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PAGE TWO I WILLIAM G. FOR UNITED STATES ELECTION TUESDAY 16 II CONSISTENT DEPENDABLE CAPABLE Supported and Endorsed by: Southern California Business Men's Association Southern California Retail Druggists Association Southern California Retail Groc- ers Association Southern California Hotel Associ- ation Southern Oaliforma Restaurant As- sociation and 16 affiliated organ- izations Lebanon American Club Hellenic American Democratic Club Chinese American Citizens Alliance ---Los Angeles and San Diego Lodges Lafayette Club o/ Los Angeles Danish American Women's Club ot San Francisco California National Republican Club. Inc and numerous Republican orgauizations California Assembly of Democrats and other Democratic organiza- tions Hollywood Veterans Club Over 2,200 Leading Veterans Over 540 Ministers and Church Leaders Hundreds of Labor Leaders, T~each- ers, Agriculturists, and Profes- sional Men and Women. @ FOR U. S. SENATOR VOTE FOR--- WILLIAM G. BONELL! (Member, State Board of Fxlalization) i THE CATALINA HAUGE BASES CAMPAIGN ~i ON RECORD IN OFFICE ~ ----o llonestv * Fairness * E, Steadily increasing strength in his ~ ",i Coun:v Supervisor Oscar Hauge who,~~ ~j :: represents iclle Fo(lrth District on'the ~' L tk)ard of Supervisors. L " : " " ; " * M ' Sul,ervisor Hauge is ba~ing his Can,- J'* :iiii{i~ii~i!~i!~i~i i~ :iii i~iiiiiiiiiiii:~iiiiii~iii !i}:)s~ : r ]["~ l,a~ign on his fecor t in'office, his rep- ~ ./~i ii!iii il}iii ~i.~iiiiiiiii!iiii ~/ ' utatiou for hon~ty : fairness and"N ~~ii)::'i~ :::::#: @:~f:i ~'.-~ . -"~11 |['~'ll I. I ) economy. Through~ut the time ire has ~ /~.ii~ii ~i~i: i}iiiiii~!{i ~/ l. lJ IJ sm;ed --!fis district, Dr. Hauge has fought for a reduced tax rate~ hi this i.! Bi ~!ii{~~m }!!ii{{ ! ~{! ~~i{{i{ii{ijii ii ,i!!:::, E[ICI1' endeavor he h/ts been successful, the 'i! i!iiiii ~ iiii!ii{!ii!]iii ~!i county tax rate being lowered each year for the past five years. w th ,early all of s Angeles Ni! i J Colmtv's shoreline within his district, -: i::i::~~I '%'::'~i ~i~i'* '~. Supervisor Haugc is. thoroughly con-:: ' ~. ":*~! ~:~s~ vcrsant with beach l)roblems. He has~ II ~g/ I1" been a stron~ advocate of pttblic own ~ crship of beaches and was the first to ~ advocate a master plan of shoreline ~ ~! i i .'~Marked savings in county expendi- tures were brought about by a propos- /1 al advocated by Supervisor Hauge, Tnis was the elinfination of an exoend- ] iture of more than $40,000 annually on fil ii ?LI iI ii I fire insurance premiums carried on the county's fireproof structures. Supervisor Hauge also advocated a fair allotment of gasoline tax funds to cities of the county based tq)on popu- lation and street nfileage basis. This has been brought into being and has received approval of all cities in the county. Thr ugheff rts fSupervis rHauge i P. t I~]JPER~ llS( more than $4,0{~0,000 of county funds has been expended for the reha'bilita- tion of tax delinquen: property in the resen Fourth District through the refinanc ing under county direction of special assessment districts of the FOURTH DISTRICT Valuable support to Supervisor Hauge's candidacy was gained through ~ -, his recent opposition of the Proposal ~ FORMER MAYOR of the City of Long Beach. of the Hearst Sunical Land and Pack- FORMER CHIEF DEPUTY DIRECTOR of the fornia State Department of Finance. HE HAS BEEN YOUR SUPERVISOR for nearly years. ing Corporation to unload 16,420 feet of shoreline on the county which was totally unfit for recreational develop- ment. Although this gained him ~he enmity of special interests seeking to sell this property, his action won him the support of taxpayers who would be called upon to foot the bill. Super- visor Hauge's stand in this matter was supported and based upon views of the Cotmty Department of Recreation and tl~e I)epartment of Parks. Persons interested in the welfare of the aged are supporting Supervisor Hauge because of his fairness in deal- ing with the county's aged aid pro- gram, he having taken a fair and sensible attitude in this activity. Knowing that in the after war per- iod thousands of returned servicemen as well as civilians will be seeking em- ployment, Supervisor Hauge has been a leader in the county's effort .to prepare post-war construction projects in advance so that they can be quick- ly instituted when the time comes. Further service to taxpayers on the part of Supervisor Hauge is now in progress in his endeavor to further decentralize county government so that residents of tile county will not be compelled to travel long distances to transact county business. This pro- gram, now being studied, is expected to be put into operation at a later date and greatly assist taxpayers as well as reduce operating costs of county government --ON TO VICTORY In the past year sulfanilamide has been used in treating 1,023 Indians stff- fering from the eye disease called tra- chorea and the majority h~ve been benefited Migratory service plants, ranging from station wagons to lO-to~t trucks fallow advancing units of America's airplanes on battle duty, ready to di- agnose and repair airplane dama~e. S ~uthern California was connected directly with the midwest and east in 1905 Ill)On tile COml)letion of the Union Pacific line from Salt I ake City to Los Angeles. l'et,t~le wP:h perfect teeth mav not escape pyorrhea a survey of teeth of 3,0{)0 collegc students indicates. DURING THE PERIOD he has served as Su your County tax rate has been reduced five secutive ttmes Oscar Hauge is running on his RECORD OF ICES RENDERED --. NOT ON PROMISES. He was elected four years ago by the VOTE EVER GIVEN A SUPERVISOR IN THE TORY OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY -- 153 09 Primary Election May This Ad sponsored and paid for by friends of su Hauge. If Interested in Avalon ---Read THE CATALINA 301CRESCENT AVENUE TELEPHONE 23S xrlusive (gifts It was Brazil's grant of air bases to us--at the closest point to Africa-- which proved a decisive factor .in our defeat of t{onamel in North Africa. The summit of Pike's Peak in Col- ,r~}do--14,109 feet-- is "he highest l,Omt reached by railroad in the United States.