Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on January 12, 1978 · Page 12
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12^Ukiah Daily Journal, Ukiah, Calif. Thursday, January 12, 1978 PinBLICNOTICF; A DEVELOPMENT in firefightlng equipment which may be too sophisticated for general use, this engine talks. Introduced to young friends by John Barracato, deputy chief fire marshal of New York City, "Snuffy," as the engine is named, instructs children about fire safety in a national public service program developed by the Burger King Corp. Courses by Newspaper 'Popular Culture'series to be offered in UDJ The many voices, images anfl impacts of modern popular culture are the subject " of Courses by Newspaper's spring series that will be published each Sunday beginning Sunday, Feb. 12 in the Ukiah Daily Journal. Entitled "Popular Culture: Mirror of American Life," the 15-part series looks at the ways popular culture both reflects.; and shapes social change, the mass media, entertainment, and life-styles. Coordinator of the series is David Manning White, Professor of Mass Communications at Virginia Commonwealth University and one of the first .scholars to study and focus - academic attention on this subject. Topics include popular culture as big business and arbiter of change, thp themes of popular culture that recur in movies, music, sports, and politics, and the heritage and future of today's popular culture. Authors are- Herbert Cans, Professor of Sociology, Columbia University; George Gerbner, Dean, Annenberg School of Communications, University of Pennsylvania; , Ray Browne, director. Center ' for Popular Culture, Bowling- Green State University (Ohio); Robert Sklar, Professor of Cinema and Chairman of the Department of Cinema Studies, New York University; Nat Hentoff, staff writer for The New Yorker and columnist for The Village Voice; and Robert Lfpsyte, columnist for the New Ybrk Post. Other authors , include Andrew Hacker, "Professor of Government, Queens College; City University of New York; Nathan I. Huggins, Professor of History, Columbia 'University; Betty Friedan, Founder of the National Organization for Women (NOW); , Bennett Berger, Professor of Sociology, University of California, San Diego; and Alvin Toffler, futurist and author of "Future Shock" and ''The Culture Consumers." Civic groups, service clubs, unions, religious and youth organizations and local libraries are encouraged to ' form their own discussion groupfe based on the Courses by Newspaper series. To simplify program planning, a source book of program ideas and, resources is available by writing Publisher's /Inc., 243 12th Street, Drawer P, Del Mar, CA 92014, For additional information on this series and the entire Courses by Newspaper ! program, contact Mendocino j College at 462-0571. Courses by Newspaper was ! developed in 1973 by | University Extensioq,' University of California, San i Diego, and is funded by the National Endowment for the' Humanitifes. This spring series "Popular Culture: Mirror of American Life" is the eighth in a continuing series of timely educational features,prepared by Courses'by Newspaper. Previous courses have been' offered by more than 600' newspapers with a combined circulation of approximately 20 million readers. An estimated 3(),000 newspaper' readers have earned valuable college credit through the program offered by more than i 300 educational institutions, i and/or description entitled: "(1327) Sectional District; Map No. 1327, "which is hereby adopted by reference: Said map encompasses the property described by Assessor's Parcel Numbers: 186-07,0-05 All above parcels are reclassified from A-1 (Unclassified) to U-A (Upland Agricultural) TTie above ordinance wafe introduced by Supervisor Galletti; , seconded by Supervisor Barbero, and PASSED AND ADOPTED this 28thdaxof Decemt>er 19t7, by the following vote of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Mendocino, State of California: AYES: Supervisors Barbero, Banker, Cimolino, Galletti, Eddie NOES: None ABSENT: None WHEREUPON, the Chairman declared said Ordinance passed and adopted and SO ORDERED. JAMES EDDIE 1-12,1978 PUBLIC NOTICE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) is (AREy DOING BUSINESS AS: UKIAH MUSIC WORKS 763 S. State St. Ukiah^ Calif. 95482 Herbert Leong 5490 East Side Calpella Rd. Ukiah, Calif. 95482 This business is conducted by an individual. s-Herbert Leong HERBERT LEONG ' This statement was filed with the County Qerk of Mendocino County ori Dec.. 19, 1977. File No. 77-U-18 12-23,30,1977,1-5,12,1978 PI ULIC NOTICE San Francisco Ca. 94100 "This business is conducted by an unincorporated association other than a partnership.' s-Patricia DeFaveri Patricia DeFaveri ITijs statement was filed with the County Qerk of Mendocino (bounty on Dec. 19, 1977. File No. 77-H-18 12-22,29,1977,1-5,12," 1978 PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE FICnTIOUS BUSINE^ NAME STATEMENT • THE [FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS (ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS:' Fallen Leaf Enterprises ' ' at 161 Norgard Lane, Ukiah, Ca. 95482 Stephen A. Liston 161 Norgard Lane Ukiah, Ca. 95482 Elaine M. Liston 161 Norgard Lane Ukiah, Ca. 95482 ITiis business is conducted by an individual s-Elaine M. Liston Elaine M. Liston "This statement was filed with the (bounty Clerk of Mendocino County on Dec. 6, 1977. File No. 77-F-16 ~ 12-22,29,1977,1-5,12,1978 — . ___ PUBLIC NOTICE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS (ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS: FIVE. PENNY FARM at 1280 Road M, Redwood Valley, Ca. 95470 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT „ THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS (ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS: Acme Auto Trim & Awning 730 S. State Street., Ukiah, Cal. 95482 Jack Darrell Stewart 623 N. Bush St. Ukiah, Calif. 95482 ITiis business is conducted by an individual. s-Jack D. Stewart JACK D. STEWART- This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Mendocino County on Dec. 29, 1977. File No. 77-A-26 1-5,12,19,26,1978 PUBLIC NOTICE David E. Burkhart •Si) Scientists keep tf-Qck of mystery space lights 1280 Road M Redwood Valley Ca. 95470 Tania G. Burkhart 1280 Road M Redwood Valley 95470 This business is conducted by an individual. s-David E. Burkhart David E. Burkhart File No. 77-F-17' 12-22,29,1977 1-5,12,1978 PI BI.K NOTICE By CLIFF SMITH Copley News Service An object sighted Nov. 1 between Sati^rn and Uranus has been given a name suggesting it to be unique in the solar system — neither a planet, an asteroid nor comet. Charles Kowal, a California Institute of Technology scientist who discovered the object, said he would witlihold announcing the name until a fairly accurate orbit for the object is plotted. Major telescopes at five U.S. observatories a^-e being trained on the object, whose iarightness indicates that it is between 100 and 400 miles in diameter. Fixing the orbit is critical because the object is very faint — about, one million times fainter than tlie most, indistinct object that can bf seen by human eyes — and will become undetectable by the largest telescopes within a few weeks. "The orbital data we have firom all observations to date probably is not good enough that we would be able to find it a year frorti now when it will again be visible from Earth," explained Dr. Darrel Mulholland, a speciaPist in celestial mechanics at the University of Texas at Austin and McDonald Observatory. "'There is a very real danger that we covJdlose it for good if we .don't get the orbit determined in the next few weeks."' Mulholland said he observed the object on the nights of Nov. 12 and 14 using the 82-inch t^escope at Mc£>onald. Eacli time, he said, it required a full hour of exposure time to record the object as £( speck of light on a photographic plate because it is so faint. T h ese ''positional sightings" and others from Palomar Observatory in San .Diego, Kitt Peak National Observatory in Tucson a fid Harvard Observatory in western Massachusetts are being collected by Dr. Brian Marsden, director of the Central Bureau for Astronomical Telegrams in Boston. ''I think there is a very good chance that we can calculate the orbit fairly accurately by about the end of December," Marsden said. The sum of the data from the observations indicate? tliat the object travels around the sun once every 60 to 70 years in a nearly circular path just inside the orbit of Uranus. Tlie object's orbit is within the mean central plane of the nine major planets. ' An early indication that the object's path grossed the orbit of Uranus has been ruled out. Beyond fixing the path of "Object Kowal," the name temporarily assigned to the object, the pressing question is: What is it? Marsden said Object Kowal was the "second major discovery in the b.uter solar system this year." The other was finding last March that Uranus is encircled by rings. 1 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT ; THE FOLLOWING PER. SON(S) IS (ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS: Ray's Tune- up Clinic 615 Talmage Rd. Ukiah, Ca. 95482- Raymond Lesley htiman 4451 Hiway 20 Ukiah, Ca. 95482 This business is conducted by an individual. s-Raymond L. Inman RAYMOND L. INMAN lliis statement was filed with the County Clerk of Mendocino County on Jan. 3, 1978 File No. 78-R-2 . 1-5,12,19,26^ lff78 PI BLIC NOTRE VITAL STATISTICS DISSOLUTIONS FILKD Dec. 27, 1977 Jan. 9, 1978 RAWLES - Raymond A. and Ck)lette D. BARTOLOMEI - Harry L. and Kim S. HYRE - Ava Lael and Fred Louis Sr. HARPER — Marjorie Ann" and Eric Arthur Jarirs. SMITH - Kathy L. and Laurence C. CRAWFORD - Ronald K. and Yulanda. MILLER — Ilonka L. and' Robert M. MURPHY - Harold A. and Augusta E. CLARK — James D. and Sandi Lyrtn_ STfelNER - Walter Park Jr. and Debora Jeanne. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED DEC. 27— Jan. 3 William Allen . JBryan, 25, and Katrin Lt)uise Bliss, 18. both of Laytonville. Ruben Peredia Moreno, 23, and Sandra Lee Raines, 26, boih of Ukiah. PI BLIC NOTICE ORDINANCE NO. 1076 .\N ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 20. SECTION 2fO-lT SUBDIVISION (b), OF THE MENDOCINO COUNTY CODE The Board of Supervisors of Llu' County of Mendocino, Slate of California, do ordain as follows: Chapter "20, 'Section 20-lp Subdivision (b) of the Mendocino Coutity Code, is hereby amended by the addition thereto of a now subsection, which shall consist of a map FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT , THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS (ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS: Hallomas iat 971 Rte. 128 Navarro 95463 A. DyorEt Honigstein B Rosemary Ward A 196 Albion St. San Francisco Ca! 94100' B Holmes Ranch Rd. Philo Ca. 95466 C Patricia Defaveri D. Pamela Miller C 2010 Craig Mill-Rd. Philo Ca 95466 D 2184 15th St. San Francisco Ca 94114 • ; E Susan Lewis F Tracy Gary E Holmes Ranch Rd. Philo Ca. 95466 , F 40 Redwood Dr. Ross Ca. 94957 G Joan Walsh 778 Clayton San Francisco Ca^. 94117 H Susan Reid Holmes Ranch Rd. Philo Ca. 954665 I Sarah Davis 778 Clayton San Francisco Ca. 94117 ' J Cathy Merschel 196 Albion St. TIMBER FOR SALE, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT. ORAL AUCTION BIDS as hereinafter designated will be received by the District Manager, Bureau of Land Management, 555 Leslie Street, Ukiah, California 95482 at 11:00 A.M., PACIFIC STANDARD TIME on , Thursday, January 26, 1978 for all timber marked or designated for cutting. Before bids are submitted, full information concerning the timber, the conditions of sale and submission of bids should be obtained from the above District Manager. Thet-ight is hereby reserved to waive technical defects in this advertisement and to reject any or all bids. The United States reserves the right to waive any informality in bids received whenever, such waiver is in the interest of the United States. BUTTE CREEK SALE NO. 3 IN HUMBOLDT COUNTY: CALIFORNIA: PUBLIC DOMAIN: ORAL AUCTION: GREEN:: All timber designated for cutting on certain Federal lands on E «/<,SEV4, Section 34, SM1NWV4. SWV4, SW '/4-SEV4 Section 35, T. IN:, R. 4 E., Humboldt Meridian; Lots 2,3, and 4, S %NWV4, 'Section 2, T. 1 S., R. 4E., Humboldt Meridian, estimated for the-purpose of this sale to be 2,250 M bd. ft. of Douglas-fir. No bid for less than 96.60 per M bd. ft. for the Douglas-fir, or a total pur- 1 chase price of $217,350.00 will* be considered. Minimum deposit with bid $21,800.00. 12,1977, ;-5,12,19,1978 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO CRfitolTORS SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA FOR THE COUNTY OF MENDOCINO No. 17042 Estate of CORA C. PRINZ Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the creditors of the above named decedent that all persons having claims against the said decedent are required to file them, with the necessary vouchers, in the office of, the clerk of the above ioititled court, or to present them, with the necessary vouchers, to the undersigned at,the office of Leo M. Cook, in the Crawford Building, 114 North School Street, Ukiah, Ca., which is the place PUBLIC NpTICE of bifiiness of undersigned in all matters pertaining to the estate of said decedent, within four months after the first publication of this notice. . Dated December 19, 1977 NORMAN E. JOHNSON, SR. Executor of the will of the above ' named decedent LEO M. COOK P.O. Box 418 Ukiah, Ca. 95482 Attorney for executor 12-23,30,1977,1-5,12,1978 PUBLIC NOTICE RAWLES, HINKLE, FINNEGAN & CARTER (707) 4626694 P.O. Box 720 Ukiah, Ca. 95482 Attorney for Plaintiff SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF MENDOCINO COURTHOUSE STATE &. PERKINS STS., UKIAH, CA. 95482 Plaintiff: LEROY VERNON CAUGHEY DEFENDANT: WILLIAM MUNRO, M.H. STEWART, DOES I through L, inclusive, also all other persons unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real property described in the complaint adverse to plaintiff's ownership, or any cloud upon plaintiff's title thereto. SUMMONS CASE NUMBER 39384 NOTICE! You have been sued. The court may decide against you without your being heard unless you respond within 30 days. Read the information below. •AVISO! Usted ha sido demandado. El Tribunal puede decidir contra Ud. sin audiencia a menos que Ud rjesponda dentro de 30 dias Lea la informacion que sigue i. T^O THE DEFENDANT: civil complaint has been filed by the plaintiff against you (See footnote ) a. If you wish to defend this lawsuit, you must, within 30 days after this summons is served on you, file with this court a written pleading in response to the complaint. (If a Justice Court, you must file with the court a written pleading or cause an oral pleading to be entered in the docket)!. Unless you do so, your default will be entered upon application of the plaintiff, and this court may enter a judgment against you for the relief demanded in the complaint, which could result in garnishment of wages, taking of money or property or other relief requested in the complaint b. If you wish to seek the advice of an attorney in this matter, you should do so promptly so that your written response, if any, may be filed on time. The object of this action is to make the above defendants set forth the nature of their claim or claims to the real property in the complaint and hereinafter described, if any they have, and that such claim or claims be adjudged to be of no effect and void, and that plaintiff's title to said real property be quieted against them. The real property is situated in the County of Mendocino, State of Califoria, and is more particujlarly described in Exhibit "A" attached hereto and made a part hereof. All that real property situate in the County of Mendocino, State - of California, and described as follows: All that portion of Lot 2, lying South of Malo Paso Creek and Lot 3, Section 36, Township 14 North, Range 17 West, Mount Diablo Base and Meridian, excepting those portions sold to the State of California for Highway No. 1, recorded August 28, 1963 in Book 636 Official Records, Page 291, Mendocino County Records and recorded May 15, 1967 in Book 740 Official. Records,. Page 119,Mendocino County Records^. Also Lot 3 and the East i /i of the Southwest Vi of Section 31, Township 14 North; Range 16 West, Mount Diablo Base and Meridian, excepting therefrpm thaf portion conveyed to Masonite Corporation, recorded August 7, 1974 in Book 972 'Official Records, Page 64, Mendocino C!ounty Records. DATED: Dec 19, 1977 ' ' VIOLA N; RICHARdSON, Clerk, By YOLANDA Mc- TAGUE , , Deputy 12-23,30,1977, 1-5,12,1978 Classified DiraefWantAd Talephone Number 468-0123 Information Classified Department Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 to 5:00 RATES (Family Want Ads) DEADLINES Consecutive per Line Times Per Day 20 + 17< 14-19 19c 10-13 7-9 6. . 5.. 4. . 3. . 20< 2V 22« 23' 26' 30' Minimum ad 3 lines NOTE: All ads appearing in the Daily Journal on Mondays will in addition appear in ttie Mendo-Lake Advertiser on Tuesday and be charged at 8' per line per insertion. COPY ACCEPTANCE The Daily Journal reserves the riglTtto edit or withhold publication and may exercise its discretion in acceptance dr classification of any and all advertising. I New Family Want Ads? corrections and cancellations before noon the day before publication Monday-Friday. For Sunday publication before 5:00 p.m. Thursday. CREPIT Courtesy credit is extended to pen within ttie Ukiah Daily Journal's circulation area. Bills are payable when rendered. Some classifications are payable in advance. ERRORS The Daily Journal will not be responsi ble lor more than one incorrect insertion 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 incorrectly. SERVICE GUIDE Rates for the Service Guide are monthly. Any ad running less than one month will be billed the regular earned classified rate. Changes are made on Tuesdays, deadline Mc^nday noon. ADVERTISING INDEX Apt. for rent-Furnished i Apt. for rent-unfurnished 7 Automotive Service parts J9B Airplanes 30 Boats, trailers, motors 20A Business Opportunities 1' Business-Rentals 12 Campers & Trailers 23 Cars, Trucks » Child Care 2A Duplexes-for Rent 'A Employment Wanted 5 Equipment for Rent ..... 15 Flarm Equipment .' •.. 14 For Rent or Lease HA For Sale (Miscellaneous) 21 Garages for rent 7A Help Wanted I Houses for Rent-Furnished 6 Houses for Rent--Unfurnished 9 ncome Property 18 Instruction : 3 Inv.estments .1 17B Livestock 24 Lost and Found 4 Mobile Homes 23A Mobile Home Service Repair 23B Money to Loan 28 Money wairtted 1»A Motorcycles and Bikes 21A Motor Homes 23C Musical Instruments 24 New and Used Equipment.' 22 Notices S Personals. SA Pets W Real Estate for Sale 17 Real Esta,te Wanted .. 17A Rest Hotnes "A Room and Board 11 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 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA FOR THE COUNTY OF MENDOCINO No. 17093 Estate of DAVID HENDERSON, also known aS DAVID J. HENDERSON, also known as DAVID JOHN HENDERSON Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the creditors of the above named decedent that all persons having claims against the said decedent are required to file them, with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the clerk.of the above entitled court, or to present them, with the necessary vouchers, to the undersigned at Law Offices of ORCHARD & JOHNSON, 415 West Perkins St, Ukiah, Ca 95482, which is the place of business of the undersigned in all matters pertairiing to the estate of said decedent, within four months after the first publication of this notice. Dated December 23, 1S[77 RAMONA POMA and CHRISTOPHER KBIFFER Executor of the Will and Codicil of the above named decedent MERLE P. ORCHARD PO Box 805 Ukiah, Ca 95482 462-1906 Attorney for Executors First publication: Dec. 29, Jan. 5,12,19, 1978 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF TRUSTEE —SALE On Thursday, the 19th day of January, 1978, at the hour of 11:00 o'clock A.M., of said day, at the East entrance of the Mendocino C6unty Courthouse at Ukiah County of Mendocino, State of Calfornia, FIRST AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY, a corporation, as trustee, will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in lawful money of the United States, all payable at the time of" sale, the following described real property, situated in the ,^County of Mendocino, State of California, and described as follows, to-wit: Lot 23 of Block 1, as numbered and designated upon the map entitled "Plat of South A(|- dition to Albion" now on file in the office of the County Recorder of the CdUnty of Mendocino, State , of California. EXCEPTING therefrom portion thereof (jonveyed by John Bjong to the County of Mendocino, by deed dated June 10, 1922, recorded in 1—Help Wanted > u^-^ -r^- ROOFER EXPERIENCE, hot work. 459-6377 WANTED EX P . Cosmetlogists who donH want steady work, but would, like to work occasionally. Ref. req. 485-8851. HOSTESS to welcome new family & m^int. sales contact with local merchants. Part time, hours your convenience. Good pay, local training pei-iod. Reply to Box A 848 c-o Ukiah Daily Journal 95482. APT. MANAGER, new 19 unit adult complex, prev. experience, prefer married coupie. Salary $250 mo. You pay own rent. No pets. 4621329. WANTED middle east doombeck drummist, sauze player, flutist for band td work with belly dancers. 2636610. 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-$710. FuU- 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. PUBLIC NOTICE tliat Uber 160 of Deeds, Page 116, Mendocino County Records. Said sale will be made without covenant or warranty , regarding title, possession or encumbrances to satisfy the obligation secured by and pursuant to the power of sale conferred in a certain deed of trust executed by JANICE I. LANE, an unmarried woman trustor, to FIRST AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY, a corporation as trustee, for the benefit and security of RICHARD R. WHITE, dated October 4, 1971 and recorded October 22, 1971, in the office of the County Recorder of the--County of Mendocino, State of California, iii Book 865. of , Official Records at page 467^ Dated December 23, 1977. FIRST AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY s-Terry D. Strickland Terry D. Strickland. Vice President • 12-29,1977, 1-5,12,1978-

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