Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on January 6, 1978 · Page 10
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 10

Ukiah, California
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Friday, January 6, 1978
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10—Uklah Dally Journal, Uklah, Calif. Friday,,January 6, 1978 More news Grac^ Lufheran Pastor Del Kjorvestad of Grace Lutheran Church will begin a series of sermons Sunday on the theme of God's will in our lives. At the 10:30 worship service Sunday, he will stress the intentional, circumstantial ana intimate will of God, rejecting the sometimes heard notion that illness, death and other ad. versity are part of God's will for us. "Today There is Ringing in Praise of God" is the title of the anthem presented by the Chancel Choir. Sunday School classes for all ages meet at 9:15 Sunday mornings. There are classes for all ages ii^cluding a class on the book of Exodus for high schoolern. th« life and teachings of Christ for young adults and Arlene Peck's class for adults on the book of Ptiilippians. Nursery care is provided for young children during both the Sunday School and worship hours. The women's circles b^in a new subject of Study entitled "Appointment With God"—a study of worship. Martha Circle meets Monday at 7:30 in the home of Dorothy Bettencourt, 590 Chablis Ct. Sarah Circle meits Tuesday at'9:15 at the home of Corinne wliberty, 250 Washo. The Monday leader is Pearl Barton and Tuesday's leader is Dena Lenters. Youth activities include a dinner meeting for the Youth Fellowship on Sunday, Jan. 15 at the homte of Devin Gordefl Plans for the summercnne trip will be discussed. The Young Adults wUl meet for dinner at the parsonage on Jan. 22. Holden Village slides will be shown. Th annual congregational meeting will be held Jan. 29. All members are encouraged to attend for an update, on building plans. first Bapiisf "Secure In Him" is the pulpit message scheduled for the 11 a.m. service at First Baptist Church this Sunday. In his sermon from John 12:44-50, Pastor WiUiam C. Duncan will consider the security of the individual which is called into question when inner' conviction or simple acquiesence to a body of truth fails to meet the test of crisis. The sermon will con- Music Hall to close Easter elude that deeply related faith, on the other hand, becomes an act of obedience to the will of God. "The evening service at 7:30 will feature Bible quizzing in' the Book of Romans by vouth members who. recently competed in the Fifth Annual New Year's Tournament in Modesto. Four days of competition resulted in awards won for preaching, piano, art, instrumental solo, ping pong, group singing, Bible quizzing, and volleyball. The Living Hope has scheduled "Come Along With Me" as their Sunday evening selection. Pastor Duncan will preach from the Book of Psalms in a continuing series of messages. Sunday evening youth groups will gather at 6 p.m. in. McCray Hall for a concert by the visiting band of Dave Bassard. Among new activities for the coming weeks is a "Design For Discipleship'; class beginning at 7:30 p.ip. Monday under the leadership of Kelo Duffel at 2501 East Side Road. Church of Christ Scott Harrison, minister,, will be Using Revelation 3:1-6 as hiis text Sunday morning at the Church of Christ, 25 Norgard Ln. He'll be preaching on the "Threefold Promise to Sardis". In the lesson, he will show how we are to be pure and consistent in overcoming temptation and cpnfessing Christ to the world. Ivan Stewart's second lesson of the Open Bible Study series will be sharedi with the congregation Sunday evening. Worship Sunday morning is at 11, and Sunday evening at 6. Classes for all ages are offered Sunday morning at 10 and Wednesday evening at 7:30. Sunday morning's adult class is taught by James Hendrix, and is studying the book of Acts. Kenny Siminoe is teaching the book of I Corinthians on Wednesday night. This Sunday morning's teenage class will be studying "The Powerful Jesus". The junior high and high school yoiith group are tentatively planning to tour Alcatraz on Saturday, Jan. 21. Sunday morning at 9 at the Autumn Leaves apartment complex; church members ^11 be sharing'sonie thoughts on the theme "My God and I". "Selected Scriptures of Philippians" is the class bfeing taught there on Thursday mornings at 10. ' Everyone is cordially invited to attend all of these sessions. SDAChurch Pastor Arvin Winkle has announced the new slate of officers to serve for 1978. A total of 156 individuals will be serving as department chairmen or committee members to carry on the various activities of the church. Church officers serving as chairmen will be: Miller Trout, elde'rs; Bruno Teichman, deacons; Doris Beddoe, deaconesses; Harold Hopper, ushers; Aldene Miller, Senior Sabbath School; Herman Meadows, Youth Sabbath School; Stefan Cuinmings, Earliteen Divis(irt; Jean Knittel, Juniqr Division. Esther Ballard, Primary Division; Linda Johnson, Kindergartern Division; Gail Aagaard, Pre-Cradie Roll; Betty Woods, Cradle Roll Divison; Betty Hopper, receptionists; Del Baker, floral committee; John Penner, Sabbath School investment; Carl and Gretchen Anderson, Sabbath School extension; Jan McGill, missionary volunteer; ,Clifford Skinner, audio-visual committee; Cora Lee Nelson, social committee; Wendell Marsh, finance committee. Other officers are: Ronna Witzel, treasurer; Pat An-' derson, clerk; Jan Blackburn, librarian; Ktenneth Ridgley, director of lay activities; Earla Aagaard and Pat An^ derson, co-chairmen of community services; Glenn Miller, director of health services; Bill Woods, director of religous liberty; Sharon Marsh, editor, church newsletter. Religious Science "The Science of Mind — The Thing Itself" will be Rev. Suzanne Theilig's topic for the Sunday services of the Ukiah Church of Religious Science. Following the custom of most Religious Science churches during the month of January, the church will present the basic principles of the teaching as set forth in the textbook "The Science of Mind" by' Ernest Holmes, founder^ Freedom of thought is the birth-right of every individual, and bringing our thought into line with the imderlying laws of the universe brings greater good into our lives. Rev. "Theilig states. Services are held at the Saturday Afternoon Club, S. Oak and Church Streets, at 10:30 a.m. each Sunday. Trinity Baptist Want to know how to save on your electricity bill: Trinity Baptist Church suggests you turn your lights off each rtight and come to Trinity Baptist at 900 S. Dora for some messages in word and song ~ they're having a revival. Everyone is invited to come and hear Hiram LeMay from Nashville, Tepn. Jan. 8 through 13. The first service begins Sunday morning at 11, and each nightly service starts at 7:30. A nursery will be provided each service. David Peale is coming to Trinity Baptist on Jan. 8 to bring the special music for both services. Peale, who formerly sang with the New Christie Minstrels ^nd the New Kingston Trio, is presently recording gospel music in Nashville and will be at the church this Sunday for the beginning of the revival. Dr. Tom MacMillan, Mendociho College professor and music director at the First Baptist Church, will be in tharge of the choir and congregational music for the revival. Sunday morning Bible study for all ages begins at 9:45 followed by the 11 a.m. worship service. The Children's Church begins at 11 for children from four to nine years of age. A nursery is provided for smaller children. Tom Holladay, youth pastor, leads the youth in a Bible study each Sunday evening beginning at 6. NEW YQRK (UPI) — Radio City Music ttall, home of the Rockettes and a top tourist at-, traction ifa New York City for 45 years, plans to close its doors after a lavish Easter show,, it was learned Thursday. Alton G. Marshall, president oLEockefeller Center Inc., is scheduled to meet with the music halj's 300 employees this morning tq break the news. A spokeswoman for Mayor Edward Koch said Marshall had informed the new mayor of the hall's planned closing late Wednesday. Koch was to meet with Marshall today to discuss ways of saving the cultural landmark, she said. Earlier Wednesday, Marshall tearfully informed union officials. The center opened Dec. 17, 1932 and has attracted through the years more than 200 million tourists from all over the country to see the high, stepping Rockettes, the extravagant stage productions and family films. • Attendance began to slip in 1972, however, and in 1975, Radio City lost an eistimated $1.3 million. The New York Daily News quoted sources as saying the center, which seats some 6,000, may become a tennis court or huge shopping center. For years, moviegoers waited for the "next show" amidst the muted tans, bronzes, browns and red of the Art Deco excesses in the Music Hall foyer. Inside, their attention was focused staged center by giant suspended arches. The hall narrowly escaped closure last year when musicians, dancers and stagehands threatened to strike. , „ In settling the dispute, employees agreed to a wage freeze in their next contract. The pact also cotitahied elements to cut costly work rules and reduce the size of the work force. Rut Wednesday night, a chalked notice appeared near the hall's stage door, reading: "To All Employees: An im- portafnt' announcement by Alton G. Marshall in th,e large rehearsal, hall on Thursday, Jan. 5, at ,10 a.m. All em- plpyees are invitea to attena." PUBLIC NOTICE Ficn-nous BUSINESS NAME STATMENT THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS (ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS: FINE & FANCY FLOWERS at 1107 S. State St., Ukiah, Ca. 95482. Ernest M. Fine 987 N. Oak St. Ukiah, Ca. 95482 Michele A. Fine 987 N. Oak St. Ukiah, Ca. 95482 ."This business is conducted by ah individljal. ^ s-Michele A. Fine Michele A., Fine ' T^is statement was filed with the County Clerk of Mendo- docino County on Dec. 15, 1977. File No. 77-F-18 12-30,1977, 1-6,13,20,1978 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HERfiBY GIVEN that the Board of Supervisors will meet in their Chambers, CoUl'thouse, Ukiah on Monday, Janaiiry 23, 1978 a|'9:30 a.m. OR AS SOON AS PbSSIBLE THEREAFTER to hear the following matters: AGRICULTURAL PRESERVE Donald Giatinecchini; AP Nos. 182-180-15; 182-180-21; .18^-100-07 (A 51-77) REZONING Redwood Empire Realty; in Redwood Valley extending fr PUBLIC NOTICE 300' - 800' E fr ,East RdJ opposite its intet-section with School Way. (R 177-77) Ridge-Wheel Properties; 5% mi S of Willits, IV^ mi SW of. Hwy 101, lying mi N of Walker Lake, being Ridgewood Park Subdivision, i/nit 1, Lots 129 thru 142. (R 179-77) Surfwood Mutual Water Corporation; mi NE of Mendocino, mi E of Hwy 1, lying 400' S of Surfwood Dr. (R 183-77) ' Joseph Hurlbut; 2% mi S of Willits, extending % nii S fr Hwy 101 between Walltfer Rd on the W & the NWPRR R/W on the E. (R 185-77) Kenneth Baer; 5 mi E of Cummings, extending Vi mi g fr Spyrock Rd. IVi. mi E of its intersectionjyith Hwy 101. (R 180-77) " REZONING & SUJBDIVISION Tim Allred (Empire Development Co.); % mi S of Hopland, extending % mi W fr Mountain House Rd, mi S of its intersection with Hwy 101. (R 144-77 & S 13-77) RESUBDIVISION Thomas F. Johnson; 3>^ mi NE of Ukiah,/extending 450' W fr Woodlake Dr, Va mi N of, its intersection with Deerwood Dr Extension. (Re-S 18-77) REZONING, MINOR SUBDIVISION & APPEAL Lee Oolan & Robert Madlen; 3% mi E of Calpella, % mi W of the intersection of East Side-Potter Valley Rd wth Hwy 20, extendiilg mi N fr the Russian River to Black- bart Trail. (R 186-77, MS 212=: 77) Gary Eppright; 1% mi S of Ukiah, extending 800' SW fr VIC of Wly terminus of Canyon Dr, 450' W of its intersection with Rosemary Ln. (R 176-77 & MS 206-77) USE PERMIT & APPEAL Pamela Gordon & Patricia Rohe; 314 nil SE of Mendocino, 2 mi E of Hwy 1„ Vi mi S of Comptche-Ukiah Rd, 3 mi W of its intersection , with Little River Airport Rd, on N side of Van Damme Beach State Parfc, (U 112-74) Joseph Duarte; 3 mi N of Redwood Valley, extending V4 PUBLlCNOnCE miWfrWestRd, V4miSo£its ^ intersection vnth East.Rd & Tomki Rd. (U 134-77) Lance 6. Bierschenk; 2V* mi N of Piercy on W, side of Hwy 271, S fr the Eel River & Cook's Valley Exit fr Hwy 101. (U 133-77) ALL INTERESTED PERSONS MAY ATTEND AND BE HEARD AT THAT TIME. APPLICANTS OR THEIR AGENTS MUST APPEAR FOR THEIR HEARINGS. ALBERT P. BELTRAMI aerk of the Board 1-6,1978 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of the aty of Ukiah, California, will hold a public hearing regarding: Zone Change Application Nos. 78-37 and 78-47 as filed by Bob Kennedy, for a change of zone from C-2, Highway Commercial and Restricted Industrial District to C-1, Light Commercial District for the most easterly 190' of Assessor'is PArcel No. 2-121-4,; l2|dng south of Orr Creek, ahd; approximately 140 feet West of NWPRR and the entire Assessor's Parcel No. 2-121-5 lying south of Orr Creek and immediately west of NWPRR tracks according to applicant and location map on file in the office of the aty Clerk, 203 S. School Street, Ukiah. A Negative Declaration of Environmental Impact has been prepared and filed for this project. Said hearing to be held on January 18, 1978, at 7:30 o'clock P.M., or as soon thereafter as the same may be heard, and continued from time to time as the same may require, in the Council Chambers, aty Hall, 111 W. Church Street, ' Ukiah, California, at which time and place all persons interested may appear and be heard. s-Anna F. Robinson . Deputy aty Qerk 1-6,1978 IT'S NO BULL, YOU GET FAST RESULTS WITH THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL DON'T LET THE OTHERS STEER YOU WRONG CALL 468-0123 CLEAR LAKE LODGE DINING IS FROM 5:00 - 9:00 pm Wed., Thur. & Sunday S:00-10:00 pm , Fri. aSaturday OAMCE TO THE MUSIC OF REFRIED Open All Year Round Motel Rooms Available Hwy 20 Nice (Closed Mon. & Tues) 274-1544 TRAILERS .1 SIX PAC MOTOR HOMES r,«,..«-, o CI. II Campers & Shells FERREIRA PROWLER Trailer Salest Supplies and Repairs HITCHES INSTAUUEO ELECTRIC BRAKE SERVICE' ELECTRIC HOOK-UPS- MOTOR HOME RENTALS 75 Soda Bay Road Lakeport, Ca. 9S453 (707) 263-3420 HI-WAY GROCERY mi CERIES BEER MEATS MAGAZINES UPPER LAKE 275 2380 RANCHETTE 4.7 Acres, Best Area, Solid Older 2 Br., 2 Bath Horne, Metal Fireplace,' Basement, 1 Br., 1 Bath GUest House With Kitchen Carport, Good Well Walnuts, Asking $75,000 Terms. Bill Cros$ Agent TOTAL RES. INC. 10S4 N. Main St., L«l(tpoHW4S3 (707 )a «3.SIM AnytlnM IF YOU'RE NOT WORTH AN INVESTMENT, WHO IS? Deciding to save money is an easy deicison. The hard part is actually doing it. So, why not PAY YOURSELF FIRST. Next paycheck, open your Savings Accbunt with Savings Bank of Mendocino County and each paycheck thereafter add tp your account, regularly...a specified amount each time. You'll watch your account grow and with Savings Bank's high interest rates and daily compounding, you'll be worth even more. - Passbook Account - High Bank Interest and Daily Compounding. As funds grow, consider investing in a Time Certificate of Deposit for an even higher return on your investment. Term 90 days, $500.00 minimum deposit. 6 0/ /O " Termone year, $1,000.00 minimum deposit. • Term 2V2 years, $1,000.00 minimum deposit. • Term four years, $1,000.00 minimum deposit. 7V2% • Term six years, $1,000.00 mininiun\ deposit. " Highest Interest Rates allowed by law with Daily Compounding. Note: Federal regulations require substantial penalty for early withdrawl of Time Deposits. ^fember Federal Detjiosit Insurance Corppriatiofi OF MENDOCINO COUNTY CORNER OF SCHOOL & STANDUEY SOUTH STATE & WASHINGTON UKIAH 904 N. STATE & CORNER OF LOW GAP RD. REDWOOD VALLEY HOPLAND FORT BRAGG MENDOCINO

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