The San Francisco Examiner from San Francisco, California on September 7, 1965 · 8
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The San Francisco Examiner from San Francisco, California · 8

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Page 8 S.SF.foramhtfr Tu.iaVs.pt. 7, 5C2H ART VS. COMMERCIALISM The New Bohemia peHMll!)) a ill)H.m WWWWW.piJuiMH ,IMJWW.WWWMWWWW'jlW''llllM r t - Y x . - 1 3 ' ft - ; SYLVIA CLARK TURNS OUT A POT Doctors are her customers, not beats Timberland Blazes Doused in Mendocino ; WILLITS - (AP) - Seven small fires which flared in Mendocino county Sunday 99were under control yesterday. Five fires southeast of Laytonville burned 30 acres of slashing and cut-over timberland. Another burned three acres of grassy woodlands east of Dos Rios. The other swept two acres on the Freeman Ranch on Sherwood Road, west of Willits. Air tankers and bulldozers aided conservation camp crews and California Division of Forestry men in control-ing the flames. (Continued from Page 1) abloom with paintings and potter wheels, saxophones and sandals. Some places cater only to a limited segment of Bohemia. They wil con stitute a hazard of sorts this fall for San Francisco 49er rooters out for a snort on the way home from Kezar Stadium. VARIETY Romeo's on Haight Street nourishes a bewilder ing, though democratic, as-semblage of homosex uals and lesbians. The Golden Cask, a block east, prefers men. The restroom literature in these bars is curious "The bird is cruel" w;.s one ex ample but they, too, during baseball season, offer ex cursions to Candlestick Park, compete with "reserved seat, round trip on bus, drinks both ways, prime rib dinner. Police Captain Daniel W. Kiely, who keeps a wary eye on the bars from his precenot sanctuary in Golden Gate Park, insists that patrons "be discreet and don't dance." A COFFEE HOUSE Kiely was asked recently by longtime Haight Street merchants, his enthusiastic supporters, to watch a new business which they fear is aiming only for the aimless the long-haired nippies. To the merchants' dismay, a colorfully drawn sign appeared on a doorshade at 1790 Haight: "Kevin and Yona present The Wig (a coming-soon coffee house)". A 30-year veteran of the force, Kiely is concerned about the high rate of sleeping-pill suicide attempts among hippies and has mroe understanding of the youthful nomads than they might suspect. RECOGNITION "You get your recognition from your job and your Dried Foods Big Industry More than a billion pounds of dehydrated foods f r u 1 1 s, vegetables and soup mixes- were produced in 1963. family," he said. "They get theirr ecognition from their group." Sylvia Clark, 29, owner of Unicorn Pottery at 533 Haight. resented what she felt was a general tendency to confuse artists with hip pies. "None of us are beatnik types. We all work 12 hours a day and are serious about art. Hippies I don't want, Doctors are any customers." THEY MOVE ON Miss Clark, an active neighborhood leader, be lieved the tide of hippies would ebb. "They never stay in one place very long," she said. "They fall two or three months behind in their rent, and they get evicted." A more serious concern for her and the owners of five new art galleries just outside the boundaries of Haight Ashbury, almost at Fillmore, was that some people who buy arta re afraid to come to this neighborhood." 'DOING WELL' Peggy Caserta, a radiant 23 year old blonde who oper ates a Bohemian-type cloth ing shop further west on Haight near the Ashbury intersection, said that she had been in business since April and was "doing quite well." Miss Casertas store is called Mnasidika "it's a Greek girl's name" and she sells sandals, as well as custom blouses and dresses sewn mostly by her mother. "I love it here," she said. I don't think there's any where in The City I'd live beside this place. It's like a small town of its own. Miss Caserta s notion of a small town is unusual. At closing time, she is the only Haight Street shopkeeper who clangs an iron shutter across her storefront. (Tomorrow: The pulse of Haight-Ashbury.) CYA PRISONER Fall Kills Firefighter, 19 SONORA - (Special) - A young firefighter serving a California Youth Authority term died yesterday of injuries when he plunged off an 85-foot cliff in the Sierra. Ira J. Richardson, 19, confined to the CYA Camp at Pine Grove for petty theft, had been taken to Community Hospital here after falling Sunday in the steep Stanislaus River canyon. He was one of a CYA crew which joined a 600-man army of firefighter; that brought a raging brush and timber blaze under control. Richardson, whose home address was 2023 20th St., Santa Monica, landed in a pile of boulders. Another man, Peter Aggulrre, 37, of Sierra Center conservation camp, also was injured, suffering multiple fractures. Both Richardson and Aguir-re were plucked from the rocky ledge by State Division of Forestry helicopters. 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