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MSf^ATCH DEMOCRAT. MRIAH. CALIPGRNIA: iTRIDAy, JANU'ARy.'.2. 1948 DtSPATCH-DEMOCRAT Pnb:|tali<4i Bach Fi1d»y at 120 East' Stsndley 8t^ X ffi < iiVklabi Mendocino Conntr, CalUorula FDBUSIIBB £^^^lonths' SCBSOBIFTION BATES: ._ $2.50 Three Months . 1.50 One Month. "(I SUtigle Copies to Non-Subscribers 10 cents (Mim^tnM AdvertUnc Bates; Readers, 20o per line insertion, Wjtipw, line each subsequent Insertion. Readers set in 7 point. ijul^'which to the body of this newspaper. ' ; Cov^o Mutual Aid Hol4 Annual Party COVEtib, Dec. 30 — Tuesday night, D^ember 16, the Mutual Aid $o(^y was entertained at a most delightful and enjoyable Christmfif party by the following ladles: .^iylesdanies Audrey E. Tuttle, |Wa,innan; Eleanor Leigh- feldt, Hpa Hagne and Mary Jean Bird. Thijs party was'to have been given alj^^he Tuttle home, but due to illnesstof David Tuttle it was held at gte social haU, Aboutm40 rhembiirs and guests enjoyedlJHie evening of song and fun. The&all was attractive Wfith holiday •^decorations, greenis and the 'prei £r Christinas trfee, and .candles nabout the room added greatly to the spirit. The.foUowing program, was arranged and was in charge of-Mrs. Tuttle. Christmas carols opened the meetingr"with Mrs. Leighfeldt at the piago. A , devqtipnal and Christmas songs by B/trS. Bernice Stocktonr followed by a delightful solo, "l4n Dreaming of a White laiGAL NOTICE NOtlCE TO CREDITORS :n the SXJPERIOR COTJRT of the STATE OF CALIS'ORNIA, in and for the COXJNTY OF MENDOCINO. In tha Matter of the Estate of ROBERT F. WALKER, also known fis and sometimes called Robert Franklin Walker,- Deceased. Notlc^ is, hereby given by the undersigned administratrix of the estate of ROBERT F. WALKER, decease^, to the creditors of and all persens having claims against said decedent tq file them with the necassary vouchers within six months >6fter the first publication of this notice, in the office of the clerk of. the above«amed': court, or to exhibit-theni with,the"tieces- swy vouchers within six months aftet th^ date of the first publication of this notice, to said ad- ministraitrlx" at the office of BURKEEAND RAWLESin the Re- publicaw Press Building at Ukiah, Californja, which said last named place the undersigned administra­ trix selects as the place of business in all matters appertaining to or connected with the said estate of ROBERT F. WALKER, also known as and sometimes called Robert Franklin Walker, deceased. First publication in The Dis, patch Democrat December If), 1947. — . BERTHA DENNY WALKER Administratrix of the Estate 6t, ROBERT F. WALKER. BURKi:, AND RAWLES Attorneys at Law . Republican Pres Bldg. Ukiah,. California. Attorneys for Administratrix. . 12-19,26 1-2,9 iJEGAL NOTICE Christmas," sung by Mrs. Erma Deford. Mrs Selma Carey favored with an interesting reading, "The Origin of Christmas." Mrs. Max- irie Allen .delighted the guests with two piano selections. Two poems were given by Mrs. Audrey Tuttle. The treat of the evening was the beautiful and interesting colored slides shown by Phil Deford, son of Rev. Ernest Deford, who jiist arrived from Alaska. The pictures were taken in Alaska of some of the gorgeous midnight sunsets, rainbows, airplanes, that were wrecked in and about Alaska, bear scenes, and many others. Mrs, Audrey Rbhrbaugh alsc) entertained by showing many beautiful; colored scenes in Covelo and district, lovely flowers and children of the valley, which were greatly enjoyed by everyone preesnt. The drawing of numbered Christmas parcels were exchanged and many also received beautiful gifts from their secret pals of the society. Mrs. Hilda Hagne was in charge of presenting a gift to the winner. At a very late hour the guests were invited to the. lace draped Christmas table, centered with red berries and greens, with burning Christmas frosted candles. They were served buffet style, with Christmas paper plates, napkins and matching cups. Refreshments consisted of horne made cake, cookies, candy, red fruited squares of jello topped with, whipped cream and tin green jello Chrisli- mas trees, hard candy and a variety of nuts, and coffee. At a very late hour the guests departed for their homes, thanking their hostesses for such a delightful party. The party is always an outstanding event in the lives of all Mutual Alders of Covelo. ' :HURCII'SERIIICES UKIAH ME7KODI8T CHURCH Cbadea G. Lindemnnp; Ministai 'Smiiili'. aridi.PIna .\'./'. ''9:45 a.m.—JSunday Sohodl. We have classes for all ages—cl'iildren, -youth and adults; v Morning worship at 11. • Holy Compiunion, celebration of the Lord's Supper. ' . v SpeclW music by the vested choir. At 6:30, Intermediate Youth Fellowship in the educational unit. Seventh and eighth grade age-children invited; • At 7:30, Senior Youth Fellowship in church parlor. All high school .age youth, or over, are invited. ,.' • Choir rehearsal Wednesday evening at. 7:30 at the church. •We maintain a nursefy where small children may be left in competent c^re while theii* parents attend the morning worship. The "Church of the Chimes" invites you. To Help Farmers Prepare Returns Dsputy collector of internal revenue, C. I. Mason, will visit the following towns to assist and advise fanners in the preparation and filing of income tax returns: January 5, 6, Point Arena Hotel, Point Arena; January 7, city hall, Fort Bragg; January 12, 13, Covelo Hotel, Covelo; January 14, 15, post office, Ukiah. ^ AH farmers requiring help in preparing their returns are urged to visit the deputy collector when he is in their community. Farmers have the choice of filing either 1947 estimated declarations or final returns by January 15, 1948. If the declaration is filed by January 15 a final and accurate return must be filed by March 15. SUMMONS No. 15242 Action brought in the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Mendocino, apd the complaint filed in the office of the Clerk of said County of Mendocino. In the SUPERIOR COURT of the STATE OF CALIFORNIA, in and for the COUNTY OF MENDOCINO. JOSEPH W. HURD, Plaintiff, vs. BERNICE HAUSAM, Defendant. The People of the State of California Send Greetings To: BERNICE HAUSAM, Defendant. YOU ARE HEREBY DIRECTED TO APPEAR and answer the Complaint in the action entitled as above, brought against you in the Superior Court of the State of California in and for the County of Meridocino, within ten days after the Siervlce on you of this Summons—if served within this CountJ-f'or within thirty days if served elsewhere. And you are notified that unless you appear and answer as above required; the said plaintiff will take judgment for any money or damages' demanded in the Com- plaintp'-'Tas arising upon contract, or will apply to the Court for any other Telief demanded in said Complaint. Given under my hand and the Seal of the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Mendocino, this 11th day of July, 1947. W. J. BHOADDUS, [ ' County Clerk. . By CI.AIRE SEELY, ! Deputy Clerk. PRESTON b KALK. Attorneys for Plaintiff, Preston Bldg,, Ukiah, California. 12/12, 19, 20; 1/2 Pinnacles National Monument <:\ San Benito county was created by President Theodore Roosevelt In 1908 and is of volcanic formation. LEGAL NOTICE SUMMONS ' C.C.P. No. 407 No. 15356 Action brought in the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for tl\p County of Mendocino, and the complaint filed in the office of the Clerk of said County of Mendocino. In the SUPERIOR COURT of the STATE OF CALIFORNIA. in and for the COUNTY OF MENDOCINO. ROY HARMAN and LEONA HARMAN, Plaintiffs, vs. FRIEDA DOBNER, Defendant. The People of the State of California Send Greetings To: FRIEDA DOBNER, Defendant. YOU ARE HEREBY DIRECTED TO APEAR and answer the Complaint in tlie action entitled as above, brought against you in the Superior Court of the State of California in and for the County of Mendocino, <vithin ten days after the Service on you of this Summons—if served within this County; or within thirty days If served elsewhere. And you are notified that unless you appear and answer as above required, the said plaintiffs will take judgment for any money or damages demanded in the Corn- plaint, as arising upon contract, or will apply to the Court for any other relief demanded in said Complaint. Given undfer my hand and the Seal of the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Mendocino, this 2Cth ciay of September, 1947. W. J. BHOADUDS, County ClPrk. SPURR St BRUNNER, Attorneys for Plaintiffs. ll/14-2mc CHRISTXAn SCIENCE SOCIETY "God" i,s the subject of the Christian Science lesson-sermon for Sunday, January 4, ^Cith the golden text from Isaiah: "Thus saith the Lord the King'of Israel, and his redeemer the Lord of. hosts; I am.the, firstjiaijd X am the last; and beside me there is no God" (44:6). The following, citations are included in the sermon: Deuteronomy: "He is the Rock, his work is perfect; for.all his ways are judgment: a God of truth and without iniquity, just and right is he (32:4). "Science and Health with. Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: "To grasp the reality and order of being in its Science, you must begin by. reckoning God as the divine principle of all that really is. Spirit, life, truth, love, combine as one—and are the Scriptural names for God" (p 276). Oak and Church streets; reading room bpeh'2 to-4 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. ' CHURCH OF J^SUS CHRXSt; • OF LATTEB-DAY SAINTS 'v Steiert Hall Sundaj^ school, 10 am, Sacjrem'ent meeting, 11 a.m.j conducted by G. A. Call, branch :presi4 dent. • Fireside chat at 7:30 p.m. Primary, Wednesday'at 3;30 p.m. Relief society, Thursday at 2:30 p.m. Sunday school,: 10 a.m. Years," Rev. 12:1-6. "Restored by the Angel Who Rode the White Horse," Rev. 6:2. "With the Gospel of Christ Ap pears," Rev. 14:6,7, CHRISTIAN CHURCH Oran Bollinger. Minister 2101lo«;lh School St. Morning worship. "The Right and Wrong of It." Sunday School, 9 :45 a.m.^—Mrs. L. H. Foster, superint.endent. Christian Endeavor at 6:30. Separate meetings for adults, young jpeople and jiiniors. • ' Evening worship,;? p.m. Calvin Lee, Chinese pastor, will briiig the evening message, whicli will be a presentation of condi^ tions.in Chin^ today, especially ref garding the children.' i Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. Choir practice Thursday evening at 7:30. SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Coinar Bush & Henry Sabbath (Saturday) services: 9:30 a.m.—Sabbath School; It a.m. —Inspiring, enllgHtenirig Bible Jsermon. Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock —Bible study and prayer service hour begins. The Wednesday night prayer service hour will be giveni over to a Bible lecture by the pastor. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Ctrher Smith and Oak Slxeet* Leonard G. Brown,;Pastor 9:45 a.m.—Bible School. Mrs. Charles Wliittaker, superintendent. You will .find a .class for every age group in our school. 11 a.m.—Morning Worship. 7:30 p.m.—Evening service. Wednesday, 7:30 p .m.—Midweek prayer meeting. ,. Hearing aids provided.' A nursery for small children. HOME MISSIONARY CHURCH Opposite Airport Pastor. H. M. Bisby Simday school, 10 a.m. Morning worship, 11 a.m. Evangelistic service, 7:45 p .m. Tuesday worship, 7:45 p .m. Friday worship, 7:45 p .m. Everybody welcome. Come and worship oUr Gpd together. The church with a hearty welcome. UKIAH GOSPEL TABERNACLE ASSEMBL7 Or GOD Smith and Bainai Bts. J. lU Edgar, Pastor The church that is fundamental, ful gospel and friendly bids you welcome. Sunday School— 9:4S a.m. Morning sei^rices— 11 a.m. ChUdren's Chiiroh— 6:30. p .m. Young People"s Meeting — 6:30 p.m. Tuesday Bible Study, Questions and Prayer— ^-7:15 p.m. Friday Cottage Prayer Meeting —7:4 5p .m. • ' BOONVILLE METHODIST CHURCH < Rev. Wm. W. Reid Minister Sunday school, 10 a.m. Worship service, 7:30 p.m. Morning service at Philo at 11. Beginning October 5 there will ' Preaching service every Sunday at 7:30 p.m. and at Philo at 11 a.m. W.S.C.S. meets the second and fourth Thursdays of. each -month. REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JEfiUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Will meet at 744 South Oak street at 11 a.m. All are welcome. .Subject by J; W. Lea. "The Kingdom of Heaven Was Taken by Force," Matt: 11:12. "For Twelve Hundred and Sixty FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH LcTiis Ct M&itinsr, Pastor Morning 'services will - be COHT ducted it the Episcopal Guild liail each Sunday at 11 o'clock. Sinriday school immediately after service. Listen to the International Lii- theran Hour each Sunday moriiirig at 9;30. 'We cordially invite you to worship with ws. THE CHURCH OF CHRIST, I Wesley Toitipgham. Evangelist* Minister This church, according to tlie New Testament pattern (Matt. 16: 18-Rom. 10:16), will be holding services each Lord's Day at the Grange hall. South State street: "Sunday = morning srvioes will be^j froni 10 a.m. to 12 noon, with Bible study. Lord's Supper and preaching. Evangelistic • serviced Win be held each Lord's Day evening at 7:30. •Sermon subjects this week are, morning, "The Gift of the Spirit.' Evening, "The Blood That Speak- eth." Come arid serve the Lord with us. ASSEMBLY OF GOD—BoonvUle M. D. jpancBster Suiiday services: Sunday School at 10 a.m.; morning worship at 11 o'clock; evfining evangelistic at 7:46; Wednesday Bible study at 7:45 p.m. • I ••• • •> PHILO METHODIST CHURCH Mis. A. H. Brown, Superintendent ' Sunday school at 10 a.m. •Worship service at 11 a.m. Ladies' Aid,- the first and. third Thursdays. :.- •, CALPELLA COMMUNITY CHURCH 10 a.m.-TSiinday 'school, Mrs. Benback,' superintendent. HOLY TRINITY EPISCOPAL Rev. R. G. Witt, Vicar Sunday services: Holy comrau- nipn,;,8 a.m.; Sunday school ,9:45 a.ni,; morning prayer, 11 a.m. CATHOLIC CHURCH SERVICES Perkins 4<id ?usH'$t>. Father Adrian Sharkey, Pastdr Father Auiian MUChell Father Finhia'tt Carroll St. Marjr's Churiai, trkiaH. Mass each Sunday at 8:30-and 10.a.m. St. Albert's Corrvent Chapel, West Church street. Mass each Sunday at 7 a.m. St. Francis, Hopland. Mass first Sunday at 9 a.m. Other Sundays, mass at 10:15. St. Bridig's,' Calpella. Mass first Sunday at 10:15. No mass second |'ne''cnants wa Sunday. Other Sundays at 9 a.n). State Hospital, Talmage. Third Sunday, mass at 9 a.m. Indian '^sr .flJeTiEi St. Joseph's. Firb', Sunday, mass at 9 a.m. St. Dominic's. Sc.cond Sunday, mass at 9 a.m. St. Francis. Second mass at 9 a.m. St. Patrick'."!. Fourth Sunday, mass at 9 a.m. Sunday, Spillman Wrifes About Good Men, and True At Talmage A letter of December -20 from Art Spillman, forrher- business manager of the Mendocino State Hospital at Talmage, and now at the Norwalk State Hospital, says of his recent visit to Ukiah: , "I ^yps glad tc have had a chance to; see Find Garaventa, my hog ranch superintendent (at Talmage) arid we were saddened to read 6i his passing later in the Journal. There was a fine man, and a faithful employe! It'itook men like him to build a good orgahUa- tion. Men, Wso, like Sain Ray, who we understand, did so much to build up the fine employe .public relations section of your splen- idid paper earlier in the month. "But then, I could go right up and down the list of good friends, from Chief • Walden, straight on tlirough without hesitation. Therefore, I feel that every good word printed on behalf of the Ukiah from my experi-. ence, fully justified. ;'i 'recall I had a long-standing bet with Jimmie Lavilelta, the. chili king of M.S.H., ft' to getting the new commissary building started before he was slated for retirement. "Kindly remind him that I am preparing to claim my bet, come next fishing season. A gallon of chiU or a half-dczen trout should be about right.". Murdock Murder '•••'^V^.; r'..' ".'^ ^ '''"'^ ' • •'•-••••'; V'-/. ---rContiiiued from Page-D— ' •aUm wltii the missing one, \ -m questioning weiit on until ona man's 'memory .was:'refreshed iBoithat he remembered hearing PoUard mention:his.owfriiame in a 'yam he was telling. Tliis was the^first lead the officers had. The man also remembered having met a vypung Mexican who knew Pollard in a camp near Healdsburg while in the. company; of Pollard, and of something being said about Pollard and the Mexican being in the Sonoma county jail at the same time. 'With this hot tip; the officers took their man to' Santa Hoia Sunday where he was shown a picture of Pollard, which he recognized as his erstwhile companion, here and- in camps along the N.W.P. • ., A pocket knife dug out of the mud of the jungle camp by Chief of Police Viarengo was identified as Pollard's knife, the man saying he had used it several times to peel potatoes. The knife was stained with blood when found, and Pollard admitted having lost his knife after killing Murdock. All of Sunday was spent shaking down N.W.P. freight trains and beating the jungles, without success until the story of the jail term at Santa Rosa, served by Pollard and the Mexican, brought the officers a'means of identifying the man they were looking iov and it was the Willits police who pulled Pollard and another hobo from.the jungles of that s'ec- ,tion, .Latey he was turned over to Deputy Sheriff^ Curtis Holingsworth of Laytonville and brought to the county jail. That was on Sunday, and against all questioti- ing Poliard had held out that he was not ii;iHhe camp when Murdock was'killed.: Southern Pacific Sets New Record For Sole i For Sole PAUL O. NITSCH SELLSf . • • V Dexter Wastiers t ,; . Frostmaster Ref J -Jgetators ' Dalco Ret-'igerkitors ' Crosley Refrigerators Crosley Radios'. • Webster Wire Recorders ' ' Webster Record Changers Evinrude Motors^ .: Marq\ielte JJreezers ,. Recordio Radio-Phono HeJ; corders. . •' State & Clay. Phonue 47-J. 78t2c FOR SALE—^Trash burne-- with fast heating hot water coil-, nearly new, $15. Spin-dry electric washing, machine, $25. 300-egg electric incubator, $10. Wm. W. Gray; 1 1/10 miles north of Calpella on 101 hiway. 75t3p Be Sure Your Pruning Supplies are in order. They may be tough to get. again this year. HOLZ CO. has Snag Cut pYirts, shear handles and bolts in stock now. 59tfc IMMEDIATE DELIVERY — Water heaters, i floor furnaces and ranges for propane-butajie. Economical home andfarm tank gas units. L. P. Gas Appliances. Phone 17-J. Masonand Standley streets^ 71tfc LIGHTING FI5CTUBES -,We have •, in stock and malntain:the large.st and most complete line of lighting fixtures in Mendocino and Lake counties, ; ;, ROBERT L, BEOKER 731 So. State.St;. Ukiah, Calif. 104tfc PLYWOOD—V4 -ln., 2 'Sides finished, brown; weatherproof- and , boilproof, ,4x8, -140 a foot. Cal- peUa Hotel, i 'v:::, „ , - 75t3p PUMPS 'WE can supply pumps from the .,largest.deep-weU turbine to the '' smallest' pi;essure system, and ' Have competent engineers to flg- •iire<your job. WE represent two of the most re' spected' names'in the pumping business!' ' • • .'• BYRON JACKSON . 1 • Irrigation Purnps and • JACUZZI . Pressure Systems •; Bring your pumping problems, to us. UKIAH FARMERS CLUB Call 730 4Ufc FOR SALE—'A Bean-Mist sprayer with diidf attachment. Excellent condition. Phone 13-R-l. 74t8c EMMOLG BROS. NURSERY CO. GRAFTED vines on resistfint St. George root. Resistant rooted vines, variotis'. varieties rooted. Rte. 2, Box 309, phone 3-J-12, • St. Helena. Calif. 12/22mc HOLZ CO. has available at their disposal a Pumping Engineer who will be able to offer :any help in your pumping or irrigation problems, no matter how large, OP small. aOtfc FOR SALE — RoUaway trailer house,, sleeps, 4; good .shape; vacuum brakes; modem. $800, or Will trade for good car. Back of White Cottage Cafe, North Main, 101, Willits. 75t2p FOR SALS — Green upholstered bed davenport. 204 No. Barnes. 75t3p FOR SALE— House trailer, 1942 Gilbert, 16-ft. Priced to sell. 317 No. Main. 75t ?p In spite of a nationrwide equip- nient;' shortage. Southern Pacific roiled up a record cf great achieve- tne'nt in 1947, accorsUing to President A. T. Mercier. Reviewing the railroad's activities-in a year-end statement, Mercier revealed that Southern Pacific carried its largest peacetime freight load during the 'past 12, months, setting an all-time record for efficiency as measured by gross, ton-miles per train-hour—a factor iciyolvlng both .the'\train load and tlj>e speed at which it is. carried, i/ljhis-feat, was .performed, .he ?gid, through teamwork of railfoad itien .^nd shippers. • .However, net earnings in 1947 were a third Jess than the .6% considered a fair minimum for industry in general, Mr. Mercier disclosed. This was dUe, he said, to the fact that although wages and psices of all materials have greatly increased, passenger fare's and fi-eight charges remain less oh the average than they were 25 years ago. Southern Pacific has ordered or authorized more than $152,000,000 worth of new freight and passan- ;er. equipment since the end of he war. Those orders include 20,580 freight cars; an additional 5000 refrigerator cars for Pacific Fruit .Express Company; Im streamlined passenger cars, ^8 Diesel- electric locomotives for main line iises and 43 additional Diesel-electric switch engines. Mrs, Geo. Hargreaves Burie<i At Sacramento REDWOOD VALLEY, Dec. 30— A telegram' to James Hargreaves of Calpella Sunday morning announced the death of his sister in­ law, Mrs. Betty Hargreaves, wife of cieorge Hargreaves, who passed away in Berkeley last Friday. The funeral' WSs Monday afteinoori in iSacramento, where the Hargreaves have resided. K 'rs. Havgreaves leaves two small children, Ronald and Margare. No pariculars of her death have been received. Mr. Hargreaves ,is a son. of tne late C. Hargreaves. ' Eer Rivbr Lodge Sold To San Francisco Man I The Eel River Lodge, south of Benbow,' went under new bwner- ?ship and mahagerhent .through'tht purchase by Mr. and Mrs. S. E. •Alston, from San JFratici^cp. I Mr. and Mi-s.-Keereweer, for- jmerowpers, have gone to San Frajjcisco, wliere they plan to re­ side'for the present. Mr. and Mrs. Alston have announced that the dining room will Ihe dpeh for business within a few 'days. WARRANT FOR' BUS THIEF A warrant for David Delmair IjDorman, the young man who ran awSy from Eureka last week with a Greyhound bus, was received for setvice jn Ukiah Tuesday. Dorman, it has been learned, was an employe of the state highway maintenance crew at Eureka before he took off for Santa Rosa with the bus. Only a few of the rhany miner[al substances found in Mono county have been developed, iind include si.\vrrr a'nd gold. HOLZ: CO. Used Equipnfjent Dept. ; -offers some very fine savings in .wheel tractors-^l'Track-Layers." TractorTdrawn ap& Horse-drawn Discs, Harrows and Plows' 59tfc FOR SAL &i^l dining room; set, including table, .§ ..ciiairs ^ild large buffetin \ excellent cphditidn. Phona 811-J. ', 75t2c ROOFING AND INSULATION our specialty, JdhnsrlJanyiile products; no job too big, none tot small. Herman liunkel. Ph. 102 Bargain Offerings NEIGHBORHOOD. iOROCERY and provision store in fine, location, . .dpiiig'A •gqp;d j.J|Usmess.. .Store tuilding with basetheiit arid 3- bedroom living quarters in rear. Price, iricliiding land, 'building, furniture and-fixtures, refrigerating case and walk-in box and stock of merchandise. $2i,- . 000. • .. •'• MODERN, REBUILT. 5-ROOM HOUSE-^Close in. Large, lot, 60x160. Good investment for a , home or rental purposes. $7350. 3-ROOM HOUSE •^Seriii-modem. » Large frontage }ot one block . from highway.' $2,900. Fred A. Nassie 111 Wl.Perkins St. 724 So. State, St. 66tfc HAVEilDAlE Colcred Cagers to Meet City League's Leading Team The tTew York Broadway Clowns basketbfiU team is coming to Ukiah to play the leading team of the City Basketball League on Si',nday, January 4, in the evening at the high school gym, the game to begin at 8:15 o'clock. Currently, the Clowns have one of the best louring basketball teams in the country, with such men as Bill Booker; former North Carolina State College ace; Pete Wilson, who won his all-conference honors at Princeton and cap- .tained the Princeton University squad of 1945-46; Joe Brown, an outstanding performer with the Wilberforce University, Zenia, Ohio, in 1946; Henry Blackburn, three times all-conference selection with- Xavier University, in New Orleans; Leon Wright, , a great scpring guard with the Western State Teachers' Colege, Macomb, Illinois. . . "From their > rapid-fire and sleight-of-hand'exhibition of, passing, to. their actual shenanigans during the game, the dusky cagers keep the crowd in apleased mood from startito finish.''. . .• ; .': MRS. SANFORD ENTJERTAINS One of the. beautifully appointed Christmas, dinners was presided over by Mrs. NeUie Sanford, assisted by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Swim. Guests for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Marion Swim of Napa, houseguests of the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. John Hoffman, Miss Merdise Hoffman,' Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Weeks, Miss (ihristiiie Weeks, ajid-Miss Florence Owens. YOU CAN'T BiSAT THE FAST ACTION OF TH3 WANT APS! FOR SALE OR TRADE— Complete planing mill outfit, including 10- in. sticker, -SO-in. . bandmlU, ; large circular resaw, cutoff saw, strip, mill, 3 gas motors, etc. Now in operation, must be moved. Full price $3950. C. P. DIXON LUMBER CO. 4040 Redwood Hiway South. Santa Rosa. ' - 75t3p FOR SALE— Baled oat and vetch hay. Has hot been rained on^ Will deliver. L. M. Munson, Wil' lits,.cor.iEast Valley and Hearst '• roads. Phone 17-F-4, Willits. ' 71t6p Reqdy-Cut Homes ;?555 complete, 16x20 ft., - cottage, , cabin, garage; erect in 3 dafs. AH new materials, doors, windows, roofs, floors, nails, etc., all cut to fit. Plans and instrucr tions .furnished.. Immediate de• livery. Sdniple buUdihg now bo-' ' ing. erected 2 miles south oE Ukiah, leftside of highway. Ph; . Ed Sands, Ukiah 334-J. 739 No. Oak. Ukaih d.Jlivery, $1750. 70tfi; GARAGE OWNERS— Standard rer pair order books In stock ai; Redwood Journal. 35ttx HOLZ CO. SUGGESTS you let our trailed farm equipment mechanics go over your equipment now, during the quiet season, and put it in top shape for next season's work. Call I 180 for appoiiitment. 59tfc Wbnt^d t« B^y READY MARKET for all classes ' of livestock'i any, size lots,, Farm Bureau Marketing Assn^ phone Boonvllle 2591 (SbU'etit, dr Ultiah 1114. 7tfe WANTED—2 or 300 bred ewes. Will pay up to $15 per head according to age. See John • Johnson; Boonvllle Rdt, or phone 22-Y-15. ' ' ; > 74t4p. Wanted to Rent WANTED T0.,RENT— Two bedroom house in good location. LaPorte, Piione 652-J. ' . 7Stfc For Rent MAJOR OIL COMPANY service station for lease. Call 80-W. 72tfc ROOM FOR RENT -^In quiet residential section. Ph. 694 -M. 7St3p CABINS FOR RENT ---Gasj lights and water furnlshedi $45 a mo. Phone 758-J, l"^ miles north'of Ukaih. aitfe Used Cars FOR SALE—1926 Chevrolet sedan, price $60. 232 Mason St. - 75tap FOR SALE— 1937 Ford V.8 coupe. Good condition, new tires.',Ph. -736-J. after 6 p.m. ' 75t3p FOR SALE— 1936 Bulck. New tires, new battery. Excellent . condition.".-Motor just overhaul-• ed. Good buy at $595. 616 North Pino St. . 75t3p FOR SALE— Dodge IVj-tdn •fruck, 1940. model new motor, good tiros and paint job. Reasonably priced. Phone 1177-M.'819 Maple Ave. • 71t6p' FOR SALE-:-I 940 Hudson' 2-;door sedan. Mark King'Garage. 74t3p FOR SALE OR TRADE ^1945 IW-ton Dodge;, 1942 Mi -tori Dodge. Will. consideri.good 4x4. or split stuff. Phone 681- J, Ukiah. ; 74t3x FOR SALE •— 1939 Chey sedan, heater, radio, good condition, 4 new tireS; Phone - lOdO,^ or 8ib No. State St.; after 5 -.pjn: •'73tfc' FOR SALE —1946 Chevrolet panel, low mileage, reasonable. Phone' 400.- -gatfc FOR SALE— Wide gauge: 1940 D6 Cat, radiator guard, crankcase' guard, ;lO-^ft.: cable -dozer, just overhauled. See at Holz do.,. • Ukiah. . - . . 69t6c OLD PAPERS -^lOc per bundle, nt Redwood Journal. 28tfx PRESTO LOGS here again. Phone 261. Bittenbender Lumber Company, eitfc FOR SALE— Large baby buggy, play pen, large electric cooler, Taylor-tot. Ph. 237-J. 74t3p FOR SALE— 9-h.p. gasoline engine; lV6-in. centrifugal pump; oats and vetch hay. J. B. Cook, 601 N. State St. 74t3p BOOK. MATCHES'— Personal or for business. Order from the Redwood Journal 20tfr FRUIT RANCH FOR SALE— 21 acres rich soil; house, outbuildings, natural gas; 700-ft. frontage Guernevills hiway; 3Vi miles Santa Rosa. $15,000. 2444 Guerneville Rd., S. R. 12-4rr >p Trespass Notices PROTECT your property with durable signs, printed on sign cloth. Prices: 6, $2.50; 12, $3.00; 25, $4.00; bo, $5.50; lOO, $8.50. Oia mail orders, include state sales tax and postage. Redwood Journal. 32ttx LABELS — For wine bottles or other purposes, plain or fancy; wide selectiori to choose from. The Redwood Journal. - tfx Employment WANTED— Elderly man, pensioner, for garden care of cow and chickens. Small pay, good home, milk, eggs, garden truck, lights, water ;and fuel. ^.Good cabin. .Write J, A. Waldtenfel, Box •1004. Rtidwood' Journal. 75t3p > Lurhber Grader WANTED for San Francisco con- cF.m. Must be experienced, re- '.lable,' capable. Perma.-ient to qualfiied man. Must live in or near city. State age, experience, salary expected. Write John Doeiger, 320 Judah St., San _ Francisco 22. 75t6c WAN,TED —Lady for companion and housekeeper for elderly lady. Phone. 58-F-4, Cloverdale, or write to P.O. Box 3. 74t3c Truck Headquarters Bargains Galore 1942 3-ton Dodge, new motor, 5- speed transmission, 603 Brovmie',' . 900x20 tires,' 10-hble Budd..Vei'y• clean.• condition.. i':", . b-ii;' 1942 Fords and Chevrolets, 1V4- ton 2-speed axle, smoe -with lioist flatbeds. Lumber trucks, seml-trailers, pickups, diesels, stakes. Many' to choose • frorii. All these' trucks are priced to sell. No reasonable offer refused. > •Coast Motor Sales 755 Third St. ' ' Petaliima,' Calif. ' 12/291mc Miscellaneoils The Sport Center 255 North State , HAS everything for the athlete, the hunter,' the- fisherman, i ; Football shoes, gym shoes, athr letie supplies, hunting clothes, shotgun.5. .22 rifles, air rimw, ammunition. ' 46tfe BOOKKEEPING LESSQNS WANTED — Student will' contract for lessons three - ngihts each week.- Ph., 520 between 8; a.m. and 5 p;m. John Guntly,. . 74t3p Radio Repairing ONE-DAY ser%'ice on all types of home or auto radios. PAULO. NITSCH state & Clay. Ph. 47 -J. 75tfc Specializing ELECTROLUX CLEANER Repairs Expert Service Si.-ice 193i SHILTON'S 3980 Redwood Highw&y South Santa Rosa \- Phone 4033-W SEPTIC TANKS & CESSPOOLS pumped. Modern equipment. No mileage' charge. Phone Upper,Lake 52 between- 8 a.m, and 6 p.m., or -write P.O. Box 220, Upper Lake. A^ E. SILVA 50tfo LEAVING TOWN?— Have to seU? List with Strout. 44tfc BAKER & STANTON Tcdnsfer and Storage Co. ^re'agents.for Aero Mayflower. Transit Co. in the Redwood Empire. They are now in a position to accept loads for any part of the United States, particularly Oregon and Wpsh- ington. Baker & Stanton -Mayflower 37 W. 2nd St.. Eureka, Calif. 17tfo ALL MAKES of washing machines repaired: wrringer rolls, belts, parts. Wright's Electric, 289 M. Main. Phone 693.W. SOtfc A. G. Kessinqer WELL DRILLING 581 No. Dora. Ph. 627-R. 20lf« HELP WANTE;D-pGirl for clerical arid light' steho wdrlc. Bank of America. Ukiah, 74tfc Wanted Employment WANTED — Housework bv the iTour. Reply to Redwood Journal • Box. No. 1003. 74t3p DRESSMAKING ~ Machitie-made buttonholes and alterations Call afternoon. 402 K. Perkins St. 51'ifc ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING- John Wilson. 610 McPeak St. . .«otfc PERSONAL STATIONERY — Just the thing for a gift oif for your own use. Redwood Journal. 41tfx YOU CANT BEAT THE FAST ACTION OF THE WANT ADSL i

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