Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on September 15, 1987 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15,1987 COMMUNITY JOURNAL CLASSIFIED 468-0123 THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL Jail and Bail fundraiser this week By U BE1 WEN There is still space available in the jail for anyone wanting to participate in the American Cancer Society's second annual Jail and bail fundraiser. The event, slated for Friday and Saturday at the Pear Tree Shopping Center, involves people in the community arranging for the arrest of friends, relatives, co-workers, bosses, teachers, parents and so on. According to Lee Adams, cochairman of the affair, anyone wishing to have someone arrested should call the society office, 462-7642, with the name of the person they want arrested and the charges being made against the person. "The 'squealer* pays a tax deductible arrest fee of $20 to the ACS, and during the event those arrested must raise their bail. "All the money benefits the cancer society," Adams said. The person will be arrested Friday or Saturday by an off-duty policeman, served a warrant and taken to the jail constructed in the shopping center. The arrestees will go before a judge and bail will be set They will be photographed in basic black and white stripes, and provided a telephone. They will nave an hour to Li Bei Wen Michael Harris, center, knows he doesn't have a chance getting out of the trumped up charges leveled against him because his wife Is the judge. Harris, Ukiah's city planner, will face the music during this year's Jail and Ball fund raising by the American Cancer Society. Judge Jerl Harris will make sure, with help from Sgt. Chuck Durfee of the Uklah Police Dept. place calls for pledges to raise their bail fee. Pizza and soft drinks will be served the prisoners during their incarceration. Adams said almost $10,000 was raised in the very successful first attempt last year, and the event garnered a lot of visibility and community support for the Mendocino- Lake Unit of the American Cancer Society. Sponsors of Jail and Bail this year are Domino's Pizza and K- WINE. Judging the arrestees will be Colleen Henderson, Martha Barra, Ardis Brower, Diane Shugart, Lee Sandelin, and Jeri Harris. Adams said last year's event was enjoyed by the participants and the public alike with several attempted escapes, an arrest which took place in a local restaurant, and many prayers on bended knees for clemency. "It's a fun, easy way to raise money and to create a greater public awareness of the ACS's goals and purposes," said Stan Janiak, executive director of the local unit. He added, "We hope many people who enjoyed watching last year will get in on the fun and participate. Have your wife or husband, your teacher, your boss, your parents, your friend, or an enemy arrested. You will also be helping us as we assist the cancer patients in this community." Thejewelry 1 LARGES Selection, Quality, Price & Guarantee We Offer the Best. 280 STSchool St. Downtown Ukiah NO PAPER? Former residents visit Ukiah Among the recent visitors In Uklah for St. Mary of the Angels Catholic Church centennial was Sister Mary Alan, former principal of St. Mary's School (left), who Is shown visiting with Marlene and Dr. Robert Werra, and Vlnce Angell (right). Other former residents of the area who gathered for the celebration were Father Roger Lamoureux, Father Valerian O'Leary, Monslgnor Andre Tournler, Monslgnor Thomas Keys, Father Gerald Barren and sisters Robertlna, Renllde Cade, Phlllls Marie, Frances Clare, Eileen Marie Ahem and Lawrence Marie. They dined at Fetzer's Valley Oaks Ranch in Hopland. Black and white ball slated for Oct. 17 Committees have been organized and tickets printed for the third annual Black and White Ball, sponsored by the Sun House Guild. The event, which began as a celebration of a half completed museum, this year will celebrate the first anniversary of the Grace Hudson Museum opening, and 75th year of the construction of the Sun House. The event is slated for Oct. 17 at Carl Purdy Hall, Ukiah Fairgrounds. Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres will be served from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Dinner will be served at 8. Dancing will be from 9 p.m. to 1, to the music of Skylark. However, the evening will begin with a viewing of "Treasures from The Sun House," being exhibited at the museum. Doors will be open from 5 to 6:30 p.m. There will be no charge. This semi-formal event is black The Circulation Department of the Ukiah Daily Journal is open from 8am- 7pm Monday-Friday and 7am-10am Sunday Morning. If you fail to receive your paper by 5pm weekdays or by 7am Sunday please call the Circulation Department at 468-0123 "We Care' and white dress, although'this is not a requirement to attend. • Tickets, at $25 per person, may be obtained at the Sun House or the Hudson Museum, or they may be reserved by phoning Pat Fernandez, general chairman, at 462-8400. Deadline for reservations is Oct. 10. No tickets will be sold after that date. A London broiled dinner will be served. Proceeds from this year's event will go toward restoration of the Sun House, home of John and Grace Carpenter Hudson, known the world around for their interest in preserving the culture of the Porno Indians. Paintings of Grace Hudson depicted many interesting areas of Indian life. Many artifacts were collected by her doctor husband for preservation in the Smithsonian Museum. CHIT CHAT Calendar— TONIGHT FREE SENIORS' PHYSICAL FITNESS CLASS, 4:30 p.m., Autumn Leaves Retirement Apartments, 425 Gobbi St., Uklah. AEROBICS FOR WOMEN, by Body and Soul, 5:30 to 6-30 p.m.. Evangelical Free Church, 750 Yosemite Dr., Ukiah: Call 462-6567 or 462-2305. OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS, 6 p.m.. 741IS. Oak St., Uklah. Open to public. No dues. No fees. No weigh-ins. Call 485-6889. SPANISH SPEAKING AA, 6 p.m., 2205 S. State St., Ukiah. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS, 6-7 p.m., 2181 S. State St., Ukiah. UKIAH KIWAMS CLUB, 6:10 p.m.. Elks Lodge Hall, 1700 Hastings Rd., Ukiah. AAUW buftot dinner, Manor Inn, 920 N. State St.: cocktails 6-7 p.m., dinner 7. BOY SCOUT TROOP 76, 7 p.m., Calvary Baptist Church, 465 Luce St., Ukiah. NORTH COAST STRIDERS, running dub, 7 p.m., 259 S. s3wolI StTUKtah. CaH Alan Mellon, 4*2-8404. MENDO-LAKE CARDIAC SUPPORT GROUP, 7-9 p.m., SentorCitizenCenter, 407LeslieSt, Ukiah. MENDOLAKE CARDIAC SUPPORT GROUP, 7-9 p.m., Ukiah SeniorCitizen Center. 495 Leslie St., Ukiah. BOY SCOUT TROOP 46, 7-9 P.m.. First Presbyterian Church, comer Perkins and Dora Streets, Ukiah. ROUND DANCE WORKSHOP, 7-10 p.m., multi-purpose room, Frank Zeek School. BOY SCOUT TROOP 65, 7:30 p.m., United Methodist Church, 270 N. Pine St.. Ukiah. PAREGRINE CHAPTER, Audubon 7:30 p.m., Ukiah Methodist Church, 270 N. Pine St., Ukiah. SHERIFF'S AIR RESCUE SQUADRON, 7:30 p.m., Sher iff's station, 951 Low Gap Rd, Ukiah. AL-ANON FAMILY GROUP, 8 p.m., 741 S. Oak St., Ukiah. In rear of building. GRATITUDE AA MEETING, 8 p.m.. 640 Orchard Ave., Ukiah. WEDNESDAY NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS, 6 a.m. open speaker discussion, 2181 S. State St, Ukiah. FARMERS' MARKET, 8 a.m. to 2, Redwood Empire Fairgrounds, Ukiah. (Through Sept. 12.) AEROBICS FOR WOMEN, by Body and Soul, 8:30 a.m., Evangelical Free Church. 750 Yosemite Dr. Call 462-2305 or 462-8587. FELLOWSHIP GROUP AA MEETINGS, 8:30 a.m.. 12 noon (living sober), 6:30 p.m. (women's closed), 8 p.m., 2205 S. State St. Call 463-1199. REFILL CLINIC, 9 a.m. to 12:45. Mendocino County Health Department, 890 N. Bush St., Ukiah. 468-4461. FOOD BANK, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., 1330B S. State St. Commodities and cheese distributed. STD (Sexually Transmitted Diseases) CLINIC, 9 a.m. to 2:30, County Health Department, 890 N. Bush St., Ukiah. Please call for appointment. FREE PREGNANCY TESTING AND COUNSELING, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.,- Pregnancy Counseling Center, 331 N. School St, Ukiah. Phone 463-1436 (24 hour hotline). CREATIVE MOVEMENT FOR PRE-SCHOOLERS, 9:15 to 10 a.m., Ukiah Gymnastics, 782 Waugh Lane. SENIORS' WATER EXERCISE CLASS, 10 a.m., Municipal Park Pool, Walnut Street and Park Boulevard, in Todd Grove Park, Ukiah. TOYBRARY, 10 to 11:30 a.m. and 2 to 3:30 p.m., Parent- child Information Center, 262 E. Smith St., Ukiah. Toys available for play and to check out for the week. SENIOR DAY CARE SERVICE, 55 and over for socializing and care, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., 640 Orchard Ave., Ukiah. For information phone 462-7207. SUN HOUSE & HUDSON MUSEUM, open from 10 a.m. to 4:30, 431 S. Main St., Ukiah. MENDOCINO COLLEGE COMMUNITY CHOIR, noon, Room 1200, Classroom Building, campus, 1000 Honsley Creek Rd. CREATIVE DRAMATICS FOR PRE-SCHOOLERS, 11 to 11:45 a.m., Saturday Afternoon Club, Church and Oak streets. GRATITUDE GROUP AA MEETING, 1 p.m., 640 Orchard Ave. KNITTING AND CROCHETING CLASS lor seniors, 1 to 3 p.m., Ukiah Senior Center, 495 Leslie St, Ukiah. CPR for citizens at Ukiah General Recent changes in cardippul- mpnary resuscitation techniques will be discussed this evening during a free lecture at Ukiah General Hospital, 1120 S. Dora St. Cheryl Kier, R.N., will discuss procedural advancements in this lifesaving skill, starting at 7 p.m. in the hospital's conference center. Her lecture also will cover the five CPR course designations currently being taught by the American Heart Association and the American Red Cross. There will be CPR demonstrations, and information will be available on places where CPR courses may be taken in this area. Tune will be set aside for questions. More information may be obtained by phoning the hospital, 462-3866, ext. 249. JV cheerleaders plan car wash Ukiah High School's junior varsity cheerleaders have planned a benefit car wash Saturday, Sept. 19, at Buck's Chevron Station, located at 1720 N. State St. The event will be from 9 a.m. to 5. Simple car wash will be $2, with 50 cents extra for vacuuming; 50 cents for inside windows; and 50 cents extra for vans. Julie Carpenter of the JV cheer leaders, announced funds will be used for uniforms and traveling expenses. Imperial ! Savings i always | seem to ! j rate a j ! little higher.! J7.150%! ANNUAL RATE 7.344% oi War resisters meet Sept. 16 War Resisters League will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 16, at the 106 Stanley Street Environmental Center to discuss local and global action. Items for discussion during the meeting, which is to anyone interested, will include the 120,000 children who die unnecessarily every three days (the very toll of casualties following the bombing of Hiroshima), according to James Grant, director of" the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund. Cinco de Mayo coronation Since 1972, the Concilio Ladno Americano has celebrated Mexican Independence with a grand coronation ball. This year's Fiestas Patrias will be Sept. 19. The coronation dance- will begin at 8 p.m. at Carl Purdy Hall. Coronation ceremonies wiU be at 10 p.m. The celebration has become the only big fundraiser the concilio does to raise money for scholarships for hispanic youth. Stone & Gem meets Sept. 16 Plans for the annual gem show, Oct. 17 and 18, will be on the agenda for the Wednesay, Sept. 16, meeting of Ukiah's Stone and Gem Club. Club members and guests will gather at 7 p.m. at the Municipal Park Clubhouse, 600 Park Blvd. Plowshares collects rummage Preparations . for Plowshares second annual rummage sale are underway. Volunteers are gathering rummage for the event to be Oct. 10 and 11 'at 120 W. Standley St. "We are looking for clean, good quality children's clothing as well as winter clothing," according to Heidi Vaughn, volunteer coordinator of the event. "We also are looking for furniture," she said. KAccording to Vaughn, clean, usable items may be dropped off at Plowshares, ISO Luce Ave., between 9 a.m. and 2, weekends and at Mendocino Environmental Center, 106 W. Standley St. weekdayds. More information may be obtained by phoning the Plowsh- nares office, 462-8582; or Vaughn at 468-8339. I | ANNUAL YIELD | J 6 MONTH/$500 MINIMUM CD I |7650%i ! 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