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TI-I~RSDAY, APRIL 25, 1940 [N'DI~LN VALLEY RECORD ml i NOTICE BY COUNTY CLERK OF TIME AND PLACE ~)F PRESI- DENTIAL PRIMARY ELECTION. POLITICAL PARTIES EN- TITLED TO PARTICIPATE THEREIN, AND NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF CANDIDATES FOR DELEGATE. Notice is hereby given that a presidential primary election is to be held In the County of Plumas on Tuesday, the 7th day of May, 1940, and that hereinafter under the designation of each of the political parties entitled to participate therein there is stated the name and address of each person for whom nomination papers have been filed in the office of the Secretary of State an(1 who is entitled to be voted for, at the elec- tion, as delegate to the next national convention of that party under Which his name appears; and that under the name of each party, and under the name of the person for whom a preference as nominee oz that party for president has been expressed, there is stated the name of each of those candidates for delegate who has filed a statement of preference for that person and has been indorsed as required by law, and who may be voted for as one of a group, and also the name of each candidate for delegate who has filed a statement of preference, and who has been indorsed as required by law, and who may be voted for but not as one of a group; and under each party there is also stated under the words "NO preference" the name of each candidate (other than a group candidate), who has filed no statement of preference but who may be voted for, and the name of each candidate who has filed a state- ment of preference and who has not been indorsed as required by law or who is deemed unindorsed by reason of the state campaign committee indorsing him having been repudiated, but who may be voted for at the election; and the names of candidates will appear upon their respective party ballots at the election in groups or individually as hereinafter set forth: LIST OF CANDIDATES Democratic Party Candidates Preferring JOHN NANCE GARNER 1 Mrs.' Frank P. Deertng 2709 Larkin Street, San Francisco 2. Mrs. Catherine M. Lane 253 South Mansfield Ave Los Angeles 3. Mrs. Esther Lea ~210 Crenshay St Los Angeles 4. Patrick William McDonough 951 Larkspur Road, Oakland 5. Toland McGettigan 670 King St Santa Rosa 6. William J. McNichols 1314 North Poinsettia Place, Los Angeles T. William R. Wallace, Jr 1350 Jones St San Francisco 8, Zach Lamar Cobb 131 North Arden Boulevard, Los Angeles 9. Duard F. Gels 147 North Merrill Ave Willows 10. Thomas F. Keating 1440 Lincoln Ave San Rafael 11. Charles Brown Shoshone 12. James Pardee 1111 Lassen St Susanville 18. Robert E. Beauchamp 1561 Thirty sixth St Sacramento 14. Earl Desmond 2022 Twenty-Second St Sacramento 15. Thomas I. Coakley 230 Cherry St San Francisco 16. Mrs. Joseph Furlong Gallagher 614 Punston Ave San Francisco 17. Burnell Gould 700 Corbett Ave San Francisco 18. Thomas E. Hayden 1615 Lyon St San Francisco 19. Paul Dempsey 566 Begier Ave San Leandro 20. Olin W. Murrell 1747 Fourth Ave Oakland 21. Thomas Carter 800 Rosemont Road, Oakland 22. Ray Dougherty 3143 Lewtston Ave Berkeley 23. Thomas Jarboe ' 15 Aragon Boulevard, San Mateo 24. William L. Corslglia 779 Willow Street, San Jose 25. O. L. Baker = Route 3, Box 284A, ~iadera 26. Peter P. Myhand 501 Nineteenth St Merced 27. George ttay 2216 Seventeenth St Bakersfield 28. Keddeth W. Watters, Jr Park Lane, Santa Barbeara 29. Wqltam J. Goss 1070 Santa Maria Avenue, Glendale 30. H. Harrison Ham 116 South Roosevelt St Pasadena 31. Earl L. Comstock R. F. D. 1, Box 98, Glendale 32. Mrs. Clara B. White R. F. D Box 500, Monrovia 33. Mrs. Ruth Bertoglio 4538 Homer Street, Los Angeles ~. Ben Lang 4714 East Fifty-second Place, Maywood David Hoostn 1907 West Sixth St Los Angeles 861 Mrs. Marguerite E. James 1163 West Edgeware Road, Los Angeles 37. Leo S. Chandler 626 Lorraine Boulevard, Los Angeles 38. WilFam I. Gilbert 4526 ~Vilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles 39. William M. Byrne 12729 Marlboro St Brentwood Heights, Los Angeles 40. Patrick M. Walker 700 South L8Brea Ave Los Angeles 41. Mrs. Esther J. Day 512 West Golden Ave Los Angeles 42. Win. J. Whittington 762 West 165th St Gardens 43. William H. Cree 4256 Pacific Ave Long Beach 44. Carl R. PurUll 271 Granada St Long Beach 45. H. R. Brinkerhoff 2003 Victoria St Santa Ana 46. George W. Wolf 3165 Pepper Tree Lane, San Bernardino 47. Neal H. Cavin 555 Sandalwood Drive, E1 Centre 48. Clara Chandler 4407 Georgia Street, San Diego End of Group Candidates Preferring WILLIS ALLEN 1. WilUs Allen 634 North Cherokee Stl, Los Angeles 2. Roy G. Owens 139 North Oxford Ave Los Angeles 3. Len W. Raynolds 861 Center St Manhattan Beach 4. Basil Edwards 2218 One Hundred Seventh Ave Oakland 5. Harry E. Karst 342 North Hobart Boulevard, Los Angeles 6. Lucy A. McClintic 376 South Fifth Street, San Jose 7. Win. R. Peeler 205 South Almansor St Alhambra 8. Blanche L. Jones 2201 Wishon St Fresno 9. Will H. Kindig 4125 South Figueroa St Los Angeles 10. Lawrence W. Allen 2014 North Hi~hland Ave Los Angeles 11. W~lliam Burness 202~ North Bushnell Ave Alhambra 16. 17. 18. ]9. 20. 21. 22. 24. 25. 26. Mary L. Savory Route 4, Box 367, Fresno 27. Marie A. Reardon 645 East San Joaquin St Tulare 28. Edward Wallace 1609 G. Street, Bakersfield 29. Herbert K. Sorrel 187 North Verdugo Ave Burbank 30. Oliver W. Thornton 11150 Hesby St North Hollywood 31. John A. Strand 719 South Simmons Avenue, East Los Angeles 32. Ernesto Ortiz 4063 San Carlos St Los Angeles 33. Reuben W. Borough ~. ~. = 4202 Latona Ave Los Angeles 34. Joseph W. Aidlin 2458 Lyric Ave Los Angeles LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES STATE OF CALIFORNIA ORDER CLOSING TROUT STREAMS 35. J. Leslie Malim 1622 Shatto St Los Angeles For the purpose of further pro- 36. Mrs. Jessie Terry 1152 East Adams St LOs Angeles tecting trout with which the Fish 37. Frank Scully 2071 Grace Ave LOs Angeles and Game Commission has stocked 38. Sam Houston Allen 5832 La Mirada St LOs Angeles the various waters of this State, of 39. Ellis E. Patterson 1167 South Rodeo Drive, Los Angeles insuring their larger ~rowth and 40. Maurice Murphy 218A South Arnaz Drive, Beverly Hills I~etter means of propagation, as 41. Thomas C. Brown 25615 Lucille Ave Lomit-. well as providing an adequate sup- t2. Mrs. Nellie I. Mansfield 7700 LaSalle Ave Los Angeles ply of trout eggs for the various 13. Mrs. Gladys Chism 616 Harvard St Bellflower fish hatcheries of this State to the t4. Frank Makcpeace 255 Nieto Avenue, Long Beach end of improving fishing conditions ~6. John E. Trainer Drumcoo-Central Ave Ontario generally throughout the State; ~6. W. Maxwell Burke 1461 Orange Ave Santa Aria Now, therefore, upon the recom- 47. Mrs. Ella M. Rogers Fourth end Ocean View, Del Mar mendation of the Fish and Game t8. Paul A. Riehie 4264 Menlo St San Diego Commission of the State of Call End of Group fornia and pursuant to and by vir- Candidates Preferring rue of the authority vested in me FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT by the provisions of Section 629 of 1. L. B. Dockwetler 2321 South Figueroa St Los Angeles the Fish and Game Code, State of 2. Mrs. Mattison Boyd Jones 727 Kenneth Road, Glendale California, it is ordered that the 3. Robert W. Kenny 1941 North Serrano Ave Los .~mgeles following waters within the County 4 of PLUMAS, State of California, be 5. Mrs. Robert McWilliams 2111 Hyde ~treet, San Francisco and the same are hereby closed to 6. Culbert L. Olson 506 South Mariposa, Los Angeles trout fishing or the taking, kiiUng 7. or having of any trout therein or 8. John F. Shelley 536 Octavia St San Francisco therefrom from and after the date 9. A. L. Nelson Fortuna hereof and during all times and sea- 10. Ivan C. Sperbeck 330 Eve St Marysville sons until such time as new legisla- 11. Frances Carr 2005 Court St Redding Uon is enacted by the State Logisla. 12. William J. Fitzgerald 239 Folsom Road, Roseville turc or by further or other order of 13. Frank H. Buck Vacavillo the Director of Natural Resources. 14. Robert A. Zarick 916 N Street, Sacramento NORTH FORK FEATHER 15. Mrs. George J. Knox 1755 Jackson Street, San FranciscoRIVER for a distance of one- 16. Edward H. Heller 2020 Jackson St San Francisco quarter mile upstream and one- 17. V~llltam M. Malone 1 Gabilan Way, San Francisco quarter mile downstream from 18. Alexander Watchman 2083 Twentieth Ave San Franciscothe Junction of said river with 19. Allen J. Moore 3365 Herrier St Oakland Mosquito Creek in Sec. 33, T. 20. John L. Garaventa Box 337, Concord 26 N, R 7 E, M. D. B. & M and 21. Max Radin 2683 Buena Vista Way, Berkeley as posted by the Division of 22. J. Stitt Wilson 1745 Highland Place, Berkeley Fish and Game, to be closed 23. Clyde C. P, edwine 339 Loreto St Mountain View from the 1st day of May to and 24. Donald R. Younger P. O. Box 1000, Santa Cruz including the 30th day of June, 25. J. C. Garrison ~ Route 1, Box 1826, l~odesto both dates inclusive, each and 26. Hugh M. Burns 3307 Huntington St Fresnoevery year hereafter until fur- 27. Courtney McCracken Woodlake ther order or other legislation 28. J. James Hollister Gaviota as aforesaid. 29. Elmer E. Lore 6304 Radford Ave North Hollywood MOSQUITO CREEK for a 30. John C. Packard 901 North Gainsborough Drive, Pasadenadistance of one-mile upstream 31. H. Jerry Voorhis End of Valley Center St San Dimas from its junction with the 32. Chester E. Holifteld 500 South Montebello Boulevard, Montebello North Fork Feather River in 33. John Anson Ford 1556 North Mariposa Avenue, Los Angeles Sac. 33, T. 26 N R. 7 E M. D. 34. J. Frank Burke 4301 Parrs Avenue, Los Angeles B. & M and as posted by the 35. Thomas F. Ford 940 North Benton Way, LOs Angeles Division of Fish and Game, all 36. Augustus F. Hawkins 719 East Forty-third Place, Los Angeles of said waters lying in Sees. 37. Mrs. Margaret K. Workman 678 South Lorraine Blvd Los Angeles 38. Melvyn Douglas 7141 Senalda Road, Los Angeles 28 and 33, T. 26 IN' R. 7 E M. D. B. & M. 39. J. Ray Files 10711 LeConte St LOs Angeles It is further ordered that in addt- 40. W. S. Van Dyke 334 South Bundy Drive, W~est Los Angeles hen to the publication of this or- 41. Lee E. Geyer 1126 Gardena Boulevard, Gardena Ocr as provided for by Section 631 42. Cecil King 1152 West Eighty-eighth St Los Angeles of the Fish and Game Code, State 43. Paul Peek 605 Cedar Ave Long Beach 44. Dr. Francis Hertzog 267 Mira Mar Street, Long Beach ' 45. Harry R. Sheppard' Yucaipa Boulevad, Yucaipal 46. B. Z. McKtnney 119 N~neteenth St. S,anta Aria 47. Ed V. Izac 5380 E1 CaJon Boulevard, San Diego 48. Mark M. Rose R. F. D Holtville End of Group RE~Y Candidates Preferring t JERROLD L. SEAWELL i 1. Bradford M. Melvin 125 Baywood Avenue, Hillsborough 2. Ruth Comfort Mitchell Young Box 339, Los Gates I, Culbert L. Olson, Governor, do 3. Leo E. Anderson 1555 ~Charlton Road, San Marine hereby ~i~,e my consent to the 4. Edith W. Van deWater 4130 Chestnut St Long Beach above and foregoing order. 5. Charles M. Mannon Uklah CULBERT L. OLSON. 6. Robert A. Peers Colfax LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 7. Arthur B. Eddy 710 First St Woodland 8. Walter McGovern 2750 Fulton St San Francisco 9. JuPa F. Bode 29 Lakewood Avenue, San Flancisco NOTICE TO CRF~|)ITORS 10. William F. Knowland 806 Grand St Alameda No. 2284 11. Jessie S. Williamson 2816 Oak Knoll Terrace, Berkeley 12. F. E. Dayton 531 South Main St Salinas Tn the Superior Court of the 13. Gilbert H. Jertberg 4209 Wilson Ave Fresno State of C.ltfornia, in and for the 14. C. L. Preisker 1009 South Broadway, Santa Maria Counlty of Phunas. 15. Wqlis Sargent 830 Old Mill Road, Pasadena 16. Lee T. Bashore 250 Live Oak, Glendora In the Mstt~r of tim Estate of 17. L. D. Galloway 2275 Ben Lomond Drive, LOs Angeles EDWARD SNELL, also known as 18. William D. Campbell 22 Chester Place, LOs Angeles DR. EDWARD SNELL, Deceased. 19. Olivia M. Redwine 1414 North Genessee St Hollywood, Los Angeles NOTICE ~S HERDBY GIVEN by 20. Luther C. Anderson 10428 Wyton Drive, West Los Angeles the undersigned, Adminlstratrlx 21. Clifton A. Hix -~ Rolling Hills 22. Frank F. Merriam 20 Lindero Ave Long Beach 23. Charles E. Brouse 4202 Eighth St Riverside 24. F. T. Cook Box 156, Westmorland 25. Harry Lutgens Highland Ave San Rafael 12. Dee Martin 618 Buekthorne St Inglewood 215. Char'les H. Segerstrom 1 Church St Sonora 13. Raymond D. Fritz 3423 ~Iarathon St Los Angeles 14. Johr~ N. Dew 828~ No. Lafayette Park PI Los Angeles 27. Virgil Chapman 916 Grove St North Sacramento 28. Arthur B. Dunne 2090 ValleJo St San Francisco 15. Dr. Wolf Adler 1156 North Vermont St Los Angeles 29. Frank J. Perry ' 2179 Twenty-first Ave San Francisco 16. Edwin H. Brush J 2047 South San Joaquin St Stockton 30. Thomas M. Carlson 485 Carlston Ave Richmond 17. Rollln A. Plunkett 633 Valley View Street, Norco 31. James H. Phillips 27 Contra Costa Place, Oakland; 18. David Robert Mowrey 313 Virginia Ave Modesto 32. Worth A. Brown CapitolaI 19. Grace Catching Brown Route 3, Box 113, Madera 33. Gertrude Collins 1107 R Street, Fresno 20. Percy A. Donaldson 329 West Ortega Street, Santa Barbara 34. Winifred Switzer 616 West Myrtle St Visalia 21. Andrew J. Nash Box 402, Ltndsay 35. Mrs. Saydee A. Hoopes 360 Ivy St Glendale 22. James L. McDill 1620 Twelfth Street, Sacramento 36. Preston Hotchkis 1415 Circle Drive, San Marine 23. Phil S. Andrews Box 422, Roseville 37. Julius C. Knoblauch 7129 Seville, Huntington Park 24. Clair Stoner R. F. D. No. 1, Gerber 38. John G. Mott 2629 Portland St Los Angeles 25. J. C. Bolster 35 Lighthouse Ave Santa Cruz 39. Betty H~ll 1655 West Thirty-Seventh Place, Los Angeles 26. Mary Patrieta Fry 255 Grand Boulevard. San Marco 40. Michael F. Shannon 4311 Victoria Park Drive, Los Angeies 27. Dr. Clarence E. Roamer 2176 Garnet St Pacific Beach 41. Adele Arbo 1412 West l~inety.third St Los Angeles 28. F. Miles Nagel 4509 Contour Boulevard, San Diego 42. Gladys O'Donnell 1716 East First St Long Beach 29. C. Alec Staubus 1595 L6cust Avenue, Long Beach 43. Justus F. Craemer 552 East Palmyra Avenue, Orang~, 30. Edward N. Stone 10414 Orange Avenue, South Gate'44. Kathryn T. Niehouse 4889 Bancroft St San Diego 31. Arthur J. W'lliams 220 VTest 106th St Los Angeles End of Group 32. Edward E. Oliver 635 West Sixtieth St Los Angeles Notice is also hereby given that at the presidential primary the 33. Parley A. Hall 715 East Third Street, Pomona polls will be open from the hour of 6 o'clock a. m. to the hour of 7 34. Alvah W. McDonald 542 Rose Avenue, Venice o'clock p. m. on the day thereof, and that during those hours the else- 35. John H. Hammond 218 Jackson St Glendale tion will be held at the legally designated polling places in each precinct 36. Mrs. Nettte S. Riherd 496 Flgueroa Drive, Altadena in the county, which are as follows: 37. Ralph M. Welch 441 South Cummings St Los Angeles Prreelnct Polling Place 38. Wm. J. W'chersheim 145 West Whiting St Fullerton 39. Thomas Crawford West Street, Cloverdale 40. George R. Edwards 501 "A" St Santa Rosa 41. Lt. Col. Edward Parfit 172 Jordan Ave San Francisco 42. Steve Merrill 480 Pine Street, San Francisco 43. Bruce H. Rutherford 435 Steiner St San Francisco 44. Jess Lanning 2694 Eighteenth Avenue, San Francisco 45. John S. Qu:gley 7736 Nay Ave Oakland 46. Arthur P. Sullivan 3226 Georgia St Oakland 47. Harvey Howard 927 Myrtle St:, Oakland 48. Hildor E. Ringholm 2210 Derby St Berkeley End of Group Candidates Preferring ELLIS E. PATTERSON I. Mrs. Fav E. Allen 619 East Thirty-seventh St Los Angeles 2. Philip M. Connelly 3546 Dahlia Ave Los Angeles 3. Ralph C. Dills 1505 North Spring St Comp.toll 4. ~rs. Chelene V. Eckerson 1231 West Seventy-seventh St Los Angeles | 5. Carey McWqliams 4047 Berryman Ave Culver City| 6. Mrs. Elsie Oberwitte 7000 Hemlock St Oakland | 7. Richard S. Otto 12755 Hortense St North Hollywood ] 8. John Stewart 513 Alameda St ValleJo 9. Clara St. Peter Care--Crannell Stage, Eureka 10. Frederick Thompson Helens Lane, Mill Valley 11. Roscoe Miner Gold Street, Columbia, 12. Henry H. Caldwell Sonora 13. Mrs. Mildred Carson 428 East Poplar Street, Stockton 15. Leigh Athearn 957 Union Street, San Francisco Mrs. MarJ0rie January 1250 Vallejo St San Francisco Don Marquis Chase 1389 Nineteenth Ave San Francisco Germain J. Bulcke 1595 Thomas Ave San Francisco ~iss Bessie Keller 3014 Twenty.second Ave Oakland Harvev I. Jones -" 3626 East Twelfth St Oakland Gee. E. Newman ' 1129 Blake St Berkeley Stanley BoRon 856 The Alameda, Berkeley Dated this 9th day of April, 1940. Sibyl Hanchett 146 South Tenth St San Jose Ray Howell Carmel Avenue, Los Altos Fx esno George H. Sciaroni Van Ness Boulevard, Publish April 18-25, 1940. Beckwourth School House Belden School House Caribou Chester o;i -llllllilllllli-YY - lllllllllll Club House Gymnasium Chester South Library Clairville School House Clio Machomich Hotel Crescent Mills School House Cromberg Sloat School House Geneses Hosselkus Store Greenville East High School Gym. Room Greenville West Town Hall Johnsville School House Keddie Keddie Store La Porte School House Mohawk Graeagle Club House Pioneer School House Portola East Fire Hall Portola West I. O. O. F. Hall Portola South High School Gym. Room Portola North East Harris Home Portola North West Memorial Hedl Quincy East Masonic HalI Quincy West Memorial Hall Quincy North American Legion Hall Seneca School House Spanish Ranch Philomatheon Hall Spring Garden School House Storrte Club House Summit Donnelly's Store Taylorsville Town Hall Twain Gray's Flat School House Walkermine School House JOHN DONNENWIRTH, County Clerk of the County of Plumas, State of California. w:th the will annexed of the Estate cf Edward Snell, also known as Dr. Edward Snell, deceased, to the creditors of and all persona having c:aims against the said deceased, to file them, with the necemu~ry vouchers, within six months after tim first publication of this notice, in the office of the Clerk of th(.- Superior Court of the State of (~alifornla, in and for the County of Plumas, or to exhibit such claims, with the necessary vouch- ers, within six months after the first publication of this notice to the said Administratrix at her res- idence at the corner of Pine and Church Streets, in the Town of C reenville, State of California, v/bich said residence the under- signed selects as her place of busi- ness in all matters connected with said Estate of Edward Snell, also k,own as Dr. Edward Snell, de- c~ ased. Dated this 4th day of April, 1940. JOSEPHINE OTIS SNELL, Administratrix with the Will An- nexed of the Estate ox Edward Snell, also known as Dr. Ed- ward Snell, deceased. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT NOTICE TO CRF-J)ITOR8 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Plumas. In the matter of the Estate of J. C. SEALIGHT, deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned, Thomas E. Lee, administrator of the estate of J. C. Sealight, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased~ that within six months after the first publication of this notice, they elther file them with the necessary vouchers in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Plumas, or exhibit them with the necessary vouchers to said admin. istrator at the law offices of M.C. o Kerr, Quincy, California, which said office the undersigned selects as his principal place of business for all matters pertaining to said estate. THOMAS E. LEE, Administrator of the Estate of J. C. Seallght, deceased. M. C. KERR, Attorney for said Administrator. Publish April 4-11-18.25; May 2, 1940 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. On and after this date I will not he responsible for any indebtedness contracted by any person other than myself. Dated: Greenville, California, April 11, 1940. (Signed) WILMA BARRIE. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIO On and after this date I will not be responsible for any indebte~Iness contracted by any person other than myself. Dated: Taylorsvllle, California, April 11, 1940. LLOYD WII~ON'. Deposits Insured by The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Washington, D. C. $5000 MAXIMUM INSURANCE FOR EACH DEPOSITOR $5000 We Appreciate Your Account Large or Small INDIAN VALLEY BANK Commercial and Savings GREENVILLE CALIFORNIA General Merchandise Greenville California