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sought
in death
youth's nude
body dumped
The Los Angeles County
S her i f f ' s Dep ar tment
r equests inf or mation f r om
per sons who may hav e
notic ed a slightly- built 14-
year-old boy with bleached
white longlsh hair who was
sk ateboar ding on S unday,
July 17. The boy, who may
hav e been hitc hhik ing, was
later f ound dead near
Glendor a.
Russel John Goudy Jr . ,
of Hac ienda Heights, was
f ound dead at
ap p r ox i matel y 2 p. m.
Tuesday. J uly " 19, near
Glendor a M ountain Road,
2^ miles above S ier r a
M adr e Avenue.
He was the vic tim of
s e x ual assaul t and
str angulation bef or e his
nude body was dumped in
the r emote ar ea near
Glendor a, deputies said.
The blue-eyed boy, who
was 5 feet tall and weighed
90 pounds, had been known
to hitc hhike in the past and
may have been hitc hhik ing
that day , inv estigator s
say.
He was last seen at 5
p . m. on J ul y 1 7 in
H untington Beach near
l l th and M ain str eets
wear ing a blue and white
bold hor iz ontal str iped T-
shir t, light blue cor ds and
f aded b lue " House of Van"
tennis shoes.
The tr ouser s and T-shir t
we: e f ound I
1
1 miles below
the site wher e his body
w as dump ed, b ut the
RUS S EL G O U DY J R.
. . . hitc hhik ing?
s k at e b oar d he w as
c ar r y i ng has n' t b een
f ound.
It was a . br own wooden
"G & S" skateboar d with
b r ight or ange wheels and
silver c olor ed tape ar ound
( he edge.
" We' r e hop ing that
people who were out on
that weekend will stop f or
a moment and think about
suc h things as sk ateb oar d,
hi t c hhi k i n g, w hi t i s h
shoulder - length hair and
blue and while str ipes in
an ef f or t lo pr ovide us with
a lead in this case," says
one of t he homi c i de
inv estigator s.
D e p u t i e s say t hat
c onf idential calls may be
made to S gt. Donal d
G ar c ia or Dep uty R on
Abbott at the Homicide
B ur eau of the S her if f ' s
Depar tment. 974-43 41.
E v en s e e m i ngl y
insignif ic ani inf or mation
may be impor tant, b ur eau
of f ic ials say. U nk nown is
Goudy' s r oute of tr av el,
w ho he w as w i t h or
v ehic les he may hav e
r idden in.
Busing foes lose
legislature test
S ACRAM E N TO State Senate leader s handed
antibusing f or c es a setback Tuesday when they r ef er r ed
two c onstitutional amendments dealing with b using to
the Educ ation Committee. The ac tion f ollowed a f loor
debate M onday in whic h two lawmak er s implied the
measur es' author had used legislative sleight- of - hand to
pr ev ent one of the amendments f r om going to educ ation.
The upper house then voted to r ef er both amendments
to the Rules Committee, which dec ided Tuesday they
should be sent to educ ation instead of Hie J udic iar y
nows b riot's
Committee. J udic iar y is r egar ded as the mor e
c onser vative of the two panels and mor e lik ely than
E duc ation to appr ove one or both of the amendments,
whic h were intr oduced by Sen. Alan Robbins, D- Van
N uy s.
Assembly 'death' vote Aug. 11
S ACRAM E N TO The f inal vote on Gov. E dmund
Br own Jr . ' s veto of the death penalty will be taken Aug.
11 in the state Assembly, I he sponsors of the b ill said
Tu;^day. Assemblyman Alister M c AHsler , D-San Jose,
the Assembly sponsor of the bill, said he and other
backers " wer en' t quite ready this Thur sday" f or the
voie, but would lake it up in the Thur sday f loor session
next week.
PUC approves S.J. water hike
SAN FRAN CIS CO San Jose Water Wor ks was
gr anted author ity Tuesday to add a 7.6 per cent
sur char ge to its water r ates f or six months to recover
losses r esulting f r om voluntar y c onser vation pr ogr ams.
The increase appr oved by the Calif or nia Pub lic U tilities
Commission will allow the utility to recover about $1.74
million or 50 per cent of the lost r evenue.
Burning banned in most of state
S ACRAM E N TO Calif or nia suspended bur ning
per mits f r om Santa Bar bar a County to the O regon border
Tuesday because of explosive Jir e c onditions, of f ic ials
said. State For estr y Dir ector Lewis M or an had lif ted a
ban on open f ir es in f ive N or ther n Calif or nia counties at
midnight M onday , citing a c hange in the weather . But he
reimposed the ban almost immediately and extended it
lo 49 counties. Spokesman Ar t Jaseau said M or an
extended the ban Tuesday mor ning to all of the state
nor th of Ventur a and Los Angeles c ounties.
S.. Barbara disaster status asked
S ACRAM E N TO Gov. Edmund Br own Jr . asked
Pr esident Car ter Tuesday to declare Santa Bar bar a
County a disaster area so vic tims of last week' s f ir e can
r eceive aid f or tempor ar y housing and debr is r emoval.
NAACP leader rips news media
SACRAM ENTO The new head of the N AACP had a
f ew kind words Tuesday f or Pr esident Car ter and some
har sh c r itic ism f or the news media. I n his second day on
the job as the civil r ights or ganiz ation' s exec utive
secretary, Benj amin Hooks said Car ter had a " mixed
bag" record that inc luded some accomplishments f or
blacks. But he accused the media of distor ting both the
image of blacks and a fellow c iv il r ights leader ' s
c r itic ism of the Car ter administr ation. "The totality of
blac k lif e is simply not cover ed, " he said, war ning of
licensing c hallenges to television and r adio stations that
the N AACP f elt did not f air ly portray blac ks.
Liquor license rules tightened
S ACRAM E N TO New rules aimed at mak ing it
tougher to get liquor licenses in high- c r ime ar eas wer e
announced Tuesday by the state Alcoholic Beverage
Contr ol Depar tment. The r ules, whic h will take ef f ec t
Aug. 3 1, af f ec t ar eas with a 20 per cent gr eater number of
crimes than the aver age c r ime r ate r epor ted by all
distr ic ts. U nder the r ules, It will be har der . to get liquor
licenses in these areas if many liquor stores alr eady
exist.
Border Patro,l sets arrest mark
SAN DIEGO - Calif or nia' s f ive U.S. Border Patr ol
stations, bolstered by 100 extr a agents and new inf r a-r ed
equipment, appr ehended a record number of illegal
aliens in July, agents said Tuesday. "The question is are
mor e people enter ing or ar e we appr ehending mor e who
do enler?" said Asst. Chief Patr ol Agent Bob M c Cor d.
McCord said the f ive 100-rnan stations netted 3 4,778
illegals c r ossing f r om M exico in J uly , compared with
. J uly 1976. He added that 3 9, 0 0 0 wer e
_ed in June, when the 100 extr a men wer e f ir st
E-Trpm^.border stations along the Canadian
frSm Texas, c ompar ed with about 30,000 the
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Political
panel to
be sued
[ No M endelsohn
violation seen
SACRAM ENTO ( AP) -
A 1 8 7 4 c am p ai gn
c ommittee ( or Rob er t
M endelsohn, P r esident
Car t er ' s p i c k to b e
assi st ant I nt er i or
sec r etar y, will be sued by
a state agenc y, of f ic ials
said Tuesday.
M endelsohn, a 3 9-year-
ol d S an F r anc i s c o
super v isor , pr onounc ed
l i i msel f " c omp letely
vindic ated" by the stale
Fair Political Practices
Commission' s announc e-
ment of Its I ntentions.
The commission said In
a cover statement to Its
letter to U.S. Sen. Henr y
J ac k son, D- Wash. , that
" ther e is no evidence to
suppor t c har ges against
R ob er t M endel s ohn
per sonally."
B ut, the tex t of the letter
added, " the commission
does not intend to clear or
ac c use M endelsohn" by
the statements in the
letter .
Jac kson is c hair man of
the S enate Ener gy and
N a t u r a l R e s our c e s
Committee, whic h has
b een hol di ng up i t s
dec ision on M endelsohn' s
ap p oi nt m ent p endi ng
out c om e of t he
c ommission' s pr obe.
The slate agency also
said another suit would be
f iled in the next f ew sveeks
and w oul d nam e an
uni dent i f i ed c ontr ib utor
who the commission said
f ai l e d to di sc l ose a
c ampaign c ontr ib ution.
M endelsohn, a f or mer
legislativ e aide who in the
lasl thr ee year s r aised
hundr eds of thousands of
dollar s f or unsuc c essf ul
bids f or state contr oller
and the state Senate, said:
" When a c andidate is
r unning ar ound the state,
he has to r ely on staf f wor k
on t he a p p r op r i a t e
r epor ting of c ontr ib utions.
I was r unning ar ound the
stale" dur i ng the 1 974
. D em oc r at i c p r i m ar y
c am p ai gn f or st at e
c ontr ol l er , M endelsohn
said.
He said he was c er tain
the M endelsohn Contr oller
Commi t t ee w oul d b e
c lear ed of any char ges of
negligenc e and expr essed
hop e any of hi s
c iir ilr iti' iilor s named in .a
suil would be cleared also.
Since the inv estigation
began over two months
ago, M endel sohn has
v i gor ousl y denied all
allegations that he was
involved in any c ampaign
c ontr ib ution launder ing.
^Dramatic" gas
conservation
in SoCal told
N UM BE RS GAM E David M er ager of Pasadena keypunches a computer pr ogr am
dur ing a summer explor ation entitled " Computer Science" at the 5th annual Summer
Y outh Pr ogr am at M ic higan Technological Univer sity in Houghton, M ic h. David, a
seventh gr ader f r om M ar shall - Fundamental School, joined appr oximately 1.250
students f r om 22 stales and Canada in the f our - week tec hnic al, outdoor and ar tistic
pr ogr am.
$400-million spending
cut need told lawmakers
S A CR A M E N T O ( A P > - S t at e
legislator s wer e told Tuesday they would
hav e to mak e c uts in pr oper ty tax r elief
and school f inanc e proposals $400
million in f iv e year s, by one estimate.
They wer e giv en only two other
al t er nat i v es, b oth unat t r ac t i v e:
r educ tions in state pr ogr ams, mostly
health and welf ar e benef its f or the poor,
or a lax inc r ease.
Legislative Analy st A. Alan Post and
Gov . E dmund B r own J r . ' s f inanc e
dir ec tor , Roy Bell, agr eed that the
pr oper tylax- sc hoolf inanc e pac k age would
have to be cut or the state would r un out of
money within several year s.
N either man said how much of a cut
was needed. The amount of r educ tion
would depend on how f ast other state
pr ogr ams and r evenues grow and on
whic h v er sions of I he - b ills ar e b eing
discussed.
But' ac c or ding to f igur es pr ovided by
Post and Bell, a def ic it would occur under
a pac kage backed by the Democratic
gover nor by 1980-81, when it would be $225
million.
Thai f igur e would inc r ease lo 5404
million the nex t year and dr op to $120
million the f ollowing year .
Post indic ated the likely def ic it would
be much higher , however . He said the
f i gur es q uoted w er e b ased on an
unr ealistic assumption that over all state
spending c ould be held lo 10 per cent
gr owth a year . I t has aver aged 19 per cent
over the last f iv e years.
Bell said M onday the administr ation
was pr oposing to limit state spending to 8
per cent gr owth a year , a f igur e Post
called even mor e unr ealistic .
U ut Bell agr eed that the pr oper ty tax -
school f inanc e pac k age needed lo be cut.
He didn' t say how - muc h of a c ut was
needed, and said the ar eas of r educ tion
wer e up to ( he legislatur e, at least f or the
moment.
Two c onf er enc e c ommittees, , eac h
made up of thr ee member s f r om each
house, ar e c onsider ing r iv al multib illlon-
dollar pr oposals f or homeowner - r enter
r elief and school f inanc e r ef or m that
c ould deter mine state spending patter ns
f or year s to come.
Br own is b ac k ing a pr oper ty tax
proposal that would spend about $4.5
b illion over f ive year s and a school
f inanc e measur e of about $5 billion.
R iv al measur es on pr oper ty taxes
would spend mor e money , pr imar ily f or
low- inc ome persons, and inc lude some tax
r ef or m plans. The c ompeting school
f inanc e pr oposal would be less ex pensiv e
by deleting some r ef or m pr ogr ams Br own
f avor s.
Post r ec ommended r er tuc itig the
proposed pr oper ty tax r elief , which would
lake I he f or m of r eb ate c hec ks mailed to
homeowner s and r enter s.
' I think pr oper ty tax r elief goes the
wr ong way , " the legislatur e' s " v eter an
f isc al adv iser told r epor ter s. " I nstead, we
should be tak ing p r ogr ams of f the
pr oper ty tax base and pay f or them at the
state level. " '
Some of the pr oper ly tax r elief money .
Post said, should be shif ted to the school
f inanc e bill to r educe f unding inequities
among school distr ic ts, as r equir ed by the
slate Supr eme Cour t' s Ser r ano decision.
But pr essur e f or pr oper ty tax r elief is
expec ted to pr eser ve some f or m of dir ec t
stale subsidies lo homeowner s in ( he bill
that Br own ev entually signs.
S outher n Cal i f or ni a
r esidential. I ndustr ial and
c ommnc r c ial ener gy user s
saved 16.6 b illion cubic
f eet of ' natur al gas last
y ear t hr ough ener gy
c onser v ation measur es, it
was announc ed Tuesday in
Los Angeles.
This f epr esents enough
gas to f uel 156,600 average
homes in Los Angeles
County f or one year.
The huge natur al gas
savings was announced by
Pat S hea, vice pr esident of
c onsumer ser vic es f or
Souther n Calif or nia Gas
Co. . dur ing an ener gy
c onser vation wor kshop f or
small business owners at
the c onv ention c enter .
S he c alled the pub lic
response to the need for
ener gy c ons er v at i on
" dr amatic . "
" O v er the past f ew
year s, we have initiated
and c ar r i ed out an
aggr essive and successf ul
v ol untar y c onser v ation
pr ogr am that has resulted
in a substantial r educ tion
of gas usage, " he said.
The pr ogr am, which is
designed to motiv ate and
help c ustomer s ac hiev e
max imum conser vation of
natur al gas, is called the
Duc k s dec line
WAS HI N GTO N ( A P ) -
S ub stantially f ewer duc k s
ar c expec ted to migr ate
south this autumn, b ut
goose populations remain
f air ly high, the U.S. Fish
and Wildlif e Ser vice said
Tuesday. The population
dec line f or duc ts was
attr ib uted to widespr ead
dr ought.
" v oluntar y load r educ tion
plan" and Is aimed. at all
m ar k p t segments
r esidential, c ommer c ial
and I ndustr ial.
. Shea said, however ; that
" w hi l e ' ener gy
c ons er v at i on is an
Impor tant step to take, it is
only par t of the answer..
" Liquef ied N atur al Gas
( L N G ) r epr esents the
q ui c k es t w ay f or
Calif or nia to get major
new supplies and help
pr otec t our ec onomic
f utur e. "
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AT T R ADER J O E' S
Znmhr o V al l ey A ged
Cheddar Cheese beat all
other c heddar c heese
c ompetitor s at the 1976
M innesota S tate ' Fair .
N eedless to say, this
c heese is ex c ellent it' s
c r eamy , and f ul l of
f lav or , with none of the
b i t t e r ne s s w hi c h i s
sometimes f ound in aged
c heddar . P ur c hase this
noble c heese at Tr ader
Joe's for only $1.89 per
pound; save another lO Co
if you buy n half - b loc k
( ab out 20 pounds) .
We accept Bank Amer i-
c nr d and M aster Charge.
TRADER JO E, O pen 7 UK -M idnight
Trader Joe' s M ar k et, 610
S . A r r oy o P ar k w ay ,
Pasadena; 156C Color ado
in Eagle Rock; 701 S.
Atlantic , A lhamb r a.
Regenc y
Mou.b
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23 N . C atalinci Ave., Pasadena 440- 1422
Brown plan would put
tight lid on programs
S ACRAM EN TO ^A P ) - Gov. Edmund
Br own Jr . has issued a tentativ e spending
plan f or the next six year s that would
c lamp a tight lid on state pr ogr ams. '
Br own' s f inanc e dir ec tqr . Roy Bell,
r epor ted to the legislatur e this week that
Ihe Democ r atic gover nor was suggesting
aver age gr owth in c ur r ent slate pr ogr ams
of 8 per cent a y ear in gener al f und
spending f r om 1377-78 thr ough 1982-83.
T hat inc l udes only $200 million
additional each year f or expanded or new
pr ogr ams.
The plan would c ar r y the state to the
end of Br own' s second f our - y ear ter m, if
he is r e- elec ted nex t y ear .
The pr oposed spending lid, Bell said,
would leav e the max imum amount
av ailab le f or pr oper ty tax r elief and
school f inanc e r ef or m, which would not be
inc luded in Ihe 8 per c ent f igur e. He said it
would also allow a " prudent" sur plus
equal to 3 per c ent of r evenues each year .
K r om 1970-71 thr ough 1975-76, state
general f und spending aver aged mor e
than a 19 per cent incr ease, a f igur e
swelled hy a r ise of near ly 3 0 per c ent in
1973 -74, when the state launched a maj or
new pr oper ty tax r elief pr ogr am.
This year ' s over all spending inc r ease is
estimated at 14 per c ent.
L egislativ e A nal y st A . ' A l an Post
c r itic iz ed B r own' s pr oj ec tions, and
singled out Bell' s estimate that ( he stale
c ould limit the gr owth in health and
welf ar e spending lo less than 9 per c ent a
year .
Spending has gr own hy an aver age of 19
per c ent in health and 15 per cent in
welf ar e over the last f iv e year s, and
Brown has no pr ogr ams that c an be
expec ted lo slow that growth' . Post said.
Bell c onc eded that a limit on health
spending was dependent in par t on
legislativ e appr oval of a Br own- bac ked
pr oposal f or Ihe slate to r egulate hospital
r ales.
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