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PAGE SIX BISPATOM DSMJfeRAT. TJKIAIt. CALITOKNIA ' FRIDAY, JANUARY 23/ 194«> EET HERE, FEBRUARY ' District Centra) Committee Will Pick Candidate ' Art SchUder, chairman ot the fan CongrcsslonDl District Re- pulplican Central Committea, has called a meeting of the commit- ttctnenof the 11 counties of the district, to be held Sunday, February l, in the Canton room of the •Paliaoc Hotel. This meeting is for the ptirpose " of selecting the man who will make the race for the First district nomination in the spring primaries. The executive board of the district central committee will hold a' conference at .7:30, SatUnlay night, January 31. Prominently spoken of, among the men whose friends are urging them to contest for the party's endorsement, are State Senator Burt Busch of Lakeport; George Blggav of - Covelo, former state senator; WtlHsini O,. Shanl^leton. publisher Of Ukiah Republican Press; Fred Oiigaiiuvv', cnaumun Q£ Marin county board of supervisors; Herbert ^cudder of Sebastepol, jstate land commissioner; anc) A|[sfemblyman Mike Burns of Eureka. ,• Among the. icnown aspirants »in the ranks of the Dem6er«tic party ore'Senator Tom Keating of San HaXael.and Senator Tom .Quinn of Eureka. • Ray Wiser, president of the California, State Farm Bureau Federation, whom the Hepublicans sought to. draft for- the race two years ago, has definitely removed him-, self from the competition, according to Mr. Schildev Sewage Plant flans To Be Offered State • The city council has authorized Richard Stams, Jr., of Richmond to make application to the state JtoT a'sowage disposal- plant per- ijtii and to ptepare plans for such i ,pDint, ipmb'oaying j;eiiain por-. jaections' based on. a; December report. • • Wie.cOsf of the plant is placed at, $63,296,,of which the State of California will pay on a matching Btf?ls\ approximately $37,000, when tjte' pjans are approved; ;'j,The. spejcifleatioiis as approved Ijy the: council have been dis- cujfs«4 between Mr. Stame and the state authority, and their approval isit^^leved certain, '. ThexQntemplated improvements 'W.ilU (iall • for a bond issue of |2)8,pjOfO.. The council rejected the $3769 | .hid of the Pacific Gas Corporation to furnish one gas-air imit tQ' the municipal gas plant. It was the only bid filed. ices !<-jPii(j ?i ?al;"serVJc^ ior'Mrs..Mary JflijeWilnf iv^jl^befaeld from Ev- First FaniMil Weddiiig In History of Round Valley Mission CO'VJSLO, Jan. 19—The Methodist Indian Mission of Round valley was the setting for the wedding of Stanley J. Heywood-of San Francisco and Ernestine DeFord, daughter ot Rev. juid Mrs. Ernest B. DcFord on Sunday, January 4i The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Roy C. Harper of Gait. Brides' attendants were Peggy Hall of Gait, a high school chum, who was the maid of honor; Jessie Stelnaglc of San Francisco, a col lege roommate, and Edna Osterberg, United Air Linus co-worker, were bridesmaids. The groom was attended by his c<jusin, Donald Steele of San Francisco, as best-man: M. McMenomy^ of San Francisco and Richard' Gcnasci of Sacramento were, ushers, , The bride wore a lovely forra- fittirig govm of white bridal satin with, long, pointed sleeves arid flowing train, with finger-tip yeil. The ceremony was preceded by a period of music witli Mrs. E. R. I^ehfeldt at the piapp, and Carl Delgado sang "At the Dawning," and "I'Love You Truly." "The wedding procession entered the church to the strains of the I<ohengrin . Wedding March and was led by Edna Osterberg, in a peach colored formal and Jessie S.teiriagle in a pea green formal. Then came Peggy Hall, dressed in yellow. The three attendants carried bouquets of white carnations. Sichard DeFcrd, young nephew Of the bride, was the ring bearer, Martha Delgado was the flowfir girl. Ernest Marrifield and Tommy Hanover/were train bearers. Rev. Ernest Hi. DeFord, father oithe bride, spake the words that made them man and wife. . 'A. reception was held, in the .auditorium of the Reservation grammar, school adjoining the mission, where the hall was decorated with green fir branches and white ciepC boWs and streamers, Mrs. E, B. Carey served the punch; Mrs. Minnie'Card and Mrs. Carrie McLane served tea and coffee. Mrs. Iva Harper, aunt of the bride, and Mrs, V/iiiiam Mooy assisted in serving the . 4-tier wedding cake. Mrs. Irtna DeFord and. Mrs, Vera Hall' were In charge of, this many lovely gifts,'. • Richard DeFord of Anchorapie, Alaska, and. Donald Steele were the photographers. '' The bride graduated, at the San Jose State College in 1P46 and has been eriipldyed for more than a year as stewardess by the United Air Ijhes.. . ' ' The grpom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. EVerett Heywood. of Dalles, Oregon. He attended the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at King's Point, Long Island, and served tS months v/ith the navy and five ye<?rs with the merchant marine, arid was a lieutenoiit'at the. time of his discharge. The newlyweds will make their home at ^TC-A Fourth avenue, San Francisco.- As far as is known, this was tfio first, iormal wedding ever: held in the.'83-year-old mission building, also the first' wedding of ai white cbiiplef there, ,1'he affair wasiinique 'ia that it was- attended byT whites- Denver Has Ex-con Claiming He Robbed Drug Store The man who burglarized the Willlts Pharmacy on August 20, 1046i Is in: custody of authorities of Colorado, says word received last week by Sheriff Broaddus, trpm. Denver, the message saying that 'W^iiUam T. Benson had con- fesed therbbbcry. The store lost approxiniately $2000 in cash and checks, according to the report of the burglai-y at tha^tlme, and another $500 in sedatives and narcotics. Clinton Whitaker operated the store. . Investigation of the burglary showed that an attempt-had been made to-jimmy a side door of the ^)uilding^ and when .this had failed the glass. was broken so the lock coijld; be-reached, The money and thc' checks were taken from tlie safe,;;which bad' been l^ft with ! only the ""night latch" on. Benson was "evidently faniiliar. with this practice and had only to tiirn-the dial into position to open the door. Fiye days tiofore the robbery the W;llits Police Department had resigned in a t' ^dy and the matter had been given wide publicity. ; jlo .particulars were given by Denver authorities and until Sher- rift • Broaddus learns on what charges Benson is held in that city it is not kno-"" -vhether he can be brought. back to face burglary charges. ari(t Intji^ns^ eVMe ;^^9»^uary, ,1 'riday afternoon; ;]tffp Oantiary. 23,;at,2;.o'clock,;with El-f.iTl .CllUIILlIiail» Mcl . . .... ^„ .. Incenses to Build b&^t', Holland officiating.' Burial vylll ;t>e in" the Uki&li cemetery. -•Mrs. Milne passed, away at hdr hjbto(! i>i 'Talihage Wednesdayi She W^s -borri Jn TJkiah. January 13, 1868,Jtl}e daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JphnP, Smith, She waa the widow of Andrew F. Milne who pre-deceased her many years ago.' ' In 1901 Mrs. Milxie moved tp "Talrnage whei'e she has liv^d since. 3he was postrifjaater there for 15 ycai's.''Her brother, Howard Bud Smith, was mayor of Ukiah at the ti.Tie of his death. • Mrs.. Milne is survived, by.'two sons, Dr. Raymond A. Milne of Ui (.kah,.>hd' Lloyde D. Milne of Sari':Gabriel; three sisters, Mrs. A. D;''Scott,.Mi-s; Charles Wilgus, and B^i'S'-C.B. Scott. She has four gi-^ndchildren, Marjovie Milne, of. Memphis, Tennessee; Leroy Milne 'of Sncramento; Donald and Mary Jane Milne of San Garbiel; The pallbearers will be Joe Fi- goae,. Frank Chance, George Anderson, Paul Ppulps, Rex Parker artd'Gunnar Spjutch. Claude Pressley ) Leg Amputated • Cjlsiude ;Pressley, const^ible p£ Atoersbh township, is recoverLng a^Oie •ykiah General Hospital f61- lovfrtngl.tHe amplitatibn:of his"ieft Ififel- abbYe' the! knee,- an operatioii \*-ht,<!h'"Vvas' perfprmed. by Dr. Af- thyr Miller on Friday of last week, .-Mri OPressley is- 61 year§ of age and. was:;born iti 'the; vldiriity of UJtlkb a'ndls very well known here andMh many parts,of the cpunty, ,', A.'i-efaoirt from BPonville says tllat.;'iraectjon in Pressl^'s foot fpUovyesi.Bn .injury during the last Cot^hviile fair, \Vhen he was step- pyi:;pn' by a man "wearing calked boots. .. fVAfter two years search for one, the E. M. Jones have found a house,,in Willits and moved there "Tuesday. Jones is in charge of the offipe oaf the soil conservation service. E, R. Freyer has beeti licensed by. the/'state division of housing to expend'$7000 to constnict additional house units • at the De'Voy Redwood-Grove Auto Court, one mile north of Piercy. On a similar permit, Austin I. ^tinson estimated a $1000 outlay to cover costs iorp'rovidihg kitchen facilities in ho.using units at, the Cook's 'Valley Resort, three miles north of Piercy." The division also licensed Henry Rechnitzer to make ;a $300 expenditure for additional sanitary facilities-at the Agate Beach Auto .Court, Bi half mile north of Mendocino. ' WANT INSURANCE EXAMINER .The Ukiah office of the department of ernplpyment has an-opening for ai; une?nployment insurance exarniner for a. two.montli peripd, 4Q hour.s a wee.k at $220. A month. Must have A.B. degree,,or thjrep: years of full-time paid ex- ;perience, • one year pf which shall have been in a responsible capacity in such fields as labor or Industrial-relations, pliblic, orpriv.ate employment- services, prlvatevln- surance clainis,adjusting,, conuner- cif|i' or yocatiohgl' teaching on a geiiondary level,;, :' ; , '. iLXYTOWVJi.LE: PipilEEDEAJ? • C.ort M- Dyer, a resident of Lay- tonviUe jfof. the '.pa^t 5() years, passed awiiy l$st week at'the hbriie of his soil in Oakland and his tody was brought to Laytonvllle: .for burial in the Odd-FoUows Ceipe-r t^ry; He was, the father;of:P.;L. Dyer of Oakland and ftayrripnd Dyer of Cov.elo. . ; ' :..y '. LICENSE EXAMINER DATES; During, tlie coming;' week thjB motor vehicle " liccftSe examiner will be in Ukiah oh Monday, Friday and Saturday at the highway patrol office, and Tuesday and Wednesday at Fort Bragg in the city hall fromi 9 to 5. In Ukiah it is 9 to 12 noon on Saturday. :REDW 00 D VALLEY, Jan. 20 Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Box of Sterling City visited in the T. M. Jameson l^onie last week for three days. Mr.-Box and Mr. Jameson are cousins. While here Mr. and Mrs. Box spent a day with Mr. and Mrs. Lee ' Trowbridge who . are special friends. Mr. Box has retired from the forestry service, a position he had Jield. for many yetirs.' From . here .they went to Sari Francisco -and the bay are? to visit their children and other relatives.'.- .''.'. Sam Leach, Sr.,. has been en- Joying a, visit the.past week from his son and wife, Mr, and Mrs; D. T.,L'each of Dolores, Colorado. The Leaches ;are .visiting, in the. home of Mr.' and Mrs. Sam Leach, Jr., and with C. Oliver," Mrs. Oliver is a sister of D. T. Leach. They are leaving the first of the week for Long 'Beach and Pasadena where they will visit "relativeii- Mr. Leach, Sr., will accpmpany them to Pasadena to visit another son and to attend the conling wedding of a granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Frye apd daughter Caroline of Benicia were visiting a few days at the John Slider hpme.,. ' • A! good ^epi^esentatiop o.l grape growers;, atterid'ed .a' meeting and, [dii>h.erat H^aldsburg. •THuradayv There:'.were fiS.-fr'omthe/Jv^Uei^^^^^ rushers 'o ^r ths. Gey scry illp .i^ov/^ -ers,::whb'moWi ;ey,^pw^^^^ j'jiRirtri: - :; • 'r'^- '•'•;:'-.s''• «asion,, Legion 'Auxiliary Mas Sold lUiMqtl|Uck Med ! -The Aniwoan Leglpti'Auxiliary voted- to; sponsbr. an pssay contest in the. Ukiah high school, at their nriepting in; Veterans' Memorial building Wednesday, January 21. Americanism to be the. title Of the' essay, the .details for which /have not been completed but will be forthcoming shortly, Mrs; Ruth Salls'is in charge of the odptest. ; The meeting started with a potluck , dinner that recalled the' gold rush dsiys. Mrs. Frank Harader and Mrs. Ada Bishop wer^ in charge and had the tables decorated with miniature gold rush eqiiij^lnent. They used gold and blue streamers, whiskey . flasks for candle holders, gold' nuggets lying, about indiscriminately on the table with cap iguns. poller htind^, gold pans with sand and nuggets. The dijiner ,was delicious. Miners ate well, the" said, They-served coffee from an old teS kettle and cream'lrotti a cj^h.- . "\ After din -ner the htieeting was called to order by Mrs. Lillian De- Kend. Patricia Miller's application wias rpad and accepted. Tliree rjew members, • Louise Locatelli, Sally Garcia arid Jehnie Paj-ducci were oWigatbd'and accepted..• Mrs. Scott Seland,-'-who is going to -AlaKe ,he.r home iiv Ukiah;. was therfe from the B^prtuna unit,-Art-' other, Kviest was MrS. D. Johnson of Lak ^pprt.; \. ': GitY CSIVES TO DIMES MARCH The city • Will • donate to • the March of pfmes fund all dimes fpiiil'd in the parkiris nvettrs to the' time -bf the'Oloise btthe current drive. If ypu wish to pay through the ineter', drop the dimes^ 1"^ the penny s.l'ot. They wbrft register on the' meteri but-Wilt count in a good cause, ' v ' - POINT ARENA, Jan. , 20— Charels Ciapuscl and family have moved to Fort Bragg, where he is the owner of The Ship. • Saturday night Bill Forsell's cat was completely destroyed by fire which started from gas leaking onto the engine, from the carburetor. Mr. Forsell and his two passengers escaped from the car unharmed.; Sunday afternoon the Ameri <:an Legion of Fort Bragg was .ih Point Arena to get recruits. They had a banquet at Foresters hall followed by their regular meeting. 'Ten Point Arena vets joined. V Byron Roberts was here vjsiting his wife and son over the weekend. Arnold Grant has returned home after spending several montris in the hospital at Santa Rosa. . Deryl HoUoway ,& Co. are playing at the dance in Elk Saturday. Bob Sjolund of Elk has e new blue Studebaker. Alice Devens and daughter spent a few days .with her mother,, Mrs. Flora Hendriclcson. i ' , The P. & I. Laundry has been so successful since opening that they plan on enlarging. Mrs. May Peterson has recovered from a cold which had settled in her eye. , ; Mrs. J. F. McCarthy of GuMaIn returned fi-om having treatments for an infected eye. Mr. and Mrs. David King of Petaluma were fishing the Mendocino county streams Tuesday, and visited her sister, Mrs. Henry Beebe and family. ''• Mr. and Mrs. Dick Branco arc moving to Merced. ,; Mr. and Mrs; J. Munton of Anchor Bayj acpmpanied Mr:-; and Mrs. Chbster Christensen to the Odd Fellows installation in Fort Bragg Saturday night. The grandson, of Mrs. Eunice Williams Was badly injured'when hit by a car.laist Sunday. He was taicen to the hospital in Fort Brags by .Jack McKerlie. Weekend house guests of Mr. and'Mrs; H. E. Eklund were Mr?. Eklund's son, Ted Fagan of Boonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Palace Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lancaster and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nelson all of Richmond. With them was Roberta Lancaster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Palace Lancaster, Over the weekend there were no hotel accomipodations to be !j:id due to the salmori fishermen. iVany nice fish were caught. VISITS RELATIVES Mr. arid Mrs. Hany Roberts left Wjfdnesday, for Redding to visit Roberts' mother, Mrs.. W. A. Palmer at her home in Olinda, near Redding in Shasta county, Patient At State Hospital Suicides Olive Williams of Bedding, a 39-year-old patient at the Mendo-^ cino State Hospital, committed suicide in her room Tuesday afternoon by hanging herself from the window guard with a pair of stockings. The body -was discovei'ed at 7:30 by the attendant on the ward. According to the records this was the eighth attempt by the patient to destroy herself in the past five years and she was closely guarded ahd kept in restraint with her room visited every 30 minutes by the attendant; Deputy Coroner Reno Bartolomie conducted the investigation. PIERCY, Jan. 20—A, big event in the community life of Piercy is the benefit whist. party to be given January 23 at the Piercy school house. This party, is for raising funds to build a cornpiunity church, arid all who are interested may send in their donations, whether, large or small, for tWs opportunity to help a community long in need of a church for its expanding population.- On Saturday morning at thn Willits hospital a daughter was born to the Ed \Vayraire family of Piercy. The Waymires have three children besides the new arrival, all of school age, so this was quite an event Though the old flu bug seems to have' hit Piercy, it has not yet downed' anyone too much, and is practically licked now. Marguerite Ross Davy spent the isast week in Willits with her daughter, awaiting the arrival of Susan Marguerite. ' The Sam McCush home on the hill top, that has' been going up now for nine months, is all but completed and ready for occupancy. But the other day, while th* plumber was at work under the house, one of Sam's buck sheep took a notion to examine the new edifice, and walked in through the open kitchen door. The plumber heard the rioise and hollered, whereat, the star^tled sheep went out—through the window. Shattering glass was the result, but the sheep was vmharmed. Del Munson Fractures Elbow at Basketball Del Munson is in the Ukiah General Hospital with a shattered bone in his right arm as the result of an accident Wednesday night at the high school gymnasium diu-- ing a basketball game between the K.&M. team and the Ukiah Tire Shop. It is reported that Munson stepped on the ball and was thrown, landing on his arm. The Munson men's furnishing store on North State street will remain open and in charge of Tom Zink ujitil Munson is able to return. Turkey Dinner In Honor of Birthdays Mi- .and Mrs. Allen. C. Ryan were hosts at dinner last Saturday, January 17, in honor rf four January birthdays in the house. Gv^ests enjoying the hospitality ot Mr. and Mrs. Ryan were Mr. and Mrs. John' Y." Richards, their houseguests from Chicago* and Lake Zurich, Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson of Fort Bragg, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Higgins. IT PAYS TO TRADE IN UKIAH Senior Scouts Meet 'Tonight In Elks Hall The Senior Scout Outfit No. 44 will meet this Thursday night at 7:30 in Elks hall. Guide Wallace Mitchell has announced that the meeting will be spent in setting up a definite program of social, indoor and outdoor events for the next several months. Ten youths of 15 years and over are now attending the meetings of this lively new group. MRS. J, E. PEMBERTON WRITES A letter from Mrs. J. E. Pemberton expresses her thanks to her friends for the many kind notes of cheer. She is still in the hospital in San Luis Obispo, near her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Knott.' Mrs. Pemberton is still too weak to write, but she likes, to know how her friends are. Yreka is the site of a» famous gold discovery in 1851, then known as Black Gulch Camp. QUICK SIELIEF FROM Symptoms of Dis-tress Arising from STOIViACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACID FreeEtookTellsofHomeTreatmentthat Must iielp or it Will Cost You Nothing OVL'f tlirco miilfnn bottles of tije WILLARD TuKATMk -.NT li-avu bccn sold fur rellel of symptomsofciistressarising from Stomach and Duod«nal Ulcer* due to Excess Acid — Poor Dtsestion. Sour or Uptet Stomach, G=fislne«s, Heartburn..SlecplessnEES, etc., duo tn Excess Acid. -Sold on 15 days' trial I A-k ror "Wlllard's MHsage" which fully L<jE|>lal ))5 tnis trt-atrj ".'It—free— at MEDICO DRUG COMPANY MORRIS DRUG CO, JANUARY 12, 1948 Civil •Eisle 1." Pair well, etc., vs. Forrest /oseph Jordan. Tried : and placed on calendar. March 5 for submission. Wlllard Brown- vs. Hattie Flitch. Trial, date of.January 28 vacated and placed on calendar of January 16, to be reset. Peter 'Soroia vs. Henry Oja et ux. Trial date of February 5 vacated.'Placed on calendar of Janji- ary 16 to be reset. .John F. Dalton, etc., vs. Ferguson Gardner, et al, tried and submitted. / . JANUARY 15 Natuializalion Paolo Geatono Micallef admitted to citizenship; name changed to Paul Micallef. . ^ Ana Marie Baez and Elsie Short Mills admitted to citizenship. JANUARY 16 Probate Estate Adolf Mikonen, deceased. Decree of due notice to creditors. Estate Waltfer R. Smith, deceased. W.S;-Van Dyke appointed ap-^ praiser. ••, Estate Joseph Marshall, decease ed. Accounting continued to April 2. . • Guardianship Kate Belenovich etali minors.'Discharge of guardian coritinued to June 25. Estate Eleanor H. Baechtel, ds- ceased. FifSt account allowed and approved. : Estate Leonard A. Colberg, deceased. ..Accoimting dropped from calendar. ' ; Estate Anna L. O'Kelly, deceased. Same order. • Estate Bernard J. Zill, deceased. Same order. Estate Franklin Forrest Adams, deceased.. Same order, Est 'ate Grace Elizabeth Gray, deceased. Same .order. . Estat§ Matt Thompson,, deceased. Proceedings terminated, administrator discharged. Estate Florence May Hunter, deceased. Final account and petition for distribution continued to January 30. Estate Eugene Fi'ed Garzini, do- ceased. Final account allowed; ad- ministi-ator and attorney fees fixed at $291.72 each; distribution ordered as prayed for. Estate Abraham Koski, deceased.. Decree of no inheritance tax due, Entire estate set aside to widow. Estate Lena 'Fritz, deceased. Pe- titibn for probate of will continued to February 6. Estate R. C. DeVoto, deceased. Ralph DeVoto appointed administrator; bond fixed at $10,000. Estate Albert Nolelr, deceased. Petition fo-/ probate of will continued to February 6. Estate W. B. Jones, deceased. D. C. Smith appointed administratr or without extra bond; C. M. Mannon appointed sole appraiser. Application of Winnie Starke to compromise disputed claim. Applicant authorized to ^ compromise claim for $1000. No bond required. , V . Civil- C. E. Larson vs. Palph Larson, et ux. Motion for new trial denied. * Matter of Civil Active List.. Gon- tiued to March ;5. Anna J. Tregonning vs. D. C. Smith, Pitc. Default of County of Mendocino entered'. Peter Serbia vs. Henry ,Oja et ux. Set for trial April 1; notice and jury waived. , 'George Human et al vs.: Northern Wood Products Co.,' a corp. Set fortrial April 6. ' Glenn F. Strawn vs. Eliabeth H. Strawn. Dropped at request of counsel., . • . : Venetta V. Winkle vs. Charles H. Winkle. Order to show cause dropped. Walter F. Fox vs. Sylvia 'Fox. Plaintiff,granted interlocutoi:y decree of divorce on ground of willful desertion. Edgar L. Stetson vs. Mary R. S.tetson. Same and. property settlement confirmed. Robert B. Smalley vs. Mamie Leae Hicketheir et al. Plainti/I granted decree quieting title. Wlllard Brown vs. Hattie Flitch, alias. Set for trial April '7; notice and jury waived. R. B. Guerin vs. Harry E. Phoenix et al. Demurrer continued to February 13, by consent. Charles Presley vs. Ukiah Pine Lmber Co. Demurrer argued and submitted. • ' ^ Anna Jefferson Tregoning vs. D. C, Smith, etc. Demurrer overruled. Defendant declined ,to answer; default of defendants eii- tered. ~ Carley Fprn Strawbridge vs. George E. Strawbridge. Set for trial January 23, - c E. G. Lynch et uX'vs. Charles Rovera. Further proceeding on order to show cause and tero ;3or- ary restraining order continued to February 6. Respective restraining orders to remain in full fot-ce and effect. Sam C. Hanna vs. Pacific Gas & Electric Co. et al. Demurrer of P.G.&E. Co. dropped. Demurrer of Lions Dime Marcl Dance at Talmage Ukiah Lions Club'is sponsoring the March of Dimes dance again this year, for the taeneililt of the infantile paralysis fund, at Mendocino State Hospital, Saturday, .Tnnuary 31, with Greeott's orchestra furnishing fhe music. Les Larson ;is chairman of the dance committee and has the following Lions assisting him: Don Nassie, Pete Prey, Vic Jones, A. Parducci, Forrest Hughes, Bob Frohn, George' Butt and Gene Detrick. Members of the Uldah., 20-30 Club will .s^rve refreshments as their contribution, The Lions ask the. support of all in making this affair a success and a worthwhile contribution to the local and national drive. ' , With^rellv Return • From Christmas Tri Mr. and Mrs. W. L; Witherell and -their son Alvin have just .returned from a;;wonderful-*motor trip to Everett, Washington, whene they visited Mrs. Withersll's math^w er, Mrs. • AUida .McNall and'' her brother, R.C.Whlted; This was a motpr;trip that Witherell gave his parents ' for their Christmas present. They went up and back .without encountering any of the storms during their travel. It w^as a leisurely trip that included seeing all of the 'sights' "and waypoints on their path. '' < ' Greeott's Orchestra will play Saturday night at the benelit dance in Redwood Valley Grange hall for the school orchestra. E. M. Rea continued to January 23. Lawrence Ware vs. Charles Van Vlake et al. Demurrer argued, and submitted. . . Criminal' People vs. Billy Gene Nelson. Trial date of February 18 vacated. People vs. Bruno Bottani. Continued to January 23 for plea. People, vs. Raymond Henry Harper. Defendant granted conditional probation; term two years. People vs. Ed Paugh. Defendant granted conditional probation; term two years. . People vs. George Q., Barker. Defendant arraigned; continued to January 23 for entry of plea. . , -. , Fourth Street Clinic B. D. Brahterd, U.O. Telephone 379 RECTAL DISORDERS -RUPTU EXTERNAL CANCER 864 Fourth Street, Santa Rosa |^ We've 2V4MILLION since V-J Day 1. We had to break records... and we did. Today we're serving over one-fourth more telephones than at the war's end—a net gain of three-quarters of a million. And, since every day many customers move, we actually had to install more than two and a quarter million telephones to make this gain. 2. Complex splices like this — thousands of them—went into the two million tnilea of wire we've put in. And that's only part of the story — more than 200 new buildings or additions... complex new switching equipment in almost all our buildings ... these and other facilities are being added in tho face of sharply rising'costs and tough supply problems. ' 4. Where does the money come from... millions of new working.doUarB needed to ex- tend^jBa^d^jIspirpve service? Mil- lioh9i;Pitist'&me, not from telephone bil}s, but from.thousands of p<fi<m^\wlio put their savings to the telephone business. To attract these working dollars, we must pay a reasonable amount for their use. This requires the sale ot onr suirvicss at fair and adequate prices. 3. We're still workiag against time. Orders continue to flood in. To fill service needs we're adding facilities at the rate ot moi -e than half a million dollars a day—every day. A Jiuge investment, yes. But telephones have been going in as never before In the West. And as the system grows, your telephone service becomes more Valuable still. The Pacific Telephone ^) and Teiegrapli Company More than 65,000 peoplo worklne together io turnish ever-better telephone ser«li» to the West

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