War Clipping from Oxnard Press Courier, Sat, Mar 22, 1952.

Clipped from US, California, Oxnard, Oxnard Press Courier, March 22, 1952

John Olivas, 62, f Native Son, City Employe, DiesRosary for John M. Olivas,;fifi0110' siy who died Wednesday at the tl x- county hospital, will he recited r- at. 8 tomorrow night at Rear- a »d don's, Funeral services will be a ‘d |conducted at 9 a.m. Monday atil- the Santa Clara Church. Burial Jwill follow at Santa Clara Ceme-r, ter'-Mr. Olivas, who lived at 139 Enterprise street, had been em-n ployed by the Oxnard Street 1 I Dept, for the past IS years, lie u t was born on West Gonzales road (j in lsss. and was a member of one * of Ventura County's oldest fain- c ilies. Me was a veteran of * World War 1 and a member of c h the American Legion. The I.e- s jgion will be in charge of grave- lt;I side services. JHe leaves two sons. Frank and c I Henry of Oxnard; two step-sons.! Carlos Nahera of El Centro and 1 Robert Nahera of Mexico; a step- ( j daughter, Mrs. Nellie Ledesma c| of Calexico: a brother. Joseph t| Olivas of Oxnard; two sisters.; Mrs. Ramona Real of Oxnard lt;f and Mrs. Anita Migueiiz of Ox- I i nard; and 13 grandchildren. 1