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THE DAKERSF1KLD CALIFORNIA*?, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 19116 10 Lttal Nttiett NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS INTER* E8TED IN THE CLOSING OF PORTION OF MERTON AVENUE, ETC., IN THE THIRD ROAD DISTRICT. Notice Is hereby Riven that a petition has been received and filed August 16, 1936, by the Board of Supervisors of tho County 6f Kern, State of California, petitioning the Board to close, vacate, discontinue, abandon, and abolish certain portions of roads In the Third Road District described as follows, to-wlt: Parcel 1. Beginning at the Intersection of tho South boundary of Knotts Street with tho west, boundary of Merton Avcmia and running thence south and along the west boundary of Merton Avo- mie to the north boundary of the Miey In Block No. 37 of the Keith Addition, thence west and along Bald north boundary to the eaat boundary of A Street, thence south and along east boundary of A Street, 20 feet, to the south boundary of said alloy, thence east end along mouth boundary of said alley to west boundary of Morton Avenue, thence south and along west boundary of Merton Avenue to north boundary of Bernard Street, thence east and along north boundary of Bernard Street to east boundary of Merton Avenue, thence north along east boundary of Merton Avenue to south boundary extended of "Washington street, thence northwest and along the south boundary extended of Washington Street to tho west boundary of Section 21, T. 29 S., H. 28 E., M. D. M., thence north and along west boundary of said Section 21, to south boundary extended of Orange Street, thence easterly and along tho south boundary of Orange Street to a point, which point lies at a distance of 40,00 feet, measured said south boundary of Orange Street, from the westerly boundary of Beale Avenue, as said Bealo Ave- nqe now exists, thence southeaa- erly and along a circular curve of *0 ft. radius, concave to tho southwest, to a point on tho westerly boundary of said Beale Avenue, which point lies 40.09 feet, measured along said westerly boundary extended from tho intersection of the westerly boundary of Beale Avenue extended with the southerly boundary of Orange Street, thence northeasterly and along tho westerly boundary of Bealo Avenue extended, to a I olnt, which point lies southerly distance of 100.00 feet, measured at right-angles, from tho southerly boundary of Lot No. 35, of Tract No. 102!», thence northwesterly In a 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 I-ot No. 3D. and which point lies N. 77* Or.' W. a distance of 20.00 feet from the West boundary of said Deale Avenue, thence N. 77' 05' W. and parallel to tho northerly boundary of aald Lot. No. 35 to intersect the south boundary extended of KnottH Street, thence wont and along the south boundary extended of Knotts Street to the place of beginning. Parcel 2. Beginning at a point on tho center-line of Orange Street which point lies westerly a distance of 147.8R feet from the renter-line of Arlington Street, measured along said center-lino of Orange Street, thence southerly and at right-angles to renter-line of Orange Street, a distance of 30.00 feet to a point on the south boundary of said Orange Street, the point of beginning of this dc- and running thence and along tho south scrfptlon; westerly boundary of Orange Street to the northwest corner of Lot No. 21 of —the -Mesa Tract, a point on the easterly boundary of Bealo Avenue, as said Beale Avenue now exists, thenco 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, radial 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 paid Lot No. 1 to the place of beginning. T3oth Parcel No. 1 and Parcel No. 2 He within the boundaries of Sections 20 and 21, T. 29 R., R, 28 12., M. D. M and tho hearing of said petition has been set for 11:00 o'clock A. M.. Monday. August 31, 1J>36, at the rooms of the Board of Supervisors, In tho Court House. City of Rakerpflcld, Kaid 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, 1D3G, F. E. SMITH, Clerk of the Board. Aug. 17 to 31, Inc. $1000.00 each, to $1000.00 each, to $1000.00 each, to 11000.00, to run Nttlots Bids will he received for one or any number of said bonds. All bids must be equal In amount to the par value of said bonds and accrued Interest to date of delivery and each bid must he 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 tho rejection of the bid and tho same will be forfeited to Rio Brnvo School District if the bidder neglects or refuses to pay tho amount bid for tho said bonds within fifteen days after being notified of the acceptance of tho bid. Upon opening of tho bids for said bonds fts aforesaid, said bonds will be sold to the highest and best bidder for cash, lawful money of tho United States of America, subject to the said conditions and provisions. Bids for the bonds at a lower rate of Interest will also ho considered. The said Board of Supervisors, however, reserving tho right lo reject any and all bids for said bonds. All bids must he enclosed In sealed envelopes addressed to F. E. Smith, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, and endowed "PROPOSALS RIO BRAVO SCHOOL DISTRICT BONRS." By order of the Board of Supervisors of tho County of Kern, State of California, made August 10, Tftflfl. (Seal) F. E. SMITH, County Clerk nnd Clerk of said Board. Aug. 18 to Sept. 1, Inc. " NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS NOTICE OF SALE OF RIO BRAVO SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDS, KERN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA. Notice ts hereby Riven that pursuant to an order of the Board of Supervisory of the County of Kern, State of California, made August 10, 193C. sealed bids will be received nt the office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of said County at the Court House In the City of Bakersflelcl. until 11 o'clock A. M., Tuesday, September 8, 193G, for the purchase of seventeen bonds of Rio Bravo School District, Kern County, California, of tho denomination of $1000.00 each. Said bonds were Issued hy the Raid Board of Supervisors under and In accordance with the provisions of (ha Constitution and LHWK of the State of California, and In conformity with the order of said Board of Supervisors, punned on the 10th day of August, 19118, and hear interest at tho rate of five per cent per annum. Interest payable annually for thp first year tbo hondH have to run and seml-annually thereafter, both principal and Interest payHhl£ In lawful money of tho Unltod States of America, on the 10th days of August and February of each and every year out of the Interest nnd sinking fund of wild Rio Bravo Kohool District, upon presentation and surrender to the Treasurer of Kern County, California, nf tho Interest coupons attached to nald bonds; said bonds to be numbered fonserutlvely front 1 to 17, Inclusive, as follown: Bonds Nos. 1 and 2, 11000.00 each, to run 1 yenr; Bonds Nos. 3 and 4 run 2 years; Bonds Nos. 5 and 6 run 3 years; Bonds Nos. 7 and 8 run 4 years; Bonds NOR. 9 and 10, $1000.00 each, to run 5 years; Bonds NOB. 11 and 12, $1000.00 each, to run 6 years; Bonds NOH. 13 and 14, $1000.00 each, to rpn 7 years: BohdH NOH. 15 and 16, $1000.00 each, to run 8 years; Bond No. 17, years. The Ulo Bravo School District has been acting as a Hchool District, under the laws of the State of California, continuously since 1898; tha assessed valuation of the taxable property In said Rio Bravo Hchool District was Six Hundred Forty-two Thousand Five Hundred Fifty-five Dollars ($«4S.Gf>5.00) and has now an outstanding Indebtedness of nothing. The bonds herein referred to were voted for the purpose of ralnlnR money for: 2. The bulldlnff or purchasing of school buildings; 3. Tho making of alterations or additions to tho school building or buildings other than such as may bo necessary for current '"HlntenaiK-e, operation, or repairs; 5. The supplying of school buildings wllh furniture or necessary apparatus of a permanent nature; 0. Tho permanent Improvement of the school grounds. Sealed proposals, addressed to tho 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 tho 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 tho Court House, Bak- ersflelrl. California, at which time nnd placo they wJll bo publicly opened and read, for construction In accordance with the specifications therefor, to which special reference ts hereby made, of the following work and Improvement In the County of Kern, to-wlt: Item la. Excavation. Item 1b. Embankment. Item 2a. 40.344 Thousand Feet B. M. Redwood Timber, In place. Item 2b. 26.214 Thousand Feet B. M, Douglas Fir Timber, in place. Item 3. Three Fire Barrels, In place, complete. Tho foregoing quantities are approx. Imato only, being given as a basis for the comparison of bids, and the Board of Supervisors does not, expressly or hy Implication agree that the actual amount of work will correspond thete- wlth but reserves the right to Increase or decrease the amount of nny class or portion of the, work as may be deemed necessary or expedient by the said Board. Plans may be seen, and forms of proposals, bonds, contract and specifications may be seen at the bfflce of the undersigned and they may bo obtained at the office of tho County Surveyor, altuated at Bakersfleld, California. Bidders on thin work are hereby notified that the Board of Supervisors will Insist that the work be completed within tho time limit. A penalty clause relating thereto Is contained In Article IV of the form of contract above referred to. A bid may he rejected unless the bidder has Indicated on tho outside of the sealed envelope, In which his bid is filed, tho number of his State Contractor's ense. No bid will be considered unless It is made upon a blank form furnished by the undersigned and accompanied by cash or a cluck, made payable to the Chairman of the Board 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 tho said amount, payable as aforesaid. * The Board of Supervisors of Kern County, California, has. pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 397, Statutes of 1931, ascertained the general prevailing rote of wages for each craft or type or workman or mechanic needed to execute the contract, and It shall be mandatory upon the Contractor to whom the contract Is awarded, and upon any sub-contractor under him, to pay not less than the specified rates, viz: Craft Rate per hour Bridge foreman $1.123 Bridge carpenter Painter . Teamster • * • • * 4 • • • * * *•»•**••*• •••** 1.125 1.00 .75 Truck driver 75 .75 • »•••*«• **• t t • • * * # • i * .625 1.375 Lifil Notion TNQS TO: S. A. FLRTCHER AND MARY nan FLi'Trcnrcn, his wife; K. A. PARKPOUD, also known An A. Parkforfl, and HOBRKT KRO, Trustee In Bankruptcy Edwin BROM S. F. Employers Turn Down Plan (Continued From Page Seven) W known HH Susie t,. TIlinSON; P. THROnoni3 7.. known an T. Z. W. McMUHRAY, In the Matter of Edwin A. Parkford, Bankrupt; Case No, 2725Q In tho United States District Court, Southern District of California, and MAUY .TANK PAnKFOUD, bis wlfo; W. .T. BAUNHAHT and KT.SI13 D. BARNHART, his wife; GUY T,, TIARDIHON and ZKTTA N. TTAnnr.SON. his wife; IT. A. BARnKttN and ISDN A Tl. BAnmSRN, his wlfo. and BARHKTCN PF/TUOMSUM f'OMPANY. T,td., a corporation; WlhT.AHD MAT.LOUY and MAHY JANE MA1,T,OKY. his wife; TiAKW VTTQW O1T, T^AHR COMPANY; W1M.IAM T, BTCM, nnd BKSSirc BKI,U his wife; E. V. REDMAN and MAUY JANR REDMAN. hip wife; F, j. miniTWH and MARY .TANK HTrriHES. his wlfo; WTTiMAM A. THOMPSON. Jr., nnd MARY JANE THOMPSON, his wife; UAT.P1T D. noiKJT.AS and MARY JANE DOUGLAS, his wife; JOHN DOK and JANE DOE, his wife; RICHARD ROE and MARY JANE ROE, his wife; JOHN DOE COMPANY, a corporation, and RICHARD ROE COMPANY, a corporation, Defendants. You urn -directed to appear In an action brought against you by tho above named plaintiffs In the Superior Court of the State of California, In and for tho County of Kern, and to answer tho complaint therein within ten dflys after the service on you nf this Summons, if served within tho County of Kern, or within thirty days If served elsewhere, and you are notified that unless you appear and answer as above required, the plaintiffs will take Judgment for «ny money or damages demanded In the Complaint, as arising upon contract, or will apply to the Court for any other relief demanded tti the Complaint. Olven under my hand and seal of the Superior Court of the County of Kern, State of California, May 18, 1936. (Seal) F. E. SMITH, County Clerk of Superior Court. By E. D. Kueffner, Deputy. C. Douglas Smith. Santa Maria, California. Attorney for Plaintiffs. Aug. 18, 20, 27; Sept. 3, 10, 17, 24; Oct. 1, 6, 15, 22. roctrd to work nil ahlpn arriving at Port Townstnd, nnd nt tho McCor- mtck'ri Peter Helms, which Plant snld, hnd been Hod up. AH letters aottlnR forth tho complete answers of both sldnn wero rend to tho confercnno, It wna Indicated tho negotiations would bo continued despite tho threatened Impasse. In denying tha union's rpque«t for changes In tho award, employers nn- swercd each proposal separately. Laborer (skilled) Laborer (common) Shovel operator (power) Caterpillar operator ,. .75 Blacksmith 1.00 BlaokNmlth helper 75 Watchman 025 Any craft not herein named, not less than $O.C25. Time and one-half to be allowed for over-time nnd for work on Sundays, and on tho seven holidays*, vlss: N*\v Year's Day, Decoration Day. July 4th, Labor Day, Armistice Day, Thanks- fflvhiff Day nnd Christmas. Tho Contractor Bhall forfeit as a penalty to «atd County, ten dollars for each laborer, workman or mechanic employed, for each calendar day, or portion thereof, such laborer, workman or mechanic is paid lens than the above wttpulaled rates for any work done under this contract, by him or by any sub-contractor under him. The Board of Supervisors reserves the rlffht to reject anv or all bids or to accept the bid deemed for tho beat Interests of the County. Dated at BakersfleM, California, this 19th day of August. 1986. P. E. SMITH. County Clerk and ex-offlclo Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. Aug. 21 to Sept. 1. Inc. ORIGINAL SUMMONS No. 2970U Action brought In the Superior Court of the County of Kern, and Complaint filed In the office of fhe Clerk of tho .Superior Court of said County. In tho Superior Court of the State of California, In and for tho County of Kern. JOHN BKATT1R HUDSON, also known as John n. Hudson, iiUo known as J. R. Hudson, and HKNH1- KTTA J. HUDSON. his wife; f'HAHLKK L. HUDSON, also known as C. L. Hudson, and HUTH M. HUDSON, hiH wlfo; JM3IICY P. HUDSON, also known JIB P. P. Hudson, and LOIJUKNA M. HUDSON, nlao known OH Lorona llml-suii, MH wife; SUSAN A. HUDSON. alHo Hudson; RORKHT DOUGLAS .SMITH MoMUUHAY, also Mi-Murray, and C. Plaintiff*. VH. S. A. PLETCHKIi and MAUY nor-: FLKTCHKU, iiis wife; K. A. PAHKPOnp. also known as Kdwin A. Parkford. and UOHKHT BROMBKHCi, TruHtao In IJankruptcy in the Matter of Kdwin A. Park ford. Bankrupt, Case No. U72H6 In the United Slaten District Court. Southern DlHtrfct of CftliforniM, mid MARV JANE PARKFORD. his wife; W. J. ARNIIAUT and Klsle D. Barnhurt. •i wife; i;uv L. HARDISON and ZETTA N. HARDfSON, his wlfo; H. A. BARDKKN and KDNA R. BAR- DKKN. his wlfo, and BAKDI2KN P1C- TROLEUM COMPANY, Ltd.. a corporation; WILLARD MAT-LORY and MARY JANR MAI-LORY, his wlfs; LAKK VIKW OIL LKASK COMPANY; WILLIAM T. HKLL anil RKSSIK BELL, his wlfo; K. V. UKD- MAN and MARY .TANK REDMAN. hiH wife; P. .1. HUC.HKS and MARY JANK HUOHKS. his wife; WfLf.IAM A. THOMPSON. Jr., and MARY JANK THOMPSON. hiH wife; RALPH I>. DOUfiLAS and MARY JANK D.OUGLAS. his wlfo; JOHN DOE and JANK DOE, his wife; RICHARD ROK and ^^ARY .TANK ROK. his wife; JOHN DO)-: COMPANY, a rnrpora- llon. and RICHARD ROK COMPANY, a Corporation, Defendant*. THK PKOPLK C»P THE STATE OK CALIFORNIA HUND f.'RKh'T- NOTtCE OF SALE OF SEMf-TROPIC SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDS Kern County, California 12, Inclusive, years; 16. inclusive, years; IS. Inclusive, Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to an order of the Board of Su- pervlHors of the County of Kern, State of California, made August 17, 1936, sealed bids will be received at the office of the Clerk of the Board ot .Supervisor* of wild County at the Court HOUBQ In the City of Bakersfield until 11 o'clock a. m.. Monday, September 14, 1936. for the purchase of elarhtoen bonds of Semi-Tropic School District, Kern County, California, of the denomination of |1000.00 each. Said bonds were Issued by tho said Board of Supervisors under and In accordance with the provisions of tho Constitution and IAWH of "The State of California, and In conformity with the order of said Board of Supervisors, passed on tho 1,7th day of August. 1936, and hear Interest at the rate of fi per cent per annum. Interest payable annually for the first year the bonds have to run and seml-annuatly thereafter, both principal and interest payable In lawful money of the United States of America, on the 17th days of Augrust and February of each and every year out of tho 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: said bonds 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 NOH. 5 to 8, Inclusive, $1000.00 each, to run 2 years: Bonds Nos. 0 to $1000.00 earli, to run 3 Bonds Nos. 13 to $1000,000 each, to run 4 Bonds Nos. 17 to $1000.00 each, to run 5 The Semi-Tropic School District has been acting- ns a School District, under the laws of the State of California, continuously slnco 1896: the assessed valuation of the taxable property In said Semi-Tropic 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 nothlnpr. The bonds herein referred to were voted for the purpose of raisins monev for: 2. The buildlnff or purchasing of school buHdlngg; 3. The making of alterations or additions to the school building or buildings other than nurh as may be necessary for current maintenance, operation, or repairs; 5. The supplying of school buildings with furniture or necessary apparatus of a permanent nature: 0. Tbo permanent improvement of the school grounds. Bids will bo received for one or any number of said bonds. All bids must be equal In amount to *be par value of the said bonds and accrued to date of delivery and each bid must bo accompanied with a certified check payable to F. E. Smith. Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of paid County, or a cash deposit for tho sum of at least ten per cent of the amount of the bid. The check or cash deposit will be returned to the bidder in caae of the rejection of tho bid und tbo same will bo forfeited to Semi-Tropic School District If the bidder neglects or refuses to pay the amount bid for the Raid bonds within fifteen days after being notified of the acceptance of tbo bid. Upon opening of the bids for said bonds »s aforesaid, Raid bonds will po 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 conslderod. The said Board of Supervisors, however, reserving the rlffht lo reject any and all bids for nald bonds. All bids must be enclosed In sealed envelopes addressed to F. R. Smith. Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, and endorsed "PHOPOSAT.S SICMI-TROP- 1C SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDS." By order of the Board of Supervisors of tbo County of Kern. State of California, made August 17, IMG. (Seal) F. R. SMITH. County Clerk and Clerk of paid Board. Aug. 22 to Sept. 0. inc. NOTICE OF MEETING OF BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF KERN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, TO CONSUMMATE PURCHASE OF REAL PROPERTY FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES. Notice in hereby given that tho Board of Supervisors of Kern County will meet at their rooniH In the County Court House, City of Bakersfield, County of Kern. Stato uf California, at U:00 o'clock a. in., Monday. September 14, 1H3C, for tho purpose of eon^mnmatlnff the purchase from C. L. Taylor and Ola R. Taylor, his wife. Raymond O. Taylor and Dorn Louiso Taylor, his wife, for the «uni of $1400.00, of the fojjmvfiifr hereinafter described real property, to- wlt; Tho half of Villa Ixit 40 of Drury's Addition In the County of Kern, St'Ue of California, an per map recorded March IS. 1907. In Hook 1. Page 101 of Maps In the office of the County Recorder of Haiti County, excepting therefrom tbe south 75 feet; and H!KO excepting therefrom u strip 30 fed wide on the north und went sides thereof reserved for public roadn. Said property Is to bo uned for public: purposes, lo-wlt; for Hospital Grounds. Any and ail persons interested in din mattf«r may appear at tho above mont luiicd t imu and pluco and he hoard. Dated August 19. 1936. K. K. SMITH. Clerk of the Uourd. August. i'j 10 .Sfptcinbur 11. Inc. Electors Thanked I wish to thank tho voters of BakorsfleJd for tho very fine support they gave my candidacy for reelection. 1 sincerely appreciate the voto ffJven Jne nnd T nni indeed grateful to the fine men and women who worked so hard In my behalf. Tho policies for which we fought uro still an Issuo and tho splendid voto In their support la Indicative of tho ultimate successful outcome in November. CHAS. W. WIMMEU, Supervisor, Fifth District. Hodnoy TJ. Turner, state assemblyman from tho Forty-first district, today thanked voters of thin area for their support in the primary election. "I wish to express my sincere appreciation of the vote of confidence given me at the polls August 20," he said. SANTA MARIA, Aug. 27.—Congressman Henry 13. Stubbs, representing the Tenth district of California, wishes to express to both hlfl Democratic and Republican friends his deep appreciation for the largo votes of confidence expressed at the polls Tuesday. Chairman Roy Woollomes, of the Board of Supervisors today asked the newspapers of the county to thank tho voters of the first super- visorial district for having returned htm to office ut the primary election. "Particularly do I wish to thank my friends, those that organized clubs to advance my candidacy in all sections of the first district. Not only do 1 wish to offer my slncerest thanks to these leaders and club members but to friends outside of tho clubs giving me their support through kindly word of mouth and by their ballots," he said. "I am intensely pleased with this vote of confidence making it unnecessary for me to campaign for the November general election and wish again to give my sincerest thanks to those making this result a fuct." SAN FRANCISCO STOCKS Prcs* Leased Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 27.— High Close Calif. Packing 42U Crown SSel., com vtc 8% Crown Zol., pref A 104% Crown Zel., pref B 104 DI Giorgio Fruit, com 31 Dl Oiorglo Fruit, com 52 GoMeji State 10 Magnavox. Ltd. .. Magnln, com Marchant Cal, coin 23 P. G. & 15., com 38 Pac. Pub. Svc., new com. 7 Pac. Pub. Svc.. 1st pfd. Republican Petroleum . S. J. Lt. Pow. 7pc pr pfd, 116 Shell Union, com 18 Southern Pacific . .Standard Oil Calif. Tninsamorlca Union Oil Calif Western Pipe Cal.. com. 42 Vi 8% 104 52 JO o 20 23 38% 7',5 * t * • 4 41 35 115 IS 9i • • 21 30 Vi mi n it Ott SOU METALS MARKET {Associated Press Leased Wire) NEW YOUK, Aug. 27.—Copper quiet electrolytic spot and future |D.76, export |!».65. Tin firm; spot and nearby $42.75, future J42.12H- Leacl steady; spot New York $4.60® 4.65; East St. Louis $4.45. Xlnc dull; Kast St. Louis spot and future ?4.SO. Iron, aluminum, antimony, quicksilver, platinum and wolframite unchanged. Lual Notion SCHOOL BOND ELECTION NOTICE - v. FINANCIAL LETTER J. A. HOQLE A COMPANY Members New York Stock Exchange Yesterday It was Mitfffontoil that a change In psychology oould posMbly romo overnight and overnight ft rnmo. Tho market opened ahout In tho usual manner of Jain. Floor tnidnrn w«»ro the first to Hpnon tho foot thnt celling of Into was of poor quality and switched to tho buying Fide whlrh mot rapid rchjionpr. The ollmb wn« continuous throughout tho day and tho close wan at host prlrrs. Final averages Indicated a gnln of 3.15 and 1.36 for industrlnlfl and rnlls respectively. The change wns in great measure largely made without support of news and In casting about for reasons ftll types of rumors were heard. Of course tho domestic political situntlon and ISuropo held tho spotlight. Fundamentally the ohatigo wan largely technical. Evidently a comparatively large nhort Interest hnd been built up and good part of tho buying was from short covering and belated long pur- chHsos. Representative issues In tho late afternoon spurted sharply as against thn recent sluggishness and bearish attitude held In many quartern. Somo extension In expected tomorrow and there arc two possibilities. One lhat about another point will bo gained and tho averages established at tho 168 level. Afterwards then a sideways movement of consolidation until after Uabor day when tho September move will really got under way. Tho other possibility la lhat the old high resistance level above 1$9 will bo broken and the way clear for further advance. If this IH tho nvso a correction wJH llkoJy come Just before the Uibor day holiday a week or 10 days hence. Tho performance of vails and steel stocks as "veil as other selected Issues leaves little doubt as to tho eventual direction tho market will assume. Notice Is hereby given to the qualified electors of Vaughn School District of the County of Kern, State of California, that In accordance with law, an election will be held on the llth day of September. [9.16, at Vaughn .School House In said District, between thn hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clock p. m., during which period and between which hours the polls shall remain open, at which elect Ion there will be submitted lh« question of issuing ttnrJ welling bonds of Fald district to the amount of Twelve Thousand ($12,000.00) Dollars, for the purpose of raising money for Ihc following purpoNuH: 1. The purchasing of school lots; 2. Tho huilfjing or purchasing of school buildings; 3. Tho making of alteration? or additions to the school building nr buildings other than Hiirh as may be nnces- sary for run-out maliitenun<'e, operation, or repairs; fi. The supplying of school buildings with furniture or necessary apparatus of a permanent nature; 6, Tho permanent Improvement of tho school grnundH; AJ1 of tho foregoing purpose?* enumerated herein arc hereby united and shall ho voted upon na one single proposition. The said bond* thereunder lo \>f in- sued nnd sold shall ho of tho denomination of One Thousand f$lnOO.OO) Dollars each, and shall bear interest ut the rate of f» per runt pt*r annum, payable annually for tho first year the honds have to run and Bemi-unmmlly thereafter, ami .said bunds shall IM- numbered from 1 lo 12, consecutively, pyable as fallows: Bond No. 1, One Thousand to run 1 year, TIondH NOH. 2 and Dollars i-ach. to run TJonds NOH. 4 and i Dollars each, to run Tiond.4 NOH. H to S Inclusive, Out* ThouKund Dollur.s each, to run 4 years. Homls NOH. 0 to 12, Inclusive, One Thousand Dollars each, to run G yearn. That Mr*. WJlma Lanr-y -Aill act us Inspector and Mrs. Ruth Werth and Mrs. MHO Hllnkard will act JIM Judges of mild Kler-tlon, and con- the «am«, Ha Id /n.spfrtor «.n<) H beini* competent und qualified electors of Miild School District. IN WITNKHH T1IICRKOI'', w* have hereunto net our hands thlH 15th <Juy of AugUHt, 1!*U6. T ,M l 'OOl'Kit KhANCfs M. SKIUKHT DAISV OLDI'MIOLI). TniHtPftH of Vitutfhn Kchool District. Kern County, Calif. A us. -0, -". Sept., a. 10. Ouo Thousand years. One Tbou.sand yearn. STOCKS ADVANCE ON S,F. MARKET 2H Issues Gain, Including Five New Highs; nnd Shores Slump NEW YORK CLOSE (United Pre** Leased Wire) NHW VOTIK, Aug. 07.— ClOBIS Ohio Ohio ft I '• Lctmcd Wirtt) SAN KKANC1HCO, Aug. 117. -The market WIIH iitmng on (ho H(OC!< exchange hore today, with lii.OOO shares moving hi the curly trading. Twenty-eight storkw woro up, wllh flvo new hlghH, 11 wore- off and eight worn unchanged. Tho new hlgliN worn Ijhnporlum, tit 20 1 .;; Halo Brothers, up I Byron Jackson, up more than Ygllow Cub, up ut f>tt; and up Mi nt 10; 1 »t 25, S. F. LIVESTOCK I (Associated PrenK Lcatctl Wire) SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 27. 225; butchers ahout steady; hulk 180 to 225-lb. California $11.75*$ 11.00; top $11.00; few 240 to aiO-lb. butchers ?10.00^'11.40; pigs unevenly lower; pacXnffo 12F.-lb. weights $10.76; packing HO\VB weak, FpoU 20c lower; bulk fS.DO, odd head to $9. Cattle, 200; moderately active, steady, fiteftrw predominating; load de- slrahle 1187-lb. north coast grans steers, #7.40; three loads 1005 to 1155- Ih. north const grassers $7.1G®7.2D, lightly sorted, load 030-lb. medium short-fed steers $0.75; car common 865 to 000-lb. Krasa Htcera $5; good under 1100-lb. fed steers abspnt, quoted 1o $8.BO; half load niedlurip 745-lb. gra«8 heifers IS.50; good cows quoted up to $6.50; odd head good weighty bulls up to $5.90. Calves, 135; about steady; two loads medium to Kood 255 to 325-lb. Arizona calveH $7.00; Rood to choice vcalors quoted il».00^9.GO. fjheep. C50; package Miorn lambs on sale, other classeR absent; market quoted nominally steady; ptrlrtly pond wooled lambs ((tinted up to $!»; late Wednesday: l^iiuhn 25f/50( > lower; 4 decks medium to good 80 to 82-lb. Oro- Kon woolod lamhB $3.50 sorted 15 per cent; around 200 head Rood 82-lb. California wooled lambs $8.50 straight. TREASURY REPORT (Aftunciattd Pre.M Leaned Wire) WASHINGTON, Aug. 27.— The position of the \reiL*ury on August 25: Receipts, $9,068,044.58; expenditure.**, $13,763,271.12; balance, $1,058.729.- 3Tt5.26; customs receipts for tho month, Uecelpts for (ho fiscal year (since July 1), $6f>i», 232,050.48; expenditures, $.S!)4.784,0!)5,18, Including $275,992,8111.32 of emergency cxpendlturen; excesH of expenditures, $29P,5B1,144.70; gross debt, $33,391,7r>0,8rifi.23, a decrease of $2,Rr>7,630.50 under the previous day; gold aBHcts, $10,692,325,715.27. BAR SILVER •<$> (Associated l*ren* Lcnted Wire) NEW YORK, Aug. 27.—Bar silver steady and unchanged at 44 % c. BIRTHS CUnTTK—To Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Curtis, Kern Lake, a daughter, Gertrude, August 2u, at Kern General Hospital. HUGHES—To Mr. and Mrs. Nelnon Hughes, Route 3, llox 112, a Ron. Nelson Junior, August 25 at Kern General Hospital. DIXON—To Mr. and Mrs. r>lxon, Cottonwood Road, a &eph Tommy. August 25 General Tommy son, .1 flat Kern RAKCOK—To Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles ItttMCoc. Lcl/Pc, n son, Garry Clifton, August 25 at Kern General Hospital. .SCHWARTZ- -To Mr. und Mrs. Adolph 1'. Schwartss, IlOa K htreet, a daughter, Uarharn Ann, AutfUHt 25 at Korn Gonrrwl Hospital. tox, To Mr. and Mrs. UOHM 924 OMores Ntreel, a son. Au- 20 at Kern General Hospital. HOWAUT>-To Mr. and Mrs. Cir-orgo G. Howard. Taft, H daughter, Au- 2'J at Kern Gencnil AHfTIA— To Mr, and Mrs. Kate Alii- t in, Delano, a son, August 27 at Ken i General INTENTIONS TO WED •<&• i — John \V. lili, und Justine t'antrel), 17 of Teharhapl. DISIJCK-MrCOY — Kdwin W. OlsUr. 1-3. AU-KIttrioJt, and Mvelyn C. McCoy, li I.HAAC-CAMAVICU,— Klin fir B. ,'J. Shaftt-r. and Martha K. Culd- wi-ll. ]«, Santa Crux. Sugar common, up h fc at Marrhnnt Calculating, on a turnover of 1100 NtmroH, was up •% at 211, General Motors tip 1. to at fiSVa, und Sound View Pulp, up 1 at 72. Thorn woro. nuittwotiH other Ruins 8cnttPre<l throughout, tho list. UntUMl Air Uncs at ltf% WAH off 3 from Mm Inat wile. Thn oils were stronR, KH|IIH ranging from '/j to %, except Shell Union, off l,uj,e V. Martluex, 22, Bukcr*fU'M, and 1-uulKu Uudrltfuez, Is, and John M. Pare, IM, A. Cruwder. 18, both i of Bukerhflcld. POPKJOY-ASIK'UOFT — Cnn-oll A. I'opejoy. 28. and Irish AHhrrofi, 22. both of and KKA-OhiVKUA—Vfdal It.-a. u::. Adellnu Ollvt-ra, 17, both of I HT13VKNKON-LAMH— -Lt»n»y Ste\vn- Him. .10, and ('a Hi "h m 1 Lamb, %, both of In the utilities, Southern Pacific was up 1, Pacific Gas common up %• North American Investment Corporation 6n up 2 at 90, with tho 5V&s off 1 point. San Jouuuln Power 7s worn off 3ifc at 115. Trannamtirlca showed good volume and strength, opening »t 13 anil moving 1 up W, on a turnover of 4000 H liar os. i'i Rnllronds Atchtanu Hnltlmnro i 'h(*Natieal(o Krlft (Jrent Northern, pfd IV.»7fc Illinois Ontral 2 Missouri PnHfli' 2' Ni>w York Ontral 42 1 Northern Pacific 27 Pennsylvania .Southern Pndflr Union I'aolfIc 110-74 Industrials American Can 122 Amerl'-HM Tol. A Tol 17-* Rordrnn 20 7 (i Caterpillar Tractor 74^ Cities Hervlco .. Columbia Ofis . . Consolidated Gas Corn I'rod u<*Ui Cn RECOVERY ME ON N. Y. MARKET Many Stocks Advance From Fractions lo Five I'oinls; T\vo (lo Up Ten CurtlHH-WrlKhl B*fc First National Stores 4fl',J Fox Film "A" 30\fc Oonnml Hlectrlc 47 Ouneriil KoodH 30 Ooltl Dunt 14U Ooodyoar Tiro and Rubber 24 Tnlornatlonnl Uarvont 70 International Tol. A Tol 13 Johns-Man villa 117 Montgomery Ward 46?fc North American 31 ' T'ftolflo (Iftfl Klocfrlo 3S Radio Corporation 11 Safowny KtoroH 2fl Hears-Roebuck 84 IT. S. Ruhbar 30 Union Cat-hide & Carbon United Aircraft Warner Brothers , Western Union 87 Wentlnghouse Electric 140 Wool wort h K3 J. C, Penney...*., 87V Transamorlca 13$ Metflls American Smelting 84 LOS Local pound, I'rctH Leaned Wire) ANGELES, AIIR. 27.—HeanB Kentucky "Wonders 3Vi bent 4fco, fair UH^Hc, large I*it2c; Brown Heed Kentucky Womlm-s 2^2^Ci poorer Kf Uic; Oceano, San I Ails Oblspo and Berros Kentucky AVondoru a@4c; Orange county wax 2 \k frHc, poorer 1 V4 © Be ; local JwtniaH H^S^c, best 4c, poorer l^o, Carplnterla Linms $1.60^1.60 per 3G-lb. crate. Cabbave: l^ocal pointed typo Cannonball and -OO, best $1.25 crate. Santa Maria Cannonball S5c@ $1.00 crate, Hanta Clara county red cabbage 2c pound. Cantaloupes: .Local Il-Us B0©65c, 75c fur Htandard Ills to 27s, 3fi« c. best Wtf 50c, "ITis 20^30c, melo- dew, HtuiifJun) 23« nnd L'7« tfOf£f>70c. 3tfH 40$K'Oc; Melogolds, standard 16s 50®0&c; Paul UOHO, standard 16s to 27s OOftfOr.c. CauMflower: Fairly Rood Santa Maria and Uuarlalupa Snowball 75(fi) 85c, (12s) 40@jOc, ordinary local Snowball G0©>76c crate. Corn: Chlno I-Jvergroon 351j540c. best 45c luff, lato sales of pood 25c, No. 2s 15c; local Kvergrecn 3G$p40c. Figs: Local Brunswlcks niff'-lc pound, loose Kadotas 3fu J 4c, San Joa- quln valley Kadotas 4 1 /&<ft ) (ic pound. Grapes: San Joaquln valley Seedless pound, Jlod Malagan lH^a'Ac, lllblers 2^2Hc, holdovorw P/fcc: Mus- cats 2&2^c; lUsh Baba« I'fQaVio; Lady Fingers 3^3 Uc; local Hlblora 2 ^2<fe<-, Tokays 2H^3c, Concerns and iHabellas 2V6c; EHcondldo Muscats 2Uc, Yucalpa Concords 3c pound. Peas: Oceano, Quadalupo, San Luis ObJspo, HerroH and Arroyo Grande Pole OVa^8c, pound, fair 4®4Hc; small local China pen a l2@Hc. sugar peaa 7<ft>10o pound. Peaches; Vucalpa and Beaumont hales from cold storage, 90s and 48n, 4<8"4Uc pound, fifis and 60s, :i I /''3P3%c l 70s and 2s, 3fHlH*\ 80s and smaller, Yucalpa elbertas fifis to G4s, 3-layer IH^Sc; local curry seedllriKH GOs lo 70s, HVj^IJc, small «!; Curmiionsfi lovellw, 60s nt 40o . 0s, 3Gc; 80s, 80c; Han .loaquln valley curry seedlings 60s, 8&3V&C, 70s, 84s, 2^2Uc; salways C0« to .1c t 3-layer M4®2c, looso Phillips clings, 30^350 lug. Sweet potatoes: pound Kern county jerseys 2, 2^^3c r Nancy Halls, OranffA county I'orto nlcans, pound. Tomatoes: local Oraugo county San Dlcgo county stones 4x5s, and Gx6s, .'(S-fclOc lug, Bx5s. 4&(?K.Oc, Oxf.s, 30fj> 35c; Gx7H, 2D'30c, ponderosas, 4x5s, Ilethlohem Steel ................ 07 International Nickel ............ R4H Kennocott Copper ............... 47 Republic Stool .................. 22^ u. S. steel ., .................... CPU Vanadium Steel ................. 23H Tobacco and Sugur American Sugar ................. 59 American Tobacco "A" .......... 100 American Tobacco "IV' .......... 101 Cuban American Sugar .......... 11 Great Western Sugar ............ 36 R. J. Reynolds "B" ............... G6 Oils Atlantic RefinlnK ............... 27% CotiRolldatod .................... 12% Mexican Seaboard ............... 31 H Phillips Pete .................... 42VJ Shell Union ..................... Standard of California .......... Standard of New Jersey ......... Sonony Vacuum ................. J NKW YOIMC. Aug. 27.—A rocov- y u-fivo todjiy swept stock market, prims up fractious to 5 or rnoro points, ono of two Issues got up around 10. .Stimulator! hy generally favorable business and industrial news, steels*, mils, motors nnd specialties were tho Htar performers. There was lato profit taking but this wan fib- florbrtd In Mm majority of conofl without cllfflculty. ('los« Is Strong Tho <ito«o was strong. Transfer* approximated 1,250,000 shares. Aftfjr n. dlfftdont opening and a subsequent, slipping: movement buyers got behind tho rails, stools and Hpoclultlos. Many selected Isaues nonr the fourth hour wcro ahead fractions to a or more points. Prominent Performers Prominent share performers on tho upside Included Santa Fo, N. Y. Cnntral, Houthcrn J'aclfic, Northern Pnolflo, Great Northern, Delaware A Hudson, Luckawunna, U. S. Steel, Bethlohom, Crucible Steel, Youn|fl- town Sheet A Tube, Vanadium, SeArs Roebuck, Montgomery Ward, Chrysler, General Motors, Douglas Aircraft, Mosta Machine, Du Pont, American Can and WcotiAghduao. Fairly Firm ^ On a fairly firm foundation were United Aircraft, North American. American Water Works, Mclntyre Porcupine. Standard Oil of Now Jersey, Commercial Credit, General Electric, Goodyear, Anaconda, Twin City Hapld Transit, StudobiUcer, Warner Bros., and Pure Oil. u American Telephone was backward and U. S. Industrial Alcohol heavy. i ANQELES STOCKS fin^l J3t,{ $1% Texas Company Tidewater Assoo.i now Motors Auburn Motors 30-% Chrysler luu General Motors 6flH Hudson 1Q Packard Motors 11 Stuilebakor 13H Tlmlcon Hollor llenrlng 64 Equipments AmerlfRn Car Foundry 42 American Locomotive 301 Baldwin Locomotive »... 3 (Jonoral Tank . Stewart Warner WI-OS ANQELEg, Au». 27. InduitrUI* Stork— Asked POULTRY. BUTTER. EQQS r.xf.H, UxOs, nO^fJOc; Ventura 50-iniOc; 5x. r js. 60® Ponderosas and ic; 5x6n, larpro t-dflro j>ack, county MloncH. 4x5s Cfic; GxGH, •tO'iinOc 4X. r iH, RSr.; fixfis. 60fc60r luff, 1 local Italian tomatoes, 40%fjuc; chorry and Hinall yellow, fjO^'GBc tray. Watcnnolons: Local and northern. 18 to 22 pounders, Sft.OOtf 10.00 ton; 24- poundorH. $11.UO^ 1^.00; poorer and small. ?G.OO ton. (United Press Leased Wire) LOS ANOKLES, Aug. Butter Kxtras, 37Hc. Prime Flratn. 36^c. Standards, 34 Under grades, EQUB (Candled) Large-—Clean extras, 31c; light dirty extras, 30c; clean »tandard», 27c; light dirty Btandardn, 25c; checks, 27c. Mediums—Glean extras, 25^o; light dirty extras, 24Hc; nl«an standards, 24r.; light dirty standards, 22c; chocks, 21c. Small—Clean extras, 19c; light dirty extra H, 17c. Case counts, 22c. Poultry Prices Hens. Leghorns, 2»i to 3',i pounds, 12c. Hens, Leghorns, over 3U and up to 4 nnunclH, 13c. Heus. Leghorns, over 4 pounds, IGc. Hens, colored, 3 to 4 pound*, 20c, Hens, colored, 4 poundH and up, 22c. Drotlers* over 1 and up to l 1 /^ pounds, 2Uc. HroIIei-B, over 1 \k and up to 2U poundH, 18c. I'Yyers, Leghorns, over 2\i and up to 3 pounds. 16o. Fryers, colored, 2'/i and up to 3^4 poundH, 18c-. Kry«rs, colored, over 3 1 ,i and up to 4 poundH. 19c. Haunters. Hoft hone. Barred Rocks, over 4 pounds and up, 19c. UoaHtcrn. Hoft bone, other than Darred Rocks, ovei 4 pounds and up, Claude Neon Olobn Milling ............. 8 Houglan Aircraft .......... 71 Taylor Milling ............ 18 Lockheed .................. 9 Banks Citizens National ......... 28H Hocurlty-Flmt National.... 02 Tranaamorlca Mlscellaneoui A. Investment Pacific Finance ........... 28U Public Utilities U A. ORB & Elftc. pfd ..... 107U Pacific Gan & Electric ..... 38% Pac. Gas & Electric A ..... 32 Pacific L,l K htlng comm ---So. Calif. KdJwon com..,.. So. Calif. ISdlnon 6 pfd,... So. Calif. Kdlson 5% ...... 19 DVc 20% So. Calif. Gas fl pfd,...... 31 63% 30 W 28U 27»1 28»i 107% 39 33H 54 % 28 Southern Pacific LOS ANQELES LIVESTOCK Stags. 12c. Old rooHlo Duckling*, Ducklings, Old ducks, Uc. •t 1 /^ pounds and up, 14c. under 4V^ pounds, 12c, lie. IGc. Younc toni turkeys, 13 pounds and up to IS pounds. 19c. Young torn turkeys, over 18 pounds, 20o. H«n turkeys, 9 pounds and up, 20c. t>ld torn turkeys, He. Old hen turkeys, I4c. ScjuabH, under 11 pounds, per dozen, 24c. stcorH $7.2J. McxtPiuiH $5.50^ I Hquabn, 11 pounds per dozen and up, (United rrcit* Leased LOS A NOBLES, Aug. 27.—Hogs: 200, Hteady; grain feds $11.60 top $11.75; locals $10.25^11.00; $8.25«S9.00. HecoiptH 1000. Meady; short $5.7r,; grass helfnrR $6.86; cows $4.75 ^5.76. rut lor wade* |3.001i4.&0; bulla $5.00^6.86. Calvcy: ItociMpt.s 160, stoiuly; vral- to $10; heavy calvc.H |i..Sr t . Htoclt- Jfi.OOf/ G.:,tt. Sheep—ItfM't'lptH 601). .si pad y; im>d hi m to K«'0d wooled lambn $8.76; 20 per cent $7.76; «wf*n $3..15 2oc. Capons, Canons, HabbltH pciiitulH, Halibit.s. under 7 pounds, 26c. 7 poundu and up. 28r. No. 1 white, 3',i, to lie. No. I mJxeJ colors. each *Jr. llabbilH, No. 1. old. &c, to FUN RALS L. A, CASH GRAIN R on* Chlca Pacific Weatern .......... 14 Standard Oil of California 86 Union Oil of California.... 21 * t * 40% 14% 35 a i 21% (Associated Press teased Wire) CHICAGO, Aug. 27.—Grains closed: wheat: September $1.11%<8>1.12; December $1.10%©1.10%; May $1.09% ©1.09H. Corn: Sflptemher It.10^©!.10%; December 95^(5J9B%c; May 91U@9l%c Oats: September 42%©43c; December 43%c; May 44%c. Hye: September 84^c; Barley; September 80c; 74c. December December COTTON FUTURES I (Assoolatad Press Leased Wire) NEW YORK, Aug. 27.™Cotton waa quiet today and moved Irregularly within n comparatively narrow range. After selling up to 11.55, or 4 points n«t higher, December reached t6 11.47 and tho mid-afternoon market waa uultu at not declines of 2 to S points. Ku lures closed steady 2 to 5 higher. October, 11.48® 11.49; December, 11.68flU1.54; January. 11.60N; March, 11.G2; May, 11.B6; -July, 11.67. Spot quoit; middling, 11.88. AI'l'LKY -Kiinerul nervir:eH for .Jud- Rfiii Apploy, f',i% of \Vnnrn, wen* conduct <MJ nt llopHoii rhapul this aft«r- rnxm at 2 o'clock, uridt'r tin- illrr'c- tion uf \Vi\Hiro Lodgo of MH.HOIIH. n)<'h;tr<l Skinotfr \va.s vi/c«| Nojofnt. Interment will ho in Greorilawn Mo- tuorlal 1'arl;. A N' It It A I >.\- < ira v«-Hfi[t> S(-|- vires for (llllieri Andrnda, Infant nun uf Mr. and MI-H. Nick Auilrailii. 1(2(1 Kawt Ninth Htrfot, wer w conilnctcd at 10 oVlocU this jnorulng ut I'nlon cmiu-- t#-ry, with the Huv. Kathvr SUililrnun iiiihiK. ArraiiKwnicnt.s w*-i u uu- fllrcrlfoo ^lf Hof/.son cwt liver /Astoc-iatcil PrcHS Leated Wire) LOrt ANOELKH. Aug. 27.— Current local grain <|iintui iorm wero rept»rted by tho Kodcral- Stale Market News ; HH followh: ( F J rJcp,H ((Ui.ifd are fir-Id run, In carloads only): ^ yellow corn, bulk, prompt derail, $2.B5tf2.5ti. MKfiiQ corn, quick delivery, bulk 2.20. California \vln-at. nacUt-d, No. 1 or No. 1 hard whlt*>, $l.7U*i 1.72 California barh»y, sackud. 41 IbH, No 2 bright weHiern. $l.e2V6 ( 'a 1 l.tirj; No. 1 4G IbH.. ll.GCtijl.ti? 1 ^. California yellow inljo, saoltod, No '£. $2.1. H oft THE WEATHER Han Joaquln valley: Fair tonight and F'XUay; Bllghtly cooler Friday; north wont winds. Kan Francisco bay region: Fair and cool with fogs tonight and Frl- dny; wcflt wlndn. Northern California: Fair tonight and Friday but with foga on coast; Mlghtly cooler In interior Friday; gentlo rhitngcable winds off the. (JlUlHt. Slorra Nevada: Fair tonight and Friday; llttlo change In tompera- ture; grntto vorlahlo winds. Sucramento valley: Fair tonight and Friday: .slightly cooler Friday; southerly winds. Santa Clara valley: Fair tonight ami Friday but early morning (.'loudH; no change In temperature; northwest winds. Salinas valley: Fair tonight and Friday hut fog In north portion; no change In tvinperiAturu; northwest winds. Southern California: Fair tonight and Friday but morning fo$r near the c.oant; no change in t.-mpera- tnr**; Kentlc norihwi'.st wind off the coast. I'Ii:itl'(N*l MUKS wan .soli-iniii/.fd f..r ciiin-i-ppi rici'iicd. i;:,, of lioltonwil- i(.w. ;u !* o'clock this morning at St. KnuicjM t'hurch, fnllowoil hy Inter- riH-nt in Itakftrsftcld M^iiKirial 1'ark. KoMiry HorvicoH wero Imld last evening at I )uughty-f \ilhtiun *(j'M<>ara • •hap*-!. -1 1 Tiltilitni an ceutc inicui your convenience Btvtr HOG CO LE

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