Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on August 2, 1987 · Page 2
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-SUNDAY, AUGUST 2, OBITUARIES •TH6 UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL Walter M. Heady Retired Mobil and Wilshire oil distributor and wholesale tire dealer Walter M. Heady died Thursday at the age of 80. An active community leader, Heady may be best remembered for his outspoken support of the John Birch Society of which he was a member until his death. He had been leader of the Lake and Mendocino Chapter. Heady, whose father, Tom (Heady) Sterling had been a peace officer in the old west, was absolutely dedicated to three principles — God, family and country. He was bom Nov. 12, 1906, in Estancia Valley, New Mexico and came to California at an early age. Walt and the late Elma Heady, his wife of many years, started Girl Scouts in the Ukiah area. Walt also was an active volunteer in Boy Scouts of America. The Headys moved to Ukiah in the spring of 1949, and Walt was Mobil Oil distributor here until 1954. Prom 1954-58, he was distributor for Wilshire Oil and had Heady's Wholesale Tire Company through 1967. Before death separated her from Walt five years ago, Elma Heady gave her blessing to a.childhood friend of hef husband's who herself was a widow. Jewell Bonnell and Watt Heady married in 1983. She survives along with Walt's two sons and their wives, Steven and Cathy Heady of White City, Ore., and Bruce and Carolyn Rupe Heady of Ukiah; 10 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Monday, Aug. 3, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Jim McKell will officiate. Interment will be in Ukiah Cemetery, where a private Service will be conducted for the family. Arrangements are by Eversole Mortuary. Delmar Dewitt Allsup Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, August 4 at Eversole Mortuary for Delmer Dewitt Allsup, Sr., 88, of Ukiah, who died July 30 at a Ukiah hospital. the Rev. John Kraps will officiate. Eversole Mortuary is in charge of arrangements. Allsup was 6orn June 19,1899 in Theves, ni. He moved to California 54 years ago, and lived in Ukiah for 32 years. He was a retired logging truck driver, operating his own business in the area for many years. He is survived by his wife Eulah May Allsup of Ukiah, daughter Ruby Jones of Lakeport and sons Delmer Jr. of Ukiah, William of Tustin and John of Ukiah. He istlso survived by 12 grandchildren and four great grandchildren, and several nephews. Contributions may be made to CAHP Widow and Orphan Fund, P.O. Box 161209, Sacramento 95816 or a favorite charity preferred by the family. Elinor J. Shaler Private inurnment services were held for Elinor J. Shaler, 70, of Ukiah, who died July 30 at a Ukiah hospital. Eversole Mortuary is in charge of arrangements. Shaler was bom Jan. 27,1917 in Tacoma, Wash. She moved to Cali- WEATHER fornia 54 years ago, and was a Ukiah resident for 15 years. She is survived by her husband Elmer S. Shaler of Ukiah. Shaler was a graduate of Monterey High School in 1935 and UC Berkeley in 1939. Extended forecast Tuesday through Thursday — Patchy low clouds and fog along the north coast. Otherwise fair except for a slight.,chance of eVenin^ thunderstorms over the: northern mountains. Lows inline mid 40s to lower 60s. Northerly winds f 5 to 25 mph along the north coast with lighter winds elsewhere. State summary Central California can expect patchy night and morning coastal low clouds Sunday. Otherwise fair except for increasing clouds Sunday over the Sierra Nevada. Coastal highs Sunday in the mid 60s to mid 70s. Coastal valley highs Sunday •70s to near 100. Inland valley highs Sunday 90 to near 105. Mountain lows highs Sunday upper 70s to lower 90s. National summary Tornadoes touched down in the Dakotas early today, while scattered showers and thunderstorms dampened parts of the Rockies, the Plains and the Midwest. Showers and thunderstorms lingered today from northern Minnesota across northern Wisconsin and • Michigan, while isolated thunderstorms rumbled over the southern Atlantic Coast. High winds ripped away part of a drive-in movie screen in Gettysburg, S.D., and 2 inches of rain fell at babel and Glad Valley. Some flooding was reported at Ridgeview, S.D. Temperatures Tamparatur«t Indlcatajircvious day's hlon aiu t*« night low » 8 p.m EDlT Bifnwtghvn Blsmarak Bolt* Boston Browntvlto Buffalo Burtlngton.Vt. Cmptr Ohvlwton,S.C. Ch*rlMton,W.Va. ., . Chaymnt' • Chicago ! OndmMl Ctowland Cdumtt«,S.C. Cdurrtom.Ohb Concord.N.H.-'- 1 Ddlw-Ft Worth Dayton D«nv«r DHMolrwt D*rolt Duluth EIP«o Eviravlta Fdrbanki Ftnjo Ftagwaff Grand Raddi GrwflFalii OrMmboro.N.C. Hvtford Httona Honolulu Houston Indlanapofc Jack*on,MlM. Jaduonvfll* JunMU KamaiClty Loufevllb LubbooX M»mpt* MlairiBMch MJdhfld-OdMM p«ui NwvOrtoana NtwYofkCly Nortoio/a. 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The market notched its eighth gain,in as many sewipns Friday, sending the Dow Jones average of 30 blue-chip stocks tp its fourth straight record high. The index closed at 2,572.07, up 4,63 points from Thursday. The Dow piled up 86.74 points for the week and 104.12 points since the rally started following the July 21 close. < On the ecjononuc froru, the government reported that orders for manufactured goods climbed 1,7 percent in June, the fifthconsecur u'y# monthly increase. The Com- Department said the report d U<§- factories were conii- to reap the benefits of rising Police and R»ndy Foster An accident victim Is loaded Into an ambulance. Five people injured when van overturns By RANDY FOSTER Journal Staff Writer A birthday celebration at Lake Mendocino turned into tragedy for two adults and three children Saturday afternoon when their van swerved out of control and flipped over as they were driving home. Officials Saturday evening did not release the names of the five, but a spokesperson at Ukiah Adventist Hospital, where the five were taken, said all were in stable condition. A witness said the five included a woman, her three daughters and a man. He said the man was driving. The van was traveling south on North State Street about two miles north of Lake Mendocino Drive when the vehicle drifted into the northbound lane, the witness told a California Highway Patrol officer. He said the driver oversteered to the left, then to the right and again to the left, driving up a small but steep embankment and rolling the van. The five had reportedly spent the day at Lake Mendocino celebrating a birthday for one of the younger girls. • ,"He wasn't driving that fast/' the witness said. Debris from the van littered the area. A.< keenest spilled its contents, a six-pack of cola and a carton of ice cream, onto the street. . The witness, his shirt splattered with blood from a head wound the driver suffered, said he was first on the scene. He had been driving from the opposite direction. "It's a wonder that nobody was seriously hurt," he said. Injuries apparently were limited to broken arms, whiplash and the driver's headwound. "I'm glad I wasn't five seconds ahead of schedule," the witness said, "Otherwise I would have been more than just a witness." Laytonville raid nets 928 plants Agents from the Campaign Against Marijuana Planting seized 825 pounds of marijuana plants from seven garden sites in the Iron Creek area near Laytonville Friday, the Sheriffs Office said. CAMP raiders didn't make any arrests, but their haul included 928 plants ranging in size from two feet to eight feet, a fertilizer mixer, a water timer, a case of rat poison and tOOlS. ; Marauding dogs shot near Calpella Deputies responded to a call that two dogs were shot near the Hodge Podge flea market on North State Street near Calpella. Animal Control officers were dispatched to pick up the dog carcasses, the Sheriffs Office said. The dogs reportedly have gotten loose before and had a history of harassing livestock in the area. Margaret Stump was listed by the Sheriffs Office as the-victim. There are no .suspects. COMMET deputies at work in Philo Deputies from the County of Mendocino Marijuana Eradication Team seized 70 growing marijuana plants near Philo Friday. The plants ranged in size from one foot to seven feet, the Sheriff's Office said. No-arrests were made. Skunk bites Covelo woman Doctors at Howard Memorial Hospital are examining the remains of a skunk that bit a woman near Fire Log Covelo early Saturday morning. The woman killed the skunk before seeking medical attention. RV. man suffers moderate injuries A Redwood Valley man alarmed by opposing traffic crashed into two guardrails in Redwood Valley Saturday morning, the California Highway Patrol said. Earl Pittenger, 81, was taken to Ukiah Adventist Hospital, where he was admitted with moderate injuries. He was listed in stable condition Saturday evening, Pittenger was driving north on East Road south of Road A when a car approaching from the Opposite direction moved a little too Close to the center divider. The CHT ,aid Pittenger thought the other ir's mirror would hit his car ana >verreacted," steering right and hitting a guardrail. He then overcorrected and careened to the other side of the road, hitting the guardrail on the opposite side. Pittenger then came to a stop. Fire calls •The Ukiah Fire Department responded to these calls Friday: 1:58 p.m. Lover's Lane, auto fire at the wreaking yard. No time listed. Ackerman Creek at U.S. Highway 101, auto fire. 3:15 p.m. 408 Ford Street, trash can fire. The Ukiah Fire Department responded to this call by Saturday evening: 5:30 p.m. North State Street, grass fire subsequent to auto accident. For the Record The entry in the Journal's Friday Police and Fire Log, ''No burglar, maybe a bird," about a false alarm at a Vista VerdV Drive home/ incori: rectly attributed LTkiah Police as the 'source. The source of inforiitatioh for file story was the Sheriffs' Office. The Sheriffs incident log also had several errors, said the owner of the house where the false alarm occurred. The alarm company was Arm Alarm, not Deep Valley. The parrot mentioned in the Sheriff's log was not flying around, because its wings were clipped. It wasn't a large parrot, it was a small parrot. And the alarm had been tripped by someone tampering with the front door, he said. r Jt is the policy..of :the Daily Journal -. to correct (> any ..factual, errprs, Correction' will be published as soon as .possible. .. .... Errprs should be called to the attention of the managing editor by calling 468-0123, extension 313. 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In the oil futures market, where trading has been jarred by (he ongoing tensions in the Persian Gulf, price* ended 0* day little changed, still hovering above the $21 mark per 42-g»llon barrel of West .Texas Iiuenfiediaje crude. Thejewelry' Store DIAMOND , Selection, Quality, Price & Guarantee Offer the Bes 2SOS73clieolSt. Downtown Ukiah With the best rates in town! $1,OOQ.$19,999 6mosdblO/7,35 lyr cJ.20/7,4* $20.800-$49,W 7,20/7.46 7,30/7,57 7,30/7,57 7.40/7,67 Compounds Daily - Substantial interest penalty for early withdrawal NO PAPER? The Circulation Department of the Ukiah Daily Journal is open from 8am- 7pm Monday-Friday and 7am-10am Sunday Morning- It you fail to receive your paper by $pm weekdays call the Circulation Department at W« take your Dunking n«w<U FWSOHAUY. Allied Savings Bank A FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK Htadquprttrs 92$ Eeit Ptrkini Ufcioh €a 95412 468-0225 Jtf

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