Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on January 16, 1948 · Page 1
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California · Page 1

Ukiah, California
Issue Date:
Friday, January 16, 1948
Page 1
Start Free Trial

\ CHAS-fyLKM -"TS'SUODENLY High School Head Died of Heart Attack Friday Morning Memorial services for Charles M. FuUcerson, late principal of the Ultiah high school, were held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'cloclc from the Ultiah Presbyterian church, with Rev. E. H. Benson, retired, officiating. Inurnment was at the Chapel of the Chimes, Santa Rosa. Mr. Fulicerson passed away in his olfice at the high school Friday morning while in conversation with Harold Lawrence and Don Musser, two members of the school faculty. A resident of this county during the, greater part of the past 36 years, and principal of the high school of this city continuously for 20 years, Mr. Fulkerson held Q.n enviable place in Ihe esteem of all the people and among members of the teaching profession throughout the state. Coming to Ul^iah in 1912, Mr. Fullierson taught in the city sclibols for three years, then was principal of the Point Arena high schoffl from 1915 to 1918. He returned to the Ukjtah high school in 1921 as principal. A graduate of Berea College at Berea, Kentucky, Mr. Fullterson received his M.A. degree from Stanford University. ' He was a member of Ultiali Rotary Club and had served as secretary for more than 15 years. Of his service to that organization, the Rotary Bulletin issued after his death paid him' the foUowhig tribute: "His unswerving devotion to his duties, whether as secretary, principal, or any other pursuit, was the conspicuous trait of his character. There has never been a citizen of Ultiah with a more outstanding reputation for integrity, honesty and probity of conduct." IWr. Fulicerson is survived by his wife, Mrs. Grace Fullterson, and two sons. Dr. Ronald Fulicer­ son 6£ Oaltland and Attorney Harold Fulkerson of San Francisco. Menciocino CounTy^s Pioneer Newspaper DISPATCH-DEMOCRAT OFFICE: 164 East Standley St. Weekly Digest of Mendocino County News City, Rural and Co\mty. News From, Every i Section of Mendocino County, • DISPATCH.DEMOCRAT: Phone Ukiah Number O—N—B THREE FILE ITS NNAVMOCRO Separate Actions Beaun For Damages Of Over $33,000 Three damage actions filed last week agaisnt Robert A. Wagoner, Leonard R. Dix and Howard P. Rliodes total more than $33,000 and are the outcome of an accident which took place_three mile .-i east of Navarro on August 30 of last year between the Dodge furniture Van owned by Wagoner and Nix in their van and storage business at Ukiah and the Buick sedan belonging to Nita Miller, one of the complainants. The van was driven by Howard Rhodes. The first suit was filed by Dollie Humphrey, who was a passenger in the Miller car, and who asks general damages of $15,000 and $480 for expenses accruing because of her injuries. William A. Macy, driver of the car, is suing for $15,000 and $430 for doctor and hospital expense. Nita Miller, owner of the car, asks only $2000 for injuries sustained, $700 lor her wrecked car, $300 for the loss of its use and $13 for her doctor bill. The' complaints all charge negligent operation of the movii^g van by Wagoner, the driver. Russell A. Harris of Sacramento is the attorney for all complainants. SPORTS, MACHINE SHOPS ARE ROBBED Housing Projects At Willits Stripped Of Furnishings Two burglaries at Willits are under investigation by Chief Criminal Deputy William White and Chief of Police Larry Moore. Over the weekend Harrah Brothers' Machine Works was entered and electric drills and grinders, valued at more than $300, were stolen. Entrance was made through a back window and no. definite clew has been uncovered by the officers. The federal housing project at Willits was also burglarized during the weekend when u number of cabins were entered and half a dozen Coleman oil heaters, nine wooden kitchen cabinets and a quantity of wire stolen. Tuesday night of this week Bob Haskett's Sporting Goods Store lost an air gun and two boxes of pellets value at $24. Carl and Willia'm Moore were taken into custody by the officers and finally confessed the burglary. The boys are 12 and 15 years old, respectively. . Entry into Haskell's was by the back door where a hole was cut in a panel to release the lock, —(Continued on Page 6)— HOE UKIAH SHOWN INIPORT Population Upp6d 100 Per Month During Past Year The Ultiah Chtober of Commerce has released the folowing statistical report of the growth and progress' ol Ukiah during 1947; The population of the city rose from 4735 in 1946 to approximately 6000 at the end of 1947; 80 homes were constructed at a cost of $30? 000 and 300 new telephone subscribers are serviced. The Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Company is building a $60,000 addition to the local headquarters, and the Bank of America is erecting its new home on South School street at a cost of $150,000. New enterprises 'number 13, with an expenditure for construction of over $100,000. A Mendocino State Hospital building expansion program is under way of approximately $1,000,000, and the PaciBc Gas & Electric Company is spending large sums in the development of their service in and around Ukiah. In the first JO months of operation in northern California, the Southwest Airwuys loaded 1700 passengers at the Ukiah port and unloaded 1300. More than. 90,000 pieces of airmail were dispatched from the Ukiah postofEice in 1947. American Biis Request Lolt Convenience and Necessity Not Proven, Board Says , SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. IQi. (WNS)—American Bus Lines, Inc., which, had sought to serve in Cali- foniia as an intrastate bus carrier, operating from San Diego northward to Los Angeles, thenpe to San Francisco via the' coaSt highway, and via the Redwo( d highway tor the Oregon line, h is lost its fight. . The California Public •Utilities Commission, in a 23-page decisio i, denied the petition of the Amer r can for a certificate of public coi "r yenience and necessity, therebir. sustaining the position of the p!.'( - testants. Pacific Greyhound Lines, the Santa Fe and the Southern Pacific Railiyays. •' The decision ends, for the present,-a fight launched late in. 1945 by the American Bus Lines, ah interstate carrier operating out of Chicago, to invade the California intrastate territory, with powerful rivals already in the field. ' In one phase of its sumihiary, the commission's decision; sai^^ "The services which Anlericari proposes to render are not of "a. type or pat:tem that is hew or, distinctive in character, nor are they designed to meet a new;pub-j —(Continued on Page 6)—, 11 BOYS ENTER S CE In Competition For Best Model Designed This Year g Clark Beck, :Warren Jimerson, Frank Johnsdrt and David Stjre: •wait, all of Ukiah, are listed 'ainpng: the youths of the United States Vi 'ho Iiave entered \he 1948 •competition sponsored by the Fisher: Body' Craftsman's Guild . of Betrpit; for designing and building model automobiles. The Craftsman's Guild is offering a total of $65,tf00 in awards, including eight university schol- arslilps, to the boys who design and build the best model cars this year. Entrants are between the ages , of 12 and 20, and are divided into junior and senior divisions. ; The Ukiah entrants will compete fiEstfor the 14 state awards offered in California., The top" junior and Renoir winners the.r wjll vie with other boys from neighboring states for^regiorial honors, i^nd 40 re- ^gipnal winners will receive free trips,to the National Guild, convention to compete for'one of the eight university sqhdlarships. Deadline for shipment of models Is July 1. Saratoga/has held an annual blossom festival since 1899. COUNTY'S SCHOOLS E 582^PyPILS Mendocino Kept Pace With Expanding Population SACRAMENTO, Jan. 14. (WNS) —Keeping pace \yith-California's rapidly expanding . population, enrollments; in public schools throughout the state reached an all-time high of. 1,748,098 on October 31, of which 5823 Students vfere in grades from kindergarten through junior college in Mendocino county, and 79 in special classes or evening nigh schoolvand junior colleges., Roy ,E. Simpson, superintendent of public instruction, in making public enrollment totals for all counties, said 1,489,536 were enrolled in icih^ergarten through junior college dctober 31, as compared to 1,384,249 on October 31, 1946. • . However, there are this year 32,382 part-time pupils enrolled in kindergarten through junior college", and 226,380 adults in evening school. Records for these special students were . not kept in 1946, Simpson said, so a comparison of the present year's gain with the total for 1946 cannot be. given. , The increase for the present year is 6.83. pei: cent. over 1946 and 14.2 pei: cent over 1945. , Two Injured When ane Mbtor Fails 'T?heStearman biplane owiied by James McFarland and occupied by Morgan Ruddick,: pilot, arid Dell Chase, tJkiah garage owner, crashed at about 5 o'clock Thursday evening on the Grace ranch south of Ukiah.^injUring both occupants and demolishing the left wings* ' ' of the plane. Ruddick is in the Ukiah General Hospital under the care of Dr. Nicholas Zbitnoff with his left arm broken in several places and his body covered with bruifies. Dell Chase escaped without broken bones, but is still confined to his home recovering nicely, it Was reported Monday. The only e^fplanation of the accident is the failure of the motor at a time when a landing could not be made in open country. The left wings of tiie plane were ripped off when Jt came into contact with a tree with such force that the motor was ripped out and thrown approximately, 3.0 feet from the tree. • ' Paradoxically, it was a lucky accident, that with both men strapped in their seats, the wreck did not catch fire. And fortunate, also, that Chase and .Ruddick escaped with injuries no'more serious thani were suffered. The atcident came at a time when ithe, city, ambulance v.'as un- .'dergping .repairs. Mr. Chase was able:tb ridp into town .with Carl FOR 9ALE—New gasoline wash ing machine. See Albert Powell, Babcock Ranch, Redwood Valley^ 80t3p FOR SALE— Wedgewood upright gas range with trash burner. Priced reasonable. Phone 479- W. . 80.tlp 'Wild' Hog Death Trial Set Monday Dale Glidewell of Oakland and Glen Nickell of San Lcandro are on the calendar of Justice J. H. June of Boonville for trial Monday for butchering a "wild" hog belonging to George Zcni of the Y ranch on the Anchor Bay road on December 7. The two men, accompanied by Glidewell's fattier and brother, appeared at the Y rancli the night of December 6, saying they had permission to hunt quail and wild hogs on the ranch. The next morning they set out and soon were processing Zeni's pig where it had been felled, and were doing right well until the owper and his brother rode by, according to the way the story was told to Sheriff Broaddus and' Dgputy Witter, who talked with the Zenis and waited at the ranch house until the hunters were "home from the hills." The elder Glidewell and oii.?-- son were not involved in the hunt, according to the sheriff's information. Deputy District Attorney John nelson represented the ijcople at the trial. Billie Mae La'sen of Westport, a senior in the Fort Bragg high school, was the guest of Dorothy Guntly during the New Year holidays. FOR SALE— 1947 model, heavy- duty nietai twin horse trailer. See Kellty Cox at 301 So. State St., or call 977-W. 80tlc FOR SALE— 1947 61-OHV Harley Davidson motorcycle, good condition. Inquire 572 Park Blvd. 80t3p FOR SALE—1939 Lincoln. Radio and heater, overdrive^ motor in good condition, new rear end, new clutch. Inquire at Pacini's Mobile Station. 80t2c FOR RENT —Room with private entrance and toilet. 204 No. Barnes St. ^BOtlp FOR SALE— 1929 Buick "6" 4- door sedan, good condition, Charles U. Thompson, next to Denny's Auto. Court, on 101. 80t3p WANTED TO BUY— Property for use as hunting club, 500 or 1000 acres, with or without buildings, must have water. P. S. Testa, 429 Bosley St., Santa Rosa. 80t3p FOR SALE—1947 2-door Ford 6 sedan. Low mileage, lots of extras. Can be seen at Little Lake Garage, Willits, or phone Laytonville 39 -R evenings. 80tfc FOR SALE—City gas automatic water heater, left-hand trash burlier with water coils, child's Scott dyer. Call after 3 p.m., phone 1178, 736 Grove St. 80t3c FOR RENT —- Small cottage to elderlj' couple. No pets. Box 1007. 80t3c FOR SALE—4-room house, double lot, $4700. 1154 W. Standley St. 80t3p MAN WANTED— With horse and plow for small job. Phone 693-J from 9 to 5; 1113-J after 5 p.m. 80t3p FOR SALE — Electric range, 3 burners and oven. Ph. 1144-W. 80t3p FOR SALE — Refrigerator, 5 ft. Mrs. E. Dorman, 311 No. Pine, Ukiah. 80t3p FOR SALE— S.&W. .88 caliber revolver. Phone 1518-W after 5 p.m. 154 Gibson St. ^80t3p FOR SALE— Caterpillar "15" tractor; 2-wheel trailer, welded steel construction; heavy-duty Ford truck front end, wheels and tires. Phone 24a-R or 243 E. Gobbi. 80t3p FOR SALE—10 tons of first-class earn corn, $75 ton. Take first road to right past Whiteley's Lumber ard on road to Upper Lake. Come to top of hill. Ed Russell. 80t2p WANTED—The man that repairs Singer sewing machines as a hobby, to make portable into table model. Contact Bertha Fillmore at Rasco's 5-10. 80t3p AUCTION SALE — Livestock and poultry sale every Tuesday. Misc. and poultry second and fourth Friday at Ukiah Auction Yards. Phone 690-W for information and truck service. SOThtfc I.ABELS — For wine bottles or other purposes, plain or fancy; The Redwood Journal. tfx FOR QUICK, SURE RESULTS YOU CAN-r BEAT THE FAST ACTION OF THE WANT ADSl :rr:r^.-. Giannecchini and was taken to the offices of Dr. J^mes Massengill, who la.ter: took him to the General hospital. Mr. Ruddick,was broughf|.t6,^e Douglas Bigham's station wagon, led riy Fire Chief. Al Bechtol. After 20,000 hours flown from the Ukiah airport, this was the first accident of any consequence in the 33 months since thg. port was returned to Bivllian management. In fact, it is the first accident in the history of the port, and those 20,000 hours represent a million and a half miles floxyn; The Grace ranch is the former William Edwards property,' put- chased last August by ..Frank Grace, - . Picture on page 3. COAST MOTEL AU'THORIZED . John J. Meyer has been licensed by the California Division of Housing to expend $17,000 for construction of the Coast .Motel, one and .a half miles south of Fort Bragg, and a permit'.has be^ii issued, to.Cecil and Georgia. Hopper, to operate the Hillcrest. Motel, seven rriiles north of .Ukiah. CLASSIFIED ADS .# lil^ AUTO PARTS and MOTORS;; ^ For Chrysler Pijrnioiith - Dodge antiBeBotb UKIAH MOTOR SALES Fred Orr 61tfc-fp BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME Painting, Decorating, Paperhangin Spray Painting. We Specialize in Sheet Rock Work. Le Fleve & Son 206 Mason. Ph. 1166-M. 12tfc-fp FOR SALE —Ward's wood flame console heater, like new, $30. Talmage Rd., Box 17. 79t2p-fp Be up to date, Don't I ^ Buy the c^r^wirW Thot "New Loolc*'; Kaiser-Frazer GOLDEN WE^T Motor & Supply Co. 728 So. State St. Phone 520 75.tfc-fp FOR SALE—In Ukiah, almost an acre of level' land, electricity and water available. Only $1350. STROUT REALTY Ukiah 80tlc > Real Estate Offerings ,2-BEDROOM home, furnished, near schools, on Church ct. This is not a new home, but in good repair. $7000; $2750 down. 2-BEDROOM home oh South Oak St., receijtly remodeled, lots of built-in cabinets, large lot, garage anU workshop. This is a nice home, owners leaving town. $9000. NEW 2-bedroom home close to business section. Oil furnace, new gas stove, Venetian blinds, ,garage attached; possession soon. $10,000. ACRE—Near Talmage, with cabin, chicken house. Good garden soil. $2000. 187-ACRE ranch on highwa.'.- Pears, alfalfa, pasture, two good homes, liveutock and equipment. Really priced to sell. SEVERAL small tracts of bare land close to Ukiah. IF YOU are seeking a real nice home with abundance of.shade, on real large lot—we have it. ELPHICK REAL ESTATE 155 E. Gobbi StN 80tlc 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 Do You Want a Good COFFEE SHOP and GAS STATION BUSINESS? Doctor says Mamma has to quit, so Moores' at Hopland is for sale. Good lease, complete equipment. Living quarters if desired. Box 642, Hopland. ^ 80t3c FOR SALE— 1936 dan, radio, clean car. Priced to sell at $550. 518 Mill St. SOtlc FOR SALE —Girl's bicycle; also "C" melody sax. Phone 474 -J. 80t2c FOR SALE — Young vineyard horses; also unbroke mules. Apply Harry E. Lutley. Box 316, St. Helena, Calif. l-15mlp LOST —Blacket wallet at Rasco's Store, Keep money, reutrn to 309 No. Stale St., Mrs. Louise •Bernhard. 80t3c FOR SALE—1942 Studebaker club coupe. Also extra good Cushman scooter. 817 Cypress, ph. 806-W. l-15mlc FOR SALE — New 2-bedroom home. e09 Jones, 80t3p S^e KELLY COX FOR THE Best of Used Cars WE stand behind all of our late model used cars. Ask the men who have dealt with us. Cox Bros. Used Cars' 301 So, State 70tfc-fp FOR SALE — Pure-bred unregistered Hereford bulls, prifced , reasonable. Odell Ranch, Ukiah, 76Thtfc CHROMITE Metal Tile For Kitchen, bathroom and stall Showers, 14 Colors to Choose From F.H.A, Approved and Financed Call or v/rite Ukiah Gloss Co. Exclusive Agents Mendocino and Lake Counties, Phone U66 -W Smith at Mason _ 71Th-tfc MiRK RADIO SHOP • the old reliable *v;Sailfes.iT-.Seivioe SatislaCtlpfr •Opposite'Theater. Ufeiiih 49tlfc -fp STATE GARAGE A Good Place to Buy a . Reconditioned Car. .WeBily and SeU. 628 So. State St. 52tfc-fp OLD PAPERS—10c per bundle, at.Redwood Journal. 28tt3t NorthiBrn Calif. Movers & Builders BUILI>1NG & CONSTRUCTION Moving, Railing Foundations Telephone 484, Ukiah, Calif. ' •',, 7otfc -fp HAIRCUTS FOR the entire family, at Earl's Shop, W. Church. Two barbers. 71tfc-fp NOTICE— Custom feeding at Free- man-:<'ewhall. Inc. feed lot. Cattle fed on 30-day'or longer consignments. Corrals. available for any number of stock. Phone Edgar Freeman, Ukiah 690-W for particulars. 79t3c-fp FOR SALE —Approx. 50 acres, A-1 poultry set-up, good road, only 5 miles from town; school bus; comfortable 5-room hom©; good large bam; excellent poultry house and equipment for 4500 laying hens, 200 capacity brooder house, other good outbuildings. Over 3 acres of orchard and vineyard; approx, 20 acres tillable, some good timber; abundance of spring water, elec. trie light plant. Fordson tractor and -other equipment. Total price only $12,500, STROUT REALTY . Ukiah SOtlc . ^ TANKS We build, stoct or supply under. ; grpund, and, above ground^ steir- Bge tanks'or, truck tank of any description. Call us fof prke» on welding of any kind. Chose's Garage S15 So. State Phono 757 LP. Gas & Appliance Cc. Mason & Standley . Phone 1000 O'Keefe & Merritt Own Your Own Tank Gas Is Cheaper Ranges Hot Water Heaters Restaurant Griddles and Rangea Roper Kitchen Ranges ' Heaters and Floor Furnaces SERVICE IS OUR MOTTO Try UsI 15tfc-fp Ukiah Van & Storagis Co Local and Statewide MOVING Phone 440-J. Ukiah 4/l4mcfp Commercial Industrial Residential and Concrete Construction t'ov Free Estimates Call r .Feibusch Construction Company Phone H2C -M, or write P.O, Box 32, Ukiah, 77tfc -fp Atkins Cut-off Saw 30-in., 9 -gauge, 70 teeth IVi or 1% bore The Ukiah Farmers Club SOtlc Attention, Young Ladies NEED two alert, energetic girls who are free to travel to Florida and return. • Expenses paid, drawing account, transportation furnished. SEE MRS. BRADY, ROOM 347, Palace Hotel, 10 to 12 a.m., 4 to 6 p.m. NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE. SOtlp RADIO BATTERIES WARDS now has a complete stock of farm .and portable radio batteries. Datedand sealed for your protection. MONTGOMERY WARD School & Perkins. Ph. 622. SOtlc FOR SALE— Wedgewood gas stove with trash burner; Coleman oil heater wtih twin burners; Cool- erator refrigerator of 75 pound capacity and Everett piano. All in good conditoin. Phone 514 -W. B0t4c FOR SALE— 3-room house on So. Dora St.; lot 60x154 ft. Phone 926-J, 80t3p FOR RENT— 3-room modern furnished apartment, 2 beds, 520 So. State Sti l-15mlc Photo Supplies Developing - Printing - Enlarging Viewmaster and Reels PERRY'S PHOTO SUPPLIES 160 E. Stendley, Phone 174-J (Next door to Journal) SOtlc For Expert Piano Tuning and Repair Latest Electronic Method R. S. RYDER & CO, Call Bob Ryder Care of Gloria Pacini. 131-W, or Greeott's Music Store, 54Thtfc -fp Bench Grinder Miller Falls Heavy-duty V6-h.p. 110-volt Will take up to 7-in. wheels, $85.00 The Ukiah Farmers Club SOtlc FOR SALE —New rip saws. All factory set and filed arid have 1?^" eye: 1—lC "xl4gax24T 8—12"xl0gax24T 4—12"xl4gax24T 10—14"xl2gax24T 6—14"xl4gax36T 3—14"xl2gax30T J. F. PRITCHARD & CO. Phone Willits 418 or Ukiah 791-W 80t3c FOR SALE — 1940 Inte.rnational pickup with stock rack. Herman Sagehorn, 25 School St., WilBts. _ 80t3p Velmo's Child Care LEAVE your children while you shop, dine or dance. Boarding. • Phone 924-W, 404 Clara Ave. SOtfc WANTED TO RENT— Garage, vi- dinity of State and Mill Sts. Call 365-M after 5:30 p.m. 80t2p Wards Fully Equipped BIKES Streamlined, balloon tired "Hawthorne") Has a double bar frame, motorcycle type headlights, rear carrier. A bike you'll be proud to own! Buy your NOW and SAVE! BOYS' AND GIRLS' 47.95 Only 10% Down MONTGOMERY WARD School & Perkins, rfi. 622. SOtlc FOR SALE — Oil stoves and oil water heater, slightly used, good condition, Odell Ranch, Ukiah, 76Thtfc Stanley Ocon-O-Matic Swing-up Garage Door Set For doors up to 8-ft, wide by 7 ft. high, 1% to 1% thick. Weight not over 150 lbs. A REAL BUY AT $20.45 The Ukioh Farmers Club SOtlc Autpm^btive Work . BOCy. and; fender,^ainllRg, glass, ; overhaul, .expiert repaiis of evei^, kind.. Prompt service. Tow car ' on call. Vevodq Motor Sales School & Smith Phone 370-W • 65tfcfp Empire Roofing Co. Prompt Service. Free'Estimates All types roofing expertly applied. Repair Work Our Specialty. All work guaranteed. 742 Stephenson. Ph. 514W. 4tfcfp HELP WANTED — Young man, high school graduate, interested i'h a career in bar.'king. Good pay, 40-hour week. Apply at Bank of America, Ukiah. 69tfc-fp 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-around tractor,for all garden uses, such as plowing, 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. SOtlc Business Opportunities and Real Estate CAFE—Well equipped, good lease, In 'center of town; north of Santa Rosa. $15,000. LARGE LOT — On good street, near small town; county road. 500-ft. frontage. $iriOO. CAFE—101 hiway; several rentals always* full; good income on investment. Real estate and all goes for $21,000. BAR & CAFE—101 hiway; one of the best locations in No. Calif. Ask to see it. COURT, CAFE & SEHV. STA.- 101 hi Way, north of Laytonville, good year-around business, and priced right. 40 ACRES & HOME—Near Ukiah. $9000. Vi SEC, LAND—101 hiway, inc. home, $10,000. 4 OFFICES now in the Redwood Empire to serve you: Santa Rosa, Fort Bragg, Eureka and Ukiah, O. R. SKAGGS 344 No, State St,, 83- W, SOtlc MOVED I !l Acme Top Shop Aiito Tops and Upholstery „ ,;Phorie ri -F-2 J, B, Underbill 59tfc-fp Plastic Enamel Coated Tyle Bord In Six Colors, Easily Applied ERNIPS HAi^DWARE Buildinc Supplies Paint axid Plumbing Supplies Electrical Fixtures and Appliances 307 So, Main St,, Telephone 277-J 77tfc-fp FOR SALE— Buzz sawf, powered by Chevrolet motor, $50. Odell Ranch, Ukiah, 76Thtfc IF YOU OWN A Ford, Dodge, Chevrolet or Plymouth YOU can get a factory renewed motor AT LESS THAN THE COST of an overhaul job. For instance, Wards low. exchange price on a rebuilt motor for Ford '36-39, 85-h,p, is only $129.95, Other models are correspondingly low priced. WARDS motors are completely rebuilt', with new and factory renewed, parts, and carry a guarantee of 90 days or 4000 • miles. That's a NEW CAR GUARANTEE. Come in today. , A 10% Down Payment is all you need. Wards will arrange for installation if you desire, MONTGOMERY WARD School & Perkins, Ph, 622. SOtlc CARE OF SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN WANTED— Competently cared.for by experienced woman in her own home. Telephone No. 715. 80t4c WANTED — Small home-maintenance jobs, carpentry, plumbing, electrical, etc. Phone 1132 -W. 80t2p FOR RENT—New Eureka vacuum cleaner with all attachments, and Johnson electric floor polisher. Home Market, 113 South State, phone 25. 70eoT FOR SALE— 117 acres, 3 acres orchard, 3 acres vineyard 30 tillable, balance range lana, 7- room home, $9000> STROUT REALTY Ukiah SOtlc STRAYED OR STOLEN— 1 blue family milk cow, just fresh; 1 pinto gelding, short, stocky build, weight 800 lbs. If found notify S. H. Manor, Laytonville, Calif. ' 80t2c FOR SALE —Girl's bicycle, as is, $15. 410 Park Blvd. SOtlc Bechtol's Paint Store Buy Your Paint From a Painter WALLPAPER — PAINTS 109, So. State. Phone 293. 54tfc-T FOR SALE— ApprDx. 44 acres of lovely rolling hill land directly adjoining the town of Hopland, has been recently surx'eyed, many beautiful view homesites. This is a real buy at the low price-of $5500. STROUT REALTY Ukiah SOtlc WHEELBARROWS Large-size aluminum body 16-in. pneumatic wheel $31.00 The Ukiah Farmers Club I SOtlc Wonted, 3 Young Men BETWEEN 18 and 24, tree to travel west coast and Florida. Transportation furnished, expenses paid, drawing account. SEE MR. BRADY, ROOM 347, Palace Hotel, 10 to 12 a.m., 4 to 6 p.m. Personal interview only, NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE. SOtlp RELIABLE MAN— With car wanted to call on farmers in Mendocino county. Wonderful opportunity. $15 to $20 in a day. No experience or capital required, •Permanent. Write today. Mc- NESS COMPANY, Dept. B, 2423 Magnolia St., Oakland 7, Calif. , 80t2c

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free