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   Appeal-Democrat (Newspaper) - February 23, 1959, Marysville, California                               Aopesl Democrat SHerwood 2 6491 Marvsvllle Yuba City, California Monday February 23, 1959 Expert Questions Milk's Value For 'Grown Humans'-Cites Kidney Stones 'Sub-Standard' Housing Hit 105 ANC HIS tJ.lM-1 w I- Joluiw 1 due (tin ii[ Hit Di nvt'i (Olo) HOUMIWJ Alilliuiilj liuUv told Hie Nilii'inl (oLini.il of (in ish tli.il iiiilluni Miti d 'mnii s piv-inllv uur nu unit (i in Iho Unitid SI.lit1-. nnii.lt to [he ".limit tl tins rli'iti "Gaud huMiik, u i Clllo I1" lilt llll our ilomcMii sin.ml il s 1 II 11 1 cclli-nt jxnlil (IOIH uliuli In si i t Johns HI in t s toi dclivtrv ti tin nlk'iwiins tin (in1 comentioti wliuli lliis viai mat Its the loth inmvnsiiy sml th.it every stum in n iDintiumily HUM in tmiinlil In bcni tu nd nt ikiiiif Mum nn r Tin lilt til ot sin us is ,11 ItifT in illilusl in.tv Ann in in i ily tOCl.lJ tilt1 LllsL LSI Was m llu nnd-iOs out HiihiHUl wuil must Arm i n m cities scemrd imlilli'unl ni liind ttie limes in thru ittiluilts ton aid slums biitlu .ukktl EC iLiic sonic AMI ui in nlics ui n migntfitiriU job in i n is Up to thoil U'siioLisIbi lilies to tiic lull extent ut thoir imamul ability 1 New Haven Nnuuk, New Yoik, Philadelphia, iNoiIolk Wish- ville St Loms Clivcljnd .md Cilif, a i! tjujiul ol SAN ftUNCISCO milk is tlio Ideal [uud toi little tows iucoulinc to 11 Uulvciiitv of dtliCui mil [iliysidnii hut lie sniit SumUiy 'it is piob.tbly no (01 crown liuiiiiins nt nil Hi IVIK 0 Kolli jKslstunt tlU uilui ot llu; UC Mctuhulli. 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IStlUDlNC 111 the unilorlylni: fcf in nnd to tho O3d Lotmiy to lylnr: Iti ttlo tintimlntlvji lUCUliitlt ullll oil tllo uniUrljInit ILI In tind to Unit giorllon ol Ilii i stiitr lilKliwiiv fldjucnl istcrty rmm Ilio da jcrllmt naut.1 of Iniid Till It (.FROM thotl lints ItKiKor iloirlbi.il In irr I iln to t L i lloic ATII! r loil J Jl llnlcil Uttabur 9 19SO OLlolitr Ifi IJjD Lt 91 11 77 ill Otflclnl of ['hiircoinli iml ISi Alltn II Mad crick iiii] 1 onorn 1 rodcrkk dnlmL 3 1UJO im-OiiUil AUKint ID IJjO ul Pine 107 In Book 374 gild OKIUal Uoi-onls heroin convened ion jj more or in nil Mint pdL-L In llic OKlAtlnR tainv ay (II I Ion In Mil to Ihis ttt nLo to matto tot tlio pm n nd ncljjiocnl pllbll luitl untl tho xrinloi hcicb lllMl tU tllQ KTIITttCt uny and nil rljrhtd Inclu uct n purlon ml to Krjinl j nnlnlnff ]rOTicil> In tittiJ to inld frail Ivnl II oil idj iccnt publli, ronil I'HOVID tp thnt sui.li trninSnlnH piop ulv 11 j Nut uiion nnd hive a 1 lurcl uiflcr uiovltkili ID juild public rnni Iwlikk vlll bi onintctLiI la tlie onlv a( inch polnlf nji mny LD 111 bv piiblLL l ulliorlly lliu s Id L khl o! UCCCIH to AAlu ?Ulllli hiribv oxpiujiHly liniLlca it i (11 (il (71 19) HO) ncl thu NurihiriMtvrly (cat o Conrrjt. FLH 9old Oouriwi heroin Lbnli IlLStrllHiil J'ho F r h rtlui unclcrJitnnafl Lhn tin i mi in Inttntion or llu trainee I tu inil jiiulnlnln H Vllblk on tin LnntliT in fe nil the fur Miiiinlf hlfl flue mitt hereby unlvim nn IDI nny ind nil iJumnKQi I jcmciLnLpjV propcrtv, tonlifj 1DU nporty hLicnv cunvcynd liy rot Hon n( [ha lEani conalruLlion Innt ui iilntr rr miHtonnncc1 of inld hlithwni vouci1; is r uHniLn GIVEN ibit n Interested nttunil laid hear Jri, ul be hct rd JtY OKDPIt (f UlC nounl at Suinrvli! of tht, Launly of Yubh of Lai Ihll LHtll ttay of Kobniaryj IKE Alinil LLWII V (oiinty Cltrli iinil Tx-OIftclo Ctotli tha lio ird nf finporvlfloni >cb IB 19 W 33 21-Gl (Illlv 1 IIIH S! L nloi Li tilt If you want the finest canister cleaner you can own...we've got a real buy for you! has cut the price on this new Hoover IT'S NOW JUST your to save! in, tee alt the work- laving features We Soil We Trade Service We Deliver 59 YCUA CITV 546 Second St. GKIDLKY J012 St. Constitution Renovated LtiMirv llnnr CiniHtltllttnii in tlrvdnitc (rltfil) In Niw imrl Vtt., hfllnro ronoviitlon. Uhilne an liirllnwl iitunr, will soicr nnd ntliMiitu n imtmd, unit of the Hlilli'n suiiorstnu.tiiro, 'Tlili nlll ulluu ud tl It Id n nl In tint mtiilurnlruil ililj) fSlntir Hhlji S S. Imln- nlll IH> iLltisrwPslm- i Hlt-lit-Hm'k )iih nlll inmt for Mich shin Weekend Fires Kill 36 In US United PKM latenmHonnl Twenty-seven fiom killed during Old observation lounge replaced by solarium on sports deck. Entire 160-ton two-deck unit 0 (b ndgf, officers' quarters, other facilities) moved 21 Ufiboati raited on a deck higher to permit wi- I a r g e m c n t of play deck area. Gap filled by 4 new suites, new on sun deck and 38 new promenade deck. First Evening Shows Tonight For Channel 6 Cdncitionnl Television' Sta- tion KVIC-Chaimci 6 will beg n telecast tonight, John Cmbbe. onciHl miinngci nnnouncod The stations leenlai nighltimQ S 30 to 9 o clock Monday llirough Fnctay schedule nlll undei- tonisht In addition em ly i'i Mnrah. the channel will begin m-school trlecflsits Toi pi imai; and secondary Kiades Special progioms Coi -school studenis will bo anod as prut Of Iho eve- ning schedule Ciabbe Channel 6 will go on the nit tonight with a loaned microwave ielay It ex- pects to Bd Its slioiiKer a few duvs and nt- tci lluil reception should impiovc Ciabbe said week the station will be- gin televising two 15-week col- Witnesses Plan Special Week A week of (.pedal activities has been planned by the Yubu Cily ol Jehovah s Wit- riLsses in honor of tlio semi-an- nual of Circuit Supervisor Dwighl R Hinklc The ovonls will btBin with si ftltnistiy tiamiiic school lomni- low at T !0 pm All prof-rams will be at Klngilom Hall 728 rorbes Avc Yuba City Wliuhnp up the week will hn nn afteinoon meeting Sundaj Wedii cud ay through Hinkle will join minister lioni tlio area conRrcRatlon in calhnf; on the Yuba City residents in a home missionary set vice The fcatuicd speakei on the SatLliday progiam, befiinnins at 8 pm with a Bible pei- lod lor iLidlcnec paitlclpalion on 'New ThinRs Leaincd will lie followed by 30-miniite dhcouisc by Hinkle He discuss mlnl- jftenai pitifalcms and "leachrtig Chiistians how to cany out peace nnd unity Hmklc will deliver the princi- pal addiost, of thp week nt 3 p m Sunday when ha gives a public talk IK Love PiaUlcal Among the Nations m oin Time' The congieEntion Bible study ot the Wfilchtowei ninjUulne and final icmarks will conclude the weeks activity csLcnwan Toi wllcli. i iii ions callcgti. umung Uioni 1'iiba CallcRc -will offei ciariit Di Donald A llacDoURHll so- Wiil scierct.1 division chanman .it Arneiic. n Rivci College In Sac- timonlo will tc ell a (.ollrsp in Unilccl Slaffs histoiv Mondays nnd ftym 8 JO to prn 1'iillln nt Di Julm S ll.itippil, assistant [iiufcssni nt Stxiidiiiietito State Col lego ti ich .in upper division uoimc m pohllLiil n'PORi aphy Tucv d.iys and Tlmisdajs iiom S JO to 1 pm Opening itliLdulo lot tllL station Innighl ivill ho It has boon estimated that 21009- 000 Amoiiuans play the piano Give A lasting gift to your friends in the hospital GIVE! of Itnly "Only a Ijce can tell the difference Chns, TIM B17 Bth St. Ph. Stl S-7351 Social Workers To Meet Tonight Doia Bltiset, [ion the Ciico IVfentnl Hygiene Clinic staff, will be the BUtM spuiikci tnnlght nt the robuiarj nnSBting oil thhc Butlc-YdhtL-iuL'tci Chup- toi ol the California Social Wot k- The mcuhnf; will be IHil ni 7 15 pm ill Iho hotw (Of Mis Mice Giay. 760 Lust ,NinUi SI Chico Mils Bliisf'i tpccnlly visited jn Auslidliu nnd Vcw Zcala id and will talk on ttin social soivlcos available in thotc coiinliios CS- WO mcmlicis iCCenlly wcie in New Oilcun1! foi the Maidi Gias wil! tell of Iheir nssiistinf; Mis Gtiiy will be Mis Alice Andsison and Mis Maria Tinkci Bond members and chaumon will meet tit 5 30 pm fo a dl- mocliii; it Kens Bioctcl- wny ct, tllrei Inr mid i ntivv vicu- {troHlihint of Hunt uiirl ItlllUBlrlCH, will IHllllLlplltB In tlif Hth nnniuil PouLli Day 11 nil Clinic to lio hold at the tJulvurnlty tit Ortllfornln'n Dn- next hiitunliiy, Ho Ix'cn i iiniornail w 11 li finnvcr Dpflrittlons and rela- tions lor thn UNFINISHED FURNITURE of all made to you: specifications 'Jink Topi Fnctorv ti) ynii at RUCKER'S Uu finished Fllniituro I'll, SH 614 Ornj Vlibn City 'i Note1? on music h Hi-Sing 6 Giant (both ehil UK weekend In a cross country rash ot (ires A United count slion'Gd at least Dfl pcrsonN ,n all died in Tires The most disastrous oc- curred nntlier latr and Saturday ho seven children died when flames destroyed' their Intir-room Iinme house nt Crystal City. Tcv Firemen said the liclicvrd tused by a wood stove In the spread so lapidly Hint the house was 'burring llkn pnper when they airlvcd MLR Sotcro hci uhjldrer wore nic bodies ol mid one ol lound on the kitthon tlooi The other six i-hild ren died In tlicn beds children of and Mi s. Mis ThotiRh it was built In 179T, the assachusetts capllol Is known as llic "new' Stale House to dlfitln- i-ih it fiom the old" State House, built In 1713 and still stand- ing nn Washington stiert, Boston ANNUAL KLBCTION or HCHOOL TUUHTEIflf NOtJCK ollot In hmbi xivin (htl in Kltctlwi of Scliool will be hold In tuch Bcboo) dlrtrlcl In Vuho Counur. Tutmliy Mny 10 'TtH polli tli.ll ojiw Ml Hi the biHir nml ttcul nptn nt until thQ tump hour in wvrt 1hf jflln jit In it preceding gmeril :lon fxccpt Ihnt In elementary joliiliinct ilm Iwf the Avcjtf ytu o( llinn llle KPvrmlpil rtiaj tivJdit Ihnl the polli chkll ml IH opcniy. II o clock n m nor rlinwl liprori 7 d'elock v in. jin4 he kept aprn for j not LCM thftn iiLn conMcutlYC hourij Kdu ctllnn Cixlp Mellon L8H palling In CACh ichool _...... will tip. opened m 1 09 P M md clnitd 7 M PM in I he In DlNlilcl Ui'g iiplli will bp. open from 7 no A m 10 T  M P M CtlTIPloni lllc Srliool I OH P M 10 M M Cordui !ii hoil 1 (IP I' M W r TO I1 M IJ M I' P M PM, PM Alklp. Scln RCIIDDI School Anther Ln lildp flcm school i IK] p 10 oo Fill Uli hiliinj T WJ A M In 7 W) tuolhlil Ln nld Hiownx Valk; t W f M to T 00 rnillldnd Union Ijiino Ilki i tu j' M to j pn llmiiomllle Sclivo! UndH itwo tioIIlPE 7 tn A M to 7 M 1 vljml 2 Allrli school 1 HO t1 M 10 7 00 Oienon HPUM SPhool I IK P M In W I tin and Dution Sin Prcclnrl Sn 3 DlntlHcl II) Com muni IV Hall Union lliirli Dlilricti Union llliilh PlumjiE bihoil MM 6 TV Ski Sohooi (local, live 111 lUll) 7 The felloi PnulinK Debate (film ftl widely discussed debate two top sciences, Dr Ed- waul Teller and Dr Ljnus Paul i ig about the effects of nucleoi fallout Bruce The lourtli child, Vlcki, 10 wan injured critically when she jumped trom a second floor win- dow Another fire Sundiy killed two youngsters aged 1 and 2 nt their home if Shirley, Mass neiir Fort Devons where their latlier, spec- ialist "i-C Richard L Chnstman, stationed LA Blasw! A Los Angeles lire blnmcd on n cigatelte destroyed the home IMPORTANT! Section 1H6 ol tbl catlnit Code ithtet In acbool Irici irovoinlnij board inernbei election any rtflldent nf dlrtricl wbi> la AT the HIM! who In registered In ji general precinct wnilly ir lljilly within......... 8 ili-i lUfic Talk by Chnlon Gnlricn, Juboi philosopher and fai met lied of the Hai-vard Trade Union Program S The Indopendent Mr Jcl- fei son Drnnm CaiTnen Gomez who helplessly us lircmcn of Mis watched battled (he tlnmcs in a futile of- foil to   M, IMO It the diy nr the offlcar or biird conduclLna Ihc elecllin to receive ABSFNT BALLOTS doclLon rtlurni will be cinvRiml Hie Vi lia Co nly Supprlnteno'en! ftt II llll orriee Street MnnsvUlr 1919, it 3 go A M lion locilrd II 8H Fridiy, Miy Mucillon Code April ID. il'a OIK! 14 ilmlli rtaliM Includcil) ippllciUon In urlilna De made in Robert J WAiinle Vubi County Superintendent o( Sthoon jit r Street. Miniville, (or nb Mnt __ Murch ler I he Itnllil' ji ihf tml day rfili 10 vnlc m Ihd elKllin Eftucnllon Code Tormn uhlcli to (Lit DECLA11A> or CAS'DlDArY mil bf olilninni at Ihp office of DIP Yi ba ciunly Supfr Inlentlenl if (II F "ilini- illle DAled Februnn 17 IP1) HOBLRT'J WAPPU! Byi Robert J Yubn County fldperlntefltt'M of Sctioola Pub FPh 21 Mm lll-JI adi Bar M M. IflJWPM. ig on A M to T go t> M. Vubl FfHllier Lo School 1 M P V to 7iM P W, Mm JMiltni f W A Hi M P M. Precinct No I Haryiittle Llem Srhool fijra 619 (I "Mreti Muni! prvrinct Vo 1 L McKenney Senonl Ulirity and tfuilon sti Miiljnlld Trecinci No 3 nJhtrici In Lnlon Hicli All ai IMptf ilxn- txcppl PlJinai aiuf All M Hi'M itxnt riumif and Vubt Cotlrtf All pilllnv plAcei lilted alMie All Hftotf April 17, IMS Ii llw lait ilty tor cwnqldeiv to 11> kith HIP county juiperift- trtndenl of kctimli bli op CANDIDACY 21 IMS ii tht Inal dny ror officer ir bomd LonductltijE the electlpft rtcdvo AUhEM BAIJJJTS Thr elecllnn reiorna ulll canvaite't bv Ilie Vufai County superinlendtnl nF BchoolJt at lili ifllu locnled il tu f jiLiTtt, MaryHillIt, on Friday, May %9, 19S9 it lion A M Uuciliin CM  BOARD OI  I] rub Ffti u Mar riiiv Nineteen hundred and fifty-oifht was nn oufnlnnding year of growth and service for Western and Southern Assets in uxccnn of million reuihed an all-time high. This amount represents an increase during the ycnr of more Ihttn M5 million Total insurance in force S'l 5 billion Thu wag an increase for lite year of more than million. Now with offices on both your Cornpnny proud to report a further exlandon of ils opera done A new modern Home Office building oponed. Over Western and Southern men and women pledged to a common goal co-ordinate their at thu Home Office in Cincinnati and in our Regional Offictc in Philadelphia, Ajhtvilk, St and Lot AngdcB and in 300 Solei and throughout the country. The rccotJ achieved in 1968 ia l tribute to the loyalty and efficiency of the and of the Company. The attained reflect the confidence in the service management of Wentarn and Southern by our more than policy We dedicate our purpoM to the high and which have guided WwWm and Southern through the put 71 WILLIAM c. SAFFORD Prttidtnt ANNUAL STATEMENT December ASSETS United Slates Gowmmefit It Muniapal and COfpOialion Stocks KlHttijoLomt flround Renls 6) Real Estate Home OffiM trtt Region il Offlcg Proptflln Inmlitienl Policy Loans Cash on Hand and in Baith Accfuw) lutmest anctKonls Ffwnlums In Couiw o( Colltctioii Olfisr Assets 117.SM 17 TOTAL LIAIILITin Stltolery Paltcy Policy ProcefJt ind pividends Left mth Compitiy 17 Dividends !o Po I holders Pi yibli m 195S, Premiums and lirtiresl Paid in Mvinea 4 51 61 Accrued TaxeiPiytblt in 19S9 Escrow AcMiirth and Umllocilrt Fundt ClhtrliatuMiK Stcunfy Vjluslwn IfOJSKAJ Sptciel Surplus funds Utitssigned Suiplus Tolal Surplw Fiindt TOTAL INCREASE IN ASSETS, INCREASE IN INSUBANCE, INSURANCE IN FORCE; POLICIES IN FORCE, THE WESTERN AND SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY A MUTIMI COMPANY HOME OFFICE: CINCINNATI, OHIO REGIONAL OFFIC3B8 Wtltodeljifiii, ft. AsFwilli, H. C. W. V. Thompson, General Agent 410 Center St., Yuba City Phone: SHerwood S-534fi   

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