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Vallejo Times-Herald (Newspaper) - February 9, 1974, Vallejo, California VALLEJO HERITAGE UNIT OVER READERS THE NEWSPAPER THAT GOES INTO ALL THE HOMES EVERY DAY MO AND NAP A COUNTY'S MORN I NO WEATHER REPORT TODAY MILD TEMPERATURE WTH OP MARE ISLAND NAVAL FEBRUARY 4 PAGES PUC Asks slash Freedom Trade Seen Price For Hearst Girl In Phone Rates FRANCISCO Telephone Co. should reduce its rates by million a year instead of ting a million annual rate in- the of the state Public Utilities Commission said Tbe stall a 10- cent charge for directory assistance Skylab 3 Crew Back On Earth ABOARD USS NEW ORLEANS Skylab 3's astronauts over- came a leaky rocket system problem Friday and returned safely to splashing down in the Pacific Ocean successfully complete an 84-day history's longest space to be glad to be was the r e p o r i from astronauts Gerald P. William R. Pogue and Dr. Edward G. Gibson minutes after their Apollo command ship landed on See SKYLAB 3 Page 2 ITS RICH TODAY'S CHUCKLE It doesn't matter who won or the most important thing is who got die contract to do the shaving cream GOOD DEED It would be nice for friends of Ricky 14. of 751 Tregaskis to send him a well card at Kaiser wood Kicky sustained bead injuries in a tragic accident Jan on bus Parkway and may be for some He is a delivery boy aud his parents are Mr. and Mrs mond Ricky 2 student at Junior High X CHECK IT OUT in passenger vehicle speedometers often mean a driver isn't really sure when he's moving 55 but there's an easy war to B. Commander of the California Highway's driving through a measured mile calculating elapsed tual speed can be The key figure is this is how long it to move one mile at 53 MPK K it takes less than 65 you are exceeding 55 Approximately 40 where measured rules are exist on California highways in form of odometer check But any location can be used where See ITS RICH Page 2 Rainfall last 24 hours Season total to date This date last year Seasonal average this Total rain last Seasonal MOVING at its best by Moving service makes it costs no CHIPMAN MAYFLOWER Moving Storage 623 Broadway Ph. 642-7528 requests for telephone numbers in the caller's it would gs into effect if the fee company aa increase or million or The recommended m a staff was based on a that Pacific Telephone have a rate of return of 7.9 per Tee staff said the current authorized rate of return is 7 85 per cent and it estimated the firm actually had a 9.2 per cent rate of return in 1973. Tne PUC has held 68 davs of heard 7.213 of by 100 witnesses aod re- 143 exhibits sessions held between Jan. 5 and 1 last year The million increase sought by the company would hike basic tial from to per month and business rates from 36 to a Under the staff basic ness rates would be cut per residence flat rates by 80 cents and residence message rate service by 25 cents a The staff also ing local message rate units by one- half cent per unit reducing the from toil calls made within the state by To offset some of this the staff would convert calls to toll calls which would result ia an increase of million in leaving a net reduction of The staff also proposed a 10 cent directory assistance calls for numbers listed in the casing tion The exceptions would be calls from coin telephones and each places as and calls by blind and handicapped The PUC staff said fte cost to Telephone of directory assistance calls amounts to million annually to million of that is to calls requesting numbers listed in the caller's own telephone Mike Abernathy Race For Assembly Mike Sacramento lative and public relations yesterday announced his intention of seeking me Republican nomination In the June Primary Election to the Fourth Assembly 33, was for five years an agricultural news reporter for radio and pers and Broadcasting before joining the Council of California Growers as director of news and public In 1970. he opened the agricultural and legislative consultant Mike and has offices in Sacramento and D.C. For the past three years he has served primarily as executive assistant to California Rep. Victor V. Veysey See Page 2 ON THE INSIDE Bridge Classified Editorials Murray 7 Obituaries Sports Star Gazer 4 Area 5 Stocks Stolen Television Temperatures 4 Theaters Weather 4 FURNITURE ROOM GROUPS Nothing C OO Credit Down v J Sofa A 2 End Tables 10 Different Combinations To Choose From FURNITURE 1039 Tennessee OPEN SUNDAY 12 TO 5 The Federal Bureau of Investigation Friday released these drawings of a voting white woman and two young black men whom the FBI lists as prime suspects in the night kidnaping of Patricia Hearst in Descriptions with the from White female early 20s, 5 feet 5 to 5 feet 6.116-120 long dark with loose fitting Male Negro early 20s. 5 feet 10. ISO short natural wearing nigh brown lace carrying Male feet 11 to 6 short black wearing blue may have been wearing Suspect Grilled In Triple Deaths BERKELEY A 20-year-oid man brought to the police station by father Friday night was being held for investigation of three murders in an Oakland Police here said the man was brought in on a warrant charging him with sex sault with a deadly weapon and armed When Oakland police learned of the they asked that he he held for investigation of the murders Feb. 1 at the Albert Mortuary m police Lt. Waymond Jenkins Oakland police confirmed a man was being questioned in connection with the fallings but would not identify An apprentice mortician ard Jef Burns At AFB BEALE AIR FORCE BASE A aircraft with eight persons aboard crashed and burned while at- tempting to land at Beale Air Force Base near Friday the Air Force The base public information office declined to release any information on derly caretakers were found slashed to death ia the blood splattered funeral The victims were identified as Mi- chael S. 27, of the and Clarence and Doris the both about 70. The Alameda County Coroner said all victims died of shock and multiple stab wounds probably ed by a long hunting Berkeley Man Slaying Victim BERKELEY A man identified as William Bosley was murdered with a shotgun his Berkeley ment last Police said they pursued but lost a vehicle containing four or five black youths suspected of the They said they were in a 1969 coln Continental bat no other description of the suspects were Police said a group in the same vehicle earlier had staged a murder attempt in and they were be- to be carrying a shotgun and iMer No other details were LSD Ring 7 Persons BT MICHAEL LENGYEL Staff Writer VACAVILLE More than 1.000 orange tabs of LSD with a street value of about was seized here with the arrest of a couple suspected of being major suppliers and suppliers to youth of the illegal drug in this the Solano County Drug Abuse Bureau said Five other including four teenage also were arrested in a raid by and Vacaville police at 160-B Meadows Dr. Held in county jail in Fairfield under a combined total of bail were Shirley Mae 34, a and William Wayne 23. an man stationed at Travis both of the Meadows Drive Chief Inspector S. Bert Jensen of said the woman was charged possession of LSD for LSD to a maintaining a place where drugs are possession of marijuana and drug receiving stolen See DRUG RAID Page 2 No More Contacts Received Calif. price of freedom for kidnaped Patricia Hearst might be the release of two imprisoned of the terrorist group that claims to hold the heiress police and ner father said that all we can do is said her newspaper Randolph A. But be not at all sure ft would be in our power to do There had been no ransom demand by midday the fourth day after the abduction of pretty 19-year-old University of California code from her The revolutionary ation Army claimed Thursday it had and placed her in tive It enclosed ber father's gasoline credit card as proof and said further communications would Police and family knowledged thai tibe radical SLA demand freedom for the two jailed comrades in exchange for Miss The are charged with the assassination of Oakland Schools Marcus a on 6. Tbe SLA claimed for Foster's The FBI released artist's drawings of three kidnaping suspects black men in their early 20s and a white girl about the same age witi long dark hair parted in want to get Patricia Hearst gripping his wife's hand as te talked to nope they don't make demands that are im- possible to 7hing really me is thai took a 19year-old girl and he'd her j can understand people being tremendously frustrated bu: I understand them taking it oai on a young Police and the FBI both said they had considered tee diance that the SLA would bargain Miss Hearst's See KIDNAP Page 2 Architectural Society Wins Bay Area Award Some Gas Stations Starting Self-imposed Sales Limits Some service stations their own system of yesterday by limiting ers in the amounts they can They said the measure was taken because they ran out of gas last end because January allocations were depleted before February deliveries could be A few limited gallonage sales but others put something like a five dollar limit on the amount a motorist could to protect our regular one Another gasless weekend loomed in most tions for In other parts of the San Diego were asked to observe the where cars would get gas according to license Those ending with odd numbers could buy one and even numbers the BY Blli SIMONS Architectural Heritage ety yesterday received one of the Bay Area coveted awards fifth annual Bay Area Award luncheon at His Lordships on tne Berkeley The one of six selected by a jury from a record 74 nominations submitted nine Bay Area was received 01 behalf of the society by Mayor Florence E. Richard H. Lemke is in Dallas on a business Chairman of ibe Bay Area Council and Vice Chapman aud bv Charnian Mortimer This year we honor Hemage the of in the period s nee its has set an for both iarge and br a revival of interest m its See SOCIETY Page 2 Mayor was pr in the form of a certificate by Eugene E or BiW WEEKLY RATES 443-1041 TV CENTER ANNEX 10SO.TENNES5EE.ST. FLOWERS PLANTS They're A HARRY 714 Marln Valleio 77 745-3711 PRE FINISHED PANELING FOSTER LUMBER 3280 Sonoma Blvd. 643-2301 PINTO Immediate 2 DOORS RUNABOUTS WAGONS Buy or Lease FORD NEW 1301 GEORGIA USED 711 TENNESSEE
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