Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on January 8, 1978 · Page 10
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 10

Ukiah, California
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Sunday, January 8, 1978
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10—Ukiah Daily Journal, Ukiah, Caillf. Sunday, January 8, 1978 WILLIAMS \j) RUMSEY CLOSUR ARE A LAND ILLE PUBLIC MIDDLETOVv'N BERRYEoSA 6LA1 p/ans chsute of2,300 acres The Bureau of Land, Management (BLM) is proposing closure of 2,300 acres of public land to off road vehicle recreation in Lake County. The land is near the old mining town of Knoxville, which is located' midway between Lalce Berryessa and Clear Lake. The closure represents about 10 percent of the 24,000 acres of public land PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOn -ICEV NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that a Public Hearing will b? held at the regular Willits Planning Commission meeting on January 18, 1978, 111 E. Commercial Street, Willits, California, on the following items: 1. Us^ Permit Application By: Charles F. Persico Re: Operate Bulk Petroleum Plant Location: 288 Shell Lane Zone: M-H 2. Use Permit Application By: 2. Use Permit Application ^ , By: Jerry Kildahl Re: Operate Repair Grage for Engine and Transmission 'Work. Location: 1625 So. Main Street Zone: C-2 The Public Hearing will begin at 7:30 P.M., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard. All interested persons "are invited to appear and present testimony in this matter. WILLITS PLANNING COMMISSION s-Laura I. Stansberry Laura I. Starsberry, Secretary 1-8,1978 PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT EFFECT ON THE EMVIRONMENT 1-8; 1978 County of Mendocino County Courthouse Ukiah, California 95482 (707) 468-4441 TO ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES, GROUPS AND PERSONS: Th« a^ove-named County proposes to request the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development,to release Federal funds under Title I of the Housing and Community in that area managed by the Ukiah District Office of the BLM. The public land in the Knoxville area has been a popular ORV area for several years. With increased ORV use in the area has come a gradual but very noticeable deterioration of portions of the federal land, pLM states. The area proposed for closure has several motorcycle hill climbing sites that have been denuded of vegetation. Without the vegetation to protect the soil from rain and wind, the soil is eroded from the site vvashing into streams, where it destroys the stream's ability to . produce apd maintain fish and wildlife populations, BLM reports. PUBLIC NOTICE Development Act of 1974 (PL 93-383) to be used for the following projects: 1. Hopland Rancheria Yokayo Rancheria Pinoleville Rancheria Redwood Valley .Ranchma Housing rehabilitation loans ahd grants - $75,000 2. Community of Westport Housing rehabilitation loans and grants incuding payment of fees for connection to Westport County Water District water and sewer facilities - $75,000 It has been determined Jhat such request for release of funds will not constitute an action significantly affecting the quality of the human environment and, accordingly the above-named County has decided not to prepare an Environmental Itnpact Statement under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (PL 91-190). The reasons for such decision not to prepare such Statement are as follows: The repair, maintenance or minor alternation of existing public or private structures and facilities involve negligible or no expansion of use beyond that previously existing. \ An Environmental Review Review Record respectihg the within projects has been made by the above-named County which documents the environmental review of the projects and more fully sets forth the reasons why such Statement is not required. This Environmental Review Record is on file at the Office of thp Community Development Commission, 405 W. Perkins Street, Ukiah, California 95482, and is a v a i 1 able for public examination and copying, upon request, bpt-, ween the hoqrs of 8 A.M. and 5 P.M.; Monday through' Friday. No further environmental' review of such projects is PIBLIC NOTICE The closure is scheduled to start on March 31, 1978. Prior to that date, signs and barriers will he placed on roads and trails that enter the area. After closure of the area, a Young Adult Conservation Corps crew will take measures to rehabilitate the land and prevent further . PUBLIC NOTICE erosion. The public is invited to meet with representatives of the Bureau of Land Management at a meeting in the Napd City (Council Chambers, 2fid and School Sts., Napa. The BLM will discuss the proposed closure at Knoxville. The meeting is scheduled for 7:30 p.m., Monday, Jan. 16. Classified Direct Want Ad Telephone Number 468-0123 Information Classified Department Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 to 5:00 RATES (Family Want Ads) Consecutive Per Line Times Per Day 20 + ..17« 14-19 \r 10-13 20< 7-9 2T 6 22* 5. 23« 4 . .26' 3 30' Minimum ad 3 lines NOTE: All ads appearing in the Daily Journal on Mondays will in addition appear in the Mendo-Lake Advertiser on Tuesday and be charged at e< per line per insertion. COPY AgCEPTANCE Trie Daily Journal reserves the riglit to edit or withhold publication and may exercise |ts discretion in acceptance or classlfJ- cation of any and all advertising. DEADLINES New Family Want Ads, corrections and cancellations before noon the day before publication Monday-Friday. For Sunday publication before 5:00 p.m. Thursday. CREDIT Courtesy credit is extended to persons within ttw Ukiah Daily Journal's circulation area. Bills are payable when rendered. Some classifications are payable in advance. ERRORS The Daily Journal will not be responsible for more than one incorrect inser tion of any classified ad or for errors not clearly affecting the value of the ad and is responsible only for that line or portion of the ad that appeared incor rectly. SERVICE GUIDE Rates for. the Service Guide are month ly. Any ad running less than one month will be billed the regular earned classified rate. Changes are ma^e on Tuesdays, deadline Monday noon. ADVERTISINO INDEX Apt. for (•ent-Furnished « Apt. for rent-Unfurnished 7 Automotive Service parts 29B Airplanes 30 Boats, trailers, motors 20A' Business Opportunities 1' Business Rentals U Campers* Trailers 23 Cars, Trucks 2' Child Care ; • 2A Duplexes-forRent 'A Employment Wanted 2 Equipment for Rent ..: 15 i=arm Equipment ^ K For Rent or Lease.,..; HA For Sale (Miscellaneous) 21 Garages for rent'. 7A Help Wanted 1 Houses for Rent-Furnished 8<i Houses for Rent-unfurnished 9 Income Property 18 Instruction 3 Investments I7B Livestock .'j 24 Lost and Found .} 4 Mobile Homes ... 23A Mobile Home Service Repair 23B Money to Loan 28 Money wanted .'. • 1*A Motorcycles dnd Bikes 21A Motor Homes r- 23C Musical Instruments ..' 24 New and Used Equipment 22 Notices 5 Personals SA Pets 25 Real Estate lor Sale 17 Real Estate Wanted I7A Rest Homes, i 11A Room and Board II Rooms for Rent 10 Services Offered 20 Situations Wanted IB Trailer Rentals 13 Used Cars Wanted 29A wanted to Buy 27 wanted to Rent or Lease 16 1—Help Wanted PART TIME, Full Charge Bookkeeper- for Ukiah Business Firm. Salary Neg., . Send Resume to P.O. Box 667. APT. MANA^GER, new 19 unit adult complex, prev. experience, pi^efer married couple. Salary $250 Tno. You pay own rent. No pets. 4621329. NURSING ATTENDANTS da:^' & PM Shift. Ful), & parttime, $i2.65 per hr:' + free de^ntal plan,. We prefer experience, but will train if a true desire is shown. Hacienda Conv. Hosp. 462' 6636. PERSONS to do Child Care in own home. 6 to 10 children. Part or full time. $300 to $600 per month. Will lie. Potter •galley Anderson Valley or Ukiah area. UVCC 665 N. State St. SANDWICH Girl for local deli. 5 davs a week, 5 hrs. oer day. . Reply Box A843 c-o Ukiah Daily Journal, Ukiah Ca. 95482. Please include age & experience. SERVICE Station Mechanic and attendant. 459-4311 days,' 459-4303 eves. WE ARE EXPANDING We have several openings for persons interested in en, tering the Real Es^ste Field. If you have a Real Estate license or are taking a Real Estate course, come in today or call us regarding our excellent training program, and the many benefits offered by ERA-Chalfa^nt Realty. All ,inquiries confidential. Lois Davenport-Mgr. M.R. Chalfant-Broker Chalfant Realty Associates 4ft7 K Perkins St 4fi ;».OTn4 1—Help Wanted 1—Help Wanted WEEKEND RN needed $46 shift. Contact North Brook Conv. Hosp. 459-5592. RELIABLE LADY to do house work 4 hrs. a wk. refer. needed. 462-3279. I COUNSELOR, Vocational must meet exper. & educ. req. CARF for Voc.spec. in a Reh^p workshop for handicap. Send resume to UVRW P.O. Box 664 Ukiah. USDA, ASCS, office county executive director position open. More information, 405 Orchard Ave. 468-9223. RN. LVN, Manzainta Conv. Hosp. needs your skills. If you desire full time or part time we have a place for you. 300 Cherry Creek Road, Cloverdale. 894-5201. BOOKKEEPER: $676-$821. Full-Time Ukiah Location. 3 years exp. Full-charge bookkeeping plus typing & general clerical skills. Exp. in State & Federal fiscal management and grants. Closing Date 1'' 5 78. Apply at The Continuum, 528 South School St., Ukiah 468-0256. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. address specified on or before January 23, 1978. All such comments so received will be considered and the County will not request the release of Federal funds or take any administrative action on the within projects prior to the date specified in thei'preceding sentence. s-Albert P. Beltrami ' Albert P. Beltrami County Administrator 1-8,1978 proposed to be conducted, prior to the request for release of Federal funds. All interested agencies, groups and persons disagreeing with the decision are invited to submit, written comments for consideration by the County to the Office of the Community Development Commision. Development Commission. Such written comments should be received at the Advertisement TAX FACTS BY CHARLES 1 LIGHTENBURGER ypF SIR CHARLES TAX SERVICE NEW SOCIAL SECURITY LAWS Your Social Security tax will double by ISBl and it is estimated it will triple by 1986. The wage base from the present $16,500 will increase to $29,700 and your tax rate will increase from the present 5.85% to 6.35% by 1981; In 1982, the estimated wage base will be $31,800 up t&'$40;200 in 1986, with the tax rate increasing from 6.70% m 1982 to 7.15% in 1986. It is interesting to note that the tax rate remains the same in years 1979 .. 1980, then after the 1980 election, the tax rate jumps to 6.70% in 1982 and remains at 6.70% in 1983 and 1984, then after the 1984«lection, it increases again to 7.15%. Does this tell you anything you don't already know.. delay your retirement past age 65, your bonus is increased by 3%. ^'^ Next year in 1978, you can earn up to $4,000.00 without losing benefits and it will increase by $500.00 a year up to $6,000.00 in 1982 ahd it won't be calculated monthly - it will be annually, except in th^ yearyour benefits start. "The Social Security j)ensions paid to maximum earners will equal 34% of final covered pay in 1979 and will dip to 26% in 1985. Then back up to 30% by the end of the century. For the average worker - his percentage is 44% in 1979 and will equal 34% of final covered pay in 1979 and will dip-to 26% in 1985. Then back up to 30% by the end of the century. For the average worker - his percentage is 44% in 1979 and will drop to 43% by 1984. Workers earning less than $5,000.00 the rate will be 58% in 1979; down to 55% after the 1984 elections. Minimum benefits will be $121.00 or thereabout. • Federal employees are still not covered by Social Security, If they were, the average tax payer would pay about $290,00 a year less in Social Security. This Social Security package reminds me of a punch-boaird in a candy store when I was a kid, you paid your penny, took your punch while you big-eyed and drooled over the big chocolate candy bar and hoped and prayed you would be the lucky winner. -You always get little piece of candy but very few ever get the big chocolate bar. Happy New Year to YOU Uncle Sam! mmm time to mm 1 1' COOK./.PART TIME immediate need for experience cook apply in pei'son. Manzainita Conv. Hosp. 300 Cherry Creek, Cloverdale 894-5201. ECONOMIZE Are you l (H )king: to .sa\c a little money? Have you .seen oui- p^foecry ad\ertisin^.'.' It has all kinds of money saving coupons foi" items sold. ifxT)!! think it eo .sts too much lo take the newspaper, it w ill CONI you e\en more not to tak<' it. Advertising: in oui- paper is usually payed for hy the merchants who are interested in attraetinj«: you toacpiality product at a low f)!i('<'. rhe American enterprise s>st<'m lives on competitive advertising:, and competition; usually means lower prices. It might take every penny you earn to live in today's world, but a subscription to our paper should enlig:hten you to put a little more in your pocket. Our circulation department is waiting for your call. I RN PARTTIME, CCU or ER -I- Venipuncture experience desired. Must be capable of working with specialized, hiedical equip. Call 468-9206 Mon. Wed. Fri. 9 to 2 p.m. JlOO-fWEEKLY MAILING CIRCULARS:: Materials ' Supplied, Immediate Income Guaranteed! Send Stamped Addressed • Envelope: Homeworker, 2909-2RZ,, Pinetree, Hernando, MS 38632. IMMEDIATE OPENING • part time Xray. Tech. ARRT, CRT, for acute care hosp. 20 hrs. per week -I- call registery elible accepted. 459-6801 ext 210 for ap- R,ointment'. Equal Opp'. Employer. REGIONAL OCCUPATION CENTER SPRING CLASSES NURSING ASSISTANT CLASS Learn practical and technical nursing skills Mon.-Fri. 1:00-4:00 p.m". Class begins January 30, 1978 UK lAH BUSINESS COLLEGE Learn how to be a bookkeeper, typist, secretary, receptionist. Train day or evening. Phone 462-1720 or 468-4260. SALES AND MERCHANDISING CLASS Train now for sales clerk, stocking, pricing, displays and cashiering. Tues. and Thurs. 7:00 - 10:00 p.m. negister Now! Call 462-1720 or 468-4433 FREE NO TUITION PHYSICIAL THERAPY AID, •Full Time position, to perform restoritive care. Previous experience preterred, apply in person at Hacienda Convalescent Hospital, 131 Whitmore Ln., Ukiah: fllE UKIAH Unified School District is accepting applications at School & Henry Streets for the following positions: Substitute Cafeteria Helpers $3.13 per hr. Substitute Assistant Cooks at 3.47 per hr. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER WANTED middle east, doombeck drummist, sauze player, flutist for band t6 work with belly dancers. 2636610. LEGAL SECRETARY Part or Full Time. Salary negotiable. 462-1906. SALESMAN WANTED Industrial, must be experienced, energetic, local firm, profit sharing, insurance. Send resume in own handwriting to P.O. Box A842 c-o Ukiah Daily Journal. WORKER: $676-$71,0. Full­ time Working in Ukiah & Willits area., Ability or experience to provide supportive counseling and assist in problem solving. Ability to provide own transportation when needed. Must be CETA Title VI. eligible. Apply at Employment Development Department,Ukiah. 462-1904. Closing Date January 16, 1978. Position with North Coast Opportunities, AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. APARTMENT MANAGER. Apt. furnished. Prefer retired or semi-retired couple must do handyman and maintenance inside & out. Send letter to P.O. Box 840, C-O Ukiah Daily Journal. fAX PREPARER Mature Experienced Person to operate Income Tax Office in Ukiah! IRS' background preferred. Reply to Box # A845 c/o Ukiah DaWy Journal. ACCOUNTING OFFICE SUPERVISOR Position req. a min. of 5 yrs. of increasingly responsible fiscal record keeping exp. & complete knowledge of accounting prificiples, practice & procedure and datg ^ processing. BA Advance Degree in accounting preferred. Salary $12,384 annual. Send resume to: Chief Administrative Services, North Coast Regional Center 413 N'. State St.,Ukiah 95482 by 1-11-78. EXPERIENCE precision sheet metal person maneuver of sheeting, punching & forming operations. Must be able to read blue prints and do own. layout. Apply To Advantaged Manf. Dev. or call 707-459- , 4408.

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