Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on July 17, 1974 · Page 16
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 16

Ukiah, California
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Wednesday, July 17, 1974
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Wednesday/July 17, 1974 16—UMah Dally Journal, Uklah Calif. Mankind's giant leap It hat been IHw years since one-sixth of the world's p?9*tot\onhe»rd the words of Apolfe 11 astronaut Nell A. Armstrong the afternoon of July 20,196f: Houston, this is Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed." And all the world rejoiced at the achievement, man had reached the moon. Four hours later,, Armstrong and fellow astronaut Edwin t. "Bust" Aldrin stepped from the lunar module, "Eagle to the Moon's surface. Dramatically, Armstrong said to a television'audience of millions on earth, "That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind." saw Watergate impact- nounal verbification JUST above the moon's surface, the Eagle prepares for touchdown July 20. This E hoto, taken by astronaut dward Collins who piloted the command module "Columbia", shows earth just above the lunar horizon. GOLD-tinted visor of Aldrin's helmet gives him an eerie appearance as he conducts vehicular tests at the landing site. Photos were taken by Apollo 11 commander Armstrong. EARTH rises majestically above the Moon's horizon, 240,000 miles away. This photo was taken just prior to the Eagle's touchdown as sr.. the astronauts began — "lunar orbit insertion burn." Your today, tomorrow by the stars For Thursday, July 18,1974 Cancer doesn't play games where^ money and family are concerned. These are the persons who comprise the majority, of "Who's Who In Commerce and Industry." Here are the individuals who know and understand property, real estate, basic security, the protective edge. Cancer makes money with Leo, love to Scorpio, has doubts about Gemini, takes short trips with Virgo, long journeys with Pisces, can marry Capricorn and close a business deal • with Aries. Cancer is the Moon and number 2 and mother and a blanket which keeps out the cold, cruel world.,That's Cancer and when the game playing is finished and the chips are to be counted, count on this native. ARIES (March 21-April 19): No one seems to want you to have an easy time. Obstacles appear to be order of the day. If PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 15866 SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA FOR THE COUNTY OF MENDOCINO Estate of HANS A. EDWARDSEN, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the creditors of the above named decedent that all persons having claims against the said decedent are required to file them, with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the clerk of the above entitled court, or to present them, with the necessary vouchers, to the undersigned at P.O. Box 636, Ukiah, California 95482, which is the place of business of the undersigned in all matters pertaining to the estate of said decedent, within four months after the first publication of this notice. Dated June 27, 1974 s— Ada J. Edwardsen ADA J. EDWARDSEN Executrix of the will of the above named decedent JACK C. HAM SON Attorney at Law P.O. Box 636 Ukiah, California 95482 Telephone: (707) 462-8693 Attorney for Executrix First publication: July 3, 1974' 7-3,10,17^4,1974 quiet within, you will obtain needed answers. Contracts, partnerships are under pressure. Go slow. Wait and observe. One you respect will confide reasons for delays. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Obtain valid hint from Aries message. Accent moderation. Peal with Gemini, Sagittarius individuals. Highlight ability to utilize available material. Don't scatter "efforts. One step at a time will achieve purpose. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Money, income, investments and basic security — these areas are highlighted.® Aquarius, Leo and Scorpio persons play prominent roles. Be skeptical of one who promises something for nothing. Check valuables. Study fine print. CANCER (June 21-July 22): Be ready for change, travel, variety, exciting contacts. Your ability to analyze is enhanced. You see through sham and detect the real thing. Cycle is high and you hurdle pbstacles. Roadblock will be removed. Gemini, Virgo persons play key roles. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Look over your shoulder. Someone is trying to tell you something. A family member is involved and you would do well to listen. Make adjustment. Avoid extremes. Be diplomatic. Avoid shouting match. Maintain balance and modicum of dignity. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Avoid tendency to see through romantic haze. Instead, perceive people, situations as they actually exist. Some hopes, wishes are due for revision. Let go of childish inclinations. Settle for quality, maturity. A friend confides breakup of what was to be a permanent situation. 1 LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): You have more pressure than usual! ... key^, now is to mlmipMate^^ don't settle for leftovers, second best or used products. False modesty is not your long suit. Accept responsibility, but be. sure you obtain money's worth. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Break down barriers which keep you tied to past. It is time to perceive future and your personal potential. Aries, Libra persons are likely to be involved. Door, previously closed, will unlock — walk in and test the air! SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): What appears to be opposition will boomerang in your favor. Accent is on independence, creativity, money from unorthdox source. Leo, Aquarius persons could figure in important ways, i Much of what, occurs could be hidden from view. You will understand. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): You may have to slow so that mate, partner can catch your,pace. Key now is to observe, learn, plan, determine direction. Cancer individual figures prominently. Accent is on agreement,,ability to come to terms with one who means much to you but holds opposite views. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): One who should know better seems to push, cajole, criticize. Don't compound error. By maintaining your personal dignity, you win friends and a possible promotion. Sense of humor wouldn't hurt, either. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Do some remodeling, rebuilding. Check plans with expert. You have right to enjoy what you earn. Strive to fulfill aspirations. Message from afar proves that you are appreciated — relish compliments from those you admire. Scorpio may be in picture. IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY you have embarked upon new cycle and this month, July, could be the most significant one of 1974 for you. Aries, Libra persons are drawn to you. You are attracted to medicine; you are capable of aiding those with problems. You project moods. You are a wonderful person to have around during crisis periods. SHORT HONEYMOON OLYMPIA, Wash. (UPI) — The honeymoon has been spoiled fpr Ronald E. Forkner, 24, and his pride, Ardith Botts. ,,FBI Agents announced Monday that the pair had been taken into custody near Merritt, B.C., by provincial police. Forkner had been given a temporary release from the State Reformatory in Monroe, Wash., on June 21 so he could marry Miss Botts. They fled after the ceremony. Forkner had been serving a term for forgery and assault. He began his prison term in May 1972. BESIDES Old Glory. "Buzz" Aldrin surveys the lunar landscape as he explores Tranquility base, site of the Eagle's touchdown. By DICK WEST WASHINGTON (UPI) - The impact of the Watergate tapes can be measured in many ways, one being an increase in nounal verbification. People see in the transcripts how President Nixon and his aides kept converting nouns into verbs, and the next thing -you know they are talking that way themselves. The favorite White House verbification involves the, noun "stone wall." As when the President told John Mitchell "I want you to stonewall it." It may be argued that since "stonewall" already existed in verb form the President and his men were not verbifying, or forming verbs themselves. But that is a weak argument. Lexicographers only recognize "stonewall" as a verb in its cricket and parliamentary contexts. • In cricket, it means to play entirely on the defensive. In parliamentary terminology, it means about the same thing as "filibuster.". It is clear from the transcripts that the White House crowd was using it in another context; i.e., to stand firm like a stone wall, the way Stonewall Jackson stood at Bull Run. Therefore, I stand on my ' statement that the President's remark to Mitchell constitutes verbification in the, first degree. In any event, it is catching on. As I was leaving a cocktail party on a recent evening, I commented that the large group still clustered around the shrimp dip was a tribute to the . hostess' hospitality. "I think they are going to hardcore it," she said. Now every cocktail party has a hard core of guests who hang on far into the night. But this was the first time I had heard them verbified. Vilified maybe, but not verbified. Another clear cut case of verbification turned- up the other day in a conversation I overheard on a Capitol elevator, apparently between two lobbyists. One was telling the other that the only way to get his point across to congressmen was to "blackboard it." As to what effect this trend will have on the language, I am not qualified to say. STEAK HOUSi NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK H Newspaper Enterprise Association/ New York-Ch Reproduction m whole O' <n pan prohibited ccept oy pp '.'niss 'cyi of Newspaper Enterprise -Assn Love overcomes Soviet reef tape MOSCOW (UPI) — Diane Nemec, 22-year-old daughter of a retired Chicago police officer, married her Russian fiance Tuesday, after overcoming Soviet red tape that blocked the ceremony for weeks. Miss Nemec, who is four months pregnant, married Sergei P. Iganshev, 34, in a 10- minute ceremony at Moscow's Central Wedding Palace. "I'm so happy that its finally over," said the bride. "Right up until the end, I was afraid they would do something to stop it." About a dozen friends attended the ceremony. The new Mrs. Ignashev said she planned- to go to Chicago and have their child. She hoped Sergei could join her there. Women "If he can't get out right away, then J'll try to come back here after the baby is born," she said. The latest roadblock to the marriage, originally planned. June 27, came when a Russian woman claimed that Iganshev, a translator and librarian, was the father of her unborn child. He denied the charge and said he had never met her, before. "We knew from the beginning that was just a.pretext. She has not appeared again and the Soviets have just dropped the whole thing," the new bride said after Tuesday's wedding. Miss Nemec came to Moscow in June, 1972, first working as a mother's helper and later as a translator on the English- Answer to Previous Pgzzle 15Ti language Moscow News. She was discharged in April after • > telling her employer of her marriage plans. DEEP VALLEY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL Registration Open For 74-75 School Year GRADES K-8 -NEW- KINDERGARTEN IN UKIAH We welcome anyone interested in Christ-Centered Quality education. Our tuition is below average for Christian Schools in Calif. All our staff members are dedicated Christian Educators. CALL 485-8700 OR 485-7728 Or come out to the Redwood Valley Community Church- Across from Ply-Fab in Downtown Redwood Valley. 971 School Way. ACROSS 1 —-Hari 5 Joan of 8 — West II Official act 13 Equality of value 14 Ancient 15 Landed property 16 Feminine name 17 Civil War. general 18 Biblical penitent (2 wds.) 21 Biblical patriarch (var.) 22 Building addition 23 Yard or pound 27 —Post 31 Upper Limb 32 Overturns 34 Blackthorn 35 Mount in Jerusalem (var.) 37 Row 39 Footed vase 40 —Bernhardt" 42 Teaching units 44 Legendary bird 46 "O sole— : " 47 Japanese classic (2 wds.) 53 Islands near New Guinea 54 Choler 55 Heath genus 57 Duct(biol) 58 Cover 59 Discourage 60 Malt brew 61 Positive answer 62 Office item DOWN 1 Hebrew letter 2 Masculine appellation 3 Feminine nickname 4 Oak fruits 5 Capital of 8 "——Flanders" (Defoe) 9 On the sheltered side 10 Garden of delight 12 Test 19 Deserve 20 Charitable gift 23 Liturgical celebration 2^ Assam silkworm 25 Koman god of love 26 Poet it- narration Western Samoa 28 Legendary founder of Troy 52 Frozen liquids 6 Stove 7 Infant's bed 29 Learning 'NKWSI'Al'KR ENTERPRISE ASSN 30 Desires (coll.) 33 Swedish novelist, Lagerlof 36 Not one (dial.) 38 Lifted 41 Sermon 43 Flew high , 45 Scientist. Marie 47 Melted rock 48 Soviet inland sea 49 Actress. Eleanora 50 Vivid colors 51 Predatory bird 56 Biblical vessel 1 2 3 * I 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 » > 21 • n 1 23 24 25 26 • 1 28 ?9 30 31 1 • • t 33 1 1 35 36 • 1 • 39 40 • 1 43 44 45 • « | 47 48 49 BP i - 51 52 L 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 17 BAKED GOODS Pie of the Week MAI TAI 8 inch Pie each Pound Cake Delicious Toasted Turnovers Lemon Snow Cake Apple Pie You'll Find Us At: 653 So. State St. 69 4,., 89 C 8 inch 8 inch Deep Dish $949 99 c For Bakery Information Phone: 462-7417 Items and prices in this ad are available July 17, 1974 thru July 23, 1974 SAFE WAV Bake Shop

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