Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on July 3, 1974 · Page 9
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 9

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Wednesday, July 3, 1974 Ukieh Dally Journal. Uklah Calif.- DEPARTMENT NO. I JOB «2S,lf74 Juvenifebeartngs. Jaaezt.1174 Juvenile bearings, June 27, 1*74 Juvenile hearings. June 28,1*74 People vs. Robert Earl Mitchell. Probation violated and placed on summary probation and to pay a fine and penalty. Upon payment of fine penalty probation will be tef- minated Joselina Anzilotti and Lorenzo Anzilotti. Pending further order of court restraining order will remain in effect. Vici Fetzer and Joe Fetzer. Same order. Betsy Engebritson and Allen Engebritson. Same order. Charlena Carpenter and Dallas Carpenter. Marriage dissolved and petitioner to have custody of minor child. Shirley Wood and Thomas Wood. Same order. 'Mendocino County Superior Court proceedings Vera Conner, and WUUam Conner. Marriage dissolved Gloria Bakor and Larry Baker. Petitityi for nullity denied. Betty Young and Jerry Young. Marriage dissolved, petitioner to have custody of minor children and respondent to pay child support. Arthur Korpela and Delores Korpela. Marriage annulled. Theo Sneed and Penni Sneed. Marriage dissolved Dean Turner and Penelope Turner. Same order. Karen Pierson and Marvin Pierson. Marriage dissolved and petitioner to have custody of minor child Conservatorship of Mary Fowler. Thomas J. Mitchell appointed conservator. Conservatorship of Harry Hisada. Same order. Estate of Marilyn Jean Galli. First and final account approved and distribution granted as prayed. : . Conservatorship of Neioma Jamison.'Donald E. Jamison appointed conservator. Conservatorship.of Florence McKenna. Thomas J. Mitchell appointed conservator.' Estate of Paul Nitsch. First and final account approved and distribution granted as prayed. Establish death of James Elmer Simonson. Death established as of Jan. 10, 1974. Establish death of John Robert Daut. Report of inheritance' tax-referee approved and death established as of Dec. 21, 1973. Guardianship of Claudina -Rosa. Inez A. Devincenzi, Marilyn Kite and Paul Rosa appointed co-guardians and T. F. Cleland appointed inheritance tax appraiser. Guardianship of Josephine Diane Winmill, minor. Eugene M. Vincent appointed guardian and T. F. Cleland appointed inheritance tax appraiser. ' Estate of August Rantala. Carol L. Jewett appointed administratrix and T. F. Cleland appointed inheritance tax referee. Estate of Don Van Ledford. Robert H. Heeb appointed administrator and T. F. Cleland appointed inheritance tax referee. ^. DEPARTMENT No. 2 Jaae24;it74 Clinton Johnson vs. County of Mendocino. Action' dismissed. A. F. duff, et al vs. City of Ukiah, etal. Stipulated Judgment to be entered to. provide Ukiah Valley Trap Club shall not shoot or allow members to shoot at Old Sewer Farm. June 25,1174 Lloyd Earl Connerly and Clair Holt Connerly. Marriage dissolved and parties shall have joint custody of minor child Golden Rule vs. Wells Fargo. Motion for change of venue heard and submitted June 28,1174 Hugh Tadlock and Marian Tadlock. Motion for order severing issue of dissolution of marriage and for entry of to- terlocutory judgment of duwolution of marriage granted. Jimmie Silva vs. David Harrington. Defendant to pay child support. City of Willits, et al vs. Ernest E. Harris, et al. Hearing on order to show cause set for July 15. People vs. Larry Reed Bench warrant to issue with bail. People vs. William C. Bennett. Probation terminated. People vs. Neal Stanford Crenshaw. Same order; People vs. Charles." E. Phillips. Probation revoked and reinstatement denied and defendant guilty and sentenced to county jail for a period of 360 days with credit given for time heretofore served. People vsi Doilton Ray Young. Probation terminated. People vs. Andrea Evangeline Hernandez. Set for trial July 17. People vs. Clifford Eugene Anderson. Defendant guilty, pronouncement of sentence suspended and placed on probation for a period of 36 months and as a term of probation be shall serve 270 days in the county jail with credit given for time served and to make restitution to victim. People vs. Ronald Edward O'Connor. Criminal proceedings suspended and diversion granted. People vs. James Doyle Henson. Defendant guilty, probation denied and to pay a fine and penalty. People vs. Claude Raymond Sutton. Defendant guilty, probation denied and to pay a fine and penalty. AT FLEA MARKET — Judy Stanley and Friend will be playing her folk-rock guitar at the Second annual Lake County Flea Market, Saturday and Sunday, July 6 and 7, at the county fairgrounds in Lake port. Puppet show for the kids and free babysitting wilL-also featured. Ann Landers Who works in the nude? Dear, Ann Landers: A few days ago there was a big discussion in our office about that woman who did her housework in the nude and then enjoyed a little skinny-dipping in her own private pool. It seems she was infatuated with her daughter's 17-year-old boyfriend and. one day he showed up beside the pool and surprised her. She was embarrassed to death and he wanted to put her at ease, so he took off his clothes and swam with her. The girls in our loffice talked about that letter all day. In the first place, what kind of nut does her housework in the nude? In the second place, what sort of woman in her 30s would have a yen for a kid 17? In the third place, there were a few of us (myself included) who decided that the situation was so far out that you probably made up the letter on a day when the mail was dull. How about answering these questions in the press, madame? — Inquisitive In Illinois Dear Ink: In the first place, thousands of women do their housework in the nude. I learned this when I printed a letter from a woman who got caught naked as a radish while doing her laundry in the basement and was surprised by the meter-reader. That woman n wasn't nuts. She explained she was tired of ripping her pockets on doorknobs and described how gloriously free she felt as she whipped through the housework unencumbered by clothing. In the second place, it is not uncommon for a woman of ANY age to flip over a much younger nan. I've received stacks of letters from teen-age girls who view their mothers as serious competition. Moreover, some girls have stated frankly that their mothers. are extremely aggressive and "up to plenty." In the third place, there's no such thing as a dull day in my office. The notion that I have to fabricate letters in order to put together a lively column is absurd. A person would have to be psychetic to make up those letters. Eighteen years of this work has taught me that nothing is so far out, or bizarre, that somebody, somewhere, won't do it. . Dear Ann Landers: I might be mistaken, but I can't recall your advising anyone whose health has been endangered by an incompetent or careless physician to report the matter to the county or state medical society. I refer specifically to the doctor who prescribed a drug used to treat mentally ill people as a cure for a seven-year-old boy who wet the bed. The "distinguished kidney specialist" with whom you consulted said the drug that expanded the bladder, if taken by a child with a disease of the urinary tract, could develop a serious kidney problem. Everyone makes mistakes, including doctors. If a doctor does something that is injurious to a patient's health, he should be reported and you should have suggested it. My husband bet me |5 that you would NOT print this letter for fear of alienating your doctor friends. Who wins? — New Yorker In Michigan Dear N.Y.: You do. I have repeatedly advised patients who have complaints against physicians to contact their county medical societies. In fact, just a few weeks ago I gave the following counsel, verbatim: "Incompetent doctors reflect poorly on the entire profession. The good physicians want, to get rid of them. Report the case to the county medical society." AAONTGOAAERY 1 DAY ONLY 4th OF JULY 11:00 A.M. TO 4:00 P.M. WOMEN'S WEAR REG. $10 POLYESTER PANTS 88 NOW 20% OFF ON ALL SWIMSUITS REG. $8 TO $10 WOMENS LINGERIE REG. $9.88 MISSES SLEEP SET $ ' Poly & Cotton Checks NOW O 88 CHILDREN'S WEAR REG. $2.50 GIRLS POLYESTER SHORTS $J44 Assorted Styles & Colors Sizes 7-14 NOW SAVE $1.50 JEANS IN SEERSUCKER Snappy Fashion Flares in Cotton & Polyester; machine- wash, no ironing. Boy's arid Girls Sizes 3-6X REG. $4.49 NOW $ 2 99 BOYS' WEAR BOYS' REG. 3.99 BROADCLOTH PJ'S Lively prints... 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