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Y II, 1944 PAGE TH R PROVEN RECORD OF IMPARTIAL LAW ENFORCEMENT OF RACE, COLOR OR CREED RETAIN DISTRICT ATTORNEY FRED N. HOWSER Stating his conviction that Fred N. Howser is an efficient executive that Chewing gum is he/ping to relieve nervous tension d pleasan for millions, ter Complete Selection of BIRTHDA Y CA Island Pharmacy A service and work that will be appreciated by the customer and also be a recommendation to your.friends Suit The Tailor SUMNER AVENUE ,te stocR ,- apparel I. experts list three Ires in ordinary com- ;traw, clothing, rub- combustable mat- Re, kerosene, oils; dangerous labor, Soviet what they method of obtain- sifying coal under- "All the informa:ion I have shows that the office of INstrict Attorney under Fred N. Howser is efficiently operated. His staff of attorneys handle cases in a lawyer-like fashion. There is every indication that Fred N. Howser i~ proving a good execu- tive. The office is running smoothly, there is an atmosphere of.cooperation, morale is high, and there is a feeling 115 Phone Marilla s, N C E ' 9 O 7 60 the office handles cases in a true, lawyer-like fashion and that no in- dividua! or group has no control what- soever over the department, James L. f ~.~ Beebe, prominent attorney and former ', PHONE; AVA'ON 242 PHONE RICHMOND iS17| if!I President of the Chamber of Corn- I AVAI.ON. CALIF. 1719 6O. FLOWSn UT. mcrce has endorsed Howscr to, be re- t.os ANGS~S i RAY C. WALL, REPRESENTATIVE OF ( rained in office. His statem:nt fol. lows: OVERHOLTZER, Inc. "I endorse Fred N Howser and recommend that he be retained as Dis- FUNERAL DIRECTOR trict Attorney of Los Angeles County." 0 SPORTLAND 513 CrescentOTHER AMUSEMENTS m.o u,I of mutual confidence upon the part of ~:,~.:~:~:4~,~ ~ '~.~.~.~~~.~ ~.~.t~.~NIE~ ~I everyone. ~ KODAK FINISHING ISLAND VIEWS "From the facts reported to me, I ~ Our Motto--"Quality and Service' cannot help but approve of Fred N. .~ ~owr o~ ~tt~o~ ~ i i He has accomplished a great deal in the 14 months he has held off:,:e. His outk~ok is forward ana ~:onstructive, he has an excellent grasp of our local problems, and his first concern seems .~ F.A. JOHNSON :--: A.M. PERKINS to be crime prevention rather than ~ Successors to .:~ prosecutions. Certainly there is noth- PETE vd REYES, PHOTOGRAPHER ing to gain by changing D~strict At- .j~ .'" torneys now when there is a good ~ Portraits, Identification, Passports, Commercial, Press man on the job." ~ 702 CRESCENT AVENUE TELEPHONE'ELFpI-InNI: Aea i 1454 " : --ON TO VICTORY-- ~ BONELLI AGGRESSIVE ~.2.~: 7". : ~]lNtil~.~.~Hflt~.: ~.: ~ -:.-:-.::: : CHAMPION OF AMERICANISM Ahhongh his campaign directors al- ways have been confident of success, an overwhehning up-swing in favor of William G. Bonelli's candidacy for the United States Senate is indicated by the unusually large number of organ- izations and individual endorsements received by him during the past few days. The State Board of Equalization member unquestionably has struck a responsive chord in the hearts of the voters by his consistent and aggres- sive championship of Americanism as opposed to partyism. Pledges of loy- alty and support, beyond the most op- timistic expectations of his campaign advisors, have been received from groups and individuals heretofore con- sidered firmly entrenched ira either Republican or Democratic strong- holds. Bonelli's courage in upholding Americanism against any and all other s:andards of citizenship has rallied them to his cause because they recog- nize in him, they would have a senator from California who was capable, sound thinking and had unwavering ideals. In his present official capacity his proved fairness and integrity wi:h everyone who has had business with the State Board of Equalization has convinced all classes of taxpayers that their interests have been safe in his hand and that he is a real authority on problems of taxation. The situation, as the campaign swings into its final fortlaight, indi- cates that Bonelli has considerable better than an even chance to win the nominations of both parties and of? achieving victory at the primary dec--. tion, May 16. ----ON TO VICTORY Conies of America are rodents, but conics of the Old World are structur- ally very different, although outwardly" the two animals look similar. . lit :it in the eighteenth century scientists began writing simply, for the lay pub- lic ;Latin was aboudoned by many scientific writers; and many ehildrens books on physics, motion, water, fire. vision and the like, ran into several~ editions.