Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on September 20, 1987 · Page 2
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 2

Ukiah, California
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Sunday, September 20, 1987
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2 -SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26,1987 THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL- LiBeiWoi The winning entry Beth Brown of Potter Valley was getting her two-year- old dairy calf ready for the parade of champions Saturday at the Mendocino County Fair. Her entry took the championship in the dairy animals division at the fair, which continues through today in Boonville. -ACCORD (continued from page 1) On Capitol Hill, the accord was generally welcomed, where it must be ratified by a two-thirds vote of the Senate. However, some urged caution, warning the treaty could be killed if it leaves NATO at the mercy of Soviet tanks or if anti-cheating measures are weak. "It's no cinch that it will be approved," said Sen. Alan Cranston, D-Calif. He pointed to possible opposition from at least 22 of the 100 senators, primarily conservative Republicans. "There are conservative Republicans in the Senate... who are against any agreement of any sort with the Soviet Union," Cranston said. Sen. Jesse Helms, R-N.C., a likely leader of treaty opponents, said "we have to make the assumption that the Soviets will seek every opportunity to break this treaty or to surprise us with new do 'elopments." ) lut Sen. GOP leader Bob Dole, R-Kan., predicted the treaty would WEATHER be ratified if provisions to verify compliance can be made "airtight. Baker assessed chances for Senate passage as "very good." "I think the details will be worked out in Geneva and I expect that the prospects are pretty good that that will happen," the chief of staff said. He added that there are "good prospects" for making progress on strategic arms reductions talks as well. Baker insisted that removal of the intermediate-range weapons would simply take NATO back to the time when such missiles did not exist on either side. He said Western Europe was still considered well-defended then. Asked how the president intends to sell the agreement to any doubting senators, particularly conservatives, Baker said the agreement will "stand on its own." Baker, asked about prospects for a summit, said the date has not been set, but that he would estimate that "late November is not a bad guess." V Let Your Pain Gremlin Go Fishing JAMES R. CRUISK, ME) Internal Medicine 462-1202 Pain Management Stress Reduction Sports Injuries Nutrition Preventive Medicine Ukiah Pain and Stress Reduction Center 234 B Hospital Drive, Ukiah Extended forecast Monday through Wednesday — Night and morning coastal fog, otherwise fair through Tuesday. Coastal areas, highs 60s. Lows upper 40s to 50s. Coastal valleys, mid-70s to mid-80s. Lows mid-40s to 50s. Interior valleys, highs 80s. Lows 50s and lower 60s. Mountain resorts, highs mid-60s to 70s. Lows 30s and 40s. State forecast Central California can expect sunny weather, except for night and morning low clouds and fog, especially Monday and Tuesday. Coastal areas, highs 60s and 70s. Lows 50s. Coastal valleys, highs 70s and 80s. Lows mid-40s to 50s. Interior valleys, highs 80s to low 90s. Lows 50s and lower 60s. Mountain resorts, highs 70s to mid-80s. Lows 30s and 40s. Southern California can expect night and morning low clouds mainly near the coast. Otherwise fair. Beaches, highs in the upper 60s to mid-70s. Lows in the mid-50s to low 60s. Valleys, highs in the low 80s to low 90s. Lows in the mid-50s to low 60s. State summary Low clouds and fog continued along the California coast Saturday morning. On the northern coast the density of the fog reduced the visibility to less than a quarter mile and to near zero in some locales. Spotty drizzle was also reported. Haze and lighter fog was present along much of the remainder of the coastal regions limiting visibilities to 2 to 4 miles in some areas. The remainder ol the Golden State was clear. Low temperatures were mainly in the 50s to lower 60s. Higher elevations had readings in the 30s while the deserts ranged in the mid and upper 60s. National summary Wet weather covered parts of the eastern third of the nation Saturday, and while the north-central states had autumn-like temperatures Miami hit a record high of 93 degrees. A strong low pressure area anchored over the Great Lakes produced clouds with scattered showers and windy thunderstorms across the region. Thunderstorms produced small hail that covered the ground at Pound, Wis. Showers and thunderstorms were scattered from the Tennessee Valley through Georgia and along the Gulf of Mexico Coast into the northern half of Florida. Boothville, La., got 0.71 of an inch of rain in the six hours up to 1 p.m. Elsewhere, fog lowered visibility to less than a mile along the coast of northern California. Afternoon temperatures were only in the 60s from the northern and central Rockies across the northern Plains. Temperatures around the nation at 3 p.m. EOT ranged from 50 degrees at Duluth, Minn., to 100 at Palm Springs, Calif. The low for the day was 15 degrees at Gunnison, Colo. For Sunday, rain was forecast from the Great Lakes region through New England. Scattered showers and thunderstorms were forecast from the middle and south- em Atlantic Coast through the Gulf Coast and Florida. Red Wing's PECOS BOOTS ARE BUILT TOUGH! ® Full-grain, water-repellent leather ©Rugged, sewn-well construction Q) Cushion-soft, foot-forming Insole (J) Steel shank for foot support (3) Oil/slip-resistant sole and heel 1155 SIZES MADE IN USA 1155 103 00 A 8% -12 B 10-14 D 5Vi-14 EE 8V, -12 WIDTHS VARY BY STYLE FORMERLY SMITH'S SHOES "STOII WITH THI GUARANTiiD FIT" f ORCHARD PLAZA Cf NTH -UKIAH NEXT TO LONGS DRUGS OPEN MONDAV-SATURMr 10-6. THURSDAY 9:30-6, SUNDAY 11-4. 4*2-*13t County may raise fees at its dumps Fees at all county refuse disposal sites may be increased on Dec. 1 depending on the outcome of public hearings early next month, the county Public Works Department said. Public Works Director Budge Campbell said the fee increase is necessary because of new state regulations that increase dump site costs. He also said that some sources of funds are not longer available. "The county reluctantly finds it necessary to increase disposdal fees at all county-operated and maintained refuse disposal sites," Campbell said. Sites which would be affected by th6 fee increase are Potter Valley,",' Boonville, Covel, Laytonville, Leg> „'. gett, Navarro, Albion, Caspar aiKT.. the south coast region. ' ! The Board of Supervisors will'-'' hold a public hearing on Oct. 6 at 2 p.m. before deciding whether to- '• approve the rate hike. Rate changes vary between landfill sites and container sites. ;... More information about the fee.-, schedule can be obtained by calling the Public Works Department at . 463-4363. V "Questions regarding general;.; policy and fee increases themselves^, would be appropriate for discussion, • at the board's public hearing on; Oct. 6," Campbell said. Police and Fire Log— Burglars take VCR, computer and $2 Burglars entered a Ridgewood Road home near Willits sometime Friday and made off with a VCR and a computer, together valued at $2,000. And if that weren't enough, they also took $2 cash they found lying around in the house. Sheriff's deputies don't know who the burglars arc or how they entered the house, but they arc investigating. Man arrested on Sonoma warrants A Redwood Valley man got nervous and called the Sheriff's Office 6:50 p.m. Friday when he noticed another man had been sitting in a car for almost 12 hours without moving. "He didn't know if he was ill or what," the Sheriff's Office said. Adcpnij was sent out to question.- the im ' si 'c man, and found he was had ; outstanding traffic!; warrants from Sonoma County, r-. Lyman Nelson, age and address unrcportcd, was taken to the county * jail and booked for the warrants. There was no explanation why.- he'd been sitting in his car all day. Fire calls ;. The Ukiah Fire Department; responded to these calls Friday: ' 10:56 p.m. 650 S. State St., grass . fire. 5:12 p.m. 131 Whitmore Lanc> false alarm. •' And these calls Saturday: ' 12:52 a.m. Eastside Talmage : " Rd., vehicle fire that spread to near- 1 ' by grass. Bumcd '/< acre and v destroyed the car. No injuries. '•'• 3:05 a.m. Palace Hotel, medical aid. 2:02 p.m. 479 N. School St.,'• smoke investigation. : " * WINNING LOTTO NUMIIRS This week's California Lottery "Lotto 6^9" game: 31, 45, 2, 20, 19,22 Bonus Number 1. P Courtesy of Bill Drake 462-6901 Realtor with: TWO LIQUIDATION AUCTIONS AUCTION » \ SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 • 11:00 a.m. AUTOMOTIVE SHOP — UPPER LAKE, CA. (R and R garage - H/way 20 and Main Street) 1968 Ford Wrecker, diagnostic equipment, commercial air compressor, John Bean alignment rack, automotive tools, manuals, new and used parts, complete line of Foley Saw sharpening equipment «rom Castro valley Shop and much more. AUCTION * 2 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3- 11:00 a.m. SHEET METAL SHOP — KELSEYVILLE Rodriguez and Son Heating and Air Conditioning H/way 29 and Cole Creek Rd., 3 miles So. Kelseyville) 1969 Ford FIDO Service Truck, sheet metal breaks, (ormers, stakes, spot welders, work tables, Jenle super lift and much more. PREVIEW 8:00 a.m.-l 1:00 a.m. BOTH AUCTIONS A 5% BUYER PREMIUM WILL BE ADDED TO ALL PURCHASES. For brochures or information call: (707)275-2894 GORDON'S AUCTION SERVICE Coj. Gordon Liebtcher Auctioneer • Sale Manager State Lie. * 379 P.O. Box 999, Upper Lake, Ca. 95485 This Health Tip is one of a series sponsored by Ukiah Adventist Hospital, which invites you and your family to oin in the Family ealth Fair celebration at Adventist Hospital, October llth from 10am to 4pm. AN INVITATION To Permanent Weight Loss Deborah Sheppard MS, RD, (Registered Dietitian) and Dr Robert Behrens. Psychologist present the fifth season ot their successful weight loss program KEY FEATURES • Personali/ed diet plan that incorporate 1 your food preferences and activity • Behavior analy^ change subtle t defeat ontrol wht j n yu iall Deborah Mieppaid thi 468-1107 us luesday Sept l ) l

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