Ukiah News from Ukiah, California on May 17, 1956 · Page 8
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Ukiah News from Ukiah, California · Page 8

Ukiah, California
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Thursday, May 17, 1956
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TAGE EIGHT The Ulriati News—Thursday, May 17, 1956 Ordinance On City Manager Ready for Okay By Council The city manager ordinance has had Its first reading by the council and can be adopted by a simple .majority vote. It will become effective within 30 days after passage providing protests In petition form are not filed with the council during the final IS days before the effective daie. If protests are made the council must call an election on the proposal. The ordinance closely follows the Coronado Model, with minor changes being made to make It Conform with Ukiah's ordinance byntcm. ( Other business: i Discussed the civil service ordinance and the problems of establishing a proper job classification system. The council's appointment of a civil service commission member was delayed a week. Requested ordinances regulating heavy truck parking from several cities. FUNERALS and OBITUARIES GIULIO VALEBI Funeral services for Glulio Val eri, 73, Redwood Valley, were held Tuesday from St. Mary of the A.n gels Catholic church with Rev. Ia- adore Kennedy officiating. Inter ment was in the Ukiah Catholic cemetery. Rosary was recited Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the Zimmerman Mortuary. Mr. Valcrl, who died Saturday, May 12, was born in Mendrislo, Switzerlnnd. He came to San Francisco In 1907 and was married to his wife, Rosa, who survives, In 1918. In 1927 he purchased a ranch In Redwood Valley and the family has resided there since. Survivors, in addition to his wife, include a daughter, Dorothy Pnssarino, Healdsburg; a brother, John Valeri, and two sisters, Maria Giiirrnl and Picrlna Patcchi, all of Switzerland. Pallbearers were Jot Giboli, Charles Testa, Joe Figone, Bert Pasquali, Charles Paraccini and Andrew Moreto. Ukiah Minister to Visit Bakersfield \ The Rev. Arthur H. Wallace, pastor of the Ukiah Methodist' church, will be the guest preacher fet the annual home-coming at Trinity Methodist church In Bakersfield on Sunday, May 20. During Reverend Wallace's mln- Jstry at Trinity, 1945 to 1950, the church built a large children's educational building. Accompanying the Wallace on the Bakersfield trip will be their daughter, Lillian. " The Rev. A. L. Baker, of the Hopland Methodist church, will fill the pulpit In the Ukiah church. He is a retired minister from the Southern California conference of the Methodist church. Estate of $243,134 Is In Joint Tenancy, Except for $10,765 > The estate of Mrs. Maria F. •Greenberg, held mostly in tenancy $vith her husband, Al Greenberg, •yell known Willlts businessman, is valued at $243,134.45 in an Inventory and appraisal on file in the superior court. Mrs. Greenberg died Nov. 18, 1955. ' The estate includes $157,000 In J oint tenancy real property and 75,369.45 in joint tenancy personal property. Also listed is real f roperty valued at $10,500 and ersonal property listed at $265. ATTENTION! For your convenience Danlels- Harlowe are now open 'til 9 every..Frlclay. DANIEIiS-HARLOWE Your Pun tiuc-CarilUac Dealer 1080 North State St. HO 2-6600 HEMORRHOIDS TREATED WITHOUT SURGERY OR TIME LOSS Dr. Paul Johnston, D, C, who recently completed post-graduate! work in proctology, states that I hemorrhoids are responsible for many reflected pains and func-j tlohal disorders, as well as local] discomfort, Hemorrhoids can be corrected! by a non-surgical procedure. This! technique, hemorrhoidolysis, enables the patient to remain on the Job while under treatment. This has proven to be a highly successful method of treatment and most convenient and comfortable for the patient. Dr. Johnston's office is located, at 461 North State street, Ukiah, telephone HOmeatead 2-5493. —Adv. EVERETT PRESNALL Last rites for Everett Presnall, 25, Redwood Valley, who died Thursday, May 10, were held in Columbia, La., his birthplace. Mr. Presnall, p.n employee of the Hollow Tree Lumber company, had resided in this area a year and one half. Survivors include his wife, Esi- telle;' a daughter, Laura E. Presnall; two brothers, Harris Lee Presnal', Ukiah, and John W. Presnall, Monroe, La., and a sister, Gertrude Garrett, Winnifield, La. Local arrangements were made by the Zimmerman • Mortuary. DAVID J. ARTESEROS Funeral rites for David J. Arteseros, killed Sunday, May 13, when his motorcycle collided with a car near Boonvllle, were held in San Bruno with interment in Golden Gate National cemetery. Local arrangements were made by the Zimmerman Mortuary. Two sisters of Mr. Arteseros, Gloria Harrison and Carol Arteseros, reside in Fort Brogg. $115,000 Bond Issue Will be Voted on By Water District Voters of the Willow County Water district will vote on a $115,000 bond issue June 19 with the money designed for improvements in the district. A simple majority of registered voters In the district i.s required for approval. The proposed improvements include a 200,000 gallon reservoir tank, three new pumps at the present well site and installation of" moro than 8,000 feet of water mains. 'Mock War' Ga ^T Scheduled Sunday A spectacular show is to be pVe-. sented in the hills five miles south of WUlits Sunday, May 20, just off highway 101, to the east. It will be a "Company in the Attack," an assimilated combat operation. Flame throwers, blank ammunition, smoke and explosives will give the affair the complete effect of actual combat. The members of the local reserve unit, Co "K" 362 Inf Regt. will take part in this "mock war,' which is in commemoration of Armed Forces day. Four to Conclave The Ukiah Chapter of the International Footprinter association wll send four delegates to the state convention May 31 and June 1-2 in Sacramento. Attending will be Swan B. Sjoberg, chapter president-elect; Joe MoschPtti, Orly Vinson and Lee Trowbridge. Ukiah Hi-Lights BY OEKALD NEWTON The newly-formed Ukiah High School Commercial club held its primary meeting for organizing and electing officers on May.9 in room 211. The new club includes students who are taking any business subject, such as typing, LyJe Thunen, one of the club advisors. The club meetings will be at •noon in room 211 on Wednesdays. St. John to Direct Horse Show At Fair Al St. John, Vallejo, who. managed the 12th District fair't horse show last year, has been hired to direct the event for a second time. The fair will be held Aug. 9-12. The show for local horsea is to be Saturday afternoon with quarter horse races that night and open class show and races Sunday afternoon. MRS. GREGORY HERE Mrs. J. N. Gregory, of Camas, Wash., arrived in town Saturday for a visit of two weeks' with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Scott, and her grandchildren Becky and Greglyn. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS! Delmer AUsup, Jr., 1107 North Oak Street, a senior at Ukiah High School has returned to class­ es after he was Involved in an accident with his motorcycle south of Laytoitvlll^ last week. Delmer received a broken shoulder among cither things. ' Hey. cool-cats, did. you dig "Dig" yet ? Translated, into English, have you read "Dig" which Is a teenager's magazine, yet? If not here's a hint from your reporter: Do so at once. This is a magazine for teenagers, only, mainly because we teenagers are the only ones that can understand Juvenile jive, on the serious side, make a special trip and pick up a copy soon. I know that you'll be glad you did. Lots of hints for high schoolers. (Political Advertisement) Political Advertisement shorthand, or bookkeeping. The school's commercial teachers serve as advisors. I At the first meeting, Kay Cunninghame was named president. The new president will have Mary Cambra as her vice president; Darlene Fister, secretary; and Lois Garner, treasurer. At the business meeting, the group decided that funds collected from activities would serve to finance the club, and that there would be no membership dues. Plans are being formulated for a dance, according to SECOND BOY FOR OGLESBYS Mr. and Mrs. N. V. Ogiesby became the parents of a boy Monday at Ukiah General Hospital. He has ben named Don Lee, weighed in at 8 pounds, G ounces, and has one brother, 4-year-old Keith. POTTER VALLEY SPRING FESTIVAL Sat.- Sun. May 19-20 STUDENTS! WIN CASH $65 Awards for Book Cover Drawing and Slogan — Enter Now. Get Your Entry Blank From Your Grocer or Your Ukiah Valley Milkman Ukiah Valley Creamery 323 North Main Street Phone HOmestead 2-3342 WE LIKE Paul Poulos for Supervisor Because HE GETS THINGS DONE! 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