Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on September 22, 1987 · Page 11
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 11

Ukiah, California
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Tuesday, September 22, 1987
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THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1987-1 1 Drained' Jessica Hahn before jury again today CHARLOTTE (AP) — Jessica flahn, star witness in the grand jury investigation of the PTL ministry, returned for a second day of testimony today about her sexual encounter with PTL founder Jim Bakker and the hush money she was paid. : Miss Hahn said when she arrived at the federal courthouse that she didn't have a good night's sleep. • "I have a lot on my mind and I'm concentrating on the grand jury," she said. "That's the only reason I'm here and the only thing I'm thinking about." i The 28-year-old former church secretary from West Babylon, N.Y., testified for five hours Monday. "I'm just really drained and really tired," Ms. Hahn said during a lunch break Monday. "I want it all to be over. I also want to cooperate." The federal grand jury is investigating possible misconduct at PTL under Bakker, who resigned from the $172 million evangelical empire in March because of his 1980 tryst with Ms. Hahn in a Florida motel room. Ms. Hahn has said she agreed to accept $265,000 to keep quiet but broke silence when Bakker disclosed the encounter. Her attorney, Dominic Barbara, said she received $20,300 before the payments stopped. "She said when walking to the courthouse that it was like living this horror all over again. It was scary to relive it again," Barbara said Monday, adding that Ms. Hahn had been "very emotional" before her testimony. Grand jury proceedings are secret, and prosecutors have refused to talk about their investigation. Barbara said Ms. Harm's testimony was expected to center on the financial settlement rather than the sexual encounter. Ms. Hahn has said she was drugged and forced into having sex. The federal probe is said to focus on how the TV ministry raised and spent money. Investigators reportedly are trying U> find out whether PTL officials conspired to falsify records — including those involving the Hahn settlement — to protect the ministry's tax-exempt status. They-also reportedly want to know whether Bakker declared as income on his tax returns all money PTL paid on his behalf, including the payoffs for Hahn. An interview and semi-nude pictures of Ms. Hahn are due out this week in Playboy in what she said Monday was an opportunity to "finally tell my side of the story." Asked why she posed, she said: "When you see the story you'll understand why. The pictures are as important as the story." Also called to testify before the grand jury are California businessman Paul Roper and California minister John Stewart, who had knowledge of the payoffs, and Kansas contractor Roe Messner, a major creditor of PTL's. Barbara said Ms. Hahn is considering movie offers and "is hoping that this will all be over soon enough and that she will be able to return to a normal life." People Dan Rowan LOS ANGELES (AP) — Dan Rowan, the straight man for "Laugh-In" comedy duo Rowan & Martin, died today at his Florida home of cancer, a family friend said. He was 65. Rowan, who teamed with Dick Martin on the television show, learned he had lymphatic cancer nine months ago, said Valerie Douglas, a family spokeswoman. He died at 7:54 a.m. EOT with his wife, Joanna, and daughter, Mary, at his bedside. John Hillerman HONOLULU (AP) — How did John Hillerman, watching Sunday night's Emmy Awards show on the television set in his Waikiki Beach penthouse, know his name would be called before the scaled envelope was opened? You don't need to hire Thomas Magnum, private investigator, to figure out the answer. Hillerman's sister in Houston told him during the afternoon. But there was no skulduggery involved. The broadcast of the 39th annual awards show from Pasadena, Calif., was delayed in Hawaii. Phil Donahue NEW YORK (AP) — Phil Donahue, Soviet journalist Vladimir Pozner and an organization that raises money for humanitarian aid for Nicaragua were among those honored by a group founded by cable TV pioneer Ted Turner's Better World Society. ; In announcing the awards Monday, Turner told a news : conference, "We're joined by some individuals who are • making determined, effective efforts to nurture our planet, • and to make the lives of its people more hopeful and ; secure." • Donahue and Pozner were honored by the society for two television programs that allowed viewers in the United States and the Soviet Union to communicate directly via satellite. Also honored was the Washington-based Quest for Peace organization, formed in 1985 to aid the people of Nicaragua 1 and to counter Reagan administration assistance to the Contra rebels. King Olav V OSLO, Norway (AP) — King Olav V, one of the world's longest reigning monarchs, has marked his 30th anniversary on Norway's throne. National celebrations for the 84-year-old king climaxed Monday with a government banquet at Akershus Castle. Other events included a buffet luncheon for 5,000 citizens last week. Olav swore the royal oath on Sept. 21, 1957, after his father, King Haakon VII, died at age 85. Miss America NEW YORK (AP) —The new Miss America looks and smiles the part, but Kaye Lani Rae Rafko may prove to be as unusual as her name. Consider what she said at a news conference: — As a Roman Catholic, she disapproves of abortion, but believes in a woman's freedom of choice. — She would like to see women 'enter the Catholic priesthood — "I disagree with Pope John Paul (II)." — She believes it is unrealistic to combat AIDS by promoting sexual abstinence. Miss Rafko, a 24-year-old nurse who has specialized in treatment of the terminally ill, said Monday she wants to change the way people think about the pageant. "I'm a professional individual," she said, sounding a bit indignant at a suggestion that anyone would think of a beauty queen in any other light. Mini Market REACH OVER 60,000 READERS WITH YOUR CLASSIFIED ADI RATES ANNOUNCEMENTS 1 NOTICES 2 PERSONALS 3 LOST*FOUND 4 CWO Of THANKS 5 IN MEMORIANS 6 MEETINGS A EVENTS 7 TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES GENERAL MERCHANDISE 40 NEW I USED EQUIPMENT 41 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 42 BOATS 4 3 BUILDING SUPPLIES 44 FURNITURE 4 S WANTED TO BUY 46 APPLIANCES 4 7 ANTIQUES 48 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 4 9 GARAGE SALES EMPLOYMENT 10 INSTRUCTION 11 EMPLOYMENT WANTED 12 HELP WANTED 13 SALES HELP WANTED 14 CHILD CARE FARM MARKET 50 PETS/SUPPLIES 51 LIVESTOCK 5 2 FARM EQUIPMENT 53 FEED/PASTURE SUPPLIES 5 4 EQUIPMENT RENTALS 55 PRODUCE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 20 SERVICES OFFERED 21 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 2 2 MONEY TO LOAN 2 3 MONEY WANTED 24 INVESTMENTS 2 5 BUSINESS RENTALS RENTALS 3 OAPTS UNFURNISHED 31 APTS FURNISHED 3 2 DUPLEXES 3 3 HOMES UNFURNISHED 3 4 HOMES FURNISHED 3 5 ROOMS FOR RENT 3 6 REST HOMES 3 7 WANTED TO RENT 3 8 WANTED TO SHARE RENT 39 MOBILES*SPACES categories continued. TRANSPORTATION 60 AVIATION 61RECVEH/CAMPING 6 2 MOTORCYCLES 6 3 AUTO TIRES/ ACCESSORIES 64 AUTO SERVICE 65 CARS/TRUCKS WANTED 6 6 AUTO EXCHANGE 6 7 TRUCKS FOR SALE 6 8 CARS FOR SALE REAL ESTATE 70 REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE 71 REAL ESTATE WANTED 7 2 MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE 7 3 MOBILE HOMES WITH LAND 7 4 INCOME PROPERTY 75 RANCHES 76 LOTS/ACREAGE 7 7 REAL ESTATE INTUIT 'l.OfVDAY Cheek tfits out! 4 lines 15 dip. $15.00. Ads must bt (did in MhMCB. You nny in i rebate if you caned your id bwora 15 diys. Lit clHSified Mp you buy or soil. 4 linos, 5 times. $500. Maximum toW ill items. Items must be priced in id. Eich additional line $ 1.00. No adjustment for «rty cincellition. Cish in tdnnce required. •AMAIN IOX 4 linos, 7 times, $2.00. (6 times in Journel, ltimeinB.G.)$100.Mix.toM. COPT ACCIPTAMCI The Diily Journal reserves the rifht to edit or withhold puMintion and miy exercise .its discretion in acceptance or classification of any and ill advertising. 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: Friday at 4:30 p.m. also. Credit is extended to persons within the Journal's circulation area with a listing in the phone book. Bills ire payable when rendered, fort of town a<h and some classifications are payable in advance. When placing your want id irways ask for the ad to be repeated tack to you. Check your id for iny errors the FIRST DAY. The Oaity Journal will be responsible for our* one incorrect insertion and no iiaattf tuttnt than the cost of the spice occupied. DIAL A PRO Rites for the Dial-A-Pro ire monthly. Any id running less thin one month will be billed the regular earned rate. Changes in made on Tuesdays. Deadline: Monday 4:30 p.m. All ids published in Friday's Journal ire automatically inserted in the Mendo-Uke Buyers Buide. Family rates include Buyers Guide. Commercial accounts ire charted. FAMILY I COMMERCIAL RATE CARDS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST OUR HELPFUL COURTEOUS AOMSORS ARE AT YOUR SERVICE MOH-FRI0-0. Journal CLASSIFIED 400-0123 PUBLIC NOTICE :• ORDINANCE NO. 36 ' AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF MILLVIEW COUNTY WATER DISTRICT INSTITUTING A CROSS-CONNECTION CONTROL PROGRAM TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Directors of the Millview County Water District, Mendocino County, California, as follows: SECTION I • Purpose The purpose of trie regulations are as follows: 1. To protect the public water supply against actual or potential cross-connection by the isolating within the premises contamination or pollution that may occur because of some undiscovered or unauthorized cross-connection on the premises. 2. To eliminate existing connections between drinking water systems and systems or sources of water that are not approved as safe for human consumption. 3. To eliminate cross-connection between drinking water systems and other sources of water or process water used for any purpose whatsoever which jeopardize the safety of fee drinking water supply. 4. To prevent the making of cross-connections in the future. These regulations are in accordance with the State of California Administrative Code, Title 17 - Public Health entitled "Regulations Relating to Cross-Connections'. This Ordinance supplements and does not supersede local plumbing regulations, codes or ordinances, or State Board of Health regulations relating to water supply. SECTION II • Definitions 1. Cross-Connection The term •cross-connection" as used in this Ordinance means any unprotected connections between any part of a water system used or intended to supply water for drinking purposes and any source or system containing water or substance that is not or cannot be approved as safe, wholesome, and potable for human consumption. 2. Approved Water Supply The term 'approved water supply* means any water supply approved by or under supervision of a public health agency of the State of California, or its political subdivisions. In determining what constitutes an approved water supply, the State Department of Public Health has final judgment as to its safety and potability. ,3. Auxiliary Supply The term 'auxiliary supply* means any water supply on or available to the premises other than the public water supply. 4. Approved Check Valve The term 'approved check valve* means a check valve that seats readily and completely and has been approved for use in this service by the District. 6. Approved Double Check Valve Assembly The term 'approved double check valve assembly' means an assembly of at least two independently acting approved check valves including tightly dosing shut-off valves on each side of the check valve assembly and suitable leak-detector drains plus connections available for testing the water tightness of each check valve. 6. Air-Qap Separation The term 'air-gap separation* means a physical break between a supply pipe and a receiving vessel. The air-gap shall be at least double the diameter of the supply pipe measurea vertically above the top rim of the vessel, in no case less than one inch. 7. Approved Reduced Pressure Principle Backflow Prevention Device The term 'approved reduced pressure principle backflow prevention device* means a device incorporating two or more check valves and an automatically operating differential relief varye located between the two checks, two shut-off valves, and equipped with necessary appurtenances for testing. The device shall operate to maintain the pressure in the zone oetween the two check valves less than the pressure on the public water supply side of the device. f. Approved Backflow Prevention Devices •The term 'approved backflow prevention devices* means an approved double check Valve assembly, an approved air-gap separation or an approved reduced pressure principle backflow prevention device. TheBrm 'approved" as used to describe any assembly or device means in conformity whh Section III (3) SECTION IN • Cross-Connectlon and Protection Requirements 1. No Cross-Connection Allowed Between Plumbing and Water Pipes It is unlawful lor any person, firm or corporation at any time to make or maintain or cause to be made or maintained, temporarily or permanently, for any period of time whatever, any cross-connection between plumbing pipes or water fixtures being served with water reason of their construction may cause or allow backflow of water or other substances into the water supply system of the District and/or the service of water, or to maintain any sanitary fixture or other appurtenances or backflow of water or other substances into the water supply system of the District and/or the service of water pipes or fixtures of any consumer of vie District. 2. Protection Required for Water Cross-Connections _ A. The regulations of the California State Department of Health and the dnnking water standards Of tr» United States Public Health Service prohibit unprotected cross- oonnections between the public water supply and any unapproved source of water. All water crgM-connections must be reviewed by the District for protection requirements. B. To comply with the regulations of health agencies, the District will require the installation of approved backflow prevention devices by and at the expense of the customer for continued services or before a new service will be granted. C. Wham protection is required: a. Each service cwvwettan from the District water system for supplying water to premises having any auxiliary water supply shall be protected against backflow of water PUBLIC NOTICE from the premises into the public water system unless the auxiliary water supply is accepted as an additional source by the District, and is approved by the public health agency having jurisdiction. b. Each service connection from the District water system for supplying water to any premises on which any substance is handled under pressure in such fashion as to permit entry into the water supply shall be protected against backflow of water from the premises into the public system. c. Backflow prevention devices shall be installed on the service connection to any premises that have internal cross-connections unless such cross-connections are abated to the District's satisfaction and approved by the state or local health agencies. Once the backflow prevention device is installed, it shall be the property owner's responsibility to provide testing, servicing, overhauling or replacing when found defective. 3. Backflow Prevention Devices - Installation and Maintenance Wherever backflow prevention has been found necessary on a water supply line entering a customer's premises, then any and all water supply lines from the District's mains entering such premises, buildings, or structures shall be protected and maintenance of the approved backflow prevention device shall comply with the following: to installation. The District shall have final approval concerning the suitability of any proposed device for use in a particular system. B. Only backflow prevention devices approved by the Foundation for Cross- Connection Control & Hydraulic Research of the University of California shall be approved for installation. C. Backflow prevention devices shall be selected and installed in a manner prescribed in the State Department of Health Services Sanitary Engineering Section's •Manual of Cross-Connection Control Procedures and Practices* or as prescribed by another acceptable authority and plans for which have been approved by the District. D. The State Department of Public Health requires that the owners of any premises which, or on account of which, check valves or other protective devices are installed, shall have the devices inspected by a certified tester for water tightness. A report of inspection shall be filed with the District. These devices shall be serviced, overhauled or replaced whenever they are found to be defective and all costs of testing, repair and maintenance shall be borne by the customer. E. Approved backflow protection devices may be inspected and tested periodically by the District upon reasonable notice. 4. Timing of Installation of Backflow Prevention Devices for Services with Existing Cross-Connections The Millview County Water District will conduct a survey to determine the current number of existing premises receiving water from the District's public water supply system that have an actual or potential cross-connection. A list of these services will be prepared. The property owner for each of these services will be notified that an approved backflow prevention device is required and must be installed within a six (6) month period from date of notification by the District. During said six (6) month period, the customers shall install approved backflow prevention devices on existing services with an actual or potential cross-connection between the public water supply and any potential source of contamination. The property owner will pay the cost of material and installation. 5. Protection Against Interstreet Main Flow Two or more services supplying water from different street mains to the same building, structure or premises through which an interstreet main flow may occur, shall have a standard check valve on each water service to be located adjacent to and on the property side of the respective meters. Such check valve shall not be considered adequate if backflow protection is deemed necessary, in the sole discretion of the District, to protect the District's mains from pollution or contamination; in such cases, the installation of approved backflow devices at such meters shall be required at the cost of the user, to satisfy the requirements for adequate backflow prevention. SECTION IV • Frequency of Testing of Backflow Prevention Devices It shall be the duty of the water user on any premise on account of which backflow protective devices are installed to have competent inspections made at least once a year, or more often in those instances where successive inspections indicate repeated failure. These devices shall be repaired, overhauled or replaced at the expense of the water user whenever they are found to be defective. Records of such tests, repairs, and overhaul shall be kept on file at the District office and made available to the local health department. The District will notify the water user approximately 30 days prior to test date to provide ample time tor backflow device testing and forwarding of test records to the DisVict office SECTION V • Discontinuance of Service Service of water to any premises may be discontinued by the District after reasonable notification if unprotected cross-connections exist on the premises, or if any defect is found in an installed backflow preventive device, or if a backflow preventive device has been removed or bypassed, or if a backflow preventive device has not been inspected and the inspection report turned in to the District office in a timely manner, and service will not fce restored until such conditions or defects are corrected. SECTION VI • Right of Entry The District representative assigned to inspect premises for compliance with this Ordinance shall carry proper credentials of his office, upon exhibition of said credentials he shall have the right of entry during usual business hours, to inspect any and all buildings and premises to insure compliance with this Ordinance. In appropriate circumstances such inspection may be conducted pursuant to an administrative warrant. This right o entry shall be a condition of water service in order to provide assurance that the continu ation of service to the premises will not constitute a menace to the health, safety, and welfare of the people throughout the public water system. In the event a device for maxi PUBLIC NOTICE mum protection against backflow has been installed, it will not be necessary for the premises to be inspected again for backflow prevention purposes. SECTION VII - Requirements for Certification as a Backflow Prevention Device Tester Each applicant as a tester of backflow prevention devices shall be certified by the State Department of Public Health and furnish evidence to show that he has available the necessary tools and equipment to properly test such devices. He shall be responsible for the competency and accuracy of all tests and reports prepared by him. SECTION VIII • Effective Date This Ordinance shall take effect the date of its passage. Before the expiration of ten (10) days after its passage, this Ordinance shall be published at least once in the Ukiah Daily Journal, a newspaper of general circulation, printed and published in the City of Ukiah. The above and foregoing Ordinance was introduced by Director Harmon, who moved for its adoption, seconded by Director Bogner, and PASSED AND ADOPTED this 14th day of September, 1987, by the following roll call votes: AYES: Directors Bogner, Harmon, Mirata and Lawrence NOES: None ABSENT: Director Mayfield WHEREUPON, the President declared said Ordinance passed and adopted and SO ORDERED. /s/Floyd C. Lawrence Floyd C. Lawrence, President of the Board of Directors of Millview County Water District, County of Mendocino, State of California ATTEST: /s/Julie A. Jacobs Julie A. Jacobs, Recording Secretary of the Board of Directors of Millview County Water District, County of Mendocino, State of California 9-22, 1987 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF DEATH OF EARL F. PITTENGER AND OF PETITION TO ADMINISTER ESTATE Case No. 20471 To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, contingent creditors, and persons who may be otherwise interested in the will or estate of: EARL F. PITTENGER A petition has been filed by: DOROTHY ADAMS in the Superior Court of MENDOCINO County requesting that: DOROTHY ADAMS be appointed as personal representative to administer me estate of the decedent. The petition requests authority to administer the estate under the Independent Administration of Estates Act. A hearing on the petition will be held on 10-2-87 at 9:30 a.m. in Dept: One located at Courthouse, State and Perkins Streets, Ukiah, California. IF YOU OBJECT to the granting of the petition, you should either appear at the hearing and state your objections or file written objections with the court before the hearing. Your appearance may be In person or by your attorney. IF YOU ARE A CREDITOR or a contingent creditor of the deceased, you PUBLIC NOTICE must file your claim with the court or present it to the personal representative appointed by the court with- n four months from the date of first issuance of letters as provided in section 700 of he California Probate ode. The time for filing claims will not expire prior to lour months from the date of the hearing noticed above. YOU MAY EXAMINE the file kept by the court. If you are a person interested in the estate, you may serve upon the executor or administrator, or upon the attorney for the executor or administratpr, and file with the court with proof of service, a written request stating that you desire special notice of the filing of an Inventory and appraisement of estate assets or of the petitions or accounts mentioned in sections 1200 and 1200.5 of the California Probate Code. MYRNA L. OGLESBY, of the law firm of Rawles, Hinkle, Carter, Brigham, Gaustad & Behnke Attorney for petitioner 169 Mason Street, Suite 300 P.O. Box 720 Ukiah, CA 95482 /s/Myrna L. Oglesby Attorney for petitioner This notice was mailed on 9-17-87 at Ukiah California. 9-22, 25, 29, 1987 PUBLIC NOTICE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NO. 87-0403 The following person is doing business as: OLIVE BRANCH ANTIQUES 840 Hwy. 175. •lopland, CA 95449 Ruth Whittington 1821 BoonviHe Rd., Ukiah, CA 95482 This business is conducted by an Individual. 's/Ruth Whittington This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Mendocino County on Sept. 18, 1987. 9-22. 29, 10-6, 13. 1987 010 NOTICES LET ME PUT 'A Personal Touch' in doing your Dept of Motor Vehicles Paper Work. Jim Rickel, 485-7915 24 hrs. 020 PERSONALS DEAR JUDGE LUTHER, Thanks for restoring our faith in the justice system) Jim & Peggy Mulheren

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