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Tuesday, Jahuary 24, 1978 Ukiah Daily Journal, Ukiah, Calif. Promotioiis by lake bank PJUBLIC NOTICE Plhl.K NOTICE Bank of Lake County President Robert F. Watt has announced that branch managers Perry Smith, Lakeport, Mark .Solomon, Upper Lake, and Brandt Peterson, C1 e a rl a k e Highlands, have been promoted to vice president? of the banK. Watt also announced that James Bengson, vice president and cashier, has been named secretary to the board of directors and treasurer of the bank. Perry Smith joined Bank of Lake County as an assistant vice president in 1975 with thirty years of banking experience. A graduate of the Pacific Coast School of Banking, he was named manager of the Lakeport office in 1976. Smith and his wife, Lucille, live in Cobb and have two grown children. Mark Solomon joined the bank In, 1974 and was promoted to assistant vic^ president in 1975. He has served as manager of die Upper Lake Office since January 197§. Prior to joining Bank of Lake County, Solomon gained experience at two st^te-wide California banks. He 'attended Napa Junior College and has comideted American Institute of Baiiking courses in banking, real estate and management. He received his AA degree in real estate from ^Mendocino CbUege in June, 1977. Solomon aqd his wife, Sharron, and their three children live in Upper Lsike. Btandt Peterson .attended Santa Rosa Junior College and Yuba College, served in the U.S. Navy and was employed for six years at Wells Fargo Bank, including the Ukiah branch, prior to joining Bank of Lake County in 1973. He was named an assistant vice IH -esident soon after he came to the bank and served as assistant manager of the Clearlake Highlands office from October, 1974, when the branch was opened, until he was named manager in December, 1975. Peterson is. married to the former Martha Bucknell and they reside in Cleflflake Highlands. Vice president ah<I Cashier James Bengson joined the bank in that capacity in 1976 with sixteen years of banking experience. He and his wife, Gayle, have three children, and live in Buckingham. Human development awards Nominations being sought SANTA ROSA - California. Human Development Corporation is seeking nominationns from within several Northern California counties for its annual awards presentation to be held March 3. California Human Development Corporation administers job training and Other human service programs in 18 counties throughout Northern California. The yearly event represents part of the Corporation's effort to foster communication among persons and groups in the human development field and to promote sensitivity to issues affecting employment and economic development opportunities. The Corporation's top award, the Golden Aztec, will go to a person who' has shown "sustained commitment and leadership in causing major and broad-based changfes in management and public attitudes toward the Spanish- speaking, women, and other minority groups in employment, training and development of skills, in­ cluding enhancement of the quality of life and, culture." Two com m u n i t y^ organization awards will be presented "in recognition of accomphshments in human development and human services" to two organizations within each of the follo^ying counties: Marin, Napa, Sonoma, Solano, Contra Costa, Mendocino, Lake, Sacramento, Yolo, and Yuba- Sutter. Awards will also be presented to two individuals in each of the above counties who have "consistently and diligently given of themselves in volunteer cbmmunity activities that contribute to more cohesive inter and cross- culturall relations and overall betterment of citizens in their community." All nominations must be received at California Human Development Corporation, 2462 Mendocino Avenue, Santa llosa, 95401 by 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 17, 1978. Nomination forms are available from: California Hunian Development Corporation, 516 S. State Street, Ukiah i 462-8791. FROM OUR READERS) Salem; Ore. Editor, Ukiah Daily Journal:' I would like to take this opportunity to thank Ukiah REACT and especially unit 203. W9 were coming into Ukiah after driving most of the night from L.A. My wife was suffering a severe asthma attack and being unfamiliar with the area I called channel 9 -r REACT tO find medical assistance. This lovely lady stayed on the channel until I pulled into Hillside Hospital emergency, who I might add took excellant care of us. Going back to my car, to find a motel, I found it wouldn't start. Once agairi I called REACT, and this same unit 203 called a to^ truck for me and gave instruction to a inotel. She even inquired about my wife's condition. We travel a good deal and it is comforting to know there are people who are and will help. Congratulations to a very fortunate city, to have such a fine organization with such beautiful people. We are returning home, but will carry with us a long time the great help we received from lady. Joseph and Marie Johnston REDWOOD VALLEY COUNTY WATER DISTRICT NO-nCE TO CONTRACTORS REQUESTING Bibs NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tliat sealed proposals will be received until the hour of 2:00 p.m., local time, Wednesday February 15, 1978, at the Grange Hall, 8650 East Road, Redwood Valley, California 95470, f6r the construction bf the Redwood Valley Water Treatment Flint in Redwood Valley, Mendocino County: Such proposals-will be opened publicly and pUbiicly announced at the said hour, date and place. The work in general includes the construction of a' 1.67 MGD watet treatment plant, a water storage tank, piping and niiscellaneoiis appurtenances. The work includes earthwork, reinforced concrete, provision and ihstallation of,, pipelines/pumps, motors, filters, valyes, monitorihg and contror systems, one pre-engineered metal control building, one clarifier, and other miscellaneous work. Each bid must be enclosed in a sealed envelope addressed to the Board of Directors of the Redwood Valley County Water District and endorsed: PROPOSAL FOR REDWOOD VALLEY COUNTY WATER DISTRICT, CONSTRUCTION OF THE REDWOOD VALLEY WATER TREATMENT PLANT. Bid documents may be obtained from the District's Engineer, Tudor Engineering Company, 149 New Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105, telephone number (415 ) 982-8338. Bid documents, consisting of the Project Manual and a set of full size prints of Contract Drawings may be purchased at the price of $40.00 which includes 6->/<. percent State sales tax. The $40.00 is not refundable. Each proposal must be on the prescribed B^d Form and must be complete. Other forms and requirements for the bid are bound in the Proiect Manual. The Board may, reject any and all bids. All >vork shall be performed in accordance with the laws of the State of California. Special attention is directed to Article 2, Chapter l,Part 7, Division 2, of the I^bor Code of the State of California. , ** The Contractor and each subcontractor under him, shall in all instances pay not less than the applicable prevailing rate of wages specified herein-to all workmen employed in the work. Rates for overtime, Sundays and holidays shall be not less than one and one-half times the basic hourly rate, plus applicable employer payments. The holidays upon Which swch rates shall be paid shall be all holidays recognized in the applicable collective bargaining agreement for.the workmen employed. Apprentices shall be paid the standard wage paid to apprentices under the regulations of the trade at which employed. The applicable wage rates are those listed in the Federal Register, Wage Rate Decision No. CA 77-5090 with Modifications P. 3,4and 5, as bound in the Project Manual. This Contract is subject to a. financial assistance contract between the District and the U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Farmers Home Administration. The total available funds for the construction of the project mcluding coristruction contingencies equal $769,000. The work to be contracted will be determined by deducting alternative bid items in numerical order to a sum deemed appropriate by the District to allow for contingencies. The District reserves the right todecide the sum to be set aside for contingencies. All bidders will be required to certify that they are,pot on the Comptroller General's list of ineligible contractors.' Submission of a bid shall constitute such certification. Contractors will be required to comply with all slpplicable Equal Employment Opportunity laws and regulations. TTiis Contract is subject to the North Bay Hometown Plan Affirmative Action Requirements, Equal Employment Opportunity, (Appendix A of Section A7 of the General Con-' ditions) which provides for increased minority representation in the construction trades used, ' A pre-bid conference is schedued to be held on February 2,1978 at 2:00p.m. at the Grange Hall in RkjWood Valley. All bidders are invited, to attend. Dated at Redwood Valley, California, this 16th day of January 1978. E.C. Goodwin Cihairman of the Board Redwood Valley Ctounty Water District . . 1-I6,18,24,30,"i978 TTiis statement was filed with the County Qerk of Mendocino County on Dec. 30, 1977. File No. 77-U-19 . , 1-3,10,17,24,1977 PUBLIC NOTICE ORDINANCE NO. 2087, . AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 20. SECTION 20-10 SUBDIVISION (b), OF THE MENDOCINO COUNTY CODE The Board of Supervisors of the County of MCndociijo, State of California, do ordain, as follows: Chapter 20, Section 20-10 Subdivision (b> of the Mendocino County Code, is hereby amended by the addition thereto of a new subsection, which shall consist of a map and/or description entitled: "(1339) Sectional District Map No. 1339, "which is hereby adopted'by reference: Said map encompasses the property described by Assessor's Parcel Numbers: 151-220^5 , All above parcels are reclassified from A-l (Unclassified) to A-C (Agriculture -Conse^ifation) 1 The abov^ ordinance was introduced by Supervisor Barbero, seconded by uper- , visor Cimolino, and PASSED AND ADOPTED this 16th day Of January 1978, by the following vote of the Board of Supervisors of the Courity 6f Mendocino, State of CaUfornia: AYES: Supervisors Barbero, Banker, Eddie, amolino, Galletti NOES: None ABSENT: None WHEREUPON, the Ch,airman declared said Ordinance passed and adopted and SO ORDOERED. TED GALLETTI 1-24,1978, . PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE Tetevision Highlights) Tuesday's TV Highlights By United Press International 8 p.m. CBS, The Fitz- patricks. NBC, Movie. "The Dark Secret of Harvest Home." Bette Davis stars in this adaptation . of Tom Tryon's novel about the horrors encountered by an urban family that moves to a rural farniing community. (Conclusion) ABC, Happy Days. Fearing she might lose Howard to a, younger woman, Marion transforms herself into a Veiled beauty Out of "The Arabian. Nights.'; PBS, Damien. 8:30 p.m. ABC, Laveme and aiirley allow Lenny to go out with Mrs. Babish's "except tional" daughter. 9 p.m. CBS, M-A-S-H. Radarr impersonates a disc jockey to boost morale. ABC, Three's Company. 9:30 p.m. CBS, The Kraft 75th Anniversary Special. Highlights of past shows featuring Woody Allen, Jack Benny, Johnny Carson, Bing Crosby, Groucho Marx arid others. ABC, Soap. Burt's strange behavior lead? the Campbell family to ifoubt his sanity. PBS, "Acfion: The October 1970 Crisis." BELL, COX AND MANNON Post Office Box 419 Ukiah, CA 95482 707-462-2958 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF MENDOCINO County Courthouse, North State and Perkins Streets, Post Office Box 148, Ukiah, CA 95482 ESTATE OF STANLEY W. WATSON, also known as S.W. WATSON, NOTICE OF HEARING OF PETI-nON (PROBATE) CASE NUMBER 17115 NOTICE is hereby given that DOROTHY L. WATSON has filed a petitioii for: Probate of will and for letters testamentary^ and for authorization to administer under Independent Administration of Estates Act. reference to which is hereby made for further particulars. A hearing on the petition is set for January ^, 1978, at 9:30 a.m., in Dept. One of the Superior Court of California, County of Mendocino, Mendocino County Courthouse, North State and Perkins Streets, Ukiah, Calfiomia. VIOLA N,^ RICHARDSON, Gerk, by Mary Huszai^ Deputy Dated: January 11, 1978 Tliis notice mailed, on January 11, 1978, Ukiah, California. 1-16,18,24,1978 PUBLIC NOTICE FlCn-nOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS (AitE) DOING BUSINESS AS: A.E. Transportation, P.O. Box 92, Ukiah, Ca. 95482 Arnold C.. Engelhardt P.O^ Box 92 Ukiah, Ca, 95482 , . > This business is conducted by PI BLIC NOTICE an individual. s-Arnold C. Engelhardt ARNOLD C. ENGELHARDT This statement was filed with the County Clerk of-,Mendocino C;ounty on Jan. 12, 1978.. File No; 78-A-l 1-17,24,31, 2-6,1978 PUBLIC NOTICE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS (ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS: J-M Locksmith, at 1258 North State, Ukiah, Ca. 95482 James Morris 469 Observatory Ukiah 95482 Joseph P. Mills , 840 Mohawk . Ukiah, 9548^ This business is conducted by a general partnership, s-Joseph P. Mills " JOSEPH P. MILLS This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Mendocino County on Dec. 30, 1977. File No. 77-J-15 1-3,10,17,24,1978 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF INTENT TO MAKE BULK TRANSFER (AND CREATE A SECURITY INTEREST) (Sees. 6101-6107 U.C.C.; Notice is hereby givep, pursuant to division of the Uniform Commercial Code of the State of California, that the undersigned, whose business name is McDonald's Restaurant and whose business address is 115 North Orchard Street, Ukiah, California 95482 and whose business is that of a Restaurant, intends, as transferor, to transfer to Bank of America National Trust and savings Association, whose business address is given herein below, as transferee, a security interest in certain property, of which a general description is as follows: All restaurant equipment and machinery now owned or hereafter acquired. Which property is located at 115 North Orchard Street Ukiah, California, and that said transfer will be consummated at the Ukiah office of transferee at 501 South State Street, Ukiah, California, on or after the 15th day of February, 1978. So far as is known to the transferee, the transferor has not used any business name or address other tl^an the above, during the three years last past, except: Bank of America , National Trust and Savings Association ' By s- Wm. S, Williams, Transferee Wm. S. Williams,, A.V.P. N.S. & M.D. of Ukiah, Inc. , By s-Nicholous G. Schultz Transferor 1-24,1978 PUBLIC NOTICE "FICTITIOUS BUSIIVJESS NAME STATEMENT THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS (ARE) DOING BUSINESS A5: G. & O. Mobil Country Club . 3900 North. Slate St., Ukiah, California", 95482 ' G.&O. Mortgage Company Rm. 209 , 202 N. School St., Ukiah, California 95482 This business is conducted by a limited partnership. s-Carrol L. Ornbaun, Carrol L. Ornbaun, Gjeneral Partner ; This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Mendocino County on Jan. 16, 1978. Viola Richardson By Mary Gilley, Asst. File No. 78-G-3 1-24,31,2-7,14,1978 PUBLIC NOTICE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT THE FOLLOWING PERSON(Sy IS (ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS: G. & O. Mortgage Company Rm. 209, .• ,202 N. School St., Ukiah, California 95482 Arthur J. Gray, Limited Partner 10 Mile Fort Bragg, California 95437 ' Carrol L. Ornbaun, General Partner , 1100 Maple Ave. Ukiah, California 95482 This business is conducted by a. limited partnership. s-Carrol L. Ornbaun - Carrol L. Ornbaun, , General Partner Hiis statement was filed with the County Clerk ttf Mendocino County on Jan. 16, 1978. Viola Richardson Couhty Clerk By Mary Gilley, • • Asst. . ' File No. 78-G-2 ' 1-24,31, 2-7,14,1978 , PUBLIC NOTICE ORDINANCE NO. 2085 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 20, SECTION 20-10 SUBDIVISION (b), OF THE MENDOCINO COUNTY CODE The Boarjd of Supervisors of the County of Mendocinio, State of California, do ordain as follows: Chapter 20, Sectiqn20-10 Subdivision (b) of the Mendocino County Code, is hereby amended by the adclition thereto of a new subsection, which shall consist of a map anchor description entitled: "(1337) Sectional District Map No. 1337, "which is hereby adopted by reference: Saidd map encompasses the property described by, Assessor's Parcel Numbers: 175-300-03 All above parcels are reclassified from A-l (Unclassified) to A-C (Agriculture - Conservation) The above ordinance was introduced by Supervisor Banker, seconded by Supervisor Barbero, and PASSED AND ADOP'ra© this 16th day of January./^78, by the following vote of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Mendocino, State of California: AYES: Supervisors Barbero, Banker, Cimolino, Galletti NOES: None ABSENT: Supervisor "ISSdie, due to conflict of interest WHEREUPON, ' the Chairman declared said Ordinance passed and adopted , and SO ORDERED. ^ TED GALLETTI ' 1-24,1978 Pl'BI.K NOTICE ORDINANCE Np. ^088 . AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 20. SECTION 20-10 SUBDIVISION (b). OF THE MENDOCINO COUNTY CODE The Board of Supervisors of the County of Mendocino, State of California, do ordain as follows: Chapter 20, Section 20-10 Subdiivison (b), of the Mendocino Coynty Code, is hereby amended by the addition thereto of a new subsection, which shall consist of a map and/or description entitled: "(1340) Sectional District Map No. 1340, "which is hereby adopted by reference: Said map encompasses 'the property described by Assessor's Parcel Numbers: 165-120-05 165-1204)6 All above parcels are reclassified from A-l (Unclassified) to A-C (Agriculture - Conservation) The above ordinance was introduced by Supervisor Barbero, seconded by Supervisor Banker, and PASSED.AND ADOPTED this' 16th day of Janliary 1978, by the following vote of the Board of Supervisors Of the County of Mendocino, State of CaUfornia: AYES': Supervisors Barbero, Banker, Eddie^ Cimolino, Galletti' NOES: None ABSENT: None WHEREUPON, the Chairman declared said Ordinance passed and adopted and SO ORDERED. TED GALLETTI 1^24,1978 PUBLIC NOTICE ORDINANCE NO. 2084 AN OHDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 20, SECTION 20-10 SUBDIVISION (b). OF THE MENDOCINO COUNTY CODE The Board of Supervisors of the County of Mendocino, Slate of California, do ordain as follows: &apter 20, Sectipn 20-10 Subdivision (b) of the Mendocino County Code, is hereby amended by the addition thereto of a new siibsection, which shall consist of a map and/or description entitled: "(1336) Sectiondl District Map No. 1336, "which is hereby adopted by reference: Said map encompasses the properly described by Assessor's Parcel Numbers: See "Exhibit A" on file with the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, Courthouse, Ukiah. All above parcels are reclassified to AC or F-C in connection with Agricultural Preserves. i See "Exhibit A" for further details. ' , The above ordinance was introduced by Supervisor Barbero, seconded by Supervisor Banker, " and PASSED AND ADOPTED this 16th day of January 1978, by the following vole of Iht Board of Supervisors of the County of Mendocino, State . of California: AYES:' Supervisors Barbero, Banker, Eddie, Cimolino, Galletti NOES: None ABSENT: None - WHEREUPON, the Chairman declared said Ordinance passed and adopted and SO ORDERED. TED GALLETTI 1-23,1978 FIcnTlOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS (ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS: Ukiah Muffler and Automotive at 213 South Main Ukiah, California 95482 Richard Lewis Goumo 2451 Twining Road Ukiah^ Calif. 95482 Gary Lee Floerghinger 1226 San Jacinto Ct. St. Louis Missouri , 63139 ;rhis business is conducted by a general partnership. ,j s-Richard Lewis Goumo RICHARD LEWIS GOURNO OBITUARY BARNETTE Le ROY N. (Barnie) In San Francisco, January 18,1978. Loving father of Verna Ann Dow of Castro Valley and Robert Barnette of Walnut Creek. Loving friend of Dorothy Pearl Peterson of Alameda, dear brother of the late Hazel Newman, formerly of Potter Valley, dear grand father of Phillip and Paul Dow and Anna, James and Katy Barnette. Also survived by Tobe and John Newman, Beth Ganter and Madeline Wipf, all of Potter Valley. A native of Ukiah, aged 85; A rriember of San Francisco Olympic Club, a member of Oriental Lodge #144 F & AM, a fprmer member of 1st Division 316th Engineers, a veteran of _ World War L Retired from Pacific Gas and" Electric Co., after 37 years service. Family services have been held, entombment at Chapel of the Chimes in Oakland; CHAPEL OF THE CHIMES MORTUARY OAKLAND , (415) 654-0123 ' PI BLIC NOTICE FORMAT VII NOTICE TO PUBLIC OF REQUEST FOR RELEASE OF FUNDS SHERWOOD VALLEY RANCHERLA . 475 E. San Francisco Street WillitJS, California 95490 459-4593 / TO ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES, GROUPS AND PERSONS: 1, On or about Jahrsji, 1978 the abovenamed Rancheria will request the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to release Federal funds under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 (PL 93-383) for the following project: SHERWOOD VALLEY RANCHERIA ELECTRICITY, ROADS PROJECT SHERWOOD VALLEY RANCHERIA $127,000.00 An Environmental Review Record respecting the within project has been made by ,the above-named Rancheria which documents the en- vionin^nlal Review Record is on file at the above address and is available for public examination and copying, upon request. Sherwood Valley Rancheria will ^underlakie the project described above with Block Grant funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD),, under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974. Sherwood Valley Rancheria is certifying to HUD that Sherwood Valley Rancheria and Lois Lockhart Forrest, in her' official capacity as Chairwoman, consent to accept the jurisdiction of the Federal courts if an actiort is bj'ought to enforce responsibilities in relation to environmental Tcvievys, decisionmaking, and action; and that these reponsibilities haye been satisfied. The legal effect of the certification is that upon its approval, Sherwood Valley Rancheria may use the Block Clrant funds,-and HUD will have satisfied its responsibilities under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969. HUD will accept an objection to its approval of the release of funds and acceptance of the certification only if it is on one of the, following bases:, (a) That the certification was not in fact executed by the chief executive offlcer or other officer of applicant approved by HUD or (b) that applicant's cnviornmental review record for the project indicates omission of a required decision, finding, or ?tep applicable to the project in the environmental review Process, Objections must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the required procedure (24 CFR Part 58), and may be addressed to HUD at (complete area office address; or the Denver Regional Office address in Region VIII). Objections to the release of funds on bases other than those stated above will not be considered by HUD. No objection received after (date of last day in the 15-day period) will be considered by HUD. LOIS LOCKHART FORREST ' 475 E. San Francisco Street WILLITS, CALIFORNIA 95490 1-23,24,25,26,27,1978 JOURNAL WANT Eacb 0»y A Nam* Win B« S«ltctad and Rum $om«wlwr« In Tht "CtoMWatfyiil. " if "^ou Find Yoor,Nara#,,Conn«.ln By 5 P.A(>. - the Following Day and Pick Up 2 Free Lege Tickets to the Ukiah Theatre.

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