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Bakersfield Californian Newspaper Archives May 21 1972, Page 5

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Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - May 21, 1972, Bakersfield, California Cirl mayor threatened with recall by elders Fyhr sunday May 21, v972 g earned Only $36,000 Cotati if since 25-year-old Annette Lumbardi became mayor of this one grocery store town she a been threatened with recall and accused of trying to put police officers on bicycles. A a we Brave a definite problem i with the older folks in this a town site says. A a they re j afraid of us and what we re going to do. A their tears Are groundless she a we Are miss Lombardi and two outlier former Sonoma state College students a a Stephen Laughlin 24, and f Geoffrey Dunham 29, who ousted incumbents last april i and won three of five City Council seats. Miss Lombardi who co mayor by virtue of being top vote getter a with 360�?in this town of 1,650 residents. Cotati is a Small agricultural town 50 Miles i North of san Francisco where a about a third of the residents attend nearby Sonoma state a College. Miss Lombardi i believes tile three new Council members won because of j these younger voters. Campaigning door to door she said they bad problems with voters aged 30 to 50, but t a with people Over 50 we had a j great i the plump new mayor with a curly Brown hair takes her a critics in stride and laughs about the mechanics of Small town politics. She notes there have been a rumours of a recall election j but the earliest it could be held would be next september a so the students would have returned and the results would a probably be the same As in i miss Lombardi who cd i owns a student Book shop has been speaking to civic groups to a convince them we re not a j Bunch of wild eyed a we. Used Quot the established Annette Lombardi. Youthful mayor Polit Teal Ami accepted process to get elected and we n continue to use accepted she said. This meant she got heavy criticism from younger sup porters when she tried to control an Antiwar during a recent protest. She said she was accused of a Selling out a but a i went into it As the mayor because i did no to want the town to get smashed a already Young people Are asking when the councils going to do something and there slots of disappointment that nothing Radical has been miss Lombardi said the Young councils relations with the police department have liven Good despite untrue cracks about their disarming officers and making them ride bicycles instead of patrol cars. Miss Lombardi says Council meetings Are ii Viler now and about too persons attend. Before the average was 20. A i expect the number will drop off in coming months when they find out ifs not going to be a circus and go elsewhere for entertainment a she said. A right now ifs been a Power trip for the three of us being in the Council majority but we can to let it get carried away a she said adding Quot of Small town politics get to be too much 1 11 resign. I doubt it will get that Gen. Franco earns less than top Spanish Matador Madrid a Gen. I Francisco Franco the Spanish chief of state earned $36,276 a in 1970. A fraction of what the country Stop bullfighter made. Even so the 79-Vear-o1d Leader was Well ahead of most of his countrymen whose per capita annual income is about $1,000. Besides he had free rent and received More than j $400,000 in expenses to run the Al Prado Palace on the outskirts of Madrid. Francois 1970 earnings and the $514,152 take of Manuel Benitez a Tel Cordobes a Spain Stop Matador until his recent retirement were made Public along with the incomes of 303.798 citizens in an official finance ministry list. Earnings for 1971 will be released in 1973. Declaring and pay my income tax has been required for several years in spam but until last year the records were closed. The Law still prohibits publication of any of the names or declarations within Spain but the ministry a list a pc fake ref i amp californian a the great newspaper of the Southern san Joaquin Valley established in 1866published every afternoon monday through saturday and sunday morning. The Bakersfield californian corporation a 1707 Eye Street Bakersfield. California 93301 charter member audit Bureau of circulations member american newspaper publishers association member of the associated press the associated press is exclusively entitled to use for publication of All new dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited to this paper and also the local Ewe published therein. The Bakersfield californian receives 4he associated pres wire photo service a the californian also is a client in jutted press International wire service and up uni fax. M the Bakersfield californian maintains jts own county wide news Bervie Quot representatives Branham Moloney. Inc. Few York Chicago Detroit. Los Angeles a san Francisco Seattle. Portland Denver Omaha entered in Post office at Bakersfield Call Ria As second class mail under the Jot of Congress March 3. 1879. He californian accepts no responsibility i r unsolicited manuscripts nor photo Auto. Subscription rates 2 earner delivered in Kern county i month daily and sunday. $ 2.50 a months. Daily and sunday months daily and sunday 2 year daily and sunday a 3 month sunday Only months sunday Only 4 months sunday Only 2 year sunday Only _ 7.50 15.00 30.�> 1.00 3.00 6.00 12.00 by mail within California 1 month daily and sunday a j months daily and sunday month daily and sunday -9 year daily and sunday 2 month sunday Only i months sunday Only. Months sunday oui f year sunday Only outside California 3 month daily and sunday _ months daily and sunday j months daily and sunday year daily and sunday 3 month sunday Only. Months sunday Only a months sunday Only year sunday Only $ 3.00 _ 9.00 18.00 _ 36.00 _ 1.25 3.75 _ 7.50. 15.00 i s Csc foreign countries _ rate depending on destination circulation department for rates Bingle copies by mail. 30c Pok Home delivery Call 323-7631 or any agent has created a new diversion for those curious enough to consult it. Francois 1970 income was $3,630 higher than in 1969, his Gross income from his jobs As chief of state head of the armed forces and other posts totalled $36,726. Deducting $2,400 expenses his taxable income was $33,846. The average income tax rate is 14 per cent. Not included on the list were Cristobal Balenciaga the fashion designer who died Early this year or Alfredo Distefano now a soccer coach and formerly the highest paid player in Spain the list contained some surprises. Juan Peron. Former Argent me dictator who has lived in splendid exile in Spain for More than a decade reported taxable income in Spain of Only $614. Prince Juan Carlos de Bourbon named by Franco to succeed him someday As chief of state and the country a first King in More than four decades reported taxable income of $22,400, about three times what he reported in 1969. Young vet kills self \ Aller robbing laundry Alameda up a a 19-year-old army Veteran killed himself after trying to hold up a meaning Shoji because he was a hungry and needed Money i Don t want to go to Richard Miller screamed Friday at officers who cornered him in an attic Over a Hobby shop. A i tried to Rob the place because i was hungry and needed Money a the recently discharged Soldier shouted. A i done to want to go to jail so in a going to kill detective Phillip Bonadona tried to talk the youth out of the suicide but after about ten minutes he heard a single gunshot and then silence. Officers fearing the shot was a trick fired tear Gas into the attic and rushed in. Bonadona said he found Miller dead with a Bullet wound in the head. Police said Miller entered the Marshall Steele cleaners and pointed a .38 Caliper revolver at the owner mrs. Lois Cottle. Mrs. Cottle screamed and several employees ran from the Back of the slip and chased the robber. Bonadona and patrolman Terry Tittle pursued Miller into Hie Hobby shop Bond planned for Aqueduct Sacramento up the state plans to purpose a $125 million Revenue Bond Issue to assure financing of the huge California water project through 1980, water resources director William r. Gianelli says. Gianelli told members of the Sacramento chapter of the Public works association that additional funds will be needed when the $2.3 billion authorized by voters for the project. Is depleted next year by const met Ion. He said the new Bond Issue still being formulated is needed to cover unexpected inflationary costs. The water official said More than 99 per cent of planned 1973 project facilities either Are completed or under Way. 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