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Eureka Times Standard (Newspaper) - October 31, 1976, Eureka, California (Ton!inurd F rom F’age |, supervisor of the Oil and Gas Division of the California fApartment of Conservation in Woodland, said Thursday his office has no complete record of Standard's lease holdings in this area But Sullivan said he had recently seen a company map of Standards holdings in Humboldt County ‘They have lots of acreage under lease in the area close to Kureka," he said He could not specify precisely where. -Oil, gas drilling rights Sunday, October 31,1976 The Time* Standard, Eureka. California’' NAflO NAI WI MHM illvici fOMCAST la 7IMIST IO. 3000 but recalled Standard leases In the Alton area Other companies also have holdings in Humboldt County. he added But he said there’s been little interest in oil and gas exploration in Humboldt County since the area lacks a good sedimentary rock base Oil and gas exploration is not new in Humboldt County, according to Andrew Genzoii. The Times Standard reporter and Humboldt County historian, but has gone on since IHM Leases in past years have been acquired for exploration at Grizzly Bluff, at Table Bluff, at Alton, and on the Eel River bar. he said There’s been an operating gas field on Tompkins Hill, he continued — but in now of these cases has there ever been enough gas or oil produced to make drilling and pumping com mercially profitable at large scale What seems interesting in the case of the proposed leasing of the Rohncrville Tuesday judgment nears iContinued From Page I» against former Indianapolis Mayor Richard G. Lugar; Republican J (Benn Beati of Maryland, trailing Rep paul Narbanes, and Conservative Republican James Buckley of New York, the underdog against former U N Am bassador Daniel P Moynihan In IIM* House. Democrats dominate by a 2 I margin. 290 seats to 145 Even they expect the Republicans to regain to or 12 of the 43 seats the GOF’ lost in the 1074 congressional elections, just after tin* Watergate scandals Republicans talk of gaining 20 seals or more But either way. both sides foresee a comfortable Democratic majority in the 95th Congress Fourteen states are electing governors this year, and in at least three of Ihem. the* statehouse contests could prove a boon to F’ord against Carter Republican    Govs. Christopher S Bond of Missouri and Otis L Bowen of Indiana are favored to win landslides that could help the top of the OOI* ticket In Illinois, former U S Attorney James R Thompson is tin* runaway leader over Democrat    Michael    J ll ow left, and there, too, the coattails    could aid    (Im* President There is another hard-tomeasure    factor in    the presidential race, name of F’.ugcnc J McCarthy He is entered as an independent candidate in 29 states, and in contests like those of Illinois. Wisconsin and California, la* could pull away enough liberal Democratic votes to turn the outcome in F’ord’s favor if the count is close In addition, former Georgia (>ov Lester Maddox is on the ballots of 20 states as the American Independent I’arty candidate But the pull of party, magnified by the absence of a « «.iinK-11 inn reason lo delis I should he an asset to Carter I’arty loyalties have waned, but the Democrats still are stronger, particularly in the big. industrial states that count most in the electoral college The Democrats and organized labor have staged an intensive drive to sign up new voters. By most calculations, the bigger the turnout of voters, the better for Carter. Four years ago. about SS per cent of the potential electorate cast presidential ballots This time. the per centage showing could well be lower, perhaps below half The trend is downward Turnout in the last five presidential elections has averaged 62 per cent There are about 150 million Americans of voting age. and alxnjt two-thirds of them are registered to cast ballots Now comes their choice, after an extraordinary campaign It is the first campaign ever to be* financed with public funds. $21 H million in checkedoff tax dollars for each candidate F’ord is a unique incumbent, come to office through ap point ment as vice president to Richard M Nixon, resigned Aug 9. 1974 The early pollsters’ odds led Ford to a move that has become customary for the underdog:    he challenged Carter to debate It hadn t b**en done in a presidential campaign in 16 years, and no incumbent ever had agreed to debate So they debated, or. more accurately, appeared jointly to respond to questions put by panels of reporters In three 90minute sessions, at in tervals of about two weeks. Ford and Carter dropped everything for the nationally televised encounters. In prospect. they had loomed as the decisive arenas of tin* campaign Both Dole and Mondale roamed the nation from l^ibor Day to election day Harris said his surveys showed that Mondair was an asset worth two or three percentage points to the llemocratic ticket W hat Ford and (’arter could not do in their televised debates, they could not do in person neither candidate found the issue or the image to turn the trend decisively in his direction Every time it seemed about to happen, something intervened Usually something they’d said Carter was riding high when, in declining to disclose details of his promised tax reform, he left an opening which Republicans seized upon to claim that he would increase taxes for half the population Then he turned up in F’layboy magazine, with interview comments about lust and adultery. F’ord seemed to be gaining headway when Earl Butz had to quit the Cabinet for slurring blacks, and when F’ord had to explain away his own misstatement on F^astern Europe So the campaign charts were zigzag, up one week, down the next But even with his periodic setbacks. F’ord was closing the summer s wide gap in the polls, saying as he embarked on his final and most intensive campaign journey    that he    was    in position    ‘’to pull    off    the political    surprise    of    the century and come back    and win ” His problem was com pounded by an economic downturn in midcampaign F’ord called it a pause in a solid recovery from the recession Carter said it was evidence that the Republican administration has made a mess of the economy. In foreign policy, F’ord claimed exf>erience, pointed to peace, promised a strong America Carter said the administration has forsaken morality in foreign policy, asserted that Ford had let Secretary of State Henry A Kissinger become de facto president for foreign affairs He said he would never permit subversion of a foreign government, or use U S troops unless American security was directly threatened At the same time. he criticized detente with the Soviet Union as too onesided • Airport property, however, is that Standard OII obtained a lease for subsurface exploration there in 1971, but surrendered that lease in November of 1973, Anders indicated The following month, the Organization of Petroleum F’,xporting Countries announced tremendous increases in the price of oil That set off a series of changes in the United States which resulted in higher prices for domes! ically-produced oil and gas and vigorous new efforts to find new sources in the U S Asked if those changes had caused the company to reassess its previous search for oil and gas in Humboldt County, Anders responded, ‘‘Sure the prospects have been enhanced by the price of oil and gas being made more attractive “But I’m not certain it would be most important,’’ he said. ‘No comment’ Anders also said he would have “no comment on the geological    evidence regarding possibilities for st riking oil or gas here Another Standard Oil official. however, told The Times Standard that company geologists “thought (the area > looked favorable from the standpoint of exploration, probably for gas " The company made an initial proposal to the Humboldt County board of supervisors to lease sub surface rights at the Rohnervtlle Airport. Anders said Standard Oil then requested a negative declaration of environmental impact on the exploration No drilling, if it were un dertaken at the site, could occur directly on airport grounds. Anders said, but would have to be done from a location adjacent to the airport The supervisors acted unanimously Tuesday to open the airport property to sealed bids for sub surface oil and gas exploration Up to 99 years The lease resolution indicates the lease will run for five years and many run up to 99 years, if oil or gas production from the area is sufficient to warrant According to the resolution, rental for the lease would be a minimum of $3 per net mineral acre beginning with the second year of the least* term if drilling operations aren't begun sooner The rental would be subject to suspension in accordance with the provisions of the least* The county would also receive a royalty of 12*3 per cent as set forth in the lease Sealed bids w ill be received and considered by the board 2p rn on Nov 23 Peso decline brings hardships K t t CIUDAD JLARF;Z, Mexico »re so acute that F’resident Wednesday    0 ‘bounties’ (API — Two peso devaluations in the midst of Mexico's worst monetary crisis in decades have brought dt*ep hardship to an estimated l« million Americans and Mexicans who live and trade on both sides of the border Official figures show retail sales from Brownsville and Matamorros to (’hula Vista and Tijuana have dropped 5 to 20 per cent, defending tin the area Merchants in dozens of border communities in Mexico and the United States either went broke or are about to told FInrique Moreno Alvarz. general manager of the Ciudad Juarez Chamber of Commerce.    predicts unemployment here will rise another 25 30 per cent if remedies are not lound f’resently one of every five of this city’s 100.000-member labor force is out of work Since Aug 31. President Ians Faheverria's ad ministration has been forced to devalue the peso IOO per cent from 12 50 to 25 to ll in an attempt to halt the High' ol capital About IIM* only thing the devaluations did was to break a huge smuggling industry from th** United States to Mexico, estimated by Mexican banking sources at SI billion to $3 million annually The negative effects all along the 1.966 mile border UmtrrMi Inn MONDAY, NOVEMBER I Rotary Club Luncheon 12 OO Noon The Inn Coffee Shop for Breakfast or Lunch - a complete menu, plus a special every day iEuiekg, flllllmofctl bs f I Mf*ss F'ord last week promised federal assistance to :I6 counties on th** US side Ford told reporters on th** campaign trail in San Diego. Calif., last Monday that he is moving to designate the counties    in    California. Arizona, New Mexico and Texas as the “Southwest Border F’.cononuc Region ’ — a move    that    merchants catering to the Mexican trad** have been demanding for weeks, F’or many years. Mexicans shopped American because the goods were cheaper and MIM The devaluations suddenly reversed that, making American    goods    twice as expensive for the peso-earning Mexican and many Mexican goods tw ice as cheap tor American visitors with dollars to spend But Mexican community leaders claim the influx of American shoppers is not enough to offset the depression    brought by the devaluations Aug 31 and last i*dnesday They say many Mexican merchants with dollar debts and Mexican currency income are going broke, and point out that since goods are cheap in dollar terms they do not bring in enough dollars to compensate A typical example of how the devaluation hit people is FB Paso, a city of nearly half a million with an economy closely tied to Ciudad Juarez About a million Mexicans used to do a fifth of their shopping in El Paso, mostly for furniture, home ap pliances. TV and radio sets, automobiles, clothing, toys. milk and groceries Much of it was done through dollar installment plans “Now we don't go anymore." said Rosalia Hernandez, a Ciudad Juarez divorcee “Ifs twice as ex pensive even though Mexican goods have also gone up in price but not as much My teen age son and I used to go on weekends and have dinner and see a movie too " Police, fire reports EUREKA POLICE — Burglary, of $54 in eluding special series coins from th** Yoshio Muraki residence on 12th Street, forced entrance made through side door — Burglary, of $10 from Sambos Restaurant. 250 Broadway; money taken through trickery; a suspect ordered a cup of coffee and exchanged a series of bills confusing cashier HUMBOLDT SHERIFF — Special service, at Simpson Timber Co F’riday evening — Burglary, of an un determined amount reported by Idona Reynolds in Red crest, forced entry made through rear window H1GWAY PATROL — Injury accident, reported at 6: IO p rn. Friday along Myrtle Avenue west of Pidgeon Point Road. Herman Herrington, 21, F’ureka. driver of a motorcycle, and his passenger June Williams. 17. F^ureka, suffered major injuries when the motorcycle westbound overran a right hand curb and side sw iped a vehicle driven by Sharon Box, 25. McKinleyville — Injury accident, reported at 9:40 p m. F’riday along Murray Road and the High way 101 overpass in McKinleyville. Mark Lengal, 15, McKinleyville, suffered major injuries, and his passenger Dena Nolan. 15, McKinleyville    suffered critical injuries. when la*ngai's attention was reportedly diverted and his vehicle ran into the end of th** Highway 101 overcrossing abutment; Nolan was listed in stable condition Saturday in Mad River Community Hospital — Injury accident, reported at 7:20 a m Saturday long Highway 199 south of Gasquet Flat. Leona Holmes. 67. Arcata, a passenger in a vehicle driven by her husband Clay, 71, suffered moderate injuries when her husband reportedly fell asleep while driving, ran off the road and struck a tree stump, con tinned 20 feet and hit another stump and traveled another It feet into a ditch, finally striking a tree — Injury accident reported at 10:20 a rn Saturday along Lake F^arl Drive, north of Bipond Drive. Michael Matthews, 26. Crescent City, suffered major injuries when Samuel Ingram. 21. Fort Dix. reportedly attempted to pass Matthews. driving a motorized bicycle, when he made a left turn into the path of the Ingram vehicle OTHER AGENCIES — Had nothing to report are target Associated Press Writer Running neck and neck with just days to go. Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter campaigned hard Saturday in stales with the fat electoral bounties that make presidents. F’ord said he ll win. Carter's people said they saw promise in their own vote projections "I had not been confirmed by your ballots, but since have been supported by your prayers." said F’ord. who preceded Carter into Texas by hours “I ask you on Tuesday. Nov 2. not only to support me with your prayers but to support me with your ballots." He saw encouragement in the crowd of 6.(MN) that heard him in Houston “W ith a rally like this in Texas." F’ord said. “I feel we're going to win and win overwhelmingly on Tuesday." Carter, cognizant of the delicately balanced polls. made no such claim But his press secretary. Jody Powell, said Carter's own vote project ions are “E'certamly encouraging " Powell said if Carter wins the southern and border states, as well as th** traditional Democratic states, he would need to carry only three of nine states that are rated tossups Among those are New York. Pennsylvania and Ohio — all late targets of both campaigns Stopping over in New Orleans on his way to Texas. Carter was greeted by 12,(MIDIS.(NX) people who jammed the narrow streets of the F’rench Quarter He rode in an open-top convertible for five blocks, then walked another two to the accompaniment of Dejan's Olympic Brass Band. Spencer campaign UH w»»IM*»»OHX*VI North Coast forecast WEATHER - KUT ck ii and virimtv Mostly clouds with periods ot rain likely today Varishle cloudiness tonight .md Monday with slight rh,inn- ot lew show ers Night and morning low coastal Ion and cloudiness Chanco ot measurable rain id per cont today and .MI (tor cont tonight Highs near Mi with lows at night in the HK Variable winds approaching lh ni p h al times COASTAL WATERS - IM st George Sil’t Arena Southwesterly winds lo it! knots today becoming northwesterly :> 15 knots ton'Ll Secs It. lee' Nor thweslerly swells I ti lee! Mostly cloudy with occasional rain today and tonight i -ti * lh RAINFALL’* hours SF. ASON to date I-AST VEAR to dale NORMAL lo dale HIGH Saturday LOW overnight SUNRISE SUNSET HUM BOI .IIT BAY TIDES October 1*7* • Pacific Standard Time i Et A M rt P M Et A M Ft P M Et ii ti ti 5 7 7 ll VO ll 17 OH ti JU .'.I November 1*7* I 7 21 a I 7 -Mi IM 0 ll I A I U I 9 ll The weather elsewhere By The Associated Press Juneau 46 40 54 rn Saturday Kansas City 47 Ut 37 clr HI LO PRC DTLK Las Vegas 72 45 clr Albany 54 29 rn Lit I Ie Hock 46 41 hi cdy Albuque 63 26 cdy Los Angeles 76 53 cir Amarillo CS 31 clr Louisville 52 42 I 23 rdv Anchorage £1 07 sn Marquette 49 Vt M Asheville .51 35 41 cdy Memphis 54 46 79 rdv Atlanta 56 41 26 rdv Miami NI 73 cir Birmingham 67 52 54 cdy Milwaukee 45 42 2.3 cdy Bismarck 54 IO clr Mpis SI I* 59 19 clr Boist* ta 32 cdy New Orleans HK tin 2 67 clr Bosl tm 57 41 rn New York 56 43 rn Brownsville 76 5.1 clr (Ikla City 54 40 19 clr Buffalo 52 40 rn Omaha 56 42 IM clr Charleston 47 ll 47 rn Orlando RI 56 cdy < 'harlolle se 16 cdy Phtlad phta 58 33 rn Chicago 47 42 14 cdy Phoenix 79 52 clr Cincinnati 46 36 77 cdy Pittsburgh 47 31 rn Cleveland 49 37 rdv P l land Me 50 26 cdy Denver .5(1 33 clr P'tland Or** 57 rn rn Des Moines 46 43 25 clr Rapid City 56 41 clr Detroit 46 16 21 rn Richmond 60 IO rn Duluth 47 :M) clr SI louis 42 40 64 clr Fairbanks 4 16 sn Sail Lake 61 .16 clr F ort Worth •ill 47 clr San I Ut*go 72 57 clr Green Bay 46 40 09 rn San F ran 59 54 clr Helena 55 23 clr Seattle 52 40 rn Honolulu 67 71 clr Spokane it 26 rn Houston 66 46 clr Tampa MI 58 cdy I od a pol is 47 W 63 cdy Washington 57 37 rn Jacks Ville 76 46 cdy (Continued F rom Page 11 hopeless lo try and get our point of view across, that we're loo badly ouinumitered by city people from down south.’ ho continued "I don’t think thal's so There are plenty of reasonable and politically powerful people in the South who believe in tree enterprise and economic development An effective legislator could work with them lo head off some of these restrictive laws." he said ‘Tm for the little guy. all the way." Spencer said “Some of lh** people who are pushing things like coastal control talk as ii ti s just big real estate developers w ho get hurt by the conf rols “If thai was all lh** people who got hurt I wouldn't care so much.” he said But wha! about the little guy who wants to build a home on his properly next to the ocean, or who’s looking to get a job on a construction project*’ Thai's who really gels clobbered, the little lei low " Highway funds Spencer said thai among his major concerns would be unfreezing highway con st ruction funds “I think th** cutback on highway construction is just terrible It s an outrage, an attack on the interests of every motorist in the stale." he said “Motorists pay gasoline taxes in order to have good. safe roads Do you think we have them-' l,ook at th** ac indent reports a tot of the roads around here are death traps People hit Ire*- stumps, they get wiped out by trucks on curves But the governor is going to cut back on highway const ruct ion. which makes jobs, and shift the tax money over to the general fund. Spencer said "Governor Brown says that we haven't had any tax in creases since he's been in office. Well that's a load of bull When he cuts back on services. on road construction. and shifts the money to the general fund I say that s a tax increase." he said •And whim my property taxes go up more than doubt**. I say that s a tax increase too The property tax system is just dreadful it's an unfair lax and th** people if hurts most are old folk and the little guy "We're going to have to start shitting a lot more ol the tax load from property taxes to sales and income taxes." he said "No taxes are good but at least sales and income taxes are more fair " Some disadvantage Spencer said that his association with th** Straight Arrow Coalition has been a political disadvantage in* some areas “I have to convince jreople that I m not just a one issue candidate, and that I m not against all protection tor th** environment I'm not opposed to reasonable and necessary controls I live up here by choice and I love what we've. got here But th** environment includes the p**ople. and * we've got to he concerned with jobs and the economy, as well as the air and water and trees and birds ’’ Spencer said that his role in the initial formation of Straight Arrow including • calming emotions and channeling energy into constructive channels I had to convince pimple that they could work et tectively within th** system. that they didn t have to go blowing up bridges or anything.'' he said Vets’ vigil continues LOS ANGELES (API -Veterans who have occupied Sen John V Tunney'* of flee since Veterans Day said Saturday they would end their vigil Monday morning because I hey don t want to prejudice Tuesday’* election Th** veterans, mostly from the Vietnam war. began camping in the office last Monday.    demanding statements from all th** presidential    candidates listing what each would do about    veteran-related problems A spokeswoman said Saturday that if th** veterans haven't heard from all the candidates by Monday morning, the.v'li give up "Our purpose was to meet with the candidates and we figured if they hadn't con (acted us by Monday the) were not going to contact us at all." said Loretta Smith Th** veterans have heard already Irom Democrat Jimmy Carter and Peace ant F reedom Party candidate Dr Polls showing an even race By The Associated Press The most recent nationwide polls make I ucs<l.i\ s presidential election a toss up between President Font .nut Jimmy Carter A New York Times-CBS poll released Saturday night gave Carter a slight lead, although it didn t give total figures Banjamin Spock Carter sent th** group a tourpage memo reiterating his view that draft evaders and military deserters of lh** Vietnam era should be granted pardons Spook fold the veterans Saturday he favors un conditional amnesty for those individuals and an end to discrimination    against veterans The group expects to meet Sunday with independent presidential    candidate Flugene McCarthy On** of th** veterans, Ron Blitzer. said th** group still had not heard Irom President F'ord. despite repeated attempts to contact him IMPOST A0IT TEAMSTERS MOM.. 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