Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on September 24, 1987 · Page 3
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 3

Ukiah, California
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Thursday, September 24, 1987
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•THE UKIAHDAILY JOURNAL- THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24,1987- Government on the move Hospitals filled up By MAUREEN CONNOR-RICE Journal Staff WrHcr Ukiah Adventist and Ukiah General hospitals are bursting at the seams with patients, but administrators expect the patient load to lighten soon. Ed Ermshar of Ukiah Adventist said that they have had a full house for the past week, but five patients will be discharged shortly, freeing some the the hospital's 43 beds. There's no way to determine when the hospital will be full, he added. People are sick at certain times of the year, he said. Also, patients choose elective surgery at convenient times'for the patient, which vary from person to person. Ukiah General has three beds open right now. "But those beds are waiting for people who will be admitted tomorrow," explained administrator Kelly Morgan. The hospital has 45 beds, but, with the new construction going on at the facility, two beds in the FP H DRAIN PROBIEMS maternity ward and four in cardiac care will not be available until the end of the week, he said. Mendocino Community Hospital has been full, but has bed-space available now. Howard Memorial Hospital's 24 beds are more than half full, according to a spokeswoman. As with the other hospitals, she couldn't say what causes the fluctuation in patient load either. She did comment that it would certainly make it nice for the hospitals if they could predict when they would need a full staff or a small one. Where is a new patient housed when the hospital rooms are full? "We have spaces where we can put them, such as the emergency room, if we know a bed will soon be available," explained Ermshar. "We do need to take care of people." He concluded, "We have not had to put patients in the hall — not yet anyway." SFvVffl SFflVICF FOR FAST QUICK PfLlfF SFPTIC TANK SFPVI *OTO-*OOTf* Billie Aihiku Candace Horsley, personnel officer and administrative assistant In the city manager's office, was was seen packing up Wednesday for the big move to the new Civic Center. Civic Center Celebration Schedule Berkeley bans plastics BERKELEY (AP) — This layer, ecology-minded community banned plastic foam food contain- In doing so, they rejected charges ers made with chlorofluorocarbons they will .be setting up A "plastics, at 400 fast food outlets and mini- police" bureaucracy that will cost markets because it wants to do its taxpayers $400,000 over three part to protect the Earth's ozone years. . „ Civic Center Dedication Schedule of Events September 26, 1987 1 p.m. Parade (Old Police Station) Civic Center 2 p.m. Dedication Ceremony Mayor Colleen Henderson presiding 2:45 p.m. Variety Show Bill Stcclc, MC Center Stage 2:45 3 p. 3:15 3:30 3:50 : 4:05 4:20 4:35 4:50 5:05 5:20 5:35 p.m. Porno Indian Dancers Earth Trek Dancers p.m. The Mavericks Barbershop Quartet p.m. St. Marys Youth Group Latin American Folk Dances p.m. Ukiah Saxophone Quartet p.m. League of Women Voters '—• "You've Come a Long Way Lady" p.m. Bartolomei Studio Jazz Dancers p.m. Stringworks p.m. Mendocino Ballet Co. p.m. Sounds Promising Jazz Vocal p.m. Historical Fashion Show p.m. Swordplay 5:50 p.m. The Glorysingcrs 6:05 p.m. Armando y Victoria Tango Dancers 6:10 p.m. Ukiah Symphony 6:30 p.m. MCC "Carousel" Players 6:45 p.m. Ukiah Promcnadcrs 7:05 p.m. Elizabeth Mac Dougall piano 7:20 p.m. Linda Johnston belly- dancing 7:35 p.m. Paula Samonte & Wil Siegcl Young Peoples Theater (North Stage) 3 p.m. Ukiah Gymnastics 3:15 p.m. Ukiah Akido 3:30 p.m. Ukiah Childrcns' Theater - Scenes from "RumplcstilLskin" 4 p.m. Dancing Pig Players - "Higglety, Pigglety, Pop" 4:45 p.m. Ukiah Players - "Lion, Witch and the Wardrobe" 5:15 p.m. ABC Dance Company - "Magic Theater" On the Fountain 2-6 p.m. Foqd & Beverage Concessions Antique Car Show Memorabilia Concessions Art Exhibit 3-7 p.m. Historical Exhibit Civic Center Tours 6-9 p.m. Ukiah Rotary Barbeque 8 p.m.- midnight Street Dance featuring "Ralene and Sweetwa- tcr" For the Record A line was inadvertantly omitted from Wednesday's front page story on the Ukiah Unified School Board's vote on its new superintendent, Don De Martini. Trustee Greg Nelson, who cast an opposing vote, complained that the board violated its own policy by failing to pick from the top five candidates given to them by a screening committee. When the top two candidates withdrew their applications, Nelson said the board wrongfully skipped over the next three. Instead, the board went on to interview two more, one of which was De Martini. The story also contained a typographical error. Nelson complained the board did not give maximum opportunity to the input of public and school staff in the hiring of the superintendent. We regret the errors. It is the policy of the Daily Journal to correct any factual errors. Corrections will be published as soon as possible. Errors should be called to the attention of the managing editor by calling 468-0123, extension 313. Ukiah Daily "Journal ~ Mtndoclno County. California Subscription Rate* WaUUnf Carrier 16.00 per month frmfor ctuun M 00 per monin <mlklf«C«Ttorl p>»t>U 1 month* In (dyum Unite oflln Auto Routt KM P«r month Swilor CiUxw M.JS per month i >uU> rouU i Piyiblt 1 month* In «dv«nc» Mall W 00 per month Tht UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL {Publication No MMOl U pubUatwd dally. tictpt Sctur- lUyi «l MO S. School Stntt. P.O Boi 7«». Ukteh. OUfoml*. M4U. 17071 MMm Second CUM poMefc ptld «t Uluah, CelUomU Court decree. No. »7 POSTMASTER Send eddnu chmnjei to UUah Deily Journal. PO Boi 7«. Ukiah. California IMO USPS *M-n> IOUUV OMUUD MMMI COMMIT 1H GRAND OPENING OF UKIAH'S NEW CIVIC CENTER Saturday, September 26,1987 12:30 p.m. Parade Begins at Police Station (Corner Smith & Mason) Schedule of Events At the nt>\v Civic Center Building (Oak & Seminary) • Dedication Ceremony • Civic Center Tours • Variety Show • Har-H-Que-Ukiah Rotary Club • Ukiah Street Dance Ralene & Sweetwater 2 p.m. 3-6 p.m. 3-7 p.m. 6-9 p.m. 8 p.m.- midnight 2-5 p.m. • Art Show « Antique (jtrShow (Seminary Are.l • HlftoHe Exhibit • Foorf .» Drink Boothf • tnd More Everyone U Invited 50/50 SAVINGS This Ad Sponsored By— Sou ings OF MENDOQNO COUNTY MEMBF.R FF.DEHAU DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP ' * Serving: UKIAH. FORT BRAGG, HOPLAND, REDWOOD VALLEY & MENDOCINO •' ,.' Purchase *50 worth of Childrens Clothing or Toys and get- 50% OFF Anything over the first $ 50 Great time to stock up for Christmas and for -^, that warm clothing for fall and winter. 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