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FAOB BIX DISPATCH DBM0<3RAT, VKIAB, CALIFORNIA Four Confenderi For Congressional Post V *r> After first promising to develop into a free-for-all race jfpx the nomination for congressman from the First district, "ithe filings closed Saturday with but four candidates in the field, William G. Shackelton of Ukiah dropping out and At- <torhey Norman Johnson of*- : S^brt Bragg, who had an Jpecial ClCrkS To Register Voters ;nounced his intentions of en- iEering the race, fllmg instead '^Kt assemblyman from the First "olis'trict, composed of Del Norte, "Hiutnboldt and Mendocino coun- •^J.^he campaign for favor at tha June primary now begins witli tlie following, contenders: , Hubert B. Scudder of Sebastopol, former assemblyman and a ^Kej)i»blican, cross filed on the Re- .publican and Democratic tickets. ,',;Roland Webb of Petaluma, a 3iistice of the peace, a Republican, also cross, filed for both nomiria- . iRoger Kent of Kentfield, Marin 5»,unty, an attorney and veteran, a'jiempcrat who cross filed on the Democratic and Republican tickets. '..Sterling Norgard oit Ukiah, a farmer, a Demoprat who filed for tJip Democratic, Republican and Independent Progressive Party nominations. iti,Qt these candidates, Scudder and Webb filed their petitions in ,'Sonoma county; Kent filed in Marin county, arid Norgard split •;|(is filings three ways by filing^as avbemosrat in Marin, as a Tie- publican in Mendocino and as an Jrviependent Progressive (third party) in Humboldt coutity. : '• Attorney Johnson of Fort Bragg is seeking the assembly post to be .vacated by the veteran Mike ;6urns of Eureka, who has entered the race for state senator from !^jjmboldt county, the Third district. , ^Scudder taters the race for opngi'ess with the strong backing which won hini the endorsement cs^'the majority of the Republican central committeemen who met in tJlcIah several weeks ago. For your convenience County Clerk V/. ,7. Broaddus has named 62 deputy clerks throughout the county for the purpose of register­ ing'voters in their districts. The last day to register for the consolidated primary election of June 1 is April 22, and the last day to register for the school trustee election of May 21 is April 10. If you have changed your place of residence to one' outside your former voting district, or if you failed to vote in 1946 (at both elections) you must register to be eligible to vote at either of the above elections. lif in doubt see the deputy clerk in your vicinity. I. Corey Doran Of Nice Is Called •Fiirieral services for Mrs. Corey DBfkn of Nice, Lake county, were held from the Lairy Funeral Honje ol'X^keport Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock with J. A. Freeman of Ukiah oflficlating. Interment was at/Upper Lake. ' 5' Mrs. Doran passed away Saturday, March 27, after suffering a siidke the day before. Her family formerly were residents of Coyote valley, where they lived for several years before moving to Nice. Several of their children attended the Ukiah high school. Surviving members of Mrs. Dbran's family are her husband, Carhy Doran; Bernard Crutz of Guefneville Is her son, and the fallowing are. her daughters: Mrs. Everett'Spencer, Mrs. Melvln Badger,'' Mrs. Frances Pettltt, all of Santa Rosa; Misses Irene and Jaiinita Doran of Napa, and her young son David of Nice, She had six grandchildren. Many out of town friends came to pay their respects. : Pallbearers were William Schumacher, Jerry Naylord, Horace Sullivan of Upper Lake, Jaclt Pierson- and Charles Brltton.of Kelseyville, and a neighbor whose A^e was not given. Ukiah Modeleers In Weekly Tests ...Perhaps there are too many of our people who are unaware that the Ukiah Modeleers meet at the municipal airport every Sunday when the weather will permit and engage in their hobby of flying model planes. The club h&s 28 members and during the winter their interest has been kept alive by these weekly tests of skill, which is keeping them in practice for the coming meet at the city baseball park on Sunday, May 23. March 21 a station wagon load of modeleeis from Petaluma visit^'Ukiah, the company numbering 16,. with one member an enthusiastic lady flier. At the May meat here a number of women contestants are expected to take part. .'Officers of the Ukiah club are George Caldwell, president,. and Gene Learnard, secretary. MOVE TO NEW HOME 'Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Peterson are how occupying a new home on highway 20, adjacent to their shingle mill, recently established. Since coming to Ukiah from Idaho, they have been living with their son and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peterson on Luce avenue. They have two sons, EUner and Robert Who are associated in tiie mill operation. • Mr. and Mrs. Harry Butler, of Portland, Ore., stopped in Ukiah over the Easter weekend to visit Mrs. Butler's aunts, the Misses Nettie and Pearl Taylor and her cousin, Mrs Mabel Hirsch. Mrs. Butler was Miss Vivian Taylor and lived in Ukiah before her marri- County 'Clerk W. J. Broaddus, Sam Erlcksoh; Guy Redwine, Ukiah. Mrs. Florence Dodge, Ray E. Welsh, Henry W. Little, Angelo J. Penetenti, Charles' R. Weller, P. A. Stenberg, Vernon Lester Hanson, Fort Bragg. William P. Whitney, Wave D. Whitney, R. C. J. Sacry, Willits. Josephine Rudoni, Calpella; Vera A. Martin, Longvale; J. W. Wood- ruffi ' Laytonville; A. Harwood, Branscomb; Eugene H. Hale, Cummings; Mrs. Ellen L. Buchanan, Elk; J. T. Farrer, Boonville; Mrs. Madeline A. Haarby, Mendocino; R. E. Ledford, Talmage. Mrs. Leona Gabbert, Rockport; O. P. Gillmore, Point Arena; J. A. Gurhmerus, Comptche; Adolphe A. Grothe; Bell- Springs; William F. Happy, Briceland; Ethel V. Hiatt, Yorkville; S. D. Norton, Potter Valley; Lillian A., McKinney, Philo; -Mrs. lUeila A. Kh-k, Piercy; Mrs. Delitha M. Clark, Boonville; M. P. Metzler,, Hopland; P. W. Markham, Caspar; James F. McNamee, Clualala; J. M. Newgard, Albion; Allen P. Barnes, Navarro; G. R. Redwine, Covelo. C. M. Presley, Boonville; H. A. Rotermund, Nashmead; Margaret Gleason Sparks, Alta Van Dorn, Westport; Serena Davis, Cum. mings; K. B. McGuire, Caspar; Henry C. Bahnsen, E. Krahenbuhl, Edna P. Krahenbuhl, Dos Rlos; Mrs. Ethel V. Jeffreys, Spyrock; Mrs. Elva I. Pickle, Potter Valley; Mrs. Verdia L. Cooper, Rockport. L '-rc Elma L. Holloway, Manchester; Ed Haehl, Boonville; Boss Mayfield, Ho^ Springs; R. O. Foster, Talmage; A. N. Moore, Covelo; Candida Broglio, Calpella; E. W. Alunann, Laytonville; Pepha Hamon, Covelo; Lillian Silver, Laytonville; Violet A. Williams, Caspar; Mrs, Katherine V. Buckley, Redwood Valley. Ukiah Organizations Gather Support Favoring iiSgsnicipal Bali Paric Sale Robert Crawford Injured In Crash Robert Crawford of Ukiah and Philo was treated at the General hospital Saturday night for injuries received in an automobile accident on the Ukiah and Boonville road about one and one-half miles west of the Redwood highway intersection. Dr..,Glenn Miller attended nun. According to Crawford he was driving at 30 miles around a curve when his car swerved and hit a power pole. The investigating officers, found that he was driving too fast for the condition of the road and issued an arrest ticket. Crawford was also without a driver's license. Beryl Zarr of Cotati was with Crawford and escaped unhurt. A man from Mendocino by the name of Jackson picked Crawford up and brought hun into Ukiah and to the hospital. Talmage Has Sunday Date Sluggers +p Open Season On The Home Diamond The 1948 baseball season will open at Talmage Sunday afternoon with the mighty TaUnage Sluggers pitted agatost Molkenbuhr Brothers of San Francisco, the game to he called promptly at 1:30. Ceremonies of pitching the first ball of the seasfth will find Highway Commissioner Walter .Sandelin in the box, J. J. Garvey, business manage of M. S. H., receiving: and Dr; D. C. WilUams, superintendent, at bat. Umph-es will be Babe Tamborini at the plate and Paladini caling 'em at the' bases., , The Talmage lineup for the opening game Vfill be Laviletta at iirst, Wada at second,. Mosna at third, aijd T. Bartplomei at short. Guidi, Ottosen, Meyers and Harding will be the outfield. Scudero, Crane, H.. Bartolomei, catchers; Severi and Boster,' pitchers. Baird wil do the coaching and some relief pitehiing. In their game with the Mol- kenbuhrs last summer the Sluggers won, 3 to i, and if the visitors come with an equally good team. Manager Ottosen may see his dreani of a first-game v/in going over the center field fence, or somewhere. The preponderance of players with the Sluggers' lineup i? oh the side of veteran members of the organization which last summer tobk so many tj-iple-threat. gangs to the cleaners. . Altogether, thitigs now have a rosy outlook -for Foggy and his pastimers. * AL ANTONI handls out. ektiS '':Easter^' boy^ and girls Who failed to get a fair share .in the egg* roiling after a wijd scramble sent some 200 children gathering colored eggs in, the rain at Lions Club's festive Easter day pai-tyi on the golf course. • Final Report Is Made On Typhoid Epidemic SACRAMENTO, March 27. — (WNS)—Investigation of the recent typhoid fever outbreaks in Ukiah have been completed, the state department of public health today reportod. No new cases other than the original 20 have been reported since February,, the department said. The..,high school cafeteria, which had been closed during the original January outbreak, was reopened after all employees had been tested for typhoid organisms. GOOD HEALTH ABOUNDS? The March report to the state board of health shows for Mendocino county 21 cases of chickenpox, no measles, no mumps, no pojt, no measles, no mumpsj NO INFLUENZA! Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snyder of 412 East i'erkins street were called to Sacramento Monday by the sudden death of their brother-in-law, M, D, Hayes, "The Whol,e Truth" Causes Tangled Web Complications can arise when a family goes on a nothing-but-the- truth basis. This is hilariously illustrated in ''Tlie Whole Truth," high school student body comedy in thi'ee acts, on which the curtain will rise at 8 p.m., Friday, April 2. A sneak preview at rehearsal indicates Donald Hair as Mr. Martin, the father harassed by a financial crisis, and Francine Douglas, ^s his devoted but sometimes oaffled wife, head an able cast. Their children, Elizabeth and Johnnie, involved in the merry mixup are pla,yed by Neloyne Smith and David Porter, and the four are supported by a cast of eight others in minor but nevertheless important roles. Dress rehearsal is scheduled for tonight. Miss Adraln North, physical education director, is directing the play. Tickets are selling briskly this week at The Hubb. GHOVEH C. NEEPS IN SANTA ROSA SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. Grovw C. Neeps, 1007 West Perkins, spent Easter with Mr. Neep's mother, Mrs. Al. fred Neep in Santa Rosa. A Santa Rosa pioneer, who observed her ^Oth birthday recently. Mrs. Neep has been recuperating from a fall in her home at Graton where she suffered a dislocated shoulder and facial bruises. Her condition is excellent and she is in good spirits, her son reported. DAUGHTER IN KOREA PHONES Mrs. Bland Banta of Ford street had a call Sunday night from her daughter, Ada Bell Banta, who is teaching in Korea. The cal came at midnight and said that all was well with her; that Americans are treated very well, tnd that much of the rumors from that country are 'unfounded.' Miss Banta has been ih that country since February 1. SAN FHANCISdO VISTTORS Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Mitchell, 511 Mill street, were hosts over the March 20-21 weekend to Mr. and Mr.«!. E. J. Montani, who live in San Francisco. Interclass Meet Set For Saturday Ukiah track fans will have, an excellent opportunity to look over the Wildcat thinclad prospects Saturday afternoon when the four high school classes take the field hi the annual interclass meet. There will be a full list of events in both the A and B divisions, the javelin event being the sole exception, conforming with tiie prac. tice of omitting it in high school track competition in this area,in recent years. ^ Coach Murphy r reported with pleasure on the early season performance of his track and field talent and hopes' the interclass competition will extend his charges enough to uncover several more outstanding men. Sprinters Kenny Johnson, Mickey Vanover and Rudy Langlois have been burning up the ovalj in creditable style during the week and prospects for a good showing in,-the middle, distances are becoming brighter daily as Murphy views the efforts of Corkey Lower and Jules Legier. Gailord Radcliffe and Paul Anderson have been hefting the weights with a vigor that bespeaks plenty of points for the Cats in fu?^re meets. New recruits answering the track call have been turning in sterling performances. Representing the Freshmen, Dick Thornton is a likely speedster in the dash department and Lawrence Heize shows real promise in the high jump, dashes and weights. Saturday's battle between the high school classes is scheduled for 1 p.m. Cadet Unit& Shoot For Warren Trophy Monday morning and afternoon, March 22, saw the' first rounds fired by the top shooters representing cadet units from Eureka high, Napa high, Ukiah high, Napa Junior College for the Governor Warren trophy, at the' District fairgrounds in Ukiah. Representing Ukiah were Cadet Sergeants Lawrence Rupe, Charles Guntly and' Norman Stevens. ' Outstanding and well worth seeing was the stellar shooting of the 10 Napa boys, who rank at the top of the nation's junior riflemen. Fired from four positions with sling, the N.R.A. targets were certified and sent to the adjutant general's office for official scoring. Officials in charge of the shoot express appreciation to the local fair board and to the Ukiah Rifle and Pistol Club for their range facilties and assistance. GOES TO STANFORD Bradford P. Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wilson, of Redwood Valley, left Sunday to enter Stanford university. He finished two years at Santa Rosa junior college last semester and will major in journalism. He is a graduafe of Ukiah high school and served as a navigator in the air forces during the war. ATTEND FUNERAL Mrs. Marvin Romer and Mrs. S; S. Blankenship motored \o Lakeport Monday morning to a'.tend the funeral of Mrs. Billie Ray Morning. They called at the home of Mrs. Alice D. Fritts of Finley, the mother of Mrs. Blankenship who recently was 97. A group of friends came in to surprise Mrs. Fritts and the evening was spent around the piano singing hymns. SMITH APPOINTED CAPTAIN Appointment of V/alter H. Smith of Ukiah as captain in the California National Guard was announced last week by Major General Curtis D. O'Sullivan, adjutant general of California. Captain Smith is assigned to Company B, 579th Engineer Combat Battalion as company commander. Franklins y ^'iW Leave For Kansas City Post Thomas Franklin, who built and has superintended the J. F. Pritchard Company for four years, has received word of his promotion to the post of production manager Of the division under which the firm operates in Willits. 'The Franklins have made their home in Ukiah. The new post wiU require their return to Kansas City which Was their home before coming to Mendocino county. ' . "We are reluctant to leave Ukiah and Willits,". Franklin stated today. "The friends;we have made here. and the business and social associations we have enjoyed have meant a great deal to us. I made the decision to go only because .it is a promotion for which a man' works and changes must be accepted." . ' • The Franklins are living at 336 West Mills street from where he has commuted daily to.. Willits. They have one son. Tommy, iwho is seven and has been attending elementary school here. They ex- pet^t to leave the first of next weeki Replacing Franklin as superin- dendent of the Prichard plant in AVillits is Paul Maclean, who came to 'Okiah from Kansas City last November and has been in training for the promotion. Russell Rolepke, another Pritchard man from the Missouri plant who came in November, will be accountant. Both are living in Ukiah. Tax Experi Cousin ' Of Journal Family The March 30 issue of Look, on page 18, where Look applauds, is the picture of Rcswell Magill,-a mathematical wizard who is something of a problem in and around the national capital. The story with the picture says Magill was that way at college, winning top honors in math and after 25 years working with taxes, in and out of trie government, "his main job is teaching taxation." As head of a citizens' conunittee he recently offered congress 40 changes in the federal revenue code for the benefit of the taxpayer. Magill is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Magill of Auburn, 111. Mrs. Magill is the sister of Frank L. Foster of Talmage, so Math Man Magill of Washington is a cousin of Leaton and Ben Foster and Mrs. Bernice Cober. His parents have visited Ukiah relatives several times. Joining the 'Uki^h, city council ;'Jn their, proposBl ;tp'Bell the present ^municipal hall patk in favor of; es- labllshing a, safer and mora spae- j ious recreationcenter,v are .four other Ukiah 'civic organizations. /Groups who have gone on record ' as positively, to favorof the move proposed 'by the ;city'. recreation commission are the Ukiah Parent- Teachers', Association, Breakfast Club,, Chamber • of Commerce, Ukiahi Recreation Commission and 'he City Council. ' - ' Originators of the plan for .the sale of the' ball park and tho use of the funds to purchase new facilities in a more favor&ble 'location were the members of the pity recreation commissioni ' including Forrest Hughes, Vf. A. Chessall, Burhajn Heryfprd, Mrs., Clara Lau,' terii; W; H. Brunnei^,_ George Diet-" terle and Frank' Brahson'iv ,' 'Tile pljin; fof,the'proposed sale of ithe present}: ball Tpatk proi^erty 'WaS|\suhiBltted;,i;pJ't by.thia (iommi^.pn'as'a recommendation aift^r jhofquirh' study, Council pieiiib'ers and Other • siippprters of the .ball park sale point out that the, funds received will be used exclusively for construction and earmarked 'specifically for, the. .'erection of a modern baseball plant. Under the council proposal the prpperty will be sold at public sale to the highest bidder, with the right reserved to reject any or all bids.-; - i,:-.^ if siiflicient funds cannot be obtained from the sale of the old ball park 'to construct and equip a -new athletic plant, the present facilities wlU not be sold, the council emphasizes,' '• ' Many considerations make, this an opportune time to sell the city ball' park, recreation commission members point out. Present high property, values should make ii; possible to realize the best possible return from the sale of the property which, if copverted into business sites; woul^ return additional revenue to the city in .the form of taxes. .Commission studies, also convinced "members that real economies would result from the grouping of all city recreational activities .in one area, where they could be properly supervised ajid promoted by the recreational director. Wlcj planning now will do much toward assuring Ukiah of an adequate recreation plant that can be expanded to keep pace with the city's future growth, the commission inembers said. • ; Organizations going on record as favoring the ball park proposal were quick to point out the added safety feature which: would result frpm a re-location of the diamond, away from a main highway; Present traffic conditions and laclc of parking space next-to the park on the, south ^highway are a definite hazard, according to the supporters of the sale plan. : Other proponents' of the project feel that.^if it falls to gain support now, eventually the taxpayeirs' money will have to .be spent in costly improvements to the present ball park. City officials stress the uhdesirability of expending funds t6 repair present facilities. They say that to correct present deficiencies, the grandstand should be replaced, new bleachers built, rest rooms and showers installed and the grade of the field raised to allow for proper drainage. The E. C. Goodwins of San Francisco are parents of a daughter born there March IS, who has been named Dawn Renee. Mrs. Goodwin was Marcelle Valette, daughter of Mrs. Frank Valette of Ukiah. March 21—To Mr and Mrs. Robert E. Hamilton, 659 North Bush street, a boy, Robert Leland. March 21—To Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Wirt, Potter Valley, a daughter, Mary K. March 23—^To Mr. and Mrs. Claude M. Bisby, Ukiah, a daughter, Deborah Ereme. March 24—To Mr. and Mrs. Marion F. Fulbright, Ukiah, a daughter, Linda Kay. March 25—To Mr. and Mrs. DoielE. Blunk, Longvale, a daughter, Jeanette Harriet. Mi;rch 28—^To Mr. and Mrs. Harley A. NJssen, Rte. 1, south Ukiah, a daughter, Linda Sue. March 27—To Mr. and Mrs. Dennison S. Knight, Rte. 1, a girl, Myra Joy. March 27—To Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Laster, Ukiah, a daughter, Ragina Ann. March 29—To Mr. and Mrs. Wal. ter H.'Talso, Redwood Valley, a son, Michael Harold. All were born in XJkiah General hospital. MARCH 12, 1948 DEEDS '• ' Warren Ward .et ux to Edward Vincent et ux, land in T21N R15W. Frank Hay et ux to,Frank Hay et al, land in Ybkayo rancho. John, Brown e'w, al, trustees, to Arthur 'Bro\ni et al, land m T20N R9W. John Brown et alj trustees, to Frank Dutra et al, laud ,la.T20N R9W. Frank Dutra et ux to A Ginocchio et ux, land in T20N R9W. tlora Healing to Rudolph Krie- geFet ux, land in T17N R17\y. WD L Held et ux to D V Presley, landin, T13NR14W. • D V Presley et ux to Charles Zurnwalt et ux, land in 'T13N R14W. Charlesi Zurnwalt et ux to Rus- seU Miller et ux, land iii TI3N R14W. John Bogner to F BricareUi, land in T15N ,R13W. Joseph Kunzler et iix to PBrica- relli, land hi T15N R13W. Neomah Ornbaun et vir to Nep- mah.Omhaun et vir, land in T13N R13W. : Marhie Cunmngham to Ernest Pardini et\i± land in T14N R14'W. Mamio iiunningham to Ernest Pardini et ux, landin T14N R14W. FINAL DISTRIBUTION. Est of Ardella Brown ,i4iecd, distributes to Frank Brown, personal prpperty and promissory 'note on property in Sacramento Co, Lake Co and Glenn Co, Est of Eleanor Baechtel, deed, personal property; all other property not npw known or discovered is distributed to Lenore Fairbanks and Elsie Charman in equal shares. ORDER TERMINATING TRUS'T Est; of Kate Brown, deed, John Brown et aj, trustee for Frank Brown et al, grandchildren of said deceased. POWER OF ATTORNEY Christine Brooks to John Brown.. Christine Von Hagan to John Brown. Josephine Meyers to John Brovra. DEEDS OP TRUST Edward Vincent et al to Bk Willits, trustee for Warren Ward et al, land in Laytonville. Ernest Pardini et ux to Wayne Burke et al, trustee and Manuel Souza et ux, land in T14N R14W, RECONVEYANCES Fed Land Bk of Berkeley to Austin Wickersham et ux, deed of trust. Fed Land Bk of Berkeley to Ella Hogan et al, deed of trust. PARTIAL RECONVEYANCES Title Ins & Guar Co to Arnold Meiners et ux, deed of trust, portion of land in T24N R17W. Fed Land Bk of Berkeley to Ella Hogan et al, portion of land in T14N R14W. SATISFACTION OP MTGE Albert Martindale et ux to Herman Runkel et ux. AGREEMENT O E Long to R A Thicker and A F Anton, land in lots 1 and 14, Yokayo rancho, install pipe from mailn line located on said land, and use of water. AGREEMENT FOR SALE Courtney Snyder et ux to Robert Builta et ux, land in lot 8 of block G of Ukiah North Add. MARCH 13, 1948 DEEDS O O Barker et ux- to L E Bray, land to T5S R2E. J R Wilson et ux to Charies Adkins et ux, land in lot 15 of Lawson subdn, Boonville. FINAL DISTRIBUTION Est of Jennie Long, deed, distributes to Oscar Long land to T23N R13W. JUDGMENT AND DECREE Harriet -White et al vs W A Ford et al, land in lot ,18 of Yo­ kayo rancho, ESTABLISH DEATH Petition of H!»?el Smith to de­ termine taxability of transfer: Clifford Smith died March 20, 1947, no inheritance tax due. PROPERTY SETTLEMENT Merrill Williams aiid Alice Williams, household furniture to Alice Williams; property knovra as Sportsman's Club to Willits to Merrill Wilams. MA:HCH IS, 1948 DEEDS , J E Capell et ux to EE Down- tog etux, land south of Laytonville. ' Robert Underwood et ux to Herbert Dick et ux, land to T23N RI7W. • • ' • • : Fortunato Giusti et ux to Fortunate, GiusU et ux, land in T14N R15W. Warren Enzler et ux to B W Van Vorhis, land in lot 11 of Calpella Fruit Land Tract 2. Martha Lawrence et al to William Manley et al, land in T18N RITW. Cora Moore to PG&E, land to T23N R15W. , Cora Moore to Carl Bash et al, lan.d in T23N,R15W. , Mitloh Hawes et ux to Orrto Howell, l&nd in Ukaih. Etna Ro'we to E A McCallum et ux, land :ih T16N B17W. Louis Heitz et ux to Frederick HeSman, land in T13N R12W. ' E ,H Benson, et ux to Fiorino BricarelU et ux, land in lot 14 of Yokayo rancho. , EH Hoffman et al to Arthur Harwood et al, land to T21N R16W. . . FINAL DISTRIBUTION Est of Caririe Perry, deed, real property and ranch in Coyote valley to George . Perry, persbnal- property and any other property riot how known or discovered to Maye Remstedt. NOTICE QF LIS PENDENS Edward Vanderbosoh vs Glen Vanderbosch et al, land in T15N R17W. DECLARATION OF itMSTD Porter Chaffee et al, alnd T15 NR12W. POWER 6 FATTORNEY James Potts to Montana Potts. DEED OF TRUST Carl Bash et al to Richmond- Martinez Abstract Sc Title Co, trustee and Cora Moore, executrix Est of John Moore, deed, land in T23N R15W. RECONVEYANCES Corp Am to Milton Hawes et ux, deed of trust. Mendo Co Title Co to Carl Tapper et ux, deed of trust. MORTGAGE H A Reynolds to Bk WUlits, tractor and equipment. SATISFACTION OF MTGE Joe Modenese et al to Virgil Zanotii et al. INTENT TO MORTGAGE Floyd McKinney et al to Pub Loan Corp, furniture and fixtures used in restaurant known as A&M Cafe at PhUo. " NOTICE OF ADVANCE ' First NatBk pf Scotia to Claud Head et al, deed of trust. NOTICE OF CLAIM OF LIEN Homer Mannix to Stanley Moffett et al, construction, etc, of electrical wirtog to lumber mill in T15N R17W. . INTENDED TRANSFER Virgil Zanoni to Virgil Zanoni et al, alcohol' beverage license issued for property located at Navarro. CONFIRMING SALE Est of John Moore, deed, petition of Cora Moore to PG&E, land in T23N R15W, right of way and easement. . Est of John Moore, deed, petir tion of Cora Moore to Carl Bash et al, land to T23N R15W. gRIDAY. Ap^IL 2, 1943 PROCLAliiATION WHEREAS, thi President - of the United Stages has pro-* claimed AJjrll : Mth, • 1948, as ARMYDAY; nndl' WHEREAS, thisj day, loUow- ing so closely the wiiversalcele.' bratibn of EASTEiH,,'will keynote the army's shiire, through Its veterans, - in .slecurlng the peace and the arm Sj 'ls responsibility, in maintainli i,t peace; NOW I, LABRY TWILDBER- GER, MAYOR Of tha CITY OP UKIAH, by .proclaii.iatlon do hereby declare the (W,h Day of April, 1948, as ARMY \J>A.Y and call upon the citjzenls of the City of Ukiah to dis^llay the National Colors, to vi.slt army Installations and all \^eterans. Civic, Fraternal and l^atriotic Organizations-to join wsth the UNITED SI'ATES ARM'S! AND THE UNITED STATES; AIR FORCE to celebrate the ' occ?.- sion. , LARRY Wi. WILD,BE»GER Mayor of Ukiah '\, Dolie at the CITY,OP UKIAH this 2pth day of March, 1948; Upper Lake Fire ) Boys Annual Ball The niiith annual dance of the -^'lB Upper Lake Fire Department will be held at Blue Lake Lodge Saturday eventos,'April 3. , , Saturday afternoon there will be a gala time at Upper Lake, begin- alng with a parade at 12:30 for which 45 floats are already signed to participate, representing I,ake- port. Upper Lake,: Nice, Lucerne and Ukiah. .A number; of riding clubs will be out to force and fol- lowtog the paradft a horse show will,be held at the grammer school, with n;number of contests lined up. Foilowing the; horse >show a water fight will be held in downtown Upper Lake, with teams chosen from the Upper Lake Eire Department. . Gain Appoihted As - Sonoma Fair Director A.,E. Galli, manager of the Cloverdnle branch of the Bank of America, was appointed to the directorship of the. Sonoma County Fair and Horse Show Association last week to succeed C.E, Humbert ofi Cloyerdale, Whose xesignation .was accepted by, the -executive committee. ' The Galli family, were fesidenfsji^, of 'Ukiah when Mr. Galli was cash-r ier of-the,,Ukiah branch of the Bank of Airierica.> WERE MAHHIED AT RENO Herman .S. Koska and Evelyn Marie Hartman of Fort Bragg were issued a marriage license at Reno on March 29, Norton Sells In'terest y4,, In Potter Valley Inn" •WlUiarh C. Lawton of Ukiah has taken over the. toterests of Stan Norton in the Pioneer Inn at Potter Valley, Mr. Norton being forced to retire from business temporarily by an impending operation. He has been with the Pioneer about four years, Mr, liawton. is well known in Ukiah and the surrounding country, having been engaged in the service station business for a number of years, ' YOUNGS HAVE NEW BABY Sharon Young, five year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Young of Concord,,came Tuesday to spend three weeks with Mr. and Mrs. William Zeek, her aunt and uncle.' Mr. Zeek brought her from Concord the day her new sister, named Susan Mtoette, was bom to the 'Youngs who are former resi- dentji of -Ukiah. They left here to 1945, Mr. and Mrs. F, F. Zeek of 925 West Standley street are grandparents of Sharon and Susan., ATTENDS VICTIM'S FUNERAL Mrs. Virgil Green, of Church j street, attended the funeral iw/ Lakeport Monday, of Mrs. Billie Morning, victim of the Wells, Nev., murder last week, who was married in Ukiah in October, 1945. Mrs. Green attended her as brides- V maid at her wedding. Mr. and Mrs.r Green were married by Rev. Morning who formerly vvas Presbyterian minister in Lakeport. MOTOR TO OHl^GON Motortog through two snow storms, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Humphrey of 220 West Gobbl street, went to Medfprd, Oregon last Friday to spend Easter with Mrs Humphrey's sister's family, the P. M. Ald- reges. They were accompanied by their children, Sandr^ t.ee and Nancy Ann and Mrs. Humphrey's mother, Mrs. M. M. Cole, Deputy Sheriff E. R, Witter spent the weekend to BoonviUe, Corns or Warts Removed from Feet or Hands No Belief No Charge (NO DRUGS OR WEOICINE USED) B. ARTHUR GIBSON 120 South Sad Street . San Jo*e CtiUfotnia

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