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LL HEAR ERE f • Dr. S. L Wcrrert To Tell of Political Significance . . PoUticBl significance of ntomic energy will be described to local alumni of the University of California at a luncheon meeting honoring President Robert Gordon Sprbul on January 16 in the Pal.^co Motel. ' The spealcer will be Dr. Stafford L.'Warren, former medical director of tlie Manhattan atom bomb project recently appointed dean of the University school of medicine at Los Angeles. He and Professor John D. Hiclts, chairman of the history department at Berkeley, will accompany President Sproul on the latter's annual tour of alumni throughout the state. Dr. Warren, was rosportsibli. ior protecting. all' personnel working orithe atom bomb and later served on a. mission sent to Hiroshima arid Nagasaki to study the effects of the bombs dropped on Japan, last summer he served "as head of the radiological safety task force during the atomic tests at Biliini atoll. He was awarded the distinguished service medal for his outstanding role in development of the bomb. Before the war, Dr. Warren pioneered the "fever treatment" technique for curing infections and also made important contributions to canter researeij. A graduate of the University of California, he was professor of radiology at the University of Rochester school of medicine before being called to military duty. Mendocino Counfy's Pidneer Newipaper DISPATCH-DEMOCRAT OFFICE: IQi Bast Standley St. Published for 78 tYearr V Weelcly-Pt9q<t ofMendocIno County Mewi aty, Rilral and County News From Every . Section of Mendocino County DISPATCH-DEMOCRAT: Phone Wdah Number O—NI-B VOLUME LXXDC UKIAH,'MENDOCIN|bjCOUNTY. CALIFORNIA. FRIDAY^ JANUARY 2, 1948 Ukiah Sets New Hish GOONTY IS READY In Christmas Lighting FOR DIMES MARCH Bottani Held On 2 Charges Fort Bragg Man Charged Wifh Theft, Wife Beating JBruno Bottani of Fort Bragg was held- to answer on charges of burglary, and wife beating, after his. preliminary hearing before' Justice W. S. Van Dyke. . The burglary charges come from the theft of a kitchen range from the Simmons estate in Fort Bragg, which. oecuri:ed in March, 1846. Deputy .'Sheriff Reno Bartolomie • recently-Ibca ted the'range in the hpfne of the family to which Bot] tani had sold it for $65. The, wife beating charge fol- lovired; Bottjini's attack on his estranged wife at & Caspar dance on the. night of December 13, J where she had gone with a party of-friends. According to information given the sheriff's office, Bottani had on several occasions ad- miniistered physical punishment upon Mrs. Bottani. Ukiah Lions Club's Sreatest Christinas Ukiah Lions have marked up .their 1947 party for children of the community as the niost successful effort in 9 long list of surh affairs over a period Of years, with more than 800 boys and girls in attendance at the show in the high school auditorium where Santa Claus distributed gifts of candy and fruit with a iavish hand. 'In the afternoon packages were delivered to 88 homes where tiiere were shutins, th<i Antone Truck Lines furnishing a truck and driver to transport Santa and his load in his trip throughout the city. Finally, however, the highwaj patrol was called on to take part of the burden and Officers Stine- hoff and Stuitz v/ent south ol Ukiah as far as the &urke hill section, scattering Christmas chieei cnroute. Tlie total number of children made happy crowded close to the • 2000 marlt before the day was over. The Ukiah Garden Club's first post-war contest of displays of Christmas decorations was so successful that the judges had no easy task in correctly appraising the work of the participants. ' Following the first announcement that the contests would again be undertaken, homes, gardens and lawns began their night blooming as early as mid-December, and the number multiplied with, every passing day. The territory included all of Ukiah and Talmage and the state highway from the Forks north of town to the BoonviUe road Intersection on the south, and the Talmage road. The judging took place Friday and Saturday nights' of last week, with the following results: ' Outdoor Lighted Tree* First, Harold Zimmerman, 518 North Bush street, completely lighted 60-foot .flr. Second, Henry Spurr, 334 Jones street, tree with lights, tinsel and ornaments. Third, Bruno Pallini, the Forks, solid blue lights topped by red star. Indoor Window Displays First, Fern Faas, 204 North Bush street, picture window of cld- fashioned tree. Second, Richard DeKeno, 407 West MUl street, unusual lighting, i-eminiscent of Dickens' Christmas Carol. Third, Paul Hansen, 512 Mill street, solid silver, tree with indirect lighting. Original Outdoor Display First, L. J. Gibson, Oak and Smith streets, arrangement . of strung lights on porch and win- jlovys. Second, J. R. Thomas, 700 West Clay streiit, unusuallighting Of tall trees, topped with blue star. Third, George Portlock, 388 South Dora street, brilliaritly deco.' rated berylwood. Business House Displays First,' Studebaker. Garage, new coup6 wrapped in cellophane, and gorgeous tree. Second, Esther's Shoppe, window arrangement in red. Third, Bunt Cox Garage, old- fashioned tree with Christmas theme throughout showroom. Honorable mention is given to Wiliam Davis of Talmage, for huge blue star atop his home; Weber Buick Agency and Evely's Kitchen, for'distinctive trees; two homes in Yokayo Heights, for red tree and a .Santa Claus in window; Western Union Telegraph, for winter scene portraying communication service. Ukiah Chamber of Commerce provided judges of the contest. HansonFined For Gun Play Boonville Man On Probation; Suspended Jai! Sentence It cost Bill Hanson o.{ Boonville $500 to flourish a rifel in a rude and angry manner, ^Justice H. J. June of Anderson township assessing a fine of that amount last week after Hanson had pleaded guilty. Hanson's trouble stemmed from a fight he had With Val Le Mastis. at Boonville; on the night of December 17. After the fight, Hanson went away and came back armed with a 30-30. rifle and entered the Trac!^ Inn. Patrons of the bar disarmed .him after a struggle,. during which the gun was discharged acouple of times. No one was hurt. •• • The episode'brought a call to the sheriff's office and ^Deputies Ransdell, Witter. and . Heryford went over. Undorsheviff Ransdell placed Hanson 'vhder' arrest. Along with his'^600 .fine, Hanson 'waa given a- 6-month suspend-' ei^ jail sentence; and put on probation lor OTie year; during which tinie ihe must jkeep/.clear of en- tanglemiimts. . NUMBER 13 Victims Dec. 23 Wreck Identified Veteran Newspaperman interred Here Monday Masonic graveside services were held at the Ukiah Cemtery Monday afternoon for Francis Leroy Perkins of Santa Rosa, following rites held in that city from the Welti Funeral Parlors. The Ukiah Funeral Chapel was in charge of the local arrangements. Mr. Perkins, son of the late J. E. Perkins, was born in XJkiah in 1874, and was a grandson of A. T. Perkins, who came to Ukiah in 18S6. Francis Perkins was a veteran newspaperman and was employed \)y the Santa Rosa Press Democrat at the time df his death, Sunday, December 21, LOCHENS ARE IN SEATTLE Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Lochen have gone to Seattle, Washington for two weelis combined business and pleasure. Lociien is in Seattle to investigate treatment methods used there. He is one of the staff (it Mc-idocino State Hospital, The two men killed the night of December 23 in a collision. north of Layntnville between an Inter- City truck ind a sedan, were Marshall H. Bowles and Carl Gustafson. The latter was reported immediately alter the wreck as probably the brother of Marvin Soper of Spy Rock, wno was critically injured. The men were employed by the Miller Wood Products of Jackson Valley. Robert Dickson of San Francisco, driver of the truck, was unhurt. It was at first, believed the Soper brothers. Marvin and Clyde, were the two men in the car with Bowles and that it was Marvin who was killed. Clyde Soper was not with the party. At the weekend Marvin. Soper was still alive at Howard Memorial Hospital at Willits. Mr. and Mrs.-Orville Coleman, with Ljinettvi aftd,' > Orville, • and George Coleman. Wlotdred to Lodi for the holiday^.,with Mrs; Colemans' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. HiUman. Campaign to Open • January 15 Through Next 15 Days The annual March, of Dimes, spearhead of the fight-against infantile paralysis,, will be held throughout the nation January 16, 30, It was annoilnced here today by F. 8. Haintlton of Willits, state traffic officer and 1948 March' of, Dimes chairman for Mendocino county. f. "The cost of fighting; polio htfp, skyrocketed," Mr. Hamilton sni^^ in pointing out that rising prices: and mounting polio incidence haff.ci placed a tremendous burden o^: the resources of the National; J'oundation for Infantile Paralj^rj sis, which this year celebrates th'? tenth anniversary of i its founding by Franklin D. Roosevelt. Mr. Hamilton's March of'Dimes; committee is setting up the ma-' chinery which, it is hoped, wUI make the 1948' appeal ([i record demonstration of ' tl^s areas interest In helping the; stricken children of America along-the roadto health. 'JEvwy phase.of.commimity-life will participate m'sending a ring?- ing message: of hope to. the lihfor- tunafe victims of this- crippling disease, which has stricken. 80,000' Americans in the past live years,'*Hamilton said. - He revealed that every , cqmmunity in • thei nation was being geared to make; this the greatest March- of Dimes drive iM history, saying, "When the 194^, March' of • Dimes -goes' into; pctlptt.l on January- 15,.vhore than;.500,bOQi volunteerg' from ideals into terms of active] assistance. This is the .democratiiov way ol fightingr a hum&nitarlan war. • F. T. Bent closed his .wood-: yard Ibng enough to spend Christmas with his brother at San; Jose. ...... every walk <^.-. .w„»,w.. life wiU.ber'tians5 ^^tJng3 -AawM!lcflftfDped. the-prograih include J", E. m Bureatt Drrape Plans ,. /statewide Program Is Approved By State ' Federation , The. grape 'department of the Chlifbmla Farm Bureau Federat: bn - has formulated an overall stiablli^ation program for the grape ii dustry of California, covering all f ctors.. ' .. S.. B.; Beclcman. of Lodi, chair- Tfian•of• the departrtient, said the lietails- of, the program, which. pi*o- teoses marketing agreements,. ad- •Afertistrig. and trade . promotion, surplus pools when necessary and other devices, are to be: developed, by. grower, groups in- a series of meetings planned alter January 1. .., The'^^eneral program- includes the establishing of a marketing agreement for , Emperor grapes similar to the present Tokay grape agreement; • , . T,hp;;:settinB' up of a marketing agreement lor fresh Thompson grapes, similar to the Tokay agree- tnients, with both''operating under thje federal marketing agreement Development of si joint grow- ejr-paoker marketing.; agreeme,nt riorrai?ins in the interest of adver- tiising and. trade..promotion, with ijhe-use, of suiplus , ,t>ools when ipecessary., \ 'Rid.-.continuatlph bf; tlie wine j hdiis^ marketing, agreement and •Aie •implementing .o£\the agree- tnenti 'j with '. a ,Wln^. "gr$pe grower /agreement for a'dditional advertising .and trade promotion. ..Beckn)an said'the coordination of.,;t<ie. varietal',ptogranis' -A'ill .he based annually upop th* conditions w.ithin. the respective'groups. ' The.1iurfeiiU::leafdfeis. who.:<Jeve^ GHT SHAPING UP OVER PROPOSITION Unicameral Low May Come Through Initiative Digardi of .Martinez, : B. Her- rick.j.A. D.. Metzler and Beckmim of Lodi, Ira L. Redfern;of Sehna, Tennis Erickson of Sanger, Paul Hi Dobson of Exeter, A. H. Walked of Bakersfield, and August Peterson.of Ceres. ., By Earl G. Waters SACRAMENTO, D e c. 15 — (WNS)—Unless all present indications fail, it won't be long until California witnesses one' of the I'nost exciting • initiative battles in the state's colorful political- history:. a battle that will pit city against . county, so-called liberal, against so-called conservative. And when the smoke has clear-; ed^away, the west's Golden State maybehave the;answer to whether It is going to take the first step along the road to a change-which might lead, befoi'e such change is fully completed, to acceptance of a 1-house or unicameral legisla- lature. . True, the initiative does not provide tor the 1-house system. It simply offers a plan for rearrangement of the manner m which the present >Calltornia state senate js elected.- Senators would be apportioned on a.population basis, instead of by district, as now. Organized labor, quite generally, is for the initiative. On the other side will be California's rural . county population, farm organizations, • large industrialists, chambers of commerce and groups which regard the present senate as the -,place to make last-ditch stands against various left wing or ultra-prograssive proposals. To understand what lies beneath the surface, of the coming hrannigan,. aftefctmg as it may every Caliiorma;ciHzent it.ils neces-: sary to go back a -little^to a lAan whose ideas have had -quite a bit Jo do.with shaping. American thought. The man is the late Senator George W. Norris . ol Nebraska, Progressive Republican, who.start- —(Continued on Pagp 8)— Murdock Murderer Claims Self -iDefense James Angelo Pollard, arrested-Simday.byWiliitspoH working in cooperation with the sheriff's;office and .Ukiah, Police Department, has confessed to the murder on Christmas eve of Archie Murdock, Ukiah Indian, at the-jungle -f camp near the Alex !I?hoimas ]\Irs. Pemberton In Bad Accident A letter from • Mrs. Pearl Pem- ;berton Knott of San Luis Obispo brings word of an accident which befell her mother, Mrs. J. E. Pemberton, widow of tKe late Attorney J. E. Pemberton of Ukiah, who fell and broke four ribs and has suffered from complications which foliowcdi and has been seriously ill. The letter says that at present, although still at the hospital, Mrs. Pemberton is now gaining, but slowly, and that considering her age, she is coming through remarkably well. Mrs. Pemberton was 82 years of age December 7. Her accident .occurred the day after her 82nd birthday. Mrs. Knott's address is 1418 Essex street, San Luis Obispo, and Mrs. Pemberton's home is there. Savings Bonk Patrons Get Higher Interest At a recent meeting of the directors of the Savings Bank of Mendocino County patrons of the bank's savings department were voted an Increase m.interest rates from i% to lVi%. This is an increase of 50% in the interest rate and .was .grafted to .all depositoi'.s, 'regardless • ol the size ol their accounts. Mr. and Mrs;; E. H. Barker have had as their houseguest lor the Christmas festivities. Miss Roberta Marshall of Berkeley. Miss Marshall has returned home. packing shed- In a rather fantastic; story, after hours of questioning 'by Deputy Sheriff White and Chief of Police: John Viarengoi' Pollard broke with the story of the fight which ended in the death of.Mur- doelii whose throat was_;cut and whose face and head bore; ihdjca- tioils of the viciousness of the attack, and strong indications'.tliat the fight had been one-sided;i,; Boiled down, Pollard's storyiwas of a fight in self-defense, .He .told hisfquestioners 'that he had quarreled with Murdodk, who attacked him, striking him "over the head with a,bottle and knoclfing.hlpi off his seat. In the Icnifing to death .ol ,dock, according to Pollardfs stoi'y, he was under ne nth the Indian ^nnd forced to draw his' knife rfrbm''his pocket and open it. ; This part of the story. Ejppears particularly fantastic in the light of the fact that Pollard had only a trace of blood on his cloth'es.'and person wheh taken into .custody by the police of Wilits. . , The "investigating officers have pulled this solution out of ^ hat. Continuous questioning ol the four men rounded up and held for investigation failed to bring out any information-concerning the Christmas eve killing. Two of the quartet jailed, were white men., and from them it was learned;,that a third white maa.had been-.in. ihe camp • on > Chris'tmas ever'"Ap)3ar- ently the missmg link, this., man had disappeared, and as. is customary among hoboes, neither of his white brethren kndw his name, although on« of them had been here for several days m associ- —(Continued on Page 2)— CLASSIFIED ADSU . NEW THIS ISSUE (flddition&l Classified On Page Im) AUTO PARTS and MOTpRS For Chrysler - Plirmbuth - Dodge iandJJeSbto UKIAH MOTOR SALES Fred Orr 61tfc-fp BEAUTIFY VpUR HOME Painting, DiJcoratmg, Paperhangin . Spray Pointing. We Specialize in Sheet Rock Work. Le Fleve & Son 206 Mason. Ph.'1186-M. 12tfc-fp Northern Ca|if. Movers & Builders BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION Moving, Rajsipg Foundations Telephone 484, Ukiah, Calif. 70tfc-fp State Wildlife Board Has Millions to Spend A request to California sportsmen for suggestions on capital investments to be made by the state Wildlife Conservation Board was issued by Lee F. Pasme, chairman. Payne said the board has some $3 ,000,000 which can be invested in capital outlay for development and conservation of California's wildlife. • The board ,^nd the state division of fish and game, he stated, are interested in putting the money where it will do'the most good to the greatest number of sportsmen, and therefore would like to hear from hunters and fishermen as to how they would like the money invested. Second in size of all states. California has an area of 158,297 square miles of which 2,645 square miles arp wntcr, BUSH ROSES . 1.25 - 1.50 2-year-oId SHAPE TREES European Sycamore. 2.50 Silver Maple - 2.50 BEDDING PLANTS 50c to 1.00 per doz. POTTED PLANTS • in bloom for New Years Azaleas _ 3.25 Cinerarias ;...-.._.:i.50 JUST IN Copperware for Gifts Hanging Poti Planting Baskets, •etc,-'New Phone: 565-W Call us if you have any gardening questions. No Obligation ' Redwood Vqlley Nursery Next to Ukiah Frozen Food Locker So. State St., Ukidh 76tl.c Phcto Headquarters Complete Line of Photo Supplies Viewmasters and Reels Watch, Clock and Camera Repairs Perry's Photo Supplies (Next door to Journal ) 160 E. Standley, Ukiah, Ph. 174-J 76tlc .Kluin Be up to date, Don't be a "snook'" Buy the car with ThafNew Look;^: Koiser-Frazer GOLDEN WEST Motor & Supply Co. 728 So. State St. Phone 520 ' • 75tfc-fp Color Styling OUR Interior Decorating Service and years of experience places us in position to help you with, your decorating needs. . ' ' Ford & Luttge 340NO. Mahi.St. Phone 307-J - - 66tfc-fp. HAIRCUTS FOR the entire family, at Earl's Shop, W. Church. Two barbers. •y.ltfc-fp Model 31 Remington Trap Gun $152.30 Single-Shot Winchester 410 $18.50 JZ2 Winchester Repeater $44.50 .22 Target Rifle, Remington Model 521'r $37.00 The Ukiah Farmers Club Phone 722 71tfc-fp Responsible Positions fbij: Young Women , •• as • . • • .', Service Representatives This is an excellent opportunity, handling transactions with the piibJic in quic business office. Opportimities for advancement in work-you'll enjoy;. Earn $34 lor a'40-h6ur week while you learn. .Regular pay increases, 4 raises the first year. AI?PLY TODAY AT 199 South School St. ' Ukiah The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co. 74ttc-fp MODEL "A" FOB. SALE—Phone 30-Y-12. • • 76t3p PLASTERING — Free estimates, reasonable prices; Box- 1005, Redwood Journal. " 76t6p FOR SALE—- Bunk bed, nearly new. Also extra-good mattresses for same. Call 021-!R after 6 P-m- , 76t3c FOR SALE—Store fixtures at Berlin's Pharmacy, to make way for our new fixtures. 76t3c See KELLY COX ' FORTHE • ' Best of Used Cars WE stand behind all ol b.iir l^te ' model used cars. Ask, the ihen who have dealt with us. Cox Bros. Used Cars 301 So. State 70tfc-fp FOR SALE—Grape cuttings, St. Geo.vge l.year rooted. Valley Oakii Farm, Hopland. 76t2c HELP WANTED --Young man, high school graduate, interested in a career in banking. Good pay, 40-hour week. Apply at Baalc of America. Ukiah. 69tfc-f p HOVSE WANTED TO RENT— Furnished or unfurnished, by working couple. Please call Jack King. Redwood Journal. 75tfx-fp FOR SALE — Oil stoves and oi,l water heater, slightly used, good condition. Odell Ranch, Ukiah. TOThtfc REASONABLE—^Residence building lot on Dora Ave., $550. FRED A. NASSIE 11IW. Perkins St. 76t2c Commercial Industrial Residential and Concrete Construction For Free Estimates Call r. Feibusch Construction Company Phone 1126-M, or write P.O. Box 32, Ukiah. 77tfc-fp WANTED—Model "A" Ford or old model Chevrolet; also 18-ft. bed and stock rack. .Write J. Clyde Ander.son Albion, Calif. 76t3c FOR SALE—Bedspring and mattress, Coleman oil heater. 441 Clara. 76t3p Berlin s Pharmacy ANNOUNCES; the EX-CEL-CIS • cosmetic gift this week goes to Mrs. Ihez Swearengin. We give S&Hv-green.stainps; •' 76tifc RADIO SHOP 'the Old reliable' Sales rr Service — Satisfaction Opposite Theater, Ukiali 49tlc-; «, < TANKS We huild, stock or supply underground and above ground storage tanks or truck taiii ol any descripUon. Call us lor piictj! on welding ol any kind. Chase's Garage 815 So.-State Phone 757 LP. Gas & Appliance Co. Mason &^tandley Phone 1000 O'Keefe & Merritt Own Your Own Tank Gas Is Cheaper "Ranges Hot Water Heaters Restaurant Griddles and Ranges Roper Kitchen Ranges Heaters and Floor Furnaces SERVICE IS OUR MOTTO Try UsI 15tlc-lp Automotive Work BODY and lender^ piiinting, glass, overhaul, expert repairs ol every kind. Prompt service. Tow car on call. . Vevoda Motor Sales School & Smith Phone 370-W ' ; • ' 65tIolp Ul^iah Van & Storage Co Local and Statewide ' MOVING Phone 440-J. Ukiah 4/14mctp Used Cor Bargains 1942 G.M.C. 2-ton, 10-wheel truck, 1932 G.M.C. IVi-ton truck, 1937 Dodge IVS-toh truck, 1939 Oldsmobile 5-passenger coupe, 1938 Dodge 4-door sedan, 1938 Dodge coupe, 1935 Studebaker 4-door sedan, 1935 Chevrolet coupe. Vevoda Moto» Sales Smith & School Sts. 68tfc-fp STATE GARAGE Good Place to Buy ReooHdltioned Car. We Buy and Sell. 628 So. Stat5 St. 52tfc.fp FOR SALE—1936 Pontiac coupe, $425. 1937 cab-over-engine, 10- wheel job, $1000. See Dan Cohen, phone 679 or 9S3-W. 75t3c-fp FOR SALE—1940 Chevrolet coupe, good tires, good engine, 4 new springs. 257 No. Oak, 902-Tff; 75t2p-fp LIVESTOCK AUCTION —Horses, hogs, sheep and cattle sold evei^r Tuesday at 12 o'clock at Ukiah Auction Yards; 88tlcT W-YAED COIJCHETE MIXER— With operator, for rent. Call 1126-M. 77t3p F0;EI SALE—18-gauge non-rust• a'ble horse trough, brand new. $16. 504-B North Oak, 78tlp FOR SALE—Five room house, all hardwood floors, Venetian blinds. Large garage. Rov Hurt, Phone 468-J, 194 Luce Ai ,5. _ . 75t3Dfp FOR RENT—Cabin of 2 rooms and, bath. Dan Cohen, phone 679 or;933-W. 75tfcfp Empire Roofing Co. Prompt Service Free Estimates AU types rooffng expertly applied. Repair Work Our Specialty. All work guaranteed. 742 Stephenson. Ph. S14W. 4tfcfp 9 ACRES—Located within City of Ukiah, on paved street. All public utilities available. Partly timbered. Suitable lor homes and subdivision. Price $5000. Terms to suit. I ACRE—On Redwood highway, close to town. $1500, terms. 1 - ACRE—On Redwood highway, 2 miles from Ukiah, for $1750. Terms. 4 ACRES—Just off the highway, - close to Ukiah, for $3500. Terms. Larkin J. Younce Preston Bldg.. Ukiah 76t4c PEDIGREED Rabbits, giant chinchilla from registered stock. All ages, some does with litters. Also New Zealand Whites. Wm. W. Gray, 1 l/IO miles north of Calpella on 101 highway. •76t3p 1-STORY MODERN DWELLING —Surrounded by pine timber, close to Ukiah, on paved street. 2 bedrooms, bath, living room, dining room, kitchen and basement. Inside finished in knotty pine. Electric heat throughout house; lots of water; double garage, chicken house and 2 acres of land, level, open and fenced. Price $12,000. Terms to suit. Larkin J. Younce Preston Bldg.. Ukiah 77t4c CHROMITE Metal Tile For Kitcheiii bathroom and stall Showers. 14 Colors to Choose From F.H.A. Approved and Financed Call or write Ukiqh Gloss Co. Exclusive Agents Mendocino and Lake Counties. Phoi-,e 1166-W Smith at Mason 74Th-.tfc MOVED!!! Acme 'Top Shop Auto Tops and Upholstery Phone ll-F»2 L. B. Underhill SStlo-fp FOR SALE^1942 DeSoto sedan, good buy. See Dan Cohen, phone i 679 or 93.a- W. ; 75t3c-fp LOST in Ukiah Monday evening, December 22, Lady's HamUton wrist watfliwith frayed black wrist band. Return to Journal office. Reward. .75t2fp FURNITOHE FOR SAL&r-Second and fourth Friday ol each month at Uklkh Auction Yard. Bring your furniture in aii> time. Sale starts at 12. 48Mtfc For Expert Piano Tuning and Repair Latest Electronic Method R. S. RYDER & CO. Call Bob Ryder Care of Gloria Pacini, 131-W, or Greaott's Music Store. 54Thtfc -fp FOR SALE—Buzz saw, pcwer'id by Chevrolet motor, $50. Odell Ranch, Ukiah. 7iJTht-;c NEW COUH-TRY HOME—Close to Ukiah, 4 bedrooms, large; living room, large modern kitchen, 2 baths, electric heat or oil, fireplace, 5 acres of land,-about half level; gardens, shrubs and trees, unlimited water supply. Magm'flcsnt, panorama. Price $16,000, terms. $5000 down. Larkin J. Younce »' Preston Bldg.. Ukiah ' ' 76t4c FOR RENT—New Eureka vacuum cleaner with all attachmehts, •and Johnson electric floor' polisher. Hdme Market, 113 South State, phone 25. TfleoT FOR RENT — Room, 5 windov/s, heat, px-^.vate toilet and entrance. 204 No. Barnes St., 76tlp GMC — '38 .y4-ton pickup. Good condition. "37 Packard , sedah. Second house across bridge; lior- rainfi Ave., Munson Addition.. 76tfc REDWOOD VALLEY GRANGE MEMBERS—Come yourself and bring your guests to yOur New Year eve party at the Redwood Grange hall. Bring calte 6): sandwiches. Starts at 8:30. Cards', and . dancing to live music; games loi- the children." " 7Stlx FOR SALE—303 British Lee-Enfield; 12-gauge double-barrel L. C. Smith; .32-.CO Wmchester carbine. Write H. C. Deisenroth, Gen. Del. Clpverdale, or phone 7(5*3p FOR SALE —Pure-bred unregistered Hereford bulls, priced reasonable. Odell Ranch, Ukiah. 76Thtfc CAFE CHECKS—Now in stock at Redwood Joiu-nal office. Get your supply there. 76tfx FOR SALE—1947 Dodge truck, 160-in. wheelbase, 8 speeds (4- speed transmission, 2-speed Eaton differential). Factory flatbed, rated 10-ton load. Vacuum booster brakes and gear shift. Used very litUe. Full price, $1850. F. M. Atkins, Orr Springs Rd., UjsiBh, 76t3p FOR SALE—IPS 1 Ford convert- abJs; lair condition, $225. Phone 871. . • 76t3p Bechtol'i Point Store Buy Your I'aint From a" Painter W;ALIJPAPBR —. PAIN^TS!'. IC9 So. state. Phone 293. 84tfc-T ROOM FOR RENT-Reasonable. 734 No. State. . . v76t3c FOR SALE—Reg. Cocker spaniei . puppies, blonde. Mrs. . Edith Spencer, Rte. 2, Box 749, Ukiah. Phone 6-F-ai Potter Val. •76t25 FLOOR SANDING and finishing-Old and new. Hardwood-and linoleum floors cleaned, waxed and polished. Phones 724, 507-R, 912-W. Rod Walch, 912rW; Ed Oden, 507-R, 724,

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