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PAOE MSMTeM DEMOCRAT, UKIAH. CALIFORNIA FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1948 1 ilkxM M&TllODIdt CHURCH C&al4tjC(. Lisdemalin. MinkstM. , > jSoUth (Uid Pinb fif «|R' •B .m.-r^unday School. We ha*{!?.<!}asses for dU ages-^hUdren, yjiutij and adults; 'DtttJjUf this- hour, undfer- the ausploes ot<the Adult department, tt fOBum win .be conducted under thft JUltection of Dr. L, K. Van Alleiji ''1md Donald Musser on the general.theme; What's Wrong With JMOa «Tp; Marria#e? A series ot, Siii^rfay' morning discussions will beift&M oft this topic. You are In"- Vlted.. wMdtnfngworrfiip at 11. viimiief'i Day will be obsefrved with' ipebial: music and a special tt0n by Rev. iUndemann on the . M;other's Golden Key to il. , . . .^ylal music by the vested •;At"^BjiSO, . Iiitermodiate Youth Fetlf^hip in'the educational unit. S4 «'«niUi/arid eigth grade age chil- &k ;jtayUed Jd 7-30, Senior Youth Fellow- shlpf^'lBii church parlor. All high a^Dil .'asp :^OMth, or over, arq in- ^ :,'.ChoIr rehearsal Wednesday evening at .7:30 at. the church. yiy?e„ maintain, a . nursery. wherfi 8Wfll..ch|ldren may be left in com-. »»6WttJ\oare while their parents «A^d;.the)moming worship. , i.5w%'''Church the Chimes" in- vltfe'you. . the Blehird Vah' a** Lii, D. D; Suiiaay^?cT»boi ;6tfll5i6r. : Brief" choit reHeaMl''^St 1 manse at 10:45. Nursery for small children during morning.service at the manse. Morning 'worship: at 11? o'clocK. Dr, Van der Las ;Wlll' conduct the service. Th^ subject of • the; mes^ sago iWillv, be, A BACKWARI? GLANCE OVER SIXTY YEATtS. A cordial invitation ^o lalL.'t© worship with Us. Strangers are riSquested to leav^ tSeir iiifiTietf ^lh' our guest book. :< ..t.:-. no NEWS .priV'(23j>: at 2 p.pi.i' f Apn?.', thp :ifedfrate^. oKWrch. ~^ was in THE ^|i::c;:iaANizED.. CHURCH :»,:J OF JESUS,, CHRIST or v ..i.AtTER DAY SAlNTS Wm '.,*tieet at''744 South Oak ^rJfjflfOr ehurCh school, followed bj*>,«reHChing' by Marvin Romer. a «*«UMe« Will bei ' ' Gl)*.v»SetS! .Up- Hid- kingdom,'" but ; 11 not:by;tlie svw>fd,-^t)an^:l4 Hili.< "marvelous . work .a.nd.. a A .'-Wohder'.' adored ;r -Isi. 29:12-14 All".'riati6ns are quaking, "T^e 'r'^GiSitier restored."—Rev. 14 "•By^^e angel frorn Heaven, sent v'tiy'the'-l-ord'.--7Rfev.,'18:l. , BfeVifeNtri-DAY ADVENTlbT -C«eiierBuih 8e Henry Babbelth (Saturday) services: ^i3d4)ni'.^abbath School; 11 a.m. f-JiijDplrlng, enhghtening Bible setthon. J i ^ TOe iJSTednesday night prayer airyti^ hour will be given over to aBlbie lecture by .the pastor. riTMfc CHURCH or CHRIST v^B ^ieeis ',*very Lord's Ddy in (3r8tt«« hall wl'th Bible school at 10 oMock, morning, worship at 11, ifevgning worship at 7:30. Warren finslerand Lyle Carpenter bring the messages. The-public is in- •tffed.' VimAH GOSPEL TABERNACLE V ASSEMBLY OP GOD }v' smrfh ditd Barnes Sts. • Jj'H; Edgat, Pastor Sunday School-^9:45 a.m. Morning services—11 a.m. iChJidren's Church—6 30 pm .^ Younn People's.-MeeUng .r^ 6:30 p.m.', , »^WV^I K O U P —7:45, ijfijpbsday BtWe Study—7:15 pjn. j-^Fi'itl&y • Gottdge'Prayer Meeting •riTi4fiv^.ihrf' • . May. U, 12, this church will be tHjsjs- tjr a '£reat world mission con- ve>^:^oni iwhich WI U T be an outr funding evi^nt and an unusual gp JOrtunlty to. :hear missionaries ffOWr the .fields of tlie world: Melvin Hansen and Florence Mxin= gejf of Jamaica, Floyd' Thomas of Africa, Christine Carmichael of Palestine Ruth Conchman of Peru. . Rev, w. T. Gaston, district superintendent of the Northern California Assemblies of, God, will accompany the missionaries. Everybody cordially invited. • Convention services on May 11 at"7:30,. p.m. May 12 at 2:30 and 7:30 p.m. ^ • FIRST B/jF*Tid'f CKURdri • Oak and Smith &ts. Leonard G. Brown. Pastor • 0:45 "a.m. OHurch'School" etf over 200. We have g &Ssk fdf every sfgfe' Afoiip, and aft mftffestlri^ pregrsi*r each week: : 1-1:00 a.m. Morning Worship hour; , 7 p.m.—Young Peoples Society. 8 p.m.—Evening Somci 'Of Wo?: ship., 8 p.m. Wednesday -.7--.PrSyer • Hearing aids; iirtots&y forxiHlti dren under six, and a Cordial Wel- colne to All! » CHRISTIAN SCIENCE! CttXyRCH "If.,thou returh td the Almighty", thou 'Shalt be'built up, thOu slialt put away iniquity far from -thy tabernacles" (Job 22:23). This is the golden text for the Christian Scienoe lesson-sermon ifor Sunday, May 9., The I subject is Adam.and Fallen Man, .. . Included m the sermon are the following citations: ftomansi "For I am persuaded, that neither deathj nor life, nor fingels,'nor principalities; nor powers, nor th'i-ngs. present, : nor'things to come, nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the.love of God, which is in . Gnrist J6sus our Lord". (8.38, 39). Science and Health with Key to the- scripturps; by Mary Baker Eddy: "The real man bemg linktfd by science to his Maker,'mortals nfeed only turn from sin-and lose sight ot.mottal Selfhood to find ChrlA, the real mamand, his relar tlon to God, and to recognize .t^ie divme sonship" (p. 316). Located — Oak and -Churcli streets. Reading room open 2 to^4; p;m.i Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturddys. Sunday school,: 9:30 a m. . OHRISTIANr CHURCH ; Oran Bollinger. Minister 210 North School Si. ' Sunday School, 9:45 a;m.—Mrs. L. H. Foster, superintendent. Morning worship. Morning. .WOTship tat -11.-- ..^ Subject, A'l.Ohnstian. Mother. , This -Will^.'be- a. special service honoring tlie mothers?*who..have given .unselfishly ot themselves in nurturing a Christian family. Christian Endeavor at 7. Separate ' meetings • foi- adults,- young people and. juniors. .> ... Evenmg worship at 8.'.r: 'Subject, I-Am the -Way.., I'he,'service, .will, feature the showing -of Hoffman's painting of Christ entitled, "1.Am.th^ Way.'! Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening at 8; Choir practice Thursday evemng at 8. CATHOLIC CHURCH SERVICES Father Adrisn Sharkey„JE>Bslor Father Roger 'AUtkattbn ; Father Dunslan k'ea'ne Perkins and Bush Sis. each Sunday at 8:30 and 10 a.m. St Albert's Convent Chapel, West Church" street. Mas? each Sunday at TH.fn. ' St. Francig,:Hoplf»lldi Mass first Sunday at 9 a.m. Other 'Sundays, mass at 10:15. ;. •• .-. > ,. .' St. Brigid's, Calpella-.! Mass.fjrst Sunday at lt):l9'. No'tHass-fe^cOn* Sunday. Other Sundays at 9 ajn. State Hospital, Talmage. Third Sunday, mass at- 8 ajn. . ' . ' Indian Rancherias St. Joseph's; first Bhrtday, mass at 9 a.m. St. Dominic's. Second Sunday, mass at 9 a.m. St. Francis. Second Siftiday, mass at 9 ajfj. . " v St. P.ntriok'c. Fourth Sunday, mass at 9 a.m. FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH (Missouri Synod) ^ . (Services held temporarily ifi Episcopal Guild hall) Morning worship, each Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday school following the service. Youth Instruction: Tuesdays and Fridays at 4 p.m. Louis C. Malting, pastor, 302 Observatory avenue. Phohe 926-M. HOPLANP COMMOlflTY . , CHURCH Sunday school—lb o'clock. " Spefcial Mother's Day service at 11. Subject, -A Mother's Life Is Like a Patchwork ;3ullt. Illustrated With a display of mteresting quilts. < Ce?Wt.d ^^fd3 ^'-^5n4raI aeire- licesfor^RushitArtderson were held FrldSy. a/'iernpoij, Ap ppa. fr{»i). thp ^e^vi Rev. ; Ernest, Bi<„Cpr qh^rg,e v 'ith, Rev,'Erri^st ^. De-: Ifpyd ?ssfstii}g "tfee^muslq w^jfur- nish^d byjMrp. ^yrtle Rohrbough, Mrs. Charles Loyell/ .!Elew.. Mrs. Alfor,Eumcq. •'Jaijtjesonj../. Sajtn Gr^,f Henry GerranSjiHallpr Ger- ranS, Charley Gray, with Mrs: Ffliihle En^ishiflt .the pi^^iD„,The_ songs, Sometime We Will Uijijleif-^ stand. In the Garden and Rock of Ages, were beautifully sun^., Rush Morgan Anderson was horxr jn^Belqire,- Ohio.i March 23* 1864). and .passed away-April 21, 19*9, aj hi? home in. Covelo at the age of 84,years,,and 29 days. i idt.i Anderson •came.;.tO'''Round vaUey in iSeptembpr;, 19.0,7,-,.wjiere be.;.engaged. in.farmmg and .carpentry : until; :'his ; retirement in 1942. He was married June 11, 192S, to SadifeHokes McMurray of Garnett,, Kansas,: his. boyhood sweetheart, -wrt^o ,\<?as .v^^ith :hlm .to thelast/'dolng' all possible for his cdri^fort >M'r. Anderson was supposed to b5"fhe oldest whitfi-maii In Round valley, rie was a aifelong- Presbyterian and came to the end of the way with a firm faith m God whom he constantly trusted. His patience and thoilghtfulness for dthers will remain a precious memory to thbse who kneW and loved him. . He leaves to moumvhis departure his beloved Wife, an aged sister, !lvrrs.,LUcy E Fuqurf of Whitewater, KdnsaSj the only sUrvivor of a f/imily of seven; a'nephew, Harold..C". Anderson of Okkland, apd^a niece, Alfa AnderSon'lFields qi. Sacramento, and maris? /leph- ews and'nieces in the middle west, also the relatives of.Mrs. Anderson,, all of whom loved him as an own uncle. Hf \^iil bfe ^^reatly missfed .'by mapy fvjends in Covelo &nd els6<vhere , Rush was laid (to rest m .the Masonic Cemetery in. Hound valley,. Active pallbearers .were Jojjn Brightenstinef-. Elmer :6ayer,, ]B^r win Gerf 'a;js,* James Walter, Carl Kruger and Manop. Terry,, Hon- f 'ary. palllDearers: .G; M.-^^Bjiggar, A. trravier, .I^.jL ..t)un(op, and 0^. H Sitterle. CHURCH OF JESUS CWBIST 0)f..LATTER DAY. SAINTS Stsiert HaU Sunday s6hO-ol, 10 tfn\. , ^ .Sacrament'faie^tln^, ll'g.m',, ip^i\- ducted by G; A.v Calli- branch pr«sii dent 1 • . .*t FltesidS chdtiflt'tSO p.ift< r n Primary, Thursday at 3:3Q pjn. . Belief society,. Thursday., at 2i30 pm.. . ASSEMBLY 6F OOD—BoOnvnw M. D. LancaSttsr Suiiday services'" SUHd&y SCHCoI at 10 a.m.; morning worship .at 11 o'clock; evening evangelistic at 7:45; Wednesday Bible study at 7:46p.m. BOONVILLE METHODIST Worship. servlcepT:30 -^118 )4 •» » Morning service at Philo at 11. W;S.C.S; meets the second 'and tgurth Thursdays of eacli month. pfefLfil ^iii^^oU-i, CiiiJR^H < Mrs. A. H, Brown, Supenntendent Sunday school at 10 a.m. . Wbrshit"'service Ht 11 a.m; ' ' ^,tiidi^';>Aid ,'"6i6 'firdt and. third T'KUi'sdayg.' - '' ' • HOME MISSIONARY CHURCH Opposite Airport „ -Pastor. Hi Bisby - Siinda^ sdhooT,- 10 a.in-. ' Morning worship, 11 a.m. Jlvai?gellstic service, 7;45 p.nr. J:'uesaayf. jfrorSMp^ £(:4S ij .mi.•- . Friday worship, 7:45 p.m. . Everybody welcome. Come and \*6fIhife'jStlr 06d: tb|e|hef. Thff churcli with" a'Hearty welcome. Sunday services: Holy communion, 8 a.m.; Sunday school, 9:45 a.m.; morning prayer, 11 a.m. CALPELLA covmvtinr id .CHURCH a .fti.—Sand'dy • sfchodi, Mrs.' Bertbaek',. superintendetltc BflD.WOQl/ YAtLEY SERVICE; Sunday school every' Sjiridiay morning at iXl"6'b16m.'VTatteni Eijzler, superintendent. Classes for fll • • V Mrs. Crun^rme . retjirned froni Richmgnrfivwhcre she'^has ispejnt about.30..days du&iio..the j}lness pf hep brother, .J.- G. Hamilton. .. .Mrs. Enid Breese spent .about 3,6 days in San Francisco, .taking cpre of her mother .whO'lhad fallen.and broken -herle^. ^Oiile: theije (Blaise attended, school every day,' Mrs. Blanche.Dormaniapd-Wrs. Ryan took Robert"^ Whipple to the hospital m Santa Rtjsa. We hop? that they will be-a'ble to; find out what (Roliiert's ailment is.-. He has been sick for a long time. vt:.: Cupid has really'bctntujjning jvtld ,CQyelO^ 6fr Jatcii Arnett Brush, and. H &th 'Y^ttfe Gr^ took th)B big plunge. Bufii Jtfde a^ofaii^f hotjdr .swe&thfeiiri.'.:a^'.;we..' Wish them^^eat toppifteiSi'^.thfelj;. nfw Ven£ur«?. v ; - , ' lElvirt, SldpW V&Uejo end Etazea.ftatlr'w'ertf Uhited In holy wedloele abotJt Marcii''2tf."Cb'H- gratuiations, Hazel and -Elvm,-.,; • '.' ItSbii' (3rdhe' rfnd'. RHoda.' GraJf weaie iharned' ih Hdpl^ndf A chdfl- vari-' party^ 'was' glveij by Mabel Brown ii) her home ..Saturday night The ladies of the sewing circle of the Methodist Mission put on a big,birthday.-dinner m honor of ^laiib^ ^i«^n,^^nd a shower^ in honor of. Mr. and Mrs. Albert McLain Tuesday afternoon, 'April 27. A good crowd enjoyed the din- ti?r and many presents were received by the bride and gi'oom. The ladies were very sorry that Blanche 'was.uriabie to attend the I dinner given. in- h^r honor. '-Mi-.'4ri<i. SferSi.-'iidrrls" liave sold their home in Covelo to James Cuffe of Belmont. Mr. Cuffe and wife expect to makS some changes aibOut the place' and move up later in the year. They expect to raise 'spe.cialty crops. jJitfimy Whipple left for San Francisco Thursday to join Uncle Sam's navy. The community gave IfiiH.p lorewell party Wednesday night, where many of his' friends were in .attendance to enjoy gfefflfef], a good supper and later . Fiiimore DeFord' gave ^ sliowing of his beautiful colored slides of- Alaska and points of interest 111 Calitoi'qia. . Mh, fSUW Moitess To B^'[d§efG^iib Members . The .bridge .plub which , meets foifeightly vt^a^-entertained Tuesday "pvteblk 'hi ''the home of Mrs mm ill 111 ranie state dorse Ssioner f asjhepnp^] v «(,^4eh ,det)osiled.,ai)d ^thfe ,,eUfKp5 'or thi. Jieadi of J^e l^t ^iRdvJS ^'d ia^tei,tiS ^p- on tha /^hiWi^i^'n^ b^ach^'v. C)-6te^i,;';-ir^,^ft |ie • V heachas frqrtivfjPudding crepk to S.^ side,W &<?¥malce upm ,£irst aij^vurfed- ijiatoh moneys ,are pwf.ljp;/' ii .3IWo^ ypars: a;^ atlje • jP^^ksi;.. nrissinn allojJB.ted $125 ,000 ^,16tv purchase of beaches m Menc($>' clno county. Under the, ia\i ?*'fli6fee funds must ibe-.matchedtveithei': in ihqney or m Itujd from .souses other than 'the State. Accdrding't-^o Mr. liasch, the report siySj lif is the plan to purchase; property north and south Of Cleone. as matc'hmg funds become available. A plan has been advanced; by Mr. Kasch whereby the state can acquire the. Pudding; cre.ek beach without having;.to, waJ^i' severa? years to do .so. The City of Fotf Bragg, or other interests,' fcould advance- the; matoh mone^r for thpt one. project, and it could b^p^'t li^to. the, stat^ system., ;Acc6rdi4g to'-, a commupicatjoii .' f r'b'riii.' Mt. t asch to the port Bfagg ciiafnjij^f . Commerc^j the commis'?.ion; hB^ agreed to purchase the 'PiiddlM Creek beach immediately. Or. ^8 soon as match; moneys are. putjnp. •rhe state would then turn the Ijeach Ijacic to the cify-qn a '26- year lease. LEGAL NOTICE '-' PARti;fEIi&]MllP l^AME! m Cerliiicate Required By 'S«tti6n USi, OMtohOtt Ciiril » "> Cod* iK i-J- NOtJiC® IS HERteBY GIVEN that'. ,Uie .- undersigned;.-: 4 ^G>Y TILDEN and NORMAN M^tCSmi, have formed a partnership .and-JSire transacting" buMneas ^s j:o-partijeiis m «the. City of Sajj^' Frapqi^qp, poHntyi-of San Francmeo, S^tft'xJ* Califo?r)ia, under . thp qanys ,fif "TIL-p>Mp ,CLUB", ;...That';the,fuE naM,9s of--. allithf ipembersfof such.partnership, .apd ^heir.respective.places.of, residency are as follows: .^ v. Lei;oy Tilden,. 20 Veteran Road; San Francisco, California.,... ^ Norman .^Mar^tm^ 822, 31?t^ Ave\ , ni ^e,' pan Francesco, Califotnist. (Skned) LEBOY TILDEN, • ' ' > , )^pR*lAN^^AIlTI»f, , Cotintycrf-San EfSncfteo if^K,, t3fy tSis Z^h -Sday *f'>A]grU,'> 1948, Before 'M^Loiiii?' Wilier,- a notary public Ih and'^idf the'CbUn- ty of San Francfa^o, Stattf of G E IH- fomia, personally sl^are'd l,«>Roy Tiiden a'nd Ndfiftan iV^rtin, fcnoWh to- ^e..{ci be the pferSbn'S whd&e flames are BUljs6ribed to' ih4 within instrtimenti flfid feeVeraliy nfeK- nb \^ledged io me that-tHfey Signld Shdf execute* the saAe. IN - -WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereanto set mjt hdnd 6na afftjced,' my);qflicial- seal,- -.the .day afl/i y?pr in this^c^rtificate first above written , LOUIS WINNER, tSEAL'J ; , Notary Public m and •-':,. for'.the .county of San- Francisco, State of California. J Filed May; ^,-1.948..,/:,;„-.; . 5. Wi J. BHOADDUS, /County, Cisrk. ! \- • .5/7^*^21,28; :§/'4 LEGAl, NOTIGli PETITION FOft AUTHOHI'fy -.••;. .No. 8092 • ; In the SUPERIOR COUB.T o^ the STA'PE OF eALIFORNIA, in and for the COUN'FY OP MEN- liGGifJrt'" I •• 'V In th^ ma^r b^.;^he Estpte of FRED PRA 21 JBR:J 6XE VENS, also: known as and-spmetirnes-called. FRED f, S-pEVENSi, ^nd gs ?, V- STEVPI^S; ^Deceased. Notijtje, IS .hereby;i,given- that; 9IvADYS,Ei ;iZABETH SJEVEJ^tS, lias filed in : this; Coifft luer .Pteti-i ,ti9n ,^9r Airthoptyi^to Execute First apd. Second Deeds Of Trust and a CroR..atjd'Chattel Mortgage grt*e-, half of said est3te, apd, <» C6m-:; pjCfSmise.; Indebtedness, tp ivhlch jgjetition reference is, har^y .madfe for,; tUtthfei" .particulars'vand .4hat 'C& seryioes e^^^^ ^.u,i.,^«, North Hortense tiie hen.mg^^^^^^^^^ day morning. Elbert Holland \vill preach at 11 o'clock. You will be welcomed. . . ST. ORES CREEK GRADING Arthur B. Siri and thelialdwin Straub . Corporation, Santa Rosa, were low bidders on the project of grading, surfacing and applying a seal cgat on a halt mile of state sign Route 1 at St. Ores, creek, 1,1,5 miles south of Point Arena, asking $68,647 for the job. , .;. Don Martinelli of Upper Lake was re-elected president of the Lalce County Sportsmen's «lub street. . Mrs. Stella Rea and Mrs. Paul Beaufort were winners of the, High scores. • XJtUers who played at the two: tables were Mesdames Henry Brunner, E. W. Dvitton, Uoyd Bit- lenbender, Charlotte Collins and Sam Ray., MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED: ; Uklah, April 27, Jack W. Roof-; erer, Gualala, and Theima Milloil Pl-itchett, Point. Arena. April 30, ^ Floyd Smithi Hyhesville, and Shu'; Ifey. Borden, *G arberville. fixed by the Clerk of said Court for the.21st d^y. o^May;, 1948,-;)at top, o'cloclc.. in, the, A.li^.j, »i «(?td(Jay, at jtji© (Jouji;- Roopi therfitQ^i iifi the. Court O^ouse in-.thevCjtKjpf ,Ukia}i,,.in the County of M^njlP- cino,. Stat9.«f California; apid'^'aU persons.. .interested ,are . notflipd .then and thovc • to, appear ;»a^d show cause, }S,^ny they -havp,. why' the -said, petition should notv.tte granted. ' , ' , -.• Datpd this 6th day of May, 194;8.: ,Wv J. BKOApDUS. ; ''Clerk,. , . .' ,By, CLAIRE SEELY, . 5/7,14, Deputy Clerk. > . I I .. <i - . .ii «0,5 V ^n: m .-fyWimlrtS 'ei 'hdspitst it ;i;^j :AK ^iSjijij -.Yitit|: ijuj^BJiiJ ^^ifi'ds^^. .. iitSiffleni;'! li-jg^ a&ife iijpf angetnpnt -tie {!jfcai;p;-•oi'<tjife|!i'diJW^^ 'il.eome.|-tu^r'^-,itM^^^ \^piP4fiH number «m«nd a ^feial';wii^d' y faosptinTi;M^'^^,efe , . Tof; cases ^of tiiber^u- Jfl?ls;in,tha,/iSffUfrly do^s^ot JuSfciiy tl^fe-y^^QJ^iyi^^, It js clatnfpd., V ^ , ,Forti,fii:|ggf' w% rittg'.tofHthe ilexj:«,wee«fe^. TAul But^yatJ Post ol F6rt Bragg will play host to the twenty op so posts C9mprising the Si:tteenth District of the Veterans of Foreign •M^'ars. ,Wh ?n:|^dM ?«jJ ,faHmh RetftFiaii&Payofi ' Was Gala Affaif .Laurel Ad- I Xor by^CorhTHfificteJ* Dick Mazi- '^„9Tiny,'divigiort ,«3. ,.< ifie ^^trf^w-piluVi 8#^d £Cr (eefC€iifes1j bi dsli.^ebru. §rv, god .Marph, ljrfw^«,.Adm.iarl iSyiJ^pn's naV:^, "unfl Commander MsmnVs army,,Bnd Qttinavy took ;em>j, . J', / ' >• V "1 ,{ru ^rf! :wert'uB8 jbravg mern land it^tadMxWho ditjed op a> sped?! ' M<^ifM aiijineV wi^i all tK^ l^i; «p ^OTj0s- prov|,dea dt t^urel Detf, aVid afterwards those Whoi.^fSntedi tp .daiWM^ found ac- pomw«dations I itj - the". ciu> -^ TOOH^ PB pthfirwls? found /amasemept? to Palace Tourney In Second Round Second round -pairings in tiie pmne ;:ttetH <:-'iip)rtiT|f5"- hsHdicap tournament were announced today by BobiCiatk^milliitfipalviolf ;prt)-, after the' cbmpllBtion of the; first round of play Sunday. • Upper brocket wUiners,included E. Banker; -^G. O. • Walden, Dr. James Massengill and P. Mathews; In the lower-^bracket, the 'Winning golfers .were. Bunt- Cox, Dr. "Taylor .v Jack Clarke and W.. W. Seely. (Seely's :Win was by default, when Ed DflVtS;failed to,show.),, . ;;WipnjBrSlyere p ,aired':as follows: Upper bracket—-Banker vs. G. O, Walden; :,Dr. MassenglU vs. Mjithews. y <: .'..,:.,•;,;:;,...,. iLoweir bracket — Bunt Cox vs. Dr„Taylor; Jack Clarke.vs. W. W. Seely... .•'.. ; • ,. • Clarke has scheduled a conso- fcTt,hi,r?''^t * T^rt'""* Sunday, ^vith the pairtags as fol- ^lhn:^l'^t^K;^'^^.*u'\*/"^, l°^s H. D Roberts vs. Joe Weber; wnw,rt,«^*^ r*^^^*^^''^'''^"' ^at McGfuiri' vs. Dr. Barr; Ira '^W^i --^f9» ''••.??T?«^--::>^ I WJiittoi- «i- irv Brazier; Craig SdsWdrth VSi Ed Diivis. :'; Ail' maitphes ih the second round, including the cinsoiatioh e'vehts, ^ill be Well Worth' seeing. The :?adies'., qualifying round for the Richfield trophy origihally sched^ uied for Tuesday'bSs , Been ex- tVsnded to Include the date; from May 4 until May 9, .Clark s^id. •Women wishing to compete in the idfinit^nSpts Soh "K^poh DaVls W^hro'Vtr, and V The board,bf siip^jvlsdf^ tirant ^d permission -to Victor Hosea to. install vending machines in ^he coUrtlT [ouse. Hdd Oh Thtttsday i^iueral sgrjji^es foi: Davirf % WcMurphy" V/e're" held thviaSsf aftetnoftn 6t 2 o'dbck \^l{h"filfcfett ^ Holland ofliiiMlng-'at'ttie LiJio^ L Zimemrman Oklah chapel ahd <h* BoonviUe Odd Fellows-condueting the committal rites at' the -Uklah Cemetery. Mr. McMurphy. .died - Sunda^ morning at his home 6ft the Fred Rawles ranch m Anderson vSIleyt He was;born March 16,1873;;blai? Raleigh, Illinois, and wa^ i m^M- ber of the first graduating 4iluss of the Meridochio ntgh sfehool, M 1895 he obtained avteae'hcr's cel^- tiflcate, but never. Xhvighi. worked as storekeeper; iimekeepSr and scaled logs for :;AI:;JofansoH near the headvt^aters oi Bi#. river during the old bdll tfesm a *y*. He was wed with Ruby AUenby and of their two children,- JaAies died at the age of 14 yeafS. iTheilr daughter Jessie is tbe^ wlf^ Of Wendel TOOley of LOsivGHtOs.. He followed various occUpatlonlB to the time of his retiremeiit m 1936.; RS was the brother,' of; George .McMurphy of ,. Vallejoj..-. a ;;4ormer Ukiahan; whose son Herbert owns the Bay Terrace Yacht; Harbor at Vallejo. Richfield trophy: event can qualify on- any of these-Ave-days.. Quick picture of Will add nearly two million horsepower in geHer&tingtcapacity. To hfilp you understand how big this program really is^ here are some compariaoHS. 4 ^«p|iwWfMlittii was' ^ieiii to me«8!M?ftlie pM?war; le^uiiemonte ,ot NottBen^d.CetitTal CaUfoiniii will be tfifiJrogranif efea ^n tb9tii|ands.of men: Theremin worl^^r(je will exceed 6^,000. •pea^ rprAyJoits fofdls 'i^ new ^ ..J%yi)1P. G. AhJE.a geff ^itMhg eapfficTiytabout three tiiiiiHe>ihiat bt Hdover-Diah.'- • • • ;.*3i:.'- Itlifes grddte^ than Shasta Dam. pjfognrfiiiii iiSw in its third yeai?; is gbiag-ShH-speea aheadi ...i -; : jCbrn ^aitir-EirBt Unit,:, gtetion'TP''^tfeam 'W'est Poiiii Hyaro KeiTi Steam- Setbnd Unit Cfeek Hy^() Chie. Steam Unit Five Steam Units It's the ,bbe'^f pregratn of anjr'eiec trical utility in-Amencna-Joday^rcosting more than $400,0d0,000. It is now .proceeding at more than$iO,000,000 £ Aiqnth. New Plant Schedule It takes time to build power plants . i. more than three years to build a steaim generating plant. Like eveiypiipji^e werlei delayed by wartime resttic^ tions and postwar -bUildSng problems. Some of the prdera for equipment have beefi-heici up many tuonths. Bufe we'i-jei rila(king steady prbgfess idv^ Here's a schediile of mtljor ix^' plants and complelibn datai, which will be met unless thd*^ are further uBforedeen ^idei&)ril^ CAPACITY GOMPLE-nON DATE 161,600 ibrsepower . Spring 1948 133 ,666' Summer 1948 298,000 » - Winter 1948 21,060 n Winter 1948 40.000 : » Slimmer 1949 101 ,0(?0 Winter 1949 isipoo » Spring 1950 169,600 M Suinmer 1950 150 ,660 n Summer 1950 150.0DO each Year 1951 Work never stops on oiir'^owcr^ building program CS^'^^JBi* PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC CO M P A N Y

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