Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on April 2, 1948 · Page 2
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Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California · Page 2

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^EW CLASSIf lED TODAY DtSPAf CH DEMOCRAT, tlKIAH, CALW6'Rhx AUTO PAINTING Any Color AUTO BODY Echder and Kadiator Work -.NEW MOTORS Chrysler, Plymouth, Dodge ; '• and De Soto Uklah Motor Sales FEED ORB 94ttc* BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME PSpfans, Decorating, Paperhangln ••'' , 'Sjiray Painting. SpfecltOiXe in Sheet Bock ,, Work. • Fleve & Sdh 206 Wasbn.'Ph. IJeerhl. 12ti;c-fp HAIRCUTS , FOft' the entire family, at Earl's -Shop, W; Church. Two Tjarbers. ' ' ' 71tfc -fp OL"D PAPERS — lOc per bundle, ^afHedwood Journal. 85tfx^ .oPHOTO SUPPLIES DEVELOPIlSfG . jjfi'RINTlJJG &£ENLAHGmG Co9»{il'ete Line 01 Photo Supplies Watch, Clock & Camera Repairing • iPhoto Headiiuartets • •"",160 E. Standley—trkiah '-"Next door to the • Journal" fyerry's Photo Supplies Automotive Work BODY and.lender, painting, glass, overhaul, expert repairs of every kind. Prompt stsrvice. Tow car on call. . Vevodo Motor Sales School & Smith > Phone 370-"W ______ estfcfp Empire Roofing Co. Prompt Service Free Estimates All types roofing expertly applied , Repair Work Our Specialty. All work guaranteed. Gen. Del., TaUnage; phone 827-M 4tfCrfp SJHOP AT HOME AND SAVE Watkins Products BETTER QUALITY AND VALUE FOR YOXm MONEY If you would 'like a W?tkins man , to call on you. phone 387-M, or drop a card to 127 No. Dora J. R. EDGAR 70eoTc Ufelah Van & Storage Co Local and statewide MOVING Phope i40^J. Ukiah • 4/14mcfp 7H. Runkel, Roofing 2S'-'YEARS' serving Mendocino, •Humbblvit; Lake and Sonoma counties. All kinds of roofing -expertly applied. Asbestos shingles. Asbestos siding. Asbestos build-up roofs and comp. roofing. lilW. PERKIlJS ST., UKIAH .Phones: Office 102, or 531 . 86tfc-fp Northern Qolif, Movers v.: & Builders BWILDING & CONSTRUCTION *Mqving, Raising Foundations .Telephone 484, Ukiah, Calif., 70tfc-fp FOR RENT—New Eureka vacu- 'fift| clieaner with all attachments, and Johnson electric floor pol- •i^fer. Home Market, 113 South ^State. phone 25. 70eoT man and wife. Let us do your spring housecieaning.'We do ev- 'Brything; good references. Write Owen D. Evans, Gen. Delivery, •«telah. 202t2c FPR.SALE—Two-door Chevrolet •isedan, 1937 model, excellent Qondition, owner-driven. Inquire t 328 North State St., Phone Oi2 -J, daytime, br; 487 Noyth ate St., Phone 870-W, eve- nliiigs. . i02t3c Business Opportunities drid Real Estate AllTO; COURT— 101 Highway. 10 , rentals, good hopie. Year round busiriesB. , "$15,O0O.\ down will • handle. . '. • " 1 ACRE and toome close in—r$iB400 MOUJSTTAIN RAIJ,CH -T -75 acres. 90 ACRES^Boonvtlle; $19,500. 80 ACRES—Albi6n. $15,000. HOME—2 rooms, large lot. $3500. 418 FEET on 101 Hiway, Home and,cabin. 4 acres. $6300. LADIES Health opportunity. Own your business.. Will train. Large gross. $2000. MOTEL—101 Hiway, new, incomplete. • Many business listings at this and other offices of O: R. SKAGGS 344 No. State St. Ph. 83-W. '99t3c l.P. Gus 4^^. Appliance Co. Mason & Standley ''Phone 1000 0'Keefe<&. Mefritt Rahgi^s Own Your Own Tank Gas Is Cheaper- Hot Water ?Heafers .V Restaurant Griddl6s and Ranges Roper Kitchen Ranges Heaters and Floor Furnaces SERVICE IS OXm MOTTO TryUsI Uitfc-fp MERK RADIO SHOP the old reliable * • : Sales — Service — Satisfaction Opposite'iFhe^ter, Ukiah 49tfc^p Bechtol's Paint Store Buy Your Paint From a "Painter WALLPAPER — PAINTS 109 So. State. Phone :i93. 54tfc-T FOR SALE—Registered Purebred Polled Hereford bull. 1500 lb., 6 yrs. Phone 74i: 102t3p FOR SALE —, Modern dwelling, large corner lot, three bedrooms, *din/ng room, living roonii, breakfast room, kitchen, one bathroom, Showei: room. Hardwood floors, oil furnace, three garages. Price $16,000. Terms. LARKIIJ J. YOUNCE • Preston Bldg., Ukiah 102t6c LOST—^Brown billfold containing personal pictures. Reward, Phone 9F2. POTTER VALLIiyr-4 !4wh ;.3,l —Mrs, P.[ ,B. .JKosterpian, .jifc^cii NesyjriaP >and.,polempi?,;9aiBLnigt ,eit ?p^nt)BpRt,,af,;:tb?. Bastecf-wpelc ya-; cation rvlsititigtiifri^nd^.^^nd xels' tivjss in_'PijjE^a,si\diJ^r9jata.j 'ikfrs, ,A.''SpffltaW ;094 ?n,d. ^er ^^n(^ch?fdren, ,jQann^^d Billy, .Le?iF<'j.<,wpre„guestS!iQl San Fran4' Cisco, ^nd $)u\ J9;5p n^at^Lves durjj^gi part of.^tJie'Baster yflca^jjfi,, ,> \^ f ..iMK.oandjiMr^. Ofyil}e,vFrqst^and Mr. .apdj'M«s.;.T^jd .Sm^py s^tu^prj d fpm,8n ii^tereS'tmg weetc spent' "'n.soy^hef.^i.Cjii.itprnia. *' ' ' qhar ,les ,WajJace attended the hign sc^h^*^,prin9te?ls; ^nveptofx p^\d last ^eek^^n ^^n Jranjii^co. • Beverley, /B9b^by ^and^^'jpic^d Nprj;js, wre gu,est5 ..of jLajjtonLVille relativesl^st, vveeOs-, u 'v.J • I ^r^, B^'R J lngelsUprt,Mrs^.r'¥^ Westerman were, .vj^eekend visitors' •to San Francisco and Berkeley. Cards :'have ;baen received jby Potter frienas of Mrs.. B. B. rBen- nett announcing: the. marriage m Santa Rosa of .their idaughter.Wini-, fred to Bill Jennings King .of Vl:Salia. The. newly weds will live in the remodeled ,cottage on the Ben-, nett ranch here altet they return from a.-honeymoon In Monterpy. Miss Evelyn Whitcomb came up from San Francisco tp be bridesJ maid for Miss Bennptt. ReeHJ.Fam^worth. IS: now driving a fine new Chevrolet pickup. Mr. and Mrs; Lloyd Hughes came home Monday night from a trip which included Boulder,Dam, Pf -o oiTV -^i • ....-"'^"Pi Grand Canyon and Death Valley! ^oroal sSk^Bbx^'lVa^B '''^'^ accompanied by their J^gM^h loltl daughter-in-law, Mr. and oven, Venetian blinds, aluminum covered. Perfect csnditibn. Sacrificed. Can be seen at Collis trailer Court, Cloverdale. P.O. Box 461. 102t3p ;'SALE—HbUsehold furniture, iEWnrude outboard motor, ABC Washing machine, garden hose, vacuum cleaner, tools, etc. 441 Clara St., Phone 96S-W. 102t3c Fpil'SALE—<3uest house, close in Ho^business district. Nine rentals, three baths and owner's apai-t- ment. Monthly income from rentals $350. Price $20,000. Very reasonable, terms. b\RKIN J. YOUNCE PRESTON BLDG.- UKIAH ^n-:,. 102t4c ' ^STlS^SlSi 'te'; FOUNb^-et-of keys.-0^r may ST .?1fa(?^!^^^ltntt i/V m?n sfecureat Journal by identifying , arid paying for this ad: 102t3c WiftSJTED—Secretary fOr law of- ^— •fice, ability to take dictation re- nimred.- Write Box 1024, Red- iSvood Journal. 102tfc TRAILER FOR SALE—30-foOt 3- room Glider with dolly and electric brakes. Sleeps four adults., „ „ , „ Hot water, gas range with large 1^'*" . Geneva , Chmstofferson Mrs, >Robert Hughes of Modesto. Harriett Shimmin rand SToe'SurJ ton of yuba City spent Easter YOUNG MAN 18-22, singl^Tfree to travel entire U.S. Excellent opportunity with high earnings. See E. Travis, 101 Motel, Pvm. 4, 5 to 7 p.m. • , I02tlp FOR SALE—1946 Ford 4-door sedan, radio, heater, overdrive. $1795? Mrji. M.' BroWn, Redwood Valley^Phone 34Y3. 102t2x FOR SALE—Model A '29 2-door J^an, good tires and motor. «$150. lllA Leslie St, 102tlp ^P^,»ALE~-3a Plymouth Coupe, »,4V motor. Good condition, radio. <ftl7- North Main St 102t3p SALE—Spring tooth, 2 bars I ISnteeth, for Ferguson Ford. $45 'PhDne Potter VaUey 14F21. 102t3p WANTED—A used flat .rimmed Jsink. Phone Potter Valley 14F21. 102t3p FOR SALE—Universal apt. size ; refrigerator, $60. A. P. Joyner, Observatory near So. State. _! ] 102t3p T]HB WINNER of ourEXCELGIS igift tJiis week is Mrs. S. R. 'Davina. Beriins Pharmacy. 102tlc FOR SALE — SMearly new home, beautifully ffirnished. Immediate possession by owner. 336 _West Mill. . 102tlc FOR SALE—Modern 1-bedroom home close in. Large lot, new chicken house, capacity 500 hens. Young fruit trees, berries, garden and shrubs. Price $6000. Phone 1515J.' i02t3p WANTED —Plowing and discing, vineyard, field or small lots. Call 1521-J or 243 E, Gobbi St 96tfc* 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, 5»Thtfc-fp and famUy. Wayne' Vamum, Hal: Marshall, Helen 'Eddie, - Tilda Guhtlyand Rose Knighten returned' Sunday to. their, studies at Santa Rosa Junior College after spending'their vacation -with Potter relatives.' Don Ghwstofferson, a student at the University of California, spent the weekend here with'his mother. A large crowd ^attended -.thei Grange potluck supper Saturday; night. On the committee were Messrs. and Mesdames Clyde Eddie, Clarence Harvey, Joe Wilson, Virgil Noman, Clyde Graves, Vfer., non Leard' and- Herbert Pickle. ; Carol Coker and Christine* Wal-. lace had their tonsils removed last week. Mrs. Lawrence Clark, Mrs. Fern Hees and-Mrs. Clarence Harvey attended the community concert committee dinner in Ukiah Monday night. . Janet Powers and a friend from San Francisco spent last week with Janet's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Walker. • The committee-which worked . SQ hard and tSarnestly for the Infantile Paralysis fund, raised $324. Mr, and Mrs. Charles T.omlin and Marsha were San Francisco visitors a few days last week, • A baby girl, named Mary Kay, was,^orn.Tuesday, March 23, to DISPATCH DEMOCRAT B. A ; COBER . , PulJlUher PublUhed eaeh Friday sf 120 E J |3tandl4 )'i' St., VklBh,; Mendocino Oounty, Califbrnia. , SUBSCRIPTION RATES; 'I iPei'Year, ^ 42.50 Three Months iGo.e'Month X Months. l;5tf m , . m Single Cobles to Ifon-Sub-fti scrlbers, 10 ?6nts CemniercUit AdTcrlUinir Ratei; Readera, 20c per Jline insertion,' lUe cpei* Iln9> each i^uf^iiequent insertiofa. Headers set in 7 noint type, which Is the body of Ttliis hewspaper. For Sale Mode O'Day Frock Shop Fte,ures I . Dl-csses^ Blouses,' Ungetie, {, Hosifery fnd Uniforms 328 No, Stat* St, i Phone nQ2.i , ' 94tfC Try FORD AMM0N;IUM SULPHATE fdr your lawn AvaUable in lO apd SO-lb. sacks Mendocino Motor Sales go. State at MUl. Ph. 400. 3-4mlc .SUGG PHILO,liMtt«!h a7,v-.LaSt <i(week llwas Easter ftfteatitm.'and.'tr6vel.il?i| or^flsed throii^'thewslley, as-w^il afritrips mad^ by residents. Among thps^.'W i^pi^pii iil9ater''.Aw8y}'!irgm^^ l7Pj *6, tjjf^^ -,jpie.(4rqd$ ilVelie? jf^sh^. iiniii,i.^to.»*i^ riohiidci^; ^l^lie 4mn, i^BlJl, 'Oni^, Jax\et, ^^y^ motottcdniHo ,iJIVarf4Pg{on ,to .,visl*j ii!SWet !Csmiltes.'']hoved iromtQhilcr' ;thl8 i wfeefc ;'ja ?ieriMcCorMick«,i!5<*0;, 'hia^fe Weeri 'toployed.'at the nWIWB; Indian <ir6ek mill, left to make tbsJr Jioine'A?^ Bj»^ Mi3\j)txt?JJRii aiear.;Ppdd<ng.,;TJt^e ofber .^anote •Vfas .1*jet'^t»)toB, •j\'{)s.sre.'iDoyfe»ife(tq Sgoon^JUe ,to bp.filq^eruto Mr. Bohn's work. is' ^B}o:^ed i^t tbe ,.:^Ii-.,.and,Miri ,Bplp}ii-?iV»thfKell !9jtf Mdaughtpr t?w¥' /!pi»;.visiting Wfes, tWithei-pU's^mpther, Mrs j(|oj>i| ii.se.JP,etprsQn, 4il\)s,w?ek((, u,; /- Mrdra*©uaz''*.'HStch'cocbs<iof.'.Sari FianaiSco is spending the \>6^W. with her mother, and father, Mr. and Mrs. W.'McPliail of Philo. , ' Another valley visitor was Mrs. JBmes Splerlng an^' iiaughter Sue. Mrs. Spiering is the former Ojgr- aldme Wilson, daughter of the J. R.,Wilsons,of BoonvUle.i: Theregular meeting-ofiihe Redwood Reb^ah Lodge - was •-heli •Tuesday nighti with plans for the ;monthly - card 'ipartyi: discusspd, wliioh is open to the public a^dj will be held at the high school Saturday night, April 3. This is a series of whiat" parties,; all .of which are popular with everyone:' Prizes are Always given for high and low and many'other scoitesi' and refreshments are served.. Fol,-, lowing the meeting,, pies of ; B U kinds, 'were..served.. Refreshments committee, n^eipbers Joy ..the'eve-' ning were Gertrude.^ Beiliy, „ Lif^' lian McKinney, Thelma CoUinsj^ Mary Rigdon and Charmian Ward: •Up .for.. Easter: vacation• .frorn- Eagle Field are Mirs. Alma B, Sawer.-and Migs Harriet Sawyer, both •teachers .at the Eagle Field schools. They are staying at their ranch, El Rancho Navarro. Jdmes Farrer, 'who >ii-aftendrnfe' Santa. Rosa Junior College, is spending Easter vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. -Ernesi Farrer. i'. • : " • • • '.' SAVE MONEY —See Fred Howard, "V" rustic siding, cement i,work, , foundationis,* movihg; wrecking, pliunbing, hardwajre,, electric, wiring, rooflng„paintine,^ paperhangmg,' pressure pumpsj floor Sanders by ,Hour or day' For Sale' FOR sHt^^^^Siriglfr^^^ trailer, $40r63-galv electric iw*-. '"'cHbes. Phone 385 or"ll59-W. 99tfc IMMEDIATE DELIVERY — Water heaters, floor furnaces and ranges ior propane-butane. Epoi- nomical bome and farm tank gds units.; L. P. Gas & Appliances/ Phone 17-J. Mason and Standley .jitye^. _ -K.„,-^ .^^ 7ttfc 11$ LcsUe St., Cfeo. Jtean TMiAtt 3,Cfi[EgKS^Npw to-stock at iwtoii'iffomrnal.''«fficfe. Gd .your.^jjprl^erVVr 76tfy ®3»i'|^ou' iJ|#»6ur triftUic>d| Pr«nin5 Supplies For Rent FOR >HENT-£-Apartment.' Suitaible for 2. Phone 80-R; Ukiah. 99tfc FOR RENT—Rooms withTbidSJ Also single room. 406 Henry :Stj lOOtfc ROOM FOR RENT—Reasonable 734 No. State St., Uklah. 100t3c FOB, HEN,T-T-Three room. modeSi apartment;.-2<bedsivnice kitchen, S20 South State St. 3/2axAlc ROOM FOR RENT—Private berth. 'Gentleman only. Call.83-W or eea-W. > - . - ioit3c i.panl^afWs '-No.^ , . Ti >e3pds3 <til<»ti^s j^.PHOyEpT, jpur . BTopesty with ' • 0"du )NJta^ Bifens,' :piriato4.<6n sign 'cloQiJ.f^iOBd: ©;.$2J80{-'^13, $3.hor i«wr' , - ,v. Kiug. ....j-v v.. ,• ZRihlexwiBhwaCelseyyille 17-Y-3. UKIAH ^^AR*<d |R5 CLUB ufflmMG FJWEB -"^e h^ Call7?0 : 41tfc -in stock and maintain the largest and most complete line of light-' Ing. fixtures in Mendocino,, and L'alce cbimtlifear''':'".^ ROBERT L. BECKER < 731 So. State St. Ukiah, Calif. 104tfc': WANTED— Small dieseldonkey with mainline drag not less than 1200 ft.' Pbbne James'W, Field, Logging Conti'actor, 782rJ Ne-, vada City, or 'write 327 Sacramento St. there,, ' .« 101t4c tHiTiWEEKTrSPECrALS 1948 FORD Super 4 dr. sedan. Radio, heater, defroster and spotlight. A clean car that • was,, $1895.. OfiEered as this Special at onlyc—$1798 1041 OHEV Coach, original paint, a beauty, come ,in. and see it. • 1940 FORD DfeLUXe sedan; 1 1940 CHEV.Coach, Radio & heat^i 65^,a really clean car 1939 S'TUDEBAKER Club Coupe, Radio and Heater - ' ^ 1937 CHEVv Coach; -a -clean car, good rubber, and just overhauled 1936 CHEV Master Seddn, Heater 1932 CHEV Sedan, one of, the . cleanest older cars in town ; COMfAlS THE QUALITY'AND CONtoraON OF THESE USED -GARS'WITH ANYONE'S AND YOU WILL SEE THAT THIS IS TRULY "THE HOME OF FINE USED CARIS" EMPIRE MOTORS. 750 So. State St., Ukiah "The Home of Fine Used Cars". 101t2c _^;^Mi*gfeii««^^ LEAvSfcTloiWSfclS^^ List with Strout. 44tfc HOOFING AND IHSULATION our Specialty^ Johns-lsianville products; «o Job too ibig, aione itoo smtjl. Herman Buidcel.iPh. 102. SEE''the 'hew fAmerlc&n Shuftle-"- board now being 'played at the •BM&y Bee., -'1 ' lOltSc Webd Killers, KILLS morning glory, pi^ weed, all broad-leaf wfeeds. Cost as loV as $2.75 per atre. • Enquire at our Feed Dept. , UKIAH FARMERS CLUB ' • . , Call'723 lOOtOc •THE KEY SPOT • Keys,' locksmith,' guns, ^saddles, -awnings, general repairing, leatlier and sporting goods,, ^arr. deri plowing, lawn.mower.sharp­ ening. Phone 937-W, 110 W. Clay, TOtiah. 3-18-2mc STEAM CLEANING.on any type of machine. Latest eauipment. PoVtable >for operdtion anywhere. Clean up now. COWAN. EQUIPMENT CO.,SPhoile la -W- lOltec FOR SALE .T- 1937 DeSoto sedan with overdrive; reasonable; Box 603 Boonville,' or' phone 2664: NeV painf'jpb.' lOltSp FOR 8ALE.^.22 Repiington<Sport- jnaster xepeatihg rifle, model 12.1 Perfect condition, $25. See at 461 No.'State St. .' • • 101t3p For' Healthy Green Lav/ns LI'VESTOCK AUCTION — '9nd ;Mrs. Richard Wirt. LOST— male golden cocker span- 'iei. Reward for Information or .-•return. Phone 18, Talmage ' 102tlp FOR SALE—Ford IVi ton truck .with 10 foot flat rack or 5th • wheel, new motor, air brakes, 2 •speed axle. Inquire 145 E. Men- Idocinq_St;,JWTllits^_ l62Up FOR SALE—1 New 37^ h,p, GM ^win Diesel motor. 2 75kw AC i220-V 3-phase generators. $7500 'full price. Will not sell separate;iy, Nash Logging Co., Box 69, •PhilQ, Calit ; .. 102t3u "1 JUS'f'RECEIVED LARGE SHIPMENT ELECTRIC MOTORS !W H.P; Split Phase 19:95 U/4 .H,P. Split Phase - 16,75 ;W H.P, Capacitor 38.25 >V4 H,P. Hepuls. Induct. 39,80 Montgomery Ward & Co. S9hool '& Perkins. Ph. 622.,l(18tlc FOR PALE—Rug 9'-10', Beige, A-1 ioondition. Ward vacuum olean- 'coridition $15; Ward vacuum ^cleaner $15; Record cabinet $5; »PWonograph-radio, table model, ^OT an automatic record chang- ler, $15; Sold separately as stated ;or all together for $45. Sold sep- •arately as stated or all together :for $45, Call at 260 Puie St„ before 3 p.m. 102tlp BtlY- SELL - TRADE THROUGH THE CLASSIFIED COLUMNS Tuesday at" Ukiah Auction Yard, Phone 690-W for information and truck service. 89Th-tf ROY HURT GENERAL CONTRACTOR FOB SALE—2 nearly new houses. Venetian blinds, hardwood firs., patios. Also will build according to your plans. 194 Luce Ave Phone 4S8-J. 4-lmc* FOR SALE — Man's bicycle. Inquire 925 W. Standley St. 102t8p FOR SALE—Lumber, $25'M,'2x4 'si| 2x6's. Crofoot Lumber Co., 1 mile north of Forks, Highway 20. 4-5-mc rbR~SALE—1946 civilian jeep pickup. Perfect condition; top and curtains; private o-wner. 336 West Mill St, 102tlc FOR SALE—Boar Pig, 7 months. T, A. H. Rawles, Redwood Valley. Phone n-J-io2t3p SElWING WANTED — Furniture slip covers, altering, repairing. 617 'Orove Ave, I02t6p LOS T —Brown wallet containing cash, keys, pink slip, driver's license. Finder keep money and mail wallet to Eedwood Journal. 102t3p FOR SALE—Packard Bell cob- bined hand wind and electric portable phonograph. Excellent condition. Phone 247R; 102t3p FOR SALE—1947 Hariey Davidson «1 0,H.V., excellent condi- Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Manning spent the Easter ivacation vritb Mrs. Maniiing's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Harry Hopper. Mrs, Percy Whitcomb and Mrs, Bob Whitcomb. were Santa Rosa shoppers Tuesda.y.. j -.i Drl and Mrs; Treadwell and daughter lof San Luis Obispo -spBht the weekend, at their ranch here. Sam Bagley of Richmond < has returned fromj.EUreka and is the guest of 'his son-in-law and:daugh.; ter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Marshall^ • Mrs.: Margaret Byrnes 'Vlalted the elementary ..school Tuesday. Mrs, Lawrence Clark tatight for er husband Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. R, Ingels and Mrs. P.- B. .;Westerman attended he Cultus Club concert in 'Ukiah Tuesday evening. Miss Shirley Maunder of Oakland spent Easter week with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs, Deike, Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Maunder came up and spent the weekend in Potter. Mr. and' Mrs. Floyd Hughes mo'^d into'^heir new home Wed- itesday. •' ' VISIT JN HEALDSBURG . Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Green, Clara avenue, spent the Easter weekend in Heaidsburg with their daughter's family, 'the-R. F. "Fletchers. Susan and Stephen Fletcher have beenspending sometime with the 'Green's here while their mother recuperated from surgefy performed early m March. She is the former Frances Green of Ukiah. Her husband, now oh the high school faculty in 'Healdsbuf-g, w'as ' a 'teacher in Ukiah. FOR SALE--1 Elecfrolux refrig- FORD AMMONIUM SXp-HATB efatdr.H.'Ei'Brittihgham, Potter ' • now available at. v ; ,, VaUey, Calif. . 1013tp MondocihO Motot Solfes IT PAYS TO TRADE IN UKIAB So, State at MiU ^^OO. '8-^mlc • FOR-SALET^Qne "22" cffteaJiliar •^raptor 'iri exceUent' c.otid.ibon; Alsb a 1>2 hyHriiilic'd'6zer,jused 'Very little. Bartbloinei' Brds., Talmage, dklif.' Phone 'Ukiah 8-F-2. • > 3-25mlp FOR : SALE— 1940 Dodge IVfe-ton truck, stockracks. See at G.&W. Garage. Tipper Lake. lOltSp LEGAL NOTICE ' A(#te df Cnllfornia ' partmcnt of -Public Wm VOTICED TQ.CONTnACTORS ' TRAILER HftUSE FOR SAI^P T-^ .1940 ;model :16rft. §ch\dt;" jqash- or 'leriris.r fionio Auto Goiiirt.' " ..V'';'-;'--.''^'- lOOtSp FOR .SALE^i^-Cliesteirfleld se'i'^fekr ' fibnable;. can be ;Se,en at •fafni hbuse at •Mendodirio St&te Hbs- ...» ....... ..,6—. w. —P4l5^ Talmagj. igOtSc nnce with. the. •.spoplflcatlpna there- FOR SALE.—Approximately 2 tons; f^. ,.,^.„u special, rec.or,enoe:, .is of oat .'bay. $30. Barkd-i;'Box St.- Ores 133-B, 'Rlver jldi; TJkiah. 100t3c Building, -'Saoramonto; California,' qntll .3 o'clock p,m, on April 28, 1948, at rwhich time thojf will-be publicly opened .anfl read In the Asaiiriibly Boom o£ said building', for con struotlne State Highway in accprd for, to whloh iTiade,; as .loUows ; Mppdoolnp . County, at Cireeic, U.? miles south of Point Arann .(•I-Men-CB'-A). about'fi.ve- lenths ;,<iO,6) ;mlje In Icnerth-to bo gl-aded, surfaced with road-rolxqa Surffiotnff and'a seal coat to be ap- ""sfds are required for the'entire FOR SALE-^-rpiece bedroom set wotk deacrlbea horeln, Avith Sealy box' spring and pjat- tress, $100; dming table and FOR SALE-i-Rug, daybed^mirror, .lampj^;2 pillows for balance.due at $10;month. :805 W. Clay, after 5, phone 482-W. , 100t3c LEGAL. NOTICEi SUMMONS • '" No.. 15557 Action brought m the Superior Court of tlie State of Calil'orniai: in and for the County of Mendot cino, and the complaint Hied ir|. the office of the Clerk of said County of Mendocino. BURKE & RAWLES, Ultiah, California, ' . Attorneys for Plaintiil. type Mrs. Claire Seeley went to Mineral Friday with her son Bill, a student of the Chico State College, who took part in the weekend tion. Mrs. Dale Hoover, 572 P^rk 'skiing. They were accompanied by Blvd. 102t3piher son Ronald. tri the SUPERIOR COURT of the STATE OF CAOFORNIA, in and for the COUNTY OF MENDOCINO. 'HAJ I RV'• HAINES, Plaintiff VS! MARY'E, liAINES, Defendant. TTie People'bf the State Of ' ' Califbrnia SBnd Greetings'To: MARY E. HAINES, Defendant. YOU ARE HEREBY DIRECTED TO APPEAR '-and answrer thjp Complaint in tbe action entitled • as above, brought against you in the Superior: Court- of the State of California in and for the County of Mendocino, within ten da.rs after the Service on you of this Summons—if seryed within this County; or within thirty days if served elsewhere. And >0u are notitled that unless you appear and answer as above required, the said plaintiff will take judgment for any money or damages dsmanded in -tlie Cohi.: plaint, as arising upon contract, or will apply to the Court for any: other relief demanded in said Complaint, .; Given under my hand and the Seal of the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Mendocino, this 17th day oi March, 1948. CSEALl W. J. BROADDUS, 3-20-2m County Clerk, In''accordance with the provlslijns of Section 17,70 of the L^ibor Code; the Department of'PuMIc 'Works has nsoertalned. -the treneral prevnillnR rate of wages appUfablB tp the work to >be xlone to be a.'> fjllows: , nitu . ClBMlflcntlon per honr Apprentice oiler, power shovels .or.oi'anaf ...., $1.65 Blaster-Powderman .,.. 1,65 Boxman or'mixer box operator (concrete or -asphalt : plant) l.SO Carpenter 2.00 Cement flli'sher 1 (Journeyman) li.1)2B Concrete mixer operator (up : to.ono'yard) . ..i; i, .•. 1,76 O'incretc mixer operator (over one yard.and onvlng type). 2.05 DerrloK operator ,, 1 ., 2.2B Flroraan r|n hot plant .•,,,(,,, 1,75 Elaflrman l-IO Laborer 1.30 8 11 aiatrtbutor ;bootman 1.421 pern.tor ot jaokhammers-vibra- tors and air,' BUS and electric •tools , ,-, 1... , , , .', .„,.',' Il526 Operator of power shovel •fcnd/or other excavating eflulpment wHh'Shovel \. controls Cup to and in- oludiner one yard) Z.2G :Oi>eratori of, .power shovel . ' and/or other'excavatine equipment with shoveltype controls (over one yard) ,,. .2.40 Power grader operator (power planer, motor patrol or any .'type power -blade) 2,25 nfilntoielnp steel worker .... 2,0» Holler'Operator 2,10 Tractor operator 2,101 Truck: driver .(18 cubic, yards •water level capacity or ' TOOre) u .. ,. , , .1.8625 Truck driver (34. cubic yards *. nnd Jeso-;than-l-S ^ublc-yards ,, »lBX.a- ,level capacity) 1,7,376^ pOR Triick driver (8 cubic.yards nnd less than M cubic yards • water- level capacity) .1 i... ,1.675 Truck .driver (4 jjublo yards - a'nd iloAa tlian 8 cubic yards = -witer leveV onpaoltyl .•., ,,1,4876,: "frudk driver (less than 4 ' cilblo yimdsiwater level capacity) ., .• v,... '1,40 ' Any: 'olassltlcWJon omitted . h6;ftiln not less than ,-., ,;•,',';' 1,30 Overtime—ono and one-h-p.lf (H<.> ' tlni'es the above rates,'Sundays n'n3'hdlldaVs—one -tirifl one-; half (1^) times the nbovo ratesi ''Plans ' may W "6e«n,' aind frirms oi > pr6)5osais, bonds; cbntfacjt, and flpeolflcatlons may be obtained at the oftlce of the State ' Hlfrhway Engineer. Public Work*- Bulldlner. Sacramento, California, and they may be'seen at the'offices of the District, BnB'noers at I JOB AngelSa and San Francisco, at the office ot the •District ISntrlneer of the District In which the work Is situated.- and at the office ot'tho Associated, Gem era! Co'.'itractors In San Francisco, chairs, $25; blue CheSterfield'set $50. Call n26-M. ^lOOtSc FOR SALE—Four view lots, -2/8 acfe e&cb.'-ilear Ukiah, utUiUes available, $1250 each; ' Call 112e-M. ' -^•' M0t3c FOR SALE — Two-piece chester- fleld set. 800 Grove St., phone 673-R. , , I lOOfrSc BOOK MATCHES — Personal;or (for.-business; Order- from- the :Redwond Joumnl. . . SOtfr HOLZ CO. Used Equipment Dept. ofters.some very fine savings in wheel tractors—"Track Layers." Tractor-drawn and Horse-drawn Discs, Harrows and Plows • - . --• • • :59tfc RJVBBITS jFOH SALE :— Good breeding , stock. :Jbe " Mai^iJh, Bbbfaviile road. '". ' ' lOftSp FOR SALE--^.tewart-Wariier re- ,,frigerator, 7 cubic feet. Phpne 18." Mrs. Garvey. 99t3p FOR SALE-i-Propagate'd carnation plants, choose • your favorite colors. Er Ltipano Nursery, first house on'j'igirt oh Orr's rSprings •Rd. Phone '663.-W.. , 10Qt4p FOR SALE— f *",!W<>ol -flags'' ' ;Fleece Twine . AU.;j3beepmen's., supplies.; UKIAH FARMERS GLUB : lOOtee FOR S ALE^I^dy's, set of. 2 golf,hag§^ ;6 clubs, 4 bfllls. IVjIrs.-F. C. j^rennep, Washington SU phone 1023-W..; lOOtSp FOR - 9ALE.:,— Shin^e mUl and power plant, with Hansen machine, 'Nearly' new; Excellent condition. Address: P.O.Box 178; phone 708, Fort Bragg. 3-.8mp Give 'your IdWn a Spring Dressing -Of FORp XMMONHTM SULPHATE t^ttd fs-made In ftodordttrtce-with 'iho So. State jit IfflllvPh. .4P0.; ,.3-4mlc rn»|.<?U'}?loat«*u''n'dl;' LABELS ,-;:lpr wine bottles Vr other purposes, plain or lanpy; wide selection to choose from. The Red:W(<od Journal. tfx Lost and Found Section 2 of the Standard ^peoinoa- tlons. Paoh bidder .muitt be licensed and also preffUallfled as required by law.. (See said Proposal Hequire- ments and Conditions.) The Department of Public 'Works •reserves the right to reject any or nil bids. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. DIVISION OF HiGirn'Ays, Q, T, McCOY, State HlKlnVRy Mnglnorr, Dntcd April 2, llMfi, 4-2, !), lii. STRAY SHEEP — 8 on Benson place over 1 year. Owner may have same by paying for this ari ;and pasture, F. Bricarelli phone 234 or 284. 100t3c CARS FOR SALE— 1947 Packard 4-door sedan. 1946 International 1-ton-.ipickup. 1S40 Ford Tudor. 1939 Chevrolet: 4-door. , -1937 i Nash 4-door sedan. - W37 Paokard 4-door,sedan.. 11935 Olds 4-doo)r sedan. Mark King Garage :903 So. state St. - .- 99tfc FOR SALE—1930'Chevrolet se-, . dan. Phbhe 9B5-W; " lOltSo: Real Dependability IN USED CARS Is what you're offered when ,1 ' 'you buy at Cox & Ford USED CAR LOT 301 So. State St. Phone fl77-W. 96tfC ,.'1?35 Revrolet coac^,-. 1936 Pontiac sedan. 19.39 Olds business coape. 3937 GMC truck. 1936 Plymouth sedan. 1934 Chevroletcoupe. 1935 Stude sedan. Vevodo Motor Sales Schoial & .Smith. Ph. 370-'W 86tfc ' T. FOBUSOH • COMST^UCTIOH^CO. Commercial, Ind.ustriaI/.Segidenti61 and Concrete .Construction i • For free eMtmates call 1126-M! or .write P.O: Box 52. tJkiqh. •, 96tfc A. G.Kessinqer ' i WELL DRILLING 581 No. Dora.: Ph. MT-H. ' 20tfff Velma's Child Care LEAVE your chiiorei) - while you Shop, dine or dance. Boarding. Phone 924-W, -404t.Glarav,Ave, - ,- •/-•>..-..-•.;.:;-..:•-;:-,• • ...v.....SPtfC GUILTY!— y6s, We have been accused of . Producing the World's Finest Quality EXTRACTS, SPICES, MEDICINES, COSMETICS,' HOUSE- HOLIX and Farm Liafi Prod- uncts; "The best has loj^ since . beea proved to be the cheapest in the long run.' As 'a result, more 'and more customers are trading with us. ^ ' •THE J. R. WA^KiNS iCa . OLDEST — luVRaEST ' 80-year-old — $15,000,000 xoncjam 150 Branches T — 15,000 iJealers Your Dealer: - . TED W. MITCHELL Rte. I, Box 75; Ukiah r Phone 10-Jr3 • • 3-lmlp i ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTIHG- John.-WUson. 810 McPeak St. .50tfc PHYSIO-THERAPY Your Program for Health,ai^d! , Beauty ;.„, • , -. START TODAY! , Treat Yourself to Better Health . and a Lovely Figure. Thousands have obtamed gratifying results for I tlie. relief' of Arthritis, : Neuritis, Lumbago, Sciatica, Palsy, Muscular Soreness, Sprains, Figure Slendeiiz- ng. ••• Electro-Vapor Baths "•: Swedish Massage .•; Jeromatic Spot Reducing • Ejtercycle ' ' >" Contourette Slenderator Infra-Red FOR SALE.el937 cab-iover-engipe, ii.na-xveu lp-\Vhefcl job, :$795. See Dan 20 Years'Experience Through This Cohen, phone 679 or 933-W. 97tfc "^Modern StiL Metlfod FOR SAL&-.1946-Ford 4-door se- Sjiecial RateS'on iCoWrsea.i .dan; radio, heater, ove^drivcv -.-EDITHE.-BELL..Masseuse j§17gS., Phpne ,34TYr3. .. 10.0t4c Member MacFadden He^th Assn. F.OH, SALE-^1942 Chevrolet 4!x4 205 N. Oak St., Pbone.,218. O^lmc truck m good condition.' 12-ft. ,Tl .i» •C.^ih* r^AM*^*'-' flat bed with lumber roll. 80 Cat, » »porT center wide gauge, ready to work. Mall 255 North State ^, tihainiSaw, 3 ft. bar, new. 30-in.' HAS everything tor^ the jatWete, edeer, good condition. 1 set beU- "-'^™ ' ' hboks, miscellaneous mill equlp -J ro.ent. 661 N. Bush St., Phone 57Q-J, , lOOtSp FOR S 'AL&— 1929 Hupp 4-door se d^n,. 4 new 650-19 6rply tires. shotguns. :22 nmrnunition rifles, air I *iflle^ 46tfc SONOMA MATTRESS. WORKS of Cotati, Calif. new battery. Only 55,0Q0 miles. Let-us convert-that old mattress $175.00, D6« Hiilbert, Box 33, Potter Vallfey. ' lOOtSp Wanted to Rent WANTED — 2 -bedToom or more hbuse to lease, rent or buy. Prefer lease. Appreciate any infor- matioij-j Please .csll. Mr. Eren«an, manager, telephone company, .840.. : -S/lSmlp ' into a modern innerspnng. Box springs rebuilt. New innersprings and .box springs made to order. Tor information call Ukiah Rug Cleaners, phone '?27-W. • SStfc GARAGE OWNERS-JStandBTd repair order-books In stock at ' RedwoocI'Journal. ., .Sotfx postage or house for jpne i»dult, pertiianeht.-Call Ukiah 1. 97tfx CAiRETAkERS WANTm — For small ranch, prefer couple with income4 Write Box 1022, Red- ..woodjouriial. 100t4c AVAILABLE AT UKIAH-^Fran• Cbise for: well-established fai-m hiachineiy line. Address Box 1023, Redwood Journal. 100t3p MY ;be?iitiful ,t?bie?l,oto,) ajwns, shoppmg-bags, cap te sold to every..lady. . . Plastic Products 164 Grand Ave., Oakland.. 101t3c I ., . , Rpdio, Repairing v WANTED, TO RENT—Apartment,' ONE.-DAY service oSi all types otW — -_ 1 -.c_.. , ... home or auto radios. "'" PAUL O. NITSCH state. & Clay. Ph. 47-J. .7gtfc HOLZ CO. has avaUable at their dispos&l a Pumping Engineer who will be able to offer-any help in your pumping "dr Irrigation problems, no matter how large or small. " 56tfe TROUBLED WITH Lame Back, Stiff Neclc or Muscles, Arthritis ' Nervous Disorder? • ' ^ • ' TRY - • Scientific Massage T. CASSELiA . - - . ^^^^ Masseur ' WANTED—Housework by, day -or Calpella, Calif. 86tfc hpifr, .or_£are of.chUdren. Tele- CMXI/^ Wanted Employment phone 765-W. Call evenings. . ' - • 3/4mlt) WABTTEp — Land leveling exca'- vatirig, piling. I have equipment. to-level orchards. Plowing, disc-' ing "and all kinds of •tractor work. R. Whltafcer, Box 22, ph. 6-F.2, Potter Valley. S-Smlp SITUATION WANTED -• World *'«iP |-iiN» War I veteran, night wat<aiman, LETTERHEADS, envelopes, cards, dishwasher, Idtchen h.elper, booklets, programs, trespass no- • books, anything m the printing line. For first class work, modem type faces and prompt service bring your printing business to the Redwood Journal, SOtJx SEPTIC TAMKS & CESSPOOLS . pumped. Modem equipment .No mileage charge. Phene Upper Lake S2 between 8 fa.in. and 6 p.m., of write P.O. Box 220, Upper Lake. A.'E. SILVA JOtfc -PRINTINQ FOR OUICK, SURE RESULTS YOU CAN-r BEAT THE FAST ACTION OF THE WANT ADS! la a f( •A h a d i k pi cc fi: gE Pi <St rh Ni fo fii oi a| en fo th- Cc fei thi th< Cc foj op coi a : •i^i wi an in< Br of th( trs go< Ap Ze we

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