The Sacramento Bee from Sacramento, California on July 26, 1988 · 14
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1 r 82 The Sacramento Bee Final Tuesday July 26 198 8 443-4949 10 Fronts: AILAIIL-ah ver-Nrigr WAII-Rer Warm Cold stationary Sacramento forecast Variable cloudiness with a slight chance of thunderstorms Variable winds 5 to 15 mph except to 20 mph in the Delta Mostly sunny Wednesday and slightly cooler near the Delta Sacramento high 98 low 65 Pollution Standard Index 83 — Moderate Sacramento data Mondays high at Executive 'Airport was 102 the low Monday morning was 66 Temperature extremes on record for July 25 since 1877: Highest 109 in 1975: lowest 52 in 1919 Relative humidity (at Executive Airport) at 5 pm Monday was 28 percent Rainfall for 24 hours ending at 5 pm Monday: none Total for this month: none Since July 1: hone which is 05 inches below the seasonal norm Monday's Pollution Standard Index 50 — Moderate Extended outlook For Northern Catitornia Thursday through Saturday Low clouds and fog along the coast from Cape Mendocino southward and patchy night and morning log on north coast A chance of afternoon and evening thunderstorms over the Serra Nevada and north - eastern mountains Fair elsewhere Interior valley highs up pFv 80$ to 105 ws upper 505 to lOwer 70s Coastal highs 60s to we 70s lows mv:1-40s to lower 50s Coastal valley highs 705 to mid90s lows upper 40s to lower 60s Moun tam highs 80s to mid90s lows mid-40s to lower 605 Sun and moon Sunrise today 6 02 a m sunset 8 22 pm: moonnse 6 53p mmoonset2 508 m Other forecasts MOTHER LODE — Partly cioudy with a chance of thunderstorms Southerestedy winds 10 to 15 mph Mostly sun fly Wednesday Hoghs on the op& 80s to near 100 lows 53 to 63 SIERRA NEVADA — Scattered afternoon and evening thunderstorms through Wednesday otherwise lair Lake Tahoe high 87 low 46 SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY — Mostly sunny and hot with CI California Associated Press Ba hersbeld Barstow Bishop Blue Canyon Blythe Catalina Eureka 4 Frew Ft Bragg Long Beach Los Angeles Marysytile Monterey MI Shasta Needles Oakland Palm Springs Red Blurt Redwood City Sacramento Salinas ‘ San Bernardino San Diego ' San Francisco San Jose Santa Barbara Santa Cruz San Luis Obispo Stockton Tahoe Valley Ukiah Yosemite Vly AlbanyNY 85 Albuquerque 96 t Amarillo 93 -4 Anchorage 65 - Asheville 84 Atlanta 90 Atlantic City 84 Austin 98 Baltimore 91 Billings 96 Birmingham 90 Bismarck 99 Boise 98 Boston 79 Brownsville 94 Buffalo 83 BurtingtonVt 80 WEATHER 90 northwesterly winds to 20 mph in and near the Delta Lighter winds eisewhere Sunny and hot Stockton Ngh 100 low 68 BAY AREA — Morning low clouds and patchy fog clear Mg 10 near the ocean Peaches by Midady Night and morning low clouds and patchy log WwInesday otherwise Inc Ban Francisco NO 13 low 58 NORTHWESTERN — Coastal cloudiness and fog with partial afternoon clearing Partly cloudy inland with a slight chance al thunderstorms Northwesterly wind 10 to 20 mph Coastal cloudiness and log Wednesday with pallet atter noon clearing Sunny elsewhere kighs 60 to 70 at the coast and 75 to 100 inland lows 45 to 60 MOUNT SHAS1A-SISKIY00 — Variable cloudiness with a chance of afternoon thunderstorms Northerty winds 5 to 15 mph A slight chance of afternoon thunderstorms Wednesday Highs 90 to 100 km al the 505 and 601 NORTHEASTERN — Variable cloudiness with a chance of afternoon thunderstorms Light winds Mostly sunny Wednesday with a slight chance of afternoon thunderstorms Over the nigher terrain Highs er the 90s lows 55 to 65 LOS ANGELES — Night and early morning low clouds trough Wednesday with sunny afternoons Highs in Me mid-80s linvs m the nod-60s NEVADA — North: Widely scattered thunderstorms matnly dunng the atternoon and evening Gusty winds near thunderstorms Mostly sunny Wednesday except isofated afternoon thunderstorms Reno high 95 low 58 South: Wee ly scattered thunderstorms mainly in the afternoon and evening Gusty winds near thunderstorms Wode ty scattered thunderstorms Wednesday mainly m the afternoon and evening Las Vegas high 108 low 80 River stages Courtesy State Department of Water resources and US Bureau of Reclamation and National Weather Service Heights and times of high and low waters for the Sacramem to River: Monday s stage at I Street at 4 p m 430 feet At I Street Bridge 56 feet at 445 am 42 feet at 30 pm:51feetal830pm Tuesday 42 feet at 1215 an At Rio Vista 7 8 feet at 1:15 am 24 feet at 9 45pm 61 feet at 430 p m 4 8feet at 815 p m Tuesday: 7 9 feet at 2-15 ain River reports Courtesy of the state Department of Water Resources and the federal Water and Power Resources Service Station Bend Bridge Vino Bridge Ord Ferry Colusa Wilkm Slough Fremont Wee Verona Sado 1St TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE Hi 104 109 98 so 113 71 66 104 59 89 87 99 71 113 77 111 104 83 Water storage lo Prcp 75 78 60 69 85 63 53 76 52 66 66 73 59 60 90 60 82 80 64 Sacramento 102 66 Salinas 74 60 San Bernardino 106 72 San Diego 77 69 an Francisco 76 59 San Jose 90 64 Santa Barbara 75 62 Santa Cruz 68 59 San Luis Obispo 79 60 Stockton 95 68 Tahoe Valley 86 — Ukiah 107 62 Yosemite Vly 93 63 National Associated Press - Hi Lo Prc Otik AlbanyNY 85 64 cir Albuquerque 96 64 cdy Amarillo 93 63 dr Anchorage 65 50 ody Asheville 84 59 cdy Atlanta 90 67 cdy Atlantic City 84 69 cdy Austin 98 73 cdy Baltimore 91 67 cdy Billings 96 63 clr Birmingham 90 64 cdy Bismarck 99 56 clr Boise 98 58 dr Boston 79 63 01 cdy Brownsville 94 75 cdy Buffalo 83 62 dr BurlingtonVt 80 64 cif Casper 96 52 cdy CharlestonSC 83 76 cdy ChadestonW Va 88 61 cdy ChadotteN C 89 73 cdy Cheyenne 86 54 05 cdy Chicago 86 66 10 cdy Cincinnati 87 62 dr Cleveland 82 64 15 dr ColumbiaSC 94 71 cdy Courtesy of the State Department of Water Resources and the US Bureau of Reclamation Sacramento River SHASTA — Capacity 4552100 acre feet elevation 96644 tea inflow -1217 cfs outflow 8875 cfs storage 2161083 acre feet storage year ago this date 2734100 acre feet KESWICK — Capacity 23800 acre feet elevation 58477 feet inflow 14017 cfs outflow 14417 cfs storage 22365 acre feet storage year ago this date Feather River OROVILLE DAM — Capacity 3538000 acre feet elevation 77717 feet inflow 805 cts: outflow 725 cis storage 1944765 acre feet storage year ago this date 2370925 acre feet American River FOLSOM DAM — Capacity 1010000 acre feet elevation 39021 feet inflow 957 cfs Outflow 3654 cfs storage 329130 acre feet storage year ago this date 611800 acre feet NIMBUS DAM — Capacity 8800 acre feet elevation 12500 feet inflow 3362 cts Outflow 3361 cts storage 8761 acre feet storage year ago this date Trinity River TRINITY DAM — Capacity 2500000 acre feet elevation 232854 feet inflow 224 cfs outflow 3629 cts storage 1956383 acre feetstorage year ago this dale 2155300 acre the? 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" the older girl testified "He said no and that 'if the boy hurts you I will hurt him'" In a little boy's voice while he disrobed and sexually Shooting Continued from page B1 catty and emotionally White said both Mil lc: and the third woman who is 21 have lived with Childress for years and have children by him Robker apparently joined the household a couple of months ago Last Friday Robker and Childress went to Angels Camp where he had a construction job to pick up his paycheck But their truck broke down there and Childress blamed the breakdown on Robker White said "He beat the hell out of her then put the 38 to her head and threatened to kill her" said White "Then he said he wasn't going to kill her but she would have to pay for the truck repair by selling her body until it was paid for" The pair returned to Grizzly Flat about 20 miles southeast of Placerville and the next day said White Childress woke up angry because Jail Continued from page B1 ing to do it" County officials have been preparing for several weeks to meet the court order An additional 19 trainee deputies have been hired Nearly 40 female prisoners have been moved from the branch jail into a work release facility The number of federal prisoners in the main jail has been reduced In compliance with the court order the indoor recreation area at the main jail will be transformed from a dormitory back into a recreation room The county also has installed large fans in the unairconditioned main jail At the Elk Grove jail prisoners R Street Continued from page BI Two other office and residential high-rises proposed by developer Joseph Benvenuti last week — a 24-story tower at 2nd and Q streets and a I2-story building on R near 17th Street — would be stalled until the master plan is finished The recommendations will be sent to City Council for final action More than 100 people crowded into the Planning Commission's hearing room Monday to hear downtown residents and developers spar over whether high-rises would help or hurt the R Street corridor Residents complained that high-rises would block their views crowd their streets pollute their air and will be filed with the state board of Control Virga said If the claim is denied a lawsuit alleging violation of Young's civil rights will be filed he said "Ile was complaining about an attitude at Folsom" Buddingh said "And now he's the target of an Investigation It's similar to being a whistle blower" Young's problems began when he broke up a fight between two Inmates Virgo said The inmate who started the fight "squared off on Young" and had to be subdued Young filed a report on the inmate but was later "ordered to destroy" it according to Virgo Young wrote the director of the Department of Corrections to complain Virga said The director sent the letter to Folsom Warden Robert Borg to Investigate After that Folsom Prison administrators decided that "Bobby Young was going to be taught a lesson" Virgo said Ile was called in for a meeting with the prison's investigative services unit Ile repeatedly requested a union representative during the interview and was denied Virgo said The investigators told him the meeting would continue the next day and he could have a union representative present Later that day however he was called back in Robker wasn't out working Then he asked Miller for something to eat and when she told him there was nothing in the house except hot dogs and water he became even more enraged "Rachel le said he came after Bridget with the 38 and she could tell it was either him or them" said White Robker told investigators she grabbed the rifle and fired several times at Childress He dropped the handgun which Miller then picked up and fired at Childress until the chambers were empty In the meantime Robker got the shotgun and fired several more shots at her attacker White said Miller was the mother of one of the three children in the home said White None of the children was harmed Saturday and White said Miller's child was being cared for by the third woman who is the mother of the other two from one building have been moved into an indoor recreation area A tent has been set up outdoors to serve as a recreation area Janes already is concerned that the transfer of prisoners from the main jail will create overcrowding at the branch jail "I want to go down there a few days after they've moved everybody out of the main jail that they're going to move" Janes said Denham concedes Rio Cosumnes can't take many more prisoners than those moving this week A new $75 million main jail will open in February and county officials anticipate the facility will eliminate the overcrowding problem send land prices soaring thus discouraging more home building or rehabilitation The old city association is pushing for a mixed-use corridor with high-density housing low- and mid-rise offices and shops restaurants and other neighborhood services But developers said the old city association's proposal is not practical economically and that high-rises could generate millions of dollars a year in tax revenue to support housing in the area "If that master plan is carried out how is it going to be implemented?" asked Bob Roche representing Richard and Joseph Benvenuti "Where are the funds goir g to come from?" abused the girls twice within an hour Coddington said "Um sorry I don't want to do this either I hope they don't kill us" Then he would try to trick the girls that the boy was the person sexually assaulting them the prosecution contends Ile would lean back while keeping one foot on the bed to simulate the presence of the boy and give commands In his regular voice The girls testified that they repeatedly told him to stop what he was doing to them They said they were getting sick in an effort to prevent Coddington from assaulting them further After awhile he did stop and he then allowed them to watch television On the third day he allowed the girls to make a tape recording to send to their parents but the younger girl could not finish it because she could not stop crying He had noticed that day when he driving around South Lake Tahoe that unmarked police cars were following him He took most of the girls clothes and began to wash them to remove fingerprints the girls said The police were closing in and he knew it When the FBI kicked in the door that night the older girl was still not sure if they were going to be safe "I thought Herb's friends were pretending to be the FBI" she said She thought they would pretend to rescue them and then kill them Superior Court Judge Terrence Finney said at the start of the day that the press could not publish or air any of the testimony until the second girl had finished The Bee the Reno-Evening GazetteJournal the Associated Press and a Reno television station protested calling the judge's action a gag order The issue was moot when the girls both finished Monday The defense has entered pleas of not guilty and not guilty by reason of insanity Coddington's lawyers Rick Meyer and Steve Tapson have told the jury that Coddington committed the sex offenses against the girls and that he killed the chaperones but the defense team will try to prove that he was insane at the time Heir Continued from page BI the friendly newsman may have been from Pennsylvania A check through Pennsylvania records revealed that Scheel had been arrested at the Pittsburgh airport in March 1957 — for deserting his pregnant wife He was not convicted Pennsylvania marriage records indicated that Charles Scheel married Sweet's mother Mary Agnes Scheel in December 1956 Scheel was a 29-year-old bus driver from Sharon Pa and his bride a 40-yearold divorcee struggling to raise three children Sweet has their wedding photos her only mementoes of her father besides his penknife "They only dated a few months before they were married and he left a !ew months after that" said Sweet who learned that bit of information from her great-aunt and uncle "But they said he would've done anything for my mom" His devotion it seems wasn't enough for his wife "My mother wasn't the easiest person to get along with" Sweet said "1 kind of understand why he left She was very hard on all of us" Her mother worked at a Westinghouse electrical plant to support Sweet and her half-sisters and brother and often came home tired and short-tempered Sweet said When she asked about her father the only thing her mother said was that she wished she could locate him in California so she could get child support from him They never divorced Sweet often wanted to look for her father but said loyalty to her mother postponed that dream "I have always believed you should honor your parents" Sweet said "Because of that I was there for her and I stuck by her" Mary Agnes Scheel died of cancer in Pennsylvania last April but Sweet didn't even have time to start looking for her father — he died two weeks later A Sacramento Superior Court judge declared Sweet his rightful legal heir on May 9 She will receive a check for his estate minus $2011 for his funeral $1100 for his burial small debts to three local newspapers attorney's fees and a finder's fee paid to March's firm said Ramona Nunes a county administrator's caseworker Sweet is planning to come to Sacramento next spring and visit her father's old stamping grounds with her children — Terry 14 Heather 11 and Angela 8 She wants to talk to his friends and learn more about Charlie Scheel whose name she heard for the first time less than a year ago when March's firm contacted her Renaming for King is opposed oW101E for a second meeting with Capt Joseph Gonzalez the head of the special unit and was told he was going to have to see a psychiatrist Virga saht Gonzalez tried to convince the doctor that Young was emotionally disturbed tiro said That was proven to be untrue when in the five minutes it took to walk Young to the doqor's lice he went from being the raving manic that Gonzalez said he was to being perfectly aOrmal" Virga said Voss said "no hand was ever put on (young)" and that he has remained on his Job as a 'supervisor in the prison's kitchen because "he's not in trouble" That's why a union representative was not required to be present during those meetings she said Borg requested that the department send a spe cial investigator to determine what happened Voss said That investigator a captain from the depart ment's Correctional Training Facility at Soledati still is conducting interviews she said But Virga contended the captain is "in an impossible position" "lhey should bring in an independent agency" Virgil said "The bottom line is that there was a crime committed and the place to start Is with the Folsom Police Department" By Jim Sanders Bee Staff Writer ot Nothing personal against slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr but city planners have turned thumbs down on a proposal to rename Sacramento Boulevard in his honor Proponents of the name change have been working for nearly two years circulating petitions collecting support from community groups and lining up political clout Associate planner Price Walker said the city staff recommendation boils down to a simple issue: Nearly 200 property owners along the three-mile boulevard would be affected by the name change -and not all of them support it "Some of them have said the principle is great but find 'another street" Walker said" "We're recommending they find another street — or maybe a park We'd be happy to name a ballpark after him" he added The City Planning Commission is slated to vote on the name change at a public meeting beginning' at 5:30 pm Thursday at 1231 I St The name change was proposed months ago by the Luther King Jr Expo and Job Fair a non-profit group that brings employers and job seekers together at Sacramento City College each year Sacramento Boulevard was targeted because it is a major street runs through both the city and county has freeway access and passes ethnically diverse areas said Robert Pernell a leader of the group The boulevard runs from Broadway south to Franklin Boulevard Along it are several churches three schools a fire station community center community park and numerous residences "We've put a lot of work into this" Pernell said "A lot of people are getting excited up and down the boulevard and at this point we're looking for Martin Luther King Boulevard — not alternatives" More than 2500 have signed petitions and more than 150 people have sent letters supporting the change The proposal is supported by the Sacramento Human Rights and Fair housing Commission the Catholic Social Concerns Commission the Democratic Party Asian Resources Inc the Oak Park Business Association and others But Sacramento Boulevard residents are split on the issue with 123 of them indicating support 35 of them indicating opposition and several dozen undecided Walker said The policy of city staff is to reject name changes unless property owners unanimously support the proposal Walker said Opponents claim that changing Sacramento Boulevard's name would be a hardship requiring them to change their driver's license mailing address stationery business cards and other documents But change would not come quickly Pernell said There would be a two-year transi- tion period allowing residents to change addresses as documents expire and allowing businesses to deplete existing stocks of business cards and stationery he said County Supervisor Illa Collin said she has heard substantial opposition from Sacramento Boulevard residents between Highway 99 and Fruitridge Boulevard many Of whom have lived there for decades and feel sentimental about the name "I want to see a street named after Martin Luther King but I've yet to be convinced it should be Sacramento Boulevard" Collin said City Councilman Joe Serna said he supports the proposal to rename the boulevard through Oak Park "I'll argue for the name change" Serna said "I'm not sure we'll ever get 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