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Mental health program in crisis after Governor veto
BY ROB BURGESS California Council of Community Kevin Murphy, Ukiah United ing up on the street and we won’t “We’re still cleaning up all the
The Daily Journal Mental Health Agencies Web site. Methodist Church’s outreach min- have the funds to cover them,” he Kleenex from when we found out,”
With Friday’s signing of the “In data that is reported monthly to istry coordinator of A Healing said. “The governor has violated his he said. “Specifically to this county
state’s budget, Governor Arnold the California State Department of Cooperative, said the cuts will mean promise to the Legislature and to the cut means a $480,000 loss per
Schwarzenegger cut $55 million dol- Mental Health, AB 34/2034 has the a large number of homeless peo- voters in one veto.” year.”
lars of funding for the mental health demonstrated remarkable outcomes ple in the state will no longer be able Mendocino County Mental Health O’Neil said the costs of the pro-
program funded by AB 2034. that show a decrease in homelessness to be served. Services Branch Director Noel gram were more than paid for by the
“AB 34/2034 serves 5,000 men- and incarcerations while reflecting “Client groups all over the state O’Neil said the cuts will affect men- money saved by the state in other
tally ill and homeless individuals an increase in the ability of con- are saddened that we will soon be tal health agencies both at the state areas.
throughout the state,” stated the sumers to live independently.” seeing more homeless people show- and local levels.
See CRISIS, Page 16
Back to school Music
Ukiah Unified buildings full of students again stay put
Ticketing By ROB BURGESS
The Daily Journal
area widens After four teacher work days last week, Ukiah honor lease
Unified School District’s 12 schools joined By ZACK SAMPSEL
By ZACK SAMPSEL
California’s 9,546 other public schools in opening
The Daily Journal its doors Monday. The Daily Journal
The City of Ukiah’s park- First-time students, new teachers and kinder- After a meeting August 17
ing enforcement officers are garteners weren’t the only ones starting at the dis- with Charles Mannon, presi-
back on wheels -- three trict for the first time Monday. Monday also marked dent of the Savings Bank of
wheels to be exact. the first school day as administrators for new Mendocino County, the
Previously, all parking UUSD Superintendent Dr. Lois Nash and Ukiah sound of strings, bass drums
enforcement in Ukiah was High School Principal Dennis Willeford. and more are back at the
taken care of with help from Willeford graduated from Ukiah High School in Ukiah School of Music.
electric vehicles provided by 1976, and took over the position on July 1 previous- “At our meeting Charles
Nissan, but after Nissan ly held by Ken Montoya, who retired in June. Mannon graciously informed
reclaimed the vehicles last Start times for UUSD schools varied from 7:40 us that the Savings Bank
summer, options were limited a.m. at South Valley High School to 9 a.m. for would continue to honor our
and parking enforcers had to Eagle Peak Middle School, Hopland Elementary lease,” said Tom Ganoung,
return to a foot patrol. School and Pomolita Middle School. (See the insert director of the Ukiah School
“In July of last year, I met for a complete list of start and dismissal times of all of Music in an interview
with parking officers and con- the district’s schools.) Monday. “It was a generous
densed the coverage area,” In a break from last school year, classes will be lease to begin with and the
Don Ballek, economic devel- dismissed at the same time Monday through Friday. bank is doing us right by
opment coordinator, said. There will not be an early dismissal day on honoring it. They’re helping
“But now we’re adding more Wednesdays. to serve the community.”
service and routes.” Those students who pine for their newly-con- The Ukiah School of
Don Ballek said he spent cluded summer vacation won’t have to wait long for Music is located in a portion
months looking into different their first break from classwork - the district has of what was previously the
energy-efficient vehicle scheduled next Monday, Labor Day, off. Rainbow Construction
options before taking his final Reporter Rob Burgess can be reached at offices. The foreclosure of
idea to the City Council last firstname.lastname@example.org. the building came after
fall. Rainbow Construction had to
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“We looked at ZAP (zero shut down its business fol-
air pollution) cars and even At right, Manuel Jiminez helps his daughter lowing an extended legal bat-
maybe going with Segways, Sara, 9, find the location of her fourth grade tle with the Ukiah Unified
but with the rainy weather of classroom before the start of the first day of Calpella Elementary School School District about the
the winter and the sun of the school Monday at Yokayo Elementary School Start time - 8:50 a.m. construction of Grace
summer, our options were in Ukiah. Below, Amanda Phillips and John Dismissal - 3 p.m. Hudson Elementary School.
limited,” Ballek said. “The Hunter watch as John John Hunter, 6, puts Following the foreclosure of
only energy-efficient parking together a puzzle before the start of his first Eagle Peak Middle School the building, the Savings
enforcement vehicle we could day of Kindergarten Monday at Yokayo Start time - 9 a.m. Bank of Mendocino County
consider is the Go-4 from Elementary School in Ukiah. Dismissal - 3:25 p.m. purchased the building at the
Westward Industries from foreclosure sale August 10
Canada.” Frank Zeek Elementary School with a $600,000 bid.
Ballek said the rising popu- Start time - 8:10 a.m. But with more than seven
larity and limited availability Dismissal - 2:15 p.m. years left on its lease, there’s
of the vehicles make the still plenty of music to be
ordering process a long one. Grace Hudson Elementary School made at the school, although
Ballek said the original order Start time - 8:45 a.m. things may be a little more
for the car was placed in Dismissal - 2:55 p.m. quiet this time around.
December of 2006, but with Instructor Dave Gould,
orders for more than 200 of Hopland Elementary School who teaches drums and bass
the electric vehicles sched- Start time - 9 a.m. guitar at the school, was
uled to deliver to San Dismissal - 3:15 p.m. forced to relocate his office
Francisco and New York City, after the bank’s acquisition of
fulfilling the order took a long Nokomis Elementary School the building. Gould’s office
Start time - 8:35 a.m. was in one of the rooms of
time. Dismissal - 2:45 p.m.
The Go-4 was designed the former Rainbow
and built by Westward Oak Manor Elementary School Construction part of the
Industries Ltd. for use in Start time - 8:45 a.m. building. And with the bank
policing, deliveries and other Dismissal - 2:55 p.m. using the former Rainbow
services. With a 61-horse- offices for file storage, Gould
power engine, the Go-4 won’t Pomolita Middle School was forced to find other
win any drag races, but it is Start time - 9 a.m. options.
safe for use on the roads, Dismissal - 3:25 p.m. “Well, luckily Spencer
which was one of Ballek’s Brewer from the Ukiah
main concerns. As well, the Redwood Valley Elementary School Music Center has been nice
tubular steel frame helps to Start time - 8:40 a.m. enough to take me in and let
provide support while the alu- Dismissal - 2:47 p.m. me teach there,” Gould said.
minum body keeps it light. “And even though I won’t be
“Its a well constructed Ukiah High School in the school every day, I’ll
vehicle with a roll bar and all Start time - 7:30 a.m. always be around or drop-
sorts of safety features as well Dismissal - 2:22 p.m. ping in.”
as some visibility features,” With Brewer helping
Ballek said. “That way people Yokayo Elementary School Gould continue his instruc-
on State Street can see them. Start time - 8:10 a.m. tion, Ganoung said the
They are very well built. It Dismissal - 2:15 p.m. School of Music is opti-
appears that they know what mistic, looking to the future
they are doing.” South Valley High School and possibly adding more
Now with coverage Start time - 7:40 a.m. instrument instruction.
Dismissal - 2:10 p.m.
See TICKETS, Page 16 See MUSIC, Page 16
2 – TUESDAY, AUG. 28, 2007
Editor: K.C. Meadows, 468-3526 The Ukiah Daily Journal email@example.com
The world briefly
chronicling of the killings,
kidnappings and torture of FUNERAL NOTICES
civilians in war-scarred
Chechnya had angered the [\ Redwood Valley, Keith Ford of Ukiah, also sur-
Kremlin and the Moscow- vived by 11 great-grandchildren. Marvin was
backed Chechen leadership. preceded in death by his beloved wife of 62
Attorney General politicians applauded goals set
down in an agreement ham- But he said that only some- years of 9 months Lorraine Ford, his fathers
Gonzales resigns mered out by the country’s top one living outside Russia and mother, 4 brothers and one infant great-
leaders under intense would have an interest in grandson.
WASHINGTON (AP) — American pressure but killing Politkovskaya, with Friends are invited to attend Funeral
Attorney General Alberto expressed doubt Monday that the aim of discrediting Services at The Eversole Mortuary on
Gonzales’ resignation the U.S.-backed prime minis- President Vladimir Putin and Wednesday August 29, 2007 beginning at 2:00
Monday after months of ter would actually see them destabilizing the country PM with burial to follow at the Russian River
draining controversy drew through. ahead of national elections. MARVIN DALE FORD Cemetery. Pastor Maynard Schulz will offici-
expressions of relief from Prime Minister Nouri al- The prosecutor appeared to Marvin Dale Ford, a Redwood Valley resi- ate. Marvin’s family prefers memorial dona-
Republicans and a vow from Maliki and four other senior be referring to tycoon Boris dent, age 91, died in a local hospital in Ukiah tions be made to the Redwood Valley-Calpella
Democrats to pursue their leaders declared Sunday they Berezovsky, a former Kremlin on Thursday August 23, 2007. Marvin had Fire Department.
investigation into fired federal had reached a consensus on a insider who is one of Putin’s been a section hand on the North Western Arrangements under the care of The
prosecutors. number of issues, including fiercest critics and lives in Pacific Railroad and also worked at Hollow Eversole Mortuary.
President Bush, Gonzales’ freeing detainees held without Britain, where he has refugee Tree Lumber Company and the Masonite
most dogged defender, told charge, easing the ban on for- status. Lumber Company. He was very proud of his [\
reporters he had accepted the mer Saddam Hussein support- ranching story writing and having served his
SILAS DALE DOAME 1938-2007
resignation reluctantly. “His ers in government posts, regu- 3 NYC fire officials country during WWII in the US Army. He will
be remembered for being a dedicated husband, Dale left us to join the lord on August 6,
good name was dragged lating the oil industry and
through the mud for political holding provincial elections. reassigned after father, grandfather and father-in-law. Marvin’s 2007 at the age 69. At his request there will be
no services. A memorial will be held at a later
reasons,” Bush said. No details were released, blaze in tower favorite quote was “I have always learned more
time. His is survived by his wife Pat, sons
The president named Paul and most measures require by listening than by talking”.
Clement, the solicitor general, parliamentary approval. He is survived by his daughters Judith L. Arlan Doame, Silas Doame and David Upton.
NEW YORK (AP) — Six grandchildren, two great grandchildren,
as a temporary replacement. But in a step toward imple- Three senior fire officials Ford, Jaunita L. Schlieder, husband Ron &
With less than 18 months menting the deal, U.S. and daughter Marvis G. Ford & son James B. Ford, siblings Dorothy Johnson of Ukiah, Junita
responsible for inspecting the Cabe of Lebeon Oregon and Eleanor Anderson
remaining in office, there was Iraqi officials announced that condemned skyscraper where wife Carol, sister Olive Francis of Rio Vista,
no indication when Bush coalition forces would brothers William Jewel Ford and John Henry of Ukiah, and numerous nieces and nephews.
two firefighters died were He was a mechanic by trade and was very tal-
would name a successor — or increase the number of stripped of their commands Ford, grandchildren Kimberly Gusto of N.C.,
how quickly or easily the detainees released during the Brenda Patten of Santa Rosa, Tamara Walter of ented and creative in many fields. He will be
and reassigned Monday, and greatly missed by all. Memorial services will
Senate might confirm one. Islamic holy month of the Fire Department ordered Santa Rosa, Ronald D. Harder of Reno, Kelly
Apart from the president, Ramadan, which begins next Ford of Redwood Valley, Kevin Ford of be held September 2, 2007, 10 a.m. at Todd
intensive inspections of build- Grove Park.
there were few Republican month. ings under demolition.
expressions of regret follow- Mayor Michael Bloomberg
ing the departure of the
nation’s first Hispanic attor-
Helicopters sent also announced that a prelimi- POLICE REPORTS Young, 23, of Ukiah, was
nary investigation indicated booked into jail on suspicion Those arrested by law enforcement
ney general, a man once to save that careless smoking by con- The following were of driving while under the officers are innocent until proven guilty.
People reported as having been arrest-
hailed as the embodiment of Greek villagers struction workers started the compiled from reports influence at 1:42 a.m. ed may contact the Daily Journal once
the American Dream. deadly Aug. 18 fire at the for- prepared by the Ukiah Saturday. their case has been concluded so the
“Our country needs a cred- ATHENS, Greece (AP) — mer Deutsche Bank building, Police Department. To BOOKED -- Michael results can be reported. Those who feel
the information is in error should con-
ible, effective attorney general Firefighters rushed helicopters which was heavily damaged anonymously report Peterson, 24, of Ukiah, was tact the appropriate agency. In the case
who can work with Congress and buses Monday to evacuate in the Sept. 11 attacks and was crime information, call booked into jail on suspicion of those arrested on suspicion of dri-
on critical issues,” said Sen. more than two dozen villages being dismantled and cleaned 463-6205. of driving while under the ving under the influence of an intoxi-
cant: all DUI cases reported by law
John Sununu of New threatened by towering walls of toxic debris floor by floor. ARREST -- Andrew Faber, influence at 10:35 a.m. enforcement agencies are reported by
Hampshire, who last March of flames that had killed 63 Two firefighters died of age and hometown unknown, Saturday. the newspaper. The Daily Journal makes
was the first GOP lawmaker to people while ravaging swaths cardiac arrest while trying to was arrested on suspicion of BOOKED -- Enrique no exceptions.
call on Gonzales to step down. of forest and farmland in battle that blaze. burglary and possession of Rodriguez, 44, of Salinas, was
“Alberto Gonzales’ resigna- stolen property in 1100 block booked into jail on suspicion
tion will finally allow a new
Greece’s worst wildfire disas-
ter in memory.
After the fire, the depart-
ment acknowledged that it did of Airport Park Boulevard at of driving while under the
attorney general to take on Four days of devastating not have a plan in place to 2:28 p.m. Sunday. influence and unlawful to The Ukiah Daily Journal reserves this
this task.” blazes from the northern bor- fight fire at the tower and that drive at 1:31 p.m. Saturday. space to correct errors or make clarifications
to news articles. Significant errors in obitu-
der with Albania to the south- it had not inspected the build- BOOKED -- Jared ary notices or birth announcements will
Michael Vick ern island of Crete unnerved ing’s standpipe system, which SHERIFF’S REPORTS Strickland, 26, of Willits, was result in reprinting the entire article. Errors
may be reported to the editor, 468-3526.
apologizes, vows to and angered Greeks, drawing connects fire hoses to its water The following were booked into jail on suspicion
strong criticism of the govern- supply, in over a year, even compiled from reports of battery and preventing a
redeem himself ment’s response and setting though it should have done so peace officer from completing
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — off widespread suspicions and every 15 days. Inspectors
County his duty at 1:48 a.m. Sunday. LOTTERY NUMBERS
Looking somber and speaking finger-pointing. found pieces of the standpipe Sheriff’s Office: BOOKED -- Ronald DAILY 3: Afternoon: 7, 8,
“from the heart,” Michael The government, which disconnected in the tower’s BOOKED -- Michael Hudson, 41, of Kelseyville,
declared a state of emergency, basement. 5. Evening: 0, 0, 8.
Vick apologized Monday for Wertz, 22, of Fort Bragg, was was booked into jail on suspi- FANTASY 5: 10, 15, 16,
“using bad judgment and implied the destruction could Commissioner Nicholas booked into jail on suspicion cion of driving while under
be part of an orchestrated Scoppetta on Monday ordered 20, 26.
making bad decisions” and of reckless driving and assault the influence, violating condi-
vowed to redeem himself after campaign of arson. But envi- deputy chiefs to inspect all tions of probation and driving DAILY DERBY: 1st: 11
with a deadly weapon at 12:07
pleading guilty to a federal ronmental experts expressed buildings in their divisions a.m. Saturday. with suspended privileges at Money Bags; 2nd: 07
dogfighting charge. skepticism. that are under construction or BOOKED -- Michael 7:49 a.m. Sunday. Eureka; 3rd: 06 Whirl Win.
“First I want to apologize People used garden hoses, demolition and to review all
for all the things that I’ve buckets, tin cans and branches plans to fight fires at every
done and that I have allowed in desperate — and sometimes building in their area. Most of the cardiac arrests But not every school has slipped in July for a fifth
to happen,” the star quarter- futile — attempts to beat back at schools between 1990 to the money for a defibrillator, straight month stirred con-
back said at a news confer- flames and save their homes Defibrillators in 2005 involved adults — which each cost an average of cerns about the strength of the
ence following his appearance and livelihoods. teachers, volunteers or people $1,000 to $3,000, not includ- economy.
in U.S. District Court to for- Frightened people called schools may not be just walking on school proper- ing the cost to train school Sales of existing homes
mally enter the plea. television stations pleading worth the cost ty. And they occurred much staff, he said. They decided to slowed to their most sluggish
Sentencing was set for Dec. for help from the beleaguered more often in high schools do the study after several pace in nearly five years,
fire service, and helicopters or SEATTLE (AP) — A and middle schools than ele- states mandated the purchase while home prices fell for a
10 and Vick could be sent to nationwide push to put
prison for one to five years. vehicles were sent to several mentary schools. of defibrillators for schools record 12th straight month.
villages to evacuate threat- portable defibrillators in every “I certainly have no objec- and others were considering The National Association of
Vick was suspended indefi- school, a response to several
nitely by the NFL last week. ened residents, although some tion to AEDs (automated similar measures, he said. Realtors reported that existing
insisted on staying to fight the high-profile student deaths, external defibrillators),” said home sales slipped by 0.2 per-
In Atlanta, the Falcons said may not be worth the cost, a
they would not cut Vick flames.
new study concludes.
one of the researchers, Dr. Stocks fall, cent in July to a seasonally
Tom Rea, of the University of adjusted annual rate of 5.75
immediately because of
salary-cap issues. The team Russians: 10 The survey of emergency Washington’s Harborview mirror home sales million units. Inventories rose
response to schools in the Medical Center. He’s also NEW YORK (AP) — Wall 5.1 percent to a record 4.59
intends to pursue the $22 mil- arrested in Seattle area over 16 years Street pulled back Monday,
lion in bonus money that he medical director for King million units.
journalist killing found that students suffered County Medic One, the coun- losing momentum from last The stock market’s pull-
already received in a record cardiac arrests only 12 times week’s gains after news that
$130 million contract signed ty’s emergency medical ser- back perhaps wasn’t unex-
and a third of these children vice. sales of existing homes pected given last week’s rally.
in 2004. MOSCOW (AP) — Under had known heart problems.
“We cannot tell you today pressure to solve the contract-
that Michael is cut from the style killing of journalist and
team,” owner Arthur Blank Kremlin critic Anna Bankruptcy?
said. “It may feel better emo-
tionally for us and many of
Politkovskaya, Russia’s chief
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Pain medicine use up 90 percent
By FRANK BASS
DR. GOTT The Associated Press
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. -
By Peter H. Gott, MD People in the United States are liv-
ing in a world of pain and they are
popping pills at an alarming rate to
cope with it.
The amount of five major
Plantar fasciitis painkillers sold at retail establish-
ments rose 90 percent between
makes mornings 1997 and 2005, according to an
Associated Press analysis of statis-
tics from the Drug Enforcement
very painful Administration.
More than 200,000 pounds of
codeine, morphine, oxycodone,
DEAR DR. GOTT: I have pain on the soles hydrocodone and meperidine were
of my feet when I get up in the morning. It is so purchased at retail stores during the
painful it is difficult to stand on them. When I’m most recent year represented in the
up for five to 10 minutes, it subsides. My hus- data. That total is enough to give
band said it’s part of aging and arthritis. I’m 60 more than 300 milligrams of
years old, but by today’s standards, I’m young. painkillers to every person in the
Also I’m very active. I’m overweight. Would country.
it help to lose it? Oxycodone, the chemical used in
DEAR READER: Weight loss would OxyContin, is responsible for most
undoubtedly help your foot pain, the cause of of the increase. Oxycodone use
which sounds like plantar fasciitis. Check with a jumped nearly six-fold between
podiatrist for more specific therapy. 1997 and 2005. The drug gained
DEAR DR. GOTT: Could you please address notoriety as “hillbilly heroin,” often
in your column what a 75-year-old woman
should do when her bladder sags into the vaginal bought and sold illegally in
canal and bulges through the vaginal opening and Appalachia. But its highest rates of
the condition is worsening? Frequent urination is sale now occur in places such as paigns. Spending on drug market- scription painkillers because the home to 350,000 people but sees
also a problem. suburban St. Louis, Columbus, ing has gone from $11 billion in medications are more available. more than 14 million tourists annu-
DEAR READER: You appear to have a com- Ohio, and Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 1997 to nearly $30 billion in 2005, The vast majority of people with ally, drawn to its warm water, golf
mon disorder called uterine prolapse. As the The world of pain extends congressional investigators found. prescriptions use the drugs safely. courses and shopping.
uterus sags down, the bladder, which is situated beyond big cities and involves more Profit margins among the leading But the number of emergency room During the eight-year period
slightly in front and lower than the uterus, is than oxycodone. companies routinely have been visits from painkiller abuse has reflected in government figures,
pushed down into the vaginal opening. In Appalachia, retail sales of three and four times higher than in increased more than 160 percent oxycodone distribution increased
Resuspending the uterus into a more normal hydrocodone - sold mostly as other Fortune 500 industries. since 1995, according to the gov- 800 percent in the area of Myrtle
position using a pessary is common practice. Vicodin - are the highest in the • A major change in pain man- ernment. Beach, partly due to a campaign by
Severe cases may require surgery. I recommend nation. Nine of the 10 areas with the agement philosophy is now in its • Spooked by high-profile arrests Purdue Pharmaceuticals of
that you see a gynecologist, who can insert a pes- highest per-capita sales are in most- third decade. Doctors who once and prosecutions by state and feder- Stamford, Conn. The privately held
sary -- a plastic ring. Once your uterus is back in ly rural parts of West Virginia, advised patients that pain is part of al authorities, many pain-manage- company has pleaded guilty to lying
place, your bladder should return to normal and Kentucky or Tennessee. the healing process began reversing ment specialists now say they offer to patients, physicians and federal
your urinary frequency should cease. Suburbs are not immune to the course in the early 1980s; most now guidance and support to patients but regulators about the addictive
To give you related information, I am sending explosion. see pain management as an impor- will not write prescriptions, even for nature of the drug.
you copies of my Health Reports “Bladder and While retail sales of codeine tant ingredient in overcoming ill- the sickest people. The increase in Use of other drugs soared in the
Urinary Tract Infections” and “Vaginal Infections have fallen by one-quarter since ness. painkiller retail sales continues to area, too: Hydrocodone use
and Disorders.” Other readers who would like a 1997, some of the highest rates of Retired Staff Sgt. James rise, but only barely. There was a increased 217 percent; morphine
copy should send a long, self-addressed, stamped sales are in communities around Fernandez, 54, of Fredericksburg, 150 percent increase in volume in distribution went up 180 percent;
envelope and $2 for each report to Newsletter, Kansas City, Mo., and Nashville, Va., survived two helicopter crashes 2001. Four years later, the year-to- even meperidine, most commonly
PO Box 167, Wickliffe, OH 44092. Be sure to Tenn., and on New York’s Long and Gulf War Syndrome over 20 year increase was barely 2 percent. sold as Demerol, jumped 20 per-
mention the title(s). Island. years in the Marine Corps. He • People who desperately need cent.
DEAR DR. GOTT: Both baby aspirin and The DEA figures analyzed by remains disabled from his service- strong painkillers are forced to drive It is no small wonder that federal
omega-3 fish-oil capsules have been determined the AP include nationwide sales and related injuries and takes the equiv- a long way - often to a different authorities suspected the area was
to be helpful in blood thinning and the prevention distribution of drugs by hospitals, alent of nine painkillers containing state - to find doctors willing to pre- home to a notorious “pill mill,” or a
of clots. Is it safe to take both? retail pharmacies, doctors and oxycodone every day. scribe high doses of medicine. clinic that dispenses prescription
DEAR READER: I was not aware that fish teaching institutions. Federal inves- “It’s made a difference,” he said. Siobhan Reynolds, the widow of a medication without verifying that
oil affects blood coagulation. In my experience, it tigators study the same data trying “I still have bad days, but it’s under New Mexico patient who needed it’s needed.
is usually used to lower blood cholesterol levels. to identify illegal prescription pat- control.” large amounts of painkillers for a The U.S. attorney for South
Baby aspirin, on the other hand, decreases the terns. Such stories should hearten long- connective tissue disorder, said she Carolina secured a 58-count indict-
stickiness of platelets, the tiny blood cells that An AP investigation found these time advocates of wider painkiller routinely drove her late husband to ment in June 2002 against seven
form the basis of blood clots. reasons for the increase: use, such as Russell Portenoy, head see an accommodating doctor in physicians and one employee of the
The two nonprescription compounds can be • The population is getting older. of New York’s Beth Israel pain Oklahoma. Comprehensive Care and Pain
taken together safely. To my knowledge, they do As age increases, so does the need management department. But they Perhaps no place illustrates the Management Center, a nondescript
not interact. have not. trends and consequences for the storefront on Myrtle Beach’s main
To give you related information, I am sending for pain medications. In 2000, there
were 35 million people older than “I’m concerned and many peo- world of pain better than Myrtle drag.
you a copy of my Health Report “Blood -- ple are concerned,” he said, “that Beach, a sprawling community of Tipped off by local pharmacists
Donations and Disorders.” Other readers who 65. By 2020, the Census Bureau
would like a copy should send a long, self- estimates the number of elderly in the pendulum is swinging too far strip malls, hotels and bars perched concerned about an increase in the
addressed, stamped envelope and $2 to the U.S. will reach 54 million. back.” along a 60-mile strip of sand on the volume of painkiller prescriptions,
Newsletter, PO Box 167, Wickliffe, OH 44092. • Drugmakers have embarked on Consider: Atlantic Ocean. The metro area,
Be sure to mention the title. unprecedented marketing cam- • More people are abusing pre- which includes three counties, is See PAIN, Page 5
HEALTH CALENDAR Taking the pledge
the appearance related side effects of can- Carolyn Madole, 463-0261.
cert treatment. This is a free class offered by T.O.P.S.: Low-cost, non-profit group meets
the American Cancer Society at 115 E, every Tuesday at Autumn Leaves, 425 E.
Smith St. in Ukiah. For more information, Gobbi St., in the community room. Weigh-
call 462-7642 ext. 3. in is from 5:30 to 6:15 p.m. Meeting is from The pledge is all the
ALANON: Family and friends of alco- Low Vision Support Group: 10 to 11:30 6:15 p.m. to 7:15 p.m.; Linda MacDonald, thing; apparently, everyone’s
holics; 5:30 p.m. on Mondays, noon on a.m.; Fourth Monday; at Henny Penny 467-2391. doing it.
Tuesdays, noon on Fridays and 10:30 on Resteraunt, 687 S. Orchard Ave., Ukiah; T.O.P.S.: Every Thursday at Washington Searching the Internet, I
Saturdays; Calvary Baptist Church, 465 open to local seniors; call 523-3222 discovered 7,570,000 entries
Luce Ave.; 463-1867 or 621-2721. Mutual Building community room, 700 S.
NAMI: (National Alliance for the Mentally State St.; meeting is from 8:30 to 10:30 for “Take the Pledge.” As
Alateen: Meets Thursdays 8 to 9 p.m.; Ill Family Support Group) first and third examples, one can abandon
Calvary Baptist Church, 465 Luce Ave., a.m.; it is a low-cost, weight-reduction sup-
Wednesdays,6:30 p.m.; call 972-9040, 485- port group; call 462-4901 or 485-7801. old-fashioned round light
enter at east side back door; 463-1867 or 8033, or 467-9116 for location and informa- bulbs in favor of newer CFL
621-2721. T.O.P.S.: Every Friday at the Meadows
tion. Nami is an organization dedicated to Mobile Court clubhouse, 8686 East Road, curly neon bulbs by taking
Alcoholics Anonymous: Daily; call 462- improving the lives of people with brain dis- the “Energy Star Pledge.”
7123, www.aaukiah.org. Redwood Valley; weigh-in is from 9:30 to
orers by providing mutal support,education 11 a.m.; meeting is from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.; According to their website,
Breastfeeding Support Group: meets sec- and advocacy.
ond Wednesday from 10:30 a.m. to noon call 485-8260 or 485-1238. 549,033 bulbs have
Multiple Sclerosis Self-help Group: replaced! I’m a little con-
and fourth Wednesday from 10:30 a.m. to People with multiple sclerosis can take one Ukiah Community Center Crisis Line:
noon; Mendocino County Public Health – Need help? Call 463-help (4357) or 1 (800) cerned about that count
WIC office, 1120 S. Dora; Tess O’Connell,
more step toward ending effects of MS at
the Ukiah group; sponsored by the National 575-help (4357). however. For instance, if a
bulb burns out, do they sub-
472-2739. Ukiah Diabetes Education: The Diabetes
Celebrate Recovery: Christ-centered 12-
step recovery; Fridays at Trinity Baptist
MS Society; 7 p.m.; second Tuesday.
Men’s Cancer Support Group: Group on Education Group; 7 p.m.; second Monday; tract one from the count?
summer hiatus, call for one-on-one with 463-7698. By Scott Marcus
Church Hall, South Dora Street and Luce Ukiah Valley Blood Center/Blood requests we take an “End
Ave, 6 p.m. fellowship dinner; 7 p.m. teach- staff. A supportive place to share your can- the Stroke Pledge.” I cannot
cer experience; second and fourth Centers of the Pacific: Mondays, 9 a.m. to knowing.
ing/testimony; 8 p.m. men and women’s 4:30 p.m.; Tuesdays, 10 a.m. to 5 pm.; envisage anyone in favor of I even stumbled across a
small group sharing; 9 p.m. dessert/solid Wednesdays of each month; 6 to 7:30 p.m.; strokes, but question the
at their new offices at 590 S. Dora St.; Thursdays, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; 620 Kings Ct., group dedicated to improv-
rock cafe. Babysitting provided. For more Suite 110; make appointment, donate, necessity of having to swear ing our planet’s atmosphere
information call 462-6535. Mendocino Cancer Resource Center; 467-
3828. schedule blood drive at workplace; 1 (888) allegiance publicly to ending by asking cows to pledge to
Childbirth classes: Learn about nutrition them. Then again, I guess it stop passing gas. How
during pregnancy , preparing for childbirth, Narcotics Anonymous: Meetings through- 393-GIVE.
out county; 485-9110. Weight-loss Surgery Support Group: cannot be harmful. Count would one know if a cow
breastfeeding and infant safety. Thursdays, me in. made such a commitment;
6 to 8 p.m., 333 Laws Ave., in Ukiah, 472- New Life Workshop: Do you need help Free, open to the public, Gastric Reduction
managing your weight? Noon to 1 p.m. Duodenal Switch (GRDS) support and One over-the-counter beyond that, who would be
4603. medicine asks us to pledge
Community Healing Clinic: 20- to 30- Thursdays; Salvation Army, 714 A S. State information group; Central Valley responsible for monitoring
St., Ukiah; 468-9577. Bariatrics; 1st Friday; 6 p.m.; Bartlett Hall, to create “germ-free defense the contract? That would
minute sessions on a walk-in basis with a zones” while also pledging
variety of health practitioners; Second Overeaters Anonymous: In Ukiah – Ukiah Senior Center complex, 499 Leslie seem a rather unpleasant
Tuesday of each month, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.; Mondays at 5:30 p.m.; Saturdays at 11 a.m.; Street, Ukiah; e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org. to use their hand sanitizer. assignment.
Full Cirlce Wellness Resource Center, 530 270 N. Pine St.; 472-4747. Meets in Willits Weight Watchers: Redwood Valley Personally, I think that’s two So, in the interest of bet-
S. Main St. in Ukiah; 463-0777; www.full- on Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m. at Willits Weight Watchers meet at the Redwood pledges. It’s also a little con- ter dieting, I have devised -
circlewellness.org. United Methodist Church, School and Pine Valley Cafe and are hosted by Redwood fusing; as illustration, am I your guess it - a pledge. Put
Council on Domestic Violence: First Streets, upstairs; No dues or weigh-ins, Valley Fitness on 9620 N. State St. Their in violation if I eradicate down any tempting sweets,
Wednesday, 1:30 to 3 p.m., Public Health everyone is welcome; 459-4594. leader is Laurel of Ukiah Weight Watchers. germs but use another prod- raise your right hand, and
Department, 1120 S. Dora St., Conference Sweet Success: The California Diabetes For more information, call 485-5696. uct? I am not skilled in begin:
Room 198, in Ukiah except for May and and Pregnancy Program; support for special Women’s Cancer Support Group: A sup- pledge-construction but do In the interest of better
October, which will be held at 10-Mile pregnancies in which women have diabetes; portive place to share your cancer experi- believe well worded pledges health, I (fill in your name)
Court, 700 S. Franklin St. in Fort Bragg, planning pregnancy or are pregnant, need ence; first and third Tuesday of each month; are devoid of loopholes. hereby pledge to…
472-2699. extra support; 463-7527. noon to 1 p.m.; at their new offices at 590 S. A dedicated cluster of • Forgo all sugars and
La Leche League: Breastfeeding group; Tantalizing Tuesdays: Series of health Dora St.; Mendocino Cancer Resource Macintosh computer users artificial sweeteners, eating
meets second Tuesday, various times; related evening discussions; First and third Center; 467-3828. requests others not boot only unprocessed, fresh,
Nursery Room at Presbyterian Church, cor- Tuesdays; Full Cirlce Wellness Resource their computers into the non-packaged foods
ner of S. Dora and W. Perkins; Margaret If you -– or the organization that you repre-
Center, 530 S. Main St. in Ukiah; from 6:30 sent –- change a phone number, an address, Windows operating plat- • Engage the services of a
Turano, 468-9587. to 8:30 p.m.; 463-0777; www.fullcirclewell- form. I use a Macintosh. I personal trainer who will
Look Good Fell Better: Classes are from ness.org. or any information in this calendar, please
call at the Ukiah Daily Journal at 468- didn’t even know I could ensure that I wake up three
10 a.m. to noon on the second Monday of T.O.P.S.: (Take off pounds sensibly): Meets boot into Windows. Maybe I
each month. This program pairs women 3520, or e-mail us at hours earlier, meditate
from 9:15 to 10:30 a.m., every Tuesday, at took that pledge without
with licensed cosmetologists to eliminate Calvary Baptist Church, 465 Luce Ave; email@example.com. See STRIVING, Page 9
4 – TUESDAY, AUG. 28, 2007
Editor: K.C. Meadows, 468-3526 The Ukiah Daily Journal firstname.lastname@example.org
Letters from our readers
From the desk of ....
doesn’t endorse boycott
To the Editor:
Times have been lean for Plowshares’ RUBEN NAVARRETTE JR.
Community Dining Room and Meals-on-
Wheels programs since FoodMaxx recent-
ly discontinued its donations of sell-by-
date meat, vegetables and other fresh food.
Plowshares has been in discussion with
SaveMart headquarters (owners of
FoodMaxx) in hopes that they will reverse
Plowshares is not encouraging anyone only choice here
to boycott or picket the local store, as the When I heard that federal immigration agents had
local management is not responsible for arrested and deported Elvira Arellano, a 32-year-old
this decision, and such actions could nega- Mexican citizen who brazenly broke our laws and all
tively affect the outcome of current discus- but dared U.S. authorities to do anything about it, I
sions with higher-level management. At wondered what the reaction would be from the
this point we are simply asking people to
write to Frank Capps, Save Mart National Council of La Raza.
Supermarkets, P.O. Box 4278, Modesto, Days before, I had received an angry phone call
CA 95352, or pick up self-mailing com- from NCLR President Janet Murguia, accusing me of
ment cards at any FoodMaxx checkout taking a “cheap shot” by implying in a column that the
line, and let them know that you hope they organization supported open borders because it
will resume nonprofit food donations in opposed a plan by the Bush administration to target
Ukiah to feed the homeless, disabled employers of illegal immigrants. Murguia insisted that
seniors and others in need and crisis. the NCLR supports enforcement and she pointed to its
Fresh, healthy, local sustenance recently lobbying for the Senate compromise which, she
arrived via the Redwood Empire Fair in reminded me, had an enforcement component.
the form of four lambs donated by
Friedman’s Home Improvement, and two
goats from Savings Bank of Mendocino
It’s partisanship, not ‘reform’ Yet I’ve never heard Murguia, or anyone at NCLR,
say a positive word about a specific enforcement mea-
sure. I thought I’d give them the chance with the
County. Jake Fetzer of Masút also gave us Why we need Arellano case. So I called and left a message.
Another voice BY REP. MIKE THOMPSON
several cases of organic beef. With their
help, and by cutting back on meat, cheese to stop the As the son of a cop, I’d call this case a slam-dunk.
Arellano entered the country illegally a decade ago,
and vegetables while making the best pos- Republican was deported, re-entered illegally, and then defied a
sible use of dry and canned protein sources
and the abundant if temporary fruit of electoral initiative second deportation order by holing up for months in a
August, we have been keeping people fed. Though it hasn’t yet hit than John Kerry got for win- But if the goal is to get the Chicago church. Then she took an ego trip by going on
But these donations won’t last for long, the streets and shopping ning Illinois or candidates to campaign in a national tour in support of illegal immigrants.
and the need is ongoing. malls, a prominent Pennsylvania. California, the simplest way Finally, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
We are asking the local community to Republican lawyer in In other words, it’s a to accomplish it is to elimi- nabbed her in Los Angeles. Now her tour is canceled,
help Plowshares find untapped food Sacramento recently submit- clever partisan maneuver nate the electoral college and she is in Tijuana.
sources. We are in a prime position to put ted to the Attorney General a designed to appear like altogether. Since California Good. It’s a shame that Arellano will be separated
kitchen-quality meat, dairy or produce to potentially explosive initia- “reform,” while ensuring the has more voters than any from her 8-year-old son, Saulito, who was born in the
extraordinarily good use! If it’s more than tive that could guarantee election of Republican pres- state, candidates will have to U.S. and is thus a citizen. But the pain is her doing. She
we need, we share it with other programs Republican control of the idential candidates. campaign here. knew the risks and yet she put her son’s welfare in
feeding the hungry. Please bring us your White House for the next The Republicans even Direct popular elections jeopardy, not just by being an illegal immigrant but a
surplus garden vegetables, buy an extra generation. think they’ve figured out would give California voters conspicuous one at that.
chunk of cheddar when you shop, or go The measure, benignly how to make this little stink- a lot more say in choosing This sad tale illustrates the sense of entitlement
through your freezer (no frozen, canned or entitled the “Presidential bomb smell good. They our president. After all,
dry foods older than one year, please!). among those who refuse to follow our rules and then
Election Reform Act,” argue it will force presiden- under the electoral college
Plowshares accepts food donations at 150 tial candidates to campaign system, a California voter make up their own. That’s ironic given that it is a dif-
would radically change the ferent sort of entitlement that helps draw people here
Luce Ave. in Ukiah, Monday through way California counts its in California because they has significantly less elec-
Friday only, 8am-2pm. For large frozen can’t take the state – which toral clout than a voter in in the first place -- the entitlement that some
electoral votes in presiden- Americans feel they have to turn up their noses at jobs
donations, please call first: 462-8582. tial elections. has reliably voted for the less populous states.
Our deepest thanks to the community Democrat in the last four California has more than that wind up being done by illegal immigrants.
In order to get elected
that has shared its bounty with the less for- President, you need 270 presidential elections -- for 650,000 people for every My hard line may surprise some. A lot of people
tunate through Plowshares for nearly a electoral votes. With 55, granted. electoral vote. In Wyoming, wrongly assume that I support illegal immigration.
quarter-century! California has far more than That sounds good – and though, there is one electoral Half the reason comes from my positions -- in favor of
Mary Buckley any other state in the nation. it’s the same logic that led vote per 168,000 people. comprehensive immigration reform, or against
Plowshares Executive Director the Legislature to move up If the goal is to get rid of Minutemen vigilantes. The other half comes from rank
Ukiah To put it in perspective,
California alone has more the date of the presidential the “winner take all” system racism, the assumption by some that I want a fluid bor-
Make child health electoral votes than most of primary to February 8 next used in California, let’s get der because, as a Mexican-American, I’m leading a
a priority the rest of the western states year. But it’s a smokescreen. rid of it everywhere. That’s reconquista (reconquest) of the Southwest or trying to
combined – Alaska, Arizona, The fact is, people have the only fair way to do it. bring in my relatives.
To the Editor: Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, been unhappy with the elec- But the hidden agenda of Don’t laugh. One reader wrote: “Your picture looks
It is important for the legislature to put New Mexico, Oregon and toral college for a long time. the proponents of the as if you are Hispanic. Your name sounds Hispanic.
politics aside and enact a budget that will Washington. Since 1889 there have been Presidential Election You think and act like a Hispanic. You write like a
appropriately provide for our children’s Instead of the “winner nearly 600 proposed consti- Reform Act isn’t fairness.
health care. Doing so will allow them to Hispanic. And you espouse Hispanic views over and
take all” method that cur- tutional amendments on the It’s not even to increase above American views. Therefore, I can only assume
focus on passing legislation this year that rently awards all 55 subject of the electoral col- California’s clout in the
ensures every child in Sonoma, that you are Hispanic and not American.”
California electors to the lege introduced in Congress presidential election process. Actually, I’m both. Just like my Irish or Italian pals
Mendocino, and Lake counties and – more than on any other Their goal is to ensure
California has access to health coverage presidential candidate who in Boston, I refuse to choose. And I’ll tell you what
receives the most votes, this subject. partisan Republican control
and preventive care. In Sonoma and Following Richard of the White House. It may they’d tell you: Deal with it.
Mendocino counties, we are solving this Republican proposal would My call to the NCLR was returned by Vice
give just two electoral votes Nixon’s narrow, 500,000- even be to continue the ill-
problem with the Healthy Kids initiatives, vote win in 1968, a proposed conceived and disastrously President Cecilia Munoz, the group’s point person on
but these programs need help from the to the top vote-getter. The
constitutional amendment managed war in Iraq. immigration and someone with whom I often agree.
state to be able to insure every child. other 53 electors would be
given to the winning candi- calling for direct popular So beware the next time Munoz began by insisting again that NCLR isn’t
As the saying goes, an ounce of preven- elections passed the House, you see one of those friendly opposed to enforcement. What concerns her, she said,
tion is worth a pound of cure. Preventive date in each of California’s
53 congressional districts. but failed in the Senate. paid signature gatherers on is that there doesn’t seem to be any rhyme or reason to
care, immunizations and basic check-ups More recently, there was the street. Read the fine our immigration strategy and so this arrest smells of
help identify or prevent problems before What would be the result
of this modest-sounding a lot of talk about reforming print. Ask questions. Then red meat for the anti-immigration mob.
they get serious and more costly. Indeed, the electoral college after the keep on walking. The best “We have questions about whether going after peo-
every dollar spent on childhood immuniza- change? Well, in the 2004
tions saves $13 down the road. election, George Bush was highly controversial 2000 way to stop the Republicans’ ple one at a time ultimately has much of a payoff in
Californians are already paying for chil- the top vote-getter in 22 presidential election, when latest cynical ploy is to keep terms of effectiveness,” she said. “What’s the strategy
dren who don’t have health insurance Congressional districts in George Bush became the it from getting on the ballot. behind our immigration enforcement? Are we trying to
because those children use the emergency California. That means he first president in 112 years to Mike Thompson repre- round up everyone and send them out? Because if that
room as a last resort. Yet emergency room would have gotten more lose the popular vote, but sents California’s 1st is our policy, then we’re going to fail.”
care is the most expensive way to provide electoral votes in California win in the electoral college. Congressional District. Then there is Saulito. According to Munoz, the boy
health care. Covering uninsured kids makes this story emblematic of a larger problem -- sep-
would save all of us taxpayers money by arating families.
preventing health problems from getting
more serious and costly.
WHERE TO WRITE “We’re not just sort of levitating people out of the
country with no impact,” she said. “We should be mak-
Legislators should listen to the 82 per- President George Bush: The White www.house.gov/write rep ing deliberate judgments about what our immigration
cent of California voters who think that all priorities are, and I’m not sure that going after workers
children should have health care. It must House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washing- Assemblywoman Patty Berg: State
ton, D.C. 20500; (202) 456-1111, FAX who are also parents is our most effective strategy. It’s
happen this year. Our kids can’t wait any Assembly District 1, Capitol, Rm. 2137, certainly not a cost-free strategy.”
longer. (202)456-2461. Sacramento, 95814. (916) 319-2001;
Walter E. Collins Or a humane one.
Governor Arnold Schwarzeneg- Santa Rosa, 576-2526; FAX, Santa Rosa, “It is really very upsetting to see parents torn away
President and CEO ger: State Capitol, Sacramento, 95814.
United Way of Sonoma-Mendocino- 576-2297. Berg's field representative in from their children,” she said. “And you wonder: If
(916) 445-2841; FAX (916)445-4633 Ukiah office located at 311 N. State St, this is our enforcement strategy, what kind of country
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HEALTH TUESDAY, AUG. 28, 2007 – 5
Food diaries: How they can help you lose weight
If you’ve ever been on a scious act to a conscious one. under; time of day, where, take with you. It is important name and you’ll get $5 off the
weight loss program, chances Food diaries provide a basis with whom, and activity. If to record throughout the day purchase price.
are someone has asked you to for planning changes, setting you think your main problem rather than relying on your Rather than thinking of a
keep a record of what you are goals, and monitoring is portions, then focus on memory at night. You can put food diary as a terrible chore
eating. When asking my own progress. Some people find, as weighing and measuring the above headings in your that you have been forced to
counseling clients to keep a in the above example, that everything you eat. If eating a notebook. You can also down- do, try to think of it as the key
food diary, I can anticipate minor changes can make a big more nutritious diet is what is load a diary form from my to freedom from yoyo dieting.
glazed-over eyes accompa- difference. Other people dis- important, then you might website: www.californiaw- With a food diary you can pin-
nied by tales of past failures cover that the simple act of want to precisely log the fat, inecountrydiet.com. Based on point exactly where your
and a variety of excuses for recording helps them lose sugar and other components the USDA Dietary Guidelines problems are and come up
not tackling this task. weight without their making of what you eat. Make the 2005, this form focuses on with a plan to deal with them.
I empathize completely! any other changes. food diary work for your nutrition and portions. You can also create your own
Keeping a food diary isn’t unique needs and situation. You can find a wide selec- diet based on the foods you
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and write down everything for
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forget our notebooks or go to a thing. your diary form wealth of nutritional informa- psychotherapist in private
keep a log of what you’ve • How much: Size, volume,
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sibly remember what we ate. weight, and number of items. There is no one correct way author of two books,
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Once the record-keeping pat- has become a regular habit. Choosing to Be Well: A
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in the area of weight manage- feeling before, during and
pound weight gain over the after eating?
ment upon which most experts past year might easily be due
agree. I hate to tell you this, to that one cup of Ben and
but they do agree that a food Jerry’s Wavy Gravy ice cream Personalize
diary is critical to weight loss which adds 680 calories to your food diary
success! your daily total. While you’re
Let’s look at why the If you’ve decided to try
keeping this diary you might keeping a food diary the next
experts have reached this con- also notice that you’re walk-
clusion and then explore ways question is: What is your pur-
ing only two days a week pose? If you’re just starting
to make you successful at rather than the four days a
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cream treat and walking more listed above. After that, focus
objective awareness of your might not be easy, but it could
food intake and patterns of on the area that most concerns
save you from continuing you. If your major issue is
eating. Perhaps you’ve put on weight gain and having to
ten pounds in the last year and emotional eating, you could
make drastic changes in the just log your moods and how
feel completely discouraged. future.
“There’s nothing I can do,” they relate to your eating pat-
Writing down what you eat terns. If your concern is more
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in my family gets fat after unconscious and habitual eat-
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Pain employee, Swaim believes his
wife was sentenced to two years
because she would not turn on
Other physicians were con-
cerned about patients with legit-
imate needs for painkillers. The
Continued from Page 3 her former colleagues. Even federal bust raised the stakes.
though Bordeaux had worked at When radio commentator
the federal investigation created the clinic less than two months Rush Limbaugh settled a feder-
a furor in the medical profes- and eventually sued over what al case charging him with ille-
sion. The owner, D. Michael she alleged was rampant gally obtaining painkillers, he
Woodward, was sentenced to 15 Medicare fraud, he said she did did not get prison time. Neither
years in the case and has relin- not stand a chance of avoiding did NFL star Brett Favre, who
quished his license. prison. publicly acknowledged an
A second physician, Deborah “She wasn’t guilty of any- addiction to Vicodin that he
Bordeaux, had worked at the thing, so she wasn’t going to obtained legally.
clinic less than two months plead to anything,” Swaim said. To pain management special-
before quitting in disgust. “She was absolutely railroaded, ists, they were being blamed for
Bordeaux, now serving a two- made an example of. I can’t tell everyone’s addiction.
year prison term, was threatened you how angry I am.” The DEA cites 108 prosecu-
with a 100-year sentence if she Myrtle Beach physicians are tions of physicians during the
did not help the prosecution. past four years; 83 pleaded
not convinced that the “Myrtle guilty or no contest, while 16
Officials with the Justice
Department and the DEA would Beach Eight,” as they became others were convicted by juries.
not discuss what some activists known, were innocent. A Myrtle Eight cases are pending, and
say is a “war on doctors.” Beach internist who also works one physician is being sought as
Reynolds, the widow who in addiction medicine, Brian a fugitive.
drove her late husband hundreds Adler, said physicians were
of miles for his pills, became an flooded with patients seeking
activist after the Myrtle Beach pain medicine after the clinic
was shut down. The community Rocking
indictments. She contributed Chairs
money to appeal some of the has a slightly higher-than-aver-
criminal convictions in South age number of older people and
Carolina and started the Pain relatively high numbers of peo- Gifts
Relief Network, an advocacy ple between 21 and 64 who Jewelry
organization for people living in describe themselves as disabled.
pain. She believes the doctors “There’s a significant prob-
sent to prison were railroaded. lem with narcotics in this area,” Torrone
“It was a witch hunt,” she Adler said. After the pain man-
said. agement clinic closed, “all those Italian Candy
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LOCAL Robert Schmidt claims the mini-stock “King of the Hill” Championship
CALENDAR by Curtis Clauson
Lakeport – Last Saturday,
wound up spinning out of the
cloud, and Reynolds and
THURSDAY AUGUST 30
the Lakeport Speedway host- Laird had to retire to the pits
Ukiah High School Boys Varsity/JV Soccer
against Ft. Bragg. Ukiah High Stadium, ed the last “King of the Hill with damage.
Challenge Series” to be held Presler and Barba led the
FRIDAY AUGUST 31
there this season. The last two restart as John Johnson joined
Ukiah High School Girls Varsity/JV Soccer
against St. Helena. Ukiah High Stadium,
races of this series will be held the field. Presler started with a
at the Ukiah Speedway. slight inside lead as Schmidt,
Calendar listings are from the most recent
schedules provided by the schools and Seventy cars in all five divi- Devries, Strugnell, and
organizations in our coverage area. Please
report schedule changes or incorrect list- sions ran on this warm sum- Partida had to dive inside a
ings to The Daily Journal Sports
Department at 468-3518. mer night on a track that many slow J. Aceves. Stanisloo
drivers reported was looser on stalled in turn two and, as the
the inside groove than the out- leaders scrambled to make it
COMMUNITY side. safely around, Barba gained
DIGEST In the last Mini Stock
points race of the season, the In lap 18, Schmidt tried to
leader Robert Schmidt of swing outside Presler on the
Rusty Bowl BMX backstretch but Presler drifted
open use hours Lucerne faced a daunting
challenge in a re-vitalized wide in turn three forcing
Open use hours began July 23 field of 15 cars. He aced out Schmidt to back off. As the
and will run through September leaders were about to lap
30, BMX racing will be on the two leaders in the last five
Sunday at a new time. laps of the race to claim both Hatfield, Presler, inside of
Registration will open from 5
the checkers and the Hill Barba, took advantage of
p.m. until 6:30. Racing follows Barba's hesitation and dove to
the close of registration. championship. Kevin Barba
Open practice is held on of Windsor set the fast time of the outside between them, lap-
Thursday evenings from 5 p.m.
14.217s. ping Hatfield and taking the
until 7 p.m. Everyone is encour-
aged to come out and experi- Andrew Snider of Lakeport Photo by Kolene Potter lead.
ence bicycle Moto-Cross at its also passed two leaders in one Robert Schmidt wins both the main event and the “King of the Hill Challenge In lap 24 as Presler and
best. For additional information Barba are about to lap David
call 462-0249. late race move to win the Late Series” Mini-Stock championship.
Model main event, as well as Aceves, Barba swung to the
Ryan Rones soccer setting the fast time of tion. Crayford and Furia battled for lead. Jessica Aceves got under outside trying to pin Presler
camp scholarship 12.692s. Collins and Estep led the fourth followed by Terry Devries for second, and behind D. Aceves. Presler
In the Modified main event, restart and Collins rolled out McIntire who had passed Bobby Partida the rest of the reacted quickly and dove in
The Ryan Rones Scholarship
Noel McCormack Jr. of into the lead. Estep, stuck on Nowlin for sixth. inner line sent Devries on front of Barba. This was all
Committee is looking for appli- the outside, was quickly McCormack was unrelent- back. Schmidt needed as he pow-
cants for the scholarship fund to Lakeport took half the race to
benefit players wanting to attend charge up to the front from passed by the field and, in lap ing in his pursuit of Barba Robert Schmidt held fifth ered by both of them on the
soccer camps. Applicants must
mid-pack and the second half five, spun in the back on turn and, in lap 17, gained the lead. on the outside between Brad inside and swung outside past
be dedicated to the game of soc- three for the final caution of Furia finally put Crayford Laird and Kevin Barba. Joe
cer, hard-working, and have a to leave the others fighting for D. Aceves for the lead.
good team attitude. Pick up second. He also won the tro- the race. behind him and quickly shuf- Stanisloo spun in the back but As Schmidt pulled out
applications at 601 N. State
phy dash and his heat race. Collins and Snider brought fled Strauss between them. recovered and became an ahead, Presler whipped the
Street, or call 468-5711. Please
submit the application at least Terry McIntire of Kelseyville them to the green. Collins McIntire followed by early lapped car. As Stanisloo horses to run him down but
two weeks before the start of the
set the fast time of 12.695s. took the inside lead and Crayford but was slowed by was being lapped, J. Aceves could not hold the line and fell
camp. Donations toward the fund Forrest Kuecker followed into Strauss for four more laps. suffered the same fate as back in front of Barba. At the
are gratefully accepted at the Eric Johnson of Kelseyville
address listed above. was literally given the Bonus second. Collins and Kuecker In lap 28, Furia took second Devries. Partida and Barba checkers it was Schmidt fol-
Bomber main event lead launched an 11 lap battle for from Barba, leaving him to the tried to go three-wide around lowed by Presler, Barba, and
UHS Girls tennis the lead with Snider biding his tender mercies of McIntire, Stanisloo, touched, wobbled, Partida who was the last car
tryouts halfway through the race
when the two leaders spun time waiting for any opportu- and Strauss was passed on recovered with Barba in sec- on the lead lap. Devries fin-
Tryouts for the Ukiah High
themselves out, and then spent nity. back by Thomas Wright and ond and free to chase down ished fifth a lap down. Presler
School Girls Tennis Team will In lap 19, that opportunity Mark Marek. Presler. and Laird won the heat races.
continue through August 31, the other half defending it
from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. each day, at against all comers. He also came as Snider was able to Furia just did not have Schmidt held fourth while Bonus Bombers
the Mendocino College tennis
won the trophy dash. Andy pass by both Kuecker and enough laps left to overcome Laird and Jonathon Reynolds The Bonus Bomber 10 car
courts. All participants must Collins for the lead.Their bat- McCormack. McCormack fin- battled for fifth. In only two
have completed their Sports Vander Veer set the fast time field was led to the start of the
Physical Examination, and have of 14.187s. tle for second kept either of ished first, followed by Furia. laps, Barba caught up to and main event by David Jones
turned in their fully completed
Halfway through the them from challenging Snider McIntire made the last-lap ran outside Presler while and Kevin Waycik. Jones took
Sports Participation Packet to
the Ukiahi Administration Office Bomber main event, the two for the lead. At the finish it pass by Barba for third, and Schmidt swing outside the lead as the slower Waycik
prior to tryouts to be eligible to
front runners took themselves was Snider, Kuecker, Collins, Wright finished fifth. Marek Partida, and Reynolds nosed and Todd Armstrong pushed
participate in tryouts. and Furia. Estep placed fifth. won his heat race. ahead of Laird. Eric Johnson and George
Athletes will receive an eligibili- out allowing George Abella of
ty card to be turned in to the ten- Lakeport to claim and run Bourbon won the trophy dash Mini-Stocks In lap 11, Jay Strugnell was Mavrakis back on the outside.
nis coach at the start of tryouts.
away with the win. Roman and Collins the heat race. Thanks to the leadership of being lapped by Barba when Eric Williamson, Manuel
Participants need to bring a ten- Modifieds Mini-Stock driver Davey Partida went three-wide
nis racquet, athletic shoes Rose of Lakeport set the fast Antonio, and Andy Vander
designed specifically for tennis, time of 15.049s. Codi Barba and Drew Coyne, a newly re-organized between them squirting out Veer moved up on the inside
and a water bottle each day.
Late Models Foster led the 12 car Modified Mini-Stock class brought 15 ahead of Barba. As Partida into second through fourth. As
Practices will also be held on
these courts once school begins. The Late Model main event field to the start of the main cars to the show. Don Presler swung back low, Barba pow- Williamson took the lead, Bill
Any questions may be directed
started with six cars led by event. Barba took the lead as and James Devries started the ered ahead on the outside and Mucci got inside around the
to Pat Milovina, Ukiah High Bob Strauss, Derrick field and Presler nosed into retook second. fading Waycik and was fol-
School Girls Varsity Tennis Kevin Estep and Charlie
Coach, at 462-0655 or milov- Collins. Collins took the out- Crayford, and Noel the lead in turns one and two, In lap 13, as J. Aceves was lowed by Mavrakis and
side lead as Andrew Snider McCormack Jr. shuffled but Devries caught back up on being lapped, Stanisloo spun Johnson.
Ukiahi Athletic and Forrest Kuecker passed Foster on back. the backstretch. in turn two causing Marcus In lap five, Williamson lost
Boosters meeting the slower Mike Bourbon. In lap seven, McCormack Coyne took to the infield Hatfield to go sideways into the lead and four positions to
In lap three, Bourbon and took third from Crayford as with technical problems suf- the turn two infield kicking up wind up back with Mucci.
Become involved and join the
David Furia (driving double- David Furia took fifth from fered in the earlier races, and a huge cloud of dust onto the This gave VanderVeer the
Ukiah High School Athletic Jeremy Nowlin. Andy Norton retired to the track. A yellow was thrown
Boosters Club. All parents and duty in both his Late Model opportunity to pass Antonio
community members are wel- and Modified) spun on the McCormack continued his pits for the same reason. but the drivers racing into the
come and encouraged to partici- charge into second as Presler pulled ahead into the cloud could not see it. Partida See SPEEDWAY, Page 7
pate. frontstretch for an early cau-
This is a fun and long-standing
community group which works
hard to help local prep athletes
obtain their uniforms and much
The next Ukiah High School
Athletic Boosters meeting will be
Gore lobbies for playing time in Niners’ preseason finale
on Wednesday, September 5, at
5:30 p.m. on the Ukiahi campus By GREG BEACHAM a starting quarterback down to two
in the Career Center located in AP Sports Writer players on Monday but the Oakland
the Administration Building. SANTA CLARA — Frank Gore Raiders coach still isn’t ready to
Ukiahi Athletic would prefer not to wait two more announce his decision.
Boosters dinner weeks to get into uniform with the rest Josh McCown and Daunte
of the San Francisco 49ers. Yet coach Culpepper, both of whom started pre-
Ukiah High School Athletic Mike Nolan probably won’t listen to season games, will continue to split
Boosters fund raising dinner and
auction will be held on Monday, his Pro Bowl running back’s pleas for reps with the Raiders’ first offense in
October 15. The community is a little playing time in Thursday’s practice this week. Both will also
invited to join us for our annual exhibition finale at San Diego. share time in Thursday’s preseason
event at a “new” location in the
Fine Arts building at the Ukiah Gore, who led the NFC with 1,695 finale in Seattle, with McCown start-
Fair Grounds. yards rushing last season, hasn’t suited ing and Culpepper coming in as his
Dinner tickets are $30 per per- up since breaking his right hand on the backup.
son. For reservations and pur-
chase information contact Deni second day of training camp. With his Beyond that, however, Kiffin isn’t
Lee at 468-3736 or Val Jackson hand almost completely healed, he has making any commitments.
participated in certain drills during “It’s become a two-man race,”
N.U.L.L Fall ball practice in the last two weeks. Kiffin said. “We’ll let both guys play
“I want to be out there for my in this game. I don’t have the exact
Little League age youngsters team,” Gore said Monday. “I miss reps (but) we’ll play it by ear. We’re
who still want to play Fall base-
ball should sign up as soon as being out there with the guys. But he’s still going to evaluate the two of them
possible. Games are scheduled the coach, so I’ll go with his decision. for the starting job.”
to begin September 1. Contact I feel really good, and I’m just work- Both quarterbacks have started one
Sonny Garza at (707) 456-9302
for more information. ing hard right now.” game each in the preseason. McCown
Nolan has resisted Gore’s pleas for got the call against Arizona on Aug. 11
UHS girls golf playing time so far in the preseason — while Culpepper took his turn last
The first two weeks of tryouts and if he wants to cite a precedent week against St. Louis.
for the Ukiah High School Girls Thursday for his eager tailback, he can The two have also put up similar
Golf team are continuing at 3:00 point across the field at San Diego’s numbers. McCown, who arrived in a
p.m. today through August 31,
2007, at the Ukiah Municipal LaDainian Tomlinson, who hasn’t draft day trade with Detroit has com-
Golf Course. The Sports played in a preseason game since a pleted 19 of 35 passes (54.3 percent)
Participation packets, now avail- cameo appearance in 2005. for 277 yards and has a 80.3 rating.
able at the high school adminis-
tration building, must be com- “He’ll be our running back hopeful- D. Ross Cameron/The Oakland Tribune
Culpepper, signed on July 31 after
pleted prior to participation on ly in next week’s game,” Nolan said of San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore (21) led the NFC with being released by Miami, is 15 of 28
Athletes will receive an eligibili- the 49ers’ season opener against 1,695 yards rushing last season. He is pictured here in a game last (53.6 percent) for 200 yards, three
ty card to be turned in to the golf Arizona on Sept. 10. “As much as he season against the Cardinals. touchdowns, and owns a rating of
coach confirming their eligibility. carried the ball last year, I think he’s 112.2.
Any questions, call Chris
Philbrick at 463-1731. got it down.” playing against, I should be ready,” and lows. He moved to defensive end With less than two weeks before the
Gore carried the ball 312 times last Gore said. two seasons ago after spending most season-opener against Detroit on Sept.
Attention coaches! season and caught a team-leading 61 Bryant Young also has sat out the of his career as a tackle. 9, time is running out for Kiffin to
passes for 485 yards. He’s the engine 49ers’ first three preseason games, but Though he hasn’t participated in make a decision. The Raiders’ first-
Please report local game driving the 49ers’ offense — but he the veteran defensive end intends to many practices during training camp, year coach hoped to have a starter
results and schedule updates to
the Ukiah Daily Journal sports also has a lengthy injury history, get in the lineup for a few plays his time on the sideline has been spent named by now but said the evaluation
desk as they happen. Ideas for including reconstructive surgery on against the Chargers. Young is resting mentoring his teammates and concen- of both quarterbacks will continue
sports feature stories are also
appreciated. both knees and both shoulders. a back injury that shouldn’t affect his trating on his mental game. through practice and the Seattle game.
Game or team photos, statis- Gore might wear a protective guard 14th season with the Niners. “I really tried to stay mentally in “I don’t think anybody’s played a
tics, and contact information are on his hand this season, but isn’t sure “It’s always good to knock the cob- tune with what was going on,” Young perfect game yet,” McCown said. “We
always appreciated. The sports
editors will do their best to whether such a precaution would webs off a little bit and not let the first said. “I can remember earlier in my just try to improve and make that bet-
include as many local teams as affect his ability. He hasn’t tried it yet game be your first snap,” said Young/ career when if I wasn’t in practice, it ter and do the things that you do well,
possible. Information may be in practice, where he mostly sticks to Young has started 124 of the 49ers’ was boring. But now I can get some and hopefully make it an easy choice
dropped off at 590 S. School
Street on weekdays. Telephone individual drills. last 128 regular-season games since good things out of it.” one way or the other. I think that’s
results to 468-3518 any time, or “The more I practice, the more I pay 1998, providing leadership and steady Oakland Raiders what every guy is trying to do that’s
attention to film of the defense I’ll be play through San Francisco’s highs Lane Kiffin narrowed his choice for involved in this situation.”
THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL
SPORTS TUESDAY, AUG. 28, 2007 – 7
Judge accepts Vick dogfighting guilty plea; Vick apologizes
By LARRY O’DELL ing guideline range is project- take him back. They’ve Outside the courthouse, a injured, and equipment com-
Associated Press Writer ed at a year to 18 months, but already sent a “demand letter” contingent of Vick supporters monly used in dogfighting.
RICHMOND, Va. — First, Hudson can impose up to the to Vick saying they will sang “This Little Light of A federal indictment issued
Michael Vick apologized to five-year maximum. attempt to recoup the bonus Mine” and other hymns, while in July charged Vick, Purnell
all the people he lied to. NFL Vick was suspended indefi- money he was paid. holding signs that said “We Peace of Virginia Beach,
commissioner Roger Goodell. nitely by the NFL after his “We realize that this situa- Love You” and urged Vick to Quanis Phillips of Atlanta and
Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur written plea agreement was tion has tarnished our fran- seek support in religion. Tony Taylor of Hampton with
Blank. Coach Bobby Petrino. filed in court Friday. chise,” Blank said. “We’ve Steven Terry, pastor of an interstate dogfighting con-
His teammates. “So I got a lot of down heard from fans who are Deliverance Tabernacle spiracy. Vick initially denied
“I was not honest and forth- time, a lot of time to think embarrassed to wear the No. 7 Church in the Tidewater area, any involvement, and all four
right in our discussions,” the about my actions and what jersey now. We cannot undo organized the group of at least men pleaded innocent. Taylor
star quarterback said Monday, I’ve done and how to make what’s been done. But we can two dozen supporters. was the first to change his plea
somber and deliberate and not Michael Vick a better person,” and will recover from this.” “The scripture is clear — to guilty; Phillips and Peace
speaking from notes. said Vick, who grew up in The Falcons will receive a he that’s without sin, cast the soon followed.
Then he apologized to “all Newport News. $6 million cap credit for first stone,” he said. The gruesome details out-
the young kids out there for “I will redeem myself. I Vick’s salary this year since A few dozen animal-rights lined in the indictment —
my immature acts.” have to,” he vowed. he’s been suspended without protesters also stood outside dogs were hanged, drowned
“I need to grow up,” he In Atlanta, the Falcons said pay. They are still on the hook the courthouse, some holding and electrocuted — fueled a
added. they would not cut Vick for about $22 million in pro- signs saying “Prosecute All public backlash against Vick
And so began a public act immediately because of Michael Vick rated bonus obligations spread Dogfighters.” and cost him several endorse-
of contrition from Vick, who salary-cap issues. The team out over this season and the In his written plea, Vick ment deals, even before he
pleaded guilty to a federal intends to pursue the $22 mil- entering the plea of guilty to a next two. Bonus money that is admitted helping kill six to agreed to plead guilty.
dogfighting charge and then lion in bonus money that he conspiracy charge because returned by Vick will be cred- eight pit bulls and supplying The Falcons were set to
stood behind a podium to say already received in a $130 you are in fact guilty?” ited to Atlanta’s cap number. money for gambling on the play an exhibition game at
his job now was “bettering million contract signed in Vick answered yes, and “We feel very comfortable fights. He said he did not per- home against the Cincinnati
Michael Vick the person, not 2004. Hudson emphasized his broad that we have plenty of room sonally place any bets or share Bengals later Monday. This
the football player.” “We cannot tell you today latitude in sentencing. going forward in which to in any winnings, but merely will be the first chance for the
There he was, a QB so deft that Michael is cut from the “You’re taking your field a competitive team,” associating with gambling can team to see what effect Vick’s
and nimble he pulled off any team,” Blank said. “Cutting chances here. You’ll have to McKay said. result in a lifetime ban under case has on attendance at the
number of amazing scrambles him today may feel better live with whatever decision I Baseball Hall of Famer the league’s personal conduct Georgia Dome. Vick wears
on the field. Now he was emotionally for us and many make,” he said. Hank Aaron and former policy. the biggest-selling jersey in
of our fans. But it’s not in the U.S. Attorney Chuck Atlanta Mayor and U.N. Three Vick co-defendants team history and is given
scrambling to save himself much credit for the team’s 51
and his football future because long-term best interests of our Rosenberg said a first-time Ambassador Andrew Young, who previously pleaded guilty
offender ordinarily might consecutive sellouts.
of his role in a gruesome dog- franchise.” both members of the Falcons’ said Vick bankrolled the “We’re putting the emo-
fighting ring. Vick, who took no ques- receive no jail time for the board, attended the news con- enterprise, and two of them
dogfighting conspiracy. tions, the shock, the disap-
Saying he was speaking tions after his first public ference at Blank’s corporate said Vick participated in exe- pointment, the anger and the
“from the heart,” Vick said he statement about the dogfight- “We thought, however, that headquarters in Atlanta. cuting dogs that were not once-held hope that this was
took full responsibility for his ing ring, said little in court. the conduct in this conspiracy “I’ve never seen someone vicious enough in testing. The not true behind us,” Blank
actions. With family members, includ- was heinous, cruel and inhu- with so much ability and has three had agreed to testify said. “I assure you we’ll do all
“Dogfighting is a terrible ing his brother and mother, mane,” he said. fallen so far,” Aaron said. “It’s against Vick had the case gone we possibly can to make this
thing, and I did reject it,” he watching from the front row Blank and general manager not what is going to happen as to trial. season a success.”
said. of the packed courtroom, Vick Rich McKay refused to say far as his football career is The case began in late April ———
Acceptance of responsibili- stood flanked by two of his whether Vick would ever play concerned. It’s just him as a when authorities conducting a AP Sports Writer Paul
ty is one of the factors U.S. five lawyers and softly for the Falcons again, though man, as a human being, being drug investigation of Vick’s Newberry in Atlanta and
District Judge Henry E. answered “Yes, sir” and “No, their reluctance to cut ties able to get his life back.” cousin raided the former Associated Press Writers
Hudson will consider in hand- sir” to Hudson’s questions. with the quarterback is related Asked if he expected Vick Virginia Tech star’s rural Zinie Chen Sampson and
ing down Vick’s sentence The plea was accepted by more to complicated legal to return to the Falcons, Aaron Surry County property and Dionne Walker in Richmond
Dec. 10. The federal sentenc- Hudson, who asked: “Are you issues than any willingness to replied, “I hope so.” seized dozens of dogs, some contributed to this report.
Speedway and Antonio. Jones won the
nosed ahead in, and continued
outside Tommila, completing
the pass in lap 29.
Continued from Page 6 Tony Ramazzotti and At the checkers it was
and then Jones for the lead. In Anthony McCoy led the full Abella by two car lengths fol-
lap seven, Williamson and Bomber field of 18 cars to the lowed by McCoy, Tenney,
Mucci tangled and spun of the green flag. Ronald Portlock Randy Portlock, and Sorrels.
backstretch for the first cau- and Danny Helm transferred Randy Portlock won the tro-
tion. in from the B-Main. phy dash, and Dylan Rose,
Vander Veer and Jones McCoy held a slight lead Shawn Kennedy, and Jon
restarted the field, but Jones that was taken by Ramazzotti Waner the heat races.
was freight-trained on the out- who finished the pass four A special trophy dash was
side to the back as Vander laps later. also held for drivers whose
Veer took the lead. Johnson Shelby Helm had claimed time trials did not qualify
ducked under Antonio for sec- third inside of Mike Bray. them for the A-Main event.
ond and Mavrakis followed Manya Tenney, Robert Byers, Shawn Kennedy, Ronald
for third. and Simi Tour advanced Portlock, Kevin Brackett, and
In lap 12, contact in the inside Nickolie Rhodes to Tommy Nugent ran the four
pack sent Ron DeKeyser wide fifth through seventh. By lap lap dash and Nugent brought
in turn two, into and up onto seven, Rhodes had faded on home the trophy.
the wall. A red flag was the outside pushing Jon Waner Coming Up
thrown stopping the race so behind him. They were passed The “King of the Hill
the car could be untangled and by George Abella, Jimmy Challenge Series” continues
towed off. Sorrels, Run Duke this Labor Day weekend on
Vander Veer and Johnson Jr., and Randy Portlock Photo by Kolene Potter both Saturday and Sunday
led the restart. Vander Veer before Waner could dive back Robert “Underdog” Byers heads for the moon over the 49x of Tony Ramazzotti and September 1 and 2 at the
took the inside lead and inside of Rhodes. in front of the 81 of Simi Tour. They all survived his re-entry, less a few tiles. Ukiah Speedway featuring the
Mavrakis followed under In lap nine, Abella had just Legends Cars of the Pacific
Johnson. In lap 14, Vander swung past Tour and advanced got under Ramazzotti but they to finish it in turn two, but he Sorrels lost ground on the and with the Late Models,
Veer and Mavrakis made con- outside of Byers to challenge both drifted wide. S. Helm and McCoy collided and got outside and, in lap 16, Abella Modifieds, Bonus Bombers,
tact and spun in turn four for for sixth when Danny Helm tried to dive three-wide under sideways in front of the pack. swung out in front of him to and Bombers. This will be the
another caution, putting these and Roman Rose got together both of them as Ramazzotti They recovered, but the reac- challenge McCoy for the lead. last points race of the 2007
two leaders to the back. in the back and Rose spun on tried to recover the lead and tion behind them sent Rhodes As they ran side-by-side, season for the Modifieds.
Johnson and Mucci led the frontstretch to wind up Ramazzotti broke loose com- hard into the backstretch wall. Tenney passed inside Sorrels The season finale will be
them to the green and Johnson facing backwards causing a ing out of turn two. He fish- The race was red-flagged for third, Randy Portlock held Saturday September 8 at
took the lead. It only took five caution. tailed down the backstretch while the mess was cleaned swung inside behind her for the Ukiah Speedway featuring
laps for Mavrakis to make it Ramazzotti and McCoy led and recovered, but the pack up. Fortunately, no one was fourth, and Duke climbed into the B.C.R.A. Midgets.
from the back by Antonio for the restart and raced side-by- behind him was thrown into hurt. the battle for sixth but he was The “King of the Hill
third, with Vander Veer close side. confusion which caused a yel- McCoy and Sorrels led the still three laps down so Challenge Series” champions
behind in fifth. Bray was slow on the out- low. restart again since they had Tommila still held it ahead of will be decided for the Late
side and pushed Byers, Tour, Tour, Waner, and Rose all recovered without spinning D. Helm. Models, Bonus Bombers, and
By lap 22, Mavrakis made suffered damage. Byers did
it by Mucci for second and and Duke back behind him as and had not made contact with In lap 22, Abella finally Bombers.
not see the yellow in time and anyone else. This time, pulled out ahead of McCoy They, as well as the
started to work on Johnson for he was passed by S. Helm, launched himself into the air
the lead. VanderVeer made it Tenney, and Abella. Duke and McCoy took the inside lead finishing the pass. D. Helm Modified and Mini-Stock
over the rear end of with Abella close behind. broke loose outside Duke and champions, will be crowned at
by Mucci for third, but then Richie Hoven tangled behind Ramazzotti in front of Tour.
the lapped car of Armstrong Tour in turn two which spun Tenney battled inside Randy lost four positions. Abella the end of the night.
Duke got going again from the Portlock for fourth, and D. stretched his lead as the top For more information,
made challenges difficult to Duke into the turn three infield, but he was now three
maintain for the remaining infield where he stalled out. laps down. Helm and Rick Tommila for seven cars ran single file. Simi browse the website at
laps. No yellow was thrown as he This all put McCoy and sixth. Tour pulled outside Hoven, www.LakeportSpeedway.com
Johnson held onto the lead was safely out of the way. Sorrels up front for the restart
to bring home the win. Portlock, and Tour finally ahead of Abella and Randy
Mavrakis came in second fol- got by Bray for sixth through Portlock. Sorrels nosed into
lowed by Vander Veer, Mucci, eighth. In turn one, McCoy the lead in turn one and tried
Gandee Drift Service wins 16th
annual Business Golf Challenge
By PAUL SHIMMIN comprised of Jimmy, Jesse, place featuring Brad Hunt,
For the Journal and Scott Johnson, as well as Scott Harpe, Ken Judd, and
With a total of 29 teams Herb Brocket. Jim Rus.
making up a field of 116 play- In third place was the Stout Proceeds from the annual
ers, the Annual Business Golf Family at 26 under par. tournament benefit the Ukiah
Challenge took place Sunday Players were Bob Stout, Jr., High School Boys and Girls
at the Ukiah Municipal Golf Steve Stout, Jeff Stout, and Golf Teams.
Course. Randy Stout.
Beautiful weather and a In fourth place was Cox
strong field highlighted the Vineyards at 26 under par.
play throughout the day. Players were Jack Cox, Chuck
Gandee Drift Service won Vau, Whitney Vau, and Mike
the tournament at 30 under par Pipkin.
in the four player two net ball Rounding out the top five
format. Making up the cham- teams was Northwest
pionship team were Jared Insurance at 25 under par.
Gandee, Carey Beer, Joe Team members include Eric
Puentes, and Sean McGrew. Barkhurst, Gino Moertta,
Second place at 28 under Allen Carter, and Phil Onori.
par was Johnson Landscaping, Summit Painting took sixth
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SPORTS THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL
Federer, Henin, Davydenko win as U.S. Open opens for business
Sisters Venus and might someday be America’s
next big hopes in tennis and
“I don’t have a lot of things
the first time, defeating Chris
Guccione of Australia 6-7 (2),
Serena Williams third-seeded Jelena Jankovic to say about that match 6-3, 6-2, 6-3.
won in straight sets. because there wasn’t a lot of Max Mirnyi of Belarus suc-
slated to play late “When you win matches at rhythm,” she said. “I was con- cessfully used one of his
in the evening any level it helps you win at
the other level,” the 18-year-
cerned the last few days with
my shoulder. It is getting bet-
instant-replay challenges to
beat Baghdatis 6-3, 7-5, 3-6,
By BEN WALKER old Young said. ter, but it is still a little bit 7-6 (6) and Feliciano Lopez
AP National Writer Isner, a 22-year-old playing scary.” was able to down Ferrero 6-3,
NEW YORK — Roger his first career Grand Slam Over on the grandstand 6-4, 6-4 in an all-Spanish
Federer and Justine Henin match, hit 34 aces and court, Davydenko attracted matchup.
played up to their No. 1 seed- knocked off 26th-seeded his share of attention for In other men’s matches,
ings Monday and Nikolay Jarkko Nieminen 6-7 (4), 7-6 something besides ground- No. 9 Tomas Berdych of the
Davydenko was a sure thing, (4), 7-6 (5), 6-4. strokes and Grand Slams. Czech Republic beat Marc
too, on the opening day of the But No. 18 Marcos After the fourth-seeded Gicquel of France 6-3, 7-6 (0),
U.S. Open. Baghdatis, the last player Russian breezed past Jesse 6-2. No. 10 Tommy Haas of
The final Grand Slam event Andre Agassi beat as a pro at Levine 6-4, 6-0, 6-1, he faced Germany downed Steve
of the season began on a Flushing Meadows, was upset questions about his name sur- Darcis of Belgium 6-7 (5), 7-
sparkling morning, and in the first round and 2003 facing in a recent gambling 5, 6-3, 6-4 and No. 13 Richard
Federer was his usual sharp French Open champ Juan investigation. Gasquet was able to defeat
self. Carlos Ferrero also made an During a match in Poland Sergio Roitman of Argentina
Trying to become the first early exit. this month, Davydenko lost to 7-5, 6-1, 6-2.
man in the Open era to take Sisters Venus and Serena 87th-ranked Martin Vassallo Jankovic defeated Jarmila
this title four straight times, Williams were to play evening Arguello, retiring because of Gajdosova of Slovakia, 6-2, 7-
the Swiss star got off to the matches at center court after a injury in the deciding set. A 6 (2), No. 10 Marion Bartoli
right start — he won the coin tribute to tennis heroine British online gambling com- of France downed Alexa
toss to serve. He then held Althea Gibson. pany voided all bets on the Glatch 6-1, 6-1 and No. 15
serve all match and beat qual- Fifty years ago she became match after receiving about $7 Dinara Safina of Russia elimi-
ifier Scoville Jenkins 6-3, 6-2, the first black player to win in million in wagers, 10 times nated Catalina Castano of
6-4. the United States National the usual amount. Davydenko, File photo
Colombia, 6-2, 6-3.
“Maybe other guys like Championships, which later speaking in broken but under- Swiss star Roger Federer is trying to become the first Vera Zvonareva also won,
five-setters in the first round. I became the Open. standable English, denied any man in the Open era win the title four straight times. beating Alina Jidkova 6-0, 6-7
like straight sets more,” Henin, bidding for her sev- involvement. (5), 6-0 in an all-Russian
Federer said. “It’s nice to be enth Slam title, defeated Julia “I try to say every week, ’I “It’s pretty tough for me, Safir, a former New York City matchup.
into the second round. It Goerges of Germany 6-0, 6-3 don’t do anything like this,”’ somebody talking about gam- police commissioner, to over- The 27th seeded Zvonareva
always feels like a bit of a at a half-full Arthur Ashe he said. “I never did.” bling,” he said. “I don’t know see the event and guard is always good for a little on-
relief.” Stadium. Despite making only Davydenko said he expect- how long I have more ques- against gambling problems. court drama and she didn’t
NCAA singles runner-up 44 percent of her first serves ed to talk to investigators — tions about it. Maybe all An investigative team is on disappoint, directing a few
John Isner and Wimbledon and committing seven double- he wasn’t sure which ones — year.” site. sharp words at the ballboys
junior champion Donald faults, the usually steady after the China Open next The U.S. Open hired a On an outer court, Young and ballgirls after losing a few
Young showed why they Belgian star won every game month. security firm run by Howard won a Grand Slam match for tough points.
A second chance that should — and will — be a long time coming
By JIM LITKE gation. St. Louis’ Leonard news developments have been deserves everything that hap- interviews Michael Boddie dors on the Internet using
AP Sports Columnist Little is still rushing passers driving this story since the pens to him from here on out. gave newspaper reporters, the Vicks’s name or his likeness
Would the public be clam- despite pleading guilty to indictments surfaced in April. In his plea agreement, Vick man who was absent for most to make a few bucks.
oring just as loudly for involuntary manslaughter It touches celebrity, race, cru- admits he helped kill dogs. No of his son’s life yet plans to It’s only coincidence, of
Michael Vick’s head if he’d after killing a woman while elty to animals, the aforemen- matter how carefully his attor- write a tell-all book, says very course, that just a few hours
come clean after being caught driving drunk in 1998, then tioned gambling and a few neys frame his involvement matter-of-factly of Vick’s after Vick walked out of
with a suitcase full of illegal getting stopped for drunken other topics a 24/7 news cycle — “collective efforts” with involvement in dogfighting Hudson’s courtroom, the
steroids? Or cocaine? Or beat- driving again just three years didn’t need any help turning his co-defendants is the phrase circles, “I wish people would Falcons were scheduled to
ing up a woman? ago. And despite a number of into hype. they used — it’s brutality, stop sugarcoating it. This is play their first exhibition
Just asking. arrests and even convictions, Help came, anyway, from a plain and simple, erasing any Mike’s thing.” home game at the same
Because in all those cases, not even one NFL player well-organized, well-funded distinctions of race and cul- Like everything else about Georgia Dome the star quar-
depending on aggravating cir- charged with domestic vio- animal rights lobby that mobi- ture that some of Vick’s this case, you just wish terback helped sell out for
cumstances and a number of lence has been suspended. lized protests, demanding zero defenders have tried to throw Boddie would disappear. years.
other factors, the fine and jail Last week, I wrote that tolerance for Vick from the up. Instead, he’s going to try to ———
time Vick would face after Goodell should give Vick NFL and threatening to boy- In what has proved to be turn a profit on this sad, sorry Jim Litke is a national
pleading guilty — in his case, another chance to play, pro- cott any company that contin- only the latest bizarre twist, chapter of his son’s troubled sports columnist for The
to a federal dogfighting con- vided he accepts full responsi- ues to sponsor him. Vick’s father said as much the life, just like the bloggers, the Associated Press. Write to him
spiracy charge — could be bility for his actions and But let’s be clear: Vick other day. In one of several T-shirt, hat and chew-toy ven- at jlitkeap.org
roughly the same. In terms of serves his time. That senti-
what else Vick stands to lose, ment hasn’t changed.
it isn’t even close. It’s hard to imagine
The Falcons will try to Goodell being confronted
recover $22 million of Vick’s with a decision until the 2009
signing bonus, and as much as season, at the earliest, which
$71 million total, from the 10- should give Vick time enough
year, $130 million contract he to demonstrate he’s worthy of
signed in 2004. A marketing another opportunity. The way
firm recently estimated Vick things stand, he might need
will sacrifice as much as $50 every day.
million in endorsements over So keep in mind that we’re
the next decade, which does- still much closer to the begin-
n’t seem inflated considering ning of this saga than the end.
how quickly Nike terminated Vick’s appearance in federal
his shoe deal, Reebok quit court triggered another round
selling his No. 7 jersey and of headlines, but more than
Upper Deck and Donruss
pulled his likeness from trad-
ing-card sets. And even after
serving his time, he may be
barred from playing in the
Vick formally entered his
plea Monday before U.S.
District Court Judge Henry E.
Hudson, but commissioner
Roger Goodell had already
suspended him indefinitely
without pay. In a statement
released Friday, Goodell made
clear that Vick’s involvement
in illegal gambling could trig-
ger a lifetime ban under the
league’s personal conduct pol-
“I’m totally responsible,
and those things just didn’t
have to happen,” Vick said
after his court appearance. “I
feel like we all make mistakes.
It’s just, I made a mistake in
using bad judgment and mak-
ing bad decisions. And you
know, those things, you know,
just can’t happen.”
“Dogfighting is a terrible
thing,” he added, “and I did
At this point, it’s worth not-
ing that players who have
committed crimes every bit as
heinous have long since
returned to the NFL. Jamal
Lewis pleaded guilty to feder-
al conspiracy charges in 2004
for trying to set up a drug deal.
He spent the 2005 offseason
serving time, was suspended
by Goodell’s predecessor,
Paul Tagliabue, for
Baltimore’s first two games
the following season and
begins this one on the
Cleveland Browns’ roster.
Ray Lewis, Jamal’s former
teammate but no relation,
pleaded guilty to obstruction
of justice in a murder investi-
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PEANUTS by Charles M. Schulz THE BORN LOSER by Art and Chip Sansom
ZITS by Jerry Scott and Jim Borgman BLONDIE by Dean Young and Jim Raymond
DILBERT by Scott Adams FRANK AND ERNEST by Bob Thaves
FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE by Lynn Johnson BEETLE BAILEY by Mort Walker
DOONESBURY by Gary Trudeau HAGAR THE HORRIBLE by Dik Browne
TODAY’S BIRTHDAYS: Johann of the Chicago White Sox set a Major League
Datebook: Tuesday, August 28, 2007 Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832), writer;
Leo Tolstoy (1828-1910), writer; Bruno
record by finishing his 98th consecutive game
with no strikeouts.
Today is the 240th day of 2007 and the 69th hundreds of thousands of civil-rights activists Bettelheim (1903-1990), psychologist; Donald TODAY’S QUOTE: “Everyone thinks of
day of summer. to Washington, D.C. O’Connor (1925-2003), actor/song-and-dance changing the world, but no one thinks of
TODAY’S HISTORY: In 1917, 10 suffrag- In 1968, the Democratic National man; Ben Gazzara (1930-), actor, is 77; Daniel changing himself.” -- Leo Tolstoy
ists were arrested for picketing the White Convention nominated Hubert Humphrey for Stern (1957-), actor, is 50; Shania Twain TODAY’S FACT: Australia practices
House. (1965-), singer, is 42; LeAnn Rimes (1982-), “compulsory suffrage,” where it is mandatory
president as demonstrators and police clashed singer, is 25. for eligible citizens to vote.
In 1963, the March on Washington drew on the Chicago streets outside. TODAY’S SPORTS: In 1958, Nellie Fox TODAY’S MOON: Full moon (Aug. 28).
SCORPIO (Oct. 24- ficulties, instead be on your much credence in it because so engrossed checking on
Nov. 22) -- Your financial toes and think, think, think! it may be of little substance. the progress and perfor-
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by Robert Barnett
A. Using each "Chaos Grid" number with its
letter one time, arrange the numbers with
their letters for the "Order Grid" so each
vertical column, horizontal row, and two
diagonals each ADD to numbers inside
thick lined cells.
B. Some correct numbers with their letters
have been put into the "Order Grid" to
get you started. Also, above the "Order
Grid" is a "Decoded Message" clue.
C. After you have solved the "Order Grid"
doing as direction "A" says, put the let-
ters from horizontal rows, from left to
right, under "Decoded Message" and
make words to form the answer.
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Y R N N one letter to each square,
21 0 1 20
to form four ordinary words.
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Learning Challenger to form the surprise answer, as
ZUNI AND MESCALERO suggested by the above cartoon.
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L E R O
Teacher is discomforted by a student’s flirtations
Dear Annie: I’m a married woman with usual mixture of relief and regret. Our boys back to the kids. -- Sports Mom
three kids, and I teach a class for adults.
Recently, I’ve been feeling uncomfortable with
one of the male students in my class. He flirts
have participated in ball for the last 10 years,
and we have witnessed increasingly aggressive
and inappropriate behavior. I wonder if we are
Dear Sports Mom: Your letter reminded us
of one of our favorite poems, which every
coach and sports parent should keep on the
with me and lately has become more and more
brazen. He behaves like a high schooler in
By Kathy Mitchell and Marcy Sugar serving our children well by having them par- refrigerator: He Is Just a Little Boy By
Chaplain Bob Fox, “The Old Bluebird”
ticipate in this activity.
love. He’ll make suggestive remarks during Many of the parents and coaches harass and He stands at the plate with his heart pound-
class, jump up to sit next to me when we’re flirting is inappropriate? -- An Uncomfortable ing fast.
Teacher intimidate the volunteer umpires and base
having a circle discussion, and when I ran into coaches, many of whom are young kids them- The bases are loaded, the die has been cast.
him at a party last week, he said jokingly that Dear Teacher: You need to be a little less Mom and Dad cannot help him, he stands all
friendly and a lot more professional around this selves. I have seen countless kids reduced to
he had come because he knew I’d be there. tears by enraged parents, either their own or alone.
I’m concerned that I inadvertently encour- man and any other male student. Don’t react to A hit at this moment would send the team
his flirtatious comments. During circle discus- someone else’s. At one recent game, a coach home.
aged him by being too friendly. As a teacher, I was ejected from the game for repeated use of
am very open and outgoing with my students, sions, plant yourself between two other stu- The ball meets the plate, he swings and he
dents. If he persists or acts in a more suggestive the “F” word. What is really sad is that he was misses.
and I worry that he misinterpreted my cheer-
fulness. Also, at first I was enthusiastic about manner, tell him nicely, “I’m a happily married scolded and ejected by a teenage volunteer. There’s a groan from the crowd, with some
him as a student because he’s smart and funny. woman and I hope you will respect that.” Be None of the adults present had the courage to boos and some hisses.
Maybe he thought I was attracted to him. careful not to let this affect your opinion of his step forward and confront the man. A thoughtless voice cries, “Strike out the
I have considered telling him that he is mak- class work, which is a separate matter. And of People need to consider what they are teach- bum.”
ing me uncomfortable, but drawing attention to course, if he should become belligerent or stalk ing kids. They know if our actions match what Tears fill his eyes, the game’s no longer fun.
the problem could make it worse. I don’t know you, report him to the police. we claim our values are. Let’s start cheering all So open your heart and give him a break,
how he will react if I tell him he needs to cool Dear Annie: We just finished up another the players, not just the ones on our team. Help For it’s moments like this, a man you can
it down. How do I tactfully let him know his Little League baseball season, and I feel the kids learn that mistakes are part of the game. make.
Model how to be gracious in victory and in Please keep this in mind, when you hear
defeat. Remember that kids learn as much, if someone forget,
TUESDAY EVENING not more, from losing. Let’s give youth sports He is just a little boy, and not a man yet.
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667-07 CASH DAVID GRQ ENTERPRISES LEWIS SCOTT W & DANA 103/050/12/00 $105.38
8-28,9-4,11/07 181/141/17/00 $1,217.44 002/193/14/00 $335.14 005/216/23/00 $1,600.43 103/050/15/00 $1,229.03
PROPERTY TAX DEFAULT CASTANEDA FRANCISCO T 002/193/15/00 $430.47 LHOIR ALWYN 1/4 103/060/01/00 $673.32
(DELINQUENT) LIST 100/081/17/01 $397.96 GUINTO REYNALDO M & AGNES B 013/570/20/00 $1,194.54 ORENSTEIN CRAIG & RENEE RUSSEL
I, Shari L. Schapmire, Mendocino County Tax CAYABYAB ZENAIDA APELIN 100/182/10/01 $309.34 LI JULIA SHANE 011/580/24/00 $805.66
Collector, State of California, certify that: 098/201/04/01 $320.64 GUNDERSON HOWARD C 143/032/07/00 $143.40 OWENS BILLY DUFF & WANDA LORAI
Notice is hereby given that the real properties listed 098/212/09/01 $342.96 006/141/23/00 $3,111.27 143/110/21/00 $427.20 029/420/37/00 $3,045.78
below were declared to be in tax default at 12:01 a.m. CHARVET LEONARD W TTEE ESTATE GUTHRIE JAMES DONALD JR & NANC LIGHTY MARK W & TERESA PANGILINAN EMILIANO T & CORAZO
on July 1, 2006, by operation of law. The declaration 069/202/26/00 $954.90 069/220/21/00 $629.78 017/172/26/00 $1,485.38 099/052/04/01 $227.03
of default was due to non-payment of the total amount CHAVEZ FRANCISCO MENA 069/220/22/00 $591.24 LIGHTY MARK W & TERESA N PATTON JON ORVILLE & LORAINE F
due for the taxes, assessments and other charges levied 096/274/08/01 $148.18 GUZMAN CARLOS R 008/244/31/00 $1,264.23 037/310/74/00 $1,290.94
in 2005-2006 that was a lien on the listed real property. CHILSON JUBAL C 1/2 175/300/16/00 $797.68 019/690/05/00 $917.23 PAUL ROCHELLE M
The total that was due on June 30, 2006, is shown 147/300/24/00 $151.55 HACKER THOMAS R LILLICOTCH JOHN 037/100/09/00 $471.30
opposite the parcel number. 147/300/25/00 $431.33 033/171/02/00 $795.99 012/710/39/00 $1,137.66 PELLEGRI BARRY R 1/2
Tax-defaulted real property may be redeemed by payment 147/312/16/00 $196.80 033/172/40/00 $138.74 LINCO LLC 038/040/07/01 $3,075.52
of all unpaid taxes and assessments, together with 147/312/17/00 $321.34 033/172/41/00 $145.52 119/214/22/00 $320.23 PERELSTEIN MATHEW & PAULA
the additional penalties and fees, as prescribed by law, CHRISTENSEN GUSSIE TTEE HALEY STACY LINDBERG JEANE CAROLE 017/230/07/00 $1,294.80
or it may be redeemed under an installment plan of 132/073/05/00 $541.08 147/311/14/01 $196.80 123/390/13/00 $987.64 017/350/34/00 $874.17
redemption. If the taxes remain unpaid after June 30, CHRISTIANSEN STEPHEN & STEPHAN HALL CURTIS & NOELLE LIU YUNG MING PHILLIPS DAVID E
2011, the property will be subject to sale at public auction. 053/380/07/00 $2,685.14 056/070/03/00 $1,555.71 098/292/07/01 $220.14 014/290/33/00 $450.72
Property upon which a nuisance abatement lien has 053/380/14/00 $91.42 HALL E F & ELLEN LIU YUNG MING & LEE LI CHUN PHILLIPS MRS MAXINE
been recorded shall be subject to sale if the taxes remain 163/020/48/00 $3,333.24 126/140/13/00 $672.98 097/325/01/01 $342.96 006/045/16/00 $566.28
unpaid after June 30, 2009. All information concerning CHRISTIANSEN STEPHEN R & STEPH HAMADA NATHAN M LOLONIS VINEYARDS INC PIETERS MICHAEL DAELE
redemption of tax-defaulted property will be furnished, 012/080/23/00 $424.82 100/156/14/05 $1,299.64 163/082/09/00 $3,892.78 098/065/14/01 $248.48
upon request, by Shari L. Schapmire, Mendocino County 012/080/25/00 $1,049.96 HAMILTON HAROLD LEWIS 163/090/07/00 $910.58 PINOLI WAYNE
Tax Collector, 501 Low Gap Road, Room #1060, Ukiah, CLARK KATHRYN D 097/273/08/01 $259.06 163/090/08/00 $401.28 003/540/47/00 $4,235.64
California 95482 (707) 463-4323 or 463-4321. 125/250/17/00 $4,324.38 HARRIS MILDRED M 163/100/03/00 $2,966.86 PLOWRIGHT THOMAS R & PATRICIA
This publication shows, in this order, the name of the COLLINS RICHARD 145/182/02/00 $2,374.48 163/110/01/00 $1,810.70 026/234/05/00 $303.80
Assessee, the parcel number with the dollar amount 011/900/46/00 $245.44 HARRIS WAYNE GORDON & JAN ELIZ 163/150/02/00 $2,161.45 POLLARD DONALD R TTEE 1/2 /
for which the parcel was “tax defaulted”. 011/900/47/00 $80.79 145/051/08/00 $1,276.93 163/160/01/00 $1,100.54 017/280/19/00 $13,505.08
PARCEL NUMBERING SYSTEM EXPLANATION CONSERVATION FUND THE HAYDEN JO ANN M TTEE LOMBARDI EVAN 1/2 POLLOCK PATRICIA
The Assessor’s Parcel Number (APN), when used to 026/490/62/00 $48.78 048/390/08/00 $1,781.46 013/860/06/05 $3,874.34 098/211/06/01 $4,677.40
describe property in this list, refers to the assessor’s CORDIS MICHAEL 048/390/20/00 $809.35 LOPEZ CRISTOBAL & CARMEN POLSON MARY M 1/2
map book, the map page, the block on the map (if 163/082/03/00 $1,079.36 HEALEY JAMES E 181/121/06/00 $1,046.51 014/100/83/00 $492.56
applicable), and the individual parcel on the map page COST JOHN R 008/044/10/00 $1,851.18 LOPRESTI JASON M RABINOWITZ JASON /
or in the block. The assessor’s maps and further 069/201/54/00 $1,689.42 HEIMBERG WILLIAM TTEE 147/321/07/01 $810.00 132/162/03/00 $430.52
explanation of the parcel numbering system are available CRONK COMPANY 001/302/21/00 $257.78 LUZZI RONALD & CYNTHIA 132/162/04/00 $1,977.16
in the assessor’s office. 007/060/15/00 $1,777.86 HENDERSON CHARLES E 019/600/33/00 $1,167.40 RAY JOHN N
Property tax defaulted on June 30, 2006, for the taxes, CROWE BETTY JUNE 143/090/36/00 $4,755.24 LYSSAND ROLF & PAM 100/072/02/01 $466.30
assessments and other charges for the fiscal year 2005- 169/130/03/00 $761.64 143/090/38/00 $721.66 048/170/28/00 $1,917.92 REDWOOD LEGAL ASSISTANCE
2006: CUFF KEVIN HERLYCK ROY G 1/3 MACAHILAS ROBERT A 002/182/13/00 $1,969.76
ADAMSEN ALBERT C 1/2 154/040/04/00 $676.90 051/050/06/00 $178.18 019/560/41/00 $2,144.66 REID JAMES M
033/190/28/00 $1,793.10 CULLEN JOHN JOSEPH 1/2 HERZOG GEMINI O 1/2 MACK BARBARA 035/130/12/00 $93.10
ALARID DAVID WILLIAM 145/210/03/00 $1,238.90 053/020/15/00 $1,915.14 006/132/28/00 $4,227.58 REIFERS NATHANIEL LEWIS
097/202/08/01 $193.66 DAILEY GEORGE F / HESS MARK STEPHEN 006/132/29/00 $3,012.94 056/220/05/00 $3,504.77
ALCAZAR MANUEL & MARIA 069/202/28/00 $121.54 125/270/53/00 $1,573.44 MADINA ROSA REILLY IAIN C
098/103/06/00 $59.20 DANIEL FINDS THE FEATHER 125/270/54/00 $123.76 033/172/45/00 $1,214.64 153/280/07/00 $697.72
ALVAREZ ELSA DAMIAN 036/230/30/00 $2,416.38 HILL ALVIN L & DARLEEN L 1/2 MAJESKY KEITH 48% 153/300/02/00 $971.74
162/231/15/00 $1,362.66 DAQUIL PAZ B 033/171/13/00 $153.56 019/380/02/00 $895.40 153/300/03/00 $971.74
ANDERSON DONNA V TTEE 097/071/08/01 $378.14 HOLLINGSWORTH DENNIS H TTEE MAJUK LEONARD K 1/4 REITER FRANCES TTEE
033/240/23/00 $566.74 DAY JONATHAN B 1/2 019/370/20/00 $5,474.28 056/050/09/00 $391.30 098/101/15/05 $67.12
ANDERSON JAKE 046/270/55/00 $5,616.40 HONTOU ERNEST JOEL & KATHY JAN MALCOLM JOHN G & RUTH N REPOVSCH ALBERT W JR
098/015/06/01 $408.80 DEGUZMAN RODRIGO G & ALMA H 019/333/07/00 $195.82 012/540/45/00 $58.78 014/100/39/00 $2,458.48
ANDREWS MARTIN 1/2 096/182/05/01 $329.68 HOOPER FRANK W 3/4 MALONZO DIOSDADO D & EMRALINA REYNOLDS KATHY
034/340/05/00 $821.28 DELMONTE DANIEL J 188/150/01/00 $62.96 100/232/02/01 $397.96 014/250/39/00 $3,596.57
ANO MARTE & MARLYN 056/500/02/00 $2,372.50 HOOVER KIM DEETZ 1/3 MANGAHAS RABEL KELLEY RHODES JUDITH N ESTATE OF
100/032/15/05 $43.60 056/500/03/00 $307.26 002/122/09/00 $1,567.56 096/283/16/01 $275.92 175/300/18/00 $663.62
ANTKOWIAK JOHN FREDRICK 056/500/04/00 $1,213.50 HOWARD HUGH JAMES & CHERYL LYN MANNEY PHYLLIS RIDENOUR JOHN
100/175/01/01 $271.58 DELVALLE HECTOR A 037/340/30/00 $345.11 097/274/11/00 $218.68 006/110/22/00 $984.30
APOSTOLIC ASSEMBLY OF THE FAITH 098/113/11/01 $230.95 108/192/16/00 $439.62 MARIANO JANET RIGGS MARK & KITTY
069/310/05/00 $71.88 DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST C HSBC BANK USA TTEE 014/200/45/00 $544.47 184/052/04/00 $2,209.56
ARMSTRONG SAMUEL 069/252/08/00 $3,476.02 001/460/33/00 $5,276.64 MARLATT ROBERT 1/2 RIVERA GENNETH N 1/3
014/340/04/00 $34.82 DIXON KEN 1/2 HUBER MATHEW V JR 032/500/26/00 $37.12 097/312/15/01 $475.46
ARREGUIN MIKE M & PATRICIA A 036/181/08/00 $428.68 008/154/05/00 $2,139.18 MAROUG SAID M ROACH GARY
161/290/02/00 $1,098.82 036/184/05/00 $428.68 HUBER TIMOTHY 097/160/06/01 $333.94 020/200/74/00 $1,852.02
ARTACHO ISABELO S DOCKINS MAGDALENE E 1/2 119/237/07/00 $7,959.15 MASSON GARY J & JEAN T ROBELLO LOUISE K TTEE
098/043/07/01 $235.68 018/020/19/00 $2,352.74 HUGHES JEFF GABRIEL 177/240/03/00 $152.34 017/370/11/00 $188.28
AVILA JOSE S & ARTEMIA J DODD ALVIN D & EDWINA R 013/580/56/00 $89.50 177/250/08/00 $694.34 ROBERTS SHANE B & RONEISHA
100/081/02/01 $411.12 014/060/36/00 $152.43 HUISH JAMES LELAND 1/2 177/250/12/00 $1,204.84 001/353/08/00 $926.45
BAILEY GAIL & DAN E DONNELLY TIM SEAN 056/190/07/00 $1,142.92 188/130/03/00 $771.00 RODRIGUEZ GERMAN
099/141/10/01 $1,187.62 097/122/03/01 $833.76 HUNTER ARTHUR C & SUSAN M 188/220/21/00 $704.90 100/062/11/01 $267.52
BAINS BALWANT S & GURMEET K DOOLEY KENNETH A 60% 108/010/01/00 $98.40 MATTHEWS WILLIAM C ROLAND PHILIP E 1/2
098/093/06/01 $429.60 038/110/73/00 $3,320.80 HUNTER PAMELA J 051/130/05/00 $355.18 097/184/10/01 $1,644.28
BAKER RHETT W DRAGOS V BADEA MIC TRUST THE 118/050/31/00 $3,604.26 051/130/13/00 $42.82 ROMAN JAIME ANTONIO
031/010/19/01 $384.78 156/250/02/00 $256.08 HUYNH HAU 1/2 MATTHIAS GEORGE L & SHEILA 095/280/01/01 $228.52
BALLARD ODIS L TTEE EATON JOHN HAMILTON 100/174/16/01 $227.91 033/240/06/00 $184.86 ROSE DEMIAN & MARY AMBER
021/180/24/00 $138.78 027/111/08/00 $2,065.52 JACINTO VINCENTE F & MADELALUZ MAY BARBARA 170/081/02/00 $6,983.27
BALMAIN GARY V JR 1/2 ELLIOTT WILLIAM F & CAROLYN C 006/061/24/00 $394.73 141/100/14/00 $2,852.54 ROSS CHARLES
037/150/01/00 $537.63 100/144/11/01 $302.34 JAYNES JESSE & JOYCE MCCRAY GARY 168/230/24/00 $148.78
037/150/02/00 $64.31 EPTON MICHELE 097/151/08/00 $1,433.68 019/480/02/00 $678.89 RUGH DIANE LAURA
BANK OF NEW YORK TTEE 144/260/16/00 $714.32 JEANE KATIE MCDADE ARTHUR & MARTI 019/130/51/00 $1,835.20
002/184/03/00 $926.64 ESTEBAN EDITHA 1/2 037/650/02/00 $1,431.88 013/830/01/05 $1,357.40 RYAN DAVID C & DIANE
BARRETT SHANE & JENNIFER 098/153/01/01 $170.84 JENKINS JACOB MCDONALD JEREMY & NICOLE 178/150/04/00 $1,105.72
033/114/02/00 $211.15 EVANS BAYSHAUM B 147/254/07/01 $76.15 160/200/15/00 $2,540.66 178/150/66/00 $3,775.68
BARTOLO REMEDIOS V 014/400/18/00 $122.22 147/254/08/01 $82.07 MCDONALD JEREMY D & NICOLE S 178/150/67/00 $350.58
096/281/07/01 $357.92 014/400/29/00 $500.72 JENSEN DOUG & NANCY 169/130/30/00 $3,487.10 SALAMANCHUK GEORGE A JR
BARTOW CRAIG EXCHANGE BANK TTEE 001/111/25/00 $677.50 MCDONELL JOHN C & LINDA C 100/175/03/01 $184.92
103/141/06/00 $2,659.12 166/240/12/00 $9,233.42 JIMENEZ JAVIER 1/2 069/291/29/00 $1,574.48 SALAZAR TERI
BECKLEY TRAVIS 166/240/13/00 $803.62 003/581/28/00 $509.10 MCKEE MILDRED E TTEE 145/093/22/00 $5,658.46
056/200/10/00 $100.46 166/240/14/00 $291.06 JOHNSON MELISSA 097/220/05/01 $308.62 SANCHEZ FROILAN G & ELISA A
BEJARANO ARMANDO & SUSAN LINDA FANG MINGYU 001/391/08/00 $4,646.48 MEHTLAN ROSS L & MICHELE L 181/131/08/00 $630.34
056/420/04/00 $1,624.66 014/360/13/00 $99.76 JOHNSON REX R & RUTH BACCI 018/052/18/00 $830.46 SANCTUARY FOREST INC
BELL KERRY B FARGEY STAR 1/2 038/240/04/00 $251.36 MENDOCINO BEVERAGES INTERNATIO 051/160/01/00 $34.16
147/322/04/01 $357.24 037/050/45/00 $36.10 JORDAN HOWARD & MADELEINE 021/120/85/00 $4,150.18 051/270/03/00 $231.92
BELLINO PETE FRANK / FAULKNER JAY D 027/443/28/05 $423.79 MENDOCINO RAILWAY SANCTUARY INVESTMENTS INC
170/220/61/00 $1,183.98 121/061/34/00 $743.15 JUAN ROBERT PATRICK 019/030/20/00 $34.14 123/060/17/00 $100.82
BENNETT JANELLE ELAINE FAUSTO FRANCISCO 052/010/05/00 $39.72 MENDOZA FRANCISCO 1/2 SANDI DOMINADOR R & ULDARICA P
014/230/42/00 $858.76 147/253/05/01 $385.79 JUSTUS DARLENE 1/2 048/350/13/00 $4,753.10 099/053/11/01 $415.14
BERNAL GABRIEL & MARTA FEENY TAYLOR 103/142/01/00 $482.65 MILLER BURKE SARKELA STEVE & LISA
144/252/05/00 $1,098.86 099/042/02/01 $987.06 KENDL ERICK S & JENNIE L 162/100/62/00 $5,782.94 001/490/67/00 $4,082.50
BERNSTEIN JOSEPH E & ERICA H FELICITY CALLA / 098/203/01/05 $69.90 MILLER KATHLEEN TTEE SAYERS PAUL 1/3
053/200/08/00 $1,257.28 147/062/08/01 $835.32 098/203/02/05 $38.98 100/063/16/01 $724.72 051/180/09/00 $57.46
BIRKAS ANNA C 1/2 / FETTIG KIETH KESENHEIMER ERICA L MILLER RACHEL 1/2 051/180/10/00 $68.00
026/110/02/00 $344.62 013/500/20/01 $218.20 026/390/34/00 $51.58 118/560/02/00 $295.46 SCHRAGE ALLEN
026/110/03/00 $445.04 013/520/12/01 $786.06 026/390/58/00 $250.41 MILLER ROBERT M 108/132/06/00 $1,511.16
BISHOP GRANT & BARBARA FILLMAN GAYLE EILEEN 026/390/84/00 $93.16 118/080/02/00 $4,761.20 SCOTT JULIE D
047/010/36/00 $657.53 152/210/14/00 $790.72 026/390/85/00 $93.16 118/080/04/00 $1,194.14 001/353/06/00 $411.46
BISSELL SHELDON TTEE 22.92% FINDS THE FEATHER DANIEL TTEE KING RAY D & RHONDA JO 118/080/15/00 $3,024.44 SELLMER WALTER J & CAROL A
047/080/14/01 $5,724.22 037/050/59/00 $1,057.88 161/020/09/00 $1,045.85 118/080/16/00 $2,483.14 161/290/11/00 $692.63
BLOM CINDY FINNEGAN BARBARA Z TRUST KIRKWOOD GREGORY LYNX MINIKEL GENE JR & DORA SENOT MELBURGA V
008/048/02/00 $2,194.32 037/070/01/00 $150.92 100/352/06/01 $134.42 038/214/06/00 $2,904.32 098/272/08/01 $478.00
BONADUCE BENJAMIN G 037/070/08/00 $104.74 KIRTLAN ROBERT R & HAZEL A MINO VIRGINIA 1/2 SESANTE MAXIMA M
013/810/09/00 $1,469.76 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF REDWOOD 017/430/33/00 $611.76 096/341/10/01 $181.88 096/284/15/01 $275.98
BOWMAN CONRAD K & TRUDY L 162/280/13/0C $125.50 121/200/04/00 $766.76 MITCHELL LEROY & PATRICIA A SGHAYER RASHAD O
053/020/12/00 $1,694.14 FITCH JACKIE KLIPPEL BARRY ALLEN 001/202/10/00 $421.06 099/083/02/01 $245.72
BOWMAN CONRAD K II & TRUDY LYN 001/400/58/00 $1,386.17 053/412/14/00 $258.52 MIZE STEPHEN T & KRISTIN L SHAPERA MAURICE M 1/2
053/020/10/00 $188.90 FITES HOWARD KNOLL MICHEAL & LOIS 165/090/36/00 $278.25 032/224/08/00 $249.20
053/020/16/00 $1,366.74 119/530/11/00 $2,548.24 099/120/06/05 $33.44 MOLLETT CHARLES E III & SHEILA 056/500/15/00 $627.10
BOWMAN KENNETH D & DONNA M FLORES AUGUSTO C & LIZA MARIA KOOMLER MARIE 098/234/09/05 $143.98 SHARP HEIDI DENISE
012/690/51/00 $62.14 100/232/04/01 $264.82 100/183/07/01 $191.69 MOORE DANIEL 1/2 020/440/56/00 $1,710.98
BREEDEN JEAN SOUTHWICK FONSEN KELLY D KREL ALLA A 1/2 037/580/06/00 $362.32 SHEPHERD LEE C & JULIANNA C
006/092/05/00 $523.15 104/010/12/00 $228.20 098/103/07/00 $58.94 MOORES WILLIAM M & TONA E 179/180/19/00 $707.26
BREZINSKI GERALD FRANKLIN ROBERT M KUENZL HARDY 1/2 132/100/19/00 $1,583.58 SHERGILL SUKHJINDER S & BHUPIN
099/134/19/00 $86.62 097/102/05/05 $142.00 013/570/27/01 $749.36 MORRIS MARVIN P & WYNONA D TTE 005/149/03/00 $2,372.58
BROCKMAN ANGELA M 1/2 FREY PETER C & KAREN K KVASNICKA VICKI L 098/021/03/01 $604.77 005/149/09/00 $470.82
033/250/16/00 $116.44 006/010/19/00 $630.85 006/077/42/00 $1,918.64 MORRISON MICHAEL & DAVETTE SILVA ALFREDO
BROCKWAY PATRICK L FROST BRIAN LACEY JOSEPH C & CAROL J 006/077/44/00 $768.23 032/300/39/00 $1,293.70
038/450/17/00 $1,049.46 014/220/38/00 $138.74 147/070/04/00 $830.90 MUSGRAVE DENNIS L & TRINA ANN SIMILA DANIEL J
BRUNTON FRANCES M TTEE FROST BRIAN R & BRENDA K LANGLEY EDITH L 179/080/47/00 $319.82 143/031/04/00 $1,031.47
097/041/06/01 $220.14 014/220/04/00 $506.58 002/102/63/00 $782.94 N R L L INC SIMMONS DAVID & APRIL
BRUSHY MOUNTAIN HUNTING CLUB GALLEGOS PETER R LARSON ERIK 1/2 098/203/03/05 $78.30 183/190/07/00 $2,560.46
035/270/07/00 $182.64 003/074/04/00 $617.90 014/100/58/00 $411.20 NELSON JON SIMS GERALD C
035/270/12/00 $227.84 GALLO MARY & GUIDO TTEES LARSON ERIK 1/4 098/212/12/01 $1,733.92 106/080/08/00 $588.53
035/270/13/00 $57.16 098/062/14/01 $101.02 014/020/51/00 $219.34 NEUSTEL JAMES F & KIMBERLY A SINGH SURJIT & ANITA RANI
035/280/02/00 $144.54 GANDEZA ARNOLD & CRISTINA 1/2 014/040/16/00 $219.58 001/460/30/00 $1,304.08 098/114/05/01 $634.84
035/280/03/00 $96.12 100/234/16/01 $426.20 014/040/21/00 $112.78 NEVES MARGIE D 098/114/06/01 $634.84
BUFARDECI NUNCIO 75% GARCIA MISSY THOMASA A 014/040/24/00 $1,329.04 098/342/12/01 $371.30 SMALL LESTER & APRIL
108/193/26/00 $1,245.96 100/221/08/01 $382.86 014/040/25/00 $126.23 NEVIN THOMAS S 184/062/11/00 $890.60
108/213/01/00 $481.62 GARCIA TOM 014/040/26/00 $331.74 098/124/07/01 $973.68 SMITH BRUCE J
BURKHART JEFFREY S 011/430/23/00 $520.92 014/040/27/00 $288.32 NEWPORT KATE 033/240/57/00 $260.26
127/060/09/00 $8,414.44 GASS CORYELL ESTATE OF LARSON SHEILA TTEE 011/480/18/00 $552.80 SMITH SAMUEL F
BURNS STEVE R 018/300/08/00 $585.93 014/200/46/00 $849.54 NGUYEN HOA 1/2 097/296/04/01 $289.50
184/051/02/00 $882.09 GILPATRICK ARLO EUGENE TTEE LAWRENCE LARRY L & TONJA R 098/174/05/00 $102.24 SNODGRASS DYLAN RONDAL
CABEZAS ENRIGUE 098/302/04/01 $259.06 144/040/13/00 $3,715.59 NICHOLS ROBERT J & PATRICE K K 051/071/53/00 $198.76
001/370/03/00 $792.19 GNATOWSKI TAD & HADLEY LEACH ELLEN 118/200/16/00 $3,075.42 SNYDER WILLIAM K & TAMMY J
CAIN ROBERT D & KATHERINE M 006/076/04/00 $1,264.63 012/540/22/00 $1,410.90 NOEL RUTH 056/200/11/00 $412.03
098/272/14/01 $335.78 GODWIN JIM A & DOLORES A LECH VICTOR 1/2 129/030/04/00 $1,265.66 SOHL MARIE
CANALES MICHAEL R 036/090/01/00 $304.70 098/233/05/01 $1,079.32 NORGARD LEANNA L 012/611/22/00 $37.08
002/311/36/00 $4,352.42 GOLDENGHOST SYRACUSE LEFFLER DIONNA MICHELLE ADMINI 168/280/08/00 $1,942.44 SOSS LESTER L
CAO HUY CAM 105/280/12/00 $3,490.24 031/040/32/00 $785.66 OLEARY DAVID 035/180/18/00 $1,296.74
097/074/04/01 $135.15 GOOD DAVID C LEONARD RANDY 103/190/13/00 $1,099.60 SOUTHERS BRIAN JOHN & DORIS LY
CAPOZZI M BELINDA 056/340/02/05 $1,110.52 003/022/04/00 $4,867.12 OLEARY DAVID J 019/402/08/00 $1,814.70
002/102/16/00 $1,093.28 056/340/08/00 $310.82 LEPLEY ROSALYN TTEE 032/224/06/00 $162.29 SPENCE LAURIE E MARKOWITZ TTEE
CARMICHAEL WILLIAM A TTEE GORMAN TERRY N 014/140/35/00 $68.42 032/224/10/00 $162.29 001/440/05/00 $2,915.43
032/320/25/00 $53.42 001/291/10/00 $2,088.24 LEWIS SCOTT & DANA 032/224/21/00 $172.09 STANTON MARK
CASH DANIEL E & LANAE R GREGERSON DAVID & CAROLYN C 097/315/13/01 $378.62 032/225/08/00 $162.29 013/570/33/01 $2,292.74
103/240/04/00 $1,176.00 100/061/04/01 $439.74 098/013/15/01 $373.98 032/225/22/00 $96.06 STEVENSWOOD HOSPITALITY GROUP
UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, 2007 -13
121/010/13/00 $15,796.56 627-07
$4,824.36 NOTICE TO BIDDERS
10 NOTICES 10 NOTICES 10 NOTICES 10 NOTICES 120 HELP
WANTED 120 HELP
STRAUSS CLARA D NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be Climbing The Get your reservation in Climbing ADOPTIONS & ACCOUNTANT Accounting:
098/352/02/01 $266.80 received by the City Engineer of the City of Willits, County Mountain Together TODAY! FOSTER CARE FT Accountant to F/T opening for A/R
STUCKEY CINDY & LEO of Mendocino, State of California, until the hour of 2:30 FREE Educational Deadline 08/31/07 TLC Child & Family oversee AP, PR, data Clerk. Self-
017/310/08/00 $2,585.94 p.m., on the 5 the day of September, 2007 at which Lecture Learn how you and Services seeks families. maintain GL, prepare starter, 10-key &
SULLIVAN HARLEY E & PATRICIA M Sat. Sept. 8, 2007 your family can make Reimbursement, training & FS and required bank computer knowledge.
time they will be publicly opened and read aloud in Alzheimer’s
10-11:30 am preparations for professional support reporting, prepare and Apply in person, Kelly
100/156/16/01 $219.96 the conference room of the City of Willits, 111 East Caregiver Benefit provided. 463-1100
SUPPLE JOSEPH & ROBIN Commercial Street., Willits, California, for: Grace Hudson caregiving before the Grace Hudson maintain budgets, Moore Paint Co., 217
098/223/04/05 $32.98 CITY OF WILLITS Museum Community need arises. Also, Museum forecasting and E. Gobbi Street
SUPPLE JOSEPH 1/3 Room in Ukiah discover lifestyle CONSIDERING analysis. Min. BA
Willits Kids Club Building Project Sat. Sept. 8 Caregiver for mental
098/223/05/05 $34.50 “All you ever wanted to change you can adopt ADOPTION? degree or equivalent
Project 2007-05 2-6 pm health facility. PT & fill
SVEDBERG MYRLE D TTEE UND 1/2 know...” Featuring Joan NOW to maintain We match or five years exper.
Plans, Specifications and proposal forms for bidding Tickets $25 in. Various shifts
095/202/05/01 $178.98 Davis wellness and reduce Birthmothers with Benefits inc. health,
this project can be obtained at City of Willits Several dynamite $8-$10/hr. 467-0911
SWAN MELVIN DEE & DEBRA LYNN Alzheimer’s Assoc. for stress if faced with the Families nationwide. retirement, holiday and
Engineering Department, 380 East Commercial local artists will
161/120/12/00 $1,279.57 the Bay Area. task of caregiving. perform. Sponsored by:
Living Expenses Paid. vacation pay, etc. Job
Street, Willits, California, 95490 only. A non-refundable
SWEENEY ARLENE G TTEE Limited seating - There will also be Thrivent Financial for Toll Free 24/7 description &
payment of one hundred dollars ($100) for each set
098/343/03/01 $245.68 many fun prizes given Lutherans & Abby’s One True Gift application available
is required. Plans and specifications are available for
TAKIER JERRY TTEE away. RSVP to Soroptimist Adoptions. Solid Wastes
review at the following Builders Exchange offices:
096/181/01/01 $144.51 North Coast Builders Exchange FIND Redwood Caregiver of Willits, Come Join
TAMAYO JON T
1030 Apollo Way WHAT YOU Resource Center @ 1-
800-834-1636 or 707-
Tickets: Mendocino 30 LOST &
FOUND 350 Franklin Ave.
TAYLOR JOHN T
P.O. Box 8070 NEED IN 542-0282
Book Co., Ukiah
Chamber of Commerce
Santa Rosa, CA 95407
folding chair & sweater Admin. Assistant
019/130/15/00 $284.30 (707) 542-9502 Respite care available Ukiah, and Leaves Of General Office, tribal ● Gift Shop Clerk
Grass, at Anton Stadium last
TAYLOR THOMAS J & FAY M McGraw-Hill Construction L by reservation only membership services. ● Host
Willits or any day at the
098/143/10/01 $107.83 by calling above phone
TAYLOR THOMAS J & FAY M TTEES
130 Doolittle Dr. # 1 A numbers. Committee Member or concert. Must be experienced ● Hostess
San Leandro, CA 94577 S Carole Hester @ 707- with group Benefits. Coyote Valley
(800)400-7212 S 463-1231. Fantastic Admin & HR. Strong Shodakai Casino
THOMAS JEFF C & SHANA J Reed Construction Data
037/070/09/00 $1,065.84 30 Technology Parkway South Ste., 500
IFIEDS! silent auction items MS Office Suite exp, 7751 N. State St.
available! typing min 40 wpm Redwood Valley
THOMAS KEITH E 1/3 Norcross, GA 30042 (cert. req’d), records M-F 9-5 EOE
149/060/13/00 $131.56 (877) 255-0353 I am a tiny doggie. A
THOMPSON WILLIAM J 1/2
Humboldt Builders Exchange
2355 Myrtle Avenue
Eureka, CA 95501
Classifieds Work - 468-3500 female 1 year old Fox
Terrier with such a
cute collar. The collar
mgt, strong English
comp skills req’d,
exper a pls, travel
COOK NCO I-II HS
017/160/43/00 $818.84 (707) 442-3708 does me no good since arrangements, & ASST. COOK -
TODD SARAH B Solano-Napa Builders Exchange PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE it has no tags on it and research capability. Min $8.71-$9.15/hr DOQ
003/072/07/00 $3,544.78 135 Camino Dorado I can not find my way 2-yrs prev Admin/Exec w/bene, 37 hr/wk, 9.5
TOLLOW MATTHEW & JANI CREEL- P.O. Box 2400 659-07 652-07 home. I did make a Asst exp REQUIRED. mo/yr. Ukiah. Cook for
170/131/30/00 $2,655.60 Napa, CA 94558 8-28,9-4,11/07 8-21,28,9-4,11/07 mistake and walk Exceptional yg children exp in lg
TREPTE LEE (707) 255-2515 Notice to Creditors FICTITIOUS without my person on organizational skills an scale cooking pref.
069/060/26/00 $6,295.16 Sacramento Builder's Exchange SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF BUSINESS NAME E. Gobbi on 8/22 so I absolute must. Native NCO app: req. (800)
TROTTIER ROBERT 1331 "T" Street MENDOCINO STATEMENT was picked up by the American hiring pref. 606-5550 x302.
167/300/11/00 $372.30 (P.O. Box 1462) In re the File No.: 2007-F0571 dog catcher and brought Call Maria at 707/ Closes 8/30/07 @ 5
TROUETTE PAUL & VICKIE Sacramento, CA 95811 Case No. SCUK CVPB 07-25079 THE FOLLOWING to the Ukiah Shelter at 987-3670 for typing PM (postmark not
099/044/11/01 $1,919.96 (916) 442-8991 KATHERINE J. SPIVEY PERSON(S) IS (ARE) 298 Plant Rd. If not cert. requirements & accepted). EOE
TUBBS WILSON L III & MARTELEA Shasta Builder's Exchange DOING BUSINESS AS: found I will be up for fax with resume to
October 31, 2006 Counselor
008/302/33/00 $2,139.00 2990 Innsbruck Dr. BONITA FASHION adoption 8/28. Call 707/987-9091.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tapestry Family
TWELLS GORDON T & RAE L Redding, CA 96003 1214 Airport Park Blvd. Sage 467-6453
as restated in the entirety on All Shifts FT & PT Services
178/150/19/00 $3,407.72 530-221-5556 Suite E
August 14, 2007 by Mark L. Gladden Available!!! Support Counselor to
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA The work includes furnishing all plant, materials, Ukiah, CA 95482
[Probate Code Section 19050] No experience needed. work with children in
013/500/08/00 $36.40 equipment, labor, transportation, light, power, water Gerardo Cervantes
Decedent. Higher wage with innovative activity-
013/510/02/00 $36.40 and services required to erect the building and accomplish 137 Meadowbrook Dr.
Notice is hereby given to the creditors and contingent experience This year's based after-school
URIBE TAWA all the property improvements shown on the Plans, Apt A
creditors of the above-named decedent that all persons seniors program in Ukiah.
056/150/05/00 $2,182.04 specified, implied or required to attain the completed Ukiah, CA 95482
having claims against the decedent are required to welcome. Full training Great team, excellent
VALDEZ CHRISTOPHER M & JENNIFE conditions contemplated in the design, by the This business is conducted Young, old or middle
file them with the Superior Court, at 100 North State provided. Drug testing benefits. Min AA
096/173/07/01 $183.96 Architect, and requires school safety coordination with by an Individual. The aged, it does not matter.
Street, room 108, Ukiah, California 95482, and mail required, cannabis not degree & experience
VALERIO EFREN & MINERVA Blosser Lane Elementary School. In accordance with registrant commenced to All age dogs get lost. I
or deliver a copy to DANIEL DAWSON, as Trustee of tested for hire. Assist w/ children in mental
097/261/12/01 $209.63 California Public Contract Code Section 3400, bidders transact business under the am a puppy with neck
disabled in their home health or rehab
VANDERZWAAN ROLF F may propose equals of products listed in the technical the THE KATERINE J. SPIVEY LIVING TRUST dated fictitious business name or wounds who was "lost"
and on outings. Call setting. $18 to $21/hr
026/390/24/00 $51.58 specifications or project plans by manufacturer name, October 31, 2006, wherin the decedent was a Trustor, names listed above on 8- in Potter Valley. Right
for dep on ed and exp.
026/390/25/00 $400.30 brand or model number, unless the technical at PASSALACQUA, MAZZONI, GLADDED, LOPEZ 17-07. Endorsed-Filed on next to me is an old girl
interview 485-5168, 463-3300 for app
026/390/33/00 $93.16 specifications or plans specify that the product is & MARAVIGLIA, LLP, 1201 Vine Street, Suite 200, 08/17/2007 at the (a terrier mix) found on
485-0165, 468-0602 packet. Apply now,
VANHOUSEN JAMES & JANET necessary to match others in use. Complete P.O. Box 455, Healdsburg, California 95448-0455, Mendocino County Clerks Gobbi Street in Ukiah.
032/570/03/00 $416.06 information for products proposed as equals must be Office. We both came to the ASSEMBLY/TEST deadline 8/31/2007
within the later of four (4) months after the date of first
VANNUCCI PHILIP M & STACEY R T submitted to the City Clerk’s Office for review at least /s/Gerardo Cervantes Ukiah Shelter on 8/21. TECH Electronic/
publication of notice to creditors or, if notice is mailed CPA Tax Preparer
179/240/31/00 $2,169.28 seven (7) working days before the time specified for GERARDO CERVANTES If we are not found we Mechanical. hourly +
or personally delivered to you, thirty (30) days after Ukiah CPA firm seeks ‘08
VARELA MAURICIO ANTONIO bid opening in accordance with the bidders instructions will be up for adoption bene after 6mo. NTech
the date this notice is mailed or personally delivered 653-07 tax season (Jan-Apr)
099/133/14/01 $379.92 contained in the bid package. In accordance with California on 8/27. There are 740 S. State Ukiah.
to you, or you must petition to file a late claim as provided 8-21,28,9-4,11/07 exp’d CPA or tax prof.
VARGAS ROBERT I & ROBIN L Public Contract Code Section 20170, all bids must be many lost pets at 298 Info@
in Section 19103 of the Probate Code. A claim form FICTITIOUS Knwldg of QB’s & Lacerte.
096/253/15/01 $165.32 presented under sealed cover and include one of the Plant Rd. Lost you dog NTechindustries.com
may be obtained from the court clerk. For your protection, BUSINESS NAME Flex. hrs. Send resume to
VATMAN GREGORY A / following forms of bidder’s security: cash, cashier’s check STATEMENT or cat? ASSISTANT email joy@ joycwardcpa.com
you are encouraged to file your claim by certified mail,
098/322/05/01 $425.02 made payable to the City, certified check made payable File No.: 2007-F0572 Please come and look
VILLALPANDO JOSE SANCHEZ / with return receipt requested. or call Sage at 467-
COOK Customer Service Rep.
to the City, or a bidder’s bond. THE FOLLOWING
020/490/11/00 $1,325.44 Dated: AUGUST 13, 2007 PASSALACQUA, 6453 Must be exp. Inside Sales, Exp.
The amount of bidder’s security provided must equal PERSON(S) IS (ARE)
WALKER LARRY S & JAN E MAZZONI, GLADDED, LOPEZ & MARAVIGLIA, LLP Pre-employment Preferred. Requires
at least ten (10) percent of the total of the bid price DOING BUSINESS AS:
049/280/20/00 $529.62 MARK GLADDEN, Attorney for DANIEL DAWSON physical & drug good organizational &
for the base bid and the additive or deductive items
WALTON JONATHAN D
listed in this notice. The successful bidder must submit
to the City complete, executed copies of all required
/s/ Mark Gladden
570 Tehuacan 70 TRAVEL
interactive people skills
& computer skills.
Ukiah, CA 95482 TIMESHARE!!! Medical benefits. Great benefits. EOE.
WATKINS CHRISTOPHER L & MONICA documents within eight (8) working days of receiving MARK GLADDEN
Centurion PAYING TOO MUCH 4 Free co-op child Respond
036/200/91/00 $759.50 written notice of award of the project. Bidder’s security Attorneys for Trustee Consulting Group, LLC. maintenance fees and care. Apply firstname.lastname@example.org
WATSON CHARLES F of any successful bidder that fails to do so will be forfeited 570 Tehuacan taxes? Sell/rent your Trinity School or send resume to
053/110/16/00 $703.36 to the City. Such required documents include, but are Ukiah, CA 95482 timeshare for cash. No 915 W. Church St. METALfx, 300 E. HIll
WATTS DEBORAH not limited to, a payment or labor and materials bond PUBLIC NOTICE This business is Commissions/Broker Ukiah Rd, Willits, CA 95490
006/120/15/00 $299.52 in an amount of at least 100 percent of the amount conducted by a Limited Fees. 1-877-868-1931.
WERTHEIMER THOMAS JOSEPH 1/2 payable by the terms of the project contract and that Liability Company. The ATTENTION CDL DIESEL
107/054/14/00 $492.77 satisfies the requirements of California Civil Code Section 633-07 registrants commenced DRIVERS MECHANIC
3248, and a performance bond in an amount of at least
100 percent of the amount payable by the terms of
Trustee Sale No. 07-538 Loan No. 0086555869 Title
to transact business under
the fictitious business
w/Solid Customer Base
5 yrs. exp. Good pay. +
benefits. Clean DMV.
WILBURN JONI G & RODNEY LEE 2/ the contract. All project bonds must be executed by Order No. 1400822 APN 107-210-09 TRA No. name or names listed A/R Specialist Needing Great Quality 462-9318.
033/240/38/00 $396.16 an admitted surety insurer in accordance with NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE YOU ARE IN above on Aug. 20, 2007. Are you detail and Drivers!
WILLCUTT ANTHONY 1/2 applicable law and acceptable to the City. DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF TRUST DATED Endorsed-Filed on Aug. customer oriented? We Listen. We Pay DRIVER-CDL Training:
100/236/06/01 $326.18 Pursuant to the provisions of Section 1770 et seq. of 4/14/2005, UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT 20, 2007 at the Mendocino 2yrs min exp Attention. Call $0 down, financing by
WILLIAMS THOMAS F & DELVINIA L the Labor Code of California, the Director of Industrial YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC County Clerks Office. w/automated acctg McKELVEY Now Central Refrigerated.
108/080/13/00 $95.87 Relations for the State of California has ascertained SALE. IF YOU NEED AN EXPLANATION OF THE /s/Jeffrey W. Kram systems? We offer 1-800-410-6255/ Drive for Central, earn
108/120/01/00 $538.24 the current general prevailing rate of wages for employer NATURE OF THE PROCEEDINGS AGAINST YOU, JEFFREY W. KRAM competitive comp & up to $40K+ 1st year!
WINNIE JEFFERY & PATRICIA family benefits at hire. BOOKKEEPER 1-800-587-0029 x4779.
purposes, in Mendocino County, State of California. YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER. On 9/11/2007 Vise President
147/311/12/01 $32.32 Applications accepted P/T w/busy real www.CentralDrivingJob
Not less than the general prevailing rate of per diem at 10:00AM, Marin Conveyancing Corporation, a California
WINNIE JEFFERY A & PATRICIA M 670-07 estate office. s.net
wages for work of a similar character in Mendocino Corporation as the duly appointed trustee under and online at
147/311/13/01 $328.40 8-28,9-4,11,18/07 Quickbooks exp. nec.
County and not less than the general prevailing rate pursuant to Deed of Trust Recorded on 04/25/2005 www.wabtec.com Driver:
WM SPECIALTY MORTGAGE LLC TTEE FICTITIOUS Payroll, AR & AP.
of per diem wages for holiday work fixed as provided as Instrument No. 2005-08740 of Official Records in Location: USA, CA, Don’t just start your
003/390/31/00 $3,123.16 BUSINESS NAME Knowledge of office
in the California Labor Code shall be paid to all workers the Office of the Recorder of Mendocino County, Willits; or by mail or in career, start it right.
WOOLSEY JAMES & NELLY STATEMENT equipment &
engaged in performing the project. California, executed by: Eric W. Liddell, a single man, person at 452 E Hill Company sponsored
096/154/01/01 $220.14 File No.: 2007-F0576 procedures a+. Hourly
In accordance with the California Government Code as Trustor, "mers" Mortgage Electronic Registration Rd, Willits, CA 95490. CDL training in 3
WUERFEL MARK D THE FOLLOWING wage based on exp.
Section 1773.2, copies of the applicable Systems, INC. (MIN# 100013800865558692), acting An AA/EEO Employer weeks. Must be 21.
056/160/04/00 $784.12 PERSON(S) IS (ARE) Send reply to box 03092,
determinations of the Director are on file in the City solely as a nominee for Greenpoint Mortgage c/o Ukiah Daily Have CDL? Tuition
WUERFEL MARK D & DANA DOING BUSINESS AS:
of Willits, City Clerk’s Office and may be reviewed upon Funding, INC, as Beneficiary, WILL SELL AT PUBLIC
056/130/18/00 $264.44 request. A mandatory Pre-bid meeting is scheduled
NANCY’S NOTES FIND Journal, P.O. Box 749, Reimbursement!
AUCTION TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH 1416 S. State #5 WHAT YOU Ukiah, CA 95482-0749. email@example.com
WUERFEL MARK D & DANA G for this project on August 21, 2007 at 10:00AM. (payable at time of sale in lawful money of the United 1-800-781-2778.
056/160/03/00 $188.04 In accordance with California Public Contract Code States, by cash, a cashier’s check drawn by a state
Ukiah, CA 95482 NEED IN Business
056/160/08/00 $749.26 Nancy Lee Buchanan DRIVER: The respect
Section 3300, a valid class A California or national bank, a check drawn by a state or federal 1416 S State #5 $60,387-$78,992 that you deserve...Get
YAMBERT ROBERT A contractor’s license is required to bid on the project.
credit union, or a check drawn by a state or federal Ukiah, CA 95482 L or it at Swift! Swift offers
In accordance with California Public Contract Code savings and loan association, savings association, or A
This business is conducted Accountant excellent miles,
033/150/16/00 $964.69 Section 22300, except where prohibited by federal
YOUNG TOBIAS CAMPBELL 15%
savings bank specified in section 5102 of the by an Individual. The S $49,756-$68,361 compensation, regional
regulations or policies, the successful bidder may, on Financial Code and authorized to do business in this S
registrant commenced to One position to be and dedicated runs. No
162/011/03/00 $247.08 request and at its expense, state). at: At the main entrance to the Mendocino County IFIEDS!
transact business under the filled at either experience necessary!
162/013/08/00 $585.66 substitute securities in lieu of amounts withheld by the Courthouse, 100 North State Street, Ukiah CA, all right, fictitious business name or Business Mgr. or Training available.
2TNT LLC City from progress payments to ensure performance title and interest conveyed to and now held by it under names listed above on 8- Accountant level. 1-866-476-6828.
132/300/32/00 $993.72 under the contract in accordance with the contract PUBLIC NOTICE
said Deed of Trust in the property situated in said County, 20-07. Endorsed-Filed on Salary placement is www.SwiftTruckingJobs
I certify (or declare), under penalty of perjury, that the documents. The City of Willits reserves the right to California describing the land therein: As more fully 08/21/2007 at the based on education .com. EOE
foregoing is true and correct. postpone the date and time for the opening of proposals described in said Deed of Trust The property Mendocino County Clerks 620-07 & experience in the
/s/ Shari L. Schapmire at any time prior to the date and time announced in DRIVERS - $1000
heretofore described is being sold “as is”. The street Office. 8-14,21,28,9-4/07 appropriate field.
Mendocino County Tax Collector the advertisement in accordance with applicable law. HIRING BONUS
address and other common designation, if any, of /s/Nancy L. Buchanan FICTITIOUS Mendocino
Executed at Ukiah, Mendocino County on August 28, The City of Willits reserves the right to reject any and Golden State
the real property described above is purported to be: NANCY L BUCHANAN BUSINESS NAME County Office
2007. all bids or to waive any defects or irregularity in bidding Overnight is hiring
14003 Tomki Road, Redwood Valley, CA 95470. The STATEMENT of Education
in accordance with applicable law. In accordance with full & part time
undersigned Trustee disclaims any liability for any 621-07 File No.: 2007-F0541 Visit
California Public Contract Code Section 20103.8, if drivers with insured,
incorrectness of the street address and other common 8-14,21,28,9-4/07 THE FOLLOWING www.mcoe.us/jobs
the City elects to award a contract for performance dependable van or
designation, if any, shown herein. Said sale will be made, FICTITIOUS PERSON(S) IS (ARE) 467-5012 or
of the project, the contract will be awarded in accordance pickup w/shell for
but without covenant or warranty, expressed or implied, BUSINESS NAME DOING BUSINESS AS: firstname.lastname@example.org
PUBLIC NOTICE with California Public Contract Code Section 20162 local morning small
regarding title, possession, or encumbrances to pay STATEMENT SOMMERSVILLE Open until filled.
and other applicable law to the responsible bidder package delivery
the remaining principal sum of the note(s) secured by File No.: 2007-F0546 CELLARS, ALBION, ELK Apply by 9/17/07
submitting a responsive bid with the lowest total bid routes in both
605-07 said Deed of Trust, with interest thereon, as provided THE FOLLOWING VINEYARDS, CAMERON to assure
price for the base bid without consideration of the bid Mendocino & Lake
8-7,14,21,28/07 in said note(s), advances, if any, under the terms of PERSON(S) IS (ARE) HUGHES WINE consideration.
price for any additive or deductive items. All bids will Counties. Earn a
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE the Deed of Trust, estimated fees, charges and expenses DOING BUSINESS AS: 501 Parducci Rd. competitive wage
remain valid for 90 days after the bid opening. Except CABLE TECHS
FOR CHANGE OF NAME of the Trustee and of the trusts created by said Deed UKIAH CELLARS Ukiah, CA 95482 plus mileage
as permitted by law and subject to all applicable remedies, NEEDED
Case No. SCUK CVPT-07-99069 of Trust, to-wit: $497,761.98 (Estimated) Accrued interest 501 Parducci Rd. Mendocino Wine Group, reimbursement plus
including forfeiture of bidder’s security, bidders may Currently looking for
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF and additional advances, if any, will increase this figure Ukiah, CA 95482 LLC additional
not withdraw their bid during the 90 day period after employees/subcontract
MENDOCINO, Court House, Ukiah, CA 95482 prior to sale. The beneficiary under said Deed of Trust Mendocino Wine Group, 501 Parducci Rd. reimbursement for
the bid opening. ors to install cable TV,
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF: heretofore executed and delivered to the undersigned LLC. Ukiah, CA 95482 fuel cost.Routes
a written Declaration of Default and Demand for Sale, 501 Parducci Rd. internet and phone in
Graciela Delgado 671-07 This business is available Mon-
and a written Notice of Default and Election to Sell. Ukiah, CA 95482 Lake/
THE COURT FINDS that Petitioner(s) Graciela 8-28/07 conducted by a Limited Fri.&Tues -Sat.
The undersigned caused and Notice of Default and This business is Mendocino County.
Delgado has/have filed a Petition for Change of PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE Liability Company. The Benefits available
conducted by a Limited (No experience
Applicant(s)’ name FROM Graciela Delgado, Gracia The Ukiah Unified School District will conduct a public Election to Sell to be recorded in the County where registrants commenced includinghealth
Liability Company. The necessary) If interested
Delgado hearing on Tuesday, September 11, 2007, to gather the real property is located and more than three months to transact business under coverage & 401k
registrants commenced please call
TO Gracie Delgado community input regarding sufficiency or insufficiency have elapsed since such recordation. “CHECKS NOT the fictitious business w/company match.
to transact business under (530) 547-4431.
THE COURT ORDERS All people interested in this of instructional materials in our school district. PAYABLE TO MARIN CONVEYANCING name or names listed Contact Steven
matter appear before this court to show cause why Parents and community members are encouraged to CORPORATION MUST BE EXCHANGED WITH THE the fictitious business above on Aug. 3rd, 2007. Koller 866-779-7726 or
this application for change of name should not be granted attend. The meeting will be held as follows: AUCTIONEER WITHIN ONE BUSINESS DAY.” name or names listed Endorsed-Filed on Aug. FIND email@example.com
on: Tuesday, September 11, 2007 Dated: 8/13/2007 Marin Conveyancing Corp ATTN: above on Aug. 7th, 2007. 3rd, 2007 at the WHAT YOU
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WANTED 120 HELP
WANTED 120 HELP
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WANTED 120 HELP
WANTED 200 SERVICES
OFFERED 250 BUSINESS
RENTALS 300 APARTMENTS
UNFURNISHED 330 HOMES
FOR RENT 380 WANTED TO
DME Biller General Maintenance for Environmental FIRST 5 Mendocino TRUCK DRIVERS: SBL home repairs. A quiet offc. dwntn. 3bd.2ba. 2 car gar. Room w/cbl/frg, kit, bth
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chips, Current DMV
resources or related
field. FT - competitive
Cover ltr & resume to fax
terrorism by keeping
the Army National RDH. Looking for
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UKIAH gar., quiet, 615
Donner Ln. $1495/mo.
printout. Starts at wage and generous to Kristen Jack 77-462- Guard supplied. 1-800- 272-7388 MOVE IN SPECIAL 945-0222 965-1935 Bombardie Sportster
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3bd2ba. townhse. new. $11,000 obo. 621-
g. Job desc. at
UVAH is looking for:
Rehab Aide (30+ hr 205 FINANCIAL
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per wk. position, M.-F)
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Injury Cases: Pending
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$1300/mo. 391-5950 440 FURNITURE
for the 2007 or 468-3024 CARRIERS 2 lthr couches. Cocktail
3br 2ba Fen. yd, 2 car gar,
harvest. Job duties will
include cellar work, Jensen’s Restaurant
Drivers for its Regional
extra income? Would
you like to set your
position possible F/T,
M-F. 35+ hrs per wk.,
Real Estate Notes, 300 APARTMENTS
UNFURNISHED CENTURY 21 Oak Flrs, Cherry cabs,
granite counters. $1750.
table. 2 side-
tbls. Pd $2500 Will sell,
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activity. Willing to work Southeast California.
overtime. Able to
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choose. We have the
answer. If you are
FT Skills Instuctors
FT Janitorial position
1-800-803-9960. yd., playground
468-0463 4bdrm 3bth, w/ river
view. Gardener incl.
No phone calls. & Outstanding Pay interested contact -M-F 8am-4:30 pm LENDER Avail 9-20. $1900/ Mo. GE SELF-
Previous experience is Job/Contract Package. CDL-A
Ralph via Email at:
Medical, vision, dental,
1&2bd Apts. available
on 351 N. Main 310 APARTMENTS
FURNISHED 521 Kennwood Dr.
helpful but not Developer - $800/$875/mo, Upstairs, in town,
7729 www.National more information. paid holidays, sick & 260 Homes Must Be
required. $9.50/hr BA in business or no pets. 462-4759 furnished studio. Builder Closeout Sealed burners.
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(union) to start. Job related field, exp. will be SALESPERSON $650/mo. $560 dep. $15K above cost. 2006 model
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employment drug math/communication & WITH KIDS Building new renovated, wd flr, cbl Area. +/- 3000 sqft. 30” Touch pad oven
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990 S. Dora St.
ready, new appl, 320 DUPLEXES Call now @ controls. Timer $450
Applicants may apply
in person M-Th 8am-
4pm at Dunnewood
Excel, MS Outlook),
contract analysis &
development, F/T or P/T
403 B. Small
Ask for JP 468-9215 or
apply on line at Ukiah Ca 95482-707-
dwntwn. $1000/mo +
2BD/1BA Avail 9/1.
W/D, storage, covered
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Vineyards 2399 N. salary negotiable, fax Ask for Linda Sue parking $850 480-6063 APPLIANCES
pay & bens. Starting Route. Do you earn 391-5050 Beautifully restored.
SECRET Vocational & FURNITURE.
State St. Ukiah, CA. No res 120707.448.6892/
phone calls please. VV,VJO,Napa areas
sal $11.76+ hr. On the
job training prov. Flex.
F/T, P/T pos. avail.Fax
To evaluate local
$800 in a day? Your
own local candy route. LEE KRAEMER 330 HOMES
ER Energy is looking for Includes 30 machines PROPERTY MGMT $1400/Mo. Willits. 3bd Bdrm. suite/2 bth
a self motivated person
to do in store sales &
resume to 463-6957
businesses. Flex hrs,
training provided. 800-585-
15 hrs. week
and candy. All for
Spacious 1bd1ba. 2ba. View of lake &
forest & more. 707-486-
Both: Quiet, Grges
Pristine & Spacious
No. Circle Indian 9024 ext 6520 Work with youth $750. 275 gal diesel tank
customer service. Phone Driving Team MultiVend, LLC 880 7193, 762-4951 No Pts/Sm 468-9003
Housing Authority is Sherwood Oaks Long with disabilities in POOL, LAUNDRY, with 100 gal red
and computer skills a A local petroleum Grand Blvd., Deer
seeking a F/T Term grades 8-12. CARPORTS 1bd.1 ba. Hopland diesel in it. $350, you
Park, NY 11729.
must. PT to start, possible
working into FT position.
distributor is currently
Class A Drivers
is currently hiring for
1-888-625-2405 No Section 8. with lrg. fenc. yd. W/D
HU. Fridge. No sect. 8
Apply in person at 3301
processing of mail, 463-2134 SINGLE MOTHER of 36 Volt forklift
N. State St. Ukiah. 462- the following of Education START YOUR OWN Avl. now. $800+dep.
Applicants will need prepare mo. Board 4yr old, looking to rent battery. Like new.
2874 management and staff Visit Landscape Curbing 744-1396
to have full packets, maintain NEWER room w/private Great for solar.
Contact Dan Gamble positions: www.mcoe.us/jobs Business- High
endorsements, clean various logs, serve as entrance or $1200/bo. 467-1959
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DMV, current medical key operator of studio/granny unit for
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●Hostess F/T, year-round. school. No more than
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1430 N. State. $60,000+ annually. deadline: Sept. 4th. Full Requirements: ability to w/excellent ref’s. No QUEEN SERTA mattress,
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office. Mail resume to holiday, vacation pay. Pinoleville Drive, copiers, & printers; filing; Snack/Soda. All 1973 Talmage Rd. No
246 Hospital Dr. Ukiah
Family & Child
Please apply in person
Ukiah. Ph: 468-1336.
Indian Preference in
good writing/editing skills;
Brands, All Sizes.
Healthy & Energy Too!
2 bdr. $850 TH $950.
pets. $875 + $875. 462-
380 WANTED TO
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2401 N. State St. Ukiah Come join our great $475/mo. furnished Model. Many jets.
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P/T thru Christmas! Kim Butler at (707)
of stairs. 30 hrs/wk Financing Available
Spacious 2bd. Pool. NS/pets neg. $1500
No S/P/D, sec. dep. Warranty. Never used.
Specialist Journeyman Level 964-6333 or pick up Can deliver. Worth
Pouring bottles of oil & @$16/hr + benefits. H20, trash pd. $825. 468-5556
Central Office, Nice, Auto Mechanic w/$7,500 Down. 1-877- /mo. $1500/dep. 1338
vinegar. $10/hr. application at 130 $5700. Sell $1950 with
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Thomas 463-2646 Dana St., Fort Bragg new
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sponsor the total cost The Community
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to 707-274-4233. 749, Ukiah, CA 95482- EXPERIENCED Top 401K! No Money
Indian 0749. Warehouse Person
pay benefits. (707)554- Down! No Credit
Hiring Preference Fast paced Retail
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FIREFIGHTER PHARMACY CLERK/ seeks versatile,
TRAINEE. TYPIST in training. hardworking individual
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school grads ages 17- MATH, people skills, loading, shipping &
34. Must be in good P/T 9-1, or 4-8, or F/T. Teacher for pre school. receiving support. Sal.
physical condition and
willing to relocate.
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BLUE DRUG DO NOT
come to pharmacy. Call
Head Start head
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resume to 707-459-2247 FINANCING AVAILABLE
Good pay/benefits. Call
today for interview
707-468-5220 www.capsonoma.org or
ROOM SALES Good Credit • No Credit • No Problem
1-800-345-6289. Open until filled. PHARMACY Friendly, outgoing
Apply by 9/17/07
Full or part time.
personality with a passion
for wine. Must be able to
consideration. Willits Rexall SALES work all weekends, live
CONFIDENTIAL Rep. Max. Travel 6 within an hour commute
Medical Assistant. FT. hours from home. of Anderson Valley,
Development 90 S. Main St. Willits.
Patient skills Gone M-F. Commission Mendocino Co. and have
Commission of 459-6877
essential, also Position. Company avg. solid computer skills. Full
Mendocino County Fax 459-3299
computer knowledge. pays $820/wk. Call time position with health,
has F/T position in Good benefits. Pre School Teacher 1-800-225-6368, dental, paid vacation and 1999 Toyota Rav 4 1994 Ford Explorer 2000 Suzuki Grand Vitar
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complete payroll and Metal Analyst Child Care
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budget development annually. D.O.E. For full Starting $9.40 per hr.
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1341 or email
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11,995 5,995 9,995
performs main good salary, long NOW HIRING cleaning. 272-8215
Apply $ $ $
interface with Lindsey established business. ● Auditor - P/T
software. Complete job No phone calls. ● Kitchen
915 W. Church St.
description & Respond with resume Ukiah 95482
application available at to 208 ● Security,
1076 N. State St. Mason St. ● Cashiers APARTMENTS
Ukiah, CA 95482, EOE MOUNTAIN VIEW ● 2 Floor Managers Studio
707-463-5462x101, ASSISTED LIVING ● Exp. promotions $640.............................................Great Location
TDD 707-463-5697. (senior housing) & marketing $800.............................................Redwood Valley, secluded, clean 2005 Ford Freestar 2005 Ford Focus 2001 Chevrolet Ext. Cab
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FT DOG BATHER, will $775.............................................West Side, clean
CAREGIVERS Friendly attitude $900.............................................Brand new must see
3,995 13,995 7,995
train, PT pet care MED PASSERS helpful. Willing to $ $ $
assistant. Must work BEAUTICIAN train. 984-6800 2 Bedrooms
some weekends. Apply or come in for $785......................................Upstairs, some utilities paid
COOK P/T $785......................................New carpet, some utilities paid
at Best In Show 976 application.
ALL SHIFTS $785......................................Close to shopping
Mazzoni St. No Phone Drug test & 200 Cahto Dr.
$825......................................Quiet complex, nice units
Calls! background check Laytonville
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warehouse Apply at 1343 S. Dora Now offering Applications available at
person. Good DMV. Beverly Sanders Realty
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245 East Standley St.
$ $ $
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Edge Wireless is currently hiring an energetic, Picture Perfect $1500 Clean and ready for you $1350
full-time Wireless Consultant for its Ukiah store.
2006 Ford F-250 1999 Ford F-250 4x4 1991 Honda Civic
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Alexander Estates $1450
customers in the selection of wireless phone equipment, features and service
plans, and account support/maintenance. Stay current and knowledgeable on
wireless service, coverage maps, rate plans, products and selling skills.
Perform administrative tasks and maintain accurate records as required. 1-2
years customer service/sales experience required.
Westside of Town
New paint, clean, Wood floors
3 Bed 2 Bath
Garage, Low maintenance yards
2350 N. State Street
Spanish speaking bilingual candidates
are strongly encouraged to apply.
Single garage, Large yard $1350
All rents subject to discount for timely payment!
Close to town $1350
Ukiah • (707) 463-2141
We offer excellent benefits, competitive compensation and a great work Applications available at
environment, including incentive bonus opportunity, commission potential, Beverly Sanders Realty
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our online application at www.edgewireless.com. An equal opportunity
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3-DAY FORECAST SUN AND MOON REGIONAL WEATHER CALIFORNIA CITIES
Shown is today s weather. Temperatures are today s highs Today Wed. Today Wed.
TODAY and tonight s lows. City Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W City Hi/Lo/W Hi/Lo/W
Anaheim 89/66/s 89/66/s Napa 89/60/s 90/54/s
Antioch 92/64/s 92/60/s Needles 110/87/s 113/87/s
96 Sunrise today ............. 6:37 a.m.
Arroyo Grande 81/56/pc 82/52/s Oakland 79/56/pc 84/56/s
Rockport Atascadero 91/58/pc 93/57/s Ontario 99/67/s 104/68/s
Sunset tonight ............ 7:50 p.m. Auburn 98/68/s 98/73/s Orange 89/66/pc 89/63/s
Moonrise today .......... 8:05 p.m. 70/54
Areas of low clouds and fog, Barstow 104/77/s 108/79/s Oxnard 77/61/pc 72/61/s
then sunshine Moonset today ........... 6:49 a.m. Laytonville Big Sur 80/58/pc 82/57/s Palm Springs 109/83/s 111/85/s
Covelo Bishop 95/58/t 98/57/s Pasadena 90/66/s 91/70/s
95/57 Blythe 109/87/s 111/88/s Pomona 93/66/s 94/62/s
MOON PHASES Burbank 96/67/s 100/69/s Potter Valley 96/59/pc 95/58/s
TONIGHT Westport California City 100/72/s 104/70/s Redding 103/64/s 104/66/s
Full Last New First 75/53 Carpinteria 74/60/pc 72/60/s Riverside 99/67/s 100/68/s
Catalina 71/64/pc 73/66/s Sacramento 98/62/s 99/62/s
57 Chico 98/68/s 99/66/s Salinas 75/59/pc 76/58/s
Fort Bragg Willows Crescent City 62/53/pc 63/55/pc San Bernardino 96/65/s 100/67/s
Aug. 28 Sept. 3 Sept. 11 Sept. 19 Death Valley 119/85/s 123/85/s San Diego 76/68/pc 79/68/s
Clear Downey 88/67/pc 88/66/s San Fernando 90/66/s 92/67/s
Encinitas 81/65/pc 82/66/s San Francisco 80/58/pc 82/58/s
ALMANAC Elk Willits Escondido 89/67/s 92/65/s San Jose 89/65/s 93/65/s
65/54 93/56 Eureka 66/52/pc 66/52/pc San Luis Obispo 82/57/pc 84/57/s
Ukiah through 2 p.m. Monday Redwood Valley
Fort Bragg 71/53/pc 70/54/pc San Rafael 70/57/pc 72/57/s
Temperature Fresno 102/75/s 104/75/s Santa Ana 81/66/pc 82/67/s
99 High .............................................. 92 UKIAH Gilroy 86/62/pc 88/58/s Santa Barbara 72/57/pc 75/59/s
Low .............................................. 51 96/57 Indio 108/80/s 111/82/s Santa Cruz 78/59/pc 79/59/s
Normal high .................................. 89 Lakeport Irvine 81/66/pc 82/67/s Santa Monica 75/65/pc 77/65/s
58 Normal low .................................... 54 95/61 Hollywood 88/66/s 89/66/s Santa Rosa 86/54/s 90/54/s
Record high .................. 109 in 1944 Philo Lake Arrowhead 90/61/s 93/54/s S. Lake Tahoe 81/46/s 83/44/s
Mostly sunny Record low ...................... 40 in 1921 87/58 95/62 Lodi 98/66/s 100/62/s Stockton 100/64/s 100/62/s
89/59 Lompoc 72/55/pc 73/62/s Tahoe Valley 81/46/pc 83/44/s
Long Beach 85/67/pc 86/67/s Torrance 82/65/pc 83/67/s
24 hrs to 2 p.m. Mon. ................ 0.00" Los Angeles 89/68/s 91/68/pc Vacaville 98/62/s 100/60/s
THURSDAY Month to date ............................ Trace Gualala
69/56 Clearlake Mammoth 74/50/t 78/46/t Vallejo 74/57/pc 75/55/s
Normal month to date ................ 0.12" Marysville 99/67/s 100/61/s Van Nuys 93/65/s 97/67/s
100 Season to date .......................... 0.12" 95/62
Modesto 98/68/s 100/68/s Visalia 99/67/s 100/67/s
Last season to date .................. 0.00" Monrovia 93/67/s 93/68/s Willits 93/56/pc 92/56/s
Normal season to date .............. 0.17" Cloverdale Monterey 68/56/pc 68/56/s Yosemite Valley 95/57/pc 98/57/s
58 91/60 Morro Bay 74/58/pc 73/58/s Yreka 95/54/s 97/56/s
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rain, sf-snow flurries, sn-snow, i-ice.
Lake Mendocino – Lake level: 726.66 feet; Storage: 51,142 acre-feet (Maximum storage 122,500 acre-feet) Inflow/Outflow: Not reported
Air quality – Ozone: .040 ppm (State standard .090 ppm) Carbon monoxide: .45 ppm (20.0 ppm) Nitrogen dioxide: .009 ppm (.25 ppm)
Bill seeks to change how unions can organize farm workers
By DON THOMPSON ers while it waits to see if the bill Schwarzenegger to veto the bill. Francisco. The measure passed the The Assembly also approved
Associated Press becomes law, union president Arturo “They don’t seem to be that suc- Assembly in July and was sent to another Simitian bill that would pro-
SACRAMENTO — Unions Rodriguez said. cessful, so they want an easier way to Schwarzenegger over Republican hibit drivers under age 18 from using
would be able to organize farm The union sought the change after organize,” Gabriel said. “We think objections. a cell phone when they are behind
workers by collecting signed mem- suffering a loss two years ago while this totally circumvents the whole Rodriguez, of the UFW, and four the wheel. A Simitian bill approved
bership cards instead of holding an trying to organize workers employed secret ballot process. It’s beyond my laborers met last week with last year requires adults to use a
election with secret ballots under a by one of the nation’s top producers understanding how a union organizer Schwarzenegger to lobby for the bill. hands-free device when talking on a
bill sent Monday to Gov. Arnold of table grapes. Rodriguez said 80 coming up to you and saying ’Sign In other legislative action cell phone while driving and takes
Schwarzenegger. percent of workers expressed interest this card’ is free choice.” Monday, the Assembly approved a effect next July.
Supporters said the change would in forming a union, but only 47 per- There are strict rules against bill 64-4 that would prohibit an The new bill would prohibit 15-,
deter intimidation by growers and cent voted in favor by the time of the intimidation on both sides, Gabriel employer or anyone else from requir-
election a week later. said. 16- or 17-year-olds from using a cell
could help boost the ranks of unions. ing a person to have an identification phone or other “mobile service
In turn, farmers predicted it would “Anybody who looked at that “The employer should have the device implanted under their skin.
have the opposite effect and allow says, ’What happened in seven right to give their side of the argu- device” while driving.
days?’ Obviously there had to be a ment,” he said. “Just because they The measure is one of a series of ———
coercion by union organizers. bills proposed by Sen. Joe Simitian,
Schwarzenegger has 30 days to lot of intimidation, coercion,” he said (union organizers) lose an election Associated Press Writer Steve
consider the bill after the Senate in an interview. doesn’t mean there is grower intimi- D-Palo Alto, to control use of radio Lawrence contributed to this report.
agreed to technical Assembly That organizing vote was upheld dation.” frequency identification devices. ———
amendments on a party-line, 23-14 by the state Agricultural Labor That argument wasn’t enough to They can be placed in badges, pass- On the Net:
vote. He has not taken a position. Relations Board, said Roy Gabriel, a persuade a majority of Democratic ports, driver’s licenses and on bodies Read the bills at
The United Farm Workers union lobbyist for the California Farm legislators who supported the bill by to transmit radio signals with identi- www.senate.ca.gov and www.assem-
has stopped trying to organize labor- Bureau Federation, which is urging Sen. Carole Migden, D-San fying information. bly.ca.gov
Assembly votes to put Iraq pullout measure on ballot Tickets
By STEVE LAWRENCE ers if Bush should “achieve Loni Hancock, D-Berkeley. Armed Forces of the United But Perata said he doubted
Associated Press the immediate, complete, safe “We need to give the citizens States, end the United States that an advisory vote on the Continued from Page 1
SACRAMENTO — and orderly withdrawal of of California a concrete occupation of Iraq and Iraq war would translate into expanding, Ballek said Ukiah
Putting Gov. Arnold United States forces” from opportunity to express their achieve the immediate, com- votes for the term limits initia- residents will be seeing a lot
Schwarzenegger in a tight Iraq. hopes.” plete, safe and orderly with- tive. more of the new parking vehi-
political position, the state Schwarzenegger has tried Assemblyman Jared drawal of United States “I don’t know if anything is cle -- much to some people’s
Assembly voted Monday to to steer a middle course on the Huffman, D-San Rafael, said forces; and, further, shall going to help that,” he told chagrin.
place a measure on issue, saying he supports the the decision to invade Iraq President George W. Bush and reporters. “We previously hadn’t
California’s Feb. 5 ballot urg- troops and the war on terror was a “terrible mistake, one the Congress provide the nec- While the Assembly was covered all of the parking dis-
ing President Bush to immedi- but also backs a “timetable for that’s making our country essary diplomatic and nonmil- debating whether to pull out trict, but now with the vehicle
ately withdraw American withdrawal.” weaker, not stronger — one itary assistance to promote people are getting tickets that
A spokesman for the gover- that’s empowering terrorists.” peace and stability in Iraq and of Iraq, the Senate approved a
troops from Iraq. resolution urging the president hadn’t expected it,” Ballek
The 43-32 roll call left the nor, Aaron McLear, said But Republicans argued the Middle East?” said. “They’ve probably been
proposal one step from Schwarzenegger had not taken that an immediate withdrawal Some Republicans charged to stop sending National
Guard troops to fight in Iraq parking illegally for about a
Schwarzenegger’s desk. It a position on the bill. would threaten U.S. troops, that the bill was a cynical year and getting away with it,
was sent back to the Senate, “We’re aware of it,” encourage terrorism and trig- attempt by Democrats to boost and Afghanistan.
The measure’s author, Sen. but now that our vehicle is out
which approved a slightly dif- McLear said. “We have not ger more violence in the the turnout of voters who also there we can catch people.”
ferent version of the bill in reviewed the final version. We region. might support an initiative to Carole Migden, D-San
Francisco, said members of The city had previously
June. will review it and obviously “Yes I want to withdraw modify legislators’ term lim- used more than one parking
Final approval by the take a position and take action from Iraq,” said its. The term-limits initiative, the National Guard are needed enforcement vehicle on its
Senate would send the bill to on it.” Assemblyman Paul Cook, R- which is intended for the Feb. at home. routes, but Ballek said the
the Republican governor, who The Assembly vote split Yuca Valley. “But I want to do 5 ballot, would allow Perata “We are plagued by earth- high cost of the Go-4 limited
could risk angering members mainly along party lines, with it so we do not endanger those and dozens of other lame- quakes and wildfires” in their order to only one. But he
of his own party by signing it Democrats arguing that the troops and ... embolden cer- California, Migden said. “We said the possibility of order-
invasion of Iraq had been a tain elements.” duck lawmakers to run for re-
and putting it on the presiden- election next year. don’t have adequate ing another is being consid-
tial primary ballot or veto the disaster that had cost the The version approved in resources, personnel.” ered.
United States dearly in lives the Assembly would ask vot- “This is a political poll
bill and draw the wrath of the On the Net: “Another vehicle may be
war’s opponents. and dollars. ers the following question: being done for political rea-
sons at a politically expedient Read the measures, SB924 something in the future that
The bill, by Senate “If silence equals consent, “Shall President George W. and SJR10, at we require. We’ll look into it
President Pro Tem Don we cannot remain silent any- Bush, in support of the men time,” said Assemblyman
John Benoit, R-Palm Desert. www.senate.ca.gov when the time comes.”
Perata, D-Oakland, asks vot- more,” said Assemblywoman and women serving in the Zack Sampsel can be reached
Mannon hadn’t discussed the
Crisis “We have to immediately stop the program.We
are working on reassignments in vacant pro- Music school renewing its lease
upon completion, but the
grams. We are hoping this won’t result in any lay- school is looking more
Continued from Page 1 offs.” Continued from Page 1 toward the present.
– County Mental Health Director Noel O’Neil “We don’t know yet about WAR (R) - ID REQ'D DIG (510) 730
“What made this program “I would like to see us renewal,” Ganoung said. “It THE NANNY DIARIES (PG-13) DIG (520) 745
so successful is that they had a mental health department Proposition 63 was a expand into having teachers depends on a lot of other
ended a million dollars in the proposition on the Nov. 2, RUSH HOUR 3 (PG-13) DIG (530) 740
tracking system,” he said. available on weekends,” unforeseen things and the
“Every time a homeless per- red last year and will now 2004 ballot and was officially Ganoung said. “We want to bank’s vision.” SUPERBAD (R) - ID REQ'D DIG (420) 700
son began receiving services begin attempting to reappoint known as the Mental Health add a few more instruments, With seven years left to THE INVASION (PG-13) DIG (525) 750
they collected information the county’s five AB34/2034 Services Act. It levied an as well. In fact, we have a see what happens with the
program employees. BECOMING JANE (PG) DIG (430) 710
and when they were going additional 1 percent tax on harp teacher now who came School of Music, Gould is Times For 8/28 ©2007
“We have to immediately incomes of $1,000,000 or optimistic and open to any
into employment or housing stop the program,” he said. on board last year, Jessica
they would be faxing docu- greater to fundamental health Schaeffer. She’s worked with possibilities.
ments to one site in the state.
“We are working on reassign-
ments in vacant programs. We
service programs beginning the Ukiah Symphony before “We’ve still got a lot of
ideas for the school, and
It meant an incredible amount January 1, 2005. and we’re excited for her to
are hoping this won’t result in Selix said this money was we’re not done yet,” Gould
of money saved in things like any layoffs.” be here. But mostly we’d like
meant to be supplemental said. “We’d like to continue
emergency room visits and California Council of to expand into more instru- to expand, and you know,
court costs.” funding, not the primary ment instruction. It’s a
Community Mental Health source for sponsorship of the anything’s possible.” Need a watch battery
The 2005 Mendocino Agencies Executive Director promising idea.” Zack Sampsel can be reached or watch band?
County Homeless Census Rusty Selix said the governor program. Ganoung said he and at email@example.com.
resulted in a count of 1,947 “Generated over a billion Stop By today...
has made it clear that the pro-
per year,” he said. “All it’s
homeless people on the streets
and in emergency shelters,
gram could be funded through
other means. done so far is recover some Got family? D. William Jewelers
transitional housing, perma- “The governor’s message is cuts. Now we’re back to even. Pear Tree Center
nent supportive housing, that counties could restructure There’s too many people with 462-4636
domestic violence shelters, Prop. 63,” he said. “There is mental illness on the street to
voucher motels, hospitals, severe legal doubts that the lose this.”
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O’Neal said the county’s likely will take several years.”