Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on July 18, 1974 · Page 9
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PUBLIC NOTICE j. OFFICIAL NOTICE ~ • • Supplement No. 7 1 to Final Environmental Statement, On Larkspur Ferry 'terminal of Golden Gate Ferry and Bui Service Project U .S. Department of Transportation, Urban ' Maia Transportation Administration (UMTA) Notice of Supplemental to Final Environmental Statement for proposed expansion of Golden Gate ferry project assisted by an UMTA grant. The proposed project is an expansion of ferry services between San Francisco and Marin County. Supplemental Statement has been prepared for the Larkspur Ferry Terminal site. " , Pursuant to the National Environmental Protection Act of 1969, Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) guidelines, and Department policy, notice is hereby issued that a Supplemental Statement of the environmental impacts on the proposed terminal of Golden Gate Ferry project has" been made available to the Council on Environmental Quality, appropriate Federal Agencies and the State and Regional Clearinghouses. The public and interested organizations are invited to inspect the 1 environmental impact statement. Inspection may be made by appointment, during business hours at the addresses below, and individual copies of the statement may be obtained by written request or in person from the Urban Mass Transportation Administration at the address given. 1 Statement may be inspected or a copy obtained at: Office of Capital Assistance Urban Mass Transportation Administration U.S. Department of Transportation 400 7th Street, Southwest (Room 9306) Washington, D.C. 20590 Statement may be inspected at: State of California Clearinghouse Office Of Inter-governmental Management Office of Lieutenant Governor Sacramento, California 95814 Association of Bay Area Governments !,; \ Hotel Claremont Berkeley, California 94705 The Supplemental Statement can be purchased from the address below: Environmental Law Institute 1346 Connecticut Ave., N.W. Washington, D.C. 20036 7-15,18,1974 : ; PUBLIC NOTICE \ n : . • , i DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE NOTICE OF SEALED BIDSALE Under authority contained in section 6331 of the Internal Revenue Code, the property described below has been seized for nonpayment of delinquent internal revenue taxes'due from Albert F & Shirley J Papera, 15 Hillview Drive, Cotati, CA 94928. The property will be sold at public auction under sealed bids in accordance with the provisions of section 6335 of the pertinent regulations. DATE BIDS WILL BE OPENED July 30, 1974 TIME BIDS WILL BE, OPENED 10:00 A.M. PLACE OF SALE 1360 South State Street, Ukiah,, CA 95482. DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY All that real property situate in the County of Mendocino, State of California, described as follows: Beginning at a % inch pipe set to mark the Northeast corner of Lot 16 of Rogina subdivision as recorded in Case 1, Drawer 8, Page 38, M.C.R.; thence S. 48 degrees 51'28" E. (recorded S 49 degrees 07' 00" W), 17.86 feet to a Ms inch pipe; thence S. 41 degrees 43' 05" W. 89.27 feet to a Vfe inch pipe; thence. S 22 degrees 29' 25" W., 90.59 feet to a Vfe inch pipe; thence S. 22 degrees43' 35" E., 68.53 feet to a Ms inch pipe set in the southerly line of said lot 16; thence S 71 degrees 54' 32" W (recorded S 71 degrees 39' 00" W), 104.90 feet along the Southerly line of said lot 16 to a Vfe inch pipe; thence leaving the southerly line of said Lot 16 N 26 degrees 00' 00" W, ,104.87 fee 1 1 to a "% inch pipe; thence N 44 degrees 35* 30" E, 174.51 feet to a inch pipe; thence continuing N 44 degrees 35' 30" E, 33.31 feet to a Ms inch pipe set in the northerly line of said Lot 16; thence along the northerly line of said Lot 16 N 73 degrees 50' 32" E (record N 73 degrees 35' 00" E), 56.14 feet to the point of beginning. Together with a non-exclusive easement PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE over the following described parcel; Commencing at the most northwesterly corner of the above described parcel and being on the Northerly line of Lot 16; thence S 44 degrees 35' 30" W, 33 ,31 feet to a 4 inch pipe; thence N. 19 degrees 27' 15" W, 16 .30 feet to the northerly line of Lot 16; thence N 73 degrees 50' 32" E, 30.00 feet to the point of beginning. Together with the easement described in the easement deed from Sullivan to Hersey, as recorded in Book 720, page 147, M.C.R. SUBMISSION OF BIDS: All .bids must be submitted on Internal Revenue Service Form 2222, Sealed Bid for Purchase of Seized Property.. Contact office below for Forms 2222 and information concerning the property. Submit bids to the Revenue official named below prior to the opening of the bids. PAYMENT TERMS: Bids must be accompanied by the full amount of the bid if it totals $200 or less. If the total bid is more than $200, submit 20 percent of the.' bid or $200, whichever'is greater. Upon acceptance of the highest bid, the balance due, if any, will, be Deferred as follows: Until 4:00 p.m. on date on which bids are opened. TYPE OF PAYMENT: All payments must be by cash, certified check, cashier's or treasurer's check or by a United States postal, express or telegraph money order. Make checks and money orders payable to "Internal Revenue Service." TITLE OFFERED: Only the right, title, and interest of Albert F. & Shirley J. Papera in and to the property will be. offered for sale. NAME AND TITLE Louise T. Brownhill, Revenue Officer DATE July 16, 1974 ADDRESS FOR INFORMATION CONCERNING SALE AND SUBMISSION OF BIDS 1360 So. State Street, P.O. Box 784 Ukiah, CA 95482 PHONE 462-7368. 7-18,1974 i PUBLIC NOTICE * ORDINANCE NO. 1314 , 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 Subdivision (b) of the Mendocino County Code, is hereby amended by the addition thereto of a new sub-section, which shall consist of a map and/or description entitled: "(645) Sectional District Map No. 645." which is hereby adopted by reference: Said map encompasses the property described by Assessor's Parcel Numbers: 46-220-55 All above parcels are reclassified from A-l to U-R :B to size 8.5 acres, 25 acres, and 40 acres The above ordinance was introduced by Supervisor Avila, seconded by Supervisor Sawyers, and PASSED AND ADOPTED this 10 day of July, 1974, by the following vote of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Mendocino, State of California: AYES: Supervisors Sawyers, Avila, Williams NOES: None ABSENT: Supervisors Banker, Galletti WHEREUPON, the Chairman declared said Ordinance passed'and adopted and SO ORDERED. s—Burgess Williams VICE-CHAIRMAN of said Board of Supervisors ATTEST: VIOLA N. RICHARDSON Clerk of said Board by s—Joyce Hart Deputy Clerk 7-18,1974 PUBLIC NOTICE ORDINANCE NO. 1316 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 Subdivision (b) of the Mendocino County Code, is hereby amended by the addition thereto of a new sub-section, which shall consist of a map and/or description entitled: "(642) Sectional District Map No. 642." which is hereby adopted by reference: Said map encompasses the property described by Assessor's Parcel Numbers: 014-470-12 All above parcels are reclassified from A-l to S-A :B 10 acres The above ordinance was introduced by Supervisor Avila, seconded by Supervisor Banker, and PASSED AND ADOPTED this 10 day of July, 1974, by the following vote of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Mendocino, State of California: AYES: Supervisors Banker, Avila, Williams NOES: None ABSENT: Supervisors Sawyers, Galletti WHEREUPON, the Chairman declared said Ordinance passed and adopted and SO ORDERED. s—Burgess Williams CHAIRMAN of said Board of. Supervisors ATTEST** VIOLA N. RICHARDSON Clerk of said Board by s-^Joyce Hart Deputy Clerk 7-18,1974 PUBLIC NOTICE ORDINANCE NO. 1313 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 Subdivision (b) of the Men, docino County Code, is hereby amended by the addition thereto of a new sub-section, which shall consist of a map and/or description entitled: "(644) Sectional District Map No. 644." which is hereby adopted by reference: Said map encompasses the property described by Assessor's Parcel Numbers: 176-010-06 176-010-07 All above parcels are reclassified from A-l to'R-E :B 10 acres The above ordinance was introduced . by Supervisor Sawyers, seconded by Supervisor Avila, and PASSED AND ADOPTED this 10 day of July, 1974, by the following vote of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Mendocino, State of California: 'AYES: Supervisors Sawyers, Avila, Williams NQES: None ABSENT: Supervisors Banker, Galletti WHEREUPON, the Chairman declared said Ordinance passed and adopted and SO ORDERED. s—Burgess Williams VICE-CHAIRMAN of said Board of Supervisors ATTEST: VIOLA N. RICHARDSON Clerk of said Board by s—Joyce Hart Deputy Clerk * 7-18,1974 PUBLIC NOTICE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT • FILE NO. 74-G-6 The following person is doing business as: Goldens Interior Decorating at 60 Central Ave., Calpella. Betty Joan Golden .60 Central Ave. Calpella, Calif. This business is conducted by Individual. s—Betty Joan Golden This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Mendocino County on July 8, 1974. 7-11,18,25,8-1,1974 PUBLIC NOTICE ORDINANCE NO. 1315 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 Subdivision (b) of the Mendocino County Code, is hereby amended by the addition thereto of a new sub-section, which shall consist of a map and/or description entitled: "(648) Sectional District Map No. 648." which is hereby adopted by reference: Said map encompasses the property described by Assessor's Parcel Numbers: Balance F-C F-Cto 125-280-30 (portion of) U-F :B-80 125-280-33 All above parcels are 4- reclassified from F-C to U-F': B- 80 The above ordinance was introduced by Supervisor Banker, seconded by Supervisor Avila, and PASSED and ADOPTED this 10 day of July, 1974, by the following vote of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Mendocino, State of California:.. AYES: 'Supervisors Ba'nker, Avila, Williams NOES: None ABSENT: Supervisors Sawyers, Galletti WHEREUPON, the Chairman declared said Ordinance passed and adopted and SO ORDERED. s—Burgess Williams VICE-CHAIRMAN of said Board of Supervisors ATTEST: VIOLA N. RICHARDSON Clerk of said Board by s-pJoyce Hart Deputy Clerk 7-18,1974 Ray Valine: recycled garbageman By DONALD THORNTON SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UPI) — Ray Valine is a recycled garbageman: Somewhat of a folk hero along his trash collection route because of his colorful antics, the 28-year-old Valine has traded the garbage can for the recycling bin. "I just got tired of being down in the dumps," he quipped of his retirement from three years of picking up trash for the county. Valine, who thrilled the kids along < his. route by wearing Easter bunny, Santa Claus and Uncle Sam costumes during the appropriate holidays, has. now formed U.S. Destiny Recycling Service. "I just want to be a humble recycling servant," said the tall, mustachioed man who gained national publicity in the past for his garbage can theatrics. ' . "I pawned my car, hocked my rifle and sold my dog to get the money to start this thing," he said. With the $3,000 he gathered, Valirie started "a fun, free, thorough recycling service to the home." The service, which Valine believes is the first of its kind in the nation, works ' like this: Recycling routes are formed, just like garbage collection routes. On a specific day each month residents on the route are asked, to put out all their recyclable garbage. Valine picks it up free of charge and entertains the neighborhood,kids at the same time. "I don't want glass, peas or carrots," he said. "But I'll take paper, cardboard, any kind of 'metal, hot water heaters, old cars and plastic." Valine men sorts the junk and' sells it to big recycling distributors in Northern California. "One man's garbage is another man's treasure," he declared. Currently he has five routes with a total of 1,500 houses. Other routes throughout the city are planned. "A lot of good things come out of garbage," Valine said. "I'm asking the people to put.their trash into something good. "But right now I have to inspire people into looking forward to recycling day," he said in an interview in his dilapidated storage warehouse in suburban North Highlands. The inspiration, he added, should come from his wild costumes and the hundreds of balloons he passes out to kids. "There's a holiday practically every month," he said. Asked about other possible antics, a smiling Valine replied, "You never know what lurks in the heart of. an ex-gar- bageman." Forming the business was no easy task and despite 10-hour days, seven days a week, Valine says he is just breaking even. "I figure it will be a loss for five years. Nobody (such as banks) will take a chance on f me. There are no financial records for this type of business to check," he said. "My finances are running a little short right now... but then 'boom' things could jump and there I would go from a recycled garbageman to Mr. Kaiser." I Thursday, July 18, 1974 Ukiah Dally Journal, Ukiah Calif. How's the weather? By United Press. International Scattered thundershowers hit the Rocky Mountain states and the northern Plains early today. Nearly one and a half inches of rain drenched a section of Salt Lake City, and an inch and a quarter fell at Evans ton, Wyo. Residents of Huron, S.D., spotted a funnel cloud, the National Weather Service said. Scattered thundershowers were reported from Mississippi to the Carolinas, where partly cloudy skies prevailed. Two- thirds of an inch of rain fell at Robins Air Force Base near Macon, Ga. It was fair over the Mississippi Valley and the central and southern Plains, but there were cloudy skies and some showers over the eastern Ohio Valley, and Great Lakes region to the north Atlantic Coast. Early morning temperatures ranged from 95 at Blythe, Calif., to 54 at Quillavute. Wash. The California weather summary: A few, sprinkles fell on the northern coast Wednesday morning, but ended early so that most of the state had a sunny afternoon. Low clouds along the central coast lingered into the afternoon, however, and moved back onshore after sunset. High temperatures, Wednesday climbed a few degrees across the state. Readings along the coast were in the upper 60s to near 80. The coastal . and central valleys were in the 90s with the Sierras in the 70s. The deserts were over 105, with Palm Springs' no being the state's highest reading. This morning extensive low clouds and fog blanketed the northern and central coasts with the clouds locally pushing into coastal valleys. Elsewhere, skies were clear. This pattern of sunny skies inland but night and morning low clouds and fog along the northern and central coasts will continue the next few days. ."But moist air moving norm from Mexico will be increasing the chance of thundershowers in the southern deserts and southern Sierras late today. Extended weather outlook for Northern and Central California Saturday through Monday: Mostly fair except patchy fog or low clouds near coast. NCRA AUTO RACING UKIAH FAIRGROUND FRIDAY JUIJg 19th Super Stackers, Hobby Stackers Trophy Dashes, Heat Races and Main Events. WATCH FOR OUR SPECIAL TROPHY GIRL AT UKIAH LAKEPORT TRACK SATURDAY JULY 20 Super Modifieds - Super Stackers and Hobby Stackers. Trophy Dash- Heat Races and Main Events. ~~~~ GATES OPEN AT 6:00 RACING A l B:QU ^e Adults 2.25-Students 1.25-Children 12 and under 75c ' BIG SUMMER TIRE SALE Save $ 30 to $ 53 on a set of 4 belted tires GLASS-TRACK BELTED TWIN GUARDS . . . REG. $28 TO $42 EA. 4for*74 A78-13. A78-15TBLS. RLK. PLUS 1.80 TO 1.98 F.E.T. EACH AND TRADE-IN TIRES MODERN, WIDE 7-RIB TRACTION TREAD DESIGN. 2 FIBER GLASS BELTS FOR MILEAGE, STRENGTH. 2 POLYESTER CORD PLIES FOR RIDING COMFORT. 4 for *102 E78-14, F78-14, TBLS. BLK. PLUS 2.33 TO 2.50 F.E.T. EACH AND TRADE-IN TIRES 4 for *106 C78-14, G78-15 TBLS. BLK. PLUS 2.67 TO 2.74 F.E.T. EACH AND TRADE-IN TIRES 4 for $115 H78-H H78-15 TBLS. BLK. PLUS 2.92 TO 2.97 F.E.T. EACH AND TRADE-IN TIRES PANELS^ VANS-CAMPERS-PICK-UPS-STEEL-BELTED SUPER WIDE TIRE 20TO3OT OFF! TUBELESS BLACKWALL SIZE PLY- RATING REGULAR PRICE EACH SALE PRICE EACH PLUS F.E.T. EACH G78-15t . 6 $62 $40 3.72 H78-15* 6 $67 $53 4.14 E78-14 6 $52 $41 3.26 F78-16 6 $61 . $42 3.53 H78-16 6 $64 $48 3.83 L7B-16* 8 $79 $63 4.35 . 8.00-16.5 6 $62 i, $48 3.60 8.00-16.5 '8 $68 $53 3.61 . 8.75-16.5 . 8 . $77 $60 4.15 9.50-16.5 8 $83 $66 4.64 tWhitewallB available $3 more each. •1\ibe-type. No Trade Required. 78-SERIES, 4-PLY NYLON CORD AIR CUSHION REG. LOW PRICE 10 95 A78-13 TBLS. BLACKWALL PLUS 1.78 F.E.T. STEEL-TRACK BELTED GRAPPLER II 'mi $ 11TO $ 18OFF! • 25 90 A78-13 TBLS. WHITEWALL PLUS 2.04 F.E.T. TUBELESS BLACKWALL SIZE REGULAR LOW PRICE* PLUS F.E.T. EACH TUBELESS BLACKWALL SIZE REGULAR LOW PRICE* PLUS F.E.T. EACH TUBELESS WHITEWALL . ALSO FITS REGULAR PRICE EACH* SALE .' PRICE EACH* PLUS F.E.T. EACH A78-13 10.95 1.78. SIZE ALSO FITS REGULAR PRICE EACH* SALE .' PRICE EACH* PLUS F.E.T. EACH B78-13 12.95 1.83 A78-13 6.00-13 $37 25.80 2.04 B78-13 12.95 1.83 E78-14 7.35-14 ' $45 31.50 2.47 E78-14 " 17.95 2.24 F78-14 7.75-14 $47 3230 " 2.61 F78-14 18.95 2.41 G78-14 8.25-14 " $50 35.00 2.79 G78-14 19.95 2.55 H78-14 8.55-14 $52 38.50 2.94 G78-14 19.95 2.55 A78-15 5 60-15 $40 28.00 1.97 5.60-15 15.95 1.78 G78-15 8.25-15 $52 36.40 2,86" G78-15 19.95 2.63 H78-15 8.55-15 $55 38.50 3.06 H78-15 21.95 2.82 J78-15 8.85-15 $59 41.30 3.05 H78-15 21.95 2.82 L78-15 9 15-15 $62 43.40 3.20 , *With trade-iruire. Whitewalls available $3 more each. «W th trade-in tire. FAST FREE MOUNTING! Make us your next pit stop. pjljE^f^ . . it 1 / PHONE 442 -S731 -|h»i )Vf flfifr 1/VARnft 16M S ;/ S !. at « Stre *[ : „ . OPEN: MM., to.,***.,**!.* •y VWyUJO Deep Valley Sq. Shopping Center Th H n.*Frl .*;»Mi« M4i»

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