Car accident 13 mar 1972. Ukiah, California.
ERWC blasts Funeral rites discount The Eel River Water Council today blasted the U.S. Water Resources Council's proposed use of a seven percent discount rate to determine future benefits of water projects. In testimony prepared for the council hearings in San Francisco, Jerald Butchert, executive office of the Eel River group, declared the proposals to be "completely self-defeating". The Water Resources Council is proposing to broaden planning planning to examine many alternatives alternatives and to include environmental environmental factors — both good and bad", Butchert continued. continued. We agree with this approach 100 percent. "However, the use of the 7 percent discount rate automatically limits the planner and forecloses an examination okall alternatives. "Only those projects with a useful life of 10 or 15 years will survive the 7 percent discount test — and this is bad planning. Lee Rice, Eel River Council president declared, "It looks like a snow job". "I think they're caving in to political pressure by extremist. groups and so for the sake of expediency they set up this artifically high 7'percent rate. "In doing so they jeopardize sound resources planning in the whole North Coast region. "In fact," Rice concluded,. "They are proposing a giant step backward — and this is going to hurt the cause of conservationists and planners alike, and most importantly, the citizens of our area." Attacks man with bayonet John Frank Lopez, 23, Ukiah, was arrested by sheriff's deputies late Thursday night and charged with assault with a deadly weapon. Lopez was apprehended in a parking lot outside of a' Ukiah ^restaurant after he allegedly attacked Louis Glazier with a bayonet. Glazier was taken to a Ukiah —(Continued from Page I)— Hopland high school, closed several years ago, and used by the Hopland Rancheria Indians as a community center, will be the site of a requiem mass for five of the victims who lost their lives in the accident. Joint services for all five victims, who were related, will be held tomorrow at 1 p.m. with the Rev. Thomas Gowing officiating. officiating. Emilio David Inay, 24, driver of the 1965 Chevrolet was one of the last graduates at the high school before it was closed. Bom in Ukiah, Ejilio was a Wrestling fans become pugilists Wrestling fans at Carl Purdy Hall Saturday night received an unexpected attraction that probably should have been featured on a boxing ticket. According to Ukiah police, George Morris, 64, Ukiah, was taking tickets for the scheduled , wrestling match and shortly after the events began for no apparent reason was attacked by Truman Downs, 51, also of Ukiah. Police responded to the call of Roy Harris, who made a citizen's arrest on Downs, and took the suspect into custody. Downs was in city jail this morning facing charges' of assault and battery. Final rites conducted for Longberg Funeral services for Kenneth Warren Longberg, 31, Wyoming, former Ukiah Little League and Pony-Colt baseball standout and was also active In sports at Ukiahi. Also killed was his wife Ann Janet Inay, 21, and their son, John David, one year. Emilio is survived by his mother Delphlna Gascon, Hopland, and his grandmother, Alice Elliott, also of Hopland. Ann is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Bruner, Sepulpa, Okla; two brothers, " George Scott, Washington, D.C. and Melvin Bruner, Sepulpa; three sisters, Phyllis Warrenington, Chicago; Debra Bruner and Georgetta Bruner, Sepulpa; her grandmother grandmother Ida Harjo, Paden, Okla. Ann Had also lived in Ukiah for a year and was an employe of the Ukiah Library, the destination of the Inays at the time of the accident. Emilio will be buried in the Hopland Rancheria Cemetery. His wife and son will be interred in the cemetery at Sepulpa. Rosary services for the Inay family will be held tonight at 8 at the Hopland high school. Elliot Lopez, 19, was a resident of Sacramento, visiting in Ukiah. He is survived by his mother, Huberta Carrillo; three brothers, Darell Lopez,. Alfredo and Anthony CJarrillo; six sisters, Wanda, Brenda, Lisa, Wanita, Gavina and Tina Carrillo, all of Sacramento. He is also survived by his grandmother, Alice Elliot, Hopland. Elliot will be buried in the Hopland Rancheria Cemetery. Gladys Bernadette Knight, 31, is survived by five brothers, Ronald, Hale Patrick and Filbert Knight, -all of Hopland; Afredo Knight, Ukiah, and Aurelia Knight, San Francisco. She is also survived by her mother, Florence Anderson, and her grandmother, Alice Elliott, both of Hopland. Requeim mass for all five victims will be officiated by Fr. Thomas Gowing. Miss Knight will be buried in the Hopland Cemetery. Zimmerman Ukiah, will be Afton, were held this afternoon afternoon at Zimmerman Mortuary. Mortuary. Burial was in Ukiah Cemetery. MrrLongberg, who was born in Seneca, Kansas, and lived his boyhood years in Ukiah, died in Concord last Thursday. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Lela Longberg, Redwood Valley, four sisters, Karen Sidsu, Pleasant' Hills, Donna, funeral services Rancheria Mortuary in charge of of