Oakdale Leader from Oakdale, California on February 22, 1978 · 6
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Oakdale Leader from Oakdale, California · 6

Oakdale, California
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Wednesday, February 22, 1978
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I 6 OAKDALE LEADER, Wednesday, February n W Gardeners' Corner Wi,i .. I .,p I la j . . . i CATTLEMEN'S MEETING. Bob Gilbert of A.L. Gilbert Company was one of several speakers to address a meeting of area cattlemen Thursday in the Oakdale Grange Hall. Leader Photo Inspector Tippy INSPECTOR 'TIPPY' says: Close garage doors and keep a light burning in your house when leaving for an evening. New Arrivals Mr. and Mrs. Trinidad Diaz, 590 A street, are the parents of their first child, Jose Trinidad, born February 13 at the Oak Valley District Hospital. The new baby weighed 7 pounds 4 ounces at birth and is the grandson of U Mraiid Mrs. Roynaldo Diaz of Oakdale. Joe and Sandy Powell, 326 Wood avenue, are the parents of a son, Christopher Scott, , born February 14 at the Oak Valley Hospital weighing 4 ; pounds 3 ounces. The little boy is the couple's first child. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Squire Bartlow of Oakdale and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Powell of Waterford. PUBLIC NOTICE STATEMENT OP ABANDONMENT OF USE OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME File No. 77-0848 The following persons have abandoned the use of the fictitious business name of ; DODDS MARKET at 701 S.YosemlteAvt. Oakdale, Ca. 9531 ' The fictitious business name referred to above was filed In County on Oct. 24, 1977. 1. John Theodore Crutchfleld 3013 Lunar Dr. Ceres, Ca 95307 2. Phyllis Lee Crutchfleld . 2013 Lunar Dr. Ceres, Ca 95307 This business was conducted by an Individual. Phyllis Crutchfleld This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Stanislaus County on February I, 1978 First Publication February 15, 1978 Last Publication March 8, 1971 ' PUBLIC NOTICE SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA. COUNTY OF STANISLAUS ' NOTICE TO CREDITORS NO. 149128 Estate of VIVIAN THELMA HUDSON, also known as VIVIAN T. HUDSON, and as, VIVIAN HUDSON, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the creditors of the above named decedent that all persons having claims against said decedent are required to file them, with the . necessary vouchers. In the office of the Clerk of me above-entitled court, or to present them, with the necessary vouchers, to the undersigned at Law Offices of BUSH, ACKLEY. MILICH l HALLINAN, 3M West F Street, P. O. Box 44, Oakdale, CNfomia S361. which Is the p!sc of business of the un-ow-Bried In ail matters per- ta king to the estate of said cwtedent, within four months f-rr the first publication of this ne :e. Doted: February 10. 1978 V DONALD H. LANDES Administrator of the above-named ftKSeit. l.mf O'tirt-t of ACHfLEY, MILICH I : f- c C -'Vwr erv-i i .; ." ITS Camellia show set for Camellia growers throughout Northern California are invited to enter blooms in Sacramento's 54th annual Camellia Show, the oldest and largest in the nation. Registration will be held from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday, March 4 in the Sacramento Community Center Exhibit Hall. Entry pejHBMBaSBjNBHBHBB y CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ambassadors recently visited the Diet Center, and owner Kory Morgan, presdenting her with her first tax free dollar. The Diet Center is located at 807 West F street. From left are Merle Schutz, Frosty Wood, Marilee Perry, Kory Morgan, Tom Mihok, Tom Hallinan, Ron Mettler and Gene Bianchi. Leader Photo PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that the Stanislaus County Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Thursday, March 1. 1978 at a meeting starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Board of Supervisors Chambers In the County Administration Building, 1100 "H" Street, Modesto to consider a change in toning from A-2-10 (Exclusive Agriculture) to P D (Planned Development) on a half acre parcel Identified as Assessor's Parcel 84-19-23 at the southwest comer of East "F" Street (State Highway 108120) and Stearns Road. East Oakdale area. Additional Information may be obtained by calling 5264330. Daryl J. Welti Senior Planner Stanislaus County Planning and Community Development Department Published February M, 1978 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO BIDDERS Pursuant to the provisions of Section 15951 to 15961 of the California Education Code, the Board of Trustees of the Oakdale Joint Union High School District will receive sealed bids up to and Including J.00 P.M. February , 1978 at the District Office located at 200 Hinkley Avenue, Oakdale for the following - Items; 1. 194 CMC 44 passenger bus - V-e CMC 350 engine; Gillig Body; S speed transmission; tires - 10:00 20; mechanical condition operable ( i. 194 Half-ton Van ? passenger; mechanical condition - operable 3. I.B.M. Card Sorting System Equipment to be sold may be viewed and operated at the above office. All bids must be submitted on forms supplied by the District. Bid Documents, specifications end Information may be obtained bv catling or writ ing the Business tn9r of me District, Mr. Mark Lytie (847 2272). The Board reserves the right to reject any and afi bes. By Order of the Board of Trvtt Oekdete Joint Union H'gh Sctwei Drict Mark L. Ltt BtWn Mi?r r -t P.:- ;r'y Fftjruary 15, v--f - t -Pybs'eriew February S2. I 1 j jjyfwiBw4 ' 1 i i. , m cards may be obtained in advance from Ronald Morrison, 2712 Ripon Court, Sacramento 95826, or at the Shepard Garden and Arts Center, 3330 McKinley Boulevard. The free two-day display will be open to the public from 3 to 9 p.m. March 4 and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. March 5. Illegal burning Oakdale Rural firemen were kept busy checking on fires which turned out to be illegal control burns Monday. Despite the fact Monday was not a burn day, many residents evidently wanted to take advantage of the good weather and the holiday to burn tree trimmings. Firemen extinguished fires at Willow Glen and Pontiac streets at 9:56 a.m., at 8119 Rodden road, at 12:45 p.m. at 10931 Sierra rqad, at 12:50 p.m. at 9213 Rodden road at, k. '.., . ' III 8 PUBLIC f?Tlcg NOTICE TO CREDITORS NO. 149278 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA. COUNTY OF STANISLAUS Estate of LUCILE SCHELL TULLOCH. also known as LUCILE S. TULLOCH . NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the creditors of the above named decedent that all persons having claims against said decedent are required to file them, with the necessary vouchers. In the office of the Clerk of the above-entitled court, or to present them, with the necessary vouchers, to the undersigned at Law Offices Of BUSH, ACKLEY. MILICH 8. HALLINAN, 36 West F Street, P.O. BOx 48, Oakdale, California 95361, which to the place of business of the undersigned In all matters per-talnlng to the estate of said decedent, within four months after the first publication of this notice. Dated: February U, 1978 ROMAIN J. SCHONHOFF Executor of the above-named decedent. Law Offices o BUSH, ACKLEY, MILICH a HALLINAN 36 west F Street P.O Bon 4S4 CiS;. California 9531 TeaNooe: K) 847 1756 Attarvs for Eecvtort -'t Fvt" r'-on Febrvary 22, 1978 Last Pwbiafon March 15, t8 1 March 4 Awards will be made' for entries of one, three, five or 11 blossoms. A 1978 innovation is the Old timers section. Entries in this class will be limited to single blooms of Camellia Japonica introduced before 1921, such as Pink Perfection, Alba Plena, Mathotiana, etc. Juniors, aged 16 or under, also w'll form a special class. checked 12:56 p.m.; and at 2124 Highway 108 at 3:10 p.m. All were on Monday. Firemen reported some of the responsible residents did not have burn permits. PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF HEARING OF PETITION (PROBATE) Fil No. 149804 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF STANISLAUS ESTATE OF THELBERT J. HENDERSON, also known as, T.J. HENDERSON, and as BERT HENDERSON. NOTICE is hereby given that LOIS J. SILL has filed a petition for probate of will and for letters testamentary and authorization to administer under Independent Administration of Estates Act ill reference to which Is hereby made for further particulars. A hearing on the petition is set for March 15, 1978 at 8:30 a.m. In Department 4 at SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF STANISLAUS. 802 11th Street, Modesto, California 95353. Dated February 16, 1978 STEVE R. NELSON, Clerk j by Shirley Ridenour, , Deputy f BUSH, ACKLEY, MILICH I I HALLINAN ( Post Office box 48 Oakdale, California 95361 Telephone No. (209) 847-175 First Publication February 22, 1978 Last Publication March 8. 1978 HiMPTOKI VACUUM cuAwtisnriisc fTP5 8UO!IEFA!l VI I fa SINGER ifftOYD 6LUH ! 0m njfct M tar fas. Sales teatali Wi m ft Cm k tm m ttmwrni turn Uf. l4rt 4 TO BKM CWMfT Carnations The best time to plant carnations is during March and April. The seedlings are available in mixed or individual colors, while rooted cuttings are from special plants that offer unusual shades or striking blends or more than one color in a single flower. The seedling varieties produce small plants, smaller flowers but more fragrance. Carnations are grown much like chrysanthemums. They survive and bloom without attention but respond fabulously to certain' basic growing techniques. You should stake the plants at an early age to insure straight and upright growth. Ring staking the use of three or four stakes around which string has been wound to form a core or ring in which the plants grow is an excellent solution. Single staking and tying also produce good results. Newer compact varieties like Juliette do not require staking and are well worth trying from that standpoint alone. Pinching is important just as it is with chrysanthemums. Lateral buds should be pinched off so that energy and growth are channeled into terminal buds. Without pinching, the plants produce myriad small blooms and no big ones. If you pinch out the tops of young plants when they are four to six inches high, multiple trunks will develop, each of which will be topped eventually by one specimen flower, provided you pinch the side buds. Gardener's Checklist 1. Time to prune Fuchsias. Remember they bloom on new growth, so don't neglect this simple chore. 2. Its not too late to plant fruit trees. Most are still dormant but not for long. 3. Consult your nurseyman for aphid control. These pesty insects such vital plant juices and weaken the plants. They'll soon be showing up on Roses and other ornamentals. 4. Don't let weeds get any bigger. Hand pick, hoe or spray but don't let them get established and compete with your garden. 5. Feeding your lawn now will get it off to a healthy start. Use a balanced complete fertilizer. Fertilizer spreaders will aid in even application. Perennials You can plant field and container-grown perennial transplants that are available at nurseries now. These transplants are mature plants, not seedlings, and therefore the cost runs slightly higher. But you get Libertarian runs for state governor Ed Clark, a 47 year-old Los Angeles attorney, today declared his candidacy for Governor of California, following his nomination by the Libertarian Party of California on Monday. The Libertarian Party received the third largest amount of votes in the 1976 California election. Clark announced "total support" for the Jarvis-Gann tax Initiative ballot measure .6 and indicated frai; &es 8,1(1 ' schools will be major issues in his campaign. "The biggest single tax cost in California government is for education," Clark noted. "The compulsory public school system its defects and costs will be a key City receives $45,000 sales tax More than $140 million was distributed this week to California cities and counties from the February allocation of sales and use tax receipts. The State Board of Equalization announced recently that California cities received $90.7 million and the counties $15.3 million for a combined cities and counties total of $106 million. The counties also received $26.5 million from the V percent local sales and use tax for the county local transporation fund. PUBLIC NOTICE FILE NO. 78-8148 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT The following persons art doing business as: ORANGE BLOSSOM DEVELOPMENT at 10743 McLeod Road Oakdale, California 9531 1. D. W. Mlllwork and Hardware, Inc. 9835 Monterey Road Gllroy, California 95020 2. Allen Reames 59 B North Santa Crui Avenue . Los Gatos, California 95030 This business Is conducted by a general partnership. Darol White This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Stanislaus County on February 15. 1978, . CERTIFICATION I hereby certify that the foregoing Is a correct copy of tha original on file In my office. . STEVE R. NELSON, County Clerk By rV Shirley Ridenour, Deputy -First Publication February 22, T978 Last Publication March 15, 1978 Mjr,'WE ipDRAFERIES ?!aS , ALSO SLEEPING SACS EEDSPKEADS, IHJGS Kb I Bartl A 2 2rdiM.27ej matter of discussion in my campaign," he said. Clark, a graudate of Harvard Law School and Dartmouth College, has been active in politics since 1956. He is a former Naval officer and has served as founder and Chairman of the Free Libertarian Party of New York, as well as Chairman of the Libertarian Party of California in 1973 and 1974. "I am running for Governor as an Independent . because the Republicans are not concerned about people, and the Democrats are incapable of or unconcerned about answering the demand of California voters for lower taxes," Clark declared at the Los Angeles news conference. The city of Oakdale received $45,000 as its share of the $90.7 million and the county of Stanislaus received $305,000 plus $282,500 from the Va percent county local transportation fund. The Board of Equalization administers the 6 percent sales and use tax PUBLIC NOTICE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 78-807 The following persons are doing business as: BfcLCB. SALES at 4712 Mesa Dr. Oakdale, Ca 95361 1. George Larry Shelling . 3725 Kentucky Rlverbenk, Ca 95367 1 Billy Roy Grlgsby 4712 Mesa Drive Oakdale, California 9531 This business Is conducted by a general partnership. til George L. Snelllng George L. Snelllng Billy R. Grlgsby Billy R. Grlgsby This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Stanislaus County on January 23, 1971. CERTIFICATION I hereby certify that the foregoing is a correct copy of tha original on file m my office. STEVE R. NELSON. County Clerk , By ft Joyce N. Jones, Deputy First Publication February 8, 1971 Last Publication March 1, 1978 - t?.i.iii,ili.r vuSH i V W A. J SEE us rca all reus NirDS Ccploftf' M?-ejts h. $yTB CeMai Be I ! so much more color per clump that you'll agree the difference in price is well worth it. Not all perennials are successfully grown and sold this way. Some resent disturbance and are better set out as seedlings. Topping the list is the Delphinium. Big clumps of Pacific Hybrids will give you two or even three periods of bloom this year. Moreover, they bloom in far greater profusion than do seedlings. To reap maximum benefit of the bloom, plant early. To brighten a shady border, set out mature, ready-to-bloom clumps of giant Polyenthus Primroses. These are real eye-catchers, to be admired for many years. Many clumps will be large enough for dividing next fall into even more plants. Daylilies are of the easiest culture and excellent for carrying color through the summer. They are at their best in warm areas, but many new varieties have shown increasing adaptability to cooler coastal conditions. Tub planting February is an ideal time to start those indispensable aids to outdoor living the plants in tubs. Come warmer weather, they'll be ready to answer your landscape problems on deck or terrace. Some gardeners think there is something mysterious about growing plants in tubs. Actually, almost any plant you name can be grown this way for a time. And some are expecially well adapted, staying happy for years on end despite the cramped condition of their roots. Among those that fit this class, the California Association of Nurserymen lists Camellia as one of the finest. Camellias tolerate cramped feet seemingly forever and, while they don't bloom in summer, their flossy foliage is most welcome. Golden Bamboo has come into its own in this age of tub gardening, that easily keeps it in bounds. Variegated Pittosporums with their interesting branch structures are popular as are Azajeas, dwarf Crepe Myrtles and Gardenias. All the dwarf citrus are excellent in containers, not only for their foliage but for the ornamental effect to their fruit which is of excellent quality. For color through summer, Geraniums and Pelargoniums are ideal. Fuchsias and Clivas are fine for shaded locations and Marguerites are not to be overlooked whatever the conditions. "I am in total support of the Jarvis-Gann tax Initiative. This is the only true hope for tax relief which Californians have had in years. This Initiative will pass, and the next vital step will be to keep the pressure on Sacramento in order to prevent off-setting increases in sales, income and other taxes," he said. Clark reminded reporters that fewer than 178,000 votes separated the two major candidates in the, 1974 Governor's race. - "I expect the race ahead between the Democrat and the Republican will be a close one and, therefore, I expect the votes cast for me will determine who the next Governor of California will be," Clark asserted. PUBLIC NOTICE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 78-8128 The following persons are doing business as: DODDS MARKET at 701 South Yosemlte Avenue Oakdale, California 9531 1. John Theodora Crutchfleld 2013 Lunar Drive Ceres, California 95307 2. Robert Michael Armes 4749 Griffin Road Hughson, California 9532 . Phyllis Lee Crutchfleld 2013 Lunar Drive Ceres, California 95307 4. Clinton Shelton Crutchfleld 342 Kansas -Rlverbank, California 9537 This business is conducted by a general partnership. IM Phyllis Crutchfleld This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Stanislaus County on February 1, 1978. CERTIFICATION I hereby certify that tha foregoing Is a correct copy of the original on file In my office. STEVE R. NELSON, County Clerk By JoAnn Heermann, Deputy First Publication Febrvary IS, 1978 Last Publication March 8, 1971 jf TRI-COUNTY INSULATION GUARANTEES (in writing A "MINIMUM 40 RKXJCTION" ON UTILITY RILLS 7ni-cou:j7Y i::3ULAiin:i CAUC47-5541 "My campaign will represent the balance of power between the Republicans and the Democrats. I can assure every voter in this State that my candidacy will force the Republican and Democratic nominees to address the issues of liberty in taxes and education," he concluded. Clark resides with his wife and child in San Marino, California. His wife, Alicia, is former Advertising Manager of Celanese-Mexicana, one of Mexico's largest manufacturers. Her father is a former member of the Mexican National Legislature and former Mayor of Vera Cruz, Mexico. Alicia's brother, Chito, is a Mexican sports star and currently manages the Mexico City Tigers baseball team. OAKDALE MEMORIAL CHAPEL 847-2211 830 West F Oakdale and RIVERBANK MEMORIAL CHAPEL 869-2528 3131 Santa F Riverbank Clifford J. Boto feMMMheMk.MkllM) 0 eaevvyb. WHY WAIT - INSUUTi TODAYl 100 BANK PMAMCM8 CYAAAeU

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