Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on September 22, 1987 · Page 14
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 14

Ukiah, California
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Tuesday, September 22, 1987
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14-TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1987 •THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL OBITUARIES Louis Zanella 'Jail and Bail'raises $13,750 Louis Zanella, 71, of Willits, died Mon., Sept. 21, 1987, at Howard Memorial Hospital in Willits. Zanella was horn on April 12, 1916. He was a native of Willits and lifelong resident there, working as a realtor. Zanella was a member of the Willits Horsemen Association and the Mcndocino Cattlemen's Association. He also was a charter member of the National Cattlemen's Association. Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 24, at the Ankcr-Lucicr Mortuary in Willits, with the Rev. Ronald Pcnrose officiating. Visita- WEATHER Extended forecast Thursday through Saturday — Coastal fog and low clouds with partial afternoon clearing. Fair elsewhere. Continued smoky in northwestern valleys. Cooling trend inland. Coastal areas, highs mid-50s to the 60s. Lows 40s to lower 50s. Coastal valleys, 70s to mid-90s Thursday, cooling to the mid-60s to mid-80s by Saturday. Lows in the 40s to lower 50s. Interior valleys, highs upper 80s and 90s Thursday, cooling to the 80s to lower 90s by Saturday. Lows in the up»*?r 40s and 50s. Mountain resorts, 80s to lower 90s Thursday, cooling to the mid- 70s to mid-80s by Saturday. Lows in the upper 20s to lower 40s. State forecast Central California can expect fair weather, except for night and morning fog and low clouds along the coast. Cooling trend inland. Coastal areas, highs mid-60s to mid-70s. Lows upper 40s to mid-50s. Coastal valleys, highs 70s to lower 90s Thursday, cooling to the upper 60s to mid-80s by Saturday. Lows in the mid-40s to the 50s. Interior valleys, highs upper 80s and 90s Thursday, cooling to the 80s to lower 90s by Saturday. Lows in the 50s to lower 60s. Mountain resorts, highs 80s to lower 90s Thursday, lowering to the mid-70s to mid-80s by Saturday. Lows in the 30s and 40s. Southern California can expect night and morning low clouds and fog, mainly near the coast. Otherwise fair with mostly sunny days. Beaches, highs in the upper 60s to mid-70s. Lows in the upper 50s to low 60s. Valleys, highs in the upper 80s to mid-90s. Lows in the upper 50s to low 60s. lion will be Wednesday afternoon and evening. Inernmcnt will be at the Chapel of the Chimes in Sania Rosa. Survivors arc*his \vilc, Gertrude Zanella of Willils; his daughter, Gail McCullough of Petaluma; his brother, Charles Zanella, of Willits; an uncle, Valentino Valloni of Willits, two grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his son, Gary Zanella, in 1977. Memorial contributions may be sent to the Mendocino County Museum or to the charity of your choice. Lakes today, while hot, dry weather continued on the West Coast. Overnight temperatures were in the 70s in California's interior valleys and highs were expected to reach 100 degrees today inland in the Pacific Coast states. Redding and Red Bluff, Calif., recorded a scorching 108 degrees Monday, the highest temperature in the nation. While skies were mostly clear west of the Mississippi River, showers and thunderstorms extended over portions of southern Arizona and extreme south Texas. By U BEI WEN Journal Correspondent Stan Janiak, executive director of the American Cancer Society, was ecstatic Monday morning as he tallied the financial results of the Jail and Bail fundraiser held Friday and .Saturday. The Mcndocino-Lake ACS unit raised $13,750 during the two-day event making it one of the top money makers for the local organization. "Our goal was $10,000 and we passed it," he said. Janiak, who took over the reins of the unit earlier this year, said there were 10 people who raised more than $300 each during their incarceration in the makeshift jail at the Pear Tree Shopping Center. "There was a total of 68 people arrested, which is only four more than last year when we grossed $9,300," he said. The Jail and Bail event involves people in the community paying ACS to arrest their friends, co-workers, or acquaintcnccs. Once in jail, the arrestees are provided a telephone and given one hour to raise their bail, which is set by an honorary judge. Janiak said the event was a good opportunity for him to meet many Ukiahans and he is very impressed with the response and cooperation of the community. "I would like to thank everyone who participated, including those who so good-naturedly allowed themselves to be arrested and worked so hard to raise the money. And we appreciate all the people who had mercy on their poor jailbird friends and pledged money for the American Cancer Society," he said. He extended a special thanks to Bill Stcclc of K-WINE and Toni Harris of Domino's Pizza, co-sponsors of this year's event, for their efforts. Stecle did several hours of live broadcasting from the jail site and Domino's Pizza kept a supply of hot pizza and cold drinks for all the arrestees and volunteers who worked in the hot sun. Al Lyly provided the flatbed for the jail and when arrested, raised enough money to be the top fund-raiser of the event. Lyly is a partner in Lyly and Sons Trucking and with his wife, Gay, recently purchased Hiram Jewelers in Pear Tree Shopping Center. Sandy Sage, who just opened a new business in town, Balloonograms, decorated trie flatbed with red and blue balloons, a surprise for the ACS officials. " I heard about it and figured it was a good thing to donate to the cancer society. I think it helped a lot. They needed some decorations," Sage said. Janiak said he was also grateful to the Ukiah Police Department for their cooperation in making the arrests. Chief Fred Keplingcr and Sgt. Chuck Durfcc, assisted by other off-duty police officers, were indispensiblc, he said. Janiak said he hesitates to start thanking individuals because there is always the danger of leaving off someone who worked very hard, but noted that many Ukiah business men and women and personnel from the Ukiah Unified School District were very much in evidence in the jail throughout the two days. Lee Adams and Barbara Buckley, members of the ACS committee who planned and orchestrated the affair, were also on the scene taking care of the many details that came up during the 12 hours of jail operations. The money, Janiak said, will go to support the continuing research, education, and services to cancer patients in Mcndocino and Lake Counties. Police Log Titanic artifacts unveiled Temperatures day's Temperatures Indicate previous high and overnight low to 8 am. EOT. HI Lo Pre Otlk State summary The interior valleys of the state warmed into the upper 90s to 105 Monday. High pressure continued to dominate California weather Tuesday morning. Coastal fog and low clouds extended from the Oregon to the Mexican border with a few patches of locally dense fog near the Oregon border. A large thunderstorm rattled the San Diego area through most of the night with a continuing chance of thunderstorms all along the Mexican border. The rest of the state was clear. The marine layer along the coast was a little deeper, lifting the areas of dense fog Monday morning into low overcast Tuesday. The low clouds were also able to spread a little further into the coastal valleys and should provide a little coastal cooling Tuesday. National summary Showers and thunderstorms were scattered over the middle Atlantic Coast states and southern Great MARKET Mixed trading NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market turned mixed after an early dose of selling today. At noon, the Dow Jones average of 30 industrials stood at 2,506.85, up 14.03 points, after having been down more than 10 points soon after the opening. But in the overall tally of New York Stock Exchange-listed issues, losers slightly outnumbered gainers, with 708 down, 682 up and 447 unchanged. Volume on the Big Board came to 102.96 million shares, compared with 77.99 million shares at noon Monday. Today's activity came on top of Monday's 31.82-point loss in the Albany,N.Y. Albuquerque Amarlllo Anchorage Ashevllle Atlanta Atlantic City Austin Baltimore Billings Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Burtlngton.Vt. Caspef Charleston.S.C. Charteston.VY.Va. Chark>tte,N.C. Cheyenne Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Cdurrtla.S.C. Columtaus.Ohlo Conccxd.N.H. Dallas-Ft Worth Dayton Denver Des Molnes Detroit Duluth El Paso Evans vllle Fairbanks Fargo Flagstaff Grand Rapids Great Falls Greensboro,N.C. Hirtlord Helena Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Jackson,Miss. Jacksonville Juneau Kansas City Las Vegas Little Rock Los Angeles Louisville Lubbock Memphis Miami Beach Midland-Odessa Milwaukee Mpls-St Paul Nashville New Orleans New York City Nortolk,Va. North Plane Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh Ponlartd.Malne Ponland.Ore. Providence Raleigh Rapid C 68 78 74 58 76 83 71 87 75 80 83 69 85 65 92 70 58 75 89 73 80 68 62 71 68 85 70 62 84 71 71 68 67 63 80 75 50 68 77 61 81 80 70 83 89 55 56 54 47 47 60 59 68 57 49 55 37 54 59 .02 73 1.16 51 .03 5236 67 53 .05 59 37 55 .07 52 52 55 54 53 58 53 .06 42 49 51 49 60 50 33 .03 .02 .06 .02 .22 .02 .04 . > City Reno Richmond Sacramento SI Louie Salt Lake City San Antonio San Diego San Francisco San Juan,P.R. Si Ste Marie Seattle Shreveport Sioux Falls Spokane Syracuse Tampa-St Ptrsbg Topeka Tucson Tutea Washington,D.C. Wichita Wikee-Barre Wilmlngton.Del. National Temperature Monday...108 at Redding. Blulf, Calif. Low Tuesday Gunnison, Colo. 42 48 44 56 51 43 73 65 55 57 62 42 47 66 55 65 52 53 56 75 56 56 47 49 64 61 64 34 55 45 76 55 77 53 53 53 55 57 36 44 59 59 52 49 69 67 54 77 50 56 62 42 48 55 73 49 67 52 63 48 51 55 .03 .22 .16 cdy ody cfr m S2 y Uf dr dr dr dr cfr cdy i a< . dr dr dr dr cdy dr dr dr dr dr I cdy rn dr dr •a dr dr cdy Hf cdy dr dr dr cdy elf ody dr dr dr dr dr dr dr dr rn dr : cdy ody cdy dr cdy cdy clr dr dr clr dr dr dr Ukiah man arrested with weapon Steven Gwinn, 42, of Ukiah, was arrested following an incident on Uva Drive early today when he reportedly threatened some people he believed to have stolen a pool cue and knife from him. He was charged with assault with a deadly weapon, although he fired no shots and no one was injured, according to Lt. Jay Miller. Woman confronts N. Bush burglar A Ukiah woman frightened away a burglar in her home late Monday morning. The confrontation took place at a home in the 600 block of North Bush Street. kiah police, currently investigating 14 unsolved burglaries, were frustrated because the victim first called her husband, then police. In the meantime, the suspect vanished from the neighborhood. The suspect entered the home through a door left open for a puppy. When confronted, the suspect quickly said he was looking for someone and must have entered the wrong house. The suspect was described as a white male, six feet tall, weighing 150 pounds, with short hair. He was wearing a brown and yellow tank top and dark shorts. Police say they have an idea of the suspect's identity. It is unknown if the same suspect is responsible for the theft of a spcargun from a vehicle parked on the 500 block of North Oak Monday evening. Three arrested at pot gardens Three suspects were arrested Monday in raids on separate marijuana gardens. CAMP raiders arrested Howard L. Page, 53, and Michael Page, 37, both of Laytonvillc, at a Sherwood Road marijuana garden with 113 plants. The two Pages were booked on charges of marijuana- cultivation and possession of marijuana for sale. Officers confiscated five firearms in the raid. David Dclgado, 26, of Philo, was arrested on the same charges aflcr 212 plans were uprooted from a single garden two miles west of Philo. PARIS (AP) — A silver ladle, gold spectacles, and a cracked whiskey bottle pulled from the Titanic were unveiled today at the first public showing of artifacts salvaged from the sunken luxury liner. About 100 jpportcrs were on hand for the opening of the container holding 800 items plucked by salvagers from the Titanic, which sank 75 years ago on its maiden voyage. The five pieces displayed today included a pale green whiskey bottle, with a small crack in its side, and filled with murky water; a silver ladle, its engraved handle covered in a tar-like substance; a pair of gold spectacles in mint condition, inside the leather case still bearing the name of the Paris optician who made them; an elaborate bronze grill used to cover a duct on the ship; and a fluted serving bowl. Jacques Montlucon, a spokesman for the Electricite de France laboratory, which is treating the , artifacts, donned a pair of thin rubber gloves and pulled the items one by one from a red plastic container. A stubborn door on the container delayed the unveiling a few minutes. The lab, operated by the state utility, has contracted with organizers of the Titanic salvage operation to treat the artifacts for exposure to years of saltwater. The lab was originally created to perform metal surface tests for application on nuclear power plants. It has branched out to several fields and has treated materials ranging from Napolean's iron cannon to a 14lh century leather shoe. Cops probe 'whopper' embezzlement One suspect is in custody and more suspects are under investigation in the embezzlement of 520,000 from a chain of Burger King restaurants. "The investigation is not done," said Ukiah police Detective Dean Spates. "We have a long way to go." Ukiah police quietly arrested Cynthia Boyman, 28, of Ukiah, last week in connection with the embezzlement. Boymari was the bookkeeper for Joseph Krugcr, the owner of Burger King franchises in Ukiah, Clcarlakc, and Santa Rosa. The investigation began into the disappearance of $4,000, then ballooned to $10,000. Spates said he has so far has documented the disappearance of $20,000 since 1985, and he anticipates the total will climb higher. "It involves more than we anticipated," Spates said. Other suspects arc still under investigation, he added. & cdy cdy dr dr dr dr dr rn dr •» dr dr dr dr Extremes High Call!.- and Red morning...23 at .18 .07 .27 .08 .26 Dow Jones industrials and an 84.10-point slide last week. Newmont Mining lead the Big Board's most-active list at 99, up 5, after Newmont's Monday announcement of a $33-per-share special dividend. Marion Labs was down ! 3 /« at 29'/2 , and Upjohn was down VA at 41'/t , continuing Monday's slide in drug stocks. IBM stood at 151 5 /«, up VA and General Electric was up 3 /< at 60 3 /i Exxon was up 3 /4 at 47; Philips Petroleum was down'/i at!5 7 /i anc Chevron was up VA at 51'/i. The NYSE's composite index o: all its listed common stocks stood a 175.08, up 0.83. On the American Stock Exchange, the market value index was down 0.89 at 348.86 THE MAXIMUM MATRIX ACCOUNT RATE* ANNUAL YIELD First Affiliated Securities, Inc. A SUBSIDIARY OF BEKHOR INTERNATIONAL GROUP, INC. Ted Preecott Mary Tanner 216 W. 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