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gTODAY, FEBRUARY 13, i948« DISPATCH DEMOCRAT.. URIAH. dALIFORNlA PAGE THREFi "J' TEN YEAHB' AGO r«b, 18, 1838 V. Earl Bishop, chiaf of police of fort Bragg and former 'deputy «9|ierlff, announced his candidacy fdr I the office of sheriflE. , • Bortlett pear growto tnrough- Qtit the: state of California are tlieetlhg with little or no opposi- tl<>n' in their program to eliminate eull Bartletts from cahnery chan- nfel^, according to Alex Thomas, chairman of the California Can- nihg Bartlett Control. , j'Amos Alonzo Stagg, football : coach of the College of the Pacific, was a Wednesday night guest at the'Palace Hotel, enroute to Eureka where he was scheduled to spe^k Thursday. • .Mrs. Edna Hughes of Calpella iVairrowly escaped death when a 'section of the highway slid nto the.'gtilch south of Calpella and Acarried her coupe into the Maso- iitti vineyard, 200 yards from the hifehway. •:J6hn'Ross, young son of Jack flfl6ss,' superintendent of the Rock- »tofct K (m, lost four Angers of his L .16ftAHarid When a dynamite cap eJtplpded Monday niglit. The boy ^ foUrid the cap near his home and ' attehiptedto light it. ; vAt •\yilllts the rainfall has passed 'th 'e" 5-foot mark. The total for the-'season at 6 o'clock Tuesday mpriiirig-was 62.33 inches. The iiit" storm brought over 12 inches. • Carl •Piirdy, who has lived in XJKiaJi- valley since 1877, says that 'the; itisl'storm was not the heaviest !in^ his- memory, by far. In 1909, afccor^ing to 'Mr, Purdy, 35 inches of rain fell in 35 consecutive days. •A -'brother-in-law of Amos Ma' hurih.whb was here in 1862, told •MBlJurin ttvat he went in a boat •rtrbmthesitt of the M.W.T. depot ,^in' irkiali tp the Restview residence ; in ^lie lower valley. Another early- ;d«y;"r ^si<Jent by thfe'name of Mont- ..;g <>men ';was;known to have forded i 'tttV railroad station site on horse. back,'according to Mr. Purdy. ,- '• 'HHe •children, grandchildren and voire-'grfeat-graiiddaughter' of Mr. atid Mrs;D. H; Lawson will gather at -their Eiopnyille home Saturday ' ahd' Siiriday of this. week to celebrate the golden wedding anniver- sfiry of the pioneer residents. • A marriage license was issued ruslry 14 to Frank Ricetti and aty Gerhart of Redwood V&Uey. TWENTY YEARS AGO Feb. 18. 1928 "George'Biggar of Covelo is'in- " sting himself in an effort to Id a road from Covelo to the Sacramento valley and from Co- Wlo 'to Longvale, cutting out the ftiiJUiitairi'road between Dos Rios. »e.is_;t]V.ihg to obtain $600,000 of iS^wal. aid which would leave iMO.OOpto be raised by road dis- trtjits, composed of. Glenn and Mendocino countie^. :;tiarry Reiter, a drifter, was ar- rtiited by Deputy Sheriff McCabe near Yorkville Thursday, after he had robbed the Windsor Hotel at Fort Bragg of' $85. • I'he biggest single project, the completion and enlargement of the Ukiah sewer system, will soon become a fact, according to Mayor iGeorge • Anderson. This will be Igood news to about one-third of iilie population, who have been jjvilhout sewers these many years. [ A 65-foot whale was washed lashbre about a mile; and a half north of Greenwood, and attracted Huite a number of visitors to the Waltea Smith ranch, i' Mrs. Emma Petersen of Albion broke her leg at the iirst of the week when she fell in her yard. She is in the Redwood Coast Hospital for treatment. [ Mrs. Olive Busch will leave for Ban Jose Tuesday to be initiated into Kappa Delta Pi, a national jbSicatipn fraternity, a chapter of w5iich is being organized at the Bah Jose State Teachers' College. 5^ Wayne P. Burke of San Fran- ''cisco visited his parents, Mr. and ^rs. W. P. Burke of Boonville, at tl(p weekend; An old pioneer of Hopland, Sid- |iey Dale, was found dead in his itore af Ukiah last week. Edward Ja^ies had been transferred from Eureka to new head- luarters 'in Santa Rosa to repre- ent the Mendocino and Sonoma lOunties for, the A.A.A. He was in tkiah Monday to visit his father, J. James.. The final acco.unt and petition 'or distribution has been filed in he Frank Sandelin estate. The iccount shows $166,347 as the total [ralue of all property. secret that Clair Smith would be B candidate for county treasurer, he had not seein fit to announce his candidacy until this week. The Ukiah society, a new booster organization, was organized last week with a total membership of 151. U H. Foster is president, L. E. Crawford vice president and Lou Hofman, treasurer. , A moving picture show has located in. BoonVille for the winter. Sam Williams and Willie Crockett enlisted in the lioggers and Engineering Company and left last week for Vancouver for preliminary training. A petitjon asking for the removal of the Calpella postoffice to Redwood Valley and another petition remonstrating the removal of the Calpella postoffice have been in circulation the past week. Marriage licenses were issued this week to Charles Goodwin and Mrs. Rosa Frank of Covelo; Piatro Mazzetta and Viteoria Guenga of Albion; Allan Wright and Stella MiUer of Ukiah. E., H. Hiatt, J. W, Hiatt, W. P. Ledford and P. M. Ledford, all prominent ranchers oil the Yorkville section, had important business to attend to in Ukiah last weekend. Fred Thomas, cashier of the First National Bank of Ukiah, suffered a slight paralytic stroke last Week, but is on the road to complete recovery. , ' • • A petition for a school district, to be known as Outlet,, was rejected by the board of supervisors at,their last meeting. " Blair had been held up and robbed . by. tWo masked men.. Burt Cannichael, the" driver, was on the westbound trip carrying the mail and $200 iii gold that was sent by the Union Lumber Company at Glen. Blair. At Thompson's chute west of Fort Bragg he was stopped by the men, one armed with a shot gun, ah4 both masked. They demanded the money and also took $5.15 Burt had in his pocket. Monday night someone entered the yard of T. P. Heacock in Ukiah and destroyed about 15 hives of bees.' The Palace Hotel at WiUits has been leased to J. M. Aiken and George La Flache, both of Oakland. W. A. Finley, who was sentenced to life imprisonment from this county for the murder of Frank Drake, has been condemned to hang for an attempt to murder a fellow convict at Folsom. FORTV YEARS'AGO Feb, 14, 1^08 The store of the Great American Importing ' Tea' Company opened for business this week in the old furniture store' building • at the southeast comer of; State and Church streets, carrying a complete line of tea,) coffee and spices. Several valuable-dogs have been poisoned'during the past week by meat thrown into the yards. R. W. Burroughs who has been running a box factory and planing mill in Ul^iah for seyeral years has decided to movfe-his plant to Petaluma to bring him <;loser to the market for his output.- Burt Simons " Was down from Eel river this week, to get treatment for his right hand which was injured in a fight with several subjects of the Mikado. The.trou­ ble-took place at the Snow Mountain Company and Mr. Simons proved beyond all doubt that .the. vaunted fighting ability of the Japs is overrated by cleaning up six of them alone and Unaided. Monday morning conisiderable excitement was caused in Ul^'oh by a telephone message to Sheriff Donahoe that the {lassenger train of the Fort Bragg Alpine Railrpad had been held up by two train robbers. Sheriff Donahoe went to the scene of the crime and did not return until Thursday .morning when it was- learned that the "reported train robbery was eroneous, but that the mail cart which runs between Fort Bragg. and Glen FIFTY YEARS AGO Feb. IB, 1898 Frank M. Wilson has announced himself a candidate for city marshal of UTtiah. Ed Hagans, an old-timer of this section, has returned from Peru where he had been working in the mines for the, past year. • Hugh Cox shipped 370,000 hop roots to Wheatland last week for Horst Brothers. Thomas and Will Bourns came over from Point Arena and Will went to San Jose where he has a position in a drug store. Thomas is principal of the. Point Arena school. . At Salinas, Kansas, December 9, Charles Cunningham, formerly of Ukiah, and Miss Laura Stevens of Saratoga, Newf York, were mar. ried. . ' '. ' George E. White, the Mendocino cattle king, was married in Sari Francisco last Wednesday to Miss Louisa Bogan. ; The Hoboes were greeted by a fair-sized audience Friday evening at Mason's Lyceum. This was the first entertainment given by the glee club. Comprising the cast were G. H.- Rhoies and J. G. Thomas, first tenors; J. P. Diddle, Paul Joseph, Oscar Smith, and Martin Sloper, second tenors; Herbert Saunders, A. P, Scott, Ed Ornbourhe, first bassos; M. B. Gibson, J; J. Keller, and W. Hollingsworth, - second bass; J. A. Rhodes, falsetto, - Tom Yoiing, who attempted to cut the throat of Maggie Wickoff on January 27, pleaded guilty to the charge of assault with a deadly ijveapon and was sentenced by Judge Mannon to serve two years at San Quentin. G. W. Owens has opened a new blacksmith shop two doors south of Smith's stables. • Pat Connolly, a sterling Demo^ crat of Navarro, came up.on 'Tuesday's train and returned tS the coast yesterday. He is being mentioned as candidate for county recorder. Dr. C. W. Calf ant has opened dental parlors in the post office building. Instrumeiits Recorded * JANUARY 27, 1948 DEEDS August- Heeser to Sam Paul et ux,.]and in T17N R17W. . Lawrence Motley et ux to Howard Warner Jr et ux, land in Tll- NR16W. Ruby. Branscomb to Leonard Berchtold, land in T18N R14W- R L McKee et ux to Minnie Natwick, land in WiUlts. L F Berchtold et -ux t6 J E Capell et ux, land {« T18N R14W. Myron Plopped et ux to Samuel Daniels et ux, land in T21N R16W. MORTGAGES : G E Dutton et ux to Redwd lEmp Prod Cred Assn, livestock and crops grown during 1948-49-50-51, on property known as G E Dutton Ranch SE from Ukiah on River Rd. Brown Bros, a partnership, to Colusa Prod Cred Assn, crops grown during 1948-49-50-51, loc on old"Blevins Ranch", T15N R3W Colusa CO. RELEASE OF CHATTEL MTGE Ray Johnson to W L A Allenthorp. RECONVEYANCE Corp of Am to R L McKee et ux. deed of trust. NOTICE INTENDED SALE R A Enright to A L Harris, aU stock in trade, furniture, office equ'pment and Frigidalre sign usea in connection with the -business. Sale to take place at -office of Charles Kasch, Ukiah. land in "John Mann.~Tract, T18N R17W. ' • . . B N Hichey to IJoyd HIchey, land in Yokayo rancho; iB N Hichey to Betty Stares, land in Yokayo, ranchb. . f tlnion Lmbr Co to H R Van Horn et ux, land In South Add to Fort Bragg. i :St Calif to Edward Whlted et ux, land in TUN RlffW. ', Wilson Cook et ux to- Sophia McPhee et i ux, land in T13N R14W. Donald Adams to Donald Adams et al, land in T23N R17W. A E Bacon to Samuel Johnson et al, land In T15N R16W. O O Barker et ux to Samuel Johnson, land in T23N RllW, Robert Corbett et uk to Alexander Dyer et ux, land In Wilits. ' DEEDS OF TRUST H R Van Horn et ux to F O Albertsoh et al, trustees and Coast Nat Bk in Fort Bragg,, land in Fort Bragg. ' ' • Ivan Hobson, Jr et al t» Alameda Co-East Bay Title Ins Co, trustee and Battista Fagliano et ux. land in T24N R15W. NOTICE OF TAX LIBN -US vs-Emile Ramoni, withholding, $381.01. ifJTEREST AND PENALTIES ' St;Calif to Carl VoUweiler et al, dba Calif Lumber Co, total arpouht $280.87. ' FEBRUARY 4, 1948 DEEDS H W A Docker et ux to Elmer | land on February 3. Mr. Maher Point Arena POINT ARENA, Feb. 11.—Mr. and Mrs. Leland Frehzei of Fresno were guests of Mr. and Mi -s. E. E. Titus for a few days. Word was received this-week of the death of Joe Maher in Oak- Carrier, land in T17N R15W. George Harrah et ux to Joe Brunda((e et ux, land in WiUits. Giovanni Pisall to Co Mendo, lartd In City of Richmond. i Anna DeRosier to Co Mendo, land in Ti3N R14W. ' Niels Nielsen et ux to Carl Jensen etiix, land in lot 110 Yo­ kayo rancho. , MORTGAGES I Mary Snyder et vir to Rdwd Qnap Prod Cr -Assn, crops grown ! had been living with relatives in Oakland since selling his property here a few years ago. His health had not been good for several months. Mrs. Byron Roberts and son left Wednesday for Alameda, where they wiU make their home. Arr.old Hiese was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Titus over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rawles, Jr.., 1948-i49-50-5I on Snyder ranch,' of Santa Rosa visited their par- Redwood Valley. Orville Hayes et ux to Rdwd Emp Prod Cr A^sn, crops grown during 1948-49-50-51 oh portion of John Wilson ranch, Calpella, also farm equipment. ASSIGNMENT Domenico Tuso to Svgs Bk Mendo Co, deed bf trust. SATISFACTION OF MTGE Loria Johnson et vir to Julius DEEDS JANUARY 28, 1848 •Vilmer Petersen et ux to Oak-^ Donati. land Title Ins & Guar Co, trustee AGREEMENT FOR SALE and Arthur Rapp et ux, land in Cullie Morris to Max Barlas, T17N RUW. timber located on property in MORTGAGES T22N R16W. Jessie Goodin etal to Bk Wijlits, NOTICE INTENDED SALE ranch equipment lokiated on, the Charles Gibelllnl to Louis Ser- Jphh Bartow ranch, WilHts. venti et al, business known as Roland Bucknian et al to Svgs Willits Off-Sale Beer and Wine Bk Mendo Co,.livestock located, Store, Willits^ Sale to take place in Hopland. i JANUARY 31, 1948 DEEDS - . J E Capell et--ux to Beverly Cap.C'U et ux, land in Laytonyille. •Vance 'Holt et , ux to William Hosshard et . ux, • land in 'Fort Bragg. MORTGAGES ^ Redwood Valley News THIRTY YEARS AGO Feb. is; 1918 January 18 the Fort Bragg city ounCil wlU meat in adjourned ession for the purpose of electing ix or eight saloons to be con- lemned and closed under the con- itions of the new liquor ordi- ance. In addition to their quar- Jerly. license, the saloon men now ave paid $4350 into a special fund ID be used by the council in contemning and buying out the sa- ms. The owners will be allowed to dispose of their stock and ctures and will then 'oe paid $500 ages out. of this special fund, though it has bet'n on open REDWOOD VALLEY, Feb. 11— John Heigren passed away in a Ukiah hospital Friday, February 6, and funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from Eversole's Mortuary with Rev. Charles Lindemann of the Methodist church officiating. Interment was in Ukiah Cemetery. Since coming to Redwood Valley, where he had resided for .several years, he has made his home on the Charles Cinancio ranch, He was born in Sweden about 67 years ago and came to America when he was a young man, after traveling much around the world. ' John, as he was familiarly known, was a faithful and conscientious worker, respected by all his neighbors and those whom ha served, and always -ready to help whenever he could. He was a friend in time of need and will be greatly missed. He has been in failing health the past several months. He had no relatives in the states,'but leavps a sister, a nephew and other, relatives, in Sweden. ' Farm Bureau Meets The Farm Bureau met at the school house Friday night with President E. E. Butow in the chair. The meeting was well attended and proved to be interesting and profitable. Farm Advisor R. .D. Foot spoke on paraii.o control, especially stressing fluke in cows and sheep and showing haw it could be prevented and controlled. Leon Hooper, who has been selected by the county Farm Bureau to head the Bureau's grape department, a position made vacant by the recent death of Fred Stevens, was present and stated a meeting of the grape growers had been called for Monday night in Ukiah,] The present goal is to secure better mniketlni; conditions, and stab­ ilization of prices. Mrs. E. E. Butow reported the Farm Bureau Home Department held an interesting and successful meeting last Wednesday. The formation of a conservation district (flood control) was discussed and a committee consisting of Gene Babcock, Kirk Ford and John Pringle was appointed to confer with the Ukiah Conservation District and see what steps are necessary to form a district or merge with the Ukiah district. Dan Sargentini, director, reported a very well attended and interesting meeting of the County Farm Bureau. Refreshments were served, by a committee consisting of Mesdames A. Solomon and Pete Rovera, and Mrs. Butow assisting in the absence of Mrs. K. Buckley. John Oaks gave a report on the progress of the 4-H Clubs. He is leader of the boys' club and is in need of an assistant. Mrs. E. Butow is leader of the Junior 4-H girls, assisted ;by Mrs. Russell Hansohn as leader of the high school group. There are 38 members in the boys and girls 4-H groups. Domenico Tuso to Charles Bus's et ux, land in Ukiah. L D Wade to F P Stipp et al, land In Ukiah. NOTICE OF ACTION C W Hansel Vs J .B Keaster et al, sawmill, machinery and equipment located neai: Longvale' DEED OF TRUST • Charles Buss et: ux to Mendo Co Title -Co, trustee arid DomCnlco Tuso, land in-Ukiah'.. . : ASSIGNMENT OF DEED Wmf'Love to Harry Falk, Jr. MORTGAGES -rage, Ernest DeFord et ux'to Rdwd 'Walter Arnold to ItaUan Swiss Emp Prod Cr Assh, crops grown'Colony, crop of-grapes on land 1848-49-50-51 located on property dvimed by P H Hopper of Hopland NW from Covelo.' ' ' ' • and leased by-Walter Arnold. William Muir et ux-to Rdwd RECOMVEYANCES. Emp Prod Cr Assn, livestock and Mendo Co Title Co' to Henry crops grown 1948-49-'50-51, located- Iwarkus et ux, deepl of trust, on property^^ old Denni-M , ' FEBRUARY 2. ^ 1848 DEEPS. . • E..H Maize et ux to Doreen Beldon, land, .in Rowe tract. Fort Bragg Union High School Dist to Leon-Feider, land in Sunset Park subdn. irvln Rogers et ux to Oro Whitley, land in T24N R17W. - Mibel Jones to Ethel Whited, land In WUlits. Florence Preston et al to Robert Thompson, land in T16N RllW. • • . SAIiE OF REAL ESTATE ^ ' = J^mes Domingo et ,ux to C M Gowdie et al, land in,T24N Ri7W. MGffVFGAGES Fred Skrliek et ux tp Rdwd Emp at office of Whitney and Whitney, Willits. CANCELLATIONS Bd Suprvsrs to Co Rec, land in T22N R13W. . fifenry Markus et ux to Joseph to Co Rec, land in Giboli, land in XJkiah. ; T18N R13W. son ranch, WiUits. '. School closed at noon Friday on account of a water shortage. It opened as usual on Monday, but will be dismissed early each day until there is a sufficient supply of water. T. Jameson reported two inches of rain had fallen in the recent storm, up to 8 o'clock Monday morning, making a total of 16.17 inches to date, with 12.46 inches up to the same date last year. Elbert Holland of ITkiah wUl be at the club house Sunday morning and will take charge of the service for 11 to 12. Sunday school will commence promptly at 10 o'flocki JANUARY 29. 1948 DEEDS ' .' , Albert Rossiter et ux to Harry Morsfe et ux, land in lot 85 Yokayo rancho. : Arthur Casteel et ux to H H Graf et ux, land in lot. I? of LitUe Lake Land Go's Tract No 1. Alva Ogle to Livy Campbell, land in T13N R14W. , Irvine & Muir Co to CuUie Morris, land in T22N R16W. Anthony Lawrence et ux to William: Smith'et ux; land in T18N R12W. Edward . Weist et al • to -Fred Robison et ux, landinT16NR14W. John Wallach,et-ux to William Hanson, land in lot 11, of Wallach subdn. • • • Pio Mazzotti et ux, to Leno Val- enthii, land in'Ukiah. Leslie-Siathfevirs et al to WlUlam Reynolds et ux,- land In Fbrt Bi -agg. The Anglo Calif; Nat Bkr S F to. Herman. Sagehom; land, iii T24NR15W.' L J Strong et ux to Jackson Heed, land in T23NR17W. •' Madeline Figg-Hoblyn to Richard Goldsberry et ux, land In T19N R14W. Sam. Williams to Lawrerice Francis et. ux, land in Ukaih. INTBRLOCUrORY DIVORCE Enima Bassett vs Lewis Bassett, land in T18N R13W and personal property to pidintiff and land in T18N R13W and personal property to defendant. ' DEEDS OF TRUST Donald Fenn et ux to Corp Am, trustee for Bk Am, land in Hills tract near Mendocino. William Hansen to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee for'Coast Nat Bk in Ft Bragg and First Nat Bk of Cloverdale, land in lot 11 of Wallach. subdn. Richard Cotton et ux to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee for Sarah Hatch et al, land in T14N R14W. Jackson Reed to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee for J E Hunsicker et ux, land in T23N B17W. M Elsie Dory to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee for Bk WiUits, land in T18N R14W. Richard Goldsberry et ux to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee for Madeline Figg-Hoblyn, land in T19N R14W. Lawrence Francis et ux to Corp Am, trustee for Bk Am, land in lot 46 of Cumiingham & Thomas subdn. MORTGAGES Roy Arnett to Bk WiUits, cater- piUar tractor with dozer. Everett Witter et ux to Fred Weldon et ux, land in Yokayo rancho. SATISFACTION OF MTGE .Emil :Goumel to RaffaeUo Marraccini et ux. RECONVEYANCES Paul Bowman' et al to Christina Cortez, deed of trust. Mendo Co Title Co to E H Maize et ux, deed of trust. Mendo Co Title Co to Madeline Figg-Hoblyn, deed of trust. Corp Am to Sam WUliams, deed of trust. AGREEMENT Mack Lancaster et ux to A Ak- .selsen, land in lot 23 of Wallach subdn^ NOTICES OF TAX LIEN US to Sarkis Derelian, income, 1946, $661. US to.S D Derelian, withholding. $576.07. US to Susan Derelian, income, $661. JANUARY 30, 1948 DEEDS Apostolic Lutheran Church of Fort Bragg to Dan Kukko et ux, land in Fort Bragg. D C Smith, admin Est of Hjal- mm* Manner to Theodore WiPi^ms, FEBRUARY 5, 1949 DEEDS Sam Paul et ux to Celia Wiiite Doyle'Minor, et al .to. Public ' et al. land in 'THN R17W wStllrl ^^il ^enlilfed^S, ^^^f-^^S'^.^^ffi^^^ AG Lucchesi et al to Roy Goodwin et ux, land in Yokayo Heights. Walter Walton et ux to Edwin rteike et ux, land in T17N R12W. Sheldon Kellogg et ux to Max Witsaman et ux, land in Willits. Arthur Hunter et ux to Knight Nelson et ux, land in T17N RllW. Hernaan Steen et ux to Fred Mickey et ux, land in T18N R13W. •S W Watson et ux to W T McGavey et al, land in Hastings Add to Ukiah. W T McGarvey et al to Robert McGarvey, land in Hastings Add to, Ukiah. Curtis Sebeck et ux to Frank Hay, et ux, land in Yokayo rancho. -H A Reynolds et ux to Sheldon KeUogg et ux, land in WiUits. Kate Barnwell to Darrold Page et ux, land in Willits. : Burkett Kelly to Darrold Page et ux, land in Alberta Tract, WUlits. Frank Hyirian et ux to Alioto S?^' ^L/^^^'i.^}"^^}'^' F?sh Co, land in i'ort Bragg, grown.1949-50-51 located on Fred ' ~ — Skrbek ranch in Anderson vaUey. : Roy.WUliams et al to Bk WUUts, equipment'for trtictor. • '. ; Arnold'FUrtado to Bk Am, crops growfa dUrirife 1948 located on proiiei-ty rieir Poiiit Arena, also farm equipriierit. • CERTtP OFRERBCOHDATION DEEDS OP TRUST R E DeUce et ux to Mendo Co TiUe Co, trustee and O W Walton et ux, land in T17N R12W. • Max Witsaman et ux to Mendo Co. Title Co, trustee and Bk WUlits, land in WUUts. Hilija Davis to F. O Albertson •''='^\"'i>'?i "''f^f^'i^'^^'Y "i ' al. trustee and Coast Nat Bk ; USA :U>. Fount Salisbury et al,, j-oVt Bragg, land in Fort Bragg. Anv..A ^irTurr .wm I Hilija Davls to F O Albertson WRI'T-OP ATTACHmNT „ J et al, trustee and Angelo Peni- Bobert DukjB vs ^rtljur Justis i ^g^y jand j„ Bragg. ^Jl'Ji ^^^'^^rram^^^^- Knisht Nelson et ux to Mendo DEEDS OF TRUST I Co-Title Co, trustee and Svgs Bk S^"^""...** i"' i° Mendo Co, land in T17N RllW. Stlf WimS^^ I ^ Corp Am, son et ux, land m WlllltS. I f_,|-fo-, ob. Am InnH in Oro WhlUey to Mendo Co TiUe l ^o^ancho ^°'™ i Fred Mickey et ux to Corp Am. ™s uX et ux to Mendo Co ' g"|t«« ^k Am, land in T18N ao"?:o,^S ^^in^"T ^17rf 11^^ ; , Hoben M^Gar^ey to Mendo Co ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rawles, Sr., several days this past week. Jack McKerlie, the game warden, had an automobile accident Wednesday night near Caspar. He is now recovering at the Fort Bragg Community Hospital. Since the accident Warren Smith' has taken over the duties of the game warden. It was recently revealed that Ida Ciapusci of Gualala and John Bowers, recently from Santa Rosa, are Mr. and Mrs. The new dress shop owned by MaWe Newcomb Will be opened .for business Marbh 6. A dance wiU be held Saturday night, February 14, at the Manchester grammar school. Music is being provided by the Gleesome TJireesome. Mrs. Gene Leighton underwent an appendectomy Tuesday at the Community hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Peterson returned from a business trip in San Francisco Friday night. Frankie Horn, a young Indian evangelist from Hoopa, will be holding evangelistic meetings all this week at the Point Arena Gospel Center. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunter, Jr., are up visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. Hunter, Sr. Mrs. Orln GUlmore left Saturday morning to attend the funeral of her brother-in-law, Charles Stark of Sacramento, who passed a'way suddenly Friday morning. Viola Dunnebeck Rites At Lakeport Tuesday Funeral services for Mrs. Viola Dunnebeck will be held from the Jones Mortuary in Lakeport Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Dunnebeck passed away Sunday morning after an illness of several months. She was the wife of Frank Dunnebeck and the mother of Mrs. Bud Klmmel of Scolts VaUey, Miss Edna Dunnebeck of San Francisco, and of Frank, Jr., Wayne, Calvin and Craig' Dunnebeck. She leaves one brother and two sisters—Percy Bowen of Woodland, Mrs. Helen Conway of Uikah and Mrs. Ethel Tldwell of Gqld Hill, Oregon. She Was a daughter of the late Clara Bowen of Ukiah. Ray Submits First Report The first annual report of couti-. ty service officer, Sam Ray, Jr., for his office to December 31, 1947," gives the foUov/lng service men's matters handled, the report including the offices Of Fred Foord of WUlits, and Claude King of Fort Bragg, assistant service officers in their respective areas. The total veterans interviewed during the year were 6972 for the three offices. Service connected claims established during the year were 65. These claims are for injuries or diseases that were incurred or aggravated by military service. The amount of recovery from the clahns was $1475. Insurance awards paid to seven beneficiaries was $9500. There were 371 terminal leave applications filed, resulting in a recovery of $79,600. Terminal leave bonds were issued to veterans who did not receive all their allotted fur-i lough time from their respective service. Under hos.pitalization, 123'veter- jins were placed in Veterans Administration hospitals, saving the county approximately $44,000, Outpatient treatment for service connected claims totaled 89. Amount received for dependents of vets ran , $15,000. This figure includes burial allowances, widows and orphan's pensions. 'Total applications filed for educational benefits and bn- the-job-training were 251. As of December 31, 1947, there were over 900 case files in the Ukiah office. The case load for these three offices has increased over 80% in the last three months. thorp Land & Livestock Co, deed of trust. Same to Oswald Granicher et ux, deed of trust. Mendo Co TiUe Co to Louis Bertain et ux, deed of trust. Sheldon KeUogg et ux to Mendo Co TiUe Co, trustee and Bk WU­ lits, land in WiUits. Darrold Page et ux to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee and Bk WU­ lits, land in WUlits. MORTGAGE Hilija Davis to Angelo Peni- tenti et ux, personal property located in Fort Bragg. SATISFACTION OF MTGE Byron Davis to Hilija Davis, RECONVEYANCES Fed Land Bk of Berkeley to George Winkler et ux, deed of trust. Mendo Co TiUe Co to Sheldon Kellogg et ux, deed of trust. F O Albertson et al to HUija Davis, deed of trust. Corp Ain to Arthur Hunter et FEBRUARY 3, 1948 DEEDS Frank Hyvari to EmiUa Hyvari, land in T18N R17W. E H Maize et ux to Lynn Hogan, land in T21N R15W. Sam Laub et ux to Sam Laub et al, landin T18N R18W. Margaret Greenlaw to Morrison Greenlaw, land in T18N R13W. Dorothy Leonard to Paul Maclean et ux, land in Ukiah. Dorothy Leonard to Wm Higginson et ux, land in Ukiah. Gerald Gowan et ux to Henry, ux deed of trust. Siems, Jr land in Ukiah. j Corp Am to Eldon Hair et ux, John McPhillips et ux to E R' deed of trust. Robertson et ux, land In WUlits. RECONVEYANCES Fred Rogers et ux to Henry Corp Am to Curtis. Sebeck et Gregory, land in T23N R17W. : ux, deed of trust. Robert Thompson et ux to' Mendo Co Title Co to Maurice Charles Sutterley et ux, land in .' Sherbum, deed of trust. T16N RllW. 1 Alameda Co-East Bay Title Ins Jesse Smith et ux to John Brun- Co to.L L Hopper et al deed of ings et ux, land in Yokayo rancho.. trust. ' DEFJDS OF TRUST ) Fed I^nd Bk of Berkeley to Henry: Siems, Jr to Mendo Co O W Walton et ux, deed of trust TiUe Co, trustee and Svgs Bk PARTIAL itECONVEYANCE ' ' Mendo Co, land in Ukiah North Mendo Co Title C") to S E Add. i SatchweU et ux, deed of trust Henry Gregory to Mendo Co AGREEMENT TiUe Co, trustee and Louise Lund- Prank Hyman et ux to Alinto berg, land in T23N R17W. , Fish Company, agree to furiusli a Charles Sutterley et ux to reasonable amount of water for Mendo Co TiUe Co, trustef. and the sum of $100 per vear O F Elphick et ux, land in T16N ^ RllW. John Brunings et ux to Mendo Co Title Co, trustee and Jessie Smith et ux, land in Yokayo rancho. AGREEMENT Harry Holmes et ux to F J, Hyman, lease water from springs ' on land hi T18N r'7W. NOTICE INTENDEi. SALE C N Mortenson to i '.nnette Bosworth, business known as Morty's located in Ukiah. Sale to take place at office of Mannotv & Barzler. Ukiah. BOND Ward Ries qs deputy sheriff, County Ordinance —(Continued from Page 1)— reasonable for such purpose, but the land cannot be used for such industry because of the limited height of structures required by the ordinance. Mr. Dutton's complaint is that the ordinance is invalid and unconstitutional because it deprives him of his property without process of law, and he asks for a declaration of his rights and duties, and that the ordinance be declared unconstitutional and void. He also wants his costs of suit and such other relief as the court finds due. Charles Kasch and Leo M. Cook are attorneys for Mr. Dutton. Mrs. Theresa Ray Is Recovering from Illness Mr. end Mrs. Sam Ray left Thursday morning for San Francisco, where Mrs. Ray wUl receive further treatment to effect her cure. Mrs. Ray expressed the wish that Mrs. Bernice Faas be complimented on her fine work in obtaining the special type blood needed tor Mrs. Ray in the transfusions she had to have. Mrs. Faas went to San Francisco and applied to the Irvin Memorial for the blood herself and brought the first amount back herself, and. made arrangements for the sub- • sequent deliveries for Mrs. Ray. The cost of each amount was $6.50, a price which enabled Mrs. Ray to have all she required, which helped her to regain her strength more rapidly. She feels that Mrs. Faas should receive more recognition and help in her endeavor to puSh through the woik she is trying to do with regard to blood banks here in Ukiah. VALENTINE DINNER Jobs Daughters have at last decided on their annual Valentine dinner for sure, to be at the Maple Cafe, Friday, February 13, at 7 p.m. Fifteen or 20 girls are expected to attend, and on this night they will draw their new secret sister."!. MRS. HILDRETH HONORED Mrs. WilUart Hildreth was guest of honor at a birthday dinner Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Smith. The evening was spent in singing and visiUng. WEEKEND IN SAN RAFAEL NOTICE OF COMPLETION Dept Public Wks, St Calif to Guy Atkinson Co, construction of bridges and portion of state hiway bet Bromley Creek and Ft. Bragg. CONTRIBUTIONS DUE St Calif to Fred Charig et al, "The Forks Restaurant and El Fred Clark Holding Co, total amount $282.39. Corns or Warts Removed from Feet or Honds No Relief — No Chnrge (NO DRUGS Ot MEDICINE USED) B. ARTHUR GIBSON 120 South 2nd Street San JoM O\lliomla J, HOTEL 55 Fifth St. (Near Market) San Frajicisco, Calif. • ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF. 350 ROOMS OF COMFORT IN THE HEART OF S. F. SHOPPING AND THEATER DISTRICT. • Modern Rates SINGLE DOUBLE from $1.75,up from $2,20 up Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sandelin motored to San Rafael for a couple of days visit. After they return home they will leave shortly for Bend, Oregon, to attend the wedding of their son Terry, to Miss Gay Hamilton, on February 11. Convenient OVERNIGHT PULLMAN to Eureka Our overnight train carries a standard Pullman car with lower and upper berths, two comportments and a drawing room. Comfortable recUnlng chair car, too. This convenient, time-saving service is available every night between San Rafael and Eureka. Please make Pullman reser- vuUons in advance. N-WP The friendly Northwesfern Pacific H. P. Dohring :: «»hone 38

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