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Fruits and Vegetables CHOICE APPLES We have received another load of ., Watsonville apples. Theso apples arc all of choice quality. You wili find the Bellfleur and Pippins are I large, fine canning apples and can . be purchased for the . followinRi ' low price?: I Bellfleurs, $!2.fi9 per box, Pippins, j $3.49 per box. Also Delicious. $3.80 ! per box. We also have Tehachapi commercial Kussett potatoes at $3.49 per sack, some No. 1 Tehnch- apl long white potatoes at $,'!.79 per sack. Mooney's Market Spot, j Eighteenth and Union. Phone ! 3-0961. 67 Poultry and Livestock t GFFKRINO a nucobrr of outstanding S'enr- IIIIK and, L'-S'i'^r-old roti-su-red Hereford bulls. A. II. Kmpe. i-hono 9-9ii?1. _ 7JIL1? ATTENTION. POI'LTRYMEN! j Our Market Is Opnn « We Pay Tops for Fryers rind Roaslpra One Block West of Eust DakersfieW I'ost Office r; llOli Kern Street Dial ---458 I BHADFORD POULTRY MAHKRT NEW YORK STOCK CLOSE BUY. SELL, or trade, all kinds of live- Block. Phone U-H02:!. Roy Johnson. 1 mile north Htimpkin Cenltr. -Oil yards ciisl. on HoBklim Road. (is WANTED TO BUY— Honse.s. hoss. ratlin. any amount. L,. Anderson. Route 2, Box '.Idli. Phunc ll-TOUS. 68 FOR SALE—Two spnn of good wruk rnar^s, one hrooj Tnaift with colt. Mr. f-..V ro; "' 11no " e 2-70C6. il'JLM ATTENTION Blood-iesterl baby c-hicks. brnoders, pouliry HiipplleB nnrt teed. We liuy your cs«a. Chicks )K. hundred. 2^I!I i:iiinn, or S14 Kilihlh. Phone 7j-7o:s_ojr_2JMS!>. _--1_-tf BARY CHICKS. »1G per hundred. New Hampshire Urds, Rhode Islam! Reds. Plymouth Rocks. Rock :inrt Red (Irons. I Mew shipment every Monday, ordrr enrly. Plenty of met a I feeders, foun- liiiiiH and poultry medicines. Wnr<J's Farm Slore. -fi'Jii Chester. 4-17-lf BAny CHICKS start p<l on order. We have rnlored broilers, roast ins hens. Riverview Hatchery, L'K'i Roberta Lane. Phnne 5-!i;i3.'i. 7 J 0 -I f FOUR Red Hampshire sows and plffs for sale. Plume Arvin 7!l. 68 WANTED TO 1-JUY—50 or (10 larRe Hol- btein or larKe Guernnev. first calf springers. Phono '.MOL'7. Lloyd O. Husk. Monte 4. Box .078. Bakerafleld, Calif. 71 NK\V YORK. 0,1. IT. <2P>— ao-n Air K.'dm lion 39"i Alack.'! .lUllcall . R*-* Allied Chemical i-.ml l)>r ISI'i Allis Chalmers . SO'a Ameri'an C:ir aiul l-°oundry ;i!i "'t American Locomotive L'» Anirrirail Had. and Sid. Situ II 7 * Antrnr-un KollitiK Mill K>'» Am*rir.iin Smelter and 1!'I 41 Amt'i-ii-an Tel. and Tel. li:4 Am-rii'Hn Tobacco H IIS Am.'rlian Viscose 4T> '• . Anacnnda . L'7 '.: Armour and Company I, Alrhison, Toiieka & Santa !•> f'T Atlanlii- riermlnir -S"'. Avi'ition Corporal ion -1 7 «i Italdwin I.ocomol ive 2:1 : 'n Hcndlv Aviation I". Helhlehem Steel B" Hdeiim Airplane 1''"* Hor.len 34 '» nor* Warner 40 Hru;ns .Munnfa'l nrinti . ... . .".il-% Calil'ornin P>n-k. . . L'T'v Calumet & llecla ti '-4 Canada Dry . ... 'J!l '•_. Caniicljan Pacific . ... II'., Ca«e <<~. .M f- ' 4 Caierpillar Trai lor 4fl Col.-inese Corpora t ion :U ;! i Chesapeake A- Ohio 47 i 'hi ysler . . f:!' -j ColKale.-Pa Imoh ve-1'eri :{(t Columbia lias and Kle<-tr-,' t T i Commerela 1 Credit . 4 u <'omm"icial Investment Trust .. 4.s C'lmmi'i-cial Snlvnls ....!«'» ('nmmonW'a II h Mdi^on .... U > f 'i Coninininve.-illli * Soulli.rn 1 Consnlidatcd Kdison . :':, '.. C'liisolidntfd \'ultp.. ll! ; '^ Culilatner ( '011101 :i 1 ion ... L'7'-j Cmitinental Oil PH L'S'. c™\vn Cm-It \- Sc-al . . ,'!i; ' 4 Crmvn X.e|liM-h:ii h I f> 'a i 'ui l i<s-\Yriiihl. r, I >oiiKlas A in i a ft 70 I>u I'ont de Nemours l."iii Mli'i-n-if Aillr r.iuhl . -II l-:ie.-lri.- lion I . . l.-l', Klci'lrir l'ii\vfr and l.mht 4 7 ii General Foods, 4:.' :: i li.'npral Motors li:'.'•< Uoodrii h . . . . 51 S l.oodyrar Tire and Kilbln'r 4H'( I, re., l. Norllioril Uailroad pfd 4'i"tt ' ji-e^'houn'l Corprra'ion '."2 Ilond Ilei-Khey H ".'.'.".'..'.'. li:"» Inlfitiat ion-i 1 lla r\-i'st'-r so IntcM-nalion.il Ni'kel Can :'.a'i I nternfi t iona i I'apfi . Ill's Inlei rial ional T*-l. and Tel Kennetciit .... . _ .Mail in (i; L.I ...... '. M:u nn Pan; .McKesson A P.cihbins ...... : Monlucimerv vVani ....... _ NHH|I Kelvmntor Nalmniil Hiscuil . Naiiiina: i 'ash [I.^isici- :.: ..... na Dniry Proilm in Nat iona! I I.M illei -f . Na! iona I I ,e;id Nation. 1 . 1 Power and Liyht \eu VIJIK c 'c-nl r;i I \cciin American Aviation Nun h A mei ic a n I'o Nil' I h" I'll I'iicifie . I Him (HI . Pac ifn' (3a* and Klr-ctric Patknnl MnKjrs Pan AmciMiin An\Kii\H Pn ra mouni Pictures Penns\ !\'ani;i P.allnmd Peiisl-l'ola Phelps Modire Phillips Pel roleuni Public Service of N. J Pullman ... Kadio l 'orp of America Kailio-Kc'ith-Oriiheum K.I vonier. [lie IteiMlhllc S'eel Ficynolds Tc bin-en H liic luieiii in; Si h.'iili" HIM i!l«-ry Socony \'.u iimn ..... Soul hern Pac it'if i'olillii'i-a Kiiihv.-r Sn»M rv i '01 poi :i i ion Sl:i ncia i •: Bviiml* Sianclard ii".» *i Klc'ilm Slamliivd ili' of I'a 1 1 Turn i Stundard Oil of Incliami Slaliflarcl Oil of N. .1 Slndc-lrakcr ...... Texas ( 'on. pa ny Tide VV;:t»i Assoc latecl Ilil .. Ti :insa i. ic'i fa . Tr;i nt*:inifl Ic'a A- Western Air I'mon Oil ;if California 1'ninn I'a- ilic 1'niled Ai:- Lines I'mt'-cl Aii-ci:>fl I'ni'ed i 'ot porn I inn .......... I'nllecl c.n^ Imp I'niten Stales Itl.lilter Cnit'-d Slalep Steel ..... Warner Brothers I'murr-s \\Vstern I'nion Tele^iaph WestiliBhnllsi? Kler. & M f B Wonlwiirth Yfinimslnwn Sb''ei and Tube :tt. -4 '. 3 .T i 44 ... 17' Jl pfd.. 4 a'A Volume Moderate on N. Y. Mart XK\V YORK. Oct. 17. <U.F>> — Stocks held n.-iriMwIy around the previous closing levels! this morning volume was moderate. Wall Street operators generally continued reluctant to make extended commitments pending clarification ot" the situation off Formosa where the Japanese fleet has been reported In contact with the American Third Fleet of Admiral Ilalsey. Al the same time the heightening tempo of the election campaign also promoted caution in Wall Street. The stretch drive, with November 7. just three weeks away, overshadowed normal business news as a market factor. In tile leading groups changes generally were insignificant. Norfolk and Western, up -\ to n new high. highlighted rails. Steels were up fractionally. Motor? steadied. A few special Issue? bad gains or losses outside a fractional range but such stocks were not numerous early in the session. Cotton Futures MOW VI.HtK. O, I IT. (JP<— I'nllon fntnu'H hi'Ki <IIIIP. ami »lc>iidy tnduv (in Himiil mil' ImyinH an.l incji' covprinK. ; Tinders au';iitc;d laler news cii the Wash• ine;(,, n .•onferf'ticpM lo formulaic H cot- j tun expnrt prnmam. ! OilulK'r rallied 7.", cpir.s a l>alr Poultry and Livestock P'OR SAr,K—Sonnnn milk gout, low Drive. 44C Wll- B7 FOR SALE—Six Guernsey nnd Jersey milk rows: une llolateln hull: nil T. B.'tested lalcly. Piss, weight ahnul 150 pounds Itoulc 4, liiix I'M. KnsPilHlp. 67 y(>R SA'^K —4T.O L",2-]nonlh-old chickens. OnL South ClK'-sler to fii-si crossroad aflc^r , roasiPE railroatl. turn east, arc- (ind house. l'^ n e_-:l'U'' **^ FOn SAUC—Tliiny Rod Hampshire layillB IICIIH. tine or all. JJ.iiil each. Plionc' L'-:!867. 41.'i Deyi'lly Drive, OS FOR SALK—Good Kenllp saddle horse with ne\y saddle. c^all '_'-79t"i. fi'.l FOH SALK—Guernsey hull, tested; 18 months old. Also sheet iron. I-Jdison llifihwuy, Box :c. tin Bt'l.I. r'AI.F. ahnul !l months old. Grain ted: I'm alK 1 ic'ady lo butcher, or heifer ahout 14 mnnthr old. ^I'hone INT^SJl! WANTED— Hal.hit fryers and rahbit Pells. Slid Niles_slreH._ Phone^-rrSJii. Ii7 KOH SALK—T'nur New Zealand does and one buck. $!! eac-li: also rabbit hutches. cheap. l'honi3_J^07qi. GS HH.NS for sale, on Hudson Drive, seventh house mi nKht. Home -. Box H.'iO-A. ~' Dogs and Other Pets RKC.ISTKRKD Hed rocl-'er Spaniel sire for Hcrvicc. I'hon" !l-lii:t-'. titl FOR SALK—Special this week, canaries, females $1. sinners $7. ilolcltish and moss. Phone l'-4."iS7. I-'owlrr's Pel Shop. 1IL'4 Third. 71! For Exchange)—Miscellaneous i Los Angeles Livestock LOS AXc-'.KI.KS (let. j7. __(UIJ,-_(-, lM | 0 snltihle linn, fairly n<ll\-e. seneinllv stend> : few medium to KOod steers j JIM'.'ii'H I-', cc.nd 10 rhoire held around \ Siri.r.il: common in mndmm tfrass heifc'rs *n.,'iOii/ I" ^.1 ; medium 1,1 Rood cnwR I Jl" MJiii $!_' ~a. cnli-i to common SSW j 10 IT,, canners and i-inters J-", .'cd ft 7. 7T. ; ! mc'dinm to Rood bulls $Ii "lOfc/ 10. 7f.. I I'alves .salable 400. 1^;, t n ;:, cents j lower I'm- two days: medium tn chnice ramie calves i 1 1 . !,n fn ID. IT, . common down lu *!' .aO. cull and common $n. 7;. 'n 9. Hous salal'li' :'.oo. »rti\-e. steady: medium lo cho;, e ISO-J.IO Ilia. }!i 7.',. lieavier vvc'i^hts moslly $ I fi : (fond lo c bnic-e sows * i I. J5 "ft 1 4. 7 j food to c.hoice fc-eder pi^-s $14lil la.50. Sheep salable none, holdovers about slpad\ : load medium No. L' pelt ewes $n.JO with 1'J ,-u $-. culls $l.."il). Los Angeles Cash Grain I I .OS ANCKLKS. Ocl. 17. (/Pi — I'Heos uuolc-d are cwt.. field run. tn carlots only. WOt.'LD il'<e to exehanue 3-phase. I-hor.«e- po\ver mcto. for single phase 1-horsepower -nolor -30 Baker. 117 . '1, bulk $J. 1 J \-< ft '1. 1 7 ' i : I'alifornia wheat. bulk. No. 1 hard or soft white Si!. 711 Si .7.1: Nn. 2 oats. 5.". Ibs. hulk > shoTI c'ox'erinc which found olfeiin^s sc a l < e uricn- lo evpn-alion of iradilitf in lhat morah at noon today Lnic- nfternonn priic-s were unchanged lo 1 c) cents a hale hi^'ic'r. December I!!."!".. .Marc b :'I s:i. May L'1 8II l-'illilrcs closed nnihan^c'd in III (imls a bale 1 lowet. (lc-lnl,"r (clitcib.M ccinlracl evpnc'd ill noctn ln,la>l L'L' 17 D"eemb.'r "1 s::t/ ^1 S4. Mar.h '-'1.»1 , May ;l 7S, .Inly Jl :, I. .MiildhliK s|"H --' "•'•'•• nominal, off :i. Poultry and Eggs T.ns ANCKLKS. 0,1. 17. iL'.l')—F.CSS: Wholesale rn-tces ccinsumer grade: Larse. uriule A Fifii*! ilic. uradc' B :I4 If P,7c; me- I dium. Kriide A 17^4;^, small, grade A :r,'<i'L-iic. I Itelail prices lo c-cjiisunvr' LarRe. crade i AA r,7'c!HSc. Kiade A li4'9 ; Ci;c. grade H IL'OJt'tc: medium, uraili: AA .".liiiOOc. grade .V 'it'll llllc: small. Kiade A 30fi' 3.1e. rundled Braded C'KWS in retailers Icasesl: Large, lil'ade AA .'iS'j ijj-fi!)e. Krade A 56I&' r,7c-. Brade n :i7'ii:;Si: medium. Krade AA .'iO r y "-,:!(•, Krade A 4S at .'it'c: small, grade A l!8»i:nc. Biiilei : Grade A A 4.1, : K ratle A 42'ic; !,-rade B 42' = c. (Trade C 41 •', t. Los Angeles Hay LOS ANUKLMS. Del. 17. (JP) —Alfalfa and Krain hny prices were unc'hanned today. rarliii arri\'als: ^ wheat. D barley, 1 c-orn, u fiats. D flour. 3 cereal, «7 hay. Legal Notices Legal Notices Legal Notices Legal Notices NOTICE TO VOTERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the electors of the State of Cali. fornia that the following Bond Act will be submitted to the People of the State of California for their ratification at the next general election to he held on the seventh day of November, A.D. 1944. FRANK M. JORDAN, Secretary of State. FOR THE VETERANS BOND ACT OF I Ml Thit *ct provide! for • bond itioe of thirty million dollar* ($50,000,000) to (M uwd by the Veteran*' Welfare Board in tuiiting California war veteranl to acquire farm* or homo*. 1 AGAINST THE VETERANS BOND ACT OF 1*43. Thii let provide* for • bond iiiuc of thirty million dolUn (t>0,000,000) to be nwd by the Veteran*' Welfare Bomrd in aMiiting California war veteran* to acquire farmi or home*. *Thl» propcnm«i1 law, by acf of the Legislature passed at It* fifty-fifth ten •Ion, !« minmlttpft lo the pfoplo In accordance with the provision* of Section I of Artlrlp XVI of the Constitution ) PROPOSED LAW CHAPTER Mi An act to add Article 4. comprising Section* 990 to 9B1.J inclusive, to Chapter 6 of Division 4 of tht Military and Veterans Code, authorizing the creation of a debt or debts, liability or liabilities, through the issuance and sale of State bonds, for the single object of creating a fund to provide farm and home aid for veterans In accordance with the provisions of the Veterans Farm and Home Purchase Act of 1943; creating a Veterans' Finance Committee of 1943; defining the powers and duties pf said committee and of the Veterans' Welfare Board and other State officers in respect to the administration of the provisions hereof; providing ways and means, exclusive of loans, for the payment of the interest of such debt or debts, liability or liabilities, as such interest falls due, end also for the payment and discharge of the principal of such debtor debts, liability or liabilities, as such principal matures; appropriating money for the expense of preparing and of ad> vertising the sale of bonds herein authorized to be issued; and providing for the submission of this act to a vote of-the people at the general election to be held in the month of November, 1944. CApproved by Governor May IS, 1943. Fifed with Secretary of State May 18. 1943 | The people ef the tftate of California do enact as follows: SICTION 1. Article 4, comprising Sections 990 to 991.3, Inclusive, In added to Chapter 8 of Division 4 of the Military and Veterans Code, to read : Article 4 Veterans Bond Act of 1943 990. This article may be cited aa the Veterans Bond Act of 1943 990.1. For the purpose of creating • fund to provide farm and home aid for veterans In accordance with the provision* of the Veterans Farm and Home Purchase Act of 1943, and of all acts amendatory thereof or supplemental thereto, the Veterans' Finance Committee of 1943 created by thin article shall be and It hereby la authorised and empowered to create a debt or debt*, liability or, liabilities, of the State of California, In the manner and to the extent hereinafter provided, but not otherwise, nor In excess thereof. 190.2. After the Issuance of the proclamation of the Governor announcing the ratification of this article, and Immediately after adoption of any resolution by the Veterans' Finance Committee of 1943 hereby created, provided for In Section 991.1, the State Treasurer shall prepare the requisite number of suitable bonds of the denomination of one thousand dollars < 11,000) In accordance with the upeciflcat'ons -contained In such resolution. The aggregate par value of all bonds Issued under this article shall not exceed the aum of thirty million dollars ($30.000,000), and the bonds Issued under any such resolution shall bear Interest from the date of Issuance of aald bonds to the date of maturity thereof, at a rate to be determined by the aaid Veterans' Finance Committee of 1943 and specified In such resolution, but In no case exceeding S per cent per annum. Both principal and Interest shall be payable i in lawful money of the United States, •t the office of the State Treasurer, or at the office of any duly authorised agent of the State Treasurer, and shall be so payable at the times specified in •aid resolution or resolutions I All bonds Issued under this article •hall bear the facsimile signature of the Governor and the facsimile counter- •Ignature of the Controller and shall be endorsed by the State Treasurer either 'by original signature or by a signature •tamp adopted for each particular bond Issued under thla article and the bond* •ball be signed, countersigned arid endorsed by the officer* who ahall be In Ace on the date of Issuance thereof, nd each of said bond* shall bear an •tnprcM of the Great Seal of the State of California. The bond* ao signed, countersigned, endorsed and eealed. when soM, shall be and constitute a rvalld and binding, obligation upon the 'State of California, although the sale thereof b* mad* at a date or date* upon which the officers having •lgn*d, countersigned and •ndorMd *al3 bond*, or •ny or cither of Mid officer*, ahall have 'ceaned to be 'the Incumbent* of the office* held by them at the tint* ~ «f and Aug. 1, I, 1?, 22, 39: Sept. 6, 12, 19. 2$; Oct. !, 1ft, 17, II, 31 signing, countersigning, or endorsing said bond* Each bond tunned under thin article shall contain a clause or eluiiwa. stating that Interest shall ream* to arrrun thereon from and after the date of maturity thereof and referring to this article and to the resolution of th« Veterans' Finance Committee of 194,1 he.reunfler by virtue of which said hnnd In Issuer) 9SO 3 Trie requisite number of null- able interest coupons, appropriately numbered, shall hit attached to each bond Issued under this article Said Interest coupons shall bear the facsimile signature of the State Treasurer who shall be In office on the date of Issuance of the bond to which said coupons pertain 990 4 All bonds Issued under this article and sold shall he deemed to have been called In at their respective dates of maturity and the State Treasurer shall, on the respective dates of maturity of said bonds, or as soon thereafter ax said matured bonds are surrendered to him. pay the same out of the proceeds of the Controller's warrants drawn In his favor a* provided In Section 990 R and perforate the bonds so paid with a suitable device In a manner tn Indicate such payment and the date thereof He .shall also, on the said respective dates of maturity, cancel all bonds bearing said dates of maturity and remaining unsold, by perforation with a suitable device In a manner tn Indicate such cancellation and the date thereof The provisions of this section shall be applicable alno to the Interest coupons pertaining to the bonds authorized by this article to be Issued, and shall be applicable, as far as practicable, to any duly authorised agent of the State Treasurer 990.C There Is hereby appropriated 'rom the General Fund In the State treasury such sum annually as will be necessary to pay the principal of and the Interest on the bonds Issued and sold pursuant to the provisions of this article, as said principal and interest become due and payable There shall be collected annually In the same manner and at the same time as other State revenue Is collected such a sum, In addition to the ordinary reve- nues'of the State, as shall be required to pay the principal and Interest on said Kinds as herein provided, and It Is lereby made the duty of all officers charged by law with any duty In regard to the collections of said revenue, to do and perform each and every act which shall be necessary to collect such additional sum. On the several dates of maturity of said principal and Interest In each fiscal vear, there shall be returned into the General Fund In the State treasury, all of the moneys In the Veterans' Farm and Home Building Fund nf 1943, not in excess of the principal of and Interest on he said bonds then .due and payable and, In the event of such moneys so returned on said dates of maturity being less than the aald principal and Interest then due and payable, then the balance remaining unpaid shall be returned Into the General Fund In the State treasury out of said Veterans' Farm and Home Building Fund of 1943 as soon thereafter as It shall become available, together with Interest thereon, from such date* of maturity until so returned, at the rate of i per cent per annum, compounded semlannually Both principal and Interest of said bonds shall be paid when due upon warrants duly drawn against aald appropriation from the General Fund by the Controller of the State in favor of the State Treasurer or In favor of any duly authorised agent of the State Treasurer, upon demands audited by the State Department of Finance, and the moneya to ->e returned Into the General Fund In the State treasury pursuant' to the provision* of this section shall likewise be paid aa herein provided upon warrants duly drawn by the Controller of the State upon demands duly audited by the State Department of Finance. 990.6 The- sum of thirty-five thousand dollars < 135.000) la hereby appropriated out of any money In the State treasury not otherwise appropriated to jay the expenses that may be Incurred by the State Treasurer in having said bond* prepared and In advertising their sale. Said amount shall be refunded to the General Fund In the State treasury out of the Veteran*' Farm and Home Building Fund of 1*41 on Controller's warrant duly drawn for that purpose •90.T. When the bond* authorised to be Issued under this article shall be duly executed, they ahall be by the State Treasurer Bold at public auction to the highest bidder for oaah. In *uch parcels and number* aa the said Treasurer shall b* directed by the Governor of the State, under Mai thereof, after a resolution requesting such *ale •hall have been adopted by the VeteranTwelfare Board --' approved by.tht Owernor of the State, but the Treasurer must reject any and all bids for said bonds, or for any of them, which shall be below the par value of said bonds so offered plus the Interest which has accrued thereon between the date of sale and the last preceding Interest maturity date , and with the approval of the Governor, he may from time to time, by public announcement at the plat* and Mm* fixed for the sale, continue such sale, as to the whole of the bonds offered, or any part thereof offered, tn such time and place as he may select Before offering any of said bonds for sale the said Treasurer shall detach therefrom all coupons which have matured or will mature before the day fixed for such sale ' 990 H r>\in notice of the time and place of sale of all bonds shall he given hy said Treasurer by publication In one newspaper published In the City and County of San Francisco and also by publication In on* newspaper published In the City "f Sacramento and by publication In one newspaper published In the >:it.v of Los Angeles once a week during four weeks prior to such sale In addition to th» notice last above provided for, the Slate Treasurer may give such further notice as he may deem advisable, hut the expense anrl cost of such additional notice shall not exceed the sum of five hundred dollars ($500) for each sal* so advertised The proceeds of the sale of such bonds and such amount as may have heen paid as accrued Interest thereon shall he forthwith paid over by said Treasurer Into the Veterans' Farm and Home Building Fund of 1943 and must he used exclusively in aiding veterans In the acquisition of, or payments for, farms and homes, In accordance with the provisions of this article and Article 3 of this chapter, provided, that the proceeds from the sale of said bonds may he used to pay the debt created by the Issuance and sale thereof 990 9 Th* Veterans' Welfare Board Is authorized, with the approval of the Slate Department of Finance, to Invest any surplus moneys In the Veterans' Farm and Home Building Fund of 1943 In bunds of the United States, or of the Slate of California, or of the several counties or municipalities or other political subdivisions of the State of California, and to sell such bonds, or any of them, at the governing market rates, upon approval of the State Department of Finance. or the Veterans' Welfare Board may. with the approval >f (he Director of Finance, Invest moneys In such fund, In Interest-bearing certificates of deposit of State banks laving a paid-up capital of five hundred thousand dollar* (1500,000) or more; provided, that the total amount of money so deposited with any one bank shall not exceed a sum equal to 50 per cent of the paid-up capital of such bank . provided, however, that nothing herein contained shall Inhibit or be. construed to Inhibit the depositing In banks In accordance with the provisions of an act entitled "An act to authorize and control thn depositing In banks of moneys belonging to or in the custody of the State and to repeal all acts or parts of acts conflicting with this act. approved April 12, 1923. and of any and all icts amendatory thereof or supplemental thereto, of moneys of any of the funds subject to the control of the Veterans' Welfare Board or appropriated for its US'? Interest accruing upon the deposit of moneys of the Veterans' Farm and Home Building Fund of 1943 shall be paid Into and credited to said fund. 991 There Is hereby created a Veterans' Finance Committee of 1943 com- no.sed of the Oovernor, State Controller, State Treasurer. Director of Finance, and chairman of the Veterans' Welfare Board, all of whom shall serve thereon without compensation and a majority of whom shall be empowered to act for said committee. The Attorney General of the State shall be the legal adviser of the Veterans' Finance Committee of 1943 Upon request of the Veterans' Welfare Board, supported by a statement of the plans and projects of the Veterans' Welfare Board with respect thereto, the Veterans' Finance Committee of 1943 ahall determine whether or not a bond Issue undtr this article Is necessary or desirable to carry such plans and projects Into execution. 991 1 Whenever the said Veterans' Finance Committee of 1943 shall have determined that a bond Issue under this article Is necessary or desirable to carry such plans and projects into execution, It shall adopt a resolution to this effect. The aald resolution shall authorise and direct the State Treasurer to prepare the requisite number of suitable bonds and shall specify: 1. The aggregate number, aggregate par value, and the date of Issuance of the bonds to be Issued. 2. The date or dates of maturity of the bonds to be Issued and the number and numerical sequence of the bonds maturing at each date of maturity 3. The annual rate of interest which the bonds to be Issued shall bear 4 The number, numerical sequence, amount or amount* and the date* of maturity of the Interest coupon* to be attached to the said bond*. b The technical form and language of the bond* to be Issued and of the interest coupon* to be attached thereto. In determining the date or date* of maturity of the said bond* and the amount of bond* maturing at each date of maturity, the Veterans' Finance Commute* of 1143 shall be guided by the amount* and date* of maturity of the revenue* estimated to accrue to the Veteran*' Welfare Board from the transaction* to b* financed by each issue, and shall fix and determine aaU date* and amounts In such manner that, together with the date* and amount* ol Interest payment* on the said bond Issue, they ahall coincide, a* nearly a* practicable, with the date* and amount* of such MtlmaUd revenue*; provided, that the bond* flnt to matur* In *aeh l**ue, *hall matur* not later than five year* from tho date of Uruaoc* Uwnwf ; provided further, that specified numbers of bonds of specified numerical sequence shall thereafter mature at annual Intervals . and provided further, that the bond* last to mature In each Issue shall mature not later than 45 years from the date of Issuance thereof The rati of Interest to be borne by the bonds shall be uniform for all the bonds of the same Issue and shall be determined and fixed by the Veterans' Finance Committee of 1943 according :o the then prevailing market conditions, but shall in no case exceed 6 per cent per annum, and the determination of said committee as to the rate of interest shall be conclusive as to the then prevailing market conditions The Interest coupons to be attached to the said bonds shall he/ payable at semiannual Intervals from the dale of Issuance of said bonds, provided, that the Interest coupon first payable may. If the Veterans' Finance Committee of 1943 shall so determine and specify, be payable one year after the date of Issuance of sail bonds 991 2 All actual and necessary expenses of the Veterans' Finance Committee of 1943 and of the members thereof Incurred In the performance of their duties arising out of the provisions of this article shall be paid out of the Veterans' Farm and Home Build- Ing Fund of 1943, upon approval of the Stale Board of Control and on Controller's warrant duly drawn for that purpose, and shall constitute expenses of the Veterans' Welfare Board 991.3 The State Controller, the State Treasurer and the Veterans' Finance Committee of 1943 shall keep full and particular account and record of all their proceedings under this artl- le, and they shall transmit to the Gov- rnor an abstract of all such proceed- ngs thereunder, with an annual report, to be by the Oovernor laid before the legislature biennially. and all books and papers pertaining to the matter provided for In this article shall at all times be open to the Inspection of any party Interested, or the Governor, or :he Attorney General, or a committee of either branch of the Legislature, or a joint committee of both, or any citizen of the State. S*c 2. Thla act, If adopted by the people, shall take effect on the fifteenth day of November, 1944, as to all Its provisions except those relating to and necessary for Its submission to the people, and for returning, canvassing, tnd proclaiming the votes, and as to said excepted provisions this act ahall take effect Immediately SBC 3. This act shall be submitted o the people of the State of California for their ratification at the next general election, to be held In the month of November, 1944, and all ballots at said •lertlon shall have printed thereon and .n a square thereof, the words. "For the Veterans Bond Act of 1943," and. n the same square under said words the following in brevier type "This act provides for a bond Issue of thirty million dollars 4 $30,000.000) to be used by the Veterans' Welfare Board In assisting California war veterans to acquire farms or homes." In the square mmedlately below the square contain- ng such words, there shall be printed on said ballot the words, "Against the Veterans Bond Act of 1943," and In the same square Immediately below said words. "Against the Veterans Bond Act of 1943," In brevier type shall be printed "This act provides for a bond Issue of thirty million dollars ($30,000,000) to be used by the Veterans' Welfare Board In assisting California war veterans to acquire farms or homes." Opposite the words "For the Veterans Bond Act of 1943" and "Against the Veterans Bond Act of 1943." there ahall be left spaces n which the voters may place a cross .n the manner required by law to indl- cata whether they vote for or against aald act, and those voting for said act Khali do so by placing a cross opposite the words "For the Veterans Bond Act of 1943" and those voting against the •aid act shall do so by placing a cross opposite the words "Against the veterans Bond Act of 1943." Provided, that where the voting of said general election Is done by means of voting machines used pursuant to law In such manner as to carry out the Intent of this section, such use of such voting machines and the expression of the voters' choice by means thereof, shall be deemed to comply with the provisions of this section. The Governor of this State shall Include the submission of this act to the people, as aforesaid, in his proclamation calling for said general election. SBC. 6 The votes cast for or against this act shall be counted, returned and canvassed and declared In the same manner and subject to the same rules as votes cast for State officers; and If It appear that said act shall have received a majority of all the votes cast for and against It at said election as aforesaid, then the same shall have effect as 'hereinbefore provided, and shall be irrepealable until the principal and Interest of the liabilities Herein created shall be paid and discharged, and the Governor shall make proclamation thereof; but If a majority of the votes cast as aforesaid are against this set then the tame shall be and become S»c. 7 It shall be the duty of the Secretary of Stele in accordance with law to have this act published In at least one newspaper in each county, or city and county. If one be published therein, throughout this State, for three, month* next preceding th* general election to be held In the month of November, 1144. the costs of publication shall b* paid out of the General Fund, on Controller's warrants duly drawn for that purpose and ahall be refunded to th* General Fund out of the Veterans*: Farm and Home Building Fund. Said refund shall be mad* upon Controller'*, warrant* duly drawn against said fund) for aald purpose upon demand* audited); hy th* State Department ofFlnance. Seven Issues Down on San Francisco Mart i"i:iins and lussi's xvnv alnmi evenly iliviih'il on tin 1 s!nrk pxcliaiim- toilay. with ,"i issiu-s ti|i anil 7 ilmvn Jincl 10 iN.«ip's iini-li;i nt;i'il <!iiins tin Inili-ii I'ni.m Sn^ar up : \ :\t J 1 ' i . : ' ii'-\v hirli. I ii( ;im -i;in Kriiit ciiniinun \v,i< du\vn I. TIM lisa m^rliM lust '< ID !l'|. Ain i all \' - '--s"t '• - 7 '» Anulii-Calit'orn-a Hank l 'n-.i m- t "•> n! Anici M a F.mpoimm -< 'ap\v c-ll Menace ,, M:inn!'ii, i in nm Pa, if ic i',-.!>! Au'i-'i-cir.-iie^ I'uc ific' , ; :i s nnd Klet ti ,, Pac-ific' I i.ii .mil r":i.-e c; p ,f,| l':i'-it'i,- Pnhli, S,T\-t,-.. pi',| Ithe. m Mi'.i.ufaMiirinK Transam.'ri' a .. . I'm,in Snuir Seven Issues Up on Los Angeles Market T.I >S ANf.KI.KS. Dot. 17. (/p)— Kaily |irii-rs rcRisterod j^aiiis today nn tho Uns An.m'li's stock lixchangp with Mi'iiasc-D .MiinufacturiiiK. South- '•'rii i \ilifnrni:i Kilison coniiiioii sind I'liinn <iil or California advancinK fractinris In points. St!\'pn issues wore np, t\\'o down and I'ivt 1 nnrhiiiiKcd °n nn early turnover ol" .'isilu shares. Sim k.s—- C'lose Ilandni' I'.-MI.I,Mini .'• l!ol»(i Ch.i-a Oil A 1 '•' Consolldali- 1 Sieel rum 14 >>i Mi-nasi " Mjutulai i urnik' 1 •">•"' Nontax IJriiu- Stores ^':'' J Sonlhern Caiirornia l-^dison iinn .... "(>'H I'litun < 'il "' CH li I orma .. .. 1 ^ 7 N Los Angeles Produce T.DS A:S'CKI.KS. Oct. 17. iUP>—Trading d t IUHS and vcKi-l at'l'-s was slo\\' today, l.i-niii'-. .-ijiiil'-s. i;tlil>aw and porsimmnns shou "d n \vr-;ik''|- i ''ndi-ncy. asparagus l'i'rsi;ia mtliiiis and Hdnt'Vdew s were slit;hll>- MruiiK'-t: avoi-iidOH w re firm. r.i'lHii.-- IHv iv.ck. Santa llalbara '•ount\, San l.us (ilnspo i-nunt\- arid Wal- .•"iinvillP. nail's 4 (In-/. »"''! ILTiO. few early sales J:1.7.'i; tail- and laty Halt's. Id ,v as J:'.:iO: .'i-,lo;: $ I.T.Vii '.'.."ill. Ai'pl 1 *' \\'ashimrti)n .lonathtins Jr,.ri0f(( ,s; Idaho Delicious S7'l/S. AsparaKtis. Local, extra Vain y and seh-i t >fi''/L'7r lh. Imperial valley hum lunl. extra sele< t ;l.V Hi ; sflert :l(1c- Ib .\\-ocados: N'ahals liar lh. : Ilzamnas ?0 ft I'.'H lh ; .\lialn ims l^S^i;U)s lh. ; H>ans ;:(!'« :;.".i- Mi : liuUinsous :ii'q;nr lh. Sahhaye: Local Cannonball. crnte,« $i..")0»i J.7."i; local .'iO-lb. sacks $1. :'5 <il 1. 50 . red caliliayc, loial ci-ates $4. "iO 'il i. P'-rsimmons: Local and San .lonqnin \-alley xff/VJc lh. : fancy. Inrso ]J^16c j Ib. ; ordinary and small Tic Hi. Persian ni'-lons: Luo.«e. local Pan Joa- illlln valley .1'... <<l 4r lh. : fow .',<• lh. llone\de\vs melons San .loaqnin valley .jumbos. Os-fcs and standard lls-ll]9 J-.^o •rt L 1 . I :,, Government Bonds NKW YOKK. Oil. 17. (/P)—The closina Pt ices of bunds on the New York Stock KM hantje; Tri'iisnry ;!.,.«. f,fi.r,.|. .lune. Hill.4. 2ljS. Ii'.l-d4. necemher. 100,4. ^ '_• s. 70-iiTi. 1 on. ;i. gafcerfltftelb Caltfrnrnian Tuesday, October 17. 1944 I Wars of Burma Natives Are Described by Local Major ON I.KAVK- Major Kric Colby, former local physician. Is home on leave after "'1 months' service In I lie India-Hiu ina war theater with the signal air warning company. Legal Notices >OTK:E OF S.AT.K. TEMI-OHAKY i.OAN XOTKS HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE COL'M'V OF KlOliN Sealed proposals will be received by the Housing Authority of the County of Kern (hereinafter called the "Local Authority") at 517 Roberts Lane in tlie City of Bakersfleld at 10:00 o'clock a. m. (P. \V. T.) on October 31, 1944. for the sale of its Temporary L.oan Note or Notes in the aRKregate principal amount of Four Hundred-Thirty Thousand Dollars ($430,000), and designated Temporary Loan Note (Fourth Series). Such note or notes will be dated November 21, 1944, and will be payable to bearer on November 27. 1945. The proceeds of ruch note or notes are to be used to pay the expenses incurred or to be. Incurred in the development of a housing project located in the County of Kern and for which the Federal Public Housing Authority has agreed to make a loan to the Local Authority to assist in the development thereof. For the prompt payment of the principal of and interest on such note or notes, the full faith and credit of the Local Authority will be pledged and such note or notes will be further secured by a requisition agreement between the Local Authority and the Federal Public Housing Authority under the termwof which agreement the I'edeial Public Housing Authority agrees to purchase an advance loan note of the Local Authority prior to the maturity of such temporary loan note or notes In an amount sufficient to pay the principal and interest thereof, anil agrees to cause the proceeds of such advance loan note to lie deposited at the Bank at which such temporary loan note or notes is payable for the benefit of the holder or holders thereof. Such note or notes will bear interest at the rate per anuum fixed in the proposal which Is accepted for the purchase of such note or notes, will be issued in such denominations, and both principal and interest thereof will be payable at such incorporated Bank or Trust Company as the purchaser designates in his proposal, the fees or charges. If any, of such Bank or Trust Company, to be paid by said purchaser. The note or notes will provide that they are not valid until after such Bank or Trust Company has signed the agreement, appearing on each note, to act us paying agent. After taking delivery of and paying for the note or notes, the purchaser shall obtain the signature of such Bank or Trust Company upon the note or notes as aforesaid. All proposals for the purchase of such note or notes shall be submitted in the form set out below. Such note or notes will be awarded to the bidder offering to purchase the note or notes at the lowest Interest cost, and In computing such cost the Local Authority will take into consideration any premium which the bidder offers to pay. No bid for less than par and accrued interest (which interest shall be computed on a 360-day basis) will be entertained and no proposal will bo entertained for less than the full amount of such note or notes. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. In the event that prior to the delivery of the note or notes the income received by private holders from obligations of the same type and character shall be taxable by the terms of any Federal income tax law hereafter enacted, the successful bidder may, at his election, be relieved of his obligations under the contract, to purchase the note or notes. For further information apply to Fred Widmer, Secretary of the Housing Authority of the County of Kern at '•17 Roberts Lane in the City of Uakers- fic-ld, California. FRED WIDMEH. Secretary. i Form of proposal to be dated and addressed to Housing Authority o£ the County of Kern) For (a) temporary loan note(s) of the Housing Authority of the County of Kern In the (aggregate) principal amount of $430,000 described in the notice of sale attached hereto, which is made a part of this proposal, we will pay you uar and accrued interest to date of delivery plus a premium of $.. Raid note(s) shall bear interest at the rate of per centum per annum payable at the maturity of said note(s) and both the principal and Interest of said note(s) «hall be payable at the Bank in the City of and Stntu of and said note(s) shall be Issued in denominations and numbers as follows:— Tills proposal is subject to the approval of the validity of said note(s) and. the validity of the advance loan note described In the attached notice of sale by our attorneys Messrs of the City of State of and it Is made upon the understanding that our attorneys shall be furnished with a complete certified transcript evidencing to their satisfaction the lawful organization of the Housing Authority of the County of Kern and thn validity of said temporary loan note(s) and said advance loan note. The expense of such opinion la to be borno by the undersigned. The undersigned hereby agrees to accept delivery of and make payment for said temporary loan note(s) at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. Los Anfjeles Branch within seven (7) days after the delivery of said transcript of proceedings to our attorneys. Such payment will be made In funds available for immediate credit at said Federal Reserve Bank. October 17, 1944. Pink Flag Marks Birth of Leuer Girl DAUGHTER BORN TO MARTIN LEUERS' IN SAN FRANCISCO A pink fins attached to a broom- si irk I'lul loi'ocl out the window of nu apartment on Telegraph hill. San Francisco, today. Thus all the neighbors knew a daughter had heen horn to .Mr. and Mrs. Martin Letter. | Mr. I.euer. unofficial mayor of [ Telegraph hill, has been jittery for days and has had both Line nnd pink flaps in readiness for (lie occasion, prepared for u hoy or a Kirl oi' twins. The mother Is the daughter of Walter Osborn. .Sr., city attorney of Rakersfield for many years, and Mrs. Osborn. L'SOO Twenty-second street. She is a sister of tlu; artist. Marian Cunningham. The baby, Pri.scilla Ann. is the seventh in line to bear those nnmes. The baby arrived at Mount '/Aon Hospital Monday and is the Loner's first child. Local Private Is Wounded in Italy Private Kihvnrrl Gnilil. 30, son of .Mr. and Mrs. Otto Uadd, Route 7. I'.aker.sfiohl, has lieen brought to Rtishni'll General Hospital, Brigham City. Utah, for .specialized treatment ot v.-otmrJs received in Italy. A stretcher hearer, serving the Kiglily-eighth Division, Private Gadd was wounded July 14 while bringing a wounded soldier to a battalion air station. The wounded soldier was on a stretcher which was being carried by Private Gadd and another medical aldman. who were crawling up a hill toward the air station. It was at this time that Private Gadd was wounded by a land mine explosion. A veteran of 23 months overseas service, Private Gadd had served In North Africa and Sicily with the veteran Third Division before ho was assigned to the Eighty-eighth. He has been in the army since December, 1941. By MAK S Th>"' W'.i'M V,".,.- dm cn't interfere ' with ine |iii'.:i>.' «-.-iis innducted by: the n,nncs <•:' Hurm.'i. acfnrdinc; to Major Kric i'"]l'V. mpiliral officer! with l he signal air warning com-' pany. who has served tin- past -2 ; months in liio India-Purnia war; theater. j ()m> of the s.'iv;igo tribes in tlie section wbcie he served were tin; • .Vagus, who are. .Mill headhuntprs. : In cjiii' private- war one troup descended upon a village of ^ni'i other! natives and in one' nigh! wiped otn ' tlie village, i.'iiiving "ff the decapitated heads. Th.' N'agas are believed to he originally frntn Tibet of Mon- ! gollan origin. Major Cnlby said. ; Tills country. mlial>i,''d lev the' .Vagus. is bi'tween Assam and ; HumiM, and >'ie h.'a.!h;int"rs there are among tile lev, i c'ina ining tribes lhat practice tins t'eioiilv. th» major i said. i Major fo'iby. prominent local i pbysii'iati and surgeon tX't'ore he ; went into ser\ ic •<•. is now home on j leave and expects to be stationed at j Uandolpli Field. TV.xa.o. His family i will accompany him to his new i station. I Not Ready for Independence i Major Colby said that he doesn't '• think that India is ready yet for its! independence. The natives are too illiterate and the majority of them have no Interest in politics or government. "As high as 7.~> or 8"i per ei.'iu are unable to read or write." ihi' major said, who also mentioned the ancient animosities of the Hindus | and the Mohammedans, a. dividing ! force. " | When the major was iTi Calcutta, | he saw evidences of the famine anil c saw bodies picked up from tlie streets where Uic hunger victims had i .... 11 * AtNDERS "I «RW in on« nf HIP lo'-al Inrllsn papers that, as inanv qs 100 starvation races wei'j imported every day," ho drsiTibo.". lie said that rhn lark of transportation tc. i;et food into India (as transportation was tied up with war material."), was one contributing factor to the famine, and another was that some provinces with a nurplus of ri»» would refuse to send it to another province because of the fear of nopfijnjy it next year. This hoard- intr w;is a definite factor in the famine," the major said, as "there was little co-operation between the provinces." -Major Colby was stationed in noi'thfrn Burniii for four months and said th.-tt Amr-rican efficiency did in IP-h to control disease among the soldiers. Excellent Care "Due to the great precautions taken by the army, and the excellent medical care piven to the men. the sickni'ss among troops was much k'fjs thnn was expected. Assam is the highest malarial area in the world, Tin' British there have had a high morbidity rate and they expected th« sitine tiling to happen to the American troops. The Americans Immediately sol out to control the situation. They cleared out swamps through drainage, and educated the men to wear long- sleeved shirts and long- legged trousers; to sleep under mosquito netting and to use repellents every night. Tents and living iiuai'ters were sprayed with insec- tide regularly." Anifing the.' hoys the major reported seeing were Lloyd Napier, < ,'orporal Charles Buchanan. Bob Tinsley and Jaek Lynch. His own commanding officer was Colonel Roy Harding. Mrs. Harding resides in KaUersl'ield. Lost Ration Books "Tailoring" Adopted SACRAMRXTO, Oct. 17. <#>— StartinK Oclober 20, last win- rut Inn hooks 3 nnd 4 will ho replaced with fower slumps attacliod than was for- niPi'l.v tho rasp. I'ndor a iif\v policy, the regional price.' ailniinislralion ol'l'irp said today, roplai'i'inents will contain only the last sunup or scries of sianips which ln'cann 1 valid on tlie date of application. City Abandons Rent Control Continued From Paee Nine present taxes were triple tho amount he formerly paid. lie cited the duplication of fees paid when both contractors and sub-contractors must pay on tho basis of gross receipts. City Manager Vance, Van Riper said there had been some instances of refusal to pay the now license fee which fell due yesterday. There were no refusals from business or professional men inside the city, but were several from persons with businesses outside the city who deliver inside the city. There was discussing of the inconvenience caused by had placing and disrepair of street signs. Councilman \V. C. Willis suggested that iron street sign posts made from pipe and painted on both sides he placed all over the city. Xo action was taken on the matter. A contract with the Emergency Rubber Project, forestry service, 1'nited States Department of Agriculture, providing for a sewer connection at Lakevicw avenue, was read and unanimously approved by the council. Duration of the contract is five years. Legal Notice* TAX NOTICE CITY OF BAKEKSFIEI.D NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEM THAT: 1. The Ui.xe'.s on all personal property secured hy real property anil one-half of the taxes on all real property and public Improvement assessments for the fiscal year l!M4-4u will be due and payable on tlie first day of November I'.M I, and will be delinquent on the fifth day of December 1944 at G o'clock p. m. and unless paid prior thereto, fight per cent will he added to the amount thereof, and If said one-half be riot paid before the twentieth day of April 1945 at 6 o'clock p. m. an additional three per cent will be added to the amount thereof. The remaining one-halt of the taxes nn all real property and public improvement assessments will be payable on and after the twentieth day of January 1!M6. and will be delinquent on the twentieth day of April 1945, at 6 o'clock P. m. and unless paid prior thereto, three per cent will be added to the amount thereof. U. Taxes may be paid In full at the time the first installment is due and i payable, as herein provlddo. 3. Taxes may be paid beginning October 26th. 1944 In tho office of the City Treasurer and Tax Collector In Room 1. City Hall, Bakersfleld, California, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clock p. m. on each and every day of the week except Saturday afternoons, Sundays and holidays. Bakersfield, California, October 14, 1941 ' WALTER W. SMITH, City Treasurer and Tax Collector. Oct. 14 to 27 inc. KERN BIRTHS RECORDED I1AKI.HSI IKI.I) AFtnOTT — To wife ot Robert Floyd Ah- botl. a von. Hiiiidnll Lev. September IS. AI.UKBKTI-:— Tc. \vu., of Manuel Alder- eie. ri daughter. Hac hel. September 1 e. AMASON— Tn wife of John 1(. Anuiaon, :i son. John Itichnrd. StiHember 14. A.NDIJRSo.N — To win- o[ Carl Anderson, a dallKhtcr. .loyro Marie. September 11. IIAII.KV — To wile of Ktnnlcy II. Bailey. n son. Donald Hnrvey. September 21. UAKMU — To wife of Je 9se Hay Baker, a doiiKhter. September "O. HAHNl'.M— To wife of Russell Thomns Hurnum. a daughter, Mtidolyn Louise, Sept ember ?ll. BltUWN — To wife, of Ray Eldrldcre Brown. a dnnKht"r. Dorluda Joyee. September 0. CANNON — To wife of Allen Cannon, a son. Steven I)nvid. September 15. CARTER— To wife; of Karl Kdgnr Carter, a daughter. Sharon Nieole. September 17. CHAMHKRI.AIN— To wife, of Rudy Ver- nciu (. 'hamberlain, a son. Rudy I.nmonl, September 17. I'HUTIJKIIS — TCI wife nf Troy Childers, a dallKhler. iclencla Ruth. Septemhi'r I'll. COX — To wife of Krskme Eyerett Cox. n daUKhtot. Stephanie Olinda. September I'l. , 11ARBY— To wife of James Albert Darby. a son. .lames Albert. Jr., September 9. DAVIDSON — To wife of Charles D. Dnvid- son. a son. Hobby Charles. September 13. DAVIS — To wife of Leonard Harry Davis. a dannhler. Karul.vn Ann. September IP. ELLIOTT — To wife of Dan Elliott, a son. Rohby Jc'rtn. September 11. EVANS — To \vife of Maurii'e. C,\vin Kvnns. n damrhter. Marnaret CJwynii. September M. FOR.NAS— To wifo of Krno Theodore Foinus, a daughter, 131 In Theresa, September 17. FKF.KMAN— To wife of Rudy Ivan Freeman. n son. Tedrtie Olenn. September 17. GHHU'.S — To wife of Franklin Norton CiriBKp, a. daughter. Relha l.oretta. September n. GUNNKRSUN— To wife of Charles G'lbert Ciimnerson. a daughter, Barbara Lynn, September 14. HAFiPIOR— To wife of Ray I,. Harner. n dauKhter. I'alriela I.ee, September Hi. HARVEY— To wife ot Waldo Meilcj Harvey. a daughter. Klhel Ann, Sep. tember 11. tlKIKR— To wife of Virlnr Heier, n son. Carl David. September IT. HO1IKNSHKI.T- To wile of Car! Wonrt- row Hohenshell. t: son. Thomas Carl. September 21. Hul.MKS— Tn wifo of Preston Holmes, a daughter. Klr/abeth. September M. IIl'KY— To wife of Arthur Sidney Huey. a son. Raymond Brunson. September 14. JENKINS— To wife of Murrell Russell .lenkins, a sun, Russell Kugene, September 12. LONii — To wife of Milton Canada Lone. a daughter. Jessie Sue. September 14. LOl'KRIONA— To wile of Robert Loperenn. a daughter. Donna Claire. September 16. LOPKX — To wife of Metro Lopez, a eon. Mel in, Jr.. Sentemhor in. I.UKT/,— To wife of diaries William Lorlz. a daughter. Julia Ann. September to. MARTIN— To wife of Lemuel Martin, a daughter. (Hlie I.,.,.. Seplember n. MAI»TI\E/---To wife of Julio Martinez, a driUKlitei. Victoria Alma, September 1C,. Mc'KIIY— Tn wife of Edwin Anderson Me- Koy. a son. Edwin Anderson. Jr.. Sep- lember 14. MITTAN— To wife of Wilford Eugene Mit- lan. a son, Keith James, September 19. Ml 'NO'/.— To wife of Alpolinas .Mumiz. a dauRhler. Aliee, Marie. September 1?. r.UHI.I.O — Tn wife of Tony I'adlllo. a daughter, Kvelyn Jean. September 14. I'A UK En — Tn wife nf Thomas Amon Parker, a son. Thomas Leon. September in. PAKR — Tn wife of Kenneth J. Parr, a son, K"nneih Hay. September 20. PARSONS— Tn wife, of Waymar) Frnnrls 1'arsona. a dniiKhter, Mary Lea. September is. I'ASCHAF.L — To wife of Robert Hrnry Paschal!, a daughter. Mnrjorie Jeanetle. September 21. PA I'L — To wife' of Charles Tlmnlhv Arthur Paul, a daub-liter, Cheryl Elizabeth, September 11'. I'DLSTON— To wife of Phenix Peter* Polston. a son. Pheuix Peter. Jr.. September 20. UANDELL— To wife of Eddie Randell, Jr.. a son. Eddie. HI, September in. RKNO — To wife of La Verne W. Reno. a daughter, Kuthrya Pearl. September U. RIDDLE — To wifo nf Waller Webb Riddle. a daughter. Susan O'ltara. Seplem- ber IS. RO.IAS — To wife nf Benny Rojati. a son, Benny Jr.. September 1 ii RnCSSKI,!,— Tc, wife of William EuRene Roussell. a son, William Eugene. Jr., SIMM ember 21. HILL— To wife of William Mayhew Sill, daughter. Cindy Ann. September 20. wife of Roy Lorn Smiley. D:irrell. life nf SMILEY — To on. Roy eptember IS. Walter AuffUfltua Sandra Irene. Sop- nerald Norman Juanity Louise. SMITH—Ti Smith, a daiis lember I'l. STANCMfi'l-'—To wife o Stanchff. H ilauchtor, SeptenihiT IS. STKWAHT—T" iv-fe of Willie Willey Siewait. a Uauyhter, Lentia l-'aye, Sep- temli'T ft. TII.LKTT-.~To wife nf J. L. Tillett. a dauMhli'r. .lowel Ann. September is. TiNSLEY:—To wife of James Daniel Tinsley, a son. John Gregory, September 14. TOSH—To wife of Lee Ezra Tosh, a loc. Robert Lowell. September 19. YAUER—To wife of Robert Darwin Ta»er. a daughter. Pamela Lee, September li. TAFT BARNES—To wife of GeorM Burton Barnes a son. Gerald Burton, September IS. CHANDLER—To wife of Walter Ray Chandler a dauelucr. Gay Lea. September 10. COMERKORD—To wife of Bernard John Comerford a daughter. Patricia Ann. Septet, her 6. FAGA.M—To wife of Delbert Emry Fa«an. a son. Jameft Delbert, September 16. GLASPEY—To wife tu Clifford Charlei Gla.ipey a daughter, Amy Marga,r«tt. Sentembor 14. HAIITOLD—Tii wife of N>Uon Taylor Harpold a mil. Lynn Pierce, September 7. LANDRL'M—To wife of Ernest Lee Landrum a son. Ernest Kduar, September 13,' SHEPPARD—To wife of Francis Jamej Shcppard a son, Francis John. Septem.* her IS. WEiHS—To wife of Rafael Bertram W«Ris a son, Ralph Bertram. Jr.. September fi. HfCKINS—To wife of Arthur Sherman Ilnckinti a son, Thomas. September 13. LKUKC BEVAN—-To wife of James W. Bevan • daughter, Suzanne Marie, September II. TKHACIIAPI FISHER—To wife of Norman Coleman 1'ishet a daughter, Karen Ruth, September 23. AICI.UNIKS—To -wife of Joseph AM*n Mulllmks a daughter. Patricia Louise. September 21. MONOLITH W\SHt:M—To wife of Jc«»«1e Colman Washum a daughter. Caroline Ann, Sep*' tember 13. ARVIN DITRRIX—To wife of John Loyce Durbln a daughter, Dorothy Carolyn, September 12. Fl.OTO—-To wife of Vlreil Floyrl a daughter. Rebecca Sue. September 19. HENRY—To wife of Robert Joseph Henry a daughter. Linda Sue, September 15. REDDEN—Tn wife of Robert Clarence Redden, a son, Clarence Eugene, September 13. WHITE—To wife of Ervln O. White, a daughter, Barbara Ruth. September 21. MOJAVK DONOHUE—To wife of Arehie Glenn Donohue a. daughter, Dorothy Lee. September 21. McDONALD—To wife of .!,vk Davenport McDonald a daughter. Carol Kaye. September 17. MUKOC RARBERA—To wife of Filadelflo Barbera a son. Fredriek Michael, September 17. LEWIS—To wife of J. C. Lewis. Jr., a son. Da.tinl Harlan. September 17. UCHANMAAK—To wife nf Leo Willtam Si'hanhanr a daughter, Sharon Lee. September 18. BORON .MVLAl-CcHLIN'— To wife of Charles Bor- roiiii•/ .Mcl.anshlm a daughter, Jean. September Hi THOMPSON—To wife of Russell M. Thompson a son. Michael Ruasell. September 1 J. DELANO AKONS—To wife of Leyl Akons a eon. Benjamin Harold. September 4. ALVAREZ—To wife of Ben Lopez Alvarez a daughter, Linda. Seplember 20. BAN: S-—1\> wife of Milton Waiter Eanei a daughter. Barbara Joan, September II. GARCIA—To wife of Tommle Garcia a son. David. September 13. HARRIL1—To wife of Robert E. Harrill • a son. Patrick Lindley. September 1. Me KEE—To wife of d».'il Bryant McKee a son. James Doyle. September 16. Ul.lNE—To wifo of Raymond Glen Ulm« a dauKh'er, Sylvut Louise. September 13. VASwl'EZ—To wife of Charlie Vaaquez a Mc.n. Arthur, September U. WENSEL—To wife of Robert Bruce Wensel a daughter, Jennie Lea. September 13. SHAFTKK E.NNS--TO wife of Eugene Paul Enns a son, Bnn:e Eugene, September 10. UKEiIG—Tc wife of Paul Eugene Greei a d.uiBhter, Paula Lee. September 8. MARTIN—To wife of. Johnnie W. Martin a son. William Elvin. September 1G. PATRICK—TO wife of Elby L. Patrick a son. Murphy Wayne. September 18. Mi'FABLAND ARMANTROUT—To wifo of Earl Willard Armnnfrout a, daughter, Sheron Eeve. Sepu-rnber 19. JARRARD—To wife) of Cosby t,. Jarrnril a daughter, Elizabeth Jean. September S, OILUAI.K BASSETT—To wife of Walter H. Baaeett a son Perry Eldridge, September 15. BILYKLT—To wife of Pack Nogie Bilyeu a daughter, Judy Ann. September 18. .REYNOLDS—To wife of William Paul Reynolds a son, Francis Dee. September 12. SLATON—To wifo of Jack Dale Slaton a daucht.fr, Pamela Mane. September 15. WOOD—To wife of Darwin Winston Wood a daughter, Terrie Lynn, September is. LOST HILLS BOL'EN—To wit'* of Jonios C. Holtn a daughter, Vivian Lyn, September IL OBITUARY NOTICES EliirKSON', SK1AIA C.ARt'lA — Funernl sccviri.'k for Silvia Garcia fc>i<.k«un. 'JD. xvho Mied < rcluber 1 •! at u local hospital, v, ill In- held ;tt K'.'Mton' s Mo i turay, Sun K:it'n<'!. \vh--r <• Uu- bmly i.s hying NPIH. Ini'-t HUTU will In? in Mount Olive CVnii.'- tcr.v. Sun Hnl'afl. Kon.-iry will b«? conducted Octyhrr 17 n t 7 p. m. nt Hop^nn Moi lu.'irj . Mis. Rneksun \v:us a menUujr of St. Joseph's »~"hmvh. Sh»> is mirvivod bv u duunhii-r. Airs. Delia Hill. UaU.MS- fi«*Ul; Kiiin.lchil.lrtTi. Mrs. Kvelyn Anderson. Itiikcrst i•>!.!: Fviw.ml nevi-r«*Htix. San Km lifiBi o, Krfui-uramldatighter. .Mrs. Vii-Kinm Mnrtin. Itakt-rHfickl: f-mr- tiival-Hri'iLt-Ki'UiKli hildri'ti. Uukernf i«M. A, <;F,OIU;I:, JR.—Fum»nt fur lieutenant tJcors** Valenria, Jr . 21. who diet! October IS near Taft, will be lit-ld OciotKT 18 at 2 p, m. at I'H.VIIP •': Son Chap«-I, the Reverend B. C. HurniU ami Chaplalu Daniel B. Jor- KiMiiU'M of Gardner Field In cnarse oC Uio servkva Interment wiP ba in Bak- era''k-]a Memorial Fur*. A color ffuard uf huiior I rom Gardner Fielo will p*.r- i iriiutt* iti the ceremonies. Surviving I .i-.-iiScmuit Vaiem-ia ar« his parents, Mr un-l Mrs. George Valencia. 300 Lm- cnin struct, EakersfieM; ft sister. Gloria \ .\!eiiv'KA. KjfckersfieUl: jtrandmother*. Mrs Koao Valencia and Mrs. Cynthia OMhum. twit h ox Bakers field: aunta. Mr A. KclUh Anderson, BakervfieM. and Mrs M;»ry \Vhituker. Bakerst'ield; »ev- nr-,1 uncle* and. couiin*. UNION CEMETERY Furnishes MONUMENTS FLOWER CONTAINERS GRAVE MARKERS AT LOWEST PRICES Office Within the Grounds Monumental Display at Cemetery Entrance Phone 7-7185 Flickinger-Digwr CHAPEL Distinctive Funeral Service at Moderate Cost Phone 7-7881 Chester Avenue it Thirteenth J. C. Fllekitpr - FrMk Olgtor AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY and NIGHT

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