Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on January 26, 2000 · Page 13
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[Forest Service chief says new study looms on road management By JOHN HOWARD Associated Prm Writer SAN FRANCISCO - A long-awaited study on managing 380,000 miles of national forest roads is near completion/and one of the likely options is scaling back the roadway network, said U.S. Forest Service chief Michael Dombeck. Dombeck told the Commonwealth Club on Tuesday that the report, which will be offered within weeks for a round of public hearings, is the first step toward devising a nationwide plan to it The problem is that right now we have more roads than we can afford. -U.S. Forest Service chief Michael Dombeck H manage the controversial road system that includes local citizens and officials, and federal .authorities. ; "We'll sit down with county supervisors" and Bothers to work out a plan, Dombeck added. !>* Environmentalists believe the roads can contribute to environmental harm in the nation's 192 -million acres of national forests. Dombeck ^agreed, in part. ; '-• The question is, which roads should be elimi- ijated? Some roads may be a "bulwark against iroxious weeds, invasive species," Dombeck said. '•; "The problem is that right now we have more roads than we can afford," he said, noting that roads, especially those that are poorly maintained, can degrade fisheries and wildlife habitats. "We're losing access by our inability to maintain roads. About 1,000 miles of roads annually fall into disrepair," said Dombeck, a fisheries expert from Wisconsin and a university professor ;\vho was named by President Clinton to head the Forest Service in 1997. "The one new thing today is that a road policy is coming out that is emphasizing conservation and stewardship," said Jay Watson, regional director of The Wilderness Society. "I think it's going to strike some balance for decommissioning some of these roads. There will always be a place for roads in the national forests, but it will be a far cry from when timber was king," Watson added. But Chris Nance, a spokesman for the California Forestry Association, said Dombeck and the Clinton administration have focused on roads to the exclusion of other elements that affect forest health. "To say that it is roads alone is missing the point and failing to address the issue," Nance said. "Roads may or may not be part of the forest health solution, but to say it is only roads is dangerously limited in scope. There is a bigger picture here. The national forests are dangerously sick. The General Accounting Office says 39 million acres (nationwide) are at risk for catastrophic fire," Nance said. The issue of roads in the national forests is a two-part dilemma. There is a ban on new-road construction. Last year, President Clinton called for eliminating construction of new roads on federal forests, and Dombeck has presided over a moratorium. The president also urged setting aside at least 50 million acres of roadless wilderness, which includes the most pristine federal timber land, for protections against logging, development and off- road vehicle use. A yearlong series of public hearings on that issue currently is under way. The land-protection issues are touchy ones, particularly in the West, where environmentalists, developers and timber interests have clashed over how much land should be set aside. "It's high time to have policy to monitor and reduce the expansion of the road network," Watson said. Parents are the key to top school ranking in Palo Alto By MICHELLE LOCKE Associated Press Writer PALO ALTO - It may not be too surprising that students at Walter Hays Elementary School outscored their peers across California in newly released school rankings. Turns out their parents did pretty well in school, too. A survey found 75 percent of Hays parents have not only completed college but gone on to graduate school, a ranking that reflects Palo Alto's setting. State rankings released Tuesday show Walter Hays performed the best of any elementary school on the state's 1999 achievement test. Ask parents and teachers what makes Hays exceptional and they come up with a "three Cs" formula - balanced curriculum, sufficient cash and community commitment. As a city in the eye of California's high-tech storm, the Palo Alto district doesn't face the financial crises of many urban schools. Although Hays' pinkish-brown, one-story buildings are far from lavish, computers are plentiful, there is a psychologist on staff part- time and all the teachers are credentialed. Hays lives up to its technology-rich setting with a snappy Web site and programs that blend Internet innovation with education basics. Students in Cathy Chowenhill's 4th-grade classroom, for instance,'participate in a program called "Pixies and Paintings," in which they draw a picture of a fantastic creature, write a detailed description of it and send the description sans picture to a 4th grade class in another school. The receiving team then attempts to recreate the picture from its description. Both pictures, the text and a critique of the reproduction are posted on the school's Web page. Like most suburban schools Hays is largely white, 76 percent, with Asians making up 13 percent of students. Hispanics and blacks each comprise 6 percent of the student body of about 400. Only 5 percent of the children qualify for federally subsidized lunch programs and in 1998-99 only seven students were normative English speakers. Statewide, about 25 percent of students coming to school do not speak English as a first language. Teachers and staff don't downplay the advantages they have. "I truly don't think we're any better than most of the rest of the schools in California. Kids come in well-prepared and parents support them. We're lucky," says Mrs. Chowenhill. "I think about teachers in districts that scored lower who are just as good as we are, they work just as hard as we do." The biggest factor in Hays success, says Ms. Piraino, is "the human contributions we get here." The average class gets at least four or five parent volunteers a year, allowing teachers to break their classes down into smaller groups and take on more ambitious activities. "If they're not able to be here, they're at home supporting what goes on in the classroom," Ms. Piraino said. "Kids are having trouble in school — they want to know, 'What can I do to help them? 1 " Among the parents volunteering at Hays on Tuesday was Paula Powell, there to help rehearse an upcoming school play. Getting involved is a natural in a community where "parents realize they're part of the equation," she said. Volunteering isn't the only thing that makes Ms. Powell a typical Hays parent. She's also working on her master's degree in psychology. 039-00 FICIIIi 00440 1-19,26,-2,9AX> 1-5.12,19,26/00 USINESS 036-00 1-19,26,2-2,9/00 003-00 THE FOLLOWING PER,SON(Sy IS(ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS: Utte Raacal'z Day Can 1990 Elm St. UMah, CA 95482 Rosemary Anna Brown ' 1990 Elm St. Ukiah.CA 95482 This business Is conducted by an Individual. 1 The registrant commenced U> transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on January 14, . 2000. Endorsed-Fiied on Janu- ary 14, 2000, at the Men- doclno County Clerks Office. /a/Rosemary A. Brown flOSEMARYA. BROWN r*IM NOi* lv wv— THE FOLLOWING .PERSONS) IS(ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS: ANNAHALA ESTATE VINEYARDS 11480 Anderson Valley Way, P.O.Box 487, Booneville,CA95415 George H. Bargner 11480 Anderson Valley Way, P.O. Box 487, Boonevilte. CA 95415 This business Is conducted by an Individual. The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on 3/01/2000. Endorsed-Filed on 1/03/2000, at the Mended- no County Clerks Office. /s/George H. Bergner GEORGE H. BERGNER 1-5,12,19,26/00 053-00 1-26.2-2,9,16/00 lie No.: 004025 THE -3 FOLLOWING , PERSON(S) IS(ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS: MED-A-BILL SYSTEMS 8029 Uva Dr. Redwood Valley, CA, 95470 Penny L. Black 8029 Uva Dr. Redwood Valley, CA, 95470 This business is conducted by an Individual. The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on January 13, 2000. Endorsed-Filed on January 13, 2000 at the Men- dodno County Clerks Office. /s/Penny L. Black PENNY L. BLACK i.:00-0001 THE FOLLOWING., ..,< ...... PERSONS) IS (ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS: BIG RIVER ASSOCIATES 18451 Orr Springs Road, Uklah, Ca 95482 ALLEN COOPERRIDER 18451 Orr Springs Road, Uklah, Ca 95482 ELS COOPERRIDER 18451 Orr Springs Road, Uklah, Ca 95482 This business is conducted by a General Partnership. The registrants commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above on January 1991 Endorsed-Filed on January 3, 2000. at the Mendodno County Clerks Office. /s/Allen Coqperrider ALLEN COOPERRIDER PUBLIC NOTICE •05540 1-26,2-2,9,16/00 File No.004009 THE FOLLOWING PER- SOWS) IS (ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS: CRAWFORDS SIGNS A ELECTRONIC REPAIR Tl28 S. State St. Ukiah.CA 95482 Steve Crawford 1128 S. State St. Ukiah.CA 95482 Stacle Crawford 1128 S. State St. Ukleh.CA 95482 The business is conducted by a Husband and Wife The registrant commenced Jb transact business under (Uie fictitious business flame or names listed above on: January 6,9000. Endorsed-Filed on; January 6,2000 at the Mendodno County darks Office. /s/Steve Crawford STEVE CRAWFORD Buy/SeVTrada/Rant In Classifieds!- PUBLIC NOTICE 05640 1-26/00 The Philbrick Family Trust Is planning to submit a Non-industrial Timber Management Plan in the Little North Fork of the Navarro River watershed, east of Comptche. Watercourses that could be affected Include un-named tributaries, Johnson Creek, Spooner Creek, Gulch 15 (Sheep Gulch, Halfway House Gulch, and the Little North Fork of the Navarro River. The proposed plan is located in portions of Sections 15, 16, 21, 22, 23, and 24, T16N, R15W, MDBM. H you have any knowledge of the source of any domestic water supply In the above watercourses that may be affected by the proposed operation, please contact the following person In writing within 10 days of the date of this notice. Chris Town, agent (on Philbrick Family Trust P.O. Box 225 Redwood Valk»y,CA 95470 PUBLIC NOTICE 04040 1-19,26/00 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Governing Board of the Mendodno-Lake Community College District, P.O. Box 3000, Uklah, CA 95482 Is accepting bids for the following work: RE-SIDE BUILDINGS All Specifications can be obtained from Mike Adams, Facility Services, at 1000 Hensley Creek Road, Room 4000. P.O. Box 3000, Uklah, CA 95482. Phone (707) 468-3076. Bid Opening pate-BMs will be opened at 1:00 p.m. bids must be submitted by SUMMONS (CITACION JUDICIAL) CASE NUMBER: (Numero del Caso) 81281 NOTICE TO DEFENDANT: (Aviso a Acusado) JOHN E. SHEEHAM , YOU ARE BEING SUED BY PLAINTIFF: (A Ud. le esta demandando) JOAN HAMILTON You have 30 CALENDAR DAYS after this summons is served on you to file a typewritten response at this court. A letter or phone call will not protect you; your typewritten response must be in proper legal form if you want the court to hear your case. If you do not file your response on time, you may lose the case, and your wages, money and property may be taken without further warning from the court. There are other legal requirements. You may want to call an attorney right away. If you do not know an attorney, you may call an attorney referral service or a legal aid office (listed in the phone Despues do qua le entreguen esta citadon judicial usted tlene ufi plazo do 30 DIAS CALENDARIOS para presenter una respuesta escrlta a maqulna en esta corte. Una carts o una llamada telefonlca no le ofrecera protection; su respuesta escrita a maqulna tlene quo cumpllr con las formalldades legates apropladas si usted qulere que la corte escuche su caso. SI usted no presenta su re- spuosta a tiempo, puede perder el caso, y le pueden qultar su salarlo, su dinero y otras cosas do su prople- dad sin aviso adldonal por parte de la corte. Brfsten otros requisites legates. Puede que usted qulera llamar a un abogado Inmedlatamente. SI no conoce a un abo- gado, puede llamar a un servicto de referenda de abo- gados o a una olicina de ayuda legal (vea at dlrectorio telefonlco). The name and address of the court is: (El nombre y direction de la corte es) SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF MENDOCINO, State and Perkins Streets, P. 0. Box 996, Uklah, CA 95482 The name, address and telephone number of plaintiffs attorney, or plaintiff without an attorney, Is: (El nombre, la direction y el numero de telefono del abogado del de- mandante, o del demandante que no tlene abogado, es) JONATHAN NEWMAN State Bar No.: 47353 22 SECOND STREET 6TH FLOOR SAN FRANCISCO, CA 95482 415-543-1137 DATE: (Fecha) June 7,1999 /s/Donna Sema DONNA SERNA.Deputy •South UKian" Little League Slgn-ups lan26&27,andFeb1st& 2nd 2000. 6:30-8:00 p.m. YOKAYO SCHOOL. $35.00 for first child, Must bring original birth- certificate, and a copy .Hopland res. for your convenience Ben Frey wi be avail. Jan. 28 & Feb.4 4:00-6:30p.m. at Hopland schl. cafeteria. For more information call Marie Heaney 4684739 HERPES •EverCLR. Stops Herpes Outbreaks! 96% success rate. Toll free: 1-877-EVERCLR Info: www.everclr.com NEW YEAR, NEW YOUI Lose Weight Today & Keep It off the Natural Way. 10-20 Ibs. a mo. (530)246-2492 Will L.L. Finley please call Ukiah, 707-462-7930 COUNTRY CONNECTIONS NEWSLETTER. Helping rural singles meet since 1986. Confidential, reputable plan. Free details: CCN. P.O. Box 406, Superior, Nebraska 6B978.E-mall: CountryconnectionsO kspress.com 30 LOST* FOUND FOUND: SMALL YOUNG COCKATIEL Vic. Oak Court Rd. S. Uklah. 462-3164 Lost: Set of Keys. Vic. S. State St. on sidewalk near Airport. If found call 459-1719 REWARD- LOST:Sat. 1/15 -Male Brindal Pitt Bull 2 1/2 yrs old. Vic. Cypress Av. near Todd Park 468-0714 TRAVEL OPPORTUNrnES 70 FOUND Jan. 10, Male _ab. look-a-like pup We. UKIAH Hl( SCHOOL, black w/white chest, no collar. 462-1441 Lovey's Tour Delux Reno Trips Starting at $45 Reservations contact Jam! Flores 707-972-6424 POETRY READING There will be a poetry reading at the Thure. Jan. 27 at 7 p.m. Bill Porter, a UMah resident & teacher at the Dharma Realm Buddhist Univ., has published a number of translations of works from Chinese philosophy, religion & art The works from which he will read Include his translation of (he poetry & sermons of the 14th century Chinese Zen monk. Mendoclno Book Co 102 S. School St 4664940 FOUND: 1/22/00 Female adult Pitt/Boxer mix, name Is Trouble* - expired tags. Vic. RdBRdwdVlyTolD or adopt Call Humane Society, Uva Or, HctwdVly 4854123 100 INSTRUCTION TRUCK/BUS DRIVING Join our training program! Be job ready in three • weeks. Includes food, lodging, transportation, training, placement.DMV fees.Call 800-764-2020 WANT ADS WORKI 1) MAILEU to Mike Adams, Mendoclno College, P. 0. Box 3000, Uklah, CA 95482 and by 1 :00 p.m. February 22, 2000: or 2) DELIVERED to and received Board Room 11060, Classroom/Administration Building, 1000 Hensley Creek Road, UMah, California between the hours of 12:45 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. February 22. 2000. Bids received after this time will be returned unopened. All bids shall be subject to the requirements of the bid specifications and in accordance with applicable laws, rules and regulations of the State of Caflfomia and the ~ • • nt. enterprises are encouraged to submit bids. The District reserves the right to reject any or all bids. By order of the Governing Board of the Mendodno-Lake Community College District. Date: June 2, 1999. 8/8 Cart Ehmann CARLEHMANN /tlll'l' li'Cl />c/ in Jo iif mil ( 'A/.vs///r</\ 20 PERSONALS Equally Yoked for long term relationships 4684183 Federal government. MBE/WBE/DVBE ^^ Menctodno-Lake Community College District Looking for » new borne? Find it In ClMiJfledl! N 1 01 V U AA a i a 0 2Z 1 91 W n T 4 J. Zl n a V 02 i 91 8 91 0 CZ 1 9 AA ei THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME by Hwtrl Arnold and HIM Arglrion Unscramble these lour Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form tour ordinary words. Yw, Ml me about your unwanted oftar. Dinner WHAT THE COMEPIAN KNOWN M> FOR Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. (Answers tomorrow) Yastardau's I Jumbles: GNOME SHINY EMBRYO PICNIC ,o»«..uojra Answer: The tlahtwad Investor watched this on-line — Answer: The tightwad investor watched this on-line HIS MONEY THE LEARNING CHALLENGER by Robert Bamett DIRECTIONS: A. Using each "Chaos Grid" number with its tetter one time, arrange the numbers with their letters for the "Order Grid" so each vertical column, horizontal row, and two diagonals each ADO to numbers inside thick lined cells. B. Some correct numbers with their letters have bean put into the "Order Grid" to get you started. Also, above the "Order Grid" is a "Decoded Message" clue. C. After you have solved the "Order Grid" doing as direction "A" says, put the let- tare from horizontal rows, from left to right, under "Decoded Message" and make words to form the answer. CHAOS GRID 15 S 14 M 17 W 9 L 10 N 21 L 12 T 7 L 16 L 22 O 13 W 18 1 8 1 11 A 23 O 20 A CLUE: AN ELEMENT DISCOVERER ORDER GRID W 9 L ' fl 7 L 14 M 16 L W 69 -ir 69 W • ft W Tft /2Q/20QQ DECODED MESSAGE:

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