Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on September 30, 1987 · Page 16
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 16

Ukiah, California
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Wednesday, September 30, 1987
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16 -WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1987 OBITUARIES George Grady Dean -THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL' Services for longtime Ukiah resident George Grady Dean, 86, arc scheduled for 11 a.m. Thur., Oct. 1, al Evcrsolc Mortuary. Dean, who lived in Ukiah for 41 years, died Mon., Sept. 28, of a heart attack at home. A retired mill worker and National Guard veteran. Dean was torn Marh 9,1901, in Glory, Texas. He is survived by wife Vcra Dean of Ukiah; children George Dean Jr. of Gualala, Nora Isbom of Talmagc and Glcnda Pugmirc of Bakcrsficld; brothers and sisters Ruby Diggs of Ukiah, Ed Dean of Louisiana and Lillic Brccdlovc of Los Angeles; half-brother Ed Travis of Louisiana; 10 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren. Burial at Ukiah Cemetery will follow the service, which will be officiated by Rev. David Broylcs and Ray Scvicr. Calvary Chuch members wil act as pallbearers. Edward Delano McManus FORT BRAGG — Memorial services were held this afternoon at Havcrfield & Cannarr-Fairlec Chapel by the Sea in Fort Bragg for Edward Delano McManus, 52, who died suddenly after feeling ill Friday, Sept. 25, while at work at the Gualala Hotel. Cremation will follow. A resident of Gualala, McManus was bom and raised in Garbcrvillc, but had made his home in Gualala for the past 20 years. He was employed at different limes by several lumber mills in the area, and was employed as a security guard for the hotel at the time of his death. Surviving him are three daughters, Terry Silva and Connie Bolder- stone of Ukiah, and Lori McManus of Healdsburg; one son, Edward D. McManus of the U.S. Army in Germany; six sisters, Wilhelmina Southerland of Garberville, Florence Rudloff of Auburn, Dorothy Grover of Middlctown, Bertha Johnson of Briceland, Georgellen Grover of Healdsb urg, and Juanita Jolly of New Mexico; three grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. The family prefers memorials be made to the American Heart Association.. WEATHER Extended forecast Persistent coastal fog and low clouds spreading deeply into coastal valleys during nights and mornings with patchy coastal drizzle Friday morning becoming widespread Saturday morning. Mostly fair elsewhere. Coastal area highs in the upper 50s and 60s, lows in the upper 40s and 50s. Coastal valley highs in the 70s, lows in the upper 40s and 50s. Interior valley highs in the 80s to mid^90s, lows in the 50s. Mountain resort highs in the 60s and 70s, lows in the upper 20s to lower 40s. State forecast Central California can expect persistent coastal fog and low clouds spreading into coastal valleys during nights and mornings with local drizzle along the ocean Saturday morning. Mostly fair elsewhere. Coastal area highs in the 60s, lows in the upper 40s and 50s. Coastal valley highs in the 70s to lower 80s, lows 45 to 55. Interior valley highs in the mid-80s to mid-90s, lows in the 40s and 50s. Mountain resort highs in the 60s and 70s, lows in the upper 20s to 40s. Southern California can expect partly cloudy weather Friday with isolated thunderstorms, mainly near the mountains. Otherwise fair through the weekend except for some late night and early morning low clouds and local fog near the coast. Beach highs 68 to 76, lows 60 to 66. Valley highs in the upper 80s and 90s, lows 60 to 66. .State summary Low clouds and locally dense fog blanketed the California coast early today. The remainder of the state had clear skies overnight. Early morning temperatures at the lower elevations varied from the mid 40s on the north coast to the upper 60s along the south coast, Highs Tuesday ranged from a foggy Pet of the day •Police and Fire Log Alligator back at home An alligator missing since last week in Redwood Valley is reported safe and sound hack in his cage today. The alligator, who belongs to Frank Brady of 2101 Road G, was discovered Tuesday by his owners running around in the back yard. The owners believe someone may have taken the alligator and decided to give it back. Three reports of animal shootings sheep had been shot by an unknown : person. That case also is under: investigation. CAMP raids net : half-ton of pot ;j Marijuana plants weighing 1,090 pounds were pulled from garden j sites in Albion, Boonvillc and Lay^ tonville Tuesday. :• Officers from the Campaign. Against Marijuana Planting took^ 984 plants in a raid in Albion Ridge,: another 30 plants from a site in Deer. • Meadow in Boonvillc, and 236- plants from two sites in Woodman! Canyon in Laytonvillc. No arrests were made. "Chlco," a 1-year-old male chihuahua, is available for adoption at Mendocino Animal Hospital, 462-8833. Also available are two kittens, one calico and one black and white. Three animals were reported shot Tuesday in separate incidents pjfG LOQ around the county. A Willits man reported a dog with two bullet wounds was running down Berry Canyon Road. The owner of the dog is unknown, and the incident is under investigation. Laurence Hcise, of 201 Fircrest Dr., told deputies he saw a juvenile shoot his cat Tuesday afternoon. The report will be submitted to the District Attorney's office. Betty Bay of Eastsidc Road in Willits reported that one of her The Ukiah Fire Department: responded to the following call: Tuesday. • 1:06 p.m., 425 E. Gobbi St., medical aid. The origin and purpose of the huge 2,000-year-old sandstone urns that lie on the Plain of Jars in central Laos remains uncertain, according to National Geographic. 57 at Fort Bragg on the north coast to a sizzling 109 at Palm Springs. Motive in patrol car fire may have been revenge Temperatures Tempeiatures high and overnight Albany.N.Y. Albuquerque AmarlDo Anchorage Ashevllte Atlanta Atlantic City Austin Baltimore Indicate previous day's low to 8 a.m. EOT. Hi Lo Prc Otlk 60 62 82 54 76 51 53 48 75 55 .49 82 61 1.35 77 66 81 81 •3 dr cdy Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston ' Brownsville Buffalo : Burllngton.vt. Casper Charleston.S.C. Charteston.W.Va Chartotle.N.C. Cheyenne Chicago Cincinnati. Cleveland Cdumbia.S.C. Columbus.Ohk) Concord,N.H. Dallas-Ft Worth Dayton Denver Dee Molnes Detroit Duluth El Paso Evans vi lie Fairbanks Fargo Flagstaff Grand Rapids Great Falls Greensboro,N.C. Hartlord Helena Honolulu Houston IndianapoEs Jackson.Miss. Jacksonville Juneau Kansas CHy Las Vegas Little Rock Los Angeles Louisville' Lubbock Memphis j Miami Beach Midland-Odessa Milwauke* Mpls-St Paul Nashville New Orleans New York City Noflolk.Va. North Plane Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Philadefchla Phoenix Pittsburgh Ponland.Malne Ponland.Ore. Providence Raleigh Rapid CHy Reno Richmond Sacramento SlLoufc Salt Lake City San Antonio San Diego San Francisco dr dr cdy dr dr •3 64 62 .09 73 42 82 56 72 39 79 47 S3 64 .25 89 69 .01 dr 80 56 .75 dr 78 63 .01 cdy 71 36 eft 86 71 .20 dr 81 56 .38 dr 81 67 .62 cdy 67 37 dr 68 50 cdy 70 50 dr 74 53 .13 cdy 86 68 .37 clr 73 48 .33 df 82 60 m 86 55 dr 69 51 .15 dr 71 39 dr 52 46 cdy 70 50 .11 cdy 68 42 .01 cdy 81 53 dr 78 52 .40 dr 53 33 cdy 71 39 cdy 73 35 cdy 68 48 cdy 72 41 dr 80 64 .46 cdy 82 60 .01 cdy 73 37 clr 91 75 dr 84 60 dr 73 53 .23 dr 83 58 dr 87 72 .11 dr 56 44 .49 dr 73 46 dr 96 66 clr 78 55 dr 73 65 cdy 71 54 .47 dr 79 51 dr 81 56 dr 91 75 .65 m 75 49 dr 66 51 cdy 72 54 cdy 72 54 .81 dr 80 70 .90 ell 79 64 cdy 81 67 cdv 73 34 di 76 52 di 70 43 di 91 74 cd) BO 60 .04 d 104 77 di 79 55 .41 cd) 82 59 .25 rr 69 50 d 81 61 .32 82 66 .37 cdy ByPETERPAGE JourntlSUIIWrlter Reports are circulating that the sheriffs patrol car torched early Monday morning was assigned to a deputy stabbed in a melee in Covclo earlier this year. The patrol car was reportedly assigned to Deputy Craig Kciser, who is now working in the Ukiah Valley following a violent run-in with a suspect in Covclo. Kciser was stabbed while attempting to arrest Mat Dalson, 18, on May 29, following a traffic stop in Covclo. Dalson now faces charges of attempted murder stemming from the incident. He has not denied stabbing Kciscr, but claims he did so in self defense. Sheriff Tim Shea refused to con- firm if Kciser lived at the house where the patrol car was burned. "The car was there because the officer driving it was at home writing a report," Shea said. "It might be that the investigation will prove (the arson) has nothing to do with that particular deputy," he added. The arsonist poured a flammable liquid, possibly gasoline, onto the patrol car. A pickup truck belonging to a neighbor was also burned. Investigators from the Ukiah Fire Department spcculaicd that the arsonist may have believed the pickup truck also belonged to the deputy. The vehicles were not parked near enough for the flames of one to have ignited Ilic other. The palrol vehicle was thoroughly burned on the outside. The pickup truck was reportedly gutted. MARKET Boot Company WAREHOUSE LIQUIDATIONS OUTLET STORI 1268 S. STATE ST. UKIAH 468-8441 Outlet Store Hours: Mon. thru Sat. 9-6 Open Sunday 11-S. MEN'S 8" PLAIN TOE MEN'S 12" RANCH WELLINGTON WORK Full grain oil tanned leather uppers, Neoprene soles and walking heel. Sizes 5-13 Tan full grain leather uppers, crepe sole, cushion insole and goodyear welt. Sizes 7W 13. COMPARE AT $44" to $49" MEN'S 6" MATTERHORN SUEDE LEATHER Northern California's Finest Showroom Little change NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market showed little change today amid continuing uncertainty over the oultook for interest rates. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials rose 2.12 to 2,592.69 by noontime on Wall Street. Losers outnumbered gainers by more than 4 to 3 in the overall tally of New York Stock Exchange- listed issues, with 586 up, 754 down and 473 unchanged. Treasury bond interest rates climbed Tuesday to their highest levels in almost two years, surpassing 9% percent. In the economic news, the Commerce Department said its index of leading indicators rose 0.6 percent in August. Among actively traded blue chips, Ford Motor rose Y> to 96 5 /i, while American Telephone & Tele- graph dropped '/• io34% and International Business Machines was down '/« at 150'/< . Bear Stearns gained 1 '/j to 2VA . The company reached an agreement for Jardine Strategic Holdings Ltd. of Hong Kong to acquire about a 20 percent stake in it for $23 a share. Among other leading investment banking and financial services stocks, First Boston rose 1 to 45; Morgan Stanley 1% to 81'/i; Merrill Lynch'/• to 38 5 /i, and American Express % to 35'/i. Salomon Inc., which is getting a large investment from Berkshire Hathaway Corp., slipped'/i to 36% after climbing 2/i Tuesday. The NYSE's composite index of all its listed common slocks rose .01 to 180.07. On the American Stock Exchange, the market value index lost .34 to 354.70. Volume on the Big Board came to 73.03 million shares at noontime, against 86.28 million al the same point Tuesday. 8AM-5PMMon.-Sat. Jacuzzi, Hot Tub, Kitchen and Bath Vinette Decorations from Cyrilla Designs Antiques from Lil' Stinker Appliances from the Appliance Center Deep Valley Masonry Exhibit Mitch Champ! Photo Exhibit Registered Kohler Dealer IWFreitos St. Ukiah 462-5845 ••••••••••I••<!•••••••••••••••••«••••••••••••••••••••• We know how to make our clients feel important. 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