Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on June 27, 1993 · Page 14
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B-2 — SUNDAY, JUNE 27, 1993 -THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL- Lake Tahoe provides backdrop Anna and Erin Noble R. Eric McAllister, D.Phil., M.D. 230-A Hospital Drive, Ukiah (707)-462-0500 FAMILY & GENERAL MEDICINE Medical and Minor Surgical Care Medical Evaluation and Treatment Ongoing Care Office Surgical Procedures Pap Tests and Other Screening Referrals for Specialty Care As Appropriate Member, Medical Staff of Ukiah Valley Medical Center Participating Provider: Blue Shield, Foundation, & Medicare Office Hours Every Weekday Early Morning, Lunch-hour, and Evening Appointments are offered on various days. DAVE HULL & NORM SCHAFER INSURANCE BROKERS 1040 N. STATE ST., UKIAH (Across from the Fairgrounds) (707) 462-6506 Employers: We Have Plans for Groups of 3-14 Employees In MENDOCINO COUNTY Harvey's Casino at South Lake Tahoe was the setting for the marriage of Anna Cristina N. Anzilotti and Erin S. Noble the afternoon of May 29. The Rev. Ronald Z. Sayed performed the double-ring ceremony. Anna wore a strapless floor- lenth white satin gown designed with scalloped lace along the bottom and a peplin overskirt. Beaded lace appliques adorned the skirt and bodice. The gown was topped with a lace bolero jacket. She carried a 15-inch long bouquet of calla lilies, orchids, Boston fem and ivy. Jennifer Hendrix was the maid of honor. She wore a mid-calf- length lace gown of teal and carried three calla lilies and fern. Harry Noble was the best man for his son. "Forever in Love" was played while guests were seated, then "Everything I Do, I Do It for You," as they exited. A prime-rib buffet in the Garden Buffet of the hotel followed the ceremony. Anna is the daughter of Lorenzo Anzilotti of Ukiah and the late Joselia Anzilotti. She graduated from Ukiah High School in 1987 and is employed as a bookkeeper at Preston Lumber. Erin is the son of Harry and Margaret Noble of Blue Lake. He graduated in 1981 from Post Falls High School in Idaho and is a production supervisor at Preston Lumber. The Nobles plan to take a trip to Brazil in December. They live in Ukiah. Clipper Ginette Parduccl and Scott Bazzanl May wedding will be at St. Mary's Church Ginette Marie Parducci will marry Scott Paul Bazzani May 21, next year. The ceremony will be at St. Mary's Church, followed by a reception at Lascurain Gardens. Ginette is the daughter of Harry and Sue Parducci of Ukiah. She graduated from Ukiah High School in 1990 and is employed as an accounts payable clerk at Masonite Corporation. Scott is the son of Allen and Rochelle Bazzani. A1983 graduate of Ukiah High School, he owns Bazamo Construction. Continued from Page B-l To load the bodies onto the horses, Brazill said he stood next to a horse, someone would lift a body by the shoulers onto Brazill and he would lift it and slide it onto the horse. After they loaded the bodies onto the horses, they traveled l'/i miles up to the road where the bodies were picked up by vehicles and transported. "The Army sent men to try to remove the bodies," Brazill and June reported. "But they all got sick and left. Another group got lost trying to find the place." Wilcox became interested in the Philippine Clipper about 12 years ago and believed everyone on board should be honored. Previously, only the admiral's death had been recognized. The site of the crash is marked, but it is on private property and not open to the public. Now there is a marker and plaque at Ukiah Airport recording the ship and 19 deaths. The plaque is made of stainless steel and the rock it is attached to weighs 6.9 tons. Wilcox also has started a memorabilia museum at the airport with, an array of artifacts from the plane as well as an assortment of pictures of the Clipper ships. For more information, call Wilcox at 462-7339. LOOK FOR THE WINNING LOTTERY NUMBERS DAILY in the UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL K£i| Blue Cross •kS^rafll ol California BB® MONTHLYRATES"* EFFECTIVE 3-0 1-92 " Deductibles Employee Employee & Spouic Employee & Children Family Age < 25 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60-64 65 + * 65 + ** < 25 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60-64 65 + * 65 + ** < 25 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60-64 65 + * 65 + ** < 25 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60-64 65 + * 65 + ** Prudent Buyer Clastic PUn" $250 75 79 83 89 96 112 132 154 178 205 96 157 164 171 185 198 226 260 305 349 404 174 155 162 170 178 188 201 214 233 257 284 168 214 240 259 279 292 309 335 368 408 463 234 $500 56 62 68 73 79 90 109 128 152 176 75 118 125 135 149 165 186 216 253 297 344 138 124 129 137 145 155 167 180 196 219 243 135 171 189 209 226 246 257 280 304 344 392 186 $1,000 43 48 54 69 67 79 92 109 126 147 62 93 101 112 122 134 162 181 215 250 291 116 89 96 108 122 133 144 154 164 181 197 109 134 148 166 186 196 217 234 264 296 332 157 CalifornUCut*" No Deductible 82 90 96 105 113 129 154 186 220 265 132 176 187 206 226 246 274 313 358 431 507 265 204 227 268 284 292 304 309 323 340 385 253 . 277 324 368 401 422 429 450 475 527 603 361 1 • Blue Crow to primary to Medteare. 0 Registered Mark of Blue Crow Aasoctatav •• Blue Croae to aaccndary to Medfcara ^...wui./ia - Rate* ehown are Preferred ratea. For Standard rate* muliply by 1.3 9 • Registered Mark o( Blue Crow of CaWon*. Give us a piece of your mind. We might even print it in the newspaper. Beginning in July, the Ukiah Daily Journal will feature a new column - Sound Off. All you have to do is pickup the phone and call us, leave a message of any length on any topic, and we may publish it on our weekly Sound Off column. You do not have to give your name or address — all we ask is that you keep your comments in good taste and to the point. So if there's something that's been on your mind lately, give us a call and share it with the readers of the Ukiah Daily Journal. Sound Off by calling now! 468-3540 24 hour a day • 7 days a week Watch for this new feature column Beginning in July in the WUkiahDaily 'ournal

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