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8—Ukiah Daily Journal, Ukiah Calif.,Monday, July 22, 1974 v/. Strange 'attack' f , ... • « due to anxiety By LAWRENCE LAMB. M.D. DEAR DR. LAMB — I am 28 but have had a problem for six years. I have very frequent cheat paints, tingling feeling in my hands, nose, mouth and face with breathing attacks where I can't get my breath. I have difficulty in swallowing, like I have a lump in my throat. What makes me breathe extra breaths? Before an attack I feel funny all over, very light-headed, and get pale-looking and, my eyes feel funny. I have been to a couple of doctors for this, and they tell me it's my nerves. I have also been in the hospital for this and have had every test in the book. —My doctors says I have chest neuritis and my blood pressure gets low, but nobody seems to help me. I have a wife and two great boys to take care of. This is making me miss a lot of work. Please write me. I need an answer. DEAR READER - Your sumptoms probably are caused by anxiety, but I have. never seen a case of anxiety helped by not understanding what causes ones aches and pains. There is' a reason why you have these problems, and you can do something about it. First, let me reassure you that this problem is not going to* damage your health. It is not an indication of a serious illness. Even so, when you have these attacks they can be disabling. You have hyperventilation, or simply called over-breathing. When you breathe too often and too deeply, you blow off too much carbon dioxide. This upsets the body chemistry. The disturbed chemistry causes that tingling feeling you describe so well in your hands and around your nose and mouth. Attacks like this can often cause fainting. The arteries inside the muscles dilate and other changes take place. Blood literally pools in the bottom part of the body. That pale skin is part of the impending faint appearance. The lightheaded ' feeling is from lack of blood flow to the brain and the is Morse in critical condition PORTLAND, Ore. (UPI) Former Sen. Wayne Morse, 73, one of the U.S. Senate's early doves on Vietnam, was listed in critical condition Sunday night at Good Samaritan Hospital. Morse, who had been campaigning hard to regain the seat lost to Sen. Bob Packwood, R- Ore., six years ago, was stricken Wednesday night with what was thought to be a cold and congestion: Tests - the following day diagnosed a urinary tract infection and hospital officials said he had been responding well to antibi- ' otics until Sunday. Morse's kidneys are operating sporadically, causing the worsening in his condition, doctors said Sunday. A hospital official said the former senator's kidneys had been getting progressively worse since entering the hospital five days ago. Morse-won the Democratic nomination to oppose Packwood by beating state Sen. Jason Boe, D-Reedsport., in Oregon's May primary election. Should Morse be unable to continue the race the State Democratic Central Committee would meet to choose his replacement. In 1964, Morse was one of two senators who voted against the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, which gave Congressional authorization to increase American involvement in Vietnam. Morse decided to try for a political comeback in the fall of 1971 and formally announced his candidacy for the Senate on bis 71st birthday, October 20. "You'd be surprised at the people who opposed me in 1968 who have said they wish I would give them a chance to correct the mistake they made at that time," he said. "Oregon is no longer a hawk state —. many who were unhappy that I wasn 't supporting President Johnson's illegal war in Vietnam have since changed their minds." Morse won that nominator! in 1972, but lost to Sen. Mark Hatfield in the general election. chemical changes. It, too, part of the impending' faint. Difficulty in swallowing with a lump in your throat is also part of the picture of anxiety. I hasten to add that anyone who has a problem swallowing must see a doctor at once, because it can also be caused by serious medical problems. But, with your symptoms and examination, you needn't worry about that. I can't do anything about the underlying reason for your anxiety. If you can obtain some help from a psychiatrist, it might be helpful in unmasking what is working on your psyche to cause you to be so anxious. It might help, though, to understand your sumptoms. Now, I would suggest that when you start to have one of these attacks immediately, consciously breathe slowly and shallowly. DO NOT HOLD YOUR BREATH. You can try breathing into a brown paper bag, if you want, for a few minutes. By preventing over- breathing you will stop the symptoms. Try to, relax, and ,you will feel better. And, if you are not in. good physical condition, improving your fitness sometimes helps in many ways. Finally, if .you use coffee or other stimulants stop them entirely. That includes tea and colas. Also, I think you should stop smoking, if that is one of your habits. Let me know how you do with this program. Television highlights Tuesday's Television Highlights By United Press International NBC's broadcast of" the annual all-star baseball game at 8:15 p.m. comes from Pittsburgh. • "ABC Wide World of Entertainment" at 11:30 p.m. has a mystery, "Death Is a Bad Trip," with Tish Sterling and Peter Coffield in the story of a bookstore clerk who witnesses a murder. . "The CBS Late Movie" at 1:30 p.m. screens 1968's "Pretty Poison," with Anthony Perkins and Tuesday Weld. Psychological thriller about a man who draws a woman into his fantasy world. PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE Daily Journal, a newspaper of general circulation printed in Mendocino County, California, once a week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition. Dated: July 18, 1974. ; ARTHUR B. BROADDUS JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT 7-22,29,8-5,12,1974 PUBLIC NOTICE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 74-M-10 The following person (persons) is (are) doing business as: f**? 5 *MOTOR CITY AUTOSALES at 1211N. State St. Ukiah, Calif. 95482 Bart Eugene Garbocci 1898 Elm St. Ukiah, Calif. 95482 This business is conducted by an Individual. s—Bart Eugene Garbocci. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Mendocino County on June 27, 1974. 7-1,8,15,22,1974 PUBLIC NOTICE STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FILE NO. 72-K-2 The following person (persons) have abandoned the use of the fictitious business name Kar Korral, at 1211- No. State St. Ukiah, Calif. 95482. The fictitious business, name referred to above was filed in County ort October 5, 1972. Wesley Francis Holmes 950 Alice Ave. Ukiah, Calif. This business was conducted by an Individual. s—Wesley Francis Holmes. This statement was filed with, the County Clerk of Mendocino County on June 27, 1974. .' 7-1,8,15,22,1974 PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 74-L-2 THE FOLLOWING PERSONS) IS (ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS: LITTLE LAKE INDUSTRIES at 300 East Commercial Street, P.O. Box 357, Willits, California 9549Q. AMCORD, INC., a Delaware _ Corporation 610 Newport Center Drive, Newport Beach, California 92663 This business is conducted by a corporation. AMCORD, INC. s—E. Carpenter, Jr. Senior Vice President This statement was filed with , the County Clerk of Mendocino County on June 7, 1974. 7-1,8,15,22,1974 PUBLIC NOTICE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE N0.74-B-4 The following person, (persons) is (are) doing business as: Bud's Body Shop at 1211- No. State St. Ukiah,' Calif. Wesley Francis Holmes 950 Alice Ave. . Ukiah, Califl This business is conducted by an Individual. s—Wesley Francis Holmes This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Mendocino County on June 27, 1974. 7-1,8,15,22,1974 PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE aons having claims against the said decedent are required to file then), with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the clerk of the above entitled court; or to present them, with the necessary vouchers, to the undersigned at Room 209 Savings Bank Building, Post Office Box 720, Ukiah, California 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 July 3, 1974 NEWELL A. RAWLES Executor of the Will of the above named. decedent RAWLES, GOLDEN, HINKLE ft FINNEGAN P.O. Box 720 Ukiah, California 95482 Telephone: (707) 462-6696 Attorneys for Executor First publication: July 8, 1974 7-8,15,22,29,1974 PUBLIC NOTICE ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE (CCP Section 1271) No. 15909 SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA FOR THE COUNTY OF MENDOCINO _ In the Matter of the Application of KIMBERLY CHRISTINE ERIKSEN for Change of Name WHEREAS, KIMBERLY CHRISTINE ERIKSEN, petitioner, has filed a petition with the Clerk of this Court for an order changing petitioner's name from KIMBERLY CHRISTINE ERIKSEN to KIM CHRISTOPHER ERIKSEN; IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in the above entitled matter appear before this Court at 9:30 a.m. on August 30,1974 in the courtroom of Department 1 in the Mendocino County Courthouse, State and Standley Streets, Ukiah, Mendocino County, California, and show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of this order to show cause be published in the Ukiah RICHARD C. BURTON Attorney at Law 107 W. Perkins St., Suite 16 Ukiah, California 95482 Telephone: (707) 462-9779 NOTICE OF HEARING AMENDED PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND FOR LETTERS TESTAMENTARY No. 15894 Dept. 1 SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA FOR THE COUNTY OF MENDOCINO , , x Estate of JOHN E. BRIGHTENSTINE, AKA J. E. BRIGHTENSTINE, AKA JOHN BRIGHTENSTINE, AKA JOHN EDWIN BRIGHTENSTINE, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that NYTA JENSEN as Executrix of the Will has filed herein a AMENDED PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND FOR LETTERS TESTAMENTARY reference to which is made for further particulars, and that the time and place of hearing the same has been set for August 2, 1974 at 9:30 a.m., in the Courtroom of Department No. 1 of said Court in the Mendocino County Courthouse, in the City of Ukiah, California. Dated July 17, 1974 VIOLA RICHARDSON, County Clerk By MARY H. HUGHES Deputy Clerk 7-22,25,29,1974 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 15770 SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA FOR THE COUNTY OF MENDOCINO Estate of MALCOLM RAWLES, also known as M. RAWLES, Deceased. ~' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the creditors of the above named decedent that all per- NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that the Mendocino County Planning Commission will hold public hearings oh Thursday, August 1, 1974, in the Board of Supervisors' Chambers, County Courthouse, Ukiah, CA, on the following changes of zones, to the zones listed, or 1 a more restrictive . zone, and agricultural preserves, at the times hereinafter listed, i or as soon thereafter as the matters may be heard: 9:05 a.m. CHANGE OF ZONES ft AGRICULTURAL PRESERVES 1. Walter D. STORNETTA, et al - No. R 94-74 & No. A 23-74 - 2+mi N of Manchester, on E & W sides of Hwy 1, on general N side of Alder Creek, y 4 +- mi N of intersection of Pacific View Dr. (CRNo. 515A), with Hwy 1; T13N, R16W, pors Sees 7 ft 18; T13N, R17W, por Sec 12 REQUEST: A-l (Unclassified) to A-C (Agricultural Conservation) ft F-C (Agricultural Forest Conservation) Type I ft H Agricultural Preserves 9:15 a.m. CHANGE OF ZONES 1. Elden V, INGRAM, et ux - No. R 62-74 (continued) -1+- mi SE of Fort Bragg, mi N of Hwy No. 20, 600+- ft W of Hansen Rd. tCR No. 415H), mi S of Noyo River; T18N, R17W, por Sec 17 REQUEST: A-l (Unclassified) to S-A:M:B-40,000 sq. ft. (Suburban Agricultural: Mobile Home Combining :Special Building Site - 40,000 sq. ft. minimums) 2. John WILKINSON - No. R 7574 - 2+- mi NW of Calpella, lMs+- mi SW of Redwood Valley town center, 3 A+- mi W of Hwy 101, 50O+- ft W of Uva Dr. (CR No. 239), 500+- ft S of Bel Arbres Rd. (CR No. 238B), at S terminus of Ballou Terrace (CR No. 238C); T16N, R12W, por Sec 7 REQUEST: A-l (Unclassified) to R-E:B-2.5, 5, ft 10 ac. (Residential Estates .'Special Building Site - 2.5, 5 ft 10 acre minimums) 3. Charles W. HUFFMAN - No. R 76-74 - Ufe+- mi SW of Redwood Valley town center, lVfe+- mi NW of Calpella, %+- mi W of Hwy 101, %+- mi S of Bel Arbres Rd. (CR No. 238B); T16N, R12W, por Sec 18 REQUEST: A-l (Unclassified) to R-E:B1.96, 3, 5 & 10 ac. (Residential Estates. :Special Building Site -1.96,3,5 ft 10 acre minimums) 4. Jerry L. POLLOCK, et al No. R 77-74 - In Potter Valley, 2+- mi NW of town center, on W side of Gibson Ln. (CR No. 246) at its terminus and intersection with Busch Ln. (CR No. 247), on S side of Busch Creek, on both sides of Bayes Creek; T17N, R12W, por Sec 12 REQUEST: A-l (Unclassified) to A-C (Agricultural Conservation) 5. Thomas A. VAUGHAN, et al No. R 81-74 - 3+- mi SE of Potter Valley town center, 1V*+- mi E of East Side Potter Valley Rd. (CR No. 240), V4+- mi E of Easterly terminus of Pine Ave. (CR No. 244); TT7N, R11W, por Sec 27 REQUEST: A-l (Unclassified) to U-R:B-5 ac. (Upland Recreation : Special Building Site - 5 acre minimums) 6. Richard F, HOLM, et al • No. R 82-74 - 8+- mi E of Point Arena, on E side of Eureka Hill Rd. (CR No. 505), mi N of terminus thereof, on N side of Point Arena Air Force Station; T12N, R15W, por Sec 17 REQUEST: A-l (Unclassified) to U-F:B-24 & 86 ac. (Upland Forestry : Special Building Site - 24 ft 86 acre minimums) 7. Larkin YOUNCE (for Mary C. Petro) - No. R 83-74 - In Calpella, V 4 +- mi E of Hwy 101, on W side of No: State St. (CR No. 104), 350+- ft S of Hopkins St: (CR No. 229C), on N side of "Ellen St.," on W side of "Fourth St."; Yokayo Rancho, por; town of Calpella, Blocks 13 ft 20 REQUEST: A-l (Unclassified) to S-A:B-40,000 sq. ft. (Suburban Agricultural : Special Building Site - 40,000 sq. ft. minimums) ft C-l (Neighborhood Commercial) 8. Michael J. WAGNER - No. R 85-74 • 2+- mi NE of Calpella, mi N of Hwy 20, %+- mi E of Road "B" (CR No. 231A), in Lake Mendocino View Estates area; Yokayo Rancho, por REQUEST: A-l (Unclassified) to U-R:M:B-2, 3, 5 ft 8 ac. (Upland Recreation : Mobile Home Combining Special Building Site - 2, 3, 5 ft 8 acre minimums) All interested persons are invited to appear and present testimony in these matters', s—Ronald F. Hall RONALD F. HALL, Secretary Mendocino County Planning Commission • 7-22,1974 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 15870 SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA FOR THE C6UNTY OF MENDOCINO Estate of JAMES ROBERT CHESS also known as J. ROBERT CHESS and as JAMES R. CHESS and as J.R. CHESS, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the creditors of the above named decedent that all per-' sons having claims 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 vouchers, to the undersigned at the offices of BELL, COX AND MANNON, Room 203 Savings Bank Building, Post Office Box 419, Ukiah, California 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 July 3, 1974 s-Evelyn Joyce Chess EVELYN JOYCE CHESS Administratrix with the Will Annexed of the estate of the above named decedent. BELL, COX AND MANNON Attorneys at Law Room 203 Savings Bank Bldg. Post Office Box 419 Ukiah, California 95482 Telephone: 707-462-2958 Attorneys for Administratrix with the Will Annexed First publication: July 8, 1974 7-8,15,22,29,1974 PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE after the date set for the opening of bids. In accordance with , the provisions of Section 1770 et. seq. of the California Labor Code, the County of Mendocino has ascertained the general prevailing rate of wages applicable to the work to be done as prescribed, in the published schedule of October 19, 22 and 24, 1973 and on file with the County of Mendocino and available at the County Purchasing Office, 175 South School Street, Ukiah, California 95482. Any classification omitted herein not less than the hourly rate plus employer payments set forth in the collective bargaining agreement applicable to the class or classification of the workman or mechanic involved, as defined in Section 1773.1 of the Labor Code. Employer payments other than those itemized above, as defined in Section 1773.1 of the Labor Code, are to be paid in accordance with the terms of the collective bargaining agreement applicable to the type of classification of the workmen or mechanics, employed on the project. FOREMEN -All foremen shall be paid the rate specified in the "collective bargaining agreement applicable to the particular < craft, classification or type of workmen employed on the project. OVERTIME -Overtime rates and rates of pay for legal 'holidays for all crafts and types of workmen shall be as provided in the collective bargaining agreements and applicable to the particular craft, classification or type of workmen employed on the project. APPRENTICES -In accordance with the provisiohs of Section 1777.5 of the Labor Code, and in accordance with the regulations of the California Apprenticeship Council, properly indentured apprentices may be employed in the prosecution of the work. Information relative to number of apprentices, identification, wages, hours of employment ' and standards of Working conditions shall be obtained from the Director of the Department of Industrial Relations of the State of California. Copies of all collective bargaining agreements relating to the work as set forth in the aforementioned Labor Code are on file and available for inspection in the office of the Department of Industrial Relations, Division of Labor Statistics and Research. LOUIS G. DELSOL Superintendent of Schools Mendocino County By: s—Walter L. Hill Walter L. Hill, Deputy 7-15,22,1974 Phon* 462-1421 BOY-SEWHIRE. TBEffElt. aa I Advertising In4*x Apt. for rent—Furnished Apt. for rent—Unfurnished Automotive Service Parts Boats, trailers, motors Business Opportunities Business Rentals Campers a Trailers Cars, trucks Child Cert Duplexes—Mr rent Employment Agencies Employment Wanted Exchange Equipment tor Rent Farm Equipment Por rent or lease For sale (miscellaneous) Oarages tar rent Help wanted Houses for rent—Furnished Houses for rent—Unfurnished Income Property Instruction Investments Livestock Lost and Found Mobile Homes Mobile Home Service-Repair Money to loan Money wanted Motorcycles and bikes Motor Homes Musical Instruments New and Used Equipment Notices Personals Pets Real Estate for sale Real Estate wanted Rest Homes Room and Board Rooms for rent Services offered Situations Wanted Trailer Rentals Used Cars Wanted -Wantedito buy Wanted to rent or tease NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Mendocino County Superintendent of Schools, Ukiah, Mendocino County, California, will receive up to, but not later than 2:00 P.M., Wednesday, July 31,1974 sealed bids for the award of contract for the manufacture, construction and installation of a proposed Developmental Center at Low Gap Road, Ukiah, California, and the leasing thereof with options to purchase, to the Superintendent of Schools (Lessee). All bids shall be made on bid forms furnished by the Architect. Bids shall be received in the office of the Superintendent of Schools, at 589 Low Gap Road, Ukiah, and shall be publicly read at the above stated time and place. Each bid must conform and be responsive to the contract documents, copies of which may be obtained in the office of Kappeler ft Axt, Architects and Planners, 135 West Gobbi, Suite 205, Ukiah, California. Each bid shall be accompanied by the security referred to in the contract documents and the list of proposed subcontractors. Attention of bidders is particularly called to the requirements as to conditions of employment to be observed and the wage rates to be paid under the Contract. The said Lessee reserves the right to reject any and all bids or waive any informality in the bids. ii No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty (30) days PUBLIC NOTICE STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FILE NO. 71-M-32 The following person (persons) have abandoned the use of the fictitious business name Mendocino Animal Hospital at 1851 South State St., Ukiah, Ca 95482. The fictitious business name referred to above was filed in County on June 17, 1971. Robert L. Shugart 1501 Crane Rd. Ukiah Diane K. Shugart 1501 Crane Rd. Ukiah This business was conducted by Individual. s—Robert L. Shugart This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Mendocino County on July 3,1974. 7-8,15,22,29,1974 PUBLIC NOTICE » 7 2?B MA It 12 U IT 1A •A 1A 2 I7C IS 14 14A 21 TA 1 t » II 3 17B 2* 4 21A 2JB 2t 1»A 21A 11C 14 22 S SA •a 17 17A 11A 11 10 20 IB , 11 2fA 27 )• 1— Help Wanted Nurses, RN's ft LVN's Immed" openings, all shifts, part time and full time. Call 894 -5201 NOW HIRING Cooks, Dishwashers, Bus Boys, Apply in Person Denny's Restaurant, Ukiah. Good Co. to grow with. LIVE-IN Apartment Manager wanted. Reply box A 496 C -0 Ukiah Daily Journal. GYP0L0G HAULERS WANTED, Sonora Area. Phone (209) 984-5241 l— Help Wanted Experienced Waitress, over 30 yrs. old. 964-5002 collect The Ukiah Unified School District. is accepting applications for a Head Cook position - .5% hrs per day $312.60 per month on Range 13 There will be an Open Closed Promotional Examination 7-2574 at 10 a.m. Applications are available at the District Personnel Office, School and Henry Streets Deadline for application is- 7-24-74 at 5 p.m. WANTED In Lakeport-Lucerne-Nice or any Clear Lake Area. UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL Newspaper Boys. Start your own route Unlimited potential to hard working go-getter. Call 462-1421 for appointment. Ask for Mr. Harvey. CAREER Opportunity. Work with Shaklee authorized Distributor, part or full-time. Earn big bonuses on sales. Build to retirement. Irwin A. & Lillian Bradford, Supervisors 485-7740. BOYS AND GIRLS Earn Your Own Spending Money. Applications are being accepted for carrier delivery routes in Ukiah area. Several 'good routes to be available soon. Come in or call Mr. Harvey. Ukiah Daily Journal. 462-1421. WANTED experienced medical secretary, knowledge of insurance billing, and medical dictation helpful. Send resume to box A 495 C-0 Ukiah Daily "Journal. WELCOME WAGON HOSTESS Must be aquainted with community, Like people, have car. Want flexible hour job. Write 447 Fairfax San Mateo, 94402 for appli. Interview Wed. July 24. Lu Ann Motel C-0 D. Grimseyl NEED someone to care for elderly stroke patient on weekends. $3 hr. 485-7505 btwn 6:30 ft 9: p.m. or before 9:30 a.m. SALES LADIES for Tri-Chem liquid embroidery, needed. Fun + profit and free kit. Suprise, Call Gay 485-8254 or 462-1267. BOY OR GIRL, afternoon carrier route, several routes available imniediately. 4623630. NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING Notice is hereby given that the Mendocino County Planning Commission, at its regular meeting on Thursday, August 1, 1974, to be held in the Board of Supervisors' Chambers, County Courthouse, Ukiah, CA, will conduct public hearings on the following items, including the Environmental Impact Report, at the times hereinafter listed, or as soon thereafter as the matters may be heard; 10:45 a.m. USE PERMITS 1. Use Permit No. U 57-74 (continued) Applicant: Howard MAKI Request: Construct ft operate off-sale fish market Location: %+- mi s of Fort Bragg city limit, V4+- mi E of Hwy No. 1, on S side of No. Harbor Dr. (CR No. 415A), on N side of Noyo River; T18N, PUBLIC NOTICE R17W, por Sec 18 Use Permit No. U 66-74 Applicant: J.W. WILSON Request: Establish additional commercial use Location: In greater Ukiah area, 1000+- ft S of city limits ft Norgard Ln. (CRNo. 211), on E side of So. State St. (CR No. 104A), 400+- ft W of Hwy 101, 500+- ft N of Plant Rd. (CR No. 142); Yokayo Rancho, por Lot 70 3. Use Permit No. U 68-74 Applicant: W.H. RASMUSSEN Request: Use ft occupy mobile home as a temporary dwelling during construction of permanent residence Location: In Round Valley, 1%+- mi NW of Covelo town center, %+- mi W of unnamed CR No. 337H (Crawford Rd), y4+- mi S of "Hurt Rd." (Covelo Refuse Rd., CR No. 337E), %+- mi NW of Wly terminus of Biggar Ln. (CR No. 337C); T23N, R13W, por Sec 35; Round. Valley Indian Reservation, por 4. Use Permit No. U 69-74 Applicant: James L. GIBSON Request: Use ft occupy mobile home as temporary dwelling during construction of permanent residence Location: 3+- mi SW of Boonville, on general E side of Mountain View Rd. (CR No. 510) ft Bear Wallow Creek, on N side of Honey Creek; T13N, R14W, por Sec 8 5. Use Permit No. U 71-74 Applicant: Corinne OLSON Request: Construct commercial warehouse Location: In Ukiah, V4 +-mi S of city limit ft Jefferson St. (CR No. 267), on E side of So. State St. (CRNo. 104A),400+-ftWof Ukiah Municipal Airport ft city limit; Yokayo Rancho, por Lot 73 6. Use Permit No. U 75-74 Applicant: John W. DIEPHOUSE Request: Establish a sanitarium operation within an existing structure Location: mi NW of Talmage, %+-m}Nof Talmage Rd. (CR No. 222), on N side of Sanford Ranch Rd (CR No 200), 800+- ft W of Knob Hill Rd. BUY,SELL-TRADE Journal Classified WANTED Salesmanager for R.E. office. Excellent opportunity. R.E. License required. 462-8761 aft. 6 p.m. PUBLIC NOTICE (CR No. 204), lying SW of ft bordering, the W terminus of James St. (CR No. 204E), Yokayo Rancho, por Lot 89 7. Use Permit No. U, 50-73 . Applicant: John R. BRADLEY Request: Consider Final Environmental Impact Report; Use' Permit to establish rock quarry operations at two separate sites Location: (Site 1) 3V4+- mi SW of Laytonville, on W side of Branscomb Rd. (CR No. 429), 2V4+- mi W of Hwy 101; T12N, R15W, por Sec 27. (Site II) 2+mi SE of Laytonville, V* +- mi E of Hwy 101, V*+- mi NE of Easterly terminus of Steele ft Davidson Rd. (CR No. 318), on W side of Tenmile Creek; T21N, R14W, por Sec 19 An Environmental' Impact Report has been prepared for the John R. Bradley use permit. The report is available for purchase or review at the Planning Department. Any interested party may respond by filing with the Planning Department a "Notice of Objections to the Environmental Impact Report" which sets forth specific objections to the completeness or quality of the report and which sets forth all adverse environmental effects deemed not adequately treated by the, report. * 2:00 p.m. VARIANCE 1. Variance No. V 22 -74 Applicant: Jack CAPPS Request: Exception to minimum front yard requirement Location: Vi+- mi N of Ukiah city limit, %+- mi W of Hwy 101 (Presswood overpass), 300+- ft S of Lovers Ln. (CR No. 251), on N side of Zinfandel Ln. (CR No. 222B) lying between Lot 13, Unit 4 ft Lot 13, Unit 8, Alexander Estates Subdivision; Yokayo Rancho, por Lot 87 All interested persons are invited to appear and present testimony in these matters. s-Ronald F. Hall RONALD F. HALL, Secretary Mendocino County planning Commission 741,1974

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