Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on September 16, 1987 · Page 11
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Guidelines issued on refusing medical care •THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL- WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16,1987- 1 1 WASHINGTON (AP)—A panel of medical ethics specialists today released guidelines for halting life-sustaining treatment and allowing patients to die, but it said care must be taken to guard against "mercy killing." The report by The Hastings Center, a New York research institute specializing in medical ethics, said patients or their designated decision-makers should be. able to refuse life- sustaining treatment when there is no reasonable prospect for recovery. Susan wolf, an attorney who directed the privately funded, two-year study by a 20-member panel, said jhe report picks up where a 1983 study by a presidential biomedical ethics dom- mission left off. The 150-page report offers detailed guidelines to assist patients, health care workers, hospitals and nursing homes make decisions leading up to termination of treatment, Wolf said in an interview. The panel, drawn from the fields of medicine, law, ethics, nursing and health care administration, defined life-sustaining treatment as any medical practice intended to forestall death, such as use of blood dialysis, breathing machines, transfusions and feeding tube's. The group concluded that there is no significant ethical distinction between withholding treatment to begin with and withdrawing it at a later date. It is often preferable to try a life- sustaining treatment to see if it has desired effects than not to use it at all, but this is not a commitment to continue, it said. The guidelines also say designated surrogates for incapacitated patients should follow the patient's directives on ending care. If there are no directives, such as "living wills," the rep- resentative should apply the patient's values and preferences in trying to decide as the patient would. A refusal of treatment even when the result will be death is different from mercy killing or assisting in suicide, practices the committee said are rightfully forbidden. Suicide and mercy killing involve doing something to cause an earlier death, while refusing treatment is making a choice not to delay death with unhelpful treatments that don't promise a better outcome, the report said. Leslie S. Rothenberg, an attorney who is a fellow at the Hastings Center and a clinical ethicist in Los Angeles, said in a dissent attached to the report that he was concerned that unscrupulous people preoccupied with containing health care costs might use the report to deny treatment to certain people. Rothenberg said in a telephone interview that he endorsed" most of the report's recommendations, including offering the option of treatment termination to terminally ill and incurable patients. But he said he disagreed with including patients with "disability that is severe and irreversible" and those who "suffered an irreversible loss of consciousness." "There are a lot of people who have severe disabilities who are perfectly happy to be living," he said. Rothenberg said the elderly, demented and disabled are in danger of being undervalued and considered unworthy of care in a health care monetary crisis. The Hastings Center is a nonpartisan study organization supported by grants from foundations, membership dues, and gifts from individuals and corporations, Wolf said. Mini IEACN ova UNI mint ^ •^, **•.*. 1*«U»1 I ANNOUNCEMENT S NOTICES PERSONALS LOST ft FOUND CARD OF THANKS IN MEMOftlANS 6 MEETINGS ft EVENTS 7 TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 40 NEW ft USED EQUIPMENT 41 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 42 MATS . 4 3 BUILDING SUPPLIES 44 FURNITURE 45 WANTED TO BUY 46 APPLIANCES 4? ANTIQUES 4 (MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 49 GARAGE SALES EMPLOY 10 INSTRUCTION 11 EMPLOYMENT WANTED 12 HELP WANTED 13 SALES HELP WANTED 14 CHILD CARE San Jose controls 'dangerous dogs' SAN JOSE (AP) — New regulations calling for public hearings to determine a dog's viciousness have been approved by the San Jose City Council. The council voted 11-0 on Tuesday in favor of the new rules that unlike a recent Santa Clara County ordinance, the regulations do not ban pit bulls. "In my mind, pit bulls are guilty until proven innocent," said Councilwoman Susan Hammer. The new regulations allow the animal control department to hold a hearing to determine the viciousness of a dog that someone has complained has bitten or threatened them. 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 win 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, Mondocino, 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 and 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 licensed 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 If the dog is found to be vicious, owners must have a special permit, provide special housing and identification, along with $50,000 in public liability insurance. The dog must be kept in an enclosure and on a three-foot leash attached to a harness and muzzle. Warning signs must be posted nearby. If the pet's owner doesn't comply, the dog can be confiscated and disposed of by animal control authorities. In June, a 2-year-old Morgan Hill boy was mauled to death by a pit bull dog that lived next door to him. 50 PETS/SUPPLIES 51 LIVESTOCK 5 2 FARM EQUIPMENT S3 FEED/PASTURE SUPPLIES S 4 EQUIPMENT RENTALS 55 PRODUCE CUIUFHD At; RATES BEST IVY '1.00/DAY dwell this out! 4 lines 15 days. $15.00. Ads must be paid in adnnce. You may get a rebate if you cancel your ad before 15 days. Let classified help you buy or sell. MNIOtlATI 4 lints, 5 times, $4.00. $500. Maximum total ill items. Items must be priced in ad. Etch additional line $ 1.00. No adjustment for early cancellation. Cash in admnce required. BANAM BOX 4 lines, 7 times, $2.00. (6 times in Journal, 1 time in B.C.) $100. Max. total. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 20 SERVICES OFFERED 21 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 22 MONEY TO LOAN 23 MONEY WANTED 24 INVESTMENTS 25 BUSINESS RENTALS COPY Acomiici The Daily Journal reserves the right to edit or withhold publication and may exercise its discretion in acceptance or classification of any and all advertisinf. WON 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 SALF New Family Want Ads, corrections and cancellations before 4:30 p.m. the day before publication, Tues-Fri. Sunday publication, Fri- day4:30 p.m. and Monday publication: Frid? at4:30Vm7aTso. 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. PUBLIC NOTICE 1770 and 1773 of the Labor Code of the State of Califor-. 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 after the date .set for 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 87,200 Lake Street, Point Arena, California 95468 (2215) Week of September 14-21 9-14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 1987 30 APTS UNFURNISHED 31 APTS FURNISHED 3 2 DUPLEXES 3 3 HOMES UNFURNISHED 3 4 HOMES FURNISHED 3 5 ROOMS FOR RENT 36 RESTHOMES 37 WANTED TO RENT 3 8 WANTED TO SHARE RENT 39 MOBILES ft SPACES categories continued. REAL ESTATE 70 REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE 71 REAL ESTATE WANTED .7 2 MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE 73 MOBILE HOMES WITH LAND 74 INCOME PROPERTY 75 RANCHES 76 LOTS/ACREAGE 77 REAL ESTATE When placini your want ad always ask for the ad to be repeated tack to you. Check your ad fpiany errors .'.he FIRST DAY. The Daily Journal wte responsible for only one incorrect insertion and no iraater extent than the cost of the space occupied. BIALAMO Rates for the Dial-A-Pro are monthly. Any ad runninf less than one month will be billed the regular earned rate. Chantes are made on Tuesdays. Deadline: Monday 4:30 p.m. MINDOLAKIIUYIH GUIDE All ads published in Friday's Journal are automatically inserted in the Mendo-Lake Buyers Guide. Family rates include Buyers Guide. Commercial accounts are charged. PUBLIC NOTICE 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, approxj- mately 1223 feet of 4 and 6-inch water main, approximately 304 feet of 8-inch sewer main, two pumphouses, FAMILY ft COMMERCIAL RATE CARDS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST OUR HELPFUL COURTEOUS ADVISORS ARE AT YOUR SERVICE MON-FRI 8-5 Journal CLASSIFIED 460-0123 PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE chainlink fencing, site improvements, and other appurtenances as described 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 Please place the following Classified ad in the Ukiah Dally Journal for _ limes. Enclosed is S —to nay lor this ad. LINEl LINE 2 LINE 3 LINEi LINES LINE 6 LINE 7 LINES LINE 9 LINE10 , • • '- j «• 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 of contract. 9-15, 16, 1987 030 LOSt & FOUND PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE LOST: Male Shepherd Pit Bull Mix. Brown brindle. Approx. 3 yrs. Name "Ace". Also, 6 week old female Black Lab. 485-8391 or 462-9633. REWARD! 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 for approx. 3 weeks. Please call 485-9556 or 485-7307 with information. A7A TRAVEL U7U OPPORTUNITIES FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 87-0369 The following persons are doing business as: OAK AND VINE ACORN REALTY 19597 Center St., Castro Valley, CA 94546 Daniel W. Smith 24842 Tioga Rd., Hayward. CA 94544 Hildred R. Smith 24842 Tioga Rd., Hayward, CA 94544 This business is con-, ducted by Individuals — Husband and Wife. /s/Daniel W. Smith This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Mendocino County on Aug. 28, 1687. 9-2, 9, 16, 23, 1987 PUBLIC NOTICE 010 NOTICES Mendocino College will be accepting bids for the purchase of Automotive Department Equipment. Anyone interested in receiving a copy of this bid please contact Debi Bright at (707) 468-3068 before 3:00pm September 21, 198/ at which time all bids should be received and will be opened. 9-13, 16, 1987 SEPT. 18-20- Reno Air Races, $98 - $30 Bonus OCT. 10-11- Amtrack Reno, $98 per person OCT 30-NOV1 Tahoe, $75 per person Rainbow Tour & Charter 485-0848 1-800-4-FUN-BUS LET ME PUT 'A Personal Touch' in doing your Dept. of Motor Vehicles Paper Work. Jim Rickel, 485-7915 24 hrs. 020 PERSONALS 100 INSTRUCTION TRAIN to be a Radio An- nouncerl On the job training at local stations participating in the area. Highly selective, by audition only. No exp. req. Tuition fee. Call 'The Radio Connection 1 for free brochure 1-800-334-3030. 020 PERSONALS 1. FILL OUT YOUR AD WITH ONE CHARACTER PER BOX. EACH LINE HAS 25 BOXES. 2. LEAVE AN OPEN SPACE BETWEEN EACH WORD. 3. USE ONE SPACE FOR PUNCTUATION MARKS. SENIOR CITIZEN oo 5 tirjw 4 lin«$/$4 $500 maximum total all Items. Items must be priced In «d. Each additional line fl. No •<l|u»linjun1 for early cancellation. SUPER BUY 14 tim«$ 4 lin«»/$15°° This is our best rate, but yqur ad has to be paid for in advance. You may get a rebate if you cancel your ad before 15 days. BARGAIN BUY For Commercial Rates please refer to rate card. Thesejure for Private Party Advertisers ONLY I 7t1m«4lin»*7$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 S. School St., P.O. Box 749, Ukiah. Absolutely no phone calls or credit sales will be allowed on this very special offer. DEAR JUDGE LUTHER, Thanks for restoring our faith in the justice system) Jim & Peggy Mulheren FAMOUS PSYCHIC- Car) Logan from Dallas, Texas. Will be here for a short time. For ESP party, private reading or regression, 459-4398. 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/o UDJ, P.6. Box 749, Ukiah. j j n EMPLOYMENT 110 WANTED NAME ADDRESS CITY .STATE ZIP- CHECK CREDIT CARD NUMBER . CREDIT CARD NAME .EXP. DATE. MAIL or BRING YOUR AD TO: UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL •* hs If you are • tingle 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 4U Short, petite, attractive, single white female, new to area, no kids but a great sense of humor. If you Slink you meet my Standards repy to Box 866, c/o UDJ P.O. Box 749, Ukiah, CA 95482. 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. ANY HOME REPAIRS Remodeling, plumbing, elec., decks, patios, fenced, complete int. & ext. painting. After 5, 462-8348, Dennis or 463-1487, Tom. EXPERIENCED Carpenter, Dependable, Hardworking and Precise. I can fabricate & install quality architectural woodwork. Let's discuss your needs soon. Jim 462-0738. AQA uuai c 030 FOUND FOUND S. Main & Mill St. Small tan & white Male Dog. 10 mo. to a year. Call 462-5386. LOST Airedale female. Brown & black. Vic. of Potter Vly area. 8/23/87. 743-1923. Reward! FREE LANCE ARTIST AVAILABLE: Layout, Paste Up, Editing, Copy Writing, Art Work, Typesetting, Photos, Posters - Reasonable Rates; Call Carolyn 744-1804. 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. I WILL NOT be responsible tor debts incurred by anyone other than myself as of 9/15/87. Signed: Floyd D. Nelson. LOST Female Manx Cat, white w/ Siamese Markings. No tail, vie. of Dora & Wabash 9/05/87. 468-9652 Aft 7pm. HOUSE MAINT. & IMPROVEMENTS Free est. Call Don, 462-1228 after 6pm. MASONRY/ CARPENTRY Reasonable Rates Free Estimates Call Bruce 462-0678

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