Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on May 2, 1993 · Page 6
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 6

Ukiah, California
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Sunday, May 2, 1993
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-THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL- A-6 — SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1993 Summer session Mendocino Coast clean-up crew finds less litter registration set for Ukiah schools This year the Ukiah Unified School District is holding a comprehensive six-week summer session for Ukiah area students. Daily classes will begin on June 21 and end July 30. Classes will be held at three different school sites to allow students from different locations to participate. School sites where classes will be held this year are: Ukiah High for all secondary classes, and Pomolita and Redwood Valley for fourth- to eighth-grade classes. Class times for elementary/junior high will be from 8 a.m. to noon while the high school will start at 8 a.m. and end at 12:10 p.m. All registration will be on a first come first served basis, with waiting lists for filled classes. High school students will register with the assistance of their assigned counselor during normal school hours. High school registration began Wednesday and ends Friday, June 4. Incoming high school ninght grade students register directly at the Adult School office, 1056 N. Bush St. All summer session classes will run six weeks except a driver education class that will run for four weeks. Redwood Valley fourth to eighlh grade students will register at Redwood Valley School in the Redwood Valley School office starting Friday, May 7 and ending June 4. Registration at Redwood Valley will be ongoing. Students attending Pomolita (fourth through eighth grade) will register at the Ukiah Adult School (1056 North Bush) from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 pjn. on Friday, May 14, same hours. This will be the only time Pomolita students can register. As usual, enrollment must be sufficient for any class to be offered Teacher assignments are still in process and not firm. This year the Ukiah Unified School District is planning a normal summer session yet warns parents that state budget problems may result in canceling all or part of the summer school program. If things are normal then early enrollment is advised as classes fill quickly. Additional uuormation or questions will be answered at 463-5217 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. All the local news, weather & sports in the Journal By GAYLE CALDWELL for the Journal Betty Barber of the Mendocino Land Trust is, by nature, an optimist. And she believes people are littering less these days. She came to this conclusion after last weekend's Big River Beach clean-up in Mendocino, a project conducted by the Land Trust three times a year: spring, summer and fall. True, Barber observes, this year's prolific rains probably washed away much of the debris we humans deposit, "but I still think that peonle are getting better about picking up their trash." Armed with special pick-up thongs (loaned by Caltrans) and a set of large bags (one for recyclables, the second for trash), Barber and others spread out over Big River beach to pick up beer cans and bottles, cigarette filters, cellophane food wrappers, tires, hubcaps, pieces of Styrofoam and innumerable pieces of unidentifiable plastic. One woman picked pieces of jagged glass from the sand only a few feet away from where several barefooted children were playing. UKIAH DIAL-A-RIDE NEW HOURS BEGINNING MAY 2,1993 SUNDAY 9:OOAM - 3:OOPM MONDAY-FRIDAY 7.00AM- 10:PM* SATURDAY 8:OOAM-10:OOPM* *7PM - 10PM FARE IS $2.50 PER PERSON 462-3881 Ifwirfoc/fio Trtntll Authority All the local news, Ukiah Daity Another woman said she found that the bushes bordering the beach yielded the gieatest quantity of trash including, she wryly observed, condoms. Robert Hippard, an out-of town visitor who spontaneously joined in the cleanup, laughed just after he'd picked up what appeared to be a discarded bottle of shampoo, a man ran up to him claiming his property. Bob Herbert of Mendocino filled five sacks of trash while combing the area next to Georgia-Pacific's Haul Road. Officially adopted by the Mendocino Land Trust through the California Coastal Commission, Big River Beach is scheduled to be cleaned again on July 10. PERSONAL INJURY, WORKERS' COMP., THIRD PARTY & UNINSURED MOTORIST Experienced Litigation Attorneys IN UKIAH SINCE 1969 NO FEE IF NO RECOVERY, CALL FOR FREE CONSULTATION FOWLER & BALL 462-1420 150 N. Pine St., Ukiah Dear priends Q f B^ B rothers/ B^ S isters ' Hundreds of people from our community recently participated in the tenth annual Bowl For Kids Sake. We express our sincere appreciation to everyone who participated in this event. Thank you for opening your hearts to the children of our community. . , , Big Brothers/Big Sisters provides needed support, friendships and role models to children from single parent homes. Our children are our future. The individuals and businesses who gave their time, energy, pledges and prizes are helping to improve Our major sponsors are Arthur and Ann Schmidt of the Ukiah Grocery Outlet. Microphor also made major contributions to our success. The following businesses helped with gifts and contributions. Chuck Thornhill, Wine Country Gasses; David & Suzanne Steely, Round Table Pizza; Willits Burger King, Longs Drugs, Ronnie s Basics, Sports-A-Foot, Mary's Hallmark, Beauty Store & More, Hiram s Jewelry Store, Haley's, Victorian Jewelers, Redwood Health Club, Mervyn's, J.C. Penny s, Pro-Styles, Angels Restaurant, Sound Company, Nutri-Systems, Treasure Cove Pizza, Subway of Ukiah, Kentucky Fried Chicken and Art Zone. Others who volunteered are: Scott Bradley; Tove Scotia, KUKI; Phil Curry, KM 11; Cheri, KLLK; Zack Darling, Linda Southwick, Rachel Burton, Felipe Mendoza, John Congar and family, the staff and families of the Mendocino County Youth Project, Big Brothers/Big Sisters board members; Cindy Hoffman, Ross Beck, Bob Menendez and family, Eileen Bostwick and family, Rae Allenby, Barbara Durigan, Chris Price, Lorri Arreguin, Natalie Shoptaw, Chris Neary and Dottie Croghan. Over 85 Teams bowled. Each bowler collected at least seven pledges. Many groups had more than one team. They include: Trinity School, Realtors, Title Companies, Human Service Agencies, Blue Shield, South Ukiah Rotary, Laytonville Lions Club, The Natural Choice, Willits Burger King, and four CDF teams. Big Brothers/Big Sisters couldn't have done it without our communities' generous support. You do make a difference. Thank you one and all. Linda Me Cullough Inland Coordinator/Case Manager MENDOCINO BIG BROTHERS/BIG SISTERS 202 South State St., Ukiah, CA 95482 552 North Main St., Fort Bragg, CA 95437 110 South Main St., Suite A, Willits, CA 95490 (707) 463-4916 (707) 964-1228 (707) 459-0604 Cinco De Mayo SAVINGS! Honest Low Prices! Ground Turkey 10 Ibs. or More 5lbs. or more $1.00 Ip Less than 5lbs. $7.26 Ib. Regular Ground Beef 10 Ibs. or More lean Ground Beef 10 Ibs. or More Ground Round Beef 10 Ibs. or More 5 Ibs. orMore $1.18\t> less than 5 Ib $1.38 Ib 5 Ibs. orMore $1.68 to less than 5 Ib $7.00 Ib 5 Ibs. orMore 52.00 Ib less than 5 Ib $2.28 Ib Ib, 72 cf. Sol De Oro Com Tortillas 72 et. Roma Tomatoes Red Ripe Ib. Whole Fryers Pilgrims Pride Gracle'A'Fresh! 49 Ib. California Avocados Mass FOR. Retried Beans Rosarita 16Oz. 2*1 FOR. • 8" Strawberry Bostons Delicious Available in the Bakery •ach 12pk. Budweiser Beer 12 oz. Bottles Regular, Light or Dry 5" Sale Price SAVE Mail-In Rebate Your Final Cost 4 28 +CRV 20 Ib. 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