Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on February 6, 1948 · Page 1
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GROVANNUAL G SCHOOL Boonville to Hold ^ 2nd Demons+rafion February 21 Sheep shearers, beginners and professionals, range and farm flock owners, and all interested in better, methods of shearing and handling wool will get together at the Mendocino County Fair- grouhds, Boonville, SaUirday, February 21, for the second annual sheipi shearing school, says Maurice ' W. Tindall, Boonville, president of the Mendocino County W6ol Growers Association. This organization is cooperating with the California Wool Growers Association in arranging and sponsoring this project. The object is to teach begin- ne_rs to improve the technique of qualified shearers, apd demonstrate the proper handling of the fleece. Shearing corrals and the grinding of combs and cutters will be talieri up. Last year's school created a lot of Inteirest and proved valuable to sheep owners, shearers, Future Farmer and 4-H Club members, alike, according to Mr. Tindall. Assisting with the arrangements for the shearing schools are John P. Ornbaun of Ellt, vice president of the local association, and R. D. Foote, secretary and farm advisor for'Mendocino county. E. A. Warner, livestoclc specialist, Sunbeam Corporation, will teach the Australian method of shearing, which is widely accepted and used in this country. It differs from the Texas style of tying the feet of the shfeep in that there is no tying, and the entire fleece is taken off in one piece, which is very desirable and adds to its value. I Mr. Warner is truly an expert. He teaches shearing over the entire United States and conducts the annual contest at the International Exposiion in Chicago each December. Other highlights will be discussions -on production and handling of wool, including tying of fleeces, by tor. J. F. Wilson and Prof. R. F. Miller, both of tlie College of AgrioulJUre at Davis. J. D. Wilson Mil represent the Qalifornia Wool Growers Association. Ran^e and farm flock owners, Futur^ Farmer and 4-H Club members, and shearers, amateur and ptofessibnnl, will be in ntfend- ance .from several counties in this getjietal ^rea. It will be an opportunity to "get in" and learn by actij^aly shearing under expert supervision. Men'docino Counfy's Pioneer Newspaper DISPATCH-JDEMOCRAT OFFICE: 164 East Standley SV Published for 78 Years Weekly Di^«tf of Mettdocino Counfy NeWs City, Rural and "County News Prom; Every Section of Mendocino County DISPATCH-rDEMOGRAT: Phone Ukiali Number O—N—B Knocmt 'if VOLUME LXXrX Announces Candidacy • URIAH, AfENDOC^O COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1948 NUMBER 18 Paul W. Poulos of Ukiah and Potter Vallej^, has ttnnounced his candidacy for supervisor from the Second district, saying he believes it good policy to lei his candidacy be definitely known, well in advance. SECOND DISTRICT CONTEST IS OPEN Boonville Man Dies; Fire Burns Cabin William E. Whitmore, occupant of a cabin on the Fred Rawles ranch, four miles north of Boonville, burped to death in the fice which destroyed the building Sunday. The fire was discovered at about 2 o'clock Sunday morning by a Mr. Green, who roused the nearby neighbors and went to the cabin. Deputy Coroner Reno Bartolomie went to Boonville Sunday to make the investigation and reached the conclusion that Wliitmore had built a fire in his heater and slept while the stove became overheated and set fire to a shelf full of books. Apparently Whitmore had awakened and tried to smother the fire and was overcome by smoke, and heat. The cabin and Whitmore's car were destroyed. Whitmore's remains were taken by the Ukiah Funeral Chapel to Santa Ro.sa Monday for cremation and memorial sei'vices will be held at Boonville Saturday from the Methodist church. C.C. Dinner February 28 Postponed Meeting Reset With Enlarged Program . The twentieth, annual dinner of' the Ukiah Chamber of Commerce- will be on Saturday evening, Feb-' ruary'28, according to Paul Sutterley, secretary, ,wh6 has assurance from Commander Scott, of "The Romance of the Highways" fame, that he has arranged to be in Ukiah as gi^est speaker. •The dinner, originally set for .January 24, was postponed at the time the typhoid epidemic was prevalent. Tickets sold before the postponement ,are still good and the grammar school auditorium will be the pl^ce. Others may obtain tickets by contacting the chamber of coinmerce headquarters. The chamber of commerce is now in the mid?t of Ukiah United Week—roundup time for new member's—t(ut promise that the dinner will.be bigger and betteir than had been planned for the January date. Leo Cook Associated With Attorney kasch Attorney Charles Kasch announces that tea M. Cook is now associated with him in the practice' of law in Ukiah; ' • ; Mr. Cook Is a graduate of Stanford University- and of-the Harvard School of Law. During the last war hp served with the U-S. Navy, fmd sinde' his discharge from' service has ,.b'een practicing law at San .ti'rahoisco and teaching Lodill Situation Wlliell Culls For Relief Annette Bosworth Buys Morty's St has purchased, a, home dn Mill street, where the family is getting located. "I have concluded that so long as I .>m going to be a candidate for supervisor from this district might as well make my announcement early, rather than wait until filing time. That will give the people plenty of time to find out where Poulos stands on any matter in which they aro, interested." That is the way" Councilman Paul Poulos announced himself a candidate for the Second District supervisorial post, a position that is attracting the attention of' a 'number of aspirants, most of wiiom are expected to file for the nomination. All are \yellknown and prominent men. Friends interested in Mr. Poulos' cause have advised him to make his announcement at this time, and the result may be that the field will be narrowed considerably before the date for filing petitions, "I am for economy in government, but not to the extent of saving money that should be spent to prcivjde the right kind of county government," Poulos remarked. "J believe we can save money by spending it right and then standing guard to see that the man who ^ gets the dough gives the county ] ,j,p^(-;TQjj_')-;al 50 vv/ LeTour- value in full. 1 ^^^^ blade,. This is that which is left of thb once tpick aiid tpan high school bend ' as they ^ot into tne Journal's caniera eye lest week as they opened their'drive for funds for new'uniforms, in whicii. they are being sponnorcd by the Rotary, LiciJB ,iTA «^ehly-"rhw Cllibs, i .nd the cham )3er of coinnierce;|High school students are putting in ; spare lime .selling tickets.,io tM Yulentine dance, February 14, the Returns to go into the unUprinJiund. • . V ' MILLMEN FACE HEAVY LO! President Harry Falk of t^j Ukiah Chamber of Cotnmc'^ xeportk protests from mill ere in this section over il^ Thursday rctpiest of the P.G.8t& that mills stop daytime .op^^ erations during the piresehjl' power s'hbirtage, due to. the.'coh| tinucd drouth. Mitlmen elai'^ that they .facia lowes, of ^houl sands of dpUus tiltTough' sucijf. an order and the expenia 're| conV.ertihg plaiits: not, equipped; for night .wbrk^Siutsss: that "ly;] at tlxe,«.stings.J.^.,.SchflPl.^^, s|?.^-?^|^5 «^|^|t6tar^^1^^ ning: into millions of dollars in time. 156 Drivers Lost ; Licenses in 1947 SACRAMENTO, Jan. 31 — (WNS)—^Review ot revocations and suspensions of •operator and chaiiijeur's' licenses .. during 1947 ipyealed. a total of 156 in Mendocino" _ county,' Edgar' E. Lampton, state director.' of motor vehicles, announced./;,/ /i_: • ' Of the, totaT i38^evef_^'spended and 18 were revoked, and of the result; Of drunken driving, there being 127 of these in the county. Possesisipn of Deer. Cost-Hunters $1600 Robert Ulitalo and Charles Boyce of Fort Bragg were each j „ , . fined $800 for possession of deer, agency and then branched meat out of' season when brouglit 1 '"to the'real estate business m before Justice Foord of Willits. Ulitalo was arrested by Game Wardens Floyd Loots and Garrie Heryford, out on the Fort Bragg road while he had over h^lf a deer in his car. Boyce was later arrested by Santa Rosa police,'on- advices from the wardens.He had a portion of deer meat, in sadlile • bags oh his motorcycle. ... Ulitalo WaSih court on Tuesday and Boyce had his hearing the following day. ^ • . •T;he»iTalmagerHQ»Ja^ on the east side of'Ukiah valley has been added to the primary road system. J. N. Mortenson has sold his magazine arid stationery store to Mrs. Annette Bosworth, and on February 16 the plac0 that has been known all up &hd: down the Redwood •highway for the pai^t 21 years as Morty's, will pajBS to the •—-—^ new owner. [-w- Almost as wellknoWnasJthe great highway itself, tqjirists from all cornere of the Americas, arid even from overseas, have selected tokens from th^ -widely • varied assortment of g'iffe, souvenirs and mementos, /always in plentiful supply at Morty's.' The location at State and Smith streets has been a bcdk and magazine store since the nv'ddle 80's. C. H. Kent,, a pioneer merchant of Lfkiah, operated a store there for 35 years. That was .back in the days when iron bars, like those set in the high windows on the Snuith street side of the building, enclosed the front' pf the building on. State street.' Kent's was 'Ukiah's "corner store" of those early days, and around the wide hearth,, of., the open flreplace gathered the town's great and near-great while matters of state were debated. ' Men who have since become famous, bought their school books from Mr. Kent —Admiral Hal Stijndley, Attorney John SjcNab, and 'others, who .have brought a lasting aurbra to, the tovim.where they were born. ' ' Successful' Ibuslriessmen. .;and ranchers made Kent's, flreplace their rendezvouq and. contintieti to assemble .long after 'Mpfty. ".be- carhe'' the-dwher.; 'The; flfeijlacfe has long been'closed,'but a por- Mf. B. Hagans Died Thirsday Morning W.. B, Hagans of the Hagans Realty Company, died at his home on North State street Thursday morning of a heart attack. Mr. Hagans was the son of the late William A- Hagans, who came to Ukiak in ihe late eo 's and engaged in farming, arid later in the hotel business, operating the Ukiah House. • In his early manhood, Mr Hagans was empldyed as a clerak by soriie of the city's earliest merchants. He was Ukiah postmaster and afterwards est;iblished an in- which he had been signally successful. The. body is at the Eversole Mortuary and the funeral will be held. Saturday at 2 o'clock. Dr. Richard Vfm dey Las officiating. LOUIS:.:^ABDiHI SEHViCES Services; for Lfluis Pardini of Sigpal Ridge' were held at Fort Bragg on. Tuesday of last; week; with the Eversole Mortuary ot Ukiah in charge. Bom in Italy, ;|aj !V;i ;R^4^*^^ ihad; b?en; in;,M^ tiino county..for.the past'39 years; In despair..oyer .HI health, he died by hiis own hand Jan. 25. —tContinued oh Page .3)— CLASSIFIED ADS... NEW THIS ISSUE (flddiljpnilCla^^^^^ AUTO PARTS and .MOTORS For Chrysler - Plymouth - Dodge •and DeSoto UKIAH MOTOR SALES Fred Orr 61tfc-fp BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME Painting, Decorating, Paperhangin Spray Painting. We Specialize in Sheet Rock Work. Le Fleve & Son 206 Mason. Ph. 1166-M. 12tfc-fp Taxi Owner Suing For October Crash H. B. Miller, former operator of the Call Cab Compa.ny, has brought suit against Lloyd and Wanetta Books for damage to one of Miller's cabs caused in a collision between the cab and the car driven by Books on October 7, at the intersection of Cunningham street and the Talmage road, The taxi, in charge of R. F. Boone, was enroute to Talmage vvhen Books entered the intersection without duo caution, according to the complaint. Damage to the taxi was $191.81 and it was out of commission for 12 days, for which Miller asks $240. LOUIS PICKLE INJURED The city ambulance went to the Kirby Ford ranch Thursday morning to bring Lauis Pickle to the Generul hospital for attention to injuries received when he was thrown from a bulldozer. Pickle fell across the blade and received painful cuts and bruises across his back, according to Jim Bancroft, who was in charge of the ambu- lanfje. Mrs. Minnie A. Fosgett has gone to Oakland for a 2 -weGk visit with Mrs. Neva Wisegur 'Der. "I believe in safeguarding the public health,' and in having the necessary facilities for doing so. I am for a county health department, properly supervised, as a necessary function of county government." Mr. Poulos is completing his eighth year as city councilman, has served one term as mayor, and is one of Ultiah's most successful businessmen. He own.s a ranch home in Potter valley, the State Apartments in Ukiah, which he built several years ago; the former Marks building at State and Perkins streets, and with his brother Tom owns the Maple Cafe and Restaurant. ' From all points of consideration, he is an ideal candidate for supervisor. TRACTOR A- Cat 30. One with blade, one without. BUUJIOZER — With pump, for Cat 30. BELSAW SAWMILL — New w/ blower and shingle attachment. TRUCK—IVi-ton International w/ flatbed. DISC HARROWS, plows, buck rakes, saws, cultivators, freezers and many other machines available in our Used Equipment Department. IF IT'S EQUIPMENT you need, see us before you buy. Cowan Equipment Co. 949 No. State St. 86klc IT'S HERE THE FARM IMP EASY to buy, to run, to use .iM ^hy practical uses for the la^ge' or small farm. . SEE rr TODA^V. GOLDEN WEST , Motor & Supply Co. 728 So. State. Phone 520. -85tfc-fp OLD PAPERS — 10c per bundle, at Redwood Journal. 85tfx FOR SALE —Small house, large lot, located in the pines 3 miles from Ukiah. Plenty water, good road. Small down payment, balance as rent. Possession at once. Call Owner, 964-R. 86t3p 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 FOR SALE — Oil stoves ahd oil water heater, slightly used, good condition.- Odell Ranch, Ukiah. 76Thttc SandeJin Is Member Of Aahmes Temple Divan F. W. Walter Sandeiin, Sr., has been announced as a member of the 1948 Divan of Aahmes Temple of the Shrine by the new potentate, Robert F. McDonald. His position is that of assistant ceremonial master, helping in organization of ceremonials for Shrine events Potentate McDonald has also announced his intention of making an official visit soon to the various Shrine clubs of the Redwood Empire, and his out-of-town chairman. Past Potentate Herman L. Engelhardt, states that prospects are good for an Aahmes Ceremonial in one of the Redwood Empire cities, probably Eureka. PHOTO SUPPLIES Watch, Clock and Camera Repairing No work sent out of town. Perry's Photo Supplies 160 E. Standley. Phone 174-J Next to Journal. 85t2c-fp FOR BENT -^New Eureka vacuum cleaner with all attachments, and Johnson electric floor polisher. Home Market, 113. South State, phbne 25. 70eoT Bechtol's Paint Store Buy Your Paint From !i Painter WALLPAPER — PAINTS 109 So. State. Phone 293. 54tfc-T I HAVE the agency for Real Silk products. If interested contact me by phone or in person. Mildred Garzini, 164 Gibson St., or phone 394-M. 86t3c Northern Calif. Movers & Builders BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION Moving, Raising Foundations Telephone 484, Ukiah, Calif. 70tfc-fp HAfRCUTS ~ FOR tbeenthre family, at Earl's Shop, W. Church. Two barbers. 71tfc-fp DAN COHEN'S Plumbing & Electrical Supplies 119 So. Main Phone 933-W Plumbing Supplies Plumbing Fixtures Water Heaters Plumber Available setic TANKS We build, ptock or supply underground and above,ground storage tanks or truck tank i of any des^lptlon. Call us for prices on welding of any kind. Chase's Garage S15 So. State Phone 757 LIONS DANCE WENT OVER BIG More than 300 persons attended the Lions Club dance at Talmage Saturday night, given for the benefit of the Infantile Paralysis Fund, and the club now has more than' $1500 in its poke as a result of the drive and dance, making this one of the most successful of the Lions annual efforts in behalf of the polio campaign. TROUBLED WITH Lame Back, Stiff Neck or Muscles, Arthritis Nervous Disorder? TRY. Scientific Massage T. CASSELtiA Masseur Calpella, Calif. ^B6tfc WANT TO BUY — Large house trailer, well equipped. Box 24, Covelo. 86t3p FOR SALE— 1 gas heater for front room. Call 1159-W or 678A No. State St. • 86t3c FOR SALE— We have four more refrigerators in» A-1 condition. All completely overhauled. ABC Refrigeration Sales & Service, 719 and 72t. So. State St. 86t3c FOR SALE — 1939 Studebaker Comm. 4-door sedan; 1938 Chevrolet 2-door sedan; 1931 model A pickup; 2-whoel trailer. 745 No. State St., Ukiah. 86t3p ROOM FOR RENT— Reasonable. 734 No. Stale. 86t3c FOR SALE—Near Ukiah, approximately 10 acres; 6 icres in vineyard. Five-room home and other buildings, many fine shade trees, flowers and shrubbery, beautiful view. Excellent retirement ranch. Only $14,000. STROUT REALTY Ukiah, Calif. 86tlc PERSONAL CARE of children, board ahd room. Licensed. Tel. 381-W, 159 Evans. 86t3p CHROMITE . Metal Tile For Kitchen, bathroom 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 FREISZER—Used, 15-cu.-ft., with almost new compressor unit. $225.. TRACTOR—Used, 10-20 McCormick-Deering, on steel wheels, in very good conditon. TRACTOR — Used, TA-40 with Gar Wood blade and hydraulic purhp. Approx. 44 -h.p. on draw­ bar. DISC HARROW—Used, 6-ft. cover crop. $150. . MArsTY- OTHER good buys. See to appreciate. Cowan Equipment Co. 949 No. State St. 86tlc L. P. Gas & Appliance Co. Mason & Standley Phone 1000 O'Keefe & Merritt Own Your Own Tank Gas Is Cheaper Rcnges Hot Water Heaters Restaurant Griddles and Ranges Roper .ICitchen Ranges Heaters and Floor Furnaces SERVICE IS OUR MOTTO Try Usi t5tfc-fp Ukiah'Van & Storage Co Local and Statewide MOVING Phone 440-J, Ukiah 4/14mcfp SAM DAVINA (Lie. Contractor) Electrical Supplies RANGES • AIR HEATERS Free Estimates 119 So. Main Phone 933-W 86tlc Commercial Industrial Residential 'and Concrete Construction For Free Estimates Call r .Feibusch Construction Company Phone 1126-M, or write P.O. Box 32, Ukiah. 77tfe-fp SHOP AT HOME j\ND 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 70eoTc STRAYED TO MY PASTURE— White-faced cow. C. W. Johnson. Hopland. Calif. 84t3Thc FOR SALE — Redwood and Fir timber. 120 acres, approx. 5 million feet Redwood and Fir virgin timber. 320 acres approx. 16 million feet Redwood and Fir, virgin timber. 100 acres on Eel river, 2\i million feet. Redwood *and Fir, virsin timber. W. L. Calder, Empire Camp, Laytonville. 86t3p FOR SALE—3 electric heaters, 2- picce cupboard, 2 burner gas plate, 2-burner electric plate, 1 kerosene heater. Calpella Lmbr. Co. Call 2 -Y -12. 86t3p CANARIES FOR SALE— Fancy, genuine rollers, bred for richness of color. Fine singers. Also beautiful females. Color selection: orange, copper, white, green, citron. 'Mrs. William J. Owen, 668 Calistoga Rd., Santa Rosa, phone 32-Y-6. 86t3p Berlin's Pharmacy ANNOUNCES the EX-CEL-SIS cosmetic gift this week, goes to Mrs. Dorothy Wong. We give S&ir green stamps. 86tlc BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY — N-rw i>av!s car dealership open in Ukiah and WiUiis. If iiiter- ested contact Leon Feider, 227 Pine St., phone 194, Fort Bvagg. 86t3p 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-i!p Automotive Work BODY and fender, paWting, glass, overhaul, .expert repairs of 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 Woik Our Specialty. All work guaranteed. Gen. Del., Talmage, phone 327-M 4tfc-fp Sam Davina (Licensed Electrical Contractor) Dan Cohen's PLUMBING AND ELECTRIC SUfPPLIES 119 So. Main St., Phone 933-W Plumber and Electrician Available HOUSE FOR SALE— New 5-room home. Venetian blinds, hardwood floors, electric stove and refrigerator, completely furnished, new furniture. Phone 468-J or se^ Roy Hurt, 147 Lace Ave. 85t3p-fp 1935 Chevrolet coach. 1936 Pontiac sedan. 1939 Olds business coupe. 1937 GMC truck. 1936 Plymouth sedan. 1934 Chevroletc oupe. 1935 St^de sedan. Vevoda Motor Sales School & Smith. Ph. 370-W 86tfc YELP FOR HELP!!:! THE , REDWOOD JOURNAL is movihg 'anpther family into town and badly need housing for them, couple and 5-yearrOld girl. 2 -bedroom linfurnishea house desired, but will appreciate hearing about anything, furnished or unfurnshed. Phone No. 1. See KELLY COX FOR THE Best of Used Cars WE stand behind all of our late model used cars. Ask the men who have dealt with us. Cox Bros. Used Cars 301 So. State 70tfc-fp FOB aALE — 1935 Chevrolet coupe. See at 352 Mill St., o.r phone 791-J. 85t2g;Jp FOR SALE —-^Approximately 2 acres with good highway frontage; 4 -room house and 2 rental units. Only $8500. STROUT REALTY Ukiah. Calif. 86tlo FOR SALE — Pure-bred unregistered Hereford bulls, priced reasonable. Odell Ranch, Ukiah. 76Thtfc AUCTION SALE —Livestock and poultry sale every Tuesday. Misc. and poultry second and fourth Friday at Ukiah Auction Yards. Phone 890-W for information and truck service. SOThtfc FOR SALE— ffest of State St., 5- room home of recent construction. Venetian blinds, large floor furnace and new 'Wedgewood ga.s range. Only $10,500. STROUT REALTY Ukiah, Calif. 86tlc FOR SALE— Late model pickup. Good condition. Can be seen at first street south of Hiway Lumber Co., opposite airport. 86tlp H. Ri ;,nkel, Roofing 25 YEAF3 serving Mendocino, Humbolli, Lake and Sonoma counties. All kinds of roofing expertly applied. Asbestos shingles. Asbestos siding. Asbestos build-up roofs and composition roofing. Ill W. PERKINS ST., UKIAH Phones: Office 102, or 531 ^86tfc-fp WANTED —Plowing and discing, small lots a specialty. Phone 246-R, Robert Morris, 243 E. Gobbi. 86t3p SLEEPING ROOMS— Clean, well heated, reasonable. 405 Henry, phone 904-J. 8Stfc-fp FOR SALE — Big valley 10-acre ranch Excellent soil, plenty of water,-3 wells, new 3-bedroom modern home, pressure system, double garage, barn, chicken and hen houses. Abundant sliade, 3 acres of alfalfa, family orchard, strawberries, Boisen- berries, Youngberries, Fenced and cross-fenced. Farm implements, with or without stock. Sacrifice at $10,000; will consider terms. Address P.O. Box 14, Finley. 86t3c FOR SALE— New country home on Redv/ood highway close to Ukiah, and 3 acres of level land, 3-car garage. Large barn with concrete floor. Some grapes and fruits. Electricity, pressure system. This place has real value and worth the money. $10,000, terms. Lorkin J. Younce Preston Bldg., cor. School and Perkins Sts. 86t6c FOR SALE — Shingle mill and power .plant, with Hansen machine. Nearly new. Excellent condition. Address P.O, Box 178, Fort Bragg, Ph, 708. 86t3c FOR SALE — Profitable vending niachine business. Phone 1155-W after 5 p .m. . 86tfc HOUSE OH APT. WANTED— By young couple, with small child, moving to Ukiah, Greyhound bus mechanic, best of references. Please write W. J. Estelita, Jr., 837 46th Ave., Snn Fi-ancisco 21, _ Calif. C6tlc FOR SALE — We'l-built garage- hou-se in Ukiah. Plumbing and electricitr,' in; lot 85x125 feet. Only $2i50. STROUT REALTY Ukiah, Calif. 86tlc SMALL APT, OR CABIN WANT^ ED—By business woman; preferably close to to'wn and reasonable. Please call Frankie Buck, Redwood Journal. 7etfx FOR SALE —^Electrolux refrigerator, kerosene, 8 cubic foot, good condition. Priced $175. Phone 20 -F .12. 86tSp HELP WANTED— Young lady to trim windows. Earn while you learn. : Full time permanent work. Apply at J. C. Penney - Co. 86t3c FOR RENT— Garage at 310 No. School St. 86t3p

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