•THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL- TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15,1987-1 1 Evangelist Robertson will run for president Va. (AP) — Television evangelist Pat Robert- ion, fresljf from an upset victory Over his -Republican rivals, said today be bjs exceeded his goal of 3 million sigtfttures in support of his presidential Campaign and will formally enter 1 'the race Oct. 1. Robertson also said he has received more than $10 million in contributions. At this! southern Virginia community wfcere he has his campaign headquarters. Robertson recalled in a prepared statement that a year ago lie began In effort to determine ff if there truly exists a grass-roots groundswell of support for a candidacy by me for the Republican nomination for the presidency of the United States." Standing in front of bundles of petitions, many headed "Go for It Pat," Robertson said his campaign "has to my satisfaction accumulated the names of an estimated 3.3 million Americans to encourage my candidacy." He said he would try to obtain Another 4 million names before the first primaries are held in 1988. Robertson claimed that in the early jousting of the 1988 campaign he won "clear-cut victories" in Michigan last summer and "an overwhelming victory" in a straw poll last weekend in Iowa. Asked if God was urging him to run, Robertson referred to the petitions and said, "The people are urging me to run." Robertson said he hopes to campaign without accepting federal matching funds, but, "If I have to I will." On the basis of contributions received so far, said Robertson, he would be eligible for about $5 mil- linn in federal matching funds. Robertson is the 57-year-old founder of the Christian Broadcasting Network, which he describes as the nation's fifth largest cable television network. He developed a large following as the host of CbN's "700 Club." Mini arket lUM *I,N! IIAKtS WITH TOW CLASSIFIED AD! Find uon Sized Bargains HI TIN Classifieds PUBLIC NOTICE Most forest fires contained, demobilization effort begins REDDING (AP) — Although gusty winds fanned some of the huge fires that destroyed nearly 600,000 acres of forests in California, the blazes did not jump their lines, and a gradual demobilization of fire crews began. Most of the lightning Tires have been contained, but high winds in Northern California Monday prompted firefighters to race to complete a line around a large area of flames in Klamath National Forest and parts of the Shasta- Trinity national forests. Because firefighters clearly gained the upper hand in the 1 9 days of fires, a phased, complete demobilization 10,000 firefighters remaining in the state began Monday throughout Northern California, according to Ray Schaaf of the U.S. Forest Service in Redding. At its peak, 14,000 firefighters were battling the most destructive blazes in California's history that began Aug. 20. About 12,000 dry lightning strides caused the blazes. About 400 firefighters were released Monday, said Schaff, and another 400 are expected to be released today, followed by an average of at least 500 a day after A certain number of firefighters are expected to remain indefinitely iiuCalifornia until the fires are out, bubthiu figure has not yet been determined, said Schaaf. 'We're at a very good point, really;?' said Cajpt. George Burke of the California Department of Forestry in' Sacramento. He said the fires have destroyed an estimated 538,471 acres in Northern California and 60,152 acres in Southern California. Winds up to 35 mph were expected to last through Wednesday, carrying with them the potential to fan flames and carry sparks beyond containment lines, said National Weather Service meteorologist Chris Fontana. No rain is expected over the fire areas. Nearly 150,000 acres in the Klamath have been charred by dozens of the fires that began in late August. About 2,800 acres in three areas are still burning out of control, but most of the fires have been con- tajncd. Some 8,000 firefighters are working to finish encircling 40,000 acres of flames with a containment line. In the Shasta-Trinity national forests, 79,250 acres have burned. The largest blaze in that area, the Limedyke complex covering 22,000 acres, was 85 percent contained Monday with complete containment expected Tuesday mom- ing, Burke said. Another 18,000-acre section, called the Gulch complex, was completely contained Saturday and was expected to be under control by Monday night. Three other areas were at least 60 percent contained, but a 6,500-acre section in the north was still burning wildly. All the fires in Southern California were declared fully contained Monday morning, said Sharon Stewart of the U.S. Forest Service in Riverside. The final blaze contained in Southern California was a 5,120-acre arson fire in the Cleveland National Forest, which was encircled with a 13-mile firebreak Sunday evening. INVITATION FOR BIDS The Northern Circle Indian Housing Authority will accept bids from qualified Indian and Non-Indian Contractors for construction of one community wastewater treatment and subsurface disposal system, three well pumps, approximately 1223 feet of 4 and 6-inch water main, approximately 304 feet of 8-inch sewer main, two pumphouses, chainfink fencing, site improvements, and other appurtenances as descnbed herein and/or shown on the attached plans (2 sets) entitled 1) 'Proposed Water System Improvements, Hopland Indian Rancheria", Drawing No. UFO-007 (4 pages) and 2) "Proposed Sanitation Facilities Improvements, Redwood Valley Indian Rancheria", Drawing No. UFO-002 (11 pages). Bid documents, including plans and specifications, may be obtained from Northern Circle Indian Housing Authority (NCIHA), 2191 South State Street, Ukiah, CA 95482. A $50.00 (fifty) dollar deposit for the bid documents will be required. This deposit is fully refundable upon return of all bid documents to NCIHA in an undamaged condition within 10 days after the bid opening date. (Ms. Dartene Tooley, (707) 468-1336) Sealed bids will be accepted until 2:00 p.m. (local time), October 7,1987, at which time a public bid opening will be held at the NCIHA office. All bidders claiming Indian Preference (see Special Conditions) must prepare and submit with their bid an "INDIAN ENTERPRISE QUALIFICATION STATEMENT". The statement forms are included with the bid package. Failure to submit this statement with the bid, completed in its entirety, will result in the bidder being ineligible for consideration for Indian Preference in the award ot contract. 9-15, 16, 1987 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE INVITING BIDS SECTION 00011 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Point Arena Joint Union High School acting by and through its Governing Board will receive up to and no later than Friday, October 9,1987, at 3:00 p.m. sealed bids for the award of contract for the furnishing of all labor, materials, transportation and services required for the POINT ARENA HIGH SCHOOL RECONSTRUCTION. Bids will be received at the office of Dennis McCrosky and Associates, Structural Engineers, P.O. Box 707, 951 Ukiah Street, Mcndocino, California 95460 and shall be opened and publicly read aloud in the conference room at the above stated time. Each bid must conform and be responsive to this invitation, the plans and specifications ana all other documents comprising the pertinent contract documents. Copies of the plans and specifications are on file and open to public inspection at the office of Dennis McCrosky and Associates, Structural Engineers, P.O. Box 707, 951 Ukiah Street, Mendocino, California 95460 and may be obtained by contractors liceVieed by the California State Contractors License Bureau. The bidders shall possess at the time the bid is awarded the following classification(s) contractors California state license "B" — General Contractor "C" — appropriate subcontractors. Each bid shall be made out on a Form of Proposal (Bid Form) to be obtained at said office in which contract documents are on file. Pursuant to the provisions of Sections 1770 and 1773 of the Labor Code of the State of CaUfor-t nia, the Director of the Department of Industrial Relations' of the State of California, has ascertained the general prevailing rate of wages and employer payments for health and welfare, vacation, pension, and similar purposes in the county in which the work is to be performed and as set forth in the schedules on file in the District Office. No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of 45 days ANNOUNCEMENTS 1. NOTICES 2 PERSONALS' 3 LOST*FOUND 4 CMD Of THANKS 5 IN MEMOftlANS 6 MEETINGS*EVENTS 7 TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES GENERAL MERCHANDIS6. 4 (TNEWI USED EQUIPMENT 41 MUSICAL'INSTRUMENTS 42 BOATS 4 3 tUILOING SUPPLIES 44 FURNITURE 4 5 WANTED TO BUY. 4C APPLIANCES 47 ANTIQUES 4 8 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 49GARMESALES 10 INSTRUCTION 11 EMPLOYMENT WANTED 12 HELP WANTED '13 SALES HELP WANTED 14 CHILD CARE 50 PETS/SUPPLIES 51 LIVESTOCK 5 2 FARM EQUIPMENT S3'FEED/PASTURE SUPPLIES 54 EQUIPMENT RENTALS 5S PRODUCE OPPORTUNITIES 20 SERVICES OFFERED 21 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 22 MONEY TO LOAN 23 MONEY WANTED 24 INVESTMENTS 2 5 BUSINESS RENTALS 60. AVIATION . 55 PRODUCE 61 REC. VEH/CAMPING 62 MOTORCYCLES 63 AUTO TIRES/ ACCESSORIES 64 AUTO SERVICE 65 : CARS/TRUCKS WANTED : 66. AUTO EXCHANGE 67 TRUCKS FOR SALE 68 CARS FOR SALE 30 APTS UNFURNISHED 31 APTS FURNISHED 32 DUPLEXES 3 3 HOMES UNFURNISHED 3 4 HOMES FURNISHED 3 S ROOMS FOR RENT 3 6 REST HOMES 37 WANTED TO RENT 3 8 WANTED TO SHARE RENT 39 MOBILES I SPACES categories continued. REAL ESTATE. 70 REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE 71 REAL ESTATE WANTED 72 MOBILE HOMES FOR • SALE 73 MOBILE HOMES WITH LAND 74 INCOME PROPERTY 75 RANCHES 76 LOTS/ACREAGE 77 REAL ESTATE RATES KSTIUV M.OO/DAY Chttk this out! 4 lines 15 days. $ 15.00. Ads must be ptid in advance. You may get a rebate if you cancel your ad before 15 days. Let classified help you buy or sell. 4 lines, 5 times, $4.00. $500. Maximum total all items. Items must be priced in ad. Each additional line $1.00. No adjustment for early cancellation. Cash in advance required. 4 lines, 7 times, $2.00. (6 times in Journal, 1 time in B.C.) $100. Max. total. COPT ACCIPTANCI The Daily Journal reserves the right to edit or withhold publication and may exercise its discretion in acceptance or classification of any and all advertisini. New Family Want Ads, corrections and cancellations before 4:30 p.m. the day before publication, Tues-Fri. Sunday publication, Friday 4:30 p.m. and Monday publication: Frid? at 4:30 p.m. also. CIIDIT Credit is extended to persons within the Journal's circulation area with a listing in the phone book. Bills are payable when rendered. Out of town ads and some classifications are payable in advance. When placing your want ad always asK lor tne ad to be reputed back to you. Check your ad (Many errors .'.he FIRST DAY. The Daily Journal VPbe responsible tor only one incorrect insertion and no greater extent than the cost of the space occupied. MALA MO Rates for the Dial-A-Pro are monthly. Any ad running less than one month will be billed the regular earned rate. Changes are made on ' Tuesdays. Deadline: Monday 4:30 p.m. MINDOLAKEIUYEBSMJIDE All ads published in Friday's Journal ar automatically inserted in the Mendo-U e Buyers Guide. Family rates include Buyers. Guide. Commercial accounts are charged. FAMILY I COMMERCIAL RATE CARDS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST OUR HELPFUL COURTEOUS ADVISORS ARE AT YOUR SERVICE MOH-FRI 8-5 Journal CLASSIFIED 468-0123 - -^^^ • , . PUBLIC NOTICE after the data set tor the bid opening. The Board of Trustees reserves the right to reject any and all bids and waive any informalities or irregularities in the bid opening. POINT ARENA JOINT UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT, P.O. Box 87,200Lake Street, Point Arena, California 95468 (2215) Week of September 14-21 9-14, 15, 16. 17, 18, 20, 21, 1987 Please place the following Classified ad in the Ukiah Dally Journal for limes. Enclosed is S to pay h LINE! LINE 2 P.V.- .' I LINEi LINE 5 LINE 6 UNE 7 LINE* LINE 9 UNE10 l. S;- 3, FILL OUT YOUR AD WITH ONE CHARACTER PER iOX. EACH LINE HAS 25 BOXES. LEAVE AN OPEN SPACE BETWEEN EACH WORD. USt ONE SPACE FOR PUNCTUATION MARKS. SENIOR CITIZEN 4 !in«s/|4°° $$00 maximum total all Items. Items must be priced In id. Each additional line ft. No adjustiwnt for'early cancellation .. SUPER BUY 14tim«s4lin*»/$15 00 This is our best rate, but your ad has to be paid for in advance. You may get a rebate if you cancel your ad before 15 days. for Commercial Rate's please refer to rate card. These^re tor Frlvate Party Advertisers ONLY! BARGAIN BUY 7tim«s4lln«t/$2" $100 maximum total for all Items. Items must be priced in ad. Copy plus $2 must be mailed or delivered to the Journal, 590 $. School St., P.O. Box 749, Ukiah. Absolutely no phone calls or credit sales will be allowed on this very special offer. NAME ADDRESS ClTY STATE ZIP- CHECK CREDIT CARP NUMIER CREDIT CARD NAME EXP. DATE. L MAIL er BRING YOUR AD TO: UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL 590$. School St. or P.O. Box 749, UKIAH, CA 95489 010 NOTICES LET ME PUT 'A Personal Touch' in doing your Dept. of Motor Vehicles Paper Work. Jim Rickel, 485-7915 24 hre. 020 PERSONALS 030 LOST & FOUND LOST Female Manx Cat, white w/ Siamese Markings. No tail, vie. of Dora & Wabash 9/05/87. 468-9652 Aft 7pm. LOST near General Hospital neutered male Siamese Mix blue eyes, pink nose, brown flea collar. Please call 462-7221. REWARD- Lost Change Purse with jewelry inside. No questions asked. Call 462-9442 or 463-3902. FAMOUS PSYCHIC- Carl Logan from Dallas, Texas. Wilbe here for a short time. For ESP party, private reading or regression, 459-4398. If you are a alngle tall, good looking white Male and have your head on straight and don't think you can Walk on Water, not into drugs or heavy drinking, then I may be the one 4 U. Short, petite, attractive, single white female, new to area, no kids but a great sense of humor. If you think you meet my. standards repy to Box 866, c/o UDJ P.O. Box 749, Ukiah, CA 95482. REWARDI Lost dog- Young female mixed breed (Lab type). Tan with some white. Last seen near Wards & Thrifty Drugs, South State St., Ukiah. Has had recent orthopedic surgery on rear leg. Missing tor approx. 3 weeks. Please call 485-9556 or 485-7307 with information. 110 EMPLOY. WANTED HOUSE MAINT. & IMPROVEMENTS Free est. Call Don, 462-1228 after 6pm. A7n TRAVEL U7U OPPORTUNITIES JOURNALIST wants to discuss UFO sightings, alien encounters, and related phenomena in Mendocino County and North Coast, My purpose is to gather material for publication in a fashion that does not mock your experience. Confidentiality guaranteed, if you desire. Reply to Box 849 c/oUDJ, P.O. Box 749, Ukiah. SEPT. 18-20- Reno Air Races, $98 - $30 Bonus OCT. 10-11- Amtrack Reno, $98 per person OCT30-NOVlTahoe,$75 _per person Rainbow Tour & Charter 485-0848 1-800-4-FUN-BUS MASONRY/ CARPENTRY Reasonable Rates Free Estimates Call Bruce 462-0678 120 HELP WANTED ACCEPTING Applications at Wendy's for flexible daytime shifts. Starting at up to $3.75/hr. Meal benefits also. Apply in person, 410 E. Perkins. EOE. IMMEDIATE EMPLOYMENT Good part time jobs. Learn a trade & get job experience with the California National Guard. Paid training & benefits. Up to $17,000 avail, for college. Veterans enlist at old rank. 462-0456. BLUE LAKES LODGE Taking applications - Waitress, Cooks, Handy Man & Bartender. 275-2178. BREAKFAST- Lunch Cook Needed. Must be willing to work weekends. Ability will negotiate wage. Apply in person btwn. 9am-5pm, Club Calpella, 6175 N. State St. 485-8630. 100 INSTRUCTION TRAIN to be a Radio Announcer! On the job training at local stations participating in the area. Highly selective, by audition only. No exp. req. Tuition fee. Call 'The Radio Connection' for free brochure 1-800-334-3030. STOP SMOKING in two treatments. Also for pain & many other problems; call the Acupuncture Clinic of Dr. Grace Liu, C.A., O.M.D., 462-1211. 030 LOST& FOUND FOUND S. Main & Mill St. Small tan & white Male .10 mo. to a year. Call f-5386. 110 EMPLOYMENT WANTED ANY HOME REPAIRS Remodeling, plumbing, elec., decks, patios, fenced, complete int. & ext. painting. After 5, 462-8348, Dennis or 463-1487, Tom. CAREER ORIENTED EMT-l's/ EMT-ll's Wanted. $1,000-$1,400 monthly. Medical/ dental insurance, uniforms, continuing education. Positions available now. Contact Craig Lemke, NPES, Ukiah, (707) 463-1113. CHEESECAKE LADY Full Time Retail & Full Time Bakery Work. Avail, immediately. Apply in person Hopland. LOST Airedale female. Brown & black. Vic. of Potter Vry area. 8/23/87. 743-1923. Reward! LOST: Canon Underwater Camera. Reward! Call 462-2095. LOST Empire Bush St. area: 3!4 mo. old dark brown Lab/ Ridgeback mix female puppy. Name ' "Corina". luppy. Nam 462-7938. EXPERIENCED Carpenter, Dependable, Hardworking and Precise. I can fabricate & install quality architectural woodwork. Let's discuss your needs soon. Jim 462-0738. FREE LANCE ARTIST AVAILABLE: Layout, Paste Up, Editing, Copy Writing, Art Work, Typesetting, Photos, Posters - Reasonable Rates; Call Carolyn 744-1804. CLASSROOM INSTRUCTIONAL AIDES Full Time. $6.50/per hr + excel, benefits . Philo area 829-2844. COUNSELOR for adolescent boys group home. Over nights, weekends. Resume to Box 862 c/o UDJ, P.O. Box 749, Ukiah. DECK HANDS Extensive travel. Train aboard ship. Good pay & benefits. Ages 17-34. HSgrad., U.S. citizenship; required. Call toll free: 1-800-345-6289, Mon.-Thurs., 9 to 3pm HELP HOME REPAIRS & Maint. any kind. Remodel or new construction, framing, concrete, elect., plumbing. Exp. carpenter & concrete work. Have tools & truck. Will travel. 468-5822 aft. 5pm for Ed. DELI ppl 1212 South State. Apply In Person DENTAL ASSISTANT- Exper. preferred but will train right person. Progressive, team approach, patient oriented office with strong preventive emphasis. Resume to Box 865 c/o UDJ, P.O. Box 749, Ukiah.
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