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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 SOLANO AND NAFA COUNTY'S MORNING NEWSPAPER WEATHER REPORT GENERALLY CLEAR TODAY MILD TEMPERATURE LIGHT WIND WTH 75 OF MARE ISLAND NAVAL MARCH 20, 5 SECTIONS 56 PAGES Television Plea Loses Calif. A ji Tuesday denied a for a tional television appearance by nvo prisoners claim they have tions that lead -o freedom for newspaper so would make impossible 5o" de- to receive a fair in fornia or in the United said Court Judge Sain lei this he The Liberation which it kidnaped the 20- coed 10 roth family Joseph 27, and 24. P revised would reconsider ruling if he first were allowed to any video taped but 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 SALVATION The annual dinner sponsored by the 30 Corps of the Salvation Army be held Friday evening at at the Presbyterian Church hsK east Tils of and sociably attracts and laie reservations may still be bad by casing the Loius S. be instated as chairman itie INCORPORATION marks tne date of back in 385S. for the of the of a of earthquake an- March 25. shock in San and 27, 1957 most of us should only IT jears 3 the c-d damage in Lake Merced region of City the Gale March the which fourteen so they were and in our no Monterey EDW ON THE Anderson Classified Comics Editorials Glesson Legislative Manners Obituaries Rainfall Red Smith T II Star Gazer I- Area W S Stulen 3 2.; stocks 23 7 i Theaters 23 4 Vitals 2> Vra arc jailed 10 make THE MISSION bv the FATHER A. and HOG CSS AT ST. VINCENTS CHURCH i t- a n' V a-d ic d c tj r 13 of CHiPMAN MAYFLOWER Moving Storage 623 Broadway Tire Chiel Robert Van Auken checked a badly charred door in an apartment at Holiday where a woman barned to early Tuesday He said the solid core door probably kept the Hames Wm spreading other units of the Lawmaker Hurt During Scuffle -s land was facial cuts after a Louis Papan of Daly A spokesman at Sutler Memorial is He has a minor laceration the right He's to ae for I presume E an Mr. prefer to to Mr. Meade it. Papan It was the second in less year among members of the state state Sen. Marks of San Francisco wound up a and cut upper lip after Senare Meade was examined a at Memorial Hospital to check any possibility of brain a spokesman for Meace The declined to be quoted by had no comment thai who accompanied 10 said Mesde for five sa (i Meade against a sporting appeared to be beginnings of a con- an a occurred consultant vino i ije named said incident staned 3 last in ths Assembly Transportation the committee re- Meade is of and Papan is vice left fee turned to an- member of giving r. as is to the vice the a Ep fur Meade refused to the two But if the two men had shaken hands and made Papan oui 01 the happened after I the a quarterback on the of California 3959 Rose was to the in 1970, a husky former FBI was ejected in 3972 Solano Transit Measure Placed On June 4 Ballot BY Staff Writer FAIRFIELD The Solano of Supervisors voted to the by a local mass on June 4 primary needed to obtain funds required for Proposition 5. which pear on Oune woa local oter to divert rss mosey to create programs to combat air fuel and other COMPLETE WATERBEDS BEDROOM SETS WITH Drewer Mirror Cheit Headboard 2 Stands Complete 1NSTAUED FURNITURE 103? 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TO 9 Both passage of 5 on the arid of a the 535 tax fund sion are to use certain tax funds not available for any for mass transit Administrator told the supervisors he the iion of whether 10 hold a local election See Page 2 FLOWERS They're A HARRY 7U 77 Solera Apartment Fire Fatal To Woman President Rejects Resigning out drags re- Tuesday a sail for his resignation said it takes 10 siand and as he means to do House of Representatives the i- as impeachment t I Nixon said as his vow to preserve of White House -e the of House for V. aa er session before National Association said give the panel a bunting license for White House would destroy con- and cripple He said in would investigation that has already gone on bag belies me. out down and I -o a f L York In Washington for the t on of the he had Nixon quickly rejected He said h not lead him vow job said resort -a prv the office of Ton said to quit destroy change the very li be good bu: be bad statesman ihe Arab embargo -t of rationing stations can agan He also ro oil gas be forthcoming the Js a-d fe i; turned broadcast He hss See Page 2 Rainfall last it Seasonal total to date Seasonal average this date rain last Seasonal average This dale jw 29..W 15.11 33.1'J Check Newspaper For Your Supplement s a Sears back advertising oo rot recede your COLOR or WEEKLY RATES 643-1041 Electronic 102T TENNESSEE ST. PIPELINE BREAK SPILLS GALLONS OF GAS AP. More 42.flft'J gallons of gasoline from a tared Southern Pacific pipeline and two miles down a creek before dammed near officials were able 10 the before it reached the chy said city engineer Sran The break was discovered Monday afier SP showed a of about 1.000 barrels of gasoline from ihe refineries near here to Stockton and Continued Gas i AP will still suffer irom a gasoline age averaging about 8 per cent the of ihe Arab oil rte Styx's chief oil and 535 said Bai may become more ranging up to 13 per cent n busy a pending state report Resident Escapes From Blaze BY BUD Staff Writer Fairfield was burned early Tuesday in a Sre an apartment occupied by a of a publishing 5nn si the Holiday Gardens on Panorama Drive -A as identified by depury as 44. orSES St. O'Brien said she is by her Col. Joha Paul now stationed the Force in West acd 16, 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 Donough's 6ody on a in a bedroom la ibe that had been convened into an indicated she may have been by smoke heat the heavLy damaged room 'M rest supervisor of of Oil said ing ihe embargo the state's shortage has 13-20 per He added his 0 pervert an one bas us gOJis lo sties ihe Chief Roben Vai Q she story apartment in the fire occurred vras occupied ov John S. a division for re a and said Trevett managed to Tith singed r ard after to r tne firs some soda and rand to police for ard saxi a story Mrs. See BLAZE Page 2 Gasoline Availability Starting To Get Better seen to odd-even Friday encountered no turn at operators d they a tne few hours of gas the and 3t higher arc to pay just to for no ee j e to of car of cars had -A hen or to up -j can be to nsd an opportunity to ihc 5'.r at e lie added REDWOOD LUMBER DOUGLAS FIR FOSTER LUMBER 3280 Sonoma Blvd. 643-2301 Pintos 2 Doors Runabouts Wagons FORD 1301 GEORGIA 711 TENNESSEE USED
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