Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on June 27, 1974 · Page 4
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 4

Ukiah, California
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Thursday, June 27, 1974
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4—UklaH Dally Journal, Ukiah Calif. Thursday, June 27, 1?74 BPW ushers summer in with luau NEWS about MENDOCINO COUNTY W O MEM She carries hope to cancer victims Family atten <|s graduation / Dates to keep of Fred Way Fred Way, son of Mrs. Thora Way and: the late Fred Way of Redwood Valley graduated vyith high honors from the University ' of California at. Davis this month, with a B.S. degree in range and wildland sciences. He is & graduate of Ukiah high, class of 1970, where he achieved a life membership in the California Scholastic Federation. He will, be doing graduate work for agricultural teaching and will be £k student teacher at Santa Rosa high school, August' through December. Attending the graduation ceremonies at Davis were his mother, two sisters —Debbie and GaU— his brother Bob, a niece, Staci Pendleton, and his aunt, Sylvia Stubberfield of Willits. June 27 — Films on Ecuador, by Steve Turnwall, 7:30 p.m., Mendocino County. Library children's room. June 29 — Fort Bragg Foot- lighters, 8 p.m., Little Theater,' corner of .^aurel and , McPherson' Fort Bragg. ^ June 29 — Loyal Order of Moose birthday and'anni­ versary dinner-dance, Moose Hall, 1282 S. State Street. Dinner, 7 p.m.; dance 9 p.m. Turkey dinner, $2.50 a plate. June 29 & 30 — Docfey-Dq Days in Nice: Square dancing Saturday, 1 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 11:30 p.m.-. Clear Lake Lodge; Barbecue and campfire, midnight to 2 p.m. Pancake breakfast, and flea market, Sunday. July 21 — Iris Society's annual family potluck picnic and iris auction, 12:30 to 3 p.m., Ukiah's Municipal Park. Aug. 10 — Quilt" seminar, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mendocino County Museum. Aug. 25 — Whale Day, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mendocino County Museum. OVEN MEALS TIMESAVERS Oven meals with beef are great energy and timesavers. In the morning prepare the meat —bottom round, chuck, stew or brisket — for braising, then bake, covered in a slow oven. "Many of the less tender, less expensive, cuts can be dohe in a 200 degree oven and . left unattended all day long. It's a lovely feeling to be greeted with . the wonderful aroma of an almost ready beef dinner as you open the front door. BPV/ LUAU —Muu-muus, flowing prints ahd brightly colored pants and shirts were the-fashion "thing'/ at the Business and Professional Women 's luau held SUnday at the home of Al and Vivian Foster on Sanford Ranch Road. One of the many pictures taken at the affair is the top photo here featuring Dorothy Cox, BPW president, centei*, holding the trophy the club won, along with a $50 check, for the group's prize winning float in the Ukiah Festival Parade. With Mrs. Cox, from leftj are: Roberta Wirt, Mildred Ki^ore, Jean Spaulding, Betty Johnson, Johnnie Narvaez and Kathy Crane. .The" trophy was presented by Patricia Murphy, not pictured.' Center photo pictures just a few of the niembers and Miiests present. Standing are i |x)retta, Foster and Dorothy Sl|irk. Seated are Robert Wirt, "Alta and Jack Ballou,'Wand^ and John Bell and Kathy CrliVie. At, lower left are the three co-hostesses for the early summer festivity — Betty ..Johnson, Johnnie NarVaez and Vivian Foster. ' Next meeting of the BPW will be held July 11 at 7 p.m. at the \ Home Federal Savings and Loan building. ^ —Journal photos by Fae. FROZEN LEMQN JUICE One hundred per cent pure lemon juice is being produced by a frozen food manufacturer. You buy it, frozen," keep it refrigerated; 'and use, it, whenever you need the juice of •fresh lemons. LOSE UGLY FAT start losing weighs today OR MONEY BACK. MONADEX is a tiny lablcJt titat will help curb your desire tor excess lo'od. Eat less-weigh less. Contains no dangerous drugs and will not make you nervous. No strenuous exercise. Cliange your tile . . start today.' MONADEX^ costs S3.00 lor a 20 day supply and S5.00 lor twice tli.e amount. Lose ugly'lat or your money will be relun^ed witli no questions asked by: Ukiah Rexall Drug. — 107 S. State — Mail Orders Filled. NEW YORK (UPI) — Terese Lasser has turned into a ,gl9betrotter carrying hope to women concerning cancer. The gist of her message primarily deals with breast '^ncer, the leading cause of incidence and death among women today, how self examination can lead to,, early' detection, hyow if surgery is necessary there is an R to R (Reach to Recovery) voliihteer program to help in readjustment and overcoming the "trauma" of a breast removal. Mrs. Lasser, who had a mastectomy in 1952, has just returned from a three months- trip through Southeast Asia and Australia, speaking to radio, television and live audiences. "400 Million People" " She can't even estimatehow many: women—and men—she reached in the 10 countries but it had to be in the many millions. "I spoke over National Radio in Horig Kong," she said, "and I was told.the broadcast, translated into . seyerial dialects, eventually would reach 400 million people. "In Adelaide, Australia, blind women were reading Braille instructions oh self-examination." Included in the biilky notebooks she brought home is a^ letter from Edwin M. Cronk, y.S; ambassador to Singapore, that says in part, "too often foreigners think of America in negative terms...but the real America is revealed in people like yourself who are public spu-ited and work tirelessly for a good cause.", Mrs. Lasser is . founder of Reach to Recovery which since 1969 has been part of the rehabilitation program steered by the American Cancer Society (ACS). • R^ch to Recovery-operiates with carefully selected and trained' volunteers who assist the physician and surgeon in providing specialized assistance to the woman with a mastectomy without interfering • with the doctor-patient, relationship. The patient sees and talks, wiljh^another wonvan ..who had the same surgery. Self Examination Mrs. Lasser said her trip was the most extensive" she's made since joining with ACS, where she is a fulltime but unsalaried staffer. The trip was arranged through cancer societies in the countries visited. "Every country has„ the problem," she said in an interview. "I'm told the incidence of breast cancer is on the in-, crease almost everywhere." „ Since Mrs., Lasser's VrnaS|tectomy she's become sort of a clearing house forbras'that the woman «an wear comfortably. Various manufacturers keep sending her samples and she also makes suggestions to them. On radio, she described slowW the method,"of the monSPy self examination for breast lumps. On television and before live audiences, she actually demonstrated the me- . thod. Mrs, Lasser, blonde woman, is the widow of . J.K. Lasser, the author of "Your Income Tax," which for years has been a best-selfer. Mrs. Lasser said the question women most frequently ask her is: "How do I undress that first , night.before my man?" "I told theiji, 'Do exactly as you did before you went to the hospital. Realize that you are together in this. More than ever now you need each other.'" PROUD MOTIIEU — Jenny Brown, rigiit, mother of Miss Mendocino County, talks over daughter Janeane's competition in the Miss California Pageant with Mrs. Al Norris during an in- ~ termission in the three-day program. Everyone had their favorite contestant and, despite enthusiastic and understandably prejudiced applause and "bravos" from the packed audience, the judges kept to their .point systetn^^nd chose Miss Redwood City to represent the state ^uring the 1^74-75 year. Nearly everyone had to agree that Her highly trained voice with its diversified range " and cjuality was "lops".4n a-keenly cornpetjtj.vear^cay of talent. — , Photo by „K. Hunter.. • : >v ;..w;5v- Wfieefers' en/oy Ukfoh's weafher a 'handsome Combine V4 cup apple juice with 2 teaspoons brown sugar and toss with fresh fruit salads before garnishing with cream dressing. . Three adventuresome young men from San Jose State stopped off in Ukiah last Friday to have the wheels on their Schwinn bikes aligned at the Ukiah Bike shop after a marathon trip from , Vancouv^, British Ck)lumbia. , The trio flew with their bikes 'and baggage to Vancouver, visited Victoria, British Columbia and are now cycling honie from Port Angeles, WaSh. They haid been on the road for the -past two weeks, averaging about 75 miles a day. One day, they even chalked up 95 m.iles in one stint. > Even after 15 flat tires" along the way, they arrived in Ukiah in good humor^ — especially since they hit a warm, sunny day here after a stretch of damp pid foggy weather along the coast north. . „ Anyone who has trouble getting all their "necessities" together for vacation jaunts via ' plane or autohiobile can take note that the cyclists manage with only one bag on their handlebars and a saddle bag and sleeping bag on their rear rack. Inspired by their Cycling instructor at college who has been on numerous cross country trijps himself, they haye followed several of his rules: "Eat before TOU are hungry and drink .hpore you are thirsty" as ^-well as his suggestion to eat a-lot of dried fruit and nuts qnd lots of milk. : Staying mainly in state and national campgrounds ahd parks, they have., of ten had hamburger and stew cookouts'^ along the way and made the acquaintance of a number of other cyclers who have chosen this "noA-poUutihg't method of seeing the country. ^ Another Recent Arrival THE.'WHEELERS' - stopping off in Ukiah for a little Work on their bikes while on the way honie to San Jose from British Columbia are, from left, Jack Kuhn, Philip Duffield and Mike Sullivan. All three are students from San Jose State witiding up a two weeks trip which included 15 flat tures dnd some damp, foggy weathV. ^Journal photo by Fae ' , Alan H, Berma^, D.P.M, • Announces the relocation of his office for the practice of General Podiatry and oof Surgery. 215W.STANDLEYST. UKIAH, CALIF. 9,5482 For Appointments Call 4«2-4707 (Dr. Jonattian Oardn«r't Olilce) Infant, Children and Adults by Appointment. SPECIAL OFFER COLOR ENLARGEMENTS 2 For $1.59 3 or More: 79^ ea. , Mbde tram your Kodacolor negative or color slide. Subjects may be difrerent. p?oo Does nOI include 110 slides. TRIPLE-S-CAMERA 108 N, School — Downtown Ukiah DEEP VALLEY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL Registration Open For 74-75 School Year GRADES K-8 We welcome anyone interested in Christ-Centered Quality education. • NEW this fall: we will conduct a' second kindergarten In Ukiah. • Our tuition is below average for Christian Schools in Calif. • All our siaff members are dedicated Christian EdOcators. CALL 485-8700 OR 485-7728 Or come out to the Redwood Valley Community Church- Across from Ply-F^b in Downtown Redwood Valley. 971 SchoplWay. Memberships Now Open Inexpensive Year Round Vacation INIT4ATION FEE ONLY $25.00 TOTAL ANNUAL DU,ES —$220.00 J (Monthly payments may be arrar^ged) NON-DEERWOOD RESIDENTS WELCOME * SWIM » TENNIS * VOLLEYBALL PING PONG » HORSESHOES * SAUNA DEERWOOD SWIM-TENNIS CLUB Phone Don Heller ' At 462-3801 Eves. 462-8150

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