Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on January 23, 1948 · Page 1
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Friday, January 23, 1948
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,4. UKIAH VISITED BY Gang From Medford Now In Custody; Had Friends Here A trio of Medtprd, Oregon, robbers were visitors in Ukial -i the first of last weelc, for a sliort time, , apparently separating liere, witii two of tiie number going to San Francisco wliere tiiey were later captured by tlie police, and the , third member going to Lalce county where Sheriff Chet Antrim toolc him into custody on advices from Medford authorities, who were advised of thr^ movements of the gang by Sheriff B. G. Broaddus of Ultiah. Robert Walker was arrested tlie middle of the week in Lake county and Donald E. Glenn and Kenneth Lyons were the pair taken ' at San Francisco. Enroute south, the trio, paused here for a brief time and left town at about 4 o'clock on Monday of last week, Walker stopped here lb ^ visit relatives. \^ No' information as to the nature of the Medford crime was given in the teletype bialletins, except that the three had committed an armed robbery and officers were cautioned that they were armed and desperate. Glenn and Lyons, when taken into custody in San Francisco, had with them an automobile stolen in Orogon. Menc!oc|no Counfy's Pioneer Newspaper DIGPATCHTDEMOCRAT 'OFFICE: 164 East Standley St, Published for 78 Years Weekly i^lgett of Mendoolno. Counfy Newi City, Rural and Ciounty News Prom Every . Section of Mendocino County DISPATcifDEMOCRAT: Phone miah Number pr^ VOLUME LXXrX URIAH, MENDOCING COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 23/1948 NUMBER 16 t ID HEON OUT ATOM A Auto, Truck Crash, Burn Near Fatal Wreck At Boonville Sunday Evening PHILO, Jan. "19—A wreck Sunday night shortly after 10 o'clock resulted in the destruction by fire of a Reo logging truck owned by Kay Hiatt and a Hudson sedan driven by John G1 e a s o n of Vallejo. • According to Mr. Hiatt, he was backing his truck out of his driveway, with Dick Maillard, a Boonville boy, acting as flagman, when Gleason's car, occupied by him.selt and William Maddox of Philo and Edith Paul of Boonville, erasbed into the truck. The impact of the colltsiou set fire to the gasoline tanks and boih. machines burned completely. Miss Hiatt escaped without injury and Gleason suffered only « severe bump on his head. Maddux was badly cut, up and was taken to Cloverdale where numerous stitches were taken to close cuts in his face and neck. He is now in the hospital at Healdsbur.? in bad condition, according to later reports. Highway Patrolman Stultz investigated the wreck and took Gleason to the county jail. Reports are that Gleason v/as driving between 60' and 70 miles per hour as he approached the truck. Directors Meet; Plan Fair Future Directors of the TvVelfth District Fair Association met at the fairgrounds Thursday evening of last week to discuss building plans and thQ premium list for the coming fair. State architects are working on specifications for the administration building which is to be completed before the fair next fall. This is to bo an auditorium of 70x200 feet with a ptage as an addition to the building. Main exhibits will be hou.sed in this structure and it will also bo available for use by any oi'gnniza- tion in the county, without charge, we are told. Adequate parlcing space is provided in the ground plans surrounding this building. Other buildings included in the plans are for implement exhibits and poultry dairy buildings. Work will begin soon on grading and fencing the grounds and providing proper drainage, all of which is to be done 'his spring. Something more definite will be ready for announcement as soon as the state architects complete building plans. Contractors License For Three Ukiah Men Severity Loke-Mendo U.G. Grads Listen To Warnings Ah estimated seventy University of California alumni from Lake and Mendocino counties were at the Palace Hotel Friday to attend the luncheon and listen to messages on the future of tlie uni- ver-siiy by President Robert Gordon Sproul; the challenges of the atomic age, by Dr. Stafford L. Warren, dean of the University of California at Los Angeles Medical School, and America's task of bringing enlightenment to Europe to lead the peoples out of the paths of communism, explained by Dr. John D. Hicks, professor of American History at the University of California. In the group from the university were President and Mrs. Sproul, Prof, and Mrs. Hicks, Dr. and Mrs. Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sibley, Louis Stokes and Howard Cook, ' Attorney CharJles Kasch of Ukiah presided at the meeting •and had charge of reservations and preparations for the gathering. Dr. Stafford L. Warren told the audience tjjat atomic bombs dropped on 25 of America's leading cities, would wipe them out, i;ill almost all of the population' and ihake life in the areas unsafe for years to come. Dr. John D. liicks, professor of American History at the University of California, said that American foreign policy must be based on atomic energy. ' .". • We don't want war^ he said, but that is what we are going to have unless we convince Europe, eastern as well as western, that Democracy gives more than Communism can even promise, and that an atomic war would destroy us all, adding that isolation ended with the administration of the late President McKinley, but that we required two world wars to become convinced of the fact. The University of California, despite its record postwar enrollment has not been transformed into an education factory, according to President Sproul. Mr. Sproul denied that the institution is becoming a high-powered research center, with faculty interests centered on super-students, to the neglect of the undergraduates. He declared that without a single change in the fundamentals of the organization of the university, it has met and mastered the impact of the war, and predicted that the nation's largest university will have 46,000 students on its campuses next year. He said the regents will ask the legislature for an unprecedented budget of $27,500,000 next spring to augment the $18,500,000 coming from contributing sources. Ao Stometta Of P.A. Dead Funeral Services From P.A. Catholic Church Tuesday Ao Stornetta of Point Arena, one of Mendocino county's besti known citizens, passed away Saturday, January 17, and funeral services, in charge of the Grace Cannarr Funeral Home at Fort Bragg, will be held Tuesday morning from the St. Aloysius Catholic church jn Point Arena at 10 o'clock, with Father Leopold Riordan officiating. Mr. Stornetta was born at Manchester on August 18, 1889, and his interfists in life were largely centered in that locality. He was owner o{ a large ranch, a member of the Qmi of Stornetta & Gillmore of Point Arena, the Point Arena Hotel, Point Arena Meat Market, a Manchester store and the Boonville Lodge. He was a member of the W.A.O.D., Native Sons, and Odd Fellow lodge of Point Arena. Surviving members of his family are his wife, Mrs. Mary Stornetta; three sons, Leslie, Charles and William, all of Point Arena; six daughters, Mrs. Laura, Price, Mrs. Alice Rawles and Mrs. Mae Withrow of Point Arena, Mrs. Eva Behrens and Mr.s. Dorothy Sjolund of Manchester and Mrs. Gladys Mann of Boonville. J. O. Stornetta of Point Arena and Mrs. Mary Hale of Stockton .are his brother and.sister. CALLFAICW iNUAlMEEll Production Credit, > Farm Loan Assn. Will Gather Here ^•...v"!i;S^' ' The boards of directors of the Redwood Empa-e Production Credit Association and Ukiah National Farm Loan Association have called' the annral meeting, to be helijl; jointly in Ukiah Friday morning^; January 30, at 10 o'clock in Elks: hall, 209 South State street, Din-\ ner will be served by the ladles ofc the Latter Day Saints to stock^^, holders and guests. Vj I Reports will,be made to associ-; ation stockholders of the activiti^ and progress of their cooperative, credit organiztaioi;is during tiiij past year. There will also bo an election for two directors m each association. • ' , Secretary-treasurer, J. J., Outer; stated that the directors , of the; Ukiah National Farm Loan ASSOCIT ation has declared a 5% dividend to all stockholders ef record as of December 31, 1947, and thai checks amounting to a total ot $2579 have been mailed with,t!i& official notice of annual meeting. • Scout Area Plans Made Mendocino-Sonoma Leaders Confer Here At Weekend Mrs. Jack Crawford spent the weekend withlier parents at their home in Jenner-by-the -Sea., ATTEND- INSTALLATIONS Mr. and Mrs. Vern Blckford,; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Orcutt, Waltet David and Frank Jensen were at: Laytohville Saturday evening foi: the installation of officers of the', Odd Fellow and Rebekah' lodges; Mrs. Bickford is the new nobl^ grand of .the Ukaih Rebekahs and' Mr. Bickford is past noble grand of the local Odd Fellow lodge. ,' • - • ..'^^>-;4.^-.-u^^l .^>•...^>!;i^ Thirty-five Scout council leaders from Sonoma and Mendocino counties met in Ukiah Saturday to make final plans for 1948, Including leaders from Fort Brsgg, Willits and Ukiah who met with those from 'Sonoma county to approve camping plans, budget and activities for the year. . . Although not fully subscribed, the budget of $28^240 was main- taincJr 'With the feeling that when all returns are made, the budget will be reached. At present, it is some $2000 short of that figure. Mendocino county has contributed riearly $7000 to the budget this year,. which- was raised by solicitors who contacted the citizens of ttie ,"County. 'ti';' Approximate figures for the in- idtvidual communities, on the basis 'pty:$te^ejit returns, are Hopland, f l36i50; Ukiah, $3511.30; Calpella, ,.,5dj: .govelo, $31; Wililts, $1100; taytonville, $209; Fort Bragg, $1600; for the county total to date of '$6643.80. Tdtal money raised in the two counties at'present is^$25,500, approximately: /:.;Mendoclno county men present from -Ukiah were B. C, V/iUford, W; H. Brunner, A. J. Schilder, deorge Dieterle,^ Len Svenson, George, David, Tom Poulos,- Ken- Beth Hickcabottom; from' WUlits, Bill' Jamieson; fronti-Fort Bragg, Bernard Vaughn, Robert Cain and Alex Rice. Wildberger's Has Burglar Thief Gets Little Loot From Thursday Night Visit Foi the second time in about 18 months the Wildberger Market at School and Standley. streets has been burglarized. Friday morning, between 3:30, when Ofliper Joe Weselsky tried the front door of the market and found it locked, and 8:30, when Jack Goudge' reported, the burglary to' the police, the Standley street entrance had been forced by twisting the padlock. .Once inside, the prowler latched the, door on the inside and attacked two. of the three cash registers and obtained in all $6.50 in change. One register, belonging to the Wildberger grocery, .was fobbed of $4, the Ward meat market register. yielded only $2.50. The prowler aLso ransacked the storeroom at the rear 0 |f the market and climbed to the office in the rear of the building and went thrdugh the two desks there in search: for money ,i going •through the drawers and jscattering the contents over the floor. Police say that an attempt was made to force the School street entrance, before attacking the Standley. street door. As, there was no night light burning the burglar could have, worked the lower floor with little-chance of being seen bypass- ersby,and a light burning while the offices were being gone over could not be seen'from either street.^.-. ••- • Postpone Commerce Diiiiief Thirty Days The twentieth annual dinner of thei Ukiah Chamber of Commerce has been postponed, for at least 30 days. This action was taken Thursday morning at the request of Dr. J. H. Hansen, city physician, who appeared Wednesday evening before the city 20-30 Club Takes Over Holiday Job Ukiah Twenty-Thirty Club has stepped jnto the breach, so to speak, <and will ass^m^ responsibility for' holiday street lighting come the Christmas season of ld48, and Claude KlUen, spokesman for the qlub, has already promised that the decorations will be something worth coming far to see. Killen laid the club's plans before the city council last week and figuratively, ,was jgiven the "go'' sign by the city fathers. Not only will 'the club be responsible for pl'aniliiig the decorations, they wyi also do the great; er part of the work when the time comes, which, taken all together is quite an' order and i right iji keeping with the spirit of this club of youngsters. , . AUTO THIEF IH ILLINOIS Henry Irvin Broker, wanted in this county,as the man who stole Harry Howard's car at Hopland last July, isTreported in custody at JVilmette, Illinois, and a hold warrant hps Been placed with authorities there for him. Later word is that Booker has been turned over to the F.B.I. council and"said that as apre- cautionary mesisure in the present typhoid epidemic he thought it advisable. Dr. Hansen made his appearance before the council for, his, routine report on the state of the city's health. Thursday morning the ' matter was laid before the directors of the chamber of commerce, and in the interest of the welfare of the community a postponement, for at least 30 days ^yas "ordered for the anriii?! dinner,' which was to be held next Saturday night. The hew date will be annpiinced by the chamber as soon as it is certain that the-danger is past. The chamber of commerce secretary, Paul Sutterley, Wants the public to, know that tickets already in their hands will be good at the later date. As fbr the typhoid situation, Dr. J. A. Moore of the state department of health concluded his work the first of-the week and returned to the city. Dr. S. B. Clark of the state dejpartment,' who has been working with Dr. 'Hansen, to find the source of the infection, is still on the job and Dr. Hansen reports that of the cultures sent out for tests five have been returned, as positive. Mrs. Keith Eversole has been a visitor in San Francisco for several days.' CLASSIFIED ADS... NEW THIS ISSUE (fldditioirplClassify AUTO PARTS and MOTORS For Chrysler . Plymouth - Dodge and OeSoto UKIAH MOTOR SALES Fred Orr 61tfc-fp BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME Painting, Decorating, Paperhangin Spray Painting. We Specialize lit Sheet Rock Work. Le Fleve & Son 206 Mason. Ph. 1166-M. 12tfc-fp HAHD OF HEAHIKG?— See the world's smallest 1948 "1-piece" hearing aid. Np battery wires. No harness to wear. Also Sono- tones, Beltones, Acousticons, etc., slightly used, at big discount, your aid taken in trade. Call at Palace Hotel Saturday, Jan. 24, one day only. 82tlc Three Ukiah residents were qualified for contractors' licenses la,st week by the contractors state license board. They are F. H. Soppingfield, 625 Grove street, general coiitractoi', and L J. Venturi and G, A. Eckman, 109 West Perkins street, miscellaneous specialty contractors. Qualifleation was determined by written examination and i.ssuance of the licenses will jjroceed within 10 days unless challenged by written protest. AUTO COURT IS LICENSED Titus Strong has been licensed by the state divisoin of housing to manage the T. Strong court and trailer park, south of Fort Bragg. Nevers Is Speaker At Lions Banquet Ernie Nevers, AU-American fullback of 1925, the Stanford prize football player, was at the Lipns Club annual dinner at the House of Garner Monday night, when about 70 men turned out for the feed. Nevers spoke generally on the value of sports in the school and how" football can keep a whole school stimulated and alert if properly conducted in relation to the entire curriculum. He had some good questions put to him and was ready with quick reply. W. A. Chessall, Ukiah high school principal, was there with J. C. Roberts, faculty member, and W. A. Piedmont, coach of the 1947 football squad. George Portlock was chairman of the program and was assisted by Tom Brumback and Dan Cohen. A technicolor picture of the San Francisco 49'ers was shown. NEW POLICE OFFICER NAMED Al Bishop, a local boy and graduate of Ukiah schools, is the latest addition to the Ukiah police force. He is a veteran and was in the service for two years, with the military police. He went, on duty January 15. MRS. SAM HAY HAS SEEM ILL MiS. Sam Ray has be«n ill since the first of the year. Slit is much better but still confined to her iiomc. FOR A GOOD home-cooked evening meal—serve it in my home. Write Journal Box 1011. 82t3p FOR SALE—Girl's bicycle, $15. Ans. Journal Box 1010. 82tlp FOR SALE — Stationwagon, like new. See at Wlldberger's. 82tlc FOR SALE Call 733-J. 10x14 Olsen rug. 82t3c SAWMILL—Belsaw complete with shingle attach., blower, etc. l-fEW $825. TRUCK — International 1%-ton with flatbed. Model K-5. $1295. TRAILER—Horse, double, heavy- duty, air brakes. $300. HARROWS—Disc, new and used, offset and tandem. TRACTOR TOOLS —Ford saws, buck rake, scraper. PLOWS — Moldboard. New and used. FREEZERS—New. Built and guaranteed by International Harvester. 11 cu. ft., only $395. CONSULT US on your needs before you buy. Cowan Equipment Co. Girls are in love with The smart new Kaiser; It's also true That many guys are. _ GOLDEN WEST yj Motor & Supply Co. 728 So. State Phone 520 Kuui 82tfc-fp 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 See KELLY COX FOR THE Best of Used Cars WE stand beWnd all of our late model used cars. Ask the men who have dealt with us. Cox Bros. Used Cars 301 So. State 70tfc-fp 949 No. State St. 82tlc How to Beat High Cost of Living JOIN HomeMarlcetMeatClub For Information Inquire at same, or phone Ukiah 25 81t3c CHROMITE Metal Tile For Kitchen, bathAom and stall Showers. 14 Colors to Choose From F.H.A. Approved and Financed Call or write Ukiah Glass Co, Exclusive Agents Mendocino and Lake Counties. Phone 1166-W Smith at Mason 74Th-tfc NEW SILENT SIOUX OIL HEATERS— With small tank and regu. later. $42,00. 2 loft. GOSSETT'S USED FURNITURE 82tlp ! Attention ! Anderson 'Valley KEN'S KABINETS Fine Cabinets — Built-ins Window and Door Frames At PHILBROOK MILL, Philo 82tlc Elphick's Real Estate Listings NEW—1-bedroom home, $3750. 15-ACRE FARM—10 acres in grapes, balance in pasture. Home, gal-age, chicken house. Fine spring water. Lots of shade. Wonderful view. $13,250. Good income. NICE — 1-bedroom home, insulated. $5750. NEW 20x24 garage, built for living quarters. Has toilet and sink. Lot 65x125. $2000. 82tc Truck Salesman wanted by nationally known wholesale food organization. Good salary. 5-day week. Reply to Redwood Journal Box 1013 82tlc MERK RADIO SHOP the old reliable Sales — Service — Satisfaction Opposite Theater, Ukiah 49tfc-fp STATE GARAGE A Good Place to Buy a Reconditioned Car. We Buy and Sell. 628 So. State St. " 52tfc-fp SPECIAL! FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JANUARY 23 and 24 Strawberry Plants "BANNERS" 45c per dozen 3.50 per 100 Top Quality Plants ; New ready for planting. CAMELLIAS AZALEAS Flowering Trees, Slirubs and Vines Fruit Trees — All Varieties Largo— 6 ft. to 8 ft.—1.50 Medium, 4 ft. to 6 ft.—1.25 Berries, Grapes, Rhubarb, Artichokes. Sh^de Trees, Evergreens • Potted Plants : Phone 565-W or visit Redwood Valley Nursery Next to Frozen Food Lockers 82tlc Northern Calif. Movers & Builders BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION Moving, Raising Foundations Telephone 484, Ukiah, Calif. • 70tfc-fp TANKS We build,.stock or supply underground and above ground storage tanks or truck tank of any description: Q^U HJS for prices on welding of any kind. Chase's Garage ' 515 So. State Phone 757 L P. Ga> & Appliance Co. Mason & standley ' Phone 1000 O'Keefe & Merritt Own Your Own Tank Gas Is Cheaper * Ranges Hot Water Heaters Restaurant Giriddl.ns anii Hanscs Roper Kitchen Ranges Heaters and Floor Furnaces SERVICE IS OXm MOTTO Try Usl 15tfc-fp Ukiah Van & Storage Co Local and Statewide MOVING Phone 440-3. Ukiah 4/14mcfp Commercial Industrial Resideotial and Concrete Construction For Free Estimates Call r .Feibusch Construction Company Phone 1I26-M, or write P.O. Box 32, Ukiah. . 77tfc-fp HAIRCUTS FOR the entire family, at Farl's Shop, W. Church. Two barbers. 71tfc-fp FOR SALE—In Ukiah city limits almost an acre of level land. Electricity and water available. Only $1350. STROUT REALTY Ukiah 82tlc FOR SALE —2 horses, work single or double. Priced reasonably. Journal Box 1009. 82t3c FOR SALE — Approximately 44 acres of lovely rolling hill land directly adjoining town of Hopland. Has been recently surveyed. This is a real buy at the low price of $5500. STROUT REALTY Ukiah ; 82tlc FOR SALE — Oil stoves and oil water heater, slightly used, good condition. Odell Ranch, Ukiah. 76Thtfc ST. GEORGE ROOTED VINES for sale. Inquire C. Mondavi & Sons, St. Helena, Calif., phone 338. 82t4c ROOMS FOR RENT— Gentlemen preferred. 418 W. MUl. Phone 1133-J after 3 p.m. 82t3c FOB SALE — Large Wedgewood table-top stove with trash burner. Phone 486-W, or see at 340 ' W. Perkins St, 81t3c-fp Automotive Work BODY and fender, painting, glass, overhaul, expert repairs oi every kind. Prompt service. Tow car on call. Vevoda 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 graduat.e, interested in a career in banking. Good pay, 40-hoUr week. Apply at Bank of America, Ukiah. e9tfc-fp FOR SALE— In Ukiah, west of State St., recently built home. Venetian blinds, floor furnace and hew Wedgewood" gas range. Only $10,500. STROUT REALTY Ukiah 82tlc "Dan" Cohen's Plumbing and Electric ' Supplies 119 So. Main St. Phone 933-W Plumber and Electrician Available 81tfc-fp OLD PAPERS—10c per bundle, at Redwood Journal. 28tfx FOR SALE — 1929 Nash coupe, $100; good tires and motor. 315 W. Standley. 82t3p FOR SALE— 1935 Chevrolet coupe, motor overhauled, clean. Can be seen at Leroy Mobile Service, State and Scott. 82t3p FOR SALE — House trailer. Big Oaks Auto Court 82t3p FOR SALE— Small riding horse, 4 years, old, with saddle and bridle. Gentle and cheap. Call 964-R. 82t3c HOME WANTED—For semi-invalid, gentleman. Phone lO-F-3. 82t3c YOU WILL WANT TO ATTEND the . March of Dimes Dance January 3 I at Mendocino State Hospital 82t2c Come and Dance that others may WALK March of Dimes Dance January 31 , • at Mendocino State Hospital 82t2c FOR SALE—1947 Ford 2-door sedan, deluxe six, 8000 miles, like new, with all extras, $1800. Phone 192-W WUlits. 82tlp FOR SALE— Near Ukiah, approximately 5 acres of hlU land with beautiful view home site. Well on property. Electricity available. Only $2150. STROUT REALTY . Ukiah 82tlc FOR SALE— '29 model Ford coupe ' in good condition. Frank Morris, Redwood Valley. 82tlp FOR SALE —Man's overcoat, like new. $10. 715 So. State St. 82t3c FOR SALE — Side arm gas hot water heater and tank. Phone 34, 82t2c FOR SALE— 60 acres river bottom land. 50 acres level land checked i6r irrigation, planted to alfalfa ladino, balance in wheat. Concrete dam, underground pipe. Tractor, power mower and rake. 4-room house. E. Babcock, Redv/ood 'Valley, 25-Y-12. 82t3p LOST — Antique drop earring. Pear-shaped red stone in gold setting with four pearls and gold trimmings. Finder see Mr. Andrews at Bank of America for reward. 8?t1n FOR SALE — House traUer. Big Oaks Auto Court. 82t3p CUT FILM Limited Quantity of 2Vi"x3Vi" Univex Movie Film 100 up and lOOS Complete Stock, of Roll Film 00 to 122 PHOTO HEADQUARTERS Perry's Photo Supplies 160 E. Standley, Phone 1T4-J Ukiah 82tlc MOVED! !!i Acme Top Shop Auto Tops and Upholstery L. B. Under! Phone I l-F-2 iderhill 59tfc-fp Bechtd's Paint Store Buy Your Paint Prom a Painter WALLPAPER — PAINTS 109 So. State. Phone 293. 54tfc-T SHOP AT HOME AND SAVE Watkins Products BETTER QUALITY AND VALUE 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 VOeoTc FOR SALE — 1936 Chevrolet 2- door sedan. Phone 907-W or call at 949 W. Standley: 82tlp MODERN' country .home and 2 acres level land located 3, miles from Ukiah op paved road, 2 bedrooms, hardwood floors, living room, dining room, kitchen and bath. Electric heat. Unlimited water supply. Double garage. Beautiful surroundings. $12,000, terms. Larkin J. Younce Preston Bldg., Ukiah 82t6c WILL BUY — House trailer, or trade for good one. Milton Gross, 226 Norton St. 82t3p BENEFIT CARD PARTY— Sponsored by Redwood Val. Grange. Games will be king pedro, pinochle, bridge, whist. Admission 50c. Jan. 31, 1948, 8 p.m. 82t3c APARTMENT FOR RENT— Suitable for 2. No pets, no children. Phone 80-R. 82tlc Berlin's Pharmacy ANNOUNCES the EX-CEL-CIS cosmetic gift thi.s w^k goes to Julia Robuson. We give S&H green stamps. 82tlc FOR SALE — Pure-bred unregistered Hereford bulls, priced reasonable. Odell Ranch, Ukiah. 76Thtfc FOR SALE— Almost 3 acres of level irrigated land planted to berries, fruit trees, balance truck garden. Farm equipment, including tractor, ets. Two-story 6-room home. Only $18,000. STROUT REALTY Ukiah 82tlc FOR SALE — Sorosis wood and gas range, converted to an oil with a crusty oil burner. Hot water coil in good condition. Phone 3-R-4, C. Forbes. 82t3p FOR SALE — 1934 Ford pickup, mechanically good, 650-16 tires. Price $375. Call L. R. Perry, ' 194-W after 5 p.m. or Sat. and Sun^ 82t3p FOR SALE— Upright piano, "Valley Gem." 441 Clara. 8£t2c 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 AUCTION SALE —Livestock and poultry sale every Tuesday. Misc. and poultry second and fourth Friday at Ukiah Auction Yards. Phon6 690-W for information and truck service. 80Thtfc FOR RENT—New Eureka vacuum cleaner with all attachments, and Johnson electric floor polisher. Home Market, 113 South State, phone 25. TOPOT FOR LEASE ON SHARES — 35 acres of vineyard. Write Marion Fischer, Box 671, Lakeport, or call phone 128-R. 82t3c

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