Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on January 16, 1948 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California · Page 2

Ukiah, California
Issue Date:
Friday, January 16, 1948
Page 2
Start Free Trial

Page 2 article text (OCR)

DISPATCH D13M0CRAT, CALHi'OUNlA FRIDAY, JANIJARY IG, Vm m^mmmmmm B.l^ CdBEB PnbUshed Each Pritoy %i UO East SUndlcy St., Dkiali, Mendocino Comity, CalUohtla P,)|y Year;. etCBSOKirnON KATESS ...^2.50 Three Months...„ \. i.50 brie Month .80 .30 Six Months.-.— smgle Copies to Non-Bu^Kcrlben 10 cents t3 ««iiaaeTclal Adyertidng K,«tes: Readen, 20c per line insertion, 15^;it^r line each subsequent insertion. Readers set is 7 point tyj»i. which is the body of this newspaper. MHURCH°SERDICES°fi THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Richard A. Van der Las, D. D. Minister Sunday schr<ol at 9',45. Church worship, at 11 o'clock. The subject of the minister's sermon will be "Telline "the Time." With a growing community, such as Uklah, our church services should also grow, ii}'numbers. We extend our hearty invitation to: strangers -ind the newcomea-s in town to come and worship with us. P.T.|T. HEARINGS AiMOVEDlOL.A. AclfMrnent Revolves ASjund Proper Rote Qf Returns LOS..ANGELES, Jan. 14. (WNS) —Southern California cities ofl'er- ed tesd'ftony .^t a California Pub lie Utilities Commission hearing here Irtlb the $40,000,000 rate in- crease'request of the Pacific Telephone-"&- Telegraph Company. At the Monday hearing, David A. KOSh; U.S. Treasury rate expert, who had previously testified that he believed a net rate of return"61 5 or 5'4% was adequate for the company, because of the prevailing cost of money as -redit, was s'uBJpct to cross-examination by coitipany counsel. Foll'owjng the cross-examination H. M. Fiihn, assistant treasurer of the p'ai'fcnt company, American Telephone & Telegraph, testified as a r^bilitai witness in connection with phases of Kosh's testimony, as well as portions of the testimony-^of Dr. Ralnh E. Badger, famed''Michigan economist, who appeared on behalf of 30 California cities protesting the proposed rate increases. The < company has been permitted' to add $22,500,000 to its annual gross receipts in California by the commission on an interim basis, pending the fixing, of permatttYit rates. The-$22,500,000 in additional gross income is reported by engineers to give the compa'ny about 4.5% as a net return on its California investment, whereas the utility's request for a total.of $46 ,OOOiobO would give it a net return, if grahted, of approximately 7%. Tlie question of what an investor, has in mind when he purchases common stoclc was a pertinent phase of the examination. It was agreed that an investor, whether he purchased wildcat .stoclt, .or. stock of the P.T,&T., hopes to receive back his principal withoat loss. . Piinn prepenfejl an exhaustive analysis to show that a wider variaton in the market value of stock occurs wlien the oflfering is made through stock rights than appeared in previous testimony. Included an\ong counsel at the hearing.. are Roger Arnebergh, representing the city of Los Angeles; Reginald Vaughn, representing a group of cities from Bakersfield through the central valleys to SaH/.Francisco, and Emuel 1". Formart, appearing for a dozen California communities in southern California. Temperance Union Bi-County Meeting . Ida A. Stine, prdiideiit of the Northern California W.C.T.U., was here and presided at the institute held in thie Baptist church Janu nvy 3. >» Mrs. Pearl B.Vankenship of Ukiah is president of the Mendocino- Lake County Chapter, and during the meeting Mrs. Oran Bollinger presented, Mrs. Stine and Mrs. Blankenship with corsages of gardenias. "Safeguarding the Nation" was the theme of the institute, and Mrs. Stine presented the state recommendations. From other chapters wfere Mrs. Roberts of Willits, bi-coutny vice- priesident, \vho gave a talk on membership; Mrs. Hilton of Lakeport, publicity and speech contest, director, who spoke on that subject. Special music was pliiyed bj* Ethel Smith and Lela Hildreth. In the afternoon Mrs. . Stme spoke of "White Ribbon Recruit Service." Thanks for the use of the Baptist church were expressed by Mrs. Etta Ingels. DIMES BENEFIT AT HOPLANZ) The Hopland Garden Club will give a benefit card • party on Thursday afternoon, January 22, at ,2 o'clock, for the March of Dimes'fund. The party will be in Guild hall and there will be tables for bridge, pedro and pinochle. It is open to the public and the. admission price is very nominal. liEGAJ. 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 oillce of the Clerk of said County of Mendocino. In the. SUPERIOR COURT of the STATE OF CALIBORNIA. in and for the COUNTY OF MENDOCINO. ROY HARMAN and LEONA HARMAN, PiainUffs, vs. FRIEDA DOBNER, Defendant. The Pfebple of the State of California Send Greetings To: FRIEDA DOBNER, Defendant. YOU AfiE HEREBY DIRECTED TO APEAR and answer tlie Complaint in the action entitled as above, brought against you in the iSuperior Court of the State of California in and for the County of Mehdocino, within 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 iudgmcnt for any money or damages demanded in the Complaint, as arising upon contract, or >vill apply to the Court for any other 'relief demanded in said Complaint. Given under my hand and the Sea) of the Superior Court of the Stale of California, in and for the County, of Mendocino, this 2nth day of Seplembei', 1947. W. J. BROADUCS, County Clerk. SPURH & BRUNNER, Attorneys tor PlaintifTs. ' WI.U -tVDS Josephine Remstedf Passes At Hopland Funeral services for Josephine Remstedt will be held Saturday morning, at 10 o'clock in the Hopland Catholic church, with Father Mitchell ofliciating. Burial will be in the Hopland Cemetery. A Rosary will be recited at the Eversole Mortuary Friday night. Mrs. Remstedt passed away suddenly Wednesday. She was a native of Hopland, the wife pt Amos Remstedt and the sister of Mrs., Louise Sierck, Mrs. Clara Coopei-,' Mrs. Ella Dawe and Frank Guitaud, all of Hopland, who survive. Mrs. Remstedt was the former Louise Guifaud. nXIAH METKCOIST CHURCH CharleK G. Lindemann, Miniiter Smith and Pine 9:45 a.m.—Sunday School. We have classes for all ages—children, youth and adults. Morning worship at 11.. • Rev, Lindemann wiil deliver the second of his series of sermons on , the general theme oJ \"The Most Significant; V/Ords In the Bible and Humpn Speech." His second topic will be "The Worci That Opens Heaven." At «:30, Intermediate Youth Fellovvship in the educational ;unit. Seventh and eighth grade jage children invited, i At 7:30, Senior Youth Fellowship in church parlor. All high school age youtii, or over, are invited, y Choir rehearsial Wednesday evening at 7:30 at the church.' We mairttain a riurseiy where small children may be left ih corh- petenf care while thfeir parents attend the-niornlrig worship. •rhe "Church of the Chihleo" in"- vites^you; CATHOLIC CHURCH SERVICES Perkins and: Buah Sta. Father Adrian Shatk;ey, Pailot Father Austin Mitchell Father FlnnianCairoH SI. Mary's. Church; Ukiah. Mass each Sunday at 8:30 and-10 a.m> St. Albert's convent Chapet, 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. Masi^ first Sunday at 10:15. No mass second Sunday. Other Sundays at-9.a.m. . State Hospital, Talmage. Third Sunday; m?»ss at,9 a.m. Indian Ranchsiin, St. Joseph's. First Sunday, mas? at 9 a.m. ; St. Dominic's. Second moss at 9. a.m. • St. "Francis, 'Second mass at 9 a.m. St. Patrick's. Fourth mass at 9 a.m. Sunday, Sunday, Sunday, REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Will .meet at 744 South ' Oak street at 11 ^.m. All aye Vi'elcome. Bishop E. C. Bui-dick,, ,df the NorthWn California District will be the speaker. The,subject will be, "The Lord has foiinded Zion here below—Isi. 14;32. From "Where, in these last days, his law must go;—Isi. 2;3. By prophets and apostles hfe has sent,—Eph." 4; 11-16. With power to say what the master mepiit.— John 3;: 3-21. LEGAL NOTICE SUMMONS No. 15378 Action brought,in the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Mendocino, ar,d the eon^plaiiit filed iii the office of the Clerk of said County of Mendocino. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Oran Bqiliiigor, Minister 210 North School .St. Morniiig worship. "Conversion to Christ." Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.—Mrs. L.H. Foster, superintendent. Christian Endeavor at 6:30. Sep- arute meetings ifor,adults, young peopjie and juniors. Evening .vvorship, 7:30 p.m. "Convictiphs oif Paul." Prayer Meeting Wednesday eve ning at 7:30. Choir practice Thursday evening at 7;30; . ' HEDV/OOD VALLEY SERVICE Sunday school at 10 a.m., Mrs. Nels Nelson, superintendent. The new Siinday school rooms are being used. > Church services on third Sunday of each .month at 11 a.m. Elbert Holland will be there with the "Box of B's" for the school and.a laeson on "What Think Ye of the Christ?" At'th^ clubhouse. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER -DAir SAINTS Steletl HaU sUnday fiCHbbi; 10 a.m. , Sacremeht meeti^gj 11'a.m., conducted by C. A ; Call, branch president. Fireside chat at '?i30 p.m. Primary,'Wednesday at 8:80 p.m. Relief society, Thursday at 2:30 p.m. :^ Sunday school, -10 a.m. Years," Rev. 12:l-d. "Restored by the Angel Who Rode tlie w 'httb Horse," Rev. 6:2. "With.tlie Gospel of Christ Ap- pearis," Rev. 14:6,7. For Sale FOR SALE 5-AGRE FARM—Close to Ukiah City limits. Very fine soil, large, house, plenty of outbuildings, : plenty of water. This place ideal for dairy farm, chicken farm or -cjbungalow court—or combination of all three. Price $16i750. NICE LOT—^East frontage on McPeak St., Hogari. tract. Price :j!.«880.- • • 2Va ACRES—Hous6 on highway • about. 9 miles from Ukiah; 5- .room house, part unfinished. :Good well, good location: Possession can be had immediately. 'Price for quick sale, $3000. 5'ACRESi-South of Ukiah, ideal , for country home. Has good well, no improvements,' some :^t^!'ees; 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 78tlo FOR SALE —Higgins camp trailer complete,,stove, 2 air mattresses, table, $500. May be seen • Signal Oil Station, south State -St.. •78t3p FOR SALE— Baled oats, alfalfa, hay. Pulner Hill Ranch, 2 miles north of Ukiah.'J. J. Kunzler. 78t3p FOR SALE — D -2 Cat, narrow gauge. See at Cowan Equiphieht Co. 78t3p HOLZ CO. SUGGESTS you let our trained ,,'ifarm equipment mechanics ^o over your equipment now, dur- •' ing tne quiet season, and put it • in top shape for next season's work. Call 1180 ' • foy apptiintment. 59tfc For Sole For Sole .tor Buy 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. ' 59tfc Ready-Cut Homes $555 complete, 16x20 ft., cottage, • cabin, garage;' erect in 3 days. All new materials, doors, windows, rocfs,' floors, nails, etc., all cut to fit. Plans and instructions furnished. Immediate delivery. Sample-building now being eret'ted 2 miles south of Ukiah, left side of highway. Ph. Ed Sands, Ukiah 334-J. 739 No. - Oak. UKaih deHvery, $1750. 70tfc FOR SALE- Poi::u'^'e Battery fla- dio, See at Bowling Alley. 78t3b FOR SA^E —Some assorted plow shares. 1 horse drawn cart, newly painted.-1 Morgan stock horse, gentle but spirited, with complete tack. Spirielli's Blacksmith Shop 407 N. State St. 78tfc CAFE CHECKS— Now in stock at Redwood Journal office.' Get your siipply there. . 76tfx BALED HAY FOR SALE— Good quality oats' and vetch. Ed Haa^es, Willits. 78t6p LABELS —- For wine, bottles or , other purposes,., plain or fancy; PHILO METHODIST CHURCH Mrs. A. H. Bro«f:n, Superintendent Sunday schobl at lO a.m. Worship 'service at 11 .a.m. Ladies'.Aia, the fiirst .arid'(Bird Thursdays. . . ' In the SUPERIOR COURT, of the STATE OF CALIFORNIA, in and for the COUNTY OF MENDOCINO. 'W. L- A.I,LENTHORP, Plaintiff, vs. D. C. SMITH, as Administrator of the Estate of WILLIAM HENRY FORD, Deceased, GLADYS FAXON, also known as GLADYS SMITH, JOHN DOE, RICHARD ROE, and THE X COMPANY, a Corporation, Defendants. The People of the State of California Send Greetings To: D. C. SMITH, as Administrator of the Estate of WHJLIAM HENRY FORD, Deceased, GLADYS FAXON, also known as GLADYS SMITH, JOHN DOE, RlCHARD ROE, and THE X COMPANY, a Corporation, Defendants. YOU ARE HEREBY DIRECTED TO APPEAR and answer the Coniplaint in the, action entitled as above, brought against you in the Superior Court of the State of California in and for the County of Mendocino, within ten days after the Service on you of this Summons—if served within this County; or within thirty days if sej-ved 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 Complaint, as arising upon contract, or will apply to the Court for any other relief 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 10th day of October, 1047. W. J. BROADDUS, rSEALl Cuunty Clerk. By CLAIRE SEELY, Deputy Clerk. SPURR & BRUNNER, Attorney.s for Plaintift, , First National Bank Bldg., ' Ukiah, Califol-nia. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY "Life" is the subject of the Christian Science lesson-serthpn for Sunday, January, 18, With the golden text, from Amos: "Seek good, and not evil, that ye may live: and si) the.'tord, the God of hosts, shall be with you, as ye have spoken" (5:14). The followhig citations are included in the sermon: John; "And he that was dead came' forth, bound hand and ijoot with.grave- clothes; and his face was bound about with a napkin. Jesus saith unto them. Loose him, and let him go" (11:44). "Science and Health with .Key! to the scriptures" by Mary TSaker Eddy: "All that realy exists is the divine mind and its idea, and ifl this mind : the entire being is found harmonious ar>d. eternal. The straight and narrow way is to see and acknowledge this fact, yield to this power, and follow the leadings of' truth" (p. 151). Oak and Church streets; reading roorii open 2 to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday and Satui-day, HOLY TRINITY EJPISCOPAL . Rev. R, G. Witt, Viear Sunday services: Holy communion, 8 a.m.; Sunday sphopl 9:45 a.m.; morrimg prayer, 11 ajn. HOME MISSIONARY CHURCH Opposite Airport Pastor. H.><t. Bieb;: Sunday school, 10 a.m. Morning worship, 11 a.m. Evangelistic service, 7:45 p .m. Tuesday worship, 7:45 p.m. Friday \yorship,. 7;4 ,'i 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. 'Vernie and J. J. Harrolsons preaching each night except Monday. Healing services are being held every Friday riight, for the sick and crippled, and the public is invited to attend and See the manifestation of God's mighty power through Jesus Christ. This is the ehuroh with a hearty wel-^ome 1o air people. Bring your problems tp the Lord and we will pray with you. Prayet changes things; God works while we pray. J-16 2mclWe invite you to coH\e. FIRST BAPTIST CHyRCH, Corner Smith and Oak Stmti Leonard G; Brown, Paitor 9:45 a,mi—^BIble School. Mrs. Charles Whittaker, superintendent. You will find a 'clask 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 nijivse.ry for smiill chlMreri; THE CHUR9H bF CHRIST , Weciey Tottilighain, ETariaelifi- V . Miiiist|ii, ,.•:.,,-,;;.';-„,,;, This churchj according to' the New "restam^'rit patterri (Matt. 1(8: 18-ROm. 16:18), W-ill be holding services each Lord's Day at the Grange hall. South State street. •?unday morning srvices will be from 10 tj.m. to 12 ,no6n, with Bible study, .Lord's Supper atld pr.eafehing. Ey.ari 'geli4ic, services will be held each Lord's Day. eve.-; nihg at f:30. • Sermon subjects, this week are, morning, ".The Christian's Position, Expectation arid,; Preparation For the Second . Cbriiirig of CliVist." Evening, "The Purpose and-Result of (^hrist's Second, C^omiing." Come' and serve the Lord with us. SEVEiifTtt-bAY ADVENTIST ' ^Corner Bush; b He'n'iy Sabbjalh.. (Sat^rdpy); s .^vices: 9:3ti 'a.iri.7--S|ibbatli.School; 11 a.m. —Iiisp;iring, ehiighteiiing 'Bible oermon. ,^ . . •Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock —Bible study ar3 prayer service hour Begins. The Wednesday night praj/'6r seryj.cebpiif will be given over to a Bible" lecture by the pastor. UKIAH GOSPEL "TABERNACLE ASSEMBLY OP GOD Srailh and Batnas Sti. i. R. Edgar. Pastor Sunday School—9:43 a.m. Morning services—11 a.rri. Children's .Cliurch-^6:30 p.m. Christ's Anibassadors—6:30 p.m. Evening Revival Hour ^ 7:45 p.m. Tuesday Bible Study, Questions and frayer—7:15 p.m. Friday Cottage Prayer Meeting -—'7:45 p.m. Saturday there, will be a Youth For Christ Rally, with Tommy C,\x- stack speaking at 7:45 p.m. All people, especially young people, urged to come. Rev. Custack will also be the sjpeaker for botfv Sunday services. Don't fail to hear him. The Redwood Journal tfx .FOR SALE— Electrohix • vacuum cleaner, like new. Call 1196-W. • 78t3c [PERSONAL STATIONERY —Just the thing for a gift or fdr your own use. Redwood Journal. 41 tfx PUMPS WE can. supply pumps from the largest deep-well turbine to the '/smallest pressure system, arid jhaye competent engiiieere to figure yoiir job. .WE represent two of the most respected names in' the pumping •"'business: '< BYRON JACKSON Irrigation Pumps and '5 • JACUZZI Pressiire Systems Bring youi: pumping problems to us. UKIAH FARMERS CLUB ''•V Call 730 41tfc . PRINTING "),.';<.: lyBTTERliEADB, erivilb^es,'cards, booklets, pro^rajns, ^respaLS notices, etc., rubber stamps, sales books, anything in the prhiting line. For first cl.ass work, mod' ern tytJe faces and prompt service bring your printing business • to the iledwood Journal. 20tfx FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH Louie C. MarHrig, Pactor Mornir.g services >viil be conducted at the Epjscdp'al Guild h'ali each Sunday at 11 o'clock. Sunday school immediately after service. Listen to the International Lutheran Hour each Sunday morning at 9:30. , We cordially invite you to worship with us.' BOONVILLE METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Wm. W. Reid Minister Sunday schoiil, 10. a.m. • Worship Bervioei V:30 p.m. Morning service .at Philo at 11. Beginning Octobei 5 there will Pi'eachlng service every Sunday at 7r30 p.m.,and at Phllo at 11 cm. W.S.C^. meets the second arid fourth Thursdays of each month. Activifies of Y. P. of CfiHstidn Church The young'; pepple oiC the, phris- tian Church visited the' observatory after the church service Sunday evening, and jwere shown the movement of the ist»r& as they were courteously sihowri, the workings of the telescope. After; ;leavit)g' tlie ,flbseryatory, they came back to the Christian church parsonage where a few games were played and refresh- raents served. Dr. and Mrs. Withrow, sponsors pf the group, were co-h -v .ts with Rev. arid Mrs. Bollinger. , A , special series of meetings is l;eing held by the Young People's Christian Endeavor Society on the topic of "Boy arid Girl Relations." Miss Catherine ^Baldwin was the leader of the Endeavor rijeetihg. Two v^isitors were present irom Lakeport, Paul Hills, secre- tartary-treasurer of the County (J.E'. Union, and Dan Hill, social tjhairman of the Union. The men of the Christian church have used each evening this week in a personal calling campaign, '^'hey are meeting at the church at 7:30 for devotions and prayer, tfien go out' two-by-two, into the homes of persons.interested in the C;hrist,ian churchi ' to share with others the fellowship and spiritual nurture so vital in Christian living. ^ The church is participating in a 3,-month campaign of church- growth ^d evangelism, which beg;an with the new year, and will continue to Easter. Spe."ial studies during the cariipaigri will be in the writings of Paul.,Each riiember qf the church is urged to participate in the campaign, because, as Paul wrote, "Faith without works is dead, hemg alone." FOR, SALE — No. 1 rooted St. George. Italian Swiss Colony, Asti,''Calif. Phone Cloverddle ' 210-P-2. l-8/2mC 1-STORY MODERN DWELLING —Surrounded by pine timber, clofse to Uliiah, ,on paved street. 2 bedrooms, bath, living room, dining roorii, kitchen and basement. Inside finished in knotty pine. Electric heat throughout house; lots vof water; double 'garage, chicken house and 2 acres of land, level, opeh and fenced. Price $12,000. Terms to suit. Larlcin J. Younce Preston 'Bldg.; Uki.ah V , :77t4c| FRUIT TREES ' Large, 6-tt. to 8 -ft'. sizes, $1.50 each: "Medium, 4-ft. to 6-ft. sizes, $1.25 each All varieties Orchardists, call for quantity rates. Berries and Grapes Bush Roses. $1.24 to $2.25 ' Climbing Roses, $1.50 ' Sturdy, '2-year-old plants; will bloom profusely this year. All grade No. 1; highest quality. , S+rawberry Plants Banners and Rockhills Potted.Plants in bloom any time Miniatul-e Ivy in small pots Pliilodendrons Seeds, Fertllizeis and Supplies 'Gladiola Bulbs just in. '• Call us if you have-any gardening questions. No obligation. Redwood Valley Nursery Phone S65-W Next to Fro'ien Food Lockers So. State St.; Ukiali: , 79t2c GARAGE OWNERS— Standard repair order books in stock at Redwood Journal. 35tlx FOR SALE— A Bean-Mist sprayer .with dust attachriient. Excellent condition. Rhone 13-R-l. 74t8c EMMOLO BROSi NURSERY CO. GRAFTED Vines on resistant'St. George root. Resistant jodted vines, various varieties rooted. Rte. .2, Box 309, phone 3 -J7I2, St; Helena, Calif. 12 /22mc ATTENTION G^APE GftOWfeflS COME ih and see the new combination ,. Sled and brush burner. Spirielli's BlackBrriith Shop, 407 N. State tetreet. 78tfc FOR /SALE— Reg. Cocker. spaniel puppies, .blonde, Mrs. ',Edith Spencer; Rte. 2, .Box 749, Ukiah Phone 6-P-21 Potter Val. 78t3p FOR SALE— Dilbert 2 -wheel cus- . torn built trailer. At. 222 Gobbi street. Also pair platform scales. . • :•• -imp IMMEDIATE DELIVERY — Water heaters, floor "furnaces .arid . ranges for proparie-butane. Ecbi • riomical hom° arid farm tank gas Units. L. R ;>GS3Batfi .yM^,bliances. 1>h6ne 17-J.,Ji<ta?c!n and Standley streets; 7Ufc LIGHTING PiJ^TUHES— We havej in .stock and maintain the largest ! and jribst complete line of lighting fixtures in Mendocino and liake counties.' • ROBERT L .1 (2iECKER 731 S6. State St. Ukiah, Calif. lQ4tfc FOR SALE—New G.E. automatic electric blanket. Edith Kronk, 461 No, State, ph. 424-R, . 79t2c FOR SALE— 8'/6-foot Servel refrigerator. Also "Easy." electric washing rhachine. Phone 3-F-5, Potter Valley. 79t3p FOR SALE— 16-ft. factory-built 1942 Gilbert trailer house, butane equipped, air brakes. .Price $500 cash. 317 No: Main St.^78t3p FOR SALE—Alfalfa hay. First cutting. Never been rained on. $25 ton. Call Ukiah 14-R-l. 78i6c HOLZ CO. Used Equipmehf Dept. offers some very fine s&vings in wheel IVactors—"Track Layers." Tr'actdr-dirawn and Horse-drawn • Discs, Harrows and Plows 59tfc ROOFING AND INSULATION our . specialty. Johris-Manyille products; j^id job' top .big, none too snialL Herman Runkeir Ph. 102. Bargain Offerings NEIGHBORHOOD GROCERY and provision store in fine location, doing a good business. Store building with basement and 3- bedroom living quarters in rear. Price, including land, building, furniture and fixtures, refrigerating case and walk-in box and stock of merchandise'. $21,000. MODERN, REBUILT 5-ROOM HOUSE—Close in. Large lot, , 60x160. Good investment for a • •borne or rental purposes. $7856; 3-ROOM HOUSE —Semi-modern. Large frontage lot one block , from highway; $2900. Fred' A. /vlassle 111 W. Perkins St. 724 Sp, State St. 66tfc Highest peak in San Luis Obis po county is Mt. Colienle, 5095 feet. CALPELLA COMMUNITY CHURCH 10 a.m.—Sunday school, Mrs. Benback, superintendent. M. O. LattcasJer Sunday services: Sunday School .at 10 • a.m.; morning worship at 11 o'clock; evfini^ig evangelistic ASSEMBLY oiE^ GOD-^BoonyiUe at 7:45; V/ednesday Bible study at 7:45 p.mi. STOOL COVERS— We are manufacturing stool covers for bars and small rooms; Made of the highest grade' leatherette and guaranteed top-grade workmanship—at reasonable prices. Any color desired; every stool cover made to your individual order. Contact CALIFORNIA CQ-VER CO., 636 First St;, Santa Rosa, Calif,, phone 3934, 77tl0p HOLZ CO. i has available at their disposal a Pumpihig Engineer who will be able tb offer any. help in your, puriipinig or irrigation problems, no matter how large or small. • ' 59tfc LABELS: — For wine' bottles or- other purposes, plain or fancy; wide peiection tp choose frorii, The Rcdvsrood. Journal. tfx F0H SALE—Refrigerators, completely' overhauled, A-l condition. ABC Refrigeration Sales • & Service, 719-721 So. State St. ^ 78t3c Book MATCHES — Persona! or for business. Order from the Redv/ood Journal. iOtfr WANTED — Stock sheep dairy ranch.; .Have'^ cash buyer. This is the-'year to sell. E. H. CROWELL 585 Mendocino Ave. • 3588-J Santa Rosa 1-I2mlp HEADTi^ MARKET for all classes of livestock, any size lots. Farm Bureau Markethig; Assn,' phone BoonVille 2Sl91 collect, or Ukiah lll4. 7tfo Wonted to Rent WANTib TO RENT OR LEASH— 4 or 5-room unfurnished house, local business man and family. No children. Journal Bc,\ 1007. 79t4c SMALL APT. OR CABIN WANTED —By busmess woman; preferably close, to town and rea- 'sonable. Please call Frankie Buck, Redwood Journal. 78tfx For R»nt TOfR RENT — FrojJt room, with steam heat.' Gentleman • only. , Phone 80rR. ' 7iBittc FOR RENT-Room. CaU 553 No. , State after. 1 p.m. , 7'9t4p MAJOR. OIL COMPANY service • statiori for leas^ Call 807"^; 72tfc HOUSjp FOR RENT OR Jf -ESSE-^ 'S rooms, furt^islied, $65 month. I. E, Bali; Talttiage, aftei-'3 pith. Call Ukiab 14R1; •;r78t6c Lost and Fburid JF ;0 UND—Black and vvh'ite .Cocker • Spaniel pup, male, 5" months old. Call Ukiah Veterinary .Hospital, phone 136. • : 78tae LOST— ^One black femate-dog ih Ukiah, Jan. 1, has cp^lar Itttte white spot hnder collar, nairie Donna;' Re'ivard. ;,Write Frank Berhasque, Maxwell^ (ialif. iMisce|idn#oust Velma's Cihild Care; LEAVE your children while you shop, dine or dan;ce. Boarding. Phone 924-W, 4tl4' Clara Ave; . . . , • ' '• :78t2e SEWING — Machine-riiade button^ holes arid'alterations. Call aiJteif. noon. 402 E.-Perkins St. 5ltfc ioynleht HOUSEKEEPER 80.R. ' 3: WANTED —Ph. J78tfc MEDICO DRUG q ;0 .-r^WiU hive opening f6r 3 .experienced sales •girlis Ground Feb: 1. For particu- ' lars^see' Mr. Rouriias,'*M^na'ger; . ' - • • : • - ^ : '77tfc Lumber Grader WANTEia for San Francisco .concern. Must lie experienced, reliable, capable. Permanent to quaiflied man. Must live in. or near city. State age, experience, salairy expected. Wi^ite John Ddelger, 320 Judah St., San Pi:ancis(;o 22. 7Sf6c HELP •\VANTED —Woriian to care .for children, my home, 8-6 five days week. No heavy housework.' Phone 1196-W. 78t3c HOUSEWIFE — Approximately $2 per hour and up coihmissions. Take order's for products by Real Silk. Established business. Write P.O.- Box 332, Santa Rosa, for interview. 77t5c Woinfied Eiii|)byniieni TRACTOR WORK WANTED — H .D ,-l6 with-ari'gle blade, -i ^nte Box 12, Ukiah. 78t8p Used Cars FOR SALE— 1936 Pontiac coupe, .$425; 1937 cab-^vgr-e^Dgine 10- wheel job, $1000. See Dan Cohen, phone 769 or 933-W. 78tfc FOR SALE— 1947 Dodge truck, 160^in'. wheeibase, 8 speeds (4- speed ' transmission, 2 -speed Eaton differential). Factory flatbed, rated 10-ton load. Vacuum booster brakes and gear shift. Used very little. Full price, $1750. F. M. Atkins, Orr Springs Rd„ Ukiah, 793c FOR SALE— -By owmer, 1.935 Ter- raplane sedan, good transportation, 820 W, Clay, . 79t2p Curley's Cabinet Shop Between State and ;Dora on : > Observatory Avenue • CABINET WORK OP ALL KINDS Phone 682 O: E. "Curley" ilohnsori 78i.3c The Sport Center ; - V , 255 North State , . • HAS; everything itori.thfe. atfilete, the hunter, tb& fisherman. . •; . . Football shoes, gym shoes, athletic supplies, hunting clathes, shotguns, ,22 rifles, air riflles, ammunition. 46tfe PHONE 397 . 5'or .All Types of PAINTING, SHEETROCK FINISHING and TEXTURING. H.S.SRAY Painting a.nd Decorating, ; •'. P.O..^Box 608, Ukiah' • Mttc FLOOR SANDING and flhishihgH- Old and new. Hardwood and linoleum -floors cleaned, waxed and polished. Phones 724, 507 -R, 912-W. Rod Walch, 912-W; Sd Oden, 507-R, 724. - .l/liril,p Radio Repairing' ONE-DAY service on all types of home or auto radios. PAULO. N1TSGH State & Clay. Ph; 4'7-J. 75tfc RAISE YOURSELF A FINE SADDLE HORSE— Breed your saji- ' die riiare to Vee-Tez, reg. Arabian stallion, son of World-famoUs Antez. Stud-fee $60. Will pick up and return free, one rriare anywhere within 50 miles, two mares . anywhere within IQO miles. ALSO LET YOUR WORiK MARES REPLACE THEM- SEL'VES—Breed them to Garpo H, : jft black reg. Percherpn stallion, sire of outstanding colts. Same rate. Munson Reg. Stock Farm, phone 149-Y-14, Bald HiU Ranch, Fort-.Bragg, Calif. 79tfc PLASTERING — Free estimates, reasonable prices. Box 1005, Redwood Journal. . 76t6p FpR SALE—1942 DeSoto sedan, good ljuy. See Dan Cohen, ph. .679 or 933-W. 78tfc FOR SALE — 1931 DeSoto, new tires, good condition. Call 681 ^W. : 78t3p Trespass Notices PROTECT your property with durable signs, printed on sign cloth. F'rices: 6, ^2,50; 111, $3.00; ' 25, $4.00; 50, $5,50; 100, $8.50. On mail orders, include state sales tax and postage. Redwood Journal. 32tfx FOR SALE — Small cottage, just painted, inside and out; 3 miles fi-om Ukiah on large lot and paved road. Gas and electricity, unlimited water supply, very attractive and desirable surroundings. Pi-ice $4500; $1000 down, balance at $30 per mqnth. Larkin J. Younce Preston Bldg., xnciE (h. 77lCc' Petaluma, Calif, FOR SALE -J- 1941 Studebaker Commander Deluxe; has fadjo, heater, good condition; $60 less than book. CaU 13-R-l, Ukiah. 78tfc GMC — '38 ?4-ton pickup. Good condition. "37 Packard sedan. Second house across bridge, Lorraine Ave,, Munson Addition. ..76lfc FOR SALE— 1946 Chevrolet panel, low mileage, reasonable. Phone 400. 58lfc Truck Headqucsrters Bargains Galore 1942 3-tori Dodge, new motor, 5- speed transmissi;)n, 603 Brownie, 900x20 tires, 10-hole Budd. Very clean condition. 1942 Foras and Chevrolets, 1V5- lon 2-speed axle, smoe with hoist flatbeds. Lumber trucks, seipi-trailer.'j, pickups, die.sels. stakes. Many to choose from. All these, trucks are priced to .sell. No i-easonable offer refused. Coast Motor Sales 755 Third St, 12/29 imc I Specialjzirig ELECTROLUX CLEANER Repairs Expert Service Since 1933 SHILTON'S 3980 Redwood Highway South Santa Rosa Phone 4033 -W SEPTIC TANKS & CESSPOOLS pumped; Modem equipment. No mileage charge. Phone-Upper Lake 52 between . 8; a.m. and 6 p.m., or writ« P.O. Box 220, Upper Lake. A. E. SILVA 50'tfc LEAVING TOWN?- Have to sell? List with Strgut.. 44tfc BAKER fe STANTON Transfer and Storage Co. are agents for ; Aero Mayflower Transit Co., in ' the Redwood Empire. They are now in a position to accept loads for any ppi-t «f the United States, particularly Oregon and Washington, Baker & StaVitbn-May- flower 37 W. 2nd St.. Eureka. Calif. I7tfc ALL MAKES of washing machines repaired: wringer rolls, bells, parts. Wrigfht's Electric. 289 N. Main. Phone 693-W. 30tfe A. G. iKessinqer , WELL DRILLING |581 No. Dora. Ph. e27-R, 20tfe ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING- John Wilson. 610 McPeak St. SOtfc

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page