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December 15, 1939

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PAGE TWO DISPATCH DfeMOCRATj UKL^H.. CALIFORNIA DISPATCH-DEMOCRAT B. A. COBER . POBLISHKB PttblUhed Each rri4 »r at UO EMt SUndley St^ Ukiab, Mendocifio Coanty, CaUfornU SVBSOBIPTION BATBB* Per Year fa^O Three Month* 1.S0 'OBfi Stonth .$ M ... am Six Months Single Copies t<> Kon-Subscrlber^ 10 cents Conunerolal Advertbinf Bates: Readers, aoc per line Insertion, 15c per line each subsequent Insertion. Readers set to 7 potot type, which is the body of this newspaper. LEGAL NOnOB NOTICE OF SALE BV ADMINISTRATOR OF REAL PROPERTY In the Buperloi' Court of the State of California In ond for the County of Mendocino. In the Matter of the Estate of MARY KETCHUM, Deceased. No. 6477. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned Administrator of the Estate of Mary Ketchum, deceased, will sell at private sale to the highest bidder for cash and subject to conftrniatlon by said Superior Court, on Tuesday, January 19. 1940, at the hour of ten o'- clocli a. m., or after said day, at the law office of J. W. Klngrcn, in the Preston Building, in the City of ITklah, County of Mendocino, State of California, all the rijifht, title, interest, and estate of the said Mary Ketchum, at the time of her death, and all the right, title, and interest that the said estate has by operation of law or otherwise acquired other than or in addition to that of the said Mary Kefchiim at the time of her death in and to that certain parcel of land particularly described as followa, to-wlt: That certain lot or parcel of land situate In the Cit.v of Point Arena, County of Mendocino, State of California, and being particularly described as follows, to-wlt: Commencing at the Northeast corner of the lot belonging to Albert Andrae, and known as lot 5 in block 3 as described on the ofriclal map of the town of Point Arena, County of Mendocino, Stale of California, now on record in the County Recorder's office at Ukiah, In said Count.v and State, thence running in a westerly direction or Dourse along the northern boundary line of said lot 5, distant 146 feet to lot known as the T. J. Roseman lot. now owned by Matilde Mazetta and Charles Palmer; thence northerly along the eastern boundary line of said Roseman lot, now owned by said Matilde Mazetta and said Charles PaJmer, distant 39'/i feet to an iron stake, thence easterl.v in a direct line lo Main street, distant 146 feet, Hiul thence southerly along the western side of Main street. In the said town of Point Arena, distant 38V.i feet, to the said place of commencement. The same being a part and portion of lot 4 In block 3 of the said town of Point Arena. Reserving from this description however, a certain right of way, for the benefit of the owner of said Charles Palmer lot, and his heira and assigns, to be used by the owner of said Palmer lot, for the purpose of hauling wood, etc., to and from the back yard of a portion of said lot 4, block 3, upon which no improvements Is now erected thereon. Terms and conditions of sale: Cash In lawful money of the United States of America, ten per cent of the purchase price to be paid on day of sale, balance on conflrmation of sale by the Couit. Dated: January 29. 1939. ». C. SMITH, Administrator of the Estate of Mnrv Ketchum, deceased. J. W. KINOREN, Attorney for Administrator. dec 1,8,15 Holiday Trade Carries Seals The annual Christmas Seal Sale is now on and Christmas seals and Christmas posters remind the public of its obligations to stamp out tuberculosis. The work is financed In Its many branches by the sale of the seals, which the Chrliimas trade carries In great numbers throughout the land. The 193? Christmas Seal was designed by^Rockwell Kent, American artist, writer and lecturer. It pictures an angel with arms outstretched, and Is printed ,ln red, white and blue. A large double-barred cross is prvmlncntly displayed on the tea!. A feature of the 1S3S sheet of 100 seals is the four center "slogan seals" which bear the message: "Health to All," "Protect Your Home From Tuberculosis," "Holiday Greetings" and "Tuberculosis is Preventable and Cureable." Miss Nita Ronco Laid to Rest in Hopland Funeral services for Miss Nita Konco, 17, were held from the Hopland Catholic church Monday, December 11, at 10:00 a. m., the Rev. Father Roger Anderson officiating. Interment was in Hopland ccme- tc>-y. Tho Rosary was recited from the Cleland-Schamber Funeral Home Sunday, December 10, at 8:00 p. m. Miss Ronco passed away in Ukiah Saturday morning, December 9th. Deceased was one of eight children of Mr. and Mre. John Ronco of Hopland. Surviving relatives include the parents and the following brothers and sisters: Oscar, Henry, Fred, Jean, Mary and Georgina Ronco, and Eleanor Roaettl, all of Hopland. LEGAL NOTICE 0£RTIFIOATE OF TRANSACTING BUSINESS UNDER FICTITIOUS NAJTE I DO HEREBY CERTIFY: That my full name is Jack R. Smith and that my place of residence is 103 South State Street, Ukiah, California; that I am transacting business at Room 3, Marks Building, Ukiah, Mendocino county, California, under the fictitious name of MENDOCINO COUNTY CREDIT BUREAU, and that I am the solo owner of said business. Dated: November 20, 1939. .lACK R. SMITH. State of California, County of Mendocino, ss. JACK R. SMITH, being first duly sworn deposes and says: that hp la the person named in the foregoing certificate; that he has read said certificate and knows the contents thereof; and that the same is true of his own knowlcde-e. ,IACK R. SMITH. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 29th day of November, 1939, a notary public in and for the County of Mendocino, State of California. WTIX VAN DYKE, My Commission expires April 2, 19-11. dec 1,8,15,22 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CRBSMTOBS In the Superior Court of the State of California in and for the County of Mendocino. In the Matter of tho Estate of MARY KETCHUM, Deceased. No. 6477. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned Administrator of the Estate of Mai-y Ketchum. deceased, to the creditors of. and all persons having claims against the said dr- ceascd, lo tile their claims with the necessary vouchers within six months after tho flr .Mt publication of tills notice. In the olTice of the Clerk of tho Superior Court of tho .State of California in and for the County of Mendocino, in the City of Ukiah. County of Mendocino. State of California, or to present said claims with the necessary vouchers within six months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at the office of J. W. KIngren. In the Preston Building, In the City of ITklah. County of Mendocino, State of California, which said office the undersigned selects as his place of busl- Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Anderson of Potter Valley were in U- klah on business and a shopping trip Tuesday. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER-S SALE OF REAL ESTATE ON FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE In tho Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Mendocino. JOSEPH POMA and ELIZABETH POMA, Plaintiffs, vs. ROBERT S. WILLIAMS and LYDIA WILLIAMS, Defendants. No. 13598. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, issued out of the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Mendocino, on the 11th day of December, 1939, in the above-entitled action, wherein the above-named plaintiffs obtained judgment and decree on the 11th day of December, 1939, which said judgment and decree was on the 14th day of December, 1939, entered and recorded in Judgment Book No. 20 at page 227, (to which judgment and decree reference is hereby made), I am commanded to sell at public auction all the following described premises, situate, lying, and being in the County of Mendocino, State of California, and described as follows, to-wit: Commencing at the Northeast corner of the State Street and Clara Avenue In the Town of Ukiah City, and running thence Northerly along the East line of State Street, 60 feet; thence Easterly and parallel v/ith Clara Avenue, 125 feet to tho West line of the lot of Lawrence H. Pitman; thence Southerly 60 feet to the North line of Clara Avenue: and thence Westerly along tho North line of said Clara Avenue, 125 feet to the place of beginning, together with all and singular the tenements, hereditaments, and appurtenances thereunto belonging, or in anv wise appertaining. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Thursday, the 4th day of Januaiy, 1940, at 1:30 p. m., at the East front entrance of the Court House of the County of Mendocino, in tho City of Ukiah, in said County of Mendocino, State of California, I will. In obedience to said order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, sell the above-described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment with interest and cost and expenses of sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash. In lawful money of the United States. Dated this 14th day of December, 193i). W. H. BRUNNEB, Commissioner appointed by said Superior Court. dec 15,22.29 DISPATCH CLASSIFIEDS PAY! nesa in all matters connected with the said estate of Mary Ketchum, deceased. Dated: December 1. 1939. D. C. SMITH, Administrator of tho Estate of Marv Ketchum, Deceased. 3. W. KINGREN. Pieston Building, Ukiah, California, Attorney for Administrator. dec 1,8,15,22 ORCHESTRA AND BAND TO GIVE CONCERT TWO hours dally are being spent by the Ukiah Union High School band and orchestra to polish up for their fall concert, this JWday evening at 8 o'clock, under Vtie lead^ ershlp of Robert Sharp, music dl rector of the school. Instruments have been polished and the stage is set for a program to entertain both young and old with such famous pieces as selections from Edward Orelg, Christmas melodies beloved by everyone, and many others. The program Is as follows: Ukiah High School Band D'Narrator, Overture Buchtel Danube Waves, Waltz Ivanovich Scenes That Are Brighter, from "Maritana" Wallace Ernst Neahauai Trombone Selection of Melodies Orelg VMah High School Orchestra Selections From the Bohemian Girl Balfe Bercuse, From Jooelyn ..Oodard Ruth Kasch, Violin Melody Charles E. Dawes Polka Llewllyn Keith Leonard, Trombone Ukiah High School Band Light Cavalry, Overture...Von Luppe My Old Kentucky Home, fantasia Goldman Rodney Paobii, Clarinet Christmas Rhapsody Lang Carnival of Venice Holms Jack Jacobs, Tmmiiet Kilaina, Hawaiian Patrol Stewart Tickets are on sale by all band and orchestra members. Workman Falls 20 Feet, Escapes Injury —»—— I Ivar Olson Mendocino carpenter, dropped 20 feet, landing on his head and shoulders and escaped serious injury. Olson lost his balance while working on a scaffolding at the new Russian Qulch bridge and tumbled to the ground, 20 feet below. He was rushed to Redwood Coast Hospital where examination showed painful, but not serious injuries. DISPATCH CLASSIFIEDS PAY! LEGAL NOTICE RESOLUTION OF INTENTION TO SELL REAL PROPERTY Whereas, tho Ukiah Union Elementary School District, as successor to the Willow School District and the Ukiah School District, is the owner of an unspecified and undetermined Interest In and to certain real property situated in the County of Mendocino, State of California, more particularly described as follows, to-wit: PARCEL ONE: COMMENCING at tho southeast corner of M. Harbert's land; running thence West along line separating Harbert from E. Wellcr 22 rods; thence South 14.7 rods; thence East 22 Rods to the center of tho road; thence North along the center of the road to the point of beginning, containing two acres, more or leas. PARCEL TWO: COMMENCING at the northwest corner of the lot on which the Willow District School House stands and belonging to said Willow School District; thence West 40 feet; thence South and parallel with the lot of said School District 260 feet; thence East 40 feet; thence North along the line of said Willow District 260 feet to the point of beginning. On which said real property there exists certain buildings formerly used for school purposes In said Willow School District prior to the date said Willow School District was consolidated and merged with the Ukiah Union Elementary School District, and Whereas, said real property and tho buildings thereon is not now and wiW not in the future be needed or required for public use or for school purposes, and Whereas, it is the intention of the undersigned Board of Trustees to sell said real property, together with tho buildings and improvements thereon under and pursuant to the provisions of Section 6.190, and following of the School Code of the State of California, now, therefore, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Trustees of the Ukiah Union Elementary School District in regular open meeting this day assembled: 1. That it does hereby resolve and declare its Intention to sell all the right, title, claim and interest of said Ukiah Union Elementary School District as successor to said Willow School District and said Ukiah School District In and to the real property above described, together with the buildings and improvements thereon. 2. That the minimum price upon which such sale will bo made is the sum of $500.00, payable in cash upon delivery of the quitclaim deed of said Ukiah Union Elementary School District to said property. 3. That a public meeting of this Board of Trustees be held in the Ukiah Grammar School at its regular place of meeting on the 10th day of January, 1940, at the hour of 7:30 o'clock p. m. on said day. at which said meeting sealed proposals for the purchase of said property upon the terms hereinabove sot forth will be received and considered bv STild Board of Trustees. ADOPTED in open meeting this ]3th day of December, 1939, by said Board of Trustees voting as follows: Aye, four; No, none; Absent, one. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, these presents have this da.v been signed by said Board of Trustees, or by a majority thereof. H. V. LA PORTE, EDNA 8. KASCH. .V OHE8SAI-L. L H. OBAWFOBD. Approved ns to form: ,1AMRS E. BUSOH, As District Attorney of Mendocino County. dec 15,22,29 'FRroAV. DECEailBER 15. 1939 Mafi^ildt Is Lihe^ of Fbrtoi' Westiii^ IIL^ Zone German aii|c)iihe ^tohnehi' «f«V«r wide arc* of Uo|iliig terrain from inside Westwall pillbox. These small concrete forts are buill at half-mile intervals on frontier. /^HIEF difference between the ^ French Maginot Line and the German Westwall, or Siegfried Line, lis that th^ one is a continuous string of underground fortresses, while the other comprises an entire fortified zone. France's defense line can i>e' entered far behind the front lines. From sunken roads, underground galleries lead deep into the earth to the two billion dollars worth of subterranean chambers in the Maginot Line. Roofed vwith .steel and ' concrete, the forts are built to withstand barrages of heavy bombardment. Each contains a gymnasium, movie theater, hospital, mess hall, tank garage and airplane hangar. The forts are stocked with food, water and munitions, and are connected by subterranean railroads. Increased air pressure keeps oiit gas. Pillboxes atop the underground forts are so 'spaced that cross-fire by machine gunners in the towers protects each from infantry advance. Artificial hills and camouflage hide them from attacking forces. • • • (GERMANY'S Westwall is no ^ line of forts. It is a deep fortified zone, a broad ribbon of land running through vine­ yards, hamlets, rolling mountains and valleys. It includes three complete lines of defense. The deeper an enemy penetrates into the thick belt, the harder the going becomes. Germany takes advantage of the terrain of the country to build and space her defenses. Only light pillboxes and some block-houses are set rdirectly along the Rhine. Heavier fortifications are located higher up and big-gun placements are set well back in the ridges of the forest regions. Here, too, are used mutually supporting strong points with interlacing arcs of fire. Heavy machine guns and 75 mm. field guns spray the ground subject to attack from pillboxes. Behind these, and connected by underground tunnels, are subterranean barracks that could Quarter an army of 500,000, secure from gas and shells. Farther ito the rear are balloon barrages, anti-aircraft batteries end fields for fast pursuit planes. Even the manner of tank defense differs. The French use "asparagus" beds of upright steel rails to hamper mechanized units. The Germans have built endless rows of tombstonelike concrete blocks designed to trap and wreck the tanks. LOCAL Classified Ad Rates I time !. 10c per line 3 times «fc pe{ line 6 times 30e pef tine Count 6 Words to the Line Minimum Charge SOc ' • TOft SALE For That Difficult Xmas Present COME IN AND LET US HELP YOU SELECT THE ALWAYS APPROPRIATE FURNITURBJ— the lasting gift always appreciated. Ukiah Furniture Co. State & Smith Free Delivery EOR SALB>—All kinds of good apples; bring container. Ixilonis Bros., Redwood Valley, phone 18 Y 3. 69t3p TYPEWRITERS FOR XMAS — Shop where you can see them all, large or small, now or used, some as low as $8.50. The Woodstock Typewriter Agency, 136 Kentucky St., Petaluma. The largest and most complete stock in the Redwqpd Empire. Our representative will be In Ukiah December 18; If interested In any particular make of nwchine let us hear from you and we will have a sample, no obligation; terms if desired. 68t4o Sadio Clearance Sale! CONSOLES it. C. A. »12.66 Majestic 7.60 Sterling 10.00 Airline _ — 11.7H Airline, like new 22.50 • Orosley — —. — 5.75 TABLE MODELS Phllco _._ _ Phlico PGR RENT —S-rm. ti|irn. house. 531 No. State. Phllco Airline ...... Pada $29.75 19.75 22.50 8.60 7.60 These radios are overhauled In our shop and carry new radio guarantee. Merk Radio Shop "The Shop of Service" Opp. Theatre Ukiah 68tfo XMAS PUPPIES! Lovely ped. Pomeranians, toys and coach, bargains. See them at Konoch Kennels, % mi. Fort Bragg Rd., Willlts. 67t3o FOR SALE —Home on No. Bush St., 1% acres, well and city water, family orchard, plenty walnuts and almonds. Mrs. A. Tomlinson. Gen. Del. 68t6p FOR SALE—Black oak wood, $3.50 del. 308 Mason St., phone 607. 12-7mo FOR SALE—Cheater White brood sows and pigs. Vallandigham Ranch, Potter Valley. 46tfc COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT NEW CASES FILED December 5, 1939 CivU Case No. 13602—Joe Berry vs. Arthur Raymond White et ux: Complaint tiled through Attorneys Burke & Rawies, seeking a decree terminating a purchase and sale agreement entered into by the parties on June 16, 1939. Probate Case No. 6487—Estate of George H. Harman: Petition for letters of administration oi- to set aside to widow filed by Hattie Harman thru Attorney John B. Harman, Esq. Petitioner alleges that deceased died on Nov. 14, 1939, leaving estate consisting of real and personal property not exceeding $2500 in value. Hearing on petition set for December 15, 1939. December 8, 1939 Probate Case No. 6488 —Estate of Tina Haehl: Petition for probate of will" filed by Grant Bridges through Attorneys Burke & Rawies. Petitioner alleges that deceased died on Nov. 25, 1939. leaving a will dated Oct. 9, 1939, in which petitioner is named as executor; that said estate is of the estimated value of $13,160. Hearing on petition set for December 22, 1939. Decemiier 7, 1939 Civil Case No. 13603—Louis F. Hanson vs. Laura Hanson: Complaint for divorce filed through Attorneys Norman Johnson, Esq., and Thomas & Thomas, Plaintiff alleges that parties intermarried on Sept. 12. 1937, and separated on Sept. 26, 1937; that no children have been born the l.ssue of said marriage; that there is no community property, and that on the 26th day of September, 1937, the defendant deserted and abandoned plaintiff. Plaintiff asks for a decree of divorce only. Case No. 13604—Blanche Gross vs. Clifford Harrison Gross: Complaint for divorce filed through Attorney George A. Faraday, Esq. Plaintiff alleges that parties intermarried on August 3, 1929, and separated on October 16, 1939; that no children have been l)orn the issue of said marriage; that there is certain community property, and that defendant has been guilty of extreme cruelty towards plaintiff. Plaintiff ask.s for a decree of divorce, for the award of all the community jroperty and for a reasonable allowance for her support and maintenance. Case No. 13605—^T.'G. Hinton vs, T. L,. Stevens and Walter F. Grant: Complaint filed through Attorney Charles Kasch, Esq., wherein plaintiff seeks Judgment in the sum of .$2444.00 for property damages and personal injury alleged to have been sustained by plaintiff in an automobile collision on the 16th of September, 1939, on the Redwood highway near Laytonville. Probate Case No. 8489—Matter of Termination of Joint Tenancy Interest of John Silva Correira: Petition filed through Attorney Geo, A. Faraday, Esq., seeking to terminate Joint ten- ancv interest and hearing thereon fixed for Dec. 22, 1939. COURT PROCEEDINGS D<!ceniber 1, 1939 Probatti Tormitiation of Joint Tenancy of Vclma Harris: C. M. Mannon op- poinlod inheritance tax appraiser. Termination of Life Estate of Martha A. Bean: Same order. Estate of Carrie M. Lewis: Final discharge of administrator is granted. Estate of Joseph Balenovlch: Final discharge of executor granted. Guardianship of Archie Lewis,,. Reynolds: C. M. Mannon appointed I filed. lores Johnsot): Surety bond of $2000 substituted. Guardianship of Frances Jean White: Hearing of fourth annual account continued to Dec. 15, 1939. Estate of John T. Busch: Account filed and noticed for Dec. 8, 1939; matter of filing account dropped. Estate of Hanna Niemi: Second and final account approved and distribution ordered to Urho, Uno and William Niemi. Estate of Chris Norgard: Hearing of account of operation of Hotel •Sterling for month of Oct., 1939, continued to hearing of final account. Estate of Till Rodoni: Entire estate set aside to surviving wife, Eva May Rodoni. Estate of Prosper Frank Hontou: Continued to Deo. 15, 1939, to file account. Estate of Louise M. Harned: Continued to Dec. 15, 1939, to file account. Estate of Lulu E. Turner: First and final account submitted for settlement. Estate of Matti Juntilla: Hearing of first and final account continued to Dec. 8, 1939. Adoption of Warren Cloud Anderson; Decree of adoption granted. Estate of Fred C. Waugh: Sadie J. Waugh appointed administratrix with bond of $3,500 if surety, otherwise $7000, and family allowance of $50 per month granted for 90 days from date. Estate of Adele Ghiossi: Antonio Ghiossi appointed administrator, bond $200 if surety, otherwise $400. Civil Anna H. Kaare vs. Juhl Peter Kaare: Sot for trial Jan. 2, 1940. Ruth Stenberg vs. Independent Order of Odd Fellows: Action dismissed on stipulation of attorney.s. Edith D. Holly v.s. Richard Holly: Referred to J. E. Pemberton as referee to take the testimony and report to court. Cathryn Pinches Fitch vs. Walter Eugene Fitch: Report of eferee filed and matter submitted for decision. Oswald J. Pyorre vs. Harvey E. Zimmerman ct ux: Report of referee filed. Simon A. Ca.sabonne vs. Simon L. Guidi: Demurrer overruled and defendant granted ten days after notice to answer. Muriel Arthurlno Hansen vs. Carl Jack Hansen: Final decree of divorce granted. R. M. Anderson et ux vs. L. O. Johnson et al: Decree of foreclosure granted for $371.08 and Harry Falk appointed commissioner. Gio Corso ot al vs. R. R. Byrnes: Order lo show cause discharged. Gertrude Sieving et al v.,. Vito Bologna ot nl: Hearing of motion for now trial set for Jan. 5, 1940. Vivian Staley vs. J. A. McClurken: Set for further trial on Dec. 11, 1939. Frank Letner vs. Merle Lotner: Matter submitted for decision. Carroll B. Rusco vs. Clara F. Sagohorn et al: Demurrers of H. L. Pieston and Charles Parks withdrawn and ten days granted to answer. Frances Folkins vs. Paul E. Felkins: Sot for trial Dec. 8, 1939. Prank Davidson vs. Ukiah Farmers' Club: Demurrer argued and submitted for decision. Veta Dawn Rinkel vs. Louis Eugene Rinkol: Hearing of order to show cause continued to Dec. 8, 1939. Irene Branscomb vs. Amos Branscomb: Hearing of order to show cause continued to Dec. 8, 1939, and restraining order to remain in force. Criminal Matter of James Wallace on Habeas Corpus: Continued to Dec. 2, 19.39, for further proceedings. People vs. Lorenzo E. Gschwend: Motion to set aside information granted and new information ordor- FOR SALE—Black seed oats, 2c per lb. Inquire Laughlin Ranch 5 mi. N of Calpella on Redwood highway. ll -20mp SOCIAL STATIONERY — With name and address printed on paper and envelopes, as low as $1.80 per box. Redwood Journal. tfX EMPLOYMENT WANTED— Married man for genl. ranch work, no children. Box 334, Redwood Journal. 68t3c LOST AND FOUND LOST—On gram, school grounds, girl's tan coat. Finder return to Journal office; reward. 67t3c LOST—Chev. wire wheel, new tire and tube, bet. Ukiah and Redwood Valley, Dec, 11. Reward. Ret. Mrs. E. J. Meyers, Redwood Valley. 69t3c LOST—Small, black leather covered loose leaf collection book. Reward. Return to Ben's Barber Shop, Hotel Cecille, Ukiah. 68t3c sole appraiser. Guardianship of Iris Anderson: Final discharge of guardian granted. Guardianship of Virginia Do- 59.10. People vs. Frank lAwrence: Plea of not guilty entered to charge of violatW of Section 261 Penal Code (rape) and set for trial Jan. 29, PRINTING—letterheads, envelopes, cards, booklets, programs, trespass notices, etc, rubber stamps, sales booics. For first class work and prompt service bring your printing business to The Redwood Journal, Ukiah tfx County Boys at Hamilton Field FOR SALE— 4 brood sows to far­ row soon; 1 boar; 3 large barrows, Inq, Donald Weger, ph, 222. 68t3o FOR SALE-30 head of Jersey milk cows, some fresh, some springers. Fred H. Clark, Willlts, ph. 16F21. 66t6p FOR SAL.E—300 8-mo. old W. L. pullets, all laying, $0.00 doz. Inquire Poultry Producers, phone 263, ll-23mp SOMETHING NEW —Personalized paper cocktail napkins, luncheon napkins, dinner napkins, guest towels, with your name printed on them; $1.50 set. See samples at Redwood Journal. 64tfc FOR SALE—CoUection of over 4000 different foreign stamps, already mounted; Ideal Xmas gift; real bargain at $25. Foster's Store. 67t3o FOR SA£E OR RENT - Fixtures in grocery store, 415 No. Stct^e St., Ukiah, including large refrigerator, meat slicer, scales, cash register and all other equipment. Inquire A. Bon, Bon's, 24 Valley St., Willlts. ll -20mc FOR RENT — Mod. 4-rm. furn. house. 544 Dora Ave. 67t3p FOR RENT —4-rm. apt., no bhll- dren, no dogs. 80O West CWy St., Ukiah. 87t»t> FOR RENT—2-rm. furn. apt., bath, gar. 536 No. State St. OStOp FOR RENT—Unfurn house. So4 S. State St. 68t3c FOR RENT — Cottage, with bedroom, toilet, bath, kitchen, hot and cold water, gas, lights, etc. Reasonable rates, week or month. Redwood Auto Court, 621 South State St. 68t8p. FOR RENT—2-rm. furn. apt. 214 Norton, 3 blocks from business district. 56tfo • WANTED TO BUY WANTED—For cash, all kinds of livestock. F. H. Clark, ph. 16? 21, Willlts, Calif. Il-a7mp WANTED —Stock ranches, large and small, stocked or otherwise. J. A, Waidteufel, Ukiah, Calif. ll-30mc WANT EMPLOYMENT WANTED—House or yard work by hour or day. Geo. Price, 'Elk Horn. 68t8p • MISCELLANEOUS BABIES OR SMALL CHILDREN taken care of by day or month in nurse's home; can give highest recommendations; rates reasonable. For information ph. 333. 62tfo 1938 DRY WOOD —4-foot lengths $5 per cord, 2-foot lengths $6.50, le-ln. lengthn $8. Odell Ranch, Ukiah. 10-2mc BOOK MATCHES— Order through the Redwood Journal. Fine selection, of covers to choose from. Phone No. 1, a representative will call. 7tfc Faris H. Whitney, son of Mayor and Mrs. W. F. Whitney of Willlts, spent the week end with his parents. He was accompanied to Wil­ llts by Ward Branch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hall of Laytonville. Young Whitney enlisted in the United States air service some time ago with Ward Branch and R. N. Davison, Jr., both of Laytonville. They are all stationed at Hamilton Field, Marin county, and liave been assigned to their permanent groups after passing their final examinations. Whitney is now attached to the 5th Air Base Squadron, Ward Branch to the 7th Air Base Headquarters squadron, and R. N. Davison, Jr. to the 9th Bombardment squadron. All three of the county boys will continue to make their headquarters at Hamilton Field in Marin county, where each will specialize in some department of government work. • Mrs. E. J. Cooper of Hopland was a visitor in Ukiah Tuesday. DISPATCH CLASSIFIEDS PAY! People vs. Elmer Lerqy Clark; Hale McCowen appointed counsel for defendant and continued to Dec. 5, 1939, for arraignment on charge of grand theft. December 2, 19S9 CivU John Toretta et al vs. Walter Carlson et al: Matater argued and submitted for decision. Criminal Matter of James Wallace on Habeas Corpus: Continued to Dec. 7, 1939, for further proceedings and amended return to petition. People vs. Lorenzo E. Gschwend: Defendant arraigned on new information charging manslaughter. Motion to set aside Information submitted for decision. ' Decenther 4, 1939 CivU William S. Ray et al vs. Mercantile Acceptance Corp.: Trial in progress. Criminal People vs. Lorenzo E. Gschwend: Motion to set aside information denied. Pica of not guilty to charge of manslaughter entered. Set for trial Jan. 8, 1940. and Jury venire of fifty drawn. TRESPASS NOTICES — Protect your property during Are and huntingseasons. Use trespass notices printed at the Redwood Journal. Prices: 6, $2: 12. »2.50; 25, $3.50; SO, »5; 100, $8. Cab at office, or phone or mail your order, tfx Emergency Call for Judge W. D. L. Held An emergency call from Judge Donald Geary of Santa Rosa Monday was responded to by Judge W. D. L. Hold in double quick time. Judge Geary found he was disqualified In a case in which the Jury was already impaneled and coiu-t in session. The call came to Judge Held at 12:15 o'clock and he was presiding in the Sonoma court at 2 p. m. The case was held Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and postponed by Judge Held until Monday, that he might return to Ukiah for Naturalization Day. DANCING CLASS registration now. Helen Averell, ph. 510, Classes open Sept. 27. 45t3c Dine and Dance THE AURORA at Nice, Lake County's most. exclusive dining and entertainment center. Orche.^- tra music nightly. Popular prices. Parties solicited. Phone Nice 411. 3-27-3»yc THE PAYING WAY IS THE CLASSIFIED WAY! Workmen G>nfess Theft of Tools stealing tools from one lumber company and going to work with another, William Park of Los Angeles, and Joseph Hutchinson of Nevada, were caught by Sheriff E. L. Williams near Branscomb last week and confessed to tho theft before Justice of the Peace Cletus Byrnes in Mendocino City. They were sent to jail for 60 days. The men confessed to the theft ot a cross-cut saw, four wedges and a sledge hammer from a coast lumber company and were working at a camp in the northern part of the county when captured. Information Department For Quick Results PHONi GARAGE Authorized Buick sales and service. All makes 23J cars given expert and prompt attention. CMC trucks. U. S. Tires. A trial will satisfy you. WEBER BUICK CO., 209 South School St. INSmANcFoFTu^ yiO Occidenlcl Life Insurance Company — local I 4 v agency. Life, accident, sickness, annuities. Let us help you get protection. FRED A NASSIE, 111 West Perkins St., Ukiah. A fine selection of diamonds, watches and »"0"'T jewelry. Also a nice selection of inexpensive gifts and party prizes. We maintain one of the finest watch repair departments. Repair work guaranteed. ROBERTS & BOWERS. 106 West Standley St., Ukiah. Calif. 1082 TYPEWRITERS Woodstock Typewriter Agency, Frank B. Temes, factory representative, 136 Kentucky St., Petaluma, phone 1082. All makes, standard and portable, sold, rented, repaired, exchangedi Adding machines handled. Word left with Redwood Journal will reach us. FOR BB ^-4Coi% in.oiiibdtn^ state St. Inq. 416 ito. Maiu fit. i ffltac FOR RENT—Furn. 3-rm. cottage. I 643 Walnut Ave., ph. 421. 69t3o SARATOGA SPRINGS solicits your M patroifBge for dinners and card parties; open all year. Phone or write Saratoga Springs, I..ake Co. 10-23t3mo Auto Loans nd Contracts rewritten. Payments reduced. Cash at once Y'tether your car la paid for or not. Strictly confidential. No OO' signers. See Mr. McC^RTBR, at Frank H. Rein's 3rd and B Sts., Santa Rosa. e -12tfa

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