Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on September 29, 1987 · Page 14
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14 -TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,1987 -THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL Log- Sheriffs Dept. probes thefts The Mendocino County Sheriffs Department arrested one man in a then, but three other burglaries remain under investigation. A resident of Boonville Road reported the theft of a wheelbarrow, generator and extension cord Monday morning. A deputy investigating at the scene followed the tracks of the wheelbarrow to a neighboring property, were he discovered the missing goods and four growing marijuana plants. Alex R. Martin, 24, was arrested on charges of grand theft and cultivation of marijuana. The other three burglaries under investigation are: •the theft of a $650 guitar from Joel's Restaurant, in Hopland, reported Monday morning. •missing mechanics tools valued at $6,000 taken from a shop at the Carousel Industrial Park Monday afternoon. •a residential burglary at Blackhawk Drive, Brooktrails, was reported Monday evening. A VCR and stereo system valued at $1,800 was, missing. Big CAMP bust CAMP raiders uprooted 2,027 marijuana plants found in four gardens on Albion Ridge. The raid Monday yielded plants weighing a total of 2,100 pounds, but there were no arrests. WEATHER Extended forecast Coastal fog and low clouds with partial afternoon clearing. Warm sunny days and clear nights inland. Coastal area highs in the 60s and lower 70s, lows in the.upper 40s and SOs. Coastal valley highs in the mid-70s to mid-SOs, lows in the upper 40s and SOs. Interior valley highs in the mid-SOs to mid-90s, lows in the SOs and lower 60s. Mountain resort highs in the 70s to lower SOs, lows in the upper 20s to lower 40s. State forecast Central California can expect coastal fog and low clouds with partial afternoon clearing. Warm sunny days and clear nights inland. Coastal area highs in the 60s to mid-70s, lows in the upper 40s and SOs. Coastal valley highs in the mid-70s to mid-SOs, lows hi the mid-40s to mid-SOs. Interior valley highs in the mid-SOs to mid-90s, lows in the 40s and SOs. Mountain resort highs hi the 60s and 70s, lows in the upper 20s to 40s. Southern California can expect some night through mid-morning low clouds and local fog near the coast, otherwise fair but hazy. Beach highs 68 to 75, lows 58 to 65. Valley highs 90 to 100, lows 58 to 65. isolated showers and thunderstorms lingered over southern Texas early today. Flood and flash flood watches continued in southeastern and central Texas. In Oklahoma, a flood warning was posted for the Salt Fork of the Arkansas River, which was expected to crest about 4 feet above flood stage today. A downpour of 2.25 inches at Galvestori, Texas, on Monday set a record for the date, breaking a 101-year-old mark of 1.91 inches. Temperatures Temperatures Indicate previous day's high and overnight tow to 8 am. EOT. * HI Lo Pre Otlk Atoany.N.Y. 73 57 m " " dr State summary Fog and low clouds shrouded coastal sections of Central and Northern California early today from Point Conception to just north of Cape Mendocino. The fog was very dense at many locations along the coast between Monterey and San Francisco, reducing visibility, to near zero in places. The heavy fog prompted the issuance of a travelers advisory for hazardous driving conditions. Elsewhere in California, except for a few patches of morning fog • along the Southern California coast, skies across the state were clear overnight. Pre-dawn temperatures at low elevations ranged from the 40s along the extreme north coast to near 70 over the deserts of Southern California. National summary Rainshowers fell along a cold front from Arkansas to southern Michigan early today, while flooding was possible in Oklahoma and Texas. Elsewhere, showers and thundershowers were scattered along the southern Atlantic Coast and were widely scattered over the central Gulf Coast. A travelers' advisory warned of dense fog in southwest Louisiana. Rainshowers dampened Minnesota and western Wisconsin, and MARKET Mixed trading NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market was mixed todayamid concerns over rising interest rates. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials rose 5.22 to 2,606.72 by noontime on Wall Street. However, losers slightly outpaced gainers in the overall tally of New York Stock Exchange-listed issues, with 672 up, 682 down and 474 unchanged. Anchonuo AthwM Atlanta Atlantic City Austin Baltimore Billings Birmingham Bismarck Bolt* Boston Browns vlto Buftab BurHnglon.Vt. Caspar Charteston.S.C. Charletton.W.Va. CharkXt».N.C. Cheysnne Chicago Cincinnati Chwland Cdumbta,S.C. Cdumbus.Ohb Concord^.H. 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Tl 51 90 72 82 56 100 79 82 56 66 54 84 51 79 56 80 58 68 38 83 41 84 56 96 56 82 61 1.12 69 43 83 73 .28 74 65 72 53 96 76 .03 cdy 78 67 .15 ''72 54 91 68 .22 67 45 71 45 81 58 .05 92 72 78 50 95 70 76 68 .42 82 61 78 52 79 54 82 57 1 dr dr dr m m dr reportedly urged air strikes against Iran SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Former President Richard Nixon privately suggested that President Reagan threaten air strikes against Iran to protect oil shipping in the Persian Gulf and "divert attention from the Iran-contra controversy," according to a published report. The San Francisco Examiner said in a copyright story in today's editions that it had obtained a confidential memo by the former president. The memo, written in June for the benefit of Republican Party strategists, included both a wide-ranging review of current foreign policy issues and a detailed handicapping of the 1988 presidential race. It is not known whether Reagan was ever made aware of the contents of the 19-page typewritten memo, stamped "confidential — not for publication." ' Nixon said Reagan could solve the Persian Gulf crisis quickly with the threat of "massive U.S. retaliation against airfields and other targets in Iran." "Many will contend that this kind of strong statement risks American lives," Nixon continued. "The contrary is true. The niters in Iran are radical bujt not crazy. "They know that a massive U.S. retaliation against airfields and other targets in Iran could abort their revolution." On domestic politics, Nixon predicted Vice President George Bush would win the 1988 Republican presidential nomination by edging out Senate Minority Leader Bob Dole, New York Congressman Jack Kemp and — possibly — presidential Chief of Staff Howard Baker. Nixon said the Democrats will be stuck with a "crop of mediocrities" and nominate New York Gov. Mario Cuomo. The result in November is cut-and-dried, according to the former president. If Reagan can stave off an economic recession, the Republicans have a lock on the White House. But if the administration loses its handle on the economy, "any jackass" the Democrats put up will be elected president, Nixon wrote. Nixon called Cuomo, who said earlier this year he would not run, "highly intelligent (and) powerfully persuasive ... on television." Nixon sees Cuomo jumping back into the race and taking the nomination —unless a dark horse can use television to break loose from the pack. "As was demonstrated in the demise of Hart, the media can break a candidate in one week," Nixon writes. "The converse of this is the media can make a candidate in one week." Willits youths injured in crash on U.S. 101 Willits firefighters used the jaws- of-life to extract a teenager from the crushed cab of a small pickup truck Monday night. The driver of the vehicle was identified as Michael Morrison, 18, of Willits. According to CHP Officer Tom Stone, Morrison lost control while traveling southbound on U.S. 101 at excessive speed on the Ridgewood Grade. The truck went out of control and slammed backwards into the rounded end of a guardrail, according to a witness. sed The passenger was indentified by the CHP as Carl Ellis m, 18, of Willits. Ellis was semi-conscious and receiving treatment from Ukiah Ambulance EMTs while he was being removed from the wreckage, Smith said. It took firefighters about 30 minutes to complete the. rescue. Both Morrison and Ellis were listed this morning in stable condition at the critical care unit pf Ukiah Adventist Hospital. Ellis is scheduled for surgery for fractures later tnto ms\t*ntvm ns*s*s*«>rtiOT*» *** M 1%/^Cnfl -TRAPPED ' (Continued from page 1) Bua said late this morning. Fuel supplies were down to a little more than 1,000 gallons when tankers and a helicopter, each taking 350 to 450 gallons of aviation gas, lined up to top off their tanks, Bua said. The CDF said this morning that no structures are presently threatened. Operations at Louisiana- Pacific's Potter Valley Mill, about five miles south of the burning area, continued normally. "All we see is smoke," said mill manager Gary Van Patten. Cause of the fire is unknown, although there is some speculation it may have been ignited by the lightning storms that passed through the area in late August. "This may be a sleeper," said county Emergency Services Coordinator Gregg Smith. "That's the danger of these things. They can sit around for weeks before they flare up." Jumping-Jacks. Most feet are born perfect. They should stay that way. T.M. Navy 8V2-12*30°° Navy & Grey 12V2-3 LEATHER SHOES 30 DAY WEAR TEST If you find that you are not happy with your Kidproofs, return within 30 days for a full refund or exchange. Rod FUN SHOES FOR FUN PEOPLE ROD'S _ Rrilf'v s Orossrorids Center • 462 3624 . ----- Shnwaport Slow Fai Spokane Syracuse Tampa-St Pt/sbg Topeka Tucson Tuba WasMngton.D.C. VWehaa WUies-Barre WknJngton,Del. National Temperature Extremes Hlun Monday afternoon...105 at Blythe. Can. Low Tuesday morning...16 at Gunnbon, Coto. Volume on the Big Board :ane to 86.28 million shares, down from 93.74 million at the same point Monday. On Monday the Dow Jones industrial average climbed 31.33 points to 2,601.50. /vmong stocks actively traded today, Salomon jumped 2/< to 37 Revlon Chairman Ronald O. Perelman reportedly offered to buy the same 12 percent stake in Salomon that investor Nebraska Warren Buffett has already agreed to purchase. Store Ukiah's Largest Selection of Fine Jewelry Competitive Prices Superior Quality 2MS. School St. Downtown UkioK JCPenney National Bank High Yield CDs NO PAPER? The Circulation Department of the Ukiah Daily Journal is open from 8am- 7pm Monday-Friday and 7am-10am Sunday Morning. 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