Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on July 22, 1974 · Page 2
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Ukiah, California
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Monday, July 22, 1974
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2—Uklah Dally Journal, Uklah, Calif. Monday, July 22, 1974 SAILING ALONG — Sid TruesdeU of Ukiah pulls into the lead at the starting point during the Venture keel boat race as part of the Lake Mendocino Sailing Club's first Regatta Saturday and Sunday. Kevin Smith of Ukiah' captains the Venture 25 to the left of Truesdell's Venture 222 above. At right, Mike andTascha Passof lend a hand assisting their parents, Pete and Flo Passof, on the race committee, the races were held in conjunction with Sunday's combined Rotary Club water carnival. —Journal photos by Raymond County Farm Bureau elects officer slate Regatta results Several towns were represented among wimert at the first Lake Mendocino Sailing Club Regatta, held Saturday and Sunday at Lake Mendocino in conjunction with the Ukiah and South Ukiah Rotary Clubs' water carnival. Bob Hunt of Ukiah took top honors in the Snipe competition, followed by Al Nicoliasen of Ukiah and Tom Hudson of Redwood Valley. Stan West of WUlita copped first in the FJ class, with Fort Bragg's Carl Stoneman placing second. The El Toro race was won by Bruce McDevitt of Fort Bragg. Ukiah's Tom Hunt took second, and Paul Shea of Fort Bragg finished third. The miscellaneous handicap race was won by Allen Day of Windsor in a Laser. Barry Murphy of Fort Bragg sailed to a second place finish, in a Sunfish, and Bob Werra of Ukiah took third in a C SkoW. The Venture keel boat heat was won by Sid Truesdell of Ukiah in a Venture 222, While Walt Robie of Ukiah took second in his Venture 24. Club Commodore Nicoliasen presented trophies Sunday evening. Bill Pauli of Potter Val)ey was elected to a second one- year term as president of the Mendocino County Farm Bureau during the annual dinner held Friday night at the Mendocino-Lake clubhouse. Also reelected were Stan Hildreth of Ukiah, 1st vice president, and Helen Bartow, Willits, 2nd vice president. Ukiah DOIIM Journal ullit ( it\ Ncwsp;i|)ci; DEAN DeVRIES Publisher GEO. HUNTER Man. Ed. B.A. COBER Pub. Enter: Published daily except Sat. Sun. and certain holidays by the Mendocino Publishing Co., at 590South School Street, Ukiah, Mendocino County, California 95482 Second class postage paid at Ukiah, Calif. Business Office Phone 462-1421 Subscription Rates Main and Carrier: $2.00 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 Daily Journal Missing? If your delivery boy happens to^msTydyr home please phone UKIAH Miss Service Hours 5 to 7 P.M. 462-1421 WILLITS Cressie Dobbins 459-2713 Nice & Lucerne Miss Service Hours 6to7P.M. 274-1916 A slate of 32 directors was named to represent the entire county .for the coming year. Pauli introduced Garey Hurn who will serve the Farm Bureau as legislative representative. Appearing as principal speaker was Superior Court Judge Tim O'Brien, who stressed the need of effective legislative representation for the Farm Bureau within this county. Judge O'Brien urged the directors of the Farm Bureau to set firm policy in order to make Hurn effective in his dealings with .the board of supervisors, the planning commission, and other county agencies. He also stressed the need for the directors to have one person designated in each super­ visorial district to make contact with 'Mhe supervisor representing that district to provide maximum representation. The judge also stressed the importance of the Farm Bureau taking an active role in local politics. Switching to juvenile justice as administered by the local courts, Judge O'Brien told his listeners that they should feel free to discuss with himself or Judge A.B. Broaddus this aspect of the court functions. "If you're unhappy with juvenile justice, feel free to talk to the judges," O'Brien said. The judge singled out Nelmes, Smith, former vice president and manager of the Ukiah branch of the Bank of America, for a little good-natured joshing. Smith, one of the hard-working crew of Porno Shrine members who prepared and served the dinner, was reminded by O'Brien that fame was fleeting since a teller's reply to a bank customer who attempted to cash a check by stating that "she was a friend of Nelmes Smith" was — "Who's he?" Following are the directors and the areas which they will be representing: Ward Hanes, James Gowan, Archie Schoenahl, Anderson Valley. Pete Barra, Richard Wolford, Calpella-Redwood Valley. Tom Ashurst, Chris Keiffer, Hopland. Bud . Sloan, Lorraine Woodruff, Long Valley. Russell Biaggi, Bill Walsh, Walt Stornetta, Point Arena- Manchester. Ken Stroh, Richard Wood, Bill Pauli, Don Todd, Eugene McFaddeh, Potter Valley. Lois Hurt, Grant Winters, Ray Bauer, Round Valley. Ethel German, John Parducci, Malcolm King, Hubert Redemeyer, Leon Hooper, Standley Hildreth, Dayle Waddington, Richard Mattern, Norma Bartolomei, Ray Bartolomei, Ukiah. Ted Vieu, Helen Bartow, Willits. Water district will hold special meet The Redwood Valley Water District will hold a special meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of E.C. Goodwin, 8521 East Road, to adopt a resolution for submission of a loan application under Public Law 984, it was reported this . morning by secretary, Ethel Jameson. GETTING ACQUAINTED — Garey Hum, left, who was introduced Friday night during the annual dinner and election of the Mendocino County Farm Bureau at the Mendocino' Lake clubhouse, chats with 1st vice president Stan Hildreth and Mrs. Hildreth. Hurn will serve as full-time legislative representative for the MCFB and serve in a public relations capacity. —Journal photo by K. Hunter , . Today? Market Report Wall Street chatter . JULY 22,1974 BATEMAN EICHLER, HILL RICHARDS INC. MEMBERS OF THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE 11: A.M. PRICES INDUSTRIALS -.16 VOLUME 7,350,000 TWO GENERATIONS OF TILE EXPERIENCE KITCHENS BATHS ENTRYS, ETC. Phone M3-SMS Serving Lake & Mendocino Counties CERAMIC TILE FOR EVERY PURPOSE Complete Remodeling—New Construction FREE 525 N. Main : Estimates Lakeport, CalH. DINING DANCING COCKTAILS IN NICE l£l H . AURORA RESORT Lake County Award of Excellence, Restaurant COMPLETE FULL COURSE DINNERS FROM '3.50 MUSIC BY THE ALLEY CATS i Blvd. OPEN EVERY NIGHT Listed Stocks: American Tel & Tel 43Ms Boise Cascade 15 Denny's Restaurants 11% Evans Products 6Vi General Motors 44% Georgia Pacific 36% Int'l Systems & Control 33% Louisiana Pacific 14% Lucky Stores 10% ! Masonite 33Vi McDonald's 44 Pacific Gas & Electric 21% Sambos Restaurants 13% Standard Oil of Calif. 25% TelePrompTer 3% TransAmerica 6% Winnebago 5% Over-The-Counter: Advanced Memory Systems 2%-3 Bank of America 34%-34% Diagnostic Data MHfe-UVfc Seiscom Delta 2-2% Equitable S-L 6%-7 Shaklee Corp. m -W* Pennzoil Offshore Gas 5%Vaal Reefs ADR 52%-53 NEW YORK (UPI) - With little motivating news in the background, the stock market moved lower in light trading today on the New York Stock Exchange. The Dow Jones industrial average was off 4.07 at 783.87 shortly before noon. Declines led advances, 611 to 506, among the 1,509 issues crossing the tape. The two-hour . volume amounted to around 4,170,000 shares, compared with 5,770,000 'traded during the same period Friday. The only solid news relating to the market was the decision of First National Bank of Chicago to leave its prime rate —that charged key. corporate customers—at 12 per cent. Most other major banks made this decision last week. Analysts and investors now are watching to see if there is a letup in the interest rate rise. This is one reason volume has been low. American Telephone & Telegraph, the most widely held stock in the nation, was the most active issue, up Vfe at 43 % on 128,700 shares. Some glamor issues took a beating. IBM lost 2 Mi, Johnson & Johnson 1 %, Merck 1 % and Xerox 1. Dupont dropped 1 %, Eastman Kodak %. Oils were mixed. Superior Oil gained 3 %, Exxon 1 % and Natomas 1. Ohio Standard eased 1 %, Kerr-McGee 1 % and Schlumberger 1. Other groups showed little movement. Prices were slightly higher in moderate trading on the American Stock Exchange. Giant Yellowknife was the mOst active issue, off % at 18, % on 17,200 shares. NEW YORK (UPI) — Blyth Eastman Dillon says it is maintaining a "very defensive investment posture" in the stock market. The firm says among the reasons for its concern are such things as Consolidated Edison economic problems, the continuing high rate of inflation, the collapse of several governments around the world and rising interest rates. industrial average, the firm says, could "provide heavy selling pressure at least for the next few weeks. "While the list appears to be groping for a major bottom, traders and investors are advised to remain on the sidelines until there is clear evidence that the worst has been seen," says Merkin & Co. Some technical weaknesses in the Dow Jones FAIR FEAT PLACERVTtLE, Calif. (UPI) — Mike Visman, 28, is the best wheelbarrow pusher in the Mother Lode country. It took the hometown man just four minutes and five seconds Sunday to muscle his 64 pounds of gravel over the 660- yard obstacle course of the grueling John M. Studebaker wheelbarrow race. The defending champion, David Strangland, was ahead of Visman but was disqualified because his load was five pounds short of the 50-pound minimum. The race, held over rocks and logs and through tunnels and watertraps, is a highlight of the Gold Discovery Fair. Wright Investor's Service is recommending a "policy of selectiye investment while maintaining' a moderately reduced cash equivalent reserve for use-in the secondary price reaction which characteristicly interrupts new bull markets within three to six months of their inception." Letter to the editor Redwood Valley, Calif. Open letter to Baughn and Cameron Mobile Home Sales: The American flag should have meaning to all of us as citizens of this country. Therefore your blatant misuse of our Stars and Stripes irritates me. For months I have been driving by your place of 'business, and have never once seen the flag lowered at night or during stormy weather. There is a proper way to exhibit the flag, and I wish you would read up on the rules! Mrs. K.R. Christensen BROILER STEAK HOUSE NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Precious metals SHAMAZ TRADING COMPANY New York Comex silver: 4.24 - down .06 London gold fixing: 143.00 — down 2.50 , Austrian 100 Corona gold coin: 157.00 Mexican 50 Peso gold coin: 194.50 U.S. $20.00 gold piece: 245.00 Bag U.S. 90 Pet. silver coins ($1,000.00 face): 3,175.00 DR. R. DALE SPENCER OPTOMETRIST Announces That He Has Assumed The Optometric Practice Of The Late DR. TREVIS D. MARSHA All Past Records and Histories Remain Available Dally 9:00 to 5:30 Sat. 9:00to 12:00 462-2602 Policeman gunned down; 4 a FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (UPI) — The radio crackled with patrolman Walter D. Dyankoffs desperate appeal: "Help, Help, Help; I've been ...."then it went Silent. Before he could finish the' sentence, a third bullet was pumped into the head of the twice-wounded Fort Lauderdale policeman Sunday, other officers said. "He didn't even have time to draw his gun," police spokesman Tom Brophy said. Dyankoff, 40, a 15-year police veteran, was patrolling alone in his cruiser when a radio dispatcher reported a robbery' in progress a£ a seafood house. Ilynakoff drove up behind the restaurant and opened a rear door to find four masked bandits holding four restaurant employes at gunpoint. One gunman wheeled and fired, twice, wounding Ilynakoff in the chest and stomach. Ilynakoff fell but freed his walkie talkie and began his appeal for help. Before he could complete the call, Brophy said, a bandit walked over and pumped a third shot into Dyankoffs head, killing him. The four bandits fled, one of them in Ilyankqff's patrol car, which was found abandoned a Pleasanton man held in theft A 23-year-old Pleasanton man was apprehended near Windsor by California Highway Patrol officers Sunday afternoon after he allegedly stole personal belongings from two Arcadia residents who had accepted a ride from him. David Leroy Carrera and a female juvenile were returned to Mendocino County after their arrest. The girl was placed in juvenile hall. Reports indicate Carrera picked up Dennis Margette, 22, and his brother, James, 17, as they were hitchhiking southbound on Highway 101. The group stopped at Squaw Rock to swim in the river and Carrera allegedly drove off with the victims' belongings. Light Horse Show Aug. 8 Even before official grand opening ceremonies are held at this. year's Redwood Empire Fair in Ukiah August 8, there'll be plenty going on at the fairgrounds. The 4-H Light Horse Show begins at 9 a.m. and continues throughout the day. At 5 p.m., a chicken barbeque will be held in the Parker Memorial Arena as the action breaks, only to resume with the evening portion of the show beginning at 6 p.m. The evening performance will be highlighted, by the grand entry, and special dressage and driving exhibition. Classes in the show include paired equestrian, stock horse, hunter hack, junior jumping, and lead, saddle and ride. The horse show is free of charge to spectators. few blocks away. Nearly 100 men equipped with dogs and three helicopters joined the massive manhunt. About 90 minutes after the shooting, a suspect identified as George Angelo De Costa, 25, of Jacksonville, Fla., was flushed from a rock pit in a wooded area two miles west of the restaurant. When De Costa apparently made a threatening gesture after being ordered to "freeze," Patrolman Michael Bushell fired a shotgun blast which grazed De Costa's head, police said. De Costa was treated for a wound above the left eye. A second suspect, Alvin Ray Lewis, 21, Fort Lauderdale, was arrested at a Fort Lauderdale house Sunday night. Police said a third suspect, Alvin Bernard Ford, about 21, Gainesville, also was arrested at his apartmet SUnday night. Officers said it was believed Ford shot Dyankoff. , A fourth suspect, Henry Jackson, 35, of Jacksonville, . was arrested a( his home early today. Vandehey named L-P controller OROVILLE — Randy E., Vandehey, former accountant with Louisiana-Pacific Corp's. Ukiah division, has been promoted to controller for L-P's Oroville division, according to Sherman E. Kirchmeier, Oroville division manager. Vandehey's new responsibilities include coordination of the Oroville division's new data processing systems at Red Bluff, and development of financial and profit and loss statements for Oroville division mills at Red Bluff, OroviDe, Crescent Mills, Greenville and Elk Creek. He will be based in the Oroville division's new headquarters at Red Bluff. An eight-year veteran of the forest products industry, Vandehey held the position of senior accountant in Georgia- Pacific Corporation's Woodland, Maine operations ' prior to joining L-P. A native of Forest Grove, Oregon, Vandehey was awarded a Bronze Star while serving in the U.S. Arhiy' Medical Corps in Vietnam. He is a ' 1967 graduate of the University of Portland, Ore. with a bachelor of business! administration degree. GRASS FIRE California Division of Forestry spokesmen reported one fire over the weekend, a quarter-acre grass blaze five miles south of Fort Bragg Sunday afternoon at 2:02. "We take down & Rehang Draperies" 462 3728 Eddington Cleaners 171? S. State L3 784 N. State St. Ukiah, Ca. 95482 PRINTING Your Own Personal Touch... Design your own stationery to your own specifications with help from our creative staff ... full name and address or monogram. It's, a great gift idea, too. Our rates are reasonable. Ask About Color Printing Central Printing 145 EAST CHURCH STREET PHONE (707) 462-4666. UKIAH

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