Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on January 19, 1978 · Page 12
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 12

Ukiah, California
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Thursday, January 19, 1978
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12—Ukiah Dally Journal, Uklah, Calif. Thursday, January 19, 1978 COURTHOUSE ANNEX — Work is underway on the second floor of the courthouse annex on School Street. A new stairway, top, will lead to the new second floor being built in the annex, located in the old Bank America building. The work, being done by the Fossmeier Construction Co. df Rphnert Park, wiU be completed in May. The project is funded by the federal Economic Development Act, and is costing $205,500. The county administrator's office said it has not yet been determined which departments will relocate in the new ?pace. — Journal photos by Harris. PI BIK NOTICE Thp City -of Ukiah invites sealed bids for: Sewage Gas BoUer Plans and/or specifications are available from City-Clerk, City Hall,. 203 South School, Ukiah Bids will be publicly opened and read at 2:6o p.m. on January 30; 1978 in the. office of the Cily Manager, 203 South School Street, Ukiah, California. HatUe M. Tillotison CitV Clerk 1-19,25,1978 iPUBLiC NOTICE Where if costs most to stay around the world TIMBER FOR SALE, UNI/TED 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 in- formatioh ' concerning the tiniber, the conditions of sale and submission of bids should be obtained from the above District Manager. Theright is hereby reserved to waive technical defects in thi§ 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:, AH timber designated for cutting on certain Federal lands on EV2SEV4, Section 34. SMsNWV*. SWV4. SWV4-SEV4 Section 35, T. IN., R. 4 E., Humboldt Meridian; Lots 2,3, and 4, S'^r>JW '/4, 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 purchase price of $217,350.00 will be considered. Minimum deposit with bid $21,800.00. 12,1977,1-5,12,19, l'978 LONDON (UPI) — Frankfurt, Germany, is the world's most expensive city followed by Brussels, Paris, Buenos Aires and New York, which is tied with Dubai for fifth place, a London newspaper said tcfday. The Financial Times annually surveys the cost of a three-night business trip to 60 cities great and, small, doing its best to compare cost^ accurately. Its 1978 survey, published today, reflected Britain's soaring inflation by jumping London from 38th to 14th place on the list of most expensive cities. Frankfurt, third last year, now leads the list. With London, costs calculated at 100, the German city is rated 160. !' Brussels at 147 ranks as the second most expensive city, a spot held by New York Vast year, and Paris is third at 145. Buenos Aires has moved up to fourth place in the most expensive table, at 129 percent of London's costs. Tokyo is now cheaper than London, the newspaper said, by 2 percentage points. New York is now in a tie with Dubai as the fifth most expensive city, at 124 percent of London's costs. The cheapest city, thef newspaper found,, is Nicosia, Cyprus. Its costs are only 35 percent of London's. Scandinavian capitals, once noted for their high expense, now compare favorably, the newspaper said. Chicago (index 95) is now more expensive than Stockholm or Oslo (each 93) but slightly cheaper than Copenhagen (97), LONDON (UPI) - Here is the table of the world's most expensive cities to visit, tallied by the London Financial Times. Figures following Uie city name are its index of costs for a three-night stay including "two snack meals, one 5 kilometer (3.1 mile) taxi journey and five whiskies," with London costs assessed at 100. Frankfurt 160. Brussels 147. Paris 145. . Confidence in Carter slipping, poll reveals WASHINGTON (UPI) — Americans are losing confidence in President Carter's ability to cope with the problems of inflation, unemployment and balancing the federal budget, according to a poll released today. The survey, taken by The New York Times and CBS, also showed Uiat a slight majority of those questioned "are against giving up the Panama Canal and many people feel diere is no energy crisis. Half of those questiorted indicated they feel worse, off thart a year ago or are dissatisfied with their personal economic situation. Forty-four percent indiqafed they are better off or at least satisfied with holding their own.. "Mr. Carter's overall ap­ proval rating continued its steady, year-long downward drift from 66 percent last January (when he took office) to 62 percent in July, 55 percent in October and 51 percent in the latest quarterly polling conducted between Jan. 8 and Jan. 12," die Times said today, "Not surprisingly, "the .sharpest increases in disapproval of the president's handling of the economy have come among blacks, the elderly and low-income gi-oups... and among college- educated people who' follow public affairs closely," the Times reported. The Times-CBS poll also sampled public opinion on several issues ip the news': Tbe Paiiama Canal — A 51 percent majority disapproved of the treaties, slightly more than last October. Twentynine percent approved and 20 percent had no opinion. Energy — Forty-seven percent feel they are simply being told there is an energy crisis to drive up the price of gas and oil. Forty-three percent think there is a real energy crisis and 10 percent are undecided. Carter's recent overseas trip — Got a mildly favorable rating. One-third of those questioned indicated it would help foreign relations, one- third said if would make no (fifference and the'rest said Uiey did not follow the trip. NOW VOU KNOW By United Press International There have been 39 Italian go.verhmenls since the end of. World War II, Buienos Aires 129, New York and Dubai 124, Kuwait and Bahrain 117, Rio de Janeiro 106, Nassau and Khartoum 104, Amsterdam 103, Algiers 102, London 100, Tokyo 98, Cc^enhagen 97, Chicago 95, Oslo and Stockholm 93, Tehran 89, Montreal and Geneya 88, Jeddah 87, Beirut 85, Vienna 84, New Delhi 83, Lusaka, Helsinki, Tel Aviv and Caracas 77, Athens and Columbo 7.6, Sydney 73, Cairo 72, ^ Hong Kong and Ankara 71. Seoul 69. ^ Jakarta and Singapore 68, Nairobi 67, Warsaw and Moscow 66, Karachi 65, Ron^e 63. Ttinis and Lagos 62, Dublin and Damascus 61, Port of Spain 59. Madrid and Amman 58, Johannesburg 55. Rabat and Wellington 51, Kuala Lumpur 50, Mexico City and Birmingham, England 48, Lisbon 43. Belgrade 40, Salisbury 39. Nicosia 35. COUNTING THE LOSSES: First he lost his freedom. Now he's lost his job. Film director Roman Polanski, jailed on a mot-als charge, learned Wednesday he's been dropped as director of a movie for jM -oducer DIno De Laurentiis, Polanski 'is undergoing psychiatric study at state prison in Chino, CAlif., pending sentencing on a conviction of having sexual relations with a 13-year-old girl. PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA FOR THE COUNTY OF MENDOCINO No. 17093 ' MAYFIELD'S Used Cars New & Used Motor Homes 75 GMC (^/2 ton) Long WWB, A/C, P/S' Auto, Custom Cab 350 V-8, l,lc,#71149Y Was $4,295.00 SPEC CASH PR. '3,595" ''*74CAPRi''*' v-6. Silver, Super clean, Ralley Wheels, Radial Tires, Llc,#d54LYJ, Priced Now At- 2,495 00 73 MAVERICK Sm, V-8, A/C, Auto. •p/S, Radial Tires, LiC,# 8 98 9 H JQ, YOU'D BETTER HURRY AT- 4,895~ SUPER'SAVINGS* ALL THE TIME, COME IN AND SEE USTODAYll MAYHELD'S 1961 No. State St. Ukiah, Calif. ...462.7114... Classified Direct V/flnt Ad Telephone Numlier 46&-0t23 information Classified Depai-tment Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 to 5:00 RATfeS (Family Want Ads) Consecutive Per Line Times Per Day 20 + 17* 14-19 19' 10-13 20' 7-9 21' 6 22' 5 23' 4 26' 3. . . . . . 30' Minimum ad 3 lines NOTE: All ads appearing in the Daily Journal on Mondays will in addition appear in the Mendo-Lalie Advertiser on Tuesday and be charged at 8< per line per insertion, COPY AgCEPTANCE The Daily Journal reserves the right to edit or withhold pubUcation and i^ay exercise its discretion in acceptance or classification of any and all'advertislngi; DEADLINES New Family Want Adsi corrections'and cancellations iKlore noon the day before publication Monday-Friday, For Sunday publication before 5:00 p,m. Thursday, -SBEBII Courtesy credit is extended hi persons within the Ukiah Daily Journal's circulation area. Bills are payable when rendered. Some classilications are payable in advance, ERRORS The Daily Journal will not be responsi- .ble 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 monthly. Any ad running less than one month virjll be billed the regular earned classified 1-ate, Changes are made on Tuesdays, deadline Monday noon, 1 ADVERTISING INDEX Apt. lor rent-Purnished i Apt. torrent-Unfurnished 7 Automotive'Service parts .. .MB Airplanes 30 Boats, trailers, motors ,,, 20A BusinessOpportlinities ,,,', ,., 19 Business Rentals ,,. 12 Campers «. Trailers ,, iI3 Cars, Trucks 29 Child Care 2A DuplexeS"for Rent, 9A Employment Wanted 2 Equipment lor Rent 15 Farm Equipment M For Rent or Lease I4A, For Sale (Miscellaneous) 21 Garages for rent ,. 7A Help Wanted , ' Houses for Reht--Furnished 8 Houses for Rent-Unfurnished 1 income Property,, / 18 Instruction 3 Investments I7B Livestock ., 26 Lost and Found 4 Mobile Homes 23A Mobile Home Service Repair 23B Money to Loan 28 Money wanted ." ,. 19A Motorcycles and Bikes 21A Motor Homes J3C Musical Instruments 24 New and Used Equipment 22 Notices 1 5 Personals 5A Pets 25 Real Estate lor Sale 17 Real Estate Wanted I7A Rest Homes "A Room and Board U Rooms for Rent 10 Services Offered 20 Situations Wanted , IB Trailer Rentals 13 , Used Cars Wartted 29A Wanted to Buy '27 Wanted to Rent or Lease 16 1—Help Wanted WANTED MATURE ex- •perience switch board operators. Must be able to work shift work. Appjy at 595 East Perkins. SEX IS NO BARRIER If you are sincerely interested' in a career (^poHunity and are willing to pay a price, for immediate financial success. It makes no difference whether you are called Mr. Mrs, or Miss. We are offering an income of $800 plus a month. Two weeks of training at our national training center all expenses paid; a chartce (o move into management within 6 months, a very high income and a sense of adventure in your career. We service & sell established business accounts & develope new ones. We are a 63 year old company with a good reputation, for appointment call 468-0658, Equal Opportunity Employer, PARALEGAL: Salary $833- month, applicant must be unemployed 15 weeks, and CETA Title VI eligible, to'. work with Indian clients,; legal research, interviewing,; investigation, counseling," writing reports, and handling administrative fair hearings,! attend meetings. File .by; January 24, 1978i Indians, minorities, qnd women are. encouraged to apply. Contact Employment; Development Department, • 208 Mason Street, Ukiah for : CETA-Title VI certification.; PUBLIC NOTICE Estate of, DAVID HEN- DEflSON, 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 plaims 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 vduchers, 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 pertaining to the estate of said decedent, within four months after the first publication of this notice. Dated December 23, 1977 . RAMONA POMA and CHRISTOPHER KEIFFER 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 1—Help Wanted DIRECTOR — Retired Senior Volunteer Program, $745-905, Full-Time, Ukiah Location, Management position. Background in community development & social service delivery skills. Some travel. Coordinate and manage RSVP programs in Lake and Mendocino Counties, Job applicatiqns & descriptions available at NCO, 101 W, Church, Ukiah 462-1954, Closing date 1-31-78, AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER NOKIHWESTPassage Group Honie for Boys is looking for persons with soft hearts' but strong wills to be counselor trainees, St'arting salary is $3.00 per hour for full time and part-time work. Firemen's hours. Qualifications: Two years college or equivalent experience with adolescents, plus maginative creativity in carrying out active recreation and emancipation program. Phone: 274-8193, IRA Hill, 794 Apple, Ukiah. If; you will come to the Ukiah • Daily Journal Office before 5 • p.m. Jan, 20,1978 will receive a pair of tickets to the Ukiah Theatre I or 11, Now playing "Heroes" & "Gum ball Rally" ' 1-19 SALESMAN WANTED Industrial, must be experienced, energetip, local firm, profit sharing, insurance. Send resume in own handwriting to P.O. Box A842 c-o Ukiah D^ily Journal. RETIRED PERSON or couple free mobije home space. Some salary, light care taking, 925-6495 Leggett Ca, PUBLIC NOTICE FICTITIOyS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT THE FOLLOWING PER- SONiiS) IS (ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS: Ray's Tune- up Clinic 615 Talmage Rd. Ukiah, Ga. 95482.. Raymond Lesley Inman 4451 Hiway 20 Ukiah, Ca, 95482 This business is conducted by an individual, s-Raymond L,, Inman RAYMOND L, INMAN This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Mendocino County on Jan, 3, 1978 File No. 78 -R -2 1 -5,12,19,26,1978 PUBLIC NOTICE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT THE FOLLOWING ' PERj SON(S) IS (ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS: Acme Auto Trim & Awning 730 S. State Street., , Ukiah, Cal. 95482 Jack barrell Stewart 623 N,'Bush SL Ukiah, Calif, 95482 This business is conducted by an individual, s-Jack D. Stewart JACK D.STEWART This statement was filed witlj the County Clerk of Mendocino County on Dec. 29, 1977. File Np. 77-Ar26 1 -5,12,19,26,1978 TECHIAL WRITER illustrator, freelance. & PAPER BOY & GIRL NEEDED Must be willing to work on Sundays. 'Call; 468-0123 C/0 Ukiah Journal CITY OF CETA VI — Recreation Maintenance Coordinator To coordinate and-or schedule various recreational activities and be responsible for 'maintenance of certain recreation facihties. Min. 2 yrs, .college w-AA Deg. preferrably w-recreational background, Sal, $785-$821, incl. Med,, Dental, Vision Ins, Apply EDD Office, No, 208 Mason St,, Ukiah, SOLICITORS WANTED, for Willits, Ukiah, and Laytonville, 459-2075, HOSTESS to welcome new family & maint, sales contact with local merchants. Part time, hours your con- vem"ence, Good pay, local training period. Reply to Box A 848 c-o Ukiah Daily Journal 95482, CETA VI — Building Maintenance " To clean & maintain City Office, Police Dept. & Community Center, Hours, varied, Min, 2 yrs, exper. in responsible Maint. position. Sal, $670-701, incl. Med,, Dental, Vision Ins, Apply EDD Office, No, 208 Mason St,, Ukiah Ca, SPRIMC CLAKK REGIONAL OCCUPATION CENTER Nursing Assistant Class: Learn practical and technical nursing skiMs. Mon<:}ay - Friday 9:00 am -12:00 noon, 1:00 - 4:00 pm Class beginsJanuary 30th, 1978. Ukiah Businpss College Learn how to be a bookkeeper, typist, secretary, receptionist. Train day or evening. Phone 462-1720 or 468-4260. Sales and Merchandising Class Train now for sales clerk, stocking, pricing, displays aiid cashiering. Tuesdays and Thursdays 7:00 - 10:00 pm REGISriR NOWIl CALL 462-1720 or 468-4433 FREE NOTUITieN

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