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Early settlement of Potter Valley
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SOLAR LIVING INSTITUTE FESTIVAL
TEMPS RISE FOR EARTH DAY
Brian Maneely/ Ukiah Daily Journal
The city was awarded an $810,000 grant
from the California Natural Resources
Agency River Parkways Grant Program to
improve Riverside Park’s entrance, add a
top-of-bank trail and a river access trail,
remove invasive plant species and replant
Phase 1 complete
at Riverside Park
Trails, signage Ukiah City Council in
completed for less their agenda staff report,
explaining that change
than expected orders resulted in a sav-
Ukiah Daily Journal ings of $85,000, or 15
Work to remove percent of the base bid.
plants and put in trails, Last July, the council
signs and benches at awarded the company a
Riverside Park is now $559,945 contract to
Brian Maneely/ Ukiah Daily Journal
complete and came in complete Phase 1 of the
Children at the Solar Living Center in Hopland work together to build a sand castle under budget. Riverside Park Project,
on Saturday. “The work with Siri which called for remov-
Grading and Pacing was ing invasive plants and
restoring native plants,
Heat, crowd came a tremendous success,”
as well as putting in
staff members Katie
out for Solar Living Marsolan and Maya
Institute’s festival Simerson reported to the See PARK, Page A-13
Ukiah Daily Journal
The sun was definitely shin-
ing on the Solar Living
Institute Saturday as a crowd
gathered there to celebrate
ON THE AGENDA:
Earth Day 2012. Mendocino County Board of
The most popular activity
for the younger set was defi- Supervisors’ Monday meeting
nitely the water fountain, Ukiah Daily Journal
which was full of frolicking Mendocino County retiree pension costs and a
kids of all ages trying to escape plan to protect local waterways from quagga and
the heat. The midday tempera- zebra mussels are topics on the Monday meeting
tures reached more than 90 agenda of the Mendocino County Board of
Jaynellen Kovacevich, a
member of the institute’s board See MONDAY, Page A-12
Michelle Lanting of The Bird Rescue Center tells the
story of “Star,” the red-tailed hawk. See EARTH, Page A-12
Mendocino County Board of
Supervisors’ Tuesday meeting
Local school test Ukiah Daily Journal
At the Ukiah Unified School
Yokayo Schools as part of the
Single Plan for Student
Ukiah Daily Journal
A local “job stimulus” plan, a proposal to reduce
scores well under District board meeting April 10,
board members were presented
Achievement (SPSA) program.
The reports contained profi-
the speed limit on Highway 101 near Black Bart
Drive and the county’s comments on proposed state
state proficiency with school performance data for
Eagle Peak, Oak Manor,
ciency ratings going back several legislation are topics on the Mendocino County
benchmark Pomolita, South Valley and See SCORES, Page A-5
See TUESDAY, Page A-12
Star ‘Freoek’: The Next Generation
Frey, Boek families bringing husband Paul “Doc” Frey met Kim’s
uncle, Ken Boek. The trio worked at the
multitalented, power-packed hospital and forged a friendship that lasted
lineup to the SPACE stage more than 40 years and now encompasses
children and grandchildren.
By CAROLE BRODSKY Music was always part of life at the
for Ukiah Daily Journal Frey Ranch. “I remember Doc playing
“Freoek” rhymes with Shreck, and the piano,” says Tamara Frey. “We’d bring our
name symbolizes the merging of the Frey instruments and he would direct every-
and Boek families, whose history goes body, saying, ‘Take it from the top!’ It
back decades and is culminating in a one- would be 4 a.m. and he’d still be going
time performance Saturday, April 28 at the strong. He hated canned music. He liked
SPACE Theater. creative music. He wouldn’t stop!” she
The “Freoek Family Variety Show” is a laughs.
benefit for SPACE’s scholarship program The Frey-Boek family legacy was
and will feature more than 50 members of
the Frey and Boek families, many of See 'FREOEK,' Page A-13
whom spent their childhood performing in
SPACE productions. Brian Maneely/ Ukiah Daily Journal
“It started at the Talmage state mental A group of dancers led by Kim Boek
hospital in the early’ 70s,” says Kim Boek Frey practices at the Mendocino
Frey, speaking of the moment Beba and Ballet studio on Friday.
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Department. To The Ukiah Unified Gail is survived by
was causing problems in
the area, ringing door-
bells and taking things
School District board of
trustees has announced
Walt McMain’s life his loving wife of 42
years Lynn Edwards,
call 463-6205. that the application peri- children Carrie Dailey
DOG FOUND -- off of porches.
DUI ARREST -- An od for Ukiah Unified’s and Husband Troy of
Caller on Sidnie Court superintendent position Potter Valley, Mi-
reported at 2:32 a.m. officer stopped a vehicle
in the 700 block of closed April 2 and there chael Edwards and
Friday finding a three- Wife Jennifer of
legged dog. An officer Waugh Lane at 2:36 a.m. were 20 requests for
Saturday and arrested application information. Cloverdale Brian Ed-
responded and took it to wards & Wife Heidi of
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The following were trustee and superinten- wards, Katelynn Ed-
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Friday that a man was
prepared by the Ukiah woman, stated Scott Dailey, and
sleeping under a tent
Police Department “Leadership Associates, will be held at the Elks Lodge in Ukiah Garrett Dailey. He
behind the location. An
regarding calls handled our superintendent was preceded in
office responded and on April 28th from noon until 4:00.
by the Fort Bragg Police search representatives, death by his parents
cited the man for camp-
ing. Department. was pleased with the All of Walt’s friends are invited Wayne and Marie Ed-
DUI ARREST -- An overall quality of the wards and his grand-
officer stopped a vehicle to help us celebrate!
ING U-TURNS -- applicant pool.” son James Dailey.
Caller from Nokomis in the 200 block of “The Board of The viewing will be
Elementary School South Franklin Street at Education is especially Sunday from 3:00-
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Friday that parents drop- arrested John Wade, 41, excellent comments and Mortuary. Graveside
ping off their children in of Fort Bragg, on suspi- recommendations Services will be held
the morning make cion of driving under the regarding desired quali- Monday, April 23rd at
unsafe u-turns in the influence. ties and characteristics 1:00pm at the Potter
street and requested DUI ARREST -- An for the next superinten- Valley Cemetary; fol-
extra patrols. officer stopped a vehicle
at the corner of East dent which were provid- lowed by a reception.
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The two-story original Grange Hall in Potter Valley, with the Barnett & Wright company doing business on the
lower floor. Grange meetings and activities took place upstairs. The Grange Hall was built in 1874, on land
donated by Richmond and Jane Carner. It was the site of community gatherings for more than half a century
before being destroyed by a fire in April 1930. Grange members immediately set about the task of rebuilding.
“In 1874 the Grange hall was time. Many additions and
erected on land which had been improvements have been made at
donated by Richmond Carner for various times and this hall has From a 1926 newspaper
that purpose, all of the money and been used for practically all pub- article about the settlement of
labor for building being given by lic gatherings in the valley up to Potter Valley - see below.
the members of the Grange at that the present time.”
FROM THE ARCHIVES:
‘Potter Paragraphs:’ Early settlement of valley
(Written by Grace Sweeney and Christopher. Pomo in 1872 by the Methodist
read by Jennie S. MacMillan at In January 1858, Samuel At the time of the early Episcopal Church, South. Prior to
Potter Valley Pioneer’s Reunion, Mewhinney and family moved in that the valley was included in the
held June 17, 1926). and later in the year Chas. Neil, settlement there was no road Little Lake circuit and supplied
Franklin Christopher, Thomas with ministers from there, services
Published in the McCowen with their families came
coming into the valley except being held in the school houses or in
Friday, July 2, 1926
to make their home here.
Wm. Eddie came into the valley
through the mountains. the grove. Camp meetings were
often held and attended by all
In September or October 1852 in 1859 and located on the ranch denominations.
William Potter, Thomas Potter, where he built a home and where taken by these early settlers through The first general store was owned
Lowe Anderson, Al Strong, Moses Mrs. Eddie is still residing. Others the mountains to Eureka on horse- by Mr. Smith at Pomo; later Mr.
Briggs and two Spaniards started coming in during this year were Jas. back in order to file their claims at Richmond Carner opened a store at
from near Healdsburg, Sonoma Hopkins, Thad Dashiell, John the Land office established there. Centerville.
county on horseback for a trip to McCloud, Isaac Griffits with his This trip usually took about two
On November 6, 1873 the Potter
the source of the Russian river and family and Samuel McCulloch and weeks.
Valley Grange, Patrons of
in the course of time found their family. During the early settlement of the
Husbandry, No. 115, was organized
way into Potter Valley doubtless In the early sixties the Vann fam- valley there were a large number of
by Thomas Merry, John
being the first white men who had ily came in; the A. O. Carpenters, Indians here living at their various
Mewhinney being elected the first
ever reached it. Carners, Hoppers, Buschs, Owen rancherias but these were generally
master. Other charter members were
The party remained about three Sweeney, McGees, Hughes, Smiths, peaceable and quiet and no very
Eli Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
weeks looking over the land and McCrearys, Wattenbergs and serious trouble ever occured
Mewhinney, Mrs. A. Smith,
choosing a location to settle upon. Bevans. Later on the Van Neders, between them and the white people.
Thomas McCowen, George
At least three claims were decided Boyces, Quesenberrys, Raders, Later these Indians were removed
Burkhart, B. Pemberton, Mr. and
upon as being the most eligible and Joseph Thornton, Jas. Burris, the to the reservation at Round valley
Mrs. Richmond Carner, Sid
the two Potter brothers and Mr. Burkharts, Grovers, Robt. Marders, with the exception of a few who
McCreary, J. G. Busch, Thad
Briggs located on them. Tunnels, Bakers, Days, Spencers remained to live on the ranches and
Dashiell, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
In the spring of 1853 William and many others until in 1870 the work in exchange for food and
McCulloch, J. R. Ross, Mr. and
Potter and Moses Briggs brought valley was entirely settled up. clothes.
Mrs. Life Farmer, John Leonard,
the first wagon into the valley and Most of these families are still The first school was formed in
Chas. Rader, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
the former located permanently on represented among the citizens of the valley in 1860 and taught in a
Schlingerland, Mr. and Mrs. John
his claim, being the first settler here the valley today. small log house with dirt floor on
Endicutt, Mrs. C. I. Nichols, George
and from whom the valley took its At the time of the early settle- the ranch of Franklin Christopher
Nichols, Jas. Elliott, Mrs. Livinia
name. And in 1856 Thomas Potter ment there was no road coming into now the home of J. J. Thornton,
Grover and Mrs. Sarah Spencer, Mr.
located on his claim. Mrs. Elizabeth Hopkins being the
the valley except through the moun- Eli Jones being the only surviving
Mr. Briggs put stock on his ranch tains: one from Lake county coming first teacher. Later a schoolhouse
member still retaining his member-
and passed back and forth from over by the Tom Lamb ranch, the was built on the land now owned by
ship at the present time, having
Sonoma county until 1857 when he other from Calpella, this road being Mrs. Rose Lea and this was called
been an active member in the orga-
Potter Valley District, Mrs. A. O.
brought his family here and located called Hell’s Delight. In 1860 a road nization for more than 50 years.
Carpenter teaching here for two
permanently on what is still known was built down the canyon to In 1874 the Grange hall was
years. Shortly after the Union
as the Briggs ranch and owned by Coyote valley and in this year a erected on land which had been
school was formed in Lower Potter
his heirs. Samuel Chase and family flour mill was erected at that place, donated by Richmond Carner for
and in 1866 the Oriental school was
came into the valley with Mrs. afterward known as Cleveland’s approved at Centerville. In 1876 the that purpose, all of the money and
Briggs at that time and their daugh- mill. This was a great convenience Pomo school was built, this was labor for building being given by
ter, Mrs. Mary Howard, now living to the people of the valley as before later abandoned but the three dis- the members of the Grange at that
in Coyote valley was the first white that all flour and other supplies had tricts first named were maintained time. Many additions and improve-
child born in Potter Valley. to be brought over the mountain until they were consolidated into ments have been made at various
Others coming into the valley from Calpella, often on pack horses the Potter Valley Union School in times and this hall has been used for
that year were Pierce and Frank or carried by the Indians. 1919. practically all public gatherings in
Asbill, William, Boone and Calvin A long hard journey had to be The first church was built at the valley up to the present time.
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Certified Crisis Counselors specializing in the areas month. Contact Rhonda at 462-8582. day before, or drop in) at the offices of North Coast
of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. Cub Scouts Pack 64 Opportunities, 776 South State St., Suite 102B.
A one-year commitment is requested upon com- • Cub Scouts Pack 64 is seeking both leaders and Note: please do not call or mail North Coast
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a program of North Coast Opportunities, a commu- Cancer Resource Centers of Mendocino • Any volunteers available to help at the Food
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more information at 467-3200 ext. 316. • Volunteers are needed to drive people with can- tenance, and office work.
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• Volunteer help sought at the Hospice Thrift and phones, landscape maintenance, assist with fundrais- 459-3333.
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ed. For more information, contact Dennis at 462- Lake Mendocino Army Corps of Engineers • Looking for volunteers for a Junk Drawer
3141. • Volunteers are being sought for outdoor work at Robotics project. We are looking for interested
Peregrine Audubon Society Lake Mendocino; indoor work is also available, in adults to work with youth using existing curriculum
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ing PR, writing, meeting setup, conservation activi- mation, contact Volunteer Coordinator Ondrej robots this is for you. For more information, contact
ties. Peregrine is specifically looking for persons Macejko at 467-4235.
with good computer and organizational skills to Linda Edgington at 463-4495 Or e-mail: ledging-
Ukiah Senior Center firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Phoenix Hospice Disabled American Veterans
lifting, sorting and pickups.
• Volunteers will be taught about the history of • Volunteers who can fill in for dishwashers, set • Any volunteers located in Mendocino County or
hospice, the volunteer role, communication skills, up and take down tables and chairs. Santa Rosa available to transport veteran patients to
family dynamics, body mechanics, bedside care • Volunteers are also needed for Bingo events. San Francisco V.A. Medical Center. For more infor-
techniques, community resources, grief and loss, • Any volunteer who may have experience in local mation, call 463-4226.
pain management, comfort care, funeral procedures, soliciting and fund-raising for special events. Project Sanctuary
advance planning documentation and spiritual care. Contact the center at 462-4343. • Project Sanctuary is a domestic violence and
This volunteer training is held once a week for seven Mendocino County Releaf sexual assault crisis center, and is currently accept-
weeks and classes are free of charge; 456-3244. • Tree planting in the Ukiah area during the ing volunteers.
Boys & Girls Club of Ukiah months of December, January and February. For For more information, contact Melanie Wagner at
• Needs volunteers for a variety of activities, from more information, contact Miles Gordon at 468- 462-9196.
yard maintenance to custodial, secretarial , working 5116. VORP
with kids, reading books, craft projects, indoor/out- California Conservation Corps • Any volunteers to work with juvenile offenders
door sports, games. Located at the Alex Rorabaugh Volunteers are being sought to provide leadership and victims. Must go through an eight-hour training.
Center on the campus of Grace Hudson Elementary training to 18- to 23-year-old men and women. For more information, contact the VORP Office at
School. Operates each day after school until 6:30 • Training skillsets sought include interview 462-6160.
and M-F 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. during school holi- skills, math, literacy, home finance, and basic gar- Pomolita Middle School and Pomolita Club
days and the summer. 1640 South State St.; 707-467- ment repair. For more information, contact Brian Live
4900 ; Bishop 463-2822. • Any volunteers to help in the library, computer
www.ukiahbgc.org. Adult Literacy lab, music boosters and more. For more information,
Girl Scouts of Northern California • Teach adults (16 and over) to read and write.
• Has troops at every level of Girl Scouts: Daisies contact Vera Leach at 463-5224, ext. 5501.
For more information in Willits contact Katherine Department of Rehabilitation
(K & 1st), Brownies (2nd & 3rd), Juniors (4th & Moberg at 459-5098, in Ukiah call 463-4155
5th), and Cadettes (6th through 8th). Girl Scout CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) of • Any volunteers to do some office work, they
Seniors and Ambassadors are working with younger Mendocino County will train in computer data work, filing and answer-
girls. The more adult volunteers they have, the more CASA has several ways in which one can advo- ing phones. For more information, contact Lucy at
girls they can serve. And of course, you won’t have cate on behalf of one of Mendocino County’s abused 463-6803; leave a message, and she will return your
to search for your year’s supply of cookies! If you and neglected children: call. Or visit www.dor.ca.gov.
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years, as well as the principal’s change in class size, shortened school
response to the data and subsequent year and change in principal.
Suggestions for improvement learning.
goals for improvement approved by Despite South Valley School having
the board. include: Focusing on school-wide
fewer students than most schools in the
Eagle Peak showed improvement teaching strategies that “ensure first
best instruction,” an emphasis on char- district, it showed very low proficien- The Journal
from the previous year in all cate-
gories, but failed to meet the Adequate acter development, and to encourage cy scores in ELA, History (grade 11)
Math, and science. Out of 83 students
Yearly Progress (AYP) proficiency parent participation through “parent
nights.” tested, only 12 percent showed ELA
benchmark of 67.6 percent set by the
state. Pomolita Middle School students proficiency in 2011. History test scores To
show 11.2 percent proficiency out of
Eagle Peak had a 43.7 percent pro- showed improvement in their ELA test
scores in 2011, up 2.2 percent to 42.2 89 students tested. Subscribe
ficiency rate in English-Language Arts Math scores were the lowest with
(ELA) for 2011, up 9.3 percent from percent proficiency, but dropped in all
other categories. not one students out of 50 testing at a call:
2010, and a 36 percent rating in
History (grade 8), a 1 percent increase.
The middle school’s math rating was
History (grade 8) declined from
46.3 percent in 2010 to 42.6 in 2011.
The school objectives for improving 468-3533
Math scores also came in well below student achievement include: Use of
low with a 28.4 percent proficiency, data by staff to achieve targeted stan-
nearly 40 percent below the state pro- the state proficiency benchmark of
67.6 percent with a 31 percent profi- dards; instituting a new bell schedule
ficiency benchmark. and holding students accountable to
The report states that math “will ciency rating out of 616 children.
Pomolita’s 8th grade science scores arrive on time to class; display student dents.
undoubtedly be our primary focus for achievements in bulletins and newslet- The school’s only decline was in
at least the next several years,” and were their lowest with 29.2 percent
proficient out of 260 students. ters; collaborate with other UUSD sec- ELA, which went from 49.5 percent
that “Math achievement must improve ondary teachers; log, monitor and proficient out of 359 students to 46.9
immediately.” All in all, Pomolita did not meet any
state growth requirements set by the observe student progress; and create percent proficient out of 341 students
In response to the low math rating, syllabuses for each course that maps tested in 2011.
during this school year math teachers No Child Left Behind Act. According the standards to the content being
to the school’s performance data Yokayo set six goals to improve stu-
participated in a teaching academy to taught. dent achievement in the 2011-12
attempt to improve their teaching report, the two areas of focus are “to
align instruction to standards and stu- According to the Yokayo school year including raising the num-
methodology and pedagogy. Elementary student achievement plan, ber of proficient student scores in ELA
dent attainment, and the other is to
Eagle Peak Principal Dan Stearns develop successful intervention pro- 100 percent of teachers at the school by 10 students in 2012; increase math
says during the 2011-12 school year he grams to meet the needs of the students have “low achieving students” in their proficiency of eight students in 2012;
would visit classrooms at least five coming to the school.” classes and school- wide 70 percent of increase socio economic disadvan-
hours a week to monitor teaching and According to the report, by next the students are socio-economically taged students proficiency by 10 per-
also participate in the teaching acade- month Pomolita teachers will visibly disadvantaged. cent; all grade levels or programs are
my to fully inform his monitoring. post the learning objective in the class- Yokayo’s 5th grade science test to meet approximately three times a
Oak Manor School showed no room, which will match the lesson and scores showed slight improvement month to analyze and monitor student
improvement in 2011, with proficien- independent work assigned to students from 2010 to 2011, up .6 percent, progress; monitor student reading
cy ratings well below the state bench- so they may be able to articulate the resulting in 46.6 percent proficiency goals and inform parents of continuous
mark. English-Language arts declined learning objectives. Also by next out of 73 students tested. student progress; to maintain a safe
by 9.3 percent, from 34.3 to 25 percent month, Principal Antonio Lopez, as Math scores during 2011 also and orderly school culture focused on
proficiency school-wide. well as the vice principal and dean will reflected a student improvement of 2.1 academic achievement for all students
The elementary school had a 37.8 all spend at least five hours a week in percent from 2010, with 53 percent and improve/reward positive school
percent proficiency rating in math out the classroom to monitor teaching and showing proficiency out of 338 stu- attendance and behavior.
A-6 – SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2012
Editor: K.C. Meadows, 468-3526 The Ukiah Daily Journal firstname.lastname@example.org
In our opinion
Help us meet our goal
We are a little more than half Club as a safe and happy place to
way to our goal of $50,000 in com- be during those long summer days
munity contributions to the UDJ when Mom and Dad are at work.
Spring Fund Drive for the Ukiah The Ukiah Boys & Girls Club
Boys & Girls Club. provides these children with activ-
We are gratified by the generous ities, snacks and mentors to help
donations so many people have make summer a fruitful and fun
already given and we urge others time. These families depend on
out there in our community to step your help to keep these kids off the
up as well. streets or out of latchkey homes
Remember, every dollar you and apartments.
contribute toward the goal is dou- Please help us reach our goal by
bled by the matching donation of
$50,000 from Retech of Ukiah. sending your checks or money
And another $10,000 matching orders (made out to “Ukiah Boys
grant is available from the Ukiah and Girls Club”) to the Ukiah Boys
Police Department. and Girls Club at P.O. Box 67,
Summer is coming and school Ukiah, 95482, or bringing or mail-
will soon be out. Hundreds of ing them to The Ukiah Daily
those school children will be Journal office at 590 S. School St.
depending on the Boys & Girls Ukiah, 95482.
Letters from our readers Assignment:
KZYX election over We have six public Board
To the Editor:
meetings per year. The meetings
rotate among locations in Ukiah
I am President of the Board of Anderson Valley, Willits, Ukiah,
Directors of KZYX, the non-profit and the Coast. The time and place
By Tommy Wayne
community radio station for of each meeting will be Kramer
Mendocino County. In early announced in advance on-air and
March, the Daily Journal pub- on our website. Anyone is wel-
lished a letter from one of the can- come to attend. We also have a
didates in the recent KZYX Board Community Advisory Board
elections. Following up on that
letter, this is to let your readers
(”CAB”) that collects input from
the public on programming and
Our Poet Laureate, upon his elevation
know the outcome of the election, other issues, and passes that input (Shortly after Dan Barth was named Ukiah’s newest Poet Laureate, we received a
spread the word about what along to our Board. Our website sobbing phone message at the Daily Journal from Tommy Wayne Kramer, distraught
KZYX brings to the community, tells you how to connect with the that he had not been given the honor (though he was actually nominated!) He then
and let people know how to CAB, and will give advance departed for Cleveland on a Greyhound bus; we understand he had been planning his
engage with us. inaugural speech and party for more than a year. The following was found on a crum-
notice of the CAB’s public meet- pled ball of paper in his vacant motel room. Our prayers are with him)
In the election we had one seat ings.
that did not have a geographic res- If you are not already a KZYX
idence restriction (called an “at O tremble and weep ye mere mortal peasants
listener and a member, we hope For I am a Poet, and I stand in your presence
large” seat). King Collins and you will listen and join us. We
Holly Madrigal competed for the Yes I am a Poet, a Laureate in fact
offer a wide variety of national
at-large seat. Holly Madrigal won, My glory ‘tis boundless, and also my tact
programs, like Morning Edition,
receiving 556 votes. King Collins Fresh Air, Democracy Now with
received 51 votes. We had an open My rhymes are timeless, the legendary sort
Amy Goodman, and AI Jazeera
seat for a person residing in English News. We also have great My fame spreads from Comptche all the way to Lakeport
District 2. Ed Keller ran for that local programming, with more My verse, filled with meaning, layer on layer
seat unopposed, receiving 498 than 100 volunteer programmers. Makes me nearly as important as our City Mayor
votes. We had an open seat for a Check us out. You will find some-
person residing in District 5. thing you like, and you won’t Yes I’m a grand Poet, the finest in Ukiah
Eliane Herring ran for that seat regret it. And thanks for support- Quite an honor, you see, and you couldn’t buy a
unopposed, receiving 504 votes. ing KZYX. Similar award (did you know I live in a tower?)
KZYX has a broadcast signal Bob Page And wear a fancy crown when I take a shower?
that reaches about 90 percent of Board President
the people in Mendocino County, People stop me for autographs but I turn them away
plus quite a few people in Western I write nothing for free; I demand strictly top pay
Lake County. From our main stu- Small business As I walk down the street I trail clouds of perfume
dio in Philo, we broadcast from owner’s need While I ponder deep thoughts of life, death and doom
three separate transmitters that
cover Willits and Ukiah (91.5 To the Editor: Yes I’m quite a Poet, a genius you could say
FM), Anderson Valley (90.7 FM) I have run my consulting busi- I give interviews on NPR and then spend the day
and Fort Bragg area (88.1 FM). ness as a small corporation for 30 Immersed in tragic thoughts about the 19 shades of gray
We have a website, kzyx.org, years. The business hasn’t lobbied Unseen by the common folk (their trifles are but play)
where we post our program sched- for a change in any law because it
ule. You can listen to KZYX on- is too small to even afford a plate I easily see a million things invisible to you
line (streaming on the web) by at a fundraising dinner. As a I understand a hidden world of which you have no clue
visiting our website. We post our small-business owner, I certainly Where you see mere stanzas, just words inside a book
financial statements, Bylaws, and could not bring a lawsuit saying I see metaphors (Poets know exactly where to look!)
other information about the nuts- my tax rate is unfair as some large
and-bolts of station operations and corporations have done in the Blank verse! Haiku! Iambic pentameter!
finances on our website. I know them all well, for I’m no poet amateur
See LETTERS, Page A-7 I’m top Poet in Ukiah, and perhaps Redwood Valley
Glory and honor? Far more than I can tally
In LA I’m considered a shaker and a mover
Daily Journal “In Our Opinion” editorials are written by Editor K.C. In France I’m honored with a showing at the Louvre
Meadows with the concurrence of Publisher Kevin McConnell. All other
opinions expressed on any of our Forum pages in columns or letters In England I’m crowned as King of the Sonnet
are solely those of the authors, none of whom are Daily Journal staff. In the art world I’m famous, like Van Gogh and Monet
A hundred years from now children still will know my name
WHERE TO WRITE My words, carved in marble, will add grandeur to my fame
Scholars will study my poems whilst they sob and weep
President Barack Obama: 0933,FAX 962-0934;
At my brilliance and beauty and genius so deep
The White House, 1600 Pennsyl- www.house.gov/write rep
vania Ave., Washington, D.C. Assemblyman Wes Ches-
20500; (202) 456-1111, FAX Yes now is the time and these are the days
bro: State Assembly District 1, To gather before me and shower me with praise
(202)456-2461. Capitol, Rm. 4146, Sacramento, And cheer and applaud when I flutter an eye
Governor Jerry Brown: 95814. (916) 319-2001. Ukiah When I whisper a couplet, hear fair damsels cry
State Capitol, Sacramento, 95814. field representative Ruth Valen-
(916) 445-2841; FAX 916-558- zuela is located at 200 S. School An annual parade! Such an honor that would be!
6160. Street, 463.5770, 463.5773 (fax) Memorize my verse; name your first-born after me
Sen. Barbara Boxer: 112 Senator Noreen Evans: State Now hand me my scepter! Deliver me my mace!
Hart Senate Office Bldg., Wash- Senate District 2, Capitol Building, My 40-ouncer too, then abandon ye this place
ington, D.C. 20510; (202)224- Room 5100, Sacramento, 95814.
3553; San Francisco, (415) 403- (916) 445-3375; (916)-323-6958 I feel a poem coming on, a mighty blast of rhyme
0100 FAX (202) 224--0454 (fax); email@example.com. I need my crackpipe, solitude and a little bit of time
Sen. Dianne Feinstein: 331 Ukiah office contact Jeff Tyrrell, Before I reap my genius I must, of course, first sow it
Hart Senate Office Bldg., Wash- 200 S. School St.,468-8914 Fax: It’s all part of my burden, as your Laureate Poet
ington, D.C. 20510. (202)224- 707-468-8931
3841 FAX (202) 228-3954; San Mendocino County Super- --Tommy Wayne Kramer
Francisco (415) 393-0707; sena- visors: Carre Brown, 1st District; April, 2012
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SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2012 – A-7
Editor: K.C. Meadows, 468-3526 The Ukiah Daily Journal firstname.lastname@example.org
SUNDAY VOICES ON THE STREETS
What summer activity are
Unhappy with MCSO on civil rights you looking forward to?
On April 16 at approximately signatures in support of the
3:30 p.m., I parked in the parking rezoning of the Masonite proper-
lot at the Ukiah Crossroads
Shopping Center, located near Another Voice ty. They were never challenged
or told to leave, in spite of being
Maternal and Child
the corner of State Street and
Empire Road in Ukiah. As I BY DENNIS O’BRIEN there all day for several days. It
appears that Raley’s management Ukiah
walked toward Raley’s is fine with petitions that will
Supermarket, I saw a woman on bring more shoppers to the area, “Diving into the
the sidewalk with a clipboard in but not those that will hurt its ocean.”
her hand. She was standing near knew that the First Amendment bottom line.
a large stone pillar, on the oppo- applied to the states. He said that When this issue came up a few
site side from the entrance to didn’t affect his enforcement of years ago at the Ukiah Walmart,
Raley’s. She was not in any way private property laws. the court upheld the right of peo-
interfering with foot traffic. If When I stated that I believed ple to engage in political speech
anyone tried to enter the store Sheriff Allman would disagree, in front of a store in a shopping
using the space she was occupy- he replied that Sheriff Allman center. “Accommodating free Ellie Siegel
ing, they would have run into the could not tell him how to enforce speech is one of the costs of Retired
stone pillar. the law. I replied that Sheriff doing business” in a politically Ukiah
As I approached, the woman Allman could tell him if he was active community, the court
asked me if I would like to sign making a mistake. The detective announced. “I look forward to
some ballot petitions. I said I then stated that if we did not Thus I was shocked when an playing music in the
would. She had at least three stop, he would have to arrest us on-duty senior officer of the park.”
petitions to get ballot measures for trespassing on private proper- Mendocino County Sheriff’s
on the ballot. I signed two of ty. The woman left immediately. Office violated the civil rights of
them. Before I could get to the I walked into the store. I was not two people who were engaged in
next one, a law enforcement offi- able to review or sign the addi- the most protected form of free
cer appeared. He was wearing a tional ballot petitions that the speech – the political dialogue
shirt with a Sheriff’s office logo woman had with her. that precedes any candidate or
on the left breast, and a Sheriff’s After shopping, I went to the initiative qualifying for a ballot. Naithan Norton
office badge on his belt. He stat- Mendocino County Sheriff’s For him to do so at the request of
ed that the woman seeking signa- a disgruntled business owner is Handyman
Office on Low Gap Road in
tures for the ballot measures Ukiah. Sheriff Tom Allman was identical to the police misconduct Ukiah
must leave. The woman stated not available, so I spoke with his that occurred during the Civil
what she was doing and said she assistant. She advised me on how Rights movement, when store “I’m looking forward
was just exercising her free to file a formal complaint with owners called the police to have to going swimming
speech rights. This MCSO this detective’s supervisor. She non-whites removed from their and fishing.”
Detective stated that she was on then listened as I described what stores. Such an abuse of power
private property, and that the I called a civil rights violation. discourages participation in the
store manager had requested that She said if the Sheriff was in, she political process and destroys
she leave. would have me talk with him public confidence in those who
I then stated that the Supreme directly, but that he was out until are sworn to protect us.
Court had held that a shopping the next day. I request that Sheriff Allman
center was the equivalent of a I do not believe that the side- order refresher training for his Tamsen Donner
town square, and that it could be walk at the shopping center is entire force on the rights of free Artist
used for gathering signatures for owned by Raley’s, but rather by speech under both state and fed- Blue Lakes
political purposes. The MCSO the owners of the center. I eral law. I also request that this
Detective replied that he was believe that the manager of detective be publicly reprimand- “Swimming, going
enforcing California law, and that Raley’s made a politically moti- ed for his actions, and that all around acting wild
the owner of a business had the vated decision to discourage par- such activity by him or any other and laughing as
right to ask anyone to leave the ticipation in the political process. officer cease immediately. Sheriff
place of business. Allman should address these con- much as possible.”
The woman collecting the signa-
I then asked him to identify tures told me she had made a cerns so that the people of
himself. He gave me his name courtesy visit to inform Raley’s Mendocino County can be confi-
and rank and confirmed he was a management of her activities. dent in their right to engage in
member of the Mendocino One of the ballot measures was political discussion and confident
County Sheriff’s Department. I for increasing taxes on people that the Sheriff’s Department will Vic Crosetti
asked if he was on duty, and he and businesses making over enforce the law, not the personal Retired
said yes. I asked him if he was $250,000 per year. A few years preferences of the powerful.
aware of the First Amendment, ago, I witnessed petitioners at Dennis O’Brien is a Ukiah Ukiah
and he said yes. I asked him if he both entrances to Raley’s seeking resident.
“I’m looking forward
to a summer of
Letters the roar of mega-corporate
money flooding our political sys-
pictures on the local rugby team
in the sports section, I noticed
tem. It’s time for “We the something odd. Throughout the
Continued from Page A-6
People” to act together to right whole article written by Michael
the wrongs of mega-corporate Winter, he never once
past. I think I stand with most power and re-create our govern- mentioned the names of any of
small business owners who act ment to be of the people, by the the players.
responsibly and pay their taxes. people and for the people, as well The same with all six of the
We don’t think of our businesses as giving small business a more pictures. The players for both
level playing field. Cynthia Hoovler
as people, but as legal entities teams clearly had numbers on the Teacher
granted licenses to do business, Judy Popowski back of their jerseys. Was there
and we’d like to eliminate the no roster available?
ability of the “big guys” to influ- Is there a coach? If so, I'm
ence public policy with money so Where were sure he would have been happy
we can compete. the names? to provide the names of the play-
How sad that small business ers. If not, whatever happened to
who creates most new jobs and To the Editor: the post game interviews? Lousy
citizens whose interests should I was flipping through the coverage Mr. Winter.
be the primary concern of our Journal on Thursday April 12 and Mike McInerney
government cannot compete with while perusing the article and Ukiah Photos and interviews by Brian Maneely.
The Bork summer
Presumptive Republican presiden- and early autumn, during which Bork nomination. But instead, he called for
tial nominee Mitt Romney recently
announced that he has selected former
federal appeals court judge Robert
Judicial follies decided he had to address issues that
would be raised, because he had a
lengthy “paper trail” of scholarly arti-
a Senate vote on his nomination, even
though he admitted he was likely to
lose. And he did -- the final vote was
Bork to be his advisor on federal judi- BY FRANK ZOTTER cles and commentary, often taking con- 58-42, a record margin for a Supreme
cial nominees should Romney become troversial positions during his days as a Court nominee. Two Democrats voted
president. It was likely an attempt by law professor. Bork had, for example, in favor of Bork, while six Republicans
Romney to shore up his own reputation term elections in the industrial suggested that southern states were voted against him.
with conservatives, many of whom dis- Midwest. Meese added that, given within their rights when they imposed President Reagan then tried to nom-
trust Romney -- and revere Judge Bork. Judge Bork’s credentials, “We can poll taxes; that the Equal Protection inate judge Douglas Ginsburg of the
Indeed, it’s hard to believe for those always put Robert Bork on the Clause should not be used to protect District of Columbia Circuit court --
who lived through it, but a quarter cen- Supreme Court” -- a fateful prediction, women’s rights; and that the Ninth but Ginsburg’s nomination was also
tury has passed since Robert Bork was as things turned out. Scalia refused to Amendment to the Constitution, which quickly withdrawn when evidence sur-
nominated for the Supreme Court -- discuss the issues that might come protects “unenumerated” rights, was faced that he had used marijuana dur-
and Supreme Court nominations before the court during his confirma- the equivalent of a “water blot on the ing his days as a professor at Harvard.
haven’t been the same since. Bork’s tion hearings, and was confirmed by a Constitution” because the rights it pro- Chastened, Reagan then nominated
nomination and the war it provoked, margin of 98-0 -- an astonishing vote tects aren’t written down. California federal appeals court judge
however, really began the previous considering that, today, Scalia is easily But while this was going on, an Anthony Kennedy, who was rather eas-
year, in 1986, when Chief Justice the most controversial member of the entirely separate campaign unfolded in ily confirmed and today holds the
Warren Burger announced his retire- court. the press that no one had seen coming.
ment from the Supreme Court. Justice Powell was perceived as a mod- swing vote on the court.
The following year, Justice Lewis Bork resigned his own federal
President Ronald Reagan chose anoth- Powell announced his retirement from erate on the Supreme Court, whereas
er sitting justice, William Rehnquist, to the court. But Scalia’s confirmation many progressives believed Bork appeals court seat in 1988 to become a
replace Burger as chief justice. hadn’t helped much during the mid- would shift the court to the right. So political commentator, and his name
Once Rehnquist was confirmed, term elections, because the Democrats various political groups began to run has become a verb, at least in conserv-
President Reagan had to pick someone took control of the Senate ten-seat mar- advertisements against Bork, including ative political circles -- “to bork”
to replace Rehnquist, and his first gin. Reagan nevertheless nominated a memorable television spot narrated meaning “to attack unfairly.” And
choice was Robert Bork, who was then Judge Bork on July 1, 1987. by actor Gregory Peck, which depicted although Supreme Court nominees had
on the District of Columbia Court of Perhaps one of the most noteworthy a scowling Judge Bork while Peck been defeated before, since 1987 every
Appeals. Reagan’s attorney general, responses came from Senator Edward asked voters to urge their senators to nomination to the Supreme Court has
Edwin Meese, suggested that Reagan Kennedy, who almost immediately vote “no” vote on Bork’s nomination. become more than just a fight over the
instead nominate Antonin Scalia, also took to the Senate floor to denounce During the first week in October, the nominee’s personal and legal qualifica-
on the D.C. Circuit, to be the first Judge Bork. Hearings before the Judiciary Committee voted against tions for the job. They’ve become just
Italian-American on the Supreme Senate Judiciary Committee -- chaired Bork’s nomination 9-5. While this did another fight over political issues --
Court, which Meese suggested might by Senator Joe Biden of Delaware -- not preclude a vote in the full Senate, waged in the judicial arena instead.
help Republicans during the 1986 mid- then unfolded during the late summer Bork was expected to withdraw his Frank Zotter is a Ukiah attorney.
A-8 – SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2012
Editor: Joe Langstaff, 468-3518 The Ukiah Daily Journal email@example.com
LOCAL MENDOCINO COLLEGE | WOMEN’S SOFTBALL
TODAY 4/22 Eagles sweep Napa Valley College
Rusty Bowl BMX
10:00 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Registration with racing to
on Sophomore Day
follow, weather permitting
BoysVarstity Golf @
TransBay Tournament in
Boys J.V. Golf vs. Rancho
Boys Varsity Golf @ Elsie
Allen High (at the Sonoma
Girls Varsity Softball vs.
Girls JV Softball vs. Maria
Potter Valley High
Softball vs. Calistoga
1 p.m and 3 p.m. DH
Softball @ Napa Valley
2 p.m. Photos by Joe Langstaff/Ukiah Daily Journal
Baseball vs. College of Above, the two sophomores on this year’s Mendocino College Eagles Softball Team, left, left
Marin fielder Britany Short (21) and right, center fielder Taylor Norris (16). The Two players were honored
between games on Tuesday’s double header with Napa Valley College.
By JOE LANGSTAFF Sophomore Day when the
Ukiah High Ukiah Daily Journal team’s sophomore players
TBA Boys JV Golf @ JV
Tournament @ Windsor On Thursday, March 29, would be honored with a
GC the Mendocino Eagles between-games ceremony.
3:15 p.m. Women’s Softball Team The Eagles had some
Boys/Girls/JV Track @ managed to start game one momentum going into
Elsie Allen of a double header at home these games, having just
3:30 p.m. vs. the Napa Valley College swept College of Marin in a
Boys Varsity Golf @ Santa Storm with just a light rain rescheduled doubleheader
Rosa High (at the Santa falling and the field in on Monday by scores of 9-
Rosa Contry Club) decent shape after previous 6 and 12-0. They got a little
4 p.m. rains. But shortly after the added edge in Tuesday’s
Boys Varsity Baseball vs.
Montgomery High game got underway, the twinbill, because the previ-
Boys JV Baseball vs. intensity of the rain ous attempt to play the first
Montgomery High increased. Hoping that the game had been suspended,
rain would abate, play con- not cancelled. Thus, instead
tinued into the second of staring over, the game
SPORTS inning with the Eagles tak-
ing a two-run lead and hav-
picked up where it left off
prior to the suspension. The
DIGEST ing two runners on in the scoreboard showed the
bottom of the second. But Eagles at bat in the second
UHS Water Polo with puddles forming on inning with a 2-0 lead.
Team Car Wash the infield and the players, Before the first pitch, the
coaches and umpires con- Storm took the field and
The Ukiah Dolphin tinuing to be pelted with Eagles’ runners were
Water Polo team will be the unrelenting rain, the allowed occupy first and
holding a fund-raising car umpires conferenced with third base, where they had
wash in the Mendo Mill
parking lot on Sunday, the coaches (see photo) and stood when the game was
April 29, from 11 a.m. decided to suspend the suspended almost three
until 3:30 p.m. You can game. weeks earlier.
call Rick Cleland at 463- Fast forward to this past Jessica Lothrop took the
1551 for more informa- Tuesday. The two teams slab for the Storm and
tion. were once again assembled faced the first batter for the File photo
at the same Mendocino Eagles, shortstop Meranda Above, umpires suspend the Eagles/Napa Valley
Powers (Willits HS). game in the bottom of the second inning on
Puma Soccer College field, this time
March 29, due to rain. The game was resumed
playing under sunny skies. Powers immediately kept
Team Tryouts Because these games things going on the right
this past Tuesday, where it left off, with the
Eagles up 2-0 with two runners on base.
would be the last regularly track for the Eagles by
Ukiah Valley Youth scheduled home games for grounding a single up the run of the game. The side Mendocino was staked to a
Soccer is holding the the Eagles, it was also middle to drive in the third was then retired, but
Puma Team tryouts. See Eagles, Page A-9
Tryouts for the 2012
season are for U12 Girls
and U10, U12, U14 Boys.
They will be held on the
following dates, at the fol-
lowing times, at the
Pomolita Athletic Field.
Today April 22, 10:00
a.m. - 11:30 a.m., U12
Girls and U10 Boys
Today April 22, 11:30
a.m. - 1:00 p.m., U12
Boys and U14 Boys
Wednesday, April 25,
5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m., U12
Girls and U10 Boys
Wednesday, April 25,
6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m., U12
Boys and U14 Boys
If you have any ques-
tions please visit our web-
site at www.uvysl.org or
the hotline 467-9797
The Ukiah Youth
announces a Positive
Coaching Alliance train-
ing workshop for all local Photos by Joe Langstaff/Ukiah Daily Journal
sports coaches will be held Above, Eagles shortstop Meranda Powers (10) and first baseman Tasha Kelvin (5) had big games at
the plate in the double-header win over Napa Valley College.
See Digest, Page A-10
THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2012 – A-9
Eagles We Buy
Continued from Page A-8 & Sell
3-0 lead. Gold & Silver NEWSPAPER
Facing Eagles’ pitcher ADVERTISING
Taneya Wills (Analy Coins has staying power.
HS), the Storm picked has selling power!
up a run on a sac fly in
the top of the third. But
“Since 1980” 468-0640 With so many advertising
Full Service 303 ‘A’ Talmage Rd., Ukiah mediums dividing the attention of
the Eagles got that run potential customers, newspapers
back and more in the remain the most effective source
bottom of the inning. lead. and Taylor loaded the for reaching consumers. Why?
With one out, catcher After Wills set the bases. With one-out, first Simply put, newspapers reach
Stasia Pinnegar (Ukiah storm down in order in baseman Tasha Kelvin more people, more often. Highly
HS), left fielder Britany portable and highly visible,
the top of the fourth, a (Oakland HS) brought newspaper ads go with people and
Short (Round Valley couple more Napa errors the game to an end, stay with them.
HS), second baseman led to another Eagles’ blasting a three-run dou- That means your business is more
Haley Weldon (Yreka run. ble, making the score likely to be on their minds when
HS) and right fielder Napa got one back in 10-2 and invoking the they’re in the market for related
Maegan Ray (Round the top of the fifth, but eight-run rule, with the products or services. When it
Valley HS) all got base comes to spending your
the Eagles went for the Eagles being declared advertising dollars, make the
hits to produce two more jugular in the bottom of the winner. choice that’s tried and true:
runs. A walk and an the inning. Three Between games, newspaper advertising works
infield error added straight hits to start the Eagles’ Head Coach harder for you.
another for a 6-1 Eagles inning by Ray, Powers Kelvin Chapman intro-
To advertise, call today
duced the team’s two 707-468-3500!
sophomores, Norris and
Short. Per Eagles’ soft-
ball tradition in the
Chapman era, both play-
ers were presented with
bouquets AND Kelvin
Chapman baseball cards,
Chapman having been
Pitcher Taneya Wills (00)
Photos by Joe Langstaff/Ukiah Daily
Above, during the Sophomore Day ceremony between games, Eagles Head Coach Kelvin
Chapman (left) presents sophomore Britany Short with a bouquet of flowers and Kelvin
Chapman baseball cards.
Right fielder Maegan Ray (20)
Second baseman Haley Weldon (1) Third baseman Ashley Arroyo (3)
left and Pinnegar getting by Short to up their lead two-run double. They
signed by the New York a sac fly. to 7-1. Storm managed to plate
Mets in 1975 and played The Eagles tacked on The Storms Melissa two more before the side
for the organization for five more runs in the Santos blasted a home was retired. The Eagles
10 years, making his second. Third baseman run over the left field lead was down to 8-6.
Major League debut in Ashley Arroyo (Upper fence leading off the But that was a close
1979 and playing his last Lake HS) got a leadoff third, but the Eagles as the Storm would get.
season with the Mets in single but was erased on matched that run with a In fact, they didn’t score
1985. a fielder’s choice. run in their half of the another run the rest of
With the Sophomore Powers lined a one out inning. Powers got her the game, while the
Day ceremony conclud- single off the second third hit of the game, a Eagles added one more
ed and the players get- baseman’s glove. An double and later scored and swept the double
ting a short break infield error allowed two on a fielder’s choice to header, winning the
between games, game runs to score. Although a make the score 8-2. game by a final score of
two began with the two runner got thrown out at In the fourth, Napa 9-6.
teams fielding the same the plate on a double Valley finally had the big The teams will meet
lineups. The Eagles took steal, the Eagles picked rally it had been missing one more time this sea-
a 2-1 lead in the first up three more runs on a all day. They loaded the son, when the Eagles
Catcher Stasia Pinnegar (7) inning with Kelvin Wills single, another bases with two out.
stroking an RBI single to infield error and a single Santos cashed in with a See Eagles, Page A-10
A-10 – SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2012
SPORTS THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL
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Local wrestlers shine at
Girls State Middle
Above, left, Clarie Payne, State Champion, and right, Laura
Schueller, six place, in State Middle School Wrestling
Above, Claire Payne occupies the top spot among the medal win-
ners in her class, having placed first at the Girls Middle School State
Above, left to right, Claire Payne, State Champion, Coach Jimmy
Payne (Dad), and Laura Schueller, sixth in the state.
Above, the California Middle School State Champions with Claire
Claire Payne lower left.
It will focus on helping coaches Recreational Registration Season with
address working with players, building online registration. You can register
team spirit, building player confidence online by visiting the website at
and good sportsmanship (not necessar- www.uvysl.org. Walk-in registration
ilyll local coaches are encouraged to will be held on the following dates at
attend – no matter what sport they the Alex Rorabaugh Center located at
coach. There will be something for 1640 South State Street, Ukiah:
everyone, whether you are a veteran
coach or a brand new coach. The Registration for players of coaches,
workshop will provide excellent infor- assistant coaches and sponsors
mation from professional trainers and Thursday, April 26
will focus on how to have an amazing 6 – 8 p.m.
Submitted photos coaching experience and ensure your Registration for returning players
Above, at the podium, Alyssa Roberts takes third in the Girls Middle players have a positive sports experi- Friday, April 27
School State Wrestling Championships and Laura Schueller takes ence. 6 – 8 p.m.
sixth. The no-cost workshop is being Registration for new Players
sponsored by the Ukiah Youth Saturday, April 28
building player confidencewill focus Baseball League and it is highly sug- 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Digest on helping coaches address working
with players, building team spirit,
gested that UYBL Managers and
Coaches attend. Questions? Contact
Make up Registration (anyone)
Saturday, May 15
building player confidence and good firstname.lastname@example.org 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Continued from Page A-8 sportsmanship (not necessarily game
Tomorrow, April 23 from 6 – 8 p.m. techniques).This workshop will pro- Ukiah Valley Youth Registration Cost: $45 first child,
Check in starts at 5:45 p.m. with the vide excellent information from pro- $40 for each sibling. Scholarship
workshop starting promptly at 6 p.m. fessional trainers and will focus on Soccer League applications available at registration.
at Pomolita Middle School in Ukiah. how to have an amazing sports experi- registration Only proof of income required.
The workshop, entitled "Coaching ence for yourself as well as your play- Contact the League by calling the hot-
for Winning and Life Lessons” focus- ers, good sportsmanship and much, The Ukiah Valley Youth Soccer line at 467-9797 or via email at
es on helping coaches address working much more. League has begun the 2012 Fall email@example.com with any questions.
with players, building team spirit,
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Ukiah Daily Journal FLAP team then had to
With great weather wait most of the day to
forecasted in Las Vegas, get to their respective
Brian Bartlow, a para- races. Race 15 was the
medic in Ukiah and resi- Clubman race where
dent of Kelseyville and some of the bikes are
his Feel Like A Pro.com legally (by class) larger
racing team headed to displacement motorcy-
Las Vegas Motor speed- cles than the Kawasaki
way on the first weekend 250 Ninja the FLAP
of the month to compete team rides, but that
in Round three of the doesn't discourage the
Lucas Oils WERA West team from riding against
series. the bigger, faster bikes.
With great weather Starting on pole,
usually comes great rac- Brian got a great start
ing, so excitement was only to be passed by
high as the team made the more powerfully-
their way south. After built 450 which man-
driving 12 hours in the aged to stay in front until
team motor home, the the checkered breaking
FLAP team arrived in Brian's winning streak at
The City of Lights at 2 16. The impressive part
a.m. to find the gates of this loss was that he
open at the speedway. finished second and was
They quickly located only several thousandth
their pit area and of second a lap slower
parked to get a couple against the bike which
hours rest to make sure was almost double the
they were on time for displacement of the
registration for the FLAP team’s 250s.
Friday practice. At the same time on
Crew Chief Dave the track, there was also
Seyl, from Fairfield, was the Clubman Novice the same, after the prac-
up early and had all the race, and FLAP was rep- tice session, the team got
Monster Energy / Feel resented by young out of their racing suits
Like A Pro motorcycles Brandon Kyee who to relax and enjoy the
ready for the team to go competed last year in the races before their events
out for their first practice FIM World which were scheduled in
session. After the first Championship in the the afternoon. As stated
session, the riders European 250 Ninja Cup earlier, with great weath-
reported to Brian that the series for riders 17-and- er comes great racing as
track felt great, but that younger. Despite repre- each event was raced,
they had some issues on senting the United Brian brought back win
certain parts of the States, Brandon had not after win and eclipsed
track. With Brian being established any points his own track record
the track record holder, state side and was along the way. However,
who better to talk to required to run the Bartlow's bigger thrill
about where to make novice class with came from learning that
adjustments for WERA in 2012. the Novice Brandon
improvement and after Brandon easily out- Kyee also won his
the next session, the rid- classed the field and events and also eclipsed
ers all improved their went on for the win and the old lap record, set-
times and were ready to at the end of the race ting a new one at 1:30
move to their next dis- day. flat. Bartlow conceded
cussion with Brian to Added to that, that it will be a hard time Photo by FLAP Racing
make further improve- throughout the day the to beat for quite some
time. But being a racer Above, Brain Bartlow racing his Kawaski 250 Ninja on the track.
ments. By the end of the remaining FLAP
day, the riders felt confi- riders were finishing in at heart, with a little
dent that they would be the second and third smile, he said he will be
competitive and spots for each race back in November to
post even faster times entered, and totals indi- make that attempt!
the next day at the races. cated that the FLAP As the Sunday pro-
On Friday afternoon, team ended up with 18 gram came to an end, the
several more team mem- trophies by the end of Feel Like A Pro team did
bers arrived via airplane S a t u r d a y ' s exactly what they set out
and were picked up at program. With these to do when leaving for
the airport before going accomplishments in the Vegas. Despite being in
to dinner. All retired book, the FLAP team a town that usually has
early to get much needed enjoyed a great meal in visitors leaving a little
rest for the weekend’s town and again it was an lighter than when the
racing and to ensure that early check-in for anoth- arrived, the FLAP Team
the FLAP team showed a er goods night rest in ended the weekend leav-
team presence at the preparation of upping ing for home with 35
track as well as a team the bar on Sunday. podium finishes and a
successes on it. With this With the confidences lot of gold colored hard-
round of the WERA gained on Saturday, the ware.
series being a double FLAP team set out to The FLAP will again
header with races on ride faster and make hit the tracks with team
Saturday and Sunday attempts at the 250 track testing on April 30 at
being individually lap record which was Thunderhill Raceway in
scored for overall points, currently set in 2010 by Willows, CA, in prepa- Photo by FLAP Racing
a good rest would be Brian himself at ration for the American Abovehe Feel Like A Pro (FLAP) racing team. Left to right, Dave
important. 1:31. The youngest Federation of Seyl, Randal Knibb, team owner Brian Bartlow, Brandon Kyee, Sarah
Saturday, morning FLAP rider, Brandon Motorcyclists season Preston, Michael Kim, Robert Hess, Logan Hanks, Dave Murphy,
arrived quickly. Again, Kyee was one of those opener over the May 12 Tosh Hall.
Crew Chief Dave had riders intent on breaking and 13 weekend. If you
everyone's bikes ready the lap record As stated would like more infor-
to go. After the first by Bartlow, "Brandon is mation on the FLAP
practice session, the a very talented rider, his team or would like to
FLAP riders were all results in the European rent one of the same
posting great times. Cup shows he has the motorcycles used by the
Knowing that most talent." Brian went on to FLAP racers at a track
every rider posts faster describe how he met day event, please contact
times in races, the posi- Brandon after contacting Brian at www.feel-
tive energy in the pits his parents to offer assis- likeapro.com.
was high. For Brian, tance to them in working The Feel Like A Pro
well he is currently with Brandon on the team also sends it's
defending his three No. track. Since working thoughts and prayers for
1 plates in WERA from with the Kyees last year, a speedy recovery to fel-
last year, and to date in the two have become low racer, Ben Truslow,
2012, he has won every friends and Bartlow who was involved in a
race entered while set- knew that Brandon was racing incident the same
ting track lap records serious about going after weekend and was still
receiving medical treat- Photo by FLAP Racing
along the way. his own lap record. Above, the FLAP setup in the pit area at the Las Vegas Motor
After the successful With the racing for- ment in Las Vegas. Go
practice sessions, the mat for Sunday being
A-12 – SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2012
WEATHER THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL
Lake Mendocino – Lake level: 750.29 feet; Storage: 90,383 acre-feet (Maximum storage 122,500 acre-feet) Inflow: 149 cfs Outflow: 120 cfs
Mendocino County air quality – GOOD (see www.airnow.gov for more details)
Monday Board of Supervisors
sign a memorandum of
Board of Supervisors
and the MCRRFCWCID
have approved the
between the counties of MOU, and the
Continued from Page A-1 Mendocino, Sonoma Humboldt County Board
At 10 a.m., the board and Humboldt, and the of Supervisors will con-
will hear a presentation Sonoma County Water sider it at an early-May
from the Mendocino Agency, the Marin meeting, according to
County Employees’ Municipal Water District
the summary. The
Retirement Association and the Mendocino
County Russian River Redwood Valley County
on the retirement sys- Water District may also
tem’s actuarial valuation Flood Control and Water
C o n s e r v a t i o n consider the MOU, and
for fiscal year 2010- the counties of Napa and
2011, and consider Improvement District
adopting contribution (MCRRFCWCID). Solano asked for more
rates for fiscal year The MOU would cre- information on the
2012-13. ate a “coordinated process.
The county retirement regional approach” for Also on the board’s
board’s actuary, Segal an “effort to prevent the agenda are six proclama-
Company, prepared the boating-related spread of tions. They recognize
actuarial valuation and zebra and quagga mus- April 28 as Workers’
the retirement board rec- sels,” according to an Memorial Day; recog-
ommends that the Board agenda summary. The nize May as Mental Brian Maneely/ Ukiah Daily Journal
of Supervisors adopt it. board is also being asked Health Month and as
The study recom- to consider contributing A signpost at the Solar Living Center with the iconic windmill in the
National Drug Court background.
mends a “blended” $5,000 for prevention at
Month; recognize the
employer contribution Lake Mendocino.
The mussels in ques- graduates of Leadership
rate of 23.3 percent,
bringing the county’s
tion are invasive, fresh-
water species that repro-
Mendocino Class XIX;
recognize the Human Earth Of interest to both
adults and children were
the surprisingly calm
Tickets are available
online at www.hendy-
costs to $14.9 million. duce quickly and clog Race in Mendocino great-horned owl and • Potter Valley Farm
Also on the Monday water pipes, raising the County on May 5; and Continued from Page A-1 red-tailed hawk dis- and Ranch Tour: Three
agenda is a request from price of water delivery, recognize April 22 played by two women
of directors, brought farms and ranches in
Sonoma County that the among other problems. through 28 as Victims’ from the Bird Rescue
solar-powered cars built Potter Valley will be
Mendocino County The Sonoma County Rights Week. Center in Santa Rosa.
by her students in offering tours of their
Windsor for the Junior Also on-hand to sustainable operations
Solar Sprint, a national entertain the crowd were today. The tour begins at
Tuesday Bart Drive from 65
miles per hour to 55
miles per hour.
Hamburg propose a let-
ter of support for the
“They can’t be pow-
ered by anything but the
The Raging Grannies,
Dirt Floor Band and
Gang of Thieves.
11 a.m. at Magruder
Ranch, which raises
grass-fed cattle and pigs,
“A reduced speed Bill of Rights. sun,” Kovacevich said,
Continued from Page A-1
limit will lessen the safe- continues with
The two supervisors holding up a small car Events celebrating
ty hazards associated Earth Day continue McFadden Farms, which
Board of Supervisors’ also propose submitting equipped with a solar also has grass-fed cattle,
Tuesday meeting agen- with conflicting turn comments on the envi- panel that had to be cov- today across the county:
movements and the • Save Hendy Woods organic wines and other
da. ronmental evaluation ered until the car was
At 10 a.m., the board prevalence of slow-mov- fundraiser: From noon specialty foods.
and increased levels of ready to race, otherwise The tour ends at
will consider a plan to ing trucks in the area,” training and testing the wheels began spin- to 3 p.m. at Navarro
waive or reduce building an agenda summary ning immediately. Vineyards in Philo, fea- Naughty Boy Vineyards,
activities in the U.S. a small organic vine-
fees for projects that states. The most popular turing locally produced
The board will also Navy’s Northwest yard.
would create jobs. The Training Range activity for the adults by food, Navarro wines,
board last month consider a proposal from far appeared to be the music and a silent auc- The tour is “Bring
the Executive Office, Complex, expressing Your Own Lunch Bag,”
approved an ad-hoc Parducci Cellars’ wine- tion. Tickets are $45 for
committee of two super- Treasurer-Tax Collector concerns about “effects adults and $25 for chil- and call Ben Provan at
tasting tent, which fea-
visors to research and and Auditor-Controller of weapons testing on tured wines from numer- dren, or buy a “no- Magruder Ranch for
create criteria to decide to create a county debt marine mammals, fish ous local wineries and show” ticket for $25 to more information: 743-
which projects would management policy “to and fisheries, recogni- vineyards. support the park. 1539.
qualify. bring the county in line tion of biological ‘hot
Board chairman 2nd with accepted best prac- spots,’ avoidance of
District Supervisor John tices to stabilize the areas identified by tribes
McCowen and 1st county’s financial man- as having cultural signif-
District Supervisor agement, provide clear icance, cumulative
Carre Brown volun- guidelines and better impacts, etc.”
teered for the job and are prepare the organization The county Executive
recommending a six- for future financial diffi- Office proposes opposi-
month pilot program culties.” tion to Senate Bill 1161,
with a total fee-waiver The policy also aims which would “prohibit
cap of $50,000. The are to “more clearly differ- regulatory oversight of
recommending that the entiate between funded, most broadband technol-
board cover that amount allocated (jobs) and ogy by the California
with general fund dollars unfunded, unallocated
positions.” Public Utilities
to offset the Department
of Planning and Also on the Tuesday Commission,” according
Building Services’ agenda are proposals by to a summary.
potential revenue loss, supervisors and the The Executive Office
according to an agenda county Executive Office also proposes sending a
summary. to send letters of support letter of support for
At 10:30 a.m., the and opposition to four Assembly Bill 2284,
board will consider a pieces of proposed state which aims to “prevent
proposal to reduce the legislation. and mitigate marijuana
posted speed limit on McCowen and 5th cultivation on state
Highway 101 near Black District Supervisor Dan land.” Three-year-old Chance Peysson cools off in a fountain.
THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2012 – A-13
Brian Maneely/ Ukiah Daily Journal
Dancers rehearse Friday afternoon for the
“Freoek Family Variety Show.”
‘Freoek’ returning to Ukiah to
The show will feature
videos created by
Continued from Page A-1 SPACE student Max
sealed when Kim mar- Frey.
ried Adam Frey. Kim Veteran thespian and
and Adam now have Hollywood actor Lee
four children, all enter- Boek will be emceeing,
tainers, and represent a with zany counterpunch
fraction of the dozens of provided by Mickey the
performers slated for Clown.
Saturday’s show. Making a rare Ukiah
And yes, it is these appearance will be Chon
Freys who created Frey Travis, performing a
Winery - the first certi- song from his new CD
fied organic, biodynam- and closing the show
ic wine producer in the with his paean to Ukiah-
United States. “95482.”
Kim Boek Frey con- And if that isn’t
ceptualized and directs enough, Holly Near will
the show. “I’d been be in the house, per-
thinking about this since forming offerings from
our last Freoek show in her extensive songwrit-
2008. I have so many ing catalogue.
talented relatives we The event is also a
couldn’t put everyone in celebration for the open-
the show,” she smiles. ing of SPACE’s west
The show opens with wing - a project years in
a performance by reggae the making which brings
artist I-Taweh, a friend the facility together at
of the family. one location. “Now we
Les Boek has been can really define our-
writing songs and per- selves as an art center-
forming since the’ 70s for SPACE and for the
and will sing some orig- community to utilize as
inals at the show. “I test- a rental facility,” notes
ed all my songs on Near.
them,” he laughs, point- The variety show may
ing to his family. “They just be a warm-up for
weren’t allowed to boo,” bigger things, according
he smiles. “They all fol- to Adam Frey.
lowed in Les’s foot- “Everyone’s been wanti-
steps,” says Tamara ng us to put a stage at the
Frey. Frey Ranch,” says
Casey Boek Frey and Adam. “We’re at the
his sister India choreo- point where we want to
graphed the show. diversify. We’re creating
“Nobody at SPACE an event field for multi-
choreographs like Casey purposes, with organic
and India. They are their gardens on the perime-
own teachers. People ter. We’ve hosted wed-
who are artists grab dings for a long time and
everything from all over want to branch out into
and make it theirs,” says hosting lectures, retreats
SPACE co-director and performances. What
Laurel Near. “They are really pushed it was the
completely eclectic, thought of all these
with an amazing vocab- young cousins coming
ulary of movement.”
This is the first time the up,” he says.
duo will perform togeth- The family has been
er. producing reggae and
Gaio Bullshields, a other music events near
longtime SPACE stu- the winery which have
dent, will be dancing been growing in number,
with Casey in a reunion including last year’s
dance and Sage Boek, Beneficial Reggae
Julian Boek-Monier, Avi event, which will hap-
Frey/Gitlin and Mason pen again this summer.
Rewerts- the “next gen- “We’re going to contin-
eration” of “tween” ue to develop the
dancers - will perform a grounds and the family
dance choreographed by will focus on benefit
Casey. concerts,” Adam con-
Devon Near-Hill and
India will be performing
talent and creativity
a belly dancing perfor-
mance. Laura Rewert is here, and a community
that has encouraged the Continued from Page A-1
assisting with choreog-
raphy. family to be creative,” trails, tables, benches
Gabi Frey Frei, Adam says Tamara Frey. “My and signs in the northern
Boek Frey, Alyra Rose father said he wanted to section of the park,
and Sam Frey of the raise us in a rich and located at the east end of
Voodoo Medicine Band primitive environment. Gobbi Street.
will be performing. He certainly succeeded. The city was awarded
The Frey Band - He’s still here, he’s an $810,000 grant from
brothers Daniel and Sam watching,” says the California Natural
and Adam Boek Frey - Tamara. Resources Agency River
always a crowd pleaser, “Someone once said Parkways Grant
will play a number or that to be a true per- Program to improve the
two. former, it takes hard park’s entrance, add a
The Daley, Oster and work, luck and talent - in top-of-bank trail and a
Boek band features Bob that order. The Freys and river access trail, remove
Daley, Kenny Oster and Boeks are the epitome of invasive plant species
Clint Boek. all three,” says Laurel and replant native
Tamara Frey, Maria Near. species. Brian Maneely/ Ukiah Daily Journal
Frey Frei, Karla Frey- The Freoek Variety “The work completed
Gitlin, Ellie Frey-Gitlin, The city has completed the first phase at Riverside Park at the east
Show commences at 7 by Siri Grading and end of Gobbi Street, work that also came in well under budget.
Laurel and Devon Near- p.m. on Saturday. Paving encompasses the
Hill, India and Kim Tickets are available at final deliverables for the
Boek Frey will be per- the Mendocino Book project and the city will May,” Marsolan and approve a notice of com- the notice as part of the
forming a mother- Company and the be closing the grant pro- Simerson wrote, request- pletion for the project. consent calender for the
daughter dance. SPACE Theater ticket ject with the state in ing that the council The council approved April 18 meeting.
Eli Raitt, Bonnie office. For more infor-
Raitt’s nephew, is mation phone 462-9370
singing, along with or visit
Jessica Johnson and http://www.spaceper-
Aaron Browe, who is formingarts.org.
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Briefly than skepticism by those angered at
the abuses he had perpetrated as one of
Nixon’s hatchet men.
But Charles “Chuck” Colson spent
Continued from Page A-2 the next 35 years steadfast in his
effect 10 days ago, but has failed to efforts to evangelize to a part of soci-
halt violence. U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon ety scorned just as he was. And he
has accused Assad of violating the became known perhaps just as much
truce, and said Saturday that “the gross for his efforts to minister to prison
violations of the fundamental rights of inmates as for his infamy with
the Syrian people must stop at once.” Watergate.
Rebel fighters have also kept up Colson died Saturday at age 80. His
attacks. death was confirmed by Jim Liske,
It’s the first time the Security chief executive of the Lansdowne, Va.-
Council authorized unarmed U.N. mil- based Prison Fellowship Ministries
itary observers to go into a conflict that Colson founded. Liske said the
area. Saturday’s resolution gave Ban preliminary cause of death was com-
the final say on when to deploy them, plications from brain surgery Colson
based on his assessment of the situa- had at the end of March. He underwent
tion. the surgery to remove a clot after
becoming ill March 30 while speaking
Charles Colson, at a conference. Colson once famously
said he’d walk over his grandmother to
former Nixon aide get the president elected to a second
and Watergate figure term. In 1972, The Washington Post
called him “one of the most powerful
has died at 80 presidential aides, variously described
WASHINGTON (AP) — He was as a troubleshooter and as a ‘master of
described as the “evil genius” of the dirty tricks.”’
Nixon administration, and spent the “I shudder to think of what I’d been
better part of a year in prison for a if I had not gone to prison,” Colson
Watergate-related conviction. His said in 1993. “Lying on the rotten floor
proclamations following his release of a cell, you know it’s not prosperity
that he was a new man, redeemed by or pleasure that’s important, but the
his religious faith, were met with more maturing of the soul.”
Man suspected of DUI
after driving into ditch
Ukiah Daily Journal called 911. Franklin said a man, who
A man was arrested on suspicion of apparently lost control of his truck and
driving under the influence early drove into the ditch, was the only
Saturday after his pickup truck ended occupant of the vehicle and was unin-
up in a ditch on Old River Road, the
Hopland Fire Department reported. jured.
Courtesy of Hopland Fire Capt. Mitch Franklin said a The California Highway Patrol con-
The driver of a Chevrolet pickup that ended up in a ditch early bystander saw the small Chevrolet firmed the driver was later arrested on
Saturday morning on Old River Road near Hopland was arrested on truck in the ditch about a mile north of suspicion of driving under the influ-
suspicion of driving under the influence. Highway 101 around 1:30 a.m. and ence, but his name was not released.
THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2012 -B1
Taking a Proactive Approach to
Even if hosting a backyard barbecue, serving food on a reusable
plate as opposed to throwaway paper plates can pay big dividends
for the environment.
Perhaps no issue has ing, in lieu of wrapping unloaded the bags.
garnered more headlines paper, employ a reusable * Convenience isn’t
in the 21st century than gift bag. If shopping, if really convenient.
the environment. A two products are similar Nowadays, society is all
cause celebre for years, in quality, consider the about immediacy. The
the issues facing the packagaing before mak- more convenient some-
environment were even ing a purchase. If one thing is, the more popu-
documented by former has excess packaging, lar it will likely become.
Vice President Al Gore send an indirect message However, many times
in the Academy Award to manufacturers and what’s billed as conve-
winning film “An avoid that one. Believe it nient is anything but. For
Inconvenient Truth.” or not, market research instance, harming the
While there are sever- is done on such con- environment is never
al reactionary things sumer decisions, and convenient, so while
people can do to help your voice will be heard those styrofoam cups at
their environment, there if you routinely make the coffee shop might be
are also preemptive such decisions. more immediately con-
actions concerned citi- * Use cloth instead of venient than lugging a
zens can take to lessen plastic bags at the gro- travel mug around each
their carbon footprint. cery store. Many grocery and every day, those sty-
Such actions are know stores now sell reusable rofoam mugs are not
as “precycling,” which cloth bags shoppers can convenient to the envi-
allow us to reduce the use to reduce the pro- ronment.
amount of resources duction of plastic gro- When hosting a party,
needed to manufacture cery bags. If the local don’t opt for throwaway
goods. The following store doesn’t sell them, paper plates. Instead,
ways are some of the simply purchase them choose reusable plates.
more effective means to online or at another They don’t have to be
precycling, and won’t store. People who have the fine china, but stur-
take much effort at all already done this often dy, reusable plates can
while still paying big say they forget the bags be bought on the cheap
dividends. when heading to the at most home stores and
* Reduce reliance on store. To combat this will be far more benefi-
packaging. Excess pack- problem, simply place cial to the environment
aging produces signifi- them in the trunk of your than their paper counter-
cant and often unneces- car once you’ve taken parts.
sary waste. When gift- the groceries home and
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Use of plastic is tom of the product can take 1,000 years
prevalent. It is the tells you the type of or more for plastic to
storage method of resin, but unfortunate- begin to decompose,
choice, be it bins or ly not all plastic can but no one knows for
bags. But there’s more be recycled. Often certain. Plastic bags
to plastic than just municipal recycling can take 10 to 20
water bottles and elec- programs will collect years if exposed to
tronics casings. Find all plastics and then adequate sunshine and
out how much you sort them at the recy- air.
know about plastic. cling facility. Those 7. Americans use
1. True or False: that can’t be recycled 2.5 million plastic
Plastic can be found are discarded with the bottles every: minute,
in carpeting and cloth- rest of the trash. hour, or day?
ing. 4. From what mate- Hour. It’s important
True. Plastic goes rial is plastic made: to recycle those bot-
beyond the traditional petroleum, coal, or tles because they may
uses for this material. wood? be able to be turned
Plastic fibers are even Petroleum. Plastics into things like trash
used in clothing and are largely made from cans, park benches,
carpeting, plus the the byproducts of playground equip-
dyes used to color petroleum refining. ment, decks, and
these items. They also can be kayaks.
Therefore, recycling made from natural 8. Plastic film or
clothing and carpeting gas. wraps are used in
is just as important as 5. True or False: abundance. One could
putting your used There’s now an all- shrink wrap what state
plastic canisters in the natural plastic that with the amount of
recycling bin. can be grown. plastic film made in
2. If you had to True. Products can one year?
choose a type of be made from polyac- Texas, the second
“safe”plastic that does tic acid (PLA), a largest state in the
not transmit harmful material made from a country.
chemicals into foods variety of plants, such 9. True or
or beverages, what as sugar cane, corn False:Polystyrene
would it be: polycar- and potatoes. The foam (commonly
bonate, polyethylene dextrose in these known as
or polyvinyl chloride? plants is separated, Styrofoam(R)) is
Polyethylene prod- fermented, dehydrat- recyclable.
ucts marked #4 or #2 ed and then crystal- True. Polystyrene
have not been found lized to form poly- foam is not
to leach unhealthy mers similar to plas- biodegradable, but it
chemicals into your tic. is recyclable. If you
foods and beverages. 6. How long is it lined up all the poly-
3. True or False: All estimated to take plas- styrene foam cups
plastic resins can be tic to decompose? made in just one day,
recycled. 1,000 years. When they would circle the
False. The number sitting in a landfill, earth. Plastic can be recycled into many different items. Otherwise it may
end up in landfills.
stamped on the bot- experts surmise that it
THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2012 -B3
Pollutants Still Doing
As much of the world asites in the ocean. That instance, can find their
grows increasingly creates a ripple effect way into the mouths of
earth-conscious, ocean that negatively impacts marine wildlife and
pollution continues to be the fishing industry. It choke unsuspecting
one of the biggest issues might also be hurting the wildlife to death.
concerning the environ- tourism industry, since Consequences are simi-
ment. While global the increased presence of lar with poorly disposed
warming and the ongo- bacteria and parasites in plastic six-pack wrap-
ing debate surrounding coastal ocean waters pers. But simply cutting
its effects might garner oftentimes leads to up your six-pack wrap-
the most headlines, beach closures. Sewage pers before discarding
ocean pollution remains treatment facilies exist them is enough to keep
a considerable concern throughout more devel- wildlife from being
for environmentalists oped countries of the harmed.
and ocean lovers alike. world to counter this * Toxic pollutants.
Part of the problem is problem, but less devel- Arguably nothing is
the lack of understand- oped countries, includ- more detrimental to the
ing as to just what is ing many popular tourist world’s oceans than
contributing to ocean locales, do not necessar- toxic pollutants, which
pollution. Simply put, ily have as many effec- can cause birth defects in
nearly everything we do tive treatment facilities. wildlife and might even
has an impact on the * Garbage. Perhaps contribute to instances of
ocean, be it positive or nothing has done more cancer among human
negative. Oftentimes, we harm to the ocean over beings. Lead and mer-
are even contributing to the years than marine cury poisoning collect in
ocean pollution without garbage disposal. While the tissue of whales and
so much as knowing laws written to safeguard sharks, leading to birth
how or why. The follow- the oceans have helped defects and nerve dam-
ing are among the chief reduce ocean dumping, age to marine life.
contributors to ocean such laws have not ban- According to the World
pollution across the ished the problem entire- Wildlife Federation
globe: ly. That means garbage (WWF), researchers
* Sewage. Anything is still finding its way have found that other
going down our drains into the ocean, threaten- wildlife, including polar
falls under the category ing wildlife in several bears and frogs, have
of ocean sewage. This ways. Sadly, starvation experienced decreased
includes what we flush is a common side effect fertility, thyroid dys-
down the toilet to dish- of marine garbage, a function and feminiza-
water and even any result of plastic bags and tion, and demasculiniza-
chemicals we might dis- even balloons lodging in tion in males as a result
pose of through our the digestive systems of of exposure to pesticides
drains. Sooner or later, whales, making it and industrial chemicals.
what we flush or wash impossible for the Among the other
down our drains makes whales to digest their toxic ocean pollutants
its way into the ocean. food as they slowly are polychlorinated
This ocean sewage often starve to death. biphenyls (PCBs), which
results in oxygen deple- Oxygen starvation is typically are used to
tion that harms marine another unfortunate side manufacture electrical
life as well as significant effect of marine garbage. equipment and have
nutrient loading, which When marine life gets been known to cause
occurs when excessive tangled in discarded reproduction problems
nitrogen and phospho- fishing nets, marine ani- in marine animals.
rous is deposited into the mals include dolphins, Polyaromatic hydrocar-
ocean’s ecosystem. The sharks and whales bons (PAHs) are the
result is the formation of become entangled in the result of burning wood
algae blooms, which fishing nets, slowly and and coal as well as oil
consume substantial painfully suffocating to pollution and have
amounts of oceanic oxy- death. resulted in genetic
gen supply. That reduc- Perhaps most discon- abnormalities in marine
tion, or depletion, of the certing about marine animals.
oxygen supply makes it
extremely difficult for
many organisms to
garbage is the prominent
role many seemingly
innocuous pieces of
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resulting in death.
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level of bacteria and par- from aluminum cans, for If you’re making get their fluffy feel from
“green” changes in and recycled plastic that is
Top three innovations to around the house, you
may want to extend
earth-friendly living to
turned into pillow stuff-
ing. Or better yet, make
your own pet beds from
improve home efficiency your pet as well. Why
shouldn’t going green go
to the dogs ... or cats, for
clothing or blankets you
normally would have
disposed of. In fact, your
that matter? By adopting pet may enjoy having
years old, there’s a good chance it has earth-friendly pet prac- your scent on these
fiberglass or cellulose insulation tices, you can minimize items and the idea of
behind its walls. While these were negative impacts on the familiar surroundings.
once the insulations of choice, there planet and enjoy your
are many holes in these technologies. pet that much more. Food
Since they are difficult to install per- Many pet foods are
fectly and can sag or settle over time,
Bathroom Break made from a lot of fillers
Pet waste is a prob- and scrap materials. Having a pet spayed or
they can leave gaps and seams. It’s like lem. If not properly dis- These include reconsti- neutered can help pre-
leaving a window open 24 hours a day vent the side effects of
posed, it can harbor par- tuted animal by-prod- overpopulation from
in the freezing cold. asites and be a health ucts, otherwise known
* Experts remind us that insulation harming the environ-
Advances in home automation, issue. Also, pet waste is as low-grade wastes ment.
insulation and appliances have advancements (like those from leading simply unsightly. from the beef and poul-
become increasingly affordable innovator Icynene) have brought us Innovative products help try industries. Instead, detanglers and pet clean-
and accessible to more home- spray foam insulation options that put an end to potty choose organic and nat- ing products.
owners, saving them energy and won’t settle, sag or leave any gaps. patrol. For example, toi- ural pet foods that rely
money. Spray foam acts as an air barrier and let and septic systems on meats from animals Spay or Neuter
can deliver up to 50 percent energy for dogs and cats elimi- raised humanely. These Protecting pet popula-
(MS) — Our homes are a great savings over older insulation options, nate the need to really foods are not treated tions by preventing
measuring stick of how far we’ve pro- while making our homes healthier, handle waste. The Cat with artificial preserva- unmonitored reproduc-
gressed in the past 20 years, especially quieter and more comfortable. You can Genie uses washable lit- tives. tion can reduce animals’
when it comes to their efficiency in compare insulation options at ter beads that drain liq- Sustainable Goods impact on the planet.
terms of saving us energy and money. www.icynene.com. uid and a self-flushing Choose pet products Stray cats can damage
Here are the top three innovative and cleaning mechanism made from sustainable wildlife and deplete bird
technologies that can improve the effi- to put an end to tradi- materials. For example, populations. Dogs run-
ciency of our homes: Appliances and HVAC tional littler boxes. It you can purchase collars ning rampant are also
hooks up to your water and leashes made from troublesome. Making
* Appliances and heating/cooling supply and an electrical hemp or organic cotton. the investment to steril-
Home Automation outlet. Similar to a septic The same can be said for ize your pet can ward off
systems are essential in American
homes — and not surprisingly, they system for a house, the chew toys and scratch- trouble from overabun-
* It wasn’t that long ago that an are constantly undergoing improve- Doggie Dooley Toilet is ing posts. Avoid plastic dance.
automated home was a focus of sci- ments. New energy-efficient refrigera- a unit that is installed in products, or ones that are
ence fiction. Today, adding the conve- tors use less than half the energy of the yard. Place pet waste not made from recy- Previously-Owned
nience and control of our indoor cli- models that are 12 years old and use inside, and natural clable materials. Pet
mate, lighting, electronic media and 75 percent less energy than those pro- enzymes and bacteria Adopting a pet helps
home security is increasingly afford- break down the waste Chemical-Free reduce overcrowding in
duced in the late 1970s (Source: and leach it into the soil shelters and the destruc-
able and accessible through home PCs, National Resources Defense Council). Cleaning
smart phone and tablet applications. naturally. This way The trend in house- tion of unwanted ani-
* If you have a conventional natur- waste doesn’t end up mals. Love knows no
With home monitoring systems, you al-draft furnace made before 1992, it hold cleaning is to move
can track energy and water usage in soiling the yard or wash- away from chemical- pedigree, so choose a
might only operate between 55 to 78 ing away into storm shelter pet that can use a
real time, spot key sources of energy laden cleaning products.
percent efficiency. Upgrading to a new sewers. The same can be said for good family. This also
loss and make immediate adjustments. induced-draft condensing furnace can keeping your pet fresh helps reduce pet store
increase efficiency to above 90 percent Sleeping Quarters and cleaning up the dependance on puppy
Insulation as a result of more efficient heat Look for pet beds that house after him or her. mills, which tend to raise
exchangers and electronic ignition are made from recy- Read labels for environ- pets in poor conditions.
* If your home is more than 10 (Source: Mother Earth News). clable materials. Many mentally safe shampoos,
B-4 – SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2012
Editor: Jeff Weston, 468-3524 The Ukiah Daily Journal email@example.com
By Bernice Bede Osol
the very issues that
could cause a host of
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-
Nov. 22) -- Instead of
insisting that everything
Monday, go your way, you
April 23, 2012 should strive to be
cooperative with the
If you minimize frivo- wishes of others. If you
lous pursuits and don't and something
instead spend your time goes wrong, you'll have
working on worthy to accept all the blame.
endeavors, you'll be SAGITTARIUS (Nov.
rewarded quite hand- 23-Dec. 21) -- It's to
somely in the year your advantage to tell
ahead. It's a period things as they really are,
when you can make without stretching the
many good things hap- facts just to make your
pen. story more colorful.
TAURUS (April 20- Even tiny embellish-
May 20) -- Decisions ments could cause trou-
based on "quickie" solu- ble.
tions will likely be too CAPRICORN (Dec.
fragile to withstand the 22-Jan. 19) -- Although
test of time. When it normally you're a pretty
comes to something generous person, you
important, base your might be hesitant to part
judgments on enduring, with anything of value
tested factors. unless you are guaran-
GEMINI (May 21- teed to get back some-
Puzzle June 20) -- Don't
attempt to take on a do-
thing in return.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-
Feb. 19) -- You'll only
answers unless you are well
trained to handle the
job, or at least have
hamper your chances
for success if you do
something that you
on the next someone with know-
how to help you out and
back you up.
would later regret mere-
ly for pride's sake. Don't
let vanity or presump-
page CANCER (June 21-
July 22) -- Demanding
others to do what you
tion get in the way.
PISCES (Feb. 20-
March 20) -- If you
won't or can't do your- want to have your views
self could result in some respected by others, you
angry responses if you must not be close-mind-
happen to pick someone ed about theirs. Treat
who is willing to stand what they have to say
up against you. with due consideration,
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) and your opinions will
-- Letting a misunder- be given the same cour-
standing between you tesy.
and your mate linger ARIES (March 21-
and fester is asking for April 19) -- Be hopeful
additional trouble. The about what you take on,
sooner you kiss and but by the same token
make up, the better. don't depend on Lady
Datebook: Sunday, April 22, 2012 hearings were the first
nationally televised con-
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept.
22) -- Even if the
Luck to do your bid-
ding. A concerted effort
on you part will be
Today is the 113th day of in Washington, D.C. 1967), physicist; Charles TODAY'S QUOTE: offender deserves it,
2012 and the 34th day of In 2000, federal agents Mingus (1922-1979), jazz don't criticize him or required.
"All our knowledge
spring. seized Elian Gonzalez musician; Jack Nicholson begins with the senses, her in front of others if Trying to patch up a
TODAY'S HISTORY: from his relatives' house (1937- ), actor; John proceeds then to under- at all possible. broken romance? The
In 1889, Oklahoma was in Miami to return him to Waters (1946- ), filmmak- standing, and ends with Unfortunately, if A s t r o - G r a p h
opened to settlers, who his father in Cuba. er; Peter Frampton (1950- reason." -- Immanuel onlookers don't know Matchmaker can help
swarmed the state in a TODAY'S ), musician; Amber Heard Kant what happened, it could you understand what to
great land rush. BIRTHDAYS: Henry (1986- ), actress. TODAY'S NUMBER: make you look bad. do to make the relation-
In 1954, the first of the Fielding (1707-1754), TODAY'S SPORTS: In 69,899 -- area in square LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. ship work. Send for
U.S. Senate's Army- novelist; Immanuel Kant 2004, pro football player miles of the state of 23) -- When it comes to your Matchmaker set by
McCarthy hearings was (1724-1804), philoso- Pat Tillman was killed Oklahoma. mailing $3 to Astro-
broadcast on television. pher; Vladimir Lenin while serving as an Army your commercial deal-
TODAY'S MOON: Graph, P.O. Box 167,
In 1993, the U.S. (1870-1924), Soviet Ranger in Afghanistan. Between new moon ings, take nothing for
Holocaust Memorial leader; J. Robert TODAY'S FACT: The (April 21) and first quar- granted, even the small Wickliffe, OH 44092-
Museum was dedicated Oppenheimer (1904- Senate's Army-McCarthy ter (April 29). points. These could be 0167.
A few months ago, there was
a brouhaha over whether pizza
sauce is a vegetable. It certainly
is to me. But for years, I thought
Village didn't look like salmon. Some
genius in the marketing depart-
ment came up with a great idea.
The cannery printed "Won't turn
not eating at all will kill you,
overeating will kill you.
I just bought a half-gallon of
ice cream, and on the lid it says
pulverized into a pink paste and
sprayed with ammonium
Is that how the food scientist
bacon was a vegetable. I always
wondered why no one made
salad bits to sprinkle on my
Idiot pink in the can" on the label,
which, of course, was true.
I often wonder how many
it's packed with calcium and vit-
amins A and D. I don't think you
have to have a Ph.D. in nutrition
makes his hamburger at home?
Is this what he feeds to his chil-
dren? Does he invite the neigh-
bacon, which is a million-dollar
idea if I ever heard one.
By Jim Mullen people who have savored the
fish known as orange roughy in
to realize that even with the vita-
mins and minerals, ice cream is
bors over to watch this being
made before grilling a few burg-
The latest food fight is over fine restaurants realize that for not health food. But it does ers for them on Saturday night?
whether "pink slime" should be too much E. coli and other bac- most of its history, that fish was prove something that food writer There are many things that
used in hamburgers. My gut teria that were harmful to known as a slimehead? There Michael Pollan said about food some people eat that others find
instinct is that no, it shouldn't be humans. But then the beef indus- were plenty of slimeheads to go marketing: "The more health supremely unappetizing --
used in hamburgers. It should be try started spraying these left- around until the name change. claims there are on the label, the Limburger cheese, frog legs,
left in bologna and hot dogs overs with an ammonia gas, Now they are being hauled out unhealthier the food." Adding a fried crickets, raw oysters, hag-
where it belongs. killing the pathogens, and of the ocean faster than they can multivitamin to a frosted dough- gis -- but they don't try to sneak
Still, I was surprised at how renamed them "lean finely tex- reproduce. The orange roughy nut does not magically make it a these things onto your plate.
many nationally known purvey- tured beef," which sounds so population would probably balanced meal. Limburger is proud of being a
ors of fine burgers said they much more appetizing than appreciate it if we started calling Some clever scientist is sure stinky cheese; haggis is present-
would stop using pink slime now "pink slime." the fish slimeheads again. to tell you that ammonia in its ed with all the flourish of
that their secret ingredient was It reminds me of a story I It seems every week we have various forms occurs naturally in Cherries Jubilee. They are all
no longer secret. Until they said heard long ago from an old- another debate about food. One some plants, is used in food pro- upfront about what they are.
they'd stop using it, almost no timer in the advertising business. year it's trans fat, the next it's cessing and is perfectly safe, and If pink slime purveyors want
one knew they were using it. It seems a cannery had bought a sugar. Trans fat will kill you, he would be right. But he also to proudly put it on the store
It turns out that beef "trim- batch of salmon with very white sugar will kill you, cholesterol would be comparing apples and shelf, more power to them.
mings" used to be sold mainly as flesh. It tasted like salmon, but it will kill you, salt will kill you, fat oranges to unsellable scraps of Otherwise, we might think they
pet food because they contained will kill you, carbs will kill you, fat, sinew, effluvia and meat bits, have something to hide.
Searching for something big?
IT'S IN THE CLASSIFIEDS–468-3533
SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2012 – B-5
Editor: Jeff Weston, 468-3524 The Ukiah Daily Journal firstname.lastname@example.org
Many medical implants never tested for safety
Consumer reports ✔
A new investigation wires that connect it to
by Consumer Reports the heart.
revealed that while tens CR recommends that By Sara Noel
of millions of American consumers research
consumers live with sands of women have was introduced in 2005 devices by using the
medical devices implant- been implanted with by DePuy, Johnson and FDA's website,
ed in their bodies, many transvaginal mesh for Johnson's orthopedic www.FDA.gov, which
of these implants have prolapse repair and blad- division, and it was contains a wealth of
never been tested for
der support. Despite
thousands of reports of
adverse events, repeated
cleared by the FDA with-
out clinical testing.
Instead, it went to mar-
information about warn-
ings, complaints and
recalls. Consumers can
Use up leftover
often required to do
nothing more than file
paperwork and pay a
alarms by women's-
health and consumer-
ket based on "substantial
equivalence" to earlier
also search the Internet
for patient forums.
health advocates, and devices, though metal-
user fee before bringing multiple lawsuits, these on-metal hips like this CR's advocacy arm, Hard-boiled eggs are common leftovers after
products to market. In products are still being one had long been on the agrees with the Institute Easter. Deviled eggs are an obvious solution, but
fact, because of our bro- sold and are still classi- agency's high-priority of Medicine that the cur- how about a twist this year? You can use avocado as
ken regulatory system, in fied as "moderate risk" list for requiring advance rent system of medical an ingredient, which makes a fun "Green Eggs and
such cases the only safe- devices. Manufacturers clinical trials. DePuy device regulation doesn't Ham"-style treat for kids. For two stuffed-egg
ty "testing" that occurs is got their products into recalled all 93,000 of protect patients from recipes using avocado (one with ham and one with-
in the bodies of unsus- the marketplace by tak- these hips worldwide in harm. CU recommends out), visit
pecting patients. ing advantage of a loop- 2010. Evidence suggests that Congress strengthen eatingwelllivingthin.wordpress.com/2009/10/01/get
In 2011, a panel from hole in the law that that metal-on-metal hips the medical device law -em-while-the-gettins-good/ and
the prestigious Institute allowed them to grandfa- fail far more often than so that the FDA must avocadocentral.com/avocado-
of Medicine said the ther their products onto average and can cause take the following steps: recipes/view/28130/Ham-and-Avocado-Deviled-
Food and Drug the market without any metal poisoning and tis- -- Require that Eggs.
Administration (FDA) advance safety testing. sue destruction, leading implants and other "life- The first reader tip has another great deviled egg
should overhaul its -- Lap-Band: Minimal to a litany of medical sustaining" devices be stuffing suggestion:
device regulatory system testing. More than problems. tested at least as rigor- Use leftover Easter ham and hard boiled eggs:
because it fails to ensure 650,000 have been sold -- Cardiac devices: ously as drugs. Amy's ham and cheese spread recipe (from a previ-
patient safety before and worldwide, according to Significant problems. -- End the practice of ous column) would be a great stuffing for deviled
after products go on the the 2010 annual report Implantable cardiovert- "grandfathering" high- eggs, so you can use up your leftover ham and dyed
market. Instead, from its manufacturer, er-defibrillators are just risk new implants and Easter eggs. -- Kathy, email
Congress is now debat- Allergan. Approval for one of three types of car- life-sustaining devices. Amy's Ham and Cheese Spread
ing legislation that Lap-Band was based on diac devices described in -- Create a "unique 2 cups cooked ham, chopped
would keep the present a lone study of 299 peo- the CR investigation that identifier system" for 2 cups cheddar cheese, shredded
system virtually intact ple. Of those partici- have had significant implants, so patients can 1/2 cup mayonnaise
and ratify an agreement pants, 51 percent report- problems. Since 2009, be notified quickly about 1 tablespoon prepared mustard
between the FDA and the ed nausea, vomiting or the FDA has received recalls and safety prob- bread or crackers for serving
industry to get devices both, and 25 percent had reports of close to lems. Combine all ingredients in a food processor and
on the market even their bands removed 29,000 deaths or injuries -- Create national reg- pulse until blended. You may need to stir a little
faster. before the end of the from these devices, by istries so problems can more by hand to make sure that the mayonnaise and
The CR investigation three-year study because far the most for any be spotted quickly and mustard are blended thoroughly. Chill in the refrig-
detailed the risks associ- of complications or fail- device type, according to patients notified. erator. Serve on bread or crackers.
ated with four common ure to lose enough CR's analysis of a feder- -- Increase user fees Optional: Add diced onion, dill-pickle relish,
devices: weight. al database. The most paid by manufacturers chopped hard-boiled egg or chopped celery. -- Amy,
-- Surgical mesh: No -- Metal hips: Missed troublesome aspect of for regulatory review so Ohio
testing. Tens of thou- alarms. The artificial hip the device is the lead the FDA has enough Reuse giftwrap: I honestly believe gift wrap is
money to do its job. one of the biggest scams of modern society, but you
look like a weirdo if you don't wrap gifts. So I start-
ed saving ALL the giftwrap from gifts given to me:
Cleopatra rues her salad days
Q: What is the origin of the Q: My wife and I enjoy reruns
I open wrapped presents carefully so I can reuse the
paper and I fold tissue paper nicely so it can be
reused as well. When I had my first baby, I ended up
phrase "the salad days"? -- T.E.,
Redondo Beach, Calif.
Ask Mr. Know-It-All of "Leave It to Beaver." What did
Jerry Mathers do after the show
with so much baby-themed gift wrap that I have
reused it for every shower since! And I still have
A: The salad days refers to By Gary Clothier ended? -- R.W., Columbiana, plenty more. Ribbon is also great because it can be
one's youthful inexperience. It Ohio saved for art projects and a wide variety of other
comes from William A: Jerry Mathers, 63, who will uses. But the best thing is gift bags! Aside from
ple divorced in 1975. reusing them, I've sold them at yard sales. -- Archer,
Shakespeare's "Antony and Longet was convicted of mis- be known forever as Beaver
Cleopatra," written in 1606: Cleaver, has been busy since the Texas
demeanor negligent homicide in Coupon warning: I regularly put my unused
CLEOPATRA: My salad days, connection with the shooting show ended in 1963. His acting
When I was green in judgment: career landed him in many TV coupons in the "take one, leave one" basket at our
death in 1976 of her boyfriend, library. However, after I left a few Internet printables
cold in blood, former Olympic skier Vladimir series and stage productions. In
To say as I said then! But, 2007, he made his Broadway and someone copied them, I was temporarily banned
"Spider" Sabich in Aspen, Colo. from using SmartSource coupons (smartsource.com)
come, away; She was sentenced to pay a small debut in the musical "Hairspray,"
Get me ink and paper: which boosted the show's atten- because they thought I had copied them. A word of
fine and spend 30 days in jail. She advice: Be careful who you give your Internet print-
He shall have every day a sev- maintains a low profile with her dance to 110 percent -- standing
eral greeting, room only. able coupons to, as they can be traced back to you. -
husband, her former defense - Lea, Virginia
Or I'll unpeople Egypt. attorney, in Aspen. She and Mathers has been the
These lines came in a speech at spokesman for several diabetes Ribbon organizer: Place ribbon spools in a small
Williams remain close friends. plastic basket with holes (the kind you can find at
the end of Act 1, Scene 5, in Q: I live in Nebraska; a lot of organizations. He received his
which Cleopatra is regretting her B.A. in philosophy from the any dollar store). Organize spools so they're upright,
family and friends call the box- like books on a shelf. Thread two inches or so of rib-
youthful dalliances with Julius elder bug "democrat bugs." Why? University of California,
Caesar. Berkeley, and he served in the bon ends through the holes and you can pull the
-- R.I., Grafton, Neb. length of ribbon easily. You can also use an old shoe-
Q: What became of Claudine A: Besides democrat bug, box- military during the Vietnam War.
Longet, the former wife of Andy He has played in a rock band, box with holes poked into it, a five-tier slacks hang-
elder bugs are known as maple er in the closet, or even a baby wipes container. For
Williams? She was involved in bugs, politician bugs and populist worked as a banker and real estate
the murder of her boyfriend, an developer and owned and operat- a pictorial, visit instructables.com/id/Recycled-
bugs. Democrat bug is a popular Ribbon-Organizer/?ALLSTEPS --Melanie, Florida
Olympic skier. -- G.H.G., Naples, nickname in the Midwest, espe- ed a catering business. He has
Fla. been married twice and has three Reuse cases: I use plastic VHS cases to hold
cially Kansas and Nebraska. Why small household items such as cords, game pieces,
A: Claudine Georgette Longet do they have the political name? children. He was born in 1948.
was born in Paris in 1942. During You could say he's been a busy pens, pencils, markers, crayons, Barbie accessories,
From the several explanations I etc. Mine are just like the old cases from video rental
the 1960s and '70s, she was a pop- read, I can say honestly that no Beaver!
ular recording artist, dancer and Send your questions to Mr. stores, but you could reuse any type for the same
one knows. So, I'm asking readers purpose. -- Tina, Ohio
actress. She and singer Andy for their input -- I'll pass along Know-It-All at
Williams met in Las Vegas in AskMrKIA@gmail.com or c/o Sara Noel is the owner of Frugal Village
some possible explanations in a (www.frugalvillage.com), a website that offers prac-
1960, and they married in 1961. later column. Universal Uclick, 1130 Walnut
They had three children. The cou- St., Kansas City, MO 64106. tical, money-saving strategies for everyday living.
To send tips, comments or questions, write to Sara
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Underwater family could use a lifesaver Kansas City, MO, 64106, or email sara@frugalvil-
DEAR BRUCE: Some family email
friends bought a house several SMART MONEY DEAR T.V.: Very simple
years ago, when the housing mar- reply: Never monkey with a will.
ket balloon was about to pop. Never, never, never write in the
Needless to say, they way over-
paid for the house. They were
BY BRUCE WILLIAMS margins or try to add a codicil of
your own. If you make any
able to pay for a couple of years, change, notarized or otherwise,
then, unfortunately, one of them you are likely to invalidate the
lost their job. Now they are in dire equity in the home, and little entire document.
straits and may lose their house. prospect of having equity for a You would never know if what
Because we have a great pen- long time. If you choose to help you did was right or not because,
sion and a lot saved, we are think- them, you would have to go in unfortunately, these things don't
ing of helping them out. I would with the idea of never seeing the come to light until after your
hate to see them lose their house. money again. If you are OK with demise. And at that point, you no
Would it be wise to help the fam- that, I applaud you. longer can speak to your inten-
ily make their house payments in I would not continue to pay the tions.
hopes that they can find work? If mortgage on a house that is If you wish to make a change,
they are unable to find jobs equiv- undervalued and has little chance see the attorney who drew up the
alent to what they were paid, of recovery for a considerable will or, if he or she is no longer in
might the house be refinanced at a time. A voluntary repossession the picture, find another attorney.
later date at a lower rate of inter- would likely be in your friends' It might be easier to redraft the
est? -- Trying to Help, via email best interest. Helping them get entire document. That is up to the
DEAR TRYING TO HELP: into a rental property would be attorney.
While I commend you for consid- very generous. Send questions to
ering such a generous offer, if my DEAR BRUCE: I need to email@example.com or to
suppositions are correct, it proba- make a change in my will. Instead Smart Money, P.O. Box 7150,
bly would not be a smart move. If of going to my attorney for this Hudson, FL 34674. Questions of
the family purchased the house a simple change, can I just make it general interest will be answered
few years ago at the height of the myself, get the change notarized in future columns. Owing to the
market and now that market has and leave it at that? -- T.V., via volume of mail, personal replies
softened, essentially they have no cannot be provided.
B-6 – SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2012
JUST FOR FUN
Editor: Jeff Weston, 468-3524 The Ukiah Daily Journal firstname.lastname@example.org
‘Fox’s 25th Anniversary Special’
Years ago, I admonished rest assured, the show is -- Don may bring in new
Fox in a column for not slated to celebrate, or at business on "Mad Men"
throwing a 20th birthday
party and breaking out old
clips of "Herman's Head."
TUNEleast mention, the short-
lived, but much-loved com-
edy "The Tick," starring
(10 p.m., AMC, TV-14).
-- Cesare puts art into the
art of war on "The Borgias"
The network finally got the
message and will revisit
some of its iconic series of
Viewers in a retrospec-
tive mode can catch the
(10 p.m., Showtime, TV-
-- Hannah has a health
the past quarter century on
"Fox's 25th Anniversary
Special" (8 p.m., Sunday).
pilot episode of "Married
With Children" (7 p.m.
Sunday, Fox, TV-PG) from
scare on "Girls" (10:30
p.m., HBO, TV-MA).
The shows featured on April 5, 1987. CULT CHOICE
the special include By Kevin McDonough Actors in wigs and hip-
"Married With Children," SUNDAY'S pie garb (Wood Harris,
"In Living Color," "The HIGHLIGHTS Vivica A. Fox and Billy
Simpsons," "Beverly Hills -- Scheduled on "60 p.m., Discovery). Viewers Frenchwoman in the Zane) re-enact a seminal
90210," "Ally McBeal," Minutes" (7 p.m., CBS): can catch up on earlier "Masterpiece Classic" (9 music scene in the 2000
"The X-Files," "That '70s more details about the col- episodes (1 p.m. to 7 p.m., p.m., PBS) production of made-for-cable biopic
Show," "American Idol," lapse of Lehman Brothers, Discovery). "Birdsong," adapted from a "Hendrix" (8 p.m. Sunday,
"24" and others. Look for a the Middle East's Christian A dedicated counselor best-selling novel by Ovation).
night of too many stars to exodus, Florida's emerald (Cuba Gooding Jr.) helps Sebastian Faulks.
mention here. (But don't discovery. young women at a correc- -- Dany reaches the gates SUNDAY SERIES
look for Johnny Depp, who -- Gold digs to find tional facility turn their of Qarth on "Game of "Amazing Race" (8 p.m.,
starred on Fox's "21 Jump August's identity on "Once lives around on the Thrones" (9 p.m., HBO, CBS, TV-PG) ... A runaway
Street.") Upon a Time" (8 p.m., "Hallmark Hall of Fame" TV-MA). juror on "Harry's Law" (8
Along the way, I hope ABC, TV-PG). presentation of "Firelight" -- A cryptic message on p.m., NBC, TV-14) ...
the special celebrates some -- A judge needs Alicia's (9 p.m., ABC, TV-PG). "The Killing" (9 p.m., "Celebrity Apprentice" (9
of the goofier series from help on "The Good Wife" -- A British officer AMC, TV-14). p.m., NBC).
Fox's awkward early years. (9 p.m., CBS, TV-14). endures the grim reality of -- The firebombing of a
Among my favorites were -- David Attenborough World War I's trench war- drug dealer's house may Kevin McDonough can
"Alien Nation" and Chris appears on the season fare with flashbacks to his spark a turf war on "NYC be reached at
Elliott's "Get a Life." But finale of "Frozen Planet" (8 affair with a married 22" (10 p.m., CBS, TV-14). email@example.com.
-- ONCE AGAIN, DISNEYNATURE
New this week PG -- The Farrelly Brothers, Bobby and Peter,
TAKES STUNNING WILDLIFE FOOTAGE have taken up the slapstick mantle of the old
AND ADDS A CLOYING NARRATIVE THAT
PORTRAYS ANIMALS WITH TOTALLY
The family “Three Stooges” films of the 1930s, ‘40s and
‘50s, and churned out a frolic that works surpris-
“CHIMPANZEE” G -- “Chimpanzee” is fine filmgoer ingly well for grown-ups. For kids -- the film is
fine for 10 and older -- who don’t know Larry,
for kids 10 and older and OK for many between By Jane Horowitz Moe and Curly, it will be interesting to see how
8 and 10, depending upon how deeply they iden- they react to the smacks, head-bangs, eye-pokes,
tify with films showing real animals at risk. hair-pulls and pratfalls. Even The Family
Parents of little ones, do not let the G rating deal with, and also the truth to reveal to Beth. Filmgoer, not a lifelong Three Stooges fan, had a
assigned to this Disneynature wildlife documen- Drama ensues. few good laughs. The trio are hurled in a duffle
tary mislead you. It should be rated PG. There is THE BOTTOM LINE: Scenes showing bag onto the steps of a Catholic orphanage as
no graphic animal-on-animal violence shown, Logan in Iraq, caught in ambushes and explo- babies. Sister Mary-Mengele (Larry David) hates
but the tension and foreboding in the voice-over sions, are not graphic, but are intense and show them on sight. But Mother Superior (Jane Lynch)
narration (read by Tim Allen), and the nerve-jan- dead soldiers. The film includes a couple of has a soft spot for the tykes. They grow into
gling camera work showing one group of chim- strongly implied sexual situations, which are not hopelessly destructive, dopey, inseparable,
panzees chased by a rival group, or hunting small explicit, but are erotic, and involve removal of unadoptable kids. As adults (Sean Hayes as
monkeys for food, are quite unsettling. outer clothing and bare derrieres. Characters use Larry, Chris Diamantopoulos as Moe and Will
Filmmakers Alastair Fothergill and Mark occasional barnyard epithets, drink beer and Sasso as Curly) they stay at the orphanage as
Linfield and their crew got terrific footage of a wine, and, in the case of Beth’s ex, get drunk and incompetent handymen. When the place has to
chimpanzee group living in a jungle known as belligerent. SPOILER ALERT: A scene near the close due to a budget shortfall, the Stooges set
the Tai Forest in the Republic of Ivory Coast. end in which young Ben falls into a rushing river out to raise the cash. The cheatin’ wife (Sofia
They focused especially on an adorable baby is intended to be harrowing, but there’s never any Vergara) of a millionaire offers to pay them to
chimp they named Oscar and his mother Isha, doubt he’ll be rescued. Another character’s kill her husband. The plan goes awry and Moe
showing droll, touching scenes of Oscar learning apparent drowning is not graphic. leaves to work on a reality TV show. He gets to
how to crack tree nuts for food, and being ALSO PLAYING slap around the “Jersey Shore” cast, which is
groomed and protected. The documentary nearly -- FINE FOR KIDS 8 AND OLDER: oddly satisfying.
fell apart when the chimpanzees were attacked “MIRROR MIRROR” PG -- The tongue-in- THE BOTTOM LINE: All the smacks,
by a rival group of chimps in a territorial move. cheek style of “Mirror Mirror” and the active punches, hair-pulls (the armpit hair-pull makes
The narration ludicrously portrays the rival role this Snow White (Lily Collins) takes in her your eyes water) and head-bangs are executed
group as “thugs” led by an evil chimp named own fate will probably please kids 8 and older. with slapstick skill, and the guys always bounce
Scar. SPOILER ALERTS FOLLOW: In the And Julia Roberts has wicked fun as the evil right back -- though not always other characters,
scuffle, we’re told -- not shown -- Oscar’s moth- queen. It’s all quite a lark, despite the film’s two of whom end up in body casts. At the very
er Isha is injured and becomes prey to a jungle many flaws. As reinvention of the classic end, before the closing credits, a few punches
cat. The filmmakers nearly gave up the project, Brothers Grimm tale “Snow White and the Seven and pokes are demonstrated, to show kids how
assuming the orphaned Oscar would die. Then Dwarfs,” it is only intermittently funny and they are faked, but no doubt some kids will try to
they were amazed to see that the alpha male, clumsily concocted. The dialogue is a jarring mix do what they saw onscreen and cuts and bruises
Freddy, leader of the group they’d been filming, of modern slang and fairy-tale speak; there are will result. Vergara’s character tells the Stooges
adopted little Oscar and saved him. Even without whole illogical scenes that seem dropped in by her husband is dying and that killing him would
the repetitive and corny narration, this is a mov- helicopter; and the costumes are lavish while the be a kindness.
ing thing to see. film looks cheesy. Jealous of her beautiful 18-
THE BOTTOM LINE: As noted above, none year-old stepdaughter, the Queen orders Snow
of the violence referred to so grimly in the narra-
tion is shown on film. It is strongly hinted at with
White never to leave her room. But the girl
sneaks out and encounters a handsome fellow
(Armie Hammer) and his squire (Robert Emms)
jittery camera work and footage of chimpanzees
fleeing through trees and shrieking, or drumming in the woods, where they’ve been strung upside
on tree trunks in battle mode. down by robbers. The robbers are a band of
-- ZAC EFRON EARNS LEADING-MAN dwarfs who use accordion-like stilts. Later, at a
POINTS, AND, ALONG WITH OTHER WIN- palace ball, Snow White learns that the hand-
NING PERFORMANCES, HUMOR AND some fellow is a prince. The queen aims to marry
RICH ATMOSPHERICICS, MAKES THIS him, but realizes he loves Snow White, so she
SENTIMENTAL TALE WORK: orders her servant (Nathan Lane) to kill the girl.
“THE LUCKY ONE” PG-13 -- Teen girls Instead, he releases Snow White in the woods,
(and their moms) are the target audience for this where the dwarfs befriend her and teach her to
romantic drama, based on a novel by Nicholas fight. A Bollywood-style musical number makes
Sparks, and they’re going to like it just fine. the end credits a hoot.
Scenes depicting violence in the Iraq War, threats THE BOTTOM LINE: The mayhem is PG-
by a jealous ex-husband, and strongly implied bloodless, with sword and dagger fights, and
sexual situations make the film iffy for preteens. fisticuffs. Some under-8s may be scared when
Not as icky-sentimental as you might expect, this the queen’s magical alter ego inside the mirror
movie benefits from Zac Efron’s strong perfor- unleashes giant marionettes to destroy the
mance as former Marine Logan Thibault, and dwarfs’ forest hide-out. The dragon-like beast
from an equally vivid supporting cast, as well as that appears near the end is mostly bluster, but
rich atmospherics and a kennel full of great dogs. may frighten under-8s, too. The queen’s beauty
Logan, we learn in a prologue and in flashbacks, ritual includes a bird-poop facial and other yucky
survived several brushes with death in Iraq and stuff. She makes mildly sexual references to the
believes the photo of an unknown woman he prince and his physique. One of the little men
found in a pile of rubble somehow saved him. He says with a leer that he wants to “get to know”
eventually traces the photo to Beth (Taylor Snow White better.
Schilling), a divorcee who runs a kennel in -- FINE FOR KIDS 10 AND OLDER:
Louisiana and lives with her adorable, gifted 7- “THE THREE STOOGES: THE MOVIE”
going-on-8-year-old son Ben (Riley Thomas by Mark Leiknos
Stewart) and her salty grandmother (Bythe Boy and Cow
Danner). Recovering from PTSD, Logan leaves
his sister’s home because he nearly reacts with
violence when her young sons surprise him one
morning. He walks hundreds of miles as therapy,
and also to reach Beth and thank her for his sur-
vival. But he can’t bring himself to tell her why
he’s there. Instead, he hires on to work in the
kennel, befriends little Ben, charms Beth’s
grandmother and falls for Beth (the photo
belonged to her brother, who died in Iraq). But
there is her jealous, thuggish ex, local cop Keith
(Jay R. Ferguson, as the film’s biggest cliche) to
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PICKLES by Brian Crane HOME AND AWAY by Steve Sicula
by Gene, Dan Weingarten and David Clark
BARNEY AND CLYDE
April 23, 2012
Today is the 114th day of
2012 and the 35th day of
In 1908, President
by Darrin Bell Theodore Roosevelt cre-
CANDORVILLE ated the U.S. Army
In 1968, students at
Columbia University in
New York City began
In 1969, Sirhan Sirhan
received the death
penalty for assassinating
Sen. Robert F. Kennedy.
His sentence was
LITTLE DOG LOST by Brian Basset reduced to life imprison-
ment in 1972.
In 1985, Coca-Cola
introduced "New Coke,"
a product that fizzled
THE LEARNING quickly with consumers.
by Robert Barnett BIRTHDAYS: William
A. Using each "Chaos Grid" number with its
1616), playwright; Max
letter one time, arrange the numbers with Planck (1858-1947),
their letters for the "Order Grid" so each physicist; Shirley
vertical column, horizontal row, and two
Temple Black (1928- ),
diagonals each ADD to numbers inside
thick lined cells.
B. Some correct numbers with their letters
have been put into the "Order Grid" to
BRIDGE actress/diplomat; Lee
Majors (1939- ), actor;
Sandra Dee (1942-
get you started. Also, above the "Order
Grid" is a "Decoded Message" clue.
Do not take 2005), actress; Michael
C. After you have solved the "Order Grid" an extra risk Moore (1954- ), film-
doing as direction "A" says, put the let- By Phillip Alder maker; George Lopez
ters from horizontal rows, from left to
Ernest Hemingway said, (1961- ), TV personali-
right, under "Decoded Message" and
make words to form the answer. "Hesitation increases in relation to ty; Dev Patel (1990- ),
risk in equal proportion to age." actor.
CHAOS GRID This suggests that the older you TODAY'S SPORTS: In
34 40 40 29 get, the better you will play bridge 1954, Hank Aaron hit
A E S C because the longer you will think at the first major-league
43 43 31 29
trick one. home run of his record-
P R O A
In this deal, how should South setting career.
47 32 30 44
T M E L plan the play in six spades? West TODAY'S FACT:
44 28 39 31 leads the heart queen to declarer's Shirley Temple Black
M E Y H
bare ace. won the first-ever
CLUE: A TONEWOOD South's one-spade response Academy Juvenile
ORDER GRID 146 showed at least a five-card suit. (He Award in 1935, at age 6.
would have made a negative double The special Oscar was
with only four spades.) North was a presented for the final
tad aggressive jumping to four time to 14-year-old
C spades without a fourth trump. South Hayley Mills in 1961.
31 40 146 control-bid (cue-bid) five hearts, TODAY'S QUOTE: "It
looking for a slam. And North, with is hard to fail, but it is
E three aces, took the plunge -- there's worse never to have
146 146 146 146 146 no holding some people back! tried to succeed." --
South can play to establish either Theodore Roosevelt
dummy's club suit or his diamond TODAY'S NUMBER:
suit. 77 -- days that "New
ANSWERS IN NEXT EDITION Note that if South is tempted by Coke" was on the mar-
© 2012 Robert Barnett Here, the club line fails. And play- the diamond finesse at trick two, he
ing on diamonds requires care. The ket before Coca-Cola
goes down with this layout. The play pulled it from shelves
correct play is a diamond to continues heart ruff, diamond to the
dummy's ace, followed by the dia- and replaced it with the
ace, trump to hand, diamond ruff, soft drink's original for-
mond queen. East wins and returns a club ace, club ruff, diamond ruff. But
heart. Declarer trumps, ruffs a dia- mula, under the name
now declarer is stranded in the "Classic Coke."
mond with dummy's spade 10, plays dummy. If he ruffs a club low, West
a spade to his king, trumps another TODAY'S MOON:
overruffs. If South ruffs a club high, Between new moon
diamond with the spade ace, cashes West's spade nine is promoted.
the club ace, ruffs a club, draws (April 21) and first quar-
Take your time. ter (April 29).
trumps, and claims.
Answers to Previous
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Excursions of this ilk will passionate instincts when LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. with all your relationships complicated develop-
attract new people into they urge you to do some- 23) -- You never underes- and on all levels. ments. Now is the time to
your life who'll make a big thing nice for another. timate the power of kind CAPRICORN (Dec. 22- figure out you need to
difference in terms of hap- However, it's important words, and you'll use them Jan. 19) -- Take advan- attract someone who'll be
piness. that you do so with as lit- to bolster the spirits of tage of every opportunity as focused as you are.
TAURUS (April 20-May tle fanfare as possible if another who is down on you get that can put you ARIES (March 21-April
20) -- Because material you want to make the cor- his or her luck. What you on better terms with co- 19) -- Because you'll coat
ASTRO- conditions are holding rect impression. offer will be the encour- workers. Now's the time your requests in a hint of
steady at this point in time, LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - to amass a huge surplus of sugar, others will be more
GRAPH there's a strong likelihood - A huge hope or an expec-
agement that is needed.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. goodwill -- it will come in likely to do your bidding.
By Bernice Bede Osol that you could have a little tation might be fulfilled handy later. However, you'd better fol-
surplus in hand. Why not through the good auspices 22) -- One of your biggest AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-
get yourself something of an old friend. Be sure to breaks will come from Feb. 19) -- Cupid is sin- low through or it'll be the
special? acknowledge with proper being in the right place at gling you out for special last time such favors are
GEMINI (May 21-June gratitude all that he or she the right time in order to attention by making it bestowed.
20) -- If you are planning does for you. profit from some solid possible for you to attract Trying to patch up a bro-
on going someplace VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. foundations laid by others. the regard of someone ken romance? The Astro-
Tuesday, where you could run into 22) -- There's a strong pos- It's a momentary cycle, so who may have never Graph Matchmaker can
April 24, 2012 someone whom you're sibility that you could make the most of it. noticed you previously. help you understand what
anxious to impress, take learn a very valuable les- SAGITTARIUS (Nov. Just be yourself and to do to make the relation-
In the year ahead, try to extra time to primp a bit. son: Happiness is not 23-Dec. 21) -- You'll be everything will fall into ship work. Send for your
arrange your life in ways Feel good about yourself, based on how much you amazed at how giving oth- place. Matchmaker set by mail-
that allow you to take and others will too. possess, but by interacting ers the benefit of the doubt PISCES (Feb. 20-March ing $3 to Astro-Graph,
some brief trips to places CANCER (June 21-July with loving people whom actually profits you. Its 20) -- There is no one bet- P.O. Box 167, Wickliffe,
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B-8 – SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2012
JUST FOR FUN
Editor: Jeff Weston, 468-3524 The Ukiah Daily Journal email@example.com
His ex is still around
Adapted from a recent online dis-
I began dating someone about three
months ago. Things are going really
well (we're 30).
My problem is that his ex is very
intertwined in his life. They broke up
about a year and a half ago, his deci-
sion, after dating three years, and
have remained friends. They have
close mutual friends (some of whom
are also my close friends ... that's how
we met), and his mom, brother, aunts,
uncles and cousins are her Facebook
friends, post on her wall, etc.
I know there's nothing going on By Carolyn Hax
between them, but I also know she still
has feelings for him. Needless to say, The Washington Post
she comes up in conversations ... nor-
mally his comparing me to her. It's
always in my favor, but it annoys me. reach a point where your proximity to
Plus, she's always around when we go the ex should be old news but is still
out with the mutual friends. She's the object of snark, then feel free to
made a few comments about their inti- point out to him that it all has gotten
mate history -- as a joke, but still. I am really old. His reaction to that will
divorced, and I can tell you that likely make any decisions for you. If
nobody I know will compare him to my things are healthy between you,
ex (or at least not aloud). though, then it won't degrade to that
I don't want to tell him whom he can point.
and can't be friends with. Plus, I feel Re: His Ex:
for her, since it has to be difficult to see Perhaps the best solution for this is
your ex with someone else. Is this to ask him his intent with saying the
something I just need to deal with? I'm comparisons. Something like, "When I
being unreasonable, aren't I? hear you compare me to her, I feel (sad
-- His Ex Is Still Around or annoyed or whatever). Is that what
No, your complaints seem reason- you are intending?" Going from there
able -- and your willingness to accept allows him to express his reasoning,
fault is clearly well-developed. which may in his mind be complimen-
But you do sound impatient. This tary, or perhaps his own therapeutic
relationship is only three months old, effort to work with your feelings of
and it was born into awkward circum- insecurity. Doing this might open a
stances; it's possible all your com- door to deeper conversations in under-
plaints are about temporary byprod- standing and respecting each other.
ucts of that awkwardness. -- Anonymous
For example, it's natural for some- I like it, thanks, though it might also by Brian Basset
one to make comparisons with some- be his way of working through his RED AND ROVER
one new after a long time with some- feelings of insecurity.
one else. Not always out loud, but, If this takes any turn toward wanti-
then, you're all in a tight circle of ng to banish the ex, by the way, then
friends. it's just time to break up with the guy.
And, maybe she's making jokes in a Email Carolyn at tellme@wash-
misguided attempt to save face. post.com, follow her on Facebook at
If it is just about awkwardness, then www.facebook.com/carolyn.hax or
time will kill the novelty pretty soon. chat with her online at noon Eastern
If instead your guy is egging things time each Friday at www.washington-
on versus backing you up, or if you post.com.
‘The Voice’ crows; Dubious
distinction for ‘Gossip Girl’
-- NBC has some reasons to celebrate.
Although its audience has been sliding, "The
Voice" (8 p.m., TV-PG) has redefined
Monday nights, beating CBS' four sitcoms --
particularly in the coveted 18-49 audience.
Any night that NBC dominates that doesn't
involve the NFL is a surprise for the belea-
guered Peacock network. Tonight, look for
live quarterfinal competition on "The Voice."
Not content with three hours a week of
"Dancing With the Stars" (8 p.m., TV-PG),
ABC will promote the show with a By Kevin McDonough
"Dancing"-themed episode of "20/20" (10
p.m.). "20/20" was long affiliated with some-
thing called ABC's "news" division. Family, TV-14).
The website tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com -- Nightmares invade a patient's waking
has just completed its third annual "Don't hours on "House" (9 p.m., Fox, TV-14).
Save Their Show" poll. In contrast to count- -- "Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations"
less letter-writing campaigns to "Save Our (9 p.m., Travel, TV-PG) visits the coast of
Show," this spoof survey invites viewers to Croatia and samples Mediterranean cuisine.
choose a show they really want to see can- -- The town continues its search for the
celed. Of the more than 100,000 votes cast, missing crew on "Eureka" (9 p.m., Syfy, TV-
the "winning" show was "Gossip Girl" on the 14).
CW. To be fair, "Girl" topped the list with -- A plane crash victim dies before takeoff
less than 5 1/2 percent of the vote. on "Hawaii Five-O" (10 p.m., CBS, r, TV-
Even this completely meaningless poll 14).
indicates one of the central problems for net- -- Karen finds Rebecca's (Uma Thurman)
work television. With so many shows to allure entrancing on "Smash" (10 p.m., NBC,
watch, it's difficult for one program to really TV-14). Look for a Bollywood-style dance
stand out, the good or the bad. For the number featuring Raza Jaffrey ("The Cape").
record, the second most hated show was
NBC's "Are You There, Chelsea?" with 3 1/4 CULT CHOICE
percent, followed closely by CBS' "Rob." Three practical jokers use an old CB radio
-- Please return your seats to an upright to enrage the wrong trucker in the 2001
position. "World's Scariest Plane Landings" thriller "Joy Ride" (6:30 p.m., Spike), star-
(10 p.m., Discovery) allows viewers to expe- ring Steve Zahn, Paul Walker and Leelee
rience white-knuckle, near-death terror from Sobieski ("NYC 22").
the safety of their own recliners. Look for
footage of panicked passengers and calm SERIES NOTES
crew members. Interviews include Captain Chips off the old block on "How I Met
Chesley Sullenberger, who was forced to Your Mother" (8 p.m., CBS, r, TV-14) ...
make an abrupt emergency landing in the Blair fears for her status on "Gossip Girl" (8 Lately" (11 p.m., E!) ... Don McLeroy sits
freezing waters of the Hudson River in p.m., CW, TV-14) ... Valentine's Day volun- down on "The Colbert Report" (11:30 p.m.,
January 2009. teer work on "2 Broke Girls" (8:30 p.m., Comedy Central).
CBS, r, TV-14). Fun. performs on "Late Show With David
TONIGHT'S OTHER Magic brownies on "Two and a Half Men" Letterman" (11:35 p.m., CBS) ... Jay Leno
HIGHLIGHTS (9 p.m., CBS, r, TV-14) ... Scotty McCreary welcomes Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Aubrey
-- The band Fictionist appears on "The guest-stars on "Hart of Dixie" (9 p.m., CW, O'Day and Train on "The Tonight Show"
Song That Changed My Life" (7:30 p.m., TV-PG) ... Halloween madness on "Mike & (11:35 p.m., NBC) ... Julia Louis-Dreyfus,
BYU-TV). Molly" (9:30 p.m., CBS, r, TV-14). Scrabble champions and the Hives appear on
-- Potential sibling rivals on "Bones" (8 "Jimmy Kimmel Live" (midnight, ABC).
p.m., Fox, TV-14). LATE NIGHT Craig Ferguson hosts Joel McHale and
-- A couple's dreams exceed their square Kathy Griffin, Morgan Spurlock and Erin Dan Boulger on "The Late Late Show"
footage on "Love It or List It" (8 p.m., Foley appear on "Conan" (11 p.m., TBS) ... (12:35 a.m., CBS).
HGTV, TV-G). Lauren Conrad, John Caparulo, Arden Myrin
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4-22,29/12 COUNTY OF MENDOCINO, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 4-18,22,29/12
COUNTY OF MENDOCINO 2006 STORM DAMAGE REPAIRS ON NOTICE OF PETITION TO
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION ORR SPRINGS ROAD, CR 223, AT M.P. 32.39 ADMINISTER ESTATE
NOTICE TO BIDDERS DOT CONTRACT NO. 100026 CASE NO.: SCUK CVPB ’12 25916
CONTRACT NO. 080060 DOT PROJECT NO. F-0606.140 To all heirs, beneficiaries, cred-
itors, contingent creditors, and
Sealed proposals will be received by the Transportation Depart- Plans, forms of proposal, contract and contract documents may persons who may otherwise be
ment of the County of Mendocino, State of California, until the be seen at the office of the County of Mendocino Department of interested in the will or estate,
hour of 2:00 o’clock P.M. May 17, 2012, at which time they will be Transportation, 340 Lake Mendocino Drive, Ukiah, California (Tele- or both, of: LA VERNE REITZELL
publicly opened and read aloud in the office of the Mendocino phone 707-463-4363). A PETITION FOR PROBATE has
County Department of Transportation, 340 Lake Mendocino Drive, been filed by: JUDITH SMITH in
Ukiah, California 95482 (telephone 707-463-4363) for construction in PLANS AND CONTRACT DOCUMENTS MAY BE OBTAINED AT THE OF- the Superior Court of California,
accordance with the Plans and Specifications to which special ref- FICE OF THE COUNTY OF MENDOCINO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPOR - County of Mendocino.
erence is made as follows: TATION, 340 Lake Mendocino Drive, Ukiah, California 95482, upon THE PETITION FOR PROBATE re-
payment of $40.00 in company check, money order or the exact quests that: JUDITH SMITH be
COUNTY OF MENDOCINO, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION amount in cash. Please make a check or money order payable to appointed as personal represen -
2006 STORM DAMAGE REPAIRS ON COUNTY OF MENDOCINO. This payment is not refundable. tative to administer the estate
ORR SPRINGS ROAD, CR 223, AT M.P. 28.55 of the decedent.
DOT CONTRACT NO. 080060 This project has an Annual Anticipated UDBE Participation Level THE PETITION requests authority
DOT PROJECT NO. F-0606.107 (AADPL) of 3.65% percent Underutilized Disadvantaged Business to administer the estate under
Enterprise (UDBE) participation. the Independent Administration
Plans, forms of proposal, contract and contract documents may of Estates Act. (This authority
be seen at the office of the County of Mendocino Department of THIS PROJECT IS SUBJECT TO THE "BUY AMERICA" PROVISIONS OF will allow the personal repre-
Transportation, 340 Lake Mendocino Drive, Ukiah, California (Tele- THE SURFACE TRANSPORTATION ASSISTANCE ACT OF 1982 AS sentative to take many actions
phone 707-463-4363). AMENDED BY THE INTERMODAL SURFACE TRANSPORTATION EFFI- without obtaining court appro-
CIENCY ACT OF 1991. val. Before taking certain very
PLANS AND CONTRACT DOCUMENTS MAY BE OBTAINED AT THE OF- important actions, however, the
FICE OF THE COUNTY OF MENDOCINO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPOR - No pre-bid meeting is scheduled for this project. personal representative will be
TATION, 340 Lake Mendocino Drive, Ukiah, California 95482, upon required to give notice to inter-
payment of $40.00 in company check, money order or the exact Bids are required for the entire work described herein. ested persons unless they have
amount in cash. Please make a check or money order payable to waived notice or consented to
COUNTY OF MENDOCINO. This payment is not refundable. The prime Contractor for the work herein shall possess the follow- the proposed action). The inde-
ing valid State of California licenses: pendent administration authori-
This project has an Annual Anticipated UDBE Participation Level ty will be granted unless an in-
(AADPL) of 3.67% percent Underutilized Disadvantaged Business "A" - General Engineering or C-12 Earthwork and Paving at the terested person files an objec-
Enterprise (UDBE) participation. time this Contract is awarded. tion to the petition and shows
good cause why the court
THIS PROJECT IS SUBJECT TO THE "BUY AMERICA" PROVISIONS OF The successful low bidder will be required to obtain a County Busi- should not grant the authority.
THE SURFACE TRANSPORTATION ASSISTANCE ACT OF 1982 AS ness License prior to Notice to Proceed. A HEARING on the petition will
AMENDED BY THE INTERMODAL SURFACE TRANSPORTATION EFFI- be held on DATE: May 4, 2012 at
CIENCY ACT OF 1991. ESTIMATED QUANTITIES FOR ORR SPRINGS RD., M.P. 32.39 9:30 a.m. in Dept.: E, located at:
COURTHOUSE, 100 N. State
No pre-bid meeting is scheduled for this project. ITEM UNIT OF ESTIMATED Street, Ukiah, CA 95482
NO. ITEM DESCRIPTION MEASURE QUANTITY IF YOU OBJECT to the granting of
Bids are required for the entire work described herein. the petition, you should appear
1 CONSTRUCTION AREA SIGNS LS 1 at the hearing and state your
The prime Contractor for the work herein shall possess the follow- 2 TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM LS 1 objections or file written objec-
ing valid State of California licenses: 3 DEVELOP WATER SUPPLY LS 1 tions with the court before the
4 CLASS 2 AGGREGATE BASE TON 55 hearing. Your appearance may
"A" - General Engineering or C-12 Earthwork and Paving at the 5 HMA TON 30 be in person or by your attorney.
time this Contract is awarded. 6 ROADWAY EXCAVATION CY 135 IF YOU ARE A CREDITOR or a con-
7 6" P.P.P. UNDERDRAIN LF 40 tingent creditor of the deceased,
The successful low bidder will be required to obtain a County Busi- 8 6" NON-P.P.P. OUTLET LF 15 you must file your claim with
ness License prior to Notice to Proceed. 9 TERMINAL RISER LF 15 the court and mail a copy to the
10 RSP (1/2 TON, METHOD B) TON 60 personal representative appoin-
ESTIMATED QUANTITIES FOR ORR SPRINGS RD., M.P. 28.55 11 PERM BLANKET CY 15 ted by the court within four
12 HMA DIKE (TYPE A) LF 40 months from the date of first is-
ITEM UNIT OF ESTIMATED 13 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL LS 1 suance of letters as provided in
NO. ITEM DESCRIPTION MEASURE QUANTITY 14 MOBILIZATION LS 1 section 9100 of the California
Probate Code. The time for filing
1 CONSTRUCTION AREA SIGNS LS 1 The County of Mendocino hereby notifies all bidders that it will af- claims will not expire before
2 TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM LS 1 firmatively insure that in any contract entered into pursuant to four months from the hearing
3 TEMPORARY RAILING (TYPE K) LF 60 this advertisement, Disadvantaged Business Enterprises will be date noticed above.
4 DEVELOP WATER SUPPLY LS 1 afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invita- YOU MAY EXAMINE the file kept
5 CLEARING AND GRUBBING LS 1 tion and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, by the court. If you are a person
6 REMOVE CULVERTS LS 1 color, or national origin in consideration of the award. interested in the estate, you
7 ROADWAY EXCAVATION CY 400 may file with the court a Re-
8 CLASS 2 AGGREGATE BASE TON 160 Pursuant to the provisions in Section 1773 of the Labor Code of the quest for Special Notice (form
9 HMA (TYPE A) TON 60 State of California, the Board of Supervisors of the County of DE-154) of the filing of an inven-
10 RSP (1/2 TON, METHOD B) TON 350 Mendocino has obtained from the Director of the Department of tory and appraisal of estate as-
11 RSP (1/4 TON, METHOD B) TON 30 Industrial Relations the general prevailing rate of wages, and the sets or of any petition or ac-
12 6" P.P.P. UNDERDRAIN LF 25 schedule of employer payments for health and welfare, vacation, count as provided in Probate
13 6" NON-P.P.P. OUTLET LF 10 pension and similar purposes in the County. Interested parties Code section 1250. A Request for
14 36" CMP LF 60 may review these wage rates and schedules at the Department of Special Notice form is available
15 24" CMP LF 40 Transportation, 340 Lake Mendocino Drive, Ukiah, California. The from the court clerk.
16 HMA DIKE (TYPE D) LF 40 successful Contractor shall obtain a copy of prevailing wage rates ATTORNEY FOR PETITIONER:
17 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL LS 1 from the Engineer and shall post same at a prominent place at the MYRNA L. OGLESBY
18 MOBILIZATION LS 1 job site. 533 S. MAIN ST.
P.O. BOX 720
The County of Mendocino hereby notifies all bidders that it will af- For this contract the general prevailing rate of wages as ascer- UKIAH, CA 95482
firmatively insure that in any contract entered into pursuant to tained by County shall be those in effect on the bid date. Future (707)462-0141
this advertisement, Disadvantaged Business Enterprises will be effective wage rates, which have been predetermined and are on
afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invita- file with the Department of Industrial Relations, are referenced in 239-12 Legal Notices
tion and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, the published wage rates of the Director of the Department of In- 4-1,8,15,22/12
color, or national origin in consideration of the award. dustrial Relations. FICTITIOUS
BUSINESS ness name or
NAME names listed
Pursuant to the provisions in Section 1773 of the Labor Code of the The County of Mendocino reserves the right to reject any and all above on N/A.
State of California, the Board of Supervisors of the County of bids or to waive any defects or irregularity in bidding. STATEMENT
File No.: 2012- Endorsed-Filed
Mendocino has obtained from the Director of the Department of on 03/14/2012
Industrial Relations the general prevailing rate of wages, and the Dated F0204
THE FOLLOW- at the
schedule of employer payments for health and welfare, vacation, Mendocino
pension and similar purposes in the County. Interested parties Howard N. Dashiell ING PERSON(S)
IS (ARE) DOING County Clerks
may review these wage rates and schedules at the Department of Director of Transportation Office.
Transportation, 340 Lake Mendocino Drive, Ukiah, California. The of the County of Mendocino, BUSINESS AS:
1.DEEP END /s/Deborah S.
successful Contractor shall obtain a copy of prevailing wage rates State of California Cahn
from the Engineer and shall post same at a prominent place at the CELLARS
2.DEEP END DEBORAH S.
job site. BY: _____________________________ CAHN MANAG-
p 3.DEEP END ER
For this contract the general prevailing rate of wages as ascer-
tained by County shall be those in effect on the bid date. Future 305-12 ing member of the Board of Su- WINE 238-12
effective wage rates, which have been predetermined and are on 4-22/12 pervisors has reason to believe 4.DEEP END 4-1,8,15,22/12
file with the Department of Industrial Relations, are referenced in NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that is possessed of competent WINERY FICTITIOUS
the published wage rates of the Director of the Department of In- the Mendocino County Execu- knowledge of property appraisal 5.INDIAN CREEK BUSINESS
dustrial Relations. tive Office is accepting applica - and taxation. WINERY NAME
tions for three (3) membership 6.NAVARRO STATEMENT
The County of Mendocino reserves the right to reject any and all positions and three (3) alternate If you are interested in serving VINEYARDS File No.: 2012-
bids or to waive any defects or irregularity in bidding. positions on a recently estab- on this Board, contact your Su- 7 . N A V A R R O F0174
lished Assessment Appeals pervisor, or the Executive Office, WINERY THE FOLLOW-
Dated Board, approved by the Board of at 501 Low Gap Road, Room 8.PENNYROYAL ING PERSON(S)
Supervisors on December 6, 1010, Ukiah, CA 95482 (707) 463- 9.PENNYROYAL IS (ARE) DOING
Howard N. Dashiell 2011, by Ordinance No. 4286. 4441. CELLARS BUSINESS AS:
Director of Transportation 10.PENNYROYA ABELL BUILD-
Qualifications for Membership: 272-12 L FARM
of the County of Mendocino, 4-15,22/12 11.PENNYROYA ERS
State of California A person shall not be eligible for 42025 Little Riv-
nomination for membership on PUBLIC NOTICE L WINERY er Road,
BY: _____________________________ the assessment appeals board The County of Mendocino is 12.PENNYROYA Little River, CA
unless he or she has a minimum holding a total of $130,482.59 in L VINEYARDS
for five (5) years professional its Trust account. Claims for re- 5601 Hwy 128 Michael E. Abell
295-12 experience in California of one fund of any portion of the above Philo, CA 95466 42025 Little Riv-
4-22,29/12 of the following: sum may be made only by the Navarro Vine-
person who made the deposit. yards LLC er
COUNTY OF MENDOCINO Little River, CA
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION · Certified public accountant or To recover any of the above, a 5601 Hwy 128 95456
NOTICE TO BIDDERS public accountant verifiable claim must be filed Philo, CA 95466
with the County Treasurer prior This Shawn Erin
CONTRACT NO. 100026 business Carolan-Abell
· Licensed real estate broker to the close of business on June is conducted
22, 2012. Any deposits not claim- by a Limited Li- 42025 Little Riv-
Sealed proposals will be received by the Transportation Depart- er
ment of the County of Mendocino, State of California, until the · Attorney ed by this date shall automati - ability Compa-
cally revert to the County’s gen- ny. The regis- Little River, CA
hour of 2:30 o’clock P.M. May 17, 2012, at which time they will be 95482
publicly opened and read aloud in the office of the Mendocino · Property appraiser accredited eral fund. trants com- This business
County Department of Transportation, 340 Lake Mendocino Drive, by a nationally recognized pro- menced to is conducted
Ukiah, California 95482 (telephone 707-463-4363) for construction in fessional organization transact busi- by Husband &
accordance with the Plans and Specifications to which special ref- ness under the Wife. The regis-
erence is made as follows: · Or a person who the nominat - fictitious busi- trants com-
B-12-SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 2012 UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL
transact busi- Legal Notices Employment Employment Employment Employment Homes Comml &
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Opportunities Opportunities for Rent, Industl Property
ness under the Opportunities Opportunities
fictitious busi- by an Individu - Merchandise Merchandise Unfurnished
ness name or al. The regis- ART TEACHER K-8 : ½ FTE credentialed WHSE 1200 Sq ft
names listed trant com- All Redwood position. Send resume & three refer - R.V. Clean, spa- 124 Blue Bonnet, Uk
above on menced to 4 foot hefty picnic tables $100 ences to PCCS, Attn Marilyn, PO Box cious 2bd, 1ba, of - $560 mo+sec
02/7/2012 transact busi- 36"x16" planter boxes $35, larger 984, Point Arena, CA 95468, by May 4, fice. Propane ht, 707-462-8273
Endorsed-Filed ness under the and smaller planters also). Free- POOL MANAGER (Seasonal laundry rm. Vine -
2012. fax (707) 882-4132, e-mail- Position): $20/hr., 40 hrs.+/week.
on 03/6/2012 at fictitious busi- standing benches, shingled-roof firstname.lastname@example.org PCCS is a fair yard setting N/S Automobiles
the Mendocino ness name or Responsible for the efficient and /P $1250mo $2000
dog house, birdhouses... employment/EOE. effective operation of programs,
County Clerks names listed call 707-468-3528 Position open until filled dep 489-3669
above on N/A management, and routine 1967 MGB-GT
Office. Complete Re -
/s/Michael E. Endorsed-Filed Child Care Worker maintenance of the City of Ukiah Westside-Vintage
on 04/05/2012 Building build $7000 obo
Abell Employment Under supervision of Daycare Coordi - Municipal Pools. Must possess 1+ bd. W/ fncd
MICHAEL E. at the Materials Opportunities nator to provide childcare services current certifications for Lifeguard patio. Hrdwd,
ABELL Mendocino and developmentally appropriate ac - Training, Water Safety Instructor, clawft tub. $875.
County Clerks Fencing #2 Grade. Caregivers tivities focusing on infants and tod - C.P.R. for the Professional Rescuer Avail 5/1 621-1936
247-12 dlers between the ages of 0-3 years and Title 22 First Aid. Instructor The Ukiah
Office. We are a 4 x Best
4-1,8,15,22/12 /s/Richard Paul 1x6x6 redwood. of age who participate in the Coyote level certificates for life-guarding
$1.55 per bd. Place to Work Co.
Caring people Valley Child Development Center, and water safety instruction is Miscellaneous DAILY JOURNAL
BUSINESS 485-8072 desirable; valid Class C CA Driver’s Rentals
RICHARD PAUL needed to help and to coordinate with other educa - Mendocino County’s local newspaper
NAME SELZER tional programs, both on the reserva - Lic. req. Complete job flyer &
File No.: 2012-
the elderly in
Miscellaneous their homes. Must tion and with other community agen - application available at the City of
Room for Rent
F0248 Announcements Merchandise be compassion - cies. Full Time, Must have valid CA Ukiah, 300 Seminary Ave., Ukiah, CA
ate, loving & kind. Driver’s License, pediatric first aid 95482 or www.cityofukiah.com.
THE FOLLOW- and fingerprint and screening by OPEN UNTIL FILLED. EOE In Western Hills
ING PERSON(S) ADOPTION & Clean DMV,
bkgrnd ck, dug Trustline. Also must have minimum Home N/S, Lease.
IS (ARE) DOING FOSTER CARE of 12 units early childhood develop - Pricing Analyst and Accounting Clerk $435/mo + utl, +
TLC Child & test. Call
Family Service 707-763-6600 x201. ment and two years’ experience Responsibilities include: pricing, daily bill- dep 272-3269 or
BILL’S seeks families. working in child care/educational ing, bank deposits and general ledger recon- 415-672-1580
775 South State Reimburse- CLIENT SERVICES setting. ciliations Applicant must be proficient in
St, ment, training LG ROOM $700 +
& professional 3 pieces, $300 MANAGER Contact Mei for application or send Microsoft Office with extensive experience
Ukiah, CA 95482 support pro- or best offer, FT-Lakeport, Ca Su - resume to in Excel, have excellent analytical, organiza-
2nd Room For
Natalie Rosen vided. 463-1100. 707-391-5571 pervise team of tribalreceptionist@coyotevalleytribe. Office Util &
770 Village Cir-
cle Apt G
#236803353 case mgrs in deliv -
FOR SALE: Ash - ery of services to
tional and communication skills, knowledge
of accounting principles preferred. Full-time
Dep/Ref. RW Valley
position which may require some over-time
Ukiah, CA 95482
Found ley Roll Top
persons w/dez. CHIEF PSYCHIARIST as necessary. Wage and benefits included.
disabilities. Sal Mendocino County Health & Hu - Send resume and salary
Mathis condition,$300. range $3667 to
770 Village Cir- 00 OBO. 2005 man Services Agency $14,329 - requirements to email@example.com
$5159/mo.+exc. $17,309/Mo. Req Medical degree
cle Apt E. Kawasaki KLR bene. Please go to
Ukiah, CA 95482 650, runs great, from an accredited medical col - Employment Apts for Rent,
website lege or university, supplemented
This business new tires, low www.redwoodcoas Opportunities Unfurnished
is conducted miles, includes by residency training and two to
trc.org; About us four yrs of related exp. Apply im - Out of Area
by a General I am a white mens helmet tab; Career Opp. Marlene Village &
P a r t n e r s h i p . and black male and matching mediately to: HR Dept, 501 Low Gap
for more info & re - Rd, Rm 1326, Ukiah, CA 95482, (707) UPDATED! Chinook Garden
The registrants dog at the jacket, $2900.00 quired documents. DIRECTOR 2bd, 2ba
commenced to Ukiah Shelter OBO. Pictures 234-6600, w/TDD (800) 735-2929.
Closes 5-11-12 at www.co.mendocino.ca.us/hr EOE REC CENTER w/garage. Full
transact busi- 298 Plant Rd. I available upon 5pm See MCRPD size W/D, wtr &
ness under the am request. Please EOE/M-F Dog center in Ukiah website for garbage pd.
fictitious busi- sniffing, though call 467-9728. looking for an experienced dog han - updated twnhse & flat
ness name or the cage wire, Community dler Night/Dayshifts. 707-391-2387 salary info: $1150 & $1125 468-
names listed Hide-a-bed couch Health Represen-
in hopes of in good cond. www.mendo 5468
above on smelling my $100. Twin size
LIBRARIAN I coastrec.org
03/28/2012. humans when Filing deadline Spacious 2bd
captains bed Rancheria, Ukiah Pool, H20 Trash pd.
Endorsed-Filed they extended to
on 03/28/2012 w/mattress and must have prior Mendocino County. $3277 - $890/mo
come to look box spring $150. exp. CHR Cert $3983/Mo. Requires Master’s de - May 4.
at the for me! I was Questions? Also, 1bd $750
M e n d o c i n o found on 4/17 Dresser w/mirror from IHS pref. gree in Library Science and one 462-6075
County Clerks on No State St $100. Call 468-8641 starting salary year experience in professional Se habla español.
Office. $13/hr. Must have library work. To obtain requisite
in Ukiah Musical application materials contact: TWO UKIAH
/s/Natalie clean DMV print- WANTED
Rosen Instruments out at time of ap- Human Resources Department, High energy LOCATIONS
NATALIE ROSEN plication. For ap- 501 Low Gap Road, Room 1326, optimist for 463-2325
Wechter plication and ad- Ukiah, CA 95482, (707) 234-6600, Multimedia 462-5009
237-12 ditional informa- w/TDD (800) 735-2929. AA/EOE Sales Rep.
Resonator Gui - tion 707-462-3682 www.co.mendocino.ca.us/hr
tar. Exc. cond. Must be: for Rent
$550 462-3281 Full time LIBRARY ASSISTANT FMotivated
NAME Registered Nurse Part Time, Mendocino County. FOrganized
STATEMENT I am a brown Full time Physical 2bd triplex a/c
Merchandise Therapist Current vacancies throughout FDependable fenced yd, water,
File No.: 2012- male Lab mix the county, 20 hrs per week. FResponsible
F0245 found on East Wanted Part time $11.06-$13.44/Hr Req High
THE FOLLOW- Rd in RV on Occupational pd n/p $910 +
School diploma or GED & one yr ∂Must have $910 dep 671 Le -
ING PERSON(S) 4/16. Now I am Wanted: Indian Therapist for exp. To obtain requisite applica - own car
IS (ARE) DOING at baskets, pottery, Homecare & slie st. 462-1396
tion contact: HR Dept, 501 Low ∂Salary &
BUSINESS AS: the Ukiah Shel - Kachinas & jewel - Hospice Services- Gap Rd, Room 1326, Ukiah, CA Commissions
VALLEY OFF ry (Pre 60’s) No Mendocino Cty. 3bd/1.5ba TH
ter 298 Plant 95482, (707) 234-6600, w/TDD ∂Benefits - w/fireplace, w/d
ROAD Rd. points. Top $ Pd. Great benefits & (800) 735-2929. EOE 401K available
12040 A Power- Contact Mike dynamic team. hkup, garage
www.co.mendocino.ca.us/hr $1200/mo $1600 dep
house Road @707-927-6059 Call H/R 459-1818. Apply in
Potter Valley, 707-433-6688
HOUSE WAN - Insurance Mental Health Program Director person at:
CA 95469 Mendocino County Youth Project Fort Bragg
Simi Alonzo TED. Young Inspector. Homes
professional PT in Ukiah. Work FT w/outstanding benefits in Ukiah Advocate-
Tour Administer mental health program News for Rent,
16155 Gibson family need 3 independently in
bdrm w >10 the field to for youth & their families. Need: 450 N. Unfurnished
Lane/ P.O. Box admin skills, BBS clinical license, Franklin
391 acres for ani - verify measure -
mals. Require grant writing. Prefer: exp w/clinical Fort Bragg, 2bd 2ba+ Hm. Ru-
Potter Valley, I was to ments and condi -
brought to the <30 min from tion of homes for supervision, Medi-Cal, AOD, child CA ral vineyard set -
CA 95469 abuse & evidence-based practices ting, views, close
This business Ukiah shelter Ukiah. Anyone insurance compa - The Ukiah
want/need to nies. No sales. $58,427.20 - 71,073.60 DOE/license No phone to Ukiah
is conducted on 4/17, BUT I www.mcyp.org for more info. EOE calls please. $1800+sec dep
have been sell? 267-456- Computer experi -
by an Individu -
al. The regis-
com- around Tomki
4848 cell ence, digital cam -
era, car, cell MENDOCINO COUNTY OFFICE
EOE rent or lease. 489-
menced to Rd in RV for Garage Sales phone required. OF EDUCATION Mendocino County’s local newspaper
Knowledge of is recruiting for the following 3bd, 2ba w/ garage.
transact busi- many months. I Apts for Rent,
ness under the am friendly and
fictitious busi- was wearing a
home construc -
tion and custom -
er service experi -
For more information and to apply
Central heat & air.
$1250 dep. on W.
Sell It Fast
ness name or red harness. I Indoor 2Bd 1Ba apt Lake Mendocino Dr.
listed am a friendly
on red and white
ence a plus.
Paid per assign -
www.mcoe.us/d/hr/jobs dwnstrs. Pool,
crprt, N/S/P, No
3bd, 2ba house on
May 12th, ment or minimum The City of Willits is accepting Sec 8 $860+ dep.
Endorsed-Filed Call 467-6453
on 3/28/2012 at
the Mendocino Pets
$13/hr. Apply at
applications for a temporary
(seasonal) maintenance worker
468-5426 W. side. No smok -
ing, no pets $1200
County Clerks inc.com Ref # in Public Works, $15/hour. This Cute and Clean
19105 position will primarily be as - 1 bd $650+ dep. No Cute clean 2bd
/s/Simi Alonzo signed maintenance of City Sec. 8 No pets. Adam 1ba S West Ukiah
$5 Breakfast Janitor PT Ukiah parks during the warm weather 468-5403 avl May
Tour 8am-11am. Evenings. Must
2nd Sat of
live in Ukiah area.
$9.50/hr or $250/
season, but have other duties as
assigned. Filing deadline 4/25 at
5:00p.m. Applications are availa -
Large 2 bd 1ba,
n/p/s contact Zac
267-12 Yes, lurking, rain or shine. mo. 707-782-9100
4-8,15,22,29/12 waiting to come
FICTITIOUS out into your ga -
ble at Willits City Hall, 111 East
Commercial St, or online at
thecityofwillits.com. The City of
free heat & air,
BUSINESS rage, barn, tack Willits is an Equal Opportunity water, garbage.
NAME room, winery, Building dynamite Employer. No pets. 462-8600
STATEMENT garden, green - Corner of young woman
File No.: 2012- house or shed Oak & w/disabilities.
F0274 and wherever Seminary in Overnight re -
THE FOLLOW- crawl space al - Ukiah. See quired. Call
ING PERSON(S) low them... sur - You There!! 467-9131
IS (ARE) DOING prise them this
BUSINESS AS: year with a Huge Indoor Mov - Life Coach
REALTY WORLD "green" extermi - ing Sale Sat 8-4 wanted for de -
REFERRAL NET- nation system! Sun 10-2 Lots of lightful man
WORK Anderson Valley tools clothes, w/autism.
551 South Or- Animal Rescue kitchen stuff, Overnights re -
chard "Barn Cat" Pro - (45 years of quired. Call
Ukiah, CA 95482 gram provides things) 467-9131
Robert Ray- once free- All Must Go!
mond Hansen roaming cats to 3100 Redemeyer Nurse Consultant
5440 Black Bart meet your Rd. Ukiah 1 PT-Ukiah, Ca. No
Trail needs. Varying
Redwood Val- Sat.&Sun.8:am- nights or week-end
degrees of so - 110 Margie work. Provides
ley, CA 95470 cialization and nursing nursing
This business ages, neutered Dr.Willits
assmnts. & clinical
is conducted /spayed and ra - Wieghts,Quads, consultations for
by an Individu - bies vaccinated, boat,camptrail persons w/dev.
al. The regis- these cats await er,tools,toys,ho disabilities. RN
trant com- another chance useitems,jewer w/BSN from ac -
menced to ly,clothes.ect..
at life at no credited
transact busi- charge to you. Yard Sale college/univ. and
ness under the For details, call Sat & Sun 8-5 no ear -
Public Helath Nurs -
fictitious busi- AV Rescue at ly birds, furn, kitc,
misc, lots of stuff!! ing Cert. required.
ness name or 621-2912 or $20.21-$28.31/hr
13201 Tomki Rd in
names listed 895-3785 R.V. DOQ. Please go to
above on N/A www.redwoodcoas
Endorsed-Filed trc.org for required
on 04/05/2012 Horses, documents. Closes
at the Livestock, 5-28-12 5PM
M e n d o c i n o Poultry EOE/M-F
County Clerks On-Site
Office. Black Angus- Apartment RN Needed for
/s/Robert Ray- Pasture raised, Management non-profit DCI Di -
mond Hansen grass fed, all nat - Seeking alysis clinic exc
ROBERT RAY- ural ready for benefit pkg, dialy -
MOND HANSEN qualified sis exp a + but
freezer. Call for
pricing 984-7326 individual(s) will train. Apply
268-12 to oversee
4-8,15,22,29/12 at 275 S. Orchard
68-unit apt. Ave Mon-Fri 9-3
FICTITIOUS Farm & Ranch
BUSINESS community SaberNet
NAME John WOOLLEY in Ukiah. PT Tech Support
STATEMENT Ranch Hay Must be Send resume to:
File No.: 2012- Sales. Grass friendly, firstname.lastname@example.org
F0274 stock hay & Fax 707.467.0199
THE FOLLOW- CCOF certified
ING PERSON(S) orgnic dairy al -
IS (ARE) DOING falfa available
You Need in
Looking for the perfect rental?
BUSINESS AS: now! 707-743- office & basic
REFERRAL NET- paige@johnwo
551 South Or-
req. Check the Classifieds!
Rototilling + 2bd. apt.
Ukiah, CA 95482
Richard PAul (no pets
Watson Heavy duty machine
2 hr min, $50/hr Tom Submit resume the
Ukiah, CA 95482 275-3352 to: Classifieds Mendocino County’s local newspaper
This business awalsh@ The Ukiah
is conducted DAILY JOURNAL
selzerrealty.com Mendocino County’s local newspaper