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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORA TION of STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA Article I. The name of ts is Corporation is STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA. Article 11. Its principal office in the State of Delaware is located at Number 7 West Tenth Street, in the City of Wilmington, County of New Castle. The name and address of its resident aerent is the Corpor ation Trust Company of America, Number 7 West Tenth Street, Wil mington, Delaware. Article 111. The nature of the business of this Corporation and the objects or purposes proposed to be trans acted, promoted or carried on by it are as follows, namely: 1. To buy, exchange, contract for, lease, and in any and all oth er ways, acquire, take, hold and own, and to deal in, sell, mortgage, lease, or otherwise dispose of lands, mining claims, mineral rights, oil wells, gas wells, oil lands, gas lands and other real property, and rights and interests in and to real property, and to manage, operate, maintain, im prove, and develop the said prop erties, and each and all of them. 2. To buy, exchange, contract for, lease, and in any and all oth er ways acquire, take, hold and own, and to sell, mortgage, lease, and otherwise dispose of all rights of way, easements, franchises, and rights thereto, and to deal in the same in every way. 3. To buy, exchange, contract for, lease, and in any and all oth er ways, acquire, take, hold and own personal property of every character and description, and to sell, mortgage, lease and otherwise dispose of the same. 4. To engage in any kind of manufacturing business and to buy, exchange, contract for, lease, construct and otherwise acquire, take, hold and own, and to sell, mortgage, lease or otherwise dis pose of. manufacturing plants, and to manage, operate, maintain, im prove and develop the same. 5. To buy, exchange, construct 1 , contract for, lease and in any and all other ways acquire, take, hold and own refineries for the treat ment of petroleum and other min eral oils and gases; the tanks and other facilities for the stor age thereof; and the manufactur ing plants, works and appurten ances for the pi’oduction, distribu tion and sale of petroleum, oil, gas and of any and all refine ments and by-products thereof; to prospect for oil; to drill oil wells and to develop the same; to re fine crude oil; to improve, main tain, operate and develop, and to sell, mortgage, lease or otherwise dispose of the said properties, and to sell or otherwise dispose of such petroleum, oil, and all refinements and bv-products thereof. 6. To enter into, maintain, op erate or carry on in all its branch es th e business of mining and of drilling, boring and exploring for, producing, refining, treating, dis tilling, manufacturing, handling, and dealing in, buying and selling petroleum, oil, natural gas, as phaltum, bitumen, bituminous rock, and any and all other mineral and hydro-carbon substances, and any and all products or by-products which may be derived from said substances or either of them; and for such or any of such purposes to buy, exchange, contract for, lease and in any and all other ways acquire, take, hold and own, and to sell, mortgage, lease and otherwise dispose of, and to con struct, manage, maintain, deal in and operate mines, refineries, tanks, machinery, wharves, steam, sailing and other vessels or wa ter-craft of every kind, character and description, and otherwise to deal in, operate, establish, carry on, conduct and manatre any and all other property and appli ances that mav in any wise be deemed advisable in connection with the business of the Corpor ation or any branch thereof, or that may be deemed convenient at any time by the Boerd of Direc tors of the Corporation. 7. To buy, exchange, construct, contract for, lease and in any and all other wa;v to acquire, take, hold and own nine lines and tele graph and telephone lines useful or necessary, in the judgment of the officers of this cornoratmn. for its own business, and to im prove, maintain and operate the same, and to *ell, mortgage, lease or otherwise dispose of the same. 8. To manufacture, buy or oth erwise acquire, own, mortgage, sell, assign, transfer or otherwise dispose of. trade and deal in and with goods, warns and merchan dise of every class and descrip tion. 9. To do engineering - and con tracting in the designing, con struction, improvement, extension, maintenance and repair of oil or gas plants, including pipe lines, tanks and other anoliances there to appertaining: also in the open ing, developing and operating of petroleum, gas and oil wells, both for the Corporation and for oth ers. 10. To manufacture, buy, sell and otherwise deal in gas and oil machinery and appliances; also, lumber, stone, brick, steel, iron and other materials in connection with the building, erection, con struction. development, improve ment, extension, maintenance and repair of the properties herein enumerated, both for this Cor poration and for others. 11. To purcbasm exchange, ap propriate or otherwise acquire, take, hold and own and to sell, mortgage, lease, or otherwise dis pose of water rights and water supplies, together with the neces sary pipe lines, reservoirs, dams, ditches and appurtenances useful LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS ! LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS or necessary, in the judgment of the officers of this corporation, for its own business, and to manage, .operate, maintain, improve, extend or develop such water supplies. 12. To buy, exchange, contract for, construct, lease, and in any and all other ways acquire, take, hold and own, and to sell, mort gage, lease and otherwise dispose of transportation line or lines by land or water useful or necessary in the judgment of the officers of this corporation for its own busi ness, and to manage, operate, maintain, improve, extend and de velop the same. 13. To purchase or otherwise acquire the whole or any part of the property, assets, business, good-will and rights and to under take or assume the whole or any part of the bonds, mortgages, franchises, leases, contracts, in debtedness, guaranties, liabilities and obligations of any person, firm, association, corporation or organization, and to pay for the same or any part or combination thereof in cash, shares of the cap ital stock, bonds, debentures, de benture stock, notes and other ob ligations of this Corporation or otherwise, or by undertaking and assuming the whole or any part of the liabilitiess or obligations of the transferror; and to hold or in any manner dispose of the whole or any part of the property and assets so acquired or pur chased, and to conduct in any lawful manner the whole or any part of the business so acquired and to exercise all the powers ne cessary or convenient in and about the conduct, management and carrying on of such busi ness. 14. To borrow money for any of the puposes of this Corporation and to issue bonds, debentures, debenture stock, notes or other obligations therefor, and to secure the same by pledge or mortgage of the whole or any part of the property of this Corporation, whether real or personal, or to issue bonds, debentures, debenture stock, notes or other obligations without any such security. 15. To purchase, apply for, reg ister, obtain or otherwise acquire, and to hold, own, use, operate, de velop and introduce, and sell, lease, assign, pledge or in any manner dispose of and in any manner deal with and contract with reference to letters patent, patents, patent rights, patented processes, designs and similar rights, copyrights, trade-marks, trade-names and similar rights granted by the United States or any other Government or country, or any interest therein, or any in ventions, and to acquire, own. use, or in any manner dispose of any and all inventions, improvements and processes, labels, designs, marks, brands or other rights, and to. work, operate or develop the same. 16. To loan money, to guaran tee, purchase, acquire, exchange, hold, sell, assign; transfer, mort gage, pledge or otherwise dispose of shares of the capital stock of, or any bonds, securities or evi dences of indebtedness created by any corporation or corporations organized under the laws of this State or of any other state, or district, or country and also bonds or evidences of indebtedness of the United States or of any state, territory, dependency, or country or subdivision or municipality thereof, and while the owner thereof to exercise all the rights, powers and privileges of owner ship, including the right to vote thereon. 17. To organize or cause to be organized under the laws of the State of Delaware, or of any oth er state, district, territory, pro vince or government, a corpora tion or corporations for the pur pose of accomplishing any or all of the objects for which this Cor poration is organized, and to dis solve, wind up, liquidate, merge or consolidate any such corpoi’ation or corporations or to cause the same to be dissolved, wound up, liquidated, merged or consolidat ed. 18. To purchase, hold, sell, ex change, or transfer or otherwise deal in shares of its own capital stock, bonds or other obligations from time to time to such an ex tent and in such manner and upon such terms as its Board of Direc tors shall determine; provided that this Corporation shall not use any of its funds or property for the purchase of its own shares of cap ital stock when such use would cause any impairment of the capi tal of this Corporation, and provid ed further, that shares of its own capital stock belonging to this Cor poration shall not be voted upon directly or indirectly. 19. To promote or to aid in any manner, financially or otherwise, any corporation or association of which any stocks, bonds or other evidences of indebtedness or secur ities are held directly or indirectly by this Corporation; and for this purpose to guarantee the contracts, dividends, stocks, bonds, notes and other obligations of such other corporations or associations; and to do any other acts or things de signed to protect, preserve, im prove or enhance the value of such stocks, bonds or other evidences of indebtedness or securities. 20. To act as agent or factor for any person, firm or corporation. 21. To carry on any other law ful business whatsoever which may seem to the Corporation capable of being carried on in connection with the above, or calculated directly or indirectly to promote the interest of the Corporation or to enhance the value of its properties; and to have, enjoy and exercise all the rights, powers and privileges which are now or which may hereafter be conferred upon corporations or ganized under the same statutes as this corporation. 22. To conduct its business (in cluding the holding, purchasing. mortgaging, and conveying of real and personal property) in the State of Delaware, other States, the District of Columbia, the territor ies, colonies and possessions of the United States and in foreign coun tries; and to maintain such offices either within or without the State of Delaware as may be convenient; provided, however, that nothing herein contained shall be deemed to authorize this Corporation to construct, hold, maintain or oper ate within the State of Delaware railroads,’ railways, telegraph or telephone lines, or to carry on within said State any public utility business. The foregoing clauses shall be construed both as objects and pow ers; and the foregoing enumera tion of specific powers shall not be held to limit or restrict in any manner the powers of the Corpora tion; and it is the intention that the purposes, objects and powers specified in each of the paragraphs of this Article Third of this Certi ficate of Incorporation shall, ex cept as otherwise expressly provid ed, in no wise be limited or re stricted by reference to or. infer ence under the terms of any other clause or paragra'ph of this Article or of any other Article of this Cer tificate of Incorporation, but that each of the purposes, objects and powers specified in this Article and each of the Articles or para graph of this Certificate of Incor poration shall be regarded as inde pendent purposes, objects and pow ers. Article IV. The total number of shares au thorized of the Corporation’s capi tal stock is fifteen million (15,- 000,000) and such shares are with out nominal or par value. The shares of capital stock of this Corporation, may be issued by this Corporation from time to time for such consideration as from time to time may be fixed by the Board of Directors of this Corpor ation; and all issued shares of the Capital Stock of this Corporation shall be deemed fully paid and non assessable and the holders of such shares shall not he liable thereun der to fhis Corporation or its credi tors! No stockholder of this Cor poration shall have any preemp tive or preferential right of sub scription to any shares of any stock of this Cor poration, or to any obligations convertible into stock of this Cor poration, or to any obligations con vertible into stock of this Corpor ation, issued or sold, nor any right of subscription to any thereof oth er than such, if any, as the Board of Directors of this Corporation in its discretion from time to time may determine, and at such price as the Board of Directors from time to time may fix, pursuant to the authority hereby conferred by the Certificate of Incorporation of this Corporation, andrthe Board of Directors may issue stock of this Corpoi'ation, or obligations con vertible into stock, without offer ing such issue of stock, either in whole or in part, to th e stockhold ers of this Corporation. The accep tance of stock in this Corporation shall be a waiver of any such pre emptive or preferential right which in the absence of this pro vision might otherwise be assei’t ed by Stockholders of this Corpor ation or any of them. This Corporation shall be enti tled to treat the person in whose name any share is registered as the owner thereof, for all purpos es, and shall not be bound to rec ognize any equitable or other claim to, or interest in, such share on the part of any other person, whether or not the Cor poration shall hav e notice thereof, save as expressly provided by the laws of the State of Delaware. Article V. The number of shares with which this Corporation will con mence business is ten (10) shares without nominal or oar value. Article VI. The names and places of resi dence of each of the original sub scribers to the capital stock of this Corporation are as follows: No. of Shares of Stock Name Residence Subscribed F. T. Smith, San Francisco, California 4 Renato Capocelli, San Francisco California 3 W. F. Hillman, San Francisco California 3 Article VII. The Corporation shall have per petual existence. Article VIII. The private property of the stockholders shall not be subject to the payment of the debts of the Corporation, but shall be exempt from corporate liability. Article IX. The number of Directors of this Corporation shall be fixed and may be altered from time to time as may be provided in th e By-laws. In case of any increase in the number of directors, the addition al directors may be elected by the Board of Directors to hold office until the next annual meeting of the stockholders and until their successors are elected and qualified. In case of vacan cies in the Board of Directors, a majority of the remaining mem bers of the Board may elect Di rectors to fill such vacancies. Any director may, by vote of a ma jority of the directors, for any ?ause deemed by them sufficient, be removed as such director, and any director may also be remov ed by a majority vote of the stockholders entitled to vote at any annual or special meeting thereof, for any cause deemed -efficient tv such meeting. The officers of this Corporation need not be stockholders therein. Article X. In furtherance and not in lim itation of the powers conferred by Statute, the Board of Direc tors is expressly authorized: (a) To make and alter the THE WINSLOW MAIL LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS by-laws of this Corporation, without any action on the part of the stockholders; but the by laws made by th e Directors and the powers so conferred may be altered or repealed by the Directors or stockholders. (b) To fix, determine and vary the amount to be main tained as surplus, and subject to the other provisions and re quirements of this Certificate of Incorporation the amount or amounts to be set apart or re served as working capital. (c) By resolution passed by a majority of the whole Board, to designate three or more of their number to constitute an Executive Committee, which Committee, to the extent* pro vided in said resolution or in the by-laws of this corporation, shall hav e and exercise except when the Board of Directors shall be in session any and all of the powers of the Board of Directors and the management of the business and affairs of this corporation and have pow er to authorize the seal of this Corporation to be affixed to all papers which may require it. (d) To authorize and cause to be executed mortgages and liens without limit as to amount, on the real and per sonal property of this Corpor ation. (e) To sell, exchange, as sign, convey or otherwise dis pose of a part of the property, assets and effects of this Cor- P'.va(i..r less than the whole or less than substantially the whole thereof, on such terms and conditions as they shall deem advisable, without the as sent _of the stockholders in writing or otherwise. (f) With the consent in writing of or pursuant to a vote of, the holders of a ma jority of the number of shares of capital stock issued and out standing to sell, exchange, as sign, transfer and convey or otherwise dispose of the whole, or substantially the whole of the property, assets, effects and good -will of this Corpora tion (including the corporate franchise and other intangible property of this Corporation), upon such terms and conditions as the Board of Directors shall deem expedient and for the best interests of this Corpora tion. (g) From time to time to determine whether and to what extent and at what time and place and under what condi tions and regulations the ac counts and books of this Cor poration, or anv of them, shall be open to the inspection of any stockholder; and no stockhold er shall have any right to in spect anv account, hook or doc ument of this Corporation ex cept as conferred by statute or the by-laws or as authorized by resolution of the stockholders or Board of Directors. Article XI. This Corporation may in its by laws confer powers upon its Board of Directors in addition to + he foregoing and in addition to the powers and authorities ex pressly conferred upon them by the laws of the State of Delaware. Article XII. The stockholders and Board of Directors shall have power, if the by-laws so provide, to hold their meetings and to keep the books of this Corporation (except such as are reouired by the law of the State of Delaware to be kept in Delaware) and documents ana papers of this Corporation out 'ide the State of Delaware, and to have one or more offices with in or without the State of Del aware at such places as may be designated from time to time by the Board of Directors. Article XIII. All of the powers of this Cor i oration, in so far as the same may be lawfully vested by this Certificate of Incorporation in the Board of Directors, are herebv conferred unor the Board of Di rectors of this Corporation. Article XIV. This Corporation reserves the right to amend, alter, change, ada to or repeal anv provision con tained in this Certificate of In corporation in the manner now or hereafter prescribed by statute, and all rights and powers con ferred by this Certificate of In corporation on stockholders, di rectors and officers are granted subject to this reservation. WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, be ing each of the original subscrib ers to the capital srtock hereinbe fore named, for • the purpose of forming a corporation to do busi ness both within and without the State of Delaware, and in pursu ance of the General Corporation Laws of the State of Delaware, being Chapter 65 of the Revised Code of Delaware and the Acts amendatory thereof and supple mental thereto, do make and file this Certificate, hereby declaring and certifying that the facts here in stated are true and do re spectively agree to take the num ber of shares of stock hereinbe fore set forth opposite our re spective names, and accordingly have hereunto set our hands and seals this 21st day of January, 1926. E. T. (Seal) RENATO CAPOCELLI (Seal) W. F. HILLMAN (Seal) In the presence of: FRANK L. OWEN, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, City and County of San Francisco, ss. Be it remembered that on this 22nd day of January, 1926, per sonally came before me, Frank L. Owen, a Notary Public in and for the City and County and State aforesaid, F. T. Smith, Renato LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS Capocelli and W. F. Hillman, par ties to the foregoing Certificate of Incorporation, known to me personally to be such, and I hav ing first made known .to them and each of them the contents of said Certificate, they did severally acknowledge that ‘they signed, sealed and delivered the* said Cer tificate as their several voluntary act and deed, and that the facts therein stated are truly set foi-th. Given under my hand and seal of office the day and year afore said. My commission expires No vember 22, 1929. FRANK L. OWEN, Notary Public in and for the City and County of San Francis co, State of California. FRANK L. OWEN, Notary Public, City & Co. of San Francisco, Cal. STATE OF DELAWARE OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE I, FANNIE S. HERRINGTON, Secretary of State of the State of Delaware, DO HEREBY CERTI FY that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of Cer tificate of Incorporation of the “STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA,” as received and filed in this office the twenty seventh dav of January, A. D. 1926, at 1 o’clock P. M. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, 1 have hereunto set my hand and official seal, at Dover, this twen ty-seventh day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and twenty-six. FANNIE S. HERRINGTON, Secretary of State. (Official Seal) Apv2-9-16-23-30May2 ORDINANCE NO. 142 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AR TICLE TWO OF ORDINANCE NO. 119 AS TO FIRE LIMITS OF THE TOWN OF WINSLOW, AND INCREASIN G SAID FIRE LIMITS. BE IT ORDAINED, By the Common Council of the Town of Winslow as follows, to-wit: Section 1. That Article 11. of Ordinance 119 be and the same is hereby amended so that the tire limits of the Town of Winslow will be increased to include the follow ing extensions of said fire limits, to-wit: Bound on the West by center line of Berry Avenue produced in a straight line South to intersection with East bound main track of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway company, and in a straght line North to intersection with cen ter line of Aspinwall street; bound on the South by the center line of said East bound main track of said railway company produced in a straight line from the center line of Berry Avenue to the center line of Snider Avenue; bounded on the East by center line of Snider Aven ue produced in a straight line South to intersection with East bound main track of said railway com pany and in a straight line North to intersection with center line of Aspinwall Street; and bounded on the North by center line of Aspin wall Street produced in a straight line from center line of Berry Avenue to center line of Snider Avenue. Section 11. All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict with the provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication as requir ed by law. Pasked and adopted by the Mayor and Common Council of the Town of Winslow in Navajo County, State of Arizona this 6th day of April, 1926. Presented to the Mayor for his approval and by him approved and signed this 6th day of April, 1926. (Seal) FRED B. DOUGLAS, Attest: Mayor. C. L. MURPHY, Town Clerk. April-9-16-23 ORDINANCE NO. 141 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AR TICLES hf VI., VII. AND VIII. OF ORDINANCE NO. 120 OF THE TOWN OF WINSLOW', RE LATING TO THE LAYING OF CEMENT SIDEWALKS ON ALL STREETS IN THE TOWN OF WINSLOW. BE IT ORDAINED, By the Mayor and Common Council of the Town of Winslow as follows: Section 1. Article I. of Ordinance No. 120, is hereby amended so as to read as follows: All persons owning real estate within the Town of Winslow, front ing on any street within the cor porate limits of the Town of Wins low, who shall hereafter lay cement sidew’alks, shall conform to the sidewalk grade line established by the Tow’n Engineer, for the street to which the property is adjacent; said established grade and profile thereof being ratified by the Com mon Council, and on file in the of fice of the Town Clerk. Section 11. Article VI. of Ordin ance No. 120, is hereby amended so as to read as follows: All persons owming real estate within the corporate limits of the Town of Winslow fronting or ad joining any of the streets or aven ues therein are hereby required to construct cement sidewalks and to re-construct or repair said side walks on such streets or avenues next to the property owmed by any of them within thirty days after notice to that effect has been served upon them in waiting by the Super visor of Streets. Section 111. Article VII. of Or dinance No. 120 is hereby amended so as to read as follows: After notice of thirty days has been served by the Supervisor of Streets as hereinbefore provided on any ow r ner of real estate in any of the blocks or upon any of the LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS streets or avenues above mention ed directing said owner to con struct, re-censtruct or repair a sidewalk as herein provided and after such owner shall fail to con struct, re-construct or repair said sidewalk as directed then the Mayor and Common Council of the Town of Winslow may cause and direct the Supervisor of Streets to con struct, re-construct or repair the sidewalk and the costs thereof shall be paid by the owner of the prop erty next to or along which said sidewalk shall have been built, re built or repaired and the Town of Winslow shall have a lien on such property for the payment thereof and all costs of making, certifying and filing such lien and any costs of suit for enforcing and collecting on same. Section IV. Article VIII. of Or dinance No. 120, is hereby amend ed so as to read as follows: In order to secure such lien it shall not only be necessary for the Town Clerk of the Town of Wins low to file in the office of the County Recorder of the County of Navajo a lien as provided by law, in which shall be incorporated a copy of the notice served upon the owner of the property next to or along which said sidewalk shall have been constructed, re-con structed or repaired but it shall also contain a description of the property in front of or along which said sidewalk shall have been built, re-built or repaired with an itemiz ed account of the sum paid for the construction, re-construction or re pair thereof, all of which shall be duly certified to by the Town Clerk under oath and filed within sixty days after the completion of said work. Section V. All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict with the provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed. Passed and adopted by the Mayor and Common Council of the Town of Winslow in Navajo County, State of Arizona this 6th day of April, 1926. Presented to the Mayor for his approval and by him approved and signed this 6th day of April, 1926. (Seal) FRED B. DOUGLAS, Attest: Mayor. C. L. MURPHY, Town Clerk. NOTICE Winslow, Arizona, April Bth, 1926. Minutes of the adjourned meeting of the Common Council of the Town of Winslow, held in the City Hall at 4:00 p. m. April Bth. Present: Mayor Douglas, Coun cilmen Black, Gillard, Evans. Absent: Councilmen Anderson, Edwards, Hohn. Upon motion by Councilman Evans, seconded by Councilman Black, it was unanimously vot ed that the minutes of the mass meeting held in the City Hall at 2:00 p. m. of this date be and are hereby ordered spread upon the minutes of the Council. The minutes of the mass meeting were then read into the record. Winslow, Arizona, April Bth, 1926. Pursuant to public call, a mass meeting of the citizens and tax payers of the Town of Winslow, Navajo County, Arizona, convened at the hour of 2:00 p. m., on the above date. O. L. Gray was chosen chair man of the meeting and C. L. Mur phy, secretary. The chairman then explained the purpose of the meeting to be that of considering the advisability of organizing the Tow’n of Winslow, under the state law as a city, and making recommendations concern ing this matter to the Common Council of the Town of Winslow. The meeting was addressed upon various phases of the question by the following persons: Mayor Fred B. Douglas, Town Attorney, P. A. Sawyer, A. R. Klein dienst, G. T. Stevens. Upon motion by A. R. Kleindienst, duly seconded and carried, the Chair was authorized and directed to appoint a committee of five to draught resolutions to be present ed to the Common Council of the Town of Winslow, expressing the decision of this meeting. The chairman appointed as mem bers of said committee: G. T. Stevens, C. L. Giragi, C. W. LaPrade, Mrs. M. L. Friday, Mrs. Jess Hohn. While the committee was pre paring the resolutions, various per sons addressed the meeting. The committee then reported the fol lowing resolutions, which, on mo tion duly seconded, were adopted, viz: Resolution WHEREAS, the 14th census of the United States shows that the Town of Winslow has a population of over three thousand five hundred inhabitants, and, WHEREAS, under the present law's, municipalities having a pop ulation of three thousand five hun dred or more, may, by resolution of the Common Council, adopt a city form of government, and, WHEREAS, the present charter of the Tow’n of Winslow is insuf ficient to meet the present needs and conditions of the Town of Winslow, w’ith its increasing popu lation and business interests, and, WHEREAS, the magnificent re sources, even, healthful climate and commanding position on one of the great transcontinental railway lines and numberless other natural ad vantages with which Winslow’ is endowed, should give her a place among the great cities of the West. THEREFORE, Be It Resolved, by the citizens and voters of Wins low in mass meeting assembled: That the Common Council of the Town of Winslow be and is hereby requested to take immediate steps to assume a city form of govern ment and to proceed with all reas onable dispatch to perfect the same under a new’ charter as provided by law, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1926 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS that we retain the name of Wins low. G. T .STEVENS, C. L. GIRAGI, C. W. LAPRADE, MRS. M. L. FRIDAY, MRS. JESS HOHN. After some further discussion it was duly moved and seconded that the meeting adjourn. The motion was carried and the meeting ad jorned. C. L. MURPHY, Secretary. O. L. GRAY, Chairman. It was then moved by Council-’ man Evans, seconded by Council man Gillard, that the following resolution be adopted: Resolution WHEREAS, Paragraph 1881, Title 7, page 641 of the Revised Statu tes of Arizona provides: “When any Town shall have acquired a population of three thousand, the inhabitants thereof may, by vote of the Common Council, assume organization, under such name as the Council may designate,” and, WHEREAS, the 14th census of the United States shows the popu lation of the Town of Winslow to be 3730, and, WHEREAS, the present charter of the Town of Winslow is insuf ficient to meet the needs and con ditions of the increasing popula tion and business interests thereof, and, WHEREAS, the citizens and tax | payors of the Town of Winslow in mass meeting assembled by unani mous vote passed a resolution which has been presented to the Council and spread upon the min utes requesting the Common cil to take immediate stesh to assume a city form of govern ment and proceed with all reason able dispatch to perfect the same under a new charter as provided in the State Constitution, THEREFORE, Be It Resolved, by the Mayor and Common Council of the Town of Winslow: Section 1. The inhabitants of the Town of Winslow by vote of the Common Council of said Town of Winslow, Navajo County, Arizona, shall assume, and under and by virtue of the law and the power vested in the Common Council of the said Town of Winslow, do here by assume a city organization and government, under the name of the City of Winslow. Section 2. The City of Winslow, when organized as such, shall be and become successor to all the rights, interests, property and pow ers conferred by law upon the Town of Winslow, and all ordin ances and resolutions in force in the Town of Winslow, shall be in force and operative in the City of Winslow, until repealed. Section 3. This resolution shall take effect and be in force thirty days from and after its passage, and shall be published according to law. Passed and adopted this Bth day of April, A. D. 1926, by the folic# ing vote: AYES: Mayor Douglas, Coun cilmen Black, Gillard, Evans. NAYES: None. ABSENT: C. D. Anderson, Ed wards, Hohn. (Seal) FRED B. DOUGLAS, Attest: Mayor. C. L. MURPHY. Town Clerk. April-9-16-23 NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE In the Superior Court of the State of Arizona in and for the County of Navajo. In the matter of the liquidation of The Bank of Winslow, Arizona, having branch offices at Holbrook, Arizona, and St. Johns, Arizona. April-9-16-23 Notice is hereby given that pur suant to an order of the Court in the above entitled matter, the un dersigned will sell at private sale to the highest bidder for cash, at a price not less than Six Thousand Five Hundred ($6,500.00) Dollars, the following described real es tate, to-wit: Lots Numbered Nineteen and Twenty (19 and 20) of block Two (2) original townsite of Winslow, Navajo County, Ari zona, according to the plot thereof on file and of record in the office of the County Re corder of Navajo County, Ari zona, including the certain brick building and all appur tenances and improvements thereon, including safe, and that the said property is of the reasonable value of Six Thou sand, Five Hundred ($6,500.00) Dollars; at the office of Sapp & McLaugh lin, in Holbrook, Navajo County. Arizona, on or after Saturday, the 24th day of April, 1926, at the hour of 10 o’clock in the forenoon. All bids for the above entitled proper ty must be in writing and must be accompanied by a certified or cash ier’s check for the full amount of\ f said bid, payable to the under- '' signed ,and all bids subject to con firmation by the above entitled court after due and proper notice of hearing thereon. Dated this Bth day of April, 1926. A. T. HAMMONS, Superintendent of Banks of the State of Arizona, and ex-officio Receiver and in charge of The Bank of Winslow, an insolvent banking corporation. April-9-16-23 FOUND GUILTY OF MURDER PHOENIX Alberto Fernandez, 24-year-old Mexican who went to trial Thursday before Superior Judge M. T. Phelps on a charge of slaying Alexander Elder, w’as found guilty of first degree murder Saturday afternoon by a jury w’hich fixed the penalty at life imprison ment. The verdict was reached after the jury had deliberated one hour and fifty minutes.