgomery Ward, International Harvester, Gneral Motors, Consolidated Edison, American Water Works, U. S. Smelting, American Smelting, General Electric, Wcfttlnghouso, Santa FVj, Southern Pacific, Northern Pacific, Zenith Hadlo and Johns-Manvllle. Tho accentuated recovery of heavy Industry was viewed as a sustaining Influence, although tho foreign outlook was still being watched with some apprehension by financial quarters. Tho utilities were unresponsive to figures of the Edison Kloctrlo Institute showing power usage at aiv other now record top. Electricity output for tho week ended August 22, was IGMi per cent above the total for tho corresponding 1935 period. r N EWS of some, authors, culled from the reviews: Rachel Field, after an enjoyable transcontinental ir.otor trip, lias i>rrh r pd In Hollywood, where- her novel, "Time. Out of Mind" Is being filmed. Mnry Ellen Chase, author of "Silas Crockett," who has been In England finishing her new book about that country, says that Khe has explored every county In England and that there Is hardly a town that who has not visited. No Loud Laughing "Maxlne JJuvl.s, who traveled all over America gathering material fur her book about American young people, 'The Lost Onpratlon,' bus just returned from England and Sweden, where she studied uur-m- I ployrnent and various ways of I handling It, In preparation for a book on the subject. Bo.causo of the.' restraint of the English and the solemnity fit' the Swedes, .Miss Davis says sho didn't hear anyone laugh out loud during her cntlr* trip." "Following the sur.cens of 'Stars Fell on Alubiimu' and 'Listen for a Lonesome Uniin,' (a novel of ,NV;« York state), Carl Ciirmer him been Invited by book reviewers throughout the country to vl.slt tlielr Hiutc.s next. He. has received three Invitations to do Olilci (and one Invitation lo winy away from that Mate). two requests from New Jersey and one each from Vermont, AVyomlng, I'tali, Colorado and Nevada. Mr. Cartner had planncM (according to Hie Now York Times Book Ui-vlew from which these notes are, drawn) to sit qulntly at home and write u novel, but tho thought of all that material going In waste rn:iy be too much for hl|n." Sea Treasure The TlniCH also tells UN thru Com- mnnder Edward EllHberg, whose nc- count of tho raising of the S-51 wan tulil under the title of "On the. Hot- loin" has a new book ready. It In culled "Spanish Ingots" and It deals with the attempt to secure the trt-iiH- uro In a ship on the bottom of the ocean. John Must field's forthcoming novel has the strange title, "Kgi?» nml Uakcr." FUNERALS ! AI'l'I.KY- -Funeral .-r-rvices for .liulsoii I A|i|>l,.y, Mi, of Wasco. will I,,: cc,i,| ducte,i in HnpMiii chapel Thursday I afternoon at 2 i,'clock, under dircc- i linn of Witwo Lodge til Masons. i Itlrlinril Skinner will l,», vocal ««|<»I l.sl. Interment will li» In Greenlawn Memorial Park. PIKHl'Ci'l Ito.sarj- services for Glu- heppl Pii-ruccl, lif,, of Uuttonwillow, Will III; clHlllUcttMl III. ,":30 o'clock tn- cliapt-l und mass will 1,^ solcinni/.t'it ;u St. Francis Cluircl, ut II ii'i-lock Thursday morning. Interment will lie (n llakersfleld .Memorial Park. I'rvm Lenneit Wlrel NEW YORK, Aug. 26.—U. S. Bonds closed today: Treasury 4U-". 47-52, I19.3 :i'/«s, 43-45, 10H.18 4«, 44-64. 113.30 3%s, 41-43. Mliri'li 109.4 3Us, MRQ 100.1 aVfcs, 49-62. 100.19 3s, 46-48, 106.2 3s, 61-65, 106.7 3s, 51-55, Reg. 10.',.6 2T(,s, 65-80, 103.6 2?is, 45-47, 104.9 2Hs, 48-f.l, 1(12.20 2-1is. 61-51, 1(11.211 Federal Farm Mortgage 2%s. 42-17, 102.30 SH, 47, 104.10 3s, 19, 103.2S Home Ownen Loan 3s. A. r i2. 103.16 t'"l.s, -19, 102 2Vis, 42-44, 102 LOS ANGELES LIVESTOCK t A HHitrititnl t'rt'nn Lritnril Wire) l,i IS ANGKI.ES, Aug. 20.--lings 1M; Z^ftX'n: lower; grnln-feilN $ll.i;»''f 11.76; top, 111.7.'.; sows, JH.OOfi s.75. Callle. 4011; holdovers. 4H2; \i-.-irllng ferl heifers S^; Mexican Hleei-M $11. :i:,; ht-lferH K».5lHi Ii.:i5; CIIWH M-T.Vii 5.VU; cutter (,-radi-N $.1.<KI'rM,r,o. Calves, 250; holdover*. ;!()0; xtead.v: vealers to $10; light calves JT.Iiu'itS.UO; other rangu calves $t;.00'ji ! i;.7.'i. Sh.tcp. iinim; good wiMilvd lambs piloted to $!K POULTRY. BUTTER, EOQS (United ['ran Leaned Wire) LOS ANGELES, Aug. 26,— Butter Extras, 37',ic, Prime Firsts, 36V4c. Standnrdn, 34V4c. Under grades, 33',tc. Eofli (Candled) Large—Clean extras, 31c; light dlrtjr extras, 30c; clean standards, 27c; light dirty standards, 25c; checks, 27c. Mediums—Clean extras, 25Vic; light dirty extras, 24Vic; clean standards, 24c; light dirty standards, 22c; checks, 21c. Small—Clean extras, 19c; light dirty extras, 17c. Case counts, 22c. Poultry Prlcei liens, Leghorns, 2V4 to 3V4 pounds, 12e. Hens, Leghorns, over 3'/i and up to 4 pounds, i7/c. Hen.«, -Leghorns, over 4 pounds, IBc. HOIIH, colored, 3 to 4 pounds, 20c. Pfens. colored, 4 pounds and up, 22c. Broilers, over 1 and up to 1V4 pounds, 20c. Urollors, over 1V4 and up to 2^4 pounds, 18c. Fryers, Leghorns, over 2',i and up to 3 pound. 1 ), I6o. Fryers, colored, 2»,4 and up to 3% pounds, 18c. Fryerx, colored, ovor 3Vi and up to 4 pounds, IDc. Roasters, Bolt bone. Barred Rock*, over 4 pounds and up, 19c. Roasters, soft bone, other than Barred Rocks, ovor 4 pounds and uu. 19«. r Stags, 12c. Old roosters. 9c. Ducklings, 414 pounds and up, 14c. Ducklings, under 4H pounds, 12c. Old ducks, lie. Oeese, 16c. Young torn turkeys, 13 pounds and up to 18 pounds, 19c. Young torn turkeys, over 18 pounds, Hen turkeys, 9 pounds and up, 20c. Old torn turkeys, 14c. Old hen turkeys, 14c. ' Squabs, under 11 pounds, per dozen, 2lc. Squabs, 11 pounds per dozen and UD, 2B<:. Capons, under 7 pounds, 20c. (.'niions, 7 pounds and up, 28c. Rabbits, No. 1 white, 3Vi to 4'A pounds, each lie. Rabbits, No. 1 mixed colors, 3V» to 4!i pounds, each So. Rabbits, No. 1, old, 6c. BAR SILVER IA»nwiatrd Prem Leaned Wire) NEW YORIC, Aug. 28.—Bar sliver iiulot and unchanged at 44%. THE WEATHER San Joaquln valley: Fair tonight and Thursday; cooler In north portion; northwest wind. San Francisco bay region: Fair and mild with fog tonight and Thursday; fresh went wind. Northern California: Fair tonight mill Thurwday, with fog on ths roast, cooler in tho Interior of central portion Thursday; decreasing northwL-st wind off the coast. Hlcrra Nevada: Fair tonight and Thursday; little change Ir- temperature; moderate southwest wind. SarrainiMito valley: Fair tonight and Thursday; cooler in south portion Thursday; southerly wind. Santa I'laru valley: Fair tonight .•uirl Tlitu-Kdity, with local morning i-lnuds; cooler Thursday; northwest wind. Salinas valley: Fair tonight ami Thursday but fog in north portion; no clutiiKe In temperature; northwest wind. Southern California: Generally fair tonight and Thursday hut nioiiiiiik' fi'K on coast ami local Ihumlerstnniis over tbu mountains; no cliangi.' In tainpcrature; gentlo iiorlhwr.st wind off the coast. Union Cemetery FURNISHES MONUMENTS GRAVE MARKERS FLOWER CONTAINERS Prices low in keeping with the time; Office <t Cemetery. Telephone 2297 OFFICES: Bevsrly Hills Lot Angtlel BakcnftelJ Stin DJefo Sail Lake Financial News KK 1' quotatiuns and important financial news irum leading liiuncidl centers are wireJ direct to our office* and immediately posted for your information. Our board room is maintained for your convenience and use at all times. J. A. HOGLE & CO. Mt.MBbRj S't:w YORK SIOCK LACIIANGK KuMiilirJ !'>!:"< 1 Kix Seventeenth street J'huiif -^10

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