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Eureka Times Standard (Newspaper) - April 21, 1990, Eureka, California Toes-0tantmr 6 saturday april 21. 1990 since 1854 vol. Xxxvii a no. 109 35 cents Eureka California Holman flirts with perfection it happens Page 3 situation Page Page 9 stanislaus pm mostly Cloudy More information Back of Section saturday briefing Friday Becco cards drawn 4 of Hearth King of dubs 5 of diamonds eight of Spades. Thursdays draw 22 players won $5,000 each by picking the four w inning cards inside Ann classified. Comics. Crossword. .12 or. A Ott. Ii entertainment. .7 Jacobs on Bridge. Jumble. .13 Money matters. A obituaries. Is opinions. I police Eire Calls. .8 i Public notices. Is religion. Sports. .9-10 television log. La weather. .8 my Rowena Coetzee i intr Aal Kukor a a bom to a couple of drug addicts the 9-Yea cold boy had every reason to distrust adults. He had been bounced Between relatives since he was an infant and Over the past seven years had lived with a handful of different Foster families by the time he appeared in Carmela Wenger s Eureka office the child had begun venting his rage by smashing Glass topped Coffee tables with hammers stealing Money and holding the family cat under water. A the was a depressed child he had quite a few symptoms of Post traumatic stress a recalled Wenger a psychotherapist the youngster also had a disorder that prevented him from forging close emotional ties Quot he did not form any kind of affectionate Bond with anyone and he did t Trust anyone a Wenger said bonding seminars offered for parents child care providers Eureka a two Days of Semi Nars on the topic of bonding will be offered for parents child care providers and other professionals. Sponsored by four local groups including the juvenile Justice and delinquency prevention commis Sion and the Humboldt county Council on adoptable children the april 27 and april 28 workshops will feature keynote speaker Mary Lou Carson a clinical social worker who presently has a private psychotherapy practice in Napa the april 27 session runs from 9 a in to 3 30 p in and is designed for professionals in child related Fields whereas the april 28 workshop is scheduled from 9 a in to 2 30 pm and is geared for parents. The fee for the first session is $20, $15 for the second and both meetings include lunch. More information is available by calling 822 2161 Quot attachment is really trusting someone else to be there for you when you need them and finding that person a source of Comfort and Wenger gradually won her Young clients Trust and when he left some 18 months later he had begun expressing his anger verbally and reaching out to adults for affection instead of keeping his needs to himself known As attachment or bonding the process of forging intimate ties begins at birth. If it is disrupted or absent permanent emotional scars can result infants who learn that they can Trust their parents to provide their Basic physical and emotional needs enjoy a sense of Security explained Eureka therapist Bruce Silvey when very Young children Are cynically separated from a Parent a an extended period of time or the Parent is aloof the child May come to View the world As an unpredictable place. A Trust is the essential element from the very beginning through the entire development a a Silvey said the signs that something is amiss Are not always readily apparent but babies who Are not bonding with their Parent typically fail to make Eye Contact and stiffen or pull Back when cuddled a they done to seem to blend into you the Way most infants would a Silvey said. At an age when most children hide see bonding Hack of Section Oregon couple survive plunge into Smith River Crescent City two elderly Oregon residents escaped serious injury Friday afternoon when their car plunged Over a 100-foot Cliff and into the Smith River Douglas Franz 71, was southbound on Highway 199 about 9 Miles South of the Oregon Border when he lost control of his car on a curve a California Highway patrol spokesman said. The car stayed on its wheels on a 100-foot slide into the River stopping shortly after it hit the water. The water reportedly seeped in just to floor Board level. Franz and his passenger 74-year-old Eunice Franz were listed in stable condition Friday night at Sutter coast Hospital in Crescent City. The Franzes Are from Harbor victim Mill serious hike oks skateboarder still unknown Al Hek a police Are still try my to identify Quot Cindy a a 1� year old skateboarder who died Friday morning after she fell and was struck by a car i Fairway drive according to an eyewitness report the woman was Riding a skateboard Down Fairway drive about la p in thursday when she fell on the wet pavement and was hit by a car. She died two hours later at St Joseph Hospital in Eureka she was Able to Tell Rescue personnel Only her age and first name As of Friday night no cause of death had been established although police said the woman Quot Suff erect severe head and body injuries a police said the Driver of the car. 44 year old Bruce Beckmier of Eureka has not been charged with any traffic violations it is unknown whether the see Niy Back of Section embattled Csc chief resigns Reynolds quits after not getting pay raises Oakland up w. Ann Reynolds embattled Chancellor of the 20-Campus California state University system abruptly resigned Friday after the Board of trustees voted to rescind her controversial $59,000 salary hike and those of 26 of her top staff. Reynolds made her announcement at a special trustees meeting to consider the hefty pay hikes which she. Six chief administrators and systems College presidents Boa refs the got without the boards knowledge drawing Sharp criticism from state lawmakers. Reynolds head of the nation s largest Public University system for the past eight years later said she was not asked to resign Over the juror caused by disclosure of her 43 percent salary raise to $195,000 her administrators got pay hikes ranging from 17 percent to 26 percent. Csuy a Best paid professors received a 4 8 percent pay raise this year to $58, too a a in a proud of the accomplishments during my tenure Quot Reynolds subdued but speaking firmly said in Reading her statement to the Board a i be treasured working on these the Board adopted a Resolution rolling Back executive salaries to dec 31, 1989, Levels plus a Cost of living raise of 4 18 percent arrived at by taking an average of the pay increases Given the systems staff faculty and other employees Reynolds resignation is effective dec 31, 1990 she will go on leave oct i and vice Chancellor Herbert Carter will replace her in the interim. Some audience members gasped when she made her announcement. But the Board members did not appear to be surprised at a news conference Board president Marianthi Lansdale said Quot the Board takes the same responsibilities As the Chancellor. We made a the Board of trustees meeting behind closed doors last september delegated executive salary authority to its personnel committee which turned it Over to Hinsdale. Lansdale a longtime Friend set Reynolds salary hiking it from $136,000 to $195,000 this year Reynolds gave pay raises ranging from 17 percent to 26 percent a also without the full Board s know ledge at a time of Belt tightening a to her 26 staff members. Quot had we had it to do Over we probably would not have granted the pay increases. The Board is As responsible As the Chancellor a a Lansdale said also Cut were Deputy Chancellor Herbert Carter s $150,000 salary vice Chancellor pay of $145,000 and College president salaries of $130,000 asked about Reynolds resignation Lansdale said Quot it saddened me. She has done much for the University system and the advancement of women and of the la gov Leo Mccarthy a member of the Board As is gov. George Deukmejian said Quot this is a big Tough University to cover shots come from Many Reynolds also was under fire for the $98,000 she earned by sitting on four corporate boards just under $100,000 spent on six cars for Csuy a vice chancellors and $240,000 spent since july 1988 maintaining her Bel air Home where she lives rent free w. Ann Reynolds quits Over salaries by judge los Angeles up a Superior court judge Friday tentatively upheld a 112.3 percent rate hike for about 800.000 Drivers enrolled in the California automobile assigned Hisk clan in issuing her ruling Superior court judge Miriam Vogel rejected arguments that such a huge rate hike would make insurance unaffordable for thousands of Drivers insurers who run the assigned risk plan a state mandated program that includes every automobile insurer in California said they needed the rate increase to Stem losses of $2 million a Day because of artificially Low prices the increase would raise the Cost of minimum liability insurance coverage for the average Driver enrolled the plan from $695 to $1,488 a year state insurance commissioner Roxani Gillespie who rejected the increase in december is expected to Appeal the judge s ruling Gillespie adamantly opposed the rate hike and rejected an and Mist native Law judge s recommend Dakhi in favor of it arguing that the assigned risk plan was obligated to make insurance available to As Many Drivers As possible Gillespie sought to Force the governing body of insurers that controls the plan to install a two tiered system of rates that would charge one rate for those who could afford insurance but could not get it because of bad driving records anti another lower rate for Drivers unable to afford insurance on the voluntary Market but Vogel ruled that the plan was under no obligation to make insurance affordable to All Only to make coverage available for those unable to get policies usually because of bad records such As Drunken driving convictions a foot up on the world insurance Blythe up on Pilot was killed and another critically injured in the crash of two crop dusting planes officials said Friday Donald Burkdoll 68, was killed in thursday s collision Over a Field near the Junction of Highway 78 and 22nd Avenue in the town of Ripley about to Miles West of Blythe Riverside county sheriffs sgt Denver Pittman said Mark Lorance 33, was critically injured in the collision and was taken by air ambulance to us Irvine Hospital Pittman said both men were from Blyth California lottery 4new forestry methods proposed for owl areas Washington up a Washington state congresswoman has proposed that Quot new forestry a techniques for logging in Harmony with spotted owls be tested in some of the owl conservation areas recommended recently by government scientists under a plan by rep Jolene Unsoeld d was new forestry would be practice in nine of the 192 proposed habitat conservation areas a three each in Oregon Washington and Northern California a recommended april 4 by an inter Agency panel of researchers the same Experiment would be carried out on an equivalent number of federally managed forests now destined for intensive logging in the three states Unsoeld said she offered her proposal As part of a package of measures being crafted by members of the Northwest congressional Dele gallon to preserve the Region s Timber Industry As momentum builds for greater Protection of the spotted owl. The . Fish and wildlife service has proposed listing the owl As a threatened species and is expected to announce a final decision in late june. Meanwhile a panel of scientists from that Agency the . Forest service and the Bureau of land management has recommended that Federal Timber sales in the Northwest be curtailed by at least 25 percent to save the owl from extinct lion Timber Industry officials have said either action would create Stag Gering Job losses in the regi Imi some Forest service scientists have suggested the answer May lie in developing special logging methods that Are compatible with spotted owls troubled children learn bonding Eureka a a Eureka woman who was seriously injured thursday when she was struck by car was in guarded condition Friday night at general Hospital in Eureka Yang Yang 20, was hit by a car As she crossed sixth Street she reportedly suffered two broken legs Milken agrees to plea bargain new York up Michael Milken the Wall Street junk Bond King who drove the Market to dizzying Heights in the 1980s and wound up facing insider trading and racketeering charges agreed Friday to a plea bargain arrangement a source close to the Case said the specifics of the plea bargain agreement and the amount of any fines that Milken had agreed to pay were not immediately known. Earlier this week. Sources close to the Case said Milken s lawyers were pressing for a jail term of not More than five years and a $650 million Fine in Exchange for the plea killed i flirt in mid air Cru i the mad River dance group rehearsed on Friday in preparation of its Earth Day performances which begin at 2 . Today at Redwood acres in Eureka. On sunday the Blue Lake based troupe will perform at 12 30 . At Eureka Sequoia Park and at 2 30 . In Arcata s Redwood Park

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