Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on January 13, 1978 · Page 5
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c Friday, January 13, 1978 Ukiah Daily Journal, Ukiah, Callf.^ VITAL STATISTICS UC med school BIRTHS LEdFORD - Born Jari. 11, a girl, Danielle Kathleen , Ledford, to Bruce and Sandra (Casazza) Ledford of Ukiah, at Ukiah General Hospital. AGENBROAD — Born Jan. 11, a' boy, Troy Joseph Agenbroad, to Murrell and Elenore (Luchessa.) Agenbroad of Laytonville, at Ukiah General Hospital. PORTER Born Jan. 11, a girl, Elleh Lee Porter, to Henry and Barbara (Ross) iPorter of Lakeport, at Ukiah General Hospital. NICHOLS — Born Jan. 10, a girl, Michelle Terese Nichols, to Edward and Ruth (Masterfield) Nichols of Willits, at Ukiah General Hospital. BLOOM — Born Jan. 9, a girl, Joanne Stephanie Bloom, to Ronald and Myrna (Hill) Bloom of Covelo, at Ukiah General Hospital. SHEPHERD — Born Jan. 9, a girl, Sabrina Rochell Shepherd, to Henry Mills and Lorna Shepherd of Ukiah, at Ukiah General Hospital. . SIBLY —Born Jan.9, agirl, Kimberly Irene Sibly, to Stephen and Priscilla (Bisaillon) Sibly.of Ukiah, at Ukiah General Hospital. MCDONALD — Born Jan. 8, a girl, Jenifer Sunday 'McDonald, to Bradley and Mary (Clark) McDonald of Ukiah, at Ukiah General Hospital. KNIGHT — Born Jan. 6, a Clearlake Highlands, at Lakeside Community Hospital. ' STROCK — Born Jan. 6, a boy, David Ray Strock. to Henry and • -Verlan (Shumaker) Strock of Willits, at Ukiah Geineral Hospital. , GAY — poBn Jan 4, a boy, Edward Kelley Gay, to William K. and Karen (Carney) Gay of Nice; at Lakeside Commun Hosjiital. ' ISON — Born Jan. 4, a bay, Brandon John Ison, to Theodore Snd Terri (KiUion) Ison of Willits, at Ukiah General Hospital. SAUNDERS — Born Jan. 4, a boy, Christopher Paul Saunders, to Richard and Jean (Holbrook) Saunders of Covelo, at Ukiah General Hospital. BENEFIELD—Bom Jan. 3, a girl, Melynda Deann Benefield, to Robert and Pamela (Watson) Benefield of Willits, at Ukiah General Hospital. HOLDER — Bom Jan. 3, a boy, Jason D. Robert Holdier, to Jack arid Barbara (O'Neal) Holder of Redwood Valley, at Ukidh General Hospital. CONTRERAS — Born Jan. 3, a boy, Michael Paul Gon- treras, to Michael and Debra (Martin) Contreras of Ukiah, at Ukiah General Hospital. MULLIl^GS - Born Jan. 1, a girl. Shannon Renee Mullings, to Leslie and Brenda Workshop on trauma Jan. 31 On Jan. 31, the North Coast Emergency Medical Services" Project, and the Mendocino- Lake Medical Society will sponsor an all-day workshop ty. on "Pre-Hospital and Emergency Care of the Trauma Victini", to be held at the House of Garner, Ukiah. The program will be presented by the University of (California School of Medicine, Departments of Surgery and Neurosurgery, San Francisco. The workshop will focus on critical problems which confront the clinician involved in emergency medical care, with particular attention given to a review of life-saving procedures all physicians should know. It is part of the continuing education program being made available to doctors, nurses, and other medical personnel by North Coast EMS in an effort -to ihiprove the level of emergericy care available to north coast residents. Faculty of the workshop include Donald D. 'Ti-unkey, Surgery. University of California. Sari ^^rancisco; Grant Gauger, M.D. Assistant Professor of Surgery, Department of Neurosurgery, UCSF: and Chief, Department of Neurosurgery, Highland Hospital, Oakland; and Frank •Lewis, M.D., Assistant I*rolessor of Surgery, UCSF, and Associate Director, Intensive Care Unit, San Francisco General Hospital. The final session of the day will consist of a panel discussion on "Trauma Care in a Rural Setting". In addition to Drs. Trunkey and Lewis, the panel will include North Coast area physicians Hugh P. Curtis, Ukiah General Hospital, Ukiah, and John Paul Jones, Redbud Community Hospital, Qearlake Highlands. For more information concerning the, .Trauma- Workshop or any.other aspect of the North qoast EMS effort, call 462-8474 or write North Coast EMS, 215 W. Standley PERFORMING SATURDAY — The Cal State Hayward University chorus will give a benefit concert Saturday evening at the Presbyterian Church, Dora and Perkins Street. Proceeds from the $rdonation go to benefit the Ukiah High School chorus. The program begins at 8 p.m. girl, Danielle Simone Knight,, (Pruelt) Mullings of to Franklin and Millicent Kelseyville, at Lakeside (Whiterock) Knight of Community Hospital. GETACQUAINTED M.D., Associate Professor of Street, Ukiah 95482. Draeger named new PG&E head Letters to be in- in Get Acquttinted (Note: eluded must contain the writer's name, address and phone number, even though this information's not printed with the letter.) also interested in boating, camping and church activities. I am 5-foot 1-inch and weigh 129 pounds, and would enjoy meeting a young man in his late 50's or early 60's that I would like to correspond would have similar interests with a woman of above to share, average intelligence-abilities, GA-208 appearance in Mendocino I am a middle-aged white area. male. I would like very much I ,^m a Capricorn man of 26 to meet a compatible lady that presently working as a would be interested in sharipg recreation counselor in Santa her life. If you do not like Barbara and interested in being alone, please write. moving to Mendocino County to find similar employment, and work towards a small farm-ranch. No bad habits or eccentric beliefs please. Send letter and recent photo. GA-209 I am an aqtive business woman with a lovely home in the country seeking friendships with men who like to travel, garden, enjoy movies or quiet times at home. I am GA-210 Active man in mid-50's is looking for a woman partner headquarters to share rugged life and gentle Rafael, tendernessj the chores and joys of semi-self-sufficiency in the back redwoods. I'm a part- time writer, teacher, philosopher, weaver, housekeeper and mini-farmer, but into living fulltime with no bad habits except smoking. GA-211 Richard A. Draeger, manager of Pacific Gas and Electric Company's Colgate Division with headquarters in Marysville, has been named manager of the coitipany's North Bay Division. His promotion, which is effective immediately, was announced today by Ellis B. Langley, Jr., vice president- division operations. Draeger succeeds J. Galen Foster, who retired Jan. 1. North Ba^ Division serves 860,000 people in Marin, Napa, Sonoma, Mendocino and Lake Counties and in the Vallejo- Napa pprtion of Solano County. The division are in San appointed Colgate Division manager in 1976. Modern dance is topic of lecture A native of Pasadena, Draeger is a Stanford University engineering gi-aduate whoholds a master's degree in business administration from San Jose State. At Stanford, he was a three-year letterman with the university's crew and he won a bronze medal for rowing in the 1960 Olympic Games. The Mendocino College Dance Company will present a free lecture and demonstration on the art of modem dance on Wednesday, Jan. 18 at 8 p .m. at the Senior Citizens-Teen Center, 495 Leshe St., Ukiah. The, group, under the direction of Mary Knight, will demonstrate var,ious techniques used in relaxing, centering, warming up, and generally preparing the body for dance. The company will also demonstrate movement combinations, dance and music improvisations, and present several dance com- positiong' which are currenUy in progress. Knight will explain" the historical development of modern Draeger joined PG&E in 1963 after service with the U.S Army Corps of Engineers. He advanced through positions in dance. the company's commercial The Mendocino College department, was named Dance Company members manager in Antioch in 1971 include: Paulette Arnold, and manager of PG&E's Delta Valerie Corday, Carolyn District, headquartered in Crane, Mary ExwoVthy, Stockton, in 1972. He was Mercedes Galvez, Ruthanne Glorso, Cheri Holden, Annie Head, Sandra Metzler-Smith, Wendy Perea, Bill Self, Nori Shields, Annie Wildwood, Helen Winters and Dawn Williams. RICHARD DRAEGER In Marysville, Draeger has been serving as a director of the Buttes Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, and as vice-chairman of the Yuba City-Marysville Economic Action Committee. He also has served as board chairnian of the Mid-Counties Better Business Bureau and was active in civic affairs in Stockton and Antioch while in those communities. He and his wife, Loree, are the parents of four so, rei^gygiKH Auto values Jan. 13-15 Millions of IWards tires have traveled the nation's highways. Another Wards Outstanding VALUE! Runabout Belted. $22 As low as Steel-belted radial whitewalls. Arrest, firearms class in Willits The company is in the formative • stages and will begin actively rehearsing for a spring concert next semester. The group is available to perform for groups by contacting Cheri Holden at the Volunteer Bureau, 462-1954. Firewood perirlits can be obtained Free use permits for firewood cutting on National Forest land can be obtained at the Upper Lake Ranger District office from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. d^ily. Wood cutting areas- have- been designated and directions to the areas will be given accompanied with a map and The removal of dead and down material is appreciated by the forest service and aids forest service personnel in managing public lands more effectively for the public. In . the past, illegal wood cutting has taken place on National Forest land. This Mendocino College will offer "Arrest and Firearms," Administration of Justice 82, beginning Feb. 11 at the Willits Police Department building in Willits. This course is mandatory for all police officers who, do not possess a basic, certificate awarded by the Commission of Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST). Participants will learn laws of arrest, search and seizure, methods of arrest and discretionary decision­ making, handling of firearms and moral and legal considerations in the use of firearms. This class is offered on five Saturdays beginning Feb. 11 through March 11, from 8a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Willits Police Depai'lment building. Instructors of the class include Captain James Menzmer, California Highway Patrol; Vivian Rackaukas, Mendocino County deputy district attorney; and Officer Mike Dory, Willits Police Department. ' • Fees for the class include a $1 25 health fee plus a $13.75 materials fee. The course is certified by POST as required by Penal Code Section 823' for peach officers. F'or more • information on this course or other Administration of Justice courses, call Bill Brower at 4<)2-0571, free use permit, according to wood has been used for per- the rangers. The removal of dead and down material in the designated Wood cutting areas reduces the fire hazard in those areas and in return insures a higher degree of wood utilization while providing the public with an alternative energy source. sonal use and for resale. Wood cutting outside designated areas, cutting of green trees, and cutting without "a valid free use permit is illegal. Forest Service patrols have been increased and violators have and will continue to be cited^and wood confiscated; NIE-CQN STRyCTURES General EngineerHng & Building Contractors CC No. AB 316161 ?JA ^.JPETTEN BIL^NIEMI ,<;707) 462-1644 P.O. BOX 445 PRACTICAL SOLUTIO /ia TO BUILDING NEEDS 'YAL/C\ACiE ,CA954ai (7077 461-0138 Size A78-13 tubeless blackwall tire, plus $1.73 federal excise lax each. No trade-in needed. .'IXIBELKHS PLUS TIRE BI,ACKWALL F.E.T. SIZE I'HICE EACH A78-13 $22 1.73 B78-13 $23 1.80 D78-14 $26 2.09 E78-14 $27 , 2.26 F78-14 $29 2.42 G78-14 $31 2.50 H78-14 $33 2.80 G78-15 $31 2.65 H78-15 $33 2.88 L78-15 $39* 3.121 •Aviiiliihii' 1 M whiu-wiill only. Whltcwiilin 1 avitiliihlu It iill'iit.iH!r si /fH, $.'1 niiirt' • Radial design improves mileage over noiiradials • 2 tough steel belts, durable polvester bodv Mag Wheels Extra I* ree mounting. ALSO Frrs HEGULAH PHICE EACH 175R-13 DR78-14 ER78-14 FR78-14 GR78-14 HR78-14 ,GR78^15 HR78-15 LR78-15 175R-14 185R-14 195R-14 205R-14 215R-14 $59 $62 $66 $70 $76 205R-15 215R-15 235R-15 $7e $82 $91 SALE PRICE EACH 35.00 41.30 43.30 46.20 49.00 53.20 53.20 56.00 63.70 NO THAnE-|N NKEUEl) ISIN(il.E ItAUIAL PLY Sale ends January 31. •PLUS F.E.T. EACH 2.38 2.47 2.65 3.04 3.04 2,90 3.11 3.44 Installed free. Sizes to fit many US cars Fits most US cars. Motorcycle batteries available (;K r AWAY tH-ixchaniif |jri<«« ,,, t'old Crank R<'K. .SiiU- ''^l"' Anip.s I'nci- Pricj- Tiy \m 42.95 .16.8« '2A.'iAVJ\ ;W0 44.>95 38.88 27K 470 47 95 41,88 Save 6.07 Heavy-duty "48" is maintenance free. It's, designed to need no Reguiady 42.95 more water! • Packed with £^ isfs plenty of power for fast exchange Type 22F. starts and accessories. Wards batteries start at 19.95 exch. Ward, offers low-cost professional inslallalion. Save 3.02 4 Save 2.11 Do it yourself with Wards garage creeoer. 36"L hardwood £^88 iramb, plywood O b(xly, vinyl-cov- Reg. 8.99 ered hcadre.sl." ^Wards heavy-duty 1 3/i6" shocks will smooth the ride. 97 each Regularly 7.99 Ease over the bumps! Rugged shock features oversized P/io" piston, &ll-temperature fluid and case-hardened rod.' 14.99 KaSOfl, 11.97' ea. in prs. Wards brake installation. 4 drums. 2 disc. 2 drums. Q 1 88 KA88 mm • Labor only. a M^Vl 'Labor only. MostUScart. WHAT WE DO: In&tall sHoeH (pads) • Rebuild wheel cyl. (cali- perH on discjoba) • Inspect maater cyl., hardware and seals • Itepack, beanngH • Adi. park brake • Turn 4 drums (reface roUirs on discjoba) • Add brake fluid • JRoad test you r car USE CHARG ALL CREDII lO DO AUTO REPAIRS NOW Y)u'll ride away with savings. itljiP ^lim AAOfVJTC, ( )/IA E K Y 1680 S. STATE ST. DEEP VALLEY SHOPPING CENTER Phone 462-8731 Mon., Tues., Wed.. Sat. 9:30-6:00 Thurs.&Fri: 9:30-9:00 Sun.: 11 :00-4:00

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