Daily Independent Journal from San Rafael, California on September 20, 1961 · Page 36
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3lttbrfirtibrnl-3)aurnal. Wed., Sept. 20, 1961 39 HOW TO PLAY r WINNING BRIDGE By ALFRED SHEINWOLD Embarrassing To Start With 9 Tricks And End Up With Only 8 Few things are more embarrassing than to start a hand with nine sure tricks and wind up with only eight. See if you can avoid this fate in today’s hand. North dealer Both aides vulnerable NORTH * K K * 5 0 6 5 3 * A K ) 10 7 3 west fast 4Q 10 9 4 A 6 5 3 2 ^ Q J 10 9 3 77 62 O A Q 9 8 ¿7 4 4 Nono 4 Q 9 8 4 SOUTH 4 A J 8 7 ty A 4 O K J 10 2 4 6 5 2 North Fa* Sooth West 14 Pass 14 Pa« 2 4 Pass 2 NT Pass 3 NT All Pass Opening lead — Q South was a careful player, so he thought before he won the first trick. If he won the first trick in his own hand he might never get back to cash the ace of spades. Avoiding the first trap, declarer won the first trick in dummy with the king of hearts. What next? It looked a bit complicated, but South thought he could save time by leading out dummy’s ace of clubs while he thought things over. This time saver cost him the contract. TO CONTINUE? How can declarer continue? If he leads the jack of clubs from dummy, East refuses the trick. Then the king of spades must be 6aved in dummy as an entry to the rest of the clubs. This means that South never wins a trick with the ace of spades. Start over again. You must win the first trick in dummy with the king of hearts, cash the king of spades and then lead the jack of clubs from dummy. This assures the contract. If East refuses the first club trick, his best defense, you lead the ten of clubs to make him take the queen. You still have a club in your hand to reach dummy for the rest of the long suit, and you have the ace of hearts in your hand as entry to the ace of spades. You are sure to win two spades, two hearts and five club tricks. It doesn’t really save time to play first and think later. Do your thinking first. DAILY QUESTION: Dealer, at your left, bids one club. Your partner doubles, and the next player 'passes. You hold: A 6 5 3 2 V 7 6 2 ♦ 7 4 * Q 9 8 4 What do you say? Answer: Bid one spade. The weaker your hand, the more important it is to respond to your partner's takeout double. For SheinwoUTs 36-page booklet. “A Pocket Guide to Bridge,” send 50c to Bridge Book. Independent-Journal, P.O. Box -330. San Rafael. Legal Notkw \ / 'icmm - - - y • - • v-.v J % : NEW HOME PLANNED FOR AMERICAN LEGION POST When the county schools office moves to the civic center in Santa Venetia, the Legion post plans to occupy the building and rent out office spaces. Plans for the $62,000 project were prepared by Hille and Associates of San Rafael. The Legion post now meets at the Veterans of Foreign Wars hall in Santa Venetia—near where the school’s office will be when it moves to the civic center. This is architect’s conception of American Legion Building to be built by Wilkins Post of San Rafael where building housing offices of county schools department now stands at Fourth and Union Streets. The building will be an enlargement of the present one, and will include six offices measuring 1,200 square feet each. legal Notices Molesting Case Back On Calendar The case of Leland Rose, 53. Larkspur apartment house owner convicted of molesting a 6-ycar-old girl, was back on the Marin Municipal Court calendar for sentencing today after two psychiatrists reported he is not a sexual psychopath. Superior Court Judge Richard M. Sims Jr. referred the case back to the lower court Monday after receiving the report from Dr. Samuel T. D. Anderson of San Rafael and Dr. Theo. Miller, superintendent of Napa State Hospital. Howard K. Morehouse. Attv. NOTICE TO CREDITORS i In the Matter of the Estate of ! BERNARD O. ARNOLD, also known as BERNARD OREN ARNOLD and B •‘DUTCH” AR| MOLD, Deceased. I No. 14143. Notice is hereby given bv the I undersigned WILMA M. ARNOLD, as Administratrix of the Estate of I BERNARD O ARNOLD, also known as BERNARD OREN ARNOLD and B. ‘DUTCH” AR- j NOLD, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims j against the said decedent, to file ! them, with the necessary vouch- i ers. within six months, after the i first publication of this notice, in the office of the clerk of the Superior Court of the State of California in and for the Countv of Mann, or to present them, with the necessary vouchers, within six months after the first publication of this notice to the said Admin­ istratrix at the office of her attorney. HOWARD K. MOREHOUSE. Cheda Building. San Rafael. California, the same being her place of business in all matters connected with the estate of BERNARD O. ARNOLD, also known as BERNARD OREN ARNOLD and B. "DUTCH” ARNOLD. deceased. Dated: September 11. 1961 WILMA M. ARNOLD, Ad­ ministratrix of the Estate of BERNARD O. ARNOLD, also known as BERNARD OREN ARNOLD and B. “DUTCH” ARNOLD, deceased. HOWARD K, MOREHOUSE Cheda Building. San Rafael, Calif. Attorney for Administratrix GEO. S. JONES. Countv Clerk No 1125— Sept. 13, 20. 27, Oct. 4, 1961. ^NOTICE OF NON-RESPONSIBILITY I will not be responsible for any debts or obligations contracted by GEORGIA ANN NEWTON on or after Wednesday, September 13, 1961. Dated: September 13. 1961. ROBERT O NEWTON No 1133—Sept. 15, 16, 18, 19, 20, 1961. DAILY CROSSWORD 23. Novice ACROSS 3 ash better I bout, in ime Juplike ipoon hdiaa loins Beginning lenutne ima 11 do g English >eer Moslem •uler Nothing tind of nuffin iaughty 3 &hlavi’a roimtry >c*ert »henome- Lggy hill tshed de 4. Bui W ess onion 5. Owns 6. To obscure 7. Suspend 8. Public notices • France 20. Snare 16. Appropriate 18. Sphere 19. Region 20. Group of workers 21. Before (prefix) 22. Mine entrance fvar.) 24. Emperor of Russia 25. Re­ sem­ bling a wren 27. Perish 31. Becomes sullen 32. Pile 34. Winglike 35. Motcsing charts 36. 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Squirrels are fat and healthy, a sharp contrast to a scabies outbreak that worried naturalists in Yosemite last spring. Coyotes, so lean and vicious after a hard winter that hikers complained of being nipped while in sleeping bags at Glacier Point, likewise are plump. The omnivorous bear, which will eat just about anything, never seems to thrive so well as in a good acorn year. “And it will surprise many,” says Douglass Hubbard, chief naturalist, “to know that the California jay thrives and multiplies best when he can munch an acorn frequently in his day of darting and squawking about the camps.’’ Deer depend heavily on acorns and when hunger drives them elsewhere are likely to batter down fences and other obstacles to eat sprouting oak trees, thus emulating the fabled killing of the goose that laid the golden eggs. Animals dependent on acorns include California acorn woodpecker, squirrels, chipmunks and jays. Bear and deer love them. Night prowlers also get in on the feast. Mice come out at night during harvest season. There is an acorn weevil, with a long grotesque beak that permits it to drill far down to plant its eggs. There also is an acorn moth. The Stellar jay is quit« an oak tree planter; he buries acorns and forgets their location, hence an oak springs up. The California acorn woodpecker is worthy of special notice. He stores acorns promiscuously and often they are stolen by other animals and jays. Even the Indians looked for the woodpecker storage holes. “Lately,” says Hubbard, “the woodpeckers are so busy storing acorns you can hear rat- tat-tat pounding resound throughout the valley, especially in the still of early morning.” Also bandtail pigeons, which are seen at no other time, flock in for the acorns. Hubbard tells of a single power pole with 500 acorns stored by woodpeckers. “Once,” he said, “a resident found 40 holes in a roof that had to be repaired because hungry squirrels smelled acorns buried there by woodpeckers, and went right through the shingles to get them.” There has been an inclination to blame the dearth of acorns on the dry cycle, says Hubbard, but the large crop in this driest of all recent years destroys that theory. , “Like many other phenomena of the flora and fauna in our parks,’” he said, “there is a lot we have to learn. But we are delighted—and so are the animals and birds—that the acorns are again abundant. “If the native Indians still were living in the valley they too, would be rejoicing, for a sour but h i g h 1 y nutritious acorn meal was a staple of their*. A festival similar to our obwrvanft of Thanksgiving Day ftfi thtlr grafting of a good toon harvest" Wm t * '•%a. ' ' 1 MERCURY MONTEREY FOR 1962 A total of 12 models, including the custom four-door hardtop shown here, are offered in the new Monterey standard and custom series. Cars have been lengthened one inch over last year, but wheelbase remains at 120 inches. Extended lubrication and fuel filter cycles are featured. Cars will be shown at E. Bugna, Inc., San Rafael and Larry Brink Motors, Inc., Mill Valley on September 29. Legal Notices William G. Phoenix, Atty. Henry M. Jonaa, Atty. NOTI c F t O CREDITORS In the Matter oi the Estate of FRIDA KOTHE. Deceased. No. 14111 NOTICE Is hereby given by the undersigned executor of the last will and testament of the above- named deceased, to the creditor* of and all persons having claims against the said decedent, to file them, with the necessary vouchers. within six months, after the first publication of this notice, in the office of the clerk of the Superior Court of the State of California in and for the Countv of Marin, or to present them, with the necessary vouchers, within six months atfer the first publication of this notice to the said executor at the law offices of HENRY M. JONAS. 704 Market Street. San Francisco, California, the same being his place of business in all matters connected with the estate of the above-named deceased. Dated: September 5. 1961. * CARL H. KOTHE. Executor of the last will and testament of the above-named deceased. HENRY M. JONAS 704 Market St.. San Francisco. Calif., Attorney for Executor Date of first publication: September 6. 1961 GEO. S. JONES. County Clerk No. 1099 Sept. 6. 13, 20. 27. 1961 Ackerman, Johnston, Johnston At Mathews, Attys. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 14138 In the Superior Court of the State of California in and for the County of Marin. In the Matter of the Estate of FANNY B. COTTLE, Deceased. * NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the creditors of the above: named decedent that all persons having claims against the 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 the law office of William G. Phoenix. 3060 Broadway. Redwood City. California, which is the place of business of the undersigned In all matters pertaining to the estate of said decedent, within six months after the first publication of this notice. DATED: Aug. 28. 1961. , s WALTER BENJAMIN COTTLE, Executor of the last Will and Testament of Fanny B Cottle, deceased WILLIAM G. PHOENIX 3060 Broadway Redwbod City, California Telephone: EMerson 6-8401 Attorney for Executor. No. 1071 Aug. 30, Sept. 6, 13, 10, 1961 1962 DART STATION WAGON assist handles and luggage rack and electric tail-gate window. Models will go on display at Nave's Dodge showroom in Novato on September 28. Dodge’s pew Dart line offers 13 four-door station wagon models. Optional equipment includes chrome 1962 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS COUPE The new high-performance Oldsmobile Cutlass in the F-85 series offers sporty, all-Morocceen interior and contoured bucket seats. The center sports console shown here is an optional, extra-cost feature. An ultra-high compression 185-horsepower engine is standard equipment on Cutlass coupes and convertibles. On display at Scripture Oldsmobile showrooms in San Rafael on Friday, September 22. Loqqj Notices Legal Notices William R. Talley, Atty. NOTICE OF PROBATE In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Marin. In the matter of the Estate of VERNON DALE LANG, also known as VERNON D. LANG, Deceased. No. 14172 Dept. No. 2 Notice of time *et for proving Will, etc., and Application for Letter* Testamentary. Notice is hereby given that a petition for the probate of the will of VERNON DALE LANG, also known a* VERNON D. LANG, deceased and for the Issuance to DOLORES ELAINE LANG of let- ten teetamentary thereon has teen tfiedjn ttt* Court, tod that Monday, th* 9nd day of A.D., 1961 at 10 o’clock A.M. of said day, at the courtroom of said Court, Dept. 2 at the Court House, in the City of San Rafael, has been set for hearing of said petition, when and where any person interested may appear and contest the same, and show cause, if any they have, why sajd petition should not ifer to particu ___ also includes a petition for a de- be granted. Re further ............. petition for ticulars. Said petition cree establishing fact of death. GEO S. JONES. Clerk By H. Hudson, Deputy Clerk William' R. Talley 101 Casa Buena Drive, Corte Madera, California Telephone: WAbash 4-3078 Attorney for Petitioner FILED Sept. 15, 1961 GEO. S. JONES, County Clerk *. M, Ml. Belvedere Planners Will Meet Monday Belvedere planning commissioners will hold an adjourned meeting Monday at 8 p.m. in the community hall to continue review of the city’s single-family residential zoning ordinance, according to chairman George Goddard. Commissioners met Monday in a preliminary' discussion of the ordinance, requested by the city council after a complaint by Corinthian Island residents that the ordinance was being violated. Walter McGovern, Burton McGovern, Atty*. NOTICE OF PROBATE In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Marin. In the matter of the Estate of SANTINO DELL’OCA, Deceased. No. 14171 Notice of time set for proving Will, etc., and Application for letters Testamentary. Notice is hereby given that a petition for the probate of the will of SANTINO DELL’OCA, deceased and for the issuance to ANGELO DELL OCA of letters testamentary thereon has been filed in this court, and that Monday, the 2nd day of October, A.D., 1961 at 10 o’clock A.M. of said day, at the courtroom of said Court, Dept . 2 at the Court House, in the Ctiy of San Rafael, has been set for heading of said petition, when and where any person interested may appear and contest the same, and show cause, if any they have, why said petition should not be granted. Refer to petition for further particulars. GEO. S. JONES. Clerk By Geo. Gnoss, Deputy Clerk (SEAL) Walter McGovern Burton McGovern 625 Market Street, San Francisco, California Attorneys for Petitioner FILED Sept. 15, 1961 GEO, S. JONES. County Clerk By Geo. Gnoss, Deputy No. 1144—Sept. 18, 20. 25, 1981 Morrison, Foerster, Holloway, Shuman Si Clark, Attys. Leqol Notice W. H. Thorpe and Currie, Lebsack, Hannig Si Ferrari, Attys, NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 14130 In the Matter of the Estate of PHILLIP HENRY HILLEBRAND, alias, Deceased. NOTICE is hereby given by the undersigned BELLE LOWE, Ad­ ministratrix of the Estate of PHILLIP HENRY HILLEBRAND, also known as PHILLIP H. HILLEBRAND. PHILLIP HILLEBRAND and PHIL HILLEBRAND. deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said decedent, to file them, with the necessary vouchers, within six months, aftet the first publication of this notice, in the office of the clerk of the Superior Court of the State of California in and for the County of Marin, or to present them, with the necessary vouchers, within six months after the first publication of this notice to the said BELLE LOWE, Ad­ ministratrix, at the law offices of CURRIE. LEBSACK, HANNIG & FERRARI, 525 Marshall Street, Redwood City, California, the same being the place of business in all matters connected with the estate of said PHILLIP HENRY HILLEBRAND, also known as PHILLIP H HILLEBRAND. PHILLIP HILLEBRAND and PHIL HILLEBRAND, deceased. Dated August 28, 1961. , s BELLE LOWE, Administratrix of the Estate of PHILLIP HENRY HILLEBRAND, deceased. W. II THORPE and CURRIE, LEBSACK. HANNIG Sz FERRARI 525 Marshall Street, Redwood City, California. Attorneys for Administratrix. GEO. S. JONES. County Clerk No. 1076 Aug. 30, Sept. «, 18, 10, 1961 . . ... vm NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL No. 14159 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Marin. In the Matter of the Estate of HERBERT E OLNEY, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, IRENE KATHERINE OLNEY has filed herein a petition for probate of the will of the above- named decedent and for issuance of letters testamentary thereon to said petitioner, reference to which is made for further particulars, and that the time and place of hearing the same has been set for October 2, 1961, at 10:00 o’clock A.M., at the courtroom of said Court, Department 2, at the courthouse in San Rafael, in said Marin County. Dated: SEPT. 8. 1961. GEO. 8. JONES, Clerk By H. F. HAEGELIN, Deputy Clerk MORRISON, FOERSTER, HOLLOWAY, SHUMAN Si CLARK Eleventh Floor, Crocker Building San Francisco 4, California Telephone: GArfield 1-5670 Attorneys for Petitioner FILED: SEPT. 8, 1961 GEO. S. JONES. County Clerk Bv H. F. HAEGELIN, Deputy. No. 1111—Sept. 13. 15, 20, 1961. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ENGAGE IN THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Subject to issuance of the license applied for, notice is hereby given that the undersigned proposes to sell alcoholic beverages at the premises, described as follows : W S Sir Francis Drake Hwy., Opp. P.O., Lagumtas, Marin County, California Pursuant to such intention, the undersigned is applying to the Department. of Alcoholic Beve-age Control for issuance on original application of an alcoholic beverage license tor licenses» for these premises as follows: ON SALE BEER AND WINE BONA FIDE PUBLIC EATING PLACE Anyone desiring t« protest the issuance of such license is» may file a verified protest with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control at Sacramento, California, stating grounds for denial as provided by law. The premises are not now licensed for the sale of alcoholic beverages. The form of verification may be obtained from any office of the Department. /*/ CASS IE * EDW. Fo. H09 Sept. 90, 1961 SIMMONS < General» No. 34667 SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MARIN MARSHALL DILL, JR, Plaintiff vs. PAMELA FRANK A U DILL. Defendant. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, To the above named Defendant: You are hereby directed to appear and answer the complaint of the above named plaintiff filed in the above entitled court in the above entitled action brought against you in said court, within TEN days after the service on you of this summons, if served within the above named county, or within THIRTY days if served elsewhere. You are hereby notified thaS unless you so appear and answer, said plaintiff will take judgment for any money cm * damage* demanded in the complaint as arising upon contract, or will apply to the court for any other relief demanded in the complaint. Dated Aug. 25, 1961. (SEAL) GEO S. JONES. Clerk , s By G. WING, Deputy Clerk No. 1155 Sept. 20. 27, Oct.4.11,1961 259470 9066-3 NOTICE OF INTENDED SALE Notice is hereby given that Arthur K. Lear Si Joseph C. Lear, copartners, intended vendors, whose address is 23 Broadway, City of Fairfax, County of Mann, State of California, intend to sell, and Wm, W. H&nscom Jr. and Elvin F, Andrade, copartners, intended vendees, whose address is 23 Broadway, City of Fairfax, County of Marin, State of California, intend to purchase that certain retail drug store operated under the firm name and style of Fairfax Pharmacy situated at 23 Broadway, City of Fairfax, County of Marin, State of California, a general statement of the character of the merchandise or property Intended to be sold being as follows: drugs, drug sundries, furniture, fixtures and equipment and accounts receivables. The purchase price or consideration will be paid at the hour of 10 o’clock A.M. on Monday, the 2nd day of October, 1961 at City Title Insurance Company, 160 Sutter St., S.F. Dated at Fairfax. California. /*/ ARTHUR K. LEAR, Intended Vendor. No. 1156 Sept. 20, 1961 Hardin, Fletcher. Cook Sz Hayes, Attys. NOTICE OF HEARING No. 14176. In the Superior Court of the State of California in and for the County of Marin. In the Matter of the Estate of EUNICE LANDO, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that ELLIS A. LANDO, as Executor of the Will of the above-named decedent, has filed herein his Petition for Probate of Will and for Letters Testamentary, reference to which is made for further particular», and that the tlms and place of hearing the name has been set for hearing on October 2, 1961, at 10:00 a.m. in the Probata Department of said court at the Courthouse in the City of San Rafael, California. DATED: THIS 19TH DAY OF SEPT., 1961. GEO. 6 JONES Clerk of the Superior Court Bv P. WARNER, Deputy. FILED: Sept. 19, 1961 GEO S. JONES, County Clerk Bv F WARNER. Deputy HARDIN, FLETCHER, COOK Si HAYES 1956 Webster Street Oakland 12, California Attorneys for Executor No. 1157 Sept. 20. 22, 27. 196! Freitas. Allen, McCarthy A Bettinl, Attys. NOTICE OF PROBATE No. 14175 In the Superior Court qf the State of California, in and for fha County of Marin. In the Matter of the Estate of CHESTER A. De LANCEY, also known as C. A. DeLANCEY. M.D., and sometimes known as CHESTER ARTHUR De LANCEY, Deceased Notice of Time Set for Proving Will, etc , and Application for Letters Testamentary. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a petition for the probate of the will of CHESTER A. DeLANf CEY, alias, deceased, and forth* issuance to ETHEL De LANCET pf letters testamentary thewon has been filed in this Court, and that Monday, the 2nd day of Oca tober. AD. 1961 at 10 o'clock AAf. of said day, at the courtroom of said Court. Dept. 2 at the Court House, in the City of San Rafael, has been set for hearing of said petition, when and where any person interested may appear and contest the same, and snow cause, if any they have, why said petition should not be canted. Refer to petition for further parttcular*. (SEAL* _ , OEQ. s . JONES, Clerk. By G eo . Deputy Clerk. FREITAS. ALLEN. McCarthy a bettint Attorney* for Petitioner 960 Fifth Avenue, San Rafael, California FILED: Sept. 19,4961 _

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