Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on July 10, 1974 · Page 5
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 5

Ukiah, California
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Wednesday, July 10, 1974
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-~1 ite, Baker star in Friday concert Wednesday, July 10, 1.974 Ukiah Daily Journal, Uklah Calif.—5 Gash victim dies; aid withheld A joint contert of duets, arias and art songs will be presented by contralto Arlene White and baritone George Baker at 8 ,\ , p.m., Friday, July 12, at the Saturday Afternoon Clubhouse, Church k Oak Streets in Ukiah. The unusual combination of low-register voices will be heard in florid baroque aria- duets as well as in rich romantic duo-lieder by Robert Schumann. Individually, the artists will perform scenes from modern opera in English and contemporary English-language songs by San Francisco composer Frank Harold. To round out the program, Miss White and Baker will alternate in a unique treatment of selected songs from Mahler's "The Youth's Magic Horn." Arlene White is well-known for her concert performances in the Bay Area, and is in high .demand due to (he rarity of the true contralto singer and to her mastery of a wide repertoire.. In recent seasons she has appeared as soloist with the Oakland Symphony, Cabrillo Festival, Bach - Festivals in Carmel and San Francisco' to name a few. Baker is a highly experienced singer and actor, having toured the West with the San Francisco Opera Company's traveling wing for several seasons, appeared in hundreds of performances with the San Francisco Opera Guild Talent Bank, and having produced and performed leading roles in the successful chamber opera series at the DeYoung Museum in San Francisco. His concert experience includes appearances with major West Coast orchestras, television appearances, and performances on many college and university campuses. ' Miss Joellen Blood is one of the Bay Area's fine accompanists, currently, holding the position of coach- accompanist for the famed San Francisco Boys' Chorus. She will act as accompanist for the two singers Friday. SEATTLE. Wash. (UPI) James T. Behrens was bleeding profusely from a severe gash in his arm and barely was. breathing. He was in a parking lot just half a block away from a hospital with a 24-hour emergency room. The hospital refused to send anyone to his aid. Behrens, 27, died in the lot. Elwin Maxson, a security guard, found the wounded man early Tuesday and ran to the hospital to summon aid. The overnight supervisor told Maxson hospital personnel could not be sent outside. The whole drama, from the time Maxson discovered Behrens until police and fire department aid car crews pronounced him dead, took Just a few minutes. Henry S. Rogers, administrator of Northgate Hospital, said, "My staff and facilities are designed for patients to be cared for within the confines of the building. "My staff doesn't have the equipment to provide the care that is essential outside the building. Where do you stop once you start (going outside)?" Rogers said the overnight staff —an emergency room physician and nurse, a nursing supervisor, 10 nurses and other aides —had to deal with the life threatening heart problem of one patient about four minutes after Maxson arrived with his report. Shortly after that, Rogers said an emergency case arrived at the hospital. He said the state had no "good samaritah" law that could protect personnel giving aid at the scene of emergencies- outside the hospital. , Police said Behrens cut his arm when he broke an 8-by-10- foot plate glass display window at a department store. Officers said it was not known whether Behrens fell against the window or broke it intentionally. 1 BROILER 1 STEAK HOUSE NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK PG&E gas rate bodst okayed SCHOLARSHIP WINNER — Rebecca' Atherton, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Harold Atherton of Bray Road, Willits, shown here with Willits school district ad* ministrators, is completing this week a three week telegraph florist course at California Polytechnic University at San Luis Obispo, made possible by the Farm Bureau' scholarship she was awarded at graduation ceremonies in June at Willits high school. Ernie Carson, left, high school vice principal, and Charles Davison, principal, are on one, side of Rebecca, and Harold Engstrom, . superintendent of the Willits School District, is on the other as they stand on the high school steps before Rebecca left for Cal Poly. — Photo by Billy Woodward. Cal Poly dean's list named SAN LUIS OBISPO — Certificates for academic achievement have been awarded to 1,219 students at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, who were named to the; university's deans' list for the spring quarter. They were among 12,574 men and women who were enrolled during the spring quarter in Cal Poly's seven major academic schools, Agriculture and Natural Resources, Architecture and Environmental Design, Business and Social Sciences, Communicative Arts and Humanities, Engineering and Technology, Human Development and Education,> and Science and Mathematics. Those named to the dean's list are honored for attaining grades placing them in the top 15 per cent of the undergraduate students in their respective schools. All students selected for the list must have been enrolled in a study program of 12 or more units during the quarter. Part of the California State University and Colleges system, Cal Poly offers bachelor's degrees in 51 different fields of study and master's degrees in 14. Degrees were conferred on 2,866 students during the university's 68th annual commencement on June 15. Included on the dean's list from Mendocino County are: Burley Leroy Cox, Fort Bragg; Joseph R. Sanchez, Pt. Arena, political science; Mark T. Stornetta, Pt. Arena, agricultural business management; Charles T. Kaye, Potter Valley, dairy science; Ronald Keith Leland, Redwood Valley, physical education; Joan D. Brooks, Ukiah, business administra'tlon; French H. Morgan, Ukiah, biological sciences; and Charlene K. Murphy, Willits, social sciences. . SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) — The state Public Utilities Commission has authorized Pacific Gas & Electric Co. to boost its gas rates' by $141 million a year. The increase was granted Tuesday to offset increased costs to the utility for natural gas it purchases in Texas, Canada and California. As a result, the average householder's gas bill will increase $1.64 a month. " Commissioners rejected a request by PG&E for a $4.3 million increase in electrical rates, also sought because of the rise in fuel costs. It was the eighth gas rate boost granted PG&E in the past year. The Other boosts totaled $86 million a year. , In addition, the commission has permitted the utility to boost its rates for electricity by $172 million a year. . Increases in the latest grant included $23 million for higher costs from El Paso Natural Gas Co., $3 million for California producers and $115 million for Canadian producers. PG&E had asked for an additional $156.3 million but' commissioners said they would consider only the increased price of gas, not all of the utility's costs of doing business.. CARD OF THANKS A special Thanks to all our friends and relatives who so graciously donated badly needed blood for Dallas Morse. Thank you all. The family of Dallas Morse We're on the Singer Inflation Fighters team... WE'RE CUTTING PRICES! TOUCH&SEW sewing machine WITH DESK/CABINET OFF REG. 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