The Times from San Mateo, California on February 6, 1976 · Page 10
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10 Son Metro THE TIMES Frrdov. M. 6, 1976 y i:,: - r - :;.3fi Arnett To Run Again Assemblyman Dixon Arnett, R - Redwood City, today' announced his intention to seek a fourth term. Amett, who will be 38 next Thursday, is a former Assembly minority whip. elections is next Wednesday at 5 p.m. At present, there are "not even any rumors" of either a Republican or Democrat challenging him, Arnett said. Arnett, whose 20th District spans from mid - Menlo Park north to Third Avenue in San Mateo, succeeded Carl "Ike" Britschgi, who stepped down after seven terms for an abortive attempt to win a state Senate seat in 1968. "The legislature is going to have to make some though decisions about priorities between and among school finance, health care and welfare," Arnett told a breakfast meeting attended by campaign supporters in Belmont. "If I've heard anything loud and clear, it's that John Q. and Janne Q. Public are saying, 'no more government spending"." "Of every $1 earned by a Californian, 42 cents goes to support one level of government or another." he said. Citing one potential economic - related crisis. Arnett said. "Somebody has to climb in and reorganize the MediCal adminis - 1: firmer PctenonPNA Ptiotol FIREMEN BATTLE BLAZE 5an Corfos firemen pour thousands of gallons of water on flaming paint factory Thursday. SC Plant Hit by Blast (Continued from Page 1) running down storm drains, quarters of Schmidt, the first chief causing firemen to fear when he saw tWJa? t ttJlafj? that as he left downtown could burst out as far as heard an explosion. two Slocks away on indus - thc ctrjto in thvao vtsars It's a good program, but we headquarters he could see cannot afford all of that wh,at w?s happening and niceness " radioed for additional help Arnett is the author of a even before he arrived t catastrophic health pro - thescene. eram bill which oassed the Firemen from Belmont trial Wnv liJtr tJIJlal ul aiiLumr woo followed by two other Officer Bill Young, the smaller explosions," he tirst police otticer on trie scene, reported he was patrolling the downtown mile away distance away, while a column ris - motor and mixer which had been attached to the inside of the top were'found about 40 - feet away. ' Other fires have been reported at the plant. whifh Ml CAUornH with n id. "Each time I could n04,'ri, f m - ,iti,,r flames shoot up." nme as ' a - fhf. The 3B - inch plate top of Damage was estimated at Assembly last week and is Redwood City ft. i Calif or - sinesBaea about three the tlnk ws Cnd Xe ITS. lieaueu iui erenow; ueudce. - t.w. wooasioe ana ban Mateo . responded, either to help to Award (Continued from Page 1) recorded by the American Kennel Club. With a little experience under their belts, the twosome entered several official contests but weren't always successful. At a Livermore contest Jan. 17, Arestis and the Duchess were in the ring, when an error by Arestis' caused their elimination. Because he was so proud of his dog for following a command, he said. 'Thata girl, come on." The judge disqualified them for the "double command." Another, time, he was in the ring with Duchess when a woman in the next ring directed her dog to "come.'' Unfortunately, Duchess also responded and they were disqualified. The Novice A obedience drill includes heeling off leash, healing on leash, a figure - eight walk, standing for examination, a one - minute sit and a three - minute sit. Man . and dog work on drills only about 15 minutes a day. Any more would take the fun out of the training, he said. Arestis enjoys showing off mementos from the competitions and happily discusses successes as well as failures. "I love to brag about that dog," he said. Their next competition is Feb. 15. He admits he was lucky when he picked Duchess among the dogs at the Humane Society. Many stray dogs, he said, would be difficult to train for obedience because of bad experiences with humans in the past. Many trainers, he said, argue that obedience dogs should be purchased only from a reputable breeder. "It doesn't hurt to help some poor stray that has had a bad time," Areslis contends. Paula Baxter Chateau Option Dropped The successful bidder for the Carolands Mansion in Hillsborough, Dr. Selwyn McCabe of Pacific Palisades may be"dropping his option to buy the estate often referred to as the "Chateau." , The executor of the estate. Roy Peterson, has reported that Dr. McCabe so far has not paid the S369.M0 balance due on the six - acre property. The original deadline was Jan. 19. The date was extended to Feb. 2. A third extension expired as of noon Thursday. Built in 1914 for $3. million by the late heiress of the Pullman estate, The Carolands was put up for auction two months ago when Dr. McCabe, a retired physiciaYi, was the successful higher bidder. He paid the required 541.00(1 deposit immediately upon conclusion of the auction. Dr. McCabe is believed to be in this area, but cannot be immediately located for comment. Millbrae Coed, 17, Missing Millbrae police are seeking a 17 - year - old girl missing since Wednesday evening under mysterious circumstances. Paula Louise Baxter was last seen at 8 p.m. Wednesday when she walked cheerfully our of a play rehearsal at Capuchino High School, where she had been visiting. Seven hours later, her bronze compact station wagon was found three blocks from the high school, its wheels and undercarriage spattered with mud. The floor of the driver's compartment was tracked with mud. and the key was in the ignition switch. Millbrae Police Sgt. Ronald Caine said there were 12 to 14 unexplained miles on the car's speedometer. Miss Baxter, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Baxter, was last seen wearing light green corduroy trousers, a light blue parka, a T - shirt emblazoned "Mazatlan," and black desert boots. She is described as five feet six inches tall, weighing 120 lbs., and having long brown hair and blue eyes. Sgt. Caine said a light lue blanket is missing from the car, according to her family. He said the girl's movements are accounted for between the time she left home at about 7 p.m., and the time she left Capuchino High School at 8 p.m. There is no indication that she put the extra miles on the car herself, he said, and no indication that she had been in the mud prior to going to Capuchino. Jobs (Continued from Page 1) The peak unemployment rate during the recession was 8.9 per cent n May, when the labor force had shrunk to a low level. Among signs of an improving employment outlook have been a big decline in new unemployment insurance claims in January, an increase in the average work week to 40.3 hours and an increase in work overtime. Any decline in unemployment would be eagerly welcomed by the Ford administration, since its program for reducing unemployment in 1976 is being criticized as inadequate. Snow (Continued from Page 1) highway which goes from San Jose over the mountains into Santa Cniz. As far as the county's agricultural tife is concerned, the cold snap has apparently not caused serious damage to crops. According to Claud Bridges, a county agricultural commissioner. "There has been no damage of any. consequence as far as 1 know. The drought has hurt us." He added that, "There has been damage to some tender outdoor plants." Snow in the form of a snowball broke a window on a Belmont transit bus at about 4:20 p.m. Thursday. According to a report from the Belmont police, the bus had been struck by a number of snowballs as the vehicle headed along Hallmark Drive. Finally, one of them broke the bus' windshield. A youngster was apprehended by the bus driver. John Morrison. The young suspect reportedly told police he didn't know that a snowball would break a window. emptied of all their appra - tus. . Chief William Stremme of Hillsborough was called to head the standby task force formed from different departments. During the fire, for example, state firemen answered one resuscitator call. Burt reported he was at his home in the hilly, western part of San Carlos when his wife and mother - in - law looked out the window and screamed, "A plane crashed!" "It shook the entire house," Burt reported - Fireman momentarily had to shut down their hoses to get the 8,000 gallon truek which was being loaded from a 5,000 - gallon tank away from the flames. A sprinkler system protected another tank truck and trailer inside the plant, although two additional "kettles" and several 55 - gallon drums inside the plant were burning. "It was Class One stuff, just like gasoline," Burt said, reporting an additional hazard occurred when the varnish began Patty (Continued from Page 1) Carter sternly reprimanded the audience for laughing. Browning held up a brown - barreled military carbine and asked if it was similar to the one used by Miss Hearst. Norton replied that it was. The highlight of the first day of testimony was the showing of a two - minute film of the robbery pieced together by an FBI agent from 800 still photos taken by the bank's two surveillance cameras. In the eerie and jerky footage. Miss Hearst is seen sprinting to the center of the bank lobby and bouncing from foot to foot as the other four bandits moved in precision to other areas. Mja Campaign v Trail V Brisbane Councilwoman Jeannine Hodge will kick off her re - election campaign at a reception Saturday from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Brothers Four Restaurant. 301 Visitacion Ave.. Brisbane, it was announced today. The combination fund - ' raiser and gathering of supporters will feature hors d'oeuvres and refreshments. A $5 donation is requested, but is not mandatory. LaDonna Harris, wife of Democratic Presidential Candidate Fred Harris and a Comanche Indian, will speak at a reception at 961 Peninsula Way. Menlo Park, at 6 p.m. Saturday. Also on the program will be Daniel Ellsberg. Mrs. Harris is founder of the National Women's Indian Opportunity. THE 1976 CAPRI II INVITES COMPARISON ON THE COST OF OWNERSHIP: CAPRI II PRICE Right now we have a large stock ol 195 Capri U s on hand that cost less than competition's 1976 models listed below. This is based on a comparison of base sticker prices including destination charges but not title and faxes. Compare prices for yourself. $311 less than Toyota Celica GT SS29 less than VW Scirocco Cpe. 51,092 less than Audi Fox 2 - dr. 52,503 less than Datsun 280 Z CAPRI II $4,246H! CAPRI II FEATURES Capri H's value becomes apparent when you realize all the standard features that are included in its base price. A few of the mare important items are listed here. 23 litre 0HC - 1 cylinder engine 4 - speed manual transmission Fewer front disc brakes Steel - belled radial tires Stabilizer bars, front and rear Rack - and - pinion steering Full instrumentation, including tachometer Rear third doGr Reclining frcnt bucket seats Fold - down rear bench seat Solid - state ignition CAPRI n GAS MILEAGE With its standard 2.3 litre overhead cam engine and 4 - speed shift Capri li s EPA estimated highway mileage is 29 miles Kir gallon, 19 for the cily. Of course, your actual mileage will vary depending on the type of driving you do, your driving habits, your car's condition and optional equipment. MPG HIGHWAY MPG CITY COMPARE RESALE VALUE According to the November Decemoer Western Edition Kelley's Blue Book, 3 - year old Capri's return more ot their ' sticker price at trade - in than 3 - year old models of Toyota, Mazda, Audi. Colt, Fiat. Opel, Renault, and Volvo, li you're thinking ol trading up to a new 1976 Cap - i Ii, we thick you'll he pleasantly surprised at how. well Capri ha? retained itsvaiue. COMPARE OUR DEAL We have a complete selection of 1976 Capri li s on hand. In a v.ide selection of models and ecler comb i n a lions. Come on in and compare our deal. It you'd rather lease, remember, with our optional maintenance coupen book, available only thrcush Lincoln - Mercury Dealer Leasing Association members, ycu can receive prepaid factory authorized service and repairs, coast to coast, up to Kl.OCO miles - Either way, :ame in and test drive this extraordinary roarj car. You'll be glad you did. Base stirAe price inclining j - - - CAPRI II, THE SEXY EUROPEAN IMPORT AWAITS YOUR COMPARISON Village Lincoln - Mercury, Inc. 393 El Camino. Real San Carlos, Calif. Metcalf - Reis Lincoln - Mercury, Inc. 2 California Dr. Burlingame, Calif. Stanford Lincoln - Mercury, sal Inc. 444 El Camino Re; Menlo Park, Calif. CAPRI II San Bruno Lincoln - Mercury, Inc. 345 El Camino Real San Bruno, Calif. LINCOLN - MERCURY DIVISION

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