Santa Cruz Sentinel from Santa Cruz, California on February 10, 1946 · Page 7
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Sunday, February 10, 1946 SANTA CRUZ SENTINEL-NEWS, SANTA CRUZ, CALIFORNIA PAGE SEVEN PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. S9S7 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Santa Cruz. In the matter of the Estate of FRANK McCORMlCK. Deceased. Notice is Hereby Given by the Undersigned. Effie M. Heins, Administratrix of the estate of Frank McCormick. deceased, to the creditors of. and all persons having claims against the said deceased, or said estate, to file them, with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the Clerk of the above named Court which said office is situate in the Court House in the Citv of Snnta Cruz in said County and State), within six months after the first publication of this notice made on the iOth aay of February, 1946. or to present and exhibit thwn, with the necessary vouchers, within said period, to the said Administratrix at the Law Offices of Rittenhouse & Rittenhouse, Room 4, Rittenhouse Building, in the City of Santa Cruz, County of Santa Cruz, State of California, which said last named-ff ice, the undersigned selects as the place of business in all matters connected with said estate. --' - EFFIE M. HEINS, Administratrix of the Estate of said deceased. Dated February 8, 1946. RITTENHOUSE & RITTENHOUSE. Attorneys for said Administratrix. Feb. 10-17-24, March 3-10 SEE WALTER H. OELLERICH Manager Insurance Dept. 18 PACIFIC AVE. PHONE 3241 HPJL SO Pacific Ave. Santa Cruz. Calif. tarry "THE INSUemX MAH" 9UL ESTATE. All UNES OF MSUMKf ACME J AIYITOUI AL SERVICE Floors Windows Kitchens Phone. 14-J-5 DR. W. E. SUMMERS Dentist RESUMING PRACTICE 69 Vine St. Phone 4110 SPORTSMEN ATTENTION! 1946 ANGLING LICENSES MILLER SPINNERS DU PONT NYLON LEADERS SKI EQUIPMENT ATHLETIC GOODS Ph. 4030 - 45 Pacific Ave. Auto Painting BODY AND FENDER REPAIRING ' at MOBIL OIL STATION 119 Water Street Across the Bridge PHONE 4102 Al, Bill & Dick AIL mss ' PIPE and STEEL FABRICATION Welding Repairs of Every Description PORTABLE SERVICE 230 Front St. Ph. 4116 (former location of Russell Rice) ENJOY RIDING OUR HORSES : Beautiful Trails Plenty of Horses and Saddles POGONIP STABLES GOLF LINKS ROAD PHONE 3159 SADDLE HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD i ! ti 7 f?tksr XL 56 LTJZt t Pacific PPfes4) Ave. O I FESWWHEEL O Drj TPeggy Ferris (Sentinel-New State Capital Bureau) Sacramento, Feb. 9 California's State Department of Justice is trying" to "arm" local peace officers to combat problems arising from the -great increase in Negro population and the return of Japanese-Americans. The weapon the department suggests is "a professional attitude" untinged by "prejudice". " The shipbuilding town of, Richmond was the crucible of a recent expsriment in relations between peace officers and members of minority groups. There a dozen policemen participated in a discussion course sponsored jointly by the local police department, the attorney general's office and the American Council on Race Relations. .So successful was the course that the. justice department, headed by Attorney General Kenny, has prepared a training manual, " A Guide to Race Relations for Police Offi cers," which is going out through the mails to police chiefs and sheriffs in Santa Cruz county and throughout California. The bulletin urges peace officers to shun use of derogatory slang terms designating members of minorities, to treat members of all races as equals and to avoid pre-judice as "the bastard child of fear and ignorance." . COLORFUL CONTEST? The election to fill the office of State Controller may prove a more colorful one than usual. . There are two reasons: 1. The field is now open for a newcomer as a result of the recent death of Harry B. Riley, who polled the biggest , Vote ever received by a PUBLIC NOTICE CERTIFICATE REQUIRED BY SECTION 24M CALIFORNIA CtVIL CODE NOTICE IS ilEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned have formed a partnership and are transacting business as copartners at N6. 174 Center street, Santa Cruz, California, under t:e fictitious name of f'B St V SPREADING CO." That the full, names of all the members of such partnership, &id their respective places of residence are as follows: ' . 1 Willard B. Barnhart, No. 2535 Delmer Street, Oakland, California; Bert ; Tuana, No. 142 Cedar Sireet, Santa Cru2, California: Cornelis Vis, No. 35 Blackburn Stre-;t, Santa Cruz, California: Cornelius Vis, Jr., No. 35 Blackburn Street, Santa Cruz, California. Dated: February 8. 1946. WILLARD B. BARNHART, BERT TUANA, - CORNELIS VIS. - CORNELIUS VIS, JR. STATE OF CALIFORNIA. COUNTY OF SANTA CRUZ ss. On this 8th day of February, 1946, before me, Ella L. Costella, a Notary-Public in and for the County of Santa Cruz, State ot California, Tesfding therein, duly commissioned and sworn, personally appeared WILLARD B. BARNHART, BERT TUANA, CORNELIS VIS, and CORNELIUS VIS, JR., known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the within instrument, and acknowledged to me that they executed the same. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal, in the said County of Santa Cruz, the day and year in this certificate first above written. ELLA L. COSTELLA. Notary Public in and for the County of Santa Cruz, State of California. My commission expires July 26, 1948. (Endorsed) Filed in. the office of the County Clerk, County of Santa Cruz, State of California. February 8. 1946. H. E. MILLER. Countv Clerk. By MATHILDA ROSSI, - - Deputy Clerk. Feb. 10-17-24, March 3 CERTIFICATE OF. PERSON TRANSACTING BUSINESS UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME Know all men by these presents, that I, ORA BEATRICE HEPLE, certify that I am transacting a general garage and automobile repair business at No. 301 Pacific Avenue, Santa Cruz. California, under the fictitious name of "HEPLE GARAGE"; that my -name in full is Ora Beatrice Heple, and that my place of residence is No. 276 Wal nut Avenue, oania cruz, wauiorma. Dated: February 7, 1946. ORA BEATRICE HEPLE-. ft LUCAS & WYCKOFF, Attorneys. , STATE OF CALIFORNIA. COUNTY OF SANTA CRUZ ss. On this 7th day of February jn the year one thousand nine hundred and forty-six before me, Loyd R. Miller, a Notary Public in and for the County of Santa Cruz, State of California, residing therein," duly commissioned and sworn, personally appeared Ora Beatrice Heple known to me to be the person whose name is subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that she executed the same. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal in the County of Santa Cruz the day and year in this certificate first above written. (SEAL) . . LOYD R. MILLER. Notary Public in and for the County . of Santa Cruz. State of California. Feb. 10-17-24, March 3 SMITH'S CHAPEL IRVIN M. SMITH, Funeral Director Licensed Since 1908 Woman Attendant 9 Cayuga St. j state official when he WOn the off- ice in 1938 and who would have been campaigning this year for his third term, and 2. The salary on the job has been boosted from $5000 to $10,000, a factor which should lure out more candidates. -' - If Rolland Vandegrift, legislative auditor, and a Republican decides to run for controller ' and he admits he's been thinking about it the fight should be worth watching. Vandegrift tangled conspicuously last legislative session with Assemblyman Ralph C. Dills (Democrat), who has since announced his candidacy. for state controller. Vandegrift favored a bill permitting "spot" audits of school district books by the state. Dills, a Compton school teacher, disagreed and accused Vandegrift on the floor of the assembly with overstepping his position to lobby for the bill. , - CENTURY-OLD SOUVENIR State Assemblyman Jacob Morton Leonard of Hollister is proud of a keepsake recently given him by a friend. The gitt was a campaign flag carried by the supporters of William Henry Harrison for president- and Levi P. Morton for vice-president. "The person who gave me the flag didn't know that Levi Morton was a great-grand-uncle of mine on my mother's side," Leonard said. Harrison, a Virginia Whig, served but one month as President. Inaugurated in March, "1841, he died" a month later of pneumonia, i- SHELLEY'S HAT State Senator John3 F.?l?Jack" pected. to toss his hat; in the ring soon as a candidate for Democratic nomination for lieutenant-governor. . . . The well-known labor leader has been carrying the ball for Republican Governor Earl Warren's proposal to extend benefits of the unemployment insurance system to cover periods of illness. BURGLARY CHARGE Arraigned in superior court Friday morning, Ray D. Newton, charged with attempted burglary, will appear in superior court again on Friday, February 15 to enter a plea on the charge. The court appointed Attorney Arthur Hoppe to represent Newton in the action. PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 9930 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Santa Cruz. In the Matter of the Estate of JAMES M. MILLER, Deceased. Notice is Hereby Given by t the Un- dersignedt Esther J, Miller, executrix J Ui LIU 1 li . . i. H 111 11 ICdUUHCUi Mltki.ki.KiA M. Miller, deceased, to the creditors of. and all persons, having claims against the said deceased, or said estate, to file them, with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the Clerk of the above named Court (which said office is situate in the Court House in the City of Santa Cruz in said County and State), within six monthsafter the first publication of this notice made on the 27th day of January, 1946, or to present and exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within said period, to the said executrix, at the law offices of Stanford G. Smith, in the Farmers and Merchants National Bank Building, in the City of Santa Cruz, County of Santa Cruz, State of California, which said last named office, theundersigned selects as the place of business in all matters connected with said estate. ESTHER J. MILLER, Executrix of the last will and testament of .said deceased. Dated: January 25, 1946. . STANFORD G. SMITH. Attorney for said executrix. Jan. 27. Feb. 3-10-17-24 NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 9949 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Santa Cruz. - In the matter of the Estate of KATE FLETCHER, Deceased. " Notice is Hereby Given by the Undersigned, Robert Bruce Fletcher, Executor of the Last Will and Testament and of the estate of Kate Fletcher, de- I ceased, to the creditors of , -and all per- sons having claims against the said de ceased, or said estate, to file tnem, with the necessary vouchers, in . the office of. the Clerk of the above named Court (which said office is situate in the Court House in the City of Santa Cruz in said County and State), within six months after the first publication of this notice made on the 10th day of February, 1946, or to present and exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within said period, to the said Executor, at the Law Offices of Rittenhouse & Rittenhouse, Room 4, Rittenhouse Building, in the City of Santa Cruz, County of Santa Cruz. State of California, which said last named office, the undersigned selects as the place of business in all matters con-! nected with said estate. i ROBERT BRUCE FLETCHER. j Executor of the Last Will and Testa- ' ment and of the Estate of said deceased, j Dated February 8. 1946. RITTENHOUSE & RITTENHOUSE. j Attorneys for said Executor. : I Feb. 10-17-24, March 3-10 ! Telephone 4307 Res. Phone 2272 ILIiIke rFcecM Y'.fly '.. , .. - ; t - wmm "$ if , i s . w " That sunspot on the upper left surface of the sun doesn't look very big, but astronomers at Mt. Wilson observatory, near Los Angeles, who made this picture say it's the largest in history and has a surface area of 5,600,000,000 square miles. The smaller spot at lower right is of about average Mystery Burglary At Isbel Grove Entering the house through a cut screen on the front window, a burglar ransacked a desk in the home of "Mrs. Alice Haas of Isbel Grove, sheriff's officers reported. The men investigating the case reported that nothing was missing although papers in the desk had been disturbed. The house entering occurred about midnight Thursday. ' ' " Although the female porcupine- is only about 3U incnes long, ner offspring are often 11 inches long. PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 9942 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Santa Cruz. In the matter of the Estate of HELEN VAUX TILLOTSON, Deceased. Notice is Hereby Given by the Undersigned, Elsie Northrup and Geraldine M. Hall, executrices of the last will and testament of Helen Vaux Tillotson, de-. ceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said de ceased, or said estate, to file them, with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the Clerk of the above named Court (which said office is situate in the Court House in the City of Santa Cruz in said County and State), within six months after the first publication of this notice made on the 3rd day of February.. 1946. or to present, and exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within said period, to the said executrices at the office of Wyckoff, Gardner, Parker & Boyle, room 421 Lettunich Building, Corner of Third and Main Streets, in the City of Watsonville, County of Santa Cruz, State of California, which said last named office, the undersigned selects as the place of business in all matters connected with said estate. Dated: February 3, 1946. 1 - t . - 1 : ELSIE NORTHRUP I t ? GERALDINE M. HALL ! - f. --Executrices of the las ? i - will and testament of. i ti '- " said deceased. -" WYCKOFF, GARDNER, - PARKER .& BOYLE, -Attbrneys for said ' Executrices. Feb. 3, 10, 17, 24; Mar. 3 AW SALARY Ae invite small business enterprises as well as larger ones to see us about loans for: payrolls, raw materials, inventories, modernization, expansion, adding new lines and every other constructive business purpose. We assure you of prompt action reasonable rates . . . freedom from red tape . ... and our full cooperation. (011)0 OfcsO MEMBERS FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION ' tillliipllti - x i Mi. ' 4 4 n i 1 size. Bottom picture shows a closeup of the sunspct. Although appearing like two spots, it is really one in the sense that each is a pole of single gigantic magnet. The spot is blamed for widespread Interference with radio and - wire communications. (AP Wirephoto) a r Rod And Gun Club jTo Meet Tuesday Santa Cruz Rod and Gun club will hold its regular monthly meeting Tuesday night at 8 o'clock in the -council chambers at city hall. Committee reports and discussion of numerous fish and game matters will constitute the evening's program. ; 1 Secretary-treasurer Mike Mofelli has warned members that their 1946 dues of $2.50yearly are now payable. . - . FEBRUARY TIDES 1 by U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey (Heights in feet) HIGH LOW 10 5:01 5.2 12:14 -0.2 19:14 3.5 23:24 2.4 11 5:57 5.3 13:18 -0.6 20:25 3.8 LOW HIGH 12 0:35 r 2.6 ' 6:56. . 5.5 14:12 -0.9 21:13 4.0 13 1:40 " 2.6 7:52 5.6 15:02 -1.2 21:58 4.2 14 2:34 2.4 8:46 5.6 15:47 -1.2 ; 22:40 . 4.3 15 3:30 ' 2.2 ' 9:37 5.5 16:28 -1.0 23:19 4.4 16 4:16 2.0 10:22 5.3 17 :04 -0.7 23 :55 4.4 17 5:01 1.8 11:10 4.9 17:38 -0.4 HIGH LOW 18 0:30 4.5 5:51 1.6 11:55 4 6 ' 18:12 0.2 19 1:03 4.5 . 6:38 1.5 12:43- 4.1 13:44 0.6 20 1:34 4.4 7:29 1.3 13:33 3.8 19:21 1.1 21 2:07 4.4 8:25 1.3 14:43 3.3 20:00 1.6 22 2:46 4.4 9:25 1.1 16:00 3.1 20:42 2.1 23 3:30 4.3 10:31 0.9 17:26 3.1 21:36 2.4 24 4:19 4.3 11:33 0.7 18:43 3.2 . 22:45 2.7 25 5:13 . 4.3 . 12:30 0.3 19:43 3.5 23:50 - 2.8 26 .; 6:04 4.5 13:19 0.O 20:28 3.7 : , LOW ' ;. HIGH 27 0:45 2 7 - 6:51 4.7 14:02 " -0 3. 21:08 3.9 28 ' 1:35 . 2.6 . 7:41 - 4.9 14:44 -0.6.-v: 21:43 4.0 The brightest U. S:t lighthouse in peacetime was at Navesink, N. J., with 9,000,000 candlepower. . ...TO MEET EVERY BUSINESS NEED County First Savings Bank mill lAJIIIIIIIItUfFB I 1 1111,11 III II II I 1 Washington. Business leaders say it's a good bet the next president of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States will be William Kenneth Jackson, 59-year-old Boston lawyer and business man. He is vice president and general counsel of the United Fruit company and a Democrat. The chamber's 57-member board of directors will choose a successor to Eric Johnston, Spokane Republican, as chamber prexy at the annual meeting in Atlantic City, April 30-May 2. Jackson has been on the chamber's board of directors nearly five years and has been one of its six regional vice presidents for three and one-half years. He now heads the Boston chamber. Born in' Denver, Tenn., he was graduated from the University of Florida, practiced law in Jacksonville and the Canal Zone. He was an army captain in World War I. BACK TO GOP? Madison, Wis. Senator Robert M. La Foliette, WisconsirTprogres-sive, may find himself back among the Republicans come St Patrick's day. The Progressive party of Wisconsin, which La Foliette helped found IFdDD-aD W3DI1 (BsnmmMe dDim . nnncpeaseafl IPirDtaett5im IT Avn2du SsoHes ILn San Francisco, Feb. 9 UP) The .Ford "Motor company has decided to gamble -on its chances to pro duce its way through the inflation period, -alts youthful president, Henry Ford II; asserted. He -: reiterated in a Commonwealth club speech that Ford was losing $300 a Car last November, with costs that ran $1051 to produce and sell a - car that had an OPA ceiling of $728. The company, he said, had three possible choices: 1. Close up shop. 2. Attack the OPA. 3. "Stick it out and do our utmost to produce." , To Battle Inflation In choosing the third alternative, he said: "It is our feeling that this country and the people in it and that includes especially the working men in this country face a great danger unless the production of goods can be vastly increased. "People have money. It is monev which can be thrown into a panic It is money which can rush hither and yon pushing up prices, creating black markets, blowing up the whirlwind of uncontrollable inflation. - , - r: - - , , : "The decision was made, . therefor, to take a very big gamble. We decided that we should do everything in the world that we could to, produce automobiles. It seemed to us that the greatest contribution we could make as citizens of a great country would be to get the assembly lines moving, to get out cars, to help meet the na tional threat of inflation which exists in free money that wants to buy but can't find the things to buy which the people want" . " Putting Profits Back v The Ford gamble, he said, in Costella & Company INSURANCE AGENCY takes pleasure in announcing : : the association of with John Battistini 23 LOCUST STREET i in 1934, will meet at. Portage,' ."Wis., March 17 to decide whether to re tain its identification or join one of the old-line parties. Most Pregressive leaders in Wisconsin indicate thev favor a rptnm j to the Republican party, which the jrrogressives lett 12 years ago. La Foliette is noncommital. GIFT HORSES Washington. Premier Stalin gave U. S. Ambassador W. Averell Harriman two fine horses when Harriman left Moscow for his round-the-world journey to the U. S. One is the charger which chief of the Red army staff, General Antonov, rode in Moscow's victory parade-in Red Square. Harriman will try to have the horses shipped to New York (at his own expense) when shipping becomes available. State department speculation is that Harriman may be named to a vacant assistant secretary of state job or may go to London as ambassador. STILL GONG STRONG Richland, Wash. The Dupbnt company has agreed to extend its contract for production of .atomic bomb materials at- the Hanford project beyond June, 1946, when it is due to expire. cluded taking "all of its war earnings and plowing them back into the business.. Every penny has been committed to the improvement and expansion of the plant, machinery. and facilities for the comfort and convenience of employes." As to ceiling prices, Ford said "we are assuming that the price ceiling problem will be solved. How big a gamble this is, we do not really know. "We may lose very substantially in 1946." - Ford noted the company founded by his grandfather could take the gamble only because it had built up reserves. "It has become somewhat unfashionable to speak of making profits, as if it were an un-American notion. Only out of profits can any established business get the NEW CHINA CAFE JIM SOO HOO. Proprietor Chop Suey - Chow Mein. Serving full course family style dinners. Orders, to take out.- OPEN SAT.. FEB. 9th 4 P. ; m to Midnight Beginning Saturday, February 16 we will be open from 11 a. m. to 1:00 a. m. and will serve full course American dinners, specializing; in a MERCHANTS LUNCH daily except TUESDAYS. 280 Pacific Ave.-Near Bowling Alley TERRINI Mr. Terrini will specialize in Life Insurance representing as agent THE NORTH AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY A complete line of insurance coverage including LI FE Fl RE CASUALTY AUTOMOBILE HEALTH and ACCIDENT -INLAND MARINE COSTELLA and COMPANY One official emphasized that it's an extension, not a renewal. He added it was being done "to permit the government adequate time to determine future policy and avoid disruption of the present operating program." The plant still is in full production. ' SOSO Washington. The tea was in full swing. A band played in the foyer. Around the tea table eddfied "diplomats, generals, congressmen, wives. Rep. Luther Patrick (D-Ala.) worked his way to the side of the hostess and asked: "Well, how are you liking all i this White House life?" ."Oh, so-so," said Mrs. Truman. SOLUTION Chicago. John R. Denst, an art student and former army technical Sergeant, has found what he be-! lieves is the returning GI's ans- I wer to the current suit famine. It's a : cloth-saving one-piece garment patterned after the army coverall. Sleeves and trousers are cuffless and the cloth belt is built in. Denst,,. who designed it, vows to wear the imiit'to art class some day, but admits ' his "courage ebbs and flows." ! fundT?orrresearch for 'better things i i nH Vit for i-a ' c- r f Anintr thincrc "Only "out of profits can come higheryiae .improved working conditions and new opportunities for employes." Nation Must Produce Commenting on the choice of producing its way out of its jam, Ford declared "It seems to us that the one promising road to peace and plenty is for all of us to pitch in and work." ; .. - He saw no gain in restrictive labor legislation, remarking ; ' ' "You cannot coerce great numbers of Americans into doing something they think is ' unfair and against their best interests. , "There is a big field for sound labor legislation, Dut it will not be written to coerce any group." NO STRIKE IN IRELAND Cork, Eire, Feb. 9 (JP) The first automobile produced in Eire since the war started rolled off the assembly line yesterday at the Ford factory, - which has an annual capacity of 10,000 vehicles. PHONE. 177 c WW - urn sA--j J :. . ' :' -'-...'

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