The Press Democrat from Santa Rosa, California on May 2, 1966 · 2
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Vital Statistics Birf hs, Marriages, Divorces, Deaths SUL"!. To. ("T " Mrs. Michael U)v. oouna, ) ounce. nwmj-10 r. and Mn. James Wil- amt, iania Roa, at Santa Rosa Me- JKK.al MoiD.tal. Aoril 28, W6, a oirl, v pounds, 11 ounces. tCMARDS To Mr. and Mrs Ooroe RKharcK, s,,,),, Roia , s , R Memorial Mosoital, Aoril 28, 1966, a or, e pounds. '.?. E-To Mr. .nd Mrs. Anton Kwinoirr, sanig R0sa, at Santa Rosa Memor.sl Hospital, April 38, 1966, a Fiiiicrcjls tl'!. A IVllinlt Aim,,, SMITH To Mr, and Mrs. Mitchell Smith, Santa Rosa, at Santa Rosa Memorial Mosoital, April 2, 1966. a oirl. I pounds, 3 ouncps. IRATTIN To Mr. and Mrs. James Brat-t', Rohrrt Park, at Warrick Hospital, r.ffll.ti',,b0v.'.s l""1. J ounce CHAMBERLAIN To Mr. and Mrs. Theo- s.-rrDertain, Santa Rosa, at war- a HARDY In Sebastoool. April 39, 1966: p'aney j Marov, Deioved husband of Una Hardy of Sebastoool, lovinq father of William Hardy of Menlo Park. Ruth Billinas of Oklahoma, Joyel Hardy of Occidental, Lorene Johnson ot Madera, Henrvetla Wilson of Windsor, Woodson Hardy of Sunnyvale, Lo-trn Hardy of Oroville, Betty Fave Newpher of Pennsylvania. Yevonne Bartietf of Los Anaeies, lovino brother of A. V. Hardy of Oklahoma, Lexie riumer or aanqer. a native of Alabama, aae 74 years Friends are invited to attend funeral services Tuesday, May 3rd, 1966, at 11 A.M. at the Arwlv Funeral Chapel, 301 So. Mam St., Sebastoool (parking court on Petaluma Ave.) with the Rev. M. F. Crandall of tht Assembly of God Church, Sebastoool, officiating. In- nfrinenf oeoasiopcH lemeiery. High District Traltic Toll Told by Helwer rr if haVxirtital tn.II ta in. j . . n I"" au"' ' FERRARI - In He.osouro. April 30, w.n-T-s. MA Once Ferrri Ia, a nh Ferrari, Cloverdale. Beloved mother of yrs. i neresa ioinni, Cloverdale. Mrs MILLS To Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Mills, iMnta Rosa, af Warrick Hospital. April ';." boy, pounds, 2 ounces. ROMAN To Mr. end Mrs. Donald Ro- . men, same Kosa, at warrack Hospital, .JXJL".! "6, l'rl' 5 pounds, 8 ounces. JOHNSON To Mr. and Mrs. Edwin john- on Jr., Santa- Rosa, at Warrack Hos- piioi. may i, ivA6. a oov. pounds, i 2 ounces,. MARRIAGE LICENSES OLSON-ST. CLAIR Rov Christian Olson Ju, and Sherry Louise St. Clair, 30, - wm vi oma o, at neno. Car Swerves Off Road, Hits CHP Patrol Auto By Staff Correspondent HEALDSBURG - A Lytlon man was charged with drunk driving after his auto rammed the rear of a parked California Highway Patrol car Saturday night on Highway 101 near the Grant ave. overhead. ; .. The complaint has been filed against Preston Elias Thomas, 47. According to the CHP, the patrol car had stopp?d behind a disabled vehicle, '"well off the roadway with its blinker going." The driver of the disabled car was filling his tank with gas with two CHP officers standing by, when Mr. Thomas' north- Douna auio suddenly swerved to an emergency regime of pre-off the road and hit the rear ventive health measures at Los of the patrol car. Guilucos. with Public Health The unidentified driver and Service assistant th riispaeA two officers jumped out of the has been limited to onlv these Elsie Karr, Ckverdale, Arthur Ferrari! San Jose, David Ferrari, Cloverdale, Mrs. Josephine Patron, Cloverdale, jcnn r-erran, san Jose, Elmer Ferrari, Cloverdale and Norman Ferrari, wovaio ana me late Ray Ferrari end Lorraine Teehan. Lovina sister of Jif'ia Laurie, Los Getos. Aso survived by eioht grand-children and four oreat nrano-cmioren. A native of San Francisco, California aae 86 years. Friends are invited to attend funeral services Tuesday morning, May 3 at 9:00 at the Chapel of Fred Young & Co., Cloverdale. Thence to St. Peter's Catholic Church where Mass will be offered commencing at 9:30. Recitation or me Kosary Monday evening at 8;0C. imermeni iioveraaie Lemetery. BLAGS In Santa Roso, Mav 1. 1966. William r. Bleoo, beloved husband of Marjorie Blaag of Santa Rosa, dearly eeioveo rainer or wniiam r-. biaga Jr., of Santa Rosa, Mary Darling of Bodega Bay, Bernice Eggerman of Bnou, Calif., and Dorothy Davis of Culver Cltv, lovina brother of Margaret Beauch, also survived by 8 grandchll- oren ano numerous nieces and nephews. A native of Iowa, aqe 59 years. A member of the Sheet Metal Production Workers, Union No. 355, Oakland. Friends are Invited to attend services on Wednesday, Mav 4, 1966, at 10:30 a.m. trom me cnapei of the Chimes with rne Rev. Robert Hevdon of the First Baptist Church officiating. Friends may call at Welti Chapel of the Roses until 9 a.m. Wednesday. Three Guilucos Girls Down With Hepatitis Three recent arrivals at the Los Guilucos School for Girls were found to be previously infected with infectious hepatitis, a virus which affects the liver. Dr. Walter C. Clowers, county health director, said that due way. The impact drove the patrol car into the rear of the disabled vehicle. Mr. Thomas was arrested. COPE Candidate Night Tomorrow Sonoma County Labor's Com mittee on Political Education COPE) will hold a candidates' night from 7:30 to 10 p.m. to morrow at the Flamingo Hotel. Three to five minutes will be allotted each of the 30 candidates 'for Sonoma County offices. A question and answer period will follow, governed by the number of participants and time available. The meeting is open to both union and non-union people. Senior Citizens Meet Wesdnesday A proposal to provide minimum incomes of $216.50 a month to all Americans 65 and older will be discussed in detail at 2 p.m. Wednesday at a meeting of the California League of Senior Citizens. The meeting will be at the old fire station. 1055 Benton st. The speaker will be Rum Wool-ey from the Los Angeles office oi the League. three girls wJio are in isolation Dr. Clowers further stated that staff members and young girls at Los Guilucos are receiving prophylactic. injections of Gam ma Globulin which temporarily protect against infectious hepa titis for several months. He said that infectious hepata- tis is a common virus always present in the community and more prevalent when sanitary systems are - malfunctioning. Symptoms include a loss of appetite, nausea, (and sometimes a fever with subsequent yellowing of the skin and the whites of the eyes. He cautioned that the disease is usually mild, but be cause the liver performs vital functions of metabolism and the manufacture of blood components, it is necessary to promote recovery as speedily as possible, The disease can be serious re sulting in severe liver damage or have a fatal termination. Man Accused Of Petaluma Theft Victor E. Vadon, 42, Long Beach, was arrested early Sat urday and charged with a bur glary at Frank Aguis' bar and grocery store, 4701 Bodega ave., Petaluma. Reported stolen were a pistol, cigarets, $5 worth of five-cent stamps and $45 in cash, Time to clean up bills! ft By PEGGY STFUMON Staff Correspondent LITTLE IUVER-District 01 has the highest overall accident rate in the state with the high est fatality and injury rale and the fatality rate is almost twice as high as the statewide aver age, according to Sam Helwer, district engineer of the state highway department. Mr. Helwer, speaking at the Redwood Empire Association di rectors meeting said that dis trict 01 has the rate of fatalities of 10.02 per 100 vehicle miles as compared to 5.24 statewide, A bright spot was added where this district has built ful'J freeways, these have the lowest accident rate In every category of freeways throughout the state The statewide rate on freeways is 2.66 per 100 MVM as com pared with 1.70 for district 01 full freeways of 1.70, about 64 per cent of the state average. He continued that about $415 million will be needed by the year 1974 to correct the many highway deficiencies in District 01. The topic of his talk which fol lowed his opening remarks was, Highway Beautification and Its Effect on the Redwood Empire, m which he outlined the joint responsibility between the state and local governmental agen cies to make feasible the 4,900 mile master plan for state scen ic highways. Included in the plan are 11 routes in this district totaling 695 miles of Mendocino County Routes,-1, 20, 101 and 208 to be developed. Before any of the routes are eligible to become of ficial scenic highways, tocal jurisdictions and public agen cies holding land within the proposed scenic corridor adja cent to the route will be required to take steps necessary to protect this corridor. Actions required by local gov ernment include, but are not limited to: regulation of land use and intensity (density) of development; detailed land and site planning; control of out door advertising, careful atten tion and control of earth mov ing and landscaping, and the design and appearance of structures and equipment. To date only one route in the state, Monterey, has qualified to be designated as an Official State Scenic highway.. The first test of the state and county co-operation to estab lish an official state scenic high way in this district will be on Route 1, the Shoreline Highway, in the vicinity of Howard Creek, about 21 miles north of Fort Bragg. This year, California won the annual Parade Magazine award for the most beautiful section of highway completed in the United States last year. This was a 16-mile project over the Carson Pass on Route 88. This was the first time this award had been won west of the Mis sissippi River, Mr. Helwer con tinued. Business included in the all day meeting was the treasur er's report as well as a report Dy the budget committee. , A good deal of discussion fol lowed ideas for publicity and advertising of the Redwood Em pire presented by William A Hynes of the Pacific Gas Electric Co. of San Francisco The drive for new members will be conducted shortly with representatives of the associa tion joining Earl W. Fullerton, Mendocino County chairman for a two-day drive in Fort Bragg, Ukiah and Willits. Five Persons Hurt In County Crashes Fisherman's Luck Was Bad For SR Couple Fisherman's luck was all bad Saturday for Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wozniak of 2194 Guerneville rd., Santa Rosa. While the couple spent the day fishing at Putah Creek near Lake Berry essa, someone broke into their locked pickup truck and took Mrs. Wozniak's purse from under the seat where it was hidden. Also taken were $90 in cash, keys, credit cards, her driver's license and Social Security card and irreplaceable personal objects and pictures. The thief left behind a camera which the Wozniaks had hidden under the seat, also. The couple returned home on $3 borrowed from a sheriff in Calistoga. And the trout weren't biting. Turn-away Crowd At f ' .,-'-."7. I S U (Mif V I :- f I ' AA Youth Held For Drunk Driving By Staff Correspondent WILLITS - Jerry Weinholt, 18, of Willits, is being held in Willits City JaiL on a charge of drunk driving following an auto accident Saturday afternoon. Police Chief Frank Lawrence said that Mr. weinholt s car hit the rear end of an auto driven by Mrs. John Orozco, 20. of Laytonville, at the entrance to the Safeway Store on Main st. for prompt service . REPRESENTATIVE PAYMENT" SCHEbULES . i 1 cAfrH rou KtCtlVt monthly retru P torso reim FAT MINT MONTHS MONTHS MONTHS $75"" i ' 1492.93 - $2126.78 $85 I H' 707-36 $2080.05 $2434.63 r95Ql9227$2342.81 $2742Jli tips I '$21 37.47 $2605.84 $3051.46 iUl rhi:rr $?869.30 i3hOA . No one was injured, but both cars were damaged. Sonoman Accused Of Drunk Driving James Preston Patterson, 20, Sonoma, was arrested on a drunk driving charge early today by the California Highway Patrol in Healdstfurg. The CHP also arrested Joseph Daniel Gibbs, 31, Windsor, on a drunk driving charge early today on Highway 101 north of Windsor. Charles e fiery LUCERNE Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow for Charles Jeffery, Lu cerne, who died Saturday at his home after a brief illness. Services will be conducted at the Jones Mortuary, Lakeport, followed by burial in Upper Lake Cemetery. 4-H Chickenque There was a "turn-a-way" crowd at the annual Sonoma County 4-H Club Council chick enque yesterday at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds. Farm Advisor W. Dee Whit- mire said this morning that 4,- 102 "persons were served. An other 115 showed up with tickets but the food had run out and re funds were made. Juast year s attendance was about 3,600. Albert (Al) Grove was general chairman this year. A talent show was a feature of the program. The Graven stem 4-H Club won for first place. Others, in order, were Piner, Liberty, Windsor and Bennett Valley. Orville Burnside was master of ceremonies for the t a 1 e n t show. Pope Valley Airport Is Dedicated Cboose your own payments then give us a call. Quick, courteous service at over 700 ofliees coast to coast. A financing Hmn tor ry N4 ASSOCIATES FINANCE CO. OF CALIFORNIA 2777 Cleveland Ave., Suite 111 546-9515 SANTA ROSA I til 6n th & muse 'Thrusf-Saclt Collar' TOILET TANK BALL 4mnc'i lrgff SeNtr Tht tfficitnf Wafer Moittr intgntly ttopi the flow of wolf otf oth flushing. 7 S f At HARDWARE STORES By Staff Correspondent POPE VALLEY A new pri vate airport with a 3,700 foot paved runway was dedicated here yesterday. The field serves the Usibelli restaurant and mo tel, located at the west end of the strip which is owned by the Usibelh family. Leonard Micko, manager of the facilities, said those attend ing included Julio Caiocca Jr., Napa County supervisor for the Third District, which includes the airport; Wes, Gardner, can didate for sheriff, and Clarence Wicker, formerly . undersheriff of the county. Mr. Wicker served as mas' ter of ceremonies. The Ropers and Riders Color Guard took part, coming down the runway on their horses as a plane taxied along behind, symbolizing the opening of the airport. After the ceremonies glider enthusiasts came over from Calistoga and put on an air show. Square dancing was held outside the lodge and banquet tables were set up inside the restaurant. Mr. Micko had built an above- ground brick barbecue pit and as 01 l a.m. yesieruay uic cooking process began to get ready for a real Hawaiian luau. j About 8 p.m. the Pokey Hawaiian Serenaders arrived from Oakland to round out the day's entertainment. Five persons were injured in five separate single car acci dents in Sonoma County over the weekend. A San Francisco youth received minor injuries at 7 p.m. Saturday when the car in which he was riding missed a curve on Bohemian Highway, south of Camp Meeker, and struck a tree. Keieased after emergency treatment at Palm Drive Hospital was Walter Sanguinetti, 18 Driver of the southbound auto, Donald Farrell, also 18, of San Francisco, escaped injury. Keng Paul Chan, 26, of Napa was injured at 8:50 p.m. Satur day when his car hit a power pole on Highway 121, just west of Ramal rd. The California Highway Pa trol said Mr. Chan was west bound when he lost control of his small foreign car on a down hill curve. The vehicle skidded into a ditch and came to rest against the pole. Mr. Chan was given emer gency treatment at Sonoma Valley Hospital and released. John G. Pote, 22, of 323 Tuck er st., Healdsburg, was injured at 1:30 a. m. yesterday when his auto overturned on Highway 101, south of the Healdsburg ave. offramp. He was released after emer gency treatment at Healdsburg General Hospital. umcers said Mr. Pote was northbound when his auto veered left onto the dirt divider, hit a steel guardrail and overturned A Petaluma man suffered serious injuries when his car struck a power pole at 6:45 p.m. yesterday on Highway 12, west of Middle Rmcon rd. Reported in . fair condition with chest injuries at Sonoma County Hospital is Ronald Charles Page, 23, of 2850 Stony Point rd The CHP said Mr. Page was westbound when his auto left the roadway on a slight curve. Elizabeth Belcher, 26, of 23200 S. Central ave., Sonoma, was admitted to Sonoma Valley Hosp ital this morning after a 2:20 a.m. crash today on Hyde rd., south of Old Napa rd. According to the CHP report, Airs. Belcher was a passenger in a southbound auto driven by David F. Kay, 22, of San Fran cisco. Officers said Mr. Kay had just made a right turn onto ly swung wide across the cen-terline. In an attempt to get into the right lane, he overcon-trolled and the vehicle went into a broadside ski, dropped into a ditch and overturned. i Mrs. Belcher was reported in satisfactory condition at the hospital. Lights Fail On Willits Ambulance By Staff Correspondent LAYTONVILLE - The lights on an old Willits city ambulance shorted out Saturday nieht while the vehicle was transport ing rour persons injured in a Laytonville crash. The California Highway Patrol was called and helped transfer the injured to Howard Memorial Hospital in Willits. The 1949 ambulance was be ing used because Willits' newer ambulance, a 1959 Buick, is undergoing repairs, said Willits City Councilman David Shelton. The ambulances are operated by volunteers from the Shifters Club, a boys' car club. The boys have been complaining for some time about having trouble with the newer ambulance, Mr. Shelton said, so it is tfeihg re paired. The four injured persons were hurt when their northbound car left the highway, hit a drainage ditch and crashed into an em bankment at 11:50 p.m. about a mile south of Laytonville on Highway 101. Injured were Paul Grothe, 19, the driver; Arthur Frost, George Lever andliis wife Lynn Lever, all of Laytonville. Mr. Grothe and Mr. Frost were treated for cuts and bruis es and released from the hos pital. Mr. and Mrs. Lever are still hospitalized for observa tion. They suffered cuts and bruises and possible broken bones. Finley Driver Accused as Drunk By Staff Correspondent KELSEYVILLE - Andrew R. Wooldridge, 37, Finley, was arrested Saturday night by Sher iff's deputies in Kelseyville on a charge of drunk driving. He is still in custody today, Hyde rd. and the car apparent-'the Sheriff's Office reports Basic Education Course Being Held in County A "basic education" project for adults who need fundamen tal reading, writing and arith metic skills is tfemg operated under the Sonoma County So- clal Service Vocational Services program. An eight-week class with an enrollment of 19 is underway on a one-night-a-week basis at Santa Rosa Junior College, with Charles Rhinehart, Sonoma State College professor as instructor. Mr. Rhinehart is using ' a unique technique he developed for teaching illiterate San Quen-tin inmates to read and write. The department's monthly bulletin says the program developed after it was learned that there were no such classes for English-speaking adults and that "there are a great many men and women in this county who, at best, are functioning at only the fifth grade level. . The department says it hopes the present program will serve as a pilot project on which an expanded program can be built to provide "basic remedial courses for all adults in this area who need and desire edu cation at the elementary level." All in all, on the educational front, the department says, a total of 140 welfare recipients are involved in some sort of educational program through the end of March. The level of part-time and temporary work by parents in the unemployed category re mained at 255; families with absent or incapacitated parents who has labor income was down to 373. For comparison, the total family cases with earning was 628 during March, compared to 691 in February. - Despite the "apparent loss of economic ground," the depart ment said, "an even 100 cases were closed in Macrh as a re sult of clients obtaining full- time employment and increased earnings." Only 39 were closed in February on the same basis. Press Democrat, Santa Rosa, Calif., Mon., May 2, 1966-7 WALL STREET Prices Up; Steels Climb, Autos Firm NEW YORK (UPI) - The slock market inched higher to day. The United Press International stock market indicator show ed an average gain of 0.25 per cent on the 1,180 issues traded. Steels were mostly fractions higher. Autos were firm with Ford up and General Mo tors ahead Vs. Chemicals churn ed. Electronics made modest progress. Zenith and Fairchild Camera advanced around 2 TV REVIEW each and Admiral, Motorola and IBM picked up more than 1 each. Airlines met brisk demand. National and Northwest ad-' vanced more than 3, KLM and Continental around 2 and Delta, United, Pan "American and American around i each. Braniff was a standout, soar ing 7 points. Commercial Solvents slid VA. Kennecott Copper advanced ltt and Anaconda gained . Brown Urges Equality For Farm Workers Farm Markets Livestock, Poultry, Produce I IVF.STYWK IChoice 585-425 lbs steers .50-27.00; 700 . boon ana choice 600 ID steers vit.oo, SAN FRANCISCO sorted 10 at 124.00 off arowina ration: (Ariiona-Cjhfornia-ldaho-Nevada Utah) ! $25.00-26.50 ; 300 Good 650-8CO lbs steers Confirmed sales of all classes droDDed! ' on-M so: 3on Gond tvt-nn Ihs steers below the previous week's relatively! $23.00-24.50; 330 mostly Choice 550-450 lbs small number, the limited volume of slaughter cattle due largely to the limited number of finished cattle available. Demand was fair for slaughter cattle but buyers were on a day to day basis, coupled with the delivery previously purchased cattle. Feeder cattle were quite slow and many producers were in the dilemma of having to sell very shortly or run out of feed. Many feeder cattle will have to move as much as 60 days ahead of normal. Compared to a week earlier, slaughter steers ano neiters were larqeiv soc-si.ou lower, feeder cattle weak to $1.00 lower and soring lambs steady to Jl.oo lower steers S25.OO-26.O0, heifers $23.00. 250 Choice 550 lbs heifers $23.50; 120 Choice and Prime 500 lbs steer calves $29.00-29.50. 600 Choice 425 lbs calves, steers jju.uu, neiters $26.00 Nov. 1 delivery; 300 mostly Choice 400-500 lbs steer and heifer calves $25.00, delivery Oct. 15-Nov. 1. SPRING LAMBS: CALIFORNIA: 17,000 Lnoice ana r-rime siai.qnier lamps 100-102 lbs $25.00-26.00, 102-105 lbs $24.00-25.00, 105-110 lbs $23.00-24.00, 110-115 lbs $22.00-23.00, 115-120 lbs $21.00-22.00, over 120 lbs $20.00 6700 Choice and Prime slaughter and Choice and Fancy feeders 85-106 lbs $25.00-26.00. 2200 Choice 100 lbs Slaughter steers and heifers net weight yearling breeding ewes $28.00 per head. Fob teea-iots after wl snrink; aressea basis 2''i-3'o shrink from hot weight; slauqhter cows 3 4" shrink; feeder cattle none to 4 shrink; spring lambs overnight stand or 4. CONFIRMED: THIS WEEK: Slaughter steers 11,500; slauqhter heifers 1850, slauqhter cows 190; slauqhter calves 85; feeder cattle 7200; sheep and lambs 26,200. LAST WEEK: 14,500, 1250, 190, 0, 10,300, 35,300. LAST YEAR: 18,400, 3275, 220, 375, 16,040, 21,900. SLAUGHTER STEERS: CALIFORNIA Choice 1000-1100 lbs $27.00-27.50 early, bulk mostly Choice 950-1200 lbs $25.50-27.00, most sales $26.00-27.00; mixed Good and Choice 950-IG50 ids $25.4U-26.25; oood 950-1OC0 lbs $24.75-25.00; Standard and Good 875-1300 lbs $23.00-25.00. DRESSED BASIS (Live Wts.): Choice 950-1000 lbs $44.25-45.00, Good and Choice 975-1050 lbs $43.00-44.50. SLAUGHTER HEIFERS: CALIFORNIA: Choice 825 lbs $26.25 earlv. bulk and late sales, mostly Choice 850-950 lbs sts.is-u.vo. mixeo 1.000 ana choice boo-1100 lbs $23.25-25.00. 200 Choice 850 lbs $25.00 Aug. 15 delivery. DRESSED BASIS (Live Wts.): Choice 850 lbs $43.00, Good 950 lbs $39.00. SLAUGHTER COWS: CALIFORNIA: Utility to Standard 1050-1200 lbs $17.00-21.00, Utility and Commercial 1100-1250 lbs $19 00-19.50; Cutter and Utility 1050 lbs $16.00-17.25. SI AUGHTFR CALVES: CALIFORNIA- Good to mostly Choice 475 lbs $25.50. FEEDER CATTLE : CALIFORNIA: 260! WOOi fAI 11-nRNIA- 15 Vm fleeroc eu-oz s booa r-rencn and staple 60-6ivic, S.F. PRODUCE SAN FRANCISCO (UPI FSMNS) - Fruit and vegetables: Potatoes Kern long whites 100 lb sacks U.S. IB 3.25-3.35; 50 lb sacks U.S.1A 3.00 Strawberries 12 pt trys Mon terey, Santa Cruz, Santa Clara 2.75-3.25; Orange 2.75-3.00, Broccoli all Calif, dists crts icepk 14 bnchs 2.75-3.00 Cabbage all Calif dists rnd type trmd ctns 3.50-3.75. Lettuce ctns 24s iceberg type Monterey, Santa Cruz, Ventura San Luis Obispo and Santa Bar bara 1.50-1.75. RENT PATIENT AIDS , 4K 111! I ir Choirs Hoioitol ids - Wolkers Accessor! Open 7 Days - Ph.ne 546-3027 VmUdRcrit-QUA SfO Stbn't'iol R-t. Santa doso PUBLIC AUCTION Formerly Trio Lumber Ross Road SEBASTOPOL, CALIFORNIA (41 Mi. Nt. tt Sm Fraaciici) TUESDAY MAY 3 10:00 A.M. REAL ESTATE SAWMILL- PLANING MILL 35 ACRES OF CHOICE INDUSTRIAL ANDOR RESIDENTIAL LANB To Be offered in 3 Parcels or in Total. Close to Freeway. Parcel (1) 10 Acres. Parcel (2) 20.31 Acres. Parcel (3) 5.46 Acres. SAWMILL I PLANING MILL - PARTIAL FILING ROOM; ELECT'S.; PLANING INVENTORY - SAWMILL EQUIP.: BAND MILL NEWMAN 24" I I" PLANER HEAD RIC, Klamath V L.H.; CARRIAGE, MATCHER; 3-ARM BREAKDOWN HOISTj Klamath 20' Riderless; CARRIAGE FEED- reSAW. McDonough 54"; SI" BLOWER; HJ1 J!ESA.?' ,MerS.h.on Ls TRIMMER, 20 All Steel, GRINDING K,i firs. SeS wTslf; ; LOG HAUL, All Stl.s I' DECK SAW; ILIVS RIPPING MACH., 24"6"; ROLL CASES, INB K: LUMBER CARRIER; TRANSFERS I CONVEYORS. All Stl, (4) WCf EQUIPMENT; MIJC. BLDGS.; BURNER; (S) AIR COMPS..- EQUIPMENT; Etc. Vt rite lor Fret Deuripih Br (hurt MILTON 1. WERSHOW C0.t AuctioneersRealtors S29 N. LA BREA AVENUE Lis Arjeles 3S, Cililonii WE 1-2171 IN THE NORTHWEST 2130 S.W. Fifth Aw., Portland, Oregon CA 2-9151 IN THE BAY AREA 1924 Broadway, Oakland, California TE 47242 COMPTON (UPI)-Gov. Ed mund G. Brown has called for collective bargaining rights, un employment insurance and min imum wages for farm workers. Speaking Sunday at a scholar ship fund dinner of the Mexican- American Political Association, Brown said, ".The farm worker does not want poverty programs and welfare, he wants equality with other workers and an end to second class worker status." The governor told his audience that the state is building 10 migrant worker service centers which will provide good housing, day care for children and educational and health services. "But all of these are no substitute for one thing that the farm worker wants and needs above all decent wages and working conditions to enable him to live and work like any other worker," Brown said. $54.6 Million In U. S. Grants WASHINGTON (UPI) -The U.S. Public Health Service awarded 1,491 research grants and 306 fellowships totaling $54.6 million during March. The grants went to 225 institutions in 43 states, the District of Columbia,' Puerto Rico, and 17 foreign countries. According to a report from the service Sunday, $14.2 million was allocated to 603 new research projects and fellowships; the remaining $40.4 million went to continue pro grams already in progerss- Video Muffs It's Most Significant Role By RICK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD (UPI) -I had a curious reaction while watching NBC-TV's Sunday night documentary, "Mississippi: A Self-Portrait." I wondered how it was generally received in that state. I really had no idea. And suddenly it occurred to me that my very puzzlement was a form of condemnation of network television's effective ness over the years as i communicator in essential areas: For here we are in the same nation, and' yet as the some times fascinating one-hour do cumentary pointed up in key moments we often do not even begin to understand each other in some of the most crucial problems we share. I do not mean to blame television's failure for all our woes, as some lazy academi cians are apt to do, yet it is a fact that video's most signifi cant job is to help people understand each other and know each other, and it is in this area, above all, that the network's have failed misera bly. It might not be a bad idea for the video hucksters to remem ber occasionally that if various peoples of the world fail eventually to understand each other, there might come a day when there will be no more homes in Scarsdale, or skyscrapers in which to decide on prime time schedules, or even Batmen. They might, in short, recall their own often-repeated words that television is the Airman First Class Bond HOLLOMAN AFB, N. M. (UPI) Airman 1C James Bond is no spy, but he has won ribbons for oistol and rifle marksmanship, his serial number ends "07" and he says he once was stationed in Thailand, where he frequently pulled patrol duty with a fellow named Mike Hammer. Covelo Man Held For Assault And Kidnaping By Staff Correspondent COVELO-John A Bauer, 44, Covelo, is being held for inves tigation of assault with a deadly weapon and kidnaping his former wife. Sheriff's deputies said Mr. Bauer fired two shots at Donald Rome, also of Covelo, during a dispute that involved Mr. Bauer's former wife. The incident happened about 2:30 p.m. yesterday while Mr. Kome and Mrs. Bauer were driving along Commercial st. near Covelo. A deputy said that after Mr. Bauer fired the shots at Mr. Rome, Mr. Bauer then forced his former wife to leave with him at gunpoint. Mr. Rome reported the incident and sheriff deputies found the Bauers a short time later near Covelo. No one was injured. Sen. M'Namara Successor Seen Power Firm Borrows Power LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (UPI) The Arkansas Power & Light Co. had to borrow electricity from the fire department. A weekend fire in an underground vault af the edge j of the Little Rock business district knocked out two of 'seven 13,800 volt circuits and cut power to a 45-block area. The Fire department then- supplied power from a genera jtor truck DETROIT '(UPI)-Republican Rep. Robert P. Griffin was the all but certain choice today for the U.S. Senate seat left vacant by the death of Sen. Patrick V. McNamara. Gov. George Romney was expected to wait, a few days before making the announcement, but there seemed little doubt that he would appoint Griffin to serve the last eight months of McNamara's term. The 71-year-old McNamara, who once worked as a pipefitter for nine cents an hour, died in. Washington Saturday, several Am ExBre!J weeks after announcing he did not plan to seek a third term in the Senate. McNamara, a Democrat, was a relative latecomer to politics. He was sales manager for a large pipe company when he was elected to the Detroit City Council In 1946. Then in 1954, at the age of 59, he was elected to the Senate in an upset victory over the late Republican Sen, 'Homer Ferguson. most massive communications device ever to have an audience at its disposal. "Mississippi, a Self-Portrait" offered views by various residents of that state on changes there, with the race issue quite naturally being dominant. There was no question where NBC-TV stood on the subject, yet the program, with Frank McGee as reporter, seemed to try to keep in mind the compassion that is necessary to solve all such entangled human dilemmas. CBS-TV Sunday night presented a one-hour "entertainment documentary" called "The Magic of Broadcasting," which tried in part to recall oldtime favorites of radio and television, and also to give a behind-the-scenes look at video today. In brief, the less said about the whole endeavor, the better. The recollections were offered in a tepid manner, perhaps to suit the ancient audience CBS-TV is supposed to be very big with. The "inside" show business touches were naive. Radio and television news and documentary history was summed up in about one Students Rap Sukarno Titles JAKARTA (UPI) -More than 30 truckloads of Indone sian students swarmed into the parliament building today to demand immediate general elections in a fresh challenge to President Sukarno. Using Sukarno's own rhetor ic against him, the students also demanded a continuing purge of the rubber stamp parliament, the filling of the vacant vice presidency and the abolition of some of Sukarno's pet titles. The students, members of the militant Student Action Associa tion (KAMI), quoted a four- year-old statement by Sukarno in making their demands: Do not think that the people will not be aware of leaders who go wrong." M'Carthy: No Precedent on Dodd WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen. Eugene J. McCarthy, D-Minn., said Sunday the Senate Ethics Committee lacked precedent to deal with allegations Sen. Thomas J. Dodd improperly handled funds contributed to him. But McCarthy, a member of the committee, said it "could take some action" on other charges that Dodd improperly represented the interests of Julius Klein, a lobbyist repre senting West German clients. Dodd asked the committee and the FBI to investigate both allegations, raised in a series of articles by columnists Drew Pearson and Jack Anderson. McCarthy, whose comments were made in a television interview, said he did not think "we ought to allow ourselves to be moved to judge the conduct of a senator by standards which have never been defined." Unlisted Stocks 0M Ask Babeock Elc Bnk of Amer . ..." Bar of Calif . Cal Llouid Gat " Cal Water Ser n 49 Calif Western St : !4'i Citizens Utll A Crocker Clt basr utll as . Greatamer CP 30 3P Home Ins NY . 7'4 Kaiser Steel 15". Kaiser Steel of jy Pac Far East L , 3314 Pec Nat Life ... 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