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Ventura County Ad-Visor (Newspaper) - September 11, 1975, Oxnard, California Ventura County 35 September Hospital Phaseout Plans Dropped Plans to study the eventual phaseout of General have been Kenneth acting director of the countys Health Services said he there could eventually be a phaseout of certain operations at the His comments were in response to a grand jury recommendation that the hospital should be main tained as a county Health Agency officials announced months ago that in an effort to curb rising medical a long term study would be made to determine if it would be feasible to have contracts with hospitals throughout the county to do the work now handled at General The entire process was scheduled to take three to five In his response Thursday to the grand Rindfiesh said It does not appear that any immediate change will be forthcoming more than any long range changes would be directed to specific areas of operation which Edison Accused of Polluting Air A misdemeanor complaint has been filed in Oxnard Municipal charging Southern California Edison with one count of ex cessive visible smoke emissions from their Ormond Beach Power Generating station on July The charge was filed following an unscheduled inspection by the Air Pollution Control The charge carries a maximum penalty of would not totally eliminate the General Hospital Rindfiesh and numerous other county department heads responded to the grand jury recommendations which came early in District Attorney Stanley Trom agreed with a grand jury recommendation that welfare fraud investigators should be switched from the Public Social Services Agency PSSA to the DAs but PSSA chief Jim Isom said there are advantages in leaving them with his Agreeing that the transfer would help the DA in prosecuting Isom from an investigative point of view it may be ad vantageous to leave the unit in the PSSA where open lines of communication between workers and investigators immediate access to case files would tend to improve the investigative Isom said the recom mendation should be studied with the DA in an attempt to more satisfactorily address the problem of welfare Sheriff Al Jalaty outlined a number of steps and depart mental procedures taken to see that trial exhibits and other items in the property room are kept The grand jury had been critical of the property room Evidential exhibits are released from the property room ONLY to authorized following Sheriffs Department policy which requires a properly executed and witnessed receipt Jalaty In addition to the there is exhibit relates The grand jury recommended that maximum population of the countys main jail be reduced to 150 Two prisoner disturbances there this year have been linked to over crowded We agree Jalaty we cannot control or reduce He said if jail facilities now being planned by county officials can be we feel we then can reduce main jail population to an acceptable 180 That he on whether the new jail has had facilities to place the more the dangerous prisoners in in dividual Another grand jury aimed at the personnel had been that the county should have one countywide Personnel Chief Dale Smith Hofbor DoyS said in response that the county once had a single but went to departmental plans because of problems with the single Depart mental plans increase the involvement of department heads in the affirmative ac tion Smith Venturan Pleads Guilty to Rape July4 Theme Chosen PressCourier photos BLAZE RACES IN SULPHUR MOUNTAIN AREA Ecology Corps members from Oakland board of From Division Chief Richard a helicopter at Santa Paula Airport on their in charge of air crews retired county way to fight Sulphur Mountain Photo Chief Bill Haggard Sheriffs helicopter pilot below shows fire bosses watching helplessly Mike Mason and ground crew division chief as the 75 per cent bursts out Don A Ventura man pleaded dercover narcotics agents he guilty Thursady in Superior could deliver two kilograms Court to a charge of forcible of pure heroin for and rape and mentally disordered he is considered by drug ad sex offender proceedings were diets and street dealers as a ordered initiated against heavy dealer in Charles Wilson of Anthony of Los 6404 pleaded was sentenced to a guilty to a charge of forcible 90day diagnostic study in rape of a woman on July 19 in state prison by Judge Richard with final sen Judge Ben Ruffner ordered tencing scheduled when Smith mentally disordered sex Smith pleaded guilty fender proceedings initiated to a charge of robbing Walter against who also was Patterson of at an Oxnard charged with two other counts gas station on April of forcible Thord of A negotiated plea calls for was found not guilty these charges to be dismissed by reason of insanity of a once Wilson is charge of assault with a Solano of deadly a on 130 D who had California Highway Patrol pleaded guilty to a charge of officer Thomas Douglas sales of was sentenced on June Heaton ordered to state prison by The Umbdenstock sent to notation on the property asked for a Atascadero State Hospital for room inventory log as to diagnostic report and could a 90day observation released exhibits and the recall the prison sentence Dru Joan of date He said persons are within 120days 1058 was authorized to withdraw Veronica pleaded guilty to a placed on three years exhibits from the property charge of selling heroin on probation by Ruffner and room only if they are directly 197His probation sentenced to 180 days in involved with the case the report indicates he told unwith credit for 66 days She pleaded guilty to a charge of petty theft on June 17 in She has a prior petty theft Joe Luis of was placed on two years probation by who sentenced Reyes to 90 days in jail and gave him credit for 25 days Reyes pleaded no contest to a charge of misdemeanor drunken driving on July with injury to his daughter Sabrina William of Thousand who had pleaded guilty to a charge of attempting to procure a controlled substance by fraud on June was placed on three years probation by Na information was filed against William Michael of 244 Lewis and he was Proudly We Hail is the theme for the 1976 Port Hueneme Harbor Directors chose the theme at a special meeting last Robert will be assisted on the executive board for the Bicentennial celebration by Don vice and John A Bicentennial ball will kick off the 1976 celebration on June headed by Robert The formal dinner ball will be held at the Elks Joe Moshays orchestra has been contracted to play for the Tickets will be Charles Slaughter and Larry Hoover were elected to serve on the board at the organizational The 1975 Harbor Days was a most successful Karayan James who served as both general chairman and parade and his committee were able to net more than to help put on the Bicentennial Tentative dales for the 27th annual Harbor Days are Little Miss Hueneme June 28 Harbor Days queen June 30 Mens July 13 fishing July 1 July 15 art July 34 ships July 24 Lions Club pancake breakfast and grand July Other activities may be ad Chairpersons who will be in charge of the various ac tivities next year are Karin Robert beauty contests Dean mens follies Danny carnival John signs Ben parade Elaine Duane publicity Joe fishing derby Lorraine art show Bill ships tours Ernie Naval Construction Battalion Center and Dama parade Other directors are Wayne PV Trustees See Tighter Control Over Programs There may have to be a little the and expressed tighter control over reading concern over the math and and math programs this year reading in the Pleasant Valley School A special session was slated trustees said at their for Thursday to talk over Thursday night session in goals for the new school An expected report from The school board reviewed Charles Honn reviewing ac goals set for last year during complishments of last year Seobees Leave For Guam Duty discharged from further Jones Aloha Don Superior Court R Doc in Vail Seaton had been charged Ventura Municipal Court with possessing marijuana and possessing LSD for Vail James and James McCree and John Free Milk Policies Adopted I PROVIDES SHELTER FROM THE RAIN The outer edges ci a storm didnt exactly drop buckets of rain on the Oxnard but here was enough drizzle left today to keep matters Esther Nagy of Oxnard used a trusty umbrella to keep the wet stuff About of an inch was recorded in area in the past 24 The outlook calls for par tially sunny skin through The Oxnard and Hueneme School districts and Santa Clara Elementary School have adopted free meal and free milk policies for children unable to pay for the meals and milk served under the National School Lunch and Special Milk Familysize income criteria have been established for determining eligibility in the For a family of one with a monthly gross income ranging up to is For a family of two the range goes up to For a family of the cutoff Is at With four persons in the the range is up to for five its six is seven is at and eight increases to School officials emphasized that a family size of one means a student who is his or her sole A foster child also can be considered a family of officials Children from families whose incomes are at or below the established levels arc eligible for the free meals and In families not meeting the but with unusual expenses such as special education and disaster or casualty are urged to officials Application which are available at the prin cipals office in each can be made anytime during the school officials Information given on the is confidential used only for of appllcations and will be determining ficials In some The final planeload of Seabees of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 10 departed the Naval Air Point Sunday for an eightmonth deployment in Guam as the Pacific Fleet Alert For MCB originally the 103rd Construction the deployment will be its In as part of the Navy force MCB 10 will be The year the midpoint of World War was MCB 10s birth Almost im mediately after establishment the battalion deployed to Guam to rebuild that war torn island as a forward base for the Allied operating Through the remainder of the the Cold War period Burglary Charge and Korean Conflict periods that and until MCB10 provided construction support to units of the Pacific Fleet and Marine Corps throughout the Pacific on May the as part of the 3rd Marine Amphibious landed with the Marines on the beach at Chu South Vietnam as the first Seabce Battalion to enter that con The most recently com pleted deployment for the 32 yearold battalion was to Diego a tiny atoll in the Indian There they worked on and cempleted study the multiple construction projects Last years report in support of the Navy Comgenerated considerame munications Diego discussion on the duties of the administration and was delayed until led by Shirley expressed concern over declining reading scores last term in the She said the total effort seemed unorganized and needed better The math especially the newer process of letting students set their own learning also was questioned by the Mel Miller told the trustees there has been more diversification in the but that was because of the boards goal of Accomplishments cited by the board during last year were improvements in the Early Childhood Education start of cultural assemblies and improvements in classroom positive attitude as well as in career education Trustee Mike Flynn asked for th6 delay in hearing Honns annual He al first sought a delay until but agreed with other trustees the matter should not be postponed that He gave no reason for seeking the other than to say he had not had time to foster children are eligible and families seeking information about an application may do so at the officials Each school principal determines eligibility and procedure has been established for parents dissatisfied with any ruling to In the Oxnard School the official to contact is Louis assistant superintendent of 831 B In persons can contact Robert assistant superintendent for business 354 Third At Santa the appeals can be made to he Michael Man Granted Probation After Pleading Guilty A Ventura who had pleaded guilty to a burglary was placed on three years probation Monday in Superior with a pro bation condition he spend 180 days In agnostic report from prison of Gamble pleaded guilty to a charge of seconddegree bur glary on March 16 in Jess pleaded guilty to a charge of burglary and was sentenced to the Cali fornia Youth Authority by who gave Tapia Orcn of 211 Bard was given probation by Judge Ben credit for 72 days served In who sentenced Gam Tapia pleaded guilty to a blc to 180 days in but gave charge of burglary on June 23 ing a station wagon on March him credit for 125 days in El 19 In San Jose and driving It o Ruffner sentenced Gamble Gilbert Slmi Heaton set sen alter receiving a 90day dl pleaded guilty to the same fencing for charge of burglary on June 23 ip El Ruffner set his sen tencing for Jon Alan of pleaded guilty to a charge of sales of a small amount of co caine on April 28 in He will be sentenced by Judge Richard Heaton on Ocl John of 1910 Lanlnna pleaded no contest to a charge of steal
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