Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on January 19, 1978 · Page 2
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2—Uklah Dally Journal^ Uklah, Calif. Thursday, January 19, 1978 Mayor proclaims ^ Battered Women's Week Carol Yoder, coordinator of Project Sanctuary, received a proclamation from Mayor JacH Simpson at Wednesday's council meeting dedaring this is Battered Women's Week in support of Voder's efforts to find shelter for women beaten in the'home. ' . She announced the culmination of the week's activities would be a speech by nationally known expert on the problems of wife beating, Del Martin. Martin is from San Francisco and author of the book. Battered Women. She explained to the council that there have been 176 calls to the Ukiah police department in the past year to report physical abuse of women by their husbands or boyfriends. ''That represents seven percent of the married women in Ukiah," she said. Project Sanctuary is coijnposed of a group of local woinen who have! located a house west of ykiah.and are raising money for rent and donations of furnishings locally. Yqder sajd they plan to open the house in March. A series of events have been planned for the week including a radio telethon tonight between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. on KLIL and KUKI radio. People can call in and inake donations for the project and learn about what it will attempt to accomplish. A bake sale at the courthouse will begin Friday morning at 9 a.m. with all proceeds going to project Sanctuary. . The week will ienei with a day-long workshop featiiririg Del Martin, author of "Battered Women" and a nationally known expert from San Francisco on the (X 'oblems of wife beating. The workshop will begin at 9 a.m. Saturday at. the Methodist church on Pine and Smith streets. Martin's speech is set to begin at 10 a.m. with a skit exhibiting the red tape encountered by beaten women planned to open the conference. The afternoon session will include speakers from the Sonoma County shelter and disciissions of hoW to make it work here. Child care will be provided free and lunch is available. Hie group is asking donations at the door and suggest from zero to $5 as possible contributions. All money will gQ to help pjy the rent and expenses at the house. ANTIQUE AUCTION — Members of the auction committee for the St. Mary's Mardi Gras label antiques stored at Mendocino Van and Storage. Arnold Bogner, ovyner of the company, gathered the antiques locally and from all over the country for sal6 at the auction Suriday," Feb. 5 at 1 p.m.' Shown above are Bernadine Reischmann and AlyCe Thornhill. — Journal photo by Harris 666 581 Summary of city council Israel wants to resume broken off peace talks The Ukiah City Council Wednesday: PLANNING COMMISSION APPOINTMENTS — Council voted against the appointment of Bob Axit, a local architect, for one of two planning commission vacancies. Axt lives outside the city limits of Ukiali and council policy dictates that commissioners Film to be shown at the college The Mexican-American Culture class of Mendocino Community College is sponsoring a free showing of the movie "The Salt of the Earth." The film will be shown one time only tomorrow • at 7 p.m. in Room 201 of the campus. Based on a true story it was filmed durirtg the 1950's and caused great controversy. It depicts the organizing efforts of Mexican-American workers in a mining community. Of special note is the vanguard role, played by the women of the community. Tliere are only one or two professional actors in the film, most roles being taken by the miners themselves. Pickup stolen in Caipella Theft of a pickup truck on Central Avenue sometime between 6 and 11 last night w^ reported to the sheriff's office. „ Buhl Hoover said ,that his 1975 Chevy pickup valued at $3,000 was parked in front of ills home when the theft occurred. The keys had been removed from the truck. Hoover said, and were in his possession when he left his home to discover that the vehicle was missing. live within the city. Councilman Ted Feibusch made the recommendation, which was supported by couhcilman Ira Brannon but voted down by council members Barry Wood, Mary Snyder and Mayor Jack Simpson. Council will consider appointments at their next meeting. CHURCH HEIGHT LIMIT — Granted a height variance for the Evangelical Free Church allowing a sanctuary 65 feet high with a cross affixed on top bringing the total height to 95 feet in a zone with a 30 foot height limit. The_ church will be constructed between Perkins and Yosemite near the freeway. END OF DROUGHT — Council rescinded Stage One water emergency "program officially ending drought condition rules in the city. , AIRPORT CLEAR ZONE — Council set Feb. 1 as public hearing date for discussion of the adequacy of the environmental impact report on the airport clear zone project. Three injured in mishap on Highway 101 Three persons were injured in a single-car accident Wednesday afternoon on Highway iOl, a half-mile south of the entrance to Ridgewood Ranch. According to the California Highway Patrol, Lorrena Head, 55, of Laytonville, the driver, was northbound on a curve when her car skidded, struck a berm, crossed the southbound lane and went over an embankment. Head and Carolyn Schmueller, 34, of Laytonville, wiere treated at Ukiah General Hospital for moderate injuries. Receiving minor injuires was Dawn Schueller, age 3. The CHP report indicated that the vehicle had bald rear tires. (United Press Internaiionial Prime Minister Menahem Begin said today Israel wants. to resume peace talks that were broken off by Egypt but finds Egyptian demands for return of Jerusalem to be preposterous. Begin also said the establishment of a Palestinian state would, be an unacceptable threat to Israel and the Jewish state would not leave its Sinai settlements unprotected by a defense force. "Let no one frighten us with this inconceivable concept of pressure to be exerted upon us," Begin said, speaking in reaction to the sudden decision by Egyptiaif Presidfent Anwar ^ Sadat to Friday rites for Mary Buss WILLITS— Services will be Friday, 2 p .Ti\. at Anker- Lucier Mortuary for Mary Sue Buss, 36, who died Tuesday at a Ukiah hospital. A native of Oklahoma, she had lived in Willits since 1942, and was a member of the Assembly of God Church. ,. Surviving are two daughters, Sally Mae Buss and Susan Longcrier, both of Willits; her mother, Mrs. Hazel Sales of Willits; three sisters, Patripia Ann Furr of North, Carolina, Eddie Fae Miller of, Willits and Bettie Gay Shannon of Hopland; and one granddaughter. The Rev. Ron Penrose of the Assembly of God Church will officiate. Interment will be at Willits Cemetery. bring his .delegation home from the foreign ministers' conference. " ' "We pt-esented a positive plan, a human plan, a decent plan, a real peace plan — far- reaching, sweeping," Begin told a group of French fund raisers at a lunch in the parliament building. "No pressure can be exerted Wildberger's, offices hit by burglars Burglars hit the downtbwn section of Ukiah sometime during the night but did not gain appreciably from their efforts. According to Ukiah police, the law offices of Adams and Henderson, the Mendo-Lake Medical Society, and the Area I Developmental Disabilities Board plus one other all at 215 , W. Standley Street were entered. In addition, burglars smashed the" side dioor of Wildberger's Market at School and Standley and stole merchandise. Rick Henderson told the Journal that when newly- installed locks held, the culprits smashed the door, departihg with a table radio and a clock. Rick Wildberger reported his loss as liquor, wine, cigarettes and small change with nol too hi^ a value but the burglars senselessly smashed in the front window. Police believe that the burglars may have been teenagers due to the pattern of entry and theft. on us to turn fairness into unfairness," he said. Begiticalso said the two days of negotiations in the Israeli- capital had resulted in agreement on five of seven points for a statement of principles for a peace settlement. In Cairo, Sadat met with the head of his recalled delegation to the Jerusalem talks amid indications he was looking to the United States to salvage his two-month drive for a Middle East peace. Sadat,.at his rest house on the bank of the Nile, received Foreign Minister and chief negotiator Mohammed Kamel today some nine hours after he- returned to Egypt on the president's orders. Presidential sources in- Cairo said Kamel's talks were not only a explanation to the president of the stalemated negotiations with Israel, but a strategy session between Sadat — who runs foreign policy as virtually a solo endeavor—and his top diplomatic aide. ' "May I tell you, ladies and gentlemen, it was the most preposterous statement ever made by,a guest. Imagine, I come to France and say Paris should be divided into two. The very next day I would be asked to leave France." He said the negotiations were "quite succesful — out of seven paragraphs of the declaration of principles we agreed on five, two were left ^ out for further negotiations arid suddenly. he . was recalled." Ihdustrials Transportations Utilities • Volume Advances Declines Urichanged Listed Stocks: Caterpillar Tractor 52V4 K mart 25% -V* American Tel & Tel 58% -% Bank of America 22 4-% Boise Cascade 23% -% Heublein 24y4 +% Evans Products 15'/^ +V4 General Motors 59% -Vs Georgia Pacific 25% +V8 IBM 268 -f-lV4 Louisiana Pacific 12VB Un. Lucky Stores 30Vfe +% Masonite 16 -t-% McDonald 's 49y4 -V4 Mobil OU 603 /4 +% Nat'l Semi-Conductor WA -V* Natomas 36 ^/4 NCR Corp. 39% -f-% Pacific Gas & Elec. 24 +VB Sears, Roebuck .26 -% ' Standard Oil of Calif. 35% + Vs Transamerica 13% -Vi Diagnostic Data (OTC) 15% Un. London gold $173.45 +$1.50 Sonoma Vineyards 5% Un. NEW YORK (UPl) Stocks turned mixed today as investors waited with uncertainty , for President Carter's State 6f the Uhion address. Early buying was sparked by favorable economic news. The Dow Jones industrial average, up more than a point at the outset following Wednesday's 7,28-point gain, was off 2.08 points to 784.22 shortly before noon EST. The cfosely watched average has gained 14.56 points the past two sessions, after falling nearly 60 in the first two weeks of 1978. Analysts said profit taking was hurting the market, along with investor unease with what Carter might say in Toddy's market report JAJEMAN EICHLER. HILL RICiiARbS INC.« MEMBERS NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE DOW JONES 11 A.M. PRICES -2.60 tonight's address and propose -,58 in his economic and > tax ^-.13" messages Friday and 15,380,000 Saturday. Early in the day the Commerce Department reported 1977's fourth-quarter Gross National Proiduct, stripped of inflation; rose 4.2 percent compared with 5.1 perceht in the third period. This left the year's GNP growth rate at 4.9 percent, compared with 6 percent in 1976. : Also, inflation rose at a 6.2 percent in the fourth quarter, vp from the 4.8 percent in the third period based on the GNP deflator index, which is considered the broadest gauge of inflation trends. Against this background, advances outnumbered declines, 616 to 486, among the 1,618 issues crossing the tape. Tlie 517 unchanged issues reflected investor uncertainty. New. York Stock Exchange volume at the two-hour mark amoui^ted tp about 10.2 million shares, compared with 8.77 million traded during the same period Wednesday. Prices were mixed in moderate trading of American Stock Exchange issues. DAILY JOURNAL MIsstng? >f your delivery boy ' happens to miss your home, please phone UKIAH Miss Service Hours 5 to 7 P.M. Sunday 8 to 10 A.M. 468-0123 LAKE COUNTY Miss Service Hours 7 to 9 P.M. 263-3391 WILLirSAREA Betty Malugani 459-247.9 7 to 9 P.M. PHONE 462-6788 NOW PLAYING - DONT MISS IT! 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