Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on January 18, 1978 · Page 12
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 12

Ukiah, California
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Wednesday, January 18, 1978
Page 12
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Wednesday, January 1&, 1978 Ukiah Daily Journal, Uklaih, Calif.—13 Empire included in '78 budget WHEN A TREE IS NOT A TREE — A tree-lined campus is notiiing new, except when the trees happen to be like these at the Lehigh University. Actually sculpted in steel, they are constructed of 10 by 20 foot sheets of weathering steel with cutouts revealing the real landscape of the Bethlehem, Pa., campus in the background. The idea is to bring the natural environment and modern technology into sharp juxtaposition. — NEA photo. Dharma Universify registration opens Dharma Realm Buddhist University holds registration for the Spring semester this Thursday and Friday, Jan. 19 and 20, at the new campus which is located on the former Mendocino State Hospital through the Hsu Yun College of Buddhist Studies, the College of Letters and Science, the College of Translation, and the College of Creative and Applied Arts. The College of Buddhist Nurse Week in California coincides with National School Nurse Week and Riles encourages the public and other members of the educational community to give appropriate recognition to these imp6rtant members of the team which sprves children. School Nurse Week all precede the California School Nurses Organization annual conference to be held F^eb. 3-5 in San Francisco. San Francisco. grounds, now the City of Ten Studies this Spring has lec- Thousand Buddhas, in tures by the Venerable Abbot Talmage. Hsuan Hua on the "Hua Yen The University offeijs a wide (Avatamsaka) Sutra," a very range of classes, which will important Buddhist work begin Monday, Jan. 23, which is being taught for the Jan. 23-27 will be School Nurse Week state Schools Chief Wilson Riles has designated Jan. 23 — 27 as School Nurse Week in California. t Riles set the week aside to .bring public attention to the significant contribution school nurses make to the education and well-being of children. "The public has long recognized that school nurses in the state provide significant general health services and expertise in emergency situations for children in public schools,'' Riles said. Riles also noted that the services provided by school' nurses are directly related to the educational procesi and include: assessment of vision and hearing; student and family health counseling; assistance to families in , finding appropriate community health care resources; and involvement in preventative programs such as immfihizations and health education. The designation of School Maithonis completes tour of duty Maj. Nick C. Maithonis, airline pilot and a member of the Air Force Reserve,'has just completed a brief tour of active duty at the Sir Force Academy near Colorado, Springs, Colo., and has been assigned as liaison officer to Ukiah. Major '^aithonis, who resides in bebastopol, will be traveling to . Ukiah periodically to talk with young men and women inteirested in attending the academy. He spoke with counselors at the high school during a visit last week to arrange for appointments with students. Maithonis is ' a pilot for World Airways. His home address is 3136 Pauline Drive. For those who wish to contact him regarding academy training he may be reached at (707 ) 823-756L first time in any Western country, and which has never before been translated into English. There is also an introductory course, on Buddhism, and classes in mantras, meditation, and the Bodhisattva Precepts among others. The College of Letters and Sci^ence now has degree- granting departments of Philosophy, Psychology, and Chinese Language and Literature, aS well as course offerings in other subject areas. The coming semester will see courses on the Taoist philosophers, Lao Tzu and Chuang Tzu, on the fundamentals of Chinese religion and philosophy, the Book of Chinese are open to students at various levels, and there is a complete program in English as a Foreign Language. The College of Creative and Applies Arts continues, to stress the dynamics of interaction between Eastern and Western Art, and has courses in siuch media as sculpture, photography and ceramics in addition to calligraphy and painting. Training is also offered in acupuncture, Chinese medicine, and t'ai chi ch'uan. Courses are open to students working for degrees, both part-time and fulltime, and to non-degree students on an Changes taught intensively, individual course basis. Apply and English composition by a in person for registration be- published noyelist. The College of Translation has an innovative experimental program in translation. Course offerings include portions of the "Shurangama Sutra," a centra* text for Ch'an, which may also be taken by those tween 9 a.rn. and 5:30 p.m., or phone or write Dharma Realm Buddhist University, c/o the City of Ten Thousand Bud,- dhas, P.O. Box 217, Talmage, 95481, or telephony 462-0939. There is also a University Extension at Gold Mountain Monastery, 1731 15th Street, SACRA M E N T 0 "'Governor Brown's 1978-79 budget includes $31.3 million for State. Park System acquisition. Of that total, more than $3 million is to be reimbursed to the state' as matching funds .frorh the federal Land* alid Water Conservation F'und. Round Valley and other Redwood Empire improvements are included. Major proposed acquisitions include an addition to Point Dume State Beach in Los Angeles County, for which $7 million is to be allocated from the 1976 Park Bond Fund; the Hungry Valley off-highway vehicle project in Los Angeles County, for which $6.5 million is to be allocated from the Off- Highway Vehicle Fund; and the Humboldt Lagoons, for addition to Dry Lagoon State Beach in Humboldt County, for which $5.5 hiillion is to be allocated from iHe 1976 Park Bond Fund: Funding for the acquisitions includes $17,150,000 from the 1976 Park Bond Fund; $6,500,000 from, the Off- Highway Vehicle Fund, which comes from registration fees, fines, and fuel, taxes associated with the state's off- highway vehicle program; and $3,425,000 from the Parks and Recreation' Revolving Fund, which is a depository for federal reimbui'sements, primarily from the Land and (Water Conservation Fund. The proposed Redwood Empire acquisitions include the following! Petrified Forest project, ' $685,000 to be allocated from the State Park Contingent Fund for about 503 acres about 12 miles northeast of Santa Rosa in Sonoma County. Half the land value ($342,500) would be donated by the State Parks Foundation, and the other half would be granted as matching funds from the federal Land and Water Conservation Fund. The major resource is, huge petrified tree trunks of ancient rcdwocxl forests. Addition to Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park, in Del Nort^ County, $403,000 to b6 allocated from the State Park Contingent Fund for about 329 acres, including about 6000 feet of river frontage. The $403,000 consists of half the appraised value, to be granted as matching funds from the, federal Land and Water Conservation Fund; the other half is a donation of land, by the Save-the-Redwoads League. The proposed acquisition, just to the npr- theasl, across the Smith River arid Highway 197 from the existing park area, is for landscape preservation and outdoor recreation. The area is mixed forest, including second-growth redwood. Addition to Jack London State Historic. Park,, in Sonoma County, $900,000 to be allocated from the'Parks arid Recreation Revolving Fund for about, „,727 flcrps. ,The acquisition, adjacent to the northeastern edge of the existing 83-acre park, is to be for landscape and historic preservation. Park development also in new spending plan SACRAMENTO — Governor Brown's 1978-79 budget includes $24 million for state park development projects. Redwood Empire, Butte, Pismo Beach and San Simeon projects are included. Major projects include $4.5 million for Huntington State Beach in Orange County, $3.2 million for Point Mugu State Park in Ventura County, and $1 .7 million for Salt Point State Park in Sonoma County. Funding for the projects would include $10,517,710 from the 1974' Park Bond Fund, 7,741 ,582 from the 1976 Park Bond Fund, and $3,068,225 from the Collier Park Preservation Fund, which comes from park user fees. The projects in the proposed budget include the followirig: Clear Lake State Park, in Lake County, $89,925 from the 1974 Park Bond Fund for working drawings for a 65-unit family campground, sanitary facilities, utilities, trails, landscaping and irrigation, shade structures, and enlargement of the existing campfire center. Construction funds will be requested in the 1979 -80 budget. Salt Point State Park, in Sonoma County, $1,715,600 ($1^397,000 from the 1964 Park Bond Fund and $318,600 from the ;i974 Park Bond Fund) for partial development of a 100- unit campground, two group camping areas, - and day-use facilities. Tlie remaining construction funds will be requested in the 1979-80 budget. Fort Humboldt State Historic Park, in Humboldt County, $377,070 from the 1974 ' Park Bond Fund for reorientation. and restoration of the hospital building, outlining of the foundations of other historic buildings for interpretation, removal of nonhistoric paving, removal of two existing residental buildings, reconstruction of an historic fence and installation of a security fence around the property, historical records research, and archeological excavations. Pismo Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area, in San Luis Obispo County, $493,350 from the 1974 Park Bond Fund for an off-highway vehicle staging area, Tlie facilities will include a' trailer sanitation station, portable sanitary facilities, a maintenance biiilding, a paved day- use area, and a 10-unit picnic area. Hearst San Simeon State Historical Monument, in San Luis Obispo County, $442,600 from the General Fund for art restoration and rehabilitation of facilities. This is a continuing program each year, and is offset by revenues from Monument admission fees. NOW YOU KNOW By United Press International A niosquito has 47 teeth. ORGANIC HAIR CARE LINDA KElt Continuing Customers from the North Bay Area FiEDKEN If ^i^'^ SASSOON\ 140 Gibson St. 'CjiZJrll 462-3117 who wish an introduction to San Francisco, Calif. 94103; the Chinese language. Classes telephone (415 ) 861-9670 or 621- GLIMFSES: Charles Robb -r^ son-in-law of the late President Lyndon Johnson —/ topkup his new job Monday as lieutenant governor of Virginia Robert.F. Rock was sworn in Monday as interim chief of the Los Angeles police department, replacing Ed Davis who is going into politics ... Lana Turner joins Glynnis O'Connor in Los Angeles Feb. 6 to start filming "Little Mo" for NBC^TV's World Premiere movie ... Look! We had our picture taken with a TV star! Big Bird! Choose one 5x7 or 4 wallet sizes in natural color, just 1.95. 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