Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on April 9, 1948 · Page 2
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Ukiah, California
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FR16AY, APRIL 0, IfidS CLASSIFED TODAY •^AUTO PAINTING Any ColpK . „ , AUTO BODY i'ender and Radiator Work . ,NEW MOTORS Chrysler, Plymouth, Dodge and I3e Soto Ukiah Motor Sales •> FRED ORE • 84tfiB« .. ROY HURT -JOENERAI. CONTRACTOR FOR SALE— 2.nearly new houses, .'Venetian blinds, hardwood firs., patios. Also will build according "to your plans. 194 - Luce Ave. 'Phone 4eia -J. 4 -lmc* BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME FaKitine, Decorating, PaperhangJn ,Spray Painting. We Specialize in Sheet Rock Work; •• Le Fleve & Son 206 Mason. Ph. n68-M. 12tfc-fp OLD PAPERS —I' 10c per bundle, at Redwood Journal. 85tfx Ukioh Van & Storage Co Local and Statewide . MOVING Phone 440-J, Ukiah 4/14incfp ':H. Runlcel, Roofing 25 YEARS serving M^endocino, ilumboldt, Lake and Sonoma • counties. All kinds of rooiing, expertly applied. Asbestos shingles. Asbestos siding.. Asbestos byild-up roofs and comp. roofing. Ill W. PERKINS ST., UKIAH Phones: Office 102, or 631 86tfc-fp Northern Calif. Movers & Guilders BUILDING' & CONSTRUCTION Moving,. Raising Foundations Telephone 484, Ukiah, Calif. 70tfc-fp IF VOU are house hunting, call on us as we haVe a large listing of modem homes, priced to sell. Also ranches, resorts, auto courts. ELPHICK 715 So. State St. 104tlc Gasoline Engines From %-h.p. up to 30-h.pi ARE going fast in our present . electricity shortage. Make your plans now for this coming irrigation season at HOLZ CO. . 104tfc FOR SALE — 9 acres level land cleared, comfortable 4-room home, other improvements, on good road only 10 miles from Ukiah, $8000. . STROUT REALTY . Ukiah I04tlo LIVESTOCK AUCTION — Every Tuesday at Ukiah Auction Yai'd. Phone 890-W for information and truck service; 89Th-tfc FOR SALE—Nev/' 2.bedroom home with bath. Floor furnace, Venetian blinds, garage. Lot 90x180, Located at junction of highways 101 and 20, at the Forks. Highway frontage suitable for business location. L. R. Craln, Rte. 1. Box 646. Ukiah. 104t4p MEN'S SERVICE STATION black oxfords with NEOPRENE. soles. Made purposely f on service on cement floors. You'll like 'em. DAVJS SHOE STORE 104tlc . WANTED — Housework by hour. Phone 255-W, Mi-s. Adams. 104t3p FOR SALE—One bay saddle mare. Call 22-Y-2. after 5 p.m. 104t3p FOB SALE—1931 model A Ford coupe, good motor, body fair. Carl IJockins, Redwood Valley. 104t3p WORKING RANCH MANAGER WANTED—Permanent, for north coast sheep ranch; good hbuse, barns, fenced asid cross-fenced; salary; or will consider share agreement later on. PI<?nse answer by mail giving age, experience, other data, to Box H, Calif. Wool Growers Assn., 151 Mission St., San Francisco. • . 104t3e* WANTED — Man for profitable Rawleigh business. Products well known. Real- opportunity. Write Rawleigh's, Dept. CAD- 106-119, Oakland, Calif. 104tlp FOR SALE—Piano."'Phone 440-J. Ukiah Van & Storage. 104tfc WAHfBB— Ikllch'en'caiilner'unlt Have washing machine, sewing machine for sale. Phone 1016-J. • • 104t2c I'OR SALE—8-piece dining room suite, black walnut: Waterfall design, excellent condition, $120. Inquire Goodman Grocery, Hopland^ 104t3p OUR SPacJAtT^ Fried Chiolcen iri o-Bri^tet' • • or' • Fried Prawns i .Either with French Fries $1.00 open 24 Hours Daily • Finest of mixed drinks in dining room or at bar AL REDD'S CAFE WILUTS 103t8p GRANGE CARD PARTY— Saturday, April 10, 3p .m. Grange Hall. , Tickets 65c. Bridge, pinochle, king pedro'and whist. 103t2c' WANTED TO BENT— Small fur. nished or unfurnished house or auartment, city or country. Permanent. Will lease. Bank and. personal references^ Call Berniece Batterton.. Phone 1. 103tfx For Expert Piano Tuning and Repair r Latest Electronic Method RS. RYDER & CO. Call Bob Ryder Care of Gloria Pacini, I31-W, or Greeott's Music Stores S4Thtfc-fp AFTER-EASTER SALE of some neat little dress shoes for the women. Reduced to the very low price of $1.89. See samples irt. window. DAVIS SHOE STORE 104tltf LP. ,Gas & Appliance Co. Mason & Stendley Phone 1000 O'Keefe & MerriH Ranges Own Vour Own "fank Gas Is Cheaper Hot Water .l ^eatenr Restaurant Griddlea and 'Ranges Roper Kitchen.Rang^ti Heaters and Floor Furnaces SERVICE IS OUR MOTTO Try tfsi • • IBtfe.;fp MERK RADIO SHOP ' r the old reliable Sales — Service — Satisfaction: Opposite Theatey. Ukthh 49tf e-fp I DISPATCH- DEMOCRAT B. A. CQBER . . Publisher PublUhed each Pridar at ^iO E. Standley SIM Ukiah, Mtndbd Cottntr< Caliiotnia. : SUBSCRIPTtoN RATESt iPer Year $2.50 'six Months. Three.Months! One Moiith, iil,00 -M .30 ' Single Copies to Non-Sub' scrlbers, lO'eehts- " CemmeKlal > Adverli^ng:; RatoSi Readefs, 20c per line insertion; ISc' per linS each subse^i^eQt insertion, ^Readers set in 7 point type, Aifrhich is the body,Of this newspaper For Sale FOR SAiiE>— . Baby f. buggy, good- condition. Helen Ave,, Box vk. IflStSp Automotive Wof k BODY and fender, painting,' glass^ overhaul, expert repairs of every kind. Prompt service. Tow cim an call.. - Vevodo Motor, Soles School & Smith FOR SALE— On large lot, brand- new 5-roomhome and furnished' 4-room home, $13,150. Others. STROUT REALTY Ukiah 104tlo! Bechtol's Paint Store Buy Your Paint From a" Painter WALLPAPER — PAll^TTS 109 So. State. Phone 293. 54tfc -T FOR SALE-» Sheep Men, Notice! S-sheep shearing, machine, com* plete, in fine shape. WUl sell part or all. Phone WiUows 591i _j , • 104t3p Berltn's Pharmacy ANNOUNCES the EX-CEL-SIS cosmetic gift this week goes to Marietta Lee. We give S&H green stamps. 104tlc AFTER-EASTER SALE of some neat little, dress shoes for the women. Reduced to the very low price of $1.89. See samples ii window. DAVIS SHOE STORE 104tlc Auto Courts and Business Houses FOR your own protection keep ' your neon and lighted signs going with a Fairbanks Morse light plant. Call Holz Co., 1180 Local Distributor I04tfc MAN OH WOMAN— Average $2 per hour taking orders for 90 REALSILK products; Exclusive territory, free samples. References required. Write P.O. Box 332, Santa Rosa, for application and interview. 104t3p HOME FOR SALE— At 302 Scott St. Inquire at 479 No. School St.• ' 104t2c Mt !N'S SERVICE STATION black oxfords with NEOPRENE soles; Made purposely for service on, cement floors. You'll like 'em.' DAVIS SHOE STORE 104tlc FOR SALE — Outboard Evinrude motor and 12-ft. metal boat. Both, $75, phone 19-J-2. 104t3c FOR SALE— 1937 PonUac 4-door sedan, good condition. Phone 942-R, between 3 and 9 p.m. 104t3c FOR SALE— Oil heater, 2 wood cook stoves, 9 wine barrels, 8 cords of stove wood; Call forenoons a;ia to 2 p.m. at 819 L^ve- oak Ave. 104t3c FOR SALE— 1933 Chevrolet sedan, good tires, good transportation, $200. H. A. Nissen, phone 410. 104tlp PHOTO SUPPLIES Developing - Printing - Enlarging Cameras - Projectors Films Photo Headquarters Perry's Photo Supplies 160 E. Standley, ph. 174-J, Ukiah (Next door to Journal) •104tlc eoVELO, April' ^—The B&ster servi<jfti ^t; itHS !l %ivabi'I^^ferated ""ir*?™ church Vwas." i(/eU 4ttetidii.'*The Ph«n»37Q-W ;a„thekns-> 63^.-^9'cMi^i-Eatla^ to -• , y^*^ -the Garden, and-GodSoXoved the Empire Roofing Co. World, tne latter a capella,,were Prompt Service. ,ftet Estimates well rendered as was the .vocal AUWes rtotog Mtpi^'afciplled. dWt,.Calvary. by Mrs, Mrs. gelma- Repair Work Ouir Special^; v Carey andAMrstoMaxi^e AUen,(vIi^ All work guarantoedv' > 'V the afteijQoon .the ohoi*'.we>iJt;tO! Gen,Del.» Talina^, phone-W7-M th* Methodist Mission and added; ' ' . ' ,;, .• •.',fy*''fP their anthems tp the very excel- i ?YrAMTEPr ^Mp>ving'and:disciln8, lent Easter program which: l^aU X^?5?JA prepared there. Calll3ai.J;or 243, & GobW^St. g^^l,, Elis of. Willlta re- FOB SAL&-i930 Durant jedan! ^'f"*'*'*'*. ^^^^ Phone •907-R, Ukiah: - !o4t3c rafter haying yistte*.a week^with FOB SALE—MTCTCOX "48" gaso- Coveltt friends. WhUe-here she linft. ehklne, "coil, and'ddfldense*; wasa guestof Mr, and Mrs^I-ester Call' 377-W after' Sp:m..'104t3p IKtshugh.. Wo'^ were very f glad —haye this; fine ladyvinvpui;m agam. J; * W. jWUHamsbHi and; Mervlnv iiee were business vvisitors:^In UWahrlast Monday. We ere sorry toreport that Mrs Strout Real'Estate \ Sales Up $34 ()(0b ; "OUr sales Of l^iid-artfl Si^eM . ounj. iu,i«i)u»i umcjnrs. business properties are up from Sam Gray :feU last. Tuesday momr the '1047'' total;*"Says^ At Strout, ing at.her son's home; in Sactar head of ay ^nflt^ori->Yidrfi «!b>iiif!>it mento where she and Blrj:.Gray brokerage' offices, selling, county jwere visiting;- and Injured her real estatej-He said that sales for back quite badly. We hopeiora the liMt two months of this.year speedy recovery for Mrs. Grti^. totaled $4,412,153.67 an increase of Mrs. Burdis Martindale lihder- $30,364.12 over the spme period Qf ^^nt surgery at the Lakeside hos- 1947. . . .-. • • "I have seen our volume of sales FOB SALE -^Four view lots, 2/3 .-acre each, near Ukiah, utilities available. $1250 -each. Call ;n26-M. . 103t8c SAVE MONEY —See Fred Howard. '.'V" rusUc siding, cement work, foundations, moving, wrecking, plumbing, hardware, electric wiring, rcoljng, painting, paperhanglng, pressure puniips, floor Sanders by hour, or day. Free estimates, Phone 104: evenings" 15-j-l. Write Box 163, •Talmage. 92tfc PUMPS WE can supply pumps from the largest deep-well turbine to the smallest pressure system, and have competent encineers to figure your iob.\ WB represent twot of the most respected names in the pumping business: ' BYRON- JACKSON • Irrigation Pianps and JACUZZI - 'Pressure"Systems.. Prlhg your pumping problem^ . .-.Jtoius,, UKlAH FARMERS CLU Cali ;730V 41tfc Mode O'Day Feock Shop Features Dresses,. Blouses,^ Lingerie, ' Hosier/tod Uniforms 328 No. State St. Phone U02-J WANTED — Small diesel donkey with mainline drag not less than 1200 ft. Phone- James W. Field X»gglng, Contractor, 782-J, Ne vada City, Or; write. 827 Sacra mento St. there. 101t4c C^BELS '-T -i For Vine bottles or other purposes;^ plain or fancy: wldd Selectlpn "to choase from. The Redwood Journal; tix rise and fall with general condi. tions during the 48 years we have .pital Iast;weeki and i&recovering nicely. Mrs. Charles Stockton is helping at the school cafeteria dur. said. LEGAL NOTICE state ot California DepaTtiuVnt: df' I'ubllc Work* nivltlon ot HiKhVrqyS NOTICE: TO CONTHACTOR8 sealed w>...o uL .x«i6 «ic TO j-caiB wc nave jjg^ absence, been operating, but neyer have I • „ ^ ., - _, • • ~, • seen stronger proof thai the time ^fMrs. Lallan Sloan of th? Shady to adverU^ is all the time,' than f^™"' Cafe ,s gomg to Susanvme during the past winter.".. SU^but to operate a restaurant. Her daugb- " " iter, Mrs. Ann Brines, and Mr; Sipah will continue with/the cafe 'in Covelo. Mr. and^^Mrs. D.''W. Grubb of Sacramento,. • son . in law ' and- daughter of Mr; arid' Mrs.. W. P. „ , , ,„ . .. , . BWWn Of tovelo; have just corn- sealed toroposal* w 11 be reoelvsrt „ „1„4«„L tU^ at the orficcortUa State Hlghrta}' pleted a pleasure tour . of , the Engineer, Room-87S, • Public iWoi -kB southern United • States- as far as ^Sl}?'z"!'oioWo "nVpr ?i'"^l,°i?r8; .Key West;.C,uba and Mexicb. They-i 5Je^e^!"'i«'J"?ek'S'^ln"»S}i; 1^^°'^ Room of Bftia bunding:, for. oon- ,but nowhere did they find foodas atructlne State Hlshway. Iri r' '- -• • ance with the apeolffoutlona , „ c ^ ^ for, to which special reference la mother, Mrs, W. P. Bro'wn of Co- mftde; ar fo>Ut>W8: • -viuin 'Mendocino Ctountyt'^ nt; St.-^ Ores r - CreeWv tl.s •mUes-.; south vof'. Point ' andMrs. Jess Beal of WilUts W visitors in^Covelo this week, gTBrttea 'i siirfa'dea Vlth '^roa ^l-nilxed Grant Hancockmade a business Sy^'=»'»>^«*'^?**<:!=^*'^^.???&?'>- ;trip to Uki^^ Wednesday. wo ^'H 'atS§rlh 'e 'S ''he ^JS.''- Mrs. Frank Hammond has operl- Ih aoodrdoiiee jfuK-the :pr»)vlilon9 ed an office in the lobby of Hotel the°Dep ,rAmbn^<5'^uw(«"'5m^ ^Covelo Under the name, Hammond Racertalned ^he4 Kenwftl prevailing FOH SALE —• White enamel gas range; Windsor type Simmons double-bed; mohair chesterfield. Phone 57-W. 104tlp AFTEH-EASTEH SALE of some neat little dress shoes, ior the women. Reduced to tha very low price of $1.89. See samples in window. DAVIS^SHOE STORE 104tlo rateof waifei!' appiilcttbYe to tHe-'worK to be done to be ae follows:. I • Rate Claaaiflbatlon par hoar Apprentice oiler, liowei" . , shovels op cranes — ...-.i .ll.SB Blastor-EowdistTnan. ... ^..', . 1,65 Boxmaii-or mixer boxvopera- ' li. tor fiicnorete-or asphalt' •• • ' ' plant)- ..... .......... .1.80 Carpenter ................... 8,00 Cement flhlirti'er''(lourneyman)-a.'OZB ieoncveteniVxer operator (up •. to one yard) 1.7B. Concrete mixer operator (over . one yard and paving type). 2.06 DerrlcK operator ' 2.26. :li'lreman In hot plant Real Estate and- Insurance Com-, pany. Mr-s.. Hammond is a notary public and-will' assist: with bookkeeping and: other accounting problems. Her oHice .will be "Bed ;Cross headquarters.for Round yal- ,ley, . • • .-•) Mrs. Maude English was the victim of a stroke, last we^ but is coming along nicely'and though a- very sick woman Will be all right again. Her children ill came to FOR' 8AL&—Vegetables, strawberries and flower plants..530 So. Main. , ) - 103t3c CAFE CHECKS ^^Vow in stock at Redwood ^ Journal ; your supply there; office. Get 76tfx FOR.^SALE —Modem dwelling, large comer lot, three bed rooms, dining room, living room, breakfast rooin, kitchen, one bathroom; shower' room Hardwood ^ floors, oil furnace, thVee garages. Frlc? $16,000 • Terms. UlRKIK J. YOUNCE Preston Bldg.. Ukiah 102t8c FOR SALE— ;Approximately 2 tons of oat hay. Barker, Box 133-B, River Rd., Ukiah. 102t2o TRAILER .FOR SALE— 30-foot 3 room Glider with dolly and electric . brakes^ > Sleeps- four adults Hot water; gas range with large oven, Venettart 'blinds, aluminum, covered. .Perfect: condition Sacrificed! -Can be seen at Collis Trailer Court,'Cloverdale. P.O. Box 461.- 102t3p FOR SALE— Packard Bell combined hand ;wind- and electric portable' phonograph. Excelleiit condition. Phone 247R. 102t3p FOR SALE—1 Electroliix refrig- . .eratdr. H. E. Brittingham, Potter VkUey, Calif. . 1013tp Fireman In hot plant 1.76 ZZZZ^SS ^"""^ Flagman her bedside and gave her courage nn''°J"f"'f iV,'V V •• •• to meet this ordeal. • HEAX. ESTATE 15 ACRES of river bottom land, fruit, nuts, berries, alfalfh, 100 feet ofJ' 101 highway, close to Ukiah; 1 5-room home, 1 3-room home, will cut in two if desired. This is a beautiful country home, abundance ot water and shade. Ill health forces a sale. $13,500, liberal terms. ELPHICK 715 So; State Stt 104tlc FOR SALE—Move right in, beautiful new 2 -bedroom home, lots of closets, large service porch, garage. Also nice 1-bedroom house and garage, year old. For home and income see this. WUl aell separately. B. CPinfrock, Betty St., Mtmson division. i04tlB PRINTINO LETTERHEADS, envelopes, cards, booklets, programs, trespass notices, etc., rubber stamps, sales books, anything in the printing line. For first class work, modem type faces and prompt service bring your printing business to the RedwQod Journal. ZOtfx A Nipgaro Duster or a Bean Misf Sprayer and Combination Duster MAY be the answer to a wet spring's problems of. spraying. See Holz Co, Now in stock. ' • ^ I04tfc FOR RENT —New Eureka vacuum cleaner with all attachments, and Johnson electric floor pol'^ isher. Home Market, 113 South State, phone 25. 70eoT MEN'S SERVICE STATION black oxfords with. NEOPRENE soles. Made purposely for service on cement floors. You'll like 'em, DAVIS SHOE STORE 104tlc DIston Chain Sows SALES &" SERVICE Parts available at all times. CHAS. J. SWIFT 233 Main St., phone 69, WlUits • 104tfc on distributor bootman ..... 1 .426' Operator ot Jaokhammers-vlbra- tors and air, gas- and elBotric tools ... Operator of power shovel a«d/«r other excavating equipment with shovel type controls (up to and In- cluclingr one yard) Operator of power shovel and/or other excavating: ulpr ' • • • 3.26 2.40 2.26 Mr. and. Mrs. Frank Haydon of .Eureka spent last weekend with ^•''^^(relatives in Covelo.. Infant Soh' Succumbs Little Robert James Haydon (Bobby Jim) the 20-mouth-old son. of Mr. and Mrs. John N. Haydon of Talmage, passed away at the Children's Hospital: in San Francisco on the morning of March 24, the victim of spinal meningitis. At times it. seemed: he'"Would recover and his parents' hopes held up well unUl the last week of lUs Ufe, when they, had to let him go. ".Bobby Jim" was a beautiful baby, the fourth son of Mr. and and lesR than 14 cubic yards Mrs. Haydon, and was apparently ,^^rdrl?e?^4 °%•'a \t *''^rd''*•• ^""^ of health untU a and less than 8 cubic yards short time ago When he developed ''^•^•^iro^^feWa ^n' 4--^-"" the texTible disease and sue- yards water ' level cumbed to its ravages after a most AnT''''clI.«slflikUon-omlu4d-- • gallant fSght fOu" his m herein not less than i-'O^ It is not right towish him back, °\t};li.TVe°"aUo?SVtS."'"'" even though there la. an ache in Plana may bo »9 «n. and forms hard to overcome. He is safe m ,;Jec «fo% ^'ir''U'=«4d''"at the arms;of^Jesus whasaid, "Suf. the office of the State HiKhway fep little children to come tmto equipment with ^shovel type controls (over one yard) ... Power grader operator (power • planer, motor patrol or any- i type power blade) , Reinforcing steel worker 2.00 Roller operator 2.10 Tractor operator 2.10 Truck driver CIS cubic yards water level capacity or more) ...1.8626 •Truck driver (14 cubic yards and.leas than 18'Oublo yardB water level capacity) 1.7376 Truck driver (8 cubic yards HOPLAND, April 7.— Paul Hopper, real estate deaiep of Ghico, is visiting his. nephew,, Percy. Hopper, and family; A, reminder that April: 10 is the date for the P.-T.A.. and Ijegion Auxiliary dance. It's- to be'a' barn dance with ladies in. gingham dresses, or prints, or what have you, and. the; men in levis. It is, this Saturday night with Greeott's iorchestca playing. Mrs. Mildred Metiler and daugli- |,ters Joiene and Janet, and Mrs. Cake called Tuesday on Mrs. Leonard, Field, formerly Marilyar Jones of Hopland, in her new residence in: Ukiah. > Willis Kelly, depot agent of .Hopland,. bought Mrs. • Mildred |Sir(fk's hpnie in the northern part of Iloplatid, which fronts on the 'Redwood, highway, Mrs. Mildred Sirck was an pyei;- night visitor in. Hopland Tuesday with Mrs. Fern Jones. ; At the American Legion bazaar Saturday night Mrs. John Ashford took the door prize. G. A. Younr, got the, radio, Henry Cox took is. mystery prize and Jfrs. Maudlin got another mystery prize. Billy Proctor and Richard Pool wen prizes for selling the most tickets. Hppland 'S; orchestra furnished the dance music. Orchestra members are Richard Metzler, Kenedy Puccetti, Ranald LsMastus,. Barbara STOVE WOOD— Good ^oak and manzanita .wood for sale reMS- onably. Phone 4e8-J. j 103131* FOR SALE— 1500W 110 volt :poHs' . able pr stationary .light: plant) used less than 100 hours. Now' have P.G.&E. power. New pricfe' $425; selling price $300.: See iat Scotta Ford Tractor Agency; •Uiah: . lOStfo FOR SALE— Woo! Bags Fleece Twine All sheepmen's supplies. UKIAH FARMERS CLUB FOR SALE— Household furniture, Evinrude outboard motor, ABC lyashing machine, vgarden hose; vacuum cleaner; tools, etc. 441 Clara St,, Phbne 965-W, 102t3c MACHINERY FOR SALE— 8 • American sticker,. 16 ft. Berlin inside moulder, 24 ft. Woods platter, 12 ft. ballbearing planer, 20. horsepower Westlnghouse motor, Chrysler engine for power plant.—J; W. Wright, 372 Bowl• ing Green, San Leandro, Calif. ; • 103t2c FOR SALE — One Westlnghouse electric refrigerator, 8 cu. ft, $150, W, -K, Yocum, Hopland. Phone 2395. 10313): FOR SALE— Guest house, close in to busin&s district. Nine rentals, three: bathsi and owner's apartment: 'Monthly income • from rentals $350; Prlcfe $20,000. Veiy reasonable terms. LARKIN J. YOUNCE PRESTON BLDG; UKIAH 102t4c, FOR SALE—22 small vending machines. Phone 385 w 1109-W. • • • : • • > 99tfc IMMEDIATE DELIVERY — Water heaters, floor furnaces and ranges fpr propane-butane; Economical home and farm tank gaS, units. L. P. Gas & Appliances. Phone 17-J. Mason and Standley streets. 71tfc FOR SALE— Propagated carnation plants, choose your favorite colors. E. Lupano Nursety, iflrfet house on right on Orr's Springs Rd. Phone 663-W. 100t4p FOR SALE. Metal bunk beds, mattresses andpijlows. 30" floor weaving^loom. Floor model radio phonograph. Call 1037W after' g Pm; 103t3p Trespass Notices PROTECT your property with durable; signs, printed on sign doth. Prices; 6, $2.50; 12, $3.00; 25,.$4.00; 50, $5.50; 100, $8.50. On mail orders, include state s^les tax and postage. Redwood Journal. 32tfx FOR SALE— weaned' pigs, alsp. family cow to freshen soon, heavy milker, fourth calf.- Edw. Slbbatt. Redwood Valley..lQ3t3p B'uslness Opportunitfes- ' and- Real Estate AUTO COttRT—101 Highway. 10 rentals^ gpod horns. Year round , -business. $15,000 down •iwill handle. 1 ACRE and home close in—$8400 MOUNTAIN RANCH—75 acres. $9500. ' ' ' 9C ACHES—Boonville. $19;600. • 80 ACRES-^Albion. $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 otfices of O. R. SKAGGS 344 No. State St..:Ph..83-W. 103t3c WANTED— A used ' flat rimmed Sink. Phone Potter Valley 14F21. 102t3i) Usf and Fttutod LOST —Erown billfolds. containing personal pictures. Reward. ,,Phone. 9F2. . .. . I02t3p LOST .TIRE CHAINS— Will the party who took the-tire chains from the Charles. ,Luce home :. about-MirQh.30,,back o,£ the Big Oaks Auto 'Court please return them. They were:not discarded •chains; :. ' - •' . 103t3e LOST—Brand new 8.25x20 tli'e and wheel. Between V/illits and Dklahv Phone collect'Mobil Gak Statlon>:Laytonvllle. Reward. 108t3n LOST —Brown walleli. containing cash, keys, pink:slip, driver's li-; censov Finder keep money and mail, wallet to Redwood Journal, • •102t3p Hisedloneous EOARDING HOME for children .} by week or month..Xiicensed. Ph. 381 W; 159'Evans St. 103t3c MATTRESSES ]^enovated and recovered; AHen'ii' Mattress and ', Upholstery Works, State Ua.iJ 317 No. Main, - Ukiah. 103t3c' FOR SALE— Registered Purebred Polled Hereford bull. 1500 lU., 6 yrs. Phone, 741.. 102t3p FOR SALE- Boar Pig, 7,months. T.: A. fl. Rawles, Redwood Valley. Phone 11-J-l. 102t!^ FOR SALE— Lumber, $25 M, 2x4's, 2x6's., Crofoot Lumber Co., 1 .mile north of Forks, Highway 20. . . 103tfc FOR SALE— Baled oats and vetch hay that, has not been, rained ori.L. M. Munson, comer East Valley and Hearst road, WilUts. Phone 17-F-4. • •'•88tfc LIGHTING FIXTURES—We have in stock and maintain the largest and: most complete line of lighting fixtures in Mendocino and ' Lake counties. 'ROBERT L. BECKER 731 So. State St. Ukiah, Calif. • ^ lb4tfo FOR- flftEB^One "22" caterpillar tractor in- excellent' condition. Also a D2; hydraulic dozer, used very little. Bartblomei Bros., Talmage, Calif. Phone Ukiah 8-F-2. 3-25mlp Used Cars FOR SALE— 193?lpord^-8 sedan Good mechanical •.. condition, nearly new tires, radio, heater. $275. 1154 West Standley St. 103t3c 1947 STUDEBAKER — One ton pick-up. 6000 miles. A-:i condition..Call 401-J. 103t4c FOR SALE— Frazer Manhattan, good condition, 5500'mUes, CD, ' heater, air conditioner and $100 radio. Original cost $3145, Must sell; Trade, sell equity or cash $2265. Phone 1188W between __8,a .mi and 7 p.m. lOatSp 50R' SALE—'41 Dodge coupe in good condition. Price $995; Henry Jones, McNab Ranch, Rt. 1, South. ,l03t6p FOR SALE — Man's bicvde. In- qulre 925 W. Standley St. 102t3p FOR SALEr^l New 375 h.p. GM Twin Diesel motor. 2 75kw AC 220.V3-phase. generators. $7500 full price. Will: not seU separately. .Nash, Logging. Co,, Box* 69, Philo, Calif. ; 102t3c BOOK, MATCHES — Personal or for biislness. Order from the BedWond-.Tolims' I 30tfr FOR SALE— Spring tooth, 2 bars 13 teeth, for Ferguson Ford. $46; I^hone Potter Valley 14F21. , . , 102t3p FOR- SALE— Two-door Chevrolet sedan, 1937 model, exceUent condition owner-driven.. Inquire at 328 North State St., Phone 1102'-J, daytime/ or 487 North State St., Phone 870-W, evening.: y 10213 FOR SALE— '39 Plymouth Coupe', , '47 motor. Good condition, radio. 317 North Main St. 102t3p CARS FOR SALE-1947 Packard 4-aoor sedan.. , 1946 International 1-ton pickup. 1940 Ford Tudor. 1939 Chevrolet 4-do6r. 1937 Nash 4-dbor sedan. 1937 Packard 4-door sedan. 1935 Olds 4-door sedan. Mark King Garage 903 So. State St. 99tfc Mrs. Delia Schober of 171 Hupe street will leave Saturday for an extended stay in Santa Barbara with her sister, Mrs. PhiUlp Rob inson. - • LEGAL NOTICE FOR SALE— 1947 Harley Davidson 61 O.H.V., excellent condition. Mrs; Dale HoOver^ 572 Park Blvd. 102t3p SUMMONS"^ ~ No. 15557 Action brought' in the Superior Cqurt of the Stale of California, and for the Coiinty of Mendocino, and^ the complaint: filed in the office of the 'Clerk of said Coimty of Mendocino, BURKE It RAWLES; Ukiah,- California, Attorneys for PlaintiS; Enelnaer, Public WQPHS • California, and"'t'ha^'I me, and forbid them not; for of FOR SiALE — OU heater, almost new, $65, Baby buggy, ice box, dining table, '400 Walnut St. 104t3p IT PAYS TO TRADE IN OKIAH SaiMTimento. —^ . » — " may b» iwen at the off ices of th» such is the kingdom of Gcd." God ^Tkli l"rfS tVfft" o»;? wanted one more little angel and the pistrict EnBineer of tho Dlstrlot hg called Bobby Jim; L"trh 'e '^o1rii='^%Fti ;l ^"L«a '--GZl f Besides his parents and Uttle It Is made on a, blank form turnlrJi- and sister Evelyn, he leaves his provisions of tii« Proposal Require- Frank M. Haydon of Covelo, and Section 2 of the Standard Speolflcar. a"" Miuer 01 Benin tlons. Each bidder must b« llcansad cia. besides many aunts, uncles, iT ^.*''?ie2''13»'}S ''»»ar «rl^^ and; cousins from various parts ot nient* and CiJndltlona;). , - Uia state. r ,jrveWr "f|S*t ?S ?^lVc'? ^.t^^'o'r . The Services by Rev. Brown,of "^'^""""piPARTMENT OF PUBLIC -^^^baptist church were beautjful WORKS, and full of comforting thoughts.; o^T'^MccoYf , The funeral was beld- from .the 'state- Highway HnBiheer. Eversole Mortuary and interment Dated April 2, 1948. ^^^^ U^ah Cemetery. Castiaux, Myrtle Frank and Ladonna Schieber. Mr. and Mrs, George Dawe have just bought the Eck ranch, formerly Uie Warren Dooley place; on the Lake county road east of Old Hbpland. Visiting with the H; B. Pulvers. owiiers of the BlUe Bird Fountain 'and Lunch, are their son-in-law and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Curless of Holms. Tuesday evening both families went to Guerneville to visit a sister- of Mrs. Curless. MUdred: Metzler is taking advance music lessons from Ijes MiUer at Greeott's Music Store in Ukiah. Miss-Elaine IiaMastus spent the •weekend in Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Ruonavaara •were over from Philo Monday evening to spend a few hours with Leila Hopper and fanriily. Mvs. -Ruonavaara IS Mrs. Hopper's daughter. the SUPERIOR COURT of the STATE OP • CAUFGRNIA, in . and for the COUNTY OF MEN. • DOeiNO. HARRY HAINES, Plalntifi vs. MARY E. HAINES, Defendant., The People of the State of California Send Greetings. To: ; MARY E- HAINES, Defendant. YOU ABB HEREBY DIRECTED TO APPEAR and answer thip Complaint in the actig;ii entitled as above, trought against you in the Superior Court of the State of and for the County of Mendocino,' withih ten' days Mter the Service on you; of this Summons—If. served within, this County; or. wltjiin. thirty days If served elsewhere. And you are notified that unless you appear and answer as above required,' the said plaintiff will take judgment for any nioney or damages demanded-in the-Com^ plaint, as arising upon contract, or will apply to the Court for ariy other relief demanded In said Complaint. Given under my hand and the Seal of thfe Superior Court of the State of CaliforniaV in and for the County of Mendocino, this 17th day of March, 1948. [SEAL! . W. J, BROADDU8, 3-26-2m County Clerk. Real Dependqbiiity IN USED CARS Is what you're offered when you-buy at Cox & Ford USED CAR LOT 301 So.State St. Phone 977-W, 86tfc TROUBLED WITH Lame Back, Stiff Neck or Muscles, Arthritis NervouSjJDisorder? Scientific Massage T. CASSELLA Masseur CalpeUa, Calif; 86tfc SEPTIC. TANKS & CESSPOOLS pumped. Modern equipment No mileage charge. Phone Upper Lake 52 between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m., or write P.O. Box 220, "Upper Lake. A. E. SILVA SOtfc LEAVING TOWNT— Have to sell? List with Strout. 44tfc ROOFING AND INSULATION our specialty. Johns-Manvllle products; no Job too big, nOne too small. Herman JRunkel. Ph. 102. ALTERATIONS and Dressmaking. Brooks Alteration ShQp,,Apt. 202 Eversole Apts. ' 103t2c Weed Killers KILLS morning: glory,- pig weed, all broad-leaf weeds. Cost as i low as $2.75 per acre. ' fJLi Enquire at our Feed Dept. UKIAH FARMERS CLUB . '. Call 7,23: • lOOtec : STEAIVI CLEANINC? oh any type ^ of machine. Latest' equipment.^ Portable for operation any^ I where. Clean up now. COWAN ' \ EQUIPMENT GO.,- Phone 12-W • '• •' loitec ; • T. FEIBUSCH CONSTRUCTION • CO, Commercial, Industrial; Residential and Concrete Coristructlon For free estimates call'H26-M or vyrlte P.O. .Box 32. Ukiah. 96tfc AlGt Kiesisiijiqer WELL DRILLING 581 No. Dora. Ph. e27-R. iOtte Velma's Child Care LEAVE.your chiiareh while you shop, dine or dance. Boarding. Phone g24-W, '404 Clara Ave. . • flOtfc CABS WASHED — Cleaned, polished. Reasonable riates: Phone 126-J or 380 Sti. State. ' 4/1-mlp SEWING WANTED -- Furniture .slip: covers, altering, repalrihi. 617 GrOve Ave. 102t6p AHCHITECTUHAL DRAFTING- John-. Wilson. 610 McPeak St. • • . • • • SOtfc USED CARS 1935 Chevrolet Coach 1936 Pbntlac sedan 1939 Olds business coupe 1932 GMC tmck 1936 Plymouth sedatt 1934 Chevrolet coupe 1935 Stude sedan 1941 4-door deluxe Ford sedan Vevoda Motor Soles School & Smm Ph. 370-W OOtfc ^OR SALE— 1937 cab-over-engiiii. 10-wheel job, $795. See Dan Cohen, phone 679 or 933-W. 97tfc For Renf FOR: RENT— Rooms with g ^eds, Also single room. 406 Henry St. lOOtfc ^O? BENT—Room closie in. 304 N. Pine St. Phone 1132-.T I03t3c FOH RENT—Three room modem tS^'^^iJ.*'^^^ J^ioe kitchen: 520 SpHth State St. 3/29ml6 Vi^hfed to Rent PHYSIO-THERAPY Your Program for Health and . Beauty START TODAY! : Treat Yourself to Better Health , ' and a Lovely Figut-e. Thousands have obtained gratlfy- ' ing results for. the relief of Arthritis, Neuritis/ : Lumbago,^ Sciatica, Palsy, Muscular Sore-l4^f' ness, Sprains, Figure Slenderize ng. Electro-Vapor Baths Swedish Massage Jcramatic Spot Reducing Exercycie • v Contourette Slenderator ..' Infra-Red 20 Years; Experience Through This Modern Scientific Method Special Rates on: Courses EDITH E. BELL, Maswuse Member MaoFadden. Health Assn. 205 N. Oak St., Phone 218. 971me WANTED — 2 -bedroom or more house to lease, rent or buy. Prefer lease. Appreciate any Information. Please call Mr. Bren- pany, 840. 3/18mlp :WTED TO RENT:=SSSS; cottage or house for one adult, permanent. Call Ukiah 1; 97tfx yiTanted Employment SITUATION WANTED-IS;;:^- enced stenographer desires work at home near courthouse. Dlc- .JyP'nSi mimeographing. Will, call .and deliver.-Ph. .301R 103t3p GARDEN PLOWING-with Roto tiller. CaU 401-J. i.Siaio The Sport Center . _ ' 255 North State HAS. everything .for the athlete, the hunter, the fisherman. . . . Football shoes,' gym- shoes* athletic supplies, bunting clothes, shptguns. .22 rifles, air riflles, nmmiinitlori: ; " . . 46tfc SONOMA MATTRESS WORKS of CotaU, Calif.. Let < us convert that old mattress into a modern innerspring. Box springs. rebuilt New innersprings and box springs made to ordfer. For information call Ukiah Rug ' Cleaners, phone 727- W. 83tft GARAGE OWNERS— Standard repair order books In stock at Redtvood-Journal;"' 36tfx Radio Repairing ONE-DAY service on all types of home or auto "radios. ^ PAULO.NITSCH State & Clay. Ph. 47-J. 75tfc BUY .SELL- TRADE iTHROUGH THE CLAISSIFXSD COLUMNa

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