Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on February 13, 1948 · Page 1
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Ukiah, California
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Friday, February 13, 1948
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N TOWM.B.HAGANS Death of Popular Real Estate Broker Saddened City Scores of Ukiahans, and friends from a distance, some of whom had known him for three score years, paid their last tribute to "William B. Hagans at funeral services held Saturday from the Eversole Mortuary and at the graveside in Ukiah Cemetery. The sudden death of Mr. Hagans . on the morning of February 5 took from this community a man who had spent practically his entire life in the town of his birth, who had been very closely identified with Its progress down, through the years, and whose life probably had bulked much larger in that progress than was appreciated by tbo man in the street. Bill Hagans counted his friends by scores. He was a friend good to own, because he correctly valued friendship. The highest tribute that could be paid to him is found in the expressions of sorrow over his death and the casual remarks Mencloeino Counfy's Ronecir Newspaper DISPATCH-DEMOCRAT OFFICE: 164 East Standley St, Published for 78 Years Weekly Digest of Mendocino County News City, Rural and County Nev,-s From Every ; Section of Mendocino County DISPATCH-DEMOCRAT: Phone Ukiah Number 0—N—B VOLUME LXXIX UKIAH, MENDOCINO C0T;NTY, CALIFORNIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1948 NUMBER 19 Dutton Begins Test' Of Co/s Ordinance Ccsme to Contereneb Edgar W. Dutton, Who formerly owned a portion of the land now occupied by the Ukiah Municipal Airport, and who owns a pear orchard adjacent the port, this week filed agamst the County of Mendocino and the City of Ukiah a petition for declaratory relief. — '• ou ?tSMSS ppAu/rnpnc CII MP ^ the airport pursuant to and Ufinif lullUu uU llU which accompany the words ofjunder provision of the Municipal: wiww wvr • l.M ana County Airport Law, which' sorrow, "He was my best friend." Mr. Hagans was born in Ukiah, | grants the city power to acqviire January 9, 1884, was schooled in : property for port uses, by pur- the city schools and at an early age entered into the business life of the community. After his term chase, condemnation, lease or otherwise. Dutton declares, however, that neither the city, nor any other as postmaster he was engaged in interested persons or corporation, a real estate and insurance part-; has ever acquired any right, title nership with the late'M. B. Gibson j or interest to the air space above for about 10 years, from 1923. The | the Dutton property adjacent the Hagans Realty Company followed j airport. the death of Mr. Gibson. The Hagans family was established in Ukiah in 1863, when W. A. Hagans, the father, came here and purchaised a half interest in the Ukiah Hotel, which he managed until 1868. After a 5-year lease of the Mountain House on the Ukiah-CIoverdale road, he returned to Ukiah and purchased his partner's interest in the Ukiah . Hotel. Mr. Hagans is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ada Hagans, and two children, Mrs. R. B. Toller of Stockton and William Hagans of Sari Francisco. Roy Hagans of Fort Bragg is his brother. T^inerlJ services were from the Eversole Mortuary with Dr. "Richard Van der Las, pastor of the Presbyteria,n church, officiatingi Interment was in Ukiah Cemetery. .'•The pallbearers were William Bromley, George P. Anderson, Lee Wilson, W. G. Cox, J. P. Smith and Sam Ray, Sr. Elbert Holland went to Nashmead on Monday of last week, where Mrs. Holland teaches school, intending to spend the week there, but returned Friday to attend the funeral of W. B. Hagans, Mrs. Holland accompanying him. Subsequent to the acquisition of the airport by the city an ordinance was adopted by the board of supervisors by which the height limits of structures within certain distances of the Ukiah airport were established, and this ordinance, the petition declares, purports to limit the height of structures on the greater portion of the Dutton land to 20 feet and on the remaining poi'tion to 30 feet. In the opinion of Mr. Dutton, if the ordinance is valid, it would prevent and prohibit him or any successor in interest from erecting any structure on the land within 500 feet of the exterior boundaries of the airport in excess- of 20 feet in heigth, and as tp the remaining portion, of land, not in excess of 30 feet. [ The Dutton property in question FOROWAGES Stanley Brothers Asked To Pay $3206 For Freak Crash William and Arthur Stanley, Garberville truck operators, are being asked, to pay a total of $3206.70 for damages resulting from an accident which Involved two runaway wheels of one of their trucks. Philip and Margaret Crawford are the complainants in an action filed last week through the law offices of Charles Kaseh ahd.Leo Cook. As set out in the complaint, on the morning of October 22, as Margaret Crawford was coming into Ukiah she was approached by one of the Stanley trucks about seven miles south of Ukiah, which was headed south. It was then that two wheels Of the truck came off arid rolled into the path of her car, one of thern hitting her Hudson sedan and damaging it $750. The sedan was "hospitalized" for 70 days, and as it wasujsed daily SERVICES F AT Hubert TS. Scudder of pol, candidate for the nomination for congressman from the First district, met with members of l!he |*Mendocino County Republiejan Central Committee Saturday night at the Palace Hotel for an infornial discussion of the political situation in this district and to Jget more thoroughly acquainted v ^ith members of the county commUtee. is a pear orchard lying betweeiq-*«^t*^=Mra.Cra^ the N-W.**. tracks and the public highway, with access road."! to her school at Redwood Valley she is asking $5 per day for the time boTh,' a"nd isbettersurted 'for"com-! ^'-f '^^'\_Z''L2'^''-^]^^^"^? H^.L -^Jl^ mercial than agricultural purposes and for the latter use is reasonably worth $6500. An offer of $17,000 has been made for purchase of the land for a sawmill site, which is declared —(Continued on Page 3)— asks only $2000 general damages and reimbursement for professional services and for domestic help, incurred-because of her injuries. The supervisors are publishing notice of intention to buy 10 acres of land adjacent the Round Valley Two Willits Youths Have Joined NavJK ' W' '• • • ' "Glenn Haselswerdt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Haselswerdt, arid Donald Bracken, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bracken, both of Willits, have heeded the slogan, Let's Go Navyj. ^.enlisting at the navy recruitiri^^pJpn- at the city hall in Ukiah. •"•••'s'fc. r Both have talftsn '-Sdvaht «SR^Pf the navy's high school gradBftte ti'aining program- Px posses^irig|-3, ht^ -school' diptoffl'^and- meeWifi; other ,1 -equirements they were able' to pick the trade school .of - their choise. Haselswerdt chose- aviation fundamentals; Bracken will attend the Yeoman's school. George Butt, director of the Northern California Beer Association, will go to Lodi Friday to attend the monthly meeting!^ of the director:. Two Mendocino Co. Men Conrie Home On Funeral Ship Two Mendocino county men were aboard the funferal ship, Cdrdlnal • O'Connell, that clocked at the Oakland army base Thursday morning at 8 o'clock, where a 'tS .Tminute public rriemorial service was held atH o!clock. The t>odies of the local boys aboard the ship are: Berlis I. PEUI, NOMM 1 /c, U. S.'Navy, sor. of Mr. and Mtji.- Bcitis Paul of Boonville. Sgt. Robert C. GreenlMf of Ihs air force, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Gieenleaf of the Low Gap road, Ukiah. Sgt. Greenleaf died overseps in April, 1945, after 37 months, service in New Guinea and Australia. He-was with the 22'd troop carrier squadron. , This is the second contingent of .American dead to be returned from the Pacific iand numbers 2812 bodies. They fought on Guadalcanal and China! Others died in Australia and Hawaii. They include seven WACS and nurses— the first women to be returned. The first funeral ship, the Honda Kiiot, ai;rived October 10, with 3026 bodies arid memorial services were held on the Marina Green. . , The body of Sgt. Robert Greenleaf will be buried in Goldeij iSale National Cemetery at San Bruno; PLANNING MEDUILDING Modern Structure Located Ort W. Cloy Street h—- —. .A OLYMBIC CLiffB JRS;- COMING :-'--"^r?iaiy'''^ ri^SHi'";in''-Itie •••"^^ school gym Ihe Olympic Club Juniors of San Francisco will meet the pick of the- local teenagers at basketball, beginning st 8:30. This geine will give basketball fans the opportunity to see a team of fast, clean youngsters " in diction with the best UJciah can pit against them. Something worthwhile. V ' ' f Dr. Nicholas Zbitnoff \A\\ begin as soon as possible the erection of a modern medical-dental building on land purchased recently from the late W. B. Hagans, north of the grammar school grounds. According to Dr. Zbitnoff, he will vacate his present office on West Perkins street about the middle of March, unless an extension of time IS given. In the event he does move at that time he will open temporary offices at his residence, 502 North Pine street, and conduct his practice from there until the new building is ready for occupancy. The land is part of the Rede- meyer estate which WES ,purchased some months ago by Mr. Hagans, the north half of which was sold to Dr. Zbithoff. The building plans are for a 1-story building, modern to the last detail and iespecially designed as a . medical-dental -building. It will front on West Clay str^t and the lot is bounded on the west by Pine street and on the north by Stephenson street. Nix Buys Partner's Interest In Business Richard • Nix, who established (the Ukiah Van & Storage here about two years ago and. jlater established .a partnership. • wjth Howard '^Jhodes," ;bas Vjjurchased Tmcdes' TntereSt :airdj -is-a|alh ~s6ie owner of the business. ". Ukiah Van has had a healthy growth and now, has warehouse space of 10,000; square feet and is operating: tv/o vans. They also have connections with the Aero Mayflower Transit Company, which provides facilities for cross- countrV shipments. The business under Mr; Nix is to continue along the same lines as in the past. Traffic Plans Gpmiog Citizens who are concerned over the proposed plans of the Breakfast Club for making a number of crosstown streets 1-way traffic lanes, should make a date with the city council for Wednesday evening, February 25. iSie-hour — — +is 8 o'clock. This will be a special taeet- ing of the coimcil for«the purpose of holding a'ljag on the plan, which vdll be-presented to Mayor Wildberger and the councilj and it is the desfre.'of the council, to have a good representation of residents present, who will speak right put in the meeting regarding what the2 2.1Se and do not like about the idea" Briefly the plan calls; lor 1-way' traffic over six streets ,*tAinning east and west, as foll6w ^;:.J,/ Starting at Stdte and Henry streets, traffic will go west on Henry to Pine. At Pine and Smith stteets traffic will go east on Smith ,tp,Main. On Standley street the^traific will be west from Main .to Pjne. On PerMns street,' east from Pine to Main. , ' Church street traffic ^,^iU flow west from Main street to Pine. Stephenson street will' _Sd^ east from Pine: to Main. Adoption of this plan'j^'Wfll call , for erection of anumbeVof-^irec- ' tive signs arid will be' crivei^etl' by ordin&nce 'in which" the general public, should be interested. ' H.S.Bahd Benefit The Ukiah high school band benefit ball, sponsored by Ihe service clubs of the city, will be held Saturday night in Grange hall. The money derived from the dance will go to' purchase new uniforms for the band, which will be the fiyst new outfits the members of that organization has had for many years. Saturday being Valentine day. the affair will be- especially gala. Backed, as it is, by all the service clubs, the interest is more than ordinary and special efforts are -being put into the prej/ara- tionsi ! Tickets are on sale among high school students and everyone should buy a ticket as a gesture toward supiporting this musical organization. Local Trapper Wins . Seattle Pelt Award L.-E. Qbodwin of Ukiah was a. wiriiier bi a .daily award for correct pejt* hahdiing in the Nineteenth ijiratiohal'Fur Show oori- duoted by -the ra^jfur marketing service ;pf Sears,: T (p6b'Uck Co. •Acarefuiryhanaied,pelt brought this • ti:apper" one of the $5 daily awards,: as a result of-'.its bqing judged priie of the three; best handled/skins among all pelts re- delved at Seprs' raw: fur-- market-, ing station in Seattle. This^pelt is now eligible to consideration for one of the inajor awards, including the $1000 .first award, to' be selected at the firial judgirig, which will'be held in April. Hawaiian Missionary, bjatjvesi Here,Ma^ Rev. and Mrs. Peter Funk. and family from Hilo, Hawaii, will be at tile Gospel Tabpirnacle at Smith and Barnes streets next .Monday evening at 7:45. They .will 'be accompanied by two Hawaiian ^na- t;ves and the entire eyeriirig will be given over to them for a prp- gram of singing and playing Hawaiian melodies. Rev, Funk will also speak during the evening. HOME & RENTAL PROPERTY —Close to business district; large lot, 87-ft. frontage by 180 ft. deep. Eight cabins, good rentals, electric heat and other utilities. Lots of room for more cabins. Priced $10,000; terms, $2000, balance at 5%. Larki/) J. Younce Preston Blflg., Ukiah. B8t4c WANTED —3-inch auger to bore holes to blast for fruij; trees and vines, with 8-inch pod that can be connected with IVi-inch pipe. Give price on postcard. Box 3609 Brooks Ave., Santa Rosa, Calif. 8»t3p FOR SALE — Quaker circulating oil heater, $40. At 505 Jones St. 88t3c FOB SALE —Baled oats and vetch hay that has not been rained on. L. M. Munson? corner East Valley and Heart' road, Willits. Phong 17 -F -4. 88tfc WANTED TO RENT— March 1, clean 3 or 4-room furnished house or apt., middle-aged couple, no pets, excellent care of house and yard. Write Box 37, Fulton, Calif. 88t3p YES, we have White Ace, Marine Cordovan Leather Dye, Esquire polish, suede dressing, all colors. Leather cream, all colors. Plaid laces, shine kits, etc. DAVIS SHOE STORE 88tlc FOR. SALE— 30 sheets of used corrugated roofing, very good condition. Five-foot lengths. Fifty cents per sheet. See W. B. Burger, Calpella. Enquire direction at corner grocery. 88tlc FOR SALE — Dry oak and fir wood, stove length. Ph. 478-M, Big Oaks Auto Court. 88t2c-fp THE NEW SADDLE OXFORDS for the SPRING PARADE. TEEN-AGE BUSTER BROWNS, white sole and body with Kelly green saddle, bright RED saddle and NAVY BLUE saddle. Sizes 4 to 9, widths AA to C. DAVIS SHOE STORE 88tlc CLASSIFIED ADS... NEW THIS ISSUE (Additional Classified On Page Two) FOR SALE— 3 bedroom sets, living room set, 1947 Philco 7-cu.- ft. refrigerator, new Quality gas range and miscellaneous furniture. All at bargain prices. Ukiah Van & Storage Co., phone 440-J. 88tfc FOR SALE— 1937 Chev truck,' m ton, $750; 1 set 25-ft. booms with P. & O. driven winch for truck mounting, $175; 5 6-yard dump bed, pract. new, $300. Will trade for logging dolley, single or double action. Phnne Cloverdale _ 1225. 88t2p WANT TO RENT- Two or 3-bedroom home in XJkiah. Can furnish excellent references. Phone _12-R-2. 88t3e FOR SALE — Complete living room, bedroom and dinette set. Apply Cypress Auto Court, cabin 8. 88t2p LOST— Wednesday, brown puppy with long hair, vicinity of Pine and Grove. Children's pet. Ph. 255-J. 88tlp KARKOTE UnderboHy Coating PREVENTS rust, rot, rattle. Adds extra years to the life of your car. UKIAH MOTOR SALES, Fred Orr. 88tfc-fp BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME Paintint, Decorating, Paperhangin Spray Painting. We Specialize in Sheet Rock Work. Le Fleve & Son 206 Mason. Ph. 1166-M. 12tfc-fp FOR SALE — Pure-bred unregistered Hereford bulls, priced reasonable. Odell Ranch, Ukiah. 76Thtfc TIRE SAVINGS Greater mileage now available or recaps and new tires. - BUD ROMER TIRE SHOP 533 So. State 78t5Thc AUCTION SALE —Livestock and poultry sale every Tuesday. Misc. and poultry second and fourth Friday at Ukiah'Auction Yards. Phone 690-W for information and truck service. 80Thtfc FOR SALE—Reg. English Springer spaniel puppies whelped Oct. 21. Stolts Resort, Potter Valley, phone 28-F-3. 88t4p FOB SALE — 1929 Chevrolet 4- door sedan, $125. G>,"'i motor, Ures. 119 No. Main St. 88t]p FOR SALE — 1947 Studebaker Champion Regal de Luxe 5- passenger coupe. All extras. Like new. Tom Ehrmcn, Hopland, phone 2561. 88t3c FOR SALE — Eureka vacuum cleaner. Good conditi 'in. $15. 528 No. School. 48tlc FOR SALE— 1936 Df)dge 4-door sedan, with radio, $450. 260 Thomas St. 88tlc REAL ESTATE 2200-ACRE STOCK. RANCH—809f open range, close to Highv/ay 101, abundance of water, this is really a good ranch. $4000, with $1500 down, interest at 4V6%. 40-ACRE FARM—Near Laytonville, all planted to grasses and hay, lots of buildings, tractor and tools. $12,000. NICE 2-BEDROOM HOME—Close to high school, corner lot, immediate possession; gas range, oil heater; modern and clean. $9000. WE HAVE homes from $2000 to $12,000. Come and look them over. Terms to suit purchasers. O. F. Elphick REAL ESTATE 155 E. Gobbi. 88tlc FOR RENT — Pleasant sleeping room, close in. Phone 1199-R. 88tlp BELSAW SA 'vmiLI ^New. Ideal for 2-man operation. $775. FORD TRACTOR EQUIPMENT— 2 saws, scraper and buck rake. Buy now and save. TRACTOR — International TA-40. Gar Wood pump and blade Condition very good. $3100. DISC HARROW — 6-ft. Used. $150. TRACTOR — Cat 50 w/ cable blade. Priced to sell. LAND LETOLING SCRAPER— Atla.''. Hydraulic. TRACTOR—Cat 30. FARMERS' FAMILY PARTY— 4-act vaudeville show and movie. Farmers apply now for invitations. Limited amount. No charge. FREEZEIRS—4 and 11 cu. ft. now available. Orders now being taken for International's new 8- cu.-ft. REFRIGERATOR. Available soon. Cowan Equipment Co. 949 No. State St., Ukiah. 88tlc FOR SALE— Alfalfa hay, in the bale, loose or milled. Phone Fred Sagehorn, 13-R-4, Ukiah. 88t3p FOR RENT —New Eureka vacuum cleaner with all attachments, and Johnson electric floor polisher. Home Market, 113 South State, phone 25. 70eoT IT'S HERE THE FARM IMP EASY to buy, to run, to use. Many practical uses for the large or small farm. SEE IT TODAYI GOLDEN WEST , Motor & Supply Co. 728 So. State. Phone 520. 85tfc-fp HAIRCUTS FOR the entire famUy, at Earl's . Shop, W. Church. Two barbers. 71tfc-fp PRESS CAMERA Burke and James 4x5 Kalart Rangeflnder, Viewflnder Rapax shutter, 1 sec. to 1/400 F4.7 Wolleiisak lens. Complete, only $195.50 Photo Headquarters Perry's Photo Supplies 160 East Standley. Phone n4 -J Ukiah (Next to Journal) R8tlc FOR SALE— New Hampshire Red breeding roosters. SWANFELD'S HATCHERY 125 E. Gobbi St. phone 614. 88t2p Bechtol's Paint Store Buy Your Paint From a Painter WALLPAPER — PAINTS 109 So. State. Phone 293. 54tfc-T J. H. MATCHETT Chiropodist and Foot Sp2cialist will be at DAVIS SHOE STORE Tuesday, February 17. 88tlc OAT HAY FOR SALE — J. B. Cook, 601 No. State. ' 88t6p EXPERIENCED FOUNTAIN HELP WANTED— Medico Dru^ Fountain. 88t3e FOR SALE — Dry oak and fir wood, stove length. Ph. 478-M, _?iSO£iJis_Auto Court. 88t2c-fp FLOORING FIR — Kiln dried, clear C and better, 4". Delivered $185. Calpella Hotel, phone 28-Y-3. 2-12tmp FOR SALE—115 acres. 8 acres pears, 12 acres prunes, 9 acres producing vineyard, 4 acres young vineyard, 30 apple trees, 15 peach trees, 20 walnut trees, 9 acres hay land, 70 acres in pasture. All equipped and some stock. Modern 6-room home, excellent barn and other buildings, ';losei to 'stores and schools. $37,00b\ STROUT REALTY Ukiah 88tlc REP-^IRING — Sewing machines, vacuums, toasters, etc. Work guaranteed. Fix-It Shop, 221-A E. Perkins, _88t3p SHINGLE MILL— Skid mounted, Sumner Gold Medal 18" with gas engine power, belts, countershafts and conveyor drive. 150- ft. conveyor chain, packing frame, extra saws, JD 15-27 tractor and 36-in. buzz saw bolt trimmer. Mill now operating. Could be moved and again producing in a few days. Price $3000. HOWARD STEINER Hales Grove, Rockport, Calif. 88t3p MERK RADIO SHOP the old reliable " Sales — Service — Satisfaction Opposite Theaty. Ukiah 49tfc-fp Northern Calif. Movers & Builders BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION Moving, Raising Foundations Telephone 484, Ukiah, Calif. • yotfc-fp EXTRA LARGE Shade Trees, Fruit Trees 2-year Berry Vines Prize Winning Gladioli:;, Bulbs Jumbo Tuberous Begonias hai^.e selection of Roses arid general nursery stock. BROOKSIDE NURSERY Ukiah 88tlc FOR SALE OR TRADE— 20 acres virgin land. 640-ft. frontage on '101 Hiway in Oregon. Contact T. Smith, Gen. Del., Willits. : . - 8St3p FOR SALE— 1937 Ford pickup, good condition. 722 Groye. 88t3p ROOM FOR RENT— 326 E. Perkins St. 88t3c SLEEPING ROOMS— Clean, weU heated, reasonable. 405 Henry, phone 904-J. 86tfc-fp Attention, Pioneers! HA-VE OPENING for people of pioneering experience and ability, preferably interested in forestry, on isolated and remote, but beautiful and comfortable wooded Mendocino County mountain place, where roads are bad, especially in winter, and no school available at present. SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY to have own poultry, garden and few head livestock, besides small salary now, and excellent chance in future to take in some paying guests and get ahead by own efforts. Must be able and willing take two or three permanent boarders, including owner, get firewood, take care small orchard, do maintenance and other work, and be really eager to live in wilderness and like it. WRITE giving full qualifications and all details about yourselves to Box No. 1015, Redwood Journal, Ukiah. 87t6c-fp LP. Gas & Appliance Co. Mason & Standley Phone 1000 O'Keefe & Merritt Ranges Own Your Own Tank Gas Is Cheaper Hot Water Heaters Restaurant Griddles and Ranges Roper Kitchen Ranges Heaters and Floor Furnaces SERVICE IS OUR MOTTO Try Us! I5tfc-fp Ukiah Van & Storage Co Local and Statewide MOVING Phone 440-J, Ukiah 4/14mcfp H. Runk«l, Roofing 25 YEARS servins Mendocino, Humboldt, 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 WARDS Have a stock of the best RECAPPED TIRES on perfect casings with grade "A" rubber 6.00x16 9.50 reg. tread 6.50x16 10.65 reg. tread WE CAN ALSO RECAP YOUR TIRES 6.00x16 7.00 reg. tread 6.50x16 8.15 reg. tread and we have a stock of good used passenger, truck and tractor tires. Come in and save! MONTGOMERY WARD School & Perkins. Ph. 622. 88tlc NEW SHIPMENT famous "DANNER" hand-made lineman's 16- inch boots. DAVIS SHOE STORE 88tlc MALE PUP FREE— 8 months old, ,half Cocker, half McN.^b, good health. Must be good home. W. Dorst, Box 115, Hopland. 88t3p ROOM FOR RENT— 386 No. Oak St. Gentleman preferred. 88t3p j FOR SALE— 980-acre Potter Valley ranch. 80 acres of hay land, over 20 acres of bottom land under ditch. Fenced and cross- fenced, into 5 pastures. Good 5- room home. Well pressure system. 3 barns and other outbuildings. $40,000. STROUT REALTY Ukiah 88tlc Au'l'omotive Work BODY and fender, painting, glass, overhaul, expert repairs of every kind. Prompt service. Tow car pn call. Vevodq Motor Sales Schpol & Smith Phone 370-W " 65tfcfp Empire Roofing Co. Prompt Service Free Estimates AU types roofing expertly applied. Repair Work Our Specialty. All work guaranteed. ~ Gen. Del., Talmage, phone 327-M . ; 4tfc -fp Commercial Industrial Residential and Concrete Construction For Free Estimates C^U n Feibusch Construction Company Phone 112e -M, or write P.O. Box 32, Ukiah. 77tfc-fp Roy Hurt's 30 -Minute ,Laundry COME IN and trj- fna new 30- minute laundry. Wash your clothes while doing your shopping. Soap, bleach and bluing furnished. 35 cents for 8 pounds of clothes. 347 No. Main, phone 959-W. 2-12mlc-fp PRE-EASTER showing children"s ^patent slippers. Sizes and widths 2^ to 6, 6V2 to 8, 8VS to 12. nAVIS SHOE STORE 88tlc USED VACUUMS— Any make or model, $15 to $35. All guaranteed. Fixe-It Shop, 221-A E. Perkins. 88t3p RUGS FOR SALE-^3 Axminster, 1 9x12, 2 matched 6x9 and 8x10, with pad. Very good condition. Phone 957-W. 88t3p FOR SALE — Approximately 50 acres. A-1 poultry setup on good road. Only 5 miles from town, school bus, comfortable 5 -TOom house, good large barn, excellent poultry houses and equipment for 4500 laying hens. 200 capacity brooder house. Other good outbuildings, over 3 acres orchard and vineyard. Approxi- ' mately 20 acres tillable, some good timber. Abundance of spring water. Electric light plant.. Fordson tractor and other equipment. Total price only $12,500. STROUT REALTY Ukiah 88tlc WILL TRADE— New .30-.30 Winchester rifle, model 64, lever action, 24-in. barrel, for 12- gauge pump gun. Must be good. Or wUl sell. H. L Elder, Rte. 1, Upper Lake, phone 2-Y-3. 83t3p Guaranteed Used Cars CHECK OUR PRICES '47 Hudson Commodore sedan. '46 Hudson Commodore sedan. '40 Hudson Deluxe sedan. '30 Stude Commander. P-B MOTORS 1045 So. State St., Ukiah. 88tfc-fp FOB SALE — Unfinished 4-room house on corner lot in Ukiah. Will consider trade for late model car in good condition. Phone 25. 88t3p Acme Top Shop Truck and Tractor Cushions Repaired and Recovered UPHOLSTERY ' Phone I l-F-2 L. B. Underhill 87tfc-fp 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 FOR SALE — Oil stoves and oil Water heater, slightly used,-good condition. Odell Ranch," Ukiah. 76Thtfc CHROMITE Metal Tile For Kitchen, bathroom and stall Showers. 14 Colors to Choose From F.H.A. Approved and Financed Call or write Ukiah Gloss Co. Exclusive Agents Mendocino and Lake Counties. Phone 1166-W Smith at Mason 7lTh-tfc STRAYED TO MY PASTURE— White-faced cow. C. W Johnson. Hopland, Calif. 84t3Thc FOB SALE— Case M.C.M. pickup baler, new. Phone Geyserville 56. 88t3c FOR SALE —'41 Dodge business coupe. Bargain. Call at MacNab Ranch, Rte, 1, Box 111 on 101 Hiway south of Ukiah. 88t3p FOB SALE— 3 Toggenberry milk -goats. Chicken brooder, 500 capacity, with extra element. Oil spray, 5 gal. cariacity. See at 201 River Rd., phone 1506-J. 88t3p WARDS' Have a stock of the best RECAPPED TIRES - on perfect casings with grade "A" rubber 6.00x16 9.50 reg. tread 6.50x16 10.65 reg. tread . WE CAN ALSO RECAP YOUR TIRES 6.00x16 7.00 reg. tread 6.50x16 8.15 reg. tread and we have a stock, of good used passenger, truck and tractor tires. Come in - and save! MONTGOMERY WARD School & Perkins. Ph. 622. 88tlc FOR SALE—1D46_ 4-door FoM 6. Heater, radio 'and overdrive. Box 91. Redwood Valley. 88t3c USED TRUCK Bargains '41 Chev tractor with *46 270 GMC motor, 5531 Brown Lipe, 25-ft. round nose semi, vac. brakes. '39 GMC tractor with 308 motor, butane equipped. P-B MOTORS INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS 1045 So. State St., Ukiah. 88tfc-fp FOR SALE— 4 tons baled alfalfa hay. Phone 18-Y-22. 88t3c

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