Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on January 15, 1978 · Page 10
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Ukiah, California
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Sunday, January 15, 1978
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10_Ukiah Daily Journal, Ukiah, Calif. Sunday, January 15, 197? Willifs Community Theater plans special Derformances . A series of four unusual and intriguing perforrriance events will lift the gloom' of winter during the next month I Angeles, performing its original work, "Voitje of the People"; This remarkable piece, of theater is a as Willits Community Theater j dramatization of selected presents the Willits Theater • moments, people, ideas, and Fest^jval —Act II., The Festival will brinft a mixture of local, regional, and themes from American history >- but almost- surely riot the ones most Americans international talent to the have been taught in school stage of the Little' Lak6, The emphasis derived frofji Grange Hall in Willits in a, the ten-member ensemble's package of entertainment coriiparable in quality to the highly successful V^illits Theater Festival. staged last fall. First to appear, on Saturday, Jan. 28, will be the Provisional Theater of Los intensive research into the nation's past is on common people instead of standard textbook heroes. The. titlei trap door was sprung and Parsons was hanged for a crime he did not commit during the eight-hour workday strikes of the late nineteenth' century. Documented * source materials, huge puppets, traditional songs',' and work mimes are ingeniously combined to create a spirit- filled . and sensible examination of our country's roots. "Voice of the People" is humanistic rather than patriotic, with its focus on comes from the words of I struggle rather than glory, but Albert Parsons, "Let the voice of the people be heard," spoken moments before the By Jack Anderson WASHINGTON ^ Quiet panic is rippling across the American drug^cene because a Washington-finataced crack down south of the "(border is converting "Mexicart mud," the staple of U.S. heroin ad- ^cts, into milk sugar sludge. The success of the war on Mexico's heroin poppy fields can be deinonstrated by one cold-turkey fact: In the last 18 months, laboratory samples of street heroin seized in our cities has shown the purity level dropping from 13.5 to 4.5 percent. Before the crackdown, Mexican drug wholesalers delivered a product containing 70 percent pure heroin and 30 percent adulterants, usually milk sugar. Now U.S. narcotics agents are confiscating shipments that test out at 16 percent heroin and 84 percent dilutants. At the same time, the price of even the understrength heroin has almost doubled in the past two years, undercover agents report. There was a time when Mexican wholesalers in the narcotics trade had to deliver their product as "pure" as Caesar's wife, and the streetcomer peddler risked his life if he "cut" his illicit merchandise loo much. This is no longer true. Police sources have told us that if a. dealer fobbed off three, percent heroiif to heavy users just a while back, "he Would have been killed." But today all street heroin is heavily diluted; the stronger stuff is simply no longer available. This is a double-edged development. First, the good news. The U.S.-Mexican campaign to stamp out heroin poppy growing in the remotenesses of Mexico's Sierra Madre mountains seems to be succeeding. According to the Drug En forcement Administration, 47,063 poppy fields, representing more than 10 potentialtons of heroin, wfere eradicated in the past year alone by spraying, burning and patrolling. „ So^ now for the bad news. Some top drug abuse experts feair that the drastic decline in heroin purity may touch off an pertise, for example, to it retains a feeling of positivity and hope that ultimately leaves its audiences feeling inspired as well as entertained. The Provisional Theater has toured up, down, and across America and in the process has collected impressive notices from critics in several cities. Arthur Sainer writing in the "Village Voice" calleS thern , "one of the ablest performing ensembles I've seen in a long time." And Santa Fe critic Eric Scigliario said that ''Voice of the People" is "as lively and engaging as its message is moving". Second on the program of the Willits Theater Festival — developing the stealthy Act II will be the • newest shipment of South Amerian production of the Willits cocaine into the United States. A few heroin poppy fields have also cropped up in other Latin American countries and are believed ripe for. expanding into the illicit opium harvest business. The opium syndicates in Southeast Asia Community Theater. The energetic and rapidly expanding local troupe will present "Three ^ Not-So- Pleasant Comedies" on Friday and.Saturday, Feb. 3 and 4. . Three one-act plays, each area are also preparing tot directed by a first time take up the slack'. Officials warn that Asian heroin, which used to be sent to Europe in 98 percent pure form, is now coming directly across the Pacific into San Francisco for a ready clientele. And significantly, the Drug Enforcenfjent Administration recently seized director from within the ranks of the WTC, and each offering a vision of the infinite variety of human relationships, will comprise a provocative evening of theater. The plays are: "'Fumed Oak", written by Noel Coward and directed by Shelley Volz; "Acrobats", written by Israel seven ounces of pure Asian I Horovitz and directed by white heroin in Casa Grande, Mary Langham; and pl&ys, audiences will find themselves laughing a dif- ferjent sort of laugh from the guffaws of situation comedy or siapstick. It is the struggles within relationships that all the plays choose for the|r focus and a goOa deal of their' humor stenfis from the bizarre, absurd, and pathetic situations we humans create when we join as couples. "We're consciously trying to grow," commented Dan Bear Republic Theater and the Provisional Theater are being financially assisted by the California Arts Council and the National Endowment for the' Arts. Finally, the Willits Theater Festival —Act II willconclude waLh the return to Willits Of the incomparable Indian flutist G.S, Sachdev. Mr. Sachdev, whose mastery of tlie bamboo flute and the Indian classical music tradition moved and Hibshman about the entire delighted local audiences Willits Community Theater, during two earlier visits, will "These plays are distinctively perform a concert of classical different from the previous ragasion Friday, Feb. 24. ones we've produced and Commenting in the San we're excited by the new Francisco Chronicle, challenges they offer."-Men's "Evolution of the Blues" liberation, a less publicized creator Jon Hendricks wrote, concpt than its opposite "G.S. Sachdev is one of those number, provides the theme great artists you don't know for the third offering of the how to describe because there Willits Theater Festival -Act are hardly any words. II. On Saturday, Feb. 11, the 'Marvelous' won't quite do. Bear Republic Theater of His playing defines what Santa Cruz will present it^ simplicity and beauty are.'-' original play, "Signals". Sachdev regularly gives "Signals" evolved from a master classes and workshops men's ' "rap group" with on the university level and is discussions, research, and on the faculty of Ali Akbar improvisations around the ctist members' own lives and relationships with parents) spouses, lovers, bosses. College of Music in Marin County. His instrument is,a 32- inch length of bamboo with seven wide-spaced open holes siblings, and friends. It is a capable of a three octave fast-moving, highly en- range. tertaining, and often hilarious look at what it means to grow, up male in America. TJrte play was first presented at the Marc Taper Forum Lab Theater in Los Angeles and subsequently performed to critical acclaim and sellout houses at theaters in Los Angeles, Santa Cruz, Tickets for the Willits Theater Festival —Act II are now on sale at Sidney's, Mercury Books, Willits Rexall, and Happy Belly Country Market. A book of tickets for all four* events is priced at $6.50, while tickets for individual performances cost $2 in advance, $2.50 at the door, and $1.50 for students Classified DM Want Ad Tele^ne Number 468-0123 Infornnation Classified I^epartment Hours:' I MondaY-Friday 8:00 to 5:00 RATES (Family Want Ads) DEADLINES 1—Help Wanted Consecutive Times Per Line Per Day 20 + 17< 14-19 19< 10-13 7-9 . . 6 5 4 3 20« 2V 22' 23« W 30« Minimum ad 3 lines NOTE: All ads appearing in the Daily Journal on Mondays will in addltton appear in the Mendo-Lake Advertiser on Tuesday and be cttarged at e< per line per insertion. COPY ACCEPTANCE The Daily Journal reserves the right to edit or withhold publication and may exercise its discretion in acceptance or classili- caflon ol any and a,ll advertising. , . New Family Want Ads, corrections and" cancellations before noon the day before publication Monday-Friday. For Sunday puWication before 5:00 p.m. Thursday. CREPIT Courtesy credit is extended to persons within the 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 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 montl> ly. Any ad running less than one month will be billed the regular earned classified rate. Changes are made on Tuesdays, deadline Monday noon. ADVERTISING INDEX Apti for rent;Furnished « Apt. for rent-Unfurnished 1 Automotive Service parts Airplanes 1...... 30 Boats, trailers, motors JOA Business Opportunities • 19 Business Rentals 12 Campers & Trailers 23 Cars, Trucks 29 Child Care .' 2A Duplexes-lor Rent 9A Employment Wanted .2 Equipment for Rent . IS .Farm Equipment .14 For Renter Lease MA For Sale (Miscellaneous).. 21 Garages for rent 7A Help Wanted l Houses for Rent-Furnished 8 Houses for Rent-Unfurnished 9 Income Property 18 Instruction '.3 Investments I7B Livestock 24 Lost and Found 4 Mobile Homes 23A Mobile Home Service Repair 23B Money to Loan . . i 28 Money wanted .A. • • I'A Motorcycles and Bikes 21A Motor Homes 23C Musical Instruments 24 New ahd Used Equipment .'.22 Notices 5 Personals. 5A Pets 25 Real Estate lor Sale 17 Real Estate Wanted .. 17A Rest Homes. .: I'A Room and Board " Rooms lor Rent '0 Services Offered 20 Situations Wanted IB Trailer Rentals : 13 Used Cars Wanted 29A Wanted to Buy 27 Wanted to Rent or Lea';e 14 [HOSTESS to welcome new family & maint. sales contact with local merchants. Part . time, hours your convenience. Good pay, local training period. Reply to Box A 848 c-o Ukiah Daily Journal. 95482. • • , APT. MANAGER, new 19 unit adult complex,^ prev. experience; prefer married couple. Salary $250 mo. You pay own rent. No pets. 4621329.• WANTED middle : east doqmbeck drpmmist, sauze player, flutist for b^nd to work with belly dancers. 2636610. PART TIME, Full Charge Bookkeeper for Ukiah Business Firm. 'Salary Neg. Send Resume to P .O. Box 667. GIRL FRIDAY — Gen. Office includes Bookkeeping through Gen. Ledger. Typing 45 w.p.m. Send Resume to Box No. A 846, Ukiah Daily Journal. SALESMAN WANTED Industrial, must be experienced, energetic, local firm, profit sharing, insurance. Send resume in own handwriting tOiP:0. Box A842 c-o Ukiah Daily Journal. PUBLIC NOTICE Baltimore, and New York. The Bear Republic Theater, and senior citizens, and a puppet theater known as Home Grown Puppets together comprise the Pacific Coast Performing Arts Foundation, a young organization thai among many other projects sends FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT THE FOLLOWING PERSON{S) IS (ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS: 'Joshua specially trained actors from Crindle Inn the company into con- 4^300 Lake "Ravenswood", written by Terrence McNally and directed by Dan Hibshman. , Though comedy is an ap- Mexican heroin on propriate term for all three Asian heroin, . it's' Ariz. This is a reminder that the best smuggling routes pass through Mexico. Whether it's brown white available'south of the border to those who know how to find it. Our reporter, HalBerton, found a typical "shooting gallery" in the Mexican; border town of Nogales. It was located in a barrio called! Buenos Aires, a jumble of| The Redwood Empire jerry-built huts and rutted dift j Chapter of the Retired Of- valescent homes, rest homes, senior centers, and the homes of shutins to conduct dramatics workshops with older people in Santa Cruz County. Rd., Mendocino, Cal. 95460 Wm, A. Jacobson 44800 Little Lake Rd. Mendocino Cal, 95460 C, Gwen Jacobson Same Retired officers elect new board roads on the clifftop behind the center of town. Few guidebook tourists have the temerity or the stomach to go there. But hundreds of young American junkies make their way up to Buenos Aires for a quick fix. Some of them don't return across the border. They wind up in the Nogales morgue, tabbed as victims of overdoses or murder. Most of the multibillion- dollar trade in illicit heroin from Mexico last year was transported by air arid truck. But many smugglers simply walked across the border. Narcotics' agents recently arrested one smuggler who confessed that he personally had walked across a ton of heroin in the past 10 years. '.'We just don't have a handle on the situation," Oran Neck of U.S. Customs acknowledged at the border checkpoint in Nogales. Customs officials privately say they are able to detect increased crime spree by only 6 prcent of the heroin heavy users in this country, smuggled across the IJJ,Q. Hardcore addicts will have to Grande. steal and rob more to support Most of it comes in by air. A their more expensive habit .l confidential Customs report One veteran narcotics of- indicates the traffickers ficer, warning that the simply hop-scotch the border adulterated product would in light planes, then fly deep bring more drug-inspired into the northern United crimes, explained; "The new States to unload their illegal hypes don't mind the weak cargo. Authorities in Arizona stuff. But for the old hypes, and Utah have detected an nothing is strong enough, alarming increase in drug Hard-core holdouts are going operations, to continue to use more heroin "You can spoj literally and steal more," hundreds of airstrips out The experts also anticipate there," a Customs officer that the drying up of. the related. ' Mexican connection may, The pilots running tlie drugs cause the spread of heroin are seldom caught because production further afield they touch down and take off where U.S. infliience is less within minutes. "U.S.' guys persuasive. The powerful making the pickups are the Mexican Mafia families are only ones taking a chance," a looking elsewhere for profits, Phoenix, Ariz, police veteran lending their' smuggling ex- told u§. • ficers Association recently elected Col. ,Richard T. Mattingly, USAF retired, to serve as president for the coming year. Also elected were Col. George D. Rich. USMC retired, first vice president; Col. Lawrence H. Buiansky, US/\ retired, second vice president; Lt. Col George F. Harkins, USAF retired, secretary-treasurer; and Col. Royal E. McShea, USA retired, assistant - secretary- treasurer. Redwood Empire Chapter TROA membership is open to men and women who have served as officers in the uniformed services of the United States (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corp., Coast Guard, Public Health Service and the National | Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration). Currently more than 600 retired officers residing in Sonoma, Lake, Mendocino, Humboldt and Del Norte Counties are members of the recently incorporated association. The chapter hosted the highly successful 1977 TROA CiUifornia State Convention in Santa Rosa last September. Col. Mattingly cites the convention resolutions as part of the goals for the ..current term of office. Among the resolutions were restoration of respect for the Armed Forces and our. country, and improvement of the status of veterans and retirees. One convention resolution isup^iorted the Womens Air Service Pilots in their bid'for recognition as veterans. This bill has now been passed by Congress, signed by the President and forwarded to the Veterans Administration for action- Col. Mattingly and his fellow officers hope to lead a caip- The appearances of both the ^his business is conducted by a general partnership. s-Wm. A. Jacobson s-C. Gwen Jacobson, Wm. A. Jacobson C. Gwen Jacobson This, statement was filed with the County Clerk of Mendocino County on Jan. 12, 1978. File No. 78-J-l M5,'22,29,2-5, 1978' paign to educate the public on the role of the military in our i country and to initiate action to assure veterans, particularly the Vietnam era vet, assistance from, and a proper place in, their home community. The Redwood Empire Chapter TROA will hold a luncheon meeting Friday, PUBLIC NOTICE ^ STATEiVIENT OF WITHDRAWALFROM PARTNERSHIP OPERATlN(i UNDER FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME The following person(s) have withdrawn as a general partner(s), from the partnership operating under the fictitious business name of Cabana Holiday-Piercy at Cabana Holiday, Hwy 101, Piercy, Ca. The fictitious business name statement for the partnership was filed on Dec. 9, 1976 in the County of Mendocino. . The full name and residence of the person(s) withdrawing as a partner(s): G. Howard Strain, 125 Golden Hill PI., Walnut-Creek, Ca., 95496. JoanS. Strain, 125 Golden Hill PI., Walnut Creek, Ca. 94596 s-G. Howard Strain This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Mendocino County on Jan. 11, 1978. File No. 76-C-29 M5j^^29^J978 PL'BLIC/KJOTICE CO.RICHARD MATTINGLY LI<.LANDH: DIBBLE, JR. I 847 Fifth Street Jan. 20, at Oakmont Inn. Dr. Carl M. Jensen, associate professor of sociology, California State Coll,pge, Sonoma, will be the speaker. Dr. Jensen has had lengthy experience as an advertising executive and in public relations specialties. His topic will be "Ten Most Censored Stories". New' and prospective members are encouraged to attend. Reservations. and membership information is available by writing Redwood Empire Chapter TROA, P.O. Box 28H)1, Montgomery Village .Station, Santa Rosa, CA 95405. Santa Rosa, Calif. 95404 Escrow No.. 132 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Stanley G. Phillips, doing business as Gualala 76, whose business address is Highway 1, next to Post Office, Gualala, California is about to make a bulk transfer sale to Robert W. Sundstrom whose business address is Gualala, California, the f o I I o "w i n g property: All of the equipment; materials, supplies, merchandise and otlier inventory of service station, known as Gualala 76. This pioperty is located Highway 1, next to Post Office Gualala, 1— Help Wanted ! WEEKEND RN needed $46 shift. Contact North Brook Conv. Hosp. 459-5592. WANTED NIGHT watch person, Sat. & Sun. Nights from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m., apply 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m,. daily, at Trinity school for Children 915 W. Church. An Equal Opportunity Employer. CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR Inspector needed on Construction of domestic and irrigation water supply project near Ukiah. Experience with installation of water sjupply systems required. Need practical knowledge of, plahs and , specification reading and ihslallalion control of such systems. Equal Opportunity Employer... Call..485-0679 — 9:00 tol:00 or 275-2440: , . LIBRARY CLERK 1: $725 mo. to perform clerical functions in College library. Some evenings each week. Type 45 WPM. High School diploma required. ' AA . degree preferred. Applications must be received in the Administration Building of Mendocino Community College, P.O. Box 3000, .Ukiah, CA 95482. No later than Januarv 27 at 5 o.m. An equal opportunity employer — Title IX - Affirmative Action MATURE person wanted for positions in local fast -food restaurant 25-40 hrs. a week. Send reply to P.O. Box 628 Ukiah, Calif. PUBLIC NOTICE County of ' Mendocino, California. This bulk transfer will be consumated on or after 10:00 AM, February 6, 1978 at the office of LELAND H. DIBBLE, JR. 847 Fifth Stl-eet, Santa Rosa, California. The scheduled closing date, as defined in Civil Code Section 3440.1. shall be no earlier than above date and at such time as all escrow conditions have been completed by the parties hereto. Within the past thre\ years Iransferoris) has also used the following ,business nam^s at the following "business addresses: Pacific Coast Disposal Automotive Supply P.O. Box 167, Gualala, Calif.' The purchase price will be paid as follows; By cash. Transfereie has. taken possession of the premises and pro [XMty being sold hereunder solvly -.(s the Agent of Transferor pending conclusion of the sjle. DATED: J.muary 6, 1978 s-Robec t W Lindstrom Urajpjeree) 1-15,1977 1— Help Wanted BURNETT GALLERY of has openings associates. If REALTY Homes now far 4 new you are a Broker-Salesman or planning on getting a license soon, call for an appointment. Gallery of Homes is ap International Network of independent brokers. A top professional training program with computerized referral system are part of the advantages. You will find at our office all replies will be held confidential. If you want to bej successful in Real! Estate...Call up for an interview to hear what we have to offer. 462-6662 Or write PO Box 1057 Ukiah, Ca. 95482. JROOFER EXPERIENCE, hot work. 459-6377 Judy Silverwood, 825 S. Dora, Ukiah. If you will come to the Ukiah Daily Journal Office before 5 p.m. Jan. 16, you will receive a pair of tickets to the Ukiah Theatre I or II. Now playing "Kentucky Fried Movie" & "Exit the Dragon" 1-15 Challenge. And Opportunity INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION needs representatives to service and increase established accounts. ^RE YOU: • Sports minded * 2lorovet' • Aggressive • Ambitious • In good health • High School Grad or better IF YOU QUAL,IFY, YOU WILL BE GUARANTEED: • Immediate income t& start * Two weeks pay training in San Francisco * Unlimited advancement AT TODAY to insure tomorrow! Call for for appointment 468-0658 WANTED EXP . Cosmetlogists who don't want steady work, but would like to work occasionally. Ref. req. 485-8851. PERSONS to do Child Care in own home. 6 ton 10 children. Part or full time. $300 to $600 per month. Will lie. Potter Valley Anderson Valley or Ukiah area. UVCC 665 N. State St. ACTIVITIES DIRECTOR — Contact Driftwood ' Con valescent Hospital. 1162 So. Dora, Ukiah. LETS BE HONEST If you weren't,looking fpr a new career, you wouldn't be reading this ad, and if we weren't looking for someone to do a job, this ad wouldn't be here. If you are a career minded adult arid want the^ opportunity to earn $300-$500 a week, call toll free l-'bOO-327- 9696 anytime (for a recorded message.) EXPERIENCE sheet metal person, knowleidge of shearing, punching & forming operations. Must be able to read blue prints and do own layout. Apply To Advanced Manf. Dev. or call 707-459-4408. WEEKEND RN needed $46 shift. Contact North Brook Conv. Hosp. 459-5592. RN PARTTIME, CCU or ER + Venipuncture experience desired. Must be capable of working with specialized, medical equip. Call 468-9206 Mon. Wdd. Fri. 9 to 2 p.m. PERSON NEEDED 6 hrs. a wk. to deliver Toys, Notions, Candles to a supermarket in Ukiah. Retail Exp. helpful, but not nec. No Investment. Reply to: The Berton Co. 33454 Western Ave. Union City, CA. 94587. TELEPHONE Solicitors wanted for interview. 4621044 or 462-2531. WE ARE EXPANDING We have several openings for persons interested in entering the Real Estate 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-Chalfant Really. All inquiries confidential. opportunity ^no seniority |,Lois Davenport-Mgr. M.R. Chalfant-Broker ,Chalfant Realty Associates E-Perkins St. 462-97Qi_ SPRING CLASSES RE6I0M AL OCCUPATION CENTER Nursing, Assistant Class: Learn practical and technical nursing skills. Monday - Friday 9:00am -12:00noon, 1:00 - 4:00pm Class begins January 30th, 1978. Ukialv Business College Learn how to be a Jjookkeeper, typist, secretary, receptionist. Train day or evening. Phone 4«2-1720or 468-4260. Sales and Merchandising Class , Train now for sales clerk, stockiog< pricing, displays and cashiering; Tuesdays and Thursdays 7:00 • 10:00 pm REMSfERNOWll CALL 462^1720 or 46»4433 FRii NoramoN

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