Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on September 16, 1987 · Page 2
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2 -WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16,1987- THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL. OBITUARIES -Police and Fire Log— Howard Kingdpn Bell Howard Kingdon Bell, 74, died Sept. 14 in a Grass Valley medical facility. A resident of Ukiah for 10 years, Bell had been making his home in Grass Valley since 1986. He was bom in Omaha, Neb., Sept. 12,1913. A retired U.S. Army officer, Bell had made his home in California since 1963. He was a member of the Retired Officers Association. WEATHER Surviving him are his wife, Jean Bell of Grass Valley; two daught- Two guilty of welfare fraud . married couple has been sen- Once winds in the area subside, officials will declare the Mendenhall fire 100 percent controlled. The fires began Aug. 31. Icy; four grandchildren and one great grandson; a brother, James Bell of Florida; two sisters, Mabel Stieren of New Jersey and Sally Lpstis of Nebraska; 'and several nieces and nephews. Private cremation w direction of Hooper i Mortuary in Grass VJ s under the id Weaver lley. tenced to probation and community $2,100 JH equipment •pleading guilty towel- ; , ~ ~ taken Some $2,100 in equipment was taken from All Diesel Truck Tuesday evening, the Sheriffs Office said. Included in the haul was a compressor, tires and a vehicle taken from the company's back lot. The case is being investigated. \ after pleading guilty fare fraud. Christopher Rust Aggi, 30, and Kelly Kathleen Aggi, 28, both of Ukiah, pleaded guilty in Ukiah Justice Court to fraudulently receiving $1,979 in Aid to Families with Dependent Children and Food Stamps, according to District Attorney Susan Massini. Kelly Aggi, the welfare recipient, neglected to report Christopher Extended forecast Brisk winds bringing warm air across Northern California will die down tonight, the National Weather Service reported. Coastal fog will spread northward along the coast later tonight and Thursday to near the Monterey Bay area and possibly to the Golden Gate. Little change is expected in the mild weather over Southern California over the next few days. Strong surface high pressure over Oregon is the cause of the gusty winds over Northern California sweeping southward through the Sacramento Valley and locally into eastern portions of the San Francisco Bay area. State summary Skies remained clear overnight north of the Tehachapis. Low clouds extended inland from the Southern California coast over the coastal plain and some high clouds were observed farther inland over Southern California. Gusty northerly winds were blowing over the northern mountains and along the north coast. Temperatures ranged from a chilly 39 at Arcata to the 60s over much of Southern California. Charleston.S.C. Cnvtocton ,W. Ch»rWte,N.C. Chicago cmdnrMil Cleveland Cdurrt)la,S.C. Colurrtxn.Ohto Concord,N.H. DaJlas-Ft Worth Dayton DenVir DeiMotnei Detroit Duruth ElPao Evans vllte Fairbanks Fargo Ftagftafl Grand RaeMs FaK' .75 Aggi's income and earnings. Both BUTCllarS take were sentenced to 200 hours of . a . . community service, 36 months COIRS, jeweily probation, and ordered to pay $1,414 restitution. Burglars forced their way into a Lovers Lane home and made off MonHonhall firp rrpw<5 witn $ 555 m coins and Jewelry Menaennaii ure urew& Monday ^ sheriffs office said. The burglary occurred in the 400 block of Lovers Lane sometime About 40 firefighters are patroll- before 10 p.m. ing vast burned out areas east of __. Mount Sanhedrin as mop-up opera- Fire CallS maintain vigilance Hvttord Helena Honolulu Houkton Indlanapon JacHion.MlM. Jacksonville Juneau Kama Cfty La«V«QM Link Rock LorArweles LOUtoVifle Lubbodi Memphh Miami BMCh Mldland-Odeeta Milwaukee Mpfc-St Paul Nathvilto NewOrteani New York C»y NololO/a. Nofth FnflRv Oklahoma CHy Omaha Orlando Temperatures T»mp»ratur»t Indicate previous high and overnight tow to 8 tm. EOT. Alb*iy,N.Y. Albuquerque Amamo Anchorage AthevHIe Atlanta Atlantic City Austin Baltimore gham Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Burllngton.Vt. Casper 76 78 78 52 80 87 77 84 86 84 89 (6 38 78 95 68 70 81 day's HI Lo Pro Otlk 46 .02 49 S3. 39 .04 60 70 68 76 64 .SO SO .02 69 S3 41 61 79 S2 .01 48 m dr cdy cdy 2" cdy m & cdy cdy m m dr cdy cdy m cdy m Pnoonbc Pittsburgh Ponland,Malne Portland,Ore. Providence Raleigh Rapidf C«y Reno Richmond Sacramento SI Louis Sail Lake Cly San Antonio San Diego San Francisco San Juan.P.R. St Ste Marie Seattle Shrevepon Stou* Falls Spokane Tampa-St Plrsbg Topeka Tucson Tuha Washlngton,D.C. Wichita Wlkes-Barre Wilmtooton , .01 .SO .14 .64 .01 .02 .01 .01 .25 lions continue. Some 60,000 acres of scorched land are being closely watched by the crews, but officials say the 88-mile control line around the fire has been widened and is holding. The Ukiah Fire Department responded to these calls Tuesday: 12:55 p.m. 640 South Orchard, medical aid. 5:39 p.m. 460 East Gobbi, medical aid. Pet of the Day "Beau", a 10-month-old red tabby male who has been neutered, Is available for adoption right now. Call Elizabeth at 485-0684 for more Information. Raytheon Corp. appeals landmark AIDS ruling Agenda Potter Valley school board * ody .28 .01 m i National <Tu»tday...102 W»dn«da Con. and Temperature Extreme* High •t McAtlkp. T«xat Low I morning...25 ' at. Gunnlfon, urn*. Ore. j_ MARKET Mixed trading NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market was mixed today, steadying after some early selling. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials, down more than 10 points in early trading, was up 3.43 at 2,570.01 by noontime on Wall Street. Losers outnumbered gainers by about 5 to 3 in the overall tally of New York Stock Exchange-listed issues, with 519 up, 864 down and 445 unchanged. Analysts said buyers began to move in after the Dow Jones industrial average fell to the neighborhood of 2,545, which represented its closing lows early last week after a two-week selloff. But they also said traders remained uneasy about prospects for interest rates. Rates were mixed in the credit markets today. A big chunk of the day s total volume was concentrated in a single issue, Detroit Edison, which slipped '/i tol5'/« on turnover of more than 30 million shares. That activity was attributed to trading strategies based on the company's impending quarterly dividend. , Among actively traded blue-chip industrials, International Business Machines rose 1V4 toj 158% ; Eastman Kodak gained % to 100% ; General Electric was unchanged at 59V4, and American Telephone & Telegraph dipped % to 32. The NYSE's composite index of all its listed common stocks edged up .08 to 178.06. At the American Stock Exchange, the market value index was down .52 at 352.95. Volume on the Big Board came to 106.62 million shares at noontime, up from 77.88 million at the same point Tuesday. Pacific stocks Prices were up on the Pacific Stock Exchange today in moderate trading. Gaining issues included FMC, !'/•; General Motors, I'/.; General Electric, % ; Citicorp and Texaco, 3 /i; General Dynamics, '/•; Lockheed, '/i; Ford, Pacific Lighting, Transamerica and USX, '/•. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — An appeal has been filed by a company whose refusal to reinstate an AIDS victim in 1984 led to a state commission ruling banning discrimination against sufferers of the lethal disease. The appeal, filed last week by Raytheon Corp. in Santa Barbara Superior Court, challenges the state's authority to enforce discrimination laws based on physical handicap and also contends the company's decision was reasonable, given what was known about AIDS at the time. "In 1984, when there was much less knowledge about AIDS, deferring a decision to reinstate an AIDS patient to obtain more medical knowledge was reasonable and should'not have been a basis for a finding of violation," Raytheon lawyer Alfred Phillips said in papers filed with the court.' National Gay Rights Advocates lawyer Leonard Graff said Tuesday that Raytheon had made the same arguments unsuccessfully to the state Fair Employment and Housing Commission. But as long as the company has gone to court, Graff said, lawyers who represented the estate of AIDS victim John Chadbourne will ask the court for legal fees that the commission had denied. The commission awarded private civil rights lawyers only $1,100 of the $92,000 they sought for 500 hours of work on the case, which was prosecuted by the state Fair Employment and Housing Department. Under state law, decisions by the commission can be appealed in court, but the judge must defer to the commission's findings on factual issues if there is evidence to support them. Chadbourne, 36, of Santa Barbara, died in January 1985 of a cancer related to acquired immune deficiency syndrome. He had been diagnosed as having AIDS a year earlier. He had worked at Raytheon's Goleta plant as a quality control analyst. The company put him on medical leave in December 1983 and refused tolet him return to work, despite assurances by his doctor that Chadbourne was able to work without endangering himself or others. In unanimous rulings this February and May, the commission said Raytheon had violated a state law banning job discrimination against the physically handicapped, and awarded damages of about $6,000 to his estate for lost wages. The money has not been paid, but 10 percent annual interest will be added if the ruling stands. It was the first time the commission had ruled that AIDS was a physical handicap under state law and that job discrimination against AIDS patients was illegal. The commission members were appointed by Gov. George Deukmejian, who has. twice vetoed bills expressly banning job' "Hiscrimina- tion based on AIDS;.saying current law was adequate. The Potter Valley Schools Board of Education meets tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the Potter Valley School multipurpose room. The board will vote on budget cuts to make up a deficit of $52,350 in the district's $2.2 million proposed budget. That is the amount the district expects to lose in small school funding dollars from the state. The board had initially anticipated enrollment of 140 at the high school to be eligible for the funding; However, student enrollment is now 136. A budget-cutting committee has suggested using the contingency fund, categorical funds and lottery dollars to make up the deficit. Other cuts arc suggested in sites and buildings, food service, transportation, high school athletic supplies, •'f.mentary equipment, high school equipment and travel and conference monies. FOR SEWER OR SEPTIC SERVICE Call... 462-4012 or 459-5949 NO PAPER? U.S. family income White families had a median income of $30,809 during 1986 - slightly more than the U.S. median family income of $29,458 - while the median for black families was only $17,604. Around 11 percent of all American families had incomes below the poverty level - estimated to be $11,203 for a family of four in 1986. Almost a quarter of Hispanic families and 28 percent of black families had incomes below this poverty threshold. The Circulation Department cf the Ukiah Daily Journal is open from 8am- 7pm Monday-Friday and 7am-10am Sunday Morning. If you fail to receive your paper by 5pm weekdays or by 7am Sunday please call the Circulation Department at 468-0123 "We Care" Ukiah Daily "Journal *^ Mindortno County, OlUornl* Subscription Rate* Walking C«rri«r *5.00 per month Senior ClUun W-00 per montti I wilklnt CwrUr I p*y>bl« 3 month* In cdvum Ihnilteofflc* Auto Route ».50 per montti Senior Cttiien M-» P«r montti i into nut* i P«y«ble 1 month! In wlvanct Mall $6.00 per month The UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL (Publication No. M4MOI U published dally, except Setur- deyi et WO S. School Street. P.O. Bo> 749. Ukleh, Celllomle. 16412.17071 464-0123 Second Clu* poetege paid «t UUeh. California Court decree. No. W«7. POSTMASTER: Send addnu changes to Ukleh Delly' Journal. P.O. Boi 749. Ukiah. 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