Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on April 23, 1948 · Page 7
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April 23, 1948

Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California · Page 7

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B^}^6 ^Majii ^rpBs'vd. Julius M. Fd^p>HaJntl6.. granted final de- cr^fr of dlvowe Epi ^tjB James B. Wilson, de- ceisfed- ''C: .'Mi Mannon appointed »oje"' appriaiaer.^"* ''' ' lEsta^e Edward Buss, deceased. W'. ^, VanrUyJce, appointed sole apprajs6i!;',.,:i:-.-^,,-., • Matter of Arthur ..Jerome Jay^ox, alleged mentally 111. Jury triql. Verdict that Arthur Jerome Jaycox js.not.mentflUy ill. APRIL 16. 1848 ••-...i, Probate . • Ksfate Inez Ei Murray, deceased. CM. Mannon appointfd sole'ap- raiser. v:, /Estate James Henry Hale, deceased; Executor discharged. : Estate Sophia Pyhala, deceased. CM. Mannon appointed sole ap- piaiser. /f(,,£sfaie Johri'A. Gustafson, deceased.: Order nunc pro tunc as of April 9, setting aside entire estate.to widow. : Guardianship 'of person and ite Harvey Whiting, incompe- t person. Fourteenth e count approved, and allowance of $30 per ijionth coptmued.; Transferred to spepial probate. calendar. ^ Estate ^d guardianship Charles P.. J^p^nra.tl)>; minor. Nii>.th account 7 continued to April 30. Estate Aintoinette Sassenrath, incompetent person. Resignation of guardian' and petition for ap- poiiitihent and ninth account continued to April 30, Guardiar*hip Robert L. Sanders and William L. Sanders, minors. - First .account allowed, approved ,and settled. Attorney al- LEOAL XOTIGE I Codecs '7 lowing l^sit MEr 'TtoWia, DEPARTMEHT OF NATURAL RESOURCES — STATE OF CALIFORNIA— ORDER OPENING WATERS TO FISHING • For. the purpose of further protecting fish with which the.Fish and Game Commission has stocked thevai'ious waters of this State, of insuring their growth and better means of providing an adequate supply and to the end of improving fishing conditions generally' throughout' the State,, and upon the recommendation of the Fish and Game Commission 6f the SJate of California and pursuant Island by virtue of the.authority vested in me by the provJsipjis of Section 495 of the Fish and Game " Code,.State.of California,,the.fol- waters withm the County MENDOCINO, State of Call- were closed to fishing, or the taking, killing or havmg of certEun. fish therein or therefrom during all times and seasomi during the year 1948: All tidewater and water in the 'lagoon at the mouth of Big Kiver and flowing watfer of said River upstream from the lagoon to the mouth of Two Log Creek . in Sec' 21, T.- 17 N., R; 16 W., M.D.B.&M. and as marked with signs placed by . the Fish and Game Commission; all of said waters lying in Sees. 24, 25, 28, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 34, 35 &- 36, T. 1.7 N., R. 17 W.; Sec. 1, T. 16 Ni, R. 17 W. and Sees. 19, 20, 21, 22,27, 28, 29, 30 & 31, T. 17 N.. R. 16 W.j M.D.B.&M.; said waters .to remain closed fiom the thirtieth day of Mayvto and including the thirtieth: day of September, both dates inclusive, each and every year hereafter until .further order or legislation as aforesaid. All tidewater and water m the lagoon at the mouth of Noyo River and flowing water of said •i. River upstream from the lagoon • * 'to 1 mile below Silverado area Boy.Scout Camp In Sec. 12, T. ,18 N., R. 16 W., M.D.B.&M. and s marked with signs placed by the Fish and Game Coirimission; all of said waters lying in Sees. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15 & 18, f. 18 N., R. 17 W. and Sees. 5, 6, 7, ,8, 9, 10, 11, 12 & 14, T. 18 N., 09. 16 W., M.D.B.&M.; said waters to remain closed from the thirtieth day of May to ahd" including the'thirtieth day of September, both dates inclusive, each and every year hereafter until .further order or legislation as iiforesaid. NO]l¥, good cause appearing therefore, it is hereby ordered th&t the above referred to streams are open to fishing in conformity with the existing legislation thereto pertai^ng. ' ' ' ; • It is further ordered that in addition to the publication of-this order'as provided for by Section 497 of the Fish and Ganie Code, State of California! a copy hereof be ported' ^t the Courthouse of said County at the place where notice.? are posted, pursuant to the provisions of Section 1200 of the Probate Code, State of "California, or some other conspicuous place. Given under my hand' and seaV this 31st day of March, 1948, to be effective April 30," 1948. WARREN T. HANNUM Director of Natural Resources I, Earl .Warren,. .Governor, do hereby give my consent to the " ove and foregoing order. EARL WARREN 1/23,30" • lowed $25. Estate J. A, Reriemeyer,' deceased. Second account approved. Guardianship person and Estate Fern Lorraine Hooper, minor. Accounting dropped! Guardianship of estate Lois M. Grove, incompetent person. Second account approved. Guardianship of Frank Purdy, insane person. Accounting dropped. Estate Lucmda Laura Gregory, deceased. Final account approved and distribution ordered. Estate Anna D. Flov^ers, deceased. Accounting' continued to April 30. Estate Florence May Hunter, deceased. Final account, report and petition for distribution continued to May 7. Estate Helen Lang, deceased. Accounting continued to April 30. Estate Arthur James Rowley, deceased. Decree that Arthur James Rowley died April 4,1947. Estate Charles Galletti, Sr .,.deT ceased. Accounting continued to May 21. .. Estate Wallace E. I,ane, deceased. First and final account approved, distribution ordered, administrator discharged. • . Estate Arthur riarlow Thompson, deceased. First and final account approved, distribution ordered. Estate Dennis Bromley, deceased. Proceedings terininated, administrator discharged.' Estate Charles Still well, deceased. S^me order. Estate Walter W. How?, deceased. Entire estate set aside to surviving widow. Estate Manda Bromley, deceased. Same order. > Estate Frances. Sehliecher, - deceased. Same order. Estate"W. P.!Thomas, deceased. LEGAL NOTICE "pEPAftTMENT OFj NATORAL" RESOURCES — STATE OF CALIFORNIA — ORDER OPENING WATERS TO FISHING For the purpose of further protecting fish with which the Fish and Game Commission has stocked the various waters oi this State, of insuring their growth and /better nibans of providii^g an ade-. quale supply and to.the end of improving fishing conditions gen-; erally throughout the State, and upon the recommendation of the Fish and Game Commission of the State of California and pursuant to ahd byvirtue of the authority vested in me by;t ^e provisions oil Section 495 of the Fish and Game Code, State of California, the following waters withm the County of MENDOCINO, State of Call-; forma, were closed to Wishing or the taking, killing or having of Certain fish therem or therefrom during all times and seasons during the year 1948: AH tidewater and water in the lagoon at the mouth of Ten Mile River and flowing water of said River upstream from the lagoon to the mouth of Clark Creek on the North Fork of Ten Mile River and to the mouth of Churchman Creek on the South Fork of Ten Mile River and fis marked with signs placed by the Fish ana Game Commission; aU of isaid waters lying Ui T. 20 N., R. 17 W., and T. 19 N., R. 16 & 17 W., M.D.B.&M.; said waters to re• main closed from the thirtieth day of May to and including the thirty-first day of October, both dates inclusive, each and every year hereafter until further order or legislation as aforesaid. (Order No. 20, 4-31-37) All tidewaters and water in the lagoon at the mouth of Albion River and flowing wdter of said River upstream from thr" lagijon- to Clearbrook Junction in Sec. 13. T. 16 N., R; 17 W., M.D3.&.M. and as jnarlced with signs placed bif the. Fish and .Game Commission; all of said waters lying in'Sees. l3,^ 14, 15, 2j, 22, 23 & 28,.T. 16 N., R 17 W., M.D.9.&M.; said waters to remain closed from • the thirtieth day of May to and including the thlrty-flcst day of October, both d^tes inclusive, ejBch and every yeai*: hereafter .until further order or legislation a's aforesaid. NOW, good ca.use „ ^ppe^ring therefore, it is hereby ^ordered that the above referred to streams are Open to' fishing in cgnfortnlty with the existing legislation therie- to pertaining, ^ . •'; : . It is further orderecf that in addition to the publication of this order 'as provided for by Section 497 of the Fish and Game Code, State of California, a copy hereof be posted: at the Courthouse of said County at the place where notices are posted, pursiiant to the provisions of Section 1200' of the Probate Code, State of California, or some other conspicuous place. Given under iqfiy hand and seal this 31st day of March, 1948, to be effective April 30, 1948. v WARREN T. HANNUM Director of Natural Resources ,1, Earl' Warren^.jS.ovemor, do hereby give my consent to" the above and foregoing orAer. EARL WARREN 4/23,30 Will admitted to probate. H.',p. Cleland -aplpointed exj^ciltpr- with-, out bond. •' ,v: v. • ' GuaMifinshlp estate, and rpersoh Melody D61 Pozzo rtinbr. W. R. Griffith and-Elva Griffith appointed guardidns. . 1 •• Estate Edward Buss, deceased.' Decree of ho inheritance tax-dUe. Decree that Edward BUSS dfed March 12, 1948. DaVida M. B)lss appointed administratrix, bond set at $4000, ^ Estate, Ben Moralli, deceased.* May, Moralli. appoihted' a^minlA' stratrix. Bond set at ?J12,70I|. 'Vi'. S. 'Van Dyke appdintMi-soW i ^jp-; prafser .Estate Luigi Pardini, decepsed, Ai-m;deo r Pardim. appointed oA-, mmistj-jitor. Bond set, at $1400. , Estate vLizzie take, deceased.; FrapcesBurkett appointed .admin­ istratrix. C. "M. Mannon appointed, sole appraiser^/ ; • .-.i Guardianship person and estate Gonzala Loya Martinez, ineom- petent person.Petititfn for appointment of guardian continucfl , to April 23. Civil 'il<ouis Kovacs et al vs.;Jessie M. Newcomb. Apiended demurrer tO: amended complaint overruled; 10 days tp answer, police waived. Mary E.. Jones vs. Glen Jones. Plaintiff granted final .decree of divorce. . . Lillian J. Montgomery vs. William G. Montgomery. Special de- pjurrer to answer overruled. Victpi: M. Guehennic et. ux vs. Fred Olsen et al. 'Motipn t6.tax tiosts. granted except ;thttt ihotion to sttlke charge of $2,50 for. tak- ipg picture dertied.s . M. A.. Sloper vs. Fannie D. Sloper et ^1. Order of .submission: M ^rgarjBt Bir)]$ong vs.'Robert fe.Birdaong, Plaintiff granted final decree of divorce. Wslt'er £>an<:e vs. PUullne Marshall .Dan<ie. Henrlng on order to show cause .continued .to April 30. Emma L. Marlani,vp.. WVe A. Mariani'. Sal^ " of projierfy confirmed to H. G. Tfethaway aid May Trethaway for $6000.;. E»< pentes and compensation.'allowedi LEOAT^ NOTIGE . DjBPARTMBlfT OF NATURAL RESOUflOC9-^ STATE PF CALIFORNIAv-^ ORDER OPENING WATERS TO FISHING For. the purpose of further protecting fish with which th? Fish and Game Commission .has stocked the ..ya.npils,. vijatgra: of ^ of Ins ^urjpl thbir.'growtTh phd ter meaps. of providing nn adpr' quale supply and to the.end of Improving fishing conditions generally : throughout the State, and; upon the recommendation of the Fish dnd Game Gommission of the State'of CalifoMa and pursuant to and by virtue of the authority vested in me by the provisions of SectioP495;of the Fish and Grme Code, State of California, the following waters within the County of MENDOCINO, State' of California, were closed to fishing or the taking, killing or having of certain fl^h therein or therefrom during all times and seasons during the year 1948: . All streams tribu tary to the Pacific Ocean on the Coast of Humboldt County and all portions of such streams from their' mouths to their headwaters including a|l tributary streams, lagoons (except Big and Stone lagoons), lakes (except Lake Pillsbury and its tributaries) and reservoirs; clpsed from the first d^y of May to and including the twenty-eighth day of May, both d^tes inclusive, each and every year-hereafter until further order or legislation ps. aforesaid. (Supersedes Closing Order No. 72, <Jated April 6, 1942) XAmehdr ed—Order No. 109, 3-20-45) All tidewaters and wafer in the lagoon at the mouth of Garcia River and flowing water of said rivfer, including tributaries, iipstreaih from the lagoon to Gaicia Falls in T. 1^ ,N., R. 17 W.. T: 12 N., R. 16 W., T. 13 N., R, 16 W., T. 12 N., B. 15 W; ahd T. 11 N., 15 W., M.D,B.&M.; said waters to remain closed frJDm the first day of May to and including the thirtieth day of September; both dates inclusive,' each and every year hereafter until further order or leg- islaiidn as aforesaid. (Supersedes Closing Order No. 20, S€c. 1, sigped AprU 13, 19.17 J (Order NO. 1.35. Filed 4-8-46; effecUve 4-8-46) J>IOW, good cause appearing therefore,' it is , thereby ordpred that the aboye referred to streams are opep to fishing in conforrtilty with the fisting legislation thereto pertaining. It is further prdeired t)iat in addition to •: the TJuhUcatlon of this order as provided for by Section 497 of the FJsh' and Gaine Codb, State of California, a.cbpy herfeof be posted at the CpUrtbou«e of said County, at ,th6 plaCe where notices are posted, pi^rsiiapt to 'the provlsipris of Section ,1201)' of the t»robate (iode, Stete of California, or sonie other coii^icuous pla.ce. Given under my hand and sedl this 31st day of March,' 1948, to be effective AprU 30, 1948; WAHREN T. HANNtXM Director of Natural Resources I, Earl Warren, (ipyemoi-, do hereby" give my conse;nt. to 'the above and foregoing order. EARL WARREN 4/23,30 9p |>b| $fr^f %F *^nt Couldn THE I THIN, WORK. w«ier:« .avenue fait that'tomathing had'; wbtw thi< ttiotful of the AhlOni the coneret* lhat let do, L'M^WIL. _ lar.Md fpon wak in ovcr.hi* <l«pth;\ , ^ ^ •vtnhigr.'le) «•» cuni'^hlouff; ini it win eiillM oUi ynth 'BU IrVc- FlorCiye FliiUips vs. John 'Earl Phillips; Further hearing '6n' ordet, to show cause and motion to modify interlbcutory decree'pf diVorpii continued toVMay 21. Robert Valaris ej al vs. Hazel Shafsky.'Case submitted. Charlotte ite. jRoberts vs.. Rex M. Roberts. Hearing on order to show cai^se continued to. AprU 23. J. Black, and Velma V. Johnson lys, ilaymond t). Anderson et il. Set for trial A.pril 23^^ Bdward J."'Vapderbosch vs. R. Glen Vapderbosch. et a )l Demurr rer coptinued to; AprU 36;< f s Jaul Bray vs. Ann Br«^. Plpinr tiff granted Interlocutory decree of divorce, on ground :t)f extreme cruelly. , Irene Shaffer .Wilson Vs.- Okey yfilspn, Plaintiff gr^pted > inter- loucutpry decree . of idlvproe on ^ound,'of extreme •!tni6lty. Ete- fendant .ordered -to; refrain from ent6rlhg^ plaintiff's home on molesting her. . Bureau of Credit AdipinfstrtilliJn etc, vs. Henry Nash,^.et al. Demurrer submitted and ol^erruied; De- f^ndfint given 10 days after police to answer. , " West Coast Export Materials et ai vs. J. A Keaster et ux. pe- muper to count 1: and 2 wlthr dra 'wii.. l^emiirrer to' coupts 3 pnd 4 apgued pnd sujiimitted, •.' Earl D: iilngland'VS. Edith M; Ripgland. Set for trial Apffl 23. r •J- Serin^ vs.; H. H.; Wpnacott. DEPARTMENT OF, NATURAL , RESOURCES — STATE; OF.' CALIFORNIA. ORDER OPENING WATER'S ,TO FISHING Fpr the purposeof further pro-' tecting fish with which the Fish and Game .Commission has stocked: the various-waters of this.State, of insuring their growth and better pieans of prpviding an. adequate supply and to the end-of improving fishing conditions generally throughout '•tfte StbtCj and upon the recommendation oi tbe Fish and Gamfe Commissiop of the State of California and pursuant to and by .Virtue of-the authority vestedin.'me by-the provisions,of Section 495 of the.Fish find Game Codei State of California, the following waters within .the. County of MjENDOCINO, State of.Cali- forniaj were clpsed to fishing or the taking, kllUng or h&vmg of certain ^ fish therein or therefrom during all.) times and seasons during the year 194B: ••j All tidewater: and"! water in the lagpon at the'moufh of TsTa- vprro River and flowing' water of said river upstream from, the: lagoon to the North Fork Bridge on " thi McDonald-to-the-Sea Highway in Sec 18, V 15 N., R. 15 W., M.D.B.&M. on the North Fork of- said River^and to tfie Greenwoo'd Road Bridge, at' Rivere'st in Sec 11, T. ,14. N.,: H. .15 W .V • M;D;B.&M; oh the South Foi'k of said Rlyer, apd aj marked - with sighs 'placed- hy .th6 fish apd Gime Coipnils- Slon; all of sSid wkter^ .lyipgln Sees.' '3,;*', .10', 11 & 1'2;,T: 15 N.,' R: 1.7,Wi;;SeCs..9 ,,9a .3.14,15,16, 17, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26 & 36,. T. 15 N., R: 16 W.; Sees. 18 & 31, T. IS N., R; 15 W. and SecS;'3, 4, 5, 10 & ll,'^ T. 14' N.-, R; 19 W., M.p.B.^M.; ..said',waters to re- liiain ^psed frpni'the first day? of'May to and, ihqludihg .the thtrty;-flrst day of October, both dates/inclusive, each and evevy year hereafter until f uHhir pr, der'or. leglslpliph as p^re^di , ilOW, r gppd ' eptise ' a'piiearlng thejfitoH, it ''is hereby ordered that the above: refejred ;to ^Ir^ams pre open to-flshihg:in copfonhity with the .existing leglslatloii there- tP'ioeffaihJn'g; " It is further ordered that iii addition to the pubUcaUop 'of this order as prb .vided for by Section 497 of the Fish apd; Game .Code, State of .California, a copy hereof be posted at the, CoUrihouse 'ot said County at the jplace where hptices are posted, pursuant iiithe pro'ViiBiohs of Section 1200 of th^ Probate Code, State of Caiifpmia, or soipe other conspicuous place. Given under my hand and seal this 3Jst aay -'of March, 1948, to be eflpotlve April 30, UB48. WADREN T. HANWJ^ Directfir pf Natural Resource* I, Earl 'Warren, Governor, do hereby give my consent to the aUove and'foregoing order. - EARL WARREN 4/23,30 Demurrer overruled; 20 days to answer, hoUc6 watvedi '.'Catherine.Vivian Vargo vs, Robert Andrew VargP. Marriage annulled. , i .Thomas Smalley vs.. Barbara Smalley. By . stipulation case transferred (toSonorpa county. Order to. show cause discharged, .^talne Tllford vs. D. C. Smith,; as administrator. Plaintiff granted decree quietmg title prayed for. Ciiminal '', '4 Matter of billy Gene Nelson, a ppyphopathio delinquent. Commitment to the Pepartment of In- ^stitutions for. placement In M6n- ;^6cino State Hospital as a defective and psychopathic delin- queht. ' Pe6ple .vs. Claude L. Gardner. Case dropped. People vs. Jack Webb. Defepd- .^l granted conditional probation fpjr ,.ijve years." People vs. Howard L. Redding. I^fendant arraigned, J. R. Thomas appointed to represent delend- •ant. ••• ' ''»••„• "7H''. •• •'AP«iL"17;'l»«8. , .;;Pfople vs. Howard iL. Reading. iPefendahf :^ntered plea of guilty ^nd referred \toprttbation officer idrrepoH on April 23., People vs. ;Lafayette , Haynes. >l§eti'sfor^ trial "Mair. 17. Jury tp,be draxyn op.,J4ay';7, .Bail of defehd- avAfiVetiuoeif' •t6.,$75p. ^ , Mat'ter pf fitting .bonds.of: sur ipepjjjsors.Pi^dfredl.thatv.each supervisor will execute an^oftWIal bdnd m th'^ sum of $5000 before' •'eWering upon his "Sutie's., . ,; Thelma McCiarfy'vs. Peter Mc- CMy et pi. Plp,intiff. granted in- terjpcutpry decree-of 4lvorcie. {.rom clefehda'nt ,bii' grpuhd :of extreme cruelty and - projierty .settlement confhrmed. . West' Coast' Export. Materials Co., et al vs. J, B. Keaster, et £ll. DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RBfiOWHCBS — STATE OF CALIFORNIA'—- ORDER OPENING ^ATBH$ TO FISHING For„,thp purpose of further protecting fish with which the.Fish and Game Commission has stocked the various waters of this State, of insuring .their growth and better means of providing an adequate iuppiy and to the end o^ improving fishmg conditions generally throughout the State, find upon the' recommendation of the Fish ancl Ghme'CcMnmission of the State - pf' California and pursuant to and.-fey virtue 6f.the authi,ority vested in me. by the provisions of Secttii)P496 of theTiSh and Game Codpv State of Califomiai the following* writers "within the cJounty of JWENPOCINO find SONOMA, State of'Californi,a, were closed to fljshinj' or the taking,, kUHng or having :Pt dfertaiil fish 'therein :<»r therefrom -during all times and seasoiJs dtirihg the year 1948: • , AU--»tidewater and water in the lagopri at the mouth of Guar ,lsla JEtivpr and flbwing.,weter up- streapii frphV j 'he" lagoon' to the confluence , of j'^ld "River with the liiForth'Fork of GMalala Elver ia ;Sfec,.26;T. 11 N., R. 15 W., M.D.B:&M.; aU of said-waters lyin^ in Sees; 26, 27 & 34, T. 11 N., R.; i« 'W.,- M.D.B;8£M .; to .be close^'fropi the f.irst day pf May to a ^a l&luaing the-.thirty-iirst day of pttober, both .dates ih- , clusivei, .e.ach and every day, hereafter, until further order or other;-16glsldti6h as iaforeiald. ^drd^Np.'??; 4-13-37!(: ! NOW,' good; c!9U?e, appearing IJieref^jr^,. jt . ii ;;hefeljy - drdterbd .that the pb^ve' referred' to, 'sh^eains are o ^.«v .jp,;fipJilpg;ih cpnformity with ^e;existlhg„'16gislatiari thefe'r to pkttalhihjj.- ' r : ; It is'iurther ordered that in ad- ditlonHb '-the phbll^atioh^pf this order J<is provided "fbr 'by Section 497 of the FisK.pnd Game Code, State ojt C^llforpis, Jt copy hereof be posted at the' (Soprthotfse of said County atvthe place where notices ^e posted,', pursuant to the provisions of Sectioii..l200i of thW jRrobate Code, State of, Califprnia, or SPn£e ~.b;ther ctihsplcupus place, Given tihder my hand and seal this 31st day Of Mareh,,l948, tp be effective AprU. 30, 1948. " WARREN T. HANNUM Directoi' of Natural Resources I, Earl Warren, Governor, dp hereby give my ppnseht, tp the above and foregoing Order. EARt V/ARREN 4/23,3Q Lbi^g .Valley Garden JEhibElectsOfficers J|ilrs, Marjgal-et Rinsef lyas host- 'eai Jo jtho f Jj^njn ,'VjJley Giirder. club at her "hdipe. in jLaytonvUib, Tlijirsd^y, April" ^. Refreshments w4i« served during', thb spglal Kqur preb^'dih'j^the'biisliiess Wieet- ,iJg^:;';.v."f^''-'''''';'?!. "';,:''v;:' i ^l''.;"' ' Due to 'i^e illWss oi fcsther Adfe 'his;'-wh6 vras "scheduled to jtelk 6n;JE>te «>iln ^4nd'Pla'nUng the Gsutdbn' the 'subjectmatter was read by Ariit4 jilhg. ..~1E!lfertlott"':pf officers took pre- tedepoe over pther matteW, Te- Mtlhg in the rt-eleetioh 6f Anita HSi'tOYi; preSidept; ;Retha Neblett, seirdtary, and Myrl ICirkpatrick, treas'ufer. • l ^ew' officers elected were Alice McKnigbt, Vice president, find Belva Hdrwood, flnan- elal'secretary; El Ranchp Mespn will be the scene of the secpnd annual spring lunchepn pf the club, pn May 6, when the newly elected officers win, be Installed. Next meeting will be held- at ]paradise Lodge, home of Retha Neblett, Thursday, April 22, at 130 p.m. The meeting will feature a plant exchange postponed from the last meeting because of un- favoriible weather conditions. The program will include a talk on Garden Pests and Their Control; followed by a round table discussion, under the direction pf Esther Adams. GAME BIRDS LIBERATED Game birds liberated by the bureau of game conservation throughout the state to date total 303 Chinese pheaslints, 357 Mon- go,|ian -:'pheasant£, 78 xihukar pheasf^nts, SO quail and 7 turkeys, accordihg to latest reports of the state division of fish apdigame. ' -During this month, 20 Chinese pheasants were liberated in the vicinity of Gilroy, Santa Clara county, the report said. The majority pf the birds were CELEBPATE BIRTHDAY ; There was a family party at the hpme of Mr, and Mrs. Jack GU- ihofb in Potter.'Valley Sunday, when Mr., and Mr?. Harold E. Sev- erspn apd their children Ronnie, Dennis and BerneU of 987 North Oak. street took, a birthday cake and wbntto celebrate the liirthday of Mrs. Gllrtiore who is Mrs. Sev- etspn's mother. • • Demurrer tpcpunts, 1,2,,, ruled. Pe'fendant given Id ^.byer- days to answer after notice.. Demurrer to bount ,4 sustained on ground of uncertainty and. ambiguity. Plaintiff granted -10 days to amend. John Alanleda vs.Loren Downing. Trial date of May 17.vacated and placed Pn fcalendar April 23., tp be reset. Sluggers Host To Porno and Loggers .The,.Ppnio..AthIetip Club is next on th9 listi for. Ottosen's Talmege Sluggers, with "the game beginning, at ^2:30 p.m. Saturday. Tiie Slugger*, fresjifrorii- their 2-game triumph, aver,,theLodi ,Wine GuHd tedW-lkSt ^v'bek. htiVb-^a tvfrlh bill awaiting thcp^ again Saturday and Sunday. After taking.on thfe Pomo club, the Talmage team v/iU. bti hosts to the Fort Bragg Loggers in a Supday contest scheduled fpr 1:30. Soldier Long Overdue Home At Wrong Time Zane Cppper,,.a Ipcal Indian, had been absent without leave from the army of the United States iSlnce 1942 without authorities having found even a trace of his whereabouts until last week the fedbriiT agents and DbpUty Shoriff E. R. Witter made a rputine check atthe reservation above Talmage and got their man. Cooper had been home Just three days and so far as is known this was his first visit since leaving the service. Officers had checked and rechecked the reservation without results and the final visit was in the nature of. a forlorn hope. TALMAGE HAS RECORD COW •A registei-ed Holstein-Friesian cow in the dairy hbrd owned by Mendocino,, State Hospital, Talmage, recently completed a 365- day prpductipn record m Advanced Registry test of 931 pounds of butterfat and ,25,612, of ifiilk, the Holstein-Friesian Association of America announces. Heroflicial name Is Mendocino Aagie-2d.. She was rmlked three times, daily and was seven years fiVe months of age when she began her test pprjod. Testing was supervised by University of .California m cooperation with thb Holstein-Friesian Association of America. VISIT IN URIAH Bill Hagans and True Blackburn were m Ukiah for the weekend at the home of Hag^in's mother, Mrs. W. B. Hagans. Bill is office manager at the Cabbledick Glass Com. pany. LE&AL NOTIGE LE<JAL NOTICE DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES — STATE- OF CALirORlJlA — ORDER CLOSING WATERS TO'FISHING " For the purpose of further protecting fish with which the Fish and Game Commission has stocked the various '(vaters of this State, of insuring their larger jgrowtii and better mbans of propagation, and to the end pf improving fish'- ing conditions generally throughout the State: NowVtherefore, upon the recom- /nendation of the Fish and Game Commission of the State of California and pursuant to and by virtue of the authority vested in me by the pVovisions of S^tion 495 of the Fish and Game Code, State of California, it i^ ordered that the following waters within the County o! MENDOCINO, State of California,'be ahd the same are hereby clbsed to ALL T-VTPES OF fishing except the taking of fish permitted by the Fish and Game Code of Cabfprnia :under a commercial 'fishing license until such thne as new legislation is enactbd by the State Legislature'may become effective Or tintU further'or Pthbr orier' of the Director of Natural Rfeijurces. •• All streams tributary to the Pacific Ocean on the Coast of Hihnboldt "Cdpnty and aU por- ' tiohs'of such sti-eanis from their -.mouths, to tthbif head%tfatbrs In'- ciuding all tributary streams, , lagppns ; (except Big and Stone lagoons), lakes (excejit take •pfll'sBury and its tributaries^ atld reservoirs; plpsed frpm the fii'st' a ^y 'oi May t'p and include ihg the twenty-ninth day of May, both da^^s ,lp?IUslve, each 'and every year hereafter' iuitil .•fitptftBi; ordet' or legislatipp as aforesaid. . -It is fiirther erdered that in addition to the ijublicatlon of this order as provided for by Section 497 of the Fish and Game Code, ^tate of California, a cpPy hereof be posted at. the Courthouse of said County at the place where notices are posted, pursu^it to the lirovislohs 6f feectioii 1200-of the Probate Code, State of Callfprnla, or stole other cbnspicubus place. (ilveh under'ihy'hand'and seal this.31st day of March. 1948,' to be effective on ahd after May 1, 1948, WARREN T. HANNUM Director of Natural Resources I, Earl Warren, Governor, do hereby give niy consent to the above and foragoing prder. EARL WARREN i *^3 ;jo DEPARTMENT OF NATtlRAL RESbURCES V- STATE QF CALIFORNIA — ORDER-CLOSING WATERS TO FISHING 'For the purppse pf ifurther protecting fish With which the Fish and Game Commission has stocked the various waters ot this State, of insuring their larger growth and, better means of propagation, I and to the end of improving fishing conditions generally throughout the State: : Now therefore, upon the recommendation of the Fish and Game Commission of the. State of Cfili- iornio and puyauan^ hi and by virtue oi the authority vested in me by the provisions of Section 495 of the Fi,sh and Game Code, State of California, it is ordered that the following waters within the County of MENDOCINO, State of California, be'and the same are hereby jplosed to TROUT fishing or the taking, killing or having of any TROUT therein or therefrom from and after the date hereof and during all times and seasons- until such time as new legislation is enacted by the State Legislature or by further or other order of the Director of Natural Resources. Ten Mile Creek and tributaries and aU, tidewater and water in the lagoon of said creek, closed to trout.fishing only May 1 to October 31. AU lying ill T. 21 N., H. 14 W.; T. 21 N., R. 15 W.; T. 22 N.. R. 14 W.; T. 22 N., R. 15 W.; f. 22 lif., R. 16 W.; M.D. B.&M. ' • Noyo River and tributaries upstream to a point one mile below the Silverado Area Boy Scout, Camp and all tide-water and water in the lagoon of said river. Closed to trout fishing only May 1 to October 31, All lying in T. 17 N., R. 16 W.; T. 18 N., R.-16 W.; T. 18 .N., R. 17 W.; T. 19 N., R. 16 W.; T. 19 N.,.B. 17 W.; M.D.B.&M. Big River and tributaries upstream to Two Log Creek and all tidewater and water in the .lagppn. of said.river. Closed to trbUt fisllihg only May 1 to Oc- tbber 31. All lying in T. 16 N., R. 18 W.; T. 16 N., R. 17 W.; T. 17 N.,.R. 16 W.; T. 17 N., R. 17 W.; M.D.B.&M. It is further ordered that in addition to th? publication of this order as provided for by Section 497 of the Fish and Game Code, State of California, a copy hereof be pogted. at the Courthouse of said County at the place where hptices at'e posted, pursuant to' the provisions of Section 1200 of the Probate Code, State of California, or some, other conspicuous place. Given under my hand and seal this 31st day of March, 1948, to be effective on and after May 1, 1948, WARREN T. HANNUM Director of Natural Resources I, Earl Warren, Governor, do hereby give my copsent to the above and foregoing order. EARL WARREN 4^28,30 LEGAL -in »ld »rW , DBPARTMEMT OP NAtUHAI. - RqSOyRpES ~ STAqfE OF CALIf'ORWA — ORDfcft-,Cl.08. ING WATERS, TO ndt^KG J'oi;Jhe.,purpose ot further' pro- . tectlhg .fl ^h with which .the Fish and Game Commission has stoel^i^-.. the Various Waters .of <his St'a,(ej^„ of insuring their larger growth..,', and better mfeans of propagatlob, and tp the end of Improving fish'-: mg conditions generally );hroiigh- put the State: • - ' Now therefpre, upon the recommendation of the.Fish ahd Game . Commission o^ the State of .Calir fornia and pursuant to and by vir^ tue of the authority vested in me • by the prpvisions of Section 49.5. ot the Pish and Game Codef, State . of California, it is ordered that'the following Waters within the County of MENDOCINO, State pf Cafii- fornia, be and the same are heireby,, closed to TROUT fishing ot tftk taking, killing,, or having', of aiiy" TROUT therein or therefrom frPpj and after th ,e date hereof and dlir -r', ing all tipies and seasons until' such time as hew legislatloh is enacted by the State Legislatiire or by further or other order of the.^ Director of Natural Resources. Alblop River and tributaries..,, and all tidewater and water Int..'* the lugoon'ofsaid river. Clpsed.-. to trout fishlpg only Mayti.to , October 31, All lying in. 'T. 16 N., R. 15 W.: T. 18 N., R. 16 W.';.'. T.* 16 K, ft. 17 AV.; T. 17'N.,' R-.., 16'W.; M.D.B.&M. ', Navarrp River and tributaries',..' upstream' to but' iiot ihcllidins- ,, i Indian Creek and all tidewater., • arid water in the lagbpti pf .said' ' river, closed to trout fishinjc. oijly May 1 to October 3i. Jl^\l lying In T; 14 N., R. 14 W.; T.... 14 N., R. 15 W.; T. 15 N., ft. 13 W.; T. 15 N., R. 14 W:; T. IS N,', R. 15 W.; T. 15 N., R.l6 W.; T.. 15 N:, H. 17 W.; T. 16 'N;, n..);^' „ W.; T. 16 N., R. 15 -W;; MJ>.B. ' '••'";-",',..,, Garcia River and tributaries, ., and alV tidewater and" watSr Irt the lagoon pf;Said river, 'PlPSftd -i ' to ti'PUt fishlhg pnly-,May 1 to Octobbr 81.. All.lying.ln'lv:^?. ji.',' "' R. 13 W.; *r. 12 N.. R; 14 W.; T. 12 N., R. 15 W.; T. 12 N., R. 1,6 , W.; T. 12 N., R. 17,W.;'T..13 R. 15 W.; T. 13 N., R. 16 'V^j' t.l3 N., R.-l,'? W.; M .p.p .&M.':.,'' .', It is further brde,rer that' ih'.^a- dltion to the publicati.oh, of this order as provided for by Sectldn 497 :pf • the Fish and Gafhe ,CbjSi^',' State of CaMfprhia, a c6pi',:^-e !^'pf be posted'" at iW Coui 'th4 >lSB of said 'County'at th^ Jils'^e^whe're notices are posted', thrsutfht .jtb.thjp . prpvisibns pf pectiPn 12D0 Pf'j®i <r * Prdbat'e >iodej Statb of Cailfprni||, or some other cpnspicuoiisjjlVcpi Given under my.hand and s.eai this 31st day of March, 1948, to be affective on and after May 1, lfl48; WARREN t. HANNUM Director of Nptu ;?al ResOurcbs I, Earl Warren, ,Gpv,«a:n (5r, .'fib hereby give iny cpnseiit ,tp;,!,t!ib above and foregoing brddr. ;: .!,i.' liARt WABBfiH 4/23,30 . X LEiGAIi NQTIOIB DEPARTMENT OF NATJIRJit RESOURCES — STATE OF , CALIFORNIA — ORDER CLOSING WATERS TO FISHINO';;; For the purpose of further pro.' tecting fish With \yhich thejiiih {ind Game Commission has &tocit<^d the various waters of this; Stsjte, of insuring their larger' growth and better means of prppagaiion, and to the end of improving lish- ing conditions generally Ihrough-i out the State: ; Now therefore, upon the recotn- mendation of the Fish and Gam^ Commission of the state bf Cfllir', fornia and pursuant to aJid byvlrr tue of the authority vested in nte by the provisions of Sectloh 49B of the Fish and Game Code, Stati^, of California, it is orderbd that the' following Waters within.the Couh- ty of MENDOCiiNO, State of Call-. ; fornia, be and the same are hereby closed to TROUT fishing or IKe taking, kiUing .or having of apy TROUT therein or therefrom froHt , and after the date hereof and duiT'^ ing aU times arid seasons iihtil such time as new legislation is enacted by the State Legi^ature or by further or other order of tb0 ' Director of Natural Resources. Gualnla River and tributaries ,, and all tidewater and water in the lagoon Pf said riVer. Close'd to trout fishlpg only May 1 to October 31. AU lying in T, 111*., R. 13 W,; T. UN.. R. 14 W.; T. 11 N., R. 15 W.; T. 12,N., R. 13 W.; T. 12 N., R. 14 W.; M,D.B. &M. It is further ordered that In ad-"" dillon to the publication of this order as provided for by Section' 497 of the Fish and Game Code, State of California, a copy hereof be posted at the Courthouse of said County at the place- where notices are posted, pursuant to the provisions of Section 1200 of the Probate Code, State of Cali;fornla, or some other conspicuous'place. Given under my band apd seal this 31st day of March, 1948, to be effective on and after May 1, 1948. WARREN T. HXNNUM Director of Natural Resourees I, Earl Warren, Governor, do hereby give my consent to tlie above and foregoing order. EARL WARREN 4/23,30

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