The Sacramento Bee from Sacramento, California on May 15, 1987 · 30
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B2 The Sacramento Bee Friday May Weather Forecast Warm Stationary ! Sacramento forecast ' Sunny with variable winds to 5 mph Partly cloudy Saturday ‘‘Sacramento high 97 low 63 Pollution Standard Index ”f5 — Moderate Sacramento data Thursday’s high was 103 the low Thursday morning was 67 Temperature extremes on re- cord for May 14 since 1877: Highest 103 in 1987 (previous record 99 in 1972) lowest 41 in 1899 Relative humidity (at Executive Airport) at 5 pm Thursday was 20 percent - Rainfall for 24 hours ending at 5 pm Thursday: none Total for this month: none Since July 1: r 1280 inches which is 485 inches below the seasonal norm Thursday’s Pollution Standard Index 67 — Moderate Extended outlook For Northern Catltxma Sunday through T uesday — Afternoon clouds oer the mountains with chance ot showers otherwise tar inland Variable coastal tog and low clouds and cooler inland Intenor vallevs highs upper 70s and 80s lows 50s to low 60s Coastal highs in the upper 50s to mid 60s lows 45 to 55 Coastal vallevs highs mid 60s to mid 80s lows 45 to 55 Mountain resorts highs in the 70s lows mid 30s to the 40s Sun and moon Sunnse today 5 55 a m sunset 810pm moonrise 10 15 pm moonset 6 27am Other forecasts MOTHER LODE — Sunny with variable winds to 15 mph Far this evening becoming partly cloudy Saturday Highs upper 80s to mid Ws low m the mid-50s to mid-60s SIERRA NEVADA — Scattered afternoon and evening thunderstorms then a partial clearing A chance ot afternoon thunderstorms Saturday Lane Tahoe high 73 low 34 SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY — Mostly sunny and hot with light winds Sunny and hot Saturday Stockton high 97 low 62 BAY AREA — Morning clouds and fog along the coast otherwise mostly sunny Afternoon westerly winds 10 to 20 mph Mostly cloudy Saturday with morning tog along the coast and partly cloudy elsewhere San Francisco high 75 low 57 NORTHWESTERN - Cloudy with fog along the coast clearing m most areas by midmomrig but persisting north ot Cape Mendocino Mostly sunny inland with a chance of afternoon thunderstorms over the mountains Northerly winds 10 to 20 mph Cloudy Saturday near the ocean and partly cloudy elsewhere Highs from the 60s at the ocean to the 90s inland Temperatures Elsewhere California Associated Press Great Fails Greenstoro N C Harford Helena Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Jackson Miss Jacksonville Juneau Kansas City Las Vegas Little Rock Louisville Lubbock Memphis Miami Beach Midiand-Odessa Milwaukee Mpls-St Paul Nashville New Orleans New York City Norfolk Va North Platte Oklahoma City Philadelphia PhOPfHA P'ltsbufgh Portland Marne Portland Ore Providence Raleigh Rapid City Reno Richmond St lows Water storage Courtesy ot the State Department ot Water Resources and the U S Bureau ot Reclamation Sacramento River SHASTA - Capacity 4 552 100 acre leet elevation 1 042 92 feet inflow 6210 cts outflow 12 680 ds storage 3 870 300 acre teel storage year ago this dale 4 117 400 acre leet KESWICK - Capacity 23 300 acre feet elevation 585 95 leet mltow 14 140 ds outflow 1 3 980 cfs storage 23 105 acre fpet storage year ago this date -Feather River OROVILLE DAM - Capacity 3 538000 acre feet elevation 863 84 leet mllow t 930 ds outflow 7 400 cfs storage 2 998 300 acre feet storage year ago this date 3 243 023 acre leet American River FOLSOM DAM - Capacity 1 010 000 acre teet elevation 440 44 teet mllow 2 060 ds outflow 1 1 50 ds storage 737 300 acre leet storage year ago this date 787 400 acre leet NIMBUS DAM - Capacity 8 800 acre feet elevation 123 70 feet mllow 990 ds outflow 1 060 ds storage 8 120 acre leet storage year ago this dale — Tnmty Rtvar TRINITY DAM - Capacity 2 500 000 acre teet elevation 2 360 75 teet mtlow 3 580 ds outllow 1 780 cts Storage 2 298 800 acre teet storage year ago this date 2 267 800 f Mi 15 1987 For 24-hour QOQ OOAA information call: v70"u0tt4t Source Accu-Weather Inc MOUNT SHASTA-SISKIYOU — A chance of altemoon thunderstorms over the highet terrain Northerly winds 10 to 15 mph Partly cloudy Saturday with a chance of afternoon thunderstorms Highs 75 to 85 lows 35 to 50 NORTHEASTERN — A chance of aflemoon and evening thunderstorms with light winds Partly cloudy Saturday with a chance of aflemoon thunderstorms Highs 70 to 80 lows in the 40s LOS ANGELES - Cloudy early m the day becoming partly sunny and hazy m afternoon Night and morning low clouds Saturday with hazy afternoon sunshine Highs m lower to rndJJOs lowsinlowtomd-60s NEVADA — North Mostly sunny m the morning becoming partly cloudy m the afternoon and evening with slight chance ot a thunderstorm Gusty winds near thunderstorms Highs m the upper 80s low in the upper 40s South Thunderstorms mainly m the afternoon and evening Gusty winds near thunderstorms Las Vegas high 97 low 70 River stages Courtesy State Department of Water resources and U S Bureau ot Reclamation and National Weather Service Heights and times of high and low waters lor the Sacramento River Thursday s stage at I Street at 4 p m 3 feet At I Street Bridge 3 3 feet at 2 45 am 5 4 teel at 8 30 p m 3 2 feet at 6 45 p m 4 2 leet at midnightSaturday 3 5 leet at 3 30am At Rio Vista 8 4 leet at 5 a m 3 feel at 1 15pm 6 7 feet at 7 45pm 4 9 feet at 1 1 45 p m Saturday 8 4 teet at 5 45 a m River Reports Courtesv of the state Department of Water Resources and the federal Wafer and Power Resources Service Precipitation data 5pm Thursday for selected CaMor ma stations Last 24 July! July 1 To Date Season 'Sacto airport totals may vary from downtown totals shown m Sacto Data LUW — JU VWlUJtU Ml M High — 1 02 Blythe anO m dr 70 56 1 e yf '52$ r ft' NOAA satellite 2:15 pm via AP Nearly all of California is fair and warm on Thursday School van pickup truck crash Bee Metro Staff A school van with nine Elk Grove youngsters collided with a pickup truck Thursday at an intersection that has been plagued by an increasing number of accidents in recent years The bus driver Shirleyann Marie Adams 33 of Elk Grove was admitted to University Medical Center with head injuries Her condition was listed as serious The pickup truck driver William Chapman 41 also of Elk Grove and the youngsters escaped injury The children were taken by ambulance to two hospitals but all were sent home a short time later “They were frightened but otherwise unharmed” said an official at Methodist Hospital where five of the children were taken The other four students were taken to UMC The youngsters ages 3 to 7 were participants in a spe Carquinez Continued from page B1 Golden Gate Bridge bash on May 23 First there was the $250000 "triumph of simplicity” that marked the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge’s 50th anniversary on Nov 12 — a day characterized by bumper-to-bumper traffic and $100000 worth of fireworks And what about the oft-bally-hooed but oftener-broke salute to the Golden Gate “that other bridge by the headlands?” Its 50th year anniversary budget trimmed from $22 million to a 10th that the Golden Gate’s celebration seems a bit inflated for a span 10 years younger than the Carquinez Such displays of wealth seem profligate by contrast to the Carquinez Bridge Anniversary Committee which hopes to raise some $40000 but spend only $30000 on ceremonies The excess will go toward a plaque and memorial to the bridge’s founders on the Crockett side of the bridge Commemorations will get under way Saturday at noon with such low- Innovative Sacramento restaurateur Frank Parisi dies at 76 By Art Campos Bee Staff Writer Frank Parisi who brought showmanship and innovative ideas to the restaurant business in Sacramento for 37 years died Thursday at age 76 The owner of Parisi’s Bit of Italy restaurants is believed to have died of heart problems the family said He underwent bypass surgery in 1983 relatives said The flamboyant Mr Parisi a native of Italy took many risks during his years of operating ballrooms and restaurants — risks that sometimes Obituaries Ruth L Walker A memorial service for Ruth L Walker a Sacramento resident for most of her life will be held at 11 am Monday in the Nauman & Son Chapel 4041 Freeport Blvd She died Monday in a Sacramento hospital at age 81 Mrs Walker was active with the American Cancer Society locally and statewide including service on the executive board in Sacramento for 10 years the state executive board for four years and as a member of the State Field Organization Committee for six years She was elected a “Lifetime Honorary Member” of the board of the American Cancer Society in 1968 and of the Cancer League of Sacramento in 1970 She was a past president of the Women’s Council of Sacramento the Women's Forum and Native Daughters of the Golden West served as an area chairperson for the United Crusade and worked with the American Red Cross Nurses Aid Committee and Visiting Nurses Association She was a past chief daughter of Daughters of Scotia Killwinning Lodge and served on the boards of the Tuesday Club and Allied Arts A native of Sutter City Yuba County Mrs Walker Is survived by her husband Charles and brothers Howard and Charles Leamon all of Sacramento The family requests that any remembrances be made to a charity of the donor's choice j cial education program at Feickert Elementary School and were being driven home when the crash occurred at Gerber and Elk Grove-Florin roads “The accident is still under investigation” said CHP Officer Jim Simpson “We haven’t determined yet who’s at fault” However Chapman told a CHP officer shortly after the 12:45 pm crash that the school van which was traveling north on Elk Grove-Florin Road turned left in front him According to the county Department of Public Works the accident rate at that intersection has risen sharply in recent years Up until 1984 an average of six to eight collisions annually were reported there In 1985 there were 17 In 1986 there were 20 Accident statistics for the current year were not available In an interview last December a Department of Public Works official blamed the rise in accidents on an outdated traffic signal that doesn’t have a left-turn arrow budget activities as rock painting and poetry contests Music on tape will be provided by Huey Lewis and the News Journey and Starship Sunday at 8:30 am officials will lead a bridge walk “We don’t even like to think about that ‘younger bridge”’ said publicist Dan Doherty referring to the golden-arched span so dear to commuters between San Francisco and Marin County “We like to think of (the Carquinez Bridge) as the second greatest bridge in the world or the greatest secondary bridge on Earth” he added with a gleeful cackle The bridge got its start when grocers Aven J Hanford and Oscar M Klatt troubled by shipping delays to their Oakland markets first tried to solve their problems by organizing a ferry service linking Vallejo to Crockett and Oakland But growing business demands soon prompted them to erect the bridge They financed the effort by issuing a comparatively frugal $8 million worth of private bonds and then charging 60 cents a car and 10 cents a customer to cross the bridge Seven years later they sold the structure to the state of California sent his financial empire crashing back to earth said his daughter Linda “He would think of an idea and he’d go with it” said Linda Parisi During his years as a restaurateur Mr Parisi claimed to have introduced such ideas as open-pit fires live theater and telephone hookups between tables in his restaurants He claimed he was the first man to bring pizza to Sacramento He also added some Hollywood flair to his ventures In 1950 when he opened his first restaurant Parisi's Spaghetti House and the Gaslight Theater on Fulton Colleen M Wolter Family services will be held for Colleen Muldoon Wolter a retired draftsman with the California Department of Transportation She died from cancer Friday at age 60 Mrs Wolter a native of Sycamore Colusa County and a graduate of Sacramento City College had resided in Sacramento about 40 years She worked for Caltrans 20 years before retiring in April due to illness She was a member of the Sacramento Zoological Society and the SPCA Her husband Bud Wolter and son-in-law Pussell Johnson are owners of Bud’s Bait and Tackle Mrs Wolter also is survived by her children Susan Johnson and Andrew and Cristine Wolter all of Sacramento a sister Mary Ann Dunham of Kings Beach and a brother Dennis Muldoon of Texas The family requests that any remembrances be made to Sut-terVNA Hospice 52nd and F streets Sacramento 95819 William R Giorgi Private services have been held for William R Giorgi a retired vice president and assistant manager for the old 6th and K streets Bank of America office He died Sunday after a long illness at age 86 Mr Giorgi a lifelong resident of Sacramento started his banking career with the old Sacramento Bank and joined the Bank of Italv in 1921 as a foreign exchange telleiyln 1930 Cash Continued from page B1 creditors Nunes said “I knew he never spent anything” said Ray Turner manager of the Glendale Federal Savings branch on the corner where Scheel sold his newspapers “He’d buy a new pair of pants and a shirt now and then But outside of that he was very thrifty” Nunes said it is conceivable that Scheel acquired the $67000 solely from his news business “If you sell papers for more than 20 years and live as frugally as he did it seems possible that he could have accumulated that over time” Scheel who always wore a brown shirt and brown pants at his newsstand will be buried in a blue suit after an open casket service at 10 am Saturday at NG Cuijis & Son Chapel of the Valley 1525 Alhambra Blvd Interment will be at Camellia Memorial Lawn Cemetery “He’s going to wear a good quality burial suit that goes for about $88 retail” said one of the directors at Cuijis “It’s a navy blue suit He’s going to have a nice service” Avenue Mr Parisi bought a 1929 Dodge and a paddy wagon and would haul celebrities and politicians to watch the stage plays Later he bought the riverboat used jn the John Wayne movie “81000' Alley” named it the Mansion Belle and ran cruises down the Sacramento River to his Courtland nightclub the River Mansion The club which he later sold was renamed the Grand Island Mansion Mr Parisi is survived by his friend and companion Nancy Watson former wife Michelina Parisi daughters Anita Parisi Frankie Parisi Hartnett Donna Parisi and Linda the bank changed its name to Bank of America and five years later he became assistant vice president and lending officer for the branch Mr Giorgi was named vice president and assistant manager in 1958 and finished his 44-year career at the same branch office with his retirement in 1965 Mr Giorgi's grandfather moved to San Francisco from Italy in the 1870s and opened Sacramento’s old Giorgi & Son tailor shop in 1891 Mr Giorgi was a life member of Elks Lodge No 6 a past president of the Dante Club and a member of the Native Sons of the Golden West No 26 He was active in numerous community fund-raising events while in banking He was preceded in death by his wife Emmy Lou and is survived by his brothers Roger and Oreste Giorgi and a sister Annette Ghigliazza all of Sacramento Morton L Bierly Services have been held for Morton L Bierly 91 a Sacramento native and retired license examiner for the California Department of Motor Vehicles Mr Morton who died April 28 in Chicago worked for the state for more than 30 years and retired in 1955 He and his wife of 66 years Elsa then left Sacramento for Palm Desert and have resided In Chicago the past eight years He served with the Army during World War I in France £ Samuels j i i Continued from page B1 - to aid (Samuels) in the commission of burglaries rather than prevent their occurrence but he took no ac- tion to protect the intended victims” I The judge also found that “Lt Kane coldly calculated that the risk of serious bodily harm or death to in-1 nocent citizens was an acceptable risk to gain an additional few years added to (Samuels’) potential sen-! tence” j Kane has since denied that he be- lieved the burglaries committed by j Samuels with Scherr’s assistance would take place “I would never have allowed! Scherr to go with Samuels if I be-! lieved the burglaries would occur” Kane testified at a recent hearing on ! a related matter But at an earlier proceeding Kane said “As far as I was concerned it ! was a 50-50 coin toss” j Long said in his June ruling that1 Kane’s assertions that he never be-! lieved the burglaries would occur was not credible “Ail of Lt Kane's actions were pre- mised on the assumption that (Samu-1 els) and Scherr were going to commit burglaries t “Lt Kane instructed Scherr to aid Samuels but not to enter any resi- j dence He issued operation orders directing marked vehicles not to en-! ter the surveillance area and that no patrol car was to be dispatched to! the area before clearance by Kane’s operation Indeed the Aug 18 opera- tion order expressly stated his belief that (Samuels) would commit bur-j glary” Long wrote j As a result of the police’s Scherr-! Samuels operation two homes in the South Land Park area were broken' into the night of Aug 19 1985 one of them twice I "Thus not only did Scherr a gov-‘ ernment agent suggest and aid the commission of burglaries against innocent citizens but Lt Kane consciously and deliberately risked the lives of innocent citizens without their knowledge or consent" Long wrote ' Samuels' release does not end the controversy surrounding the matter Scherr has brought an action in Sacramento Municipal Court challenging the district attorney’s right to prosecute him on drug charges Arguments are scheduled this morning before Judge Fred K Morrison ‘ Special train from SF may go to Garlic Festival McClatchy News Service GILROY — The “Garlic Express" powered by a locomotive called Gilroy may head south from San Francisco July 25 with a full load of Garlic Festival-bound travelers Representatives of state and county officials met Thursday with Garlic Festival organizers and local officials to map a plan that could send as many as 1000 passengers aboard a state-operated Caltrain for a! round-trip excursion to the 1987 Gar-! lie Festival The proposal is the work of Sen! Henry Mello D-Watsonville who for four years has sponsored bills to extend Caltrain service to the area' Parisi all of Sacramento sisters Mary DiPego Josephine Magliocco' and Sue Wonacott all of San Francis- co and four granddaughters Friends are welcome at AJ Nico-letti Funeral Home 54th Street and Folsom Boulevard and are invited to attend the funeral at 9:15 am Monday A Mass of Christian Burial will be said at 10 am in St John Vianney Church 10497 Coloma' Road Rancho Cordova Entombment will be in St Mary’s Mausoleum Recitation of the rosary will be 4 pm Sunday in the Nicoletti chapel Besides his wife Mr Bierly is sur-! vived by a daughter Ruth Godow of Chicago sons William of El Dorado County and Williard of Tehama' County seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren Myrtle B Bernardo Funeral services have been held for Myrtle Beth Bernardo a long-time Sacramento area resident and partner in the old family business of Bernardo & Bernardo Logging Co She died Monday in a local convales- cent hospital Mrs Bernardo and her late hus- band Manuel and son Francis owned the logging operation for more than 25 years and worked throughout Northern California' They retired to the family ranch in Dixon in the mid-1950s Mrs Bernardo had lived in Sacramento the past 25 years A native of Oakland Mrs Bernardo was a life member of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers and a member of the Sutter Hospital Auxiliary Native Daughters of the Golden West Sacramento Button Club and Sacramento Doll Club ! She was preceded in death by another son Lowell and is survived by four grandchildren nine greats grandchildren and four great-great- grandchildren A list of funeral notices is in the classified section V i V

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