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PAGE-TWO DISPATCH DEMOCRAT. UKIAH. CALIFORNU" FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1948 MSPATCH-DEMOCRAT K 'ft: COBBU . P0BLI8B8S Publlalied EiMli Friday at 120 Eiwst Stsadley Sin UUah, Mendocino County, CaiUomla SUBSOKIPTION BATES: Per Year ..._..$2.50 Three Months .80 ';SIX Months .- l;SO One Month _ _ .30 Single Copies to Non-Subscribers 10 cents Uommercial Advertlslns Bates: Readers, 20c pbr line Insertion, lepHPer line each subsequent insertion. Readeni set In 1 point type.-wWch Is the body ot this newspaper. H:HURCH°SERDiCES°i^ Income Tax Report and the Faritier EWXOHS NOT-E: This is Jhe fiist-of Iwp 3xticl |s,prepared by iho coUeclor of internal rcVOnue, James G. Smylh of the First California District, outlining the incofne, lax requirements for farmers. Any' person wiio derives two- thirdS'Or more of their income from the operation of a farm or ranch;'either as owner or tenant, is classified as a farmer by the internali revenue. Laridiords who receive two- thirds or more of their income from the rent or lease of a ranch in crop share Vaynents, also have all the' rights and privileges of prepafihg their income tax returns as farmers. . LartiiTords who receive cash for the lease or rent of a farm are not considered farmers. All persons who come under the internal revenue heading as "farmers," are, required to prepare and flle an "Estimated Dec­ laration'' by January 15, 1948. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the.SUPERIOR COURT of the STATE OF CAUFOHNIA, in and for the COUNTY OF MENDOCINO. In th? Matter of the Estate of ROBERT F. WALKER, also known -as and sometimes called Robert Franklin Walker, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned administratrix of the estate of ROBERT F. WALKER. , deceagejl, to the creditors of and all persons, having claims against said decedent to file them with the nq9,essary vouchers within six months after tlie first publication of this,,notice, in the office of the ; clerk '.of. the above-named court, or to exhibit them with the necessary wuchers within six months after tne date of the first publi- catiort'-'dt this notice, to said ad­ ministratrix at the office ot BURK«AWD RAWLES in the Republican' Press Building at Ukiah, Califomin, which said last named place'the undersigned administra­ trix .^elects as the place of business in-all matters appertaining to or connected with the said estate ot ROBERT F. WALKER, also known- as and sometimes called Roberl^.Franltlin Walker, deceased. First.-publication in The Dispatch • Democrat Decem.ber 10, 1047. BERTHA DENNY WALKER rAHministratrix ot the Estate QJ ROBERT F. WALKER. BURKE AND RAWLES , Attt>rjieys at Law Repujjlican Pres Bldg. UkrSff; California. Attorneys for Administratrix. 12-19,26 1-2,9 LEGAL NOTICE SUMMONS C.C.P. No. 407 No. 15356 Action brought in the Superior Court of the Stale of California, in and for the County of Mendocino, and the complaint filed in the ofl'ice of the Clerk- of said County 'of Mendocino. In the SUPERIOR COURT ot the STATE OF CALIFORNIA. in ahd for the COUNTY OF MEI^DOCINO. ROY ' HARMAN and LEONA HARMAN, Plaintins, vs. FRIEDA DOBNER, Defendant. The People of the Stale ot Caiifonii.'] Send Greetings To: FRIEDA DC3NER, Defendant. yOy.ARE HEREBY DIRECTED TO APEAR and answer the Complaint in the action entitled as above, brought against you in the Superior Court of the Stato of California in and for the County of Mendocino, within ten days utter the Service on you of this Summons—if served within this County; or within thirty dsys if served elsewliere. And you are notiliod that unless you appear and answer as above required, the said plaintiffs will take judgment for any money or damages demanded in the Complaint, as' arising upon contract, or will apply to the Court lor any other' relief demanded in said Complaint. Given under my hand and the Seal ptjho Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Mendocino, this 2Cth day uf September, 1947. W. J. BBOADUDS, County Clerk. . SPURR & BHUNNER, Attorneys for Plaintifl's. . ii/14-2mc This declaration must be within 66%% of the actual tax liability. The 1947 Estimated Declaration (Form 1040ES) should be Used by farmers. The 1948 Estimated Declaration, due March 15, is .Wed by business and professional men and women.: Farmers who hSve all income tax information available, may, by preparing and filing a final return on Form 1040, eliminate the preparation and filing of a declaration. If the- declaration is filed, a final return must be filed by March 15. All tux shoi(vn to be due on either the declaration or the final return must be paid at the time the return is filed. The utmost cooperation between taxp-iyers and the internal revenue is urgently needed this ye to facilitate tlie filing of tax returns. Owing to an approximate one- third reduction in personnel only 275 deputy collectors -swill be available in this tax period to assist in the filing, of returns. In the-1947 tax period 400 deputy collectors assisted in the preparation and filing of tax returns. A steady increase in population is expected to set a new high in the number of returns filed this tax period in the First California District. Unless returns are filed as early as possible, last-minute crowds may jam internal revenue offices, causing many taxpayeis to wait hours before obtaining assistance in filing their returns. THE PRESSYTERIAM CHUHCH Richard A. Van d«r La*, D. D. •'• Miniiler: • Sunday School at 9:45. • Morning worship at 11 o'clocki •The vested ohoir presents the musical program. The theme oi the minister's message ' wlU be "T.'-.c C!,al!cr,£C of the Changeless." The doors ot bur ; church are open to all who d=slre helpful. Christian fellowship. Our i invitation to all is simplyv "Come'and See." Everybody will be .be made welcome. . *• OKIAH METHODIST CWUBCH Charles G. Lindemann; Minittai Smith and Pine 9:45 a.m.--Sunday School. We have classes for all ages—children, youth and adults. Morning worship ot 11, Rev. Lindemann begins a series of sermons on the general theme of "The Mo.st Significant Words In the Bible; and Human Speech." His first topic will be "The Sadr dest Word." Installation of,, officers of : the Women's Society of Christian Service, i;.; At 4 p.m., concert by the CJrass Valley. Choral Choir! of more thiaii, 50 voices, a music treat'for-the v/hole community. * At 6:30, Intermediate. Youth Fellowship in the educational unit. Seventh and eighth 'gra;de age dhildreh invited. At 7:30, Senior- Youth FeUow- ship in church parlor.\iAll high schbol age youth, or over,, ate ifa- vited. Choir rehearsal Wednesday ever ning at 7:30 at the church. . We maintain a nursery where small children may be left in competent care . whil^ their jparents attend the morning worship. The "Church of the Chimes" invites you. Call For More Money For Solons At a recent meeting at Sacramento of county superintendents ot the state, held in the office ot the state superintendent of public .instruction, it was unanimously voted to endorse and suppor| the proposed constitutional amendment which would increase the renumeration of legislators in the State ot California. A statement issuing from the meeting says: "Anyone who has been active in Sacramento during legislative session knows the ability ai;d energy necessary to be a good legislator. If we are to continue to have the best men represent us in Sacramento we must be sure they do not have to make too many personal sacrifices. The proposed amount is little enough." REORGANIZED, CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LAT-TER DAY SAINTS WiU meet at 744 South Oak street at 11 a.m. All are welcome. Biiihop E; C: Burdick, - of the Northern CaHforiiia, District will be the speaker. . . the subject will be, ^'The Lord has founded Zion here below—Isi. 14;32. From where, in these last days, his law rnusi go;—Isi. 2;3. By prophets and apostles he has sent,—Eph. 4; 11-16. With power to say what the master meant.—^ John 3; 3-21. ' CHRISTIAN CHUHCH Oran BoIlingBr, Minister 210 NQith School St. Morning worship.. • "The Power ot God." Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.—Mrs. L. H. Foster, supei'iyitendent. Christian Endeavor at 6:30. Separate meetings for adults, young people and juniors. Evening worship, 7 p.m., "Wanted—Soul V/inners.'.' Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. Choir practice 'fhursday evening at 7:30. Tuesday Funeral For W. G. Collier CALPELLA COMMUNITY CHUHCH 10 a.m.—Sunday school, Mrs. Benback, superintendent. Funeral services for W. G.'Collier were hold in the Methodist \ church in Willits Tuesday afternoon, January 7, with burial fol- low*ing in <the Ukiah cemetery. He passed away at his home in Willits on January 5, after a long illness. Mr. Collier was, a member of a pioneer family, having been born in Bachelor valley. Lake county, March 2, 1876. He was the son of David Jackson Collier, wellknown settler of that country. He was married to Vada Watson July 10, 1918, and lived in Ukiah for a number of years. He was employed by Northwestern Pacific railroad for a number of years and | then by Cox Hardware in Ukiah i until 15 years ago, when he moved to Willits. He was with the Johnson Hardware at Willits until July of last year when he was stricken v/ith illness. He was elected to the city council twice during his residence at Willits. He leaves his wife, Vada, one son, Gerald Collier of Willits; a daughter, Mrs. Lucille Goodspn; four grandchildren, William Goodson, Leonard Goodson, Carol Collier and Ronald Collier. He was the b) other'of F. H. Collier of San Rafael, Mrs. J. F. Hilliard of San Rafael, Mrs. Susie Stinehoff ot Redwood Valley, Mrs. Anna Dutra of Centerville and Mrs. J. E. Mc- Kinmiy of Sacramento. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY "Sacrament" . is the subject of the Christian Science lesson-sermon for Sunday, January 11, with the golden text'from II Corihthians: "The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the communion of the Holy GhoSt,' be with you all." (13:14) The following citations are included in the sermon; John: "So when they had dined Jesus saith- to Simon Peter, Simon son of Jonas, lovest thou me more than these? He Salth unto him, Yea, Lord; thou knowest that J love thee. He saith unto him. Feed r,y lambs" (21:15). . , "Science and Health with, Key to the Scriptures" by.Mary Bakei Eddy: "Our Eucharist is spiritual communion with the one God. Oui bread, 'which comfeth down from heaven,' is tf-uth. Our cup is the ci-oss. Our wine the Inspiration of lovei the draught our Mastes drank and commended to'his followers." Oak and Church streets; readlnf room open 2 to 4 p.m. Tuesday Thursday and Saturday. PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN There Will be a regular meeting of the Presbyterian Women's Society Friday afternoon, January 9, at 2 o'clock when the officers ot the new year will be installed. Mrs. Louise Bernhard will go in as president. WERE MARRIED AT RENO Mrs. Leonard Main has announced the marriage of her daughter, Colleen Joyce Sturtevant, to Donald Porter of Palm Springs, the wedding taking place in Heno, Decemb«r 26. HOME MISSIONARY dHTOCK Opposite Aiiport Pastor, H. M. Bitbr Sunday school, 10 a .m. Morning wdrship, ll 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 God together. The church with a hearty welcome. The Ukiah Home Missionary church is holding an old-time. Holy Ghost revival with the Rev. Verhie and J. J. Harrolsons preaching each night except Monday. Healing services are being heW every Friday night, for the sick and crippled, and the public is in- yited to attend and see the manifestation of God's mighty power through Jesus Christ. This is the church with a hearty welcome to all peciple. Bring your problems to the Lord and we will pray with you. Pi-ayer changes things; God works while we pray. We invite you to come, CHUHCH OF JESaS CHRIST >f OF LATTEri-DAY SAINTS , Steiert Hall Sunday school. 10! a .m. Sacrement meetlni;, 11 a.m., con« ducted by C, A. Call, branohpresl- dent. Fireside chat at 7 ;30 p.m. ; .»i JPrimary, Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. Belief society, Thursday at 2:80 p.m. , . Sunday school, 10 a.mi . V Years/' Hev. 12:1-6. '•'Restored by the Angel Who Bode the White Horse," Rev. 6:2. "With the Gospel of Qhrist Appears," Rev. 14:6,7. • . > FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Corner Smith and Oak Stroett Leonard G. BTown> Pastor 9:45 a.m.—.B^ble School. Mrs.-Charles Whlttaker, superintendent. Yoij will 'find a class for every age group in our ischool. "11 a.m.-—Morning-Wdrship.. 7:30 p.m.—Evening service. Wednesday, .7:30 p.m.-r-Midwe^k prayer meeting. Hearing aids provider. A nursery for.small children. THE C^IUHCH OF CHRIST WeiierTotfinghami Evangelist. ':'Ktinisler ' .' . ' This church, accdrding to the New "Testament jiBitterri (Matt. 16: J8-Ro»n. 16:16), will be holding services each Lord's Day at the jCJfange, hall, South State, street; ; Sunday morning srvlces i^ill be frbni 10 a.m; to 12 noon, Vritii Bible stiidy, Lord's Supper and preaching. Evangelistic - services will be held each Lord's Day evening at 7:30. . , . Sermon subjects this week are, morning, "A Few 'Be's' From God's Word,K Evening,. "Christ's Testimony Concerning Hiinserf." Come, and serve the Lord with us. V Many projects - for the year's Vyork were'outlined at the meeting of the executive committee of the Women's Society of Ghrlq- |»tian Service. at a dessert luncheon itiven at the home of Mrs. Charles Lindemann I January 7 at 1 p.m. , Thcwbrk that was outlined by tHi^' committee will be voted oh at' th'e silver-tea given in .^ht' Methodist church. January' 15:- at •2 p.m. : • y Mrs. May Frohn, the new.preaiv dent, was in charge faf the busi.. ness of Wednesday afternoon. Other members of the,committee "attending were Mrs. Thelma Boul- warei vice ^president; Mrs. Fannie Nelson, recording secretary; Mrs. Neva Ganter, promotion, and Mea- dames Van Allen, Olive Busch, Mary Frohn, Ethel Held, Juanit^ Kirk, Carol Rupe, Alice Evans^ Gertrude Hinds, Reba Saulsberry, Esther McDonald, Hester Frahkliri, Lucia Cleland, Alice Lindemahn, Minnie Charlton; Hannah! Hansen^ RiJth Balyeat and May Beckley. SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Corner Bush b HehT7 Sabbath .(Saturday) services: 9:3 .6 a.m .rr-Sil3bath .Sc.hooi; 11 a.m. —inspiring, . ehlightenlhg Bible sermon. , Wednesday evening at B o'clock, ^Bible study and prayer service hour begins, , >. : The Wednesday night prayer, service ;libUr will be given oyer tO; a Biblfe Ifebtiir^ by the pastor, . aOLY TRJlfXTy EIPISCCPAL Hev. R.G. Witt. Vicar Sunday services: .Holy communion,. 8-a.m.; Sunday scllbol .9:45- a.m,; morning prayer; 11 a.m. FAITH LUTHERAN CHUHCH' ,,Louis >C.;i^Iattii;i0,:' Pnsiai - MOTriing Servic^- -will > toe conducted at the Episcopal G-uild hall each Sunday at l.L o'elock. • Simday school ininiedla-tely • after service.* Listen to the International Lutheran Hour each Sunday morning at 9:30. • We cordially invite you to worship-with uSV. . • • • .-• ' • - ASSEMBLY Of GOD—BoonviUe M. D, Lancaster • Sunday services: Sundaiy School at 10 a.m.; morning -N^orship at M o'qloclc; evening; evangelistic at 7:45; Wednesday Bible study at 7:45. p.m. . • UKIAH GOSPEL TABERNACLE ASSEMBLY OF GOD Smith and Barnes StB. J. K, Edgai. Pastor The church that is fundamentia], ful gospel aisd; friepdly bids you welcome. •• Sunday School—^9:45 a.ni. Morning iservlces—^11 a.rn. Children's Church—6:30 p.ni. Young People "s Meeting — 6:30 i.m. Tuesday Bible Study, Questions and Prayer—7:15 p.m; Friday Cottage Prayer Meeting —7i4 5p.m. BObNVILLE METHODIST CHUHCH Her. Wn>. W. Held' Minister Sunday school, 10 a.m. Worship service, T:30 p.m. Morning service at Philo at 11. Beginning October 5 there will Preaching service every Sun- tay at "7:80 pim. and at Philo at ll ajn. W.S.C.S. meets the second and fourth Thursdays of each month. CATHOLIC CHURCH SERVICES - Perkins <tid Buih Sta,. Falhor Adrian Sharkey. Pattox Fathei' Austin Mitchell F4ther Finhiein Carroll St. Mary's Church, Ukiah. Mass ;ach Sunday, at 8'.30 and 10 a.m. 'Sti- Albert's , Convent Chapel, West Church street. Mass each Sunday at 7 a;m, St. Francis, Hoplahd. Mass first Sunday at 9,a.m. Other Sundays, mass at 10:15. St: Bridlg's, Ca'fpella. Mass first Sunday at 10:15. No mass second Sunday. Other Sundays at 9 a.m. . State Hospital, Talmage. Third Sunday, mass at 9 a,m. . Indian Hanchoiias St. Joseph's. First .Sunday, mass at 9 ajn.- ' St. Dominic's. Second Sunday, mass at 9 a.m. St. Francis. Second Sunday, mass at 9 a.m.. St. Patrick's. Fourth Sunday, mass at 9 a.m. Year's Projects Outlined at Meet Swindler Conies Back For Sales Tax Something new was added to the gentle art of swindle lasffall^by a "salesman" for a -beverage copier who took a down payment of $120 for the machine ahd promised delivery in two or three weeks and came back two weeks later to collect $13:65 sales tax which' he iiad failed to pick up when the order was taken. '.John Breem of Napa, sold the tnaphine on October 17 to; Ernie and Laura. Shields of the Cypre.ss Auto Court on South State street. AfteJ" paying over the sales tax they waited patiently for delivery, away past the two delivery dates promised, and finally took it up with the police department. Chief of Police Viarengb contacted the Oakland firm Breem clainifed he Was. representing and was' told that they had no such salesman. Breem was later picked up at Napa and., released on $500 bail. • Wednesday of this week Breem apYieared in the Court' of Justice 'W. S. Van Dyke where the matter was gbne over thoroughly and a continuance taken. For Sale Business Opportunities EiAR & CAPE—On 101 hiway, "''n6eii business' section" of good ^•''tbyim; .ample picking space,' vi^ell •ir, .equipped, good, lease; Priced •: right at. $17,000. CAiT' & 5 RENTALS—Well lo, cated on corner, $200 per mp. rentals; cafe, grossing better than . $100 per day. Also liv. quarters. , All ior $21,000, •. , . CAFE — Hlway lOl; good lease; _ ideal location; priced right at . $5500. ,'SAWMILL —^ New equipment, lo' (jated in plenty of .staumpa'ge; 6 million ft. contracted for—30% redwood at $5 and 70% fir at $3 •per thousand; 5 ' million more " available adjoining. A money- liwker if you want to woi-k. $28,000. MANY listings in our several offices throughout the Redwood empire. Drop in and let us explain them to you. O. R. SKAGGS 344 No. State Si, Ukiah, 83-W r ' 77t2c FOR SALE — Garden toractor. Priced right. Ph. 9-F-14. 77t3p HOLZ CO. SUGGESTS you let our trained farm equipment mechanics go oyer your equipment now, during the quiet season, and put it in top shape for next season's work. Call 1180 for appointment. 59tfc PERSONAL STATIONERY — Just the thing for a gift or for yoUr own use; RedWood Journal. 41tfx PEDIGREED Rabbits, giant chinchilla from registered stock. All ages, some does with litters. Also New Zealand Whites. Wm. W. Gray, 1 1/10 miles north of CaJ- pella on 101 highway. 76t3p FOR SALE —Store fixtures at Berlin's Pharmacy, to make way fo^ our new fixtures. 76t3c CAFE CHECKS— Now in stock at Red-Wood Journal, office. .'Get your supply there. 76t6c FOR SALE —Bedroom set, double bed and dresser. Single bed with springy, Duncan Fife dining room set. Also Irish terrier pup- pie. 565-J or 763 So. State St. ' 77t3p Be Sure Your . Pruning Supplies -. are in order., They may be tough to get again this year. HOLZ CO. has.Snag Cut parts, shear,handles and bolts in stock now. ' J 59tfc l-STOHY MODERN DWELLING ^—SuiTounded 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. Larlcin J. Younce' Preston Bldg., Ukiah 77t4c NEW COUNTRYlttOME— Close to Ukiah, 4 -bed'rcjbnis,' large living room, large modern kitchen, 2' baths; electric heat' or oil, fireplace, 5 acres of land, abbilt . half level; gardens, shrubs and trees, unlimited,.water supply^ Magnificent panorarna. Price . $10,000^ terms. $5000 dbwh. • Larlcin J. Younce ' Preston Bldg.; Ukiah 76t4c Business Opportunities and Real Estate CAFE—101 hiway; corner loca- ii.tion; steady bus.; good income; •also liv. quarters. Let us show you. .' BAR & CAFE—Good lease; one of the best locations m nortliern . Calif. Priced to sell. COURT, GAS STA. & CAFE— Hlway 20; , beautiful location. S25,O0Q. GAS S'TA.—Liv. quarters; ideal loc. for cafe; long lease. $6000. HIWAY LOCATIONS—For courts Of business. $3000 to $25,000. RANCH-r-37 acres; good home; 5 miles from:Ukiah. $9000. MAKE our office your headquarters.' . O. R. SKAGGS 344 1 *0. State St. 83-W. 77t2c IMMEDIATE DELIVERY — Water heaters, floor ' furnaces and - ranges for propane-butane. Economical home and farm tank gas ; units: L. P. Gas & Appliances. Phone 17- J. Mason and Standley streets. ; ..: , 71tfc LIGHTING FIXTVHES —iye have in stock and maintain the largest and most complete line of lighting fixtures in 'diendocino and Lake counties. • ' ROBERT L. BECKER 731 So. State St. Ukiah; Calif. • ... , . 104tfc 9 ACRES—Located within City of Ulciah, on paved street. AH public utilities available. Partly timbered. Suitable for homes atid subdivision. Price $5000. Ternis. to suit. / • I ACRE—Ort Redwood highway, close to town; $1500, terms. 1 ACRE—Oti Redwood highway, , 2 miles from Ukiah, for $1750. Terms. 4 ACRES—Just off the highway, close to Ukiah, for $3300. Terms. Larlcin J. Younce Preston Bldg., Ukiah 76t4c VACUUM CLEANER for' sale- Phone 6^8- 77t3p HOLZ CO. Used Equipment Dept. offers some very fine savings in Wheel tractors—".Track Layers." Ti -actorTdrawri aiid • Horse -di -avvn iJiscs, Narrows Jind Plows " • • 59tfc HOOFING AND INSULATION oui specialty. Johns-Mahville prod, ucts; ho job too big, none too smaU. Herman Runkel. Ph. 102 Bargain Offerings NEKJHBORHOOP GROCERY and provision. store in fine location, doing a good business. Store building with basetnent! and^ 3- bedropm living quarters,in rear. Price, includirig land, building, furniture and fixtures, refrigerating case and walk-in box and stock.of merchandise, .$21,' 000. MODERN, REBUILT 5-ROOM HOUSE—Close in. Larg^ lot, 80x160, Good investment for a home or rental purposes. $'?350. 3-ROOM HOUSE —Semi-modera •Large frontage lot one block from highway. $2900. Fred A. Nassie 111 W. Perkins St. 724 So. State Sf. 66tfc STOOL COVERS— We are manu- facturin? stool covers for bars and small rooms. Made of the highest grade leatherette and guaranteed tpp7grade workmanship—at reasonable prices. A/iy color desired; every stool cover made to your individual order. Contact CALIFORNIA COVER CO., 636 First St., Santa Rosa, Calif., phone 3934. 77tl0p FOR SALE—303 British Lee-Enfield; 12-gauge double-barrel L. C. Smith; .32-.20 Winchester carbine. Write'H.;C. Deisenroth, Gen. Del. Clo-verdale, or phone 119. , 76t3p Trespass Notices PROTECT your property with durable sigiis, printed on sign cibth. Prices: 6, $2.50; 12, $3.00; 25, $4.00; 50, $5.50; lOP; $8.50. On mail orders, include -state sales tax and postage. Redwood Journal. 32tfx Ready-Cut Homes $555 complete, 16x20 ft., cottage, cabin, garage; erecf in 3 days. All new materials, doors, windows, roofs, floors, nailsj etc., all cut to fit. Plans arid instructions furnished. Immediate delivery. Sample building noW being erected 2 miles south of Ukiah, left side of highway. Ph. Ed Sands, Ukiah 334 -J. 739 No. Oak. LTcaih delivery, $1750. 70ttc GARAGE OWNERS— Standard repair- order books In stock at Redwood Journal. ; 35tfx BUY - SELL - TRADE THROUGH THE CLASSIFIED COLUMNS PRINTING LETTERHEADS, envelopes, cards, booklets, programs, trespass notices, etc., rubber stamps, sales books, anything in the printing line. For first class work, modern type faces and prompt sei-v- ice bring your printing business to the Redwood Jouinal. 20tfx HOUSE FOB SAtE— 5 rooms, partially, furnished. 103 E.- Valley St., Willits. Write .Tames R. Johnson, Box 337, Sau Rafael, Calif. , ' 77t3p FOR SALE —General Electric re- frigeratoi- and Opcidental tabletop, 4-burner gas range. At 208 E. Smith St. After Jan. 10 at 3,13 W. Church St. 77t.3c FOR SALE —Kinkade garden tractor, 2V!! h.p. Worlds of power, easily handled, 8-in. plow with coulter, 8-10-in. blade disc. Weed cutters and other tools. Guaranteed in perfect condition. See it and try it. Call 714-W. 77ttc FOR SALE —--Small cottage, just painted, inside and out; 3 miles from Ul<iah on,large lot and ppved road! Gas and electricity, unlimited water supply, very attractive ahd desirable surroundings. Price $4500; $1000 down, bajance at $30 per month. Larkin J. Younce Preston Bldg., Ukiah. 77t6e LABELS — For wine bottles or otter purposes, plain or fancy; The Redwood Journal, tfx FOR SALE — Bunk bi id, nearly new. Also textra-gqqd Inattrcsses for Same. Call 621-R after 6 p.m. , 76t3c PUMPS WE can supply pumps' from the largest deep-well turbine to the smallest pre.ssure syitem, and have competent engineers to figure your job. ; ; WE ; represent two of. the most respected names in the "pumping business: BYRON JACKSON Irrigation Pbmps and .JACUZZI . .Pressure Systems Bring your pumping problems .to us. UKIAH FARMERS CLUB Call 730. 41tfe FOR SALE— A Bean-Mist sprayer with dust attachment. Excellent condition. Phone 13-R-l. '74t8c EMMOLO BROS. NURSERY CO; GRAFTED vines on resistant St. George root. Resi.stant rooted vines, various varieties rooted. Rte. 2, Box 309, phone 3-J-12, St. Helena. Calif, . 12/22mc HOLZ CO. has available at t'.ieir disposal a Pumping Engineer Who.^ill be able to Offer any help in' your punipirig or irrigation problems, ho matter hoW large or small.., . •. '59tfc LABELS — For wine bottles or other purposes,, plain or fancy; wide selection to choose from. The Redwood Journal. • tfx FOR SALE —Bedspring and mattress*; Coleman oil heater. 441 .. Clara. 76t3p OLD PAPERS— 10c per bundle, ,., at Redwood Journ.-il 28tfx FOR SALE — 25-ft. Amabassador trailer house, butane efluipped, $1250. J, W. Nolan Willow Point Resort, Lakeport, Calif. 77t3p BOOK MATCHlES — Personal pi tor fauslpess. Order from the Redwood Journal. , ' : • 20tfo Employnie^f MEDICO DRUG. .c;0.~Will have opening for 3, experienced sales girls around Feb., 1. For particulars see Mr. Rdumas, Manager. Lumber Grader WANTED for Sart Francisco cpn- cerp. Must be experiencied, reliable, capable. Permanent to qualflied man, Must live in or near city. State age, experience, • salary expected. Write John Doelger, 320 Judah St., San Francisco 22. . • 75t6c WANTED — Woman for general housework in exchange for living quarters, board and small salary. One child no objection. Write C. M, Weat)ierby, Box 377-D. Healdsburg. : 77t2c ROOM FOR RENT— Reasonable. . 734 No. State. 76t3c MAJOR OILv COMI>ANY service station for lease. Call 80-W. 72tfc W-YARD CONCRETE MIXEH— With, operator, for rent. Gall !120-M. 77t3p Used Cars FOR: SALE— 1947 Frazer Manhattan. LESS than 2500 mii.ss; cost $3237/Must be"seen to be apprdi elated; Will take $2650 and accept; car in trade. See at 1094 W. Standley'St. . 77t3p ITOR -SALE— -'29 .Ford cOupfe, box bacic _Phqne J^3-J.____J7^ MODEL "A*' ,FOH, SALS— Plione 30-Y-12. • '78t3p FOR SALE New 1947 Kaiser with fe\y miles. Will take ;used ' car in fair condition as.part pay^ ment. Phone 488-J. ' ; 7'7t3c: FOR SALE— 1947 Dodge truck, 160-in. wKe'elbase; 8; speeds (4^ speed transmission,- 2-speed Eaton differential).; Factory flatbed, fated lO-tbn load. Vacuum booster brakes aiid gear shift, used very little; Full price, $1850. F- M. AtkinSi Orr Springs Rd., Ukiah. : . 76t3p FOH SALE— 1932 Chevrolet coupe, 600x16 white walls. Seal Beam, good condition throughout. 11J5. 77t3p FOR SALE T- 1939 Chev sedan, heafer, radio, good cbndition, 4 new tires. Phone 1000, or 810 No. State St;, after 5 p.m.". 73tfc GMC .— '33 *4-toii; pickup. Good cohditioh, '37 Packard sedan. Second house across bridge, Lorraine Ave., Muhson Addition. - ': - - - . • 76tfe MUST SELL— 10-wheel Chevrolet- truck; completely overhauled, stockrack, Fabco 610,; 3-5t)eed Brownie, new rubber, best offer takes. 126_Clara_Ave. 77t3p FOR SALE — By own^^r, Deluxe Chevrolet sedan in good condi-. tion. Phone 16-F-2, Geo. E. Cpok. •-: . .. . : '77t3ijr FOR SALE— 1931 Ford ebhvert- able; fair conditi6n, $225. Fhone 871. 76t3p FOH SALE— 1946 Chevrolet panel, low mileage, reasonable.. Phone 400. .; ; . S8tfc truck Headquarters : bargains Galore 1942 3-ton Dodge, hew motor, 6- speed transmission, 603 Brownie, 900x20 tires, 10-hole Budd. Very clean, condition, _ , 1942 Fords • and Chevrolets, 1^ton 2-speed axle, smoe with hoist flatbeds. , Lumber tfuck^; seiinl -tirallerSj ^pickups, dfeseis, stakes. Many to choose from. All these trucks are priced to sell. No reasonable offer refused. ' Coast Motor Sales 755 Third St. Petaluma, Calif. 12/291mc MMellqiieou;!! The Sport Center 355. North State HAS everytldng for the athlete, the hunter, the fisherman. ,,. . Football shoes, gym shoes, atli- letic • supplies, hunting' clothes, shotguns. .22 rifles, air riflles, ammunition. - • 46tf c FLOOR SANDING and finishing- Old and new. Hardwood ai'id linoleum floors aleaiied, WaXed . and polished. Phones 724, gOT-R, 912 -W. Rod Walch, 912-W; Ed Oden, 50'?-R, 724. 1/lmlp HOUSEWIFE —Approximately $2 per hour and up commissions. Take orders for products by Real Silk. Established business. Write P.O. Box 332, Santa Rosa, for interview. 77t5c HELP WANTED— Girl for clerical and light atono work. Bank of America, Ukiah. 74tfc Wohihed EiiipteynQent^ WILL CJARE FOR CHILDREN— My home, under-school age. Part or full time. Phone 3-F-2.. 77t3p Wanted to Buy WANTED TO BUY — 1935 Ford body, or will sell Ford without body. ,gd Boyle, .WHUts. ' 77t3p WANTED -^Model "A" Ford or .old • model Chevrolet; also 18-ft. bed and stock rack. Write J. Clyde Anderson. Albion. Calif. 76t3c WANTED TO BUY— One to 5 acres north of Ukiah, on or off highway.; Ed Boyle, Willits, 77t3p HEADY MARKET for~all classes of livestock, any size lots. Farm Bureau Mairketing Assn, phone Booriville 2591 collect, or Ukiah 1114. • 7tfc Lost dnid Pound LOST — Black wallet containing approximately $20, navy discharge with nftmfc of; Adrienne Theresa- Pasqilale.' Please- return to Mrs. Peter J'.Onari, Kte. 1, Box 126, Redwood Valley. Reward. 77t3c NOTICE — Will party who took mnbrella . from postoffice near Christmas return it tri Redwood Journal. 77t3c Wanted to Rent WANTED TO LEASE — Cmall grape vineyard. Write P. M. Cave, P.O. Box 47, Talmage, • 77t3p Radio Repairing ONE-DAY service on all types of . home or auto radios. PAULO.NITSCH state ;& Clay. Ph.' 47-J. 75tfc FOR SEPTIC TANK and cesspool pumping, phone 20-Y-15. 77t3p PLASTERING — Free estimates, reasonable prices. Box 1005, Redwood Journal. 'TetOp SpeciallElng . ELECTROLUX CLEANER : Repairs Expert Service Since 1933 SHILTOW'B 3980 Redwood Highway South, Santa Rosa Phone 4033 -W SEPTIC TANKS & CESSPOOLS pumped. Modern equipment. No mileage charge. Phone Upper Lake 52 between a a.m. and 6 p.m., or wn:ite PvO. Box 220, Upper Lake.; A. E. SILVA ^ 50tfe LEAVING TOWN?—Have to sell? List with Strout; " , 44tlc BAKER & STANTON Transfer and Storage Co. are agents for Aerp Mayflower Transit Co. In' the Redwood EmiJire. They are now In a position fo accept load* for any pairt of the tJnlted States, particularly Oregon ahd Washington. Baker & Stanton-Mayflower , 37 W. 2nd St.. Eureka, Calif. 17tfc AI.L MAKES of washing machines repaired:" wringer rolls, belts, parts. Wright's Electric, 2iB9 N. Main. Phone 693-W. SOtfC A. G. Kessinger ' WELL DRILLit^lG 581 No. Dora. Ph. 827-R.- 20tfe DRESSMAKING — Machine-made buttonholes and altei-ations. Gall afternoon. 402 Perkins St. 51tfo ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING— John Wilson, 610 McPeak St. SOtfo LABELS — For~wTne bottles or other purposes, plain or fancy; The Redwood Journal, tfx

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