Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on March 19, 1998 · Page 11
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 11

Ukiah, California
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Thursday, March 19, 1998
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THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL Lifestyle THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1998 — 11 STAR IN THE WELL Harvey speaks on the 'Sacred Feminine' Andrew Harvey, best-selling author, poet and filmmaker, is coming to Ukiah on the weekend of March 20 and 21. On Friday, Harvey will give a talk, "In the Embrace of the Sacred Feminine," in which he will explore with his audience all aspects and splendors of the Sacred Feminine from the main spiritual traditions, including Sufism, Hinduism, Buddhism and Taoism, as well as 'the ancient Matriarchal wisdom of the Aborigines, Kogis and Hopis. The talk will take place at the Performing Arts Center at the Mendocino College in Ukiah, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $12 general admission and $10 students and seniors. On Saturday, Harvey will provide a day-long workshop titled, "Body and Soul: A Day of Healing Meditation's for Living and Dying." The workshop will offer simple ways of connecting with the Divine, directly and in any circumstances. Harvey has collected healing meditations over 20 years of Andrew Harvey seeking and training in various mystical traditions. He will present the ones he loves most and considers the most powerful. The meditations are taken from a wide variety of traditions including Tibetan, Buddhist, Hindu, Christian, Wiccan and Kabbalis- tic. It is not necessary to attend the Friday talk in order to participate in the workshop. The workshop will be held at the Yokayo Ranch on Herrsley Creek Ukiah, from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets are $50/$40 for couples. Harvey is an Englishman born in India and educated at Oxford. When he was 25 he returned to India and immersed himself in its. culture, philosophy and spirituality. He has written several books, including "The Return of the Mother," "Hidden Journey: A Spiritual Awakening," and his best-selling "The Way of Passion: A Celebration of Rumi." Harvey is also co-editor of "The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying." At the heart of Harvey's message is that it is now time for each individual to take responsibility to enter into a direct relationship with the divine, a relationship that will infuse everyday life with the presence of the divine and will move us to action that heals and transforms towards wholeness. "Andrew Harvey offers a radical new perspective, balancing historical overemphasis on transcendence by honoring the immanence of the Divine in passionate engagement to the world," according to Common Boundary. Centra! to developing a c irect relationship with the d vine involves, according to Harvey, the journey into a direct relstion- ship with the Sacred Feminine, or the "Mother." "She can :each us that we're here not to es:ape, but to enjoy here, to celebrate here. The Sacred Feminhe is that force of balance, of -ftsion, of reconciliation, that can produce a new unity and a new wholeness." Andrew Harvey's visit to Ukiah is sponsored by the Star in the Well Speaker series presented by the Waldorf School of Mendocino County. It is also supported by Mendocino College Community Extensioi, the Mendocino Book Corrpany, Skip Gibbs Company, Masonite Corporation, Hoyman-Ilrowe Studio, and members of friends Around the Well. Tickets tor the talk and workshop are available at Mendocino Book Compiny in Ukiah, Leaves of Grass Bookstore in Willits. For further^ information call 463-1916. Ukiah Unified School District menu March 23-27 Items for each week are available everyday except as noted. Students have a choice of lowfat or lowfat chocolate milk daily. Fresh fruit will consist of those available during the season and may include bananas, pears, oranges, apples, grapes and plums. Entrees The Big Salad; ham and cheese sandwich; com dog; pepperoni pizza; Chili Frito. Fruit/Vegetables Fresh fruit (T,W,F); juice cup (M,Th); small salad; fruit cup. Specials Thursday - Chex Mix. COMMUNITY NEWS Orchid workshop FORT BRAGG - There will be an orchid workshop with Robert Goldman at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 29 at the Botanical Gardens to learn about the care and maintenance of orchids. Bring your orchids, clippers, baskets or cache pots. Additional plants and supplies will be avail- call the CASA office at 4636603. Tribes help with area storm damage COVELO - Since October of last year, the Forest Service has been in partnership with the Northern California Indian Development Council, Inc. Bateman relays spiritual story at LDS conference By FAE WOODWARD For the Journal "Don't want to go," said Mark of the funeral of his classmate' Heather Eriksen, who suffered from an ailment which attacks the'brain. Then the morning of the funeral he told his father, "Want to go." •When the father, puzzled over his son's change of heart, . asked why, the answer was "a dream." In his dream Mark • had. seen Heather dancing and singing, something she had never been able to do in life because of an ailment that crippled and partially paralyzed her body. The story of the Eriksen family with six children subject to a disease caused by a defective gene was shared with over 900 members df.the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat-. ter-day Saints Sunday by Merrill. J. Bateman, a member of the First Quarum of Seventy and president of Brigham Young University. In the disease Heather shared with her siblings, the brain causes their muscles to fill with lactic acid. The pain of' these tight muscles 'is unbearable and the muscle distortion effects speech, coordination and eventually twists life right out of the body, the speaker explained. Heather, who received special education, could pr hardly move except for her yes. Finally, by going over each book in the bookshelf, the mother got a yes answer for the hymnal. The surprised teacher carefully went over the hymns in the book, attempting to cis- cover Heather's favorite. Bateman said she went through 100 songs, then 200 songs. Finally then 227th hymn was the one 'that got Heather's wide eyed appro It was "There is Sunshine My Soul Today." Going over the words of the song, Bateman said the teacher noted in the sec able for purchase. The fee is $10 N.CI.D.C. provided the Covelo plus materials. Ranger District with a 12-person For more information and reg- k?ot al. in Merrill J. Bateman, left, president of Brigham Young University, talks with Donald H. Bradford, president of Ukiah California State, Church.of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and James R. McKell, right, second counselor to Bradford. eyes. She would open them wide for a yes answer and close them for a no answer, tiateman described the girl as "a bright young lady" who enjoyed playing guessing games. Her 'special education teacher also was her church primary teacher and led her class in a primary song. When she asked Heather if she liked' the primary song, she did. Then she asked which song Heather liked best. Because this was not something the child could answer with a yes or a no blink, the teacher offered to sing all the songs she knew. When none of these proved to be Heather's favorite, the teacher offered to go through the church hymnal at school the next day. She promised to call Heather's mother and make arrangements for the little girl to bring the hymnal to class with her. Bateman said somehow the phone call was not made. The next morning when Heather's mother got her ready for school, the child seemed agitated. As her mother took her through the house, she turned her head. The mother realized she was looking at the bookshelf. She asked if she wanted a'book, Heather's eyes said verse "Jesus can hear songs I cannot sing.' "Do you sing songs to Jesus?" the teacher asked Heather. The answer wsis a wide eyed "yes." "Does he tell you he hears you?" The was another affirmative eye message "The little boy (that was her classmate) didn't understand death," Bateman said. "Eon't you think a loving Heav Father would let him know that Heather was free to dfuice and sing?" The story of the Ericsen family was in conclusion of Batenian's remarks for the annual conference of the Ukiah California Stake or the LDS Church, which includes • members from Lake and Mendocino counties and part of Sonoma County. nd ;nly istration call 964-4352. CASA sponsors satellite training On Tuesday, March 31 The National Court Appointed Special Advocate Association and the American Bar Association Center on Children and the Law will present a national satellite conference Community Involvement in Court Improvement: Enhancing Court Performance on behalf of Abused and Neglected Criildren. Plan to join this interactive forum to "meet" national experts and others via satellite and ask questions directly related to your work with children in the court system. The panel of experts will address top court reform priorities, including the treatment of parties and witnesses, judicial and attorney caseloads, legal representation, agency-court relationships and quality of hearings and reviews, as well as how to become involved in your community's court improvement efforts. Sponsored by the Court Appointed Special Advocate CASA of Mendocino County this special broadcast will be held promptly from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the River Room at the Mendocino County Office of Education, 2240 Eastside Road in Talmage. CASA of Mendocino County recruits, screens and trains volunteers from the community to advocate for children in the juvenile court system. For more information please work crew made up of American • % Indians from the Round Valley Indian Reservation and other • ' Indian communities to repair winter storm damage caused by the storm events of 1997 and ' 1998, on the Covelo District of" • the Mendocino National Forest. The damage consists of land- ' l slides ranging from one to 20 acres in size, washouts, stream damage, down trees in creeks, _ damage to hiking trails, and- plugged culverts. After repairing I some areas, they were planted* with native plants, and seeds to I hopefully ensure future stabilize- ' tion. The crew has also per- -/ formed maintenance and bank:' stabilization on the Elands Cove: Road, Indian Dick road, Etsel •-'. Ridge, and on the west and south sides of the Eel River Campground. This crew is doing an outstanding job in spite of some difficulty this winter accessing project sites and adverse weather conditions. For further information, contact the Covelo Ranger District, 78150 Covelo Road, Covelo, . California 95428, 983-6118 Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Spaghetti feed The Brooktrails Firefighters Association will have a spaghetti feed from 5 to 8 p.m., Friday, April 3 at the Brooktrails Community Center. Dinner prices are $5 for adults and $3 for children (under 10 years old). This is all you can eat of spaghetti, salad and garlic bread. All proceeds go toward fire department equipment. HELP WANTED HELP WANTED 120 HELP WANTED 194-98 OF 3-19/98 PUBLIC NOTICE HEARING The Board of Directors of MilMew County Water District will hold a public hearing to consider adoption of Article 19 amending Ordinance 972-1 by adding Article 19 to the Ordinance. This article establishes rules and regulations for agricultural water service by the MilMew County Water District. This hearing will be held April 8, 1998 at 6:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter at the Millview County Water District Office, 3081 North State Street, Ukiah, Ca. At the hearing the Board will consider oral and written testimony by any person or affected agency. Full copies of Article 19 are available at the District office, 3081 North State Street. Ukiah, Ca. For more information, call 707-4627229. 139-98 3-5,12,19,26/98 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No.: 98-0114 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS (ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS: AMMERMAN QUALITY PAINTING SERVICE 4103 Eastside Calpella Road Ukiah, Ca. 95482 MICHAEL JEFFREY AMMERMAN 4103 Eastside Calpella Road Ukiah, Ca. 95482 This business is conducted by an Individual. The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on MARCH 3,1998. Endorsed- Filed on FEBRUARY 27, 1998 at the Mendocino County Clerks Office. /s/Mlcnael Jeffrey Ammerman MICHAEL JEFFREY AMMERMAN PUBLIC NOTICE 117-98 2-26,3-5,12,19/98 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No.: 98-0096 THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS (ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS: DORA STREET DELI & MARKET 789 S. Dora Street Ukiah, Ca. 95482 CHING H. LIU 789 S. Dora Street Ukiah, Ca. 95482 This business Is conducted by an Individual. The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on April 1,1998. . Endorsed-Filed on February 19,1998 at the Mendocino County Clerks Office. /s/Ching H. Liu CHING H. LIU MeMa THINKING OF YOUI "Love PEEPAW* Sports Trivia, Scores, Spreads & Morelll 1-900-378-1800 Ex. 2956 $2.99/mln. Must be 18 yrs. TT Ph Req. ServU 619-645-8434 20 PERSONALS 30 LOST fit FOUND FOUND: At Hopland School. Med. sized male dog. Very nice. Smal with short fur. Must be claimed by 3/20 or will go to pound. 485-7631 • FOUND • Auburn male Border Collie/McNab Shepherd mix Found 3/13/98 in Calpella 468-4626 V/M.468-8428 $2.99 Hay Change Your Llfcl Match Making! . 1-900-407-7781 Extension 5431 $2.99/Min. Must be 18+ Serv-U (619) 645-8434 Are Your Ready For Love? Call Nowll! 1-900-407-7781 Ex.6394. $2.99/min. Must be 18 yrs. Serv-U 619-645-8434 A>k A Real Psychic About Love, Money and Health! 1-900-370-3399 Extension 3769 $3.99/Min. Mut be 18+ Serv-U (619) 645-8434 MENDO/LAKE COUNTY SINGLES A Great Way To Meetlll 1-900-407-7781 Ext. 2064 $2.99/min. Must be 18 yrs. Serv-U 619-645-8434 Never Be Lonely Againl Call: 1-900-407-7781 Extension 8218 $2.99/Min. Must be 18+ Serv-U (619) 645-8434 Found in RWDVLY 8 weeks old male brindle puppy, call to adopt or claim 485-8454 Found: 3/10 (Evening) Blk & White Fml. Puppy.Border Collie Mix. West Road Exit, RV 485-5236 Found: 3/10 Colony Dr. • (RV) bicycle. Call to identy: 485-0616 Found: Duffel Bag, 3/17 corner of Bush/Empire. Please call to Identify 468-1279 Found: Purse. Drivers LJc. for Nicolle Hope Morris. PU at Ukiah Police Dept. LOST: Elderly female black Lab. Vic. Orr Springs Rd. March 14. Greenfield Ranch. 823-5738 Found: In Potter Valley. Female Chow mix. Sweet, cuddly, non aggressive. Approx. 1-2 yrs. Needs fenced yard. Will fit in with most any family. Anxiously waiting to bond with someone. 743-1438 VI TO KNOW ME Vt IS TO LOVE ME Found: In Potter Valley. Male, 2-3 yr old. Uaso Apso, Bearded Collie Mix. Sweet & beautiful & have good manners. For the lady of my heart or maybe an older couple. No children or cats. I am a victim of family violence but will Vloye/9 you until the ends of the earth, if you can provide a safe, calm, soothing environment for me to healln. 743-1438 •••••4 The Ukiah C does not vo legitimacy moneymaklng advertised in classifications that you care such offers am money to thea unless you km you are dealing all terms and the offer. ACCOUNTAT assistance Ir accounfg pr Head Star Developmen Knowledge o Duties includt ctos'g, annual t and clerical dul of ed & ex accounfg exp + ben. Mus application 46 606-5550. C Adminl AM! Needdetall-c to perform a duties for E President. So of sates, marki helpful. MicroSoft/Wc PC'S. Fast typing. Non Benefit packa & salary rteta or mall to Climax. L Willits, 95 commensur ally Journal ach for the of job or opportunities this or other We suggest ully evaluate not send any e advertisers >w with whom and you know conditions of ^ • • • • fT n - Provide the routine >cess of the t & Child t programs. ' GAAP reqd. :AP year end ludts.budget'g es.AAorequv > plus 2 yrs .FT;$10.30/hr fill out NCO 2-1 954 or 800- jses 3/26/98 stiative itant riented person vide variety of cecutive vice, me knowledge rting, production rdPerfect. IBM and accurate smoker pref. ». Fax resume y to 459-4917 td. Box 399, 490. Salary te with exp. Dell help needed. P/T. Apply In person after 3pm Pear Tree Dell, 512 E. Perkins AVON $8-$20/hr. No-door-to-door. Easy Cash! 1-800-206-0139 ind/sls rep (Mi Accountant/Controller Growing multi unit company. Duties include preparing F/S, payroll reporting, 401K, contract negotiations. Computer exp. needed. Send resume & salary history to 1201 N. State SL Ukiah, 95482 «• See Magnetic Therapy School in #480 Miscl. for Sale . Aid/Housekeeper/Cook Live in for a small care home near Santa Rosa. Experienced. Excellent salary. 838-3969 THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME by H»nrt Arnold md Mlk» Arglrlon Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words. PRUNS ^ j SIM MXM M*J| StnfcM. Inc. TOPIL LAPPOR LU KEYRAB VOL) MIGHT SAY A 0A&Y PeUVEREP IN FUI6HT 15 THIS. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Print answer hen: Vasterday's (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: POWER SCOUR CARBON KETTLE Answer: What the guitar-playing geologist was known as — A "ROCK" STAR

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