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PAGE TWO DISPATCH DEMOCRAT.iUmH. CALIFORNIA: FRIDAY, JANUARV 23, 1M8 DISPATCH-DEMOCRII &. COBBB Pablisbed Each Friday at 120 Kart Standley St^ inciab, Mendoctno Connty, CalUornia SUBSOBimON BATES; Per Year. .... $2.50 Tliree Months Six Months ^. 1.50 • • Oile Month ..$ .80 .. .30 Single Copies to; Hoa-Subacribens 10 centa' cial Advertialnr Bate*: Readers, 30o per line Insertion,' ISO per line each subsequent insertion. Readers set In 7 point type, which is the body of this newspaper. THE PHESBytEHIAN CHURCH Riflhard A* der La«, D. ^. , Morning Worship at- 11 o'eloclc. Sunday school ei 9:45. NUrsefy for chiiai -en. "Choosing Cheap Charters" will be the subject of the semon by the aiinister.; a practical message on how to iiye' the Christian life victoriously. Everybody attending, our worship servicewiil be cordially welcomed. uklAb; METtebDlBT CHtrHCM" Charles (<. Lindemann, Mlnisiei Smith and Pine ' fl:45' a.m.-^unday School. have classes for all ages—childreip, youth and adults. Morning worship at 11.. Revi Lindemann will deliver the third of his series of sermons on the general theme, "The,Most Significant Wot'ds in the Bible and ttumaA Speech." His topic for this service will be, "CSod's Favorite Word.", , Special musiti bj^ the vested choir.- . - At 6;30, Intermediate Youth Fellowship in the educational unit. Seventh arid eighth gtade age children invited.- At 7:30, Senior Youth FelloVlr- ship lt\ chufch pal-Ior. Ail. high school age youth, or over, are invited.^; ^ , Choir ifehefirsal :#edhesday evening at 7:S0 at the church. We maintain ^ nUfseiy Where small children may be left in cam- petent';' tiere while their parents attend tlie morning worship. The"'!dhurch of the Chimes" invites yoii. aOOMVlLLE METHODIST CHURCH Rov." Wm.; W. Hoid Mihlste* Sunday school, 10 a.m.' Worship service, 7:30 p.m. Morning service at Philo at 1 i. Beginning October 5 there will PreSoKing service every Sunday at 7:30 p.m; and at Philo .at 11 a.m. . W.S.C.S. meets the second and fourth Thursdays of each month. CALPELLA COMMUNITY CHURCH J lO a.m.—Sunday sqjiool, Mrs. Benba'cK,' superintendent., LEGAL NOTICE SUMMONS No. 15378 Action brought in the Superior Court 'Of the ,State.of California, in and ,fir the Couhty of Mendocino, aiid the complaint filed in the ofH<5e of the Clerk of said Courjty of Mendocino. In the SUPERIOR COURT of the STA-EE OF CALIFORNIA, in and for the COlfNTY OF MENDOCINO. .. W. L. ALLENTHORP, Plaintiff, vs, C. SMITH, as Administrator of the Estate of WILLIAM KENRY 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 WILLIAM HENRY FORD, Deceased, GLADYS FAXON, .also Iwiown as GLADYS SMITH, JOHN DOE, RICHAPP HOE, and THE X COMPANY; a Corporation, Defendants. YOU ARE HEREBY DIRECTED TO APPEAR and answer the Complaint 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, witliin 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 appfear' and answer as above re<iulred, the said plaintiff will take judgment for any money ol- damages demanded In the Complaint, ag- arising upon contract, or will apply to the Court for any other relief demanded in said Complaint. Given-under my nand and the Seal of the Superior Court of the State of.California, in and for the County, of ..Mendocino, this 10th day of October,. 1947. W. J. BROADDUS, iSEALl,, County Clerk. By CLAIRE SEELY, ; ' . Deputy Clerk. . SPURR & BRUNNER, Attorneys for Plaintiff, First National Bank Bldg., Ukifth, .California. 1-16 2mc HOLY TfllNITY EPISCOP .^1.. H«T. R, G. Witl. VWar || Sunday services:' iloly commti- nlbn, 8 a.m.; Sunday school 9:45 a.m.; morning prayer; 11 a.m. SSORGANlZED CHURCH OF JESUS CHMlSt OF LATTER DAY SAlNTS Will meet at 744 South Oak street at 11 a.hf. welcome. Bishop B. C. Burdiclc, Of the Ndrthfern Califotmia District will be the speaker.- The subject will be, "The Lord has founded Zion here below—Isi. ]4;32. From where, in these last days, his law ,must go;—Isi. 2.;3. By prophefe;^d apostles he hfls sent,—Eph.; 4;' 11-16. With power to say.what the master meant.— John 3; 3-21.. Sunday school, 10 a.m. Years," Rev. 12:1-6. , "Restored by the Angel Who Rode the White Horse," Rev. 6:2. . "Witli the Gospel of Christ Appears," Rev. l4:6,7. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH . CoTsar ^milh and Oak Street* Leonard Gi 6rown, Pastor 9:45 a;m;—Bible Schopl. ,Mi "3. Charles Whittaker, superintendent. You will find a class 7:30 p.m.—Evening service, for every age group in our school. 11 n.m.-"Morning Worship, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.—Midweek prayet meeting. Hearing aids provided. ^ A nursery for small children. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Oran Bollinger, Minister 210 North School St. Morning worship. "The Courage to Endeavor." Sunday Schoolj 9:45 a.m.—Mrs. L.H. Foster; superintendent. ' Christian Endeavor at 0:30. Sep arate meetings for adults, young people iihd juniors. Evening \yol:ship, 7:30 p.m. ; This Sunday Is the beginning of "Youth Week" throughout the churches in America. The message of the rooming will be dedicated to all those who have endeavored in their youth, to ,prepare themselves to sijrve tiie Lord throughout their lives, Evening worship, 7:30 p.m. "Paul's. First Missionary Journey." Bobby York will be the leader of the Young People's Cliristian Endeavor at 6:30. Mr. Glace Richwine will lead the adults,. Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. Choir practice Thursday evening at 7:30. . , State Production Feat' By State Hospltaf Cow Another slate.production record has been made by- a registered Holsteln-Friesian cow owned by Mendocino State Hospital, Taimage. . Mendocino Mollis Mate is the new champion, taking the lead for all of California's Holsteins i-c- gordless of age milked three times dally in the Yearly. Division, Advanced Registry Test, with he production of 1147 pounds of butter- fat.from 27,370 pounds of^milk. "Mollie*' is the 408th Ui S. Hoi- stein-Friesia_ to prodUce more than 1000 po'unds of fat in a yebr. She is also the 76th U. S. Holsteini Friesian cow to produce mOre than 1005 pounds of fat in a. year on three milkings, and she holds 40th place in the list of 1000-pound^at cows. ' ^ ,t , , . Testing viras supervised by the University of California in .cooperation, "with ,the Molstein-ifriesjan Association of America. ELO ! Shasta county had, a^ the last farm cen^i)^, 1,417 farjntis cOveiring 730,000: aWesI . CATHOLIC CHURCH SERVICES Perkins and Bush Sfs. Father Adrian Sharker, Pastor Fath «r Austin Mllciisn, Father F'iUhiSHeartpU . St. Mary's dliurcli, ,Ukiah,,Mass each Sunday at 8:30 shd lO a.m. St. AJbert's, Gohvent Chapel, West Church street; Mass each Sunday ait .7 a.m. St.-Fran.dls, ttopland. Mass first Sunday at 9, a.m. ,;,Othe)f Sundays, rriass at 10:15. St. Brldig's, Calpfella. Mass first Sunday at 16:15.'No-mass second Suhday. Other Sundays at'S a.m. State Hospital, Talmage. Thifd Sunday; mass at 9'a.m. Indian RAnchoHas St. Joseph's; JFlfst iSunday, mass at 9 a.m.' .. - • ' , St. Dominic'si Se«ond Sunday, mass at 9 a;m. • St. Francis. Second Sunday, ftasfe at S a,m. •, .' St. Patrick's. FoUi-tli Sunday, mass at 9 a.m. PHILO METHODIST CHURCH Mrs. A. H, Brown, Superintendent Sunday school at 10 a.m. Worship service at -11 a.m. • • Ladies' Aid, the first and third Thursdays^ "Study to Bhe\v thyself approved unto God,, a workman that needeth not to be asi-iamed, rightly dividing the word of truth:" (II Timothy -2:15). This is the .golden text for the Christian Science lesson-sermon forSunday, January 25..The subject is "Truth." The following citations, are. Included in the sermon: Matthew: 'L«t your light so .shine before men that they may see your good works, and glorify youj- Father -which is in heaven." (5:16) . "Science, and.Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: "The illuminations of science give, ufi a sense of the nothingness of; error, and they show the spiritvial inspiration of love and truth to be the only fit preparation for admission to the presence and power Qf the Most High." (p. 506). ; Oak and Church .streets; reading room open 2 to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. REDWOOD VALLEY SERVICE Sunday'School at 10 a.m., Mrs. Nels Nelson, superintendent. Tlie new Sunday school rooms are being used. Church services on third Sunday of each month, at U ajn. plbert Holland will be there with the "Box of B"s'! for the .school and a lesson on "What Think Ye of the Christ?" At the clubhouse. ASSEMBLY Of GOD— Boonvnie M. D. Lancaster . Sunday services: Sunday School $t 10 a.m.; morning worship at 11 o'clock; evfining .evangelistic at 7:45; Wednesday Bible study at 7:45 p.m, THE CHUH-CH OF CHRIST Wesler "Toltiiighain, Eraitgelist- Ministel' This chui-ch,- according to-the New Testament pattern - (M«tt. ,16: i8-Rom. 16:16)!, wi}l be holding iervices each Lord's D^y at the Grange, hall. South State t street, ^jinday morning srvioeS will he from 10 a.m. to 12', noOn, with Bible study, Lord's Supper and, preaciiing. , Evangelistic services will be held each Lord's Day evening at 7:30. , Sermon subjects this week are, morning,"Three Facts.i of Universal Importance Concerning the Lord's Second Coming."' Evening, "Compforfing Words (ioriccfrning the Lord's Second Coming." FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH Louis C. Marting. PaSior Morning services will be conducted at the Episcopal Guild hall each Sunday at 11 o'clock^ Sunday school immfediately alter service. Listen to the'International Lutheran Hour each Suhday morning at9;3b. We cordially invite you to worship with us. UKIAH GOSPEL TABERNACLE; ASSEMBLY OF GOD Smith and JBatAes Sts,' J. R;E <iflatviiF :^Bj6r; Sunday School— i):4;s ,|Mi. Morning services—il a .m. Children's C.hurch*t-6:80 p .m. Christ's Ambassadois—6:30 p.m. Evening Revival Hour — 7:45 p.m. Tuesday Bible Study, Questions and Prayer— 7:15 p.m, Friday Cottage Prayer Meeting —7:45 p.m. , r This Sunday we will be privileged to have vReV. and Mi's.. Bernard Johnson and son of Brazil with us;.They Will speak and,sing at both Sunday services. Their son Will speak, at the C A. service, .at 6:30. ; Don't miss these most interesting services! . CHURCH OF, JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAJSNTS Stei4rt Hall Sunday: school,; 10; ftim- • • Sacrement meeting, 11 a-.m., conducted by C. A,, Call,,branch president. • - : •;. Fireside chat at 7:30 p.m. Primary, Thursday- at:3:30 pini. Relief society, Thursday at 2:30 p.m. • ' . HOME MISSIONARY CHURCH Opposite Airport Pastor, H. M. Biitby Sunday- school,-10 a .m.- •; , Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Evangelistic service, 7:45. p.m. Tuesday worship, 7:,45 p.m. Friday worship, 7:46 p.m. Everybody, \velcom.e. Come and worship, our God together. The church with, a hearty wolcome. , SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Corner Bush tc Henry Sabbath (Saturday) services; 9:30 a.m.-«-Sabbath School; 11 a.m. ^-inspiring, enlightening Bible aeririon. : Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock —Bible study and prayer service hour begins. Thi.' . Wednesday night prayer, service hour will be given over to B Bible lecture by the pastor. CO'VELO, Jan. 20—Mr. and Mrs. Ray Foster were In'Covelo Sunday from Talmage. Mrg. Foster is district deputy of-O.E.S. No, 11, and held a school of instrilction Sunday, afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Allen and -Burdis Martindale leftt ,'Tuesda,y morning, the gentlemerf to iJklaii toattend a meeting of. the P.G.&S). at that place, while, Mrs. Allen will visit several days in Willits with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lovejoy and son Kendall- o-; Sonta «osa arrfved about n'ooni last Saturday - for a weekend visit with relatives in Covelo, Vinson English and. Shirley JEnglish in town and the Judge Clarke family-and Mr. -Lovejoy just out of town, Mr. and Mrs. Vinson English are Mrs. Bob Lovejoy 's parents and Shirley JEnglish Is her brother. Mrs., Clarke is a pistei;-, of Bob Lovejoy, and the older Mr. tovejoy is his father. , Kendall teaches sixth grade and low seventh grade in the Geyser- Ville school, hSs full Charge of music end band there,and had, a piano class after school hours. Marjorie Ann, his sister. Is a graduate -jf Armstrong College in Berkeley, and is working for the Berkeley 'Guarantee Savings & i<oan Association. - A few nights ago John Albonico, Sr., Was awakened by the barking ii)f his dogs. As they sefemed to be bgying, sornethlhgl Mr. Albonico arose and went to them., H« found, them down in a corner of his field Whery they had treed a panther. Mr. Albonico hadn;t .taken a gun so .could do nothing about the-animal, which came,-down and ran pway in tiie direction of the creamery' K • Mrs. .A\jdrey 1'uttle went \o Uiciah tiiesday. , Stork Shower {or Mrs, B'auei Last Sa.turday a very pretty stork shower was given for Mrs. Zola - Bauer in the church social hall in Cpveio,. . - : . .Hostesses were >Mfs. ; Alice' Bauer, Mrs. Marie Bauer,, Mrs.' Lepra Barrass and Mrs. Ruby Kru-, ger. A large group of ladies 'gathered there, each .depositing her gift on the tables, which were covered with beau.tiful lace talkie cloths. solemn stork stood in the center Iceepittg watch-over all.. ! Mrs. Adele Dunlap had charge of the program whiich was as follows:, introduction of. the guest of honor, Mrs. Zola; BaUer, by Mrs.- Msrle Bauer, wljOf with a .few; ple&sant remarks, let us icnow the! high esteem in which the lady is iield by the BaUer family and by all who meet her. ;;• Brahms'; "Lullaby" was sung"by Carpi Goforth, Peggy Lehfeldt, Claudia Williamson, Fillys r )eFqrd and little Mary Beth Lehfeldt. Mrs. Eldor liehfeldt acc 'irhpanied them on the piano. Little Kay Hurt, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Gavin HUrt, sang "The (2radle ,Song," by Marian Drury. A Lullaby was sung by Jeanne Scott in. her"pleasing manner. Two r'eadings by Mrs. Berths Haydon, pinch^hitting ^or Glenna,Bar /;'asSj whdcDUld not be there. They were, "The Baby," and 'The Baby's ' First Too^h." lyirs. Audrey Tuttle followed with two readings, "What a Baby Costs" arid "Real Task of Being a Mother." Mrs. , Beatrice LoveU announced the "birth of her latest granddaughter; MargaretNoel Perkins, born on Christmas day away down at Sao .Paolo; Brazil. Her parents, Rev. Roger Perlcins, - son of Mrs. Ijdvell,. and his wife, Josephine, are our missionaries to Brazil. Mrs, Dunlap lead a letiter from Mrs, Woodrow Wilson, wife of a fcu-mei! pastor. The last nimi- Iper was a duet,,"My Little Buckaroo,'' by Mrs. 'Beatrice Lovell and Mrs.-Bertha Haydon. , The opening of .the gifts next 9laimed, the attention of all. Mrs. 'Bauer was assisted by the following young ladies: Artie Winters, June Bauei' and Jeanne Scott. After the gifts had been opened and admired and. Mrs. Bauer had gracefully, thanked all, refreshments of several kinds of cake pnd coffee and tea were served, after which all flocked around Mrs. Bauer to assure her of the kind and friencily feeling all have for her., , .; , . ,: , iFor Sale MODERN COUNTRY. HOME— 1, story, Mendocino panaramic ty^e construction, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, patio, view windows, fireplace, electricity or gas neat. :Five acres, partly level -land wooded, gardens, shrubbery, telephone and unlimited water . .supply. Three miles from Ukiah. -;$10,000 tetms. Larkin J. Younce Preston Bldg.. Uldah 81t6c Come In and See Our APPLIANCES! Electric Blanges. • Combination Ranges. Gas Ranges with trash burners. Gas and Electric Water Heaters. Steel Sirtk Cabinets. The>Ulciah Farmers Club 81t2c [Business Oppo.rtujnitiiBS and Real Estate > CAFE—On comer in , town, also 'rentals; 'steady trade'dhdgobd income. $2J,000. •,• GARACJB —200-ft. Highway 101 ' frontage, well equipped, old est. business, several good fran- vcbiSCg. $32,000 .plus stock. LOT—County. road, 500-ft. frontage. $1600. GAS STATION-^Cafe and cot, "tages, on 101 Highway; excellent loc, good income. $35,000. HOME & INCOME PROP.—In first-class condition, close in, good terms. $16,000. v ^•WEWill be pleased to have yow ' checlA our many listings in our four offices located m Santa .Rosa, Fort Bragg, Eureka and '•Ukiah. O. R. SKAGGS 344 No. Stae. 83-;W. 81t2c. PUMPS WE can supply pumps from the largest deep-Well turbine to the smallest pres^re system, and , 'have competent engineers to figure your Job. . WE jfepresent two of the most respected names in the pumping business; ; BYRON JACKSON • .. Irrigation Pumps and , , , JACUZZI ; Presstire Systems " ' • Bring,your pumping problems to us. UKIAH FARMERS CLUB Call 730 41tfc FOR SALE, $8000—15 acres, large ,.. garage, bam, corrals, large 2; room modern house. Also , 4, I 'oom modem home, garage, '3 acres of walnuts, '3 wells, •pressure system, beautifully situated on Hiway 20," $18,000. 'i640 acrts gra'zing lahd, springs, ,•$8000. W. F. Reynolds, Upper jLake. ' 8lt8p FOR SXLE—S,&W. .38 caliber, re• -.volv^r. Phone 15l8rW after 5 - ipm. 154 Gibson St. 80t3p jMuhial Aiders Meet Tuesday night, the Mutual Aid Society met at the social hall with about 35 members present for the first jneetlng in the year, with President Ann Brines in the chair. Secret-Pals for the past year-were revealed and new ones drawn for. The election of officers fpr 1948 took place as follow.^: President, Mrs. Audrey E. Tuttle; vice, president, Mrs. Eleanor Lehfeldt; secretary, Mrs. Virginia McNair. After President Ann Brines concluded the mceUng she spoke a few words of her appreciation to the society for their fine cooperation during the past year and called on the new president, Audrey Tuttle. to take the chair. ilfrs. Tuttle gaVe a short speech welcoming all ,'tlie new members to the spciety,,api?ointing the new committees for 1948 .and closed with a poem entitled "The New Year Again." Alter the meetin.g adjourned refreshments were served by ?•'osdames Amy Gravier, Ruby Gravier and Lillian Field, consisting of potato salad on crisp iettifee leaves, olives, pickles, fried chiclcen and home made cookies aiid coffee. rplR i3ALE--baterpillar "15" tractor; 2-wheel trailer, welded steel .consfr'uction; heavy-duty Ford ' truck • front end, wheels and tires; Phone 246-R Or 243 E. Gobbi. _• 80t3p FOR SALE 5-ACRE FARM-<::iose to ' Ukiah city'limits. Very fine soil, large "'house, plenty of; outbuildings, . plenty.of water.'This place idea! ' for dairy farih, chicken farm or biJngalow court—or combination •of aU thfee. Pi-ice $15,750. ^ NICE LOT—East frontage on McPeak' St., Hogan tract. Price $880. 21-4 ACRES—House on highway ,' about 9 miles from Ukiah. 5- room house, part unfinished. ;'(3ood well, good location.. Pos' session can be had immediately. Price for quick sale. $3000. 5 ACRE.S—South of -Ukiah, ideal for country home. Has good -wiell, no improvements, some . trees. Frice $2000. • • BUSINESS LOT—Fine location, 145x180 on corner. Price $10,000. FREDA.NASSIE Real Estate Agency 111 W. Perkins 728 S. State Ukiah . 78tfc 'i For Saie HOME FREEZERS Immediate Delivery O-cu.-ft. Maytag Home Freezer. Has 100% protection plan, against meciianical defects and power failure. The; Ukiah Farmers Club 6lt2c DWELLING of 2 bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen and bath, 6 modern cabins, electricaly heated, all located on large lot, close to business district. Will produce good income and provide a home at the same time. Buy for investment. Price $16,000. Terins niost reasonable. Larkin J. Younce Fraston Bldg., Ukiah 81t6c FOR SALE -^New gasoline washing machine. See Albert Powell, Babcock Ranch, -Redwood Val; ley. ; ' 80t3p FOR SALE— New rip saws. All factory set and filed and have 1%" eye; • ^... • - 1—10"xl4gax24T ' 8—12"xl0gax24T 4—12"xl4gax24T iaT -14"Xl2gax24T 6—14"xl4gax36T 3—I4"xl2gax3£>T J. F. PRITCHARD & CO. Phone Willits 416 or Ukiah 791-W 80t3c Be Sure, Your Pruning Supplies are in order. They may, be tough-to get again this year. HOLZ CO. has Snag Gut parts, shear handles and bolts in stock now. 59tfc SAVE MONEY— See Fred Howard. "V". rustic siding, cement work, foundations; moving, ;. wreciiing, plumbing, hardware, electric wiring, roofing, painting, paper-hanging, pressure pumps, fioor Sanders by hour or day. Free estimates. Phone 104, evenings 15-J-l. Write Box 163, Talniage. ._ 1-19-mlp GARAGE OWNERS—Standard repair order books In stock at Redwood Journal. 35tfx Do You Want a Good COFFEE SHOP and tJAS STATION BUSINESS? Doctor says Mamma has to quit, so - Mooi'es" at Hopland is for sale.,. Good lea.«ej complete equipment. Living quarters if desired. Box 642, Hopland. 80t3c .Ready-Cut Homes $55.5 .complete,: 16x20 ft., cottage, cabin, garage;/ erect in 3 days. All. .new materials, doors, windows, roofs, floors, nails, etc., all cut to fit. Plans andf instructions furnished. Immediate delivery. Sample building now being ei-ected 2 miles .south of Ukiah, left side Of highway. Ph. Ed Sands, Uki&h 334-J. 739 No. Oak. Ukaih delivery, $1750. 70tfc For Sale FOR SALE— 3-room house on So. Dora St.; lot 60x154 ft. Phone 028-J. 80t3p FOR SALE — Young vineyard , horses; also unbroke mules. Apply Harry E. Lutley, Box 316, St. Helena, Calif. 1-l^mlp EMMOLO BROS. NURSERY CO, . GRAFTED vines on resistant St. George root. Resistant rooted vines, various varieties rooted. Rte. 2, Box 309, phone 3-J-12, St. Helena, Calif. • . 12/22mc ATTENTION pRAPE GROWERS COME in and see the new combination sled and brush , burner,, i, SpfrteHils - Blacksmith ; ' Slidp,U07'N.-State stfe(h.-''?6tfc- HOLZ CO. has available, at their disposal a. Pumpiqg T Engineer who •will be • abfe to offer any help in your pumping or irrigation problems, no matter how large or gmall. ' , 59tfci BOpK MAT(?HES.,-^;PerSDnal oi for bu.siness. Order from the Redwood Journal. . 20tft Used Cars FOR SALE —^Pontiac '6 convertible Coupe in good condition.' See Don Carmichael, 754 So. Oak St., UlciaB, after 6 p.m. 81t3p FOR SALE—1046 Mercury, Club coupe, radio, heater, new tires, excellent condition. Phono 8J1, : . :', 81t3p FOR SALE -r-1939 Buick 4-door sedan -vCith '46 motor, series 40; good condition. Phone 958-W after 6 p.m.. aitgp FOR SALE—Some.assorted plow shares. 1 horse drawn cart, newly painted. 1 Morgan stock horse, gentle fcut spirited, with Complete tack. Spinellf's Blacksmith Shop 407 N. State St. 78tfc CAFE CHECKS—Now in stock at Redwood Journal office. (Set your supply there. 76tfx BALED HAY FOR SALE--Good quality oats and vetch. Ed Hayes, Willits. : 78t6p HOLZ CO. isUGGESTS you let our 'trained farm equipment mechanics go , over your equipment now, during the iquiet season, and put it in top shape for next season's work. Call 1180 • for appointment. 5Btfc FOR SALE— City gas. automatic water heatei-, left-hand trash burner with water coils, child's , Spott flyer." Call after 3 p.m., ' phone 1178, 736 .(3rove St. 80t3c FOR RENT — Small: cottage to elderly couple. No pets. Box 1007. 86t3c FOR SALE -^4-room house, double lot, $4700. 1154 W. Standley St. 80t3p FOR SALE — Electric range, 3 burners and oven. Pii. 1144-W. " ' 80t3p FOR SALE — New 2-bedroQm home. 609 Jones. 80t3p FOR SALE —Wedgewood gas stove ; With trash burner; Coleman oil heater wtihtwin bumei's; Cool. erator refrigerator of 75 pound ' capaOity and Everett piano. .All in good conditoin. Phone 514-W. 80t4c DeLaval HOME FREEZERS 16 cu. ft. chest type. Operation • range, zero to 20 below. One of the new additions io the famous DeLaval line. Come in and see them. The Ukiah Farmers Club 8U2c FOR SALE —Bean mist dust spray rig; also 590 prune trees on 211 JFOR SALE — 5-room home in Ukiph: Address R. Hoag, 1551 45th Ave., San FranciscO. 81l0p FOR SALE — No. 1 rooted St. CJeorge. Italian Swiss Colony, Asti, Calif. Phone Cioverdale 210-F-2. l-8/2mc IMMEDIATE DELIVERY — Water heaters, floor furnaces and ranges for propane-butane. Eco, nojnical home and farm tank aas units. L. P. Gas & Appliances. Phone 17 .J. Mason and Standley streets, 71tfc LIGHTING FIXTURESr-We have in stock and maintain the largest and most complete line of light, ihg fixtures in, Mendocino and Lake coumities. . ; - ROBERT L. BECICER 731 So. State St. Ukiah, Calif. 104tfc FOR SALE—Alfalfa hay. First cutting. Never been rained on. $25 ton. Call Ukiah 14-R-l. • • - - 78t6c HOLZ CO. Used Equipment Dept. orter .3 some very fine savings in wheel tractors—"Track Layers." i Tractor-drawn and Horse-drawn Discs, Harrows and Plows 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 COVER CO., 636 First St., Sa-ata Rosa, Caiif,, phone 39g4. 77tl0p Trespass Notices PROTECT your property with durable signs, printed on sign cloth. Prices: 6, $2.56; 12. S3.00; 2.^, $4.00; 50, S5.5U; 100, $8.50. On mail orders, include state sales tax arid postage. Redwood Journal. 32tfx FOR SALE — Small cottage, just painted, inside and out; 3 miles from Ukiah on large lot and paved Gas and electricity, unlimited water supply, very attractive and desirable surroundings. Price $4500; $1000 down, balance at $30 per month. Larkin J. Younce Preston Bldg., Ukiah. 77t0c FOli SALE — 1929 Buick ,"6", 4- door .sedan, good condition. Charles U. Thompson, next to ; Denny's Auto Court, on 101. ^ ' 80t3p FOR SALE—1947 2 ,-door Ford 6 sedan. Low mileage, lots of extras. Can be seen at Little,Lake Garage, Willits, or phone Lay- tonville.39-R evenings. \ 80tfc FOR SALE—1942 Studebaker club coupe. Also extra good Ciishman scooter. 817 Cypress, ph. 806-W. — i-15mlc FOR SALE .^-1936 PohtiaC coupe, $425; 1937 cab-ovor-engine 10- wheel job, $1000. See Dan Cd- 'hen, phone 769 or 933-W. 78tfc FOR SALE—1947 61-OHV Hariey Davidson motorcycle, good condition. Inquire 572 Park Blvd. 80t3p- (rRenf SMALL APT. OR CABIN WANTED— ^^y busint's.s woman; preferably ^close to town' and rea- ' sonable...' Please- call Frankie Buck, Redwood Joutnal. 78ttx WANTED -T^ R£NT~,SnialI apt. - or house , by working couple. Robert Jackson, Rte, 1, Box 62E, : Ukiah. • 81t3p For Rent FOR RENT— 3-room modem furnished apartment, 2 beds. 520 So. State St. l-15mlc ROOMS FOR RENT— Men only. 406 W. Henry. Sltfc FOR RENT — Front room, with , steam heat. CJentleman only. Phone 80-B. 78tfc FOR RENT— Rooni. Call 553 No. ' State after 1 p.m. 79t4p MAJOR OIL COMPANY service ; statiotvfor lease. Gall BO^W. 72tfc Miscellaheoiis pO Yb.UR ,WHEELS SHIMMY?— •\Ve can„cortect. yoiir ,troubles Vising, tiie •ne-yi^.'i-eVdlHtionary electronic Wheel bfilancer by • Stewart Warner that corrects both statically and dynamically the entire wheel unit ori your car. FOi-rest" Hughes, 585 No. State St.,-Uklah. ; ,8U3c Velma's Child Care - IJEAVE yout children While you shop, dinq Or dance. Boarding. Phone 924-W, 404 Clara Ave. aotfo SEWING — Machine-made butto.ri. holes and alterations. Call after, noon. 402 E. Perkins St.. Sltfc STUDEBAKER TRUCKS have got wl:^j it takes; ask any^sQwn- er. Forrest Hughes. ' 'SltSc The Sport Center: 255 North £itate HAS everything for the athlete, the liunter, the fisherman. . . . Football shoes, gym shoes, athletic supplies, .hunting clothes, shotguns. .22 rifles; air irlflles, ammunition. ' • • ,'46tl'c EXCESS TIRE WEAR arid "faulty steering can bo coi-rected, using the electronic wheel'balahcei:, 'by balancing ydur-wiieels right • on your car, both statically and dynamically. Forrest' HughOs, Ukiah. • • "81t$e FOR .SALE— 1942 DeSoto sedan, good buy. See Dan Cohen, ph. C79 or 93^W. 78tfc FOR SALE — 1940 International pickup, with sStOck rack. Herman Sagehorn, 25 School St., Willits. FOR SALE — 1941 Studebaker Ccmmander Deluxe; has, j-adio, heatef, good condition; $50 less than book. Call i3-R-l, Ukiah. " - 78tfc FOR SALE—1946 Chevrolet panel, low mileage, reasonable. Phone 400. 58tfd Truck Headquarters B q rg a ins Go lore 1942 3-ton Xlodgo, new niotor, 5- specd transmission, 603 Hrownle, 900x20 tires, 10-hole Budd. Very clean condition. 19-12 Fords and Chevrolets; \Vi- tOn 2-speed axle, smoe with hoist flatbeds. Lumber trucks,'seriii-trailers, pickups, diesels, stakes. Many to choose from. All these trucks are pr.iced to sell. No reasonable Offer re;fused. i Coast Motor Sales 755 Third St. . Petaluraa, Calif. l,2/291mc lAsi and Foinid LOST— Blacket wallet,at fiasco's Store. Keep money, reutrn to 309 No. State' St.,' Mrs: Louise _ Bemhard. 80t3c WANTED— Th'e man that repairs Singer Sewing machines as a hobby, to make portable info ;- table model.- Contact Bertha ' Fillmore at Rasco's 5-10. 80t3p Wanted Employment CARE OF SCHOOL-AGE CHIL- DIIEN., W|iNT£;p-r;C,on)pe1,ently cared for by experienced woman : in her own home. Telephone ' No. 715. 80t4c Employment MAN WANTED—With horse and plow for small job. Phone 693-J from 9 to 5; 1113-J after 5 p.m. 80t3p SALESMAN WANTED— Plumbing and heating supplies for wlidle- sale house. Eureka to Ukiah ter, ritory. Attractive opport'inity for right man. Write P.O. Box 829, San Fi-ancisco, for inter_ view. 8It2c MEDICO DRUG CO -\Vill have opening for 3 experienced sales girls around Feb. 1. For particulars see Mr. Roumas, Manager. ' 77tfc Wanted to Buy WANTED TO BUY—Property for use as hunting club, SCO or 1000 acres, with or without buildings, • must have water. P. S. Testa, - 429 Bo-sley St., Santa Rosa. 80t3p WANTED — Stock sheep dairy ranch. Have cash .buyer. This is the year to sell. E. H. CROWELL 585 Mendocino Ave. 3588-J Santa Rosa l-12mlp READY MARKET for all classes of livestock, any size lots. Farm Bureau Marketing Assn, phone Boonville 2591 collect, or Ukiah 1114. • 7tfc PHONE 397 : For AH Types t)f • PAINTING, SHEETROCK. FINISHIITO and TEXTURING . H. S. GRAY Painting and Decorating P.O. Box 608, tlkiah- 78tfc FLOOR SANDING ;and finishing- Old and hew. H&rdwood -and linoleum floors'cleannd. Waxed, , and polished. Phones 724, •507-B, 912-W. Rod Waleh, 912--\V; Ed Oden, 507.-R, 724. 1/lmtp ONE-STOP SERVICE— It's Studebaker Associated. Service for tires, batteries, lubrication, ac; ceSSories, battery charging, tire repair, motor tune-up, virbedl alignment, wheel balanciiig, washing, specialized repair, getji- eVal overhauling. FiCkup\ smd delivery setvice, good Wot-k-. manship, quality merchandise. Forrest Hughes, Studebakfer Service, No. State St, phone 212-'W', Ukiah. _J . 8Vt-'c Radio Repairing ONE-DAY service on ail types'Of home or auto radios. PAULCNITSCH State & Clay. Ph. 47 -J. 75tfc RAISE YOURSELF A FINE SADDLE HORSE -.BreeJ your aid- die mare to Vee-Te_z, reg. Arabian .stallion, son of world-famous ' Antez. Stud fee $50. Will pick up and return free, one m?^re anywhere within 50 miles, tv/o mares anywhere within 100 miles. ALSO LET" YOUR WORK MARES REPLACE THEM- SEL'VES—Bi-eed them to, Cai'^o II, jet black reg. Perchetdil stallion, sire of outstanding colts. Same rate. Munson Reg. Stock Favm; phone 149-Y-14, Bald Hill Ranch, Fort Bragg, Calif, 79tfc SpeciaUzmg . , ELECTROLUX CLEANER; Repair^ Expert Service Since 1933 SHILTON'S 3980 Red-wood Highway South Santa Rosa Phone 4033-W STUDEBAKER TRUCK PRODUCTION UP— Now is the thne to place your order for, your 1948 Studebaker truck, for spring and summer delivery. Farre:;t Hughes, Ukiah. ' 81t3c SEPTIC TANKS & CESSPOOLS pumped. Modern , etjuipment No mileage charge. Phone Uppei- Lake 52 between • 8 a.m. and 6 p.m., or write P.O. Box 220, Upper I^ake;- A. E. SILVA 50tfc LEAVING TOWNf—Have toeell? List with Strout. 44tfc ROOFING AND INSULATION oUT specialty. Johns-ManviU(>. products; no job too big, none, too , small. Herman Runkel. Ph. 10,2, ELECTRONIC WHEET: BALANCING on your car, both staticaUy and dynamically coi reeled. For- rf^st Hughes, Studebaker Asso' ciated Service. Ukiah." ' , BItgc ALL MAKESof Washing machines repaired: wringer rolls, belts, parts. Wright's Electric, 289 N. Main. Phone 693-W: SOtfc A, G. Kessinger WELL DRILU'NGi m No. Dora^ Ph^JgT^ 20tf« ARCHITECTURAL DRAFIING::: John Wilson. 610 McPeak St. Sfltfp YOU CAN T BEAT THE FA^ST ACTION OF THE WANT ADSl

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