Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on January 9, 1948 · Page 1
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Ukiah, California
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Friday, January 9, 1948
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•mm Teeth In Tax Law Amendment Makes Pup a Dog at Bir+h; Adds Penalty The county dog tax is due, and will be delinquent on February 15, alter which it will cost dog owners the regulai' fee, plus $2.50 for each license he is found to be without. The supervisors revised the ordinance again, on December 15, and came as near as is humanly possible to answering th,e ancient question of "when does a pig become a shoat," i.e.', by making a pup a dog when whelped and eligible for full-grown dog tax. However, the owner is given 10 days of grace, but after the "dog" is 10 days old, the owner is liable for the delinquent penalty. The 10- day period of grace applies also to dogs brought into the county, but a license must be procured before the, expii-ation ,tvf 10 days, or the owner.must pay the delinquent tax. By paying a fee of 25 cents, the registered owner of a dog may transfer, his registration and, license, to another person, except a group license. . Amendments to the ordinance makess it a misdemeanor to vio late the nrovisions and malces the violator subject to a fine of from $10 to $50, and imprisonment in the county jail for not more than 50 days. . To bring the facilities for licensing as near as possible to the owners' door, Coynty Clerk W. .T. Broaddus has appointed 33 agents throughout the county to issue licenses, as follows: H. M. Burke, 156 East Standley, Ukiah; M. T. Metzler, Hopland; Mrs. Eva Pickle, Potter Valley; Roy Williams, Redwood Valley; A. M. Sacry, WiUits; Henry Bohnsen, Dos Rios; Gravier Bros., Covelo; Mrs. Vera Martin, Longvale; D. A. Butler, Cummings; Mrs. Myrtle Williams, Rockport; Mrs. Alta Van Dorn, Westport. J. S. Gildersleeve, Fort Bragg; T, W. Markham, Caspar; County Clerk, Ukiah; Helen Tyrrell, Mendocino; E. E. Thompson, Albion; C. H. Buchanan, Elk; Elmer Holloway,, Manchester; R. L. McMillen, Ppint Arena; W. S. Pierce, Giialala; Virgie Zanoni, Navarro; W. R. Clow, Philo. George Lawson, Boonville; Mrs. Elora.Harris, Yorkville; Mrs. Ethel Jeffreys, Spyrock; Adolph Grothe, Bell Sprinss;- Arthur Harwood, Branscombf.jlohn' Gunimer- us, Comptclie; C. C. Kirk, Piercy; Odessa Jackson, Cloverdale; Lillian Silver, Laytonvllle; Candida Broglio, Calpella; R. E. Ledford, Talmage. • J. H. Cake, county poundmaster, at large. Mendocino Counfy's Pioneer Newspaper DISPATCH-DEMOCRAT OFFICE: 164 East Standley St. Published foi: 78 Years VOLUME LXXIX Weekly Digest of Mendocino County Newi City, Rural and County News From Every Section of Mendocino County DISPATCH-DEMOCRAT: Phone Ukiah Number 0—N— B. ma crat UKIAH, MENDOCllNC^; (SJOl^TY, (CALIFORNIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1948 NUMBER 14 mmwm ARGEDBYWARE Statement Says Accident Toll Up Figures released by Captain Ben Myers of the California Highway Patrol show that the traffic death rate is on the increase in Mendocino, according to a statement issued by the .Ukiah chamber of commerce. * A very large percentage of accidents in this county occur on the treacherous stretches between Ukiah and WiUits. Of 237 accidents in the county in 1946, 12 were in this section, resulting in 20 injured and 1 killed. The total number of persons killed in the county that year was 24. Of 282 accidents in the county in 1947, 21 were attributed to that section of highway, resulting in 27 injured and three killed. The total number of persons killed in '47 in the county was 25. "I 'he Ukiah Chamber of Commerce," says Secretary Paul Sutterly, "is bombarding the state highway commission with telegrams and letters at tiie time of all accidents now occurring on the grade. Boy Hurt In Clay Spring St. Crash Neil Evans of Calistoga was injured in an automobile accident Fi-iday noon at Clay and Spring streets and was taken to the Genefa! hospital by the city ambulance. He was held overnight for observation and discharged Saturday morning. He was the 8- year-old son of Mrs. Catherine Evans, 1021 Cedar street, Calistoga. The cars involved in the accident were the panel pickup driven by George Eckman of McPeak street and the sedan driven by Mrs. Evans. Each driver saw the other approaching the intersection, Evans told Officer Moore he thought Mrs. Evans would slow down while he got across. Mrs. Evans saJd she thought she had time to make it across the intersection. Both were wrong. SANTA ROSAN PAYS 'N' PAYS Judge Allan Sacry of WUlits took $185 from the spending money of Howard Zumwalt of Santa Rosa, the morning after he was arrested and charged with drunk driving, ho license and faulty headlights—$150, $25 and $10, respectively. Charles Van Vlake Defendant In Action For $8500 Lawrence Ware of Fort Bragg filed a damage siait last week against Charles Van Vlake and William Rowe for a total of $8500. The complaint charges Van Vlake with breach of agreement to purchase Ware's 15 shares of comnrion slock 'of the Standard Bottling Works at Fort Bragg for $12,000. The total number of shares of the corporation is 50. Of the remaining 35 shares, 11 were owned by Ray Ware, a brother of the complainant, and together constituted 52 per cent of the cap,- tal stock and as a voting unit, Lawrence Ware's 15 shares were valued at $12,000; he and his established as a means of advising brother having agreed that neither would sell without the consent of the other. The complaint says that to get control of the comp3ny without buying the shares of both brothers Van Vlake "conspired and schemed" with defendant, William Howe. For Lawrence Ware's shares Van Vlake offered to pay $12,000, to which Ware agrfeed when the consent of his brother was obtained. With that consent obtained, the complaint says William Rowe, ostensibly in his own name, purchased'Ray Ware's 11 shares for $6500, which he sold to —(Continued on Page (D— ' ' ' firass Valley Choir To Be Next Treaf' In Store For Musio Lovers of Ukialt — t •— Music lovers in-Ukiah.and sur-. xY-- Tl \ J rounding towns are invited to an Jtlarry xJOnnilieiCI outst'andmg musical program Sun- -pv A i» -l ' ' • = day afternoon, January M, al 4 Kan AlOUl GrUnmen^ o'plock, when the male choir of Girass Valley appears m a sacred concert at the Ukiah Methodist church. Because of the number of eng^gemei^ts filled by it was necessary to book them far. in advance of the scheduled date. These well-known singers have thrilled vast audiences on numerous radio programs, besides traveling to many cities, within reasonable distances of their home. For years this organization has given graciously of . time and talents to bring happiness to thousands of delighted listeners during the holiday season. Their greatest comiiensation is the keen satisfaction of lending enrichment to the lives of young and Qld, who enjoy inspirational musici The choir is composed of men and boys whose enthusiastic rendition of the renowned Gomish carols afford a memorable experience to appreciative congregations. Since early youth the the Grkss Valley Choir have enjoyed chpral s.mging for the sheer joy of producing subtle harmony in reverent song. The youngsters who ^cooperate with tnem have caught the spirit of their elders, making for balance and sweetness of tonal beauty in their fine productions. It is expected the capacity of the Methodist church will be taxed to accommodate all who Wish to hear this unusual chqjr. No tickets are necessary, but a free-will offer- .;ing .wUi- defray/travel' expenses of these :generou8 vooatists. ... Harry Bohnifleld, a Ukiah man employed at the Sonoma State HomOj was held up at the point of a gun Wednesday of last weeki by tvyo teenage boys from Sai Francisco while they release; James Kenis, 16-year-old psychi pathic delinquent, from the Inst tution. The gunmen.' Albert Kei:ns a Frank McKenna, 15 and 16 yea old, respectively, caught Bonn field as he entered the room when they were talking to James Ker; the patent. They were captun Friday and the gunmen taken t San Francisco to face prosecutio:^ for grand theft and kidnaping and will be investigated in connection with a recent series of 'tiurglaries. • Bonnifield is a brother of Mrs. Paul Poulos and Bob and Henry Bonnifield of Ukiah. l)ruck Upset, Driver Hurt Eurekan Injured ' Near Where Two Men V/ere Killed EKJOY EAST-WEST GAME The "Two Jims," James Buschf district attorney, and his son James, were enthusiastic rooters at the East-West game in Kezar stadium, arriving home m' time for the turkey dinner prepared Mrs. Busch. ? Mrs. Bqrt Rucker is' at her home; 310'.South Barnes ^reetj having. .returned from Talmag( where she has been the nurse oi duty at the home of Mrs.. Jo- Lucchesi. -'. • ( Rkfhard Whalen of Eureka was Aaken ffoip beneath his overttirned ftxuck:Wednesday night and rushed to 'the hospital at WiUits, "Severely Injured.. '. ..The'accident.was within. a • few hundred; feet of where-thu fatalij ijaccidfeijt of December 23 over+" [/took'..Marshal Bowles and Carl ^ustafson, who were killad out- 'ti£ht, and Marvin Soper, who is still-conftned in the Howard Me- itnorial Hospital and improving slowly. ... : .. : . ':,., " -Highway Patrolman 'jpred Hamilton, accompanied by. an insurance adjuster, were 4^ t the place, of the Bowles accident, making an examination of the highway when Whalen hove in sipnt, driving an army '.truck 'and.tiiwing another. Both vehicles whipped across the road as the. driver • applied the brakes.and as Whalen passed the two men on the highway he again set his brakes and the truck over- till'ned, with Whalen pinned beneath. :Aftef the injured driver was .taken, from under the truck, the JBlliott ambulance was summoned from £.aytonville to take him to Wiiiits; Died Suddenly at Ross VHETUENB HOME Mr. and Mrs. Joe Diaz and fam-^ ily. hav/-'retur)(iedfrom. Redwood City-where; they visited at;' Christmas. ' - . ' Atlorney G«orge FaTaday. whose sudden death at Bbii on January 2, shocked and saddened hi* many friends along the Mendocino coast, in Ukiah, and the entire county. MOTHER PASSES AWAY Mr. and Mrs, Charles Strickland and their daughter, Margaret were called to Los Angeles, by the death of Mrs. Ada Clark. M*s. Clark is Mrs. Strickland's mother and spent the past summer with her here in Ukiah. Miss Muriel Smith and Delbert Munson. motored, to San Francisco for the New Year with, Miss srmth's sister, Mrs. Catherine Cummings, , AttV Geo. Faraday Died Friday at Ross George A. Faraday, former member of the Mendociilo Bar Association, practicing at Fort Bragg, and later deputy district attorney of this county, trial attorney for the O.T*.A. at San Francisco and later O.P.A. enforcement directori died fat Ross on Friday, January 2, where the Faraday bpriie Charles Fulkerson Dies This Morning Charles M. Fulkerson, principal of the Ukie.h high school for the past 28 years, died sv<id«nly Friday morning in hii, office at the high school. Ml'. Fulkerson had been a teacher in Mendocino county, since 1912 when he Iiecame identified with the Ukiah schools. In 1915 he went to the Point Arona high school as principal snd was there three years, In 1921 he returned to UkiEh BS principal of the high school and had been in that position sinca. Mr. Fulkerson is survived by his wife, Mrs. Grace Fulkerson, and their.'two sons. Dr. Ronald and Harold Fulkerson. NEW YEARS 'i-WINS Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cole of Infiependence, California, write her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E; Longi the^news of the arrival of twins on January 3. One is a boy, the other a girl and all are re-> ported getting along as fine as can be. ' •" ' . had been for some time, .since I;removing from Ukiah. '^^ News of the passing of Mr. Fara.. day has shocked the entire county, among the many to whbm he was .so very wellknown and highly regarded and the particulars his death have not been learned-at this time! He Was a man.'pi',.^;- iceptionally high ideals and Aspira- 'tions, outstanding in his pWfeg-' ;Sion and a tireless worker. iH &rWas 'the husband of Margaret Gibbons Faraday and th6 father of Michael {and David Faraday. Mrs.' Faraday is the daughter|?df Dr. and Mra. Morton R .Gibbons land the brother of Dr. JMj^ift^n JGibobns, Jr.,. of San Franciscan Attorney Faraday was appointed ideputy district attorney for Menr idocino county in the fall of 1940, ;He resigned February 22, 1943, to accept the position of trial attorney for the Uaw enforcement division of the d.P.A,,' with headquarters at San Francisco In November, .1944, Faraday, was made chief 0;P.A enforcement'di­ rector, replacing .Thomas E. Ryan in 16' coastal counties. Of his advancement to this position. District Director Parks said, "-As-Mr. —(Continued onPage 3)r- •' FOR SALE 5- ACRE FARM—Close to XJkiah city limits. Very fine soil, large house, plenty of outbuildings, plenty of water. This place ideal for dairy farm, chicken farm or bungalow court—or combination of all three. Price $15,'?50. NICE LOT—East frontage on McPeak St., Hogan tract. Price $880. 2V4 ACRES—House on highway about 9 miles from Ukiah. 5- room house, ^art unfinished. Good well, good location. Possession can be had immediately. Price for quick sale. $3000. 5 ACRES—South of Ukiah, ideal for country home. Has good well, no improvements, some trees. Price $2000. BUSINESS LOT—Fine location, 145x180 on corner. Price $10,000. FRED A. NASSIE Real Estate Agency 111 W. Perkins 728.S. State Ukiah 78tfc PHONE 397 For' All Types of PAINTING, SHEETROCK FINISHING and TEXTURING H. S. GRAY Painting and Decorating P.O. Box 608, Ukiah 78tfc 8-Inch Tilting Table Saw SALE PRICED! A GREAT saw for hobbyist and skilled craftsman! 17 by 20-in. table titlts to 45». 2%-in. depth of cut. Rugged rip-fence with positive front look. Self-lubricating bronze bearings. Use with Vj-h.p. motor. See it today at Wards! 49.95 On Terms: $5 down, $5 a month MONTGOMERY WARD School. & Perkins. Ph. 622. 78tlc CLASSIFIED ABS^:. ^NEW'TTHSJ ISSU^^ TfliiaifioM AUTO PARTS and MOTORS For Chrysler -Plymouth - Dodge , and DeSoto UKIAH MOTOR SALES Fredbrr 61tfc-fp BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME Painting, Decorating, Paperhang^n Spray Painting; We Specialize in Sheet Rock Work. Le Fleve & Son 206 Mason. Ph. h66-M. 12tfc-fp Northern Calif. Movers & Builders BUILDING &, CONSTRUCTION Moving, Raising Foundations Telephone 484, Ukiah, Calif. 70tfc-fp HELP WANTED — Young man, high school graduate, interested In a career in banking. Good pay, 40-hour Vfeek. Apply at Bank of America. Ukiah. 69tfc-fp SEA KING Outboard Motors Now at WARDS! , SMOOTH running, alternate firing twin • with plenty of power for f?shing or pleasure boats, weighs only 45 pounds; 5-h.p. twin, only 128.50 MONTGOMERY WARD School & Perkins. Ph. 622. 78tlc FOR SALE — 1941 Ford deluxe station wagon. Good condition. Phone 480. See at Wildberger's. 78t2c FOR RENT—Floor polisher and Electrolux. Phone 480. 78t3c IF YOU do not want to polish and wax your floors, call 480. We will do it for you. Estimates gladly given. 78t2c HOUSE FOp RENT OR LEASE— 5 rooms, furnished, $65 month. I. E. Ball, Talmage, ttfter 3 p.m. Call Ukiah 14R1. 78t6c FOR SALE—Dilbert 2-wheel custom built trailer. At 222 Gobbi street. Also pair platform scales. 79t3p FOR SALE—Alfalfa hay. First cutting. Never been rained on. $25 ton. Call Ukiah 14-R-l. 78t6c FOR SALE—Portable Battery Radio. See at Bowling Alley. 78t3p FOR SALE—Some assorted plow shares. 1 horse drawn cart, newlj painted. 1 Morgan stock horse, gentle but spirited, with complete tack^ SpinelU's Blacksmith Shop 407 N. State St. 78tfc FOR SALE—Hollywood bed, divan and platform rocker. Phone 893-V/ after 5 p.m. 7etlp FOR SALE — 1 upright piano, cheap. Apply 107 So. State St. Phone 104 or C48. 78t3c WANTED TO HENT—Small furnished house or small apartment for reliable couple with an 8- year-old daughter. Best references. Permanent for at least 1 year. Reply tp Journal Box 1006. : , 77t2p-fp DON'T MISS the 50-voice Grass • Valley Male Chorus at the Methodist -church Sunday,.Jan. .11, at 4 p.m. • 77t2c-fp SHOP .AT HOME AND SAVE Watkins Products BETTER QUALITY AND VALXra FOR YOUR MONEY If you would like a Watkins man to call on you, phone 387-M, or drop a card to 427 No. Dora. J. R. EDGAR 70eoTc LIVESTOCK AUCTION —Horses, hogs, sheep and cattle sold every Tuesday at 12 o'clock at Ukiah Auction Yards. 88tfcT FOR SALE — Pure-bred unregistered Hereford bulls, priced reasonable. Odell Ranch, Ukiah. 76Thtfc FOUND—Black and white.Cocker Spaniel pup, male, 5 months old. Call Ukiah Veterinary Hospital, phone 136. ' 78t3c FOR SALE—1948.DeSoto sedan, good buy. See Dan Cohen, ph. 679 or 933-W, 78tfc FOR SALE—Refrigerators, completely overhauled, A-1 condition. ABC. Refrige/ation Sales & Service, 719-721 So. State St. 78t3c Be up to date, Don't be a "snook" Buy the car with That "'New Look": Kciiser-Frazer r,, GOLDEN WEST ' Motor & Supply Co. 728 So. State St. Phone 520 75tfc-fp Curley's Cabinet Shop Between State and Dora on Observatory .Avenue CABINET WORK OF ALL'KINDS, Phone 682 . O. E. "Curley" Johnson . 78t3c Color Styling OUR Interior Decorating. Service and years of experience places us in position to help you with your decorating needs. Ford & Luttge 340 No. Main St. Phone 307-J 66tfc-fp CHROMITE Metal Tile For Kitchen, bathroom and stall . Showers. 14 Colors to Choose From • F.H.A. Approved and Financed . ' Call or write Ukiah Gloss Co. Exclusive-Agents Mendocino and Lake Counties, Phone 1166-W Smith at Mason 74Th-Uc See ' KELLY COX FOR THE Best of Used Cars WE stand behind all of our latii model used cars. Ask the mei .i who have dealt with us. Cox Bros. Used Cars 301 So; state 70tfc-fp MERK RADIO SHOP the Old reliaBle Sales —• Service — Satisfaction Opposite Theater, lUklah 49tfc-fp DON'T MISS the, 50-voice Grass Valley Male Chorus at the Methodist church Sunday, Jan. H, at 4 p.m. ?,' - ' • • 77t2c-fp STATE GARAGE A Good Place to Buy a Reconditioned Car. We Buy and SeJl. 628 So. State St. 52tfo-fp First Shipments Now In! Friilt Trees, $1.50 each Apples—^U kinds Peaches--aU kinds Prunes, Apricots, Blums, Pears, Nectarines, Jigs English' Walniits Franquette, $3:50 each Persimmons, $3.50 each BERRY VINES . STRAWBERRY PLANTS RHUBARB Shade Trees, Evergreens, all sizes ' Bush'Roses, No, 1 grade, $1.25 to $1.60 Phone 565-W Redwood Valley Nursery Next to Frozen Food Lockers So. State St., tfliiah 77t2f-fp We build, stock or supply imder- ground and above ground storage tanks or truck taiik ^of any descriiiUon. Call us for prices on welding of any kind. Chase's Garoge 515 So. State Phone 757 LP. ' Gas & Appliance Co. Mason & Stnndley 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 Tiy Usl 15tfc-fp For Expiert Piano Tuning and Repair Latest Electronic Method R. S. RYB-SR & CO. , Call Bob Ryder Care of Gloria Pacini, 131-W, or Greeott's Music Store. 54Thtfc-fp Used vCar Bargains 1S39 OLDSM9BILE—5-passenger coupe; lfl38 Dodge 4-door se- dfin; 1938 Dodge coup^ 1935 ."itudebaker. 4-door sedan: 1935 Chevrolet • coupe; 1942 G.M.C. 2-ton, lO-wheel truck; 1932 G.M.C. . IVi-ton truck; 1937 i Dodge 114-toh truck. Vevoda Motor Sales : .'nith & School Sts., 78tfo-fp For Sale at Elphick's LOT 100x300—With warehouse in rear, well and pressure system, wonderful location for business building, in center of Potter Valley. TWO NICE LOTS —In Yokayo Heights. NICE LOT—In Munson subdivi- l sion, $500. BEAUTIFUL retirement home with wonderful view of the valley, running stream, landscaped garden, 3-bedroom home, • 10 acres land, grapes and family orchard. Must be seen to be appreciated. $13,000. RESORT—With mineral springs. 260 acres, 30 cottages; hotel building, swimming tank, barn and other buildings, close to highway. $50,000, or will sell half interest. Elphick Real Estate 155 E. Gobbl 78tlc FOR SALE No. 1 rooted St. George. Italian Swiss ColonSf, Asti, Calif. Phone Cloverdale 'ilO-F-2. l-8/2mi' Photo Supplies Watch, Clock and Camera •' fiepairing . PHOTO HEADQUARTERS Perry's Photo Supplies 160 E. Standley Phone 174-J (Next door to Journal) 78tlc FOR SALE—193fi DeSoto business coupe, A-1 shape; new motor, transmission, diflterentlal. At Drive-In Cafe. 78tlp FOR SALE — Approximately 44 acres of lovely rolling hill land, directly adjacent to town of Hopland. Has been recently surveyed. Many beautiful-view homesites. This is a real buy at the low price of $5500. STROUT REALTY Ukiah 78tlc FOR SALE — Hoover cleaner, all attacliments, must sell to settle estate. Reasonable. Phone 255-J. 78tlp FOR SALE—1936 Pontiac coupe, $425;»,1937 cab-over-enfiine 10- wheel job, $1000. Se-; Dan'Co­ hen, phone 769 or 933-W. 78tfc Ukiah Van & Storage Co Local and statewide MOVING Phone 440-J. Ukiah 4/14mcfp Reduced 4 Days Only! .NEW MTW CLEANER ,SAVE NOW on this completely new M-W! Has every extra for • faster, easier cleaning! M-W's new BEATER-BRUSH doubles rug cleaning efficiency with its two rows of bristlesi New low design. Headlight; bumper : guard. Motor never needs oil. 49.88 On Terms: $5 down, $5 a month 10 CLEANING ATTACHMENTS — 14.95 MONTGOMERY WARD School & Perkins. Ph. 622. '78tlc Commercial industrial Residential and Concrete Construction For Free Estimates Call T. Feibusch Construction Company Phone 1126-M, or write P.O. Box 32, Ukiah. 77tfc-fp ATTENTION, CATTLEMEMIl — Attend Tehama County Cattlemen's 7th Annual Red Bluff Bull Sale Feb. 5, 6 and 7. 282 ready for service, registered Hereford range and herd bulls and 16 Shorthorns, all of breeding age. 65 top guaranteed in calf Registered Hereford heifers. Consignments by 41 leading breeders from 6 western states. Write Sale Committee, Box 774, Red Bluff for catalog, information or reservations, 78t2c FOR SALE — 1941 Studebaker Commander Deluxe; has radio, heater, good condition; $50 less than book. Call 13-R-l, Ukiah. 78tfc BALED HAY FOR SALE—Good quality oats and vetch. Ed Hayes. WiUits. 78t6p Automotive Work BODY and fender, painting, glass, overhaul, expert repairs of ev.ejy • kin4. Prompt service. Tow oar on call. Vevoda Motor Sales School & Sndth Phone 37Q-W 65tfcfp Empire Roofing Co. Prompt Service Free Estimates All'types roofing experUy applied. Repair Work Our Specialty. All work guaranteed. 742 Stephenson. Ph. 514W. 4tfcfp FOR SALE — Oil stoves and oil water heater, slightly used, good condition. Odell Ranch, Ukiah. 76Thtfc FURNITURE FOR SALE—Second and fourth Friday of each month at Ukiah Auction Yard. Bring your furniture in any time. Sale starts at 12. 48Mtfc FOR RENT—New Eureka vacuum cleaner with all atfachments, arid Johnson electric floor polisher. Home Market, 113 South State, phone 25. 70eoT Bechtol's Paint Store Buy Your Pamt From a Painter WALLPAPER — PAINTS 109 So. State. Phone 293. 54tfc-T FOR SALE—Buzz saw, powered by Chevrolet motor, $50. Odell . Jlanch, Ukiah. 76Thtfc LOST—One, black female dog in Ukiah, Jan. 1, has collar little white spot under collar, name Donna. Reward. Write Frank Berfiasijiie, Maxwell. Calif. 78t4c FOUND — Dental plate in taxi. Ukiah Taxi Cab Co. Owner may have by paying for this ad. 78tlc FOR SALE—Higgins camp trailer complete, stove, 2 air mattresses, table, $500. May be seen Signal Oil Station, south State St. 78t3p FOR SALE—Kaiser-Frazer Manhattan, late 1947 model with radio, heater and sun visor installed; mileage 2000. Call phone 10-M before Saturday. 78tlc FOR SALE—Baled o?ts, alfalfa, hay. Putner Hill Ranch, 2 miles north of Ukiah. J. J. Kunzler. 78t3p FOR SALE—Reg. Cocker spaniel puppies, blonde. Mrs. Edith Spencer, Rte. 2, Box 749, U'dah. Phone 6-F-21 Potter Val. 78t3p FOR SALE — 1940 Dodge 1-ton pickup, 4-speed transmission. Good tires. Priced right, or will take trade. S. W. Blattner, Box 54, Philo, Calif. 78t2p TRACTOR WORK WANTED — H.D.-10 with angle blade. Write Box 12, Ukiah. 78t3p TIRE SAVINGS Greater mileage now available or recaps ar..d new tires. BUD ROMER TIRE SHOP 533 So. State 78t5Thc FOUND — Light browji Cocker spaniel, near high school. Ask for James Proft at high school. 78t3c FOR SALE — D-2 Cat, narrow gauge. See at Cowan Equipment Co. 78t3p FOR SALE—.16-ft. factory-built 1942 Gilbert trailer house, butane equipped, air brakes. Price $500 cash. 317 No. Main St. 78t:lp MOVED!!! , Acme Top Shop Auto Tops and • ^Upholstery Phor\e I l-F-2 L.B. UhderhUl 59tfc-fp Plastic Enamel Cqated Tyle B <5rd In 'Six Colors, Easily Applied ERNIE'S HARDWARE Building Supplies Paint and Plumbing Supplies Electrical Fixtures and Appliances 307 So. Main St., Telephone 277-J 77tfc-fp HAIRCUTS FOR the entire family, at Earl's Shop, W. Church. Two barkers. '. " 71tfc-fp- JUST RECEIVED—A shipment of new bath tubs, complete toilets, sinks and lavatories. Also have , used washing machine and a large stock of new and used furniture. Ukiah Trading Post North Highwaj^ Ukiah . .. Charles Thompson, Prop. • 77t2c GARDEN TRACTORS AT WARDS New Low Price 169.50 WARDS tractors offer you not just a cultivator, power. mower or sickle bar, but provides you with a year-round tractor for all garden uses, such a§,,p ,lowT ing, harrowing, seeding!; cultivating, cutting hay or weeds, raking hay and many more uses. Priced at 169.50 MONTGOMERY WARD CATALOG DEPT. ' School & Perkins. Ph. 600. 78tlc ATTENTION GRAPE GROWERS COME ih and see the new combination - sled and . brush burner. • Spuielli's Blacksmf>h Shop, 407 N. State street. 78tfc FOR SALE 1931 DeSoto, new tires, good condition. Call 681-W. • 78t3p IN OUR STOCK—For immediate delivery, heavy-duty IVi-ton Dodge chassis and cab, 2^speed axle, 160-in. wheelbase.. COX MOTORS, cor. Smith and Oak Sts. 78t2c SMALL APT. OR CABIN WANTED—By business woman; preferably close to town and reasonable. Please call Fr'arikio Duck, Redwood Journal. 78tfx FOR SALE—1941 Chevrolet W- tor pickup in good condition. On 101 south of Hiway Lumber Company. 78tlp FOR SALE—Zenith radio, teble model, good condition, $18.50. Phone 154-R. 78t2x FOR SALE—Electrolux vacuum cleaner, like new. Call 1I96-W. 78t3c HELP.WANTED—Woman to t;are for children, my home, 8-6 five days •week. No heavy housework. Phone n96 -W. 78t3c

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