Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on September 22, 1987 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1987 CO UNITY THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL Watch for flashing lights and kids Milch Gibenon. CHP When school bus lights are flashing, as In the picture above, drivers must stop to allow children to cross the street safely. By MAUREEN CONNOR-RICE Journal SUff Writer School Bus Safety Week has been declared to be Sept. 21 - 25 by the California High Patrol. The safety of students getting on and off school buses is of vital concern to the CHP, says Captain Dorsey Hoffman of the Ukiah office. School bus drivers throughout the county find drivers passing their buses when the red lights are flashing. The flashing lights mean youngsters are boarding or getting off the bus. The law requires drivers to stop their cars when red lights are flashing and not proceed until they have stopped flashing. Oftentimes, the youngsters crossing in front of the bus cannot be seen by drivers approaching from behind the bus. Ukiah school bus driver Sharon Hoag has had to grab children out of the way as cars whizzed by, ignoring the flashing lights. "An awful lot of people in Ukiah ignore the lights," she commented, "especially on South Dora. They run the lights every day. "I was out on the street crossing the kids, when motorcycles went through the kids, dodging around them," she continued. "A 'lady' bumped into the previous driver (of her route) and told her to get out of the way." Hoag said the children believe it is safe to cross when the driver is in the street. The driver tries to •wait until there is no traffic, but often a car appears after the youngsters have started their often dangerous trek across the street. Sandy Preffer is one of the drivers for Potter Valley schools. She said that most of their red light stops are on Powerhouse Road. "We don't do them on East and West Road anymore because we know people won't stop," she explained. All of the stops on East and West roads are on the righthand side of the road for the students on that side. Another bus travels the opposite direction dropping off students who live on the other side of the street. "You wouldn't believe some of the excuses we get," she added. For instance, "People think that if the driver is out of the bus, they don't have to stop." The penalty for ignoring the flashing lights is stiff, according to the CHP. The first violation carries a $50 - $100 fine; the second, $50 - $250; and if the third violation is within two years, license is suspended for a year, Imperial Savings CDs always seem to . rate a j little higher.! J7.150%! • ANNUAL RATE • | !7.344%i ANNUAL YIELD 6 MONTH/$50() MINIMUM CD I I I I Calendar TONIGHT AL-ANON FAMILY GROUP, 8 p.m., 741 S. Oak St., Ukiah. In rear of building. ALZHEIMER FAMILY SUPPORT GROUP, 4-5:30 p.m., Ukiah Senior Citizens Center board room, 495 Leslie St. Phone 463-2437. SPANISH SPEAKING AA, 6 p.m., 2205 S. State Si. Ukiah. OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS, 6 p.m., 741 S. Oak St., Ukiah. Open to public. No dues. No fees. No woigh-ms. Call 485-0889. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS, 6-7 p.m., 2181 S. State St., Ukiah. UKIAH KIWANIS CLUB, 6:10 p.m.. Elks Lodge Hall. 1700 Hastings Rd., Ukiah. ROUND DANCE WORKSHOP, 7 10 p.m., multi-purpose room, Frank Zeok School. MENDO-LAKE CARDIAC SUPPORT GROUP, 7-9 p.m., Ukiah Senior Citizen Center, 495 Leslie St., Ukiah. BOY SCOUT TROOP 46, 7-9 p.m., First Presbyterian Church, comer Perkins and Dora Streets, Ukiah. BOY SCOUT TROOP 75, 7 p.m., Calvary Baptist Church, 465 Luce St., Ukiah. BOY SCOUT TROOP 65, 7:30 p.m.. United Methodist Church, 270 N. Pine St., Ukiah. GRATITUDE AA MEETING, 8 p.m., 640 Orchard Ave.. Ukiah. WEDNESDAY INTER-AGENCY BILINGUAL COMMITTEE MEETING. 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.. conference room of the Public Health Department Annex Building, 880 N. Bush St., Ukiah. Call Eva Torres, 463-4471 or 463-4461 for more information. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS, 6 a.m. open speaker discussion, 2181 S. State St.. Ukiah. 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. 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. Pleaso 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). AEROBICS FOR WOMEN, by Body and Soul, 9:15 to 10:15 a.m., Evangelical Free Church, 750 Yosemite Dr. Call 462-2305 or 462-8587. CREATIVE MOVEMENT FOR PRESCHOOLERS, 9:15 to 10 a.m., Ukiah Gymnastics, 782 Waugh Lane. PREGNANCY TESTING CLINIC, 9:30 a.m. to 3, Mendocino County Health Department, 890 N. Bush St., Ukiah. SENIOR EXERCISE CLASS, 10 a.m., Municipal Park Clubhouse, 600 Park Blvd., 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. CHIT CHAT Lap-A-Thon tonight Redwood Empire Skating Club of Ukiah will hold its annual Lap- A-Thon Tuesday, Sept. 22,7 p.m. at Skate City, 2146 S. State St. Skaters will skate 185 laps (or 10 miles) to benefit skaters who will be traveling to the national Championships in Springfield, Missouri. The cost to spectators is $1. To make a pledge, call Doug Adams, 463-8600. 17650%! • ANNUAL RATE ' !7872% Aiits% 'MUlO lubrication, engine basic diagnostics (ignition and fuel system), and basic automotive servicing. A hands-on approach to servicing a person's own vehicle is stressed. The class meets from 7 to 9 p.m. for nine weeks. The fee is $30. Call 463-5217 for more information and to register. Tax changes on retirement info A seminar will be held Wednesday, Sept. 23,7 to 9 p.m. at Mendocino College Theatre which will answer questions concerning tax changes and how they will affect retirement. GRATITUDE GROUP AA MEETING, p.m., 640 Orchard Ave. An auto service class is scheduled to begin Wednesday, Sept. 23 at Ukiah High School. The class is sponsored by Ukiah Adult School and includes teaching 1 DAY BEFORE THE BIG "50"! G_N_ C_N N_ Drlvo-up Window HARRIS PHARMACY Op*n Mon-Fri IAM-IPM Sot 9 AM-6 PM 707 S. Dora, Ukiah 462-7518 NO PAPER? 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' y/TheJewelry * Store LARGESYu Selection, Quality, U Price & Guarantee M ,We Offer the Best./l >A 280 STSchool St. Downtown Ukiah • OXYGEN • RESPIRATORS • HOSPITAL BEDS • WHEEL CHAIRS • WALKERS • COMMODES 24 HOURS R.A. MEDICAL CO, 463-0160 1165 S. Dora St., Suite A Ukiah, Ca. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ANNUAL YIELD ONE YEAR/$500 MINIMUM CD If you've been waiting to lock in a high interest rate, this could be the perfect time. Because right now, you can open a CD at Imperial Savings for as little as $500. And get a guaranteed high rate of return for either 6 months or one full year. To learn more about our CDs or find the right one for you, just call our toll-free number. 1-800-243-5669. Or better yet, drop by your neighborhood Imperial Savings branch today. And discover a great way to keep your money working its hardest. 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Call the Mendocino College Community Services Office, 468-3063, for more information. MENDOCINO COLLEGE Cull /VIMV ' 468-3000 AT Sunday. Sept. 27 FUN & GAMES FROM 2-4 BEER DRINKING CONTEST THROUGHOUT THE AFTERNOON AUTHENTIC GERMAN BUFFET4-9PM • Sauerbratin • Apple Strudel • Sausages • Potato Pancakes • German Potato • Sauerkraut »Salad AND MORE!! NEW WINTER HOURS: DINNER SERVED NITELY S 10PM SUNDAY BRUNCH ?AM?P«A LOUISE AT THE PIANO BAR EVERY SATURDAY NIGHTI Adopt a Wild Horse or Burro U. S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management SEPTEMBER 25-27 Excess wild horses and burros from Western public lands are on their way to: CHRIS BECK RODEO ARENA Sonoma County Fairgrounds Santa Rosa Adoption fee is $125 per horse or $75 per burro. If you are interested in sharing your heart and home with a wild horse or burro, contact: Bureau of land Management (707) 462-3873

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