Your Far Wdfaaesday, Jaly 1$ By SYDNEY OMARR Capricorn keeps track of time. Cancer knows what time to ring the dinner bell. These two signs, although at opposite sides of the zodiac, have much in common—they are drawn to each other even while holding opposing views. If a magic spell could be worked on time, it would be great to bring together — in the ring —Cancer Jack Dempsey and Capricorn Muhammad All. What would happen? ARIES (March 21 - April 19): You feel light as a feather. You could trip the light fantastic. Emotional burden is lifted. You make social contacts, receive meaningful compliments and broaden horizons. Sagittarius, Gemini persons could play significant roles. TAURUS (April 20 - May 20): You receive encouraging news regarding finances. Some of your hopes, wishes come closer to fulfillment. Be specific. State needs. Be gregarious. Read Aries message for valid hint. Friend with weight problem confides and seeks approval. ( GEMINI (May 21 - June 20); Career advancement indicated if you, accept overtime assignment. Be ready for change of scenery and routine. Analyze current situation. Reject status' quo. Ask questions. Answers are obtainable if you persist. Act accordingly. CANCER (June 21 - July 22): Good lunar aspect coincides now with travel, study; pinpointing of aspirations. Taurus, Scorpio and libra persons may be in picture. Check calls, correspondence. Get in touch with one who is at a distance. Become more aware of personal potential. LEO (July 23 - Aug.; 22): Know difference between finalized deal and mere talk, speculation. Some techniques require review, perfection. One close to you will be cooperative. Money dilemma will be favorably resolved. You have right to feel good! VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 22): You have fortunate outlook if patient. Otherwise, you learn lessons having' to do with maturity, concession and being reasonable. Key now is to permit one close to you to have vital say about residence, lifestyle. Plan ahead. Get best deal on interest rates. LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 22): Finish rather than begin —find ways of improving distribution. You come face-to-face with one who was thought to be in another league. Your confidence is restored. You find that your views are considered, respected. Respond to gesture of cordiality. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 - Nov. 21): Extravagance shoves, pushes, attempts to dominate. Emotions seek to throw caution to winds. Member of opposite sex says some things which take Variety ACROSS 1 Boy's name 7 Continued story 13 Interstice 14 30(Fr.) 15 Cloak 16 Wickerwork material 17 Farm sound 18 Deacon (ab.) 20 Prefix in. - Cornish names 21 Slip back 24 Measures of type 27 Rot flax 28 Biblical weeds 32 Lariats 34 Storehouse 35 Asterisks 36 Good luck bearer 37 Weird 38 Seminary (ab.) 39 Road curve „ 40 Make an objection 43 Selection (ab.) 45 Asian holiday 46 Bore • 49 Purpose , 51 Make jagged 54 Long seat 55 Requirer 56 Pesterer 57 Boasts (slang) tomorrow by the stars you aback. Kay it to be grown up. Children need understanding rattier turca. You learn and do and will remember this day! SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 • Dec. 21): You find what is worthy and you can dispense of ome-wasting procedures. Now is time to consolidate, cooperate, win allies among family members, close friends. Property, other possessions increase in value. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 19): Short trip proves fruitful. Change of pace is necessary. You get news which creates aura of excitement and, optimism. Sagittarian is very much in picture. Examine. Experiment. Give full rein to Ityr AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb. 18): Emphasis is on money, collections,, payments and personal possessions. Financial picture is brighter. You get clearer understanding of what to do and when to do it — at considerable profit. Cycle is such that you could strike pay dirt. PISCES (Feb. 19 • March 20): Everything could be coming up roses. What appeared a setback turns out to be a blessing in disguise. Know it and be confident. Timing and intuition are on target. Get going. Take Ann Landers F.A. helps family live with addict Dear Ann Landers: I read your column most every day and hope one day soon to see this letter in print. It might save the lives of some kids who are making the drug scene and perhaps help their families face the problem honestly and objectively. HaVe you heard of the, organization called "Families Anonymous"? It is for families faced with a drug problem caused by children, brothers, sisters, spouses, or parents. "F.A." is patterned after A.A. Any person who is living with an addict, a person he believes is playing around with drugs, or even a runaway child, should attend these meetings. The purpose of F.A. is not to try and change the one on drugs (only that person can change himself), but to help the family live comfortably and alter their reactions to the person with the problem. Believe me, Ann, it works. It was one of the lucky ones. I heard about F.A. and went to a meeting that very evening. Our daughter, 16, was a' runaway. The first thing I learned was to shut up and get off her back. Though she continued to stay away from home, she remained in our neighborhood and kept in touch with us. Thank God she didn't hit the road and drop out of sight as so many kids do. I didn't preach or threaten or get the juvenile authorities after her. Many parents do this and, it's a big mistake. The authorities can do very little until a child has committed a crime. Our daughter finally decided, on her own, to stay home. She quit school (with my permission) and got a job slinging hash at a neighborhood cafe. But she's there every day, which is better than going to school, signing in and sneaking out at second period. She has even started a bank account to save for a car. Answer to Previous Puzzle 10 Preposition 11 Indonesians of Mindanao 12 Masculine nickname 19 Take food 22 Expunger 23 Rises in vapor DOWN 1 River barrier 2 Biblical country 3 City in Nevada 24 Gaelic 4 Revolving part 25 Arachnid (mach.) 26 European 5 Cloth measure 6 Sewing implements 7 Leather thong 8 Epoch 9 Asylums region 29 Speed contest 30 Epic poetry 31 Coteries 36 Assembly 38Sainte(ab.) 41 Musteline mammal 42 Ocean movements 43 Koko's weapon 44 Feminine appellation 47 Bright colors 48 Leg joint 49 Devotee 50 Born 52 Educational group (ab.) 33 Groups of three 53 Transposes offspring (ab.) (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 23 24 S" 26 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 W 37 38 • 39 40 1 43 44 47 1 48 50 51 52, 53 54 - 55 56 ( 57 • Things are not perfect — far from it — but they are a lot better. I'm still concerned when she's out with some of her weird friends, but I don't go running around the neighborhood at all hours looking for her and I've quit searching her room for drugs. Best of all, I'm able to sleep nights without taking pills. I laid down a few rules: (1) No drugs in the house. (2) Her addict friends are not welcome in our home. (I didn't tell her she couldn't see them — her choice of companions, is her business, not mine.) (3) She is responsible for herself. If she gets into trouble, she has to get herself out. (And believe me, kids CAN get themselves out, once they know their parents won't pop for bail.) I've heard some tragic stories about, people who have spent thousands of dollars on attorneys and hospitals for their kids, only to have the kids get back on the junk. One family I know' spent almost $23,000. When they didn't have any more money to spend and threw in the towel, their daughter then turned herself in to a self-help place run by former addicts. She now has a good job, is off the stuff and had decided to stay in the group .and help other addicts., Please, Ann; print this letter in your column. You reach so many people. We don't have the money to advertise, although an occasional spot does appear on television as a public service. Families Anonymous is listed in the phone book in most major cities. Anyone who needs further information can write to: Marcia Silverman, 4725 Radford Avenue, North Hollywood, California. Thank you. —A Friend.. Dear Friend: Here's your letter and my thanks for writing. I know it's bound to help a great many people. PUBLIC NOTICE initiative. Welcome contacts, challenges. IF TODAY IS YQUR BIRTHDAY you are Independent, creative, loyal, have knack for. handling money. June was significant, July finds you gaining insights you previously lacked, August will see you beginning a project that will succeed. You attract to you persons born under Leo and Aquarius. You have drive; you are affectionate and you need, love as much as you require food. PUBLIC NOTICE Tuesday, July 9, 1974 ukiah Dally Journal, Ukiah Calif. THEVRE ALL IN _PhMM .462-1411 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS • NAME STATEMENT FILEN0.74-G-5 The following person (persons) is (are) doing business as; G & O MOBiLE HOME SALES at 2450 North State Street Ukiah, California CARROL ORNBAUN, General Partner 1100 Maple Avenue Ukiah, California, 95482 This business is conducted by G. & O. MORTGAGE COMPANY, a limited partnership. s—Carrol Ornbaun Carrol Ornbaun, General Partner This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Mendocino County on June 13, 1974. 6-18,25,7-2,9,1974 PUBLIC NOTICE LEGAL SERVICES FOUNDATION OF MENDOCINO AND LAKE COUNTIES MICHAEL S. ZOLA P.O. Box 747 Ukiah, California 95482 Attorneys for Petitioner SUMMONS (MARRIAGE) CASE NUMBER 34368 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF MENDOCINO In re the marriage of Petitioner: Valerie J. Kleman and Respondent: George P. Kleman, Jr. To the Respondent: The petitioner has filed a petition concerning your marriage. You may file a written response within 30 days of the date'that this summons is served on you. If you fail to file a written response within such time, your default may be entered and the court may enter a judgment containing injunctive or other orders concerning division of property, spousal support, child custody, child support, attorney's fees, costs, and such other relief as may be granted by the court. \ 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. Dated November 23, 1973 VIOLA N. RICHARDSON, Clerk By s—Myrtle Turner, • Deputy (SEAL) 6-18,25,7-2,9,1974 PUBLIC NOTICE The State of California, Employment Development Department is proposing to enter into an agreement with the Department of Labor for $3,288,800 to fund approximately 366 jobs in the 27 counties under its jurisdiction as a prime sponsor of the "balance of state areas" as provided by Title II of the Comprehensive Employment, and Training Act of 1973. This proposed program will give financial assistance to public employers to be used in providing the unemployed, underemployed and AFDC recipients age eighteen (18) years or older with transitional employment in jobs providing public services. The jobs to be funded will be in the field of education, crime. prevention, public health, safety, and parks and recreation activities. The counties to receive these funds and the' amount of wages and benefits allocated to each, as provided by the formula established by CETA, are as follows: Alpine 19,087 Napa 38,760 Amador , 35,641 Nevada 132,585 Calaveras 84,413 Placer 233,985 Del Norte 86,889 Plumas 76,234 El Dorado 276-349 San Benito 103,171 Glenn 58,151 Shasta 356,440 Inyo^--^~ 45,020 Sierra 19,087 LaKe 111,276 Siskiyou 156,970 •fcassen 116,302 Sutter 162,999 Madera 156,671 Yuba 138,050 Mariposa 26,262 Tehama 113,151 Mendocino 215,840 Trinity 84,413 Modoc 37,517 Tuolumne 166,248 Mono 28,738 A copy of this proposal will be on file with the administration offices of each county between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Persons or organizations wishing to comment on the above proposal must do so by either (a) flung their comments within 3 days from the date of this publication, or / (b) notifying EDD of intent to comment within (3) days frpm the date of this publication and subsequently filing their comment within 15 days from the date of this publication. Notification of intent to comment may be made by either phoning or writing to the prime sponsor, Employment Development Department, at 800 Capitol Mall, room 5098; Sacramento, California 95814, Attention Mark Sanders, Chief, State Manpower Planning Office, phone (916) 445-4546; or to William Haltigan, Acting Assistant - Regional Director for Manpower, 450 Goldengate Avenue, or P. O. Box/36084; San Francisco, California 94102, phone (415) 556-7414. 7-9,10,11,1974 Advertising Index Apt. for rwrt—Purnitftad * Apt. tor rant—UntarnlthM 7 Automotlvt Sarvlet Parti ItB Boats, trallara, motors MA Business Opportvnltlti It Biislntss Rentals 11 Campers A Trailers a Cars, trucks » Child Cart 2A Duplexes—tor rent •A • mpleyment Atencles 1A Employment wanted 2 Exchanae 17C Equipment tor Rent IS Farm Equipment For rent or lease 14 Farm Equipment For rent or lease I4A For sale (miscellaneous) 21 Oarages tor rent 7A Help wanted 1 Houses tor rent—Furnished 1 Houses tor rent—Unfurnished • Income Property 11 Instruction. Invettments* 1 17B Livestock 2t Lost and Found 4 Mobile Homes 11A Mobile Heme Service-Repair 21B Money to loan 2t Money wanted IfA Motorcycles and bikes 21A Motor Homes 2JC Musical Instruments 24 New and Used Equipment 22 Notices S Personals SA Pets • . IS Real Estate tor sale 17 Real Estate wanted 17A Rest Homes IIA Room and Board II Rooms tor rent 10 Services offered Situations Wanted 20 Services offered Situations Wanted IB Trailer Rentals • 11 Used Cars Wanted 2fA Wanted to buy 27 Wanted to rent or lease 1* 1— Help Wanted WOMAN COOK Exp. Only Palace Hotel BUY -SELL-TRADE Journal Classified Phone 462-1421 Construction Inspector _ Exp. clerk of the work needed during construction of $1,250,000 Rehabilitation center. August 1974 through Sept. 1975. Salary $1100 mo. Send resume to Mendo. Co. public works dept. Ukiah, Ca. 95482 Call Floyd Lawrence, 4621923. l—Help Wanted MOTEL MAID, apply in person: Lu-Ann Motel, 1340 N. State St. J HAPPY ADS Black Bart he was an outlaw, he died cause he done wrong. He robbed the stagecoach. strongbox, and left them with a song. King Kong he was a lover, for beauty he did die; They hunted him & hounded him, and shot him in the eye. The time has come, so fate declares, the two of them must fight; What lies in store, the final score, you'll read tomorrow night. Sweetie - !!. The sun set twice, & the moon rose twice without me seeing you. J.J.B. Myra! Is that a new car . your driving? The Office Gang Grouch, Counselor Week-Ends., Mature responsible male to work with difficult teenage boys. Residential treatment program. Boonville 895-3536. Couples without previous business experience.but willing to work and learn together. Pleasant, profitable work. Contact Amway distributor, 743-1533 for interview. RELIEF COOK, Thurs. thru Sun., 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. shift,. Apply at Driftwood Convalescent Hospital, 1162 S. Dora: EXPERIENCED Nurses Aides, all shifts. Apply at. Driftwood Convalescent Hospital, 1162 S. Dora. RN charge wanted, 5 day week. Also RN relief. PhOne Mrs. Shipp, 462-1436 or apply in person at Driftwood Convalescent Hospital. WANTED In Lakeport-Lucerne-Nice or any Clear Lake Area. UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL Newspaper Boys. Start your own route. Unlimited potential to hard working go-getter. Call 462-1421 for appointment. Ask for Mr. Harvey. Want kind of mdvwrtimina Journal Want Ads AVON New In Town? Selling Avon is the nicest way to become a part of the community. As an Avon Representative, you'll not only earn money in your spare time, but you'll soon know everyone on the block. Call: Mrs. Alleyne Peirce 451 Zinfandel Dr. 462-1149 Love You 4- .Kathy Hang It In like Gunga Dlnl Love, BoogaLoo To "Me" I am your friend and I am on your side. "G" Middle Aged or Older Lady to look after elderly couple. Private room & salary. 5 days week. 462-2000 or 462-6893. BOYS AND GIRLS Earn Your Own Spending Money.. Applications are being accepted for carrier delivery routes in Ukiah area. Several good routes to be available soon. Come in or call Mr. Harvey. Ukiah Daily Journal. 462-1421. SALES LADIES for Tri-Chem liquid embroidery, needed. Fun + profit and free kit. Suprise, Call Gay 485-8254 or 462-1267. ATTENTION: Local or out-of- area Real Estate Salespersons—How is your commission split? How is your office working arrangements? Why not come in & check ours! You might be pleasantly surprised! All inquiries will be held confidential. ' Ask for Sales Manager. TOTAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE, UKIAH 462-0538. Ideal Situation for retirees or handicapped living in the vicinity of Ukiah, no exp. necessary, we'will train you to operate television console. Must have transportation & be willing to work afternoons & eves. Apply at 182 B Gobbi St. Ukiah. PHN OR RN'S and certified- home health aids. Experienced in public health or home nursing. Work out of own home. Phone a must. Send resume to Homemakers of Lake Co. P.O. Box E, 95453 Lakeport. BOY OR GIRL, afternoon carrier route, several routes available immediately. 4623630. CAREER Opportunity. Work with Shaklee authorized Distributor, part or full-time. Earn big bonuses on sales. Build to retirement. Irwin A. & Lillian Bradford, Supervisors 485-7740. WANTED Salesmanager for R.E. office. Excellent opportunity. R.E. License required. 462-8761 aft. 6 p.m. 1A-—Employment Agencies 2— Employment Wanted CLEAN OUT Garages, Attics ft Basements. Reasonable rates. 462-7802. YARD WORK Lawns Mowed, Trash Hauled, Weeds Cut. 4854601 or 485-7480. BILL KING for Brick Work. No job to small. Will work with Owner. 462-5276. PROFESSIONAL Tree Work, Trimmed, Topped or Removed, Free Estimates. 462-4668. HOUSE CLEANING & General House work. Reliable & efficient. Call Pamela 462-0102. Painting Interior-Exterior Free Estimates. Fast-Neat Dependable-Christian. Ref. 4857950. Painting Interior, Exterior, Repairs, Minor Plumbing, Roofs, Fences. 462-0620. Painting Interior-Exterior Free estimates. Fast-neat, Dependable-Christian. Ref. 4858413. 2A— Chiiacare WANT 1 Child Mon.-Fri. Full time.. Experienced with references. 462-0696. 3—Instruction READING SPECIALIST will teach your child to read with understanding and enjoyment. 462-4441 4— Lost and Found SHIRT—Dark Levi embroidery between Talmage Dam & Value Giant. Reward 462-8117. FOUND:. Black or dark gray male poodle. 462-7088 LOST: Red, 3 -ring binder, $20 reward. 462-7165 or 462-7912 LOST: 4 mo. old female Red Irish Setter Puppy. Near park. Leave message at 462-9552. LOST: Female Collie, short, fat & friendly, has collar w-name and Phone No. Vic. East Rd. Rdwd, Vly., 462-6006, before 10, aft. 6. 462-9555. Marshall's Employment Agency 117 S. State Street—Ukiah 462-6050 Our Applicants meet OUR rigid specifications, before we send them to meet YOURS. No fee for registration Ins. sales will train. Refrig. Mech. Mach. Opr. Lath-Press-MHl $4.56 Welder $3.50 hr. 5—Notices If you think you have a drinking problem, or if you have a drinking, problem. 462-1259. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS P.O. Box 557, Ukiah , California 462-7123 TRY Fluidex to aid in fluid reduction-Lose weight with the Dex-a-Diet plan at Ukiah Rexall. 5A—Personals I will not be responsible for debts contracted by anyone other than myself on or after July 9, 1974. Steven B. Redding Pause now for Soul Food DIAL-A-Meditation 462-1600 MASSAGE & STEAM For Appointment 485-7496 LONELY? Meet desirable partners by mail. Write to: Adelaide Suzanne, Box 103-M, Lakewood, Calif. 90714. Spring Cleaning—BASIC-H & other Organic Shaklee Prod- cuts. We'll call on you. 485-7740, 462-8063, 744-1592 7—Apt. for Rent Unfurnished Modern 2 Bdrm. Garden'Apt. Utilities furn. except elect. No pets. 462-2716 Creekslde Setting, 2 Bdrm. 2 Ba. Apt., with garage k Carport, air cond., $190 a mo. 462-8674. 2-BDRM. modern townhouses, 1% baths, fenced bk. yard. Kids ok. TV cable furnished. $175 mo. $75 cln. dep. 462-8761. FOR RENT Right down town. 2- bd. unfurn. apt. Single person or married couple only. NO children or pets. $135. per mo. Available 7-4-74. Call: 462-5075 week days 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Bill VanPelt, 1330 Van Pelt Rd. Ukiah! If you will come to the Ukiah. Daily Journal Office before 5 p.m. July 10, you will receive a FREE pair of Loge tickets to the Ukiah Theatre. Now playing 1 "ZarDoz" and "Barbarella". 7-9 8—Houses for Rent Furnished FURN. 1 bdrm. mobile home, Redwood Valley $95. 485-7519 Vacation Retreat in Tahoe's Incline Village. By day or week. Sleeps 12+ Private Beach Pass 462-9519. RENT to own your own Mobile Home 1-2 & 3 bdr. Bring this clipping to Mitchell Trailer Sales 1775 N. State. 9 —Houses for Rent Unfurnished : 3 BDRM. Tri-plex modern,' oarpets, range, air cond., large kitchen, fenced back yard, children & pets okay. $210 mo. Realtor 462-8761. LIST with Otis Hurt Today And start Packing Right away Otis Hurt Realty 4S2-1S80 FOR LEASE 3 bdrm., 2 ba., $185, mo. 2 bdrm. 1 ba. $175. No pets. 1st & last mo. On. Dep. $75. 4858717. 10 —Rooms for Rent SLEEPING ROOMS $32 Week.* TV Included. CREST MOTEL 462-4476 NOW OPEN for business under new management. Daily & Weekly rates. Pool, TV, & coffee. THUNDERBIRD 2251 S. State St. Ukiah RAMBLER MOTEL Furnished kitchen units, by the week. 462-9835 11 A—Rest Homes VACANCY for ambulatory lady, low rates. 462-3624 VACANCY for a lady & a gentleman at the Holden St. Home. 462-4418. SILVER BIRCHES has vacancy for man or lady, private room available, 462-6861. 12— Business Rentals 2400 sq. ft. Industrial Bldg. for lease. Railroad siding access. 462-7573 COMMERCIAL building for lease, center of town. 462-5286 LARGE office for lease, State St., 4 rooms plus, reception room. Ample parking. $200. 4621696 or 462-1153. 6— Apt. for Rent Furnished 1 Bdrm., Furn. Duplex. 1 & 2 bdrm. furn. Apts. Call Holiday Lodge 462-2906, ATTRACTIVELY furnished 2- bdrm. apt. Westside, adults. 462-2062 2 BDRM: APT. For Rent, Furn. 462-0083 FOR RENT Studio Apt. Daily, Weekly, Monthly Broiler Motel, 485-7301 FURN. or Unfurn. Completely renovated, w-w carpet, all electric: Nice 274-1817 1 & ? Bdr. furn. or unfurn, All elec. W-W carpet, garbage disposal, laundry facilities, pool. No children or pets. Oak Garden Apts. 462-3743. FOR RENT Store Building Fenced Stg. Yd. Suitable for office space. 3,000 sq. ft. 4622874 550 Sq. Ft. Office or Store Space for rent. $150 per mo 462-7573 13—Tra i ler Renta Is Mobile Home space in adult park. 10' or 12' wide, up to 55', $45 mo., Caravan Mobile Home Park, 462-7317. . ' ' , . Trailer Spaces,. Will hold up to 50', 485-7939 14A—For Rent or Lease STORAGE Open $7.50 Enclosed 9'x24'. $15.00. 743 -1191 BEAUTIFUL private camp sites, with hookups in Potter Valley $375 per yr. Ph. 743-1191.
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