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'PAGE SLK DISPATCH DEMOCRAT. UKIAH. CALIFOKNIA I COURTU *CARGO"TilB N.W.P. Injunction Against Pickets Is Sustained This Coupe Smacked Shell Oil Tanker California's State Supreme court \ has upheld the decision of Superi- ' or Judge Hilliard Comstbck of So- >noma county that union picketing of railroads to prevent their han- .dllng "hot '^argo" can be stopped by coijrt order, despite a 1947 order by the tribunal rendering the hot cargo act unconstitutional. The unanimous ruling of the state's highest court, apparently 'opening a loophole in the earlier ruling on the controversial secondary boycott, was based on the statutory duty of railroads and common carriers to accept all freight. ..The supreme court decision substantially upheld the order of Judge Comstock of Santa Rosa, granting the Northwestern Pacific Railroad Company a preliminary injunction to halt picketing by the trains at Santa Rosa by striking lumber and sawmill workers. . Judge Comstock's order halted mass picketing of loaded freight trains in that city last year. - The supreme court justices held that picketing intended to prevent railroads from performance of tfii-ir duty to carry all freight can he hiilted li.y the courts, .lu.'ilii.'e Jp-s.-ic \V. Carter, writ-| FOR iS.H. UPKEE Warren's Budget Seeks Bij^ ; Increase Over 1947-48 Red Cross Campaign Nexf; Leaders Get Together FRIDAY. FJSPIiUApY XH, 19;^- The licenses of 23 Sonoma county biu 'K were suspended Saturday in a suddt-'n move by the board of Gqualization, the mas.s inovcraont 'itriking heaviest at Petaluma, m!i the ijpinlon, makes .'i point of j.whore H cstablishmeiils were hit. UDliiiH thit the ruling did not cov-i Tiueo rd Ilealdsbuvg, two each at C!' picketing of railroads for other j Sania Kosa, Sonoma and Sebas- Atter the coupa oi Kob«it Beck of Calpella had smacked a Shell Oil Company tanker and headed iJ inlb Erickson Brolhers' cocktail room on the north highway, the coupe took a. nosedive into the ditch, with its internal organs badly' inixed.- Sonoma Bars Newcomer's Room To Be Closed, f'"" 2Ll««ngs '^3- SACRAMENTO, Feb; ,11—(WNSi! Governor Warren's 1848-49 tiscal year budget requests $2,420iG74 for j support of Mendooino State Hos- Itiital, an Increase of $389il62 over ithe $2,021,512 granted for, the 1947-48 year. i the 1948-49 budget does" not • include any funds from the'post­ war employment reserve foi" capital outlay, which last year was tapped for $1,077,460 for the instl- I tution. • As a result, the grand total of the budget shows a decrease of $878,298. The Institution expects 2940 patients during the next fiscal year, and has 2898 at the present time. Unit costs per patient are expect- from $666 to $702 State Board Moves To Suspend 23; II At Petaluma '.•yasous. • In :i i-omnaliion lulini-! the court i-ofiwfil I'l reverse a contempt con- vicliini r.u.ninsl one of tlie pit-kets, li'iiy Davis, for violating the in- •junt'lio'n is.sued by Judge Cornstock. • Geary & Tauzer repesented the railroad company in the injunction proceedings. The court action was long-drawn and was followed by the hotly contested trial of Davis and other pickets. The original hot cargo act in 1941 prevented labor unions from conducting boycotts against any employe not involved in a labor dispute, 01 to declare his product 'I 'hot" because he refused to discontinue dealing with an employer involved -in a labor dispute. ;ln the present case, picketing of the railroad was intended to halt its shipments of lumber for a company involved in a strike. "In one sense it might be said .that the object or purpose was to obtain proper labor objectives, namely, the grantir|g of the demands made on the lumber com- {^niesfor improving working conditions," the court said. "Then the object would be valid. But this means, seeking to compel the railroad to refrain from performing its law-imposed duties as a common carrier, would b$ unlawful." topol, aiid one eaeii at Geyserville, Cotati and Graton made up the tolal. the .suspensions to become effective February 24. H. E. IVIori-ill, district liquor control administrator, issued a statement, saying, "This is a warn- Jess Clark Ruth, a cook by Of the total outlay requested^ i trade, who came to Ukiah from $1,499,080 is for "salaries and Santa Rosa January 26 and was wages, compared to $1,262,412 this investigated by local police at the year, an increase of $236,678. The request of Santa Rosa, was ar- institution plans to increase it:, rested last week after "lifting" a personnel from 471 to 549 persons carton of cigarettes and a quart during the year, the budget indi- of wine from a local grocery. I ce.tcd. Subsequent investigation by po-i Capital ovtlay for. the next lico of Ruth's room disclosed a ' bud.aet from the general fund is, „, wealth of articles obtained by the set at $58,900. i ^ T|ie spectacular Olympic Club .'.•!.mc method, running well over i Items listed as additions to of San Francisco will make .$100 in their total value. i ranch irirgation system, $2900: tneii- local debut tomorrow (Fn- Jess v^asn't particular. He took sewer line, hog ranch to sewer °ay) night at 8 o'clock in the high whatever was easiest to reach, ac- plant, $2500; construction of hog school gym, where they will meet cording to evidence uncovered by farrowing barn, 22 pens, $21,500: a select team from the ykiah Ath- police, who found in his quarters earth fill south of entrance road, l^t'<= Association. Plane Crashes On Side Cow Mountain Olympic Jrs. Are Kingpins no less than 12 quarts of assorted S12.000; two sun porches, tuber- wines, three umbrellas, two elec- cular ward, $20,000. trie clocks, a table radio, a num- r ' ber of gents' white handkerchiefs, Wrir/lan MoKpifMa a lady's black purse, half a dozen » T dl lltJIl iUClVtJI ilC ing to all licensees operating under! keyhole flashlights and two paring, on-sale beer and wine and dis-1 knives, collected from different tilled spirits licenses, that the 1 contributors. | State Board of Equalization in-i In Santa Rosa, it is said, Ruth lends that they the restaurant business "The law requires license is suspended operate a bona fide eating place, Accident Victim Game Warden Jack McKerlie of This is the first time that the club has permitted their young champions to play a game so far from home. And champions they are, for in winning the Bay Cities Boys Basketball League Championship, they had to compile a win streak of 16 straight games. The star of the visiting squad is Left to right are Orville ^Coleman, chairman of the American Red pros* campaign, for this section; V/. K. Davis, chairman of the Mendocino chapter, and Mrs. Cesira Delany, secretary of the chapter, as tho Journal cameraman looked in on them as they planned the opening of the drive, March 1. Local Women Attend Child Welfare Meeting Mrs. Jane Isnard, district president o*: American Legion Auxiliary with Mrs. Edith Rich, district child welfare chairman of WiUits, went to San Francisco to attend a child welfare meeting. Mrs. Estella Haiiell, the department president from Culver City arid Mrs. Ruby ^ Stump, department vice president! from Los Angeles accoi them on the trip. The meeting received a fine H.- J.. Thomas of 451 65th: street, Oakland, crashed Monday afternoon at 4:26 onthe Parker ranch, known as the old Cow Mountain ranch, and escaped without' injury. Thomas had taken from Bi;chanan Fieia it Concord. Jim McFarland of the McFarland Aircraft Service' of Uklah went out to the wreck Wednesday and removed the wings, ekpecting to bring the wreck down to the mou<ifsin road Thursday. The plane is reported not badly wrecked, but the left wing will have to be replaced. McFarland is using some equipment from Dell Chase's garage. The wreck lies about 100 feet above the mountain road and about three arid a haU mUes from Highway 20. Prize Oldsmobile Is ri Brought lnit<^ Ukidh George Vevoda atid Paul Woad I went to San..Francisco last weelf^l to bring to Ukiah the Oldsmoliile*' that is to be given away by the 20-30 Club in connection with their dri*e to raise funds for hospitalization for those unable to pay their own way. Vtevoda went to the city again Monday for a dealer meeting, when new models were shown. EAGLE AUXILIARY MET AT ELKS HALL State Garage In New Hands Walnut Creek Man New Owner; Planning s p,m., served by Theresa Cinqulnl, Ooenina , Mary Joseph and Rene Bartolomel. r \ Daphne, and flowering quince Meriibers of the Eagles Ladies Auxiliary, had a special treat of raviolis at their meeting last Thursday evening at Elks Hall at .lesiaem. Purchase of the State Garage ^J} and they were used mpS fom Tom Berkeley and Ray Bow- ^^'^f'^^r'^u^, ^^^^ "^""'^'man was announced Tuesday in 5,"^ the hall for this meeting Ukiah by R. F. Tuttle. The new Frank H. Harader was there and garage premises at • 628 such premises shall remain closed ^ ^ .T^ : --- |ff'?'=s and turned oyer, This turn, t Luisetti, the forwards. Bob. John^ veterans " rona °«de '™atiS 'pSI ^' ^' ASSOCiatlOIl : I 'l ^L^lt of ^ofodsU^i^t a ^"flia IroT a^";'S'"aiid tob ir^T ^""^ named head of ^ South State street are undergoing ho i! L f 3 .t ^ , !i Til in T J. 'with the road ang'e and. Bob the Legion Auxiliary representa- 1 ^ complete remodeling been operated there for a period | pJanS 17 LSCtlirCS i'l ^tt crasll of his car McKerlie! Sertf^^^^^^^ A»°.th- Part of the Child emi-tion to provide improved suffered a broken jaw and afrac- stootlis dishnre ^I ^'v"*^ discussion dealt with the d'splay room and office, facilities! tured skull. Tn intww^^^^ o ^ adoption of babies and requested A gala opemng, featumg a show- Word of the accident was: tele- • r u <= mvasion. Coach that .such organizations as the ^"8 °^ the latest models in Pontiac Phred to Fort Bra ^ranl licm ty : f ^''^.^f ^f^^?*^ ""^"'^^ American .Legion Auxiliary report <^°ior cars is being planned when pnon.a ara„g and JJoputj , s veet lookmg combmations that all cases of children available for' construction work is completed. of at least 30 days. Then the board may lift the suspension.' Mendocinb^s Expect Ruling On AntWPetition The California vPliblic utilities Commission i^ eJipfeeted to rule soon on the application of the Antoni Truck Lines for a highway common carrier franchise, a matter which has been before that body for some months, and in which the people who will be served by the Antoni lines, in the event the application is granted, SACRAMENTO, Feb. 7. (WNS) —While ho minerals in Mendocino county have been produced on a large scale, the county ha.': potential mineral resources and it is expected within a short time coal will be in commercial production, according to the state division of mines. A portion of coal has been stripped for mining by an open cut at the coal deposit six and one-half miles northeast of Dos Rios where promoters have built one and three-tenths miles of access road to the deposit'.. Natural gas is in small production in Mendocino while the county is known to have deposits of commercially valuable lead. Other minerals which are of unknown commercial value . and extent are chromite, copper, gold, bituminous rock, magnesite, onyx and travertine, sandstone, carboy Requests from more than 20 organiz^itions have been received by the Mendocino County Tuber-, culosis Association for a series of , Sheriff Ward Ries and Game .War- health programs during the next r den Holmes drove down and. get -;ht-weeks before the orRaniza-' the injured man, who was taken tion's memberships. i'to the Community iiospital v/here nr, J. B. Massenc;ili; president Dr. Havstad attended to his injur- the association, has already 'es. He will be kept from active show plenty of speed on the of- adoption to the proper authorities' Lpng association with automo- fensive. According to Simpson the so that arrangements can be made five service agencies charactterizes boys he expects much from. are | for their adoption by duly accred- Tuttle's background. The new auto- spoken to the Ukiah 20-30 Club ill the need for efficient public iiealth services in every commu- .iit.v in Mendocino county. In addition to the talk by Dr. Massengill, the club members enjoyed "Defend Your City's Health," a 16mm. sound film "which portrays the basic health services supplied by an efficient, full-time lealth unit. Organiations scheduling heallh nograms for the next few weeks are: Ukiah—Eagles Auxiliary, Csth- (ilic Ladies' League, Ukiah Baptist Church, American Legion, State Employees' Association and Holy Trinity Episcopal Guild, Willits—WiUits Aerie F.O.E., American Legion, Business & Professional Women, Willits Grange, Willits ,Lions Club. Fort Bragg—^Lions Club, Native duty for some time. ar© more tiinn ordinarily interested. ! dioxide, pottery clay, graphite,! Daughters, American Legion Aux- The Antoni Truck Lines for a limestone, mineral paint, mineral; iliary, Mendocino Study Club, number of years have operated • water and zircon. i Hopland—Farm Center. between Ukiah and San Francisco. If the utilities commission finds tliat the tremendous increase of population in the district they now Due to the progress of scien- Laytonville—P.-T.A. tists many minerals formerly con- j sidered valueless are now in de-! Local Fmolovfif»<: • Will maud with the result Mendocino 1CmP 'OypeS^ Will. P,ropo;it> to sorvo justifies . favor- j county may expend mineral pro.-4>lo action on the application, the j duction in the years to come. Attend CSEA Council Slick Concrete Cause Of Wreck on Hiway 20 Coming into Ukiah early Sunday morning over Highway 20, the car driven by Mrs. Ann Wise of the Square Deal Garage skidded on the slick pavement and hit a tree at the side of the -road. In thecar wi-.h Mrs. Wise was Mrs. Mai-y Dunnigan. Both women were injured and the Ukiah ambulance in charge of Geor^^o La'ng brought them to Dr. Miller's jiome for treatment. Highway Patrolman Sam Shortridge Investigated the accident. The car, a Hudson sedan, was badly wrecked and was towed to Ukiah by Fred OIT. Bill Ornbaun, Gale BrumbSck, Jack McCoy, Corky Lower, Dave Lalla and "Wecpin' " Willie Scag- jliotti. •The preliminary game should be I a thriller. The Northside Uikah I girls are taking on the Southside Girls' team. The south side of town boasts of such players as Joy Bartolomei, Lorraine .Bartolomei, Dot Hunt, Luddy Standley, Wilma Rawles, Nelcyne Smith, Barbara Blair and Maggie Garzini. It's true that their roster is loaded with talent, but when you examine the north side line-up, which features the names of Evelyn Ringstrom, Barbara Dumas, Sharon, Shepard, Pat DeLKJtty, Betty Boulware, Leejuana Cyphers, Diane aa4 Kay Hoojter arid others, it becomes apparent that there is riot much advantage on either side. ited citizens. Farm Labor Dept. Office Now Open The Farm Labor Office, under the state department of employ- .SL'rvice will ni? exti.'iidod north as '.-liule Tnlmago and syutli of Ul^iah. way points ' The Ukiah high school basket' ball team will play Upper Lake tlic p'.\;.s,'nt time there is' at Upper Lake high school gym onIv on... (•oii.mon carrier operat- I Saturday, February 14, at 7:30 inii a truck line into thi.s disti'icl ' P''"- I' '' sUdccl game with no out of llie bay area, and a tvv- ' rivalry anticipated. mencUius ajiiount of testimony lias bci 'n sifted by the coniniifi.sion in liearings already liold on the Antoni aj)plication. Valentine Party On Saturday, February 14 BIRTHS Announcements have been received from Mr. and Mrs. Averal Austin of Potter Valley, telling of the arrival of a son, Fred Merrit Austin, on January 31. lie weighed seven pounds and one ounce. Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Reha Atlentian is called to the Saturday Afternoon Club meeting Saturday, February 14. Since that is j of Ukiah have announced the ar- VjiJentin's Day, Mrs. James Bush,! rival of a son, Donald Jerry, born program chairman and Mrs. .Pierce ; January 31 at Ukiah General Hos- i Stipp, hostess chairman, have got- pital, with Dr. Glenn Miller at- ' ten together to make it one of the j tending. A number of state employees will go to Santa Barbara to attend the eighteenth general council of C.S.E.A. during the wac^kond, where Governor Warren, state legislators and state officials will attend an uiformal reception in lilt; El Pasco's gold room the night of February 14. According to Lawrence Samsof, president of C.S.E.A. No. 22, delegates attending the 2-day session will consider resolutions relative to retirement, civil service, salaries, group insurance, hours and working conditions. The council represents a membership, of 25,000 state employees. Officers for the ensuing year will be elected. The W. J. Davis Family Moved To Honolulu Mrs. W. J. Davis with her children Jackie, Linda and Karen, sailed for Honolulu aboard the ; meat, is now located at 285 North S..S. Wilbur Mann leaving San School street. 'The office has on Francisco February 13. They are xiie. several qualified applicants going to join W. J. Davis, their i fo,- tree and vine pruning, and is husband and father, who is sta- in Ijo.sition to serve both the farm tioned in Honolulu as aviation worker and the employer. Chief ordnance man. j Farm placement under the state Bo .fore they left Napa, Jackie, fjepartment of employment ren- celebrated his sixth birthday on i^ers a service to the employer b^ February 7, and had as his spc-. saving time and transportation ex- cial guests for the occasion his j an^j gg^ves the farm grandparents, Mr.^and^Mra. W. D. | ^,-„jkcr by referring him directly 1 the job. outstanding meetings of the year. Mrs, Bush has requested Mrs. Fred Merrill Austin arrived in town on January 31, landing at Ralph Byrnes to give a movie on i the Ukiah General Hospital with "The New Look in Education," and I Dr. James B. Manscngill the navi- has made arrangements for music j gator directing the young man's Davis of Ukiah. They had a beautiful birthday greeting for him from his aunt, Mrs. Ei-vin Burke, who is employed at the Mendocino State Hospital. aUIZ PROGRAM AT B.P.W.C. ("harles D. Grant, farm placement representative for Mendocino, Sonoma and Marin counties, u'iUi headquarters at 345 A street, Santa Rosa, ux'ges all growers needing held to place their orders svitli the local Farm Labor Office. The Uklah telephone number is i 31, the same number as under the extension service. appropriate to the occasion. Mrs. Stipp as the hostess chairman has some chic ideas for Valentine decorations and for the tea hour. I night. Mr. and Mrs. George M. i Austin of Potter Valley are the I parents of this new citizen. Miss Sandra Lee Mazzanti is the new daughter of Mr. and Mrs. • Geo. A. Mazzanti of fc.'? West THIS PAPERHANGEH CAUGHT j Henry street. Sandra was born Eldon Mizer, alias Carl Libear-j February 1 with Dr. Nicholas man, who was in Ukiah on Jnnn- i ZbitnoiT officiating. ary.23 and collected approximately; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sanford S60 on two checks which ho cashed ' are parents of a daughlor, born al two department stores, was ar- at Ukiah General Hnrpilnl Felnn rested at Chico for similar unfair j .u;, 3, Or. Glenn Miller was the trades practice. |altcndin:j ph.ysieiau. Episcopal Guild Met At Henry Spurr Home Member.? of the Episcopal Ladies' Guild met at the home of Mrs. Heniy Spurr last Friday. | Mrs. Larkin J. Younce was co- hostcss with Mrs. Spurr. Mrs. D. Harte was guest of honor ior the afternoon as she is leaving Ukiah soon to make her home with her daughter in Redwood Valley. Mrs. Harte was presented with a lovely bottle of perfume and a big caico, which she Scr\'ed to liio ladies later in the afternoon. Mrs. E, H. Benson' was coleJ- bvating her 7Tlh birtliclay and ;;hp u-.,-'5 iMvji'iiK-rl .vii .h a b>.actiCu! jihirit, "dog-toothed violets," with a fitting birthday card. Mrs. Helen Chaney had n fine quiz program at the meeting of the Business and Professional Women's Club last Thursday night. For every question missed the partici-j pant paid. Mrs. Chaney had gleaned all the best questions fromi • • D^~,», recent issues of magazine digests! LlCense fcriven KoppS I Auto Court Building and it kept the wom.en on their toes to keep abreast of the wily quizzer. DON'T EXPECT MIRACLES! Housewives, eager for the day of lower food prices, cmd the relief which it would bring them, mu.«t not expect nli^acle.^• overnight. Not until the present trend toward lower levels for food reaches the wholosalers, and from them to the local distributors, will local prices foel the effects- of the so--c:\!lod ".•slump." Tho general opinion is that prices are now bound to come down. \ / SAN F.RANCISCO, Feb. 7 — OWNS) — H. R. and Bertha Rapp { were licensed by the state division of housing to expend $6000 to erect' additional housing units at tho Sequoia Motel, 101, highway, near Ukiah, and Thomas Asl.urst was licensed to operate an auto court at Hopland. The division also issued permits to manage auto courts to Avon C. Ray of Ray's Resort, one mile southwest of Philo, and Mrs. Don Van Zaiidt of tho Redwood View Auto Court, a half mile southwest of Philo. Woman's Missionary Well Attended Monday There were about 65 attended the all-day meeting of the Woman's Missionary Council at the Four Square Gospel Tabernacle Monday, with representatives from Lakeport, Lower Lake, Willits, BoonviUe and Fort Bragg attending. The morning,was devoted fo reports from the different members of the council with Interesting accounts of the work achieved; XThe Women spend tKe time 'at their 'imeetings in making new things for the use of people, who have had misfortunes in loosing their home through Are or mishap, or who, for any reason, need help The report states that home people come first, but the Woman's missionary Coimoil always has enough of the necessities required for their-missionaries, who are leaving for overseas duties in any countries. One day they spend mending and cleaning and repairing used things and the next time they devote to making new things. It's reported to be time Vf^ll spent in profitable endeavor. At their meeting Monday they I spent the hour from 11 a.m. to 12 noon in giving thanks and asking for continued protection for themselves and their workers all over the world. They also had several moments of silent concentrated prayer for peace and good tidings throughout the universe. At 12 noon they went to the Episcopal Guild haU for potluck liinchegp. At one, o'clock they returned to theii: own church and accomplished a lot of work in completing new gai-ments and sewing for their home and foreign shelves. WAS HELD FOR STOCKTON Hollin Fillmore was arrested Monday by Peputy Sheriff William White and held for deliveiy to'officers from Stocktoi'i on a warrant charging violation of the state agriculturr-l code, the exact charge not being specified. mobile man served 12 years with the iitaff of the Ford Motor Company at Richmond arid was a service manager witti ' General Motors for. eight years. Tuttle comes here from Walnut Creek. Mrs. Tuttle and their two young daughters, Judy and Sue, plan to move to Ul:iah as soon as a new residence can be built for them. ity, and cure of diseases arid, how to avoid having them., Oneof the, sestlltis of the business .meeting was the decision to have, a: food sale on' February M:, in front of Penney's. Allmemtiofs -^and anyone who wants;to, ri;iay dqnate hot dishes, cakes',, cookies, salads, etc. , , , , The next meeting will be 'on.th first Thursday in March with-Mi; Hazel Paoli, -Mrs. Eva • Bartoloiri^ and Mrs. Frances Cririella in'' charge as the hostess comhiittee. Delightful Afterrioon At Methodiist Church QUSCK RELIEF FROM Symptoms of OlstressArislngfrom STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACID FrneBookTeUsofHomeTreatme!;tthat Must Kelp or It Wtil Cost Yoii Nothing Ovtr thruD million botUos of tho WituuD T MKATME.ST h;ivu been sold for relief of symntflmsofdistreKsarlhinG froiu Stomach .-iti 'l OMOdcnal Ulcere duo to Excess Acid — Poor Digestion, Sour or Upset Stomzch, G'^i^alticss, KoartL'urrt..s:c0ple9Snc«f, etc., • iui'1.. ExcDis Acid. S..l<l on l.l dn\ .' (riiill r»i'"tvillard'i MoisoRe" wliiiU (ully I <-.v(jl;iiri™ (/li.^ t.'ciii fru'tit- frea—at MEDICO DRUG COMPANY Methodist Men Have Dinner Monday Night There were 17 men at the Methodist; Men's Club .on Monday night. Circle D prepared and served a fine meal, according to Harold L. Kirk, the president of the club.' There was a discussionj about the Santa Rosa meeting last Saturday night attended by John Wood worth and Harold Kirk. The main topic of that evening was ap- pointuig a committee to locate a summer retreat for vacations. Then Harold Lawrence, ot the Ukiah high school, showed several pictures from the superintendent of school's office. There were two on African Big Game hunting and American Big Game, hunting: that were taken by the Forest Service. Then there was another education film on "•youth in Crisis." The fourth picture shown was a humorous one about twin cubs and their antics near a ranger's camp. The meeting was concluded with a lively discussion over plans for Cub Scouts Pack 45. The pack is meeting Friday evening, at 7:45. Members of the A & B Circles of the Methodist church had an insph'ing meeting in the church parlors Tiiesday at 2 p.m. with a big attendance, according- to Mrs. Nellie Sanford, their corresponding secretary. Mrs. Thomas McCabe as guest of honor for tho afternoon. Mrs. A. Hurst "gave a fine talk on Spirituality. This was followed with the reading of a poem, by Mrs. T. L. GoudgC, .Si:.,- the title of 'Which was "Why I Hemain a Negro," written by "\yalter White. Mrs. Charles G. Linderiiann then gave ^ review of Walter Whites article appearing in a recent Eead- ers' Digest called "Lost Boundaries." Mrs. Sanford said the meeting was all instructive and entertaining and would be' well remembered. Mrs. May Beckley, Mrs. Birdie Becker apd Mrs. Ethel Bonnifield served dainty refreshments of jellflj salad, saltineS,/ colTee' and tea, fit^ trays in the Valentine motif. (T PAYS TO TRADE IN UKIAH Mr. and Mrs. Church Celebrate Anniversary^^ f| Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Church celebrated their first anniversary with dinner and dancing at Lena's in Santa Rosa, last Saturday, February 7. They had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. William Meek and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Burke. Adveriistment From where I sit ...-^ Joe Marsh Will's Proud of His Big Ears Will Dudley's mighty proud ot his big ears! Best crop of corn he's grown since '38. And Will, like so many other farmerH, has plenty of reason to be proud of what he raises. The farmer has always been a keystone in our economic life, and the key to our national well-being. But from where I sit, he's more important now than ever. He's not only feeding America—but friends of America overseas—building good will for this country at a time wlien friendship for democracy is most important. And farmers have willingly shouldered that responsibility. Will spends extra hours in his cornfield ... comes home tired to a temper­ ate.glass of beer and early bed, to be ready for the next day's work. From where I sit, America can be mighty grateful for her five million farmers... for their productivity, hard work, and temperate living—of which Will's moderate glass of beer is proof I IT PAYS TO TRADE IN UKIAH ] MORRIS DRUG CO. Copyright, 1948, United States Breviers Foundatior

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