14—Uklah Daily Journal, Ukiah, Calif. W^nesday, January 11. 1978 Madinger to head WSDam The Corps of 'Engineers today announced the selection of AlliscHi B. Miidinger to the hew position of . resident engineer at the Warm Springs Dam project. San Francisco District Engin,eer Col. John M. Adsit stated that ''<Ve h^ve fcoirie iip with the very best man for the job. His additional e^qpertise and experience 'are welcome and I am eager for him to begin." Madinger, selected from a national field of applicants, has served the Los Angeles district of the Corps of Engineers since 1953. Since 1956 he has supervised the construction of several earth and rockfiU dams including the Trilby, Painted Rock and Alamo dams in Arizona. He was also in charge of construction of the Forks Dam on the Mojave River in California and the Tat Momolikot Dam pii the Papago Indian Reservation in Arizona. He served as special assistant for construction of Calilbmia's Carbon Canyon Dam. In 1971 he was resident engineer of the Fuktiji Dam in Okinawa. His most recerit experience, as chief of construction branch, has involved him in both civil and military work including' flood control project, missile site and airfield construction. As Warm Springs Dam Project resident engineer, he will be responsible for the contracted construction of the $220 million facility. He will be the overall coordinator of construction planning and scheduling with contractors. Madinger is m'arried to the former Mildred Strickland of El Dorado, Ark. They have a son and two daughters in college. A Des Moines native, Madinger is scheduled to join the San Francisco District on Jan. 16. Awareness classes to start Jan. 16 Monday, Jan. 16 marks the beginning of a six week series of classes at the Ukiah Community Center dealing with Psychic Awareness. The classes will meet every Monday evening at 7 and will deal with basic information such as grounding, running energy, response ability,, clairvoyance, healing, karma the chakra system, astral projection, dreams, guides and past lives. Questions arising from the classes and from personal experiences will be discussed. Tape recorders are welcome at the sessions. The class has limited enrollment and pre- registration is required.. For futher information, such as class cost and registration procedures, may be obtained by calling Sandy Figone at the Ukiah Community Center, 462-8879, or stop by the office located at 665 N. State St., Ukiah. List of blood donors given The following people donated blood on Thursday, Jan. 5 at the Ukiah Senior Citizens Center: Beth L. Berglund, Cecilia Buckley, Robert, Buckley, James Crabtree, Iftarbara Jo Gibbons, David B. Hilljsljaren A. Hill, Fern Henson, Alm^k Holland, Gerald P. Hurd> Rhoda J. Keller, James Quinn, Beverly Stafford, Iver M. Suess, Joel E. 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