Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on July 8, 1974 · Page 2
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Ukiah, California
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Monday, July 8, 1974
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2—Uklah Dally Journal, Ukiah, Calif. Monday/July 8, 1974 Five Mendo-Lake County youths named 4-H All-Stars for 1975 Five Lake and Mendocino County youths have been •elected as 1975 4 -H All-Stan, and will attend the state All- Star Conference at the University of California, Davis campus in August. The five are: Kathy Solgat and Cathy Harris of the Redwood Valley-Calpella 4 -H Club; Joe Kaye, Potter Valley 4 -H; Russell Butler, Fort Bragg Eager Beavers; and Denise Binns, Big Valley 4 -H, Lake County. Cathy Harris, 16, has been a 4- H member for three years and will be a senior at Ukiah high school. She was county and regional winner, and fourth state alternate in the entomology project in 1973. She has been a county and state winner for two years in the 4 -H National Poster Contest. Guide dog and light horse projects and junior leadership in public speaking have been other special interests. Kathy Solgat, 17, will also be a senior in Ukiah high. Poods and nutrition has been one of her main interests for the seven years she has been a 4 -H member. She was a medalist in 1970 and 1971 and county winner in 1973, and has been a junior leader for three years, this year in the guide dog project. She has raised guide dogs for two years. Other projects include horse and public speaking. Kathy is one of Mendocino Countys' delegates to the National Citizenship Conference this summer. The guide dbg project has been a major project for five of Russell Butler's seven years in 4-H. Russell, 17 was county winner in this project in both 1971 and 1973. He has 1 been ' active inl the rabbit project for 5 years also, giving winning demonstrations in this area for several years. Other projects include junior leadership and food preservation. Joe Kaye, 17, has completed eight years of 4-H work, with dairy and swine projects for all eight: Field crops and junior leadership have taken a good deal of time the last three years. Joe has been county dairy winner for two years, swine Vital statistics BIRTHS PETERSON — Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dana Peterson, 4501 Burke Hill Drive, a boy, July 4 at Ukiah General Hospital. LONG — Born to Mr. and . Mrs! Billy Long, P.O. Box 222, Branscomb, a boy, July 3 at Ukiah General Hospital. BRACKETT — Born to Mr. and Mrs. William Brackett, 203 E. Gobbi Street, a boy, July 2 at Ukiah General Hospital. WELLS — Born to Mr. and Mrs, Steven Wells, 280 E. San Francisco Avenue, a boy, July 2 at Mendocino Community Hospital. CHASE —' Born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Chase, 10700 West Road, Redwood Valley, a boy, July 2 at Ukiah General Hospital. ELWOOD — Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Elwood, 2153 N. State Street, a girl, June 20 at Ukiah General Hospital. HARRISON — Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Harrison, 232 Arlington Drive, a girl, June 29 at Ukiah General Hospital. KEYS — Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Keys, 288 Garrett Drive, a girl, June 28 at Ukiah General Hospital. HILDEBRAND — Born to ' Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hildebrand, 1383 Berkeley Way,. a boy, June 28 at Mendocino Community Hospital. Ukiah Daihi Journal Official ( itv Newspaper SIMON — Born to Mr. and Mrs. Philip Simon, 14620 Tomki Road, Redwood Valley, a girl, June 27 at Ukiah General Hospital. LAWRENCE — Born to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lawrence, 531 W. Mendocino Avenue, Willits, a boy, June 27 at Ukiah General Hospital. DOCKINS — Born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dockins, 90 Holly Street, Willits, a boy, June 26 at Ukiah General Hospital. SMITH — Born to Mr. and Mrs. Nicky Smith, 43 Alameda Avenue, Willits, a boy, June 26 at Ukiah General Hospital. WHITE — Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Varges White of Clearlake Park, a girl, June 26 at Redbud Community Hospital. WILLIAMS — Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams, Rt. 1; Box 30A, Willits, a girl, June 25 at Ukiah General Hospital. PARKER — Born to M^ and Mrs. Edward L. Parker III of Kelseyville, a girl, June 25 at Lakeside Community Hospital. COLWELL — Born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Colwell of Lakeport, a boy, June 24 at Lakeside Community Hospital. WIERENGA — Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wierenga of Clearlake Oaks, a boy, June 24 at Redbud Community Hospital. MELTON — Born to Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Melton, P.O. Box 403, Willits, a boy, June 24, at Mendocino Community Hospital. SAY — Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Say, 311 Lake Mendocino Drive, Space 7, a boy, June 24 at Ukiah General Hospital. JOJOLA — Born to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jojola, P.O. Box 545 Talmage, a girl, June 24 at Ukiah General Hospital. DALTON — Born to Mr. and Mrs. Freddy Dalton, P.O. Box 778, Willits, a girl, June 23 at Mendocino Community Hospital. GOODWIN—Born to Mr. and Mrs. John T. Goodwin of Lakeport, a boy, June 24 at Lakeside Community Hospital. STEVENS — Born,to Mr. ai)d Mrs. Shigeki Stevens, 228 East Valley Road,' Willits, a " girl, June 23 at Ukiah General Hospital. WHITEAKER — Born to Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Whiteaker, 9705 East Road, Potter Valley, a boy, June 22 at Ukiah General Hospital. CAMPAU — Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Campau, 1440 S. Main Street, Willits, a boy, June 22 at Ukiah General Hospital. BARNES — Born to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Barnes of Nice, a boy, June 22 at Lakeside Community Hospital. FORD — Born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ford, 328 George Place, a boy, June 21 at Ukiah General Hospital. CLARK — Born to Mr. and Mrs. George Clark III, 14000 Eel River' Road, Potter Valley, a girl, June 20 at Ukiah General Hospital. HARLAN — Born to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley G.. Harlan of Lakeport, a girl, June 19 at Lakeside Community Hospital. PADE — Born to Mr. and Mrs. Todd A. Pade of Lakeport, a boy, June 17 at Lakeside Community Hospital. FARMER — Born to Mr. and Mrs. William Farmer °f Lakeport, a girl, June 17 at Lakeside Community Hospital. DEAN DeVRIES Publisher GEO. HUNTER Man. Ed. B.A. COBER Pub. Emer. Published daily except Sat. Sun. and certain holidays by the Mendocino Publishing Co., at 590 South School Street, Ukiah, . Mendocino County, California 95482 Second class postage paid at Ukiah, Calif. Business Office Phone 462-1421 Subscription Rates Main and Carrier: 12.00 per Mo., $6.00 per 3 Months $12.00 per 6 Mos., $24.00 per Year Out of Town Home Del. $2.00 15c per Copy Mail and Motor Routes Payable 3 Months in Advance 'Hawks/ military are making detente difficult Daily Journal Missing? If your delivery boy happens to miss your home please phone UKIAH Miss Service Hours 5 to 7 P.M. 462-1421 WILLITS Cress ie Dobbins 459-2713 Nice ft Lucerne Miss Service Hours 6to7P.M. WASHINGTON (UPD— Ifts the "hawks" in Congress and in the military, and not the Kremlin leaders, who have made it more difficult for President Nixon to pursue East- West detente, says Sen. J. William Fulbright. Describing a nation "in great disarray," the outgoing chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee said Congress now was dominated by pro-military forces led by Sen. Henry M. Jackson, D-Wash. The lame duck Arkansas Democrat was asked if he thought the Soviets had taken advantage of Nixon's domestic political weakness in order to avoid any new commitment to strategic arms limitation. "I rather think that his weakness is exploited more by county winner, one year, and county winner in agriculture in 1973. He was also a Junior leader merit award winner in 1973. Denise Binns, 16, is in her eighth year of 4-H work, and will be a senior at Clear Lake high school this fall. Her major projects have been clothing, , sheep, junior leadership, public speaking and self determined. In 1973, she was county, regional and state winner in the Self Determined project field, and in 1972, was a sheep project medalist. This year, she is a delegate to the Citizenship conference in Washington, D.C. She was a junior leader merit award winner in 1972. Miss Diffin fair queen contestant Fourth contestant in this year's Redwood Empire Fair Queen Pageant is 17-year-old Pamela Anne Diffin of Ukiah. The June 1974 Ukiahi graduate stands 5'8" tall, has hazel eyes and brown hair. our own, what we call 'hawks', I mean the military and some of the leaders in Congress, than it is by the Russians," Fulbright said on NBC's "Meet the Press.""...It's the Congress that has undermined the whole idea of detente. "Now coming down to the present, it's my distinct impression, as I interpret what I read and hear, that our own military is one of the principal obstacles to putting forward agreements on strategic arms which are reasonable and acceptable." LVN GARAGE SALE Division 40, California, Licensed Vocational Nurses, are having a garage sale at 300 Empire Drive. The sale will continue tomorrow between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. PAMELA DIFFIN The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Diffin of 406 S. State Street, Pamela is a new resident in the area, having moved to Ukiah about seven months ago. She is presently working at a Ukiah motel for the summer, and plans to attend college with the ultimate ambition of becoming either a pharmacist or a physical therapist working with children. Her. hobbies include painting, traveling and swimming. Her favorite sports are football and basketball. Another newsprint cost hike Like everything else, the cost of newsprint is steadily increasing. Inflation, increased fuel expenses and a host of other woes have sent the price of the paper the Daily Journal is printed on from $168 per ton in June, 1973, to $245 per ton beginning Aug. .1, 1974. The announcement was made late last week by Zellerbach Paper Company of San Francisco, the Journal's supplier. "Unprecedented increase in the area of wood, pulp, fuel, labor and delivery expense," was quoted by Zellerbach spokesmen as reasons for the increase. This is the fourth time since last June, the price of newsprint has increased. rani Schiller's, The Sportman's Store RICH-MOOR TRAIL FOODS DE-HYDRATE D FREEZE-DRIED ON THE WARPATH—This yourig Indian, clutching a tomahawk, was attired to beat the heat in the Redwood Riders sponsored Black Bart Days held Thursday on East Road in Redwood Valley. The annual celebration, commemorating the exploits of the notorious Black Bart, scourge of Wells Fargo before the turn of the century, featured the parade as one of its highlights. — Journal photo by K. Hunter. ELEGANT RIDER — Sarah Sprague, beautifully costumed in Arabian dress, was awarded the first place trophy for the costumed Arabian class at the conclusion of the Fourth of July Black Bart Days celebration in Redwood Valley. The annual event drew hundreds of visitors to the agricultural community. — Journal photo by K. Hunter. YOUNG AT HEART BRIGHTON, England (UPD — Sydney Hart, 73, and Eleanor Longfield, 75, left today for a 4,000-mile European tour —by motorized bicycle. LARGE SELECTION DACRON M GOOSE DOWN SLEEPING BAGS • Camplete line of pack sacks and pack frames SCHULER'S SURPLUS UKIAH MMlMMM ^f I'lasiBi :Jiaryel L l A "Find Your Name" In the Daily Journal Classified and Get 2 Free Loge Tickets to the Ukiah Theatre Each pay A Name Will Be Selected and Run Somewhere In The Classified Page. If You Find Your Name, Come In By 5 P.M. the Following Day and Pick Up 2 Free Loge Tickets to the Ukiah Theatre. "F|ND YOUR NAME" CONTEST NOW IN PROGRESS Tanaka s party in Japanese elections TOKYO* (UPI) — Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka's ruling Liberal Democratic party, relying heavily on its strength in conservative rural areas, took a commanding lead today in voting for the upper house,of the Japanese parliament. The opposition, led by the Socialists, scored best in big cities such as Tokyo following a campaign blaming Tanaka for Japan's more than 20 per cent inflation rate. Projections indicated Tanaka's party would wind up with a small net loss of seats in Sunday's election, but still maintain its absolute majority in the 252- seat upper house of the Diet (parliament). The upper house can delay, but not defeat, legislation passed by the lower house of the Japanese legislature, Tanaka's position as prime • minister was not at stake, but he had put his personal prestige on the line, campaigning strenuously for party candidates across the country. An election defeat, however, Death calls Albert Smith; rites Tuesday Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 at Eversole Mortuary for Albert L. Smith.- Smith, a native of Missouri, died yesterday in a •Ukiah hospital at the age of 80. A retired maintenance man at Mendocino State Hospital; he had lived in the Ukiah area for the past 40 years. He was a member of Abell Lodge No. 146, F&AM. Smith is survived by his wife, Josie, of Ukiah and by a son, Clarence Smith of Auburn. Two brothers, Grover Smith of Kansas and Bunt Smith of Colorado also survive, as do three grandchildren. Officers of Abell Lodge No. 146, F&AM, will officiate at services. Pallbearers will be members of the, JUkiah Fire Department, Walt-Regner, Jim Hollander, Bill ShoemaKe*, s Phil Proft and Gary Bruchler. Burial will be in Ukiah Cemetery. IIK LAST 2 NIGHTS Tonight-Tuesday would have hurt Tanaka's chances next, year when he .comes up, for re-election as party president and .prime minister, posts he has held since 1972. ' In unofficial returns for 106 of the 130 contested seats, Tanaka's party won 57 posts to 51 for the opposition —Socialists 25", the Buddhist Komeito party 10, Democratic Socialists'. 4, Communists 6 and independents 6. Press, radio and television projections said the prime minister's party would end up with 130 of the 252 upper house seats, a loss of four. , In the old house, the Tanaka party held 134 seats, Socialists 59, Komeito 23, Communists 11, Democratic Socialists 11 and independents six. The remainder was vacant. The election.came at a time when Japan was in its worst price spiral since the Korean War. The opposition has criticized the Tanaka administration for unchecked inflation and his personal popularity was at ari all-time low. Recent opinion polls indicated less than 20 per cent of the Japanese people thought Tanaka was doing a good job compared with 70 per cent two years ago. Despite rain and drizzle,' a record 73 per cent of the 76 million eligible voters cast ballots, topping the 1950 turnout for upper house voting of 70 per cent. |-n| IKNAVISION* l-^l PRINTS BY DELUXE* ZARDOZ Starts 7 :00-10:41 I I .MASONITE CORPORATION! UKIAH AREA SERVICE CLUB DIRECTORY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GREATER UKIAH 1st & 3rd Friday Noon Manor Inn or • • „ House of. Garner ELKS LOPGE NOO/M V Elks'Club Wabash INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS Every Tuesday Lodge Hall, State St. 8:00 P.M. UKIAH JAYCEES 2nd & 4th Wednesday Masonite Rm. 7:00 P.M. KIWANIS CLUB Every Tuesday Masonite Rm. Palace Hotel 6 P.M. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS 1st, & 3rd. Thursday St. Maryi LAKE MENDOCINO LIONS CLUB 1st. & 3rd. Wednesday . Masonite Room Palace Hotel 8:00 P.M. UKIAH LIONS CLUB Every Thursday N ton Manor Inn REDWOOD EMPIRE LIONS CLUB Tuesdays-7:00 A.M. Manor Inn ROTARY CLUB Every Tuesday Noon Palace SOUTH UKIAH ROTARY CLUB Every Thursday," House of Garner SATURDAY AFTERNOON CLUB 2nd & 4th Saturday 2:00 P.M. Club House Church & Oak SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB 1st. & 3rd. Thursday lst2:00; 3rd.-12:00 Grange Hall SOROPTIMIST CLUB OF UKIAH Monday Weekly Palace Hotel Room LEWIS WHITE POST NO. 74 AMERICAN LEGION ' First Wednesday Veterans Bldg. 8 p.m. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE, LODGE NO. 334 Regular Mtgs: 2nd & 4th Wednesday Nights: 8 p.m LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE, CHAPTER NO. t14 Regular Mtgs. 1st & 3rd Wednesday Nights: 7 :30 p.m. Brought To You As A Public Service By. . . HI MASONITE C0M0RATI0N i

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