Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on January 22, 1978 · Page 8
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 8

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Sunday, January 22, 1978
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6—Uklah Dally !/ournal, Uklah, Calif. Sunday, January 22, 1978 Hurlbut gets state prison term in d BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY SYMPHONIC BAND BYU Symphonic band to perfornn in ilkiah Richard Hurlbut, convicted of seven counts of possession and sale of varying amounts of drugs,'was sentenced to State jH -ison Friday, to be served in consecutive sentences, u, Hurlbut, 49, San Francisco, Wds originally charged with possession of a minute aniount of herjon, sale and possession of "four lids," of nrtarijuana, possession of 15 grams of cocaine and hashish, and resisting an officer. Charges against Hurlbut grew out of grand jury indictments in June last year which resulted in the arrest of 24 people throughout the county on various drug possession charges. Arraignment of John Dendiger, 33, on charges he set fire to four Middle rug case Mountain homes in Potter Valley, has been continued to, Jan, 27.' Dendiger is officially charged with foiir counts of arson arising ffom Christmas eve fires set in homes belonging / to Richard Mikielian, Jill Frishee, Charles Tour and Jeff Wise. The victjrris had all been attending a Christmas party at a neighboring house at the time the fires started. A jury of six men and six women found Thomas H. Doerphinghaus not guilty Tuesday on a charge of receiving or buying stolen property. Doerphinghaus, 32, it was charged, had a stolen air Compressor in his Redwood Valley home until September 1977 when it was confiscated by police. * A tool and equipment shed at a construction site in SoUth SanFrancisco was, burglarized in June 1975.; The defendant was a painting subcontractor ST Residents of the Ukiah area are in for another musical treat with the upcoming visit of the Brigham Young University Symphonic Band on Wednesday, Feb. 15 at Ukiah (Pomolita) Junior High School beginning at 7:30. The band wiU present a varied program of entertainment for the whole family in a 90 minute concert. The musical group is composed of 60 performers who were diosen after extensive auditions of BYU musicians from the 25,000 member student body. , The band, which was organized in 1925, has performed throughout the western United States and in Canada. It has also been honored by being invited to play for the National Association of College Band Directors in San Francisco two years ago. A donation of $2 per person is being asked for the concert. Tickets may hie obtained by calling Valerie Christensen at 462-1748, Phil Regan at 4629689, or from Dave Spencer's Shoes. Interested persons are encouraged to get their tickets early as a limited number are available. Many were turned away when the BYU International Folk dancers visited Ukiah in October. Health Department schedules immunization clinic Wednesday The next morning immunization cinic at the iMendocino County Health Department in Ukiah will be this Wednesday, Jan. 25, 9 a.m. to noon. No appointments are necessary, and no fee is charged for most" services. The clinic location is 890 N. Bush St. Services offered at the clinic include more than just immunizations; blood pressure screening, breast examinations, tuberculin skin tests, plus foreign travel immunizations are all included, along witht he standard immunizations such as measles, mumps, polio, rubella, DPT, and tetanus. Initial series and boosters of these immunizations are offered for both childi^en and adults. The Immunization Action Program currently underway throughout XY^e country is an attempt to make people aware that vaccines are available which have proven very efr fective in preventing diseases such as polio, 'measles, , rubella, mumps, diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis (whooping cough). Dr. Craig McMillan, county health officer, points out that, contrary to what many people believe, these diseases have never been completely eliminated. As people have become more lax about having tlieir children immunized, the danger ot epidemics has increased, he said. Complications as a result of these so-called childhood diseases are very serious, and no child should go unprotected. Vaccines are available through, physicians and medical centers located throughout the county, and also at health department clinics regularly scheduled throughout the county. Further information or a copy of the complete health department clinic schedule can be obtained by phoning 468-4461. FAMILIAR FACES ? Arlene Pontious George Kiieneman WE BELIEVE EV OLD FASfflONED SERVICE ! Leaving the area ? Family expanding? Let us help you sell your property.- Call us if you want to know what, your home is worth on today's market. WE ARE THE PROFESSIONALS! Call the Hardworking. Team Pennington Realty Vfc 1060 N. State ukiah 462-8622 ^ SAVE UP 10 O ChtMna 'tllMH- SAVE UP TO 50% 212 S. MAIN sr. WILLITS 24 S. MAIN ST. WILLITS compressor taken from' his home by police from another painting subcontractor in 1974. He presented eveidence at the trail that hfe had put the' compressor in question On his insurance policy iti l^i. workihg at that time for ^^^^ Botieffand Doer- WiUiam Botieff the projects ^-^^^^^ had a compressor general contractor. ^ ^^j^ ^^^^ ^^^^ jdentification After the burglary, ,Botieff nu^bfer on their ihsurance asked Doerphinghaus if he knew who could have taken the air compressor, according to the court report. Doerphinghaus said he had no knowledge of the incident. He testified he bought the air policy, according to the court report: The jury deliberated two hours before returning the not guilty verdict for Doer­ phinghaus. Advertisement TAX FACTS BY CHARLES l^gSHTENByRGER CHARLES TAX SERVICE SHOULDYOU tAKE A REFUND •f If you were to apply your 1977 refund to your 1978 taxes, and then later on you are audited and find you oiwe additional taxes for 1977, under the Rul. 77-339 the IRS will require you to pay the additional amount plus interest. You cannot use the amount you requested IRS to apply to your 1978 taxes. So make sure you do not loan the government your money, interest free, take that refund! Put your money in your savings account. Is it just good business. Here is another good business practice. You can make your retirement plan contribution as late as February 14, 1978 this year. If you do not have the cash, what about iior- rowing the money from the bank.. Enough for 1977 and 1978, and make your contribution early this year and let it earn tax free income all year long. Be sure your early contributions do not exceed your maximum allowable amount for the year. Excessive contribution draws a 6% penalty. See your friendly banker about this. , Switching Depreciation If you were to switch to Straight Line in the 7th year of a 10 year useful life span, or the 12th year of a 20 year useful life span, the results will be a'larger deduction for you. When you need to offset an expiring operation loss carry over, a switch to Straight Line will produce additional taxable income that can be used. In a low profit year switch to Straight Line and defer the larger deduction to future years of higher profits. See your tax accountant for this one. Income Averaging Total your income for the last four years and if your income for 1977 exceeds your 4 year average by 120%, you may be able to save some tax dollars, but again see an astute tax man. SAVE UP TO 50% LASELL 'S 182 SOUTH MAIN JANUARY TCLEARANCE SALE SAVE UP TO 50% MEN'S WEAR 212 SOI IH MAIN SlRl KV riS MEN'S SAVEUPTO 50% 166 S. MAIN ST. WILLITS iStarts Wednesday, January 25th 8 am-8 pm SAVHWS rHROUGHOUITHE STORE 112 S. I SI. wiuin

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