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Ukiah Daily Journal (Newspaper) - March 30, 1986, Ukiah, California March 1986 Bill Scalf still has that racing magic Page 12 Bunny lays eggs Weather MENDOCINO COUNTY Morning coastal low clouds and fog otherwise mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s to near Northwest winds to IS H Friday 85 49 Last year 53 36 Saturday 83 51 Last year 62 33 From 5 Friday to 8 Saturday Year to date Last year Ukiah Daily Journal Mendocino California 135 197 26 Pages 50 Cents Man shoots self in Redwood Valley home By BRIAN WILLOUGHBY Journal Staff Writer A Redwood Valley ap parently frustrated over marital shot and killed his wife then turned the caliber revolver on himself Saturday Both were found dead in the bedroom of their Ellen Lynn Road home when sheriffs deputies stormed the Deputies had maintained a vigil of more than two hours outside the unsure if there would be another round of The incident began when a series of shots erupted from the with one of the bullets grazing the neck of a man living across the The whose identity was not released by sheriffs was treated for a superficial bullet wound at Ukiah Adventist Hospital and later While Sheriff Tim Shea would not identify the several neighbors said the at 623 Ellen Lynn was occupied by William Ernie Lyda and his According the couple had four Shea said the home had been thoroughly searched following the discovery of the two bodies and that the children werent at that Shea said the children were apparently stay ing with Neighbors said Ernie Lyda was in his while his wife was believed to be One neighbor described the Lydas relationship as stor Just before 5 sheriffs officials received a report of random shots being fired from the Ellen Lynn Road Neighbors said they heard as many as six shots ring out from the beige Sheriffs deputies and two am bulances responded to the which is located along the southeastern curve of the U residential The wounded neighbor was immediately transported to the hospital as deputies set up a command post two houses down from Lydas No further shots were heard and sheriffs officers attempted to contact the suspect by There was some difficulty making a telephone connection and it is not known if sheriffs of ficials ever spoke with the More than a dozen cars had stopped along an adjoining road and several neighbors gathered outside their staring page 2 T After recieving a report that several shots had been fired In the sheriffs deputies Kept a close perimeter on a Lynn Ellen Road home Saturday evening in a tense ordeal Evan Johnson which ended when officials stormed the home to discover the man had murdered his then killed Campaign warchests fill Kubanis lead in fundraising By PETER PAGE Journal Staff Writer Bob Canclini has opened a wide fundraising lead over the other three candidates for fifth district while Al Kubanis leads the pack in con tributions in the race for district according to cam paign financing reports filed last Canclini reported contribu tions of since the first of the that coming in addition to he already had on After Canclini has substantially more than incumbent Norman de whose campaign reported a deficit of Judy Walters reported con tributions of for her fifth district The fourth Bruce publisher of the Anderson Valley enclosed a scrawled note with his required report saying he neither received nor solicited any campaign funds Canclini received a con tribution from the Mendocino Alliance of Citizens Political Ac tion Committee which is used by the Mendocino County Alliance to support its favored During the 1984 supervisorial MACPAC contributed each to the victorious cam paigns of Nelson Redding and John and to Marilyn The Men docino County Alliance favors strict enforcement of county building and zoning In the past it has sued the county to op pose programs designed to legitimize noncode In the threeway race for district attorney Kubanis has collected while spending Public Defender Susan Massini reported contributions of and expenditures of Incumbent Vivian Rackauckas reported no con tributions or Under state campaigns which do not collect or spend more than do not have to quake rocks the East Bay UPI An earthquake that registered on the Richter the strongest in nearly a decade in the East shook a region waking residents and cracking at one large No injuries or serious damage were officials It felt like a Mack truck hit my apartment building and I live on the third floor it was a big jolt followed by a small rum said an Oakland It woke me The University of California seismographic station in Berkeley said the at tributed to movement along the Hawyard struck at PST and measured on the Richter The epicenter was located in the hills between Berkeley and Orinda on the eastern side of San Francisco known East Bay Y The most serious damage reported was in El Cerrito near Berkeley where a glass window in an auto parts store cracked from top to Residents of several Bay Area counties said they felt the Many said it woke them Many small aftershocks were recorded shortly after the the Geological Survey Seismologists said there could be continued small aftershocks or another moderate quake in the The quake was the strongest to strike in the East Bay since Just two days a UC seismologist told a workshop session at the National Science Teachers Association in San Francisco stress was building along the treacherous San Andreas the Hawyard faults western The crust is straining and theres a tremendous accumula tion of energy building Bruce Bolt He said it was impossible to forecast when a major quake would At the Bolt said there had been virtually no significant quakes in the Bay Area in several years to alleviate the stress caused when the earths subsurface plates slide against one Peace protester pours own blood file any I have no reason to spend money this Rackauckas early in the game what candidates spend money on is name and I dont feel the need to pay for name The race for county school superintendent is inexpensive at least so far Mike CrowJey reports con tributions of and expen ditures of Jim prinepal of Ukiah High reported contributions of including from and expenditures of The third Donald reported no contributions or ex By CARRIE SWITZER Journal Correspondent WILLITS A Ukiah woman was arrested Friday for smear ing her own blood on the floor and walls inside the lobby of Remco Hydraulics in a dramatic protest against the companys defenserelated manufacturing N Sunshine a 41year old nurse and former is being held on charges of trespassing at the Mendocino County Jail in lieu of She said the eight ounces of blood was drawn from her by a fellow Appelby said she was demonstrating the bloody con nection between and a defense con I didnt know what else I could do to point out that Rem cos role in arms production will help cause the eventual bloodshed of she Remco officials declined com ment immediately following the Plant manager Rick Straight said a statement may be released Monday Remco managers asked her to without threat of charges being after Appleby poured a baby bottle filled with her blood on a plaque com memorating Remcos affiliation with defense contractor Martin Three managerial employees discarded the blood stained carpet and locked the lobby Appleby admitted to provok ing an She remained in an attempt to make a citizens arrest for violations of Interna tional Treaty and the Con stitution Appleby six supporters displayed a banner which Peace in the or the world in A spokesperson at the womens jail said Appleby declined an offer of release on a promise to appear in By remaining in jail Appleby gain ed an immediate court ap rather than having to wait up to three will be arraigned Monday and said she will plea not Appleby said she does not belong to any group or organiza and that her action was an individual Remco has become a familiar target for peace who claim up to 25 percent of the companys business relies on defense In a similar protest last Susan Crane and Mary Rice were arrested for trespassing and interfering with They each pleaded no contest to the charges and were sentenced to 24 hours of community ser Good Friday was purposely chosen for the visual Appleby to coincide with similar actions in New the General and Vandenburg Air Force It is Christ who is once again crucified as we build five nuclear bombs a Applebe As informed citizens we are going to have to ask ourselves some hard questions about our pocket book and our Augustine Volcano continues eruptions Alaska UPI Augustine Volcano erupted twice Saturday after a 9hour spewing black clouds of ash over fishing villages and damag ing two passenger planes that landed safely at Anchorage In ternational The volcano belched gas and rocks 5 miles high and dumped an inch of gritty soot 120 miles away on the Kenai Right now there is a white steady stream forming a plume coming out of the Its a stream of mostly water said volcanologist Tom Miller of the
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