Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on April 23, 1948 · Page 6
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April 23, 1948

Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California · Page 6

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•""'17 C' 'I*'.-.-' -"^i- PRroAY; A^RIL'SS, 1948 Annua! SpWngLurieFiebn :,t \ A Most Enjoyable E^enf ,1 D sitlct and state officials ol BUi^iiiiess & Professional Womenfs clup 'were welcomed in Uki&h by thief lOdOl chapter Saturday lor a tWO'day convention at whlcli new officers were installed, encourag­ ing-i^etJorts of increasing membership were given and a program of ekpartdin^; horizons for. the bust ncss woman wris heard. Thfe con- elttve ended Sunday with an in- s^Uatlbn at which Mrs, EUa K. ButlSi' of • Uklah took office as dlStrfct president.MJss Laura Lorraine; state'president, was installing oflfctir. ' dther officials installed were AmeHa Alward, Pepperwooa, first vic6 titesident; Elizabeth J. Weaver, Crescent City, second vice president; Margaret Hayes, Sebastopol, recording secretary; Henrietta: WiUIord, Ukiah, corresponding secretary; Pat Brewer, Wil- Uts, treasurer; Mary Glahn, Peta- lurila, auditor; Elizabeth Picot, Sahta Rosa, director at large; Hul- dkC. Wilson, Petaluma, junior iJpSt president. , • - Mrs. Butler named district chairmen as follows: education and i vocation; Helen Martinelli, Lakeport; finance, Helen HoUinger, :Wts5Uma; health and safety, fiorothy: Olson, Mann; international relations; Inez Campbell, Vallejo; legislation, Laura Lorraine, Sebastopol; membership, Ethel Bray, Crescent City; news service, Fran- ges'Dletz Lytton, Santa Rosa; em- tJiemj Grace Holihauser, Ukiah; ihuslc, Thei'esa Gnesbach, Garber- viUe; . parhnmentarian, Ida May Anthony, Eureka; program coor-. dhiatldri, Amelia Alward, Pepperwood; public affairs, Cynthia Frey, WUiits, attd radio, Adele Larte, Sants Rosa; £tet Future Maollngs Fj^ture sessions' of the Redwood Empire District were dated as follows: I^ail conference, October 16-17, at Vallejo; board meeting, JnnViary 15-16, Sonoma; Spring convention, Eureka. tntiah club,^headed by Myrtle Ejgllo, , president, : entertained the Saturday-SuAd'ay convention, the fifteenth annual assembly of the oi^ganlzation, for whldh.Miss Hulda Wilson of Petaluma, district presi- deii^i presided.Drusia^ w^s pKoirman for the convention which brought to Ukiah a total registration of 145 members, the largest assembly of the Redwood Empire district. It was crowned with suc­ cess'due to perfect weather, cordial hospitality, excellent entertainment, fine food and beautiful flowers. •Tftsi? invention pbened Saturday evening with a banquet in the Gahton Room of the Palace hotel. Sunday morning breakfasts of the executive bbard and the membei--' shi[B.,wore held m the hot(il. and the. lunchedn assembly, of which the wants dub was in charge, under the leadership of Pat Brew­ er,'fheifpteslddnt, was ill Hou.se of Garner. Installation was at the' latter. Election was held Sunday mprning following a report by Mrs. Louise Bernhard, convention' election chairman,' and casting of a white ballot by tlie secretary, Alice Ward of Santa ROSta. Forly, P^r cent increase Sunday morning reports at the general assembly in the Palace hoVel'showed a gratifyihg iO% in­ crease-m district membersihip and mdUded Ukiah club, with ah increase of 21.6, for a new membership citation: Three new clubs—^ GarberviUc, Eel Rivei* 'Valley and S9noma 'Valley—were accepted. , .To" Clear Lake club went the $5 prize .of Bernice Foster Cober of Ukiah, district news chairman, for the best publicity scrapbook. Juahita Bradshaw, Ukiah, credentials chairman; reported and Phoebe^ Sthi-uckmeyer of Santa' Rosa, chairman, presented courtesy resolutions of Sunday mocning. At thp Saturday evening banquet, District President Hulda Wilson responded to welcome ex- tefidea ^by Mrs. Eglin; Miss Lor- rai^^e, state orcsident, led, the flag Biilute. Miss Amelia Alward of Pepperwood, district second vice prpVident, sang the collect. Musical numbers, arranged by Mrs. Harris; "general conyehtioh chairman, were songs by Hcrbett Cochrane with Mrs. Arthur Schllder-at the plapo and whistling numbers by MrS:^Melvin Prathei' of Clear Lake w'l ^L Nona Bandtol of the Clear Lake dub accompanying. Banqueters heard the national edubation and vocations chairman, Etl\feJ Johnstone of San Francisco, m a: fine talk on Educating a ChingJng World. "Education sh(jtl}d have a goal of action, creation—Of combining our human ai^cl. phy.sical resources to the end of a better, finer, more secure, yet Inij^^endent and thoughful life," she said. ,'We are working women, hold together by. a common bond . . . We wish to develop a good pattern for a woman's working life . . . It means toning up women's bodies an (J,.their^minds , . . ^ End Discriminslion "We hope by • molding public opinion to break down discriminations against older workers and married women ... A program of ^public education will be devel- opfed to help clubs create_ public oiMhi ^lFWVirtSh' wiir 'cVicourage expansion in work opportunities. lengthening" of the work-lile and employment, and advaificemcnt oi| merit wl,thout. regard to', ogf, sex or marital status/.' Humor was provided at the banquet by men who earlier in the everang had appeared in a .successful blackface minstrel show for the Saturday Afternoon Club's "Husband's Ni|iht."Heriry SpUrr, barrister.'serving as Interlocutoi:, was the only undisguised "gem'n.''. Songs and patter brought laugH after laugh arid warm. applausf frorti the.women. . The banquet rooni showed -Call-; £ornla.'s centennial-of-the-discover- of-gold in profuse decorations of yellow flowers, in cah'dles and gilded leaves; m miniature-mln-- er's pans, picks, shovels' and nuggets;' and itl nut basket favors of gold. Drusla Harris named her Ukiah club convention committee as follows: Louise Beriihard, reservations; Esther Redwlne, deco-, rations; Frema Mathews, regis-^. tratitin; B^ss Eversole, room decoration. Miss Red Wine's decorations comhiittee Included Ruth Kington, Claudlne Ballestra; Olive Higgins; JUanlta BradshaW., and Mary Ellen Lance:' Alto Ballou, Henrietta Wlllfo^^, Ardis Roberts; Charlotte King assisted with registration. Lunehton Deeorationi. .The same-California-gold; com>r' blned with green and orange, -the federation colors; was in- bouquets preS&nted. the officials installed'by Miss Lorraine Sunday, anerrioon: It was in luncheon: decorations- of daffodils, Chinese lilies and prinlr; ros^s used by, the WiUits cfub hostessesi Luncheon entertainment chairman, June Roby of Wll- lits, presented Jimella Heckendorf of Wilhts in songs and other num^- bers were piano music. The new president; Mrs. Butler, was presented a book of verse compiled by Barnice Foster Cober and given by Myrtle Eglin; president, on behalf of Uiciah club. The, bdok,' contains: favorite-. vei:stis of all the Ukiah club, members. To the. retiring district president, Hulda Wilson,- Ella Butler presented, on behalf of the district board a gift ol Danish Princess |,sterllng'silver. MiUdred Woseert' Of- Sebastopol,, "On to Fort Worti'i" (•national convention locale) chair- maii, got a cowtJoy haj:. . Visitors given special welcome wore Alice Brown of ChicO, president of the northern district, BPWC,-and Edith McKcnzie, seo- retaiy of thtS Redding club. Ada May Fussdhnan- of Mann, past district presidertt, led ensemble smgirig Sunday; Mrs. Frohtt Is New P.T.A. Pi*esideiit .In the .absencei of .Mrs. Gladys Stevena, president; MrSi Frank Allen was..elected to preside at the . Parent ^Teacher AssoclaUori meeting' on Tuesday and dunng, the business msetii)^ plaijs .wer^ miide for the Summer Roundup of p?e-scho'ol^'chlldreh." th^ sam^ a^ was Held last year. ' i-'At' cdmmfftee wlis. appointed tb b^ ndtlfied (if the exact date! later. Fraftk I*' Zefek ahnounced tjiat ^gHth '>gi-aa«'sttidents -Will assist «l*hbuse to^ house catlVass to estimate the numb^ of pre-school children; T*his' infofmaUon will be used in the-n^w school bond issue. George- :Bietterle spoke of the very fine program planned for PuWit School, week. Classical piano music was beautifully presented by music chairman, Mrs.-Ada-Romer. Ihcoming officers were presented with lovely; corsages n ^adc - by Mrs. Henry Spurr; before-being : installed by MIS. C. C. HJoFarling, 27th District legislative chairman;. Officers, installed', were Mrs: Robert Frohn, president! Mrs, Fred-Welsh, 1st vice president; Frank Zeek, 2nd vice president;' Mrs, .Ernest Lau- tereUf secretary; .Mrs. K; F.-Farns- worthj treasurer;- William Mar- tme, auditor,. A past, president'^ pin-: was :'boughv and will be awarded to :Mr^. Gla''dys Stevens at the first Opportunity as she jWas unable to i be, present.. She has: worked faithfully' ani under" very, great hardships at..tin\es, jp-.'the two years served as pVesident...;. . Refreslitrients' ...hostesses were .ceconcl gracf^ mothers and inpluded Mrs.: Johii Wbbdwortli, chairman, Mrs. Robert Boyd, Mrs. Nicholas Zbitnrfff, Mirs. Ed- Lauppe,- Mrs. Henry Mercer and Mrs. Russell Dixon. Mrs. Frohn was named delegate to the annual convention of Par- ent-T.eagher Asspciations. m. Sac- rarhento • May ,42-13. ' .. Circle Qroiip Pays in New Look Probe Monday Services For Mrs. Johnson I Mrs. Josie Johhson", widoW of thb late GeOrge A. Johnson, jiassed :away at hdr home on-SoUth State s^^reet Friday, April l6, at the age iof 81. She was a native of SI. •Helena and- the daughter of the late Rev. and Mi's. Jesse Van, her father being an early day mlnis- tera of Ukiah. * Funeral services- Were held' from the JEversoIe Mortuary Monday -afternoon at 2 o'clock with Elbert Holland officiatingj with The Old -Rugged .Cross played as a special - request. InteiTOent was beside Ihe grave of her husband' m the Masonic Cemetery. Mrs. Johnson is survived by three children, Mrs. Edith Alger, Mrs. Charlotte King,and Preston Johnson, all of Uliiah.' She was la. devoted member of the Baptist church and a faithful. member of the Ukiah Rebekah lodge and her death is mourned by a wide circle of friends. , Pallbearers were from among her old friends: George Ward, George Anderson, D. C. Smith, C. M. Mannon, W. K. Davis-and Paul Mathews. Los Angeles County Car Cause of Wreck Patrolman Ingram reports an accident at the Cedar Cre?k bridge in Leggett valley, 45 miles north of Willits, at 6:15 -Wednesday afternoon when the car driven by Clyde Nunnemaker of Needle Rock was forced into the side of the bridge by another car, doing considerable damage to the bridge; The driver of the other car was taken ..nto custody later in Humboldt county and the car found to be registered to Los- Angeles county. No one was injured. A downtown San Francisco department store has purchased a cable car to decorate a roof garden on top of the structure. Hospiftil Appfovied A letter from Charles M. Wal- lenbeirg of the state department of public health to tha board of supervisors brdiight the statement that on April 14 the state had approved the levis^ plans (6t this' proposed M^adociiio County Hospltalf which include additions and; changes which have been accepted as a part of the prograth by the lire iharshal and statft depailment of health. ' A searching: investifeatiort into 'New Look standards, made hilariV ous entertainment for members ;of Circle E of the Methodist church .which: met in the hoitte of MisS Grace Tales, 303:ScOtt street; Tuesday evening;' • Equipped- With iheasurin^ tapes; , Mrs; James- feradshaw, : entertainment chairman;- and- her as- isistant,. Miss Ruth Kington, made' a merciless examination- 6f skirt, waist and hip measurements to 'the confusion of members Who had; •not expected^ the scrutiny. ^Irir itehfehts of 14 inches were their^ diCtumj waists should'be 24 inches,' bust 34 and hips-35; Those whose skirts'were shorter or who e:ioeed- edthe waist, hip or bust-slandafd?" werd fined onb cent an mdh; Two thlh' members who failed to' come up to those standards were each given a chocolate to Increase their size. •' Mrs. John Woodwoi'th, Jr., presided at the business- ipeeting whichiprecedeo the entertainment. Mrs. Orover:G.Neep gave the devotions. Guests .w^e Mrs; R. E. ffgckidir. .IVlfrs;.B0rf Richly' and Mrs. Jahn:,Wpod<*'orth;^Sf; . Employment Service Keporfs For Marcfi New applfdations for work dur- inir- March showed a slight der crease ovtr Februai^:.of this .year. Total applications for February, 255; Mafch; 25^. This is about 39a belbw. the same period- for 194*?. Total' Of aU acUve abpli- catlons on file as of end of Mar<di 1948, 692; The. local- office: made; 107 re^ ferrals to 80 job orders received; 49 persons' were placed on jobs. This season's unemployment slUmp IS- about the same: as last year; however, the recovery may occur a' :few weeks later due to late hea>>y: rains preventing thfe lumber industry fx-om: resuming operations. The present outlook is for in- creased'octiWty in the construction industry'and'Increasei In manufiic-' tured' goods from- forest products: This should stimulate business.for the -Ukiah tradhig area- "by' June. However, if the present trend''of m-migration of :uriskllled libor continues, this area may eaipect many hardship cases: The question of what to do about such cases may well be given some' thought at this: time.- Income Tax Exemptions Ektro Allowances Of 1 ^00 f9 Persons Of 65 Yeati . Persons fwhori Will: he 35,' .years of Bge;.lh •19.48 and are working f«ir s{|?ianes:i • subject: to : withholding tax ^re .entitled- to an- extra per* SQrta}.': exemptidn: begifamng Majlis, says the. collector- of .mtem«k; revenue, James G. Smyth qf the Fir^t Califotnia District. ' \ : Under .the:new.tax:laws:$600;iff the allow&nce:for one.personbl efx*-: emption.* : v. •: ' .In-order to qualify for additional exemptions; on- withholding- tax; a •: new Form- W-4;' Employee's Withholding. Exemption Certificate, must be- filed' with employer. This should bedohe byor before May li 'Whfen; the new rates'bev come effective- Thosfe. eligible to receive" ex-; ira" exranptaons mcludd anyone Woirkuig: for- wages subjectutoi withholding tayl who will be<JS5 years: of afee in 1948. 'When'hotli' liusbifnd and wife' will be' 65 this' year, foul-' exemptions may be claimedi' if onlii one 'becomes 6S' thiJi - year, three exemptions' may liia'imca Blind persons Working for wages subject to .Withholding istx -niay,.claim- two exemptions-.-311*6 ^ersonsv who are married mna : claim: three exemptions. If btrtb :are blind, they may claim (our _e*..emotions;: A. blind ,per.son who iwilr be 65: this-year mav "'''im ;thr6e exemptions. It both husband and' Wife Will-be 65 this j^eal', arid- lilirid, six- exemptli)^ may be claimed. v No one, regardless of- agexgiv physical', condition; who earn*^gr receives $500 of taxabl0 income' diiring the year; may be classified, a dependent. Only one exemption. Of $600 will'be allowed for a deperident, regardless- of depend- drtt'sage or physical condition; Collector Smyth pomted.put that Form W-4. Employee's v/'ithhol'd- ing Exemption Certificate, wjU be avall ?ible from employers by the. end of April,: or ulay be. obtamed from' the n^are'st Infefnal Reve- nufe' office: New withholding rates effective May 1 apply to all payments of wages made on .or .after. May 1, regardless of when earned. Private Rites J'of William Behym^r NEW DISTRICT OFjTICEHS' insiclled br Bui ^Mk 'fc Pio£e!iiieiiiiI Women's club at their c^sirict cTmit^Heti jipi Uklah April lf -J .il (lasding l «ft to right) £liMb«th Piqittri *«ialunia, tOi^ldi at larOer Mis* Murg^rqJt HarB*'. Sebadope), Mcordipg Mer «ta^;_ Amelia Alward, Peippuwood; iSxst vice president; Ella BuUar.Ukleih; pirisSii. dent:'£lis8b «th J. 'vh^^n. San Rafj^. seeofad vie«''j^reiid«nt: Mary Crahh,' ^eiB^Jma: iiidiiioh Pat Bt ^M ^K -^ililfe, AtiHnfeir.' ' ' i William Wallace Behymer, father of Mrs. Joseph BarringeSvOf iTalmage,' died Sunday, Apr4;18, at his daughter's .Home where he had been a guest foe the past month. He was a resident of Stockton afid 69 years of age. Formerly he had residbd in the vipmlty of Fresno and had engaged in raisitl gi'owing. He IS survived by his wife, Mrs. Effie Cole Behymer of Stocktop, his daughter, Mrs. Bamnger of Talmage, and two. grahdsons, William and Gerald Bamnger. Private services were held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Chapel of thS Chimes, Santa Rqsa, wa,th the Eversole Mortuary. of Ukiah in charge. , , ,. NOW IN NEW'ttbME Mr. and Mrs. Emll Meyer and their daughter Carol Ann have moved into their new hoine on' Banker .boulevard • In Cochrane addition. Thejr have been living at Cypress and Pine streets in a honie owned by Mr. and Mrs. Max Berlin' eft V 801 North Oak street, who : are Mrs;' Meyer's parents. HECOBD lliniiEAAl. DEPO^iTS San Bernardino county has 29 mineral substances., on its com-. m\)rci'ar list', I'endVni* all titlior.'; in inineral variety. Priday Funeral For Lakepbrt Morticiein W. Harold Laity, funeral director, died In Lakeport Monday, Apyil ^9, -and funeral .-services will be held.wJones Mortuary, Lgkeport, Friday, at 2 p.m-/ >,-.; ; • ^ ' , Bbrn in " R'ockland, Calif„'Mr. Laity'aiid liis'family Came to Lakeport two years "ago after havUng been' in business in Truckee and Simta Rosa. He is survived by his wife, ylbla B. L,aity.and'a son, Leland' J; of San FrahciSco. iFollbwing the services in Lakeport there vvili be cremation and in^-nmetit. in' Chapel of the Chiii-ies, Sahtu Rosa. Fariners in Califoynia are now using-twice 'as nlniiy li-a'clol's as- prior to the war, INVttyTUi . El Roncbo Navarro Folks Have' Two Suit^ Pending Joe Selby: of El Rancho Navstrp' near Philo has been -made defend', ant m two civil suits'-filed-/thi^ we^k through the. law firm, of Spurr &'Bruner,. attorneys, for; Ray. and, Aileen Shorey^-.partners' of Selby since: about Octoljer Sly 1945, whena's-is claimed in one^ complaint, the Shorpys and Selby ent'ere'd into an oral' agreefai^nt to establish'ahd run the resort as a^ dudp^ rancK .One cQhipJamtiasks ^"r a decree! dissolving the: partnership,- an, or{ ide 'r calling fo 'r ah: a(?couritii5g anff determination of. the amount due; 'the Sboreys from Selby. as their, interest in the: pairtuerslup, plus idam ^es of $10,000 for being ex;eluded:from the business;. A further dec;ree is sought determining that ^elby.holds legal tltle.to the iprogerty as trustee for the Shoreys iand,Jiimself as tenants ,in'partner-- ship : The complaint expjains that the oral agreement. was that r Selby woula' contribute his title :to The Pines,' his Nhvarra river resort,, and- Mr. and Mrs.- Shorey would; devote their full time to the con-^ duct and management of-the business:: of El .Rancho Navarro. Th^. contract waSHo run 10 years-and thte, profits Were .to- be shared 50-50; The Shoreys claim to have advanced $15;0(J0,'but that The Pines, estimated worth. $20,00() remained ih Selby's name.'He contributed additional - funds of an unknown' amount • Thfe partnership began opera-' tibns on October 30, 1945' Selby, lit is said, kept the books, but never rendered- an accoUhtlng;' and Since July 1 he htis denied the' partnership antf "forcibly excluded" the^ Shoreys from the bu"sK ness and' operation and caused their ejectfon;- 6y Reason of their joint' etl (rfts; they claim the prop- ierl^ is- noW worth: $100,'oOO. Secoiitf Cause tor Action . The cpmpahidn suit charges'that on Septdmber 01 IS^V, Selby 'lii^irclously and without-Cause or excuse" caused a crin;unal' com- lilalnt. to h& filed' against the Shoreys in Anderson- townslilp, charging' them with-unlawful removal of buildings ^nd improve'^ rnenta from Selby-s lands.- "jThe warrant was served'by ;the constable of the towship; they were: placed under arrest and- remained in custody until released on- their own recognizance. On the motion Of Selby the complaint was dismissed' on Obtober 30. This action is declared Jnalicious and. done for the purpose of har-. racing and- mjUrinfe^ th^: Shoreys ip their good,name and reputation, for. which they ask $5000 in-general daina.ges and $2500 m ex- ehiplary damages- for, J 'f^is^ an -efet and^- imprisonment and malicious prosecution;" h Prorate Meetini meeting of Bartlett peai ranchers: in. the. Ukiah dlstVict has Seen set for Thursday, April 29; In the city hall, Ukiah, beginning- at &• o'cloclc, It -Was- an- :;iounc^ in- Sacramento- by the state department of agriculturfe;'- , Purpose Of the meeting-will- be ltd receive'nominations for-' officers in the ^tirograhi committee of Pear Proration Zone 1. • •'• .1. A. representative of th^ bureau- of niarkdt^ will be present td' re-r' celve ndmlnations for the oflFices, the departmeht said! The.prograiid' comhiittee consists of seVeri"pro'dUcer mranbers and- seven:: alternate' members; '• and works iri coordination with Director df Agriculture A; A; Brock in^ the •admlrilstratjon - program- for' cattning Bartlett pears: Young Adults Give Variety Program A, varied prograrii of music, readmgs.and humor was entertainment when- the -Young: Adults of the Methodist church gave a benefit, party April: Iti for the church kitchen furnishings fi^nd. . Roy Loberg was a seev who ;found astounding things, in the icrystal-ball until he and his. eol- , leagues were whisked back into a mythical institution from which !they were said to have escaped. i'Gene Corbett and IVlrs. Harold 'Lawrence were an amusing duo in 18! 'poor little petunia in an onion ibed' skit. I . Ewcirt Mitchell and Corbett sang: duets and: solps were sung by Mrs. Thomas McCafae who also appeared- in a trio which included Mrs. iDon Zylstra and Mrs-. J. T. Grace. Mrs. Nelmes Smith gave two reading?,. . The.' program ended with Mr. and-'Mrs.:Elmer PUrdy. m costume [folk- dances. Afterwards' they turned instructors and taught the' steps'to those who were willing to attempt the more simple dances; • Mrs; Lawrence wdschairmanfor the party aidfed b^ Mrs;. Robert iFrohn; Mrs. Nolan Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snyder, Mrs; Don Musser and Mrs; John-Woodworth; Jr. First.Annual- Spring luncheon; of WS.CS. of 'the Methodist; chureh'wBS one of• those charm'; Ing social events talked of long after. The church social" hdll was like a spring garden with massed flowbr^j-flbwfet-decked screens and stBgei Tabieii at* Which more than •100 were served a- delicious luncheon, were-.-varied'and beautiful ift their appointments. Hostesses^ forv^ach table chose their tyitA decor. SOme were bright With pottery; lace- cloths and' : lighted candles accented - others Flower arrangements, place cards, gleaming silver and chma made the setting- at'which numerous in dividual parties enjoyed the food and entertainment. Mrs.; Frank Crane was general chairman. Mrs. 'Veme Boulware was responsible for the musical entertainment which ac.cented the festive spirit: of •• the occasion, Pianissimo V music by Mrs.- Orah BolHnger made a pleasant background to conversation; She was also accompanist'to - Mrs. Don Zylstra, soloist. WHma Rawles sah{[ popular nurhbers adcompa-^ nied by Vondalee Cyphers. Mi| W. D. L. Held had a table for IB. Mrs; J. J; MacNab: and Mrs: 3< 3, Guter were corhostesses for a' group of le;- There were 12 at Mrs,^ Charles A; Lindemann's table. Hostesses whose parties numbered eight were Mrs. J.'H, •Hansen, Mrs. Robert -Frohn, Mrs, Esther McDonald, Mrs, Burt Banzi haf and Mrs. Jr D.: Branson. The menu miluded chicken mushroom loaf -with sauce, :green peas, hot rolls made by Mrs. Ray IngleSi lime jellied salad -with pears, chocolate cake, coffee and tea. ••: ••• -. . Assisting Mrs. Crane were Mrs; Bertha 'X'arbrough and Mrs. John Woodworthi Jr. Official hostesses wereJ^rs; Henry Frohn- president of' W.S;C.S.; Mrs. B ; BiBcker, Mrs; M., Neisbh,' Mrsi J. A. Rupe and Mrs. John Finne. Mrs. Ingles and Mrs. Finne:were, m charge- of decorations. ': • Judge Gibson. Trying. Sonoma Libel Action Superior Judge Lilburri' Gibson IS at Santa Rosa presiding in'the I 'priminal libel action brought against. C. R. Walker, the - outgrowth of the bitterness engendered- last fall in the state senatorial race m that county and in which Walker is said to have circulated libelous literature attacking C-J. Tauzer, the successful candidate. The trial began Monday mom'- ing' and; at the weekend Walker had'summoned 37 witnesses; from the sheria!s office, the office of the district attorney, Santa Rosa police, and others. JOHN SACCHI DIES HERE Thb body of JohaSacchi of Fortune; a brother of James Sacchi of Ukiah, was prepared for • biirial- by • thei JIversole:: Mortuary and' shipped .to- Fortuna: Mr. Sacohi, a- veteran >jf World War I; .passed away'here oh ApBl 14 at the age of 5^ years. Services were held Sat^irday;" at. JForfiina from the Hunter & "Wise Mortuary. ', MpTHEH .VISITING HEB^E Mrs: F, M. Bewley of Long Beath. is houseguest for a week or'more ptthe home of her daughter; Mrs. J. G. Rumer, 1105 West Cliurch street. Mr. and Mrs. Bewley are acquainted in \fkiah; hav- iiiK"VK1tea: hei'G'vVitli the Rumois last fall. HealthMovieShown To Catholic League Catholic Women's League held its meeting: Wednesday afternoon in. The-:Albertinum where the Dominican sisters and students of the convent-- joined ,Uiem to: see a film displayd by^Frank Harader on Your Health Department. The boys and girls sat by while the adults were • quizzed by ' Mr. Harader on local health'conditions;. Miss Alice Ward of the Federal Indian service reported her observations were unfavorable. Other comment indicated encouraging prospects for more supervision and Inspection of milk, water, restaurrJits and public msbtutions and the students voted to give the adults straight A's on their-answers. : an the absence of Mrs. Peter Frati, president, Mrs. Arch Moyer presided.for the busmess meeting. Final arrangements were made for the league's annual food sale May 8 m Baizarini Grocery on State street. Mrs. Lyle Braae was wel- coihed as a.new member. The business meeting was held m El ROsano, girls' quarters of the convent ^ , Refreshments were served by ;Mlss"Kate Gobbi, hostess chairman, assisted by Miss Mary Smith and Mesdames Ben Foster, Tony Bartolontei,;C. L. FansloW, A. R. Lemos and 'Veronica WUshon. Next meeting of the organisa- tioiv Ml lie May'12. •FREDERICK ELDER DIES Services for Frederick A..Eld^r of Cloverdale were held on Tuesday of last week from the Welti Funeral Parlors at Santa Rosa. He was the brother of James Elder of 'Uikah,: former county recorder, and of Mrs. Augusta Ruddock of Philo, and,is survived by his wife, Mirs'. Daisy'Elder. The home had beeh at Cloverdale: sinde last July. coiiPENsATioN AWARDED; . Comjiensation totalling $441 wafe awarded Robert F. Cox, of Cummings, by the California In- dustii'ial Comriilssion for the, disability he suffered last Se ^Ae 'm- btil-.- Cox- had boen employed as a sh:ike packer by the Leggett,'Valley Redwood Products Cornpany, eurrtmi-hgs; when' a bundle of shakes fell on his left foot. WE WERE FOURTH IN WOOL SACRAMiENTO, Apr. 17. (WNS) —The wool crop in California- ikst year ranked fourth among, the nation's wool-producmg states, according to thfe California Crop and Livestock RepOirtmg Service. Texas, Wyoming and Montana only led California, which produced 15,054,000 pounds of wool from 2,275,000 shesp- last year,, despite declining flocks here. This' compared to' 17,607,000 pounds from 2,525,000 Sheep in 1946; Garden Clublnvites Public For Meeting : The public is invited when Uklah Garden club holds' its nfext ipeeting at.8 o'clock on Thursday dvenlhg, April 22- at ;the MUnlcl-: pal clubhouse. Members and their ifrlends will have the'pleasure' of hearing a program presehted by Albert Wilson,. who. has chosen as his subj'ect, Yielders of Beauty In thfe Gaiden A • Stanford graduate with the Class of 1927, Mr. Wilson received his • master 's- degree m botany from the same umversity m 1934; A person of outstanding ability iri his field, Albert Wllsoii' has been the garden authority for: the Na^ tional Broadcasting Company since 1945, and has also completed V two successful lecture tours : of the trmted' States' and' Canatla.' • Garden club members: have eagerly anticipated this'particular program, and in order to share: what bids.'fair: te b^ p. most enjoyable evehirig,; the: club is extending ai'veiTr cordiat invitation to the public to attend; I. $14,153 County's Liquor Fees Cut For the halt-year period: ending December : 31. Mendocino-county Will receive $14,153,14 of the total liquor licens- lees' collected' in the state,- amonriting to: $li882,464:77; To the unincorporated areEfs'will be -paid $581,891' Uklah .will receive $3292 50, Fort Bragg'$3191 2.'), WiUlts $1362.50, Point Arena $435 This payment is the first' ihadef under the changed law;' effective September 19; and is' of - a' mixed nature. The'^state; retaitis :fane-half of: the fees eanied' from July-: 1: to September l8, lfl47. Of th* fees earnedvafter September 18 to December 31 the ehtire'-amount is being .'Teturned to i the local governments, t Dom Crinel'a Feted At Birthday Dinner On thfe occJiSiOrt Of his'Oiirthday last Thursday nighty April-15,: bont Cnnella of '444 McPfeak street vra^ the guest of honor at a' dinner for 25; guests. Mrs. CrineUa was: the \ hostess: at one of her- traditionally fine - raviola-' and: fried .chicken ditmers.*: • Gs(mes -were played' after-dinner in the rumpus: room,' including four tables of pedro. '. r. • ,>^/*' The guest list included, Mr. and Mrs. James Busch, Mr. and Mrs: Mort Eilers, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Frey, Mf. and Mrs.-lien'Michael- son,- Mr. and Mrs; Adolph:Parducci, Mr. and Mrs. Swan Sjoberg, Mr. and Mrs. John Venturlj Mesdames Anna Cnnella (mother of the honoree), • Georgfe"Eckman, Joe Garner, Emma Kelson; Misses Stella Kelsen, Virginia' Simmons, Anita Lucetli; also-Charles'-Ped- riola and-Bob Stolz. GOODWINS VlSn''HEftE = Mr;- and- Mrs; E. C. Good-win- and baby daughter, Da-wn' Renee, have re'j'urn^d to' Ihdf' Home-in- San Francisco after a -itwo: •weeks visit in the home of-Mrs. Good'- win's parents; the Prank-Vallettes of 6l2 •West Smith stVe'^t. Mrs. Goodwin' -Was Marcelle 'Vallette' and IS their youngest daughter. IT PAYS TO TRADE IN UKIAH TWO DRJVEHfe' LOSE MCEHSE SACRAMENTO;'Apr; 17. (WNS) —The state department of motor vehicles tpok the following- action- on two driver' licenses in Mendocino county: Suspended licehses of Robert Herbert Gamble or Herbert Robert Gamble, Willits. and Clyde E. Roper» I-aytonvillc, for a second charge of driving,.^ while intoxicated: • - ' ,• i.T Of 333,969 Indians in thfe-United States at thfe last' federal qensus; 19,212 reside in California; The Russian government ordered Fort: Ross, in- California abandoned April IS, .1839. jldvtTtbtmtnt From where I sit... Joe Marsh Homer Dbes Some ''Back-Seat Sewing! Homer Bcntley's missus was working on her new sewing machine, when EomAr comes- Hi, draws up a chair, and starts talking: "Don't you tliink you're running too fast?" he sajig: "Slow down! Watch out! Be careful!" When the iniasus finally turns with murder in her eyes. Homer says/goodnaturedly: '"I thought you nli-rht like alittlc help, dear^ like J cu help'me drive the car." ,Th3 r .:;ccn3 .c:ji'.t help but burst C-JL ;aaf;!.::!s—and they settle'what ir.'slit have been a quarrel over a friendly glass of beer. The lUissbs agrees to give up back-seat driving and naggiilg Homer about ashes on the rug. Homer agrees to, quit criticizing Sarah's taste for flowery hats and parsley salad: From where I sit, the key to getting-on together is meeting every issue-half way^—and overlooking any petty differences in tastes-f- -whether these tastes apply to beer or flowery-looking hatsi ; V Cop)light, I'm, United Stales Brewer} Foundation

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