Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on June 28, 1974 · Page 10
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 10

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10—Ukiah Dally Journal, Uklah Calif. Friday, June 28, 1974 Veterinary Viewpoints One in a series oh animal liealtli and pet care presented as a public service }Sy the Mendo-Lal(e Veterinary Medical Association. The Fourth of July holiday is coming up and everyone is loolcing forward to the fun of setting off fireworlts. But how about your pett Is he loolcing forward to the ex- ci ^tement and noise" of fireworlcs? Probably not, warns the Mendocino-Lalce Veterinary Medical Association. If your pet is lilce most animals, the loud commotion will be a terrifying experience. According to the Mendocino- Lake Veterinary Medical Association, every year the noise and ruckus of the July 4 celebration cayses serious panic in many pets. Dogs and ' cats will nm blindly into the street —many of them being injured or killed by cars. Others just start running, become lost, and are never seen again. Still more animals become so frightened that eating habits are altered and there may be gastrointestinal upsets for several days afterward. Small caged pets, such as mice, hamsters and birds, can become so terrified that they will thrash about in their cages and cause severe injury to themselves. And last but irot least any badly frightened aniinal is apt to bite! If you expect that your pet will be apprehensive during the holiday, plan to confine him in a quiet part (Of the house or yard. If you don't think that confinement at home will be sufficient, you may want to board, your pet in a fennel until tlie ruckus is over. ' Very high strung anunals can be given tranquilizers if necessary (However, don't use a human tranquilizer on your pet. Insteadr^get the advice of your veterinarian. He can then dispense the proper tranquilizer and the correct dose for your animal. Questions about animal health or pet care may be sent to "Veterinary Viewpoints" co P.O. Box 613 Ukiah, Ca. 95482. QuesUons will be answered if accompanied by a self-addressed stamped envelope. REVERSE TWIST LOS ANGELES (UPI) - If Lionel E. Ogden will step around, to the Camans Manor, 13-year-old Ricky will give him back his $15,457 check for his stockbroker. Ricky found the check Thursday on the floor of a drugstore* wliile he was browsing through' comic books. It was made out to "Merrill Lynch,"; the broker- agehouse. / Ricky turned it in to the director of Camans Manor, Tessie Johnson, to return to whoever lost it. Camans Manor is a home foi* juvenile delinquents. Ricky is there on probation for burglary. Recreation calendar UNUSUAL CRAFT ^ Motorized grayy boat speeds along the Chicago River piloted by model Patty Rees during a preview of the many unusual seacraft cm display at the annual Chicago Boat and Sport show. The ChryslerKlriven outboard, incidentally, is in no way considered a nautical version of the notorious "gravy train" sought after by^so many luxury-loving landlubbers. ^ MONDAY — Public swimming, municipal pools, 1 p.m..— 5 p.m. Recreation plJayground program, FZ & ~Nokomis schools, lpjn.-4 p.m. Women's Softball games, municipal Softball field — 7 p.m., Johnson Ihsurance'vs. Hoaglens; 9 p.m., Willits Hornets vs. Sunshiners. Weight lifting {ffogram, H.S. Wght. Shed, 6 p.m. Ukiah Diq)licate Bridge Club, Palace Hotel, 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY — Women's Golf Club luncheon. Municipal Qubhouse, 12:30, p.m. Public swimming, municipal pools, 1 p.m.- 5 p.m. Recreation playground program, FZ , 4 Nokomis schools, 1 p.m.- 4 p.m. Men's Softball games, municipal Softball field — 6:30 p.m.. Diver's Down vs. Super- hitters; 8:30 p.m., Ukiah Liq. & vs Coca Cola. Yoga class, municipal Clubhouse, 7 p.m. WEDNESDAY — Public swimming, municipal pools, 1 p.m.- 5 p.m. Recreation playground program, FZ & Nokomis schools, 1 p.m.- 4 p.m. Weight lifting program, H.S. Wght. Shed, 6 p.m. Men's softball games, municipal Softball fields — 6:30 p.m., La. Pacific Vs. Black Bart; 8:30 p.m., Rinehart Oil vs. Poma TV. Belly dancing class, Municipal GuUiouse, 7 p.m. IlIURSDAYi — JPublic swimming, municipal pools, 1 p.m.-6 p.m. 4 7 p.m,-9 p.m. Men's"" ' soltball ' gaihfS, municipal softball field — 6:30 p.m., Nazarene vs. Sunday Funnies; 8:30 p.m., Maple Bar vs. ^Trinity. FRIDAY — Public swimming, municipal pools, 1 p.m.- 5 p.m. How's the weather? By United Press Intematiorial Showers and thundershowers. splattered a rain-soaked Southeast early today, causing flooding in Florida and threatening flash flooding, in othier Southern states. A low pressure system, centered over Cape Hatteras, N. C, moved up the Atlantic Coast. Pulaski, Va., reported more than two inches of rain and Anderson, S. C, almost one inch. A flash flood watch went up for parts of Virginia and Florida. ^ The heavy rains that have battered Florida since Monday. subsided^ ^ but the eight to 15 inches of rainfall triggered widespread flooding in the west central part of the state. Damages in one county alone, Pinellas County, have heeh estimated at $12 million. Qouds moved over the north Atlantic states, the central Plains and the north Pacific coast. Cool air flowed irito the Mississippi Valley, while 90- degree ten^peratitf^jJicorched the desert feouthjifrest. Piioenix, Ariz., hit by a hot spell, has had no rain for 86 days. Early morning tertiperatures ranged from 100 degrees at Blythe, Calif., to 46 degrees at Houlton, Me. Warm dry high pressure aloft remains steady over California and this will continue sunny days and warm afternoons. • However, there will be night and morning low clouds along the northern and central coasts. The main weather story in California Thursday was again temperatures. For the fourth day California had Uie temperature extremes in the contiguous United States.. Truckee reported a 27 and -the high'was 119 at Palm Springs. Afternoon readings warmed a few degrees Thursday throughout the ^state. The coast ranged from the 60s to the 80s. Thfe Central Valley was in the 90s while the deserts were over 110. The Los Angeles basin 6nce again had readings near 100 with an air stagnation advisory still in effect. Extended weather outlook, for Northern and Central California Sunday through Tuesday: Mostly fair but with patchy low clouds and fog along coast night and morning. Highs in the 90s and the low inland,tojthe'6Us along coast.

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