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   Vallejo Times-Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1974, Vallejo, California                               JUDGE BANS TV USE BY SLA PAIR OVER READERS THE NEWSPAPER THAT GOES INTO ALL THE HOMES EVERY DAY Vallejo Times-Herald SOLANO AND NAFA COUNTY'S MORNING NEWSPAPER WEATHER REPORT GENERALLY CLEAR TODAY MILD TEMPERATURE LIGHT WIND WTH YEAR-NO. 75 VALLEJO. CALIF.-HOME OF MARE ISLAND NAVAL SHIPYARD- WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, W4 5 SECTIONS 56 PAGES Prisoners' Television Plea Loses MARTINEZ, Calif. A ji Tuesday denied a requw. for a na- tional television appearance by nvo prisoners wljo claim they have sugges- tions that lead -o freedom for kidnartd newspaper ih-iress Pairieia "I' coj-d (.rttr-; so ihsi would make impossible 5o" ;he de- fentients to receive a fair tria! in Cali- fornia or in the United said Cosra Court Judge Sain can': lei this happen." he said. The serrorts: Sy3ibJofie.se Liberation Arn-.j. which it kidnaped the 20- year-oid coed Fea. ha-J 10 ,-tver si! roth fcer family ur.iess Joseph Seiairo. 27, and Buisel! 24. jro-- P revised ap- pjjirance. Gagen. Renm-os attorney. osk-sS wlK-ther Hai! would reconsider hi-; ruling if he first were allowed to p-eview any video taped message, but :r.e judge rejected the proposal HICH TODAY'S CHUCKLE A 7-xear-old told his folks he was going to run away just as soon as there's a definite upward trend in the cconomv. SALVATION AR3IY The annual citizens" dinner sponsored by the Val'.e- 30 Corps of the Salvation Army be held Friday evening at at the CoTjrnurutv Presbyterian Church hsK or, east Street. Tils of dinir.2. eptertainrr.er.j and sociably attracts o: Vaiiejo and laie reservations may still be bad by casing the Arrr.y headquarters. Loius S. be instated as chairman o: itie tlv-l-en adriary INCORPORATION Tr.- marks tne date of back in 385S. for the ineorxirr.tion of the of Yalfcjo. T" :s a of earthquake an- niversaries March 25. hea'.y shock in San and Petaluma: Mart-h 27, 1957 most of us should remember, only IT jears ago. 3 v.-hen the qasXe c-d damage in 'ne Lake Merced region of :ie City b> the Gale Then. March Octr v.-f> da'e-- the "Mara Quafe." which camaged fourteen quar.ers so bsd'y they were do.iii. sron? v.lndoTs and c'sirr- in our ov-n :he M15 -rexor. no dai'are ca''y. b'Jt Monterey ar.d EDW ON THE Anderson Berotiio Classified Comics Editorials Glesson Legislative Manners __ Obituaries Rainfall Red Smith T Sociesy II .25 ___35-2" lS-2-i Star Gazer _ I- Siate. Area W S Stulen ,_ 3 2.; stocks 23 Television------ _ 7 Fempcraiares i Theaters 23 4 Vitals .....21 2> Weaiher ......1 Vra arc jailed 10 make THE MISSION cnrciu-tcd bv the I'o- Missionaries, FATHER A. PALMER. C.SS.K. and KATHKR HOG AN'.' CSS il. AT ST. VINCENTS CHURCH i t- "r"   scio'js for five aiinuels. Loc'-iyer sa (i Meade feii against a desk. Papan. sporting -waat appeared to be beginnings of a b-ack con- f.rmed in, an ihat a occurred .'i consultant vino i ije named said ;he incident staned 3 d.spnte last in ths Assembly Transportation Oonimiriee the committee re- Tuesday. Meade is chatmian of tha- comnv- :ee and Papan is vice chair-nan. Wae.i left hearir.j .ir.cf.y day. fee turned to an- o'her eomir.i'tce member of giving r. as is customary, to the vice chairman, the Ba: Papsr. ar.d a Ep fur Meade refused to repor- ihat the two esenanged punches. But asied if the two men had shaken hands and made up, Papan ''Then Papaji oui 01 the hearing. VTha- happened after that. I don'- kno-.r the consui- Meade, a quarterback on the of California 3959 Rose fowbal! squad, was elecied to the As- sfimbly in 1970, Papan. a husky former FBI agent, was ejected in 3972 Solano Transit Measure Placed On June 4 Ballot BY Times-Herald Staff Writer FAIRFIELD The Solano Couiry E-iard of Supervisors voted TiWeday r.ffl to 'confuse the by a local mass porposition on ihf- June 4 primary e'ecslon w-wse pavsge needed to obtain funds required for Proposition 5. which -A., d-j- pear on Oune woa local govemrr.eri'-s oter to divert g-asoliue rss mosey to create transi: programs to combat air ioE. fuel snorcjes and other COMPLETE WATERBEDS S199 INSTAUED BEDROOM SETS WITH WATERBEO Drewer Mirror Cheit Headboard 2 NJght Stands Complete Woterbed S599 1NSTAUED RAINBO FURNITURE 103? Tennessee 643-2381 SHOP SUNDAYS 12 to 5 MON. FRI. TO 9 PM. Both passage of Froposf ,ot 5 on the arid of a prop- osition j'avorJig the 535 tax fund diver- sion are nccossary to use certain tax funds not TMT.V available for any pjrpo-e for mass transit programs. Cumty Administrator Balmo' told the supervisors he pu; the ques- iion of whether 10 hold a local election See TRAXSIT Page 2 FLOWERS 'PLANTS They're A NATURALl HARRY SPROULE-TLOWERS 7U Mertn 77 Solera iq., Apartment Fire Fatal To Woman President Rejects Resigning HOUSTON, TL-V det-'fir-rn "dragging out drags America." re- Tuesday a ooisena'iic Uvpiib'ican's sail for his resignation said it takes cojraje 10 siand and as he means to do H" atiir.onlslwd House of Representatives :o Eo'iow the i- J-on as I: .ooks impeachment p-o- t him. "I; do. I Nixon said as h? his vow to preserve :he eon- of White House aacuments re-o -e the of House Gmnr-tee for evi- V. aa hojr-'.o'-.g broadcast- er session before :He National Association o: Broadcasters. said ihat, ;o give the panel whs: "e cal'cd a bunting license for White House docuffienis would destroy con- fidentiality and cripple presidency, He said (hat in would probn: "VA investigation that has already gone on -oo bag because. belies me. {'rsggiru out drsg.? down and I Vtrsg -o a f -Janx-s L o; York In Washington for the resigna- t on of the Presides; he had supporrec. Vj; Nixon quickly rejected ihat car. He said h v.oald not lead him ?o rc-r.55es> -repeated vow --'By !he job E'ickiey said resort -a -.'.ois.a prv the office of -he presidency: Ton said t'na; to quit destroy ?r.d change the very sys'em li migh: be good politics, bu: v.oa'd be bad statesman ship." tna; >ne e.nd o: ihe Arab fi'. embargo naite -t of jasslir.e rationing stations can cper- agan Sunday, He also sn- ro :rced acdinenal oil gas wda'd be forthcoming ahbo-Jah the ?r.orage Js no: o'.er. a-d W.th fe i; turned tij'c'-i'y :o -Aas o: broadcast a> Tv-irsnce :roii Frcay: He c'ready hss See PfSESIDENT Page 2 Rainfall last it hocrt Seasonal total to date _ Seasonal average this date Tola! rain last >car Seasonal average This dale jw 29..W 15.11 33.1'J Check Newspaper For Your Supplement s con'ains a Sears R-i- back advertising I." oo rot recede your sjpp'.eawri: newspaper, ca- T.mes-Hcrald ofSice. RENT-A-TV COLOR or WEEKLY RATES 643-1041 Electronic Service- ___ 102T TENNESSEE ST. PIPELINE BREAK SPILLS GALLONS OF GAS AXTIOCH AP. More ihaa 42.flft'J gallons of gasoline gusfced from a nip- tared Southern Pacific pipeline and [lowed two miles down a creek before dammed i: near here, officials reponsd Wednesday. were able 10 sio? the gasoiiiie before it reached the chy Ismiis." said city engineer Sran The break was discovered Monday afier SP irLsirumenis showed a !oss of about 1.000 barrels of gasoline from ihe I0-indi refineries near here to Stockton and Sacramerro distributors. Prerficfs Continued Sfafe Gas Shorfages S.VCRAMEXTO i AP (-California will still suffer irom a gasoline short- age averaging about 8 per cent deraite the of ihe Arab oil embargo, rte Styx's chief oil and 535 officla: said Tuesday. Bai ;ibe siortsje may become more severe, ranging up to 13 per cent n so-ne busy sumrner a pending state report Resident Escapes From Blaze BY BUD KRESSIX Times-Herald Staff Writer Fairfield was burned '.to early Tuesday in a Sre ihat an apartment occupied by a rep- resentative of a publishing 5nn si the Holiday Gardens on Panorama Drive Tr-e vicTLT. -A as identified by F, O'Brien, depury as Pa- t-c.a McBonough. 44. orSES Par, St. O'Brien said she is sur- by her bssbacd. Col. Joha Paul McDonough. now stationed -with the Force in "ireitbaden, West Ger- r-Lnny; acd r-vo daughters, Beth. 16, ar.d Diane, 13. O'Brien said an autopsy WES to be performed at ihe David Grant Medical Center at Travis AFB to determine the c: cause of Firemen, wno_ Sirs, Mc- Donough's iadly "burned 6ody on a driverpon in a bedroom la ibe apart- me-t that had been convened into an indicated she may have been O'-ereome by smoke heat :rom the r-- ths; heavLy damaged i'ne room 'M rest :iie supervisor of ''ce Dh-ision of Oil afid Gas. said dur- ing ihe embargo the state's shortage has "rxwn aboyt 13-20 per con: He added his 0 pervert vu--s jU.-i an estimate. one bas tc-'d us ;et wnat v.o'.-e gOJis lo get" sties ihe "embargo's c-r.d announceil Mondaj. MatheA.' said, Chief Roben Vai Q she story apartment in the fire occurred vras occupied ov John S. ii. a division for re Grojlier Litersiate PuV Co.. a :irm rha; and mr-rkets chiidrea's booss. V3n Aiiken said Trevett managed to j-: :he apartrnenc Tith singed r ard eyeorov-s after tryisg to r tne firs some bakirg soda and rand Trcvet: -vas taksn to police beaO- for ard 'iee saxi "ne -s.e a confusT.g story Mrs. See BLAZE Page 2 Gasoline Availability Starting To Get Better seen unabie to bu> the. odd-even tnar'xeiiiis Friday encountered ilrt-ar.y no TtK-sd'ay -aheii 'lieir turn at in.- ra; pun-.ps arrived. ser-ice operators S3 d they c.d a steady. bn-  of cars ihat had beer, yesiorday -A hen starcr.s al'.ocat.c-r.s "c rrorrh or -earl> dsp'et- "ost to ar.-.e up -j wtiresy v..tJwut can be gfr.butec to :he :ar nsd an opportunity b'jy to ihc ths' ;70 T'O-c 5'.r -.'.c-t at -h? r.t 'he e lie added :'rc REDWOOD LUMBER DOUGLAS FIR FOSTER LUMBER 3280 Sonoma Blvd. 643-2301 Pintos 2 Doors Runabouts Wagons WILSON-CORNELIUS FORD 1301 GEORGIA 711 TENNESSEE USED   

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