Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on March 17, 1998 · Page 18
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18—TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1998 THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL •14' Tuesday, March 17 OBITUARIES Lucy MacNab Memorial contributions for Lucy MacNab may be made to Hospice of Ukiah or the charity of your choice. At her request, there were no services. Mrs. MacNab died Saturday, March 14, 1998. She would have been 108 next month. She was born April 23, 1890, in Drayton, Canada. She is survived by son, John H. MacNab; son and daughter-in-law Keith and Madeline MacNab; sister, Lillian McDougall; grandsons Sandy, Bill and Ian and wife Vicky; and great-granddaughters Sarah and Haylay. Eversole Mortuary is in charge of arrangements. Ida Ferris Cooper REDWOOD VALLEY - A funeral for Ida Ferris Cooper will be held at 2 p.m., Thursday at Eversole Mortuary with Steve McCoy officiating. Burial will follow at the Ukiah Cemetery. A viewing is scheduled from 10 a.m. until 1 :30 p.m., Thursday. Mrs. Cooper died Sunday, March 15, 1998, at a Ukiah hospital. She was 67. She was born April 1, 1930, in Orleans. A resident of Redwood Valley for six years, she was a charter member and dance instructor for many years at the Arthur Murray Dance Studios, where she received numerous awards. After she retired, Mrs. Cooper enjoyed gourmet cooking and working in her flower and vegetable gardens. She is survived by her husband, Howard Cooper of Redwood Valley; son, Charlie "Fergie" Ferguson of Redwood Valley; daughter, Deon Daggs of Ukiah; brother, Fred Ferris of Reno, Nev.; sisters Nola King of Willow Creek, Betty Readon of Eureka, and Alberta Canclini of Ukiah; and many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Ella M. Durm Private graveside services for Ella M. Durm will be held at Cherokee Cemetery in Lodi. Mrs. Durm died Saturday, March 14, 1998. She was 98. She was bom Nov. 25,1899, in Creighton, Neb. In 1941 she moved to Stockton, then to Ukiah in 1982. She was a homemaker for 77 years. Mrs. Durm was a lifetime member of the VFW of Stockton and a member of the Methodist Church. She is survived by her children Delpha Brown of Kelco, Wash., Delmar Durm of Franklin, N.C., and Bonita Brazil of Ukiah; 10 grandchildren; 31 great-grandchildren; and 11 great-great-grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Ukiah. The Eversole Mortuary is in charge of arrangements. Hiram O. Campbell, Sr. REDWOOD VALLEY - A funeral for Hiram O. Campbell, Sr. will be at 11 a.m., Thursday; a rosary will be at 7 p.m., Wednesday; and visitation from 3 p.m. today, all held at the Coyote Valley Gym. Mr. Campbell died Sunday, March 15,1998, at home. He was 78. He was born Nov. 9, 1919, in Talmage. He was a mill worker for Louisiana-Pacific and a veteran of World War II, having served in the Army. Mr. Campbell was an Elder in the Coyote Valley Band of Porno Indians. He coached women's softball for over 20 years. He is survived by his daughter, Angie Elliott; son, Hiram O. Campbell, Jr.; brother, Ira Campbell; sisters Doris Renick, Delma Eyle, and Thelma Pollard, all of Redwood Valley and Josephine Bernard of Tennessee; eight grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Pallbearers will be: Ira Campbell, Jr., Tyler Williams, Eddie Knight, Richard Feliz, Shi Martinez, and James Brown. Honorary Pallbearers: Hiram Campbell, III, Nicholas Campbell, and David Freeman, Jr. Arrangements are under the direction of Eversole Mortuary. Amateur weather watchers: To add your town to the map call 468-3526 luwwni-iuMUHRoW: Ctedr &&%* tor ftefcfty *a«ey fog. L6*s to the upper 30a to tWtMOs. ••«•"-'--»• fotesily sur%. l»atcr^ rft^rHH9 va1l^ite§. Hlffc tt «te t^^er 60S to upper 7f». Low/Ht#i- ferbokiralts-WniHs: 39/73. Ukiah: 44^8. Fort Sragg: 4&BO. Uk«)Ort: 42^6. wfcw-aA: thurlday: Areas ef easstel tow douds and fcig, efoerwlse fair. Highs hi the upper 40s to ir» m® 60s h to metintafos, fft <he uppo? 563 to flw low 70» at toa coast, m the 70s eteawfiare. LOWS .in the riM-m thrt^jh ««e &>s In tfte ifwufifsls, m m 4os and the tower 80s eteevrftere. Thursday hfght and Friday; IfMie^l^ cloudiness. A t$w& ot «<£rt itfrt trr tffe nd«h. Highs m «he after 60s to tow 608 In the mountattte, In the $* send f 09 eteewfcefe. Lows to m ujipet W& ahd 30s in the tftotmtatos, M fte 40s and the kntef 50s elsewhere. Saturday, ftaln s&madlr^ over m area. A M cooler. Lows frt (he upfttf 203 and 30s (n the mountains, in the 408 tod the towaf 50s elsewhere. Hlgns Ift (he 46s and §0s In the mountains, In the upper 50s and 60S else- ...J&JI.A& UKIAH TEMPERATURES RAINFALL 45' o.oo Last year's hi§H M 83 1^^)03/17 La§tyear'§ low „ >...;.4S, (n^nfdl seasbft Starts July 1) STATE TEMPERATURES Los Afi^eles^..... 68/54 Saii Pmncisco... 63/51 Sacramento ?a^o San Diego. 66/55 Safita 8arbara....6650 SaWa Rosa. Tl^St .70/58 Water Lake Mendocino Storage 84,238 acre-feet Max allowed. 122.500 acre-feet Inflow 522 cfs Outflow 220 cfs SUNRISE/SUNSET Sunset today: 6:24 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow: 6:16 a.m. HIGH TIDES High tide: 10:20 p.m. (Today) High tide: 1:38 a.m. (Tomorrow) AIR QUALITY measured 3/17 In Ukiah Ozone .029 ppm (stale standard .09) Carbon Monoxide 0.8 ppm (20) Nitrogen Dioxide .014 ppm (.25) POLICE REPORTS The following were compiled from reports prepared by the Ukiah Police Department. To anonymously report crime information, call 463-6205. LOOSE ROTTWEILER -A loose rottweiler was reported chasing a man in the 200 block of Burlington Drive at 6:08 a.m. Monday. The dog was again reported loose at 7:01 a.m. and 8:34 a.m. SPITTING ARREST -A 14-year-old girl was arrested in the 300 block of Seminary Ave. after she allegedly spit on a police officer's personal vehicle that was parked in the police department parking lot. SHERIFF'S REPORTS The following were compiled from reports prepared by the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office: PLANE CRASH VICTIMS IDENTIFIED - Victims of the fatal plane crash at Little River Airport on Sunday have been identified as Richard Limbaugh, 58, of Stockton, Mary Ann Limbaugh, 53, of Stockton, Chariot Marie Piacentine, 51, of West Sacramento, and Rogelio Rodriquez, 68, of West Sacramento. The plane crashed shortly after it took off at 2:41 p.m. According to Sheriff's Capt. Kevin Broin, the plane appeared to have turned and was heading back onto the runway when it instead crashed into trees in the wooded area adjacent to the airport. He said the cause of the crash is being investigated. CHP REPORTS FIRE AND RESCUE UKIAH FIRE DEPARTMENT MEDICAL AID - Firefighters responded to a medical aid call irf the 800 block of Grove Ave. at 9:16 a.m. Monday. A 79-year-old* woman was having back pain. ', MEDICAL AID - Firefighters responded to a medical aid call in; the 1000 block of Lockwood Drive at 10:19 a.m. Monday. An 84-', year-eld woman was having shortness of breath. • MEDICAL AID - Firefighters responded to a medical aid call in- the 700 block of Waugh Lane at 11:11 p.m. Monday. A 47-year-oldj woman had congestive heart failure. ; FALSE ALARM - Firefighters responded to a carbon monoxide; alarm in the 1100 block of Lockwood Drive at 5:23 a.m. today. Noth-: ! ing was detected. I ROAD WORK WEATHER'S TOLL ON ROADS MOUNTS - According to' Caltrans, Mendocino County highways have suffered $23 million in; damages since mid-January due to heavy rains. Humboldt County-; has suffered $6 million in damages. Caltrans has already spent $12,! million on emergency road openings in northern California and plans^ 34 expedited projects this summer at an estimated cost of $18 mil-^ lion. '•• The following were compiled from reports prepared by the California Highway Patrol: INJURY ACCIDENT - Two girls, ages 5 and 6, were injured when they were hit by a 1989 Dodge Caravan while walking in their apartment's parking lot. One girl, Kimberly Crespo, 5, was pinned under the van and dragged for approximately 8 feet. She sustained moderate injuries and was taken to Howard Memorial Hospital. The other victim, Rene Masterson, 6, sustained minor injuries and was also taken to Howard Memorial Hospital. The driver of the vehicle, Michele Chase, age unlisted, is Crespo's aunt, according to the CHP report. Those arrested by law enforcement officers are innocent until proven guilty. People reported as having been arrested may contact the Daily Journal once their case has been concluded so the results can be reported. Those who feel the information is in error should contact the appropriate agency. In the case of those arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant: all DU1 cases reported by law enforcement agencies are reported by the newspaper. The Dally Journal makes no exceptions. CORRECTIONS The rainfall data in Monday?s Ukiah Daily Journal was incorrect. There was no rainfall recorded for that period. The figure for total rainfall to date was correct. The Ukiah Daily Journal reserves this space to correct errors or make clarifications lo news articles. Significant errors in obituary notices or birth announcements will result in reprinting the entire article. Errors may be reported lo the editor, 468-3526. LOTTERY NUMBERS DAILY 3: 8, 4, 6. FANTASY 5: 01, 04, 06, 09, 36. DAILY DERBY: 1st Place: 1, Gold Rush 2nd Place: 12, Lucky Charms 3rd Place: 2, Lucky Star Race time: 1:47.51. Fire Railroad Continued from Page 1 have knocked the candle over. The dog was killed in the fire. When Steinman and her children arrived on the scene after midnight, the house was a total loss. Steinman was shocked to find the Red Cross at her door by 4 a.m. with vouchers for a room at the Holiday Inn in Ukiah, meals at Denny's and a gift certificate from Wal-Mart to by some clothes and other necessities. "You don't realize how great the Red Cross is until it happens to you," she said gratefully. Steinman and the children will be able to stay at the Holiday Inn until Thursday. After that, she's not sure what will happen. The children's father lives in Ukiah and they may be able to stay with him for awhile, she said. Embarrassed at donations already coming in, Steinman said she's thankful for the help nonetheless. What she really needs, she said, is some financial advice: how to apply for loans, what funding may be out there for her to replace her home with a trailer or other structure. She said she's been told she's not eligible for any social service programs because she is employed. She works three jobs: at the Redwood Health Club, at All Forest Products and for a local caterer. On Monday, Steinman was upbeat but admitted her situation hasn't really sunk in. She knows she's lost more than her home. "I'll miss the photos of the kids, the videos of them, those memories," she said. Anyone wishing to contact Steinman can do so through the Redwood Health Club in Ukiah at 468-0441. Gangs Continued from Page 1 said. Several petitions, signed by area residents, urge Massini to "prosecute these crimes to the fullest extent of the law." Since the arrests, Roberts said, no one has "tagged" the area's traffic circles or signs with graffiti. "The islands are painted white npw and we've had no more problems." Area residents she said, "have worked vuy hard to improve the safety and aesthetics .in this neighborhood," and the group wants to send a message to gang members, at least some of whom reportedly live in the area: Continued from Page 1 "Rail-Ways has been absolutely great," she said. NCRA Vice-Chairman Dennis Wood, in a press release about the $507,000 advance, said he was grateful for the aid offered. Wood added it had become clear during the recent round of discussions that the NCRA needed to regain the confidence of the government agencies it works Escape "We're not going to be victims. We're not going to put up with this." To get the message out as strongly as possible, Roberts and other members of the group will address the City Council, seeking a "letter from (the Council) in support of our efforts." She urges Ukiah residents "who want to put a stop to gang- related violence" to attend the meeting and support the Wagensellers group's petition. "This is just not a Sidnie Court issue," Roberts said. "It's happening all over the city. We're just being vocal about it." The council meets at 6:30 p.m. in the Ukiah Civic Center. with. "We have to complete our outside audits," he said, "resolve the FEMA audit issues, and regain the confidence of the California Transportation Commission. "This latest round of support by the Wilson administration is a clear signal that this railroad has a future, but the agency needs to take control of its destiny." Continued from Page 1 system to prevent such escapes. "We thought we had installed security when we built the building. We knew there was an area where a person could get from one area to another. We thought there was security grating. What was supposed to be there wasn't," he said. After breaking a hole in the ceiling and climbing into the duct, the inmates were able to find their way to the public corridor, where there is no jail staff, break another hole in the duct and ceiling and drop down. McDermott said finding the unstaffed corridor was probably dumb luck because no one, to his knowledge, knew the ducts weren't reinforced. He said the security breach is being fixed. The inmates apparently were seen by people visiting other inmates, but no one turned them in, McDermott said. "They didn't say anything," he said. At least not to law enforcement. "I believe one of them said, while interviewed on the radio, 'I've been in and out of this facility; I'm not going to turn them in,' " McDermott said. From the third-floor public corridor, the two men, wearing their jail-issued sweatshirts inside-out over their pale blue jail outfits, caught an elevator to the second floor and walked out with a group of visitors. The escapees' luck didn't hold out for long. Both went to places they were likely to get caught - Hagan to a bridge he was known to frequent, and King to his brother's house. "I think that's very typical," McDermott said. Mendocino County Sheriff's spokesman Capt. Kevin Broin said deputies were tipped off to King's whereabouts during a burglary investigation. But they would have looked for him eventually at his brother's home anyway, he said. Broin said Mendocino County has been lucky when it comes to jail escapes. "It's been six or seven years since we had somebody escape," he said. Directors meeting TAiesday The NRCA is holding its March meeting Tuesday at 10 a.m. at City Hall in Cloverdale. The board will discuss long- range planning goals and will hear a report from Director Sheridan Malone on Mendocino County's Regional Transportation Plan. The Mendocino Council of Governments first prepared the county's RTF in 1990, updated it in 1994, and readopted it in 1996. According to Malone, the plan calls for "a safe, energy efficient and balanced multi-modal system" which should be "imple- mented on the basis of area and regional priorities which view the transportation system in total and not by individual modes." Malone does not think MCOG's recent decision to reserve all $17.3 million in 1998 state transportation money for the Willits bypass matches up with the goals of its own plan. In his report to the NCRA, Malone says: "The recent decision by MCOG to fund the Willits bypass with all of the local money from SB 45" is not consistent with its own plan. Arrest Continued from Page I Johnson said he doesn't have any details about the South Lake Tahoe bank robbery. Hynes is being held in the El Dorado County Jail, and bail is set at $60,000. Ukiah police have been told the FBI will seek a federal indictment for Hynes and they plan to prosecute him at the federal level. 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