The Press Democrat from Santa Rosa, California (2024)

Democrat, Santa Rosa, July 18, 1966 Vital Statistics Births, Marriages, Divorces, Deaths BIRTHS BLES--TO Mr. and Mrs. John P. Bles, Bodega, at Palm Drive Hospital, July 1966, a boy. 7 pounds, 1 ounce.

SOJA--To Mr. and Mrs. John Soja. Santa Rosa, at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, July 9, 1966, a boy, 6 pounds, ounces. BREKKE TO Mr.

and Mrs. Carmann Brekke, Santa Rosa, Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, July 10, 1966, a bov, 9 ounces. McCALL- To Mr. and Mrs. Craries MicCall, Santa Rosa, at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, July 11, 1966, a girl, 7 pounds, 4 ounces.

To Martinez, Mr. and Mrs. Doil Montgomery, at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, July 12, 1966, 8 boy, 7 pounds, 1 ounce. PUL- To Mr. and Mrs.

Arthur Paul Sebastopol, at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, July 12, 1966, a qirl, 7 pounds, 12 ounces. BAKER- To Mr. and Mrs. Donald Baker, Santa, Rosa, at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, July 13, 1966, a boy, 8 pounds. KNECHT-To Mr.

and Mrs. David Knecht Santa Rosa, at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, July 13, 1966, a boy, 5 pounds, 13 ounces. CORNOLO-To Mr. and Mrs. Jonn Cornolo, Santa Rosa, at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, July 14, 1966, a girl, pounds, 11 ounces.

ALLE Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Alle, Santa Rosa, at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, July' 14, 1966, a boy. 6 pounds, 10 ounces. FOUNTAIN- TO Mr.

and Mrs. Donald Fountain, Santa Rosa, at Sonoma County Community Hospital, July 14, 1966, a airl, 8 pounds, 14 ounces. MILLER--TO Mr. and Mrs. George Miller, Santa Rosa, at Sonoma County Community Hospital, July 16, 1966 a boy.

8 pounds, ounces. EMMONS-To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Emmons. Santa Rosa, at Sonoma County Community Hospital, Julv 16, 1966, girl, 8 pounds, 5 ounces.

MELLOR-To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mellor, Santa, Rosa, at Petaluma, General Hospital, July 17, 1966, pounds, ROBINSON To Mr. and Mrs. James Robinson, Santa Rosa, July 15, 1966, at Warrack Hospital, a girl, 7 pounds, ounces.

ZOLLINGER- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Zollinger, Novato, July 16, at Warrack Hospital, a girl, 7 pounds, 2 ounces. MELTON--To Mr. and Mrs.

Donaid Melton, Santa Rosa, July 16, 1966, at Warrack Hospital, a qirl, 7 pounds. 5 ounces. RYAN- -To Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ryan, Rohnert Park, July 16, 1966, at Warrack Hospital, a boy, 8 pounds, 10 ounces.

PHELPS-TO Mr. and Mrs. James Phelps Santa Rosa, July 17, 1966, at Warrack Hospital, a boy, 9 pounds, ounces. MARRIAGE LICENSES CHOATE WILLIAMSEN Clifford B. Choate, 22, Santa Rosa, and Diane Lynn Williamsen, 17, San Francisco, at Reno.

-Timothy W. Peters, 20, Alameda, and Alice M. Lowe, 20, Sebastopol, at Reno. Joe Murphy WINDSOR Joe Murphy, 88, Two Rock, died in a Windsor rest home today. Cremation at Santa Rosa Chapel of the Chimes was set for this afternoon.

Mr. Murphy, a native of, Ireland, lived in Windsor two years and in Sonoma County since 1943. He has no known survivors. Charles Schultz GUERNEVILLE Funeral services will be held Wednesday for Charles Schultz, 80, who died Saturday at a Sebastopol hospital. Mr.

Schultz, a retired truck driver, had lived in Guerneville 13 years, and was a resident of Forestville at the time of his death. Survivors include his wife Mrs. Susanna Schultz of Forestville, a brother, John Schultz of Guerneville, and four nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at Fewel's Redwood Garden Chapel in Guerneville at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday with the Rev.

George Hunter officiating. Interment will follow at Redwood Memorial Gardens. Henry Markt NAPA Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow for Henry Markt, 63, who died yesterday in Napa. Mr.

Markt lived in Sonoma Valley prior to moving to Napa in 1944. He was a member of the Native Sons of the Golden West 111. He is survived by his wife, Evelyn M. Markt; his daughters, Barbara McPherson, Lorraine Yates, and Diane Opperman, all of Napa; two brothers and three sisters. Services will be held at Treadway and Wiggers Chapel, Napa.

Entombment will follow at Tulocay Chapel. Funerals LAMB In Santa Rosa, July 14, 1966, Ruth P. Lamb, dearly beloved mother of Howard Lamb of Newark, Deleware; beloved sister of the late Henry and Harold Buck; also survived by 2 children. A native of South Dakota, age 68 years. A member of the American Legion Auxiliary of Theodore Roosevelt Post 21 and the Sonoma County Knife and Fork Club.

Friends may call at Welti Chapel of the Roses on Monday. July 18, 1966 from 6 P.M. to 9 P.M. and are then invited to attend services on Tuesday July 19, 1966 at 10 A.M. with Officers of the American Legion Auxiliary of Theodore Roosevelt Post 21 officiating.

Private inurnment, Chapel of the Chimes. If desired contributions may be made to the Sonoma County Heart Association. Attention: All members of the American Legion Auxiliary of Theodore Roosevelt Post 21 are requested to attend services. SCHULTZ- Schultz, Sebastopol, beloved July husband 16, 1966, of Mrs. Susanna Schultz of Forestville.

loving brother of John Schultz of Guerneville, and devoted uncle of Charles Schultz of Milwaukee, Harold Schultz of Oakland, and Betty Bail of Oakland, Mrs. Ervie Smith of San Francisco. A native of Latvia, age 80 vears. Friends are invited to attend funeral services Wednesday, July 20, 1966 at 10:30 A.M. from Fewel's Redwood Garden Chapel, Guerneville.

The Rev. George Hunter officiatina. Interment Redwood Memorial Gardens. DEGHI-In Healdsburg, July 16, 1966. Attilio Deghi, beloved father of Franco Deghi of Coverdale and Ines Deghi, Santa Rosa, also survived by relatives in Italy.

A native of Italy, age 65 years. Friends are invited to attend funeral services, Wednesday morning, July 20, 1966. at 9:30 o'clock at the Chapel of Fred Young and Company, Catholic Coverdale, then 10 St. Peters where a Mass will be held, commencinq at 10:00 o'clock. Entombment, Calvary Cemetery, Santa Rosa.

Recitation of the Rosary, Tuesday evening 8:00 o'clock. HAGEDORN -In Sebastopol, July 17, 1966. Harry E. Hagedorn, beloved wife of Edward. Hagedorn of Sebastopol.

Lovmother of Mrs. Marion Frierson, San Francisco and Robert Hagedorn of Fullerton. Loving daughter of Mrs. Vinnie Hampton of Sebastopol. Also survived by 4 arandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren.

A native of Caliofrnia, age. 75 vears Private funeral services were held Monday, July 18, 1956, under the auspices of the Christian Science Church at the O'Leary Funeral Home in Sebastopol. Inurnment, Chapel of the Chimes, Santa Rosa. Donations mav be made to the American Cancer Society. Petaluman Kills Himself PETALUMA A Petaluma man apparently shot himself through the right temple with a pistol and died shortly before 8 a.m.

today, the Coroner's Office said. He identified Lewis Joseph III, 31, of 801 Petaluma North. His body was removed to Sorensen's Funeral Home. He is survived by his mother, Ruby Schwartz, who lives at the same address. Attilio Deghi -Funeral services will be held at 9:30 a.m.

Wednesday for Attilio D. 65, of 220 First who died atfer a brief illness at Healdsburg Hospital Saturday. Mr. Deghi was a retired employe of the Barnes Lumber Co. in Cloverdale.

He spent his whol life in the lumber business. He was a native of Italy and lived 21 years in Sonoma County. He was the father of Franco Deghi of Cloverdale and Ines Deghi of Santa Rosa. Other relatives live in Italy. Services will be held at the Chapel of Fred Young and Co.

and will be followed at 10 a.m. by a Mass at St. Peters Catholic Church. Burial wil ble in Calvary Cemtery, Santa Rosa. The Rosary will be recited at p.m.

Tuesday at the Fred Young and Co. chapel in Cloverdale. Andrea Bordessa COTATI Funeral services are being arranged for Andrea Bordessa, 65, of 399 Sierra Cotati, who died yesterday in a Santa Rosa hospital. An autopsy cause of death. Mr.

Bordessa is survived by his wife, Eva Bordessa of Cotati, and by a daughter in Santa Rosa. The Sorensen Funeral Home in Petaluma, is in charge of arrangements. SPINAL NERVE PRESSURE CAN CAUSE MANY AILMENTS The ailments mentioned below are some which may be caused by vertebrae in the spinal column slipping out of alignment and causing pressure and irritation on nerves. Study the chiropractic chart below and you will understand why over 30 million people have benefited from chiropractic care. 1.

Slight pressure on nerves at this point may cause headaches, insomnia, pain in the neck, nervousness, dizziness emotional disorders. A slight slipping of a vertebra, cousing pressure on nerves in this part of the spine, may be the cause of throat trouble, bursitis, pain in the shoulders and arms. This arrowhead locates the part of the spine wherein pressure on nerves could cause pain between the shoul. der blades, muscular ache in the arms and shoulders, hay fever, allergies, and bronchitis. Nerve pressure at this point may cause chest pains, asthma and difficult breathing.

Stomach and liver troubles, enlargement of the spleen, may be caused by vertebrae slipping and causing nerve pressure in this part of the spine. Many gall bladder problems, and shingles, may be caused by pressure at this point. Skin diseases are sometimes the resuit of nerve pressure at the spinal openings here. Such troubles as lumbago, low back ache, sacroiliac slip, slipped disc, are relieved by chiropractic adjustment at this point. Constipation, rectal troubles, sciatica may be corrected by chiropractic adjustments at this part of the spine.

16. A slight slippage of one or both pelvie bones can produce sciatica, cramp in legs, and backache. Regardless of what your ailment is called no be matter how long you have suffered chiropractic care may the answer to your health problem. Find out NOW if yours is a case for chirepractic Call for appointment. DR.

KENNETH L. GROMALA, D.C. 320 College Avenue 542-2723 NAACP Units Critical Of War on Poverty Two branches of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People today joined the growing demand for "greater involvement of the poor" in the War on Poverty programs in Sonoma County. The executive board of the Santa Rosa Branch of the NAACP, headed by Gilbert Gray, called for utilization of "local grass-roots potential in securing personnel to supplement the heretofore ineffective efforts of the executive director, George Kurata." Mr. Kurata, in his salaried position as director, is responsible to the Sonoma County Community Action Council, which has been formed to carry out the war on poverty program in Sonoma County.

The statement, which came in the form of a resolution passed by the executive board of the Santa Rosa branch Saturday night, was the first to make direct criticism of Mr. Kurata. The resolution did not ask specifically for hiring of Roy Mitchell, chairman of the Communlity Action Council, to a salaried position in the war on poverty program. However, a statement by Algin C. Hurst, head of the Sonoma County branch of the NAACP, called for the hiring of Mr.

Mitchell "to organize the poor." He said his recommendation was personal but that he Road Opens, Accident Follows By Staff Correspondent KELSEYVILLE It didn't take long for the first accident to occur on the new section of freeway on Highway 29 west of Kelseyville. The 14-mile stretch from Kelseyville to Lakeport was opened Friday afternoon and the first accident took place Friday night. Elizabeth B. Stinson, 72, of Kelseyville, was seriously injured in the accident that occurred at 11:10 p.m. Friday.

Her car entered the freeway at Bell Hi Rild. intersection and was struck by a Lake County sheriff's car driven by Raymond Benevedes, 38, Clear lake Highlands. Mr. Benevedes was treated at Lakesied Hospital, Lakeport, and released. Unlisted Stocks Am Express Elec 83 833 Bank Amer Babco*ck bank of Calif 71 72 Liquid Gas Cal Water Ser Calif Western St 23 Citizens Util A 32 East Crocker Util Cit As.

Greatamer Ins NY 72. Cp 15 Home Kaiser Steel Kaiser Steel pf 23 Pac Far East 311 32 Pac Pacific Nat Veg Life Oil 1012 Portid Cotton Gen el Oil 2154 Raychem Corp 67 37 Rucker Co Pac Pw Sierga, Water 61. 71 Title Ins-Tr Travelers Van Wat-Ro 41 Wells Fargo Bk Livestock, Poultry, Produce Farm Markets SAN FRANCISCO (UPIFSMNS) Fruit and vegetables: Potatoes Kern USIA Russets 100 lbs 4.25-4.75; 50 lb ctns USIA 2.50-2.75; US1 6-8 and 8- 10 and 6-14 oz min 3.50. Cantaloups jumbo crts Fresno 27s 6.50-7.00; 36s Nectarines San Joaquin Vly 2 lyr lugs royal grand 6.00; 65s 5.25. Peaches San Joaq Vly 2 lyr lugs red globes, gold rush and suncrest 48s 2.75-3.00.

Plums approx 29-30 lb loose in lugs Santa Cruz Santa Rosas 3x4 sz 6.00. Lettuce, iceberg MontereySanta Cruz ctns 24s 36s Santa Clara-San Mateo 6.50-6.75. Squash all Calif. dists lugs ctns yellow crookneck. 4.00.

Tomatoes best quality 2 lyr lugs Tulare-Fresno 5x6 and Igr S.F. POULTRY SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) 4-H BOYS get into the act on FarmersDay at the Sonoma County Fair, which is always held on the Sunday of the 11-day run which starts on Wednesday. A couple of last year's competitors are shown here: Kenneth Olufs of the Wilson 4-H Club and who lives at 694 Kuck left, and Bill Parks, 1821 Lone Redwood of the Mark West 4-H Club. The 4-H boys run a little "lighter" than the Future Farmers of America, on the average, or is it that the calves just seem bigger? Marines Smash Planned Red Offensive (Continued from Page 1) major offensive by the Communists. B52s Attack U.S.

B52 bombers from Guam attacked the region for the fifth day this morning. The effect of the strikes has not been determined becase Marines have not yet moved into the area hit. Lt. Col. Jack D.

Spaulding, 41, of Fairfax, commander of the 2nd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, said the North Vietnamese may have been using the region as a training area and rest camp for as many as 4,000 troops. U.S. officials in Saigon meanwhile announced today that two U.S. Air Force jets were lost Sunday in raids over North Viet Nam. All three airmen, aboard an F105 Thun- derchief and two in an F4C Phantom were rescued.

Capt. Tazwell T. Shepard Jr. of Mobile, former naval aide to the late President John F. Kennedy, watched the Phantom hit the water from the bridge of the amphibious assault ship USS Princeton.

Shepard, skipper of the vessel, dispatched two Marine rescue helicopters to pick up the downed airman. Air Force Capt. Robert P. Bones, 28, of Ontario, and Capt. Bernard J.

Brocke, 29, of Akron, Ohio, led the first flight of Phantoms to strike the oil depot. The second wave was led by 1st Lt. Kenneth F. Keller, 28, of Oklahoma City, and 1st Lt. Donald E.

Griffin, 24, of Guthrie, Okla. A third flight was commanded by Capt. Rolfe E. Nymo, 31, of Strum, Wis. Man Accused of Firing Gun at Horse Rider A 42-year-old Petaluma maned was arrested yesterday for allegedly shooting at a man riding a horse on Petaluma blvd.

Petaluma. Sheriff's deputies said the shot missed, but the bullet splatter- Ellsworth Carroll PETALUMA Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. tor morrow for Ellsworth W. Carroll, 79, of 4545 Petaluma vlvd. North, who was pronounced dea on arrival at a Petaluma hospital Friday.

Mr. Carroll was a member of the Machinists Union in Oakland and of the Petaluma Dalmation and Folk Dancing Club. Surviving are his wife, Hazel Carroll, Petaluma; sons John Carroll of Portland, and Charles Carroll of Mt. Shasta; daughters Mrs. Juanita Miller of Gras Valley and Mrs.

Mary M. Rabe of San Diego; stepdaughter Mrs. Paula Pacciorini of Petaluma; 12 grandchildren and many gregrandchildren. Services will be at the chapel of the Sorensen Funeral Home with private inurnment at Cypress Hill Memorial Park. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier and Motor Delivery Advance payment payable on minimum of 3 months in advance No mail subscriptions or renewals accepted for less than 3 months.

One Month 2.00 Three Months 6.00 Six Months $12.00 One Year $24.00 Mail Subscription Rates in Northern California Three Months 6.00 Six Months $12.00 One Year $24.00 Elsewhere in the United States Three Months 6.75 One Year $27.00 RENT PATIENT AIDS Wheel Chairs Hospital Beds Walkers Accessories Open 7 Days Phone 546-5027 United Rent-Alls The Nation 3 Neighber RENT MOST ANY MINCED 570 S--it P- WALL STREET Some Ups and Downs On Stock Trading would ask the Sonoma County Branch to take official action at its next regular meeting. Both statements tended to indicate the feeling that the war on poverty was not progressing favorably in Sonoma County. Mr. Hurst said that with the exception of the Head Start program for pre-school children, the program "had been bogged The Statement The Santa Rosa Branch statement said that representation of the poor is essential to any poverty program in the county. It charged that the CAC "has only token representation of the poor and has made no concerted effort to involve the poor." The statement demanded that the Council "purge itself of, and turn a deaf ear to those who would distort and destroy the aims of the Council and the war on poverty." The resolution did not mention any names, and Mr.

Gray declined to expand on the statement this morning. The matter of involvement of the poor. and suggested hiring of Mr. Mitchell came to light in the past two weeks with the circulation of a petition asking his hiring as an "organizer of the poor." The petition was supported by a letter to the CAC from the Citizens Committee for Jobs, Education and Training which was read at the council meeting last Thursday. Marijuana Raid At Guerneville Sheriff's deputies and a narcotics agent raided a ranch house 8near Guerneville last night, seized 80 marijuana plants and arrested nine persons.

All were booked in the county jail for investigation of possession of marijuana and trespassing, but no formal complaints had been issued this morning. Sheriff's Sgt. Joseph McReynolds, who led the raid, said it was the result of a month's investigation into circ*mstances at the farm house, which was sup- posed to be vacant. The house is located on Sweet Water Springs rd. Seven sheriff's deputies and a state narcotics agent conducted the raid about 9:45 p.m.

Officer said they found two patches, containing 80 marijuana pants, about 90 feet from the house. A quantity of narcotics also was found in the house. Booked in the county jail were: Donadl B. Rudolph, 19, Petaluma; Gregory D. Smith, 19, Cloverdale; Duane W.

Dolan, 20, of 2055 Montgomery A 1-lan E. Krshul, 21, Rohnert Park; Kenneth D. King, 19, Crestwood court; Carol N. Stok(ley, 18, Petaluma; Gary N. Benedict, 24, Chatham, N.J.; Linda Sharon Pfost, 25, Newlark; David Tweedy, 25, Seattle, Wash.

The arrests were the third, involving marijuana, in the Guerneville area within a month. Man Killed In Lake Accident By Staff Correspondent CLEARLAKE OAKS One man was killed and another injured in a two-car accident on Highway 20 last Thursday night, it was revealed this morning by the California Highway Patrol at Lakeport. A spokesman for the Highway Patrol said information on the accident was withheld pending notification of the next of kin of James K. Ward, 45, Medford, Ore. Mr.

Ward was a passenger in a car driven by Frank M. Barnhill, 42, Eureka. The CHP said Mr. Barnhill's car collided with a parked auto on the side of the road on Highway 20, two miles west of Clearlake Oaks. The parked car was the property of Clayborn Butler, 35, Pacifica.

Mr. Butler's three-yearold son was treated by a local doctor. The CHP is still investigating the case. The body of Mr. Ward was taken to Jones Mortuary in Lakeport.

An autopsy will be performed, according to the Lake County Sheriff's Office. FELT weather stripping glued to the bottoms of rocking chairs will eliminate noise and marred floors. NEW YORK (UPI) Prices turned mixed on the Stock Exchange today. The United Press International stock market indicator showed a gain of 0.07 per cent with 1,050 issues traded. The continuation of the strike against five domestic airlines had a dampening effect on the group.

KLM fell and National and Northwest gave up 1 apiece. Aircrafts tacked on fractions for the most part. Texas Instruments led electronics loer, falling 3, and Fairchild Camera tumbled IBM bucked the trend, adding Color television manufacturers lost ground. Steels moved irregularly lower with Lukens declining and Jones Laughlin a point. Autos were locked in a narrow range.

Chemicals showed improvement. Rubbers eased. Joseph Kennedy Has Heart Seizures $18,000 Windsor House Fire By Staff Correspondent WINDSOR A fire which broke out shortly after 1 a.m. yesterday destroyed a home on the Dixon property at 8210 Starr road. Officials estimated the damage at $18,000.

The fire, which was apparently started by wiring, had engulfed the building when Division of Forestry trucks arrived at the scene. Three Forestry units from Santa Rosa, one from Healdsburg, and the Windsor Volunteer Fire Department battled the blaze. The last crew left the scene at 5:30 a.m. Forestry trucks also rolled out at 12:28 p.m. when a grass fire burned across 1.5 acres on Petray lane in Geyserville.

The Geyserville Volunteers aided the three Forestry units and bulldozer in bringing the fire under control. Five Forestry trucks, a bulldozer and an air tanker were used to combat a stubborn blaze which burned through a half acre of slash shortly after p.m. in the Annapolis area. A Black Mountain Conservation Crew was also on the fire line. Officials said the blaze was apparently started by a deer hunter.

Firefighters worked for some seven hours to extinguish the flames. Forestry trucks also responded to six other small fires yesterday. S. F. PRODUCE Dairy prices to retailers: Eggs: Consumer cartons, prices per dozen: FSMNS: Extra large A 42-49; large AA 39-46; large A 37-44; medium AA 33-40; small AA 24-31.

Nulaid Farmers: Large AA 46; medium A 40; small A 31. Butter: FSMNS: AA and A 1 lb print lb print Cheese: FSMNS: Singles daisies 53-60; processed America 5 lb loaf cheddar 40 lb block 74- HYANNISPORT, Mass. (UPI) -Joseph' P. Kennedy, 78, father of the late President, suffered three heart seizures Sunday but was sufficiently improved today to eat at the breakfast table. Kennedy was unconscious for about 20 minutes after one attack between 4:45 p.m.

and 5 p.m., it was learned. He was stricken with two milder seizures earlier in the day. A source close to the family said Kennedy spent a fairly comfortable night. A Boston heart specialist, Dr. Russell S.

Boles spent the night with Kennedy, a 78-yearold multi-millionaire who once served as U.S. ambassador to Great Britain. An oxygen supply was kept at Kennedy's bedside. Kennedy, an invalid since he suffered a stroke in 1961, was stricken about 5 p.m., Sunday while watching a televised baseball game. Dr.

I Robert D. Watt, the Kennedy family physician, and the Rev. William Thomson, the family priest, were summoned to the Kennedy residence. Dr. Boles, who has treated Kennedy in the past, was flown to: the compound.

A source close to the family said Kennedy's condition (improved significantly shortly after the attack. Present in the house when the elder Kennedy was stricken were his sons, Sens. Robert F. Kennedy, and Edward M. Kennedy, as well as his daughter, Mrs.

Sargent Shriver. The former ambassador suffered a similar seizure a month ago, passing out in his swimming pool. No heart beat was detectable when he was pulled from the pool, but he recovered rapidly. Guerneville Inn Being Picketed By Staff Correspondent ling the off-season, the number the kitchen window of a nearby house. Booked in the county jail on charge of assault with a deadly weapon was Claudis Raulston, 42, of 4053 Petaluma blvd.

Petaluma. Deputy Sheriff Clarence Gloege said Mr. Ralston is accused of firing a rifle at Eddie Phitts, 170 Rainsville who was riding a horse on the dividing strip. The deputy said Mr. Raulston allegedly fired at Mr.

Phitts then attempted to run him down with his car about 5:20 p.m. The incident was witnessed by at least five pero The bullet crashed through the kitchen window of Mr. and Mrs. Waldemar B. King's houe, 4405 Petaluma vlvd.

no. No one was injured. Mr. Raulston told officers Mr. Phitt made an insulting remark at him as he passed by his house on the horse.

Shed Damaged By Blaze A fire which was apparently started by the sun shining on a glass jar of paint thinner damaged a small wood storage shed yesterday on the Richard Schulz property at 2513 Magowan dr. Firemen said the blaze was confined to the back of the shed and some fencing. No estimate was made. Two trucks from the Santa Rosa Fire Department answered the 5:32 p.m. alarm.

The Vellevue Fire Department responded to two small grass fires yesterday one which broke out at 4:25 p.m. at Santa Barbara ave. and Petaluma Hill and the other at 6:40 p.m. at 1483 Css rd. No damage resulted from either blaze.

ADVERTIsem*nT FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarrass Many wearers of false teeth suffer embarrassment because their plates drop, slip or wobble at just the wrong time. Don't live in fear of this happening to you. Just sprinkle little FASTEETH, the non-acid powder, on your plates. Holds false teeth more firmly so they feel more comfortable. Checks denture breath.

Dentures that fit are essential to health. See your dentist regularly. Get FASTEETH at all drug counters. -Picket lines have been set up at the Guerneville Inn in Guerneville by the Bartenders and Culinary Workers Local 770. Loretta Riley, secretary-treasurer of the local, said this morning the lines have been set up because of the failure of the Inn's proprietor, Andy Fava, to sign an industry contract.

Mr. Fava said this morning that "I could not afford" to sign a union contract. He said that his business is seasonal and that most of his employes do not want to join the union. The picketing started last week. Mr.

Fava conceded that it has hurt business. He said other operators of restaurants said this weekend was the best in the area, "but I got hurt this weekend." Mrs. Riley said an organizing campaign has been going on in the Russian River area and that 11 new contracts have been signed in recent weeks. She said that in addition to the Guerneville Inn, three other establishments have not signed contracts-Hexagon House, Rio Nido Restaurant and Buck's Ranch. She said some of the contracts were renewals and others were new.

The contract the union is seeking would cover bartenders, cooks and waitresses at the Inn. Several meetings have been held between union representatives and Mr. Fava but without results. Mr. Fava said that during the summer months he has a staff of about 10 employes but dur- Systems On Launch (Continued from Page 1) delay of more than 28 minutes in getting the Atlas-Agena off will automatically bring a twoday postponement in the double launch.

With the Agena in orbit, the Titan 2 rocket carrying Gemini 10 will have to get away in 35 seconds of its scheduled blastoff time -or also face a two-day delay. The astronauts were fit and ready as could be and the two space machines were pronounced 1 "go." The weather, threat earlier, appeared at least acceptable. Officials said there was a one-in-four chanec of interference with the tight double launch by late afternoon thunderstorms. Young and Collins were tackling one of the busiest three day space missions yet devised and one that could send them to a manned altitude record of 467 miles. On their actionpacked schedule are the rendezvous with the two Agena satellites, two periods of working outside the spacecraft for Collins and the manning of 14 experiments.

drops off and the hours worked by each employe are often less. The picketing has been done mainly in the evening with about five to seven pickets on the line. Mrs. Riley said the Inn is the only establishment being picketed at this time. Tight Security On Speck S.F.

LIVESTOCK FEDERAL-STATE MARKET NEWS SERVICE Feedlot and Range Sales For Week Ending July 15 SAN FRANCISCO (Arizona-CaliforniaIdaho-Nevada-Utah) Trade on slaughter cattle was fairly active and prices stronge rearly in the but with both live and dressed prices under pressure in the mid-west after Wednesday, the close was slow. Irnquiy was generally, qood throughout buyers were cautious. All lots are still current in the marketing of finished cattle but some areas report an increasing supply. Compared to a week earlier, slaughter steady steers and heifers were largely to 25c lower except the Los Angeles area steady to 50c higher. Feeder cattle sold steady to slightly stronger while spring slaughter lambs were steady to 25c NOTE: lower.

All sales for delivery within 10 days heifers unless net specified. weight Slaughter, and feedlots after 4-5 per cent shrink; feeder slaughter cows 3 per cent shrink; none 4 per cent shrink. Dressed basis per cent shrink from hot weight. CONFIRMED: THIS WEEK: Slaughter steers slaughter heifers 3300; slaughter cows 550; slaughter calves 150; feeder cattle sheep and lambs 10,700. LAST WEEK: 19-500-2475--240-0-5800 -9800.

LAST YEAR: SLAUGHTER STEERS: CALIFORNIA: Choice and Prime 150-1075 lbs. 26.40- 26.50; mostly Choice 925-1225 lbs. 25.00- 26.25; high-Good to mostly Choice 1100- 1275 Ibs. 25.00-25.25; mixed Good Choice 850-1200 lbs. 24.25-25.25; Good 675.

1075 Ibs. 23.75-24.25; Standard 975-1100 lbs. 22.00-23.00. DRESSED BASIS: (Live weight): Mostly Choice 900-1050 lbs. 41.

42.50; steers 950-1050 lbs. Choice 42.00 and 1000-1050 Good 41.00; 41.5; mixed Standard Good and and Choice lbs. 1000-1100 lbs. 39.00. SLAUGHTER HEIFERS: CALIFORNIA: Mostly Choice 750-925 bs.

23.65-24.50. DRESSED BASIS: (Live weight): Good and Choice 800-1025 lbs. 39.00-c0.00, Standard and Good 1350 lbs. 38.50. SLAUGHTER COWS: CALIFORNIA: Utility and few Commercial 1100-1200 lbs.

16.50-17.50; 16.00-16.75; Cutter and Utility Cutter 1000- 1100 Ibs. Canner 10.00-14.00. FEEDER CATTLE: CALIFORNIA: Good and Choice 550-750 lbs. steers 23.25- 24.50; 500 Good 550-600 lbs. 23.50; 120 mostly, 23.50; Choice 125 720 Standard lbs.

steers and few started Good on 800-850 Ibs. Holstein steers 20.00-20.50. 780 mostly Choice 550-640 lbs. heifers 21.50. 3900 25.50-27.50, Choice delivery 325-485 Ibs.

mid-Ava. steer 630 Choice 500 500-550 lbs. steer Choice calves 25.00- 26.00; Good and 450 lbs. steer calves 24.75. 2900 Choice 325-425 lbs.

heifer cavies 22.00-23.50, livery mid-Aug. to Choice 22.00- 23.50, delivery mid-Aug. to Choice 425-510 lbs. calves, steers 25.50| 26.00, heifers 22.00-23.00. SHEEP AND LAMBS: CALIFORNIA: 7350 Choice and Prime 100-109 lbs.

spring siaughteer lambs with No. 1-2 pelts 22.00-23.25; 725 Cull and Utility slaughter ewes delivered. with No. 1-3 pelts 4.00-5.00, bulk IDAHO: 1450 Cholce and Prime 108 Ibs. spring slaughter lambs 23.25; 1200 Choice and slavohler and Choice and Fancy spring feeder Jambs (Continued from Page 1) to be buried.

One of the slain student nurses was buried Saturday. The bodies of two more were being returned to their native Philippines. The girls were strangled and knifed to death one by one by a lone intruder who entered their apartment near south Chicago community hospital late last Wednesday night. Miss Amurao survived by cringing under a bed while her friends were; led to slaughter. The manhunt for Speck -and even his capture were marked by irony.

Police officers staked out at a maritime union hiring hall a block from the murdered girls' townhouse apartment, talked to Speck on the telephone only hours after the murders were discovered. They tried to lure him to the hall with "the promise of a berth on a ship to New Orleans, but he smelled danger. Through the weekend, Speck ran the haunted race through Skid Row bars and bad hotels, once slipping away from a police stakeout by By another quirk of fate, one of the attending nurses during the operation to close Speck's wounds at Cook County was a Filippino, a friend, and former schoolmate of Corazon Amurao. She helped save his life. It was the end of the trail of the drifter who was born in Monmouth, moved: to Dallas with his widowed mother when he was six, got married, fathered a child, and afterwards did little that was creditable.

He followed the lure of the seas, and left a wake: of violence. Police want to quesation him about murders and assaults in in Dallas, and in Sydney, Australia. And for Chicago police, Speck's capture left a bitter emptiness. Homicide Cmdr. Francis Flanagan, red-eyed from lack of sleep, was asked what.

his thoughts were when Speck was found. "I thought about why anybody bothered to call the police when he was bleeding in; his room," Flanagan said. "Then, I don't know, I knew I couldn't think like that SO I just looked at him and I got very tired. Very tired.".

The Press Democrat from Santa Rosa, California (2024)


How do I find out if someone died in Sonoma County? ›

Birth and death certificates for all years, including current years, are available from the Sonoma County Clerk's Office: (707) 565-2645. The Office of Vital Statistics provides the following services: Registers Sonoma County births and deaths.

Where is The Press Democrat headquarters? ›

The Press Democrat main offices are located at 416 B Street in Santa Rosa.

How do I submit an obituary to The Press Democrat? ›

Need help publishing an obituary in Press Democrat Life Tributes? Obituaries can also be telephoned to our support team at +1 (844) 541-5695 or sent by email to SMIObits@​

Who owns Press Democrat? ›

Less than a year later, in November 2012, Halifax resold its California papers to a local ownership group, Sonoma Media Investments, LLC, which included former congressman Douglas H. Bosco, Jean Schulz, the widow of Peanuts comic strip creator Charles M.

How do I look up a death in California? ›

Choose your county or city (“Los Angeles” for L.A. county; “Los Angeles, Los Angeles” for the city of L.A.). Scroll to the bottom of this big list of birth and death certificates to find the INDEX for your time frame and open it. Find your person alphabetically, and then note his/her index number.

Who is the new CEO of the press Democrat? ›

Chris Fusco, an award-winning journalist who has led newsrooms in two of the nation's largest cities, has been named executive editor of The Press Democrat.

What is the circulation of the press democrat? ›

The Press Democrat
TypeDaily newspaper
Circulation22,000 Daily 29,000 Sunday
Sister newspapersSonoma Index-Tribune, Argus-Courier
6 more rows

When did the press Democrat start? ›

Does everyone publish an obituary? ›

No, obituaries are not legally required, but many choose to include them in their End-of-Life Plan as a part of their estate plan.

What is the difference between an obituary and a death notice? ›

The obituary is a longer, more detailed look at the life of the deceased and the death notice is merely a compilation of relevant facts. The obituary also includes those essential details but it expands on them to provide a more complete look at the deceased's life experiences.

Do you have to put a death notice in local paper? ›

You are under no legal obligation to take out a death notice or obituary.

Is freedom of the press democratic? ›

A free and independent press has been theorized to be a key mechanism of a functioning, healthy democracy. In the absence of censorship, journalism exists as a watchdog of private and government action, providing information to maintain an informed citizenry of voters.

Who is the parent company of the Associated Press? ›

The AP is a non-profit cooperative owned by the newspapers, radio and Television stations who share its news stories. Most articles are written by staff members belonging to the Newspaper Guild Union, a part of the AFL-CIO.

Is the press not owned by the government in the United States? ›

Freedom of the press in the United States is legally protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution.

How do you trace if a person has died? ›

Wondering how to find out if someone has died?
  1. Online.
  2. Social Media.
  3. Word of Mouth.
  4. The Newspaper or Local News.
  5. Archive Facilities.
  6. Government Records.

How can you find out when someone dies? ›

7 ways to find out if someone has died recently
  1. Confirm with a mutual acquaintance. ...
  2. Check social media. ...
  3. Search for an online obituary. ...
  4. Online death indexes. ...
  5. Check with their house of worship. ...
  6. Local courthouse. ...
  7. Digital archives.

How do I find an obituary for a specific person in California? ›

How to Find a Current California Obituary
  1. Step 1: Begin your obituary search by entering the person's name, the “obituary,” and “California” into your favorite search engine. ...
  2. Step 2: Search social media. ...
  3. Step 3: Search local funeral homes and newspapers.
Nov 13, 2023

How do I find the exact date of death for a person? ›

Funeral home records vary in format and content, but they can all be valuable for determining someone's death date. Check genealogical and historical societies; state, county, and local libraries; and municipal archives for possible holdings.

Top Articles
Latest Posts
Article information

Author: Merrill Bechtelar CPA

Last Updated:

Views: 6350

Rating: 5 / 5 (50 voted)

Reviews: 89% of readers found this page helpful

Author information

Name: Merrill Bechtelar CPA

Birthday: 1996-05-19

Address: Apt. 114 873 White Lodge, Libbyfurt, CA 93006

Phone: +5983010455207

Job: Legacy Representative

Hobby: Blacksmithing, Urban exploration, Sudoku, Slacklining, Creative writing, Community, Letterboxing

Introduction: My name is Merrill Bechtelar CPA, I am a clean, agreeable, glorious, magnificent, witty, enchanting, comfortable person who loves writing and wants to share my knowledge and understanding with you.