Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on July 15, 1974 · Page 12
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 12

Ukiah, California
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Monday, July 15, 1974
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12—Uklah Dally Journal, Ukiah, Calif. Monday, July 15, 1974 SCHOOL GROUNDBREAKING — Groundbreaking ceremonies were,held Saturday morning in Redwood Valley for the new Deep Valley Christian School, to be located bet- Ween Uva Drive and Highway 101 north of School Way. Past and present board members of the school, took turns turning .over a shovelful of soil during the ceremonies, which were presided over by instructor Tony Beuving. Pictured are.left to right, contractor Chet Wood, board member Don Todd, charter members Charlotte Wilson and Lyle Hanks, (partially hid­ den), charter president Jim Hargraves, current Pres. Marion Ward, charter member Bud tindberg, Mendocino County Supervisor Burgess Williams (with shovel), Pastor Dave Donnell of the Calvary Baptist Church (behind Williams), and board member Jerry Martyn. The first phase of the 10-year building program, the main classroom wing and administration building, is due to be completed in 90 days. A high . school building, gym, and athletic fields will be built in the future. -3.91 10,170,000 Today's market report INDUSTRIALS VOLUME Listed Stocks: American Tel & Tel 43 V* Boise Cascade 14% Denny's Restaurants 11% Evans Products 6% General Motors 45Vfe Georgia Pacific 36% Int'l Systems & Control 31% Louisiana Pacific 14% Lucky Stores 10% Masonite 32VV McDonald's 42% . Pacific Gas & Electric 21% Sambos Restaurants «% Standard Oil of Calif. 26% TelePrompTer 3% , TransAmerica 6% Winnebago 5% Over-The-Counter: Advanced Memory Systems 2%-3% Bank of America 29%-29% Diagnostic Data 8-9 Seiscom Delta 1%-2V4 Equitable S-L 6%-7% Shaklee Corp. 8%-9 Pennzoil Offshore Gas 4%-S Vaal Reefs ADR 4ft%-50% NEW YORK (UPI) - With interest rates holding firm, stock prices moved broadly higher in moderate trading today on the New York Stock Exchange. The market was heartened by the decision of First National Bank of Chicago to leave its prime rate — that charged key corporate customers—at 12 per cent, the level for most of the rest of tl$ industry. The formula by which the Chicago bank computes its "floating" prime had called for a rate higher than the 12 per cent level. The Dow Jones Industrial Average, which had been ahead almost 10 points at the outset, was up 5.56 at 792.79 shortly before noon. Advances led declines, 1,052 to 248, among the 1,610 issues crossing the tape. The two-hour turnover amounted to around 6,720,000' •hares, compared with 9,720,000 traded during the same period Friday. Bergs surrender selves on mobile park warrant A Redwood Valley man and his son have turned themselves in to sheriff's' deputies on warrants alleging 24 violations of state and county laws governing the operation of a mobilehome park in Redwood Valley. Raymond Berg, 57, and his 29- year-old son, Darrell, of Elverta, Sacramento County, appeared at the courthouse to surrender themselves, on the warrant, Berg Thursday and his son Friday. Darrell posted $625 bail and was released. The complaint was originally filed by District Attorney Duncan James in December, 1973, and the Bergs were given notice to bring the park into compliance, according to James. When they, allegedly failed to do so, the warrants were issued by Judge Hale McCowen Jr. of the Ukiah Justice Court. The complaints allege Berg permitted the use of mobilehomes in unsanitary condition, use of structurally unsound mobilehomes, operated the park without an appropriate license, allowed waste water to be discharged on the surface, constructed a mobile home without a permit, failed to obtain building and use permits, operated a mobile home park in an area-not zoned for that use, operated the park without public facilities, and allowed the discard of a refrigerator without removing the door in an area where it is accessible to children. The park in question is located on Road C in Redwood Valley. There are six trailers in RECYCLING INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI) — The commander of the Crane, Ind., Naval Ammunition Depot has a garden and a problem, so he called on the Indianapolis Zoo to help him out with a shipment of lion and tiger manure. Capt. Richard McArthy hopes the stuff will scare away the deer, groundhogs, rabbits,, squirrels, chipmunks and other animals which roam the 63,000- acre depot, which includes vegetable and flower gardens. IMS Lakeshore Blvd. DINING DANCING COCKTAILS IN NICE AURORA RISORT Lake County Award of Excellence, Restaurant COMPLETE FULL COURSE $4 JEA DINNERS FROM MUSIC UY THE ALLEY CATS OPEN EVERY NIGHT 274 -VM7 TWO OENSRATIONS OF TILE EXPERIENCE KITCHENS BATHS ENTRYS, ETC. Serving Lake A Mendocino Counties CERAMIC TILE FOR EVERY PURPOSE Complete Remodeling— NEW Construction FREE Estimates 525 N. Main Lakepor?, Calif. the park, one of which suffered extensive damage in a fire and was allegedly never repaired. Natalie Berg, another member of the family, was named in. the original complaint, but charges have been dropped against her. The charges include 18 health TV/first'— show's star shoots self SARASOTA, Fla. (UPI) — A woman television personality told her audience today she had a "first" and then critically wounded herself with one shot in the head as live cameras recorded the event. Chris Chubbick, 30, was reported in critical condition at Sarasota Memorial Hospital. She was just eight minutes into her half hour show "Sun- coast Digest", a variety type program she had hosted in WXLT, Channel 40, for a little more than a year, when she shot herself. "She was giving the news for the very first time and had just reported on a local shooting," one station employe said. "Then she said, 'In keeping with Channel 40's policy of having the news first, you are going to see another first... an attempted suicide'," station officials said in a news release. She then pulled out' a .38- caliber weapon, put it to her head and fired. The cameras immediately went black and within minutes they were back on showing a movie. A fellow worker said Miss Chubbick had given no indication of being upset or bothered by any problem. "She is a very nice girl, outspoken on some things, very liberal on some things," he said. "She is an easy person to get along with and is just like one of the guys." Marijuana plants are confiscated Sheriff's narcotics investigators confiscated 95 marijuana plants Friday afternoon near Laytonville, and arrested a 30-year-old man and his common-law wife on possession, and cultivation of marijuana charges. Taken into custody at their Dos Rios Road home were Jon William Bebnke and Marcia Ann Madsen, 28. Investigators. - reportedly found 95 marijuana plants growing at the couple's residence. The plants were uprooted and confiscated as evidence. Two 21 -year-old Albion men were arrested in Mendocino Sunday for possession of marijuana. Brian Stephen Wallace and Harry Rotbman were taken into custody after they were allegedly observed smoking marijuana cigarettes. and safety code violations, two violations of the county code, three building code violations, and one penal code violation. Seek info [concerning daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jim Langton are frantic with worry for their daughter, Diana, and are asking Mendocino County residents for help. Fourteen-year-old Diana has been missing from the couple's home at 1310 South Helen Ave. since about 9:30 Friday night. Ukiah police and sheriff's deputies have been alerted in an attempt to discover the girl's whereabouts, but with no results. Friends and acquaintences of the girl have been able to provide no leads. Langton is manager of UkJah's TelePrompTer Cable TV. His wife.told the Journal this morning that Diana was last seen with a group of three girls and three boys on the Nokomis school playgrounds Friday night. The girl is described as being about 5'6", weighing about 14045 lbs. with long brown hair, brown eyes and wearing gold- rimmed hexagonal glasses. Her .name and address have been engraved on the temple of the glasses. When last seen, she was wearing bright cords, red sneakers, and a bright green sweater. The sweater is short- sleeved, trimmed in navy blue, with a navy lady bug on the front. Persons who have information concerning Diana are asked to telephone her .parents at 462-6487. No one will be flying Sheila or Re nee today By United Press International Midsummer strikes knocked National Airlines from the skies today and halted work by some 30,000 copper workers at five companies. • Earlier walkouts were in progress by guards at six Ohio prisons, by ready-mix concrete truck drivers in the Greater Chicago area and by National League professional football players throughout the nation. . In Baltimore, tentative agreement to end a crippling strike by more than 3,000 municipal employes was reached early today. Amnesty for striking policemen was the sticky issue holding up a final settlement. State troopers had to be called in to help patrol Baltimore after about half of the city's 2,350 patrolmen struck Thursday night, joining 3,500 other Unknown municipal employes, including garbagemen, who had walked out July 1. Talks broke off today after Police Commissioner Donald D. Pomerleau announced there would be no general amnesty for striking policemen. He said he would fire 82 beginning probationary officers and would demote college-educated police agents to police officers. National Airlines, a major carrier serving the Atlantic Coast and the southern half of the nation, canceled all its 80 morning flights after an estimated 1,600 members of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace workers went on strike. Union pickets appeared at several airports to press demands for higher wages, a shorter work week and other benefits. The officer is Portugal's new PM Coast accident leaves 3 seriously injured A Mendocino couple and a Boonville woman suffered major injuries Friday morning at 11:50 in a. near head-on collision on Highway 1 south of Fort Bragg. Taken to Mendocino Coast Hospital were Myrtle Silva, 48, her husband, Joe, 58, and Elizabeth Van Hoorn, 58, Boonville. A third driver involved in the accident, Stephen Rene Rodgers, 20, Little River, was not injured. State traffic officers say that Rodgers passed the Silva's car Friday morning on Highway 1 about 50 feet north of Brookfield, then stopped suddenly for another vehicle making a left turn. The Silva car, approaching from the rear, also attempted to California Rodeo at stop, but went out of control, crossed the center dividing line and struck the Van Hoorn vehicle. In other accidents over the -weekend: — A 20-year-old Willits man sustained moderate injuries and three passengers in his car received minor injuries yesterday morning at 2 on Primrose Lane, west of Acacia Dr. in the Brooktrails subdivision. Officers say that Ricky Arthur Munson apparently lost control of his car trying to avoid hitting a deer in the roadway. The car ran off the road and struck a tree. Also injured were Douglas Nichols, 18, and Phil Buford, 18, both of Willits, and Andrea Maxwell, 15, of Carson City, Nev. All were taken to Howard Memorial Hospital for treatment. Salinas Mendocino County will be represented in the California Rodeo to be held at Salinas July 18-21, it was announced today by Gene Nielsen, president of the famous cowboy classic. Competing in the arena events will be Mark Van Housen, Ukiah, saddle bronc riding. . In the arena the nation's top cowboys will pit their skill and courage against some of the wildest stock ever brought to Salinas. The animals were hand-picked by Chet Behen, arena director, from the top animals of stock contractors in three states. Featured events on the track will include "Las Angelinas," an escaramuza charra group, and "The Glissade," a colorful pageant of the history of the gliding horse through twenty- five centuries. Five Fires burn acre over weekend California Division of Forestry crews fought several spot blazes and extinguished two grass- and timber fires which burned one-half acre over the weekend. The first of the five fires was Saturday morning at 9:59 a.m. five miles north of Hopland. it was a spot grass fire. Fire crews also extinguished two spot grass fires in the Ukiah area Sunday, one at 1:55 a.m., another at 2:39 a.m. No damage resulted. The two quarter-acre fires took place Sunday afternoon and evening. One blaze burned Vi-acre of grass in Potter Valley at 12:15 p.m.; the other V«-acre of timber two miles west of Laytonville at 6:01 p.m. LISBON (UPI) — Prime Minister-designate Vasco Goncalves, racing to end Portugal's first major political crisis since the April 25 army revolution, today resumed talks with political leaders and said he < hoped to form a new coalition government today or Tuesday. Goncalves was an almost unknown army colonel until , President Antonio de Spinola in a suprise move Saturday night picked him to lead the fight against mounting problems at home and in Africa. After more than 12 hours of political negotiations, Goncalves went home late Sunday evening saying he was through for the day. But at 3 a.m. he had an unscheduled meeting at his home with Socialist party leader Mario Soares, the foreign minister in the outgoing cabinet who has been leading negotiations with guerrilla movements in Portugal's African territories. At Id a.m., Goncalves was back at his desk at Belen Palace. A spokesman said Spinola and Goncalves would meet at a "working lunch" at the palace. Goncalves said he was optimistic about prospects of a quick end to the crisis but he warned, "forming a government is not as easy as making a cup of tea. It needs practice." The spare, soft-spoken officer with thinning hair —unlike the flamboyant, monocled Spinola —had not been mentioned previously as a possible candidate for prime minister. Government information officials released only sketchy biographical information about the new prime minister, but indicated he was a prominent member of the group of army officers behind the April 25 coup. His assignment was aimed at ending a crisis touched off July 9 when Portugal's first postcoup prime minister, Adelino da Palma Carlos, quit with four other ministers. Spinola promptly fired the entire cabinet. After a hectic day of political consultations, Spinola confidently told newsmen Sunday "the crisis is over. It happened because our country has become only a bit democratic and a slight panic resulted" At the end of 12 hours of talks Sunday with party politicians and a meeting with Spinola, Goncalves said he was calling it Todays Thoughts Presented by Rod Zimmerman Bishop Sheen expressed an obvious truth, "Parents hold authority from God over their children and are responsible for them". He is really saying rules and restraints must be Imposed on children because they have an untrained mind. Parents who feel their children wtfl not love them and seem fearful of being labelled old-fashioned or straight-laced If discipline Is enforced are mistaken. Children not only need but actually want to respect their parents- and -they know when they behave badly. ... , Many of the faults of the "drop outs'' of society are directly traceable, to undeveloped discipline at an earlier age. Love, discipline and security are the foundation of a child's life. Without these a child's life Is stunted from the very beginning. In fact, It can be said to love • • ••• •-, • »«•"»• « •••«* •» aiumsu iiwm ino very Beginning, in Tac Is to discipline. These truths are beautifully stated In Proverbs 29: 17. he shall give you rest; yea, he shall give delight unto thy soul" "Correct thy son, and 925 N state st. ZIMMERMAN'S MORTUARY a day but would resume his talks today. "My object is to make as few changes as possible from the previous government in order to benefit from its experiences," he said. Ever since the coup, Portugal, has been trying to find an acceptable formula for relinquishing its African colonial empire and restoring economic order at home. The country is also plagued by a slump in tourism, usually a steady foreign exchange earner. The political turmoil has apparently kept some prospective visitors away and a cholera epidemic scared away others. airline averages 20,000 passengers a day. Copper workers numbering about 30,000 went on strike at midnight after negotiations with five companies failed to produce new contracts. Talks continued between negotiators and management at Kennecott Copper Corp., in Phoenix, Ariz., but picket lines were set at the company's Magna, Utah, mine. Talks broke off in San Francisco with American Smelting arid Refining Co.; with Phelps Dodge Corp. in Phoenix; with Magna Copper Co., in Tucson, Ariz., and Inspiration Consolidated Copper Co. in Miami, Ariz. Two other companies, Anaconda and Amaz of New Jersey previously reached agreement with the unions involved. The Anaconda settlement included a wage hike of 86.4 cents an hour, In Chicago, a strike by 2,700 ready-mix concrete truck drivers entered its third month but drivers were expected to be back behind wheels by, next week. A tentative agreement aided by federal mediators was reached Saturday. The strike has all but halted construction in the nine-county Northern Illinois,, area, delaying major road 'repair and building projects estimated at as high as II billion. The nine-day-old Ohio prison strike by guards spread to a sixth prison and Ohio National Guardsmen were called in to help man the Ohio maximum security facility at Lucasville. STEAK HOUSE NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Home Entertainment Sale No. D4195 SAVE •50 19-in. 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