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PAGE EIGHT URIAH REPUBLICAN PRESS, OCTOBER 23, .1946 A Newspaper with a Conscience and a Heart A 'HOT CARGO' BATTLE SEEN COMMENCING! Chance Fading For A Compromise For Many Months GOES TOliGH COURT "Taller" Of A Truck Sues Driver For An Assault LOOK PHOTOGRAPHED LITTLE BARREL CHURCH ONE DAY'S FISHING! The owner of fl.shini: boat that harbors at Anchor Bay told a party tho tuna biiulcs off Point Arena are the best he ha.s One catch was worth $4,000. of the are caimlil about GO mlle.s off but were taken from that point In. Some of our home will have boats lurne lumtih to handle this type of (Lsli next If wvll. (Carried from Page One) Move Is Involved. But.

although the hot carno aipumcnt was advanced In arguments In the local case. It was not the only Cum- drclats'd Reasons Are Featured. Others, which he had mentioned at variolic times dinlne, arcu- nient.s on the ca -e. haw to do with peaceful picket iii'-i induennr an Illegal a-t, lie pointed to the California Cons! It lit Ion and the Public Carrier Act which provides misdemeanor penalties for or their employ. vs ih inatlni; in ref "ivnce to facilities, and Couv-I 'k upheld she NWT coin- int in Hie unioni.

ts' iieuui' i 'T. decl.iri it "broad to cover he hr.iry I hat the act are do not think a dcn-i ni on this 'lnurrer need hlnee on ion. shty of the Hot Camo Act." lie declared. II.

1 mud not li.n:' are in of the complaint broueht directly under attack. the chum of lack of tins- diction when lie based tlif- denial on (pie of ut i m- ality. In this nrarrl h. indicated that mee uneon lonahty had not been was no cr Hind the jurisdictional attack. Tne complaint cau 'snf action aside from the Hot C.ii;:o Act." hi' enipha- finally overruling the demurrer.

Take All Appeal. Attorneys tor the AI-I. I.uiulier and Sawmill Worker- Union later dut'iiiu the day Hied formal notice ol to the state supreme court of a temporary rc- strainini; order is Seplem- ber HO to prevent picketing of aliened "hot lumber the Northwestern Pacific's railroad terminal at Han Rafael. The temporary re.strahi- order Is in effect pending outcome of a hearing before Superior Judpe Hllliard Com- which opened with union attorneys on hand to show why a permanent re oilier not be Is-aied. Aliened Attack.

Union attorneys today also filed a $1)300 civil damaiie suit afiainst Walter West, 31-yenr-old truck driver, and his employer, the Sterling Lumber Co. of Santa ehai'Kiiii; Mr. West threatened with a revolver and assaulted two Kort Hrar.n lumber union officials when they billowed a truckload of lumber ho wa Tells Ilis Side. The claim of Mr.

Wet is that he had been "tailed" as lie wa.s engaged in his work of handling the truck with his bin carno and was handicapped in operaline it by the manner in which the Union Pickets annravated him When Lumber (lues! Far-siidiled people are lookine. forward to the tune when lumbering will no limner be the lead- inn industry ol the coast -eel ion. probably in another neiieration The fishine. industry at Noyo now reflects a million dollar annual harvest anil tins can be doubled. More KCMUIITCS.

On account ot our climate and we rai-e the best peas nruwn the nation and our berries and l'nii: are unsurpassed find are now frozen and shipped here. Lilies Mean Today we have a Cioit Master Lily boom, and it has been discovered our climate and il are u.surpassc'd for the e.rowth ol these beautiful flowers and local boosters claim it wil' "vcnlually become a two million an- nual income. (ioiiiR Into Business, I Fifty-five Mendoeiiio coast res- i klenis last week started plant me, Croft Raster lilies, the value ot which at harvest will exceed $100,000. Under almost ideal conditions for lilies in this area, these bulbs- replanted for one. more year could easily reach a value, at present prices, of a halt million dollars.

Buried In City. Sylvester Carey, brother of Mrs. Theresa Parks, passed away in Photographers for Look Magazine were among the visitors at Astl Winery last week. They were passltm through on a tour of Interesting throughout the state and stopped to photograph the crushing of grapes and took pictures of tlu famous "Little Church in a Barrel." These pictures will appear In future issues of Look Magazine. Fort Brans, Monday night.

Funeral were held In San Frenclseo Thursday morning. New Dying Field. Fort Bragg now lias a flying It is located Just north of the city on the White Airfield and will be called the Kimbley FlyiiK' Service. The new com! pany is leasing White Airport i from Gertrude White and will start construction of an eight- place hangar immediately. Gas facilities will be installed and 1 airplane and engine mechanics will be on the field at all times.

Bill Young Is associated as flight Instructor and airplane and en- nine mechanic. A runway Is being graded this week and taxi strips will IK put In a.s soon as po-sible. Student Instruction has stinted and five local men are taking lesions. Competent ln- -tructurs give lessons In flying for all ratings and guarantee licenses to those completing the training period. Plan.s call for chartered trips to any place In the United States and the delivery of freight.

At The Catherine A large delegation attended the I Redwood Empire Association convention held at Hoberg's in Lake county. Among those to motor the convention were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Severance. Supervisor for our district; Mr.

and Mrs. Phil Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weller, Jim Campbell, Hugo Celcri and Mrs.

E. Spaulding. Breve New Car Home. David Gnisti returned last week from Michigan where he purchased a Plymouth car and made the lfiOO-mile trip home without an accident and he enjoyed the trip very much. Has A Daughter.

A daughter was barn Mr. and Mrs. Harold The mother is popularly known by her maiden name, Marguerite McDonnell. Ralph transacted in San Francisco last CLYDE FOSTER HAS SERIOUS ACCIDENT News from Nevada City is Clyde Foster, son of Mr. and Mrs.

R. O. Foster, of Talmage, hurt In a tractor accident, will be laid up some time, as his leg was broken in two places, but that ultimate satisfactory recovery, the attending surgeon says, Is certain. busini" week. At Dance.

Fort Bragg Fire Department e.ave its annual dance Saturday ituht. 'I here was an unusually large attendance. Cciuliules Visit. Mr Ardelle Harris, who visited her mother. Mrs.

Mary Nichols, at Caspar, ha.s returned to her home in San Francisco. Has ased Plant. Louis Cavallini. regional for A. I'aladini.

has leased tile United Fish Company plant at Noyo from Frank Hy- IIIIIII Mr Cavallini has assumed control over the United and ha.s placed Art Mayhew in charge a manager. The plant will continue to operate a.s in the past, to pack and ship fish. The Iillel line will also be Mr Cavallini will continue to look alter the interests of the Paladini Company. At Services. Bishop Noel Porter came over from Sacramento on hi.s annual visit to St.

Michael's Episcopal church and presided at the service, which wa.s well attended. I here wa.s a confirmation and baptism. Mrs. George Samuels and son came up from Vallejo last week for a short visit, with her parents, Mr and Mrs. G.

Gut.sti. Shcwcr I'Vr Daughter. Mrs. Lee Wilson sponsored a wedding shower for her daughter, Delia Warner. The norm? was beautifully decorated with flowers and greenery and the honoree received many useful and beautiful gifts.

The outstanding decoration on the dining table wa.s a wedding cake topped with miniature bride and groom. Was In India. Pastor L. .1. Borrowclale, who has Just returned from India, where he served as a missionary U(i years, filled the pulpit of the Fort Bragg Advent ist church Saturday and gave a very interest inn and instructive talk.

He UKMII TAXiCAR CO. Stand at 107 North State St. Phone 36-W PARKING LOT OPPOSITE (Ol'KTlIOUSK Dick Beaver. Manager Knudsen Munson MEN'S FURNISHINGS NOW OPEN arc offering a nice line ol All WOOL GABARDINES SLACKS SII1KTS SWEATERS SPOUT AND TOP COATS Citnie in anil look over our ROBERT KNUDSEN AND DELHERTTWUNSON 127 North State Ukiah, Calif. 21-tfe lived among primitive Santal people and told of their poverty and superstition.

Dr. A. D. Buttcrfleld and wife, of Loma Linda, are visiting Pastor and Mrs. H.

E. McWhlnny, of Fort Bragg. Dr. Butterfield Is the medical director of the Loma Linda Sanitarium. Married In Reno.

Miss Marie Calrc and Edward Bonl, both residents of Fort Bragg, were married at Reno. The bride is a graduate of our high school and is a charming young woman. The groom was recently discharged from the Army and now holds a good position at Napa, which will be their home. Here From Illinois. Mrs.

Sidney Smith, of Champaign, Illinois, visited her sister, Mrs. Frank Phillips, and her brother, Mark' Steele, last week. To Hold Church Affair. The Presbyterian Women will hold a District Presbyterian meeting at the First Presbyterian church in Fort Bragg Thursday, October 24. Allcj-s Arc Busy.

Bowling interest is growing each week, and no team In the tournament Is secure in the position It now holds. At the present time Caspar Is In the lead with six teams tied for second place. Mrs. J. L.

Knorr is here from Ventura visiting her sister, Mrs. A. M. Burke and family. Have A Son.

A was born Mr. and Mrs. James Williams and has been named John Thomas. Mrs. Wayne Epperson and children have returned from a visit with relatives at Mill Valley.

At Grand Lodge. Mr. and Mrs. James Symes and Mr. and Mrs.

Walter Kaare attended the Masonic Grand Lodge in San Francisco last week. Have A Buy. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gregg last week.

Rancher Passed On. Eric Luoma. well known rancher, who ha.s lived in this section many years, died last week, aged 79 years. He wa.s a native ot Finland but came to this section while a youth. Ho owned and operated as a ranch, the property that is still known a.s the Luoma ranch, about seven miles from town and north of the Albion river watershed.

He was at one time engaged getting out tics and other split stuff, and also in later years had the Comptche mail contract which most, of the time he handled himself. John Galli, accompanied by his niece, Mrs. Theo. Miller, are visiting relatives in San Francisco. On Short Visit.

Navy Commander and Mrs. R. D. Koepke and son arrived here from Capitola last week and are visiting at the home of Mrs. Koepke's parents, Mr.

and Mrs. William Parks. From here they will go to San Diego. Donald Aulin came up from San Francisco last week to see his mother, Mrs. Ed Hendrickson.

Mrs. Charles Eastman has returned to her home at Fetters Springs following a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Don McDonald at Caspar. Plan A Bazaar.

The young women of the Lutheran church will hold a bazaar at the church, Saturday, October 26. Fancy work, cakes and Finnish coffee-bread will be on sale. Taking Out Apples. Following the harvesting and trucking of the pea crop on the south coast section trucks are now hauling apples to the city DON'T MISS IT! THEY LIVE THEY LOVE ILL THEY KILL ADD FITZGERALD Tuesday Wednesday Thursday FRIDAY SATURDAY RYDER' BOBBY SATURDAY MATINEE 10:30 A. M.

LOOK! SEE! HEAR! "AT THE CIRCUS" "MR. ELEPHANT GOES TO TOWN PANTRY" "GOLDILOCKS AND THE JIVEIN' BEARS' CHAPTER NO. RAIDERS" A GAMES MODELS COMICS 1 "WAY OF ALL PESTS" "FOX AND GRAPES" "PLANE DAFFY" "HARE FORCE" "ANTS IN YOUR PANTRY" "GOLDILOCKS AND THE JIVEIN' "4 ORCHIDS" says Walter Winchell "4 BELLS" says jimmy Fidler SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY First The Book Now On The Screen! BIOGRAPHICAL DRAMA. Based on Margaret London's best-seller, this is the story of a young Englishwoman of the late Nineteenth Century who accepts a post as governess at the court of the King of Siam. She instructs members of the royal family, and through her influence overcomes the customs and superstitions of the time, and instills in her young pupils the principles of democracy.

'BAD BILL BUNION' LATEST METRO NEWS market and the Seba.stopol packing houses. The quality of the fruit is excellent and the prices hiyh. Would Raise Fund. A $75,000 fund for support of striking lumber and NORMAN JOHNSON'S NAME MENTIONED workers in Humboldt and Men docino counties will he contributed before the end of the year by the Bay Counties District Council of Carpenters 1AFL1, Dave Ryan, council has announced. The district council, embracing all carpenters locals in San Francisco, Alameda, San Mateo and Marin counties, votod two-to-one for an assessment of $1 a month a mcm- Whsn a to fill the vacancy which will be created when awmill i Congressman Clarence F.

Lea "I LOST 52 WEAR SIZE 14 AGAIN" MRS. C. D. WELLS, FT. WORTH At Pictured Hon You may low pound a and have a more alcmlcr.

graceful future. No 1 No driiRa. No laxatives. Eat meat, potatoes, gravy, butter. The experience of Mrs.

may or may not be different than yours, but why not try the AYI3S Vitamin Canilv Plan? 1,00 at these result a. In cli.ilcal teats conducted by medical doctors more 100 persons lost to 15 pounds a vera ite In a few weeks with the A YDS Vitamin Cuady Reducing t'lun. With this Ayds Plan you don't cut out any menls. stntcfies, potatoes, meats or butter, you almplv cut them down. It's simple and easier when you enfoy delu-ioun (vitamin fnrti- AYDS before each meal.

Absolutely harmless. .10 days supply of ftf A 1 rf 2 -J 2 If with results, MONEY BACK 00 the very lirst box. Vboam MEDICO DRUG CO. retires is mentioned, I Attorney Norman Johnson, or Bragg, frequently crops up! I Mr. Johnson has not in the pa-st i mixed up much in politics, but has a brother in Congress at the present time and the coast i man, having a lot on the ball the name of mentally, may get into the contest and prove a real surprise.

ber for the next three months. All of the council's 25,000 members will be assessed to help pay expenses of the striking lumber workers, Secretary Ryan said. PRESSON ELECTRIC 109 South State Street Norge and Bendix Dealer SPORTING GOODS 5tate Licensed Contractor All Kinds of Electrical Service CALL 293 Agent for Mazda Lamps WE HAVE PROSPECTS For Ranches, Farms, Homes, Timber Lands and Business Froperlies For information write to LARKIN J. YOUNCE Preston Ukiah, Calif. Telephone Ukiah 7 WITHOUT BATTERY WIRES Here's sweeter, tastier bread with FLEISCHMANN FRESH FRESH 9 YEAST IT'S FULL STRENGTH so it goes right to work.

1 No waiting. No extra steps. Fleischmann's fresh active Yeast helps make bread that's more delicious and tender, sweeter-tasting every time! IF YOU BAKE AT HOME Fleischmann's active fresh Yeast with the familiar yellow label. been America's favorite for more than 70 years. A Modern THE HEART OF YOUR KITCHEN! Most of the kitchen activity centers around ihe range where your meals are prepared, where scientific heat application makes a tasty meal out of raw ingredients.

"Scientific heat application" that's where the new gas and electric ranges shine Let your dealer in Ukiah show you how Savings Bank financing helps you buy such stoves out of your income. SAVINGS BANK OF MENDOCINO COUNTY UKIAH HOPLAND BANK WITH US GROW WITH US Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Smallest "One-Piece" HEARING AID PALACE HOTEL Friday, Oct. 25 ONE DAY ONLY Please Call Early SMALLEST IN SIZE NO HARNESS TO WEAR Sonotone, Bcitcne, Acouslicnns and others, used, at BIG discount. For Hopeless Cases trv our CUSTOM BUILT GEM. Your Aid Taken in Trade.

"BATTERIES FOR ALL AIDS" holjourTim SEE US IKXn SIGRATVftC MOID RfCAPS REPAIR NCW UJfD CARROL WEEKS Perkins and Main Streets Phone 1131 MEDICO DRUG CO. (Formerly Crystal Pharmacy) Prescription Specialists Telephone 2 Expert Truss Fitting "On The Comer" IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 1946 Gas Ranges CITY OR BOTTLE GAS With or Without Trash Burner NEANDER MERCANTILE STORE CALPELLA, CALIF. Established 53 years in Ukiah School and Henry SU. Phone 106-M.

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