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"ay swan i NEW YORK BONDS NEW YORK. Jan. 27 () Following art today 'i high, low and closing prices on a representative list of bonds on the New York Stock and American Exchanges: Cloning- over the counter U.S. government Treasury bonds: Bid Anted tiC Yield 2s 54-82 2s 54-52 D 2U 53-5J 2s 55-53 D 2s 55-S3 J 253 2Vs Sfi-M 21aS 60-SS 2' as S8-SS 2 '4s 59-SA 2,s59-5S 253-87 S5g 21.! 63-58 24e 82-59 J 2 Us 62-59 D 2 "4 65-60 2!S7-62 2'as 68-63 2VaS 69-64 2 ' as 69-64 D 2 'is 70-65 2VjS 71-68 2lis 72-67 J i 2's72-S7S 24s72-67D 99 25 93.2a i 9921 99.23 1 99.31 100.1 1 99.12 99.16 100 6 100.10 10O2 100.4 2.09 2.15 2.16 2.18 1.16 1 80 loo. jo win 1.46 1.55 102.20 100. 10 98.22 103.24 99 22 99.22 105.12 97.00 97.00 106.22 97.12 96.24. 96.6 96.00 95.24 95.18 95 10 95.12 95.10 102 24 100.14 .4 98.26 .4 104.00 99.26 3 99.26 2 105.20 97.4 4 97.4 3 106.30 97.16 8 96.23 .2 96.10 .6 96.4 .4 95.28 .2 95.22 .4 95.14 .8 95.16 . 95.14 .8 2 35 2.44 1.61 2.41 2.41 1.65 2.59 2.58 1.80 2.71 2.74 2.78 2.79 2.80 2.80 2 80 2.80 2.80 Prices auoterf in dolTsrs and thirty. seconds. T Subject to Federal taxes but sot to etace income taxes. CORPORATION BONDS Bales (in tlOOO) High Lav Last Alum Am 3'. 64 17 101 "-i 101 101 Am As TP Ss 2O30 Do 4 80s 87 Am T&T 3'as 64 Do 3il 63 Do 3Hs 73.... Do 2s 61 Do 2s 71.... Do 24 75.... Do 234S 80 Do 2,s 86 .. Am Tob 3"4S 7T.. Do 3s 62 Do 3s 69 ACL 4s 80 Atl Ref 2s 66.. B&O S 95 J Do 5S 75 B Do Ss 95 O. . . . Do 5s 96 M . . Do 5s 2000 K Do cr 4 'is 2O10 Do 4s 75 ... DoPLE&WV 4S80 Do SW Ss 80 .. Bell T Pa 5s 60 . Beth 8tl 245 70 Bos Me 4'as 70. . Do 4s 0 Can P 4s perp CenGs 44s2020B Do 4s 95.. .. CBRNJ 3V4 87.. C&O 3'.s 73 .. Do 3's 9ft B.. C&EI lnc 97 CGW 4s 88 . . CMSPP In4'is2019 Do CT 4'iS 2044 Do 4s 94 CStNW 4 'is 99 Ch US 3V.s 63. . Cin Un T 2is 74 Cit Svo 3s 77 .. COC8L 4' 77.. CI El HI 3s 70. . Com Ed 3s 77. . . Con Ed ev 3s 63 CGEBaev 3V4S67 Con Nat O 2?4s68 Cons P 2's 75. . Del & H 4s 63 . . Del LAW 4s 2042 Det Ed 3s 76. . Do cr 3s SB... Do 3s 70 Dow Ch CT 3s 82 Erie 4 'is 2015 . Firestone 3s 61 . Fla EO 5S 74 Goodrich 24S 85 Gt Nor 3"..S SON GM0 2015 A HoustLAP 34S67 Hud C 5S 62 . . . H&M rfg 5s 57. . Do lne 5s 57.. . 1C 4s 66 Inl Btl ct 3 '.572 Int O NsJ 6s 52 Do 5s 65 B ... KO Sou 4S 75 LV 4 '-is 74 Do 4s 2003 A.. Do 4s 2003 D. . LN 3?s 2003 . Ms Cen 4,iS 60. Manatl 8 4s 57. MKT aj Ss 67... Do 1st 4s 90... 5 80I 80'4 8014 11 65H 65' 65'-a 71 122' 122H 122" 12 1201', 120H 120's 6 103 Vs 103 103 V. 20 113 114's 115 93'4 93 93 4 924 924 90 90H 8S 86k 16 92'. IS 90 17 B6J.4 17 101 12 101 101 101 100'. 101 99 t& 99 'A 9914 101 954 101 101 5 BV4 91 91 101 V4 100H 101 "4 Blil Blti 81 'i 81'., 81 M 813. 73 96 i 95 Vt 81 , 724 96 'a 94'S 81. 73 96 V, 95 V 86' BO 5 HOW 110'4 110', 10 95, 95 'i 95 Va 6 62 61. 62 3 76'4 76 76' 22 103H 103. 103 29 73 72T. 73 8 83 83 83 A 57 S8'4j 56?'. 5 104 4 104'a 104'? 8 991, 994 99 32 lOOVt 99 lOO'a 1 90 90 90 36 804 80 80 32 67'. 67 67'' 2 984 98i 98i 17 62. 62 V. 62. 10 101 101 101 8 96 96 96 7 93 Vi 9.m 93 V 44 78 77. 78 1 lOHi 101 'a 101 "4 5 98. 981 98. 10 156 156 156 37 1194 119"s 119 2 974 974 974 3 95', 95 'i 95'.. 4 lOOVa 100. lOO'a 1 88 88 88 15 103 '4 103'i 10314 17 12n. 121. 121?. 3 1001b lOOis 100V, 29 1071i 107 107 6 81 80i 81 24 10114 101 101 5 94 V 9414 944 21 99 99 99 2 8714 8714 8714 1 90 90 90 1 13514 1354 135'4 S 1044 1044 104. 10 62 62 '4 2'a 5 29 28 Vj 28 la 17 103i 103', lO.Vk 20 107'. 107' 1077. 28 774 771 77'4 30 10414 104 '4 104 '4 17 104 10314 103' 6 87 87 87 5 72 72 72 5 6714 67 67 2 1001, 1001'i 100H 2 97' 4 97 V. 97 Vi 5 97 Vs 97 97 54 83 824 82 7 93'. 93 93 327 99'-4 97'4 9a4 10 IIS. 11514 1154 77 H61. lis, us1 1 1154 1154 1154 2 1154 1154 115,4 35 116 115'4 116 126 11714 1151, 11714 Mo P S'iS 49... Do 5s 65 A. . . . Do 5s 77 r Do 5s 78 O Do 5s BO H. ... Do 5s 81 I Do 4s 75 4orB 4 'as 55 Mst Dai 2'4S 70 Nat 8U 3VsS 83 . . KOTM Ss 54.... NYC 5a 2013 Do 4 'as 2013.. Do 4s 98 NYCHR 3's 97 NYNH inc4'is2022 Do 4s 2007 XYOW 4s 92 Do 4s 55 .... Korf W 4s 96 Nor P 3s 2047... PGB 3s 74 Pen RR 5s 68... Do 4lis 65 Do 4'4s 81 ... Phil m 24s 67 . Rd 3''S 95 Rem Tob 3s 73 8tL SP 4'is 2023 Do 4S 97 i iVl Wl 1Q1 6 95 95 4 954 9914 99V 101H 101 84 8414 754 7614 7 5 110 139 97 7 54 IS 99 101 84', 76 71 77 67 72 70 71, 76 67 V, 714 7 3 118 74 77 67 '4 71 3 118 7414 13 8 1 3 1 118 17 74 10 97 97 V 97 10 109' 109 V. 109'4 1 104 104 104 98 V. 98' 98 97 86 99 93 98 96 8 98 92 98', 96 86 98 92 98 8hell U 2 'as 71 92 ' 92 92. Sinclair 3'4s83wl 552 1 06 105 1061, Soc-Vao 2' as 76 11 ai-4 wi l'4 5 91 91 91 33 104 103 103 10 102 102 102 15 103 103 103 1 120 120 120 8 102 102 I024 18 109 109 109 9 904 90 904 20 1 02 102 102 15 14 14 14 5 49 49 49 16 107 107 107 3 87 87 87 10 103 103 103 8BTT 2s 85 Bo Pac 4s 69. . Do 4s 81 .. Do Or 4'4s 77. . Sou Rr 5 94 ... . Do 4s 56 . BO Ind ct 3s82 SO NJ 2, 71.. Tex Corp 3s 65 . . Th Ave Ss 60. . . . Do 4S 60 TJn OH ev 3s73 Vn Pae 2 'is 91. . TJn Gas 3s 72. . HAY PRICES Federal-Stats Market News Service Alfalfa: TJ S. No. 1, 35 00-536 00; No. 3 leafy. 33.00'8!34.00i TJ.8. No. 2 green, 31508 35 50; 0.8. No. 2, 28 SOS 31.00. Grain bar: No. 1 bsrlev, 36.O0S38.00; No. 1 oats. 44.00 945.00. TEXTILE TRADE NEW YORK, Jan. 27 mA ood demand for the popular 80 square print cloth persisted in the cotton textile market today, offerings were tight, and the price advanced cent to 22 cents a yard. The wool goods market was quiet. Rayon goods were featureless. SHIP MOVEMENTS AT HARBORS HERE Compiled by Marina Exchange. Refer to steamship companies for dock time, rates, reservations and ports of call ACTIVE Vessel Berth American 175 Bingbampton Victory 97 C-Trader 135 Canche (Pr 230-D Corrlentss iBr.) 53 Cape Grafton (Br.) 231 Ceres (Pan LB-12 Dalerdyk (Dutch) .... 190 Defoe (Br.) 332-E Palrport 176 George Olsan 224 James Cook (Tkr.) ....LB-57 John Goods (Tkr.) 150 Lurllne 156 Lombok (Dutch) . 179 Lumberlady LB-31 Mormacland 232-B Mormacsun 232-A North Beacon LB-R Nlmertls 'Lib. Tkr.) . . 120 Nlssel Maru (Jap.) LB-10 Oliver Olson 224 Santa Flavla 53 Ulua ...147 Wideawake LB-18 Wayne victory 229 Washington LB-9 Yokohama (Jap ) LB-54 Yung Hung (Chinese) ..160 Arrived Jan. 21 Jan. 27 Jan. 27 Jan. 26 Jan. 26 Jan. 25 Jan. 15 Jan. 27 Jan. 24 Jan. 25 Jan. 24 Jan. 27 Jan. 26 Jan. 27 Jan. 25 Jan. 26 Jan. 26 Jan. 26 Jan. 25 Jan. 18 Jan. 27 Jan. 23 Jan. 25 Jan. 27 Jan. 25 Jan. 27 Jan. 27 Jan. 27 Jan. 23 VESSELS Berth Veaael- Atomena (Swed.) California Standard Pairhope Marine Arrow Steel Chemist ...... Sierra Wellealey Victory ., LB-9 97 LB-7 LB -5 LB-1 159 Anc. Vessel Awobasan Maru (Jap.) Agamemnon (Br.) Colin, (Tkr.) Cynthia Olson Duke Victory Ekefora (Swed.) Flying Eagle Oulfbrand 'Tkr.) Hawaiian Packer Illinois iTkr.t X. Hadilpateras (Ork.r . Ltsholt Wor.) Mississippi (Tkr ) Pacific Wave (Pan. ... Santa Maria Tkr.) .... Tullahoma (Tkr.) Welsh Prince (.Br.) .... Berth . . 188 . LB-3 . . . 238 ...224 . . 97 ..LB-9 . .LB-2 , Anc. ...159 ..172 . .Anc. 54 . .Anc. . -Anc. ...150 ...169 ... 190 Vessel. From Massmar. Portland Lurllne. Honolulu ..... C-TradeT. Reedsport Ulua, Puerto Armuelles Berth Anc. ....156 ....135 ....147 Tiara Vessel, Per Oretna Victory. New Orleana 130 an. Bhoryu Maru. Yokohama 3 SO Massmar. new York 8:30 a m. ales fin iooo nil Lew 934 Last 934 Va E&P tK 7S 3 9344 wab 44S 91. . . . Walworth 31U 78 War Pet 3'is 66 W Sh 4s 2361... W Md 4s 69 .... West On 5s 60. Wh 8tl ct 314s 6S Wilson 3s 58 wis cen 4a 49. . 3 84 84 84 3. 8114 81 81 5 110'-. 11014 1104 13 67 67 674 10 1034 1034 1034 31 1024 102l 1024 20 1044 10414 10414 1 10014 10O14 100'4 11 78V4 7814 7814 FOREIGN BONDS Australia 3 14s M 1 88 4 M4 884 89 '4 DO 3 las 67 8914 971, 9714 Do 3'4S 56.... DO 3V4S 57 Belgium 7s 55 . Canada 3'4 s61. Chile 214S-3S 93. Colomb 3s 70 . . . Copenh 5s 52 . . Cuba 44s 77. . . Denmark 514s 53 Gt C EP 7s 54st Grk 6s 68 pt pd Ital C Con 7s 4T It P Ct 3s 77.. Italn 3s 77 Japan 614 s 64ss Do 6 lis 54 ... Do Sljs 75st... Do 5s 65 1 96V4 96 V4 3 111 111 9614 111 31 102T4 1024 10214 19 34',, 344 3414 J 32 S4 82 1 92 92 92 5 1134 1134 1134 1 100, 100, 100, i w an wtf 10 9 '4 B'4 9 "4 3 43 V, 43V4 1 43 , 43 S 14 44V, 444 5 79 V, 79 V4 43 43 79 ij 3 130 130 130 1U Wl K)', 60 5 no 109 110 Kreui&T 5s 59.. Norway 4'4s 65 . . Do 4s 63 Orient D 6s 63s 3 Hi l'i IV. 3 99 99 99 10 V9t$ S9V4 11 7314 724 72 3 11914 119 V, 119 14 5 65 65 65 2 108 108 108 5 5114 51 Va 51 Va 3 49 49 49 S 1014 9 lO'i do es S3 Do 5 lis 68st.. rvi kiak .sa Peru 6s 60 Sao PC 6 las 57SI Serbs C3 7s 62 . . Shin El 6'4s62st BU U 1 105 105 105 1 65 Va 654 65 3 10814 108 'a 1081, 31 75 7514 75 8 124 124 124 Talw EP Slas 71 Tokyo C Ss71st Do S'-is 61 Tokyo EL. 6s 63st Do 6s 53 Yokohama 6s 61. - o us iia 119 AMERICAN DOME1TIO BONDS APPal El P 3s7t 1 101 101 101 Beth Stl 6, 98 3 1 50 150 1.V1. Bos Ed 2S 70 A Chi Tr AU 3S78 DUWKJ 4s 93A 2 5 30 96 96 96V, 91 91 91 67 V4 66 67 60 59 59 77 77 77 45 145 145 Do 4, 93 H . -. . 7 Ital Pw R 6V4s ct PUD ST Et QfiHB So Cal Ed 3s 65 SDaldlns 5s 89. . 6 100 100 100 92 92 92 AMERICAN FOREIGN BONDS Medellln Col 7sSl 10 6314 3Va 63 NlPP ElPw 6V4s53 4 131 131 131 Peru 2-2 14s 1997 5 4214 42 V4 424 sappn ret as e4 l bs B6 86 SUnn 4s 46 3d st 3 14114 141 1414 UO ,s W SI IJ 142 14U IW3 State Mutual Assets Climb At the 64th annual meeting of stockholders of th State Mutual Savings & Loan Asso ciation President H. R. Erkes reported that the accounts of savers and investors had in creased $4,484,610 in 1952 and that the asset: of the association had reached a total of $35,-955,543. Directors H. R. Erkes, Paul Fussell, William Rhodes Har vey, Henry T. Mudd, Stuart O'Melveny, James B. Speed and F. S. wade were re-elected. Kre-Halbert Corp. Reports for Quarter Kaye-Halbert Corp., televis ion manufacturer of Culver City, yesterday announced net profit for the three months ended Dec. 31, last, of $60,414, equal to 43 cents a share on the 137,825 shares of common stock outstanding, after provision of $55,000 for Federal taxes on income. No comparative figures are available. , S.F. EXCHANGE SAN P75ANCTSCO, Jan. 37 UP) Representative stocks: Sales Bizh An Cal Bk 300 40 Lew Last N.Ch. 40 40 caiamoaBut 300 Calav Cem 100 Cen Eureka 100 Doming Oil 400 ElDoradoOil 700 Golden Sta 500 Do of 30 Hawaii Pine 500 Ida Md Mn 2000 Leslie Salt 50 Matson NaT 300 MJM&M 3300 4' 14 1 25 29 7 17 73 13 1 TO 37 18 .78 3 3 90 18 14 1 25 39 7 17 71 13 1 60 37 187 3 3 90 18 5 1.23 29 4 7 17 72 4-1 13 1 60 .05 37 18 75 .03 3 3 90. 65 18 oceanic Oil 600 Olaa Sugar 200 Oliver Pil B 100 Pae Cst Asa 100 5: 5 rao rei San Maur 10 117 117 117.. V. 1UUU Ufl ,UB .Utt.. UiahldaSur 300 3 3 3 victor equip loo 8 B Westates P 2500 S3 . 50 53 .05 Do pf 600 5 5 8V4 Yellow Oab 200 7 7 7 Shares. 37.366; value, 6788,347. i f. MINES SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 27 OR Minln stocks (in centsj: Manhattan Con. 2000 13 13 13 Red Hill 4000 3 3 3 Tcnopah Divide 1000 3V 3 3 TREASURY STATUS WASHINGTON. Jan. 27 Hi The position of the Treasury. Jan. -23. compared with correspondins date a Tear ago (000 omitted) : Jan. 23. '53 Jan. 23. '53 385,413 (290.810 Net budget rec. Budget expend... Cash balance Cus. rec. for mo. Bdgt. rec. Ms. yr. Bdgt. exp. fls. yr. Budget deficit . . Z ,3,799 5,112.499 38,594 30.573.540 40.628,257 154.038 3.309.133 32.533 37,202.030 35.037,484 10.054.716 7.SJ3.404 Total debt 267,274.761 359.322,001 inc. over pre. aar 3.644 Gold assets 23,086.613 32.871.819 VESSELS D PORT IESTEBDAX (Te Pram Operator Sen Francisco American Hawaiian Baltimore A. H. Bull fc Co. Keeasport .... . w, R, cnamoeriin St Co. San Frsnclsco Liverpool Avonmouth . . Hueneme Rotterdsm . . . San Francisco Charleston . . . Astoria Portland .... Seattle Honolulu Manila Rainier Buenos Aires San Francisco Portland Independence Line LJonaiason Line Donaldson Line ..Madrigal Shipping Co. - Holland America Blue Star Line Arrow Line . . .Oliver J. Olson it Co. .... Richfield Oil Corp. World Wide Tankers .Matson Navigation Co. . Java Pacific & Hoegh Owens-Parks Lumber Co. .Moore McCormack Line . .Moore McCormack Line , Coastwlss Lines .'. Persa SS Corp. Kokusat Kaijl ...Oliver J. Olson ft Co. Grace Line Yokohama New Orleans . . . Coos Bay Portland Puerto Armuelles Kobe Mobile Portlsnd , New York . Matarangaa United Fruit Co. ..States Marine Lines . . . . Luckenbach Lines States Lines . Kokusal Line China Merchant Line DUE TO ARRIVE LAST NIGHT (4 p.m. from Operator Duncan Bay Canadian Gulf Line ei segunao standard oil Co. Yokohama ..Waterman SS Co. San Francisco ... Pacific Far East Line Newport News Isthmian Line San Francisco Oceanic SS Co. New York . ...ruchman Wright & Push VESSELS DUE TO ARRIVE TODAY Frera Operator Mitsui Senpaku Blue Funnel Line General Petroleum ..Oliver J. Olson At Co. . Stockard 83 Co. Canadian Gulf Line Isbrandtsen Line Gulf Oil Co. .Matson Navigation Co. The Texas Co. J. C. Hadilpateras Ivaran Line The Texas Co. Psular Maritime Union Oil Co. . .Keystone Shipping Co. ..Furness Line San Francisco Charleston Oakland ...... San Diego Philadelphia .. Powell River . , San Francisco Port Arthur . . San Francisco Olympia Vancouver .... Yokohama ... Freeport Manila Sen Diega .... Portland Glasgow VESSEL ARRIVED YESTERDAY (Te 4 P Vessel. Frem Berth James Cook (Tkr.), Portland ....LB-57 Dalerdyk (Dutch). Rotterdam 190 Blnghamton Victory, Baltimore 9T mssei Maru t jap.), new Orleans. LB-10 VESSELS SAILED Vessel. Per YESTERDAY Te A Tiara Lompee, Port San XmIm . . 11:15 a.m. SamarindeC Dut.i, Cape Town 11:36 a.ra. iter naroor, 3 te -m; Ban Fearo. 74 o 98: west Basin, 101 ta Terminal isiana. to is 341s Leas Beach. Pier A-l te LB-lOlT OIL NEWS Continued from 14th Page nomie Stabilization Agency. According to newspaper and trade paper accounts, Geis said, policy levels of OPS de cided no general Increase In West Coast petroleum prices Is warranted on the facts-as pre sented. ' OPS apparently concluded that a crude shortage is caused by military requirements and any relief should be granted only to suppliers of those products, Geis wrote. Their indicated solutions: divert further the military demand from the West Coast to other areas or permit the mil itary to pay premium prices for its California requirements, or subsidize those who Import oil. "This committee considers the OPS position to be the result of utterly fallacious reasoning," he told DiSalle. "None of these expedients will solve the petroleum scarcity in California. In addition, they violate the spirit, if not the letter, of the Defense Production Act of 1950.". . Only Adequate Solution Quibbling over whether the military demand causes a short age, or whether there is some other cause, begs the real question and the real responsibility of the stabilization agency, namely, the increase of produc tive facilities, he said. OPS in suggesting unsound and impractical substitutes is not discharging its responsible ity, to encourage increased pe troleum production capacity in California by realistic price ceil ings. "There is no other panacea the one solution to the petroleum problem in California is an adequate upward adjustment in price ceilings," Geis con cluded his letter to DiSalle. Rosedale Ranch Standard Oil Co. of California caught the Kern County oil fraternity by surprise with com pletion of a lightly regarded outpost test at Rosedale Ranch for more than 300 barrels of oil a day. Standard completed KCL 31 No. 12 on Sec. 1, 29-26, on the pump for 306 barrels daily of 18-gravity oil, cutting 2. Production is from 41944355 feet in the basal Etcheeoin sand Standard originally took the test hole all the way to base-j ment, bottoming at 10,812 feet in granite. American Gas Split Approved NEW YORK. Jan. 27 Stnrfc. holders of American Gas & Electric Co. todav annrowrl a 2-for-l split of the common stock. The split is to become effective Jan. 29. The 2 stock rlividpnrl r! te etered in October at the rate of one share of $10 oar stock for each 40 held will be payable March 10 to stock of record Feb. 2. This dividend will be Daid with two sharps of npw five dollar par stock for each one share of the old $10 stock that would have been distributed had the split not taken place. LA. LIVESTOCK Federal-State Market News Service CATTLE Salahla. lnnn. iteeri flrl plentiful with few loads heifers and moderate run of cows; high good and tiioice steers ana neiiers scarce; slow, all classes about steady; few loads commercial to low choice fed steers. 30.009 24.00; few commercial and good heifers. 19.0019)22.00: utility cows. 15.00 17.00; canners and cutter,, 12.00914.50; utility duubi 4V.uuie2,ou; medium ana gooa Ileffi.l-ie5?r "ef and, yearlings, 20.009 22.00; few good yearling heifers. CALVFR AaTahle. few bulK heavy calvea unsold, commercial ana sooa unaer eoo-pouna calves, zo.oow 4J.UJ. HOGS Salable. KM): mnrferatol . tive. about steady; choice 1 grain feds iHCKins eariy: medium ana cnoice 2 and 3 195-264 pounds. 18.00919 00: few 194-Z40 pounds. 19.50 20.00: ome pexa aigner; pounos. 17.009 17.30: cnoice 370-500 pounds, saws. 14.50W15.00: odd 390 pounds, 15.50. Biir.tr- saiaoie, none; market untest- ed. p.m.) Due te Jan. 37 . Jan. 27 . Jan. 29 . Jan. 37 ., Jan. 23 . Jan. 31 . Jan. 27 . Jan. 29 . Jan. 27 . Jan. 29 , Jan. 27 . Jan. 28 . Jan. 27 . Jan. 28 . Jan. 30 . . Jan. 28 Jan. 28 . . Jan. 28 .. Jan. 28 . Jan. 28 . Jan. 28 . Jan. 27 .. Jan. 27 . . Jan. 38 . Jan. 31 . Jan. 31 . Jan. 28 . Jan. 28 . aU Destination , v. Brooklyn ....... .Yokohama Reedsport Santiago ....San Francisco ....Ban Francisco Manila ...Ban Francisco Liverpool ....San Francisco Longview Seattle Seattle ........ Honolulu San Francisco Rainier San Francisco La Gualra San Francises Yokohama , Yokohama. ........ Bandon San Francisco Gold to. . . San Francisco ..San Francisco , ....Ban Francisco Yokohama Yokohama Destlnailen . . . . San Francisco Carplnteria Mobile Jan. 31 te Midnight) Due te Sail Jan. 38 .... Jan. 28 Jan. 29 Jan. 29 . .Hueneme Jan. 30 .............. San Francisco . Honolulu Yokohama Jan. 28 Jan. 28 Due to Sail Jan. 29 Jan. 29 Jan. 29 .... Jan. 29 .... Jan. 28 Jan. 31 .... Jan. 30 .... Jan. 28 Jan. 30 ... Jan. 30 Jan. 28 . . . Jan. 30 ...1 Jan. 28 Jan. 28 .... Jan. 29 ... Jan. 29 .... Jan. 29 .... Destination New York ...San Francisco Portland ........ Olympia . ... Yokohama ....Powell River New York .......Yokohama Honolulu Oakland Liverpool ...... .New York Yokohama New York ......... Seattle Portland ...Ban Francisco as.) Vessel, Frem Berth Washington. Portland LB-9 Wayne Victory. Mobile 229 Yokohama Maru (Jap.), N.Y. ..LB-54 p.m.) VeaaaL Fee Time Monnaoport, Yokohama .. 3:35 p.m. 8rosset(TkT.). Oakland .. 3 43 p.m. WEATHER REPORT omciAi. tWf W4is,y, Jaa. 33, 19M FOMCAST tea Awelea and Vlclnltrt Mostly clear ewer louwy ana tomorrow. jry nortn-east wind, becomlna locallv strnn and susty near canyons. Warmer today with ui,a svooufc su. Seathera Caltferala: Mostly clear, sun. By weather todsy and tomorrow. Local patches of foe lata night and early morning hours south and central coast. Dry northeast winds locally strong and gusty canyons and mountain rldses. Warmer most of western portion today. Seathera California Ceestal and Intermediate Valleys: clear weather today and tomorrow. Dry northeast or north winds bscomlny strong and gusty near canyons BUghtly warmer afternoons. Southern CaliferalA Meuntah, Areas: Clear weather today and tomorrow. Dry northeast winds becoming strong and gusty at times, utua change in tm nerature,. - Southern California Interior and Desert Regions: Clear weather today and tomorrow. Little change in temperatures. High today about 63 to 73 upper valleys, 73 to 83 lower valleys. Northerly winds 13 to 3S m.P.h. at times Colorado River Valley and locally gusty elsewhere. Arisona: Mostly clear weather today and tomorrow. A little cooler most sec tions tooay. windy north ana west por tions toaay ana possisiy tomorrow. WIND AND WEATHER Pniftt Geneeutieii ts Saa Dlece: Winds licbt variable night and morning hours becoming southwest 8 to is m.p.n. in afternoon todav and tomorrow, but local ly northeast 20 to 30 m.p.b. at times from Mallbu to port Hueneme. Mostly clear weather out patcnes early morning fog south of Point Fermin. Locally warmer tnta aiternoon. - WESTERN WEATHER SUMMARY Strone hlah pressure continues over Nevada and Utah, connected by a ridge acrosa Nortnern California, to anotner high pressure area centered about 300 miles west or o,n rrancisco. Moderate flow of dry air across Southern California from the Interior toward the enast. A strong low pressure area lies about 900 mues soma ox a.oaiK .isiana. NATIONAL WEATHER. SUMMARY In tha Pacific Northwest strone hlsb pressure has built up and precipitation nas oeen scstcerea ana iignt. in &outn-ern California and Arizona winds have again become easterly, producing bright, sunny weather and higher temperatures. Elsewhere temperature changes were small except for a good drop In mini-mums In Nevada? resulting from clear ing sKies. in tne KocKy Mountain re-aion and over the Oreat Plalna tem peratures dropped considerably with Cheyenne and Casper remaining below freezing all day. In the meantime, the mud spell nas moved east of tne Mississippi. Outside of light to moderate rain in the Ohio Valley, no precipitation of consequence has fallen anywhere In the united states east oi tne cascade Mountains. LOCAL TEMPERATURES Tuesday's maximum and minimum temperatures at Southern California stations as reported to the Los Angeles office of the U.S. Weather Bureau were as foi- wwe. Station Max. 7 65 65 76 77 , 68 72 67 77 78 71 60 70 61 64 77 75 59 73 51 76 69 78 74 72 Mln. Los Angeles ......... 43 32 21 44 43 45 jueaumont . . . . BishoD ..... Blythe Burbank Catalina Airport Culver City 41 Daggett 36 46 46 44 40 42 43 24 41 40 27 35 30 35 45 39 46 El centro Long Beach . . . , L.A. Airport Mt. Wilson Needles Newport ........ Palmdale Palm Springs ... Pasadena Paso Roblea .... Riverside Sandberg San Bernardino San Diego San Gabriel San Pedro Santa Barbara . Santa Monica ... Thermal 43 62 . 79 73 43 42 Torrance 45 40 UCLA 72 TEMPERATURES AND PRECIPITATION OVER THE NATION TUESDAY , Preeinl- statien Max. Mln. tation 77 55 88 41 .... 51 41 .... 58 35 .... 21 12 .... 40 34 31 16 T. 78 63 .... 42 23 70 36 31 21 38 27 .... 55 35 42 27 39 23 .... 42 31 52 34 17 11 TO 55 .... 49 33 .... 49 19 77 57 5 31 46 38 .... 35 20 79 63 .... 7S S3 .... 35 12 .... 52 38 .... 75 44 .... 4 34 60 45 .... 64 36 .... 70 S4 .... 42 54 .... 68 57 .... 72 6f? 19 15 .... 42 2 T. 4S 34 .... 56 43 .... 37 24 4 34 .... 42 34 73 37 55 33 35 22 30 12 .... 48 40 .02 35 33 T. 50 IS .... 70 49 .... SS 36 .... 45 33 42 2S 72 45 57 37 43 33 .42 37 38 .... 49 37 .... 74 46 .... 72 43 .... 45 32 .... 52 35 .... 11 2 T. 47 8 .... 55 33 .... 33 3 .... T7 44 .... rATIONS 7 , -IS -58 -49 ... 10 1 T. Abilene Albuquerque . . . . Aniarnio Bakersfleld Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville . . . . Buffalo Charleston Cheyenne Chicago - Cincinnati Denver Des Moines Detroit Dodge City Duluth . El Paso Eureka rlarstaff Ft. worth Fresno Grand Junction . Helena Honolulu ....... Houston Huron Indianapolis .... Jacksonville .... Kansas City .... TCnnxville Las Vegas Little Rock Medford Memphis Miami Minneapolis .... New York North Platte ... Oklahoma City . fOmsha ........ Pendleton Philadelphia . . . Phoenix Pittsburgh Pocatello Portland. Me. . . Portland. Or. . . Ranid City Reno Roswell Sacramento .... St. Louis Salt Lake San Antonio . Pan Francisco . . Seattle ......... Spokane Springfield. Mo. , Tampa Tucspn Washington Wichita .... Williaton Winnemueea .... Wtnslow , Yellowstone .... Yuma ALASKA Anchorage Fairbanks Juneau VITAL RECORD MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED ACTJNA NAVARRO. E. Jr. 31. C. 32. Ar.UILAR DOMIN-GUEZ. D. 54. M. 47. ALVARADO MORENO. B. 33. L. 18. , AOTO SEKI. 1 . 73. A. 63. BARNHART PARSONS. H. 40, A. 33. BARTMESfc? WIDE. R. 33, S. 20. BATCHELOR HESCHE. R. 23. M. 31. BAUER SCHAFER. R. 23. L. 23. BENEDICT BENEDICT. J. 29. R. 26. BORELLI WOOD. F. 39. J. 22. BRANIOAN KKLLEY. T. 32. P. IB. BURKE SAHR. D. 21, A. 17. CAREY CARREON. T. 26, D. 33. , COLE MscCALLUM. J. 24. M. 32. CRONE OLIPHANT. D. 30. R. 19. DeMARTINO PARUN. R. 23. E. 23. DITTJRI WILDSCHUTZ . B. 18. M. II. DOMINOUE Z ELLISON . U. 31. D. 27. . ELLIOTT FITZPATKICIS. E. 48. &. 91. FREGOSO GAMA. M. 32. A- 35. 1TUCH8 FEE. J 43. E. 40. GALLAGHER BAUGHMAN. C. 24, V. 19. GARRETT HILL. F. 39. V. 30. GOLDEN SHAPIRO. A. 22. 8. 20. GREENBERG DONATONI. A. 19, J. 18. HA HN A VILA. C. 21, B. 31. HALE HETRICK. R. 20. B. 17. HARRISON KELL. C. 35. E. 3.1. HAYNES HOOOE. L. 24. M. 26. HECKERT HAWTHORNTHWArnS, C. 25. O 23 HENRY SAINT. R. 33. 8. 33. JOHNSON ROSE. V. 54. G. 40. JONES TURNBOUOH. E. Jr. 34. J. IS. KRISTO BUKD1CK. J. 48, E. 44. LARA Y A TUAZON. E. 41, E. 31. LEE WONG. D. 27, L. 25. LIPJANKC KKAMEL. A. 36. M. 33. LIVINGSTON CALIFF. J. 27. P. 30. MacDONALD SWAN. J. 38, B. 37. MACHADO CANO. R. 21. O. 17. MANZO BOLTON. Xj. 28. O. 30. MARASCO CICERO. V. 34, A. 18. MARTIN WAITS. D. 23, J. ZO. McDANIEL WENOEL. O Jr. 30. L. St. MILLS HILL. J. 34, P. 24. MORGAN JOHNSON. K. 30. N. 39. "Change of Life Made Me Scream at My Husband" writes Mrs. . W.. New Tsrk, N.Y. "Now I don't suffer from 'hot flashes' and nervousness feel fine," she adda. If you, too. are sufferinsr from tha irritable, restless feelings and hot flashes of change of life listen! In tet by doctors Lydia nnknim i Compound and Tablets gave relief of such functionally- caused distress in 63 and 80 (respectively) of the cases! Compute or striking relief! Yes I Research has proved these medicines thoroughly -modem in the relief the giva from these nervous, "out of wartM" feelings of mid-life "charm" 1 Get Lydia Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound new Tablets with added iron! (Wonderful, too, for fancfionoi paint of mfmfhty mrtntrvgl vriod.) FT- - 1 it sets throa enapathsHe Innrveas evafem ta eelteve It! ifuiftX distress af "beat stm" " V.. 59 Cirri . ipfj&0fU V" Ytffffi - x-nmm 'u?cico . : 43 i si &JgpJ!nf r r wtiMH shs .....A V :""'v-asia.---------'Wlft W W.fikt ASZvJ (high) f" jjfgstksMj. , vtjr jjfrf ' i V ' rr. worn i JSfi 'fljinr High Temperatures and Arwat ' 11 it 6fVtt tinjuja Of Precipitation Ixptctael Wednetdey V . ' I V' J A1" J. V M60 X I WttTHtR FRONTS NATION'S WEATHER This map shows weather conditions throughout United States yesterday. It is based on information received from United States Weather Bureau. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED NYSTROM MoCALL. P. 20. M. IS. O'STEZN HARRIS. 8. 29. P. 3. P'T V7 lVT d r v an PETERSON COCkBRELL. j'. 2'. B. 30. nniun uujjbUN. w. jr. ai, A. iiv. RICE PITTS. A. 23. M. 33. RIOS BAILEY. O. 30. A. 27. RODIGER GLENN. W. 28, G. 31. SHAW JELEN. P. 63, E. 51. SINGH SEGURA. H. 26, D. 37. SOKENSON FRESCOTT. A. 45, I 37. STANTON OERAQBTT. t 31. J. Sft. STOFFEL DAWSON. R. 20, R. 19. STUART LANE. V. 33. B. 21. 6YPHER Mcdowell, c. ss, v. 33. TAYLOR RENECKE. H. 31. S. 28. THOMPSON SDDINOel L. 33. D. .13. TURNBOUGH JONES. B. Jr. 24, J. 18. VAHKAXJ1&N BKYNO.N. J. 24, E. 19. VIRGILLO MAXSENE. D. 38. R. 31. WECKLER CRANDALL. C. 28. C. 28. WILLIAM GLANCY. L. 34, P. 21. W1LUAUS LAfiSlTSH.,C. 38, B. 37. DIVORCE SUITS FILED ALEXANDER. Elizabeth M. against Carl. ALKANA. A rime F. against josepn. ANNETT. Juanita R. against Carl W. REGALDO. Catalina against Fred. BIEVER. Marr B. against Afloipns r. BRUsRK Marr aaainst Charles C. CABARLOC. Pedro C. against Martha C. CARLSON. Gertrude P. against George. CRUZ. Carole against Eleutirio. DAUGHERTY. Ray L. against Kacnerin. DIXON. Estella against Joe. DIXON. Rosa against James. EDMI3TON. Dorothr against Samuel W. FAVREAU. Eljiva against Conrad J. FINNER. Robert W. against Margaret J. FRAZER. Theresa M. aaainst Will E. GONZALES. Anne against Gilbert. GOOUWllirlT, uiaays agamsi uurtie. GORDON. Arthur V. against Beatrice. GORDON. Katharine against Jerry. GRANT, ma a. against Herman J. HALE. John W. against Barbara 3. KALLA. Sally L. against Rudolph A. HANDLER. Sarah against Sam. HARKNESS. Barbara against Robert 8. HAUCK. Petronella K. against Ralph J. HOUSE. George W. against Mildred. HUGHES. Far O. against Robert T JENKINS. Maralyn J. against Peter R JOCK. Wanda M. against Leslie D. KLEMISH. Corynne E. against Edward. LEE. Pearlie M. against Newton R. MACIEL. Lola N. against Jose N. MARIN. Anna M. against Leopoldo, MELTZER. Sophie against Harry L. KLHKUlin. &atnerme again&i wwbdb. MILLER. Patricia D. against Wilbur U. M INTER. Joyce against Val. MUDAY. Anna B. against George J. Murtrnl. norcense against nooerv. MIIRRAV. Colleen D. against FhUlD L. NEBL. Roye W. against Marie B. NELSON. Jessie M. against i nomas. vtt.v-.q Buf.h M. furslnst Merle A. PEARSON. Elisabeth A. against James. RAMSEY. Marsaret a. against Robert L. RAVENSCROFT. Jean L. against Edward. REGALADO. Catalina against rrea. SAENZ. Pedro against Anita. SCHWARTZ. Emil against Regina. SCIACCA. Glovania against Vincenso. SHIRK. Bernlce O. against Gothie H. SHELBY. Earline against Henry C. SHULTZMAN. Barbara B. against James. SMITH. Frances E. against Dudley H. SMOTHERMAN. Mary A. against Walter. STRAY. Mary M. against Rodney L. BTRiniM DnSht Atrnlnxt .Tohn F. SULLIVAN. Margaret W. against Robert. kui A sbtv Km ft n. aEainsi, Rawira ij. TAYLORl Milton against Crzella. TENZER. Miriam against Robert N. THOMAS. Irma against Irs. TIERNO. Theresa R. against Louis. VALENTL Marian against Tony. WALKER. Evelyn against John. i. WEBB. Perihan B. against Bob R. WILLIAMS. Robert Jr. against Barbara. WILSON. Mary R. against Elmer P. ZOHN. Richard S. against John B. DIVORCES GRANTED BARRY. Charles X. from Frances M. BENSON. Betty J. from Keith W. BERSET. Bstta L. from Elmer J. BRANHAM. Jeanette from Carl C. BUNNETT. Lucille E. from Edwin K. BYRNS. Eldon D. from Harriet L. CALLEROS. . Elvira V. from Antonio. CAMPBELL. Mariorle A. from John M. CLARK. Maria from Lewis. DARNELL. Elroy E. from Eula M. DAVIS. Ann from Harold A. DEETER. Eula B. from Louis D. DIXON. Eleanor B. from James M. FINSTAD. Ruth S. from cnester w. FIORE. Jeannette from Joe. , GARDNER. Mary J. from Raymond B. ORAM ROSA. Leah I. from Angelo. HACKETT. Ann from Hugh F. HAGAN. Clarice G. from William A. HARTLEY. Ruth A. from Thomaa O. HAYES. Lei a B. from Edward C. HENRY. Zanlada N. from Margo 1. HOLT. John D. from Betty L. ISAACS. David M. from Kay D. JAY. Gilbert from Evelyn J. JONES. Kathryn O. from Gordon K. KRUEGER. Paul A. from Bertha F. LANKFORD. Alleyne B. from Aubrey I. LAURO. Joan from Vincent A. . LONG. Gladys L. from Samuel D. MAVAR. Stella A. from Anton J. McDERMOTT. Sarah from James. OPPERMAN. Evelyn P. from Wesley E. PILKINGTON. Robert H. from Daisy K. PINTO. Maurice from Norma. PRIEST. Charlie O. from Lessi. RAGLAND. G. Glendine from Charles W. SPROUSE. Mary L. from James W. STEIN ER, Lorna C. from Albert H. STRETCH. Alice from Arthur W. . TINNERMAN. Irene M. from Edward C. TORGUSEN. Sue from John W. TOSE. Marcla from Roy. WEISS. Inge P. from Edward F. WESTMORELAND. Bobbie E. from Tom. WIGFIELD. John S. from Anna M. WRIGHT. Edith I. from Howard C. WRIGHT. Viola from Byron F. Deaths, Funeral ' Announcements ADAMS. Robert N.. beloved husband of Nettie A. Adams, brother of Grace Forg. granaiatner oi sveiya Hal-ford and Ned Hicks. Services Thursday at 11 a.m. In the Church of tha Recessional. Directed by Forest Lawn Mortuary. AVERY. Jndea Raaa Amr. Services 3 p.m. today at First Con gregational unurcn. bin ana commonwealth Streets. Interment Private. Pierce Brothers Los Angeles directors. BAILIFF. Ralph B of Arcadia. Jan. 37. Private services Thursday, January 39. 11 a.m., at Whita-Emerson Ca. Chapel. Whittier. BABRV. Michael, beloved brother of Julia Koich. Helen Rojas. Mildred Wooten. Daniel E.. George and Ross D. Barry. Rosary this evening. 8 o'clock, at Edwards Brothers' Colonial Mortuary. Mass Thursday. 9 a.m., at St. Paul's Church, Washington and Bronson. BLACK, Minnie L.. loving sister of Lorna C. Black. Services todsy. 1 p.m., at TJtter- McKinley'a WUibire Chanel. Please omit flowers. BEADY, Col. David Jeba, beloved husband of Maud 8. Brady, father of Frances M. and Caroline A. Brady, brother of Mrs. Fred B. Wilder. Services 10 a.m. Friday at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 7501 Rol. lywood Boulevard. Pierce Brothers' Beverly Hills, directors. PERSONAL ATTENTION COSTS NO MORE . . . On of tha Edwardi brother personally supervises every detail connected with a service, from the minute you call PRospect 8281. You will like this friendly appreciation of your need and the extra personal attention you get at Los Angeles' most beautiful funeral home. Edwards Brothers prices are as low or lower than those of any other funeral" home. I J Us Angeles' If Finest Mortuary I I teee timci ne Mnt Deaths, Funeral Announcements BEADY. Rev. Edward Destor of St Cecilia Church. nvB7 rrmar wcuiaa 7 o cioca, at St. Cecilia Church. Office of Dead Friday evening. S o'clock. St. Cecilia Church. Solemn Mass of rteouiem Saturday, 10 a.m.. as sr. Cecilia Church. Interment Newport, nersimer county. New Torg. tun-alnghaaa Aj O'Connor, directors. BBANFMCIB, Lauras. Services Thursday, 10 a.m., at uromaa atoriaary. . CAR A. Lydia Carlson, beloved mother at William L. Cars, aunt of Virginia Cali Maelntyre and Madelyn Rule. Services Thursday at 10 a.m. In me eetnei i em pie, izso Beuevue Ave.. Loa Anselea. Directed by Forest Lawn Mart nary, nouywooa mils. COHEN. Max. Mslinow A, simoaa, directors. COHEN. Sarah. Interment Chicago. Jaffa Memorial in cnarge. mi.: tu-ojai. COLLINS, Mrs. Lrrlab May. of 33 flaa Marcos, Ban traorlel. January ru loving wlfa of j. Forrest Collins. Funeral services, 3 p.m., Thursday at tha Da Beta Funeral Heme, lie worm Ban Qaoriat iiouievara, San Gabriel. CONEY, Anna L. Requiem Mass today. a.m.. at St. Ambrose Church. Cunningham A O'Connor, directors. COENFELDT, Charles M., beloved husband of Sarah Cornfeldt, loving father of Betty Laskin and Conrad J. Cornfeldt, brother of Jeanette Buck-bants and Sadya Halperin, Max. Edward and Mike, also survived by 4 grandchildren. Services today,-1 p.m., at Hollywood Cemetery Chapel. Gromaa Mortuary, directors. DAVIS. Mrs. Ursula M. Requiem Mass today. 9 a.m., at oooa eneonerd Church. Beverly Hills. Cnnnlnghasa O'Connor Hol- irwon, directors. Da CARDO, Walton F.. beloved husband of Esther De Cardo. father of Elyse Franklin and William Dornisch, son of Mary Card, grandfather ot Walton Dornisch. Services Thursday at 9:30 a.m. la the Wee Kirk o' the Heather. Directed by Forest Lawn Martaary. DODGE. Roy (Brownie), lata of 3053 Bellvue Avenue, Glendala. loving husband of Margaret, brother of x-ean, .Bessie ana sia. Services Thursday. 11 a.m.. at euioacn Daroans raneras noma. ELY. William B. Mass today. 9 a.m.. at Immaculate Conception Church. Edwarda Broth ers- voiontat mortuary, directors. FEISOV. Joseph F. Requiem Mass today, 10 a.m.. at St. Thomas Church. Cunningham . A O'Connor, directors. GAINES. Alta M. Bervicea Thursday. 9 p.m., at uraca (-napei. ingiewooa Park Cemetery. Edwarda Brothers' Colonial mormary, directors. GOLDSMITH, Bam O. . Cremation prlvats. Armstrong ramus in cnarge. GORDON. Mr. Eldon O., loving brother of Mrs. Mattle Runyan, nncia of Miss Winona Runyan, Keith and Lloyd Gordon. Services 3 p.m. today at Pierce Brothers' Hollywood, 6959 Santa , Monica Boulevard. Interment Huron, 8 D. GOBDY, Mrs. Catherine. loving mother of Mrs. Zola Richardson, Mrs. H. J. Hollsngsworth. John S. Gordy and David s. Taber. Funeral services today. 3 p.m.. at Eriekson A Brown Funeral Home, Taft, Cal. Interment Westslde Cemetery. Cunningham O'Connor, directors. GUSTAFSON, Emily, mother ef Paul E and Virgil A. Gustafson, sister of Mrs. F. E. Rydlund of Ft. Dodge, la. Services Thursday. 11 a.m., at the Chapel of the Chimes. Inglewood Cemetery. W. A. Brewa Sea, dl- BALL. Nettle A., beloved mother of Ar-line Hall and Lvla ntntx Services 1 p.m. Thursday at Fierce i iL evoriy alius, 417 North HATFIELD. Clyde D. F rl va r rfa Rm,!.- A.lul.1 l HUNT. Mrs. Emily Parsons, of Ban Ms. rtno. loving mother of Mrs. John R. G. Thompson. Mrs. Steven Paul and Norman P. Hunt, sister of Mrs. Clara Hilton and Walter Parsons. Private services were held Tues-dsyin tha Chapel of Turner, Stevens HUTCHISON, Leulsa W.. beloved mother of Robert, Cedrie and Theodore. Services at White's Funeral Heme .-lurii vnaoei, Azusa, weanesday, January 28 at 2:30 p.m. Interment EESHNEE, Ben. ' ,naor- Malfnnw A BI-nMa KOLMAN. Kate (fnrmerlv r r-l.i... r ri . i xwuarea sauis. Ma- w, nuun, Anna &apian ana Moms. Services today, 2 p.m.. at Holly. , Cemetery Chapel. Jaf fe Ma. LEWIN. Samuel. Mftltnnw Mr Rfma-a rilMM, LiTTI.E, Ida Cameron, beloved aunt af Services 11 a.m. Thursday at Ct. McDONALD. Elizabeth A., beloved wife of Kooers m. McDonald, mother of Mrs. Wilms M. Tyrrell and Mrs. Elizabeth A. Griffin, also 1 grandchild. Services Thursday, 3 p.m.. at T"t- irr.ncninR, ltrbhi Mirni.na v m rv. neasATtuo, i neima. - Services 10 am. Thursday at Pierce Brother, Van Nova. MTER, Rich J.. formerly of Factfle Mu- wuai jiie insurance vo. .Services Friday at 9 a.m.. la tha Little Church of the Flowers. Interment Sacramento. P-!!?!1 by Foreat Lawn Mortuary. MILLER. Charles. Services today, 3 p.m. at Matin ew a Simons. MILLER. Mertan t., native ef tha State , of Maine, graduate of Colby College, class of 1890i donor of Miller Library, leaves widow. Georgia May Miller. Pacific Palisades. Cal.. and nephews, John M. Reed and Robert F. Reed, Arcadia, Cal. Funeral services st Forest Lawn, . Wee Kirk o" the Heather, Wednes- day. 9:30 a.m. Interment at Forest Lawn. '" Will llaM.11-11 ' EDWARDS BROTHERS MAX TEMPERATURE M Deaths, Funeral Announcements H0E88MEB, LOllan S. (Kesaanrn wife of Fred P- Moessmer Sr.. mother ot ' Dorothy S. Pendleton and Fred P. Moessmer Jr.. sister ot Guy S-Backer. Services Friday at 10 a.m. Id tha Little Church of the Flowers. Directed by Foreat Lawa Mortuary. HONKS. Leslie Claude (also known as Las Do Sllva). , Services Thursday. 1 p.m., at jsrsBssrong rsuur. MORGAN. Earl W., beloved husband ef Asvoermv HDrsu, urvmg lawer O Jean. Sorenson, also survived by ; grandchildren. Services 13 neon Thursday at neree u rowers- creasaaw, 4601 Crenshaw Boulevard. MUSCENTE, Angelina Toeee, mother ef Frank, Albert and Joseph Muscenta, Mrs. Sabine Runfgla and Mrs. Glo ria Pellicelnoi also survived by 3 aranacnuaren. Solemn Requiem Bleb Mass today. 10 a.m., at San Gabriel Mission Church. Wens Dt Staf ana, directors. NANES. Rahhl Saul Isue. Servicea 3 p.m. today, at the Obn-gregatlon Srere. 3S01 East 2nd Street. Glaabaad Mortuary, directors. NOBIN8, Martin K., beloved husband of Ruth Norins, brother of Eve N. Laskowlts, Lee Stark, Jeanne. William, Russell and Edward Norins. Services today, 3 P.m., at Holly, wood Cemetery Chapel. Gramaa Mortuary, directors. OWENS, Charles H.. January 37. 1953. Funeral services Thursday, 11 a.m.. at Benaker Chapel. Buens park. Interment Anaelua Abbey .Mausoleum. PABENT, Hrles Newtsa, belored father of Ada Packer. Edward. William and Clarence Parent, brother of Delia -ox, e.so survives ay 9 granacnu- dren. Strictly private services Thursday. 1 o.nu at uner-MeskUueya view-ark. FEEBLE, Mr. Fred D., beloved husband of Mrs. Maebelle Preble, brother . of Mr. Armand Preble. e Servicea 1 p.m. today at Fierce Brothers' Hollywood, 8959 Santa Monica Boulevard. QtlGLEY, Mrs. Elisabeth Y.. loving mother ot Robert J. Roger B. and tames n. wuigiey. Rosary this evening, 8 o'clock at St. Ambrose Church. Requiem Mass Thursday. 10 a.m., at St. Ambrose Church. Interment Holy Cross Cub-Bingham O'Connor, directors. QtJIST, signs, beloved mother ef Gladys Quist, sister of Helga Nelson, sister-In-law of Helma Ortenblad. Services Thursday at 1 p.m. In the Church. of the Recessional. Directed by Forest Lawn Mortuary. BACEK. Harold fHal, of 637 Calls Mlra-mar. Redondo, beloved husband of Peggy, father of Dr. H. Scott Racek of San Pedro, formerly a cement contractor. Funeral serriees win be conducted at the H. R. HalversoB Mortuary. San Pedro. Thursday, 3 p.m. In lieu of flowers, please contribute to American steers Association. BE1XLY. Mrs. Rose E., of 1216 Sanborn Avenue, loving wire oi William J. Reilly. sister of Mrs. Beatrice Mc- uoweu, Rosary this evening. 8 o'clock, at St. Francis of Asslsi Church. Re-eulem Mass Thursday, 9 a.m.. at St. Francis of Assist Church. Wallace E. White Howard J. Callanan. directors, SEYMOND, Jeanne, beloved wife ef Frank B., loving aunt of Jeanne O. Faure. Antonio Prigmore and Henri Guerin. Rosary tonight. 1 p.m.. to Gedeau Martinenl'e Crystal ChapeL Funeral Thursday, 8:30 a.m., from the ehasel. Mass 9 a.m. at Immaculate Conception Church. Interment Calvary. SABO, John E. Services Thursday. 9 1ft t m . mt i matron ramuy. SILVERTO.V. Thereea. beloved mother of Seymour. Myron and Juliet H. Services today, 2 p.m., at the Rome of Peace Mausoleum Chapel. Msliaow Simons, directors. SNIDER, Sam, ef 1401 West Slst Place, beloved husband of Addle M.. loving brother ot Mrs. Paul Olson and John R. Snider, both of Amarillo. Tex. Services 3 p.m. Thursday at Fierce Brothers' Los Angeles, 730 West ..Washington Boulevard. SOTJERE, Jacob. Services today. 11 a.m., at Ore-man Mortuary. TUCKER, Mary A., beloved mother of Mary Rae Ketchersid. Mary E. Grau-en. Betty Robinson and Lawrence M. and Francis L. Tucker. Rosary Thursday evening. 8 o clock, at Edwards Brothers' Colonial Mortuary. Mass Friday, 9 a.m.. at Our Lady of Loretto Church, 300 North Union Avenue. VOJVODICH, Victor A., beloved husband of Edith M. Vojvodich. father ot Zvonko Vojvodich. Services Thursday at 3:30 p.m. In the Wee Kirk o' the Heather. Directed by Forest Lawn Mortuary. WHITING, Ferry, beloved husband of Marlta Whiting, father of Ha of Alhambra, brother of Art Smith of Redondo Beach and EJfle Arrant. Masonic services 3 p.m. Friday at Fierce Brothers' Los Angeles, 730 West Washington Boulevard. I SPREADING EVERYWHERE get WAV lltEUEF FOR Penetro mpplied ta ihm ehmtt amef back help t break up heal congestion. mm Medication gets into ekin and relieeet pain at nerve ends. You feel better. From all ever the city comes reports of increasing incidences of colds. Thousands are suffering gore, achy muscles, painful chest tightness, that tired achy feeling and "choked-up" distress. Families everywhere) ar turning to Penetro Quick Acting Rub for comfort lne relief. For Fenetro'a 8-way action works promptly to help you feel better fast. Rubbed freely on chest, throat and back, Penetro (1) warms and soothes sore, aching muscles, eases chest tightness, and local congea-. tion. (3) Medicated vapors loosen phlegm, check coughing and (3) comfort irritated breath rtajnnwaa. And Fenetro'a "SUam-Rollei" action gives yon even extra long-laating comfort Just put 2 spoonsful Of Penetro In a hnwl af Kniltn water, cover head and bowl with a www, xsena over anc inhale deep LosangcIesCimes J WED., JAN. 28, 1 953-Part I CALENDAR Today United Fresh Fruit and Veem. table Association convention, Statler, all day. Kiwanis Club luncheon. Bill- more Music Room. Exchange Club luncheon. Biltmore Conference Room 8. Democratic National Commit tee breakfast, Biltmore Confer ence Room 4, 8:45 a.m. Catholic Press Council ban quet, Biltmore Bowl, 7 p.m. Writing Courses Set Courses for writers, ranging from those who wish to write for popular magazines or technical journals to those who would write for children, are announced for the spring semester of evening study at University of California Extension, 813 S Hill St :, Sun, Moon, Tide By U.S. Coast and Geodatls Survey wUA- -00 UA Feb. 13 Feb. 30 Jaa. 39 Feb. 6 WEDNESDAY. JAN. M Sun rises 6:53 a m., sets 5:30 p.m. Moon rises 4:31 pjb.. aeta 6:lo a.m. TIDES. LOS ANGELES BABalOB Jan. . Low High Low Sigh 38 1:49 3.1 7:53 6 0 3:06-0 9 8 t 3 8 39 3:23 1.9 8:26 5.9 8:X3-0.9 ui 4 0 3Q 5 57 I I ( Ml I I !SUI C t, 11 11 31 3:30 l.T 9:28 8.8 4:23-0.3 10:48 4.3 Feb. 1 4:08 16 9:89 8.1 4:44 0 0 11:08 4 4:44 1.6 10:29 4.6 8:07 0.8 11.31 4.3 ' 5:37 1.6 11:08 4.0 5:31 0.9 11:66 4 4 Tides are given in order of occurrence. First column denotes time and second column height la feet above or below mean lower low water. Light-face type denotes a.m blank -(ace a.m. Yesterdays water temperature: Lane Beach, 87; Santa Monica, 55. FUNERAL DIRECTORS - REED BROS.. TAPLEY & GEIGER Myron W Keed, John f. Tapley Myron W. Seed. Jr.. Both M. Geiser ABE BUILDING A NEW MORILABY SAME PHONE: PB.S15I TFJHFOBAYn LOC W. WaaMngtea) CUNNINGHAM & O'CONNOR ESTABLISHED 189S Two Convenient Locations 854 Melreee, Hollywood. BB-2S201 SJO.Weet yyashlngton FB-0294 BRESEE BROS. & GILLETTE SIXTY TEARS OF FRIENDLY SEE VICE ?50 W.. Washington Blvd. PR-SIM MORTCAKY IN FOREST LAWN EVEHYTHING IN TIME OF 8OSR0W TELEPHONE CLEVELAND 6-3131 Foreat u Lawn Memorial-Park AMn.. Ine. TEMPORARY MORTUARY HatUtl E. WHITE HOWARD J. CALLANAN 18 - W, WA SHINOTON . BLVP, FR-S34S ' awaaiavii ---wx,."aaasviawa W. A. BROWN & SON f W. Wylle Breww . Cbarlea T. 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